The Ocala evening star


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The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title:
Evening star
Physical Description:
v. : ; 61 cm.
Porter & Harding
Place of Publication:
Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
Publication Date:
daily (except sunday)
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Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )


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

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Vol. I. No. 152.
Price Five Cents



To a member of a citr coun council
cil council is an honor not to be despised.
It is not altogether a matter of
business; but questions come be before
fore before these municipal bodies affect affecting
ing affecting the moral welfare of whole
communities. Hence, in electing
aldermen, we should see to it that
they are men who will at least re
frain from breaking the ten com
mandments. Members of a city
council are held up before our
boys and young men as models;
they are called "city fathers;" and
it is highly important that they
should be men of good moral char character.
acter. character. It would be doubly hard for
a mother to teach her boy that it is
wrong to swear, visit saloons, and
go fishing on Sunday, provided
that boy should be brought into
daily contact with a grave, digni dignified
fied dignified "city father" who does such
things with impunity. Let us help
these Christian mothers to train
their boys for high and useful posi positions
tions positions both in church and state.
Who knows but that some
mother's boy, now walking the.
streets of Ocala in short pants,
will some day be in charge of the
ship of state, or be called to fil!
some great metropolitan pulpit?
The hope of the country is in
the boys, and while they are young
and tender, let us set good exam examples
ples examples before them. Let us all re remember
member remember the b ys when we cast
our vots next Tuesday.

Col. J. J. Hickman of Missouri,
past right woi-thy grand temp'ar j

of the Independent Order of Good
Templars of the world, will lecture
in Witness hall this evening at
7:30 o'clock. Col. Hickman is an
exceedingly able and interesting
speaker and none who hear him
will have cause for regret. He is
well and favorably known to many
of our citizens and we bespeak for
him a bier house. Let everybody
come. Admission free.



Additional Locals,

Gilmore Johns, who runs a pop
corn and peanut stand on the Gary
corner, was injured yesterday by
the explcs on of his gaboline stove.
If you want a first class turnout,
either saddle horse, buggy or car
riage, at reasonable prices, call at
E. B. Richardson's stables, and he
will accommodate you.
M. M. Leigh, wife and daughter,
who have been spending the sum summer
mer summer in the north, returned to ihe
city yesterday evening, and regis registered
tered registered at the Montezuma

For Sale. A first class hrse

The ladies of St. Margaret's 1 an3 buggy The horse is a spUni





Gleaning, Repairing and Engraving.

vJEii a. Guaranteed First-Class Work.

North Side Square, Ocala, Fla.
Fred QoBo Welhe.


Guild are to give a Christmas Mar Market
ket Market in the old armory on the 17th.

Those wishing hot drinks can have j

them and those cold ones can be
satisfied too. In fact, everything
nice to eat and drink is to be
served, with the prettiest young
ladies in the city to wait oh you.


This society met in the Witness
hall last night, and despite the fact
that a dance was going on next

did buggy horse. Can be had

cheap for cash by .applying at the
custom house.
J. A, Rowell, the popular mer merchant,
chant, merchant, presented the R'A-s
with two dozen pairs of nu: wbt.--gloves
last night. The bvy wish
to say that the gift was verv ac acceptable
ceptable acceptable and highly appreciated
For Rent. A ten-room' house
Hot and cold bath, two blocks
from square. Apply to H G Hay
craft Ht city ticket office of Plant

It is-cold

verv cold for Florida

door, practiced until a late hour, j but it is net likely thai: the or or-furnishing
furnishing or-furnishing some rare sweet music, ange sprouts are injured more than
which floated far out on the frosty (to the extent of dropping then
air. Some important business was j leaves, which is rather a brntfit.s.
transacted. jit prevents the sprours from ro'.v
ing so high and slender.



About eighteen of the Rifles, in
blue fatigue uniforms, participated
in the prize drill last night for the
Davidson medal. The squad was
put through the manual of arms
for thirty minutes by Capt. David Davidson.
son. Davidson. The entire squad deserved
great credit, but Sam Ditto was
given the medal by the judges,
Walter Lancaster and Sam Bird
sey, as the best in the company.
A crowd of ladies and gentle gentlemen
men gentlemen met to witness the exercises.
After the practice was finished,
about twenty young couples had 3
very nice impromptu dance until
The night being cool, it was very
pleasant to go through the mazy

dance to the time of Chas. ?lillers
exquisite music.

Carpenters have begun to make
the booths for the coming election.
One of these booths is to be erect erected
ed erected in each ward.
The manner of voting this year
is new to most of our citizens, and
great care must be exercised,
otherwise many votes may be lost.

16,50.37 paid to 44 member. member.-by
by member.-by the National Protective Lrgio
on Oct. 16, 1895. The.; o-upon.-having
matured f r tbr first fiv
years period, They Won Wmiir
An Eve lyns? of Living P -This
beautiful ard unique -tainmenr,
the librrv b n-fi 1 1-be
be 1-be given in th- armory Tn--Yi

the 10th jsi.vf. Ev-..-r.


INTELLIGENCE OFFICE. hody itlvittd- Admission 25 cents.

This has long been needed by 1
the white ladies and gentlemen of

this city. But now we can save
them many hours of hunting ser servants
vants servants or workmen of every kind
by applying at this office Also
phosphate or railroad men who
need hands by coming or writing
to the New York Steam Dye
Works, Ocala, Fla. P. O. Box



Plant System Rates to Atlanta
Decembtr 10

Postoffice Drug Store,

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

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- Sobanson Bros,, loprictors.'
Work for Transient Customers Finished Same
Day Received.
Special Prices to Families.


pCarpct cleaning- and lace curtains a
Telephone No- 12.
Ocala, Florida.



The first cases before the mayor
for over three weeks were up this
These gentlemen of color, who so
ruthlessly threw the city from its
pinnacle of morality, were Berry
Smith and Willie Gaskins, two of
Mr. Stafford's section hands, who
pounded each other this morning
in front of the Witness building.
No blood was shed, but some
bruises are carried.
His honor fined them $i and
cost each.

On Dec 10 tin: Plant System
will sell tickets t: Atlanta and re return
turn return for $8.05 good until Dec. 15
If you are going to Atlrirn or n

j other point and want thequicke s

land best route, don t fail to cil! o
j or write to C. F. Faires. city tick t
I agent, Ocala house, or F. J. Huber,
j ticket agent, passenger depot.


i fiorib Magnolia St., Mortli of F. C. & P. Depot, OCAIA, FLA.

Has been thoroughly remodeled nnd refurnished throughout
Eeautif ul airy rooms and best table board to bo had in tho
city for ill money.

You can make twelve elegant

Xmas presents to twelve of your
relatives and best friends bv st-i Cheap Rates via PUnt -System
tins" NOW for a dozen of Gott- j to the Cotton States and Inter
lieb's unexcelled photographs. j national Exposition. For thr
Studio opposite Montezuma. j above occasion th: Plant System
j will sell round trip tickets to At

; lanta as follows: Round trip to At At-jlanta
jlanta At-jlanta on sale daily for $18.55, fd

Dr. Aired fell in his

office sev-

1 1

erai aays ago Dy a cnair overturn-, until Tanuarv 7. iSofv on sale Hailv

J j t S t j

lates $1.00 per Day.

Special Rates by. tae Weei.

rllsrh Grade1 Goods


ing while he was in the act of
winding his office clock, and broke

$13 60, good twentv days from

date 01 sale; on sale i ursdays and

Wouid you sell both near and far?
Advertise in the Evening Star.

his wrist very badly. The injured Thursdays $9-90, good ten days

member is getting on pretty well, 11 r"V ,,qT"
. fc , V. 1 7 est time to Atlanta and all other
but the doctor suffers a great deal Foints caH on c F Faires, city
with it, as it pains him incessantly, ticket agent, Ocala House, or F. J,

Tk t. f 4, Huber, ticket agent, Florid,
The ninth annual meeting of the Soutern depot.

tion will be held in Secretary
Scott's office Thursday night. The
annual report will be received and
officers elected and stockholders of
series A will be paid. This com company
pany company has the best showing of sny
in the state.

The Covenant Building ard
Loan association will pay you 8 per
cent for the use of your money, rr
loan you theirs at 6 per cent.
Which do you prefer ? M. M.
Little will explain to you.

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



Having just received a full line of the
latest styles of fall millinery we are now
ready to please the ladies. All we ask is
for you to call and see us.
Thanking you for pafet favors I am
Kindly yours,
Mrs. C. A. Brown.

Temperance Column.
By the Ocala Temperance Reform Club.

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Rev. J. P. Hifburn and Isaac Stevens, Editors

The Club meets every Sunday afternoon at 3-3
o'clock in Temper tnce Hall, ine public
are invited.

If it were not for drunmness
there wou'd be no crirtie in Irel nd
at all. As it is there is no crime
which does not arise out of that
evil," says Archbishop Croke of
that country.
The state agricultural .society of
Wisconsin has an appropriation of
$3000 from the state on condition
that intoxicants shall not be sold
on the ground. The brewers have
offered $6co to the society to de decline
cline decline the stage's appropriation ar d
grant them the privilege of selling
Mr. Gul y, a great lawyer and
the new speaker of the house of
commons, states that although he
has always benri very abstemious,
ince becoming speaker he has
never tasted intoxicating hquir,
and finds that total abstinence has
done him much good. All he
drinks is a glass of Apollinaris
water at lunch.
Three converted African chiefs
who Tvct-nt'y visited London were
asked atuSut the effects f the
liquor traffic. One replied: 4 am
glad yo i ask me about the drink,
for I call it destruction. It is the
destruction of mv people. Tey
lose their good standing and food
and sp ech because of it. The
white man's drink is a worse foe
to my ropie than the w.-apons of
Lobenira." Another aid: 'Eng

lish liquor maddens; ic destroys

even our little children'. AH kinds

of evil coirie out of the beer-pot.

I have- put u down."

Qcala House Barber Shop

Barbers' Supplies tor Sale.
Cosmetics, Bnlhantine, Colognts,
Bay Rum, Combs, Tomes, Razors
and Fixtures will be sold cheap
for cash.
Hair Cutting, Slaving. Sham Shampooing,
pooing, Shampooing, and Demg. art done with
nratnr-ss and dispatch, and in the
prevailing fashions.
C. V. McCoy, Prop.


Furnished rooms and lodging for
ladies and gentieou-n on Exposi Exposition
tion Exposition street, two blocks west oi
court house.

tail ia

M sm m m m P t$ m m H m fel M $m

We are doing work to suit the
hard times. Cheapest place in
town for
Cleaning and Repairing
clothes. Office in old express of office.
fice. office. New York Steam Dye



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Dress Making and General Sewing.
All Cuttlns. Se,vin2 and Fitting done in the Latest Style. at the Lowest Prices and
on short notice.

Rooms Upstairs, TMorth Side Square Ocala, Pla.














New Fall millinery

IVCrs. D. 1XL Hick:

is carrvinc a beautiful line of Pattern Hats and Everything.

New am

Call and examine goods and get prices.

Just Received
Another CarU ad of Rough Lumber, which gives us a
complete Yard Assortment, which, with our full supply of
Moulding, Flooring, Ceiling, Siding:, etc., etc., gives us an
assortment of Building and Furnishing Lumber second
to none in Central Florida
A call for inspection and prices will convince you that
it is for y'iir interest to buy.
North of F. C. & P Depot. K. E. Converse, Manager.




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Steamer Astatula will commence

to run Tu esdav. Nov. 26, making

one trip a week, leaving Silver

Snrinrrs n:o a.m. tor raiatKa.

The ma who i as s much busi- uv annlvinsr to C. F. baires,

1 j lis

ness thM be cant find time to city ticket agent riant system,

rnri the Stau must have been ad- Ocala Mouse.

vertising in the Star.

What we have to say

South and North

American Lloyd's F;re Insurance,

New York.

b:stabhshed in 1875. 'Twenty

years of fair dealing. Not a suit

pending against tnem iorunaajust-

ed losses. Katea I Dy kj.

Dun & Co. Service upon State

Agent of Florida binds under-

James Ohace,


Office over First National Bank



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

Physician & Surgeon.

writers. Reserve for protection of Diseases of Women and Children

policy holders. w-aitn 01 tne a specialty.

Underwnters,S)9 ooy.uuu ridsuum- ai: tti-i
nlied with state laws and author- Office opposite Arlington Hotel

ized to transact business. $1,-000, nnln "Flo

OO Hl!uranCi in Jorce 111 rr;iiua
vvhvf rnnfinn- to nv exorbitant

high rates when you can get them James H. Hill,
for less? .

Aprnt Ocala and Mnn.Co.

Office at Burnett's Jew.-lry Store

Cheap Rates to Atlanta tor
Tenrhersand Pupils of All Schools

via Plant System. Upon written j
application of the principal the
Plant System will sell tickets ot j
25 or more on one ticket, covermj: I
teachers and pupils of one school, j
for $8.05 each for the round trip, ;
giving ten days limir. For indi individual
vidual individual tickets, $9 9o round trip,!
giving ten days limit. If you iv e
going to Atlanta or any oher
point, don't fail to see or write to
C. F. Eiires, city ticket aent,
Ocala House, or F. J. Huber,
Florida Southern depot.



and Embroidery,

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

A Noted Specialist.





Prepared by Education, Developed
by Experience and Rewarded
by Success.

Dealer in

Will Visit Ocala Regularly.

Attorney at Law.

County Judge's office in Court


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J. w.



City Market,
Dealer in all kinds of
Florida and Western




Stall No. 11. City Market.

Fresh water varieties Bream and


Salt water varieties constantly on

Country Produce,

eggs ana nouitry,
Bought and Sold.

Alsn a full line of fresh meat, sau-

c 1 rrf CI If fish and nntside ovsters

Q Oagb) WUSV
Brine: in your Produce and try my always in stock, very cheap for

3 fS Ci



Vegetables and Fish.

Dr. W. T. S. Vin Vincent,
cent, Vincent, founder of the
Medical Institutes
vhi h ber h s nam-,
originat r of the best
len wn and most ad advanced
vanced advanced system of
treatment for Chronic
Pise ses, is a medical
s;ecialit of ac-nowl-e
ge surcess, who h?s

7 v! ierutati-n Ijec-mve of j

'7 ,r '.;:r i; years 01 exi eririicts
"''..';':!' onH n larire and con-

. ' ctant ;tifrial ractice: :

associated with et ei v I
term of chr ic (lis- ;
hchasthns'-pa hd

decree ot perfection and ability in the disno-is
nd treatment ot this cbss f attections which!
enibWhimtoloci-e diM5-s of th most o v
sc r-. d-fficult and obs inate clrtnct-r, -nd de-
cile whether curable or not, in almost every in instance.
stance. instance. v-DV METHODS OK TREATMENT
disrovered by him, thro gh ori-inal investigation j
ext-nvive re-ear h, anl c ireful ex .en men h -,
nlpc-linhis han is inf-tllnble tern die ;
fo' th- cure of m ny of ou- most us-ero-is
chromic li senses. Dr. Vin -nt ha-; on hl i rob?.-
blv 't loneer list of testimonials rf cues tri m n v
oth-rsD-ciilist.nthe tte. Mr- is p a u ularH
ell known througho t the Unitei btnte and;
Canada as thf-or ginator of
THE 1 M P E K I A L R U PT U E C U I-t E.
This an 1 tre-imit is s.v, s'-e-Iv, pninles
and pe-m ment, o oner tion, n cuttm no de-;
ten-ion fr..m basit s no c ire. no pav.
Sufferers re requests l o r-fe to Jacksonvil e
caper f r testim inUls of cure. m
I)r. Vincent h-is deci 1 i to visit cali every
fou't-endiys u m the e-tr. Consult him at
the Ocala Hous from iumtoS p m,
Monday, December 2, 1895.
Rooms ctrictly Pri ate. All rumble cases of
Cat.-rh, Nose, Th'oat, and T-un? Uiseis-s. fc.e
i rr. ctmioV. T ivpr and Kidnevs. Liravel,

Kheumitism. alvsis, NeuralgM, Nervous nd
Heart Diseases, Blool-nd -m Diseases Con Con-sumrtionia
sumrtionia Con-sumrtionia early siasres. Diseases f LUdder
and Female Organs. Sexual W eakness a-d pri private
vate private diseases skillfully treated. We undertake
no incurrble cases, but cure thousands siven up
to die.
Consultation free and Confidential.
Headquarters 317 Main St., Jacksonville, Fla.

General Merchandise.
Keeps on hand a full line of Choice Family Groceries and Country
Produce. Groceries are new and fresh. Also a Good Line of DRY
GOODS and NOTIONS and Prices to suit the times. 1-uller &
Clark's old stand, Exposition Street.



Rates $2.00 to $2.50 PerDay.
Open the Year Round.

peciai Races oy


Free Sample Rooms.


ljoous. casn.



LIGHT OF the would

Xhcs -J;:ht c r Christian Is a Light I'm.
riiv'il I'r'j.'.i Ciirjt A Sorruon by the
llcv. J. li. Hr.v. l!:or::? In the First Ilap-
T;:;;x. -I xh: Jiht of the world. .Tulm
viii, !.:.
The economy cf the Jewa
wan -jir:':r .':c: from beginnm;? t ') end.
Ev( ry cr;:.; of thin;.;.; .Taper natural
or r'iiv.:;c v,;:.s r'::prcK;cd by FGUiothilig
material ;:.i.-4 visible. Ivorvth:-; in in-cliidv
cliidv in-cliidv :i in the fnrnitnro or eqnipir.eut of
the KmpJo ;;ni syiuioue w:.:; symbolic.
Jc:m.'i i ;; ;:: th'i vords oi our lir.-it text
while he va:; yAuiuYmz in what was
known a ih-- tici.sury hall of the tem temple.
ple. temple. 11.- : v( if; ;he chest.1; into which
the ir'(joe dropped their money for the
KUpport of their public worship. In the
center of this hall stood two enormous
candlesticks with many massive and
elaborately ornamented branches. Thef-e
freat lamps were lighted at sundown,
and through all the night their exceed exceeding
ing exceeding brilliancy illuminated the wholo
city. These lights, like the ancient pil pillar
lar pillar of fire and the luminous shekinah
that hovered over tho mercy seat, were
reminders and tokens of the presence of
God. In tho early morning, on the last
day of tho great feast of the Jews,
Christ stood beneath those huge candle candlesticks,
sticks, candlesticks, and as the lights upon them were
waning and expiring he exclaimed, "I
am the light of the world."
Tho Sun of i:iglitcousnes.
There wi's another and a grander
object at that early morning hour which
rendered these words more peculiarly
appropriate and impressive. That object
was tho rising r.r.n. lean seo the Master
in imagination as he stood there, point pointing
ing pointing tho people to the flickering, dying
light of thoso great temple lamps, and
next to tho rising orb of day, and then
pointing to himself a: i .saying: "I am
tho light of the world. He that follow followed)
ed) followed) me shall not walk in darkness, hut
shall have the light of life." The old
prophets of Israel foresaw Christ and
the magnificent results which should
follow his coming iiito the world, and
they call'"! him "tho run of right eour -lib;'."
How jn:;tiy and apypr opr ia i ely
he named himself "Li:;;ht !" What light;
is to the material world he is to tho
movaJ universe.
But in what sense and to what extent
is ho the light of tho world? Is he sim simply
ply simply a teacher of men? Is his mission
limited to tho removal of human igno ignorance?
rance? ignorance? I find it no easy task to be as pa patient
tient patient as I ought to be with the shallow shallowness
ness shallowness and blindness of men who think
and speak of Christ as only a great ped pedagogue,
agogue, pedagogue, making men better by simply
making them wiser. This view is not a
denial of his real character and mission,
but it is fatal to tho spiritual welfare
of those who arc weak and foolish enough
to cherish it. In such a conception of
him tho actual necessities of redemption
are ignored. It is a conception based on
tho unwarranted assumption that human
mi is not a very serious matter ; that
it is Vorn solely of ignorance and is
lodged only in tho intellect, and that
ho easy and certain cure for it is educa education.
tion. education. Such a theory of sin cannot stand tho
light of history, and therefore any con conception
ception conception of Christ based upon it is radi
cally false. Thousands of the most in intellectual
tellectual intellectual and learned men of the past
wero as much distinguished for their
wickedness as for their wisdom. Their
minds were luminous with kuowledgo
while their hearts wero flowing foun fountains
tains fountains of iniquity. Kuowledgo alone can cannot
not cannot mako us better men. Knowledge is
as often an instrument of evil as an in instrument
strument instrument of good. Benedict Arnold was
not less intelligent than George Wash Washington,
ington, Washington, but one betrayed his country
and tho other saved it. Robert Iugersoll
is as well informed in sonic departments
of learning as William E. Gladit vac,
but in character there is an immeasure immeasure-abla
abla immeasure-abla distance between them.
Wo all know that knowledge and
righteousness are not convertible terms.
We have somo men in our legislative
halls whose uncleanness is as profound
as their statesmanship. They can engi engineer
neer engineer a gambler's scheme as successfully
as they can work a bill through con con-gie
gie con-gie There are bank cashiers who have
shown themselves wise enough to en enlighten
lighten enlighten a nation upon any of its finan financial
cial financial problems and baso enough to em embezzle
bezzle embezzle every dollar committed to their
keeping, trome of tho ablest expounders
cf moral law have openly and shameful shamefully
ly shamefully violated almost every principle of tho
decalogue. The blackest villainies in
tho world's history were planned by
men who had received diplomas from
colleges and universities. Sin is a very
serious matter. It goes deeper than in intellect.
tellect. intellect. It is a loathsomo disease that that-covers
covers that-covers man's whole moral being. It is
inherent depravity. It is a natural pi pi-mity
mity pi-mity toward God and his righteousness.
It is willful, positive rebellion against
the Almighty. Sin means guilt, and
guilt means divine condemnation, and
divine condemnation means wrath and
separation from God.

This being man's condition, ho need;!
! more than an instructor in the path cf
duty. Ho needs a deliver rom the con condemnation
demnation condemnation and destroying power of sin.
He needs a savior who has in himself

transforming and creating power. Ir
other words, he needs God. He needs
the same divine Being who made him
and breathed into him the breath of life.
Christ answers this need when he say.c,
"I am the light of tho world. In this
declaration ha asserts his divinity or hi
Oneness w'th God.
Lijjjht and Salvation.
Now when Christ says, "I am tho
light of the world," he declares his ab absolute
solute absolute oneness with God. It is substac,
tially what he had previously said to
Philip, "He that hath seen mehathseei
the Father." Christ was God manifest;
in tiu! flesh. "The word was with God
and the word was God, and the won!
was made flesh and dwelt among us.;'
Though he has passed into the spirit
;vorld and is no longer uncernibie by
our mortal Reuses, he is still, the God
man, one in being and sympathy with
God and one in nature and sympathy
with man. In tho person and life of this
divine man is the light cf the world, and
nothing but personal contact with the
personal life of this divine Being can
emancipate man from sin and satanic
power and lift him into sympathy and
fellowship with God.
Salvation is to know God. It is not
to know something about him, but to
know him. I can learn something about
God from his creative works. "The
heavens declare his glory." But I can
know all that tho eartli and heavens
reveal of his wisdom and power without
knowing him. Man can know God only
through the mediation of the God man.
"No man knoweth tho Father but tho
Son and he to whom the Son will re reveal
veal reveal him." What men need most is tho
knowledge of God. This knowledge will
not only make them wise unto salvation
and fit them for 'heaven, but it will de develop
velop develop in them godlike virtues and pre prepare
pare prepare them to make the most of tho pres present
ent present life and the present world. This
knowledge can be gained only by per personal
sonal personal contact and intercourse with the
man Christ Jesus.
But what will yon do with civ: second
text: 'Ye are the light of the world."
The same being who says, "I .am the
light of tho world, declarer, that his
followers are the light vi the world.
Paul, in writing to Christians at Fhi Fhi-lippi,
lippi, Fhi-lippi, says, "In the midst of a- crooked
and perverse generation among whom
yo shine as lights in tho world." There
is no contradiction here. Both doc doctrines
trines doctrines are (rue. Christ is the light of
the world, and his pooplo are the light
of tho world.
Ilcilectetl X.islit.
The light of tho Christian is a light
derived from Christ. Christ, the sun of
righteousness, shines into him, and ho
shines upon the world. In other words,
Christ works through those whom ho
has enlightened and redeemed to bring
lost men to a saving knowledge of his
truth. Christians are witnesses for
Christ. They show tho world by their
own redeemed lives that Christ is a de deliverer
liverer deliverer from sin. They demonstrate by
their own conduct that a union with
him by faith transforms human nature,
changes the currents of its thoughts,
affections and aspirations and makes it
in every way richer, nobler and diviner.
They reveal Christ as Christ reveals
God. They reproduce his virtues. Men
take knowledge of them that they have
been with Jesus and learned of him.
They see the character of Christ in the
characters of his people. They are drawn
to Christ by tho attractive power of his
Having this light of life, Christians
are required by their divino Master to
let it shine before men. Br. Broadus
says that tho meaning of this is that wo.
must show our Christian virtues in the
presence of men. When wo are isolated
from tho world and its temptations, it is
comparatively easy for us to refrain
from sinning and to preserve a Christ Christlike
like Christlike temper. For this reason many peo people
ple people become "hermits. They desert the
ranks of men and hide themselves in
eaves and mount am fastnesses. These
are they who put their light under a
bushel. Christ gets no tmo ecrvico and
the world no real blessings from such
Christians. Put your light npen a can candlestick
dlestick candlestick that it may give 1 ght to all
that are in the house. Lhine in the pres presence
ence presence of men that they may sjo ycur
works a::d be inspired by them to glorify
t God. Stand before tho worU and provo
by the grace yea have received you can
: withstand its temptations. Go into the
! markets and show men that yon can buy
; and -oil and get gan from day to day,
and from year to year, without doing
; one dishonest thing-. Go to the bar of
! justice and show that you can practice
! law successfully without reverting to
any of the tricks of the profession. Go
into the councils cf the nation and show
tho country that you can perform all the
functions of a legislator without cenfed-
erating with demagogues and political
jobbers, or without swerving ono hair
breadth from the line of Christian rec rectitude.
titude. rectitude. Go into the social gathering and
show that you can be a cultured gentle gentle-j
j gentle-j man and can make yourself agreeable
ar"j moot pv reasonable requirement

of social life without p'iaymg progressive
euchre, or drenching yourself with strong
drink, or without doing anything else
that would bo contrary to your Christian

r principles and hurtful to your Christian
Shine For God.
But shining for God means more than
an exhibition of moral purity. It means
labor earnest, diligent, faithful labor
in teaching men Christian truth and
persuading them to submit to Christ
that they may know God and experience
the freedom and glory of his salvation.
It means the e.-:e of every available and
legitimate means of making the world
acquainted with tho gospol of Christ
and of urging men to accept tho mercy
and wisdom which it reveals.
What a brilliant luminary in tho
moral world is tho well equipped and
consecrated preacher cf the gospel What
an ineffable lamination the world has
received from tho ministry of such men
as John tho Baptist, Peter, Paul, Chrys Chrys-ostom,
ostom, Chrys-ostom, Augustin, Luther, Knox, White White-field,
field, White-field, Wesley, Carey, Judsou, Spurgeon
and Moudy Not only such as these, but
every true minister of Christ and every
faithful Sunday school teacher is a di divinely
vinely divinely commissioned torch bearer, carry carrying
ing carrying to human souls shrouded in the
darkness of sin and unbelief tho light of
i life.
Every dollar, too, cast into the Lord's
treasury for the support of these agencies
is a means which GGd will use to turn
the world's darkness into day.
I desire to give special emphasis to
tho importance of religious books as a
means of advancing tho world in tho
knowledge of God. There are somo
things that need to be written as well as
spoken. What God said to the patriarchs,
prophets and apostles would not have
accomplished his purposes if it had been
simply repeated by them in public dis discourses.
courses. discourses. Hence ho jhose and inspired
men to write clov.n what he had spolien
to his servants. Wia.t 3; all hew, Mark,
Luke and John did for the world in
preaching the gospel was almost an in insignificant
significant insignificant service :i .;:i::parisGii with
the infallible and ei; during record which
they made of the sayings and doings of
Jesus. Paul's gra.a!v;u: contribution to
mankind was no: v.J.dt his lips uttered,
but what his hand wrote.
A man can into-prer to ethers only
what ho know.: and iael:-. He can repro reproduce
duce reproduce (aily pk : vires as are photo photographed
graphed photographed on his soul. lie can communi-
j cate to his fellows cjiiy the inspirations
I which he has received by heartfelt com com-;
; com-; munion with great scenes, great events
and great inimis.
TIi Only Si;f; JL,:g!it.
This country is grappling with cer certain
tain certain great social and economic problems
with almost the energy of desperation.
I reiterate no pulpit platitude or pious
cant when I say that the only solvent of
these problems is the knowledge of God
in Jesus Christ. To know God is to love
him. To lovo him is to lovo all human humanity,
ity, humanity, and such lovo will everywhere- de dethrone
throne dethrone the wrong and diadem tho right.
If the labor question, the suffrage ques question
tion question and the racial question are ever
settled upon a wise, just and enduring
basis, it will bo done not by the poli politicians,
ticians, politicians, but by tub churches of God.
By some method we must reach the
oppressors and the oppressed, the dis disturbers
turbers disturbers and the disturbed with truth as
it is in Jesus. In the light of that truth
they will see not only tho causes under-
! lying our unhappy social condition, but
the remedy as well. Under the sotten sotten-ing
ing sotten-ing influence of that truth, as applied
by the power of the Holy Spirit, there
I will be relentings, concessions and
I righteous and brotherly readjustments.
J The classes of our population which
are most responsible for our present dis disastrous
astrous disastrous social strifes are but thinly rep represented
resented represented in our Sabbath day gatherings
for Christian instruction and worship.
They do not hear the gospel preached.
They have no desire to hear it, because
they shrink from any public rebuke of
sin. How to reach theso people is tho
great problem before us. By what means
and methods can wo penetrate their
darkness with t! light of life?
My own cxpcrienco has demonstrated
that a man will read what ho will not
sit and hear in a public discourse. It
requires but little urging to get men to
read a book that deals directly, intelli intelligently,
gently, intelligently, earnestly with their condition,
with their problems and with their
needs. Let somo ono write a bock back backed
ed backed with gospel thought to tho employers
of American labor. Let another write
one a ud dedicate it to American labor laborers.
ers. laborers. Let anoiher be written for tho great
army of tho unemployed. I am confi confident
dent confident that such books would be read and
reread, and ih:.t their influence would
bo useful in a ;:ie-em:iic::S degree.
Twelve satisfactory presents for
twelve persons for the same
am Mint of money, sit for a cozen
"f Gottlieb's fine photos. All
wrk guaranteed.
S'udio opposite Montezuma.

Advertise in the Star.


Star ?
debli-:rs ix
Chicago and
Florida Meats,
and Country Produce.
Stalls 6 and S City Market.
J. A. Pittman & Go,,
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Undertakers ami Embalsiers.
Dealers in Coffins, Iron and Wood
en Caskets, Burial Outfits.
Charges lower than ever before in i
Ocala. Also dealers in all kinds ;
of Second-Hand Furniture.
Prompt attention given to all
orders by mail or telegram. i
W. H. Chaille,
Board and Lodging.
Opposite Post Office.
Of the Plant System.
Leave Ocala 4:55 a.m. for Tampa
and all intermediate points.
Leave Ocala 8:10 a.m. for Dun Dun-nellon.
nellon. Dun-nellon. Leave 12:05 p.m. for all points
north, west and for Tampa, con connecting
necting connecting with through sWper at
Juliette for Atlanta and St Louis.
Leave 2:55 p.m. for Tampa.
Punta G'rda, St. Petersburg and j
Homosassa. I
Leave 12:4 p. m. for Gaines-
ville, Palatka, Jacksonville and all j
points north and west.
Leave 1:50 p.m. for Tavares.
Brooksville, and intermediate
F J. Hubr, ticket agent, Fla
S. depot. C. F. Faires, city tick ticket
et ticket agent, Ocala House.
We carry a full line of
also in con connection a first class
Bread, Cakes and Pies baked
by best Baker in the city.
at rear of store. First class
fare for the local and traveling
public. Give us a trial.
1 ilB
Baptist Witness Building, corner
Fort King and Osceola street.



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Fancy Groceries

Edwards & Son,

I am now prepared to furnish
Wood to any parties in the
city on short notice. In
sending in your order be sure
and state the kind of wood
you want. Ordt-r-boxt-s at
Wm. Gray's, Fuller & Clark's,
and G ascow Smith's-. Don't
forget, I furnish the best
wood in town.
South Orange and Lime.

R. D. Fuller,
! Office over Merchants' National
. Rink.
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
Large, cool and comfortable
rooms nicely furnished. Best of
accommodations for the general
and traveling public. Rates gi.oo
per day or $4.00 per week.
Corner of North Second Street
and Orange avenee.
Times Are Hard
and you need not deny it. But vou will
loret it when you buy Groceries and
General Family Supplies of the
They also run a first-class Department
where they do Repairing, Cleaning and
uyeing, vu worK done to order and sat sat-isiaction
isiaction sat-isiaction guaranteed.
Business Manager,
W. H. Marean, M. D.,
Physician and Surgeon.
Electro-magnetic and Massage
Treatment employed in treating
Chronic Diseases. Diseases of
Women and Children a specialty.
Office, corner of Second and Main
streets. Residence, comer of
Second and Watula streets,
First National 43a nk Block,
Ocala, Fla.
Fine Livery Turnouts and Saddle
Charges Reasonable.
Orders by Teleph one or otherwise
will receive prompt attention.
Proprietor of the only first class
Colored Barber Shop m the city.
I have taken charge of my ofd
stand on Exposition St., three
doors west of First National Bank
building and solicit your patronage.
I am ful'y prepared to do Shaving,
Hair Cutting a: Shampooing in
the latest styl Only first clas.s
men employed. Give me a call


T. P. Lloyd,
Attorney at Law,
Will Practicc in all Courts-
James D. McOonnell,
Attorney at Law.
Office in First National Banl:


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

George R. Marshall of Mans Mansfield,
field, Mansfield, O., is at the Montezuma.
A big line of Cloaks and Capes,
and we never miss a tale. The
Bazar Store.

Nice Florida oranges at Gray's.
Lots of red noses in town today,
plenty 0 oysters a.t Gray's today.

Htee lecture at vvuucss uau iu- o.uic

Keep your hands warm. Buy a
pair ot loves Irum Rowel).
Remember Hickmrm's lecture

Wm. Fischer of Wellington, O.,
is in the city, on pleasure bent.

Have ycu looked through our

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The Bazar

A fine lot of fat geese loday at
Grav rt.
J. E. O'Heam of Lexington is in
town today.
Fine Cedar Key oysters today
at Grays.
Sol Bossner of New York is in
town today.
Underwear Underwear ! Un Underwear
derwear Underwear ! J. A. Rowell.
T. A. Yancey has returned from
Young chickens cheap constant constantly
ly constantly on hand at Wm. Gray's.
B. C. Dupont of New York city
is in town.
A good Four-ply Linen Collar at
Roweii's tor 15c, 2 for 25c.
Judge C. Gilles of Palatka is in
the brick city.
Houses to rent in second ward
Apply to Chas. Phillips. 20-iw
Drfvid Hochstadttr of New York
is in the city,
Thr Imperial scarf makes a near,
attractive tie. Rowell keeps them.
A. Ullman of Cincinnati, O., is
at the Ocala house.
Apples as fine s you ever, saw
at Gray's.
E. B. Robinson of Fort White is
in the city.
You want a nice Hat. Buy it at
th; Big Store ;t t it-at Roweii's.
A. C. Williams of Ravenna, O
is in the city.
Wm. Gray has an over-supply ot

fine Chickens of every variety.
Mrs. T. D. Crawford went to At Atlanta
lanta Atlanta yesterday.
For style, beauty and finish
Roweii's $2 50 Shoe eclipses a i
others. Get a pair.
Capt. Willard of Hornnsns t w,
in the city yesterday.
R. A Hall, practical Painter mid
Paperhanger, Glazier and K-!:so-miner.
Box2Q6, "Ocala, Fla.
R. B. Nash t Sumter, S. C. is
in town on business
Get the baby a. pair of pretty
Sole Shovs. They are stylish.
Rowell sells them.
Fresh oysters on ice will be
found every day now at Wm
S. F. Shaff stall of Jacksonville is
in the city .on business.
Fresh -Venison and Fine Salt
Fish-Roe just received at L S.
Black's, stall 1 1, city Market.

It costs nothing to "rar one of
the best lectures of th; season to-

I night.

The National Protcl?ve LegTon
pays $15 per week to members in
case of sickness or disability.
J. A. W. Morrow, proprietor of
the Acme hotel in Rtvvnna, O., is
in town.
If you get stains, on your clothes
send them to the Ocala Steam
laundry and get them, removed.
C. O. Massey -returned Tuesday
from a two and a half months' visit
to Indiana.
If you want your lace curtains
done up properly send them to the
Ocala Steam Laundry.
Dr. A. H. Mathers and son, J. C.
Mathers, of Micanopy, are visiting
D. A. Miller.
The Suspender Window at Row Row-ell's
ell's Row-ell's can'c be called a "one gallus"
show. Stop a moment. You'll
admire it.
Come out tonight and bring
your friends to the free lecture at
Witness hall.
Portraits in all styles, and photo photographs
graphs photographs from the card cameo to hfe
size, at Gottlieb's. Studio opposite
Montezuma Hotel.
W. K Cason :h d wfe are ex expected
pected expected to return Sunday from
their wedding tip to Atlanta.
Send your ;trp ts to the Ocala
Steam Laundry and have them
e'eaned. which is che-p.-r fan to
buv new ones
Pmf. J. A Abr.'ns, the wide
awake ni' i fri -enr music man, has
run ver to L--sl-iir on a business
We are uart-ti t China Goods,
thi-elw. botii'? a Ui' v iob that
w 'lf r cnr customers .-it very

! low once Tne BjZir bt' rc

C G. Wad. th; wcic-awakf
merchant of Cirra, is in the city,
and made th s offi;; a pleasant
Dolls! Dolls!! Dolls!!! All
our Dolls are displayed and you
can look- them over before the holi holiday
day holiday uK The Bazar Store.


The Cn iU Society gives a Con Con-cere
cere Con-cere next Thursday night, the 12th,
in Witney hall. Kverybody is in invited.
vited. invited. You are cross. Perhaps your
feet are pinched by ill fitting
shoe?. Get a comfortable pair from
Rowell and be good-natured again.
J. H. Bigelow of Cleveland, O
is in the city and intends to try the
waters of the state for the finny
We have on exhibition the
largest line of Christmas and Holi Holiday
day Holiday Goods ever brought to Ocala.
The Bazar Store.

fl.mvrm TV.To "Tv"o XT 11!An t" t" f T-Inmn

sassa yesterday on business. Rev- J- F- Shands, the Method-

1st minister at ieesourg, was

Nice Sweet Potatoes at 50 and
55 cents per bushel at William
B. H. Powell of Jacksonville is
in the city on business.
Fine fresh water- fish today on
ice at L. S. Black's, stall No. 11,
City Market.
Benjamin P. Caoun of Palatka
is a guest of the Montezuma.
Fine Fresh Oysters eve y d y at
L. S. Black's, 25c per quait. Stall
11, city market.

shaking hands with his many
friends in the city today.
You can carry giooo to $5000
for $24 to $30 per year in the Na--ional
Protective Legion. F. C, W.
Williams, organizer, Mitchell BIk.,
Ocala, Fla.
Col. H. L. Hart of the Hart
Line of steamers, between Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville and Palatka, is in th e city.
He intends soon to put on a boat
b -tween Palatka and Silver

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Q ConstipatKi3, Impure Blood,
Malaria, Nervous ailments 2
0 Women's complaints.
Get only the genuine it hzs crbssed red
lines on the wrapper.
I ktup constantly on hand
all kinds of provisions, includ including
ing including Fish,
Fruits and Vegetables,
r-nd kinds of Fresh Green
Groceries. I akso receive
Chickens, Eggs and Ice.
A large supply constantly on
Exposition Street, west from
First National Bank.




William James, the Upstairs
Barber in the Gary Block,
Has taken? a Fall
Hair Cut, 15 c
Shampoo, 15 c.
Shave, 10 c.
All work done in first-class style.
Come and give me a trial.
Wm. James,
The Upstairs Barber,