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EVENING Vol. 1. No. 7. OCALA, FLORIDA, JUNE 26, 1895. Price Five Cents 4 t A C i I i i r n a W I N I A V. IN AND ABOUT THE TOWN. Flower Pots at Cost. - Bazar Stoke. Somethings You Know and Some-; Maurice Strauss of Dunnellon things You Don't Know. ! fs in the city. ! A fine lot of young fat chickens W. H. Chaille went to Palm j just reCeivcd at Gray's. J $ each 1 Joseph Connell of Orlando was Miss R. E. Griffin of Citra spent i in Qcala yesterday. yesterday in Ocala. ' ,. . J j r ire Crackers and Roman Can- vv - . aies lor 4tn ot uiv at liazar tore Montezuma yesterday. F. G. Campbeil of Jacksonville was in town yesterday. James A. Stevens of Citra was on our streets yesterday. Frank G. Morehead went to Palm Beach this morning. Miss Minnie Nash went to Palm Beach on the excursion today. Rev. T. J. Davenport has gone to Palm Beach on the excursion. L W did 1 iliac irre Q .B.Weihe, Jeweler Jeweler and Engraver. Mrs. J. II. Benjamin is visiting j SPECIAL PRICES, friends at Stanton. and Optician. Gleaning, Repairing and Engraving. GUARANTEED FIRST-CLASS WORK. North Side Square, Ocala, Fla. Fame, Florida's Favorite Melon, on ice at P. Dukes's green grocery. The youngest son of F. K. Har ris is on the sick list. Apply to Dr. R. D. Fuller for a neat cottage fur rent. At Carlisle's Drug Store, n. k. wiilmr& George D. Courtney's Capt. J. Cribbet of Cotton Plant was in town yesterday. 1 Miss Mamie Harrison is home ! Deacon O. L. Burdick took ad- from her visit to Lake Weir. vantage of the excursion to visit j A nice ot of chickcns just right Palm Jteach. j to broil, received this morning at I . John L. Leitner and Miss Edna P- Dllkess Grecn Grocery. j Eindsay of Dunnellon were in' Attend the performance at the j town yesterday. opera house tonight. It is worth j jjone jn The sidewalk in front of thc uul W11U j t stores from the corner to C. Rhei- Just received, a larc shipment! nauer's is sadly in need of repair- of Cuban mangos at Charles Con-j Montezunla block, Tonsorial Artist. Hair Cutting, Shaving, Dvein a n cl Sham p o o i n Latest St vie. Call Oity Market uroeery, is the best place in the city to buv your fresh groceries. A complete line of Staple and Fancy Groceries constantly on hand. I keep every thing in the grocery line. Country Produce, Chickens and Eggs bought and sold. Bread, Pies and Cakes fresh from the bakery. G lVK JUCS .V CAJ.I. A:SI 1X3 CO.Wl ?sC51). One Door North from City ivfarket, Ocala, Fla. and crive me a trial. Ocala. Fla. llltr lllt stans . High Grade G 000s, Albert Fox returned from Nash-1 President James A. Graham of ville, Tenn., yesterday, where he j the First National liank of Gaincs has been attending the Vanderbilt vjie is jn Qcala. university. i t;e our t-inraLime i ;iss :m :ry Counter. 1'rices aoiut Half, and we make you happy. John W, Pearson, See our Hard time Glass w - ri 1 1 hree cottages to rent. ivppiy t T..- . to I. Stevens. i ill Li i I i , i ', a ! . I : 1 1 1 fc :t v f 9 1 L ow G prices. AOIlL Repairing and Engraving. C. H. Dame, with Troxler, is one of the cleverest men in town. Give him a call when you want candy. Hard water soap for the bath at the Anti-Monopoly. A. E. Delouest, wife and boy are going to Marion, Ind., to spend the summer. They will leave on the nisdit train. A big job in Lunch, Picnic and Market Baskets; 5c, 10c and up to 75c. Regular price double this amount. Bazar Store. M. M. Little left on the 11 o'clock train this morning for a three or four weeks' visit in Chat tanooga, Nashville and Knoxville, Tenn. For The Week Only. Will sell Butter Dishes 5c, Sugar Dishes 5c, Yellow Ware in Pie Plates 5c, Yellow Ware in Bowls 5c at the Bazar Store. Excursion to Savannah and Co lumbia, leaving Ocala on Tuesday night at 1 o'clock via F. C. & P. railroad. Fare to Savannah, $5; Columbia, $7. Good for ten days returning. If you want to see a happy crowd, look in our racket depart-! ment and at our 5c. and 10c. coun ters. The Bazar Stoke. National Educational Associa tion at Denver, Col. Tickets on sale July 4, 5 and 6, good to return as late as Sept. i,for $46.15 round trip. Any one wishing a mileage book over the East Coast Line is re quested to apply to C. S. McGrary, Ocala, Fl a. The Music Teachers' National Association will hold f its seven teenth meeting in St. Louis Tues day, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, July 2, 3, 4 and 5, in the Germania theater. For particu lars and full information address Mrs. Ankie Parker. ( ; The Bazak Stoiu-:. Mrs. Gus Hanley, who has been very sick for three weeks, is, we are glad to learn, able to leave her room. The stockholders of the Cove nant Building and Loan associa tion will jlease pay June iiu-s to W. T. Frieison, at H. B. Ma-teiV. M. M. Little, Local Secretary. iiuphaLe and Timber Iands. A TT j j AU Work Guaranteed at A. S. rSHmeTf 'Q. JpavpIp Merchants' Block. Ocala; Fla. ropertv 1 --j li-ity bcmj;ht, hold ana Rented. -rtrrr: m-j-ju 'v f.7'.-Mr-!trriiW'ii r-ui'iBMLJK.Tii ttmwrmmun.-m!nm wwn 1 dir. rJLL. -. ciGIELHl r. r ij I - 1 -." ni & AS. PI vaip tub "Do Not lies Vor rv You to w7 ?u The reform government of New Do '(U vant to invest your money -u ork City doesn't reform v.-ry rap- nheie ll W,U brin 'wu York City doesn't reform wry rap- u ...... pj laiy. lammany yet noids line fl trft rft'T V tenths of the offices and o rruo- fi- tion is still rampant. If so inquire of I. Stevens, who Misses Nevada Moring, Hattie ! represents the Curry, and Lillie Williams, and (jQOVgiZl St&tQ her mother, Mrs. R. M. Williams, j mtA ' A h who will act as chaperone for the ! tSUIluill g LOafl party, left today for Palm Beach, j or we will loan you from one to ten thousand dollars on good approved Li 1 j 1 1 i j p. m Are putting up ?uch Nice n Window and Door Screens " for so Little Honey. We manufacture All Kinds of SCROLL WORK, BRACKETS, MOULDING r TURNING, WINDOW and DOOR FRAIES, CABINETS, and all kinds of n Carpenter and Job Work. A full supply of r 1 I 1 Jl NORTH OF F. C. A P. DEPOT. OHAI A ci a Ri CI & & & If nl and eat up the food yourfamily should have, when the Yankee Novelty Works Rough and Dressed Seasoned Lumber Constantly on Hand at LOW EST CASH PRICES. real estate. Remember the place, at A. K. Burnett's Jewelry Store, PATRONIZE J. K. McDonald, receiver of the First National bank, returned from his home in Montgomery, j Ocaia, Fla Ala , on the 3 o'clock train this morning. Mrs. McDonald and child accompanied him. Mr. Mc Donald has been on a week or ten days' visit to his family. They will make their home in Ocala while the business of the bank keeps them here, which will in all i probability be for some time yet. j CD. V- C CD O , By his sterling business qualities j Mr. McDonald has made a great I proprietor. many friends since his coming to j Ocala. I The oldest and best established Barber in the city. Only expert workmen employed. GEO. A. NASH, DEAELR IN OGALA HOUSE BARBER SHOP, ; Dfy GOOdS, NOtiOIlS, ShOCS, EtC Mesdames This office was presented with some samp es of cigars by W. E. Thomas that were as fine as any ! J 1 rr rnr pvpr smn fr T It o u-prn made entirely of F orida tobacco, ! lfMvAi'jJL iX UKU VV jN j grown by Adam Kiche berger on have taken the stand recently occu- j his pace near this city. The ci-1 Pied by Mrs. Reynolds and Mrs. j gars were as fine flavored as the i cott' C1? they will be pleased j & . Tr ,T I to see their former friends and! genuine Havana grown eaf. We j patrons and manv ncw ()lles. ! see no reason why, with the proper j Prices Greatlv Reduced i FINE DRESS GOODS, Laces and Embroidery, Trunks and Valises. Agents for Butterickis Patterns OUR MOTTO: We study to please our customers. Ocala, : : : : : Florida. FGLLEK & C L AR K, DEALERS IN attention and cu tivation, we can not grow just as good tobacco in Marion countv as our Cuban neighbors. We have the factories and wi soon have others. Now let us turn our attention to the soi and grow the larger portion of our tobacco right here. to suit the conditions of the times, j and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed in j the Cheapest Garment. aple and Fancy Groceries, Corn, Oats, Hay, Vegetables, Etc. S"rSrratcfdr you,sclvcs! Chickens and Eggs a Specialty. Seamless Waist. All kinds of Dressmaking done at shortest notice. Butler Block Corner Orange Avenue and Exposition St. Ocala, : : : : : Florida.