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The Evening Star PORTER & HARDING, Publishers. SUBSCRIPTION SO CENTS PER flONTH. $5.00 per Year. You like a live town, don't you ? Well, if you do, come to Ocala. Lir's have a meeting of theciti - zens and appoint a committee to look after manufacturing enter - prises. A great many of the orange j groves that were thought to be! perfectly dead are coming out nicely. One of the most beautiful and healthy towns in the state is Ocala. Pitch your tent with us if you want to live in an enterprising: town. Don't talk hard times. It is a fact that money matters are a little close, mostly on account of the bank failure, but let us push for ward and we shall soon forget all about the past while attending to our increasing business, and we will not have the spare moments to stand around on the streets and talk hard times. The freeze and the bank failure combined have, of rnnrsfV hffn n errant rl rnwhnrlr tr our countv, but let us remember that there are a great many worse! Mrs- Marion Ansley and daugh u. . 11 u 4. ters are visiting Mrs. J. C. Porter things that could happen tons. at Lake Weir We have had no famines, no ! The Misses Brumby are enjoy. drouths, no earthquakes to swal- ing the cooiing breezes of Lake low up our cities, no cyclones to 1 Weir. They are entertained by sweep from the face of the earth Misses Margerite and Mamie Ea our homes. Some of our orange gleton. groves have been frozen out, but Lake Weir is certainly one of x. .u 1 i .u i .u the brightest and pleasantest we have the land, the rain and the , , , fU ( T. ' . neighborhoods in the state. 1 hey fcimsumium uiciuiuic uan idij,fa;are "having a series oi charming large variety of vegetables, which can be marketed early and good prices received for the same. While we are raising other crops let us put out young orange groves and it will be only a few years un til we can inhale the sweet scent of tht- orange blossoms and see orange golden fruit as it silvery rays of the bright orboflMondav afternoon a charming uay. uoii t tatK nara times. Excursion to Lake Weir, On of the largest excursions of the season was engineered by the Plant system yesterday to beauti ful Lake Weir. A train of nine coaches was crowded, and but for the breaking down of the boat which was used in carrying people across the lake the whole affair would have been well-nigh perfect. The grounds near the old Lake Weir Chautauqua buildings were j secured and put in splendid order by the energetic traveling passen ger agent of the Plant system, Mr. H. G. Haycraft; comfortable seats and an abundance of ice water were furnished free to all. Divis ion Passenger Agent F. M. Jolly of the Plant system was on hand and seemed to enjoy himself huge ly, shaking hands with old friends and looking after the welfare of the party. There is no prettier place in the state for picnic purposes than North Lake Weir, but before it can be utilized to any advantage : ...:n u j spur built to it. It is thought that the Plant system will either build a spur or deflect the main line of the Florida Southern around by this famous spot. The famous plant system will run a grand excursisn to Picnic Island, Port Tampa, June 30. Leave Ocala at 7 o'clock in the j 1 morning. Fare for adults $1, and j 50c. for children. Let everybody j go and have a good time. 1 ravel-J ing Passenger Agent H. G. Hay-- rmft hnz. inst hilled thf town with the most artistic lithographic pic- j tures of this ever seen. excursion we have AGNEW AGAIN INDICTED. 'Three Charges Made Against Hirn in the u. s. court. We clip the following trom tne Tuesday evening's Jacksonville Metropolis: ------ -The p-rand iurv came into the U. S. court this afternoon and pre- 1 sented another indictment against jE - W- Agnew, president of the j suspended First National bank of j cala making now three against I him. The one found today charg- affairs, fraudulently issuing and honoring notes for his own benefit ec- When court opened this morn- ing Agnew was arraigned upon the- inrHrtments found Sntnrdnv. and his attorney moved for a con tinuance, and owing to there being no funds to pay jurors or witnesses with, the motion was granted, and Judge Locke required bail in the sum of 10,000 for his appearance for trial on the 2d of December next. He was allowed to file; special pleas on that date. Mr. Agnew said he could give the bail j in Ocala. Whether additional bail will be : required since the last indictment ! was found was not known by the j marshal. j Lake Weir News, 'entertainments weekly. The first was the birthday party of Miss Alice Achison; next, a krokonole party given by Miss Mary Turn ley; tnen an ice cream festival at the residence of Alfred Ayer, given by the Young People's Christian Union last Pridav even- ling; a delightful musicale given by gnstens in me,. p f r;,.nrfrio. rmri rm lawn party at the beautiful place j of N K Campbell, which was: largely attended ana greaiiy en- iye(' 1 Cheap Rates, On night train of the 28th and j day train of the 29th the Plant j system will sell round trip tickets j from Ocala to Valdosta, Thomas- j ville and Monticello for only$4-50. Round trip rates to Bainbridge same date, gS-SO, good 10 days from fate of sale. For tickets call on C. F. Faires City Ticket Agent, Ocala House. F. J. Huber, Ticket Agent, Fla. So. Depot. Annual convention of the Chris tian Endeavor Societies at Boston For the above named occasion the ! F. C. & P. railroad will sell tickets ' at the following rates: All rail, : $38.25; via Savannah and steamer, ; $34.40; via Mallory line, $31.90 Tickets sold by rail July 6, 7 and 8; via Savannah and steamer, July ! 1 y HT H 7 T--7-- AfA. , ' v -74. T u, All tickets limited to July 1, 5 ana o; via iuanory nnc, juiy 4. ; 31. Iron j clad signature iorms requireu inn- ited to a continuous passage in both directions. For further in-! S iormauion, ticKeis, etc., uuu un R. G. Blake, city ticket agent, or John Dozier, depot ticket agent, Ocala, Fla. f . I A 1 A. 4m 1 I m Cheap excursion to West Flor ida on FYiday, June 28, good for 10 days. Rate to Madison, Monti- cello, and Tallahassee, $4.50; yuincy, ,5. Found At Dunnellon, a month rrrn n IVTnltc rrnc nciprl ni n watch charm. The ownerjean get i same by calling at A. E. Burnett s ; D. E. Mclver, ' UNDERTAKER and EMBALMER ! j Carrying a full line of Undertakers'; Supplies, Wooden and Metallic' . 1VUUW! Orders bv mail and TP PO 1 raph promptly executed. W A w 7 liller Block. Red Oak House, Board and Lodging. Nice, larire, airv rooms, best of ' table accommodations, pleasant lo- ! cation, one block south from V. C. ; & P. depot, on Magnolia street. ; Kates nom 5c. ioi0upu ua. Special rates by the week. D. S. LITTLE, Prop., OCALA, FLA. THE Sand Dodger Shoe Co. are selling at greatly reduced prices, notwithstanding the ad vance all round by the manufac turers. Arlington Hotel. Corner of South Main street and Fort King avenue. Rates, $1.50 and $2 per day. Special rates by the week. Best accommodations for the money to be had in the city. W. fl. Lucius, Stnlls t nnd Citv Market. . fc onstantl y on hand a full ,- of Florida and Western Beef Pork, Mutton, Chickens, Pggs and Vegetables of all kinds. Try our Silver Churn Butterine on Ice. T. A. YANCEY, Butcher, City Market, - Ocala, Ma. PTsh, Game and Poultry. Northern and Florida Vegetables. New York, Chicago and Florida Meats. Orders from a distance special attention. given The Boston Tonsorial Artist, Who is upstairs in the Large, Cool Rooms m tne oary J5iocK, is aoie to please ail customers. ' Come ana see me. Hair Cuts, Shaving and Shampoo- mrr rlnnp in firQf.nin tic nrripr A A V M. A M. . A. A A A. J r WW V 'W V WM. JAHES. Gary Block. Charles Constans, Foreign and Domestic Fruits Melons - on Ice delivered to any ! ArA . U1 i n i-i c vegetables and all kinds of -v - 4- C 4- C if tr Country Produce. ViTrn' IS uts, Tobacco and stop when passing and examine W. H. Chaille, Ladies' and entlemen's Board and Lodging. Opposite Post Office. Miss M. J. Wilson, PRIVATE BOARDING HOUSE. Nicest Location in the City. Special Low Rates by the Week and Month. MRS. T. J. OWEN, PRIVATE BOARDING. Best of accommodations, quiet and homelike. Also have desirably located Cot tages to rent. Mrs. D. M.- Hick's MILLINERY EMPORIUM We carry a complete and well as sorted stock of Up-to-date Millinery Goods at the Lowest Cash. Prices ! Call and examine my stock. Millinery e latest. phe IjoWest P rices AT i, rowns, Thomas J. Clary, Justice of the Peace, First District, Marion Co., Pla. Office in Court House. Prompt attention given to all Civil and Criminal Cases under my Jurisdiction. OCALA, Albert Wright, FLA. Attorney at Law. Room 3, Merchants' Block, OCALA, FLA. James H. Hill, Attorney at Law. County Judge's office in Court J J &TT House. . G RESTA Mrs, 0. A, B A. H. R. Fredrick, M. D. Physician & Surgeon. Diseases of Women and Children a Specialty. j Office opposite Arlington Hotel. ! Ocala, Fla. I R. D. Fuller, i j Dentist. Office over Merchants' National Bank. OCALA, FLA. James Chace, Dentist. Office over First National Bank, OCALA, FLA. K-F-Brown' M-D- ' 1hysician & Surgeon. Box 382, Ocala, Fla. Treatment of Canxer a specialty. W. H. Marean, M. D., Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon. Klectro-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. J ohn G. Reardon, Attorney at Law, Will practice in all Courts. Union Block, OCALA, - FLA. James D. McConnell, Attorney at Law. Office in F'irst National Bank Block, OCALA, FLA. E. P. Allen, Attorney at LaAv. Room 3, Merchants' Block, 1 jewelry store. my stock. OCALA, FLA. OCALA, FLA.