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1 A it N jjj Jm J Vol. 1. No. 9. OCALA, FLORIDA, JUNE 23, 1895. Price Five Cents PUBLISHED EVERY DA A V v K, v SU iN uAY. X - LA fir ""4 tt t ii 4 m 1 ZlL ! IN AND ABOUT THE TOWN. D. E. Mclver, Prof. A. Hendon moved to- I day to the corner house opposite Somethings You Know and Some-j I. Stevens. things You Don't Know. s. Zacharias, accompanied by UNDERTAKER and EMBALMER his daughter, left yesterday for riwrrv Crram rm .iv at the " "" . "i! " ' ""- ' ..uci lilkc. S J AND errv Anti Monopoly drus store Col. T. I is in town. IJoyd, of Brooksville, at- i i 7 wr-w r Supplies, Wooden and Metallic Miss Adelaide Williamson, from ' i,,f . t,,,;,i i 7, L . r . ' . Caskets, hunal jobes, etc. Susie Marean. by mail and teleg prom ptly exec u t ed . raph Apply to Dr. R. D. Fuller for a neat cottage for rent. W. A. Niblack of Lake City is in town today. Lollypop, Pure Fruit and Crush ed Ices at the Anti-Monopoly drug store. J. I I. Packard, from Phosphoria, was with us yesterday. Young Chickens to broil and fresh country lggs just received at Grays. Hon. W. II. Long and family Our officers arrested several parties last night for gambling. Bail being given, they were al lowed to remain at large. Born, yesterday morning, to the wife of W. F. Hamilton, in the north end of town, a fine baby j boy. All parties doing well and the father supremely happy. ! Major Green's big bay horse be came frightened at the street car this morning, just as the major had unhitched him and was trying .1 1 T T were in Ocala yesterday. ; to get into tne ouggy. ne ran , . , , down the street and up Ocklawaha William Gray has been on the ; . , . u , 1 . . . , . , avenue at a rrightiul pace, striking sick list for several days. i - J one weel against a corner some- Just received, a fine lot of young where about the railroad crossing, ickens and tresli country iggs , anrf smashing it all to pieces. J. G. P. Dukes Green Grocery. TT . . . ' . . . iiagooci anu ouiers stopped n.m at G. A. Morton of Lake Weir Gary park and had him unhitched spent yesterday in Oca'a. when his owner arrived. No se- Dr. James G. Baskin of Antho- rious damage was done except to ny was in the city yesterday. i the wheel mentioned. When a by- . , , , ; stander offered to trade a centle i Iame, Florida s tavorite Mel- , f ... 4 , . . ii- i : - . horse ior this one, the maior said on on ice, delivered tree to any part ; ' J rtf ti. ih, ni,pc,r.n.pn Hmrprv he would not have a horse that Vi U1L Lily. x j a -. j w w - J. II. AncrunV of Hernando was ; at the Montezuma yesterday. Miller Block. ewelry OPITICAL - GOODS. Gleaning, Repairing and Engraving. GUARANTEED FIRST-CLASS WORK. North Side Square, Ocala, Fla. Ch at Watchmaker, Jeweler and Engraver. SPECIAL PRICES. At Carlisle's Drusr Store. J1 n. k. wiLLinm. Tonsorial Artist. Hair Cuttino-, Shaving, Dvcinir and Shampooing Done in Latest Style. Call and give me a trial. Montezuma block, Ocala, Fla.- George D. Courtney's City Market Grocery, is the best place in the city to buv your fresh groceries. A complete line of Staple'and Fancv 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. vjrivjh: -ne a. Call atvj i$ Covic One Door North from City Market, Ocala, Fla. I3 h would not run. C. Clark, the baker, employed at j Wolfe's bakery, sent up yesterday j for a Star reporter to come and j see the wedding1 cake he has just j made for a wedding that is to take : place today, up the road a few miles, but we could not learn the i A few families had a nice little ; n of the part:es. Th:s cake j is a masterpiece ot the pastry art, ! John W. Pearson, Frank W. Ditto, from Rochelle, is visiting his father, V. L. Ditto. A nice lot of fresh Grapes, Peaches and Mangoes just re ceived at Charles Constans'. hi ! ii i j ton o Grade Goods9 Low Grade Prices. airing and Ensravine. AI! Work Guaranteed at A AX Phosphate anci Timber Lands. I E. Burnett's. Jeweler. Merchants' Block, Ocala, PL country basket picnic at Dunster today. A. R. Griffin, county commis sioner from Anthony, was on our streets yesterday. Any one wishing a mileage book over the Fast Coast Dine is re quested to apply to C. S. McGrary, Ocala, Fla. I. N. Hugett and J. W. Ross, of the Alachua Phosphate Company, were in Ocala yesterday. The Ocala Literary and Debat- D. vdity V roperty ought, Sold and Rented. ing Society will have an interest ing program this afternoon. Every j the Atlanta exposition that will one invited. Charles B. Spratt, who has been is about six inches in hight, and 16 in diameter. The body is a rich fruit, festooned over the sides and top with unboiled frosting of' sugar and white of egg. The top ; is a representation of the gates - . 1 & do you want to invest vour money and city wall of St. Augustine, where it will bring you with walks, terraces, statues, etc., jl and trees hanging with Spanish J3QV CCflt. ; moss. It seemed impossible that j If So, inquire of I. Stevens, who one could have done all the work represents the on this cake with nothing but a small paper instrument. Mr, Clark says he will make a cake fori fcSlll Id I II T N 0 03 ITS X a! Georgia State u r i J i i S i ft L Jl u I fl i In Do Not- ef Worry You to Oanfh and eat up the food your family should have, when the Yankee Novelty Works Are putting up fucFi Nice Window and Door Screens for so Little Honey. We manufacture All Kinds of 5CR0LL WORK, BRACKETS MOIII nivn TURNING. WINDOW and DOOR F R A H E S , CA B I NE Ts and all kind I of Carpenter and Job Work. A full supply of s 01 Rough and Dressed Seasoned Lumber Constantly on Hand at LOWEST CTSH PRICES. r NORTH OF F. C, ru j i j 1 j i 1 1 Ln i j p. j i 1 i j 1 1 i j i . & P. DEPOT. OCALA, FLA. last 20 years, and be as good to eat at the end of that or we will loan you from one to ten thousand dollars on good approved time as real estate. Remember the place, I at A. E. Burnett's Jewelry Store, Ucala, lla. patronize M c C CD V PROPRIETOR. attending medical college in Phil-1 when it was first baked. adelphia for a number of months, j p j Hinson, from Fort Myers, arrived in Ocala yesterday. j -s -n Qcala, and in conversation! Roy Smith has severed his con- j with a Star reporter this morning j nection with S. R. Birdsey & Co., ! said that times were fairly good in j pi i i inor D ADDED CUflD and will leave Sunday for Tampa, j that section, some real estate sell- U uALA HUUol UAnDtn OllUr, where he will probably locate. Don't forget the excursion to West Florida, Madison, Monti cello, Tallahasse and Ouincy to night at 1:05 va tne F- C..& P. railroad. 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. Misses Annie and Lavalette Martin, accompanied by their mother, leave tonight for Acworth, Ga., where they will spend the summer. Dr. S. H. Blitch, of Blitchton, will leave for New York tomor row, taking the steamer at Savan nah Sunday. He will take a post graduate course at the Institute where Drs. Newsom and Hood are attending. GEO. A. NASH, DEAELR IN ing, and best of all, the orange ! trees on the south side of the Ca- j loosahatchie river are all loaded (3. V. with fruit in all stages of develop- j opment,'from the fragrant bios-1 som to ripe fruit. He saysposi-i tively that there was not a leaf j The oldest and best established killed on that side of the Caloosa- Barber in the city. Only expert hatchie. Just before leaving Fort workme" employed. Myers Mr. Hinson took a pros- " " pecting trip down into the Big Cy- Mesdames press, and to the edge of the Ever- ISRAEL & BROWN iziuucs. ne was looKing out ior , , , , 1 1 -u 11 u -i ui r have taken the stand recently occu land that would be available for pied by AIrs Reynolds am settlers, and says he found a good Scott, where they will be pleased deal in the shape of islands and to see their former friends and high ridges interspersed with the; patrons and many new ones. . saw-grass, that was the very finest ; Prices Greatly Reduced of hammock land. And as to f 11 e conditions of the times, , . , , , ,iand a Perfect Pit Guaranteed in mosquitos, he said he did not find 1 the Cheapest Garment. them any worse than those in this ; Call and inquire for yourselves A 1 . 1 1. . ,1 . . 1 1 . 1 J county, tnougn tnis is nam to ac- our ceieDratecl count for. The tillable land of this favored section will not be long in being taken up. Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, Etc. FINE DRESS GOODS, Laces and Embroidery, Trunks and Valises. Agents for Buttericks Patterns OUR MOTTO: We study to please our customers. Ocala, : : : : : Florida. FULLER Si eLA-RK, DEALERS IN 9 Seamless Waist. All kinds of Dressmaking done at shortest notice. taple and Fancy Groceries Com, Oats, Hay, Vegetables, Etc. Chickens and Bggs a Specialty. Butler BlockCorner Orange Avenue and Exposition St. Ocala, : : : : : Florida.