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1 IIC VCIlIIi, ; mentioned buildintr is to be devotedrun a grand excursisn to Picnic to the commercial department, Island, Port Tampa, June 30. PORTER & HARDING, Publishers, j wherc win be taught book keeping Jave Ocala at 7, o'clock in the j commercial law, commercial arith- morning. Fare forjadults $1, and j i metic, telegraphy, stenography and 50c. for children. Let everybody j SUBSCRIPTION 50 CENTS PER HONTH. $5.00 per Year. type writing. ro and have a rood time. Travel- W. H. Chaille, Ladies' and Gentlemen's A. H. R. Fredrick, M. D. Physician & Surgeon. TO OUR FRIENDS. ever seen. If any of our boys or girls de- ing Passenger Agent" V. j."Hay- sire to become musicians, they will craft has just billed the town with Kxecutors, administrators, trus- have a first-class chance at the the most artistic lithographic pic tees, guardians, etc., have the college, as a music department has tures of this excursion we have right to name the paper in which been created and put under 4:he notice and publications of all care of Miss Reeves. This lady kinds as are required under the j comes to us from the Toronto Con law to be published, and we ear- j servatory of Music, where she was nestly and respectfully ask our j educated, and where she alsosuc friends to remember us in matters j cessfully taught for awhile. Her of this kind. (president speaks in the highest; xice, lar-e, airv rooms, best of j terms of her ability .as artist and ; table accommodations, pleasant lo teacher. cation, one block south from r. C Near the college is a magnificent & p- depot, on Magnolia street RESTAURANT. Diseases of Women and Children a Specialty. Board and Lodging. Opposite Post Office. Office opposite Arlington Motel. Red Oak House, Miss M. J. Wilson, Board and Lodging. PRIVATE BOARDING HOUSE. 1 Ocala, Fla. R. D. Fuller, Dentist. Let every citizen work for the unbuild in" of Ocala. I spring of pure water. Rams are , tQ pUt jn ancj waer utilized Are we going to have that com-jfor coU purposes and for irri a. mittee to look after the manufact- . . The boys and girls of Florida are certainly to be congratulated on the splendid opportunites now offered them in the State Coilege. Correspondent. Lake City, June 28. Rates from 75c. to $1.50 per day. Special rates by the week. D. S. LITTLE, ProK, Office over uring interests of Ocala? : OCALA, FLA. Nicest Location in the City. j Special Low Rates by the Week j and Month. Merchants' National Bank. Ocala should have two or three times as many factories. Let the enterprising business men take hold of this matter in earnest, and we will have them. There is no reason why we should not. TH E- Sand Dodger MRS. T. J. OWEN, OCALA, FLA. James Ghace, Dentist. How great a lottery literature is is evidenced in a striking way by the exn rience of George DuMau- ner, wno sold "irnoy ior 5,000, j when the publishers offer would j hnvp viflrlr t him ntMrer Cnnn. i , , . , r : hair ana oy tne previous experience 01 Gen. Lew Wallace, who once un successfully offered, the manu script of 'The Fair God" for $75, while the-rov. ltics on "Ben Hur" have returns : ni-n $75,000. He is said to have sld his "Prince of India" for $50,000 ouri&ht. Wash the Hair with Egg, To have fluffy tresses the hair must be kept scrupulously clean are sellin and free from all oily matter. A splendid wash for the hair is to break an egg in a dish and beat it up, then apply to the roots of the with the fingers, rubbing; it well into the scalp. Have ready a bowl of soft water, or water Shoe Co. PRIVATE BOARDING. cr at greatly reduced prices, notwitnstanaing inc ad vance all round by the manufacturers. Ar 1 i ngton H otel . Office over First National Hank, Best of accommodations, quiet and homelike. Also have desirably located Cot- tages to rent. I OCALA, FLA. big broken with some borax, and wash 1 Corner of South Main street and t the head well in that, then rinse in two or three waters, but use no Fort King avenue. Mrs. D. M. Hick's'E-F-Brown-M-D- soap. Dry on hot towels and brush for an hour with a clean. moderately stiff brush, being care-j ful not to scratch the scalp too ! hard. After that process every I hair will stand almost by itself, but j at the same time will be glossy j and sweet smelling, and you can J do anything with it you like. (iV ! 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, State Agricultural College, In my last I told you I would tell you something further about the collect. Now that ur guests have goi-e, 1 he children are out on a trot and tin- town has put on its summer garm ocs for a little rest, a breath ing sin- 1 omes to me and T am at libert) to scratch a little for the paper Skipped by the Light of the Moon, Sam H. White, a prescriptionist, who has been in Ocala for several Two years ago the trustees of ! nths, and for a while worked for the State Agricultural College goings oc o., ana recently opened the institution to young for Carmichael & Son, skipped out j Florida and Western Beef MILLINERY EMPORIUM We carry a complete and well as sorted stock of Up-to-date-Millinery-; Goods at the ! ILowest Cash Prices ! Call and examine my stock. Millinery. Physician & Surgeon, Box 382, Ocala, Fla. Treatment of Cancer a specialty. Stalls 1 and 3, City Market, will keep constantly on hand a full supply of Phe f-atest, The b ow-est rices womc n. A goodly number came that year and still others last year. The venture has worked well : we are all pleased with the results. The accommodations of the col lege for the young ladies were poor, but the last legislature has put the board in a position to im prove the conditions, and now the work is really beginning. Prepa rations are being made for the erection of a building (one of a system of buildings) of two stories in height, to be devoted to the use of the ladies and the commercial department. The first floor will last night, leaving behind a $45 j Pork Mutton, Chickens, Fggs and board bill unpaid at the Arlington, Vegetables of all kinds. AT and also several minor bills at va rious places in town. Try our Silver Churn Butterine on Ice. ylrSi Ci A. Brown's. One of our exchanges tells a story of an old railroad man who was converted, and when asked to lead in prayer, here is the way he Citv Market did it : "O Lord, now that I have flagged Thee, just lift my feet off the rough road of life and plant them safely on the train of salva- T. A. YANCEY, Butcher, 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 Main streets. Residence, corner of Second and YVatula streets, OCALA, FLA. John G. Reardon, Attorney at Law, known as prudence, make all coup lings in the train with the strong contain a room for the lady princi-! links of Thy love' and let my hand ! tion. Let me see the satety-lamp, j Pish, Game and Poultry. Northern and Florida Vegetables. New York, Chicago and Florida ; Meats. ml rlnat ranm? i laro-e ?tnrlv hall lamp De J. ny DlDie. Alia, neaven-j uiunv feivw pal, cloak rooms, a large study hall , J swirrhes special attention. for the young women, a large room ! V gather, keep all the switches: 1 wW rnttincr. fitting mrrnnnt ! closed that lead off on the sidings, ; making, ornamental needle work, ! especially those with a blind end. lace making, etc.. will be taught; I Lord lf t be Thy pleasure, have also a room properly equipped for ; everr semaphore along the line teaching all sorts of cooking. ! show the whlte hSht of hoPe that 1 may make tne run ot Jite without Thomas J. Clary, Ocala, Fla. Justice of the PcaCG, First District, Marion Co., Fla. Othce in Court House. , Will practice in all Courts. Prompt attention given to all Civil j Union B k and Criminal Cases under my Jurisdiction. OCALA, OCALA, - FLA. FLA. Albert Wright, James D. McConnell, The Boston Tonsorial Artist, Who is upstairs in the Large, Cool Rooms attorney at Law. Attorney at Law. James H. Hill, Wo mrtv livo ivifrVirmf twtrv miitir 3nH art- We may live without conscience, and live without Stopping. And, Lord, give US the heartf ; ten commandments as a schedule, : ' wc without friends; we may live without ; when j have finishe(J the run ; in the Gary Block, is able to please j But civilized man cannot Hv. without cooks. and on schedule time pulled into alTl customers Come and see me. 1 OCALA, T,.-1 .1 . c Hair Cuts Shavin-and Shampoo-; UK 1 lunud U ' 14 1 KiH'vv j Luc jicdi (.id iK bcdLiuii ui ucaLii, ; jno. t0nc in first-class order that they have a sch joS hre when J may Thou, the Superintendent of & they may learn t.i farMi scrntifi j the universe, say with a smile, j WiVL. JAF1ES. cally; to make anything ih.it may j 'Well done, thou good and faith-; ary mck. render home mr; comfortable; j ful servant ; come up and sign the where the girls may learn all the pay-roll and receive your check for arts of splendid ' housekeep;ng; eternal happines-.' Amen." where one may learn how to rule f men and self; where one may lea-m ; Rev. J. M. Pike has gone to how to curb mind, and show it h'v ' South Carolina on a short vacation to let it find its expression mltorec wnrHs! where merchants mav '.erf ; tern J J i . 1? v.... t-t 1 ,anuies, iMiis, lODacco ana Room 3, Merchants' Block, Office in First National Bank Block, FLA. OCALA, E. P. Allen, FLA. Charles Constans, Foreign and Domestic Fruits Melons on Ice delivered to any part of the City. :uperate his overworked sys- j Vegetables and all kinds of Brother Pike has been close-' Country Produce to conduct business, etc.? Well, i ly confined to his pastoral duties attorney at Law. Attorney at Law. Ciirars. it is; and the college at Lake City j for several years, and is needing a j stop when passing and examine is that place. 1 short respite from his labors. j my stock. County Judge's office in Court House. Room 3, Merchants' Block, OCALA, FLA. ! OCALA, FLA.