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OCALA, FLORIDA, JUNE 29, 1895. Price Five Cents PUBLISHED EVERY DA V IN THE WEEK EXCEPTING SUNDAY IN AND ABOUT THE TOWN. Somethings You Know and Some things You Don't Know. W. A. Pclot has returned home. Lawrence Ilaynes, of Jackson ville, is in town. 11. G. Dunn, of Citra, was in Ocala yesterday. K. W. Comes, of Eastman, is at the Qcala house. C. G. Frazier went to Jackson ville last night. C. F. Huber, of Dunnellon, was in Ocala yesterday. Apply to Dr. R. D. Fuller for a neat cottage for rent. Miss L. M. Burton of Orlando is in the city. Cherry Cream today at the Anti Monopoly drus store. W. D. Hunter of Orange Home is in Ocala today. We have heard of people doing strange things in the eating line. But when, last night, one of the young men in the News office ate up a staple, it astonished even us. Annual July excursion to West Florida. Tickets sold for night train July 2 good till July 13. Rate to Lake City $3.25 ; Live Oak, $3.50 ; Madison, $4 ; Monticello, $4.50; Tallahasse, $4 75; Ouincy, $4 75; via F. C. railroad. One of Ocala's genteel young men, who is slightly in love, arose at 4 o'clock this morning, expect ing a letter from his best girl on the midnight mail, but he has had a long face all day didn't arrive. J. J. Fuller, of Jacksonville, an old-time resident of this city, who was one of the most popular young men in town, and who still has a host of friends to welcome his pe riodical visits, is in town for a few days on business. Fourth of July holiday rates on D. E. McSver, Watches. Jcwelrv UNDERTAKER and EMBALMER AND - OPITICAL - GOODS. Carrying a full line of Undertakers' Supplies, Wooden and Metallic Caskets, Burial Robes, etc. Orders by mail and telegraph p r o m p 1 1 y exe c 11 1 e d . Miller Block. Gleaning, Repairing and Engraving. GUARANTEED FIRST-CLASS WORK. North Side Square, Ocala, Fla. IT L w rre d G B.W eihe, M. A. Riche of Savannab is in j 2d 3d and 4th, good' until July 7, n 1 t 1 ! at one fare for the round trip to George B. Cellan and wife of Gainesville are at the Montezuma. ! any point in Florida. On July 2 and 3 to any point east of the Mis- sissippi and south of the Ohio and Hon. C. M. Ackerman of Gaines-; Potomac rivers at one and one vill is in town today. third fare for round trip, good un- R. S. Cokrell,from Jacksonville, j til July 7 via F. C. & P. railroad. was in town yesterday. . J. V. Burke left for Jacksonville last night on business. Lolly pop, lire Fruit and Crush ed Ices at the Anti-Monopoly drug store. J. N. Edwards has returned from looking alter the interests of his farm. Young Chickens to broil 'and fresh country Eggs just received at Grays. B. II. Peacock, from Jackson- VI terday. Just received, a fine lot of young Chickens and fresh country Eggs at P. Dukes' Green Grocery. Mrs. II. E. Miller returned from Amelia Beach, Fernandina, this afternoon. The Ocala Literary and Debat ing Society met last night in the Witness hall, and rendered a very interesting progiam. The most notable and best rendered parts were the following : recitation, by Miss Johnnie Liddon; solo, by Miss Mamie Harrison; song, by Misses Mary Mayo and Sallie Whitfield, and debate, by J. Jmbo den Finney and R. S. Bu lock. Last Sunday W. D. Cam was out to the farm of M. J. and O. W. fate Jeweler and Engraver. City Market Grocery, imaker. George D. Courtney's SPECIAL PRICES. , s 'At Carlisle's Drug Store. n. k. wimnm, Tonsorial Artist. -lair Cutting, Shavino- D veinij and Shampooing Done in Latest Stvle. Call and give me a trial. j Montezuma block, Ocala, Fla. is the best place in the city to buy 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-iv.10 3ixs Caliv .:vi isod Coavi;cgd. One Door North from City Market, Ocala, Fla. High Grade Goods, lea, John W. Pearson, A U I Low orade Prices. Esta Phosphate and 1 rii r i-v 11 ' m 0 Timber Lands. j Repairing and Engraving. j AM Work Guaranteed at A. E. BllTfiett'S, Jeweler. f Merchants' Block, Ocala, Fla. lie, was at the Montezuma yes-! Turner. During the clay two water- melons were cut, one 01 them weighing 50 pounds, and the exact weight of the other could not be ascertained, as that was the limit of the scales. Mr. Carn did not say how many ate these melons, but not having mentioned any one 1 1 - 1 C . T- ' ' 1 1 " oesiaes tne two 1 urners ana nim self, we are fain to believe that they consumed over 100 pounds of watermelon. And not a good day for melons, either. G'ity Property ! Bought, Sold and Rented. ! ! i j "' rilllllU HHILHI..MIMHiMMMaMil I I t I A nice lot of fresh Grapes, Peaches and Mangoes just re ceived at Charles Constans'. John W.. Pearson and family are going to their grove in Lake coun ty for an outing. "Fame," Florida's favorite Mel on on ice.delivered free to any part of the city. Dukes' Green Grocery. Jake Israel returned from Tam pa yesterday, where he has been for a few days on business. The Ocklawaha Social Club gave a watermelon party last night at the residence of L. W. Mann. Any one wishing a mileage book over the East Coast Line is re quested to apply to C. S. McGrary, Ocala, Fla. Mrs. Herbert L. Anderson left this morning for Indianapolis, Ind., where she will spend the summer. Mr. Fossett's little child has been very sick for several days. Dr. Frederick has been in attend ance. Moses Nelson, colored, was be fore his honor this morning for disturbing , the peace. Fined $5 and costs. Misses Hattie Curry, Minnie Nash and Nevada Moring return ed last evening from their trip to Palm Beach. They stopped at the Royal Poinciana, and are loud in their praise of that magnificent hotel. n ru in ru wnere it will bring you 1 zu per cent, r a If so. lnmiirr nf T fiM-pnc ru J J - - ' v v II 111; Iji j i ji ru . . sDO JNOt 9 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, 5 and 6; via Mallory line, July 4. All tickets limited to July 31. Iron clad signature forms required lim ited to a continuous passage in both directions. For further in formation, tickets, etc., call on R. G. Blake, city ticket agent, or John Dozier, depot ticket agent, Ocala, Fla. Rev. T. J. Davenport returned with the excursionists from Palm Beach last night, and says he had a fine time. He took a 6 o'clock a. m. bath in the surf, put up at ! a floating hotel, plucked a pine-! apple from the stalk, saw green j cocoanuts, mangoes, dates, and j sapadillos, as well as the almost extinct orange tree most of them being' in fruit. He beheld from afar the Royal Poinciana, it being closed for the summer, and had a good time in general. He said the excursion was not as largely pat ronized as had been expected, only 450 to 500 getting down as far as Palm Beach. t the Flies Worry You to Deatli ru ru in ru and eat up the food your family should have, when the Are putting up such Nice Window and Door Screens for so Little floney. Yankee Novelty Works We manufacture All Kinds of SCROLL. WORK. BRACKETS MOU! niNri TURNING, WINDOW end DOOR FRAHES, CABINET and all kind! of Carpenter and Job Work. A full supply of Rough and Dressed Seasoned Lumber Constantly on Hand at LOWEST CASH PHICES. 1 ru in nJ represents the Georgia State ' n I IUAD7-U Aff I m . . . or we will loan you from one to ten ! thousand dollars on good approved ! ' real estate. R em ember the place, . . oc Jewc,ry storeM GEO. A. NASH, DEAELR IN PATRONIZE OCALA HOUSE BARBER SHOP, C. V. M c C O.V, PROPRIETOR. The oldest and best established Barber in the city. Only expert workmen employed. Mesdames ISRAEL & BROWN have taken the stand recently occu pied by Mrs. Reynolds and Mrs. Scott, where they will be pleased to see their former friends and patrons and many new ones. . Prices Greatly Reduced to suit the conditions of the times, and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed in the Cheapest Garment. Call and inquire for yourselves and see our celebrated Seamless Waist. All kinds of Dressmaking done at shortest notice. Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, Etc. FINE DRESS GOODS, Laces and Embroidery, Trunks and Valises. Agents for Butterickis Patterns OUR MOTTO: We study to please our customers. cala. : : H: : : Florida. FULLE-R & eLA-RK, DEALERS IN 9 taple and Fancy Groceries Corn, Oats, Hay, Vegetables, Etc. Chickens and Eggs a Specialty. Butler Block Corner Orange Avenue and Exposition St. Ocala, : : : : : Florida.