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The Evening Star
PORTER 6t HARDING, Publishers. SUBSCRIPTION SO CENTS PER HONTH. $5.00 per Year. 5cts. per Copy at News Stands. LIV1NC. I am often so tired and disheartened I hardly know what to do; 'Tis biking and sweeping and dusting And woiking the whole day through; And each day is so like its brother That I scarce can tell one from another, And even the Sunday so blest Is broken and marred like the rest With the work that I just need to do; So I wish that I couU ba like Mary, Yet remember th serving of Martha, And know that the Lord loved her too. My evenings are filled with the mending:, For there's little to make that is new; The children are busy with lessons And John has his late chores to do; And each evening is so like is brother I scarce can tell one from another; But the Word and a hymn are a rest, And the hour of our prayer is so blessed To us who have so much to do; Though I wish that I could be like Mary, I remember the housework of Martha, And know that the Lord loved her too. And so we must just go on serving If serving is given to do; But our hearts can be loving like Mary's, And our worship be tender and true. If each day is so like its brother That we scarce can tell one from another, . Our hearts can make milestones of hours, Set thick on our journey like towers On the highway of holiness true; And we can be loving: like Mary While working and serving like Martha, And know that our Lord loves us too. Selected. Tf you have money in your cket and your house needs re- . tirs, spend ir. This is'the way -omake times bvtter. H. G. Haycrafr is the champion excursion man. When he starts after one he fetches 'er," and it is not a two by six either. Look out for a crowd on. Saturday next. Aldekman Will Hockek has clothed himsejf in gh ry by the firm stand he has taken against the Sunday liquor sellers. He is a young man of wide culture and exemplary character, and his ser vices are in great demand. Thkkk are three men spoken of in political circles for our next governor, namely, W. D. Bloxham, Fred Myers and Henry W. Long. The Star is decidedly in favor of the latter. Mr. Long is one of the best men in the state, and the peo ple will make no mistake by put ting him into the gubernatorial chair. The president has another daughter, which arrived at Gray Gables, the president's summer home at Buzzard's Bay. This makes three girls for the president and Mrs. Cleveland Ruth, Esther ana trie taby. urover wanted a boy, but as he couldn't help him self he is mighty well satisfied as matters now stand. An article appeared in this pa- per a few days ago which was taken from the Baptist Witness, and seemed to charge our city council with granting liquor li censes. This is a mistake. The article had no reference whatever to OcaJa's efficient councilmen. Our city council has no authority to grant licenses for saloons. This is done by the board of county commissioners. We are very glad to make this explanation. Womanly Women. There ?n still womanly women in plenty The trousered imitator of mm i- more conspicuous than her unper verted sister, but she is not more beloved nor anything like so numerous. On every hand arr wom.inlv Christian mothers, wives I and sters, t whm all this foof clatter about t he "tyranny ofman." etc., is as foreign as the lingo of the aborigines. Such women are still the mainstay of the churches and the hope of the nation. Ic is to be hoprn that the advent of the bicycle will not make fools ! of all our girls. Let the girls have j a good time and let them rejoice in the advantages of this genera tion, but let them nut forget that wifehood and motherhood are stiil the maiden's crown, and that the hand that rocks the cradle is yet more mighty than the foot thzt pedals the wheel. "Favor is deceitful and beautv is Vmf n wnman that farptb thei Lord, she shall be praised." X. D. F. Whetston, of High Springs, is registered at the Montezuma to day. Ocala has an unenviable reputa tion as a fighting town. Every day reports divers scraps, and even some bona fide fijrhts. Times art cn ilv that uf nrt thinbino - seriously ot putting on a fighting editor. Some one handed in a lo cal yesterday of a young gentle man being bitten on the hand by a member of the canine tribe, which we since learn was another j young gentleman, who of course j resented the statement. For the benefit of the injured party we will state that we printed this with the belief that it meant literally what it said. Hereafter, before printing anything about biting dogs, we will run around town and inquire if any one's dog has been using his teeth on his neighbor's calves. Ho for the Beach ! The Plant System have on their summer rates to St. Petersburg, Tarpon Springs, Clear Water, and for points on the east coast, for rates to all summer resorts call on F. J. Huijek, Ticket Agent, Fla. So. Depot, or C F. Faikks, City Ticket Agent, Ocala House. Th poetess Ace Cwry, has saiti: "We are loo much given to sigh for the far off and unattained, when right around and within us are the means and sources frorn which we might draw if wc would. 1 . Excursion Rates to Crystal River and Homosassa. The Plant System will sell tick ets to Crystal River and Homo sassa, one fare for the round trip, every Saturday, good until the fol lowing Tuesday. For local and through tickets call on C. F. Faires, city ticket agent, Ocala House Local Schedule F. C. & P. COMING SOUTH'. Leave New York. 12:1 5 a "in: leave Washington. 11:01 a m:leave Savannah, 5:55 a m; leave Jackson- vill( 0!-0 a m. a. Qcala -mS , y-j , - r - p m; arrive Orlando, 6:15 p m; ar rive Tampa, 7:10 p m. Leave New York, 3:20 pm; leave Washington, 10:05 p m; leave Sa- vannah, 4:44 p m; leave Jackson- ville 9:35 p m; arrive Ocala, 3 a m; arrive Orlando 10:50 a m; arrive Tampa, 9 am. GOING NORTH. Leave Tampa, 7 am; leave Or lando, 7:35 a m; leave Ocala, 11:10 a m; leave Jacksonville, 5:40 p m; leave Savannah, 10:14 P mI arrive Washington, 9:36 p m; arrive New York, 6:23 a m. Leave Tampa, 7:00 p m; leave Orlando, 4:50 p m; leave Ocala, 1:05 a m; leave Jacksonville, 7 a rn; leave Savannah, 11:30 a m; ar rive Washington, 6:42 a m; arrive New York; 12:53 p m- Cheap Excursions via Plant System, boston, mass. Convention Y. P. S. C. E. and Nation? Young People's Christian Union Tickets on sale July 8 and ! io. cood to return until July 31. 0c tare for the round trip. BALTIMORE, MD. Baptist Young People's Union t America. Tickets on sale Jul' joocl to return until 16 and 1 7. (. August 5. One tare the round tup. BOS'! ON, MASS. Triennial Conclave Knights of j Pvthiw. Tickets on sale August j 23 t 25. Good to return until j Sept. 10. One tare for the round j trip. ! For further information apply to j C. F. F .res, t cket a-ent of the Plant System, Ocala House office. i Ocala. or anv a cent ot the i Jant 1 . OVStern The New Brunswick Restaurant, Misses RiGiisrds & Hallett, Pronrietors. Board $3.50 per Week. Regular JXleals 2s Cants. Hot lunches, coffee, etc., at all ! f the dnv and nicrht. Ex j j -' 1 trr dishes served at moderate . prices, block. Open Monday. Haisley Red Oak House, Board and Lodging. ! Nice, large, airv rooms, best of table'accommodations, pleasant lo cation, one block south from r. C. & P. depot, on Magnolia street. Rates from 75c. to $1.50 per day. Special rates by the week. D. S. LITTLE, Prop., OCALA, - FLA. ndo TO will give private instruction in any branches to a limited number of pupils. An excel lent opportunity for students to prepare for required exam ination next session. 6-6t. W. n. Lucius, Stalls 1 and 3. City Market, will keep constantly on hand a full supply of Florida and Western Beef Pork, Mutton. Chickens, Eggs and Vegetables of all kinds. Try our Silver Churn Butterine on Ice. T. A. YANCEY, Butcher, City Market, - Ocala, Fla. Fish,. Game and Poultry. Northern and Florida Vegetables. New York, Chicago and Florida Meats. Orders from a distance given special attention. The Boston Tonsorial Artist, Who is upstairs in the Large, Cool Rooms in the Gary Block, is able to please all customers Come and see me. Hair Cuts, Shaving and Shampoo ing done in first-class order. WM. JAHES. s Gary Block. Charles Constans, Foreign and Domestic Fruits Melons on Ice delivered to any part of the City. Vegetables and all kinds of Country Produce. Candies, Nuts, Tobacco and Cigars. Stop when passing and examine my stock f H. Chaille, g. 9, emiemen s K A B Board and Lodging. Opposite Tost Office. Miss M. f. Wilson, PRIVATE BOARDING HOUSE. Nicest Location in the City. Special Low Kates 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. Phe latest, The LfoWest P rices AT Mrs. C. A. Brown's. Thomas J. Clary, Justice of the Peace, First District, Marion Co., Fla. Office in Court House. Prompt attention given to all Civil and Criminal Cases tinder my Jurisdiction. OCALA, FLA. Albert Wright, Attorney at Law. j Room 3, Merchants' Block, OCALA, FLA. James H. Hill, Attorney at Law. County Judge's office in Court House. OCALA. FLA. Oil Millinery. A. H. R. Fredrick, M. D. Physician & Surgeon. Diseases of Women and Children a Specialty. Office opposite Arlington Hotel. Ocala, Fla. R. D. Fuller, Dentist. Office over Merchants National Bank. OCALA, FLA. James Chace, Dentist. Office over First National Bank, OCALA. FLA. E. F. Brown, M. D., Physician & Surgeon. Box 382, Ocala, Fla. Treatment of Canckr a specialty W. H. Marean, M. D., Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon. Flectro-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. John G. Reardon, Attorney at Law, Will practice in all Courts. Union Block, OCALA, - FLA. James D. McConnell, Attorney at Law. Office in First National Bank Block, OCALA, FLA. E. P. Allen, Attorney at Law. Room 3, Merchants' Block, OCALA, FLA.