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The Evening Star
PORTER & HARDING, Publishers. SUBSCRIPTION SO CENTS PER HONTH. $5.00 per Year. 5cts. per Copy at News Stands. Dasirinir to increas our sub- C9 scription list to 600 during the present month we have decided to take subscription at 25 cents per month, or 10 cents per week. The latter must be paid in advance. There are a great many rumors afloat in regard to the state of E. W. Agnew's mind. But as we have some regard for truth, we re frain from publishing anything on . - this line until we know it tor a certainty. It is now a settled fact that the $20,000 bond proposition will be voted down, and well might it be, for. as we have said before, it ximiill mrplv Vr malrincr fine debt (ind a worse one) to pay another. The News, in its issue of the i8:h, gave its readers some figures which looks as though the editor was either thinking about some- thinr else when he wrote it or t. it .1 i-,r.i, u r I A mtm w l- I w-h. tf- W r I lciiiuic iiiujaiit. Me says tnat 11 15 000 in senpr should run five years it would cost the neonle 20.700 against 6 ooo tt ii 3q nnvone ran nee He fieri nets I y fifteen cents every year for fiive years. Let us say this is an idea we had not thought 01 suppose we let it run seven years and de- duct the nrteen c?nts every year and we will have the script-holders owing the city fwe pr cent on the face of the script. Now that is as sensible isn't it ? We have not the space to write a lengthy article on this subject, but believe the people to be smart enough to figure and see for them selves. Marti City, The Star reporter is indebted to John King, of the custom house, r , z-i.i in.. Ttr n T-ifjn;nnr r hp rnrni nrn v mm , . , . Kny yesueraay evening, on nis rounds connected with custom house business. We went through Jose Morales's big factory, where there were about 75 men busily en- employed in the different branches - a 1 1 T .1 I 01 me cigar ousiness. m tne room devoted entirely to making the weeds it was a perfect buzz of Spanish all jargon to us. The general superintendent of that de partment presented us with some nice Havana cigars, which were of an excellent flavor. We visited other factories, but hurriedly, and got a very good idea of the stir ring business qualities of our little 25 Cents Cuban neighbor. There is no sign of hard times out there. All have work and spend their money freely, have a good time and enjoy life. These Cubans are very social among themselves, and spend a great deal of their time in the pub lic places, Sunday being a great day for sports and amusements. All public places being kept open. Jose Morales's new brick factory is under full headway, and will soon be completed, which will be the first brick structure in the city. Mr. Rheinauer's big factory, the largest in the city, was all life and bustle, and turns out an immense number of cigars every week. club will have special attractions Sunday afte.noon at Temperance hall. See Temperance column. A Correction, The Morning News of July 7 said : 'Two prominent citizens became engaged in a wordy war in a saloon yesterday afternoon, which would have probably ended in a free fight had it not been for the discretion of the aggressor, who beat a re treat at the critical moment." One paper of Jacksonville re ports the same matter, but adds that the altercation was between a French chemist and a German one, who beat a retreat. The part of this information con cerning the French chemist is in- correct. He never had any diffi- culties with any one, and writes to the Jacksonville paper for rectifi cation. Good laws cannot give financial independence unless aided by in telligent individual effort. PLANT SYSTEM FOR BOSTON. TRIENNIAL CONCLAVE, TEMPLAR. KNIGHTS On Aug. 20 and 21, will sell to Boston via Savannah and steam- ship, round trip $38.25. . .. & to Vstnn and return. f l ' a - - r r iTri I r n I I $38 25, and with variable routes be- Yd New York as follows: Rail to p n j Qne directi(;n and sound in the other. SQ.n. Rail to New York and beyond New York, one rail route going and another re- turning. 603. Rail to New Vnrt nnri hfVMnrl New V nrk. one sound jroinp-and another returning. . 1 o - -: n . 39.34 All tickets good to return until Sept. 30, 1895. For further information, tickets, City Ticket Agent, Ocala house J cr i. t tt oince. or v. . 1 1 uijick. Ticket Agent, Passenger Station. Take the Star today at 25 cents. For Sale Cheap for Cash, A horse five years old, well broken to both double and single harness, would make a good saddle nag if properly trained. She is medium sized, light chestnut color and has no white spots except one on her forehead. Also a IJUCKDOARD BUGGY, nearly new, which has been used very little. It is a nice vehicle for a truck farmer or dairyman. The buckboard is at Mr. Kmc:- man's wagon works, and Mr. Percy Williams win take pleasure in . . . showing it to any one desiring to purchase. For further information apply at this office, or to Room 6, Frederick House, corner of Broad waV and rine streets, Ocala, Fla. 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. HuiiER, Ticket Agent, Fla. So. Depot, or C. F. Faires, City Ticket Agent, Ocala House. 5 Proprietor of the only first class Colored Barber Shop in the city. I have taken charge of my old stand on Exposition St., three doors west of First National Bank building and solicit your patronage. I am fully prepared to do Shaving, Hair Cutting and Shampooing in the latest style. Only first class men employed. Give me a call. GAS ! GAS ! W. G. Barry, p Practical Plumber and Contractor. Barrys patent air and gas bur ners are cleaner, cheaper, safer than wood or gasoline. Pipe tras lights, fire places and all kinds of stves for heating. Not necessary S &SL StlJn'guS: anteed. If vou have an old book that you wish" to preserve,' take it to the Witness job office and have it bound. D. E. Mclver, UNDERTAKER and EMBALMER Carrying a full line of Undertakers' Supplies, Wooden and Metallic Caskets, Burial Kobes, etc. Orders by mail and telegraph promptly executed. Miller Block. The New Brunswick Restaurant, Misses Richards & Hallett, Proprietors. Board $3.50 per Week. Regular Meals 25 Cents. Hot lunches, coffee, etc., at all hours of the day and night. Ex tra dishes served at moderate prices. Open Monday. Haisley block. Red Oak House, Board and Lodging. Nice, large, airy rooms, best of table accommodations, pleasant lo cation, one block south from F. 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. 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-Gt. W. fl. Luci OS 5 Stalls I and 3, City Market, j will keep constantly on hand a full j supply of j Florida and Western Beef j Pork, Mutton, Chickens, Eggs and j Vegetables of all kinds. j Try our Silver Churn Butterine j on Ice. i 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. Gary Block. Ocala, FJa. 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 Prof. A. Kendon A j TXT T T o i 1 1 j vv Hcilllt?, Laoies an H Gentlemen's TAURANT. , 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 j "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. Miner lj-atest, Y'he Lf-ovvest P rices. AT Mrtmm7o 1 Thomas J. Clary, o UStlCG OI Ilie X'eaCC, ! First District, Marion Co., Fla. Office in Court House. Prompt attention given to all Civil and Criminal Cases under my Jurisdiction. OCALA, FLA. Albert Wright, Attorney at Law. Room 3, Merchants' Block, OCALA, FLA. James H. Hill, Attorney at Law. County Judge's office in Court House. CCALA, FLA. y. Irs. 0, A. A. H. R. Fredrick, M. D. Physician & Surgeon. Diseases of Women md Children a Specialty. Office opposite Arlington Hotel, Ocala, Fla. R. D. Fuller, Dentist. Office over Merchants' National Bank. OCALA, FLA. James Ohace, Dentist. 0 Office over First National Bank, OCALA, FLA. E-p-Brown'M-Il- Physician & Surgeon. Box 382, Ocala, Fla. j Treatment of Cancer a specialty. W. H. Marean, M. D., Homeopathic Physician arid Surgeon. Electro-magnetic and Massage Treatment employed in treating 1 t a . i- . ....... - r anionic uiseases. diseases 01 Women and Children a specialty. uiiice, corner 01 second and Main streets. Residence, corner of Second and Watula streets, OCALA, FL A. John G. Reardon, Attorney at Law, Will practice in all Courts. Union Block, OCALA, FLA. James D. MeConnell, Attorney at Law. Office in First National Bank Block, OCALA, FLA. E. P. Allen, Attorney at Law. Room 3, Merchants' Block, OCALA, FLA.