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The Evening Star
PORTER & HARDING, Publishers. SUBSCRIPTION 50 CENTS PER HONTH. $5.00 per Year. 5cts. per Copy at News Stands. Desiring to increas our sub scription list to 603 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. The homeseeker who doesn't reach Florida this year is sadly out of luck. The railroads ot Florida deserve the thanks of the public for the many cheap excursions now being given, Thousands of people can afford to go on these pleasure trips who could not afford to pay the regular rates Ex. Gov. Morrill, of K insas, who started out a short time ago to weed out the corruptionists in Kansas official life, is wielding a very broad-bladed hoe, and the swath he is cutting ought to com mand the admiration of every lover of official honesty. Treasury officials at Washing- ton are discussing the propriety of paying off the government em- rWei in silver Thev sav there pioyees in silver. 1 ney say mere is $480 000 000 of gold in circula tion, and that they have found it impossible to keep more than 60, 000,000 of silver in circulation. Everv sport or new thing: brings its slang or cant with it, which in time may become refined into the permanent language. The latest fad amon? the bicvclistsor "bikes" is to call all womankind "bloom- ers." When 1 i- i r , t , I a teiiow nas "wneeis . in nis neau or -a screw loose, the bicycle slang says "his lamp is out" or "his tire is down." Ex. A certain indication ot the re- return 01 prosperous times is the preparations makine: bv the laree railiniHsnf the ronntrv for im- " I . . . pruvemems curing mc iica.x months, ine rennsyivania, wnicn 1 has done comparatively nothing: in lu f ut-r ni.r me way ui ullvi ujliilo iui uv.aiiy i .r' w;n o r between now and January in im proving: its service. The Baltimore and Ohio will spend considerably more than $2 ooo.ooo, and other t , - I large systems will spend equally as .much. Ex. WHAT DOES THIS MEAN ? Our readers will please excuse shortcomings this morning, as the "fraternity" could not stand pros perity and got too much tanglefoot aboard. Foreman. The above appeared at the top of the local colamn of the Ocala Morning News of yesterday. It is a very unusual announcement and may need some explanation. We are slow to believe that our esteemed neighbors, who are charged with the weighty responsi bility of furnishing our people with daily food for intelluctual culture, would so far forget themselves as to "put an enemy into their mouths to steal away their brains." In order to fillur newspapers with sober thoughts and reliable in formation, those in charge of them ought to abstain from the wine cup. But we will turn the matter over to our temperance editor, who will 1 investigate it and report the facts later. 25 Ge nts The columns of,a newspaper are nr n1off frr ViFrn Miner tn n rarinrr , , , r-' u . world the little family jars that transpire in every community. I Gossipers will spread the news fast j ! I . 1 . ,1 1 1 ! enougn witnout tne local paper mixing in. Besides, the publica tion of items of this kind is of no interest to outside readers, and of no credit to the community. Ex. The New York Commercial Ad vertiser, republican, says : A rap'd fire gun weighing but 45 pounds ana capable of firing 650 bullets of large caliber every min ute, such as has just been tested and approved at Sandy Hook, fills a long felt want. As an attach ment to the recent decision of the United States supreme court touching railroad riots, it fits like paper on the wall. The above is a fair specimen of the utterances of the plutocratic press when it comes to an issue between the working people and the corporations. 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. On Aug. 23, 24 and 25, will sell via all rail to Boston and return, $38 25, and with variable routes be yond New York as follows: Rail to New York and beyond New York, rail in one direction and sound in the other, $39.13. Rail to New York and beyond New York, one rail route going and another re- turning, $39-93- Rail to New York and beyond JNew York, one OUUilu ai,uulw 1 -CUI c An . , , f rPf,irn until Sept. 30, 1895. For further information, tickets, etc., call on C. F. Fa ires, City Ticket Agent, Ocala house office, or F. J. Huuer, Ticket Agent, Passenger Station. For Sale Cheap for Cash, A horse five years old, well broken to both double and sinsrle harness, would make a good saddle nar if tirnnerlv trained. She is 1 . r , x , , , medium sizea, ngnt cnestnuc coior and has no white spots except one on her forehead. Also a BUCKBOARD BUGGY, nearlv new. which has been used very little. It is a nice vehicle for a truck farmer or dairyman. 1 he buckboard is at Mr. King 1... 1 TT 1) man s wagon vvorKb, anu ivir. 1 crcy Williams will take pleasure in showin g it to a ny . one desiring to purchase. For further information apply at this office, or to Room 6, Krpfierirk House, corner of Broad way and Pine streets. Ocala, Fla. Ho for the Beach ! The Want System have on their enmmpr. rntf tn Sr i-'ererhiiror Tarpon Springs, Clear Water, and for points on the east coast, for rates to all summer resorts call on F. J. Huber, Ticket Agent, Fla. So. Depot, or C. F. Faires, City Ticket Agent, Ogala House. 11 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! y. G. Barry, p- Practical Plumber and Contractor. Barrys patent air and gas bur- ners are cleaner, cheaper, sater than wood or gasoline. Pipe gas lights, fire places and all kinds of stoves ior neating. iot necessary to buy a stove. Estimates furnish ed on all work. Satisfaction guaranteed. 1 If vou have an old book that you ! --T TT f 1 Q l l sh'to preserve, take it to the, VV . ST1 . naiiie, WISQ tO prGSCTV Witness 10b office and j u j j . have it D. E. Mclver, UNDERTAKER and EMBALMER Carrying a full line of Undertakers' Supplies, Wooden and Metallic Caskets, Burial Kobes, etc. Orders by mail and 1 raph promptly executed. Miller Block. The New Brunswick Restaurant, Misses Richards & Hallett, Proprietors. Board $3.50 Per Week. Regular Meals 2s Cents. Hot lunches, coffee, etc., at all f the dav and ninht. Ex tra dishes served at moderate prices. Open Monday. Haisley block. Red Oak House, Board and Lodging. Tire. lanre. airv rooms, best of table accommodations, pleasant lo-; cation, one block south from l-.t. & P. depot, on MaB"olia t.t;. j Best of accommodations, quiet and Rates from 75c. to $1.50 pei daj . homelike. Special rates by the week. r cr i ittf p: Ot-nrt Also have desirably located Cot L. b. Li 1 1 Lfci, Krop., j tages to rent. ! & Of ATA. - FLA. I Prof. A. Elll. Hendon will give private instruction in any branches to a limited number of pupils. An excel lent opportunity for students to prepare for required exam- inaticn next session. 6-6t. W. n. Lucius, Stalls I 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, City Market, - Ocala, Fla. Fish, Game and Poultry. Northern and Florida Vegetables. New York, Chicago and Florida Meats. Orders from a distance special attention. given 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- ins: done in first-class order. WM. JAHES. Gary Block. Ocala, Fla. 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 Ladies' an 0 sntiemeirs I. 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. Mrs. D. M. Hick's:E-F-Brown-M-D MILLINERY EMPORIUM We carry a complete and well as- j sorted stock of Up-to-date Millinery Goods at the Lowest Cash. Prices ! Call and examine my stock. Millinery. The latest, The f0vest rices. AT rowns. !. 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 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. OCALA, FLA. Mrs. G. A.B 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. Pliysician & Surgeon. Box 382, Ocala, Fla. Treatment of Cancer a specialty. 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 Watula streets, OCALA, FLA. John G. Reardon, Attorney at Law, 1 Will practice in all Courts. I 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.