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N2ij' S3 hi E3 Vol. I. NO. K). o ? c A 1 1 o , iC5 95. a. 1 . & r, PU ISHED EVERY DAY IN HE WEEK LXCEPTiNG SUNDAY. f k . r a f - t "r ' -" i tt' r 'iVike your Sunday d:?'!-1- at rmmu has mfd ) u i l rrj v a n d S o m Fhiivrs You Don't Know. Miss Ilian Aired is quite sick. Chickens, bitr, little, old and y ( u i ' ,ii , tod ay a t 1 r a y';s. H. V. JoweH. of Jacksonville, is in town. Ail sT.vles Lint n CoJInrs and Cuif'i f jr io c. at Th iiazar Store. Cnll'. etor ilinr returned from Ozona today. Ileuses to rent from $$ to 315. I Inoutre of I. Stevens. ' W. M. Ivosp, of Corinth, Miss., . is at the Cicala house. A fine lot of young fat chickens for ta!e today at Gray's. B. G. Waynard, from Lowell, was in town yesterday. Reduced prices in every depart ment lor cash ac The .Bazar Store. L. Keeler, of Palatka, was at the Ocaia house yesterday. Six-room house tor rent on South Third street. App.y to C. U. Massey. Ernest Parr, of Tampa, is visit ing Ocala for a few days. F. N. Cooper, Practical Tailor. Altering, cleaning and repairing. Over jjzar Store. Mrs. John Driggers is visiting for a few weeks at Eustis. Remember, we are closing out our entire line of Straw Hats AT COT. Davidson & VanEchop. Capt. John Welsh, from Welsh ton, was in the city yesterday. Puff Bosom Shirts, white and colored tronts. Davidson & VanEciiop. W. C. Barnes, a former typo of Ocala, called on us this afternoon, j See our windows. A "Big Job" Halt Hose Goods, worth 20 c for! 12 c. The Bazar Store. W. G. Pollard, of Nashville, ! Tenn., is at the Montezuma today. Use Dead Stuck." Kill bugs, roaches, mosquitos. 25 c. bottle at The Bazar Store. J. E. Richards, of Newark, N. J., registered at the Montezuma to day. There are a great many people in town today, and business is good. Something nice for dinner to morrow at Misses Richards Sc Hal- lett's. There is something in the wind. Look out for it yrou will hear of it soon. S. J. Hilburn, of Palatka, was registered at the Montezuma yes terday. Miss Neeiy Peny, from near Bartow, is on a visit to Mrs. M. F. Dodson. Why is a printer like an old maid? Because he has to make up his form. The Covenant Building and Loan association will pay you 8 per ('cent for the use of your money, or (loan you theirs at 6 percent. S Which do you prefer ? M. M. Little will explain to you. 1 will get a good rncai tor 2$ c. Trero will be a grand concert and entertainment at the colored masonic hali Monday night, Au. I2f 1895. Iring your job work to the Stak office rtfid tee now cheap vhey wiii it f. r vou. Co). Ts. iarco, the wen Known treasurer of Citrus county, was transacting business in Ocaia yti terday. We are still in the Custom Made Clothing business and cairk you. P:ires ruht. Davidson c: VaxEciiop. Miss Maggie McCarthy, of Old Town, on the Suwannee river, is visiting Miss Cloud Waterman for a few weeks. The hustling firm of Davidson & VanEchop have now one of the nicest stores and best displayed stock in town. Work goes merrily forward on the Silver Springs road, and it be gins to look very much like busi ness out there. We carry one of the most com plete lines of Men's Fine Shoes in town. Patent Leather, Cordovan and Calr. Davidson & VanEciiop. The ?Iisses Collins, of Tallahas see, daughters of the state treas urer, are visiting the family of S. P. Anthony. W. W. Clyatt and wife left this evening for Cotton Plant, where they will spend Sunday with Mrs. Clyatt's parents. Mrs. H. Stacyr, at corner of Mag nolia and Fifth street, will want a few good gentleman boarders at $3.50 per week, Best of accom modations in town for the money. 17-tf He took h?r little hand in his, his love was hot and sizzin'; and when she didn't jerk it back, he knew that it was his'n. Ex. Iiss Lizzie Pratt, of High Springs, who has been spending several days visiting Mrs. R. R. Carroll, returned yesterday even ing. 0 W. H. Lucas, of Jacksonville, is in the city working up a big excur sion to Atlanta to come off soon via the Savannah, Florida and Western. Pearson Moody who has been spending a month at Orange Springs, returned yesterday and says he enjoyed himself immense ly while up there. C. E. Herrick, manager of the Dixon Pencil mills, at Crystal River, has recovered from a severe illness, and was in our city yester day on business. 'What 're you up to?" asked a crook as his pal lifted a handful of coin out or the money drawer. "Sh! dont say a word. It's a free silver move of me own." Ex. Davidson & VanEchop are now in their new quarters and are ready to serve their many customers bet ter than herebefore. Everybody invited to inspect our new line of Negligee Shirts. Davidson & VanEchop. CPA- 'V'r-i O i 1 J i t i r i l i Y I In Favor of Albert Wright Notice Posted 4 1 3 iviorni n. SURPRISE TO EVERYBODY. Everybody was surprised this morning when a notice appeared on the window of W. W. Condon's jewelry and music house, to the ef fect that he had made a deed of as signment in favor of Albert Wright as assignee. Mr. Wright told a Star reporter this morning that Mr. Condon's business was not in as bad a condi tion as it m'ight be, and that he had ample resources to more than pay all he owed, but there would have to be time to collect in. He said Mr. Condon's creditor's were crowding him, and he could not get what the people owed him. So something must be done to protect himself and others. Mr. Wright says there will be v ample to pay off all liabilities and then have a handsome sum left to Mr. Condon's credit. The deed of assignment was ex ecuted late yesterday evening. ' The people of . Ocala regret ex ceedingly to hear of this estimable young man's misfortune, and ex tend to him their sincere sympathy READ AND HEED. There will be a public meeting of the Woman's Foreign Mission ary society at the Methodist church Sunday evening at 7:30. A very interesting program has been prepared and good music will be a feature of the evening. We hope all will attend this meeting, as there is special good to be accom plished and you can assist by your presence. BADLY BRUISED. Just before noon today R. T. Murrell, the Georgia fruit mar, was coming up Main street, his horse broke loose, ran up against the posts set up in front of Duke storeand badly bruised Mr. Murrii's foot and leg. He was assisted into the Banner office, where assistance was rendered. ATTENTION, TAX-PAYERS ! The tax book for 1S94 will close the 1st of September and property will be advertised for sale first Monday in October next. Come and payf yrour taxes and save expenses. F. D. Poosek. Tax Collector Marion countyT, Fla. July 30, 1895. SAILOR HATS ! Two cases just received. All the latest stvles" at Mrs. C. A. Brown's. The Seminole Social club gavte their first social partv at the resi dence of Mrs. O. G. Finch last night. All enjoyed themselves finely. VV , V V 1 V, V '? M ft r V.. 9 O P i 11 guaranteed first-class work. North Side Scuare, Gca!a. F!a. aA v-iEiriA- - w v- w. AA aAM a & A2va v i VxW AA w V DEALERS IN Drugs, Chemicals, V so Fancy Goods, Stationery, &c, Soda Water and Ice Cream. Physician's Prescriptions CorefuIIy Compounded. ! AA i Post Office s N s ww. vv-y v w wivy "VK vV-v vv vA7? wV7 Wf K A-f George D. Courtney's City Market Grocery, 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. rIC u. CALIv AIVJO COXA INCGD. One Door North from City Market, Ocala, Fla. & The Ocala opposite Montezuma Hotel. inesii Photos; " Portraits and Views. BABIES QUICK AS A WINK! n. e3...th e GA RE30N and is made Call and see Samples. H igh Qrade Goods, Low Qrade Prices. Repairing and Engraving, All Work Guaranteed it A. E. BtSmett'S, Jeweler. Merchants' Block, Ocala, Fla. t-, i' y , i t A o O s ihreaUoboVveitie s) ft7b$2v Zv2' A AA m c 23$ WW A W 4 AA AA Patent Medicines Drug Store 7k Photo Co. m- 0 EETTEE IS OUR SPECIALTY only by us.