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Vol. 1. No. 51.
OCALA, FLORIDA, AUG. n, 1895. Price Five Cents PUBLISHED EVERY DAY IN "THE WEEK EXCEPTING SUNDAY. IN AND ABOUT THE TOWN. Some Things - You Know and Some Things You Don't Know. Chickens, big, little, old and young, today at Gray's. C. E, Alson left today for Opc lika, Ala. All styles Linen Collars and Cuffs for io c. at The Bazar Store. Col. N. Barco, of Crystal River, is in town. Houses to rent from $$ to $15 Inquire of I. Stevens. We are still in the Custom Made A QUESTION OF HISTORY. Clothing business and can fit you. Piices right. ; . Davidson & VanEchop. Dr. W. H. Hartshorn, tho phos phate man, left this morning for Walpole, Mich., to spend the sum-j out of the state and the Star man mef. j gets his name as a hotel arrival, No one man is expected to know every other one. So when a citizen registers at one of our hotels as from a town tern Work goes, .steadily forward on the Silver Sp rings road. Ocaia has more enterprises than any city in the state today. ' We carry one of the most com plete lines of Men's Fine Shoes in town. Patent Leather, Cordovan and Calf. " ': A : : " ' ' Davidson & VanEchop. Capt. Larnerd, of the Plant sys-1 . . rn, is out today. u John Dozier, the F. C. & P. pas- 1 senger agent, has returned irom A fine lot of young fat chickens for sale today at Gray's. J. W. Hoefge, of Tampa, was in town yesterdgy. v H Reduced prices in every depart ment for cash at The Bazar Store. H. Stacy is in Mart el on busi-. ness for a few days. ' Something: nice for dinner to morrow at Misses Richards & Hal lett's. Mr. Randall left today for Niles, Ne., via the F. C. & P. Six-room house tor rent on South Third street. Apply to C. D. Massey. .-". MrsPasteurs left this morning for Morehead City on a visit. F, N. Cooper, Practical Tailor. Altering, cleaning and repairing. Over BazanStore. M. G. Gibbons, of Tampa, was at the Ocala house yesterday. Use "Dead Stuck." Kill bugs, roaches, mosquitos. 25 q. bottle at The Bazar Store. The hauts-beaux are not as thick now as they will be later in the season. f See our windows. A "Big Job" Half Hose Goods, worth 20 c for 12 c. The Bazar Stoke. his trip to Fernandina very much improved in health. "If Any porson wishing a good pas ture for either horses or cattle will please call on B. H. Seymour, Ocala, Fla. Terms reasonable'. 36- 2W The Woman's Foreign Mission ary society.,' had an interesting meeting and a large audience at the Methodist church last night. Mr. and Mrs. Turner, of Inver ness, came up today and purchased tickets to Tullahoma, Tenn. They left this morning via the : F. C. & P. at 11 o'clock. i Sunday school convention at Summerfield, Fla. Tickets on sale via F. C. & P., Aug. 22. 23 and 24. Limited to Aug. 27. 90 cents tor the round trip. , The South Florida telegraph of fice in the Ocala House is ready to transmit messages to all parts of the world, having recently put in a Western union wire. There will be a" special excursion to Atlanta from Palatka and inter mediate points Aug. 19, 1895, via the Georgia Southern and Florida railway, at j?4 for the round trip. the news gatherer is not to be blamed. But we notice in a local daily a little tale about "Mary queen of Scots deserted by his friends," etc Glad to know, brother, that Mary vvasa man. . f History fails utterly to tell us this. But the best of us are prone to err, so if you don't want ;us: to give you away bodily, just wink at our little shortcomings. w -9 cue -3 SNAKES Rev. TV J. Davenport, the Bap tist minister, is married. He took A goodly number of our citizens unto himself a helpmeet soon after took in the St. Augustine excur sion today, r ,,V, Puff Bosom S&rts, white l and colored fronts. Davidson & VanEchop. Collector King has not returned from Ozona, as stated in yester day's News. -vyz Remember, we are closing out our entire line of Straw Hats AT COST. Davidson & VanEchop G. SL Scottf wife and children left' this morning lot Marietta, Ga., . to spend the summer. s V n Take your Sunday dinner at Misses . Riqnards & ; If allett's c jVou rttlget;a good meal for 2$ a The Rant system's elursibn into Ocala today; brought - a good many strangers to bur xMy: ? Bring your job work to the Star office and sec how cheap they will do.itfor.ypuo::.i l U' . J. M. Davis, of Apopka, who has been visiting his son, Geo. W. Da vis, returned home yesterday. giving up his appointment here. We wish him a: long life of happi ness. 1 i The Covenant Building and Loan association will paylyou 8 per cent for the use of your money, or loan you theirs at- t 61 pjer ceh Which do you prefer ? M. M. Little will explain to you r - Dr. J. M. Thompson and wife have . gone to Newberry, S. C.f where tfiey will spend two or three veeks visitin g relatives at their old home. They left on the 11 o'clock train this morning. Davidson 8c YanUchop are now in their new quarters and are ready to serve tfieir many.custoraers, bet ter than , , hcrebef ore. V Everybody invited to inspect pur new line of Negligee Shirts. Davidson & VanEchop, To Trade.A ood Itnprbved Missouri farm, in southeast Mis souri. The Ozark mountaia sec tion and home of the big red apple, for a : JEflorida jyroperty. :r Owner lives iri onda Enquire" at this wmuc, yr : ,i 4proudv Dennis Jaclcson and Cornelia Hodges were married in the court house this afternoon at 2 o'clock by S. A Bullock, N.P, The groom ; had the long green on him. "The left on the F. C & P. for a bridal tour. v r:,-':'rK- r'.-"J.-l SAILOR ;H ATS ! A v Two cases just.received. "All the latest styles" at Mrs. C. A Brown's. That Pass in the Night An Arlington Man's Experience. A man at Arlington the other night was awaked by his wife, who told him to see what that was that she had knocked from the mos quito bar. . He , jumped out of bed and struck a light, and imagine his horror to see an immense snake crushing a venerable rat in its folds. ',;Viv ,. ': -1 The snake, seeing nobler game, dropped the rat, which was dead by this time, and went for the man, who, however, succeeded in killing the reptile. ' He then returned to his.bed and slept the sleep of a just conqueror. This is a genuine snake story, as the man lived a long way from a bar room and the snake killed was not a spiritual one. AND - OPTICAL - GOODS. Gleaning, Repairing and Engraving. GUARANTEED FIRST-CLASS WORK. ' North Side Square) Ocala, Fla. on erne r- 1 lj :Fred'O.B.W 9. R. B. Mitchell &. Co. . DEALERS IN Drugs, Chemicals Patent Medicines, ' ' " Fancy Goods, Stationery, &c, Soda Water and Ice, Cream. ":.' :'... Physician's Prescriptions Corefully Compounded. ! :"." .; ,'. - :: - . ; i -r '.'--; .: " "; , Post Office Drug . Store. The Smoke. Lord, I have laid-my heart upon thine altar, - But cannbt get the wood to burn; It hardly flares ere it begins to falter ' And to dark return. Old sap or night-fallen dew has damped the fuel; - In Vain my breath would flame, provoke; Yet see at every poor attempt's renewal, :":"L To thee ascends the smoke. " :r ; 'Tis all I havesmoke, failure, foiled endeavor. Coldness and doubt and palsied lack; Such as I have I send thee. Perfect Giver; v Send thy UgWilng back.1 '"V -.McDonald.? ATTENTION, TAX-PAYERS ! f The tax book for 1 894 will close the 1st of September and property will be advertised, for ? sale first Monday in October hextr ; Come and pay your taxes'; and save expenses. F. D. Pooser, Tax Gollector Marion county, Fla. July 30, 1895. i.The new: armory is rgoing up rapidly an d begins;; to assume quite the appearance or a building of - first-class The soldier boys will soon have quar ters of which they will be justly 1 . 1 . Speaking of the 'patience of Job, old Job wasn't in it compared with our cityweir driller Liddonwho as wortedfor two nionlhslstedi- iy trying to recover his hsdrillfand seenis-tot be no 1 rieMfer recovering his property than the day; he lost it. It is not algethe the Value of the drill that spurs him to such efforts, as he must commence an entirely new well if he does not succeed in clearing this one. 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. 3rIT JIX8 A.- OlII -A.isrr CONVINCED. One Door North from City Market, Ocala Fla. - Tlhe Ocala Photo 'S oppoMtoit ontezuma Hotel 1 1 11 nest flitos, Poilrafe asi 08 S.y . .. . . BABIES QUfeK - AS A .WINCC-! . . ; and is made' only by us. . I. r ' . Call and see Samples. "T if 1 141 4 . ..0 OW OS ad aces. .f, V ' : j Repairing -and Erigravingi- All Work Guaranteed dt A. E. 3tHC Merchants' Block, Ocala, Pla. S, Jeweler.