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Dy the Ocala Temperance Reform Club. Edited by J. A. Munden. "The Club meets every Sunday afternoon at four o'clock in Temperance Hall. Ttoe Public are invited. CATHOLICS SPEAK. The Catholic Total Abstinence Union of Amerida convened at Columbus Hall, New York, Aug. .7, and continued in session three days. Among the prominent speakers were Archbishop Ryan and J. Washington Loague, of Philadel phia, and President Glory. It was recommended that the lecturing system be extended as much as possible; that temper .ance literature be disseminated in 2very place, and that total absti nence societies be started every parish. , To show the trend of the' speeches, we quote from one speaker as follows: . "It is not the sin of drunkenness -alone that our grand organization is prepared to combat. Our far ireaching purpose is to aid in cor recting the foolish drinking cus toms of society, to make the prac tice of total abstinece popular, and to brand with odium the indefen sible and dangerous social customs hat are a stumbling block to the veak and a temptation to all. There can be no affiliation be tween the church and the saloon. The church will not and cannot permit that the drinking den shall flourish beneath the shadow of the -consecrated house of prayer."; The following resolutions were .adopted among others: "Resolved, That we urge every where, by votes and influence, the enactment of such laws as the 'screen law,' the 'single entrance' Jaw, and all v laws which may in - any way help towards the strict enforcement of the present excise Jaws. . "Resolved, That we co-operate with our non-Catholic fellow-citizens in every legitimate effort to restrict the evils of , intemperance. "Resolved, That we urge the formation of total abstinence soci aties among women, girls and .boys, and we urge men's societies to give them every encouragement in their power. . . Jacksonville seems to .be some what stirred up over- the Sunday a!oon;ordinance; The leader of the anti-saloon men is one of the councilmen, x?ho declares he is go ing to fight the' non-enforcement of the law to the last ditch. He will be reinforced by almost every minister in the 'city. The battle promises to be a-hot one. We sin cerely hope the defenders of the -ordinance will come out victorious. y v The attendance at the Ocala 'Temperance Reform Club yester was not as large as usual, owing to the inclement weather; but Mis Bertha Gamble was' oh hand, and rendered, with excellent effect, an impressive, recitation, entitled "A Barrel of Whisky enumerating liy the barrel the immense cata logue of woes it contained las it -was started out on its mission. - Figures do not lie. .Multiply $36 by 7 and you have Ssob-provided you invest seven times thirty-six :dth the Covenant Building and "Loan association. Ask M. M. ILittie about it. Delmonico Hotel. Handy to Depot. Best of Table Delicacies. Large, Nicely Furnished Rooms. "Rates $1 per Day. Special, rates by the week. North Magnolia St. A. E, HOLLAND, Local Agent of the American Detective Agency of Indianapolis, Ind., undertakes the recovery of lost or stolen property, investiga tion of crime. Collecting a spe cialty. Florida's Favorite Melon. "Fame," Florida's Favorite Melon, on Ice, delivered to any part of the city at Gray's. Nice lot of chickens just received. Jersey Block Ice Cream is still in the lead. Exposition street. v LIDDON BROS., . Liverymen First National Bank Block, Ocala, Fla. Fine Livery Turnouts and Saddle Horses. Charges Reasonable. Orders by Telephone op otherwise ' will receive prompt attention. J. w. Davis, City Market, t Dealer in all kinds of Florida and Western 4 v.- 1 J- . , Fileats, Poultry, "; ; Vegetables and, Fish. Bring in your Produce and try, my Goods. ids Brothers 9 DEBLERS IN m ,w jmi .. ... Chicago and Florida Meats, Turkeys, Chickens, t .;4 Eggs, Sausage and Country ;; Produce Stalls 6. and - 8 City. Market. . OCAtA, IA.. Are Hard and you need not deny it. But you will forget it when you buy- Groceries and General Family Supplies. of the , , - , Ocala, . fopercial J vErchahge Company, ' They also run a Tailoring: Department where they t do Repairing, Cleaning and Dyeing, All work done to order and sat isfaction guaranteed. j j- I ' i 4 ' . Business Manager. Exposition St., Mitchell Block, Ocala, Fla. t , " limes H. L Weller, fatcia ier, Jeweler and Engraver. SPECIAL PRICES. At Carlisle's Drug Store d3 1- 70 o r CD C9 O 70 a z o CO . " - 0 M O 0) O C I 0) H m m o o. o o p 3 O CO Z B p 3 o mmm O .w o (A 2 r r P Q PLANT SYSTEM FOR BOSTON. TRIENNIAL CONCLAVE, KNIGHTS V- TEMPLAR. Qn Aug. 20 and 21, will sell to Boston via Savannah and steam ship, round trip 34.40; via Mal ory line 31.90. On Aug, 2324 ad 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 iri 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 New York, one sound going and another returning, 38.34. All tickets gobd to return until Sept.. 30, 1895, by application to ticket agent at terminal line. For further information, tickets, etc., call on C. F. Faires, City Ticket Agent, Ocala house office, or F. J. Huber, Ticket Agent, Passenger Station. -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. Huber, Ticket Agent, Fla. So. Depot, or C. F. Faires, City- Ticket Agent, : l7' , Ocala House. EXCURSION RATES To Denver, Colorado, via Plant System. Ori account of American' Phar maceutical association, on August 1 o and 1 1, will sell round trip tickets to Colorado Springs, Mani tou, and Denver, at one , fare for the round trip. , Tickets good until August 28. Stbrovers will be allowed at points mentioned above. Usual diverse routes allowed west of St. Louis and Kansas City. ' For the quickest time and best route call on ;v C. F. Faires, ; City Ticket Agt, Ocala house. . . F. J. Huber, 1 : Ticket Agt., Fla. So) DepotlJtf If you have an old book that you wish to preserve, take it to the Witness job office and have it bound. 3! O r- O P o 3 -t 2L v CD T! 2. cn 3 P 3 r Q. g- 'CL r-- O o o W O W. H. Chaille, 183 an R mens 1 m TAU Board and Lodging. Opposite Post Office. We carry a full line of . Wee Staple and Fancy Groceries also in con connection a first class BAKERY. Bread, Cakes and Pies baked by best Baker in the city. RESTAURANT at rear of store. First class fare for the local and traveling public. Give us a trial. dwards&Son S Baptist Witness Building, corner Fort King and Osceola street. Miss M. J. Wilson, PRIVATE BOARDING HOUSE. Nicest Location in the City. Special Low Rates by the Week and Month. .Millinery. The , Latest, . I he Lrovest Prices, AT life rows a is) ra 0'0'K: MJU KszB IMJ UU&MJWiXjTi Proprietor of the only first class Colored Barber Shop in the pity. 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, H air Cutting a! d Shampooing in the latest styl Only first class men employed. Give me a call. H; K. WILLinffi, Tonsorial Artist. Hair Cutting, Shaving, ' Dyeing. and Shampooing Done in Latest Style. Call and give me a trial. Montezuma block, Ocala, Fla. Sn ITH HOUSE Large, cool and comfortable rooms nicely furnished. Best of accommodations for the general and traveling public. Rates $1. 00 per day or 4.00 per week. North Magnolia Street. nGentral - f Hotel, - Mrs. Maud Duran, Proprietress. Service and Cuisine first class. Best Private H otel in the Town. Special Low. Rates by the .week. -1 j'V.; S. -BLACK, tt Vwrf? Stall No. 1 1. City Market. SH FISH ON ICE DAILY. FBI Fresh water varieties- Bream and .r--:: Trout-"' ; Salt water varieties constantly on 'ty:l;r?:'r:6iy i hand,, s . , Country Produce, h - ; Eggs and Poultry, ) Bought and Sold. Prices cheaper than any in the market. D. E. McS ver, UNDERTAKER and EM BALM Carrying a full line of Undertakers' Supplies, Wooden and Metallic Caskets, Burial Robes, 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. . ; : 1- , Red Oak H ouse, Board and Lodging Nice, large, airy rooms, best of table accommodations, pleasant lo cation, one block south f rom 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. John W. Pearson, Real Estate fan Hi Phosphate and Timber Lands. roperty Bought, Sold and Rented OCALyA , Xx A. T. A. YANCEY, Butcfier, 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. JAflES. Gary Block. Ocala, Fla. Charles Constaes, Foreign and Domestic Fruits Melons on Ice delivered to any part of the City. Vegetables and all kinds of Country Produce. -n Candies, Nuts, Tobacco and . ' Cigars. ...;,;., : ; ' ; ;' ; Stop when passing and examine my stock JOHN E. DAVIS, -DEALER IN Groceries knd Cigars, Tobacco, etc., General Country Produce. Fruit bought and sold. Prices the -;. ,v lowest. ; S s -;: Two doors west of Mitchell Block, Exposition street. General Family Supplies, Thomas J. Olary, Justice of the Peace, First District, Marion Co., Fla. OfBce in Court House. Prompt attention given to all Civil and Criminal Cases under my Jurisdiction. OCALA, - FLA.