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3obanson 36ros proprietors. Work for Transient Customers Finished Same Day Received. Special Prices to Families. All uoods will be sold for diaries if! allowed to remain in the office over Thirty Days. Corner flain & South Third Streets. P. o. ccx 625. Ocala, Florida. Wm. Gray, the green grocer. -cnlrl 7,1 chickens, a eeese and 2 r i Curkeys Saturday. P. H. Gillen, who has been sick tfbr a week, is again at his cases in this office. Pears, the last cf the season. Now is the time to fill your empty fruit jsrs. They are fine and 30c ' fper ptck at Wm. Gray's. Young Men and Politics. Kvery Christian in the land should exercise influence on poli tics. For what are politics but the government of the country, and in ithat every paper, every Christian, every religious organization must tiave a strong interest. There are cnany, I fear, who hay,e very little practical interest in politics, and or such the present article is writ Sen Young men need to be oc casionally reminded that because they may be citizens of the New Jerusalem they are on that account none the less citizens of the Ameri can republic, and that no man ' serves God aright who does not take a fair share of political respon sibility, a responsibility we have ty no means discharged when we have listened to afew speeches by our favorite candidates or cast a vote for our adopted party. Paul bids us do whatever we do for the glory of God. At the po1 ling booth, therefore, we should vote for the same lofty spirit of 'worship that we bring to the prayer meeting. We are unfaith ful if we do otherwise. The love -of Christ should constrain us on election days as on other days. Jesus Christ on one occasion sat civer against the treasury and ob served those who cast in their sub stance. Today he sits over against the ballot box, unseen but equally bservant. We may forget him in the excitement cf the election, but lie will not overlook us. My read ers will please observe that I am writing about politics, not preach ing K politics. Herein is a wide difference. v The Christian voung men of our ccbuntry havt fallen into one of Cwo errors. Either they have left politics too much to the control of Hhose who have no Christian prin ciple, and have neglected primaries; or they have been swayed by loy- si'ty to parry rather than loyalty to Jesus Christ. How else can we account tor the evidences of cor ruption in so many of our large rides? )oes not the gospel of Christ demand from us that we look to hecharacter of the candidate first, bd second to the party ticket on vihich his name may appear, am ' hdvc we not frequently reversed this . order, or looked only at the fcket without considering th ssharicter of him for whom Quoted? When we rt member that men are of more importance to the well being of the country than pary; when we recognze that loyalty 10 Jesus Christ in this matter means loyalty to our beloved land alsv, a p )litical millennium will dawn, and te dream cf Macauay in his ' Lays of Rome" will be fulfilled: 'Then none was for a party; , t 1 hen all were for the state; , Then the greit man helped th poor. And the poor man loved the great; Then lands were faiilv poitioned, Then spoils were fairly sold; The Romans were like brothers In the brave days of old." Medhurst. Z " 4-1 F. M. Honneker. wife and little daughter, Maud, returned Saturday 1 stock. evening from a month's visit o friends in Louisville, Ky. Tney stopped in Atlanta and took in the fair on their return trip. Mr. Honneker looks as rosy as a Geor gia apple, and his many friends are glad to find him again behind the counters of H. B. Masters' store. HITTING ON A PLAN. To save money is an excellent idea. You couldn't hit on a Let ter plan than examining' our immense stock of Furniture and House Furnishing Goods. They are wonders in themselves. People cannot understand how we can sell them so cheap. The secret is out: Our immense stock must he reduced. It will he to .your advantage to give us a call while we are reducing our c. Co. oiionocoonononooncsonononK ! Salt Fish ! a. . o I, . 1 1 - o o D O S3 O E3 O . ca o Feel B bday? We ask this repeatedly, because serious diseases often follow trifling o a o a o E3 E3 a E3 O O ailments. I Brown's Iron I Bitters o o o n o o If you are weak r ancl centrally ex- g hausted, nervous, a have no appetite q and can't work, begin at once tak- q ing the most relia- q ble strengthening q medicine, which is r I keep constantly cn hand all kinds of provisions, includ ing rish, Fruits mid Vegetables, and ail kinds of Fresh Green Groceries. I also rtceive daily Chickens, Eggs and Ice. 1 A large supply constantly on hand. Chicamauga and Chattanooga Na tional Paid, will sell round trip tickets to Chattanooga ou Sept. iG to 19 inclusive for only $11.40, good until Oct. 13, 1895. LAND OF HOME SEKKKKS' EXCUR SIONS TO FLORIDA. On Septe mber 4th and October 2nd tickets will be sold by the Plant System to all points in Florida, limited 20 days, from the principal Ohio' and "Mississippi gateways and from points beyond, at one tare for the round trip. Brown's Iron Bit ters. Benefit comes WM. GRAY. IT dose. . g CURES S CARRIAGES Buggies & Harness. Two highest awards at World's "Fair for Ntrcntrtti.lleaiii.T and maw Ir ix years aeo we J selling direct to Consumers at wholesale prices. Result: up ward f IOO.000 Vehicle Hold and our factory now the largest on earth, dealing direct with con- A rm4ftS3.M. VX pace illustrat. free catal-eim. ALLIANCE CARRIAGE O.. CINCINNATI, O. ml "A" Urade. g Dyspepsia, Kidney and Liver g o Neuralgia, Troubles. 5 o Constipation, Impure Blood, a g Malaria, Nervous ailments g o Women's complaints. q Get only the genuine it has crossed red 3 2 lines on the wrapper. O g BROWN CHEMICAL CO. BALTIMORE, MD. g aooonononcnoonononononoci? DYE WORKS ! We are doing work to suit the hard times. Cheapest place in town for Cleaning and Repairing j Hothes. Office i't old express of-1 fice. New York Steam Dye! vvorKS. SEE HERE ! William James, the Upstairs mrber in the Oary lilock, Has taken a Fall ! Hair Cut, 1 5 c. Shampoo, 1 5 c. Shave, 10 c. All work done in first-class style. Come and give me a trial. Wm. James, The - Ucstairs - Rarhpr. GARY BLOCK, OCALA Exposition Street, west from First National Bank. Kates LADIES DO XOU KKOW DR. FELIX LE QRUN'S KIEL (I1SD PEBHYBOYflL PILLS are the original and only FRENCH, safe and re liable cure on the market. Price $1.00: ssat by mail. Genuine Bold only by ONE WAY SETTLERS' KATES. i On September 4th and October ! 2nd, and on the first Tuesday of I ... J eacn month thereafter, until further advised, one way tickets will be sold via the Plant System from principal Ohio and Missis sippi River gateways and from points beyond to principal points in Florida at a rate of one and one half cent per mile, counting short line mileage. ATLANTA, GA. Account Cotton States and In ternational Exposition the Plant System will sell tickets September 5i"h and I2th, and every day from September 15th to December icth. limittd to January 7th, at $18.55. from Ocala. Also September i6tn until December 16th, limited twenty days, at $13.60. Tickets sold every Tuesday and Thursday after September i6th to December 24th at 9.90, limited ten days. KNOX V1LLE, TENN. September 15th to 16th, the Plant System will sell tickets to Knoxville and return account bat tlefield encampment of the Sons of Veterans, limited to return Oc tober 10th at $13.10 from Ocala. For further intormation apply to 14 Mil rUC lflf flAlrof . f " ; T T T t r a I Ucalarlouse, I-.C. Alworth, depot cf Kentucky Horse Breeders' As- ticket agent '0calx ' epot sociation at Lexington, Ky., will i sell round trip tickets to Lexing-i Irortickets to all points, summer VISL Plairat Z0 J vsxem ton on Oct. 7 and 8 for $24.40, good until Oct. 21, 1895. rates and the quickest time, call on or address F. J. Huber, ticket agt., Florida Southern depot; C. F. iires city ticket agen Ocala On account of the Grand Army f the Republic at Louisvihr, Ky., House; H. G. Haycraft, traveling vili sell round trip tickets tf Lou- passenger agent, Ocala; F. M. sville n Sept. 8, 9, 10 and 1 1 for 'Jolly, division passenger agent, ly $1780, g-oa tmtil Oct. 5, Tampa; B W. Wren n, general pas 195. senger agent, Savannah, Ga.; H. C. ?IcFadden, assistant general On account of ded'eation of the passenger agent, Savannah, Ga.