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The Even i no; Star
PORTER 2 HARDING, Publishers. SUBSCRIPTION SO CRNTS PER HONTH. $5.00 p;r Year. 5cts. per Copy at News Stands. The South Bend, Ind., Times tells of an old Nobe county farmer who, on being asked what he thought of the weather, is report ed to have said: "When the Al mighty was running it I could tell something about when it would rain; but since it h is been turned over to Hicks 1 can't tell a blamed thing about it, 'An exchange wants to know what makes one town grow into a City while others with equally good locations remain . villages. It is because in the one case there are men of push and energy who are not afraid to spend their time and money to improve the town, says ;he Plainfield, Ind , Sun. And be sides, they give their job printing to their home paper. Enough crab grass hay has been harvested in Citrus county this year to last until next season, for the first time in the history of the county. Ic is indeed surprising to see how this grass grows here. Hon. T. J. Cochran brought a bunch to our office last Friday which measured over nine feet in length. What county in this state, or what state m the union, can beat tbat? C.tus County Chronicle, A man is confined in the jail at Tallahassee under a sentence from Judge Swayne of eighteen months and a fine of $550. He was charged with cutting 750 logs on government land, and possibly his punishment is not excessive; but another man for the same offense only he cut 2000 logs got off with a fine of $5. Now, what we 'want our arithmetical friends to determine is: Hovv many logs would a man have to cut before the government would let him off completely and throw in a chromo as a reward for enterprise? Talla hasseean. DIED. Mrs. Allan Forte died at Moss Bluff yesterday morning and was buried this morning. Undertaker J. A. Pittman sent the casket aown last night. 1 1 Mrs. Terrell died at Leroy early this morning. Her husband came in this afternoon and purchased a very fine casket of J. A. Pittman. She will be buried this afternoon at Leroy. OCALA RIFLES ! Headquarters Co. A, 2 1 Bittalion, F. S. T., Ocala, Fla, Oct. 14, 1895. General Order No. 12. All active members of the corps will report at the armory on Tues day eveniug, Oct. 15, at 8 o'clock p.m., in blue fatigue uniform. R. E. Davidson, Cantiin Commanding Co. C. V. Roberts, ist-Sergt. Morales & Co. made a big with drawal of tobacco from the bonded warehouse yesterday. The duty alone was about 500. CIRCUIT COURT Yesterday's Proceedings Given in Brief. Attachments issued for Henry James, wicness for state. Also for James Smith. R. Bullock was appointed state's attorney under section 1355 Revised Statutes and was duly sworn. Regular vnue for second week of court hiving buen executed and returned, the following persons answered upjn htinz; called: B. F. Holly, C E. Higginbor ham, L Dozier, R. E. Bogie, D. L. Geiger, J. ?vl. Robinson. Dan Rouse and G. W. 1 ligginbotham. The following named persons on the vein t were no: su n ninH: D. H. Hobkirk, C. M. Waite sides and J. N. E I wards. A physician certifi 2d that L. O. Boyd was not able to attend court, so he was excused. Tne additional venue heretofore ordered and issued for this week for the trial of criminal cases was also returned, executed and filed. Upon motion of state, attach ment was issued for H. B. King as witness for state. He appeared and made satisfactory excuse, so was discharged without cost. State vs. James Parrymore. J. Hoag, jr., attorney for defendant, entered plea of guilty and had nothing to say why sentence should not be passed. Sentenced to the state penitentiary for one year. State vs. Isham Newsom, for as sault with intent to rape. J. Hoag, jr.. attorney for defendant. Was arraigned for trial and en tered a plea of not guilty. Jury returned verdict of guilty. De fendant, having nothing to say why sentence should not be pass ed, the court sentenced him to the state penitentiary for twenty years. State vs. Patterson, larceny. Wm. Hocker, attorney for defend ant. Plead not guilty. Jury found him guilty. otate of Florida vs. Jackson Rendley, murder. Grand jury found a true bill against him. State vs. N. Perry, larceny. Jury returned verdict of guilty. Tne court then adjourned till 9 o'clock this morning. THE MAYOR'S COURT. There was only one case before the mayor this morning that of a colored man for plain drunk. He was fined $2 and cost. M. W. Till ot Dunnellon is in town today. W, M. Ackermanof Gainesville is in the city. Jake Gerig went to Gainesville yesterday on business connected with his cotton trade. OLLEGE, SOUTHERN FEMALE COLLEGE, iwr Hftr r?irs nn-Vr th control of on family, and in their full possession forty-five ytars ha ben rpmovod from LaGrAne,G& ad open its 63nl session in Manchester (Collet? Park . Atlanta. Septemoer 11, 1S95. Th new brick building, with electric lights, water-works steam-heating, accommodates 800 boarders. Campus of 23 acres. Library, reuneum, laboratory, telescope. Thirtr in faeultr. Mrs. Saliie Cox Stanton and Miss Alice Cox. Director of M usie. Pupils attend Exposition; Alumna Day. Nov. 7. European xarty nx iumir. ADDRESS C. C. COX, PRCS., OR W. S. COX, BUS. MANAGER, MANCHESTER, GEORGIA. f OX P jj Clothing. I Flens, Boys A FULL LINE FANGY VE Largest Assortment of Negligee Shirts. H. JN eglisrcc blurts, w J9 NOTICE. The firm, of R B. Mitchell & Co. is hereby dissolved and the business will be conducted in the name of the Post Office Drug Store, R. B. Mitchell being no longer connected with the business. All of the obligations of the late firm will be paid. Post Office Drug Store. W. A. Redding. Manaerer. Sept. 27, 1895. Ocala, Fla. 1 esicsi To nJ i fhey Star and Chiidrens Clothing in the Latest Styles. 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