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VoL I. No. 131. OCALA, FLORIDA, OCTOBER 3!, 1895. Price Five Cents
PUBLISHED EVERY DA V IN "THE! WEEK EXCEPTING SUNDAY.
ALL OYER THE WORLD
FLASHES OVER THE WIRE
CONDENSED FORM,
IN A
PRINCE BORIS.
Sofia, Oct. 31. It is announced
in official circles that the infant
Prince Boris, son of Prince Ferdi
nand ot Bulgaria, will be baptized
in the Russian orthodox faith.
OYSTERS, OYSTERS!
Fresh, fat, fine, today by the
quart, gallon, or in the shell, on
ce at L. S. Black's, stall n, city
imarket.
Items of Interest for Everybody Who
Desires to Keep up With
the Times.
A HIDDEN TREASURE.
Philadelphia, Oct. 31. Thomas
Moore, jr., and two other workmen,
while excavating for pipe connec
tions in Market Square, in Ches
ter, Pa., Thursday morning, un
earthed a small preserving jar, con
containing gold and silver Spanish
coin, estimated to be worth at
least $150. Some of the coin bore
the date of 1800 and some of it a
later date. A a old market house,
erected in the last century, stood
on the site where the money was
found, and was torn down in 1857.
It is thought the' money was
buried by one of the marketmen.
PHOSPHATE DEAL.
Charles Constans was up before
the mayor this morning for ob
structing the sidewalk, and was
fined $1 without cost.
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NEW DEPOT.
Gainesville, Fla., Oct. 31. The
new Plant System passenger depot
is ready for occupancy, and all
trains wilP arrive and leave from
this point, beginning with some
day about the middle of next week.
The Florida Southern track is also
complete, independent of putting
down the switch in front of the de
pot. The new depot is a magnifi
cent one, ana every convenience
will be afforded the traveling pub
lie there. The railroad eating
house will also be ready for occu
pancy in a few day.
J. Buettgenbach of Belgium,
after looking the phosphate fields j The fire boys are busy wallin
over, decided to purchase a plant up the sidewalk just north of the
which contains twenty acres of -fire station, and will fill it up level
rich phosphate land from Fulton j with the road, making a much
and Al worth of Citrus .county, j needed addition to that part of the
The consideration was the snug street.
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sum 01 30,000, mostly casn. ims ,
is said to be the biggest price
paid for so small an enterprise of
that kind ever made in Florida.
AN IMPORTANT CHANGE.
Beginning tomorrow and con
tinuing, the S. S. O. & G. trains
will run to Florida Southern de
pot. This will be a great matter
of convenience to the city gener
ally and especially to this part of
town.
Additional Locals,
PHOSPHATE RAILROAD.
Gainesville, Fla., Oct. 31. B.
Arentz & Co. are apparently in
the railroad building business.
Their latest venture is the build
ing of a road from their mines in
the western part of this county to
Lake Butler, a ' distance of about
thirty-five miles. B. Arentz is him
self the author of the report and
says he mean? business and will
commence in a few days to survey
the new line.
in Jail.
Jacksonville, Oct. 31. James
Bowers, a well known negro crook,
is now in the city jail, the result of
his entering the room of G. P.
Harrison last night and stealing a
lady's gold watch.
ANOTH ER APPO I N TM E N T,
Assistant General Passenger
Aent H. C. 'McFadden . of the
Plant System has appointed G. A.
Cullen chief clerk of his department.
Take your prescriptions to
Tydings & Co. and get their
prices. Only pure drues used.
The Presbyterian church is be
ing cleaned up and decorated pre
paratory to the meeting of dele
gates next Thursday.
x The Covenant Building and
Loan association will pay you S per
cent for the use of your money, or
loan you theirs at 6 per cent.
Which do vou prefer? M. M.
Little will explain to you.
.The circuit court will close Sat
urday, the docket will not be fin
ished by any means, but the time
allowed is fully used up.
Engine No, 208 came up town
this morning from the F. C. & P.
depot. The broad gauge track was
found to be in good condition.
Mrs. R. G. Blake is expected
home from a two months visit to i
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the mountains. Her husband
went to Citra yesterday to meet
her but was disappointed.
Commencing Friday morning,
Nov, 1st, all passenger and freight
trains on the S. S. O. & G. Ry
will leave Florida Southern depots.
All freight for Tampa, Lakeland,
Inverness, Dunnellon and all
points on and via the Plant Sys
tem will be received at the Florida
Southerm depot. F. C. Alworth,
Agent. 3d
C. R. Burt and wife of Homo-
sassa are in the city. Mrs. Burt is
very grateful for the courtesies
shown her and the prompt settle-
of her insurance by the companies
"W -W V
01 whicn u. vv. uavis is repre-v
sentative. The adjuster, M. A.
Fuller of Jacksonville, visited Mrs.
Burt at Homosassa two days after
the fire, and after thoroughly in
vestigating the loss, paid the claim
of $1740 in five days after the fire.
Mrs. Burt's loss was fully $4000
She spoke very highly of the
satisfactory manner in which
Messrs. Davis and Fuller settled
this generally tardy business. Mrs.
Burt thinks of locating in Ocala
and will also build a summer home
on their island in St. Martin's
River. 1
Wanted at Once.
An agent in every county in the
state to sell the official and only
catalogue of the Cotton States and
International Exposition. Every
body wants one, whether they are
going or not. Liberal commission
paid. Address C. D. Crutchfield,
Oviedo, Fla.
Great Bargain.
An improved Gordon job press,
12x18, for sale at this office. This
press was purchased at the factory
for 300, f. o. b., and has only been
used a few weeks. We bought it
at foreclosure sale and will take
175 cash for it:
Rev. J. P. Hilburn, the new
pastor of the Ocala Methodist
church, is a fine preacher and an
active worker. He has already
won the hearts of his people and
they are justly proud of him. He
is a strong advocate of temperance
and will be found in the front of
the fight that is now on against
rumsellers and drunkards.
A Noted Specialist.
Prepared by Education, Developed
by Experience and Rewarded
by Success.
Will Visit Ocala Regularly.
Dr. W. T. S. Vin
cent, founder of the
Medical Institutes
nvhich bear li s name,
originator of the best
knwn and most ad
vanced system of
treatment for Chronic
Diseases, is a medical
srecialist of acxnowl
egei success, who h?s
fttainei a well-earned
reputation because of
years of exrrience
and a large and con
stant special practice:
associated with every
form of chronic dis
ease, he has thuseach d
a degree of perfection and ability in the diagnosis
and treatment or this class cf affections, which
enables him to locite diseases of the most ob
scurr, difficult and obstinate character, and de
cide whether curable or not, in almost every in
stance. NEW METHODS OF TREATMENT
discovered by him, through original investigation
extensive research, and careful experiment have
placed in his hands almost infalhable remedies
for the cure of mny of our most dangerous
chronic diseases. Dr. Vincent has on file proba
blv a longer list of testimonials cf cures than any
other specialist in the State. He is particularly
well known throughout the United States and
Canada as the originator of
THE IMPERIAL RUPTURE CURE.
This g and treatment is safe, speedy, painless
and peimment, ro operation, n j cutting, no de
tention from business, no cure, no pay.
Sufeerers r requested to refer to Jacksonville
paper f r testimonials of cures.
Dr. Vincent has decide 1 to visit Ocala every
fourteen da vs uu'ing the jear. Consult him at
the Ocala House
Monday, November 4th, 1895.
Rooms Strictly Pri' ate. All curable cases of
Cata'rh Nose, Throat, and Lung Diseases, Eye
and Ear, Stomach, Lier and Kidneys, Gravel,
Rheumatism. Haralysis, Neuralgia. Nervous and
Heart Diseases, Blooa and !Skin Diseases, Con
sumption in tarly siages. Diseases cf Bladder
and .Female Oigans. bexual Weakness and pri
vate diseases skillfully treated. We undertake
no incurrble cases, but cure thousands given up
to die.
Consultation, free and Confidential.
Headquarters 317 Main St., a:ksonville, Fla.
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atches, Jewelry
AND - OPTICAL - GOODS.
Gieaning, Repairing and Engraving.
Guaranteed First-Class Work.
North Side Square, Ocala, Fla.
"red Q . B Wei hie.
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Postoffice Drug: Store,
DEALERS IN
Drugs, Chemicals, Patent Medicines,
Fancy Goods, Stationery, &c,
5os
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Soda Water and Ice Cream.
Physician's Prescriptions Corefully Compounded.
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W. A. REDDING,
ZVa yV).yAiVsx
flanager.
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"Dress
MRS. M. E. HODGE,
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Making and General Sewing.
'All.Cutting, Sewing and Fitting done in the Latest Style, at the Lowest Prices and
on short notice.
"Room 3 LJ pstairs, Worth Side Square, Oca la, Fla.
HOTEL
ACME
Horth Magnolia St., Mortli of F. G. & P. Depot, OCALA, FLA.
Has been thoroughly remodeled pnd refurnished throughout
Beautiful airy rooms and best table board to be had in the
city for the money. '
Rates $1.00 per Day.
Special Rates by the Week.
High Grade Goods,
Low Grade Prices.
Repairing and Kngraving.
AH Work Guaranteed at A. E. Burnett's, Jeweler
Merchants' Block, Ocala, Fla.
FALL MILLINERY!
Having just received a full line of the
latest styles of -fall millinery, we are now
ready to please the ladies. All we ask is
for you to call and see us.
Thanking you for past favors, I am
Kindly yours,
Mrs. C. A. Brown.
New Fall millinery Goods.
. Mrs. D. 2XE Hick.
is carrying a beautiful line of Pattern Hats and Everything
New and Stylish in the Millinery Line.
Call ar.d examine goods and get prices.

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