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The Evening Star
DYE WORK 3 ! We are doin work to sui: the hard times. Cheapest placi in town for Cleaning and Repairing clothes. Office in old express of fice. New York Steam Dye Works. PORTER & HARDING, Publishers. SUBSCRIPTION 50 CENTS PER nONTH. $5.00 per Year. Stvles 1T J L 5 cts. per Copy at News Stands. CIRCUIT COURT. Yesterday's Proceedings Given in Brief. The case of W. S. Bullcck vs. E. W. Agnew came up for hear ing, the demur ot the plaintiff to the second plea of the defendant was sustained. C'Se of St. Petersburg Bank vs. J. V. Burke, et. al. defendant, mo tion for continuance which the court over ruled, at which ruling defendant excepted. A jury was then empanneled and returned a verdict for the defendant. This case took up a large portion of the day. Costs of the case were tax ed against the bank. E. W. Agnew, et. al. v?. John A. Anderson, complaintants gave notice of appeal to supreme court of the state. L. N. Green vs. D. H. Bacon, claim case, R. E. Connor claimant case was continued. G. R. Priest vs. P. J. Peacher. was called for hearing, verdict ren dered for plaintiff and judgment of $465 1 5 and costs ordered filed against defendant. 'Case ot W. H. Couch v.. E. W, Agnew judgment was.grant d by defaults r Court - then adjourned until this morning, Octobci 31. THEY ESTEEVf A SAILOR. The esteem in which the sailor's calling is held in Massachusetts coast town is indicated by a story that comes from Martha's Vine yard. A teacher was wanted, and a sailor apjilied for the pbsHidhJ rle has to pass an examination by the conmrtee, and tremoled at the ordeal,' being " sadly unlearned in book lore. The chairman be gan the ex iminat ion: MK - f what is the shape 'of the earth?' "It is round, sir," the candidate ansWf red. "How do you know?" "Because I have sailed arou no! it three times." "That will do, sir!" He receiv ed his "certificate" as a teacher without another question being asked. A rgonaut. Figures do not lie. Multiply $36 by 7 and you have $5ooj-provided you invest seven times thirty-six with the Covenant Building and Loan association. Ask M. M. Little about it. What we have to say ... About the.... South and North American Lloyd's Fire Insurance, New York. Established in 1875. Twenty years of fair dealing. Not a suit pending against them for unadjust ed losses. Rated A 1 by R. G. Dun & Co. Service upon State Agent of Florida binds under writers. Reserve for protection of policy holders. Wealth of the Underwri ters,$9 000,000 II as com plied with state laws and author ized to transact business. $1,-000, 00 insurance in force in Florida. Why continue to pay exorbitant high rates when you can get them for less? E. W. GREEN, Agent Ocala and Marion Co. Office at Burnett's Jewelry Store. f Ml rorn n ts all Us23, tiff ttl lib tie icr waarca azl CchooL for Fire. BELL FOUNDRY CO.. Northvilli. Mich. OillCOLLEGE. SOUTHERN FEMALE COLLEGE, Over fifty years un-er the control of en family, nd in their full possession forty-fire years, has been removed from LaGranpe,GM aad open its 63rd pension in Manchester ((Jollepe Park J. Atlanta. September 11.1895. The new brick building- with electric lights, water-works, steam-henting. accommodate 800 board ere. Campus of 2." acres. Library, moMum, laboratory, telescope. Thirty in facultr. Mrs. Sal lie Cox Stanton and Miss Alice Cox. Director of Mupic. Pupils attend exposition; Alumn Day, Nov. 7. European uarty next eumwer. ADDRESS C. C. COX, RCS., Of W. 3. COX, BUS. MANAGER, MANCHESTER, GEORGIA. JU RECEIVED, D MANCHESTER. GEORGIA. I Lr ri Lr i ESESESESESEHESEHEHE ciEBESE05ESESESP TP qHSa5H555aSB5 SI Listen for the IS "Screech Owl' Next Monday. This don't "Tniim'n nfirn But Simply 1 UWII 0 filllUi a Reminder mean the That we are Still "OH DECK" in our line of Business. ll WATCH THIS SPACE. Yankee JMovelty Works. NORTH OF F. C. & P. DEPOT. OCALA. FLA. S7J BSESESESESESESESESESEETEBOBSESESESESESEHESESESESEi ru In ru "1 1 J n ru in ru in ru GEO. A. NASH, DEAELR IN Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, Etc. FINE DRESS GOODS, Laces and Embroidery, Trunks and Valises. Agents for Buttericks Patterns OUR MOTTO: We study to please our customers. Ocala, : : : : ( : Florida. Pre d Ko Powers Dealer in General Merchandise. Produce. Groceries are new and fresh. Also a Good Line of DRY GOODS and NOTIONS and Prices to suit the times. Fuller & Clark's old stand, Exposition Street. r J fc) Montezuma 1 0 PI OCALA, FLORIDA. GIAE US A TRIAL Rates $2.00 to $2.50 Pert Day. George D. Courtney's City Market Grocery, is the bestplace in the city to buy your fresh groceries. A complete line of S taple and Fancy Groceries constantly on hand. I keep every thing in the grocery line. Country Produce, Chickens and Eggs 'bought and solid. Bread, Pies and Cakes fresh from the bakerv. G-ivis jug; Call, and us Convinced. Open the Year Round. Special Rates by the Week, Free Sample Rooms. The Star, 50c pr Month.