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By the Ocala Temperance Reform Club. Ocala House Barber Shop Barbers' Supplies for Stic Cosmetics, Brilliantine, Colognes, Rev. J. P. Hilburn and Isaac Stevens, Editors , ComhSf Tonics, Razors i and Fixtures will be sold cheap The Club meets evary Sunday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock in Temperance IlalL The Public are invited. 1 Some papers that seek- to please ; the vicious glasses of the people j speak of tne Sunday closing of the saloon as a hardship. There sure- j ly can be no hardship in this ex- j cept to the saloon-keepers and j those they ha've made drunkards, j Are these classes entitled to spe- j cial regard by our law-makers? j Shall we put a premium on law lessness by allowing these wreck ers of homes and destroyers of lives to open their places of busi ness on the Lira's day, while dry goods' h-.iu'rs and other places of business are cUsear iov:u A tr of noison snould ,be i A. summarily, dealt with at the hands of the aw, and his victims should for cash. Hair Cutting-, Shaving, Sham pooing, and Dyeing, ail done with neatness and dispatch, and in the prevailing fashions. C. V. McCoy, Prop. m m in mm C m W A S II I N G TON HOUSE Furnished rooms and lodging for ladies and gentlemen on Exposi tion street, two blocks west of court house. DYE WORKS ! Wears fIoinr work to sui qJ iu PFCFIVPD hard times, for Cheapest place in Cleaning and Repairing clothes. Office in old express of fice. New York Stearn Dve be pioT. tted from his malign influ- j Works. '-nee. . OCALA. - FLA 1 Sunday closing is a step m the right, direction, and will doubtless be followed by more stringent leg islation in the near future. And yet some people will vote again st Mayor Rcardon because he insists that even saloon-keepers rnusr. libev the law. l ft"? 03 Pi 1R iMwitac'M!aig,aMilar-1 MRS. M. E. HODGE, t)ress Making and Genera! AllCuttins, Sewing and FittJng done in the Latest Style, at the Lowest Prices and . on short notice. "Rooms LI psta Irs, Torth Side Square. Ocala, Pla. N ew F Q I F. C..4 P. Low Rates to Atlanta. Special low rates for the teach ers and pupils of -the Ocala High School to Atlanta and return. Upon written application of the principal, the F, C. &. P. will sell party tickets for 25 or more cover ing students and teachers traveling on one ticket for $8.05 each These rates to. apply daily until Decem ber 25, 1895, inclusive, with limit to continuous passage in t?oth di rections with extreme limit to ten days from date of sale. John Dozier, Agent; R. G. Blake, City Ticket Agent; W. H. Hopkins, Traveling Passenger Agent. TOURISTS & SPORTSMEN Has ;ny one seen . a-. saloon-ketp-r wearing a Rcardon hadve? One v:raw rnav iHw which wav the w ijcl blows. Rr..d the Star. A sh p canal across the Isthmus vidi th Nicaraguah route, is en tirely lca.sibtc xrom an engineeiing point view. Tne cost of the project as estimated is $100,000, 000. but doubtless this sum is too small by many millions. In ail probability twice that sum will be required. But the enterprise is worth it. Although the weather was none too bright yesterday, there was a very good attendance at our churches, and the sermons were fully up to the high class of dis courses that our ministers are noted for. A respectable colored workman told us that while returning home the other night in a lonely part of the city, he was attacked by two roughs, who tried to rob him, but were frightened off by his calling for help. The Elks memorial services yesterday evening were carried out according to the program publish ed in the Star. The exeicises were very impressive and were rendered to a large and select au dience. What is the reason Ocala can not have another school building to be located in the northeastern portion of the city, so that pupils residing there may not be com pelled to walk so, far? - Cheap Rates via1 Plant System to the Cotton States and Inter national Exposition. For the above occasion the Plant System will sell round trip tickets to At lanta as follows: Round trip to At lanta on sale daily for $18.55, good until January 7, 1896; on sale daily $13 60, good twentv days from date of sale: on sale Tuesdays and Steamer Astatula will commence Thursdays $Q.Q0, srood ten days to.run Tuesday, Nov. 26, making from date of salt. For the quick- one trip a week, leaving Silver est time to Atlanta and all other Springs 11:30 a.m. for Palatka. points call on C. F. Faires, city Sickets and reservations can be ticket agent, Ocala House, or F. J. j had by applying to C. F. Faires, Huber, ticket agent, Florida j city ticket agent Plant System, Soutern. depot, I Ocala House. nillifiery D..KC Hick is carrying a beautiful line of Pattern Hats and Kverything B 0 1 1 fl ticai HI FIJ ru Lr ru Lr in ft u 3 1 J 1 J! Have vou seen the Peace Patent Safety Folding Bed ? It is handsome in appearance, easily handled, a Settee when thrown back, perfectly safe, a great economizer of room, and at a price within the reach of all. Manufac tured by the Yankee Novelty Works. Call and see sam ple. Also dealers in rough and dressed Kiln-Dried Lumber, Scroll and Turned Work, Mouldings, Mantels, Window and Door Frames, and General Job Work at Live-and-Let-Live Prices. North of F. C. & P. Depot. ru J i j 1 J l n i 1 i j 1 ji ji i j j i ji GEO. A. NASH, Call and examine goods and get prices. DEAELR IN A looted Specialist And health-seekers. I am pre pared to board a limited number of guests at my residence on' St. Martins river, four miles from Ho mosassa and three miles from the gulf. Best of fishing and oysters. Hunting and boat accommoda tion. Fish and oysters always on the table. Address E. F. Wheeler, Ozello, Fla. NOTICE. Prepared by Education, Developed by Experience and Rewarded by Success. Dry Goods, Notions ir.4- IC La WHS Visit Ocala ReuIarSy. r A new business, especially for ladies' goods. All kinds of silks, satins and woolen goods, and this is the latest improvement for dry cleaning of clothes. We guar antee satisfaction, and all orders out of the city get prompt atten tion with short notice. The New York Steam Dye Works, Ocala, Fla., opposite Ocala House. P.O. Box 86 1. Dr. W. T. S. Vin- ! - ? cFnt, founder of the i Medical Institutes i which be-ir hs name, j ' originator of the best J kn-Avn and most ad- j vanced system of V , ' treatment for Chronic j J - Diseases, is a medical j f s specialist of acknowl- edged success, who has ! retained a well-earned ! reputation because of years of experience and a large ar,d con stant special practice: v . associated with eery form of chronic dis ease, h e has thu sreached a degree ot perfection and ability in the diagnosis and treatment of this class c f affections, winch enables hini to locate diseases of the most ob scur", difficult snd obstinate character, and de cide whether curable or not, in almost every in stance. NEW METHODS OK TREATMENT discovered by him, through original investigation , extensive resean h, and carerul experiment Jiave placed in his hands almost infalhable remedies for t ha cure of m-ny of our most dangerous chronic diseases. Dc, Vincent h-s on file proba bly a longer list of testimonials cf cures than any other specialist m the State. He is . particularly well known throughout the United States and Canada as the originator of TIIK IMPERIAL RUPTURE CURE. This g'and treatment is safe, speedy, painless and pei munent, ro operation, no cutting, no de tention from busines?, no care, no pay. Sufferers are requested to refer to Jacksonville papers for testimonials of cures. Dr. Vincent has decide i to visit Ocala every fourteen days curmar the year. Consult him at I the Ocala Reusa from n a m to S p m, Monday, December 2, 1895. Pooms Strictly Private. All curable cases of Catarrh. Nose. Throat, and Lung Diseases Eye and Ear, Stomach, Liver and Kidneys, Gravel, t Rheumatism, Paralysis, rseuralgia. fervous and Heart Diseases, IJlool and Skin Diseases, Con sumption in early siages, Diseases cf Bladder and Female Organs. Sexual 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., Jacksonville, Fla. COMMISSIONER'S SALE, 9 HJ&. VVL7 FINE DRESS GOODS, and Embroidery, Trunks and Valises. Agents for Butterickis Patterns OUR MOTTO: We study to please our customers. Ocala, : : v : : : Florida. Fred SC. Powers, Dealer in General Merchandise. Keeps on hand a full line of Choice Family Groceries and Country 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. . Hi) LC-iy OCKLAWAHA RIVER. OCALA, FLORIDA. Rates $2.00 to $2.50 Open the Year Round Per Day. Notice is triven that under and bv virtue of an order of the Honorable James H. Hill, County,' Judge lor Marion County, Florida, on the peti tion of B. DuPree Hodge. Sheriff and Ex-Officio administrator of the estate of Thomas Hockley, deceased, to pay the debts against said estate. The undersigned will offer for sale at public auc tion for cash, on the first MONDAY IN DECEMBER, 1S95, in front of the court house door for Marion county, Florid, at is o'clock m.. the following lands: An undivided one half interest in lots numbered thirty and forty-three according to a survey and plat made by T. M. Kickard of the James Mcintosh lands in the Sanchez, iirant. Said plat recorded in deed book L" page 223, in clerks office, Marion countv, Florida RAYMOND B. BULLOCK, Commissionsr. cial Rates by the W Free Sample Rooms. ee The Star, 50c pr Month.