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Vol. I. No. 229.
OCALA, FLORIDA, JANUARY 31, 1896.
Price Five Cents
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY IN "THE WEEK EXCEPTING SUNDAY.
TIIK LIT MR A RV SOCIKTV
After a susoension of several
HUNTING PARTY RETURN
OCALA HOUSE ARRIVALS.!
months the Ocala Literary and ! Alfcrd, Gordon Sinclair, J. A. Mc
Dbiting Society give one of their j Cormick and Will Weston, who
charming entertainments in Wit-! went to the Suwanee river some
ncss hall tonight. days ao on a hunting expedition,
The exercise commence at 8. have returned and report having
All are cordially invited. Follow- j killed dead oodles of game and
The paity consisting cf R. A. i These Who Registered at The
Oca a Vestcrdav.
ing is tnc program:
Essay Miss Lula Gary
Recitation Tivian Dame
Declamation J. II. Curry, jr.
Song Wm. Dale
Recitation Miss I "ranees
Debate Resolved, that the
k'reatiy astonished the natives by
their skill with the rod and gun.
Miss Carrie White, sister of
Charles W. White of Citra, died at
her home in that place Tuesday of
Dr. John A. Wyeth, New York.
W. W. Dodson, New York. j
J. W. Doland, lloston. j
Mrs. E. M. Rust, New York. j
Miss Grice Hawes and sister, j
Bridgeport, Conn. j
E. M. Jolly, Tampa. ,
J. V, hurke, II. G. Eagleton. J. j
XV. Lancaster, S. XV. Tcague, Rev. ;
J. C. Porter, city.
AND - OPTICAL - GOODS.
Guaranteed First-Glass Work.
Under Montezuma Hotel, Ocala, Fla.
Fred G EL W eih
president's late mcssige concern- j consumption, and was laid to rest ,
in the Venezuelan boundary dis
pute is unwise. Affirmative: Ray
mond 15. Rullock; negative, J. I.
Finney. Critic, Jake Strauss.
D. Kahnwciler, New York.
THE RIFLES MEET.
The Rifles met last night for
drill and to transact business. Al
though several members of the
company were on the sick list, a
good number was present, and
some excellent drilling was in
yesterday in the family burying
ground at Orange Springs.
Miss White was a very sweet
young lady and was greatly b3 i Smith, jr.. Cincinnati
loved by all who Knew her. : ; Howel). New York
J. E. Lucas PaLtka.
V. L. Starr and wife, New York.
S P. Sligb, Lady Lake.
W. M TiT, DunncJk.r.
Mrs. Wr. W. Smith and W. W.
Postoffice Drug: Store,
A NEW STORE.
The Choral society held a meet
ing last Tiight and rehearsed sever
al of their beautiful pieces.
We are pained to hear of the
sad and sud len death of John
Gresham of Inverness. lie was a
young nan of much promise and
had just been licensed to preach,
lie will b greatly missed in the
Sunday school and church work.
For rent. Two nice sunny
rooms, furnished, with or without
table bj:trd. Corner Orange r.nd
Eighth streets. Apply to Mrs.
C. A. Brown.
Dr. E. C. Hood, so well known
in our state for his good works, is
spending a few weeks in Ocala,
loDking after his large landed in
terests and orange groves. We
are glad to see him in fine health
and excellent spirits.
Uring your job printing to this
office. We are prepared to do any
and all kinds of job printing at
prices that will surprise you.
Citrus county is a little ahead of
us this vear inasmuch as she pro
duced one full-grown ripe orange
in the grove near Homosassa for
me rly owned by Green leaf &
More. Truro will be many scat
tering orsngen in Citrus, Hernan
do and Marion counties next year.
We learn that the enterprising
firm of Martin & McConnell will
open up a branch store soon in the
room next door to II . R. Masters,
recently occupied by S. W. Moody
S. L. Hawthorne, Hawthorne.
A. II. Agnew and wife, Har
T. A. Whittaker, Jacksonville.
II. C. Lipford, Atlanta.
H. E. Wiggins, St. Louis.
'JACKSON VILLIC TO KAN-
Capt. Wheeler's Atlanta party
who are stepping with him on the
Drugs, Chemicals, Patent Medicines,
Fancy Goods, Stationery, &c,
Soda Water, Coca-Cola, Hot Coffee and Beef Tea.
Physician's Prescriptions Carefully Compounded.
F. C. A L WORTH & CO.
On the ist inst. the Kansas City
through sleeping car returned to
St. Martins river near Homosassa, ! its '-first, love," the Florida Central
are greatly enjoying themselves and Peninsular, and it will now
and are catching all the fish and come to Jacksonville by way of
shooting all the game that they Memphis, Holly Springs, Hirming-
can dispose of.
v. At w
3obanson JBros., pioprietors.
ham. Atlanta. "Macon and Rverett.
' " 7" -Prr Tro ci rv 4- fm cy 4- rvn- --. : Li'i v 4 -n."U 1 CN
lover the Kansas Citv. Fort Scott' vv iJ iiauo;cuu uuouumuiD jl- miiiuu. Ocimu
and Memphis, the Southern Rail-,
way, and the Florida Central and i
Tommy "I think I am better ;
at eating than I am at studying."
4.u np 4iUm t T ; Peninsular. It is the only tnrough ; oHGOIR
that? Tommy "Why, because I u T.,..i...fL opGicu
site jjii-i-ai miv; uctuccii dthsui.-i
often miss my lessons, but I never
miss my mea!s." Fx.
Prices to Families.
viile and Kansas City. Leaves I
Jacksonvil o at 7 p.m. daily, and
arrives at Jacksonville at 8:20 a.m. s
f 1 1 1 T . . 1
ena your woonen gooes 10 me 1 The throu-h sleener between
Ocala Steam Laundry, and they ! St. Louis and Jacksonville- cintin
will be made as soft as when new. i ues U) Tim hy lhe ..nl1 ieliable" via
win oe maue as soil as wnen new. j ues U) Tim hy lhe ..nl1 ieiHble" via ; -
Gorton's Minstrels are traveling I1 loy nngs, 15?rrr.inpham; At-
. ... , lianta, ?iacon and r.verett. I n;s :
in their new private paTacc car. y 4, . fl e
- lis known as the "llody Springs 1
" 1 he Crescent Cty. Its sp ecal : Koute ."
lfCarpot el caning and lace curtains a
construction cost Ciorton over !
$20,000. Opera house, Tuesday, j
j -De Ole Plantation, " by Rev. j
; John G. Willi m of Allendale, S. T
Uowell's line of Hats and Caps q Ti:ls little b )ol: crisists Qf fif-',
win sureiv Dleasc: vou. ana no-
where are they sold for less.
If you want to see something
artistic display of Florida curiosi-
ierent from the negro language of A A M
1 North Georgia. Virginia and South I
pretty, take a look a Jeweller Bur-! 1: 1 it i
r ,v J i Carolina as written ny 'uncic Re-
nett s show window and seethe! r.., r-. t ;
Thomas Nelson Pae. Ic is what: i
ties and lovely jewelry which arc J js k as th(. Gul,ah
r-V nnr k ..-iL'n h;r fh( n-.v rnnr.trv
Hot Chicken Bouillon at Post negroes of the Hce fi-,!!s cf Srmth AJ, Work Qaarlntecj at Bumett'S Jewel
Office Drug Store today. , Carolina, and is a better vehicle for : in.il j, JLti
A.W.Thornton and daughter ! krinEinS out the nUural wit and
of the "Sicjre of 'icksburff" are in i or,g'nahty cf tbe race than
any 01 me uia'Ccis i ri vn;cn J c
Merchants' Block, Ocala, Fla.
J. A. Pittman & Co. in addition
to their regular line of new mat-
the city in the interest of their
company. They are registered at
and Harris have vii'.:ten. The
j imitation of the negro is ahso!uLi y
I perfect. As an old uejro once
Professor Ilollowav is the nonu-'toid Mr Willinm h- U rh n,(.
tresses, are now ollenng a lar-e ar superintendent of the public I as a "sho nuff ni -er " - An Old
lot of second-hand mattresses nt , , r A , u , , ! uu i u i i.ii . .
prices ranging from $i to $3 each. !sch?ols f Alachua county, and nasi Time 'Possum Hunt" and -Handy
j made a line record as a public eld ; and the Monkey" arj simply side
K. C. Chambliss, secretary of;Cer. j splitting. If you want to'laugh,
the Buffum Loin and Trust Com-1 ! Qnfi frr rn-v rc T , r .v. 1-1
J udpi and Mrs. . S. Kullcck 1 tion
this morning. Mr. ChamVass is ! P?ct to lerivc in a few days fori
here in the interest of his com z where they will enjoy the ' ? rfh 9corSJ? r.try butter at
IIUL 1U '"- 1I-L,-i,-:)L 01 iiis com-j ' ' Constans , wortn 35c: sells for 2;c.
pany and will remain for several Slllf freezes for a few days. 1
days -Tampa Daily Xews. Wed-1 Miss Al-ce Colirns. formerly of ! :;'-f1:Krs fn i" rench army
ncsdav .u- i. ' .a' nrr:b-:'-!:icf co-p; v.rc t: ber.rovid-
th,s c,t' but now res,l!inS at New- ed incan.es e:,t amcs and I
puwic iavoruc is Kowcll s nansviiie, is isitirg .-.nss -evacla pocke: : afcri---, f : i se on the
W. G- McAFEE & CO., Proprietors.
j & i-ency urocene
Country Produce Bought and Sold.
Prices Guaranteed as Low as the Lowest.
W. Q. McAFEE & CO.,
Next Door to City Market. Ocala, Fla.
two dollar and a half shoe formen. Morin at t':c Arlington.
' battle-fidd at