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Vol. II. No. 9. OCALA, FLORIDA, JUNE 25, 1896. Price Five Cents PUBLISHED EVERY DAY IN THE WEEK EXCEPTING SUNDAY. LATEST FROM SANFORD DANIEL WEBSTER. The latest news from the con- J It is never safe to say things to ADDITIONAL LOCAL. gressional convention at Santord is that all the candidates have fall en out except B. H. Palmer of Lake City and Robert McNamee of Leesburg and the majority was for Palmer. But it will be impossi ble for either to get the required two thirds vet, so there is a good chance for a dark horse. R. A. Burford is probably the man. Palmer is a silver rnan and Mc Namee a gold bug. The vote stands 85 for Palmer the ragged, unkempt men one sees and meets a fishing by some mud pond or stream. This truth is il lustrated by the case of Daniel Webster. Webster was a fisherman and had sloops and a smack in which he used to enjoy the pastime. He was not over fastidious in his fish erman's dress. If he tore his clothes he did not take the trouble to have the rent sewed up, and when enjoying his sport he was a and 62 for McNamee. They will tolerably rough looking customer, make a stubborn fight and the only chance for harmony is in a dark horse. BICYCLE CLUB MEET. according to a Rochester paper whose reporter interviewed Mrs. Dawes, a resident of Marshfield in Webster's days. Webster and Mrs. Dawes's uncle were fishing one day from the The members of the bicycle club j shore of the bay, when a styiish held a meeting last night at F. E. young fellow, a visitor at Marsh Bugbce's store. A good attend- field, tumbled bead over heels into ance was present. It was moved and pissed that all active mem bers using the road be assessed $1 each per month. A motion was put to lime the path, but was not carried. A great deal of discus sion took pkee and all seemed en thusiastic over the success of the club. A MAMMOTH MELON. Capt. F. D. Pooser presented the Metropolitan band today with a 71 pound watermelon raised on the Pooser & Green place, half a mile from the city on Orange ave nu, The melon is one of the fin est ever seen in town and is now od ice, to b eaten tomorrow night by the band boys and their friends. They are very prou 1 of their :f t and most grateful to the captain. The echo of the state cenven- -tion has come in. The people are the marsh. The tumbler yelled at Webster, asking how much he would take to haul him out and carry him over the mud. 'A quarter!" answered Webster, and the deed was done. Where upon the quarter was turned over and Webster had started away, when the mud stumbler asked: "To whom am I indebted?" "Only Daniel Webster." The man said afterward that he apologized for his superciiiousrest and did net reckon other peopL up according to the r umber of tears and patches and mud on tic'r clothes. HOTEL ARRIVALS. Fred Gaskell of Candler is in the city. Dr. Ed Delouest is in New York on a visit to relatives. Sabalena drives away that sen sation of fatigue. All druggists. E. T. Townsend has returned from a business trip to Apopka. Is your nervous system shat tered ? Do not despair. Brace up with Sabalena, which goes to the brain and stays there. The Bashi Bazouks and the Ocala Rifles will probably give a sham battle on the fourth at the encampment grounds east of the city. J. B. Sutton of the Sutton Seed company has opened up with a nice stock of groceries and sef ds in No. 28 Exposition street. He wiil scon add to his stock and have a good business. George Rivers, a disreputable negro, was before Acting Mayor MacKay this morning for drunk and disorderly conduct and using obscene language. He was fintd and notified to vamcs Capt. and Mrs. W. N, McCor mick and daughter, Miss Maud, will move to Ocala on Saturday from Anita, and wi.'l reside here in the future. This will hi pleasant news to tht ir mary friends. J. II. Tuibcrville, who for the I past two ear. has been employed in the OcAi foundry an i machine vvorls, has gone to Marion, S. C, to rcc?pt a similar position. WEI HE THE V Watchmaker, Jeweler AND - OPTICIAN Under Montezuma Hotel, Ocala, Fla. FredG.B.Weihe s' 1 OF OCALA, FLA. ML 100,000. Accounts of Merchants and Individuals Solicited. M - VAULT a This bank has the most extensive and secure safety deposit vaults in Florida, Boxes to rent $5, $10 and $15 per annum. Call and examine the vaults. H. C. WRIGHT, Cashier. IIHJUUl MK'IMI SPRiSMG SEASOftJ- The V THE OCALA. Henry F Klage, Boston; Ham mar, 1 H Lowell, Jackon W 15 Denhatrs Gainesville; A Tru- benbach, W S Pr skey, city; M A Latest Milinerv j Pattern Hats and Bonnets and Millinery Notions. 9 TO CHICAGO. Ladi OS arc Mrs. C. A. Brown. cordially invited to call. In going to the national demo cratic convention at Chicago. don t fan lo take X. .1 1 lion ins cuuif in. iac pun-uiv. . . c. V "P T T ' r.a.vvay. iv. is satisfied Not a wctnst U hecrd 2Vf ""I. J' J'f j posiuvy 5 kum ami 20 .-ninuU-s from any qmit?r. The democracy ! ' ' 4--' V. r 4, ' T ... .k , . . 1 Goodrich, A . Oi:y 27 '66 for the; !ou:;ci in; of Florida is united ana harmoni-! u ' i . r ' r U1 u 1 . 1 1 horn acksonviiivi ma onMnrt! f.;; the Plant Sys- k is wis have been called wise since one, a long time ago, discov ered that he needed passes, and immediately put them on. You vho are workm irocs off sn;o-)thlv we will havetnis . , i -.. r' A avcc, jacks fall an old fashioned mrj nty ct j , tjr:y tnmsirm. lampa iin.b. rr vr.nv r-:nci h inn. 1:11: montl.xuma. odvi::;-; v 11 J J i."jp,!or II. i : th'i r..und ti ir voirts. Write 1) M - . 1 10 VI a Vi - sen;-- 'liv l' .!: I T . ...1, L. rjci.-.- C Kihh. chv: T V V Norton Davis, the new propn-tOK-: y Knox. Ta v:: T () iy;a c:orsof the Ocala House 15.uberjK v 7. ! Shop, will rivc you as c.ean ;xm LQCA I easy a shave and as n?c a nair ; 4V11 tU1 LTIMK CARD, F. C V. Slaughter Sale of Furniture. easy cut as any barber in Oc i'a. Three rx-n-ricuced. fnsbioriaV:e barbers in the shop. Call and Wc them a j We aro closing Mit at actual trjal 3 24-tf. j cost our immense line rf Furri- . , t . y. Uh AM oods net sold hv July It :s hard to reaaze wncn look-. , .n t . . , J il iimi j wln uQ shipped to our nr:mcn ing at ic that the elegant furniture sUro at Fort :jyers. Call before turned out by the furniture factory j the bargains are all so'd out. and on exhibition at F. E. Bugbe & Co Y,, is m:de at ho-ne and from Florida woods (cypress principal ly) This factory is turning out a great deal cf fine work. Jiaies Pittman is now represent-, in the G. H. Hammond Packirg company of J icksonviile and the Pllin luttei company for this dis 1 E. BUGBEE & CO. ICK CREAM ! bourn i;olt:cd. El Ave Ocala 2:41 0 m. Ar. Trirnpa c j : 5 5 p.m. Ar. Ofindo 6:eo p.m. :.okt;i hound. I .cave O cal a 11:19a.m. Ar. J.idiVdle 3:45 p.m. O T . '... 7 o r ri. 9:25 a OA. 1:12 a.m. 7:0:5 a m. emu -ate the owl put a pair ot Esses between your eye weak ness and the voild. Don't let it i o anv further. Accurate ar.d careful examina tions are made here. Oculists7 prescriptions carefully filled. Come in today. A Eu Burnett, Ocala, Fla. I Lramesviiie 1 :4c Peach, Banana and Vanilla at the Post Office drug store today. brick ard TO THE PUBLIC. Several car loads ot lumber were unloaded on the site j of the new depot today andth trict. Mr. Pitt m in is a good- salesman and any house is fcrtun-j work of preparing the foundation ate in s ecuring his services. 1 was beun in earnest. The city As the excursion train from ! Hauls the earth off for the use of Fcrnandina was coming south lt- Monday afternoon one of thene-j Mr Harrison, proprietor cf the gro excursionists jumped from the j foundry, has placed a pair of bcau rapidly moving train, fell and ; tiful bicycles, a lady's and a gen- broke his right arm. He was left tleman's, in FYd Weihe's store. Cameo to the largest Portrait. Call and inspect samples at my studio, opposite the Montezuma. Very respectinlJv, X. I. GOTTLIEB. In order to thoroughly introduce the LATEST NOVELTY I in Photography, the celrbrated " CARHONETTE," I will make these beautiful pic tures for a LIMITED TIME at prices NO HIGHER THAN is charged elsewhere for the ORDINARY photograph. The "Carbonette" can be had from the smallest ! ' J 1 u ... ,r -u r BLUE FLAME OIL STOVES Cheaper than Gas cr Gasoline Just the thing for summer Call and examine. Price, S6 50 S. R. B1RDSEY & CO. 1 ' Li in Ocala. lampa limes. j Mr. Harrison is agent lor the Rev. J. E. Oates, the Baptist i wheels, which are very fine ones, pastor, has been granted a month's Fred G. B. Weihe is now local leave of absence from hi3 duties j agent for Ludden & Bates' southl and will take a trip to Richmond, ! em music house, and will shortly 'Va., and other points, leaving on have samples cf instruments at bis Friday. store in the Montezuma block. N. B. All work done in Studio and Guaranteed. IV Star ads get the re every time. THE Ocala Business Colle :OCALA, FLA. Complete Facilities for Instructions In Book-Keeping, Commercial Lav, Shorthand, Penmanship, Typewriting, Business Arithmetic and Telegraphy. Book-Keeping by Actual Business, Shorthand by the Eclectrc System, Instruction Individual. Rates Reasonable. Day and Night Session: ZeButt Block. Call on or Address, J. H. BRINSON, Prest.