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5 fir "vv PI ill pT1 "T" .A; -:"n '. It5.- ' V'4 1 K1 t I 4 4 1 Vol. II.-No. M. ocala, flg::da, ju.h 1896. PUELISHED EVERY DAY IN THE WEE ' x EPTSNQ SUNDAY. TIIK CHURCHES. rujJLisn tji j: laws. the At the Mcthcciist cnurcn to morrow the services will b as fol- anti Minn lows: Sunday school at 9:30 cm. ; receives $ko for puiyishirg the Preaching r.t 11 a.m. and 7:45 p.m. general laws pa::h'wd at cuch ill i .i:'vJGI otn over one year excellent n y . 1 i3 at 00 o.laturc cf their respective ess meeting TVi r r Tt5 t p. r. f j r. r n rr r r r r f law is no excuse for its violation should apply with full force in Wisconsin and Minnesota, but the conditions arc different in provisions and placing Kpworth League mcctm .in. Midweek prayer Wednesday at 7:45 p.m. All scats are free and everybody welcome. A cordial invitation ir extended to st nincrs. At the Uantiit church tomorrow sca.e, wnere no the services will be as follows: rat for publishing Sun Jay school, 9:35 a.m.; morning lhc in the hands of the masses, service, 1 1 a.m.; 15 Y. P. U., 3oO Some $io,cco cr Si 5,000 a year j, m ; spent oy i- enca in :ii3 connec tion would prove a gooci invest ment for the state, as it would ob viate much crime and greatly re duce the cost in criminal prosecu tions. Ex. su:fer:n re :.:t r.er " ' rj r 1 - " 1 residence cn v at 12 o'cl'jc'; to(U w:s.- ivieae was a u - v ou. rn.. of th-5 Catholij ch arcli, and bv Ii r w nrisi 1 a n re s : r at 1 n it n t: pauencv. amui ncr this ! greatly er.dcnred hf rs:-f to all who Knew ner, ae :aa ;n : oc st o: medicLl attnticrt a::d mc :t tender niirsire. but h:r iovin-r friends v.. V 1 TP r- .5 fi y h A :', v o. i. -1. VbAa '.y J. 9 SIP' Vv AND - OPTICIAN Under Montezuma Hotel, Oeala, FSa. ii wo Hjio iU?o V V Aw-, service, -4 p.m.; evening A cordial welcome to strangers. At the Presbyterian church to morrow services as follows: Sun day school, 9:30 a.m. Service at 1 1 a.m. and 8 p.m. Seats free, Strangers welcome. Grace church (Episcopal) ser vice every Sunday 2t 11 a.m. and 8- p.m. by Rev. C. M. Gray, rec tor. Sunday school at 9:30 a.m. W. L Jewett, superintendent. Services will be conducted by Rev. Father Louis at St. Philip's Catholic church tomorrow at 9:30. The public arc cordially invited to attend. Synagogue : Regular services every Friday evening at 8 o'clock and Sunday morning at 10 o'clock, conducted by Morris Rheinaur. CGUiQ death. The funeral s place from St. church tomorrow All friends arc invited. Y m11 u - I'viccs will take Philip's Catholic ( f M 5 ii iui iHV. IttW mm vw- J JLiL U t i4 Si 5 n r. 8 S V ? - 1 M ' e k k it 1. 1 J. L 1 j;" " 3 OF OCALA, FLA. A CARD. 3-00,000- IIOTEL ARRIVALS. TIIK OCALA. II C Thorstcn, Troy, Ala; II A Ford, city; Maurice Strauss, Dun nellon; C W Kimball, N Y; J M Richardt, N V; Frank Clark, Jacksonville. THE MONTEZUMA. H W Meeker. J A Mellon, B Willett, G A Nash, J C Porter, city; Geo Ausberger, Cincinnati; I N Hugett, Rock Springs. Ocala now has a furniture fac tory in opsratidn, an enterprise that was started this year, and is doing a good business. She has a cotton gin that will be in operation by the time cotton is ready to market. Besides these new enter prists, there are many other facto ries that have been in successful operation for a number of years. Now let us continue by building a canning factory. Let some one make a start in this direction. Norton & Davis, the new propri etors of the Ocala House Barber Shop, will give you as clean and easy a shave and as nice a hair cut as any barber in Ocala. Three experienced, fashionable barbers in the shop. Call and give them a trial. 3 24-tt. Supper tonight is the last meal The Ocala will serve until the fall opening. The rooms will remain open and the guests receive just as good attention as formerly. Mr. P.ogers will remain in charge and look, well to the comfort of his lodgers. The guests and attaches of the house will take their meals at the Toigne restaurant, where Mrs. Lamb, the popular proprie tress, has arranged to give them every comf jrt in the culinary line. Is your nervous system shat tered ? Do not despair. Brace up with Sabalena, which goes to the brain and stays there. Lieut. J. J. Meyler of the U. S. engineering corps at St. Augus tine is in the city to investigate the matter of the phosphate mines running the discharge from their washing machines into the With lacoochee "and Wekiva .livers, which is seriously interfering with navigation. The Post Office drug store will give you th e finest cream and best drinks in th e city. Ocala meicbanias and laboreis are given eniplcymen on the new depot, although the contractor could get pie nty of men from else where at less w?ges. The editor of the Star is under oblications to W. E. Cason for a liberal supply of fine Jersey butter. It Mr. Cason could have seen us devouring the pancakes, after al most swimming them in this fine butter, it would have been useless for us to tell him that it suited our taste. Come apaia in the same way, Brother Ca or we mean many thanks, Brother Cason. If your bicycle needs repairing P. E. Williams, at the Ocala Wag on Works, is prepared to do it. All work lett at W. W, Condon s jewelry store will receive prompt attention. Judge Marshall and Wm. Fox were elected delegates to Rich mond by the United Confederate Vetera corps of this city and leave tomorrow to be present at The ladies of the Ladies Aid society of the Baptist church take jthis method of returning their thanks to the many friends whoso generously aideel them both by their donations and patronage, during the recent restaurant. While they are under special ob ligations for courtesies received at the hands of George MacKay. president of the gas company, and to H. B. Masters, Hubbard & Mac Duff, J. J. Gerig and F. Ii. Bug bee. To every one of the good people of Ocala, whose co operation help ed to make their enterprise so suc cessful, they are deeply grateful. Mrs. F. R. Gary, Mrs. J. E. Oates, Mrs. J. H. Livingston, Mrs. T. D. Crawford. Executive Committee. Accounts of Merchants and Individuals Solicited. rm 5ia errs r ; f f'k J BO 4" IT C3 ! IRQ a Thi bank has the most extensive and secure safety deposit vaults m iMonaa, lioxes to rent 5, .io ana i 5 per annum. Call and examine the vaults. II. C. WRIGHT, Cashier. SPRSIMCS SEASOSy The Latest MilmeiT, Pattern Hats and Bonnets, and Millinery Notions. Mrs. C. A. Brown. Ladies arc cordially invited to call. Requisition papers have been asked of (lovern r Mitchell by the officials of Alachua county for the purpose of bringing E. W. Welsh from North Dakota, to answer to a charge of forgery. The Orinoco Social club of young folks gave a card party last evening at the residence of Mrs. John F. Dunn on Fort King ave nue. They report a very enjoy able evening. i!.acn 01 tne tnree excursion the grand rally of the old boys of ; trains over the pjant System today the gray. Something New. Coffee and Whipped Cream at the Post Office drug store. The republicans held their coun ty convention here yesterday. About 225 were present at the meeting in the court house, neatly all of them being negtoes. Resolu tions wete passed deploring the "Sheats law" and commending the action taken by the gold men. For Ice Cream and Cold Drinks go to Post Office drug store. Business was better with our merchants today than during any day of the convention, because! nearly all ot th2 excursionists came on purpose to buy some thing. Among the Hornos2ssa excur sionists we noticed Sim Smith and little daughter and nieces, Misses Cora and Belle Smith, and the Misses Brige; Miss Ada Whce'er and Miss Beulah Burt. C. E. Heston, assistant toj. came loaded with excursionists, who thronged our streets all day and gave the c'ty a lively look. As a result of the very cheap excursion today over three sec tions of the Plant SvBtcm abcut a thousand visitors spent the day in the convention city. The Elks held a private recep tion and banquet in their hall in the masonic temple last night. A number of friends were present and a very nice time was passed. Bev. Father Fox cf Orlando ar rived today upon summons by tele gram to administer the last rites of the Catholic church to Miss Marguerite Riche. Owls have been called wise since one, a long time ago, discov ered that he needed glasses, and immediately put them on. You who are working your eyes blind emulate the owl put a pair of glasses between your eye weak ness and the world. Don't let it go any further. Accurate and careful examina tions are made here. Oculists' prescriptions carefully filled. Come in today. A. E. Burnett, Ocala, Fla. 1 I 'd Sv!r I I I f : Ik tin Jsii Lr?K 1 1. - --- . -. .i tr-, r 1 i--. 1 .ymU r UP r. 111' BLUE FLAME OIL STOVES Cheaper than Gas or Gasoline Just the thing for summer Call and examine. Price, $6 50 S. R. B1RDSEY & CO. THE The section car ran over a doer this morning, which threw the car ( off the track and hurt Foreman F. J. Stafford and two of his men, though not seriously. Telegraph communication was almost cut off here duiing the night. Most of the wires were crossed or grounded. Strunk, in the Western Union! J. N. Edwards, candidate for telegraph office, left tcday lor tax collector, has returned from a Jacksonville to acct a simibr.po- week's electioneering tour through sition. the county. Ocala Business Colle LCCALA, FLA. Complete Facilities for Instructions In Baok-Keeping, Commercial Law, Shorthand, Pcnmahship, Typewriting, Business Arithmetic and Te'egraphy. Book-Keeping by Actual Business, Shorthand by the Eclectic System. Instruction Individual. Bates Reasonable. . Day and Night Sessions, ZeButt Block. Call on or .Address, J. H. BRINSON, Prest.