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Vol. II. No, 13.
OCALA, FLORIDA, JUNE 29, 1896.
Price Five Cents
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY IN THE VEEK EXCEPTING SUNDAV.
FLORIDA SUMMER UKSORT
FREAKS OF A CYCLOXT
THE
WEI HE
It is strange why many of cur
people will -go north to spend
their summer vacations when there
arc such resorts in easy reach and
in our own state, too, as Amelia
beach. Ouite a number cf our cit
izens arc there now and arc just j
delighted with the place. Among
those summciig there are Mrs.
J. Arcntz and children, Mr. and j
Mrs. O. T. Green and children.
Mrs. J. A. Rowell. and baby, and j
Louis Brumby. The beach is ;
thought by many to be the nnest
in the state. All of the most con
venient bathing apparatus is pro
vided. There is no undertow and
the prettiest bicycling cn the
beach that one ever saw.
The big hotel Strathmore, under
the able management of Mrs. M.
J. Bartlett, is all that the heart
could wish. Large, cool rooms,
long, shady verandas, and the best
of Ub'e fare. Nearly all those
connect :d with the house are Ocala
people. Amelii beach is about
two miles from Fernandina, with
trains ahd hacks every few min
utes. If you aro going off to spend
the summer, do not go out of the
state to spend your money.
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-tf.
Ivghty-five pcoj. le were fed yes
terday at the Toigne restaurant.
The attaches and guests of The
Ocala get their meals there. Un
der the management of Mrs.
Lamb and Mr. and Mrs. Fielder
this restaurant has now become
one ot the nicest and mostpopulir
eating houses on this division of
the road and is now a permanent
iixture of the city. Evtiy one,
in speaking of the house, com
mends it very highly and r rawed
pleased with the excellent fare,
the scrupulous cleanliness of the
place, and the first class attention
shown to guests.
The Pest Office drug store will
give you the finest cream and best
drinks in the city.
II. F. Dutton & Co. are building
a railroad from Clark to Trenton,
a distance cf twenty miles. The
road will connect Clark, on the
South Florida division cf the Plant
System, with the Suwanee river.
Scott Walker has the contract for
doing the grading, and has a large
, force at woik on the road. A ru
mor is current that the road, when
finish'-d, will be bought by the At
lantic, Suwanee River and Gulf
railroad, which will use it as its
western extension from Clark to
the river. Sumterville Times.
A. II. Meadows.at his wagon
works near the F. C. & P. depot,
has just finished repairing and
painting a buggy which it was
very difficul to distinguish from a
new one. Mr. Meadows is a good
carriage repairer and painter, and
any one would do well to patron
ize him.
Harry Clarksor, the popular
manager of Hubbard & MacDuffs
hardware store, returned last right
from Jacksonville, where he went
with Mrs. Clarkson and the chil
dren, who will spend some time in
that city visiting relatives.
WHAT DOES IT MILAN?
Will the Florida Troops Be
Needed ?
Tallahassee, June 27. The As-
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united States has requested Ad-
jutant General Houston to inform !
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state troops tnorougniy to equip
them for sivtv finvf;' servire.-Sne. i
j i
cial to the Citizen.
The Ocala Rifles respectfully
beg leave to suggest that they be j
provided with suits of bullet and j
machete proof clothes if there is
any business going on.
At the Yankee Novelty Works
near the F. C. & P. depot we saw
some beautiful mantles made cf
Florida curly yellow pine. The
work was very artistically done
and the finishing would grace any !
residence.
J. A. Rowell has returned from
Amelia beach, where he went with
u:.. r:i.. y, . tlt
joyed the trip very much. Mrs.
Rowell and the baby remain there
for seme weeks yet.
Dr. E. V. Chapin, the efficient
prescription cleik at the Post
Office drug store, went to Gaines
ville yesterday to visit his family
James Pitt man temporarily filled
his place.
The Montezuma, since the clos
ing of The .Ocala, is the leadirg
hotel cf the city. Its occommoda
tions are first class and fully .up to
the standard of Florida hotels.
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Wells of
Hartshorn are happy over the ar-
rival at their house of a fine baby j
boy. "Grandpa," Capt. G. M.
Wells, is also happy,
The Ladies' Missionary society
will meet at the Baptist church to
morrow c fternoon (Tuesday) at
half past thrse o'clock. A large
attendance is desired.
A car cf lumber was unloaded
Saturday at the Yankee Novelty
works to be used in that enterpris
ing factory in the manufacture of
their numerous articles.
Thc low wet place between Car -
michael's and the railro-d his
been filled in with earth, which
greatly improves that part of
town.
A. B. Gartrell, formerly an
Ocali typo, but now a prospercu
merchant of Atlanta, has been vis
iting his numerous friend's in this
city.
Will McConnell has returned
from Savannah, where he was
summoned on account of the se
vere illness of his mother, whom
he left improving.
The weeds about the city
are growing apace during the
rainy weather and if our peop'e
don't mind they will get a big
start of them.
Mrs. P. E. Williams and little
sister, Lottie Kinsman, leave soon
1 u j
iui wi uiuuu-uy cut-oca tu apenu a
few weeks
among
the breakers
and sea breezes.
Slaughter Sale of Furniture.
We are closing out at actual
cost our immense line of Furni
ture. All goods not sold by July
1 will be shipped to our branch
store at r on iuyers. au oeiore
the bargains are all sold out.
F. E BUGBEE & CO.
ear my o!d home in Marshall
county, Kan ," said Mr. G. A. A.
j Deane, of Little
; the Hotel Page,
I'vGclr, j.'rii., at
'there occured
a cyclone tne other day that per- 1
c r , 1
lormea a queer rear, it struct
th 1 house cf a former neighbor of
mine and scattered things
m
ious directions. A few days latr
he got a letter that had been car
ried by the wind and dropped in a
small town in Nrbraska, 6; miles
to tho northeast and not lon? af.
tcrward some considerate strancci
C1
mailed him his checkbook that
had been found away down in
Missouri, ico miles to the south
west. "Nov, the truth of these state
ments I wi I vouch for, as they ore
made by one of the most reliable
men I ever knew. Why" the
two
articles shouM have been carried
in opposite directions I am unable
to explain it's too deep for the
unscientific mind and I commend
it to some of Uncle Sam's torna-
do experts in Washington.
Washington Post.
HOTEL ARRIVALS.
THE OCALA.
J. L. Inglis, Dunnellon; W D
Hennessy, Miss Daicy Stuart,
Hernando; J J Purdon, High
Springs; W M Brooks, Floral City;
D S Wood row, J R Mathewts,
E R Knecht, city; E Van Espen,
Fitzgerald; E W II enrich, St
Louis; R F Hyman, Atlanta; L A
Levy, D L Sternbcrger, Savannah;
R P Manlev. Dalton, Gjl; Robert
Puttie, New Orleans; J E Cok,
Atlanta; S F Wiilard, Wethers-
field, Conn.
THE MONTEZUMA.
F A Coron, Blue Springs; Mrs
N Barco, Crystal River; II YV
Lon, Martcl; Mrs J F Sherwood,
Mrs V C Zimmerman, Miss Mar
guerite Jackson, Inverness; J Y
Andrews. B Wiilett, A L Mitchell
J A Mellon. R V Iziar, R R Car
roll and wife, ciiv; M D Bd, fr.-
vernes?; f C Miiholl.ind, Weirs
dale; E R Izlar, Anr.o; J S Fietch-
! er. Weir Paik; Miss JK-ulah Burt,
j Qzellc; Mrs G J B swe 1, Miss A
L Russell, Cry
sta' Rive;
E D Lu-
cas. Grand Island; W
v v
r wi,
St Louis; M Haughton, Jackson
ville; W J Hillman ar.d wife, Mrs
Brooks and child, S Kibber, W II
Boswell, Inverness; C L Statton,
Chattanooga.
FOURTH OF JULY
To All Points S'-juth of the Ohio
and East of the Mississippi.
Special rates to points north cf
Live Oak, Lake Citv and Jackson
vi le. Will sell on July 2 and 3
and for aH trains duo to arrive at
destination bt fore noon July 4, at
rate of about one and one third
fire per round trip, To points
south of Live Oak, Jake City and
Jacksonville July 2. 3 and 4, will
! sel1 at one fare for round trip, all
' tickets limited for return until
July 7, For information, specific
rates and tickets to all points, call
on agents.
Ice Cream.
Pineapple,
Peach and
Yanilli at
j Post office dru -store.
Star ads get there every time.
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Under Montezuma Hotel,
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Accounts of Merchants and
Individuals Solicited.
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This bank has the most extensive and secure safety deposit vaults
in Florida. Boxes to rent 5, $10 and $1 5 per annum.
Call and examine the vaults.
II. C. WRIGHT, Cashier.
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The Latest
Pattern fiats and Bonnets,
and Millinery Notions.
Mrs. C. A. Brown.
Ladies arc cordially invited to call.
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THE
Ocala Business Colle
10CALA, FLA.
Complete Facilities for Instructions In
Sook-Keeptng, ? Commercial Law,
Shorthand, Penmanship,
Typewriting, Business Arithmetic
and Telegraphy.
Boole-Keeping by Actual Business,
Shorthand by the Eclectic System.
Instruction Individual. Rates Reasonable.
Day and Night Sessions.
Call on or Address,
j ZeButt Block.
chmaKer, Jeweler
AND - OPTICIAN
Ocala, Fla.
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The hatchet ot straightforward
steadfastness cut the bonds of the
colonies in I6. Washington
succeeded because he deserved
success. He was honest, earnest,
truthful in business as well as in
war.
XV & try to apply his methods to
the Jewelry business and to gain
success by deserving it. To make
the Fourth more glorious we offer
Alarm Clocks guaranteed for one
year at 86 cents each Fourth of
July week.
OcaJu, Fia.
BLUE FLAME OIL STOVES
Cheaper than Gas or Gasoline
Just the thing for summer
Call and examine.
Price, 86 SO
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