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Toi'A rT' n n fin'?1 pjon For AH p.f n n", rOiPiS Gala Day notice y mnAM n n n o I s W Hh in ioCiiCCliLiO iii 2 1 CM it Oil LLC j i'iori-i.i's Iiu.-,ir.o-s Ju urns,!. kj J v : T!,,;i;,,,,- I i lull-Hi. ' Ocaia, Fla, June 6, iSg5. yt The Officers of The I Voices' : Notice is hereby given that the , an and investment i cincers and directors of T tii; Peo- Association, with the citizens of pic's Building Loan and Invest- . -. . r t - 4- rvt y7o Oca la, arc nrrar.gmf to nave, on i merit assnciatKii ot l-joriuawni Arrival ana Departure of iramsat Ocaia, ha. iAt 20th, in Vcitv of ocaia. j m the C;tv of ocu on , what is to be known as the Mcndav, Ju' 6, 1896, at the office Farmers and Colored 1 5 11 si:: ! men of Florida Gala Day? CSS .i 00 a m l ilv ?:c.-rt Hu:.li for I)anr-:I!.n 930am D.v.ly -:o.-; t Sunday ironi Ilur.iosassa ; p.......,!,. of nrrl - fr(,m nil nvpr iri-1 iML-ni-li.t'; I and i-.mtb north. LlOWClh Oi pLop.O IIOlll all 0 CX 10;40 a m d lily lor (J I'ahtltri. Jick j , ; . J the State are CXOCCtcd oil that duV, r.onvuk- aria v:ir.n;i!i, tri- irCSaarlton, ; I0I30A M Daily from Jir.."--. and Le-shunr ; , . , , r , y . aaily exec; l ur.y 1:0. ii .w.ui ... u-ns. L) hcju iiiac tlilb UliC i liit j;uuiu ot tne secretary, at 4 p rn. Gi:o, H -M a vs, President, it .e:t . J. V. ALrx.xi:ii. Secretary. Wanted. To exchange 17 acres of good land, in two tracts of 7 and 10 acres respectively, both - . 1 well fenced ana c".farod, had good w-t. viiGainTil;- or Jack.oavil.e. ! 2:!3 P M Daily fr?,:n n.Ur.esv::b. Palatka and ! Cit (uhS 1.1 111C li.nC o. 1 iOUCia. 1 1: 25 a m daily fcr ...vamah, Charl'iton, jaoksor.viii..-, ard all i-oints north and ea.t. j Great preperation is l)cing made v. ii-jii.., ,')i;, .v ii.-., nun.,:, lit. 11 1; .5 Li , .... . 1- , --f ' 1 M ti i-i-i.- ii-hn Vf HSiVi? i;ftrthV ! 6io p J ik;; from all x,.;nt.s north, east and expected to be here. An elaborate First National P.a::k Block, Oca! a, F3a. P"ine Livery Turnouts and Sad.:l!c Horses. Charges Reasonable. Orders by Telephone or Otherwise will receive Prompt Attention. -i: p rn a.u.yior i-teauurcr iirooxsvi;ie ana interniediite points, ;:;;! amy e::cct oun aaylor Mustis, Tavares nc Astor. 3:05 p m daily for I'oit Tanpa and interme diate points, and daily except Sunday for I'unta Goria and it- Petersbur;;. .? 05 p tn daily except Sunday .'or Homosassa. VAJSt. some of the al)lcst men of the state will address the people on subjects of vital importance to the citizens of the state, regardless of color. Hon. no. G. Reardon, Mavor of Train leaving Ocali 10:40 am fraa chair car to Gainesville. ! Ocala will deliver the welcome Train leaving Ocala 11:35 a m connects on route with Pullman Sleeper ! 15 jn behalf of the citv, and lor Rt.Louis via Thomasville, Montgomery, Birmingham ar.d Nashville; j , i v rhnnrllpr in hrlvdf of connects at Waycross with Pullman sleeper for Savannah, Charleston, lon-l- w- "anclici in Dciian 01 irticnmona, wasnmgtcn, iJaitimore, rnnaacipaiu, anu xuw iwiv., a... niv, v-.u..., Sleeper lor Nasnville via Titcon, jVLacon, Atlanta ana unauauuugn. Train leaving Ocala 3:05 p m Pullman sleeper Juliette to Port Tampa. - - j ' - I V . I 1. l,tiVVU IX. ' J 1 i - 1 V- iil-l'v-l ?1 program has been irepared, and cn-oveon them which are coming Chaille out again. located at Migley, Lake county, Ila., clear of en cumbrance, for a piano. Apply to this office. 1 Plant Steamship Line . SEMI-WEEKLY SERVICE BETWEEN PORTiTAMPA, KE1V WEST AND HAVANA. Steamer Letves Port Tampa 9:33 p. m. Mondays and Thursdays. Weekly Service Between pQRJ TAMPA AND MOBILE. Steamer Leaves Port Tampa 9:00 p. m. Saturdays. Steamers leave Port Tampa di1v except Sunday at 7"i5 a. m. for St. Petersburg and all rVIVV'jpCCOO JLl Vi2X. points. Keturnin arrive at Port Tampa 5:00 p. m. Steamers run between Port Tampa and St. Petersburg every few hours daily excect Sunday. FIYE GREAT WEST COAST HOTELS -ON THE- LIME OF THE PLASMT SYSTEEV1. Prof. T. V. Gibbs, of the State Normal and Industrial College at Tallahassee, is Orator of the day; Judge J. E. Lee, of Jacksonville, will respond to the welcome addresses; Rev. J. F. Elliott, of Gainesville, recently connected with Cookmans Institute, will speak in behalf of professions; Hon. I. L. Purcell, ot Palatka, will j Prof. V. I. Lewis, of Jacksonville, will speak in beha1! oi 1 lie rress; Rev. R. D. Lewis, ot I ampa, will speak in behalf of the Clergy; Rev. R. S. Ouarterman, of Orlando, will speak in behalf of the Orders; Mrs. W. C. McLester, of Sanford, will read a paper in behalf of the Musi cians; Hon. Geo. H. Mays, of Jacksonville, will speak in behalf of The Peop'es' Building Loan and Investment Association, ot rla., Hons. R. S. Mitchell and Geo. Giles, of Ocala, will speak in Green Ice Cream Garden, No. 12 Exposition Street. Fresh Ice Cream Dai'y, Watermelons on Ice, Cigars, Cold Drinks and Lunches. ICE CREAM delivered to any part of the city Henry Robinson, Proprietor. 11 Board and Lodging. Opposite Post Office. R. D. Fuller, Dentist. Office over Merchants' National Bank, OCALA. Fla. OCALA HOUSE, Ocala, Fla. HOTEL PUNTA GORDA, Punta Gorda, Fla. THE TAMPA BAY HOTEL, Tampa, Florida. ,The Inn and Ocala House open all the year round. SEMINOLE, Winter Park, Fla. THE INN, Port Tamapa, Fla. For further information and tickets, call on or address H. G. Haycraft, Ticket Agent, Ocala, Fla. Walter W. Hunt, Trav. Pass. Ajt, Tampa, Fla. H. C. McFadden, Ass't Gen. Pass. Ag't, Savannah, da. C. S. Preston, SoPt. Pass. Ag't, Santord, Fla. F. M. Jolly, Div. Pass. Ag't. Tampa, Fla. I. n 1 Hi! r Ml, PRACTICAL We Driller OCALA, FLA, Both Drilled and Bored Wells A. H. R. Frederick, M.D., Physician & Surgeon. Diseases of Women and Children a Specialty. 9 Office opposite Arlington Hotel Ocala, Fla. Put down to any Depth un short James H. Hill, Rnred Wells. 6 in., coc. Der foot. .', J i r J X behalf of the Farmers. The object 8 incch, with sewer piping, $1 per 01 tne meeting is 10 uung logemei ioot. fcmnn mon as oossih e. to note iUB Jf V D Ci Lji 1 the progress along all lines mat Buildings, Safes and other heavy have a tendency to place the Negro artice3 moved. Best of work at in the proper light betore tne Lowest priees. Write me. 1 . 1' 4- 4- I country, ana 10 aiscuss manci-. that are best capable to bring nlinnt those' resints. Attorney at Law. County Judge's Office in Coin- House. OCALA, Fla- Ripans Tabules. Ripans Tabules cure flatulence. Ripans Tabules assist digestion. Ripans Tabules: pleasant laxative. Ripans Tabules cure dyspepsia. James Chace, Dentist. I. W. WRENN. Passenger Traffic Manager, Savannah, Ga. SABAL (A Nerve Food) is the best Tonic. Eor sale by All Druggists. 3J 'a 4T o n & 1, i n Aim i SEE HERE! If you desire to see what the Nee:ro has done and is doing; if vou wish to help make this day a success; if wish to spend a pheas ant, as well as, profitable day; it you wish to see a gathering of some of the most reputable ana brain v men of the state; It you wish to listen to speakers who sustain national reputation as nntni-'s nnd mmtlemen who have v,. vw. , yy demonstrated to the world the William James, the Upstairs Bar aumwjf uiv. aiv.v vV j . utl III UdiY JJlUOti, all lines, don t tail to be in Ucaia nas laKen u ran; A . . ..4-4-V 1 on AUUUL -ULU. tt OT TU Ko n nnrn,lp thnt will "Sir UL lU. Oliaiupuu O. J. IJV-l U lit IJV- Ct V f wi.vw ... consist of persons representing the following avocations: 6. 9 10. 1 1. Corporations. Professions. Musicians. Merchants. Mechanics. Artists, Orders and Societies. Clergymen. Press. Farmers. Citizens in crencral. Office over First National Bank. OCALA, - - - FL W. Davis 5 1 frrwjV'&w yK-' Shave 10c, All work done in Frst-class Style, Lome and give me a trial. Wni. James, The - Upstairs - Barber, GARY BLOCK, OCALA, FLA. 'J r 'tit 1 ?' Ji V.T" CLli U ii i '.-.i ii o'-iUn I all TH r. fin AT X-TnfAP HTlfl n.nv.in.ir, D v-tQiprn Ail iiiliCiD Oi kuigOIi aiiii uaiik iiuiiaiiiiigi Rip?ns Tabules: at drusists. Ripr.iiP) Taljulcs: Rvnt'e cathartic. iprais Tabules cure constipation. rr.ro i n lior.tion. U:j TaLiiU-s cure ba.l breath. R L. S. BLACK, Stall No. 11. City Market. fllT nil FISH WATEl Fl ON E DHL! Frcih water varieties Bream Trout. euro naui-t-n, :jalt water varieties constantly on Hand. C7y Market, Dealer in all kinds of Florida and Western Meals, Poultry, Vegetables and Fisb- Bring in yout Produce and try my Goods. Telephone jro. 2L Ripans Tabules cure hdaehe. Ripans Tabula cure biliounf. CHANCE TO MAKE MONEY r 1 v t r r'-T r.v :.m wb i .: s. . , 1 i (I 1 1 ii You i-J n r m 1 v . , li IT 1 - ' -n r fl ATTTn .iNort c 1 i nS!. ; -:- Country Produce, "Errsrs and Poultry, Bought and Sold i j Al'-o a full line of fresh meat, sau- U,-;es, salt fish, ai.l outside oysters ! r.lw.-.;yi In f.tock very cheap for i r 7 3 . ..1. J i ij I haveberries,gr.:i)-s and p -aches a year old. fresh as when picked. I use the California coM process, do not heat or seal the fruit, just put it up cold, keeps perfectly fresh and costs almost nothing; can put up a bushel in 1cn minutes. 1 Last week I sold directions to jover 120 families; any on - vvTi pay i ! a dollar for directions, when they A. V ii a & s 1 . f., ..' v.-.,""-"i:-;-"- rjTr-" ; a dollar for directions, when t,iey ; : H: 3V fi' rfiyplee the beautiful samples of Lrnit. ,a ,..7:; j-..Vi As there are many people poor :. ', "'v myself, I cen'iider it my O r r j " 1 . , OCALA, FLA. All liinu of second haad furniture bought repaired, sold or exchanged, j c;,i 7ilTy (ir.t.e ;a nrot rb-s m-n- il kinds ot wood work made to order. Jobbing ot all kinds , . T . 1 ct i- "?i ner and at moa:r,ivc pr;c2S. Ia- pr;mptly executed. Shsp m Bicrma.ns blocK on j . 1 i l . . 1 1 i. W V U i i '. . J v .11U l.lli ill Tstl 1 v 1 f l2xpoition St. two doors from Dr. Lloya s iJru tore. r. U. JJox 25, quire at lire station or aaaress General Delivery, Ocala, Fla. 10 niaco vou arc iookidk - i'ir :i you wan: amco, cian bhavc or , first-class hair cut. Ho is located on Mag nolia stroot, west of square. CALL ON HIM. jSi i duty to ive my experience to such, and icel coniiaent any 0x1 e can make one or two hundred dol- p j lars round heme in a few days. I I will mail sample of fruit and corn- ! plete directions to any cue of your readers for eighteen two cent stamps, which is only the actual cost of the samples, postage, e!a, to me. Francis Caslv, 8-14 St. Louis, Mo.