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Vol. II. No. 94.
Price Five Cents PUBLISHED EVERY DAY IN THE WEEK EXCEPTING SUNDAY. FELL AMONG CRANKS. A Gold Bug Got Information That GaPed His G'zzird. his seat, where there was a New J York man. Slid the latter: "I believe I'll go take a smoke." Said the other: "Don't do it. There are a lot cf d d rabid ADDITIONAL LOCAL. free silver fcols in there who are They were four men m the j Hab,e tQ tow up with dyna. smoking compartment cf the mitft Thcy scared me cut" s'ecper. Thc thrc ugh train from TheNsw Yorker took the Nsw Ycrk was bowling along over chance and Wcs lQ t ,h. the b:o:d prair.es cf Illinois, St Louis p0St.Dispatch. while the smokers whilcd away the weary riours talking poiiticr. One of tbcm was a free silver HOTEL ARRIVALS. republican, two regular free trade tlemccrats ar.d the fourth a demc-.crat-astridc of the fenc-e. Natural ally the conversation was predom inantly for thz white metal. Enter then an elderly gentle man with a closely cropped white beaid. He was fashionably dress, cd. He listened a moment to the THE OCA LA. Elw Holder, Hartshorn; TA Whittaker, Jacksonville; Walter Roy, Hartshorn; J W Gruenbach, Philadelphia; E A Booths, St Louis; W A Miller, Plant System; Thos Fuller, Newberry; R S Clark, Anita; Horace Edwards, P. V. Levenrcod :s on the sick list. Little Ardy Hodges is quite sick. - Capt. John Welch, of Welchton, iz in town. Remember an examination im plies no obligation to buy. There fore visit cur display of fal ccds at the Bazar Store, 16th to 18th. A little gi:!. cf J. L. Smcak's is quite il?, The New York Journal, the only big free silver paper publish ed in that city, 1 cent per copy daily at Martin & McConneli's. POPULIST SPEAKING. Some of the people's party leaders will address the people in Ocala on the 24th at 1 1 a. m. and 7 p. m. Such speakers as Mm. A, W. Week?, candidate for gov ernor; Win. R. Peterson and J. A. William?, candidates for congress; and C. C. Post, A. P. Baskin, R. W. Storrs and J. F. Miner ck, jr, will address the pecp!e. NOTICE. Richmond: Thos T Acnew. Savan- talk, and then h:s ejes began to j nafc. A B W;snej Charleston; F B bIaz , Maddcx, New Ycrk. Ualrtneraan wno geis irem the soil all cur wealth can get a propir return fcr his products we cannot have better timer." remark ed the free silver republican. The man with the gray beard plumped himself down on the sta tionary washstard and sncrted: New, will ycu tell me low free silver is gciog to do that ?" I lis wcrds had the regular New England twang. "Pat silver back where it was prior to IS73," answered the free silver republican, "and " ' Well, how's that going to help the woikingmar ? ' "Hold on, now. Give me a chance to tell you." That's what I want to know. I've heard so much abcut this rot that I'd like all ttle information cn the subject. Just ycu go ahead and tell me." 'Well," said the free silver re publican, let's stait at the begin ning. Herr, sit down, won't ycu?' politely making room on the settee for the easterner. No, I don't want to get too close to you. This seat is plenty comfortable," snapped the eastern er, his face flushing. The westerners in the car look ed a little surprised at the rccep WEI HE THE WW atCiMEkcr 9 JCW eler AND - OPTICIAN Under Montezuma Hotel, Ocala, Fla. ,We: 15 IIP illy nn 1 it i 1 Illi E" M 9 II 1 I O lIMblflli r i R, sri t ? ? j r b . 0 t: r u n IIM 1) HQ 110110 OF OCALA, FLA.n Br. Porter went this after neon. to Live Oak Bids are solicited by the city cf Ocala for the turcbrse of the buildire known as Reel House No. 3, situated on the lot (f Dr. A H. R. Frederick. Bids to be ad dressed to R. G. Blake, city clerk, and to be in his hands on or bo fore the 1st day cf October, 1896. By order of the city council. R. G. Blake, City Clerk. Accounts of Merchants and Individuals Solicited. GOLD BUG SPEAKING. The gold bugs of the city held a speaking in the cpera house last night behind closed doors. As no reporters were allowed in the meeting, we do not know what was j i tion their effo ts to be perfectly :aonc cr aia; 1 v t .v r I caim Baa met wnn irom a repre sentative of the cultured east, but they faid nctbirg. New," began again the silver spokesman, "if silver is demone tized, that being half ot the world's more), doesn't that make the other ha:f gold dearer ? Won't it make it nscesiary for the farmer to rjvs mere bushels of j wheat to get a dolla)?" The gold man got r ff the wash stand. II -s was in danncr cf DEBAUCHED, LYING PRESS Prof. E. Benj. Andrews, cf Brown University, rays : Never since slavery days hes the presn in the parts of the country familiar to rcc displayed such dis regard foi truth and such stubborn obtusencss to the most obvious considcratior.s as it docs at pre ent on the silver qucr;ti':r 1 z means that the. money po r 1 cor.. cbekirg. Heccu'ds arctly speak cd in London, but with rcpreicn fromargtr. The free silver tcpub- tativisinXiw Ycrk, Philadelphia lican locked arcund to prepare! and Chic?g is determined to con- himself fcr a central encounter. ! linus thc oyF"alion cf Sold, srd but the easterner did not prccipi-i"21""21' ' cioro, tear, ta fae it. He walked stifily tc the ! facts shall not be knon. The bankers and the pres3 are almcst entirely unccr its irflaer.ee. The Ooala Female Seminary will open Oct. 5. Three depart ments Primary, Preparatory and Collegiate. lcr particulars app.y to Miss M. Cohen, principal. W. A. Willis, cf thc Plant Sys tem, is in thc city. To Cure a Cold tn One Day Take laxative Bromo-Quinine Tab lets. All druggists "'refund the money if it fails to cure. 25c. G. C. Stp;etcn went to L:es burg this afcerrorn. We have noticed a gcod many strangers in the city cf late. H. A. Duebel made a business visit to Reck Springs yesterday. Mrs. N M, Lrmb is slowly re covering from her severe illness. Fred W. L-.uv, a former Oca'a bey, is in the ciry cn a few days vitit. Mrs. C. A. Brown has received a new lot of Fail Sailor Hats in straw and felt; also Tarn O'Shanter caps in fur-felt and pretty Walking LHats. Call and see them. 25 W. M. Ross came up from Or lando today, and left rgain for Live Oak, Dr. Newsom and U. R. Water man came up from Punta Gorda this afternoon. . Cronie Ives went to Gainesville this afternoon cn business for Mr. Trubenbach. Master Bayles Fielder has ac cepted a position as messenger carrier in thc telegraph office. The Ocala averages t?;elve ar rivals per day. But the number will rapidly increase from now on. J. L. Srirrik is compUtirg a beautiful two-story-residence on thc lot where his old one was burned. W. D. Ccnion and finely moved bitck in'o the ir rc: i U re today v.bich was vat ate d a few weeks to have it-pairs made. In cur snake notice yesterday the compositor made an eirar cf 10 yccrj in the ditc, which should have been 96 instead cf 6 The north bound l?:nt Syslc?r: IPiTY T 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. MI I t t 5 rx r rar ra MlV 1 I Summer Millinery Goods, Tho Prettiest and Most Stylish , , Great Variety atd Lowest Frlces. TtL 3. CCALA, FLORIDA. Ribbons, Flowers, Bows, &c. . , s el o rr. MRS. M. E. HODGE, Dress Making and General Sewing. All Cutting:, Sewing and Fitting done In the Latest Style, et the Low est Prices ana on short notice. Roorr.sUpstalrs, Morth Side Scuare, Ocala. Fla. TWO RINGS Always travel with Cupid, and two rings travel with the rings we sell the ring itself, and the ring of honestyhonesty in materia), workmanship and price. The machinery that runs this jewelry business is honesty. If you buy a baby pin here, it will be a good baby pin- it will be geed when baby is a wcraan. If you buy a watch here, it will be a gocd watch. Buy something and see if this isn't so. Jeweler, Ocala Fla. PLAN OCALA AT MILLS : the compartment. tank ycu," he raid, with bis but i suppressed, 4,for the T, r, , , iL , The Champion boarding house xtiun ycu have given. Such is onc of thc ost popular board- en I have nevi r had the e of meeting. Good day." 5 disappeared. at ScoTt!" ejaculated one ot occrats, "talk about a west n being rabid on free silvi r. frr id that gold bug was go )urst. He's dangerous, he pop 1 ing houses in the city, especially so fcr railroad men. Try it. A ood square meal for 25 cents. Pleasant rooms. Cheap weekly board. One block south of the Methodist church. Banana. Pineapple and Chocolate Ice Cream today at the Post Office fZ:i "Err FATOE, T AND- TIM bo; MRS. M. D TAYtOR, rrcpiietrcss. Ccilivff, SUHvy, Casir.ys, Mouldings, Dccrs, and Jllhios. ImrAv.g end tfcvoll Hawing, ail Ire m Jliln Dried Steele. ROUGH LUMBER CUT TO ORDER. We Realize Thai Jtfmcy. is Scarce and Sell Accordingly. JTloot ivgs Saeh passangcr train, ycttercay, due here at 1: 30, was delayed by a hot box cn an express car. Tnis train had four express cars leaded with fresh fuh censigued to Georgia points. The city council has' ordered Tax Collector, J. H. Livingston Jr , to close the city tax bocks and proceed to make out the delin q:nt tax lists to be ready fer pub lication S3 that property may be sold on the first Monday in November. or 1 Of . Our . New . Style . Fall . Suits. Come in and See Our Line of Samples. A MEPHIAB DAVIBSON gold bug bad gone back to diuj store. SlTerchants' block.