Vol. II. No. 95.
OCALA, FLORIDA, SEPT. 19, 1896.
Price Five Cents
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY IN "THE WEEK EXCEPTING SUNDAY.
A NEW PATENT.
At the Methodist church to
morrow the services will be as fol
lows: Sunday school at 9:30 a.ra.
Morning service at - 11 a.m.
Epworth League meeting at 3:30
p. m. No service at n?ght on ac
count of the union services at the
Baptist church. Midweek prayer
meeting Wednesday at 7:30 p. m.
Seats free. Strangers cordially in
vited. At the Baptist-church tomorrow
the services will be as follows
Preaching by pastor at 1 1 a. m.
Sunday school, 9:35 a.m.; B. Y. P.
U.t meeting at 4:00 p. m. A
cordial welcome to strangers.
Union services at night, conduct
ed by Rev. J. G. Law, of the Pres
Presbyterian Church. The usu
al services may be expected at the
Presbyterian church tomorrow.
Sunday school at 9:30 a.m. Preach
ing,by the pastor at 11 a. m. No
service at night on account of the
union service at the Baptist
church. Seats free. Strangers
At the Christian Church Sun-
day school every Sunday at. 10 a.
xxl and regular church service at
11a.m. All arc cordially invited.
Grace church (Episcopal): Morn
ing services every Sunday at n
a.ro.; evening services at 8 p.m.
Synagogue : Regular services
every Friday evening at 8 o'clock
and Sunday morning at 10 o'clock.
I Ion. C. M. Brown has invented
and patented a new process for
wrapping fruits, especially or
anges. The wrapper is made
from a round piece of paper of a
stiff er texture than the tissue pa
per formerly used. This round
piece is crimped into a cup shape
without having any scams or
It will expand to let the fruit in
and close together ever it afterwards.
This patent has several good
It gives the fruit plenty of venti
lation and saves the price cf ex
pert wrappers who are paid $2
per day for their services, as any
child can pack the fruit in these
cups, as Mr. Brown calls them.
Another advantage is that the
tops of the oranges are visible
without disturbing the whole
crate to see the quality and condi
tion of the fruit
lhe patent is bound to prove a
financial success to the inventor.
Some papers print part of the
news all the time; others print all
the news part of the time; the Star
prints all the news all the time.
Remember an examination im
plies no obligation to buy. There
fore visit our display of fall goods
at the Bazar Store, 16th to i8rh.
Col. J. J. Hickman returned
from Mcintosh this afternoon.
The New York Journal, the
only big free silver paper publish
ed in that crty, 1 cent per copy
daily at Martin & McConnell's.
Two mere car loads of cattle
passed through town today going
R. O. Connor has returned from
a short visit to friends at Belle-
A lot of our young gentlemen
attended a ball at Santos last
AND - OPTICIAN
Under Montezuma Hotel, Ocala, Fla.
OP OCALA, FLA.'
ohfislJIj , - - $100,000.
Accounts of Merchants and
MOT - -VAULT
B. Y. P. U.
The B. Y. P. U. holds its regu
lar meeting tomorrow afternoon at
The following is the program:
Subject Church attendance.
Leader Thomas Jordan.
Advantages cf: Church Attend
ance Eddie Cites.
Quartet Stretch Forth Thy
Behavior in Church.
Reading Miss Lull Gary.
Faithfulness in Church Attend
ance. Recitation Miss Lull Mellon.
Duct Mrs. Oatcs and Miss
Every one is ccrdially invited to
The B. Y. P. U. will spend a
social evening at the Baptist
parsonage Tuesday, the 22d.
C W Steven, Tampa; H G
Dunn, Citra; J S Owen, Jackson
ville; L Kuder, Southern Express
Co; C G Leitner, Dunnellon; H E
Ploof, JackionvLJe; J E O'Hearn,
Lexington; Ai Wright, cit;. A
Cert, Tampa; A C Jackson, Atlan
ta. SOME EXTREMES.
There is a man in Ocala who
wears a number fifteen shoe and
another who wears a one and a
halt. We once knew a white man
who resided in Citrus county
blessed with a good understand
ing. He wore a number sixteen.
Summer Millinery Goods,
Bows.&c. . .
Great Variety and Lowest Frices.
MRS. M. E. HODGE,
Dress Making and General Sewing
All Cutting, Sewing and Fitting done In the Latest Style, at the Lowest Prlcef and
on short notice.
"Room Upstairs. North SldeSauere. Ocala. Fla.
The topic of the Epwcrlh
League lor tomorrow aficincon at
the Methcdist church will be "The
Enemies cf Christ Because of
Big6try." Lc:dcr, Justin F.
Ogle.. There will be a reading by
Miss Ben ha Gamble, end a paper
by F. M. Lcng. The meeting w'.ll
begin half zn hcur earlier at 3:30
instead of 4 o'clock. A cordial in
vitation Is extended to everv one.
Hon. R. A. . Bui ford and Hon.
H. L. Anderson, by the earnest
request of their respective friends
will meet in joint debate in Ocala
! on some day in'next week.
A stcck car loaded with fine
northern cattle passed thxough
town yesterday on its way to
South Florida. The car was drawn
by the south bound Piant system,
1 147, train. Quite a crowd gath
ered around to admire the fine
cattle. They were evidently in
tended for a ttcck farm as they
wcr. mostly cows and young
The members of the Biptist
chuch and con&rcgaticn are ur
gently requested to be in their
places on Sunday morning, Sept:
20, as an important communica
tion will then be made
Miss Market, cf Lady Lake,
passed through town this after
noon en route home, from High
At the Racket Ball thread ia;
wood clothes pins 6 for ic; jack
stones 0 for ic; hairpins 30 for ic;
nice top ic: glass cutter ;c: shirt
waist sets ice, 15c, 25c, 30; side
combs Sc, 1 or, 12c; new 9 inch
lace, gz; silk lace, 5c and 6:; ladies
waists 25c; boys waists 16c and
iSc; ladies extra gcod vests 10c;
bolt (16 yd) b:ack moquito bar,
J. W. Vogt hss a fine pack of
ten dogs of the finest breeds,
among which are seme of the
fleetest deer and fox hounds in
the state, and one or two imported
bird dogs. Mr. Vogt is having a
long kennel built built on the rear
of his lot at the stables, where the
dogs will be comfortably cared for.
Take the Stzr.
It has all the new?,
This bank has the most extensive and secure safety deposit vaults
in Florida, Boxes to rent $5, $10 and 15 per annum.
To Cure a Cold in Ono Day. w r wptp.ut vau"-
Take laxative Bromo-Ouinine Tab- ' ----- - Uashien
lets. All druggists refund the,
money if it fails to cure. 25c.
L;Lpr:dn js mill ikbry
Tno Prettiest and
The Ooala Female Seminary, Most Stylish
will cpen Oct. 5. Three depart
ments PrJmarKf Preparatory and
Collegiate. For particulars apply J&fiL
to Miss M. Cohen, principal.
Mr. Drew, of the Tampa B. &
L. Association, has returr ed from
" C. S. Cullen ha been quite sick
for several days at D. S. Wood
row's residence, but is better now.
Mrs. C. A. Brown has received a
new lot of Fall Sailor Hats in straw
and felt; also Tarn O'Shanter caps
in fur-felt and pretty Walking
Hats. Call and see them. 4 25
Miss Sallie Teague returned
from White Sulphur Springs this
afternoon, where she has been
spending the past few moLths.
Sendyour orders for groceries,
fresh meats, fish and produce by
phone- No. 76. at L. S. BlackV,
Stalls 11, 12 and 13. city market.
Dr. A. L. IzLr made a profes
sional trip to Cbatterton yester
day. The doctor drove over in his
buggy. The round trip is forty
Ice Cream today at the Post Office
A few days ago a rowboat from
Cocoa to Banyan passed through
a school of mullet that vss about
nvc mu;s long. 1 ni?, some years
ago, wouia nave passed utinc-ucec,
Always travel with Cupid, and
two rings travel with the rings we
sell the ring itself; and the ring
of honesty honesty 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
good when baby is a wcman.IT If '.
you buy a watch here, it will be a
geed watch. Buy something and
see if this isn't so.
Jeweler, Ocala; Fla.
so common were
mullet then. Ex.
The Champion boarding house
is enc of the most popular board
ing houses in the city, especially
so for railroad men. Try it. A
eocd iquare meal for 25 cents.
Pleasant rooms. Chesp weekly
board. One block south of the
SASH 1KB Blg Fi4TEt;
MRS. M. D TAYLOR, Prcpiietrcss.
Flooring, Ceiling, Siding, Casings, Mouldings, Dcors9 SasJi
and , Blinds. Tinning and Scroll Sawing,
all from Kiln Dried StocJt.
ROUGH LUMBER CUT TO ORDER.
We Realize Hiat Money is Scarce and Sell Accordingly. '
Bids arc solicited by the city of
Ocala for the purchase of the
buildirxg known as Reel House
No. 3, situated on the lot cf Dr. A.
H. R. Frederick. Bids to be ad
dressed to R. G. Blake, city clerk,
and to be in his hands on or be
lutdayof October, 1896.
By o dc r cf the city council.
R. G. Blake, City Clerk.
Our . New
. Style ,
Come in and See Our Line of Samples.
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