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Xocal Ate inn oX inicrchi
Monday, Sept. 21.
Good Linen Collar for 10 cents
3tt Rowell's.
Arch Mclver of Blitchton is in
- Pretty Stles in Alpine Hats at
J. A. Rowell's.
Jake Strauss, of Savannah, is in
40 cents buys the genuine
Guyot Suspender at Rowt Ls
T. J. Agnew, of Savannah, is at
the Ocala.
Five hundred lump chimneys,
all sizes 5c, at rittrnan & Co.'s.
li. M. Hndcrscn of Candler is
in the city.
For Sale Cheap. A neat roller
top desk at J. A. rittrnan & Co.'s
The farmers have begun to haul
their corn to market. .
Nsw Suar cane, two stalks for
ccnts,at Williamson & Constans.
J. J. Gen will return from New
York Thursday or Friday.
. Go to No. 28 Exposition street
ior the cheapest groceries in the
"11. A. Stenson ha? returned
Irom Lis trip to Palmetto.
New York World, daily, 1 cent,
Sunday, 5 cents, at Martin & Mc
Conneirs. James I I. Pittman made a busi
ness trip up the Florida Southern
Get a Good Shirt at the price of
sl cheap one. You can if ou buy
from Row ell.
M. M Little severed his con
nection with C. Rheninauer's store
Saturday night.
Rowell's bargain counter of
Shoes always h2S new attractions
for close buyers.
- Marshal Wiliiams has again re
sumed his duties as marshal after
.a painful i:laess.
20 dozen Fresh Country Eggs
received today at Williamson &
. -Constixs
D. S. Woodrcw and S. W.
xaue returned f rem Jacksonville
jy est era ay morning.
: The Post Office drug store uill
. feivc you the finest cream and btst
drinks in the city,
- Hon. M. V. B. VanNcss and
con, ot Arlington, Citrus county,
arc in the city on business.
The cheapest groceries in the
city at J. 15. Sutton's, 28 Exposi
tion street
The B. Y. P. U. will spend a
social evening at the Baptist
parsonage tomorrow night.
Everything needed to furnish a
iiouse going cheap this summer at
Mrs. A, J. L-gg and sister, Miss
Waldrook, left today for Atlanta
to spend two months visiting rela
'Rowell's Two Dollar Shoe for
Ladies wears as well as any S2.50
snoe bougnt elsewhere.
John S. Oliver, advertising Bat
lie Ax plug, was in the city Satur
day, giving away samples of his to
Solid School Shoes at Rowell's.
Remember this when ready to
buy. Satisfaction every time.
Lira. Como Massey and baby
and mother, Mri. S. K. Cook, left
today for Barnesville, Ga.. to
rptnd a few months.
At the Racket. Boy' pants
55c; youths' pants 65c; men's
jpmta 65; all bargains.
George VanEehop says that
Jakc Brown's picture while try-
cfj to dodge the Broadway cable
Ora would bo worth a fortune to
B. R. Stripling, of Anthony, is
in town.
v,ct ?rv rrmrn in ihr-
litest nnH most delicious flavors at
the Tost Office Drug Store.
W. W. Acbesoo, of Beliview,
is in town on business.
To Cure a Cold in One Day
Takeaxative Bromo Quinine Tab
lets. Ail druggists refund the
money if it fails to cure. 25a
Ben Bdl left today for South
Florid 1.
Scud) our ciders for grocerie?,
fresh nu:rts, fiNh ar:d produce by
phone No. 76. at L. S. B ack's,
Stalls 11, 12 and 13 city market.
Mrs. W. II. Cha.He returned
from Gainesviilc yesterday.
The New Ycrk Iou:na the
only big free silvtr paper publ sh
ed in that cityt 1 cent perccpy
daily at Martin & McConnell's.
G. C. Stapylton returned from
Lees burg today.
Mrs. C. A. Brown has received a
newlot of Fall Sailor Hats in straw
and felt; also Tarn O'Shanter caps
in fur-felt and pretty Walking
Mats. Call and see them. 25
Alfred Ayer, of Lake Weir, was
in town today.
The Ocala Female Seminary
wPl open Oct. 5. Three, depart
ments Primary; preparatory and
Collegiate. For particulars apply
to Miss M. Cohen, principal.
Major CP. Lovell, of Ltesburg,
spent today in the city.
and Chccolato
Ice Cream today at the Post Office
dru store.
W. P. Harris, of Gainesvi It,
general rgent of the Piant S stc rr,
is in town.
At the Racket sheet iron pans,
7C 12c and 15c; meat broilers,
12c; yellow baker a, 12c; sbaul
straps, 15c; men's linen cuffs, 15c;
cloth bound books, 15c; men's
leather belts, 15c. and 25c; shoulder
braces, 50c.
Rev. J. C. Pcrter came ia frcm
High Springs today and wer.t on
to Lake Weir.
Norton & Davis, the new propri
etors of the Ocala House IJarber
Shop, will give you as dean ard
C3y a shave and as nice a ha;r
cut as any barber in Ocala. Three
experienced, fashionable barbers
in the shop. Call and give them a
trial. 3 24-tf.
Miss Sallies Teague ir.d lit iTc
niece, Francis, left tcd.y for Lady
Lake. ' -
Capt. Lytle and family, of South
Like Weir, are in the city visiting
Excepting a few finbhirg touch
es the new Plant System depot
will be finished by Saturday night.
A few days ago a box car.no t
over 10 feet long and having only
four wheels, passed through town
Henry Steavens, the popular
young jeweler, at A. E. Burn
nett's, attended services (?) at
Candler yesterday.
Tampa seems to be afflicted
with an epidemic of ghosts or
other spirituous, if not spiritual,
C. M. Ackerman, manager of
the Continental National B. & L.
Association, of Gainesville, is in
the city on business (?).
Mrs. J. G. Ramsaur of St. Pe
tersburg arrived in town yesterday
to spsnd a few days visiting her
sister, Mrs. R. R. Carroll
Don't fail to attend the meeting
of the Democratic Club tomorrow
night, as business of much impor
tance is to be transacted.
J. J. Gerig's big cotton gin, at
the croninr of the F. C. & P. and
Florida Southern railroads, is now
ready to gin cotton and will begin
thli tyeelc They would have been
at work last week, but for some of
the mich in cry breaking down.
London, England, Sept. 20
Lady Henry Somerset writes from
Marseilles an rppeal to the Daily
News to collect funds to send the
refugee Armenians to America.
The Daily News this morning also
prints an appeal from Miss Pran
ces Willard, to her s:sters in
America, on the same subject, and
in an editorial the same journal re
joices to bs able to assist in such
a project.
At the Rack- fine shce brush,
2or; spectacles snd case, 20c; fine!
xi zcr strop, 20 z pair pillow shams,
2or: gallon galvanized oil can. 2cc;
write metal watch chain, 20j; Sxio
mirror 20c; 18 inch doll 20:; 12
machine net dies 20c.
A Star reporter who walked out
on the Silver Springs and West
ern railroad was surprised to find
aver three miles cf track laid.
We have secured the entire
Ocala fish trade for Hay & Paul of
Crystal River. We will keep a
"full supply of fresh mullet and
bottom fish, kept well iced. These
fish arereceived fresh every dsy.
Fresh oysters will be kept a little
later. Edwards Bros., city n aTktt,
If ycu want to enjoy a pleasant
outing where you can have a geed
time bathing, fihing and boat rid
ing you will not find a better place
than Capt. E. F. Whteltr's, near
Ozello. IPs place is near the
gulf ar.dke, with the assistance of
his pl asant family, will make your
stay pleasant. Charges are reas
onable. 11 you are thii king cf
goir g don, od dress Mr. Wheeler
at Ozdio.
Through South Missouri for Four
The Kansas City, Fort Scott &
Men phis railroad company h3s
just issued a magnificent bcek of
b:xy or more phc cnraved
views of varied sctnery in South
Misscuii. Frcm thcee views tn
accurate knowledge can be obtain
ed as to the productions and gen
eral topography c f that highly fa
vcrcd section that is ncwatuact
ing the cttention cf heme seekers
and. investors the country over.
The title cf the bock is ''Snap
Shots in South Missouri." It will
be mailed upon receipt of postage,
4 cents. Address J. E. Lcckwood,
Kansas. City, Mo.
Three live, energetic, reiiab'e
roentofctll ewing machines ard
collect in Marion and adjoining
counties. Applicants must fur
nish a horse and give bond for
honesty. Steady employment and
good pay to the right men. Ad
dress J. R. Wells, Jacksonville,
Fla. 19
DflRUT I?al t0 look at tbe
Slltl I Racket window, 11
WIJ D North Magnolia St.
.. Carbonettcs ..
.... ARE ....
prize winners
Examine his display and
compare with the Old
Style Photos of others.
Prices no Higher than
the Ordinary Photo.
Studio opposite Montezuma.
' N. B.
Babies .
as a
flt A. HALL,
Practical Painter and
Paper Hanger.
Glazier and Kalsomincr.
l?j O. Box Ocala, Fla;
me b
Schedule in effect
Arrival and Departure of
Train leaving Ocala 1:47 P-ra- via Gainesville and High
Springs is Solid Train Without Change, making direct connec
tion at Waycrcss with Puilmsn Sleeping Cars for New York;
Pullman Sleepers for Macon, Atlanta, Chattanocga and Nashville;
also for Montgomery, Birmingham, Nashville and St. Louis with
out change, connecting en route with Pullman Sleepers for Louis
ville, Cincinnati, MemDhis, Kansas City and all principal points.
Steamer Leaves Port Tampa 10 p. m. Mondays and Thursdays.
Weekly Service Between BPOBT TAMPA AND MOBILE.,
Steamer Leaves Fort Tampa 10 p. m. Saturdays.
Steamer lpave Port Tarr.ca dailv ecert Sundav at a.
rVIA.JNA.r2 KJLVCSi. Feints.
5teaners run between Port Tampa and St. Petersburg every few hours daily except Sunday.
A.M. daily except Sunday for Juliette
and intermediate points, connecting at
Juliette for lstachatta and intermediate
local points; also tor rewborry ana in
tern edute local pcints.
3ifl K P-M-dallv for Juliette, Port Tampa and
iUJ points south, and daily except Sundays
tor liomosassa.
P.M. daUy forPalatka, Jacksonville,
Gainesville, High Sprines.Waycross.Sa
vannah. New York. Macon. Atlanta.
-Chattanooga and Nashville; Thomas
vilJe, Montgomery, Birmingham, Nash
ville, St. Lonis, Louisville and Cincin
nati, and all points north, east and
O.fiO P.M. daily for Lessburg, Fitzgerald,
Cmjm Tampa and all points south.
11 4R daily except Sunday for Rochelle
I it J and intermediate Io;al points.
OCALA HOUSE, Ocda, Fla. SEMINOLE, Winter Park," Fla
t - j t-t THE INN, Pert Tarcspa, Fia.
Punta Gorda, Ha. r '
THE TAMPA BAY HOTEL, Tampa, Florida.
SS"The Inn and Ocala House open all the year round.
For further information and tickets, call on or address
H. G. Haycraft, Ticket Agent, Ocala, Fla.
Walter W. Hunt, C. S. Preston,
Trav. Pass. Ag't, Sol't. Pass. Ag'
Tampa, FIsl Santord,
K. C. McFadden, F. M. Jolly,
Ass't Gen. Pass. Ag't, Div. Pass. Ag1
Savannah, Ga. Tampa,
B. W. WRENN, Passenger Traffic Manager, Savannah, C
Come and See Our
We sell shoes. We sell them
for just as low prices as we can.
We buy from the best makers.
We would like your shoe trade.
We will serve ycu so that we
will keep it. We make these
prices as an entering wedge.
July 26, 1896
Trains at Ocala, Fla,
ship Line .
no. for St. Petersburg and al!
Returning arrive at Port Tampa 5:00 p. m.
A.M. daily except Sunday from Homo
sassa and intermediate points.
P.M. daily from Juliette and all points
north, "east and west via Juliette and
daily except Sunday from lstachatta
and intermediate joims south of Ju
liette P.M. daily from Tatrpa, Leesburg and
points south via Florida Southern divi
sion. P.M. daily from Jacksonville, Palatka,
Gainesville and all points north, east
and west.

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