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w - j sons, tne electricians, the painters PORTER & HARDING, Publishers. SUBSCRIPTION 50 CENTS PER flONTH. $5.00 per Year. No man is too busy to read the Star unless he has come to be so by advertising in the Star. At Grove City, Fla., June 26, Mrs. Richard Talbot was carried out into the Gulf by a huge tar pon. Her husband was fishing in a boat and he rescued his wife as she was dragged past by the fish. The lady was not seriously in jured. We trust our city patrons will bear patiently with us for a few days until we can get our carrier boys regulated and our routes so arranged as to make a perfect sys tem of delivery. We regret the frequent complaints and shall do all in our power to correct them. Miss Remie Londonderry, of Boston, the round-the-world bicy clist, arrived in El Paso, Texas, on the 27th inst., in good health and spirits. She will remain there probably until July 15, and then ride north to Denver en route ,iome. She has declined over 150 .icrs of marriage. She says that le has S1500 saved up. Among the new locations select ed for patriotic monuments aro the battleground at Stony Point, on the Hudson, and the spot on the Delaware river where Wash ington crossed to attack the Brit ish at Trenton. The New York Sons of the Revolution propose to convert Stony Point into a nation al park, and the Trenton monu ment will be erected by the Bucks county Historical society, of Penn sylvania. A remarkable convention took place in London this month under the auspices of Miss Frances Wil lard. Female delegates from South Africa, Japan, America, Australia, New Zealand and Can ada described how the crusade against intemperance and impurity is progressing throughout the civ ilized globe. Meetings on an enormous scale assembled at Al bert hall, and women were the only speakers. On Sunday no fewer than 200 pulpits were occu pied by women. ti A a It has been reported that the Florida Fruit Exchange would temporarily suspend business, ow ing to a probable lack of oranges, but at the annual meeting of the Association, held in Jacksonville I last week, it was decided to con- tinue. in ms annual address Pres ident Fairbanks takes a very en couraging view of the situation. He estimates that the orange crop ef 1896 will be about 1,000,000 boxes, and that the , crop will in- crease" rapidly year by year. Eus-i tis Lake Region. Dined with His Laborers. James Stokes, of New York, brother of E. D. and Anson Phelps Stokes, entertained at dinner a few evenings ago nearly 200 arti sans who had been employed in the construction of his house at the northwest corner of Park ave nue and Thirty-eighth street. Bishop Potter sat at the host's right, and Fulton Cutting at the left. The affair oocurred in the In dustrial building, Lexington ave nue and Forty-third street. Gath ered around the board were the mixers of mortar and carriers of the same, the bricklayers he of the woodwork and the decora tors, who met on terms of equality with the contractor, the society man and the church dignitary. The whole tone of the dinner can be gathered from the fact that the wealthy host addressed his guests as fellow workmen. Stokes is a student of socioogv V--- ad came to the conclusion that th" solution of the question of capital and labor lay in both ex tending the hearty hand of fellow ship to one another. The other reason for the gathering was be cause of a promise that the host : XT. , . ,r r.rvyc uc1. f , , , , . ,r 1 Nice, large, airy rooms, best ot had made, himself years ago, that j table accommodations, pleasant lo when he built a house those who j cation, one block south from F. C. reared it should dine with him. ; & P. depot, on Magnolia street. j Rates from 75c. to $1.50 per day. I 5pCCjai rates by the week. He Takes. Them Away, Tonight at 1:05 Chief Murray will bid adieu to Ocala, taking with him the entire Gray family. A Star reporter had a chat with the captain this morning, in which the officer stated that he was loath to leave Ocala, having fallen in love with the state, and our town in particular. "But," said he, "I am more favorably impressed with your people than the country." Mr. Murray said he was a walking geography of the United States, Mexico and Canada, having, in the dispatch of his duties, been in every portion of those countrtes. He will leave Jacksonville at 10 ! o'clock tomorrow morning on the steamer Algonquin for New York, then by rail to Peterboro, a small j town 60 miles from Toronto, where the crime was committed. He ex pects to arrive at his destination about Friday morning. He said it was a strong case against the prisoners, and would very likely convict them. Chief Murray gave an interesting description of Cana dian life and customs, industries, crops, etc. He said it was not so extremely cold in winter; in fact, was a better climate than north western New York. The hunting and fishing are excellent, times are fairly prosperous, and the people up there enjoy life as well as in ! fair Florida. We shall be loath to ! lose the chief, but very glad to be free of such people as his prison ers. Temperance Notice, The Ocala Temperance Reform Club promises a very interesting program at Temperance Hall to morrow afternoon at 4 o'clock. Let there be a large attendance. The "other temperance organiza tions of the city are especially urged to be represented, as an im portant matter is to be considered at the close of the exercises. The famous plant system wil run a grand excursisn to Picnic Island, Port Tampa, June 30. Leave Ocala at 7 o'clock in the morning. Fare for adults $i, and J 50c. for children. Let everybody j go and have a good time. Travel- j ing Passenger Agent H. G. Hay-1 craft has just billed the town with the most artistic lithograriic pic tures of this excursion we have ever seen. a To Get the Best Teachers. School boards, colleges or fami- i lies can obtain the names of effi cient teachers free of charge by writing to The School Agency, j Birmingham, Ala. stating the j kind of teacher wanted, the posi-; tion to be filled, salary and other I tu:. . - uaiuuuiaia. una JTXHCIJCy IS in- j 0 .... J dorsed and patronized by the lead ing Educators and institutions of the South and Southwest. First Grade t successful teachers desiring enrollment should write for circulars. The Hew Brunswick Restaurant, Misses Richards & Rusk, Proprietors. Board $3.50 per Week, Regular Meals 2s Cents. Hot lunches, coffee, etc., at all hours of the day and night. Ex tra dishes served at moderate prices. Upen ivionaay. naisie block. 1 Red Oak House, Board and Lodging. D. S. LITTLE, Prop., j , ' ; ELA. THE ; j Sand DodgCr I j Sll06 j Co. are selling at greatly reduced prices, notwithstanding the ad vance all round by the manufac turers. Arlington Hotel. Corner of South Main street and I7ort King avenue. Rates, $1.50 and $2 per day. Special rates by the week. Best accommodations for the money to be had in the city. W. n. Lucius, Stalls 1 and 3, City Market, will keep constantly on hand a full ; supply of Florida and Western Beef ; Pork, Mutton, Chickens, Eggs and ' Vegetables of all kinds. ' 1 ry our silver nui n miiterine on Ice. T. A. YANCEY, Butcher, City Market, Ocala, Fla. Fish, Game and Poultry. Northern and Florida Vegetables. New York, Chicago and Florida Meats. Orders from a distance special attention. given The Boston Tonsorial Artist, Who is upstairs in the j Large, Cool Rooms Sin the Gary Block, is able to please I all customers. Come and see me. ! Hair Cuts, Shaving and Shampoo ing done in first-class order. WM. JAHES. Gary Block. CharleS ConStatiS, !T . vr"- Forelgn ad ' Domestic Fruits , T , T , , . Alulnnf r r- I rial urAfPri Ti nnir part" of the City Vegetables and all kinds of Country Produce. Candies, Nuts, Tobacco and Cigars. Stop wlien passing and examine my sfock. I w. H. chaiiie, Ladies' and entlemen's RE RANT. Board and Lodging. Opposite Post Office. Miss M. I. Wilson, PRIVATE BOARDING HOUSE. Nicest Location in the City. Special Eow Rates by the Week and Month. MRS. T. J. OWEN, PRIVATE BOARDING. Best of accommodations, quiet and homelike. oAlso have desirably located Cot- tages to rent. Mrs. D. M. Hick'sjB" F' Brown-M-D- MILLINERY : Physician & Surgeon. EMPORIUM We carry a complete and well as sorted stock of Up-to-date Millinery Goods at the Lowest Cash Prices ! rnll nnrl evnmine mv stock. Millinery. 1 ne u-caesi. he LfoWest Prices, AT , n j II 1 roi'jns. Thomas J. Clary, Justice of the Peace, First District, Marion Co., Fla. Office in Court House. Prompt attention given to all Civil and Criminal Cases under my Jurisdiction. OCALA, FLA. Albert Wright, Attorney at Law. Room 3, Merchants' Block, OCALA, FLA. James H. Hill, Attorney at Law. County Judge's office in Court House. OCALA, FLA. irSi Gi Hb u A. H. R. Fredrick, M. D. Physician & Surgeon. Diseases of Women and Children a Specialty. Office opposite Arlington Hotel. Ocala, Fla. R. D. Fuller, Dentist. Office over Merchants' National Bank. OCALA, ELA. James Ohace, Dentist. Office over Eirst National Bank, OCALA, FLA. Box 382, Ocala, Fla. Treatment of Cancer a specialty. W.. H. Marean, M. D., Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon. Electro-magnetic and Massage Treatment employed in treating Chronic Diseases. Diseases of Women and Children a specialty. Office, corner of Second and Mam streets. Residence, corner of Second and Watula streets, OCALA, FLA. John G. Reardon, Attorney at Law, Will practice in all Courts. Union Block, OCALA, - FLA. James D. McConnell, j Attorney at Law. Office in First National Bank Block, OCALA, FLA. E. P. Allen, Attorney at Law. Room 3, Merchants' Block, OCALA, FLA.