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The Evening: Star
PORTER & HARDING, Publishers. SUBSCRIPTION 50 CENTS PER HONTH. $5.00 per Year. 5 cts. per Copy at News Stands. Desiring to increas our sub scription list to 600 during the present month we have decided to take subscription at 25 cents per month, or 10 cents per week. The latter must be paid in advance. No Bull Fight Wanted. - An announcement is now going the rounds of the press that a bull fight will be one of the "attrac tions" of the coming Atlanta ex position, although it is to be more or less a sham. We do not under stand whether the management makes this announcement, but as such an event could not take place upon the grounds without their consent, they must be held responsible. The men who suppose that a bull fight, whether genuine or sham, will be an attraction anywhere in 1 he United States during the clos ing years of the nineteenth centu ry? do not understand the public sentiment of this country. Step by step tne vanuus ..-. wealths have bet-n outlawing prize fights between men, until this relic of brutality has been 'practically abolished. The people who have done this are in no mood to do mesticate in the United States that even more odious relic of bru tality, the fight between a man and a brute ; nor will they take any in terest in a travesty of the real con test. Almost every civilized na tion in the world has prohibited bull fighting, and the United States cannot afferd to lend it any degree of favor. The southern press has especial reason .for protesting against this ill-advised side show of the Atlan ta exposition. Most people will take the announcement to mean a genuine fight, and consequently it will reflect upon the south as a section. The Richmond,Va., State makes some remarks upon this point that we heartily indorse : It is not just to the intelligence of the south to have such a disgust ing show a typical southern exhibi tion, and our Georgia friends would do well to reconsider in this in stance. They will lose more than they will gain. No bull fight, sham or genuine, is wanted. That is the notice that should be served by the southern press upon the managers of the Atlanta exposition. Citizen. A Bad Runaway, Major Green's horse entertained the spectators just before dinner today with another one of his frol icsome capers. Miss Daisy Green had him in charge this time, and had just stepped out of the buggy at the side door of the post office, when he became frightened at the hand car passing and bolted down Osceola street and Ocklawaha ave- nue where he turned the buggy , m 25 Cents over ana smasneu it up uduiv.tum-1 than wood or gasoline, ripe gas plet 1) demolishing the fore wheels, i Hgbts, fire places and all kinds of J l- then ran on and turned up a ' stoves for heating. Not necessary V .v.reet and stopped at Dr. Ma-! to buy a stove Estimates f urnish , , ' ! ed on all work. Satisfaction guar- rcVs residence. ; anteed it was very lucky that Miss ' X)aisy h ' just stepped out, else ! she migiit nave sustained serious . injuries. . 1 This is the third time in a month that this horse has run t away. v- Yesterday's edition ended the at Woolf's Bakery. All correspon first month of the Star's career. dence answered promptly. Debating Society Program, Next Friday evening the Ocala Literary and Debating Society will render the following program: Instrumental solo C. V. Miller Remarks.. The president Instrumental duet Misses Thompson Recitation Miss Pasteurs Address "Bonds, Manufactures and the Prospects of Ocala" Mayor Reardon PLANT SYSTEM FOR BOSTON, TRIENNIAL CONCLAVE, KNIGHTS TEMPLAR. On Aug. 20 and 21, will sell vii; Qovannah and Steamship round ; tri&? ,3. ,4 and 23. will sell ! via all rail, with variable routes bevond New York. Round trip . aliyra and beyond New York, rail in one .lirprrinn and sound in other, $39-13- Rail to New York and be ; yond, one rail route going and an- j other returning, $39-93- Rai1 to I New York and beyond, one sound j line going and another returning, j $39 34- AlUickets -ood to return until ' 5ept fo i&and may be extend-; ept. iu, tt a . , . ( Sfnr TO ioUs. auu may uv. aiv.hu- , sept, iu, ioy, ci J. . . , BostL and made good to leave 1,USL . S.. To- Boston no later t nan sepi. u, ioy ; lor iurLiici uuwiiuawni') " " etc., call on C. F. Faires, City Ticket Agent, Ocala house F T. Huber, Ticket Aent, Passenger Station. For Sale Cheap for Cash, A horse five years old, well broken to both double and single harness, would make a good saddle nag if properly trained. She is medium sized, light chestnut color and has no wtvte spots except one on her forehead. Also a BUCKDOARD UUGCIV, nearly new, which has been used very little. It is a nice vehicle for a truck farmer or dairyman. The buckboarcl is at Mr. King man's wagon works, and Mr. Percy Williams will take pleasure in showing it to any one desiring to purchase. For further information apply at this office, or to Room 6, Frederick House, corner of Broad wav and Pine streets, Ocala, Fla. Ho for the Beach ! The Plant System have on their summer rates to St. Petersburg, Tarpon Springs, Clear Water, and for points on the east coast, for rates to all summer resorts call on F. J. Huijer, Ticket Agent, Fla. So. Depot, or C. F. Faires, City Ticket Agent, Ocala House. It! Proprietor of the only first class Colored Barber Shop in the city. I have taken charge of my old stand on Exposition di., mice doors west of First National Bank DUllUing ailU SUULlt y kjvil fjc I am fuliv prepared to do Shaving, Hair Cutting and Shampooing in the latest style. Only first class men employed. Give me a call. OAS ! GAS ! W. Q. Barry, P. O. Box 7i. Practical Plumber and Contractor. Barrys patent air and gas bur- ners are cieaner, uucdpci, smi TRAINED NURSE. Mrs. L. C. Clark, Trained Nurse. Best of references all over city XW7b m. - onrl from nil Inral nhvsicians. Call Vocal solo Miss M. Harrison : Carrying a full line 01 unueruu Debate Resolved, mat uic p-! Supplies, vvoouen an posed bond issue would be det- Caskets, Burial Robes, etc. rimental to Ocala." Affirmative, J 0rders bv mail and telegraph T. Hoag, Jr.; negative, W. D. ; promptly executed. If vou hav wLsh to pres rve, i?Kc il lw "-" : ' 1 :a. Witness bound. job office and nave D. E. Mclver, UNDERTAKER and EMBALMER The New Brunswick Restaurant, Misses Richards & Hallett, Proprietors. Board $3-5 Per Week- Regular Meals 25 Cents. Hot lunch., coffee etc at all hours of the day and night L tra dishes served at morale . " block. . Red Oak House, i Board and Lodging. 1 r xt: Wo- mrv rooms, oest 01 table accommodations, pleasant lo cation, one block south from . C c 1 ATno-nolia street. ciwin, v,v 1 , , n ATno-nolia street Rates from 75 c. to per daj . w the week. opiai : D. S. LITTLE, Prop., OCALA, - FLA rof. A. M. Hendon will ive private instruction in any branches to a limited number of pupils. An excel lent opportunity for students to prepare for required exam ination next session. h. w. n. : Stalls 1 and 3, City Market, j will keep constantly on hand a tun ; supply of : Florida and Western Beef ! Pork, Mutton, Chickens, Eggs and i Vegetables of all kinds. m , fry our Silver Churn Buttenne j on Ice. T. A. YANCEY, ci,, MUtCheo,, p., Pish, Game and Poultry. Northern and Florida Vegetables. New York, Chicago and Florida Orders from a distance special attention. given The Boston Tonsorial Artist, Who is upstairs in the Large, Cool Rooms in the Gary Block, is able to please all customers. Come and see me. Hair Cuts, Shaving and Shampoo ing done in first-class order. WM. JAHES. Gary Block. Ocala, Pla. Charles Constans, Foreign and Domestic Fruits Melons on Ice delivered to any part of the City. Vegetables and all kinds of Country Produce. Candies, Nuts, Tobacco and Cigars. Stop when passing and examine my stock ! ..... r t t J i 1 , ' 1 ! Miller Block. W . , . . LcUiiUb dim Gentlemen's RESTAURANT. Board and Lodging. Opposite Post Office. Miss mTJ. Wilson, PRIVATE BOARDING HOUSE. Nicest Location in the City. Special Itby the Week - ATW-,T MR T OWFN iYllvO. 1 U . U II L-IH, PRIVATE BOARDING. Best of accommodations, quiet and homelike. Also have desirably located Cot tages to rent. MtsTd. M. Hick's;E-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 ! Call and examine my stock. Millinery. The Lx-atest, He LfoWest Prices, AT Mrs. G. L Brown's Thomas J. Clary i Justice of the Peace, First District, Marion Co., Ma. Office in Court House. ! Prompt attention given to all Civil and Criminal vacs uma Jurisdiction. OCALA, FLA. Albert Wright, t w Attorney at .Law. Room 3, Merchants' Block, OCALA, FLA. James H. Hill, Attorney at Law. County Judge's office in Court House. OCALA, FLA. Phvsician & Surgeon. Diseases of Women and Children a Specialty. Office opposite Arlington Hotel. Ocala, Fla. ft. D. Fuller, Dentist. Office over Merchants' National Bank. OCALA, FLA. James Ohace, Dentist. Office over First National Bank, n.rA1 A j FLA. Box 382, Ocala, Fla. Treatment of Canxer 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 Main 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, I Attorney at Law. 1 J Office in Virst National Bank Block, OCALA, FLA. E. P. Allen, Attorney at Law, Room 3, Merchants' Block, OCALA, FLA.