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3 j -rV, : ;. Lad L.VJ Vol. l.--No. 48. Fri PUBLISHED EVERY DA V IN TH EE WEEK EXCEPTING SUNDAY. t 1.- - i O V in. and Some Some T Ii I n 5 Vc a v. Chickens, b; 1 ; it1 old youn.;, today at Uiay s. J. R. Liv-:is-iy, of Richaioad, va., is in to'.vn. Houses to rent from $5 to $15. Inquire of I. Stevens. V. E. McKiy, uf Oxford, is in town today. A fine lot of young' fat chickens j for sale to:i.j.y at Gray's. VV. I. Fair, of New Orleans,was ; m tovn yctcruay. 1 Sixrroom house for rent on South ' Third street. Massey. Aj)'y to C. D. YV. II. Cody, of Georgia, is at the Ocala f louse. Remember, we are closing out j our entire line of Straw Hats A'i COST. Davjdson cc VanKchop. G. W. Cline, of Jacksonviile,was j in tne city yesterday. Puff Rosom Shirts, white and COiored ironts. Davidson S: Van Ecu op. W. A. Riche, from Atlanta, was in our city yesterday. R. C. Camp, from Suffolk, Va., is at the Ocaia house. J. W. Davis, of Crescent City, stopped in town yesterday. W. A. Fulton, of Istachatta, was at the Ocaia house yesterday. Benjamin Harrison, of Jackson ville, was in the city yesterday. We are still in the Custom Made Clothing business and can lit you. Piices riht. Davidson & VanEchop. Maurice Stern has gone to At-1 lanta, which will be his future home. Mrs. Frank Barrett left today for Boston, where her husband is j in business. j We carry one of the most com plete lines of Men's Fine Shoes in town. Patent Leather, Cordovan and Calf. Davidson & VanEchop. James A. Harris, head of the vanished orange industry, went to Amelia beach todav. Any porson wishing a good pas ture for either horses or cattle will piease call on B. H. Seymour, Ocaia, lrla. Terms reasonable. 36- 2v C. L. Brooks, the phosphate man from P2arly Bird, was at the Montezama yesterday. Mrs. S. F. Sanders and Miss j Jessie Blake went on the excursion ! to Fernandina today. 1 Miss Mattie Aired, the accom-j plished teacher, will go to North j Carolina for a month's vacation. Joe Munden, the temperance ed itor of the Star, is at the beach to day, indulging in a cold water bath. Davidson & VanEchop are now in their new quarters and are ready to serve their many customers bet ter than herebefore. Everybody invited to inspect our new line of Negligee Shirts. Davidson & VanEchop. vou Iake, sister of the! I r. era I citvr ticket arent of the J ; C. t:z V , has returned from a viit i to friends in Tallahassee. i I j Mrs. I I. 5tacy, at corner of Marr-;- nolia and r ilth street, will want a 'few ;j;o'Hi entlcrnan boarders at ! 53.50 per week, Jk-st ol accom j modat!ons in town for the money. 17-tf Tommie Harris jumped hi I jo. f-r at the Banner office today and re-1 paired to the seashore at Amelia j beacn to spor"t 311 tae wuu sea . ; waves. The Covenant Biiildin- and ; Loan association will pay you 8 per j I cent for the use ot your money, or jioun you theirs at 6 percent. ! Winch do vou prefer ? M. IvI. ijtlie wji explain to you. AIiss Clara Gray gave a party a day r two a0 and i0-lde farewell to her many frienos. She left yes day for Tennessee. Her aunt, Miss pujf went wlth her. Figures do not lie. Multiply $36 by 7 and you have $500 provided vou invest seven times thirty-six j with the Covenant Budding and Roan association. Little about it. Ask M. M. J. D. Disbennett and G. D. Hues, f-r, nrmnwmf woronti; .f O r. ivdu uiuiiiitiLUk ui'.iviiuiio vx ange Lake, came down yesterday, This morning they called in and subscribed for the Star, and gave us a good order for job printing. The Star's hungry force was again delighted by some delicious peaches brought in this morning by Mrs. J. N. Ed wards. We as sure her they were highly appre ciated, and 15 minutes after wards there were none of them left lying around loose. The Osceola club held its regu lar meeting last night. The fol lowing officers were elected: Pres ident, Jack B. Hiers; vice-presi- dent, Henry C. Stevens; secretary, Val Neely ; treasurer, Charlie Floyd; manager, iathan Mayo; assistant Miller. manager, Charlie V. W. W. Clyatt, jr., manager of the Security Abstract company, tried to draw a map of the Ockla waha river for a big new turpen tine company, and the river was so crooked that he drew up all the paper he had and then had to give it up. Capt. Larnerd, general agent of the Plant system, who has been very ill at his rooms in the Ocaia house, is a great deal better today. The captain, though sadly afflicted with paralysis, is a very superior business man, and, although at times he suffers greatly, is a very pleasant social gentleman. The following are the number of persons who left Ocaia for the various points mentioned via the Plant system yesterday. 3 for Bos ton; 1 for New York: 2 tor AtJan- j ta; 1 for Lebanon, Tenn.; 1 for j Trenton, Ky.; 1 for St. Paul, Minn.; 1 for Talladega, Ala.; 4 for Bon neau, S. C; 1 for London, Ky.; and several for Daytona and other re sorts in the state.; Yesterday was j a good day for the Plant system. ' r i n u s vo ur Job To rk i t want it done neat and curck. 1 1 i - The cok for 1894 v.T c'osi the 1st of Scptrriib.jr and nptrrty Vlii De i -ale hrbt ! Manila v m Ucioixr next Louse aiHi ynr taxes ana 'e expenses. i 1). I'oosi ax Collector Marion count v, Fla. In-" ? - v. - 1 C- j j . VERY iU: Capt. Pooser, the genial tax col ctor, and his obliging; assistant, y. C. Gaibrailh, are -hard at work on the delinquent tax list. They are obliged to work about iS hours out of the 24 to get the list rcruiy tor Poncation ny u. 1 . - - Brin your job work to the Star i office and see now cheap they will do it for vou. io 1 raoe. x gooa improvea ; Missouri farm, in southeast Mis souri. The Oz-irk mountain sec- tion and home ot the big red apple, properly. li'-es in office. ioriaa. jnquire at this A gentleman from Orange Lake went out to see a friend in the rnnnfrv the other drv. ,mn spent j , . the day eating peaches and water - melons. When he started home b h frier d ave him a me. 'on to carrv with him. which was so lar?'e - r i j that he had to turn it lengthwise j i i his wagon bed to carry it. How's ! that, brother? John Cordero, the popular oung ticket broker of Jacksonville, ha dissolved partnership with John Fuller. Mr. Fuller will continue the business in Jacksonville, and Mr. Cordero will go to' Atlanta be tween now and September 1. On that date he will open up a first class cut rate ticket office at 42 Wall street. Mr. Cordero is an old Ocaia boy and has many friends here. He has been visiting in Ocaia for the past few days. Our railroads are doing a good business with their cheap excur sions, there being one of these ex cursions every two or three days on one of the different roads. In this way a great many people trav el who would not be able to do so were they compelled to pay full fare. And these are not all Sun day excursions either. As some people find such an objection to the latter, there are ample excur sions run for those who object to travel on Sunday. The compositor yesterday, not having the never-erring Morning News before him, got the names of our musical clubs mixed, and re ferred to them as the Metropolitan Glee Club orchestra, instead of the Metropolitan band and Glee Club orchestra. Hereafter we will have that scriptural sheet before his eyes, and doubless he will steer clear of all errors, although they ulated families. At the same time, we must say that the gentleman who wields the stick and rule in this office is one of the neatest and most correct we have ever seen. He sets up the entire paper every day, and frequently sets a whole column without a single error. ATIKXMUX. T A 1ST D OF3 JL W u J li I J G- North Side Srjuare, Ocaia, r'Sa. 11 Wu ,yy v" A ASStf. V-4 aVsV i f--i R. B. Mitcliell & Co. j J ! Af D- 1 v Drugs, Chemicals, Patent Medicines, Fancy Goods, Stationery, &c, Scda Water and Icq Cream. Ph siclan Prescriptions CorefuIIy Compounded. Post Office Drua Store. : y&? j tj j o ! WW-? ! tfj I "cf i vvvvv D. ajs!City Market Grocery, is the best place in the city to buv votir fresh groceries. A complete line of Staple and Fancy Groceries constantly on hand. I keep every thing in the grocery line. Country Produce, Chickens and Eggs bought and sold. Bread, Pies and Cakes fresh from the bakery. GrIAri: -A. CALL A:N 1) 15(2 COyiCGD. One Door North from City Market, Ocaia, Fla. m The OcaSa opposite Montezuma Hotel. tos, Portraits an udy ISP B ABSES QUICK AS A WINK! N. B ... TH E. OA R&ON EZTTEE ls OUR SFnCIAL.TY and is made only by us. Call and see Samples ww 9 lfl JVLQQ liOOOS, Low Grade Prices. Repairing and Engraving. ! All Work Guaranteed at A. . v; Merchants' Block, Ocaia, Fla. p -4 V y iiA J A I - GOODS. o r:v v v ii ii 9 AVv- AVv "vv pVA V AV fV 'VA t w Ay -av -v lA r Courtney s Photo Co. m lews. E. Bumett'S, Jeweler.