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DAILY EXGEPT SUNDAY.
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PORTER & HARDING, Publishers. :
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If you want all tha nsws ;
all the time, take tin STAR.
DEMOCRATIC TICKET.
Fcr Governor :
V.. D. BLOXHAM.
For Secretary of State :
JOHN L, CRAWFORD.
For Treasurer :
CLARENCE B. COLLINS.
For Comptroller :
W. H. REYNOLDS.
For Attorney General :
W. B. LAMAR.
For Justice of the Supreme Court:
MILTON II. MABRY.
For Superintendent of Public In
struction :
W. N. SHE ATS.
For Commissioner ot Agriculture:
L. B. WOMBWELL.
ADDITIONAL LOCAL.
Star ads get there every time.
Jas. Pittman goes to Leesburg
tonight on business.
Dr. E. V. Chaptn returned from
Gainesville this, afternoon.
B. R. Stripling of Anthony, the
New York L'fe Insurance agent,
paid us a pleasant visit today.
Miss Meta Jewett left yesterday
for Wilmington, N. C, to spend
thi summer visiting her grand
mother. A negro near Flemington has
has a calf with five legs. The
fifth member grows out from its
neck and his a very good hoof on
it.
We saw a watermelon in Capt.
Pooser's office today raised on the
captain's farm, that weighed 8o
pounds. Marion county has raised
a great many big melons this year.
Mr. & Mrs. R. A. Burford are
happy over the arrival at their
home of a line baby boy which put
in an appearance Fiiday afternoon
at 3 o'clock. All parties arc doing
well. Dr. Nevsom was the attend
ing physician.
Slaughter Sale cf Furniture.
We r.re closing out at nctual
cost cur immense line of Furni
ture. AU goods not sold by. July
I will be shipped to our branch
store t Fort Myers. . Call before
the banrrd::s :;re all so'd out.
E BUGBEE & CO.
Volu --? i, No. i of the Wild
wood G:z;.it:; with S. A. Murden
as cdilcr. cones to our table today
bristlin;: vlth the local and rrnsr
al news f ihe state. We welcome
the G?.zzlfa to cur exchange list
and hop its lirrn.: may never rrow
dim."
II ai Sl: -their
liv.
1o brir.l.rcn j
4 a! J
citteiilrc. Tb.. mother end
child nxc nic'y aivl Jim is
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,n f o i TV" t- fl-
ian garal, biirf; ssked whether
lie vou!d choos2 t- marry his
daughter t an indigent man of
nieri". rr t a worthless man cf an
estate, replied that be would prefer
a man with' ut an estate to an es
tate without a rsaiy
county TiCi-.vicuna
i n ere ov j.nnou-c-.! my
:J 7. ca
did ate l or the offirx- of c;u
traiiurcrcf Marion county,
itrct to the action cf the - jr:; ,.;-.. t-
jc prim'-iriw'?, and ?r:ic;c tee sup-
port cf my lri::v.b and the
of Marion county. Respectful. y,
" A. iv. Gkh-tin.
I V. .1.-4 . ' 1 A. W A . A J 1
s a c'inc.i -
: county treasurer subject to demo-;
cratic !rirr'
aries.
FOR COUNTV SL'UVF.VOK.
I am a candidate for re-election
to the office of county Surveyor. ,
ouujucL lu liic ucinuLicUiL. in A" ;
maries. i
Jas. R. Mo.-muivA!..
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FOR THE LEGISLATURE. S
I hereby announce myself to the j
democracy oi Marion county as a!
nominated at the primaries and
elected at the polls I will repre
sent the people in the legislature
to the best of my ability.
W. K. Zewadski.
If nominated in the primaries I
will be a candidate for the legisla
lature. Alfred Ayer.
SHERIFF.
Thanking my friends for past sup
port and confidence, and trusting
that my administration merits a
continuance of same, I announce
myselt a candidate for re-election
to the office of sheriff of Marion
county, subject to the democratic
primaries. B. DuPke Hodge.
I hereby announce myself a can
didate tor election to the office of
sheriff cf Marion county, subject
to the democratic primaries and
the support of my friends. Re
spectfully, E. T. Williams.
CLERK of circuit court.
I am a candidate for the office of
clerk of the circuit court of Marion
county, subject to the democratic
primaries.
Simeon T. Sistrunk.
I hereby announce myself a can
didate for the office ot clerk of cir
cuit court of Marion county, sub
ject to the democratic primaries,
and solicit the support of my
friends and the democratic voters.
E. P. Thagard.
tax collector.
I hereby announce myself a can
didate for' tax collector for Marion
county, subject to the democratic
primaries, and respectfully solicit
the support of my friends.
Joseph N. Edwards.
I hereby announce myself a can
didate for County Tax Collector,
subject to the democratic prima
ries, and respectfully ask the sup
port of my friends.
W. C. Galcraith.
I hereby announce myself a can
didate for re-election to the office
of county tax collector, subject to
the democratic primaries, and re
spectfully ask the support of my
friends and the democratic voter.
F. D. Pooser.
superintendent of public in
struction. Thanking my friends for the
confidence they have placed in me
in the past, I again ask their sup
port for re-election to the office of
count' superintendent cf schools,
subjecting my claims to the action
of the democratic primaries.
Respectfully, M. L. Payne.
I hereby announce myseit a can
didate for Superintend: nt cf Public
Instiuctiou of Marion county, sub
ject to the Ds-n-ccratic Primaries,
and f.vTcT toe tatpport of i:y
friend 3 and tl-.c Democratic voters.
W. D. Carn,
Citra, Fia.
I i am a cam:: a. -.v..; i-.r rc-'t- -c .'..r. .
t ' : ' t c i .
ti civic- ci r.:.-n' j--oft
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To the
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lion by purmries to th-; ofnee of
port cf my democratic friends.
Ravmoxd ! Bullock.
The undcrsicrned is a candidate
for justice cf the peace in Ocala,
subject to the democratic prima
ries, and solicit the support of my
friends. W. L. Ditto.
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LATEST NCVJ-:LTY
in Photorripby, tne eclt brated
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at prices
NO HIGHER TII AX
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ORDINARY
photograph. The "Carbanette"
can be had from the smallest
Cameo to the largest Portrait.
Call and inspect samples at my
studio, opposite the Montezuma.
Yerv respectiully,
X. I. GOTTLIEB.
N. B All work done in my
Studio and Guaranteed.
PLANT SYSTEM SPECIAL
RATES.
To Washington, D. C Will sell
July 5 to 7, at one fare for
round trip, limit July 15, with
extension of limit until July
31 by depositing ticket with
joint agent at Washington no
later than 6 p.m. July 14. For
this trip on Savannah M. &
M. T. steamship to Baltimore
and rail beyond will sell July
3, same rate and limit.
To Buffalo. N. Y. One fare plus
$2 for membership fee to na
tional educational association,
ticket to be so July 3, 4 and 5,
limitee for return July 18. By
depositing ticket with joint
agent at Buffalo same can be
renewed for return passage no
later than Sept. 18, 1896.
Cincinnati, O Account of meet
ing Benevolent and Protective
Order ot Elks, July 5 and 6,
will sell at one fare, $24.35 fr
round trip, limit July 12.
To Chicago, 111. Account nation
al democratic convention, one
fare for round trip tickets to
be sold July 3 to 5 inclusive,
limited for return until July
12 Piant Svstcm and its
connections 5 hours and 20
minutes quicker than Tiny
other route.
To Louisville Will sell Aug. 8
and 9, with limit to Aug. 17,
at o'-(? fare for round trip. Ac
count national meeting of
League cf American Wheel
men, St. Louis and return. July 19, 20
and 21 will sell for one fare,
$28,95 for round trip, limit
July 27.
Milwaukee, Wis July 13, 14 and
15, sell for one fare tor round
trip, good to return, leaving
Milwaukee July 20 to 22, with
final limit July'25, 1896.
Talladega, Ala. Will sell tickets
daily until July 2S, at one fare
for round trip, limited to re
turn until July 31, 1S96.
II- G. JIavcraft, ticket r?gent,
Oca :i;i.
II. C. McFadder assistant sren-
F. M. Jolly, division mrisenger
11. L. Tdcl, f;;v;5,l?n passenger
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Sp-jci-ii attention given ths
T.rti:. im?o
MRb. W. il. TIvRRELL,
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No. 56 S. Main st.. OcaLi, Fia.
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A:-otb.er Crrlorr! of Rcujh Lumber, which r;lves us a
com pie tti Y;-trd Assortment, which, with our fuU supply of
:;drr.r,-, Iloorhig", Ceiling,
ur Building and
to r.:;ne in Ccitr.d Florida
A call for inspection and prices will convince you that
it ir lor your interest to buy.
YANKEE NOVELTY WORKS.
X' r : h of K C. & P. Depot. E. E. Converse, Manager.
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WEtfEWEN"r
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Tlie Honorable. T. F. CJrcer, one of the
best known and most highly respected
county Judges of the State of Florida,
writes of his horrible sufferings from
Inflammatory Itheuiuatism :
Orncr. of J. V. Grfkk, Countv Jtdce, I
(iroen Cove Springs, Clay Co., Fla. f
Gr.N tlkmkx : aaventy-thrce years aero I
was attacked with inflammatory rheumatism.
I was attended by the most eminent physician
in the land. I visited the preat Saratoga
Springs, N. Y., the libted Hot Springs of Ar
kansas, and many other watering places,
always consulting1 with the local phvsicians for
directions, and finally came to 1'lorida, ten
years ajjn. About two years apjo I had a severe
attack of rheumatism, was confined to my
room for twelve weeks, ami during that time
was induced to try I. 1. I'., Lippman's Great
I'emedy, knowing that each ingredient was
;ood for impurities of the blood. After use
iivy two small bottles I was relieved. At four
cliuerent times since I have had slight attacks
and each time I have taken two small bottles
of 1. 1. I., and have been relieved, and I con
sider 1. V. 1 the best medicine of its kind.
Respectfully, J. V. GREER.
James M. Xewton, of Aberdeen, Ohio,
.says lie bought a bottle of P. P. P. at
Hot Springs, Arkansas, and it did him
more good than three months' treat
ment at Hot Springs.
Phemnatism, as well as sciatica and
gout, is eurcd by a course of P. P. P.,
Lippman's Great Ilemedy.
P. P. P., Lippman's Great Pcmedy, is
a friend indeed to weak women. It is
a positive and speedy cure for general
weakness and nervousness.
Ail skin diseases are cured by it: any
tiling from pimples to the worst eases
of eczemas succumbing to the wonder
ful healing powers of I. P. 1.
Dyspepsia and indigestion in their
wor.-.t fona are cured by it. As a tonic
to revtore the appetite and to regain
lo:.t. vl;;or, it is simply mnrvelons.
T T
1. is the best spring medicine
:n t
v -.r!:l. It removes that heavy,
s' feoljng and restor,is you to
''': '..f perfect physical health..
! - digestion, Sic!: and Kervous
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rail u re, i'iv. r, ('liids, Debiiitv
I'dii'-y I)isea::ev, la!:,. l J,
(Ire:it 'e:ne;iy, tht most
rTiil medicine in tlie world
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vored section that is now attract- ;
Lttenti'm r-f home seekers
investors the country over. I
me title of tne book is 'Snap
j Sh.-ts ia Soutn .dissoun. It will
b mailed upon receipt of postage,
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people are those who eat lots of
good meat. If you are perfectly
satisfied with the meat you buy
and the prices you pay. all right.
If you are not, I would lik to have
you pay me a visit. You will find
here best quality, low prices, cour
teous attendance, and a nice clean
place.
EDWARDS BROS.f
Stalls 6 and 8, City Market.
Private Board
by the Day, Week or Month.
Hicest Private Boarding in the City.
Airy Rooms,
Splendid Table,
Rates the Liowesfc
Ono block west of Baptist churoh
OCALA, FLA
Buggies & Harness.
Two hiphest. awards at World's
Kn.tr for Mlriitrli.l2ru( v amt
-A ' Uradr. M- Low 1'rirrn. hix voars hkhui
diseanfed the Dealer and bvi'
selling direct to Consumers ut
wiiolesal1 prirfs. Itrsidt: up
ward wf l'OO.OOO Vti !! ol
and our factory now ihe l:iresw
on earth .dealing rlirrt witlieon
sutner.s. Snd for our luaimnoUt
A brMl.i7.&0. f'2i pa;e illustrat. fn e c:talBH.
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Writ JOHN WEDDEKBtJRN & CO.. Patent Attor
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Cr.'iiifori. 3 -it distributors rind all jxtsoiis
hnviii' c'l iiras or i"ia rids ;i',Miiht th estate of
Allen Fort dorceieI, mast pr';iit th';;:i vit!i;
two years.
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