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Volume IV., Number 5
OCALA, FLORIDA, MONDAY. JUNE 20, 1898
Price 5 Cents
The Star Receives Dispatches from the Union Associated Press Tp to 4 p. in. Kvcrv Day. The Paper is Only .)() Cents a Month
i
VULTURES HOVER
OVER SPAIN'S RUINED FORTS AT
SANTIAGO BAY
ShowiriThat The American Fire
Was Destructive rW Life As
Well As To Property
vision of Genei-.il Miles. Orders Sampson s Meet .
i have been issued to the chiefs of A s''v si spi:cti:i
SHAFTER'S MEN HAVE ARRIVED ' tie vanous l)ljr,':i,ls to sh s,1l-! N York, June Admiral
! plies with all possible speed to Krben received haters this morn-
Fernandina. Fifteen regiments, m- relating to a Spanish spy de
Ami The Hazily Dons Will Now Find ; now :it " P Tnom is, have re- ovimr mines down the bay.
Out How Tin VankMs Can
Fiirlit On La ml
TIIKV II A V H AKKIVKI)
Mole, St. Nicholas, June 20.
Sh after's II "et has arrived olf
Santiago and Guantanamo. The
landing of troops is prooably be-in-
accomplished. The marines
at Guanlariamo Bay have been
reinforced. There will be no con
certed move on the citv until the
latter put of the week.
ISLANOo IS OIJIH'KATK
Key West, June 20. Dispatch
ess have been received to the ef
fect that Kl uico refuses to ex
change llohsou and his cew.
ilesays the Americans must cap
ture Havana before he will re
h'ase them.
ih n(;i:v HAVANA
Key West-, June iO. A Cuban,
otlieer of li'idrhpiez's stall' ar
rived from Havana, states that
there are f0,0(M) Spaniards there
and the city is well fortified. The
people suiter greatly for food. A
majority of the troops have been
removed to the coast for protec
tion against the Americans.
Key West, June 20 The
Spanish army in Havana is on
half rat ions. Work on the de
fenses of Ha va in continue. Two
lines of torpedoes have been ex
tended across the mout h of the
harbor. The only war vessels in
the harbor are small un boats
and the Alfonso XLI.
a srspiciors incidkxt
a
Jamaica, June 'JO. The Span
ish 11 i.i" at M-UTO eistle was half
masted for several hours after
the b );iib i rdm-Mit by the Vesu
vius, Thursday. Its siirnific nice
is not known. It, is thought by
some to mean t he death of Hob
son and his crew. Sampson be-
lieves it was in honor of ( 'reneral !
Fij ra, killed in the bombard
ment .
TIIK THIKI MANILA
San bYancisco, June '20. The
Astor battery h is arrived Lt is
reported t hat several steamships
have b vn impressed by the ?ov
etaiment for the third expedition.
I'llIH AND lU'N
Mole, St. Nicholas, June '20. -It
is reported that the Spaniards
intend to burn Cairn mera- an i
retreat. Tie marines at Fisher
man's Point: expect an attack
soon .
spy ok c akkli:ssni:ss
Cincinnati, .June 2o. The
smokeless powder liuishinir house
at Kmir's mills was conpletely
!
1
u, ' i
TEAPOT
destroyed by an explosion last
niht. A stranger, who is sup-
j posed to have applied trie lose, is
believed to be a Spanishspy. No
one was hurt.
at Tin: CAPITA I,
Washington, June 20. Olli -
cials of the war department are
of the oninion th:it the Porto
iRic;in(,x dition . sl;l,,t JuhJ
1. Active preparations are be
in made under the direct super-
ceived orders to prepare to move
to Fernandina..
Cadets Heard of the Massa
chusetts, and Powell of the Xew
York Lav,- 1,,-en ollicialiy ,-
mended for bravery by Sampson.
Today's yellow fever situation
continues favorable. No new
cases at Mcllenry.
It is now definitely determined
to send General Garrelson, now
in command at Camp Aler, to
reinforce Shatter, with troops on
the Harvard and Vale.
Tin
third call for volunteers :
will not be made immediately. :um- pastor oi t ne nrisiian j islu?(, vUp c.ollipiIJtl Hookkeepm
Captain Corbin says t he t bird jHiurch. opened with a -ood Hf-j (jourse in less than two and a
call is not in prospect, Headmils minutes' talk, followed by half months, and accepted at once
the possibility of a new call under j 'v P- Hilburn, the earnest :i position as bookkeeper for un
certain circumstances, which may j pastor of the Me hodist church, f:lther. trlave been keepiu- also
develop in a few d ys. !
Commodore Watson wires from ;
Key West: -lilanco states that !
the Spanish govern m.mi vrUi :
to eKChan-e the Merrimac crew." ;ioseu the uiscussion with a -ood
Tht; Senate resolution on t he ! sensible discourse on t he evils
annexation of Hawaii is under1"1" intemperance. The music by
(liscussion today. Senator Mor-;111'1
rell is inakino-a soe(M-h against it :
THE PHILIPPINE KKPl'IiLK;
Manila, .June '2. A provision
al government was proclaimed in
Oh! (Javite June 1'.'. and a declar
ation of independence, renounc
ing Spanish authority, was read.
The insurgents do not oppose an
v ...... i .w ............
tion. The tlebels captured t he j
Spanish governor and -arrison
containing noi) men.
yriKT at Manila !
Manila, June K. via II on.ir
Konr. The situation is mi-!
chan.ired. j'h" insurgents are un-i
able to take Manila, owiuii t o lack j
of field iiuis. Thev could mt
take it if DeA'ev permitfed, which i
he will not. The report that the'
United Stajes transports had ar
rived from San Francisco is incur- j
rect. They are expected on t he j
-.Mit h. All foreigners ;ue lea vin
on neut ral ships.
.MO UK Mi:.V KOH MANILA
Chiea-o. June 20. Colonel
Wiilard 'oun. started for San
Francisco today to ore'inix .1 the
third battalion of a regiment of
engineers, which will be par, of
,
file next Pntlipp'me exp.'ditiou
The other two battalions will ll
formed at Fort Sheridan by
Richard Henry Savage, ihe nov-
elist, who is a lormer army en-
Alabama.
A N T III : It CO N ,) l ' KST M AVI! K
Victoria, H C . June .'. The
steamer Esmeralda rvoorts that
j the Boston and Camcoi'd 1 It
Dewey's fleet May 2 to attack
THAT OTHER STAR
Is probably destined to become
a certainty. Respecting our
selves it is plain that-no star
ring is needed to please cus
tomers. Goods rsd ri-
li
ves are bound to o
vitli you. Such groceries,
staple and fancy, as offered
here cannot be duplicated in
many other places. We must
suit in every particular.
GROCERY
Ilo I Jo, which thy captured
without resistance and took pos-
session.
movkm i:ms - troops
Aew i ork. .lunc -jo. Battery
H, 'Ui l' . S. heavy artillery, left
Fort Sloeuin for Tampa under or-'
der from Washington today,
FILLIM. TIIK MAOAZINKS
Newport News, June o.-The
Vale sails today with a caro of
ammunition and clothing for
MAKINC TIIK HONS OLA I)
( 'hatt ;uiM()';t, June -0. Pny-j
master General Healv arrived in :
camp this morninir ami will pay'
' '"' V..rk t roops. Ir ;
ouanune-, oi supplies nave ar-,
'. 11
A (iond Meetuiir
The union gospel temperance
meeting at the Uaptist chui'ch
last ni'ht was largely attended
and the services very interesting.
I'v- (- Powell, the elotient
1,1 :l noieso.ne and intelligent,
Uscushou ot t he cause. Kev. Mr. ,
HW"'l of the P.apt church, in .
beam i! ni and chaste lan.ua-e, ;
w:ls most excellent. A
similar meetimr will be held in
The Christian church next Sun-
dav nii:"ht.
Thi 3f7dpni Meant y
Thrives otiirood food and sun
shine, wii plenty of exercise in
th" ont'iil air. Her form irlows
with h.-;Jtli and her f;fce blomes i
(js tlii:1lansin :xfaon" of a
j.,x;itVt medv, sb uses the
r,. (, ;U1JN yyrup of
Kiivs, made bv the California
Vj; Syrup Co. only.
F. C. A: P. Special Mates
Mount Dora On account
Bethlehem Sundav School Con
vctition, tickets will be sold June
'24 ami JL limited to .June 2S, at
one and one-fourth fare round
trip.
('itv On account En-
l i.l iC
i wo, tt jiini,.llL1 Conference, tickets
will be sold on June 2 and 2'2 at
one and one-fourth fare round !
jln)? Uniitod to June '.'4, ls!S.
Omaha, Xeb. On account of
the Trans-Mississippi and Inter-
, ,, ... " 4-1 :n
national Exposition, tickets will
s ie on saj,. dailv until ()ctober!
' .
1 ;, limited to xSOVember at
, , . .
niI.4.i lor trie rounu i rip.
Kansas City, Mo. On account
of t he Trans-Missippi and Inter
nat inMaj Kxposition, tickets will
be on sale, daily, until OctoberiatHj port Kin A pplr to Simon '
i:. limited to November l.", at pt,n j:nMiM :,t icelcJUwrv-.
:;o for t he round t rip.
V. II. !lDi'M. W. W. CONDON.
'I i.t t 1 i i, i'a--. -,i:r. Tirk-t Aj-nl.
.!UN IoZI VA'.. Atr-nr.
c:t;;i. Fi'rila.
A.o. M IoNKI.L. lien. l'a. .(,vnt.
. .l.ick''ivi!!'. F'li.rnla.
Kruit fars. pints and miarts,
ap at
-Whit
ie ltjcket.
ii'r it'inrs 'tor. 10
.'." at .1 .1 . Fuller's.
Nice pickled he
Da. vis, cit v te.arket.
f at
J. W.
- suits r
i - ii
i 1 1 1 ..'! s.
keep cool in at J . J
-1 i i ul" line new styles glassware
cheap at The Racket.
--Pants , order s:'. and up
waru's at J . J . Fuller's.
-Tlie !,-.-c?re;i m a ud fruit snow
at the A !ii-Monojo!iv druLi" store
Royal mk.c the food pure.
wholesome and delicious.
CI
akin1
FOWOEF?
Absolutely Pure
0V' BKNi PQrJl B f.., Nf A VCX.
The Tea Tomorrow
l:iittit. I iilii': Siriii-
,nOMt,,v T)S, wi 1): s;i.v,,,.1o.
. . .
morrow altM-noon :it. the ivki-
deuce of .Mis. T. I), ('rawfonl
I from 4 to (i::jo. A hearty welcome
I to all.
Testifyi . to Klliciency
South (leoria Kiiiway Co.,
uitinan, (ia., Nov. lsn;.
Mr. C. W. H. Stanley I fin-
for som time the books for the
tro:iSUl;r of rli (;;)Unn compress
Comp.nv am, s;ull (iljoril
Rai, wi v (;oinn:ulVi ;
1 IkiJ no experience, previous to
attenfiinir your institution, and
feel niiitc sure I coutd not keep
thestj books without your instruc-i
I :, I
tion. j
StaSih-v's Business TColIee de-!
serve the success. j
$ Verv trail v v)urs, I
J. i Tillman.
See adveikicwnt of the college
in Daily and Weekly Star. Cer-
lific:lt' ol" seholar.hip at abar-j
rain. Call on the Star for nartic-I
mars. :
V
inKent
AH
eh?nt
, A
d well in e
of store
of seven roon
s, ruenry
room, with al
modertf tmnrovc-
'i') occuoed by Mr.
meats, form
( )ttensosser.
.ppiy
to Charles
evser.
The Seminole Club ;iv a
swell reception to (reneral Let;
and his division and his briirade
j commands and some "oo ollicers
of his corns The decorations
I were nnhpie and beautiful and
I the attendance lare and bril-
iiant.
Valimb! t Women.
"i ,T i'" """" ,s h , , i
ii-:ur,eHis, vtrt.!iuti, t;-k. ii. pia-e j
Wf.-ikie-ss, ?id 1 1:- -jl-av . .f t;i!tJi rnlilv
,.,es to n,.- t.;.iiid .-h.-. k hu u.is ;. :
Kpe'ia!ly ;tl ii:u:; t uoinen is firownfr'
di-rfii remedy is Mk. n. i' r siekiy ehiMren j
or iv-rVMrkl jr no filial . N Lrti-
j lioul.i . wiil-.Mjt this Viin: r-nu-ly. ;
! Urowii-j' Iron liiCi. rs in sold l.v all d-al-rt.. i
For rent TjYi room, two story j
dwelling with'bath rocim on Her-1
! ,t.rl st n,t.t j,.,VV).t.n Ocklawaha!
Sick headacle', li!iousness, con-j
IstipaHon and all - liver and1
I stomach troubles can be juickly i
i cured Vv uiuir,'tbo.e famous lit
-
i tie pills knowiras De Witt's Little
1 KarU Risers. VThev art? pleasant
; u .in(J er-jrnpe. Anti-
a t i..
. . .
ixtract.one pack
rallon3 at the
Anti -Monopoldruoreforten
c,'nls: T
J. . Davis at the i it v mar -
ket.
i headquarters for fresh
fish of all kinds.
Neat eiV. cts in ne;r!iree shirts ;
Hi
with separate cull's 1i he worn i , , , , . .
with u-i.it,.,-.ii.r. to i...5;Sondonly to tl.e Cohurbt.-i
at .1. J. I-
I! I It )-s
Flour, uie.i! and L'lMts, on!v
A SUGGESTION
You are cordially invited to
spend your spare time inside of
our store to inspect our stock.
All the oods can i. be shown
in the window. You will not be
ake to buy. All we seek is
that you satisfy yourself as to
the correct -styles and elegance of
our
mhIs.
1. 1 1 is. n c: VanKcihu',
Merchants Block.
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T. W. TROXLER,
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Tliinir nmv is to
country am
7 '
SHOW
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Wliilei tlx
war
now lind at
The
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the market.
iL 1 . j-t T Im mm
EDWARDS
City Market
If you should inquire
! 1 .1,1 .-.4 1 .
: in ijcaia, you womu nuij
rrs : Vfr )
V;.
fIJ w in.
i
'Columbia
And this fact is not only confined to our city, or een
this country, but over the whole globe as well
;yneqUaed, U fl 3 pp X Che d,
I Standard of the World
j
j I tic newest wneei
"Hartford"
SIDNEY E. HILLER, Agent.
Witness Office for Best Job Work
WHAT Witt YOU HAVE ?;
"I will lake .Manila," Dewey says,
"what will you have?" You havr a
wilf ranj of choice at our Mola water
fountain. VV lnvt? all the fruit
Mavor. from the pure juices of t lie
fruit, phosphate, cho'o'ate, -oca olat
r4pejui-e anl lemonade. f)ur -oil a
water ix a"w.ty. fresh. old ami
iparkliti, mil is a tonic a well as a
refreshment.
Ocala, Fla.
PRIDE GOETH BEFORE A FAtt
and the haughty Don deserves his
fate. An Iniie.'t pride in presenting
a respectnhle and inhionjle appear
ance is comtner.dHhle in all, and the
only t.iy to ohtain it is to hive an ar
tistic tailor rrtM'e you a suit of cloth
in .-urli as we can lit you with from
exclusi e styles in fnhrics, and it will
rais you several degree in your self
e-itet III.
PETER INCRAR1
Mei chants lllock
tthe mm
prove tvw to
your
YOUR GOLOBS
is
on. ! You can
w
L
TP
Wii
feouvonirs
on
Marketing
" I tirfioine huineai
hut.we trj to make it as at pasni-
hie for our ru-eoiner. We don't keep
ou waiting ariylonjfr than we can
i we llways try to have courte-
hel
Din and
rat npri t a-i"t8ii,. We wan
i
your trade ff w" treat jou o tnt
we will keep ll
ERS
Ocala. Fla
as to the most popular wheel
V. inCniwwl tliof It! til
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wnn ine oiuebL uamc.
Vedette
The wonder of 9S
BROTH
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OCALA, FIA,
us d fur lt vui 111 :. 'bey I5r others. 1
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