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Volume IV., Number 6
OCALA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY. JUNE 21. 1898
Price 5 Cents
The Star Receives Dispatches from the Union Assoc iated Press Up to 4 p. m. Every Day. The Paper is Onlv .() Cents a Month
UNDER TWO FLAGS
Royal makes the food pure,
vbulekomc und delicious.
A SUGGESTION
1 1 , f'-' 'iT'Z f if?S4
4
AT THE CAPITAL
Washington, June 'il. Ad
miral Sampson cables that Shat
ter's transports arrived at noon
yesterday. j
General Miles is pushing the!
101-10 Riean expedition. Orders!
were issued this morning' to Gen
eral Sell wan, commanding the
troops av; M to proceed im- j
mediately with his entire com-;
maud to Miami, ready for duty in :
t he Porto Riean arm w it is ex-:
I
peeted that the first detachment j
of troop.-, for Fernandina will a r- j
rives the first of next wet;k. G mi- ;
eral M iles says he, is ;xp riencine; j
no trouble in obtaining trans
ports. The news of Shatter's arrival
at Santiago was received, coming
from Colonel Allen's signal corps
to General Greelv, direct. Ca
l)le communication has been es
tablished with Guantanamo via
the French cable.
General Merritt ets his final
orders t oday. Ui will be iven
authority to transfer the com
mand of his corps to the next olli
cer in rank when deemed expedi
ent as a matter of military ad
ministration, in order that- he
may b-' left free t- devote his at
tention to matters of govern
ment in the Philippines. it is
predicted hy oltieia's that, Merritt
will b m ide governor general of
the islands.
It is reported from Havana
that an unsuccessful attempt to
assassinate General Blanco was
made by a Spanish volunteer a
few days aro. Bianco received
a painful wound in the l"ir.
Preparations art? bemr made
at Tampa to embark Ooppinvrs
r rps for Porto Rico as soon as
t he t ransports return from San
tiago. Secretary Gare lias written the
IIi.!ki va : nd fn:iiis crsii.init- !
tee and the Senate, finance
mittee tint it is an absolute i,n -
ti. "i ri 1 1 tJt; i
v.'omn ,,.'ven,,e measure into H,J
. - t-
eration
the t inn
a'so tha
creasetl
The
r... , ,i, , , ,a ,..,.t trt
to confirm the a.ieed report to
1 1' , i . i ii. At a.,,,,1
l in- nil i i i in i im: i iv. !
not. block the entrance to Sant
airo h.irbor. Prominent oilicials
say no such report has been re-
ceived, and, so far as known,
Hub-on s u.'t k is clfectual.
It has li'Mi decided to -end linoo
troops to reui'orce Shatter, m ad-!
dit.on to toe l-oo proposed V'
terdav. !
'l'h (-b.ite in the Senate on the
re-ohu.on ro annex liawuii is 1:0
iur on.
. ; a ' n i : nt 1 x kx l a x i
r re-.. battleship A i oion caused
a. t..-ii.-ri'i''i-, wa v.' winch wrecu -
ii he A. a 'jinir a .nd drowned overi
J.?V f-r.Oj-.
Man v more were '
Fl'r-ll 4 1 1
bvJulvl. He asks for tne Minneapolis. ine usti urn , mcu s as i o u,e p.opti.MA ui issu- y0. X ; F'.r
to be exteii'o'f; to tue lo. . ! Buiek hose or rtn liose, solid . '; ... , ! -
t the eornmisston be m-: 1 1 I , colors or while t.vs, l.t ctuits. ; '-'-,. "'.V'iil
e , i 4 o i Till; hLeCKAhi-: 'counties bv rotation, which has,. ., v, v- j L ?r V --,cv 1
from 1 to ? per cent . 1 , 1 - , Davidson iV an he nop feivZU t i I, il iyj
, t filvJ Ke- West, June '11. A vessel existed for the past ten vears, be! 'iSSJV
navy (Inn rMnent refuses . . . V ' x- 1 .i, ;.r... 2 lT2& I V.'iv.ri
TtEi2Cocl cnioKerj. Fooa
TEAPOT
OCALA, FLA,
SANTIAGO ATTACKED BY AMERI
CANS AND CUBANS
Shatter's Man Are Landing And
Spanish Troops fair t
Stop Them
SOME DOUBT OF K03S0:i'S CORK
Hut From Last Accounts It Is Still
Stuck Hani Ami Fast In The
Xcck of the Hot He
THKY AUK THKKi:
Oil' Santiago, June -jo. Shaf-
ter's llet arrived at TiilO tooav.
The army is ready to land. The
ships will attack tin; citv while'
the troops close in by land,
Three places of lanoinir are under
consideration points ten miles
abovt; and below tiie city, and
(iuanta namo.
LANDING I'XDKK FUiK
Washington, June 1. A cable;
just received says that Shatter j
is landing troops at (juuntaiiuino!
. ;
unuer lire oi tne pnniarus. ;
camaka at Cadiz
Washington, June 21. Ad- : with I.. ( W right's proxy, and ;ant, sonH. vt,ry intervstinAr discus
vices received i'roni France cou-'lxou M. Irvine and John J-!sj0ns took place and some coin
firm the report ,i tlie return of ; Reardon of Marion, constituted j mitt,0 Wor l: was arranged for.
Camara 10 Cadiz. ; t he d-leat ion. D. II . Baker was , 2.
! .
was that rouK wastmi i
Ki.jirston, June 21. A recon-
rioirenntf expedition irom M,mi.j.i!,a.a.Ii. j L;ik(J (,U Kia, Account of
son's Meet into the neck of Santi-; The object of the meeting wasSit)i !IItMjtin;L? Epworth League
a-o harbor, finds that, the Met ii- j o sehel a place and name the ; ti(.kets wi ,H. so!(, Jlln; .,, oJ
. .. i . : . .i.ii i
macdoe.s not OlocK the h. roor,
but lies to the ri-ht of the chaa- :
nel. hMVinir plenty of space h r ;
the passage of warships.
si-:xiiX; soldihks To siiAi'TKKj
Fortress Monroe, June
' !
The Harvard and Vale are un- i
der orders to leave this mormmr 1
for T imoa, where thev will ship I ro wit. oul a d- h-ate, no matter ke. Also a nice hue of pa
troops and arms to reinforce ! u hat may be Us vote below i tnotic belts, pins and other nov
Shafter. j twenty. 111 - B- Nellie's.
fkki Tit km inn. and noMiNY i The voters of each oreciuctto!
Jacksoiiville, June ".'1. Thirty i
....
memoers ol the 1st iscousm
were ooisoned bv eatirur canned j
4O0dS.
They are seriously ill.
a I'ltizi;
New York, June 2. The
com-!sll'ml,'r A-oiquiii arrived thi,
1 mo f i 1 1 i 1 1 - with Spanish prisoners,
1 i. . I . .,l .in..:it f 1 i . . i 1 . 1 . 1 -t . 1
v. I i.' 1 1 1 i 1 1 1.4 v in; I ,-
vk M.rii Dolores, capt u.vd by;
from before Havana reports the
'
blockade wit hout an lncuienr, ex-
occasional firm- of shots
, ! from Morro castie and land bat -
teries. Three search lights have
been mounted on the fortilica -
tLOU.
DOKSX T WANT To MOVK
Chiekamauira, Jum
l Gen-
1
ji-ooke recommends 1 ne war;
i depa rtm-nt not to remove troops;
from here until the
invading:
squaeron is ready to leave.
tf : r i c or thk tkooi's
T i . . "- ; . u . 1 . . I .... . 1 i
lbivaiv louruvn mi!.! caM-s ot
; port s, but the Iroups,
-enesaliv,
; speaUinir, are ii ood condition.
I'lM.L sold
i
New
Y
J un
il.-The
ca pt ti red
Spanish prize, Panama
V llalvCr
; 1 ( k(
RY
GRO
.;.
7 ksM'-!--m u
f il
;7
i ! i
Mi
Apri! .'." by the 3.1a n .move, will
be soIi at auction this afternoon
lor the benefit of its captors.
CHINA Is ( Ill'RLlSH
llonjr Kong. June "ill. The
Americ in supply ship Xafiro was
compelled to leave by Chinese'
a ut bo ri ties.
She was sent hen;
by Dewey to obtain provisions .
and coai. Consul Wiidnian was ;
notified to take the Zafiro out of I
the jurisdiction of the emperor-
immedateiy. She was refused
the cwslomary day's stay, and is;
now in British waters here.
District Committee Mectinir
' The democratic executive mem-1
M4rs ()j tlie twentieth state sena- !
tori:, ,iistriet of Florida, com-j
h(Kt,,i nr Siuntec -nd Marion i
pos u oi D.mi i ..mi .u.inon ,
counties, met Mondav afternoon.
jilon. D. H. i5aker of Sumter,
made chairman in absence of .
S. Bullock: S. T. Sist runic served
' !
mie o ik.h.i . ue senaioi iu con- j
ventton.
Ocala was select cd , the court j
house t he place : t he time set was ,
Wednesday, July 2 7, at noon.
Basis of representation, one I
deb-ate for every twenty votes or I
tract .on t her, of : no orecinct s t o ;
select delegates at such time and' Harry Peppers and bride of Sl
iii t. i.. !....
in such nunner as they may de-j
t,M-. inc.
! It was ordered that t he dele-
lirates mvsent at the meet inir of
! the commdee have the power toj
ca M,e full vole of t he county,
j That the committee order a
-. . . . . . . . 4 " . . . .
j
There was an interchan-e of
annuiied, and that hereafter he
I . ' . .. .. ......
be selected i rom t he uistrict irre-
he district irre -
! spective of count;
v lines. But it
nd t lie sujrs-es-
ttee and a inat-
w:,s thought beyond
It ion of thecomm
1 ter for" the convention to duly
1 consider.
! That, the old status will be i
ehnnued t h"re is noouesliou. !
y ..i.-.ia.. 1 im.t I
.
! st:itesfn:d!r al executive meetimrl
, . 4 i.v.
Cei neiu 1 1 1 i i j cr lhuiiih:ui uir ;
; 1 net. John G. Heard on was the
lehief art or, and Ins dry but ln
h
,.4 . ,. . . .
ous tf lit fiver The t.ice f)t I S
r
f. -ion,! i-V.mk Hums wIiom h.. r. -
m u -U.-.I l hat the convntion coul.l
not ii 'sib'..- lui'.'t i:i Siiiiit'-i-vilio ' J. W. Davis at tin; city mar
in i!. :!:: p.ic'.r piMipIc uci'i; in ! kut, is l'.'al'uarU'rs for fivh
j i i ' i;': and i' tnnk mui'i' t mn; and - fish of al! kinds.
. - "la t
money io 20 o oumterviiie than
a 1 r ii) to At ianta.
For Rent
An elegant dwelling
.'n i-!eiis. t;!entv ol" store
i'.on:. withaii tnol"rn imprjvc-!ii!i'-,
f rn!r ijjjceiq)ied t.yMr.
r i , iisMci-, j - ( Charles
Pe r.
0MI
PQWOl
Absolutely Pure
ROV. 6AK N j POE R CO., NF t VOBK.
Hesult of Bond K.ection
The day was uneventful Sev- j
enty-four votes wen; for bonds'
and sixty-four against . There j
was considerable contention in a
friendly way over the question.
Failed to Meet
The call of t he chairman of the
. ,;..........;...
; 0111 ' t i 1 1 1 w iii'n i i u. i:ahuum; i
committee failed lo draw enough j
member's together today and no j
1 meeting was held.
Last NiirhCs Meetim;
rPl t.t, , T i 11
rj ie Anti-Saloon League held a
i meeting in t he Witness hall last;
ni;h., which was well attended,
Plant System Special Hate
;md .;; liniil(M, to VvXuvn Jului Aj
at ratl Qf on(l and Qne fourlh far(.
for ro,jn(, u.u
js K.(.jVed
4 i . i i : e
enurc.N nrv. one o. ,e0
handsome clocks of 1 he very best
1 ciei.-nui are iniii m oi.au .u
1 1 he Pooser houe. Mr. Pepper is
! conduct or on t he tra in net ween
! ( c:,l:l :uui ''"""dlon. We are
- . ...... i
- ,a1 to welcome- him to Ocala. j
one lyfmlred pairs ff
M A f
Ahoin)
oxford 1 ies P1
(ut- at actua I !
.' . 1 1 r
cost.. we n
this 1" cents, i
cents an
in s. jroi-ir t v
u ....... i.i
U.i.i .. it n...d ..r;m diw.
1 moou, as u leans 10 serious ois -
ii 1 t a 1 1 . 1:..
. .w... ,
j case and jxreat sulferm. Hood's;
j Sarsaparilla meets and conquers j
; this enemy and averts the danger.
White duck nants M"c. to
1
1 . : at J J. Fuller's.
Davis, city market,.
STnitw; to Lriiii fftnl oi :it, .1. .1
; Fuller's.
Bir line new styles glassware
, cheap at The Hickel.
i ... , ...
Hood s Pikls are t ue onlv puis
: 1
! u ' u" wlUl Uooa's r,aur.lla.
, Curu :,U hv,;r i,ls-
I Neat eitects in nerlisree shirts 5
with sep;irate culls to he worn j
wit ii whit,' collars, "oc to Sl. ,'."!
: at J . J. Fullers's. j
, Flour, meal and irrit.s, only!
the best, in car load ijts at lird
sey Brot h"i .
Mrs. D. M. Hick returned from
Ivetiil 1 ick totla v.
"X.
it ' U I Ti
Vou are cordially invited lo
sp-nd your spare time inside of
our store to inspect our stock.
All the ?oods can i . be shown
in the window. Vou will not be
asked to buy. Ali'we seek is
that you satisfy yourself as to
the e n iect styles and elegance of
our o.kIs.
J)aiinx !v: VaxKciioi',
rerchants' Block.
is
v
. r f
.... -" -r- --" T
. t - r. . .- i
T. W. TROXLER,
Si
Thinj? now is to
, ,
ji'MlIIlIj cUUl
ow
While tins
wnr
11W fllld ilt
y
latest
m. mm
the market.
I
I
i
, n,
. tfVSU. '.J jMM.; I L-
j vr T -A
h iVQ 0&
7l iAS?,
j if WwM
-re
mm
City Market
7i
3 r- - j
'I - s -
Witness Office
i o y
V'5rV wsris. i;n
' cx' V
WHAT WILL YOU HAVE ?i
I will take Manila' Dewey say.
"what will y.u have?" You have a
wiI range of choice at our soda water
fountain. We hive all the fruit
Mvor from the pure juices of the
fruit, phosphates, chocolate, coca cala,
tfrape jub-r ami ieiuouade. Our ioda
water i-. a' ways fresh, cold and
spirkling', nnd i. a tonic as well as a
refreshment.
Ocala, Fla.
PRIDE GOETH BEFORE A FALL
and the haughty Don deserves his
fate. An h jiet pride in presenting
a respectable and i-.hionab3e appear
ance is commer dahle in all, and the
onlr .vay to obtain it is to hive an ar
tistic tailor cren'e you a suit of cloth
in fiu h as we can lit you with from
exflusi e styles in fahrics, Biid it will
iait- you several degrees in your self
esteem.
PETER IEMCRAM
Merchants B-ock
I
prove true to your
YOUR COLO
on. Yon can
is
ETT'S
War Souvenirs on
Marketing
Is tiresome husioeai
but we try to make it as fnny at possi
ble fr our :us!imers. We don't keep
you waiting ar.yh.rocr than we can
help always try to have courte
ous anl patient as-itan's. a wan
your trade we will treat you so that
we will keep It.
ROTH
Ocala. Fla
THEY
RIDE1THE
1
Needs less attention and I
gives more satisfaction than
any other make. Also
"HARTFORD,"
AND-
"VEDETTE"
SIDNEY E H1LLER
AGENT
for Best Job Work

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