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Volume IV., Number 7
OGALA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 22, 1898
Price o Gents
Tho Star llocoives Dispatches from the Union Associated Press Up to 4 p. in. Kverv Day. Tlie Paper is Only 30 Cents a Month
SEEMS TO BE RAPIDLY EVAPORATING
president is busy receiving a larjre
; number of callers. He officially
vpairs Thai Wore Shoi.1ii.tr For.sllUl(1 at , p n, that h(. ;J.ul
War A Few Weeks Aaro Are Now
Howling For Peace
WE HAVE JUST BEGUN TO FIGHT
It Was Hani to Jlako the Yankee
Nalion I irli I in Ma. I aim! II Will
Not be Fasy to Put It In A
(oo.l II. tit. or A train
A SPANISH PLOT
St. Thomas, June ' . Consul i
ILannahas discovered a plot of ,
tin; Spanish governor, Masias, of
Port o Rico, to enihroil the United
States in a (juarrel with other
powers. lie had mounted four
cannon on the heights between
Santuree, a suburb of San Juan,
i 4 1, 4 ..4 .4- u. a !
ami int; mm ut iiuirtuii lih; .iv 1111:1-
ican lire. The suburbs occupied j
exclusively by prominent foreign
ers, including fourteen consuls.
Masias' plan wISf to cause a
wholesale slaughter during the
bombardment, causing" foreign
complications. The authorities
have been notified.
WANTS TO IMtLWK HIS liOTTLE
Santiago, June 22. (hibans re
port to Sampson tht it, is well
understood in the city that'Cer
vera means to aYtempt to run
through the ehannel imd evade
the A?iu'ricaii Heel, at the first fa
vorable opportunity. Hi$ ships
are kept coaled to their utmost
capacity i and lookouts are sta
tioned to watch for an opening, j
Oervera is gett indespiirat e and
is willing to take anv chance.
I'ANIM) XLKDS STN'ISIIMKNT
Oil Santiago, June 22 Ad
miral Sampson has been notified
that Oenerai P;.ndo is marching
with a large force from Holguin
to reinforce? the Spaniards at
Santiago. It isaid the Insur
gents are placed so as to cut olf
his approach, but it is probable
that Parido will light his way
ens xs to crn.v
Tampa, June 22. The Florida
sailed from Port Tampa yester
day morning on her second expe
dition to Cuba. The steamer
carried 400 volunteers, well
armed and equipped; 15,000 rilles,
!, 500,000 rounds of ammunition
and 200 tons of supplies. The
munitions and supplies were tor
the Cuban army. It is believed
that she wid land at Porto de
Banes. The Cubans were ac
companied by two detachments
of the loth United States cav
alry. thk third Manila
San Francisco, June 22. The
third Philippine expedition starts
Monday. General Merritt will
leave on the gunboat Newport on
Wednesday following, and will
probably be accompanied by the
?th C ilifornia regiment. Several
hundred recruits arrived this
LKAYINO THE SINKIXO SHIP
Kingston. .June -12. The Adula
arrived to. lav with nearly a hun- I
dred passengers, ail
Just Received another shipment of
LORD'S BONELESS CODFISH
In 3-potiud Boxes. 1 lie iiest that can be luut. Also
iimon' them beinjr Chan., secre
tary to Blanco, who is on his way
to Spain on a secret mission, lie
is booked under an
AT THE CAPITAL
Washington. June 22. The
ceived no important eommunica-
jtion, but it is believed that a
communication from Shatter of a
pr ivate nature was received lafc
Through the persistent efforts
the Florida delegation in Con-;
gress tin state is to have a name-
sake in the new navy. Thenaim
Fiorida is to be ojven to one of
tin; coast defense monitois, au
thorized bv the new naval bill.
New York, June !. The Cu
t);in yacht Alfredo started for i
ul ti inormn-. ;
yin i tkooi's j 1 he ,4r.i(l;,o- committee closed
Providence, June1 'it. Thejils labors Monday noon. In the
Rhode Island volunteers, under ! lt e ex;.minai ion t eachers had to
the sec nd call, start for Falls i supply t h-ir on n stationeiy. Su
Church. Va., today. , p'r:nt endent Cam savs it worked
Nw York, June 22. Over :J0) ' like a charm. There was no in-
rriiiti fi the stli rMriiru.nt hft. ;
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1UI .m :k;i mau-a lujs inunnn-. ;
Jersey tjity, .June 22. J5al 1 ery j amount n.seu cost, about ?...
H of the 7th and Batterv 1) of! Tner.: will . another xamina
the ath heavy art illery, departed ! tion in S-.-pMMiiher, and all who
this mornintr for Tampa, j I":i!l helo-v i )etuosthenes and
bad LTCK to tuk iu'italo (!-iceroc;in point t'neir Fahersand
Newport News, June 22. Pre- i try airain.
para t ions for arming t lie cruiser I
Bu Halo have been s1-oppe.l. It is
believed she has been rejected.
Washington, June 22. 1 if-
field's lirst brigade left this
morning for Hampton Roads,
there to embark on the Harvard
and Yale and join Shatter.
uax the nLorKALi:
Kingston, June:'. The Span -
ish steamer Purisima ( oucmi -
cion, laden wit h food supplies -.nd
sloo.ooo in gold, is repoi-ti'd o ;
have eluded the American ships
and arrived at Trinidad.
mist have shot themselves
Key West, June 22 A war
ship just arrived reports a .juiet
She brought in two
WltATS TliK AIATTKK
London, June 22. It is ru- of digestive llu'uls, so promoting
mored that Chamberiain will re-! issimilat ion and nutrition: puri
sign as secfetary sf coioni'-s. j Ih-s and enricle.'S the blood and so
.MANY cooks SI'olI. THE IMOTII 'sijpolie-. t i;e tissues with the food
Paris. June 22. I Kytral has j th v u-.-;i. It- builds up strong,
been asked to form a cabinet of i health v ll-'sh and puts the whole
representatives of the dill'erent
republica n fact ions.
OHIO KEITIILK AXS
Columbus, June 22. The re
publican stat e convention r-con
vened this morning
porary organization was
File supporters of
Hanna art; in full control.
WATCHING FK DAioS
Boston. Juue .,,-. The San!
Francisco finished coaling and
started for Provincetown on
coast duty this morning.
THE THAMES KECATTA
Xew London, June .Every
thing is in readiness for the big
race. Ideal weather: crews
ready and showing no nervous
j ness: fair betting.
Cornell is the
A Palled Meeting
The county boa il of education
will meet Friday, June .'.".
White House Coil'ee i
4 ' 1 '
S St ! 1 !
the leader. (Jerig iV Co.
Hcsiiil of Teachers" Kxaminat ion
The .L:rn.im;r committee have
liuished ex;, mini? : i he papers of
!;! a pp! leant s tor te.ohers' certi-
fi--at"es at t he examination held
June 1 .
The committee consisted of
Professor P. WiKon fJreen of
Mcintosh, Miss Miriam Pasteur f
Oca la, and Miss Donnella Orittin
WII'TK TK. I1KKS
Kilit applied for Inst rade
certificates and onlv t wo reached
th(t ,,Q;, , Seven passed
OI, o-r:,ie :mfj twentv-
ihird rrade. Sixteen failed. Of
the ei.irht that stood for first
irr - de cerlifio t tes, six received !
coloi:ki TK ACIIKES
Of those examined none received I
first or second rrade certificates.
Only nine passed for third rade.
ami imi i -n e ranea.
discri iniriJi te waste of it. as when t
i Mealtliand strength carry us
; through damr-rs and make us
-al'e Iti 1 !".c pr. S' IHe of peril. A
; perfect ! y s rong man with rich,
. pure r-Soou, has nothing to f.'ar
I from genus. He may breathe
1 in the bacilli of consumption with
; impunity. If there is a weak
; sot where t-he gei'iiis may find
iau ent rM oce o t h" tissues, then
I i he trouble heir ins. Diseased
j genus prfipagat with lightning
like 'a pidity. )iM-eiuthe blood.
i he on i v
v i o trt riil of t hem
is to kill them. This is what Dr.
!.'. .- it m i: .ii ii it'' i ii.v.y -
m .,i;.,i i .
r is for It purities the blood.
That means that it
j germs, but that is only part of
what it does. It assists diges
with .joE tion iy stimulating the secretion
body into a di ease-resisting state.
Soiid 2 one-cent stamps to
cov.ir cosi o! mailing only, and
get h;s great book. The People's
Common Sense Medical Adviser,
I ab-iolutely free Address World's
No. Main street, HulValo, N. Y.
Plant System Special Kates
Lake City, Fla, Account of
Scate meeting Epworth League
tickets will be sold June M, 22
and 2-). limited to return June !4,
at rat.1 of one and one fourth fare
for the round t rip.
Kansts City, Mo., and Omaha,
Xeb. Or. account of the Trans
Mississippi International Exposi
tion at Omaha, Xeb., round trip
j trip tickets on sale June 1. to
!Oet. at rave of -V3 "( to Kan
is is vitv. and rale of !1.4.) to
jmahn. X- l. AH t irkets limited
i t o return Nov. 1 '. 1 '.,s.
i F. J. Hum:!:,
Ticket Agetn. Ocala, Fla.
i A.i:h, Tampa, Fla.
li. W . ""A ;,KNX,
i-s. Trailic Mi:-r.. Savannah. Ga.
. I 1 CI.,..,
.ummv...ma nr. oimp ' Kaetorv is tui nimr out more!
Pi. sL-i-iass artists, all work hair.isome hni:'-:ies and lirlit :
th:::' v;'. 'a st vie ami neatness. I waon this .ir 1 h in ever be- j
tPir e.r : in-, shaving, sham-: fulv This fai-' ory t horon-hly J
p.-i. ia-. liy.-in--. .-te. ( 'ourh'oii:(,i;iil., fu- nil IcimU of waon ;
i a t i?e-?n tn eiea miea's.
tl 'J. P. I LLlAMs, Pl'Op.
Royal makes the food pure,
vhoIc4onie and delicious.
The Mcintosh J M.iecratic Club
met Saturday and was reorgan
ized by elect ing Mr. Wood presi
dent, Mr. (list secretary, and
Will Chambers ex. cut ie commit
teeman. Delegates t o t he county conven
tion are ( in iiskdl, Burpm, Aer
and Will Chambesy Thrcinb
passed a resolut ion - favoring W.
E. -Ailen for raitro-ut-commission-.
,.,..1 .y..,.4 ....
eculive committee for usurpation
of authority in calling n prmiHiy.
and fixing Pie .pialitica-tiouii.o;.
votersmii.g.LUvi now execu
tive commit let?- to onler a-new
Millions Uiven Away
It i- certainly gratifying to the
public to know of one concern in
the land who are not- afraid to be
generous to the needy and sulFer
ing. The proprietors of Dr.
King's New Discovery for con
sumption, coughs and colds, have
given away over ten million trial
bottles of this great medicine:
and have the satisfaction of
knowing it has absolutely cured
thousands of hopi-less cases.
Asthma, bronchitis, hoarseness
and all diseases of the throat,
chest and lungs are surely cured
bv it. Call on K. C Alworth cSc
Co , druggists, and get a trial
bottle free. Rgula r si.e ."in cents
and 1. Every bottle guaranteed
or price refunded.
An elegant dwelling
of seven rooms, plenty of store
loom, wit hall modern improve
ments, formerly occupied by Mr.
Otteusosser. Apply to Charles
An entiiviv new hue of very
handsome clocks of the very best
make. Alo a nice line of pa
triotic belts, pins ami other nov
elties at F. O. P. Weihe's.
Vocal and Piano Instruction
Mrs. Duncan Parham, teacher
of vocal and instrumental music,
years of experience in the best
methods. Appiy at residence
No. .17. X'oriii Palm street.
FA ITI I Fl'LNKSS
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lii-icU ( 'i!.v C'arri ie
jw..ru. ,Mi..iii.K an.i iw ksnnth
A man without n wife,
A ship without a sail,
Put the oddest tiling in life
Is a -shirt without a
You will find our line of Soft Bosom Shiits to be cor
rect, both as to measurements and style; and last but not
least, in price. Take a peep at them.
! Davidson s VanEchop
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T. W. TROXLER,
l 1 1 1 1 1 Li now i. iii
SKGW YOUR COL
While the war
now find at
The hit est
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WHAT WILL YOU HAVE ?l
"I will takM Maniia. Dewej saytt
'what will ymi hat ?' You Imve a
vrnl range of rhoir at our sk1 water
foutnain. UV luv all the fruit
llavors from thn pure juires of the
fruit, plexpf.ate.-, cIi.koIh'h, coca cola,
;rnpe juice and !enio:ia(le. Our .oda
water i a way a frrsh, cuhl and
.pxrklin, and is a tonic a well at a
PRIDE GOETH BEFORE A FALL
and the haughty Don ilesrves his
fate. An hnest priise in pre.-entin
a rt-spectable am! i ishionLle appear
ance ih cninujer ilalne in all, and the
C'lily Aay to oniain it is lo huve an ar
tistic tailor c ren'e .i a suit of cloth
inymcli aswc cam 1U yon with from
exclushe styles in fnhrics, and it ill
mis-i you several decrees in your self
Merchants" Po( k
Nrute 1 1 in in iiiu
THERE 1 5 JUST ABOUT ONE F03D
Of .vIjk!i vit never grow tirei.
are always revly to sit down aiil eat a
oo l pice of meat. That is just one of
tie- ra-on whv mat i so jfo'd for us.
Our mit is nlvvsy-j fresh, temir and
juicy. We alsi have pure creamery
lju'tr anl a rh-).cr line of fresh vegeta
bles. OrIers eirefnlly filled, as we try
to retain the ffooil will and patronage of
RIDE TH E
Needs less attention and
gives more satisfaction than
any other make. Also
SIDNEY E HILLER
for Best Job Work
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