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Vol. 1. No. 12j. OCALA, FLORIDA, OCTOBER 25. 1895. Price Five Cents
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY IN "THE- WEEK EXCEPTING SUNDAY.
ALL OVER THE WORLD
FLASHES OVER THE WIRE IN A
Items of Interest for Everybody Who
Desires to Keep up With
AFTER THE TIGER.
New York, Oct. 25. The first
bier ratification meeting of the!
New York state democracy dur
ing the present campaign was
held last night in the hall of Coop
er Union. The meeting was held
to endorse the fusion ticket. The
hall was well filled, and great en
thusiasm was displayed. Albert
Stick ney, who acted as chairman,
in a brief speech, said that the
state democracy had been obliged
to join hands with their friends,
the enemy, in this campaign, tc
bring about the over throw of
Tammany Hall. He entreated
the members of the state demo
cracy to oppose all machine poli
tics. CORBETT LEAVES.
Little Rock, Ark., Oct. 25 -
Gov. Clarke says he feels greatly
i 1 . .1 r t t . I
relieved at tne news irom not
Springs to the effect that Corbett
will depart for St. Louis tod:y.
The other members of his party
are going to New York. The gov
ernor says he is still governor of
Arkansas and he feels good to
think the supreme court is in ac
cord with him.
It is settled now," he said,
''thai prize fighting will not be
permitted in this state, no matter
how high a purse is hung up as an
Atlanta, Ga., Oct. 25. Two
hundred and fifty members of the
New England Cotton Manufac
turers' association met at the au
ditorium at the exposition yester
day. This is the organization's
fifty-first session, and it was the
first that has ever been held out
side the New England states. The
party came in yesterday in a body.
They are being looked after by a
committee from the exposition
directors and the Georgia Manu
facturers' association, at whose
invitation they came South.
NAMED BYTHE GOVERNOR
Tallahassee, Fla., Oct. 25. Gov.
ernor Mitchell has made the fol
lowing civil appointments :
A. T. Smith to be justice of the
peace for the Sixth district of Col
H. H. Scarlett, of Tampa, to be
supervisor of registration fjr Hills- :
borough count v.
J. J. Skipper, of Mills Ferry, to j
be constable for the Eiht'i dis- ;
trict of Washington county. i
Vienna, Oct. 25. A dispatch:
frcm Constantinople represents !
the liberal movement there as be
ing more marked than ever. The
display of seditious placards has
been resumed, and it is reported
that several prominent softas and
notable persons who have been
conspicuous in opposition to the
liberal movement have mysteri
ously disappeared. The authorities
have decided upon taking rigid
military measures to suppress the
A WORLD BEATER.
Buffalo, N. Y., Oct. 25. The!
Lake Shore and Michigan South
ern, emulating the example of the
New York Central and the Eng
lish roads, made a fast trial trip
from Chicago to Buffalo this morn
ing, and succeeded in breaking the
world's recoid, covering 510 miles,
from One Hundredth street, Chi
cago, to Buffalo Creek, Buffalo, in
8:10:07, an average, including
stops, of 63.10 miles an hour, or,
excluding stops, of 64.98 miles an
Atlanta, Ga., Oct. 25. The
Cuban insurgents asked the ex
position some time ago to have a
Cuban Day. The matter was de
ferred until President Cleveland
made his visit, as it was not de
sired to embarrass him in anyway.
November 6 has been fixed for the
day. Cuban sympathizers are ar
ranging for the speakers. There
will be prpminent public men from
all over the country on the pro
gram. INDUSTRIAL PROGRESS.
Baltimore. Md., Oct., 25. The
general condition of the South, as
indicated by reports to the Manu-,
facturers' Record during the week j
continues to be very encouraging.
The unusually large crops have
placed the farmers in a more in
dependent position. The Atlanta
exposition is attracting extraor
dinary interest in all sections of
the country towards the South.
Washington, D. C, Oct. 25
Ex-Senator Charles H. Van Wyck,
of Nebraska, died at 4:30 yester-1
dav afternoon at a hotel in this
city. He was stricken with para
lysis on Monday while sitting in
his room talking with his wife and
sank gradually until his death.
This was his second attack.
RETURN TO WORK.
Massillon. O., Oct. 25. The
miners of this district, who have
been on strike, have been return
ing to work for several days with- j
out consent 01 tne organization
leaders, and the strike is practical-
furnish' vou a first.ciass turnout ,
H 1 irhorlcnn o c T i hi A ixrill I
cheaper than elsewhere. Call and .;
try his teams. s
The city clerk's assistant the
other day failed to inform us of
one important piece cf business
transacted at Tuesday night's
called meeting of the city council.
They met to act upon the estab
lishing of the Australian ballot
in the city for use in the coming
election, as by law this system is
now required in municipal elections
The matter was referred to the
judiciary committee, with power to
The matter of the city market
! was only discussed informally and
no action was taken.
T. L. McCoy's carriage horses
ran away this morning from near
Masters' store on Exposition
They ran across the corner of
the sidewalk under the awning of
H. B. Masters' store, knocking out
one of the iron posts and over
turning the carriage.
McCoy, in trying to mount to
the box, slipped, which frightened
the horses. He was not hurt.
SILVER SPRINGS ROAD.
The Silver Springs Road creeps
steadily toward the city, and now
it is graded to within one mile of
jtown almost to the corporate
The grading will be almost fin
ished by the last of next week, and
the work of laying the ties and
rails will commence at once.
C. G. Ward of Rock Springs is
in the city on business.
Fine fresh water fish today on
ice at L. S. Black's, stall No. 11,
W. M. Brooks, the well known
phosphate man from Floral City,
is in Ocala.
Use our Eczema and Tetter Cure
for all cutaneous diseases; sure
cure for erysipelas, Ty dings &
Services will be held in the Bap
tist church Sunday as follows:
Sunday school, 9:30 a.m.; morning
service; 11 a.m.; Baptist Young
People's Union, 6:30 p.m.; evening
service, 7:30 p.m. Strangers cor-
Maurice Rheinauer, of the mam
moth dry goods firm of Rheinauer
& Brother, has returned from
New York, where he purchased a
large quantity of fall and winter
goods. Mr. Rheinauer says he ex
pects to do as good a business this
winter as last, and has put in the
goods to do it with.
Col. Eichelberger says the to-
bacco crop for the coming season
; will be very heavy. Several prom
inent Cuban tobacco growers who
were with him yesterday expressed
the outlook and said they had seri-
ous intentions of engaging in the
business in this section.
AND - OPTICAL GOODS.
Gleaning, Repairing and Engraving.
v Soda Water and Ice Cream-
W. A. REDDING, Hanager.
A .V f A V A j'A w ."A A.
George D. Courtney's
City Market Grocery,
is the best place in the city to buy your 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.
One Door North from City Market, Ocala, Fla.
High Qrade Goods,
Low Qrade Prices.
Repairing and Engraving.
All Work Guaranteed at A. E. Burnett's, Jeweler
Merchants' Block, Ocala, Fla.
Having just received a full l:.nc of the
latest styles of fall millinery, we are nox
ready to please the ladies. All v.e ask is
for you to call and see us.
Thanking you for past favors, I am
Mrs. C. A. Brown.
Mrs. D. TXL Hiek
will display a beautiful line of Pattern Hats
Wed. andThurs. Oct. 23 and 24, '95,
The LaJ.es are requested to r.ttend. Gents can come too.
Guaranteed First-Class Work.
North Side Square, Ocala, Fla.
Drug: Store, jjg
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