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: . ' - , . '.-" 1 . ; 1 f - - - . - - , v i v; .' ) i ,-, . Volume II., Number 301 OCALA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, APRIL 29; 1897 Price 5 Cetita BREAK FOR CH1PLEY. The Picnic Qstion. ALARM 1(1 ATHENS. THE EVE Ji I I v. t Y The West Florida Statesman Gains Six Votes and is Nov Within Three Votes of ths Leader. IIOCKER LOSES THREE AND BUR FOUD TWO FROM THE VOTE OF YESTERDAY RAKEY, ALSO OS THE DOWN GRADE. Tallahassee,' April, 29.- S.ccialtotheStr. The first serious break in the vote for United States senator occurred today. Great excite ment prevailed when it was an nounced and the impression now prevails that the end is near. Following" is the ballot: v Call -'- - - - - - - Chipley Rancy Hocker Burford L . . s- - 33 30 15 6 .3 2J I Memorial Day. The present condition of the great excitement by the for- picnic question is somewhat eign residents of that amusing". One week ago the an- city the angry mob - nouncement was made that the . ' . V . r. lr . .. , THREATENS-VIOLENCE. - , Metropolitan band would give a picnic and would extend invita- Athens, April 28.-Public ex- tions to the Sunday-schools and citement here is increasing every other organizations to accompany hour. Foreigners in the city are them. Today it is very difficult listing their national flags over to tell whether it is the band, the the buildings inhabited by them, railroads, Capt, Paine, the A popular out break, is feared. Meadows Land Improvement Co., 111(3 ryal fami1 is hooted at h? or private individuals that is get- f he populace. A revolution is ting up the picnic. A great deal immment. GREEKS DRIVE TURKS BACK. holding the picnic and the best Volo, April 2S. -It is announced fg ldthS." day on which to hold it, but the that the Turkish advance forces Af9ures the food against alum ccd important question to decide first attacked the Greeks at Veltie, all formal of adultCZ&tion coacon is, who is getting up the picnic, eight 'miles west of Volo. The to the cbap brando. Hoyal That question settled we will Turks, the dispatch says, were re- then be in shape to consider time pulsed with heavy loss and driven and place. If this is a band pic- back as far as Teherlis. General me as c nas been intimated, let bmoienki, on hearing 01 tno at that organization select their own tack at Velestino, made a sortie time and place and then let in- from Pharsalos in order to sup- vited organizations either accept port the, Greeks at Velestino. or reject their invitation. ; powers will intervene. York. New Vacancy in Uo Ciiy CunslI ADDITIONAL LOCAL Paris, April 28. A report is H. X. Bmith, the fourth ward alderman has tendered his , resig nation as a member of the coun cil. This action was made neces- andprices, at H. B. Masters. Memorial 'clay will be observed in Ocala on the 10th of Majr. The United , Confederate Veterans, the Daughters of the Confederacy, the Metropolitan Band, the Ocala Rifles; and the Citizens are invited urer was in town yesterday. to unite in the ceremonies of the Club ties in washable occasion. current that the powers have sary Dy . reason or his removal about decided on intervention in from jtho fourth to the second I ! ; rri I n TVi I -t mill 4nVi1. -Negligee shirts in all styles iavor OI Greece. Ane conaiuons v " uuuuu to be imposed have not reached sitate the holding: of another the stacre of deflniteness that ner- special election to fill the vacancv. A. R. Griffin, our county treas- mit th6 mafcus of them public The resignation will be acted on at the meeting of council4 next fM - 1 . "I in wasnawe ana Kifiiafinn IVanfort iucbuuj evema The procession will be silk effects, at H. B. Masters. lounu on rortivmg avenue oppo- P. C. Ryan of Lakeland, , is in By a salesman; fifteen years' ex- siLo.uic armoiy, iieaueu.uy uiie the dty- perience in the various lines of IKlUiX. IUU UliirCJl Will UtJ LU U.i1 V,cf f .tnriAnts VUVVU, 1 UiUOUUI UUUW OUll bU at Masters. Studs at the Held. HOTEL Has axnp!e &ccomxncticn f cr Sis. Hundred ; Guests. Rooms cn cuitc, irith Biths, etc. Rotec - 02 SO- to C40 por-, E)ay! SPECIAL RATES TO STATE PEOPLE. D. W- C .BENBOW Jpckoonville, Fla. Proprietor. The First Nat ibnal Bank FLA. OF GAINESVI Solicits Your BuciiQQo Clieclco Creclitccl sxt Par Upon Rccciit Jas M, Graham, President. H. E. Tavlok, Cashien Main street, on Main to North street, on North to Magnolia street, then to Edgcwood (old) cemetery. Arriving at the cemetery, the exercises will he opened with pray er by Dr. J. G. Law. Mr. F. E. Harris as master of ceremonies will introduce the' speaker of the day, the Hon. R. A. Burford, the son of a confederate soldier, who in his usual eloquent style, will pay tribute to the memory of the dead heroes of the south. The ladies will then proceed to decor ate the graves with flowers, and with every wreath and flower will pay the homage of loving liearts Farewell Reception. Wm. Ross has returned from north Florida. , Children's duck suits at H. B. Masters. - - W. W. Acheson of, Beileview, spent yesterday in town.- ; Lines of duck pants $1. 00 per pair, at H. B. Masters. C. C. Herrick of Crystal River, is in town. v , Straw hats, the nobbiest line in town, at H. B. Masters. Mr. ' Stafford, of South Lake Weir; is in the city today. . Crash suits at S5.00 at H. B. Masters. 4 given; a-aaress Ocala, Fla. . Aucr. J. Bosrel. the leadincr Box 382, druggist of Shreveport, La., says: P. O. "jjr. jing s JMew uiscovery is Ex-President Harrison is au- tho onl thino that cures my thority that the correct letter ad- cough, and it is the best seller I ri ppco nf t ho TroaiH Anf. . nf tliA ua e. j . r . ampoeii. mer- United States is "To the Presi-1 chant of SatTord I T IT: ".T dent," and Uhe oral address is 8 -wew 'Mr. President." . that is claimed -Sunshine brand ladie's shirt faUs'f.nd is a curf con; waists from 50c. up at Rhein- r" ' x . ' I cannot sav enoii'rh fonts merits auer s. ' i , " JJr. icing s jncw uiscovery lor RCV. N. B. Plummer Of An- nonsnmnt:on. .onirhs and rnlds is thony, was in the city today call- not an experiment. It has been tried for a quarter of a century, and today stands at the head. It Campbell, " mer- I, Ariz., writes: f fS r'S f'U v Discover is all (J I for it; it never U W U U L3 ; Choice Staple and Fancy Groceries, c" Hay, Grain, etc. New ; Stock, Revised Prices. Your patronage solicited and we guarantee to please you at . the : (South of City Market.) S A very large crowd assembled at the Baptist church last night. It was a most refreshing occa sion and at the same time an un usually sad one. It was the clos ing scenes of Rev. J. E. Oate's stopped in the city yesterday pastoraxe ana many inenus Oxfords for ladies and chil were out in full force to bid him dren in latest toes atRheinauer's. rnnrl hvn and a God sneed to his Zr " o ! H. S. Chubb of Winter Park, After a short season of prayer is at the Montezuma. Mr. Uates preactiea a most pront- Haldreth's velvet molasses R. A. Hall, the practical nainter. naner hansrer. Kalsominer E. C. Dorsey, of Dunnellon, is and ffiaZiCr. will bo irlad to do a ' ' I - ' - in town. Standard patterns at Rhein- Address Box 29 G, city. auer S. n t tv,;iisc wntnP io slowly recovering from the in juries he received from his fall Livery, Feed and Sale Stable. never disappoints. Free trial bot- p-f nf fffiAn rr; MinmMimr Mv n?m tn rv Vard-wide sea island at 5c. at tics at drucr store. F. C. Alworth teonle of Ocsla tt the best of mv abilitv and onlv, ask for mv lerriU Rheinauer's. AXr Hn 1 fea nfmri nttht frarle. Courteons treatment to alL Lotreat prirr. Rtcttardsons Old Stan North o Square mg- on a number of his friends. He was a welcome visitor to our sanctum. from a building last week. He was able to be out yesterday with the aid of crutches. Beware of Ointments foe Catarrh That Contain Heronry. Attention I lose Co,, No, 1. A special meeting of Marion Hosc Co., No. 1. is hereby called for Friday night at 8 o'clock at fire headquarters. Business of. importance will come before the meeting. N: K. Williams, Foreman. W. C. Barnes, Sec. Telephones: Stable 32; Residence 80. oh o MR u o Carelessness in girlhood causes the greatest ' suffering and , un happiness in after life. Little irregularities and weaknesses in be looked after aoie aiscourse, taKmg ior nib candy at Troxler's. As mercury will surely destroy tneme " Bud Ayer of Lake Weir, a the sense of smelll and completely ineconcinoi n meml)cr -f the Ocala Rilles is in derange the whole system when ;rotl7and treatment -iven at ordinance of baptism was admm- L , . on,or; -f fuotirru fv,l,e cur P,romP ?l anu irea"neni S1 e ; , , 1 , -i town. . entering it through the mucous sur- onr j)r p;prces Favorite Pre- lstcrcd to seven converts and . t q art,viM nwr nerce s nvomc irre five others received by letter Straw hats at reduced Jfces ucn snouia never scription promotes regularity of be used except on presenpuons all feminine functions, makes many tarried after the services ity at Rheinauer's. from reputable physicians, as the strength and builds up a sturdy 1oTYi'ir tTiAV mill rln ia f An frA tn 1 .m i A to participate in a short farewell E. c. Smith, of the Ocala bot- T"' Z ZZ m .min . Wmcn . Momr o mmcfonofi . . , . , . , u t,w; w..-. i triais xo come. ue j?avorue xv,-vf. j urag worKS, says nis Dusiness is eye was visible as tney oaae an picking up nicelj'. atfection ate farewell to their De loved leader and pastor. 1m slfi Put a WDtcfo He will be a better boy will be early to school it will teach him habits of punctuality. For $2.50 we sell a fairly good watch. With proper treatment it will last for years. We call it the "boy watch" because it see ma to just about suit the average boy. Prices run up as high as $60.00. A. E: BURNETT. Almost A Bank. Messrs Munroo and Chambliss from them. Hali's Catarrh Cure, Prescription is not a universal manufactured by F. J. Cheney & panacea. It is good for but one Co., Toledo, O., contains no mer- thing. It is directed solely at cury, and is taken internally, act- one set of organs. ing directly upon the blood and Dn pierce,s Common Sense mucous surfaces of the system. In , AHC r, inns ' Ymm The Ocala House will close its buvincr Hall's Catarrh Cure be sure .14. - " . , 1 meaicai Avorn, pruiusuiy, liiustia.- AT Anything in fancy groceries and baker's goods can be had from Martinot's French Bakery JSm!o mnvwi nfi-n-n nnmnnni Clirirvfin I ... 4.1 i a A I umm 1 UU1 "LV ocl v lu yu 5cl inc genuine, ir, is wen ted wiU bc sent f reo bn recept 0f T.nmnrriiw iiiriiii. aro receivmir many jiaLWjrinsr compliments' for their excellent Whitman's Superextra Can- Ohio, by F. J. Cheney &Co. Tea- ae ouiv Address, World's Dis- svstem of collecting for out of dies and Chocolates just received i - town houses. They also sell ex- at Troxler's. change and cash-checks on all of C5' ni i -t 1 mi - l our i?ioriua oanivs. jLiiuir uus iness is rapidly increasing and is proving quiie prontaDie xo xne firm. In the course of time they may open a bank in a small way for the accomodation of our peo ple. The undertaking wTould be a success as no one enjoys the con- Mr. and Mrs. Edward Holder, 1 steel range, 1 portable baker's oven ut uii . internally and is made in Toledo, L oneent staps to cover postr 1 WclgOIl COVer. 5X5 It., 1 WagOH pOie C01I1 plcte, 1 Williams type winter, good as new, r 6ft zinc batli tub, 2 enamel statioriaxy wash basins,' 1 "Quick Meal" gasoline cooh dmonials free. J5-Sold by drug- pensarv Medical Association, gists, price 75a per bottle. Buffalo, N. Y. A New Store. Phosphoria, Fla., March 31, of Hartshorn, were in town to- 1897. My father and mother suf- day. V fered with a severe attack of the White and colored silk para SP which left them weak. They I George Giles opened a general sols at reduced prices at Rhein-n "eg1111 waiving noou s oarsaparnia i tor e yesteruay in me Aiaruaii ni1Ar'c and soon the' were feelini? all I building". The name of the firm stove, 1 ice box, 1 refrigerator. H. A. Ford is movin k the again. Arentz offices from the Mer- is the "People's Cheap Supply S. W. Crum. Store." A large stock will be put in soon and ; a wholesale dc- fidence of the people to a greater chants' Block to their nev quar- Hood's pills cure all liver ills, r f aa a extent than these gentlemen. ters in the Cox building. 25 cents, lpartmcnt aaaea' Youro forlthe Trade, ' , i