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Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala daily banner
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Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Banner Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Ocala Marion County Fla
Creation Date: February 27, 1889
Publication Date: 1883-
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
daily (except sunday)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 17, no. 12 (Aug. 25, 1883)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for 1884 later called new ser. vol. 2.
General Note: Editors: T.W. Harris, F.E. Harris, C.L. Bittinger.
General Note: Description based on: New ser., vol. 2, no. 14 (Dec. 1, 1883).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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,a OCALA, FLA. WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 27, 1889. .


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r BUDGET OF HOME NEWS The Mayor Hold a Hereptloii. A SOUTHCKX ItOMANCK.AVhlrli with I the bottom of tin shaft As !POOH CITY & COUNTYDIRECTORY.
withhi
-' ns the don reached tin gentleman:
-' -L -- -- --- Owing to the great stress and press of I'mh In Suit to llccmorn hiHiv' tail the ball \\-I'I'\II"t.'! II*. I .
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____ : _BITTIVER.nty Editor other matters and superior Attractions WR no' 1\lu\ t'tllt'for "nv' ml l't'r kind
Fourth Intereist In nil 1'Clltt',1.:!
t elsewhere, his honor, the mayor, Dr) "f II leit, >hut it w is: a'1' tret there hart CITY OFFICERS
? Go Sarders'! anti pet a box of 5-cent Gary, has refrained from opening the ued nt $lnn.tH). al\ll h get they did. ('apt.\ Vogt. :Muss M I..)ur--t Pr Ihiw. I' lary

,y cigars for fLThchilling_ palatial city reception rooms, until S.Ilnulersmuut l alt' the .l t'lerk-5.l .\. l 1\1| ..ick.Muni'Nl .
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yesterday A (l1't''iafrClII\ \ Nashville Term.. February \ Tiiiner.P.i-1 > \ nw -.'. 1-1'. !Hull\
air fish prevalent this morning, when the demand( to 11, sav : A "snit' to rtn-over n fourth were in tho ..hltn.llliu.1! up, dugs wane rnlU\ >. I1, ,.ad.". n.
moruinpCoid6! grasp our popular ml\ or'L' hand figuratively interest in an < .stateleckoned at a-oolIon.: ( ( and fox, nil\ m 1\11\1'11 l:; l up promUmniHly.+ Vw4-Mi tl'r'k K: MtUrr 1

speaking, bet-mie so $great that he 1\1".1111\ the Davidson) county conrIs recalls What dojrs were not hewing lie fox: 'I'r...I.tt.1I1(. of <.'..U." Minwilcn...II-Jno.(I ; F. Dutot.tl.wH.if 1
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l1. the .j.j \vd(, iP i to Date an ordered his! :Major Donio, )Ir. S. Bullock, n romance of unn ual interest. were chewn'U' w l b '"tier. Idm Hu K. W. Aauew,
auction.ale! in hikr. a *t.ire. to oil the limne of the massive doors Isaac IVaiiLliu was! omv the richest .\ 11\ thing of this )Und "'I1..t l h eseen .n J. T I.mu-iiMfr; :'rli'lt:::: : ; : t. U Rat, tai,. "t
and let Vm ,wing Policeman\ Darnell won't -mlih.H. W rmiutlor. I. Hro,, l> and W. U. MMOllllll
\\' mmlll the South. nw ning four big plan- be t+l'pr.'I' rated Imagination f
D Thurnt'iir" and w ifs t.f Cincinnati noted the i art hadovf the :n 'tu:ilcxjierience ":..iiitarv tns|1"'I.t"f.W T. Ktnu! '.

0. are r.t"tl'H',1| at the Onla to perfection, and intrndm live sons of "sla\eU"lder, \ vxcept Ueneral Wade of n fx hunt lit Dunnellon COUNTY OFFICERS.rmiiitv .

Howe.Tavans. the grist i Aru'n race and ik-voteesof Kli glUnu I Hampton's father. At his princely w hen conduct bv tin' loin'' clinr'c'',rs Ituhxril .
luiUi MtOniHihf.Timnn
but m 'Iir-ir li'nt-Miiv: modostvtliHi I home he kept a Niton resist, and I 1 have mentioned it H bcvoint the I'tirkl> .V Millor\
i is rtj 1 rt"'t".tt,1 at the Ocala "rl'dl'lIlial.I'U' Minhly (i-'i: scntel, deo-crils' the "livrlll-h: TVi'ltsmi..to'
of Nashville of feeble t '
one day M potty} : voting\ eo- power m\ pen '
house the "f I. E, Hiernun j .. )
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p .r""n
the !hummer liffmihi Hoi .rMolmewa(
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e-irinj :
all| | : oracknowlelgod pie on a frolic l'nlh'II( and insctibed their I fun of a tot( hunt by moonlijit. amonj. iiUxior-lt
and wife.Xelho r "IU1I1\1UUI.l'Ura. f
with a t\'ilhnntandthe n.I111'8nlcdla Hayes, time then belle i the grand l old }pine wimds t Dunm>!|..p Trmsiiror -s I RHnlwrinleudrnt |I',|.,_.

ti' Waiters the "1I1a lIt'tic nouhret-\ etceleniH! thrown in. It wn a ''111'\e too previous feunday iii' nil ig' li 'laritv.9P ? less of wrote opposite"j\rl'-I within live miles of Dui.nelloii.\ 1"IIIIt.tI'UIIII' \ "
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te will ) conpeo.nencpp | .
omipv tliHOptia{ HonivlioartN I; I .\ 1'\III"I'lIt't.--h. W unmN. r.rrHiiiliim.
March <>. Oand 71 h.TO : .1 > leht Watihma'n Wu-"n \Il].1.Iht' name her intention of 'Vetting her jap" I he kee-s a fine pack of hounds and de- M I. II lion .K. ". I' rrln. \V.l'U\.
''IviThfotV' wliirli "1 ninnies : 'S'leiuvth for old man Franklin. The rich widower ligts) in this kind of 1I111.rt.| ai.d ilol H llmuwniI \
( ." l.llen Jm, k- 'tie busty rmnmi....lonrrK tune the flrrt N-m- ,
u pestifeiom
tea of inipcellaneoii* goods wore ro/s-tt-re. was caught in the trap and married Miss venial, and intelligent gentleman. Hisihool .
1 recehed to-dnv. at C ndcn'n, jewelry hon, the r.lhiojie.i: ie''!s rnnii.! III'I'\ |"re'' ., Hajes. Franklin soon ,died leaving a ti. W. it'll I.W. day! In arty\I'"l..tt'.Hum K:. IIftrr .L II T M ttmnn,

store to I* told at auction. next appeared :\11111\11101 l,' her. how to his youngand loxelv widow worth $4,000KX( ) M. H. Mc.
Honor with, that lotiMiiuuuUe\ grace and Some time later JC11t'phI'klen, a Fresh HOIIIOSVN oysters daily at eeho'dlkwnlmesyltint Mgixlny tlll'VI'r)' month.

J.c'kt'lonI'I'; m inpieM-nted: : in our r'\i\\ )111'\\itt'hlho) m'xhgty! that has been the )'oulllllaw'l'r. of Hunt, vilU, Ala, i noposed Courtnej's market. ,ltf.'-27. COUNTY BOARD OF HEALTH.
t In the *'rons "f :Nitnner t'. Chandler, fatal airow; to deal iKhtriuMon; to many a \ -- '
| I to a party of friends that if t they I iTonUloiitDr" *>!'. J. Britton and John \r.'nt1. l'allow'outlt.. The cause of her complaint would\ give him $1000( for expenses he : Hotel Arrivals. Moc *I"r-'III.L.| t:: H. Ittrhanl. *tn.
when I A. Nmllli! Anthony, Mew ri.M. ;,
the usual two dollars and N.'mh'ra-Dr.
wOl1lll'nt'lnart' the
wealthy widow. Ack OCALA house, Feb. 20.--I.1 I 13.: Mierman .
S!. OfIl'ra."III.II.I".tll.UOARD
t Mr. KelWjr, the urbane advance 'Jjieeler trimmings" was iml'fl'I'I.I.'a: Il'n'as smart and handsome, and Ilisfri'ntl and wife Ta\ares, Fh.JollI; \ 11. Hoc ,
agent!; for Nellie Walters had her "dates"struck i that the only thing, for which she feitaggrievek provided him with the requisite Winter Park Fla I. I D. llanwom and OF TRADE.
off at the H. Job Office.i that in her "terri ; VmMrnt- K. l>nnnMce .
;: \N\FK the fait
was cash. With show of wealth Acklen '
a wife Marquette, :MieK; \\ G. Whidden. 1'n..I.tl'n'IA.. \\ *tlicn.
ble high up wrath" she had not that intense laid siege to the heart of Mrs. Franklin I \ NecretarJWum.. KoiIVmnlof ,
; York JI\ .l.
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Jr. Now O'ConnellBrok
\tll\nta. .
i W. E.Keiser and of Ga. ;
party, satisfaction of administering\ tri t Uovcnmon-A, f. Mall Jr ". .i.Rnclnmirr -
and soon they were married. lyn N. Y. Geo. 11. Marshall Mansfield, Uvlnipion 14 A.
2 are enjoying the comforts and luxuriesof rival for the smiles of the ; Jno. I'.1)111111. J. II ,
the magnificent Ocala House. her detected They \built a country home called Ohio ; W. D. Thornbnrg and wife, Cincinnati VV'ml hem. \\ m Fox] and d. V\ MUIIII).

"dude of Blacking alley the i'Iea...!. "H..I hnollt," a superb place surrounded' Ohio ; U. B, llillvard Savan BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIA-
Charles L. Kellogg, one of the lead- she hall0 store fur her when the I hv, Me\'ellt.tj\'tl+ acres uf ornamented nl\h.OI\.; \V. C. Kiser Willie Kiser, Jno. TION.l'r.c1t'nt.e. '

Ing wholesale! clothing) merchants of ant and agreeable pan time was rud..lybrokpn eronnds.I with I rovuservmttnmll's, music hall Kiser, Miss 1 Dukev.. Louis Saloshln, Atlanta ,
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the breezy:Icitv of Chicago is comforbuble up by th<* apjenrinie" l tf (Otaa'* I billiard, pflir'-tln 1 : and zo logital I ; garden, : Ga.; K: ImnJovce, Phitailclphia, \, \I'nuliJcal. H J..1.Milliter.Uv ; l IVIoixMNvifUry a ,
iruaid'iin i "f the and
at the Montemma. hand'omeht : peace: and mertained' rt' !ehhy. lVti"a.; 'iimner C. (Chandler J. Brittnn Hiiil IrtiwiiriT -U>ui" Fox.KoHixtfit : .
pa>'iti'j': : "His hoiKM,' no' mauds" )'oil"141st .\(.kit n ilied} Burin_! the war, "leaving John Aretitz. Jacksonville, Fla.; H.: C.Scheefer. Il\tt.'I..J.1'\ UniHMtir iM.chWplictiH tJ
hot not limit Hlai-k HillJollllllil' I I. Hmwii. M. Fl.hm'l, A. r.: urloutrtt] II. 11, .
cHine
; Tho top rmioiw of :'Ifarqut'ttt'lic.hilltn. four children, o..r w bom Hon. Joseph :; In.l., ; J. T. Ua.lis OhioC. J. ZiichnrlHi and K. A. Iiutford.OCALA '
:\ In'e\ representation at the ) who in a fiahtioellort to time 11. .\I'kll'll. I'. .thud Ii member of ii>ngiess. Smith, \\'. BurliiiL'.ime, C. I 1'. Hood, New' RIFLES ..

Ocala Hou e, in the JHTVOIIS! of I. D. his debilitated systenm. had meml in thedaikness fun' houiHami, is | laintitf in the Hmnpsliiie ; W. (i. Webb. P.allimorp.Moxnyi'MA eapunl--I t ;"fI. A. Niuili I '
Hanocoinb and wife. :" of the n 'lit a bottlof double snit s'k"n'if. l MiConucll.Sfconit ;
*' | : HOTLI., Feb Urt.-.lohn S. Flriit uuloimiilK I II. ;1 t.
di-TilIeil e.ew'c'f" Jersey "ow me UI). MriUen Mime time later marrie l IJenteuwnt-I'. K:. \\ 11111111I1.rt \. '
)[r. St. Clair Ft-chner. of Prow, X. Y., and swathed his epiglottis in its tierv Dr. W: B Cheaiham.; of thin city. Fifteen Franz, Seflner 1-U; Joe S. 1 Ueynoldsugiistn .',. )' Mi'iiitK-rn. ..
YOlk he had hold, .\ Ga., Clair 1'htwr.1 ray, =N.
v\ ho repri-enti' tlio New pawn folds: when he thought ;got liundied invitations were issued FIRE COMPANY.
brokers association. i"" terniMranly sojourninK of canteen of appollinane. water. and 1 from Y.; Miss I:, M. Kennett /Syracuse, NY.; ('hh'f-T. 1) l .nriml T. .,
ninny: guets Kurojnt WI'fUpfl'
Mrs. E. B. 1 DcMuro. TomphiiiMvillo i 1'U 'III't'III"-Mllurh'l Khflnmier. '
I(1Intt'Zl1D1a. Johnnie ed with I the ;
:
E at the WIt:11' unpte : grayity lit at the. nuptials .
I lint\ nwiiiUnl UniiiYolk.Kfoiid
O. O. Ashley, New York C. L. Kell-g
-- of the fortuna that had ormkt\ : n ; .
!nii> Alt, ; the war :Mrs Cheatham 1IIIt'l1! the nwiRtatit- V\. (). Manhkil.M' t
W Brrlinjaim'( C. J. Nnith and I;. P. him that in IIIH! f"\'l'rt..IIClill l unsettled! government for 1.XN,000( ) for damages to Chicago, III '<'rvt r-J, II. Mallrtt
Hood prominent citizen of New Hampshire mind assured Ins lioimr thai it lim --- -- --- Twiiil llvurorinlM-n.
he !
i
I a cotton crop and won her cause: Her Bulk' in quantity nt ('o. t
oysters
are tarrying with mine host of the mistake had brought him il1tol'O'\t. that any HOOK AND LADDER COMPANY.
attorney was the confederate., General burn It Chicago. mtanntnt. :30tfA
Ocala House, Captain Thayer. the policeman, who had way laid and Gideon) J. Pillow, who was to receive ----- 1'sddeut-Abrsm I'tlmcr. 7
noletit tofcn taken IOMCKXIOII of bun and 5100.000) )( his fee but the widode .'UI't'.IIWUk.llrllll.A..I"lalit' .
Rev. Dr Blake, formerly pastor of the as Gold "'atel..ltolcn. \\< IU Kkhirditoa.
( praluceebit body at this! "grand
reception murrtHl and the wassustaincxl.ffince incmlN'ri.
:M. E. church, this city but now stationedat demurrer Mrs. John B. 'elb, who resides Tweuly
nations; "was as drunk 1\81 was then the estate! has wasted aw. TULULA LODGE, NO. 21, I. O. O. F. +
Citra, called in to see Brother Gaffney, honor." The Irishman ,) witu her hiislinnd, the manager of the"
the efficient foreman of the BANNER job your witty produced until when Mrs. Cheatham rW't"ntlr.U"11 Standard Lime (Jo, I in the cottage went (tolt..t'l'yct TueUy erviilng.Jw' ]
but it did not lessen
office. a good laugh, at tho Fifth Avenue Hotel in New YOlk, of the F-piHcopal: church misxcd her II. I lmlll, N. (I.VV I.
the usual assessment, absolutely neededto It'l'a14lot estimated! to be worth more tleverai weeks M. 1'hlllll( see-UIT.
will "Maaootte" be presented to the ruler of Ocala. elegant! gold l watch ago. All vliiiliiK. ; broths cordially invlicd./ C
The Templetons play than $30OKi: ( o i, for a fourth interest in As it could not bo the
found JMIitot'r1'noli
"Mikado Saturday' matinee ) OCALA CIIAPTEK NO. K. A. M. .
Friday night. which young Ark 11'1\ brings suit. t'tI who tiatkcd it to tl.n IJ, .
Twenty-one-meal ,
and 'Olivette" Saturday night. ticket for 17, at the --- ---- pawnshop the Mali Chapter, No. IS, R. A. M IVmvoratloi'tOr 'I-
and Howard (
Reserved seats for pale at Ocala House I Chicago.: 30tf The Sports of Dunncllon. liishopccolwas) HI MumUy niKlit In every inonlh.u. 'i
individual who >|M)uted 1 it. After time w. ix>/ u. H. P. .u.uJ
by Manager Sylvester.Mr. A Contented Hcttler who Makes a lh'slooJtu..ns. FLA., Feb. 24th, 188:>. l-roleminary hearing this morning before 8. FKAZIH, K'CixUry.CHRISTIAN. !
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I. Brokaw the Anthony nurseryman Fine Showing. Editor of Manner: Judge McConathv, ho was com- CHURCH.

who has his beds of plants and :Mr. John Dixon, of near I'antvil'.et! Lat night:: while sitting on the piazzaof mitte.:, iii default of a CKX( ) bond, to the Tim Muclplef\ hold Slouchy Hihuol allol l ."olal(
oftico has been who to Marion twelve the refrectorover which our popular slier! r rvlri evi-r> Sunday mornlnii( Agnew'.liiliahv
trees adjoining the post- came county Hotel Il nfro, enjoyim a good > (: II r hour, and
doing a splendid} business. Last Satur years ago to escape the regors of the cigar make from Florida. tolmii-o, J heard presides. Bishop claim he did) not prayer mtwtlugettt75atnesiay: night. All are
day Mr. Biokaw took orders for 1000 uncertain, trying and cold climate of the snun'nth'urfl'/ in full cry, 'III the steal the watch, but found it. III y 1..1..

trees. Missouri, has succeeded in that time to distance. l4'"lle Go see the I. idioH Waterbury watch atWelhe's.
the extensive create an orange grove of two thousand who by the wav is very familiar with Mt'L8t.1Hootch.lrlllh \f. II. CiOTWALD. TatUif.Babuath \ .
of dry
Mr. Louis Fox, orange trees, most of which are in bearing several musical! instruments, to come aervtoe at 11 A. r. all.11 r. K. MimUfBobool
goods house of Benjamin & Fox, has departed in the meanwhile" making a comfortable and listen to the mush' of the chaw It Cnngremi.! at 1tJ1I:: ) A. M. ; Wr for the Northern markets to select living off of his land by raising the sounded i although the hounds we.e living at 731); Seats free, The publcourdlauy InvileC.

their spring stock, which will be the usual crops of Florida soil. Mr. D. has over the. top. of the tall pines, andas Our chief Is in receipt, of an invitationto EPISCOPAL CHURCH.He ?
finest ever placed In their elegant store attend the SwIcli-Irixli: ConureM. to
adopted the commendable plan of setting we listened, it soon became eident
room. ___. out a grove for each of his six children, that the dogs were approaching the convene in Columbia, Tenn.. May 81h, C. R. WiLMik. lUitor.Krrt t
A squib factory situated near Wllkes-: beginning with the oldest, and enlisting town. It was not many minutes' before 1880. Of course hs will be present to (IrM .viy Huuday at 10:80: a. nt. and 1 p.
and their in the work of swell the number the grand, gathering' m.tlaoJard lime. Seats tree. Bun-Uy xboul' a
co-operation down Mr.
barre, Pa., exploded yesterday every curiog they came through Vngt'sgrove -m W.Jt. Chamberlauaulwrnwndet't.TRAVELER'S( | ( : .
of the clans (In hone veins better
occupant In it, ten girls and one man for same, and says it works like a charm, and on they went through the no .
were killed and no one left to tell the for every one of his progeny is so pleased pine woods north of town, with Ca ,t. blood on earth flows or who si a }t!'>plu GUIDE.

story or cause of the frightful accident. and stimulated with the thoughtof being A'ortos'o"t' at full swing, followed by hays donu more to promote liberty, 11

These squibs are used by miners to ex joint owners with their father in the Muse Turner, John Vogt Robt. Hand- morality and intelligeiuv, on earth, than Schedule of the 3 0, A G. K R. ;

, plode in coal seams and loosen the coal. property that all their spare time is given ers, of Ocala, and a score of others. Capt. ton the Sootch of-lrish these. Brother Harm ancwu-ho Arrive fnnn llouirwama.....,...__. M.I.i'"r. M.l .- \
JIt.'Opl.anl proud
to the and cultivation and the in full voice old were | ..
care Vogt singing a good an avetH-aU for Uunuelloum.--. hi'I A. M.
! a Dr.'Qary, who is always abreast of the happiest results' are flowing from it. hunting. song; chorus by Bob Sanders, may bo of their hUtory, and heroic and Kvlurnliitcat. _._......M..._.... ... tin r, M.
'' times, and permits no useful appliancein { Mr. Dixon has a on fro-n his hunting: born, made by his patriotic acts. 1.\'tI'Il'"I.' llouinna al... r...ti r. M. ,

bill profession! to pass his nonce or his place sniping an elevated spot of own hands from the horn of a Terse Notice- -to----Tax--Payers.H. F. C. rt P R. R. (Old F. n, & N. Line.

I, become an aid and assistance to his pro- ground, the water from which through steer. :Now if any one thinks there Schedule

I teL'8lonall1kl1l, has received the 'Perfect- means of plp i*>'', in conveyed all over the was not music In the airs just let him T. Wartmann, county tax collector Night north .
m iMwutiger t-strvt..1(
lo
is .
ion Operating chair," and is now better house and stables', and he uses the surplus come to Dunnellon and listen to a packof is making the rounds. of the county, and 1115(11' PfI'.IIII"r..Hub bc"'o< ._.._....::. r.A. M. .
If prepared than ever to perform difficult to irrigate his grove and vegetable 15 hounds full cry with a fox just will not be in his Ocala office to receive' rrvichiI'anenfvr:' ..__.._..M P. M. y''

:i .t.Jd.delicate surgecal 1 operations. patch with wonderful. results, never failing in front of them; flying for its very life, taxes or answer letters until the 15th day ',,_TIt aotlJl' .

I night in". to make a splendid! early crop of the and Capt. Vogt: with a merry troop, well of March. The tax books, for the reception arrive In Orala' ._...__ t07 A. *_.
At the entertainment Friday latter and them' into market Such of taxes will be open until the lit
bringing! at mounted in the rear. WM the :: :: :: u to r. H.
Snowden's Hall by special request Mr. a time when good prices prevail, also can last night. The Fox was so closely of April fn d-wtf Freight :::=:::: 1.13: A. *.

Meader will read" The Singing of the largely I increasing' I his. yield of fruit by pressed by the hounds that his Canon Rallaoult. bound..._._..._ 1.41 r. M.* "
escape "
north bound....,, .__
Vesper II vmnn of which the Hartford timely application moisture. Will very doubtful, and he was forced, R. E. YONGE & C), The Ocala Plum ? __ UI r.tf

Jfcm&Vw... says LIt Mr. Dixon U one of the satisfied, successful after being: run about 10 mites I to taketo bers.! Call and examine their fine stock Jotter s>. Fa..n.
t. \.he beat of Mr.will)feadere be assisted irrorta"Mr. by thebest and happy settlers of Marion a hole about 1,000 yards north of the an.ll'et good work at reasonable prices t'p Towu.Tloktt Acent..

.local Mwtder talent and a rare entertainment county, and says under} no condition old turning! table. There WM but one d31declin The F. S. R. R, Time Tabl..)

be looked for. could hv be prevailed upon to exchange thing to do now, and tint was to dig OOTR IOV" .
" may his present comfortable home with the the fox out so sent a "Coos" to Literary and Musical Entertain '
they P.SDaer:. arrives,. !la.. ( A! ._ 1J16 P. r.
Don't font* the literary. and musical! I genial and incomparable climate of Florida town for a spade to dig ont the fox, time meat of to --a-.. ll to r. w

I' entertainment at Snowden'a Hall Friday for any section of the frigid: North, sank a shaft down about seven feet Friday evening March tat, at Snow hetgbl.. It.. a ._..- --1 t ::

nights Anyone' who has never heard from whence' he emigrated for a more 5x5, when this was done the judged den's null, half of the proceeds for ben y

)fro leader should make it a point and congenial atmosphere. they were near the fox. They put ent of Grace Episcopal: church Sunday I Doata aoerD.Paranxer ..

do so. His humor 'la quick catching and (:apt. Vogt'a dog Dloisro in the hole school. Mr. John Richard Meader, arising anlre. ) In Ocala___ 7.11 A.t. r 1FrStlt
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refreshine. this pathos forces iu way A Valuable Souvenir.Mrs. and he soon disappeared<< with a fox at young journalist, poet and dialect It l. N r. .
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Into very heart His style Is Inimitable Capt. Morgan, of Paterson, New hit front and a Conn in the rear. WHat reader, will give some of bit inimitable It .. =-..:=. :: ::. '

and tits delivery has a duh thatcorns Jersey, in in poM< mion of a fan that good 1, respectable, well-bred dog would readings, assisted by the 1 best local musical r.- -. -Magnolia J,- ---
an audience by storm. In orderto once belonged to tke unfortunate EDI- not make Florida' rand fly, but the chase talent.: It a rare treat. Nursery-

meet every parse the admission ha press" Carlotta wife of )Maximilian of of ten mile was too much for even Come prepared to enjoy it. Admission The finest and bent variety of orange

been placed at a Jemarkable figure. See Mexican fame. It Is a magnificent work D10um and he had to I he lifted out of 25c. _F b25td. tree for the heist money of

advertisement of art of pure mother of pearl nine inches the shaft and MOM Turner's dpg Hornetwas J. W. t i'.'aWArnTwSfebtd. .

long, consisting of twenty-two put in, but the' long thane had told A Macedonian Cry IWIevUw, VIa.

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The .I.n'O sociable' given by the Phoj- a beautiful vine with silver nowernFhe the ground hog bu inwi a* short time, and JoIf.lnl-Troplcal Exposition Hart's OokUwah niver Steamen.

nix Club last .evening Sno. 'd\!n's Hall, has a standing offer of six thousand 'he became exhauned and old Bloxam association, Mr. Robert I** Ander HarU' Ocklawaha steamers (lave Pa-

like all of its predecessors, ira a very .lolUr, for it, any time she wishes to was put in for a final' W'iQhp, and in lIOn and In subttanc is that unless the latka for tne Ocklawaha and Silver

pleasant and enjoysbl gatherinst So- Jil! { ..... of it. Nothing lees! than ten bout 40 minutes from the UUM the fax delinquent( stockholders 'par np by dermas daily except Sunday, at ten ((10))
dui communication and inducing ip the thousand will take it. took, a notion to look fpr a pig! -tali, to March 10, legal proceeding will be In

exilleratin -poetry of motion. whiled Mrs. M. is a BAXXK: MibM-riher. start a laundry at Dunntllou, old Blox stltut *l against every such a one. Sliveringe

away swiftly the hours of ihe night. am was at his throat. When the dog Now gentlemen, to save time, money ; ,'
This clone the Pbocenix sociables till ''a Y" t\OQ't"oo..1I\ on "Y" the ie..eler.dMeb reached the fox, he most have been and trouble be prompt and respond m. II. 1. Ihn.t : a' "

after Lent td some ten feet in the hole on a level with alardty to the attorney' all.I w8feb2tn1 i '

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't" At "LA., EIU.J: nrs7,lR has failed to read the journals of the will be of medium size and such as the
---- -. -.-- Florida legislature. trade demand the A\'f'r\zl"' will be much Lake Shi& Hotel
P. E. HARRIS -Editor. Hut gentle readers, of the. IANXRR! do less then "f large fruit, which has beena Rn lJeinaneI'sSpeoial
._ __ not be mirprifled.! Paul of )Damascus and.) great detriment and has often resulted
:% .: Haul' I of Tr.rmm' was on> and the same depreciating the value of the
Mi:1 pet<011.Y whole product'when} this surplus of
General Harrison is wonderfully ) large, course fruit for which there is nodl'manll.l14 So. Lake Weir Fla.
happv and fortunate man. Not only thrown upon the market and
does )lieMH? hid "protective"' policy taken often at forced sales.' Our country is increasing ,
up and endorsed. with grand, flourish *o rapidly in population and
miles south of
4, of trumpets. by Southern\ delegations) new markets! being ojiened up( In all sec Sale Sixteen Oca.ta.-on;
Southern orators and) Southern\ 1 lepiiilators lions', North and East t. and I the l'O 11 11I11 10 I' high bluff overlooking the wholeof
but before he is administered the' tion of this fruit will largely' Increase, "Beautiful Lake Weir."
oath of office he IK greeted on the ca as! it ranks ahead of all in" favor. As E
creel birthday of Washington by the admission Florida has", virtually a corner In the
of four' more stars to theison- matter of pro,lnctinn'it ii lniiossible| for -OFLadles' HCKS MEETS ALL TRAINS'
stellation of bhtc.to augment and prolong California to compete with it in this or

his power. other markets! excepting; the far West. Fine Boating, Sailing, Gunningand
Yes, we may well repeat( that, General There I is every reason therefore to look
MAKING IT UNANI totI. Ilarri.Ou, more than any utliei President umn] bearing orange: groves a* a safe and1'3'lnlZ Fishing.
---- elected during the life of the Ke- Investment.;
General Harrison' more than anv oilier pnblic, ho mOle abundant cause for hap Many hardships' will have to be born DRESS GOODS Terms $Z:50: per day. Reasonable/ )

Preniilent elected during t the life of the pines by new beginners in bringing their Rates by Week or Month.
Republic, has -ause for uratulation. We shall watch the progress of events groves to maturity but if they start out
( Four years before the. Republican )party, under his administration with much interest with the right kind of fruit and l after Address !
Btroncly Intrenchwl behind every Fell but the Legislature of Florida has they have corn Into full bearing theycan'not Cnjtt. ir. Jt. laylor,
t ) ederal office under' the ... UII in advance not to be but reap profitable results. Notwithstanding .
led
government,
surprised _______________ Mang
e' ? by the jjn-atwit! living statesman;' went at anything. however start the heavy' crop of the
; down and put under mot' magnificent hog, that may happen.We present Benson, (aggregating; : nearly three Rates(2.50 and $3 per day I
t defeat. are prepared] for the uoextected.| !l.Suggestions million of boxe,) with tin exception ofa Fine Broadcloth (f pen All Year. t
This gave the Democratic party (con few who, hnve mill'MrM from delays' in __ Y
E 3, trol of the transportation, and fern
government and in like man tit the Atnerlonn !'.>- injudicious'
nerof all political turtles It shipment mad" .Inrill tho 1'14111"a
Ftratehtway 50 and 45 inches wide
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DtnluKlcul/: Hucl." ) LEAD
began to intrench itself behind the! buUwarks son in Juniurv And) fit a time Immediate
of the Federal iwrvicc. Four Introns *'- On picking up the last issue !of time I f-lo\ving]! the holiday. when' wet

?.) years of protp*iity and progress OCALA HANNKK I learned for the first .tislly: expect: | H .I"rt'roc.loll.| i (at whHi SOc. 90c. and '$1. WE .....................- -,
quickly glided by. Iiijhelwauty and thnoshinuentsshnald| :always. bu light' ) FoEiowl1X \
time of convention in CMUII, NEYER
,, fullness of strength it confidently Wan your now the results of the Pillt"11IItUllt ,provegenerally
to gird up its loins and the "man of den- which Hunt t te'ult in greatbeuetjts to its remunerative and. lIatillfact.lry. Worth from S1.7. to 52.25 ..._ _. _. _
tiny" wa selected' by a i-oimlar' unanim member In the way of increased knowledge M during the shipping season prior to
ity un paraded in political history' to lead by a frej inter: change: of thought) January and since' prices have been favorable I. COMH.ETEXKS.S' AND.. ..
it gain to victory. But, alas history and experii'iniand; which\ would have and remunerative for all shipment
repented I itself. UolUh was slain bv afforded( mi great pleuMne tll have been arriving sound condition. ALIJVOOIJ
David. Hen llarr'fton' did under advenm present and onpywd this H-a-t. 1 am There Is every eIlC0l1ra t.1.1tiht, also to .S .
and unfavorable) auditions! whnt BlAine Indiicpd to 1)II"tor! n few I'liitilt."tiollli, dirt+ifv the agricultural interest of Variety of Stock.
failed to do hacked' liy a |*rty in power' I trtiHt, they will i not be consi f 1f and aided by a whops army/ of Fedeinlofllreholden sumpluouo, K* they are ;glenued from anexH.'rience grow so great a number products. The ,
*. | of eighteen' years of continII.XH I' late experiments! in the culture of tobacco
Yes, General' llxtrirfon' has abundant bnwino-H. ;in handling; fruits and I cane, jute, and t Sisal i and also in improved 40 indies wide, .:
4 reason to .b- liMppy.llatdly other i>n>.!net- in the New York niiukot, cattl1 and stock jCtInt'r"Ih'.and, In Hood =& Nas-h.
'' had the Htnoke i>f (mule cleared It'll/a< Mhit.ers.| | in 'plantiii' nut truckcrops :forage; / iroM: all of which tend to in-
t 6 away' when n h.Mention, of or fruit nrchanl."ill. adapt, their sup- creaso, the home" (1IIIIn..r"'II! an-1 rutam a --_---- --- -- --------
prominent Alnltamlans, uipiiil\ >rof t iht* (P!ieM to th- \TrtntAHiid deinaii'ls of I tl.c. I Int: ,aiivHDt: "f nullify' h nm' that U 55c. .nord' Old fllin:. 1'11"'" 'Sloane, Ocala Fu
routed: DiMiiifriM'v, |l'r."h..1 ih>.Ill-elae| mitigate, any fict m r-- what t the, ni ikfts nowLent in tier :States; ; ', Its climate
at the home of the Pn..ltl"lIt..led111,1 inn.t t ,n.i, 'l must be of i iiiti-rex', \\illll"t ,.i, Iv h'lnit capital, Mi! immigration ,
pledged!) actvplmicv' of |Iii. "IM| )liuy Of i Ir"> therefure, to .those who ar. devoting! and gives it.1 iii"nop tect iflll." their lime and interests. in im|>plyingsMine. culture of carts truck! fur "u' Northern .
General JI\lri""n< would; b<> |HM"' (than markets, which I h..a never yet nor never Worth Sl.OO. ,
human were hi' unmindful and not I First a* to 'ir nge'4, the present seascjn will fail to command: almost fabulous -0-
.. moved In liHj'plnfMM' by l HiK'h event'. has 'leci-led "ni* tart beyond,. dispute rand I prices, when arriving in advance of all
Then in a spec h iMPmthe. Ann-ricHn that is some' other orange should be other "sections. & Retail 1
Protective Tariff League. in the city c.f this time in place+ of the I Much can bu said on the culture of
New York, Major Hanson, Macon: Oa Mandarin, a* there in Rutlicient now in I vegetable culture a' to the better varei- ----DEALERIXOCALA ____
a Democrat of great prominence i and rare hearing to mretall' demands the trade ties, what quantity, and when' to plant Special Inducements i in
intelligence' aiM eloquence, gave notice Title ....iJlllot be acceptable news' to thOMe'ho etc., so' as to reap most profitable results.
to the country (that henceforth and forever \\ }have. young mandarin groves coming Hut I will not take up the time of your lIanlware'ill' C 1 Groceries'
1 in Federal elections, his own party in bearing, but' is it not better for valuable body, at this writing, as the
policy to the contrary notwithstanding) them to face the stubborn fact 1\' once( ? subject is'! too lengthy to give it proper Our Clothing and
he would plant himself' squarely on the and those who intend ,planting to substitute ( consideration now. -
platform of protection"If some other orange. If you will Most! respectfully, yours
General Ilarriaoti l is not moved to allow me to name the mib.stitute I would G. S. PALMER. t ;:1 1 ,II FLORIDA
'tap pinesr by such wonderful trannforjnatlona place first a seedless orange. I will not, Shoe 3m 81 eat
Y as these. what more is necessary i (however, assume to name the particular Look out for the auction sale at Con. Department
to make him happy ? Hut even more I is variety as I am not sufficiently conversant don's store.
not wanting. with all the different names of the jewelry Palace
s., Quickly following, upon the heels. of seedless family but of the Ktataumma Drug Store !
Major IJan on'lI remarkable utterances, and Kt. Michaels I received some large
the Fruit Growers of Florida, in convention shipments during the gl I't) !in January ...........-1 I ; 1.I 1.-.......
assembled at Jacksonville puss, and when, f 1.75 to f2.50: could only l be ...............t I l1.h.I .............. C. Meioaner! 4 Ik 0.fil ---0--_ .
': ed resolution, by an almost unanimous realized for other bright fruit in lines, ... ...,.. .
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)'' in Congress to procure the pas for .these.. in lines. The Heedless Navalwe .SHA ( PEARS ) WHOLESALESRetail
saKe of A law protecting! the orange industry have: found e-jnnllv iaahle) except, :
;i of Florida.." e when growing to an immense size, and ..............................-..........-..... ...........-. .....
If a study of methods as well as of more inclined. to rust. The latter fault 1 -h HAS TRULY SAID 1 -AND--

tl maxims and markets" \ilt likely to Interest houever, may have been owing to thu ................ ..............................................-....... I
General Harrison he must In. locality, rather than the fruit. ; "Th?re I I. a Tide 'In the affairs" of men which, i -IF YOU WANT GOODS IN THE- I .Drugs !
deed be wonderfully Hut From the fact that the Heedless! : taken at Its ebb, tee t. on to fortune." i .
the half has a not vet been happy(told.man. I is certain to 1 be rich and lucious) orange, and! ...... .. .. : ; ................. i
AND NOW IS YOl'KCIUX,
To cap the climax the Democratic having but little fibre, its quality, therefore : KAP11 AT ONCE, I -Drug-Line- 0---

Legislature }Florida we tH'lIewithout: will always cause it to.command i ..........ANDT'IE:!( ..KCKTL'XE: : .18. ..YOURS.. :...... -ALL KINDS OFD
a dissenting or proht'tlng'ulCE''! adopt the attention' from the bent trade, and a!* ;. I. :. rI -
..J a resolution praying Congress! to "pro Mandarins', as well as Tangerine's differs ... ... I ... I OILS, STATIONERY :

per teat other standard the States"orange box to,a Industry lint(;:ainnt'amount, the of of"Florida pauper one dollar and la full neither of entirely both as inviting fibre this and causes respect 8t't..Js1 it, and being to its be flavor very unpopular 1! :::::::::LISTENMB. : : : ::::::: THE PLACE- TO AT-FIND THEMIS -AND-- TOILET

bor oranges of other countries t" | and is rejected by the consumer :. .. .. FANCY ARTICLESIn
Thus strangely ends the most eventful' ) generally the only redeeming", feature of I
campaign of recent years. Paul preach the former being the easy mode in 1. .--....-......................i........1............................. DR. DELOUEST Complete
ed and Apolloa watered but it required which it may bo prepared l for eating! i FOX ,HAS Jl'ST STARTED FOR TUE i Stock I IWniOHT
something more to .give the Increase and the beautiful high color of the latter !I NOETIERNIARKET' AND WILLBUv -W&41( Sums: l'ARE.- '
? Urn-ford's magnetic eloquence and tang's which will always ctuI't.the Tangerine {: ..........?...........A...."w'l1Al'PtN0"............ ... .-...BIG.................. *i -0---
profound logic were evanescent. as a to hold its own from the demand for =STOCK OF GOODS= \ UCALA I I t i i i FLORID W. handle none bl'u the Enest\ brands of

:r' fleeting summer cloud. They lacked. I decorative purposes on tables, fancy : ........................ ...................................... ."....' i 3m 31-88 ea4qlJ4rteN for Wall Paper and 1..11"11811 cfasra beeda
the power of bringing the Incrt'ILHe- fruit stands tic, but which demand will i ......................AM.....)..VK......"MVaT........HAVE............................. | A FUAZKn.
General Harrison has time to be in be limited. Hut there to be :
fore ducted into the office to which he has I limit to the demand for seems the seedless no . .............................. I PvBuo SQUUI I Oc4L.,1Wdami.
been elected, the policy he advocated : orange, and'after introducing; them to JVOOMTOrUTTHEM: ; : ti tiI >

and by which and through which ho Home' of our Ix'flt customers who after ;I A CHANCE TO 8UOW THEM ......... ............-..................-..-...... ... -TIiEOcala _
cl'Cthe and dint ingulshipg using few boxes of them have .
only a they
was great r ...... .
feature of the campaign) is rcc- been running to us co n tinuoely, during ] 1UE TO FELL THEM.QME t THE REDUCTION w wt '
.wognited.: accepted and adopt**!, by the the )>art month and havu been much i 8 f fI .1 ;;;:;; :::iJ e

whole body of tho Democratic legislature : annoyed because we could not supply MONEY TO PAY FOR THEM _...._................ ........_ .._....... s Depot !

of Florida. them. We fail to induce them to takoan.thlnJ : .----......-. .................M.............._........M......
of Florida has else substitute and Ho U xrui auytbiug In the N ij
The Democrats dealt : as a Halifax hive even I :: ,_.......you.... .:.,.. ........ ..........:.: I I _
with the Republican policy of "proteelion" reject a fanl'11ncllan or : _ro_ : OF STOCK i 0LARGEST-
the describes when the is equally
who toy with aa vice : poet good orange in every "ay quality,batthe seeoeweretht as : D1U:8d: t oolS, BLANKETS i .........-.........-i.....-.................:........................

those At, to ti tw a wourter hated nevdi or to but frightful to be mien seen,, objectionable I do not think feature.it possible For to that overstock reason ;1 ...............................CLOAKS...................HATS...... ...,.'.SHOES...............AND.......... I i ii MEANS: : GOODS.:AT'*...;*....*-*...._.... STOCK
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W. eras endure then euibrc" this or any other market with the seer!- i CTOTHINGOE ( * ..AND.............BELOW.... COST.
r Why. indeed should not General Harrison leas orange, which certainly bas been ----- ...........-........-- -ANILowest -
be happy. done with both Mandarins( and Tangerines ...._...._....- ........_- "' '
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Hut the world I is no stranger to sudden ( during the post two months, and i -i..TT. j = ---r--r1i I Prices !
i' and startling conversions, even now when the market has advanced --"I---
Paul fought against the church stun- generally on all fruits, and fair" ; ANYTHING IN OUR'LINK:"AT i Ot to7 Stow In southern }Florid
mooning not only the great powers of hiswonderful russets are selling at $2,50,) in lines 1was : i ._....._...__...._......._........_ -0
intellect in his determined just shown a line of Mandarins! that IVERYLO: :::: !] P IOE..S.:::: -.- --..- I. DODD T
crusade against it, but using also his were bought in sound! condition at 70 :.. PLACE ISRAEL, : OCALA, FLA
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physical strength against Ita bumble but (cents half boxe, and which is the bent : TT""VT"COME i i .. M on am IIlB1I.
waaconscious-stricken' evidence, that Mandarines arenot wanted i "A
devoted followers,
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e and converted in a single night aud became Must the. ro"ers. therefore, not adapt ; ---- -- i.1 f- I. J. BROKAW
the church's. strongest and most their supplies to the needs and! rive the i BENJAMIN i & FOX I-ts.- ,
zealous advocato.Oonatanatlne consumer what be demands, and Is willing ...-- --.-.-..-...-.........-.--.- -.U-l THE -
worshipping and consulting 1 to pay good pricen for? f MARION COUNTY NII&M
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al at the shrine of oracles seeing In' I would not discourage for a moment ==UFJ 11 {== --- -- --- -- SEKYJL1N.OF .
a vision a "darning cross," rUng the the planting of orange groves, as I have
heavens, bearing the inscription : "In great faith In the future of this industry, I M .FISHBL'S.,1 j -1-10"D8 .
this sign conquer," turned his back upon and I have never yet seen this market. TO TUE PUBLIO A

hU pagan gods, inscribed the sign of the even in its worst gluts when strictly Red Grocery. Magnolia street, .U ._.. ...... .... .... ....--- FI1fB LI10I
('1'Q' 8" upon the banners of his victorious fancy, thin skinned, Luscious Florida ; ; ; : NtYR8ERY' 8TOCJCoR'APB'i
legions, and by royal edict bad the oranges would not dud buyers and at the place to 1 buy your groceries. j,j OCALA, : : : : ; : FLOUDAJ VL1IfD A i I
entire ttoman empire in a body baptized remunerative price, and when the many 11. ZAOURUS Proprietor. .-..--
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nito the Christian faith thousand of young grovea now in the d Sldeclin T'- -1-ADDa(1djanlS2m

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will be au Exposition of rouiological: Horticultural and Agricultural product of Florida{ and her soils, timbers, woods minerals and live stock, aril in addition articles '
and products of general. interest from. all States and countries. !Entrj* is open to the world for the display of its products. No charge for entries nor : spare for the products; : or r ')
manufactures of Florida _
The United States Experimental Station for improvement and de\elopment of products indigenous to this section has been located contiguous to our exposition groundfeirWe
invite exhibits of all descriptions, particularly those pertaining to the arts, mechanics nnd'agriculturo: guaranteeing uniform courtesy to all exhibitors.



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bank. We hare special/acUities! for making Collections on all accessible point -OKHARDWARE-
We will extend every courtesy and favor to our customers consistent with safe ,
conking,and shall give prompt and'careful attention to all business,entrusted to ua -:BOARD 01" DIItECTORS.:-- "
We so ..t your BANK ACCOUNT and all business.In our Itnel and' F
guarantee entire satisfaction. ISO. DUNK, '.
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.. Ix Montln", t\4t who which can t ,
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Three Iolllb". 12xAduerlieing : : ::45 i begin to c mpare we are mating
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: .o' Their Statement Make Homebody SEE WHAT

Toll a Mr.CIICIKMATI.. .

Feb 11, lv>9. ''LL SELL[ YOU !
7b whom U may Concern:

; : We, the undersigned' do hereby notify rhlpi.nand 0 .. i;
i. friends In Florida, tbat the publication. in \ At; a trice;: that takes away the brea'h.That'; :: '
I ; the Palatka(weekly)X'rui. date Febniary" Int. and :i our pi me and w,' are plHjiugU! for all Itli I I
'' the Oealadally( ) lUNsmof sib, is worth Hood-thiit U'ar cxamlnatien:prices!
.. : February abase I that hear, compurlsoti t bargains that cau'{ be
fabrication from 1 ginning to fU" 1 he equalled anywhere et
( facts'are we rorvbcd two cars of oranges from 4 I : .I : : I

Dr:C; C,Harris, We ha 1 agreed with him to .,,1. 1 7OIiEL7STke
TaMe on bill of l lading, $1 |*rbox. On the first ; .
p cal,114 boxen,be drew for t:UK)through the Equitable
4, National hank, which was paid Iteccinbcr2Gtb --
? and we have the draft In our pofM,. lon
lie shipped another car of 275 taxes and drew CJ
t" for 20'.0. The car came hero In bad order X\e "
fi)! looked at the oranges in the car and as far as we Doala OoLftpaUrLYCORPOR1LTED
t, could see near the door they were in bail condition -
) some half rotten. We let the draft go back ]
and wrote to Dr. C. C. Harris the same day "that .
M' tbe car was In bad order some boxes half rotten," / ] '
and sent him f 1W on the cur, as we were afraidto
advance per box. We wrote this letter on -) (-
.}' January Mb. About\ the first of the next week a .

+% ; gentleman came In and stated he wanted to buy CAPITAL STOCK $500,000.00
20 boxes of oranges, but finally took 2 and ordered .
them sent to places the city. We charged 1
M Mi him 92.23' per box and repacked the two boxes.
The next day Dr (Harris( came In with Detective
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COMPANY Is now prepared to M>U 8tork,
Orannon and Introduced themselves.e went ", 'I"wI lots 41x113: feet from IIIJpwa.t and lo.
with them and proved that the oranges had been \ ...11, hV rated at the "t1'eet cJI sad" Oca'n.' Parties purrhfulng -
Y One Share Mock or One Hundred
$ .5'I i
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In to orders, and "
refrigerator car contrary
put a 't
; Dollars wiU be gnrn ten ronKinotitbti U>iJ09 fed.
t also prorbd by the yard muter that tbe car was '
:' For further "nicnlan call address
,.: p upon or
{ Our Mr Davldnon '&lIedthe
warm when opened. ( 4
Geo. S. Gtn'l
Mujo, Many.
yard man's attention to the car and showed 44,4 ,
him the condition of the car that it was In l>ad i\o.1 :Marion Block OC\UA FLA.
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order, This the man claimed he could not re
member when brought upjbr questioning, ai his
!,: ., admlMlon of this would have made the company wirfebWEIHE
liable for damages and also lout him his position,
; however, he admitted the car was warm and re
..,. membered of putting a man there to watch the --LEAD.JSTIlE--

car while the doors were le.t open to cool It down ... ... .
*We'givb1h clmbfJe'rs -un'o "tho"car In the -

s depot.soon as possible so they would get cool 1
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., Watell\\ Clock
as thy were quite warm. The ucxt day, January ", ".. fc '' oJvIiy
Pth, the oranges *ere hauled and. the worst ; f. r.: ,
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looking boxes mid and the best looking ones put .
In a cold warehouse we have so as to cool them
t and stop them from nittenlng. There were 80.boxes LINE!
"r m almost' tfto-thirds rotten which we rid
%+, for SI per box, and the patty who bought them -
A sold them for PS cents per box, at they were I -0-
worse than either of us expected.Y -
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a cam After to finding the store the and above gave facts Mr, llarrt at the"| memoran depot we A i'oWN''LOT i Repairing a Specialty.

dam tales of both can..Iar AI sold and showed" ,
; him what was'on' baud. He examined the Irul FOR i LOO K'ATOWNL.OTf! ? ;:: --0LOCATID -

and found some boxes In the lat car one-half I I -( ox Wasr Sing or SQUARE)-
totter as we reported' and said the only way he $25.00. !

could account for It was that the doon of the reF .-.....................-..-.........-..........- --.-...- amll-M
frtIe tJOr'-* ,. (left open in Montgomery Ala,

t waiting forte*and a rain cam up and wet the ...... LANDJTITLBS I I1
', .{ orange*near the door, making them rot. After PIHIsF1; = it iris THIRTY' DAYS II I
-I i i ii! OPEN) ii FOR U I! i! l ONLY II !
+i 'y looking at the memorandum sales and at the --.-...................-...--.-.-..........--i.-----.-.-.....----..-..--...--Nw.wNN-...r.. M..N.- :
: fruit, Dr.Harris said be*M satisfied everything
1 was square on out part. 'W* urged him to take THE BEACON & ADAMS
our books and examine every sale so he could
, And Out 1C b* was defrauded out of oa* cent- The first in the field New Semi-Tropical addition to the City of Ocala I Anderson's new addition ABSTRACT OOJCPAWT.mmmm .

.r (the was w*did not know It. This be refund adjoins the Semi-Tropical Exposition grounds. Three hundred lots now offered at $25 each, for thirty days WMmmmmi I -
b was satisfied and told us to close
do them, stating out soon* w* could and send sales and only. The property). w elevated and overlooks the city. South street is now being graded to the property. IS IHEPLACE 10 GET THE FACTS

; r balanc do hUll with sales and that be wouldf The proposed: dummy line," when completed, will add 100 per cent. to the value of every lot. Lots can be

t ship us another car U soon as w* advised it, ube paid for on the installment plan, desired. No commissions, no agents ; buy direct from owner. The editorof -1-

bad to go to St. Louis on business. We closet the BANNER will select lots for noa-residents. "Get in on the ground door." Plat can be Been at office of Omc, : i OCALA floors

r out the oranges and sent sales and draft for baianc12011rebnlary II. L. Anderson, or address II. L. Anderson Lock Box 125, Ocala, Fla.
; lit and wrote for another )a3Da:
S car,but we did not bear from the Doctor and
when we received the Falatka paper we at one E. B. RICHARDSON
.. wrote Dr Harris ..klnllf he bad anything to doS W. W. CONDON'S I INev THE OCALA HOUSE. -TBJ-!: ,-
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with the.report I w* look him to an honorable I -
t man and hated to think that b* bad anything Finest
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Livery
the r
City
t ; to do wWi th*publication. \ Jewelry Store I
4 a W* have witness to the above statement and -0-

k f.; will secure deposition and affidavits for sane Shines replete with everything. in
.:. showid It b*nusmary.to throw the muter In,the LEAOINGRALES8TABLn'h'n.
; his line. Call and examinefor of the
The
> Jt,: ." court ,On*Jbtag h ors wt will sift tie natterto LeadingHqtel City
S to the bottom and demand damages from the yourself. .

,'I.i." guilty{ parties very truly youra, Strings for :Musical Instrument. a GEORGE McKAY
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f P. mpM A DIVOTO. Specialty.All -AND-.
t r Work oa repaU of Clocks and, Watches ARCHITECT AND BUILDRR -
I '! Da,. Guaranteed. ,
UNSURPASSED IN APPOINTMENTS TO ANY IN THE STATE! '
.Ij All military oomp&nIN'competlnlr or Rhelnauor's Old Stand.DRS.G.H.&J.C.PER1NE. DKSIOJTB:; AND E5mMATE8Fumlsbed
"l', vUiting Ocala..and who ate in uniform ,d4cIII-am U
: ;' will be carried the round trip for one I o.A Appllemtlon
t : cent per mile on the F. R. A N. and J. ---0_

c. T. 'Y. 1" rnQ.RamuC&i
1 : orange and Btxtli .
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Inside and Out I I.r
I $ ( 'lJ ra.e4o"! tolen. Resident Dentists. Repainted OCALA, .

, If' 1 ;:i. La'ree cow, with a two-weeks-old bull MKRCHAim'IfATIOHAL:BlinC BOILOtiro j 'r FLORltLAJ1 811

( calf. Both ears cropped. The animal is OCALA, FLOBIDA.

t half Jersey, half Ayreshire i and foimer. Ill branches TtMtkt' flll 4pnaenrsA. ... 8XOWDEN 4 McFARLANE
..\ I ly tho prop rt* pf&ft; hoc d rlr! RooU and aodwitlt oreeUU or gold THOROUGHLY WITH ELEGANT FURNITURE ,
i 'a. QmngI' UkW Su W te rewtrlw.H'r test_. ArtiO talBt stTomon*root Ii SO a fail set. .' REFUTED -DIALKEI III-
eon Vtotly im-etae dentistry at moderat prlo**.
r U given for her 'i4-turn to owner: >t. Ii
TOOT rowDia' a .a.UT ALL KINDS
t Harris, Banner optics! td I OF FURNITURE

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For Sale, -0-

t J" 't Devonshire also one new Not that Kind of Ponlw. CROQUET GROUNDS TIllY ;xxrtra lnplCnox
y One fine BEAUTIFUL UWNS AND O. friar :corm
SKI' doable surrey. Upset. cowl e. One! new Mr. J. W. Pearson desire the public _-....- -....i t. ,eropt arrD Low tutart... .
, l top aide bar bogsy one new Horace know that the Texas iwiie* he has for .. .4(1. I ,,1 f. '. tan tia6' .
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", Johnson spindle anJ{one,new two wheel stale are not the"bucklnu" kind that are, ..(-: \, ; I t11II0e,1'. OAST, k[. D ,
t ,, road cart; also one pair well matched awn on the, sheets of O ", medium tlied-Vounj male and leyerardrtvin 'riders the greed bounce act. In aeadin -
>4 good and work horses, also several hem through the air like a dimrbarxtdrock Foa TUMS ApPLY TO : : : : 1. M. THAYER, UAIAQI nntcau as11pieloM.
excellent saddle poni for sale at ft. The kind be sells area* gentle ltooru
... low Prices for cash. E.RooT as dovea, and warranted aoand of limbaad OCALA, FLOWDA. Agsew 8 O&r'J"1 J oek, ocALA.D .
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