The Ocala banner
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Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala daily banner
Daily banner
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Banner Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Ocala Marion County Fla
Creation Date: March 1, 1889
Publication Date: 1883-
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
daily (except sunday)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
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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BUDGET OF HOME NEWS Regular Council Meeting. A ))rll htrlt Tarty. Hotel Arrival. CITY & ('OUXTDIRECTORY.\"

e Among the jUt'5I/1at the Ocala House MONTEZI-MA HOTKU Feb. 2v-$.-T. W.
.;1' Present Jno. F. Dunn council 1
Wilson and David" Apopka, Fla. W. H. Kendrick,
qt.. J. Row J. T. Lancaster today. are Mr. Thomas ; i
da : : C. L. )iIfl ifERCitT Editor. Aldermen) A. ell.
(/ wife, Miss b'l'l"illH1, Miss Anna- State at largo ; II. I Anderson" city ; P.H. ,
I. 11.V. Chandler and E.
E. Root .
: Watkins and) Buyer Jacksonville\ B. H. Hvvward, CITY OFFICERS
belle\ Wilson Miss!' Maggie ;
-f Go to Sand't8' and box of 5-cent G. mith. .lleent,1-. Agnew, Israel ,
:. i get a
:Miss Julia Onderach. of Cleveland; Dr. Savannah ; John R. Cohant and wife, MajorDr. Ihi*, l I" (juryrks
cIgars for $1. Brown and Charles" Marshall. > .
: I. \ |1IIIIh.'k.
Master J. RislovConant
Miss Helen Couant
,J 'I' .- The following bills were load and referred M. G. Furlong, wife and child, ofor.- M"l'IIh.I-4'. K.: Hull.
,,. w r Next week promises to be the biggest to the finance committee walk. Ohio and Mr. A. \\'. Thomson! of Gardner :Mass.; R. H. Itess, Evinston : .lIt'.torF. 1'\ lUH.IWHI.
i*'*?,time in the history of Ocala. S L Cleveland service ki,5o ; George Philadelphia. This is the party, of }.Fla.; F. I. :Mansfield, Boston ; I'. H.'Vihut'r.til.lIorlltio T"'IIfC'r-R.A'IItt'fl..rM..h''r.( :K. sftimilcu.rnkldont \ i
S. M. D.
in these columns ,
whom mention made
Gallman. (8.75, Arthur William, f 8 75 was of i'1'IInf'II-JI1'. F. Dunn!
rA John Templeton in an old Ocala raT or. some days ago, as taking tour of Apopka, Fla.; W. J. Dalwell and wife, 1 IVwnldl Al.lrnu-ii--J. K.W. Aifnt*.
f i'he. He always a crowded house.f July Brown: J-S.75, all special police service South Florida under the gentle" care and Atlanta, Ga.; Miss Byrne.. Baltimore ; J. T. l.eneaste'r I: John:: ; : .v.'It"t:; !:: l: 't
y ; draws ; C. B. Capers, scnveniif and lamp skill :JI] guidance of Capt. William H.Kendriek I' G. Moor, New Orh'tln8.0.; :: baU."Smith "' w. rhetedkr> I. |Itruwuemit wuMaf
for 173.00
lighting January, sameamount j
I Don't miss the auction sale tonight. for February Pleas Signs, for the best posted man in Floii- Jacksonville. Sanitary Imi i>o('&.>r- \V. T. Kin\ *. jI
+/ ; da on Florida matters. The |party went" Ot.tLA lIon, Mar 1.-Thomas Wilson COUNTY I
i ; 1'Our good brothers of the church will hur'illIlIJllul'er| < $2.00; W. P. Trantham, OFFICERS.
: as far :South: as Fort Myers, and wen and wife, MisH Clara Cannon, Miss
please bring in their notices to-morrow by rent of tire engine houn1, for January, f'ounty .liKltfKi.. hunt MiK'onathy., \
u 'J.' delighted with the trip and Captain Mabel Wilson Miss Annabello! Wilson I'ounty rlt'tk t>. A. Miller.
:..' o'clock if possible.I If $12.5() ; same for February ; ( E. Ball Watkins Miss Julia Ondo- S-horltf-K. .
y : .1 Wilson says that the climate is so delightful ) Miss Maggie : T \\lllUiu
J. K. MoorheaJ:
cleaning streets, $11.75 .
-- ; AMllr-J. C M..lht'\u.
r that lie tlnds it diilkult to tear rash, Cleveland, Ohio Annie Wilson.
;; '', -. .The District Conference of the Stew- surveying..18.1 T 5, setting irradejH'gs.' $: .">0; ; Coltix-tor liT" mni iin, ritra
c himself it business is A. W. Thompson, Clarence B. Moore,
from though Tne'esatn'rS.1'i: \ \lee,
; away I'gr
'arda of the Methodist I \ D. E. Mclver $3.00 '
I Church
E.I E. Episcopal burying jumper, ;
r&" urging him home. attain Wilson d A. Walker, Philadelphia.".; Rev. Sui rlntfii.lont I .>f Public trucU.m-M U
; :; ; .South, is in progress. electric lights" in city market for two fine } of land in Citrus bert )Mann Jr., Newark, N. J. Mr. and I'aynv, Klcmlnnum. "Wl
____ owns a hotly coun ; : ;
: 'IO'W"h.
i'onnty I
4 months" ending February 9, 1M !H. $li.:'O ; (4>nimUi< W. Long, VV. p.
Pedro11 the name of a new post-office four electric lights on "square anti balanceof ty. t"'l'ntR'r8 of which was Mrs. John C. Day, lr.111I1Inc.: Georgo Trantham M. II. Rou, F. d. iv-rrtn, W. I'. Witllaniwin. -
\ miles lIl'lOl1t to an under the I D. HO l'nc.o.'lrk, N. J.; Arthur M.Mitchell. 1. .
}'t' five : west of Summerfield in the February in market, total f44XU E. orange prove ,
; Tho I'ounty 1"mlUl""lnIlUs mart the rtr t Monitar
direction of Captain Kendrick last sum {. H. A. Hodges." New York ; W. -
: Peter Perry neighborhood. L. Root tilling 5
H. niontli
: in Orange street, > ; luovrry
Dublin) Kobinwon \ vaults mer. Webb, Win. (Oilman, Henry Williams, WI'ho..llkl/\.t-JI'. K Haute !I. \Vartmftiin..
U y: Our reporter caught a glimpse of they cleaning" privy After tarrying awhile here, and feasting Henry Williams" Jr., Baltimore, Md.; M. f. MINKT A. It. Ii.1'1 Itlll. I' ,I.. DurlHoo. .
T. W. Harris, 400 circulars
handsome face and figure! of Mr. Frank $1.25 ; Proclamation.printing ( 1 on the splendid fare of the Ocala Mrs Gillman I H. Perkins, Miss Perkins I 8oh>literal me ct5 firet Moji.Uy In every month.
of $2.50
I Mayor's : ;
t Morgan, on our streets today.i in House, the party will\ visit Blue Springs Rochester N.; 1'J.; A. Ilanson, Mrs J. COUNTY HOARD OK HEALTH.
.., Rosina Davis, feeding: I prisoners guardhouse '
} \ and the stiect. $tM; ) Pleas and the Witlacoochie their possessJDS A.Hanson. Lcesburg, .; 11. 1't(' lth'lIt-lir. T. t I'. Uarys ; .
tl Don't miss the auction sale to-night. on I ; in Citrus Capt. Wilson!' who is' Kelly and wife, Minn.; :Mrs T. I. Reynolds "s t IAr-4'AI't K. II. Kte'hanle.n., |
1fl t. Sims, for cleaning ditches' on Orange,.: at the head of the party, says'\ 'that Florida \\"al'r"nlll' Miss.: : Dr. M. (i. Fur. MomlM-ri-Iir. t II. A. !Smith .\lItI", "), tJlivwrt.

: A fine diamond ring valued at $35.00, street. J4.50 ; last two biltawereorderedpaid is" destined! to I- a great and populous long, MI'!!. Furlong and child, Norwalk, M.S. MnnrraiKl D. II. Irrln

.r;s t J! was one of the bargains at Condon's sale without reference ; E. W. Agnew State. That its climate ita wealth.Don't N. J.; Gcorgo, ) Robinson, Brookl 'n, N. Y,; HOARD OK TRADE ;
'f., i). last night: -it brought 0.00.. Co., for articles furnished during the yel ----- George \\'. Jalho' S. C., >Ir. and Mrs. M. I'mliltMit I'ni.l.'iit.1.( K. Dunn.VU'o A. Weathers ,
l )V !M ii.laVUthern!
!.t.f: ; lofl"'t'r period. ti' ) miss the auction sale to-night.}
Meyerson, Jacksonville, Fla.; W. S.DavU SiTrt'lnryV m. Fot.
: ", Capt. C. F. Adams, a whilom citizen of Railroad hauling) lime nuk for paving. and wife, Galvcston, Texas ; C. I F. lt.wrdoftnveruure'-; : Man, Jr., O. iKholuauor -

1'\ Ocala, but now of the tropolis, was streets $150' ordered p.iid without reference Drawing Them In from all Direction Adams, Jacksonville, Fla.; I D. E.: (Potter Jno K.lIt:: J,, II Livingston, It" :A.
"ri' '. & Br.. for articles W rathe. VV end ti. VV. Mooily.
the list of arrivals yesterday ; ( Rheinaner *.
among city ; J. A, Harris, Cilra, Fla.; George; II.
furnished during the yellow fever period The Mount Don items in the TavaresJkoild Spencer: St. August!no, ASSOCIA-

;1' Ocala is to have another convention. $142.yo: ) : Jno. Bierman. complaining of of February 2Mb! contains the --- --- liii.- TION.

,I t. The druggists. will hold their second annual Mrs. Wallace's! fence heir; Nome thirty following which will ir>teiet many of "Y" don't you call on \'" the jeweler.diSfcbtd T'resl Meut-. II. VVllmrrVUt .

L ; r meeting in Ocala on April 16th.Don't feet in street, referred to street committee our readers and will see what the Exposition rn-aMrnt-KI: Iktuu..nt.Hovutary .
) and Trriniircr+, .-Umli Fox.Uoanlot .
.t\ R. R. !Snowden asked to be relievedof
; doing for Ocala .
I is! :
..t ; miss the auction pale to-night. his l honll. a* special! custodian, of certain I A number of our citizens visited the The Meet Grocery, Magnolia street, is !,hl''''', I. llr III-rI./1-'' n, VI i-ti.l l I. T" A.I aneanter.K. 1I\lout.llI IiHUfHt, D.*

:''\1 city funds, also ailed attention to I exposition' at Ocala last week. They place to buy your grocvrtes.II ,. Zitcharla amid K. A. llurfoni. .
and Miss Nelson who have
I". Mrs. Wray Mrs. Donal Mclver, departed the importanc making al'pn'prialion14for were delighted with the city, and wit it Z.U'llAIUAH: Proprietor.the OCALA RIFLES.

hewn visiting street fund 1. special! 'MceiiNes, etc. I the display., Ir.-;. J. Klil ham, our d 31dcclm ('I'I.III-4ll'>. A. Niuh
4 for their home in Columbia, 8. C., The of marslul nod clerk for : Strut l.lriiU-naiit-K., II MiConnrll.ts .
jolly blacksmith was so well pleased
yesterday. Magnolia Nursery. > .ni.| Uriitrnaii-r. K: Ullllnnn.Kurty .
January, was refused.! I with Ocala and its business! outlook that MrinlxTm.; ,
Only one case in the i police court this Tax (lOok of 1888 submitted, and asked he contemplate removing his shop) and The &finest 1 anti best variety of orange FIRE COMPANY.

K'* morning, viz : Albert Jackson, for that a levy be made, for which special : stock there within short time trees for the least\ money, to be had of ('hld-T. D 1..1II..te.r.

j fighting. He was permitted to departby meeting was ordered in fir February I And the following i is from the Mascot J. W.AF. WAITK I ,, Kurt-inan-Maurice Khelimiirr d
w8febtd. Belleview Fla.Htracil Kln-l talil-1A'III.I V'olk8o
28th. ,
and I :
$2 trimmings. items
paying : Treasurers report for January. submit Tidd Bros" of this place will move to or Htolen.Ijirgo -J. 11. MeiietbTwenty11vo '
:Mr. Don Mclver hp"j moved his marble 01'111011 March 1 1Ve regret to have lueinVi',... l'i:
t '
I yard from OPl'081te' tike Florida South'ern ted.J.. E Gaskfll was apiminted sanitary them 'go, as they were good: citizens, as cow, with a two-weekb-old bull HOOK AND LADDER COMI'ANY.I'n'stdetd c

t passenger depot to lot in rear of lied inspector' at a salary of I1.MM) per month. well! as active fiusi ness men. Our IOSH calf. Both Bare ('rol'lll"1.| The animal is -Abram I'almvr.

Grocery store, Magnolia street.R. Resolution of January H amended> will be O'al&'ein.: \. half Jersey, half Ayreshiru and formerly t"orl'I1"Ilib llrnli.AulHtaiit .
I the property of I'-apt. Keep, deceased, \\ ills !Klihar lM
to read building of side walks on < >n.
I R.O as Among its locals is the following :
I A. Amolf tte, the claronetist, will both sides of Magnolia and :outh streets. Albion llewettleft hnrnlav, on Orange. Like Suitable rl'ar.l"I\ 1'""III)' nifintirra.,

i play several solos at the sacred concert The !street committee via to leqntre for Ocala, wheru he on has entered morning the lie given for her return to owner, F. )l:: TULULA LODGE, NO. ai, 1. O. O. K.

!Sunday in the Exposition building\ all railroads running throu.''i the city to music(' house of Brewer ," Co. Harris, Banner ullil'('. td (Merit every Tuesday evenliiK]
which alone will be worth more than -- --- -- W. II. rtmlllr. N. U.VV .
make rock crossings full width of slui-ts, i
Not thnt Klnit of 1'onlcM.Mr. .
the price of admission all Don't miss the auction sale I M. 1'htllq., Hwri-tary.
walks .
with at crossings.It tonight J. W. Pearson! desires, the publicto All vlillliiK brotbvn corllnlly luvllol.OCALA .

[ Over :))Ol people were turned away was ordered that 35 cents per who tree II. N.-IllMUUNG lllfAl). know that the Texan ponies he has for I CHAPTER NO. 13 R. A. M.

.a from the auction sale at Condon's last b#! allowed every property owner sale are not the 'bucking": kind that are (kola Chapter. No. 1:1.: K A. M. Convocation

night, being unable to gain admittance. shall set out shade trees along the sidewalk Ito seen on the street of (k'ala, giving their : Ural Monday night In et cry, month.
adjoining. ; their property, and MOle We are pantlie \ the II. W. 1.0". II. 1""".
will be provided to-night. riders the (bounce, in
t More space! grand act, sendingthem J. s. KRAZKK, secretary.TRAVPLER'S.
amount to be credited to them, when dent of the 11"4)Ilf'lIth'lIwlI., which occurred
at 7.-30: sharp. the air like
Sale dischargedrocket.
commences n I ----
trees are found living and grow inc. at ln. hence in this city at 11
The kind ho sells : GUIDE
i arc 1\4 gentleas
t Forty-two solid gold watches were It wax recommended, that E. W. Agnew o'clock.\ Mr. Reiid.nt: had been a (long doves, and warrantetl, Hound. of limb I

sold at Condon's jewelry store last night, iv; ('0. should\ pay Richard Dii'kens sufferer from chronic. dysentery, which and w 111'1.'I 1..h},l3 d-wt t6 i Schedule of the S. S. O. & 0. R R.
and still slow drones complain, hard for, removal of brick and e lumber nil'! he contracted in the, aflll\'. He came to
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times and "scarcity of money. If you lic square, belonging to said firm. Florida aUnit twelve tears ago mainly llnrfn Ockluvvahu ulcer "KteiiinerH. Lave ivala for Dunnrllon....",.....?? U'jo *. M.

don't believe it step in and bee for your Committee reported favorabe on tire on aceouemt'if Ins health and while he Barb,,' tkkh\\\/ta, }, .."./tUlt'rli h.ft'lI'". Keturnliiir at.........? ft.u r. M. r
t ordinance. extending tire limit one blo k was not restored) to his wonted vigor, latkn for the Oik, iwaha, and "MlverSjiritiirH 14'areiH'Mla for liuuwmiaae .t........_.._. fl.! :.' 1'. II.I. .

self.The further tan; it now exists! ; also to his. life was no do'ilit, piolongcd several daily uuday. at ten ((10)) .F. C. a P. R. R, (Old .F. K. & N. Line.)
Belleview Blade written of the two 28'h column con. remedy .1.< feet of lamp lighting: and scavenger years, and until a week ago he was o,clock .,. in.-returning, tease Silver I. Schedule.
tains splendidly work as now done. enough to his usual
strong avocations.
discriptive! artii-le on our Exposition.We | One hundred. dollars appropriated to pursue SiiringH' :: uily except' Monday) on arrivalof I Night MtM'nrir u-trtb tioninl._..1041 p. n.
of the to train from Ocala which in' due OlEJ: n.in. !Night is.w'netrrasmeh iMiumt ........_.....3.\i\ ..rll.|
want all portions county build side walks where owners Mr.1 Redding i excellent! ? .. ...
Ne property was' a quiet 11. 1.. HAKT.whfeb2m tn'hillt ......_.-1.\1',11. Y''I
take the same interest in it that Belle- have failed to comply with existing) law. citizen and hit death will be mourned :: J. S. FKA/LK" .: Agent.Iiltirury ) /1"11111 1111"1'11'' .

view does. The following bills were ordered paid: by a Urge circle of friends! and acquaintance '
'' s-iiKor' arrives I In ik'ala l 9,07 .
St.--Clair---Steven of Pen- Caper! $fit 75 ; Trantham, "2.5(1 ; :-;, lie 1 leaves widow and one son and' Mu.h'-; linlcrluliiinent. : I I '! "........?._?..ll K> A r. M a..

Mr. Horace Florida Crown, *:2.50: ) : tieorge Morton: tl.ClO: < ) ; to whom the sympathy of our entire y'llh'( ._, 1.15 A. M.(5'4n .

neyton N. H., brought to J. H. Jones! tUMH( ) ; I' H. DukeH, $15.00( ; community Ill) out in their tcvein aliliction. '. Mood.w! : evening. :glare :(rd.1 .it Mm*'' : .'. nallMnith.. \ b"'iixl. .... ....? .. 1.11 p. M.
)h through reading the BANNER has beau purchased Please Sims! :H .0 ; I. 1)) Israel $4.85 ; X. \ denV llxll I half of ilm |l'rtK.t"l" 'Our t It."- mirth' i t.Mwd|..... .._.,. 1,11 p. M'Joeca

of Mr. Uworge Wallace his Crown, t3, .OJ( ( ; Richard Ellis! 75 cents ; I etitof (lirnit: 1.IIi ix< iu>ul chun) :Miudcysc'liool. S. Fsttaa.

tiful ten acre grove on Orange' avenue, C. Rheinauerft Mro.. ittI3( ; Mrs. F. R.Jarv I Another "Hitlr. .l Ir. .lohn! Kiel m rd Meuder, arising bt!. 1'IIII"'n''l1t.g ,

for w hich he paid $.iOIM). ( H.fMuah: ; ; Tavlor, $1.50} ; Florida I The advertisement of Messrs. Thaj'er, \ young\ j"'iirn>iliit, eat' ,I HII I dialect The K. 3, K. K Time' Table f

Don't miss the auction sale to-night. Southern I Railroad Coinpanvl.'>OOO( ; I HaiMley A: Co., is still bringing; rich fruits. render, will give Horne, of hi* inimiUiolereadings ".HIM' .."..)I' !1'141
1I.C'.Jnnl't.:101!:: ( > H. S. irant. ;$s..uO( S. : Among the list of lands advertised, l wasa .IHSIMLM, the best local( musical
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Mr.Thomas Names of Shady iirove. J R: Binl...y iv: c'u.. $.)).((10.; Mr. 1It Gary, I tract of 3
of the most solid and "progressive H.-JIII< ) ; Rosiua DavisI I > 6.iO.. : land lying in Cotton Plant district" ) prcjiared' J to enjoy it. AiliiiisHion Freight.. .. ..., ... ......_..._ .
one ........ .....ai'n.Atee..
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men of the county, says that he would Fotiniary "Htli. struck the eye of a New Yorker! and _:1('. "Fel"i')1'1.| 4

not mis*. seeing the Semi Tropical .:x.poaitbn Sithoutse'eimigthee" ) land wrote ,down to siiiuiri"H" HAM:. l'"IITII a'C5K

for fifty dollars. It is a grand Present, Dunn, president, Aldermen make) out and send deed C'. II d., \\ ilhontdelav. I'eew'nLtlarrlvtslutc.la.\: ., .! .... .....,.._ 7.1M.
Lancaster U-iwell. Agiie' .Chandl-r and a ........__t 1. IIP. M. 3
the ITNOEIlM= 1) ill VIKlt'K OK EXKTU- .. ..
exhibition, a -- -- ( V..s r
citizen of the smith. Al"n'. Hrown and :Marshall. (j lion Irsmieeloutuf the rJrcull <:Olin In and ? .. ', ..... a.w.
but to the State. E\'l'r' Alderman\ lj ncaster otlered" l resoln- The fernpletons will give: the iHipular for JUriim cxjutit) In a rt-rtnln CAUM-, whrrvlnMAKVIN. _..... .iLtN A. M .
county should at least see the exhibition a p'.ayof"M.'eetle"tahighttlu'! ; ehika i do" I.AMvIl A ro are UlntlB' aud
tion which was unanin'ou ly ailnpted, afternoon and Olivette" (iY.U. II. IVI.l-K and (,!;0, 1 I' TY1.KU. exegwa| Hinairi"H: HAM:.
once. __ .. ____ __ tomorrow toIrtirrow ,
requiring assessor to tax ill real and) per liiX the linn of uho l! TVI.J.K A < it., re.t-
We regret to learn that Fred T. Harris! fl/nall'rol'erty' within ('it. limits, according niglit.) The T. mp eronn have a 'elldall.. I 1..11I..11 at imtilUoutcry, during the /n U* are,," OH, tyut J w li.U (Anna q/Fkx41<,. }
r// '-"SOB n""I..If'f1|| l IY l teal( hours to the blKhvul M.IJ..r l fur caul], onoM"nday .
formerly i herald I typo| now foremanin to law and I when DC'iipleteJ'' : to present any companyrk M ITMH ()>*'Jv, In "yuterrry. a \"
the o'tlice; of the flur'ula li(;it Mifnett same to council forapprovul,,! ami do o I March tth, IMHU, .
will be to take a IK- lame U-lii|( a Irgal talc! i1ijr In front of the w. j. gprBR:M>x_n. H. ;. YRYCiL:
at Ocala obliged the work asepeedy as possible.
Hirt-lioiiMi dix.r. In train I Martian county, ria..
rest on account of impaired vision.7aturrt .- Adjourned. n li. (uliowliiK rt-al proirtjr nosh By VIHTUK Or A FINAL DBfJUH: IN TIIE
uI Herald. rORIEft/'OS/JEN78 One uiiveUU ol cauw, tUuxl Jauiia/y l nh,
wealth of bloom o ,. eath n !:t. t..II.hlp. U. range III "...,. IHHV I will tell before the GMirt-hoeeae'4ajr In the ,
We glad that the I Don't miss the auction sale to niglit.!
are AL2 l one unJlvUlwl! tbrre./uarkrb.tertsu In an tow n of l trala, onMomUy "
of the orange groves and I the splendid! l Ran AVw iitjlvhlnl one.outirtvr Inun-d I N. E. of N. March 1th A. D. IHHO ,
display at our Semi-Tropical Kxjmaitlon. .\ Card. or York.Rational Mati kMtloii .t>. towmiwhtp U. ,ur raiiK'J; .ad.: the followln l dewe riiwl |psra.imial property, lo-wll:
ion. Bank of Rtu'tJnMht mntvlesl. Un l<> satisfy mild! *.<.< utlon and ci_u.Ktbruary dim dark hay mar about I ten yean old, uanuyt
has restored l Freda iml'aire.1'i Dr. R W. Hartley" eye and! ear surgeon LwtLtrilU nrTHE I. IMa K: T Wl ILLU MJ4.I. "Mallle." riria anrrel* Inane ab>Mil ten years nil r Ii i
and late professor of dWaMft of the eye t a 2-I.I wJ "hvlltr Martin J11UtJ'' name"Kate," one dark winch majti about nluyean '
Sanitary Inspector i iI old o.inwl 'u Cue' aornl suit'!
Mr. J. E. la-kill. ia r
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in the Medical
and ear Indianapolis :
of the city lie I r "5111:1111'1"11' : HAI.I:. oils sorrel i liorwi colt; ; brown uiare sulk anal
is inspection
making (Vill've; also Assistant !Burgeon in the\ 1 twenty hal) of utor-k cattle mild property being
that d.iring the months of August midi to satisfy. mild decree and
reports Illinois Eye and) Ear Infirmary, and AH- "m' VIKll ANKXU'fTIOS: ixtiUKDOUT cast
and September" of lat year he made Distant Surgeon in the Chicag" Eye and l -ir vi tj O ot tier.'1" till (:eunmitadurMarion, rouiitr, January:i.1J ill, 1'111+7. Sheriff K. T. WILLIAM' 1,1 r

daily round of. :he entire city and only Far ('aafege!l will In- in 4 1<'81a un the : Vh.Ifith 1 iHorl.1./ on Iii. Ut day of "'"I.ruarrl" l> Iwj' .___ Marlon,(X uuiy I'la.I. -.a, .
found of sickness: and they Vt real iii H. A. SMITH. .ii I'lalntllf, and ('. I.. '
two caseb and.I 17th days of Mar 'h. for I'> -
1 I.
,IHMJVKK a'' '1 ".VA" lliM.VKK are di-ini'l-
bf K
r. were not sick enough to take their l. irr-o-o "f treating any diw-a-es of tie Jews DeDot I iauu. I have it %I"-<1 ul'| '>ri mwi will mill at public JJBROKAW,,
\ He thinks that WAS a pretty "'OIlllu"alth! awl t'j1r ; chrome' ware even treat.-'I I -Dr (.niu-ry W. Ibr hixhr.t bld.I". ,. for rash. before the
We Ocala will Ltt able to eye t''hurt house record. hop for this. and. cure-l without the" nof cal"'i rid., on THE MARION COUNTY NURSKUYMAN. 10"

uaintain as good bill of health lie also has a full line of glasses of ;U: e -0JEST-- M on lUy. March llh. A.1). 1HMO, ftj

)rear.Don't. __ and I tit that f ,
t.6t quality, can any (was below, the tire Monday the following dmrltei! ''cli
the auction sale to-night. can be fitted with glasses' and at reasonable real estate. ua.wit -1-1orrzua r
miss "
prices. Consultation free. Omce at ; STOCK TIIK vi Coiumeiu-liif at point' forty MiU weal>< N. E. ,
Hotel. Circumstance corner or d. w 1 J4of Mstl"jii4, township 14. range TO TUB POliUO A run: LIRE
r R.v" G. A. Hough, who M acceptably Montezuma over Zi rant. ruiiulvK waith 77 frt-l Ibeor rut to line Or i_.
tjed the Presbyterian pulpit in this city which Dr. Bartly had no control (prevented of K. K. :1I'I&K. K.; tbcucc In nonbwntcrlrdirection STOCK-ORAPC
i north Una of railroad U> north1IH40IH.
him filling his former appoint -A.M -- VUfa.A BPCIAUTT.djanl52oi .
I last year, bat has since accepted a tall In Jilt- W U; lb.nc. west to plafw. of l KloDlnv. ,
North Carollnia, Is back among us on a ment, but there will be no further I .aantalmicuaaveacres.: E.lM WILL!A MB, -later

abort risit. apointiiit| dldelwltcI )st Prices Ilion I DR.OCALA :a-I-t b ; County Al n Anttooy Fl*.

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HJk! MOlllh,,. -lv' Iy .. : -=- I 61 N ...... s ..... i 1 !for thoU polite who blow about prices which mat cant ,
> : '""i n ta Gcgtnto! C. maarewith the prices'we ate ;
and you'11
STRAY BITS.: -- S. 0 i, ing.....-Just.......come..........and....-get.. .our......figures." .... .._ I
#y Oregon has probably doubled her
popok-- OPEN
tlon during the last ten years I .

A Chlnew dealer In Fresno was sent to Jau a'
for eight days for plucking a live turkey. : YOUR
3,000,000 was invested In roller skat -
Ing rinks during the crate and most of h 1
proved a total loss. EYES a

upwards The number of SS.ejOO of streets In London Is now '.. ........ ... ...._ __
t at the rate of 800 per, year new Onc4 are added 1} S I Th.b;;:; ; ;;want s; wide awake elimination
of our pKi.li. They'll bear 'm-pwlkin- ;
? When the last Indian census wa" taken r I eye., ,pect.('1.'! fl' .' there were 131.000 I..pen In Urltlllb India, \7 game used. to be "open your mouth and" W!. l\\
100.000 them'being males. your e j nett nee w hat I'll send you.
p and ,
The school fund of Texas Is so large that at MY.kit: .eyes. .open. ........M......." .... ,
the end of the school year July I, there was
'r a surplus of |A NJ.IIJU< on hand. SEE WHAT ROWELL

e A new volcano Is reported from Huiinongulllo -
district Tobn. co. which is spouting
i forth large struams of red water 'LL SELL YOU !

One out of every live school children lo 1 O.S .. .
Philadelphia obliged to wear glasses and \ hk :
the : At a price! sway the breath .
rapidly Increasing i i Iarnit| for t.I i ,
our tame and we are i> ;
Mobile has a tOOGSlapproprtatluu for her I worth. Good. *that Uar exatnlnatlen; f"j "
} harbor, and the largest ocean venheU will by I that tear compariioa ; bargains that

and by be enabled lie at her wuarvra. i equalled..anywhere. : ,.at. (..._M..M..._ I j .i..

1 The football team at Durham N C., has OJA
had powerful electric lights suniculuI| over ROWELLS. \ .
its ground and pruwiaea| to play evening
gaxne.'t -
: Old boots ana shoes, steamed to a pulp are
now converted Into the !soft, tarnjiod, orna
mental l-athei o popular for artistiu book
r binding TIle Ocala OonjpanjjFIYCORPOR1ITED

The London !Metropolitan Hoard of Works :j j1
p> 0ls| >ree1 to ulll1lul| nearly t2, xtJ,000: In widening
three thoroughfares of secondary
portance. ]

The French mare flaisantcrle. wbo won /SS
the Cambridgeshire and Czarewitch three -) (- !

years ago, ""11 sold to Blr Tatton 8j kes at
Chantilly for I'a.WU.:: CAPITAL STOCK $500,000.00

It is said very authoritatively! that the
Russian war preparations are constantly increating j (v .
o. a noticeable movement being the / ,: I f
SS; 1 Victualing of Warsaw to stand a siege. 4 mills COMPANY now prepared to fell Stork\ ,
j ..L or lot ixliiO< feet from flu upnirds. and located "
+ Every French bank has n photograph of at the "West Lnd" (teals. Parties purchasing "
every ernploj, and in the case of the more One Share of Stock of One Hundred ,
responsible ones they are under the surv ell- J Dollar will be give ire tonttgwut tots WilOO feet. \\1

jr, lance of pivaU diiteotivee most of the time. For further particulars call upon or address .0i
i Two Ocala, Fla., ladle are the happy pueesson Gco. S. :\In jo, Gen'l Many., .
r of pieces ot one of the court dresses No. 1 Marion Uloik OCALA, FLA. r .
worn by Queen Isabella, wife of Edward 11, :: :
who reigned over England In the Thirteenth t
century JtebWEIHE

: r'. The Brooklyn bridge Is vindicating its use 4 .5.
'e S fulness. During the past twelve months S3--

116.1:1161'80.18: have paned over it, of shorn2iIS.f -LKADSiN ," IIEWatel --
>o3: wuikwl aortas and the rest went in r
the cars.

An unscrupulous dentist of Paris, after ..
,\ chloroforming n |Il atlont, with the proposed di} Clock.1 JewclrLINEI
1 f intention of extracting u tooth, robbed the ,
helpless sufferer of Jl.UO in money and then

5 From recent lucbmuloglcal dll<' %.erleait ap- !
pears that the Human, at the height of their
chi'izitlou: : : and spiuadcir.. Lad no system of
'S street ll utilig. No traco of anything of the -
kind hay' been discovered. --- .
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Some sea urchins havo lean dredged from TOWN LOTrou = W' 'L.OTrI Kepairiiitf a Specialty.Lo i
the I'acillc entirely dilTereut from any previously LA : ,
known. They are rigid and of no ; L. 00 K"A'.T'1 ron -0-
particular khupv, while all others previously. I I
dredged hive been round. $25.00. 1. $25.00. -( .'ATEO rv Wu'i ''1D1. M' Ql'.UIt-:

There bus just 1 been con*ci'ated In Philadelphia L.M""M.N..N N.'....':'....'.... ...'''''' ..........._.. N,....:..,...Nx.N..NN...... 3m31 ) a church for the ezclusite uso of the -- ---

't deaf. It is the fint and only place, of wor- .. .... LAND

" is ship managed In this country entirily,by if not deaf la mutes.tho world that :=::etlHTTiI:i((i ( i j Fii.:. .{i H: :....I.I.O....::.!::. .)I:'1 J{; N..:;::. t FO.,:():.:fL:.',J[,'III,J. ,'i.(i :'l'.N' '. .tJAY's N..:] .w.ow.. .....:LYN;T !.F.. -1-TITLES: !I1

Biz Hritish soldiers de erted l at Iltkhowe,
,?' and on going ta. Natal surrendered thom .. a -4 UlA L THE BEACON & ADAMS
selves! to the civil authorities Tlnjteru
t tried by court martial and so" itencvd to live Th th..t! m the fl'< M XPW Sour' Tioji (n ,>,4 V. I : t'i'! :' City of Ocala Anderson's new addition AB3ntAor COMP.t\T.

: ,;55 years' iinprixoiiment.' with haul UtU> '1l(l:>,;jf1', th Si Ml1 I 'opl'.d: I F'' |pO" 01 1 ?'OUWl:' 1 ill .i i mt i.o\\ In. iotl at 8J3: each, for thirty (lay -l-

,, Among recent camera C'hlen'ul'ntll U a II ::. 'I'ilt'I |110 IIp. I i.\ .ol '\i''ed 1 "flit: (' o: ('!"'iok{ '"' t:1:! ::1... t1 I. .-iHt n "0 in in/ gi.ulul to the property IS 7/JE rL.1CE
portrait tul.eu by the light of a Cuban 10 lEI TILE } tC16
S. L'S firefly in copy thirty w+cunds,1111(1 a photograph, of 11i' /' : d ki: o $).-( ci 'liinuinv.. '11.' M inn.: t. ui|'It tci >v i !' ulii '.C\\. j:t-r' cent to1! .t. \ .t'u, ol c'cr'lot. I otA can tI. ,

Li the aurora bureau *J obtain the latter I. ..1 I fur; on the in.t:1ml'nt: : : ( plan (t't'- :'il'c.t No ('mUnjon; !" no agent1u: ; j : .,, d.net fro'nowner. TIlt' f'tlll'I't tt -1-

4 bad been declared an utter i>u| .iM.ihty. ( I .'U'-\' ".1 i"K will ...,1"1'1 -i Jut lor tu..1- if .idi'r t t. "(let 'p on th ground tloor." Plat tan: be bctu at otLcAndijvor .. iiLL Ot"1"IE. : ; QcitA IJOtflB

The fragrant and, savory nutnii g is placcx, ] : ..L or address! II !I. Anderson! IjorV Uo-1 "l5. ()('a .' F'Ia I
r on the list tot active lJiROII."y The Hospital Sis'tta
-- --- ------ ---
s of London, becauwt a boy of 8 Tenni, after
eating two whole nutnugs, fell into it coma E. B. RICHARDSON.
; S tL tosest.iteuu
r L' A Dritikh surveyiugsieamerof 'Ohllli hAs
been Liuncltvd V'.dy for duty with engines Vhlt' t Livery In ho
New J.i\i: S.JL City
y aboard coniplete. It was remarked thai d t > ;) 1--
within few the launch of finished
a years -0-
.5. shier would be the rule instead of tho ex. .ii hn.... I'q.I..tl'<< \\ iL<( 4\'r, llnt.: ;/ in i
S ceptloiu: }hi lulu C. I li. ;an.) t :\.\.untnr I Leading Hotel of the City 141:A\J' (; VU.KS( STVULt

The style of hair dressing for 130 i Is said i;M-your-,* if. I .
to be a uaro w fringe on the forehead, witha .--- --- I' t
narrow continuation" of roil running trout Ltt II"I*<* 'for .M'I\ d i i i ti' i "vent ;\ I GFOIU.g'TdnCIIITIP.T : .\Y. -
r, the top of the bl..llo,," down on the neck. : I ," I II -A J>-
Mi A.>ru in r sir IM .1<, II' ah'Ij Watches .\ :
The hair will not lie so much hidden\ )' the I | AND nr'ILDRU+ >
hat as at prevent 4 a.. t..tIhen.,1.l1 UbSUltpI SD IN APPOINTMENTS TO ANY IN TUB STATE; ,
: >i" 'j Old 3t.tnd.A' IJ lGNII1) ESTIMATESFurnjbed
Them was recently discovered' in Central c\-3mDRS.G.H.&J.C.
Africa a villsgn of houses built along a \ .I
-- --- -- --- oo Afptestt'u; _
i street and having gabled roof The iuhabl- i .
" tanta rare of kturior intelligence, ketpgiod I
order h the village BDIIIt't'l1ln lids rai.>M Qrrl :4r n>cict: : : : ,)rane and Sixth st .
Repainted Inside and Out;I
above tho ground. .
HeR tjont Dontlsts. oc.viA, ri>nKii
4.l the l-ubach iu California I iiI
M-1 grown qmAN( lt.tts1I. tttYSBJILLIlIl;
ralsoU around HtockU, From it Dalmatian (KAI.A. ri.OKlD\. : AND -J 31 8Sb.NOWDES
insect lewder U made, which retails at .s.1
All: trnnrhe of dvntWtry T*.11 filled and .
The Fresno IU'publican advices tt
per l\Jud. pre'wrvid. knoS vnwnM with port eUtq tr lot!4etn. McFARLASE,
the f sneers of Califoruia to p lIMY more atteutlou .- alnuaalu'ttnalnnelumhUan.E1V; ( I .' llEi17ED TUORQUGBLI R :ITH KEGAS1 FZTZA'BSauTgai :
to its cult I ailou.. uktl) pr.4IYStengstryatmlbieraternrts. I Itl'OTH 4 v -Dr tree is-

The fling: shot nuitam-e is just now helping rownn A i-r.< itT ALL KINDS OF FURNITURE
Boston miserable. -- --1--1I
to maLw the Lf vf |Ilt'Jtatrl&lll in ----
A day or two ago the police\ v isiuxlMveral 1'or Sale 1 -0-

{ schools and ki'Uwl eveuty-flve of the Oni fine, IXwouMiiierow ahto! Olin Dolt UWMS AXD Cell JET G ;r ltlyDSFclt'Tru THtT IWTITt lx,PBCTt01 or THOg 'Cortttgr,
dangerous l>ltov* I Soiue:) of them were iloiili'f: suntv Lurnt ..tv\ro. Om new !!F STOCK AND LOW Pmicis.
enough to send large pebble a great
,. Strong t1'| aide l:\r btVifv one tear 110m. Im 11'rR 8
distance. Johnson, ri|,trill, an .dna new tan .hC'e1 i --- I'. P. DART x. D
A ut" sort of courting is complained of In rise;( cart al-o one'atr well Utllu'I : '\'. ,
the En.ush journal, being a regular hunt, U\tlium aural ,."n,: mlllt'" an I sevcrmil 1 1OU" I
2 well-to-do youug men, i>f cats with bull aud 1 work horse.... also \ refsut4v
by driving' several Arrtt re : : : 1.J TIUYER IA:000.UCM.te 4110'taaao_.
lu the metropolitan street. We have a\lJltt ror Dal at'
does ; eicellf ;xmnwl *
beard of that having been done in Hew I low prices fv-r ou n. E Fatter TLOUIDA. R-ma Agnew 4 ..larrVsiock.r' or.\LA.
York. It U a much I lea uoU sport than the dfeblStd Li\try A alo t$Stable. ZmJ1 18 Di.rar..yereq Itl.r'. If"rff"l''h In P'101'1da'
eoortinz of rabbit w1sn10eTdy



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+ I BUDGET OF HOME NEWS Regular Council Meeting A DellKhtrc Party Hotel Arrival I I CITY & COUNTY

;.. ,; Among the guests at the Ocala 11 OIlt1Pto.la MONTKTTMA UoTKL, Feb 2S.-T. w.
Present, Jno. F. Dunn, president council David Apopka Fla. W. II. Kendrick DIRECTORY.CITY
Wilson and ; ,
f ,', are Mr. Thomas .
: C. L. JiI1I Editor Aldermen} J. A. Rowell. J. T. Lancaster '
OER.Cltr wlfl''olilltIRltt: >1 Wilson Miss: Anna- State at largo\ ; II. Anderson, city ; 1 .
E. I Root II. W. Chandler and .
k II. Jacksomille 11. II. llcvward OFFICERS
Watkins and Boyer ; ,
belle Will'OnIIItl Maggie
II: Go to Sanders' and box of >nt G. Smith. \hqE.'llt E.: W. Agnew Israel
get a -ct Miss Julia Onderach of Cleveland Dr. Savannah ; John R. Cohant and wife, Major l Or. lh.' s 1'.Iiery,
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; Agars for |1. Brown and! Charles Marshall. fleck.1 I It.illmk.:
Miss Helen Conant Master J. Rislcv
M. G. Furlo.ig, wife and child, of Norwalk M..r hal-r. .
bills lead and K: Hall.
The following were referred -
:; Ohio and Mr. A. W. Thomson, of Conant Gardner Maw; It. G. Has, Evin-: ('''ltvtor--r.! l
\f :.. Next kpromiit'8 be the 1'.II..I.n.
: "'.e to biggest
to the finance t committee .
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I This i ill the party, of !Mon, }'Ia.; F.1.. Mansfield, Huston ; t'. H. .tt-Ii. K.: XlcUer.
'''time in the of 0'a3.If' ] Philadelphia
.!a. history S L. Cleveland service $o.& ; George whom mention made in these columns Wilmer, city Horatio S. Brewer, M I H., Tri-Hnim-r-K.' R. nnwtloti..
Gttllman $8.73, Arthur WilliaiiK, JS75. was 1 rvnli' |''til oft niinrll.-Jno. F. Dunn.!
John Templeton in. an old Ocala favor- July Brown, JS.75: all special' police service some days ago, as taking A towr of Apopka, Fla.; W. J. HIlwt'lII\IHI) wife, IjjxiM. t or AM.\ 'rmouJ. K. lmii> .K.. W. Ague. .
; 'ite. lie always a crowded house. South Florida under the gentle care and Atlanta, Ga.; Miss: O'Byrne, Baltimore ; i'J.K"'JrH."Ur' John .xIJ''''*-!:. I& I.. H""I, K.O.bill .
draws ; C. B. Capers. scavenger and lamp l'klIJ.'JI guidance of Capt. William II. I 1'. G. Moor, New Orleans ; V. G. shearer II. 11,1' hHI">lt>rlro"' | cud w-(- M lito

Don't miss the auction Kale to-night. I lighting for January 173.00, same Kendrick, the best postal man hi Florida Jacksonville.OIALA !""nIIA"ln'I"'I.t..r-. T lung: .
amount for February ; Pleas] ; Sims, for HonE, Mar. 1.-Thomas Wil-
The wentas
Florida matters party
1 Oar good brothers of the church will burying, lauper( $2.00; W. P. Tranthani, far on South FortI.t'rl.: .' j and were non and wife, Mis Clara Camion, discs 'COUNTY OFFICERS
rent of fire engine hou,,', for January, as County ./tii.1tfl. lit,'|hmrlMtl'onathy.t 4
in their notices tomorrow Miss Annabelle
,' please bring by delighted with the trip, and Captain I Mabel Wilson, t'nuntv fleck I'.A, MdtcrMihetfitF.T \ .
o'clock if possible I I 112.5: (( ; same for Ft.ljruftrEo; Ball, Wilson that the climate} is so lit'lIht.11 Visa :Maggie Walking! : "4 Julia Guider : WlllUmnAuwwmr i .
cleaning streets, $11.75 J:R. Moorhead, Fays .J. .
.t ; that he finds it difficult to tear rash Cleveland, Ohio ; Annie Wilson f M"ttuwColl.viorH
The District Conference the Stew. sutvsying$18.75setting grade !I. J250:? ) T w ..,110111111. citra.
11t' ; A. \\ Clarence. Moore:
himself from it though business\ is Thompson, Tniinr .
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away I'ytee.sulwrlnlemlt'ut
; 'arda of the Metluvllst Epl -ural Church, I). E. Mclxer, burying $5.00 ; : '
) urging him home. Cat,.tain Wilson! ..M A. Walker, Philadelphia, Pa.; Rev ,if l-ublic I Inntiucliou\ t"
j' ,:oath f is in i ponrpw! *. electric lights! in city market for two I owns a fine body of land in Citrus coun t Bert Mann, Jr., Newark N. J.; Mr. and I'"p'\, KlvmlnKUm.: *THtonnljr
-- ---- months 9 ISM!1. fI7. ') ( lohimlMimirn-tt W. W.? *.
ending February ; Long I
,,' .t r. ) Mrs. John C. )D.ty Mr. and Mrs. (it'MJOn. i
I ty. tw'nlapf '? of which was Tranthnm. M
( II. Kou
t'.II. IVrrln
Pedro \\p the name of a new poet-otficc four electric lights on squareand balanceof XV. l\ XVII-
I Rogers Newark X. J. Arthur M. &&lAm"'ln.
under the ;
i five miles: west of Summerfield in the set out to an orange grove
February in market, total, M4,80{ I E.L. :. The .
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direction of Captain Kendrick last sum I Mitchell, (II. A. (lodges New York ; W. County ComtuinMoiif mwt the Hot MOn(
Peter Perry neighborhood. Root tilling in Orange" street, H.M ; Webb Wm. Gilman Williams dad i in every monthoh .
mer. I Henry 'jilHM M-K. K lUrrin. !L T. X\artu l
\ Dublin Robinson, cleaning= privy vaults, I henry Williams Jr. Baltimore I :Md. M. M. MoMr, A. U I.. ; nn.
Our reporter caught a glimpse of the After tarrying awhile here, and feasting ; i.rlRin( I' I UtirlMMi
fl.25 ; AV.Harris., printing -Ill' circulars Mrs. Gillman I If. I't.'rkilll'Ii" Perkins N-htxd' lUmnt meet fiat Monday In month.
handsome face and figure of Mr. Frank on the splendid, fare of the Ocala "" tory

40'; Morgan on our streets to-day. of Mayor's Proclamation! 12.50' ; House, the party will visit Blue Springsand Rochester, N. Y.J.; A. Hanson, Mrs. J. COUNTY ROAR! OK HEALTH.

Rosina Davis feeding l.rise.l1E'l'8ln guardhouse
4 \VitlacoochieanJ their possess- A. Hanson, Leesburg, Fla.; William H. 1 t'fl'llcl'nl-Ilr. 1.1'. tiiry r
""":" Don't miss the auction sale to-night and on the .tI t't't. J-0.00 ; Pleas: bus in Citrus Capt. Wilson!!' who is Kelly and wife, Minn.; :Mrs T. I.I Reynolds s'rntery--'apt| E. Klrluhtnoik. .
fit ________ Sims, for cleaning il'tclies on Orange, at the head of theiurtYsays that Florida Water Valley Miss.: Dr. M.G. Furlong MrmlMT-l> It. A.olmilh.ntlt..,,,,, iMiMnTt.
hills ordered M. 1'1. M.ws. 'r cod U. II. IrTln
t t'-. A fine diamond ring valued at $35.00, street J4.50 ; Last two wire is destined to In- a great and populous Mrs. Furlong and child, Norwalk

.> :X.> .. was one of the bargains at Condon's Hale paid without reference ; E. W. Agnewut t State. That its climate is its wealth.Don't N. J.; Georgo Robinson: Brooklyn. N. Y ; HOARD OF TRADE.
"\-*,:"ulast night-it brought 6.00.: Co., for articles! furnished during. the yellow ------ (George W. Jatho, S. t'; Mr. and Mrs. M. flee I'mMem'Inat' .lcIllit..1. K. fount. A. WcHtliors.K : .
; !1N Floii.layout; hern
periodiV > ;
miss the auction sale to-night. '
Meyerson! Jacksonville, Fla.; W. S. >''''('
,:\ d ; Capt. C. F. Adams!' a whilom citizen of Railroad, hauling! lime ltsk<< for paving' --- --- Davis and wife, Galveston, Texas ; C. F. .'" ) oit.oreruurr -A. I'. !Man. Jr. o. ;RhI'Jn.

/"V-Ocala* but now of the metropolis, was streets. $150, ordered p.xid without reference Drawing Them In from all Direction Adams, Jacksonville, Fla.; D. E. Potter, wr.' Jno IiHinn:: J' U i.ivinpiUii, nA.,
XX ratheri, XX m. Fox cod l S. XX, Mooily.
u\. jft&i among! the list of arrivals yesterday ; C. Uheinautr A NM i ? for articles *. city ; J. Allarrl, Citra, Fla.; George H.
\ "' f' '. furnished during the yellow fever period' The Mount Dory items in the 'TavaresIlera1J Spencer, St. Augustine" Fla. ASSOCIA.

\ -\[. Ocala is to have another convention. fJ.l.t: ) ; Jno. Biennan. complaining of of February! 2Mh, contains! the _--- --- T1ON.

't ik The druggists! will hold their second an' Airs. Wallace's fence t Iwiiu; some thirty following! ) 1 F,rich will inteiest many of 1'" don't you call on Y" the jeweler.d8fobt.l iTfuMciil-t I II. XVIImrrVlcv

'X nual meeting in Ocala on April 16th. feet in street, referred to Mreet committee our readers and will see what the Exposition l'n'.ill'tll-. Ivlom<< ,.t.
.$ .. R. Snowden! asked to be relievedofliieltond KH'tvtary Hint Tr<'ii'ur(>r.-Umli Fox,
; is doing for Ocala I : IbMtnl' nt lines-tn.l> i i,1' I aiicimti-r., liaiu'Rt
r i T 1 Don't miss_the___auction____sale tonight a. special| cntodian, of certain A number of our citizens visited the The Red Grocery, Magnolia street, I is lifu-iiK. I I. Mr 'WII. XI )i-lul, A. F. IIt.lmICIIL.1| U, I*).

r i. 0 city funds!';, alsoalle] attention tf expoHition' at Ocala last week. They the place to buy.your (crtHvriefl.AOIAKIAM ZACharU and< \,> Mrs. Wray and Miss Nelson, who have
the ;importance of inakt'ig appropriationsfor \ were delighted! ) with the city, and with 11. Proprietor. RIFLES.
x Donal McIver deParted
$ been visiting Mrs. street fund, special 'u-enwen" etc. the Mr. N. Kingham 31declm (11..111111-4'0'. ; A. Na h.
1i display." J. our
; in Columbia H. C. .
: for their home of marshal ROil clerk for .1.1 1.1I'lItl'lI.IIL II M.I'onuell.4rstot .
: report| jail blacksmith! was so well pleased agnnlla N ur"'rJ. I.lciitrnnnl. .K: \SIUUmn.K .
..: yesterday January, was refused.\ with Ocala} and its business outlook that >rty Mrinlfn.;
this Tax (look of 1SS8 submittedand asked The flutist mid best variety orange : r
tow Only one case In the police court he contemplates removing his shop and FIRE COMPANY.
Jackson for that levy be made for which a pedal trees for the least money, to be had of
flf'i; morning, viz : Albert a block there within a short time. ('hlt'I-T. I' ancamrr.
& ordered in for February28th. J. W. A. F. I). WAITK,, F''O"-MIIUI1I' Kht'limiirr.Kln .
., fighting lIe was permitted to departby was And the following from tho ll\.IIl'Otte
'. wSfebtd. Bellexiew, Fla. >l aMlnUnt Lull I. X'olkKOCOIK .I
r paying $2 and trimmings. items : ... .I talll-. W. U. .XUrMmll.Kcrvtary .
Treasurers report for January. submitted Tldd 1 iron., of tins place, ,,'illmo\'e to Strayed or Htolcn. -J. II. Mallrtt.Twenlylhe .
Mr. Don Mclver hps moved his marble Ocala on March 1.Ve regret to have lui'mVfn.. ,

k yard from opjosite tl e Florida Southern I J. E. Gaskfll was ar pointed sanitaryinspector them go, as they were good citizens as Large cow, with a two-weekb-old bull HOOK AND LADDER COMPANY.

passenger depot to lot in rear of lied at a salary of ..')1111(i0 |per month. well as active business men. Our ionstill calf. Both ears cropped.| The animal I'rvuMcnt-Aliram\ 1' lmcr.

Grocery store, :Magnolia street Resolution of January?, 18S}), amended be (kala'sill.: half Jersey, half Ayreshire, and tot mer- .n.m.nIIkI llenti.AMlKtaiit .
I ly the property of Oapt. Keep, deceased I XXt-IU KkharJMiii.Iwriity .
read building of hide walks
HO\ as to on Among its locals is! the folnwinjtIbion : ,
R. A. Araol tie the claronetiet will on Orange Iuktt. "Suitable rt'warll111 incmlier
t. both sides of Magnolia. and :South: Mtrf'l'ts.Tht' .\ IIl'wett left Mimlav; .
play several solos at the !sacred concert "street comrnitUo to morning I.., given for her return to owner, }'. K.: TULULA LODGE, NO. 31,1.0.0,1'.
require for Ocala whero he has entered the
Sunday in the Exposition building, all railroads running throiy'i' the city to music house of, Brewer ft Co.Don't Harris, Runner office!\ td [Mcoti every Turwluy.. evenliiK) X

'Which alone will be worth more than make rock crossing full nidthuf tsiutts' -- W. II. Challl. N. (J.
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Not that Kind of Tonle's.31r .
XV. M. Hw' .
the price of admission. all miss the auction sale n'tsry.All
with side walks at crossings.It tonight vliltlng brotbvn cordially luvlte.1.
---- J. W. Pearson desire'* the )pnblictu
Over 200 people were turned away was ordered that 35 cents per who tree ii.r IUUIHSG- nl---:,\n.tf.K.1J. know that the Tt'XMOnlf') he has for OCALA CHAPTER NO. 13, R. A. M. 1f

from the auction sale at Condon's last be allowed every property owner ....... sale are not the "bucking". kind that are (kale Chaplvr, No l.i., R A. M. CVmvotallunft
shade sidewalk
shall set out trees along the
night, being unable to gain admittance. seen on the street of Ocala, giving their Aral Monday night In ncry mouth
adjoining their property, and name We are much pained I to announce the II. XV. IXINO. It. P.
More !space will be provided to-night. riders the grand bounce act, in sending J. H. KKAZt.it. hcrr,> .
amount to be credited to them when dcnth of the. UH! >M gentlemen\ which occurred taryTRAVELER'S
at 7:30 sharp. them through (the air like
Sale discharged
commences ) a : ----
I trees are found living and grow mg. at ln. tiornr in t this city t at 11
rocket. The kind he soils GUIDE.
t" Forty-two solid gold watches were I It van recommended that E. W. .\g- o'clock. Mr Hedding! hud been a doves, and, warranted pound areas, of gentleas limb

sold at ( ndon'd jewelry store last night, I new & ('0. should pay Richard Di>konn", suflerer from chronic ilyxentery, which and win.I.\ Mil\ dew
and still slow drones complain,! of hard for removal of brick, and( lumber oil'public contracted I in the army lie tame to -- I s
Anl 'c trop lluiuoMtiNa. ...... s,45' P. M.
times and scarcity of money. If you square belonging to said firm. I Florida about twelve tears ago mainlyon Ockluwnhn Jllvcr KleuntcrH.Harts' I/fiive OI'.la! for liuiinrlloii....._.M ... 11.211.< A. ...

don't believe it step in and bee for yourself Committee reported favorabe on tire : account of his health and while lie Ocklawaha hlt'a II Il'fit ledge IV Kvturnlnifat...._..._ 5,511' l f. ...
ordinance extending! fire limit one block I was not restored to Ins wonted vigor, latka for the Oik twaha and SilverSprings !Ayres! (k ale for lloiiirNuumi.?.... fi.l: ) r. ...

further Ian:, it now exists ; also to Ins life was" no doubt\ piolongeii several daily except' :-ltIadaYl\t: ten ((10)) V. C. Cl P. R. R. (Old .F. R I A N. Line.)

The Belleview Made of the 28.h column cone remedy d I< feet of lamp lighting: and wavenper 'years\, and until a week ago he was clock :i. m.-roll.ruing, ,leave Silver Schedule.
written two
tains a splendidly work an now done. I strong enough, to pursue his usual avocations. :
descriptive article on our Exposition.We One hundred dollars appropriated to tilringc'lillly' except Monday on arrivalof Night (MuiM-nitcr north tnoud...._......Irt.11 f. ...
of the to train from Oc.ila, which IM. due. U23: a. -hchll"tI..lli\.r..II". INuII,1 .......M......2.li 4.1|_.
want all portions county build fide walks, where properly owners Mr. Redding WHS a quiet+ excellent I In. II. L. HAKT.wHfeb'Jm n.li1! .. ........._.-..1,41 r. ...
take the same interest in it that Belle have failed to comply with existing law. citizen and Inn death will be mourned } : J. S. FtUZtrIIlellt.. l"uKt aut'An.. .

view does. The following bills were ordered paid circle of friends, and r
: by a Urge acquaintance .
l'..M'iicr' arrive In On" ..._. 9.01 ... 11(.
-- ---Steven of Pen- (CajxM. ffjl 75 ; Trantham, t12. O ; N. He leaves a widow stud one son Ijilentry and Musical Knfertuliiinenl. : ..I" .?......_..it n> r, M.
Clair .
Mr. Horace Ft. Crown, t.bo:! < ; (lieorge A. Morton, H.IIO:! ( ; to whom the sympathy of our wntire Y algbl .. ............_., l.U A. .M.VMI .

newton, N. H., brought to Florida J. II. Jones, HOIK\ ) ; P. B. Dukes, $15.00 ; : (community go out in their st-verC nf- flan,lsv: evening. ha red :Urd. at NIOWden's (a [tIll "" ''llh |y.iin.|. 1,111'. II.Oo .
through reading the BA.VSKR, has purchased i.nrtli 1".1.i .... ._.._.,. I. 5
Please Sims. H I,0) ; I. D.' Israel!, H.S5) ; N. tliction. llxll hulf of ilm proceeds t jllr hen ix r. ntliu

of Mr. Gworce Wallace his beautiful Crown, 135.00) ; Richard Ellis, 73 cents ; Another Half. etllof Grim: i.pisnund church Mindoyscliool. Jour 8. Fa! sras,

ten acre grove on Orange avenue, C. Hheinauer ft Hm., tl!n.l3 ; Mrs F. R. Mr.I .lohn Richard header, arising Tiiwnjl i llMll Atfaat. .

for w Inch he paid ROOD.Don't ) Gary, M3.00 ; X IIah Tavlor *1.50 ; Florida advertisement! of M<**Hrt. Thayer, young jxurnulist. poet an I dilllt'ctrt'Hlt'r The 1".3. R. R. Tim T-blc '
miss the auction sale tonight.Mr. Southern Railroad Company, *J'O) (WiII. ; paisley, ( &: Co., instill bringing rich fruits. will givo I tattle of hit inimiUble t'

C'. Jone! :?:2 : II. S. (irant. t> .tIO ; S.U Among the list of lands iidvertisod l wasa : readings, .t 4t-it-ll"IIJv (the Lest locul musical attic. w.rlJ.
-- ---- !I."">'crogt. rirrlvr* inKrelnht i.a a ....._...._ I %S r. w.
Thomas Barnes, of Shady. (Grove Hirdsey, A.; < '0., *.i.w ; Mr. F. K. Gary, tract of 315; acres of "high rolling pine ; talent. It will pru1& rare treat.Come : .I". 1,01i". III.

one of the most solid and progressive 1500 I ( ; Rosins i Davis i :*!4i.gt. land lying in Cotton Plant district," I i piepared to enjoy it. AdinisHion!! .: :.. --a-. 4.YI; A. :
;::=:= : :
that he would struck the eye of a New Yorker and -'.1<'. Frli:5ttl.SIiEitll'I" .t J IIM1 A.
i men of the county, says February 'Ji Mt1i. I
the Semi-Tropical Ex- without seeing! the land wrote down to J'I"Jltli' s'icxraPaaacngU
hiss seeing
not for fifty dollars. It is a grand I Present, Dunn pre' .i
exhibition pokitbn a credit i'ntonly to the l'OunI I nll".I1.lllt') > Chandl-r and I delav.The. _-_-- __-_ _- --_--_ I II U'MDEKND i : 11vlltn'y' OK AN EXPUi KrrKLl!. .. ... .-. ............_..._..._... 1.II.,..i'r, .... M.If. ,
citizen of the Smith Abtn-n. Brown ,nd Marshall. nut fit the Circuit Court: In and ., ?. a .
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ty but to I the State. Every Templeton will give the i copular| for Marion nuunl)' I In a iTtaln ciuiw, whrrclnMAKVIN. .14./16/ 4. wSllllltU'1"S ,
county should! at least see the exhibitiononce. Alderman. IAncaster l nllered. ) a resolution I'l-Viy: of"Marcotle"tonighttlseu"Mika'lu'p ; i \ I.AVUK A (x.re: plaintiff: and

which was unanm ou .ly adopted afternoon and Dliveite" (jElt.; It. m.KK and <;m: ti. TYLER mllll.| ..- ; HAM:.
___ __ __ requiring assessor to tax ill real and |Ilt'r- Inir Lisa lira of .ho.. It TY l.t.U i t 0., are We regret! to learn that Fred T. Harris, wmall'roltl'rty' within ci-: limitsaccord I if>,rrow. .,. nixht.( Tu! Teinpt-Tons have a feiiilauU. I will rll at public slurry, during the hIM CiriMOmrt., VA J+lu-t-U (,Circuit .tqrfw.
n "" nnKTHcd by any company a legal( noun, to UK blKhei" l bidder forcwh, onf
lltraU I now foremanin arid when to i M'lTum ()I..ttlfI" CTt4M/yry. '
formerly a VIIO| ing to law ;.K"ipleteJ] 'resent -
o Monday, .Marchlilt, 1HHU,
tho ("ttice of the /-VonVto 7f i;'fM ll'if- to council forapproval, anti do I ulY
mine the W. J. EI'rKR ra /. FRYIR.!: t
.me / legal talc front of the <
r ness, at Ocala, will be obliged to take a the work speedy' l as powibie.. lIIn.boll*,dour In Orala, Marion county, 1'1a.. r.

rest on account of impaired. vision.7ai .- Adjourned.Don't .h. following net l pr"|wrty tu-vtlt'" I By VIRTUE OF A FINAL MJflKKK IN TIIK
tli rr Herald 'Oh'DEN7s : Joe uudlvMi-U tlirr" M4imrt lnUTe lu W. y.Kxtlon the ixiTu-ntaUtit cauw. UAUM J unarr luth,
bloomsof 0 A. township U. range IV east last' I ",11I..11 U-fore the Courthouse d..>r Jn the
We are glad that the wealth miss the auction sale tonight.A 1 Alwiona uuillvMwl three..,iiarter opined In an town' of ooala, on

the orange groves and the splendid, rt! flu rndlvilrel; onvjiiitrter Inlerrci In N. E.ofN.X Monday, March llh, A. I>. I HMO.
display at our Semi-Tropical Expositionhas Can!. HaM'\ p''. Motion .*>. lowinhlii U. range (.'I seal. the following I iluwrlljnl wnoii4l property, to-wlt. !l
vision. I kannaAt 1.k"a, ut."n ", aalIor, sail, elw! utlopl ,cud..,.(a. One dark bay mare about I Lice yuan oW. oanwl"Bailie.
restored l FredV impaired !! Dr. R W. Hartley, eye and ear surgeon Louisville Hi J. Kt>ruarjr, 1, lw. K:. T. XXimAMSJ ." one w>rrel' w n> about ten years oil
and late professor of diseases! of the eve aw! hUi Iff Marlon Couutj: name*I "Kate," one dark turret l. mart abut utue sai
l lI Mr. J. E.: (Gatkill Sanitary Inspector! l I yean nUi. nmnwl U ems 'sorrel iiMromlt: .
: Medii
and in the Indianapolis ; : ,
ear ,orrel i ;
of the city. He I NiiKiifiT'ir: "KAM"" ::. one hors colt; brown mare oolt.. amitwenty '
is making his inspection College, also .liisiatant'nrgeun;" ill t Ill'I Luf he/1 of nto<*k cattle, sail property being ':J '
reports that during: the months of August Illinois Eye and Ear Infirmary, and .1n-. r-OKASKXMTTION/ : : ..U 10-.U..1I1 dcrrre eta) nmt t/
ISSUED: OCTusthccircuit i
and September of last> year he made sistant Surgeon in the Chicago Ey"- aryl r Y BY l bnrlmantif-srMarion routitr January Iv! +g. K. T. WiLLIAMS j: S"L

daily round of :lee entire city and only Ear (',,\\lcllt'. will l l'sin f Ocala" on the -If i tl t t. I f-- Aurora' on (h. Ut lUrof ft> < A, 1>. IHMI, Z-l-W._- Sheriff Marina kmoly, Ktm.i. .

found two cases of tick ness, and they and, 17th duvv of March for I n i.< 'kvlxroin D. A., SMITH n 1.lalnUrt', and ('. I.. =
.1(1)\-t.1t Mori KVA; A 1111' \, to." am dt'I(rii'ltiU I i. J.JJROKAW .) ,
were not sick enough to take their purpose of tr..atinlt.an liM-a-cs. of tie, ifDr ,, i bavi ...v...-.. ulna and will wll at publicnutery ,,

thinks that was a pretty gust: health eveandenr chronic sore eyes tn-at..l" < 1 tit Itif highest bihler: for cash. UJore the '
; JII C iunliouM-loor. ai Ocala, Jb
will L" ably to IIZ county KlorW -
record. We hop Ocala without the >" of us'i.
thisyear. and cured n % ra I .. onMoiKUy. THE MARION COUNTY NUB- :

maintain as good bill of health for he also has a full line of ifiat--* ..f : s- i I., March Ills A. I). fluff, 1 .

__ best and can fit case that sIRYSIAN.OrrltRo .
quality t
belithe Urn
anr. Monday the .llowWI dm'Abed
I sale tonight.Rev. can be ttN with glasses' at reasonable ---J real _AU'. W> witCommrmliig -1-i '"A ,
Don't miss the auction prices. Consultation free. Omce at U TJlI: 1'1 at point fortf Mil west or N. E.
Hotel. Circumstance over corner of i* ;4 of an ilos,1, I U. range TO THE PUWUO A Piss uam 'I' .
G. A. Hough, who so acceptably Montezuma & east ;bli south 797 feet: thence east to Ilse
I filled pulpit in this city which Dr. Bartly had nu control prevented 'i. of K. K. N. K. K.; thence In nonhwetterly or :fVK8SRY,8TOCJC-Gur& '
the Presbyterian him filling his former apj-nnt- direction with aabi north line of rallrtja4 to north TIKEU BPCIAUTT.1janl2m .
last year, bat has since accepted a call in will be further db- '"' llnaolM. w. X; thence wont to |>la/.. of bfol rln- '..
North Carollnia is back among us on a went but there no Din' *. coutaJiiiug five T. WiLLIAMS, -1- '< .
I short visit. apt..ointment. diMwit ))8 I DR 2-I-* .ebt'i Marlon County < Ann i, Anttoajr FU..t ...: "

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=- -: = : ,::=- .=. Color Line Problem OLOWIXO IH'LOOY.

OCALA!, pLA, JIAr.CH; J 1889-- Lake S SiIe Hotel
_. ,
A few discussion
'- ---- '.- .. days ago; there was a The Mohl Itrllllant I'MH'A'I'lc"er: -8h8inaUerSI (
1 of a color lino problem' in the Texas U'tfislntnrc ,
F.' E. HARRIS, Editor that in attracting attention. A 1'roiionnred on the I'nl ht'r nf our kt

.hill l was pawd Senate requiring] Cuu lit ry.
tho railroa of that state lo |provide separate I Somerville PinknllY Tuck, t'nited -- C
cars for, whiles and blai k!!. It wan' ;
.a rejiorc'l{ favorably< ), to the Hoiw, hut : :States: Assistant Commies"ionereneral to So. Lake Weir Fla. .
that bushy iledlnttl to pass s it. It wasijijioned the Paris 1 Exposition! of J.sM J while in I ,

l+ by both Democrats) anti Kepnblicunn Europe' on a special' \ mission! having forts
79Gr'r among the Republicans! being object a search for documents andotll.r Special Sale I Sixteen miles south of Ocala ; on .

several colonil representative evidence relating to the French S high bluff overlooking the wholeof
Some of the DeniocrittH declaml 1 that "Deautiful Lake Weir"
tjiey would as srss11 nit bc ,idr a l'ololt't\I sjioilation. claims, ,discovered: at Paris
man or woman in a railway car as in a among the archives of the :Ministry of

street -ar. The street car question!'\ wt-? FIfI'h.m1f.Airll, a paper| written by --op- lICKS MEETS ALL TRAINS'Fine I
tied I itself several and theyhad I
years airo. .
Talleyrand: bearing on the death. of ;
no doubt that the railwnv car question I
.. The' document reads, Boating, Sailing: Gunning.
-- I would also, if the agitation' of it was Washington. aa ICs
: not 'continued, laws keeping the and Fishing!
by Allows
; J. (;. Flood died the" Bonanza Kinjr who whites all, blacks peparato. The lUjxirtof TalUyrntnl, Miititkr' ; a/ ForeignAjffain Terms 2 Reasonable
recently at Heidelberg, Germany, colored ineiiibtrs Haiti that they were) DRESS GOODS $2:50: per day
left a fortune estimated at $30OO,000.) ( ( well tre telly the white 'iieoplum' ) their on the occasion of the ihaih of
Rates Week Month.
by or
rest>ective counties, and thought:: that if Jforgf Wathinyton :
Nine vessels are 10111( overdue at Phila tile question! whether the two racesshould Addrosn .
"A nation h it'll someday will be a
delphia, and are nupposed to be lost. occupy separate or the name earn, IF. J!.
Then great. nation, and which today is the ---- --- Capt. Taylor
are many anxious hearts in the alive the constant aol.i
were not kept by )(
wisest and happiest the face of the
: on 3lRDarer.
Quaker City. Ution be _____
of th..reIIUIJ soon
very earth. at the bier of a man whosecourage
The Nub-Tropical very little heard of' it. ) and genius contributed the mostto l al1cs'( Fine Broadcloth, Rates !.!.,,o and S3: per day
Exposition has en. One of tie advanced for

reasons separating
it from and elevate it All Year.
free bondage to Open
yagod for of its attractions "
: one an ('Ipc.I. the race in railway cars was! that I
trie" irirl. What it wants, I is, a male. colored men sometimes took seats beside the rank of an independent 8nl1l1O\.t'rilln and -- --
60 45 inches wide
: Jnetlc"gir1. jiower. The regrets caused! by the death ,
Something that will draw white women with the veiw of annoying
of this great man, the memories aroused

I I. Scott Harriv n, brother of the Presi' them.of this It kind was should answered' be for all\ that is and sacre.1by $1.
I .lellt.-t>le<'t, is of nurse proud to nee bin with just as rowdyUm of any other WE I '
mankind, impel us to give expressionto "
'" '
brother ::1
elevated to the Presidency, but kind is.There. :
I lie U still firm In the Democratic" faith is not much probability that the event our which sentiments,deprives by(: taking the world part of in one an Worth from S1.75 to S2.S4S; NEYER !
bill will be referred to
panned.! It was a
f. After all the fuss, turmoil and anxiety committee with understanding that of its brightest ornament", and removesto
the realm of history one oft llie noblest t"
about lIarrlson'u'ahhwt informed it would) not be brought: forward aill. lives that ever hoium-d the human race. I ......INColl: (PLETEXES I l
I'hilapclpbia paper says there is no such The name of Washington: is inseparably ALL WOOL :
1" thing c'abillet.-that.lt. exists
an a in
only A NHW: FLORIDA IXIU'HTUY. .inltc l name. adonrt-, t this cloth| by his talents and \ of
. : The?cattlemen of Oklahoma aro opposed 1'h''at I 111I Seen at the HeinlTroplcul.7r the nobility ol' his Character and with COLORED HENRIETTA, Variety :1'1

t. to settlers.going into that territory.If ;> the Klitor III Jiiiinifr: virtues that even envy dared not as-tail. 1
;' : '(,lands were subject to anything History: oilers few examples of such ieIIDWII -
'' ti\ t like a rental tax, they would be less 1 Dnrititfiny ltt. visit I to your, "plendidKxHiNition (iieat: from. the outset of, his 4O inches! \\'iile%' \I
fr i' lioatile to the settler. | at O'-nla. .I.. was: .1'1\.1.' i to career, jiatnotic before hits nation, brilliant II.
L Hre amongst! other exhibittiie womierfnl I and universal despite the passionsand -Hood-&= m

. ; Tho dramatic' ('c'c'H"of- Little Lord enterpMNe and,l strides nui'lo by "The |>olitical n..sentnmeluts that would 55c. ,.. ,
.J 4 Fnuntlerny" brings the author tl.KX( ) n Florida Product) and ManuUicturingrompany : gladly, have checked his career, hid f fameis --- -- --- --
w eek. The ant hor is Mis. Frances Ilialgt ," of l-eesburg, and I think a t"-stab imperishable; fortune ,having. leSord'i Old Stand PuUir:! !' l 1

get liurnett, and her literary\ success! isnuid few! word; explanatory) of their beautiful consecrated his claim to greatness while
a not to have si >Ued IC'r. She is products (\\1\11 gaiheted I I bv myself the prosperity\ of a people destined for
still, iniHlel wife, mother and house from the uemal manager, Monsignor: grand achmeveutents1.the beat evidence Wiirtli 81.OO. S. R. 1i
r:, keeper Serge Mctlyrnn) would\ interest the readers of a tame' ever to increase. ,
of your wide, 'spread\ journal. His own country now honor his memory -
J. : A O.nnecticnt 1 man left FIIIIIM'tu) ( ) tle I; The'fiK'tory i is but a new coiu-ern having with funeral cerenmutties1: having --- -0-
\ t) one of his relatives who "had done the I I I "mil)' iit-e'u established, ,l some five or lost t a citi/.en whose public actions and
r- fewest day>' work in his lif*." The New I nix month It is comprised' ol mite Directorn. una.sMiining giandeiir in public life Wholesale & ;

York World fays' that the will was, fundamentally ftl'rwi'li'Ht-' : K. "1:. trt'l\ttit.lel l, weie a living example, of courage, wisdom Special Inducements in ---Dt\un.: : IXOCALA
l just.. It is the t foxy man, not treasurer, R\I.I l secretary, Mr. F. 11. \ and! unrtellii'lineH.s; and France --
the hustler, who need a fortune' to !H> \Voiidhoue tlli the general manager which (from the duwn of the American\

.i\? 4 given him by otbt-rs.. as U-foie stated. Revolution: hailed with h011l}> a nation II UarllwaI'I / 'l'' & i i
1" ss' -- At I"taut it has three department", \hitherto. unknown thtt1\" discarding Our Clothing and l
,' Our good frh"ri 1. :Major Itickbam, of vir.: l 1st. 1'ienening RN ml,, A hi're ismanufacture. they ices of Europe, which foresiiw all
, .j the Payton, (0.) Journal i is the happiest .! :Marmalade! ) Jellies, l' I.k- the :glory that. this nation would bestow,
. t1'' man in the United Stales next to dcner- lesandTomatoarepiewrvedb..ttl, on humanity, and t-ie "llli htt'lIll1l'lIt oi. -0-
r ail lIarrll< I : Ohio and he can strut and shout for Wine Department. In this interesting :'rom the novel character of the Department
. Uttlo ItreecheH, and which ho docs for room manufactured l Orange\ Wine: social institutions and I the new typo of
i'J nil it is worth. Ohio politics are always HOIIIl'tllilljlliko 3,000) gallons already lying heroism, of which Washington: and I
> maturing, the making of America models of the world '
" red hot. ______________ in stock were at
:WO( XX)
which) has required about oran large: -France, I rejieat, should depart Palace Dri !
I r.: The plight of the London Timr, is af gems' Of this wine cannot. sneak too from established) u.sigesand) do honor to IIIieiii&iiei'13io&
picnic for Ik-nnctt's London American highly, taking into consideration how one) whose' fame is beyond comparison C. :
:' jftrtild. The commission, it is said, has short a time it has been made, and I in with that of others. f
already cost the+ Timtn, a very large mini, ; my poor opinion I consider it reflects "The man who amid the decadence of -D---
,: : and'the civil suits' that will be brought the greatest credit upon its producer.' modern ages first dared believe that he U )
t { against' it will cost it several millions : ; could inspire! degenerate nations with
ir. iind its prestige( ]Ill'thapl4| will he detroyed I Mat-'an ) <] I courage to rise to the level of Republican
forever. ours,1a.rfuuiery|' and other produce, huh : virtues, lived 'for all nations and! -
..tll'l'fl'Ukllowu to himself! but extracted! I all centuries, and this nation, which 'first ..
, :: The Health. Hoard appointed l by iov- solely Irom' Florida's "Sunny:; South' saw in the life and ucccss of that illu.strious \ -AND-
"I ,J, error Fleming, coining I from the j, >luts dowers nod berries. The first of these man a foreboding) of his destiny-, :::::::::::::::1"B"! ::::::::::::: Retail

d ( most I y interefted-Tumja, Jacksonville is "Seinir.ole tiolden Uiltere rt most Itl"" and therein recognized a future to. be '' !I0
: I ..bd l'ensal'OJn-oullht. to give entirenatinfaction. I proprlate name, for they are indeed ut'a fl'I\IiZt'tllUltl duties to be performed, has '"
j> 'fho only complaint that rich golden color. The properties' of every right to class! (him as a fellow citizen. }SH11t(Es15Ei'RE'1. -
van be urged( is that till'ar..! appointedl the Hitters a high class tonic, .
;t t the Governor and not elected by the beneficialI to produce health, pleaMJig( lu |pnlall'. 1, therefore, submit to the First ........................................................................ ..... -ALL KINDS OF r"I .K.
eople.' and harmless, reminding\ one Consul the following decree liona- -HAS: TRULY SAID- -
______ ________ moreovei : -
ttomew hat of the world renowned ".\)- I I toile, First Cons-ill! of the Republic, decrees ................ ....................................................... OILS, STATIONl:
Parnellism and Crime," was the sub- gobtura: HiltThe second liqueur, I I j as follows: 'Thr0 Is a Tide lu the affairs of lumen which,
l c jHt of manv editorial of the Ixmdon is a cordial, a splendid imitation of the I I at A HTK I i K: 1 I. .A KUiue U to be Ctl'Ctl' to ieutr- .. .taken.ttt lu ebb Icadi on tu fortune,"...... -- AND-
WufchltiKton.AHTCI ? "''''' ''
'limtt The letters of Parnell on which well-known iretn Chartreuse: of French !: K .. Thor statue it to U glared, In one of AND i.Oil'\\ IS YOCiti'IIANCE: ::, i
It. editorials. were based by the. confession 'fame. This is simply made from herbs the "IUIUl' of furl, to lit' chovu)' the Minister (}RA>-J'n ATttSrK! FANCY

a t of Phrgott\ W(>I ti forgeries and the and plants, the color U'ing the natural or tile Interior mid It Htmll be his duty to execute ............AND........THE.........KOKTL'XK................;:..IS....YOURS.LISTEN.......:....'.........
newspapers'' of nil the world are" now one of the leaf. Manager Maly van, laid There the i>rt>Nvut Jecrv .. In Complete I I0

.*lirlntins. Timrmm editorials and Crime.under" the. head of great produce stress he abstain on the fact from that using! in all chemical his ion was ever was taken no evidence on this that h projiosed} any act.decree ..........................." ..........I................................. C
by Napoleon, and ills thatthe
drugs.' This\ in itself must greatly

; Time Savannah Xru very truthfullyremarka I enhance their To value, if only how in this a medicinal cordial s- press' matter of aflairs Yo a*at entirely that exciting forgotten time.in the Aupy .................. .',...........................,...........'.......... Headquarter We handle none for Wall but the Taper finest
that the United States is aei v M-nse. prove of the original of this '

bin country; that while the mercui UCif i has been appreciated) by the eouiiuany'sdirectora to Htatf'thatthl'Y |latter has U-en lately procured propheticState by ......... .......................... ............... ............. .... WRIGHT\
below zero in llInnt''tlForha! { is it is only necessary" Mr.I Tuck for t the Department of state.Don't i MR. FOX HAS Jl'ST STARTED FOR TilE PTBUC 8Qu..a : : :
enjoying tho 1110"'t' t delightful spring have named it the MalyvanCordial"'in ._. i XOKTIIKRN: MARKKTS.: AND WILL 1 >< 038V

weather. Yes Florida, is the place for : honor of him. Two other I I ............BUY...... ..."WHAiTlSU"... ............. ..-.. BlU..................
sensible people<< sod people that can afford serviceable articles! are, "Dentifrice Eli s- miss" the auction. ale to-night. ................
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the colors STOCK OF GOODS
It, to spt'iid{ their winters. ir" and "TIIIIl.t'hll' :\I', = == : ....
.. transpaicncy of" hidlo&r: simply lovely. ClnduuaU Timesur.u1 ................,.... : '".................. i ....THE t

C. T. CufluaanJ.' U. Walter, William They have I jnudun-d but one }perfume as: .\rrOI\' ......................4SI.....;..WtMlfcTIUVK.......,................................... j :::::;;: : : i
e 'Nickell and S W. tlranberry, yet, called "1'ho Ohceolu Perfume" extracted '"""""...................... ....-....-...-................................. :::::: 1 II

in tine Arkansas legislature! representatives from from what from the Fionda manager\ wild told( me plant, its, and NileesHVially JCXM''; TO PUT: THEM. ..............-............ .............,...M....
Vulaski' county! in which, nine ballot
\ | with, time fair sex) as been Mpr".lijlloulla. A I OF i i5l
boxed were II' 'n containing Urge!!: Keimblican tUl'lII:01'rim: \ to return. fora I i \

majoni: resigned' on t the' 18th I further I supply., ) t' ., I I TO SELL TIIE)(. ........-...................................... ;
-of February, and U. \\ Thompson, U. j ntad I -
11. Morehart, K.: J.Owens! and A. J. Rice" concluding w tth. this talented uiy pleasant gentleman conversation I un- .... ..OMK. :.MONEY. .TO..PAY. .FOR. .:THEM. :........ E8 GOODS"AT".i.l.II.M.P..1. '
Republicans, were admitted and itwornin : .1 L..LJ ... .....
aa memltcrs.- lie who believe derbtood him to bay that on his return, I' "tM> if f";you:;; 'wolf i{ anything In trie' 'of i iDRl .. !? } r-

that Democrats favor, condone and he will bring samples. of red ink, hair t lnL ............................................ .,.........way................ ..-._. .
oil, and a new i>erf>tme made from orange : ...........,........... ... .... M. .....
uphold make frauds a note at of elections thin. These, are requestedto men resigned blossoms, which he laughingly de- iHi; .L--' Ii I I ;[ 3GOODS... BLANKET::::: : :=.<........1... ........... i! I

became the Democratic Committee l'lltrt'twouhl take Ocala by torm. : (.'CLOAKS.\ \'. HOES= ANDOTOTHING I o--e f
on El6<'tlons, who had thlH'aMl' under 'II. H -- :::' :: :: "' ': ": .-.-I...............-....... i
consideration, were about to make a report I 1 I -..... -
unseating Chandler is granted a pension on I :
them.- account of his sore ear every Republican .j i ....M..M..-... .................. ... .............-- .TIL.X"..: .
The Senate of the Uniti; States" of today in the country will want his ear pulled ; -- .. I :: :: : i I ._......
I.1 not the name body that Clay and, and Illackburn will have to set up an ear I -" I Oo....
Welwtec and Calhoun di nitletl. Less pulling establishment I I. : OR ANYTHINU 1N OUR: Ll\KAT- I.1. ..
than a week ago the Tlmtt- Union published : -,0- ..
a card from Florida's senior Senator good Yews For the Ladle 1 :::::: VERYLOjar PRICES.:::::: -.1. =] ...

i In which ho denounced something : ... ... .._...
t Messrs. Hood A Nash'a fair milliner I t i. -.M.-.t.7----;
to and somebody liar. .
week Senator the wire a reported the that selfsame the- baa handsome returned attractions and they in that offer line.new and I COYE Altlil'ND I : .J&tLL YOU:?M._...... rI j\FISHE: : :

Virginia was mandlin drunk and ... ... .. ......
I that the Kentucky Senator. had !I BENJAMINw& FOX ''' .._,.. IG
pulled .. .. ... ......... ...... ...
the ear of the New Hampshire Senator. Mr. K. C. LovtriJge, of Silver Springs .. .. .. ........."....,
The weekly exhibitions of the Senateare Park, U to become a citizen of Ocala. : i j OCALA- : f t

better than a circus for the newspaper We have room enough\ for aU and ex- : --I:iFjF| jr'JJJ ji = :......--...-....-- '........-.....:. :
*. tend him a cordial welcome S l : : i

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I This Exposition, incorporated under the laws of the State of Florida opened at--



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::1 '(.. ":,}<. ; CLOSE MAY FIRST 1889. .e i Ii

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I ,,' Thid; will be an Exposition of Pomolopical, lloitiuiltuial and Apunltuial. products of Flnrilat and her soils, timbers, uooiK minerals and. li\e stock, and 1 in addition articles
I and products of general interest from nil :States and countries. Entry is! open to the world for the! display! of its product! No charge foi' entries noi : space! for the ptoducU or M
I ';:uanufactures of FIOJ'hl\:
;;: ,1't.' The lni.ted.! States Experimental; Station for nnpnminent and de\elopment: of products indigenous to this "section has been: ]located contiguous to our exposition ground
'f I. ,.\ JtV:'We invite exhibits!\ of all descriptions: particular' those pertaining to the arts. nuH'hanius) and'a. iicnltuie. Rnamnteeinj uniform conitesj to exhibitors.! : .

,j I I : ,t;r.. ., CASH PREMIUM LIST, $3,500. 1!11 11.A' {

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"". WILSON, President \\'M L FOX. First! Viee-PreMdent IU H )KNIGHT) Second Viw-President" ].
C. "". CAMPBELL, SU., General Manager G. h. M.VYO. TiiM."'urer. J. O. 01.\RKE, Secretary. N. r


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Paid Up Capital, -- AuthorIzed Capital, CAPITAL>> STOCK SfiO.OOO.OO( ( )( ( ----I NCOII1'1,1'1'1LESS- .1
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$50,000. X } $150,000. SURPLUS :ijr o.oo () I 01'' STOCK

= 1' } H.eiltHI\.l're: Duality 'if Goods, and Low Prlcoa.Ix .
1S.w.AaNtw,1'rea. d .........................-..-.. OFFICERS: I
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A. McINTYRE: C2-III.: :: living nr/w fitabluhfd in vur\nnis\ and tltgaiit Hank luil anti tnlufttctum to all. 101 Sl-M
SURPLUS1,000.00 General Canting &u,;t.,M traimicliil. Jlxcfianye Imight anti,loid ,

-A tOMi'LKTi: : : LINK:-
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One of the finest and best equipped, banking house! in the Mate owned by the '"
bank. 'We have special! facilities for inakin.\ Collections on all acufwihle Iointa. -orHARDWARE-
We will extend every courtesy! and! favor to our t'ustoim! (consistent with sate F. DUNN, .
all business entriiHte! l to nsI
and l careful attention to !
banking,and shall give prompt CHAS.HIIji.VAUKH: J.A. EI.NKTKIN: ,
I We so .t your BANK ACCOUNT and all business In our,line. and IIA1t\'EY KNIUIIT.)1.. INDEItsON: ,
|guarantee entire satisfaction. J.C. PKHINE: :, L. M. 11IAYKK: ..y.
CORRESPONDENTS : SasliJoorsBIillds II D] Ii M ;j jX.a
[Importers & Traders National Hunk, Now York X. Y.; s

outhern Bank of Georgia Savannah. CORKEWOXDEA'ISt
IQJ'' Special Correspondents in all important cities mthe| West. -\1-
dect .YatioMl Park Dank ffne York.
I of Mavtntf fiatwnnl flunk: of Dotlcm. a
National Bank of fmvannah Ctorpvt.flanking. A. E.
nwlO-W l.ooinilu : Company, Is/uimlU. Ky .


-THE -I''OU WANT (, $)R1 is rue-

lain Street...,-.Ocala--, Fin. DoaIa! Bows D Depot I' -Drug Line- .<...: .(:.: ,::.1',

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Th Hotel o Tin: PLACE TO .r "'I
-_-..................................................."........................................................... ARGESTISTOCK FIND THEM PIANOSMasical '.; "

-.. :::::FIRST-CLASS IN ALL...........RESPECTS..................................=....-...- -ASl- -Ia AT- --ANDS .
N.N1N..1N.FINN.NI.N1.N.1NN..N..N.N.N. c.- Lowest Prices I ItN DR. -DELOUEST
trioIxile: w every room, lot as f eolj batlu. G1nvr'rlimJA ntnple f'ooN .
', t wvrciIJl Jrarrfm. 95 room AVw brick howe.a** veto I fumilljrt. .inj Bior---o-In SOUthern ITortJ -(\VWT SlDK RQrUL-) iDstraments!

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FerAnnam Subscription, Rates, ,, OntlPb i it topl 1 ln c.n"ta'k' : '. 1 tI .
H no. .which \1 .
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Blx Month*. 1 I 1 : lI'at.
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: with the prices we are
1' Three Month. 1 2'1: !: figures and T'ou'll
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A uicnlgaa chlropodlrt li making; atrlunpbal 1'
progress a> "William the Corn

A s Thomas Wilkinson, of Vernon, N. Y., bat
a beard Bv* feet long, which be wear tacked -1
ader his vet. ;=

A nun named Life hat been appointed EYES "l
postmaster of a Virginia town. 1U will bavn ,

nothing to du wltb dead letter .. .........."....".- -
The C'hamplou economist of the Nineteenth I ; ;; ; :; snt ; wide awake examlns- }
1 century live* In Fulton county, On lie has i i They'11 bur ttwpwtlon> or B lt\
t bit socks and gloves. made Irom hii own hair i The children i .
i "oin yoYurm 'and shut\ I.i I.
Pine City, W T., claim to have the small. i what I11 send you.' Vi K
. \ set living woman She ts 27 years old, twenty- open and
1 : s nine Inches tall and weighs thirty.three )1iI
'4 pounds T. ROWELL t'"

;i' A Texan who ts blind deaf crippled| and ,__I I'it
t savage offered 11,000 to any worn in "ho ..
! would marry him, and he had received: nine SELL YOU !
, 1I applicants In two weeks

( At a young men's debating club In Rod .M. .............................. I a
t Bluff', Cal, the following; question was due \ the breath. That'sl I
. cussed: "Docs a chimera ruminating in i are playing I it for all it I.I is
h C vacuum devour second Intentiutisf It broke I tear eiaminatlcn:prices'
up the club i ; bargains that can't be

r At Boottdale, Pa., the other day a brakeman I :: :.at. |__..__...... ....-- I .,i ir it
s\ fell between the cars of a moving train. '
lie counted 1 sixteen cars and a caboose as they
.. fiassed, uver him and then jumped| up and .
took hfc place again at the brakes. lIe was
not scratched.At .

" % Plymouth irises, workmen while sinking f'I i
a well found about ten feet below the
surface numerous large timbers that are sup-
, d: '. }Med to have teen portions of a bridge) built ( uuii ijJalUl j i .
early in the last century. The Umbers are j
oily very slightly decayed.

' An Canton, Par, woman bought a pair of ) ..tTED] I I)0 {
Shoes and at home found a small pune nct.
ling in the toe of one of them. It contained ) (-
11,200 In negotiable bun.la. She found the
owner, who refused to believe she bad lout i
the bonds at tint, but was soon convinced. $500,000,00 iTI

An assistant to a Connecticut plumber, .. "
poured a small quantity of water into a pot maId
of hot lead, in order to satisfy a doubt in his vam
is now prepared to sell Stock.
r mind as to what the effect would be. lie feet from I1II upwards,and lc-, S
.}+ wasn't seriously Injured, but likely to carry Lud' Orala. lion I
a reminder of the experiment to the grave of Stock of One i <
ten contiguous lots VtiMOeeCjR
with him
rail upon or address t Poe
Thirty-five years ago George M. Woodruff, .
Mayo Gen'lUang.
of LatchfleU, Conn., cut his initiAte on the \i 1
limb of an apple tree They disappeared in Block, OCALA, Fu.J+: f art
, time, but when the tree was cut down and 13 thlt .
I split into firewood not along ago the Initial
were found four inches from the surface leer| -
fectly distinct.
a In the little town of Ajveoues, In Franco,
al t
r- there are forty-two young marriageable girls; :INTlg-- i;
. and only three young men who are caudi r
. dates for tiiilrltuony, and one of these has
proved recreant to home influence that L.. ndt
t is about village.to marry a girl belonging to u neighboring \\ Clock Jewel

\ Tilflo'id'n ,
Some time ago Matti Fennell, a young .
woman of Santa Barbara, CaL, had some .,.5- n
lemon Juice nccl lentally spilled over her NB it
a hair ou one side of the head. Since then the .
hair on that side has become perfectly white,
and thri. ends of the hair ctrl, as though -0- a
ti Ire&wd with a curling iron. .. .. ....

John Simmons, of Galveston, found good A .T. WN..MLOTMr. i \ : a Specialty. > "
abed pearl in a dish of raw oysters a few .I. ,
days uoe. lie placed the pearl In a collar FOR -0-- ,
box In his budruom. Two days later he fount: i
the pearl a 'soft grnyikh mass with a n* I $25.00. : I ( WEST SIDE OF SQUARE)
If is the it .L. ]
center. a finder placed on pearl ............. . ........ ... .... 8m31-M
becontts hard and the red spot disappears. ,
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A St. l..oul..ut'hl": wrote! "I am U<: jcars

old an old. 111, tfUupilat<"IK lit yours*1, tottering i would fossil have been 1 have 70, := TTHISOKFKR: ::[ :( {:!:;::is: :frI J ::;: : :! L ]I : :: : TITLES-:

played the world out and it don owe me a .
cent. \I've had more fun than a mule iu acorn
field, and I've got enough. Therefore I & ADAMS
t will cheat the course of nature Mid jump the<
I time to come." The first in the hell r New 1 COMPANY.
the I
adjoins Semi-Tropical Exposition -s -
A Korweglan wood chopper near Carson
I City, :;ov ,trade: \ an ingenious, USD of uu acci only. The property H elevated and \ TO tR7
e dent lie discovered a leak iu one of the The proposed "dummy hue," when( THE IAC1S
mains of the water when a jet was
t company[ paid for on the installment! plan, ifh' ; -
forced out under enormous pressure. After of tho IJvNNKK will Delect lots for ;
experimenting ho found that this would cut : ; OCALA noun
wood equal to a !tine saw, so be sut to work I II. L. Anderson, or_-'address- II. L. : : :
and now males: handsome brackets of choice 3ja3m
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woods which 11 nd a ready seta

t J. W. Smith of 1'itUburg:, has recently nv- W. W. CONDON'S ,
covered fion a trance, after !being uncoil I -THE-
scious for tUrtx weeks. lie tint en>ermiioe though lit were In a Jreanv. \ *' in the
New Jewelry Store City0
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This condition 1 liutnl' several days, w heu Le
lost cousclouinefc and wan pronounced lead -- \
p and his funeral arranged for Signs of life Shines replete with everything in
were aft kept alive 1 1>J'hypodermic iujectiousof brandy
for 'oun-I'lf.. 1 ,
and beef tea -&_ _
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Strings :JMuslcal Instruments n :McK\Y, a,, 1
All Work on repair of (' ,sets ami] UatclcsCliiarsutced AND BUILDER
= ,
Sunset Cox Is very fond of French com '
Rhelnauor's Old Stand. S AND ESTIMATES
j: eJj aud light ox>ra. (1CS131UDRS.G.H.SJ.C.PER1NE .

Senator Ingulls likes comedy but be it on. Application! _
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-,. also food of bbak kK
+ Senator Uoagau Is fond of the opera, and' .
does\ Dot mind it it is only oouuc opera, ] : Orauge anl Sixth."-.

either. Rosldont Dentists. FLORll
,', Tim Campbell goes to the tbeatre when.ever MERCHANTS' N\1IOXIL.IIWK BUILDING :.4\I8:\
a New York play u ou. U" I sits right OCALA FIXmiDA.AH .
"' down iu the bald beaded row '
branches of ilenlUlry Teeth flllM! aud '
Senator Cullom of Illinois one of the pirt-erreJ. Roots r"\wnt.'d with pon-eUlu or roldtrettt A MIFARL.IXE,
most ludtfatlgabl theatregoers. lilt is tau ArtlflcUl neuiMra( one troth to a full set.
r'trtctly nl-clam l dentistry' ra.xtorsw prires DL4LCU IC!_
any seem on all the leading first Wgbta&uator
TOOTH row t'1& 4 stvouat.TY
Gray, of Delaware, frequently RM< --
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to the theatre Uu favorite: entertainmentbold
Un lish comedy, of which b* gets try I'or Sale -0-

little. In asbiugton. One tine lV\onolurecow. also one new ,,p Tlllni >CoMPmE
Peufciur Iliscivk It sometltues seen pn.tt1weU double 5Ufn>1. Latest stIe. One new sin Low Pwcw.:
down In rout at Eujlikli opira. II. is ton aide bar buji one new Horace Im 110M
also partial to Suakespear, but it must be Jonnaon spindle anJ one new two wheel
well dons to suit him. road l cart, .11'14) one pair well matched, X. D, .
Senator Enrta goes to lee Joe Jefferson medium sized young muleo and seteral" -
whenever bs plays "Th Cricket ou the good driving and work horses, also ev : !( amD.ra6x0x.
JIe&rtbaDd some peopl imagine they sea a eral excellent saddle ponied for sale at t .
sort of .......bl&D08 between the gaunt o4 very low price for cub. E.ROOT, .t:..0&rJ'. lock, OCAL.\
New Yorker and Jsffmoa'i Caleb flummw. dfeblStd Livery & Sale Stable UN'rlfD08 111 11etA.

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