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: April 9, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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-- OCALA FLA.. TUESDAY, APRIL 9. 1889. ] I

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-- -- The official docket present the following DIRE I CT O R Y )

It wan Evolution In Theory-Muni- cases!' this.nlorniug : _

call jr Evolution In 1'ratice. Hiram Williams, colored, driving at a CITY OFFICERS,

The complimentary tendered President speed that endangered; citizens; (5 and Major-Dr. The*. I'. Gary t

,.. _a Wilson last evening at the Exposition cost. The same for disorderly conduct Clerk-8.Yarahal-C.: A, Hill K. Hall'.<'lI. .
was attended by several hundred on the public street and using!' profane ('oU'-'t'&or-F.I'.Oa.\ou.

persons, and they enjoyed in an envia language, fl and cosU. Ammttor-1>. K.: Mrlvrr.Tmuurvr .
I L- ble dettre* the short hat highly interesting Frank -, drunk and disorderly -K. K. fnowdm. '

/ lecture Mr. Wilcox on "Evolu conduct, |12 and crots. It appears that City' Altornejr-OUiT.iiwen.or l\u1\rU-Jno. K. Puna. ,'
+ tion" 118 seen in Florida history Frank is accustomed to toy with brick Hoard of Aldcnnen-J. T. Inn t.... W. A Red A
While the distinguished and learned and when he occupies his skill In placing J. lAiicsrtvr. A. Rowels, h.. K Root. .
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IIII and W. U .
Smith II. \V nsundter, I. Brow
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_xa' 17i lecturer is not an extremist on the subject !!: them in the walls of buildings It is .

((1; li1f311ir ; t as are Huxley and Darwin, and insist all right. and every thing: la serene, but sanitary In"J>''&" -W. T. King. I
I that man has graduated from the when be gets the brick in his hat instead COUNTY OFFICERS

j t Y1 monkey, yet is confident in h'is mind of his hands, ill fares his luck in County Judge-Klehard\ McConelhy.County '

.t and his well arranged, striking and convincing the Mayor's reception day. Clerk-.I. A. Miller.
arguments demonstrate that Horace MrCall, Impending travel ; $1 Plirrltf-K. Te N'tlllams.

everything on the earth, and in the sea and costa Horace, whose name appears (Am:X.lIloctor-ll.Mor -J. U T.. Mathew vfirtinanii. Cltra.TrvaAiirvf ttr ,

has ever been and continues to be a in Ocala's ollkial documents, is not the *$.J.I. I'ylea.Kupvrltitetideiit .
7 subject of change, either advancing in Roman poet who constructed examoter of I'ublle In&rucUon-l.t.
the degree and order of its being, or verses and sang of the .glories of Faler- } *(&uity; le{>tuinliaoncr:: -ll. W. Lon .: W. P.

; 4 changing its form and structure for the rian wine, but he who chaperones the I Trantham, M, It. Kou, .... a. I>rrtn, W, P. WU-
better or the! worse-never standing at Ill. guests of the Mired llou,,*> to their luxurious II.mMnr, .
It was progressive or retrogressive apartments and Iwds of donny The In County every mouth.OumRilmianen meet the (\mMoo.d.r

written all over nature, and man the case, and his offense consists of obstructing ...cboollkArd-. T. Wartmann ;
uPESED.OTocdL.l) ttarNLJI.
FLA JANU.IRYth, ISM king of the Univerve was no exceptionto with too much literal fret, not poetic M. a MiMwr. A. K. .Jnd.: *.
: month.
the universal rule. ones, the platform of the F. K. A N. hchw Hoard meets lint In every

'OG T OF HOME NEWS H} "n ASH 1'IIESEUVK. lie spoke of the hetbiferous mastodonsthat when trains arrive and he Importunes| COUNTY BOARD O1'HEALTH.

existed in Florid and in Marion and attempts to relieve the travel stained Pre- 1'. Gary. ..,
------ --- Important to Everyon>Ileeldent county, ages ago. Ol the elephants, tourist of his well\ tilled grip. This oh. H crtary-lil K. II. Bfchar l on.

B, I. BITTLVGERClty Editor. and Tat Payer.OOALA whose teeth and bones denoted that in struct ion is against: the rules of the railroad M.Membtrc-Dr.H. Mooer &nI1lJ.1).II.A. Irvln.Smith, Anthony, Merv, '
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-- -- --- -- statue they were twice the size of the company and Horace paid the

I'd n't you rail on "Y" the jeweler. FLA., April, 1889. largest of the present day. Of the bonesof penalty.In lre ldent BOARD-J. ... Dunn OF TRADE

d&fcbtd About the first of October next send horses that one in those days would this connection it may be well to Vice ITwIdent A. Wratben.hecrlry s,
me description of your property in make three of tho present in size, also Mate! for the information of the general -Wm. Fox
okd erate Memorial Day occurs on Fla. find that horses than reader that the cloud that loomedup hoard oGoveruon-A. I'. Man Jr. O.?Kbetn
jJ: 11. Marion county, as you it on perfect no larger a dog, war liner, Jno. F. man, J. II. 1.llIp&Oo.8. .1&..
your tax receipt, E'llclose. i 08ta18 stamp existed at the same periods.The so portcntionsly yesterday afternoonand ealheri.. Wm. KOI and 8. W. Moody. S r

or 7a Farmers' Alliance have with your letter, I will send! you a learned scientists displayed the was the theme of general discussion, BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIA
Ie ba.r in trust. statement of the amount of your taxes. bone of immense whale, which was has dispersed and white winged: peace
You can then send! the amount anti I discovered in the calcarious deposits of floats her banner again to the breeze.At TION. 1.

JI ittie L Bro n'g spring millinery will send receipt. the Ocala Lime Company's works, showing first thought it would seem strange Vice 1'11'I'rr.ldent4.'eo&-.C, B. Wllmer.1. Imlmieit.

which was postponed,occur toe This will prevent annoyance and i that those monsters of thedl'ep, werea that any differences could arise betweena 8 :1I'&aryan.J Tn-.u..r.-lJOl&w Fox. .:
worry. Very respectfully j later inhabitant of the land, than the coon anu a fox, yet the badge of authority IkiartJ ol Illn'C&ora-J. T. lAncanU laaao ateflbtna O
II. T. WABTMAXN, animals previously referred to. lie also laid the latter low, and that I. Brown, U, FUbcl A. E. Doloueat, U. D,
B. Lev spent yesterday at Silo Col'torofTaxefl. displayed teeth of the bfood-thirsty tiger Simeon, of the tribe of Benjamin, with Zachar I.. and K. 1&. llurford. r .r

ngs and will give his impres -:-- I evidencing very large, powerful animals, all his powers could'nt prevail againstthe OCALA RIFLES

I that lovely and romantic spot Mr. Wartmann is conducting the I :ouna in Mr. Agnew'a lime quarry. But zeal and might of the i-ity. It is CaI' ,--ieo. A. Kauri. t
the columns of the litte daily.! affairs of his office in a moot efficient these are almost incoherent, rambling a case of where too much choloriccause Font I.ieuU-nant-K. H. McDonnell.Heoond .

stenlay's:! issue-rte-- said M JIB'hursJav and on businesslike principles, and is links in the perfect chain of his essay. a most examiilary, citizen to lose Forty MetiiU-ra.Urutenant; ; K. William A t'yi4

1 / would fcintt in Jackson doing! all in his power to serve the taxpayers The gentleman who is a man of very the lease of his judgment, and permit ;. FIRE COMPANY j t

read : of Marion county. fine presence, but retiring, modest and wild and unrestrained impulse to run
night It should! .1 .
st rblef-T. I) I.ancaiUT.
la blushing aa a sweet sixteen year-old riot and it does struck
of Thursday. as invariably : a 'Ol'elDan-Waurtl' lihvlnauer.
nmA' Irhnrsby 1 Hotel Arrivals, maiden, laboring under a bad cold, read snag of discomfort' and bites the dust of Flat auUUut-lx>uU Volk.

nuccessful cigar rnanuI OcUA posse, Apr. 8.-W. Hawkins, in a very pleasant voice the essay referred defeat. But the ripple has rippled and Second anlitanl--W. II. MaxthalL q

|rnesour Jacksonville! this morn- to
lure went help] to fill the large York ; 0. K. Jones, Valdosta, Oa.; Mrs. and was heartily applauded at his close landscape of amity.
o ecure extra received from a large S I). Gooch; W. S. Gooch, Louisa. Va.; showing his effort was very much ap HOOK AND LADDER COMPANY.
dklit Ig order A. J. Miller Augusta, Ga.; O. ii. Blood 1, preciated.Then Dr. II. S. Paisleyone' of Ocala's accom htoeldent-Abrem Palmer

,Y fork cigar house. X. Y.; J. 0- Clarke, city ; George W. followed the musical program, plished dentists, with his better half has Furemaii-\\ lkt lleuu. i

Williams, tiers. Bennett ands Wilson; Oaklawnj Mist A. A. Crane, which was excellent. The band, the gone to Citronnelle, Citrus {'' & to AullUn-WeIlIIUcharclton.. e"
Iri Mary Twenty ucubora.TULULA
[ Kim, came up MisaS. .;. Fullerston! Miss 31 1. Pfeifer, fair songsters, Miss Lesser and Mim visit his brother-in-laws Dr. Dunkley.
; II irfoe, of Crystal i look, after the interests.tr Boston, Mass ; I-:. Wartman, Citra ; J.Hurnhv Minnie Gamsby, coming in for such with whom he will visit for several, LODGE, NO. aa, I. O. O. K. ,

!TIling to her magnificent dw- Bancroft, Can. demonstrations of delight from their weeks, when Mr. and Mrs. P. will leave .[MerU every Tneiiday eveuUm.)

IS ronnh Semi-Tropical.in MosTE/CMA( HOTEL, Apr. 8 -D. E. Arnold 1'earers that an enchore was had, to for Birmingham, Ala., to spend the W. H. C hallle, N. U.
.a the Silver Springs Park ; A. L. Eichel- which they graciously responded with summer and look after some very valuable W. M. rhliru, f'4'l'etafJ.

@l4 unfortunate accidTJit to Ir. Robt. herder, Panasotfkeej" ; Jusentiilcox, such sweet and ravishing notes of harmony property,, the Doctor potwiwics in that All visiting brothers cordially liiTlted. r ,

II wa much more "erIOUS than atportl'd .Philadelphia ; L. J. HaMey, Orange that all said we had operatic flourishing manufacturing city. OCALA CHAPTER NO. 13, R. A. Ml

As we go to press the sad Avenue, Ocala ; George T. White, Bine Thursdays at home. Mr. J. M.-Place-and wifTTof Harrisburg Ocala Cbaiiler, No. 13. R. A. M, Couvocatk
( reache us that it is alrrrottt Springs ; F. L. Drew and wife, Branford, Prof. Colb\"sl'Ornrt solo, was most artistically flint Monday night to every month.
Ii .enCe for hint to Ih'e. Fla. C. Q Nevi't, Hernando county ; J. rendered, while Miss Kate Pa., who made Tapt. Welsh, of II. W. LoMfl, II. p,
lo&ibllity! H Savage; Oxford, Ala.; G. 0. Jones, Gamsby's piano solo was equally merito WeUhton, a visit, were in the city to-day J. B. FKIZIK, Ncretary.PRESBYTERIAN.
left for LePCoattend Stanton.; hut took the noonday train for their I
following persons city C. i';. Conner, : rious. CHURC
school Pennsylvania home. Mr. Plare in
Sunday Mr. E. Hutchin's baratone solo one
State cannot
the to; day at llon't Forget be of the leading editors of the Ktyttoite Ray W II. (kTWAI.D. I'aitoi r ,
too highly following
convenes praised,
otion which Habbath ivrvlcvi at 11 a, II. ami 7 r, .
State and of the Jarrisbllr7tugram Sunday
entertainment publisher
vv Isaac I S 1\'eD8, I Uon't forget that the which those who loved and enjoyed .
a., E. Fierce, School at 9 ik) A. K.; Vt dn day evening lectureat
,'lace and )Ir. and 1r8. S. S. for the benefit of the Ocala "Nlties takes dancing, indulged in tripping. the light one of the most ably edited 7.;IO. Seats Nee Tile public cordially invited ;
' 'i1Iiam at their armory. The and widely circulated journals in that
place! tonight fantastic to their heart content, ending EPISCOPAL
Ii game. competitive drill will.be full of interest. i a very pleasant and enjoyable evening. State, ranking in power and influence CHURCH
is!.'are of the 7imrtn band will discourse with such noted the Philadelphia .
.,'e bv a late Prof! Colby Exposition papers as R... c. H. WILMIB, Hector.
( Denial Association while for those ItAUE ANI) UAtiY. limn Press and Record Mr.
that the Slate ; delightful music, Services every Huuday at IM< a. ut., and 7.15 p.
j meet in this city Ezecuj ho "heart hole and fancy frees' a Place is much pleased) with Florida. m. itandaH time. Seats free, ;Huuday School
not only two of the e are Retreat" will exist, presided J. II. C urr1'. Herlu Coiulo Lectured at t p. m., W. II. Cbambt'rlaln, |> i1iilaudent.
10 because the "Lovers
i mmittemuW fund to sign over by two of Ocala's fairest and sweetest at the Exposition: building on the nightof Notice, -

Will Dr Full'r ri41"" sfld explain. thter.. the llth inst., at the request of the A large black mare strayed from my

---Park, im i unto It will be an eventful evening, ma.tledoubll.o Citrus county delegation; '' I.augh and residence in OcaU. If taken up, let TRAVELER'S GUIDE.

okst .FruillanJ Lake's bv the presence of every citi- the world Laughs with you, Weep and me know or any information will bv lib '-- '}
io his effortS keep UP city. We are determined to you weep Alone." But go and laugh, fHI\ erally rewarded.DaprdZlwl +
l bit to illl hlgh !state of are perfection broulfhtim give the Rifles aD ovation. merry, brighter and happier, when you \V. T. KIMJ.Wanted. Schedule of the S. S. O. ft 0. R. R. .,

a seek fresh tlQ\\'el'i and hear the brighter, better beaming side Arrive from HomoMUMi. S:45: r M i
e nruK I.t. Itaf. of this dark world represented. .cave oasis for Hurn.ai.M. va: ) A M '
and t odefloral display IS rerof and 17th the drnflgl.Unoui Kiurniii at.............. ... ......?.__? AJUU r M
thegrr April the- 16th.. ......- _._,,,,... Citrus County iSl/ir please copy. Twelve young lads (rom nine to thirteen Leave kola for Hoiou*****.. .? Ito r M y .
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.'t' !-(; [httoneEState; o inlC( Florida i in those
)!I'. lpiD.'OntriC nianaKeent,, setting apart The Exposition management is determined J. O.<:UU&. Btc'y. Schedule
( of the State.
the u' in (Orala yesterdynovlasta0 days pJ-armacisU! in ot to make the tournament one of Purenljer south bound .,...,...,,. il2: A Moulh
Deloneithw receipt anllmber
ht with the following Dr been the mot attractive days of the Expo-! Delightful Excursion Dall,. bound ..?._.MMH |::4i f tt
[ ,: ; Geo. letters from different i parts Silver and Ocklawaha Paueneer e' .. 6:07
turpentinefarm i of ion and a large number of I people will Springs Itiver ?? m
for their! \\ IIlam! Waller.!''i the State, making inquiriesthe i in the city to witness it. steamer Eureka"Captain Coon, leaves Frsiabl ....._..M..n S'00 r MDOI1M e

1 year: onth5 BeD sis intention of the write ..- The following prizes are offered : for Grahamville after the arrival of the BOVMD.
\ ..il m : ent Ocala welcome th. and trust First price-One hundred dollar. in morning train from Ocala and returning Ps..enger arrives la Ocata,..,,....,....,.-. fi 07 A M L
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-- in in time far to connect with Freight :.:.::.: -
T' S, C. when they meet our city they will 'gold.<< passengers .?. 9.07 4 M

learn tbroll'/':/) tTiin De Kennedy, have a pleasant and profitable time.A second prize-Fifty dollar In gold. evening train for Ocala ; 26 mil en-fare puwugrr WJU lion'111, >Tuwn .ticket.._'.1R/.r M
f fr, wir er -- from Oral and return, SIN d8feb2m
: at! ntjl I& t Mistake Which Almost<< Proved CLOSING OUT
1ugh'ttChoni bllhewl! on F. S, R, R, Time Table {
I"J. ( Fatal Hoarding house to Itent at Crystalhaver.
551e1eJ Caro- Stock Hale at E. loot A
!! his South Company'sHtable MUTH "\111 ilParcnaer +
t at to learn that Mr. Robert .
bOOkadirl We re.tttt
intelli *
was an arl vei In OoaI _,._....
(He A large and commodious I.M r M
.t't'k. took through a mistake a dose boarding
last ial l nature Murrell We will offer for sale for the next .
[ a brillht Marion mun- of carbolic acid I hut night, and for sevenhours thirty days fifteen head of good driving house, with servants' house, stable, yreeht'I. .. .... ::::::::::::::: Len :
rlenltt in etc. to rent Address to ..,_..._ .
yard, term I I
many of bit deatb.I war in a deranged state of mind, I and work horse at much less than their on easy < 4
to hear but this morning is. very much betterand value. Do miss this Mita. hay WILLIAMS, HOT aovno.n .
wdf-----I lights will come around all right in a dayor i present not opportunity m29dlt w3t Crystal Hirer, Fla. r&Mf'bcer' arrl," Oais) ..__......... 7:114 M
: In'al to buy a good horse Our
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'of Ot."I, tbr only ,"iolation o two. I terms are cash. K Boor A (>on Ye 'r .. .. :::. :... U-30 A M
That's what I Hald. to.
that offirial .
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id 1E'l'ttrdlY \\roll bAni! or Change of Schedule. Livery Stables, Ocala, Fla. -It06a JC .
tht the are "ja k.Ju' Southern Saprd A w IJT I have several very fine Villa Franca
'* "blind tj"eh" The Florida passenger' noon i lemon buds fur sale at f 3 thousand
11&5 nker4dais. reach Ocal aa follows Southbound Ater ,
war bat trains now Dr. Van Hood left his hone standing tJt.'lfliet'e i
city varieties of
'' and the i some orange cheap. TUB
pll"dens north ound. 12-25; HOUSE
or 1.35: p m.. p.
esrltemnt, in front of the pout-office the beat ,
f Budding} a specialty, of rterenl'fJllIIIVt'n *
ride o earn other at the Y" forth 1Piterdar.
never bear a thatcrow m.. passing! morning while he pawed to get ; on application.E. .
In ads asp of the F. B. A Jf. crossing instead of --
who otf ceg The horse, with buggy attached, left D. COATKM,
11011'to the O Ptalo' Reddif aa without permission, and at such a rate: &apr6t wl Stanton, Fla. JACKSONVILLE, FGA-- '

fpsa iettlemPn' Didatl Did II Did. III of ftp***! that when he turned the cornerat
i'en by the pu. of bid for the erection Zachariaa old grocery stand on Magnolia Save Your Money.Be ....... ..
v reception
If.olDI The
1b.IDDual torlt aradern11aat Ocala Graded School build. street, the vehicle turned too, and sure to call at the second hand .
othe w'" Hous4 drew a err of the nets be dosed Wednesday by the time the fleeing steed struck a store under the Montezuma Hotel, be CeoUallloeatod on fWrrtb Streel Uiweea
ill Petrol a0eyrrv log will poaiUreJr at the stable block east the Doc fore Ooea aa4 five, _.
Marva Oar colored tree a you boy anything; you may ned
of ApriL
1 the'itIJIIiIf! wa ... apr'- the 10th _. tor's noble boggy was a mingled and You will find new and nearly new furniture 18 AGAIPf OPEN

Ltfb rroiww school; B. R: YOSOE A CD,The Ocala Plam- splintered wreck. Mora]-Never leave crockery Lamps, pictures and In
V the We ben. r.u aDd examine their ane stock your horse standing around on the pub- short it I Is a medley store and the only -

r the1dIiI and i t good wort at reasonable price (lie i street without pasturing him to a real bargain store fn town. Older MW aaacesMat, epelaa lad......" (fsad
s reduced ranee b enaa-.D&
progress gwKa
dSldeclm bitching post 8Apd3wl. Ma* 7. U. UAKM$. peptte11

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? OC.JLA DAILY MANNER TheCallfornlaCltrojtraphandFlor. The Magnitude Of our Orange (ijr : r
, In-I The President'. In llhyme.BV Palace Dru
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S OCALA, FLA., APRIL, 9, 1889. esteemed eontemparary, the Giro- Major Geo. U. Fairbanks[ In a paper{ rlO', ,i M. wanton.Thl. .

graph, of Rl'dlandllCat irornla, quoting read before tne Pomolojrioal: t A"ociaiion : recited by the history clan, .
what the HAKXIR said of the prices of at the tecent meeting n> (knla.iJ< : in '!, piece will be of the Ocala -o.--=-
I' P. E. HARRIS, Editor. orange lands in California as comparedwith I reference to I the magnitude of the, ur. In concert at the elo-lng exercises

--- -- ------ ----- the price in Florida. hits back at ange business in Florida, that one railway Jraded fll'hoolln May : I great. WHOLESALERetail
q } us with the following quotation which it car will carry the product of twen George WM called Y1 to hlneton.fill the the chair gncet of\!and state ;

claims was written by a brother Floridian ty-live acres of cotton> but can only carry And stood first In therre i nt'll1n'e. _
of ours!: the product: o: a !single'! acre of or In seventeen hundred and '''Rll'Jrnlne'Two AND-

f The buslneni of orange growing Is already Hires.. A tfiove whose product is 10,000 t rrnn the knew honon and well loved he him hire molThl' \. !IBe
overdone. The amounts about 8.IOIUOO boxes' of 1 Drugs
1 crop, oranges will furnish freight fora Immortal fume, no noW!>' won,
-, companies boxes,or 4 have).fJOO.1 bad oranges.all tb.rcounhJ4Iolo The tranHportatlpii handle train of thirty-three loaded cars. This Attends the name of Washington.

G the crop and !the season at the North ha teen illustrates the commercial advantage of Then ARm! with a ,tatp ni n's skill.Did .
;f favorable to a large consumption.ottxtrwlM the orange growing in building and sustaining the > ] will.
crop would have been calamity rather than a Iee exwute i IIt'Ipll1h' work begun --ALL KINDS OF--
railways. estimate the And M-rond
blessing. Thounands or boxes of oranges have crop .
r decayed In the orchard and the highest price of Florida at present at three million From nim'tyeMn toelrhtyonf.Then railed to be STATION'EItYTOILCT
paid on the ground hoe been I1I.er t box:, wane lazes, it requires ten thousand carlalds. The ruardiiin Jl'tfl'fCon, of was our hl,<"ty. OILS,
very many have been sold lit 00 tents a boi of 300 boxes to the car to move the crop. And bold\ third place In thin new I line --AND
' .- Heretofore the enemies and. rivals! of and calculating the average freight at From elghteen-one till till eighteen'mue.
,:. Florida have contended in a most superb size FANCY
cents bozo the the
, per crop pays James Madison stood In the way.
':' and masterly style of Bill Nyeism railways two million of dollars for freight And Albion d lion kept at hay Stock I
Aa W. B. Moselv, of Madison, died last that it was impossible to grow oraugesor alone. The value of the box stuff used And the good he did, was plainly 1 let'n. In Complete
J anything else in Jo10ritla-thst the would be the nails. From eighteen nine till seventeen
! Tuesday. ___________ 1300,000, $30,000, the Monroe his doctrtn slated! clear:
natives too lazy to do it and that of
were paper for wraps $112,000 labor in gather "1\0 kingdoms wanted, over'here handle Done but Ibe Anent bonds
:' Truth is as indifferent to public opine malaria and frost and chills and fever, InK nd )packing fOOO.OOO, thus makingan And the liberty rar with skill did drive. Headllsarten tar wall Paper and enwniuiir resells

::1 ion M the general public I is to truth. prevented the thrifty Yankee from doe output of one million one hundred From seventeen till twenty-five. FKAZfRK*

Ing It. Our climate even wilted the active and forty thousand dollars for simply John Q. Adams secured the place,
; Several amendments to the constitution energy of the resolute Yankee and he preparing the fruit for mat ket. If to this After long, exciting race, PCBIJO SQCABE : : t ocAU.ai amt

have. already been proposed in the soon became as indolent as a native large sum we add the cost of cultivation, And : the tint of the old I W.'big line.
State legislature "cracker." of fertilizers, of packing houses', teams, Andrew From t"'l'ntyl1till lackson then twenty aoreared.
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t How does the above quotation tally tram roads and the tools and implementsof with a par y name that is much endeared, I} ST a
\ Mrs. It. A. Russell/ wife of ope of (he with those picturesque statements ? labor we can begin to realize the And<< made new democratic leaven 1
', editors of the Jacksonville horning Me- There must be some vitality in a people commercial value of this industry even From twenty-alce till lily-seven.

;', tropolit, died yesterday. and virtue in the soil and climate ofa at this incipient stage of growth. When Van Buren then took up the rein.
'. State that can more than tax the full we realize that not more than ontilli..th That bound the mountains to the plains,

ti" Michigan has relieved<<1 herself of the capacity of its transportation: lines to of the orange trees in Florida are' AT From d with great. tklll till the forty drive one.was done. sure and read this splendid I IWEAREWEJS' a,

L w odium of a $1,000 gubernatorial salary. move the yield of oranges alone especially bearing, we are amazed at the, possible Then tlartisn thirty seven. a stern old Whig
Last Monday H constitutional! amendment when said transportation lines and probable future development of this W'as Captain made, of the Union brig :]

increasing the salary to 4,000 was have increased their length in less than 'ndustry peculiar and limited to this But died ere scare he had begun Ci re
r His ensue In eighteen rort) adopted.An _________ ___ ten years from 487 to 2,330 miles. This single State of Florida and small areas Then Tyler who hllil been fin.t mat, ,.
statement does not include<< steamboat in Louisiana and California.In Wa< Captain made of the ship ol State,
Arkansas man who bears the and steamship transportation lines which view of the future coming into And manfully to nail did .trive. THAT GOON

name of Jerusalem John Johnson wantsit have increased in like proportion. bearing of so times the number of From forty one till forty-five.

changed to John the Raptint Smith in The fact that Florida. can produce sucha the present bearing many I trees and consequent James I'olk. from Tennessee" ew Goods of all descriptions a.:I

*; order that he may inherit ten acres of tremendous yield of oranges is a grand increa&c of this Willi next our President to be ;
ti : fromitepresent
l land. admission, for if she can produce ore to the untold crop millions of boxes product of ie He dritth restored put again an end the to old his WhiR career line. Sateens of livery slJ | de,

+ antres so easily! and abundantly, she cau futuro yearn, the question naturallyari When he'd tern Present a year
There scramble for tho
was a big various
in like manner produce as easily: and And Millard Fillmore came to be In store.
es : What will be the future of the un pouring our spacious
and other attachments
clerkships} other suitable her The Prellt.ent! till fifty-three
71 successfully! to '
crops orange industry us regards profitable returns
of the legislature, and in this scramble
., that Marion I soil and climate ? Some in a general way say that The old W hig coon that had crown quite fierce!, BEAUTIFUL ZEPHYR CLO| Sr
we are glad county was conspicuous .
We return grateful thanks for the adminion. we canuot overstock the market othei i Was choked to denlh br Franklin Pierce
for her absentee.i ;
I Who restored pure PemcrAtiP leaven
i consider that we have already reached From fifty-thre till' tlfly-ieven A i pretty as you ever saw
.' ---- I With railroad lines spanning our continent the point where the profit is uncertain James Buchanan from the keystone Bt Ve,
, ,;, More men grow old from having nothing I like a spider's. web, and the census and the rick considerable. We now import An honest man though never great
i to do. than from overwork. The I of the United States swelling with about three million boxes of oranges From fitly seven till sixty-erne, Fine Table Linen, Towels, ] tc.

k. r running machine will keep bright for almost.. magic strides, the population of from abroad ; Central America acdVYi Prepared tli' way fur the storm to come.

years ; the idle one will M'.on runt out. our country in all probability will be t !h.- \ t IndeH and Spain and Italy now\ Then Lincoln known as Hnnpst Abe," MOIre Silks, China Silks and Bun too.

i', / There IK! something in this to sot mime large! enough a>"' 'm" '!! / nouh; to toi.sumathe .- "'11"lrll" the United Mates, and Mexic-i Won honors, that will never fad.
people wo know of, to thinking t luciou-or.uu When" hll made the I'nlon strong;all.lltreat, DAMASK TABLE CLOTHS & D LERS
crop) produMdin << will no doubt won increase her exportsof .\nd saved from wreck" the ship of State
JJ tlii MII.ill t neck of ho woo.l- fiuit. Florida is credited with Hii work began la sixty-one
A Chinaman who after IItnt'nl't'ats' producing In Mxtv-flve through fate'twas done I ndla Linen, Lawns and ChallIes not ew'
l"u we MIV. tutJio. wlii want to grow 3,000,000( ( ( boxes,and Lousiana two ; t
And Johnson
filled the rest of his
residence in this country, returned to orange MucvuHlully, come tip( Flu,ida or three hundred thoucand, so that the Which ended in eighteen sixty-nine.time
(r. China, has been telling Inn countrymen where vou can buy land atone hundred present consumption of the United Embroidery Linen, Plain an si roped. C

I that the..mareansworshipamysterious; instead of one Iholl o\IIIItullo\rs |>eracre, States is about seven million boxes. Then General" Grant competent

! being who is railed AIi-Ml-7'-Iol-Larr and where In the. yield of the crop thereis Within ten year* we may anticipate that din Two the terms field to was him made were our freely President given: I\J ew shades In Henriettas" pre ty s Utto see

> no such word as fail From pfxty.nine to
the increase of production of Florida<< seventy-seven.
The city ;;(Jackson:Miss has enteredon and California will be very large. If all Then Which R.tied B the Hayes force, by of a stroke of fate. Hamburg Embroidery and FLU I ICAI
a high-license experiment on its own Tin wo UK OF THI LEUISIJA- i the: trees now planted in the United "'a, victor In the rare he seven run eight ;

account, and has. fixed! the rates at 12.000)( TUUI:. I States were to come into b wing, theieis And President tllllt'\enly-one. each line of Dress tioods the nRlions
for a license to retail spirituous liquor,
ii3 but the would
and $1,000 for a license to eel! malt question} supply ex- Then Garfield with true Christian grace \
Important Hills Introduced { 'ed A few short weeks did nil the place, < e
lIquore. It is but! proper, therefore, consider And promised great reforms to make, all Shades k\\\\ ,
A bill to be entitled act for the
,,t an as- both sides of the qUt'lilion-lur advantages For the" good of the land and the people's sake,
Thomas Ilranwell, an old and respected sCssmentand collection of re\enue. << W'oe! to the fiend who did the deed
citizen of Madison county, waifrrutally To bo entitled an act requiring the I : in marketing fruit. The capacity That made el'l hearts of the people bleed I-meat \line of Olnghams that you did 1'l
of Florida for piodncing the citrus May his In oblivion be W
murdered and robbed by unknown science of health to bA in
parties taught the W hos i crime
was wrought at such
;': ? l list week A most. unenviable reputation I public schools in this State.A fruits!'! does not admit of a question. Two \'Ice-Presidrnt: Arthur, In the hour of fearful grief cost LADIES" AXD ClllLDRESV .]

S for lawleimiieBs and crime attaches bill to be entitled an act to I legalizethe severe and excei'tK.nal lieezes occurringin Was called I to the post uf the fallen chief,
to Madison\ county, which her town government of the town of Florida within the pailt one hundred From And the elghty-oii work of till the nation did ranlve I J h just step in and try us; see if it wi
have tested the of the
r years ability orange r
good citizens should endeavor to correct. EvJnston. I
to resist a very low temperature.Our Then Grover Cleveland -ora OOODS ARE FIRST QfALIT
A bill to be entitled an act to proscribe gained the day
advantages for the culture of citrus And 1\'lIIol'raI'Y again
:, (leorge Clarke Hoyden ran away from the duties of rvgistars of deeds in relation fruits be briefly stated. And caused all\ tn 41 his hotnn in the town of Winston, N. Y., : to the recording of plats, deeds and Our climate may is adapted to the growth IB eighteen hundred and elghty-ftv'e. your expectations on the spot

fifty years ago because his father wanted ; other conveyances of real estate.A and production or in their greatest Low Protecting-tarOt! the was maws hiM platform from the true, Beautiful

. him to study for the ministry. His. parents bill to be entitled an act to establisha erfVction, being oranges neither too cold m r And rather than cm from his well few marked line Figured Ctallics, 5c pep|
died during! his absence, and when uniform system of common schools and Retired for a seasou In eighty-nine
too warm too dry nor too wet Nothing -1-l
ill' Hoyden died in St. Louis not long ago.it high schools. :m
r. in fact is\! lacking to enable us to produce Th-n Harrison with the tariff
high -Also
: wan found that lie left fortune. of nearly A bill tQ be entitled an act to establish the best of fruit in the rc'aletalJulitlau'e To Grover Cleveland; said "good-by," a nellIe\ 01GEN'fS' --
1100,000. a Bureau of Agriculture. in the" State of And of sixty million people free.
r I define the providing we select the lands >V as numbered President .
Florida and to powers and twenty three.Candied CLOTH]
1 i The trade edition of the Key West I duties of the Commissioner of Agriculture suited to its cultivation, of which we ,
have far more than the area needed We -1-1
a daily Ewntor'Dfmofrat is out. It is a I nranJrl'l'pl'J. 4
'i model or neatness and business enterprise A bill to be entitled an act to regulatethe have, moreover, great advantages in the A good milfrtitiit for citron in cake fchoes, Hats and Furnishing :Goods alI
and reflects much credit on the I of medicine and location of our orange groves within a and pies. Let (the
ti {practice to providefor thousand miles of the principal markets orange heel| soak for -1-I |
publisher. Hon. C Pendletou, and the of Board of Medical two or three days In luke
appointment : warm water to VERY
of the United States, and LOW
55 t the city of Kt'Y" est. Fortv-eluht )pages Examiners in the State of Florida.A consequently extract the bitter navor Chance, the I'UICES.1 .
should be both
I 1, in size, and full of interesting rt' ulinK.i bill to be entitled<
, F It is a magnificent advertisement: for the the duties of the Commissioner of Agriculture cheap. ________ about the salve temperature After the & } O. .

. "Key City of the (ulf." I in this State, in reference to the From the New York Evening Telegram bitter flavor is gone, put the peel i

; ltiBx| >ction of commercial fertilizers and AVhat a Woman Should Weigh fresh water and boil it slowly| ,until it i iR -
It is related of a New York man who: other things.A tender enough to pierce 8SOWDEN & |
If 5 feet in height, 100 pounds easily with a McFAULANE
" realdea in one of the numerous! suburbs bill to be entitled an act prescribing fork; then drain off the water I.
If 5 fret 1 inch lOti and
r,. that In a recent suit at law, in which he certain duties herein mentioned to be feet 2 inches, 113 rounda.1f5 pounds the peel into thick sirup made of put -nULl., lt- 10
t appeared as a witnem, an attorney asked 'performed by railroad conductors on arrival If 5 feet 3 inches, 119 pounds. I lated .sugar, amid boil slowly until the; ALL KINDS OF FURNITU

him what was his business. "The catching I of trains at stations and stopping), If 5 feet 4 inches, 130 pounds.If sirup is nearly absorbed Then >
S r of trains and ferry boats," solemnly places\ and providing a for failure 5 feet 5 inches, 138 pounds the (wet on platters with the reman1n? I't
replied the' suburban resident. That in performing such duties. If 5 feet 6 inches 144 pounds portion of the sirup ,! aSd -0_ I ITRlY
man had a realizing sense of what residence A bill to be entitled an act to make it lent dry in a warm oven.-/Var", I bTira '
k If 5 feet 7 Inches, 1M' pound tar, IISPlCttOf: or COIIP'B
in the suburbs means. a misdemeanor to entice or )persuade a If 5 feet 8 inches, 155 pounds. mar.adopted un LoW' aTaijmcu,& ;

laborer to leave the employment of another If 5 feet U inches, 1(>2 jound8. Preambles: -r lm3f !-
"Mark Twain," inspired by the success or to employ a laborer under contract I( 5 10 feet inches, IG'J! pounds. 10 the a S!J' naatt' setting hUI" been '''''

I e +y of"Little Lent Fauntleroy" on the with another.A If5 feet 11 inches, 176 pounds.If when forth tbat :;
t stage, is having his 'Trtnce and l' urr"tlramatlzeJ. bill to be entitled an act to regulate feet, 180 pounds. to certain! railroads grants of lands were made f : :TIE REDUCTION 5'l

Look out for a tho appointment of inspectors of elections If(1\\ feet 1 inch, ISO pounds. State anti canals in this !
i and to define their Also said bands l were ... ..... ....... .....
plays with children In the title roles. powers. hen incumbtreJ by -- .................
I --- ----- a ............ .
for the establishment of amounting to a large ............ -- ---';
the Pipers'* 8on "Little Hell polling places at sum of .......... .
The death of King. John, of Abyssinia and money .............
Hiding-Hood'1 and. other heroes the different precincts in each that It was the intention ; ......... ........-..... .....
/ .. juvenile county.A removes from earth the last of a noted 1 1lalurf that the of the l t'u :
rp: and heroines may hope won to hold a bill to be entitled an act to provide hue!-if the !ale King John told the truth. 1 lire I'r'its corflorations to whom ;i OF STOCK \ .

place in dramatic existence. for married women prosecuting: and defending lie claimed to be a direct decendaut of in were matte should, before be- .......... .
entitled to ................
?\. r, I their.right and title to their separate King Solomon and the viavkious Queer a just the lands so granted .........................i.......__...--
t. A Gt'rnn'; rkli; in Weehawlen, State in the courts of law of of Sheba. Owing to the death' of his son committee proportion be of said debt, and tbat r iiEA i 1r ..,....N ...
sent letter to the superintendentof this any cause where their husbands apPOInted to s..XT.--
has a i by )poison, King John Il'tno issue. report what examine' art\
' Castle Garden, offering him $1 if he I are absent or refuse to join them, A man like King John who.. quantity of laud! has bee. ..NN.rrANDIIELO'V rrOST

f will find a wife for him which will in the same manner as if they were sold could claim a descent from so an conveyers much to" said corporation, end how n N...- ,.........-......-..----
come up to the specifications given I in tique a leader as Solomon is a loss to society that a ore JSt IS 8tlll claiw 1 by tht'm 80 -...-.......---.....-- --

the letter. lie says she must be a roay- II In addition to the committees already In spite of the fact that he was a made with J thetn anJ final aettl went ran' b e [I
cheeked golden-haired Dutch g'.rl: 20 named, Senator- Dunn has been put on cpIJ-blooded wretch. O-e

Tears old, five feet tall, weight try not the committee on canals and committee --- -_. ---- -- fl(0) to loan -' I !

over 125 pounds, plump and "with ASS on constitution, additional committees Speaking of the wife of the Japanese Ot'ala property at on ten first cla 8et.'Urlty, --N-.,.......?..........-._..._._......1T N'NNrr

waist tapering from the bead and feet added to the regular standing commit Prince to whom reception at the White letter to "b1," this 0 m per. <>ent. Apply bya. + .-...........-.. ....-"-"'-'
She must be of a modest, retiring disposition toe lie is also on the committee to investigate House was given this week a Washing = __c: __ .5aprtlilnS .. .- i1 "u .
and very industrious the condition of the land otti co. ton correspondent "The Princess FOR -----.-..-.-.- ...
says OCALA .
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was fairly ablaze with diamonds. They -- 1
55 President Harrison kept the Senate p in The MtircpoKt says that the <>CalaUiflee sparkled her coronet and in the coil UUILDISa.NOTIC11S .

aestion eraxrtly as long M did Mr. Cleve will not participate in the Inter of her black hair. They formed stars of lII R BYGIV t-- J

land. From March 4 to April 2, President State drill at Jacksonville. The reason glittering light around the black velvet Ing will jotereciingtheOcal1Higu&b BEALED = ::

( '. Cleveland sent In 171 nominations, ; of this I is because the IUtte are making band which encircled her nfICk.ant! they IIljh school unfit T tewof eo1Bu the d. !

of which 150 were confirmed, 12 were preparation to l leave for New York, roaeuud lull iu Lull wlI i oUiutra Nub iue 'lfI.lh1n. now>> ready APril&I'\'h\ t oncePlas Ocala aDct -.------- -... .

,t not .acted upon, two were withdrawn where they will represent Florida in the beating of her dainty breast, and shone liege Ylook.01 architect. Tbs TN t e tb T. J. ....-............-....-. -.. -..
and one was rejected. In the same Centennia exercises. The boys are go in masses upon her slender wrists, lie bl pertormanyop r.Jt''lInr er all Djdate$0 ds "riv. .K.oW. ;
length of toaaiHsrrtsorx fru ill 374 i lug to New' York to see how the centen wore a fine Paris dress with pale-blue olds W rotr act 10 rt;.o.for g0,> .FISHEL SMUTILAl

nomlaa0oD4 Of theM nearly havebMn nial celebration compares with the Ocala front covered with fine lace ana a body iitUeat .K yroz pkila&. 1141UUS

confirmed. Three were withdrawn Exposition.; Ocala feels that she is getting and train of striped ashen grey with l Time:for ne> & U1&h8c.h +
f and two were rejected up, terribly high up. mixture of pale pink. "" l111t.) I j Wdl II eiteadi4 w

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-This Exposition: incorporated under the Taws of tin -:.tI'' o'! I Joriila: open''I atK -- t

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hip will be an Exposition of Pomological, Horticultural and Agricultural productH of Florida, and her soils, timber,% ()ds: minerals and live tock, and in addition articles
Inc Its of general interest from all States and countries. Entry is open to the world for the display of i its,products. No charge for entries nor : I5pnClfor the products or, ,a
Urn Fes of Florida., 1be
[United States Experimental Station for improvement and development of products indigenous to this section has been located contiguous! to our exposition gronud '
We unite exhibits of all descriptions; particularly those pertaining i i to the arts, mechanic nlldalrlclllltl'Iunnlt t eej IIg uniform j courtesy to all exhibitors.i \

CASH PREMIUM LIST, $3,500. .. )1,1 1

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I. C' W. CAMPBELL, SI{., General Managei. O. S. MAYO, Treasurer. J.:O. CLARKE, Secretary..

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NFWPrea. t Quality and Low Prioee.Loe ;
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Bring now tttalluhtd in our nrur and elegant Bank building w art prepared to
2L, MCI TT 2 I E, c .c'iiEI- actin faction to all. guarantee -( l d next door to FlntNaUoDal Im"lJWA Bnk.)

(rural Banting l/unnru troraac d. Exchange bought and told
RPLUS $7,000.00

banking houses in the State ownt'4t by the :
of the flnest and beat egtpped; making Collections on all accessible fXlnt8.!
L facilities ter -OFHARDWARE-
We have special customers consistent with sate
and favor to our
will extend every courtesy careful attention to aU! business entrusted to use ,
t g,and shall give HANK prompt ACCOUNT and all business In our line and F. DUNN, .... *v<. p.DISMUKES:!'
80 erityour CIIAS.RIIEINAUER, J.A. };INH'nIN: ,
tee iVSJiXvt10111'? WM' ANDKIlfiON,
irters & Trader National Bank, Now York, N.Y.; SaS1IjOOfSffljfldSAT s 1

outhern Bank of Georgia Savannah.
cities in the West. -
special ('prreepondents, in all important I ;
.Votional fork Bank: Of New York. Uavenef
ere Aaltonal Bank of Botton. A. E. ;
National Bank of Savannah Qeorjna, DELOUST. ,
nw1G1a LouitnUt Ranking Company, Jjmimttt, JTy tmtlMC. .
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For further information apply ai office or f HCKs

J : __ __ ___ Business Manager Boatyg a

Magnolia Nursrrr. Transient Ratock, 1 1Addfess. ,

The finest and bent variety of orange

.;. trees for the leant inonev, to be had of -' Day.IEI nd nl .:tan>
J. W. &: F. I 1) WAIT,, nden "eels
wSfcbtd. Belkview Fla. uPwai1

Notice to Ocala Tax 1'ajrer ( 1
/ oY xtu'hs9lLate

I t' I am ready to FHANKP.OADSON collect city taxes for ,1888. -1\ Al

i 3apr dlw w4t City Tax Collector. t of Yak Arena,

-;l .,:1 ; House, Uagan_ \ \)
For Bale by a gentleman! who In leaving 1ton \ !
:-- this country, five fully paid up .. Ope
r I shares in the Florida Produce, Manufacturing n. ,d

: i-4." Company, Leegburg. Add res i .; --- :.

y -f-.. the secretary at Leesburg. 1\1\ '::1 t t .' .
ri', Marchl84t. "
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f. Team AVantoil.H. '
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1 s. Marvin, of Martin Station, who fiI: : t
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f.. has the contract to supply rock for bt. 0 : -
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Johns jetties, wantA a number of teamsto .f \ '.) .) Thlt ;

haul same. Apply at Martin Station. 1ir trt due
,; 5apr dlOt w4t
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: $
Pound. ., .'Ii', ( UHIB4e

A man's hat and a new pair of baby ,..(. ,' ,'tt; ,

slippers, found by Mra. I rank Lyons. :\ i:''; '

Pay for this notice and get goods at i' )' L I f
BAN NIB office. 2t. : ,
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Lenten Service {t
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I There" will be Lenten Services at Grace :; 1(" ;
Church on :Monday Tuesday '.' Re )aIrIIIg a k
e Episcopal ':.., Etc
r and Thursday afternoons at 4:30: p. m, .,. ;,.1':1:
and on Wednesday and Friday evenings ; ..,, .. -0-
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t and 730. 1
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A comfortable well kept hotel that ; )1YLERS E0. h
charges most reasonable rates, In the ,;:

Harnett House, Savannah, Ga., so long / :) .;.. few
conducted Mr. M. L. Harnett." Nevr ; i. .
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4 York: World. marlltf LAND TllamTIIE

F ., 1. The Firat National Bank of Ocala will \$ .:\t\\ .:' ,

pay all school MtarranU pro|'erly endorsed \ It. ...
M. L. PAYNE, I'h' J
County Supt. Public Instructions. ., ::. I ,
8apr2tioTiv& ABSTRACT '

'' } TO IJKIITOUti!! ASH> C11E1) -
IS 711E PL.
A the estate of SAMUEL A. LON< deceased r.rttk Q 1//
are notified to prtsent the same to the uiuler- I --
signed! u administratrix, or loHullock A Bur ford
..' h.. attorneys_ for payment within twovaari from ,
%. this dale r.the same will lielmrred-- Ai'>rllll, "iy\ : Oc
MARTHA I c. ANu.pr ,
If; Adll1lnl tratrllt, m
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u. H. LAND OFFICE of the circuit court In and tor Marion
OAIJIUTILLI:, FLA., March, :MCI, itwjXTOTICE18HEKlCBYmVF.NTIIATTIIFFOL! : county, Horid;' *. brarlug tbeilHte of March JUt, EB.. RICHAR-N
A. 1). I'Q'' whereto T. ), M\HtS and U, t. I- {
lWELLh\i>artncnd >lriK t uilnrM j In the firm (
ll lowing named settler: ban filed notice or his name of MiKKS., % |i\SMIFY; I I : are pUlntltU -Tllr- n
Intention to make Anal proof In iupiort| of hit and \MLL1AM K. Mrt'IIAIlAN. udmluUtMtorof Finest '1
claim and that said proof will be matte before therktateof A. E.: \\llirK l ilfo.a.'..'.t, U defendant Hotel of the City.AND Livery |niiLo
I>. A. Miller clerk Circuit Court at ocala, 1"la" I hue Inl,.., upon and will Mil at pub Leading .
on tic outcry to the highest bidder. for (cub at the \)
TllVRbDAY, M.t Y 13. /<*?, court house door In kale, MarUm county, Kl> *i ida -
l HeldtTlHe, Fla, homestead enlry11013. for the MO MHI V41' Til, MM: SALES ; r'J
A loulheaMt quarter. acctswi IB, township 16 smith during the !legal!II tiourt furnale,thefil'' vin i
range 19 east. eels I of land and their app'rtenances. li ictmnty ;
She name the following witnesses to prove her aforesaid, to w tt The louthf tut --z M
t '1 1 1 er r
continuous residence upon and cultivation of of northeast quarter of nertlon twrntry en ((27)) UNSURPASSED IN APPOINTMENTS TO ANY IN THE STATE!
aid land. viet: township lUten, 061( ) south of range two
E. Williams. Stockton, Fla, Fairvlew Ha? T. HenderHon :T i.fF.K.Ik'Il.: quarter, and the: t lb'.ifLl: northwest quarter,
HeldlTille, Fla. 8. C. Tl' lees twenty (-'0))) acres on cut lf l, of m-otlon -1-I ARCHITECT AND '
apr66t _. __ __ -_ .__ _RegisterMASTKH'H entyli ((26): ), of towtiitilp'lxu>en ((16" south of BiDK! a
: range: twenty-two: (i2t cut. aulalt i l I lng In all one DE3IQ.N9 t
tfALK.UNDER hundred, tirtj acres, halt I I .L"iD ,
sold to satisfy MM execution cud 1 property COM April I :J, I Repainted I Inside and Outa}!II -rurnWJel1 DITIMI .g!.
AND BY VIRTUE A FINAL DK l09\. K: 1'. WiLI.IAM9,5herltT. on, AI' llcalon__
foreclosure rendered br the lion. J. JAS. D McCoNMU. AU', for 1'1 1'11". SaprSOd I I 0-
,( J. Finlejr.' Judn of the Circuit".Vurt f In and for -- --- _. -AND-
KU. on the sib day of FebruaryItw9 -- -- I Onrca-Ra>DDgscg :
wherein: was appointed Hpeclal: Mauler ina MASTK11SAI.K.. I : Orangeand,81 h.1Le ,
certain eaiisu therein pending between HENRY I OCALA .
I, M. IIOLMKH et al. executors of the estate of AND HVlKll;'K: (IIF A FINAL DE- FIARLL
t. THOMAS J. PAHTHTR. d.- ased, as complain: UNDKK offoivclixiire rctultrtsiby Ih'lJ J Fin- I IRFTT2ED THOROUGHLY WITH ELEQAN FURNITURE \
' anlsandflE'UtGEW.r.YONdet) : al, at defend'asp icy, 'Ir.'o rd the t I trcuit I Court, In cud for Marion \.AIQS
1 will offer at public sale on1JO.M county, on the :'i.lti; day of March A D ,
>A Y: APRIL 1ST 11S9. lvy. In aiaune wherein I'l.AKB. \\ Al.LACE,
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In front of the court houwdooc at Ocala Florida rt. tu., are complainants. and lac: II liA\H:: eteL BROKAW
7 within the leital boun. and Ml to the htstbit are dl'f nll""CI. tu which d'h-e was J ,
II der for cash. the following described real property l>uIntedt>iitialMamfrylwllloR; >r fortaluat pul a"1 '
situated In Marlon ( >unty, .''''r\'aJ. to wit: outcry al the court( hiMise door in teak I Florida, I -1-I
The east half of the a.utAead quarter of section to the highest, )bidder for rash, on I TIlE MARION

Aye ecilon, and eight northwest, all In quarter township I of fifteen northeaul south quarter, range, MO 1).41'. V.< )' KT1I. A. It K+a. BEAUTIFUL LAWNS AND r CROQUET GR01J COUNTY fc I

twenty-three eait,couUiiilng oue hundred and the following dewril pri>|''rty. t" wit: One SERY IAN.I
twenty acre more or lets aw mill complete. one holler one engine and i i1
T (The above sails U postponed until Monday, two .In'u Marion, now located 1"S"loer"UIlIt -1-I i
May 6th, 1K89 atRoik Lt rings, : county. Ms Sold to
Marl si llt''lal| Muter )tT I L. HOBtKT>ON. 5. A PINK UXB
Jno. O. RUt (IN, t-.ieclal Mauler. OF NURSERY 8TOCK3BAPi

T11OS. P. GARY, M. D. -Complainants---Fol r--- --t>rlHod:: Fox TOMS AFPLY TO : : : : : GEO. D. DUY MANAQIA. TINES A iPCIALTTT.

.YlICUIf A9 It'D.nOIl. BmllM dj nl52m ,
Rams Anew ell Hary' Blork, OCALA ren lered Ly the lion. J. J. Mnler, ----.- .-- -- -
Twenly-* Ten years eiperlene*wt|to 10 Florida,! Judge Marion) of county the Filth on the Circuit 4th day Court.it of'prll Florida. issa f
IfeeaMa.--....-.. ................dijunSni... .. ...... .... ly plalnanUandBfc.NJAMlx the cause wherein TAIWITT* WIN'S\ U are the com defrudant :::::: HARNETT HOUSELEADING :::::: Millinery Millinery I -II ERE I AM_

hetvbi 1 wasappointed special I master
DRS.G.H.&J.C.PERINE I hare 1'vlet1Ii'"n and w ill odor for sale at pub? -1- : ................................... ..-..... "H"
lie outcry before the Court House door In Urals, .........Offering to the public&the' .
Resident Dentists. Ha, on the 1 Our Milliner Is at home again ( -..--...-.................dne.....*....ffiSf".....-...... .7
111111>.4" OF M.4} Lee.: POPULAR HOTEL OF- : FLORIDA -

s 4 MKRCHANT8T OCALA NATIONAL..FLORIDA.All BANK. BUILDING, I I less to the cleared highest property end bidder fenced Ten for,with cub acres hou. the of e lint.followfhtdestrlbwl well, of more Hater cr- -1-. GEORGIA. i j :::::JUST FROM THE NORTH::.:: i. CURIOSITIES,

s branch of denU ". Teeth filled and and orange live nursery on ..me. situated 1 n sec SAVANNAH, I With a Full and Complete Stock of FANCY GOODS

r Lion three north\ et quarter of the ...... ......................................... AND
finn in merriil. Artificial Root crowned Mi from with ene tooth porcwUla to a full or gold set :arter In township thirteen south, range northwestq Iw..ut.t'l1'O I ............................- ... ...- ...................'. STATIONERY.
tortollT tr*.,laM denttitry at moderate prtoetTOOT east commencing at i>ost corner of said -
., 'U.T'Ii section on* hundred and klitjr yards "eat of the -. ........... .. .! FINE nLLiNERX" -
railroad thence two hundred and sU BxLIAI ... .... OrrICE8t7PPUES
I south, thence east along the railroad to yards post i! g1El7fRIC.ldt, .llTB! .::'... ...... l I ?: .o----EieglLiDt Flrst' | '" AT WREST p8ICb4.
t L :>LFpylza. urnCIaeat thence west two hundred and thin yams .... 9&aej -
CHACE to line of Major thence north oGOobs
il '. Jobblllln"J to placeef GUARANTB
.,!f Bald eomrneuclng tract of land being reJ northwest aDd siitr quarter rarda.of Cart to aU Pep U.

' eW att ntk> ri;;;-to Crown Bridfework, three northwest, township quarter thirteen of northwest, south quarter, sectt-n Artesian Well Water. street EHoodl&ENal

i. spa 1&&eI. and all lr,t-clau operation pertain- two eit. being! situated In Marion range county twenty., Flori -I- /
'" i. aSeM to he n\ntCloa leDtaJ Art.of oar teeth. Office In rim da..tee.Waid property to be sold F. L to ROSERTIIOiI satisfy said. 4* RATES REDUCED TO Is PER DAY. :: nun ii i i -=ur nil \ 1LATEt& {

r :r atonal Yawl JSQU41I1I. OetHf I J.O. REARDON, coat. BoL ;llpeeW if ater. T.ahtL .......'. old sae0. hltlt0 WM.caasarr ,

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