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 10, 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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D.t lXTE/\.1 Tlnv.H.-AXD SEMI-TROFICAL EXPOSITION which the l-ala friends! Miss McConnell CITY & COUNTY :J

THE OCALA RIFLES. I began to unroll their wad of green DIRECTORY.I '

hackl L and the hall became almost A __ 1.
i the excited voters of
livid green as
"blocks of rive" marched their figurative CITY OFFICERS 'l..1
TKST-GLOVEIl MILLIMI FOR sequeal to the ballot box, and waved the Mayor-Ir. not! P. nary ,;; \I
TilE Tlllnn TIMI: TAKES overhead.The Clerk8 A. Hullork.
Nations currency
Till: HANHSOMK red heat and anbat-e.. K. hall
e-.ci emcnt grew to rollmor I..u..laou.
1- 111 Z l:. had it I been for I l\\1I'Iht'80f' Ocala's Amx_>r-1>. K. !Mrlver. ,
favorite daughter. Mils :McConnell, that 1'I't'Ull"rIIOW"ID.. ,
I the ciiy's charming guest, :Miss Carr, (l'I'\\.I'ut'lty\.,u"rut'J-\JII! of ('t'utJl'I1-JIII. T.Ureen.Jo'. lH nn.IkMinl S '

BOOTY AND BEAUTY TAKES sliould'becomplimentetl and honored of Al.lermrii. F, hull i, K. M. Agnew, \.w;. p
THE CAKE. a must pleaaant and charming manner J. lAiinulvr. John A. Knwcll. k. L Rota.!I.G.. ..
4 iuI LEIFPP it is more than likely her steadfastfriends shall smith. It. W l-hantllrr.l.l\rnwnant'W.U. Mar- i., :,

I The Llvcllent Content of UM Kind would have exhausted the cash' Sanitary It"'I.t.Ir-W T. tug !i
I resources of our National, Banks and COUNTY OFFICERS
Ever Hf'l'ordf'tl lit the ofOcala -j.
I I history .'
the contest not yet: ended, if the ,, .
to7b of Ice Crcam and County Judito-KiIVunir !oh.('ona\b, .
plunger: Mr. Branch, who halls from AI. Clerk A, l"I
higl i ] Htrawt errtel, >,"t"r" ) bOIl, Cleaved bion's chalk. ribbed dills, but now one SherttfE; T,'J''I; :'.

r t And Delighted! with the Proceed of an orange grove syndicate at Citra, Assessor 'J It. f.. T.!MathewaC"li.ator u Hrtwmiu. (Yin < ,
Cam01l1 A: 1 1li tugs Which will not noon be I'or- and Miss Carr'a undaunted" and nntlinch- Treiiirvr/ U I' 1f'1I. j
,1' !gotten ing backer, had not called time on I the hu|< rltitonileiit /Public Inrtnietloii-M. ;!.
the It'lIE'rof the :Mer Paine. K'emliiKion.Xnitity .
"N'ae bouk-keeer before 1y. P.Trantliam ,
( imuuliwIoiifrK-li W. ;
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Everything ronl'll'lrt'll' last night to chant's National Bank could I appear' witha M 1. H, HUll, *. si. IVrrlu.r.Vll. .; '.
Riners make the Ocala llirlcl' entertainment a cart roll of greenbacks to make his ballots llmnixin. .
vouched for all\ The County (nimUlonf inert the flnl;Moo- : .
The night legal though by ,
triumphal miccem. wan alovely : duty In even uuiolh.k t<- .' o
tj ,true the and on which technicality, :Mrs. McConnell % <-u>Mil lhuir.1' .K', K.: Harris, I U. T. \\ rtraann, ; '; ,
one silvery
shedding tJ
tigd.0aIH i oPENED AT OCALA, FLA JAXfAKY fW*. 1sss.s muun : graciously and iiugnamiously cloned M. 1'(. Moner A. R. (irlffin r. i., iMirinoc. ; .
its soft and mellow light over the spring the content. It was an electric! I light School lunardmtctefirst M nuljr In rvrry month/ ..",,"ytr-4, .'.i.. I.

I Ill Hanto Ilol. lp Serenljr. laden earth, inUMiHifyingtheloXflini-fetof! night-cake context one memorable and COUNTY BOARD OF HEALTH. ,,:''7 ..:. '
Santos never before had such an exhibition the scene and inducm'** a g x)dly numlwr unsurpassed in our social Ii b"tot \', and to rrcnUlcutDr T. I'. OnryNwnury '"t ,.
seen eda! -=:....-. of her exhaustless' resources, as in of our citizens to visit the of the"soger" I be handed I down and rcl.ited to our --fart. .h. 1\. KlrliHAlwin.Mcintxnt M
I. armory -Ilr. U. A. Smllrt, Anthony, Merry.M
BITTINGER.Clty Editor.' grand children as being the most' )intensely
__ the past From one to two carloads boys which was tastefully deco H. MUHITIIIKI II, II. IrvIn
M: : of cabbage has been shipped per. exciting, good natured. mid l productive s
j |'t call on "Y" the jeweler. rated for the BOARD OF TRADE. '
you day. Messrs.' :Morton and Ihiebel being occasion.Professor of financial rcmiltscur recorded
Augt3Ien 1 l'rt.U-iil! J. .Y. lInnn.'l'Il.I''I.II..1J. .
w dSfeb td the! largest shippers while Gray, Counts, Colby's Kxixisition Hand l in' Florida.} '.\( A. i'Iathen a
kbytenan church of Gaudier: Pylesand Barns are helping to keep the kindly and generously \ulunteere
qaT1. [Heated on Sundav, April 14, roads filled with wagons. In fact the services for the (I\'I'S"iun. and rendered I $100 of revenue secured through) other "mrJ, JIHI.of(j r.v ixmn.\rtionH-A., J H.I'. Man.Idvjup! Jr.uiu.i.u.. C. :ILheln.au" .A.

U. Sproul, of Jacksonville. chain of teams that continue to pour into in their artistic awl l uiimiUblo style, a channels of income the" "boys In blue"OUT WeLGera. Wia. KPK iftd R. W.XuoV.OUltriJNQ +
of t.I, 4 Santos', embles! what my imagination number of pieces of muic fur I he"occa- Rifle true, will not only make a AND LOAN ASSOCIA. r

1) DUtil \' telegraph operator, Mr. John pictures as an Eastern caravan triumphal entry into Nett York Wash
slow ird, was made surprisingly. To nay that I am enthused at the present lion.By nine o'clock several him.lreil l of ington's Centennial Day, At'rifOth: but TION. I" .l.ll'rrsdent <
outlook is but dim of citizens filled the will continue their tour to the other con _O B. WllmiT.Vk .
[is morning by the arrival of a expression our prominent wait .. Frr.ideot-Ito. iHtlmiucl.heuvtaiy .
'ii.lA i by from Wildwood. my feelings, when I consider that but a provided for their comfort The com- tinent and take In the 1W, World'sfair anti. TreMurer-Louis Fox. '
-n'S ; few years ego$ that this place was but a pany was formed! by Orderly Sergeant returning via Hong/ Korigtho Sandwicli : liortrtl ol 1J1n- tnr.-J. T. Lancaster, Iniuio 8tthen .
p. ,J. O. Clarke, of the Semi* howling: wilderness, unimproved and Martin marching into the audience room Islands and San Francisco, giving: *. I. Brown amt K,,IV A,, FlHliel.llurfoni.A. K. IMIuUMt, U. O.ZtvcbarlM .
i and' wants a number of lads, to act nameless When I see around me so when Captain George A. Nash took specimens'| of their superior drill and au. ..
at the grand tournament to- much evidence of future development, charge of the company and began putting) advocating the great and unequalled OCALA RIFLES.
Urt Call bn him at his office. my imagination fails me, in conjecturingto them through the manual at a pare that State of Florida. C.ptaln--HI'n. A. Nwh.
t !On ---- what point of importance that it may made the prenperation roll from their Non Mint Mfiitftmnl-K.. MNVmneU.Hwon.l : .
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SprtI III. Richmond, surveyor who yet arrive, with her unequaled health, martial brows in profusion.The The flower stand, presided over by MvtnU'n.'
lying visit! to his old home and her sections upon sections of rich lands, judges of the proficiency of the Mini BII"ti'rMPfUan: and) Miss Fannie FIRE COMPANY
ground, Linadal! and returned her to Ocala vrh'"h must drill Major lancaster and Lieutenants
easy access yet were McConnell, did a splendid business, and Chlef-T. II .
ays its groves and vegetableer be capitol of the State, all tends to push :McConnell and Percy Williams. no one of the sterner sax had the heart ? .Maurice latieasicr.Morsman Ithvlnkuer. t
looked finer. her forward as place of no mean im The number in line leas First ,l t I-.I1IH Vi.lk.HrannitawiliiUintW .
//i \ a grew rapidly to say nay to these fair female flowers, 1UI tit-- ?
portance.We as.one after another through false move U. ManhJl.Ktfraiary .
whoso cheeks and 1 in
rosy ruby HIM, i
J II Mttllett.
the Rav. C. II. Nash
tides that
will endeavor next season, to exhibit were ordered to the rear, until it becamea color vied with the loses sold when .
they TWtQtJ.ft\"llllllewt. ni. ,
(i. J. D. Gosa have been contrib from this place, the best cigar question of the Jong' ; or the short" of asked to take a huttonaire and a clusterof
I I tho BANNER,pro and con on the I manufactured in America. There w'1 the spirited contest" that was waging for HOOK AND LADDER COMPANY.Pmldunl '
,t: lion question, is being printed in lie a factory started here by Matthews & the honor of the evesing between Order roses or a lovely bxoquet.Kenti -ALiam Pmlmef. .

O 1'1 form for general distribution. Tietleman, next season, which will bean l Iv Sergeant John Martin and Corporal| *Tropical Award. ronmanIII.ki llrnts. St ,

in the Baptist WTtnttt, has I imnajtantfllep, towards building up clover :Miller. Intense interest centeredin The undersigned.: judges apK>inted\ } to 1 AiwtHUnlVrll wenty bicmlnTi.TULULA hanlwD.. .
r x. the place. Mr. A. 11. Vitt, a gentleman their movement, and as Iwth displayed examine exhibits of and buggiesat '
Mrs. Humphrey wagons LODGE NO. F.Mrcu
bert Elsraere, aa, I. O. O. .
Missouri has just! located at thin an intimate knowledge of the the Florida International SemiTropical ,
but he does not want'
great read, it. "Senex" in not pace and is delighted!; with this part ( tactics at laid down by Upton, the many Exposition, of Ocala, Fla., report ( every TIIt..I.) eveutng.Jw' ]
Iv lerconiistent.to lie one I the country. His coming will doubtless friends of the respective| parties watched | that they have made! a careful examination H. ('h.IIIN._ Ii ,
preaches \V. M\ l'hllh $,'('relary.
induce others to come from that the Captain's commands and the men'Mrt'tlponl'e
lud another. many (,if the above named articles All vl \ttliMl> riiliilly' Invited. .
practices I'section i '"country; to make their hornet with the keenest anxiety andbated and award the following :

D. Gossoss l' surprised at the cir at Santos breath. Fur bentdisplay and exhibit of buggies, OCALA CHAPTER NO. 13 R. A, MI)

lof the weekly BANNRR, having The F. R. A N. has just added fifty The struggle ended as all such con to Horace Johnson (S. I D. :Moody, agent) orals] Ch j.ler, No. 13, K. A. K. Cunvucatloni i
J letters, and documents\ in reply feet to the depot| and it has been lull tents must and Sergeant: Martin, the Plainville, Conn., diploma. flntt Monday night III every mouth
P UpcJ day since its erection. stately and towering "Son of Mars ". w. IaNo n. r, ,1
1d rticles in the BANNERfrom all parts every For best display of wagons, to Geo. K. J. H. FIUZCB, -crt'Ury.
ountry,and someof: the !ablest arti- :>Santos has three stores, noatoftice, went down on a false command JIIITJIIIlt'. Macy, of Orlando, Fla., f 10.00 and diploma.
Ooi has ever read. We are small but saw-miiiU and a !good school which. was Iv given: and the little marker of the PRESBYTERIAN CHURCKlV.

/ well and efficiently taught by :Miss Julia coLuj any, Glover Miller, wan proclaimed For second host dixvlay of wagons, W. II. riOTWALl,I'lUlOf ,

i -- -- Merry and Mr. Chambers. the victor amid tumultuous! applaune' and Benson, Roux A Co., Gainesville, Fla., Sabbath services at 11 a. M. a..T7 r. Sunday
..w. itaxln Clara lleddingof Georgia. oho Williamson\ is now stopping here. Hehacontracted the hearty congratulations of every one, .00and( diploma. Bcliiiol at 1-:10: l A. M? Wednesday evening leoturi ,
'en visiting her friends, Dr. freer to furnish the mill logs.! and will wear: for the coming three at 7.JU;; Seats frt., 1'ht' public cordial I, inrtud.
ife for several weeks departed Mr. J. 1*. Green is pointing his cottage months, the beautiful Koonre gold ()(-AJ-A, FLA.. April 9, IS1iJ. \). EPISCOPAL CHURCH.

Augustine: lo.dawhNft she will and beaulifving his home medal which he has worn for the pant\ 0. Clarke, .Skews rut of the Hori
i the quaintneflij'and attraction of Sir John Moore has charge: of this sec nine monta, a* an evidence of being the mitional and temt-'frojHCiil! ;n.DKARHIK Km. e.: li. WiLMKa 'Rector. I

,,nrient City until Saturday, when tion on the F. R. A N. and is stopping at best drilled soldier in the ranks of the : We the undersigned, having Services ct"ry Sunday at H>:to a. m., and T IS p. .'

ill. return to her Georgia home. thij point. Ocala Rifle been appointed as judge to make at m.8, p.standard ui., lliMabfrlaln.riuporluumdeat.time.: KvaU tree, Sunday" School. '
-- J. F, Tiedeman has just planted out afine While all this was going( Mesdames: awards for the I best! display of Florida

display of vegetables yesterday vineyard and will no doubt in the Lancaster Uurfurd, 8.t II. and R. 11. McConnell tobacco, as per premium lint, do hereby
counties of Like. Sumter, Citrus future have pure wine, which will dazzle Frank Harris and others, whose award to Win. Brute,of Qllin'v, Iallllll\n

MCO! IU8 in !great profusion and of the eve and amply appease the appetite names we did not learn, were busy in count, Florida, a diploma and one hundred TRAVELER'S GUIDE
sty and quality that would have of man. the drilll room of the company, proper, .dollars for the heat dioplav.

shed the people of the world!, conMiave Mr. Hardy, of Summerfield, has just preparing a feast for the inner man, We commend that O. l'. Keller, of Schedule of the S. S. O. ft O. R. R.
Iw.ked into the Expositionng been up delighting as with his music ,,'Illch"aII announced 1 as soon! as the Citrus county, l>e allotted an award of

n and c 'en the productiveness of we look forward to his next visit with contest for the gold medal} was over, anda merit, as his display is creditable and Leave Arrive OC&U from Iliunrwuuia for IIOUWJMiMa.. V45.r.. I
jovous anti'i lations. grand and succemful charge made worthy of notice S
d..a 8 iOiI._. ( on Returning at l& J r .'
tiYe The sawmill is kept busy here, make same, WM equal m fervor and Ian to Louis Fox, Leave (kola tut HIHUIMO/ at..o( p K
,, fresh bright oranges! ing crates for vegetables of which there that executed the French
( soldiers
king*e di"ptBIf by at ClIAK. RllKIMAt'KR, F C A
R. R., (Old F. R. ft N. Line
;. 'Wetaran e immense table.* of Citrus county, will (.shipped from this section next the storming of the bridge: of Lodi, and !'4. HANDKKM S'C"IC."lC1rUDLE ,)
a fine collection of new vegetables, 8ea ofl 7GO acres. th* substantial array of edible fell as .' Schedule

ally the large cabbage, onions and Sunday morning, the freight engine' quickly before the the irresistible and pitxslrMM.Beet 1..Dttf'.. rash t.uod ...._..._ 2U. If
potatoes are enough to make onether ran otF the side trac* here, no damage all conquering charge. > general. display of vegetables, swath.. booDl1.. .._..__ .l:4tPMdMm '
lived in that enterprisingsorae done. SANTOS. Ae all hearts were by the Lake county, $.V.00/) and.diploma.Stcond Pn.lIt ............,4. :
touched Yl'\'hcb' ....._.....
finest straw terries. beat display of vegetables, Sumtcr uo r KMOB1H
'. of the -- -- soothing, satisfying and grateful appeal
tt V with Hotel Arrival, county, f2o";.OO and diploma. HOC*I*.
yesterday your
11 xtrt b'ibit came in and made through the yearning stomachs, For beet t exhibitof Florida made cigars r_ enger arrive. I In Ocala: ..........?...,._ s-c7 A ic t
engli-b !peas, fresh oysters OCALA IIorsK. April 9.-1. M. Place the throng were In a splendid State of I'11pr ; !
n !! to numerous to mentionOifr" and sister Ha.-isburg. 1'..; C. B Davis, mind to take part in the most interesting manufactured from Florida tobacco, and relBbl. \ ..::: :::'. AM -

i county U a wonderful coun- New York ; A. T. Gilmore and wife, and exciting event that lau ever different not lees than 300 Charles yI taken in Ocala the shapes, Pyner, of Ocala, '
Louisville< A. H. Steere, Jacksonville ; Geo. R. Mar- a mammoth cake, donated i by Mrs! Fla., 100.00 and diploma. K. B. R. R. Tame Table.
ncurlion! party consisting o.f ROme of shall, Mannxtield. Ohio ; Mr. and Mrs. A I Judge McConathy to the handsomest For best exhibit of cigars manufactured
from Jacksonville, Martin Conn. I). .\. BatU N. C. T. W lady present. To start the ball J. N. in Florida, from Cuban tobacco !Imported !*>VJH BOCMD. aFa'eenger
n pcnooOl wife ; ; soul ani. In .,..,..,
: Walters, and or domestic wrappers, not Ocala .....,..,.... 1M: P IIY'e
Phillip Stewart) Ocala's liercnUtan
wife Horace Taylor Alice
Mr. Taylor and i lumber,
idre among the number .-ame.into the Taylor, Shirly; Talor Nelson Taylor Miss seized ex-editor Col. Tom Harris' who less tl.an 300 each of five different style, .. :.:. :.. : :::::::::::::::: :: :

> day before yesterday In their special Emma; 1'eitch, Butialo! ; W. A. Tanglman.f. : had jam taken the l beautiful mountain Charles Peyser, of Ocala, .Florida 1100.00 U ..._..._.1Jfi0A; r

> '0'view the magnetic, ofcill moi P. Tangiman, )1. $andera, Wyoming, ofsweeU to display it to the "gathering, and dlrloiua. KOiliea aoge: D. S SPa
u tbe .ondem I Ohio Joe Clement. Boston W. G.rtobmsnn crowd and st-ciire. rate Irvin same, with Mr. Wm. Bruce, of Cjulncy., Fla. making +s"Wivt: lu Ural........._......_ 715 a. II 1
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y rlnl- display or the semi I. a splendid display. of,Ugars, twine ................_...1tU: :! PI( ,'1
r..nJ Gainesville J. L Watkins, the ease: of a steam hoister, penned: Col. ,rfllh' If ...
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sat and rxcureioni.taital. (ruin Fl rida t ljacco reccornaiend .. ., .. .......... ,30 & I(
tithe pleased 1'ortsmoutbOhio : J. I>Stockton, Leroy; Torn and the: cake on his shoulder, to we : ........._....__1\JP: & I(
opah from nom nau+sa last e.\'enlDg last Mrs. Richardson and child, Buffalo the infinite delimit( all. a reward of merit, a diploma. II r J

n e: turned to the lDt'trollOhlJ MUXTCZVMA HOTKU April 9.-J. U. McConnell In a little while the content for the hats Fox, ., ... .

O. G. Reddick, D. W. Tucker cake narrowed down to voting for Miss ClIAH. RllKINAfCK, ,'
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d-tor of the city ; John C. DuBois, T. W. Moore, Fannie Mctonnell an i Miss Carr, of K. 6asueuaYcx, LAFAYETTE. HOUSE, .

"I L. $ristow, *'itr x- was !in theroistered Montague W. X. Winfrey and wife, Kentucky, (both peat friends .with the Couuu1ttee. I

rtitle LakeLaIJ! (rll > Bnli Woodland Mills, Ala; John McAllister, public) and for half an hoar it seesawed T. n. Knows More Than We do. --
rig J on bllsint' husiaseOla Ball )10,1"V.. A. Baits. N. CL; C. SI. )Ic. between thee fair and amiable JACKSONVILLE, FLAi -
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ill(loos''. lie 'a.i 'J'It I IU hall, S. :\;.; L. M. Fink t ) -; F. I)ev. young ladies, first one was a few vote OCALA, FLA., April 6, l&8' ,

verFlo ''pew.-gleanof life, all h. end01 Cedar Rapid ; C. G. Jones, Ky.; and then the other. Editor Banner: -

I him a ,,'tb the a.. M. Dodson, Emporia, Fla. As the voting proceeded and the vary In your issue. of April 6th ien. Wall
vel ht're heldeiitors IA his northern -- ing results of the balloting WM an. has expressed an opinion concerning the Casually feMUd on Kenvth etnet be&....
l o 0 r namberf"1. but Grab Notice. nounced by Mr. Geo. VanKrhop, the tut, era that hta dan were quii'iee oft The city market men have derided to cashier, it..... apparent that the "belle of the popular vote. Tell oe In IS AGAIN OPEN '

om II. to the btAltb'iwt made bim a new clot hereafter on :;unda,. Those of from Kentucky: bad a backer with stay your columns: what became of the Republican ,
tan, nlal clime, it b&l our eillten who do not propose to fast ing qualities, plethoric pocket: book andA legal majorities in a C. J... and -
ar and now hi... rears! dun it1aauraoce on Sunday, will govern their Saturday regular "plunger" (incoming to the Mis* The popular vote ((1)) of time Months tT..r sew ManacoaeDi. KDMUI InduMzaaaUr .' 4

*v tan,. of rnan1ls. porcBajea accordinjlr. front on the "roting question," seeing like General Wall-one sided T. B. cod redutwd""U. F.r"-M.. w jzermasest f\MIQ. '4'
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?Ill: OCALA DAILY R.tNNE1:. The next question to be considered ie Sparr Sparklets. The PresidentIn Uh) me. i

--- : =-: :::- ===---=Z--==.:_:.= how best to assert the public right.In Correspondence Ocala Banner : ll'I\.l\a \ \
the nature of things it is not possible IT raov t.i x. WRIATOR. .
OCALA, FLA., APRIL Jo ISS9.P. Messrs. Purnell and Whaley made ,
for the whole people to use the land a will U rerlted by the * Tblll
-- So.-- __ big land sale to Northern piece
Particular land must be used family re of the Ocala
conjointly. txeiw
In concert, at the ;
cently. -tea' 1 1WHOLES
individuals. The imprac-
E. HARRIS.,Editor. by particulor The Misses Owens of Plainfield ( rad M !II'boolln May : \
irability of a division among all the Wa.shlnton.. the good mind, ire&t.
.eople has already been pointed out. enjoying Sub-Tropical at Jackson Was raped\ to till the rhair of state :
There are two possible methods by which And .ul first In the HrwMent tine
The orange\ peach and sweet plum In"e\"e1II hundred and .hthty'lIlne
and right may be bar- bore" Ib j
private use public trees Two terms the honor well he _s, J) I a...tj
were never before full of blooms
nonized. The first is to |permit privateuse so The people! knew and loved him more.
: and take the total. product of the labor as this season. Imnwrtal fame, wnoMy won,
: of theieople as a common fund. This It. is noticeable of late that the widows Attends the name of \\ashiuuton Retail Dl

i9 !socialism! and need not be further con and widowers of this place enjoy Then \Jftmll, with a itatcsman'i skill\
slderedl anti \\e are reduced to the only each others' society exceedingly. No DM\ cici'ute the t>eopl 'i will 0-
remaining method, that proposed by doubt they. have bright anticipations. And ,nee-oii'l i stood In the work t* un
Mr. 8. From nhH-ty-Koveu to I'Irhtolle.; Kra "
of C. juarteruian has purchased t 1OIi.ST.ITIONEI
lerbert Spencer in the chapter called to I to
Ttien J.'lUTm WU
rFY lis Social St'itiii (to which the reader is thirty acres of the Rutland plantation. The gOiMian of our \H' rty
referred) namely, to permit private UPC He is already {possessor of a handsome And held third place In this new lint.
till dgblP".blnlI..laml'l
homo and From eighteen-one
for private benefit, upon payment of the orange grove.We .
rental value of the land to the government don't appreciat" the idea of Ocala Madlton stood in the wa>" ARTIeI ,
for the public benefit. This plan capturing our voting! gentleman. < )ne of And. Alblon'i I lion kept at bay FANCY
scheme "IkhPWPORt.S I the finest f figures: nmoni the Ocala Rifles And; the Rood he did n a. plainly:' owi.r .
-- embraces the !single tax w ,
-- --- Inc till fevenievnMourn
--- = Mm flKhu-on '
--- is that of
not indeed to take all |and valies :Mr. Chalmers JlaysorVe : hi- dKtrimMat"d. clear: I In Complete
r TilE SINGLI2 TAX.NO. for public purjmses, but simply to will soon need I him as three 'bewitching; ; ..Xo I.IntI'1Io1allte,1 over hi-re," --0- -
young ladies are coming<< to make this And the liU-rtv car wl'li klU! did drive. .
raise all governmental revenue the 'trot t ,
necessary w handle none tint
t'r( \seventeen till &welltJ.fife.John a
place their future Will and
home. Ocala
II. by a tax upon land values, every H.I"'lulrlel" \\.11 Pars and
a In a recent issue we discussed" briefly thing else being untaxed. the Rifles return our wanderer? l}. Adams onred the place. WR1GItT d Flt.\ {
5 the consider the single tax A gentleman from a sister ton wentto After long, exciting I ad
5 principles underlying) the land ques Let us, then, And : the first of the Whig lino.
tion, and concluded that the institution with reference to its Iract.coalorklnr.\ : the Exposition ; after making tour of From twenty five till twenty ytne Pmatdcyictaa t

of private property in land is violativoof which may be done under these heads : inspection he said he could give praiseto Andrew Jacknon then son-ears.t, -- --
only one of the ladies of Sparr. You With a parry name that I In math eudeared.
natural laws and is wroll '. If that its practicability ; its effect upon imrovement And made new democratic leaven,
t conclusion is Bound, it follows that the > of land ; its effect upon in'- just wait my friend and next winter From twentTln till thlrtyen.. 1 ;

i only alternative, to-wit, public property lustrr!' at large ; its effect upon wages Sparr; will he justly proud of her numerous TIm J1 1J1M(\ r (Ut

in land in right. That this in true is and the condition of the laboring classes ; but exhibits. We are slow occasionally That Van lluren bound then the mountain took up the to relnr the,plain, ,,
i is
further ,shown by the fact that all\ land and Its merits as a tax. Of these the anything we attempt generally And with gnat nkill the drive! w -Artie..
values are created by the people in their first two only need be considered. in the terminated handsomely.The From tlilrty-s f>'en till tortrone.
.r collective capacity. remainder of this article, and first, as! to little daily i is getting to be intensely Then' Harllson, a stern old Whin,
interesting with its amusing! \\an Captain tuude of the Union brig, LJ.. tun '11'r\ III>: t t'li'pundli1H'E !!
c Jty land value we mean the value at he. practicability of the single tax. : Hut died. ere scarce, be had twin
tachinn to land independently of im One of the commonest objections made April story that points a moral, ending Ills ciuUe. In eighteen forty-one
provements. Thus, if in a city, one of t.o the single tax is that it would destroy, with So mote it. be," (odd ending that.) Then Tyler. who hlLeell of .lint ot wale I1! ;E //'I.V
Was Captain made the uhlp Mate.And
two naturarlly equal lots equally well located or nearly destroy, the belling value of' and the thrilling "serial. Our part of manfully to sail\ did strive, E irh line will make roo"f do trISN'T .
should have such a building uponit land and there would be no basis for assessment. the latter is creditable indeed. The desired from forty one till lort>'-flte.

as the Palace Hotel of !San:' Francisco, When it is considered! however effect is not obtained by the other I THAT (;UX( 1
Jam<-* h. folk from Tennewie
while the other remained vacant t',* that the selling value of land is party calling "our Harris of Sparr"onehorrid \\'an next our President tb.: .
land, values of the two would neverthe merely the capitalized rental value-that. name thirteen different times, Ad restored the iH-nuM-ratlc line N ew less ba equal ; or, in Kansas, the land i 1s to say, the estimated present value of according to the count made by Tom From furry-Hive. runtnine.Taylor .

value of an improved farm would be no the periodical rent. for an indefinite time; Sawyer. We continue to believe the With) the did fame then he in null triumph in Mc\lto.go Every; slJ \ a
more than that of a piece of unbroken it. becomes apparent that the true ami name inapplicable to our :M. D. To the rreMdt-ni'i chair In torty-nlne
55 prairie of equal extent, fertility and accessibility indeed only ueterminentof a land valueis J. ST. IVER. And restored HKaln the old.whig line
Hut death put| an end to bin cnrei-r. IK pouring in our 1'1\1''I| u.nlEUDTIFOL
to market In Florida the its rental value and there tobe
; or, ; seems When he'd IM.-CII President a year
land value of an orange grove would be no reason to doubt that. that could be i Magnolia Gleanings.Our And Mtllard Fillmore came to t*. ZEPHYR CLO
unimproved. as readily ascertained under the single. Regular CorronponJence. The President' till fifty-three

tax al at present. Users*,)f land know Mr. J. Payne sold land to the following Tho old \\ lug clan Ibiit hud arown quite fierce A pretty U
Before proceeding further, it is necessary what they can afford to lay for the use, named parties! in the l last week : 11'. \\'a* choked' to death Franklin Pierce.M / lUU nor sun.
to notu the distinction between and what they tI'o const-!- ho ri-mored i pure emoratlp leaven
a r.
pay S. Carter of Lufkin Texas 5 S.
; From fifty-three fifty-seven.\ Fine Table t
,+ value and utility. Value means what a lutes the rental value. It nukes no difference J:. Howe, of Silver Springs Park, :3 acres ; James Itiichauan from the keystone Slat;. Linen, Toil, ryi

thing will exchange for, estimated usually to tenants whether what they II. C. Noah, of Silver Springs Park, \ An honest wan though never great; ,
in termsof tho medium of exchange pay goes as rent to landlords or as taxes From fitly-seen tlll..lxty.olle.l'r Mere I | Bilk'! china Bilks' and !Sun
t acres. llaretl UKay tot the storm to come
Utility means usefulness.:! A thing. may to the government.As Our neighbor, Mr. John Pasteur, is
be cf. the greatest value and of little <>r to practicability of collection, notncstioll the of a handsome piano, and Then Lincoln, known 110II Honegt Abe," DAMASK TABLE CLOTHS &Di
and rice Thus diamond raised. It wouldhe possessor Won honors that will\ never fade,
no utility, vtrsa. ordinarily
a is
now your scribe delights in sitting on When h.. made the Union strong alltIlrt'ltl. IUdi.. Lini ) .
I .awnu and
shirt-stud i is of high value while at least to collect the tax its balltea not
> a.s easy as the front porch in the evening to listen And saved Irom wreck the ship of Mate
its utility I it almost nothing, Air, on the now to collect rent. It would be much to the beautiful strains of :Mozart and Ills work IM.-KIIU la nlxty-one. i 4

other hand 1 id of such utility us to L; easier in fact because improvements on Wagner as they float through the air. In And ntxty-rtve I JODIIROII through filled the fate lent'\of*his done time, Embroidery Linen, Plain an SIIrn

indispensable" but has no value. n.uin the land would be held as security for :Mr. and Mrs Howe, :Mr. and :Mrs. \\'bich ended in eighteen\ Hixty-uine.
in miud this distinction, consider the tax. Furthermore, tenants: being re- Leavittand Capt. Sprague, all of Hing- 'ha.liin. Henr.etta, |,.rettill
values moment.. eased) from the payment of all other Then General Grant so competent
ham :\nsi. guests at Mr. Noah's
. were In the field wa made our I'rest-lent.
In the first place, it is evident that tales, would! be better able to this Hamburg
st lay residence last Sunday, and they were 1'\\0 termato him were freely given, Embroidery and F.ne!
:, there can he no value without demand ; tax ; and, as will appear later, abil perfectlydelighted with this section. From plsty-nliM to beventy-!eteu.
I for unless' HOIIIO ones besides tile ow ut'rdcslr,11 fly would bo still further increased by show Thou R. B. lla>es. by a stroke of fate, &lIth hlChl
and trees
peach an ; boa
Orange \ h force of t rusts
\ hl had the
< seven to eight the iii i i'ID
a thing, it can not be exchanged.In tho better distribution of wealth and abundance of fruit. was victor In the race be run '
tho second place, only I two elementscan ,general: i increase of wages that would Mr. Crosby made us a 1,1l'llsant'illit And I'rwtiduut, till Ruventyone.ThenGarfield. RIbbons

enter into any value : coat of production result from the single) tax. one day last week JCMUO.: with truo I'hrllltll111'1I08.; all State X-\\\\
and excels of demand over Hl1ppl} '. There seem no !rood reason to doubt: A few shunt seeks! did till\ the place, r
Hither of tlu-Ati alone will wakehH', I then-fore' the practicability of the singletax And proailwd great reforms to make, FllIl' t 1mI' Ull ',1Ihlll1'; tint
euppoxing of course the presence of demand "UN to bull i a'l" (mient: ami collection. .* Gaudier Dots. For the iro'xl' of the land and the |>eople take, JOIU dld 1
in till first both Next the effect/ of Our Regular CoremKinJonoe.The Woe to the Mend. who d.d the deed.That L.Wf'j': .ISD
rause.or ; upon inipiovement made the hearti ol the I people bleed) II/I.IJRf.\'i ,c
but without one or the other, or both, land !by individuals sh'ippini!, cabbageha4\ begun May bin name In oblivion: ; txj loi-t:
there can be no value In the ras of A common objection\ is t that' the single :Mrs J. :M. Blair, of Stanton, spent a \\'ho** crime wm wrought at stick f"Ilrful cUIiI.'kel'r"Ri.ll'nt o:: h ,,,""I' step III' and try \\II. ,,.. ti wilO'UMwiH
those nitivileH that have to he produced tax would Innitf about \iituul covern- few days here last '" t'l'k'i'itillJt! : rela \ Arthur, in the hour of Brief,
\\ alletl I the of
as to H the fallen chief\ I: .
by h\4ln"II'V and of whit ;ii the supply' is stem ownership of laud and that ;individuals tives. And the work of line:; nation did: revive : ARE rite .'I'' \I.IT\, |

p, not limited' ), HS wli-'iv f-i, example, the would tlfi-refuro ii"t. t have Hen- Robert :Marshall has about completeda From eighty-one till eighty-five. -Ilr

supply on the! average is equal to (he .demand rity of |MiHSf,.Mnn and l wmiM l be afraid to cozy lesidence; on his: place near ton n. Then irover Cleveland KaliK-d the day, Reed eXrof'Chtloll' ran the I 'Ism

'l and the value H deteimined l b) make iinprovrtiiiMit*. This nhjectinn is Mi.: anti Mrs.I Carson, of Layton, Pa., And IICIUIM racy agate hail sway, Beaatifm:
:" the covt of prixlufiioii:! In the tune 01 l lit) fully mot !by existing conditions in who have spent the winter here !have And:: caused: all industries. to thrive.I -' Figured thallies, Be per]

those things vat i have to be piodmcd by litany places that it isMi|>n"ing) it should left for their home The alligators will l In/ow t'tlhh'l'nlIn.I.11111.t-/tarld; was\ lilt platform elghty true>tl\e. -1- I

,.' industry, and of which tho supply in bo i insisted upon In Baltimore one of miss Mr. ( 'anion1.1\ he was their sworeeneuly I'rotettlng the rnKCSCs from the ,e*, -AI.' .... ,
I., limited, as paintings by great artists, the commonest firm of investment is and takes numerous trophys' And rather than cut from hU well marke. line IIl1n"III" "I
"g. both cost of product ion mid excess of demand to carry land reserving a pl'll't'tnltl| with him in the shape of *titled t '):atorM, Ketire for a aeaxon in eiKhty-nlne. GEN'TS'

over supply enter as dements of ground rent, the grantee owning) all hides, h't'th:1'': Then Harrison with the tarifl high: ULTIII1 ( )
the value. In <'**"' of those things thai buildings and improvement. In San :\ T. :M. liickards is putting in water I Ilr. TiXirover t'leveliind said 1C000.t hy.," -1- 1r

are not produced 1 by man and which yeth Francisco the city ow IH a block of uroiindwhich works in his grove and will be preparedfor 1 \And\ a* numbered of sixty million!'re.it"n\| >ole twentytbeee] free ., liens. and
have value, as land, excess of demand has been leased to individualsand the dry season. lie can irrigate at a Furni.huit 'O.1t II1

+' over supply alone makes the \alue tiny have built upon it. In Chicago ; small expense and the benefits to he derived Sllirr Sprint,; Park Notes. -1-

Values that are created by excess ol and New York many tine buildingshave will soon repay him. Our Regular CornlRI>Ollllenre. 1'i.itl1.)11': l'HU'IS.

demand over supply art known as *c city values. No individual can claim that from certain cor|>orations. It is said going right/ ahead and in a short time Public exercises held Friday. ;
were XIJ.\lIX
he makes scarcity values, for they are that the greater part of London is built we will begin to assume city airs. had a desire to see the all 'who al, FO,
made by competition between iudivid- upon| leased ground, and that, in face of children had made. :Miss progress -'--.----' ...
is .
Prosky -
v'\ls. Thus, I if when a race horse is put the fact that at the expiration' of the Cltra Callings. succetwful and accomplished a S1011: iS) :1t .. V,.

); up at aact.iontwo sporting men run him lease, all improvements go to the land Our Regular Correspondent.Mr. Several\ prizes were awarded. A teacher. tit :\It-I I astDaaLaa .n.

-r up to a high figure by bidding-, it ii clear lords. .Under l tho single! .tax, a. tenantwould :. C. W. White, Mrs. S. E. Glove thing wa noticed, namely. not strange one of 110 I the:ill V. w
__ _
teat neither can say that he caused the nave me that his
.. certainty taxes ana .niss Late 11 unite, went 10 Ocala our school trustees \\'t.'rtt'prt'8ent.. Is ALL KINDS Fl oil
r' horse to sell for more than an average would never exceed the actual fair rental Thursday. Mrs. Glover went front this non-interest or lack of ambition. OF F '

, horse would bring. It is the competition value of the land-indeed that taxes Ocala to Monticello, having received a A quiet wedding took place on the 3rd -

'", between the two. The deductions from and ground rent together would not exceed telegram, announcing the serious illness inst., at the Park )louse Mr. C. K, -0- 01'nl\
:" this principle are important. Scarcity it ; for if it i is settled now beyond of an aunt, Miss Fannie Mathers. Mrs. Urimson and Miss Angle Burchell) were Talc b'IU blPlCTtmc a adspe

values are made br the people at large, controversey that a tax upon scarcity (SI. returned from Monticello, yesterday made one by Htj\ lY M 1. Henry. The t STOCK! or e
or at all events by a body of them. But I values can not be shifted. All improvements Work has commenced on the new couple an hour after the de. LSD Low PIi iriBttale.

r. in the case of commodities that owetheir would belong, to the tenant ; and store house of Mr. };. :M. Simmons.: l parted for the \\Vst. They ceremony will spend .
existence to individual exertion, the if he forfeited( his possession by failure Milk shakes and soda water are in or- the summer at Quincy, Ill with Mr. U's com
a' public can lay no claim to the values to pay his taxes, improvements der now. mother, returning to the failAccess
the on'grel
created by their demand, because by the would bring over and above the This town is seriously affected with a to the young. couple. Ii :THE!! REDUl I

law of nature every man can do as he I taxes would be hlj But he would be case of conundrums, all efforts to arrest Hotel Marion closes its doors t this week mar
will with his own powers, provided he better able to pay because he would the fearful ravages of the malady have for the summer. Mr. I). .
Arnold ........ Truty
will ....
does not infringe the equal rights of save all that he now pave in taxes on been futile, notwithstanding the untiring i retreat to his Newport cottage ...... ............. ..... .. .
others ; and while the public demand other things than land "What he paysas energies and skillful etiorts of tine Spring Park avenue. on Silver :

v does add to the value of his production, rent alone now would cover both rent entire a pulace-most. Quite a crowd of ladies and Kentll'wenenjoyed !i OF STOCK }

yet the existence of such demand among and taxes under the single tax. Ills Mr. C. W. White is at Wild wood. a trip down Silver Springs run .........."--.....-._ ............. tRwh
the people is due to his superior lowers ability to would' be further increasedby
pay Mr. W. I). Cam, who now lives at last Tuesday. ..
,i' With land,on the other hand, not only the general raising of wages! which : Bparr was in Citra, Sunday, and wants Marie Delaml Hoot, wife of the Rev 3IEAN6 GOODS AT we
a; is the value due exclusively to the public would result from the single tax, as will the BANNKR one vur.I M. Henry, ll"partt'this life '* cit

demand, but that demand arises, not be shown later. I Walter Ware, Citra's. fashionable bar The deceased WAS 72 years of age April Many 1. .---...AND............,BE........]. cat
from what any individual has done but The objection falls to the ground, ber, is working for the Palace DrugStore strangers from our sister towns attended ...-....................-. 8nIW
from a universal need. Land values, therefore; for it is idle to say that what now. the funeral and the body -.a.

therefore are created by.the. people and is actually done now, could! not be done The ladles of the M. Jo;. Church, gave ress in the grounds of the residence.was laid to 'If
no individual can set up any right to under much more favorable conditions. an entertainment at the residence o( 0---...

them. }Ir. It. C. Douglass, Tuesday evening. Delightful Ekcuralon ....-.....!.................... .. cani
This principle is easily illustrated. In They Want Hutu. Dr. Ellis is attending the case of Mr.Ed Silver _.._.... -
Kansas City for instance there are vacant Mr. Walter Lochbie Mr. H. has Springs and Ocklawaha River -
Robinson! the portly and I. Hopkins, at typhoid .T.
i lots worth eight dollars a square genial banker and cotton merchant of fever. steamer for Eureka: Captain Coons, leaves .--......-..... .t \.. (
foot that thirty would scarcely Gainesville id in the K. Wartmann who lives Grahamville after the arrival of the ... .. .. --
years ago city and said to areportl'r Mr. U. at train .. .....-... ... ..
have brought fifty dollars an acre. The of the little dally" that the Ocala for tho present, was in Citra Saturday in morning time :for from Ocala and returning: ... .. ItC\
ground is in the same condition now it countyJofAUchua Is suffering very much passengers to connect with : atIL
I was then. The increase in value is due from drouth, and at the present time the The Tennis court\ Edgewood is the evening from train for Ocala ; 2ti miles-fare ;-es.-1: \.1.1

solely to the growth of the city, and in vegetable crop in consequence of a lack source of attraction. Many pleasant afternoon Ocala and retnrn. tl.50_ dSfebSm: :-'pIMUT-: .1g

much as no individual owner has done of rain, is injured to the extent of $10,000 are spent there under the aus- Tournament Prlaes.
to such land to create lie of and in with the friendsof The : I -- B
anything whatever a day says one patch of cabbages pictw company Exposition| management Is tleterI I .. '
its value, either demand or ehi consisting of 150 acres would prove Misses!' Della and Lindsay mined to make the tournament rj

creating public it a total loss unless rain comes speedily, IUKX. the most attractive days of the one: of
the value rightfully belongs to the peo as the vegetable is fast running to seed. don and a large number of Joxpo i.

ple who have made the value. If the wishes and prayers of the DAILY As there was a part of a verse left out f ln the city to witness It. People will

1 Thus it appears both a priori and a pot BANNER are of any efficacy, Alachua of l'rof.ttreator'; ,"l're ideuts in Rhyme," The following priies are oflered j

teriori that land values belong to the peo>> shall have all the moisture its truckers in correction' r, republish it with Fjret prlte-One hundred dollar: in ,

t pie in hatooele capacity need. proper today ;

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Cad This Exposition, incorporated under the law of the State ol 1 lonthi., opened! at --

i'' Ni' inn era t ''fNIARIO' A v' COUNTY\I l t tOR1DA JANUARY 29tll) 'l8g9. '

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31I Len$ ( .CLOSE MAY FIRST 1889.

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T!. I 111 be an Exposition I'()I lologi i<,al. horticultural and Apicultural }products of Florida and her soils, tiinbeisJ\voods imner.iN and Hvo stock, and in addition article
0D t: t.: .' '(of general interest from all State: and countiieKntiy: is open to the world for the display of its products. No charge for entries! nor \ npaco for the products n' ..tUa
4+ ely r of Forida.lited} ,
States Experimental Station fur impio\ement and deV:elopnlvlt of products indigenous to this section has been located contiguous' to our exposition' ground
\jl\ / invite exhibits of all descriptions paituulaiU: those pertaining to the arts mechanics and'agnculttire: guaranteeing uniform (.tHlrtt'I'IY to all oxhiltitols.tan' .

ax ndwnh CASH PREMIUM LIST, $3,500. .

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king> taliifaction to all.
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of the finest and best t'quippe.1| l tianknu homfi in the State owned l by the :BOARD OF DIKECTOU8.:-- -A COMPLETE; : Li'sE-: :
"" Ve have special l facilities for makin; l'oUt..tlOn on all accessible points
[will extend every courtesy and favor to our <'ustomer*consistent with sate -OK--
1'and shall(give; prompt and I careful attention toal! 'busineat entrusted to UK
your BANK ACCOUNT and all business In our line andtee
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Advertuing Kates.' )
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-Sire 11 yr. |16 m. |18 m. I 11 jnj 11 wk | once (9 .
1 column t:+on ll.V I a :.iiolnTijsToo'
175 1(10fiO 611 I s au 6 00 1 90
Y4 100 M 10 on i 2 no 100 .
.' 2 Inches M 80 18 7 00 1 7175
1 inch __ao 3012_ 45t25 50

locals, 10 rent* per line.

For further information apply at office or "
address: T Te t

_. _. ___ Business Manager.

J, )[. Currjr'M Herlo Comic Lecture C ( t/f !

at the Exposition buiMintr on the night .
" of the lllli I inst., at the request<< of th and
'. ..
,. Citrus
: county delt' "tlnu. Lniili( and
.I the worl.II..aulh.. with von, Weep and It.t l lr tar ,
: you weep Alone." But go and laugh, feel O his l
i merry, brighter<< and happier, when you rti
hear the brighter, better, beaming side Catnosl
of this dark world entel. ;rl r'
twprt\ 11
.. Citrus County Star please' (r \ \ N adif
| copy.
__u'_ __ __ \\
' Mr. Oliver Howard Blood) of L R
manufacturer of the Blood needles, in \\\) t\\J\ nor'
, guest of the OCR la House. ;t 1Itr1"i

uncl.--- 11, l,,

II, slippersl'fll, hat In and by MrswkrankoLyone' | G $ 1.1 1. ,,I Oeli 1'

t;' BANNER Pay for office.this notice and get: gouda 2t.at $ sire i e

(00 I) I
a Notice to Ocala Tax 1'ajrer A

lain ready to collect city taxes for 1S88. \ Jt
? FRANK 1'. OAJ) ON,
z 3apr dIw w4t City Tar Collector. This yr sl,I1m } 9i

Lenten Service roduct! i
a Sacturc. hRt t
There will be Lenten Services at (trace i

Episcopal Church on Monday, Tuesday \ LO
and Thursday afternoons at 4:30: p. m.,
r and on Wednesday and Friday eveningsand
; 7:30.: \\1\1

A comfortable well kept hotel that \,, Ytlfr
charges most reasonable rates, is the .
y' ,w Harriett House, Savannah, Ga., fo )long, :w n
conducted by Mr. M. U Harnett."-JVrw -LOCATi(
l' York 11 orw. marl llf &Di

4 Stock HAle at I';. Hoot & Company's
'y. Htables. LANL

We will offer for sale for the next .. \
thirty days fifteen head of good driving / n uFide

t 4 and work horses at much less than their '} ,
\ present value. Do not joins this oppurtu THE n.... |J __ -- 1 t
pity to buy a good horse cheap., Our
terms are cash. E. HOOT tit (;o., ABSlE.

Livery Stables, Ocala, Fla.

r. 3aprd A w 1mHave Your Money. IS THE PL.HOrnCE t .1'\'\ .

r' Be sure to call at the second hand) I)did n;|

store under the Montezuma Hotel, be : tu
fore you buy anything you may need.
You will find new and nearly new furniture KIIKHIKK'S SALE. cii
crockery, lamps, pictures and in THE OCALA HOUSE. ,
short, it is a medley store and the only BY VIRTUE OF AN KXm'TION ISSUED "IT'Yps spa{
of th i circuit court In and tor Marlon
real bargain store in town. county, Florida bearing!: the date of March 21it,
8Apd3wl. A. II.. l'49." wherein" T. J. MVtlW and U. A. a I B. RIFinest [
DWKLI.KY.partnersdoinK! huilueM in the firm
Boarding HOIIHC to Kent at Crystal name of 5iERM.t \VKLLKY I: are plafntifls.

lUvcr. of and the WILLIAM estate of K.A. Mllo.\UACiAN.K. \\ urn:, deceased ndraiuUtrator, Is de pQIopI
A large and commodious boardinghouse fendant. I have levied upon and will cell at pub The Leading Hotel of the City Liv
with Kervants house, stables, tic outcry to the hnhet! bI.Mt'r< for cash, at the I
court house door in Ocala,
Marion Flu *lda -
yard, etc., to rent.on eay terms.. Address, on county
m29dlt w3t.* CrJ'stallth't'r. Fla. during l the legal l hours for aaie, thefoltiwln I ,
eels l of land and their appurtenance I in t i
T------ Y011
county a'l/retlalt.' to-wit : The goiUheMlqut tr
Notlc-e. of nortlieai; quarter of section twentyyeven ((27)) UNSURPASSED IN APPOINTMENTS TO ANY IN THE STATE1 gal, e
t The city market will be closed here township tlxuen, ((16)) south of range (twent -two 'i
.. alter and bo (:2)) runt, and the'nouthwetit ; uorihwcot |-W'A
on b'inday nothing can purchased quarter and the east half 01l1orlhwel't .
quarter, .. IKS.:
t at the stal Is. This I in by order o lesa twenty (C-V) acres on east side of mnnlon _____ j ____-__. ARCHITECT
1 the city market men. lOapr dwlt twenty-vli: (M), of township nlxteen ((16 south of A
___ rang: twenty-two f.( a!> east, contalrinK I in all one
hundred and acre Said I toeing
t sold to satisfy said exe 'Uiion and ('("'III. April 2, Repainted I Inside and Out I Ajrt
)1, A large black mare strayed from my lkM K: \VILUAMd.. Sheriff -FurnUhtd A
Ju. D. MrCoNNiu., AU', oq'tea
1. for 1'1'11' SapraiKlMASTKll's : uton
: residence in Ocala. If tlAk.nII', let
tltev't'' '
me know or information will be liberally
rewarded. HALE.UNUKll OrnCI-Rf.'IIDlca : nuT \\
f" :
fair ll2t\\1 W.T. KINu.i AND 1>> BY VlKTt'K: OF A FINAL PE- OCALA, I lo\\
----- forvcloniire rvn.lensl by lion. J J. Kin REFITTED THOROUGHLY WITH ELEQAN1 FURNITURE ) \.. 11Oatt-
i Icy, Judge of theCircutCourt) ,In and
) Yen, That' what 1 Bald. for Marion .
I :
county Florida, on the .lUh day of March, A. I> .
t I have IItl'em'fOry) fine Villa Franca II.IUA'au.e.*\ wherein, CLAKA It. \\ ALLACEft and
lemon buds for sale at W thousand ai.. are complainants, and UKO. II. DAVIS, ft"oL I I. J. One
k per are defendanu.' in which decree l I wa Ppolnted.u I BRC
f- besides some varieties of oranges cheap. |> Masterl, wlllofer( for sale l atpuliUc bi Ulk. >| irifftnisV:.
t Budding a II best of refer outcry at the court house door in Ocala, Florida, We \ ,.
application.E.D. to the highest! .bidder. for(cash on -1.0
!... enceu given on THE & l com

5aprCt. wl Stanton, Fla. aw the following mill, complete described; one huller property I one, U engine wlt: One and 8ERY1 guararv{*| pet
-- two vlrcitlar, mill.saws, now Incatefl and. operating| \ rats .
The First National Bank of Ocala will at Itoclc sprliiK". Marion county, Fla. Hold: to -I I. Tnf
satisfy Mid dual dMrev.FOKiUST. I
pay all school warrants properly enoreed. OFFERS ty
: M. L. PAYNE, Jko. U. lUiKl>oN, t>;iecial Master PUB
County Supt. Public Instructions. Complainant Sol'r 4april30d OF MTSSEBY \>ejAel i
8apr2t P. GARY M. D PINES A .
1.11108. 8t
Teams Wanted.U. JmJIM -artsIiERI 1djan152rn Ii J welcUJ

S. Marvin, of Martin Station, who PHYlICUM AND V50105. .. .. cail
has the contract to supply rock for St. Roams, Agnew A Mary's Block, OCA LATwentyMTen
Johns Jetties, want a number of teams year's expeiienc in Florida HOUSE -
UeaMa.. diJuSin | -HARNETT ::: : Millinery Millinery \a.'l
to haul same. Apply at Martin Station. .............. .... ... ........ waiilG,87-ly :e:::: s --- ; I Tt

apr dlOt w4tMagnolia DRS. G. H. -1- .: ............ ...................... ........... .TIr a
Nursery. & J. C. PERINE, Our Milliner is at home again :: :::: =::Ofering!! b)tbPulill?: h: .,. aDni
. ..
Resident Dentists. _LEADING POPULAR HOTEL OF- ... .
The finest and best variety of orange f ftrees FLORIDACUHIOSI'TJES

J. dC" F. n. ''f Nil OCALA, FLORIDA at SAVANNAH . GEORGIA. i ... ............ .. ......... .. .......... .. .. ...... .' '\

'... w8febtd Be1lnie.1a. All branch KcoU of dentistry. Teeth filled and ............With........'a..Full........and.......Complete............Stock.........of... ; AND FAN'I O. C1F
preferred. crowned with .. ..
... ... .. '" .
Wanted. |e CJL Artlflclal sets from Aneiontii porcelain to* fall or fold set. I II .. ,......... ..........................-..... STATION) tiQ

Strictly SraKlaas dentistry at moderate prlOM .. ... _..................t FINE MILLINERY --
"L Twelve joante: lade from nine to thlr TOOT rowDit A SMCUITY ........... ....... _.... OFFICE -
.1 -- -- I ELECTRIC yjjH" "; ::.:.:: -.......... 8l'PPLJES -- c
I "o
ffJ'teeD ment years day,old April to l1thapp'ly a et &I* con Tourna- .. D. FCU-ta. JAMIICHACI-- !I .. *"". ........-........-.trytlllag...... .......Flni:1........:....ua.....=..:.:.....M.GOODS ...... ..-. .'....... .. -AT-11.>",r -- I
,_ F; .. JO.Cuuz.Secy. DKSTISTS. ."-...AfuU LineoliiigittuLATEST<<.... ee i';1 tV
Artesian W" ,U Water. Street Cars to aU Pepou. = -...:\
,MR.'E. YONOE & C).. The Ocala Plum Special attention Ct-&OCro.D Bridgework, HO' d;&= sh NO'ahra ] (1
1 "MLttCkll" 1 tlad.esainlne their fine stockwd 2oldplau and all Ant-tIes. operation pertain. -1- ,;

\ r kood work at reasonable prtOA tag to the eatnotloa Dental An.of Uas eth.adaUaUtered omc Is lor Tint the RATES REDUCED TO t. PER DAY. -..-- '-'-' -' --. '.- ,..OQ hand-I"'- ..

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