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 20, 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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ALL. Hearing Fruit. \

In an editorial comment upon recent

He will not Attend and Gifts Ad. article published in the Ocala BAHstR,
vice to the Ocala Uitles. CITY OFFICERS, t
proposing that nothing but landsihould!

I r -- To the, Editor of the Banner : be taxed in raising revenue, the 7im1". ClerkA.Msyor-Dr.Tho.P.GarM. Bullock.

New York Society seems to be torn Vnion says : Nsr hel-C. E. Bali
-'. r.uadsou.,
from stem to stern over the inomeutus The Ocala IHxNKR maintain l with Anc K>r--4 E. Mayer.en.,

question as to who shall compose the marked ability it. proposition to lat T1'euurer-R. .
r land alone, permitting personalty and City Attorne ItonncnWno. F'
Dunn .
quadrille at the opening of the Washington President of
La t improvements' jjo untaxrd. In answer Board of AMermen-J. F. DUYiLE. W Agnew.
r Centennial ball, to be given in -, ( >*"*,;* <'
to those .Ito hold that ouch a system J. T. Lancaster John A.
r, 0!!! FfipF M 2Uth'if Smfih II. W.Chandler,L Brown and \\. U.'Mai.
f rxlntl -- y t ( Sew York on the, April. would tend to keep out immigrant, the shall. '

i iliHf.Af t This ball ito b. given on the occasion II.tNNERCOntetdsthat the very reverse sanitary Innpector-\VT. KJnf-

of the cTfabration aforesaid, and i is would happen. It dtHan the prevent COUNTY OFFICERS.

@f. to be in )hl or of that grand inauguration ) system is levied in the interest of land I County Jndne-Rlchard MeOonathT.J
speculators', and\ a punishment to tho .. .
of onyrhundred years ago) so the i County Clerk-I A. Miller i ilSheriff
coinmitty in charge :desire to have the actual and industrious settler. If tho T. WUlIIUllL' "
those who descended immigrant will give the subject of tax atioif l A-.or-J, C. JbtnewL
dance opened by only are Collector-H.T. *artmann,Cltra. w
from revolutionary heroes. anything like careful investigation TnolUtlrer8.rylts.. '* ''

That select 400( who represent all that he will find that by placing the taxes on 1 Superintendent Public IDI\ructton-U..L.
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{worth!\ knowing in New York, in their I the soil and not on improvements, taxes Payne County, Klemlnicton.CnmmliiKloners-H. W. Inn ."j.. wje P.

own opinion, ,le"ire to run the alrl.lrand would be more equal\ and less burden Trantham M. H. Roe, F.Ii. teats, W. P>.WU.
I guess they will do! it. Rome' than they aro now. Say! tint im. llamas ', '.8S>1

Mrs. Arabella De fcmythe descendedfrom i migrant buys! forty acres of land at $5 The County Commltitlonen meet tl1elira&tloo. "ffJ;
day in month.
I'KX/W) AT OCALA, FLA., JASUA1D' ::Itll. (&\:' plain Job f Smith, who held Wash f1per acre. An examination of the tax- School. Board-F. E. lUrrti. H.T. Wartmann;

-- --- ington's; horse while the old gentlemangot looks would show that the former owner M. 8. Maser' A. R. Griffin. P. L. Durisoe.\ 'wssi ?
down and had cumin match with assessed l it at about :jl.25 per acre schonlJbardmecanntMondayineverymonth.
4 CIIUItC11ES.The .
AT TIll: {
BUDGET OF HOME NEWS CharieR Lee at Monmouth; Mrs. Josephine The new purchaser who buys for t the JIll r. COUNTY BOARD OFHEALTH._ u

j -- Olereigh i grand-daughter pONe of settlement Find' (cultivation goes '
Texts for Tomorrow < -in-law of Pat O'Hily, who blacked I1h'u.land. clearsthe land The assessed ecretarJ-c&pL K. B. RichardsonMembersDr e '
fI C. L. BITTIXUER,City Editor 1 B.U'1'I CHURCJI-C. II. Sash, ra tor. the General's boots during three years of valuation is i immediately int'sease.l. D. A.InrtnT Hmttn! Anthony, ){CIIt...; ,' .
11. S Motor and D. IL .
_-=-= = Sunday School 'J::>0 ; sermon by tho pas the war; Mrs. Catherine Van Jonee, I L'hat is the way he is met at I the very 'l

t "Y" don't )'oucaU on 'V"the jeweler tor 10.45.: Subject : "A Fitting ObserVance whose husband is fourth descent from threshold of becoming: citizen, or, a* BOARD OF TRADE. ,",..\!. .'1 'nf"

d8fdJ td of Easter" Prayer meetingat 7:30.: Ebenezer Jones, who kept shop in 17SO the Floridian expresses it, of "attaching l're I.lont-J. F. Dunn. '%.:'"\. l 4r;

Read Benjamin & Fox's new ad which Sermon at 7:30: A. M. Subject : Howto on the White Plains road, and shod the litnxelf to the soil." Ho next builds a \'lrol'roaldena-U. A.. Weathers. --,,- ", ,,
Overcome and its Glorious liesults." General's borne are all members of the house for Imnsclf arid family, and barns t'-'C'retArr-Wm. Fox.Hoard .'if.
appears in another column.Mr. 01 Governor' *-A P. Man Jr. C.;R.he\n- ,: .
.MKTIIOUIST: CiitRcit- J. U. Ley, Pastor. upper tendum, while ten thousand lovely and stables' for housing his feed and! mier Jno. K. Dunn J. U LinngatonlB.A. .,

Mitchell, of the Lake Weir Jndeendcid Easter services! at 11:45: : A. M. Subject : women, scattered all over this goodly stock, and for every dollar's worth' of W eathcrs. Win. Fox and S. W, Moody, ,... \ ".

i ]> paid us a pleasant call to-day. If Christ be not raised from the dead land, are descended from the heroes who mprovements, he is confronted with a UUILDINO AND LOAN ASSOCIA. :r.I

your faith is vain,ye are yet in your sins." left blood prints on the snow with their fine in the shape of additional taxes TION \\t

( We learn from the Ocala ifs'thodist Church will be handsomely decoratedand bare feet, and wrung freedom from Iris display of energy in any and every trrrlhh'lIt..C.
B. Wilmer.11
that the total mvmbership of the church singing appropriate. A cordial in. tyrants on many a hard fought direction is taxed. His i fencesaretaxtsl, Vies I'n..htl'nt-Ed. Itelouett. .}

in Ocala, i is 180. vitation to all field. Mrs. Unperten will go to Hill growing crous are taxed. his house! Secretary! and Treasurer,-Louis Fox.rIWmr.l
I the ball, and next month her hold and kitchen (furniture; his horses, ot 1IIn-cton-J. T. Lancaster Isaac Bta
.' 1 and wife left for their P.EEI''TERIAN Ciu acirJlev. W. II. Got- cows, mules asses hogs sheep and rheas, I. Brown U. FlsheL A. E.!: Deloueat U.D.
Dr. Oatman wald Pastor, Subject in the morning at husband will put up the rent on a score gnats; Zacharlas and K, A. Burford.
Connecticut home to-day.! The BANNER and of poor workingmen to pay for the are all taxtd. On the other hand, the
J Resurrection. OCALA
11 A. H,: IU8! RIFLES
them. owner of the adjoining land who slums
follows fiddler. The great-grand-uaughters of
Subject in the evening at"7:30: p M.: "Tbe the men who did the lighting! will not go. no evidence of good citizenship, who r:r.talneo.. A. Nash. <4'W y

. i iyi B A numler of distinguished and titled Strength Young Men. And then, there is Kateau Browne the does nothing to improve his land and First Lieutenant McConnell.*
Second Lieutenant E.
'11"i* Frenchmen were registered at the Ocala EPISCOPAL Cm'Rcn-C. B. WIDER, colored dude of New York, supposed to make it ,'alatahlwho is holding his Forty Members. WUllama. ? ,"

House yesterday._ Hector. Subject in the morning : "Purgeout descend from Cato Brown, who was acres absolutely for purposes of s FIRE COMPANY.

"V. We had a pleasant call today from Mr. therefore the old leaven that ye may Washington's cook and body-servant at lotion, and sits idly am! quietly} town
be a new lump as ye are unleavened.For Yorktown this for 1 the waiting to be struck by a "boom," inaugurated Chit f-P. A. league.
Carpenter, of.Eastlake, and Dr. J. C. Du- ((1 cin prove saw
Christ Passover is sacrificedfor MARION HOlE CO. 110. 1.
even our chest with frying coffee and brought about by the ,
Bois of Montague. camp pan, pot,
------ us: therefore let us keep the feast, butcher knife, and all the paraphernaliaof labor of others, is taxed t at a merely 'ol''man-Mallrh'fI, Kheinauer.Hcorelary s
q -J, II. ,,lieu.Trt'uurt'r.A. .
*- The Methodist Sunday-School! (white) not with the old leaven, neither with the a well regulated camp kitchen, just nominal figure." E. eloues. ,

,''f.; of Ocala, has 13 teachers, 106. scholars, leaven of malice and wickedness, but aa Cato left them on that memorableday This argument of the BANNER is i a Regular meetings nrst and third Friday In each

'76'-', ;' with an average attendance of 61. with the truth.unleavened"_I Cor.bread v. of 78.sincerityand Subject in October, when Washington cutotrCornwallis' good one and at tho same thou reasonable moiitb. l'IiOUCTIllUlll OO..iJ'0. X ..
head lick with his
one and the Khutor-Democrat heartily **" ,
;;:. The Board of church extension has in the evening : "And with great the ForemanIxmU Volk. .
FT sword. The whole outfit is in National A 1\1I IlIta"l-C. I. YOIIK
lends it to the BANNER in
: donated 1,000 towards erecting the power gave the Apostles witness of the Museum at Washington city and support securing Hwrt'iaryllarriwin M. llurnettTrBftniirer

ra>. new Methodist Church in this city ands the Resurrection of the Lord Jesus : and 'I there I saw it-not at Yorktown where the passage of law looking to this -..K. R. Yonie. v t

1500 on five years' time. great grace was upon them all."-Acts the head chopping took place for I am end. If there are any benefits to be oe Regular nn-ctluK 2nd Monday each month t

:Gafford Bellcview- passed iv 31. not that old. Doggone the English language cueed from the State, the active, energetic HOOK AND LADDER COMPANY.] V
- .; Mr.J. A. ,
through Ocala today en route for California Arrivals at our Hotels. anyhow It gets me so mixed up settler, who is laboring to do all ho l'n'llo1tmt-Ahram Palmer. .
\ some times that I could CUPS. As where Foreman-\Mlks Hentx. ;
via his old home in Indiana. lie OCALA IIousic, April 19.-R. Gamble, 'nough nation 100 old can to build up the beat interests of the AmlHtaut'-Wrlls( Richardson. ; ',; a
will be with us again: next winter. II. N. McCully Jacksonvile J. H. How More years Twenty members. r
vr J' ; ought! to have an American language) State, certainly should be tho first to re .1 ,
ard and wife, Grahamville ; F. Irving to that ball but hewon't TULULA LODGE, NO. O.O.P VL'v
will to
Mr. B. C. Bowman, of Williamsport, Keiser, Yew York ; T. 1 S. Paine, Ga.; yearn go ceive them. ,
a pleasant call Saturday go-not if he puts forty Eon --- [Meets every Tuesday neD C.1:
Penn., paid us Walter Hawkins, E. T., V. & G. K. U.;
i and negotiated for fifty-two copies of the De Massol Counte A. De Mas- the end of his name. No, no, Kateau, A triangular argument about taxation W.II. (Challle N. O. >MB ,
In the State the BANNER. Counte G. you are a"nigger," and a"tigger"InNew ill being carried on between the O('ALA W. M. Phillips, Hecrrtary. MI
beat paper sol, Vte. Dui Bouexie, G. De la Sablure, S. York is a very small worm-eaten potato. BANNER, JaltahaMte Floridian anll'trrv All tolling brothers cordially lnvltod.' | ..1Berrioei

_ Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Josaelyn, Mr. Ii. P. De La Brosse,W.D. White De Montiel Clint, Paris K. C., You can go to the biggest ball ever given Uanntr. The Ocala paper advocates OCALA CHAPTER NO. 13, RJA, 14OcalaChater 1 ,

*H Gerald and two daughters", Mr.Chandler France ; Chas.York.MOJCTKZCMA ; in Hayti, and to one nearly so large in henry George's theories and does BO No. 13, R. A. M. Coal
New Aatbue
Taft Mrs. B. F. Hamilton'and E. B. Cuba, but nr.t in these United States of with characteristic ability, while its oj>- Brat Monday uightln every month iiur11. *--. 4"

_. Camp Eastlake, left on the 19th fort HOTEL, Apr. 19-Mrs. Mary North America. No, no, not this century. ponents strenuously insist that a tax in W. 1.0., -,

their homes in Massachusetts. Williams, Crystal River ; Miss Eurico Our home company, the Ocala Rifles the shape of a gronnd!-rent would result PRESBYTERIAN CHURL '} '

: I Williams St. Augustine; Jno. D. Leitner, wish to go, and at tnis writing I don't In great evil. As far aa we have hay W. II. UOTWALD. Pastor.f ;
v CapL W. C. Zimmerman; the popular Miss Leola eitner, Master Jno. Leitner, know how bad they wish it, but I think pondered[ the matter, we are Inclinedto Sabbath services at U a. M. and r, .' J

'n I' clerk of the court of Citrus county, was' Leitner: K. A. Greiner, city; P. A. Har thev will throw away lots of good money : the views of the logician of the OCAI.A School at V.30 A. Wednesday evening-

.pt I I- a visitor to our Exposition yesterday.lie i grove, Jacksonville ; W. if. Scott, Cincinnati and never get within smelling distance BANNER, for it does seem unrighteous al7:31.tI atl free, The publtecordiallyEPISCOPAL f

feels very proud of the Citrus exhibit Ohio ; J. Ira Gore, Cedar Keys ; of the ball. Of course they will not fine a man by taxing his enterprise Inputting CHURCH. "

and the Exposition as a whole. J. T. Whitcomb, Atlanta. Ga.; Geo. F ul- expect to attend the ball for they improvements upon land.-/>".

ler. Scotland Conn. haven't all got: the right kink of swallowtail burgtT. Rm. C. Ii. WILMK. Rector: f
We are under obligations to Hon. will back every Sunday 10:4\: in., and e
coats. They come
Wilkinson Call for a compendium of the Given the Go-by. From the Detroit He 1'retn. m., standard tliae. rk-aU freu. Sundayat
home with about barrel and half of '
a a 3 \\. II.
The End ol the World p. m. ChamberlainHuperinlem:
.:<. Tenth Census. The population of Ocala'
We were informed yesterday that Mr. experience apiece and no money. Better .
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1 is placed at 803, and of the county of R. H. Coleman, president of the J., T. &: stay at home boys, and lets all go According to Cardinal Nicolasde CURB, TRAVELER'S GUIDE. (
Marion at 13,849. The next census will this should have occurred in 1704. He
s &. W. system, would pass over the Florida down on the river and have the biggestfish : e
show a very large increase demonstrate it thus : The delude happened ---
Southern in a special car today going fry you ever saw. We will chartera
- \L r+ i ii South. It was arranged that Mr. J. rowboat and a couple scow, then one in the thirty-fourth jubilee of Schedule of the S. S. O. A: 0. R. R.
the interference
But for of
timely '
this forenoon O. Clarke, secretary of the Semi-Tropical bright morning we will float! down the fifty years from the creation (A. 1700)) l.cave Ocala___........,......... ..,,_ 11:30: r.1e 1
I I' editor-ln-chief the BAN1D Exposition would be wired about the river ard capture Fort Gibson.I and therefore the end of the world Arrive............. ......tK .. .. ........... .,..... IIU: A K
office would have been the .
i,I'i';.:.' scene of a pugilistic probably fracus between a time his car would reach Ocala, and a I shall not go to the ball in New York should the. ChriNinaa occur on era the, or thirty-fourth A. I). 1704.year The of C. *: P. R. R., (Old F. R. &: N. Line,)">l ,
of citizens for vious the least is that
number our most prominent reasons, not
. of the Brick
f r compositor City Company 1 Schedule
four yur.'ere'lt.lt.lt.. to :
:, inteudedto meet the distinguished is getting If of our grace oorapen i
%h head of the gentleman my crop grassy. any I
| and" the" man _daily._ at the station, and a basket of readers go, please tell the managers why sate for the blunder of chronologists respecting : 1'au+enger tonth bound .............._ t\1: A M
1IIP. the first year of grate.The I" south bound .............._ 1:41 m 4Psss : ,
LL1 ]Representative hutch, being a member beautiful flowers were prepared by a I cannot be there, and beg I< them not to dates fur the end of vnaer .. ...... .........? 64)7: m .
of the committee to visit the State:; number of ladies to present to him with let the information cast a damper l over most |popular i Freight ......_...._.. loom: '
15 the world or what M practically the
Gainesville extended his their greetings. But no message of the the gathering. Tell them to let "Jov be NOR1H BOCMD.Pawenger "+ i'
Ct at .
,. seminary ,
,) L! visit to his home where he will rest in time of his coming was received and it unconfined," and to "on with the dance! ," same thing, the millennium are the following arrives In Gcala..........._....... 9-07: A M
T' was afterwards ascertained that he had and to "lay McPufl" and to "let her : 1757, bwedenborg: ; 1830, Johann IM: r m
it of his until
fclhecbosom family Monday. Abrecht Hengel 181), Win. Miller of A M
'*_*The Doctor is a painstaking and efficient passed through on a pay train withoutever go Gallagher, until the rising, sun tinges 1SGO Dr.; John Cumminir 1881 monger: ........... ; W.i&r: *
i i'., member of the legislature and is serving as much as saying, pooh I all the orient with glory, and the milk America: ; ; WILL HOPKIJIS t'p.Tv"Ticket Ageatr
Mother It
Shipton. was very generally
and well. cart rattles o'er the stony street. Tell F. S. R. R. Time Table.
ye' constituents, ably The Ocala Methodist. them that I cannot leave the tender believed in France, Germany, etc., that .
the final end of tho world would tours BOVNb.Paxnenger

_Mr J. A. Jury, the affable commission This is the name of a little paper sandspur I grain be with to dally with my corn In, happen In the thousanth year after an Ivei In Grata.................... 1:35:: m
but will them in
- er.from Polk at our Exposition, printed in this city in the interest of theM spirit. u .. _. G./:' r M .
county therefore much of the land '
leaves today for his home in Bar tow. E. Church South, and distributed my dreams I will whirl Mrs. Ex-Presi Christ; remained Freight :: ......!.y! ... ?.... s..IIi) AIM '
gratuitously. In the 'salutatory" tho dential candidatres.4. Belva Lockwood, uncultivated, and a general .................._ll. All
he has visited
He in no city ever
Bays famine ensued. Luckily it was notagreed
the of the dance I MOHTIf JIOU
through mazy giddies D.
has he received kinder treatment and pastor says : \
and will take mine second time with whether the thousand years Passenger arrives In CMxla...... 7:13: A
with him recollections This little sheet U designed to cITe accurate a .. .. .. .. : '-
will pleasant an
carry should date from the birth or death of : .....,. ,., 1tm r
of(cal:; and her people and especially and detailed account of the, oil-rations of theMethodm Harris Benjamin a the'managell' of the Kxixjoitlon.Kext Church in this city some such medium I shoulder and messing my shirt front to '4., ., ................_I:OO. II
of communication between th" pastor and l been much greater. Many charter be.
winter he says Polk will be with members has been a long felt need by them for a IAys'Hie! Tornish.ole boy.come 'roun with these word! "As the world ia
full exhibit. long time. We bare no ambition to gratify its to hie! White Housh-:zive: you offish gin : THE LAFAYETTE" HOUSE
_mwith a Inauguration fare to sent our God and Ills 'Calla post' offish-hie some more now drawing to a close. Another byothesis )
S -- church most effectively. winshr! is this : Aa one day which -- :
!rsre under obligations to that prin. God equals 1,000() (Psalm xo., 4)) :.....1'JACK80NVILLIC "
Mrs. A. J. Pharis Fine Tomatoes. Yes, I wish I could go to the ball, but years FLA-. 4 .
among women, since I cannot let me advise all and God labored in creation six days,
ot.YMt*ha, Lake county, for two bottles We were shown today a lox of tomatoes friends to from that gathering my therefore the world is to labor 6,000 _- w

[cf orange wine, for the making of which which will carry off premium. stay away and then rest. According to this -
of the nabobs and have fish years .
ffcb Tstands pre-eminently in the foreilroat a -fry nearer Centrally located on Fonrth.' $ zs.\.beleea'
They will measure several inches in cir home. What has become of t.heold. theory, the end of the world ought to : '
..., In this State. Before the bottles cnmference and one clusters, numbers fashioned fish occur A. )t.8Jl(). or A. I>. 1W6)' (supposing Ocean and flue >* 7' ?- ,

.J. LtMhAd ua some kind friend appropria* thirteen They were grown by Captain -fry, anyhow.TOM SAWYKR, the world to have been created, 4- IS AGAIN OPEN, :' C; ". :.I

lV. 0&flof. them so the other bottle is Frank Teague chief of our Fire Department 004 years before the birth of Christ.) I
: elated all the more, and was drank who is an amateur in the business Cottonade suits to order for |7, fits which U I
i fair donor' good health by the cepted. Under new Management. Special ladueemrti ,' :
and has an experimental patch of seven guaranteed at Waterman' for summer ,
and reduced rates to per aont cuenu.MJtS. .
... And his better>> halt \
ty-are acres. d&w2t at least.
wear. 17apr f, M. UAKWN & ,

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.: Ld DAILY BAXXER. RIVAL. The President's Centennial Proclamation. XOTICK --SPECIAL BALK-

EORIDA'SJRGAT To all Whom It May Concern,

r A,,pIA., A PRIL, fo, Iss9, One hundred years have passed since I have this day sold and transferredmy
A OKAPHIO PICTURE OF CALL the government which our fore-fathers entire Bottling Business to the Oeala
FOKXIA AS TIlE "BOOM" Works which will taktw-harge BENJAMIN & '
founded was formally organized. At Bottling FOX
entire Alrin old :
E noon on the thirtieth day of A pril,Keven- and inn the business ) ,

teen hundred and eighty-nine, in the customers are hereby referred to them, I

A!! Florida Is Compared With presence of an assemblage: of heroic men, and are requested to tend\ all orders for

Other... States, the Better She Pans whose patriotic devotion had I led the colonies goods: direct! to them.
Out She ha Staying Qualities, to and independence George [.Stoned] C. CAKMICII.FL.
victory ,
t. ,. and Her Property Permanent. Washington took the oath of office as Ocala, Fla, April 8th, 18S9.) Have you heard of the inimeE.H| |,

PLAINS chief magistrate of the new born republic. 12aprdlt w2 reduction to bo made in SHOE!
t Apr. IS89. This impressive act was preceded at9 1
Jo the Editor of the Banner: o'clock i in the morning,in all the churchesof CLOSING

1 To the city, by prayer for God's blessingon Stock Sale at I:. Hoot A Company'sStables.
Heine a subscriber your valuable the government and its first president .
paper, I would ask a little to give -Jt2'-
this illustrious
space Tho centennial of
for sale for the next
We will offer
the people of Florida idea
some of their"rival"
event in our history has been declared a
head of good driving
thirty days fifteen
in the fruit business.A :
of to the
general holiday act Congress
by much less than their
and I work horses at
friend and townsman of mine
end that the people of the whole country
]lately visited California in l'rt'I'nt'all1e.. Do not miss this opportunity
: and a letterways join in commemorative exercises
to buy a good horse cheap. Our SAO
I Two white girls were convicted of : appropriate to the city. terms cash E. HOOT & Co., '
Taylor I *;!:I failed in a search for special In order that the j joy of the occasion are
theft at the last terms of cjurt in bargains to find any that the Al.YpntR : Livery Stables, Ocala, Fla.
be associated with thankfulness -
mnntv.uJ.. may deep
d I &
L --- could figure as a sure 10 per cent, invest in the minds of the people for all 3apr w 1.n

Greece I in a very small nation, anJ1 a ment. After looking over an 80 acre our blessings in the pant and the devout For Sale. -
poor one, but iU Chamber of Deputie tract, covered with sagebrush and richly supplication to God for their gracious
A desirable! partly improved place for
has felt called upon to vote a dowery of endowed with beds of alkali, held at continuance in the future, representatives ,
i Alexandra who $200: acre I ventured to ask the pale cheep containing ten acres! with 110
$80 000 to the Princess per of religious creeds, both Christianand
Is about to marry the Grand Duke Paul agent what I could raise on it to make it Hebrew, have memorialized the orange trees in grove, part of them in MONDAY, TUESDAY Rip

Aleiandrovitch of Russia, and $103,000 pay 10 per cent. lie turned upon me a government to designate an hour for lwaringall! kind: of fruit and shrubbery, .

to pay for a house for the heir apparent, look of blank amazement that said : prayer and thanksgiving on that day. nearS. S. 0. & G. railway, and Romeo and WEDNESDAY 11

the luke of Sparta, who is soon to be Well you are the worst tender-fnot teat Now, therefore I, Benjamin Harrison, postotfice, Marion county, Fla,, reason for
selling I have land l than I ,
ever got this far from home.. Then mere want.
married. as President of the United :states of America
Inquire T. G. MARTIN
an expression of pity crept over his in response to this pious and reason- i
Japan's New Constitution was promulgated countenance with much condescension able request, do reccommend that on Romeo P. 0., :Marion Co., Fla. APRIL 22, 23, and 24,

recently from the throne bv the he answered : Why raise the price on I Tuesday, April 30th, at the hour of 9 ISapr dCwlm
Mikado. establishes (House of Peers, it of In speaking of Los
course. Angles, o'clock in the morning, the people of the Save Your Money
t partly hereditary, partly elective, and the future Athens of America, and the entire country repair to their respective -1-
P, partly nominated by the Mikado ; and a center head of a played out boom, she of divine worship to implore the Be sure to can' at the second hand

House of Commons, elective, of 300 has made the most or her opportunity In favor of God that the blessing of liberty, store under the Montezuma Hotel, be.

>, members. All men over twenty-five the real estate gambling pool. It has prosperity and peace may abide with us fore you buy anything you may need., SHOES for[ MEN WOMEN & CHILDREN !
it, who pal f3:) annual taxes, are voters. been a windfall to all but the last man as a people and that His hand may lead You will find new and nearly new furni- ,

Free speech, liberty of religious belief who bought. Its name is' Dennis. us in the paths of righteousness and good ture, crockery, lamp! pictures and in

and the right of public meetings are Just think of twenty-eight times between deeds.In I short, it is a medley store and the only -will be sold at. -

L.. guaranteed Los Angeles and_San..Barnardino.,. witness whereof I have hereunto set real bargain Ftore in town.

a distance or less tnan iw miles., some or my hand and caused the seal of the 8.\p.d3wl. dp

r At Aitken, Minn., a peculiar Phenom-I them deadothers dying. The towns are United States of America to be affixed. Stapes. FROM 20 to 40 p. C, REDUCTION na
enon recently occurred. At 4:45: built there is no work for the mechanic Done in the city of Washington, this */
) Orange Tree :Manure Fruit and Vine
it became so dark that lights here and are ,
were nec- any lon er they scatteringin the 4th day of April, in the year of our
essary in business houses, and the air all directions. In a country so near Lord 1889, and of the independence of Manure, Vegetable Manure These fer -

was filled with snow that was as black akin to Paradise, one would expect to the United States, one hundred and tilizers are real bone, blood and potash,

and dirty as though it had been trAm- find many persons who were satisfied, thirteen. BENJAMIN HARRISON. In the right proportions for best results,

pled into the earth. The dirt is very contented and happy-whose homes Bv the President : and are sold as low as equal values of Come early and secure Bargains.

one, something like emery, and contains were worth more to them than to anybody JAMES G. BLAINE, Secretary of State. plant food can be sold. Jape Pure II .

particles that have a metallic lustre. else-people who had come t6 stay, Ground Bone, Sulphate of Potash, Cotton

This dirty snow fell to the depth of half who would not sell at any price-but I Picayune. Seed Meal and Hardwood Ashes, for sale i REMEMBER THE DAYS,

an inch. The atmosphere at the time sought for even one such in vain. All .The South's Hallway Outlook. by U. C. LOVERIDGE, Agent,

presented a peculiar greenish ting; were ready to sell at the word go. We have apr17 d-w 3m Ocala.
abroad repeatedly called the attention -
The climate so bodly trumpeted
or the Southern people to the periodof Situation Wanted.A Next Monday, Tuesday and H'edn<*J is not sanitarium by means Nasal
a any
"Marriage a failure ? I hhould say extraordinary railway developmentthey
not!" remarked Oregon farmer,whose catarrh, pneumonia, rheumatism and were just entering. The of gentlemen of several years experience 1
, opinion was desired on one of the great kindred disorders are too common to ex capital in the new West will necessarily i in growing, grafting and culti'atlnjZoranlZe BENJAMIN & FOX.
questions of the there's cite remark, and the caution required to trees and handling and marketing
day. "Why, still ) on tor time -
f.; some to come, but \
colds is much than
,, Lucindy gits! up in the mornm', milks avoid taking greater; beyond all\ question the Southern Statesare fruit desires a situation as superintendent t.

uP. six cows, gds breakfast, starts four children in almost any Their other weather Northern bureau or to be the field of the greatest railway of a grove in the vicinity of
to skewl, looks after the other Western State. for in the future. Ocala. Best referenres furnished. Ad
' ; three, feeds the hens some will make their winter average 03" and The Chicago years dresser call on E. L. Ley, Micanopy, Fla. I
Railway of
likewise Age, one the
motherless! sheep, skims pane o milk, the summer only 77 thus making only send most observant and ably conducted of N. B.-Any information"can be furnished Palace Diw r StOf

These figures they
washes the clothes gets dinner, et celery, 14 broadcast and : 'What a climate the railway journals, in its issue of the by Rev. J. B. Ley, Ocala, Fla. t

et cetery. Think i could hire anybody out say where else if 12th of April, presents some interesting llaprUw4tTeams l
to do it fur what she gits? Not much I Beat it in Italy, any you and striking figures the
the fact is varia- upon subject.
When a
can. prosy Wanted. .
Marriage sir is success-Youth's Com- It the
gives mileage of
railways projected
each 24 hours ,
15 occurs
panion. tion of to incorporated and R. S. Marvin, of Martin Station, who
actually under
most of ,the year. Fires are in order affliction. .._.._ .In tha. ."""pl1l. !e+n'n<. ..r con..u- has the contract to sunnlv roil.fur. st '
-- uu.v '
iLl Although all physicians of every day or evening and with wood at at uwica VILli" ietties wan'ts WHOLESALE.w
disapprove Union in the period from the first of haul a number of teams
the $8 to $12 cord,and coal $15 to $22 to
which per
process of starvation in Lent, per January, 1889, to the 31st of March. We lIame. Apply Martin Station
it costs something to enjoy that L
reduces the strength of so many working ton, make some extracts. The 5apr dlOt w4t -AND-
mileage of
climate. The of living
lovely general cost -
women, and deprive the possessor the Southern
of too great may religious fervor of health, is more than most any other State in follows : States is given in detail as For Sale. Retail Drugs !10 '

careful dieting is excellent system for the Union.
an A4lmPtpte Bottling outfit Ocala
the followedby The outlook for southern California MILFl PROVNDER by
spring season and may Bottling Wks.
JECTED. OO-fTKACT. iganr d&w tf
culture is not flattering. The .le --
for of hygiene, if fruit a Virginia ._. 87
reasons 750
not for principles of religion. Dr. Wrn.A. bug is taking the orange groves in many North ('arouua....... 1,073 4r>C R. E. YOXGE & C)., The Ocala Plumbers -ALL KINDS OF- t
South l.rollna."M...........
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and is continually spreading despite 1311 Call and
places : : examine their fine stock
would scarcelybe
Hammond says: "It Ueorg........ l.MI ,
the effort to check it.. The 4; possible to devise a more nutritious grape Florida."_.. lh'.l() ]y/. work at reasonable prices tor
wine industry is already over done, and :.fiIJ I 131declm .,..
,4 breakfast than one composed of a glassof does There is Mlmlsstppl............'......._... I.:?),* SM -AND- ran a.
roilk.v\ two eggs and a slice of bread at $10 per ton not pay. a I.ouisl.uIl.M_................... 1C: :t ft
and butter," and such a breakfast Is not new disease that has attacked the vine, Kentucky........._._. 1,317 7:%! )t.\ TF.n'1 SALE. FANCY ARTICLES f i
r and JO far bathes the skill of the wisest.It Arkauaas..... l.i'.U'
only a Lenten repast,the but is a happy and is creating great alarm.I ....,.... 6,271 l,4jj 2J6 USOERXDByviRT 'EOF A FINAL DE- I [In Complete Stock I'.
of diet from sausages
change of This is a remarkable, _>..imvin.. by the lion J. ;
buckweatcakes of the midwinter season.Vacclenny am glad to nay that most our Belle --" .... h..l." J. Flnley, Judgu of the Circuit Pourt, In and for -0-
Plaine friends at Riverside have ncheived These States in respect to mileage proj Marion t'ount Flu., on the 9th day of February, We handle ; ,.
the signal success they so well deserve. I jected and under construction. present 1" !9, w herein I w at appointed Special Mauler in none but the fluent brand of curt* KHeadquarter *-..
Sentinel. for
W&lll'li.per and Garden tvil :":'
a certain cause therein pending between HENRY J. "T"
Florida's llealth llecord.It Eighteen pears ago they founded lliyerside an aggregation of new railway enterprises M. HOLMES, *t al, executors of the estate of WRIGHT :
obtained their lands at a nominal i far in advance of every other 1it'1"tion THOMAS J. PASTKt'R: deceased, complain- FItAZBH, / ,!
It is stated that no State or Territoryin price, worked like beavers, struck a bo of the nation. The march: of devel- anddEOHUEW.. LVONs.et: atl as defend- PVBUO SqcAKi i : : OCALA Fu. t/r.

the Union is healthy as Florida. In nanza in the Riverside Navel, turnedboomers opment is now steadily, southward, tats, 1 Mill offer t public tale on 1SSO.n I1aalLjpll.OTIOlli : .
ft..VO.VD J'. APRIL 1ST.
remittent fever cases among the troopsin sold out largely and are now Soon i It will be something' more Cor.rnhlable front of the con* t house door at Ocala, Florida, ............................
the United States army, in the North- letting! the other fellow walk: than a march. It will grow into within the legelhPnraendelltothehighest bid.der : ....-.M_..._........_......... .
1 death to :30 cases; for cash,the ft flowing described real proper.ty
is tremendous
division,there I in the a rUlh.! The
saw more
s thirty
ern tramps days
great ,
money situated In Ntron Florida, to wit
County :
in the Southern 1 to M; in California. 1 in southern California than ever kings seeking new worlds to The east half of tl a southeast quarter of .ection !! ; :
e conquer
to 152; in Texas, 1 to 78;; while in Florida before in all my life. It seems they hall have turned their eyes southward. They fire and north we t quarter of northeast quarter ::;;;:

r,4, It is 1 to 1,416. from all parts of the world. They are will come Man avalanche. section right, all In township fifteen south range .............. .... ... :;
F artists in their line : they could: tiasa as '" -- twenty-three twenty acres ean moro- ,containing nr IPM.The one hundred and ....... ._hUn... .............._,...."

:,',r. Chips for Our Lawmakers.I models for our sentimental romancers. Twentieth Century. [ above sale is -postponed; until Monday, j.r.{
May 6th, I& J. / OF i iKODS"AT
of They look young and 'igoroui-\on't Longevity.Here .

A, have law in never vindicated shape, but breaches I must say think any of them went there for their are some Interesting facts Marl FORREST L. IjBERTRON, ...........-...........:.............-.........:;.....................'... 1&11' 1
the any about ... .
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I/, there are many cases in which tke lawmakers health. the people who compose the population .--. "..."...".-'-........
__ are more responsible than the The boomers arrange to time their of the world. There are 3,004 languages: DRS. G. H. & J. C. FERINE MEANS] ) * sD

"ta 1 breakers.Wm. J2 Gladstone. excursions so Eastern people can we in the world, and its inhabitants : AND COSTti
1/ law that country at its beat! in January and more than 1,000 religions. profess Resident Dentists. _. .. ... ... ..BELOW. ;'
Government The
There are no evils necessary evils in in its- February, whicy corresponds to our May of men is about equal to the number number of MERCHANTS' NATIONAL BANK ...-.................."....--..............-.--...-...-.
;iflit ldaoonfine and June in landscape scenery. The contract The BUILDING J I
itself to women. average; of life is about OCALA ,FLORIDA.
protectton does its rain is so great to people just out of 33 years. One quarter dig previous II
,as All branches
snowbanks that it takes them off their dentistry. Teeth filled I
the of and
17. To
alike the high and age every 1,000 Roots !
on crowned
persons with
its favors base, and they are easily persuaded to only 1 in 500 reaches 100 teeth. Artificial porcelain or gold .-...... ......................
low the rich and the poor, it would of life. a ..................-....;.--
decry atom dente
all their for the the tttrtetly urn-class ...
blessing.-Jot. .If. give up money "tin To every 100) only 0 reach of 63 prriices et. ..
age ..
unqualified ,
an whistle. Hut after four or five months and not more than Iln 500 lives to 80 TOoTS FOWDEB A !PICUI.". --.T': E. PLACE>>: : --- I

without a drop of rain, the dust abounds years of age. There are on earth 1000. .--.M..._._......__...............................
Tour Paper Talks to You. and the sea breeze daily picks up apiece 000,600 inhabitants; of these 33.tt3m: ( D. F LLla. JAM IS CU1CB ....-.-.........-...-.....-............-

of that high priced country and squanders die every year, WltS24: every day, 3,7:50: FULLER A CUACE, i --
newspaper is a instru- it in a most reckless manner. I every hour, and 60 minute DEXTISTS.
In a community. It talks to happened to see a specimen of that delightful every second. every or 1 !-esiI il.1.
You can read it, and breeze." the Qoldplatestand linn to Crown Bridgework :.- -.:
the people. sea Everybody on The married are longer-lived than the all. dnt-class :, ..
read once you can send it streets looked if they had been working tug to the Dental operation pertain
is as and Art.
it single above all, those who Gas administered
to a friend and he can read itt and at the tail end of a threshing a sober and industrious conduct.observe Tall painless-O..t.on&1. extraction of teeth. Office In lor First the -----......-. -..-..... .._......_.....-...
; it for a year and will machine. Such things daily for six live Building. OetStfmiI03.
lay away men longer than short ones. Women
.- lose Interest. matter before YOU months become monotonous have more chances of life in their P. I M FISHE ;'S. I II
D ,
com. 1
an Important think it U very strange. why people favor previous to 5t) years of age; than -. 1.r

Iper better than through a local |-|>er. and more especially poor people, should! men have but fewer afterward. The -"-".-"- --.-...- .
the community is more Hock to like California when -'''-'' -'-'' --
enterprise In a country number of marriages is in the rHTsim AXD raotos. I
liberal support lot: get In Florida holds out so propor OCALA, : : ,.
of a many advantaged tion of 76 to every 1.000 individuals i : : : J-LORIDAJ!!

permanent and unmistakable form over any other State in Union ; more Marriage are more frequent after equi- Rooms, Agnew A Gary's Block:, OCUA .-.-..--.-..--.. .. -
Is said in the local paper. The lec especially in the way of cheap land and\ noxes-that is, during months of June Diseases.TwentJ'4'en year'e experience. In Florida --- -JtGJSNOWDEN
I d5J..n3m
or sermon you hear soon sups from mild climate. There are thousands of ,and December. W1anl0,871y
memory and leaves no Impression acres of good land in Florida that can be I

your mind, and you can find no one bought for from $5 to $25 per acre, and More people die from kidney diseases Nu tR & McFARLANE,
repeat It to you; but in the local pa- 10 acres in fruit is worth more than 100 without inspecting! the real 1 LtN tiA
k '* p can find it and read It again and acres in the West, and it does not cost than from any other cause, but if Shat a0a'aJl' iO iAOI4w +arrsaG tr t -BXAURS IM-

"Some people keep all their pa. from one to three thousand dollars for tuck's Specific be restored in FAIL. ALL KINDS OF FURN1MUTILM
; and read aWn what U put in them implements to carry it on. It U a para whenever weariness across the kidneys or s Y Ce '

is a good idea, a. In the costae of dise for a man with small means if he Is it felt the danger will be averted. Sold i >

I : U becomes an interesting relume. willing to work." Yours truly, at the Palace Drug Store. I GAYS t4inr

'& Independent. G. W. WILLS, *30mch dU w4 I

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-This Exposition, incorporated under the Jaws of tli .te o' Hernia, opnedatN -- -- "

ItT ''CALA il1ARION N COUNTY, I'LORliU' Jl\llili\ \ P \* itll'l} \\, 1889 i > IC-' \

CLOSE MAY FIRST 1889-::' .".;1 f.1{



This will be an Exposition of Pomological, Horticultural and Agricultural products of Florida, and her soils, thnbers,'wood4! minerals and live stockfand in addition articles :
d products of general interest from all States and countries. Entry is open to the world for the display of its products. No charge for entries nor : space for the product or J
;TlOJ infactures. of 1'lorid4.y; &
I The United States Experimental Station for improvement and development of products indigenous to this section has been located contiguous to our exposition ground. ,
,. I6.rW' invite exhibits of all descriptions, particularly: those pertaining to the arts, mechanics aud'agriculturo: guaranteeing uniform courtesy to all exhibitors.

. f! CASH PREMIUM LIST, $3,500. j1 '

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GEO. W. WILSON. President. WM. FOX, First Vico-President. DU.III. KNIGHT, Seoondl ce-President
C. W. CAMPBELL, SR., General M.iuagei. G. S. MAYO Treasurer. J. O. CLARKS, """tary. .


l' Pus! TIle Nlercllants'' National anl\ -TIIE---:: ,

sl3 h no National Bank \ Anti Mono 'lDrug 0 C i


.4 Ocala, .- h'1orida.N __OF OCALA--] AND-

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V 'I if..........'.",.... rt wt soI y -NO. 3.815.-- SEED STORE ,

? '7' -WILL TAKE .? ,

JET...., 1 ..._...... ,, ,; gigNLrM Jy.y..N No Second Place
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Up Capital], Capital SURPLUS J1610,00OPFIOHIta
, ,I $50,000. qr $150,000.'aid CO1IPL) Th1ESS OP STi

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1Y.ILCOICIIti.1'ree Quality of Goods and Low
'iJfIlI; W.AQNEWPre._...... ..... '........,......_..-.. Jxo. F. DINV,JYMtJtn ,t
E. P. PIHMIKES: -06001)5 -
: VicePresident.R.. B. :McCowcu, Cashier .
w- miui) I \ I
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.JamS ;. 3. -0-
- I'I I'- /.... Being now established in our new and rlegarU Dank building ut art j>rrj>artd to guar. t
I Located next door to Flntr ;;;; ? McINTYRE. CASInER.: : antee tat'ufaction to all.
::4'1A. General flanking butintu trantndtd. fochanye bought and told. 8m ly

: : SURPLUS $7,000.00 i.'.: .

One of the finest and best equipped banking houses in the State owned by the
..... onk.. We have special facilities for making Collections on all accessible j>oints. -orHARDWARE- ,
. We will extend every courtesy and favor to our customers consistent with safe ; ;
"' anking/and shall give prompt and careful attention to all business entrusted to asIV
We .OvO.t your BANK ACCOUNT and all business In our line and JNO. F. DUNN, E P.DIS'IUV'ES
?.r.: :uaranteaientlre.. satisfaction. CIIAS.RHEI AUER I J'A' EINSTEIN: ,I ,
Sasll .
_ porters. & Traders National Bank, New York, N. Y.; ( ,Doors,min s ,

-. outhern Bank of Georgia Savannah. ,
.. ;9 Special Correspondents in all important cities in the West. :;: -AT-
s deel-
National Park Bank of hew York. Mavene Aationat Bank of Botton.
National Bank Savannah Oeorpia.awIG89 A. E. DELOUST.
BIME MONTEZUMA ( Louisville Banking Company IsniitnUe, Ky SmtlUC. v

Main Street, Ocala, Fla. : :
1 \ Jewelry Store -Drug Line- '

-I NN..IMNNNINNNINNNN NN .... Shines replete with everything in I -0- HEADQUARTERS
I his line. Call and examinefor -FOR- ,
The Hotel .of..tEe..clty. ..
A ...-......-..............................................-.....-........................-. yourself. THE PLACE TO FIND THEM PIANOSOCALA .a j
II' II .___..........................................._............_.__ -IS AT- -..A1'rDMusIcal -- Y
Strlnas for Muslca Instruments a DR DELOUEST 1 .
/ffot end cold batht. Corms tarnpU rooms for Com- Specialty. : :
QS rtbM 4 New brick howe and new furniture. All Work on repair of Clock and)Witches -War SIDz:8QU.UL-) Instrmnents'I .. .,: i
T E i.D: .1.1FLd \
Rhelnauer's old Stand. I OCALA s i i i s ri.onn .
J. P HALL Leuee,Jan.I, 1883. 20dw dacSMat I I *m.:Lis

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8 a ell Per Months Annum Subscription;, !<. .* ; ., '. I I { ( t

r Three Months, .,,.
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j: / Ieesburtcomro.rclal.t;may ;JI" !. "
Lake at the.t ..Tilis } ". "
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The following from UM, ..1rN.&iolE "
correspondent,shows tht 'all iaJ1ovely u ,

1 with us, and Lake ,oooatf Is sew and miles south of Ocala;

always ready to exhibit. to MM, world high bluff overlooking the wholt

her varied reeo rcet. Leeebftfg*the me- of "Beautiful Lake VTeir

; tropolu of one of( the prcHisst,;most fertile -

tnd wealthy cooatiea?!loathe State, : HCKS MEETS ALL TRAINS

has .hwntothe taaVjrbe; have visited

j the Ocala exhibition tfcStjriae only asks H Fine' Boating, Sailing. GaD ;

an inspection other ray Industries and and Fishing I

advantages Possessing l as she does live, Transient' Rates $2.00 to $$3,00 j

reliable buslneea,* men, the finest andlarge6tyieldinggrovee I\.
in the State : Day. Weekly Rates $\\0.00 t u
and' .
a cheery welcome to all who come to us, Upwards accordiag{ location

we are' satisfied that she will be nil that of POOQS

her founders and those who have largely Address;;
invested with us could expect. Our / ir. j. Rosm:
neighbor, SlImier county, is not forgotten
c and her exhibits are richly spoken of in ute of Park Avenue Hotel, New fort:IIaD uj
the'same letter Tim following Is the too House, Niagara Falls.
Clipping from the 7-U. .
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.':*:Laka county's: exhibit is beautiful beyond Opon11 Year
expression. It is under the super :I
"visionand --- -
management: Major 0. 1 .
'J Rooks;of Fruitland Park. The followA -
; ing premiums and diplomas have been
I .."!'* awarded this county : WET HE
Premium of$.>0 and, diploma for the
/' best display of citrus. fruits.

.::.first premium, diploma and $100, -LEADS IN THE -
'awarded Ms. O. P. Hooks. for the best

-i'J r, .,..,t,"),,.' individual awarded First of vegetables.Lake premium display county of, diploma citrus for the fruits and beet display t>,">0., \Watch\ c Clo otI1 k(, J c\,\m}

'f' First premium, diploma and $10,
awarded Miss Alice Lee, of Fruitland (

,., Park for best guava jelly. LINE !
First premium, diploma and flO,
awarded Miss M. V. locker for best oilI

painting. '
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? fit. First premium, diploma and J>5.' toMrs. /

'' guava. A.wine.S. Phares, of Yalaha, for bent Repairing a Specialty)!

Sumter county's exhibit was in keep.
". ing with her enterprising citizens and -0-
her productive soil Colonel] I.Uar-
( OF
known all
wick, sowill to Timei-Union
.' readers is in charge. The exhibit consists >rs

I .. of everything that i Ic substantial,
useful and pretty. A glance will satisfy .
t any visitor that not to be able to make '
: a living out of her Boil, and enjoy all the LAND TITLES
blessings, intended by our Maker for his
creatures of this earth, he would indeed -1-i ,
be fastidious and exacting, and this
.. world should not be his home. THE BEACON &ADA3B |

Silk Hale. ABSTRACT COllPA "Y.l .
Remember these great bargains offered -l-
bv Mrs. 11. E. Brewer at the Ocala Music
House will only be here n short time. ; IS 71IE PLACE 70 GET THE hOmci tl,
Ladies should not mis eeeing these
wonderful bargains : Twenty yards -1-
h .fi brocade satin, $13; 22} green chWk, (0; OCALA Ht
22J yds. satin Khudamen. flO; 12} yds. : :

; Plum Sarah Rhudafties, $9; 18 ydM..blue rr s sEa
satin, f5; 51 black grosgrain, M; U yds. MASTER'S 8A1.K.UNDER THE
blue grosgrain, $6j; 20 yds. blue stripe, OCALA HOUSE.
: rendered lion J.J. Hn-
These silks are from the Johnson Co.'s firm, New York, Importers of silk county, Florida., on the JUh day of March, A. 1>.J I B. RICHARDSON, !
and all good are warranted. If they do ln. Inacauw. wherein CLARA B, WALLACEii.
at., are complainant,and OM. II. DAVIS,e1soh -THE-;
not hold to what I represent them, J are defendants In which decree I wa an- '
will refund the money. IwIntediedal! Master will oiler for ale at public The Hotel Finest Livery in the Ci
outcry at the court house dour In Ocala, Florida, Reading of the City
To Attend Vauar. to the hiicheit bidder forcanbon ,
the JlO.'V/ A}', tlA Y 6T1I. A. D. J .W, -0LEADING -
We understand that one of young!
Ocala School of Music will the following described property, towlt: One STABi
ladies of the SALES
I, saw ; one boiler, one engine and -A-ND--
shortly leave for Vassar College, 1'ough-( i two dreularmillaaw\ located ando| keepsfe-on-the-Hudson. N. Y., to finish springs Marlon county lie bold to till

I1 r' her education. nullify said final KOKUMT decree.: L. ROBERTSON.!! UNSURPASSED IN APPOINTMENTS TO ANY IN THE -
J>o, Q. RIARDON h;cial Maxter.v STATE1! fty ?
a Shattuck's UeliaDthulI, theIiapid Oxy. OomplaluaiiU Sol'r 4aprilJOdNALK. GEORGE McKAY, ''l
gen Cure for Consumption, 1 Is the best
cough preparation on the market. Sam SIKIUFF'14 -1- ARCHITECT AND BUILD :
10 cents, regular! size M cents.
Palace Drug Store has it. *30mh Ut w4 BY VIRTUE OF AN EXECUTION: I Wl'ED DESIGNS AND ESTIMATES ,
of the circuit Duck Kgg for Sale. county, Florida, bearing the date of Marco Xlit, -Furnished on.JAppllcatlon 4'
ti White Peklu A. D.. ISM, wherein T. J. MYB.K.S and U. A.DYKLLfc.Y ,
At $1 per dozen, enquire of C.C. Carroll, partner*doing! business In the firm -"- -G-
name nf MVKK4 Jt Ill'KLLKY. are ,
for Citrus county ,
Comnwsioner and \\ILL1AM K. MctiAltAtiAFi; udmiuUtrator Orna-REJDIKCZ! : : Orange and S
Exposition Building! llaprlw of tbeeMtateof A, K. \\II1TK deceased li defeudant -
I have levied ul'Ouand will sell at public REFITTED THOROUGHLY OCALA yI.ORiEI.
W.1NTKD-A competent sawyer to take I outcry to the highest bldUer for cash at the WITH ELEGAN1 FURNITURE
charge of a saw mill. One who is a good da court.,ion house door In Ocala Marlon county Fly 'I,

sawyer and can run planers and other JlO."IA)'. Jlf.il'6TU, lS9,
r wood working machinery No incompetent during:the legd hour for tale,thef illotvlotc par- -. I I. J. BROKAW
need Address, cell ot land and their apjiertenaiire*, in Marion ,
A' person apply. TUANI'\ERY, trniutyatoreealdto.wit! : The outhe ef northeast quarter of section twentyy set en (2"( :) -I{
19apr ltd 2tw* Unshnell, Fla. township Ilu.'n. (IBLwuth, of range twenty-Own **.
rt (i.)east, and the southwest quarter of:norhweet BEAUTIFUL LAWNS AND CROQUET CROUHDS THE MARION COUNTY tiSER'pAN.I ,
City axes quarter, and the teat half of northwest quarter, .,
teas twenty ( 'U.n'I\ on east tide uf wot iontwentyels
,, Mr. Frank Gadson is ready to receiveyour ( 'tof) township sixteen t16'. south of ,
lr 4. city taxes. If the 30th rang (' : ( t east containing :in all one -1-
books will\ be'dod and the hundred l'tj acre bald i>H>in-rty Uliiijold --I
,, oC April, to satisfy Mid execution and cots April :2.
socall OFFKB9
advertised' around
i delinquent list 1.M>. K T.11'ILLIAMbChentr' TO THE PUBLIC A FINE
J... I>. M<('uNULL, Atfy for 1'1'fl. SuprJiVl:
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After this Jay and during April, IUpetinp MASTKU'S! &..ALKUNDER OCALA, A 8PCIAUTY.djan52m .
will be held on all .'fnt'NtlSanJ FLORIDA:
attenda rt' Thursdays. Your inteets ren,Icred by the lion J. J. Ftnley, Ant11)f1.HERE .
O. A. CiI"talu' Judge of the Fifth circuit Court of Florida for
-S 12 1889. lap Marlon county ou the 4th day ot April. lv>t>. In ::
April ,- --_ the cause hervln, TAIKOTI hON.S are (com :::::: HARNETT HOUSELEADING :::::: !
Magnolia Nurrrr. tdalnauuandIIENJAMIF.E.tKLY, I Itthwdefeudaiit MillineryTMiiiineryn.OurMllhnerUat
uhertlu I appointed spell master I AM-
The finest and best v tiay of oranc I hare Wete.t 1 upon and will otter for kale at public : -1-
least money, to be had of outcry before the Court house door In Ocala., .

trees, ,.for the J. W. h F.Uelleview.D.1VAlia.Fla., fla., uu the'TJI D.t IOFMA}',bt I, POPULAR HOTEL QT_ : : .;.; -.;'.; .' .'.home':' ;:'.again.'; ; ::::.:::..JJ rtne.....-.to....tbe-'pu....i.:...'...th'.....;.Anent.i.;.;....t..line...;.. ,,f .

a w8febtd. to the highest bidder for cub, the foliowfig.( ddcrltil I ..
proper)' i Ten acres of land, more or !I 1..Ji.8T.FROM i FLORIDA
Year That' what I I less cleared and fenced,with home, well of w ater ti .. ............ .. .. THE NORTH
it aneW very fine Villa Franca and orange tree nursery on aame situated In nee- : .......... ....... :. ,
have lion three, northwest of the northwest With. GOO
I quarter Full
I buds for sale at $3 ir thousand, quarter In towruhlp thirteen south, range I wen.ly -I-II .................................................and......t.'omplete..............Eta. k j. FANCY
lemon varieties of oranges chvap. .two east commencing at post corner of said ... ........................... .................................. AND STATIONERY.
bea\deslOwe the best of reference +ectiononebundrodaudaixty yardieasl of the -
Budding a apecla1t1.' tlon.E railroad, thence two hundred and iU yards I ELFLTRIC' 'LIUIITy :AND' 'BELLr i : I PINE M1LLIN1j1yoEveryhtng -
appli thence ral'road .
south east
KiteD on post "- """""""" """" OFnCE
D. COAT I thence went two hundred and thlrty-eltht yardsto -'I =.:::::.:: : First-luu-: .. SUPPLIES AT LOWEST PRICES
Stanton, 'Ia, line of Major JOhnllon"J thence north to place ::::::: .:: : .

5&pr6t comfortable wI well kept hotel that Said of northwest oomnienilnc tract quarter of land; fnortbweat being rrd northwest quarter and sixty quarter of s yard cUcabree. of Artesian Well W&ter. Street Cars to ill Dtpota.1 o-oGOODS arAR l1NTEEno., ::::::::::A:full:One.of"Magazines and" i;very,,,::...

w A re&8Ooable rates, tf he Uwiisfelp thirteen south, rang twenty.
charges mOlt (;traaeah Ga. so longLtnducted : two east, being situated in Marion enmity, Flori HOOd &.Nasht s
JIOO8t da. bald to t sold to satisfysaid de =
lA'k llarneU by rfj 1' Jiarnett"-lV,w cree. property r. U ROBERTSON.J. RATES REDUCED TO |i PER DAY.

; : mar11tf. .U. REARDON,Com.BoU Special Master lsaehtr seabed's 014
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