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 22, 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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OCALA, FLA., MONDAY, APRIL 22 1889. 'i.71IE

1 l-LORID.i IXTEHXATfOXAL AND SEMI-TROPICAL EXPOSITION Exposition Notes. Lake county has a high tariff--- coon to CITY: & COUNTYDIRECTORY.

delight the friends of the administration) ,
The man who expected to find nothing
and a small free trade roost.etltba'| GiN .
) but climate in Florida was greatly
wheel of the
on to the wagon aad crows
when he entered the SemiTropical -
astonished over the coon. -a; CITY OFFICERS,

and beheld the finest exhibit of Mrs. Williams has a pet moaning dove I WIlOt-Dr.ThOl. P.GUf

citrus fruit that waa ever made, which is perfectly gentle, and U, given Clerk- A. Bullock.
the freedom of the building and whenat MirthU-C. X.BAU.Collector .
'- and an exhibition of vegetables, grain *.P.Gfebou.
.. home has liberty to go and come. it -
and natural products that would vie with Awanr-D.I.Mclm.
fertile pleases \: Tmiartr-a. H-hOw4en.N .
in the most valleysof
those Sumter delights in a covey otiipartridees. ( ,Alton T-OUi T.Green.
the North and West. of i PiwWwit bonncil-Jno. F. Dunntv
They seem to charge
Floridians have never had their eyes hATe i Board of Aldermen-J. F. : Agnew,
the wonderful resources of the Sumter bowers, though occasionallythey J.T. Lancaster,John A. EwweU if. JU Root..Ii.G.Vmtih .
opened to see visit the most remote sections of ,H. W.(;Chandler I. Brown and W. .."'& .
their State. Heretofore a very little has the tbtlL
sufficed them. They were contented t Sanitary In (* tot-W.T. King.

\ with a moderately good cow a scrub of a Han ton Items. \i COUNTY OFFICERS.County .

pony, an apology) for a hog, a bittersweet Our' Special" Corrspondencc. *. Jodg -Rkhiird MeConUhy.J
orange, a final! field of corn, a few rows bun Cler\-it. A. Miller.SberUfK.T.Wmiun .
ur" tater." a patch of cane and nn acre Santos' still 110on' the wheels of: L !: *.
the dlor their rrogrt'M.Tp to date there have been I AM.Moiwj..CW' 'WLf
of cotton. regeneration !
Ollectot-R.T. Cltra.Tnaau .
23 loads of from f wanmann
4r + has com.. They are wakening up. car cabbage shipped I -*. R. Plet8upsrtntendent
The pines( and the hammocks, the lulls here.We of Public r\1tUoo-K..L.
revealing to them are blt'fisl'llwlth: the pleasuro of A Payne., Klemlngton. '
and the valleys, are
(;ottnty Cnmmboaklne -It. W. LOngW.' I .
newlv married" c'oupll'Ir.: J. M. Liddel
their wonderful storehouses of wealth Trantham, M.VLRou. T.9 Perrin, .. P.Wtlllam.on -
and l BO acting upon their latent energies and Mi-"Julia Merry, being\ the happy ft.\: "
that they are going to work in a *ystematio 'air. Long may they live in undisturbed 1 1lapplm".s. The County Commissioner meet toe flntCMon- -
In t
month. v
day every a ;
OCALA FLA. JAXUAKY Pith ISSO manner, making their fields school board >
OPENED AT -F. C. Rants K.T. WarUnannv >
-- - - --- ---u_ golden with fruit and grain, and their The aw mill in. kept} busy making. XI. & Miwer, A. R.Uriffln.. L: Dnrisoe. "wr.School .
meadows rich with nutrition hay, their vegetable crates!'!, yet fails t tn supply tho Hoard meet Cist Monday In every month.4COUNTY

BUDGET OF HOME NEWS Easter Crlel>rntioii. truck farms productive of the choicest demand. BOARD OFlHEALTH./'A

Every year the celebration of Easterin vegetables, and their gardens bloomingwith Last Friday evening we had a tangs l'rt'IJden&-Dr. -,. ,
-- --- T.P.Oary.secretaryCape '
-- ----- -- Ocala I llecomt-s a more beautifdl and the choicest llowers. which was largely attended.: We were E.B.ItcAardson. ',.* : ,

('. L, BITTINGER. City: Editor interesting service and all the churchesvie there were none to pruml to note the presence of the Misses Members-Dr. D. A. Smith, Anthony, Kn.-f" '
Forty years ago billiard) Culverhouse and Vaugh 11, SMoser and A Il. lrvtn. ,<._, _
= -- with each other in the display l and of the largest orange and lemon \ .
Hcanty-J I ;. beauty of the decorations \esterday: groves prophesy, yielding over 200 varieties of Miss liar-lee, of Lake Weir, all accom BOARD OF TRADE. ;'t;;;;,,i.

That !girl should surely he condemnedAnd the pulpit of the Melhodi church pre- citrus fruits ; of truck farm, whose} acres panted by their handsome escorts. The }'rl'.IIiltent-J. F, Dunn '
shunned by all theU-aux.] pented a most lovely appearance. A numbered by tens and hundreds of occasion wax an enjoyable' one and we Vice "'n..ldpn\-8. A. Weathen. ''
were ;
Who though; her fingers are gemmed! large four feet height and hope for a repetition Cit soon. K-crftary-Wm. Foi.IWmrJ .
crops, fully in of
mend her beaux extensive peaches, pears
Neglects] to groves of OoreruoiAt p. Man Jr.
Leaves everything she can unhemn, made of choice roses, the work of Mr. plums; strawberry farny; of extensive Mr. A. !H.! Vitt, is looking for his family I auer. Jno. F. Dnnn /. H. Llrlngatqn'[ C.tRheln-B. 'A., '

And pins on.all her cleaux James Anderson, occupied the front of vineyards; of thousands of acres of tobacco daily. S N1'O'l.' i Weather, \\uu Fox and 8. W, Moody ijaj c :| \
---- -
the altar, and around this cross was a of canning factories j of valuable lime I BUILDING AND LOAN '
Pebble spectacles\ at Weihe's.Blackberries ; The Saute lu Florida.'A ASSOCIA.T10N.
pyramid of tlowers and bouquets and deposits ; of the value of toe timber .
of flow.rs were distributed! about wealth. local doesn't always publish .
are now ripening and vases lands, and many other sources of paper
the pulpit and The music was faultfinders the thing. that might be more interestingto l'f\.ldl'ut-.C. B. \VUiner.rVli

mil soon he on the- market.Dr. } org.iu. But now, in spite of mistakes l'f\.ldMt-M. t leloue L
tx Client! Mrs. Sauosy!! presiding! at the grumblers, detractors, and their experience many of its readers. Some things M.:ret.rr and Treuurtr.-Louli FOX.I:
George Troup Maxwell has re oigun: and the services were very much with White and Yellow Jack, take place that would make very good lioaMot l>ir >ctor: *-J, T. Lancaster 11&0 8te

turned to Jacksomille from Delaware. eujoyd.\ Mr. Le; the pastor, preached the Floridians, realizing that theirs in reading indeed, but are suppressed\ out phctut,1.Z.uh&rlu. lJrolfu.'I.and K. A.. I'lhtl.Borford. A. L Deloue.t, H.D.

an instructive! flf'rmOn'ing the origin. not only one of the oldest realms of the of regard for the feelings of the parties
i >ir. J. Ira Gore of Cedar Key, is about nf the custom of lelebrating Easter, as new world, but one of the richest and concerned ; and yet these same persona. OCALA RIFLES. "

to become a citizen of Clear Water Har an introduction. the best, have gone: to developing' the resources who are HO shielded often feel at libertyto "I't.lo-I.- A.1''ash.
bor. Va'le' and bouquets of flowers, withan of their btrte. criticise the editor when somethingappears First Meiilpnant-K.\ B. McConnell (
He*oni1 I'. .
uuuiani \viin.m.Kyrty
< H.: .
Mr. Phil Kellot.;% of Brooksyille, was elaborate heart and anti anchor, were The {exhibits timber by Citrus, Lake, in print which they do not like \ -- ... A'Meshes.
the floral decorations at the l'rt"-, have and their : -Sheri in the city yesterday an registered at stung Sumter and Marion counties, givento stop ptper. I FIRE COMPANY.
byterian church, and Mr. Oot ald's ser a better idea of our timl er .40 rgus. ti
Ij tde Montezuuia. I mon U said by those who heard it, to lands many than any books or articles that Don't Recognize It an Hln.BKLLXMKW ChU--K. A. Teatfu. .t. I

Gov. A. P. K. Satl<..rtl. ol TarponSprings hatten a nioht ex cull em and finished have Leen written on the subject. M1KI01: Ileac: CO. WO. L

was registered at the Ocala proiluction.\ While admiring the specimens of Citrus April 21 I, 18 < Kotvman-Maiirtrp. II. Mallett.t Rhrlnauer.HwreuryJ. .

Ilcuae yesterday. The decorations at the Episcopalchurch county we were furnished with the i Mr.. l&tttw: Tr4'lIIl1n'rII.: Iiolouei.mouth"1" i .
------- are said to have been more elaborate following list of articles, which the ener. Uses Sin} : Please credit the essay youpublished :lc; meetings argil and third rrid Tta each ,
IA /) The refreshing shower this afternoon than on any proteding y't'ar. The relic and enthusiastic managers of her in Saturday'sissue I
over name
was much needed, and the 1.eart of the little church was a wilderness of flowers' display have sent to the World's<: of the daily my, to HO tne other pernon. ForemanIxiul iRt)1M11Vi Votk.Astl stag. (0.. 110.2. '

t farmer rejoiceth. and! the attendance was vo large that sition at Paris, France : 1 do not recognize the composition as < 6 ----- : niai'hiid to be turned aw" ay. that of mine and beg that will give 'n'l.rr---lIarl1l\1'l\\ liurnett '
F. Stovall, of the feumter- TIMBER. ) you
'Mr. Wallace The; flowprs were not so p'rofu!'\e at the Tr /UI'Hu--.K.' E. Yoneo. it
to vile Times, i u in the city shaking Lauds! Baptist church but the attendance was Oaks-hvw, white, Spanish, post, turkey honor to horn honor is due. Regular luc 'tlllj g 2ud Monday\ In each month. +
ROY N. S *
; with his many friends. large and the service' much enjoyed.The water red, %willow, black, black-jack' IITU. HOOK AND LADDER COMPANY: ,
old man's beard. Elm-white .
and tea
attendance at all the churcheswere
+ The water works company are laying unusually\ large. At no time within i and red. Ash-white, prickly, yellow _-- ITo J'rl'IIMl'nt-AI.r".'nrl'lIl"nWllk.lh'lItLAMbltaut 1'alruer.
of Mr. R.
pipes to-day to the residence her history has Ocala witnessed BO and sea. Cedar-|>encil, curly, birdseyeand all Whom It May Concern.I -Wtoll. KUhardaon. .
j0, B. McConnell and Mr. C. M. Drown large an attendance. black fancy. Bay-red, white, mahogany have thin. day sold and transferred Twenty luiiitternTULUUA

Mr. Thos. C. Hodge, President of theS. The colored' churches were also largely .: forean. Cypress--white and my entire Bottling Business to the Ocala: LODGE NO. 2i .O.O.J.I'

S. O. & G. railroad, is still tarrying! at attended and they were not without black. Red cherry led plum, chinaberry Bottling Wurklli which- will take charge\ ![Meets every Tuesday &t '
varieties hnwoud ironwood evening.!
"U. wahoo two ,
their floralecoratlons.\ buHinew. old
the Ocala House. lie is accompanied by and tun re \11111) W. II. Challle. N. G,
horn bean white and black haw
wife and child. customers are hereby- referred to them, W. M. I'lilllli. Hfcri'Urr. r
A his His O..Con Girl Stuck to Him. dog wood, three varieties of pine, black and are requested toV nd all orders for All vliltiiiK brulhers cordlaUrlnYIteet'.

The losses by fire in the United States When Alfred W. Edena, a reckless and white mangrow, black) and sweet goods direct to them. OCALA CHAPTER NO. ,fttA. \ l

t VT and Canada during the month of March young real-estate broker, arrested last locust, persimmon,grape, fig yellow mulberry [Signed] C. CARMICH.LL.: 13 Ml.

were nearly$11.000,000against10,000,000 night for forging; a deed to two )late in sumach, orange, red bud, three Ocala, Fla, April 8th, 1889. first Ocala Chapter: No 13, R. A M. Co8iitc&Uona..
night In tb' T
litN Monday month.
_---c.: in March of-last year. Thus far !in April Ocala, Fla., appeared\ court to-day, a varieties cabbage\ palmetto, palm, holly, lnprlllt: w2 every U. W, Lo v i7 L P.
"I// ; the losses b been very lieavy.Mr. vivacious young! I lady caused: quite a sensation black and white hickory, craps|' myrtle, ) PRESBYTERIAN
by declaring! that he WH* her sweet and black gum, basket willow, rod For Sale.A CHURL]1tRu \ -

,,' .Thomas It. Gary is on tbe mat- lover that they were to be married next el.ler, lemon: bamboo, rattan, ptach 15; desirable, partly improved} place for ,W. II. U)1'WALDI'a' ';_

ILP tlmooial war path. lie says that Bro. Sunday night and that she pioposeJ to inches in diameter, white and curly sale cheep, containing ten acres with 110 Scho.l Sabbath at V I\rvic'eI.91 A. ..at; We U<]A uesUy, M and.7..e.01.. .1.,

Bittinger can eat more at a pic-nic thanE bail him out, offering M mortItor! maple, sugar berry, loblolly, wax berry, orange; trees in grove, part of them in at 730.: Seats free, The public & 1

be can, and he sees no reason why he 1000.> The young man's friends had juniper tree, cool and easy. Ei hty-two hearing, all kind! *of fruit. and rubbery, EPISCOPAL CHURClt.1lI

should longer be slighted. Here is a always supposed he was engaged: to s varieties. near S. S. O. c.ti.. railway, and Romeo

chance, young ladies. lIe I U! young, rich \\uri lady in the South, where his family PRODUCTS, AC I K*to Hk-e, Marion county, H
and handsome.The f is said to be prominently connected. Slack lime two varieties, oyster shell Keliint I I have more land than I want Service every Sunday at 10-4.1: a. in. a sti

Ed ens is but a boy in appearance, but lime, natura'' gypsum, pipe' clay, chalk Inquire T. G. l\IAR1INt ...i sundard time, teals tn surly; i
Rifles will be the only Flori at p. in., W. II Chamberlain: tfuperlnTRAVELER'S
td.e Ocala will in the be attempted to swing some of the largest clay, magnesium, marl spa elites, I light Rome P. O., :Marion Co., 1<14.I
that participate ---------
tT Company real-estate deals of any out-of-town pine land soil three varieties black 15apr dCwlm
in New York
LAt treat centenial parade speculator in this city. He was agent shell land, chocolate hammock, five OUIpE.

April 30th. The boys are anticipating here for J. T. Lancaster, of Ocala, Fla. grades, clay subsoil, gray haifimock. Save Your Money --

the greatest!! season of their lives. They He wag held in 2,000 bail.-Boiton Itlf three varieties, black muck, Halt sea Be sure to call at the second hand Schedule of the S. S. O. ft 0.1 R. R.., ,

have heroic already ranks.been assigned a place in gram. ____________ island deposit, Island hammock, marl store under the Montezuma Hotel, before Leave Oc&l&....,......._........... .... ..__ .\JOi8.44 -. .. "iArrlre
, the tested Weihe's.Arrivals from coast and hickory hammock. Of yon buy anything: you may need.You __... .. ......... ........... .... ..... : A K .' t
at .
and your eye five varieties of will find new and nearly new furniture
Caro Zei Efla: Sells grains there are corn, F C d P. R. Old F
Miss R., ( R. &: N. Line,)
teachers In the Ocala Graded School, at our IIotelH. oats, rye, rice pinden, peanuts, goobers, crockery, lamps, pictures and in i
ti the North Carolina teachers Egytian wheat, German millet seed, sor short, it is a uiedlev store and the only Schedule

will Join the Paris Exposition this sum OCALA HOCSE-Geo. II oil well', Mont- ghum seed, cane, sesame, sage, conch real bargain" More in town. l'U..>ienjter south bound :...... ....._ 2:12: A X 'n
( and Visit. clair ; Gov. A. P. K. Stafford, Tarpon cow lima beans, English pea, 8Ap-d3wl. south. touud ......?,..,,._ i-4i: ftt ;' '
several ptta .
mer. They will visit places in Springs ; A. E Williard and wife,Homo- pea kinds of starch butterbean -- l'ultenftr ........,......... s 7m *
." England Scotland, and will extend- their' asa ; Walter:Hawkins, E. T.. V. & G. U.R. ginger t three, three varieties of tobacco,,cassava, Mapes. Freight ..._...._ 1:00. II

kB ;strip as far as Constantinople. .; B. C. Boumem, Williamsport( Pa ; E. Orange Tree Manure, Fruit and Vine soils BOUND.Paanengei .
of State of
f arrow root, map map county arrives in Ocala................. .
: 4
Thomas C. wife M
C. City Hodge Manure These fertilizers ?
AP>: I f The followingJvertiseme i from the ; and photographs of exhibits.In .. Manure, Vegetable .. .. .................... 1:21: P at
f and child, F. Irving Kiser, New York ; this display sent to a foreign land, are real bone, blood and potash, Freight .. .. .. ............... ..... 1tU7:: II
World may rule us out : Robert Gardiner, Scotland ; T. S. Paine, Citrus county ha not only done well, In the right;: proportions for best results, ".WILL er ............_....... 10:48: r MI
CuTENNux.-Finelit position in New Tom Wallis, Savannah, Ga. but stands by right the banner county ol and are sold as low as equal values of Iion'a I, Up-Town Ticket Kent.

nylfs &;York, next Delmomco'a, 5th ave.; windows MONTEZUMA HOTEL-John C. DuBois, the State, in systematically advertisingher plant food can be sold. Maj>e_' Pure F. S. R. R. Time T,Me.

[ 1250 and upward; reference re- Montague ; J. II. Hill city F. C. Sharp, resources. The specimens of timber Ground Bone,Sulphate of I'otashCotton I SOUTH aoVXO.

[quired. Redfern, 2105th avenue. Entrance Washington, U C.;Phil Kellogg j. Brook. were neatly dressed! and the sampled of Seed Meal and Hardwood Ashes, (or sale I 1's.snger mires In Ocala \M f K

[ and exit at any hour throughIJJroadway. ville ; C. B. Spiatt, G. W. Taylor, Jacksonville soil "train, iVc., put up in bottles and by K C. LOVEKIDGE, Agent, Freight .N. "to '". :.:.:.:.:_:::::.:.:..:!.:..... e.1t.Mft AII r M

; L H. Etler and wife, Winter labeled. This. display will not only be aprl d-w 3m Ocala. .. ? N N -...>..-.. .lJA4Ar: an .

The Fever Spreading., Park: ; W. P. Whitney and wife Aredon- for the credit of Citrus county but for the Wanted soars suss.Paaenger : ;
+ The matrimonial fever seems to beladinll da ; T. S. Marquis, G. S. Ry. glory of the whole State. arrives In. Oot.la; ...........-...:.... :15 A a
toe BANNER force at- Lake county ban sixty-four specimensof A gentlemen of several year experience to. ". ...:..._...TII,. ij;y f M /
the was
since Queer Sort of Money.In Prelc ht MM. ...... ......... jy '
have Wen
timber the names of which in growing grafting and cultivating <>>>> '' .
One of the early callers at oar s. N 1' ....I.I' ,
this morning was one of our some of the Indian Yilliagea/ British written on a tupeler gum which is fix! orange:. trees and handling and market a r k ti )

misses who wished to see nome Guiana Im 'thurm noticed tna- y feet in diameter In this exhibit is a tog trait desires a situation as superinterufcnt { THE LAFAYETTE HOUSEJACK80NVILLE ,' ; "

GOOD invitations. She said they w re1M tamed auimala-fuch as parrots, macaws, section of an eucalyptus tree, the teed of of a grove In the vicinity of .. ,

Y j for herself but a friend who wished trumpeters, monkeys, toucans, etc.- which. was planted in 1880. It was killed Ocala. Best referenres furnished. Address -- / .. .'.

1 bee Ome. Of course we understand which where \liIt'111UI currency to adjust during the winter of the M big freeze," at or call on E, L. Ley, Micanopy, Fla. Fu- :. '
.. hat balances in the bartering between the which time it bad attained a growth of N. B.-any information can be furnished ,

PRICT$ different villages. 12 inches in diaineter. I by Rev. J. B. lAy, Ocala, lolL .t
Cabbage. on a Boom. Sumter has fine display of I d&w4t
county a llapr
which will be Must Have. Received a Dig Price Centrally locaud on Forrrth Btraet twtweea a akesn
be following telegram timber, over 20 varieties of wood being
( au4 Piu
;!:_. with interest by our vegetable for it. in their county sign. Teams Wanted. ',

LB ** el red by D.R. Fakes }fro Robert Bexlev bas sold the llertdd- The gray fox and her three cabs, and R. S. Marvin, of Martin Station, who IS AGAIN OPEN,

\ ( Reporter, at Lake "City, to J. )1. Dodd, the salamander in the Citrus county department has the contract to supply rock for SL

t Toga, ESQ., late of Kentucky M r. B xler will are small items of interest. Johns jetties, wants a camber of team

make au extended laurel Europe during The salamander has become quite tame to haul same. Apply at Martin Station. Under and new reduced Management.> ratee to pct Ppeclalladoteme aaa.eat .

the summer and Call.. and apparently fond of his keeper. 5apr dlOt wit MK8. f. M. lUKPlM, hopnwet.rniu goers .

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DA2P B.! ; be Waited on by a Commit Dill Nye on Joseph Cook. Tallahasscean.lathe Matter with tlieTallaha.Neeun << -
tee of Citizens. Strolling about over the Union as I ?

/ Zd, 4PRIL, B II. Rand, General Man have for the past four months, I have A St' .<;.E3Tios.-Now while nUl Mate

4i .iltFrederiC .Land and Coloniza- had the pleasure of seeing and coin trl'MUris empty, our Governor is railing BENJAMIN & FOX

HARRIS, (Limited)" has issued a nuning with a number of men, all fern loan to pay tentative i expenses
'? rominent in some line, and thinkingthat and ordering an increased! awess- ,
central portion of the State.1lorida it
as teeming
their personal appearance went, and our county papers! are
with the lands of the compa* struck me migU be of interest to the with tax sales, strikes us as beiiu a very

nj:dotted in blue, and a description of reader, I have reluctantly consented to oppertune} time for reducing l'X pcnses.It .

fee central tier of counties printed on write some impressions of a few under Men does not require an 'xpert to find lave you heard of the immense
the general title of "Eminent attaches drawingmore
back of the .same. The company has Whom I Have Saw." many unnecessary diem than the cabinet ntucera, reduction to be made in SHOES:

no lands in Marion, notwithstandingwhich Joseph Cook, is the greatest man we and the per most obtuse can, by glancing \ '

we are surprised! to find the fol. have on the face of the to-day, according around the Capitol, dt ;co\er tclc-ss expenditures
lowing description of our county: to calculations made by himself, would of the people's in 'nev.. It

In Marion county the land IK mostly level pinelands naturally come first. lie is a grand for (U well c* I 1'. malfeasance --- -
well timbered and Dutiable for rent'r"lfmDlng all was extravagance:
man, engaged in thinking thoughts ) office
and incompetencyl m
and for This section of the \ !
raring. : theme. He
country hu been deTeloidlpM than any of the he time, of which he is the that the carpet-haggers): and negrmw ere
others, no line of railroad having yet reached It. occasionally takes a day off, during kicked out in 1876, and the Dc-iin-cracy
At no distant day bowerer means connection which time he the in
curses newspapers
will te established, whkh will give advantages of Flori h cannot atfurd to allow! our
Marat Halatead! is,serfo** ill. a.t present lacking, and no put this portion of an earnest way, then he goes back to old ship to be steered on to the same OUR SPECIAL SALEOil
the country on a level with section that hare hover over his porcelain nost-egg of I breakers. If we do not correct the mall
Stanley baa in hit 'possession fGOO,000 loeeu more fortunate In the matter of transportation thought. abuses that natmally into the administration ,
and the settler who la willing to go out have deal creep
i' in ivory. of and Joseph might a inIo".er
the reach of regular transportation waitfor of a ftrornj party ,
development, would secure cheaper homes of fun if he would just oversee the uni- i eautiful election .
New Mexico i, becoming lonesome as in this section than l could be secured at other verse daytimes and let somebody else dot we will waktMip sonic > -
points. niorniiijz to fin.1 the banners of Democracy
a territory. at night but the slightest irregularity
, There is no date when this remark trailing in the dmi.
of will bring Joe
in the habits a planet
Sunday's Timt-Union cut of able map was issued but as it containsthe
prints a out of bed instantly. lie worries all the
Senator Wall, president of the Senate. new counties of Lake, Citrus, Pasco, time for fear a new-laid planet will wan- Penny Local MONDAY, TUESDAY
Ac., it must be of recent publication.The VUUeil the Semi-Tropical.
der into the bush and lost
Idaho is ambitious of speedily followIng altitude of Marion is as great if not lie away dreads to die, not so much get on his We have noticed) in the list of hotel nut! WEDNESDAY. (

C; into Dakota Statehood., Montana and Washington l State greater: it than has the any largest other bodies county of in,ham the own recount, but because he wants to bespared arrivals in the Ocala Daily\ IUXSF.R: the II

a mock land more and to those who are so poorly pre names of several Savannahians, who
ha grows miles of railroad : pared to get along without him. ha'e'I ite.l that: city since the opening
t Dr. Charles E. Simmons is suing for vegetables, and, is filling as many more rapidly When ho colicky and fretful, it is of the Semi-Tropical: Exposition! The APRIL 22, 23, and 24,
i up
$100,000, the alleged value of ,professional with immigrants than other portionof not'that he cares a cent about it personally latter part of last! week our young friends
' service rendered Samuel J. Tilden. Florida. Another remarkable any thing but because he is all the time afraid L. W. and Eugene Uoberts.and James: t5.
:t die and leave the universe in the -
about it is that :Mr. Rand is a railroad to HOBS, a trio of as! clever young! men as
?The bill appropriate $5,000 tor the man and ought to be better posted. hands of the Creator. lIe has been accustomed are courting! Savannah: : paid a visit to
'Parria Exposition by the Florida Le isl&ture We think that it is absolutely essential for so lone to go around witha the Semi-Tropical, taking) the eights of
has been replaced on the ca1enj that a committee of our citizens should long-nosed oil can searching( for a hot. that grand. exhibition. We failed to see SHOES [for MEN, WOMEN & CHILDREN,
]dar and may pass. call on this gentlemen who is so illy Informed journal in the solar system that he actually their names recorded among the hotel

of the resources of our county believes himself to be largely responsible arrivals, amt suppose they "hung up"
Elevators are being rapidly construct and so much behind the times in rail for atmospheric conditions sornewlp're. Their time was limited, -will be roil at-
ed at a number of ports on the Black road building, and post him on matters and astronomical!! phenomena. but they made good use of it while in .
:iBea.! The impetus thus given to the kn9wn to every school boy in tho State. the beautiful, city of Oiala. and returned I ]
Russian grain trade will act as a check Cincinnati Tlme.-'!tar, home highly .pleased; with their trip. FROM 20 to 40 p. c. REDUCTION, nt1 ,
to the American trade. lliiNftla'H Prodigious! Army
Leesburger. They only regret they did not have at

: Give Him Credit. Since his return to Russia the artist, least a week to perambulate about the
Mr. Henry Koopman. and old and respected Verestchagin: >|*s abandoned the brush little city and enjoy its sights. -1-
citizen of Jacksonville, of the Our county is largely: indebted to Maj.
1 firm of Rlvas & Koo roan, died in that 0.1\ Hooks, of Fruitland Park, for the! for the pen, long enough; al least to writean Dr. ---- -
city last Saturday. Ho had been a long success and reputation achieved atOcala. account of the growth and actual Thomas L Wragg, the physician Come early and secure Bargains.
sufferer from Asthma. lie has been untiring in his efforts to strength of Russia's military establish who was' shot lat week in Qu'ncby
kevp up our exhibit there, and its attractive ment. The facts given--and his infor :Mr. Charit'sIJupnnt. died the next da\.

Another nihilists arrangement is due in a great mation comes from official sources-.present After realizing that his wounds were
plot of the of Russiato REMEMBER THE DAYS
kill the czar has been discovered and measure to his superior taste' and judge a picture more realistic and more mortal and that 1m wuunl coon 'jJU ,
ment. lie has devoted nearly all of his Interesting than any he has yet put ushered into the presence of his maker,
: numerous persons, implicated as being upon canvass. In the past eight years ., we learn that Dr. Wra called\ witnesses
in the arrested These will time since the Exposition: opened to the g in -
t. be sent plot to the, "living death'persons in Siberia patriotic work of making an enviable the Russian army has been thoroughly and solemnly protested his entire Next Monday, Tuesday and YVedne*>l .

but this will not stop the plots to kill the name for our county at Ocala, and in his reorganized and placed on a footing of and absolute innocence of the offence
; efforts to this end he has drawn liberally efficiency never before attained. The for which he was shot. Those acquain
v czar. from his own proves and gardens as czar in now able to bring swiftly in the ted with the doctor and familiar with BENJAMIN & FOX

r' Ex-Senator Jones, of this State, I well as those of his neighbors. lie has field :,OOOOOO, infantry and to reinforce his high) sense of honor are fully per

r : launches out as a pin-feather spring poet. I spent fully half his time at Ocala,making these in short order by 1,000,000 men, suaded that he tli'd'ict lI1 to an unjust .
After reading specimens of his about thirty visits thither and payingfull and this "independently of such force as: and unfounded suspicion. A judicial -
t which he is contributing to the letrott fare nearly every time. Every ex would be ready for action on the side ot investigation it is \hoped, will reveal

newspapers, the Macon Telegraph says pense incurred by him has been met. out the Caucasus, Turkestan and Siberia." the whole truth and justify innocence Palace
no doubt now remains of the unsettled of his own pocket and he must, consequently Of cavalry there are 200,000 dragooon no matter on which side it may c Hit Store !
f condition of his mind.S be out several hundred dollars. and Cossacks armed and equipped. The be. Mr. Charles UUltOut| the slayer,and
i Notwithstanding his having had no Cossack reserves could be increased by Mr. \\m. Bnwwell. the tinier, his in-

There are $346,000,000 I legal tender i pecuniary help, he has labored incessantly 200,000 more men, and if the Turkoman former, have been bound over to appear
q'. notes in circulation, $1291000,000 gold I and uncomplainingly and the and other tribes of the east were diaw at the next term of the Circuit Court.- --0-_

certificates $251,000,000: silver certificates : result is that take county now stands at upon, an additional 100,000 would be Talla"a tm..
nearly $150,000,000 national bank the head of the Hat' of the first counties provided Here, then, are 3,000,000 soldiers ---- WHOLESALEAND
notes. The Comptroller of the Cur of Florida. All honor to Major Hooks. of all arms at the czar's command- Silk Sale.

rency estimates the total volume of currency I We move that the county commissionersgive not home-guard militia of fair-weathe Remember these great bargains offered
including all coins, at $100,000i i him a vote of thanks amt that it be I dregs.paraders, but the vast bulkof them Mrs. H. E. Brewer at the Ocala :Music _
000. recorded the archives of the county. warriors as brave and hardy 1anv in House will only be here a short time.
,: !' the world. For defense of the empire Ladies should not miss seeing! these Retail I Drugs !
The natural resources of the great Activity at Turn pa. such an army is wall of granite again wonderful bargains Twenty yards
West boundless. A lake of all Europe, certainly so' in view of the
seem great The of Tampa sends the follow brocade satin, J13; :22j} green check, t9- -0-
asphalt Las been found in Utah, and one mayor fact that the western lines are fortified :22i: yds. satin Rluidames, fl!> 121:
' of crude petroleum in Wyoming, respect ing to the Baltimore Manufacturer by 7,000 heavy guns. In the event of Plum Sarah Uluulames: *!9; 18; yds. blue -ALL KINDS OF_.

ively. Asphalt is worth twenty dollars Record: war with the allied powers Russia: satin, *5; 51] black grosgrain, $1; 9 yds. OILS STATIONERY
ton. The Wyoming Lake of petrol army, if it coulu all ho utilized, would I blue TOILET
per Within the last three months two cigar grougrain, ;'i: :20 yds. blue stripe,
eum is to be-'dipped into barrel: and! factories, with a combined capacity ol7tUUOOUO outnumber the combined forces of her 311.These -AND-

of shipped to market. A company with : cigars annually, have been adversaries, even including England ; silks are from the Johnson & FANCY
$1,000,000 capital will work the Utah as- erected and are in operation. Other and if France, with her 1,500.M( goad (;0.8' firm, New York importers of silk

phalt deposit.An factories will probably be erected this fighters should joid Russia against Germany and all good are warranted.! If they do
summer. Messrs. V. Martinez, Ybor & Austria, Italy and England, only not hold to what I represent them, I Complete Stock I
elegantly dressed couplrjentered theoticeofajusuceofthepeaceiutioboken Co. have just finished a 40-foot additionto tie advantage< of greater endurance and will rt'futllltll 11I011t'y.r the
recuperative power would be on the side We ban'lht Gum Attest
their brick factory. Tampa has also brand! or cigen
; N. J., the other day and were married. two saw and plaining mills, which have of the latter combination. / C JSIX'G OUT Head-lu&rtena for Wall Paper and garden reeda

The groom nave the justice a $20 check, been running ht and day ever since -- -- Stock Sale at--l5-. Root-- WI.IQHTITBUC ok 'nAZEU,
s, telling him to take $10 out of it. It was October last,-and are still unable to sup Xf'''' iIH'I'll''IHd III". Stable. & Company's S
discovered that the check was worthlessand ply the demand for lumber. The output There is said to be a scarcity of 5100 We will offer Oc4l.43JV;ml
.; that the couple had played the same of lumber for 1888 was several million I bills but we must confess that we hadn't Co"I fr the next

" about a hundred justices in the hotel' noticed it. l.nvrll thirty days fifteen head of wood driving .............................
; racket on feet. The magnificent tiro-proof Citizen. an of their -
State. There are many ways making being built by the Plant Investment Co., Wibble-Don't tell me that advertising "
money, but this is about as novel a one is being rapidly pushed to completion,. amounts to anything. I advertised prt'lIt'l1t'altlE'lilt Do not 1I1iqs this opportu- I : ;:THE REDUCTION
to ::
) buy a horse
heard of and the New good cheap.. Our :::::
as we have ever and one wing at least will be ready for three consecutive Ian for an old ;;;;

; Jersey justices no doubt think it a very occupancy during the coming season. It to act as housekeeper and never woman received terms are cash. E. Roor & ('0., ..........-..............................................................

mean one. will be the largest hotel in America, and a single oniwer.Wabble :Japrd &' w Livery l l.n Stables, Ocala, Fla. ............................ ......................................... ..
the only strictly fire-proof hotel ever -It was your own fault that "
t llal. W. D. Bickhain, editor of the built, the material being. brick, stone, you didn't. You should have adver -- -------.J. STOCK
Dayton ((0.) Slate-Journal, and who in lass. Its estimated cost when tised for a middle-aged woman.-1trr< MASTER'S SALE. .... : J.
jr\\ speaking of the South is so vindictive in completed) f1 will reach, i if not exceed, Haute JLrpre, \Dl'k "SI'IRTCEor AISAf. ... ...................
violent in language,seems to r When modern ('rye of of\'CI011nre DFU ..
+: spirit and ,OOOQOO. a youth become ensconced rtnaored by the lion J. MEANS GOODS..AT' "
J. *
be in his dotage and hardly responsible in a street car the ladies discover Marion Hnk->,Judas of the Circuit court in and for *
louiitT. H.. *
for what he says* lie is the laughingstock and the- Death of Capt. T. .). Shine. that he doesn't belong to the risinggenerationYonkers I'Mt s wbereljil was aj.potnted ou the 8th*>iHt-l.l day or fluter February in'ICel1Ul : ..-.,....".....-......AND.............BELOW.....................COST.. .
Ohio papers of the generally papers are a hard! The Orlando Daily Record of April clever newspaper man Cazettr.A puts\his news TIIOMAS N J'E'm,: PASTLUIt I.t therein al. executoR I> of the estate t I .....-.........:...........,.....--........................:.."...".-...,."

set. It is claimed that the old 20th reached our sanctum to-day in items from Chicago and Boston under ants, and H IaimGE: 1v. i.y'ONs':':;t'atM complain.: "
man has been worrying the life mourning over the death! of Capt. T. J. the title "Pork and 11"11ns.-3III"<".,/,a ants, I will offer, public sale onlu as det'eud i \
to him to Shine clerk of the circuit court of Orange He. JiQ..D. ', ..tl'lUL I.T.'
get "
i of Elaine in trying appoint 1'ly.! i 99. I :
out to and of the noblest citlzt'UIt front of he 00' houll'door at Oasis., F101M&, ..-......-... ........................... :
; a 'convertttJew" as Jplnl"tE'r county one !low it Feels to Take a Hath, I is the wltbln the 1'( ..._.... ................._._ .
Jerusalem, the old gentleman childishly of Orlando. lie was Captain of the big headline! on a long article in a \Ve.uern tier tor c..b.tb II Iluwtugdeaenbttt\ real peelermy _..-iI ..............., .:
that was all that wa Orlando Guards, President of the First Wetttern editors situated C\l1, rillll COUlll)", Florida. E.U'E.
that paper. hesitate to
never wit
believing necessary to convert all the Jews of National Dank of Orlando, a director of to sacrifice their |Personal feelings: in 1 live be,t'II,1& hall'of"II;, I a southeast of quarter of section: .-.....-...-.. -...............-.........-.................................
Jerusalem to Christianity. If that to the Gas and Electric Light Company, order to get a piece sensational nei>U. 1l''tlOU eight;; 1.1111\ low nshtp III\t'f'nllollth northeast quarter, -....-..-...........-....--..
the condition th" old man to In, we take President ot the Orlando street railway. -'svrlltrrill Jon,.,1<11. tWi cllt.tllll'e. east'untll.lnlng one Lurmdred range and i 1 :.
back all we have ever said about him. and a member of other public I enterprisesHe ,-- -- twenty IIhf' a above(rts. more sale or ms lelll. iaEM :,
pottponoo -
was a native of Tallahassee, son o( New York' Big Tiro. ,May 6111, 1+'e.. until Monday, i-i
says there Is a woman old General Shine, and married )lisa }' :'''TLROBERTSON, ii
A Maine paper Mart i
husband has been out Martha V. Kpj e<, of the w known amhis.oric The biggest and fiercest! fire New I'I!' ''-'IMI Master. .--.- ...............
.. In Caribou, whose Yorkers have witnessetl in ..............................,..-...,....
,; of health for many years, who carries on Eppes family Virginia! and a a number of' CLARENDON .
"the farm drives the team, holds the lineal descendent of the illustrous Jeffer years occurred there on the 19th.\ There HOUSE :F
i swept th.t'a..t bank of the 3HELis-.l:
harvests crops :
} plow sows, plants, --- ... .
son.Mr. from ..
j and grain, etc. Shine was 46 of age and Fifty-ninth street to what - ..
h t She markets is never herno108 Idle, for when i she Is not at died of dysentery, a disease years now prevalent would b* Sixty-nfth street, if the street OKAlIU IPK". FLORIDA."OsEPH _........_..._..._............-.._.-..._..._. .... ":
the farm or getting: up and in many part of the State. His ran to the river there. It destroyed -i- i OCALA, : :
4 work on :

splitting wood for her family use:,foul she, death 1 is a loss to the wole Mate. belonging more than. to$1,500,000 the) New worth York Central of pro'railroad 'rtv. On cry.Florida[)r; Realtby i'ol1thern climate Rallroa
may be seers2fBvn into What Protection tin Done for the and at least f..I 00.0uu worth of stored and i maerate rates. Address. house JtfZJ8NOWDEX
cold hot lard dour and the lik IOXE .
on belonging to Manager.10IMa1p I
aiWJSJfS? or 1'enneflvanla Farmers. other persons, notably N. K. Fairbanks USHt

She will bludle a Numerous line f armeln llerk8l'Ounty. the great Chicago! lard men ham u rR ; & McFARLANE,

seven bunch miles of shingles a..y.or a barrel)of potatoes I'&., are being sold br.the tsherifl, the destroyed two big elevators, and the oig 4 eaa e DLALxhia ISA -
in town. Ot course. owners having all failed. Thirty have Vanderbuilt building, stretching from fAIL TO '
with the best man stylish, but her been auctioned this spring. This is a 59th> to oOth street, and occupied jointly SITOANiN.G.C.. RNITUR
her ooatume il not paid very promptly, and.If remarkable circumstance, since that BOO by the Fairbanks lard refinery and the CLJRf.NIT03 ItNONN / C'' MCO
taxea are always "ould.enr l e the tlon of the State abounds in large man- Uoasiter stonea and wiped out the dock 4t
ewuldvoteshe of her matobefihbor factoring cities and towns, affording the property of the New \ork Central sys ehaLm teu
right as wisely' as any best home market, tem from 50th to past 65tb street. L[lAyS

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This Exposition, incorporated under the laws of tin' % o' 1 :i rids, OJKd: a t ,kr: I

ICALA wIARION N COUNTY) ]PLOBlbi JA\ti\ i \ Z9Ul, 1889:;':!r. I.:

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CLOSE MAY FIRST 1889. $ t;">c;

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This will be an Exposition of Pomologieal, Horticultural and Agricultural products of Florida and her soils, timbers,Jw oods, minerals and live stock, and in addition articles
I products: of general interest from all States and countries. Entry is open to the worM for the display of its products. No charge for entries nor : space for the products or" = -
nufactures of Florida. ,.
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The United States Experimental Station for improvement and development of products indigenous to this section has been l Ideated contiguous to our expositiongroundbits .;#';, :: ,
> -W'e invite exhibits of all descriptionparticularl}' those pertaining to the arts, mechanics and'agriculture: guaranteeing uniform courtesy to exhibitors.... ;\ r'

CASH PREMIUM LIST, $3,500. L'" ';:': ';


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(1E01 ,,'. WILSON, President. WM.BFOX, First Vico-1'resideut. DB|U. KNIGHT, Second VIce-President I
C. W. CAMPBELL, SI?., General Manager. G. S. MAYO, Treasuier. J. O. CLARKE, Secretary w


nc Filst National! HaM T Tile 1ercllants' National Ban]{ Anti --TIlE-Nloiiojioly-- .-.. hU. '4 ''''.f" ..


[Ocala, Florida.o1 ::EOF OCAT.A--{ ; AND-

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Capital, I Authorized Capital! SURPLUS, .. .. JMJ50.0O M
,,000 $150,000 CO.11P1T1 NBSS 01' STOCK

EIY,Pre.. t, LL \V.II.COt'CIIRPLUS ,\'. >rel OFFICERS I Quality of Goods aiiJ Low Prfoea.0 .,
............................-..... JNO. F. DLNV: }'rr"!1ttk
I E. P. PISMIRES, Vice-President. e
R. B. McCo'vUKLL Cathier
GOODS Jomni: ) i

Bring note taltuhed\tn} our new and elegant Bank building vx are prepared to ffuaranttt -0- r ,u
Located neit door to FIntNauon.l l k
tatitfaction to!All. (Bunk.)
A. MCI TT. c. zIIER. .
General lianlirg butinr trawjctfd Exchange bought and sold 8m tl-t* ? '

; $7OOO.PO qA 1

?f the finest und" beu equipped' banking) house in the State uwntd l"y thee
f have spinal facilities for makinz Cotiona\\ on all :\1'Ct'l;>s ble iojiiti -
?UI extend every tourttsv and favor to our customers cunrietent! with sn.lnd .
..& shall give prompt and l careful attention to;ill bumes*entrusted to.us! .
eo "t YOur !BANK ACCOUNT and all business In our line ando F..RHEINAUER DUNN, p. p V DI''IUVF'OCHAS. .J. HARDWAREno
entire ,
satisfaction. KNIGHT' j A. EINSTEIN i:,
J.L. PP, '. .VP 1'J
\ |) )Ifinwi
pters & Trailers National Hank, Now York, X Y.; ( s sAT

outhern Bank of Georgia Savannah:
ecial Correspondents in all important cities in the West. SPONDFV1/"',.* -- -- 1
fit Xatvmal Park Bank or New York. Afatenet Rational Bank
of Boston.
National Bank of Savannah GfOrpiIJ.DwUHI A. E. DELOUST.C. .
E MONTEZUMA Louisville Banking Cmnjiany fouunlle, Ky ImlloM

r Street, Ocala, Fla.
New\ Jewelry\ ) Store -Drug Line-

.. ..'......................,.......1 ....................NN.N...........................................N1 Shines replete with everything in -0- i -FOR- I ..'...... .
- h e Hotel of the City:::::: his line. Call and examinefor THE
.. .. ...L..MIrHNNN1..NNNNN.M1 ........ yourself. TOEFIND THEM PIANOS

..............-..............;..............ALL..............RESPECTS.....................,...N'......_. ,- -13 4T-. -- pear4.
Strings for Muslca Instruments a DR DELOUEST
d cold b-ilht.: CownoJtwt tamplt :roowt for c... Specialty.!
:'i' New brick,haute and acts furniture. Gninnteed>\1 Wort on repair of Clocks And)Watches: -(%'IST stDaSQUJBL.-) Musical Instruments )JHiI

Rhelnauor's old Stand UCAI.A i t t ,I' | i FLO n ID A
ATE J. P.JTALL Leuee,/... /, 1S& 29dir 4eaS1.a; OCALA,
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_ MJMppICY pp6cdPtlotlry r ., :---o Lale I ( Si .e Hote

Irr. iIAr So. Lake Weir Fla.


Sixteen miles south of Ocala;;

V high bluff overlooking the wh

of Beautiful Lake Weir
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Ja .ppI--",., eg.oIIce_.or HCKS MEETS ALL TRA|

1k Fine Boating, Sailing, GUJ
1 a "',u.lenaxeraa1e.
I If..STEn's Fishing.
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Transient Rates $2.00 to $3,

4 A Bottling outfit; by Ocala Day. Weekly Rates $10.00]
JoUl 12a r d&w: tf
Upwards accordlag to Lo
L' GE &; C).. The Ocala I'lnm-)
berL i and examine their fine stock tide of booms

a elm ,work at reasonable prices / / Address'

lonide raits to order for f7, fits
'i teed. at Waterman's for Bummer Late of Park Avenue Hotel New York
"I' 17apr d&w2t ton House, Niagara Falls '

rhtt&PekiU Duck Kgg for Sale. Open AH Year.

,f At $1 per'docen, enquire of C.C. Carroll, ----_.
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t Gomniasioncr for Citrus county exnibit, -- -

liar ileah[ t'Expoftition WA nu -Building A competent- sawyer llaprlw to take w WEIHLEADS

Tuna i :. i, charge of a saw mill. One who is a good U '

lgva ,,. -" ;. J wwyerand can run planers. and other o
srla, '-.4wood, : working machinery. Koincompe IN TIIE--
It bin '>..*.-- ':'tent person need apply. Atltlr'KI',

otfaari) } 19aprltd2tw* B.linnlmell TKANNERV, Fla., 1

etrrb Car City Tazen.: Watell, Clock, JonLINEI J G l

Mr. Frank Gadmn is ready to receive P

KJDux your city taxes. If not paid by the 30th
kr. of April, books will] be closed and the !

delinquent listadvertisedaocall. around. ; )
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Jbllolipceiti Attention O'alaItiilea! t t
-0Ucpalring -
'It After this day and during April, meet

: Ings will[ be field on all Tuesdays and a Spcci
Jjrti L Thursdays. Your attendance is requested
ladle; f' G. A. NABII Captain. I
..' April 12,1889.: 12ap I

*onoe nun; |J i"i Magnolia- ---Nurllcry.i -loCATED( ON WEST SIDB OF S 4
.allbijrked The. finest and bent variety of orange
' trees for the least money, to he had: ol
a app| x -. J. W. A F. I). W4ITB., .
uke i w8r Lt.t. lU'lleview, Fla. .1
ft.*: Yew, That' what I Said.Ve .

o .tr. I have srreral very fine Villa Franca -
t tha lemon buds for sale at $3 per thousand,
' 6' besides some varieties of oranges cheap THE DEACON & ADAMS

cif Budding. a specialty, the'! best of refer

ets ) encca given on application.E. ABSTRACT COMPANY.IS .
l ;. D. COATES -l-
fir 5aprCt wl Stanton, 1<'la.II .
tee -- 711E PLACE 10 JET THE FAU
air A comfortable; well ,kept hotel that V

be charges most reasonable rates, Is the -1-1OmC'E

ct Harriett House, Savannah, On., FO I long
conducted-by Mr. M. I* llarnett."-AVw : : OCALA UOt'l

Fork World marlltf
ran -- -> -- THE OCALA HOUSE.

t i DRS. G. H & J. C FERINE
offim-cliMiit* ron.leit'dby lion. J J. Fin-
O try, Judge I of the Circuit' I Court,In and for Marioncounty E.
ins Rosldont Dentists.UZRCHANTET lorula, on the Jt>th day of March, A. I 1) ( E'ROPEJ.I PAN ) B. RICHARDSONTHE
lv"V' lua'alllof' wherein CLARA WALLACE.
NATIONAL BANK BD1LD1NU, rt. al l., are complainants, and a KO H. HAVH. rtat. -;
th ., arc ilefotulitnu In which ilecrve I was ate
OCALA FLORIDA. |.)lntc i1 x .All braulhecl of dentlitrr. Teeth flllcd and outcry at the court bOll e door In Ocala, Florida, City.A."iD Livery in the City
tmMnrM. Roots crowned with porcelain or ROM to the hlhMt bidder for cash,on +
r fc tb. Artladal sets tram one tooth to a full set. .VOMMV. HAY em, A. D. !<>*>. -0LEADING -
a BUlctly Ariz-CIn dentintrr*& moderate priee .
the following ! TOOTH rowota A IPOaaLYT.iy ww mill ; one boiler, one engine and SALES STAB .
two(dreularmilllawn now located and operating
UNit'HAea at Rock fci>rlnK, Marion county, Fla. old to t'7 Std
L D peLLI.

d DKNTIS1V. Jxo. 0. REARHON, *>pc!.Ul uter.COmllalnanta .
8oVr 4prll30d GEORGE McKAY,

Special attention riveno Crown Drid'fworll.OoldplatHl -
and all Bnt-clfta' operation pertain SIIKIUPF'S SAI.K. ARCHITECT AND DUILDR
a )ental Art. Ou admlnUteml tor tbenleu
extraction of k eth. Office in FlntH.onal
.t Bank ttuildlnc. [ktblfF111n08. BY VIRTUE OF AN EXECUTION ISSUED Repainted Inside and DESIGNS AND ESTIMATES
i) of the Circuit court in and Inn Marion Out !IA"iD
county Florida, bearing the date of March 21 it, -Furnahecl on.rAppUeat1ooOrnCBRWDllfC. ,
t i. [ P. GARY Nnmcu". D A. D.. ISN. herein T. J. MYtKS and (i A. 1\
UWELLKY.pannera doing! the firm --0---
name of MYERS : platntifii,
, AKD ICBOBO and WILLIAM E Mcc'I.\UAHAN, ndraluUtrator : : Orange and Sixth
of the NtaJe of A. YW IIJTF.. dtc't'**-.!, 1* defendant
Roni, Agnew A CJary'i Block, OCALA I hare levied upon and will it'll at public REFITTED 'THOROUGHLY WITH ELEGAN OCALA .
+ la TTorMa outcry to the highest I bidder for cash. at the FURNITURE FLORtV1JS11y rI.
enwrlenoe .
TweaI74.SY n tear's. court house door in Oral, Marion county, Kt !,
DLeasea. d5 JaoSID rjMlO.87.lyMMIE
e ..... da on
+ i MOXDA)', MA)' 'Tll. J.'*>,
k during the legal hour for sale,thtf, I-I I. J. BROKAW
ItL NOTteR. oeltof landi and their appt>rteuances, lu Marioncounty ,
aforeaald.to wit : The "".quarter
PARTNERSHIP HKRETOroRK EXIST. of uonheart quarter of section tw entyy Ken ((27)) -1-
.In*between Oeo. W. Brow and J.(, ferine. township sixteen, ((1<)outh of range twenty-two BEAUTIFUL AND THE
4, v A t UD4u the Arm nallle ol OEO. W. BROWN CO., ((22)) east and the southwest quarter of northwetquarter LAWNS CROQUET GROUNDS MARION COUNTY
Ia thin day dt.lOlTed brUmiUtlon. Ocala. .,. Fla., i iAprt1 and the reel half of northweot quarter,
b'18t111.. OW. W. BROWN UJ.:1. lees twenty ((20)! ) acre on eat doe of section SERYMAN.
2Adnl41w' PV O.o W. Brow twenty-*!* (*\\I.> of township sixteen (li'v. south of ,
nng{twentr-two ((1!>ea t, CS Y.iIICW all onehundreland I -1-
forty acrea )' being
sold to satisfy aid execution and enrtitprili' OFFEBS TO

Jar D. Mt YetELL. Atl'y for l'l'l. SaprAXl FOR TEEMS ApPLY TO : : : : : GEO. D. DUY, J41UOn.. OP XUESEUY STOCK-OBAPB8PCIAUTT.
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UNDER rendered by the lion. J. J. Haley. djan152m ADDUM Anti
,. IL -- Judge of the Fifth Circuit Court of Florida for ..
.,' Mar ou eounty,on the 4th day ol April, ivy, intheeauaewheretn
TALUOTTA SONS are complaiuanta. :::::. HARNETT HOUSE :: ::. .
fitiJ! leads in the race for good ,and BENJAMIN F. KARLY, lithe dePendant Millinery Millinery !
\, wherein I was appointed ipcclal master, I AM-
1 I hare levied Unm and wul otter for tale at pub.tic I

L outcry before the Court House door in iValaX -1-1LEADlSO : ......... .............................. ..... .. },

CHEAP LEATHER SHOES, la., on the 6 r11 D.i)'OF.W4)',U.C I. POPULAR HOTEL OF- ; Our..Milliner. U at home again- :j .;.:::o-fferna-.:....to....the"-......................- ;;.-.
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to the hlgbeM bidder for cash the following d.
criU d Ten of land \- : FLORIDA
property : aert More or
TrY C..- Pair and be Convinced of their Ioyn cleared and fenced,w ith hove, well of water .. i..I I CURIOSITIES
WearingQiuilities.. did orange tree nuroery ou uun;situate In section SAVANNAH, L GEORGIA. ,

/ quarter tytwoeast three in.township,nonhwent Commencing thirteen quarter at pxwt south of the comer, rang northwest of twen said -t- -.................-.with......-.........a......Full..............and..............Complete................................Stock..................of................ AND IXTTXFANCY STATIONERY.GOO r

.t DRESS LEATHER' SHOE LEATHER, section on.hundred and lily yard" of the
railroad, thence two hundred and sli yard : .. ....... .I FINE MILLINERYe
aoutk, thence east along the railroad to post. ; ELECTRIC. .blieHI'S_:AND.: BELil1 i i .......... .... .- .. ... OFFICE -
/ lace Leather, Cut to any Sir or Shape thence west two hundred and. thirty-eight yard ......_:.e=-!!! in ,ti SUPPLIES AT LOWEST PRICJ&
to Un of Major Johnnon' thence north to placeof -
"r + Said commencing tract of land two being hundred northwest and sixty quarter yard of o-oGOODS QUARANJ1 ....................... --
northwest quarter of oonn w t quarter of seed.n Artesian Well Water. Street Cn to all DtpcKI.1 nd th..ery1UTILATE
HARNESS. & SHOE FINDINGS three township W"... south ra&c twenty-" I '
two east, being situated Marion baid property t.*sold to satisfy aald de- =HoodE&I1'a FJ I f\
Of all Mod in Stock. ;. I. DAY.

x_ ?ut.. J.O.KKARCOX.ODm.fioi, treeUl Master, ?matt[ ;03d' ;.: tabne

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