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 23, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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System ID: UF00048734:00196
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ILORmA I.\'TERX.tT/f.Y.iL .ISD EifT-TROPlCAL EXPOSITION The Setnl-Tropical ESJ>ot'ltlon. South Lake Weir .'....t.. CITY

Our Exposition is rapidly drawing to Our Regular Correspondence .
The Union Society held a interesting .
.a close. It was begun at a season of un- :
Easter service, which Wllttkrgtt1
usual and its successful FIRS
depression coin attended, Hev. Vanderwaterj'.f Ji'yuitland ] -
pletion WitS almost a surplice i to its Park, whose Sunday UIM to MaJor-Dr.Tbot. P.c.n

originators. No outside counties were preach here, was unable to TJIIII8ent n rt-8.. A.Bullock.MtnhaVC K,1\atl..' ,

lIed upon for help in its erection. The on account sickness, but Mr. W.;Foe, CollecU-F. P.GulfWtt.
tE'r the Sunday-School superi nt t, AMMOT-D. t.MclTtr.
corner stone was laid on the 20th of uurer-R. R.Hnowdcn.fn .
1 conducted the service, delivering r
f __J November and the formal opening was '!n.uent discourse! concluding. ('it, announced for the 2lHh of January.On iVh it tier's beautiful poem, "1'aleThe Board AMennen-J. F. DuM! *. W.; Agnew,
.. J.T.Lanwurtcr.John A. BowelU &;. 1... Rooth.\: o.
choir \
r that day it was not fullconiplt4ted sang! fle'l'rlappwpriate. .. NO..Jlar?
and -
and hardly an exhibit hall\ been re- lions which\ had been oFpemlliarcd \ ,.+pF" Smith shall.,B. W.('aanUer,1. Brown

i elved. But the announcement had' for the, occasion.! The decoe" Sanitary'Inspoctor-W.T. King
I been trade that it ,otild be opened on lit Sons were very fine' and were arrange* COUNTY OFFICERS.

the day stated, ttrrungeinent for rates with excellent taste.. Prominent among ,, County '\I -1t1cblrd McContthy.I
ratified i with the railroads and} the put them was a large 11)'rnmitll'oll1j1\IMl>d entirely 1 County Ork-t A. Miller
ii-inxittii.; The management held thatit of wllh''ah'r.lil1it' .- | -& T.S: llllami.AM -;
the the Winter residents ant, visitors lin- .Mor-J. C.Mtthewi.
opening WHS; jiot-ipoiied, public are Collector-H.T.anmann,Citra. '" A
would IUMonlldence in it and} it would} pring longer than usual this spring, enoving : Trel.ul'\! -$.R.Io let!. '' ':">' _
Ll' pronoui ced and l'uhlis.t'l} 1 a fail- the unri\aled l weather, but mAny''VI.IIlMon *SopBrtntendeirt of: labile lli1t.ructlon-Y.IL.. "
daY aa/ It decided} if only take their h"rie, Kletnlngton. 1.
ure. WAM!' to open it abox departure. Among .. .
wounty O\mml..lnnert-lt.. W. Long:: P.
of matiis!. 'not received for exhibit hem who ct this week or very soon are, IYaatham, M.U. Ron, F,a. Perrto W. P.W11UajBton. -
It took courage! to d<" that. The day and Mrs. A. II. 1'ioher and Mrs GurrLsh, 6 k Pon.
the night belore/ the opening the exnbitpweie )I'.ellows Falls!" Vt.; :Miss S. :McCready Th S County Commtaiontn meet the

OPVXED AT OCALA, FLA., JAX VARY .".nth. tSS9 rushe.lt.! The opening. Y.; :\Ir John L. Kighmey, Lake Hill; W, 4 ar School tn every lkrd-r.month,E. Harris K.T. Wartnaann t r V.'i,

-- -- --- -, day was auspuiout. ) The city was handsomely 1- 11:I. Pottci. Io.tonIr.: J. T. J l1l1t'1'1Ir.' U. 8. Mowr, A. R..riflln. 1'.L Dnriioo. .a'r N
decorated. Large, crowds were I:i. S. Upham! Sanuus, Mt; '.s. cliool Board meellllfl\Mon aJtn nerJDIODLh.1fCOUNTY
BUDGET OF HOME NEWS Think our Public In the Union.Schools tht"I.oole..t 111 attendance, Editor: rrill (long may Miss L'da' :McMahaw: is' visiting with BOARD OF inEALTII;?f .

---- .- -- lit'! lice: and prosper( ) made :a l'ltl'tivatililot> 'relatives Gainesville. FrealdenV-Dr.- T. P, "r;
c. L. IJITTI-- -<-tER-,City-'E i1tnr.----- When it comes to educational }110- address the band rendered delightful; 1'his has generally leer coomdered a Secretary-Capt. E. $.urj.RichaKUon.. ., 4'1';
pressi\eness! Florida ranks with any ofhe music and every body nas happy. quiet winter here, but in looking over: l\Iembeta-Dr. D. A. ml\h, Anthony, lIcasr.. (\4
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-- Mates.-Hon r Pebble spectacles at Weihe'a.Mr. : Great Scott! '$fr. Florninn; don't j-u forth, exhibits lufjjan' to pour in .from think South Like Weir "will compare BOARD, OP TRADE. '''' i

t s. B. Hubbard, the great hardware know any letter than that neighboring counties! the newspaiwrB' favorably with any other place in Flori Predderi.-3.FDunn.. ". dr .,.
I merchant of Jacksonville, is in the city. If there i ill a state in the "whole Arm- rendered generous! aid in their splendid till.. Among. the most noticeable we note Vice Prestdent-B. A. weathers '; '';
lean Union that has no poor system of notices, and the result wan that in a lit. a beautiful cot 1430 completed and occupied secretarWm. Fos.ItonrJ helm,4: ':."
of OoTernon-A.P. Mun Jr. C.:& \: '
t' Senator Dunn low' our thanks for a public; education as our own state:: of tIe while the Exposition was pronouncedby by :Mr. A. II. Fisher on Bristol auiT, Jno. F. Dnnn, J. II. Livingston.! B. ;A. : ;:'<
copy of the Senate and House journals of Florida has, won't you ha\"( the kind I visitors, the finest of its characterever street, another cottage just completed by; Weathen. Wm. Fox" and 8.W, Moody. .. 4 e. :i'f:',
the 18th inst, the first we have received ness to point it out1' If thenis i a parti- I held in the South, and it was deserving K.: S. Ul ham, a cominotlioua stable\ bail BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIA."if.: .
') in more than a week. clu of truth in what von say, it is, in of all the praise given; it. Thatis by Mr. Pray at t the corner of Western -;.
I view of the deplorable tund i;lion of the what 1IIII'k does. It. showed' to the Avenue and Bristol street; another TION. : "
r The average Republican editor need jublic schools at present, a tad:: commentary -' outside world! that Florida was not dead stable built bv Miss S. Mci/ready at her president-C.l'n'aideEd.: B. Wllmtr.O 't"iVice .;i

not despair. Missions to Gel mal II)', on what they have been formerly. That the citizens had not lost confidence place by the fake side and many others. Secretary and Tmuorvr.. Delouest.-Louis "o&., -.y;..; 54
II China, Turkey, Bolivia, I'arapuary, the Doubtless there are L">od schools in Talahaspee in the Stale's resources, and that onr SOUTH" Stoic tkvird ol Director". T. Lancaster lease Bu '{'
Argentine Republic, Siam, Hayti and and some of the other! cities, but opportunities were boundless. Wliot.\. phens iacharlas I. and It.di..Flshd BurtordT A. C.Delouse; ". D,
I. Liberia are yet to be filled. what are they in the rural districts? To our share of the winter travel. The The ntllt'M' Friend
state the case plainly, we doubt i if such railroads opened their eyes an to w hat a The j popularity of the Ocala Rifles is OCALA RIFLES.
f"- Forsen.rltl weal'\ past t we ha\'l' b'on miserable schools arc to bo found anyM good season would do for us and for well known in this communityand whenit CApUlu-Ueo. A. Nub )

'. issuing n i Teadingniatt', r 1\'" or the \chii! _">- in Second Lieutenant, K:, Williams.. ,l
"allY eirilbeso, becautlin is not money lie\'e that It has been of incalculable participate the great centennial parade, Forty Members.
that rend, our table whll irk more |I'N whole and our rival lines began
7 fn 'tii.'h appropriated to keep up good benefit to the State especiallyto railway bidding FIRE }
J :- $annum fur their publication: than M"ask wdmols! and there meter will be under the counties that contributed so largely against each other as to which would do COMPANY. %
. for our1Ve hfpllonrt'tfort >\!i\'"i the: present system.It to its success. It. must be kept up atall our gallant\ boys the bigger favor in Thlef-K A, league a +
\. a full dollar's worth of reading! thromr'i:' take money to build respectable hazards. This summer it must be taking them to Jacksonville and return. MARION BOB CO. HO. t. ILKorr I' i

"t :the year is appreciated. school\ houses and pay competent ttachr painted and the tower completed. A The F, B.. & N. finally\ put (he rate downto man-Maurice Rhelnauer. ",

,ry'' Mr. It A. Btirford, who created such :a t for the proper school year, and if ipeediiii! track must bu added to its attractions. the remarkable low figure of $1 for Trca Hecretnry' urt'r--A.11.K.Mallet I) lonea. (.
sensation in hoston! in having, the Floridian will ituuj J are the rate of Artificial lakes, fountainsand the round trip. This was" owing to the Regular meetings Ural and third Friday each
. the : young fur school tax in Florida with the rate in flowers and shrubbery must exertions and kind olfices\ of Mr. month,
Edens arrested as attorney eom of the other State, the position adorn its grounds. It is the best pay John Dozier, the liable! agentof HOTKCTl: V B UOMt CO. lie 2.ForemanTIniIi .
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and iHinn tnrrn-
Lancaster n <
Messrs. ,
i of Florida when it('oiuestc> "educational ing advertisement ever inaugurated, the linn and who i I" 1w'all11 admirerof Volk. 'a1 ,
last ni IIt. lie lava that his'i it wa- AMlsUnt-C. I. \ongl'
had his .irojjrebbiveness" will\ he better under. for this section. Even financially it the Ritles. But Mr. Strobhar had! SecretarylUrriiion M. Burnett
Edens pockets
none too soon as which, \ h stsa). .-St. Andreni .MfMfn ) deed attempting
full Of firjrcd w.t I4ondlr
: Regular meeting'ud
, costing 20,000, it has a tine engine determined not to be downed by the tn ech month
to woik oil on unsuspectingpurchasers
,. New Fii'in, costing fG.OOO or 8000. It. spent rates of any competing| line, and with HOOK AND r
\. ---- 410,000 in advertising ; it paid iU. pre.Iuilllllii his well\ known generosity told the President .!
{: Notwflbshindinr: 'lie ftct that sprint Having purchased the entire interestof and its band, and it owns several I boys that he would place. a parlor carat KorcraanVllks LADDERi"OMi'ANV. ,
,. 1 S. II. Birdsey in the business heretofore their and mutantWells
is here, and the docile cow has rich, succulent hundred sties of land. The small debt disposal transport themto
tarried on under the name and. that it must be off and Jacksonville and bring them back 1'wellmcml.Jeu. r
grass to fill its abnormal vacuum hangs over paid on ...
after a long winter's failing, thereby style of :S.: R. Birdisy & Co., and saidcoparnl'rshit it must open nextjwinter unencumberedand their return, free of charge. Of course TULULA I, O. O. p k
been this dissohed .
increasing the town'8 milk suppo r > having day on a scale that will make it illustrious there was nothing mean or small about 1
milk vender have raised I have ass :iatd :Mr. Wm. A. in our lustory. the boys, and with loud demonstrations (IMeels[ every Tuesday ereBtng.]* t
enterprising W I1 Challle, N. O.
the price of the cooling and sonl-inspiring Hacduff, of Jacksonville, with me and and hurrahs for Mr. Strohhar, his prop W. M. Phillips, Secretary" _
milkshake from the to ten cents. the; business will be h*after conducted Church and School Iliiildlnc. osition was accepted. The boys w11jCet All TlattliiK brothers cordially/ 1nT e4.|
under the name and! >-tyle of Hubb.ird \
The BANNER' : typos say snda-water is good Prof. Colby to make them a life crayon OCALA CHAPTER NO. f'
made for the iif
are being "
for them. Macduff, and we have 'pl&cvd Mr. Geo. N. Preparations size portrait of Inn and it will be R A. Ml
enough -- --& -,- Vinal in charge as buine-n manager. erection of two buildings very much hung in their armory labelled the j DcaaJaJ.ter! > No. 13, R. A. M. tlMsvrOCatby: ,
The New York l'rt83 gloats over the April 23, 1889.!' S. B. HuBiunn. needed in in our city, viz: a new house "Rifles' Friend. first!. Monday night In every monPRESBYTERIAN f
of worship for the Methodist II, W. .,u." t
fact that it had nearly fifty columns of apr 3 dlt w3t Episcopal ,
wants in its issue of last week. The 1 I church, South, the congregation of whIchis Mr. John Schneidler, of Dakota, who CIhU.. .
I large andinUuentialand! new graded Ray W U. UoTNALn r ,
that promised Dissolution Notice.
is the with fifteen
Prets was us and
newspaper years ago, remembers '
follow Harrison i school, which is rendered absolutely' Sabbath services at 11 A. r. and 7 r.'It'
would s
such flush times The firm of S. It. Birdsey & Co. is this necessary to accommodate the increasing his pleasant stay at the old School at B.30 A. a. ; Wednesday eve siay tyre
r election. All the'! other leading. newspapers dam dissolved, S. B. Hubbard having; attendance. The plans for the new Ocala House, in visiting us again at 7:30: Heats free, The public cord: \tilt.

in New of wants.York gloat It is over estimated as many that purchased the interest of S. R. Birdsey, church promises the largest and finest! Situation Wanted. EPISCOPAL CHURC '
columns and assumes the liabilities of the late and most church-like edifice yet constructed
60,000 persons are out of employment inNew firm. This April 23, 1889.SAMUEL. in our city. The material is A gentlemen of several! years experience Ras C. B. WILM ca, Hector:'.. s e
iy York. If things keep on as they R. BIBDSEY and the in growing, grafting and cultivatingorange Service every Sunday at 10.4' a. m., w
arriving placed on ground
after awhile will have to I m. standard' time. Heats true Scuds! i
are itself against the "pauper labor"of apr23 dwlt SAMUEL B. HUBBARU. and the pastor and stewards are busy trees and handling, and marketing I at S p. m., W. It. Chamberlalo.Hl1 ertn ,
protect making preparations for laying the) fruit desires a situation as superin- I
the United States._ Hotel Arrivals foundations. It will be built on the same tendfiit of a grove in the vicinity rfOtala. TRAVELER'S GUIDE.

f, At the meeting of the Ocala Rifles last OCALA HOVSE-Jno C Lettre, Savannah lot occupied by the present building, Best referenres furnished. Addresser
night, Lieutenant McConnell announc- Allen Gibson, Grahamviile; A B will be of brick and is estimated to cost call on E. 1.. Ley, :Micanopy, Fla.
t ing that it would be impossible for him Saunderstrom, New York; J J Hines and about 110,000. The pulpit, altar, pews, N. B.-Any information can be furnishedby Schedule of the S. S, O. & Q. R. { '

the Rirles to New York,so: wife Baltimore;; Geo E Shoey. Boston; T and doors will be of the latest designs in Rev. J. B. Ley, Ocala, Fla. Leave OcaJIL._......._......... ... SS
to Mr.accompany Glover Miller was honored with that S Ellis, Ansonia, Ct; W B Wilkinson, church architecture The Methodism llapr d&w4t_ Arrive...__...... ......... ............... ,r...._, 6(5

distinction for the occasion, and right Palatka; J 0 Matthews, Citra. may well be proud of the building, and Teams Wanted. P, C. A P. R. R., (Old F. R. & N. Lin la
worthily will he 'wear the honors. Whilehe MOSTKZUMA Mrs M Williams, Cryatal we hope that all of our citizens will aid Schedule. t.I'lI.AIIenger .
is one of the youngest members of River; D A Chase, M n, V F Long, A K them to the extent of their ability in its R. S. Marvin, of Martin Station, who .
the organization, he has successfullywon Lansing, Cambridge!: New York; W C construction as it will be an ornament to has the contract to supply rock for St. .. .. voutb1'anwneer laird ...,..........r.. xlzatt 'A''
Mouth .
bound .
Johns let ties, wants a number of teamsto 1'4trx:
the medal for being the best drilled Larman, Salem, N Y; Jonathan Hoag, our entire city and will help as much as .. .. ..,.. ....".._: 607.K '' f
member of the company in three com- Tomhannick; S B Hubbard,Jacksonville; anything else in its substantial and Ier.manent haul same. Apply at Martin Station Freight .............._. 1:00: r i. 4A
petitive drills. We doff our hate in Fla; W. A MacdufT, Jacksonville, prosperity. 5apr dlOt w4t NORTH 50USD. vi:

honor of Brevet-Lieutenant Miller. Fla; T J McRae wife and child, Citra; The Ocala Graded School will he a Have tested at Weihe's. Passenger arrives in Ocala. .?. 007AM:
your eyes '* :::::::::::: *
--- T J Barnes Allen Gibson Grahnrnville wooden ru tur is estimated U .
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: Freight .U" ............... .. 11:07 .
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Advertising rays.The ? A
T C and wife Mrs E cost th its furnish about ). It
Sharp Washington; w gs, FJX Passenger =-108, i M
public can appreciate a favor; Higgins, Jacksonville; R A Durford, city; will occupy the site of the present build. I CLOSING OUT WILL JIonciND, t'-Town Ticket Agent. ,

these facts were demonstrated yesterday J S Holmes, N Y; L J Dinsler, Gaines. tag The trustees, architect and builder Stock Hale at t;. Root & Company' F. S. R. R. Time Table.
by the immense number of ladies and ville. !, establised the lines for the foundation I II Stable. MOUTH BOUND.PftHscngerarilvea .

gentlemen who visited the large establishment On the European Plan. I to-day and the corner stone will be We will offer for Hale for the next I in Ocala..,..............,,. IM' r M
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the :
A Fox to take laid by fraternity on the Oth .
of Benjamin thirty days fifteen head of good drivingand II.M .
advantage of the special sale on shoes, During the summer the Ocala house I of May Mr. Jno. G. Reardon. a member work horses at much leis than their Freight.. .... .... .... ..:.::::.:...--.950At: !* i i,
which they are making for three days. will be run on the European plan. :Mr of the Board of Trustees, will b* invited present value. Do not mi.* this opportunity ..... ......._ .12 06 A. .+
Shoes were sold at a great sacrifice and I Duy's bill of fare contains more than two to deliver the oration. The selection to buy a good! horse cheap. Our NORTH ROUND }

many took occasion to supply their hundred articles, and persons can procure of Mr. Reardon is very proper one. terms are cash f... ROOT & Co., Passenger.. arrives? in.. Ocala.-----------.. ........_..__ 7:15:n AH e b't
whole family. This sale continues today meals ranging from a lOc sandwich He is the oldest native! born citizen in Livery Stables, Ocala, Fla. l"re" h .. .. .... .. ....._ v-30.: r M.
and to-ocorrow. to as many dollars as their packet book the place, was educated in the building 3aprd & w l.n 'I .' ....,........._12:00: A If
will allow.\ Ice cr am,.trawberries and I and takes a deep' interest in educational
Ready For Delivery. cake will be served at any hour from 9 matters. Besidesthe Masonic ceremonies NOTICE THE LAFAYETTE $ \
"The Present and Future Productions o'clock in the morning until 11 o'clockat there will also be appropriate school ,,
of Florida," a book that will interest all night. Ice cream will aim be sold) in ceremonies under the direction of Prof. To all Whom I It May Concern.. ,
who reside in Florida, or those who contemplate any quantity to private families! Thin Streator, which we promise will be of I have thin day old and transferred JACKSONVILLE, FLA-
doing so. It embraces all the splendid hotel will be kepi. open all interest to all who may attend. The my entire Bottling Business to the Ocala
details connected with fruit culture, farm summer and Mr. Duy is determined in necessary papers for the erection of the Bottling Works, which will take charg' '
crops, and gives such information sought every way to add to iu popularity. building have been signed and it i ili to be and tun the entire business All my old Centrally located on Fenrjth Street between t J
after byjthe intending settler, also that finished by the 15th: of September. The customer! are hereby referred' to them, Ocean end J'lne, : J J.
required by those who are residing in WUlTltD--IOlIition a* book-keeper or building was designed by Mr. T.J. Flood, and are requested to tend all orders for IS AGAIN OPEN ,
Florida. Illustrated with the different accountant by experienced<< in mercantile architect and Messrs. Ha vis & Tyler are goods direct to them. ."'
fruits. Price i' lc. cloth, )1.00, At Ocalt' and banking buflineB. Good references the buildrrs. It will be 56x80 feet, two I [Signed] C. CARKICH-EL. .:.,;J }(

'Mws Depot, or P. O. Box 358, Ocala. W. Y. M. Palatka, Fla. stone, and furnished with all modern Ocala, Fla, April 8th, Under new )Management Special lodocemc f' :{ Alyd#-y
-, -'..t,. .. Apr23 23aprtd school fixtures. I 1889.12aprdlt w2 aud reduced rate to penaaaent neita '
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t d DAILY IP r e In IS* only five person in 1000 were represents the frw choice of a self) rulingpeople ( Mr. Maynard failed Philadelphia to we signs fl/wrrf of the Bays" many hate SPECIAL SALES- '
towiu" thai the
the objects of public He typifies' and embodies thatrespect
charity, while In I been -practically rultud" by rohtbltlon. He
k r which is the slow evolution
LA'aiPRIL Europe tbe number for law,
41. Our
people "rite:
I( DI ,generally are the most Intelligent, the of the ages, and which bin Js illus.trat,8 men I ,. H is I Indeed, tmr! wonderful when you come
to best fed, clothed and housed In the together in civilized society. to we It, how easily U I III for a country to keep BENJAMIN & FOX
,1 &, ; HARRIS, the world. What tbe laboring classes the people's majesty and if the right along, pay Its debts and U- cheerful, without .
a .j here as voice of the people be indeed the VOIN"or even a cent ot revenue from the liquor ,
enjoy everyday East about the war
necessaries of I have heard so ranch In the
; t life those I in other countries regard God, then in a very true and solemn prohibition kills the towns that I WM quite
I : luxuries. \\ hl'e' other nations as sense he 1 Is the elect' of God. prepared to find a lot of ()municipalities and
are expending other things nf that kind Ivlng lIrlundbere on tho
ls' ,1'' millions annually! to keep up Kansas. prairies, but thus far I haven sighted! a
costly armaments, we have no standing WHO IS TO 1JLAME ? single corpw. On th. andrvtror have found anamazlngamountof Have you heard of the immense
army While our : life in thi-ne villages
public debt -
be dend, accord reduction to ho made in t tAT
I fag without burdening Coss-Ofo 2.Ta aod ought M growing SIIOKS;
the Mr. of
people, that Mr. Xash'n lleplr to whisky log a the East: many ofth<-m
of the leading nations of Europe is a M fart that much ai c>er that the mother ..
'firf | standing, if not an increasing burden. tht Editor o/fV BinurrEvery r government iofthat e Statecen do to keep. them
The glowing tvlorof well Informed knows that those properly dressed up In municipal "lothcI .
this {jors-m
picture could TOUR
f : I hate been Mipnxed to find such a unaiilmUy C
be toned down by shadows which exist, States which have pa***! constitutional prohibition of sentUuent among all claw* '
r I but the application of these we will post II have been lied about and misrepresented brgs.rLIe of men on the twins of the { c
pone until some other dp" <1 statements on thH sabject of prohibition ; permanency" of the law Kven: thos"w ho grumble
I at prohibition and those ho opynly actiouuce it
I In this connection we take pleasure in and these misrepresentations are picked up and are free M admit that it has come to stay. 1 hat e '
quoting also from a 8ech| to the toast, net afloat ty those who''ught to know better. met scores of persons, merchants, bankers and
"{ "The President of the United States," recently )Ir, GOM give us *e'"elalltarbled extract froth solid business men who have told me that they SPECIAL SALE
when the -
were not In rA\'orofprohlbltl.u question
IJ I delivered by Mr. Chas II. Jones, Neal Dovr'a letters on prohibition and statement was first submitted; they fought and voted
r editor of the St. Louis ll'} ubfic. He of men u ho are the enemies ot prohibition and against it, but now, they nay, they would not bo
Ned ,wflll6itlfM.eeeed? in the Mids calls it truth. One statement like the following, willing to admit the saloons back again ou any

/ city of Nwr/Yofk'' tin, "largest militaryand "In any age and at any time luminous or like those which I have already given from terms. of Thee the good have results become of 10 the thoroughly law up{ .n convinced the '0nMONDAY

ciyic/imo.ifcr>,". ever seen on must be the mind and glowing the men of unlmpeachMe character, 1 U worth more business interests of the Mate, as well as upon
this contfawttl .'ftte', kilter demonstration tongue that would do justice to the ma- M evidence In the case, than a library full of other interests, that they stand openly and firmly:
in favor of ill continuance. Some ho have said
.' wiWoeew oa Ifeaday, and every jectic theme. In the matter of size alone falsehood. Hem Nathaniel Hobbs of North Ibis to me have expressly disclaimed w the idea of
;' trade known M Mat' nntry will be rep our country fatigues the imagination that Brunsw'ick, M". Judge of 1'robate for York county I being. temperance men in the ordinary acceptance TUESDAY
,: resented. Ofl Jnidhf the military will would depicit it. Like Milton's Behemoth writes to the I'liy. of the term They say, Ire do not want
oaiUBKMB tftikn 60,000 soldiers ills the the saloons l any more,' I that is all I I
t C parade "biggest born earth, and My observation h that the prohibitory law mid WEDNESDAY.APRIL
will be in tuug 'JlftI'1 company of this in describing its dimensions one is has bad a good erect In the business Inter'sts. It John Orceu, PH. D., principal of Peddln Institute .

", vast amy"Aimed in new uniforms of tempted to use the hyperbole of the does not repulse' capital Since the adoption of writing on the fallacy ot high 1.cense says
1 the tarmun and mechanics are in
diierefit| and gHtw"t me, rich braid burnished United States is bounded on the east by their children are Utter clothed better educatedand The t'nted! States revenue report show ttat 22 23 and
buttttM aad. gsorgeoua plumes, each sol the rising, sun, on tire north by the aurora grow up to be I letter citizens, and there Is a !tuarly n8tateifixlngll ontourth! fees liquor at SUM: I and upwards Is 24,
great improvement In the condition of the people per capita con-
t kajdiKtime with all the others, borealis, on the west by the procession generally. Pauperism has decreased In this vicinity sums than in low l.cense fctales, while the
( .:ii et treading the earth at the of the equinoxes, and on the south A large majority of the people (if Maine Mates having prohibition use hut one,seventh ,.s -1-
;i" 'r 4 ent, as if on hiugea; by the Day of Judgement. The ancient without regard to party believe in absolute prohibition as much States as high license Males and" o ie-liflh as much
low license.
bands because of Us advantageous results, socially having
,.Oft t a hundred of the finest States and empires that have figured so and politically." Tif. llrrtitr'K Journal makes this confession

In *.oonntry, will make an impression largely in the world's history, would I could till columns unimpeachable: evidence ". In Iowa and Kansas the decrease' (\In the:pro- SHOES for( MEN, WOMEN & CHILDREN
'upon those who witness! it to bet hardly rank in
never and ,
', population wealth showing the success and beuetlcial e 'ecu duction and consumption of beer in livi) is so ,
1 : JMMlten. The city is most gorgeuoaly with individual States in the Union. of prohibit la Iowa and Kansas. I will only heavy as to give color to the prohibition \ .,
il lorated. Artistic and costly archways The Egypt of Karnesea was smaller than bat the tirtmnij >>uinr** u'ilflOt," tx aimmittn indiiitrio .
make few selections and let
a that suffice. 01 file in those -will be sold at-
pan unlucky !States.!
[ the principle streets Hags of all New England. Greece in its prime
Governor tarnishes, of Iowa, formerly opposedto That which is pottslble in ifte State \U possiblein
Jnationalities and billion would
a of have
yards hardly been entitled to a prohibition
In his to the Twenty-first
t bunting are used! in house decorations. dozen Representatives in our Congress. General Assembly message, Hs-, said every State if tho circmnsUuces are alike FROM 20 to 40
January : fa\orable.
; .; r This is intended to celebrate the Presidential The empire of Alexander the Great, Does Mr. Goss! mean to say that the p. C. REDUCTION.
The Judicial system provided by the Twenty of
people Florida baseless moral
stamina than
Centennial. One hundred years could have been hid away in what was first General A .euibly has given general satis
ago George, Washington was Inaugurated formerly the Great American Desert. faction. The enforcement tbe Prohibitory law the people of Kansas-a State "cursed," Mr. G.
' y i tbe first president of the United States Even the majestic Roman Empire, has been so efficient in reducing crime and c nnequently says by the children of the "three Puritan ridden -1- ;

b in the city of New York. It took him a which hat cast its portentous shadow that I recommend dtinluifthlug a consolation the businesi of of districts the courts so as States of New England:' If the ministers and '

solid week to make the journey from down the ages, comprised but little to reduce the number of Judges from forty-four to the churches: are to blame for our present temperance Come early and secure Bargain:
t4 Mount Vernon That in itself Is a lesson more territory than was added to the forty, as I am satisfied ft can be dneI ithout law, such men as )lr. Joss, professing
much Inconvenience to the service, and will
of our marvelous growth. At that periodour United States by the Louisiana purchaseand saving financially.) bea temperance and advocating whisky are largely

population was less than 4,000,000. the Mexican war. trip Great And only last February at the close of along to blame for a state of things which hinders the REMEMBER THE
DAYS \\f.
It is now more than 60,000,000. Britain of her colonial possessions, and published letter on the subject he I says : enforcement ef that law. There Is a torylsm lu ,

In 1831 Great Uritian and Ireland contained her area is smaller than that of Dakotaor M I views heretofore advanced!n favor of the this matter, on the part of some of the professed

r 24ooo,000.oC( people, and fifty Montana. France could be carved law are utrenRtheLed! and confirmed by added ex- friend of temperance which Is contemptible. Next Monday
q years later 34,000,000. During that out of Texas and still leave sulhcient erlence. Our people are more determined than They strike every measure which attempts to put Tuesday and WednesdayBENJA3IIN ,

period France increased from 32,000,000 territory for six States the size of those The ever law to make has more no compromise friends in the with Mate the saloon than It down the whisky traffic ; they antagonize the best

to37,000,000. Ditrinathat half century composing New England. The great ever had before, and I am satisfied that no statecau friends of society, they put every possible advantage
this republic bounded from 13,000,000 to umpire Germany is but little more show results more gratifying. Into the hands of those who are th & FOX.

50,000,000. That is, in fifty years our tan twice the size of the State of Missouri Reliable statistics of February I$*\\I. report the enemies of society, and are often responsible fll.

1. increase has been equal to tho popula and Italy ii considerably smaller prohibitory law a sI11'ce.ln S3 of the W countiesof the defeat of right and the triumph ot the wrong.
tion of France and to-day more Lnglish- than California. Far up in the frozen the Slate. Some: of the counties are pasting I can let Mr. Joss have statistics put In circula ) jp

1' speaking people live in the republic thanin North, stretching its coastlintalong the through a hard'' struggle I' eudo temperancemen tion by whisky men if he I Is axiom to promote

--- all the- world besides. Arctic! Ocean: the .United.Hates_owns aterritory are helping prolong the struggle by blaming that side which not only purport to show that Palace '
'iI in ISoO the total wealth of the the churches and ministers for all the trouble there Diw Stoni'}
: Again, larger titan that of Ureat because are more liquor dealers ia the prohibition! \ 1 !
{t a United States was but 18,430.000,000, Britain, Franco and Spain combined. they worked for the passage of the prohibition States:! than In some of the licensed states, but .
r'S while that of the United kingdom ex Voiumin. sand vast, the Great Republic law. When Kansas was no older in the that taxes! are greatly Increased by prohibition, 0

ceeded $22,500,000. In thirty years bestrides the Western Hemisphere movement than Iowa now Is, there was the same business Injured and people{ driven But -
u' Great Britian had a wealth measured by like a Colossus; but the rapidity of outcry and lawlessness! In some of her large abundant proof at hand to show that away.the whole ---0-

$48.956,000,000, but in 1&& the republic Its growth is not lean imposin/' than its cities, but today the prohibition law of Kansas is faliclous and tulfeleading., 11 ill let

, .. had passed tha9 figure, and recorded size. In this year of grace, we stand at b a IIpleDlIl, success! I wonder who U to blame I have to say on sumptuary law and me moral put what WHOLESALERetail HAND

$48,950,000,000 as the measure of its tbe crest of the first century of this won there. As the writer used his influence and cast lion, ic., ln'anoth: short article and sua

I' wealth. A few days since in a public derful progress. One hundred years ago, his vote for prohibition in Kansas I suppose he done with this discussion ('. H.{then I am
,; address Mr. Depew) said that the currant when the Constitution wu framed and will have to bear his share of the odium. Let me NASH. -
i r estimate\ of the wealth of the United ratified, 13 thinly populated States give a few items of testimony :

: b States !.{60,000,000,000. Not only is the republic stretched along) the Atlantic seaboard John >. Martin Governor Kansas, wai an DRS' G. H. &J. C. PERINE, .; I Drugs !

the greatest agricultural country from Maine to Georgia. Ohio wad then opponent of prohibition at the time the measure Resident Dentists.

t in the world but it ia also the greatest the Northwestern Territory and Kentucky was adopted. Ou the 1-th of July. 1*<7, he sent -0-
manufacturing people-the value of our was "the dark and bloody ground," I a letter to the As-oclated I'rew! This letter is too MERCHANT:\ NATION.VL BVNK BUILDING

: manufactures in 1880 being $5,500,000,000, ) roved over by Indians who contested I long to he t reproduced here but every line of it OCALA, FLORIDA I -ALL KINDS OF-

i and that of the united kingdom $",l'JO,> .or the supremacy' of the soil! with adventurous forms the strongest klnlnf wtuu ny for the sue- All branches of dcnt'stry' Teeth' tll I OILS, STATIOXKUY TOILET
I 000,000. Our manufactures are nearly pioneers like Daniel Boone. I COM and lienefiri inlneuee of prohibition! in the prenemd. Roots c'o"'oo'ltll ponvlatn or void and I

half as much as those of all Europe, and Missouri, with Louisiana and all tho State ot Kan"as. Alter -ho\\ing tuo utter falsity riirtct.y b.I1I1.1rl,1 I'rst-claM! ; d*'"< from_ one troth It\a lu'le': -AND
they are largely consumed: by our own territory intervening, was a French de of a certain dispatch sent from M. Joseph to a TOOTH -m try at ru'iderile pri
people, showing that we are not only theY pendency. Texas, with the18t area Chicago pgwrclaiming that Atkinson! had. teen rowmn i trrcmii.K. ARTICLES '

greatest producers, but the greatest con seat of it to the pacific, was a part of 'greatly injured by the closing of the saloons D. STILE In
sumers of the lifO uctR of industry and Mexico.A Ult'flie la)''' FULLER A- l"JE cruet Complete Stock ;

skill in the world. In the savings of century "! and the change I Title I't. ""itoph dispatch' hi only 1\ fair specimen: CIi.I Cl;, --0-

$ of nations the republic stand at the is like the grant transformation scene of have hundreeis of false. and malicious\ statement I DJo\'TUTS. We handle noDe lstt tbe finest brands f\t cigars
list its total annual of a seth published In the newspapers of this Special ileadquarten for[ Wail .ardeu eeda ,
head of the saving spectacular| play. The Northwest country during the past throe or IItt"nllnnl'h'en! to Crown Bridgework Paper and "
being $1,100,0001)0-$230,00.00 in excess has been pushed back far beyond the cerning Kansas and Kauiu towns.f.mrjcan" con loldplali ing to the I'cutal f and all t nM-class) operationPcrtain, WUIOUT ,t FJIAZKH,

of those of the people of Great Great Lakes, and is now being crowdedup Then after giving formidable arise of facts palnlcu Ulr&l'tloll An.of Oas administer for the PuBLIC Sgraax :Fir
liritian. To use the words of Mr. An against tho Rocky Mountains. In its revealing the great benefit of prohibition accru :at.onal Hank Building office In :FiiOetStf : : Oc"'UiJ S

drew Carnegie, "the 60,000 Americans of westward course! tlwj Star of the Empire ing to that State, he says :

1880 could have bought up the 140,000,000 finds itself mirrored in the placid waters "Humming up the facts of the census confute /11II09.l P. GARY M. D ... ................... .
s of Russians, Austrians and Spaniards ; of the Pacific. The Mississippi Valley, and compound those who assert that! the material : :':::: :: .i
after purchasing wealthy France, hardly defined upon the then has pr: <*irliy of any community is promoted by the -
or maps preaetweof saloons. rareusAN 1 ::::::TllE REDUCTION
So "
would have had enough pocket moneyto become the home of the toeming mil her cities and towns concerned far M Kansas I, the and all D 81'MIO. : ...... ::::.: j
< of .....
reverse i
acquire Denmark, Norway, Greece lions. The center of population, which this assertion 'U true. The moot wonderful era of Roema, Agnew Gary.. Block, OCALA .-..............,............................................,.....,......:.

and Switzerland." They could buy then was east of Washington, is now pnwperity.of of growth material In'Ol1l1t1'moral an, Uritian << and Waifs and west Cincinnati.! That d'\Jan3m i ;
Great_ Ireland! : population has ever_ witnessed.. .on. .the.. American. continent. ha wlaiM.87.iy3aK5.J ;
rr. then have enough ten to my on toe I grown from less than 4,000,000 in 17SD: 'UTCII n .II.h.uiuniruieu" 1U "Kansas Gurllll1Ie tlX OF STOCK
national debt of the united kingdom.In to more than 04,000,000 in ISS'J, and thecountry's years lance the temperance amendment to our JLA5TEit'K HAI.E. I l' \
constitution was adorned, and especially during IER I .....,...................:..,.... ....,.,. ..,.....,.,
shipping, the republic ranks next to wealth bad I increased from the post two years, the period of Its most U .txD BY \'IHTtJEOF A ..............,...:..... .
r Great liritian, and is approached by no about 12,000,000,000 in 1789 to H7.000- gene and complete enforcement. euer- "lnl4.'f.tree.of f'f\'CloHure rendered by FINAL the lion.DE.J.J JIE .. .. .'. ....r..,.
( other nation. The United States has 000,000 in JSIt $\). Jons 10.. MARTIN. Judge his.of the, Circuit tour In and for *GOODS"AT"* *(

t more miles of railway than the whole of is not Ha size, however, that consti Attorney-General S. B. Bradford of Kansas, has I lss9, wherein: 'w a, apoluted on the 9th day of February:: ..........! AND BELOW COST.

Europe while the country has for nerves tutes the chief glory of the American declared that "no criminal law on the statute a"ertain M. IIOJ.oIt I'.UI therein pending Sprcsal between Mssh-r in ..... ......-.................,.....-...............,....- .:
:>i. HENRY
760miles of telegraph. Republic, nor yet its wealth and material book U so universally obeyed or so strictly enforced THOMAS J. l'A t't Ttt'R.al:. executors of the estate of .......... :
The United States, while not upending progress as the Prohibitory law, and convictionsare romplaill. -.r. =

as much as should ha expended for the Ill fan the land, to battening ills a prey, more sure to follow than In any other criminal VO.'tD. public sale onin U detl'n.. i ---r--r.T.
} out 1880 $82,500,000 for WheN wealth accumulate, aol men uecay. trials." front orahe r.huuwdar, T. J i9. .

schools the number of which was The greatest of L. A. Maynard, one of the editors of the New within the legal 01.h, 1 t Ocala. Florida. ,...........,..:................ ...
public glory our Republic i is fur urn, and sell tribe .... ........... .................... .........
at that date 177,100, to say nothing of that its measureless domain is the homeof I York <**rt(r, has been making a trip though t air (, ;(1 i lowing deserted real highest proper.bid.der : ......._...... .. .N..Nr ..NNrNrNNw ....-,

higher institutions. The United States the freest, the happiest the most Kansas to ascertain whether the claims of the The east half I of t) etanttheast: :quarter; oJ*- to wit .. r PLACE:

Is the only general government which prosperous the most enlightened and prohibitionists that the law Is a success are justi- live, andnorthweMq t .of wUoo 'M...........__....___......_..........._....,...................
nays more for education than for war. most virtuous people on earth. Hither lied. He has written glowing letters describing tsentythrnreoticontaihingon; 1 "' .olltn.quarter r -...........-.....-....-..,.....-.....-......

Greet Britian pays $4 for keeping up its has come the sturdy, serious and push the great things that prohibition has done for \ more or less '"ndred aid I 3t :
military establishment aa often ad it pays lag Anglo-Saxon the light-hearted: Kansas. Here is aa extract Irom one of his IThe Illlt". sale I" 1"lI>tl"ll1ed .1
and Germany, the best poetic and Celt tellers : Mayath. l.rn. until Monday, -"-.-. .
$1 for education, )generous Reeking here a :.- ...-
Euronean nations in this rr... fieodom+ and an opportunity denied him The saloons all stop at the line-stop so shot Marl t'OIUlE-T: I, RrntFRTsON: .... ..:..

ratio but little smaller.e at homo; the patient and persistent German and .quick It b too that It almost tips some of tbemOft'r. 1"11\'t'lal Master. .-...........-..........:..................:............... .............
quote again from* foreign-born citizen ; the fiery Ittlian; the industrious a curious and suggestive sight,the way CLARENDON
A. .. H.I ".A...... and God the saloons stop at tbe line. It is a good HOUSE .
ol tne umveu DIBITS. Scandanayian! ; -: save the mark'tile place to rl l.rF.: ;
"The free common school system of I African from Sneirambia and the slop
the land is probably, after all, the great- burning heart of the Dark Continent.. MisaottriSlPOJa: year license aide, the dramshopsswarm UKAhhUlhl'I 1. Fl.' )RIIl.t --- M..._r...._....N,.' ..W...... .........._.W._.__

eet single power in the unifying promi Strangely enough the result of this mixture draw all the way over from the t'nlon Depot, :i ,............................................-.....-.......-."
which is producing the new American has not been a mongrel race, but a point where closer he and Uw clocr. as they appwnch tbs -1-1 OCALA, : : :
say* "Thin far tball thou Ou i : :
race. Through the crucible of good common virile, couragt'Ouintt>III\'nt.; homogeneous go but no farther' And there they sta'.id Close' pryah !ealthhiy R"Uroaot Realll1full .t.-.. ... : : FLORIDA Iitrli I
English education furnished tree and self respecting people-' up to the line, a mil<) row of them In all their I and mo.l ratl' estee (dlma' W.U built hOlls.en.f'rJ' .. --...-.....--...-...... ..-..--
flllh and UideoiuucMi. -t,1o1't'8 .
racial ele finest I their screened inflow s soil >
the.various fabric from the loom of lime. '
by the State, pas their bsar-mup t gns.looking out over the bottom iosEp1l 'ONR-. Huts _
i ments-children of Irishmen, Germans, At the official head of this people lands on the Kansas side with bunl'U1and LallI'I t,cr,

Italians. Spanish, Swedes, side by side stand the President of the United tel eyes. reminding one a, mace as anything M1RB SSOWUEYlcF

with the native American, all to be States-most august yet least pretentious souse a Wok invisible 01 ravenous band.beasts But held that assurance heraiu leiuli be by i I f CNaOaaTD ARLAXE,

r fused into one language, In thought, in among the. rulers of the earth. made doubly sure to those who com and go may over Tp ago eau *wix_.
feeling and in (!&trlotuw." Dukes, Lords, Princes, Kings, Emperorswhat the border the last l saloon of ,nil in the last row S 1RIOR .etaa ALL

lore money is expended for religiousbeaching do these represent but the cruel- has for those up the who liII'U.come" First and and I""t Lt for those Chance who" -Umt go II{ NAh1// I' KINDS OF FURNITURE0Tarr

for noble cbaritlea and for ty'of conquest, the triumph of chicane, or Could anything be more grimly and malevolent
+ '; ilgher education than by any nation Ine the accident of birth ? In contrast to :ly auwttiUrc than the sign"'-an evil tftckonluir 11703 tMror dtAyyutllt -

world, these, the President of the United States upon tffltir the tothe one comlux yet in the victim.a toiU.:" desperate clutch I QAYS hytye v



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This will be an Exposition! of 1'omological, Horticultural and Agricultural products of Florida and her Moils, timbe ,?:woo.t\::, minerals 1\1uIli\'c stock, and in addition articlesg: .r'; '7;,
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 products or :'*'*. ... '
IN. ufactures of Florida. '7 "':'i '
The United States Experimental Station for improvement and development of products indigenous to this section has been located contiguous to our exposition ground.'y '.';,
IfirWe invite exhibit of all description:*., particularly those pertaining to the arts, mechanics and'agriculture: guaranteeing uniform i courtly to all exhibitors.. .?:Y:'. .;t'+

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c! W. CAMPBELL SR. General )Iana( l'r. G. S. MAYO, Treasurer. J. O. CLARKE, Secretary "
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Nid Up Capital Authorized Capital, CAPITAL STOCK 850,000.00 -IN-
SURPLUS 3,650.00
[150,000.Prea.ht'j' 11VOj $150,000. CO ;)IUTKTI10 OP STOCKS

AGNEW, N.II.COCClI.V.Frei OFFICIOUS J Quality of Goods and Low 1'ricesl
p "ly i ..' .... .........-.......... JNO. F. Dean, l'rrti/lt'l..
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ITT* =t=F Presidrnt.R.. B. f( onlItLL.-Cnthitr GOODS .'JOBlun0 t

Bring rune mtablithtd'in our new and elfyant Dank building Mr art jirepartd to guar 1r
ante tfilifffiction to all. Located( ceit door to FlnOttlonU|IUnk.)
A. MCINTYRE, C. s=i=i .
fJaural lan: ing butmn trtnunrted. Exchange bought, and told. 8m 31 8

:JRPLUS 7000.00 -

4 e of the finest and bet equipped\ banking houses ill the State owned t by thekWe -A COMPLETE: LlitEor -
have special: facilities" for' nmkvinr Coll,--tion on all accessible poin'ta. : BOARD OF HIUHCTOUS.J1'O. .:--
fo will extend very courtly and favor to our cult Tins consistent with safe r
j?,and shall give !prompt and 1 careful attention to a''H! business entrusjcd to ns t IdHARDWAREr
e so ..t your BANK ACCOUNT and all business In our line] and
tee entire satisfaction.COR1ESPOMDENTS. F. DUNN, E. P.DISMUKE8
ntorn & Traders Xntioniil Bank, Now York, N.Y.; R. B. McCONNKLL. Sasll,Doors,Blill s sAT

outhera Bank of Georgia, Sav!1nah. :
!Special Correspondents in all important cities in the West. CORRISPONL.EN.S.Vt'ional : -

Park Rank of AV* York.' J/arm
Aatumal Bank
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National Bank of Savannah Georma.nwiW9 A. E. DELOUST .
HE MONTEZUMA iMtinttle Banking Company,LouuriUt, Ky SmSlMC.

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3Iain Street. ,. .Ocala, Fla. \ Jewelry\ Store -Drug Line- -

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r r A comptetelo4ng: outfit, by Ocala Day
Weekly Rates
Bottling ,Works.;1 CgB. 12apr d&w tf $10.00 a a

KrYOXOS; C),The Ocala Plum- Upwards accordiag to Loca 1
bere. Call and examine their line stock / Hon'of zooms

and d31dec1m fret [rOOd,'wprk at reasonable prices Address.

... y H. J, KOSENBURG'
Cottbnsde"l.aiii to order] for $7, fits ,

guaranteed,, Waterman's for summer Late of Park Avenue Hotel, New York I=ndffi't
wear.a at: &r' aprl&w2t ton house Niagara Falls '
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i ', i. Whlte,_.Peklu Duck Egg. for Bale r' S Open All Year.WEIHE.

,,;ItfAt $1'per dozen, enquire of C.C. Carroll,
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,' JiCommflsioner for Citrus county eXhibit, -- ----- ---

.ft. Eipeeition Building. llaprlw
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,1 (.WANTED-A competent sawyer to take
i of a saw mill. One who is a stood
r and can run planers ant other
t working machinery. Noincompe- \Jwk -LEADS IN 1'HE--

need apply. Address,

ry .e Itd 2tw* B.Bnhnell TUANNEKV, Fla., l
Well h ClOlJlf
:; City Taxes E, CrLINE

Frank Gad on is ready to receive t
f taxes. If not paid by the 30th
of April, books will\ be closed and tile
'I r delinquent list advertised,so call around. !
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!r'r;w '. Attention, Ocala Rifles! .
:JI After this day and during April, meetings / -

I.f, Fff.I will be held on all Tuesdays and : Repairing
Thursdays. Your attendance is requested. Specialty.
I G. A. NASH, Captain. '
r' i d April 12,1889.: 12ap -0-
't i# Magnolia Nurserr. LOCATED( ON WEST SIDE OF SQUAIU-

\ :: The finest and best variety of orange SmU'

! .; t. ,', trees for the leant' money, to be had of
J. W. & F. D. WAITE.,
t I t;' .t:, wSfebtd. Belleview, Fla. VT\PO .5' : LAND TITLESTHE

( Yen, That's what I Bald.

11 ?4 I have several very fine Villa Franca -1- ':'
1 ; lemon buds for sale at $3 per thousand, '
t 1 besides some varieties of oranges cheap. BEACON & ADAMS
Budding a specialty, the best of references I {
I "'' ; given on application.:: ABSTRACT COMPANY.
\ F;. D. COATBS5apr6t : '
E" '"-1-1IS
;.: wl Stanton, Fla.

: "A comfortable well kept hotel that
.. 1 charges most reasonable rates, is the -1-
;.: Harnett House, Savannah GaFO lone! I

t' conducted by Mr. M. L. lfarnettNew _: : OCA Li IIotv 1
I, York World. marlltf .

A desirable, partly improved place for AND HV VIRTUE OK A FINAl HE-
s Bale cheep, containing ten acres with 110 ( "' lnl\lIre rt-uilerod by lion. J.J. Unify .

.. ( orange trees in grove, part of them in count, Judge), Florida of the, on Circuit I the iuh Court Uy,in of and March for A.Ipl'llltl ( EUROPEAN, P7AN ) E. B. RICHARDSONj
; bearing, all kinds of fruit and chruhbery, in demit* wherein CLARA B. WAI LACK ,
near S. 8.0. & 0. railway and Romeo d1J": are complainants, and UK: II. DAVIS, rial. -TUE--J bl
f, po&toffloe, Marion county, I-la., reason for ', are Special defendant M aateri I.. wllloffer which decree for sale I at was public appointed The Leading Hotel of the Finest
. selling, I have more land than I want. outcry at the court house door la Ocala, Florida, City Livery in UioCity
Inquire T. G. MARTIN, to the hUhnt bidder for cash on
r! Romeo I*. 0., Marion Co., Fla. .VOXDA'. MA Y 6 Til, A. D. Jy'<(J. -0LEAUINGSALESSTA-
ISapr dCwlm the following described property to-wit: One
; saw mill complete, one boiler, one engine andtwnstreularmill AND- U
\ saws now lMaledandu| Silk Sale.Tlemember .
: at I\ rtuga, Marlon county, Fla. Hold tosa0sfy non
i :? these great bargains otteredbr said flual: dvcreeFORRKST. UNSURPASSED IN APPOINTMENTS TO to
i_ Mrs. H. K.; Brewer at the Ocala Music Jso.0. KIARIKJN, : L. ROBERTSON.Matter.! IN THE STATE!
t'i. House will only be here a short time. Complainants Sol'r 4aprllJOd; GEORGE McKAY
Ladies should not miss freeing these -- '.r ,
wonderful, bargains : Twenty yards SIIKlllKK'S 8ALK. -1-. 1' ARCHITECT AND BUILDER
brocade satin, 113; 221} green check, $9; ,t ..

1 ".:, 22J} yds. satin Ithudatue. $19; 12J! yds. BY VIRTUE OF AN EXECUTION ISSUED Repainted Inside DE8IQNB AND
..:--' Plum Uurah Ilhudames, 19; 18 yds. blue of the circuit court in and lot Marlon and Out !IA..D
county, Florida the date of March !Ut,
.. satin, $5; 5J black grosgrain, H, 9 yds. A. D. I"*, raI\: J. MYKIW and O A. -Fnmlihed on.tApplication
blue grosgrain, *'0; 20 yds. blue stripe, DWELLEY, partners doing ImMnis* In the finn -- ---0---
.' ', name ol MYKKS A 1)KLLKY, are plaintifls,
and WILLIAM IMCIJAIIA.A1edmlutstrator Orncr.-RUIDNC&
Johnson A : : Orange and SlithijFLORlC
:/ These silks are from the of the eatateof A. K. \\II1TE. decea'c4. Is de.
t .. Co.'s firm, New York, importers of silk Pendant 1 have levied upon and will sell at public REFITTED THOROUGHLY WITH ELEGAN1 OCALA, .
and all goods are warranted If they do outcry to the highest bidder for cash at the WRNHUREBEAUTIFUL
court house door In Ocala Marion county, rill-1 l, LAM!
: hold what I them I I
: not to represent da,ou
k ;-vr. ; will refund the money. MOXDA J', MA I' 6Tl1 JSS9.I ,
; --- during:: the legal hours for sale,thefoUowIng par I I.
t f' e Save Your Money.Be cell I of lands and their appertenaners, la Marion J. BROKAW,
county aforeoaid. toowl': The southeast quarter
sure to call at the second hand of northeast quarter of section"entrf'IIt'H'U (/7):)
store under the Montezuma Hotel, be. township MxUen((16))south of twenty-two LAWNS AND -1-I
need. (J2): )east, and southwest quarter of northwest CROQUET GROUNDS THE MARION COUNTY sa
fore buy anything you may
you quarter, and the east half of northwest<< quarter -
You will find new and nearly new furniture 1 lea twenty 1'U( ) acres on eat Mdr of section --
crockery, lamps, pictured and in twenty-sit ((26), of township lateen ((1A), south ofrange SERYMAN.J,
and the twenty two'tit( east, oonisliilng In all one
short. UisamedlevBtore only hundred --I -1-1OI'FERa
and forty acres hald property t.eing I
real) bargain atore in town. sold to satisfy sail execution and COK** 'I'ril| i,
JAI. D. MiVoMdLL, Att'y fop ffl\ SaprSudMASTKK'8
)apes'. JUAGQ. -OBAPB

Orange Tree Manure, Fruit and VIM :: t4.I.IC.UNDER OCALA FLORIDA: VINES: A SPCIAUTT.djan52m .

Manure, Vegetable Manure. These fertilizers AND BY VIRTUE OF II'E FINAL dmtl: -1-
are real bone, blood and potash, rendered by the lion J. J. r In ley. h .
in the right proportions for bent results, Judge of the Fifth Olnult 'ourt of Florida furMarton AntbnyjF1:
county,on the 4th daol April.I 1/v!<9, In ;:
and are sold as low as equalalues oft the canes wherein TALBO11 A hOXd TONETT HOUSE !
are com
food can bo sold. MaW| Pure' 1'1&lnanu. and BENJAMIN!: F. EARLY, is the dele :::::: :::.:: Millinery I Millinery !li!
Slant Bone,Sulphate of Potash,CottonSeed i I was appointed special master, -HERE
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hate levied upon and w ill otter for sale at public AM
Meal.and Hardwood Ashes, forsale outcry before the Court House door In Ocala, -1- ......... .. ....
by K. C. J/VERIIXJK, Agent, Fla., on the ........... ......... ... .
Ocala tTHDAYOFHAV.lr. LEADING l'Ofl'UR .L Our Ml2Ijut !::.... 2S to the PubTKThi
prl7 d-w Sui HOTEL OF- home again :!: : !! flnestTne of :
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', to the highest bidder for cash, the fullowflg de I : : ...; : : .'. ,.': .
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' ---- scribed Ten acre* of land more or i FLORIDA

, 1 Joliar-1L BUBC11ELUATTORNKY and lion less cleared orange three tree northwest:J'n nursery; quarter,with on same house of; situated the,well northwest of in water sec SAVANNAH, . GEORGIA. I:. ....J.USTFROMTIIE With..a..Full....-.... .. .......NORTH.. .. ....' '; CURIOSITIES,

( qrartcr In township thirteen south twenty and i omplete Mock'of GOOD:
-AT-I.A\ .two cast ', commencing at post corner range of said -I-Ii ::::::::;:::::;:;;;;;: :.'.' ::::::::;.;: :: :;: AND ontFAXCY
c' sectionono hundred and klxty ards east of the : ::: ::::::::::.;::;;:;: STATIONERY

\ i1Lt t1t arauloa rut l1ou.- r4011DAO south railroad thence, thence east two along hundred the railroad and all to yards post :i .ELECTRIC i.-' .......:....."uJillTs'ASD'BELLS.....(.......-.................:....f I FINE IILLINI Ry OFFICE -- -
fc :-Ths .._ .._._ thence weal two hundred and thirty eight yamsetine ::::: So--ErerythintFlrstClace-:: !! 8l'PPLIES AT
:NOTICR < of Major Ing Johnnon's two hundred thence and north sixty to yarda.place 0--OGOODS:: : ::::?::::::::::::: .... --LOWEST PRICFA

a lHK PARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE EXIST. Said northwest tract quarter of land of being northwest northwest quarter quarter of section of Artesian Well Water. Street Canto all Dt p ta GUARANTEED ::::... :::,::full:Line: .e!}:: (, oes'snd bi:
r between 0eo. W. Brown and J. fl Perlne, three township thirteen south, "
tat tweaty
nadefthetlrmaameof GEO. W. BROWN A CO.. two being situated In Marion rang Flori -1- LATEST
county EHoodE&leseod's :
Ocala, eld Nash NOyELSla
SI ibis day dlasolyd da property to be sold to satisfy said de ;;
r .April II&, 111M Otf:. W. BROWN A O0..a.: crew r.L. ROBERTSON RATES REDUCED TO $a PER DAY. ---.-..... .......... .
+ U4rU.41 wl P'lieu W. Brow J.G. RURDON,Com. SoL Special Master.i Tmektt -........... ..
014 Stead, pop..la .._-OeaLt-. ? ? Tmm H '

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