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 24, 1889
Publication Date: 1883-
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
daily (except sunday)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 17, no. 12 (Aug. 25, 1883)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for 1884 later called new ser. vol. 2.
General Note: Editors: T.W. Harris, F.E. Harris, C.L. Bittinger.
General Note: Description based on: New ser., vol. 2, no. 14 (Dec. 1, 1883).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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OCALA APRIL 24 1889. .
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f Ills DlMrlct Opposes ills Removal. ar ye. '
I have this day sold anll erred -
70 the Editor of Banner ;
entire Bottling Business Ocala
At a meeting of the Reddick Democratic Bottling Work which will ...chargeand CITY kMuteDr.

I Ib Club on the 2uth mat, the follow- inn the entire business, !y 1 old \erll-8..A.B.Thos.illor\P..Gary

ing resolutions were adopted : customers are hereby referred] them, Minhal-C )t. Bale r
and are requested to tend all for Cole) or-r.r.G WHEREAS. We the members of the )goods direct to them. ,..' A DLMdnr.TrfuuNrL .
lleddick Club deplore the action of the L Snowden.qtr
[Signed] C. CARMWM&. Atlome1--0lte T Green.Pwst .
Marion County Democratic Executive OiMla, lie, April 8th, ent of Co utU-Jno. F. Dunntli
Committee[ in their course in attempting! .1SSD.12apral4 .,. std of Aldermea-J. F. Duu E. W. Agnew
r6ql to have M. H. Ron returned from the J.t. Lant \lT,John A. Rowell. K- L. tootRG.
\ Smith\ It W.('hantller.l.Brown and W. G.Mushall. >
f f Board[ of County Comniiwioners.Re Hllk.. Halo. '
it Rttolred, That we think the Remember UK-HPgreat bargains0bv J --sanitary Innpector-'W.T.King.

action of said committee hasty, premaure :Mrs. II. E. IWwer at the Ocala '" COUNTY OFFICERS.

irregular and without authority. 1 Jnnllt"! will only be here A short time; Count Judge-Richard Mc0onat T-I

: See Sec. 15, Art. 4, New Constitution. Ladies should not miss peeing theM (:QUOI, Clerk-b. A.Miller. (

2. We hert b'ommenJ the wonderful! bargain: Twenty yardfe i herlff-E.\ T WlHUma.\ I't

I course of Commissioner Rou for his integrity brocade satin H3; :22J} green check, 91; A-.GT-J.Collector-H.C.MalhewL T,Wartmann,Cltra." .f 4*-% \ .

) honesty and unswerving. fidelityin 2J} )'II't.!' satin Rhudamc. fl'.i! ; 12} yd.. Treasurer-d.R. P des .) 1 .
! behalf of the best and mo.t econ tni- Mum urah Rlmdamen J9; 18 yd II. blue Superintendent of Public lD ruc OIl:1l..L.;

cal interest of the |*<>ple of Marion satin, f5; 5J! black >yrtv! min H; !> yds.: .pAyne"County, ntmln(Omtnliwtottert t'A'MT.. LOnir-&,\ 9. P.

county and Aithermore, we believe the ilue grosgrain> >, }f>; :20 jda. blue strip, Trantham, X.lL Ron r.a, Perrltt W. P.WllU -
whole thing was done from motives .11. jnon. t''

that are not to the lost interest of the These silks are from the Johnson t t Tn e County Comulariontn meet the UnttHon-'

OPESKD: AT OVA I.A'nF'I.A., JASUARY SSth, JSS9. taxpayers of this county. i 'O.H firm, New York importers| of silk day assent In every.month.- K.''flints II.T. Wartmnn- ? -

3. Jie it blown, That at the County and all good are warranted. If they do M. 8. Mover. A. R. Orlffin. P.L burUoe. : f

BUDGET OF HOME NEWS California! Cltrograph. Democratic Convention of 1888 far not hold to what I represent them, I School. ,' Board meet ant Monday In every month.'
longevity of Orange Trees. nomination of county officers, M. n. will refund the money. COUNTY BOARD OKHEALTHlPrMid ;' 'fl
-- --- ---- Ron was the almost! unanimous choiceof ,
= :::= -- -- --- Dr. .
---- nt- T.P.Gary % '
C. L. BITTL\GERCity Editor. How long will an orange tree live and the delegates from the Commission For Sale 8 cret&nr-Capt. K. B. Uichardson. >**._. ,

----- bear fruit? This question has been en.' district, and was appointed by Gov. Memben-Dr. D. A.smith, Anthony, Uenri.:
-i A desirable partly improved ,place for and .
M.S. Noeer D. H Irrln. (
to for the term of two
To Banner asked times Mr. C. M. Perry serve yearsand '
Subscribers us a great
many that he has committed no act that ale cheep, containing ten acres with 110 ABOARD OF TRADE. ,,
Our county subscribers are reminded Loring writes from Spain to II. J. Kuai- has been censured by the people or render orange trees in grove, part of them in

that the DINNER is only (1 a year, payable sill, of Riverside, on this subject as follows him liable to removal! bearing, all kind of fruit and shrubbery, Vice J'reaI4ent-J.CrwIdent F, Dunn.A. Weather 11 ,
in advance, and I those not paid up 4. That of these resolutions be near S. S. O. & G. railway, and Romeo !\ .
will please come forward promptly and furnished the copy OCALA BANNER and FREE postottice, Marion county Fla., reason for Hoard olOoveruon-A. P. Man Jr. C.IRhcta :, ... .
do eo. If the paper fails to come, subscribers I remember talking( with you about selling, I have more land, than I want. slier, Jno. F. Dunn J. iL U.tnptoni ;.\. i { \.
PRESS with the that be '
they weathers, Wm Fox and Moody.jSi .
request S.W. :
will.know the reason the longevity of the orange tree, when Inquire T. G. MARTIN, .* ,
in the issues of said \
you said you had heard of trees one published Romeo p. 0., Marion Co., Fla. BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIA. 1
B. P. Witsox, Chairman.GEO. .
hundred yearns old that were still in papers. 15apr dCwlm T10N.rreildent4X .Y
The closes tomorrow.Mr. R. SAVNUERS Secretary. .
Exposition bearing. I raw quite a grove at Cordova a Wllmer.f .
Bittinger is still enjoying the that was planted over 300 years a o Anthony Bricffe. Situation Wanted Vice 1.l'tII1de1td.! Ikloueet.)
that is still bearing fruit very sour, andat A gentlemen of several Kei-trtarr and Treasurer.-Louis Fox.
Obr Regular Correspondence.Rev. experience
matrimonial years
honey-moon. Board of Director*-J. T. Lancaster
Seville, at the Alcazar, several' trees, Isaac ate '
Crumpton boasts of having the in growing: grafting, : and cultivating phens,1.; Brown.:M. Flahel A. S, Delouellt, 11. U. r .
flavored fruit
Messrs. Hyatt, Sharp and Nathans, beaJing good were finest Irish potatoes and beans in this range trees and handling I and marketng AChnrlas and R. A. Bnrford

and several others, are erecting build planted over 500 years ago by Peter the neighborhood, and he ban! a right to fruit desires a situation as miperinendent OCALA RIFLES. .
od of
Cruel. still have #
They a >
ings on Exposition Avenue of a in the vicinity of N
__ un vigor, and their foliage was bright and boast for they are excellent. But can't Ocala. grove CAl'tAln-oeo. Ai: Nub.
Be.t reffrenrc furnished. Ad.
The small boy of the present, thinks clean.! The fruit looks like that you call some Cabbage one else has report.been shipped to Rome extent dress or call on E. I I. Ley, Micanopy, Fla. 8eoon First Mputenant-R.Lieutenant b.. g.McConnelL wini.m..
that Jonah was a stronger man than Mediterranean Sweet. With such facts N B. Forty Member.FIRE.
from this point during the past two -Any information can be furnished
Samson because the whale could not before me, I cannot but believe that ina weeks. by Rev.. B. Ley, Ocala, Fla. COMPANY. I
t hold him after he got him down. country which is increasing In population d&w4t '
the llapr
\ so rapidly as ours, with so little Judging from what can gathered Chief-F. A. Teagu. '

I Mr. R. T. Murrell is in receipt of tele land suitable for orange culture that i prospects are very flattering for a fine Magnolia Nursery. JUJUOX Bona 00. )(0. I.

, grams from the West advising larges there can be no better investment for tomato crop. Of course this is encouraging 'tlreanan-allrlre Rhelnaaer. +
The'! finest and bt' of !
variety orange 't't'rarr-J. Milieu.
to those who have engaged extensively
shipments of vegetables lie is buying future profit than such land as you have in planting them trees fur the least money, to be had of Truannrrr-A. K. Uelooea.nomnlUr .
full car lots and paying the highest mar at Riverside. ml'tlllnKll1ra'"d
ket The Sunday school convention whichwas J. W. A F. i.11'AITe,, r third< Friday ID eackTIIOTKCTlVa

prices. From this it would not seem necessary to have been held bore on the 26th, wSfebtd. Belleview, Fla.11'ANTauPosition HOW C04 HO. 1

o One of our typos received an anonymous for any of our orange; planters to 27th and 28th, of thin month, has been Foremantouts Volk. 3B&AMl .
,Ii 1 letter From the look of as book-keeper or tant-C. I. Yoiufe.'Hfc
bother their heads about any necessary! postponed to some time in the near ,- .j
in crftaryHarnnon M;Burnett
tierce deteimination in his eye, we of their future. This was somewhat of a disap accountant by oneexperienced mercanTile Treasurer .,K. K. You pe.; wi* .ja
f replanting groves. and banking biisinens. Good refer-
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: benare.
should warn its author to pointment to many as it was fully expected Regular meeting and Monday In each
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;:;} would ences. W. Y. :M. l'alatka, Jo'Ja.:3aprtd month. '
Cltra Cunln s. that it convene at the time HOOK AND LADDER
Messrs. Peter Myers, John Henssey above mentioned.Rev. COMPANY.rrraldent .
Our Regular Correspondence
and Matthew Kehoe, of Philadelphia, -Abr.u. Palmer,
'f Shoemaker conducting seriesof
are in the city. They come to maker The surprise party at Edgwood last is a R. YONGE \ C)., The Ocala Plumbers "'ortmal1-\\'III1'lIentL|)
Greenwood this week.E.
at .
for tobacconist Tuesday evening was a real success, was meeting Call and examine their tine stock AMlMant-Wells Klchardion
cigars our enterprising ,
II. Tallin who it Twenty member.
at engagedat
all and seemed present
w Mr. F. Tornes. enjoyed by especially and get good work at reasonable pricesd3ldeelm
.. pleasant to the Misses Kells and Lind Panasoffkee, was in town for a few TULULA LODGE, NO I.O.O.p y

Coburn, the Chicago Restaurant man, I lave last week visiting his parents. s
has quit handling oysters for this season say.Mrs.. Harwell, of Anthony visited at Miss Ella Tdings! left on the 22nd, White rekln Dark: Eggs for Sale IlMeetseverTuesday\ 5ningI.
w. 11. ( .
rhallle N. G
but he gives you more ice cream and the Citra House, Saturday and Sunday.The inst., for Mexico. She went by the way At $1 j er dozen, enquire of C. C. Carroll, W. M. Phllllps.tecretary. _

cake for 15 cents and better dinner for firm of Harris & Freeman, has re of OcalaI'alatkaanti Jacksonville. From Coninissionor for Citrus county exhibit, All vlRttluic brothers cordially j1isJtb;;; : t

40 cents than any other brick hotel on solved itself into 'A. 1'. Freeman, as an- the latter place she will go to Little Exposition Building. llaprlw OCALA CHAPTER NO.Jt!
Rock Arkansas where she will remaina A.
the nounced in last week'tlll."NER.. 1\\ i
square.W. Dr. Ellis continues to watch at the short time, then proceed to Mexico. City Taie Ocala Chapter No. 13, R. A. MinnT

D. Chipley, W. A. S. Wheeler, F. C. bedside of Mr. Ed. Hopkins. at Lochbie. She js going as a missionary and will no Mr. Frank Gadaon in ready to receive first Monday night to ererPRESBYTERIAN, moatY U. W,_zaw0a

Brent, W. S. Keyser and F. M. Hilliard, :Misses Kate and Carrie White, continue doubt accomplish great good as she is a your city taxes. If not paid by the 30th pd. P.

have been named by Governor Flemingand their visit at Wildwood. lady of talent. Anthony ought and does of April, books will be closed and the CH E

confirmed of the'! Senate "Comrnis- Mr.C. F. Henning exhibits some cf feel proud of furnishing a missionary to delinquent list advertised,BO call around. RtV. W. 11. GOTwALD P .f rr

sioners of the Provisional Municipality his beautiful orange blossom honey at I those who are in need of"light. School Sabbath at 11:30 service..at 11 A. M. and 7 Sunday
Easter services were held in the Rap Attention, Ocala Rifle : A. j Woituevdar ev UI't 0
of Pensacola. the Palace Drug Store. Mr. H.'s knowledge at 730. bt-atifree. The publicEPISCOPAL
of the honey bee, is! truly wonder. tist church last Sunday, both morningand After this day and during April, meetings .. YUe(.

Mr. J. W. Garrott, of Senatobia, Miss, ful and some of his procedures with : evening. An interesting! and appropriate will be held on all Tuesdays and CHURL '

who has been making our State a visit bees and honey is certainly interesting. : program had been prepared for Thursdays. Your attendance i ilt reque,fcd. Rill C, II. WILMM, ltecto"r;' ;' .e

for his health, being much improved He owns scpres of hives distributed the Sabbath school and was carried out G. A. NAsif, Captain l+herrlo ey'r' Huuday 10-4: a. m. to'l
has returned home. lie paid the BAN. among the immen&o natural groves here. in a manner that reflects great credit on April 12, 18SH.> 12ap m., standard time. teats hen. sandat p,
NER a pleasant call and left. a cart wheel the managereandthose who participated ----- 8 p. u., W. II. Chamberlain,Bup rluJ_
before he returned. Auction Sale of Stock Consisting or A sacred concert was given at night, and "A comfortable well kept hotel that ----- ;

Driving. and Work Horses, the beet inimical talent of the town and charges most reasonable rates, is the TRAVELER'S GUIDED tr
The following named persons registered and also Saddlers.On vicinity was enlisted to aid in making Barnett (louse, Savannah Ga. no' long -

at the Montezuma yesterday : C. W. Saturday, May 4th, we will Pell the concert a success. At an early hour conducted by Mr. M. L. lfarnettNew Schedule of the S. S. O. A O. R l t
Patterson, of New York : H. lIeinmann, without reserve to the highest bidder the t>eople (Ibegan to gather, and when York World. marlltf : .,

Grahamv lIe ; J. O. Felghman, Francis ; nine head of stock in the Court House the hour arrived for the concert to commence lAoave Ocala_.__.._..........,...._...... la r i
N. C, Pettit, Wai- Arrive ....:.. .......... .. ......_..__ tt:45
Floyd For
W. A. Sydam, r. square. All horses to be as representedat the church was crowded to its Sale.

do : L. G. Washington, D. C. time of sale or money refunded. This fullest capacity.[ This occasion will long A complete Bottling outfit, by Ocala FC&PRROIdF.K( &NL1n:

is a splendid opportunity for those in remembered by our citizens. CVRKAN. Bottling Works. 12dpr d&w tf Schedule r
Mr. H. Rosenberg, the popular want of a good horse to buy, as all these .Jt
Side Hotel Lake I'awenger south bound ..... .._._
of the For 2:1Z.lJ
manager horses are reliable workers and drlvel"ll Ready Delivery."The Kingman, at the skating rink will exchange '* south tnund ..........._ 1:41:
and is the
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Weir, was in the city to-day not old worn out "plugs. and are sold Present and Future Production a new wagon:, for your old one. Passenger' .. ...........?_. LOT P Ie 4Drs
very picture of health. lie will keep to reduce stock during' the summer sea of Florida," a book that will interest all apt I7 Freight' .......-....- 1:00: r II

the "South Side open all summer. No son Sale positive rain or shine at 10 a. who reside in Florida or those who con HOkTH KOt'Kb.Paaner .
malaria-no yellow fever, but plenty of E. ROOT & Co. ger arrives I In Ocala.. ,,.
m. on Saturday. template doing! HO. It embraces all the THE LAKE SIDE HOTEL tt07 A M 4
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boating and bathing. See ad. Stables Ocala .. .. .. 1 1trN
good Livery Fla. details connected with fruit culture, farm bOUTII LAICE"EIR.. Freight .............. ..." 0:01 A x
3aprd A w 1m crops and gives such information sought, Passenger 10O0
electric wonder who : r Ie
the ,
Mrs. Abbott, after by'the intending settler also that -1- WILL HormKi, Up-Town Ticket Agent.
sensation at Jacksonville, No Malaria. No Yellow Xerer.
such Death
created a Boating
the principal attraction at the required by those who are residing in and Fhlbtnlf. F. S. R. R. Time Table. .
and was Mr. Frank
Bromhilloeeupyingaroom Florida Illustrated with the different MOUTH JIOUJC Do
Sub-Tropical Exposition, will give two in the old skating rink building in frontof ill
fruits. Price OPEN
74c. ; cloth ".00. At Ocala THE YEAR.
In Pavseugcr arm lves I In Ocala
marvelous ._. ,
of her powers : ] urM.9MA5
exhibitions .
the residence of Mr. W. J. MrGrath
News P. O. Box 358 Ocala. "
the Opera House in this city to-night 2o., was found dead in his bed this morning.A Apr23Mapes' 11 of Clifton louse Niagara II. J. KO'ENBERO.Falli! and I'ark Fnlxbt.. 11.. .... .... :::,::::=.::. ;: .1.'i x

April 24, and to-morrow night April peat mortem examination by Dr. Van Avenue Hotel.. N. Y. iUprlrIIOMKVTKAD .....-....._ : A II '
------ Hood, discovered that he died from the HOIITH 8O JCD.

The Methodist building committee effects of fatty digeneration of the heart. Orange Tree Manure, Fruit and \ ine NOTICE Passenger.. arrives In Ocula................. 7:1& A If II.

have secured George :M. Taylor,to super. lie was about 40 years of age: and a comparative Manure, Vegetable Manure Them fertilizers Freight .". It" ".. ....,...._......_._125 r K9ao '\../ .
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of their new .. J'tJ
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intend the construction in this He are real bone, blood and potash LAND OFYICEAT .. .. .
stranger city. came ...................1ZO a If '
church in this city. Mr. T. comes well here from Lake county, was originally In the right proportions for best results! VTOTICE Id GAINKKVIIIX JI] RY.HtHV1, KLA:.N May 1MAIT 10 1M9.THE ,,).\; 16If

recommended: and we consider the from IOWA, a wheelwright by trade. and are sold as low as equal values of 1> follow Ing-nsmed sender ha filed notice of TUB LAFAYKTTE HOUSE, ,
committee could not have a more practical j plant food can be sold Map?*' Pure bli Intention.) make final proof In support ol : !. t
and competent man for this responsible I New Board of County Commitloners. Ground Bone, Sulphate; of l'otuhCoUon hUclaim, and that mid proof will Le made befr -- 1'6
>r D. A. )Miller Clerk Circuit Court at CMaU,
position. Seed Meal and Hardwood Abbes, for sale Pi*., on -JACKMO VILU:, FLA.- s' .
by It. C. LovERinoE Agent JfA Y 10T11 JSSt.vU )1.
Yes, That what I Said. On the 22nd Governor Fleming sent in aprl d-w 3m Ocala. : ALJJAHM. UICXilNflot MOM Bluff, Fla., :
I have several very fine Villa Franca the toames to the Senate for. confirmation homestead entry No. 1639, for the aoutbf ant quar.ter :- .
of northeast Centrally! located
quarter and northeast on Fonrth
quartet ot Street between
lemon buds for sale at f 3 per thousand, recently recommended by the Team Wanted.R. ,dothfiaiqaArter.aectloa 2, towuhla 16. south Ocean anti Hn, I.
varieties of cheap. Democratic Executive Committee for this range :24 nut Ju.rto.
beside some oranges S. Marvin, of Martin Station, who
Budding. a specialty, the best of refer. county, vii: Bithaniel Fakes, Henry has the contract to supply rotk for St. H. names residence the following witness, and tultlTatlon to prove bUcontlnuoua IS AGAIN OPEN, ;.J:
upon of.
jication.i; W. Long, ,(0'. Stanton Perrin, W. P. Wif- Johns jetties i wants a number of teamsto aid: land, vii: Jesse$illars.ii. II. heath Cleo- ., I na
E. D. CoATta, liamaon and James F. Brron, and they haul aatne. Apply at Martin Station. tra. 1"IL Lawrence I). )Marsh John 6onton, of Under new )lanacelDeD& ; may
Stanton, Fla. were confirmed by that body. 5apr dlOt w4t MOM Bluff. 0. C. TUCKIK and reduced raUM to 'ermuel1'perial IDdIlCeIl1eI ,w and
baprtf Je IUHtI.
Mef. MR. F. M. IlTlUJW, I'roprlMrtlf .: I. (u,

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of the LeRl"lature. -SPECIAL .SALES-
t D.t a11rl TUB SINGLE TAX. I titlon is to make laborers underbid ..neanother Iolng

: in the effort to pet work, which In I he Hon e of Htpr"entatlv on
; Its on 'V.Ke.. I they must get or starve. So long the :J. Mr. Delgado fltft'rt"t.a a petitionfr'mt
Fld, dPR '1<' work of Marion county
for are W..T. Mc<
available opportunities ihee.
..NO Iv. X
':.r abundant, it Is clear that therorani-t_ asking tliat the Wdature make an appropriation BENJAMIN ft FOX

Having in previous iaeuee' discussedthe no competition among laborers. >oman for the publication of.his ,
_. ; JusticeitManual.
would attempt to underbid anotherfor work, "Florida Lawyerand
single tax with reference to its practicability work when he could get equally as ."

its effect upon improvementson much as that other elsewhere. :Mr. Moore offered joint resolutionproposinlt \ !
land, and its effects upon industry at Thus it appears that the decline of an amendment to the! Constiution -
large, ww come now to the considerationof wages and their present low standardare with reference to the distribution Have )'ou heard of the immense

its effect upon wages and the condition due to competition for work ; and of the school fund on the basis! of the
reduction to ho inado in
of the laboring classes. competition for work is due to the fact number of persons of school t age ; also, a SHOES
The wealth-producing of individuals materials which to work
powers that the upon resolution asking for a joint committee:
do not vary very greatly. Individual are not free to the laborer to be used 1 at I fisheries.
powers are given to supply individual his pleasure but have all been privately I on C
needs, and just as needs are about appropriated by others. This appropriation I |fly? MrViUonNo., torequirecir' -AT-

equal so are podv ere. It would probably is what forces some men to give up cult court clerks to furnish abstracts of

be impdssibleto flnd 1\ mall with physical to other men a part of what they produce titles, etc.
powers three times as great as thoseof and explains the great differencesIn Bv permission Senator Dunn Intro. ,

.average; man. We rannot compare wealth above referred to.Now utvd bill No. 107, an act rresctibingtimemode
d mental% powers so certaintly and definitely all materials for work are either of procedure for the exercise' ofG.e OUR SPECIAL SALE

paaeaty 1 as the but they probably do not vary more in or taken from the land ; and private powers rf eminent domain by citiesand
'C Beat of teat d' than physical powers. With referenceto appropriation of all available land involves towns.
4 county the production of wealth,at all events, private control of nearly all available Bv. Senator Dunn No. 102 to extend J

Jadge.A. of Chas we can reach sufficiently definite con. materials-for competition foices and enlarge the duties of the K.iilroad -

c_ W. Dacosts, nbfs l, e' Dltpalch4ted clusions. The doubt and confusion some- the laborer to accept only about enoughto Commissioners of Floiida.
fbrmertmdfrmt suddenly times arising upon this point is due, we live on. There can be no differenceof The motion to again "postpone indefl-
s' |o JackwntHl I Ias1 .' think, to loose thinking. It must: be opinion, we take it. as to the truth of nitel)'" the bill to approprite I five
a'' remembered that mental power cannot the proposition that our country con housand dollars for the Paris Exposition MONDAY, TUESDAY

'' Mr.J. E. AlwMMte has been removed produce wealth. Wealth is altogether tainethegreatestabundaneeof materialsto provoked a spirited debate of #
p'a physical and must be produced by physical the labor of all our people, mill 'VED.XJ:SDA Y.
rx>8t-oAMMiBter, and James A. Increases engage nearly an hour, participated in by Sena- B
k line, "of, t-flpM, Appointed in his means. Superior intelligence and more. As already stated, those who tors Bailey, Beilby, Dismukes, Hind,
-'a stead. J. Lit t Mao active to keep out a man's jiroduciiie power so have Investigated the subject assert thata [Dunn, Yancer, and others. Finally, by
'' far, and only so far, as it enables him of thousand millions
of ppiiUea awed| he will soon be in the population a a \oteofl3to8, the bill was again) : in-
.. gwtm aaM43 to exert his physical powers more would not exceed our resources. If those definitely postponed. Thin is regarded APRIL 22, 23, and 24, i
than his fellows with the
economically resources were made available to all who
ao\: a final disposition of the bill. It i lit
The ; couple ever married i in I I'West same instruments and materials. 1m.pro'ment" wish to use! them, our surplus labor radically killed. A desperate struggle: '!
1. he make in
i were made man and wife may machinery would at once find employment, competition has been made to save it, but it 1 Is feared -
tbl r> ght! at Keyser, Mineral coun- or methods of production, become, w henmade among laborers wonld cease and that it will not be possible! ever to rail Itup
available others him.
to to
ty:; ; r names,are Chloe Poland, aged as as wages would rise to their natural and again before the Senate.
- 1$; r Snow, ap!d 14. They hadrs self Although George Stephenson by l po, |Per standard, the value of the laborers SHOES for MEN, WOMEN & CHILDRENwill
inventing the locomotive increased .
enor- product. This does not however
for four years, and after fre- mean,
entreaties received parental conk mously the productive power of the that the laborer would get all of the At the afternoon session of the House,

; ) marry. The bride wax attired in man race, yet it is provable that he hU'1 production ; for a i portion of production :\Ir. :Moore offered. a joint resolution be sold at-
rt; dress. self did produce, awl could produce is due to capital, as being the element memorializing Congress to "protect" Fiora -

if any, more wealth that the average which supplies machinery, etc., but cap- fishermen from "foreign competition."

,, }'Mrd II.111. FJ1iler, of the Ponce de mechanic When his invention was ital would no longer get as now any part FROM 20 to 40 p. C. REDUCTION,
V |Leon! Hotel, St. Augustine' has paid to made, there were thousands! of mechan'l. of the increase due to labor Mr. An- tliidKe J. .J. Flnley.

Dr. Qeo. Shelton, of New York, what i it is manipulate ics just as competent locomotives.as he His to drew Carnegie) would quickly find his income The Talatka Herald nas the following

Bald to be the largest fee, except one, of a million and a half a year reduced -
creased productive in general, but to fay of this distinguished jurist, so
power the
fiver paid to a" physician. It consisted of to the proper interest' on capital
securities of the par value of$.r>0,000and made no considerable relative increasein he has invested. Dividends of fromtWt'nh..tive I well beoved by our people' :

one of the market value of 187,000.! Dr. his own productive power. That this to fifty per cent to manufacturing Judge Finley holds up in remarkable Come early and a cure lrlln!.
I Shelton was the physician of Mr. Flag the case generally is Indicated by the companies would become things degree for one of his age. lIe is ai sound
well known
ler's daughter, Mrs. Benedict, and he ac fact that inventors rarely of the past in verv short order ; and in health as he was years ago, and long
companied her from New York recentlyon make anything out of their own Inven- those gentlemen' of leisure who live now sessions! seem not to worry or fret him. REMEMBER THEDAYS: ,

her way to Florida by yacht. She tions and when they do, it is not by I upon the earnings of other people wouldbe The Judge is, withal, a man of his own
themselves but
died before she reached Florida. working by makingother reduced to the necessity of going to Convictions, and what he believes! to be
people pay them for the use of their in work-a result which would be as bene right will he do, at least as far as his Next Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday1SENJAMIX .
Will Join the Ocala Klfles. It appears,therefore, that the ficial to them as to the rest of the com power on the bench extends. He is
true standard of comparison between
The DeLand Rifles, as a body, will not mental power in the mrtter of production munity.As much respeclt'd by the bar, and it is a & FOX.
attend the Washington celebration i in is that stated above the already shown the single tax, by blessing to the circuit and the Mate to .
namely, capacity -
New York on the 30th. Lieutenant to make than; the taking a large proportion of the rentalvalue have such a man, who keeps the Lamon and II. C. Hushnell, and maybe with the same instruments more and materials.If average. of land, would) make it highly unprofitable unspotted. Judge: FmleyVt decisions are

several others,.will probably go: with the this be admitted, we think it will also and in many cases impossible' remarkably clear, and his firmness in
Ocala company.: The round trip fare fof be admitted that the to }hold land,, as HO much is held now, enforcing the law is doing much good in
f i, soldiers in uniform,has been lowered to of men are about equal. powers vacant and unused, for speculative pur correcting: some bad habits. Forty year's Palace Dm Sto&!

f 122.-Ik Land J1'eu'a.t We have spoken HO far of the production poses. If the man who holds a vacant acquaintance with Judge Finley brings !
city lot should be compelled to to
not of the getting of wealth. Thpt pay as us many pleasant reflections, and we 0
t The Queerness of Things. Mr. Jay Gould has wealth worth a hundred much tax as his neighbor who holds a trust that he may long be spared The

t This is a sort of topsy turvy world. millions of dollars does not by any similar lot with a large building upon it, been session& of the Circuit Court hal! .._ I
f One man is strufrglin to get justice, and means imply that he has added a he would soon see the necessity of mak long and tedious, and much bUt ii-
A' another is flying from it. hundred millions to the sum total of ing it pay something. Great quantitiesof Hess has been done. This week will,

One man is Having up to buy a house wealth. No one for an instant supposes idle land would thus be improved, however, dose one of the most interestng WHOLESALEAND

I :.'..., and another is trying to sell his dwelling, such a thing. It is highly probable that furnishing deal! much would employment be thrown to labors, sessions. that we have had for twenty
. for less than it cost, to get rid of it. Mr. Gould never produced a dollar's a great upon the years. _
f' One is all the he worth of \ market at low prices and not a little
man spending money wealth in his life. Men that
: can earn in taking; a girl to the theatre make money seldom do. He has by would probably be relinquished alto Save Your Money. Retail I !
I \i and sending) her flowers, in the hope nome means gotten other men to produco gether. Thus in all parts of the country Be sure to call at the .second! hand Drugs

.if, that he may eventually make her his it for him. opportunities for work would be openedup store under the IontezumlHotel, be.

I tJ. wife, and Jus neighbor is spending all Now since all wealth must! be produced to the immediate relief of the o"er.crnnltd fore you buy anything you may need -0-

I the gold he has saved to get a separation.One before it can be owned, it follows necessarily labor market ; competition between You will find new and nearly new form -ALL KINDS OF-

man is orderd to eat eggs because I that if an average man Blurting labors would cease and wares ture, crockery, lamps, pictures and i in
would rise to their proper level Thcresult short, it is a medley stole and the OILS, 8TATIOXKHY
i : they are nutritious, and another is cautioned with nothing gets more wealth only TOILETAND
IJ would be a more equitable distribution real bargain store in town.
to leave them alone because they than an average, man can produce
of wealth
' bile. ha have nerving as a check 8.1p-m13w1. -
t produce must gotten what someone
i ,, One man keeps pistol to protect him- else has produced, without paying upon the which accumulation have of the vast fortunes FANCY ARTICLESIn

against burglars, while his neighbor for it. Our country presents the spectacle proven corruptors of
doesn't keep one for fear of shooting of a relatively small number of very the politics and a menace to the welfare of DRS.G.H.SJ.C. PERT N E, Complete Stock I

some member of the family by mistake. rich men, owning far more than averagemen It frequently Resident Dentists.
is alleed that if -0-
; even
One rich! man wears poor clothes because can {produce, and a relatively large Wo handle
land to th MERCHANTS' none but the ( .
were NAUOSAL Inert
open people, yet labor BVNK BUILU1NQ brands of dean
he I in rich and can do anything, number of much Headquarter for
very poor men, owning W..UI''per and Garden
ers having could OCALA seeds
no capital, not avail I FLORIDA
while fine clothes be- less than .
I poor man wears average( men can produce. The themselves of it. t
cause Jin is poor and wants to produceimpressions conclusion is irresistible that the rich opening of Oklahoma Fortunately hal the All bnftche of dentistry Teeth filled and( WHIUIIT A Is FIIAZKH,
that he is not. have by some means gotten what the furnished a Pr1le"ed. RnoU crowned with porcelain ci gold I PDaWCFQCaR : : tkL., etr
complete answer to this objection. 1'ven: j nlnful |*u'rotu one tooth to&tuil
One all the diseases that have 9etly tet.
man escapes poor produced. By what means is before the territory dentistry at moderate SJamS;
to settlement
flesh is heir to, and is killed on a rail this process of appropriation carried on? w\80pl"n
1 more people had gathered upon TOOTH FOWDIB A irECULTYR. ................... ...
way ; and another man goes through a Mertdo not willingly give up what they its borders than could find -..............-..
half dozen ware without a scratch and make without full comi>ensation. That quarter sections D. .
then dies of whopping cough. they do so involuntarily is within its boundaries If this i is FULLER.FULLER JAKI CRACK I ,,THE
attested by the formation of Labor Un done in the case of a distant, uncultivated d CIIACE, .. ;: REllUCTIONI: : I

The Farmer's Wife. ions to maintain wages,strikes and labor territory, there surely need be no DEXTISTS.Special ..-...-.-.-..... ..................-..........::..
fear that the vacant land .............. -
writer in the New troubles generally. in our settled attention 1t1 .,...... .........
The following, by a districts would not find ready occupiers tclmtWs Crown Brldcework
York Jribune, with some variations may At least two elements are necessary'! if it to occupation. Ooldplates Inc to the Dental and all Art.im' Ga ,adilnUtered operation pertain: /: OF STOCK I
to production : labor the hand sing for the
one palnlelll ; \

be said of vast multitudes of the farming of farmers'wires coun- and material the upon which upon to exert labor,; furnish The the only tax solution, therefore to ,the seems conflict:to Sat.onal Bank extraction Building teeth. othc OetStfmn03. In Fin ......... ..........................:..-.....................
all other. The
in laborer do
parta upon can ..
between labor and capital ; and it does ..........
tries. We have societies! to prevent nothing without something upon whichto offer a complete solution.TimesI'nlon. P. GARY, H. D MEANS GOODS'"AT*'*''*''*"*

m cruelty to animals and cruelty to children owned work.by other If, therefore people,,all the materials laborer is are as .._.....1.! *...AND.. ........ BELOW COST.0a .
stand in need of societies to rarucuic -- ........... ....... .
and yet helpless as though he himself were the AND c iox. ....-....... .................. -
i prevent cruelty to farmers' wives and property of another lie cannot workat FOIL HAIMIOAD C03IMI8SIONKU Roam, Ajaew & GaryU Block, OCALA. : .................-.................-
.k children of drunkards and a good deal all without the consent of material- Twelltr48Ten rear-I: experience in Florida I
D .....
F 4. besides. Read the fol- owners, and being dependent upon their. The :Name of a DUtlnjruUhed M.. dajanSm wanlO,87lyMASTER'S | j. f
of other .
consent, is forced to work upon such ..............1.
lowing and reflect; terms as they prescribe. So long as materials rlon County Democrat Suggested SALE. ...-..... ..............-. .............-..................!....-...

.. I was in a neighbor's house, a farmer are greatly in excess of available s OI-AI.A, April 20th, 18S9. U.NDERANIIBYVi'iITiOF A FINAL DK- T r .. )ti ._.........-

able to live at ease on his large farm labor, there is a measure of competition In view of the fact that Mr. Himes J. Finley JuJiw of the Circuit rSurt.the JlOIt J ...--....-..-.-.---....... ,........ .. .
in ....... -
lie for -
had material-owners and ...
tenant a to laborers .
well rented to a good among get to Marion fouuty. tie., on the sib dll.Y'of ...... ... ..
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comfortable home built for himself and work upon their material, and wages am term of office as commissioner of railroads p mNy. "herein 1 WM appointed t1 Masted?' m

wife. Alas poor woman, in doing hers becomes; when the number of laborers : will shortly expire, allow me spaceto 1LeI1tiLUt:."". "t therein at. Nnding ktwee'n tGe HKXRY Lt '
part she had eo worn herself out that relatively so great that there are suggest the name of one to fill the THOMA/. 1'\STa-ru.: dPC'euoo of w te of ._ I

t, when the physical infirmities of age more laborers desiring employment than vacancy who is eminently qualified to ant anduEnkGE 1 .. w, LioN., t"t 'ai al, U romplaln Uettn came upon her they ed to wftenlnir of material-owners need to get their represent( tbe agricultural interests of the Intl will oftt"r ublle lIatl on ..-----.L..l. "

the hraln and mental imbecility "Poor material worked up, the competition be- State upon the board. For thirty years lni.'Mnt.f the non '* nou.H'RlL"door" at. llfi ........._..._..... riI.
old woman," the man remarked, "she la tween owners ceases and competition l a resident of Marion county, he is well chimah legal h{ iiw and the Ocala hiihe Florida' ...-
work now and is a great care to me." between s up. \\ e were and favorably known throughout the der for the !lowing deFerlt>ed real nfotir MFtSHEf S.
Mst condition !tv. .ituated In Mm Con io lu: : } I.I.OCAIrI
And the old lady utttered pome truths in the former before the war, Mate He has filled, to the entire satisfaction the call|half of U e noutheart County quarter Ktorlda' of, l .. ...-..-.... ......... I

that should have cut her partner deeply. when there were still immense quantities of his constituency, various officesot live aectloa, and eight north; all wu In quarter of northeast uSn :.................?.............-.................. --- 1.I
her childish of land to settlement honor and in his Hfteen '-
I' 'dyes"ehesald in way open upon trust county ; and as Uenty'thrt-e ea containing wutli, "-
j "I've carried In all the wood, brought very easy terms and the labor troubles evidence of his excellent judgment as apolitical twenty acne: more t. or dew one hundred Jr d OCALA, : : : FWAiDAINy I

cooked and scrubbed foe and tramps were unknown in this coun leader he has retained the chairmanship IThe shove MI Is postponed until :...N..NN.N..N.N.N........ !
f all the water, May with, teem Monda -.................. ..-1.
l and try. Whatever alleged statistics showing of the
made ; County Executive Committee
aU out help VORREST .
a ; reared seven children tl ; an increase in the standard of wages for sixteen terms consecutively.A Man L r.OBER'fON.\ __ itrySXOWDE.V I

but and he always had Itla hired men to since that time may be adduced it U I indisputable I methodical, thoughtful, hard worke'r, :. _. __H-ecial-Master-

f't work pa for him, and thank God, i ran that it has become much scrupulously exact in all the minor details ru & McPAULANE
f the wood yot. Its Q h.rdUfe harder to make a living! :: that is, sties of a business! life, with breadth of NrbCn "' ) ,
toibe a larmer' wife and wb..n I allt tive wages have decreased. We are in mind that will enable him to solve the I e b -DIAltU IN..-_-

old there I. no rest until I die." And the latter condition now, for while pretty intricate question and vexed relation of ryrcRtoR niwio : ALL KINDS OF
the much all the available land of the and H.G C FURNITURE
she crooned out, "There 1. rest for coun- producer railroad interest And; a To air
there II rest (or a, try has been taken up, the number of laborers lastly the appointment of Henry W. iIawato ; CNC
1 wear Ildlah; voice. Farmers haven to enormously increased,and the Long will be a fitting recognition of appreciation Ju C wt's 0 I -0-

,- war for 10 this way. The family t.. competition among them has become of his long and valuable service ; hiT bnTl test acrtor
ed. very strong. The effect of this compe- to the tate. CITIZEN. S 0 SrOCK TRill 'OMPUTI
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-This Exposition, incorporated under the laws of th vt te o! 1 lorida, opined at-- ti,,: :._ "

ALA I ,' MM COlll, FLORIDA, jN:1RYj11[ t188\\, ;; \" f k

CLOSE MAY FIRST 1889k!: !r/. \' :.


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This: will be an Exposition of Pomological, Horticultural and Agricultural.products of Florida and her soils, timbersWoods, minerals and. live stock 1 t attft: .in addition articles "'.::
H products of general.interest from all bt.ittand countues. Entry is open to the world for the display of its products. No charge for entries nor : epaceTibr. the product ofnufaGtures ,,- .;,;t-; ..
| of Flonda.The \
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United States Experimental Station for improvement and development of products indigenous to this section has been located contiguous to our exposition ground '7" Itir\re:: invite exhibits of all descriptionpauicularly those peitainingto the artn,.mechanics and'agriculture: guaranteeing uniform courtesy to all exhibitors.., :",i- \ ', .

CASH PREMIUM LIST, .$3,500. .}' ..:'

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GEO. W. WILSON, Pi'evident.C. WM.gFOX, First; Vice-President. : DR.II., | KNIGHT, Second I Ice-President
W. CAMPBELL[ SIt. General )Manajji'i. G. S. MAYO, Treasurer. J. O. CLARKE,,S ft
ry. ,

t.'U1n8 First National Bank Tile wlerclmnts' National anl{ TILE-- ; t

A ii I 10110 0 Drug 1
Ocala, Florida A "
FOFOcu :=::::E: AND--

o4] NO. 3470. t> ,_ 0 'i -

---:"NO. 3.815.-- SEED STORE. \

;Tr -\MLL TAXLi ,,

h. .h.Y.hON Ih.y., ., y .1 ) .,. /..h'Jh...,.., No Second PlaceI ,
jfJ d Authorized CAPITAL STOCK 850,000.00.1G30.OO .. ---I N-
Paid Capital
4 ,
Up Capital,
u SURPLUS r v .
$50,000. $150,000. COMPLETENESS OP STOOL t r.
Pi. \V.11.COlCII\-.Prel OFFICERS Quality of Goods and Low Pri to
>LW I'r ,........--...............-.. I J.vo. F DeNS, J>re8rl; .. .
E. P. DISMIKBB, I'lce-Pretidtnl. -0-
R. B. MtCovMELL, Cashier
GOODS joimii) t0.rr.
4 Ue
Bring now ettabbthtd in our new and elegant Bank building. ve are prepared to guarantee M
A. McINTY'RE OASE-DER.: : mtufactlon to all Located( next door to Flnr,Nttlonal|Bnk.) tam e
General Jlankwy butuift traiitartfd. Exchange bought and told. ll-J St

One of the finest and best eqiiipjNid banking house (In the State" owned by the -A COMPLETE: LItiE-; t a
ink. We have special facilities for making Colle tioiH on all accessible poi ts. -: BOARD OF. DIRECTORS.:--
We will extend every courtesy and favor to our customers consistent with safe -orHARDWARE-
taking,and shall give prompt and careful attention to aU! business entrusted to us I
We so -.t your BANK ACCOUNT and all business In our line and JNO.
rantee entire satisfaction. DUNK, E.P.DISMUKESA ; ,
[taportors & Traders' National Bank, New York, N.Y.; SaSIIJJOOfSllhilldS s :rAT

outbern Bank of Georgia, Savannah. ,
&Special Correspondents in all important cities in the West. CORREfolPONDENU: ,' 'o'R' ': totd
,If ',
dect '
Xational Park Bank of New York Mavencg Rational Bank nf Boston .
National Bank of Savannah Georpia.nwJ049 A. E. DELOUS.T. 04
Isouitville Banking Company,Louitnlk, Ky .
1 W. W. CONDON'SNew -IF YOU WART GOODS! IN TIIK- ;" i .",;laY.
C. F. W'HEADQUAR +:; ,t: era}

Jlttln Street., .Ocala, Fla. \ Jewelry\ Store Drug Line- .,'.t''c.',,' l ,
I wit-
-.............IIIN.N.N..t.1 .N.1..1....................//.N.I-..............II..I..NI..1.. Shines replete with everything in -0- i .rERS .. .,'\,;.'1 fist act.
Hotel of the ::::: his line. Call and examinefor -FOR- .1"' 'K stn( .
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IN ALLRESPECTS.Cvmrnvhvui .= \
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Strings for Muslca Instruments a DR DELOUEST ,.'1'". Inno
AZet ie burls to tern r./"r oou._, b-uL. nmpb Totmf for ComVur Specialty : 2.: t U lay4. )
i 1lt\ brick house arl nnt/urn&urr.L AU Work.on repaIr of Clocks and|vr' tcbeOtunmtcM. -(WfiST SiD'SQUAaL- Musical Instruments I j !.. hili er,&nl'l 10aplJe&1

ftI J. PII.ILL Leuee,Jan 2. 1S&? 29dw Rhelnauer's old Stand. OCALA. i t IT I I I FLORIDA
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+ lillslatlr Manager -" . and Fishing.

Transient Rates $2.00 to

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4bE/ Upwards accordiag to'to

T R SHO MAKER Hon of Rooms. '\ '


Late of Park Avenue Hotel, New fork, and it.
a4u ton House! Niagara Falls.Open .

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Clock Jewel
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; Standard Time used. Feb. 1, 1889 '
1! 4i
i I t .1: 8 | 7 1 HOCTHtaN DIVISION | 8 | 4

41r I 6 00 P 10 00 a v emandlna Ar 8 05 p? II SO a THE BEACON & ADAiCL_.
t .300 P 120 P Lv Jacklonv'lIeAr 2 Q5 pi; GM&t .. '
7 30 1,12 :lO P Lv Callahan Ar 183 pt II 401910p ABSTRACT COMPANY.I .
:2 8b P Lv Baldwin Ar 12 42 p, 430aI
rI t 10 O.'i P 8221' Ar Law\eJ Ar 11 M I.! 81\: a -l-I
10 S2 p 8119 pAr Starke Ari1Z9a 285a .

_. g :, a p : 04 41 t Ar Ar Hawthorne Waldo ng b! a.?q : THE PLACE 20 GET THE FACTOyrlcz [

112 a II 07 P Ar ()cala Ar II 07 P 10 4" P
tlIf 4 (OS a 7 22 P Ar Wildwood Ar" OIl a: II 48 P -1-
;"' 5 (IO. 760pAr Lee.bu'lf Ar 7&') II: 7 flOp
6 45 a II 20 P Ar 1'1n'.1't'e Lv 7 10 a;: 71)0) p : OCALA Noce6jaSm
J .8 10( a/ Orlando Lv.. !..45_!.. 615. y'

/ 1-&r Fornandlna. GO--L-
-, ; 7 10 :: SALE.
r : i r 1'i THE OCALA
i II IS a Lv Jackllonv'Ue Ar 6 25 Pl' / -- HOUSE.EUROPEAN
1000 a Ar Baldwin Ar 4 89 Pif. AND BY VIRTUE OF A FINAL DE- .
10 U a Ar LawteJ Ar 8 M 1', UNDER offorrcloniire reuderedby lion. J.J. Fin-
10 6'J.. Ar tarke Ar 839p Icy, Judge of the Circuit I Court,In and(or Marion ( PI ... E. B.
1128 "Waldo Ar a l5 "I county, Florida, on the 20th day of March, A. I) ) RICHARDSON
I 1201 la Ar Hawthorne Ar 2 U iKK'.i lu n cause wherein CLAKA B. WALLACE ,
$C f. Dinner 1 21 P Ar O.'ala Ar 121 p Dinner rt a d.! are complainants, and UEO.: I1. DAVIS, d'al -THE-.
44 Ar 1Vlldwood Ar U M are defendants. In which decree I war appointed <
6 I 12 t Ar Leesburg Ar 2N : Special Mauler,I will otter for sale I at public The Leading Hotel of the City Finest Livery In the
he 83 5 "Ar T..rel Aril 00 a outcry at. the court house door In Ocala Florida, City
k: b 00 P Ar Orlando Lv It Si a to the highest bidder for each,onMOXDA
1'. MA Y 6Th A. V. 189. -oSALES-
it'H 81 t &3'I I TAMrA ItnUUuM I S2 I 80
to-wlt One I LEADING
the following described property : AND -
b (O o. 2 45 P Lv'UdWOOlt Arlll b5 1650 p MW mill complete; one boiler one engine and STABLEGEORGE
6401 8 06 pAr .'anll.&Otfhe Arill M a,,0 51 P two alrcuiarmill saws, now located and operating
6 oil a ....._ Ar 8umtervllle Ark,....._... 4 110 P at Rock (Springs, Marion county .'1.. Sold tosatisfy l-1 Sl.SS
706a 8 8l: pAr 8t.\herlne: 11 tat a. Soup said Dual decree. UNSURPASSED IN APPOINTMENTS TO ANY IN
8 3l o. 8 bS p Ar Llooochee I 10 a 215p980a FORRKST; U ROBERTSON STATE!
415pAr IladeCity Ar10aia 110p Jko. Q. REARDON special Mauler. .
4h 1106 a b 20 P Ar I'laoCity Lvi I Y :llI a II 4S a Complainants Sol'r 4aprll3od MCKAY,

.t. 28 I 13 I 'nullity DIV. I U I 14 --- -- -1- 'AECHITECT
.;. .irSl l0-plv": N'aldo '-At ht j S'tih p SJlKRIFV'M MALE. : AND BUILDER,
..j: : II to b3 plAr Ualnl.'tlyl\1e\ An II .ao a a r.o P
; 12 1./4/ U p Ar Archer Lv" :l.'J a :210p VIRTUE OF AN EXECUTION: ISSUED DESIGNS AND
........ 1 p At BronlOn Art 7 4" .. BY of the circuit court in and lor Marlon Repainted Inside and Out EaTIMATE8
t dR ,; ..... ..80__P Ar Cedar be7 LY 6 'SO a.......... county, Florida bearing the date of March 21st, -Furnished on.tAppllcatIon
r --"., 1 1 wnti&N nrvuioN 1 j --r'-- A. !>., !*el. wherein T. J. MYERS and O. A.
DWELLEYpartners doing! l>uMnen In the firm -ANI oOmcr..RKI
8 (e P 7 l0 a Lv Jat'klonTllIe a .o p 201p name of MYERS DWfcLLKY.
9 00 I' 616 a Ar l\aldwln Ar 11 M P 12 69 P and WILLIAM E. Mtt1AIIAUA1'l IIdwfulllr.torof IMC& : : Oranp and SaUl 4t
12 01.. 9 61 a Ar Lake City Ar I (III P 10 Z7 a the estate of A. E. WHITE deceased, II defendant. .
125 a 048Ar Un Oak Ar1223p 9as I have levied upon and will sell at public REFITTED THOROUGHLY WITH ELEGAN1 OCALA FLORID
7'ri 8 04 a Ill 42 a Ar Madoon Ar nl a 7 U a outcry to the hlghekt bidder for each, at the 1 FURNITURE
425a12$0pLvMontltello Ar1030a: 6Wa court house door In Ocala, Marlon county Fl1, LA31.MI.
,, 6 00 a 1 10 P Ar Mootlcello Ly 9 1\0. 4 25 a da,
'. \618 212: P Ar Tallahuwe Ly 6 67. S 401 on1f0'VDA )', MA)' tTU, JW, i
1 600 B W Ar QulnCl Ly K Oar a 150a
d ,,: 20. 405pALRlverJ'n'nLv P 705a1206a during the legal houn for sale.thefollowlng par I i I I. J. BROKAW
. .,' eels ol lands and their appertenancva. In Marion ,
}!: 1,2,10.9,10,13,14 tai3D county atorevald. \oowl1'h.. southeast quarterof
'. 8. 4. 23.24 W) 61.62, ( Dally except Sunday northeast quarter of section twentyy seven ((27)) -1-
81 Dally Monday.. township litw n, ((16)) Mouth of range twenty-two BEAUTIFUL LAWNS AND THE
I5 .J" 4 |I IACKNONYlLLa6B'CN: .|. .T. _.1 .11. (121)east,and the south:seal Quarter of northwest CROQUET GROUNDS MARION COUNTY NUB-
} a'b 04pll6'00 alLv JacksonvilloArj a 4% | 4 :JO p quarter and the east half o! northwest quarter ,
"I l lets (:'11)) acres on f'U.Idt' of section
7 10 pill 40 alAr Feraandlna Lv| 110 | 3 oo p twenty SEKYMAN.I,
twenty-six (:J.111.) of township atsteen (1&>, south of
.; .' %' a. b.11.1311a11J. __- _--. -- range twenty-two ((22)! east,nmtaipinlr In all onehundred -1-1 1OPFER9
'. 7.90 a. to., New Orleans Express. Shortest and and forty acre. said property icing --I.
'" f quickest line to all Middle and Neat Florida sold to satisfy said execution and coals April J, TO THE
., ; point*. Pensacola Moble and New Orleans. 7.SO 14$9. KT, \\ILLIAU.i, Sherltt. PUBLIC A. FIN LIMY
t a. m. and (too p. m. trains connect through to JAS. D. McCoNNKLi, Att'y for 1'1'ff. Saj>rjudMAHTKU'H FOR TIRMS ApPLY TO : : : OK NURSERY
: GEO.
Thomasvllle. Montgomery. Nashville H. Louis, _.__ : G. Dry, M4NAOU. STOCK-OEAPKVIKE8
Cincinnati Chicago and all points North and Weal .
t a.m.Limited through to Orlando, Klmlm- FLORIDA:
rnt lloniocaaaa. Tarpon Splines, Boutherland. AND BY VIRTUE OF TIE FINAL 3A9166 1djan152rn
1 Petersburg, Tampa Bartow. I'unta(lord, and lye
St. rendered by the lion. J. J. Unley, .\
all principal South Florida points Judge of the Fifth l"In'ul'ourt of Florida" forMarlon Anil;"uylFla.
1.20 p.m. Mall and Express for all points South, county,on the 4th day ot April isna, In .
,. Galneeville Ocala. Leesbuif Tavares, Apopka, thecAune whvifln TALItorrA Ml\8 are complainants :-HARNETT::::: HOUSE :::::: Milline i .
Orlando.g and BENJAMIN 1". EARLY I Is the defendant y Millinery .
herein I was appointed special mutter, 1-
00 1m.. Local com acts through for all points HERE I AM_
1 have looted upon and will ofler for sale at pub

Soutb-OalntnUle.. Tarpon Bprlujs.Ocala Boutherlaud, Leekburg, Tavares, 8U 1'clcrs-Orlando u.cab'fore: ; the Court Houxe door In teals, -1- ................................................ "," '

fktFernandina burg 11.00 and. Tampa.m.Cumberland with Btr City Route of Brunswick Express, connects.,dally to the highest< TII Udder P.4)for'OF cash MA r the lisa follow, fhf described LEADING-1-VOITLAK I HOTEL OFI ....... ..'1..Our..............Mllliner.............'." .......U......at.........home...................again...................., .. .......LORID.CUUIOSITIES....?-'ifrtrit...;;.......it-; 'p...'..;.ii.....iii.....;..j....-.i7e..;.;.-f-...-'

Brunswick Maoon. Atlanta. Chattanooga,' property t Ten acres of land more or i JUST :. .\
Louisville or Cincinnati 8\.Louis and Chicago.ft less cleared mid fenced with i house, well of water SAVANNAH GEORGIA. .?..... F'IiOJi'I'IIFNUATIII .
and orange tree nursery on same, situated In section WItd. .. ........ .
40p. m. Fernandlna Malt and Express, dally three, northwest quarter of the northwest Fulled Comldete Flock

connecting Nicola, lor Tuesday Savannah and and Friday way landings.with bleamer Thursdavwlth bL- qrarter ty-two east In township.t commencing thirteen at pout south corner range of twen said \ ..................................................................................................................of...... ........ AND STATIONERY FANCY GOODS
Mallory\ :it.t-am.rI1Ior New fork Sunday section one nundmd and ratty yards east of the -
with Clyde Steamers, sew York. railroad thence two hundred and six yards "A\ : i FINE MILL1N1 IIy -
This new service gives perfect connections at south thence cad along the railroad post .: .ELECTRIC-.....-.....LIuttTS...........-.....'Diiii.:8tl OFFICE -
( Ualdwln for all poluis North and Wi''Ia Callahan thence weal two hundred and thirty-eight yards :::.::=X:.e-EierythingFlnt!. : : lsw-: Sl'PPLIES AT LoWEST PRICES.
tt to all polnta North Fast: and West, \'11.Fernandina Inline of Major JobnlOo'IJ' thence norta to place :: ::::::::::
connecting with Weamer tliy of oT ndl\C red and sixty yards. o-oGOODS .. .

ill a InikI Nortb lor Brunswkk aad WNC.Tr.ta Macon, Atlanta and Said northwest tract qnarterof of land Iwlog northwest Dortbwraquarter quarter section of Artesian Well Water Street Can to all Depots.RATES ARAXTfEH.o-o. !:::..::: K:.foil!i..1oe lye' '. 'dtb.'i._.

MontpglloTuewl.yThunda) and three township thirteen south range twenty
Iewlef Oo ptrrlval: of tl. 7. A v>'. vettibule rain, two east, being situatedJn Marion county, Florida. I ElloodE&Nash-: LATEST NOVELS
Sa&U..ll tlal id property U sold to satisfy said decree.
IIiWk Jl" A.O.M.CDONJLL. ROBERTSON, REDUCED TO fa PER DAY. : ............... ...
lord .......................... Jr
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