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Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala daily banner
Daily banner
Banner
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Banner Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Ocala Marion County Fla
Creation Date: April 25, 1889
Publication Date: 1883-
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
daily (except sunday)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
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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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'ofO'ff tjLT ( OCALA FLA WEDNESDAY 1889. .;." (Limits 1ort 1 "
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EXPOSITION Supplementary Report on Semi. lion. Henry W. Long andH "dam., of COunties

!1g, Tropical Award Eichelberger were, busy all m' t. Ortnrt Tree to le Manureit e. The cot,

ig J. 0. Clarke, Secretary Florida International log point for 1,000 county II Ifr, SlSiiWital bone, blood and riot notwiti

(to and &mi 7lepka! Erpo ilion : James A, Harris, Dixon Irvine';"- f)r. \In toe fight proportions e for, best rise'. to finif

Moody will help to complete aDd ra.iold u low M equal our
./' Your committee on displays of fine art, ."f be Bold. county :
{10, ., labors this afternoon. Mr. W111t planr ocl can nd JII
mOfltl1
i r e tc., respectfully iubmit their supplementary Ground Bon.,Sulpbate of Potash c1 saltable Ie
toloi report' recommending the of Tallahassee, and Col. Merrill ,,...s7inua Seed Meal and Hardwood Ashes This IeCtiOI! for

-Union, who were members ," RCXLotnuDai, I.. than an,
1 s, \ awarding of the following diploma : by vlng ret re,;
I committee, had not come, to nooa? apr17 d.w 3m sane or
Cccoanut shell goblets, designed and up con
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:NIJU FFRPp' carved by G. N. Sauasy, while a guest ofthe Miss!!! Meroman went to O.lnenillcl.day !. t thisp0,

Mfl Nation in the United States Military to visit!!! friends iTHE LAKE SIDE lone 01 tbHer tr

fork!, .Dd Prison at Elmira, N. Y., "during the :lti WI1R. ; UII Coan
NOTICE>; SOUTH LAU
lute unpleasantness in 1864 ;i" to G. N I r

are 5aussy. To all Whom It May Concern. Fps )f 1u\A. No Yellow X et. ait .

'- I have this sold and transferred a t\A tom.a t
-= Moat complete display of guavas, day ,
P. my entire flouting Business to the Ocala AL'rHE .YEA :
jellies, pickles and' canned good*-O. OPEN t
k. k Bottling. Works/ which. will take
Rooks, Fruitland Park. and tun the entire business. All char H. J. \ !
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C E Award of merit for display of agricultural customers are hereby rfoft'rr"to them, t STW Clifton lloUl.N.Y Honta? KUgwaFaOi ] licwtf

Implements-Chattanooga Plow and are requested to rend all orders for Aremas no .,_
goods direct to them. n
Ci Company. [S ] C. CARUICH.IL jCITY & COUNTYD1IRECTORY I
Needle painting on china Mrs. J. U. ,FladApril 1SS
Ocala 8th [
Ol'EXEnAT 0( .\LA, FL. ,,. 'VARY Wrt, 1889. 1 .
uther
Fruitland Park ISaprdlt w2 tiii

Oil painting on \"GoJ-Mrs. A.O. Moran ''l!; ------- ;
i \\veh BUDGET OF HOME NEWS JlomOoia5111a.! Lake Silk Hale. '". '!
This county. Remember these great bargains ollfrottbv CITY OFFICERS
incomparable resort for the fishermen Best Kensington "'ork-Mrs. S. Smith, Mrs. 11. K. Brewer at the Ocala Music Mayor Dr. Thoi r.Gary 'Ofl"1= \
e c. L BITTI. GER.City Editor. and sportsmenand the future great ClM k-8. A. Bullock.Manhal ,
Fruitland Park. House will only be here a short time. -G. K. Ball. '
1 ----- --- -- city of the Gulf on the sparkling and Gents' clothing-U. R. Waterman, Ladies should not miss feeing these Collector r. I'. Gadwm.AtMMM :;"

To Banner Subscribers.Our limpid water of the Homosassa. is boom- wonderful bargains : Twenty yards -D. K. MClTCI. ,11'f; .,,!:.\
Ocala.
county subscribers!! are reminded V i *tn its onward march of growth dee brocade sat in, 113; 221 j preen check, *9; Treasurer City Attorney.-Ott.R. R. Bnowdtu.T.Green. : : .
that the BANNER n only H a year, payaIU s ( Display of shoes-John A. Rowell!, 22i 1 ydA. satin Khndamea, f 19; 12J! yds. President of Council-Jno. F.Dona.) .
in adiance, anti those not paid \ >. went and progress. In this connection Ocala. Plum Surah Ilhudameft, (9; 18 yds. blue Hoard of Aldermen F, Dun.1 E.W.Agnew

iali dill please come forward promptly. anS we must not omit mention of the Most complete collection and display satin, $5; 5} black grosgrain, H; 9 ydA. J.Smith T. Lancaster, 1L W. WI.nlller,1.John A. Ro"tl"LL..Brown and RootE.o.W.Q..MM.

If the paper fails to come, subscribers erection and completion} of Captain Wil- Mrs. D. M. Jacksonville I blue groi rain, (G; 20 yda. blue stripe', .bull.SaniUry. -
of *
rare plants- Conally,
Inspector,T.King.
will know the& reason. .
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liard's hotel the and
near elegant nobbynew 111.These
silks are from the Johnson <& COUNTY OFFICERS. 1
8. S. 0. A G. R. R. dopot, of twenty Co.'s firm New York of silk
Miles
-3QtTA Last of the Fine display of plows-Brinly, importers County Judge Richard-)(MeConathi.l
ti- J day Exposition rooms and its occupancy by the most 4 Hardy Co., Louisville, Ky. and all good. are warranted. If they do County Clerk:D. A. Miller }
Sberlff-K. T. William
1m IM$ The local editor is again at his dt'1k.! genial and successful of Florida's hotel Most complete display of agricultural not hold to what I represent them, I Auor-J. C. Matbewi.

Williard.Mr. will refund the money. (:Collector: n.T. Wartminn, CUrL {
men, Captain
r\\\t General Gibson, of the raging Ockla- Impltmellte-A. E. Deloueet, Ocala. 1 Treasurer- B. Prle
George.,; Haile, the gentlemanly Display of cultivators and hand plows For Sale.A htipurlntendent or Public' ImtracUon-V.CL.
wahft was in town today.Everybody Par lie. Hemlngton. .
1 ,
E14Sub agent of the S. S. O. & G. R. R., has pur -Wren, Whilehurst & Co. desirable, partly improved place for I County Cl>CmnmlMdoner. W. long':W. P.

I is asking: "Who will chased the house and lot formerly ownedby Display of bread-II. Ilafele. sale cheep, containing ten acres with 110 Trantham.ll&iuaon. M.1L Roue.i L II. Perrlo, W. p.Vln-

get the JlOOO county prize today ?" Mr. Furman. Bed spring-A. Hull, Apopka. orange trees in grove, part of them in The County Oommlwtonen meet the flnttMon- ,
bearing, all kinds( fruit and shrubbery, day In every month \
I The report goes; out that the magnificent Display of hand and horse cultivators near S. S. O. & G. railway and Uomeo school Hoard-F. XL HarrU. n.T. WartmannM.
Mr.W. Ii. Howard and wife joinedthe ] 8. Moner, A. R. Orlftn. P.1* Imriiot; |
Centennial new hotel of 180 rooms will shortly -S. R. Birdsey & Co., agent of 6. L. postolfice, Marion county, r la., reason for School Hoard meet ttntMonday In every month. f'I
Washington proieesionthis be begun by the Homosasaa! company on Allen & Co.Display selling:, I have more land than I want.
morning./: Inquire ot. T. (l. hRTII, COUNTY/UOARD OFHEALTH.Prealdent .
the banks of the Uom08&'Wrier, and
of chilled ploivs-Watt Plow Romeo P. 0., Marion Co. Fla. ,Gary '
,
F.1d 41 Geo. N. Vinal is Hubbard: Macdufl that a party of Carolina capitalists have Co., Richmond, Va. 15aprdCwlm (Secretary=BpZl B. ftwhardnn. I
MemU-n-Ur. D. A. Smith,
Anthony leeere,,
's business manager and Ed 1. Moody about completed negotiations for 80 acres Fine display of dressed lumber and H. 8. Mowr and D. 1I.1"1D.BOARD .

\ hasttiarge of the .grocery department. of Colonel Jenkin's homestead, which moulding-W. W. Taylor, Ocala. Frank Gadson City Taxes.Mr. is ready to receive vF .TRADE.

Honi they will immediately improve. Mantle of inlaid & Philips President-J. F. Dunn. ?fi
Citrus! county sent up a big excursion work-Perry I your city taxes. If not paid bv the 30th Vice ITwildent-H. A. Wcathen.

1J&3za this morning to witness the closing exercises I Captain Williard'sTourUl Hotel, on the Ocala of April, books will be closed and the Hcereurr-Wm. Foi. "'*q "
river banks, bu closed after a highly successful Display of wine cordials\ aid canned delinquent list advertised call around Hoard of Oo..niorA, P. Kan' Jr. C.ORhetn.
: of the Exposition and tocarry off the auer, Jno. F. Dunn I, Il.' Wvlnnton( B.Y* "
season. oods-Florida Produce Manufacturing Attention Ocala IllflesI r Weathers. Wm. Fox and B.WtMooairV.. he "mln
$1,000 county pru, .. &[ .... ... In'' .I

Off for New York. Co., Leesburg, Fla. After this day and during April, meet BUILDING AND LOA" ASSOCIA. ,M -'.,
ON Will Hopkins} of the! F. R. & N, sold ings will be held on all Tuesdays and
Bronze statuary-Jaa. A. Fuller, Lake TION, 'B rro'. ."ft
Centennial The following is the rank and file of Your attendance is -
nine straight Washington Fla. agent Monumental Bronze Thursdays. requested.\ Prcildent- B. Wilmer.r /:1; ,,
county, :
tickets while Mr. John Dozier, depot the Ocala Ritles an they took the train G. A. NASH, Captain. Vice ldent-E.l.. Deloueat.
Itynet for the New York Washington Co., Bridgeport, Conn. April 12, l8S9. 12ap Secretary and Trvaiurer boutejl'ox.r '
to-day '
agent, disposed of six. Board ot Director -J. T. LanoMM. luaelpheni. g
Turned wood work and
Centennial : Captain G. A. Nash, Lieu. mouldings A comfortable well kept hotel that I. Brown, .\1. Flibel, A. K.HkmBMTZMharlM u. #J
and wife were among inlaid wood work-Yonge Bros. & Co. and B. A. Burford. -*
Dr. G. U. I'erine ,
tenant P. E.Williams. SeMeaiil; John R. charges most reasonable rates, is the

lib the patriotic pilgrims HUB morning who Martin Sergeant R. Davidson, Sergeant Ocala. Harriett Houne Savannah, Ga., no long OCALA RIFL

checked their baggage oerthe old re Wooden shield, 23 varieties of wood, conducted by Mr. M. L. Harnett."-JV,w C..ptaln-Geo. A. Naih.PlritMeulenantK. .
C. A. Shaw,Corporal G. W. Miller B. MrOonHecond
liable F. R. & X. for New York city. Ben Rheinauer, George VanEchop ; Pri exhibited by Suwannee Lodge<< No. 4, K. York World. marlltf Lieutenant E. W ; *
Member
:Mrs. Col. Roger and her beautiful and vates, D. C. Crain, T. J. Flood, K. A. of P., Cedar Key, Fla. For Sale.A Forty FIRE COMPANY 11t
Cedar and holders made
pencils
accomplished daughter, departed this Griner, H. V. Goes, Allen Gibson, T. W. pen com ptete Bottling outfit, by Ocala Chief-P. A. league.
in cele J. W. Lancaster S F. B. Lip- by factories at Cedar Key, exhibited byJ. Bottling Works. 12apr d&w tf
KB, morning for New York, to assist Harris, c. MARION Nose CO. HO. 1,
O. Andrews Board of Trade
Washington Centennial. pett, W. K. McDonald, Gib McRae, W. Secretary Foreman-Manrio!! Khelnauer.Kocreury s
the
brating Cedar Key.Cultivators. Kingman, at the skating rink will exchange -J. H. Mallett.
A. Redding, Monte Stears, J. D. Stoward, a new wagon for your old one. Treasurer K. Deloavi.
Mr. Chas. M. Russell: of New York, D. wrTucker, D. 8. Woodrow, W. W. -E. S. Hubbard, Federal apr17 Regular meeting Aral and third F .

and interested in the People' Home Condon, Bugler They number twenty- Point, Fla., General State Agent for Auction Bale of Stock Consisting of mouth r OTBCTlVI: Hoes CO., DO. 2.

LeROY, arrived last Clark's 'rait Growers Cultivator an d and Work Horses Foreman Ixniln Volk.
ih r. stead Company, at five. They will be joined by members of Drlvlne "
.
and A.llatant.I. Yonge.
also Saddlers
at the MonUxuma. the DuUon Chisel Grinder. k
evening and is stopping the DeLand Rifles in Jacksonville rrtw.n M. Burnett 4
Mrs. P. W. Whiteside,'p"dallremil1m On Saturday, May 4th, we will sell Treuurer4t.: { :. C. Vonge. iffp
_. without to the bidder Regular! meeting 2nd Monday In each
.as The following persons were registeredat of 12 for fine display of needle work. reserve highest m t.t .
Mr. Will K. McDonald, our accomplished nine head of block in the Court llousu
i isofl with the Rides. today the Montezuma; yesterday : S. M. For beet tooth powder.-Dre. G. 1I. ft equare. All horses to be as represented TRAVELER'S GUIDE.
foreman,
Washington' Centen Wilson, Tenn. Ridee, Tenn.; B. F. Wilson J. C. Perine, of Ocala.T. I at time of Bale or money refunded. This t

to celebrate Mrs. Agnes Wilson, Tompkinsville for those in '
little daily w !he. one and P. GARY, M. D. Chmn., is a splendid opportunity Schedule of the S. S. O. A O, R.,R., +
nial. The Fla. Alfred Ayer and wife and eon, Lake want of a good horse to buy, aa all these
; J. M. STREATOR, Sec'y, horses reliable workers and driver, Leave Ocala.__._......_......_.._ d:50( T.Arrlve. :
$. all a pleasant experience.All Weir; G. 8. Siebert, 8. F. Ry.; Geo. S. are ..._".... ........................_........ 8:15: A 1
Committee.Mr. not old worn out"plugs"" and are sot..
the incomingtrain were well filled Graves, Citra; Geo. Y. Banks, Columbus, ------- to reduce stock during the summer sea F, C. a P. R. R., (Old F. R. ft N, Lae)1. f

today to attend the Exposition closing Ga.; Chas M. Russell, New York; E. A. Charles W. White, the indus son Sale) positive ram or shine at 10 a. Schedule V,

and witness the ( Senator Champlain, Jacksonville; P. G. Mook, and able and m. on Saturday. E. ROOT A Co., ........ r t C
exercises, awarthe trious manager part-owner I'amenger. south bound ......_ 2:12 a
Stables Ocala Ia. .
best New Orleans. Livery couth bound ......__..._ 1.1: P If
It Dunn's 11,000 prize of the immense King grove, near Wild- 3aprd &: w 1mHeady Passenger* ......_......... e07; P If

county exhibit._ ___ Mr. LaPiere Pratt, one of the able editors wood, went down last evening from Freight ....__... 100 P If t81tj

Messrs. E.W.Agnew&Co.r have laid of the Leesburg Commercial,came up Citra to inspect his goodly possessions For Deliver. HORlROcala...lII'.._.... el ot:
in "The Present and Future Productions ... .1,07: A M S
an excellent ne"Irick pavement this morning to take in the closing day Mr. W. says the high waters, caused by of Florida," a book that will interest all PuafDief'H! .. '. ?........_..._ i.1:2y Irx, ''t he
for M .............. ,
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front of their commercial emporium, of the Exposition, and assist In "toting"home the incessant and unprecedented rains ; who reside in Florida, or those who con ? 1*:ta A r K K h ag t't

which they have the lasting thanks and the 1,000 county prize for famous of February and March, have receded, I II template doing so. It embraces all the. WILL llornuia, Cp Town Ticket Agent. (miU'turn

gratitude of the pedestrian public. Lake. lie made the little daily a pleasant I I and in its stead, have come the meet details, and connected gives: such with information fruit culture Bought, farm I F. S. R. R. Time Table.SOUTH ',

and his irrepresaible call and l loft additional sunshine in I troubadours of the low lands, the gay crops after by the intending settler also that BOUND. p it
F."E Harm : tr
Editor artists t In Ocala....._...._. 135 J.
Passenger : r- ,
departed this morning.:, via the office by hi* pleasant countenance and affectionate mosquito, humming his required b Illustrated are residing In ** ......__._. 6.U1, rFreight If t aye

wn Tom, Sew York to, celebrate and agreeable: manners. Call again. merry Uy, accompanying his vocal soliloquy Florida. with the different :.. ...._.._. 9.5n.x: about ti
the Mallory Line, for fruits. Price 74c. ; cloth, (1.00. At Ocala II.' II ...._....--12.0f)".

the Washington Centennial. What The Ocala Rifles, Capt. Nash commanding by twitchingly and affectionately News Depot, or 1' O. Box 358, Ocala. WOKTK ItOVXD.

tbe great parade picking the strings of his first and beet Passenger arrives In Octla...._.,..,..r.r._. 7:19 A n
Tom won't know about left on the F. S. noon train for Apr23 .. .. .. .. ''".._......-.liffl: r M ryalcl.Jincy .
recording.Mr. i their New York friend, hU human banjo. Save Your Freight '' ..'9.10 a 1 I Iiext
Jacksonville to x
won't be worth on way Money : "
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As Charles is a friend of everything A It
leading in the chair car Governor Perry placedat Be sure to call at the second hand .t
Ode
J. J. Fuller, fHomoHaMa God's footstool he will not i we
on green store under the Montezuma Hotel, before '
their disposal through the kindness of
of that delight !'III': LAFAYETTE.HOUSE BOOH I
., merchant and postmaster the vivisection buy anything need. ,
maliciously resent pro. you you may :; H
excursion J. N.Strobhar. A crowd of their friends make
big
ful region, came up with a ceedings of his near, dear and clinging You will find new and nearly new furniture I lu
blocked the platform to see them ot!. wi
and an extra crockery, lamps, pictures and in
from Citrus county, Panasoffkee Lake shore friends who JACKSONVILLE: FLA- ,p+ A, hbentliMF
patty so ,
Senator Dunn'amagnificent among& the number, several of Ocala'sfair short, it is a medley store and the only
train to convey home Industriously ply their nighty avocations. real bargain store fn town. .1 offers
which every daughter to with them God speed e
county prue, ?
8Ap-d3wl.
in his heart of hearts and a pleasant and enjoyable time, in : Centrally located on Fmrth Street between Ailiar'wh

loyal son of Citrus the committee on awards which the little dally join. Mr. G. R. Livingston: of Carmel. N Y., Team Wanted.U. Ocean an4 line, *"J Iffully pC

feels confident &Marvin of Martin Station who IS AGAIN OPEN i/to;/ an ?,
of Citrus. AS who Las passed the winter with hit ,
-, Mr. Jas. A. Harris, of Citra and Mr. has the contract to supply rock for St. tlon. A J,
of all the comA Ed. Wartmann, merchant and first-chua I friends, the Monroes, departed for home Johns jetties, want a number of teams *.. iped will r.

nterelted.pee- I citizen of same place, came to town lut" this morning to be in New York City on to haul same. Apply at Martin Station Coder sew UanagcouBt. Special 11)4a.cemcft. .1 Justlry inn,

unty win. evening I the great days of next week. 5pr dlOt wit and diioe4 MJUJ. ,rates. U. *lURLUN pemanent, fiopriairtff rut><<., ,- the ida slayer It tort
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Methodist Churcbwhich
written Law or. Men and The "Lower CI.lIIs'" The Af'ir-m
,ft Women' has not a white man among its! mem ,
Dress.
There l is quite a controversy going on relation with any I

Recorder of Kansas City who disJuatlca In the "Green Mountain State" as to hers, or any organic report!

to small offenders in that which newspaper has the larger a conation white church of 460,000 organization; it has 12,000 BENJAMIN & .

.'astonished the police force the the Burlingtonn; Frn Pray (Rep.) membership! number 10,000 mm--

rday... Among the prisoners brought or the Montpelier Argue and Patriot' places of worship, Sabbath schools supports ,

re him for judgment/; was a woman (Dein.). The Fee freer claims to hate ; I ter-f ha 15,000 denominational papers, y.

$ o had been arrested for going on the subscribers in 160 out of the 240 towns' its own
Met- of the i ii
Indies heard
West ,
in the Have
treet arrayed in the bifurcate garments i in Vermont, while the .Aryui and has mtoio! III you n

IJTa ,-f the "tyrant man." When he learned I Patriot says circulates in 209 towns out leo and Africa, and its supported contribution reduction to be made in 81
than $2,000'000:
that this and nothing more was the I of the total number of 243. In the col. foot up more ork.Ien .
for the rapport of church
measure of her offense he discharged the ection of evidence of the respective' circulation annually will\ ......
such results! ,
"lady,'' saying\ that there wa no law of the two papers from a number ) who accomplish for t 1'- j

/ against it, and that he should pursue the of sources, the Cambridge: Transcript not always submit to wrong, even it
t Lord's sake. Christianity: II
; dear
Mme course when other cases were kay : "As regards the class of people the '. I
Wf'C. the white aD,1 1 black races:
._ brought before him. The police, who who support th*>se papers, you know as not drawing
farther
aa F t f;. { have always considered It a crime of the well aa we do, that Northern Democrats together, but separating them aud OUR SPECIAL SA _
of thought,
habits
in
WI; : than ever
deepvst dye when a member of one secwas and Southern Republicans are about off
gaeKthr', tasiq"'m.Mitewr, ist developing and solidifying the manhood r .
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caught in the
masquerading! gar of the same piece.
hers ot jury with wonderful rapidity
lice'
ments of the other, marveled greatly, Well, let's Bee how tint is? of the negro
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esda97b.f in the Forum.
uO Jourjee,
taeobtst and could not have been more taken Another paper, the West Randolph Judge -on3110NDAY -

f aback had he said that there wan no law Herald and Jfeut says: "The Argue has -- ---

,wOlkeN..t'. Pittsd. to punish larceny. I fifty subscribers in this town, Randolph In Memory.

burl mood rind jw11I not Yet the recorder was doubtless in the and in this county while the Free Preti WHEREAS, Jt has pleased, God in hliunemng TUESDAY
:Iwl I t .Veer k. to take from our
window to remove
far the law of Missouri "
pelt right so ,as was has one. and WEDNESDAY.APRIL
;, midst as an Aid Society of the Presbyterian .
t concerned, and the decision would be Now, does the Cambridge Transcript, church, and as a member\ of the I

Q0>tftl Railroad will sound If he were to make It in Illinois when it nays "that Northern Democrats> congregation, Mrs. Lyons, w lio was aT.

l": fttDIexcept when lint it is true of this country, as ol and Southern Republicans are about off ways ready to respond to every call of
rue i Sunday and
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necessary to France, that "while the law is not the same piece," really believe that duty, and, ,
convey perishable WHEREAS! By this sudden and unexpected
flue creek. against it the police are" And a great Southern Republicans are of a reading, death, we have warning( of the

deal more of our law is police law thanwe newspaper' supporting class, the same as uncertainty of life and the necessity of -

JOera.airiatinn! Advocatf, which always think of. If the city officerssee Northern Democrats are ? If it does, it constant preparation to meet the summons .

t Ioea4 d at Leesburg and printed a woman In men's clothes going laboring: under the greatest mistakeof awaiting us all, and
for SHOES for MEN WOMEN CHILDREN:
is to
WHERE\s, It a pleasure us ,
'j e.L eai urg Commercial office pre- quietly along the street interfering withno the century. Southern Republicans, bear testimony to her moral worth, her

to a.!wy handsome appearance andfefleeta one. and professing to shun the attention as a class, do not support newspapers, Ion and devotion as a wife, her zeal amid

great credit upon Maseru. Pratt of all, they promptly arrest her. while Northern Democrat do, hence activity in the cause of Christ and the -will be sold at-

," Atr. iv She is charged. when arranged with disorderly they are not "off the same piece." church, therefore, be it

:l f '"" conduct and is fined.! Yet thereis It be admitted that Resolved, That it i* but a just tribute to
', seems to generally her memory to adopt tins minute as FROM 20 to 40 p. C, REDUCTION
: tIt: !. supposed that Levy will go "wet'the no law for it In Illinois. It may be the Argus and Patriot, even by Republicans expressive of our loss and sadness: in her

ta' next election. If it should do BO remembered what a time Dr. Mary ;has the largest circulation of any death.

., there will be many gallons of good orange Walker, a cranky, e<'Centrlcoman, had newspaper in Vermont, but in explanation Rttohed, That whilst we keenly feel -
wine brought to light that ia now this! loss' and the deprivatipu of her
of it before she could vindicate her right of which the Republican newspapers -
covered with local option sheet.-Levy counsel and companionship, we bow in Come early and s'cure J11r;tmnt,
to what kind of she
wear pantaloons principally the Jericho Pros, submission to God's will anti say, "Thy

County Timtt. __ pleased. "Alllictions sore long time she Bays that the "hold" the Argus has, Is will be done" ,

bore" before she could get the police in "upon the lower class"-"the rough and Resolved, That we extend, to her husband REMEMBER
Of the 1,000,000 acres of Oaklahoma Eastern cities to let her and her pantaloon drinking kind." our deep sympahy in this, hU hourof THEIDAYS: ,
lands includeed in the President's proclamation sore trial, and pray upon him God'ssustaining
alone, and) were she to come West, As It is generally: admitted even by
not over 1,000,000 can be des < grace. Next Monday, Tuesday and
where she is not so well known she our good 1 friend, the editor of the Bran Retohtd, That whilst\ she made no display Wednesday

ignated as good farm 1 UK lands. This would probably land, in the lockup before don ration, that the Argus is the best of her piety. and that by her consistent
leaves little more than six thousand life, which i is the best profusion, BENJAMIN
getting far from the depot. Even: supported| paper in the Green Mountain & FOX.
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each 20( and her regular attendance public
farms of 160 acres -or acres upon
prominent a man as Jefferson Davis State, and has the largest number of and the
"settlers". who worship weekly prayer-meeting,
for the 50,000
apiece was not allowed to violate the unwritten readers, we rise to ask if the "lower she hall left us all an. example worthy of
t rushed in, there Monday.We law with It will be imitation. "
impunity. remembered class"-the "rough and drinking kind"is
that when for. some purpose or in the majority in Vermont? MRS. E. J. C\BDY, Pres. I)
the rounds :\IR!!. S. E. W Treas Palace '
notice the report going ATKKlAS, ,
Store
II tnat the Gainesville Daily Record will other he donned the clothes of woman Republicans down this way, pretend Miss I.. WOMUK, Sec'y. ;( : Piitig !

he was promptly arrested, locked up in that there is no unrighteousness in a O'alapril 24, 188'J.Notice..
I and devote all itsenet'iie
suspend for the season
Fortress Monroe, and kept there for single Northern State.Springer. -
to building up its weekly months. --0.-_

edition. While we regret this announcement But it is curious that while the ban Congress or Illinois Feel We beg to call the attention of our

we trust it is only a respite from of every policeman should thus be Happy. friends and customers to the fact WHOLESALERetail

which it will emerge the coming fall, against man or woman who has on the The rush to Oklahoma makes Congressman that we will open up in hller'

better equipped than ever for journalistic wrong style of clothes there should be Springer happy. It is much with* a full block stock, on of harlw.ngraIn Magnolia street and, -.\ D-

work absolutely no legislation on the subject greater than he expected, although hew groceries, under the firm name of S. R. I

Branson perhaps the only town in The only provision against It is in the as prepared to see an extraordinary Birdsey A Co. Thanking our friend for Drugs !

Masoic statutes of Deuteronomy, which large movement to the new country past fa\orsand asking a continuance of
the State that has neither tramps or arne we are, very respectfully, -0-
were never adopted in this country ex lie does not believe that there will he
loafers. We all work here-the rich S It lhRII4! Y, -ALL KINDS _
: OF
arrd the poor-thtt tramps don't like cept in' some of the New England colo- much lawlessness in Oklahoma. He apr23dwtd: ) Ai.IIERT II. UIRDSKY.DRS.G.H.&J.C.PERINE! : .

our style. If one should happen to nies. But to the influence ol the Jewish nays that the disputes which will arise OILS, STATION1 Ity. TdlLET

i lawgiver we probably owe the determin will be peaceably settled, as a rule, and
in he would have to go
drop on us -AND
ation of the police to prevent an interchanging that the new community will become a -
: to work or leave, or our fishermen FANCY
of clothes of the and it is ARTICLES
would him for fish baitty County' sexes, quiet and prosperous one. Resident Dentists.MKRCIIANTS' .
use
doubtful if the declaration of the Kansas He understands, of course, that Okla In
Tfnr, recorder valid law it NATIONAL BVNK BUILDING Complete Stock 1lye I II
City though maybe homa cannot accommodate all who OCALA, FLORIDAAU

Capt. Hamilton Murrell, of the Ocean will make it any the safer for "lad le8" have gone there, but he Bays that in a handle b'tthe finet!

Steamship! "Missouri," who rescued the to publicly wear the breeches or humbled weeks, or at most, months, the Cherokee preserved." branches J 'V'T.111 of dentistry.with Teeth porcelain filled or gold and Headquartefl for wall\ Paper and brands l.ardeo of cigars atedtYRIGItT

crew and passengers of the ill-fated Denmark men to don petticoats.-Tribune.Mlcanopy strip, which in 200 ufilt long and <>4 tease."" i.n."lful l'lt- l_ dentistry? one ul m tooth.)*prices un MI. &: FRAZER,

in mid-ocean, numbering! 700 souls, mien! wide, which will be opened to settlers I praUC 8Quu. : :
Lake View. TOOTH fowota A srtcuUTJiXEICRACI Oc"L4, rLA
I is the ocean hero of the hour and the and that even sooner, perhaps, the llama
Death or Mr. Uaukulffht.
Marltlne Exchange of Philadelphia 2,000,000 acres north of the Canadian Lb. rULUB. '" ...... ...............
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gave him a reception and presentedhim Mr. Pierce Baukuigbt, a resident oC river, which the government obtained FULLER A CIIACE, .....-

t with a gold-medal. Philadelphiawent the Flemington neighborhood, died suddenly from the Seminole and Creek Indians, DEN TI5TN. .::.:.:.:..:THE REDUCTION::: I

wild over1 him, but the modest last Monday' night. Though Mr. will be opened. All that is necessaryfor Special attention, given to Crown Bridgework, .:.-...-............................ ...... I
Ooldplatfl ..
and ..
all !
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captain said,':Oh don't call it noble, it. Bauknlght had been in ill health for a opening the latter country is the re- In Mlnlea+*to the extraction Dental Art.drstclasa Gas admlnUter operationpertaino for the. ............-.......... ..-................................................,............-
of
was only my duty," and gives his officers number of years, he was feeling as well moval of the Arapatioea and Cheyenne Nat,onal Bank Building teeth. Offle* 10 Flnt ---

great credit.for their aelf-sacrificiug Is usual on the fatal day until he was to another part of the reservation OeLStfT i1 I OF STOCK !\

, 4l labors. suddenly seined by a fit of coughing, Mr. Springer says that In ten years, 09.P.OARy.M. D '.........-.................................................................-
which carried him off without warning. Oklahoma aud the adjacent new countrywill '
MEANS "
l Micanopy'a New Paper. W% extend deepest sympathy to the have a larger: population than Kansas s..IT.AND ."*"*-*'---
.
rHYSICUN *
\ Mlcanopy, our sprltely neighbor across bereaved family. bas to-day, and that Missouri, Texas, AND iUlOlOX.<< ..-....*.-. *............ BELOW COST.
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Agnew A .. .. ....
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Gary'i: Block, ........ .
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of Marion In Alachua county Arkansas, New Mexico and Arizona OCALA. .......... --
the border .........
t Lake View. TwentY.Yen Jear'l nl'8r1ence In -- ................. .
ha a new paper called the Quit View Micanopy will all be benefited by the remarkable Dbleu.. ">jan3mMASTKITS wJulD.81-lr Florida i .i --

edited by J. II. MarTatt. The Gulf View A lUg Turkey movement to the southwest now going! i !

in Cellar Keys I Joe Crisman killed a turkey the other ou. He as soon as Congress 8AIK.TTNDERANDBYVmTnEOF' .........
['was formerly published proposes ...... ...........
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t by the late lamented Editor McIlvain. day on J. J. Barr's place, two miles from assembles! to assist the movement in of A FINAL t>v. .........._...... ..............................l_.__

..' We wish Editor-Maflatt success Jn his I town, which according to all account every way can, and he takes a good deal J.anlev.JU ww.Judge forvclimure of the Circuit rendernI t'"l burt bV.the In HA and?. J, ...-. .:H! r.PLACJOJ..._.........-

new location, and see no reason why I must certainly have been the father and of credit for it to himself, and very jUlt. 1.1.Marion wherein luunlI I. eaa'Ia.appointed, on the 9th dar of February. fur .........--... -...-...........-..............- -
site
should not hare it, as Mlcanopy is progenitor of the whole.turkey race. An ly too, because he pushed to success the a M.(trtaln HOLM('ause;'''1. e Bill eapeeutori pt''ial btotWf'tn'Ma estate tl'r [n ---I....-....-...,......-...-vI -

ted and represent one of the most productive eye witness! confidently asserts that i it legislation, which opened Oklahoma to THOMAS J. PASTtt'R. 'tf'C'6..aet1.or AM the of :I

fruit and vegetable of bad.a beard 10 inches long and spurs or settler ____ anu.ants and Mill U\ EOKC.ofltr-F.V public. LYONS sale.et 011 al. as comf.laln.defend- i- !._i
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intelligent such monstrous dimensions as to frighten 1' APRIL 1ST. j--1
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the State and a thrifty, the In front of the oou t houllt'rinot ..........
Same.
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huntsman Kterywhere at t k<<'ala. norMa ... .,...........
to back it. any but the most intrepid within the legal ht'un and lieU to the .........
inanity dn for hlgheetbld: ....... ...
cash the f.
SOUTH LAOS WEIR, FLA., April':4.Edito flowing -
out of his wits. Who that big dftlCrn"'tl'\'al' .
pays l y. situated 10 Vrrlon pin
Sam Jones has been on a' visit to California game is to be no longer found in this ,. of the, Banner: The Are cut and half northw of U, e qwrteTSf County quarter, Flori.la of. tll alt: EFIsnFL: -

passing>hrou th Chattano- ? I should just as soon think of doing with. all In t northeast quaver ........
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and In county Iweuty4hre, township ? ............... ..
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relative value! out Sunday morning beans as to do eat.conuinln oSThSndwi ranl ....... ...... -
interviewee) Of the Mrs. Dumount was the name of the my twenty acres, more or less au.s i ..... .... .
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p
itk pf the California and Florida' oranges*. .ueA woman who died in Sanford, Tuesday oC without the BANNER. Enclosed find one Mr16th 1yti. sale Is pootpoOed until Monday. .:.OCALA. ..... ,.. : : ; : .7. FLURIDA11th r ,
has dollar to renew my subscription for another ..... ......
fever. As precaution FORREST .. .
yellow
says : every Marl L. ROBERTSON -.........-.. ...-.l.
+ to California oranges they are been taken and the case sporadic, year. We go North next week, Special M.ter.OC I -

sh splendid to those who have never eaten it is thought no apprehension need be therefore after this week'. issue pleas

f Vtorida\ oranges; buuhe man who tree has felt. The deceased was the wife of a change my address from South Lake S OWDES d _L

walked op under a Florida orange and baker. Weir to Bristol, N. II, and oblige. IcPARXE,
toro sweetmorange sgorr to ro aa ; -DhUaa
luscious aDded Yours. erraaG IXN;
:
lied off a ALL
big teeth in itt aide and his nose Mrs. Radcliff is one of the fair Ocalian E. K. PRAY. II StlrtRieR H.GC KIND
the bliss of such a ; awaerMY CktMICAIITo3 lTUREr
top and enjoyed who will lend the presence of her hand
n never bare it in btoh Jto at the Washington No new cases of yellow fever or none &tm JA suul
Mme countenance
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rids orange and sot: look expected at Sanford, Is the latest telegraphic ru axTI
Centennial news. i
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oemi-Tropical Expolitionl
nulnit..loped lea than t I i
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This Exposition, incorporated under the laws of tin Mate o'' 1 lorida opined atGODOT -- '-.. f *secure,.bs secured cheal




ALA 'NIARION MIDI, JA rARY :: \\ I\% hen tr.;t Cltrhs og untpK this p11Ias gee it ,,



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CLOSE MAY FIRST 1889!::.' ,

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This will be an Exposition of Pomological, Horticultural and Agricultural products of Florida, and her soils, timbers,>oods minerals and live stock and fn addition article, ,
I 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 t "*:spaoet. ;for the products 0"
ufactures of FloridaThe .:.--: ', :
Uni.ttd. States Experimental Station! for improvement' and development of products indigenous to this section has been located contiguous to our exposition? ground.
HaVWe invite exhibits\ of all description+, particularly those pertaining to the arts, mechanics agriculture: guaranteeing uniform courtesy to all exhibitors..




CASH PREMIUM_LIST, $3,500. ILC. 1'I. I




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GEO. W. WILSON, President. ,WM.FOX, First Vice-President. DB. II. KNIGHT, '

W. CAMPBELL, SIt, General Manager. G. S. MAYO, Treasurer. J. 0. CLARKE;; 1 I
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nc iiijioaIBaj I Tile tercllants'' National anl{ ,,,'., r

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-OF OCALA,-

Ocala, ....Iorlda.o EOFOpAJ4ASUCCESSORS ; em'IKano.
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4IPald'Up TO THE BANK 9F OCALA. ;
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CAPITAL STOCK S5OOOO.Op -INCOMI1LETPNESS- .
Capital, ; c Authorized Capital, 3.G50.OO "
SURPLUS ) OF 8TOO

8150,000. .
S5Q1000 :J\'
OFFICERS I Quality of Goods and Low Prl
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AYNEW,I're I .............. JNO. F. DUNsl'rtM -0Goons ',. a
E. P. DISMVKES, VtcfPrerident. ,,
R. B. McCoxNBLL, Cathiei JOIIIIUIM '
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u4 Being now ettabliihed in our new find elegant Bank building ut art prepared to guarantee rthw
-Located next door to FlntNaUoDalIBanJr.| )
tat faction to all
:McINTYRE CAsrnER.: : General Hanking bunnttt traniocttd. Exchange bought and sold 8m 81-88 .,

URPLtJS$7,000.00 'r r ,, ? 'ruIr

-A COMPLETE LlUE- : Ir, 1 e110 DAnabl
One of the finest and beat equipped banking hOl1se; in the State owned by the. -: BOARD OF DIIIECTORS.:-- Ii..r o";
accessible pointa.Ye
all .
n k makin Jolll'ltionii on oft
We have special facilitle-t for :; consistent with sale -OFHARDWAPE- ,
CUito1ll1ers! Kosltyo
anti favor to our
will
extend every courtesy business entrusted to us .
king:,and shall give prompt and careful attentIOn to all: \
We sot your BANK ACCOUNT and all business In our line andgrantee JNO. F. DUNN, E.P.DISMUKES.: and
entire satisfaction. CHAS.RHEINAUBR, J.A. EINSTEIN ... your
HARVEY KNIGHT, WM. ANDERSON, .j1&lll,
J. c. FERINE, L M. THAYER, ;)
CORRESPONDENTS R. B. McCONNELL. .. .t. 1, fay
Sash Doo Jlnl B .. :
porters & Traders National Hank, New York, N. Y.; rs s 'I"t""',,;;1 ..

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outhern Bank of Georgia, Savannah.
Special Correspondents in all important cities in the -West. CORR&9PONDENI.S.Yalional : -AT- f J .",;O'.!. :'f1d: t
Park Bank o/ New York MavertctattonaI Dank of Bo.wn : ."l"
National Bank of Savannah Georgia.. i', A. E. DELOUST ;. ',18

louitrilU Banking Company, Louisville, Ky tmU-M ,t.t.
Dwlo.nW. =r
HE MONTEZUMAMain l: he
-IF YOU WANT GOODS IN THE- 'j' ..'\" ', Q

.' W. CONDON'SNew C. F. BREWER & CO .' ".-<,S"'\;.','' lid woo ho If

Street, Ocala, Fla.1NII'The Jewelry\ Store -Drug Line- 41,,,,t .J'r.' oI t' ,I of alll.rli II".
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HEADQUARrERS I J "- l '-, fed
I Shines replete with everything in >f tli'
-0- -FOR- ... ,. a fhtwtfatal'
"' ININNNIII/ .. his line. Call and examinefor :
f""ih'cHy: : : // : / r &
Hotel r" .. yourself.0 THE PLACE TO. FltfD THEM PIANOSMusical ." ,, /Ictlui#. A are t

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= IN ALL RESPECTS:= -IS AT- ANn,4'": "1:. ',. hoped
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J. INI 111111111.........1111111I .'.... IIIIINNI//11 Strings for Muslca Instruments a DR DELOUEST.Wort \ 'r.fhith Mid
11bath o>,,,rrtliolU cant pU fOIfIt fa eo.iM1u. .Ijjjj11111 Specialty. punt, the I
--"antl; cool. Xtt u/brick house a1\l1 atu furniture.I Oaaraneed.Rhetnauer's All Work.on repair of Clocki and) watches ( Sml:8Qt'Au.UCAl4A .)- Instruments} !I. : UK* tlnneiJound over

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1r9reo6 'r j tee ";', Transient Rates $2.00 to $,tl

I antI years cultivating expert- Day Weekly Rates StO.b \

The nc!: and market- Upwards iccordlaj to Loca v t )
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the ', liyk Bnrrit furnished. Ad- o Address.:

.L. Ley, llcanop '. Fla. H. J. ROSENBURU]
DiTOAtion/ can be furnished I
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rlo Ley, Ocaln, lie.Magnolla < Late of Park Avenue Hotel, New York Mar and C'> I
v .t t' I ton house, N a.n&. '
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!fleet anti btst'ari..t1 of oran e :It JWEIHEI.

,for the least monev. to be had of
./' J. W. & l F. D.WAIW,,

r : w8febtd. Belleview, }O Ia. ;. : ,

WANTED--Position/ / as book-keeper or
accountant by experienced in mercan

tile and banking business. Good refer D -LEADS IN THE--

ences. W. Y. M. Palatka, Fla.



R.JSaprtd E. YONGE A C)., The Ocala Plum. \Watc Clock Je\VeI\

bers. Call and examine their fine Block : ,

and dSldeclm!net good work at reasonable prices 1 '



White Peklu Duck Egg for Sale. + LINEI0 I

At $1 per dozen, enquire of C.C. Carroll, .
ComniBsioner for Citrus exhibit
i county -

Exposition Building. llaprlw .

Repairing a Specialty

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Standard Time used. };eb. 1, 1889. \
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la I !_I IIOU'TR&aJC lYWOM'' 8 4

o 00 P 10 00. T Fern.n4In. Ar 806 Pl 880. THE BEACON & ADAMS
lOOp 120 P LT JacbonT'Ue Ar 2 06! Pi. 0110. .
{xs 7 80 P 1220 P LT Callahan Ar 153 pl 040.
a 10 P 2 8ft P L\ Baldwin Ar 12 n p.,. 480.. ABSTRACT COMPANY.
Oct 100611 aMpAr Law&eJ Ar11ba $15a
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1032 P a SV Ar Starke. Ar II :'I. 2 b5 a1116p -
h 4OtpAr Waldo Ar1062al200a:
,' 1207. 4.. P At Hawthorne Ar 1023 a. 140 a112a IS THE PLACE 20 JET THE F C1&
6 07 P Ar Ocala Ar II 0'1 P 10.8 P
tY 4 M. 7 2'J pAt WUdwood Ar 800 a; 1148 P IOmcr
tYf 6 00 a 7 60 P At LeeabufI Ar 7 3.'\ .1 7 60 p -
6 4S a 11:1): pAt Tav..1'\II Lv 7 10 a: 700 P
Ae Orlando Lv 54.1 .' 615 : : OCALA
iter _810.IOuOOup _m_ p HOCBI
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-n rOU. rLa. / TiDIr
'J 10 a Ly Fern&n4In. Ar 7 10 p :!\fA T.EU'S BALE.UNDER THE OCALA .,a3

9 M : Lt Jecksonv'lleAy : i HOUSE
rte. 10 Ar Baldwin A} p AND BY VlRTt'E OF A FINAL BE-
10 44 a At LawteJ' Ar aMp foreclosure rendered by lion. J.J.Kin-
10 69 a Ar Starke. Ar a 3\1 Icy, Judge of the Circuit i Court,In and for Marion EUROPEAN
1128 a Ar Waldo Ar 11 PI county, Florida,on the 26th day of JUrcb, A. It ( P7AN) E. B. RICHARDSON
12 01 p At hawthorns Ar 2.3 ItdvinacauM/ wherein CLARA: %. WALLACE ,
> Dinner, 121 pAt kola Ar 121 p'Dinner': tt.at., are complainant, and UEO. H. DAVIS, d'aL -THE
2 44 P Ar Wlldwood Ar 11 116 aa are defendants. I In which decree t was appointed -1
M 12 p At, LeeabUfI Ar 11 28. Special Muter:!wllloffer for tale at pubilo The Reading Hotel of the Finest
I MilAr Tu.rt Ar 11 00 a outcry court home door In OCAla, Florida, City, Livery In the City
.52F Ar Orlando L" V S. aV to the h't bidder for cash,on

rru eo 10 HONDA Y, MA Y 67'!!, A. D. 18$. -0-
81 I 83 I UMU blvluull I 162 I
ttAt. the following described property to-wit: One -AND-
5 00 a 2 46 P LWI wood Ar Il 116 a bO p HW mill complete; one boiler, one engine and LEADINGSALESSTADLEtoe
h .. 640. lOOp Ar Pt.nuotrkee II M a 0 61 P two Ilrcu\.r\ mill saws now located and operatingat
t. .,. 00 M'M'__ Ar 8umtenlU..Ar ...._.._ 4 317p Rock Knrlngi. Marion county, Fla. Hold tsatisfy .
7 06 a 'ltl pAr 8'-Catberln.Ar: 11110. a 00 P Mid final decree. UNSURPASSED IN APPOINTMENTS TO .6s
le.i'h I 20. 8 M p Ar Laoooohee Aril 10. 2trI P rORKKST: L. ROBERTSON. ANY IN THE STATE!
9 80. 4 15 p Ar Hade City Arll0 11I1. 1 10 P JMO. G. REAKPON. Special Mutf'r.U.mpl&lnanti .
11 o5 e 620 Ar Plant City 2S a 11 4.\\ a Bol'r 4aprllJOd GEORGE McKAY
1 CU6ILEYDn. 4 24 -1-I ,
It 4'e' 'j" lbi110pLv-Wok d o---r f 6-a T i3'p SHKIUFF'S SALE. ARCHITECT AND; BUILDER
e 9405 4 b3 plAr Oalnee"me Are 40 a 850 P ,

N Inn 1220.__ .12 642 P pAr At Bronaon Archer Lv Ar 'J a2ba 48 a .210p...M_ BY VIRTUE of the circuit OF AN court EXECUTION in and tor ISSUED Marion Repainted I Inside and Out I DE8IOX8 AND ESTIMATES

.._.__ 8 80 Areedat Key L6 80 a ..._.... county, heartng the date of March it, -rurnlibed
-II I I f-.WMi ii Dtlleia...1 2--r A. D, r.Cld-: :. T. J. MY&R4 and Jl A. 04IAppfcatloa---
DWELLEYpY rtnendoin ImMneu I In firm AND .
1. 8 W p 780. Ly J&CbonvmeAr320 P 206p name of MYER8 A DUELLKY.! \ rn .0Omcz.Rmtagace -
tri 'M P 816 a Ar Baldwin Ar 2 M P tlllSlp and WILLIAM E. M ( AJtAUAN. "dmfu11lrator
r 12 07. 9 61 a AI Lake CU1 At/ 1 OM P 10 27 a126a1043sAr of the estate of A. E. WHITE deceased, li de. : : Orange and Sixth 11&
old Live Oak Ar1213p 9uoa Pendant I have levied upon and will tell at public REFITTED THOROUGHLY WITH ELEQAN OCALA. .
Madison Ar 11 16 7 16
I 04 a 11 42 a Ar a a FURNITURE IrhOR1L
outcry to the highest bidder for cash, at the
4 2b a 12 ao P Lv lonU.-ello Ar l0 !30 a 600 a
court house door In Ocala, Marion county rl1.1, 1a81VI'
Ar MonUcello Lv II 60. 4 2S -
6 00. 1 10 P a da,on s
t I e J6. 2 12 p Ar Tallaharee Lv II 67. a 40 aa
HOXDAY, MAY 67'!!. tt 9,
00. I W P Ar Quincy L" II 01. 150a920a ___. I
4 O!) pAr R1verJ'n'nLv 70Sa1205a' during 1 the legal hour for tale,thef dlowlnp par- J.
cell of land and their appmenauces. In Marion BROKAW
1, 2, 7:J.8.9,10, IS,14 Pally county aforesaid,lo-wit: The toutheantquarteref ,
8,4.23.24,60.61! 6l. 13,SO Dally except Sunday
northeast quarter of section twentyy sewn ((27)
81, Dally. Monday. township sitteen(16)southof( ) range Iwentvtwoi BEAUTIFUL LAWNS AND -1-
CROQUET
Ia I 4 | ucxlOnu.u.'cH'| 6 I 11 ( !)east,and the southwest quarter of northwest GROUNDS THE MARION
JcksonvtlleAr| r 45'a] i quarter, and the east half of northwest quarter COUNTY NUB-
;;t4-tlIrriif: Feraandlna LvJ 7.10 a r}00: less twenty (-0)) acre on east side of section
__ twenty-tii ((2i),of townthlp sixteen (l(!,south of SERYMAN.J,
in all
rang twenty-two(l2))east containing onehundred I
7.80 a. xn.. New Orleans Express. Shortest. and and tony acres. Said piuprrty being 1 -
quickest West Florida sold to satUfy laid execution and costa April :i,
Mob and New OJ7n
r points, ensst cola, a Orleans 7.80 Ism E. T. ILLUME.. Shenrt TO TUE PUBLIC A
a. m. sad H 00 p.in. train connect through toThomasvllle. Ju.D. MtOoxxxit,Att'y for I'l'ff. S j>rJOJMASTK1VS FOB TERMS AWLT TO : : : : : GEO. G. BUY OF FINS LINII
Montgomery, Nashville St. Louis, MASAGII.' NURsERY STOCK-OEAPJI8PCIAUTT.
Cincinnati Chicago and all poiut.NorthandWest.9.1b .
SALE. OCALA VL1IJEs
a.teat Limited, through to Orlando Klsslmmee. FIOH1DA.: A .
UonVoeassa. Tarpon $Hptlng Houtherland.Kt. UNDU AND BY VIRTUE OF 1FE FINAL 3mJ188 -
Pete..it>urg. Tampa,Barlow. unto Uorda andeh rendered by the lion. J. J. Klnley. 1djan152rn -
principal South Florida points. Judge of the Fifth Circuit Court of Florida for ADDIIJIM. .Antl"I11IFJa.
1.20 p.m. Mall and Express for all points South.OilnesvlUe Marion county,on the 4th day ot April. IM9. in -
,Ocala Leecburg, Tavares, Apopka the cause wherein TALBOTTA SONS are. complainant :::::: HARNETT HOUSE :::::: Millinery Mil1l1tVr'pJqi i
'ii Orlando. *,and BENJAMIN F.KARLY. I*the defendant !
wherein I appointed special master,
8.00 p. m. Local,com'ects through loran points sOur

lfi South lando.,Oslnesv/1le.Ocala Tarpon Bprtngs. Southerland Leeeburg ,.:%.'rkOburl : I lie Fla.have outcry levied the before upon the aud Court will House offer door for sale in at Ocala pub- -1-( ........... .................... .. ......... :........ -.. ERE I AMjf.n. i
on
and Tampa ITID.4 OF JlA YISS3. -LEADING rOPCLAR HOTEL OF- ; Mllltner ls at home ailp .=........O __.
10.00 a. m.Cumberland Route Express connect ....... : : .... : : -!: .lothepN1i11etheAnestlineof.t !
fatFernandlna with HtrCtty of tChattandaily, to the highest bidder for cash the following de -1-1 **a :: : ;... .. ...... .. ...2
Brunswick. Xaoon. Atlanta. scribed property t Ten acre of land, more or 1 ,JUST FROM THE PLORIDA.
Louisville or ,Cincinnati.St.Louis and Chicago. less cleared andfenced.with I house,well of water SAVANNAH . GEORGIA. ..... .. NORTH i
and orange tree nursery on tame, situated in section \:itb. .F ....... CURIOSITIES
,dallvconnecting iic
1 5.40 p.m.Fernandina Mall and Express three, northwest quarter of the northwest m plete f. ,

_ ,'tor Tuesday Savannah and and Friday way landln with I fcleamer,.. Thursday Hi.Kfcmlae .. quarter ty-two.in..township s commencing thirteen at post south corner range of twen said. ---: Ii I- : Stock AND FANCY GOODS

rd with Mallory Steamed tor New lork. Bun-! section one hundred,and hi of therailroad NEiiILLINE'Ity.i. STATIONERY.
day, with Clyde IIteamen tot New York. thence tio :Jwa yards i '
Into new service give perfect connections at south, thence east along the railroad to post j| -ELEC1'R1CLIttlTtlAND-: ---.....-.-.-BELLS........I| -.i. ::.: -- -
Balowln for all pouas North and West. Via Cal thence west two hundred and thirty-eight yard rjih1i ) : i :::: '7..n OJ-: CPPLIE8
lanaiil to all points North East and "West Via &i3Jlne of Major JObnlOn'IJ thence north to place AT LOWEST PRICES.
Fernaldlna, connecting with Steamer City 01Nn1UWickJ of commencing red and sixty yards. o-oG00DS GU : :
ARANTEF.Do.nod
lor Brunswick Macon Atlanta and Said tract oX land tz' : quarter ofnorthwest ............
and West quarter of northwest quarter of section Artesian weU Water Street Canto all Depots := -. -.L-
..*Montle ilo''ue.dayThnrvday' and three. township thirteen south, rang twenty I H
arrival of 8. F.A W,v.Ubule Irala. two east being situated In Marlon county. Flori i M. | &=Nash:

.\.O.JbcDOKEU.. cues.bald property to be soldI.I.ROBKET3O$ de RATES REDUCED TO t, PER DAY. -.- u ,.. =.... tiZ759I

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