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 26, 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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BUDGET OF ern & aurprise 1 to And
NEWS TUE SE TROPIC1\L OIUTUAHY. Florhla'.OI es. C'P n of our county
c L. -- The legislature otto J nnln t DR.E It lihe land Ii mostly\ \
= BirTI.NGER.city Editor Entered into rest at Ocala, Fla. Fri the imj ak19 and suitable for 1r0a.
SKXATOU after short but painful' appreciate --- ThIS section 01 ; ,
To Banner DUNN'S $iooo PRIZE day, April a for eysteT t\n Of1'1CJ..bI. fqe ter than any of
tLe B. F. some provision ;
SUb wife of Lyons.
cl'lber, AnDEn-LAKE HEADS illness, Betty, coal harln yet remche.m .
Our county SI1,.scribers THE Mrs. Lyons was born at Darlington, fisheries and' for fe iter .,ta&p.CarJ evetb *naof ronnwi.m'OAVWo
that the BANNER is only f1 are reminded PHOCESSIOV. South Carolina on the 10th ot November farming. The Senate h' llut&L LDik fret wUl give advanta ,
bk' a year, -- ,d pat o
n advance, and those paya Citrus 1849, and was therefore at tbe \ -l,r.Mm.C.V '1 on'b have
resolution ant
will plea.' not paid up and Humtcr Counties the fortieth of her a joint ( ci i
!a come forward of her death, in the year t.TmiuKtl.t.iiM4eB. he o1
do romptly and Worthy OoinppdHorB' All Com married pointment of a committee e mater tngo
eo. If he On June 2nd, 1869, she was v. fia' ou
(paper fails age. E '
scribers will\ know the reason to come, sub petlnjt Counties Well Itepreeentetl and her decease put an end to almost oyster beds of ,the State rt CllJ rnslantdccvcdt-lltotWT-OuT.GiefB..r.bTtel >aa i ebetr and borne wait

Oooil Attendance and Great of closest union and uninterrupted J. r.lla:,L
--- twenty years the best course to pursue 1e'a eur a at otherhill
Interest J.T.IanaaailchsALovsALL.
Manifested the Awards domestic felicity. Mrs. Lyons \ y
Fresh butter just received ... her loss and oyster Indust'ry.There r N.n'eanaer't.lleoasad" ill remark-
at Taylo 's. Everybody Happy Over the He ; left no children to mourn
all the more is is no doubt that FI'ly contain
t A cults miss her loving care, but t eanttartitrpecta-w.ttl4. i$ It
new trait stand has been opened on The tier loss bewailed by him to whom she in need of wise laws eel N COt NU OPtI ERL Paaoo,

Magnolia street, next to D. A., Miller's dRY so eagerly and anxiously was thus his all in all. oyster fisheries.. She has i Count,hc\n-Wwt\ tattion( ,

carriage repository!! looked for by the competing counties for During the past seven years Lyons Count,C1er\-11,L_lUll. It not
the award of Senator Dunn's magnificentprize has bun a resident of Ocala, and during eries of his( kind and thsciurre hen 9ltaaa the

I Mr. Sims Dillard this time she won for herself by her of considerable\ ham
merchant and boni- of a thousand dollars for the best + nlh ,az..
face, of uinmerfield quiet,gentle and unobtrusive demeanor, we In danger of being destroy"ter y and
was injtown, to-day county exhibit, dawned in all the efful- a number of friends among those whose nnlelldeu\hbUt UTKflB >L jtty. UtJ
busIness canning are l'tamtntoe,
intent. e
gence of a glorious April morning, yes- friendship is most worth having.It .. ,I
and the Oftmmi toiw -1i. 'I. tM .. ? dly
During, the absence jrs tPrdsyand the interested people of Lake, : granted to none on this earth to rated all along her coast, i ax..R.Iou, l.a. hrma. V>.....lm Ion
of Frank fulfilled 1 the without regard Mlawswhith \
Harris at Citra, the local editor and I Citrus and Sumter counties came in in be perfect, but Mrs.in her Lyons several relations, are dredged any t ,bounty Commlabsei..mr t .. 4 iJ l n!
his duties' of life control their rep very month, .
Mascotte will goodly numbers to take a last look at She was a devout t tr
fidelity. Uowi-f.i.
propitiate the household with exemplary If something is not done to Bwita. s t. ..--. In
Roods at the Harris' their truly beautiful and wonderful displays and consistent member of the Presbyterian pr \. a.GrUIft1&\ '

,mansion.Mr. and hear from the judges'. )lips, church. As a member of society fisheries, Florida will have P
Dan Mullany\ of Cincinnati, Ohio, Who. Of the three expectant counties she was: \ ever kind and obliging all ; for export In a few years ::1 BOARD OIIREALTn. 1t

and :Mr. W, W. Hawkins ; : asa neighbor she was one who could be It ia admitted that oysters thrlr Dr. T,P,nth,
of the should carryofrth
Fast; distinguished honor, depended on as a friend she was sincere, ..Capt.L a Lchtrl5& h .
Tennessee Railway left for to ; friends mark ably well along the. Florida r D,A,tlmttty
today Lake say nothing of the profit attached to warm hearted and faithful : the D,111rtU Amhggy, SIab

Eustis and surrounding country, to spy the award. she had and their adoption tried, she Indeed' it is said that they grow ')F :

out the beauties of that The grappled them to her soul with hooks of more rapidly and fatten much qnl 4BOARD TRADE,
delightful judges had difficult arduous
portion a ,
and noble she P,Dunn.tlt.
of steel ;i" as a how true there than on the New Jersey or Rh
Florida. and delicate wifef A,
task weather
before them and Bet him whose sm.
I know save! ?y
was none ) Island coast If such la.\s for the loc.
lire Frank Harris and little themselves heroically to the work to wife she was ; but there are those who ergotA..P xr 3 c.q,15, f da
ones of the to''be:
perform it intelligently conscientiouslyand not only sympathize most deeply, but protection oyster as are DunnandJ Q 11v1a i0p''AND
went to Citra; to-day to spend the term with from tbe loss which they themselves found in New Jersey Rhode Island and a vr,x I t dth

of the absence of her liege lord, with a rare appreciation of responsi have sustained in her death, can in some Maryland existed in :Florida, it would LOAN ASSO R, Tyt.t

Mrs. Sarah Harris, and enjoy the graciou9hospitality bility resting their judgement, and the measure enter Into and appreciate the not be long before oyster farmir" would + 71011.Wflmeri.
conclusions they reached in giving to greatness of his loss and the soreness of
of Mr. James A. Harris, 'in this his hour of be an industry of magnificent proportions
Lake county the highest award, meets his affliction: and Y .lrelamatrcrLath
in his magnificent.Citra home. with general approval and commenda trial, they commend him to the God of in that State, and would be almost, TOLr .
-- ------ Father and
Capt. Marcotte, of the translucent We. tion. all his.comfort;" her Heavenly if not fully, as great a source of wealth':' hero, I. o Da rrf I

I kiwa, dropped into our sanctum this The rare exhibits of the contending Blessed are the dead which die in the as the State's orange groves. i RIPLh 'In t

_ morning, while the the genial Dan :Mnl-\ counties made the contest BO close that Lord ; yea, saith the spirit, that they may An effort has been made in this State : i
their labor.: FBI END.Dr. the 1 to enact laws for Ise il aJl
to legislature M
rest from get ,
of and Cresent Line the Ieece
lany, the Queen committee deemed it but meet and i sell, .1 ab

- was making the. little daily a pleasant proper tnat some recognition should be C. O. Harris on a new !toll.It the preservation of the oyster in Georgia F ortyR W 'a ?'. '

call and had a talk over old times when given'to Citrus and Sumter counties for evident from reports that waters, and to direct attention to oyster FI PANY xta ao
is very ,
Doubtless U will be renewed
they were among the boys in the Porkor& the admirable, heroic and manly mannerin reach us that the genial and jovial M. D. farming.when the meet There T ;, upofrail
legislature are
polio. ____ which they have striven with their of Sparr C. C. Harris, is to become an selfish in both this State and Florida A.M.. haL dually '
to.... successful rival for the coveted prize and clerk men Porenuin VaiKecr oar. veral 8
wonder who
little with ,
The Georgia active competitor our city ..
who care apparently more for immediate ury "J. U, ,d from 1
created such interest at Jacksonville during suggested: : to Lake's representatives thatin Mr. Sump Bullock in expeditiously and Tr enure r-A. K. i
than for the of
view of this fact that the to decide gain fostering Regular n"ttnn Ib. rd yrtdal
wonderful points the fascinating ,
Sub entwining 'JO'h'
its -Tropical by 'pow I artistically what rould be made a great industry. month 1
the award being so close for the around the loversof a0't ',en'' to deForemawLoh
ers of magnetism and electricity, gave a meshes of matrimony of those who either _
Many are directlyor
feat of her magician powers in the championship, and that while Lake secured the colored population. The Doctor's A.&nt.L..Y! ,lilt' ) I
interested in the :
indirectly oyster Aocn'tary..ltarr .... : ''I
the of honor that the
post money honors and laurels in oFao'
House last night to a fair audience first experience, ,01
Opera business in this State or Florida, opposeall Trewurer-K. B. Yon .
represented in the Dunn prize, $1,000, be of the Wl7
and sent the sampsons of Ocala flying his new departure as a justice legislation relative! to oysters, that Regular meeting each '/
devided the three counties to HOOK AND LAD
among occurred last' week, when" Frank 'COMPANy 16\" \
over the stale.o peace, does not appear to promote their inter
which Lake's commissioners generouslyand Bagley and Josephine Brown, two ardent Prejl l nt-Abram PalmcnKoremau !

Mr. D. J.; luH:1ny, the city passenger' in a true spirit of amity and goodwill lovers appeared before his ests.The -Wllkt Menu. .
Ethiopean AaabtanN-Wells lUcb
l of this State well
and Ctresent Line at legislature as as
I agent for the Queen consented, and the money was duly and properly armed Twenty member.
'squiresbip, that of Florida must tako hold of this I
- Cincinnati, 0., is in our city and looking awarded as follows : Lake, f:300, Citrus, with a marriage license and demandedthat TULUL.A LODGE, NO. II, ,
:Mr\ :M\ is an old oyster question in a way that will indicate ;
over our prospects.! $300 and Sumter, $200. the affable gentleman invoke the [[Meet*every TueJ y is e, bw

f I friend of "Col." Tom Harris, and was To reach the above conclusions and to descend and make that it means to settle it, not in the W, H. (hutlle, N. U. e
God Hymen
interest of a few, nor for the benefit especially W. M. PhilltlsSeeretary. r .
' disappointed at not finding him at finish their work the committee did not them one in law as they were in heart, All vliitliiK brother cordlally ,

his absence when he learned make the announcement as indica- and forever of those who are now engagedin i I' 1
but forgave one and inseparable, now OCALA CHAPTER NO. A M1 '
but for the ;
that be had gone to permit his exhuber- ted until late in the evening, and while Unum While such a sudden oyster business good 'f
E rtuitbiu Ocala Chapter No. 13. R. A. U. ev
of the whole
of the State. The
ent patriotism to elaborate. :Mr.\ M. ism the committee were hoMing their session invasion and abrupt demand created people Brat' Monday nigh tin every month '., e
and his road< audience without I oyster laws of New Jersey and Marylandseem Il. W. F.
old railroad man Bays I with closed doors, the and momentary diiy
considerable surprise
an to be wine onus. They should be PRESBYTERIAN CHU i
B makes the best time of any other line I were wrought up to fever-heat of expectation trepidation in the 1J0 tor's usual calm : laws REV. W. II. GOTWALD. Pacioi"Sabbath !tag It w
taken as models, and enacted that
from Jacksonville to the Crescent city. and the buss and hum of conversation and unperturbed soul he soon gatheredhis ttrvlceii at 11 A. M, aNd 7 r. ,I\- t The fly,
i about the why and wherefore of will insure a steady increase in the valueof School at V:3D A. M., Wednesday evening
the orlds
Lancaster, who has been mak wits about him, commanded tumultuous the fisheries.-Savannah Ntw. at 7.80.; Seal free, Tbe public cordially .,'S
who would be south
Tallahassee the delay of the report, beatings of his perturbed soul
military pilgrimage: EPISCOPAL CHURCH. .t Ire. iRea.
ing a --
the fortunate winner was the all absorbing
when Dr. Blitch, arose in his to be calm, threw himself enrappertwith Auction Sale of Stock Consisting of
says that of conversation and held high the C. I!. WILMKB, Rector ,
Representativesand topic the great unanastic spirit of Driving and Work Hornet,
& of
seat in the House and also haddlern. Service every sundry at 10:45: a. m., and 7:' ,
of drama the
close the
carnival until the h
from the health God of Hymen and did the matrimonial m.ntandard seatafree. Mutiday RaL, 1 11
read the dispatch curtain not falling on the last and most neatly and with such On Saturday, May 4tli we will sejl 1 at i p. m., W. Jt'rb", ,Sulerlntendeat. "\ the lilt
announcing a job BO
Sanford up '
authorities at committee until without reserve to the highest bidder MARION LODGE K. OF H
them important act of the coneummategracethat bis (amass an expert No. 3378., lsily BAs
fever, its effect upon nine head of Mock in the Court House lannahla
case of yellow for it was the first 6 p. m., when a grand rush was made by coupler of humans is spreading over pcjuare. All horses to be as representedat {MMI* every lint and third week in C&Cb "
colons ( month.) tb
unsuspecting our visiting friends for their rural homes, and time of Hale or refunded.' Thisis v Knee <
of the fact) was! like the land like wild fire our Sump money Wm.ll't'ctor.1 't \ xpoaittryoui
intimation they had pleased or disappointed as the case I his shining a splendid opportunity for those> in. N. Nathan, Ke|*>rter.M. ;. .,'
well after
from an un- will have to look Hihel, Financial/ Reporter. tt
thunder ,
of want of good horse to all these
a buy
terrific peal indicated elsewhere the +
a might be, but as of Hymen'* high and
8 t 8ky. It was to their reputation as one horses are reliable workers and driten. ,
clouded noonday award of the committee was generally accepted youn
_ earthquake. priests. not old worn out lujl8; and are w>ld TRAVELER'S GUIDE.
feelings a email-sized with now and then an impetuous to reduce stock during the tmuuuer sea a paid

Prescript who would : "With me Have Your Money.Be son Sale positive rain or .shine at 10 a. lnth
Ills Own say Schedule of the S. & fat
S. O.
Let Htm Take the second hand : G. R. R. a
call at
Bare to 1n. on Saturday. cane not all of the
.I...,..... it is the whole bakery or nary a cake"The store under the :Montezuma\ Hotel, be. stock is not disposed' of. the a1o will be Leave kola..-,.................................. 6:jo r. KM5 ont
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editor has taken names of the committee who .t.ln' .v need. continued Oth f } Arrive__ .. .. ........... : 0I( >V
you May
Now that the local lore you buy BUyming ut.j on Monday, !: ....,
::1. advice of Mr. Charles Trask, awarded Senator Dunn's $1,000 prize for You will find new and nearly new furniture t.. tOOT A uo., F, C. 4: P. R. R., (Old F. R. ft: N. Line,) oci I,

the friendly then share, in the best continuous county exhibit were II. crockery, lamps, ptctures and in Livery Stables, Ocala Fla. Schedule't and
of Belleview and a is store and the only d & l.nIteady '
short, it a medley 3apr w
we say let the hos.f. W. Long! Dixon Irvine, Adam Eichel- bargain store in town. Passenger south bound ._ 2:11 A H a'.' +tb. .t
alliance ..
real .
matrimonial takea Jas. Harris and Dr. Moody. south bound .................. 141m: ,f' D(
pitable and genial young batchelor berger, 8Ap-d3wl. For Delivery. Faweneer ...._... taint: ,: tate

; dose of his own prescription, for we Escur.lon. I Teams Wanted.R. "The Present and Future Productionsof Jl'n\ih\:\ ............ I"00 r M .'.",,"t'IttB.: .

verily believe it will do him an infinate The following party, chaperoned by ,I A. Marvin, of Martin Station rock for, who St. who Florida reside,"in a book Florida) that, or will those interest who con all N arrive.. JIIOa1H In.. Ocala..BtJIJIrD..................... 007: A Ml''JlrM ,. ..{,:,:;.'\ :-lh-e-

amount of pood. C. W. Campbell, took a run to Silver John has the contract, wants to a supply number of teamsto template doing BO. It embraces all the Freight .. .. .".\\'.'.'."...?,.".'_... 907AMPaiaenger : ; 't" < n. t.
jetties details connected with fruit culture
Parish Meeting. Springs and down the run in Proekey haul same. Apply at Martin Station and gives such information 801I, farm htaf1er.bvthe WILL Hor er iNi, Up-Town: "Ticket Agent.148(); P II t" t.bu

The members of Grace Episcopal Bros.' steam yacht. Mrs and Miss! Lip- 5apr dlOt w4t intending settler also that F. S. R. R, Time Table. .41 DuM coo'

_ meeting :Monday\ and pitt, Misses Laura Snowden, Llojrd Wanted, requited by those who are residing in ttOUTU BOUND.Paxaenger r. I
church held
a vestrymen Shoope, Spencer, Rod, and Maginnie, One thousand plants. Florida. Illustrated with the different .. art.Ives. In., OcaU.................... 1\: P rg !*1, call
i elected the following gentlemen REICHARDT fruits. Price 74c. ; cloth,f 1.00. At Ocala II ............._. -6U.rr 4.Frelaht :
Messrs. Jno. S.o'razer. dear
for the ensuing year : J. J. Finley, gallanted by FRANK News Depot, or P. O. Box 3.)8. Ocala. : :: :: :: ....-:::......__ 9.Nsar .
,t W.A.JOneeR R. Snow Dave :Moody\ W. Hawkins, Col. U. R. d& wit aprll Bellevle, Fla.) Apr23 .............._.._llU5ar: : jJ.t or 1
B. A. Weathers
. suave koimo. ThePaaaenger
Will Kahnle Jones and Ed.
den, A. P. Mann, Jr. At the same timeand Waterman, Eagles fur Sale.I If a pen'. .. arrives... .,Ocla.. ....__._..... 7.14 A M '.' "'1 far1znrr
is needless to that the ,
werenamed Root. It say _..._..._ : sort; an
place the following persons and that the have three tine young full grownLone Orange Tree Manure Fruit and Fine Fre b' : ':. :: -........_._... 96oa M .\.'ICUUl
tide us
as delegates to attend the EpIscopal spring .is upon Eagles: for tale. Alo a pair of Hy- Manure, Vegetable Manure. These {"r. ._....-..---..UUiAMFOB \ "
) in Per- folks drawing inspiration from bred fowls a cross between the guinea tilizers real bone blood '014
young and
which meets I are potash\ top,
convention BALE-T., lurid| in the ., ;.Id
ti shares (
nandina next Tuesday : J. J. Finley, A. the voIce of a turtle that prevails along I and game cock.Commissioner Citrus Co. In the right proportions for best result, Merchants' National Bank. Address ,wand ji
Reardon. the most picturesque and romantic l apr d&w2t and are sold as low as equal values of Box 3 Ocala.
G. apr26dlt' which t
P. John
Mann, Jr., and plant food can be Bold. MapeV Pure
in the world a moet delightful 'Jpont. tin
the stream
Rev. C. B. Wilmer will accompany Notice to Ocala Tax 1'ajrer Ground Bone,Sulphate of I'otaehCotton |

delegation but return in time to fill his pleasant and enjoyable time, and I I am ready to collect city taxes for 1888. Seed Meal and Hardwood Ashes, for sale Just received one barrel sour kraut ."\llJund: \,1181m ovCity >

appointment in his pulpit the following returned home with lengthened :years FRANK; P. OADSO. by R. C. LOYKRIDOK, Agent, and one barrel of pickles, at Taylor' Of the tin

added to their litea. I Sapr dlw wit City Tax Collector aprlT d-w 3m Ocala. Market.
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to the Oklahoma Conn NO LAND LIKE FLORIDA. Lemon
lost on
to Bilk shawl I.
: 'try.reports Crimson
Ocala and Mr. Fordep1ace. :
i1 say 60,000 people Testimony of One'ho Has Fought avenue. ,Finder will\ please leave at Kheinaner f .

I e new territory of Oklahoma. Dug, Blizzards and Prairie Brothers' store. 26ap2j ---OURSPECIAL ---

I hBdiI and, scramble to be on the ,Ir. Fires. ,

first and locate was an ndeacrib( b. WALDO, FLA., April 14, 1889. For Sale.
+4 ,A. ne. Men, women and boyd com I would like to know what all this A romptete Works.Bottling outfit, by dAw tf I

e army of invaders. There will fuss about Oklahoma is for, when there Bottling SAj

.t scarcity of water until wells is so much good land in a better country Kingman, at the skating rink will exchange .

/ /IJiI1i- .be dug unless the Waters of Cotton. waiting for settlement. I have spent 24 a new wagon for your old one. f

'eod Creek carl be filtered. apr7
of best days on a
years my
si /IWF |:.6nthrie} heretofore an insignificant praire. I have farmed in Iowa, Dakota, A comfortable well kept hotel is that the "

station on the Santa Fe It. 11., now has a Nebraska and Kansas I have fought charges most reasonable! rates, WAS AN
wt iIarnett House, Savannah, Ga., //10 long OF SHOES
population of from 15,000.to 20.000 pea grasshoppers, ehinch-bugg and prairie conducted by Mr. M. L. Harriett."-AVw

ple. fires, and run with my family for the York World inarlltf ,1I
6ti ; The first homesteader at Guthrie was cyclone hole. 1 have suffered from

Mark 8. Cohen, of It. Smith, Ark. i drouth, hot winds and blizzards. In City Taxes. SUCCE

t w The sun during the day is scorching, fact, I have taken in the whole thin Mr. Frank Gadson is ready to receive I IMMENSE\
U to Meart L Day.bl while the nights are cold and chilly your city taxes. If not paid! by the 30th
I have finally settled down in this fair of April, books will be closed\ and the I
causing intense suffering. And toaggra- land( flowers to stay, and III'ant to delinquent (list advertised,so call around. r

M Vaud y a i htj rate all these discomforts, provisions are tell those' Oklahoma boomers that there I

already scarce, and will be more so,, are thousands of acres of good land hereto For Sale.A J.

E th i.ns.IM Sanfordrtheif'da owing to a disastrous wreck caused by desirable, partly Improved! place for SCORES OF PEOPLE W
galef'ttti be had cheap, and in one of the finest aert'sII'lth 110
the sale cheep, containing ten .
colliding of and
ed. passenger climates in the world) where everythingcan trees in grove, part of them in.
train south of Guthrie. A
be grown that can be grown in the bearing, all kindsof fruit and shrubbery, THEY SECURED
rr ,{Q f J I* jra&ed at Senator The sight at Guthrie upon which the North and West and a good many near S. S. 0. tit 0. railway, and! Homeo

$ r *a.Spotting his finger in* sun rose Monday morning was probablynever things that can't be there and I postotSce, Marion countYJ Fla.,reason for ..-
y before witnessed in of grown ; selling! :, I hate than I want.
I any part would not give ten acres of!stood Florida Inquire of T. G. MARTIN, GENUINE BARGAIN.
V. V ==SH55SS=r=rfotN.f = the world. A majority of the 15,000 people
land for one hundred and sixty acres on Romeo P. 0., Marion Co., Fla. .
etsvr&ra great fruit crop in lay blanketless upon the ground, Western prairies, for a home. 15apr dCwlra( .
CMiNrtaVere never better, but Jack others were triiarilini their claims and
This the eastern of Alachua N-- .
baa not yet been beard from. slumbering where they had fallen from ... part. _coun. i
r ty, is good, rolling, pine land, and the -
fatigue. On the depot platform they lay healthiest< country I ever live 1 in. I To all Whom It May Concern.I j LOOK:OUT FOR A SSOCSClYEFT IN SATUR
Levy county shows up well on the de as close as corded wood, and in few DAY'9PAPERt1'lIICliHILL CONTAIN
", \linquent tax list; only fire columns tents they crowded in huddled have a family of nine children, and all have this day sold and transferred NOTICE bl'KClAL BALEd
masses entire Bottling Business! to the Ocala
s in the of them have had good health since we my
appear Levy County As many as could, to the meager shelter Bottling Worksl, which will take charge
came here one year ago. I think the
afforded, but there quickly came a and tun the entire business. All my old
John Sherman will spend the summer limit to capacity beyond which neither summer is the most pleasant part of the customers are hereby referred to them

: ; in the lie and the year. and are requested to send all orders for
Alps. glaciers tears nor bribes would prevail. Among OArMOXDA F TUESDA Y AND WED
Anyone thinking of coming toJFlorida: goods; direct to them.
have fraternal NESDAY
will jollification. NEXT.
S. the thousands stretched upon the ground [Signed] C. CAIU.nC1UL.
should not let the
yellow keep
many of them were of a respectable Ocala, Fla April 8th, 1889.
Henry Clews of New York, reports'' quality. Those who could not sleep them away, as there ia never any danger 12aprdit w2 I'
easier and the from it in the I
money masses generally4o country. I
(and they wero legion,) in the stinging Silk Sale.
better clothed, bettor fed, happier and There is less fever here than any
cold crouched in groups swearing! or Remember these great bargains offeredby -SOJlETHI.\'G NEWLY TnISLlSE.I
than place I lived in. I
more prosperous they have been in ever have not seen
tb weeping as suited their spirit. Mrs. II. E. Brewer at the Ocala :Music
Ex .)'ean. LIKE AN AFRICAN DESERT. or heard of a case of fever or ague sinceI [ will only be here a short time.
have been here. Ladies should miss
not seeing these
lid = If you want to see the best Alliance The nun fairly leaped out of the sky, We have eaten vegetables wonderful bargains : Twenty yards
right out of
bar{ journal printed in the South, send for a and within two hours the cold had been the garden all winter and strawberriessince brocade satin, 113; 221] green: check, $9; BENJAMIN fc FOX ,I
veil '. specimen dopy of the Georgia farmer supplanted with a Sahara heat. The J2J] yds. satin Rhudames, $19(); 121 yds.
fion wind but without January.No Plum Surah Rhudames; 13 yds. blue
rose, cooling effect. It
t AUianu Advocate published at Monte:
the blew sirocco that scorched the deli bud. storms! here; only gentle sea latin, $5; 51} black grosgrain, $4; 9 yds. .
BmJ c; xuraa, Ga,. r breezes, cool nights and! pleasant days. blue grosgrain, $6; 20 yds. blue stripe,, ,
and filled the air"with a blinding alkali $11.
won I The climate here acts like
cles I The impression_that the Boston dole dust. a soothing These silks am from the Johnson &

gets in response to 2,100 letters sent to N. Pneumonia and sunstroke are sure to syrup on the nervous system. Co.'s firm, New York, importers of silk Palace StOtt I
One can sleep well, eat well and keep and all goods are warranted. If they do Dmg 1
t Hampshire, is that Ex-Senator William claim their victims. Good humor is said eA
cool here. I suppose Florida has its not hold to what I represent them, I e
will be re-elected. Republicans .. I be feature
n Chandler Many to a of this motley gathering. drawbacks well will refund the money.
as other
fact think Chandler a model official So far only one man has been killed in as any place, -- -
but I am BO delighted with the ---0--
tb and a patriotic gentleman. the scramble for lots and lands. company Notice.
ep rPr Thousands having already exhausted! that I can't think of any of them just We beg to call the attention of our

The Sanford Mateottc still protests its their means, are making a break for now.My friends and customers to the fact WHOLESALERetail
t that we will in Miler's .
of only regret ia that I didn't open up
honest opinion that the death of Mrs liberty and something to eat, but as fast here come block on Magnolia street, -AND-
nitlJerf Demont was not from yellow fever. She as the starved out leave, fresh victims sooner but come and see for yourselves with a full stock of hardware: grain and

had been in declining health for some come filing in. and don't befooling away your groceries under the tirm name of S. R. Drugs !
>utl time. The public however, will, of time fighting over Oklahoma. Birdsey A Co. Thanking our friends for
fi The J. 1). past favors and asking a continuance of
take Dr. Daniel's judgment, Manufacturer/ Record of Balti BATES. -0--
course, same we are, very respectfully
though the opinion quoted.above shows more-the South's great industrial ex- -- --_ S It. BIRDSEY, -ALL KINDS OF_

Th that Sanford is not 'alarmed. ponent-of which it has been said thatit Very Hujtfrtlve> apr25dwtd ALBERT II. BIKUSEV.

ogr is "the most widely quoted industrial 70 the Editor of t tie Banner : -- OILS, STATIONERY, TOILETAND
entent -
The impression is gaining ground that paper in the world," does not confineits I wish to make some few suggestionsto --

' M the acts of President Harrison's adminetratlon sphere to the manufacturing interestsof the people of Florida regarding the DRS. G. H. & J. FERINE, FANCY ARTICLESIn

pre will i>e such that no federal this section, but covers very line Exposition next year. Resident Dentists.

e. legislation wilt be needed to retluco the of progress looking! to the advancement Marion county has taken the lead and MERCHANTS' NATIONAL BANK BUILDING, Complete Stock !

dcl; surplus revenue of the nation. The and prosperity of the South and with put up the Exposition buildings, not calling OCALA FLORIDA. -0- .

tm commissioner ofpviuloiM* Corporal Tanner the last issue commenced the publication on any other county or corporationand Headquarter We handle none for Wall bat Paper ands warden seeds
I,. of All hrinchen of dontlitry. Teeth filled and :
decision of his a complete weekly list of made
.. has revived a predecessor every a grand success with only a KMerrvd. Roots crownM with porcelain I or gold

fh ,, General Block, that will put 20,* new private and national bank organIzed few counties to patronize her under titrlcily i!eth. Era titlrtelal I&lll deuu.rt tram.try ene at moderate moth ti a full set WltlOIIT A' FIIAZER,

pt 000 additional names 'on the pension ; anywhere in the South. As the activity taking. Now if we could have $30,000)( TOOTH POWDCa A prices PTBUO SQCAII : : : OcAtr,11'rr'

roll and increase the pension burden fn the establishment of new banks appropriated by the State to be used IPiaiLTT SjamJTlScIoSE

w in 114,000,000, annually. iu one of the surest indications of theSouth's with good judgment in completing buildings a. D. FULLER all u CHAc .......... _

increasing prosperity, it is Inter. and grounds! and a good; reliable FULLER & CUACK,

to Why: Not }lead This Way. bsting to notice what a large numberare man sent all through the North to all DENTISTS. : I

Why not have the thousands of disappointed I being started. The wide circula the fashionable resorts, from Coney epeeist attention riven to Crown Bridgework, ......-._... .._.._................._ x..I
Oil boomers come this tion of the Manufacturer Record among Island around via White mountains,, Goldplatw Ine to the bental and allllr'llt-clA111 Art. GILl adiinlHteredlor operation pertain the .............. .. w MM..M..J ..... _.

1 4 way, as the South has plenty of good bankers and other capitalists In Xe.w Niagara Falls. and through the West,, palnlws Nat.on&lll&nt extraction Building of teeth Office In Firs -.J lot .sT ir.- .M. .

land that awaits the new settler and York and New England, who look to putting up posters and lecturing when Oetttfmn !

j it for information about the he' ..................
+ : home' seeker The following public opportunities found a number together, and os. p. GARY M. D .M.M..L..M.M..M.M.! ..._._..:..
y lands can be found: Alabama,32,462,115acres for investment in the South, makes there would be the biggest rush MEAW'G iS"' ; .

( ; Arkansas ,,33,410,063 acres; Florida, this new feature of great value to the to the State that has ever been known T"--

37,931,520 acres; Louisiana, 28,731.090 people of all section of the country. this coming. winter, ana the most isolated rHYSICIAN AND SC&OIOS. ..__.ILL----.M..M..M.M.AND BELOW COST..__

l v crea; Mississippi, 30,179,840 acres; 1\111. The general---impiession- -- --prevails that corner of the State will receive Twentr48Tell Roams, Agnew yeary A GaryBlock iperlenoe, OCALA.la ....-.....'[.. ...........--.............:-..... -.. -
eourl 41,836,931 acres. fifty and a hundred fold for their few Diseases. dlJao'tm
there will be an extra session of Congress anlO,87-ly) ()
ti .- dollars that they would have in the in. i O-e
Postmaster. and that it will convene in October. I
A Lucky I The Savannah J\V : vestu> nt. MASTKIt SALE. .._.._ ...............M..M..M..L
The lucky postmaster of Guthrie, Oklahoma says Now I hope AND BY VIRTUE .. _
some man of influence UNDER OF A FINAL DF.. -"'-
One of the
Is DennU T. Flynn, a young strongest reasons the He- will foreclosure rendered by the 1101\ TFL ------ i'Y
publicans give for an extra session I'll the go up to Tallahassee while the JFIn1eyJud softheCireultr'ourt J '__ :

L.. Irishman of New York, who owes his necessity for settling the contested election Legislature is in session and help pass a 1's.Iarion\\I, wherein'QUUlr I,wu Fla"appointed, 011 the !lth 8prcCal jay of/ February and for .........-----.M..........-. _... ._.........._..___
appointment to Congressman Peters of cases before the regular session bill to that effect before it is too late I a certain. ('au..! alitexecutor: lItot Wet'n Mater hi ---...--

.C Kansas. lie was the first settler in the There are a good many of these cases, would go but I feel that I would! not hav THmU HOLMt4.: J. I'ASTH'R, detessel of the estateo t Lt '
4 and the most of them are from the a. rompl&ln _
new territory, and as he can enter a quar. South. It is undoubtedly the purposeof the right Intluen( ants ants, andGEnRGE I will olf.s r w.t1\11..o1l1'L\'OSI.sale et al. at defend:

r' ter section and locate a post-office on it, the republicans to decide every case If we can have a good representatio n IIU\'D. )'. APRIL l. In
front fUve.
the _..
the chances are if he will use KOCH busi. they dare to in favor of the Republican from one-halfof the counties of the State, ".tthlllihe legal COt.b 1 hllusedoor at treats FlorMa ._. ___...
he can in a short time be. contestant in order to increase t their ma we will make the finest der for essh the f un.ndselltothehlgpestbi 1t de.cibed :
Ij ness judgment display of horticulture
jority. A Republican contestant who I is ty situated III Mt riot County. Florida. 'roper" n.\f"FISHE:
millionaire. that has ever been shown The ul hair of 11 e louthelll to "It.I si. :
come a defeated will have a bad In. in th e very case "t'cllo
and ..
northwc ....
t ....
quarter of ....
d Fourth-class postmasterahips are not deed. If an extra session is called i it South, aud we will all be glad we live. mlon rlthi., ; all |In townhhlp fifteen nortbe&8t quart -.-..--
d' to will doubtless run close to the twentythreeeuteoutatningone south' rang! .. ....,. .... ... ... .
proverbial for a competency up regulareesdiou. Wishing the best success to the Semi. twenty array, more or lea "uu lred and LA-: ; ; "
but tbe Guthrie office will Indeed, it would not be surprising Tropical olie MW ill i. 7.
holders Exposition and
their if Congress should continue i in ] good luck t o Mayteha? pt.lI>tponed until )Ionda ........ FLU1t1DAf
be an exception to the rule, and Dennis session until the holiday. Marion county I am yours truly FORRKal L. RUBERT ---.M____.. .._
," T. Flynn will become the lucky holder J. W. DUUL. Marl Special Dlaxter UN, 1ttJJ,
of big stakes The price- of milk shakes hAS risen -- ---
_mot' from a nickel to a dime. The query Mr. Joe E.: Massy, vice-president of USeR 8NOWDEX & McFARLANE,.
Mrs. Mary'Vi i Crystal Him, arises: Is there a monopolistic trust the State Alliance, is in charge of Alliance wiI

s returned from a week's visit to Bronson that boosted the price of this delicious fruits and vegetables at Waldo. The 'aOI.tb -OUUI.l UI-

yesterday and took the last look at the position was offered Mr. Dehon 01G ANY ALL KINDS OR
summer drink 100 percent in our midst ol Fellowship 1 CtG
>' position and the fide display from 1 but his growing crops would i'AIL N COm

ttvUrtu; county to which/the/ assisted inV The Oklahoma boomer are said to be not permit him to accept. These clam Hato, IAFt latt 1

i; '"t e contributions. in great sutfering.f his attention first. 71asr ism. I

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r e" 'taken fffem f \ r'I:: ,. .( ; Fredcri II K,
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.a.4..-,.j. .. ,,: lr .".!!II"t -. nU'it'( 1dl 'bt tho lower) there Ho will not Attend and Olres Ad- ager of"The Florida "

.. .. ,nIi OP CAL, vice to the Ocala. Itlflet. '
be the tlon Company (Limits
lA. (ORAPIIJO: ""DOOM" .*. 7 It w 'at purr3'0 7 rtTof |f'Isambad I
;. FonNIA IT. ,. Or11' Secretary To the Editor of the Banner : I map of the ftntral IlOrtl

a lion Comn/tM the British Medical New York Society seems to be torn I of Florida, with the land! 6

Ii / Coirtpared AVIthenetterShc AsBOciall1* In this report the total abstainer from stem .to tern over time momentums ny dotted in blue, and a

i e FIori ran. artily bas as good A chance for question as to who shall compose the the central ,tier of counties
a 'ther9t 8ta) tuff Qualities, quadrille at the opening bf the Washington c '
ut.-Sh prtf Permanent lone l"*9 the confirmed Drunkard. Centennial ball, to be given in back of the same. The cot, :. 11/fj- ,

:r \"nll IID fp 'same garbled report was publish New York on the 29th, of A rii. : no lands in Marion, noh'lli ''.k ''' ''

I I1\ + .USE, IA., Apr. 15, Ib 9. In uforts Wine and Spirit Circular, oftuber This ball is to be given or the occasion which we are surprised to find "
of the celebration afore
10, 1888, and flooded the coun- id and Js I lowing description of our county !
.of the Banner: to be in honor of that Rrandjnaugurft* u
7 } during tho latter of our political In Nation county the land is 'I'. .
o t bscriber to your valuable, y part lion of one Inmdred years a\), l"0 the \ well timbered and sntable mostly for leIAnda. .

Behold ask a little to give Campaign. committee In eltargetieslretolave: the farming and for truing. This. section
papa/of Florida some ilea of thel The Voice sent The Circular1 editorial dance opened by those only w'lu 1're do'e1111l't1 lonntry has been developed lea' than an I

the tf the fruit business. to Mrs. Zadel Barnes Uustafron in Ix>n- from revolutionary 'erol't4. I oben, no tine of railroad baring yet reach, 4'elm ]

"rivldand of mine'qsited don Mrs. Gustafcon submitted it to Dr. That select 4K) who represent a\ tlut Anodismantday. establishes however means o"!'On nf'CU.
townsman be ,which will girt ,
sc California and in a l4"r J. Langdon Iownone of the most prominent is worth knowing in New York, in\jeir at )resent lacking, and M> pat this lortlon' 0 .....
I .y.,ill, la' London physicians, with a requestfor own opinion, desire run time allalr'\hJ the'OUnl1'1 on a level with sections ibat baYe. '
search formecial a thorough Investigation Dr. Dow, I giiesa they will do it toeumore fortunate la tile matter of trannnor. .\;'
stalled in a : t.Uoa, and tile settler who la '
tfl willing to go out l't': .
n $000,000 Ans to find any that t'invest.! in reply sends the retwrt of the Com- Mrs. Arahella De Sm> the! decend\i of th | mittee of the British Medical Association from plain Job fmith,, who held! \Vaahinvtnn' for ae<>lopmeGta, would secure cheaper homes r
A figure as a sure 10 per Ct: .. .. .,... .. __
lhb..m. ,
so al'e while old n h. .A m .n.__ /. ..... .
I that conducted the horse the ntlcman
MMI (t. After looking over And rlcl inquiry. _, \.e. quote! ? i! IOlnt& ----- --- ---- -- -- n "
me as with the UorutntUee summary (Jiritttttcol .Uttl.- got down and had a cUMin match with Timer t, vl
(tt, covered_ sagebrui heM at is no date when this remark.
b Ir Journal June Charles Lee Monmoiith[ Mrs. Jose ,
r /lowed with beds or [tOto' ask -the- 23,1888, page! 1,316)) : at ; +\\o\ ma was issued but as it contains .\

a cut acre, I ventult "NUMMARY. phine Olereigh, great-great grand-daughter 11'*QunthJl of Lake -f'
j/JOO per to make it who blacked Citrus, Pasco,
in law or Pat O'Uily .\
x a nate.Y gent what I could raised upon me apay "On the whole, then, in addition to the- General's- boots during, three of c. it; mot be or recent pn V 1)catlon.) ,',
Y ,,., 10 per cent. lie tent that said : the information which we obtained (rom the Mrs. Catherine Van years Jonee ill.. \of Marlon ta as gre\: t It not '"" '
war; reat .
r : Con .looting'Oval look of blank amaj tender-i of that these returns a..to the alcoholic habits whose husband is fourth in descent from tate any other county n the
Well you are the wiiome.1 Then as of inhabitants of this country and as b u'"e' largest bod1e ofvegeUbl bam
lax+nexer Jones, who kept a shop in iSO mock I d :
ever got this far fifty! his to the relative alcoholic habits of different '
crept over more and
poeiti PI1e on the White Plains road, and shod theGeneral's 'hpws oranges
whet an expression o1uch condescension occupations and classes, we nor
perC. may borne, are all members of the road. an ta" many mlJ 8ol 11-
Lift countenance wjhy raise| te] price on unfairly claim to have placed upon a ntlnlr snore 'rap
tendum while ten thol1 "ullo\'t'Jy with lmm up l1y
tisn. upi>or "
he answered : peaking of Los An--'as. basis of fact the following conclusions : other
scattered all this dan any
_ women, over goodlyn of Florida;:i P
Expedy it of I. That habitual in alcoholic
pose Of America, ad'thethe indulgence remarkable
Atis ml, are descended from the heroes w ho about it
ibita future ] out } >' :1 she| liquors beyond the most moderate
t a x left blood prints on the snow Clio their and Is a ports
Bd rer center leacoet opprf .,tnity in amount has a distinct ttndenryto thorten '
{ i bare feet and freedom from >>etler .
w' wrung \
)f the has made Ate gambling p&5l. 11 has life, the average thorUniiig beiny rOl4Qltly1rolorliomd tyrants: on many' a hard) fought thatWe ,ISlr ol( 0'uj' ,

epare t n that the realjaiito all but the last man to the l '!!rre of indulgence. f field. Mrs. 'irten will to call citizens 'I
long been a )\. Its name is' Dennis' *. That of men who jnuxed the age of !.i. Uj go on
ing i the bull next month her mho '
lUll formed) w so lily
a who bhk the ,,ti the life "f
of twenty-eight" times be- icily temperate, on average at i
Jus letttt ten than those u/io become husband will put up the! rent on a score I\nlIIlO much Pf our county \-f r
notices'Carne a Angeles and San Harnardino, !Itllr longer lend
of workingmen tu >av for the Ostlml'8 !In
twee.ce, of less than 100 miles., some of deiuledlynlewjttratt. We have not, in poor \ road building, ral !' ;{
fiddler The p.reat-graiid-dauihters\ of '
: known to ocl L on ,
Dr. a djead others dying. The towns these returns, the means of coming to every
; N. I1larchoueend are the men who droll l the lighting: will not go the State ..'
th \
there is work for the conclusion to the relative duration
no mechanic any as
le S./ pLying ( I And tlKMi, there is Kateau Hro\vnrthu ricajuiio.Tliu : ., : 'I' ..
( longer here and they are scattering of lire of total abstainers and habitually ., ;1tr "
rem colored dude of New York, Hiip|>osed I todestehd Noiith'M WA, :. 'r
I"A all directions. In temperate drinkers of alcoholic
a country BO near -
from Cuto Brown, who'uasWashington's "
deoendent. I.In to Paradise, one would expect to liquors. I! cook and servant'atYotktown We have repent tealletilook.'-.,r. \. A
: body
'' 3aind inane persons who were satisfied :5.: That in tho production of cirrhosis the, lion of atten- '
L''C''A& (1 can prove this for I saw the Soulhera 'pleto
contented and and alcoholic the
happy-whose homes gout; excess plays wry \1
'IJU.J'C.e l' camp! chest, with trying pan, cotleo )pmt, of extraordinary r de !Jod l .
1' fah, and <;| were worth more to them than to any marked part which it has been long butcher knife 1\11I11111 thu paraphernalia 1\\
fag, resy!fCiily body else-people who had come to stay, recognized as doing ; and that there is of a well regulated l kitchen, just they were just' enterii tl'he agent t f

nty del.lowwaa who would not sell at any price-but 1 no other disease anything like BO distinctly as Cato left them on Mat memorable capital) in time new IV'' I net,ot .. tJ

0 of .bd sought for even one such in vain. All traceable to thoellecta of alcoholic day in October, when \\ashlngton cut I still go on for Mme 'il b l'/rJy>I ;
to sell at the word liquors.
were ready
--"''''' \rrvith7llre The climate go.abroadis 4. That cirrhosis and tintf'trt oil Cornwall ht'.ll\t! one lick with his I II beyond all (liMit ion the \lcrn\
Ex ; #' .In as- so bodly trumpeted gout apart, I sword. The whole outfit m in the National ,
: not sanitarium Nasal ( of alcoholic linor nit her to to bo till field of the t
aitle and ae\:' a by any means. ( i* piedi- Museum at Washington city and aru rapt
catarrh, pneumonia, rheumatism and pose the body totiard the uttarls of dtnetuegnurally fur in tit t
I Yorktown where expansion .
baayasbt> W there I !la'I -not at years
re..l the kindred disorders too common to ex ( than to induce any special pathological \
I!duef. aM ehi jf cite remark, and the caution required to lesson. the head chopping took pliuv. for 1 am The Chicago RliliIJIIY.d 9 of .'. et
l' kin. not that old! lhog gone the English lan most observant and I ably 'Leli't
r avoid taking colds is much greater thanin 5. That in the etiology of chronic renal
!,; .Captain Cie : almost any other Northern or disease, alcoholic excess or the gout gmragoanyhow: It getsmmeso mixed I up the railway journals, in I of kite
ibe fact that' Nome times that could cm As we are I I''tli of April, present sow 8I4Uni
Iy ,- ': Western State. Their weather bureau which it induces probably plays special
j 'noll h nation KM( ) old and
ears we striking ,
atmre figures
upuonthe1 bject
will ) ;
; : \ anday, qui t sea make their winter average ti;itt: and part. I
) took look at met the summer only 77, thus making only 0. That there is no ground) for the belief ought to have an American language) 1 1 gt vei the ml lenge of rail w ay'pro ted,
l. a will to that lull, but liewon't lll'orl'orato.1 and under
1-10 variation. These figures they send that alcoholic excess leads in yutf 'go | actually n-
traita yeslerdajatlsltto n any KM : ho puts forty l D-s', on Htruction in the several States' b. ,
out broadcast and : 'What a climate special manner to the development of o r
makin.c. say
i gt "1 the en<7% name. No, no, Kateau Union in the period from tho fli oj s'
Beat it in disease
Italy, any where else if malignant and some reason to f
,'. .../..,';'tiJlr../; ; J. II. New ono can.' When the prosy fact is, a variation think it may delay its production. Fork /: ger"and a"nigger"in New January, 1SS'! >, to the 31st of March ",

t .;,/(, : hisfibroth of 15 to 40 occurs each 21 hours 7. That in the young alcoholic liquorsseem f small worm-eaten |potato. make HOIIIU extracts. Tho mileage t

'"aDd his ery most of the year. Fires are in order rather to check than to induce the You cafi go to time biggest ball ever j given the Southern; tatl.\118 given in detail,\ kt

Mr day and with wood formation of tubercle while In in Haytl and to one nt'arl1.KO large in follow .
;, '.Lady Lake, : every or evening at the old .. \ :
) ed with Florida 'or the $8 to.$1'J per eordand coal $15 to $22 | there is some reason to believe tho Cuba, but m, tin theso. United Mates of lULU raft UmDaaJwrau. ,

(" : ... ton, it costs something to enjoy that t eilectsare reversed. North America. No, no,not this century. ammraat.r.

'.Z. ,Marion. county. lovely climate. The : 8. That the Our home company, the Ocala Uilles, \1nlnla..M..... SM7 7111..
\ general cost ol living tendency to aitpoplcxy( is North t.llrolln..M. ..... 1,073 ..cJ
:. l bounty} in more than most other State in not in special m.inner induced wish to go, and at tins writing I don'tknow Mouth (Curullim................ 3N> tau
r' any | by
Y h bt The hitching tiff, the the Union. any I alcoholic habits. how bad they wish it, but I think lWxgia......................__ 1/41: 4s10Flurida \
.. long an ohiec ty have lots of ............................ lest t'lS -
10 .
,.. ws !us is a The outlook for southern California 5 H. That the tendency to bronchitis, un thev will throw away good money Alabama.Kentucky......._.................. 2.04.5 tMiOMh..I
;$1enryloaCer, in fruit culture is not 'flattering. The scale less perhaps in the y Jung, is not ullected anti( never get: within smelling distance .II'pi..M..M___. leas, M 3:

.; '. drug store, can :emaan*- bug is taking the orange groves in many I in any tlpt'cialmanner by alcoholic ex- of ect the hall.to attend Of course the ball they for will they not :I.p"MlNlla.I ::=.::::::::...... 1.IUU 1.SI7: rl6Arkamss. am

', that po.ion as places and is continually spreading despite cess. I l.tm
side oft ling the the effort to check it. The grape 10. That the mortality from pi>.. 7iC"\!i .aven't all got tho right kink of swallowtail ICKUJI. .::::::: :::::::..:=-= :. 6.J74: J.g: s.

the west wine industry ia already over done, and and probably that from ty*""**"' "- J. J*"' coats. They will come back This in u remarkable Ihow rilttruW

)fro Jno. Irvi; '/T. at $10 per ton does not pay. There is a also, u not especially affected. .,:. .ol.. home with about u barrel and, a half of These Htl\u'lIln re )>ec}.. lo niffffijcTimj. I"

new disease that has attacked the vine, ic habits. experience apiece and no money. diet jetted and under ednatructlon'prevent \ ,

John Pearson'/.y, which and 90 far bailies the skill of the wisest. 11. That prost rati ve enlargement and ter stay at homo boys, and l lets all go an aggregation cif new railway

A, west of Santos leer Moss, It is creating great ularm. tendency to cystitis are not especially:! induced down on the river and have the biggest far in advance of every other enterprises -
a1 improvements' e 8Jjff nt. I am glad to say that most of our P.elle by alcoholic excess. fish fry you ever wiw We will charter lion of the nation. Tho march of sec
fortable house a fjj&c\, Piaine friends at tyverside l.aveacheived 12, ThaI total abstinence und habitual a rowboat and u cquple scows, then on opment is tiow steadily southward AA'AA'e

out fruit trim subT the signal success they so well deserve. tempt'mnce augment coniideraMy the <'hame bright morning we will floatdowu the Soon it will be something far more .* .
many river and! Fort (iibs.on.I
Eighteen'years ago they founded Riverside of a death from old age or not anil decay capture midable than a march. It will
0 Mr. GodfreyEastern T ; into obtained their lands at a nominal without special pathological lesion. I shall not go to the ball in New York a tremendous rush. The great grow into t

price worked like beavers It is for oh'iOtl'a"ol1s, not the least< I in that money:;
the Fairchi this struck a bonanza very greatly to be regretted that kings, seeking saw worlds to
was in'the Riverside Navel the my crop u getting grassy. If any of our
turned returns to this inquiry were not far have turned their ayes eoutb1Vard.1Ley'I
and planted 10 prisedidis the boomers, sold out largely and arc now more numerous than they actually were readers go, please tell the managers why willl'OlUe Man ft> I

raising a fine Ar- letting the other fellow walk: The conclusions drawn from the Inquiry I cannot be there, and beg them not to
pine. land, with lice ed with I saw more tramps in the thirly day would then have had mu h more weight let the information cast a damper over i'ennjr IAjil.Vlltccl. -." :' .

them to Ocala wtd make I spent in southern Califoania than ever had been able to base them upon an aggregate the gathering. Tell them to let "Joy be the Henrl-Tropleal.

before in all JOY life. It seems they hail of 10,000 or :"'20JOO cases, instead uncontined," and to "on with the dance," '

ii for a good priceoil! trust, from all parts of the world. They al e of 4,000 and odd only." l'. n. x. and to "lay on McDutI" and to "let her We have noticed in the lUt of ( 1
ours are. until the rising arrivals !in the Ooala Dally IUVMU the
artists in their line ; they could pass M go Gallagher, sun tinges ; .! !
talk ia -
The gel '
Chicagothe models for our sentimental romancer Utica (Neb.) !Sun. all the orient with glory, and the milk names of several Havannahiana 'whl ri

Jacksonville cheap'Railroad They look young and vigorou+don't t The 16'lortdurouge, cart rattles o'er the stony btreet. Tell have visited thtt city since" the Opening'i )

+ Inclu h.l think them that I cannot leave the tender of the lieml-Tmpical| : )
wjj any of them went there fr their What language can justly sing the latter & Thu
; health. sandspur grass to dally with my corn, part of last week our young(rleildll ,
is owned
now praises of the Florida ? It the
11pht orange is I.. W. and :
The boomers arrange to time their richest but I will ho with them in spirit. Ii Eugene: Roberta and j&rnea H.
juiciest sweetest finest flavored
Plant system an4, HOBS, a trio of clever
excursions rnYllfl'amsl will whirl Mrs. Llx:: TH-M an
Eastern voting
so people can M'e fruit on the market and is growing better men a*
late superintend, that country at its best in January ant I l every year. dential .andidatresx: Ikhu 1 IxVk\\ \v.l, i are courting in NmuiMah.'pald: a rislt to

press Company <:h be Fsbiuary, whicy corresponds to our M I'y' The old world orange cannot : through the iQH/y giddies i of tiv? .>. -d.ince, I, the Kemi.Tropical, taking In the sights of .\

the lines, strengJ' made and June in landscape scenery. The l.OOUotrast with this golden globe of "cool compare, sweet, and will take minus second limn with that their(grand exhibition. We failed to gee .1 g ,

is so great to people just out of sugary moisturo." Messina Harris Benjamin as he slapa me on time natue recorded among the hotel 4 k
Professor G. can snowbanks ; oranges are shoulder and messing shirt front arrivals and suppose they
Q.ou that it takes them off their shipped{ to us over seas from hicily arid\ my hunK uu" .
:Belleview, who cle' *S |J base, and they are easily persuaded to sold at the rate of twenty for 2-> cent nays-"Hie! Tomishule boy, voume'rnun somewhere Their time was limited, .
.Ith give up all their money for the "tin retail. The inferior. to hie! White Housh-:irive you ollisli but they made good use of It while In
Mass. most Florida
Quincy, at; of old whistle." oranges 'Calla olllth hie1! thu beautiful city of Ocala. and returned
But after four or five inontl:a are sold wntetimennot often-as \post some more $ 'I :
tion safely, whereup our without of rain wlnsW home highly pluawsl with their .
a drop the dust abounds low aa sixteen for 25 cents. But the or trip. .\
ing the summer, $ We and the sea breeze daily picks up a Iil'l'e Messina orange is soft, pulpy and Yea. I wish I could go to the ball, but They only regret they did not bave if:! ', ',.'
out of that high dry. since I cannot let me advise till least a week to perambulate about ;I
be the Professor1 priced country and squanders You will know it by its deep orange akin. my little tI('
ILtli it In friends to from that city and enjoy !its sights
I II'th. Aj'iarbleI a most reckless manner. I The rind u sometimes half an inch stay away gatheringof ,
f 1 lappened to see a specimen of that lid'igillful" thick. It runs to rind the nabobs\ ant! nave a fish-fry nearer 'CO --- = t'

I f I"" vorite garble kea breeze. Everybody on the The Florida orange,on apparently.the{ other hand home. What has become of the old- Dr. Thomas L WraggTthe physician ,

reekly't' > WitS streets looked as if they had been working i il4 thin skinned, like the true native, fashioned ftth-fry, anyhow who was shot l hut week in Qafncy by ,

..a'birh at the tail end of a threshing, American it is. The most popular variety 0T TOM BAWYKH. ;Mr. Charlen Dupont, died the next day. j
machine. Such things fur After realizing that hh wounds
10WiUglin.1.- daily bix in the russet crated were
i J JEichbu months In-cume monotonous. In America Mal W. D. liickharu, editor of the mortal and that ho would soon be
".s that 9 t over 0(10,000,000; orange Dayton ((0.) Mate-Journal and who in ushered into the
\ I think it is very stra.ige why jieopleand are consumed presence of his maker
That ,
i Pitls- more especially IJhouJI : every year. makes speaking| of the 14.41111 is! so vindictive Inspirit we learn that Dr. Vtngg called Iu .
> \ Mont |floor {people ten apiece for every man, woman and wit. .'
also and violent in languageseems to nines and
I Hock ton country like California when child in the solemnly proUwted his. entire -
lj \ crystal that I. Florida holds out so many advantages raised lu this country. They are not all lie in bin dotage and hardly resj>onflib1e aim absolute innocence of tho offence ,

It ,tdelphidtll over any other State in Union ; mot e Florida ships country however though for what he says. lie in the laugliing-! for which he wad"shot. Those acmuin171 -
annually IJ.OoO.txxj boxes.
d | : U me I specialjy) in the way of cheap land and, tier orange to the stock ol. the Ohio papers und th" with the doctor and l btnlliar with .t.

u .ttx v mild climate. There fright railway Ohio papers generally are a hard his high sense of honor ..
O 'k' are thousands fOOOOOO: are fully ,er- \ ...
on alone.
r ; The
cost of \
coat acres of good' land in Florida that l 118 set It is claimed that the old sun ol! that lie died victim to
can gathering and an un. I'
packing the fruit in
' Lee flair Boston, bought for from $5 to $.!5 j per acre, and 000. And a first class ton acre Florida$ man has been worrying (lime life just and unfounded stwplcion. A judicial -

ParB.H; him m 10 acres in fruit is worth more than K-0 oronge grove U worth out of lilalne (in trying to get him to ap investigation) it is hoped will re I+ r
f'AiO.OOO. Amer. :
1 2 too. W'.J he.came acres In the West, and it does not co t lean culture point a "converted Jew" as minister to veal the whole truth and justify: Inno
r orange going to be of ..
ands from one Jerusalem, the old gentleman childishly: cence. no matter
I one to three thousand dollars forJmplemenU J our most flourishing industries. on which side it may #JU 4 II

to carry it on. It is. a par, : L_ believing. that that wax all that WM. be. Mr. Charles Dupont| the slayer.and ,[,7

ihiw for a man with small weAns if he 1 ia Idaho is ambition----of speedily---- follow necea ary to convert all the Jews of Mr. Win. Braswell \Use tinner, Jib informer .;tM' tau ,.
to work." Yours Jerusalem to Christianity. If that ia. have been bound ,
truly, Lag Dakota over to
tilling U. W. Wzu.s.a.Waltp Into Montana god WaAhlujfton; the condition thA old mao .U In( we take at the next term of the Circuit c appear .r--1;;; :
Statehood <'urL- ; s
r back all w* have ever said about him Palluh weute. m ..... ;:;;:u; II

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alxuatIlan t h-. alit la Bill Nye on Joseph Cook. "
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stthe A nr.conu.r Strolling about over the tube s. '
t"n &
hive for the last four months, I haul rIw 1i1l&iiTr1is4

i' county 1'01', ..At u- tthe.ltec.t. GaleTUhMit I&'.. ra... Tbru Injury_<
r with: a number men,
n Teste'tly "I1wo ;unship Qty of Antooio,* and thinking :
in line
fL1o tril' = prominent some
the as a \\trot....- I II I ( 1c&i ,1 itch, sf the )h11ofr hew. 1U 1 that their personal, appearance a* it \ SAN

i Few '* oft the maratepl.IAlril 5thvliteiarat track me might be of interest to the I --0.OCA4t
d40-: reader I have reluctantly consented" to
I bf> t hH':: ODe hudNftL rt ereritr ,
t rt ..' t write sews impressions of a few!' under
lstn. Yeitb. :be .
ea.erretstrtrJ the fearia
in f1' .... the general title of "Eminent Men
., ''r 'pr butt lso art antic;* =fe I f' pw. K' the alt aael tb, r..mngtIUM I Whom I Have S..." .
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rare o ther'rer: fi'r'a I 'b toe perfect safety and Joseph Cook, is the greatest man we \ 3815.

.i a r. lit anidaf la Nw York aboct Uiirty-dix: have on the fare of the today, according I. _
to calculations nude by himself would ----
iu+nrstate trai* e L CEEEOBSCAPITAL TO t
naturally come first. lie is a grand "
btu The gate cl Tenn": Captain Wil I.I..ru. hu all I \ BA.\K f
and ales t .1 entjed thinking thou
fr ast3: man in i .
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> ltuae s&aI01 throat4 lie \ 1 ,
',O'a: !& Gras n'1 the time,of which he i* the tbaie. S .t
the N.rM: + t r3* cuoki&f :oatb. and rvnt ._ ....
dar off donng .
Cn k., occasionally takes a ,C fi
NCrtl ?
w ? tiete'i eiee Teat nk > to the .ink.nl! in SURPLUS .- "_..., WI
w'liieh time he curse: newspaper \
N Paris
ffie. lafi'ae4 is Tetgsel -.klFnthW,- saTteC her entire ECAUI
will Tint H' tst Left an earnest way, then be goes back: to .

:( bey,Scotland: and' ., mrid arts W&1iansi al g'Ttai uxnf tarts to Sleeved the -Tesa Otflcercf J I i. t Lover over. his porcelain net- ?jK oflhouht. \ ED A ill
J i far _as Con tan naJut. :.- wdc&teerect n. "Tesasaznred acd pet *off about in asuz4likni }f f9th i Joseph Cook rnmht have a good deal Jso. F. DcxxVfuW, OFFIClj. .- '

The Fever t I of fun if he would lust oversee the un>- I
'I 7e.: 1JDt. CQ Nt t.eide bcrs lI.a ..'0 tot lust. and < I -
else do
;"" The matrimonKi'sia. S ror w cs *$. suki OQ her netsra trip Tbor dar, the ;, verge daytimea and I let somebody Dl.Uu. GAIN
t it at night but the slightest irregularityin .
.' Dreading since tti '" ca&en at qcuI 11'". Creek FH"UWW wtb boat ninety \ .
will bring
the habits of a planet
!acked. One of 14 wa eu cf o<m imf'nL I all \ .
lie orrit'lJ
of bed the
out instantly w
job rooms thU ., vn&d; toswu: sutra n. strsl.ner uetess'atstain llot jet, -
ma'i.' charming ; LIIU sCtit's lrpu.!+' tine rescued the en aad "
Icwt. B.
5y i wedding moil A frunulwiu) wath *i : Urw cnew al a vweei jan-l from Darien away into the bush and get his GWt tuti.actiGN 10 elL eley'wt ru

juentappear not for bereT oar.te wa TtndWr tAa,l j to Nee York Her tint officer cannotrvcviTr : lie dreads to die, not so much on bespared General Bml-irgbasinrubur EFT 1NA11t'RCOYTAI .
own recount, but because he wants to
to see BQPtf too mach He heroic I Iia EzrMy
[ ii i : pruap.: was
t to those who are to! poorly prepared mlALE9liUdltU
all that. ,a-: the xtnme ant came very U i iazf
Mn ma tlOlt-I to 1 net: along without htm.
John *;vici telegram.i which wi# be | : his e.a R&f. They* esperienced j jnan. When he colicky and (fretful it U : -
j : >*i of tkia sane fear ul hurril'aDet butpwtaeetlthruc
r' in The interest! br our vesn taM tx without .tainingd.th j' not that he cares a cent about it personally UIItEC5 i
met twill :' eu I bat because he is all the time afraidto
; read f :'u rive, by D. EL: Tastes j jgrow .wa .. : -\r--
4 havj I -. MaHorr line Is die and It'atbe universe in the JNO. F. DUNK, l AND iS7s'A
popular<< certainly
i pB' Saw YORK. jprS :21.JllilM : I hands: of the Creator. He has been aoniMomed CHAS.RHEINAUER: \
W. bar aded Florida 1
B F.bta reoxas to our I>eopl -
Ilenrymoney] *. They bare been doing: service Cor'' for HI long to go around with HARVEY KNIGHT, \, 1:.
tn Lr. ewe co C1nJ-4ftT. JWp he&TJ: a long-noted oilcan searching for a hot IJ
r a dotted: of more yurt into Florida and J. C. FERINE,
journal in the solar that he actually i
who be learned will be Flor- system B. McCOX X-
r, rum caa a w
Mare "t.'eIYed..3 Price believe himself to be largely responsible !
a ig I
\ i ill* Hue i.addakdy: with an improvedseme
more perth I n.r iu for atmospheric conditions:
ftiuma0a :* and astronomical phenomena. 'L.-
c .years Bubert Ue xler bar void tin &.... +L- i Leiebsnzee -- -- --- CORRWOXDE&lirk

If T. at Lake' iSty. to J. 3L Dudrf, Glee Hlua Credit. TrtlrGatxrra
you ,. Kentucky. Mr. BPxW! will What U the" Matter with the Talta 1okal Bank of .Vo York.Rnk
journal Oir county u .Urvtlr indebted to )Iaj.Q. .
laid pi. tryudau extended tour of Europe during tmassecart" of Sttra>..eaAn.t0
r F Rooks; Fraitltnd Tark for the
specimen the summer and fall. Lotti..ttit e rot
bar ilQL'"ett zed rvpaUtioa achieved at CVaU.H A Srtrf.Bsrios.-Now', while our State td ,
veil AUiartSou Y Queer' Htirc! of Moti: ''y.In leas. teen untiring in his efforts to treasury w empty our Governor i calling

| .me of the Indian villiaunaor Brit- keep up oar exhibit there, and its attrattite I'' for a loan to i Imp legislative. expenPVM. -

the 'i Guiarut. Ira Thnrui noticed many :arran ei.ent is due in a !greatmeasure and ordering; an increaMnl assessment -

The lmpi led animal*---nu'li JM parmta, mn z*!!. to bid superior taste anti jud e- and our county |I'' Icrsareteeming! :f
clew deer gets in reap v j mmwt&n monkey, toucan, etc.- meta II.* has devoted nearly all of his w ills tax sales: ttrikea us as being a very r
: time since the Expoition Of ned to the tpcrtuue time for reducing FiIF
Clar Hampshire, \j rhicn>whero I1 t"CI an currmu-y U> adjust exjt'iise
' )>alan<*9 in' tha bartennij between the patriotic work of making an enviable It duce not rtHUire an expert| to find Stort
Chandler itrerent: TillugP name for oar county (A'ala, and 1 in his many ii ttttetessary attaches drawiu! 0 .'
((1, publicans tract iforts to this end be IrasdraNti liberally\ more per hem than the cabinet otliccr, OCATTCJ.347 .

1 tidal and a** :J\\ lip...''_t Art. I'rwniiuiu Crwa his own groves and intrdviis as anti the luoat obtuse can, by glancing Ocllllt, '
We- om UAttf callinir attention t.) the veil x. UKMH. of bu nei hboret lie haslent around the Capitol discover useless} expeoditures m

: The San Curt that Mr. GHtI. W iltwka, pn,i+it*nt of ,. fully half his time at (.V-ali.; tnakin jaG.sit | l of the |>eople's money. It
'r p the StmUTmpical EiposiUon, odVtreii a thirty \iaits: thither and Il'iyilll: 1! wa f"r extru\i,<\nl'UU well ts for tual-\
' honest'OJH II o ruU art premium of ,*.:5. fiir which fait fare nearly every lime. F.er: >' ex- 1! fra-aiHv and iiuviu latency) in otlice ALE

'f OJHDem'ontw ; Pmft Br r Colby r.ont.tnll,il and secured pease incurred by hint has been met out : that the carpetbaggers' aiul'iuvroes were
I 'I ofbuown picket and he must, conseueolly !Licked mt HI. I IStJ. and the Y 4't-
,' be ea} by the maantlicitnt erayoo hot fI1lt=ute+ Democracy 11 K
t1me. &/ if r, Wilson .a haunt:: the art CIXD- I' <| be out M-\eral: hundred dullara.Notttbtandiii I of 1 Fl lor..l.i t.in not all lrll to allow our
Biitla war1 ti.i: ta* ap:- 'eul art prii. his hating: had no I i olti hlnii t..l lot steered on to the saute !
1ftl oouroe; Certainly/ f*ati.tr UPrt)/rt *r'4 cap loe\'Uh'.ar| help, he has Lil>ure>l nufs-! breakers It we do not correct the ntns.ll ugs

thong Lot he tfaMn" it a* Lit ut a punitatin,, sandy and nnfomplaiitin and the I 1 I aLu"" .-llla.t naturally creep into the admmiMralum .

that cgeadeatioraaaatt aiue: +t artirt.a result u that l lake ouiiitx HUM Uuds at I of a strong party in |K>wer.i .
the head, of the \ht of the first counties t will Paid Up Capital
I ..1! *-* --- i, we wake up iune beautiful election -
r ent i The Sanir- ftt Florida. of F)*>rida. All honor to Major liooLs.Ve 1: morning) to (Und the l tenners of Democ-
,Jgrt The iis ree! \ more that the c-ounty comniisNioners i 1: racy trailing in the du t. $50,000. t'e TOILET
t the o1Pjn rr J.JeSo'l always | biubit : five him. vote of thanks ana that it bo I I' _
M I .b might tie more interesting j recorded the archives uf the Sf'"III'I'l'r"ltil'itlmtl..
( ; strtMiiwilll L1 its ie.ler. Mme thisaewuolll t:" w. .\is\ Iss-: ..r".. t ,.
''m: There!! i is haul to be a scarcity of $Wu
nuke icuudi
,, at very '
one o1icI ActUlly at Tampa. bill, but must confess 4
) \ i Indeed Lot are appn 9 eI oat we that tt c had n t

e. coiuiI IoQlt for the ftiiit?'>> of the jartSt>; The umor of Taui>a bl'lhllt.th" lolluw- noticed it.-Ltedl' C\Ucn. ,.-t Stock I IZER
11'ibble--Ion t tell me that advertising
i ed ; and yet Unaie name |>vrs6n in: to the Haiti more Miinufiictur, _
t n R,lsfia ro, 10 abieuietl often feel l at liberty Keconl: amounts to anything.' 1 advertised ; brands
three coiiMViiti\c Lars for old
e. s + JM the editor when comethingin an woman ,.
Within the lat three months twociear to act as housekeeper and
OO teit1Mt which they do not like never received
h print Inti. factories, with a combined ca|>adt.v of a Mtigle l aiuwer.Wabble ,
,t t, relledFltrn top their p.1rer.\An-iJan ( ) ;73GUOOiO( cigars\ annually, have been -It was jour own fault that A.. MCIN 2'YRF, Ocsra, I'u3jamS

erected and in Other didn't. Yea I.should have
t314 ---- -- are icration.> you advertised -
't '. ,Is n.mloii Olrl Stuck to Him.KVhenAtfrtd factories Mill probably .be erected this for a middle-age \\0Il1au.-7 SURPLUS

W. }:Klens a reckless suuiniet 31o srt. \'. Martinez, Yl>or & Jluutt 11)ru. .__
real-twtate broker, arrested last Co have just finished a 4<)-foot addition When a modernouth be..tnue eubconcvd .w-- j

r t tU ng for forisinj' a deed to bo hU inpSila to their brick factory. 'Tawl'| has also in a street car the ladies discover One of the tintsl and brit tYllllil'I.,1, TION:::::: I
t two saw and plaining Umllbidl hive that he doenn't belong to the rising bauk. 1Wo have haukin r.
in court >
Fit to-day, a 1I1..lal fahtll'1S
rl, appeare.1 fur ::::: I
;: r y V&ciOU810UD lady caumsd quite a sen- been runnint iiitrht and day ever &ma eneratlouiuuLers (uue/fc. W" a ill eatehd every courtesy and rualiug: l\U ._..'...._.._

> Hon by d rlarintc that he was hervet October last, and ate sill( unable to supply A ilever new I.l|>ai>cr man puts his i.ews oanking) and shall give IINII1J1t and favor to 0 ........:......._.....
that they were to !>e marrietl neatunday the .demand r lumber. The outputof items from Chicago and llolon under We 80 .:.t your HANK careful attend .
night and that she projiosed to luinWr! for 1SSUS several million the title of"Pork and licans.-JJunreut. guarantee entire satisfaction.ACCOUNT and

I-|bail him out, offering a mortgage of feet. The magnificent tire proof hotel I Unity."How l ll.
...._.__ .
1,0011.(>. The young u>an'* friends had being built bv the. Plant Investment Co.. it Feels to Take a Hath," i is the' :

always suplxae I he \U engagtri to s U being rapidly, pushed to completion, big headline on a long article in a Western t. / 1.----* .:...
lady in the South, here his family and one at least will be ready for jvaj>er. Western t'liitoril"l'r hesitate CORRESPOND ,*

young U said to be prominently connected occupancy. during the towing season. It to sacrifice their |>ert>oiial\ feelings in rl'l & Trailers National &OW.,COST.IUllol.h .

-.Edena.ubut a boy in api'earance, but will bo thu largest hotel America, and order to !get a pieceoi"t sensational\ ne", f. .:::: ::
(he attempted to awing some of the lar- the only strictly tlre.1 roof hotel ever -&>infrulle Journal. ) Outhera Bank ot CeorW '.

rgest WAl-e tate dells of allY oul-of,town built, the material bem)* brick, btone, j Ieil Special Corl"l'81)Qudeut8 !I

The .**sa1stt rtrrtt 1city. lie was azent steel and 5 u\,\&**. Its f'"timat""ll'tlt when I Slog Cholera.In dM9 in all hupo I

lucky poulaboma. ,I;bere for J, T. laiMa: +ter, of Ocala, } h". completeil will reach, if not exceed, the Southern .Farm for March
U Denni'' fOo!< >oxw.) a ...
.lle war held In f::.UA) bail.-Hotton JtUyruw. : I corruspoudent from (ireene county, ---
Irishman of New _-.- ___ ____ Death of T..1. Shine. Georgia, who has been trying to raise THE'M ,
appointment toKansas. ,/ New 'York's Big Tire. his own meat, but )has bt>conie disoour O N----
11'. d c The Orlando Dally RtcorJ of April aced by the lavageaof (cholera asks! if
4 ttet3It The bluest and fiercest fire New 20th reached our sanctum today in thej-e is any preventative Uepl'lug,the
near veer Y r Yorkers have Untied in a number'of mourning over the death of Capt. T. J. editor, Dr.:W. !.. Jones, says .
ter yeaia
fire swept the east bank of the North : county and outs of the noblest citi- curs the sick hogs should be ht'llt.'rlth,1| Main Street
river from Fifty-ninth street to what cons of Orlando lIe was Captain of the at once from hone unatlecttnl, and tin;, O<
would bo Sixty-fifth street, if the *-beet Orlando (mania, Provident of the First former killed and burned The wel .
ran to the river there. It destiflyrd National} Hank of Orlando a director of hogs should be reiuoMxl 10 a new plateN

more than |1/>00,01X) worth of property the Uas und Klectric 1/ght! Comiuny, the sick hogs him not been, and .." .. .
belonging to the New York Central railroad President ot the Orlando street railway each animal should bo given daily two .NNTh
and at least K> ( ) worth of stored and a member of other public enterprises. drachms of milphit of htxla. In addi e Hotel 5Kdkl ::-- -

lard, dour und the Ilk*, belonging: to Ilawasa native of Tallahassee, son of lion to this there should lie kept in a N.NN.N.I..N.N..N.N.N..N.,,,
other persons; notably N. K. Fairbanks, old General Shine! and married Miss trough (under shelter) a mixture of six

the great Chicago lard merchant. It Martha V I'PJHW: of the well-known and tjrtarU of salt, one quart of strong a Les, FIRST..CLA SS I N -. ..N .
of tttltlty two elevators and the big historic and one of owdered charcoal and ........................ A .N N-
blpf destroyed big Ep|*+et family Virginia, a out ................................
c Vanderbuilt building, stretching from lineal descvudeut of the illustrous Jetlerson. )pound each of copperas and blueotoue,

slat.31returned 69th to COth street, and occupied jointlyby and two of cooking soda If, after hcpe- Aledrie bell. in every roop, Jfot ant
; the Fairbanks lard refinery and the Mr. Shine \\'11ItG years of age: and ration, any home shows signs of sickness rufd lulu (bt (NE,.
lloasiter etosea and wiped out the dock I, died ol dysentery, a disease& now pte\al- it should be viHrated! at once (rom the *t +ttllnrvrlers, 93 rmnuleer brit! Aa,
eat rday at property\ the New York Central syab eat iu many parta' of the State lib herd. For disinfecting IIt.'UIIlan.1 grounds

Impositionitma Urn from &OUi to J>at 65th street. death U a loan to the; wole 5tato.Jr. limo I Ia now much lecommeuded.
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-ThisExposition, incorporated under the laws of the *ti te of( Vlorida, opened at .


I :a, dI aii r mi mm, FLMM w\n r \\ ( 29tll 2 1 .. r t

CLOSE MAY ,FIRST 188* 'I 'a.',

.A ,
position of Pomological, Horticultural and Agricultural ucts of Florida) and her soils, timbers, woods, minerals and live sto, >f.. e I
nterest from all States and countries. Entry is open to the world for the display of its products. No charge for entries nor : *", '3KivI >

.,t j"h" I u "WitiofartSSii '
i w Ike4y Experimental Station for improvement and development of products indigenous to this section has been located contiguous to our <" the pr&ductsToribits '''p

tnotices of all descriptions, particularly) those pertaining to the arts; mechanics aud'agriculture: guaranteeing uniform courtesy to alll'dn\ mg| '. r.
ground H S.t S. i

CASH PREMIUM -LIST, $3,500. \V t; f

rI 'land le \ {
9ina rent

tdrnt r, President. DI.FOI, First Vice-President. DRJII. KNIGHT Second Vfce-tC 1 a "

'"' Je L, SR., General Manager. G. 8. MAYO, Trea& splendid e'r ." Yt
des ,
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' 1 ; t :b'eb', h'and".;was Expo ill 0 a i 81 National Bank TI1e Jercllants'' National Banl I -THE- C d

; are.b ay as 1 1i b< -1011010 ""
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aild 8f' Ii.OF. OCALA, .

I; .11>Captain cl4-: Florida.N0. EEOF OCALA E
ate. fact that ,
,,"-al'lda1, quit 3470. Do
{', bk a look atifreltsyesterda'
i v ,_ :'''' -NO. 3.815.-- STOREWILL
$ ..' ?f Mr.; j. u. w f;e-7 1_ TAKE-

1 r"a'visit to hisf, SUCCESSORS TO THE BANK OF OCALA.
"\ \ rod his broth I i No Second PlaceIN
t t
'. tf .Lad.r Lab, Mr rt
,If.II! : ed with Florid.t't Authorized Capital CAPITAL STOCK S oOOo.OUSUUl.LUS. '

; rfon .
\ \ county G5O.OO
i' IJTHYKWl ftfl
\; The hitching $150,000. .

',' [,. 10 long an obi
t e r W.n.COUCJI.V.I OFPICEH8. : of Goods and Low Price, '
every loafer JNO. F. nUNN, 1'rttMtru
,In {
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;, drug store, can r 'E. P. DISMUKKS, -0Goons \ .
,, WeePrtridtnt.R.
that '"
poison as B. McCoNVELL CathifiBang
,1, the west side of \ JOHIIHI) I t
+; Mr.Jno.7rvhi -- -U'- .
t John now eitZvluhfd m our new and elegant 1 Bank building we are..prepared to guarantee
Pearson -Located( next door to FlntWaUontl[Rant
ItNTYBE.. OAS=I=. tatiifaction to all. ) .
west of
Santos, hi. General Ranking bunnr[rat<*a improvements
fortable house al P-S $7.OOO.OO
out many fruit ti .
-iat equipped banking houses in the State owned by the COMPLETE; L'll'tE- '.
Godfrey Fhtie9, for making Collections on all accessible points. : BOARD OF" DIRECTORS.:--- \
Pies the Fairthild urtesy and favor to our customers consistent with safe -OFHARDWARE- i
and planted 10 ac(npt and careful attention to aU! business entrusted to us .
w raising a fine Je'jK!;ction.I ACCOUNT. and all business In our line] and : : "' ,
pine land, withoij JNO. F. DUNN;x.' E. P.DISMUKES, ,
them CHAS.HI I EU.A U El.\. J.A. EINSTEIN, ,
to Ocala .*. .
for a good J. C.FERINE, .

., the The Jacksonville tAlk i;gen,;,ofra! National Bank, Now York, N. Y.; R. B. MCDONNELL. Sasll!I Doors) !Blin s

Railroad, includinj: rn Bank of Georgia, Savannah. ;T--

1' "Plant now owned ai lents in all important cities: in the West.HONTEZUMA. CORRESPONDENT : -AT-
system and t 81111!
?,, late Rational Park Bank of New York. Ja1lmCttJtOAal Dank
auperintenden of Bonon.
press Company i, National Bank of Savannah Georg.nwl0 f&. A. E. DUST

the lines,strengthe -89 Lomitvittt Banking Company, Louisville, Ky Imll-M

Professor G. Q. i ,
BeJleView, who 1 -IF YOU WANT OOOD8 IN THE-
dep W. W.
Quincy? | l\flLAA.\ ,..rriv C. L&
tion I
safely ,
where tl Street, Ocala, Fla.
fng the summer,aJ \ Jewelry\ StoreShines -DrugLine
be tit" Professor' J
f 'I ,rth. AS ,......... ..NN..NN..H.,1N.NL..LL.-.1....................._ replete with everything in --0- HEADQUARrERSrOR

} I...-...................oo....._......._........._..............._....._ yourself. THE PLACE' : THEM PIANOSMnsical
lowing' .._
p at the ..ASS IN ALL RESPECTS= t

( 'Eichburg Moj,!!....-..............................................-...............-..--.- -13 AT- -J-AfD-
% Strings for Mualca Instruments a DR -D LOUESTWEST
I rIot. and cold batht. O nnmo
e : #Crystal delphia Ri, \ 95 rcom New brick MUle and new furniture.J. Work on repair of Clock and' watches. -{ SIDcs ARLOCAi.A )- Instruments I
G ile I Ouaranteed. ,
: D. II
Or.i ;:key i U. F.D' P, HALL Lessee Jan. 1, 1SW. 29dw d"lC31-1Da Rhelnauer's. old Stand. I I I 17l. t I FLORIDA OCALA \ TLA
Pa flair; o. i
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TED '' mtuja grass .weatycre roost we I kept hotel plant sold M or best I. \ : ', urn.. tflmv.t... -
Plantation pasture, on b in splea did Iiarne tt 1l0U3e reuo u na e rate, Ia, t the food can e7ua Ii -V; "' JIII .. .. .. ...... __: _,'1\.: ....
near OxfoM. .annh Ground 'AIapea' .. .... '(t,.
conducted Ga.. ... (
*> 1 l' ,S Pure: \1 .. ..._ II(
MrM. i/ long p ate Of -
.t L. Meal Potalh ...... : ()
York !I'orldy "wnett."_.I.A,wItf bye and. ar "00d otton,..I //i'f"I ) \ Kosre sor>tq" *"".-1:1: "**'.II 11
marl I e
kro + Prt7 d-w 3mG Lou.aJDOz,Agent ; h''n.?. Oea.Ja.. .,..--.7.1.\.. II

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d Iptlon Rate/ 1400.t2ft..

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1150 /

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J apply- a& office or a
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Business Manager

? Situation of ",eve WantedA rat Tean. expt ri- i I

gentlemen grafting' and c1ttivatinorAn.re
fOre in jlTO"'lnl! handling and market .

inn faun. trees of sr and CroYdttfntltheavicinltytof 1 0 ,

,: furni hed. At. .
0..1& Beet reterenresBreve )
r D or call on E. L. Ley M furnishedbr p1Fa ,
I information can be
;;, B.-Any
fie,, J, l.Ley, Ocala, Fla. % .

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uapr Magnolia Nursery. 'dO' 1u1b \J V li.L J.
: : ,
of OJ ..
bet variety
finest anti
The for the money t to b \%hr Ltt.. ,
trees least W. & F. D. W AI'll: .s; .

wSfE'bld. Belleview1 a
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PO8ition. aA.book. I'r-
accountant e buslne6t .
and bank.'n!!
tile W. Y. I. 123aprtd .
ence8. Plum- '
e stock '. This will

R. E. y0:1GE ACJ/- prices and products
i manufactures
bent Can and
gooddSldeclm work a The { l
and fret for Sale

w C. C. Carroll, + t&T& WED.

Pekin unty exhibit, ti\

At $1 per doze IlaprlwComnaslonPt .


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it. UUVAL- RecstvcR.Tilneused GEO. AV. ;

Feb. 1, 1889. k1: l C. W.

f 7 I IIOUTHIUUC lvtllOlf 1 8 4

10 00 a T Fernandina Ar 8 o.5 p': 8O& t
1 20 P LT JackllOny'UeAr 201 p:; :5) a
V p 12 20 P Lv Canab..n Ar 158 p;: 640 a ,
'11 p 23.'i P Lv Baldwin Ar 12 42 P: 480 a J
Sp 372pArLawtey ArIlbNai8L5a
(, 32 p : 89 p Ar Htarke n 2A :' 2 b5 a115p 'inn ,
OtpAr Waldo b4 ; 2 U5 ap
J2 07 a 4 U pAr Jlawtbonle Ar 1023 a': 140 a ,
1 12 a 6 07 pAr Ocala Ar IJ 07 p,104A/ P 5)s.
4 06 a 7 2'J pAr Wildwood Ar 8 00 a!; 948/ P
b 00. 760 pAt LeCliburg Ar 7Jj: ai: 1110 p J
64a 820 pAr Tu..rea I.v 110 a; 700pA I t
10 a 10 Ar Urtando_ LT Ii 45 ai 815'p'IOU. On.iln..
-"'- n.
}r 'r1 "L:. LJIUT&D 60'

7 10- a LT ernsndlna. Ar 110 p MAHTEU'S SALE. I
IJ 16 a LT JackllOny'l\e\ Ar 5 2'i P THE OCALA H ]
1000 a Ar Baldwin Ar 4Y r AND BY VIRTUE OF A FINAL DE-
10 U a Ar Lawtef Ar II M P UNDER rendered
by lion. J J. Fin ,
10 blJ" Ar t&rke Ar 8 89 P ley, Judge of the ClrcultcourtInandforMarion !
112$ a U Waldo Ar a 243 16 p county, Florida, on the Wth day of March, A. D ( EUROPEAN P1AN) '
Hawthorne Ar P :
n 01 p Ar iww.Inacauiie wherein CLARA B. WALLACE
Dinner 1 21 ar Ocala Ar 1 21 p Dinner ft. at,,
11 M areconiplalnanti, and UKl. U, DAVIS, rt- .
2 44 P Ar Wildwood Ar a 1L. are defendants. In which decree 1
a 12 p Ar Lee.burg Ar 11 2H aa polntedSppclal Muter: will offer fDmiile at puhlloo The
Bb p Ar Tanrfl Ar 110I I aIi outcry at the court house door In Ocala, Florida Leading Hotel oftl- _..... .
Orlando Lv II a
i Uo J' Ar to the highest bidder fur cash on i

31 I IS I UIU DIVlIluM 1 tl2 I 80 MONDA Y, J/A I' 6TH, A. D.1889. '. Paid Dp Capital
the following described property, to-wit: One
Ii 50'
6 00 a 2 46 P v Wildwood Arlll 65 a P Haw mill complete: one boiler, one engine and -AND- .
j3' 806 Pan&llOlfkt'eAr 11 M a'o' 5 1 P two circular\ $50,000.
Ii .w a pAr now located and
e 00 at....._ Ar Bumtt'rville At I........... 4 act P at kll&rd mlll..w.t county, Fla operating Hold tFOIUUST .
7 05 a 8 S"J pAr BLC'AtbcarlneArlll 30 a 3 011 p latlify foal decree. : i i1
8 20 a B M P Ar Laooochee. Ar 11 10 a :2 16 pY L ROBERTSON UNSURPASSED IN APPOINTMENTS TO ANY AGNti14, I', !
(::11 Ar108ua
Dade 1l0p
930a 4lbpAr JKO. Q. RtiRDON' Master
I bpcclal
11 O6 a Ii 20 P Ar 1&D' C1ty Lv II 2.\ atl, 41) a Complainants Sol'r 4apriUOd .
.)<11 I U I C..A.Kay DIV. I 14 I 24 cigar*
-1-i heed s
'-J : pN 11J mFF'S SALE.
e 40 a ba>.At a I O P
1220a 542pAr) Archer Lv e15a 210 P
.....__ e 12 p Ar Bronson Ar 7 4" a.......... BY VIRTUE OF AN EXECUTION sl1En FLA8JamS
,........_ 8 so plAr Cedar Key J b 30 a ........._ of Florida the circuit, court In and tor Marlon Repainted Inside and O'
'- county bearing the date of March 2Ut,
9 r Wlt 'T i< 'D'lii 'f T.: T"IUa A. D.. Imo*, wherein T. J. MYKKS and (i. A. jw

tq P 1 SO s LY Jat'kllOnv1lle Ar 8 :20! 2 06p9A5p D\VELI.KYprtne MYKR8 doing! buMneM In the firm -AND- -A.
N16aArBaldwtn An 28p12b9p name of A DWKLLKY. are nlalutitii. .'
12 07 a 9 bl s Ar Lake ('Uy At 1 ON p l)27 a125a1043aAr and WILLIAM K McUAIlAUAN, udmliiUtmtor. ...... r {
l.Ie Oak Ar1223p 9qa of the estate of A. E. \\HITK. decea.'ed, la defendant -r I
804 alit 42 a Ar Madison Ar 11 16 a 1 16 a I have levied upon and will tell at pub REFITTED THOROUGHLY
4 26 alt 80 p LT :Monttc-ello Ar 1t 110. 6 110 a lie outcry to the highest bidder for rash, at the WITH ELEQAAI ::= I
600 a 1 10 pAr JoloutlceUo Lv 9 r.o a 4 2.\ a court house door In Ocala, Marlon county KU *1, : ''-
618 a 2 12 p At Tallahassee I.v 111\7. 3.0 a da, on Pre,9f the I ..r..r.
a 00 a /If p Ar Quincy Lv" 00 a 150 a MOXDA }', MA )' 6TH. 1'iS9, W have .
920a 4 06 pAr River .rnnL. 70.5a120.5a during I the legal noun for sale,thef>llo l I .. .
:'T.7,1I.lI..10Tl8,14l'aihr,I eels of lands and their appertenaucen, In Marion 'Ye will
8 t 23.24. 141,41onday\:A 63, 80 Dally except Sunday county aforesaid, to wit : Ihe southeast quarter oanking and shall
\ Dali M of northeast quarter of section<< 'wenl :-
3 ". )) It.'yenll7)(: ) .
? township sixteen ((16)) south of 8uA \\I ..
6 range twenty-two r.
'12 1 '. 'I L1CasoNTILLtNa'l'81: I fC (221) cant, and the wruthweat quarter of nor.bwrn BEAUTIFUL LAWNS AND CROQUET "' ![
&; 04'pl6] hilt Jackson fiUeArj 4-i | 4 Jii p quarter, and the 01st half of :northwest: quarter ,
1 10 r 11 40 Feruandlua Lvl 7 10 al S oil p let* twenty (:0)) acres on rut olds of wrtlon > .
_,6.._6,11,12-_---)-.i'r.- twenty-six (:'11)), of township sixteen (1C,. south of : .
range twenty-two (22)( ) east, contaiiMi'w'I I In all ..
7.3Oa7: u., New Orleans Etpress. Khortest and hundred and one _...-I--I -
forty acre 8atd
propertv tx-lng
Quickest line to all Middle and Wf'IIt Florida
points, ensacola. Moble and New Orleans. 7.au sold 1.\1.to aatll.fTlalli execution and ISH.IS April :2, Importers & I
E. T.
.+ a. In. and MOO p. m trains connect through to JAS. D. McCoNNKLL WILl.I.UI.I, &ht-riir I
ThomasrlUe. Montgomery, Nakhvllle- urnls, -------, Atfy .PI'Q' Sapr30d FOB TUMS APPLT TO : : : : : GEO. G. Dl I.L
mnelnnatl: Chicago and all polnt.s orthandWeat. --------- _

t.n a. m. LlmiM, through to Orlando, Kisnm-- :M.VSTEH'H MAL.KUNDKR OCALA, FLORID Jt Special
meet Uomosaana, tarpon tfpiinKv, bonther'and' ,
St. ..., Harlow fuuta Gorda and AND 1JY VIRTUE OF HOE FINAL cI
aU pnnclpalpoulb Florida points. rendered by Ihe Hon. J. J. Unle), '
Judge of the Fifth Circuit Court: of Florida for ,.....
120 P.ra. Mall and Express for "III points South, Marion ,
county the 4th
Gtlnesvllle, Ocala, Leesburg, Tavares, Apopka, tnerauw wherein on TAI.HOTTA day ot April.' lv-y. lu
Orlando. lI.lllanl.ll. and HKNJ: AMI V F. EARLY SONS: It are the com de :::::: HARNETT HOUSELEADING :::::: Millinery! TH E
0.00 P m. Local: com'ectt throuKh frail points 1 appointed special master,
t Booth Gainesville. Ocala, Leesburg. 1'avaree.Or- I hare lc>fed upon and will nttcr for tale at pub

laudo and, Tarpon Tampa.Springs! SoutherlanJ, hi. l'tttrrburg )lie la.outcry, on the before the Court Hou door lu ( \& &, -1- ............-...........

it,00) a. m.Cumberland Route Express connects 6TIII>A I'01'JU F. l& l-OPULAR HOTEL OF!.. Out Milliner.. :
ratl'rrnaocUua with tttr City of BrunswIck dally to the highest bidder for cash, the following de- K '
a or BNllIwlct. H D, Atlanta. Chattanooga, scribed property : Ten acres of land more .. -1- '
.% LoukrrUle, CloclniuUKt..Louis and Chicago. lens cleared and fenced,with house, well of water or ::::JUST FRO-? .
&,..m. Fernandlnk Mall and Express, dally and orange tree nursery on name situated in sec SAVANNAH, r GEORGIA. 1 \
i conn.cAi'g Tuewisy a.* Friday with bteamer bt. lion three, northwest quarter of the northwest Willi a Full
;after in and S'lN1
ertoal.e tursavanuaba Undines. ThurswUhMaluwyxu.amlii.or q township thirteen south range twen
day with Clyde New Vi:>rk. Sun-- lyawoeast l commencing at pout corner of said -I-l Ii :::::::::::::: ; :::::::::::::::::: ... ..... ID4 I I.BANNER.
day Steam section hundred
for New York one and sixty yards east of the
saw service railroad, thence two hundred and six IIJ. -.T..h.
alobla lor all Pwt 've4 loe/fect connection at south thence east along' the yards i l-LLlti"rRIC i LIi(;li.'ASD: : :
r Ih 10d I'Ofnta rta III Nor d anel WPIIL1& V.I.YemaLm'Da thence went two hundred and thirty railroad la uwt. : ..K...... .... HBLLyI II e :
O"Ja, East and Weat, ViarD.wlc eight yards
of .
COn Inline Major John... thence north to place = = O.Everythlpa
lor with Steamer City of of
BTUU1wf txsmmeoc n hundred
Tnala l+lorth Sad t St'eK t'L' Macon Atlanta aDd Said tract of rand being northwest and sixty quarter yards of Street Canto o000-DSGU; -Fi '
AI northwest quarter of northwest Artesian Well .. '
quarter of section Water. all Depot
foaiTrreay oIwva 0moraloeajr.i: ,"ueecl 1, three township thirteen,
south .
D. MAZE A \\'. .ettlbult train, two Said being situated in Nation range county twenty Flori -I- I =Hoo.=&1 :;:;;

Ue. Yanagu A -I. O.MacDOI4ELL cree.da. property to be sold F. L.to ROBERTSON satisfy said de RATES REDUCED TO 9a PER = =1 ;::::; :

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