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 27, 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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a r OCALA, FLA., SATURDAY, APRt ( 2? 1889.

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Late. """,.. At Our Churches To-morrow-Rub-

A T OF HOME NEWS Too jects of Text. Our 0rnK 8prlinsl>ot*?
is the genial
Mr. George Taylor Cornoapondfnoe. Northern Produce Market.
BAPTIST CHURCH-C. II. Nash, tor. Ildtlar
of the popular pa ,
.U MrTlKOtR.CUy Editor. lively passenger agent quiries [Reported by G. 1 8.:; PalmerVholesal\
Atlanta Coast Line, and several days Sunday School 930.,: A large attendance mer tee, are coming in for [Commission Merchant in fruits and

meSubscribers.. hearing that our "soger" boys" contemplated is desired as Rev. U. W. Hall, the State soon be ;5**' All vacant houses
ago vegetables 166 Bottle street New York.
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satBcribers are reminded making a journey to New Sunday School missionary, expects to be cottage ho!? P, and If a system
NEW YORK -April 22. 189.
SB is only f 1 a pail up York, to honor the memory of the Father present and will add interest to the oc. create rapid w 88 erected it wouKX ,
r and those not The receipt of Florida produce today,
r PV, casion. Sermon by the pastor, 10:45: to enj'y su,"* of nroer visitors
t a come forward promptly and of our country and his first Inauguration ; our to-day's steamer and the all rail

.. the paper fails to come, sub in that cita.... President of this subject, "Characteristic of a New Testament The prOltpN't 'f bath8. were moderate and the week

k) *W Snow the reason Republic; thought, he would. come to church." A union children meet with the out side nail communication "''withafirm market, and outlook

i gala and give the boys a kind inv itation log at 4 o'clock p.m., by Rev U. W. }Hall. place to the front. 'ia bringing! our for

r i batter just received at Taylor's. and, a generous( lift to the Centennial Sermon at 7:30: subject, "The Wiuf llail facilities is our Cent sable'al celebration prices to Is continue now chose Thehand at

i. O. Moate-, of Pal&tks, is in In his, mlnd'it eye, his proposition ." health we are as the mot want, For K.
there will!, be an increased des,
r \\"MIIO liberal and fascinating, and he PRESIUTKBIAK CHURCH: -W. II Got- to the Carolina For lip region i in, maii.l. frk .
jffv hu( time. Strawberries are
; 1't '$.Coaclough, of Gainesville, reposed{ ha! such a taking C and irresistible way of weld, pastor Service at 11 a. m. and 7 soils none excel na, Our (f orange very jrmY.1, |Irimej| ; Florida| sold today

' Ocala House last night. wonting!<< : such question! that he felt p. tn. Sunday School at 9 a. m. Subjectin luvial .h'positfl| fine as Hour atftre Dil rout 32 to \ quart
l confident that the Rifles would' eagerly the morning, "Our birthdays their i lug all the Advantage such soMesn- Asparagus' \
motwlthstanding, the ins
tJ, iwberries areas delicious as they seize the proposition and exclaim in lessons." At 11:15: a. in. the sacramentof t In the agricultural world they are ive, I created rciTlR!
Prices 10 15c b.tx.ipoae from North Carolina,
intiful. to per
horns, we're ith you. infant baptism will be administered. as the host of land They are free n I (,' ninueatos
( for ,hlih and
'' rp your minds and beard and An! the jovial) pasaeiigu': agent unfoldedhis Subject in the evening, "The Greatness .I rock or gravel. Their altitude i I" am j)I Hold fancy stock V,day, from |prces s' to ,,!?)

t'' ,r dy to attend divine peiviAs 14epare ,- harming invitation and dazzling) program of little things.. 1 I to. produce' thorough self-drainage andtspltnSible :ifio en; prime $4 tout (_n holl'___'_, ._.1.1.1____."."_".

w; of march, the boys in their bewilderment METHODIST CIIUIUM-J. B. lxy, pastor, !' prerequisite to suecwsstultorange lIil''g from $2: to\.r*} bbl hmfurl

> .. to meet your subscriptions to almost lost their breath, and I Services at 10.45: s. m. and 7:30: n, in. : growing, as well as farming and 'l.r.o to $1.75. inK i per beans;
+iMethodUt church building fund as taking his seat dead silence reigned fora I Subject in the morning, pel'laProvl\ t trucking. At i' $4 rlt) per crate; een, $2,60( to $3.

t notices are out for a 35 per cent call moment, when Captain George Nash, dence," :Matt x:30: "But the very hairsof Florida needs railroad penetrating her cuetl.51m; 1.s, fl.. to 2. choice

If same. named after the great, good, immortal your head are numbered.\ Subject in millions of undeveloped acres of idle feriOl' ft 10 M per rate ;amid in-

) ,Dr. N. D. Faunce shipped several and truthful George Washington, arose the evening.! "Forgetting and what comes land. Acres upon| acres' are yet in their l'otats, f2.54) to fl:

outland lemons to Ocala last week reremo.nera.tive with' dew drops welling from a pierced of it." A hearty welcome to strangers. virgin, land. Our product are of that and primt1tJnu very 1 In price

Ting prices for them..dependent. .- heartland said for himself and company, Seats free. Ushers. class requiring rapid transit. A liberal I Yt'ry few. worth J5 to bbl.

that he could not tell a lie, .that the pro- N. B. "I was glad( when they said policy on the part of our people and legislature t anything fa,,"' n(1W If'injl per sad

c position!' made by Mr. Taylor WAS masf I unto me: 'Let us go unto the house of the : should I lyi persuaded to give en- .5 per box. ;
:"1[,. J. C. Lanier, of Lake county, made I I Lord.' ; 'ily 80ld A u $4.50
nifi ent, far better than he had ever couragement t{ railroad companies
exhibit cucumbers the
I splendid' on dreamed of, and with poignant regrets EPISCOPAL' Cm'Rcu-C. Wilmer, rec "Railroads create business," was the CITY _

Wily of the Exposition. They and a sad heart, he was compelled to de- tor. Subject of morning (service : "The wise utterances of one of our successful DIRE I CJNTY
I at 60c. dozen when theFhow \
per cline the generous offer made by the doubt of Thomas." Subject of evening railway companies. Facts demonstrate \

n was over. Coast Line agent because their word had service : "Newness of life.. e its truth, CITY OFFlO R Y a

,( 'T"h Exposition is the scene of much been plighted to a rival. I. B. Flecks A<< Co., received by yester Mayor-Dr.) Thou. P. Gary

'r r t Jt, trastle and activity as the late exhibitors It was now Taylor's turn to express Seriously III. day's mail solicits for vegetable and t'lerk-4t.-A.C. Bullock.Manbal K. Hall..

; r |rare/ busy as bees packing up their pro emotion and with humorous light in his We regret to hear of the serious illnessof I orange consignments from the following toliector-F.: UadHou., _. ,

'' t ?duct and shipping) them home. eye draped in moistened sorrow, he Mr. Benjamin W. Morton, of Dunster, I I points. Birmingham, Ala., Chattanooga ANit'MOr-lJ.1'l'\'uurt'r-U.K.:K.MelTer.Nuowdon.t **.sr. ? _.
1.1 t r Captain deary; says -n notwithstanding could, only gasp, Hat down on." Whata one of the most energetic and successful Tenn., (irt' nllbornu h, N. C., Richmond PniiJenlof tty Attorue1niaT.treen.Council-Jno. K.. Dunn.

.the fact that the Semi-Tropical closed pity Taylor didn't come sooner. truck-growers in this county. Va', Atlanta, Augusta and Savannah Hoard of Aldermen. F. Du IP. K. W.
J J. T. IJUiCanter, John A. KowelU K.' U KuoHralih.
\ \ :Tbur day, quite a number of strangers Presidential City His allUction, which seems to be dropsy Ga. Note the fact that Savannah, II. W. Chandler Brown and W.O.

,.'took look at the attractive display of of the heart, in of such a critical na- one of the cities in the very heart of a ball. Innpector tHamlary -W. T. King.
. That the readers of the BANNER
' t.. fruits yesterday. many ture that his physicians do not think he truck center, is seeking\ vegetables. It COUNTY OFFICERS.
j ( Ar know where to locate Presidential
may can live for any length of time and he is another evidence showing the magnitude County J'jI' Richard McConath,.
f Mr. J. H. Werts, of Saluds, S. C.. is on City, we will enlighten them by sayingit County Clerk-U. A. Miller.SlicrtlfK .
at moment. of this interest the
may pass away any great early : I
vegetables .
ft visit to his fi!if mis, )(r. F. A. Teague is yet in Embrio, but situated on the T. Wllllama M
a Mr. to get his worldly affairein of Florida. AlIIor-J. C. Matbewa
\ : :: and his brother, the towering\ pine of east bank of the St. Johns river, opposite ---_ tXilUtttor: -II. T. WarimanuCltra.
proper shape, sent for Mr. Wm. Bullock Treamirer-H. K. Piles.
The of Paris
i' s Lady Lake, Mr. am. Mr. W. is dclight1JJ Palatka and a suburb of East Palatka City broke the record Sutwrintendeut| of Public Inltru tlon-U. U
Ese who has returned from
t l ed with Florida and thinks of making t Junction where the St. Augustine A<< ) for the fastest initial trip of any steamv Payne, KlemluKtou.
the sick man's bedside, and to whom the the County, ()CnmmlKMonen W. Lon If, W. P.
Marion county his future home. Halifax R. R., of the J. T. A K. W. sys- across Atlantic. She also broke Trantbam, M. II. Hun F W, Perrin, W. )' WU-
reporter is indebted for the informatiu\
'tt ret lrd for the fastest first return mllon.
tem joint forces.At The County Ck>niroiH ioner meet the tr..r 4ev
oio..c : The hitching: posts and iron railing. these lines! contain. :
Europe, which was completed day In every month.
it boast of and yes.toiay.
.' BO long an object of tender affection to present ; a saw plan. The many friends of Mr. Morton will Her gohool lioard-K." E. Harrii, II. T. Wartmanu,
'' *: S ing mill and store run by Mr. Darby, and ; time from Sandy look to M. H. Moner, A. K. (iriflin. I'. .. burUoe.
,,1. every loafer, in front of Wright& Frazers several houses also in emlrionic bo pained to learn of his serious illness Quetnstown was six days, five hours Scholl hoard meets ant Monday: In every mouth.

t'4, drug store, can no longer be caressed in an and their wishes and prayerb will go out and COUNTY BOARD
fifty-live minutes. She has little OFgHEALTH.President .
Mate, but of local note, and its name se- a
"x{. that pc&aon. as it has been moved to for his recovery. '
over three hours yet to overcome before : il Gary.
cured and its future Bil
the west side of the Gary block. growth assurred by -.----.-- Hecrvtary U. Ulchartlnoii.
the fact that President Cleveland on his A Stirprlne.Master taking the lead now held by. the Memteri, -Dr. U. A. Hmittt, Anthony, MVMHM,
H. Moner and D. U. Irvin.
Mr. Jno. Irvine, who purchased the late visit to the State his special Umbria.
r stayed : Robert Knignt, Dr. Founce'8 BOARD OF TRADE.
John Pearson place at Barnes, Pond, train long enough to shake the '
brawny adopted hun, has had four pet quails in a Notice President. F. Dunn.
west of Santos, has made very creditable Vice 1'rteldenN' A. Weather
hands of the Bons of toil who labor in the
i improvements it building cage in the yard. Wednesday morning Every: tax-payer who is interested in SccrelatWm.ua..
on by
a com
mill. Hoard or Governor -A. P. Man Jr. O.,KUelnauer. -
he went to feed them usual
fortable house anti stables and planting as and what the success and growth of the city, Jno. K. Dunn, J. H. Lh.ln.tou.u.\ A.
t Locally, Presidential city has interest I was his surprise( but to find instead of should call around to the county clerk's weathers, Wra. Fox and H. W. Moody. ?
,F out many fruit trees. because it i is the home of Mr. and Mrs.J. .
his quails, a large moccasin snake curledup office and see a copy of the new Ocala BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION *

Mr. Godfrey Frings, who now occu w. Pettlngill, well-known to the pea asleep. lie got his gun and soon Charter Hill, which is now before the .

pie the Fairchild homestead, has cleared ple of Ocala. killed Mr. Moccasin, which measured State' Legislature. Predent-C.! n. VVllmer d

and planted 10 acres in orange trees and The city had a shooting scrape Wed four feet in length, and nine inches in Secretary Vice l'Mliden"-Ed.and Treanurer.Deloueat.-I/ouli i

is nesday. Nobody seriously perforated.One Board ol Dlrecton-J. T. Lao... ...
raising a fine lot of vezetables: of! of circumference. This the largest Auction Hale of Stock teJhf'nl.
1 Consisting of I. Brown *. Fhdlt' A. E. .. ".
pin land, without fertilizers, bringing Day too Late. moccasin he ever saw The snake had Driving and Work HOFHCM, Zacbariai and K;, A. Burlord.OCALA *

them to Ocala weekly, and selling them Dr.) L. C. Washburn, Superintendentof eaten the quails.-Isilce Weir l, dt'mdtnt. unit also I HailtllerH. RIFLES.
Saturday, May 4th, we will sell
for a good price. .
the + t First Meiitenant' U MrConnell.
The talk is general on the streets that ForvQ HLre county, supposingthe T} brick for the new Methodist lead of Mock in the Court }House Second Lieutenant-P. E. VVllllaDt

the Jacksonville, Tampa and Key West Exposit lBid.continue till May Ch* ire being hauled on the groundwork .,e. All horse to be as represented( Jorty Meutten.

Railroad 1st UfiflH with If of const njctfPig its alls ..me, of Mile or money refunded. This FIRE COMPANY.
including the Florida Southern, came Bi several interesting f.'a splendid opportunity( | for those in
is now owned and controlled by the "pCS B of semi-tropical in a few dayff The. brick j f ,want eta good horse to buy, as, all these Chlef-K. A. TcaKu.

1 Plant system and tie fact that Mr. Jack, fruits and curio: V Hlmong the form/ .ae by Messrs. Newsom and Lucius, ojummerfleld > hordes are reliable workers and drivers MARION' mmosaco. KO. 1.

; '.... late superintendent of the Southern Ex. er were snap beans Be'pods of which, Marion county rititensand not old worn out "plugs," and are aol<{l tktretary'ol't'm.n-M.urlc8 II, MalletU Ubelnauer.
from clay just the Marion to reduce stuck during the summer seas Trtaiurer E. Deloaet. '
across lino in
G. Company, is general of were twelve inches long ripe tomatoes
press manager ; son Sale positive rain or whine at 10 a. Regular meetings: tint and third Friday each
the lines,strengthens the impression. spring corn, ears ten inched long; Jamaica Sumter county. There l is some talk now m. on Saturday. Incase not all of thestock mouth
-.-.---- of making the facings of the strf'et81114" MOTkCTlVB MODE CO.. KO. 2.
i is
apple Hendry lemon : not diHpoHed{ of the sale will be
; ; guavas; extra rorem.n--l.oulll l Volk.
t Professor G. G. Bush and family, of large limes; sweet lemons bird of the beautiful natural brick, the cream continued on Monday, May fith I Alhlalant-C. L Yonge.

Belleview, who departed on the 17th for ; papas; colored clay which is HO abundant in 1.. Roar-, I'M., Kecrttary-: arrtllOD M. Burnett
cauliflower, head as large half bushel Trauurer. K. Yon
as a re.
A Quincy, Mass., arrived at their destination Citrus I Livery Stables, Ocala, Fla. .t
i county. Should this be the Regular meeting 2nd Monday !In Men
and 3 ft.
measure, celery long. Amongthe I 3apr d A w 1.nReady .nlh-
safely where will reside during -
it will be one of the handsomest edifices -
the summer, and which place will were pear oysters with sponge in the State. TRAVELER'S GUIDE..
attached to shell; three large saw-8sh For Delivery.
be tbs Professor's address, during his
| trth. As the BANNER is Mr- saws; jaws of a leopard-man-eating; "The Present and Future Productions Schedule of the S. S. O. ft: G. R. R *

I shark; spawm of conk;sea moss. Save Your Money.Be of Florida," a book that will interest all Leave Oc.I._....._....._..._ 6:::an r. M
\' 1 Ii. vorite Florida paper, it will The Doctor donated saw-fish bare to call at the second hand who reside in Florida or those who con Arrtve_...... ...................._..__-mt.i n r"::4.", 4 II

- I_ _ tt j I .i r, ieekly__ _visits_ __to_Lim.I _. spawn of conk and sea moss a as the saw neu-, store fore under the Montezuma Hotel, be. details template connected doing so.with It fruit embraces culture all the F, C. ft: P. R. R., (Old F. R. ft: N. LID,)
1 \t' you buy anything you nvy need. farm
lowing named persons were deus of a museum, which the principal You will find new and nearly m. w furniture crop, and gives such information sought Schedule

at the Montezuma yesterday : and trustees of the Ocala Graded School crockery, lamps, ptctures and in after bythe intending Miller also that Passenger.. ..south bound ..._..._ 2U.: If
\ j. "Eichburg Atlanta Ga. short it is medley required by those who south bound ....___. 1:11: r If
.:" ; John will establish in the new schoolbuildingwhen a store and the only are residing in Pnlur .. "'_-.,. 4tl7 r mr
., Montezuma, Ga.; Mrs. Mary erected. real bargain store in town. Florida. illustrated with tftu} different Freight' .._? .. J 00 r M
\ fruits. Price 74e. ; cloth, '1.00.) At Ocala *..iu JIOVllJ.
Crystal River, Fla.; H. D. Pow- News Depot, or I). O. Box 358 Ocala.
PaM .
Married.At 8Aptl3wl.Teams nger srrlvei I In Ocalafreight

h .. : 'tdelphia, Pa.; 11. Heineman, Apr23 ... .. ., ::::::::::::::::.rim a r:
It G |He : D. II. Irvine and wife the residence of the bride's father, "anted.R. ...._........ ..... YYY: K
v1 dr i Parkersburg, Florida the. 24th of S. Marvin! of Martin Station, who Mapeu'. I'"Monger\ Ticket 1R4s; r II
;ke; U. F. Nix, Mansfled I ; G. M. on has the \LL HOPH.NS, Up-Tuwo Agent
t contract
.m Lei flair ; O. P. Hooks, Fruitland April 1880, by Rev. W. C. Collins, Mr. F. Johns jetties, wants to a supply number rock of for teams tit.:; Manure Orange Vegetable Tree Manure, Fruit and line' F. S, R. R. Time' Table. .
These '
earl ;|B. Rhodes, Brook vilte ; B. B. B. Turner, of Fairview, FJa., to Miss Jessie to haul same. Apply at Martin Station. ttliters are real bone, blood and potash fer 80UTU tOCSD.PL .

Barco, Cotton Plant Norton. 6apr dlOt w4t in the right \solves in ., 1:31: p If
; George Y. Banks, proportions for best results .. .. .. ......
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:'N Loveland anti are sold as low as equal values of .'- ._ .
: Kansas We M -- ": O I(
hear that w-
A comfortable
Major Wright: U experimenting well kept hotel that plant food can be sold. Mapes' Pare << << << ....-....-1--"' IINOatll
>rows, city ; Wm. in creating a twenty-acre Bermuda charge most reasonable rates, Is the Ground Bone,Sulphate of Potash,Cotton aoormm,.

S'ver Springs! C. C. grass pasture, on his splendid Barnett House, Savannah, Ga., so long Seed Meal and Hardwood Abbes. forsale P ei !In Oeal&..___,__ T..% II
i conducted by Mr. M L. It ....._ ..
Ilarnett.---Nt by R. C. LOVUUXJK _. ,rl.r.r M
I plantation near Oxford. York \\Vorld. Agent, I s .1 ...._.__ ,...ao \ ..
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1. EUROPE. l
8AIy&lll aveune, tcata
-. be Extensively I for OroWIDI ThU
Idertlons .
11MMJ' How Flori/d Tilt, summer/ ,p1t Market Garden Crop. tHauer t ;

1f Atlve land Earl. May, says an Ohio Farmer
ar Elliot, gent of the
Colonel rZ.Jfidcnt, I take a shallow box or
H" and secretary of the Flori- eorre8,tying good drainage; put In two

; __ Plan da 1'r :anon( trill call for Europe fla rr tn,} of quite sandy potting soil and Bottling A mmrMt' t '

f tl' e steamer Paris, from New 7/ the seed not too thick covering

on bo"X&y 15. While abroad he will
Tree hundred thousand of the J' xxird. The box Is then placed on a shed change a new
I pta/ roof and watered frequently until the uprl"
W. railroad and Plant Syster| --
T young plants hare made a growth of
Comely executed and- m 'ihe two or three Inches. In this position the !

.jers and maps of Florida inns of ly never touches them, and they are Mr.city Frank

> ansportation and steamshiptngla'nd Ger- perfect In every leaf and fiber. Theyare of your.\pril,

/ ,Wales. Scotland, lr3i8l'ribJte then pricked out about four Inches delinquent I i

many, France and Spain, ar/ apart to remain for a few weeks before
being set out permanently. In a short
them generally.wishes his In Florida to time they are line stocky plants and, after A desirable !

lie frienffully execute a thorough watering they may be sale cheep, '

its know that he wiHfich he may be loc,coned: with a fork and removed with orange trees \

.Bmapolis, Md., has just celebr1twS'hundred any command wince, jf they will every root. Such plants rarely wilt and bearing, all

and fortieth an '/naty. charged during Mor telegram address- scarcely stop growing.The near H.: S. 0. I

There is a picturesque mo notify him by If Twenty-third street soil for cauliflowers should be rich ptolnce! ,
whine I
.-'" here and there upon our "D/ cont ry. ed to No.' 12f and moist-almost wet. Want of moisture ,
,,.; .Promises to droo a line Inquire
Is the of failure. Frequent
great cause anMl
Tallahassee had two marrlaies New York. 6m points of interest in [ culture must be given not only to
; this wa 11stlngulshed occasional g his views of what he may keep down weeds, but to keep two or 151pr
: Among flue of Senator Europe ticipate his trip will greatly three inches of loose soil on top. This ft'

Invited guesta, the n BUtch, of Ma- see. migration to Florida: as our will keep the plant growing until cool,
If Dunn and Represeotatj proga are translated on the maps its moist weather comes. If cabbage worms To all tier

l don county were consCUOU Welsh make their appearance they may be destroyed I have
----- r Spanish, Italian andtltfan.
I BUlf'rlntendenl t with a single application of bu my entire
Solitbern Expr hash or Persian insect powder either Bottling

Jack, Is now Ge rat-Manager or tbT..t.nww1tte .S/ The Oklahoma Doomnr dry or in water This must be attendedto and lun the \ 1,
T.rA and Key West sytern. or the crop will be greatly damaged. customers
/ The Oklahoma
"- not.hingor TOyfit boomers are having a When the head first of the and are !
: ;b-ali, means appears
This control of the7ation hard time of it. Hunger and hardshipsstart leaves should be bent over it and broken goods direct

Jess than P has a big retreat. Bread is selling. at 15cents so as to cover it and protect it from the [8 ]

tire system la4(3O a loaf and crackers at $1.50' per sun and frost. Sometimes the leaves Ocala, Fla,

: pound, and rain is adding; to the diacom are drawn together and tied. This causes

I (3overnerFlemtugT an L mora I forts of the shelterless thousands. The the heads to remain white. When these

.. adgur- ailroad is prostrated, and communication directions are followed and the necessary Remember ,
rThanbgiving d amount of water is supplied there will
as day4f t is bv Mrs. II. E.
nt presl-- entirely: cut off.
of the C..ent.ennlal f hardly ever be a failure. The finest House well
WMhl" Guthrie is without form, the original winter cabbages are produced in the Ladies

f, t tlon George United streets having disappeared, and new same way. wonderful :

e Y dent of the at h6 survey ones are being plowed every hour.A brocade satin ) ; } ;

Uroad from the congestive; chill has carried off New Geranium 2-2)) yds. satin ;
XL is undent one For constancy of bloom the geraniumIs Plum Surah ;
uKust.ine to the boomer.
has begun on t unequaled. This tact alone would satin, (5; 5)) ; ;
aUroad crosses the The invaders of the Cherokee strip by render geraniums popular. A few years blue :( ; :

northern par ,rtecta an unbrokenNorth the overflow bootuera are to be driven ago the average grower was content with $11. \

Bca5ren 8t. Augustine and out by th .United States Roldiers. Fearsare the single flowered varieties, but now These silks .
North rlVconnee there number of beautiful Co.'s firm, \
are a double
f'' also entertained of Indian
an outbreak and all ln
flowered sorts that are being made knownIn goo<
which threatens the unfortunate not hold to
Pablowrl, Of Gainesville is clean- various sections of the country. Num will refund
ettiers, by the Poncas, in whose reser-
I with the double flowering geraniums
it city in fine sanitary style vatlon mOlt of them are located. To be that have been indorsed by some of

_? like it Ocala must not forget dirty is to be fashionable, owing to the our leading florists is tho"' 'hito Swan," We beg

LiSM I Aernal cleanliness is the best sani- scarcity of water. A dozen good, sub- which presents ballot snow white flow friends and 1 !

f certificate that she can poHseas. s tantial buildings have been erected at ers. "Golden Dawn"Is a double geranium that we

[ > Uh the best of water and accompanied Guthrie arid building is the order of the worthy of note, as its flowers are the ler's block

y sanitation, we are all right day. Two bunks are in successful nearest approach to yellow of any yet with a full
opera. ,
found in the geranium.The groceries,
tion and doing a big business. Wefll Birdsey A
leaved j'I
t ivy
It Only Sleepeth. geraniums afford a
Guthrie has elected James Duly, of Iowa, splendid class of climbing or trailing past favors .
Geo. P. Fowler has to Tallahassee same
$ gone we are, !
to look after the Interests of the I'a- mayor. ______________ plants, and are especially desirable for j:
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Weir and Gulf Itallroad, and Our State Capital Mover. rock work, trellises and for baskets. apr3dwtd
t'pfl< creating, Palatka a port of Among this class the double flowering
Dr. S. H. Blitch, Marion's young, ener- "Mme. Thibaut" is
t}} before the Legislature1'e.ri perhaps as favorably I !
rJ.ake AprUM.lad getic, wide-awake and active member' of known as any. The flowers are very DRS. G.

; toknow that Mr. Fowlictions. the Legislature introduced the t'ollowingrepolution double, full and perfect in form with a

: only denote that the which speaks for itself and rich pink color. Tho plant is a strong,

ntioneil\ is not dead-only adds fresh laurels to the Doctor's repre- free grower. A double whito ivy leaved MERCHANTS'
geranium introduced under tho
\ name
f M sentative brow <>
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Ih "Joan of Arc, ia catalogued this season
ra ,1 r f'l Resoled by AGe Uoune of Kepmentath-ff, among new and raro plants by Peter All branches
. t:ac iug-ar Trust. the Senate ,concurring, That the State Cu\i.\ t Henderson, who has given it trial. The teeth.p "co1. Root.. :
- a tol as now located is remote from
.n the trust and the plumesaro described as being perfectly Strictly :
center of tho State and the centre o If
)t courts to break it up, the population, thereby imposing heavy ex double and white. Tho foliage is dense !
News that "theie on tax and glossy, making an effective background .
e Morning says velllle our payers ; and whereas' a. D. r01LER
''':''t -" trust tertiUcHtes had ad the public buildings are in a very delapi flowers. for the clusters of snow white !!? cta"
..' dated condition, requiring reparation at sU
; since the trusty
i1; dually.ever
an early date; therefore be it reuolve.1),
and within the last few days that the Legislature of Florida do at an Fertlllier for the Grape. special

ranced so greatly and so rapid early day provide for submitting to a One cannot make a great mistake in Ooldplates, and ;,., fU
c t cute general surprise. When vote of the people a proposition for the using stable manure freely on vineyards, Ing Inleiw to the I>! 3jaml

icatffl were placed upon the removal of the State> Capitol from lalla- especially when in bearing says Ku gal! p Nat.onallianlt
basses to Ocala, the latter being a cents Home. The seeds of grapes draw .. ..
sold for 75c. on a dollar point as regards and pretty :::
1 uey population territory heavily on the three principal :::::: ;
'. now selling for 95} cents. The easy of access from all points of the State, (foods nitrogen, potash and phosphoricacids plant mn08.J_ P. i :, : N. :..N. .
and destined be .....
to the
: (resents $50,000,000 capital, and Florida. metropolis o f much more heavily than tho pulp ...... :
of refined within a week Ashes are regarded
j as
4 sugar special fertilizer
Mr. Wilson moved the adoption oi the .... .
t a lanced a cent and a quarter for grapes its largo per cent of potash Rosins, -
/ resolution. ]
meeting a special requirement of the '1'wentr4even ; / i
) Paterson moved to lay the motionto grape. Many have had good DI.ee.....
Mr. Darlns N. Avery, a mill man o( adopt on the table.A the use of ground bone, but an success honest hi : ________-_-......
Detroit, Michigan, Bald to be worth J mix H. : ... ...
superphosphate would '
vote being taken, the yeas and nay e supply the want *
has purchased from Colt .
$3,000,000, just well.
were called for and stood foradopting the quito as
r L. A. Barnes 1,240 acres of land In eec- In numerous experiments -.\ COST.:
by scientific
resolution, 28 ; for Its consideration, 19 .......-
.. tone 10 and 21. township 0, rang 18, M Hurrah for Blitch! men a complete fertilizer, containing MLVER -.....-.
miles northwest of Gainesville, a fine nitrogen, potash and phosphoric acid, OQlrc-The. I I

body of timber. Mr. Avery ha also From the Orlando Reporter.In has produced much better results than It i j
I ingredient' alone. :\ I
any Good
t recently purchased from the heirs of It Yellow Fever? leached I
ashes can be used at the
rate of 300 to !.
Cole 12,000 acres In the same lo There has UNDER -NN.NM
Archie .
considerable discussion 600 pounds per aero with benefit. Per i ...-....-
cality. These transfers show beyond throughout the county ot'a fats I haps the better way to apply them to a J.Marlon Finley [ :

queatldn that sagacious men have confidence case of sickness at Saoford. The patienMrs. t 2-year-old vineyard would be directly; 1 9, wherein Comoy i .....-..-

In the future development of Dt'mont, died on Monday last. A above the roots, including the area of a a Y.I'enaln IlOLMi('aUIit', \ ...NN..w

Alachua county, and do not hesitate to poet morin was held by I>rs. Daniel, o f circle tour to five feet in diameter. ants 1110MAS all,1 J. :

place their capital where they believe it Jacksonville, and McUae and Caldwell nu, 1 will
t will do the most good.-Gauutritte Record of Sanford. In the I Condensed Cleaning JIo 1 l
opinion of times Osier willow is used by for In front of the
Forests of timber just like the qualityooted gentlemen, it was a sporadic cane of yet! up vines. eoino tying der\\ Ithlll fur the cash tcgl ......_..-

scattered all over Florida, Marion low fever. It is reported.-on the othf situated 1n --
Live 'rime
tkat'the fences, as rule, takeuptoo much east half I o 1 : : : ; : I
county ercepted. primary cause of illnesswas pace and are too much trouble to be flve. eight all i .
-or childbirth, and that the attendin come popular. jectlon eutr-three; NNNN

Mr. Dehon, secretary of the M.rion physician declare in very positive term e Cold storage of the future, when con twenty(IThe acres above i : : : : : :; .-I-

a County Farmer. Alliance, inforiutusthat that it was not yellow fover. ducted on a large scale, will dispense May 6th. Ia1J. |I JDA I

theiraaJSUtlon has three There is enough of doubt about th e with ice, and be accomplished by ammonia Marl "- _

places in this State for the. f\ rt of matter, however, to* make some of the and brine with the necessary machinery. I Itch

their fruits and vegetee'd di teyw more timid ones uneasy, and all necesary Experiments in keeping fruits USrR
tux by this system have been very satisfac
Jacksonville, Galnesvil14', w w York.o, steps have been taken to proven tory. [[" ,
At these ports the t oonnecM a any spread of the dread disease, if th e ra0WMT0
vj-t treaty be
ought to
rn grafted when FAILCLJRf'
wed. tat diagnosis of the I
refrigerator can on ; physicians who held a lee e tile buds an fairly swollen With cherry

9 freight to point. th 13teamerAttu l poll intrttm ie correct. and plum however, the earlier it is done .. t

way making qu Nacon.1ow The San ford paper make about the "....-..- -.rUJ-t- 01 ataCn- IT03 :

esdayTburaF same [JAYS -
w, rtxtiD Atlanta bad $150,000 fire the
R on :?lat.I .

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-_ This Expositionincorporated under the laws of i\w\ '., t .. "
State o' Honda, oncd .
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-:l'r DN1S-TU- ) IARl COUNTY, mm iNU\1N: \\\ Z\\\h\1889.\)\\ 1,: ::4 \Ru:. ;

I, 30, CLOSE MAY FIRST 1889. \ ;'

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"IN .f' '. '.!',

i : of Pomological, Horticultural and Agricultural products of Florida, and her soils, timbers, wood, minerals and live stock, ami ;in aiWitiorf\ a 1 "V",:", I
from all States and countries. Entry is to the world for rtic1
open display of its products. No charge for entries nor : space for the ,
pro (;UJ or ...A.,"1.,'<,' '
---- Station for improvement and development of products indigenous to this section has been located contiguous to our exposition, ;i': :
all descriptions, particularly those pertaining to the arts, mechanics. and.agriculture, guaranteeing uniform courtesy! to all exiu itors. grolll't'. ''',,,;. ti,.

ft CASH PREMIUM LIST, $ ,500. r\f..'I.'''R'Rt ::' ;

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I:0. W. WILSON, President. WM.'FOX, :First Vic -rreaident. DRI. H. KNIGHT, Second VicePJ \" .... 111':-',''' :..

- W. CAMPBELL, SR., General Manager. G. S. MAYO, Treasurer. O. CLARKE, Secretary. ..'
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1 Stoj nc list! National Bank, TJw 1'iorchants'iiOF\' National anJ{ I --llooopoly TIIFAnti -- Dmg : J

.. Ocala, Florida. OCALA-- ;.. ...!
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id I CAPITAL STOCK S50OOO.OO -_ tw 3 r ,
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Up Capital, Capital, ;..
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tack !' $50,000. $150,000. CO m.BTIJNESS) OP STOCK eQuality j jri
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e 4nn4'AONIwPrear I W.If.COUCII.V.Pre. OFFICERS : of Goods and Low P ..... /f fJ. *" ."
roes W .W1Nr1N1Y11.1111r11r 1'I' ; I W 1' _........_...,r._-...._..-_...-_.. JNO. P. Dew, Prttnd* .. ;T"
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'L __ I tt81amJ R. B. MtCONKBLL: Cothifl 1 1I I GOODS Joinui> i .,. :, t/ : '.

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--.... 5 -- = Bang now"tabl ltd tn our nrw+ and tltgant Dank building! vt are jtrrjtarrd to yunr I r 'Ir.Jht)'i.t'r.l.ocated ); ; I
antee lat (artian to ail -( next door to Fin: aUODallB&l1k., ) J. ,
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JT- General Ranting lu.wr .transacted. Exchange bought and sold SmSl-M,. ,5...u. {
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::::.1rr TJRPLUS $7,000.00 ,.. 110-.,,,' *. *...I e( .
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One of the finest' and beat equipped, banking houses in the State owned) by thek. -A COMPLETE LireHARDWARE- ::'. <
.. We have special facilities for makin Collections on all accessible points. BOARD OF DIRECTORS.:-- .
...-.. We will extend every courtesy and favor to our customers consistent with sale OF ',.,..,...
f flanking,and shall give prompt and careful attention to nil: business entrusted to as '..
We so .:,t your BANK ACCOUNT and all business In our line and \
)S T. 'guarantee entire satisfaction. JNO. F. DUNN, E. P. W1OMU J JUS, .
'- VMpvSv 'A EH, J A I
Importers & Traders National Bank, New York, N. Y.; Sas1iPoosllhinds H Eii,

.- outhera Bank of Georgia, Savannah.
.. t& Special Correspondents in all important cities in the West. CORRESPONDENT: -AT- \| A)I', .!,..-, seenTHE'MONTEZUMA' %. .
National Park Bank o, New York. JawMlHIl'aonal
National Bank of Savannah Georg a. Bant of BOJfw'n. A. E. DELOUST ,
nwlM9( Lauitnlle Banking! Company, LouitvilU, Ky
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,, Main Street, Ocala, Fla. C. F. BREWER & 'Co//1\ .-
\ Jewelry\ Store -Drug Line- / .

.N.N 1N.N1NN1N1.N1 N..11 ..... N..11-r r.1 N1N1N1.INN111N//1111. Shines replete with everything in HEADQUAR TERSFOB ii ,
EEThe Hotel .of..th City.111.1N1. his line. Call and examinefor -, .. I

-....-....-..................,........,.......................-..........................-....-. yourself. THE PLACE TO FIND THEM I
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i fjtctrie: belt in every room. Hot and coll: bathi. Commoliom tamnlt rooms for Commercial Strings for Muslca Specialty.Instruments a DR DELQUEST,
Jraveferi. 95 mma.. New brick ?owe and new furniture.
OtW'&Dtee AU Work on repel of Clocks &n
J. P,HALL Lessee,Jan I, 1889. 20dwWf -" Rhelnauer's old Otand. OCALA t i tffi I I' FLORIDA e 1 ?111 r r
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///lb : Centrally located on Fonyt
&.lu.fnIona.uoa Ocean and Pii

f ftnder
... ; IS AGAIN
rr' y i a/ DI, I I w t I ono6in _: ,7'

<1tT1 o0eea '' '' ,.
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100 io CJ I'
Sew Management, spec
and reduced rate to pennaMRS.

S'S/ $, .. F. M-, HARDIN '

> to pert fDe. re"i .. ,
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: i" ..' THE LAKE SIDE
orc. '>.f < ., .
appa at1 _
> "'" -.. : IOVTII un: wa1
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No Malaria. No Yellow F'eftr. j
+ BaII.'uqer8I'.a&lo11 '*
: and nhlng. 1
Pl }'

y Wadt4b" './ OPEN ill HE YIi.

allemea of several y experl- J. ROS}
I I in growing, grafting al'cultivating s ek Late of Clifton Route, Niagara Fall
rK* trey an<1 handling"1 market- Avenue Hotel l N. Y.WEIH. 11
1 _, fruit denim a ftitaati/ '. _. :. _._..,___ t
x adnt! of a grove! in/Ie vicinity of "

j-1- Beet referenrirni.n*
>\ dfe81 or call on E L. LMl l .-i N. .
B.-AallnrormAtl, caa befurnUhed ,
by Rer.. J. B. Ley QJ*. Fla. ,
w Uapr d&w4t' -. : -LEADS IN TILE-- ICi I\

Maw' Nanery. ,

The Ene't an4et variety of orange
tree for the lea/ moneT, to be had of .. ; : WcliClocUevLINE
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-. W. do F. O. W.un.. % :S \

.8r btd. BelleTiew, Fla.
.t.1Inoition as book-keeper or
aeoonntant ironeexherieneedInmercan : !

tile and )faking( baftinem. Goodreferences.

W. Y. ){. Palatka, Fla.
73aprt/ -

L R. E/YONOE_A CD,The Ocala PJamben. Repairing a Specialty.' .

w .. <"ftll" and examine their fine stock :

and fat good work at reasonable prices -0-
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: walte Petra Duck Egg for Bale. Sm&f-J

.At $1 per dozen, enquire of C.C. Carroll, S

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ti Standard Time used. Feb. 1, 1889. t1-

3 I 17 I l80tmlUJf Dln.IOJf 1 I 1 Omci, : : OCALA HOCTI
00 P 10 00 a LT Vernandlna Ar a u' 8 00 a ,s
I 00 P l 20: P Lor JUboDT"UeAr 2 M pi 860. 1Jam
7 80 I' 1120 p LT Callahan .Ar 1 63 Pi! 6405 .
t 10 P "l3 P Lt' Baldwin .Ar 12 42 p'':. 480a1005p
a 22 P Ar Lawtey Ar 11 611 a 311" a1022p
339 Ar Htarke Anti :8 a! 261 a
4 111&1' 4 04 pAr Waldo ArlOIlla.2M.:
k 12 {f1. 4 n I' Ar hawthorns Ar 10 23 .' 1..0 a E. B. RICHARDSON
112. 6O7 pAr Ocala Ar' 07 p1046p ,
: i 4 O6 7 2'l pAr Wildwood Ar II 00 ai: t 48 P ..
b 00 a 7 60 par Leeaburs Ar 7 31 a';' 7 110 P -THE-i
I 45 a 8 :20 pAr TauI'M L. 710 a700\ P Finest
S 310 a 10 00 p Ar Orlando L. iU__a-'- 816_ P Livery In the City /
t 61 .OU. /La IJIIItaD f-eO--

". ff 710 a i LT Fernandlna r 7 10 p MA TEn'K SALE. ) THE OCALA -0LEADING I ,
15 SILT JacksonTMleAr b 25> P HOUSE.
4., 10 44 akr LawWT .Ar IMp UNDER rendered,lion. J.J.Finley -
\j. i 10 69a Ar .rke Ar a I'J p Judge oftheC9reultcourilnandforMarion
11 211 a U Waldo Ar 311p+ county Florida,on the A'>th ilAofB March, A. I), ( EUROPEAN P7AN) nsi-w
I 11 i Ar Hawthorn Ar 2 43 pi 1HKH. iuacauie wherein WALLACEtl.at.
q 1 u le'&la Ar 1 21 p Dlnpert ., are complainant. and UEO H. DAVIS:!,ctat '
Ar Wildwood Ar 11 KArlll are defendant In which decree I wa appointed GEORGE McKAY
;. ...Ar Leesburg 28 aI\ Special Muter,I will offer for tale I at public The Reading Hotel of the I
r .p Ar Tavaret Arlll ou. outcry at the court horse door In Ocala, Florida, City ARCHITECT
Ar Orlando L. 0 U to the highest bidder for caih.on AND. BUILDKB, [
era. A. 10.
) t 1 UKrA lt'JalUIf I 112 1 10 the following described property towlt: One DESIQNB AND ESTIMATES
', '+: plT TVIUwood 1 Ar II Mar. M p aw mill, complete; one boiler, one engine and -ANn-
.t Ar Pa uofl'keeAr'l1' bs 0 M pAr two circular mill saws now located and operating ---ihlraLhed- ,oor Application-
:t: ... Soroterrllle Ar ._......i 4 30 P at Rock Mr-rlngi, Harlon county Fla. Hold toatlify
r pAr BUJatherUieAr U 80 31%) P said final d cn*. UNSURPASSED IN 8
Ar Dade City Arlo 00 a'' 1 10 P 3)10.0. RiiRDON, special Mauler. I I I Orange and Sixth
Ar Plant City LT 9 25 II 41 a Complainant Bol'r 4aprll30d OCALA. FLORID
< CCV1BKEY 1>1.. 14 ::14 I -
., t.W: alb'o'r .r to"ifS) a|11-rP SIIKnIFF''I! SALE LAJ1B8I. :
t:4- 'I Ar Oalnesrllle Ar 9 40 a lOOp
: ? p.Ar' Archer L. A 26 a 210 P VIRTUE OF AN EXECUTION ISSUED
: t Ar Broiuon At 7 414 t a .;:....- out of the circuit court in and tar Marlon Repainted I Inside and Out I I. J. BROKAW
: Cedar Key U 80 a :: county, Florida of March it, '
1 iioiutr Illyl.1Otl" r6 2"T'lba A. !>.. iv*. 'b'rrabldK: F. and Jl A.DWELLKY. .
.pannendnlng business l in firm -AJO>- -1-
S Lt' JackonTlll a 20 p 206 P name of MTKK4 DWKLLEY. \ rl1
y r i { 54r; Baldwin .Ar 2 M p112 611 P and WILLIAM K. McOAIUOAN., IIdmfulllrator THE MARION COUNTY NUB-
t a,.t.r Lake City Ar_ I 011 p11027 a of thee.tateof A. K. WHITE, deceased, I I. defendant -
;k a Ar Live Oak Ar 1123 p a I bare levied uiton and will ell at public REFITTED THOROUGHLY WITH
2 a Ar Madison Ar II I5 a 7 15 a outcry to the highest! tldiler for cash *t the ELEQAN1 FURNITURE SERYMAN.J
+ P LT MontlrelloMontloello Ar 10 IO a 8 00 a court house door in Ocala, Marion county, KU.!,
10 p Ar L' 9 60 a 4 2.1 a da.on -1-1Ol"FE&a
12 P .Ar T.1Ibass.6 Lv 8117 a .40. UOXDA', MA r tTU KSS.
011 P Ar Quincy LT A 00 a 1 M a406pArIitnrJ'n'DLy i ___ TO TUB PUBLIO A FINE LINDOF
705a1206a I IJ during the legtl hour* for sale,thef l -
I J I cello. land and their appertenance. in Marion NURsERY ::
-1,8,7.8.i, 10. la.14 l>aily' county aforesaid to-wit t The southeast quarterof BTOCJt..oRAPBVINES
? 1,4,23.21. M.61 M, 03, DO Dally except Sunday i northeast quarter' of M-cllon t entyy seven (:l1)) A
r 3lpt Dally,Monda,. township tliUen,(16))nouth of ranice twenty-two BEAUTIFUL LAWNS AND 8PCIALITY.
} 12 | I J I JACKBOHTILLKKa'CH I 6 | .UT&Tpl6o5aLT (J2))eat,and the southwest quarter of northwest: CROQUET GROUNDS
1.ckionitlliAt fti'4.r1x1 f ao p quarter, and the east half of northwest quarter,
10 pill! 40 alAr! Feraandlna LT| 7 10 at. | 8 00 p leu twenty (:.0)) acre on east Mr of wctlon djanl52m ADDRESS, AnU: ,'1yZF1a.
7 twenty-lx (:X),of township ilxlren lfi\\ south of
ah,12Da111.!; __ __ __ ,
1! range twetitr Iwo(211)east; ( ) conult'lnu I all one
? r 7.80 a. m., New Orleans Eipreia Hhortent> and hundred and forty acre Said progeny being I--
qolukert line to all Middle and West norMa old to satisfy Mid execution< and costs April:, -HERE I
I po1nwl'eDl&OOla. Mutle and New Orlean 7.8U 19x9 F. T. VMLLIAMa.kherkirJA -
and II(ill m. train connect through to .D. McCoNMELL. AU', for Sapr3Ud
a m. p. l'1'f.' FOB Tutus APPLY
S --..- TO : : : : : GEO. G. DUY MANA0l rif
cinclnnatlcblcagoandaiiIb/DUNoggandwest. E .... NnutotbepublicthennestlneofIFLORIDA i ;
3 Kl lm- MA8TEU'8 tALK. OCALA. .' .. ; -......................-......-...:
IUS.. m.Limited, through to Orlando I'LOBID4. .
mee, HomovawM. Tarpon Mpilnn. Houtheriand.8u andall AND 11Y VIRTUE OF ll'E FINAL mllaa
Ietenburtr, Tampa Barlow. I'unta Oorda rendered by the lion. J. J. Holey.
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principal south Florida points Judge of the Fifth Circuit Court of Florida for -- -- ,
#) J.2O p.m. Mall and )tap,.. for all point ttouth Marlon county, on the 4th day ol April. 1"Ml, in '" FANCY GOODS
QilDMTlllc,Ocala eeburf, Tava,", Apopka, thecaueewbereln TAIBOTT 8OSS are com HARNETT HOUSE
:::::: Millinery'! AND STATIONERY.OFFICE
Orlando. r.lalnallta, and Ht.NJAMI: F. ZA kLY. lathe de Millinery 1 .
for all point herein 1 watapnolnted special mailer,
I 8 00 p. m. Local, com ecu throuxh I" \
OcaU. Leoburg, TaTam Or- bare levied UWfl and w ill oiler for sale at pub = -
el } ( ndo. Tar. an Bpriiig Soutberlaud, U leten- lic If la.outcry, on the before the Court louse door In Ocala, -I- -- : ........... ...........................-.... -

.Jwrg 11.00 and a.m.Tampa.Cumberland Route Xxpreca,connect<< till DAY Of JU y,1S.&, LEADING I-OrULAR HOTEL OF- ....... 1: Our.......Milliner... ...... is....at....home..........again : SUPPLIES AT LOWEST PRICES,
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to the
City of Bruniwlrk dally.' highest bidder for cash, the follow fug described -1- : ? ......... .................: '.......
g alb: nawickTMaoon: Atlanta. Chattanooga.1LouliriUe property i Ten acre of land more cr FROM I i1fl
i JUST jw.NNA.fuU.Lineof nfl i' ; ii'i.;e'r-"r
,Cincinnati, .,a.LouU and Chicago less and cleared andfenced.with house, well of water SAVANNAH j .... .. THE NORTH' j i '_n................._..._....._.._
orange live nursery on tamesituated In sec - GEORGIA. i N: .
6.40 p.m. Fernandlna Mall and Express bteaMer 4all't!CNloolas. lion three, itonbwert quarter 0e the northwest With a Full and; '''''''' LATEST NOVELS

ennDedl71te.day. 8arannah and and Friday way landing with *. Tnur*. garter:t. In township thirteen south range twen -I-II ..............-.. ..-.........-..........-..Complete.............. stock......of......
/ with tor Uallorr Hcamer lor New York. """- ty' o ea t. commenclD l at pad corner of *atdwctlononnundredan -, ...........-.........................-- -aIwa,.. hand .
day < sixty yards east of the -
aydaBteanera. for New York railroad, thence .. .._...._. fi INE !"-
with two hundred .
day and 1louth. yard lILLIN OCALA:
1b511 newt errio* gives perfect o; 1.1.JI a' thence east along the railroad to post j i ELKCTRIc"U. <:riiT. AND..t3BLL8 I( --" -' ...-......-...-... ] ltY. ..-...-...-.-NE11'8...-\ ..-:r-T--hi"'i:--..--:.3'1-
Bal w1Ja for all poi D tI Nortb a 9 thence wn4 two hundred and thirty eight yard ': o--Enr&blnl -..
-'orUI' Kat I. Via Inline of ilsjor, Johnson' thence north _.....__._FirIt-Clau--o. .... !
to -
laba"l 1 &0 all prints 4 .f of commencing hundred i place _._...........
rernar.41na. cvDWldl "I edit ; and sixty yard. o-oGOODS FOR SALIC Ten '
BruMwksk.lor Brunswick "I. Said tract of land being northwest quarter of GUARANTEFDEHOOdE&ash1. 31..' paid op shares In the
,l all point North tad West Weat northwest quarter of north,"* quarter of section Artesian Well Water. Street Car to all Depot ehants', National Bank Addrwa
MontlcelloKaturcay. .. er \14 three lowushlp thirteen, south Box 3, Oca
Train leaves 4, range twenty I a. apr26 dlt
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on arrival .At1&1114D. two eait. being situated In Nation county, Flori -1- [ =
for Tkilaha e. da. Bald property to be told to satisfy said de ..
D. K. MAXWELL ,Tburtdat ('eo.. F.L. K00LRTBON. TO' Ji PER DAY ./iU8t received one barrel sour krout .
GeL M yeeUbuleACDONILL' J.U. BLUlDO,Oom OcR Special Master. TnKhtt one barrel
lsIIaM'a of
Old Stand. )ublle ttare Oeala r; pickles, at Taylor
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