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 29, 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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'FLA. MONDAY APRIL 29. 1889. I
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_= --- it U a question' as te the differences ( I \\
}, G I. BIT'fINO_ U.-Clay Edltor.--'-" $30,000 Goes up In Smoke-Only Jacksonville Cools Them off Witha that exist In the minds of the "10.
$9,000 ShowerSavannah Warm
4 To Batmer Subacrlbsnbscrlbero; .. Insurance.At Them up with a Ilojrat Reception. cal"! and Mr. Kruger of Silver Springs CITY OFFICERS, \ \]

OurcountyOGET three o'clock this a. m. a fire broke Park, on restrictive measures in the sale I&Jnr-r; Tho*. 1'.Ciary ".
!at the Bnu' a le only $1 are a ,remlnJedt out In the store-room of U. A. O: -nl- SAVANNAH, GA., April 20, 1889. of spirituous and malt liquors, and honest (Marabal-T.'lerll-8. A. nuu K. Hall.s-k. u

\7\ advance 1 And those not paid ga.up chad near the F. R. & N. depot, and 'ere To the Edilor of the Banner ones too, we grant, there is none c.oUt'C'tor-F.. 1'.Oai.u.A..rI .
) E. elver.
10 J 1 f the paper promptlr and its angry and devouring flames could be The Rifles arrived here this morning however, as to the fact that the genial T""uurt'r-R. R. Kiwwden. S

@rribers. will I know the falls re&llOn.to come. ubI stayed, it laid waste the premises of and were met by a detachment of the\ gentleman of the Park, has the finest City incident; ,Attorney of Ifcuncll-OtliT.'trven.-:Jno. K.: Dunn.

Whittled & SAil liller's and also the storeroom Savannah Cadets. After partaking of onng prove in that delightful suburb, Board: of Aldermen F. lw Il.K. W, Art
J. T. U Root,
Lancaster John A. RowelU ;
Fresh butter just received at Taylor's! of Jno. McCarthy's: causing a total refreshment and breakfast we were escorted and vut of 540 orange trees planted in Smith, II. W. t'handler, I. Drown and W.O. F

Electrician UriW has, oss to all the merchandise, the three to the armory of our guests wherewe }February, only one died, and sixteen are hall Kamtary. Inrector-W. King.

on business gone Tampa buildings, and the household effects of were cordially received and royally In full bloom. So pleased is Mr. Kruger COUNTY OFFICERS.

"' be last named gentlehian, who occupiedthe entertained. The Rifles have capturedthe with the bright visions that float before County: Judge-Richard McConathy.

After the ;wind sWrm of y eTterday; I the !story over his store as a residence.Mr. city and every place of Interest fully him of golden apples to supply his home I County-Clerk K.T.-Vtllllamt.1>. A. Miller.Sheriff .

calm of to-day. Carmichnel l had general stockof viewed and visited; The hospitality of wants next fall; that he had to make the Auor-J. C. MaUwwa
Collector-Ii. T. Wfcitmann, Cltra
The church ofOxfofd which was on building Whit- the citizens has been very generous and BANNER office a call Saturday, and com- Treasurer R. I''Ih.Superintendent .
-i--- I is
a big revival. Thirty-eight, new enjoying worth fiOOOlnsurf'l.l for $. OO. 2.000geld many tokens of gifts have been presented municate the encouraginc indications of Flemlnxton.Oounty of. Public Iimruclton-M.J:L.P.yme .

acvuisitions. f A Sanders, $1,000 to $1,800, mostly to different members. Oar stay In the I future wealth and prosperity, and con. l.'nmmINdou\rtl-tt. w. 1.onf."W. P.Tractham .
M. U. Ron, F.B. Perrln W. P. Witllamion. -
-- --. --- groceries, I insured fur $800. John MeI city has been extremely pleasantand gratulate him+elf that he purchased bls.t.ock J

The "Fljtog Cracker" flies no more I Cathy estimates his stock at between the boys feel grateful. The Cadetsare of the reliable Buckeye nursery day The In County every month Commliwlonen meet toe erat kton-

over the greased rails of the F. R. A N. 14,000 and $15,000, and the only iusur- numbered among the best citizens of men, Messrs. Uillett Bros., of South Lake School Ikiard K. K. Harris !.. T. Vtartniann,
R. M. H. Mowr, A. R. Irlffln. I'. L Duritoe.
R. for this season. ance was $3,600, distributed on building the Forest City and will be made hon Weir, and were set by Riley, whose experience school Board ID ecu tint Monday In every month.

The bank- will- ------+- and contents. It will thus be seen that orary members of the Ocala Rifles. guaranteed the trees an honest COUNTY BOARD OFHEALTH.President .

morrow not opeb business to (30,000( worth of merchandise went up The boys leave this afternoon on the Wanting;; the quality of the trees and Or. T. P.Oaty.

4 Washington! as they Centennial.desire to celebrate the in smoke on which there was only $9,* steamer ."Nacoochee" for New York. the practical knowledge:, of the setter, Member Secretary-=Dr.Capt D.. K A.U.dmllS Richardson.Anthony MewrtM. .

-.- ,_ .- 900 of insurance.The They are somewhat disappointed in not having much to do with their prosperous 8. Mowr and D. U. Irvln.
Mrs. Brewer has buildings were all wood and with being accomodated with first-class sleeping growth. Mr. Kruger is correspondingly BOARD OF TRADE.
corner in silks. All the ladies secured who ex a the National Restaurant In rear of Car. apartments 'as j lice agreement, hay. happy, and we extend our congratulations Vice PreaMent 1'"lden&-B.-J. F. ))unl\A. .Weather

k amine her goods admit mich l's shared the fate of the stores, ing been assigned to cots on second deck on the bright prospects that loom Secretary-Wm. Fox.
the fact and in- Board of Uovernora--A. P. Man Jr. C.jRheln.auer .
\ were valued at GOOQ. 'so great is the rush to New York. up to cheer his declining bachelor days, Juo. F. Anon, J II LhluptoD.llI.| .A.

;hi eet.Mr. 'rank'---- What amount of insurance existed, if The weather la delightful. T. w. it. elf Heathen. Wm. Foi and H. W, llood,. .eL.a

Morgan, the I best known any, on the !ore-roomso"nt'J by Major - BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIA.
Our In .
George Matrimony.The
fertilizer maft in Florida was called to Wright and Mr. Carmichicl, we were table lit. SAVANNAH, GA., April 20, 1889. TION.
DeLand today by the serious illness of to learn. following from the Jacksonville P""III'lIt-.e.l R. Wl1mf'r.cI
Jo the Editor of the Banner Vice ITealdeiit-Kd. Delourtt.
big f tells the
wife. Owing to the e.rly hour of the mo. n- Metropolis (..) Saturday following Secretary and Treasurer.-Ixiuli Fax.
The Ocala Rifles arrived in Jacksonville story Board ol Director*-J. T. Lancaster. Isaac flu
Mr. J. Traill Taylor editor of the ing.: at which the fire occurred, and the in time for pheni, I. Brown U. Flthel, A. E. Deloueet, U. D.
supper. nut in rained George B. Wallace and bride pawed Zacharlai and ". A. Hurford.
Journal difficulty to wake firemen who
of Photography, London, has up so hard when we got off the train that through: the city now en route to Mr. OCALA RIFLES. .
rb added hU name to the long Jiet) of BANKER sleep at their homes, and get at the engine leaked the stock Wallace's home in O'-ala. lie married
: subscribers and hose cart in the market-house, our guns at Captain Miss Lizzie McCune, Thursday, in For- ('.ptoln- First Lieutenant-R. B. Jde(nnell.
not excepted. But we must extendour
permitted the dames to get under such I syth, Ga.Just Second U'lltenant-P. E. llllamt..
The winds havoc thanks and gratitude to the management so, our George stole march Forty Member.
played with the dust headway and the heat so intense that on ,
la' yesterday and filled everybody's eyes, the hose could not be attached to the of the }. H. H. R., and J. T. A K. the boys,' went to Forsyth, Ga., and secured OCALA FIRE DEPARTMENT.

ears nose mouth & W. fur the kindness we received from of the sweetest and fairest Chlcf-F. league
hair and pockets with hydrant in front of the burning building one
- sand and dirt who dare confront it. and one in front of Whitfield's residence them while en rout from Ocala to Jack partners for )life that any man's heart MARION MOIII CO. HO. 1.

was called into requistion and by sonville. We left Jacksonville at 8:15: p. could nigh for, and brought her back to Secretary!Foreman 11.. Malleit.' Rbelnauer.

Robbers entered I. E. Barwick's' store, the work'of the firemen thewarehouge of m. and arrived in Savannah about G a. Ocala, and they are now pleasantly IreakOrtr. K. lielouea.
Regular first and third
meetings in each
. t at Wild) od, on Friday night while he McCarthy, situated fifty feet in rear of m. after a good nights rest in a sleeper domirled with his mother to the great month. Friday :

was at supper broke the safe and I furnished by the S. F. & W. R. R. We mOTk/TITB nova CO.. 1'0.2.
open his storeroom, was saved. At one time surprise of all George's host of friends, Foreman-Lout. Volk.Aulxunt .
took a small sum of money and valuable the weatherboarding became so heated were met at the depot by a delegation of who never suspected such a state of -
papers. -- -- that rivulets of rosin and turpentine the Savannah Cadeta. They had a nice affairs. ,\11 the same they extend beet Hecretary-'Hamiion Treuurer-.H. E. Yon M.;e.Burnett I

Mr. George W. Wilson and bride sailed fairly ran from the bo"ds. warm breakfast waiting for us and some wishes'! in which the BANNER joins. Regular meeting 2nd Monday tOP4t'CtNn..j I

tod after breakfast, when we were escorted 'HOOK AND LADDER
The warehouse
contained $6XTJworth
from New some
a Saturday en route for Fully one hundred and fifty-five lem) "
Paris. They will occupy quarters at the of groceries and feed. to their armory, which they very ocratlc postmasters were decapitatedby President foreman 1 --Wllk Abram* Hents.Palmer J" G
Dr. Thompson's trees standingnear kindly threw open to our use, and In
Hotel Rapp. The BANNER will follow orange the WanamakW-Clarkson guillotine AMUtant-Well Richardson
fact they have given us attentionand Twenty member i
them. McCarrbY'lstore, were quite set ere- every yesterday, and about that number of
Iv schorched. we only wait to return the compli TULULA LODGE. NO. aa. 1. O. O. F :: I, .
heads are likely to drop into the bas '" '
Dr. John C. DuBois of
Montague, The origin: of the fire is a mystery.Mr. ment. ket The machine (UYeet8[ every Tuesday evening]; t1 f r.
today. to be \
knows a good thing when be sees it, and McCarthy will at once begin build. ,v\Ve, leave on the steamer at 2:30: p. m. appears W. II. Phallic N.U ,
BO bought a first class piano of Brewer & working admirably. W. M. Phillip Hecretary. .
The wind is slowing fresh and
ing and we presume so will Me Irs.! quite All visiting brothers cordially Invited.| ,, '

Co., at prices that discount those prevail' Wrignt and Carmichrel l, but the former some of the boys won't eat dinner thinking Let Anybody Meat It. OCALA CHAPTER NO. 13, R. A. M

ing in New-York--City.---- (fs at hw Oxford home and t e latter left. they might have to give it up to the Official analysis 'Ouml'le"ot Mspe's Ocala Chapter. No. I&. It. A. II. Convocation!.. #

Electricians drips; f arid Prigge are yesterday for New York to put in an extra fish after getting out to sea. I will)) try fertilizers made in 1886 showed them to first Monday night in every month.11. W. LOMO. f. P. \.nt k.

busily engaged forming their electric stock of spring! a goods= so could not and give you an account of the sick and be worth over $7 a ton above the com PRESBYTERIAN CHURCRiv. ; ..

plant, and Prigge is now At work taking get particulars. The honors of reachingthe wounded on the trip when we arrive in pany's guarantee. W, QOTWALD.. Paitot. t

contracts for incandescent lights for fire first, is divided with our fire lad- New York. ------- Sabbath services at 11 A. II, and 7 r. Kundtyl
School at 9:SO a. R.1 Wednesday eventa lecture,
stores and private residences. ,* dies as both companies reached the Major Lancaster met us at Jacksonvillewith Notice. at 730. Meat free The public cordially invited i

scene of the conflagration t. gether.The the flag. Yours Every taxpayer who is interested in EPISCOPAL CHURCH I *",

Dr. Porter Hanks and family, destruction of last night; again ____________ COHURN. the} success and growth of the city, Rsa. C. B. f 1 1Bervloea o
of the beautiful Silver Spring will demonstrates the utility of our water should call around to the county llerk'soffice WILMKR. Rector. t.'\
Caught and Taken Hack. every Sunday 10.45 a. m., and 7:U p. t
summer in Wellsville N. Y., where theyare works. Without them McCaithy's ware and nee u copy of the new Ocala m., standard time. KeaU free. Sunday Hchool k'
located and the BANNER will Postmaster Wilson of Welshton iu. at I p. m, W. H. Cbamberlaln. uper1Q&eQdeDt. .
house ,
now would now be a pile of ashes. Charter Bill which Is now before the
visit them them weekly to keep them forms us that John A Tipton, a former:, State legislature.i MARION LODGE, K. OF H, No. 3378. ,.
from getting lonesome.The We understand that our friend Mr. J. station agent and real estate shark, or __ __ (Meta every tint and third seek In each:

names N. Strobhar now the able route agent i that place, and afterwards agent: at fort Ocala is to have another electric light month Wm. *I'ox, Dirwtor. 1'
following are of the arrivals company and the subtle fluid so cheap N. Nathan Importer. t
for the (Southern Express Company for I Tampa, whither he went after fleecing t
at the Montezuma, on Sunday : I that all will illuminate. M. KUhel. Reporter.
South Florida is investor Welsh.
J'I to occupy a very responsible many an unsuspecting .
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W. W.
C. DuBois! Montague ; and prominent position under ton, was caught up there by the Iowa Miss Ruble Weston of the translucent i

of Baltimore; W. J Harbour, of Maron; I the new management of the I'lant System authorities' where he was needed to give Wekiwa. paid Ocala a IIIIOl'pu"'isi\ ti GUIDE

II. A. McLeod, of Savannah ; P. G. Rook, of roads in this btate. We know of a reckoning for the cracking of a safe at i Saturday. Schedule of the S. :O. A Q. R. R. j.3nV j
of Orleans ; J. II. Hill and C. II. Mr. John Frazer has j gone'to Oxford.
Nfjr no one more deserving than Mr. Strobhar LaMars and disappearing with $5,000 of Leave OcaI__._...._....,_ ai .
Dame, of Ocala. Arrt e_ .. ... ........... ....._.. 6:45 A .\ "
___ and we expect to se him superintendent its content* has had his' trial. lie confessed Do not send out of the State for .work ; : 11
Mr. Joseph T. Lancaster, one of the same day and that shortly all aft: t( Cored all but 1,200 of rm to Kingman he builds the best wagon P, C. A P. R. R., (Old F. R. A N. Line,) .

city'sanitary committee, is doing! splendid We "Will Celebrate.In the stolen mrihj and got three years in 111 the world.._ __- _. __ u_ aprl Schedule *

service by seeing that all draining the Iowa penitentiary.. Colby, the Photographer, ia making a l'IUI" >eDrer. wrath bound .....-....- 2:12: A J(.
compliance with the commands of south bound ..__ IU: r M l'
ditches are properly opened and disiu specialty of life mile portraits this season. Pawenrer .. .. .................. e:07.: M
I. President Harrison and (Uovenor Fleming Two Fond Hearts Will Shortly Deal Fn:1&ht: ... V
in :qo.r x_
fected and generally putting our city and the patriotic desires of as One. Thompson & Edward Co.'s Chicago steals suvsb.

order. Mr. Lancaster is one of the clV we will) celebrate George our typos, !' One of our most modest and Bone Fertilizers at the Seed Store. Paseepgerardves ia Ocala.. ........_....._ t.01 a
Ocala should feel proud of, as he is Washington'sfirst pretty wSfebf-t II. ; ...__..._ ln: p /
lens presidential inauguration by resting young ladies will)) shortly be led to hy --- --- Freightfantenger II ............. .,_ 9x7: a ,
always at his post of duty and leading $10 Watch for $0. ........._....... latsrijvju
in all good commendableand twenty-four houri'and not issuing a men's altar, preparatory to launching out To advertise our famous f 10 watch we offer WILL HofKim, Up-Town Ticket Agent. 1
the processions paper to-morrow. on the sea of matrlrnonial bUs We are them for the nest 30 day it Sfi, postage prepaid. F. S. R. R. Time Table. I
worthy work and improvements. TbLi witch i II lem wind. item let and 8winmovement. '.
---- somewhat uncertain as to who the young .tort watch fbtly tested before NOUTB .on.D.

Mrs. A. II. Fisher of Bellows Falls Last Week of the Silk Sale gentleman is, but trust he is as amiable leaving Send acd guaranteed a good time. Purrs ,get ,an In.. in Oc.\............. ? .. I.S&FM \
keeper t-offlce
money by express or f'C>> or.
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1'tbut whose' winter possessions are* At the Ocala Music and worthy the who der or draft on Chicago .. .. IXJ r K (
House.-! Ladies as one seeks his Fret ........::9. ..YI tI r
A idre all orders W, $. Freeman .
now located! on the beat ,;Ail shores of should not miss these wonderful bargainsas heart and Band, and 'If ha is such, we) deli< llllooU M ___ to__ __ prl!,-lm.w.Spring I ...... IZ.oSAr \
h'u the silks will be sold to merchants n roars 0tve JCD.
she -t
South Lake Weir, y after this week. It will cost nothing predict for them a pleasant voyage o'er Rubber stamps, seal' presses and every In Ootla'y.r............- 7 U A M .
erected a cozy cottage near Dr. Chase's to call and them. you ; life's uncertain ata. thing In this line cheap Agents wanted. I .... 'f __......-.1:1:1): :: P ..
for her North see --- R. R. SNOW .... ...........- ... ..
p ha avenue, departed apr2d4t MBS. H. E. BRKWKR. Mrs. Sallie T. Bhe'wey Fairfield Dill. t. .. Va.
f ern home Saturday ni\nt but not unti) Agent for State of Florida.AprllStf. .
abe had subscribed to the best local City Tax Books Close Tomorrow.All who has been spending the winter with --i-; _eEagles 'to Kent At cr-t.,:. -i.:

1 paper In Florida,the BANNXR, which will delinquent tho ns and delighted with her sojourn departs for Sale. er. T .'
taxpayers city
for "Old
Virginia" W dne
on its weekly calls detail all the freshest will{ be advertised after to-morrow.' lay I have three tine young full grown odious boarding !, I

.'' news of the week in this portion of God's I while the RAKNiRiccompanie her tore fAne Eagles: for Bale Alo a pair of Uy- 1 house, iable ii r< .,. }

material and moral vineyard. We wish MUfteaLillie, Williams and ZulaCbtjfc 4!wind her of our pleasant breezes and I bred fowls, a cross between the guinea erm..Ad. dr J7VIWA ;
splint Sunday Lake Weir. ****' 'ibn, delicious atmosphere and game cock. C. C. CARROLL, ; 1 \ .'t+ : I'

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I ,I1'ANHEnEditat.' the old companions in arms. l : e
or sheep has no value without the results of I ltween that .
; the that they Utf a right to \ 18 true, except I .
Collective capacity
shown the lime in regard to everything. ploymentby 1 blocking natural oppnrtnnities. mortl\1-but little more \O than the

I cannot see'whjrlho inge tax .doctrine .: And It Is sic obrlous that the wound inflicteaon acertain cavalryman detailing BEMAMtf8P1.C1AI. .

could toojj e applied just as well to owners of natoral'opportunitif's hue the trritllt the late war battle lie and pas when asked .",' ,' .

,. the house M l he land. Labor alone laborers in.their power. when the Utter his where Fuff'rinj he was in bit replied that he was t. \_. .

produce futTthrrrg and the associationof are relatively as numerous' as they are "wounlleJ In the he.-7!mev'I uion.] .ati

man atone Rives his products valve, to-day, and can expect from them just as ,- 'r

If It is expedient for the good of man much as they nee fit of the results of their Auction of Sto'kCon-l lMlnR of -8P1.C1AI. S-tk"r f. -:

that a tax should be imposed on land labor. It is thus the monopolization of )lri ling, al\t Work HaUdlers.Horses, Y
and also >
alone, should not object It. But I cannot natural opportunities that reduces waves. On Saturday, Mav-,*&, we will! sell -

see why It I should be. If it Is right I But In case of land excess of demandover without reserve to the highest bidder -
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S ,,and just$ ,and equitable that tko taxes I supply alone causes the value. nine heall.i of Mock in the Court House! ,
Y or claims of State land\ and All horses\ to be as repreccnted\
should bear equally i A second difference between : square! : This HOSIERY'WEAR
refunded. ;,
upon all its citizens anil if the State givesall I coWs, etc. i h this! : no man can exist: I at time of hale or opHirtnnlly money for those. In
i is a splendid | : \
Its citizens an even chance to exert without land ; a right to exist, therefore, want of a good horse to buy, as all these

.. :; their industry and equal\ protection in necessarily implies the right to lan.11.\ ; I horses are reliable workers and driver""*, GORt

IF Fi -- the results of tbe same, then the State rp/rti can exist without cows ; aright to not old worn out "plugs! and are sold

'. RICKSON" '. AND TIlE 9INOL1 : has no right to lay taxes on one productof exist then, does not Imply a right! to to reduce. sale: stock positive during rain the or shine summer at 10 wa' a. & GINGHAM ,. !r
,:.. TAx. I Industry and exempt another product cows. in. on Saturday. In case not nil of' the

f ht.8d Oi *);8nllnrr: % of Industry. In other words the 'fi3at'e 1. Demand\ gro'fnlQut of a public need stock! is not disposed\ of, the sale will bo 4 0

has no right to Uy taxes on one class of other from out of individual exertion. continued f>n Monday, May Otlr ;,
f IWUtkMK itowing., I will assume that R. ROOT citizens and exempt another class 2. tattle does not infringe
for liaising
Stables Fla"aprd .
<.b Ocala;
V T/l "*"l.! the author of thoee Livery ,
this just what the "Single Tax" doctrine rights of others. Monopolizing; land TUESDAY \ MONDAY
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ttcle*.i K4sW; RANKER: on the 8i >zle; I
means. Then It reduces itself down to does I ,
# 1 1., t ., ettlcees. By a system of pro- charge most rea ?; the government owns the lands and not Harnetl house, Savannah, Ga., 1 ",gresalre jrasiibniog air'Harris tries to t
,. There other points that might be "
the people? Is better that the govern : art conducted by Mr. M. L. Harnett. -A'w

= ''prove i4.. sVxriae of the Single Ttx," merit should rent to the people or the made, but we think these are sufficient I York: HorW. marlltf ------
I bat:it i iOnts .t.t.b..t. :he'ralght just. closer -- -- --
owners of the land? In renting from the to show that there is a good Lost

:' i If I't[ well;havtn<]roved anything else, by his owner it takes but a minute and you go connection between the premises we Crimson silk hal lost on Lemon

\ j :ouree of 4Monng as the "$ipgle Tax." tq work and you meet some day In have laid down (which Mr llickson regards a.t'nue.lPhvl'l'n Ocala and Mr. Ford's APRIL 29, 30, and MAY 1,
i In,trying to reply to Iiis.oue-idea reasiof I .and you hand him the amount of the as truism) and our conclusion, than I place. Finder will please leave at Itheinauer -

r1.1'#'some of the propositions,] rent and there is an end of it. Everyman there is between those same premisesand Brothers' store. 26ap2::

chat Mbidlsd'his' doctrines npon Iefwya knows that now It takes a lone ride the proposition, the moon is made For Sale. \

,'JI'8j..t iBxi value, we mean the value and whole of green cheese." BIG CUT IN PRICES
a day to pay his taxes and I A com 'tete Bottling outfit, by Ocala ,
.'.' ;atbw li C to:i land independently of 1m red tape l is appalling. But suppose the As to the army of office holders which Bottling Works. 12apr d&w tf .

t J.. ,pro"'.iD&t-r9! my mind this state government had to rent the lands, the Mr. Hickson foresees marching across
till 1yes',, deal of, fallacy in the Kingman, at the fkating rink will exchange
a great officials would have to be increased. the ruinea of the Republic, case old

?.' eiltisa i\a are the results of the ex Behold the vision of fat offices, fat officials single tax is adopted, we de-lib? to ask aprl a new wagon for.your one. ---

[; : (qrttabors I of the people that ocvttic"ttiirntl and red tape. With tbe number why should require a larger number City .Tuxes. \

,: .or the lands adjoinintr. officials appointed the' of men to collect tues then, than under ,
by government ,
Mr. Frank GaiNon U ready to receive
\J r: ind lying In ,the wilderness there is already apprehension in the our present or any other system. The uir city taxes. If not paid bv the 30th -SEE HAND BILLSBENJAMIN ,
mt AiiUJJlii before 1492.the time Columjjoc truth is there would be far fewer office .
, t .. minds of many that the president can o \pril, Looks Mill be closed and the "I
' .but an being could see It. ButU of assessment and collection, -----
i: manfnnlatfnri r>f this, ,natrnnynabut : system For Sale.A .
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.'.wben'theypeopte came here and wanted I both Slate and National would! be simplified '
when it add to these the of
army desirable, partly improved place for & FOX ,
'.it'became valuable. Another ,
i eit'
, iVtb: rent gatherer that it would take to cols sale cheep containing ten acres with 110

peiiehie,. propositions is, "no value lect this rent, then thin apprehension orange trees in grove, part of them in

'rrlt4 a t': demand." There is nothing would be realized an 1 lit seems to me, a Philadelphia NeWL.JE..EUSOS bearing, all kinds of fruit and shrubbery,

'. J, ( tats'In' ,the' affairs of men than this DAVIS UOMANCK.The near S. S. O. & G railway and Romeo
elfish ambitious
or president might
perpetuate po*totl 1 p ee4tlon; Another one of his pro his tenure interminably. Mr. selling, I have more land than I want -- ---

l r .m.My.jm.. ., that "only two elements can Harris nays the rent would not be more Stratagem by Which lie He- Inquire of T. G. MARTIN,
5 Uiftr lerto value: cost production Romeo P. 0., :Marion Co., Ha. l &
\ than four cent of the rental that Palace.
per ; cured a Bride When a Young Store0. !
15apr pmg
t" excess To
M. of demand over supply. means four dollars to the $100, and forty Lieutenant.The -- ,--- ( 44

: ..*.B>/iMnd; ,'cost of production enters only dollars to the $1000. This the govern NOTICE

K R,Misstirnfnllr l into the value of any pro- ment would get whether it needed It or first marriage of Jefferson Davis ._ .
*. the factjJttsai of somewhat romantic character. To all Whom It May Concern. ----
,. 4...?'We'have all experienced not to pay expenses. Imagination stag.gera was a

'r Although.. some of our products have under the computation of the sum After graduating at West Point he was I have this day sold and transferredmy
when nobody ordered to Fort Crawford at Prairie du entire Mottling; Business to the Ocala WHOLESALEAND
k fcvtt'.M\ .*,::good deal, yet tbe government would have control of. Works, which
Bottling will take
)3/wiin8 to buy them, they were of no With such a pile of money and such an Chien, Wis., the post then commandedby and inn/: the entire business. All charge old; _
,: 1 \" t-,to os or anyone else; It seems toJ army of officials, do you think, my fellow Col. Zachary Taylor. The daughterof customers are h'rebrf'r rro.! to them, .,

d :'w '!at,..d .nd lathe. only thing bat citizens, you could turn them out? I the latter, Mirn Sallie Knox Taylor and are requested to wad all orders for Retai I Drugs .'
''. valuable in at fell in love with the goods direct to them.
: 'j ee p _jts or anything I think not. The exclamation of 1'tie once desperately burned
.1 I r { : value without des handsome and intellectual lieutenant [ ] C. CARMICHUOcala
1 f'lV iflt has no la Republique" would soon be swallowedup young Fla, April 8th, 188< -0-
, .It f >roportlon Is also true with In "Fim la Empcreur." and the affection was reciprocated 12aprdlt w2 -ALL KINDS OP-

I,have named. Another but the old Colonel was averse to
,, There other things In Mr.
are many Silk Sale. OILS STA
-, l k propositions Is that "land any matchmaking under the circum-I TOILETAND
articles that I like
Harris would to Remember these
stences and peremptorily forbade Davis great bargains offered
i notice, but time and space and yourteatIere' bv Mrs H. K. Il-i>wer at the Ocala Music --
, ..; : from visiting. hill quarters except in an House! FANCY .
patience forbid. Light: taxes is will only l 1)e here a short time. ARTICLES .
t; i" That all what.ire want. W*. HIOCHOS. official capacity. The l lovers managed to Ladies' should not miss seeing these,

J'Jj i ,i > people in their collective l see each other by stratagem, however, wonderful! \ bargain : Twenty yards In Complete Stock I
\j. propositions are as and one morning at daylight they were brocade satin! J13; 221 green/: check t9:
'hese '
ti B&PLYMr.Iiickson'eanswer. L'21! yd*, satin Rhn.lames. $W); 12J! >ds.: We bandle nODe but the
that ofys"aud'no missing. The household was instantly neat brands
y Writ, barring part rium Nirah Ulnulames Headquarters or elaan.
.. is by way of"con* I $918; yds. bha! tot Wall Paper and Gardenaeed.WRIGh .
Individual canskht aroused, the servants interrogated and :
ft' lion and avoidance. He admits that a satin3,5J; black vrosgrain, |1, 9 yds.
to them." search made, but nothing was elicited, blue glO rain, .H( ; :20( yds. blue stripe, T & FHAZKU,
r land values are sated by the people in
t1 ujea'his doctrine upon the save that the' door of the stable was HI.Tht'se Ptriua Qt1UI : OcaW, ru
ws.r their collective capacity," but thinks the silks are from the Johnson & .
}' w Pof any one man owning aInd same U I, true of all other species of property open, four horses were gone, and their Co.'s firm, New York, importers of silk -- -- .-.--- --.------ s--mt

M end having an Incontesta and that our argument.thus leads tracks indicated a hasty departure. and all goods/: are warranted. If they! do
man's ) Further examination of the not hold to what I -
+ another premises represent them I
"' ,, ,.to' it, narrows logically to cummunism. This objection
will 1
R jpportunltles to utilize and en showed that Lieutenant George Wilson, refund the money. 'ilHERluCTIOffMEAN3:::: I
; was anticipated and replied to In the article ---- -- .
eland. >This &Is true also.\ I cons brother of Thomas S. Wilson, of Dubuque ; Notice. : __.-.. .. .._....
Mr. Hickson criticise We will reproduce -.r w ._..._..w_..::::{.
/veer proposition he lays down as the argument for the distinction Iowa, and Miss Street' daughter We beg. to call the attention of our '

1I rlth I the exceptions, mentioned. between land and other species of of General Street, had likewise suddenly friends and customers to the fact : =
property that will =l OF
)canse these things are true, (and a cow for example. We think Mr disappeared. There was but one conclusion we block, on open Magnolia up in Millers KC
based and in less than hour
are b sides an every man,
w my mind his arguments Hickson, ignoring the argument: with a rullstoe..k of hardware, grain and
r ollynt!on the truth of: these proposl- which is drawn from the equal right o woman and child in the village knew all groceries under the firm name of S.ll. f DS'AT"f'rAND -'

C. ,s) be deduces the conclusion that his, all men to existence, fails to take note DC about the runaway match. Birdsey A Co. Thanking our friends for *l *l I.

" trine Is established. From these these two points: Colonel\ Taylor was enragod and declared past favors and asking continuance of ..-. r..w--'......-....BELOW.COST. .

which are only truisms to with an oath as strong as he ever name we are, very respectfully, ....-..... .............- .--..... -- -
positions, S.
R. -
First, Horses, cows etc, are producedby DIRIKapr'5thvtd \, -- -
'' 6n'a minds he might just as well used, that under no circumstances wouldhe ALBIRT II.
c the exertions of men. Land, on the DIIUJ8KY. i
deduced the doctrine that the forgive Davis or become reconciled to I a-a
e contrary, is not "produced" at all. It --- I
'"'Ii is made of green cheese, or that already\ ex ills. How can the right of a his daughter'* disobedience. Sixteen MASTKH'S SALE, .-_...-!..............----L.
I! ,, w:*. l I. black. or blna is red. years passer!. "Old Zach" was in command A :
man to the results of bis labor be extended UNDERASDBYVIRTCEOF FINAL DF ---f '
these things are true It of the United States in Mexico by the Ilon..1. ELA">> ---
army .
lkcsuae _
so as to cover that which is not J. rlnley Judge of the Circuit(curt. _.._
'; establish the fact that and serving under him was Colonel Ha, on the Wh oft'ebniaw' ... ... ---_._.._-
not day .
) the result of any man's labor 1559. wherein L:: was appotntedapetial Muster a7n ........-...-..-........
law should be enMted Jefferson Davis, at the head of the First .. --
v'' fcy the legislature A sow Second, In the case of other species or Mississippi Rifles. At the battle of TIIOMAIt::1(. IIOLMIi ci at eIceeuwn or tween"tbl !:iteor i \ .
: PASTIdmJ 4il''eaee.1 .
+ Jj'rse.or sheep could nave no value'U U I property the only reason there exists any Beuna Vista this regiment covered itself aD\IaudOEnRGKW.LVmill.el a"a Wmplaln.defend. 1.--,_1 t
demand at all I is b.eausesome individual anu. I will olftlr't public uleou
not'for the value given to them with glory, but Davis, while leading one xoxc4r.Ariiu.toT.uu.
4 .
k + '*-vttielr collective capacit exercising powers that belong to him, of Its charges, at a critlt moment, fell, In wlihln front the or,legal be cot h,un't Louse,.70hSi at Ocala.Florida --.'....---.-, .------

tildF 5n'alabor be worth fn has produced something which people severely, and it was supposed, mort.Uywounded. dcr for cash the f.. (Mowing described loth.teal highest LId.

1'l l fa AirlcJtu, ilderrtess before 14 tt want. He, therefore, I. clearly entitledto lie was borne from the field, ty The. situated nut half\In of X tl!,a lion lOutil'ut County, Florida. proper.to wit;; rg.-.FZS: !fL'j:
the quarter of
# bed thegr dd the fruits of such demand. The demand and that evening General Taylo mount five and uorthwc t quarter of northeast quarter lectlon :=::=
if stir i ppon a section elKht.:all la towwbip nf\ :==:=
w' of ril ustice rigid ? for land, on the contrary, grows ed on Old Whltey, paid him a visit twentHhreeea.t.oonUlDiugon* Lu dared ant : ; =:=
a tip Teti > 4. ors. (. put of a universal need. No individual twenty acre, more or Im I t( ALA, : ;
a t 'a J eaturiebcIn tt) I+ t9 or} Dismounting, he stepped to the Colonel'scot \ (The above sale tI postponed unulFORREST t FLU$1D,1
i lit vo 4is ::, Created this demand any more than he and extended his. hand. Mal 6th, lest, Mondy. -.'---------- .
; created the land L ROBERTSON, -
a rr "Jeff," he ..id. "you have saved the Mot BpecUl Master lttlySNOWDEN

that will top o j' oaeov And so far from its being true that our day with your glorious rifle. ; now let 1 1I

unsure N'. a argument lads to giving the public the bygones to bygone Knox (the name MwCR A McFARLANE, !U

l right to the results of a uiai'a labor, a by'wnich he always. called his daughter) 5.a I -Daatsa.I5-- \ .

ieeul r'J, n, Atlatt little reflection will show that our position know your worth and mettle better than rats To 115h158. ALL KINDS OF

A ayTburetw. is the only one that will guaranteeto did." 1'AEin $ TQit1Y C ..CITo3 FURNITURE V' ,

.terttbule every man the resuts of his labor From that moment through the war, JACrSO YllttQAYS -0- .]....

r" .MACDONELhorse Labor nothing without something to and, Indeed, until the death of President !Mtnr I .
G. P. 'f
F 1 aba/on. III is but mockery: to tell men Taylor, the warmest friendship 'existed ,. el


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