The Ocala banner

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The Ocala banner
Uniform Title:
Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title:
Ocala daily banner
Alternate Title:
Daily banner
Alternate Title:
Place of Publication:
Ocala Marion County Fla
The Banner Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
December 1, 1883
Publication Date:
Weekly[<Jan. 3, 1890-Mar. 5, 1943>]
Weekly[ FORMER Aug. 25, 1883-Dec. 28, 1888]
Daily (except Sunday)[ FORMER Dec. 30, 1888-<Apr. 29, 1889>]


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
29.187778 x -82.130556


The Ocala Banner was founded in 1883 as a successor to the Ocala Banner-Iacon, itself the product of a merger between the East Florida Banner and the Florida Iacon. In 1890, the Ocala Banner became a daily. Over the years it bore alternate titles: the Banner, the Daily Banner, and the Ocala Daily Banner. Situated in rural Marion County, the Ocala Banner covered farming, business, and civic issues in Ocala, where the Freeze of 1895 had devastated the citrus industry and paved the way for diversified agriculture and the growth of tourism. The most important of the early editors of the Ocala Banner was Frank E. Harris, a veteran of the Confederate army, who ran the paper in the 1890s. Other editors included T.W. Harris, who had published several other newspapers in Ocala, and C.L. Bittinger, who before moving to Florida had served as a commander in the Grand Army of the Republic. In 1895, the Ocala Evening Star surfaced as a rival to the Ocala Banner. Beginning in 1897, it also appeared in a weekly edition, the Ocala Weekly Star. During an address to the Ocala Rotary Club, R.N. Dosh, editor of the Evening Star in the 1920s and 1930s, recalled that the “Star first saw the light of day in the press room of the Florida Baptist Witness”, founded in 1884 as the weekly press organ of the Florida Baptist Convention, a branch of the Southern Baptist Convention. Former competitors, the Ocala Evening Star and the Ocala Banner joined in 1943 to form the Ocala Star-Banner, which remains the daily newspaper of Marion County.
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).
Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.

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University of Florida
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University of Florida
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Resource Identifier:
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AuAAD tAlT t red for $15,l : T. A. Orr & Co.. $10.- "To sn'rr TI TE iEirTEcI VOTr! oir T il D OFFICE. JG.INEVILLE, FIL.. TE Is I T 11,
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1os ssred: t-oce. W. W. r c NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT ai .trl Iori, .--n their
lure p -o .r tie I n- cn il of the Ton oif Iral the following named settler has filed tl Ilh inll'-ir-igno'.t l a nii-trail.r. rol*rl aln.
Sharrard, sma loss; C. Shafer, ., i000: ,lt.em it Ibet ti I-ie I .ils t,', the ia ounii t o if of his intention to make thlal In : ,t ll,*, tin i, tim *pr,"l I l' I law,
,s I 5. llflcln lhtltwil t.,I,:IrI f-r Lth go,] ill ern ll II1 no lt ie o his inltentltt m r qI '10 I.ei l, aria. Ai 'l all .ioouu piehl -
The Fire Fiend's Terrible De' Pat Divine, ta o); Dr. Lan. 3,- 1.'". 'i'".,"m i,r '..:1,.t. lw..n ,. ,lruo, in support of his claim. anil that ;,.:'.i .-I'i. u l, ;,.pin.,,inedl-:
000, and numeobue other amounts rang- lumill itiarkelt I.,iu-I, wleI. ir,,ivei an, lvi.. said proof will be made before Rolbert ;'. II. i. I HIltai s,
strction of p g from $50 500, carpentry ahern. II~"lII i. et. pjror it o;il, rattu. ali Bullock, Clerk Circuit Court, at Ocala. '.Bl .A*'hu"irCtolr, tdeiC'l *il nlon.
StCiOn Property. rds Ocala Hnoue. rs. ,rk ai orv 'iti tL Foiri(la on FRIDAY, DECEMBER ;, Sheriff's Slae.o I
structton of Property. and boardeirs ititle), Ili ; ,. Is itF4ihe Ocala House. rti......itary tht, i:,Al lw S f
'aay d ..e n '.:ro; therc,'rrt'. Is' it ordtho : bV 1i1, Vii- I 'IV I dTiIB i: (IF .\N E.E%\- I'TI oN IF .El
SWhitfield's and s. Barco's losses are their aiinare. Alrt Jacob, of Cotton Plant. Fla., oE tt.itllnnllt urt. fr Marimounty
lt t)That tthit h eiret -riftrth Albert Jacobs, of Cotton Plant. FlI., u t t i-it tur. rt ra. I '
~from $1,000 to <,000. After we left we ,p,,u ak.';,f utii- wirln',tivi ':'-r^ fblo .30 9Hd. 2039, for the w i of s w and s w I Fift Jd a l t rint F r ior i fraid tifavor of
A et. whall. -d Ihi, rr"erlintl t- ohlea, I have
E BLOCKS LAID IN ASH heard Anew's mill was on fire. The a n h e .o n ef wirle....... iwill. il t.W.. olfr anide of ho le
esti Imae dy alllvotrs al toid, mowsp wdown Wcre Lrtlt- el s 1, t 16 9, r 20 e. HIe names tile fol- ,I,.r in file tow"n of (hala. Marion County, Flor.
estimated loss told, may be put down ttoe la-~t InrnieIipl ;;ta a.t t
lossdosaid fifteen thoueniae dldollars worh of lsm = lowing witnesses to prove his continuous idi. diiring the legal hours, of ,isale. Ithe. following
at $400,000. shall orhall r all not be issued. Tilh mayor shall, residence uOn, and oeitivation of. saidmd r, tpert. to-wit: To 'roo te
A large amollt of goods were carried i" h'in prielniuaton. appoint the lal:ll;gr ua lind, lviz: iLews Hudey, Knice Rob- teen Drill 'ore's thre pieenso Pplungone El
clerk of 'aid ehlet a-ll:n :d i a ILa fur tr ihe hIolding' t A is Samuel RicheRob. t Still Ionei, ine thre Ieenn, ilnitlr. TrneEle
The Ocala House, the Palace out of the store and hotels, and were of tlhe aie,on a t otice or not leas than thinrty os, Abe Johnsont, amuel Richerson. vatin Malhin oe Egine, ryo. llornadTr
ot, nner" Offie placed too nearthe fire, which were af- iac. At said election a plain white paper Cotton Pla, a tnr' thile ' o.
terwards burn; Very little, if any, ballot halle luso, wlth the rotson 'or n" Bnov7-5wA Register. Atisrf Ilas CB .I'TCHIeELDt
terwerds bBaneRgister. OAffce II. CRU. n,-"STCHSIE
or againstt bends' written or printed thereon.e Nov. g, 18. Sheriff Marion y
and Ten Stores can be made ugful. Over half of the The words "for band" shall mean and be con- -S o IS. Sherb Moton County, i.
oth. aveiied either stolen or bro.- te Iru anc te of ltn ithouus in dollar orth Sheriff'S Sale.
tae rof n s n flarort Homestead Notice.
destroyei. ken. Several 'parties were burned tit Iabnd anld the oords against t hbnde' shall BY VIRTUE OF AN EECUTION
l~~~Imply and be held to mean that the person so.YDOFCN
out, namely, B. Iichardson, Webb voting i opposed t the is.uance of ffteen thou- issued from the CircuitCourt for Marion GAI EIVILLE, FLA.. Nov. K. ISS.
----and Boynt ding several ollrworthof County, Fla., upon a decree for foreelo- NOTICE Is HEl.ItEBY UlVEN THAT THI
and Boynton, dg several butch- E. 8. If two-thirds of the registered voters f mortg hIch W. A following named settler a ile notice of hi
Herolo Efforts of the Citiens er shopsand stands. of the tow", actually voting shall, from tit- sure omontentiion to make flnal fin auppolr of his
return of the managers of sa56 eieetion. slotsar new & Co., are plaintiffs, and Mary Too- claim, and that aiti proof will be male iefloen
Sa opTHe BAtNE.-R. not to have voted for bonds. then no bomnd. 1hall ly, administratrix of BTnry Tooly, is de- It"ibert Billock, Clerk Circuit Court at Ocala,
to Save UIfe and Propert Knowing the necessity of publishing ,iteur oed f t toowi hall aer th re gistrd pendant, I have levied uponand will sell 8aio Mil, widow Rt Mtv h de-z
voterol.u of the towno ,bll appear to IavIenlcelwidowofRobert Mitchel do-
legal advertisements, and not wishing to voted for Iond, then the cavor and clerk before the court house in the town reased,l of ral-. Fla., lid. s;0, for the w of
of the town shall hIsue aflteen thoiand dollars of Ocala on MONDAY. THE THIRD s w seen, ti, tpits. r 2 e. Shenames the fIl-
miss an Issue of our paper, we took the worth of bolnd in surh sutis anil at such times DAY OF DECEMBER, 1888 the follow- lowing witnesses to prove her continuous rsl-
S ea llmauhslina rs isn wbleh tirst train to Palatka, and are thus ena- t ith the I nouat uly ered 'ei ing described Rop, 8,le f Ot acultIvon of, saId lad, va:
isinti, wit threr o Yes fie ld n:s. recorlei ingc described property,leviedupon as Thoms Itoeniirfofnt neifill',Fin.; a
tileon country wears n er bled to give our readers supplement on on, shall authorize them .o t ;do; ail ito 1 lod the property of the estate of Henry Too- i olan, King IaNmey a{ndt .idy WIvlliam&s au
r blodsl-hll hall e issued or siglnedl by Iti tiaw,,r ly deceased: That certain lot of land of l)cala. Fla. I.. A. BAIINFI.
Darlket Veil. time, We have made arrangements orclrk except in pursuance of .uh n order of lyininthetownof Ola, Mari onCou- -nn4-sw.... eglter.
with the PalatkhJourwaloin which they the councl.lygitt
with the Palat oua in which they 4. hen said bonds are sa is.iedl. there ty, Fla., described as lot four, in block Notice of Attachment.
will publish a pmall advertising sheet hall he two thousand ive Yed dollr twenty-seven of the old survey in the Inte circuit cor r Jd- rt
jwrntATRD Loss $400,000. containing t tile llW l kilovolt AndiHIea and onth the Cour toe, Fifth known d saied a
BTATED containing the Ienl advertisements and enominnated "Market londs" and the wo town of Ocala. Frri da,arin Co
any other that Mr. Wilson can "Market ltoids" hall be i tanild on the face A. B. CRUTHFIELD. Miller & Dtiunn, aff, vs. iFrancobs Tam et,
_____ any other mati a r. WisonaU thereof. sail bond shall be for Uie' amount of Sheriff of Marlon County, Fla. iefendaint. inthenameof thetat of lori.
furnish, until can make our arrange- ifty dollars each. shall bear t vc per cent. in- NovS-tf Iua. To Francois Tamlet, tihe ntenedant, ad
Sr str Iandt he redlcnable in five years fr,nn the alt oilier persons Interested.
Btantifnl Ocnal ia no more. The fell ments. We h, not had time to con- sate therf. Said is shall le a first ot- l i E TAT A
.. ... V01..' AURE IIEH'II.' %(rr'rIrI THAT A
stwPr ha laid it to rerl. in all pmh- sult our pare Mr. Wilson, about gage rn an saret h n Homestea otioce. l ror aelhmont huasbeen Iedoto th
atv fer ten -wra tl Cme. ad in- whatwill be de but in all probability ue eoara5lt r ktulat iof tl slll Irrult a-tLOFFICE. th JulllalC,ll rl
--stvn .-NUh terla .. Our losstereston salIL -nds. Snaidtbbo n Pe s apii beVLLEi'LA o s an lw'. uel ayeda, arn
d wesh wih a to another unr orp rpoeexc t the erection ofa GAINIOur los 18- Tl ni, nadgto "U. 00. No. thersdam

'hesp. prwmt ,.th n astire and t w be some stime p ng e known a r street unt Shalitar ins," at the am and that said prof will e mad e before iair. A.. '. I n o rule ll, a *n id -
B mf_ whre w_-tended -aap.ll-Rp words ''Street Bondsa or 'Eiamitaru, L*nI.t" tobert Bullock, Clerk Clrcuat Coart aatOcals. n.t will e rn' by del an the
pin-r~ Ta ftra uI.-Oqm? NO. daa'PRvA s excelled iitegE ti Our loss wasen- shall he stamlpt on the aitee .,f each Ianitever' Fia.,on SATURDAY. DEC. 291,4. via" .ldtie) pm'oo, iej by la, w.
iouneof ..uh booth.n. Al suvet o ds pippt for 'rdm Lr"ton. of Camp a srn Iln lrrlm) Ih.G-w and seat Ihbi t 1 doayf
qnt r4 lll'e Pot wa l ,ill IItsh.eiof Anld tire, and itfwll he some time before we street prl. .s hatl li ear ,ii their f:te the tile s W nofs a e 4 ll l, tp is. r Ol.. Ih e i 1t 'nl le.. I.t o. Ils. L n
can geteverythihlg in apple-pie order, words "Stret I<,iis;"ualidlallfelh asare i.'.tlt namsth following wown wltesehs toprve r.i., i...T BrLLOr,,
ths ) olntnt pa. A,,." .,l-,nnsatl hs r w v The citizens worked to their utmost, for -mltar- itur',l, 'ial Iltt at nth'cirIrace^ tnultur re"itiowtenei' uoil, an d .ctlvatutib n of ii ,. n., A..... leLur.
---.anddid all....... they c ...ld ... the words to saLvLb e Irtwlr,s.h" r" yt ," Oaul l itoii alo lanll Vliz JIz: pn teph CJordoe. Geo. W. lorr, Lsd- Azt ,rnee mr l'nlnllfs aor~il-td
are snmsnldt As Iho'pnrl' honrof na. and did all they oe uld to save, but were e applied t to no otler ue or ipurlNri exept wara Williams, Durant Stokes., all of (mp Iz-
n n and powerless before mqch a conflagration. ulucli n re strctlyS trfeet r annitary ploni-te. zard, Fla. lL. A. llBAKH. Mayor's Proclamation.
.'.. ani Wa veral accidentaeocurred. but nothing Sain I te t -anoni ouhallt a lie of t, allca Retnt tf lilt I l N ETION T lT TO THE E
a.insthe hot ,m the fa.sintiet Chnrh serious to our ilW..edge. reehlalllef r rt ruanid ttollr '?ni. \.wlri in tl- SOTERt S OL TIlE TlWN OcAI iA TlgE Qll JtP5a-
iia 1 The tOala Hous e was nearly comple- tcarnlyearl ad"ar t. hoisia't 'a hunhedinrl AdministratorY's Notice. TvtaNO OF I'ss'it si S -es, m AnlttnT OF a
peelh fs'4 h ;sw' d'llll5 l,,nl-.. 1 1t tedo and was t n ifurniashed throughout tworentyea thedlWlLte thlerlof O.e-tlirFi OII DI lANCl A ''aI O':'.d",TBa'at: [il )Av OF yo-
uWPillett---A tirandiw i es o timhedu th mowu t eosllear hllvltc hetrwn firlne, Notice is ire by given to all peruos ehatiing 'n.:f.l. A. i.. u.i t.
w .nnnuP h***i-" c*......i0,,- f -nl with new and abdsom furniture. We shall te. tnoi the ar i herby l.lrtetd u~ clatis aainft th. estate of Aleander Llough, AN EION IS ItEEItY OIDtRED
r S I understand that Mr. Brown will rebuild t fn I1or tihe part paymelut oi int. rte on muni d'e. -e*, litt o ainrion o" y. iand State to be h on the th day of lD'ember, A. D.
Li ln iinT c z ii" no aftr*s t h bondl. looi ia. to present their lais t u. l te l 'r- 1i1S.e at Iue roaunrl chanmlhr il the Town of
a at once. .. c. l. There .hall r e two thousand five htn- ii ll al."inistrator, prpert sitheuti~,nt.l. Iala. Iv the regrterelt other of th towan, who
Vh F ..4 nr4,n,,a. r* .rm in the rtno Nothing will be~heard in public circles dretl of aid lxmil.s to lie eaelle.d indi knlowtn ias altnill the tire prtstlel bIy law,.r they will wi,r, reiistler'd at the laut munlrilpl election,
tfor the nextfew weeks but the necessity -inloatinrt.lcbt lit.u," wliet lich sail wonis I b rr. AFlo all L "n"bRteS. l to~n. a* to helher Fifteen Thusanl Iiolars worth
fInitermim n A'n aQ)4nrmw. mnloh ain two .of a fire command of water. In *li.tpmi.d on the face thereof. 'aid tlt: eotmte will make p lieno mimmast't., of blinds shall or shall not Ihe itond. At said
ra. ruMayll b' ttl mt war, shall be applied ton,, oIthr or puril' e e..- H-...l eM t. riEtDI (K, election a plain whi.e pai r ballot hall be

T wn. ,,An ***o,-lnrr. Pri--rv ofTnr Let thisbe a lessoto Ocalaand other cept to tlake up thelprersent oit-tailtng lil rilot l-i.. tra. witluthe wor t.forltndt ."tr"against b
toWnS. dl i a indhelteldnioes of the toi nt. Saii d l, Ial. a i!lail .- wrillen or rit 'd theren, acr ini to
ar I n alsatho fefiCP. h t w ti ay per ons n home le ss an d no hi of tthv lc of lti- dollars e h, r hall ollr Wort hili t-ruiV E and R ueiF litiuos, and for tlc purpoCeA meen-
w Many persons homeless, an no eenor cent. intertnd le ale in Impor'tant e. tionel In the aid ondinSance.
t a had nd the ens hnil ." where to go. ThelMagnolia, the only ten year rmm the date thereof. IT ME B v- m Ad James B.Carlilce, I. Seherl and W. D.
oI t -l hotel left up to iswa crowded. SEc. 7. 'there shall be two thousand five hun- .JAMeS CRUM. ORECUT OF Dawkins are h erby appointed manige.. amd
W.omn hnl tu annd. N. he B aim ftuim was broken up drdof said bonds to be called and known Ia the last will anl titaent of Harmon B.Y. Your s heri bppolnto ek ol the
S ste. .i ond esa onandt .r w as toKteiFire rndas," aind the words "'fltre Bonds" Crm. Br., decealdfi-o sell-at Whites.- said electlo, and to mlthoLretaa ol the u a
a n-v, afnoo lw'ah mrne sta;n, wh;*l on account of .tlre. Itwast tke Ibaline t h'et lhereot Baldheadsa -wite- "-, on oo r EDN' eS l p" I nt raio AlOen "
-.. 4 ,.. W!. I.acaitw. Ohoott Ioi The team nrrived shall Ioof hacll lit n dollar, each. iall iIfe oCLo i t. '' eten D E nn eryl ianaBth ela'satsmalo
SomIU timef gvATwd. 'e Snj'an fotm.4 Ie OranIse bear deven pfr eder est; ani reermable DAY, THE 1-sT DAYIOP DECEMBER, theTown of 5cala, ttia Sth dayeotNovembherI
at-t l once btp wtortin twevnt yen .tqm the cdatet thereof ,,foi of
I. rl lake PL. section, d w -e donot Lo if yhwlbeaprsromrtweldlIn (noothermTanuer 88i. th fllowing l i#-eEd land, to- tis. (IgnIed) iJWf.b"PENIaI
they went oan tp the lakeor not. In orlwrnoot hrprlc tean thepurhaseof f it 'All that fine o.l -f land known A it IIEc. RY W. ti'Lrorol
Os' ITn... iad mahnnmh there wa a this event oar eobdst pleasure-and in- aparatS nd lthe preoring ofa plentiftnl p- as the Crum land, cosisting of the w t wa t O Cer
St.Irll n t thA nre. tendons have ale sore disappoint- p tnof water ti,-h hmbeecan as iathe ounrl nay of n e e + of n w i w 'f of n w norst-i P COY,
met. h x wnCsi 5I TlcriDer shall be attiuaily ach s.esetd nald h t 17. na of r 2 n e, n ontainini two a. -m Detty a serk.
p)p-vw effet hti e t'n r.tolki the flae. colte ted ,pon all real anid lersolnal rolert hundred acres. about m n hundred land New Precinct.
asii 5wa ne- The BANSER wfl rebuild, within the cortlorate limits a tax of th an sixty acre being firtcmes hammock
la rmnns rre w r- envel- The AhasE klk to r l inted stt r iom la oP and balance pine land.d Said land is sit- A new prielnt havioghr en reatl t lntof a
'~'~menfli- than went across to Good-bet-debi s:midt hiooils, aimd a lax of one. aidone-ilaeI inillf nnlln mile imrtionof Ilistriut Nn t0 voting ptcee Mite
SThe flia thn went anrrma to Good-bye to woden buildings, to forna sitinklig fnd for the tlnal payment of uated in Mat rion County, Fla. one mile I!ut.f ano *erln ellc mnllhI:t rirtlon 1im Mid Il)s-
othe priiirill of aidl tound. west of Lake Weirstation on the Transit trirt no u I! ilingm Til. ; 4 Rrt a Ii twna
iloer' harhershon. ai,1 in nroment So will Rohbinao, and Millet & Dunn. c. tile atl.oiunt of Itaxr elncted eah.. R R e The above land is heavily ti- ordered by the ard o 'atluy,, Colltleioner
foir the pyuientit of the dprilcipuml if t Io ". h land s haltv heir motlltn oi otht o'th dao :f ( 'lllurt u m iol
me elnire hlolr of w-oi'ln hil WaWe are still ori deck, but rather di- .tllohn. o' kniwn ib threo.eei o : 1t'o wlo t swtet guImihm. live oak, niahogany. mano- pla. t th.chili om nlio theti Lle. D o strict
l Imvnt to the ground. The wind minutive. i.hall th ectled bythetontil witiul,. ionlh liA', iron l, eLtc. HIgch. dvandt leas- nd t be known a Dristuiet N 15 bepanblhd
after lid el.'tloi for Lor ids. i aid irnrteeh ehall ", i _o "d etc. i ldr | and tplea ian ttlo ltanner.l.a. nt for th lrind ol. motal.liBd
thi carried the flames to Ronhinsons. Now for a fire company. Oh, yes; intnnualv the anunit of a'l snkiikunl alnt. lot atl aire o w aste land on HTtie ly order on tii her.
S vnrit i rnemtn- t in on aIt. Wo ttw ake "Fire and theywtir tasin h'nitcd SiCntea or State iti.eo tintl rliau li whole tract. I will sell in lots from ten R. BI'tLLC'CK,
Milpr Dnnnad TnBANEROffi. oh, yes. We toy so. .make animal rortio their pnceedinK. to forty acres to suit purchasers. Parties Ani-Um clerk.
plsce" Wmatillift Tistn r d AI Il-, e. 10. The hlnnd hi-anyd unielcr th allr the above lani te --
d Dr. wll. And n te entire but mauy cametgo. Tooed. ie vi o allte o tl. eommodated by applyIg at the store of Notice of Final Dismissal.
ad Dr. Max ell n the ~enis I i '.wI the coulnll 'ove.mlr I., lt!c. Cn. H. White & Bro. on the 10th and six months after the frst puahliraticnio tie
oaek of woods i buildingswas a main Mighty cold tlg go North for another IIEN mt rk towno o llth of December. Terms made known natii, I wll ietnt my a-cunO sad roueh
nClloffice, bt l the BmnBi o must wave. wApl.roved l.v me this thi day of Nove.mlh.r. on day of sale. neasc adnaltrstolrot the mstitMo A. ti.
lnia. The flmes then spread t iIw. ELDWIN S'EN:CEIL JAMES n. CRUM, Executor. or is county courtflar Marioun Uo. aaltei
a stnrt to .Agnew-s- hotl Loake Welr. w ee thee not, hut al- o Mayur of oci la. Nov3-Decllrt ot
oliA trni ropO TrigntaI ordliaanle. I- ssrik tnar fo In dmehiaah lte Irea puld
ways willfeel !ly for thee and her fAtte ItENtrY W c A--sth rttteotfftirew...
Md that and Dr. Orv's residence wa people. '. novn-m Clerk town of uenia. of I taetrCe. AE ,
bia n tlais. Hiere the fliwe sbsiMd Mr. B. F. e C of the Leesbura Notice to DebtorsandCreditors. r,, th C'irtrit ',,rt, fh .nM iciarar- 31 AdlUamlsoew i.
r the want of material. The hordin NeVws, died oulesday morning, after' All persins holdangclalm against the citate cuit of Florida, in neer sitting. Homestead Noti
a short illness. e had a longer nothica of .JsM'phJ. .Miklei de.estali, rehr'rebyv nttl NT Homestia NotAcen, .
oue of Mrs. Whitileld was alo hbomrnt. of his death, hbut i weut with the rest of I t .r-ut athe s.rme fr l.lrmeian1t witiu ix uASE W. L ENON. Complainant OFFICE, OAIN
m Iia.tuthi'm after tlle hi-st liliinuhiflh .f tit li~liothe,' iJOHN M. LIrNIO.. Defendant. LAND OFFICE, OAINEvILIZ FLA.,
ad efrom there tse fte spread acess thoe office mnri rwl hisl ioice illm biealt inax i iher.if. THE BILL HAVING BEEN FILED Oct. 18, 1883.
~-and all perniiindb t l id ewtit ;rr TeBf nNNl ie thi cause tlat NOTICE 18 HERBY RIVENe THAT
ftrom outh street to Davir' reidence. Mr. Preston Pe er. a highly respected requertd to i,-.,m,.oanli.etlI i.. e.e and die prf a e ithi cse the follow nmetat NOettler has oIed noTA
then to the moss factory. Nothing w -a citizen, died ear Sunday tngrtlmn of of aiMAtrA tl E. the defe giant rioinCuu Faides beyond the limits the following named settler has fled
etosthe tory.tion o moun .nesig.-'nh Alduittrtixi. (of the State of Florida, to-wit: In the twice of his inttion tho ake final proo
left in ive bloc the b ins being int a lag oge g e air.ATATIo N ;tate of South Caolinth, ru thit in bl ppirt of hi cmlaitm, and that mill
adl wooden. except the two hotels, made near Oc a We dre ry we cannot give rdn l Clea oce B lnc i in am t ener-olt M nnon n Tnsw r i, lon eONDAY DECE oBER 1B.
it ,n easythng for the devouring lame.. sid defendant, Joh 1. Lennon answer ida on MONDAY, DECEMBER 10, .
CAUS OF THE FIRlU many of mor friends for their kind aiasia- n.tivrsr. tl:..NT. ACHR. P).. i the rult day in LDcember. to;wit : ON Patrick mlnith.ofSpringG ove,F
We are without correct information as tce, ad to our s rs for their i ltarrhe Llnbtietn to wtibt S. Ife.. -0 lS 1wr I MONDAY, tHE TeI RD DAY hEc Dr4. for tle n r t f n e cs n thof
inlithece buo tetimll. t In all pre ueelly are we in- L .ritE. T. nJh............ 1E ;A lrl IICEIBERP A. D. 18:E' otA.rwD Ie the th 4.sI6 tl4 r26e. Ite tismestlaif
Sthe origin of the fi. but in all proa- debte to Mesto t.ley &A. .am, .. I.. It. f: lacts in said bill wil u. taken cn- lowi witness to prove his contno
blllty it was done through careleMsnes. the Palatka Jouneal, for Kiviing us the Alld & irls.ntm 1 t. i.Rt.g lt.r." i t, I fI ed, and a decree pro confer will e upon and cultivation o
freedola of theirqhlie and mteriai. TrdeulI.Tfhew4ndtl S. K. iti:m mliier.n0 Ot'sedee tHdend and enterema gaiat the te- I iol, vi: Calvisn ring. J. W. Rie
Over B mnjl miln' store two clerks dlp. -- i. Keep t t. Ip -.t 1 a. -l fl u*ndant. It is farther ordered that this B. F. Liek, H. W. Perkins. all Eof slpdi
-- oralfirtor t ce sp-- -. s iaetea. .n -lSha I uti rft i esht ,i n gB. u ft e 2l! to.
and it is supposed they had retired lea.v- Ham.esteod haoties o.Ili. N, J. tit .te .....21 *t lil)tiat I be publilsl in thsaiO mtla eAn- Grove. Fn. A. BARNES,
iIeeda ntnl es 'Fratnk h.ll..........Iel t it Nt for tihe a cr e of thirt.u nienthm a nest irioi-t W Rhl tlar.

Ilt the lamp bmrning, which was uipet. T LAND oF e d'r. ~J i. Ites'h a' Iter .oi t, .i. eh ...I u ing. l eL. -- .. .
IAINILLE, A., NoY. :. \Watermu e l toE. t. cr c t. Tom K NO ti of Inorporation.
*4 as tbh upper story was filled with .teoTICrIE Is JV d TAT Till; n,,ennt i I sin.... o f io Juda of e i T I the orel thia 27th r.intc Ia heR IraGtAn.
'sitgi,'T1 I tnnthse i. it inusn 0 ,-.. I" i. .h..... .T ht u the Cri UM'4t, hr th .7 the undereigned ln'lrw lIn e associated
iyl start at .unce. sFnY it was in- 'ie -lstu siutK o iru t.u -, lntt E, L Kut. K. Co. o l lo, 0l Cl rk thSUirct rt. tle>selvestagetlhr na n 1oy. cufl0i
f adiary. When the .fli rewas datcrosn l. ri. aiD: i.. tiut' tit. E.'' I 1. M &i ii te o o I
byu s ia few uketef water wo.ld have h i lewa .f e. F, lid. .ut f i I. t. II tl. itors for LTinnt. Florida Orane Crol Comiy
ettinnnuiwped it. sut not;u ;. i,, a ;',: -F i '----- .ni anit i I. i pl e sio
Sbooket of water could t. had.. The 'atnvL td ta:n ,n nen:t.u A 1;,,: fi.,,h 1 .r a tie''. t', d Florida. i je to .,,i purp' l e of
.. f ariu.h tiuinty.l 1. ..A. BI.R.iA-- .. l l i -----o tl ipsonto In tIle 1iraiiidet at d sple
e*tlladlings were -cry *Iry. no rain p aeo le-.,w i-, T. w x.elek ow:!f ti i.. t- ., I.e : tt o 'E. of lamndthe i t .d .t)llll Of
I *'d fallen for intme tinnwm nM-)le it puLier oti e l r ,.i ," .... G.AlIN 'II.LE. rL .X.. ,Nv....1 a g o lthl .-l. .,f rage a
'tin o m:* T "t. es .N- ,i u t t-r .. "Th '-' -,s ,,- (. ERiIe oT lIT 'lT T '; of:s other troit trly, i..1 a t ui if lirange o
boom ..... r --hfe wa as br 'f t .entwitif'.... Sa l e .et uot l Tutseet a le d tutsTl- .\ r Tiih. r Irtl':s mi hl ti' ttW om...n nrvl "c e a
Lti B Y V I T" O > "t i t. i e. T r 1 t m e t*l i O I 1 L E* N" l*. p tD e f e nd a n r t h l r
LOS'- iR AND Isr.t't <. 'T".. i w.>rrmln.i i-e. l y., W i. I B .,r, ...i.... i I.i. ,, I .... -. ...... :- .. ... ..,, .il ut, t auui,l pinoif tsI be < >i,. tl sts k i.t lieif u.,,ri,. tt>tn I- ft
y ',lti|.l> il |n.f t if .1 rlH l.>i -.!i<- Htheriff' alo i l:..l. et !tl o...'eiii r i ireethi.l urt, i i tl il.oi n lir, tilt r t. f
Ae near in m weo l nmd n;c,-rtin i "p ; t' !. 1 | l... utuiiulil.> lul il .1 i i: i .. .... Ituv,"ilr I<.l|IAY. JAI A;Y ..i ,vMr. Itt ,hl t id niic i to thie coGm
thl tim, of our ilpma rture ir iot .in W it-e :n. d oitl d against tlt' Tri -.ial I V 'li'l I It; If AN EXE tCL ilOe; ,i lna", t Ir ',; t e o t 12'1 il,: upon the isuancet' l hf said ttok, the
.. U aiot ftli ; l,tl ainoH to ln. in. ,-..;i ,,itin Ie I in iit -t ,ual for tMarint .e.t ltat owi g a to pr-orv ne- nce o Ilimn teie ail o f the director ot
istiranrce ire as folllhws, l'njamin s i tl'.'e b lt'.nte' ;e iid will r ell at pnhiihl:i ( ,'i ,:' F -ll..t i u im i T l s. r -u ftr .- I liiuIour .r-o. e;i,.u ... nli atiln u f so ti t hl conho fnhit Tie. corlihration h at i
.. 0 .0 asre l f .0 im Snow et t e rv n m Motodanv. thiu. it i i ,e i-l- :..rt;fil-e'-. o"li, li e. wItm.vWh. WI Atrw .' i; i "ri tir il.r. i dat,.frok toir ilin f the C uartiOcleu lia
it .. iaea'y't' inigtr l f t-, d n .g t "sf Iid..etfr.r,n. I). IHM. IJ-f.r,. il I .r- i.intii h. A n,. An it I. t u .* iu- -. L. 1' A' l Nt. c 4do, $*.000, partly ilsluresl: : t. >1i. -.,,turt liuie W t n tir in thl o t)iwn ofi (-dlap. (' rI tliulu ;i.luiiili-ratui>r 'if [I tcr Ain- tcm "ai u bReg '"or. veutr.. Tiat- lietl'r.f t leli lnp y
I-..,i. o r -, T I l. mt ii n n t rtd M irio r' ti'. en State uf l'tl1nisu i fli. f.- ir- -ii i- I.-t;i.!Li .. r. ;.,i .1. vi' Uc iittn c t tinsist i th a i. s ,ertfiry. Iel
eBr w i. (th*I Toutsco re. inirn.i i .,,wi.' ,ing dt.,rimi J pi rperty. ft.-,-n : ih:i- ait Lsli tiol l..f 1 .i i' i th IoIrt illi it i : Homestead DtAptce. tiE it4r 1.for l tieII.norl Inmc: V w.h hall> ba
tor f 5,00V) [ M. Theirer. 1.11 firn ir-" -iliir, _N.. It and 13 e l IS..,--i**:", r ; town **t OU.-'l.i <]|i n ![)Nr.Y. T"ile: lAN> o)FFI : e tl uniniuially alnd hhil hlheir st
i u.. .t h- No.. 14irnd 17, atllu.reh t w: i t ir 'I r1 .lt :l..Y IOF I)E .'EIIIF ER. -S.:!. tlit -;:!"'I-!.A. l :Pt. '.iNov. ', thi::. iv l thli. ts i.,r i.,i. e ar. Tin e-rpMo
a lth i g. i M 'lus ithfi r, e *l t. Ib II. l -:. 1 ,- N* 4. lie)'y lii. u m ptI rt I ni. r oll.i.: fl.lll. It i,;i E-. .tii..tI i:... r. rty. l. i ,l '" .ti -* i !..:- II 'ltY i'g .ll i r TiAT li c iion shall utn i i iopoe subje tl ilt tif
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