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:
April 13, 1889
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 ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
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 by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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; FLA., SATURDAY APRIL 13, 1889,

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f -- -- The the I
.f following companies attended' .
1'lrll. Ankle .rker'. School Hold _
Intt'r. tAto drill at Jacksonville, on
an Intt'rnaUullall'lulltcal Contention OFFICERS
r, "r In the Marlon Opera House April( llth f :: Thee P.Gary ,
The German Fusiliers, of South Carolina Muor-Dr.
An Intelligent and Delighted I : the Montgomery Guard; the N&nbal-c. K. BaIL
I Carolina Uiflei and the Galling inn Detachmeht. Collldr.. P.nviiiienioi .Uadnw.

Mrs. Ankie Parker has became a recognized I of Charleston ; Sumter LightInfantry A.-D. E.. R.Metier.TraauterR. lnClwden..

I factor in the musical' and educa i I of Bowler ; I no .and Hides; City Anurne -OW T. Unen.D .
I I Halifax Kille from VnPoanlof
Davtona. -
tional }art of Ocala's growth and! development ; Ogle AWermenW.vwuuvu K. inia't K. *. AIrI1',
Yc4r thro|pa+ Light I Infantry, August a, Ga.; BowelU. I.. R..nt...k Ii.
earl? + and the admirable manner in Clark Light Infantry. Augusta, (pia.; t JmiiviWrtandler, 1. Brown and w. u. MIL

i which her pupils carried out the program r. Clinch Hifles, AugiiHtn,
set for them at the Opera I llou(> tlt'14. Bartow, Fla.; Cadet Company{ E, Innpector-W.T. King.

IR t ni'-ht.: ilemonstrateHbevondqneMion\ Florida J-emiiiHry, Gainesville ; Orlando COUNTY OFFICERS.
the marked and salient points! which I Guards, Orlando' Fla.; Florida Agricultural County Judno-WchaM McOonathj-

1 Mr I *. 1'. px)sxc'saesas an instructor the College Cadet' I.a lie City, Fla.; Count Clerk-U.. William A. )1 1t'r.SberUrE. .

young and her enviable, ability as a Island City Guards, Key Wtt, FIIl1t'.ellllhl \.; AM T.0. Mathewi.f
thorough musician and her succoKinil Grevs, Of'Ofi"nlAla..; Gem lloe: -jt. T. wartmann, Cltra.

I; modes of imparting. same.A I City Guards, Palatka] l-'la.hrthe Macon, TresauretR.. of I'1lee.PublIC Instruction..'I .
I f fJ splendid audience greeted t the pupils (Ga.) Cadets. I's,nmlnjttOli. ...
and! the rapt attention and hearty applause I The Giver for and Malt were present Count, t>>mmlaiuuen-..1& W. Long W ITrauiham ':
72Ft' .. 'I'errlD, W"P., w 11-t
,, that followed the execution of yesterday and witnessed the interesMng M. IL Rots f,

} different tilts of the program fully attested ; and imposing ceremony of the drill, parade Ihtnsnn The! County, OumiaUdonen meet the EratMoudaps -

yt the deep interest and hearty appreciation : and gUArdmount. lit the competition lu every womb.

;; OPENED AT OOAtA, FLA.. JAXL'AKY !ltljss.. of t the plt'Mt'Ihpa r'r for bet drilled State troop, tho school hoard-F, E. pants n.Uurhioe.l T. Wartmann. ,
M. K. JlOIIt'r, A. R. (irllBB. K L.
H: .---.,--..-.......,....- _.u___________ While the people of Ontla have had! Jacksonville Metropolitan Light I Infantry. +chuol ItoAfd waits tint),MouJt.y every mont .
If occasion in the past to feel grateful and took first J'riZlof >(.VK), averaging) S,.-:.! ; .'
i h! BUDGET OF HOME NEWSO. What we Would Like to nee Cor thank Mrs' I'arker for delightful evenings the Orlando Guards took sec nd l'rit.I'i COUNTY BOARD Ott1hIEAL.TH.

rected. spent and enjoyed through; her intervention with 83-5 |points to their credit, snit lt....lil ent-Dr. T. r.O&l'"h .L N

/'t- .1 L. atTTlSOKRCltr<< Editor.. When gentlemen are invited to be and elloru, and I recall them their captain not omitted'<< ruleX I ;\Svi-rvury-4-apt D.A.mito,anuon.tembl'raDr" Anthony. Mewri.M. .
/t present and make addroswt-i on public' with plenxure, the one of last evening) in which reduced their average fl< 1, wouldhavo H. NOller ana D. 11. Irvla.

.4 Y'r don't yon; rail on "Y" the jeweler.\ occanionK that the honor of the invitation all its details and! the perfection of execution <<'I&ptnnlth"\ first prize BOARD OF TRADE. t
,I' d8ebtdI I when. responded'' rourteoiHy! of the young performers, surpassed Fourteen soldiers entered for the 11klindividual ) '
i resIdeUW.\ f Duna1'Ice
I I observed, or nn explanation be given for ; any thing of UHf kind heretofore prize, which wan won by H. 1'rtf.tJent-U.! A. WeMheri
.Our.colored 'friends bold the town to- nome oneV ft-'miwnew of duty.A attempted. Weare proud of the indomitable II. White of the Carolina Hitles. "hecnurW. fox.
day. ease in point i il the announcement will and untiring efforts of Mrs.( A grand bull wax given last night] in IhHtrJ or()oT nior -A. P. Mm Jr. C. ;'r. .
Jtio. K. Dunn, J. 11. Lmngtoni 1t.A.w .
Thi.1e I ,the colored children public that Mr. J. II. Curry would deliver a Parker iu the successful prosecution ofher honor of the visiting military and the \caihvn.Vtu.. Fox and 8. W, Moody
'school day. lecture at the Exposition \building Thurs work, and are glad,: to know that her fortunate winners of prizes.The .
day evening, April 11th. Mr. Currywas laliors are bringing their reward, not Gartland Band will b4I tendered! a BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIA.

r O. W. Shl\lcrou, the wide-awake New there, hut we know a number of alone in the Appreciation of the public benefit tonight by tho Snb-Tropica1] TION.

t. :Yok eotambjsion maD )Js registered at people who paid their quarter to hear and the patronage bestowed, but along management, prior to their leaving for ''nt-.c II. \V timer.Mr .
rate Mp texnma hotel. the eloquent and gifted, orator, but were the line of that higher and nobler work New York, Sunday? and as a fitting l.1cnt-EJ. P louett.NviuUry .
disappointed. Some is to blame for finale sad Trviuurfr- FoE.
one which the of the season IJ exhibits.Mr. .
in generation now coming to u..U' III "lilrcct n-J. T. Lancaster ate
Tyler and IlavU received the mismanagement and neglect of dutywho the front and, on the stage of action will - I.IICUH, I. Brown M. rUhtJ A. C. Deloueit, U. D*

f', fur erecting our new school I ? develop! men and wutuen of more cultivated O. W. Wilson and bride arrived on laehatlaaua IiABurfurd.OCALA .
7. 1 1easr.Wo kto:; !oat once. I The same at the entertainment given tattles and a higher appreciationof the noon train and are stopping; at the RIFLES.
the other evening! in the armory, where Ocala] House.
the delights, of intellectual] purhuits. (.ap\JIln..Ueo. A. Nub.
'calire, underVwigatlons to Senate : we understand the lion. John li. Hear* The young folks lookedManning an Hut I.ifiiu>ii iit-H. B. MrConnelL
} ,Dunn and Rapreaentatire Blitch. for I don wax invited to present the Koonce they Hat in a circle on the btago in their Victor Peterson, of Pullman, Illinois, fctH'ond I.tcutl'n..nt.-P. I!':. WUllami,
J journal* of the Senate and Boo e. i gold medal to the successful contestant suits. has purchased! Will Foster at South' Furry Member
k, n' , ? ; I.ake Weir FIRE
but while the honorable gentlemen, \\'MJlrt'flent The audience carried and the same has been net COMPANY.
was perfectly
Wr. rrofcwor Btreator left this morning on a number of his friends, who with the ) out by the latter in fine varieties of ('hidT. I). 1.lIc..ter..on'm"M&urle 1
delightful of the
1 t the R &1"& NV for'Hampton, where he paid their quarter, did not hear a word away exertion grapevines.More Khelnau r. .:
and all loud in
evening praise of the
r., '{will preach to!morrowrreturning Sunday from his usually entertaining and eloquent First 1UUI1. ..IILI"ulI Yolk
plucky] little woman, Mrs. Parker who t 'l'UOd auhl. llt-W. O. Manball.
efbnln die
people diseases
.ft"" occasion of that kind. of kidney &t'retary--J, II, Maltak
lias Lemons a high order, and the
,. }For Some; one has blundered and they owe wlt.iout: suspecting the real ditticnlty ; Tweiily-llv luemtcn. i
V r $6 you can )sera to be a double-en- most admirable trait of that gift, which
I' '.4 Jr trr.boojikeepsr., Join Monday or your it to the public to rim up and explain nature has bestowed on her, Is the than ttick's from any other cause, but If Shat- i HOOK ANU LADDER COMPANY.Aliitni .
be rt'fltort'Ol 1 ,
Specific in
season or
r. l.D11. tha last chance. Business cob genius of untiring labor auto clear head ,
V Florida State Phnrniceiitlcal An- ,;ll'nl"lr'f'lI.rln across. t the kidnevsis I'n'cident l'liiMr.
I. t,,1IinowdenlIatt.r.. ::: .. -- clation. which always surmount all difficulties. felt the danger will be axerted. Sold! tonmanWin. :; :limit. J
r Mr, J. Mathreson-' one of Chandler's Ocala is te be honored on :Monday andTuesday ed The program, which was kindly hand at the Palace Drug !Store. Testily lU"ull..r.bard.on.:
the will )be
IQIflnday's .
I reporter, published >
substantial and progressive citizens, was by the presence of the members Olllril dot w4 TULUL.A LODGE, NO aa, I.
daily.In o. O. K.MfeU
ln.tbe metropolis to make the BANNER a of this reputable and practical business I ,
11: pleasant business call. I association, who will hold their annual the AmiK of Death. Crystal River sent up 1hi delegation ( every Tunslay renln,.l) I
.' : session' at the Ocala House. :Mondayand yesterday afternoon to witnesstheb tournament W. ll.timllle. S. I,.
Mr. Branch, the noted cake plunger, Tuesday April Kith and 17th. :Mrs. Frank B. Lyons, whose! serums and l take iu the grand tall last \All. M.vlnltlng t'hillliwecrelary. ;

has t* ired to his Island Grove and Or- I Dr. Gary, our popular mayor, will receive Illness. we noticed in esterday"8 daily, night. The following) were, the excurll- IJruth..I'O".II.U'Jalted.
s' ante home retreat, to cogitate over the the distinguished pharmacist in Jit'III."t. evening at (> o'clock, and her ionistH : Mrs.' Mary Williams, Mrs. Ag) OCALA CHAPTER NO. 13, R. At Mt,

sweet memories of cake. an address of welcome. Monday night remains!! were taken to Live Oak this mi* Wright, Mr. and )Ira. derrick, Mr. (IH.-aUflmi4er.Nu: 1:1:: It. A.M.
the association will indulge in a grand morning for interment.Mrs. l,oiiis William, Capt. John) Paul, wife fist MouJay niKl.t III every mono(. Contoealtpnt
A" -.ShattllCk'Ueliantlm"r the Rapid Oxy* L. was a moat estimable lady, and daughter, :Mrs Thorn, Willis, Mrs J. ". *. Logo It F.
Ten Cure for Consumption, is the beat ball.After transacting! their business Tuesday whose heart wan full of love and'I (tenderness Paul, Mr.I and Mr*. Itlaiiton, Mm Alice d. FKAaa. ricc"tar,

amle the members will visit the Kxposi- for all humanity, and her sudden( Goodwin, Miss Mttttie( Bradley. Col. Nit PRESBYTERIAN CHURClUv. I

t lion demitte ban caused great: grief in her parsec. and wife, Miss Ixiuise" I'sp.ey, MiA( : W II. iorwAU, "'
I'alace Drug Store has it. 30mh d4t v,4 Dr. Ed. Deloueflt is chairman of the large circle acquaintenceti, who knew, .. I E.: Zeixler and Mr. and Mrs. Charpie Sabbath utrvlcm at i II i A. M, and"Lo'. .

local committee and Mr. John S. Frazer I, admired, and loved her for the many The nmiiageinent of the S. 8. O. & G. tk'>unilat /::KIA r, \\nliicwUr evening ''eatllJ
)In. Carr and her beautiful and accomplished womanly virtue she |'x>HxeHMed. Mrs. It:. It. held at ?.;M,. t1'11! free 'I'ha ,,ubll5 coMUll f fEPISCOPAL
111 chairman of the transportation! com- kindly the train till 1 >. ., i h ,
daughters, who have been mittee. All our druggists are taking a Lyons bad a brother and I putter living at I all rould have good time, 11// i It CHURCH.
,I wending the latter part of the winter in Live Oak. Heart disease wan the ('aulJOof the : I
Ocala lively interest in thin meeting and a I on 1'xl5)sitlon] Y for their especial .
tarring Mrs. Freeman', departed her, dt>ath. hits (:. II. .
pleasant and profitable tune is exacted.Oaril benefit and convenience.Fo I II WlLMKR H CtOr.hervlcemvwry .
for their northern home Yester -- -- -- "
Huu l
yal lojtta. .
L --- .
,da,. of Tluinkr At the diuretic Tomorrow I m., standard iliu.. neaps. frw. 'ua4Ay"ncS 7:16 .
Sit in. at 3 p. iu., W. II. Chamtvrl.lutlupotlalet i
r (. OtAL.f'LA.., Apiil 13, IS SO. The Ocala Ititle. through committee 1'eu ayTgKiAN CHI-KI H-Sunday school A timiptetn Bottling outfit, by Ocala k oot
tender the 0.30:: a. in. address by t.f'\'t'rallllemhen : ;
The trustees appointed hereby to ladies ; ofthe Bottling Woiks. 12u"r dAw tf ..
of the Ocala Graded
and gentlemen of Ocala their sincere Presbytery. Communion nervic at
School will meet on Monday, April 15th, hanks and hearty appreciation for their m.; Harmon by Kev. J. W. Shear White TRAVELER'S GUIDEJSchedule .
la at 3 o'clock p. m., at the of lice of Mr. Jno. kindness and thoughtfulnecn in so generously er. Her. James Little will deliver a sermon Iuge fur Sale

G. Reardon. Yours etc.., giving, their lime to the hand- at 7:30; p. in. Enquire: of C. C. Carroll, Coiiiniwioiur !
WM. Fox of the S. S. O. &: a, It,, R.
Secretary for Citrus exhibit
decoration of county ,
home our armory, and so METHODIST"" CHIRCH-Sermon in the Exposition(
unstintingly aiding in their cnnlribu- Building.) I llaprlwIloardliiK Arrive from HOIIIOMUMI .,...,......, ,;..... jtM
morning at 1030: Kev. .
Complimentary benefit to Proto OIlb"sSemi.Tropical by K I) Viser. 1AII\e Ocala ftr loW.Aa.! .. ..._ ,.. ra
Hand at the Exposition ions in all manner of refreshments for !Sermon in the evening at 7::*). 1 1 on NT to- Kent KctiirtniiKat... .. ... .... '" .. .. 'r: *'t:2I 55)) *
at Crla'HhE'r.
our entertainment I last Monday night. Leave (x-ala fur HOIUOMUM at,,..,, !,"IH J* i
building BAPTIST 6-40
CHUW Ilev. :
Monday evening at i s )p. m., H- W. A. Joneswill .
Admittance 25 cents Tickets for sale Their interest in our organization iseelingly deliver a sermon at 10:30: a. m. Sermon C. a: P. R. R.? (Old 1'. R, &: N;t1' 1Ll'ne
by Secretary J. 0. Clarke. The entire appreciated, and a vote of at 7:30: p. in. by Rev E. D. Yiser. A large and coiumodiouit a boarding Schedule.I'awnegsrMuth ,)
thank are hereby tendered. house with servant house stables' '
free lift suspended on this occasion. Sea --- --- ,
ton tickets good K. II. MtCoNKCLL", A. Correct lois yard, etc., to rent on eay term. Addles! .. .. t""mot .<.._..-'t12.1(
W. K. DONALD, The offioerH MKM. MAKV' WILLIAM south.. Umu.. ...-t ooo1fJ. ..
---- -- of the Florida State Dental "" .... ........... :
Mr. E. Hendersonof near Grahamville BEN KlIklSAtEK Association elected 1 for the ensuing InMJdlt ,, 3t Crystal l Ri>'tr. FU.Notice. tnllll.t .....--; Clm.OO .I(

and one of Marion county's moat __________ Committee. year were: President, H,. C. P. Carver, hORIII IMJUMll. 4.r

progressive and prosperous| farmers, fruit Hotel Arrival of St. Augustine ; list vice-president- 1>r. J'JIItI\r.IIU.. arrlvr.. In.. Ocala.. .... ..,......:f..07] .. # 'a .

growers and stockmen, has 'been appointed :MoxTtzrMA HOTEL, Apr. 12.-John C. I.. M. Frank, of Jasper( ; :2nd! vice-presi- The city market will lieIo manager of the Heather' Island! DuBois, :Montague; Mrs. l D. H. Richardson dent, Dr. }t. I). Fuller of Ocala trea- on Sunday and nothing can he purchaaedat ...,"II.r: .. ... (41; cacti 'lh.a
Company's valuable property, and now Buffalo, S. Y ; W. H. Green, Jack urer, Dr. J. O. Haynea of Starke ; corresponding the lit a II,.. Thin I is by order 0 \ rft-Tuwn Ticket Agent.'

lives on the island! with his family, and I IInvillfO.J.; C. Richardson' Buffalo, N. secretary, Dr. L F. Frink, of the city market men. lOapr; dwlt 1'. S. K. R. Tim t
will see that it does not sutler want of '\.j j G. W. shallrofti, New York ; F. S. Jasper( ; recording secretary, Dr. J. C. Table. /-

attention.We i'errin, Stanton ; G. W. Lyons. Silver Perine of Ocata. Yen, That' what I Nald. I meets lUJVUlt. t

Springs ; George T. Gainesboro ; John H. The Stale DentiatsTenderThanks. I have several very fine Villa Franca I .l'a, aerariUu. I Iu UcaU... .........._ : rxFretsht
are pleased] to learn that the business i- Miller, :Macon.Ga.; II. W. Powers, I'hila- lemon buds for !sale at (3 per thousand, N :.i...::::.r..._.. 4.06>> r M
In the :: ,
of the Florida I :: no
name :
push and integrity of Mr. R. C. State Dental 4 II12064
lelphu, 1'a. beside some varieties of oranges-heap. .............-.._
Loveridge have fund recognition in the OCA A Hoi BE, Apr. 12.-J. F. Hodges! Association. We thank the gentlemen Budding, a specialty, the best of refer MONTH IW\...... Ie
extending of his agency for the ale of S." C.; J. T. ('ulp[>epper, Thoma ville ; E. our splendid military company emttigiten on apportion.: I'aeaengcr. arrives. Ju hair, ............... ...... : $ AM
Mapes Fertilizers, so as to include, the L. Gibson, New York ; George T. Gaines, for the me of their magnificent rooms, E. I). COATEM, .. ......._I2/JI.!:!:
(the armory) which they so let Fre4bt .............. ... I
country from Reddiclc to WeNhton!!' from kindly wl :.N: :, ::
Spair to Belleview and from vi.arr to Gainesboro; Alice; W.C. II.Cotton Lightstonp, (Galettburg, Jacksonville ; J. us have to hold) our meetings in. 5apH -_- -' --tant'- >n, Fla. ..............,..,,,.12W A II II

IteUeview and from Silver fcprintpt toUomoS&8 Britton, Jacksonville ; Jay D. Bausher, Gratefully, Wanted t aC'
FL-LIER A CHASE.Situation ,
!a. With the county supplied New York It. Gamble Jacksonville. One thousand. .
--- ---- egg plants.IKANK THK
from these several sUtions-he vdquarters .- -- .- Wanted.A n LAFAYI-71TK HOUSE
at Ocala, Deeply Grateful.Mrs. .
gentlemen! of several years experience dA wit spill Bfcllevlev, J-la. -
Enslow desires to _
George return in .
grafting and cultivating
Last Thursday night while Dr. Marean her sincere thanks to Mr. Edward orange tree and handling and market For Hale or Kent. JACKHONVII.LK: FLAOnlnlly -

and his daughter were attending the Root. Mr. E. B. Ricjitrdson and MD.. \ log frtWtrJt'tIirM a situation as mjperintend'nT ice, new two-tory IIJulIII-t1ve largerooms. ,

tournament ball given at the Expedition E Mclver, and the many ,,anger of a grove in the vicinity of with bath and waterworks -

building, some scoundrel cut the hitch friends who tendered her *u)) tanialaid Ocala Best referenres furnUh"l. Addresser throughout, two square of Court-hou*" .

ing strap, by which the Doctor's hon and showed so much kindness and + call on E. L Ley, Micanopy, Fla. For sale or for rent, apply to John U. located on Ponvth forest tetwMa
iWM.iied, and turned the animal loose attention- to her at the death and burialof N. B.-any information can be famished Reardon. (*:eta aDd fine,

[with the buggy attached. Fortunately her late hnsband. These evidencesof by Hey. J. B. Iy. Ocala, Ida IS AGAIN OPEN
'* 'iactof Tindalim was discovered be assistance and helpful sympathy are Rapt dAw4t' K. E. YONGE d C).. The Ocala Pln m' .\

oils harm was done. CircumIstcoogty gratefully appreciated, and my sincere berg Call and examine their fine stock J

point to the perpetrator and heartfelt thanks are tendered. Mrs. Russell Williams baa gone to and ret good work at reasonable prices VII4er new )lU\......,. iiped&l IDdaee..IILI '
atptible act. MBA. G io EC i K. EnI.OW' visit her husband at TallapooMa, Ga. ,dSldeclm and dooed rata to>> iwrnan guetta, .
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: ANANIAS CLUB. llOSLI1CII"H.. OEMOCIIAOV- School at Cottage Hill! ceased today; Palace DnisWHOLESALE<
OCALA,FLA, APRJtJuii?, -- Mr*. I..1. Kindall: teacher, and
It 14 1'iUortulnecl by nomo I'alryNtorie' Salaries 1'alcl to the Heads of the The full school patrons I
\'I it..rfVert'\
se\eral present.
F. E. HARRIS, Editor! lijr tH'rt.-So\\"en \'uiloiiM Gnu ernnmente ur the WorliJ. The morning was devoted) to the examination --a---

CI'IIwned Tin sole income of the President) of and general review of the

Tile Ananias Club had a pleasant\ meeting he United States from the public treasury scholars! Vt reccM a glorious dinner
at the police station last night "It washpread fir old and young, all.1.1 in
) He
is his of jo.OOO :
salary a year. the evening the follow'iu.r program! was
was on the blood stained field of iettjs- draws it .it the rate of HllM a month. announced, each actor in turn sho a smug; -AND-

b\lrlo\ ;." said SergeantV:) !.>i ties, "that I This is a fraction more than t-;''ljc'l\; ) week creatreilit( t" the nut iririui: elhdtsof

saw a uiost remarkable occurrence. A and! $1W1( each} for six working dajs I"ntll their unexcelled teacher, .Mr?. liandall.inpreparing Retail I Drugs !
Grant's time I'Jepident's livc-d I on half
member of my company hall tin: right for the exhibition : First on
leg taken otfby a cannon !bull. He wastaken his salary. 1'xpenente, ha shown that program was 'Lad l *' Mabel" delivered -0-
a back to the hospital tents. The the present sum is largi enough to cover bv 1:mnia NaMi. "Lessen for Mamma"

I shattered member was nicely trimmed: he. exjK-nses: ol' the Inmost extravagant bXiinie Clarke. "The well: I,,1'Hl'in:;. ," -ALL KINDS: OF-
mid the leg of another louseholds and to leave a comfortable ( lark. "LeUmg the
as an experiment, by Master: Henr> OILSTATIOXLILY' : TOILETAXD
balance in the of Presidentialfatuity i
man was put on to the ..tUU!}'. Would) purse a old cat die," by Maud t Moser.: "Tlie Hoh.hill" -
you believe; it, gentlemen, but that hg of moderate! ideas. Yet there is by Ollit' Clark. Tlie WhMliiu I --- --
4 r grew to the stump, and that man to-day not another magistrate: at the head of Farmer Boy," by w hool fie! !stranger' ,

has two lounllll'j:1, but his fed are not any eople|> exceeding the number of 10- in .....11.1., (< h,' 1 lilt'a Uandall The FANCY ARTICLESIn )
000,000) who dues not reieive a larger: '
mates. Moser
l.i-il' limo H-n" by| Bessie
: eo
Legislature adjourned l until Monday "1>urilllC the famous strike of 1870, salary than.. the august, |In,(tent nod toil- "41.11) ioatilnt.tiT Sun," bMi i l's Kate I Complete Stock !

when it wan impossible to take a train ng,, I'm e..idetit of the L'mted) states. Uiatiiwll "Pulpit FlyAerV bv :Miss -oWe -

Yellow fever has already made its appearance out of 1 Indianapolis without polue protection The :O1I"h;| |, of feria, who .hats nothing I Li//if Nasl! : Pialogui"The Wonderful bundle none but the finest Ii'and. of clean/
I tunning the to do except to boss/ tev< ral hundredwives : Olli headquarters lor wall Paper and dardea ?ee laVHiaiIT
aUllio was an engine): on :Nholar" by Miss Rosa: Cl:irke: ,
Bee Line" remarked ; Colbert is in the enjuyunetit of nil income '
Captain ( larkeand Miss Kite "Kitdlt'n \ .fe FUAZEIl,
of tiJOUOOfIlKh\: <) ( ) Then there i is the Chall't"I. I
had wonderful)
"and "
Dunn a experience I I on one
Senator intrcxlii l hill Consolation. PCBUC 9QU4BK : : OC1LA, PL
< e< a 101"0. Czar of Itutsu whose chief duty i u to
We around! the "l\8h'l
of my trips. were going) 'Dontou Corning,
ide seals for county judges. Song see me :
!keep horn being: blown I He is pail
miles hoin '" up '
Right .
curves Ixt.fh'u an Louisa and Annie Clark. The PJnliisaphnsNttle" -

ahead of us the track was a big bine- sumelhtuglike ;rlO.OOo.OOO) ) early. 'file Clarke "'IheSculptor ;
ci !bv ilns: UiMa' I
Over one thousand dollar have been racer snake. The ,varmint would throw lignide'd); King of Siam gets ul'ii.guii'. alike : Bov," by school, Henry Clarke, THE LOS1-CHOlt
forwarded to the wl.lof1rlh late IMi- sumo TIle loyal family of oor, miserable -
hi* head up every few minutes and look j" lending. '' tor Martin, of the Twin Union back at me in such a talltalizlllJC11)' :Spain. luceive.V:; $MJOiXteveiv) ) year, Clarke. "Hi IIIl I the BH, Wntc-hinari,"
and Italians of doors and .
sleep out eat
- -- that I and I made mind "
got maclt up my l II\ MI"II\1.) "The everlasting talker, by
The New York Wail and D> 1rrst is that 1 would either catch that snake or lolhing but maCl'arltlli to make up a 3iirs I hate f '',': .ll. Io! ..a Clark. MIS.SLizzie
what the Memphis ..halt'TI"'t''aI18 Col. make him lease the track I told the putlle of $::1OOUOI< ( ) ) and amore for their .and Irene Nash and Olhe Clark. LJe Hire and read thbspleudl,1 piece.

Elliott Shepard's bloody shirt organ."Th'e tirenian to throw in the coke, and then I o>'alties. Mie'h liiiures as thc-rie cymisuiethe 1:Kxerri closet I will the song, "Hin V

'pulled r wide open' Gee !gosh how' British people! for their annual out- the Dells: of llt-aven," bi'c1ol.. \\\'K\ ARK WEI8 !
Danish Hteamur from Christiana we did run. I could hardly keep my lay, under) KIWC ilk laws of &:!mOOO) ; <>n A. VISITOK.Norici .

Copenhagen) (or New York went down I seat, and the telegraph |poles looked like Victoria and her family, to say nothingof __ E ach line will make your desire Increase.

At sea and 650 immigrant are missing. a fine tooth comb. The snake saw that indirect extortions and perquiMte" ':
*; I was bound to catch him, and near That rt'formelll.irale of the sews!, the ISN'T THAT GOOD ?

,"{ Fortville the snake jumped the track. Sultan of Morrocro, is slightly wmpen| To till \\'lioin It Stay Concern.
Tne Washington fVt/ic says : "Some hit Helf-denial) Ali |N| ew Good of all description-! are
11e ran into a pool of water and blew sated for by annual 1 I have this "div oM and! tMnsferreduv
.. men are born great ; some achieve greatness owanceof$2,5<))0,() (I land the Mikado of
into thousand He hot
; a pieces. was so entire I Bottling! Hu"me''s to the Orals
., relieved, and them Home\ of have all responsibility.An had fathers. who that when he struck the water it caused Japan receives tJ,300OoO) The Khediveof U titling Work, which will take charge.. Sateens of livery) shade. I
\ draws < ) from the sub-
the Egypt H,5jjZllMI
.' :;\ explosion. ( stud run tin entire business, All my oldustomer
t, "In the spring of 1850 I shipped; as an stance of that tax-ridden land while theHohenzollerns + are hereby referr.' to them, J ust pouring In our spacious itore
attempt was made Thursday to assassinate ordinary seamen on board the New Hud- content themselves with \lid are It'IJIl."lellu,1 scud all orders for
lI' -: the Czar of Russia, ford whaler, none such, for a three a yearly tribute of M.121,000 from the :.Mods ilirei't to themslv'lieil I BEAUTIFUL ZEPHYR CLOTHS.

+ has it ho was! wounded by an exploding Year's cruise," remarked Sergeant Andy Prussian P"'IMfI'en' the sultan of I [ ] C. ('.AKMlt'II 1L

.vi bomb The Ilus ian authorities are attempting feowers. "We had been out about four cotton-clouthed Zanzibar pockets a million i Orals Fla.prill'Mh' 1S>!). js pretty u you ever law.
to hush up the affair. months, meeting with but poor success; a year, and 700,000( are wrung from l.'apnilt: w2

------ when one day a storm came up. Wo the; Saxons of !Saxony, no more' Fine Table Linen Towels Etc

Democratic gains are reiiorted in all had been expecting it, and consequentlywere considerable a community than Illinois i. -SINCLAIR- ,
i of the In Rhode Island but our preparationswere in popalation or Massachusetts
parts oontry. prepared ;
MOire| ,| Silks! China Silks eel Suratu! too.
8,000 gain, in niicHtfo S,000" ) )gain, St. all I for naught, for it was a storm of In geographical) *' rea, by the reigning

Louis rXK,( gain, in Ohio 20,<000() Rain the most terrific kind. Billows, mountains monarch Portugal, Sweden and l Brail THE SHOE MAKER DAMASK TABLE CLOTHS & DOYLERSI
r The old party still lives and the cause of high, dashed! upon us, and our (raft each spend about j-WHi/KK) on their kings. ,

tariff reform is luotmgon. was tossed into the trough of the sea The republic of France allows her ndla Linen. Lawns and, Challics not a few. .
IJt' like a cork in an eddy. The rudder was chief magistrate only +:""I.OIMI), but little -1--
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1, : torn away, one of the masts full, the Hayti gives her President i240KX: ) a
Our esteemed the Linen Plain
oonteni|>orary, 7u.y. Mi h'tul-i in the for Embroidery an Stamped.
water roared in torrents through the year. Switprland's President comes the race good ,
lor Manner that
it concedes
.: County! says scuppers, and then all of a sudden, the owestof' all the. rulers of the world. His
that men have ;1.. opportunities. That is a concessionof Ihilsl'ttll'd} on her beam ends, lunged\: salary is Jl.OoOa: year. CHEAP LEATHER SHOES pretty sight see ::::-

tr, all we claim and we gladly welcomeour forward, and sank in 100 fathoms of ,
Hamburg Embroidery and Fine: Lace
little namesake to our platform. wattreVt'ry" soul 011 board going down flog/ Ctiolern.In Try t.. Pair and he l'on\" tIl'ecl of their I

I S ---- ---- with her. the :Southernarm: fur Match, Wearing Qualities. ,wy
: "How did escape'" breathlessly a &pach line of Dress moats the nicest they IJ.
At a caucus held in Tallahassee the inquired you llrucu."Didn't } correspondent" from Greene (county, [must be ,I
t'I other day of the ]Democratic\ members it licHirgia, who use been trying to raise HARNESS LEATHER SHOE LEATHER
I drowned) with
escape was Ribbons all Stories & \Width\ | v
was decided to introuuce a bill to change the rest of the sighed Ins own meat, but has become disc )ur- ,
crow ,
the time of the Mate election from November Then the club arose" as one man and aged by the ravages! of cholera, asks if Lace Leather, Cut to any hue or Shape

to October. It will be money .presented' sergeant !Sowers with a wreathof there is any preveutative liepl> ingthe Wanted. Fillcat line of liiijhams that you did ever see
5 'for the newspapers and. if the people can doikHturkr. editor, Dr. \v. L. Junes, Ma'S'Ifene.r :
stand it the newspaper' ought not to sour =-=--- "\\ an outbreak of cholera: HARNESS. & SHOE FINDINGS LA DIE AXD CHILDREN'S SHOES

complain. Hut it doe not seem to us anunllt'c.t'I'IHRry'xJIl'IIHt orvlinl. curs the sick hogs should be heperuU-i!)
!. at once from those unatiected. and the Of all kinds in block. o h just step in and try us; ice If It will not

--- -. -- -- Starke had a destructive: file on the former killed and burned! 'Ihe well _Hfeb _
--- -- t'OItY.VI.ChUIt SALK -01'1 i; GOODS ARE FIR8T Qt'AIITY.jf .-
Henry( ('. White, of New York, in a lOt II. The Ithiiraph! says. : hoes IhoultllJ\J removed 10 a new place

letter to the 7iV each animal should be given daily two i hla,t Marlon <'ounty-In Chaucer :
theory the Jont A-
the Bessent
rt'all10 ground for of the store onmpied by .
John K Duuu
formation of H deaf race of men, tuniphiMTanse general) merchandise. The buildiri), diachnu ot sulphite of soda. In iihli-) I I \'I. ),. forwlost-uro of Beautiful( Figured Challics 5c per Yard
out of the :tttw: ) deaf mutes was a three-"storbrick and was ownet!' tioal to this, there should be kept in a I F. Smith and Mary t:. ) Yon tuemith ,
fully 80 per cent lost li""uinv from sickness bv J. M 1. Johns, 'in connect'0,1 with the trough! (under he'ller) a mixture of six I > I II --1-
'from .It'nl AI Masons" and Odd Fellowhu ', quarts) of salt, one quart of strong a.lp) I'I, TT \t'PF\KIM.: V1-H1)\\IT\ AITKSPED Also I
or pu n'lyed. causes! owru 1 to the hill tiled ie above stated 1 CHUthat a flue line ol-
Ifiutade tams and I the defect not repeated, in the oil- the third tloor! fhere was no iiiMiramc one of powdered charcoal, one I 1. K SMITH. and MKK. SMITH the
i and, : ; |K>und each of copperas| and hlm-stone, defendant, therein named are lI'm-re'l- G EN
( spring on the other hand), congenital on the building onlfT'di on the 'IS' CLOTHING I
and two of cooking soda. If after dent\ ot the Mate of Florida' and are rest- ,
deafness has been deereauingasisshow: i !stock H\ the united) snort <>f the peo sepe teats of sluille! North Carolina, and (iv>r the
by the: annual) reports of every State institution pie, the wind being favorable, two one ration, any hot** ,shows sins of sicknessit age of lwruty-one wan ; tt I U therefore ordered' E.::
frame ; should be Keperate'd at once from the that na.1.1 I uon-nxl,'lent deteiiditnu be and: they I Shots Hats and Furnishing
in the land. story buildings oi/ \ eighteen feet .(y.ats at .
kerd For are hereby requiixM U answer or demur ..
ren illillh.'t.tillllllt'nK grounds
west ol the brick bail li' :j. were saved! lime is much the t bill oronnplalnt; I tiled lu did cauon or -1- -
The tire crossed the Florida Umlwuy and now lecornmended. be tore
The steamship, ;tah. of Texas en Till'KI>.11 .'I.tTll: .t.D.. !-$> KiiY r.ow iticis..
rode from New pork to Hrunswick Sunday Navigali! m railroad track, going east!' Chicago :Mall otherwise the alienations\ of aUi !bill willl) l 1m 1HEXtTAJUX
gI sighted tifte- n miles northeast of 'j partly destroying the two-tory brick Men.A taken an ontewed b)' sail 1 Fryingpan Shoals) in a terrible storm, building belonging' : to J. I,. JaHkuis mealier ordered that thus order be publUhtHt & FOX.SNOWDEN .

I ,rt the bark "Albatross," Mix men on l hoarll. This building was occupied, by County funny man-Joe \'ial.A OCALAiiasimas.onceawetklor a four neH consecutive pair I'llblillh'week in In bald the

dismantled' and abandoned. The men, Judge William 1". Ialp IUd and Col.! h. muscular man-Jim Nasties.A county and Mute 1 his 5th day l.I prO. Iwj
were without nails and compass. Pittiful I B. Rhodes, attorney Both parties{ saved rising man--Clem At is. I P. A Ml Ht. clerk.. A McFAULANE;,
the effects, (icing east the tire A hard' hearted "dam Antine. nyS T MVTKINK.I D..C.
destroyed: man-
r cries were made for help. Captain Williams Bl LI.OTK( A PL'RFmnltsolicitor, lor"Cow. -ns.Leasts-w CALL
m called for volunteers to )go to the the two-story frame house belonging' to A seedy man-Tim Othy. IJaprltIn .! "
Wm. Thomas and \' Hiek's \ sad man-Jerry Miad. KINDS OF FURNITURE0
) Brave to think of *
.. rescue. men quiled llenderson's the Circuit Court >th Judicial circuit of Florida -
launching a boat in such a storm. The barber shop and ; photograph A botanical) man-Chris Anthemuui. I Marion CouutyF I
gallery. Continuing east it destroyed An ellemmate man--Mot Honl '.
cries continued and a second call WAIl ) W. Uaxner A Co) -
Second Mate Jackson responded the two-story frame building belonging A double man-Bon Edict. M. Y In Chancery b
made ,
rn and thin to U. I D.) Miner and occupied' by An etlusive man-Lid Litz. II. D. Fort. 'a 0\ Pro [ Tan 'IXVITB I.SSFECTIOX or THltK :ICOMPIITI
also the a
aa ship's carpenter : tiP' A FINAL DECRtE
seaman The boat was launched and ! as a Jewt'lerytore.. The' last three A straight man-Theod'Olite. I B'IRTn (cause date THE STOCK AND Low PaICD. I o

the crew watched the departure with parties saved their l personal property A warm-hearted man-Geo. Thermie I will welt before the counhouso door In the town tm1oM

blanched. faces. The bark was: reached!, Going north it destro>ed' a large one A ministerial man-Ed l Ify.A ofOcalaoaMONDAY.. If AY 'rff, 'W, ............................ ......-. 8'
1 the crew brought back safely, and! the story frame buildiding formerly used as model man-Pat Tern. the being sale ..... ......
fame legal of
day said :
month the .....
\.)nave men were conscious of having a skating rink' and was owned' by Truby; A healthy man-Uob I'st. follow tnndcmrtbo P i
} Trubv Sternltcrg A ('u., as a warehouse prompt man--Al Jteady etuhveen twtnty-tbree townnhlp east containing fourteen nouih of range .1..:::_.....................................................::::::.1

t About 2 o'clock Tuesday morning the The Ions on stock was fl-t\JU I :\ the low 011 \ l'tmntn'man-XILt Ive. lees. l 1)Ing and being; In Marion forty tXmuty.acres more.Florida or .....OM................. ." ......_...... I
building KM(tw>(). The origin of the tire i. A scheming man-Archie Tect. also steak of rnerrhandiie,consirtin: of dry good*:
Lucerne house, the well-known 'rAllle unknown The losses data hoe &.\:. Said beiuif T
are : J. M Johnson A Humane man- am Aritan.A propert told to M t. .j .K.r..OM.
hotel on lake Lncerene, near Orlando, Uy laid dorrv and cunt r.'b JT, ito.R. .
building' -1,000) ; Jones .\: Bennc'tt, dudish man--Boh Slavs.An .
: was discovered to Inn on tire. The only stock! $SOO; Miner, on building.H.OOO; orhce-aeekut man--if U Kriug. :MILLER l'ES'JoR::.,\\1LL1.UB.I'llf AttYI. I'herl .........................:..........................:...........-..-.....

occupants the houw at the time were Thomas, on building, fTHK); Truby, Mern' A thinking man Phil (trophic. April. i '" ." ." ..........
e j' Mrs. James II. Livingston, the proprietress bergX Co stock, $i&O:\ ; J. I.. l gaakin, A fat IIIl\u.-l't'tl'l lloleum. 1.\''t'\L! : .-:-- MEANS () DS..T. .

with her two sons and daughters' on building, |'J*)ij) J C. Clarke, stockfl.V A severe Chas Tise. * COST. -
< ; on man AND BELOW
and f.. U, Baker and his family, constating U SDKR AND B\ CIRTt-g!': OF ll'E FINAL .. .. .. ......... .. _
); Richard 1i of his wife and three small children. t>.k"ltl; total f','.0;"K); other minor losses in New OrlcaniTlmrt-IVmocrat. I Juke' of the Filth 1.1..ujili1.ort.. ori.i; for ..NNN.....................--.........r..r.w.........-...- e

aI Mrs.immediately Livingston ran, on to discovering the second the story tire of, damages): to buildings. tl.,!':)\.1\ grand: total A Great Gun Maker. thecauaewherrln Marioucount, on the TA1RO1TA 4th day or SON April are lv.9 com. m. .1.i

Ik 4 4t 11.000.) plainanu.aud BK\JAMI> F EARLY. the de- I o-Q i
the house, in which Miss Livingston and ------- -- Mr. Philo Heiuington, the head of the fendaut, wherein 1 u a*appointed special i tuaater, L. :

the Baker family were sleeping, and, The Southern Cadets, of Macou Ga, great Ueuiington!: arms factory, died) at I hate titled upon and will otter for kale 1L11'ub- __ _...._._...._ -L-
, groping her way along the hall, knocked' won the! ",11110, ) Jacksonville! Interstatedrill !Silver Spring. 10'11on Thursdav 1 I..t. lie fla.outcry. on the before the coon House door In oats, .....rN.:=::::;:. __

upon the walls, arousing the sleepingones yesterdayioints7'.l' \ 1 while the U tlr- lie canine bouth in January, |partly for '. 111D.1F OF Jt.1 )', H", --Tl 1'LACI: Y

just In time for them to escape| bv man Fusileers. of Charleston, took pleasure and }partly fur health, but his to the hlghcm better far cash the following tie..krit'ed > YYN.N.Yy., ..w....... ..r.N .. "....._.___ l
means of a ladder, the smoke having enveloped second place ?S.t>, Atlanta, 70S, Carolina d'ath'as entirely llnnl 'l'tel. (>roi>em : Teu acre of Iau 3. mote cr .---N..... ,... : .
) ror the halt and stairway HO quickly 1 Rules, 74.1 1. the Metropolitan Light Infantry Mr. HelUill toll was horn at LitchfieU', and lea cleared *ud fenced,with house, well l of water f- "

an to prevent their exit by way of the Jacksonville, ;>l.:', Orlando N. Y.. on October ;J 3, l>m( being the oldest tlun orange three tnnunery northwetl quarter on name of; iltuate ilu uorthwe
stairs. So rapidly did the tire spread Guards, 71st 1 son of E. Keuiin;:t..n, the founder of inmates had scarcely made their the 1)1\\0 east ; commencing at pot comer of Midsection
that the --- treat armory at Ilion, N. Y.. that
before the entire buildingwas Save Your)toner.Be l bears his one humlre.1 sod sixty lands ea t of me
hasty escape name. Early in life the lion railroad thence two hundred and six jarJ

t. was onq scarcely mat" of anything seethingtlamea.saved from There the store sure under to the call lontt'zulUlIlutel at the becond ,ham before thoroughly'was placed) learned in hill al.fat tier's the details shops of, and themechanical mouth thence west thence two, east hundred along and the thln.tlgh'railroad to jllrJ.1 j stet :;::::= :::::: ::::::::::::::::

burning building, Mr. Baker not having you buy anything you may need l work, and later he was, madesui ta of line romuientluc of Major Johtuou two hundred: thence and nonk alxly to i f i 1i: : I

time to secure his vest, containing a valuable You will! dud! new and nearly new' furni- >erintendent of the Irm.tUn his said tract of land iwlog l I northwest uuaHuorthwevt

watch and chain. In fifteen minutes ture, crockery, laniva| pictures and in father1 death, in IShc l I, Mr. Ketmngton: I. quarter of northwest auaricTof. ..
from the time the fire was discovered short, it is a medley store and the only became senior member of the drum of three twoeaJii' tow, beiuxaliute nlblr thlrteta in, muth Marion rang oouotf* t(|

the honse and its contents were entirely real' bargain store in town. Kiniington A Sons, which has (contiii- da aW progeny w be old I to Mtlfy tW

consumed by the tiames.dSldeclm SAp-dJwl ued to the present time. cree.: JoLL ROPER NUn
J. O. BEARDOX, Cote $peelad f fki

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This will\ be an I Kx: position: of Pomolojjionl. Horticultural and Agricultural product of Florida, and her soils: timbers\voods: \ stockfftad in addition articles .;. f
and products of general Interest from all :States; : ,and countries. Entry i is open to the world for the display of its product No chargo fur entries! nor : gpfteo for the products\ ..,. .
manufactures: of Florida. .= jflfe k F,:
The United; States IXpcrimental: Station for improvement and de\elopment of products indigenous to this section has been located l contiguous) to our CKXwition ground .'.t:' f
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IAn ilt'illt Ranking Company, TsntimUe, Ky 'mIl... tt

-IF you WANT?,

Slain Street, Ocalaria. \ Jewelry) Store -Drug Line-

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.. ... Shines replete with everything in .
.. ..'.. -FOR-
: .: .. hh line. Call and examinefor -
Hotel of the City.N. I
E.NThe younwlf.StrlnK 'I'llIPI: AOI-: TOE| FINIJJTIIEM;
.... PIANOSMusical
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N' 'LL''R'sP = -I" AT -:

..........................................................,..............,... ,......-........................... ) for Muslca Instruments a DR DELOUEST.l] -Ayp---- .
:: ,. "Ipl.rooMl: {fir eo.- Specialty.A : .
' tarty roo.n. 1I1Jl 'I"I hdl bulu..n. !! Work OQ repair or (Clock andJ< ) W&cbes -(W fn'r SInkSt1CakL1) Instruments I
lrarekra. '+; r. w,,... \/1+,rick l"tAM a/"l ono furniture.ii Ooar4nte -
. OCALA II j.; t t t1s1: Jl'LOIUUA
Duce, dun 1 uSd":\) I I I aRhminauor's OCALA FL.VWt
J J' lULL IDa a-M
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THE DAIL Y ;'BHfiiER.Ix \ .

r r Lake Side Hotel

Per Anbu Subecrlptlon RaN' u 00. {
81z'fhre uoonntt1L .: :: :, :' 125


Advert iainq Rate.Slip. So. Lake Weir Fla.

Iyr, a m, m.1l mil wk : oroolumn ( ,
.. ) .gym, fow' $ 00Inch"
175 loo so I I' /lfl/ h ,trm' 119l OSa
is 80 jf.10 IW'' :1 l r.o I no I. Sixteen miles south of Ocala. ; on ;
so >b III 10 I) 115 75 high bluff overlooking the whole '
>q 90 .1l: I 4 Uq L L5 I flU
I.= of "Beautiful Lako Weir." i .
>cali.lOc nUperllne.
i For firth,.Informatlon apply *t office or

\' C. L. BITTIXGER, Fine Boating, Sailing, Gunning ,

.__ '/ BuaincM Manager and Fishing.

;Plne Investment. Transient Rates $2.00 to $3,00 per 4

I l' I will sell at public auction, in Ocala, Day. Weekly Rates $10.00 and ;

on Monday, May Uh, JKrt! the Electric Upwards accordiag to Loca- /]

LfJlh *Plant, lamps' tools, implementsntl f
1rtiR franchise % to the estate of tlon of Rooms

Adln IE. \V" -rm8I1, iJt'l'Ui"t. Termscan Address:

be made t'Iy. A :nplfn.lid 1 invest l II. J. ROSENBURG I
menl.% SARAH E. WATKUMAN.1 ,
sH8l Administratrlx.BULIIocx )(anR flr.
Late of Park Avenue Hotel New York '
and CHI-: ,
A HrRKORii Att'y for Ad'rr..llapr ton House, Niagara Falls.Open .

;'. itet wtd 3

t }{' Otlc ;Ocala' 'TAJ- I'ayers.' All Year.WEIHE.

: am ready toroHect rity taxes for 1888. ---- --- -

dlw w4t City Tax Collector.

1I Lenten. Service GA

will be I IRntemServllrs at Grace
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('liurclion .Monday, TiiMtday a
Thursday afternoons at 4:30: p. in.,

on Wednesday and Frid.y evenings

7:30.: W atll Clock I

+ ; "A comfortable--well l kept_hotel that (CI! 1 Jeyojjiy

charges most reasonable rates, is timer
#' I r llarnett House, Savannah Ga. no long

conducted by Mr. M. I* Barnett.-New LINE! '
York: World. naftrlltf .

-0RClmlrlng -
Stock Halo at K. Hoot & Company' '

We will offer for Bale for the) next
thirty days fifteen head of good driving -0-

and work horses at much less than their! LOCATED
OF )
pretent'Rlne.. Do not miss this opporti.
i nity to buy a good horse cheap. Our V. amSI
terms are cash K.: HOOT A Co.,

Livery !Stables, Ocala, Fla

1. 3aprd A w Ija LAND TITLES
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A full line of Ea&tec:: Cards in trrrat, variety .
Just received at the Ocala NewDepot. 'I'a

11apr (11w wit "
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The First National Bank of O'alwill/ ,
1 pay all school warrants properly en. ABSTRACT COMPANY. II

t'Il dor ed. M. L. I'A YNK, I _____

? : County Supt. Public Instructions.

t. -1-I
, Teams AVaiitrtl.

I r ),. It. S. Marvin, of Martin Station, who OFFICE, : : OCALA Hoes .
ha the contract to supply rock for !it.

\ Johns jetties wants! a number of team E1aRm

'r tohaufsamn. Apply at Martin !Statior SlIKlUKK's SALK. THE OCALA HOUSE.The !'.
t dlOt w4t '
____ ___ BY
out of the rlnuit court tti and for Marlon
Magnolia Nursery. county t'lorlllltlt'lIrlu ( tbr tlatv of March. :lam, .
.\. !U., I...'ii, Mhrrrtn '1'. J. MYkUS I and u. A. 1 E. B. RICHARDSON
The finest and h'tlt'Iritty of orance I>\\'Kl.l.KY: : .artnendoinRbu.meae l l in the Arm
trees for t the least inoiu-v, to be had oi name ol MVKKx i : A li\\RLLEY.i -THE-
:J.V.. A f". I D. WAITK.. and U1I.I.IAM I K Mit\IUiiAN admluirtralorof
the I'Ktnte of A. K.. UI1ITK:, deceased, Ik tie- Finest Livery In the City
k...., wSfehtd. Helleview, Fla. ffixlant, 1 h"f'\'ltvl' 1 iiixin HU ;: outcry to the highest bidder\>b, at the
-- -0LEADING -
'lUurlllllulIQ dour in CK'aU\ Marlon county Kl' !
USeR Jff>.rn4 )', .\/." r '-T11 IS :A SALES STABLE
D NnCIN 4, wayr ,ONLY duiliiK I the Irgai hour f r Kale, (he) >ltotvln -AND-
r 1 KNOWN TO TO U r 1 sr 1st c rrlicif I lands and their;|'| 'rUMiancri, In I itiiunty hJ:31 ti
rAILCURf ?rRIOiZ HG.C. aforesaid, t.i-wlt :: The' ft

' c TO ANY of uorttmou.tgnarterof:: :: ;10)) o\itti we lion of tuentjy-ReM'ii range went y-two((27)towimhlpiilxtweii ) UNSURPASSED IN APPOINTMENTS TO ANY IN THE STATE!

3 IN KNOWN CACrSCAVCIIE ((22 teat, Hint the MoiuliwcNl garter of norihwentiuanrr GEORQE McKAY, '
IT03DAYS RCMCDr < and lliei-ant half or northtrrot c)"iart r.
I Fla. lrK twenty t 10) HITCH' on can nl.le of section I 1 ARCHITECT AND BUILDKB,
twenty-nix ij'fII>, of loniuhlpklxtoen ((161. south or .
range twelmtg.two (i!!) oai>t, oonuii'iuu In all one .
hundred au.l: forty cn8ald properly Icingolt DESIGNS AND ESTIMATES
---- to satisfy said execution and c<*t'. April::, Repainted I Inside and Out I IA."iD
me '
MASTKU'S' HA UK.TINDEKANDUYVIKTUEOF 1M K'I'.w'II.IdAM3,8her15' -Furnished on''Appllcatlon;:
Jilt. 1>, MiVoNNKLL, Ally forfl'ir.\ 3.&Ir.-kl
A FINAL DELJ :. .--- -- ----0--
errs lorvckwnre reiulerwl by the Hon. J. -
st J. Flnley Judea of theCln'iilti'onrt. In and for MAHTKH'! S.\1.1t. Orncft-REsiDENCK : : Orange and.Slxth
Marion County, Flai, on the Wh day of February,
1Nm9, wherein: 1 WM appolulcd:: (4cclal Mauler in. U\I KK AND BY VIRTI.E: OF A FINAL DE- OCALA, FLORlEI.
a certain cause therein pendlntrlietweeii HENRY: tree of fort-clown, n-n.lensi by lion. J J. Fin- REFITTED THOROUGHLY WITH ELEGAN1 WRNHURE 1.A3l8I. :
M. HOLMEt), rt al, executor of the entateofTHOMAH ley Judge: of the riivult("'urtln and for Marion
J. 1'ASTKCK. deceaned I. ai complain- county Florida, on the moth day of :.March A. II) ,
anti and OEOKUE W, LVtN++. H al), HI defend-; : : IKXVI In a cmiKT wherein fl.AKA U. UALLACKrl
anti I will offer H public rile on a.... are poniilananti| and (if). II. DAVIS, it. I I. J. BROKAW :
MOXD. r.Al'KILlST.lW'! til, are defendant 1 In w huh h derrrr 1 was apxiiDtedS I ,
in front of the cot t houm.>door at Ocala, Florida | | i-ial Master: will otter for axle at public 1 11 1I
within the legal t lira, and aell: to the hleheM bidder outcry at the court house! door In Ocala, Florida, I -1---(1I 1
for cash, the t llowrinu described real proper to the hUl>Ml bidder for rant on I
ty. situated in Mi rlou County. t'lorltI&1 to sitthe .UO.V/MI'. .V.t l' ant, A. X>. IW.'the BEAUTIFUL LAWNS AND I THE MARION COUNTY NUB- J
eaM half of I. e outhcant quarter of section follow CROgUET GROUNDS
Inu described tult Or.fnaw
property :
five and northw (quarter of uortheaKt quarter
: mill complete, one boiler, one engine andt".o SERYMAN.IOFFERS II
section i eight I ; all In townnhlp I llftven annum, rangetwegtyhreeeaatcontaInIngrim. Circular' \
A hundred and ( lUill"tlo'lol'.I",1 and operatint{
Ira at 10.:kufj'riiK) Marlon\ county Fla. Kold tonIlUUJ'T -I-
twenty acres, more or .
dual d -
satisfy cre< --I
ale I H postponed until Monday 1
)I'16tb I
FORREST u IWIER'I''OS.larl U. Rramkms tnial! Mauler.
.I Special Master l'oml'lal"allta. ol'r 4aprUJUdrlIOS. OF NURSERY STOCK-GRAPEVINES t
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TO : : : : : GEO. D. HUY bNAQU.
l P. VARY, M. DRcwmi A 8PCIALJTT.I !

._ PNTeICIAN aYD .t'"EO .imSlIlll djanl52m ADDRESS, AnttonFlaHE1& | lI

WILL ON TIlE 30TII I).iV Or1 SE1TEMHER.18N : Agnew A (iary't. Block, OCALKTwentywven 1.

? I >, make ray dual Marlon settlement county and, Florida apply for to year'i etperlenr in norMa : HOUSE.
e County Judjteof of the estate of c. U. Dt-ra-ea. d.Sjau3tn waalOs7lyDRS.G.H.SJ.C.PERINE) ::: :: HARNETT ::::: Millinery Millinery !
Y 1ti Clover a discharge, deoeaaed.u admlnllcrlx| MM. 8. t. (iLOna.Apri ... ... ...... I AMOdering I I

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NOTICE. ; Our Mllliuer is at home aKa'iiiI := .i.: j. to..the-public.....:......the......finest.........line...... of...... 1
( -- Resident Dentists. LEAPING 1-OPl'LAR HOTEL OF- .. .. . .. .. s
+ :
I lot between Uoo. W. Brown and J. C 1"Hlne.uudertheflrmnameotGKO. MKRCI1ANW NATIONAL BANK BUILDING -1- j I JUST FROM: : "
ii Ibis day dissolved by limitation. (brats 1 Fla.. B3 SAVANNAH, . GEORGIA.: .; ... ... ..-.. .. ... FANCY GOODS C
at UJ.:10 All branch of dentbtry. Teeth filled and With a '
Gb 0w li1WWN.
April Ut.VA 18119. ( w. Brow pre-erred. Roots crowned with porcelain or gold ............... ......FullandComiJetettockof... .... .. .. \ AND STATIONERY. i
drlldlySIn per j.o- ...... .................... .. ..
__ teta. Artlflclal I sets trout ammo Match 10 lull set. \ .............................. ....
a ptII'fMtlAtf of tn a'C of On LfffUatiu* jT Woe Mncuy 1In&-cl_dentistry at moderate pncet. I TINEooGOODS MILLINE Ith -
1 tAl rMMd 4/ TOOT KWDH LMOtlTTK. "
.IoridtJ. s tll1 '
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f BaUpf. maI fW lieu" 4PQfI aHmt.1iOtlCK - : -ELECTRIC.....-.....LlullT...........*....AND.........BELLJ8........-I} I ::: :: ::0--Yverythiog OFFICE SUPPLIES AT LOWEST PRICES. 1
t 18 will HEluoA1t be made UlVEN to the THAT LrcUlato APPLI of D. fVU-t. alllltc "uFULI.l.R : j: .FIiu1 lu: :::::::::: : (

; I" DI1' regular 101I100 for the ra.eor A ClfACEPcUl Gt R.1NTF.ED. :C: ::A::foil:Lineoi"Ma aJaiicianduTe'VeiyHood3 : C
(h sot.n l1e4. r Ao set to Abolish the]>noMD&lUDId DBNTJS7M. Canto I ....... ....__. __ -o ..
aD Water, ttreet aU Depota.RATES
IYOfOc&la. Florida and to KattblUh ft Arteaiaa
)Muxl Goyerume'" for said I city, under tb. attentlondven to Crown Bridgework, = :: .ATEST NOVELSMUTILATED
name o Ih ell,oOcml*, and SO define Bound-- OoMplate and all ir t art_ and Prescribe It. CorporftU Powers sad to the Dental Art. extrartr. of -
oa.F.brsary teetfiu OBc la lint ;
J i
E1kU10. 2m atonal Haik Buildiuj. OeUU. 7acatL UArt's Old elwC

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