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 18, 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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Mr. Mints FMX'N Honur ia Saved by Their Conventlett'M" ,

: \ the Heroic Efforts or Our Ilrave The 8t Augoatlne JM...*. tbt -
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.!.. Fire "I addlf's. 13th, has the follewhtg Wwt i cm OFFICERS.

4. II It has been sometime since the citizens mentary words to say of Oeale/f .. band 11tra-Ot,11aLse2T-&.Abmlbe_

IiF of Ocala have been startled by the the tour: .; =\,1ls.

cry of fire, but last night; about seven The convention of the: sL .

: o'clock, the ominous cry rang out on the. Dental Association whieh aet 'ft* e

; :: evening air, and the attention of our ll-I on April 10, adjourned yesterday l esttt 7.6teta. .
1 ;;: pie *as directed to East North ( the most interesting andaMeceneruling I .J.Bouda t, ( r. L.. Ape-,
laotsas, .. il(
sometimes called Ocklawaha avenue, to I l yet held. Like all otifcf hrtUttt 1 4L5.ttmoau.LiNtsaaadw.G.a. L IDwtllo 1trx Xu-E.G.
; the residence of Mr Louis Fox, whose of the kind in this !State; H M rapidly l =

kitchen was found to be on tire. I proving in numbers and WMfalfteM l lis a ; S&mupllrmtyecae..yEiniI.

IM Ere the tire laddies" could pet there now in a Hftiktishing{ ooaiHttuii., 'fl I ( WUHTt OFFICERS.

with their hose carts', the citizens who President' H. T. Cowart, oflWrnp*. well fa OW"!J1I 4--H K. i -%_,.?. ?I e
came flocking by squads of 5, 10, and I I known to the citizens of t St. AO 'oellne, '!i ()oum,Cleik-b.L 11111& Jot

more, began to fight the rising flames where he formerly had anoflta, well ver \.rI. <<-1.1.WIlUua *,a..
and the furniture the and infttroethe. address + mwa-hc.a. 1II., <
remove from I an entertaining lIec\or-llT,"t'. '
; ? dwelling!, which as the flames burst from which was appreciated by n0kademL h.....&atQn \ 4
4' thereof of the ignited\: building and lit t hose who had the' pleaause .ofnstenlat PaD"& mln.-el, laas9enoa K.L.:
un the sky with its lurid and premoni to it. .. ; 5,
tary symptoms of destruction, indicated Dr. James Chase, of Ocala,gave" A riiftMof ( { Tnhthtim Y$t..,r"1L',I. hma.'". : P.wY: '>,. a
certain destruction Mr. Fox'n borne tfr'""" li..lOn.
to two hours and I a half dur'" TIle ,
t and also to his neighbor and brother, contour tilling of !gold condensed tt $th day In Quunt7 every 1II000ULII'pam tae

"' OPENED AT OCALA, FL...., JANUARY "!tJ,. 1SS9.IUDGET Wm. Fox's residence.At electric and Keis engine mallet lichoo1 Board-r.L"un. 1 iT
this critical juncture, Protection a class of work, of which troymight it' 1.I-XOMrA.LG'.L! 'Wanzaau..
: OF" HOME NEWS State DrujtjClMts'; Contention. Hose Company, No. 2, arrived on the well feel proud. Dr. Co *' WM- 11"11 '11L 1I1II a'lafttrJ '

This representative body) of the druggist scene of action and in a few moments the patient operated on, aa he hftffMMB .COUNTY, : BOARD O"\\tALTH. :
the hose were attached to a hydrant, the I to have a tooth which needed the WttaV .nl-Dr. TPCa rYpL '.
C. .I*. BITTINaEIUCHy Editor. of Florida, were convened at their water applied and presto in lev time lion which Dr. Chase no skillfully }. trDr.No -< R 1t TJ! -

annual meeting at the Ocala house on than it takes to tell it, the glaring and ed to it. The doctor Is a cool, ser I 0.4trandy zxaedtKr. a. .'.

i "Y" dont yon rail on "Y" the jeweler. Tuesday and Wednesday! April 16th and forked flames of desolation were operator and In a credit to the : < BOARD OF '
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,, dSfeb td 1 17th, and the tollowingpersone responded I II quenched and all loss and danger was profession of the State. After the TUDt r. ..
a ; If. arrested! lrI.r.flnt .Dnaa t)
I on invitation, the members of the .. .
I to their J. M. Dixon II. C.I .
;, ,Editor Gale,'of Foster Park, was in the names: The total loss does not ex<.eed f 00. elation then adjourned to the dental : t'nxldent-&otA."e& "
Cash men, Ed Deloui-st J. S. b razer, J. A. oj. ,
jetty! to-day. I Conover S. B.Lennanli, N. Wooldbridge much of which occurred In the removal.of l ore of Doctors (i. A. and! J. C. Pet \ or OonnlOT't-A.P.Xur\
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the furniture.The t1nn,
where astonished I.
they were at the IL
Merchant ,Jones of Martin in II. Robinson' S. 1' Walson and D. and T. Lltt I. '
; was value of the Ocala Water, Company gance and' convenient arrangementthe Wm.'uUllda.w,.

..t#.t.y t ?, F town on business to-day S.most Calker happy, whose, patriotic presence and warm was met address in a as a safeguard against,: loss by fire rooms. Both Dm. Perine and .Dn, IIi1ILDINO AND LOAN '
of welcome Dr. in was demonstrated last night, Having more Fuller and Chase's dental rooms are pfe l'lOti.1t
Rev. Mr. Ley Ocala's Metho- by our mayor, Gary, .
U unwell. the parlors of the Ocala House. property[ in half an hour than it will cost vided with every modern appliance ae4. WOametlEd.
diet minister
[ quite its citizens a whole to maintain the the finest in the .
:Mr. J. M. Dixon, of THusvllle, 3rd year are among State. ,$ 11t10l1tt1.
%: Iajor Campbell aaya that the floral dissplay vice-preeident of the association, in the admirable stem. Dr. 1'erlne, the librarian, for some kl'oIrQ '

at exposition :yesterday beat the absents of the president, J. I>. Palmer That our people: may be fully postedas years had an office in Nice, and haa a \ M, tree.L L 1au..
world. 'oj e read the latter's address which was avery to the reorganization we will publishthe fine library which he intends to presentto d a,A.JJurtor<<, ----. N.D. ,,
thoughtful and names of companies and their members the Association. Dr. Carver, who haa 'OCALA
suggestive ably
s sp ; Man,/ four merchant are using their written document. In it, the writer 0 in to-morrow taper| and incidentally iust returned from Ocvla, is enthusiastic tt RIPLE3 '
I ti Fpavew/nt hydraots rood purpose by ere.1 a valuable gold medal to the memober remark that Protection Company In his admiration of that thriving and t-it
[attaJ/tn_: their hose and sprinkling the of the association! at IH cut meeting No. 2, is entitled to the belt for their beautiful city. 5ii.u s'5nau tllh&iimaE i :
I faithful and effective work last night and '/1
1+, for the best essay on the virtues and '
;'a [tne tad pole, pollywoff and frog rninrel medical properties of the plants found in ; their presence at the scone of danger Tlmee-Unlon,: COMPANY, ;1 1rA
first. + r t
to the Florida.
depicted show in-
troupe, M r.
dow Benjamin A; Fox, attracting the The financial report showed that the NOTE. ---e tint Rbe1naaw.
attention of all. Association was in a flourishing condi Editor Frank Harris was among the )Ir. A. W. Uilcn In Trouble. Volk.O.. .
first on the ground and labored like a aall'lht.t1, tTwen
,Y Robert A.'Burford, Esq., of the well) tion.Resolutions of respect were spread on trojan to lave property, and when the BOHTOK, April 17.-A. W. Edens: of the M.
known legal firm ef. Bollock A Burford, the minutes for the death of Oscar II. battle WM over completely wilted. firm of Edena A Co., real estate agent*, HOOK DDER

la In Boston on Important I legal business Krehnle, of our city. Henry Livingston says tie was first on 641 Washington street, was arrested"yes COMPANY,'
entrusted to his care. Delegates were appointed to attend the the roof of the burning kitchen. forge afternoon, charged with uttering Preside r.
National Druggists' Association in San W. L. Vandeventer owing to the darkness deeds of lots of land in Florida. Abianldas 1

", \-WeunderatandHhat the boy who at. Francisco, Cal., this summer. Tampawas of the night;( ran into an orange tree I The purchaser of the lots was I. Darts,, Twenty
:. 'ten ... seriously kicked in the stomach this : promptly and Barta the matter N0, atp
the State Association probocis. put
and the second OOV
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't': :. morning. Could not whether boy Tuesday April 1890, the date. I in the hands of a collection agency, IINe eve '
I.. ': :' was' white or black.: Thanks were tendered the local committee Our Albertus Illoom Into a Full I to which 1-xienn. surrendered papers on w, it. chame, oalg
'5t oP Fledged Author. I which were the signatures of John F W. rhUU
by he Association for their&neiderate
.', ; Mr. Samuel Reddick, brother of Gibb, Dunn and Mrs. Allies\ E.: Dunn and Alt visiting
1 It who Urea In Palmetto, arrive: in Ocala kindness, and the admirable Everybody known Albert Vogt, the i to have been purporting OCALA CllA
yesterday, via Cedar Key to visit his manner they had anticipated all their genial, whole eouled fox hunter of the I fore acknowledged be. I3R, rt, Mt
/ mother and friends. It baa been a long creature comforts ; thw manager of the "Coochee," and who is as well postedin notary public. Ocala Chapter Cee
time since the gentleman raid his old Ocala House, Mr. G. D. Duy, for the excellent regard to the oaturo of land in this Only an ordinary red wafer appears Idouday nit
the de d. This s .
on caused Lo
home a YjL!' accommodations, and placing. at and neighboring counties as any man in Home suspicious J. H. FSAIIB, sq 1.
and it WM discovered) that all the
their disposal the hotel parlors for their them, not excepting} the only original
I.!r. J. H. Milwood the traveling pas- meetings, and the dining hall for the Florida "cracker," Capt. Bill Kendrick.: names which are those of well known FRESBVTB: URC ;ARzr

C fonger agent of tho Louisville A yuliville \ elegant!; dance they so greatly enjoyed, Title knowledge onr Albertushaput into people in Ocala, Florida, were forged. W, 11. Slot.8aibath .
% ,R. B., was in town yesterday on his and Mr. J. O. Clarke, secretary of the transcript and graphically described in It is stated that Edens confined he aenloee at tt '
f: tq whither he to Semi-Tropical Exposition, for his courtesy his entertaining style the desirable had used! Barta'a money, and, in order to School at tf 'aa. M,j W ter a
way Tampa goes conduct sec
him had -t 7.8U: heats roe, TbKm
in showing them the quiet forged the deed intend yEPISCOPAL.
an excursion party over his line, returning through splendid lions of the different counties he speaks
from Cuba. Exposition building, which all were of. In thin manuscript is a complete inK to send the money to Mr. Dnnti at ; .
,- loud in praising history of the wierd Withlacoochee soon as he could and receive a bona fide -

Irving Campbell, about three years of The dance at the Ocala House, Tuesday from its source to its mouth which river we deed. A large number of sales of property c, O. Wi t

ageand son of Geo.! E. Campbell of night, was a most select and enjoyable anticipate }publishing in the UANNIR: anti in Ocala have been made by m.Services, iUn
Lake Weir, died yesterday after a few aflair, and for its splendid! termination which will make very entertaining and i' lens. tip. in, W, II I. Chamber nl. Y7

days' illness. Professor Streator was of a very pleasant eveningpaaged by instructive reading. for our numerous
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sent lot f jo preach the funeral service, all, thanks are due to Mr. Will C. Kn hnle subscribers. Rriiluay Age' Indicate that '
but regretted being unable to respond.Mr. and Mr. Jahn S. Frazer and Dr. lil Del- thin year may rival 1K87 in the miles o( TRAVELER'S'Schedule tt

ouest who when they attempt anything, Thank new roads constructed. It says that

..I..u.-.stMl. of Ft. McCoy, who never of do perfection it by halves, which, but was win graciously the plaudits I take this method of thanking my or 14,800 in.procesH) miles are of either completion.let to contractor But many: of the S. 8. Ojfl $
serious tussel with
has batn having a tendered by all. neighbor, friends and citizens generally, things may happen to check the progressof Leave Ot ala ,.. ..... .... ...... .
elcknqpi for the past three months, was for their noble efforts to nave my home these lines.It Arrive .,.- LW
t in the city yeeterdayand hopes| ultimate. from the "all ---- ---
t devouring fiend" last '
. A Oainey County.We on /
l ly to recover. "We hope so, as :Mr. Steel evening.I appears| that Master Frank Van FC&P.R.R.OIdN.R.( .

,ll.0d is one of our most excellent county citi- had occasion a week or more ago congratulate: the city upon its noble and YA.: Ilailey contemplated an unaremonioun Schedule *$ ''a

. tens ___________ __ to note the remarkable and successful fire company, the invaluable acquisition, absence from home and school( Passenger louth bound d
..0d.e Mr. W. O. Bellaire, formerly of this hunting feat of one of Citrus county's the Ocala water works, without which yesterday, which one of the family of the wiuth,. buiitulKORTII to ,. '
industrious, thrifty and prosperous farmers and the latter averted by calling I'aswmger /. { t
city, la publishing the Santa Clara Mining, aid rendered my house would on ProfeHs yrrlght' ,.
AVu-i at Camp del Alamo, :Mexico lie namely, the killing five deer in have been a mays of ashen lay.ResjHJCtfully htreator; anil acquainting him with the -
four minutes We have since learned grave suspicions, and when Frank Fail! lUUHlI.
merchant and v
is also a gold His friends buys here that the name of this son of Agricola, Is LOCH, Fox. wan inquired for, he wan not found at hill Passenger: arrives I la: Oc-U. ....__. t.01 A
dust" at highest prices. ...
te will be glad\,: to learn of his success and J. L. Barnes, living near I/e Canto, andit --- desk, but out in the scrub, awaiting tin Freight .. :::.. :: -:::'::: em iwi a

whereabouts now transpires that he shot and killed We .nay to our esteemed little namesake coming of his traveling( companion, 1'1:< I'-.IIKI" .. .Uk.Ie
six deer in four minute, two of the animals the Taylor County Unnner, that the Ilailey. A little wholesome advice on WILL IIOI'IU"'I i, t'p-T"wn Ticket A.etii.

Mr. Jere Burnett, one of Mr. Rufus fell dead from one shot ,and three editor of this paper ia perfectly aware tile pact of the principal of the school! F. S, R. R. Time Table.
Waterman's tailoring force, depart for from three shots, while still another was that if all taritr-t and imports and taxes quickly dissuaded the boys and mad
New York this morning to attend. a wounded by one of the IIhotJI, which was in this country are abolished except the them think that home and school wa MOUTH BGVMU.l4MMtierrilrca .

school of instruction in the art of cuttinggentlemen's soon afterward found de&Alln the woods single tax it favors, that some changes: in much more desirable. than tho wide< .! I In Cx-1' ._, lSS 1 r K x
HN- by Mr. Barnes' brother after that It'ntle. laws willbe world. / :::: :::::::::::. atrK:
The daily our
garments. man had left fur the depot. required. That goes fur ----- rnllbt.. ".. N.. ". .................... 9.d,Ail
t! SIR goes with him. __ We again call attention to this wonderful abolition the naying of Those who advocated the A comfortable well kept hotel that .. .................._l2UdAN; ;
slavery were not silenced
to feat of an agricultural niinrod charges\ most reasonable rates, In the JI"atllllOtJlIJ.:
The little Fort MyersV comes to l became
}e the front this week with something over ,how how abundant game U in Citrus in the property Federal in Constitution slaves way as recognized wellas Harnett House, Savannah, Ga., no long' l'uueuger, .rrl.,CIIII lu.. Ocala.. ..:::::..::::::::.....:.:7M laatto

columns of tax sales, but the Defc county and though the killing of six in conducted by Mr. M..L. Harnett."-AVw rrrlbt .. ,,.. A
State Constitutions. : : :: "
twenty many
lAnd 'Wtfkly"n,' caps the climax with deer in a bunch in not an every day occurrence say that the single tax theory is in YorkYorlL\ marlltf .4 '::::::.::::.::::....J:A : #I

T .fwr rofumri long. Think of yet no man with ordinary flirt with -- --- ,
a 'thirty prettnt statute and organic Cottonade suits to order for
$7 flU
that; Need i stronger proof t>e cited of a ability as a marksman, who live lu Citrus ; laws, I is true, but is no answer to the argument guaranteed at Waterman' fur ,
more ruinous mOle! of taxation than county need go hungry for game. raised. As new conditions arise summerwear. TIIK: LAFAYI'7rrE nOUSEJACK.ONVILLX d

that which bon, about this annual confiscation During the game season every farmer or new laws are enacted and old laws are .- -- ---17apr- d l kw2
? citizen pwwewed of a nttf can supply ( 1t..11
of propesjy repealed only a little while ago City TMICM.
his table with the delicious and
juicy that Florida had
an entire revision of
Mr. C. S. Noble, of Montclair i near meats of deer, turkey, bear, or IIm.llerC1'mt' her constitution The sovereign voice of Mr. Frank Gadson ia ready to receive FLACentrally -
Leesburg brought to the Exposition yesterday while the rivers abound oysters the people demanded and it was done. your city taxen. If not l>aitl by the 30th

in honor of Lake and Flower I whose quality ia unsurpassed! and a va It was perfectly lawful to sell liquor in of Aprilbooks will be cloned and the
exhibit of the tribe that make Citrus delinquent list advertisedso call aroundAttention .
Day, the finest individual rit'tyof floury Ocala a year or two ago. but it ia unlaw ,
roses that was made in that magnificent county the paradise for hunters and ful to do so to-day. The laws of thin ---p- ,--Ocala-- lUll- ,..t located Ocean on and Fwiyth fine,lit,"i twtweta 'r

t of floral offerings.\ It was truly fishermen. While nature baa filled her country were not patterned after the S
parturre and no streams with health and wealth giving After this day and during/ April, meet. is AGAIN OPEN
I a beautiful and inspiring sight. Medea and Persians but are altered and ingn will be held on all ,
S I the seeds m many a food, her fertile lands are not I lees kind abolished whenever the Tuesdays and t
doubt has sown people thinknecessary Thursdays.. Your attendance la -
flower*, which to the industrious fruit-grower and do requested
mind to try and cultivate trucker. to ao. Our esteemed little 0. A. NASH, < ptaln. Under new U-na< Florida. namesake ia
grow so luxurienUy shooting wide of the mark. April 12,1889. 12ap \ sod Ndo eil rat** to Mna-nenl ffu**ta
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fruits or man'a labor. What he ------ THE 1 .
[ acquires Our Regular Corr .ponden08. To all Whom It May Concern.
Fu APR by his toll, If 4t be lands, tar it; if ;
The ladles of the M. E. Church gavean I have this day old and
cows, horses, mules, sheep, goats': factor- entertainment at the home of Mr. It. Mottling-Buslness to the Ocala
en.ire ---
I F. L. HtRi lee, railroads of ;man'b in short, whatever is the C. Douglass .last Tuesday evening, and Bottling) Works! which will take charge piece.
product a labor, tai it. It cane occasion. The All old sure mind read thfciplcndld
a WM a most enjoyable 1\II111nl1 the entire business.' inv I
matter of or'
a expediency policy or ladles unusually pleasant and referred! to them,
-- were customers are hereby POEISt
.3 Ke wisdom as to which one of these products WE ARE
the State shall their merry.Dr. I\IIIII"I! requested! to tend all orders for
get revenues : Ellis still continues to stay with IJHJi4Ired\ to them. E itch line will make your desire Increase.
but It
from would be
,Y unjust and unfair Mr. Ed. Hopkins at Lochbie, who is still [SIgned. ] C. ('."HltrH 1-:1.. .
v unequal and oppressive to say that one IS,,!). ? THAT GOOD ? ,
class of Ocala, Fla, .\l'rI18th, ISNT
men should be exempt from the Misses Kate and' Carrie White! are 1'Japrdlt2:

demands of their State, and another visiting Mr. A. C. White at Wildwood.The New Goods of all descriptions are
class not. I hold so'me views on the store house of Mr. E. M. Sim- CLOHIXO OUT
subject of taxation, but I will not tax -- I
is assuming house like shade
moos a appearance of ,
the of readers I 12. Hoot & Contpamiy'NSt Salecns livery
patience your longer. :Mr. S. will be next door to the Stock Sale at ,
have said enough to convince anv reasonable ahit's. rs
I Drug s
man of the folly of abolishing[ titles Mr. T. F.)Mcllae took in Dade City the We will offer for pale for the next J ust pouring In our 'l'ac1oulIllore.
to land, and of the claim set up in said week. thirty days fifteen head of .good driving I

that taxes ought to be levied alone upon past Mr. H. A. Beard is taking a trip over and work horses much less titan their : BEAUTIFUL ZEPHYR CLOTHS

lands. The policy of all governments he southern part of the State. present value. Do not mi's this opportunity I
should be to make taxation light and Yesterday during' religion" service* at to buy a ;good horse! cheap.: Our I M\. t pretty as you ever!son.
NiL HJJIIN H A1'fff'>' ,xII1 siNabETAZr I equal upon all. It ought not to demand the churches, the town !was visited by a terms are cash. E. K'WT; ( o..

I more from Us citizens than enough to hail and wind storm, blowing down Livery stables, O IIIFl..,. Fine Table Linen Towels Etc.

To Oa EdU&ffef,tht'Sanner_ pay its expenses, when economically ad fences and trees in great numbers :Uapr d .t< w !l.u

ministered. Nnd its expenses should be Among the greatest losses, we note the Moire\, !Silks China Silks and !Purahs too.
In the
I8wyour esteemed paper of confined: htrickly to what! is necessary!! three beautiful hickory trees blown For Sale.A .

"April$ /5.'T iflMa P"i niftrllrlp" lic.iilcd lietero-, the-: for the execution.of! the laws. That is Iowa in the yard of :Mr. I'. 11. Porter, desirable, partly improved place for DAMASK TABLE CLOTHS DOYLERSI
iagle .Thie has
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to the of the executive with 110
to-say. defray expenses the capsizing of a house occupied by a sale cheep containing( ten acres
doxy mixed a orthodoxy fco ingeniously judiciary and legislative! depart- colored family and a number of pine I orange): trees in grove, part of them in I ndla Linen Lawns and Challles not a few. {
K U'calculated to deceive! the neat. There is no doubt of the fact trees blown over fence, in various partsof I bearing, all kinds of fruit and shrubbery,
r reader "our paper that only takes a that there in something wrong, something the neighborhood.l near S. S. O. & G. railway, and Romeo Embroidery Linen Plain an Stamped
i oUt.It@tarlsontwiththepro out of joint with our times.'! :My l Last Friday evening, a party consisting i 'ostollice, :Marion county Fla., reason for
that 'the law of man's nature opinion is that. there is too much\ tax selling I have land, than I want.
$ White J. 11. Brown more
: foondation and test of of :\1l'lrK. J. II. |New shades la Henriettas, pretty sight to see \
nil proper! ation. The toiling people !have too :M. C. llenick, Misses ):ells and Wart Inquire of T. It. :MARTIN, I
law. I do not know BO! much weight to As a consequence 1'. 0 Marion Co. Fla.I5. .
carry. ,
t mann, and l Mrs. S. E. Glover; visited I and Fine
Hamburg Embroidery Lace
muck Kbont the "law of man's
of this, there is a plethora in the Anthony with the presumed intention pr IICw1 r
i' but I &xknow of"man's"
something na-
State and National treasury for every - -
ture.WtHftn seem. to have a twofold kind of The railroads of attending a church supper at the rest! Sate Your honey I &each line of Dress Hoods the nicest theymust
extravagance. denteuiMr.l'hyfer but to their surprise -
( be.' natural for a man to be must have exhorbitant pay. The moneylenders Be sure to rail at the second hand I
and Hurt
,Marl. and man is capable of being good must have big pay. In fact to obtain refreshments vigorous were unnoticed. store under the Montezuma Hotel, before millions{ all Shades X-Widtli\
er bad he wills. The of tho
history there is to-day big money and big times 1I0we'prthf'Y they were pntiTtained you buy :anything you may IWI'I}. ,
t f,world has shown us what terrible crimes for everybody but the poor tiller of the say the You will find new sod nearly new! furniture -
and whole were
,):sand wickedness: even nations can commit his beautifully, on Finest line of Gingham that you did ever see
., soil. Ho has to be contented with much J pleased with the trip. Afterwards, crockery, lamps, picture. and\ in 'I'
when the, bad side of man's nature hog and I hominy while the rich grow much to their regret, they realized the short, it is a medley stole and the only LADIES' AXD UlILfiREXS SIIOES i
Beta "when
} .. uppermost, we generally nay richer and the poor grows poorer. Why, mistake of having attended, uninvited, real bargain store in town Io
the bottom rail gets on top, but I will Mr. Editor would heap any more d3wl.: I
you social gathering, possessing no such ::: h Just step In and us If It
Fay when the bad rail gets on top. I burdens upon him? %%'at. HICKSON.: sale. try ; see will not
features refr3shments on
; might instance the bloody of the as 1\11'lIe's.
days Under the auspices of :Mrs. J. T. Harris -OfR GOODS ARE FIRST::! gCALITY.xreed ._
; "reign of terror in France about
Orange Tiee Manure Fruit and \ ins
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Blossoms (
IEI'L and others, the Citra Orange
p hundred years ago when Hobespierce sold ice and cake in the Park Manure, VejretnblkManure.! These fertilizers your expeditions on the spot. S
! ; and Danton put to the guillotine, between We think Mr. llickson is labor I cream I, are real bone, blood and potash, I
and largely at-
I; two hundred and three thousand ing under some misapprehension as I Saturday rended. evening The proceeds was we learn will III the right proportions for best results, Beautiful Figured Challics 5c per Yard j
J French men and women mostly for the to the meaning of certain terms and are sold as low as equal values of ,
be contributed to the work of Miss Ellie'l'ydinJ.8
purpose of making the nation homo- used in the article he criticises! as: plant food can Le sold. :Mape'a Pure __ I M_ 1 11
of who leaves
genlons. Charles the first found plentyto he is certainly mistaken In his views Anthony, soon
If Ground BuueSulphateof! i'otashCotton -Also a tine line ofGENTS'
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for Mexico missionarywork.
aid him in his endeavours to enforce I that the ellect of the single tax would be to engage Seed :Meal l and Hardwood Allies, forsale.

upon the English: peoplewliathe claimed to "heap any more burdens" upon the by U. C. LOVERID, Agent, CLOTHING
election held Saturday I
The municipal was j j1
as the King's prerogatives and these prerogatives already over burdened tiller of the soil aprlT d-w "m Ocala. I ,
and resulted in the election of K. -1-I
: were law but we know they Mr. llickson attempts to disprove (the ,
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U. SOl1thwooll, mavor; S. P. Moody, reelected Shoes, Hats and Furnishing:Goods at
were bad law, and founded upon the assertion that the law of man's natureis Situation Wanted
bad aide of man's nature. There was the foundation amid proper' ) test of aljiositive marshal; H. II. Brown,collector; -1-1 1VKRY
t One upon earth about 33 years who law," by callingattention; to the C. W. White, assessor and treasurer; M. A gentlemen of several years experience LOW 1 I
r knew man's nature better than anyone undoubted fact that man hla higher C. Kenick, clerk; G. I K. Taylor, K. L. in growing, grafting and cultivating PRICKS.UEX.TAHIX .

T else and lie represents it as deceitful' auda lower nature, and I riving: instances Wartmann; U. C. Douglass, L. I. Wilki- orange trees and handling and marketing 1Pala -
a and desperately wicked Hence you fee from history in which violence and blood son, aldermen. fruit desires a situation as superintendent & FOX.
that if you found /law upon the bad Ride shed were produced by lawn foundeion The Farmers' Alliance held a meetingin of a grove/: in the vicinity of

of man nature or in other words, when the bad side of man's nature." We the Masonic Hall Saturday. Ocala. Best referenres furnished. Address .

; ". bad men make laws, then the laws are take pleasure in assuring Mr. Hicksot :Mr. II. I' Stevens, returned Friday or call on E. I* Ley, :Micanopj, Fla. i I ,

J. i bad, and when good and wine men make that the BANNER is not in favor of any night from Dayton, Ohio. N. B.-Any information can be furnished ( o ce 1 e !
them, then they are good. If man had laws founded on I the bad side of man's Mr. James Alexander is kept busy in by Itev.. B. Ley, Ocala, Fla.

s no bad side to his nature then'we would' nature." We think, on the contrary, charge of work in the Hat woods several 11 apr tl.'iw4t .
i j p S not need any law at all. that a good many laws now in (force are miles east of here. --- -- -
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M, The fruit met at Mr. P. P. -0-
As Another paradoxical statement in this founded on the bad side of man's nature, growers
i .. article, is that "positive law creates no i that side which delights in grasping, the Bishops, Saturday afternoon. U. S. Marvin, of Martin Station, who
a rights." Why law ia made and only products of other people's labor, and we Messrs.: Kells and Lindsay have just has the contract to supply rock for St. WHOLESALEAND

made to protect tho masses, the greater desire to get rid of all such laws. By returned from an extended visit to other Johns jetties, wants! a number of teams

number against the violence, injustice I the statement that the law of man's parts of the State. to halt! same. Apply Martin: Station. "I 1
and oppression of the bad in any country i nature is the foundation and proper test Mr. Fred Chipman, of the First! National 5apr dlOt w4t 5

t or community. Our rights: are based I of all xaw1' nothing more is Bank of Ocala and who formerly 'or Sale.A Retail I I
.. Man\ lived here, is visiting friends in the Drugs !I0
upon the laws of right,just ice and equity i meant t the business of governmentis
and not upon the "law of man's nature to enforce the natural rights of man community.llie u nt Works Bottling outfit t, by Ocala
.5 5 Blackstone Hays that law is the perfect kin.1. lima of Harris & freeman has undergone Bottling 12apr d&w tf -

ion of reason Evidently: the imperfectS I Mr. llickson also objects to the statement dissolution! the jstyle of the -ALL KINDS: !I
business' is /. 1' Freeman.Mr. U. E. YONGE A\ C)., The Ocala Plum- OF-
S: of reason would give us bad laws, that"poniti law cieaten. no rights." now
; bers. Call and examine their tine tock
r t : It. K Wartmann has returned OILS
while the contrary would give us good Yet he himself lays downs propositions and get: good work at reasonable prices STATIONARY, TOILETAND
from Ocala where lie has assisted his
. laws. The object of law is to enable tlm exact equivalent of both of these towhich d31declm:
I to have chance to he he father in the Tax Collector's otl cc. -
every man an equal ohjl"18.'or example, says : ----
live, enjoy his liberty and pursue whatever is made and only made to protectthe Miss Beltie Howard, of Middle Flori- FANCY ARTICLES
;' makes him happy. It seems to me masses, ,'c." Well, protect them in da is visiting at the Citra House. MASTKIl'S HAL.K.

t that the law that insures to man life,liberty what, if not in their l'iJo' : ItA'?: And does Business. and other ailairs are quiet, at ANDBYVIUTUEOF A FINAL DE. In Complete Stock t
and the pursuits of happiness is work, the law confer the rights; in which it protects least, normally !II). IDEM.Leestmrg UNDER of foreclosure rendered' by the Hon. J, I i
ite J. flnl('). Judas of the Circuit f'ourt, In and for --
labor and the results of them. or ought: to protect the mattes, or
Commercial .Marion County Fin. on the yth day of February none but
l Simply life alone can bo maintained! does it enforce them V: That men have ISHU, herein: I was appointed Special Ma:>t<>r in; Headquaraers for l'apertamidr Bardeof! cigars
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t In a great many ways. A tramp seemsto natural rights, and that it is the businessof SlIccHl'ol'ull'xpcrhu'nt.Mr. a certain cane therein Kiuliiik' between HKNJO WltldllT seuj I

maintain hia life) by roaming. from government to enforce these rights, Serge :Malyvan, the now well THOMAS M. HOLME 1 J.: I'ASThl'U, et al, executor, dsceaael of, aa the etimplaln-estate of I PTBLIC FRAZER. 4 4rat'

" M't't't'i'i place to place and 1 suppose he gets are propositions' which no one can deny known general manager of the Florida ants an.KiEOKUKW.; al. an defend-: 80.CAR : OcAU, "u

some happiness out of it as he seems to except by taking. the extreme positionthat Produce Manufacturing Company, has ftnti, I will off"."t fubllc'. Kale on -- ------ SjamJ 'I

prefer it to going to work. The artist in there are no natural! rights. We do been telling us of the success of an experiment in front of J/U.VC the cot t) liousedoor.4i' Ocala, Florida, ...........,......................"........-........-.-.........
his studio. The student in his library. not understand Hicknon to do this. made last year in the plantingof within the legal hi urm. mind nell bibs highest bid :, .....
The hermit in his grotto. Factory hands, In fact, he clearly agrees with us so far musk seed (aMinoochimoochati temen.]) der for cash I the i>.hewing described real property ... .... THE
s railroad hands and a gooJ' many other The only room for dispute is on the One of his friends at Spring Park made The, situated east! half tn of Mi tl e riot southeast County quarter, Florida of, to section wit: : :::::;;: REDUCTIONS ]

classes of men. Tho possession of lands point, what are the natural rights omen the experiment for him, and recently fire and northwe t quarter of northeast quarter, :........-........................................................:.::.:.:_: :
are not necessary t* the lives of these which out to be enforced ? paid! him a visit at Ocala to inform him section eight; all In township 'fifteen south rangetwentythree .......................... ... .
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eastcontaining one hundred and .
classes of men, in fact very few of these Now it is a little remarkable that Mrllickson of the re u1t. The seeds came up perfectly t'en11U'I'more 01 less. )
own any lands or care (o own them. himself lays down a propositiot and produced splendid Mowers of [The above sale is postponed until Monday, I OF K.r.; ['

+ right Life to is pursue not life that unless which we makes have the us for which: "The embraces object: all of that law we is are to striving enable ditlerent Unfortunately colors the, yellow planter, blue was violet una\oid-etc. May Marl bth, IH.S-I.. FORREST 1.. ROBERTSON Special Master* ...........................:i.........................:!:...........-........... in'

happy,ahd law is not good law unless it every man to have an equal chance to ably absent just! at the time that the seed I MEANS .......... !
insures that right to every man, havinga live, enjoy his liberty and pursue whatever should have been gathered, and it was )S'.KT.-* i o
for the rights of others. makes him too late when he returned. The seed DRS. G. H.&J.CPERiNE ** AND >e
due ue BELOW
regard congrau .
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had fallen and
Then it seems to me without a doubt late Mr. llickson on pt.'rech'lnr and stating to the ground: was I lost Resident Dentists. .... -.-.-
and the But the fact demonstrated, and .. ....
that a man's life is more happy so clearly truth on was we
tf : more satisfactory to himself when he is which is based the present Industrial re now know that musk seed can be grownin MERCHANTS' NATIONAL BANK BUILDING, --r.- =

acquiring that which makes him happy. form. This is our premise, and this only, Florida with perfect success. Our OCALA FLORIDA. -r.- t
: j Some are happy in working for land and that every man hat w equal right to a readers will do well to try it for themselves .All branches of dentistry. Teeth .filled aDdPRWned. ei

j money; some for learning, some for chance to Ii,.,. Now we desire to ask Mr for tl'e prices |paid for this seed Roots crowned with porcelain or gold .._.....-.........................._............-.L I __
and for Ilickson and wish him i make iU cultivation profitable in Uetli. Artificial wU trom one tenth to a fall set.
railroad some we to It
and wages ponder pros
factory .
onetbing and some another, and they all well, whether all I1l'1have or can have portion to the great variation in price Strictly antciass TOOTH rOWDIB denttxtrr A at IT moderate Ed*IT YE. price :::=::2T1 :...),.,;l'L! =-= i r

e have a right to pursue these different this equal chance when one portion or (from :0 cents to f:? a pound) to which it ...-.. .......... ., -
.. roads industry, and the law ought to mankind own and monopolize all those is subject Musk need was formerly usedto D. rfLLEB. JAMS CHACt --.,-..,-..---.. ..
r" protect them in their pursuits. It ought natural opportunities without which a great extent in pharmacy ; now it is FULLER it ClfACK, ,

also to protect the fruits of their labor.It labor can produce no wealth ? We desire used exclusively in the place of musk by DESTISK.Hpeclal -ta._
+ ought to be theirs beyong peradvent- to ask whether all men have this equal the manufacturers. of perfumes and I- w-f! it t 8-

ure. They ought to have an indefeasible chance when men, however willing to liquors.) Mr. Malyvan told us that in the attention siren to Crown Bridgework, .11

title to It and the bulwarks of the law work, are allowed an opportunity! to \\ emit Indies and also in Java the plant Ooldplaten lor to the D, and ntal all Art nnt-claM Oat administered operation pertain tor the* ----......-....-...-,.-....!...-..... ... e-,

and justice ought to be thrown around labor only as a favor and on the terms or is used to shelter young tree (ruin the painless extraction of teeth. Office in First -..---........ ..........-...................-.. .-...- )ee J1J
that title to protect it. If it were not so, the monopolists and in many cases, noon scorching rays of the sun in summer and Nat.onal Hank Building; OetStf I M '- --- '1 cb
who would work to make a dollar lest any terms? The law that Insuresto from the cold winds in winter. In I (t
stronger thau he would take it man life, ,'
some away one from him? If it were not so, who labor." Very true but how can a man little musk aced in their cotiee to give it Tli09. ,'''-'''-. .-.. ............. ....WI ...-..-...-...,..... t
would buy a piece of land or a horse or labor when he has not anything to a more delicate aroma. With regard to =! OCAW :: ,: : .II
? Where would be the Incentiveto labor on? How can he even exist its culture Mr. Malyvan tell us that his rHTIICIAX- AMRoami It'ftGIO l.t.I : FLORID'" .

meow work and make any money at all 1?, without[ land to exist on ? The question drat experiment was made on pine land, Af new A iarri Block, lCALA. .........._ .. !f fitty t

Wby If you were to make a man' titles in a nutshell this: does not an equal sowing the seed six inches apart 11 a fur Twentr-wren years'. experience In Florida

1 .t to bis lands of none effect some stronger right to a chance to live necessarily involre row three inches deep.: Seed should be i Diseases d&janSm wlanl0.87.I_lyR ,k
than be would drive him off. Then an equal right, not to the results or used which l ia not more than one year -- SNOWDEN &;
r where comes the destinction between the labor of others but to those natural old, and transplanting should not be at. US V( McFARMNE, .
9 ownership" and "private opportunities without\ which labor i Iii tempted, as the roots are delicate. No M B CCNCNOWNTO y ub .+''u4 -Da La&lJII_ .

"private landf If there was no law to support Impossible, and which are not the result manure U necessary, but, of court if Toll tartars: ALL KINDS OF

't and maintain us to the use of land, of any man's labor, but are the bountyof sown in hammock instead of pine land rAIL SUTOAN1Rf H.G.C.Cu FURNITURE
whether ownership or use, then the ownenhlp the great Creator and the patrirnou there.would be a larger yield while the jE ,
t or possession would always be In of all his children ? seed would be larger and superior in .. RNOIN -0-. .

? thY strongest most lawless. No one For answer to his other objections strength of perfume. The seed can be IT03 tssnr AFliIYIIIEQAYS LMMUTILATE

;c v could surely desire such a state of things beg to refer Mr. llickson to the articled obtained at any drug store in Ocala and

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products of general Interest from all States and countries. Eutry is Oll'1to the world for the display of its product No charge for enti ies nor : Hpaco for the products. or,l",:' w
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,: "".--W- .t"vite, exhibits of,' aU. descriptious particularly those jieitaiuiiig to the arts\\t uiechauics andAgricuUure: uniform courtesy: to all exhibitors. V,)' II!!',_

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Bring now tablifad in our new and elegant Hank building\tt are 1rtJ>artd to guarantee -0- 54 S
tatufufllcrti to nil. Located neil door to Fln:Nitlonal|B&nk.)|MyIm ] \
5 General Banking iuttnmt trantacted. Krthange !bought and told. tale/ 9,

#'Vt1 beat -IOAKD: OF DIUKCTOUS.JNO. .:-- -A coMPLirrn Lips-
equipped banking houses in the Mate owned by the
focilitiea for making Collections on all acct-ssiljle {Kjints.rjr .
> ta' a rrawlelld courtesy end favor to our ruatomen consistent with nafe -orHARDWARE- ;
N inj ek1l prompt and careful attention to all! business entrusted tone. r
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I>fticrn Bank of Georgia, Savannah.
Got MfOndenta in all important cities in the West.
y COR F. PO.\'D EN7..YatioMl .\,:; -AT- 1'1JI/.
Park Bank of Key> York ifatvnct Aatvmal flank of Bon o .( .\, .
National Bank of Savannah Gtarpn. A. E. DELOUST. ,

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AV \ Jewelry Store -Drug Linei

'-' Shines replete with everything in i m HEADQUARTERS
HOt"of"ih CItyBEMIMMI.MM. : : his line. Call and examinefor -0-1 TOR_

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ft.ri.; .. "Beautiful Lake Weir."
Locals 10cents i ...., .. ,t .
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For tether i'l at OSce of :....:." '1",;<; :: lICKS MEETS ALL TRAINS
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( cry psosser .".''.: \, ; ,,, ,. Fine Boating,Sailing, Gunnir!
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of Transient Rates $2.00 to $3.00
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the m liaritiell of thecitizens Day. Weekly Rates $10.00 ant LI

of rpri..'* n J.toffif
ful dtjrWi Spring! on < Upwards accordiag to Location -

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their treat Their attention so
COne psociable,80 genial cor-
dish strangers! have marked it, Mal
they sing thee Late of Park Avenue Hotel, New York, a.
an ne er wonderful they (fo and, natural at- ton House, Niagara Falls. ?

rUle neat and comely village '
heared and D Opon All Year.WEIHE.
J generous, .
lI aturew of the trood, people who ,
'Ibere. This worthyenronlum( is a \

hint for our restrained manners

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...eua Counl,'* Health Excellent.

CRYSTAL Ulna, Fit., April 17, 1889. s o -LEADS IN THE--

p1. C. C. Carroll, CUrui County Commitikmtr .

at M7roica Exposition:

I hear it is reported that there has Wa l!! Clock Je\V\

lately been larjze number of caeMand i
deaths from malarial fever in Citrus I / 11j
N "d county. Such reports{ are utterly false
the health of Citrus county could notbe LINEr0 !
better and las been BO for months.

So far as I know there is scarcely a case j
of feverof any kind in the county. There -
is a law to suppress the calamity] liar and
let him beware Find outif you can the Repairing a Specialty;

author. I
x Many wishes i for your success at the -0-
} Semi-Tro S. D. BENNETT M. i.,
]Free. Board Health Citrus Co. 1 -{LOCATED ON WEST SIDB: or SQCA?

Exposition lost Article Found. 8m

Jo tAt Editor of the Banner.

DIAR SIB-Will you kindly publish
the following list of articles found in the LAND TITLE;
Exposition building and still unclaimedby
their owners: 1 lady's fan; white; 1ady' -- i -___ b

Ian, white feathers, plain] wooden 'It I .,1 I
handle; 1 girl's tucking comb; 1 crape THE BEACON & ADAMS fAB8TEAOT i

veil; 1 blue veil; 1 Tacinator, white .
flounce; l solid silver spectacle. case with COMPANY.'L'
the name "llouston," engraved upon it: 1 -- I -- J
} small handkerchief with "8"
worked in red silk. For the above articles IS THE PLACE 70 GET THE FA CIS 1I"

apply to L. R. Eiehenlaub] J. O. '
Clarke or A. B. Roades. ----1-I s
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} Special Art Premium Omc, : : OCALA Boos

We omitted calling attention to the
\ i 1Ja3m
,, fact that Mr.Goo. Wilson president of MASTER'S SALE. THE OCALA
the Bemi-fropical Exposition, offered a HOUSE.
special art premium of |25, for which UNDER
foreclosure rendered by I Hon. J.J.Fin
c' Professor Colby contended and secured Icy, Judge of the Circuit Court,in and for Marinacounty E. B.
by the magnificent crayon, he executedof florid, on the 26th day of March, A. I) I RICHARDSON 1
{ I ,
IfW. inacaune wherein CLARA B. WALLACEet.
Mr. Wilson, In having the art com.mitte at. -THE
are complainants and CEO l[ DAVIS,d'taL -1 1
award him the special art prize. are defendants la which decree I
"; Certainly a feather in Professor's cap, pointed Special Mmter.I: willolfer for sale I at public The Reading Hotel of the City Finest Livery In the City
I. but be deserves it, as he is painstaking, outcry to the highest at the court Milder house for cash door,on In Ocala Florida,

conscientious and skilled artist.OmUalons. MONDAY. MAF em. A, D. ISM. 0-- I

r the following described property to wit: One LEADING SALES
f. caw mill complete, one boiler one engine and -AND- STABLE
... The following omi* lons occur in the two circular\ mill saws now located and operatingat 11
programme of Mrs. Parker's entertainment I Rock Springs, Marion\ county Fla. Sold toatiify t I
said final dvrree.
ment: "The Storm," executed euppe-I JNO. Q. RBARDON fcpeclal Maxt r.ComplaluauU GEORGE MCKAY\ l '
Sol'r 4aprll.fOd:
by Miss Lula Gary in a masterly] manner ,
representing the thunder and rain andalso : -1- ARCHITECT AND f
the strains from the shepherdsflute. : HIIKKIKK'S:!: 8ALK. ; BUILDER, Yr

,A concerto by Miss Leila Potts, DESIGNS
like everything else] on the pro- BY Repainted Inside and Out !
I which, of the circuit court In and for Marlon -Furnished 1
4 gramme, was rendered in professionalstyle. county, ld'h bearing: the date of March 21 it, .onAppUcatlon_.
A. D., Icy T. J.MYERS and O. A.DWELLEY a h
,partu n doing business In the firm -AND-

The S. S. O. A; G. only runs one] train.the and name WILLIAM of MYKKS K. A McUAUAUAN.1)KLLKY? edmltuietrator OrnClt-REIIDIKC& : : Orange and i.xhap: rr i

Captain King, no longer manipulates of the estate of A. K. WHITE is defendant OCALA _
iv on that line, And like Me- I have levied upon:: and will ell at pub< REFITTED THOROUGHLY WITH ELEQAN FlA1RiDI.
Siberia for something to turn lie outcry to the highest I bidder for cash, at the FURNITURE 1I.
waiting court boWIe door in Ocala, Marlon county, KlJ'< M,
op In the railroad line. da, on
JlO.'fDA1.41' tTll, JSS3. oft
New York Is growing more rapidly during' the legal hour* for sale,thefollowlng' parcels -. I I I- I. J BROKAW Pe 1 k krill
than any city in the country. In one of lands and their apiTteiiancrs I In Marlon /
west of Qntrall'ark, '5Q, county aforesaid to-wit : The southrant quarterof -1- :anJso
district, lying northeast quarter of section twentyy se\en (J7))
) )( )ave been expended In Mew' townshipulxteen, ((16)),south of range twenty-two BEAUTIFUL LAWNS THE MARION
:, buildings In the last four years. quarter(til) east,,and and the the east lb'rilo7'northwest- of northwest quarter, : AND CROQUET! _GROUNDS___ COUNTY NUB ;:ee

{ }Exposition comes the New leu twenty (-10 I) acm on eMI side of nectlon SERYMAN.I,
After the cud then twenty-nix (2e( ), of ui \'iulilp.lxu-cn ((161, south of
York Washington Centennial, rang twenty.two {,:12! }vam, containing In all onehundred -1-
World's Fair at Paris, to which quitea : and: foray aor',. Sold property being I OFFERS
the of Mron} coanty people are sold to satisfy said execution and roMs, April 2, TO THE PUBLIC A. FINE rte
number IW. K T. WILLIAMS, PluTltT.Jit ]LI1I1I
' going. Among those contemplating the D. MifoNNHi. Ally for 1'1'ff. Sapr3MMASTKU'S :( OF NURsERY STOCK-
Mr. and Irs. Uowt'H, Jim Hill, ... FOB TKEMS APPLY TO : : : : : GEO. D. DUY, MANAQXB. QBAPB
are -- -------- ---- --- -- ---
trio and Mr. and :Mrs. Alb.rtuH VINES A 8PCIALITY.djan52m .
W. Wilson and bride ; -1-l 1))
aUrtthlJmonth, while the others will ADDRESS
and July.] renilervd by the Hon. J. J. l Huley, Antb'11IFJa.
leave the last of June JudK of the Fish Circuit Court of Florida for the 4th day ot April. 1"'J, In
Ye, That'. what I Said. the cause whrrrtn TALltOlfA I : M1NS; are com :::::: HARNETT HOUSE::.:: Millinery Millinery hr "
several fine Villa Franca rlainautsandHE\JAMINF.EARLY: is tb. defendant -IIEUE its
have very I
I herein I u appointed special muter, 7 AM_
, 'a lemon' buds for varieties sale at fS of oranges per thousand cheap., 1\have outcry levied before upon the and Court Mill HOUMI oiler door for sale in at Oiala public -, -1- : ............_. .-........kome..MM..... I .....-............. ....... ...... vet
r besides some the best of refer- Fla., on the :1 Our Milliner I Is again '' I i the tlnelt.line._M""... rte

,; Budding encee given specialty on ..ppllatton5apr6twl to the highest aril bidder DA r for OF.l1.cah('ii.the :followfngdescrlUnl LEADING rOPl'LAR HOTEL OF- I ....... ............ . .............................!........_... .. i FLOIUDACUUIOSITIES...,.......................of........,..I Ii tic "tt

}:. D. CoATE. property i Ten acres of land, more or 1- I JUST FROM THE NORTH j

Stanton, Fla. and less cleared orange tree and nursery fenced,with on name house situated well of in water section SAVANNAH, . GEORGIA. .1 ........With.. .....-..................................."..... : '

'V A1CTED-A competent sawyer to take I three in, northwest quarter, south our the, northwestquarter ......-..............a....Full.......and.......Complete.............. Stock.....of............... AND STATIONEIy GODS
charge of a saw mill One wh end a good ty.t'o seal tow commencing nship thirteen at post comer range of twen-said -I-l Ii .M....... ......_.. ...............................MM...................._

sawyer wood working and can"""rhIDery run planers, No incompetent other t section railroad.ouebcatdnd lhence two lIt J.Jwae sis of yards the i ...................................?...... ...........t FINE MILLINERY I -- r
t' \ person need Apply.TU4NNEBY Address, to thence south line of went thence Major two real Johnnon't hundred along and. the thence thirty-eight railroad north to to yards place po-t ELECTRIC.: ..I.IccIITN AND. M.BELLS I =::= :o-EEverything! .t: :FIrrst.Clu.o::::::. X:::::::: OFFICE Sl'rI'LlEB-AT-LOWEST PRICii.L-

ltd 21w* Bnsbnell, Fla.O of commeurliiK( two hundred and sixty: yards oGO0DS GUARANTEEIX C :
19spr : : ...
bald tract of land being northwest quarter of !:: i.! i ji! : .
'Vhtt Duck EJrKI for Sale northwest! quarter of northwest quarter of suction Artesian Well Water.. Ktnet Can to all Df'l'OtL1 1j:1.!
Pekln three towuihln,\lWt l.'D, south range Iwellt). =1t .d. & }l LATEST NOVELS '-w-
Mire of C.C. Carroll], two east being sltu:.iin Marion county Flori -1- =Nash-
A\i1\ 1t.i5
O>mn i tioOaildiog rw county leper twit, da.cre.. property to be loltl F.t.RO1I to satisfy:RTSON.said de- RATES REDUCED TO 9a PER DAY. ..........--....-.........--..............- -sJwan_ on hand ate

Ix: ptr J. 0. REARDON,Com. 8olV, t pe /ial ....t.r. Taciitt Wfcrd'i OU Stand, Public 8quar.,.Oo U, I] u........_.._...._ ,

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