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 19, 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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11'Lll'/ OCALA BANN1. I


APRIL 19 1889.


/ Flower days April 17 and will long
Brother- Dltttnger Follows the Atl- 18, I
be remembered by those who were for
V: Apir- '" 'rlw ; 0 vice Given to Others, and Becomes *
''t S unate enough to visit the Semi-Tropical{ ,
/ a Benedict.Mr. It! was undoubted! the largest display CITY OFFICERS,

t1 ; 1t \ Chaa. L Bittinger, the local editorof ever seen in Florida} as well as number )tarot-Dr.ThIlL P.GUfClerlt8.
.;( II varieties on exhibition.Miss A.nn\lotlt. '
this has written
I .\\ paper, so many Ball.
Mary Armour of Panasnffkee. )l&lWb&1It.
marriage notices in which there lbtlector-F. P.UadKnt.A1eprp .
makes individual of and
display mica! K. Metter
was blended so much of love and happiness other flowers that reflects great credit to TrtwrerR.. 8unwden.

,that he himself\ has finally fell a I Sumteras a "tt(1 'er county." H"'II.IHcut !' city AUomf-ot11 T.ONe. F.. Dunn I
l'rrelAentoflbunclWno .
victim to the tender sentiment The I tloners in boxes, hanging) lm keU Board or Aldermen-J. r. DuaD1: E. Asnew,
and plates, the untiring and affable Mrjlarwick 1, T Lancaster John A. BOWWW ** *r '*' .?fc.O, ,
.i happy event occurred last night at the I and his able assistants have BlalA. U. W. Chandler,I. Brown, and \v. u. :..t..t.all .

residence) of I Mrs. Boothby at 8 o'clock.I arranged) ,'profiwnrieties in banks' of 1 l+rattan larlet'tor"1V.T. VOt....... t. .

The brlle'as Miss Helen J. Nich<< Kfor I moss and hanging basket!' producing nn R. COUNTY OFFICERS.

some years a teacher In our public effect grander than words can express. McConathf.n .
schools, and l a lady of excellent attain- I Major U. P. Kooks' individual display (Oounty Vouch Jndp-Rlch&rd- A. Miller.

.. taents ard superior accomplishments.The I III(1rth! going miles! to see, ln'sides IberUJ-E. T. WllllamaAwarruJ.C.Msthewa .
blissful knot was tied by Professor t'unntlt'I81)\\Il1t'tR) in 't"+>s OUT :IV> plates e ,'
Streator, ]principal| of our graded school I: of rare cut flowers are exhibited. R.. *1'Ift.'wtmann,CttrL. ;'

and member of the Christian ;Mr. l". S. Noble, of Montrlair Lake: Tnuurce'; 0 l'UbUe latruction-bLCl.?

The ceremony was very Church'l county, make vriiiid' ,liI'Jlhor" over hLull Cnmmlalitnnen-li. W. LTrantbwn .W. 1'.
J5 rarities. varieties which '''
was moot pleasingly I ]>' arc iJ.U.Koa, r.8. Perrlo, 'r vSviir. -
when that passage' was reached, ""ith I ro"(',. 111rart'[: vArletuwnrrdi+plavexlimongwhich llsmeon,
all my worldly goods, I tht'tH'nlow"ll8' e miiht uxtue'Athrrine. TM County Coraralmlontn meet Ue SrtOn

t :OPENED AT OCALA FLA.t JANUARY Sffth, 1SSOBUDGETF ing an editor hn "worldly 100.114" never Mermaid, Murie Henriettt', Mnrcw hAl 1 tll'<< a.'hoal In story moet0., K. HarrU. B. T. wartnii' ,
_. having given him much trouble, lire. Neil Pride' Kei:Ate, Cornel'k. James W. H. Mowr. A. R. uriffin. P.\L Dur eoe. .- \ .
A New Hlzer. Bittinger" ho,,"t',11I1I1n...of embarrassment spront, 1'juil Noun iro<..," MX inchen in school Roanfmreta flirt Monday In eye.ntb.. T.
POME I ,NEWS Orange as! he didn't see how he could endow his diameter), also) three varieties! of |lsw*ton BOARD OrHEAl"" .
Mr. J. Y. Parce IeLand) the inventor COUNTY |
charming help-mate with what he didn't lIowl'rg.laj.l1oJia: FiiM-ato. begonia*, ,
of the Automatic Garden Irrigator, h have but rero"t'rt"himl1f andBald lilies Iud 1 Inifn Mrtii, night bloomingceron" Vrttdent r. T.P.Oa7.HtxTvtary .y '
finally Kfrhardon.Mrmtra
K. B.
J } -Capt
r :C. L. -rm.OIR.. E4u0r. was at the Exposition} today looking ho would make it a year's subscrip Indian and t'api> Jasmine, jreraniuinn -Dr. t). A. snub, Anthony, Mess;
after his interests This time he brought tion to the liiNNKul": As" the BANNER Mrecognized .\;(. VI. A. Moaer and U11. Irma ? l"
.' "Yrt dont rod.. call on:"Y"d8 ebel r.y with him in his trunk, his latest invention as a part of every well-regu Colby was there mid his artistic eye BOARD OF TRADE.SWlTwaldentB. t',

a fruit sizer. lated household, the bride blushed soon convinced! him that such! a picture I\"t-J." F. Duna
\ : Many were the curious remark. made the was worth prvnervinc.The '
:took outJt* some more matrimonial charming absent to "endowment"and A, Wtathctt.Heerotary .
by the bystanders as ho took it out this
the Exposition in I -Wm. Fox
was happily conclud deoplyindobtodnndftrentful
,;lurpxiies la the\ near ,future -J t morning and placed it on a table for ed. Congratulations ceremony followed by the to Mr. Noble for his interesting Hoard of Oorernor*-A. P. Man Jr. C.JRhein./ +
all'r. Juo. ". Dunn, J. II. U'lnl'toIal! B.4. '
operation :;: i.Wl'llhen. i.
1.\; During the wanner, the;Ocala House few friends present and shortly after7adi display. t Win. fox and e. W, Moody. --"4UU1LDINO ; }, t
.:Will bf! run on.the European plan. "That can't be big enough to do anything \ they repaired to the dining room, Among the pxtreiiielv rare loners( aro AND LOAN :"'"
'. ," said one, but as he began to run where an elegant supper was served. found the 1'eilal'un and a Terrostial ASSOCIA. lit'
: The First'Annual: CdnrenUon of the the oranges through it one after the The bride and groom left on the F. It. Orchid! groan by Mr. George! T. T1ON. : ( '"

c ; Marion county Sanday-achool Associa* other aa fast as he could pick them up ,\ N. this morning for a short trip] to St. King, of Villa c-ounty. 1''lIt-c. B. .". : ;
: lonf will,be..held Jn Ocala, May 15,16. with both hands, separating the brighta Augustine, Pablo and Jacksonville and The display! of towers made by Citrus Vice' l'n'CIldfnt-Ect.. IteloncitHH 1
( i 'i and Treuul'fr.-WuII Fox.r _
L from the russetta, sizing, them accurately the traditional Clipper and many good county is well worthy of notice. Thin U r TflflllJtirit0ld'd the h,,Stoeoii state enphatically act-online to their largest diameter, I wishes followed them. county is deeply indebted to Sire J, I>. Phem, 1. UNW", .ktt d1 OI.A.. ,.DelOUt1" 11. D; .
I (bat 'net lame of their whether tlat, round or oblong and running Bennett, Mrs. S. Tardue, Mrs. JmnoH Zacharlat and H, A. Burford. '
'it' per wilt:inoVlead; 'off. with i a snake each of the nine different sizes into Prize I" .ajr. L Miller and other prominent ladies of OCALA RIFLES. {

f ry. its separate spout without a single First prize essay won by Roy Smith Citru8-the "Ilighlandl'onnty": for the Captaln-OcA. A. Na h. .' i
!. I .The brick :far -too (jpew Methodist miss or stoppage., These were some of 14 years old, of ilelleview for best, composition continuous display oftlowers. Pint I Uontentont-IL B. McConnell.
1 urch'batr 'arrtred and work; the the remarks made : "All other machines "Tin." Hecoiitl Ui-utetianV. L WUllanu.
on on '
t structure 'Will be begun at can get out now." "Don't that beat 'em Tin is found in branches of the Rocky Hotel Arrivals Forty Mewbara.FIRE ,

I ;* ?* ', .f '. all. ""Why couldn't I have thought of" : Mountains. The Black Hills! is the principle (3CALA HOOK. April Ift.-I IIl1n fr. COMPANY. -

I.t\ 'of the M. E.::Church are re- "What's that "You've the price beat" yourself"Every thistimc.,,odr can place. ford and wife, Hunhriuht: Term.; W. T':. Chle-F A. Traiiie.. 'a::a jMAKION
I We now import all our tin. Lindy Va.; Jamon 1' Porter New York 1108100. 110.1- "
flower for the decor-
ing afford that. "The nicest Jever ;
; steer
orange There is much tin in in the Fo"manftollrtfo. Rbainautr.
as sight John \V Foster
Niagara Fall., N'. Y. W.
: chart&_ by,3 o'clock to-mor- saw." "I must hare one before an I Black Hills has been taken ; K crei ry-J. II Mall' tt.ij i
as ever out H \
I ij Mclntyre ThomRsvillu' Ga.; Daniel Tn'amiriT. E. lHjlouea.% TKr .
,,: other fall. "So simple "Compact .... ).,
of the Cornish
I A f." ,t. and durable.. "Easily operated." "Bet Miller, New York ; N Cohen M M T ular! mvutlnKi Ant and. third Friday La each : ,
..,,, j 'W,thlak a certain Saodav< our machines .
n *' ,,beoftaln instruct.>delegates, hereafter' eight times richer than the English tin. C liege, wife and child, New York K Pkotl.IVIIIIIIOO. HO.2-
now ron-mall-I..ul. Volk J.a
J .. before seudlag them: to Sunday. In the Black Hills it lIon the surfaceof (isrduer Fti+tland F H \ ff.
\ ,. :Mr. Parce was too late with his sizerto ; I.lppettty; ; W A.'tantI." Vonge
I ''etdlA91 otlOn&" the earth, while the Cornish minesbohllt Hawkins I K: T V A G ]K K.; 1> 11 Thorln. M41crt'tAr"arrl I ,..... M. Burnett
for the and ,
ti'p' i ,,,"+$ :; compete premium goes 3,000 feet underground Savannah ; It iambic g C Hoew Jack.on'l1lo TrranuriT. K. Yon t
ho.ooneet6fiW.TKtnt Is tu'k.baadeome' }home to make arrangements to put them the difference I Regular! iiiottliiK lad Monday la each
; the of the
,, ,\ Fancy in cost I ; (I C Shield HI'hmollcl'a.. month.
.F;-;; 'on'..:. piece'' of property at on them the within market the, and reach says of he all who will place need working, to say nothing of the superior I K Butler ;Martin\ Fla.; Thomas V ;Me- HOOK AND LADDERtepMFANY.;]
1 lIontMaMa. and may possibly take up quality. I Lean r
: .Greduicb, Can.; II G McLean
them. I'n-althmt-Abram
.,;,.:; ,h\A} ftfQ.there Jo ,foe near.future.'Qwttftiibnmber'ofOcala's Parties having use for them should We million ship tin to England. Buffalo N 1.; S W Toague. Lady Lake,,, Yon-man-WIIII.Ilt'lItL i I I'almer /'
"; Seven dollars has been secured Ha. 10: L Aeslaluit-N'elbltlchanlon.
:?S:<' Barnes soil wife Kt Auitustiiie
correspond with him in and be ,
: fasci"Batinf season
most .
: by Englishmen toward developing the Fla. .F J \ Twenty mt"ILen.TULULA '
,:.i'S aad winsome young ladies, lion- prepared to reap all the advantage, putting Black Hills. Fla.; and lady Hawthorre, LODGE
I f.'t;:; '''seed the''braboYI". by their at- their fruit on the market in the Of tin there may be found several 1 ; ,Walter Tex O Johnson P Hooks and sister, San Antonia NO. ii7. ..1..... O.OF.

\ '.." twhmee at\ the drill Thursday evening. handsomest shape possible, carefully specimens which can ho seen by comparing Rooks Slat; O .V Hooks Master Willie ( .):
I handled and uniform in size and color the American and Fruitland Park, W. H. t Challl. N. U. :;..'"
f: 8 IialoNedhotiat"tathetitle of a English. Fla.; J A Massey, San Antonio, Tex.; W. w. M. I'hllllieItecrctaty.|
ion to tMt issued by our M. Northern Produce Market. Tin is found in Pennington and Hills Chicago : John C DeLcttre. All 'UIUDI broth ri cordia lr1lte/J;;

>;' : It will appear monthly and I [I Reported by G. 8. Palmer, wholesale counties Wyoming., Dakota, and Crook county, Savanna; ; O W I Hicks, :Macon ; C A OCALA CHAPTER NO. 13: Ul' .'
> *< 'E' to the Interests of commission merchant in southern fruits Uheinauer, city W H Runner J M
\' Tin is made up in various ways In HudHon, Paris Tenn. Oral Chapter. No. 11, R, A. M. QOI Ottby
<. t | Bi,.. : and produce, ICfl Heade street, N. Y.] value it is below first Monday uinlilln every montb ""
''1 : '.5 1 NEW YORK, April IGth, 18 9. copper. MONTKZL-MA HoTEi. April 17.-C W U.I w. LONE 1I.r.
Bw fPiMg people of the city, resi- Game Ilaukniirht, Arch..rIrs.; Mary Williamn 1 ,
I d.MM of:fisiton. are cordially invited to Inasmuch as the receipts of 8Outht"rnproduce Big Crystal River L Harrinon, F It A N.; f PRESBYTERIAN CHUR 1
a* **meeisofY.l'. S. C. E. at continue moderate, anything Mr. A. B. Gritrgs, who hails from a McAllister! Baltimore ; John C Dubois, Rev W. Y
b t'theM I ti>f.on Sunday afterIt in the way of choice tomatoes beans, town in the East called Bowton, represents Montague Fla., M J Robinson, Seville II UOTW"LD.l'attof.Rabbtoth .
( d. potatoes etc., find ready sale and at highprices. { an electric light company, and who Fla.; M O'Meara, Brooklyn, N Y.: Mrs! fichool at 9.arrtlcr 3D A., Wmlnewlay 11 A, M. and erer.7 r. > ."t y ;
\"' Sold beans today from $1 to !has been a guest of the Ocala House for J'wellv'' Ocala l Miss Eunice: tot 7:00.: BeUfrt!! thepublleoordlallyEPISCOPAL nc
: .
tdbe tfee that "never rains $2.50 per crate latter for fancy stock some time, concluded yesterday morning IVilliame, St. Ancustine E J t
i but' ";,"" 1h. matrimonial boom Iteets, $1.GO to $1.75; Florida cabbage, $1 1, that he would take tits "pop" and "<) I'anasotrkeBjTH! ; RobertLftvina.Ga.; Brown. CHURCH.Il .''

\\>'.',, baT'' r,office, we are about to to $l.5( i per bbl., Savannah, $1 to $1.25; out for a walk, thinking perchance he \\m. Liu'kens BI hoJi. Silver fringe; .. C. II. Wi.-...... hector ';..
\1dea;: lgnI1Pelteree.; Little Mallory |peas, f 1 to 1.50 per crate, choice Savannah might lie H ?
see some game. strolled over t'l".j; / 1' Freeman. Cilia, Fla f' G Pur- rvloetr rTXuiiilHya( 10.4.1: a. ro and
,; ,L) 1&.,Jf the.only one not on U. O t'J: 1.75; lettuce, $1 to $2 per in the vicinity of a stream railed the nell, TompkiiiMvilie, ."Ia.j A Moursc; MA m., *tanata lies Sunday I i
l'l'h' t.'L ., ': :" : I bbl; squash, $1.75 to $2 per crate; tomatoes Ocklrwaha, which abounds with fish Mewkin A L Kiche.berger, TanaHotrkeu. at-8 p. m.. W. It..hamU-rlaln.- Hurwrint; '
\ I in good demand and outlook favorable sauilan: and reptiles of all hizes and 1 MONTr.lCMA HOTEL. OUIDEl v
\ xTlKMMM C. Hooe, President of the Silver Apr.{ 18-B S Hume,
r for
good prices to continue as but kinds, and with proverbial Yankee luck, lake Weir Dawson
t 8pril a. Ooik and Gulf i iln'tbdry ; Joseph New York
.,, and wW spend several day. few seem to be coming forwarti at the spied a huge alligator: and proceeded at t; : John A Pret-ton, Cincinnati Miss Ella: ;
.whlk >' He.:if',wall please.1 with the present time selling to-day from $3 to M once to bag him. His unerring aim soon Meslor C I E Taylor Fort George; 11r a. Schedule of the S. S. O. A: O. R. RArrlr .

1 OQ ; .!the PfJfel for the present year keen crate.somewhat The larger arrival the of potatoes hay floored with the his monster, and Mr. U. returned and Miss bpooner.; Eastlake ; J N ;h-<';ly. Jrae .lh'ata.N. .'. .: -...::::.:''''''::'::::'',,,::::::::e:70: P I
t ,aM bll rdbva.will visit the Gulf past two or victim quite elated over hi s I inonds, Orange Lake JJ M Johnson
(!Or tk i ewpptrn' (>unties.l three steamers but the demand continues tuccess as 'gator hunter. The animal I i Jacksonville ; Louis I't'titt.lIt'anlpy: ; D., K, C. a: P. R. R., (Old F. R. a: N, Line,))1
i <1 !:good however and selling to-day measured' ten feet and ten inches !in h 1 Thoinpson. Win. : Schedule.
of fcb.I6wn are respectfully from t 6 to $3 per bbl., latter for prime length and was on exhibiiion; at the Lake ; C L Noble, J JDul'uy II MtGibble., Orange\1 1t.
L m'* :to aW'the Youn Peoples stock. Ocala House last evening./ ; r. (>. is hay Clair. I'aiwenKer" toutn cuuth toun bound .?_. 2IJ: A if "..
Endeavor Society of the Meth- Desirable grades of Florida oranges s ing him stuffed< bin their efforts toward fulleeW find ready sale and at good pta; g -' In as a trophy of his Florida trip. Another Munltal Treat.By Freight" ...._......_ 1:00:: P II Msuara .
+e \ IJlI.I II' pt ,'(500)) to the new than laver fruit of selected sizes', commanding pHlal| request of some of l'OtlIlJ.:

'Chartll'lIuild! [ [n bright $3 to will re- ..................... '
$3.75; Kussetts $210 to $3. of 1:UWiu. "
fan utic which will many distinguished Americanand .. .. P"
$q. The market is 'jat the grand concert given at the Ylelcht ? ............... .... '.0'7 ... II 1 9i
unchanged on straw foreign citizens. .,..
ra.held. -0R11J.- Yesterday Mons. Opera House last Friday I' nrfr IR4r
night. There r II
berries and prices range to-day from 2":. CointeU. de MasMol, (i. Town TlckeV Agent.F .
.1.m Gore, formerly tnis city to 30c per quart for prime fruit; i VUdu Bouexic, "memlKjrs Kocietie de and it will take place about in the program I, 8. R. R. Time Table.oirii ,
Cedar and for grades 15 to ::?Oc. middle
tow of Key a long! Agriculture/: de France visited Florida of May. oaten '
editor of ,the tafc Journal, is' on a great Ei: | t 1q Ocali andi. amazed with the I Kllk Sale. were astonished at the magnificent To Attend VM*.ar. I'a" prnr arilrm. In (train ..................., turn;.

ttrofOoifo and magnificence of Kern ember these great bargains offered l display of Florida productions. They We understand that one of the KreUbt.. ".. '. ...:.=!'."...'."'.::'. :M 4 5J .
t ,}potition.; Ue. te much gratified by Mrs. II. F:. brewer at the Ocala Music expressed themselves a* being agreeably (alieaof the Ocala School of Music young It .. ...._......... "1206AM
0 I growth 'and prosperity. ( his old I I1t Louse will. only be here a short time. surprised and highly: pleased. They i shortly leave for VaMiar will loat" IJCJtJl: .

'.r;Ogre. when fa the newspawa ; I Ad leu should\ not mist .!seeing: thesewonderful were presented by Assistant-General i kx'Ieie, .oiithHud. College, Pougl I'awwnger attires In Ocala.........N..a.. 7.15 4 H
oii. N. Y., to finish ** ........_...........
+ ; .M 0( the most popuIntheStete. bargains-: Twenty yards! Manager Eichenlaub; to tt.e different her education. 11 N 1239 f It v

[ brocade satin, $13.; L"JJ 1 green check f'J\I; commissioners, who took great!: pleasure I FreEnt : ,. ':::::'.::::::'::: .:!*: A H
22)) yds. satin IthudameM. f 19; 12J yd* in entertaining and explaining the Yen, That's what I Nald.I .
LGb *,S;>?ot t., of :Montclair, LakWotred e Plum won
urah Ithudames
(9; 18 yds. blue den of Florida and her productions. I '
t, M today the most have several 1'11I:1u1Fr1Y'CIIIQUSErp'
satin 15. black very fine Villa Franca
: 5i grosgrain $1 J
ydll. They are on a tour of with
have : a .
It lemon bud.
-*- w e ever seen. blue K for sale at W *r thousand
t artil vdtedsndeeventyatflowcI n grosgrain, ; 'M yds. blue stripeThese view Invehting in improved and un beside, some varieties of | -
$11. chca
*d ) large numberEM. I improved lands, and will visit the dif Budding a the oranges : JACKWJNVH.LK, FLA-
ilvelodpaa silks are from the Johnson A went counties, now making exhibits } specialty, best of reference
L Th y hung Co.'. firn,>ew York, importers of silk I The different counties given on al'Ilbltion.Arf. -
>*.-pedMtal three and all are Jltuti'uJarlyortunate E. I). COATKM
roods are warranted. Lithe do ( in ,
| >*.r.. [ as bea.Ubvdeacnbed. not bold to what I ; their selection of representative ", t "'l Stanton, Fla. Centrally located on Yenytb Street b twe.B ,
alt au This represent th&.tJ, I Always at their post of duty __ ____ xn ark floe,
"w.reJbnd the .
",_ b3Miiori. In the Lake money.Cottbnade ready in at all times to entertain visitors M A comfortable well kept hoUl that IB AGAIN OPEN i ,
I and an affable) and friendly mannerexplaining charges most reasonable ,
air Exposition suits to order for 17, fitsfuaraoteed rates. Is the}
I stets cactus the ; at Waterman's for summer17aprd4w2t the advantage of their respective Harnett Houae. bavannah Qa. long w .
: ".'t., counties to induce immigrationand conducted by Sir M L. Iiaraett-Nr w Under new Manyeeeeet. 8peo161 1D4..en
"' settlers. York World.[ mail It/ sad r daftlCi rata 10 ,.nun", eneR..
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'- If the arguments of the BANNER con- In the last weeks BASSEB under the To all Whom sold and transferred

t7G4LA, FLd, dPRIL,J9; learning the single tax are wrong we see caption, Can this be true," taken from I haTe this day Business to the Ocala
no necessity!' for the Haridian mistatinjc lower) there my entire Mottling charge f
of take
the World, (It smacks Work, which will sure and read this splendid piece,
and e
them setting Bottling old
up some other argu of Mr. All my
;. is what to be the report entire business
and purports the
ments branding them And run
as ours and the Investi- referred to them, WE ARE POETS
lamming: away at them to see them tumble Isambad Owen, Secretary of the customers are herebY send all orders for
and fall over each other under its tion Committee of the British Medical and are requested to < line will make your desire !unease.

vigorous blows. A child can make a Association. In this report the total abstainer goods direct to them, C.CAtM.cM, Each
f' :: straw man and then knock him down. for [Sillned) ISN'T THAT GOOD?
: .., Why cannot the Horidian be fair with hardly has as good a Ocala o'la, April Sth, 12aprdlt2

itself, with ns and with its readers, state long life as the confirmed drunkard IVI ew Goods Of all descriptions are

our arguments correctly and then draw Thissame garbled; report was published CLOSING OUT

kt from them whatever conclusions it in Bouforts1 Wine anti l Spirit Circular, of Salecns of Every shade
a pleases. We stated that the rental value flooded the country Stock Sate at K. floot &; Company'sStalJl's. (
of land would be taken as the basis of October 10, 1889, I
r taxation under the single tax system. during the latter part of our political We will offer for sale for the next J test pouring In our spacious store

Now that does not mean that an acre-of campaign thirty days fifteen head of good driving BEAUTIFUL ZEPHYR CLOTHS
land in the Circular's editorialto less!' than their' \
everglades of Florida wouldbe The Voice sent The and work horses at much,
taxed the same as an acre of land on Mrs- 1.allelllarnl's Gustafson in Lon- value. Do not miss poOur
Bay street in the city of Jacksonville. don. Mrs. Gustafson: submitted it to Dr. present nity to buy a good horse cheap IJL i pretty u you ever saw

From report*:Jfeftt: reach us from all Any child knows that the rental value J. Langdon, Down,one of the most promi are cash E. ROOT & Co.,
I sections, the-:injp t orange if the ; of an acre lot on the business portion ol nent London ph'slcians'ith a requestfor Livery Stables, Ocala Fla. Fine Table Linen, Towels, Etc.

t trees hold hatCfheir blooms,will I be the Bay street is considerable, while thy rental a thorough investigation; 1>r. Down & w 1m
4 largest In the history of the State. value of many hundreds of acres in in reply sends the r Medical the Committee ____ Moire\/ Silks, China Bilks and Surahs too.
the everglades is nothing at all. Yet of the British Association For Sale.

?r The JtoHdfan nays that the New York from the statements so carefully and that conducted the inquiry. We quote A desirable partly improved place for DAMASK TABLE CLOTHS & DOYLERSI

Tobacco Leqffa responsible for the state- clearly stated in these columns the Flo- blue Committee's summary (liritish Meat- sale cheep, containing ten acres with 110
ment that Florida is destined to lead the ridian. whose editor has recently been Cal Journal, June 23,1888; page; 1,316)) : orange trees in \grove, part of them in ndlt Linen Lawns and Chatlles not a few.

world ln>h. production of fine cigar leaf elected President of the Florida State "SCMMARY. bearing, all kinds: of fruit and shrubbery, j'I
eI ; tob&cco itthe Phillips process of curing Press Association, Draws the following "On the whole, then, in addition t i i to nearS.S.O. & G. railway, and Romeo Embroidery. Linen, Plain an Stamped,
IIlntr.od.aeed which is being done. conclusions: Information_ we obtained: from postotGce. Marion county, Fla., reason for
'lIIIIIIIr. -- .- Should the land lie in the heart of a bus,. town these returns as to the alcoholic habits selling i ,have; more land than I want. N e\v shades In Henriettas, pretty sight to KM
tr The Power of Monopoly. or near railroad transportation, It ii a condition T.O.MAnis.
that ii due to "brain and muscle," (for the build of the inhabitants of this country,and as Inquire of
The American Meat Company, which tngi of towns and railroad are the work of to the relative alcoholic habits of differ- Romeo r. 0., Marion Co., i la.loapr Hamburg Embroidery and Fine Lace,

ti .,, had t!tIes. Fla ler and Treasurer Mow, "brain and muscle,*') and must not be deemed ent occupations and classes, we may notunfairly JCwlm

of the" cotton seed oil trust! for president any If It Is more located valuable t1miles for purpose away of from taxation a town than orailroad. claim to have placed upon a Sate_Your Money.Be &each line of Drew Goods the nicest they
'hone Vice-president, has suddenly with It the handsomest and the basis of fact the following conclusions : [must be.
rn its subscription books, paid back meet valuable bock of building on Broadway, I. That habitual indulgence in alco- sure to call at the second hand

I )"h L' r. arge amounts which had been sub- or It mile mar, be yet the Us bed taxable of a value railroad ran worth be no UJxtOper more) Jiolic liquors beyond the most moderate store under the Montezuma Hotel need.before Ribbons all Shades Width\ ,

ate Mrtbed, and detirmined not to go into than If It bad never been touched b,'the hand of amount has a distinct tendency to shorten' you buy anything you may
h the business of supplying the Eastern progrena and Improvement. And If it should tea life, the average shortening being roughly You will find new and nearly new furniture Finest line of Ginghams that you did ever/ see.
bunts vacant, unimproved lot on the business thoroughfare and in t tI
Markets with Western meats. This was crockery lamps, ptctures
to the degref of indulgence. ,
of a great city, it must not be taxed as a
he h done, not because the new enterprise did city lot for that U an appurtenance that is due to 9. That of mm who pasned the age of S', i short, it is a medley store and the only I LADIES' AND CHILDREN SHOES
)e bet not promise well, but because the Ar- work of braln and muscle! and did not belong the str lens temperate, on the average live at real bargain store in town.

to dfev far mourn put its projectors on notice that to the the land county in Ita natural ef' Dural condition.In where. 990,00) is required least ten yean longer than those who'' become 8Ap-d3wl. fj h just step In and try us; ice If it will not na

if the new company interfered with for county purposes and 133x%' for State decidedly inlemptrale. We have not, in
gala their meat monopoly they would make purJl+*:'!II, its 473,10) acres of land, and its primeval these returns, the means of coming to )Iapes'. -otR: GOODS ARE FIRST QUALITY- t
et hi things lively for the cotton seed oil trust, value would be assessed at 25 per rent on conclusion as to the relative duration Orange Tree Manure, Fruit and Vine
the dollar and the owner of forty acre tract any
tutho ; Manure. These fertilizers X ceed your expectation on tho spot.
whose largest customers the Armours are. upon which a poor farmer resides in an humble of life of total abstainers and habitue Manure, Vegetable
Zia The result is that the great Chicago cottage, would on his 850 worth of land, ally temperate drinkers of alcoholic are real bone, blood and potash,
femi combine will continue to buy cattle cheap 112.BU to exempt the brain and muscle- represented liquors in the right proportions for best results!, Beautiful Figured Miles, 6c per Yard .
blocks and the lines
In the fine on Hay atreet
and sell meat dear until some millionaire of railroad Intersecting in the rich city of Jack. 3. That in the production of cirrhosis and are sold as low as equal values of
E leas vulnerable than Mr. Flagler deter sonville. and gout, alcoholic excess plays the very plant food can be sold. Mapes' Pure /
mines to share its profit-Telegraph.Utlca These quotations show that our arguments marked part which it has been long Ground Bone,Sulphate of Potash!! ,Cotton -Also a fine line ofGENTS' -

[' were more titan! lost on.the editorof recognized as doing ; and that there is Seed Meal and Hardwood Ashes, for sale
D (Neb.) Sun..bI" the tlonaian liut wa shall not (1f'A. no other disease, anything. line so uis-! t.Ul.. R. C. T'U'1VV, .... -, A!"t eat,. CLOTHING,
. The Florida Orange. pair. In a late number of the Youths tinctly traceable to the effects of alcoholic aprlT d-w 3m Ocala. f 1
What language can justly sing the Companion there appeared an article on I liquors. Shoes,Hats and Furnishing;Goods at I

) 'praises of the Florida orange:: ? It is the the"ninsre\ tax" for the enlightenmentof : 4. That cirrhosis aud gout apart, the Situation Wanted -1- r I .

richest,juiciest, sweetest, finest flavored Its youthful>\, and a* the terms eject of alcoholic liquors it i rather predif A gentlemen! of several years experience VERY LOW PUICES. .. .J |
fruit on the market and is growing better are carefully and exactly stated they pore the body towards the attacks of disease in growing, grafting and cultivatingorange .. ,

, ; ; every year. / may be clear enough! to be understoodby generally than to induce any special pathological trees ana handling and market I 11BENJAMIN I I1
lour The old world orange cannot compare the-editor of the Floridian At any lesson ing fruit desires a situation as superintendent & FOX.
,be with this golden globe of "cool, sweet, rate we call his attention to the article 5. That in the etiology of chronic renal of a grove in the vicinity of

,mah sugary moisture." Messina oranges are and for that purpose append it herewith disease!\ alcoholic excess or the gout Ocala. Best referenres furnished. Address -

\\Vorl shipped to us over seas from Sicily and It is as follows: which i U induces probably plays a special or call on E. L. Ley Micanopy, Fla. -
lee M .sold at the rate of twenty for 25 cents We hear mush nowadays of the Ingle tax" part N. B.-Any information can be furnishedby Palace rug Store !
Florida oranges agitation. There Is a kindle tax ISKUO, whichLu .
u1ar retail. The most inferior a considerable memlx-riiblti throughout the 6. That there is no ground. for the belief Rev..1. B. Ll'y.Ocala, Fla.
. ; are sold sometimes-not oaenas country; public meeting In the Interest of the that alcoholic excess leads in any llapr d\w4t 1
low as sixteen for 25 cents. But the Ingle tax are held, and several uewiipaprra aud special manner to the development of -JL

's A Messina orange is soft, pulpy and dry. many Itched Looks or have advocating been publlnhed.the single What tax is are this pub.tingle malignant disease: and some reason to Teams Wanted ,"

'act You will know Itby its deep orange skin. taxi think it may delay its production. K. S. Marvin, of Martin Station, who .
be The rind ia sometimes half an' Inch It is. In brief, a proposition to abolish all taxation 7. That in the young alcoholic liquorsseem has the contract to supply rock for St. WHOLESALEAND
thick. It to rind apparently. except that upon laud, or the value of land. check than to induce the
spec rune band It dues not proiH>se that even building shall be rather to Johns jetties, wants a number of teamsto !
Prof The Florida orange,on the other taxed, but that all the taxation, of tho nation, formation of tubercle, while in the old haul same. Apply at Martin Station
:y t is thin skinned, like the true native the mate and the municipality: shall be laid there is some reason to believe the 5apr dlOt wit -
'w is. The most popular vat upon the.I land alone, exactly In the name" measure
,f American it effects reversed.
whether It be built or vacant, but In are
ntt i tie"t y 10 inao'\. ruses coated-. proportion to the value which it powwiei Iron 8. That the tendency to is For Sale.A Retai 1 Drugs i
Jert In America over 600,000,000 oranges uearneiM to the renters of imputation l or builnett.I induce i '
not in any special manner by comptete Bottling outfit, by Ocala
; That makes The single tax theory u baaed upon the doctrine
iut are consumed every year and bat the land rightfully belong to all thepeople. alcoholic habiU. Bottling Works. 12apr d&w tf
.on ten apiece for every man, woman That the exchmlve puwi wlon of land 9. That the tendency to bronchitis', unless ,
child in the country. They are not all by Individual 1* not rir-llt. and that the sc|ism in the is not affected U. E. YONGE A C)., The Ocala Plum- -ALL KINDS OF-
however, .though ownership ol land W a ot perhaps young, ,
ralfiu this country Ito'f rKltln hers Call and examine their fine stockand
boxes. joint *tock ownership the wltbou'Injustice in any special manner by alcoholic ex OILS, STATIONERY, TOILET f M:
Ti ( :Florida ships annually wa first miggeKtcd In Knglattd by the cess act good work at reasonable prices :
,rog Her orange crop pays to the railways I social philosopher Herbert Ppenrer The doctrine That dSldevlm:
10. lllemortalityfrotu pneumonia ANDFANCY
freight alone. The cost of received a much fuller statcuvnit In this p,
nen, $2,000,000 on the fruit is 16OO,' country at the handy of Mr. Henry George:; In a and probably that from typhoid, fever -- --- I ARTICLES :'.
nez; f gathering and packing Florida book railed "I'fIKl'\'hII and Poverty," first publUIied also' is not especially atlectod by alcohol MAVtKir SALE. .
''Y l ''' 000. And a first class ten acre In l 1579.\ .Ir. ioorge Is accounted the ic habits.
?;' grove is worth |200,noo. Atuer-I founder ot the single tax system and U the head UNDERXDBYVIKTUEOF A FINAL DE- In Complete Stock I '
ep orange 11. That prostrative enlargement and
is going to bo OHO of and front of the agitation by the lion. J.
Iso lean orange culture Mr. Ucorge:; and lilt follower maintain that. tendency to cystitis are not especially induced Flnley.. Judge of the Circuit Court, In and for '
lute jet, our most flourishing indiiHtriea.Ocalft under the invent' esteems of private ovtnenhtpof by alconolic excess Marion County, Ha., on the uth day of February We handle none but the finest brand of cigars t. t..1Headquarters .
land the burden' ot poverty renting upon the 1'.7. herein I w as appointed Sleclal( l Master m for Wall Paper and Garden te ds 1' _.
Ti.uro ;AVater.OCALA mans of mankind grows heavier an the world\ I'J, Thattotal ahttinenct md habitual a certain sense therein pending: between I UENKY I ,\t
;rat" makes material progress; that in silts of the increase trinpt'ram-? ii ugnlnd.'ousiderably! taw chance'' M. HoLMKS: ft al, executors of the estate of WIIIQUT & FRAZER, ,
.tyl April 17 1889. in the world's productive power, wagesalways of a death from old( age or natural decay THOMA. I'AVm'K. deceased, as comi.lain-- 1'VBLIc SQt7AU a'
Banner tend toaminimumwbktuwill givebuta Buts andlEMIUtKW. LYONS, vt al, as defendants : ,
IT t Editor ; bar living. They bold that private ownership I without special pathological lesion. I "l1Iuft'er.' public mile on .
Apropo of the fire the other night and of land, with the privilege of holding I It for speculative It is very greatly to be regretted that .MoxD )'. .tI'Rll.l..r. 155t 9.
a the excellent and speedy working. of the pnrptHies and of forcing tip rents a< population the returns to this inquiry were not far In front of the oou t house door at Ocala FlorMa :
)ell V ask in the and IndUNtry advance, hal the effect to within the legal hi uw, and Kill: to the hlKhtht; bid :; ; '
water supply, I would space put a monopoly of natural opportunities into the more numerous than they actually were. der fur cash the ti llowing descrl *d real t.rorerty. \\'T: Ir' :: i ;\
BANNER for a letter that will give to the hands of the land owners The natural opportunities The conclusions drawn from the inquiry situated In Mf riot County. Florida, to wit: .RED UCTION:
op citizens of Ocala another reason for congratulatlng being thus mouopollwM, laborer are would then have had much; more weight The east half of tl e southeast quarter of section .
their water compelled to compete with each other to such an five, and northwei I quarter of uorlheat quarter, :: .
t>:a "' 3 e system and: thwmselvea supply. upon extent point.As as to. force w ages dowu to the lowest posslMe had been of able 10,000 to 6r base'.'0,000 them cases upon, insteadof an aggregate section twenty-three eight: ;;castcontaining all In township fifteen hundred south, range and :: :::.: :::::; :::::::: :.::::: :.:=::::::::::: iIZ.f f

\ Objections have been urged against the they hold that wages of all dame, of laborers 4.UOO and odd only." I'. n. x. twenty acres, more or less. : ;
y the productive cultivation of I.The above!! sale I la .Mnnia.Mayijth J
_..ll water of the city because of the depend: upon : postponed until uuajFORREST OF STOCK \ .
the wll Mr George and his follower maintainthat ,, >*) --
pr'e of an unui.ual amount of lime in the. true remedy for poverty U to nuke the The Plnrlillaii'M MUtnkc. 1.. ROBERTSON, ............................. \ .
feared the same Mart ........................"..................... l 1
solution and many land common property. But the further we the Special Mast;r.DR3.G.H.SJ.C.PER1NE.
to dUturb the pursue subject .. .. .. ......... ,
In the supply from the They do not, however propose '
I.i cause of trouble of so occupant of land, so long a" the occupant the more absurd the position of the BAN- MEANS(GOODS""AT * 1
water works. The analysis make lull use of their land. They propose, on :NtH seems Our friend has caught on to I'\
concern as Regis Chauveut & Bra, the contrary, to allow the poHweHfton of the soil tile I "single tax" idea of Henry George, 1 AND BELOW: COST.

;" ,Viould convince the dubious domestic that we to continue they do propose to buy to and take bell all'l and the rent bequeath by taxa It.Hut and carried it to an extremb which that Resident Dentists. :::.::= =::::::::::::== = i
Roiug. '" 14 have good a supply foe( pur- of dreamer dreautpt of. Goor r .
f )' as tion. To do this would make the occupant the never e'. MERCHANTS' NATIONAL BiNK f'
Dre' poeea as the large number of cities and land a tenant paying rent to the state. idea is to tax real estate only, but he OCALA BUILDING; .
from tint known underthe :
draw their supplies! 1.lIll1l'rol"Ulon. which was
towns everything comprehended the
weans by
vr of "land nationalization. has since i I '
4 r Filtered! JliseisMad i name branches of dentistry Teeth

.: the tippl"father river water of a standard of excellence l.ef l. by known common* the consent single tax of its movement advocates the, become ertons term every"real de crij estate.tkm, -which all improvements belong to the of r reserved.. Artleeiat Route! crowned sets from with porcelain filled or Bold and ......w...."t................".......w...................1.--t '.w ..'

) "_ recognized over the whole country of Its friends having boon directed more upeciti- soil Ftoriduin. Strictly! arst.ela\ dentistry l one at moderate tooth to a prices fall let. ...-.....-....-......................w.- \ \:,|
that rally to the abolition of all other forms of taxation.
and the assurance of the gentlemen They hold that the removal of taxation The beat answer we can .give to this is TOOTH roWDH A 8TBCI1LTTR. .-....... ...TIlE.. ..... Plu\CE '. wt .
works supply w its equal inpurity Industries In Irl'ot'l'al0111 1 stimulate man.IIractnren -...................,......--
from <
our water is certainly cheering news to our ana buMnpM, at the same time that U to employ Mr."George's own language. In D. rVLLtR.: axIS CHAC& ...........-.........-..--,-.........-..-- ft'1
1e dentroyed speculation in laud, to such au extent issue of tbe Standard of tho
60ple. Very Uospectfully, that the general prosperity would be immenselyiuereaakl 13th he Fi'LLER it CUACE, i I
O. N. S.\l'tll< liY.: !
and wages greatly raised. & DEXT1STS. -1j.. i ..\
They bold that the revenue from the single tax: 1).S11 of the single :-- ._:
explanation tax hasbeen -
F 9 1889. would be so large to enable the government to Special' attention {
et ST. LouIs Mo., April : as given to Crown Bridgework j
i going the rounds of the It 1
maintain I'hools&od college: build and operate press Ooldplat, and all nm-clas. operation wrtilnl
i A. P. Man, Jr.> General Mana/er! : railroad and telegraphs: anti do many thing an explanation that does not explain. It IIIK to the Dental Art. Gas sduinlsteresttoethe .--.."..-..........:...................:......"...-..--

.DE.- Sia': Samples of water marked which Their it plan does not also' now, of count engage, In.ting a single tax. classed those who support the single tax painless Nst.onalbank extraction Building.of teeth office in FiSt -..-.-....................... ''

1 2 3, and .a, duly received and ex. Involves the abolition of tariffs upon imports. in two lli'ision8in.letn. men limited, -- OetMfrniios. I '
Nos. result below : The single tax: men arc" absolute free trader and tingle tax men unlimited. The for !. ---- M .FISHEL'S. j,
amined yield p. GARY M. ... ..
In the recent ftvaldentlal campaign in fact, D. _.
it said would all '
GU. mer, is put tax land ,
& ru on .
lOUD Mj>\ l w.w.w.w w rrw.wr
1. 0'" or ..."...... .. ...Ittslugr." the under majority..r.I.lI11t.le.t..hlp.; of: the advocates for of the the time single tiring tax, and on improvements, while the Utter .+ r..w........ ..,... ... .. .... f

2. "Sa.! : ....... ....._iS88-lOfr.! : lQ cr.a' subordinated the land bue to the anti-taritf issue would not even tax improvements, but rHYIlctAI AJCD BCROION. r OCALA, : ; ; ;

14all ltlver Visue.._Servl-..w.a....,.-........._u *-lu ,'. the, and around refrained that the from ancr seperate*** of. party one. of action the two on would. tax land valued aloue l until all,land Rooms, A .. .-....-.- .. FLGRIDAIitfhj i
tkalaNom similar 111 com.itloh great- parties; ::the-Itemoerattowas>> : moot likely values were conoscatea to the State I gnaw os Gary's Block, OCALA ----- -...-
J. 2 and 4 are vet consisting! of the to conduce to the removal of the protective tacit This is not the distinction between single D.TwenIJ"vtn....... year's: experience Iu Florida
1' ; the residue The agitation for the single tax, or again privale tax men limited and tingle tax I' Jan31D wlanIO,87.I lyetwrto
poe of lime carS
salts: Sulphate ownership of tend 1* by no mean confined
(foUowlo sulphate of magnesia to the United Rtatet. It ha made much headway unlimited. There is a bchool who 8NOWDEN
bonate ot lime traces of vt' eta: In Great Rrttaiu. and is very strong In the would confine all taxation to real estate, & McFARLANE,
holism and Australian colonies, where one colony, South
chloride of that u, to land aud improvements ; but I
Australia, has by law limited municipal taxation ioia'6 ye
ble matter.NOlo (rom objection to unimproved land value these are not I men. A tax on FAIL
free double
-y and 4 are 10 is tax IRIOIfa H .-
1 tar abOve the real estate a not a single S '
for jn hollers and eo authorizelh Whit Pekla Duck Egg for Sale. tax. It is in part a land value tax, and Cu8-L bN TO ANY C
can AN01IN
ag 1 In purity that further we comment. At $1 per dozen, enquire of c.C. Carroll input a labor tax-all that part which I' ITO3 i4Lnr Lt. 4QAYS

lr use ,.lthou the are about the 'II'IIa Comnwaloner for Citrus count/ exnlblt, falls on the improvements being altar on MUTILATt. '

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WSM Sunday in Ocala. A HAHI'.MrBlCAhTHKAT.: \Vnntn It IncrcnNdl; to _iJ.b00,00(( the I gxcu..iolYeAlerlla- ,. i ..,

Owing to the in our of .\ of prominent\ ; Manager A.I.h'JI ainn. Jr., of lire 8. 8O .\,
j ;: presence city meeting r-growerlof A 011{. ( ver at the frontin
Mrs. Anklo Parker School" Hold
the St. Johns "'lorh1aLS held the of- that
Presbytery, whnhMd their ywiterdtijrffct' enterprise tends to .
'SamA1A meeting last week In the Presbyterian nn International >lu,lcnl Convene flee of the Florida Fruit I,1'ror.: ItrtoMi every well ,managed. roast to polo make

In Executive church,and the UightUev.: Bishop \\'\'(",1.I lion In mho Marlon Opera house Isaac Stone chairman, and DstH'refary. OrAmbler known the beauties and attractions along, (

Akltew'e I of Floridaon his annual visit to m-eive' --An Intelligent and Delighted line tendered the memlwniof, Prof

and confirm new members to Grace Audi euro.Mrs. Uy request, Mr. Damon 0reeuleafMaltti (its biby'a I ,. band' their wives and sweet: i t

Id a half Ltnge Episcopal\ Church, the day wa one of : Ankle Parker has became that the purpooo of the tDHUt\' hearts. ere their-r10-10 1 a com U. i
grove onavlsrelYivtrl more than ordinary interest and Importance | a recugnixxl was to take some action lo avert tbTt'aL- .eiconlon to Blue ,,
to the religious and church-going! factor in the musical and oduca cutest disaster to the oramgu-grottera from DSnnJon, ('r1.ta1.lUver and 1 ,

community, and so attested by their tinted: part of ( 'ala's growth and development imK-ifett| methods of marketin Fthe. yesterday.... !i ieanaa

the presence at all the chnn-he, uotwith- and the admirable" manner in fruit. y ot'itlten tJprnitlif

nurA new"iehoul standing!: the threatening cloud) that which her pupils carried! out the program Mr. J, A. Harris advocated the auction the Qniteattom band and on their return \

at ones3, hovered over the city at church-going) set for them at the OI'NIlIonl'le system to Im carried on at 1fl'w centralttflltllB > at 8 6' 1ock, .expre8l\ 1 '
Ing .. l
time and the copious shower (that afterwards .i "' .
la11"nl\ !ht, demonstrate lic-youd question\ aedelightod, With wua. ui eyand u see
Weed, lEpl feopal descended'I quelled\) the annoy the marked! and valient |>rots which Dr.: Foster, of Ovtalo, Indormtl' Mr.\ ) experienced on the,tr p. TheBaitonetuxapBon4'antt'4larltet i//
was a Rue*! of the ing clouds of dint that the still tads* of Mis": !'! I't a" inotrtictorof the 1Ilurli': ltlt'a. : : perfornf ,

his late olhciat visit the morning sent scurrying over the I young and her enviably) ability 1\14' a On motion thc chair appoints Meiwrt.\ :' f In the band bad a contest or nupretn\ .

O \ tow n., thorough" musician and her, successful. J. O. Matthews, JI A, Hams, Dr. Foslpff; ere to who was the beat disciple of i
lo H.r.. W. Shearer occupied the pulpit modes of imparting" ': same.A n.I H. ,\mhll'r and A. M. I\es 1\ commit- ace as Walton when after a great deal of '

learn joinM bo, a double-en of the Presbyterian church, and delivered splendid audience\ !greeted the pupils rte to confer with tho Fruit Kxchange tn Isaac the Utter, who can blow the most
iiiay or you ably conceived In regard to capitaliting it. sport, l
aery wnnon eon- and the rapt attention and hearty a >- tie shortest time was found, to
sE cha e. Uu-tmews col- section with the theLord's | Professor Stone uttered the in
!: plauso that. followed the execution of following have c11&rmPllthe most fish, got them 01\1
) Supper. Prior to the resolution, wlrth was adopted I and tent
t-crtuon. dillerent pails of the pioyiam fully atteMwl \- hook and landed them in the boat.
Ucv. Dr. iotwald the read l to the fruit Krchnnge.: hU
pastor a :

the 4Rrixilrr'l. the train
atMcs' one of Chandler's' deep interest *t and hearty appre On their return trip home
request from :\lrM'an Pelt, who was .'iation! of the pleiineiHiearcrt, ; That the general inanftinT I uf the \ '
ressive citizens : the special
nd Ilr was then lying at her home at death's! door, Morkila Fruit, KxchaiiKt' I Ge' aulhorUfd 1 to |prtaw- which WAS under St
opol'ra\ / make the B\NM.U a asking the of her ) While the |l.tsmple of Ocala have hadocci rnu any traiixn| >rtatliiii eaii) known to ,U at Captain Finch, Captain King ,
prayers I people' ion in the feel fiiiill In Hie "
to forwanl
n. past I/rah.fllll\ll.1! mummy rnrrjnm and deterring| hell cord stopped,
tlsinea the ,
--pI -- _. that Jod's will, not hers, be done lr. thank Mrs. Parker for delightful evenings the frill nHinlxncil to If mivThe tug met Charrei' 4

I /Lishtste; of Jacksonville, and (i. also! with touching teiidi'rnehH and spent nnd enjoyed through) her intervention eommittt mi capitalizing\ (thn oxchange :- crowd River, where to whom they were the band "
tin; th'lG.. U Chemical Co., deep pathos, referred to the death of and etlorts, and recall them met\ and on Mi ."uention 1 oJ'! :Mr.I of their splendid\ music J.
\ nie us a pleasant busiStaffitok :Mrs. I IS I F. )lyonn, which: occurred la.t with plcaxiirc, Iiii' cite of last "evening lldirithe president the Fruit i:me- Homo which Colonel Nlc Barco (In : .. / t

; nd J ,)rnill*, anti t their< \'l'r- Saturday. Itev.: Mr.: Shearer, la-fore beginning all its detail and the pc'rfe.,tion of execution ('llIlIIll"1t'4 inputted.. cnlla meeting< of the delighted! audiencereturned thanks J f
pro ifound in ) Idlt discourse, thanked the members \ of tIll MiK-k-holdeit with a MOW lo
'nr can our ( nmlls.anufactures young performers, nur- luuing Tho kind offices were performed at iDnnnellon
_J-J.---; .- of the hurch and the people\ vf l'a\"I'l.ll1ny thing\ of the kind heretofore the charter amended\ so as to increasetin 1 same and its people said sweetajr. :nr: \
Theo r. "'ill l eat the genial, industn- Ol hfor) courtesies and kimlnccnestcMidered attcnipted.Vcare' proud' I of tf l' lllloI"I- capital! I stuck t to f'J.VM': >,11011.( ) music drew breath than 001\Jf VuiS", V
kir'i/ and ent llsing young; bachelor, of the members the I'rt'"hytl.ry.111rill table will und untiring! efforts of Mrs. ")tnotinii of 11 Ir. Harris, (he secretary nero ;
Lakeeir, is in town wit- their stay in the city. 'Chitajng- (band_ did execute. .
*:th today !Paiker MI. the successful prosecution uf of the Fruit Kxeh.tnge: \ : was n"l'h'' tt..llo
.M the tcflmeilt and to say let the lug was veryfine, though the choir, 1'lIilpos.1 her work, and\ are &:;1,110, know that her write all the nrango-groweisof the Male, I EVl'ryhudy Wllliard had a whose kind heart word and to war b 'r '

( A'(SER: wJ, for another year over his of :Mr. Pike, organist, and 1 JIetrs. labors ate bringing\ their reward, nut whether members or not, to be presentat Captain and, Out-stretched to w iC.I/ 1
e.cefuIIQe.C'aptaiJoonsl: < Cleary and :Mclntyre, fils ; :Mrs. L. :M. alone in the appreciation' of the public the annual meeting of the. Exchange: are ever open ahd the I I
the conduit speeding!
------------- and Miss Thayer, Mrs Douglass Kchelberper : \ and the patronage bestowed' but along tho second Wednesday in May. hallo .
ing at his,, unsurpassed hotel.
of truest
Springs, has .: as well as the congregation, the lino of that higher. and nobler) work 4
eilierCoby( s "band an excursion misled the ,..yeet'o <'e of Mrs. Van Pelt. which tho : KnlliiiHlast: Faintly IjXproHKCN: Ills Uncle Jim" Clark, the Irrebn
down ) run this morning in his steam The) Uajitiit{ and Methodist churches in generation now coming to IdrH.Mr. and ubiquitous of the eep11! 'Tropical;
t the 'front and 1 time
on stage.. of action will
ttv.iind!, they took the F U. it N.Uiri whoso 'pulpits were filled with Presbyterian develop and : of : J. P. Hall\ Ilia able manager of on hand, and as he ever does proud tie..
) '
Spin, here Captain: Coons Mill entjjtithem. the I Kpiscopal church, owing to continuation of the delights, of intellectual a appreciation pursuits.' week on a tour ufinsiicction\, andhiring, I i which in him proves more potent

t Secretary Clarke: <,a col11' services and the presence of the The folks looked his rapid transit, ho visited Ja<'ksonville ....11\ red headed one who Inrariabl

I, I L paid them. eloquent Bishop Weed,drew an audience they eat young in a circle on the stage charming in their 1\1 Wavcross, Atlanta, Koine1, -'lInis- all he I credit.Colonel '
r .( that made standing: room desirable for tun and Birmin llI\m.
suits. '
.esident George( W. Wilson, of the sprung Adam F.ichelberger, &epll1l.t \ ,
the throng who pressed! into its doors, The audience It was purely a business visit and on
Tropical i Exj>oHition. has bl'en'ery both morning and evening. The posts with wax perfectly' carriedaway his trip, Mr. Hall carried with him his { by County Surveyor Jam '
Lh delightful! exercises the Moorhcad left for Panasoffkeemorning
surprised to receive notification "-
and of the church usual keen htisinoss
.pillars ,
were ornamented analytical, ,
and all loud eyes
//.the in praise of the to S
has been elected a member ofio lhoroughlyaslertatnby ,aesr
with palms' in commemorationof thinking in his journey\ of l/iUl miles
plucky\ little woman, Mrs. Parker, who ful! the
New York Democratic Kcfjrm Club'compliment survey, est.entort.he01p11um:
1'alm Sunday, while the profusion of ,has he would) see indications( of thrift, enter-
genious of a high order and the found to exist his '
unsolicited and that on celebrated a_ +
one the"alter ,
flowers on delighted all priMe, prosperity and activity that did
I ,
e sljBbJd feel of hifeh: his host eyes.In most admirable trait of that gift, which 1 inoiind urange grove, which by knowones
({r- proud : the evening the learneddistinguished not exist in Florida and Ocala.
Is nature has bestowed on her, Is the there Is u millions
( r fr certainly do. nay tln (It"trust (
ands eloquent bishop spoke i front the genius of untiring labor and a clear head I I He has returned mom of, and a butterfriend the learned
Reoligist'a catima
words of St. Paul "Herod thou of F1otldthan ho thought ,
Agrippa, : HOH-
, ..blr. M. Hendersonof near iraham- which always surmounts all difficulties the wealth contained In1 the
'">..:;ijd one of Marion county's moist almost \\'l''l'lme! to be a Christian," The following Interesting program, was! Bible of being, 'ere he started; and In. is correct, for there 1 he ttTEfa
and delighted and deeply touched the satisfied{ that: notwithstanding the drawbacks
ress and farmers fruit rendered : State of Florid whm
: \'e prosperous: minds and hearts of his audience by the Music..SlclKli m nclls"tlulnct.TrioIustrnmentalI that has beset our State, owing to re would ra
fefs and stockmen, has been aj>- clear cut and expressive! WO.llIlht'| utter I. the prevalence, of yellow fever in certain see the it-mast. a gold mine th *'
ted of the Heather Iblandlany's Colonel I i'ichel;i
f manager ,'rllicbheeigha '
depicting till! condition of the world parts of it last season: th it we enjoy to agreater ,
; / valuable\ propeity, and now \\tlcnuipLy\Mllte fiary-Iiitnxliuvit M Mayor if hall n e hear,,
it related to and the difference : ,, time elements! of
as Christianity, degree= success
.._-\ the island with his family, andCapita ] of Ocala. An Hi>pn>|irlato ci-tith smell t kMlv-
in the acts, characteristic's and ere.LInstruomeulmul and prosperity than any town or section
that it does not sutler want of qualities required for persons to take iluitt-Tho Ml.txc-H! glary! smut, K<) visited.

r t their bland on the side, of the tied and w urds.AdilnKH.l II y the (Chairman Jamr riUinanAtlilniM Mr. Hall says Atlanta\ iw the cosinetropplitan rjiii[ L' '%

000. )plain, Richardson has invited humanity, and those who confess that by the Secretary, Mrs: Gautmie9f-Ills'orl-ll ) city in tho South, not excepting\: oat;
+f p following, persons will be her they are' almost Christians, yet, lacking cat Mu-k-ikitcti ol IntiTiiatiuiial: AsstM-Iatloai of New Orleans; that Komo: in' beautiful but .,.
the moral \ to become one in acts quiet while Anniston and Hirmiiigham)
week in her island home on courage Trio \ .. .
-.-. CII..r..,., j j8a : Miss Maude: (ijrUr.. and \*ech. AddressGyMixsl'ults, oil luOiltTii music-I.U/t, may ,bare, glory and imM] >rtance as great 8 memo and read t 'tII dl4 PWI ,
.' |( Major, Mrs. and Mi-s l Bisliop Weed was listened to with ln-r i.U'al.ukicby cities of the future, in becoming\ centers .
I l.iPlMlsii
? (Hill.illrrHw
Paid : [JNewsom, Mr. Mrs. und Miss almost breathless!\! interest for he speaks t hy MKM| 1I111-WIIIIIl'r taken an tin of trt'atillillllt nnd manufactories ; yet <: ARE2Sf,

0, Forebt L. llobeitson, llsq., what he thinks and feels! and is highest ,xtauilaM mumml cucfllfticu' t tbeeverpresetltuiml unending .fields of : u.I"I I
Gary. They honest with his convictions, and their IIIIIIIoIIIUI.e favored mite.1.1 masters. 01'11(1)1I',1111\' cottoncotton, cotton in <(< Jeorgia, satisfied E ash liuu will snake>o rjr a -. .
$5 Ju anticipate a
uw of the \*tanil\ \ time for arm UlO\'CIIICIli. *r**. "lwit, ."
.Jiue. earnestness is visible in every word he MKK| K luHr lM.Miiiw'l.y him that Florida not only in climate *
,' h ___ __. __ utters. AddresabY:' Im1N 1 1'lltulMIIlI1l1l1trlllhlllolllltiClII> < without I but in the varied capabilities, of I IHN'T TIIAT*OODt u. f .

E.: W. A.G regret that our religious! : duties After the sermon followed the interesting the use of 1.'tllIl. Mill hu never nwj [M'erity .

esterday, would not penult ut to ac- and solemn rites of confirmation, gate whenplayingalmie ax a rcaion i he wield(Misn, not CUuilcattTiiian rl''h in store for all her People in the near I"1 ew cioxlK of all de |
.ft Finch' kind invitation of which four at the alter in ) future when they' are taught to utilizethemtl ;IiM;
Capt. to ac- appeared snug by II i'U n .::1 honu'wiu- Thou art HU near' .
UI'any Colby band to llomosassa, the morning and twelve in the evening. au'I l yet' w i tar. \\ellnuilvrvil.SoiiKb as to make )her I ho |,cer of time k alcciis of! li

id our business demands) today, were -*!\ )Salliu \\ hllllcltt..Uh yo U-aru (Knitirc Empire !State; of the South -

o exacting to accept of a similar invi- The Colored: Children School Address by Ham .I'lUtnaii. J lint j lIIrllllf| In our II'Uto| t

tatian to join the excursionists: to Silver Hay at the li]>o,.itioit, "., :MlHkllHU.' Cluslmgof) IYlloWHtilp Hfhool.
the lllu l.l.l.U-ii. School at CtlltllIil1 cmsed! to-day, BEAUTIFUL ZEPHYR'A '
BpI inW1All same we are duly
. Saturday): was the day set apart by the Duet InstruiuvnUI ->aui I'itluma and Mallory'
Mrs 1.A.; Uandall. teacher.
grateful, and they have our sincere l.iddeu.Iteumarka. 4;; 5.
management of the Semi-Tropical: as \ Jobuutw LldJen., The full ,school including, and
thanks for their honorable intentions. IJf patrons pretty u you ear Mw. ,
.. colored thiMrcns'oI'ho01.lay( and right Address l y MlrwCntHdcrAdilreM several\ v'ieillrmu! were 1ml'esent.The }

q S We are l pleased) to learn tt!; the bu..i- royally was it observed by the colored more In by haul Mr.l wok:rowderfiurresH than cviitiu.. tlcllCnh| morning wan devoted to time examination Fine Table Linen ToM jit

nets push and integrity of )Ir. U. C. schools: of Marion county, everyone of Remarks by lU'ifincild' JVrrinrDuett and general review of the '
. Loveridge have found recognition in the which was represented at the immense by K<1, I'lUinan and IU-Kliiold I'vrlne. scholars. At reivss a wlorious dinner '
Hllki, China Hllki
* cathering, which is said to have numbered Song from Oration of Kuth by the Mliwen Sharp olre and 8 ,
/ of his for the vale
. extending oft for old and and
agency I Hill. CiwvcVr and Potts and Jamie I'itlmati. watt spread| ; young\ in
bank. Mapes' Fertilizers, so as to include the fully 5, Mis' hula I , tiP country from Iteddick to Welshton: from were school children. Time processiondid oue Ut-ll delivered I each actor in turn hhuAing:,

oankl Bpair to Belleview'from !Silver Spring to not form till L'o'clock in the after A cldrpHtity. Minnie ThuinpiKiii---I'rlmary liiHnictlon. great credit Io the untiriring ellortsof I D<1U LJneii, l.&wim aad ChtJUM not a

Ilomowsa, with the country supplied noon, as Professor Maddox, of (Jaim-s- Duett The MIHVM t'rowderand hub I their unexcelled teacher, Mrs.I Uandall, in
.. guaraV from these several stations-heailquarera vine had been invited to deliver the ad 1j(1II1C--! MiHh .rlehNlUbf". --:MlH' .. Joliunlu Udden, preparing for the exhibition : First on LineD Plain an St
(tell Embroldr/y
dress. ,
snug _, _
\ at Ocala. was "l.ady Mabel" iteliveredby
AddnSuIlelen program .
...... The procession was a long one andmade lO.1 I'MOII" hlu'iergarteaKhmdcrgirteu .r
l drill. l.i; n in a :Nash, "fx-sson for .Mamma";
N ew hnU- In nrietuu, (
| pretty eight.tei
n a splendid display. Arriving at A Clarke. "The well of St. Uein .
Professor Geo. !Stewart, who has .en- by till 10 ,
j trenched himself so (irmly in the hearts the building, Hon. Henry W. Chandler Centennial Hound. by Master Ili-nrv ( 'lark. "Lotting tho teach
. Ham lrg! Embroidery and Fine:
. Im 1"\13 tiojjg of tilt, peojJe of Fain'iew, was made president of the meeting, Kev.: Civilians who lIIteU1platottl'Jlllill; (, Ill'at! die," by :Maud :Moser. "The Uoh-
. I Coochie live resi- Hampton of the KaptUt church, utl rl'dpraYN the Washington centennial X ? .bin" by Ollie" Clark "The Whistling
by a years' at (!w York
after which Professor Maddox & II lie of pj" mu Uoodt &be tb1
I. :its} Fanner Boy," by w'ho< |. "'f\! (' strangerin n seat
nlng them, and as their capable| April ", will plea.s e call un Captain > (mitt).,
introduced null made address

r"r deed e qualities of citizenship, has ably. sci-oiided\ by :Mi. Chandler the low rain excursion ratty he has HH- Little hewn Hen" by liessiu MoM'r,, Ribbons all Shades & \\Vldt_
who always and well.
'q> Ocala with hu family and Kpeaks Mpuently cured fur lilt company"' und any others "'Ole to an Infant Son," by Miss Kate
interest in the Orals Mitnio The children bad a tegular picnic(: in who desire to join the and ChapiM-ll. "Pulpit Flowers," hv MinnLuxit ..-.
f jthalf may party secure F"himt.mmt Uoe of Jliighftrni that did
the building while the older oi you ever(ef
: I I I Ocala heartily! welcomes 1r."t poition' state rufor" their passage ) Nash.' Dialogue, "Thu Womlej-
{ rr: I I family, in whiclC the the audience took great interest in the The round trip ticket will cost f:&O, ful Scholar"\ by Mitts KOS.I/ Clarke, Ollie .1..IU/1.1" JIM auutHKKff siroti
; : -' inhlll exhibits and j passed a pleasant, happy good from Jacksonville' and on the :Savannah Clarke and Muss' Kate ('ha'spell.' | "Kit '
__ and instructive day, in taking a good I chen Conn< latiin' by Irene :Nash. Iiot'91t'k '
bleamship, :NarooHuewhich > O h J Junt tp In and try tu; lee U U will :
" :, .kind School Commissioners.Democratic look at the Grand display, which must will leave that city April L'th.'; SOIl "Don't) you see, ute 1 Coining i :," by
be of great good to all who, so royally J.Amllla and Annie Clark, ''The Pliilo'a-' (i(lOt,.. ARK FIRST t1UA1.ITYr -. a I

County Ksecntive.ttee : enjoyed the occasion. T. It. KIIOMN .lforcTitan U'u do. ..hiM Scales: ," by Miss Uosa: : Clmke. 1'10Ss'ulltor 'V\I
: t was in session this! morning I Tlie stieets of Ocala were crowded Mhool 'larke. X.: 011 the IJICC.) bBeantlfai i,
Henry ,
Boy by ; ,
made following >ndaionH! OCALA (Ii J I IhS'l.iyr ,
rely>mmc with colored citizens, and life and ani FI.A..Spril "
lea.tlD"Gooo Louisa
ihe Governor for appointment| on the nation( was visible onfall hands, and I />/ 11't"n fr: Clarke.\ Hin!: the Morning tell, by ," Feared Chillies, 6c per T ??' \
,rd of CommiHsioners and \
; County Hoard everything pas mml off pleasantly and In your inHiieof April 5th (ien. Wall I "The everlasting: talker" 'by .: )
_........anty School : viz : harmoniously.The has expressed Miss
an opinion concerning the Kate Chapjx-ll, !Uona 'lark, Miss
;; COCNTY CTOMMlfv8IONEW.I calUthenics\ by the girls of How-[ 'J.S.WW majority (?) of Kx-President! Cleveland ( Lizzie and Irene Nash and Ollie Clark. Cue line of-- S ,

, : ;,: J L'. IL Fakes II. W. Long, 8, F. Perrin.HP. aad Academy was very line arid the! of the popular vote. Tell us in Kxercisti: closed with the song;, "Hi nl: GEN'l'Sw'CLOTHINi

fl. ...- .\Vttllamaon, J. lUrron. '* drill by the cadets of the same school your columns what became of the Republican the Bells: of !Heaven," by schxh .

j g _J '; :R BOABO. highly creditable. l legal majorities In S. C. l.a.I and A. V 1smrua. -1-1 Jill ;..ti.'I
BCUOOl Miss. The (KipiiUr vote ('.') of tfte, South --- Kboe, Irati and 'DIooocsa.J. \a] ::
"awls, Ik 31. Aver, M, 8. Moser, Four bids were received this morning is like General Wall-one IUtI.,.!. T. It. Tennessee\ leads all the South In being := .
gee A. B. Uriffln.) bth trustees of the Ocala GradedSchool -- -- first to extend to woman tilt right to .
- '.(ict lu"eat.etla member for !' for the building, but two of them Mrs. Delia Thompson, of Birmingham, hold the office of school snperint"ndent 'VKItV: LOW ItUCES .

rand the names anggeated i failed to be kilned l by the names of the Ala. looking after her orange proves If this thing goes on, who' to bold the .

E D by; aodarn& (on. : bidden. No award'tI :. i | w\ ".r. .. ,woman-(Jood l blew I hef. n$' T i.):

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,, APRIL, U ctorles I,4; t'ntcrtnlned>>y Eipcrta by some..Sowers Fairy Salaries Paid to tho Heads of the 1 ; ( (

'arloiiH World.Ths .
Government of the .
i P, E. HARRIS, E Ananias Club had sole Income of the President of ,
a pleasant
1 I meeting be United States from the public treasury oc '
1 the police station last night. "It = \
t rlJ I / Is .
on the blood stained field of his salary of jO,000 a year. liedraws _
ttf Gettyssaid it at the rate of (4,106 a month. .le.
Sergeant \VKU1 ".U-4 T This is week ------------------ \
r r burg!!>' """o, bunt 1gjj a fraction more than W a t'
most remarkable occurrence. A and $160) each for six working days. 1'11.tU -NO. 3st1; \ :
member of my company had his right Grant's time President's lived on half

/leg taken off by a cannon ball. He wasUken this salary. Experience baa: show u that \ t
back to the hospital tents. The tile present sum is large enough to cover TILE '
shattered member was nicely trimmed, the expenses of the most extravagant SUCCESSORS OCALA. 1

anti, a* an experiment,the 1 leg 1 of another households and to leave a comfortable -J- k i
man was put on to the stump. Would Balance in the purse of a Presidential

nt' you believe it, gentlemen, but that leg family of moderate ideas. Yet there is CAPITAL STOCK S5O.OOO.OO

grew: to the stump, and that man to-day lot another magistrate at the head of ., .
has: two sound legs but his feet are not any people exceeding the number of 10,- SURPLUS, ; 'M550.OO 'it 1

mates." .. 000,000() who does not receive a larger

r "During the famous strike of 1870, salary than the aUj.lIstmttnt and toiling "
Yellow fever has already made lts ** when it was impossible to take a train .1. President of the United States. OITICF.UH S ,

peannce at Rio. out of Indianapolis without police! pro- The Shah of Persia; who has nothing .Iso. ... I)cs'i"t ,l, O' C.
ection.' I was'- running nn engine mi Hm except to boss several hundred B. 1', lUsMCKES) J 1cc Presirieel. ::'

Dunn introduced a hill 10 pro'' Dee; Line" remarked Captain; i Colbert t, wives, is in the enjoyment of an incomeof R. n. 1\1\fc.Iu..",BL nn.--.
Senator rr { ,
$30,000,000 a ear.: Then there is! the Ihi r
"and had a wonderful experience on )
\ one
Tide seals for county jii'tghea '! /! of fay trips. We were going around tho Czar of llussia, whose chief duty is to LERSflying
I keep from being blown lie is paid<
curves sixty-five miles an hour. Right
Hank building wee *
h '-Chief"Justice Waite'elarnilyhavebeeq like ) The MhiWi ,.1 ill our ww and elegant : /* mTet 11) .
.. ',' '3 keeping ahead of us on the track was a big blue 10.00Lt,000 early. now! yniMftfil /14f1r. air
reduced to the necessity of lignified King of Siam on alike .
acer snake. The varmint would throw gets along tJ'ltft saliafnctien to (all _.
":.' ( boarders. sum. The royal family of poor, miserablo Exchange, bought and sold '
1 ==.=:::=::.::. his head up every few minutes and look at'lIPrttl Ilmkif: tUKifltU .mped. I (
:> ; receive :iyw,000everv ,
; Spain
beenforwarded back at me in such a tantalizing
I$ Ow thousand dollars/ hate way and Italians of and ,
sleep out doors eat
i '
: !late Lditor that I got mad, and I made up my mind -- dt to see .
e .jdolftlle
to the that l would either catch that snake or nothing but maccaroni to make up a *

T 'rr' Martin, of the Times e'/lon, male him leave the track. I told the pun o of $: ,OOOooo and<< more for their __ nOAUU OP UIUEOTOhs.--- Lacy
.Q. fireman to throw in the coke, and then 1 1ml I royalties. Such figures as these console : :
r : Thb New York libiland Drm,; / is led her wide open. Gee gosh how the British people for their annual out \
'": .' rhat the Memphis J *m<*' alls Col. wo did run. I could hardly keep my lay, under specific) laws of $:!,!)l.:->,000 on + _. t \ most cent bee. 1
I Jy shirt organ. Victoria auditor family to nay nothingof %
Elliott Shepard's LIoo/ < eat, and the telegraph poles looked like
Atelyb : M fine tooth comb. The snake haw that indirect extortions and perquisites. \ tit1tyrt
leatbB from Christiana a to catch him and That reformed pirate of the eaa, the, INO( E''. Bl1NS, KI'. UiS1 h1.,5
she I bound near '
Danish steamwr was
went down the Sultan Morrocco, is slightly! nrmmmpemisated (''II.HtlEIXAU. LA. EIN fN, \
hunts. New York Fortville the snake jumped track
BDhagen for his Kclf-dcnial animal HAUVHY KSK11IT( WM. AN) 1enrsce.J. .
and by an : 1\1. ( N,
650 are missing. into pool of water blew
>e better and immigrant! lIe ran a lie hot lo\vniice of$2,500,11.) < I II) and the. Mikado: of J.C. PKIllXi E;; 1. M. THAYU
into thousand pieces. was HO \
io far afevver 'IF a Japan receives $>2,:>00X)0( ) Tho Khedive U. a MCONNKI.L SHOES
that when he struck' the water it caused)
) ne Washington tFitu' says : "Some of Lgypt; drays !tl.r)7.;(,(KKI) from time cub
s slaw Vn are born great ; some achieve greats the explosion. I Htatice of that tax-rulden Und;: !, while the will not '
of isro
had) fathers who "In the spring shippt'lll4ll1orlllnalY --
him s ainltKime hate Hrheruollerns content themscixt'H" will P.fOI:1:1f'Ox1)Ev7A \.
l board tiltew I dTYe--
stamen on 1
mthor. Jieveil them of all responsibility.i such for three a yearly tribute of $1 ll I 2\tMlO( from the
whaler none a
Man ,- -- Prussian! .'lIIlir"H'n!: the ,sultan, of ; Ot.
t remarked : :
cruise, Sergemt Andy ::
iemi-T, s//a the yjg/ for builJing the court year's "We had been out about four ('cotton'lout! bed /ui/-iliar pockets a mmiii-! .

uvuoein Savannah there hams a (liBer- Sowers.months meeting with but poor success! ; lion a year, and 700)1'r Yard
nee between the highest! and the lowest when one day a Htorm came up. Wo the !Saxons: of Saxony" no mor .\' ,; ) Hunk: II( tvtnmnah Gtorgvi.ltni ..

Exp fit $57C50. The contract was let had been expecting it, and consequentlywere considerable a community than Illinois r\Uf Conking! Company, Inue y\ I I.
I in 1lassachmmicttsin I r
or IIwlo.9!!
lode jtopul.ition
for 72.400. ___ but onr preparation
DKA :;:::= ==- : Prepared ht, for it was' a storm or geographical area, by the reicninmonarch. !!
wade to askwinate were l'ortull.l"\\l..II'1I" and Brazil ING.t
An was Thursday ..
attempt ---
he fol j most terrific kind. Billows, inoiinflin -- -- -- -- _
the Czar of Italia, and report the i'achspenda1nnt-i! ( OMMIontheir( king r
r zpoe e Iiiirh.. dashed upon us, and 1 our craft
the was wounded ly an expiouuiK of tho The republic of Tramp: allows her V- I Il
the ; 8toR I into tho trough sealikea
y dy'i |v, The Russian authorities are at- cork in an eddy. Time rudder wa chief magistrate l only *- (IHIohl),()( ), hut Itttlllavti I
.ing to hush up the affair. of the masts fell, Ih' gives her I ProMdent I t'-M: IOIIIII(>,( ) 1\
torn away, one ,
.t'ILr. Switeiland'H" President. ,omeHthInwestof l
in the ) Fits! !
eil; ; water roared torrents through a .
all lime rulers of the world. lIis
in all all of sudden the
louocebe emocratic gains are reported and then a T
na t _..,8 of the contry. In Rhode Island ship Bottled on her beam ends, lunge salary: i is Iitwm0':: ( a vcar.A .

man t .' fS.OO) gain, in Chicago 20,000 gain, St. forward, and sank in 100 fathom uf Ti-llMile tit I'lorlda.Ilon. / / .__.
vorkecfj Locis 5,000 gain, in Ohio 20,000 gain. water every soul on board going down --OF OCAl A,- -

lea aprHarker.p Th old party i still lives unit l the cause of with filer," W. D. Kelly, of Pennsylvania, Ocala, Florida. I
: tariff reform ia moving ou. "How did you escape! ? breathlesslyinquired deliteri"ml an address in lxiiidville, Ky., 4-ofe -
(Hnico."Didn't .
Sergeant; I was drowned with on the evening of the 17th, in which he od NO. 3470. Do
the 7e .Vy escape.
We Our esteemed contemporary, concedes bo rest of tho crew," sighed Andy. .paid the following t tribute to 1'lorid.i : _
act tb ..- rnivnta'nTlnekqual ijan>fr."pays that rights to naturopportunities. Then the club arose l0111' man and "Fur more than threo works I loitered

heSei at ." That is a concessionpedal presented Sergeant Sow era wIth a wreath in what is to ho known to the "orlI\14:
: dock. mho winter farm .ulllj/troll'n of thu I'l( ff'V
.! T all u claim welcome of eour
: and gladly
' we _... .
'rofrs hitherto ,
o w little "" mil, despised Florida 1 "llf'ak +
rthel naDINke to our__platform. Sir Charles HUMM-TH" air'Illlammt IVi with delilteiation! when I say that that *kA

f Mr. } the oration in how SpI'4'h| in DcrciiM I !State: which, though lmitted to till'' 1 t'i 11. ............................. .... '-,.: =
m tee I Iert m' f Ala aaciMheld In Tallahassee til I'ltriit'lK ion by an act of Congress on t tho H.XIII

.,U F I", otherdiyo/the' Democratic members change it Upon the opening' of the session of the I 11.1on high lows was a Inntleil.' vvhuembraces Paid Up Capital,, Aalharite '
decided to
he \u ) mtrouuce a < >
I1t 111,0111' mure miles of'i
>o- 1'arneU commission April 1'J, a J.oIHlun.cable square|
B from
necie '" tketiaieofthe State election territory than Iowa, and. whoso population -
>t' JVaibertoOitober. It will be money rarn hays : numberud mote than KHUN( ) ill ox- $50,000 50-\ .'
b'or thete ,,a the people can> Sir Charles Unwell undertook to nho\\ eels of Iowa in 1815; had! nnnv ill 1870
Theograi! stand it the newspapers ought not to that the money Mr. 1'arnell gave Byrne. to have 1 l..lio.UOO, and 1 nay without' h\ir e:. w..umN Iw: t'rr.. rr r I' w.lrc
- .;* 06npai? But it does not seem to us anent which the prosecutor alleged was given that timo. wIll confirm my asseition that' ................... ..... TOIL
ullnPl'e&arr expense. b or the purpose of enabling Byrne! to foromobt among the UOhl'l\rilhllllilwr. -

enttl s3.50i1Domrur.etat escape, was meant by Mr I'arnell to bo al States of the I'liiou' will lie its farm -t t'w
/ MUfJ O&a ll-Qll1eL w. quote'caUfornla-Rlrer.Florida at user for the onlainiiig) purposes of the II' and garden, beautiful Flonda, the Upend 1 ARTICLES FA.
: : 13(,, .:: and that Mr I'.irntll -
pr 4 .It II axti Pomona at tic'Ji Ise A Dielel at Rational League, I of the :South:
so tliate. ::; Thealgve i8 from the $t. Louis 1 did not'know that H'Tnl'IS in peril of I here will be a flora mu h as no pert of I

y i of April 12. Florida. has been ship- arrest. the Union ('anl'l'Uhh'l' ; Midi as neither. .
high/ t"' ".''IIgora ige8 since last October and Her The court, !sir ('buries said in eomludng :Mexico, nor Japan, nor China, nor Africa MCINTYRE, C. cIIER tQs of ctgen 1.

'amir, / gkaagea foil bring the cream, of the his speech wits trying the history of I nor Southern Europe can produce, ardett :cells ...
ylet / I..h and' yet California continues toisysgtJof the Irish revolution He ,asked that fair but where you will timid tho choicest' pro- ,

......_ .: her superior .prices. and generous t'lm"id.'fI\tillll be given it. I dnds o.t:all I! tlicf-e.I..u d""u.\whether! in thememo SURPLUS $7OOO.OfCORRESPONDENTS *
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10"\ ;,Ii.. If prosperty wan returning to Ireland noni or ino bemutlifol DIOSMJIII'
apta g York f in a hunks bo tolled, hut allaiis h ere unhealthy I the forthcoming crops' of fruit: or vegetable -__ y seams;
airaw ,?/ Henry C. White of New "There is in that lUUJl: ):Y nhut' the LKU' There is a laud! thaI comlniies theM Ono of the tintIt! amt best '...,
equipped harking ..........
'ter to the TrtAzne. eays pIe consider impiisotied members oft hellouso >il I and climate all lands and whollt'I'rolnl'tioll" tank WI' have &JII.'l'ial fU'illti.'oI: fOlr ) houses in the State owned''by the ;
pin rally no ground for the theorysimply of Commons heroes And martyrs.Sir I for anti '% 'akill' : : 'ollt'Itiln on all I\l't'l'I8ILl"! "
beauty utility will ( w extend every and I favor points. ill. :::::: i
of courtesy \
'J t tsfIek to N
New' formation of a deaf race deaf mutes. Charles declared that ho did l not ineisuro\ I may almost. nay, the |H>*Mhili- : :, and shall give pruUlpt amid ('ar'fnlat\'ntion! our l'ustollll'rl4 consistent with safe ...... ;
of'6aause out of the 33.01W SICKeJor merely as the advocate of t h,' accusod tier of the prodiidion or "all I lands., It isu to an business entrusted to t!
'> hearing from We 80 ;;.t your HANK us .... :::::..:
Ally cent lost members of the !Home of ('m.n.mO"8 and all business 'tol1klll :
per laud for
trW' 'l'1' accidental txtuses sugar par exielIcnce beyondI'm1La guarantee entire satlsfnctlon. In our line and ....._...... .
from purely in the 0'1'' but for the land of his birth, and! : ho tobacco fields\ will rival at onco .
00 AAt, and the defect is not repeated lie believed in the best interests of 1'ng- !'
, ': congenital \ those of Cuba and )f the (Comuiticut'
ulidM Band .
ring; on the lamb The inmiirvvhhh was intendedto and Lebanon and other Northern .1.

Aft*; deafness bas been decreaaingaslsehown every; State be a curse, hxtf f l hl'l'n :i LIIl.... inl%. It levy ; it is the land, of lice. What : ,.............. t ..' "\,

'*%: by the annual report" or had been ' "': titution in the land. ruinhlgone man. hut bad proved the 1 w.w traversing. 0, don't talk to Now York, N. Y.; .:

, ? $$: there are means of vindication, I about (cotton; a Florida farmer has no outhern Bank of Georgia: Savannah. COST. ..
6 a""*' JVin r. States HIS rKU'JKVTION.: time to tool with it for S cent per pound, I QY Special' l Correspondents; in all C-.M- .
*ffi!only six ne""*l'en circulation exceeding In his peroration, whiih h\"ltlllllLlfun when we can rune vegetables and fruits decv important cities in the West'Y'

)r. U010 wInch have aaUy two" In New hour, Sir Chatlos Unveil titl : "In opening I for the North at such .pi ins! as wo get. I "
/Ogt' ot''iP0. 00-"e in and. one; i nlUtft.t1 >bMat l'phiL our case 1 aid that we repicsentedthe Tim whole of the hill portion of the .q.t, .I
Yor"kQ in Dosion South is literally, or will bo when "
in regard to t1u t. I'oMUousaromov\ reversed.Tlio proper .
saga notable tl.PC exception! they are accused Ml there \pointing' with indignant II !v managed: tho knit of wine and ------- -- -

J fa that' wIUmUV' of the democratic scorn at .Messrs. Walter and MeIXjnaUl milk and honey, and all beautiful and .. ,
I.' advocates taullon They are of tho Till/lid) This inmury, will &rl1\'ful things together with tho great w .w..w
I: p'btorr of low tariff educatloll,1, work not only vindicate individuals, hut it will I'talllt'M| to which I have alluded I and THE

I to rymng on a great.hows that the I'eo- nIII"all misconception of the character otheis.! 110NTEZU ..., .,.., ......
'abil their experience ---- --
action and! motives of the Irish -
ht. 1110'I'la i
be tau New (Irk'am Tlwes-miewoerat. i
Si. pie are eager and then leat'eis.' It will set! earnest, ii
( A (;front inn Maker.Mr ..... i .t
". or Texas" enrontd t minds to thinking, and will hasten ,-: y
.. The ateatushlp "State Drunswick Sunday ; true union and ethyl true ret-onciUtion. Philo henmington, till head l of the :

: frol11ew York to northeast or It wIll dispel! the mighty,; cloud that has great Uemintfion arms factory, died at Main stn t .ol tt .i : e

i' sighted I fifteen utnt'S a terrible atorlll, Iial ken the history of a noble race nntld.hIllUt.d. !Silver Springs: Fla, on'1'hunday, la..t.He Ocala I'Fla ::::::::::::::::
,.,I.K".n Shoals. to' on hoard, the glory of a mighty empire.Then came South in January partly for ;
six men .
; health\ --. --L'.i
rbark"'Albatr)88. The ule11t was a honaUuu in the courtroom ple.isuro and ,partly I for but hid L
liltlful when S.i" (harles concluded' t his death wa entirely lIn xl'l'l'h'lt. without aaa11land eomfPe WlJes t' wech. It ill tht. iri'nernl" opinioI| : of his Mr, Ivemiiigton'was horn at Litdifield, .. (
were made for be, P- Captain the hearers| that he hover stoke better. N. Y., on iKtobei 3, Is hi. lieint tilt oldest !. f Hotel )--.-.::
.1. to tcO to | : :::: :

'f .-lianu,rualCue.(S1Ie\1 Brave for men volunteers such quUN1 to lJj'T' |or, lug When Justice Sir Charles III\11ul'lIloftssl\1 httd tiiu"a hed note, to 1'resid-him tho son great of K.armory Koinington at Ilion, the, N.founder Y., that of .. :... : :::? :. ::the: CitFIRST.CLASS : i; LO !

:auDcblng a )oat In second call was in which he gaul : "I 1 congratulate you. tears his name. Karlv: in life the son I .i. "

At ', i".continued second MatttJackH4 and a "e" (' 'po niLj"C.aaSe. third, Your great speech occasion."1a"great ono and worthyof thoroughly was placed;; learned in his. ai father's, the details shop of, and the I ,......,.., .................... ,... IN ALL RES CTS.. "'

Co '1 also the ahlp'.'ntt",1. laud and -- mechanical work and later he wa, made !1
F \lDAn The boat the was depart rtt withed A negro in Savannah tho other day, superintendent of the armory On his I uJrtrie 6ellaa in terry row. Ital nt'1, rind bt1Aa, Ggrnmtmrlrid

w, crew wat d Lark was coed who hud gone crazy on the subject of father's death, in ivil, Mr. uemingtonbexaino Intivlm rs. 93 ,
The I'Mres 1
tas.e senior member of the firm of I nr 6rie1 A
$ feel, &1 th religion, killed his 1l\'l.-Yt'ar-01d child,
01W brc'ugh back UII 01 1 "lug thinking it h. been: jMjtwtHl; of the l mul\1! ton ,\; Sons, which ,1 l bu w't" _

', 'ow roan lives fi JlSaK' a watery r ,.. gray devil. } ,1 e..U' the present tlwe.f gf "to a ptt day.) j, 1',11.!

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emi.i T ropical Expo itio .


:RS -This Exposition, incorporated under the laws of tin 'i' o1! 1 oridn, op* i I..J atN ---OOALA

'; I 'iARION' N COUNTY, }FLORIDA MM J \ ? '188 ,\: \ .


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This will be an Exposition of Pomological, Horticultural and Agricultural products of Florida, and her soils, timbers? oods, mineral* and live:! stock, and in addition articles
!t nd products of general interest from all States and countries. Entry is open to the world for the display of its products. No charge for entries nor "upaco for the products or.,,*:'
. lanufactures of Floiida. .
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The United States Experimental Station for improvement and development of products indigenous to this section has! been located contiguous to our exposition! ground, "
l afWe invite exhibits of all descriptions, particularly those! pertaining to the arts, mechanics and'agriculturo: guaranteeing uniform courtesy to all

:d, / CASH PREMIUM LIST, $3,500. exhibitors.'y, t r, ,',

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,,.III_ GEO. W. WILSON, President. \V 3f. FOX, First Vice-President DK.;II. KNIGHT\ Second VIce-President ,

r C.W..1PBELL, SK., General Manager.: G. S. MAYO, Treasurer J. O. CLAKKK, S.', '

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!I mnc FiI t! J! !!,-naI Bank Tile 'lercl\ants'\ National Bank{ Anti Monol\Oly-TIIK-\ Drug:" w

Ocala, Vloridll.a4 EOF OCAII4AEENO. { ; -ANDSEED -- ,

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:"IK No Second Place ,
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*i tui\ Up Capital, j' Authorized Capital, SURPLUS, :M r o.oo '

50000. $150,000. CO1111111f1ESS' OP STOCK .<

K.W.AGNEW Prei. IfPi k \V.II.COUCII.V.I'rei 0FF1CFht14 I Quality of Goods! und Low Price. '
..----............... 1 "',' .................."..."..... JNO. F. DCNX, l'r' itlt'F L
1 t+ VicePrtriiltnl.R.. B. MtCosKKLL: Cri.hier joisisii i t. k

I -o- i: 1. rlLocated
Being now established in our new and tlegard Bank building ve art j>rfjt I talltfaeiion to all.Gmtf'al -< next duor to rimN aUonall|iB.ok4!?
; anti told. am 1141 "
Banting business& transacted Exchange bought

>4 f:. SURPLUS. 7000.00 t 4.

.' One of the finest and beat equipped banking: houses in the State owned by the a
t bank. We have special facilities for making; Collections on all accessible points. -orHARDWARE-
*, We will extend every courtesy and favor to our customers consistent with safe ,
:'; oanking,'and shall give prompt and careful attention to all business entrusted to us
"'*. i We so ,..t your BANK ACCOUNT and all business In our line, and .F.DUNK, F-DISMUKES; ,
; guarantee entire satisfaction. CHAS.RIIEINAUER' J.A. EINSTEIN, ,

:: Importers" & Traders National Bank, New York, N.Y.; (loll, OUTS, lnS 4

; outhern Bank of Georgia Savannah.

'..,,?eaer9'Special Correspondents in all important cities in the West.iijfHE CORRElPO..DEN7.':::: -AT-
yational Park Bank o; New> York. Mavtnr Motional Bank of Boston
national Bank of Savannah atorpia.nwl A. E. DELOUST.
:i: MONTEZUMAMain } Louisville Banking Company, LouitvilU, Ky SmU-M

Street, Ocala, Fla. *
\ Jewelry Store -Drug Line- \ .'.

NNN............../.I ....... ..'../. /..,..... .... ........1..11..1111 L..IIL..NE Shines replete with everything in -0-. HEADQUARTERS ;,
:The Hotel .or..ih City5E: his line. Call and examine I I -FOR- )
--...-.....-..................-.111.111.....-..........................-...............-....- for yourself. I I0 THE PLACE TOCFINDJTHElIS : : J[ PIANOSA ,

.NNNN.N.NN/.NN.N11.1.1.111111./NN1111..11.1.NN1N.111. 1NN.IN.N N.MI..N/NN .AKD- .. .
Strings for Muslca Instrument a DR DELOUEST nary room, > Hot and cold bathi. Co'nrnodiotu tampUl'troomf for Cowdeni Specialty.
'***-' ':95 rtomt. Nm brick house and nev furnitvrt. All Work on repair of Clock and] Watche WEST SiDilSaPA .)- Musical Instrnments 1/I
UCALA s t t | t I'LORIDJIIua ,
I ED J P,HALL Lass,Jan.I, 1S$3. 29dw Rhelnau ca1.... or's Old Stand. IS.aa OCALA PLA 'fr

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lnil8ub orlptlon-Rates. HM 1ceSiielot

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Advertising Rates "
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f r; lye. 6m. 1 18 m ,i1m.11rrklonce/ So. Lake Weir Ilk
Dma t 11O : Fnpit10pr1 T
A 11007& 100 50 l.O., C'O 500 1 Mro ,,

;' Inches I I50 I I IS / 17:00 I) :1 g'M 175 xg Sixteen miles south of Ocala

l Ik :: g I -'l- : high bluff overlooking the Wall

Locale IIne.- of "Beautiful Lake !
10 cent!! per Weir "' ]
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:.further Information apply] at office> or 'i: HCKS MEETS ALL TRAINS|

C. L. BITTIXGER, ." 'r't

t =--- Business Manager' Fine Ise' ating, Sailing, Gu .
and Fishing.
,. WANTED competent sawyer to take
charge of a saw mill. One w ho is a good Transient Rates $2.00 to $?1 '; pu
sawyer and can run planers! and other
wood working machinery Voincampe-: Day Weekly Rates $tO.Oif/and

tent person need apply .\IJrt'I'), !s. Upwards accordiag to Location .,
f 19aprltd2tn* Hn fnell Fla. of Rooms,

/ Address:
r City Ta\e.
Mr. Frank tadson,I i i il'l ready) to receiver !\
1 your city taxes. If not paid' by the 30th tO Late of Park Avenue Hotel New York,and"la.r.
of April, book will! (be closed l and the ton House, Niagara Falls.

delinquent list admtNed,BO call around.
Opon Ah Year.WEIHE.
AttcntionOcata I Hiflos!

After this day and) during April, meet --- -

.x ings will be held, on all Tuesdays and
-II Thursdays. Your: attendance is requested.

.. ., ;. 111)G.. A. NAMI, Captain.
t; ; V. April 12ap

,ar : Magnolia Nursery.- k D -LEADS IN TIIE-- ..

bet Itft& The tin'tlt anti t f trees for the )least money, to be had of

cter, V4 r A%ras wSfebtd._ J.W.&F.Dellevlew,1o'la.SINCLAIR D. 'Y AITE,. Woli\\ Clock, 1 tin\\ !

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dty .

t Repairing a Specialty !

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Try C.... Pairand be Convinced of their LAND

t Wearing Qnalitiea.e t TITLES! F t t1 ;


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Lace Leather, Cut to any Size or Shape J ABSTRACT COMPANY.

oIr, Wanted. / I


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atuI.. r Of all kinds in Stock. OFFICE : !.;

ati Sfeb : : OCALA Horn.,..yrEa ,


t milE U DER.8IGNED HAVE THIS UNDER ( rendered by l Ion. J J. Fin 1.1.. .
{? lorlated Chem elve U ether ender the general Icy. Judge of the Circuit I Court In and for Marioncounty ;
Incorporata laws, of the State of of Florida..Oermanla a. abat' Florida, on the; 'Jhth day of March, A. D. I B. RIDHARDSONJhc
corporateunder the name lacy InaCAUM wherein CLAKA WALLACE
tnt 8ocfety. The place of ba.lne of said Florida.IOCletyll The rf. d.. are complainants, and O I fo'A). U. DAVIS, rtaL -THE-J V. ,
thulty of Ocala, 1. Marlon county CranllacUd II are defendant. Inthlrh decree 1 wa. anpointed l
general net re or the btrrinew to be Special M anler.l: will offer for sale I at puMlc
furnish meals I Finest
f0 to keen a restaurant the public wherein; M to keep a reading I I outcry at the court house door in Ocala, Florida, LeadingHotel of the City Livery in the City :\,; .
and lodgings acoomtxiation to of the memben or the to the highest bidder for cash on ,
at aoctety room for and the their iaritsd guests, and provide for MONDAY; MAY SF!/, A. D. lS,9. 0LEADING \,
w them such amusementt and entertanmauu u the following described property, to-wlt: One
be IawfW. The amount of the capital stock aw mill complete; one boiler, one engine and -AND- SALES STABLE j,
autnorlted may: ii one thousand dollars t ten per cent two circular\ mill MW. now located and operating
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of which Is to be paid before Cbe' commence. at Rock Spring., Marion county, Fla. Sold to
en went:01 bunnel' and the balance la such stems satisfy said final decree a
tad and at such times &I:the director shall order.of FOKKEST L. ROBERTSON.Jno. !' UNSURPASSED IN APPOINTMENTS TO ANY IN THE STATE!
r The corporation to commence on the flllny G. RiARnoN, hpuclal Master.Complainant. .
: the offices of the
these articles of Incorporation In Bol'r 4april30d GEORGE McKAY
Marlon ,
i of the Circuit Court for
t Clerk
the Secretary of State M directed by -
and '
i. law and terminate at th expiration of twenty SIlEJUI"F' SAJ.E. I ARCHITECT AND.. BUILDER, ',
: of
; direct ors alt
Klub cindurtld by gre and VIRTUE OF AN EXECUTION ISSUED
t R' and Toeaaurer, who shall I*elec- BY Repainted Inside DESIGNS AND :ESTIMATESPurnUhed
dent Secretary of the circuit court In and lor Marlou and Out I
after the
In ted on nrrtMonda/ I u each )abate county Florida, bearing\ the date of March 21st, -
tot election, which. drrt election I be held A. !>.. IW. wherein T. J. MYblU and U. A. .on.f AppUcatlon-
Immediately upon the loin of these nt.r'r'' in WKLLEY, In -
t partnersdolnEbusiness! ANIREFITTED oOFntzgemDegca ----
indebiedner tl
ea the Clerk's of tC The ht eat name of MYKKS A DWELLEY.' rand
liability to wblC i the Mncletr ran at anytime MCIJAIlAliAN. IIdmflllltratorof
or : WILLIAM E. : : Orange and 9uxthd.
k sub{g11d1OKFI IN hundred II X.M'it the estate of A. K WHITE. decked, i. de t;
fendant. hare levied upon and will ell at pub OCALA .
r JACOB 1IEINZKN JOJ1'i; tV. MASON, lie outcry to the highest bidder fur cash, It the THOROUGHLY WITH ELEGANT FURNITURE FLORID
Apr19W2t 1tElyZEN court house door In Ocala, Marion county KlJ "i, LAS18SI. ;
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: r da, ou
XOXDA }', MA r 6TU. I'W,
i JIOMESTKA" NOTICE. during the legal hour for sale, thef I I I. U
U. 8. LAND OFFICE.041J1PTlUIto eels I ol land and their appertenauce.; Marion; I BROKAW,
!t?=, FLA.. March 3D, K*9. county atoretald to-wlt.: 1'he lout hrut >irter
of northeast quarter of Motion tMentyy set iU2T<; ) -
VTOTICB 18 HER JlY GIVEN T11ATF FOG township>lxuen, <16)) nouth ol range twenty-two I-
towing named settler has stud notice of his (22k!> cut, and the southwest' quarter of northwest BEAUTIFUL LAWNS AND CROQUET GROUNDS THE MARION COUNTY NUB-
Intention to make final proof In .upj* rt of his quarter, and the cant half of northwest quarter I
claim and that said proof will I* made before leN twenty t'-trt acre on e..t side of M-ction
Wi R A. Miller Clerk of(bruit Court, at Ocala Fla. twenty-els (C.:*), of township sixteen Ui south of p SEKYMAN.I,
ran;* twenty-Iwo (' it east, hnlair'ing in j all one
Ans esa a 00 : TUURFDAY, MrtS, J$*>MOODof I hundred and: tony acrfn. Halt tuopcrty: being I -1-1OJ'nas
? mild to satisfy salt execution anal, mats April J: ,
1leldiereOFIa homesteadRentry 1U>13. for the 1W 9. E T. W1LLIA M.., Sherl iV.Jil. TO TUE PI7 LIO A FINE LINS
tds southeast Quarter ectwn 25, township 16 south D. !h'o uu.. Att'y for ITff. $apr30d '
19 eau .. .. .. ... Foa TUMs ApPLY TO : : : : : QE 0. D. OF NURSERY STOCK-QBAPBSPCIALITY.
v e Lange 'the following, to prove her ----- --- -- --- --'- DUY, D1ASAOSa

'# continuous bbe Dames residence upon and cultivation of :\I.STF.U'I.1I:. OCALA FLORIDA VINEs A .

1s'.i eald land, riskILWUliam. :Of Stockton. FU., Geo. O. Turner.F&1nlew. J I-TSDKR!: AND BY VIRTUE_OF 11'E FINALdeeiren.lered -1-
i ( &. T.,J. Uendcwon, T O.FORKCL08U11K "r l1.Ue1dtme. \j ty toe lion J. J. Pulley,. ScoSlM djan152m
l na. 8.C. Tl'l'KKR.aprCI I Judge of the rlfth Ciit-ult Viurt of Florida for -- ADDRB Antl:'.)uyjfa.
: Register.Y'rIRTUE Marlon county,on th" 4th dy ol April. lv.a..10 --"
6t I the rlLUJle wherein TA1.1UTTA SONS are com ::;:: HARNETT HOUSE
:::::: llilner
it ,-- ; dalnsnta.n4RENJAMINF.EARLY: I.thll de- Hllinery !
\14E. fen<1ant. wherein I w' asp whited sv('i.l muter, ;
I have levlvd I ui'ou and Hill ortor for tale at pub- -HERE I AM-

OFA D CiiEEOI' TJlKCIRC'l'ITJour1ln lie 1I1a.outcry, un the before the Court House door in (k'aia, -1- ............ ............."......... ...... .
, ( and for Marion county. I'I0rl"'a.1'\0 In l'han. I Til PAY OF Jl.. !'. lee, LEADING POPULAR HOTEL OF- : Our |Mlllmer' home adainI "t'.......Ogerlne'to i the i publictGe dose "f
,line;; r'
t 4 rety eyed;, whereto In a oert&iD ELMORE( A call8, HABH.therein and is((';pending XI'JL! Co the highest i>roirty bidder; Ten for rub acre, of the laud fo'lowfriR more dencrlbed or- : ...... .................... ....... ....... .......................(....... .. : "FLORIDA.....-.............'MOO,...M....................'.

CRO'KLrrT }). eopartnen UD' lets cleared nud fenced,a I lilt house,well of water i Jys FROM THE i
4:N t / der LlAMSON firm Dame aDd of tJ.Willlamsar,pedal! master ok Dt'nrar.t.appointed ate' df'ofendanta. by lion and orange three, tree northwest nursery quarter ou same of, situated the uorltmetit in nx> SAVANNAH, GEORGIA. i ..... With....a.Full............... ... .. ...... ..................... 1: CURIOSITIES,

i said court. I NDO..VDA will as JlA Y IT!!. 1&019. q,'arter east In townkhlp: coiumenclnc thirteen at,pot south amore, range of tw said uytwo -1-1'i .....................................................and..,..........Complete...,...........................Stock.........of...................... AND STATIONERY.FANCY GOODS
? court house door in Ocala Fla. section one hundred and of the -
rk In within front the or the laanndobbest budder the cub fo11o"In, railroad thence, thence Mat two along XJwat'the railroad six yard, 7'R (; iTS"AN'D"Bii'wl TINE MILLI\TLI Y. -
south to .
.to the pot ..-... ......-........
dtuaWd In Marion hence went two hundred and thirty-eight yards =: OFFICE
a1 plOpe" =:X: Ererythina SUPPLIES
I tauhind.ddl'rtbed r'ar 10 mDC thereof &I mar be luf.Ac.n& to line of Major Johnuon' thence north to placeof --- : :F1ruLliw-: : ::::::::::: : AT LOWEST; PRICES.
county -
decree eee and commencing two hundred and sixty yarda -
toankhty said cl udngn o-<>GOODS ..... .
a balf Maid tract of land quarter of OCARANTEED.o-o,
OOMI quanerohectioDe1ab&&0-.1'1 The eou l t01lrDablp 17, south. northwest quart*r of northwest quarter section ArteaUn Well Rater Btwet Can to all Depot i:.:......' i Line oiudiii i'i'
... y t.elna sold tbl't'e. lowuahl thirteen, south range twenty .....-
1 range, Cwent1oU1ree.dcre eel SaiddPrope" two east, being altuated In Marion county, Florida -1- H001= LATEST
saw 8
to snooty '. O..1'L oBJ 'N. *%*>al If artcr. bald property to t* sold I to satisfy said dere = Nashlhtord's : NOVELS
U. L AKitRSOS bowpf/ WWW. *. 1'. L. ROBE1t1 ON. RATES REDUCED TO ta PER DAY. .... ......-..... _.. _
{ 6AprU4t ],a. REARDON Com. 8oL SpecUl Muter. ltasktL ---. anl1And -
Old etaad. Pub11e ........'w.".,., ........

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