The Ocala banner
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Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala daily banner
Daily banner
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Banner Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Ocala Marion County Fla
Creation Date: January 18, 1889
Publication Date: 1883-
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
daily (except sunday)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 17, no. 12 (Aug. 25, 1883)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for 1884 later called new ser. vol. 2.
General Note: Editors: T.W. Harris, F.E. Harris, C.L. Bittinger.
General Note: Description based on: New ser., vol. 2, no. 14 (Dec. 1, 1883).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Increase In the .\1rN"lfttr"ctht'l .
The convention MRS called to order)' List.
the President! and the committee on CITY OFFICERS, \-
credential made their I't"l>ort. The Hoard of Directors meet last night M faror-l1r. 11\<*, I' Gary .
and to tin already attractive and unitelive ('KTk-8 A. Ihiiuwk, .
The permanent organization was 11U'\.l-4'('. 11:. Hull, .'
.. ,. r -" effected by electing the following officers: premium list the sum of HV), and ('ollt .tnr--F, I', .niUin.,.. '1' ,
tb Rev W. N. ) President : Rev. a beautiful cold medal for the militia. Forth A*nMif-li. K Mrlvrr, "
II. M. King, Vice\ I'rseislent ; Rev. N. A. (' best appearing and best drilled company Trf/ urer-U. k. MKMtlen.I"rv .
ti\itorVnnrll F. r
Bailey" "Sei-retaiy ; Rev. Paul Willis, Assistant I. $300, Pwoml best, *150. Best ilnsrt of A"'I'rmt'n-J" -Jno..'. In OB unn.h. w Agnew, t
Secretary.The drilled soldier' a splendid gold medal, J. T I.aneaater I John A Rowers ti. stoat k.G.
President elect in appropriate valued at ?25. Competition is open to mlih.i : II VV' C'liMxlliT: : I. Ilmn ulli tt'. U.: Mar-,. t

words thanked the convention for calling any military organization in the State.Th'e MlHllnit rr tn\tlf'rtor' VV T. King t
days net for the drill and competition I.
him such .
ir to a responsible position COUNTY OFFICERS
will U March 5th and 6th.\ The
then Invited to >i
; Visiling.Baptists were CVninty Jiul p-iirhr: McCVmnllij-
1'1111O1f rE.EEYF
.I > ri I f"ilk #i seats with the body, and' in addition to grounds will U Mwdn>t.t and (placed (IIeX.t'lll'ut County\ (CU-rV-) ;' A. MillerSheriff m
condition frr evolution and -R.: T \VlllUnu.AtwwxirJ )1 tl
those in attendance at the Pastor's Conference -
work in that line. On :March Oth there C, Mathews.
Rev. E. P. of St. Paul ,
Savage, I ('ollt'etor-11.1' Hnroiiim, (
:Minn., responded in a few well chosen will be enacted upon the Exposition TreaMUrrr--s. R 1'Tlro.'
orda. a gritted sham battle, which will u urp.rintcndent I or I'xibllc: IniUuciion-M. 1. r

Dr. ,\. K.: Iifkenon, editor of the He Kcmndt of the stirring scenes of the runny rujrno" MfiuliiKton'ounty (''niiinlM.ioui'r: -11. VV. IX>HK, W. P.
liijloui Jltraltl, Ukh mon(1. Va., made a that will be witnessed during ox] Major I Lancaster will have: chargeof llnmoon! ,
4 most happy speerh in reference' to the
The ('nnlll J l Cominl-oloiif, meet the first Mou- y
the There will also
% 'ui'list M UIUM and his own paper. military prop-am. dad In every iinnitJirhm.l t#
'ihe Pastor of the Ocala Baptist church be good slzc'u r.u>h premium for the Ilonnl-K K:. Iliurli.!? !! T Wartmunn, 1
best display of Florida grown lobacco M.I 8, Mwr. A. K ,drlrlln.\ : I'. I.. Ixirlmw.hrhixil i J w
--- -- .. .-- ._ ._ _. __ __ u made an excellent adclrw"!' of welcome. and matte of the domestic Ioerd meets ant:Momtay' every month.
lie referred to time large increase of his cigars )grown

WILL 0/&V :.t T OVA LA, FLA., JANUARY Mth, lS, 9. church and also tu tjivfrrowth and proseiify weed Mr. Geo. W Wil-on handsome president of I'refMent COUNTY 1 r.HOARD T I'. Garym' OF HEALTH. i

|> of Ocala since tile convention met the exjfisition,oilers A money Sfcrunry-C'iipl? M It. Kt,ImnUu.Mention .
<-- -- ---- -- for the best di) ,
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in t this city seven years I\ ;O. prize art i&l'la1'hl'! Ol -llr. I U. A. "smith Antimony Momtri.
BUDGET OF HOME NEWSC. Miss Katie Payne, daughter of our The President requested Rev. Paul ). is ojjen' to all. Let the net of 11. e. Multi anti 1>. II Ir\lll,
county school superintendent, who has Willis, of Brooksville, to respond in behalf comj>etition begin. ,Ml prizes are BOARD OK TRADE. i
been visiting the Miss Bells, will lease of the bod)'. :Mr.Willis': response worth striving for. I'lVklilrtit! I'. Ptinn
for home - ---- 1'Iee1'retidrut-. \\tntlicri..
L..BITTINGER, City Editor. today.Mr. was timely and! to the point.
Sl'lTOtHMfVnl. Fox
---- Kev N. A. Hailey then spoke of the The Moiiteziiinn Hotel Sold. !Itnlrnt OfO""flllln-A. I', Man Jr. O. Klieln-

For correct time go to Weihe'a. Ben Snook, one of the thrifty and wonderful growth: of the convention, Mr. James A. Hams, the king in Flor slier, Jno. K. luinn:: J. II I IW lavingstom.{ U. A,
nergetic orange growers, of South Lake r.ml read a request!! of tho Orlando Baptist ida's II 'siteriaggardens, has: dis|>osed of WeHthcri. Win. Fox mid 8 M
Courtney receives fresh fish daily., Weir, rame up to see the sghts of the church, for tilt body to assemble\ this valuable property to 31r.C. :M. Blown AND LOAN, ASSOCIA- t}

county metropolis.Mr. there next year.Invitations a worthy c'o.uljutator in I he orange industry TION.
WedgewoodocciKarat Saunders Try it.Don't for the next convention in tins and neighboring c-onnties. 1'rH.I.UTit n. Wllmer.Vice .
Tniilile.it-; l. lielouoiit.
11. It. Gwathney, of the Watt were also extended by the :Monticello Mr. Brown seems to have a love and affection Strteiary anil Tniu>ur\T,- Louis Fox i
forget Wilson's gilded minstrels flow company, Richmond, Va., who church, and the Lake City and Lees- for hotel property in Ocala, so )Ihtanl,lot Mrrtton J. T, Ijnionnh-r I a Rte
to-night. will make an exposition of their waresat burg churches Remarks mere made by strong that a desire and longing to |HJHsess nheni.ZAchariM I I. Hruwn ant It., M A,, .lturfur Kluhpl A. 1".. IHilouekl, U. I).

Drop into Weihe'a and regulate your the Semi-Tropical, made us a pleasant the pastors of those churches urging) same in the 'growing and prosperous OCALA RIFLES. f

timepieces.Did business call to-day. their respective t.lu- Such The convention then adjourned till 7 scarcely been two years ago since he was Flat Ueuteiianl-U. N. McCxmnell.Hcroiiil .
it rain last evening ? Ask our respected disreputable acts as the colored Llcutcnant-,I'! K Wllllaiiu,
(females indulged in thin morning in fI .m. a part owner of the Ocala 11 use, which Forty Monition.h'lRE I : ; :. .
Baptist brethren.. front of the BANNER office is a disgrace EVENING: SESSION.!! interest he disposed! of to Mr. Jas. A. .
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After devotional exercises the following Harris. Being an old and successful ,
direct from oa civilized community. Where wan .
Weihe receives
tri-weekly 'hll'I-T U latu-iuter, '
business transacted boniface himself (in which calling he laid .
Washington the correct time. the police ? was : Foretnsn-Mwrlce Khclnitutr.
The President appointed the special the stepping stones to his present competency First IIHtan&-IA'lItl. II.

The Montezuma is BO full of patron The street parade of the Wilson min.strels committees: to report on the followingsubjects it is not at all surprising that he ffcon.l ANnUUhl---J. II, Alalielt.!U. ManhalLHocrtmry
that the rule is "double up." this noon was very fine and the : On periodicals, education, haM a fondness fur such valuable and desirable Tweutyave; utembrn. t I'

music discoursed was superb. If their temperance, home missions, foreign missions property, which the Montezuma HOOK AND LADDER COMPANY
Mrs Col. Mabry of Leesburg came up acting is as good as their music a grand woman's mission work, deceased surely is. Price paid w as $40.000. Irc IJnt-Ai>r"m Palmer i

this morning and is an interested spectator treat is in store for the amusement-loving ministers, Sunday schools, church build- Foreman-alike llrutt. v '.:
Send Them A IUIIAr.To Assistant-Wrils1lchanl*tw. \
at the convention. public to-night. ing atll\.1\ nominations.A Twenty members.LULULA .

Nothing like seeing Wilson's gilded The Hotel 1 Marion made its formal to prepare special committee resolutions was on also the appointed death of the People of Marion and Surrounding LODGE NO. aa, I. O. 0,1"* 'iii,

minstrels, to drive away the effects of opening fornhe season of 1889 under the Dr. James I' Boyce,Jate President of the Cbuhtitt/ : (Meet every Tuewliy '''"1111.1]
too much moisture. able management of Mr. Dwight Arnold 8. B. Theological Seminary,of Louisville, The Florida International and SemiTropical W. II. (rtmllU N. c).
who, though a young man, has hadmany Exposition building will be w All. M.visiting riillllr brothers,*, Hecrctury.cordially lurltod. ,
The Wilson minstrels registered twen- years experience in conducting Ky.The State Board of Mission was ready\ to receive your exhibits on the
appointed OCALA CHAPTER NO. A.
R. M.
ty-seven strong today, at the Monte large sea-side hotol The register and Ocala selected as the place 20th inst. The opiortunity I is, now for 13,
Ocala' ( No. IS, R. A. M. (Convocation
showed fifteen regular boarders make of the exhibit 'banter
zuma. ___ of holding its regular meetings.It you to one grandest Brit Monday IIllIhtln every month.
Paul Willis of Brooksville whois I was decided to ho'.d! the next convention of the productiveness and resources of a .: n. W. I.oso,1t. r. r
Mr. Daniel Thompson, of New York Monticello.: grand country ever !presented. All matter J. R. Fiuzc, Hecrctary.
attending the cou vent ion, dropped in : state who has been spending a numberof .
General will be
directed to earn Manager -
Adjourned to meet at {0} a. m. to-morrow. .
to see the BANNER folks. ; winters in Florida, with headquartersat carefully attended to. Please be prompt

)lr. Raford Hood, of Oxford, and Fernandina, came Ocala in has to made see the since wonderful he The contention FRIDAY MORNING reassembled in shipment and explicit in direction. 1
progress at 9 Yours, CIIA W. CAMPBELL, If.. BENJAMIN ill 1 FOX
brother of Dr. E. C. Hood, is in town to-
inspected her last season. lie said they o'clock, and one half hour was spent in General Manager
day attending the convention.The were highly gratifying and too much devotional exercise The secretary then

lion A. P. Baskin of Anthony praise could not be awarded. us.. read the minutes of yesterdays' proceedings Mcssr !Snowden: A McFarlane[ secured'
of - -- which were approved. The tnvita- the )' to supply the Ex.l --- -
recommended speaker
is Mr. M. Seigle Evanville; Ind., who non to visit brethren wan accepted' by l position building with 4,500 opera house
the Florida House of Representatives.Hon.
paid Ocala a visit last winter, was so Brother Griffith, D. U., of the American chairs

.II. W. Long, of Marion county, surroundings favorably impressed that he returned with ns last and our Baptist Publication Society, Philadelphia Woman The Holidays are Past I
elected Grand Master of the orderat evening and wife.
a late meeting of the Grand Lodgeof and brought with him two of his fel Rev. W. Chandom, corresponding Is the enchantressthatchanges worth --- .-.---
Masons in Jacksonville. low townsmen Messrs. Geo. A. Klenck secretary of the State Board Missions, lowi> thing to joy, and makes royal kltn s,
and Jno. Schymet, to take a critical lookat then read the eight annual report of the and queens of common clay. She' ill TIII: iiimn in. oviit.: ?
Messrs. gangster and Chipman of Citra, us, and if as favorably impressed with Board. While the work of Missionswas the perfume ot that wonderous 'flower( of

the owners of a magnificent productive what they will see, as Mr. Seigle has considerable hindered by the fever the heart, called) love, and without her

grove of that superior orange region: been, will nuke investment. in Marion scourge, yet there has been progress, sacred passion, her divine sorrow, we
were in town yesterday. We are pleased county ,soil.Superintendent. both spiritually and financially.Mr. are less than beasts' ; but with It earth i.i Wo have settled down to strict buailH'HH \,

to note they took $100 worth of ChaU'lom also read the report of heaven and we are gods. illld bUHltlCHH
stock in the SemiTropical.Mr. Payne came in from Mrs. I.. B. Telford, Corresponding Secretary W. D. COSIK WO Jllfllll
-- --- < --- Silver Springs Park last night to get of Woman's Mission Work. Two of in what we iwiy,
James A. Harris, of Citra, is inS out of the wet," as he expresses it. He the earnest workers of the Ladies Mission Monopoly.The .

town and began the shipment of orange visited their school yesterday and reports Society Mr*. Palmer, of Altoona, and Semi-Tropk-al: director awarded! ----
from his mother's (Mn. arah.A.> Harru) it in a Nourishing condition under Mrs. 11. B.Stevens, of Citra, have {Unwed to our friends of the IItl.loIIOl'ol drugstore
grove on Orange) avenue. It will yield the efficient guidance of Miss PrOl>ky. from earthly labor to heavenly rest.\ the exclusive pmilegu( / of selling, in -W\, have a Largo Stock ofwinter m

tully two thousand boxes. Anthony was also visited and he bring; The convention then prm-eedrd to Exposition; building during the show, :
from that favored' community and public take pledges for the mission! work of tobacco clears and everything, j>ertain-
Messrs. J. V. Burke and M. uyton.of school loving people, a most gratifying the ing to that line.
Bronson Fla. have rented rooms in present year, ami Doctor JL: A. 1 Dress[ Gooas S
Bank bund exhibit of the interest and seal they Dickenson made a lively "I>I'toe,1 on ;
the )Ierctanttl'Satlonal
evince in the cause of popular education.The the necessity of liberality. '1'1.total Court Calendar.

tag real and will open up an Ocala insurance is drawing and only thing to make us feel sad is to amount of.pledges wan 721.: '75, which' will Wash Jones, colored, charged with

estate bunine learn that Professor l-t-onard's impaired be increased 'before the body H"Ij -urns. stealing domestic animal, acquitted.Fred .
business men from all sections. health comJellellltlm, to relinquish the Dr. ft. Griffith, of Philadelphia. addressed Marion, colored, arson, twenty
The counter is being pout| in positionin principalfthip.{ We trust the new Incum- the body in thy interest of )'E'ar.ln the penitentiary. Emery Nelson Such RK Flaunelrt, CaHhniQros, HenriettaH -

the new Merchant National Bank, bent, Mr. ChUholm, will be equally successful the Publication Society.; stealing good( one year in |<-ni- Allx'troH, etc., colored -
and it is truly a beautiful piece of work in developing the intellectualfield. lie the fact that the society bu- tentlary. and black.
The furnishings longs to the Baptist denomination, not
manship and a work of art. Tine block for Salr.
of this institution when completed THE DAILY BANNER received pleasant to the Northern more than the Southern ..
of the Baptist About twenty-eight millions Car load of horse and mule and very
will for surpass anything call last evening from Captain Peter N.
kind in the tate. Sprague, of Boston, who will tarry in of the society' publication are annually fine Jersey cattle, to be old cheap for -We will offer these good*-
the Land of Flowers till May, absorb inspiration sent out, and not lea than ten million cash at Uoot'.lIvery. sable. jalstfIf /
The arrival to-day of meats and vege- from our genial skies, inhale are used in the Southern States. That -- --- .

tables for P. B. Pukesat the city market, health and strength" from the ozone all the remarks of Dr. Griffith were appreciated you want your furniture repaired, 1r"Om" .irIfDJIlTJr.1 1r1i
Irtliahed upholstered or recovering
-nsion, chick- was evidenced by a rising vote of ( you
was Florida pork
beefs around him, because saturated with the
done in
can have it (good shape by ad!
thank of the
and while the west body.
eggs, glories of our climate and enthused
stall fed beef, mutton, tongue H. II. with the grand possibilities in store for B Rev. N. A.. Bailey In very appropriate dressing with 11.11.P.O.Box cheese bologna sausage; hand made us (which all do who remain long term, presented a peculiarly carved lid 2td-
eaugage, pickled pigs feet and tripe, was enough to properly Inej-ect and familiarize gavel I. of native orange wood,to the 1'ft...- ___ ,
part of the invoice Fresh turnips beets themselves with what Florida really lent of the convention. By request of
I and carrot,cabbage,irwn potatoes, sweet i
| potatoes and onions tu abundance. and gifted pen of the gallant Captainwill revpoused. Magnolia litrt"et. Miller block, Ocala,
faithfully and truthfully chroniclein Dr.. Eo C. Hood announced that the ha a complete tock of CIGAR, TOBA((T>. nun HI'Itl.VO TI&Iy ))-:,
We notice by a late paper from Flagstaff the columns of the Boston Sunday member of the convention were invited rim CONFECTIONARY, ,AC, Also Agentfor '
I Arizona, that our old friend, Mr. Globe and Boston Trattlkr UiDitham and to visit the Exposition building nEY OLI>'8 WOOl wjanl71rn ------ --
1 Horace 11. Fiuher.one! of the former typostaff' After an adjournment the member of
Attleboro Mara., journals which he has :We will i positively Mil these goodaoff
I of the BANNER, has changed his the bon to jeprtent. Captain 8. |III the convention gathered! In front of the R. E. YOXGK A C).. The Ocala Plum- at what for them .
we can get
[mind the of matrimony and church and Prof. ) ,
subject Colby photographedthe
the commanding officer of the Tiger ber ('all and examine their fine stock
[ and the first to select
taken the missing rib in the person of avery sene.
Veteran Association of Boston one of and get good work at reasonable price "
I iharmiug young lady of that faraway the noted military organization of the ____ F d 31declm have the benefit of the .,.:

country to ui I. bed" and board u Hub, who in a body escorted him to the The director of the Seml --14ugeVariety.-1:
-TropIcal held
he Mr all The Rest
H. II. Fisher. The boys vessel Grocery, Magnolia street, U
on he tailed for Florida.
a meeting
yent rdajr afternoon, andoomplett'd
fctout back their congratulation, in the pwto bnf yoar groceriecH.
The ha
CaptaIn taken Hotel
*'hick the DAILY BAKKCB join. rooms at arrangement for grand open ZACIIAJUAI, Proprietor
Marion, Silver Spring Park. Ing.
d 31 d eem J3} JAhtfl l i FOX.

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i :- I Another Substantial---Improvement ti.jt. LRNCRSTER Drug Line-

re ,' ,F. pc. UARRIS. Editor. to Ocala. ..

-- ..=::-.''= 'T- ---.. Mr. C. II. Campbell, the affable, mat -0- ,
:OCALA FLA. Zing and popular eujierintendenf of the
r _____ ._'H _, ___ O'allWater Company, afforded our rt"- TIlE PLACE TO FIND
porter a pleasant tour of Inspection
through the water works ve"terday and AT-

we found everything, as. a !lady exprtKHedler General Land AgentCtORANGEirGROVESn DELOUEST
admiration of them, "neat as a .pin" DR. ,
pkfl TIIt.'njline room is' kept, all clean and
tidy as the most faotidoun lady could! wish &II' -(
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and evidence is manifest' r>n
IT "parlor I OCALA i J I I I I FLORIDA3m
every side' that the company I believes!
'tlcanlines I U next to Godliness," and itIt 31-SS!
their purjiose{ to pjmre no effort in furlisliiiu ( )) ""

1J' water.;. our citizens with wholesome

: strangers visiting the city are impressed S.R.BIRDSEY&CO.
with Ocala'n metropolitan appearance ,
and nothing attracts their

, f.j. j Watereon'a fltractlona.- attention establishment to this of.the fact water more works.than The the Hammock & Pine LandsIN -0-

t \ In his speech In Loulnvllle on Jackson's Day watery veins, incased in iron permeating Wholesale & Retail
r. Henry Watterson availed. the principle of Civil abundant ----- -- -
through the city, carry an supply -
t 'fl' ; Service Reform "The iwys In the trenches who I
of water into the households of ---DEALERS INartvafoce1S--
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l.r are enough &O"IM.ld brilliantly erratic pure
\ editor,"are fit' enough to hold the office, If they our citizens, and giving a comfort and Marion Lake Sumter Citrus Hernando Polk .
t, can get them i and I hope never to see the day convenience to the numerous patrons a
when they have only an abstract Interest In elections ,
Ii. who it decided advantage over
t. ." use a
r which the those howling to the"old oaken bucket. { \ !
Replying to World
" \ expressour Pascoe and
" views exactly. It Our country cousins need not 8tOto Orange Hillsborough.
\ says;
'. 't drink at the branch or from a mud holey ,
Are the offices then the only concrete thins; In -0-
,. politics Is over-taxation to the ut of f luuOoo.ooo ,- > the wayside, as handsome drinking -
:year an "abstraction: T" ere: system of fountains are provided for man and beast OCAL1 I I 1 FLORIDA8m
." revenue which places the burden of the Uovern- upon the public square, and our worthy 81-88
r ment upon the necessaries of the people Using LARGE BODIES OF LANDS !
aldermen In their wisdom in
1.. .," .\ the need ef the poor more heavily than the Inuries *- accepting
:7: '1''" ot the rich an abstraction"7"' Is the filtering the water works on December 7th,
t..' of trusts and the protection of monopolist thereby extended an invitation to the

i ; by" boys law In something the trenches which?' does Are not free<< and honest thirsty way fare. bo he man, horse, dogor SUITABLE FOR COLONIES, FOR FRUIT AND VEGETABLE -ATDI. --
elections, which register the nnpurrhased will of cat, to drink freely at the fount never
the people Instead ol the selfish wish of boodle- ceasing in its flow of cooling water. GROWING.
furnished plutocrats and corrupt politicians, not At the station located the
LP! worth contending; for T pumping are
Mr. Wattennn lakes a low view of Republican xjwerful pumice which force the water
Parties Desiring to Place Loans at 10 Per Cent. Interest
1' institutions, and of politic In representing I thepostoffice nto the mains under great presure, It>ad.
t k dispensed as by the twwntlsl louses and thing officialpatronagemongers In a log to the tire hydrants, and also into Net to Them Will Receive Special Attention. FisneI'sCan a

t. Itomocracy. It is principle alone that are worth the tank upon the tower that is of ant n
contending for. It Is Ideas that should Interest Fdent attitude to project water by natural --
/ r alike the leaden the field and "the inC
1; the trenches."; boys gravity or tank pressure, incase of a conflagration MAPS OF MARION CO. SENT ON RECEIPT OF TEN STAMPS .

) O'er.th. !, loftiest! building. in
: FLORIDA'S VACANT OFFICK8. the; city, from the bountiful supply keptIn
I \ ff the tank And when at miunleht we
I" .:.. Present incumbents Hold Over Till are sweetly slumbering und the flames be found one of the

(I : .... Their Succe..o."lIall.. .#... are threatening to envelope us, oar fleet BARGAINSA
f' ,,11' .. footed firemen will find!, figuratively
t ; t. l:... TALLAIIABHKE. FLA., Jan. 16.-Governor speaking in.a literal l sense, the motto of
; t I Fleming un Saturday asked the supreme water works hanging upon each hydrant Best assorted selected and
' :; ii' ". court for an opinion as to the mode of "always ready" to battle with the fiery number of choice lots in Smith's addition to Ocala, at a bargain. ,

1. P filling vacancies ,county olllces occurring element. The fact of having this safeprotection Four lots in Block on northeast corner of court house square, suitable for bus .
I l' A between general elections. To-day from fire is another step forward houses. Price $1050 each.
:'v th, court rendered opinion that county In the field of progressiveness, and >most desirable priced 0IK.
aht .. ,. offices become vacant when the per. ; back into the pocket of the policy One half block three squares north of court house, with dwelling and other improvements -

., sons elected to fill them do not qualify Buts who are insured against nre, a only $1600.
oil; in th ,8ixty days allowed by the constitution. reduction in the rate insurance.. Let a Splendid house and lot in Dunn's central addition_ to Ocala, well located Price

.I When vacant these otllces\ are stranger step. in to the office or engine $1000. '. Stock of Dry GoodsIn
to be filled by appointment by the Governor room of the Ocala Water Company, And many other very desirable city lots for either business houses or resilences -
tr until the noxt general election. where neatness and cleanliness is the ranging in prices from HOOTipwards.

h,, This being the law, there are scores of watchword, and see the glittering: steel A good farm of 145 acres near Reddick, 15 acres of good hammock land, 25
vacancies in county offices throughoutthe anti bra-was though the hand uCaj jeweler
ores are In cultivation. Price $10.00 per acre. 4 the city.
t (State Cl\hlM'C' the failure of >
by j er- had the touch and
placed resembling
A choice lot in Anthony well located for bnsinei. house will sell for
l ; ; sons elected to them to give bond a.. required !in appearance highly polished| foO.OO. d SI decjmWatcIlIt8Q
" by the constitution, all of which silver and gold he will be forcibly reminded Forty acres of good hammock land at Summerfield. 20 acres of which is cleared
vaeaneieawillbefliletl by (aovernorFlem that Ocala is a live city, driving fenced and set to orange trees from 2 to 3 years old. This will be sold at a sacrifice
r y, (ing's appointment. The }present incumbents ahead on the road of prosperity and for .2:>00. C
hold over until their successors are would l lit' a city in which to make a sage Several other fine groves and nurseries in the immediate vicinity of above will
qualified, under express provisions of the Investment. Visitors are cordially welcomed furnish an accurate description upon application.

ronstittlt on. Officers In every county ) and pleasantly entertained by the Several fine orange groves and wild lands on the famous Ocklawaha river at
In the State affected( l by this law and .
are ,
t These complete and handsome
manager. bargains, also large bodies of cypress timber lands on this river.
a large number of apj"ointments Mill works that stand second to none in
have to be made by Governor Fleming, America first dim equipment, were ::Acres on Orange Lake ; 10 acres in cultivation ; 1 acre grove just coming into

4L who will require giltedgilrecouitnendaUons built by tie Jeter A Itoanlman, Gad and tearing.! Good dwelling and other improvements. Price only $11,00.

w $ and will bit extremely: carefulto Water Association, of Macon! Georgia, a 240 Acres of pine land near Ilelleview. Price $S.OO per acre.
fill the vacancies with the best men firm composed of Soutnern capitalists of V fine grove of six acres at Citra; one half mile of railroad, all bearing and fine .Q 311 lt J15S3JJU!!
that can be found. Duval is not the only : the regenerated "new Sou'h" that have varieties. Produces about 600 boxes yearly. Price $6,500.

I ; county to feel the f'U't"'tAofthIIJrontltmc- built and manage numerous! waterworks A fine lemon and orange grove of 5 acres, ((10 in tract) at South Lake Weir ;: all -
of the law.
Lion 'gA and electric light plants In good condition. Price $2,000.

A Washington-correspondent narrates throughout now famous the*s Southern holding the States lead, and in the are Store at South Lake Weir,good\ point for doing a general mercantile business, : A Complete Stock ofGeuts' Pat
warehouse, batn stable cistern &c. Store well supplied with fixtures
Ac. t
1' the following incident: at one of Mrs."Whitney's construction of these specialties, and
Postortice doing a business of $250 a year. Write for terms. I
t gorgeous Jeffenwnian receptions. through their foresight enterprise and
i The Corean minister, who had business salacity have furnished Ocala 120 Acres,12acr..sln bearing o"eat So. Lake Weir, on shore.of the Lake,and Furnishing .
t never been in refined American society with one of the most valuable Improve- a variety of other fruit trees. Good house, bath room cellar closets, Ac. Good v
,' before was attended by Dr. Allen, his ments that marks her progress. barn and stable and a fine nursery of 20 acres Pric $10,000.) ........

The wives and daughters The property of the Ocala Water Coin- A fine tract of 972 acres in Coffee county, Tennessee, will exchange for Florida
;, t of officials were there in brilliant pha an ornament to the city, neatly property. Goods.

lanx. Said the prince: fenced an freshly (tainted and shows Some fine lands near Ft,Meade, Polk county ; will exchange for lands in Marion
a'.'.. Who KM all those women coming; InT Arethey the part of the owners in the .county..
the gemeng(dancing girls)), to give pleasureto interest they have in Ocala's welfare and
the muter of the hens and his friends these 120 Acres of land within three-quarters{ of a mile of Ocklawaha river and withinone READY MADE
MId the doctor "they are all thewire very naturally en. 50 of which Ii hammock
oh,no. mile of Silver Springs run acres virgin balance good
hancv the value of other In the
7, *and daughters of the otttoers of the army of property
land. If want this at once, will take $1200 for It.
pine you
and the government. They ate not sail city. The people are gla'u to be able to
"Then what are they doing here*' the show their appreciation by th& large 163 Acres excellent pine land, within 1 railed of Ocala, good well of water,small CLOTHINGTailoring

prl"They: are here by the Invitation of the matter patronage this company now enjoys and one-room house,about 5 acres cleared and fenced. Price $5 per acre. S

"' \hehoUH with the consent.of his wife. They which U fast increasing. 100 Acres best hammock land 60 acres cleared, balance in wood, 2} miles of
belong Ie the masters" of otb .r house who allow Belleview. Price 2500. Will sell this In 40-acre tracts at $30 per acre. This land -

t'Me0gtt! them" asked the prince I-I lick, ."..orlda.VlIl' has running water upon It and a splendid muck pond near that will afford very de. 1
""Oh'yt*,"said the doctor "You may look at e Trll'gNp,s Birabie fertilizer vegetables.. Department Unexcelled LankLank
them and speak to them." :2000 Acres land from two to three miles of Belleview; fifteen hundred In Fits
At Ibis Juncture the prince rested his almond Florida'Is rapidly recovering from the acres and Prices.
4 eyo upon the bar shoulders ot a fashionably effect! of the recent epidemic. The refugees best hammock, balance Jo. I"pine and mixed land Price $: .OO per acre. Part of decSl-lm
dressed lady near Dy and noticed her shiver have returned and visitors the tract will be sold to suit purchasers.
are arriving
of the January chill. Turning to
the effeoU
the from doctor the observant prince remarked t every day from all parts of the 44 Acres very best pine land, 7 miles from Ocala, 2 miles from the S. S, O. A: G. GO TO STOWARD'SFOB puar
"The cold takes hoW of her. Why don't she country. Busineds is brisk in most localities Railroad Cheapest land in the state at $3004 vf|

t t' pull Up ber eloihes and put them on fOQVEUNOU'S and the people' generally are Property ou the beautiful Lake Weir at from $20 to $50 per acre. FIB8T-CLAJW PLUMBING I II

l-UOCL.'U.\TIOS.I hopeful Governor Fleming has urged] One thousand acres land from one to three miles of Silver Springs Park from;; [nil]
the necessary legislation to purify the recently
ten to fifteen dollars per acre.
infected cities and local authorities
a A 8pcll 8M.lon the Legislature will co-operate heartily in this good 31! acres ebarlng orange and lemon groye In hammock land on Lake Weir within KIM drat ti : : : MOXTIZCIU BLOCK
Called to Meet February Oth. i work. The Kib-Troplcal Exposition: half mile of Chautauqua grounds. There are about 150 orange and 50 lemon trees.. 1

I Governor Fleming has Issued a proclamation which was a decided success last year, This Is a very fine Investment! at$:,000. -Opposite Methodist Church. ,f

calling a special session of the will be held again this year at Jacksonville. SO acres pine and oak land near the famous Harris and Bishop orange grove on dlmJ
LetrUhxtnre to meet February 5th, to enact Orange Lake. Price, 110 l per acre. .

such legislation as shall be deemed Ocala, one of the most enterprisingcities 800 t hammock and mll.etlland,three miles from Ocala. This'
m wide la creating a sute board of health la the state, will have the Florida property U admirably adapted vegetables and all the tropical fruit A doe investment JAS. T. LANCASTER,
v- and tho necessary machinery to make it International and ml.Tropirall-xposl.: at price, $10,000. _

ty. effective; also the creation of such tion, beginning January 29, and continue Three cottages, 3 and 4 rooms each all {tapered and painted, and. denied 1 I -1-1 1LtADlXO
In the wisdom of the nice
county boards as, ing until May 1st. The biennial sessionof
a each situated on three one-half acre l enclosed with
at fS3 good CI
for BEAL
be essential to the well one year ESTATE DEALER.
#, 1 legislature, may the American Poinological will
fence, good well of water, within u ix blocks of courthouse square In nice
*x of the state of Florida.
being be held at Ocala beginning 20
portion of city. Will pay 14 per cent. on price asked,11,800. -- -1-1
and three There U
continuing days. an tThe above is only a partial list of lands I have for sale. Should yon faro OCALA
active and demand for and e. :
JohnSchwan was elected Slayorot general city : : : : FLORIDA|
Major county lauds In short the outlook for find description,of property to please you write for price, describing as near a*
.e, Savannah at the recent munirina and I will promptly describe that will
wants dtt
although the ffevt sed him, the state is good. The faith of the poo- practicable your yoa.
-' election, opposed him on the round iu future U unshaken, while the Remember that I have property from $2 per acre upward. 1
is News Influx "'-'
a The of capital and population ha been SPECIALTIES. GEOUOE McKAY
he was not the regular Uemoiriuc ,
.- ...,1':;,.. (I) that neminee, and ((2)) that he was not renewed. Florida passed through a Purveys and Map neatly and promptly made. ARCHITECT AND BUILDER 1Q
r .- competent to discharge the duties of the severe ordeal last year. Let us nope .. carefully and safely drawn. ,
5 office. AVe hope the X e* will find Itself that iu effect will be more than obliter Titleeaearcbetland abstracts mad DEHIOXS AJ D ESTIMATES 1.Doi
mistaken a* to the last ground of lapr. ated by.the prosperity of this year. Returns for assessments made.
A t tAVt Taxes paid for non-reaidenta, -yoralabM oa Application-
The New York World say that Mr oeral supervision: ot Oa.reslJent's Interests. Q
uenrlI lhel$ ealth la toch as Blaine Is tare to get In the Cabinet. wSl a attend to heria'a, tax: and all other kinds of public sales../ Ornc..aIfQUcl : : : Gs.niig.and Stxth-

an to order him to Well, why.shouldn't\ he? The "favorite -1- OCALA. .

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SernimTropicalExposition .::

This Exposition, incorporated under the laws of the State of Florida, will open at-- '



CLOSE MAY FIRST 1889. ,AiY1 3b

%This will be an Exposition of Pomological, Horticultural and Agricultural products of Florida, and her soils, timbers, woods, minerals and live stock, and in addition articles i 1
and 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 : space for the product or \
manufactures of Florida. 5
The United States Experimental Station for improvement{ and development of products Indigenous to this section has bl'enlocated contiguous to our exposition grounds. .: I
t& We invite exhibits of all descriptions, particularly those pertaining to the arts, mechanics and agriculture, guaranteeing uniform,courtesy to all exhi litOI'8. t'

:.: CASH PREMIUM LIST, $2,600. .i

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I GEORGE "". WILSON, President. WM. FOX.First Vice- sidellt. DR. II. KNIGHT, Second Vice-Presideut J" t
C. W. CAMPBELL, SR., General Manager. G. S. MAYO, Treasurer., ._ J. O. CLARK, Secretary. I

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Qtnc Filst National Bank !The Nl 1 !orehants'NaiflaI' Bank. { Aiiti-1 Monopoly i. -THE-0 Drug. .(:.'

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Dp Capital, Authorized Capital, SURPLUS UG50.OOJNO.
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850,000. $150.000._
Quality of Goods/ and Low Prices.
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t II. MtCosNELL: ., QuhierBeing GOODS joiiiiii) I I0 r .

__ ? now eitabluhed in our new'and elegant Hank building(are prepared to guarantee -
Located door to first National
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of the finest and best equipped banking houses in the State.owned J>y?the I -
mnk. We have special facilities for making Collections on all accessible points. JNO. F.DUNN, K.: P.DI8MUKES,
We will extend every CQurtrsY and favor to our customers consistent with safe CRAS.RJlEI\AUER, J.A. EINSTEIN 1
winking,and shall give prompt and careful attention to all business entrusted to us HARVEY KNIGHT WM. ANDKRSOX: ,
We solicit your BANK ACCOUNT and all business In our line, andguarantee J.C.PERINE L M. THAYEH, '
entire satisfaction.I R. B. MtCONNELLCORRESP0.4'IJENrn .;

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& Traders National Bank, Now York, N. Y.; t I ;

outhern Bank ofl Georgia Savannah. Rational Park Bank of New York. ifaterfAaitonal' Rant of Bottom.
: National Bank of j fepecial Correspondent In all important cities in the West. Mercantile Banking Company Atlanta IsmitvtlU Banking Cbin Louisville, K,. .
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j ll ll.LARGES E. B.. RICHARDSON- New\ Jewelry\ Store C. P. BREWER & 00.HEADQUARTERS .

H Gala. Hews Depot, PL !! Finest Livery-THE-In 1 the City -LEAD3 IX TUItWatcll Shines. his line.replete Call with and everything examine in

-oLEADING 'J c i, Clock.Jewelry c \\ Strings for for Musical'yourself., Instruments) a "!

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Wort on repair cf Clocks And ttttche
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Lowest Prices !Iof : -- -AND--
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any Store:la Southern florid Ran the most himrloui and KINDS
tppolnqalpped s bat ALL OF FURNITURE.0 f
dental IUOm.ln tb. State of ITortd Instruments I
--0- Both members of tbt trm tboronablypteparedptnkwlonany. -0- -
D013D ISRAEL, OCALA, FLA. Th public nrnptcltuUr foTitc
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p et their offlCMlo on m land Tsar In-m. 1JtIPUTIOII 0' Titus nt.m
ud/* i N w ltarcbants'JitUooAl Bank BsfldlDf. Ce a -(LOCATED OJT Vfm Bunt or 8QV.AU- Moc'c hies W.P'arcn' OCALA. FLA
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The 7W&u itoysNew York pent| more ... ::J...... .
1 than 115,000,000 to suj'port her public '. 0

schools _____________ V a
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ert EUrnere, is to make a reply to her i'
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critic It I it said tbat General Harrinon carries t. 'rt r 1

a life insurance of $40OUO) having. added : ; if t I \J' 'f iC
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4 110,000! recently \ i. :
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Patti, it in paid, ha lot certain notes
01 her voice. But the ha$ never lout

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We are having everything and every I .} ,""
body else in Ocala. Why can't we have ) 'Ii. .
i Lotta ? She is playing her best at Macon "" 0
Savannah and Jacksonville. i i'W
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R. M. Turner, euj>eriutendent of the (i;
r xv'r" Fourth division railway mail service, 1 M
BayJ he has carte blanche from the de]>art> ... ,
r'' ; ment to make all changes necessary to tj
give the I't-ople of Florida the bout poe 0o 3!
,: Bible mail facilities,and that he Iropose"
r to do his best.

ly' Charles N. Cunningham, agent for the ; .::;.
:Mutual Life Insurance Company, of New "
York, forged checks to the amount of '
nearly $17,000, and was* arrested with ; 0
that amount in his traveling hags in solid ,
,, gold just as lib was al/but/ to embark on a ; '
learner for Bpain. -

The livery of the coachman of Count Z -
r'' d'Arco Valleo, the German minister at
Washington is creating a sensation in r Hm .."
ti' that city. Gold and lace seem to be the fl
r principal part of it. A double row of 3'v
gilt buttons runs' down thv front, while I I
rows of gilt cords! are swung across the --
,4 t breast aud fastened upon the right side, N
from which depends a sword. Ic''

t. Special Call Meeting oil. of City Conn* i 035T; :
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ell I. Brown and J. ) !. '
T. Lancaster. ; ; :
In the absence of the clerk, Mr. '
4 Jas. T. Lancaster presided at the re in
corder's desk. The official acts of
r our city fathers were to notify the property
a' owners' on South and Magnolia '
streets, that sidewalks of regulation .
width constructed of refuse lime beforwitli f
made' on both sides 'of said \5 ( )
streets, and if not complied with, that
l "ttbecitv would order it done and charged *
up against said property. Also that the .. '
'i ', four electric lights on the square be continued -
for ninety dan, and four additional :
h; ones be erected\ ; one half way ... 3S .,",.
7 6 from public square to F. C A 1It R.eepot t ; 'j :
and three to
+ grounds. leading' Exposition \ '{ :2dE:

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:Retail I Drugs 1 RIGHT I WILL OPEN JANUARY 20,1889.

.1 '..oQ ',\ '. BALL,'KINDS or- { In seeking to get the best and most HOUSE. DRY ..GOODS

for your money, I
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W* r, ''1,; FANCY; 'ARTICLES The Leading Hotel of the City And GeneralMerchandise

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ti ne&dqU&neJ'l for Wall I'aper and U&rd u feeJi.FIIAZEH your selection of a trading place? IN THE STATE! The char*
Delivery Wagon in
r' WRIGIIT d1 You say you trade with. b I of Mr. J. Ji. Lawson will call

Pane 8 ; 1m3 II. orders and save the walk to togadeeslam
-0- Thoroughly Repainted Inside and Out !

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ROWELL'S is the place for the 4 {
Best and the Cheapest. He
I a VINES' A tPCIAI4TY.djanl52m has the only Shoo Store FOR Titans Ai-fiv TO :, L. XL THAVER, 3f.N.t IS 1UE PUCE 70 GET TOE FA&

'e > :\ -1-i in Marion County. OCALA, < FLORIDA -1-

IkK r r.} ADDUM, Anthony Fla. } irmil-cd. Orncz. : Ck'ALA Uoriili

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