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 19, 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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THE tLORIDA INTERNATIONAL AND SEMI-TROPICAL EXPOSITION The Baptist Convention I I There will be a union children meeting ...CITY & COUNTYDIRECTORY. r

.p- Stink ly Reported the Daily Batt,,". in the addressed at 3 o'clockp. I .
I ni., to be by members of _
Attention is here called! to one mistakein the convention. All are cordially Invited

this morning's rt'l'ort.' ; the total to attend. CITY OFFICERS, 't:

amount I of pledges for Mission work was Adjourned to meet at 2.30 p. m.EVKNISO rierkA.M yor-Dr..Th linlloc
2775.00: instead of $21.75. S ll'lION.' Mal'll"-c l : K. hall. i
The convention was called to order by ('ol lector-F. P (indnon.A ,
The first in the order' of business -. .
was o w. f--I) K Mflrer.TfrMiirvr 'It
\'ice-evident, Rev. II. M. King The .
K. R. Siiowrtcn.Tv
the of the education -
reading report on "
report of the committee on Foreign Missions l was read bv Rev. A. D. Cohen, *f by HeY P. C. Drew, or Lake! City, which -J. F. In nn : w.Agnew, J.
made was followed by the rending of the re- J. T. UtncAMrr' John A. Row ell. K. I. Knit, K.Q. -
Tai r Sanford, who brief remarks, and tort of the Board) of Trustees of D*Landi.ivereity uralih, II VV. (rhmidlrr.; I. Drown amiV.. U. Marshall -
then called upon Kev. T. P. Bell assis- ..
stant secretary of the Foreign Mission bv Kev. John McKinney, Sanitary' In tor-W. T. Kin,.
of the hoard. The latter
I 1 Board of the S. B. Convention, to address secretary re COUNTY OFFICERS
f i' the value of the
1 prwent '
tilElflil"n the assembly. County JIKKV| -IMohnrrt MI't'oIl&th. ;
l1BILL 1 c; Dr. Bell said that tucvess in the Foreign be fifty thousand County I nerk-l A. Miller
there Sherilf-K. T. \Vttlliuu.
dollars, ami that are l( students,
fields depends' the faith and Ars.ss J
upon C Naht'\u. i ,
consecration of the workers, and the who have come from ten dilterrnt ('olh'C.tor-lI. T Win malin, CHrft. .

interest taken in the work by the friendsof counties of Florida. The report represented Trcarurer-s. H. rtlm.
IlU\tructiou-M. U ':
the In Sulwrintendent 01 fubllc t
college as being! a very
Missions in our own Christian land. 1'nTiie. Klctntniiton.! '
He presented with much earnestnessand prosperous condition. Professor Forbes, 'x>un'r ("'mmbo.iulI\' -II. VV. lung, VV. P. r
ability the pressing demands for the president of the university, WAS then Tr nib.m, }C. II. Icon ".11. I'frrin, \\. I', \\'U- [ '
'I ntroJuced the convention lie l IammNil'
to ably
gospel in heathen countries, and the The County OnmmlKloien mot't the And Mend '
the net forth the reasons! why parents bhould In month.
great responsibility resting every
Baotist denomination upon give their nous and daughters the beet .:houllk"'rd-:. IUrrl. !i. T. War\mann, .
possible' educational advantages. M.,14. !loser. A. K. t.rirtln. I I'. L. i iMirlww.' \
Rev J. C. Porter also made an earnest
.. ._ _. Sclmtslllnar.tmer'trnratlloudaytneverymonth.
Dr. Dickernon followed 4'
a speech,
appeal in behalf of thin work. At this
OPEN AT OUALA, FLA. JANUARY, 1SS9 juncture a quilt was presented to the which abounded apt illustrations! that 1'f\.i."'n-IIr. T. P. ;.rr. f
convention by the ladies of the Micano- caused all countenances to look rxcrttt' *.' 'i''urjr-('.pt. K. H. Kirlmrilmm.MrnilHTi .
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-- turch which the tingly cheerful -l>r. I) A. Smith, Anthony Mumri.M.H. \
Baptist : col1't'ntion -
py I Bev. N Orlando Ntpse'rand: 11. H Irvin d
: collection of A. Bailey, of urged
BUDGET OF HOME NEWSC. Kxposltlon SotN.A purchased by a $25: ,
I the importance of raising:! the full amount HOARD OF TRADE. } w
and donated the Kev.
by a vote quilt to
magnificent flag will be x
company of the endowment fund of the .
university.He l'n..ht'.lIt-J. F. Dunn. t
A. of oldest ministersin i
presented to the of soldiers from J. Mosely, one the ,
squad .
1.. BITTIXGER.Clty Editor. the convention.The stated that about x thousand (dollars VU-e I'rv Mi>iit-H. A. VVvathen.Htrrrlary U
any military comjwinv competing at the -VVm. Fox. i
-----i- --; ---% 7 Exposition drill. Who will; make the Woman's Mission Society connected I had been tevurcd and four thousand hard nUovcnmora--A. I'. Mall Jr. C. Rheln-
weather with the convention dollars more must be rained to meet the KIUT Jno. F iMinn, J. II. Lh'IIIJI1'wn. U. A.
Lovely holding
best record as drilled soldiers ? obligation assumed! by the State Board, VXrathcn V\m. Fox and H VV, Manly
The (25-:.? ol -prizt' medal for the beat their meeting the Presbyterian! church, BUILDING AND ASSOCIA-
the donated Mr. H. A LOAN.
For correct time go to Weihe's.Courtney drilled individual soldier. IS offered by sent the following communication : upon Deljmd.| property by T1ON.

receives fresh tibh daily. GeorgeV.! Wilson, president of the Ex To the Florida Baptist tftate Conmtftcm, Pledges were received to the amount Prmltlont-.C: Ii. W timer.; t

-- .. -- -'- position Grtrting: of*h0S'2.Adjourned. VlifrnvlilentKilDrloiipiit.mriftry
and Tn"uul't'r.tAul.. Fox.
Wedgewood5c cigar at iiaunders. Try it. We regret to nay that pressing prior Therefore, my beloved brethren, be to 0 o'clock tomorrow 1\oIlUl101\ UII't't.or..J. T. Lanrant. lima M Rte tl

business engagement will prevent the ye steadfast unmovable, always abounding morning. jjlK-nn. I. Brown, M. Fh het. A. E. lIclou11.. U.Zacharuu i; t
The Baptist association raised $1,000 lion. Henrv W. Grady from making the in the word of the Lord, for as muchas and K, A. llurford. ,lr

for the De Land university. speech at the Exposition opening. ye know that your labor is not in vain Court Notes" of Yesterday. OCALA RIFLES. "
President Wilson has received many in the Lor ." r |>t"ln-()-o. A. Nash
State "'11. Thomas Richardson, fraudulently First Mrutenant-K. B. McConnell. ten t
Smith Is the rail letters from distinguished. all
Mr. IIami deu new "persons
Rev J. C. Porter was appointed| to respond marking animals and claiming Second Lk-utrnant. K. Wllllama.
over the signifying their inten-
road agent at Anthony.. country in beiialf of the convention. Bame. W. S. Bullock, attorney ; not Forty MeiuU'r aFIRE
-- tion to be present at the opening of the
Rev \\'. II. Gotwald of the COMPANY
direct from pastor guilty. .
Welhe receives tri-weekly, Exposition. lie will give the orator'sname
(hl\-T. H. 1 anearterForemanMaurice
church of Ocala introduced State J. Belton Scott
time. Presbyterian was vs. carrying concealed
Washington correct on Monday. Ithftnautr'
---- --.. -.-- to the body by Kev. C. II. weapons| Plead! ''guilty$10 and Flnl all>Utant-.Ixmii folk

George Wilson gilded minstrels took Worth Heeding. Nasli.Kev.. 1 ant John G. Krardon, attorney.. Second iiUunt W, U. MarshalL
N for Jacksonville C. Jf. Hampton, pastor of theO toitate'R.. John Franklin and Charlotte Sernlarr--J. II Mallett. I.
the morning F. R. A BINOHAMPTON, N'. Y., Jan. 16, 1889. Twcnty-nve nieinlM i
where they will perform tonight.We <-ala colored Baptist' church, and Kev. Ellis: colored, adultery. y
Friend llarrit LADDER COMPANY.
: 1' 8. Summers and Rev C. II. Holly, Smith had a rehearing for new trial. HOOK AND

forgot to bay in yesterday's daily Pardon (>ostal to nugtrest to you the corresjiondends from the Judge HI.'Sef\'ed..l'rislon. .I'realdent-Abram'Ul'\fmln-\\'IIk1I1'nL 1 Palmer 11

that the Semi:) -Tropkal: would give a advisability awakening your people to State Convention, were introduced to Green, Wood A B*unett VM. B. (1. Rush- AidlKtantWrlli KlchardMin.Twenty m

liberal premium for the best domestic the importance of sending! exhibits, the convention.The limit alld John F. Dunn, S. (D. McConnell nicuiU'ru. ; as

wine. photos, and printing to this car. I have report of the treasurer of th eftate.Boar attorney for defendant appealed' fruits.j ... LULULA LODGE, NO. ai, I. O. O. K.

---' written to represent your Exposition was read by Kev. N. A. J judgment to Kiiireme court. (M"t'ut'nry Tuesday evenliiK. .
South street
The street grading) on but no response. If you would sera Ha iley. The report on temperance !State vs. Fred Marshall disturbing' religious VV. H( (Chain. N. U. f

leading to Exposition building goes printed matter for it or Ocala I could 'read "by.1iey.. W. T. Gordon, and was worship at Glymii's s church, is on VV. M. 1'hlllli, Hrcretarr. t
bravely on, under the supervision of distributed it, and "whoop up" your Exposition discussed at considerable length. The docketthis morning 'J lie Memra.' Anttl'J1IOn' All vlHltliiK trolheni cordially .

Mr. Jas. T. Lancaster and Mr. Fraun ; but how in the world ran I prevailing sentiment in favor of prohibition for defense while :Meswrs. S|ll>encer OCALA CHAPTER NO. 13, R. A. M.

Moorhead.Mr. do it without samples and business was very strong. Pending the and Urcen are watching the State's Ocala (' 'lil:: \No. 13, K. A. TI.. Convocationsflna :

Thomas 11. Whltet president of cards. Direct as above. Your commercial discussion the convention adjourned to inlerc-Hts. This ii I a very amusing case every mouth.u.. W. Loco if. p. p

the White sewing machine company, traveler, W.:S. WEBB. 7 pp. m. as a "church fcriminattu" grew out of J. H. FBAimiiiU, t'ntar1,
II .
was in town over night, took in the Howe's cit CIIS made its. grand parade SATURDAY MORNING. political ilitteretices during last fall'selection

minstrels, and wade the DAILY BANNER a into the city this morning. The bandwagon President Chaudoin called the convention and out of it can be learned
how much
I and' toleration timecolored
pleasant call.Hunting I was drawn by eight horxe. The to order, and alter' prayer the I. charity
Republicans had! for their color FOX
musicians who blew decorated minutes of yesterday were read and ,
parties are now in order with, lustily An, Hen aI'P'O.t'l1. who believed iti and expressed and advocated l l a
pillow-sheets. elephant
fair ones of An Democratic men and
bewitchingly.: measures.
among Said's brother followed with The confederation of the report on
I Tip a man
Their escorts do the shouting The Republicans used the knock down
thony. resumed and Rev N. A. .
sitting on his head, while the remainderof temperance was
and -- --
while the "girls, go along to snare the drag out ar Ulllelit.
and Ur. Burton made
the grand(?) procession consisted of Bailey strong! The inmates of the court room varied

game. two jacks, clow my mounted, two mules speeches against" the license system, and the of their thin
monotony proceedings
Mr. Frank Moorhead took twenty men and four ponies. Look at their gorgeously then the morn:ng by all rushing. as eagerly and The Holidays are Past !
bill then
cromoed boards and
to Agnew'a lime works yesterday, loaded KEIORTS WERE ADOPTED. hilariously to the windows, as boys, to
and gravel for paving reflect on the street |parade: and wipe The education after Bowls .
six cars with stone report on remarks tee circus street parade. Evidently -
and them to town away a tear of regret, that the latter Kev. I). C. Drew all
South street brought by was adopted.The longing: in Uu-ir heurlH, if the
in two hours. Rapid work. could not be like unto the former. report: on church building was bca title smiles on their facvs counted for "Till': IUJHII IK' ovint.We .

Only I the .'alr111 Deserve It. read by Kev. A. J. Cone, of Gainesville i aught, that they were l buys again. .
Mrs. Parker's pupils are setting musicto and adopted ._. tr
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Mr. Thomas II. White of Cleveland
the words composed by Prof. Ktreator who was in town yesterday, and took a, Kev. II. M. King gave a very interesting The jovial and rotund Stockton of LeRoy have huttlod dovv l1 to strict bun- )
for an ode to be sung on Arbor Day by account of the work of the Baptist makt/ljC
was in town yesterday ar-
the pupils at the Ocala high school, at look well pleased at our Exposition with the building and was enter so church at !St.; Augustine: and the reasons langementfl for the lllilplllentofurllllurt'to lU'I"t', and) Wt, iiiran htlsiihC$$

their intended exercises in the Opera- prise' shown by our i-eople energy, that he will for immediate action in the matter of furnish the People's ]homestead! hotelat in what we nay.Wt .

house. give one of the finest White sewing machines building He a louse of worship sale at that. that place, and took in the luiiiHtrels t
then oifered for -
for the make place. a quilt last evening' besides subscribing for the
Mrs. M. C. Pullen of Cincinnati, is a as a premium lady ladies of
made by the that church to aid '
home of ing the finest display pf needlework luivw a Largo: Stock 0Winter -
the beautiful '
late arrival at in purchasing church lot. A collectionwas .
Mrs. Nina \\' Flak, on the lovely banksof take for that amounting to -- --- --
Wilson's minstrels. and purjone
came, saw con Mrs. P. I' Bmhop was the guest.; : of
the Wekiwa, and will spend some quered. They out shone all proceeding (oti.85( in cash, and WlV; la pledges.Kev. Mrs. Col. Gary during the convention. IN

time with )lr.. F. and her charming minstrel shows in handsome mend captivating W. ),. Davis sjoke of the need of Dress Goods

daughter, Miss Cora. ) singers, splendid musicians funds for completing\ the Fernandina ;
fine Mock fur Kale.
every man was an artist in his line-and Baptist church, and received several
)lr, Campbell, the enterprising nurseryman drew the largest: house ever witnessed pledges for same. Car load of 'horn and mules and! very _

at Lake Weir made the DAILY in Ocala. Their jokes-were relished be Rev W. 11. Owen, of Pensacola, pro. fine Jerney cattle, to be sold! cheap for -

BANNER office a pleasant business visit cause new. A number of the county tented the field' on p it-nodical*. Kev. cash at Root' livery stable.. ja8tf! Such as Flannels Cabhmvrob Hen-
of beau. -- -- -- : ,
yesterday and gave ussamples a towns were represented in the audience C. Purler, editor of the ISaptUt M'tt-
tiful Riverside orange, the result of buds notably LeRoy and Anthony. toss, epoke of the importance of supporting If you want your furniture repaired| ricttal4t Albi'troM" etc., ol.orccl .
tlavor l-oliched, ), upholstered or recovering you
inserted two years ago. In size, that paper, and asked for contributions and
fiber it can have it done in good nha|>e, by addressing .
jucmetw and absence of pith or KxpoMltlon 1)Irectors In Heswlon. to bent it to the poor* He 4
seemed to us to surpass any orange we obtained in ,pledge, and cash the amountof I' O. Box 415, or leave order
The directors of the Semi-Ttopical
with W. 11. L'lJail1t.loutczUUII&, Block
have jta&ted. Remarks also made
ever &tf,00. ere by
held meeting afternoon and -
a Thursday 17d2td
iCev. U. W. Hall Prof. Forbes J.H. GOHH
agreed to $1, : expend ,
of meats and ail! M. F. Hood of
The arrival today vegetables attraction of the exposition. Flor Lj.: Kwj., {publisher
for 1>. B. Dukes.at the city market, lla'lIltrt-at and daily the the JlajJiit'iiim; }\ and others. //. REYNOLDS,

was Florida beefs pork, vension, chickens T>tnt'-L'nioH, come unapproachable in fur a share of it, The convention extended a vote of Magnolia street' t, Miller block, Ocala, !L''([)lIl "JI'J11111Il'irlY !D.ll1re

and eggs, while the wet contributed while the BANNER and free frees are not thanks for the kind invitation to visit hat a complete stock of CIGAKM. N A(('().

etall fed beef, mutton, tongue, 11. II. the Exposition; builuing and ground. ni'Kfl, covrwTio.XAKY. ..c.140 Agentfor
cheese sausage, hand wade forgotten. The committee on preaching reported REYNOLD'S WOOl wjan71mIi.
(Cost! I
saugage, picked pig feet and tripe, was Fine Texan Horne that the ministers of thin body will occupy Regardless of f

part of the invoice. Fresh turnips, beets Two tar-loads. of tine grade northern the pulpits of halt on bum Jay M K: YOXOK & CO., The (k'alal'iam-)

and carrots,cabbage, irish potatoes, sweet Texas horses will arrive next Thursday.For follows ben Call and examine their fine stock
-To clowo
Iota:.or and onions MI abundance. sale cheap. Inquire of Baptist church-At 111'341 a. UI., )Jr. A. and vet good work at reasonable prices out null get ready fbr- g,

Ittwdtd J. W. PCABSOK. E. Dicirikum of Richmond, Va.7p. in., d Sldeclrn:

Health officer King planted several Rev. J. F. Forbes, ,president, DeLaod Oust HI'ltl.NO TUADi.
weeks umbrella trees Not Built That "'.,. University. The lied Grocery: :\Ia"nolialtreet, lathe

for 'ornamental ago thirty young around his Our intelligent typo made Rev. Mr. Methodist church-At 10,30; a. in., ReT. place to buy your groceries

purposes P. C. Drew of Lake City 7 w., JLI1v.W' ii. ZACHAHIAS, Proprietor. a aofr
premise A few nights ago some wretch Farmer's retort of Baptist conventionread ; p. AVe will iKMitively nell three goods
H. Owen of IVnNuxila. <1 SldeclmH1HG4.
the bark off every one of them 121.75 pledged4 missionary work, what
stripped at we can get for them jg
Kev. ,
church At 11
Presbyterian a. m.,
there depredations when it should have been t2,17&-
except committed two. Why and whether done by a difference. S. M. Provence of Lake Weir ; 7 p. m. OAKY.. U. O and the flivt to select will ? t

are doe not matter. It is a Hn< J.. D. Grieger of Leesburg. l have the benefit of tfie
men or boj'l
Attention, Ocala Illflc Colored Baptist thurch-At 10:30 L m. .
wanton destruction of property and theperpetrators raviicma. LID 'faAiIOJi. "lakrgeVarietyBENJAMIN ,- '
brought to justice and um* You are ordered to attend a meeting Iter. W. M. Simon of Tampa| j 7 p. m.,

manly ,punished., These sell do not reft of the company to be held at the armory ICer. W. W. Boslick.of; Cathleen. Boom, Agnew A Ciry'. Block:, OCALA.

to tree, tnt we see some eight of our Monday, January Sltt/fiSO, p. m. Colored Methodi tChurch-At ll.a.m. i Twtutf-on year? sp rl,&(. In f odds &

city lamp* In the same condition. t (i. A. NASA, CapUln.{ Kev.J. 11. Fox, \'irlCioia.! I ptaeaaa ddjaam Jan10.lyJ FOX.I

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OCALA.DAILY., BANNER.. };. J. SmitheraUnited'A Chlnene-Jtallroad, States.consul I at J.T.illOllSTEfl ; : -Drug Line-

r -: Tlen.Tsin' China, report that the Tien-

' a F. E. HARK13: l&itor.OCALA .. Tsin and Tonpshanailroad 1, the first to -0-
-Ii 'Or receive<< the sanction of the government,

has Wen opened to traffic and mixed PLACE TO FIND THEM
c .: FLA., JANUARY 19, 1SS9. trains, for pawenpen' and freight, are THE

--- running daily between the terninal -13 AT-
points. The road was! official IT Inspectedon

the 9th of October\ by the viceroy, Li General Land Agent DR. DELOUEST,

hung r Chan, accompanied by his", staff.

and a number of prominent Chinese official ., -WEST( SIDE S(wAns.-
*., who were received alone the linewith
.y \ difHnjruiahed' I : military and civic I OCALA I .i .1 I I. .! FLORIDA

honors.! The road ban been constructed 3m.11 Y.

by olh'cinK pany the, comjxwfd China who employed Tien-T entirely..in as Railway('hlf'fpnJrlnf'f'r of Chinese conv 'I i!I (XORANGE [ ][ GROVES)) -----.- ------ -

Mr. C. W Kinder, the lnxli! -h enuioeer I
; : of the Kaipinir Knirineerinir: and Mining S. R. BIRDSEY & CO

Ixjinpany. It is 81 miles! in length, and ,,
the track, for the most part, is laid on

embankments eight) feet high, for protection Hammock & Pine LandsIN -bWholesale-
': The First Fruit. a int inundations. The bridge
The or"the are of iron and steel and of the latestdesigns & Retail
result late election disclosed
as I
one of the mont elegant of whichwas ----- ---
in this county In selecting. county -DEALERS IN-.
built in America: In the selectionof
officials is the fina fruit of the new "State
t Constitution, a Democratic measure, and demons for 10"Omotlvesl'a'V4enlCl'r anllfreiJ.1at Marion Lake Sumter Citrus Hernando Polk
the American have
cars patents!
one which will sword III the ,
prove a Harllware ill Groceries
hands of our political! eI1I'ml.to divide been extensively adopted. One locomotive 1
of and elegance of
/ asunder the ]bower
crest it.
i jmrty ng Pascoe and Hillsborongh.I
finish was procured from an American
In many counties of the State ]Ilepubli Orange .
manufacturer of the
as were some car bOCALA -
can county official have been chosen.
wheels. The consul' states that much
Officials not In sympathy with the (State I I I I FLOIUn.\

' administration hesitation Impede, but Its who progress would if without by tIC) larger given orders to undoubtedly American manufacturers would ha'ehel'n I LARGE? BODIES* (11?( LANDS 1 I! I 3m al, 9
: and doing ascendency.they could The gain danger party advantage that now but(hip for and the materials.increased. The cost!cost of ofthe workman-rail. --

is officially statedhy directors to
w threatens way
; the life of the Democratic
party of Florida was foreshadowed by .be 8000) taels j her mile, or less than $9000. SUITABLE FOR COLONIES' FOR FRUIT AND VEGETABLE -AT-
l which is! regarded as the cheapest road
ablest men in the State when the
in the world, considering the number of
new constitution was under consideration bulges and the length of the embankment _
but the advocates of
t with blind real bordering on its fanaticism the receipts*. Since from the. owning ot and the freight road Parties Desiring: to Piano Loans at 10 Per Gent. Interest

i! .;, the neither warning.would seethe danger nor heed traffic have constantly passengers increased, and it Not to Them Will Keeeivo Special Attention. IlL Fisnel's

in believed that the enterprise will be
,_ among: other counties, is one .
remunerative to the stockholders., notwithstanding
,+ that will most keenly feel this change: in
!' the low tarilFofcharges for MARION CO SENT ON RECEIPT OF TEN STAMPS
i the organic law of the State:: and who in : MAPS OF
and The fare for
at fault ? Certainly not the Republican passengers
tirnt-da'-s ha!' been 'fixed at
I pawetigers
party, but the l Democratic party. The r
mid one-half
less than one rents per
j + party which struggled 80 heroically to mile, and that for second daM I lets than Can be found one of the
wrest the State from the hands of the BARGAINS
one-half rent mile. These exceedIngly :
Republicans, have now sample of their
the. road
low fares are making very
folly by dividing the offices
those (Mipular) with! all classes of the! Chlnetu! I
from whom captured twelve
years ago, Best assorted selected and
and giving them I I'epple. It Is reported that the viceroy, ,
\ The recent a election teppln -stone to upon returning from inspecting| the road, A number of choice lots In Smith's addition to Ocala at a. bargain.
power. has
an almost extinct party in this (State expressed himself as being) much pleased Four lots in Block on northeast corner of court house square, suitable for business
)1 life with its construction and all its appoint Price $lo.')() each
new and new hope, and already dNeatisfaction houses.
ments. All his excellency has made the most desirable priced
F is discernable in the Democratic construction of study for One half block three squares north of court house, with dwelling and other improvements
railways a
ar |arty, from...the very fact of the only $1t)OO.
and has been
many years pant, a warm
nominations made in many iiiHtames: for advocate for tl.eir adoption in China, his Splendid house I\nlilot in Dunn's ('t.ntralalhtition to Ocala, well located. Price
county oflices./! "Indej>endent ," joined the throne should it he made
r' report to Stock of Dry Goods
number o candidates for public upon this the first experiment, many other very desirable city lots for either business houses or residences
will be read with much Intu t't. ranging in prices from $100 upwards.
r oflices. An
: county avenue for trade has .
been opened by the new constitution between Consul Smith** I is informed that notwithstanding A good I farm of 145 acres near Reddick 15 acres of good hammock land, 2.">

+ the Republicans and malcontents the great opposition atPekintojhe a're'sl\re in cultivation. Price $10,00 per<< acre.A In the City}
extension of the road to
,, in the Democratic and it has well located for businen house
party, been Tungchow', tiftevn miles from the choice lot Anthony, will sell for 3000.. d 31 dec 4 m
t utilized to good advantage the viceroy confidently expects to obtain Forty acres of good hamrnod* and at Summerfield, 20 acres, of which Is cleared

The Republicans bequeathed tojlie the imperial sanction in time to commence fenced and set to orange trees from 2 to :3 years old. This will be sold at a sacrifice
Democrats 4n this State constitutionthat
a work early next year. When for $2500.: 4

solid kept and contented the dominant and party compact hard, this has been accomplished, the changes Several other fine groves and nurseries in the Imrnl'lliate'Ielnity of above will
although '
on the "outs" it was to them legitimate that must follow in the Chinese empire I furnish an accurate description upon| application.

4 ; having sprung from their own loins and cannot be estimated.It I Several fine orange groves and wild lands on the famous Ocklawaha river at WatCIIQan1L

I the Republicans having acknowledged. bargains! also large bodies of cypress timberlands on this river.

a honorable paternity thereto.While Pays to Adertlsc.Miuicltfitrr 20 Acres on Orange lAke ; 10 acres in cultivation ; 1 acre grove jutt' coming: into
Duval county is |erhapa more {If. #t.) Vnum. bearing.: Good dwelling and other improvements. Price only $11,00.

I P ti fortunate in the selection of her county Levi D. Fuller, of Courtland, 111., 240 Acres of pine land near Bl'lleviePri'O $8.00 per acre.

officials unfortudato than in some the selection others, she of is one very or ought to he able to nettle that vexed A tine grove of six acres at Citra; one half mile of railroad, all bearing and fine !Ul a) i\iJ 1I i rJ
question, is marriage a failne. In the varieties. Produces about 000 boxes yearly. Price $6,500.A .
two and will
they neIHlt'r'brln.r creditnor
he has been married
last 25
r' honor to their iKwitions.No the years lIe"t'nth'ent seventimes last fine lemon and orange !grove of 5 acres, ((10 in tract) South Lake Weir all
transpiring, '
\ county in this or other State in good condition Price 2000.
"1 week Fuller's experience in matrimonial
ever had more faithful, conscientiousand bliss reads like( a romance lie Store'; at South Lake Weir,good point for doing a general mercantile business A Complete Stock of

efficient officers than Dural. After began when he was 20 years old. Divorce warehouse!' 'barn! !stable cistern, &c. Store well supplied with fixtures, safe Ac"Postotlice. :
long years of public service not one of separated him from his first wife doing\ a business of f2.")() a year. Write for terms.

.: those soon to retire has ever caused a at the end of a year. His second wife I 120 Acres, 12 acres in bearing grove at So. Lake Weir, on shore of the Lake and Gents'

whispef' of suspicion of misconduct or died after six months. He was divorced a variety ot other fruit trees. Good house, bltl.room, cellar, closets, Ac Good Furnishing
+ wrong doing in any manner to be from the third after three years His barn and stable and I a fine nursery of 20 acres. Price $10,000.

; breathed against them. They have held fourt called herself a widow but tw J A fine tract of 5)72 acres in Cotfee county, Tennessee, will
exchange for
a >rfq honor and Integrity superior to all other weeks after the wedding her first husband Floridaprollt'rty. Goods.
claims and have never deviated from the home alive. Finding Fuller
path of rectitude We only hope1 for the 'in the came house he peppered him with a Some fine lands near FtJMeade: Polk county ; will exchange for lands In Marion

;' good of our county' and city that the In. gun and narrowly escaped killing him. county.

coming officers may prove as true in Fuller's" fifth was too fond of a brakeman 120 Acres of land within three-quarters of a mile of Ockla",aha river and within
every particular the outgoing. Time and he left her. Three weeks after he one mile of Silver Springs run, 50 acres of which is virgin hammock balance good READY MADE

i .l .4 alone will only prove thl11(''' officials' was! free he married his sixth wife. She pine land. If you want this at once, will take $1200) for It.

?, fitness for their Irrenpectne Positions.Metropolis. .- lived with him six weeks and then ran 103 Acres excellent pine land, within 7 miles of Ocala, good well of water small

away with a handsome man and again! one-room house: about :5 acres cleared and fenced. Price $j per acre. CLOTHINGTailoring

Notwithstanding, the diiection of he had recourse to the courts. Besides 100 Acres boat hammock land, 60 acres cleared, balance in wood i miles of

+: modern thought; > Huxley these unique experiences| he has beenMabbed Ilelleview. Price $2,500. Will sell this In 40-acre tracts at $30 per r'e." This land -

F ... ism, Spencerism, Tyndallisin andIngersol ) > by a woman who wanted to has running; water upon it and a splendid muck pond near that will afford very ue. "
him, paid for a breach of JlrOmlMoanll
marry nirable fertilizer for vegetables. Unex-
c. ism, the churches are numerically Department
IK'CH asked to elope by a married 20'IO Acres land from two to three miles of Bl'lIe\'lew
H stronger than they were a century ago- of the ; fifteen hundred acres celled In Fits and Prices.
One most
stronger In proportion to population, woman. important best hammock, balance >o. 1 pine and mixed land. Price $:5OO per acre. Part of decSMm
facts Fuller' experience| demonstratesis the tract will be sold to nit purchasers
{ that ia if statistics
recently given are
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I the of ,
success judicious advertising
,,'. correct. It is claimed that in 18W there of 44 .\('re'I'r1 best pine land, 7 miles from 01'811\,2 miles from the S S & .
he method
late has
for of loptedjthat. 'u u
> GO
> TO
k 1 were only seven members of Protestanti Railroad Cheapest land in the state at fWO.
I supplying thl'at'anl'y in his family. At
churches every 100 of our population. one time he had advertisements running Property on the beautiful Lake Weir at from $iO to 150 per acre. FIRST-CLASS !
t By 1850 the percentage had men to fifteen in thirteen ditlerent paper and was engagerl One thousand acre land from one to three miles of Silver Springs Park
and the census of 1870 showed it to from
to seven of his correspondents: at ten to fifteen dollars peracre. 1 .
be seventeen and a half In 1830 one- -1-1FOIT
fifth of the entire population were members > once. The result of his advertisingwhen i. 31 acres ebaring orange and lemon grove in hammock land on Lake Weir within
Protestant churches. The growthof tabulated shows that he has re half mile of Chautauoua roun"8. There are about 1,i0)( orange and 50 lemon : KINO: AVKXVB, : : : UOXTEZCMA BLOCIOpposite
the Catholic church, according to the l't'h'tIn his lifetime 1100 auswcrs with tosuch This is a very line investment at f2,().)(). -( Methodist> Church.

of its has been aJn'rtl14&'Ulentsl.: corresponded and oak land near the famous lIarris
figures l publication, even propostcl SO acres pine and Bishop
250 women, ll'jtinuit, been accepted orange grove on dlm2
remarkable. In 1800 only two of Lake Price f10 acre
more Orange) per
85 timed, rejected 34 times, received
everyone hundred inhabitants were 400 photographs, had six blonde SOO acres high rolling hammock and mixed land, three miles from Ocala. This
Catholics In 1850, seven ; in 1870, is admirably adapted to vegetables and all the JAS. T. LANCASTER
wives and one brunette ; cue wife was property tropical fruits. .\ tine Investment ,
In and
twelvesand 1880, twelve one half red-headed. lie has two children. He at price, $10,000. J .

Oar population increased tit) per cent, says he regards his present wife, whomhe Three cottages. 3 and 4 rooms each, all papered and nicely -1-i
in the from 1350 to 18SO
thirty ,
but in the mime years jteriod the Protestant got in response to persistent advertising for one year at $83 each, situated on three one-half:? acre lou, all enclosedwith2Spalin LEADING
the best of the lot. well of water within six REAL TATE DEALER
lie has blocks
churches increased their membership la as hopesof fence, good of court.bouse *'e In nice
: a this country 135 per cent ending hU days with her, but keeps portion of city. Will pay 14 per cent on price asked, $1SOO."l" -

; ,p one eye on his record and U not too IQrThe above is only a partial list of lands I have for sale. Should fail I

Mr.. Dillon superintendent of the sure If he is dissapointed he save he find description of property to pease you, write for price, describing as you, to OCALA, : : : : ; : FLORIDA

9 Western Union, telegraph\ service, in will report to advertising, which, he practicable your wants, and I will promptly describe property that will suit near you. u dip
thinks, U the surest and most satisfactory I have from $> '
la In that
Jacksonville, town Inspecting Opera. Remember property per acre upward
of getting wife. An Fuller
) t tor Needham'a new office .lie also went way a SPECIALTIES.
In health and 45 of GEORGE McKAY
good only years age, ,
# out to the Exposition grounds, took a and
Surveys and Maps neatly promptly made.
he add these
critical look at the building, and said Itt may yet to figures ARCHITECT AND BUILDER,
f MORAL-It pays to advertise. Deeds, Mortgages, etc. carefully and safely drawn.
was larger, better built and in every way Title searched and abstracts made.
q a Bopenor structure to the Bub-Tropical l Returns for assessment made. DESIGNS) AND ESTIMATES

; 4' building at Jacksonville, which cost Sunday the various pulpits of our Taxes for non-residents. -Furnlahed
{ paid
on -
t y0. .s $40,000, while the expense of construct.. churches will be tilled by distinguished general supervision of non-re '.Interests. t

s = lug can WM barely half that sum. Baptist clergymen, who have been at Will attend to sheriff's, tax and all other kinds of public sales --oOrttca8ramaaccs -
tending the convention. We trust our -1- : i t Onnf and 8UU>s s4
F' If{Drop 'into' Welbe'. and regulate you citizens will see that all the pewi'are OCALA HEB7LORH: i
ti fine-$ecen. filled. J. T. LANCASTER, Heal Estate Dealer, I I I I I Goats Fla. 1.AJ1

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Semi-TropicalExpositioni_ !

Exposition, incorporated under the laws of the State ol Florida, will open ati -- j

MALI, MARION 0 i COUNTY, F FThis PLORTDA nv A RY 29t i II '18.8'9, .f

CLOSE MAY FIRST 1889. 1 1i i' ,

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This will he an Exposition! of Pomological, Horticultural and Agricultural products of Florida, and her soils, timbers, woods, minerals and live stock\ and addition. articles : )
and products of general interest from all. States and countries. Entry i is open to the'world for the display of its products. No charge for entries nor : fpaee for the products or i., (
manufactures of Florida. 1
The United States: Experimental Station for improvement and development of products indigenous to this !section has! been located contiguous to our exposition' grounds.teJT'We r,
invite exhibits: of all description:,, particularly those pertaining to the arts mechanics and agriculture, guaranteeing uniform courtesy to all <,xhi ,itorM. r; I

CASH PREMIUM LIST, $2,600. 't .r

GEORGE "". WILSON, President. WM. FOX. First vPresident. IK. 11. KNIGHT, Second Vice-President ::1: i

C. '''''. CAMPBELL, .It. General Manager. G. S. MAYO, Treasurer J. O. CLARK, Secretary. 'I j I Ia


mnc Filst NatiOQaI B3Qki TIle Nlerclmnts'\' National Bank{ Anti --l T11KAIOIIODOIY- ;-. rug. ::< *I'

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Ocala, Florida.NO. ) --OF OCAIEE, -AND -
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Paid Up Capital, '" Authorized Capital, SURPLUS, :'MJfiO.OO ; i '; OP STOCK

$50,000. $150,000.
Quality of Good and Low prices.
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Bring now tttabHnhed in our new and elegant Hank l/uibliny wf art Jtrejxirtd to qua ,,
:(I.ocaled ueit door to Flnt National Bank- }
antte fJt faction to all.
A. McINTYRE: C. rIiErt.:: General Ranking bu tint 'trannacltd Exchange bvugld and Jd. BmtlMA

[ 7,000.00 COMPLETE J.IXE- i
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One of the finest and l hest equipped l banking houses! in the State owned by the -
Lank. We have special facilitien for making Collections on all accessible points. F. DUNN, K.:I'. DISM\ UKES,
I We will extend every courtesy and favor to our customers consistent with Bale CHA8.UHEINAUEU J.A. EINHTKIN,
oankingand shall give prompt and careful attention to all business entrusted to us HARVEY KNIGHT, WM. ANDERSON, ,
i We solicit your BANK ACCOUNT and all business In our line, and J.C. PEUINE:, I. M. THAYElt,
[guarantee entire satisfaction. R. B. MtCONNELI:

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[Importers & Traders National Hank, Now York, N. Y.; COnKFJH'OXDEXTS t : f ; .

outhern Bank of Georgia, Savannah. National Park Bank of New York.: Mavencf Aatutnal Hunt of Uottun. 4
Rational Hunk of Saivnruih Otnryin. -AT-
& Special Correspondent in all important cities in the West. Mercantile Ranking Company, Atlanta. Loti.riUtliJ" ,ig ibmjKtny, Louisville, A'y.
dert .. nw1489 A. E. DELOUST.


New\ Jewelry Store C. F. BREWER & CO. .
naIa News DepotLARGEST 1 -THE--1 -LEADS IN THEWatell -
Shines replete with everything Inbi.8
Finest Livery in the City line. Call ami examinefor

-0- -0LEADING G 1, Clock! Jewclr( \\ C Strings for Musical youl'Kelf.Instruments. a HEADQUARTERSPIANOS
Work on repair of Clock and Watch 1
STOGKjLowest lm Sl-M Guaranteed.
LINE! Rhelnauor's Old Stand. '
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[ Prices I Ior DENTI8'tS, -DIAlZU I__ -urn-
Repairing a Specialty.0 .
any 8\ore:1D Soatbera florid nTt the mo.t luxurious appointments and belle ALL KINDS OF FURNITURE.0 .
equipped dental room la the 0ute of Florida Musical Instruments I .
--0- Both members.of the arm Ukoroofblr preparedprofes.tonallr. ---0-
[L DODD ISRAEL, FLA. Tb putUe rMptcUour r urlt .
OCALA Inrrri
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: to call and lIupeec their AOM 1 a room 1 sad o. Tats eo.pm.&fQC&
aI1.a1 N.w rcb4Btf l' Vttioiul' Beak B uUdlfif. Cast LOCATO ox Wit BIDS OF SQ .u- Ala>>Low J>au:_: ... OCALA. FLA ,
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+i' C. L. BInI (J FR, I
', Buelnes Manager ,

-Eyerl""Unlf Fence Posts. :

A cfrrespondenfof the Wtttern Rural iJ
y makes the following! rather hard-to-Uj- (
hev, but possibly correct statements."I .
discovered many years ago that
wcxxl mold be made to last longer than
'' iron In the ground, but thought the proce .
i simple and inexi>ensive that it was .
r '' not worth while making any stir.about 5
I it. I 'would as soon have poplar or LM t
i' wood; ,or quaking ash as any 1101118 after
having teen set seven \eAtn, that were
y .' M BOund when taken up an when first :
put In the !ground. Time and weather }
t eeenaed to have no effect on them. The ,
post can be preyed for less than two I :
cents apiece. I '
' For the benefit of others, I will give I .
'1 the recipe! Take boiled linseed oil and I IItlr /
''r it In pulvized charcoal to the consistency ,
of paint. Put a coat of this over
, the timber, and there is not a man that
r: +? will live to Bee It rotten.

Send Them Along.

To'the People of Marion and Surrounding

', Countiti: .
The Florida International and SemiTropical : $ [
Exposition building will be ;
ready to receive your exhibits on Jhe20th
inst. The opportunity is now for '
you to make one ol the grandest exhibits i
r of the productiveness and resource of a
grand country ever presented. All matter
,, directed to care General Manager will be
carefully attended to. Please be promptin
shipment and explicit in directions.Yours .
*. General Manager.. I.
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ii Our public schools are doing finely. A \
'4' Everything Is in prim working order. 0.
'k The teacher* are competent, and I zealous
in their labors to advance the pupils,
,and. the latter taking a hold ot their
I'a ',studies and making marked' progress. ; :
.'' 'M LetIhe patrons help on the good' wprk
by oct'aAlonally\roJlplojl\ into(the schools /

I stimulating'both pupils and encouraging and teachers.and by .

your presence. We desire to say strangers $ .4"I'
are also. cordially invited.
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.Mr, B.. F. Hopper, one of the Park's ,
substantial citizens and reliable contractors
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; made this office a pleasant call today
and inserted an ad in the weekly, .
y. which 'Me" desire all the nou-reaident'
L ; 'nbscrlbew ot the paper to read.

r: Miss Laura LeConte, one of Anthony'sfair
school tt'&cher"J i is \'IICltlnlCIIM: "
'"' Eflla pells, her. .sister in the educational' :
: field.: "
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yt'' Mr, Ed W. Pugh, he. IlAw saR's entertaining ,
'Anthony correspondent, took In \
T .; the minstreU last night
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\ -ALL K1ND8 OF- In seeking to get the best and most

". OILS, .STATIOXCIIY, Ton..I for jour money,
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Y' In' *Complete' Stock. I I"Y Ii .RIIRIGIIT

i \V. handle Done bu the flnert bmiJ of elgr US U1t1.tS$ED IX
'BMuSqaknen for Wall"lirer aDd O"rJen Hoeda. In your.t+elertionofa trading place: ? I

' ; WIliailT: "& FUAZEIt, You say! you trade with I

+ ; rcmuc SWAB* It' t OCALA FLA KOWKLL ?
t' y .2.2y SmSl'I. Thoroughly .

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is the place for the
/.Wdw Y WCK. : ..
Beei and the Cheapest lIe
'{ } t'' 1 i nNlS .l.BPCIALI2'Y. : ; has the only Shoe Store foa .XXKMI Arrir : :

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in .Marlon County.
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