The Ocala banner
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 Material Information
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 28, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002052272
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lccn - sn 88074815
System ID: UF00048734:00128
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THE 1-LOUWA UtTEllSATlOSAL AXD SEMT-TKOptCAL EXPOSITION ntiiRlry Circus atJCrjslnl Hlvcr. I'mgrnmntP For he Opening 1)1t1; CITY & COUNTY

kind that of the Hciiil-Troplrnl.
-- -- -- -- -------- Being the first of the ever DIRECTORY.m.1 m.
visited Citrus county, notwithstanding' Order of )procession!' leaving the squareat
tins water that spread over the country 2 I'. M. :
decende'ti Exposition' Band. CITY OFFICERS,
and the copious showers that
1 and baptized the multitude, it wan the Carriages containing otlicers nnd directors \. "II'rkI'M IAOr-llr.. A.Thins Kni, (I I'.n.!. Gary
1 most glowing red I letter show day that of KxiHmition.: IA"'hAI-C'\ K.: Kail.
Militia I 1'olliTtor .p. limlMon.
witnessed in that balawick or
was ever
An .
"t )r-1 K: Mrlrrr
likely: to be again for many a dav. The Boards of Trade. TivMirrr-K. R. snow.Ion.rrrii.lrnl .
circus that all pronounced a snide who City officials of t'utlllt'lI-Jno K. l'imn. P
saw it, charged the good people of Citrus Time Press. lUinninf AMt-rnieu-J. .'. 'InjaB K.: W. Agnew,
J. T. ..
UnvAMirr. It. Hoo10.0.
John A. U
county 75 rents admission' while their Ministers of t th + Gospel.Invited >*tulih. II. 11'. rhsodler,1. Mrwiii- andV.. O. Mara
regular price was only tl ('(.ntl'. and then 1 guests. shall.
by the most. |ersistent' and glaring attempts Fire Company.I, sanitary In>|I.t'f.tor \\'. T. "'I ins, :.

(, at robbery in making i change to Hook and I addcr Company. COUNTY OFFICERS.
those whobouttht tickets, added insult' to Mechanic County: : : Jmk'i'-KU'lntrd MvinaUir..
.E6.61+ foninv OirlIV A. Milli-r.:
N h11FIIllli; fii ( Mercantile
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\ injnrv. If :i $10: Mil was handed the reprrsentation.rKor.li !Slu-rllT-K: Ullllam*.
ticket seller, he would take ont the! prim \:\I M E. Axwwior. l Mathewi.VlliTtnrll. .

of the tickets purchased give the' additional Grand overture.,.......................(,'til 11)8 (Tn.' .nrorK.. T w r artnuuln.ten. ntra.
change In silver up to $,), then JoXJ'OSititHI.llItl: \ -( Toet 1\1I.ll't'al"ltl1t." ) Sinwrliitrndont: oflnilillc, Inntrm'tton-M. 1.
hand a one dollar\ bill with it for the 1'111', KlvmlnKtonloiintjr
other 5. If a f20 bill was handed him Prayer......................Rrv. ('. B. \Vilmer i'autrnnsndoncnt-1m. W. l. tnn, W. P.
L- he would give three $1 bills fur $5 and Opening! chorus-(Mt \'Oit.t'II-IIII1It'r) direction Tranthtm.11"111"111." M.Ih Rein, K.S. Perth W. I'. Wll- 4

the correct amount of silver to make up of Prof. (Hlnhnr..O.\t.ltf'dl.1 \ The 'utility Commiaiiloiien! incvt the flrnt Monday
the (20.: The crowd was immense and cated 1 to the t.l1It.Tro\'il'aII.xJlII"itloll.\ : | In every month
M'hnol iioard-. K. HarrU. 1... \Vrtmann,
in the rush and push to get tickets, many Address' of 11'\.!ttlllw..l'rt.shlt.nt'IIMon M. ;S. MIIWT, A. It. irtltin.\ I'. LI i l urtmn, ,,
would nut look at their change! until too rch.dIAnmlnit-its'' '
_. _. Declaring Ex: |posit Ion open.\ tMnudsyineverytnonth- r
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late and when discovered and a demand :Musio' -(!Selection)...........,......rr... .......r. COUNTY BOARD OF HEALTH
II ILL 0/7AY .17 OLII..1.! Fl."., JAM'AliY! 'II< made to have the error corrected the ...... ... ....Concert Waltz-(Nautasket]) rrcnldvnt: Dr. T. I', (Rasp +.
agent could l not be found. One! party, hkrmtary-'apt. K. II. Khhantnon.MvmUTiDr.
-- Hejiort.,......(ieneral Manager Campbell\I U. A. "smith Anthony r Mcnr d ,
--- -- however who swindled in that
was way, )1. 1'1. M 11II.'r 11110111. II. Irvln. Jr
BUDGET OF HOME NEWS Mrs Wm. A. :Smith the Florida representative appealed to the sherilT, who went to themanager Cornet solo.......................Prof. Colby
of the New York HV>rW. ac- and said unless restitution was Oration..................Hon. R. L. Ander-on\ ITt'Kl.lont-J. K. Nunn TRADE. ;
-- .-=--- :Mr. of the madeiie would instantly take the whole ,
l'olDlalliphy Ihirvy, t'UlI.lrA! .OvturturuLustS1( ,id ) Vic rn-nldont-ll. A. Wvalhen.htfri'tary '
State took in the l..,nntles and wonders menagerie in, out of the wet. The demand I! -Win. KOI.
I C. L. BITTINGER.nty Editor of HomosafcKa Itn.1 l her loud worked like magic. Another Dedication......... ............ ..................... Ikwn1orhweruorw--A.1'I Man Jr. e. ..Khelnanrr t
Stf( Miiiir 'praises I ........C. K.: Merrill editor Tiinet-I'nivn Jno. 10'. iMinn. J. II. LUincoton. 11. A.
---=---=--- :- lv. The fishing WI\a "splendid' and New party got $5 back in the same way. Notwithstanding \\"Atht'f'I111.. 'US and.M W.wM": ..IIy. ..l.
York Citv and )l'o'ton were (,inks the circus' outrageous II Musio; ,. (Selection.Tlantation) :MelodiesKVRVIXO. BUILDING AND LOAN"AS3OC1A.::
The minstrels to-nillht. against each other for "miperionty in.. treatment of the people, the tent was TION.

+, Wedgewood; i oc-dgar at Sanders. Try it. angling the member of the tinney tribe 1 I crowded, but the Citrus folks were disgusted O|>en air concert..................... .......... ... I'n-tldvnt-! H. \\ llmer. ,{
K 0 a side. In the liisttound, Boston led at the meagerness of the enter .....Band .stand on Square} : at S o'eln.k.MARION 1'rcalJent-Kd., and Tn'Allurl'r.1.011111. l>eloiict.htvtrtary Fox w6 Ili.stnl
in number but tier New York ll'orld'srepresentative tainment.
'Squire Dodson of Summertield is attending
ol DlnK-tun J. T. Lancaster Uaao8ti.hnih UtOIKIK
court. swept the deck in size. I. Hruwn, M. Jl'tMlu l I. A. K. DvlouMV! 11. I.
The contest continues and it may take a Ilobbery. SUcharlaiiand It. A. llnrfrrd.

:. Mr. Hugh !Haycraftand wife paid' their week to close it. .0. charmed are these Mr. Johnson,one of the tie contractor/I \ 'OPERAHOUSE.iOSK OCALA RIFLES

parents a visit over Sunday. gentlemen with what confronts' and surrounds on the 1 S. S. O. & G. U. 11., at Crystal! ...... ...................... ..... .... ............................. ('aptsln-Oleo. A. Nft. h.KlrM .
l.leutrlianl-K.{ II..Me(onnelL
them. River paid oil! his men Yt'tlh'rdayalill .i j.
Stunt l.li'iupimiii- I' E.11'Illmems.Forty .
+ The court house yard is being cleaned most of the wealth went wait alwaysdoes \ i ii McmU'rt.
'up and a very desirable Monday's workit In 1839 n New York l boy> ten years old, with the colored laborer on such .. FIRE COMPANY. ..t
AIuiiT liNLl''I
proves. named Williitn Tierce, killed I'tis; father. occasions the way of the; skip game." ............ ......................I:: ('hle'I-T. l>. lan"ph'r. 4
There was ample evidence of insanity, fete Ashley found himself minus his .'on'mll-I Khelnauer.

11' Mrs. Dr. Weston cf Blue Sprint is hut at tha' tune I the New York court hard earned wages by night and to makeup i 1 FIRST"AITKA; i :,: : RA JJCK"'M"VKALA": : :: .; :!!?I 1 1li Second Flnt Hi!i awlMant->I la"tu.1I1I1'ollt.. (i. Manthall..
happy in the visit of her sister Mrs did not recognize insanity as a plea in for his hard luck preyed upon a fellow Scvntsry-J. II. Mallett.Twrnlyilve {1U
Gibbs and an old-time friend, Mrs. defense of murderers Younjr Tierce workman last eight, relieving\ him I OORTON's' (' :; utvmlHTi. ,
Briggs, both of :Michigan. was found guilty, saved from the gallowsby of U 17.50 in cash, II pair of new .shoes and HOOK AND LADDER COMPANY.
a recommendation to mercy, and sentenced a revolver and ht" out and went to .. i're.ldrnt-Abrem I'alnier.
If Charles Sausely, of Olivia :\Hnn., in in,,I \\p trm.penitentiary, for life. He the next .station, Citronellu to take up the : :;! !: il.| ;iNi Nj !Hi| ;!iT T:| RJ\ JKJ: K: il.|: !.,::| 'JH.8. AwlKtant Foreman\VclU II k. KUhanlnon.I lIt'n.a. I

{ the city inspecting the county: knit Vt lie was recently pardoned by Governor morning train to Ocala. But as the boys li lI ; : 1'wrnllIIt'DII"" *,..,
finds a place that suits' him will locate Hill. Fifty years ago he went behind had money they protowil|. to come to ..!!II!...!:?] Jl! k! ?' *)! If'* r'mil LULULA LODGE NO. 21, I. O. O. F. f
and become a )permanent settler. the bars a child ; he came out the other Ocala and enjoy the forbidden pleasures
day a gray-hairwl, man, broken in health of the social club! and when the robber .in an ami t ,! I'Meet C'tt'r11'ut'i 1iiy evening., ] V

Messrs. Wills and Gulick, respectively penniless, without a future and with a boarded l the train, allot 1 the gang, somu i ; W.W. II.M.
I, of Iowa and :Minnesota the latter accompanied past full of horror and bitterness.The. twenty in number, t'lltfor t he dcst'toiler, !: MTik'RN"MiS8TRKI.SY'i!.i.)| : :: : { : :!1 !IMoiidi!!:j y7jati.2s';: !!:: :: 1 viMltliiK\ a..r..lhf'f'll'ur.II"U, liivlu-
I and fora little while it looked as if they OCALA CHAPTHH NO.
his the 13, R. A. M.
bv wife were among published menu' of the supper of ... 'I
delighted eight-tlt>erlj at Homosasea yes- the inaugural ball leads to the conclusion I would eat up) the oll'ender. Without ;: Bleriitnl'First: I'arl, I'irwian' ;( .:tog i::':;'Carnival; : i i, Ocala 'IIAI.lff| No. l.i, K. A.M. Convocation!

erday.A that the republicans are inclined to import *ceremony li.rltl: ) of the they searched.and him the and revolver found !Turkish. : ..1'atrol. ,........(..CrenceM..Quartette..:....:,....r.r.: lint Monday innlillii every month.II. W. Lose, Ii. r
; money ;
special venire Lae been ordered by cheap French words!, somewhat I the shoes! were non ttt. .................! I'RIIfl., and (joc. !i................. J. S. FMAZXB., ferrHary.The .
the instead of I 111'l rl hold School .1I.llIO'tal
damaged by journey < 11,11"|> Hnnday 'Ii
the court for seventv-tive juryrcen to be I All the way up on time train his companions Heat on sale Orals Jlciue *'Igar beans. n-rvlcc Sunday niornliiK, at AKiieM'i' hall talmi .i+
selected) to try Coffee for the rout ler of making use 5Jr" American nomenclature.Among }> taking compassion on the thief, :::::: . .. .. .t.. .. .. : : : :::;: ircnrhliii| every at night at regular hour, andi Ii
young Hammond at Cotton Plant last thP dishes! announced are : were making an fllort to raise the mining ,Invittvt.i njccilng every Ue "Oysters! o fa /uldle.) cold. ham a la .'/Q1It-<
cummer. five dollars and a pair of shoes, in which 1iI
J'Wrflll'IJ.Jlt< dt fui grail (what that 114)) aIn
-- case the man w ho was robbed said he
The'namnof the new hotel at LC Roy JIarriton, /. rrine of game o fa Mortem, "ollhlenlt'rtaill malice in his heart
will be the Mantanza and under the etc. The inaugural committee would! uguinst hisotltmdiugbrother no and let him .............. ........... ...:. ..............:..:.......................... ( ': ( MiKAY, "

A management! of the (loputar J. I U. Olol.k- have shown greater consistency bv l I''pnt- slip clear of the law-but in case the UUILDKU
ton, the Peoples' Homestead\ Company's! ing this! menu in intelligible KnJlish dflii'it was not made) good, the felon's ::: 1..1. B. .Jl.7.." AKCIIITKGT AND d
: ::::::::::: i iJ :::
agen t. \ rather than in mi lit FreV cell awaited the hold I robber roan Hu ........... ... ............! ......... niCHIONa' AND ESTIMATES

\.. I" ) The S. s-::
day to lIomtr" ely pat the Butlum Loan and Trust Com pan)', Kallrouil Accident. .
ronized), owinsr I tlWB Eit"i"i. state( at Stanton: pl\ieliaig better half and babya -
btU .TIBi* who did The evening train on the S. S., O. & G. "iMPORlWrifliOJTlIiCiEi' I
of the weather go visit atf'itronelle. Citrus county, yesterday ][ On-fuJ\IIJIIIH :: I OrA liKe lind 8lstb.
railroad met with serious and
quite a
bad a very pleasant time. wheie ;Mrs. U. and that precious .
--- --- - -- which might (have proved a disahterous (OCALA KUWir.
Beginning this morning the S. !S. O. (,i j. baby are and visiting. grandma.papa and mama awlgrandpa accident Saturday\ evening on its way to l.aJl JIll

passenger trains run a* follows : Arrive \ --- Ocala from lloinois, near Park! Place,

from lIomula+a8:4a.: : in.; IeaveOtala at :Mr.\ JO: t'l'h' T. Meadows. one of the in Citrus county. It apjK-ars' the truck ofa ........ ...........'......... '.... -' ....... .. '" ''' ...' ......... tsNOWDIN) : A. McFAHLANK:,

9:20: a. m. for Dunnellon and! ..returningfrom gallant heau's of Anthony is in town box car became detached, broke tho ......: : ; .....
there at noon. Leave Ocala at $::3u courting but from tile troubleI look on coupling: and thiew the car across the 4

p. m. for Homotiassa Joe's manly fan she is not the kind of a I II track. The )passenger coaches" in the ................ .. .:.......... .:... ... ........ .:................................ ALL KINDS OF FURNITURE.
I. gal llie fancies sitting up to. rear struck the wrecked car with such
Deputy McCaa hwooped' down on a force as to seriously demolish the end ol -0-
whole congregation of Methodist y't1p1. i. Mr. C. :M.: Br< wn, the successful orange the first coach,, scattering boxes and ... Tucr :JIxvrTK IVNCCTTUM or TIIIIH COIIPU11'.
terday at Suinmerfield, and\ summoned grove producei, will make his headquarters packages around in such a lively manner :: HTIK'K *NI> IXlW I'MILCH

the males for jury duty.the His advent. his in. the is First National Hank, where and the persons) in it, as to seriously r"iT'...............::...t..........rE""L.........::............'tjlES'Y"I ..................:...! 1m .1411t r l
in meeting.Mr. desk fitted
created quite a tlutter now being t up. crush the leg) of Mr. Marry llolley, one t
TO TIW.IJ'/ ( 11'41'I.D IIKK TO lit
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of the engineers of the road, and Knocking
Brantly A. Weather, the junior The Allred Houto is doing a splendid the wind out of Mr. I l eckie, by i .......................... .. : : : ': .....
member of the extensive wholesale business. One day last week its register throwing him against a mailing dente! i It. .ha some.t house of E. W. Agnew A Co., departedfor noted the arrival of sixty guests. The that was being arranged in the car, and (I DrugWHOLESALE
New York this morning, where he daily average i i" about forty. completely} demoralizing\ a negro brakeman 1 .: :Housewives: ::?: l l
goes to replenish, their stock of goods. The Florida. Tress Association in their been, extinguished who :thought forever.his head Fortunately light had i-j :::. .I I Ifetlre. :.Ui:lake: :advantage: < :of.our: ::::::::::: !j -0---
eleventh annual meeting, will convene at I :
Doctors NewBora and'eal., Marion'sdelegates the train was only moving at the rate of IMMENSE STOCK OF GROCERIES I
to the Florida State Medical Tensacola, Florida Wednesday, Febru. miles hour which j !
six an is probablythe
13 1689. .
be held at St. Augustine ary '' '
Conference to only thing that did not cause a loss : Hut do nut think we deliver them; ;;e thereannounce ; ;

to-morrow, left on the noon Dn train. Call around at Weihe's and get the newrailroad of life. The engine was brought into the i j ... .... .. : ...thai ........ -ANI-
j They were accompanied by Gary time table. city, and returned itin a wren-kmpg( train, j i WK WILL DELI\Kit ALL J/U'JIJJ:1J i if j

. and Ellis. which succeeded in clearing the track in : .. .. .. ... ...... ........ I

IUJUKD-wt Sunday by ''Souire Cheap. llarnr M. time to permit the Sunday excursion to :f! .,.UIulCh&...........Irnm... .err.. .,..Ui.....any.......part........of...lh. *...city......,..with....... i Retai I DrugsALI I
down- !
Summerfieldalter Hob- Just received a lot of fine buggy whip" |)1i&>IIt IMtOMI'TNKHH: AM ))1Io\'I'CIiI

Dodson mwr J. :Miss L. at I"mlth'lIlhop. djari28'2t wfebl. ---- .i ... .... ....... .... ....... .......... .. ..... ... i I
erts to Miss Mattie Lowry.of what Lucky Kocape.: ::::::.::Our Grocery Department I : :::: -
marm" was L
was the "school Nichol FineHlock fur Kale. Mr. Shyster! had a double barrel shut i ... :: e. ... ::... !
'I formerly known as the Widow Car load of home and mules and very gun the block of which' he intended to In tkaryt U no Hoist -ALI':KINDH OKOII -
Del hborhood. fine Jersey cattle, to be sold cheap for mend, and with that object in view he .. : i.
took it to !Sweets' blacksmith shop. The : ,ITS K. .' f.LI.ACA' aMet4kl&rr'i : I H HTATION11tY'Co1LIT
l cash at H'lOt'lIli\'t'ry "Ia le. jalhtf ... .. ,

A rehearsal will be held of the to'night"SemiTropicalChorus" will at the meet hx-at: Fine Tfia JIor* r*. question was about wan to put place: "the Is it barrel loaded in the as lire he i I ::: .::::::: :::. :: 114:almost btcome.':::: ::::::::::: -AND-

r. position Methodic building.church Singers;:.11':. where them vehicles to the Texas Two! bon car-loads*)* will of arrive flue grade next Thursday.For northern. -minutes"Oh, no afterwards, the gun is the not heat loaded"caused A few the I A ;',.HouseholdVord.! : .,!! i iI I FANCY ARTICLES

will be in waiting to convey Let there be a sale thea).. Inquire of gun (which by the way wax loaded) to ; ;

I Exposition: grounds. IJjwdtd J. W. }'&A11110N. discharge its contents, scattering the I .............................. :..........:...:........ ...............1 I In Complete Stock I
1 grand rally. __ fire and salient in all direction, and causing .

t. Messrs. Ashley and- Own of l Rowland Notice. > a half dozen bystanders to turn pale' :...BENJAMIN. .. .!. ..)!..&. ; ..FOX.J; -0-
Blue" last week AH friends of the Young } t'Ople'.8r"clety I with fright. Fortunately no one chancedto
r. Spring
wfth KvL armed their families and will make that of Christian Endeavor who are be lu the hne of the gun and all were 1 I I i iI l lI. w. baodlo DAM turf the flocat brand ot cigars t

their home. They have willing to entertain one or more delegates vastly more scared than hurt, the owner ............ .... .. .......-- Ua4 to/ beautiCullla'e purchased; apart of the Lumbkin home. to the State Convention February I not the least among them. : ::: :: ;= : WUIGIIT A. FllAZEIl,

Jtead. The Blue Springs; school will be 21 and 22, will pleas notify nome member I of harutta call I. :.:::::-::.I..lmF.lj .f. :::::::. ,
If wants good kt
1\. augment by exactly one families dozen scholar of the M. church T. J. society Ilurro, Sec'y' ; at Smith'you Harnet Shop. wdjan27 t2' --... .. -... _., ...I...": ..._- r'pucsqoun : 1 : : ouu-ru.*JamJ ,
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THE OCALA DAILY n ANKER.R Fiom the Times-Union. ellon are within the bonier of :Marion The I Honorable. Newton BlIti-h.ofLevy
,." and brother of our Dr. Witch,
---- -- con n" county
FLORIDA'S GREAT HtRMONIZER\ "lI l.1 up!" cried} the Tim, [,'niQl1 man. ma.le'tfle ) ) \' lUsxxRapoicallto-p | .DrugLine l lo

-- "I didn't know that I should strike such --- ------- --- -- lm
A CHAT WITH Till:: 1'ltISIUI': a rich vein when I led the conversation For Sale.

M, OF TJI1J SKMI-T110IMCAL: KX-: up to the. subject of the? Exposition. If At the Second IIauditor in the :MontezuniR )
t in thus I fear
are to !go on way you'llget
rosiTiox.DUcord you
exhausted"and the Timn.,l'nion block 1 largeS! lid range ; one THE PLACE TO FIND THEM
: four burner gasoline move with oven
to his custom ordered a
and ,'e'Rlou"1111 IJllllftl- small man, contrary hot in order to refresh the and 2 fial oil.\\ .stoves.H. -IS AT- ,

l>>>C'ftr.ThC''Rlllt Resource of the President of the Exposition As it hat I E Y )NiK( i\c\ O., Th1' Ocala Plum DR. DELOUEST
Section Clf which Marlon
County set before the pair, the latter took a fresh hers Tall :ind examine: their fine ,t'k ,
l Is Ilio Head e"'f'r-A Potent Factor start in this wise I ,
and pet go'.il work at Tea-'oll.\blt' prices.dSMoclm -(\\'KI Sins Clt'AR.UI. .:.)- ,
for Gong "Tlie Exposition! is located on fortvarrl'4

of land continguous to the of ___
\ city \ I I I I I I FLOItlDA ,
Mr. Geo. W. Wilson President of the Ocala and all railroads, are connected: The He" (hum:cry, Magn.iia:\( (< U '

--- -- Florida International Seuai-Tropical with the grounds The main building. I the place to buy \onr \!iw..n"'". 3m 81.85SJ.BIRDSEY&COI

F. E. HARRIS 'is i :.TOO) feet front. 1-30 feet in depth, and 7.ACHAIUAS, Propiietor.d3hleclm .
Editor. : in the two
Exposition| was city a day or
R; m) feet peak. The entire premises will -- --- --
; --- -- since and way seenhy I, a icpresentativeof lie supplied with }pure artesian water

OCALA, FLA., JANUAR S3, 1839. the Tiit'a-l'n\on\ in t the parlors! of the electric lights. steam all "' and" ample TRAVELER'S GUIDE.t 1

i Seminole Club. In addition to his high accommodations for exhibits ,

attainmentsas. a practical man of business "Its no use, :Mr. Wilson\! : I shall haveto Schedule of the S. S, O. & Q. R R.

'+ Any live within his of go down and !see' the Exposition} myself Leave Ocala .................................. ;.15., v. -0Wholesale- r
man can incntue. Mr. Wilson is' also a student -and rest awunjd the Times-Union Homoeamia............................,.... 4.15 P. M.
The live without problem we inconio.want to see solved! is 'to science and a lover of literature, and his. ",111110 your enterprise justice!'\ F. C. Cl P. R. R. (Old F. R. & N. Line.) & Retail
r an Continuing: Wilson said that in
wide experience with the men and the Schedule.
his opinion the Ocala Exposition| would --DEALERS INHanhvarc --
of the world has make |
affairs helped
Honesty seems to be aLwlutely: playedout. to !he a most j>otent favor in harmonizing SOVTH BOVSD: ,
him one of the most delightful talkers! prove ...................
Joseph A. Moore various rawenger arrives in Ocala.. 6.07 p. M.
trusted the and diversified
a agent!; imaginable. The conversation at the .. .. .. .. ................A.: ->> M. .
v of the Mutual Life Insurance Company, Club took epidemic of Florida.[ can see this alreadv. Freight .. ...,.................1.43 P. MIHOBTH 1 I Groceries 1
has gone wrong for about a cool mi\lion. turn, very and this reluctantly! suggested: the an death of ." he said, "and I feel sure!' hat BOt'D,1! | r< c

j Professor' Proctor and in during the three months in which the Piwnger arrive In Ocala................... 907( A. )I.
In Louslana the consequence, Exposition: will remain open, the peopleof .. ,. ...................11.M p. N. '
country highways asa many interesting anecdules of the great Florida will see more of each other FreighI" ................... 115A.M. -0-
rule afford but
facilities for the
poor astronomer for Mr. Wilson had been for
:, of wheeled carriages, the and come to know each other better than JOHN S. FfUZER OCALA I I I FLORIDA
passage says a friend of that noted scientists
many yean Town Ticket Agent. 8m 31-M
New Orleans ever herMe. Thiienterpri.sewill! not only
licayunf. The
same may and had intimate
p. be said of the Florida roads. ,) relation with him.very i 1'er. attract thousands of tourists to the state, The F. S. R. R. Time Table.
S sons but the session of the American Porno- SOUTH BOVSD.PaMenger .

; It is believed that Mr. James Gordon Hut the talk gradually drifted into the logical( Society there will draw attentionto arrive I In Ocala................... l.M p. M,
affairs of the present' and I :Mr. Wilsonwas the resources of Florida as it ........ ........ f>.r" P. M.
Bennett will noon hrgin the publication asked the Titiui-Union was never Freight ., ................ S.vi *. :M. -AT-
Of a newspaper in London,on the American by man why vet drawn. I can already' see a great and .. .. .' ...................12.05: A. :M
it was that a sentiment existed in Sotitn lasting, good resulting from this enter. I
plan, and with American ideas. lie NORTH BOC5D. '

1 t ; already has one in Paris. America must' Florida, or at least in some portions of prise." ___ _________ Passenger arrives! In Ocala................... 7.1A A.M. I
< )lead the world. it, antagonistic to Jacksonville. .....................1J--OP. N.FreeghI" .
0, 1 should\ have to go back almost Tho licaiitloH of the New Constitution. : .... ............ 9..V: A. M,
i into the dark ags to recite all the causes :. .....................12.05 A. :x. I el'
Gen. Harrison' speech to I tie army Fisn s sCan
that ha, \'t' led to t this feeling. An impression
veterans at Indianapolis the other day up The great clamor against! the old Constitution Ocklawaha River Boats. ,

was not very long, but it contained one ,somehow gained ground. that Wits, clothing the Governor Steamer Okanumkee leave PaUtka..............,.....
Jacksonville was dis|") i expression of a particularly important II'-U she could And this in turn appointing power. It wasclaimed Leave Silver !Spring.......................................?....
and character to-wit that he had more despotic autocratic .....
suggestive : made, the "South Floridians all the more Tuesdays Thursday, Saturday, 9:10::< a. m.
I feel that I the ,sentiment of power than the Czar of all the
express every ,
p unxious to get their junt proportion of It,11I1h''r
comrade present *hen I declare hut a free bal Kusslas' and. a great many more words,
i lot honestly expWMtMl and fairly countwl ii the -" 'it' might be. But, do you phrases and. arguments to that t'lfed.tillt.d rniios. P. GARY. M.PHYSICIAN. I' be found one of the
main aafvKuanl of our Inntltutloru! and Its ..111"pretlllon know I think this feeling is disappearing :. the! columns of the average FlorillanewlIl'al'l"f.
under any pretext whatever can not he
:? 1 that
rapidly can truthfully
tolerated.! say The" new Constitution! was to .
I '/ -- 1 do not \b-he\e you will be able to him of this and AMI P BO EOS
strip power give the
"A South Carolina )t'ltHH'rlltwritlnli d'scover' the I'astt."tijo!(' of it in a year right of electing their rulers to the sovereign Rooms, Agnew[ & oary's Blook. OI''L.\ Best assorted (selected and .
from Nashville'renn to the :New York from now. The people of the South are eople.| The old Constitution Twenty-seven year's experience In Florida ,
Trilune, wants to know what sort of a beginning to see more of each other with all its depotic. autocratic featureswas Diseases. d'tjan.iui: lanlO.iT-ly

t' Southern |Policy! the Northern Ke|>(ul>li- than they did formerly: to know each repudiated and I a constitution

can newspapers are \going! to adol.L lie other better ; they are more in sympathy America in feature, giving the peoplethe most (desirable priced

Bays: "Immense {KOrid could be done I bv now than they ever were Lt'fon'alHl right to choose their officers was To Our Lady Customers

those )jx werful I journal, (Great posts| I note a tendency to pull together substituted for it by a.very large! majority !
bi lilies are before Gen. Harrison and theIlenublir'An stronger/: than at any time in my past experience and in view of whiehif the following !

party for the next!' fouryearand -, in Florida. Our is o Marion has, no "dewwitic' ," "autocratic" loot:, -- --- -- -- -- Stock of Dry Goods \r
South and : -- ---- --
Florida --- :
especially in
if the cpportulliU..K are rightly use! does it not have a very paradoxical
county admiie. the stand taken by theWmct'ihrion
many converts may be made among the !sound ?
prominent Democrats of the South. in this )particular-that the Miss: McColgan leaves
interests of all sections of Florida are GOVERNOR APPOINTMENTS. in few for New
to the Times-Union. a days in the
Special City.
Duluth 1 lias had a tremendous boom in an ttxtendcd WIIM identical, and that
-, during! the last twelve months. Over Jacksonville as the leading city of the TALLAHASSEE I'r..\., January 2:>.-The York. We would sjiy'' d 31 dec 4 mW8tCIIQ8Q
w State, Must exert her inlHcncu to promote Governor )has made the following appointments
r: 1,300,000 has been Bint| in improvements to any who have workto
and 782 new buildings (have been the 1'lwrl\llorljf.llf she would pros- today for l Duval county : N.A. .
iys erected at a cost of 12,802,000. Thu clti- |per RIIII I'rolln'4.4.ht'rlodf.. Your editorial Hull, clerk circuit court ; I IUn P. do, that we are' go-

tens of Proctor>> Knott's city is. confident} about a month ago on this topic Smith, tax collector; E. Ii. Van Buren ing to close out our .
made\ most favorable impression 'I ho tax assessor; Win. I..e.lwith, Rl'hoolsuper.
that this. is. going. to beat .the last "
year \
And lay that there) will be at least ltJlJlinew > Timt-limiou has a great field! of usefulness \ intendent; W. C. West, clerk of the winter stock as near

building put up. J Duluth should before it if it keeps on in this workof criminal court of record. No appoint ns possible, and goods
has been made for bheritl.
unification. ment yet ,
give a corner lot to Proctor Knott for the will be hold at cot for
speech that made him famous has made "You refer, I presume, to the position
Duluth famous. taken by the Tintt-l'itu, upon| t the question True lletlemptlon.." the next 10 days We

of a hearty sup|>ort of the OcalaF.XMWitlin The following irom'thtt, Zion Herald, a. will in :L .t1DU: : a> :.1\5JJUI:
----- put a food
The DAILY MANNER informed its readers | i ? :Methodibt"' organ is the most sensible

Home days ago! that Senator Matthew\ Yes. Our. |eople have the success of thing we ever remember: to have seen in spring stock and must --- ----

Stanley Quay would while he is (in FlorIda the EXI"lfil1nn't'ry close to their hearts, a religious newspaper : make room for) it.
make his old friend, (Captain \\Ylnli und, they were much grutilied to see! the The proof that a man hat been redeemed will
broad view which .took of it." be (found nut at the end of hU tongue, but in the A Complete Stock of
visit. He will of yourpaimc
of Welshton, a course, When does Issue or his life He will be a manly man and 'T Very Respectfully,
and properly should, receive a good l deal your LxiHisitiou OIKMI, an active one. The age of religious KURD U about ,
; of atttention from the Hepublicans' of Mr.WiUoii1 eudtnl. It U au nccret timid one may gush -- -- -- -- ------- -- --
Next Tuesday, January 29. You are, and gush mud tlr/ a deceitful amber I or a troublesome '
their behalf there
the county, solely In Gents'
> drone In the t'hurch.ecanriotatrord
of familiar with the and l EHoodE&ENashcEJ.VS.l Furnishing
course" origin
call their attention to I
fore wo desire to to take the evidence' of a warm lip agatnat the
the fact that Mr. Quay says that if before growth of this. enterprise, and are conversant evidence of cold life. If you love your neighbor
asks his influencefor with its aims and objects. It you : deal with him ciuarely, treat himdooeiitly. ;
March 4 anybody aud help him when tie needs 1All
could hardly have better
ouc's-the stimulation
appointment to otlice ho will oppose\ our religion comes to application. Ky their T. LANCASTER Goods.
the apiilicant., Mr. Quay seems to bo in of travel and immigration to a fruiu-uut by the length of Ibt'lrtolllCucll--You ,
"section of Florida that has imeretofortubeeneomimparatively shall know thl"m. The \'AtIork 01 t the church
in I
high favor Indianaixilis andhUopiKtsition i Have calls for cunverttHl men converted enough to \get -1-
would count for a good deal.' you down to hard, everyday work. Thin work can -- --
Let no Republican flloUice to him ever been in Marion county, the centerof be done at home In the chop, the Held, or the LEADING REAL ESTATE DEALER. KKADY
the great Peninsula ?" nlp I The talking; part of the church doubts MADE ,.
is observant
while here. He: an man .
whether other converted lint the
men are ) arm
The Ttmft /""ion acknow
lodged i
and will noon perceive who ought to taikcrs Ib'tnllCh't'IIlJouven..od" The question U a -1-
have them hniMl8 there had always been of apolitical nhiM'klng one, uo doubt, but a muck 1* sometimes -
or "t'mipolitiral'natnrt'] and \ a lilt-Ming. OCALA, : : : : : : FLORIDAWEIHE CLOTHINGTailoring
that he had never had time! to inspect
1 World Correct.! J'-- dtf4
-r Tho
und enjoy that country SA he 1\'ouhlliktl. Tin: ixiouT: IIUSIMSS.
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Mr. Elliott .F. Shepard, In a speech' before "Then come down to the Ex|1"llIition.

b the Lafayette Club last night, des by all means; you will dUll a most beautiful Department Unex-
flared that the llepublicAiis of New country. and a people where lio-.pt- Tho Shipment Front JacksonvilleTor
York city paid four-titlhs of the municipal tality it unbounded.\ (Ocala the seat of the Month ol' December.Iji celled In Fits and Prices.

l taxes and should, therefore, have the fxj)>omlion, it Iot4te l in the centre month there were exported coastwise decSMmI.

representation on all governing board of Marion: county, in the centre of the from that city per water craft, as follows
Tine ttepublicans:. of New York city pay (HMiinsula, and i is the centre of the finest : --LEADS IN 1'1IE-- (I. J. BROKAW

taxes in proportion to their hoMimucs.a and richest portion of Florida Nine- l.uuilr. I.7UI..VX: : ) feel estimated value... fJS.17: :! 25 ,
The laborer who sweeps>> the streets! in tenths of all the oranges" lemons andvegetalIea \ ).. ....... .ra" ") i
1 front of the Vanderhuilt mansion! is just 'grown in Florida are produced Razes orange, ;: ..',300. 4lAiouilUrreU \Watell\ 1 ) 1
as much of lax-III\'er in proportion| to within a radius of eighly miles. rosin, S.MI.?..,,, ........ 7uo (IoU ocr(11C1)l( THE MARION COUNTY NUR-
his means a* Mr. t Shepard, and a!* a sovereign In the quantity and quality of rich, high !Haler ol tottou,1v iO....... 77VK no .
Packages of merchandise l.'J>"). e;'sum> c.l) SEI YAN. .
citizen !he has-or is supposed' to rolling hammock, mixed, and pine land

have just as much voice in the management particularly .adapted to successful agricultural Total ...-177.S39' (60 _-___ i -
of city a tl airs.I This is not a Plutocratic > and, horticultural pur|>o.eM, this The ..... \\ !consisted af 3A9.451' kit of LINE I ,
Government no matter what Mr. I section has no equal, while for beautiful yellow pine lumber, valued at M19 to.8t. OFFERS TO THE PUBLIC A FINE USE

gheiwrd or the VanderbuiI! family may Bcenerv, numerous clear water lakes tilled OF
about it. Cannot something\ be with fish and fowls, romantic rivers to Louli Republic. -0Reairing XUIWERY STOCK-GRAPE

i Mink to muzzle this wild ai' colt.-A'. }'. the Atlantic Ocean and Gulf of Mexico David n. inn. \'ISt"oA 8PCIALITV.
H'orW. (thus giving) ; thorou drainage from this ;i Speclnlt0 )'.
==; rolling section) and wonderful navigable David B. 11 ill, of New York will never -1-
Does'nt head the "Ilanner." irridescenl nominated for anything by a Democratic
She springs. of colors, it acknowledges djanl52m AnDR
i:' We regret that Mrs. Ella: Wheeler WIN 110 rival while its salubrity of climate National Convention. The next s Anthony Fla. ,

cox, the poet, ia not a subscriber to the and uniform good health requires nominee of the Democratic party for the -(LOCATED ov Wmr SIDE or S Ql'ARI- 4

; BANKER ; if ahe was! she would have no ecomiuti! from me. All this section Presidency will be from the West, andif SnIJo!

never written the following poem| which within\ one to four hours' ride of Ocala the second place goes to New York LANDTITLBSTHE I I1
tc IB entitled The South : and embraces the cities and towns of the New Yorker nominated will be an wcDOitsXcv

') A. queen of Indolence and Idle graoe. l'alatkaSt. Augustine. DeLand, StArke, honest man.Queen -
lUbd In the Tectmeuu ol a costly gown.8he Jacksonville, Lake City Fernandina,

'f Upon turns j>rofcTT the -languor iou witto of her&Lovely" Lanes, Indian River Gainesville, Waldo Green of Love mind lleauty.- \ Jewelry\ Store BEACON & ADAMS

Cove Springs, Hnnson, Cedar Keys At the tournament at Keddlck last
't Her throne U bull upon a marshy down ; I I eesburg, KustU, Tuvares, llrooksvifle. Friday Mr. Junius Flewellen was the Shines replete with everything in ABSTRACT COYP AXY.1 .
I' 'y j .&slat memos wreathe her like old tare. his line. Call and examinefor
Uu oroMe4 feet, unshod and bare and Dade ('U)'. Sumterville Punasotfkee, ucceHsfu) Knight and crowned the! -1---
L With brown, Mansfield, llotnowuwa, Crystal' Hiver Orlando charming Miss Nina Keep Queen of the yourself.
C She alts fpditlbrenl to the worl.. iwtn race Winter' Park>> ,Sanford Kisaimmee, Day and her maid: were the )1I1J8 8. Strings for Musical Instrument a 75 1IIE PL.I CE10 GET THE FA C7SOrnc

Ue Ha there Malta an Oire mm; Bartow. Fx. )1f'&Je.o'' Myers, Ft. Ogden Mary and Annie Waldo who were selected Specialty.All .
u r. Aro L& 4 &be for even tM.J's af&rWI Tampa Tarpon Springs, Manatee and I by Arthur Flewellen and Ben. Work on repair of Clocks and Watches -1-
White fr1ht aUona rally In defense, Punta Gorda while celebrated Silver Chambers the next successful Knighta. Guaranteed. q

She UfU her amllln her Creole shapely eyes unwuhed U him. area, (springs, Blue Springs Orange Lake and The beauty and chivalry of the county Rhelnauor's Old Stand. : : OCALA-IIorsc

n 4 And the i1':tine, rlfhtful lover-Fe Hence. iu famous groves, Lake Weir and Dunn- were all there. dtctl-Sm i



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: 'I I ". TOE FLORID INTERNflTIONflL-I ; t 1 .

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1tSe Tropical 'Exposition I IThis !


Exposition! incorporated; under the hors! of tin State ot 1'loridjiill open atS -- .





This will bo an Exposition of Pomological Horticultural Agricultural{ products! Florida and her ,soils, timbers, woods. minerals and livo stock and in addition tides
and products: of general interest from all States and countries. Entry is! open to the world. for the di-pl.iy: of its" }products. No chargefor entries nor : spat for the products} or
manufactures: of Florida
The United States Experimental Station for impro\cment and n'lupnwnt of prodtu indigenous to this 'section<< has been located contiguous to our e\jio.itiou grounds:
ttY \Ve invite exhibits of all descriptions: particuhuh tho-e pertaining to the arts. mechanics and agriculture guaranteeing uniform cotntesy to all exhibitoin.


GEORGE W. "NVltSOX, rr{' iclt.\l1t. \VM. FOX Fir-t t Vice-Piesident.! DR. II. I KNIGHT\ Second VicePresidentJ. ".
C. W. CAMPBELL: SR., General Manager. G. S. MAYO. Treasurer.! O. CLAKKK, Secretary 1.

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TIle Mcrclmnts'I i National anl\Ic\ 1 ZiftA;n FlisINational! BaRK 1 Anti; I 0110-TH1--:))0l IJmg I* \ ; CI

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OCaIn, Florida.J .
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-NO. 3.815.-- -WILL STORE TAKK-
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No Second Place

CAPITAL SURPLUS,STOCK. SuO,000.OO:S,050.0O Paid Up Capital, ;. Authorized Capital, CIIII1'Ithl'E'I I ESS (01'' STOCKQuality

$50,000. i $150,000. of (Hoods and Low Pricofl.joops .

orriciustK. : t:. {1. A/iN1aY,1'rr.: J \V II.('01'Til\.Trm -(>)>- r
Jso. F Dcxv, /'rtriJtnl, ..................... .. ........-..... .
I*. DJSMCKEJS, ceI'rttident\ ( ]<>mtii: > !
R. 15. Cashier -- -* k (p MCOS.NKLU 1ti --o--->>
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-{IxK t4Mltivxt Ai* r to Flnt Nutlonal lUnk.)-
Being now eglabliihedjn our new and elegant; Bank building ve art prffxired to guarantte 8m tll-MIA *
4 tatitfacticmlto: ail A: McINTYItiE. C.A:1rJIEn.: :: : ,
.,. General Banking business tranitacted. Exchange bought, and told. .
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BOARD OF DIRECTOHS.s:-- One of the fincM. and .wt l e<|iii|"jH-il luiikiiiir IIOII-M-H' in the State owned l hy Ow \
hank. W<> }base Nls'vial Incihtifs fur timkinx; <' 1111''IHMIH" nn acccKHJlilo poinU. ll
'\'t. will l'xtl'llIll''f'f'ourh'I'IV and I favor to our ctmt'iim-rH' cunMiwtcut" with safe HARDWARE
JNO. F. DUNK, 1P.: DISt1UKFS. runkitiL'. ariI l fcliall gn'e |lrolll\.1; | t ami 'arrfnl altcntioii to nil LIIMIDI-HH otitriiHted I to us,
CHAR HIIJ-I AUF.R, J.A. EINSTEIN.IIARVEY : We solicit your UA ACCOUNT. and all business In our line, and
KNIGHT, \VM. ANDERSON: ; guarantee entire satisfaction.CORRESPONDENTS I :
J. C. FERINE:, I. M. THAYER; SasllIJool'sJmlHls' !
It. K McCONNEM. : s

Importers & Traders National Hank, N'mv York, X. V.;
t; CORRESrOXDEyTS:\ outhern Bank of Georgia, Savannah. -AT-
Rational Park Bank :\of Rew York. MirentK Rational Rant: of Bottm.Rational ( loy Special Correspondents in all important cities in the Went.rtWJ .
Bank of Savannah Georgia
LouitriUe Banking Comjmny, Istuitrille, Ky. ______________ __ ____ _ __ ___ u__ I
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8 SANITARY q/ *2.t1J 3! M fl J .............:............... ............................. ............................................................ 4 D-
J T 3 Electric kill in every room. Jlot and cold "&lIlA. (Jommodwui tntnplt roomt for Commercial 1
EXOINEEIl.HONTEZUMA [ Travtieri. 95 roomt. New brick haute and new furniture
) Musical Instruments I
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A Girl With One HtockliiK.-l'roteo/ S :..

tine Pastoral o tiF
I u 1 TOomjioNxl and arranged ft,r the oM it Inning
wheel;mid rt<*|*itfully dfOlmUMtotlmt friend of t,ri)( '('led DIM'hlnery and high taxei, the I .
tcoau from Rhode hlllld.1)
.. Our Mary had a little Inn. SO3J r
And her heart WM mm intent
t 9,", ', To wake lu wool, beyond lit worth J / '
Bring fifty-M j*'r cent
c But s paupt rox the tea, H
ll <1 a :Ir.Irb. : J
\\MiOM- ' Phed willingly Kt Kit.Anutbtrglrl '
e who had no sheep, c::
>or Blocking: wool or.fl}..,
But pair money without lust enough the lax to buyA + / D '

. r Went to the pauper itlrl toilet
"t Horn wool to uhleld lier feet,
e And make her stockings\ not of tax, 4
4 Hut tech ol wool compute tr1>
9 When Mary caw the II'lrl'l design,
a4 r Khe straight began to swear ,
r [ She'd make ber bur both wool aud tax, 0
? I Or let one leg K" bare
t. Bo she. cried out "protect me from -
r That |'autur/a sheep wool free, >
I/made to keep butti her legs warm, -C
\\halwlll "encourage": IDe T
,. : 80 it wan done and people naldV !
\ here'er the poor girl went i
One leg WM warmer with wool and one / C o
With flnysix tureen'Now .
t praise to Mary and her lamb
\N bo did this scheme invent,
To cloth one-half a girl lu wool
nd one-half In ir 2
Alt honor,too, to 'IIIrl..nd: [
And all protection act; ,
+ Who cheaply. cloth the rich in wool, .
And wrap the lever In tail! # '

Gortou'M Minstrels Senator Vance g K I IhH

Reserved Beats fur Gorton's MinstrelsAt -i

the Opera House on Monday night/ ,
are going rapidly, and those desiring a .
good seat should avail themselves of the M
opportunity and secure one before the
.. best fire all taken. We have not the ;
S least doubt that all who attend will be n
i ealifllletlwith \ trformance
t'' We take the hat t owillg complimentarynotice .. .- I *.. =- f
from the Cincinnati 2wuar J/ r N '

The New Orleans MliiHtrels' ,that gave their lint. GG
performance lu thin city yesterday, gave a turpriiiiiflf
r good iierformnuie.. the performance
l: woa a.surprint, because U was sui.p.se.ttllatall 4
: :
I' the that tars minstrel organizations. had been
), Win here but It to now certain Hint atltadone rr.S'
bas heretofore failed to vliltui. a clrcuraiitauce ,
S that whoever Is responsible f..r should "be duly o
,.{ censured Ceialng: in an uuirvUutlous manner, .
which 1n contrast to the usual circus uietho) W 0)U
.eeznt4 a timidity I growing out of a lack of merit,
t, they fairly eta shed the iniiuemw audlvui
i that filled Rubinson'.O{*rsllouwtooverflowlug! ;
Y .' by the exc.lleuoa' oi their ixrlortuaucv The
show Is natleU to lint rew guition given to real

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.t": ll. Returning flood for Evil T.A .TOW. LOT .f. A .T.vlN..LOT( )}' t=. I tr.

':.4 following_ '., Journal of lltalth contains the i KOU LOOK i : yon :

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L: A strange scene occurred! the other day at i $25.00. i $25.00. r:;
lUrrovbmUt\ had dog 0)H
T" Slerck, the Motmlle a
tr F S the which wlildU he on*l il hed et the to river Kit rid, he I of' fuxuiud Kowlug: out a Mono into I;............... : :... __ .. __ .L............... . .............L 't'f...

ht.ad and threw him Into the
water aiouxut" IbeaulnialKank the dogs aloote, but during they ...... .... .. MK"
struggles the rope sllu>cd the, stone.-and be ::: THIS OFFER[ l'f'TST OPEN FOR( TIII11TY"n"fj (Ys'n"'N"LYTfTr( ::"'" ( '

"" ruse to the surface and however tried, t continued get tack to into push the ...........M.....M.............:...._.................-........,........................................... .................................................................-................................................ .....!............ t
boat. Ills master ry
him back, but II the dot innvvired he li...t his
yrtieuceaudsinking al hltu with bU oar loot
bis footing old fell into the waUr hluiMlf Ilea
unable to swim, but the di'g, nUIng him by
the was coat succeeded in bringing blm safely to the The Ciri in the field! New Semi-Tropic tl addition to the City of Ocala Anderson's new addition

current land after'1 he having deg s life been was wanluM,i|,arvd,away we are by ban the adjoins the Sciiu. Tropical Exposition grounds Three hundred lots now ofleied at $'!."> (each for thirty days -THE-

to say __---- ___- >nlj'. The ]iroperty H elevated and overlooks the citj South stieet is now being graded: to the property

Hotel ArrUaU.MONTKZLMA The proM] std ummy line," when completed, will add 100 per cent. to the value of every lot Lots can be DoaIa JfewsDepol e s I !

UuTkL, Jail :II.-K: C. AI- paid for on the installment! plan, if desired Xo commissions, no agents ; buy direct Aom owner. The editor

vi l len, jr. lUue Spring, Llia.s Coleumn, of the JIANNER: will select lots for non-rehident "Get in on the 1'oUl1tl1100r." Plat can be seen( at oflice of

Philadelphia; Jos C IJvtzer, ruunty; \\'. II. L. Anderson, or address: II L. Anderson, Lock Box 1115: Ocala 1'la.
I). Morton, county; Ii U dunthine, -0-
Kichmond, Va; NV. Newhom, Jsummertield -
y r ; lltigli\ W Matliew (Chicago: ;
a f Il. MrCully\ Talatla; A. D. Lirlulber:. LARGEST STOCK
a ranasMiUkte; I). t". UorluiuJ Cilia;
I>anielC ux, Dulutli, lIl1u.; U. C Uow .
Ulan WiIlial1l\ll'orl| 1'a; K M union, -ASDLowest --
:.t: 1. K.; MUIMOII.Hlleni5foul.. Vt; I.. UEtchenlaub .

.c Citrus cuuuty; W L. \\tller, staking to get the bent and most I-- Prices I
S Jwo. C. 1Vt.ller. l.oui.\'IIIt', K\ ; (lus. N.
r Oahu, Leebburiz, b;. Barr Fautulle, Fla. for our mone\',
t jAhOAhJ7-Ueo. 1', mitb, New land; of the |0f any Store;In rtoutheru Florid.
LeadingHotel City
J. D. Mt-Comiell: '11, and K C. lloovltit\! t ; -0I -
U. Weller Majtland, Mo, H Abel, New -HUT-

York; '1'. L, Morgins; A. M HW; D. DODD ISRAEL,': : OCALA, FLA. \J
.7 ; Turnlev Clarksville\ Tenn; b:!. II. Gatestell -A.\D- '
Moll.toehl.iocA.A 8m S148

New York ; M. C.Sherman, New York ,
r i G U. LiV" p lon, Cannel X. Y., *red
: biutth Worcester, Ma.-*.; J. F. Upon, I I 4
\. In selection of ?
jour a trading place E. B.
llo Ate
FitUburt, Penn; Mr'.Judge er, RICHARDSON

Unt, GIi., MIM Applegate, Atlanta Ua.; You wy you trade withHOWJ.I4I.
.A. J. 'rwol:T tal l. llh.tni.le Cal.; C. LWeatherlow '. Repainted Inside and Out :-THE:-
wife and children Waco, : .;?

r M Texas; 1) 0. btanflll. Hl'rpu111..; \\'.X. --\ D- Finest Livery in the City
i i Wfrj* ,; Jones,' U bran t>, Oa.; (;,,0. H. Young: ,
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JatksonMlle.J; U ranott, Jackli.nYille.W -0-
: 5 Ii. Whklnuon, 1'aUtka Ha; John C. WITH ELEGANT.IFURJYITURE
tr DuBoi, Montague, Ha, U. F Jordan, REFITTED \ LEADING I SALES STABLE1m
Galnt'I'villl"J Ha.; MIM Enema Hull, .
Montague, ha.'t i i I Sl-M

OcALA How. Jan. 27,- -:' F1aurand,

hex York; $. V Thom Non, lhllaJt'I.phi. .

t. ,; ., Pa.; tl btincer, M. f).. Itrook8%'Hie, -0- _BEAUTIFUL_ LAWNS AND CROQUET GROUNDS |)R3. G 1{. 4 J. c. PKRINK,
and James 1.0)1., -
1'1&.; Eo Co Bird, Uty, ..
' v Uroktrnl': Y. DyNTI8T8.P .

ROWELL'S is the place for the --I--
Han Uw
Rifle !
Oeal laxurlom.polain
Attention, anti bea
On Tn Ny Itftnary 29th, t 130! o'clock Best and the Cheapest. He FOB Tux APPLY TO : : : : L. M. THAYER, MANAGER. ; oth Sembe btaJ, of rooml the arm in thoronghl tbe 8t.ate?, "*l**; (
M memUr. are requested has the Storein qrofesttonally Tie public
in- sharp only-Shoe w old re.petxtdl !]tutted
p ud ispeet their .
ID full.drens FLORIDA. ore. to
."'.r''A to aMwmble in the armory OCALA, New erthllltl' N atloDa1 roods t and$
uniform If obtainable, Nina. .* fatiguewA. Marion County.SmSltt. 3mnea t1a. 4 tJ&nJm 8&uk Bu11cUnc. Ocala
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