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Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala daily banner
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Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Banner Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Ocala Marion County Fla
Creation Date: February 1, 1889
Publication Date: 1883-
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
daily (except sunday)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
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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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OCALA, FLA. THURSDAY FEBRUARY I 1889. '.

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OI'RSRD .1 T OL.IH, F'L.I.I JAXVAI1Y 19th, 1"'SI. i'Iit: iO! .\1Ir. ,: I Hilt: U'I'1,1" -:. CITY &\ COUNTY

1 ) George Talier.of Glenn IlorticulturatSociety St lar1and BY.vikTt'EIdFANEXEl't'I'IIdN! : : I"rloll'l'lIlItJ.l Lrl'El: Ol'T DIRECTORY.I I .1 I

vetre"tiiJof tineState Florida, on the l t'ctruar/ Iw9>,
{staking his ease at the OculaMr heroin ii.>.t A. >'MHtt' vlalnllif: : i.tr. L.: CITY OFFICERS

l l 1I0\1"t'. IIOUM-K IIII.t'A A. lie""V'hit: are ili'cnl Major t/r.1tins I I'. Ctar)'
ants I have Ictlet 1 iii.>n and, will cull at 1'lItIIe ('1e' 'rk-1'4' .\. Flue'"s'.. ;
enttiry to the highest' t bidder. fur c'a oil. to?'fore the Mar.hal- e K;. Hall, 1
r r J. (.'. Bates, of 1 udden A Bates ('olln-hol1' dx>r at Ideals! Marlon county<< H 10. ("II.'t'ltlr I' 1.II.t"-1I..
r great Southern music house, Saxannah, ride. onMe.iicUj.Mnn.il .b MMI|-|i. h h: MrluT.
('a., is in the city stopping at the Montezuma :: .tth .X. U. IHHU, Treasurer: t R, shoe den. t
I eident of I'mui,etl-Jun, F. Punn
hotel. betilgthe lir't. Monday, the I'. follow itlll <'tr'. 'rHr.l lreu.nt. of \l.It'rllwll. t.. IMI-. 1-:. W. Agnew,
real. mini'1. to Hit J.I T I allt'aster. John .\, KiwuUl I U lv ot, t:. U.
( 'romC'lIdlll 'st j>otni forty r'tM"'t'" 1 of N. h, Mnlih; II. \\ i handler. I. l :Mr A.I1. : ) editor of
ManxlWeloimerly I cortierof'* \\ >4 of wetl\,,ti 4. ii>wtmht|> II. rannoJenjl Iohltll.
the Fl<>rtilalHti>tUch. and Treasurerot the :'t runnliiK nenith 7 t\7It't'f.l tlu'n<'e> east lo line II 1'81UlltrIII t..tur \\'. T. tit'!
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Mate Horticultural VHU,t\ is in the city, : ot t H A N. It. K ; thciut In n >rth I tctirl) ,
dlurtion with !alt.I north; lineof nellnrnd I to north COUNTY OFHCERSonnty .
: ; v J+ t and a guest clf the* O"'ala House. llnnotH. 11 4 : theiif west to t'!" ;euut.ll.ulg IUe ecru. KT VM11IAM", ) Itrk I h .1. Miller .
e +. lion ( '. F. A. Bid hy. of Volusia: coun- :l.1-1'I! stie-riir MarUu e'''untyrrH Merlll; lmUms: .
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h. l\i' 'ubluan State Senator from that'' ShhlI: fAll--: <'c.Met.tor 11 '1 "artmann, t lira ,
district, is in the city, stopping, at the l .- Trtanir s It' I tie*. -
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OCHla 1I0u"c.1: r. B is inem') er uf the ht ,rhr ('nut't 1'(11/1'1. /\/"* Ju>luttU (>.ritiVirum qf 1'lm.I... sIlIwrhia'hdenl; ; ,fpnbllt IIIMUlIl'IOIlM.! L. ,

r J 'lid L State Horticultural 1 S.uut>., whose1 inwe-t- elmn/y. /" 'h""I/. Payne f4 lug he w ill attend here to-d)'. l.atilhHin. M{ II.|| "uti, F.s I\trln 11,1'.w'Ii-
\\'. J. 1:1'1'I:: ': CtN ,.. <*. J. HUHtB lilt iht III
'hue'c>lllll) onuultloni meet tno tint Menho. .
Mr. John S. 1 razer it turned last night \ MKH!: 01n I. UH"'KHIN: T1IF day III crery IIIUlilh.
from WaHrOia.., whither he went to tin aUm..Niaittl e-amt".. haled .I laiiuar)' li Hi. (' .'I 11ardh'I h: \\artniann, c 8q
witness!'! the marriage ot Ins cousin, :Miss I N9>. I will hell Ulor/thtj ( e.uft.h..I1"'t' d,mrlti the ,f. M Mt'e r, .V. K, Cirlllln tf\I I lmrt; itt! >e, iOr
town of Ocala' on :sho I | ,
Ituan1 lilt ets first M"nday lit every month
THE }FLORID( 77YA'177" .I.\']) t E.J-TJJI'I' : ( '.I/. \/'OS/770.V" :Minnie look His eye bus a brighter
;Me;nclit> :\lftrdl Itli, .X. U. INHII, COUNTY HOARD OF HEALTH.
light and} his cheeksIy rosier tint, and .
lH\s the following 1 dene'rilicd personal |'roHrlto| wit: 1"1'11"11Ur.| | 1 I I' (iltry.JooI'c'n.tltty .
t't'fth in hu indicates that
lI c One dark bay mare alnmt I I ten yv.rs oil.l:name. 1 ('III't.| E.: II. KiilmrltoiiMdiilitm .
UOIIK
BUDGET OF HOME l NEWSC. Mos he caught:: the infection.I'hIJ' sallle:::: one sorrel nixmt r r' oil -Ir.1) l 11.\ south Anthony, Mtn.M .
; /' .. trl'II: ; ll\t I. H. MoNtranl \ .
Tim unique and |perfect manipulator of -- -- -- nairent kale one mnro I nliueanol H II ITMII
soiled limn h. .Id* forth in the Montezuma \ \\'l' ("ulIIllll,1". ) +I. unhurt 'Ihir.i'tide'I Mirrrl tilsreout;
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BOARD OF :
L. BITTIVUKR. Clt> Editor. one eurrel I horse colt one tinmi mere cult. ant TRADE
-= - block He guarantees that theleejK'st The public], is 'ritinlnutl KO should a twenty heed eif shock tattle?. weld |l.rlll..I1).I".ItIIt| I 1'\I..lIt--J.' \ I I'. h tiiinn
WedgewooJ- 5c-cigar i at banders.- Try- it. and blackest stained garmentwill ne'w Hpupt'r| be, which attempt" HJ does} "oli4 to eathefy naid dec'rce mid cost Vice I're-nl\ U'nl.-II. \\eallurii.
; be made rival the driven little that JanuaryJlIMS9.! K.'I'.NILI.1AJIi I I MctrctSr11ta.. Fox.IloardotiovetuunA..
to to
daily keep public
snow in our ( ;
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JIM i MierlfT Marlon County, I- faMir.iiirr's I I'. Man JrO. Khilaautr
Go to Sanders' and get a box of 5-cent whiteness, and an to the manner of doingup posted but how can this bo done HO far ---- ---- -- Jno, h'. Imnn! J. II Ilvlngf-Urn I U. A. \
cigars for f 1. collar, mils and shirt bosoms, the as it elicits the jmbln"'illtl."I.iu travel "sxi.i i iIth.k .:. \\ eHlheneiii. lojrvulH:: lw, MiMxly,
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---- -- kilt in excelled by him line our celestial whenwe throw the, e-olumus of our BUILDING AND LOAN ASbOCIA-

Kejent will make an exhibit at the friend a call. .tdlejbl paper I | open| to all tra'i ]>ortatioii hues to U \ AM ll\ \IUHF; OhN k\Mt. TION.1'f"lth'lItI' .
,i.Tropical. lion Issued< out of Ihe Imilt e:dirt In end"1
-- make. known the arrival of there trains! I t it VV timer.
:Marion delegates} to the State Medical, and either the management ot the reador for Marlon I : count I )', I In a certifln eanm, whereinMARTIN : ;: Mee I l'r""I.I",11 M: 1. l"elone."l.
Did it ram last nuhf Aek the belated ; JAM\UA (1I, an Malntmii ant Ntittar and I'n'"un'r.1"111" Irox.lharloi .
and tin protect ed. Association meeting!: at Mt Augustm, re- its local agents fail to rt.ltl'on,1.Tht' ill-C) It. 1\l Hw: and It"O. U.l 'niHi. e-oniUH. 111I 'I'IlnJ.. 'C. laiuaxtcr luaac Hte tdl
turned yesterday} more than pleased I F. C'. iV P. put on UH mid da)' cannon lug the> Inn of cihId.: II. 1'YI.Ki! .'11 (;0. are dtfe .. 1,11l'1I1t. I I. 'Mr mil: VI HHhelA. E. iKlotlekt: U. U.
buwannee county has taken space and with their visit to "*'e ancient city," and ball trains", between Jacksonville 'nda it*. 1 will sell at |'nlilli' outi'r>'. during the Xacharta and If. A nurfonhOCALA
hoiin to the highest bidder 1 1 fonnih,
will make an exhibit at the Semi-Tropi- the pleasant and j,rohtable time had} in and Tax ares last :Monday yet we* were legal( Monday, March .llh, I HMO till, RIFLES.
cal intruding subjects, '! pertaining to theirprofession not aware of it till t'estertuy noon, when ('apletn-eico. A Nash.Flret .
and bill under the name UtiiK K liv.nl Hale <1n)'. In f'rulllu'the I.h'lIh'II"III--It. It MCouncil.
Brevar(4 county has ben heard from drafting a b)' accident ve ma.let he disc-ox'ery, and i onrt house. dour. inOiAlit. Marlin enmity. "'!It., I'IJ.I t 1 Itiilenant 1'. r::, \MllUuis
and will make exhibit at the which the extra fusion of the legislature, on inquiry at the nt-tovMi ticket oilier, the) toLiowirip real |.n |*'rty to,wit : Forty MiiiiUr.
a splendid( : will\) llvldeil three. It tercot In \\ '
which convenes Tuesday next, embody they (Kjlitel) informed) us! that othc lallx' one un quarter TIRE COMPANY.
bemi-Tropiral tuition. tuwlIIIhll' I U:!. 1\ll."It'\
in a bill, it is hoped creating an they knew nothingof itandonl)' learned Aim one undutdcil| threetjnartfr range lute'nut In an C'hlef-T. D lanciiHtrrleirvinan .
4 A drain pipe is bmg laid from th* efficient State Board of Health Dr K the) fact last night bx' receiving a notification undivided 1 l out-mmrtc r 'Intirertl In N. K' !4ofN -Itlaurlce, Khelnauer .
4 city fountain to the old well to carry oil A. Lancaster, of Gainesville\) was I reelected (rom the (it'licrall'lI."Il'Il'lIgl'r Vgent \\ tg, section : >. towiij-hlp 12, range t t\\* east.: First Iu.lltl.II', lA.III.llk..
Kcimd _1"1.llIt-.q\, Manliall.
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: 1.t'Yl'.lnl"m tonatloly mild exnnttt undcoilntebrnarj '
of the State Medical
the waste watery Splendid idea. president through the mail MetrosqI II Meilett.Taeutytlvo I .
1, 1 1"W. t:. 1'. \\I11UMH, .
Association for the ensuing, year Key We complain and the public do the ::.1./0'" h,,'ltt' Marlon County. ; menus n,
Humor vibrates in the air and oa> 8 Vest in with earned \ .
Ocala
competition and ,Icinand that those, chargeof -------- -- --- -- HOOK ANU LADDER
Ocala is to have another daih'. Let 'em oil the prize of entertaining the Slate same that business, hump" themselves in ...... ....................:..... ..................:............. ............ 1"real.lenlAt.laul aimer I COMPANY. )

come. There is glory and gore for all. Medical} Association, in April 18'JO\ and get around livelier and quicker in oremanVlk( | Iliyitl.
--- -- keeping the public Illllltt'I1. ::::::::::::::: B. 1 !:::::: :::::::: Assistant' 'nilitrt'1U KKtiardwitiIwenty #
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in the of the the i
The electric light rear '
elevated that Gone, pone, glimmering. down -- ................................I................................................ LULULA LODGE, NO ai, I. 6. O F.I
Ocala House should be bo ages and disappeared in' the mists of the .V tine line of dress goods for tea .
it would light up all of the surroundings; Past, has that acme of Hrchitectural design gowns at M 1 ishel's [31 jutj] i ir.1H.H I h'l.tH\'ry Tuesday eteuiugj J

and structural beauty, the town -- .- -_ ... VII. ('III&IIS.\ CiV .
The Coffee case went to the j jury lastevening and the lover's bowers that en- l'IUl'k'In... J.t'r'wllt'rl': > M. lhllllm| KrtrttaryAll .
hours the pump "IMPORTANTITOi'THE .l1. vl.lIll1Irullll'r'I e-or at dusk, and in two it. Jos F. l. 'aster's street II IIi
compared tni Light years ago a voting man married
jury agreed on a verdict of guilty of murder OCALA CHAPTER NO. 13, R. A. M,

gang laid heir ruthless hands upon the a I\l'hooltt'al.llt'r upon the Berkshire hills .?.................................. ..................... ..................... OrielaC'tlltltl'f. No. It: R. ". M. Convocation
time honored institution and now it is SIKIII a run down 'place on which a flrnt Monday uiKhttn, every nionitiH .

The liquor cases are now on the no more. We shall meet but we shall 'ol1pll'] of tows wciildjust live, wan offered \\ IXINU, ii. r
docket for trial \\illiamsofbhady miss jou-there will be one pump and him, and all the time' he wanted to J. H. KKA/KM bterelary\ .
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Grove, is new the subject of It'jlalIIVeHU' less to.ally' with, which no dastard daregain ,pay for it. Now he has eighteen eows, : ; The Ib.dlh'! l| huM Hunday Vhool: grid I nodalevlccievery

, ation.F. ", say 'I three* horses and' one hundred sheep 1 .......r.N.-.y.O..rT.I.: : .: C. .TB.-.f.: :. .. .... almi pn'achlrig i hiiiulMy at :ulnht morning:: at regular at I Agnew's hour,bail IJf.rJl.t'r
and i e is likely to add more stock BOOH ,i : : iiiteilng! / every V\e> Tomes had 1 a proposition from one F. Tomes. our |opiilar and thrifty cigar Hit stock and! ("arm alt Ins own, free) .................. ............ ................ ................................... .
of the leading importers tuul jobbers of manufacturer "imakt'\) a hue display debt.
front! and all this came from Iris,
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ngarsmNew York city to tike all of of some of his noted! briin.lt: of and (
civil hiM wifl" labor on the' place.SIu'h .
the La Criolla brand he tan make. cigars at the t'mi-Tropi'al. lie has had I boxs and girls need not West) OFOKdH: ( ; McK\Y, iA
to
go '
------ ---- -- male for the of the bundles of :
reception \ make fortunes They tie had allover i" { LADIES: :
can
executive committee on : : HCII
The (permanent handsoneeaMeof which there J'l'EC'r: AND HUILDKU
cigtirv a very New I ngland for the .. ,
asking ''' '' "
organization of the fruit and trul'krower8' will be ten The brands are O >ITH ;; : ; : ; :
will the | Aujuttn! ( .\Mt.) .\!jt. I > rsf HHO mvl7.l llhE TO BKI .1 UEHION8! AM)
soclation meet at Prices, Lindres, Finas, Heena Victoria, -- -' -- -- .'L'YT,1Jt, A ItS EHTIMATKflKufiiUhtJ :
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t Ocala house. (to-morrow of) Tangerine February 2d who cake 1'aiiHtelas) Hothchilds> erias,, (in Spanish a't'ry for large sponge and Our reKulirrorrr Iasllake!|.>!luiie lie. 'HIM. I i It: :hm: ::ronie. ::to:our. .::.;iti'llro!.t:! : Hint.a::niiiutier i ..tit, on A'IltcaUuu-( I
Adams
W. :
Dudley -
m President of the State Horticultural "'splendid looking ('ijar. Non Plus andlteenYtae 'fuel holies N E. Home Hub; met at 1! ,." ::Housewives" i ii i ii

society is in the city and stopping: at the CialanasDr the lIOn!'.- (.1 Mrs. B F. Hamilton last i Utrrca-ttu'InasI : ; : t>rnint' and filtlh .. \

Ocala IIOUHJJ, eMr. H \eal.of Cotton Plant, Dr W. 14elnesday, Jamury 1TJ All spent avery t i i ::::::.:. ::lceire. :tot:!lake. :a:tvuntaxv i :.of. <:our!. :::::::::::! M'ALA, Whir J Jl.oalilt
pleasant alt entonr'and
Wallace bto\all has elmponexl of V. Newsom, of Siimmerheld, and Dr dA at 4 o'clock} : to meet at Mrs Henry ljonnied Ger IMMENSE STOCK OF GMERIES I j i .. ')
Dwell)) of Ocala members of the )
his interest in the Marion Free I'rttf to > alds : ...... .............. ... ........ .. ........... 1
his partner, Milton }o'. pool Lsq, whois Marion County Medical Association' A sociable at Mrs B. }F Hamilton's : lout dl/ not think Wl' 'llvrr liein wf lliuro. : t-NOVVDPA') A MePAULANE, ,:,

now the sole owner of that valuable Association were" elected at to meuita'rshipin i its late meeting the in State St last Ihursdav, was l'lIjOP'11 b' all i.Mse'Itt.! :! .........................aiiiiiiiinc.. ............ thai'" .. .,........... :i -1.C...... lit- .
property. !Vime new games" wne intrcxlucccl, wln< li UILL\ UtintH All U1toClk11
Has beenthe .VugiiftineDr: were very laughable, in their rewuUs 1U- Ii .. : ... : .. .. : :: I ALL KINDS: OF rUUNITURE.Ticrv '
We me to inquire. lloujtii lrom"ii to Shy part of the) city. with 1 1I'RuMI''rNiys
frl'"hIl1l'1IIK !!.:.! .. !! !
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as usual" :
custom of our court to mil the roll Gary, of our l'it) and its honored' : -()- rt
the of all uf the luminous M.I D.'. :\e1 r. B F. Hamilton was ill Ocula i : '" AM JII'PA'i'Cll: i iI
Mayor on .
every morning t on convening dock aas but on aoe-otnU of ,It ... .. ........... .... .............. ............. ... INVITK l-orrx-rioN! orHlCMK Tuna Coartara
if to the M AuKuattne State! gatherings of Thursilavt an acci 'nton
witnesses and not present at 1
: : ::: t *MI> low "url&
; : ...Our
? ewi'lajt-aim and took active and I the Honda southern railroad was i :: :; Grocery Department I'I IIn ::::: !
them their j'*'y for the day an delayed in returning on the* 1 ............................. ,.. ........ ... .. ...... .... ..... : 1m 81-8
prominent part in disc! 'using the many same day.
't The Otala music! home! move to-tla\ important papers read thereThose I. Mr I phriam: HaIr and Miss: Marion ftuirjt tf J..l
from the HANNKR block to Thompson -- -----_ I Mcligue, of Ocala, spent last Sunday I 1T1 tXLHn\: ) : IAKJUI

More on :Magnolia; 'street, uPI'CJl'it> Capt.KichardsorTHliverj greased lightning: on wheels and with Mr. L F. ( arit-nterand family. HIM atwuet;4 ..:.:. : I ji ahce U/'IIg) /' orc'WHOLESALE '!
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_! :..- ___ __ known a. the Cannon Hall train, pass IS. .
extensive Cal each other at Ocala, and the! pasiengere Hotel Arrival i iI a
Mr A. J. foogf oOcI, the |- : Ai| Household : Word 1 i 1 1i

Ii fo ..a nurseryman, u in the city lookingr / dine at the jpopular Allred, oppc. site the i OCALA Hoise Jan. 31-Stanley Critic n- I .......--......... 4 ......... ..........::......._............... -0"---5

:: the shipment of Marion county or- dejot _____ ___ ___ __ _- I den, New York ; T. Brucham; liistiop. New i i ; i i.i.
>.. je tree to his 8tate; What would :Mrs Dr. Harriet K. Preston, of St. Augustine i YorK. ; J. L. Ktiiir| Baltimore Md ; c.; I

California: do without Honda any way was elected the first!!! lady member \\ ('HinpUII, Nr, county ; \\'. (C. Lniile-I :BENJAMIN: : : : j::&j::FOX I Ij t.j t. .
of the Mate Medical Association ton, Weir (lark, Ha; (', F. A Bielb), De- .i.i i ;i .
Dr. Brewer of Ajiopka, and I brother of W ednes
(.'. F. Brewer of the Ocala music house! --- -- ---- J U. D Kcdiertttii*, ( tamet-ville, Fla.; W. D j j i i: i iI !

r will become a resident of this city. The Married. Abrams, (is.; Uobt \\'. Simms, Jacksonville _......'.".. .. .... .. ..............

doctor has leased Cat>t. Tha\er& dwelling On Tuesday evening at 8o'clockin the Ha, A. H Mannville ; D E. Arnold f I .......... i'L I .i. .. .I I Drugs !
1 and will bring his C.unllyith him. Presbyterian church) atUeddick. Mr HW ), Hotel Marion, Silver spring} I'ark( .. .i..i..F.! .tH/

Jekel dramatic trotipewill Mc-Aulley to Miss Mary K Vongue, 1'la.j; Jaynes M J. lnnis ; George L Jabcr, 1.._ : :"t:.I i...._........l'.! i iH. ===_..__l I ()- r
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The Hyde all of this hellion! This I llev. M. bbeareiomciatmg Glenn| :st Mary, Fla. .
be in Oe-ala on the lSth. Tin famous! MONTE/IMA HOTII., Jan :Jl-It. C. -ALI.KINI 01-

troupe will only visit the large interior White, Philadelphia! I'a.; Mr Fuller, 1'. lUGi.irjosr,
cities, and Jacksonville* and Ocala will Coming to Oculn. county ; I I.. U hichenlaub ; (i. L drilluiindsor

probably be the only Florida cities they J. M Murphya well-known New York \\' Ha.d; A. W. 'Ihomas, Wind, .........healer in..... .. OILS, MTATIONKUY TOIIJ'.TAM

will visit. _____ newspaper correspondent, was in Jack w-r Ha: W. V. Newsom, Surnm -rfield, BE.E..L :EST.. .TE. >--
We regret to learn of the death of Mrs sonvillettdnttKlay on his way to (kalato F'Is.; r'. L Mannstield. Bontoii, Mass; B

B t'. Early. of Keu.lrkk.Ola.., whose de attend our Kx: posit ion. 1'. (Hull lUslduk: Fla.; J. C hates, Sa -- I FANCY ARTICLES
occurred Thur-daj'. the leaves a vannali.da.; L;. C. Thornton, Nt Louis. ;
raise husband and echildren to mourn her Dr. Paisley bus returned to Ocala and Mo.; E;. W. Mitchell, Louisville. Ky,' \\'. ....?.Improved and I'btmpr"' t- l hi- dental} otHc-e. Kdntatf: in
re-olrn-l
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untimely death she was a devoted wife Birujiiigtiam: Ala.; T. J.Mdw. .
and tender, 'loving mother thesihooU of deututry and medicine, .. Citra, Ha.; H.; (h. Mook, New LANDS. GROVES. ETC.
with a practical exptrienoof inure than Orleans, I I....; A. I D and J, B Johnson, -Q>-

We erred in !Kayn: on the opening davoftbeEipohition thirty years in leading cities, he feel West Point: (iii; J. B Fetch} New YOlk -1- W boodle rots' Ua lbe flukt breeds ol fig ini
; that &. K Birdsey ACo. warranted in assuring the public of the D. B. Kraery, Waldo. Ha.; ,,:d. L. Owens WEIR PARK, YIAlf11)A. etdqoartcn (ors'&U riper and G&ld4lD Kpt
hardware merchant, t had deoorat l. bttt HImce the profession can remlei St. Augustine .'la.; deorgn N. Viral, city;
It proved; to be the barber-ehop of Mr.S Diseases of the mouth and artificial ri. H Brown, Philadelphia) I)...; O MMcCrayland I ndwlmLateet '\ A JTJlAZKn" ,

t Samuel M 'F.rlaOfr instead, w hose pat denture a apt-cully OtfM over Firhel'rstore Grand Rapids, Mich,' Wan.. I
riotism and enthusiasm threw the fold (in rear of Dr. Gary'* ()ffile.Jao2 t' II. Ball. Philadelphia J 1'a.; J, Qtt-n, II i-vle of silk., In all new shade., I'C.uCBpCSa : : r : OCALA. FuJ

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OCR la'*, ..:iixlOStthlll[ Mr. Dltlenyer r'

The opening of the 5emi-1'ropieal Exposition : The BANNER has found) its way to tne Line- .
at (X'ell, Fla., on Tuesday waiavery amidst! the tieautiful hills and muddy Ilheinauer'sSveoial
I .suocexaful\ one in every respect. roads of North Carolina. It is a great
I The weather was fl.ie, the attendance pleasure to me to read, the columns of -0-
large and the. Fxlssitiotl I fully met public news from the dear old .Woos land and I PLACE TO FIND THEM
ext>(.tation. cr'l'Itallakt'' *, and blooming (flowers, and TIIE

The }Kxmmtion: | having been opened so golden fruit!!. -13: AT-
Hpicioiiblv', will duuljtlemt beau well To hearuf the continued prosperity,
-. appreciated l t that it will much more than he encouraging outlook, and the almost DR. DELOUEST
f_ meet expennei', besides, being an advertisement phenomenal developments of that God Sale a e ,
r for the beats that will do herarvj given land ; to one who has witnessed -(\VtsT !JIDE: SQUARE.)
immense amount of Kf)(wl. its! changes!, developments and improvements
The KxiMjitition; will draw! many for eight >'ears, and enjoyed its, OCALA I t I I t i FLORIDA8m
t F, strangers to Oca In, and it i is quite safe to genial climate, its life-giving breezes, its 81.88
; -E-HARRIS-, Editor- bay that all of them will be pleased with fruits and flower", and its noble warm --UI'f
iU--FiAFEJ1IlUAllY; =ii. what, hey .tee. The display of fruits, h> arte,I people, it can he no other thana ,
/, l flowers and \egetables will show them .pleasant, enjoyment, at least once each --
what Florida call produce, and impress week, to note its doings and I prosperityttPpeci.illr I
Columbia county has elected space i in them with her advantages! for home Ocala and Marion county, the S. R. BIRDSEY & CO.
the Exposition and her agent gone home seektru.There t 'Brick City" and the "banner county" o : ,
,to fix up will be meeting of several the state. It in plain now to the casual DRESS GOODS

I aih but chill societies during the progress of the Ex- observer that the brightest hopes of its --0-
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pebbles 1Ladies'
IKxitiuubutnuunaofthemwillhamore, public spirited men, have been well-
on truth the lie Be.*hor, while the great oceau of important than that of the American founded, and I that a full realization of Wholesale & Retail

ton undiscovered beforeme.-New- 1'omulotncal 5ucietywhich will be on their hopes a foregone conclusion .
February :ItHh, 'Jlut and JKd. Tina dead,' certainty. If there should be on -DEALERS INHanhrarcfi ---
Moore's defalcation In Indianapolis uociety! is composed of the ablest pomologiHta the part of anyone the faintest appre-
tot beer a half million dollars in the country, end its proceedings 1Il'lIl1iol1 that her wheels of progress have
something wrong with the management, shows in Ocala Hill Lave deep interest fur the been clogged by the misfortunes of last Fine Broadcloth, r 1 j GroceriesOCALA I

ft insurance ('.001 pan 1,8, w hole of Florida. summer in her sinter cities the Inter
Tim society has never yet met in the national and Seml-Tropical Exponition,
A few years ago there were ninety South, and tile meeting/ at Ocala will be now open, will form a strong and unyielding 60 and 54 inches wide, --0-
three lightning rod manufactories this full of valuable ex|>erieiicea to some of prop to hold it where is, until
country Now there but three. the delegates. It ia ceitain that the delegates another twelve months shall roll around i i i i F1.ottlnaam
are
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Lightning rods have gone into innocuous will have every attention paid and roll it up the hill of a complete triumph 80c., 90c. and $1.
desuetude. them, and will be shown whatever ot interest .
there *A to be seen in Horida. What a pity that some intelligentmen .
A postal earl" : has gone-around the i are found*who would fight the interest Worth front S1.75 to S2.25
world in 73 It t of their and ..- -
wont from lUmp- Advisory OIlnlon-Vacanciea In ti county, by criticizing
stead to Hong Fong and' back by an op i vilifying their servants in office, who
polite route, traversing a journey of ova Elective County Office. 1 have done just such work for the common __
20,000 miles for four cents HANKY. J.: good, of the county as the world
I admires and' c \nmend+. But in the ar
+ We have another live column article 1. When, the}, term of an elective roan ,Illuol18'T.>rk of getting up this Exposition ALL WOOL
t entitled How ty oflire, to which a }person has been with
Yellow Fever Came." a few more men like the lion FisfleI's.
We do not want to know how it came. elected for the entire term, has commenced ; Jno. F. Dunn, you may laugh at impossibilities'
We want to know and aro glad to know ', and there is a vacancy in the COLORED HENRIETTA,

that it is gone and that it is gone to eta Y. Defies on elected account of the failure of the The country now my home,* I is different .
to bond
person give and qualify
x The wife of Chief Justice Fuller seem as required by 17, of Article VIII of the home in;many it i I... cold particulars and exceedingly from my; changeable Florida- 4O Inches wide,
to feel herself Constitution' t Hie Governor may fill thovacancy "
tremendously elevated by The winter though, has been unusually
her husband's otlkial position It i is no by apj>oiiHinent. mild thus far so much so that Can be found one of the
=2.wuch
longer "Mr. Fuller" or "my husband," the appointee: will hold, not for |eopl tine not been able to house cheir 55c.
but it is always "the Chief J ustre.! until remainder the of the term, but only usual crop of ic e. But to an eight yeara'rf'IIjI..nt
qualification of a Btimnsorchonen in the mild climate of Floridait .

tib From 100,000( to 150,000 infants die lion, to at 1 lit'the held next in accordance ensuring general with {else 9 of is bitter weather. Housed up under a Wordi Sl.OO. Best assorted, ,selected and
yearly in France from hunger neglect old and cloud-covered l sky, the mind
Article XVII.Florida's.
+ ". and J like preventable 1'rauw', and the evil will go out and down to where the thawing
is growing. The first year's death rate (teams of a bright sun is no doubt
A was 15.9',iter cent, in 1840-44 1 an'tlls now Certlllcato. shlulnll upon the evergreen!,: foliage, and most desirable priced
twenty-six ;Il'r cent. A Washington dispatch of January 30, to where loved 1 ones atllllin awaiting!:
says that Harry I* Bryan, Secretary the slowly approaching spring. I make Special Inducements 1 1f 1n in
For about six. years the, (astern railway Bayard's stenographer, has been ordered now a few notes of difference in some >1
i of France has ned spring trace on to proceed l to Florida to obtain the election matters between thin and the state I Stock ol Dry Goods .
r, horses employed,lln shirting/ freight cars. certificate of Florida for uw i in have left The common necesuaries o
't<" The care start' without, jerk, with I lens counting the eleetorlal vote of the Union. life are cheaj+er in price than there ; it i
+, :a fatigug to the.tlOrHl+ and lew injury t to In view of this fart, the DULY BANNER, a provision-producing' and a manufacturing n I Our Clothing and
the harnC18 !Uan before imitating the example of the New York country there being no less tlral In the City.d ) .
Herald, in its search for LivingMtone, and l three cotton factories within four milt ,
,' It is thought that theelerlricitvexecu the World, in its search for Stanley, will 1 The public-whool system! is IlIf rior.to 81 dec 4 m ..
'.1 {don !law of New York will be repealed. tit up an expedition at its own exrense, that of Florida their teachers are not Shoe t
The new method I is so difficult that ale for the lout McKinne, and tho cause that paid so well, though the schools are Department
tricians shrink from the attempt put it led! to the! same. large. My observation convince me that
In ol+eratlon. The projector of the law is i Florida can congratulate itself uj>on this
.', also said to be weary of It, The Jacksonville .Afttroitolu nays thatit enterprise. I am of opinion, however, W
r __.-- is rumored that Colonel John TempleGrave that here there Is a higher premium put I at8IlItaL
,r Archduke Kudolph,* crown prince of *, formerly editor of the Jacksonville on the Gonprl 1 ministry than there I
p ', Austria and heir apparent of the throne, Kvemng 1/milJ, now editor of theHome think in retptrt to Christian liberality,
a wan found dead in his bed at (laden on Ga., 7V 6urif, will (go to war with regressive'e Florida is lamentably behind C. ItlicinaoerBro c l
the morningof fanuarySO. He i is l Germany. Speaking of the mettle, dah And while she takes the lead i in ,
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to have died of apoplexy of "PP/lol'lt'tl/ and warlike ardor that distinguishes.: till many enterprise) many of which are 2 2)325: : 02 sasaaai
'. Ills death caused a profound sensation Colonel Grave aa an editor, the. Atlanta of less importance, she should also lead
all over }t:1Jrofe. Journal declarnit that Germuny his off, or at lead t keep pace with other in -- ---
"waked up" the wrong) paaHenijer, andPrince l this, the grandest enterprise of all, and 1
The trade of Portland, Oregon, shows liiimiark has gotten himself into to which all other enterprises look up, JAS. T LANCASTER, A Complete Stock of
ti great progress Lat year it amounted to serious danger.\ With Graven to join and which must and will mold the principles
' between (00.000,000 and $100,000CXX), him, Oates. of Alabama, no doubt feel, of every deparnnentof. human 1 -
1 against{ t$75,000,000 in 1887. The man lIay py. Germany, in undone etlort, anti l confer upon them their l permanent '
{ lectures of the city and vicinity aggregate ---- -- character LEADING REAL, ESTATE DEALER. Gents' Furnishing
,, nearly '114,000,000.. and the value of The IndianatKlis 'urrt''llOnd'nt] of the Thus with a well-fmstnined. l ministry
iulldlnga erected, 13,600.000. N*+w York JYiwuie I ha* made a.ifneMatthe high public > on,lit) and well systematized -1-I ;

next'xbinetasfulluNa Secretary f school, coupled I I With all her other OCALA, : : : : : : FLORIDA
Premier Floquet, of France, will not State, Mr. Blaine; Slr'retary of the sul|>erior advantages, she may float on Goods.
Treasury l'lIatlirll1l1On over a calm tea under the sunshine dtr J
resign on account of noulan {'r's success ; 1'ontmaster of
'' in the Paris election He will ask the Genera), Mr. Wanauiaker ; Attorney Gu,l'e smile, and become the state of all ,
chamber for a vote of confidence Flo- General, :Mr. Gaff, of W"8t'ir llIla ; the states of/ this Union in all respect'
quet is an old man, but in a rm>nt duel Secretary f of War Cien. Alger) ; Secretary With many good+l wishes for the prosperity HEADY MADE
with Boulanger he came oil victorious. of the Interior, D ir. S1for Mr i' 4If'eof of Ocala and Marion county, and WEIHELEADS
lie is a |patriot and a friend 1 of the lie- California ; Secretary of the Navy, a their noble-hearted people, I am yours
,, public We hope that he will be sustained New York man. The test man from truly, Gio. A. Heron.WOKTHV CLOTHINGTailoring
r by a vote of confidence New York for Swrewry of the Nov v 'ti.IE. N. C., Jan. 26, '89. IN TIIEWatelI --
would 1 00 Mr Wm. <'. Whitney, but o'fmiirfle -

]India-rubber is being tried l for paving! Mr Whitney wouldn'ttxxitmuein The Icedinxwry l Magnolia street, i is -
streets in several Herman towns. The Ottil under U..nllarrI8On, nor would I the place to buy,your groceries.
first pavement of the kind' was laid by Gen. Harrison think of appointing him. II. %/ACIIAatls!, Proprietor Clock JewclQl U r Department Unexcelled -
Herr Uiwse, of Linde, on the Goethebridge d31declmShoes In Fits and Prices.
in Hanover in IBS7 The material Ciuuller Chip. decSMmI.
is claimed to combine the elasticity Pp'clal Corrtwpondence.Mr. have never. been known asdlt'ap
of rubber with the resistance of stone John :Moise. of LUerj ool 1, Eng: as those at J[1. Fishel's. [31jOt] LINE!
and to be perfectly noiseless. unatlel'tt'Jby land, arrived! here thin week. He coined Hoarder I. J, BROKAW
Wautetl.Call
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beat or cold, and leas slippery thanasphalt. on a visit to the ramlly,,,t Mr. William
Sinclair. on :Mrs. II. Flints, Baer-Coxbuild. -1- '
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Dire Olive M- Noble and her sister, P
John M. Clayton, brother of Ge n. Miss Loomis. of "Springfield l, Jit ss., arrived .- Repairing u Specialty.LocTn THE MARION COUNTY NUBSEKYMAN. .
1 Powell Clavton assassinated at TRAVELER'S GUIDE.
was this weok to take iioasession!' of .
' Plummerville) ., on January :.9, by their beautiful home. Mrs. Noble and
an unknown person who fired a load of sinter spent the winter here two years Schedule of the S. S. O. & 0. R R. .__., I -

buckshot through a window' breaking( ago and have now come to remain.They Arrive from HoinnuuM...._. 8,i.N r. )(. ,
Mr. Clayton' neck, and killing him i in* are the owners of one of the finest I/ev OcaU for Dunnellon. ,..30 A. ... -( >: ox WcsrlSiDE: or UARI- OFFERS TO TUB PUBLIC A FINE LIXK '
Returning....... &m p. ... gnat' .
.t.a Uy. lie was a candidate for Con- young groves in town. .... .. OF XIHWERY
Leave Hla fur llouiotuiua at ... ..... 6.1n r. ... STOCK-GRAPE ;
at the last election, against DI r. Mr. A. D. :Moore who ha been
gross spending
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Breckenridge and had aeut\.j notice | SPCIALITY.djan52m '
a the
\ summer and fall in the North returned W. W. CONDON i
'' of contest for his seat in the Fifty-first home this week, acoomjmnied l by Schedule. -J- i
Congress. Ins sister Mr. Moore has met with remarkable Night paaiengvr! north bound._......10.44 r. x.Ntjlht .
pametixertoutti bound.2.U A.III.| New\ Jewelry Store ADDRESS: :!
'' 8ucmu> in disjioaing of lands! Krwight ., M .. ..._1.44 P. M. AnthonyjFla.! .
Our esteemed friend, Mai. W. D. Dick- in and near town while )."One. He will OatH BOVVB.Paaienxer Shines with everything ia

bam, of the Dayton Journal, says that if at once commence to plant out several arrlTe t la OcaU.......... 9,07 A. M. replete Call and : .
line. .
be was Governor of Ohio, he would not orange groves! for parties North to whom :. ...,.?......ti.to p. M.FwUM his examine LAND
put a Democrat on any State Board subject he made sales. .....?......._., L15 .. M.Cauon for yourself. TITLES !I1
M to appointment by the Governor Mr. Leod, of Springfield; } Ia&-., has Ball tooth bound......._ 1 41 r. M Strings for Musical Instruments" '
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unices the law compelled it. Yet this purchased the Hopkins place of Mr. 'r. north bound 1 41 r. M Specialty. :
' man is continually belaboring Democrats M. Hickards, and will make' his home JOHN 8. FKII, -All Work on repair of Clock and Watche* ''THE BEACON
i for being partUians( and baa the gall to with us. t'p Town Ticket Agent. Ouarajiteed. .. &gAJUM3
call them "moss backs" and "Baurbons." dlr.1',1Yiltfng: was much rejoiced l this The F. S. R. R. Time Tble. Rhelnauor'a Old Stand. ABSTRACT looyr.L"fT. ,
But surely he will never get to be Governor seek by the arrival of his son from otrra BOCKD d"ICS1..aua ,
of Ohio. Foraker is bad enoughand Kentucky who PaaMnrer arriTM In Ocata.- p. M.
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Frelfht
Wind partUian. How an editor can Five cabbage are in the market here N .. _-12.06.y. K.r.. JSIJUE PLACE JCraET; THE FACtS I
be ao ancient la politics {is beyond our that were grown by Mr. J, W Johnson, vorriPMMnftr > .Dora nTaaat.rc ICBAMX. I
comprehension. liickh jn should come who has a fine crop. Vuu. arrive In Ocala__ 7.15..11. II I -1-1
Boutn and "catch on" to a few liberal '1Or.lI.! Boom, Ape" A Jaryt Block, OCALA. I ITwMtJ..ftD Orrtcs (1\
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ideas. Long silk meta at M. Fishel's. rrwcht; w _... ..110 .. ti. yoatl trrpartaoea la J'kIrI4a ; tk.tlIiocu (11
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This will be an Exposition of Pomologicol Horticultural and Agricultural products of Florida.and her soils, timbers, woods, minerals and live ... ('
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 : .
manufactures of Florida
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t a"We invite exhibits of all description: ) : particularly those pertaining to the art, mechanics\ and agriculture, guaranteeing uniform courtesy to all II


CASH PREMIUM LIST, $3,500.




GEORGE. AV. WILSON, President.:\ WM. FOX, First Vico-Prcsident._ DR. II. : '

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Shipping| of Orange hf'IiI" and planting ,
gro\c arc now In order. "- t
Mr.V. C. Iaj.l.tlln: : lian whijipc.' the -
week to Dr. U. U. FakiO ala, three' .
car-loade nf orange tr.'CM.fro c:::=>
,., 51 (t. K. Ciuiipliull' in hat n" many
order. for yranpe trl.l, particularly\ his
Wa"liirtKti>n Naval and D.imy Tankeriue. L "
( lit- (!rtittfd them in the JUNM.IIyou o
know Ho U. alm) preparing, to ship
several car-loady of orange: trees to.Cali .,

fornia.Messrs.. Carney & ('u., I understand.' I a ,
have Hold lemon I trees, their celthratedbieily \ ; ,, ;_:...... .
lemon, to set out u thirty-am
grove on the \VilhIa) <'ooiheu river. >- _hJ
Mr. J. It. Curliftlu is ehowin; his faith
in orate, culture l by Hutting< out one
hundred :K bearing, orange. trees at 'o r
his elegant country home on welt chore
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\ Mr. A. J. TooKood, of Iti\'entitle California .
was here this. week and wild if he =
had thought about it before: havinghome .
he would have brought with him
a few boxes: of oranges and leaned up r'r"
the premiums offered at the llxpomtion, -
but when it wan hinted that it was not \ ,
p
have them brought, he did .. -
too late to t .r r0 -
not seem to "(match on" Friend Too(ood, ..i '
it only takes a week to gtt them here .
+ from Uivermde by express, 'let them
M
come.Madame.
-' Humor Mates that a ('harming -
S widow) of thin vicinity will wed a + J
Candler (tentVinan! at an early\ day) L---,
Mr. M. M. lA'iijh, of Candler, with a / .
party of twenty-five took an excursion \
around the lake on thu Ma i<'io" hun-\ O POS
day forenoon and) enjoyed the panoramicTiew
AS they glided 1 along at the rate often I
miles JT hour. ;; .1
' The waters of Lake Weir have been .
: ..,
forenoon.homeSuutlisiderswhoattendtMlchurch
. on a tare since Sunday

in the IItt'aml'rla; 'lCiu" Sunday, failedto 1 o dt
with them and
take their "cea< -legd"
on returning preferred to foot it from
Weir Park to !Utanton.:! Time rough t o:::)
weather, however, has not thrown Capt.
Alford off his equilibrium, be has not 1 rr"t
Set .
missed' making connection: with a train, UJ t
t and is doing a pxnl buviness. '. ,
;. ICev. H M. Provence went to Hawthorne !' "

,'5'& Sunday whetu he preached Sunday .... r--
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Kev.: and Nunelly returned.preached Sunday: at the 'r! A TOWN LOT IA TOWN O HrH
r ChautAHqua grounds, and will preach MHI
again noon.at dame place next Hunday Os DIT after KOK LOOK Fon I _-_- i t

--- $25.00.
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SIx-ltotnt HoiiMp unit Lot for Hale.jwt .......................................... ..... .. ..................... ........m......_.................. 71O H'
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i ] half of lot 31, Cld dl's. addition ...... ...... ..
in fruit treesand '' "
well "
}' to Ot-ala ; one arm not tine water, :::1; ;ilTsTf''fl( 'I 1 f( OPEN, FOR( TIIIETY( ) '" .

Two nttohouvt'rlf loU in Miuthwest' six rooms curlier; of lot U,' ; ...............I..................,...........,.................. ...:... ................. ......... .... .. .....;......... ...............................DAYS..;.....ONLYilTFTlio ......-.............. .!..!..--.... r I'
:d variety of tille nursery trees for salmon '
t lot 33. Apply to Uev, B.lIl'1l11. [aijllt: :: ] -- II I
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In Corca the ladies are not allowed' to fir>t in tho field New Semi-Tropical addition, to the City of Ocala I Auderbon's new addition k i

appear on public ociaMons in a half-nude ulljoin"" the Hl'mi.Tropical( Expuwitiotl grounds. Three h\1l1l1rl'd lots now on..red at $:.5 each, for thirty days 1-
elate. Hut the .Koreans are only snnuciviliced. 01,1,)'. The }property) is elevated atlll on'rlookH the city. South street is now }being gnu led to the pro pert)', -THE-
In this. country, on about fashionable all Tho proposed) "dUlllm)' line," when culllpll'tl'd, will add. bit )per l'l'Ut. to the value of every lot. Lot can be

he oicasions wanU to', anyl see >in oily public tan nee of a prettywoman. paid for Oil tilt tallllll'ut! plan, iftiemmired.o cOlllmi:'&! oIlS. Ito agents ; buy direct from owner. The editor
I of the B.\NNlm: will .select lots for 11llu.n'sitlents. "(jet in Oil the ground 11001'" Flat can Ll' well at otlicl' of ocala News Depot I !

II. L. Andor-on, or address II. L. Anderson, Lock Box H'5: : Ocala, Fla.
Clothing for gent' at 'mit lurutilns at I
J I. Fishel's. [3l/.t]
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ticket for :T, at the
Twenty-onH-meal
r Chicago. ___ kilt U R RIGHTIn THE OCALA HOUSE.I LARGEST STOCK

;ilH>n't fail to l'1I.1I1u1J get an oyster fry

at the Chicago.. 31.1lf .. :
AND--
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seeking to get tho bent and most .
-h;, a U. i F.;; YONUK \ C').. The Ocala 1'luiu-
bcrp (,nil\ aud.uxuiuine their tine block for your money, Lowest Prices I I
and trot KO; Sldeclin Of any Slore:ln Southern!! Florid. ,I
ji0
-HUT- ..
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k MiNt Harco, of Itronson" and :Miss "
I. DODD ... .
ISUAEL: : : "
OCALA
Hardeman, of :Macon are visiting at p---- FLA.

Benedick.lUi'k R U RIGHTIn '" 1m 11-8&

any at Co ) I.V AITOIKIVMI: TTS TO AXY IX THK, STATK!
ovvterti in quantity
burn a Chicago! restaurant. 3utf .

w"w your selection of a trading! place? I E. B. RICHARDSON

w"w' You trade with ,
N\) you
LEAD Repainted Inside and Out -THE-
; HO\\1':144: ;'f

WE .., -----\1'i1)- Finest Liverin the City

"NEVER -0RIGHT- a
; FOLLOW i -0- a

:' ....._.. .... ,... ..... REFITTED ;.THOROUGHLY WITH ELEGANT FURXITURE LEADING SALES :STABLE

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: VirimV 1> Stock. LAWNS AND CROQUET GROUNDS -
nllltlY> Ul ---0- 0 II A J. t' P1t1ilt.

DENTIaTa.

: RO\VELL'S i is the for the --I
place HaYl the mot
HOQd Nri h: 'and the Cb+ H f'qutpped dents 1uJUnou.rerma ia.p dll( doeota and
Best > !
ttpetst. FOR TSRUS .\rrt.tr TO ; : : : L. M. TlI.\YER, MaaciL lIotb mt'mhen of the erm Ulorongbl tau of florid! a
: qPO lIItonanJ. Tee prepare 4
baa the only Shoe Storein publicrcapa
to call and tn.peCt lDnLed
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