The Ocala banner
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Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala daily banner
Daily banner
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Banner Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Ocala Marion County Fla
Creation Date: February 4, 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: UF00048734:00133
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Ol'EXKl ..t T OVA LA, FLA., JANUARY Mth, Wfl.HORlItA Hotel Arrival The tCC.lpproprlatlon.:' CITY & COUNTYDIRECTORY. ':

OCAI.A HOOK, Feb. 2.-<:'. W. Campbell' MAKTKL.I FLA., Feb. 4, 1S9. I

\ county ; S. K. iaitskill, h'lntoHh18; Editl" of the Banner : .
Tilson Maine ; Thomas H. White, Cle\e)
As explanations eeenn to l>* in order' CITY OFFICERS
and, 0.; James A. Harris. ('itra. Fla.; .
Ic Uev. H. J. Walker, Hound\ Lake ; J. Monroe a* to the appropriation of $5.001) to take Major I Pr Tho f I,arvricrk .

rJ Smith Cotton l'lant)1'la.; n). E, I'ot- that amount of stock bv the county in N! \ linluxk...
the International ) l "l'1Ihltl-t.I K lull.\
Semi-Tropical Exposition
ter Wilmantic Conn. :Sig: Gardener Sa
I f ; (f'ulll''llIr--. I'. 1i1l,1"11i.|
\'Annah., (ta.; Samuel W. Teague Lady and having been respectfully requested A'I\4'RP i Fla. by several citizens of the countyto '" IIn.'r-H. K. ,
; Lake, Fla.; J. 0. Matthews. Citra, ; P.i1. hnnwilrn.
I I the basis of action in rrt'iiilont of rounrllJno. K..I(Hinn.l .
explain my voting I ..
W. Mooring
Citra Fla. Ednin: '
Bishop ,
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IIt"f,1 l of AMvrmrii. l>n mm. K. W. Agnew, y
St. Lnitn.: .; O. 1'. Hooks, Fruit for said appropriation I ask space in .I. T. Iarieaater.tehtt "\. KitMclu .K, I. lh.>t, K.O.: 0I
and\ Park, Fla.; W. Wilkinson.. Palat- your I'ap'r to do so. I smith II W chumllrr. t. lln-wii mud \V. U. Mat

EII Ap 6 ., rr kll, l'la.1); W. :Spratt::: Jacksonville, Fla.; Without! any pretentious!'! to proficiencyin shall.Sanitary\, itiapccter| w. T. KI| >". .
the fundamental of the Mate 1 ti
1. M. Burnett Liverpool, KinH.: 11. I
Tenable, Detroit, Mich. had previous to ('J"IItItht' vote in question COUNTY OFFICERS. '

OCAI.A Hot'IIE..h.. 3.-I-otiis :Stern: :Savannah : read "section" :S of Article 9, of the I'onnty .ImttnKlrhnnt MMV" tliy. ; .i
Ua.' Mrs li. W. Miller\ Constitution! of 1885.! No tax shall be ("1011111'h'rk l h. A. Miller!
Crjstal tu flit! K: T. \ t
levied 1 <<1 t in of law. I .
I pemianco
Hin'rl[ Fla.; lien. Hheinauer, dh'1; tnrnl'll 'IIIII''fJ.' I'I III hl"n.
then to section :2 of Chapter 3GS2 (
Campbell, county ; C. A. folltTUir-ll\ Warttnana, CUM
vilie, l Ky.; E. C. Miller, city ; Miss Bur- of the) I-rtws of Florida, wliiih was approved Treaanrcr'' s: L'i:;; i' lea v InMnictlon-M.\ I,
Miiwrlntomloiit of I'ut.llo
June "th for the of *
nett, Brooksville! Fin.; H. H. Bridges, ; 1SX7! purMis| + I'lmif, MomliiKtonlonnljr

Wilmington, X. C.; J. T. Uarron Coluiu- ascertaining for what purposes appropriations C''I\II1II.| '.|tnllt'I'1I-ti.V.. Ixmv, \\'. I'.
his, S. C.; Wm. Keiulrick, Jacksonville, could be made) and Nixes levied. Tntntlmm liiliiiimn.'llio. M I. II. Inn; .'. M"' I'errlii U.T. \\ll-
I there found "(lie Board of County .
Count) Comiiilwloiirn mart l the first Mooll -
/ + M1 rr raw! I
Commissions" every county, at a meeting J r In rvrry month
MnvTEZi'MA HOTEL Feb. 2.-H. lI.Tavor I
for ,correcting! revising.: the county /.VlKH.l Santos, Fla.; F J. Titeorab, EustU, shall) immediately> Ou M. S 11I""r, A. R ((.rlttin I'. I.. l'IIr1'IOIl'' .
lIE ) INTKRXlTJftXIL AND t SEJf1-TROCI.l1. EXPOSITION Fla.; }<;. X. WiI on, Umatilla, FU.; l K.llu- assessment. rt' I"rhn"llkJIII'11 t morns lint MorKUy In etrry month t
ascertain and determine the amount of
lick and wife, Elmore, Minn.; 1 E.: C. I COUNTY BOARD OF HEALTH.
_L money to be raised by fax: for countymurposes (1yP
Moy Hunk. Thornton, St. Ixnus, Mo.; W. C. D. Pooh- I'ndlilfmDr T I1. BUDGET OF HOME NEWS telle, Belleview, Fia.; A. I.. hella-iyer, including the current ('xJ''IIHt'1I1ntl'r'flt Ht-cntttry-Ciiia! K: II. UlrlmnUoii.MoniUni ,
_. _.' This unique and perfect manipulator on tninded debts, bridges and : -lr, li. A. l'iU1lth. Anthony, Mttwr.
:) =: =-= :::" Idlewild Grove, Fla.; (i. W,11'ilis' HelloL'laine I
soiled linen, holds" forth in tin Montezuma I county bridges) I then revolved' in my M. \\Iu'.rAII.t: 1J.II.lnlll.UOAHD ti
C. L. B1TTIVGKU 1ty: Editor. Iowa ; C. A. Smith, I/jinsville. ,
--- -- block. He guarantees: that the mind, and t tried to ascertain" whether or OF TRADE.
-- H. Head J. A. St. hallway
Ky.; K. : Augustine !
deepest| and Murkest Mained garmentwill not there was tax Olit114 provided
Young 8nob wa extremely popularToretalnasafeperpen1icalar Fuller Scotland ('onn.W. any l'n'ai h'nt- J. K. Imnn
; George ;
be made to rival the driven snow in : for law to be levied by Count' Commissioners
P. Wilbur Edward W. Moor by ) flee l'r-! But nit 1 feet strayed: apart, whiteness, and a'* to the manner of doing I Burbridge, ; that did not come under the KOImmntoHiovvriiomA' i
thumrwl Ida heart: lug. St. Ism iis' Mo. George Malyran ; : >r
And taut collar, culls and shirt ho nnm, the ; head ," and failed to I' Maim JrC. Ithelnsuer -
t When be slid off on hin auricular t up ehbuiy f Fla.; W. F. HOllnoHaltimoTt', of"'ur'ntXI'I"'I't'H.| .1 Inn. t<'. liiinn, J. II I. I.lvln best is excelled) by IIi hI. jive our celestial !Md. Avoid P.. Saundstrom, New York do so. 1 then tried to ascertain! whether+ \ \\m. KIIX:: and, H W, M box of 5-cent friend' call. ?tdfcbl ; ; the whole would! hllUlalt'fially
Go to Sanders' and ut a a or not county\ as a
n. F. George, and wife, New York ; J. H. BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION .
benefited th.ltot'k
cigars for f 1. Fruit Grower In i'ouiicll. Jones Lake Kerr, Fla.; (J. M. :McCray, by taking ,
aforesaid and the conclusion
-- came to
Itapids Mich. C. E.: Doughterty,
Weather unsettled The t'xP'uticummittt'l> of the Flor- ; that it would, and I ulan that conclusion rnuMvnt' l II WllnurMcvlTcKlJent '
Wllkesborre Pa.
da Protective i fruit Growers Associationmet I Itecamo!! fully satisfied that under the ; Kit I IfMicwt. t01.

County Boards in HJision to-day. Saturday afternoon in the parlors of MoNTEZfM HOTEL, Jan.3.;J. A. Ivev, phraseology'{ in the seition ilxm quoted t MicUry IfaMirJot liintort TrtHHiirvr.Ixmli, J. T. Ijiiirjutrr. Ileac Ste

the Ocala House to take steps towards Banford, Fla.; W. L. Clark, city ; K. E.Munson. ;. from, (dial) immediately thereafter ascertain tllt'lI', I. UfO\\II. M. (t' Uh 4, A. L I vltsiesst,| U. I).
Mr. Pettingill, the fruit man, has pone receiving delegates; to the convention Wa'.lingford.! Vt. ; lilac A. :Mnn- and determine the amount of ZarharllUl amid K. A. Hnrlur.

to Palatka. rtbich will meet in the O|>e-a House son, Wallingford. ; J. H. Junes, Lake in ney to 1 he> raided by tax for county OCALA RIFLES

Wednesday, February 6th. The attend Kerr, Fla. ; U. H. Waterman city: I D. M. purx| >ses" that the County Commismon-! ('al'I.III--H"| A. !" ""h.
The court will keep grinding grit this ai "fl wan lartre. Among the prominent Hodefler, Citra, Fla. i: S. T. Metcalfe{ Na- ors were legally vested with authorityto First Mnitrimnt-. H. MK'onnell

week yet. ___________ ;iei.ions largely interested in this move I'll I, Fla. ; Charles Forbes city. make the appropriation. I then with !Kccoml Forty MeniltTK Uetitnuint-'. K. William

A sensation from Little Lemon Island, were lion. P. 1' Bishop, Jan. A. Harris, Ilnsllako Breezes. the County l'Commissioners tried to get FIRE COMPANY.

jyj, Lake Weir, to-morrpw. Jno. U. Mathews, Citra ; Major Hooks, the sentiinvnts of our eop1e| through .
I .
(:) It
t Kruitland Park ; ('01. Adam L. Eichel- Our Regular CorreitHn:
General Tilson, of Orange Bend, was border, Williams, M. E. Potter. I. I.. Several Ealltlakt'rsattl'ndf'11 the Eijwv otherwise provided for, as to the.. appropriation Fist .M&IIJ--LlIlI... Volk.

in the city over bunday.. Coburn and 1>r. Fakes Ocala, and General sition last TI1l'14
.- --- --- Tilson, Orange Hend. The latter The L. N. K.: II. Club met at. Mrs. and had good' reasons to !>eievef! '1'wentyllvarncwl.srs StrrctaryII. Mallvtl..
.in a'w II
I Postmaster Titcomh, of Euntis, toot: gentleman wan made temporary chairman Henry Gerald's Weilnestlay, where that two-thirds of the citizens of the HOOK AND LADDER COMPANY. 4I

.. the sacred Exposition concert yetrterday. and Mr. Williams. temporary| seers the afternoon was l pleasantly ppvnt.( county favored the appropriation. i"rtrstdent-Abram Palmer

i! Clothing for gents at great baptains at tary. Mr. \V. I). Brinston and his mother At the time of voting I had' not read .Korvnmn\Vllki I II'nlL z

M. Fishei'8. [3Ij6t J A committee wan appointed to wait on arrived here Thursday.Mr. section 10 of Article U of the Constitution AllihoUn\-W"U..IU4.b&l: Jlol1. 'I

-- Genital! locker of Leesburs:, the attorney ( and never heard it quott'.). There Twenty member d

Thomas H. White, of sewing machine for the fruit (growers, who will draft Ephriftin Barr and Mr. F.other A. Hamilton seems to 1 be some contlict with section 7 LULUlA LODGE, NO. 31, I. 0. O. F.Mr 'J
the .
fame, of Cleveland, Ohio, waa in the city a constitution and bylaws to meet all caught several fish day, and 10 of Article IX of Constitution.. U 1
them weighing \1'i! | '' every u-'r evelllrll.1W. ]
> L' the of exifitm laws which was one I trust hat our legislature either at the .
Sunday. ; requirements ;: among II. (chulll, :.N.. U.W. '
conductor on will be submitted fir ratilication at the s. ensuing sjx-cial or regular! ncstioti will M. I'idlll'xlSicretery
is the new :
Captain King; ha convention that will convene here \Vedlielay. The appearances are that dry gj; >odit define more clearly the mode of which All I viiltliiK/ lirtithi-n nlUlly liiTlu

the B. fi., 0. & 0. R H. Mr. foist .. Colonel Bennett, of Okahum- and groceries are taking a fall, as Hamilton appropriations may ho ma'u by County OCALA CHAPTER NO. 13, R. A. M.

resigned ..._ !Lee, was unavoidably detained by Hick- ,x l'arlll'lIt..r'lIlItoro took a notion to Commissions, and\ (I'lil'tll"y should (HU Chapter, No. U. R. A. M. Convocations
R. H. Venable, of Detroit, Mich., and} ness In his family The object is a good, fall off its foundation, and fell about two be restricted I in such appropriations bv drat Monday inghtlii every inonih.II .

,'. of tobacco fame, U housed at the Ocala one, and we trust the fruit and I truck feet nearer the dejxit. \'IN.(1oV'rnor t the will of the people expressed by bal J. H. KKAZKK, KcrcUry.Ilia W. ios,11.r.

House. _. .__ growers of this county will be on hand 1'lemfuk'Vitt Ito Herts lot. 1111It'11.1"| | hold Sunday School add social
of finest on the 6th. Aaapublii-servant, I invite hemmingcriticismH k-'IJC"l every Muudity luoruluii At Axutw'ahallj
For the best awortment call L Governor FI..ruilljotHih'lt to Major! T. n].XHI all Ill)' otllcial- acts, hotwill I alms> I'f'al'llilli| | at lily tit at regular hour and

Englisl: ) crackers and jumbles. on A fine line of dress gtssl' for lea/ I). Ijincahter, of February 2nd, thankinghim treat with scorn and contempt such I 1 invittvl.: mrvlliitf' every Wedneslay! nlgtil. All areTRAVfLER'S

Brown,. .the grocer.Fred pownsat M. FishelV.. [31j 5t] fur the limitation to be present iinanthori/.ed and vitamin Ilirigs as "1I" :

the jt'welt'r, not only sells' "Military Day," and says that lie wi I Inmost may have had private reasons for his
I:'' watch but will repair Mr. C. F.I""f'l'ney. of Jacksonville, \ is happy to IM present af't\IJII.Hl\dll\40Wllill\ \ real estate in oft, GUIDE.

i the \Vaterbury out of order 2feb.'t:? the new Ocala telegraph t>|'>trstor. -.------ near Ocala or having stock. in the Ocala
,i 'J them if ;they get Have now I learned what Mr. l't'IIItMm TinI'lrst I'rnyer.Mre. Coni|>'nny, and if no, we do not wonderhe I Schedule of the S. S. 0. & o. R R.

de Benson, Lake Weir, is intends doing.E. Seth! Brow n has shown us a cony does not make them public."
The Hotel I Arrive! front Ilom.eama.....?..... S.4.'i r. M.
filled with tourist and gue*tn. But then of the first praer ever uttered in the 11. W. I..ostl.. Lure! O"lIla for Hunnellou.......... v.:!n A. M.KeturiihiK .
;." these *o.le| in witinjr N. Wilson, a member of the Legislature Congress\ of the (Tinted !States and lit,- .t..M 5.1 Ml i.. M.
who can blame | from Lake ( registered "Jacksonville l Lave ihala for lloin'majuM at .......... .30 r. M.
the loveliest slots' in she state. county was I li\ere l by the Hev. J. lJudlt and published Day" at the l"xxmition| ,.
:'.,. one at the Montezema yesterday, on his way I in Thiichtr' Military' Journal under will lake place February. 14th ; "Ijtkc\ F. C. (\ P. R. R. (Old F. R. &: N. Line.), I

; Captain J. W. Brook. of Cotton Plant, to Tallahassee." date of December I 1777. ll i I" certainlya County Day") February Wt h. Specialrates Schedule.

he can't do without the JI.snR, ---- great curiosity and will be on exhibition will I Ut ma>U on all railroads Uail-
t. says and added a .silver w heel to transport! it The Young People*' Society of Christian at the Semi-Tropical 1 l LxN] >silion.Cliertp lob to Ocula. N'Ulil |utwM ni!{< Endeavor: 6f the Metllatist church. Aught' (I.aawngeraanh IMIIII\.2.1:1: A. M.rrijtii .
to his poM-otfice another year./ > ................___.IVir. M.
R will give, omivrt Thursday night. It (Joodit. TheSeini.Tropidl hadafj I lendldattciwdatico

the meat man. has .litBused{ ofhisbUSiIiCS.4 commences at 8 o'clock.\ jentenlay. Old all.1011"1l, r f'llallll MUSIC I ""U"II.arr.v..I .
rya Taylor, The Second Hand Store ban removed I'aas'ng.'r In <**ala.. 0.07 A. M,
the genial Magnolia I street admired! the displays" and drank in :. ,
to the Montezuma Block. You can find ....._.....11.111 r. M.
Mr. 11. 2Ucharias. Mr. Charles I. Hudson, of Lake Weir, to the Hwe 't strums of t'xaltillllal\Ollt'linill Freight .. to .............._.. L35 A. M.
;. merchant, sent up this morning for the S" .-mi-Trop now in stock. crot-key, glassware furniture, lallll.I.Allv"r" NU'f'llrnulti.1M only < 'olbyV band' could Canon Hall cotUh tiouml............... .._ 14t r. L
e, }Ir. J. B. IJoujrla-w., the j popular merchant ical Exhibition a monster Indian potato ar.., ('01\$ and pillows musk-ally\ note them. north buund*........"........_.. 1.41 r. II'
, of Summertield, has purchase<<
bt : (' wild' w here I yards Jorg.. first-clasM range, water-filters coolers. It tray: nl.t be generally known, though ;. .". ;. *t tip Town Ticket Agent. ,
Btiaudgliaefamily the b live in thefuture. by I of
J. thing wi state as a bold fact and worthy The F. S, R. R. Time Table.
Our Methodist friend 4feb2td
good are determined need. :
yon cremation, that the title of Honorable
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__- to build that new church. | OU7H JlfJO"IJ.l'IUIfIl'lIl1l'r .
2,276were I txilli to the modest Sinretary
lucorporated.- wi're applied' -
Mr. H.,n. Bridges, of Wilmington, JJ. pledged yesterday. The Young I arrives () > ;
of the Semi-Tropical. J. O. Clarke, In (.ala"M IM r M. f ,
C.. the lIOn of the late distinguished! Cx II.> People'' Society of Christian Endeavorin The enterprising community of An- and l its retiring treasurer, I 1S. A. Miller, on .. ".0.y. .'aw.. ............... 11.16 r. N. )
Line .... .
t president oft tb- Coast the church promiso to raise 1500. itmlf with l.rinl'.lyUlllUlcil.al r"IKb\.. .. .. .. silo A. M.KOBTH
adorned a
Bridges, revered at the thony last Saturday, anllllallIrJt thin morning .._ ........12.0& A. N.
R., is in the city and suit Saturday. The following recovered from the Miuck it gave thmn. .1'
;; The lion. Jno. F. Dunn, State Senatorfor
Ocala 1 Jloute.1 are the ofljcer. of the town government : BOUND. I,
Romeo this and Sumier county, accompaniedbv ila r. W. H. fctewurt ; aldermen, E.: Hoarder. "I ell. I'aMwncei arrives I In (Hs a_....(...._ 7.1S A. N. Irnoe&ib& I

)lr. G.M. Martin tree eight, postma years terat old from and Marion's A. P. Baakin.Hepresentatives departe l, Dr.fur 151 Tallahassee itch- Swain; ; B. R. Stripling II. Mead.iwa, Call on Mm. H. Flint, Baer-Ox buildiny .. ,,, :.. .1 =-...:::=:1:1/ :',:.' I

the has an seed orange, that bore its first; fruit this. year, Saturday night, BO as to l he on Ed.: Priest and L J. Brokaw, alllotxlMnd over Schwerln'w clothing/ store. It* ....._...,...11_iti A. K. i

I Mo m which weighed l 61 pound, hand for the nominating caucus! at thai true men. IJf'llIl-Trol'h'"I Chorus.Itehsarealat { I

and the fruit was root excellent.Capt.BillKeudricktheunI' place to-day.____ The y. B. O. & 'i. railroad wiU receive a J
coaches fir their line Metho'list! church tonight.Ixt .
first class, The Italian surfacing hands on the S. two new |passenger all come that possibly can. By older .
this week t<> accommodate the mcr*! uting ,
' allwo.l and a yard Honda fi., O. fl (}., came tti Ocala Haturday to travel. of committee' LEAD t
in the properly celebrate day. It is Jl6H'tIt'f'8 -..
, of Jacksonv'l'e! is cityleastim. pay -- -- -- ,
" admiring, tbs Exposition and at to say that the social (chit* did a land Mr. George ri. Mayo warn it. distinctly Two Engines: for "Half Cheap WE ,
/ Bill's i initials as office business and whennijht; arrived that he i i" not the 1' ]
Git. understood 'ot'r\lJU'
JuJtltt'lry. '
the Ocala : of the State, are one of the l't"lebratHNlIJl'8m.. hilariously' altercation in the At thin otliae. One liar goal i $-horlt6 >REYER< FOLLOW I t
bv the people who ellj,1 a slight J
conferred boiler. 'au be bought low. Apr _
volitiltt and suddenly immobile that l power "'-00--' '"
Ocala Uouhu the other day. One hundred
"B. L. CapL Finch iWIII'ovi01| E l a sleeper for the iersons have stopped him to get |ply at once.Dr. I
P. P |
+,: : :-i oon61 vise min callitd him Pensacola el( Italian count in which to make his return aartttulars. The next tne that taikeL Pai'ley has rHi>rne fJ to Ocala andre ....IN COHVLrtKlilUB AND.....

Clarke worlHl the, letterfrom banks in T.tfanyA I journey film, may I get tltOlil1 with all the accentuation -oicmecl| hintlental olluc:. h:'lnrate l in r
last week "" thrown in- the tcliools of dentistry and medicine,
of New York. He lk'OOI', '''! in Several colored- women ralll -to town __ ___ I .
Co.. with a practical expfrivncuuf more t than '
___ Ja and .klJ'lphl out In search I this morning in a wagon with |poultry Her, sarnuel .vote. J UU Fay, i U thirty years i ir. leading I li1hhA feel. Val'iotr of Stock.E1ToodE&Nash

of oTher and fresher field to feed upon. and in turning this! corner in rear o( regaling; himself on -tauud Ilint-aSIJIII' warraiite<| in Mwiuriiig the jxiblic of the .

Watch out fur him. Agnew's! store, made it too thort Result of bin own raising\ lUll that in the oj*" 'bttt Mr vice. the profewlon can render

to Crystal -A spilling of their freight and thtm air. Mr. S. has brn quite successful Dl*<-t,,.*-,t of the mouth arid artificial : 4
Col. Parr returned' from a run bait selves, with serious bruises to their per with tin luscious fruit and will make an I denture a sj-edalty. OUi.tI'f'r Flshel'astore -- : "'

ri 'er,4QWn hAt brautiiul stream to ,on,. One of them wan pitched a HOW. exhibit at the Sub-Tropical of it and time in rear of Dr. Gary'n oflh--
River, across to the ever romantic that dot the meraault: and landed on her neck. Wonder blooms they i ut on while) fruiting: That) jall'J dIm wit .= 'f

,1 1 MIl8&, and says the islands extreme. it was not broken. i i. right ; kP.bt' J along!

crystal waters are lovely in the and Slaves have oarer been known an Latest B'.yle,"* of silk, In all new thadea, Jcfford'f Old BUnd. futUe Sqaart Ocala FU. :

can.'iNJ..OyltNtI find them and all game abounds you II I I claeap u. those at M Fislml'a. [31JW] LOCK silk mils at M. FUbel's..' (Slj6t] for evening dresses at )I. Fwhel'. Slt 1.8150x !

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I II) r.o ::111 I\ 01', :1 rll.. 1110
Inches :. IS 7 00 1 i5 75 i "
1 Inch 2/: 12 4 6(1 1.l5 51J
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For further Information apply at office.! or "

1;' address*' ft L. BITTING, "'i. ,t, .. "
Business Manager r
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The 1'lHcnli Club. .
Thl splendid noml, organization will
give a ball in the Opera Houne, Tuesday .
,';' night, and l a grand time fnay be l conii-
dently anticipate! by nl,1! l and young
They are determined it shall II ItrJ",. &any
s similar event" in the history of.If.clety: / / C7
gatherings. 1 he only thing the club han .,
been unfortunate in, waa in thinking .
that the job printing rooms of Ocala r
;1 jOHBCRied J nothing sufficiently! rrtcHfithe o b--
in the card or invitation line to do honorto : .
their elegant entertainment, and HO
,,, sent to Savannah, (la., to wt their material O
and printing done. Result ; t and dipgUHt. Know in)? a,. 4 a .
they now could have supplied the cards and executed -
a vastly superior piece of mechanical :
". work. But then Its live and learn
The editor of the DAILY HANNAH nays r
their invitation lirA what in printer
., \ parlance i I. known as blacksmith: work. i---t i

Well Carpeted. H

Yesterday Captain Thayer, the polite'
t and attentive bomface<< of the IncolOpar-1
t able Ocala house, received a
roll of very superior American Brussels I
carpet for his hotel that wan 400 ... r
feet long, weighed!; 1,500 pounds and took o ." 'S
,r twenty men to tranefer It from the S S::J l wagon to the building. Captain Thayerhas O
had some experience with hotel l :
' 1 s carpets but said this consignment roll. .
e ali
over of them.

Israel Brown, the exclusive Ocala 1 J k---.J

grocer, has added to his stock a superior ,
line of crockery and chlnaware.Captain S
O CJ ,
4 Tash requests the members of ) 1
the Ocala Uifles to a'tleml Hie regular '
monthly bufinens meeting to be held in =

;" the armory February 4th, at 7.30: p. m. "s.I ,. .... ,01/ "' O _
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;;, t
I! Latest styles of silks,in all\ new shades, t : :. O -
+ /or evening< '
.. 'I.- -n-* >4 III I ., '''J'.1V //l-if. ,
i'+ The subject of Hev.. C. B. Wilmer's .
l lecture sterday alto noon before the rr U
students of (ilenn-Mary College wall: r ,
"The sphere and Edncalion of ""ontln."
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Long silk> mite at.M. Fiahel's.!" [3lj6t] I

The latliuo the haul'ixro; coming to I I
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M1'+ the front. At the meeting the medical ..." .... '
society at St.Augustine i the other ' 1t, watt enrolled) among the list of members .il.{ ATWNLOT '
' and tw.d h 'vejest }>een elected directors Fun tc-c KT "
t of a bank in Atlanta, Ua. And, by theM ; Fun ., ..
,, way if bank cashiers, of the male p per I 2500. 1 I $25.00. HHO. .....2 I

y' euaeioncontlnuo to go' wrong, it would ............................................ ...... :.. ................ .- .. .. .....
beta' \good' Idto<< iy>p tht,e j' ftces to --- --- ------ --- -- --- -
t. wttnlen'exclueitely.A O.ffi ; ,

; gowns fine at M.-line FlshelX---of---dress, -good 31j6t for ]tea := ilTHlS.OKFKlli: : ::[ :! : J {::!}::(IS: : : :OJ113N:!: :r. : .:::; 1 FOR: :{. :...THJimj.DA\jONLYfjr": : i:): (,A: { : Lamc r-- c


The lied Grocery, Magnolia street, is
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.51 the place to buy 11. XACHARUS your grin-cried, Proprietor. The fu>t in the t field New Semi-Tropic.tI addition to the City of Ocala Amlenson's new addition ': : .

i d 3111t'C1m nttjoinM. the 1'mi.Tropicat Exposition grounds, Three htUHlrt'lt lot now otferelI at 825 each, for thirty days -- ---- .'>>
onl 1.) The pm'Im'rty 1M elevated autl overlooks the city. South street i is now being graded to the I' .
property. -
The Cleary bars am is ready up.tnd. to take the all|polite tickets Captain for Tho proposed "'duulvy line," when completed, will add 100 per cent. to the value of every lot. Lots can be ---

!A those who may wish to see the exhibitsat paid for on the iUl-tallull'Jlt luau if d t'\irl't1.\ So counnnodons, no agents ; buy direct from owner. The editor
the Somi-Tropieal. of the 11ANNIOt will select lots for nou-residentrm. "Gl in on the ground 1100r." Plat can be seen at oflice of OGata News DeDot I .
S -- ---- ---- II. L. Au<1",.,,", or address II. L. Anderson, Lock Box l'J5, Ocala, Fla. I ,

;, Clothing for gents at great bargains\ atM I
nehel s. [3IjGt]
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+, Taylor, the melt man. has disposed| of
k hi"bu"Uim to the genial Magnolia' t Uvt.inercbant > 4 U R RIGHT I THE OCALA HOUSE. STOCK
Mr. Uf.ltal law.! '1Twentyope .

meal ticket for f7, at the ----1---- AXl) -
Iu seeking to get: the best and most --
Chicago. 30tfoy

S S '. :SBulk rst4,r.. l la any J quantity, at Co- for your money't The of the Lowest Prices I!

S, burn a Chicago re'*taur\nt. 30tf -BUT- LeadingHotel City Ot any Store:;ln Southern Florida. .
S Por Hale, -0- '

e Or to exchange: for an orange grove. ---.\.. I. DODD ISRAEL, : : OCALA, FLA. .
aq extra tlnebied stall ion. \, for\ jeareol. f,
,;. next t; May! Apply, toe J. Lee, Cotton R U RIGHTIn 3&11- $ .
1/ = i Ji_ -
your election of a trading place? ,. I -

: You Kiy you trade with E. B. RICHARDSON, ;
Repainted I Inside and Out !

!}i... FOLLOW. .:::!f.IN = -.L D- Finest Livery-0LEADING --In-- tli City j


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y t of Stock. -Im31ai-- ..' '
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KOWELL'S i is the place for the --I -
k' mood.&=Nashtr = line the wet nurtoua]
: = Beet and the Cheapest! lie equip Pe4 denial room.in appointment'tbe and belt
Fox TEKM Ami TOt : : : I. M. THAYKK: MASAGEB. lio.membt-n 0' 01. linn ot F'.orlda
has the only Shoe Storein & l. The PUbUr O1orouab1] pr.pare 11
Jefford'l Old Bund: ItbJio t.)ur, Ocala, Fla. OCALAm- KLiHIHA. In call and Inspect their omce.fttope.-ttall1 1.
Marion Sew I'OOII t
t County. m11ae 1&. irerehaatrNanon.dtjanan BA1ik Bwldill6, cilil( )
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OPEN AT OCALA FLA., JAXUARY t&ih, 1SS. Hotel Arrivals. The $:'\IO .\I'Irnlrlatlnn.lARnL CITY & COUNTYDIRECTORY Ii 1 1 1h

-'-- .' OI'ALA HotsE, Feb.2.-c. W. Cninnbell, FLA., Feb. 4, 1W9. h,.
county ; S.: K. Gaitskill, Mclntosh ; Davis Jditlf of ,the Manner : \ .
Tilson, Maine Thomas 11,11'hite, Clt..p1a'II
0.' James; A. Harris, Citra. Fla.; As eXl'll\natlol1f1l1l'eml"" to b. in orderas CITY OFFICERS, i I

lev. II. J. Walker, Hound l.ak..1.; Monroe to the appropriation of $.;.00) to take Mayor It Tho. V I.IUT; ,i iriork I ,
-a-- a Smith, Cotton l'Iant1 Fla.; I). E, Pot. that amount of stock by the countIn imiMk. 1 rr
*? ) MarahI.F J,
: lull.
the International Semi-Tropical Exposition -
tt'r, Wilmantic, Conn.; Sig Gardener, Savannah t.Ulll..turI''. liaI"*>". ,J
Ga.; Samuel" W. Teague) adv and having been respectfully requested AM-HJI,. K: Mrlver. {I
Lake, Fla.; J. O. Matthews I Curs, Fla.; P. i by several citizens of the countyto Tf\'rt'r-H. R. ends.'ten.
explain the basis! of my action in voting I l'n'IIIt'lIt ofCduncllJno.. F'. iMinn.
1' Bishon, Citra, Fla.?; Edwin W. Moor- Itonrdor Aldermen\ F. Ill it, E:. w. Agnew, 1
lug, St. Loin*, Mo.; O. 1', Rooks, for said appropriation, I ask IIpat'11I'our J. T l-HiionKtor, John .\. 1t""t'I..a""+,, U It.-It, 1.i.: '
I and Park, Fla.; W. II. Wilkinson. Fr\llt-I' .\ pai'er to do so. "Hmlih 11. \V handler llrownml \> U. Marshall ],
Ab I j
Rp houtanypretenti to proficiency
ttl! '
l'Ia.1).1V. .
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I'I"IIIIH Iiii i-itor W T. 1\11'16. ;
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t Ei 1. M. Burnett. Liverpool Eng. 1 K. 11.1 in the fundamental of the State, I t
ttih ; I n'
4fIIEBf, 'F 1 EB.6flA i l) { 1 1r Tenableletrtut) Mich.: had previous! to casting, the vot,. in question COUNTY OFFICERS. j'
read section. 3 of Article 9, of the roiini I "
OCALA) Horns' Feb 3.-Ixmis Stern Savannah ) .Imlin'" Kirhant) Mrebnsthy 1
Constitution of 1885, Xo tax shall I belevied ('nllllll'l.'rl.. I 11 I \ Miller
Ga.' Mrs G. W. Miller\ Crystal
!"tii-illf l K; I 1'. \t mlllauis.tt'al \ Y
Hh"t'rt Fla.j; lien. Uheinaner, city ; C. W. \ tnrm..l t in pursuance! of law. I 'rJ.. 1' Mathews' '".
I Campbell, county ; C. A. Smith. Louis- I then to section 2 of Chapter 3(>S2 J'olUTtor-ll T w.rtmanB, CitraIrramiivr ,
of the I aws of Florida, which was appro.l S I:' |'JM! sulwrtntcndcut
vine, Ky.; E. C. :Miller, city ; Miss Bur- < $ ; :; of 'Public rnlltrlwtln-M.. 1*
U" June 7th, lttrl, for the purjioseofAscertaining '
nett, Brooksville, FlA.; H. Bridges, < '"
for what appropriations 1 Wiilyi \\'. I VV, 1'.
I Wilmington, N. C.; J. T. B.irron, Coluiuia purposes 1''lUml lnll\-tI. AUK
Jacksonville i could be made and ldxeslevied.I Trnniham.: It. Coo 1: F.H.. Ivrrln..r.U-
Wm. Kendrick
8. C.; ,
I there found, "the Board of County 1 J
Fla. The Uanmly "Coinnit'wloiifrs nll1 l the flml Mon-
l'omllliA.ooinllM county, at a meeting ,
liOTitLFeb,2-R.Ii.Tav- every itay Inovory month
MoNTEzt'MA: for currt..tillllllr \'i inlo the F. !Ii.i T. Wartmann, JI
: county i ,
lot, Santos, Fla.; F Titcomb, Eusth, shall! t thereafterascertain M. H. i i"i! ; idlr r. i.. hnrt.ue" I
lIE ILOHWA ISTRR\'J\ Tlf .\'AT. A\D SKMI-TJiOFICAL EXPOSITION Fla; I';. N. Wili'lun, Umatllla, Fla.; K Gu- assessment! and determine immediately the amount of t'lItMillt.u\t 1II..l11l1l1It Monday In every month.

--- --- lick and wife, Elmore, Minn.; K. C. COUNTY BOARD OF HEALTH.

-BUDGET- OF HOME :NEWSL. Moy Hong./ elle Thornton, Belleview, $t. Louis', Fla.,;Mo.A. ;I L.W.Eichelberger C. D. Pooli-, money,purposes to, including be raised the by current tax for ex1|county.onses.interest amtcounty "t'hlt.tIt-lr' \'I'I'\'lIlr--'lIl't.T K I'.11.Oary KUhanlwni.Mi'inlxTn \ .

This unique and perfect manipulator! on Ixindcd debts, bridges : -lr. It. A. Miillh, Anthony, Ittvwn. .
W. Wills. Belle
= = : Idlewild Grove Fla. G.
-- -- ::- = = soiled linen, holds forth in the :Monte- ; bridges." I then revolved in my M. N. :MoM-raixlD. H. In (In. /
Co BITTING 1tyEditor.Young iMaine, Iowa ; C. A. Smith, Louisville,
_. .. ---- Kiitna block. He iruaranteen that theJt'f'llt'st llailwav mind.'nnd, tried. to ascertain whether or UOARD OF TRADE ,
-- Ky.; 1 U. H. Head, J. A. Augustine -
and blackest Mained' garmentwill not there! was any tax that was ,provided
Snob WM extremely popularTo Fuller bent land Conn. W. 1'n-i.i.UMit-J F." 1111111I.t. .
;; George ;
be made to rival the driven in I for hlaw be levied Commissioners .
retain a ufe pcrjfndicular, Know 1'. Burbridge Wilbur Edward W. llJorill to by Countv \ (' l'r"lIhlt'IA.1 vVinihrn. I
But bit feet strayed apart, whiteness, and at to the manner of doing : ; [ that did not come under the Mt'ctstar't': no. F'mm x.
thumrwl l hie l heart: collars, cutls and shirt l>o oms, the St. I.ouis, Mo.; George Malyran. (head ofcnrrent ," and failed to iloanl:: of (J.,vernon -'A. I'. :Man, Jr., C. llhelnnutr -
t "llehd.ffdto' on Lip: auricular t t up l.tesbmlrgt[ FJa.; W. F. Doilney) Baltimore, expenses Jno. K Dunn, J. Idvlmmgshin, It, A. 1
best is excelled by him. (live our eclemtial :kid. Avoid B. Sanndstrom New York do so. I then tried to ascertain whether \>entlu>n. \\m.; Fos:: sod i JI\\'. Mut-ly.
box of 5-cent friend call. .tdicbl. ; not the whole would be
Go to Sanders' and t 't a a or county aa
U.o'. George and wife, Xew York ; J. H. BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIA.
cigars fur fl. Fruit (J rowers in Council. Jones( Lake Kerr, Fla.; G. :M. !McCray! aforeNiiil materially. benefited nnd by to taking the conclusionthat the stock T1ON. j
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Gram Kapids, Mkli. ('. E.: lKughterty,
; it "OI1J.1I\IIIIIII'OIl that conclusion l'n' Mfiit-t It VMInuThivitlary
Weather un"l'ttJl..1.County The executive committee of the Klorda |
1Vllkeslorre,1a. I satisfied that under the 'leeI're.Ideal Fd: I eimanal.
Protective Fruit Growers Association 1"l\lllt' fully ; :
and t Trn'aanrcr.I Utul 11 Fox.Honnlnt .
....ion Saturday afternoon in the of MoxTEZfMA HOTEL, Jan.3.-J. A. Ivev, in the section ibove quoted (
Boards* in fe to-day. met parlors phraseology l>in<<-tori-J. T. Ijiticiuter. IwiacBt r,
the Ocala House to take HtepH{ towards Hanford, FIIW.; I. Clark, dtK.; 1 E. from "shall immediately thereafter ascertain i>hcini, I. Hrown, V H.li.4.. A. L Ilclollt'tll..llI. 1).
Mr. l'ettln iIl, the fruit man, has pone. receiving delegates to the convention Mouton: Walingford.! ; Iwuc A. :Mnn- and determine the' amount of Zacbarliu unit Ie. A Hiirttinl. y.

to Falatka. whh'hfill meet in the Opt -a House son, Wallingford. ; J. H. Jones, Lake in ney to be raised by tax for county OCALA RIFLES
Kerr, Fla. ; U. U. Waterman, city ; D.I M. that the Commissioners Nanii.Hr .
Wednesday, February Gth. The attendar I. purposes"{ County 'aplln--ivn. A. -
The court will keep grinding grit this e was lar -e. Among the prominent Kodcller, Citra, FIIi i: S. T. !\Ietm r.., Xapl were legally vested with authority .l Lieutenant-Lieutenant. B. E.ho'onnflt1'O11I.t Wllllaiiia.FIRE .J

week yet. *>Mon8 largely interested in thin move < i, Fla. ; Charles Forbes, city. to make the appropriation. I then, with Forty Ml'lIIt'I'tI.

A sensation from Little Lemon Island, were lion. P. 1'. Bishop! JM. A. Harris, r.nstlnko Hroezem. the County Commissioners, tried. to get COMPANY. J 1

., .) Lake Weir, to-morrpw. Jno. O. Mathews, Citra ; Major Hooks, the sentiments of our people through I Chlfr-T.: I). I ane.ter r
;; v., Our Regular CorrciHii'lenco.| the channel defined I law when
fruitland Park ; (01. Adam L. Eicheljerger by not orvinanMaurk: Rhelmtitiuer.First ,
t General Tilson, of Orange Bend, was ; I). Williams, M. K. }Potter. I.. 1.. Several:; Eastlakers attended the Exposition otherwise provided for, as to the appropriation aliitaiii--Urtiii>> VolkHfrond '

in the city over t Sunday.Poetmast Coburn and 1>r. Fakes, Ocala, and General last" Tuesday and nt limo time of voting I believed $ _1M". U,'-Mallctt.T'wenlytiverncmutmmts. W, O..Msnball.twrvtaryJ. .

; Tilson, Orange Bend The latter The L. X. E. II. Club met at Mrs and had good reasons' to 1 lielievu, .,-.. a
- ;;Titcomb, of Kuntis, toor .in two-thirds' of the citizens of the
gentleman wan made temporary chair. Henry Gerald's' last Wednesday, where that HOOK AND LADDER COMPANY
the sacred Exposition concert yesterday. man and Mr. Williams. temporary secre he[ afternoon was pleasantly spunt. county favored the appropriation.At I l'rttaldflllt-Ahr.m Palmer

Clothing; for gents at-grl'at bar alnM at tar)'. Mr. W. Drinttton and his mother the time of voting\ ; I had not read 011'10&11-\\ llcnli.
)I. Fisheye. [SljGt] A committee nan appointed to wait on arrived here Thursday.Mr. section 10 of Article I U of the ntltii- AlllltoI.&II-'hU. UlvhanUoa. t
General Hocker, of Lee burg, the attorney tlon, and never" heard it quoted. There ,; Twenty membcra '
I Thomas II. White, of sewing machine for the fruit growers who will drafta Ephriam Barr and Mr.the F.other A. Hamilton seems' to be some conflict) with section 7'',: LULU LA LODGE NO. aa, I. 0..O. K.Me .

fame, of Cleveland\ Ohio, was in the city constitution and by-law to inert all caught them several was fish one weighing day!tippound '$, and 10 of Article IX of the ( onstltmitInnu. | ''U every lutmWy evening] ,

Sunday... (t the requirement of existing: laws. which among I trust i hat our legislature either at the W. It. I-bailie, N. conductor on will be submitted for ratification at the s. ensuing special or regular: session :will! W. M. MilUiiMi.. Hwrelm.
Captain l King is the new hast convention that will convene lure Wed The apjK-araiices are that dry IQIO\III uenne more clearly the mode of which'' All visiting brother vurdtslly UmTltal
the S. S., O. & G. R. It Mr. Pope nesday. Colonel Bennett, of Okahum- and groceries are taking H fall, as Hamilton appropriations may IH ma.''e by County OCALA CHAPTER NO. 13, R. A. M,

resigned ________ )Lee, was unavoidably detained by Hickness &' Car{'eater's store took a notion to Commissions, and Itclicve they shouldbe (kale Cn..ttr.0.. IB, R. A. )d. Convocation!
4 R. H. Venable, of Detroit, Mich., and in his family. The object is a good fall off its foundation, and fell about two restricted' in such appropriations\ \ bv lint. Monday lughtln every, month.

of tobacco fame, Is housed at the Ocala one, and we trust the fruit and truck feet nearer the des| VIN. the will\ of the people\ expressed l by bal J. 8. FKAUK, Htcn-lary. II W. U.N, II. T,

r ; House. growers of thin county will be on hand Governor I'lcmlng I "'111 Ho Hero. lot. The IXurlplei' hold /Sunday! Hohool amid toclalvnrl
of finest on the 6th. As a \public servant, I invite becoming: t's every Miuduy luorulugat Agtuw'aball]
For the best a-wortments 1. Governor FI..IUIIljHilt.1t to Major! T. criticisms UJKMI all my otlicial acts, but also preadung at nitiht ., regular hour and
Engli l' crackers and jumbles. call on A fine line of dress good' for \tea 1) Lancaster, of February 2ml, thanking will treat with. scorn' and t'ontl'lIIl'tl'ludl nvllvd jrs':> intfilngevery V\e>ln.wlay light All are
Brow, the grocer.; gowns at M. FinhelV.Mr. ., [3ljtll] (him for the invitation to be present unauthorized snd vilanou lings( as' 'J he ---- .. -.
,riot only sells! "Military! Day," and ways that he! wi I be may have had private reasons for his.
the jeweler
Fred C. F. Sweeney: of Jacksonville, is be such real in
watch. but will repair most happy to \present.The action, owning( estate or
1 the WftUrbury! of order. 2fcb2t the new Ocala telegraphrc perHtor.\ -- -- near Omaha or having stock in tilt Ocala
ti .. them Jf they get out Have now learned what Needham 1'lrt.t Prner.. Company, and if HO, we do not wonderho Schedule of the S. S. O. & Q. R R.

The Hotel de Benson, Lake Weir, is intends doing. 111I. !Scmli Brown has shown usacony does not make them public. Arrive 'tnenliomwwsuma.. ...............?....... 8.tP.: M,
l tourists and guests. But then of the tint" prayer) ever ollered. ui the II. W. LON.I. lA-ave xala for. Jiuiiuelluu...?............. 11..10..:. M.
(t filled with nple, in visiting I-:. N. Wilson, a member of the legislature Congress( of the t I'mted "States und delivers Ketiiriilng at......................................_ 6X> P.M.U'ave .
who can blame these | <) 'itla for HOIUOMMIU ........ ".!JJ r. M.
.i loveliest Hjioto in she t'-tate.vt from Lake county was registeredat b)' the Key. J. Dueho and published "Jacksonville Day" at the Kx| mitHin < a. I.
::7 one of the the Montezcma yesterday! on his way I in "Tluichtr'n\ il"llr"; Journal under will\ take place February 14th ; "Ij\ke I F. C. di P. R. K. (Old F. R. & N. Line.),

'. Captain J. W. Brooks, of Cotton Plant, to Tallahassee.The date of 1)eeeuiber,1777. U is certainlya County Day" February lUth.\ 'Special' I Schedule.
'' can't do without the IUNNKK: great curiosity and will be on exhibition rates ,,'iIIl.t1 mad on all railroads leading I
, says Rdded hf' silver w heel r to transmit it Young People Kociet) of Christian at the .semi-Tropical\ I LxsMition.Cheap | to Ocala. Nlllllt i I"-nll"'r north UMiml..._.....10.4$ r. II.1ilat .
and a Endeavor 6f the Mthodi church l 1.wtnKfriMiiUlj bound.tli A. M.
allotlll'r'l'ar.. .. .. .. ..._........_ : .
I to his I'o"t-Qnh" Fn'iybt' 1.4.P. M.
; will give a. concert Thursday night. It !1 has di.-poxed! of commences at 8 o'clock. dtuuf yesterday." 01.11".1'Ollll. rich and\ Moats IH>UN '. ,
i Taylor, the meat man. The t fot'COn.ll1allll Store !has removedto l'a+arogrr arnvc* I In Ocala... tt.07 a. M.
:' his bUMin.."" to t the cenial Magnofia street the Muiitezuma) Block. You can find |moor admired the di"' i>lays and drank in ....._..........11.111 P. M.
Mr. Charles! I. Hudson[ of Lake Weir
Mr. II. ZacharUiM I'i !- thu sweet strums of exalting and leflningsacred Frelgtm1"" ..... LI) A.II.
M i merchant, sent up this morning, for the KtmiTrop.leal now in stuck crockey' glassware furniture, lamps, musif us only ( Colby band could Canon Itall ouih toutij.............. ....... 1.41 P. M.
J. B. Douglas, the |popular merchant Exhibition a monster Indian pota silverware' (-{lUll and pillows\ musically note them.It north ttouixl*...?...M... 1.41 P, .'
'i of SummerfieM, ban ,mrchase the to, big ana bucket, with a |1"11 tail two baby-carnage: one piano stool and a large: I .1. fit JOHN M. .',,11I1.,

.J. beautiful grove of Fletcher l"rillkliht'r.. .. yard long.. first-class range!,; eater-ftlters coolers. I I nay not be generally known, though :::t t.f (''p Town Ticket At nt.
:: his family will \live in the I Cigars by the box, in fact almost auy- I we state at a bold fact and worthy of The F. S. R. R. Time Table.
J. B. and .
Our Methodist friend 4feb2t: l lIncorporateil.
. good l are determined thing need.
yon cremation, that the title of Honorable
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future to build that new church. $.,215 wore (Kith applied to the modest Secretary OUTH, OVK1
. Mr. R..K. Bridges, of Wiltninlton.i.. were pledged yester.lay. The Young of the herm-Troplcal.) J. n. ('Iarlu, Purenger.. \ arrives.. In (X'AI&..._._, \JA r, n.f Jr
" Ctb'e of the late dUtineuished Cxjl.\ People1 Society of Christian Endeavorin community of Anthony and ) _. fl.1I6( p. M.M .
( Mn The enterprising its retiring treasurer! I A Miller\ on .. "
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Bridges, president! of tU- Coast at the the church promise to raise 500. adorned itself with a princely last Saturday: and had not thin morning Freight.. N M .. ?...w.-....,. HUtt lI.tIIJ.A, M.M.
R, is in the city and municipal l huit "Saturday. The followingare \ recovered (rom the shock it gave them. ,
f The lion. Jno. F. Dunn, State Senatorfor MOaTH .)UIfD.
Ocala House. the, : oAicera of the town government;:
Ilomeo this and Sumritercxontyaccompaniedby Mayor, Dr. W. 11. i Stewart ; aldermen, K: Hoarders Wanted. I'sassnger arrives In Ocala. ..._i._ '.U..II.

Mr. G.M. Martin, postmaster at from Marion's Representatives, Dr. hutch 11. Swain; ; B. R. II. Meadows, Call on Mm. II. Flints, Baer..( x buildIng .12.205.5:: : :i ::: :=
eight years and A. P. Baakin, departed for Tails- htrokaw
has an orange tre thus and I. J. all\ good and .. N u .,
I first fruit year, lid.; Priest ( : over Schwerln'n clothing store. It ......-1 (ii A. M.
it be
I' d, that bore ha> see Saturday night, BO as to on
SorT) ""' whIcho't'ijh..l 61 pounds, hand for the nominating caucus at that true men. Hciul-TropicAl. Chorus ./
, and the fruit was most excellent. place to-day. __ The H. H. O. & < i. railroad will' r t* lve .
couches fir their line Kehearr.l, at :Methodist church tonight.
y two new Me.nger
3 Bill Kfudrick,the only first clang, The Italian surfacing hands. on the S. this week| accommodate the increasing Let all\ Come that possibly e'!In. By older
Capt. allwo-I and lard wide Honda S., O. A U., came to Ocala Haturday tot travel. of committee.' LEAD
original of Jacks*>nv'l'e' is in the city rojirrly i-nltibrate pay day. It is rtfedlesfl -- --. --- WE ,

Cracker Exposition and letting at to say that the social clul. did' a land! Mr. George l9!. Mayo wants it distinctly Two I'liglne: for Hale CheapAt -"rRBYRR -'-.... .. .
I admiring licwielrrCapt. Bill's initials as office bijfine{ anj! when night arrived understood that he I"l not the | 't'lebratol'M thin (J1fie(; On ". I has wool Hhorsttpower FQLIOYI
of the became
SSSSSav of the State are one ( hilariously altercation in the
who enj"'t'41 a slight :
the people
volitile and suddenly immobile that boiler. Can U bought low. Apply -.-...-.-...--.r-..
.. Ocala- lloiiho thw other day. One hun f
B. I. Finch improve! sleeper for the at once. I '
Capt a him to ;
I!. p. dred {persons have stopped get
.') :1 Cnfi'JJlke man calling in himself hensacola Italian count in which to make his return particular*. The! next toe that tatkeU: Dr. I'aHey has rethrned to Ocala and. .....IN C OOXfLETU ANP.....

nfrke, worLnl the banks from Tiffany. journey him, money get: those. with all the accen- rt'-Ol't'I1t'41111.| i dental othcu Educated: !
last week ort forv tuatlona in- 1
KwYork. He scooped inUriS'mbopU Several colored women camVto town

and ikippt-a( out In search this morning in a wagon with p jooltry Rev, Samuel hcptt. 'J loa!." Fay, i w thirty with a years pral11t-al..xrlencr l in leading, citUhe more than feelswarrante \Vnrinfv' \ of Stock.

of other and fresher field to feed upon. and in turning the. corner in rear ofAgnew's regaling himself on LIouu'i l'int''I'I'It'IJ' .<| in tisxuring the public of the ry

Watch out for him._ store, made it too ahhrt. ResultA of his own raising, and that in the oj-eu xt "n.t'tj the profession can render V l

vpilliog of their freight and them air. Mr. S. has l Bern quite successful DL* *tefi of the mouth and artificial<< 1
Col.\ Parr returned from a run to Crystal Salt selves, with serious bruie. to their: pereons. -. this luscious' fruit and will make! an dentures) a "| ed lty. Om'ce tn'tr Fhhel'sstore ---- -
J.hAt twauthul steam to One of tbt'mUA pitched a KOto of it and tIlt = = = =
riyet,4Gwn romantic Homo- exhibit at the Sub-Tropical in rear of Dr. (jar, .. otl)<'. Hood & Nash <
r River, across to the ever that dot the trsault and landed on her neck. Wonder blooms they put on while fruiting. Thatis jan: dine wtf 1- i
and says the islands it wa not broken send thriu atang.
. right
) rises crystal watersare lovely In the extreme and Shoes have Direr been known as ; Latest sty lew of silks,In all new hades', ;;;r4', Old elar4'Public Q&N, Ocala. rlr. :

can y'ibb.oy find.Lfn them and all game around.abounds yon cheap* those aiL FUtolV. (31j4] Lob? silk mils at M. Fithel'i..' [Suet] for evening tin**** at M. .'..h.I' SlJ6tt 1If' .$ .


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THE OCALA DAILY BANNFYI.t Florida' ...... ..'.............. .. .. ........... -IF YOTWANT GOOU-S IJ THE-
Orange Output. ::: :::rT .j .. :..:. :
OCALA FLA. } 18"43. Call'ornia Is becoming alarmed over'loriJa'fc :::::: I3. t ti + .
t FEBRUARY, } activity in the oran.e Interestand :::::::::: .1 1.L.I .J tI :::::::::: -Drug'Line-
think that the mere matter of a ........... ......_ .. ........... IlbeinaneI'S s sSpecial

million acres planted to orange trees Isan I I I -0-
.. itnowiblity.| The Hlroyraph/ says' : ..

A correrll"JI\lleal In Central California who r.l. T. THE PLACE TO FIND THEMIS
owns land In thin rountjr writes UI Baking-whether I IMPORTANT.i| j jiTOJTHEj t

he had not better sell out because he ban been ...:..............-................................................. .:.. :! AT-
old that"there are one million acre of orange
trees planted .In Florida that have not come Into Sale DR. DELOUEST,

bearing and when thry" lo the price of orange will ..... .. ......... ........ .. ......... .........
t.e almimt nothing. The italics are oura. LetUI : ; ; -(West! Sing $gt'ACE.-

look at this statement a little. ....-.N. i i .i'r..c.i i ......
One million OCALA I t I I I FLORIDA
.s acres planted uraiiKvu.; f i
I There I hI an average of more than r acre, but we will call It that and that glees un
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An nrange tree Is not considered In full t tearing .
E. Editor. '
until It bean five boxes to the tree. Many trees! I ( LADIESTO ] !
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Lieutenant : Charles -Morton[ has i will bear from eight to ten boles, but we will : j jI S. R. BIRDSEY&CO.
"Tji ;'ii;
tr+i been assigned to the East Florida Seminary ay flve. This gives us a* the orange crop of I CUSTOMERS WOULD j.I DRESS GOODS ,

at jalncsville. trees now'planted In Florida, but not yet bearing ... ..._........ :-.I --0-
al all.1'eMGri' boxes of .
has oiir notice ata
the box of oranges.As i It. ..come. ..to.!? ..!; .. ..number of j
Clara Morris and Frank Mayo are be average oranges will count out Wholesale & Retail
t fore the footlights in Savannah, and play 200. we would have HO.OINJ.OIJO.IJUU)( oranges. ..'::"Housewives.l&eftlre '.:!:::: i

!in Jacksonville tonight.A 1-U would give every man. woman and child : ...... ........... i --DEALERIXitti -
\ In the United t"lcllll3 oranges every seanon. i i .....==:. ;.: .tlakesdvantsige. oour. :::::..... _!

1 t ei really great man in the is known by humanity three I The There crop would would be 62,500 nlll.2.1OUJO: 'trains cars.of X)can each. IMMENSE STOCK OF OCERIES I III j Ladles' Fine Broadcloth Groceries 1

genorosity in the execution, and design moderation, in This would require 171 train of 20 cars each t .................................... ................. ............ [u\miOCALA c & l
every day fur. whole year to move the crop. I! but do not think we deliver them ; we there i i f

succt' B.-IiiMmark.i I hem If the It grower would received take liSO.uuo.uou only' fifty to cents pay a for box the for I ........................announce...that..... ...........-... I II 60 and 54 inches wide
Bismark Ji 8bidl xl. Tile"' fierce editorial rop. WE WILL DELIVER ALL GROCERIES -
i 1(they retailed for 10 cents a dozen the crop I ... :. ... ... j I
in the Home, Oa., Tribune did the would bring In PaatrrcCrs.0e%. i Bought from tu, to any part. of the ciVjVw'Vth j I I I F1 :.gA'
business. Colonel Graves will he breveted This Is quite enough to show the utter ahourdly 80c. 90c. and $1.
to the rank of a Brigadier. t ol the statement but we will lust add that U PROMPTNESS: AND DISPATCH t I ,
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would require nearly or quite 2.IJIfJ< mile

k A diamond necklace! valued at (275 was plant allowing, the amount for road stated., buildings and towu.-to ...::::::Q iriciFr"in !!? Department.!! ..1::::::::... i Worth from 81.75 to S2.25

r_ rafiled! off at the Kt. James Hotel, Jacksonville The editor of the Cilroyranh knows / charge of J., tt. OATE3, needs no Pratoe I -ATM. -
t- last Saturday. Mrs. J. K. ttw.p ". lothinirof a Ploridian when his ainhU .. .. ..
sell, of OluRtee, was the winner. ion Is arouned. Florida turns up her I I Ts.'t'EZCELLE.4CE( : : AND!;VARIETYlist .

--- --- ----- none at the.nominal MOl of a million I ::=:: : ...;; :almost become..... : : :
,, Wm. U. Tate, of Tennessee, han given cres. She intends. to command and I : '
>$20,000 to the maimed Confederate soldiers supply (he orange) markets of the world, i AfH o u se h ol id\ Word;I I ALL \\"OOLCOLORED

i of the first and second! Congressional anti make the entire peninmila portion of ............. ......... ........ .. FisneI'sCall
districts ol bin State. the State an unbroken orange orchard. 1.- .i..i. .t.-

pi -- .- She expects to require) all the cars now HENRIETTA, .
In it the United
) States to
In a dozen States movements for ballot \
reform are in pr> rt'AA. The revelationof move the crop and call on Canada for ...BENJAMINjb\. 4O Inches! wide,
help. Florida is her
>> on mottle and
methods which the late Presidential .
the by I i I
sounds the Seminole war whoop to her i i.I I i i I
election carried
l was quite a California neighbors. ... .... .......... be fouutl one of the
/ sufficient provocation to this good work. Our Mall Hrrvlce. -.J.j..F.:: .n= =: -i 55c.

r The Chicago Inter-Ocean well nays : Frequent complaints reach thin. officeof I .._.:.. :: I I.............. ::=-__.!I Best assorted
L "There is a wide difference between prohibition the irregularity and sometimes total Worth Sl.OO. selected( and
laws aud prohibition. Legislatures
failure of the mail. to carry the BANS R s
can make the former in hour.
(which no well regulated household'
; It taken the best ( cano
of labor of
years patient
without its
) to destination. As
men and women to prepare society for likes most desirable priced
the latter." err company, we are glad therefore
to nee that the bad mail service in notconfined II. P, EAGLETON,
solely to Florida&*the following Special Inducements in
t One of Boulan/er's schemes to abolish item from the:Macon Telegraph will show : ........ealer lu........
the Senate and thus destroy the most "A |paper mailed in Macon recently Stock of Dry Goods win
J conservative influence in .' olities. reached Harneaville, forty milooawayin REAL ESTATE.
t If he knew his country as well as he exactly one week. This wan! nearly -even
profwpn to do, he. would do bin bent to ,lilies {per day, which wan very juoII'on-< -1-I Our Clothin and

strengthen, and not to weaken, the influence lideriiiK the weather. A letter mailed .....Improve*] anti Unimproved........ the city
most necessary" to the prosperity In :Macon lat Sunday reached Atlanta d81dcc4in

of France. __________________ S'udnemlay morning. This was one LANDS. GROVES ETC.,
- hundred miles in two days, which is Shoe
a Department
:, Florida's torial is safe hut thewhereabouts ---
vote good deal )better. The Brunswick ..!d.t'erti8tT..JI1"111 -1- -------------
of Colonel John II. Me-
Kinne are still unknown. Washington The mall service! in the Houth is now almost
ti dispatch February 2nd,says: The long u rapid and as certain an it was Just after the ndwlm
i lost electoral vote of Florida has arrivedat Revolutionary war. Such a condition of affairs Yta1oiinA

last and now reposes in the wife in U uj..matt u uaiuB,.comuu'iidabU.MIIU:uur! .I"..:......It cat.e_shows nt are that uecomiiig. our last. {8Q.n

Ft it ;.' the vIce\ to-1'resident'si Senator IngaU room.thin. It afternoonat was delivered more itlral actmntomwl ultustloii.' to what the boys call the per C.ti; RlicMDcr ill Bro.

"What is the matter with the mail service .
I' 2:15: by Mr. Henry L. Bryan of theIe
Slate PejmrtnuMit.) anyhow ? It lacks a great deal of a) :rJ1g 3J.
l wing all right, and the pf'Ol'ltllllU getting
Florida in recovering r-ou;: ; -her yellow very, very weary." [J29]

Ie fever i anic. Tilt "International! and DEMONS AND ESTIMATErt'
KiH Hition" has been Marion county ha a right to he proudof
einitroplcal >
I opened under conditions| of marked en- its inetroHjliH| and Florida in i better oF( -Furnished on AI'PUcatloo- JAS. T. I LANCASTER, Complete Stock of

<< for having an Ocal.v The citizens of -o-
section I that prosperous{ city could not have bet -1-1
: Orncit-HtsiDKNCt : : : Orange and Sixth u.OCALA '
ter'en evidence of their
but those of ho]>efulneHM. The /State is pluck anllt'nterpri..e LEADING REAL ESTATE DEALER. Gents'
than in their move to 11&\'ean Furnishing
aa healthy now an any part of the country FLORlC
aud travel in any part of it can beindulged Elpo ition. Aside from! 1.03184 i -
Ij in without k&r.-l'hiladtlphia their abiding faith in the good qualities'
Ttlegraph. of their town and county, the citizen of OCALA : : : : : : FLORIDAWEIHE Goods.
Et.tniy Ocala have demonstrated that they are
monument twelve feet high and firm in their convictions, of the bright!: dttO
1 weiphinp about three tons, wan erected future which U in store for Florida. In ----- -
s'' the face of SXOWDKK: A McFAKLANE.Dt.LKM ,
last Thursday at Talatka over the Kra'eof predictions and indication READY
the late William D. MOIj ltlY. The inocription that the tourist!' and immigrant IN- MADE
t' on four sides! were an lollowa : Reason of '88 and! 89 would not come up
On the east side, "In memory of William to former yearn, the Ocala ll'o'lillon: | ALL KINDS OF FURNITURE.0 .
1, D. Mieley. tio Wall horn at Mo\ uley lies opened with a halo that Is audacious -0- CLOTHINGTailoring

II all,N. c., 01 'heUt day of February in derttl/)lendor, especially when it in con- INVITB INSPECTIOS or Texts COMPLKTI -LEADS IN 1'IlE--
t ; e: that only three months ago: the
\- Governor! I Idea wan first conceived. It is propomtl 1m Else

.. 2rtth day of June, \. I). IM45;" west side t', keep the Kiponitioti open until the ht Wakh I Clock Department
Died at Palatka, Fla., on the 4th day of oi May, and we trust that the commendatory i c ( JcwehiLINEI(,\ Unexcelled -
January A. D. 1803;" nouth side! "Rerur- pertinence l of (the manager will be In Fits and Prices.
: cram." The second base has in ra tiN appieciated far and! near, and that they Palace 1)) Store 1 dec31lmI.
fetters the name "MOt\t ley." *i ilt I reap that reward! which they so Drag
richly merit.-Gretn Cove
)lrirag. !
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Io Not too Late. BROKAW

The Kissimmee Leader of last Saturday The law i it no res|>ector of persons inNew I -t ,
York. During the three months -0- -1-I
Bays ending Dei-ember 31, 1S8S, it was the
,: The Ocala Eipnsillou "M suocowfully upbu Monthe'Jythinlt. I THE MARION
'1''.I t We return thinks to the uiau privilege of the policeman to walk hand WHOLESALEAND llcpiiiring n Specialty.LocATCD COUNTY NURSERY
.,'. surer for a -aou compllueutarr ticket there w. in-handor arm-tu-arm with science and JAN
,.'. Ocla count jr Is loaiug a gr uj oi>|H>rtunttr] toadvertt'e religion, with music and literature with .
her ft'eIlUl'\lt by out hiving a (00017 -0-
nb.b1t the:. the highest And lowest of all races and! all -1-1OFFERJ

M O..? Exposition will last until May[ let nrofeMSoiui. Of the 2l,72" persons who -{ ox WKST.SIDB Or_'QCAax}- TO
v jend along your prmltu-'a. Plenty otime tell under the ban of the law, 17 were Retail I Drugs amSlo/io1\ TUE PUBLIO A FIf ;LINB
have editors and reporters| 3 professor, 5 OF NCR.SERV
and it will {pay you to your -'- SToCK-<1R.\PE
our exhib students 1 an author 1 a consul 1 a *
'!- county itions. represented among missionary! I a poet 2 singers, and 153 -0-e W. W. CONDON'SNew VINES A erclALtTY.djanl52m .
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were cooks. The police also.thered in -1-

:- WUUuarham Shot. 3,001 laborers, l.CKM" driven, 905 bartenders ALL.KIXD3. OF- \ Jewelry Store
'". Live Oak to the Savanna) 133 crooks. 63: errand boys, 31 milkmen ADDRESS. AnthonylFla.
A dispatch 2 dog catchers, H {it-erne, 9 coal
Shines replete" with
.4 that\\ UUI1 ham, the tioutlFlorida everything i in
.;.." says murderer now Herring life sentence I.t'alers,6! private detective, 125 schoolchildren OILS, STATIONK11Y, TOILET his line. Call and examinefor
17 soldiers! 10 undertaken, 2
in the State convict camp near -ASP-1 yourself. LAND
organ grinders, and 1 midwife. There TITLES
shot and seriously wounded! by I I1
here, wan
for Musical
were also 5,0&7 people who had l no occur Strings Instruments a '
a guard several days ago while making pation.\ There were 4'J suicides! during FANCY ARTICLESIn Specialty. -1-
an attempt to esa{+e. II* persisted in the quarter and[ :34 sudden deaths ; 41 -All Work ou repair of Clocks and Witches
his eftorta, though repeatedly ordered to foundings were picked up and there Complete Stock 1 1W Ou4r-nt** 1 bait by the euard. He carried the iron Old ADAMS", I
,. were 24 drowned _0 dead! infants
in his while
.'_ ball attached It to is feared that ampuUtSo arms ; 7 stlll-born infants, and 13 dead! -.)- 4dl.araa ABSTRACT C() PAyY.1 .
) running.
bodies found. The total expense for the
:; 1'\1.\ of one arm may be necewary. Willing' quarter was 11,135,403.58., including $11311.03 ,- handle none but the flat* brands. of cigars. TRoe p. GARY. M. D -1-1lS:711EIPL.fCE
: bam was a wealthy cattle owner from llureau )K adau.nee for walk Paper ao1. 'iandaa Seeds : "
? : |paid out for the of Elections : 70
lie bu threatened to
Fort Myers THE
, near There 365 candidates! F.C7S1
I were examined mat L* ADD SUMIOM. t
kill several of the men who testifies WBIOIIT -b FRAZBR, "
Florida and has for admission! to the department, -- -- -1- (
against him in South Rooms, Af a w A Block.
and! 293 and referred to the l'nucsQuu Gary's OCALA.Twe.ty.svsa .
to : : I : Ocala ru. Omci
several desperate attempt escape were ,
tuade year's ens fa :
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r emi-Tropical Exposition !


This Exposition, incorporated under the laws of the State of Floridn, opened at-- i

.OCALA llJARION I mm I FLORiDA mmCLOSE 2 I tll 188 :

.. MAY FIRST 1889.

This will bo an Exposition of Poinologu-al, horticultural and Agricultural pioductH 1 of Florida, and her soils, timbers, woods minerals and 15\n I Mock, and in addition articles:'
and products of general interest! from all States: and countries. Entry is open to tho world for the display: of its products." No charge for entries : space fur the products or
manufactures of Florida.
The United btates Experimental Station for impnnenient and dC'\'l'lol'\l'lt\ of products\ indigenous to this wet ion has been located contiguous to our cxtxwition} ( grounds.UafNVe t.
invite exhibits of all descriptions: particularly: those: )pertaining to the arts, mechanics and agriculture, guaranteeing uniform courtrsy" to all exhibitors.

CASH PREMIUM LIST, 3500.; xe ;

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GEORGE "'. WILSON, President. WM. FOX, First Vice-President DK. II. KNIGHT\ Second Vice-president

C. W. CAMPBELL, 8R.. General Manager. G. S. MAYO, Treasurer. J. O. CLARKli, Secretary.fteFitsI .

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National Bank The Mdiaiiis'''i National Banl k -'rIII':- R

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Ocala, 1' lurhla.Q. .
o4 _N 470.. [Dy 0

F, lp r aul STORE

--NO. 3815.
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-_J .-- $ .......,:.....:.-... SUCCESSORS TO Till: HANK OF ()GALA. Second PlaceCOMI'I4ETENESS ";...

Paid Up Capital, Authorized Capital, --IN-

$50,000. ,V $150,000. CAPITAL STOCKSURPLUS 850,000.00( ( () 01'' STOCK I

:J.U O.OOO.'ICI.atH (.
,Pr .. I L IV.II.COL't II\''l'T". I" Quality of (tomta and Low Prices. ;
L hrei.v.r.w..n.W.AGNEW. .,,..-*. I ...r..d ........ aw..-. : ),
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J NO. F DCNV, la-tltitL'No (10ODS .JOBIII'U: !
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R. Ii. MtCoxNEM. GuhirrRring '
UxaU-il( neil dr to First National! Itank.)- ;
A;McI1 TT'YRE. CAOJJtcn.: 1
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now rilabli rrj>artl to puarantft :4..
SURPLUS 7,000.00 tnt'ufartionto all.
--General bvnnfi COMPLirTK: I.IXKHARDWARE:-
Ranking trannarttd. Jtrrfuinyt boughs and Bold ;
One of the finest and In-nt t uin.fl, banking house in the fetatD owned by the a
facilita for uiakmir Collettiona on all accessible i lnU. -Or--
bank. We hate special 4 '
We will extend every i-ourtwy and favor to our customers oonHistent with safe ;.
oankimr,anti shall give Prompt HANK ACCOUNTandall bu.lneas In our line, and i
guarantee We 80 entire.t your satisfaction. ,

Importers & Traders National Hunk, New York, N. Y.; J. C. FERINE. L. M. THAYEK: Sash,1)oorsl1linds s
outhern Bank of Georgia Savannah. K. B. Mf CONN:ELK: ,

S& Special Correspondent in all important cities in the West. --- -AT- +
dec9 ='::::CORIlJoRI'O.\JfNTS:: = LXalwnnl =

Park>> :nanko/'Nm York. Unrmft ltalvMll'mt of Ro tim... A. E. DELOUST.
NrdWt1ot11 Rank of btvnnnnh Georgia.Lrntinille ::-:--
RttnlnnyPLUMHKlt f.nnpany l.1.rlUiAflilk, Kynw14a9 'mllG. .

'. Main Street, Ocala: 1 la. .
if '-'" tinil Sanitary Knylnerr,
... r.....;........ "" Jj":: MONTEZUMA BLOCK, HEADQUARTERS.FOR !
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: ?fhe"'H'6tef""or"the-Crty.= Its '" ,'- Ft. King Avenue, 1 I IPIANOS

............. ... .. '' : :" "" Fifteen Years .( ''-'- K.:
:,,: F RSTrr.-CLASS IN ALL RESPECTS Eperience In England. "r-... .
-.. -......=.................... .......................................................................................... Call and leave order All V- -- '\ Church,
". Ks'Jl aHood, toA OJ/MIl601U sample room for COM* Work strictly first-class and Guar- -4 -ANI --
btlll in Leery roo"-
F7eclrie: "
mrreiaf yraeelere. 9s roonur .t'ew britt Aouu an-I MIll furniture.la anteed. Bath Tubs WatfrCloaets Basins.
h} Hot Water BoilersHteam \ Musical Instruments I til

Fitting and Pipes of all l kind.Opponltoai.. '
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Locals, 10 cents per line. [ .

:( For' further Information -apply at oilleo or r-iT
addremi, enr
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buRlnem Manager. ;

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Ltocal Hanncr .\ ('nt".
E. P. Thagard, Keddick; M. W. I'ugh -
Anthony, M. C. Uenick, Jitra; and J. II.t .

.t Douglas,Kumrneriield, are authorized to _
take HubwrlptioiiH. ant receipt for name. 4bA/ ;;i.4 -
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Did the frost touch you thin morning?
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r hulk' oysters in any quantity at Co-
bQrn i Chicago restaurant. :30tf

f Editor Langley, of the BumtervilleTimit O b
was in the city Saturday.

i Don't fail to call and get an oyster fry ,
.- at the Chicago. 30tf C r-
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Captain' Marcottft, of the "translu _
I cent, wati in town baturday. >-
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Twenty-one-ineal ticket for $7, at the
Chicago. 30tf r \

'Minn Clara Root gave her host of young
friends a delillhtful entertainment lat ) l L"'

Friday night. HH ,

t Church Hervices well attended yester /ij r=-- "I"'

day. Her. Ley, of the Methodist, had
crowded hoMes.c < 'Vc
c Mr. Aldrich, a noted lawyer of South H S :=ijr
1 Carolina, id taking, in the beauties of -
Lake Weir, and, repotting' and dining at t'
Judge Benson's well kept houtclry.R. O ,
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'I' : E.: YOXUK( & C)., The OcalaI'luiu-
, bers. Call and examine their tine stock ,
and Bet good work at reasonable prices.il S -I1.

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Miss Haggle i Eagleton, one of Lake .
'Vtoir'lmo t facinating daughters came V r'8
JI up to-day to make her fHtiinable sinter' )
Mrs. Jno. Dunn, a protracted visit.' \.4 i"

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The lied imcery, Magnolia, street, is .4 o -: \.
I the place to buy your groceries. O----I -
11. KACUAKIAH, 1'ropHetor.

.t d 31tll''lmUot..Atlall1 o

) I* Kichelhrrger Is In receipt -
: of a I letter from State Senator Wil-
liam, of Indian River, Hre\ard. ('OUllt) o
V saving, engage rooms for four, Pomologi- L"; I

cal lays Por Sale, (enHH c-:::: ::> .

Or to exchange' for an orange grove, -- ._..... I Ics
an extra tine-bred 1 stallion, four years t
V S next May. Apply to J. Lee: Cotton l. t ......-......-....-.......-............................ -- -- -- -- ......-..........................................
Blx-ltoom Hoiine antI Lot fur Ha 1e. 1
: Fon LO0 fl K-- J
Last half of lot :31, Cald well's addition) j; Fon l ..:2
to Oral ; one acre \\"l.lItlet in fruit tree $25.00.
V $25.00.
S : and nice house of mx room. ; line water, ......................................... ... ,............... .. .. .. ) 6
Two" lota in aouthweft' 'or."r of lot :&! ; ----. V --- .. -.. --. -. .......

variety of tine nurwry trees for Hale! on ...... .. .. 5.- 0:>
V. lot 33. .plyIn_ Hev. It. Helm. [Sljl'-'t] ::I! T1IISUFVERV::( !: : (IS:::;:;:'OPEN: : : : 1 FOR::' :THIRTY: t [] : : '.' _
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S : !Sagacity: of Lower Animal. .....>..*..-.._ ** ,. ., .....,, ... .. .. %, ,?,,,............. -t .....-... r- -'

: To fa Editor Jianntr: .
V San is the Persian name for dog, hence

1 t'rLvity ; sagacity inii>lu'H a superior Thv f fn l'l'ot in time field I New Sl'mi-Tropical addition to till' City of Ocala I Autll'n.on's new idditionauijoimis -- -----

V capacity credit In that IH tribe.accorded He thUai thin and it other may, the Hl'mi.Tropie BXp08itio1l grotituls. 'l'hret? hUlltlrl'tlot] now om'recl at 825: each, (or thirty days -

kinds too litle of our so called dumb creatures tI1y. Tho pl"owrt] elevated anti overlooks the city. South !street iit now being graded to the property' TIlEOcalaNewsDepol-

S for the intelligence they 1111\11 i ft't.t. The Tho propolOl'cl "eltImuhul)' line," when completed, will add 100 per l't'nt. to the value of every lot Lot can be
notion is entertained that they act from pail for on tho insttlluwnt Imlati, iftlct'in\.l. Xo conllui.siou8, no agents j buy direct fl"Om owner. The editor
S no more than blind instinct I in ui|>ablu of of tho ILkNNEu will select lots for Don-I'l.to\itlt\ IeGet in on the ground tloor." IJat can be t'l't'n nt oflico of Ii I
; learning or nrogreiw.. It ill asserted l that. 11. L. Anderson, or l\lltlrt' IL b Antler8on, Lock Box 15: Oeah: FIa.
the bird will buiKl its first nt.t in all .est -
S >ects an well ni its nei-ond', and toO on
throunh life. The pullet will bung up i
V.,, her llrHt brood in just the name manner
S as all her Bubsitjpent! brood", !gaining LARGEST
S nothing bv experience anti taking no OCALA HOUSE. V
less care!! of it than the older hen. This I
I being true aim many beliese and Hay the
law extends to animals. of all kinds, In seeking to get tho boat and most ---1---1'fIle -ANtLowest )-
S, barely! rxemptintr our own i>vciu .
S JJot RH .' urogteMiD a wider range of for your money, Prices I IOf
liberal' learning, this folwlhzed notion is Hotel of the .
S giving' way' and the esteem due to the Leading Citg.AN any storellu Southern Florida.
lower animals is being accorded them -BUT- -0-

V and their services better:!' utilized. Capable I. DODD 1SIUEL, : : ()('ALA
of learninsi they are being. taught in FLA.})
i kfead of kicked I. and mutual blutoing* ar V Siall.68E. I
V beintr realist I.V I.
In a high tanlT speech 1 had the di UNSURPASSED IN APPOINTMENTS TO ANY IN THE STATE!

pleasuie of hearing; from Mr. Ulauie, in -- T _
V Maine l a few months since, he took occasion -
+ to bay that lUndolph' ouiv tud| In your m>1 clion of A trading ploco ? f RICHARDSON
( he ivouhl walk a mOlt for the oppurinni- ,
Of kicking: tlRiel'pf huIe! t'ltvtilandpushed You say you trade vth1OWELL VTIlE
C hU way through all t the nation Repainted Inside and Out I IMGI J ':--
) .. ,ilum'. tariff : .?
all lowering
V to kick them by Finest Livery in thl'
on their wool. Cieditin him for his D- V City
wit and hit, the balance of hl' harran- -()- -0LEA1)ING -
V was etvnd arl"le.lllr"t'I"t i nil thehigh (
guw: qualities of lUtidolph, it were haia REFITTED:;THOROUGHLY WITH ELE&AN2) FURNITURE SALES! STABLE
,believe that he e\er uttt'rt'lMud.. :
-I St., cour remark. RIGHT U R
The capabilities of the numvrou animal I .1 I-I lm nMrss.
about us are quite lyond the eonception I --
of tl e many, if not all, and at
the same time ll e pKuuro and protit to c. PERINE,
be derived from wiser treatment of thooe -Q- PIMTHT8.
V' -
domesticated should' be <'ttamll'1. IU'"
of thfU wiy* **f curioti'' and full of$in- KOWELV6 is tho place for the C --I Ran the most 'lnunoua
.thuMcarvfully diMerniuit; them &PTOtntments an"
se.Ut pped dea&&i beca&$ )
vxans In be
S m and in one or two sutjoeijuent isNuen of Best and the Cheapest, lie lea 'TtuM Ariar TOOCALA : : : : L M. THAYER, MANAGaa.C UoOl members of the Sum thoroughly of pn Florida' V
it will afford U.B j4ee.aurti) tol1otice.thitlDo Store qvoSstnoally. n. publJco rstetm ll.d
the BAMVKK has the only Shoo iy In.l
r. sofl&nl1tnTeeI their
Thegreat aid good Berg .::a. FLORIDA 2'e" JhrdlaDlM' 1iAUonal cCeea 8&uk In rooon 1&1142
haa KtD. and .ball not hit' noble spirit in Mariou'.County. r1& e.I&D3m 8uJ.141n,. Oeala
;S remain with a' W.P, 1m.I1.... Imn.-es It UIL

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