The Ocala banner
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048734/00139
 Material Information
Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala daily banner
Daily banner
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Banner Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Ocala Marion County Fla
Creation Date: February 11, 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
oclc - 18660476
notis - AKP0235
lccn - sn 88074815
System ID: UF00048734:00139
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-- -- -- Cut H Ticket Olttco. !
They will Visit OcaU. I .
Railroad tickets bought and sold! and

A party of distinguished gentlemen exchanged. Ma]*, .gtiides nnd schedules. CITY OMi ICERS, :
left' New York last )1011111for an extended free information cheerfully given. tll'or--Ilr 1'hlott. I'. I II

tour of the I South. They arrived .loll, l K. ll\s! .\ I'IJt. ('lcrk-N.I A. tlnl, ., i,'inry
Nashville Tuesday and ,..pelll'the day Office in Wellies'iewelry store, west side Manhal-t; K. Hall.,

I there. Thwy will visit Florida and Alabama oT square, Ocala, Fla. 8fel Ut coltw'IsrF.Anmtw4.rK:" \ | r.: .Il\ll""II.Me,( Ivor| )

returning home via New Orleans.Of '- Trt-amirvr-K./ R. Mtowilcn.rr 1
course Ocala isxm the proposed" line To lintel \111. \' t.U'iit of rounrll-Wnu. ... I+unn.
of their observations.! The arty consists l4irtnrAldenueu-J. F.t'u'P.1V.kgnew: C
i I hereby offer a wager of fifty dollars J. T. ""l1t'"h'' '. John A. 1 KirwelL F. I U 111'1. !K.O.
{ of the following\ gentlemen : that no hotel( in the :state of Florida can Hmlth.\ t1. ('1111111111" I. Hrmin and W. U. )1 UrRllHll. 'I -
Andrew Carnegiea wealthy iron manufacturer ,
show number of
an equal or )greater arrivals
of I'eHlI\1 vI\nla. saw last summer Sanitary lnnHit4ir| \\' T. Kliu.:
ilt. than
Olla registered guests ,\
L w ith four in hand, carrii-dj.Mr. Jas.G. the Montezitma since January 1st' 1S3!), COUNTY OFFICP.KS.Vuntjr .
r ( Jin-! KU-liHr l
Blaine Scotland.. 1''cJII&lbr.
through a
to date.! J. 1' I II.U I I., ('nlllll\.lt'rk HA. Miller ;
il. C. Clark, a wealthy iron manufac- Lessee lonl'Zl1ml1I0h.l, Ot'IIIFII\. xherltf-K! : T tttlllaueaAss.esnr

niter, of IVnnavlvania.Kdward -- -- J r. Mil I!h,.",..
t; t Smith, of I'hilaIt'iI'1ah'e.' :\1 a'lInlllUI'M'ry.. ('nllt"'I'I\ i Manmaun, "IU"4"

1'ri'Mdent of the Pennsylvania Railroad, The finest and best variety of orange Treasurer.' n|., rlnl.-in1i'iit, > I U "I'(Ira.rntllc ttl"truf'ttou-M. L.ratno. I r

now a director of the Ixiuuville and trees for the I least: inonev, to bo hail of Klemlnx'ton.
Nashville. J. %v. .\: F. It I WAITK., niinty' I niutnlolinirn-ll.' W. IflliB, W. I'.
Trat-tlmui. M.ll. Itnti. r.M. IVrrln. W. P. MilllHniM -
Thomas! Huller, of New York, a retie wSfebtd.! I Hflleview; Kla.Vnntei1 n",. U I I''
capitalist.. Tint ('sums.1'onnnl.slonen" nu'Ct the tint Mon- pull'
I lAigaii' :: Murrey, President' \ of the U. \ tilT In seer) month.School .
National Bank of New York formerly At the M'lui-Tropical Dining lIa1l, H.mr.1 K. K.; lUrrU' 'li. T. NVntlmaun,
) ynung .
M s. JI ss'r. A. U. .nrtin.' I'. L Inirlmw.fclii .
Pri'itident of the Kl'lItUl'kyatiol1 il lady to act as cashier. Apply at Chicago s>l lUmr.l/ nwt'lA Hint I<,lII.tll.111 C'\\'ryluollth. 1111COUNTY
\\fiVEXKlt (M-AIA, FLA. J.L\T.IJr: :.'11".1'\/ Hank at Louisville, Ky. Restaur uit. llfeb''t HOARD OK HEALTH.

Roswell 1'. Flower I a leading New --------- l'rt'"hlt'III--llr l .
AV 1\lit t'II...I in lal'lln h I('I 1' I' tinry.
York !banker and Democratic y. .
prominent .
TheI'ork U'OCN a S.'ircUryrapt. I KI.: / Kleharlwnl.Me0,1.'rs
BUDGET OF HOME NEWSC. HrAicly On and statesman, twice a candidate for A cook and chaimVrmain at the lakeside Dr. /D. A Smith. Anthony, !oI1""- ".
Glory Fills' the Moon.llrrbert the Presidency before the National Democratic Hotel at Uike Weir. Apply) at room M. H. Mier' 1111.11.| II. Irvin

? BITTINOER.rity ..:.11 tor. L. Anderson! 1-MQ.: assisted. l by Convention. 11, :\lajlIolilIIl1tt'\. sffbltWnnteil. 11OAKU OK TRADE.
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rrcnlilfiit K. Minn.I
II. H. -
all the laft.ltltIt'alt'tl l county nominees Porter, of New York, Pn-mdejit Vice l'rt'"Ilt'II\-II.| A. \\l'"II'n.
Y" don't you call on "Y" hj jeweler. on the nepublican ticket, are hard at of the Chicago A Eastern Illinois Rail H 'cr 'tiirTiu.. K< &. J
dSfebtd work taking testimony, behalf of Fred road. A little girl PJ or 14 years of ago can IWmrJ: of(i _
The sun Rhone h.dltl', for which we S. ioodrich.; of l p. I>I\lioi. also a lately dNa R. 1'. Wilson, brother of the former have\ good homo for attending baby \ LIIr.'lt:::: tin: ,suit J.) s II. W.itch Mi ig.tunh.lyj I A.
a>i'' led Republican\, iii"mi ift. for I I'ingress.< President of the K. T. V. & G. Railroad. and helpiuigarotuut the hoime. Inquireat
are all grateful._ The rear jard of :Mr. AinleisuiiViitlii-e, iM'' John t 11. IIIIIIHII, President the Richmond this! oilier.' 8feb2t BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION -

Weihe will Lave your Waterbury filled with ,'nlort'ofello"\ citizen.eager, I iV ))1111\111011) i-tfiii and the head of ,
Tho Northern Ohio :
watch paireL tIf.lISt.1 anxious and almost over run with a the linn of liuuan, :swami iV ( 'u., New Blanket mill at I'rt "1.1t'1I1 r II. \Vltnur.
__ York Cleveland t, burned I I yesterday. I Ixiss Vlre rrviMent K: in
bl1l'1ll1nldplirt' to Mr. (i.i.idrichVclaim largely inlereMed.also, coal andiron
Mr. J. M. Blair of Cincinnati and the we I-IU,4ttk), Insured' t for |80Uiu.Weihe I. "'cit'liiry Mini Tn'ssur'e' Uml Fox.IbHinlxl .
for otI cashier of the Bank of Ocala
Davis's":, are .)f any account when .placedon [sauna. is still lucre dfcltStd ,I.henN, I llroMii, M KUh l, A. f. iH-limi'Ht.l. i),
Blue ,
spent Sunday at Sprlllgf1. LNchirIs.Nnd K. A. 111111",1.OCALA .
j.> | The humorous "part of the Samuel Thomas, a wealthy iron manufacturer ------

Coburn, the Chicago Restaurant man. proceedings' il that to the >ptel.rintt| < : Hid I) of Pennsylvania' the lat'alloftllU Go see the )Indies: Watcrbury watch at RIFLES:
will contribute to-morrow of \'ou"ott' for Mr. Goodrich and fir" what "ThomuH"" I Iron Company\ ," of that I state. Weihe's. dfebstdGo < *|>mlni i A Nrwli.; '
1\ cage oj'oh- Flat I IcutciiKiit K. It. It.t 1111111'11.
sums to the 1>'('ml.1'rol'irslllhow. oflice.?" invariably they answer with treat J. D. Probst, a leading banker in New ------ 1 Second l.lrtitfiiani. I'. K. William
|romptneHS> anti assurance, that I.hat nly York, and a director ot the 1/oiuuvillr to !Sanders' and get a box of 5-cent Forty M'nllrn.FIRE.

I The new coacht'H! for the IS. S., 0. & (t.I indicates they have a double ,teel 'iMilteif, Nashville lUilroml.M. :. \ l. cigars: for 11.\ COMPANY. ; '

I have arrived and went I South on the quadrupled:. capped, conpenlied clinch to H. Smith, ol Ixmi.sville, Ky., First The Red Grocery, Magnolia strict. is Chief -T. D. I ilueNNter.F'utt'wauMNUrilc .

morning train. They are beauties. the interrogatoryesnah; I votes for Vice-President of the Ixmisville: tV Nanh- the place to buy vo'iir; groceries t'I.tt""I" lanl -Uiiim KlicliiHtirr.Volk.S .

Mr. (icKxIiich ; 1 votes (him into tit' oriole, villa Railway: l'VIllJII II., ZH11AIU.l'f'Oprit'Lor.. ,.,...II.I."ult l W II. MamlialLH .
Captain Johnson, of Kitwimmee, County dency, ebry time sure.. The laugh Lxslme Notion, ('resident of the dUdeclin: 1 rrHaryJ II. Mallftt.Twentylive .

Judge Orfceola iunty, is in the city comes in when it is remetnbtrrd that Louisville and Nashville I liailroad and -- --- iiu/mUT. '

visiting his father-in-law" Judge ortll'ro. Mr. G.'s political Rlpiratloll8t'rt' not head i>fa large banking huuu in New l'uw.1; ( jiotatia-s below cost!' at TUB: HOOK AND LADDER COMPANY. :

quite as elevated as the presidency. but York. IJKKU tffolUt \\ 8rt'l.r.ty I'n'NidentAhtaut Palmer.Korciimn t '
Our preachers held 1 forth to slim audiences the more humble aspiration" of havingthe ----- -\\ II > llcnti.Auil ..

yesterday owing; to the execrable distinction' of :M. C. following his Jaekbonvlllu'H Emu: |uent Actcptnncc. t'4.! Weihe does his own jewelry and .tani nii-mlwr\Vt-IU\ Itlrhanlwui.Twenty ,t. ,

state of the "dimnition moist" atmosphere. name. The bud thimr in the contest watch rl'palrinlo--_ __ dfcbsidR.
TULULA 1.0001NO.. 22: I. 0, O. K.IMiTlx'Mry ,
line will be Mr. Anderson's 2.V' alh- Ht(1lUlJh.H'H
} ( Ocala Plum- ( Turwlay evening.V. ) 1I.
Albcrtus I : Voit is i in town today, in davit.Mr.. FLA., Feb. V.I889. hers. Call and examine their line stock. \ \II. rhallle, NV I..

anticipation of making' a big land trade Fred S. Goodrich, the contestant. ieo. II' Wilson, Es'/., fmulrnt ofihr. Flue amt get good" \HlrL. at reasonable prices' \ M. rhlllii t *. Mrrftary..
with Mr. Day one of the millionaires of fora Heat in the National( HOUM of lieprenpntatives ill,. IiittTinilMHiit unit ....'mi.1'rQ/cul, Kf' d31dcclm All vlnilliiK brother. (..r<1IAllyl.II..I... |

the Wooden'Xut leg State. said. that some one in the petition, Owla, t'lvrid, OCALA CIIAI' nH NO. 13, K. A. M, ::1

---- contest will be a much disa|<|iointed DKAK I' Your Twenty-onc-meal ticket for i7 at the IMNIat'tlNplrr| No 1.It.\ | A. M. Cunvifatloimflrnt : 1
SIR ebtc-emed ,
Mr. M. Mos>s, the ex-merchant and man, but it will not be, Fred S. Goodrich, : favor under Chicago. 3tf() Moinlny innlit In every month.M .
date of the L'nd\ in .!t., extending au invitation I I w LUNO.' it. r. J
Blue We .
postmaster! of tile inii>in]>arable of DeLand.) shall nee. i
from \'ourJulu,1\ of directors to EPISCOPAL CHURCH.IUR. J. H. Jl'HUIII.I't't'f.tary. i
SprintrH, in now assisting! Ocala'nayup "
Hotel Arrivhln. the city otlicials of tne City of Jacksonville CHRISTIAN CHURCH.
)It>('arth '. '
Mr. .
grocer, ( It. WII.MKH, Rector.Pirtlcen .
to be \present at the kxponition; on4'laclsonvillu The Mwl.le' / >hold 1 i srlniol/ and MM'lalorvlvi'i
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------ OCALA HOVSK, Feb. i e>. 18S'" !>.-.'"'heriiiHii every Huti'Uy' At In:*) a. m., an.) 7 p,
The Phu-nix club will give a Herman rant J. 11. 1'alatka I day, February! 14th mid m., it"nJnr< H-nt tree Hun.lny school 1 : every sundry inurnliitf al AKHOW'I' bull :
Farringtoik Fia.
; 1. t.l.n aliio rt'arluiiK I nt ulKlit t at rt'KiiUr hour, mlraytr
night, in Snowden't. Hall, in join you in "ct..bliKhing a united Florida at 31> in., || Chamterlatnautwriuleuden 1 (.
Wednesilay 1 ugene F. :Sailer, Maine ; T. II Bishop, iiK'i'lliiK' every ttediimday 111 ht. Allan)
honor of the \initinn young ladien. It i Ma-t duly! received I and laid before f;IlVUfd
New York K. K. Butler Martin Fla.
will\ doubtless prove a very enjoyableevent. Mrs Ora \,;'. sparktnan, ; the city council, in regular fc-hsion on the. ..... ................... ... ............. .. .......................... PKESHYTEKIAN CHURCH.
City ; Henry I 5th i iiiMt.In .:. :. : ,,:
Marcotte, Dunnellon. Fla.; N" H. Frt-iK-h. Rev W., It. UorwAu>, 1'iutor.
A dozen -,teased l nonresident OWllel !!' New York ; (i. II. Greene Wimington reply I am directfd I to convey to. :::::::::::::: B..1 I : :::::: :::::::: HaU>ath nervier* ut I II I a. M, NIK) 7 r. ... l'Iuu'
N. C. E.I S. Jjiiimrr+ Wilmington N. C. you, and through you to the maiH.: ., ..... ... ........ ............ IE... ...... .. !Helmut alI\ :m A. M? Wednoiftay" "V IIIIK. lecture
of land at LeRoy came in this morningon : ; ; went of your Exposition j the earliest ami .... .. .... .. ..... ... .-...... .. 17:9(1.: ( nvaUfre*. The |>uMlu cordially\ lUTlUxt.TRAVELER'S .
the S. S. o. it (i. railroad delightedwith W. Moore, N C.; G. A. Howe, Marlow, cordial 1 congratulations of the City of j' j i
Mass Judge W. B. and Mrs. Hoke :
their posm-ssions, half the number ; Jacksonville! for the pluck and enterprice .. .
InMiisville Ky. Joseph W. Haiti. "
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ladies. --
mlrl'lt1.: L. R. BrokHW di.splaved' by the succesHhil/ inauuTalioii I ,
; Anthony Fla. ol'un titution. that is IMPORTMTITgiTHEiLAlplES Schedule of the S. S, O. &, O. I K R.
Bu'k' oyter8 in any quantity at ( 0' OCALA HOME Fel. 10, liv >.-u. E. ]I
; burn B Chicago. TPfeta'irant. 3otf, Wulra\'t'nI'hila4\t'lpllia\ IV Gardner destined tl) .show to an admiring world Arrive from ll"m..."""' ........................*, &..% r. Dt.
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---- -_ till vast reHoiirces. and I liinitlt-HM\ HdvaatagPHof '*''vexnl: for Iiunnellim.........,..._ 1I.tI'A.: at.Itt.llrIlIrIJl..t. .
t J C. E. (Conner and l Treasurer Savannah (is.; N. llunke.: (Heather our loved !State-Peerless. Florida. ......................................._ 6.ul P. r.
j I IsUml.Mo.TK7.LiJ I. > ( ('ala for lli m< utiMaat... 0,30: r. M,
of the ButTnin lean! and'Trt Company, lu conclusion I am dim-led to inform
made visit .Sun : HOTEL: Feb. y, 18"t.-T.; that ]kind invitation for Jacksonville ........ ... ...... K. C,111'. I<. R. (Old Ire H. & N. Line.)
of Stanton, a d'in"" over you your
n.t'tl. R.
H. II.
Taylor, C. Doolittle F.W. .
day to wife and baby at Citronelle. in Brooks, B.V.. Marlin, l D. 11. Farmer, to be present on the day ......f-N-.i.O.: : : l..fi'I..r-C..i.E..i.;: ; : ...... Schedule.awNnicer .
Citrus couuty. designated, was accepted: 1 by her NIli'M north (1.tllIt..I/I r. M.
County ; John S. Frarz, Fla. W. J. Orr, curjvor- i i i .1 i .. ...
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Mefrs. Coburn A Co.-will receive Va.; J. A. Carr. New York ; ; Kd: S. Hall, of ate the authorities thoughtful tti ith courtesy a high coupled appreciation with ......... ........ .. ........ .. ......:................:................... frtlJ1u Night: 1.IIIC"I'I"Ulb.. .. bound.. .................1,45. .iU P.A.M...

New York City L. O.Green, Albert Ie kOKTII Somas
on Wednesday, two hacks. and eight ; an abiding 'faith that splendid anllUJa.nrti'l."t
horeea which will I be need to meet the Fla.; Gwrge )IHlian, W. 11. Blenckly, your I'as.engerarrIve.In; .Oc ...m 9.07 a. M..11.10 t
undertaking ultimatelybe ... .
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I eehburg Fla. G-TV'. )Rho les Alexander r.'tt.
trains and taking ol'l to and from the ; Ill"Iith the ._._. .
: ('row success' that it HO ( :; PreUbl US A. *
Dickxon, Hoston Ma' I {
JExpositiiAi, grounds.! n.MOMTKZUMA richly deserves. : .. Canon Hull. xmlli bound...................._ 1.41 r. M. R
: HOTEL: Feb. 10. IKHy.-A. Fraternally and cordially : : : .TQ. i north U.mii'1........?..?..........? 1.41 r. r- .
Rev. F. A. Shearer and wife, of Col. Gibson, Delks lilutTs, Fla.; };. Edwards, K. HIUUIXS yours Recorder., I TO TUOSKWIin' Wnl'LIt LIKE: litCLVTOMKKH : JOHM tf. r.uia,

-" fax, Iowa" are in the city and about (irahamvillH, Fla.; !J. M. Rodeifer, Citra. By Wm. C. We-t. : .......... ............. .. -... t!I tIt I'p Tow D Tlcki-t AlCtmt.|
ante nik'e ttlrt uuuetrr, of
at the Cnit-aga. They are looking Pure seed J .- ------ : ....tM........... ...4.....our................: ......it.......: .....-- : The N. S:R.R. Time Table.
Jtatoes LerHCOltt\ The I
for home and will locate with us if p\ at :
everything a meets tlteir approval, whichwe Seed Store. SfebGt) I'nradeot ( ho Homo ;Mini.rcU. :.':.:Housewives"".! : ...ut II IICIr If 11.

Promptly at l':3: < in. the Home :Min P--IK arrlr"112 (H' ''a..._..._ IN, r. ..
trust! will>*> the casesDon't Dr. II. L. Richardson; and wife of New .htrels took up thei/p. :line of March in i :::: :::::iHiiir! :!to:eke.luuhuteOf l i ? .our::::::::::: I II Freight:! .' ".. __............... 1\,116 tM A r.. at r..

fail to call and get an oyster fry York City, are stopping at the hotel front of the Oj'era House, followed by imisFsfocl" ] I .. .. .. .. .-Ttn-titnni.il..._.-._..111.06.. M.KOkTH .
at the Chicago. 30tf Marion, Silver Springs I'ark. The Doctor Colby's: Kx|"mition Band, a'1ll. {para.J"t l I E. CFOCERIES.I. I I
anti bis wife were on their way to the around by Dunn's Park, up Magnolia . .. W'lTlD.PAMf.lIlCe. !
took down : Hut do not think rs rtrlivrr them w. tbcre- i f arnrw I lu (A'aia., ...? ............. 7.15 A. M.
Captain Jlichardson! a run south of Florida fur the benefit of their street, pat the: south side of the Npu'' e, announce lliilH'E i .. .. .. ... ......._I. JUP. ..
Saturday: night to his lovely inland HomoHasna health, and I stopped over at the Park to around, by the Monte/uma, Magn: "lia, 1' .. .. ... Vrc.cottat. ... .. .. ...-.. IIIII/ A. r..I .
posse.iMions! to pay Mrs. Captainand spend the Sabbath. They were HO much the JIJrlJ'ret J'f'" olhi-e' Uto the : 11 rLL DKLIVKR ALL (1Rnc12RFx'': .... . ..?.I!.1'1111LEAD\ a.. ..

young Captain It.: a short visit. To pleased\ with thw location of t tin I'ark, in First National Bank ai I then cfit.erM-" l. i i'roLo"u' eitr I
iiiiuiN .. Ui Ntrt of (lj":: :,::with
hear the genial Captain tell of the sjwrt a vast pine forest of many miles in ex Their naineH. run at follows Fred Ma o.i. ... .IU! | .

be bas hunting, fishing and oyster feast tt'nall a healthy place to reside and so I .... .. .. .. .. ... ........... .. .. ..
lug it is nol surprising{ that he is enraptured pleased were they with the attentiveand W. S. Wtlltlrlw.I'. IJ. Dunes, B. :M. Row- ......... "_ .. .. .... i w ,

with the: place. home comforts they received from b horn, t \\'. Martin J. B. Curdero ;;.;;.Our Grocery Department. I.::::: 1 '
l i. It. t .. ...................................... ...... ...........,:. ,.... LIN NEYER FOLLOW i I l
: Mr. D. K. Arnold the proprietor, and 1 Mrs. K. Davidson, Will W. Condon, A. W. :
Professor Streator: 8Mi Nted by Mrs. S. Beers, who makes you feel at home atom Itadding and ,... C. Miller. They : J..s t'wrVf nJ J. H. (Jd TM.. _d.. ,no Haar i ji I .....................- ..----
and Miss Zeigler, his assistant teacher, that made to rented line their fry ;; t. :iAi;: "i4kIZTT: i ) I
were busy all day Saturday arranging r, they arrangement a very -1'1''IHal16 in i. .;.......;.XXLELiPt...1...... ..... .. ..... ..........
\ Meek-at l'rlDl'e.b.rtlt
spend' several the Marion. The and nttractt-d a large .1 !
for school exhibits in the glinted j ....tlwalwat LecItD...... Mrt.KTK.NKWH; $$ AND...,...
,dlo llJ. space trust the Ikx'tor is rapidly improving. in'lux' 'health. crowd l of iuterextfi spec-mlo"*, who are I .. ........"..........
to Marion's public lie say he in having fine sport hunting ; their friends and vitally interested in the

teachers of every school in our county he can \rr seen daily seated on one of the hucvewt nut fchall and 1 will attend to- AjHousehold.. .. ;: Word !
will see that Ms. or her school is pro,.rr- proprietor's ponies with dog and gun, niytit's. rerforiuance. j jMM \ of Stock. .

ly represented in this school work dis hunting the game tha abound in the the lapel of t'.IchQ'II coat HMadorned i : == :: = ==:: = i j Val'icty(

play. __ nooda lie shoots his game (rum the w-ih a beautiful blushing rote J

Mr. A. C. Dibert, superintendent of the saddle and never returns without a bag I or a different hue, and the meuibent of !I BENJAMIN7&\.i\ : \; .
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South Carolina State prison will, make well filled. The Doctor and )1 n. Richardson the II. M. looked the perfect ',ictule with .

an exhibit of the work of that institution are greatly pleased with" Silver their little canes of the v rUble sons ofa : I I.: .! =HoodE&zKash.6l4 = y
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at the Semi-Tropicil 1, and it all coinea Springs Park a* a winter, residence. but tt cork artist. ...... ...... .- .
about by Mr. J. A. Ron*" endorsing <. Beanie Bell was color bearer and the jI
Wanted ; j I
circular of the fact that ,,'e are having an paradt a big aucceMi and ** trust the 1"--1-_ F. 3t&d. tUnd, hWJo ayttar., 0e&1a, Flaa

opportunity? our midst to make such a A ReBUonoL first clue hack driver Call at Chicago 21.: i I tide house order to-DiKht.HI be one

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Pears at Long flange Hart's Ocklawaha lilt or Stoamern

4 y- ==- The following' i i- from a California Steamer Okeehumpkee, Ctapt. N. A.
: "'LA., FEBRUARY It, 18S9 paper i | tilt KfMllpriflfl itrogroph' : Ellwar41:1I: loaves I'alatkaforSilver Springs Drug-Lin e
-- --- -- -- -- ---- :Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, at Ilheinaner's
I.Ml Monday, FloridA, in and about I'ensacola,
I p. E. HARRIS, :r.niter. at trait, waR treated to a genuine, old-fa hloninownorm 9.30; a, 1)i., on arrival of train from St. -0-
Augustine; relurningleaves:Sliver; !Springsat
Snow Ml to the depth of two inches
9 a. m., after arrival of train from
; and the inhabitants were ireniicd over the fall- THE PLACE TO
0 Ocala, etc, Tuesdays, Thursdays and
80ballln4 ] In everybody and
tn"'lljto.1' | by
''t the greater hilarity prevailed. Hero the thermometer Saturdays w8feb2m AT-

played aroUu cloud! flecked, the ky Hears were entertained of Silver; Springs and Ocklawaha River Special Sale DR. DELOUEST,
w H-rions damage to the orafiico crop, but we hope '
steamer Eureka, ( aj>tain Coons, !leaves -W&'o\T( \ SIDE rAR&-
the feaw were uufoiitided. for Giahamville after the arrival of the

If tin editor'nf the (5f t>'()1r"p" will morning train fi"m Ocala and returning ()('.\J.A I t I I I I FLORIDA

take! 1\ string and met-me the distance it i time for i>I"t'lIllt'rotll\ connect with 3m 31-83
; evening! train fir O'a'a1i' ; : miles-fare -OJ' -
taut the l belt iVimeola III'will
orange) to : : "
from Ocala and return, *1.50.( dKfeb2m
tiixl 1 that it i is :about a far a'it is -

zwlA..a.. "s.- Atlanta from the tried name point
--- -- -- ---- hy the H.UIIO nhMUMMiuMit. The orange l

The veterans of the war are dying ofT growers knew nothing about the snow T8 L concern HEREBY, that OIVFN CO days TO after ALL liMIt WHOM publication IT MAY DRESS GOODS ILadles' I ,II

at the rate of l,000< a year at I'eimcola until they Raw accounts' oft hereof, and during the lieU reJu1ar' session or the
flplature ol the Mute of Florida, the FLORIDA I
in the n<*''' |IIl\pt'rM.| Dear Citroyraph' NTERNATIONAL A>U> SEMITROPICAL hXO -
White Caps" have maile their 01'pcarlLnl'H the fears wt're all imaginary and born 'ITION, of Ocala, Florida, a corporation organized Wholesale & Retail
ill Virginia. ) and exiling under the lam of said State.
away from home. will make application to the Legislature of said -DEALEK3 IN-
Plate In pursuance of the Constitution and laws
France and Germany\ covered with hereof, for the pannage{ of a l law authorizing laid
snow, while Holland is inundated with Jilt DUNN IN Tim: S S.-\Tg. corporation toisnue shares of its stock of a par
water. value of Ten dollars each.J. Fine Broadcloth l 1 l
O. r't.ARRR, GKO. WILSON, airoiMbiwicsOCALA \ C 1
Tlin HcHolutlnns he I n I rod u cod. her relary, I'retildent I
Mary Fiske, a well known New York febl1 GOd
-- a wide
City dramatic writer, is dead -0-
WIIERLAH' In of the
consequence} prevalence
Thomas -M.-Nichol- ,- -of- the- Honest : "f a yellow revei rpiilemir In I I I > FLORIDA 3m 81-ttt

portions of our State during the j past> Lake SillcHotcl S 80c. 90c. and $1.
esterday year, many of the )lives of our best citi-
zen; were parrificcM': general proHtra-
lion of .,'busineKS financial depression snit Worth from SI.75 to S2.25 .
Miss' Nellio Gould is doHoribed as being great unHVrlng wan brought upon our -ATDI. -
a most lovely young \\M\y.\ She is the people, many of whom being compelled
sweet |possessor of f20,0 lU,<)XiO.( to flee from their homes, terrified, panic So. Lake Weir Fla.

stricken demoralized and in many in- ,
Tho Lake 'itv Citizen nays that Director !stances in a |>enileHH (condition and were AJJL'OOIJ
DePass) is making things move at the breed to endure )great hardship and pri- Sixteen miles !south: of Ocala: ; on
Experimental station. Mr. DelVi) Is a ation ; and whereas we, believing it to high bluff overlooking the wholeof FisfleI'sCan
hustler. thin great and of the
object purpose Beautiful Lake. AVeir." COLORED HENRIETTA
(lovernmrnt and l its paramount duty to .
a Dan Thompson, colored, got on a bender 'renene, protect and defend the lives

last Saturday: and the police permitted mind property of its citizens Rain'oltort'i ) HACK MEETS ALL TRAINS. <1O inchos! wide,
him to tool 011'O'l'r in
Sunday ( n invasion: ; t therefore be it
the cooler. A'I tolvi'ib, tin of the State
!/ fsyitlaturf of l ht found onclof: the
Florida, That our :Senators; and KepreentatlveH o Fine IJoating, Sailing, Gunning
The Charleston AY;MM and Couritr in Congress) bo iiiHtructed to and 1 Fishing.i 55c.
thinks Mr. Harrison would do well to list every effort to procure the h paMaI'! of
i write'! to President Cleveland and request such a l law, and theadoption bv the that he leave his veto machine in (' of such measures, imludingleceiwary Worlli Sl.OO. ,
the White House. appropriations! for the e tabUhment Rates by Week or Month

4. of disinfecting! stations, as to apat
Rev Edward Everett Hale and others } rrd quarantine\ on thorm-tof Florida Addros, most desirable priced
have |iotitioii-d the Massachusetts: Legislature hit will t'lI..ctlla1Iprt''t'llt the impoita- Ct. 11:11. Taylor .
in furor of pensioning public ion to ourshores yellow fever or other >ln linger. )
C I ontagious or Infectious!! diseases! from Special Inducements in h
school teacher who may hart nerved -- -- -- --- --
; half a ('elltmv.Oovernor Vest'' India, South American, or othernfected Open All Year. Stock or Dry Goods
l ports, and that the the 1'I'n"

Church, of Dakota); had a tary of State furnish each nf our !Senators Our. and
rumpus with his 1 legislators' and threatens and Representatives with a certifiedopv ) : Clothing

+ to whip 1111 inl rttl"llllIt'r. Tho latter of this resolution. II. KAOLETOX, In tile CHr.d .

a retort bv asking Harrison to remove I'ROTII-rroS An."S I'A"I'En LA IIOU .Dealer' In.........
I 31 dec
tho Jovernor\ March( 4th, at 3 p.' in.R. OKAM.KS.WIIFKKS 4 mwatCImaQ
READ ESTATE. Shoe Department

H. Dudley, eoloied, of Americus, and lemons;in The the United tRt"l4l\8nnlll-of oranges) .
Ga., paid the I'resident-Klect I Harrison a dust is in its and -- -
rv, yet infancy, i is capa-'
visit! "Saturday and said he must not ignore bin of being made valuable, to its citizens ....Improved Unimproved........
his race in thedistribution'! of OftiCt'H
snit I of '
e in the South: as adviso.!, or the J,!. o. p. and I that rl'a'hinj'N the great) Riii large>eriority proportions| of this; LANDS. GROVES, ETC.

,l will biif-t. fruit over all others If like' kinfis a well -1- C. Rlieinaucr' -- -- ---
Htablished fact ; in order to cripple' this
Some' succulent statistics. art'that thereare nduHtrv! and check' the increase of homersludlin WKIH: PAItK:, KI.OIIIDA.
in the Chesapeake .r>7S,'_>i.MHX( O Mtiiroyards > immense importations\ of fldwlm !\ :E cr> I11) JVl J
of oyster |busts! yieliliiig about ID-) oreign oranges are annually made\ jut \
hl'forltht, domestic is ready for market [U 'sl]
0XXM) bushels of oysters annually, and ;
r distributing about *-:2,000,0lsamoiig50) ) ),- hat this foreign fruit M rushed upon our\
,; 000 Pe hue., narket in an unripe, artificially Colored OKOKOK: : :\lcKA Y. JAS.- T. LANCASTER, A Complete Stock of
and unwholesome condition
and fie-
For the supper' to bo served; at the inaugural tipntlv soltl as Florida, I/Miiwiatia ort I -
( ball in Washington there will be 'uliforma oranges) which are thereby} ? IO S AND EHTIMATta.Furnished : '
provided 'O.Ov.O: ) raw o\hters, 20MK: ( ) rendered uniHipular' hems in demand, LEAD!:Nil UKAI KSTATK DEALER. Gents' Furnishing
Btewe loPters, Kl.fXK) chicken croquette*. heirnlue greatly depressed\ and the on, Apl'lIcatl.m-
6,(000, sweetbread plates' IK Hi gallons! of xibliciis well as the American orsnceand -- -1-1OC.'I.A
terrapin snip, and other articles of food lemon' growers defrauded.) In older : : : : : : FLORIDA ,
in proportion. tn protect the American public from such Ornce-Ra+me ercz : : : Oraiuce ant SUth II&. Goods.

as well as to foster, enentlrageauraloprotect OCALA KLOUIt dlffl
I A speech by the Greek orator Hyper- a "alnlhll111,1 inn l.o3111-'t -
idea \has been discovered at At ht'lnll. (' >a .ing) agrioultnral) industry from im- ---- -

Hyjrlden lived about 4111)) 15. C. It is a notations of inferior low priced labor KEADY: :31A)EI

Bugstiv" tact that the speech just >roduction ; tbeiefore... it SNOWDHX: A McFAKIANK, WEIHE
found refers to bribery in elections Retnlrfd. bn flu Lt'gMttiirf of the Matt of
There. were!/loAlt."II"/ lief iru Agamemnon Finn-la( That our Senators: and Ueprebentatues : -DKALE1W IN- CLOTHINGTailoring 1

: in the ('ongress) of the United ALL KINDS OF FURNITURE. -LEADS IN: 1HK--
I- Mr. <;n--I"ton---'i, ; Philadelphia States be requested, and they are hereby
who has large property interests! in instructed l, to use every erlo'rt to secure -- .
a{ Florida, not only has firm faith in the the passage of a law ini|>oMng a duty of THIY INVITE INSPECTION or THEIR CoMrtrrc '
; future of the State, but predicts great one dollar! |I't'r ttatuUnl Iwx of two STOCK AND Low 1'.lca. ffatiClocfeJcwclrjLINE c i c \\ c Department Unexcelled -
things in its sugar and rice interests. cubic feet on all foreign) oranges and 1m Sl rs ; In Fits and Prices.
Mr. I). will visit Ijouisiana and study lemons brought into the I'mtud !States, dec3llmI.:
their system of culture\ and their mill!. and to solicit the co-opt-ration" in this
matter of the Senators and Reprwentalives -
lly an oversight -of the White l House from the other orange< growing Palace 'its Store I It I. J. BROKAW
steward the wine gave out in the mid State of 1/iuisiaiia and. ('alifornllall" t< << < o c \

die of the recent dinner given by Piesi- that the Secretary, of State" l e re dent and Mrs. Cleveland to the Diplomatic to fuiuisb a (certified copy of this lesolu- !

Con. White House servants thin to each of our etiAtors and Repreongr ---0-. a Specialty.; TIIE.. MARION COUNTY NTJR.SERYMAX. .
were flying about Washington: at midnight seutalite I i 111 ('. I MM.Sherilf .

trying to secure enough.:; bottles to ---- --
repair the blunder. Williams turned over nine WHOLESALE -e(1 -1-I

-- ,- --- prisoners Saturday morning to Dutton Jk .
-( oc.tun ox WEST SIDE: or SQCARX)-
C'o.'s ageut.wliotook them to the .. OFFERS: TO THE PUBLIO A FIXE
Senatar fall Chandler U preparing to lurp en- -.\ 8mSJ.-! LINE
naval of tinefartua. Their names and termofsentemv OF :NURSERY
the surplus from, a point ---- ---- ------ STOCK-GRAPEVINES

ram View He has of a two bill steel providing harbor; for rams the years;run Charier as follow\ Darns: three Peter took years;three\Vm. Retail I Drugs : A 8rCULITY1 ; ,
construction ; W. W. CONDON'SNew
Smith: No. 1, three Will
not to exceed in cost flrOO.OiK' > each, years; Smith -1-
to.OUO.OiiO( ) by way of a No. 2, one year; 1'mery; Nelson l one year; -0-:
r; "starter/appropriate It i ili t'vi.ll'uthat William Is lUackhawk, one year, Fred Mason, \ Jewelry\ ) Store c1janlS2mDDft: AntbonYI|Fla.
old-time naval twenty years; Wiu. A. Stog., ten Yt'IUIi.11 -'LL"I 0"1I
anticipating tttherethe no John l oac'h .\ colored. Green Nudge made the Shines replete with everything
,a revivals ninth wan, all his lawyer reconsidered hU line. Call and examinefor .
to co.operatewlth h11Ii. their request to have him remain until I OILS, STATIONKIIY. TOILET yourself.1 LAND TITLES I I1 '
the State ,
Supreme Court rendered their AND-
Nebrask trill shortly enter upon the decision on a demand for a new trial. String for Musical Instruments. a --1-, : '
manulketur of beet root sugar on a FANCY ARTICLESIn Specialty.All {
the greatest sue Work on repair of Clock and watchesOuarentet THE BEACON
Dr &
scale which promises Parley has returned to Ocala and t. AD.utgpAB.rrRACT |
eeaa.. The German farmers are skilled' in re-opened his dental otHce Kduvated in Complete Stock I I0 IWBiairr Rhelnauer's Old Stand. I
and large
the raising of this subscribed vegetable, the the nchuoU of dentistry and uieilicine, dsoSi.tmTios cXntPANYf
sum has been to secure with A practical experienco more than I
the --- -1-I
production of the beet sugar in mar. thirty years In leading cities he feels r. OABY. )t. D ,
ket. The sail is i adapted to the culture warranted in &assuring the public of the We h&.11. Dn. but. the date brawls of:eiaareKeatisarten IS:1UE\PLA\ CE10QET THE
and It FA
is favorable, best rvice the profession can render. fr Wall Pap.r sal oMelaa ;:heels CISI t
tf JS&7enWwpected that a rejolutloainTiMPT I Diseases of the mouth and artificial' .nlCS" ass IVIoeIOJI. --:-I I IOrrica -
to place. I TBAZKU :
U about dentures A ,
r + a pecialty Offlce over FUhel's Boom. ACMW 4 OUJ'. Block, OCALA.
ThSUnoquwitfoaof the high quality I : :
store in
rear of Dr OCALA
Quy't Oflic How
J"nUQQuu t I I I OCALA Flit ''I JMl"I ewper1eaoe is nort4a.lUJaDIua ,
befit warm
of root aup!. )jan."fi dler wtf ..a&mJI DI w1&A10.17-17 )

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--This Exposition} incorporated} under the laws of the State ol Klorulu, opened nt---- t'I (




This will be an Exposition of 1'ouiolojjical, Horticultural ami Agricultural }product of Florida 1\1I11ht'I' roils, timbers. -woods, minerals ami 1 Hv and products of general internet from all States ami countries.!' Entry i is open} to the world for the display' of its p roducts.: No charge for entries nor : hpuro) for the, products' : Or
manufactures of Florida.
The United States Experimental Station for improvement+ and development}' of products 1 indigenous\ to this I section has! been located contiguous! to our opposition. grounds
WT'NVo+ invite exhibits of all d'-scriptum' *. particularly: those pertaining to the arts: mechanics' and! agriculture' guaranteeing uniform 'uurtc'l'Iy I to all exhibitors.J



GEORGE W. WILSOX, Prescient. WM. I'OX. Fii.>t ViiM'rwldout.t. IIL> II. KNK5IIT" Sm>ml\ Picoi'residouti'
p. C. W. CAMPBELL. Sit., OfiuT.il Manager.: ( S. MAYO I Trwwurer.: I J. 0. CLAUKK, SWivtary
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mnc Filst National! BankOF Tile 1 Merchants'' Nation Ban/\/\ ..iit-1( ((111011-THI-i: 0 Dmg' i. :,,, ,.\

OCAL.A,-- w S

Ocala, FIur1Itt.NO. .
o1t 3470. Do

tI -NO. 3.815.--
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=.....................-....... .. ....:.....-.. No Second Place
Paid Up Capital, Authorized Capital, IN -

$150,000. CAPITAL STOCK s Onoo.O( ( )( COMMJJTliXISS() 01'' STOCK
$50,000. SURPLUS, 11,11 X1))1)
K.\V.AONKW: ,Pi-en.. \V..11.cOUcI1.'..1'rr.. .- Quality of Goods: and l Low 1'ricen.

(I'I''ICILS. r;
-i-f K .-fF t J.NO. F Dcss) PreeigL,... I CJOODS ..l)1IIII:111hrKrir.IoClt : :
]I':' 1'. IIIsMt) "$, I 1"cf"I'rtiJtf.i..
U McOQSh'KLt, Quhv
A. McINTY'RE: CAornEn.I : -( d'.>t tel Ytrwt'Natlou.t, \| | liank.- '

I Being now iUl1id in our new and tltg'nl Hunk building v SURPLUS $7,000.00 ,. ; to oll.
GmeralJ.lnki":1: tu#W"Iraa<;lerl. KxtJtangt bought and,&1.1.: -A COMPI.LTK: LINK:-
One of the fimt and IMJHI wvnpped) Kinking houses in the State" owned by the
bank. We have pedal facilities' for rnakindltM'tion.s on all accessible |>ointH.We -.OKHARDWARE-
will extend very rourtwy and favor tll our customers' insistent wHit safe(
oankln);.and shall give prompt and careful attention to all business! entrusted to us -IUAHI: ) OP ))lnI CTOHS.JSO. .:-- ,
We so l L.t your BANK ACCOUNTandallbuslness: In our line and
guarantee entire satisfaction. ,
.F. DUNN, f:. T. DIRM IUKI'!>"},
Important' & Tr:ulersittI011:' ti Haiilc, "e\v York, N..Y.; J.C.1'IILI\E; I.. M. Til AYKK, .SasliJIoorsJilindsAT (
outhern Bank of Georgia Savannah.' II. I) IcCOEJ.I4': )

t& Special Correspondents in all important cities in the West.
dec9 COKKESl'OMKJfTS {= { +

.Vu/Kmol 1'grk::Rank:Jo/T'A'iw. York. Marmot Anttf/nnl flunk: of Jl<*t + Jtn>tk: of fvnviHwih fjrurgvi A. E. DELOUST.
I I,1If1 .t-iLJ4'( Il'irtkirty OmjmnyntiirilU, AV.n..1Gil9 ,
-. Smtl-M ,
THE MONTEZUMA --- -- -- --- -

Main Street, Ocala, Flu.Th J., rued Sanltnry Engineer .
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1 = Hotel: ) of the City.EEF1RSTCLASS ; 1 tit.'V Fifteen Years .....::I. Q" '. Ft. King Opjiusito Avenue! 3L E. -'oIt-/
Experience In England. } .......... PIANOSMusical ;
i v

\' __....=....:..........................................." ...........,............,........N.................._....... call Work and Strictly leave first-class/irders. and Guar _.Lt' \. '-.... "-.AND- ) '

,.:'t Btctrie belli in every rw /. U* *",l FJithi.: O>''''*>f* (W temple. room for Co- anteed. Bath Tubs Water Closets Basins, T >'"\ J.....
awl ..
Kraal Iroadtn. 95 rwiu. New brick hone new furniture. .
Hot Water
I Instruments !
Steam) Fitting and Pipes of all kind.

(1taM l ,, .J.Ir.) J.P.W U J.wer.lsssary t, J&It. J2Ici( Rlti OCALA FLA

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Subscription' Rates
Per Annum, .
>jt 00
Biz Months, 2 -ft. : )
+ Throe Month, 1 25.Hanner i
d L..jL
Local Agents. ,
f E. I' Tha card. llcclilick; &1. W. PUll h n j
I Anthony, At. C. (Itenlrk Citra; and l J. II.
Douglas, SumrnerfleM, are authorized to
take Bubocriptiona and receipt for name. CJ w
Brother Shafer says milk buaineiM is en( ;
not good thin wet weather.

Mr. and :Mrs. Nute Sparkman, 'of La. (

Conte, Citrus county, spent the Sabbath .
1, in OcaU. : / r '

Major Hoot was thrown from one of
his tine horses this afternoon and badly
but not seriously hurt. 4 o -

. ,''t; Mr. Spooner, of Citrus, brought in n .
{ turnip which intnimirertiiinuandnnc-half L t tV
Inches in diameter and another over :
f' eight inchcH.
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i Welborn, of Atlanta, Ua., arrived last
: evening and will upend the winter with
r1 1 I
:*.' their parents' :Mr. and :Mrs. Whaley. o L

Ii:, J. 0. Clarke; the up;-and down all the
year around secretary of the SemiTropical
Rays he is Belting! more letter*,*asking! OO C.r-: : ,
1 all about the big show, than dozen typewriters
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could-- answer.- .---- -
:Mr.V.. IJ Lahee, of Memphis, Tenn., ) >- ci
the day with Mr. L. I... Coburn, of :
j the Chicago HrHtuurant. Mr. I.. in inquest () r
t $ of a first clans investment. of land.t !.
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t Mrs. Davidson! of \VVst Point, UA., r--
and her little !gran.l: -daughter arrived HH
Saturday night. She will upend) the winter =
with her two nona, n.O;. and I). };. Z _

k ,: Davidson! __

+. Mr. Curtis, the heavy weight, smiling)
.' auditor of the F. H. & N., took in de ciEIiJ
liirhtful lIoll1oKl.tIW\over Nirulay. Mr. C.
R said HomoHasHA was all right) but the

I Jlell weather\t1onK.clerk was all wrong; in his dmMr. / # O

W. I). W"lIeror"ho owns props
erty in this and Citrus county, brought
1'd from his latter grove this tnormg a magnificent t ------.J
it bunch of fine, gloriously\ golden :::
r' colored grape iruit. It illapPcRr in the

Citrus attention.county exhibits and will attractgreat VJp. O) c-::: :>

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There was no sacred concert Sunday ; r.
,, by Colb>'!! ExiMiHition bl&lulowlllil10 the o f23O
extreme tendency of the clouds to -
weep copiously all day long. The earth
pained much moisture, but the hun -
r ureds of people who desired to drink in
the sweet! harmony of sacred ,sounds, lost .
a most. delightful musical l treat. 1

Captain Willard resident agent), of the t o:::) ) :

Houiosawa Land Company. wan in town
to-day lie is not only ill Denial gentleman (en)
but all who know him and have ?Sr
enjo>.edthe bounteous hospitality of his ,
hotel, say that he keeps the best table of -'

any hostelry! in the Ktate. Besides being .. .... ..... .' '. "- "' ''

a procession hotel prince in that and Jillt'at the, as head a practical of the !f.A .TOW. LOT 'l"'M A TOWN= LOT

joker, he crows over the world.Arlior ,
I/ay. FOIl 1 j FOH i HHO

I 2500. I $25.00.

On the night) of the 14th, at the Operas ......................................... ..... .. .. .. ..................... .......................................i.. ) .
House, the Ocala Graded School will
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give an entertainment, the design oft ....... .. ... .. ..... zL- I
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which is the formation of \ colony twk- ::: ; rT ()I : : j' (yS..frN"i( :: I
Inc the the characters advantages are of mainly a new tress country and, .........IT11IS...................... .......... .............................. ...... ................... . .....................,.....................................................:............................ .-:..!...:......... t

+ flowers. personitled.! The tlramntia )>tr- --
,omll/are as follows:
..,........Minn "Hell I
Flora, tie founder of the ctiolouy.
i Uaks. Situ l.uunul The first in the field New Semi-Tropical addition to the City of Ocala I Anderson's new addition
line..:Kthel.liervge htrr Hliutj it>rUrange adjoins the Senli-'Cropical Exposition! grounds. Three hundred lots now ottered at $::5? each: for thirty days .
r > ..Un llullorkFerainxinuu only. The property is elevated and overlooks the city. South street is now being graded to the property. --TIIEDoaIa -
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XlortK..o............tauwlr.A1I..r"UI liaukiKonci The proposed "dummy line,'.' when completed will :add<< lull per cent to the value of every lot. Lots can be<

: Inters...:....?.........................I'e\l'II-h''I..... ..........)..ulrU...td.ll:' tout('haow IK>). I paid I for on the installment I plan, if leSir('l!. No commissions, no agents ; buy"direct from owner. The editor; News I !rI
I Mocking Llnl....................... Twelve little gtrb of the UANNEK will select lots for llon-l'l idl'ntl'"Ud in on the ground lloor. Plat can be seen at office of Depot
A 'pies............ ........................Ten girlI. and ts')'st |. II. L. Anderson\ ) or address 11. Anderson, Lock Box 125:? Ocala, Fla. \
HlihT! rlir..................................... hulls Taylor
i Low TarrUI.................................... 1voltr' Taylor I

.. "l...WIIlUl.'f".l'h... .. ....... .. .. ..................."....idrU.. and Ten! buys boil ---- -_ i
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y Pwevlgum Hickory i..s.:::::::::::.::::::::::::::.:::: : :: : .Joe: rh Smith WfMuncbauMMi Fair THE OCALA HOUSE.The LARGEST STOCK
g. .......................... ...... Ralph) l llirvlM-y. Trade\\ .
Holly:.........-.............i.............. ... .\\lilts \\lUUII
I. UKhlnj{ yes TraJUloui f Mora ..I.riuudruonCw ) DEFIES
.. ... Ita.lgerl'atttotw. I -ALowest !
: ....:.:...:.:.::::..:..:::::::::::.: .:':::i- ti6 Imille I I--
Clio..!...::......:::.. : .: : :..... .: .:. l WtlUaiiii FOUL WEATHER !
\outb........ le'ualatchbptrttof !
l+ptrllof; louuCaUiof .... ...... Prices !
Indian Tril w.. .. ... :Nellie I>liuiu
Florence CtxnikMltililt Leading Hotel of the
,;. IA'sqtr.::::::::::::::::::::::: ::::::": t : ) !rborupiion.Atiu'w 11 r:don't: hair tut to welch the vri'mhr in the n'I Unlit'i1s.N .ur- City.A."D Of any Store:ln Nltherl1 FlortJA, i .
........ Toage r inn't 1 1 to ttlettour gulls _
', Lime Fatlh..o...!'.:Labor...... ..::::::':.:::::::::.:.::::::..::::Mar,'' Ke AluUr"The rtouM' dirk of the WuouSnow I. TODD ISRAEL-;--,

., Queen Illicit Ja'It............ .' ."........ JUli. WIlt'rwln1'itltl Floods : : OCALA, FLA

lX'a, 'l'r&dltlou a..........01.....stls......ertprtug.... .... .....'..and....Ma' Allrt'oS 8m 11-88

< Colony" wai written three year* Don't Don't UNSURPASSED IN AI'POISTMEN'TS TO ANY IN TIlE STATE!
ago for the Lake Weir school. I'rof
fctreator::'? has ro-", rlttt'u it, introducing: .
t several flew characters. Scare FrightenUs. I E. B.
The music for the opening ,song. was RICHARDSON,
composed by )1r l' ll.l'r and tier vocal
ti class ijfor; the closing soul by I'rof. liar- Us. Repainted I Inside and Out'! -TILEI''Itleyt _

i through the i-ourte' y "f the !U ard of -A." Livery in the City HLEADING 4
Directors' the Exp>it'oii band will lw Rain Hail -0--
present and discourse sweet Uufil.

cordially The entertainment invited.l _is_tie, and all art' Don't Don't REFITTED THOROUGHLY WITH ELEGAK2 FURNITURE SALES STABLE

Let Weihe Bloc, >'OU the new llfeltdfllxIloom Water- Rattle Hurt 1 1m si-M

xa ',,' bury. ,_

E v, llouse and lot for bale.
"c' Last b.lfoflo\, Cal.iwelPi addition Us. Us. AND DRS. G. H. & J. C. PERINE
a well *a in fruit trees
acre ,
f '' and to Ocala nice;house one of liS: rootus; due water, W""HUYY NNQOTT ? --I Resident Dentists.

Two loU in southwest curlier of lot 3i: ; Bresttse OUT KU are '\,orta what we ak brt.11l'1Uo MERCHANTS' NATIONAL BANK BCILDI5O f
,or ties nursery W for sale on ec&u>* w. .!. allU.1 low prtes4 and OCALA rURIDA.All > ,
{ 1ot33.variety Apply to UfV.B.Helm. [51jl.'t] p.oj"'-are ea( r tort baivalni. Nothing MOM FOR Tza tsJ.\rrLTGTo :: : : : L. M. THAYER, M&SAGLA.ocAt.A branrbM of
We crowd that irad4 wllh dentistry. Teeth
Ete'5tt.d. koou Clowned with filled and
fertilie6tebtii FLORIDA. porcelain
A Clark's bob grade : Uk. Anlflrlaltrtf from or fold
"WiUlam ROWELL. one loot h
btrtcUy flnt-claii d.ntl a full set.
MT. at tbe Suet! Store. 1mJ1Y! ry at moil.rat.price

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