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: March 2, 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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System ID: UF00048734:00154
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BE F OF HOME NEWS The Templeton'a Last Night, CliritCll NOTICES: Hotel ArrlvitU.OCLA CITY & (COUNT l

These Ocala footlight favorities, appeared Korsic, March 1st.-M. W. Cole, RECTORY.I J'

'q1't11'r t GER, City Editor, on the Opera louse boards last Where we Worship To-morrow. I J. it. Weeks. Buffalo N. Y.; I. C. Chapman {

'- and BAPTIST CIICRCH C. II. Nash, pastor N.W. E. CITY OFFICERS t
tllaltdllrs'c And geta box of 3-cent night to a good-sized/: highly appreciative Newburg, ; Chapman ,
a tM audience! to witness the very Morning !service 1045: subject : "Peculiar and wife, Brooklyn N. Y.; S. Seaman, N.Seoly r.rAor--I' Tim ",... I'. nary "
t. 'lcrk-j' A. ltiilili !
r fine singing and excellent acting in the Blessings coming to us from' Christ'sHumanity. I and wife, Miss Seeljr, T U. Taylor, MAn
/ a"n''ct'io n to-night famous! comic opera of Maseotte. Whilewe ." Evening: service( "::30, sub New York ; .\. C. Harris, Indianapolis, -1>. K.I': Mt un.lM'iiAmeiwir 'trt-r' .. 1.

i*. full of people to-day. cannot go into lengthy IIt'tailwe! jest: "Cords and hands" Ind.; C. H. Myers, Indian*polls, Ind.; C. Tn-antiNT&ldent nf 1 1'1)11I1'11-.11"1.. K omtwilonrrv r'. tUmn.IhwM 1,.''

II a y''A Chase's dental ad. in give it as the unanimous verdut of the GRACE: Krucoi-AL: Cnl'ftcu-C. B. \Vil- B. Nicholson, Philadelphia, Pa.; II. C of Mermen .J. K. tiuit. K.: W. Agnew,
J. T. Laul'AIIlt'r, Inhll A. K discriminating audience, that the roue- mer, l'a.'+tor. Morning service 10-45sub: Nutt and wife, Boston, Matw.; W. J Smith, II. W. hatKllrr. 1. llro.l\\n and w'. U. Mat

-- bud notes and consummate of Miss Smith Itllwife Atlanta Ga. W. K.: Mc shall
.or--: acting ject.: "Charity. Eveningeervice 7:15: ,
Uurford is visiting friendsof Sanitary In |>.HtorW. T. king., : i,
Hermmie Palacio, who was truly the subject : "Jacob and Eau.;' Cordial Kay, Fla.; Capt. Adanid, Jacksonville, COUNTY OFFICERS :

A :Maseotte of the play, and roml'aIlY., (the invitation extended to all. Fla.: (i. W. Brown, city. Oatnty Jnd'a...-tUl'haro.tI.1'Ul4Ihr.. .

HOCK!A ash's millineryue. carmine hcrsute barred,) surpassed any MoxTK/fMA HOTEL, :March Ist. -T. P. (aunty ('kr k I>' A. Miller.
JliTiioum Cnl'icu-J. It. I. Sheriff-K.. r. WlllUm
; actress: who has ever ap|>eured before an I ey, pastor. Creech J. B. Ilrrdly, Miss Efli Seymour! ANII.r--J. c. Mathews. t.
-- Morning services at 10.45 "The (.01I(1'lor-ll. T.
-- subject wanmatin, tilts
}'W is in New York buying his! Ocala audience, in all the details of Exaltation of Humiliation., Don't, forget Jno. G. Hall, E.: I.. W'fIton, ChM. Eccles-: t'reasmrrer-S' K. l'jrtur \ .
< rlntcn graceful and charming acting, perfectly hall Miss Jessie Mayhew, Miss Eva:
.summer goods. communion services in the morning.The Pane, Meinlntrtou, *T ,
natural in every gesture, i>ose and May hew, Chas Shackfortl, Miss Blanche bunny Oomiiilwloiifru-, VV txitm: VV. r. N
't you call on "Y" the jeweler service at night 7:15: will be conducted Tmnthatn, M. II. toms, P. _. Penis VV.l'. VV11.lUroann. .
motion and by it, captured all hearts Paul!, New York ; H. Cleveland!, Ternpleton r'
;((1 difebtd bv Kev. W. tI:. llichardson, 1' E, The "oiiuly CnmmlMioner* mevt the flrkt Mon-
John Templeton as Prince Lorenzo, Opera Company ; L. Hereof, Savannah .

'' Snyder, in the Mon 'zumaput who is a born comedian, made the mobt Strangers cordially- --invited--to-all Mrvices. I Ga.; H. 1'. 'larke, Boston,MOM.; i Ikhooll In enemy__month.'\'-K. R. Itarrli. U. T. VWrtwunii, 1.1.d,1' '
M. t). Mom, A. K. Orimn. I' I.. Durlmiv
a large, new
'4i of his part, and got off "en'mllol'al hits, Our Friend are Viianiiuoud.! I J. J. Cassidy I Mirs Walter S. Caasiday, t't'huul |ionr l tuttu lint MinnUy lu rrt ry month

e popular thing to go out to the that took the audience b\' storm. The BROOKLYN, N. Y., Feb. 25. Brooklyn, N. Y.V.; M. Porter, <.:itr.. COUNTY BOARD OF HEALTH.

[on Sunday afternoon! i pages were very pretty and took captivethe J/r. Editor: : Fla.; Miss M. i:. Parker Springfield. iti lOeiit-I/r. T L' (;isry e

of the their Plt-afce! ''a. A. B. Sundstroiu''' York W. U. Nvretat7-'apt. K. 'Il Kle.haMm g
era Critique should catch eyes young men put my name on your subsoil | UeanhtB-lJr, L>. A. Mntth, Aulbuny Mii .r .
FTstmas still up natural grace of pose|> Pippo, the shepherd tion list for the weekly OcALA BANNER, Blake, Evinpton: Ma.; J. 1Hf'll: and! M, sr M(wi aunt IK 1J.lnln.lJOARD .

goods are being advertised.The which character }lr.l'haK. Miock- commencing right away, for one year, an I wife, Ixjwisburg, W. Va.; II. It. llodson, >>w..tenl-J.. p, linnn.OK TRADE.: ,.

tea and medicine ventriloquistman ford assumed left nothing wanting: in I would like to read of the Exposition: wUburg, W. Va; L. A. K.vhn.T.A.T. Vice 1'rWfIltlen'-li. A, Weathers

on the square, drew a big: crowd to- making the same his own. in your columns.! Enclosed t find one dollar O. A A. R. H.; C. K Dougharty, Wilkea- 5eeretar Jfc>ardof<-Wm.><>v !ruor Pot-A. P. San, Jr.. 0. ;niirln.auer. .

a'\'l We regret that the transition of the for the same and rend receipt at first barre, Pa. Jno F, Dunn, 1. II. l.viiinU! ,>u, )1.a.Weather ,
< ,, Wu. Fox and K VV, Uou./! .
The Templeton Opera Troupe, was I company from Key West, (where they opportunity.' Hoy. J. C. I'orter&njtpl1st: and! fiel 1 BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIA.

among the delighted visitors at the Exposition I have played to crowded and charmed I find yourpapera rt'alli6 newspaper\ editor of the Raptirt Witnttt made UI a TION. t

to-day. I houses) to Ocala and the change of atmosphere and I hope your success may continuo. pleasant call yonterday. .Idt'llt-C. 11. WUruer,

have given every member of Those living outside of Florida find it Vice l'n..I 1 The colored citizens of Jacksonville You'll not hay another chance to get "' ''''Ma1)' and Tl'MIInrer.Llull I Koi.Itoardol .
the company bad colds! (torn which try. a Hood messenger of new s, aa 1 can testify. Mt) >cti-rv J. T. l.iroaitor Iiwc8tbtni (
( are going to invite Fred Douglass to visit goods an cheap as you will at the auctionat I. Brtiwti, V. Hrftul. A. R. lMlouoHt.1 U. 1>.
the ing annoyance, the I'riucil'all\in very Yours truly, acbarlM and B. A. Burton.
Sub-Tropical. Coudon,8 jewelry store.
much sutler.: E. PATTKRMON, OCALA RIFLES 1

I ; Mrs. Lutumis, Magnolia\ et., is making We trust the splendid comic opera, 124:? Willoughby Street. H. A. Amolette, the claronetlst, will (''al-taIn-l.lI'11.Imt| Llenlrnant-A. Naobf .
li. MrCnnnrll.
(I quite an addition to her house by adding Olivett, to-night, will be greeted: with a Visit play several solos at the sacred concert HOIIII. Lli-nUliant-r! 1':. William 1
the Condone l fore
Sunday in the Exposition| building, Yurt MfiulnT .|
a two-story L. to same. of audience. The .
bumper an Templetons the choke .
r i, goooda are gone.A 'which alone will tm worth moro than FIRE COMPANY.

Col. Eichelberger's display of pecan deserve it.! it and we trust they will receive -Great---Curiosity.J. -- the price of admission. Chief)Korviaan: -T. I Maurice). IIWf'MLtor Klu'lnaiie.

nuts at the Semi-Tropical, attracts a good II. McKinney of frligh baa a curio Mr. R. W. Harrison of Flat awUUubUNIM Volt
Chipcu, came Second a...l.Unt--W. U. Marshall
deal of attention. Fine Photography.Mr. osity in the shape of a Sicily lemon. ''In today to add another silver cartwheel tiooreurr-J. II. Mallctt.HOOK.ANU .

Mr. Van Hood and Mr. I:. C. Hood, Oscar Smith, of New York, but Several; years ago he placed a Sicily l to the DUJiI1"WII carrying Tw.ntytlS members.LADDER,
at present representing W. W. Darnell, lemon bud in a Hour etock. It The a1wr his brother
made a flying trip to Oxford last evening orange capacity. |> goes to Irealdrnt' A In KIII I'alinur

returning the midnight train. of Gainesville, Fla., is in the city taking grew vigorously) and is now boaring. U. W.at Hidgcway, H. C. That is tho way YOF\'IJ]aU-\\'Ilk.* I llentz.
AIIIII"'aulhll. Kkfcardami.Twenty .
------ some of the finest views of our public Some time ago a sprout! came up from to disseminate home new and create a nu-mtifr. .

The auction sale at Condone continues buildings ever made in this county. The the roots of this stock and bore TULUL.A LODGE O O. F.MrtU
with unabated interest. sour !: aprfett !good opinion of our country. NO. it, I. ;
photograph made of tht> Merchants' lemon of the above variety-a [ every TIll''''.' evening| "
Mr. and Mrs. Myerson of Jacksonville Citrus pent quite a delegation: down last
National Bank, 20x24, has never ken proof conclusive that sour trees will bear W. II. (halllr, N. U.
ituc-Ha the H'rformauce of the W. M. I'lUIHi-H, Prtrttarr.'
here their bridal tour and night to w |
are on excelled. It i is a true work of art. He icily l lemons! even without a bud. This All vlilUnif liroin* cordially invll"t.OCALA .

visiting their friends the Israels. will go to Blue Springs, HomosasHa anc.lSih'er wonderful curiosity is one of hike coun "pletous.MaHcotte" the favorites the Tem- CHAPTER NO. 13, H. ;A. M. l

Gordan Sinclair, the manly little collector Springs: to-morrow and nest day ty's exhibits ut the\ :>eimTropical Ex-: 1 1Meiwrs. liMIt llcala ('llalI", | No In I.I, K. A. M. Convention:
James H. White, Kyle Wartinann Monday night every mouth
for the First National, will spend and take views of these wonderful nature poHition HUM beiitk held) in Ocala.--Sac.Vfw II.V.. UNJ II. r.
and Will Porter, and Mrs. Alexander, J. H. KKAIIK, Feeretery.CHRISTIAN.
ot.morrow with his parents at Candler. al beauty slots!| none lovelier or more .
Mrs Glover; and Wartniann.
entrancing in Florida, for the railroadcompanies MimBetky CHURCH.The "
sacred concert at the Exposition A lUg "hale. all much
The as objects of interest to pros- They were very delighted. I1iw'I1.les| held HumUy Hthool and aurlalavTlw "
to-morrow promises to be the best yet Mr. Jameh A. list rii, of Cum, con. i every. Smndayn"ontugat, Agnew'shail; j=
Active tourists.Mr. A solid memo of plats K'lasH hataktn also t>rva< hltiK al nUM:: at regular I hour, ana
had. The day also promises! to be pleas times to show his lailli in the orange >rai i'r 1Ut.t' hllC every \VfdncMUy niglii. Allan
Smith: took the" prize mec.lalat the : plaieoflho unsi,.:litly b-mrdi that |u"Ik"t.
industry. He has lately punlian! )Ir.J.l' .
ant. ___ ._ New Orleans Worl '" Fair and at the St. for home times pat barricaded the .F. II. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.
W. Mnitli'h mturfht in the K-ini-
The spring term of the circuit court Louis Photographic Convention, for best & N. window I in the I'ulaco !Drug Store, KKV. W. II. ii/rwAin, l'a.tor.
note Club: PaimnuO kee and! the
will convene March 19. The loc.il editor and most excellent work of art in his grove on and the railroad otlicu ban been rev Sabbath 'n"'ell" at II\ I. M &11.17 l r. H. nunday
beautiful 10-acr grove in the corporate" l'It'I..I.t 11:111.: A. M. U'litiK-wluy. en.iiinn, Iwliiro
will do patriotic duty as a grand juror. line. I movud. The increasing busiiutHM of at 7.3(1. H.t'ITim |.ul.ll"ic..nllHlly sulked,
limiU of this city known as thu"I'uoserPlace.
__ The Sigh for the Ozone, Fruits and i MeisHrs.! Wright: A !l''nuer dutnandH all TRAVKLER'S GUIDE.
It is
man.Mr. : one of the must valuable,
. Jno. T. Harris, of Cltra, will visit Flowers ot Old Marion. their Mpacti and they intend the "Pal Schedule of the
as it certainly one of the most beautiful S. S. O. & O. R R.

soon, the White Sulphur, prin s.on.the SCWANEE, FLA., Feb. 2*.), I860.3Ir. orange grove in the :State.::) : Mr. Harris ace Drug Store" to lm as handrioinu UH Arrive from, llninoniiMiit.............".,.... ... H.1'. r. M,
Suwanee to try the efficacy of its waters F. J:. Uamt any in the Male. U-aveOoala fur I mint lion....._......... 9.rla.: N,
is! now, if he wa never U-f-ire, dw- -- KtturnliiK at .........._.............._......? ft.'" r. N.
for the cure of rheumatism. I want that OLA LA BANNER. Enclosed; nerving of the title of the (//rung Ku.g )Ir. J. W. ylvt1.I..r.! t thfetflcient inanager have acts! for I 111>111......." at. ..... .... .. 1::XI r. ... '

Mr. V. G. shearer, of Jacksonville! please find! one dollar, for which tend me of Florida" lie ia the largest:< owner of of tilt Marion! Opera lion:>.', IIHH, returned F. C. Tt P. R. R. (Old. R. &: N. Line.)

came down last evening and relieved your I paper. Please God I shall someday orange grove !property| in the world. I toOculatostay. I 110 haM pun baseda Schedule
home in Old Marion Night "'mwiiifrr north tw.un.t11.4"' r. M. 'K
Operator Needham of his telegraphicduties own a county, lot. near the Allied Hotel and hall a 1 P-llbt l.e.earo.erwmtt."l.'.. ......? ,...ZU A Iv.|
at Mr. N.'a request and it would not be complete without Sacred Concert To-morrow Afternoon dwelling neatly complfled.! lit will be 1'IIIUL .......?_."_1.1 r. a. ?
at the 1.11 PONII>> | | >II. A
(jalfJaTH llose' f
the BANNER. l'lease) address .
joined by his Utnily about the middle. of
The report of the city clerk and mar. JACX PKKE Mares-calvary'! ; (moths KMlemj I'tlon .fJouruxt I'aimPiiKi-r arrives! I (Doata ................. VU7 a. M.r .
; shal were not refused as stated in yester Suwant-e, Fla. tldllDtl tkilo-"",ecouiJ Air \'arl"......... ..XukrMR One by one we gather them ''iKbt .. .. .. ..".......'..".".."...,1 n A'. N.

day's proceeding they were simply referred. .. A. srsone.ParaPbrare"Jemsairmthe Canon.." II.U..II'ull. i, To lie llattled. i I.olden" k"lUrwnSslwmioM'IA ill 1 north lixiind........?-......._?. 1.tl r. Mt
l flut ttellt LWetaberruedeFur
_r___ Among the elegant things in the COrnel and IW.rtl"u. Lu>wiAMLNIKIt U. E.: YONtiE: A C')., Tile Ocala Plumbers. Jour N. I Pawn
Farmers, if you will plant more caner MlukM4N>> 4JiU III II Nina.ta'aravaneIiverileiveurtemlal fp TuwnJI flakel Agent.
Call and 1 examine their tine stuck
Ladies' Department at the Exposition: is | 1'1"4.. A-\ i
and buy a Chattanooga Cane Mill and 1'be last. pit*e rrpresrntr i a c&r\, an trowing the and get !good work at reanotublu price The F. S. R. R. Time T.able.1
skimming Eva 'orator, you will be a" silk quilt" of superior workmanship dn. 1 a.carav.u 11 Learnt l coming! In Ibo li- d31declrn '
and finish and which ha attracted much t&nce-In{ j.ru happier and grow richer. town and then slowly
  • ngcr arrive* I lu Ocala..._..._ IM r. w.
    attention. After the Exposition clones, < bun.u t ail.,....:.......,...///tiThe thu ery, _.._......" 'Lts;.f. a. ..
    plate to buy your groceries; Pre" ht .1 __.. ..
    in the 5.0r M.UOO .
    continues to stay on top will: a .W"
    concert uiiuencoat u'dockanc.l
    be rallied. c
    this quilt will
    11. XACIIAIUAM, l'roprietor..13ldeclul o ? ._......_ A. M.
    cabbage exhibit. 1>r. II. Knight has recently This will be a good opportunity for will be. a rare musical treat. Let d soars BOVIID.Punengcr "

    supplemented the splendid ex- some! one to get: a nice article for a very there be a large attendance. Magnolia Nur-.r I, arrive In Ocala._..._...._ 7.14 A. r. '.'j1 f
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    number of mammoth one I. 0. f.20r. M.
    bibit by a small sum. The who wantonly tore tile The finest ami best \.arit'tyor orange,( IrtllllCt.. ., .. .:"..... 9,M A. .. ,
    peraon "a to ........_.....
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    from Belleview. trt-t* for the leuAt money, to 1 Ins had of A. M.I. .
    pickets ofl the fence around the Kpinco-:
    Funeral Notice. '
    J. W. & I D. WAlTZ,
    )Ir. C. M. Brown, on hilt trip fromPanasoflkee The Funeral wnkt** of B. N. Redding ].church\ lot, ought! to wear' a ball and wbfebUi. Belleview, Fla. I. J. SROKA

    day before yeeterdaykilltsl!1tblrty.t.o chain and break stone on the public '
    will take place to-morrow afternoon at Not that Kind of 1'onlen. r -1- 1
    while sitting in Isis
    pull streets for six monthft.K. .
    and Mi Potter bagged eventy-tw o o'clock.. The services will' he conducted Mr. J. W. Pearson drKiren. the public: to TILE MARION COUNTY NUR8KRYMAN. -

    bogy, by the I. O. O F., of which Iode E. Yong & C)., plumbers, are put- know& that the Texan ic.nu-M. hu baa for ,"

    snipe at C:itra yesterday.Mr. ___ Mr. Kidding was a lDt'mbt'r.11 member tin g the water into the fuurt home and nalu are not the "bu! <'kint'" kind that are ; J
    stern on the streets of Ocala, giving their
    H. C. limm, of Orange Home, are requested lo be in the' Lodge cbLKtrutting the water cl<'" -l I.. A long riders the graiiiL t>ounce alt, in sending -1-1orVEWt ,(

    reached Ocala yesterday and will live room promptly at 2 o'clock. I felt] want and the taxes fur the improvement them through the air like a dGlchargenl" TO TUE pun .lo A FINK LJHM

    I here permanently. lie ba rented a \\'. II. CHAILIE, X. G. i will Us cheerfully jald by the ro<'ket. The kind he ns.!lls! are aaaadoveit gentle or NUUMKKV HTOOK-OltAVKTIHE8
    and warrantu l nmnt\\ of limb A
    BPC1ALITT. ,
    Mr. II. E. Miller, paying a
    bOWie from Mr. William McKay, of oumter, wan public.Ili and wind. ftb3d-wt
    (month in advance. Mr. Gret haa.oume among the visitors to the Expoit.on; following itnr>M were in the I IIart'. OeklawatJa ulcer Htearner. di. nl.12m Ana Isar, Antl 1Y Fla.

    *to stay. yesterday.! He bays he met General city of Ocala and vIsited the Exposition : --
    -kiawaha steamers leave Pa-
    : The California Chirograph thinks that Seymour of New York, in the buildingand J. Henry Howe and wife, Mrs. A. L. I latka for the X'klawal.a' and Silver .. a ":I.UI. Jaarcuact,

    ," H.OOU jr acre is not too much for the General said that he bad traveled Leavitt Capt. P. N. Sprague; Kingham! t Spring daily exceptbuoday at ten ((10) PULLER A ClI.\CEt h

    :" orange grove land with bearing Utelto overboth Continents aad that it was )w...; Mrs. bmeildberg, Boston, Man. clock a. -returnmir leave Silver' Dr.YTIS74.'

    it notwithstanding that the lt frail exhibition of fruit that tie They were highly: pleated 1 with the ex Spring daily except Monday on arrival I porUl attention! ciren to frown Bridytwork. i.
    upon !: orangesare of train (roux Ocala, which u due fc23 a. OoM plate*, Sod all Im-elau oporatlou iwrutn
    ( selling there this year for a dollar aox had ermten. That U the universal vet- hibit and the beauties of the store m. 111. HAIT ItA* to the Ixnlal An. 0.. aduiluUtanxi tor Ute
    paJaS- ..'hW'&oaL Office la 0.. I
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    : on the tree*. diet. vUited. w8feb 2m J. 8. Fun&, A, nt.a' Agnew tJuU41u .Oct .U'c 1"I .

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    711E OCALA 1>AIIY .j Wr.. I Tin: nitrnuisTH MIKT. Come to our Exposition

    =- _- ,-- April Sixteenth-- --the-- Day for the The following days have been I
    , appointed
    OCALA, FLA., MMiClt S, 1389.V. Stale IMiarmaceutlcal Convene } by the management
    lion. Exposition|, and l the F. It. A \. Hail road nfieinaneI's :,

    E. HARRIS have agreed to sell from '
    ... Editor. JAcKeoNIIJ.BFebruary 27, 1839. Company points
    To the Rddnr of the, Tttnci-t'nion and dates given at rates, quoted for the

    "OIs'ning) Hays! See rate Xo. '29i1.!> )
    For the information of the members\ Sot Lake Weir Fla
    and all others. whom it may concern, ,,
    Sell from all |Points March 4th, oth, and
    please allow me space in jour columns btli, limited March 7th. :

    to say that, by order of the President, ALACHfA COC'NTY DAY.Sell Speoial Sale Sixteen miles south of tho Ocala wholeof 1 ; on

    and Executive: committee, I am Instructed high blutf overlooking
    from points! in t'01111tyIarch: 7th, "
    ..;l: .. to call the next annual meeting of limit tickets to :March 8th.LAKECUtr.NTY Beautiful Lake Weir.

    -.., the Florida !Stale' 1'harmaceutical Association !! mY.Sell (

    \.: :v.'.i &CO...-r :.'nIhII...If '- to convene in Ocala, on the sixteenth from |>oints in county" March: 8th, --()lDRESS !'-- HCKS MEETS ALL TRAINS .

    ..'1t. :iJ. day of Apn''!, l iMS9.: Each member I limit tickets to March !Hh.

    1:"! will be olhmlly notified, by circular I'fTNAM 1 AND HII.L8I1OUO COUNTIES II.IY. I Fine Boating, Sailing Gunningand ,

    A' _-: _n _h _.__ =-= letter concerning all details, arrange- Sell from points in counties' March loth: I FNhing. .

    Unequal Laws n f Florida. incuts! etc. the local! committee limit ticket! to March 14th.IOUC t"
    as soon as GOODS Terms $2:50: per day. Reasonable
    To the' Editor of the Manner : sisal ha\'e consummated the !Name.Dr. lOt'NTY DAY.Sell

    r ..As the time'I ill ) I lldward I lelouest, Ocala, has! been from points in county. :March 15th Rates by Week or Month.
    near at haul for the limits tickets! to March ICth.8UMTER .
    appointed' local and chairmanof Address'
    legislature i secretary
    meet, I will request a list of COl'STIJA Y.
    the Committee and -- Cnjtt. IP. Jl. lay lor
    Arrangements\ ,
    changes that others. a* well an I deem Sell from |Paints in county, March 19th, ,

    necessary to the future welfare of our allY subventions rcla'ive to local matters limit tickets- to March :IWth.ST. -------- Manager. I

    State. which any of the I1lt'IIIIJI'rs011ltt like to Al'<.n TtSE AND PASCO! COUNTY 1MY. Ladles' Fine Ilroadclotli, Kates}.!.jo a I.tltC'r m' day.

    It has been said, and I !sometimes he. make 1\)10111,11.t') addressed. to him. Sell from points in counties, :March\ :Itoth. Opon All Year. l) t

    llcve It that all The }president has also appointed, Mr. limit to :March 21st. ;
    governments' are but
    necessary evils It U. Homethlnx man J. H. Frazier, of Ot-ala, chairman of the COLfMllI COUNTY AND STATE AGRICULTURALDtY. 50 and 45 Inches wide, S.R. BIRiTY&co. U

    cannot live without, yet It committee on tran!'|>ortation, and any ,
    while It oppresses courtesies show him by the railroads, Sell from all Pints in county, :March 80c.f 90c. and $1. j
    pretends to protect him. In ,
    2.M? limit tickets to March 23d. --0- '
    looking the in providing specially! low rates for the
    over many evils that enter .
    Into Jaws members, and such| of their friends as LEON ANO LEE COUNTIES DIY.Sell Wholesale & Retail
    our tend to destroy every the from all points, Marc h 27th and 28th, Worth from 81.7;* to 82.25 'J
    desire to attend convention, will be
    feature of equity and justice! there is limi'' tickets to March 20th.
    r -'--DEALERS IX--
    none more ahminl l and unjust t. than that duly appreciated, by our fraternity.It .

    pertaining to the school system of Flori is urgently requested" that everyniemlMT Orange lilo"ftnniM for Mrs. hardly

    '1 da. It is the most ohjectionahlw ; first, who is delinquent in his: dues son ALL WOOL HanlvaroGrocCl1ies l [ \I '

    because it gives to town and thickly will promptly remit same, either to II. : :Mr. George Wallace has sent to his! y

    ficttle I communities t advantage over "'. It ,'11 ralpr, t treasurer, at Tallahassee! I friend Mr. U. G. Daniels, an exqtiisitively COLORED HENRIETTA and

    sparsely} nettled places, without demanding or to the undersigned, Jacksonville. i I fragrant box of orange bloosoma from -0- man

    extra tribute for (those fnvorA.I All eligible druggists in the State, his grove( on Orange avenue, near this In inclu'H wide OCALA, i i : ': FI.onrli'A 3m : ,;

    cannot we why a teacher} should he held whether rrnplo\ers or cleiks, ate ('1)1- I city. Mr. Daniel) is a lUs.NKR subscriber 3ldvlty.. ..... I :

    responsible he dimim- dially invited to' join the .Association and of courhO i is dead 1 in love with
    e compelled( to :

    ' tinge, t", 'laln.c when the average falls and to send, in their applications farutennberstmi1 Florida. He holds a position in the ordinance 55c. Palace UI'II' > Store !

    below ten, thereby) uiviiitf to any selfish at once. department at Washington, and

    or mean nei) hltor, the povvvr to rule The first business!! transacted l after the ".itlpre'HI'nt these fragrant blossoms to ,

    things to all others detriment. If, HI itt convention meets, is! the election of new :Mrs. Harrison on inauguration day. I

    members, therefore all who the Worlh Sl.OO. --0--- l.
    is said, this is a country of the people ; enter Cltra- --Clipping- --

    for the people and by the eople, wlayshoul.l Association at this meeting will enjoyall l.
    :Mr. II. II. Brown has of red
    the of the a cage
    privileges current
    proceedings --
    w e a* soverelgtiAuhniit to the l : birI, Mr. H. could do no better than to i WHOLESALE
    poverment of the favored t fi>*, or languish exactly! as if they were old metiihers. send them. to the Semi-Tropic d I Fxlasi-| I

    under the iron he.1 of iiiouoN| >|y. If they will attend the Ocala con( tioil. I ---- :> -

    ... How much longer the American people vention. :S.I'. \.' \'NIIS, I"IOC'Y. Our pleasant:. and energetic Dr. Ellis, is Special Inducements in +
    pe'ting i out a peach' and pear chard.! Retai I
    ---- J0 !
    will\ submit to cuch injustice, in to me a Toil J.1oItIUTICIIIItS.] : 1"'l'mll'II"11I oj' whooping: cough is re- Drugs

    ?; problematical I In Il cturlllj!' the |H>tted in this neighborhood.,
    future, giving all thw. that ---- A party/ composed of :Messrs.! "'111. Our Clothing and -
    scope| my i A
    Low Rates of Funs From all i'alatsto .
    Porter, II. 11. Brown, James: U. White, !
    conci-i\e of --ALL
    imagination can a marvelous KINDS OF-
    the Dcriiiilttk Institute.7o Mrs.I T. E. (jln\r; :Miasma! Parker, Alexander
    progress, that is yet to "surpass our present Wartman and, others. contemplate
    the Editor Are Haunt'
    ago: of enlixhteiied civilization. I of : taking in Temple-tons, the Lx|>psi- Shoe OILS, STATIONARY: TOILET
    TAILAHAS.SKK:, FI.A., Feb.I"!, IMM1t.11'ihlyou \ Department
    cannot tion and other things, Friday evening.Mr. .
    ,, help but feel that we too, likeFrance .ASIFANCY }-.. .
    please let me tell the t teachers of the Jas IL.1'hite is the happy! pose' -. _..-...
    .l of old, must past! on to revolution,
    State through jour universally read. journal essorofan elegant new cornet. With
    ere the people of America, realize their ARTICLES
    that the following railroads! have this! lovely addition to our already numerous
    frcollom, ftO often preached by oliticians( musical!! equipments we may reasonably ..
    and guaranteed by the constitution. In agreed to carry all teachers, county expect mute of no mean value I In Complete Stock I
    ; crintendrnts and C.J llliciiiaiicr &1 Ik 1
    looking over the histories of nations I mi|> graduating classes! before a great while. (
    > A will drive from this to --owe -
    of the }higliHchooLs to J Do Fun ink to attend party' place
    have failed to see where a |ople hyjK !Silver' Friday and will down
    Springs go
    the State Teachers' I Institute! StateTeachers' handle none but the !finest bradsof
    >aoeable methods have succeeded the Ocklawaha river to where c\nr\
    over a point [J2U) Headquarter for Wall Paper sad
    cmnltm seeds
    t Association! and Contention of
    in regaining lost rights, or have ever they. propane| having a basket dinner.
    County !Superintendents\ for one cent a This promises to be be. pleasant trip. WltlUIIT FRAZEIl,
    conditions of
    ameliorated the (the
    op. mile each way, viz : The F. U. ,t N., the Miss I Mamie Itidiop returned last\ PCBLIC 8 rt'AAl\ll'oor) I do not }pretend to pay Saturday from San Mateo, where she .. Fm.aMlllineryv1i11illery :
    P. A \., and the L. it. N., and I am exlading 3Jam3
    ,,.1 that revolution exalts the human race, p :Mr. Mason, of the J. T. il K. W., has A hl'l'lI'ilitin number of Citru fiiends.! :::::::::::::::!"B"i 5 i 1 I-::: ::::::::
    people are visitingor
    but I do say, they are preferable to eternal i
    to grant me the name rates, and, that in attending!: to business at Wildwood.l .... ...
    oppression.Man} a few days I will 1 issue a circular. letter, Among them are :Mrs. K. A. White and lOur !
    in this age I is too often swayed by giving the details of instruction.! daughter: Miss! Carrie.Uev. SHAKESPEAREHAS I

    moneyed Influence, anti are often compelled The session of the Institute begins Dr. BltktI I pastor of the :M. E. ...........................'''H'H'.................................... ,..., ........... .................. ......... )
    1 to neglect every right and interest on chinch here, visit t 0"1411tllit week : Milliner Is at home .

    ; of the }jtoople. three:Monday\ March llth in the and afternoon continues home:Mr.\ now.Mr. II. T.'. Wartmalltax'olleoclor is at .......=. ..TUULY. ...SAID. =....... : .. ......:..::::..:::.....::.:::.........:.::..,:::::.again:::..::::..:....., .. .
    days, cloning of
    Among the many niijuM. laws, may be :\ Thos. II.11'hite and family, who "Thro is a Tide in the affairs of men which, \ JUST FROM TIIK; NORTH '
    the 13th. In order to he in tiluh'achel'M : taken at lu ebb, kails ou to fortune." ,
    clawed the one in regard to merchants' have been Mailing :Mr. J. A. Harris, of .... ............... : ......
    license, which l'OlUl'l'llI merchant doing and others! must leave their homes on this place, are now in :-\Augustine.. : ANtNO\V'i \\ IS YOURi'lANCE; ( ::, With a Full and Complete SUx k of :
    Saturday, the Oth, and will teach Do- The cheerful of :Mr. J. : ciRASl'll "T ONCE:. ;
    tr a $1,000() business to pay as much as one Funiak in the early evening ; they will Packer, is seen on our streets frequently I Ino .;. ...........ASDTIIK. ..hOIUTXK: .... ,. .:..IS. ..YOCRS.LISTEN. ....... FINE: IIttNI{ '[ir;: ; .
    ( business '
    doing a flOOIOO per annum .1f'li : \\'. ... .. I ... .
    thus be
    k Now I contend it is right for a merchant spend a htrl1lahhath,8nd We !learn that :Mrs. Sarah Harris I in I. .. ........................... ....'.........,.................."......... ... : o----Erery thl gFlnlClaeap'ooG00DS :: "........
    ready for work on Monday morning. not well. ........ :: : : !! : .: t,: ;
    doing a 1,000( business that one '
    :.'. County Superintendents will furnish :Mr. 11. B. :-\Il'vl'nmanaol'r! ) of the GUAIUNTI''EDHood&ash1; : :

    r doing a larger should pay }prolartionatelymore. j such teachers are coming with a t't'r.I lUsliop. Ilojt, & CO.'II orange grove, has ......... .. .. ....... .. o
    just\ returned from a business trip to ... .. ,.
    I titi'Htc that they are teachers in the I =
    ; And again, another farce is the 11. K.Coiuission Panasotlke. :. ......... .........................:. "....:............................. = :
    ,- which was. paced i probably county of which they are superintendents :Mr. Ernest, of Maynard, :Mass.\1 has i MR FOX IJtST STARTED FOR THE q .. ..
    and they will present their own visited Ocala, HomoHacNa! and other NORTHERN MARKETS AND WILL i leffonr. '

    in the |eople's Interest but like many commission as evidence of their olllrialc.iuicitv. place in (company with friends, and returns t ....... ..?BUY, ...A. :"WHArnsanm. .! .:... ............ Old Stand Public Square'Oc.1a, .Fk:
    foolish laws, injure those that it claims much pleased. He leaves soon
    r'\ protect. I have been informed by a | for New Orleans to witness the Mardi j =STOCK OF GOODS= :: '

    II: ;;. was reliable In force mill, that man Feriiandina he that could before ship for this a Ilwf carload of\Ve great year are good;hoping these to the gatherings for teacherof a large have attendancethis the State been, carnival.Literary -and-Musical-Untcrtnln IDEM. ::: : :::::::.:.:.::::AM>:"wc. :.MrirTHAVCIvOOMTOPUTTHEM. :! ::.::::::::: :::.:::::: :I .i...H.H.:SB: _..............,REDucfiBOF........ ............................t....:::.:.:...1 l .. r

    of lumlx-r to $3.50
    the very attrition of thought and experience incut.Monday j i ij '--.................. ..
    f but since that time has been compelledto :\ 3"d Snow.llt'n'
    evening, March at -
    a* expic ued and related tends to j A CHANCE TO 8UOW THEM, i' .
    pay $10.50, Mch U plain to 1 be seen, Hail, half of the proceeds for benefit ii'.m,

    makes It against the JHM-'H| | inlorrHt. improve' teachers and inspire each brought; besides this of.Grace Mr. John Kpiscopal{Kichard church Meatier Sundeysthool. :: 'I'1 IMETOaELLTIIEH, i i iomMOSE"TOPA"roR'.nEM. ...............................,......,.......
    our own are into contact arising
    1\ And that 18 not all, it Is I an indisputablefact with eminent teachers from :State young journalist, i set and dialect : S................................................... .................. i 1 MEANS:: _.
    that this season the F. 11. fc N. Company reader will 01 his inimitable )S.'iT.--
    give some .... ..
    older and wiser (tithe work of the ; lie
    increased the freight 14 cents per public' readings, assisted by the l best local 1 musical (>o'i If J you; nit,anjtiiiniin the wtcifPKEbS { .1 _.11 ...! AND BELOW COST.
    ..... .. ... ..
    crate heavy on loss oranges to shippers, thereby, which entailing the commission a school than teacher we are is, and enabled the earnest to !gather, attentive Come talent.prepared It will to enjov prove it. a rare Admission treat. ::.....::. :.::..'...::::..-o-::..: : :, :::..::::::::::::::.1: :::::::::: 1 1i _......; :: :::::::::: :::::::::::::=_' ...-

    did not even try to prevent j I Ito many precious experiences, and returnto 1 :??!C'. Feb'-:!\t'I.M.tSTER's i CiOODeJ.: BLANKETS:HATS.. ; !I -1-I
    ; I commission cay that it i I.is one composed of two of things who that the school room better equipped than SAL.E.ITNDKU ; ...".......................:.............: ...I.:...... :.....: ....... .. .. ,. .. ,. .i !i O--.e I
    the men I _........................ j
    w ever before ............ .........
    the to they
    had not power .prevent, or : \\unv \'lIrrnOFISAL DE- ..... .
    & lacked the detdre. These instituted and conventions are etee of fonfU''uru rvu Jertnl by the lion. J, i ij .
    J.U. .... .. ._ .. .. .. ... .1'iTfrfE'X. '
    another that KiuU'jr. JuJiN of the Circuit Court. In and for r-- t:
    And again, aw apl'l'lLuver1ln not called because. of any him or Mirtoii c'ouuu' la on lbs Wb' Jar of February, ::=--....-......-_.. _._. .
    tUclent. U the one in regard to caprice of the State Superintendent" but IXttf, W hlTflU I, J J'fHlllltsi tilHfUl' Muter (itcrrtAin j i i -.........-...-. ..,,,, #
    tke kUling of stock by the railroads. a r u* therein l'endtnabetwwullENRYM. :
    After reading that law carefully, it appeart ureter the law. 1I0L.1tal.. 1. aJaUnUtrkion! of the estate of -OR AN YTH1NU i'S- 1'HmiAT--1 j ,
    111OMA-J HVSIU'K: dwv'awd cornpUln-
    to me that a suit to recover iUma- I am happy to state lib Excellency: ants. n.UJKoiu.E 1v. LYONS, ft 'at'! M d feaJHUH. : .. -.os"yERYLOW !-n.._
    gas for stock, killed or injured, would, invariably Governor F. 1*. Fleimuing, will be present 1 W Ill Otfrr" 11'ulotk1" OH j : PRICES::::-. :.- '-I. f fI
    In the of the MO.\ '.. )'. .mi'vi: iT.l**. .... : :. ,
    result victory
    and address the teachers at the In front of the court houivdooi' *t kale, Florida. i --"T'.7.--- i
    railroads ami defeat to the already injured w Ubiu for ttwal I hour. and *vki\ U lie hUhout bUJer 1 :I i :
    citizen and 1 at the same time entail opening of the institute.I fur crib. the following deoertU real proper: : i Fiiii: -
    heavy ooat, to those who are the take the liberty of asking this space 11be ttoteJ lu l*non Cuuuty. t1)1'i..tAI to Mil. ; ......- COMEAkoysMMLL..YOU.....'.....-...... I L.M.M ';
    tart hAlf of the outbeM n ... I
    ? least able to stand 1lt. because the BANSKR has always been hire, and uortbwvui quarter of norlhoiut quarter i BENJAMIN? i"1 & 1 FOX -.-.... ._.......,...._ t.
    ... .................... .................... ... .... ,
    And in conclusion, the the representatives of the warm friend and adwcate of the tts'tlou tIJnt.tbn'Ct*l'(ht raaleontalutng all In towu.hip one tlOe a buu MMUU. will work for purification : .
    that .. twenty asrea more <>r I MfOKREsT .f OCALA.
    A. J. RV :
    school I I1
    these laws, will have no cause J to regret.... of Public Instruction Hart U ROBR Mauler. .'---UF.! i :!--- -- L ..:..._. ._ .. ......:.... : : FLORIDA! \ : J
    the past, or dread the future. VIC1\ State Sup't bpecUl i iv. ""....,,...., .. ... :.


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    This Exposition, incorporated under the! laws of the State 01! Florida, opened nt- r

    GALAillARlON, HOT F FLORIDA JANUAR.Y 29t/l/ '1889. r rJ

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    CLOSE MAY FIRST 4889. I+

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    'This'will be an Exposition of Pomological, Horticultural and Agricultural products l crif; Florida) and her soils timbers, woods, minerals and live htock, and) in ..I.lihol1l\rticl.,. f:
    and',products of j nVr.il interest: from all :States: and countries.. :;Entry is open to tho world for the display of its product No charge for entries nor t space for the products or .',;
    IOf Florilla."Cnitell .
    m. States: Experimental Station for improvement and dexelopment) of products indigenous to this section has t been located contiguous: to our exposition' ground .
    .. I I" We invite: exhibits of all description;, particularly those: pertaining to the arts methanic tlItl:.1gricultnro, guaranteeing uniform courtesy: to exhibitors.\ ;$. '.

    t.i CASH PREMIUM_LIST, $3,500. 1,

    RGf W. WILSON', President: WM. FOX. First Yiee-1'resident. o DR. II. KNIGIIT, 8t>('on41 Vlce-PriMident, i
    a W. CAMPBELL:\ SIt, General Manager.: G. S. )1.\YO. Treasurer. J. O. OLAUKIi, Secretary. t 1t 1

    :inB Filst tlationaI Bank Irfl'! / National BanOF /{ A AIiII II I onlillOly-THE-) ) Umg 1 ..Y.3 a

    -OF UCALA,- I .
    Ocala, l.urhla.) -- -
    .. OpA14TNO. -ANISEED )- i
    3.815.-- 1
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    SUCCESSORS: TO THE I: HANK OF 00.14.CAIITAJJ .\. No Second Place ,; '

    Paid Up Capital, i.. "3 = Authorized Capital, STOCK S.')().o00/00) --IV-

    $50,000. SI50,000.I I SUhPI..US. ;iiIi(1,00O1'I"ICIIIN ( IPLBTB\HSS' 01'' STOCK

    ., s h \V II.(:OClal1'rer Quality of Goods) and Low PricoB.UOODS 10
    J5.VT.AiEII',1're: .. .. .
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    I JNO. F Dcsx l'rnwt11., -
    I};. P. DJHMCKEH, 1"irf.l'rtt'Il.. .
    'OUUI'U: 1
    H. H. MtCosNEtt, Cashier
    -Cl..oute.1 )-
    A. IvIcINTYRE CASrDER.: : Being now tttaUltled in wr\nno\ and tlryant Hank: luildiny'vf art j>rrj>nrtd to ywir- -( best door< to t'JRt) t.v aUonal{l lUnk.)
    anal witiifartion to all. m IIMHARDWARE ..
    SURPLUS $7,000.00One Central Banking luriwu trall.lluctfJ.'ulumgt bought and,ot.}.

    -A CO IPJ.I''n i; ; LITul :- ['
    best M banking houses in the State owned by the : L'TOHS.-
    of the finest! and \ equip|> .
    bank. 1V'e have glacial facilities! for making; Collections on all accessible joints. '- ,
    and favor to our customers consistent with safe
    extend) courtesy
    We will every and careful attention to all business entrustwl 1 to us JNO. F. DUNN) 1P.: DIKMIIKI1SJ.A. : : '
    shall give prompt)
    oankinland: CHAS.HIIKINAUER: : .
    : :\?! }:
    ACCOUNT and all business In our IIne1 andguarantee
    BANK ,
    urt .t your satisfaction. JlAHVI-V! : KNIGHT, WM. ANIiHSON) : ,
    entire J. .I'ERINE. L. :1. TIIAYEIt.: 1
    R:. H. McCONNELt..

    .,i Importers & oath n CORRESPONDENTS National Bank I New York, ;'. Y.; r SasIIJOO/'SJmll( ) ) /' ( s sAT : aa '

    Bank of Georgia Savannah.
    Correspondents in all important citie injthe West. "
    loT Special ,
    ',{ dec9 'ya'ioool'arl: Hank of New York M National Hank of ..SavannaGeorpus.. A. E.
    D"'l0-8' Lnuinillt Baking Company, Is/uimUt, Ky DELOUST.

    (( THE MONTEZUMA ImSl-M 4.t }

    -THENewsBepoi- -IK YOU WANT (;OOIrt IN THE-U
    : C. F. BREWER & CO! uY

    :;.' :laln Street, Ocala, l la. Ocala D !
    -Drug Line- HEADQUARTERS

    . ....... ...........a...... .....,...... ..........a..tt.-a........N...........N111N -0lARGEST--- -0- 1
    The Hotel ofa. the City.:::::: -FOR. -I t
    . \+ .:.=._. ....................... ........................................................................... STOCK ,! THE PLACE TO. FIND THEM: PIANOS I l'ANI '

    .i';, ....................ST-CLASS..... .........,........t........................ .................-............. ..._.- -AND-- -H AT- >- k ,
    ; 1// an!I'r l.J bll/u. Cnn'nrlvw untpk rooM Cortea Lowest Prices I Iof DR. DELOUEST t
    r)'* r ,1
    i' in every ( .
    ,. -"ell Truk M/J.M/ and sea jt,,,,.J"rt.
    9i MoJ''i' i
    \ ","C lJ! 7 rClfel.tr toy eton to 8oatb ra rlortda. (WR4T 8'DE 8qvABt):" Musical Instruments :'
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    ,Raw GSM...1W Ae.(L2r'.J) J.p, I,lilt. !PM wi 1{ IIG 110M I OCALA FLA ;

    IS: .

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    PeAnnnm Subscription. "Rat.s.. li'not a polite; expression" ; but It Is plsinu'k! \ '
    1 Biz Months, It 00. C. for those who blow about prices which un.1
    Three!! Month. 2 A. begin to ampere, with the prices we are nu.Ing ,
    a 1 2.\ .
    JUt come and get our figures and you
    DAUGHTERS OF EVE. : 0. OPEN.........,.......................... ........._,..... ,- I

    Mra. Margaret J Mitchell, of Cleveland
    bas Jort celebrated her 100th birthday

    e lira Ollphant., the oorelUt, who I..* now tsO! I YOUR i f
    jean old. U a Threat( favorite. of (,lUt't'D'I
    r toria

    Ella Wheeler Wllcox. DOW itatcnbtwi as a EYESThat's
    email woman with a mouth like Anna Dick. ,,1 :

    'p Uuon'a r '..........N......................._
    Miss Chamberlain the American beauty. r : 'what we want: ; wide awake examint: *V!
    b till tbe center of an admiring circle In i p tlcn of our pood. They'll bear inspection of ;
    England :i eye.spectacle game used! to be "open your! mouth and shut i
    "' Mile. Popolia, who paned the law examlna i your eyes and see what 111 send you." WE i:
    ion of the University of Brussels and received nay keep your eyes open and :
    : her diploma waa denied admission to
    '" tbe bar SEE..vlH'i\T..ROWELL\ t

    a :Mlu Davenport, an Irish lady Is the governesa :
    of the king of Spain. She geta f300 r
    a year salary and will have a life pension 'LL SELL YOU I IAl
    when her wit la done of I2.SOO.

    Victoria Woodhull .U said to have taken up ........................... I
    tin abode at Par., where the baa bought a i a price that takes away the breath. Than i: tour
    ... kou o for 8,000,000 francs In which she hope : game and we are playing It for all it II;
    to found an institution for tbe tree education i worth (!food that bear frxaminatien:prir!, 'tI.I >.
    that bear comparison ; bargains that can't t be.
    of *"umciLMra. i equalled anyw here,at :.
    Reagan is her hiuband's private seo D I ..._...........w.............|......_....._................., .
    retary, and by virtue of that fact is entitledon ROWELL
    all occasions to tbe privilege of the flour
    '1 of the .henate a circumstance enjoyed by no
    other woman. a -- -

    The granddaughter; of Abraham Lincoln, ..).,.,,
    4 who will make r
    her entrance Into society this
    r winter, baa a bright, girlish face In which OO

    ... there Len great is no ancestor.trace. of tbe rugged feature of Tko O a1a OoManlJf

    Jane Hading almost had nervous prostration .
    r In Kansas City She was accosted by .COJlPOll ...
    one of the citizens who spoke very good z ]
    French. With Parisian politeness be invited .
    her to buy a corner lot -)0-) ( t

    ; ,,4 Queen Victoria, It is now authoritatively \1
    "1e stated baa really effected retrenchment in CAPITAL STOCK $500,000,00'
    her household involving a saving of 1150,000 ,
    a year, of which 111 said, tbe Prince oft
    p Wale la to have the benefit
    Kate mUIS COMPANY U now prepared to sell Stork '
    Douglas Wiggins, the writer of cbildim's /
    .i.or lots 40xlon: feet from f.lo upwards, and lo
    storiea, avows that ber highest conception cated at the "'lest End" Ocala Parties pur- ;
    h of fame is to write bonk that she shall chaslnB One Share of Stock of One Hundred r
    f Me tucked under a child's arm, and which Dollars iDea be given ten eonHffwnu lott tOtOO Jed //J.,
    r', Iqoka to have been read three or four times.. For further particulars call upon or addma I

    Princess Maria Theresa, of Davaria, is accompanied Geo. S. Mayo, Gen'Z JIang., viiWEIHE'
    ,, in all her travels by a chamber* V.0. Imd-wlSfeb No. 1 Marion Block, OCALA FLA. \ h
    s.1 lain whose duty It Is to look after ber pet
    acimals, of which there are fourteen Including .
    several dogs two niagpiee, an enormous :
    ,'t r; rat and a diminutive U
    Philadelphia bas a I tree training school fur ;
    h colored teaebera,and at its head li Miss Fanny -LEADsINTIIE--
    J. Coffin, one of the mart notable colored women ..
    ... .
    & In the country She l Ilf a graduate of I
    tbe Uhode island State Normal school and 1 1Obttrltn '

    college, and Una taught since 18G5. Watch Clock Jewelry\

    The pope's Jubilee gift to the empress of ,
    Austria was tbe only one which her majesty
    would accept. It was a large, splendid' mo-
    w' isle representing the Virgin and Child mr LINE!
    K' roundel by flowers' The mosaic .it five rod
    la height and It has taken several years to
    I" '" complete it It bas coot upward of 10,000 -0-

    S The Princess Walos. boudoir in ber London ..... .... .... -- .- ..... '

    F' house i* an octagon room, furnished In alight A TOWN .Lor.T, t! A =TOWN LOT Repairing a Specialty. I(, : :
    and dUcat.,1tyllA.I Tbe walLll1l'e plain ,
    e except hero and there where planter casts p'm LOOK FORE -0-
    give them artiatld soverity They are bung j I II +

    .. with band painted Bilk panels The doors I $25.00. I $25.00. i LOCATED ON WEST SIDE or SQUAUamaMS)- 1: ''.

    are of satin wool and mahogany and cameo .._.....N......................................... .. .. ........_.......... _._.___......... ,i I I
    e' J>aDLA.Mila.. .-- ---- :..

    + s Daman is the president. of an association ..... LAND

    I of the l'roteatlUladh"ll women's, prlxon who of 8t visit Lazare ijktematlcally in- ::= TlllS:! : :::OFFKfl l :!.:..(IS: ::: .:OPEN! : ::: : l Ota THIRTY UYS! TNLY. in
    i Paula Home idea of Mile. [)UUIIW' devotionIn :
    ".> this good work may U gathered from tho #/t
    '.. circumstance that when she was 8J years of THE BEACON & ADAMS ...._.

    ";. age (she Is now UI) site learned Spanish, that The first in the} 1 field New Semi-Tropical addition to the City of Ocala I Anderson's new addition ABSTRACT COMPANY. i? .1. .rI
    she might speak word of comfort to a
    :' who did not understand French. adjoins the Sfini-Trofueal Expo| ition grounds. Three hundred lots now offered at $:'5 each, for thirty days ',.ti1.

    The young women wbo attend the new only. 'rho property is elevated! and overlooks the city. South street is now being graded to the property. IS JUE PLACE 70 GET ) 'fi.''
    college in Baltimore ought to Income robust Tho proposed "dummy line," when completedvill add 100 per cent to the value of every lot. Lots can be THE FAC1& 1\\ ,

    1 and well develop for the facilities offend paid for on tho installment plan, desired\ No oommi!'\sionb, no agents ; buy direct from owner. The editorof 1 1OnrC'E -
    for physical training are said to superior tho IJvNNKKill select lots) for nonresidents. "Get in on tho ground lloor." Plat can be seen at office of

    to In those the world..offered The by any gymnasium other woman's Is a college thrwoftory II. TJ. Anderson, or address. L Anderson Lock Box 125, Ocala Fla. : OCALA Hor zSJa3m

    : .. covering 4,001) feet. -- --- --- '
    structure square ---- _m_
    r": It has a large Imming pool, bow ling alley, E.
    , walking track, loath rooms and rousulerabU W. W. CONDON'S THE OCALA HOUSE.The B. RICHARD ..
    i.s tar" apparatus dedfotxl *jc tally for women. -THE- "

    RING GOSSIP.A New Jewelry\ ) Store t Finest Livory in the City \-*j\

    baa onil after coil of -
    serpent' ring gold
    with a diamond< bead and gleaming emerald Shines replete with everything in of the MALES
    t yea, his line. Call and examinefor LeadingHotel City STABLE

    Bolitalres have lately been the rage and youm l'1f. ---.- 1T.S1.88: (
    k cjaderaftUelle turned op bee aristocratic none Strings for :Muslcal Instruments a GEORGE IcK.Y -
    t. unless stirs could have one of that kind Specialty.All -A. D-- ,
    I .
    ' e r First of all In beauty and oust comes the Work on repair of c.' IICkl .a<11 J W atcbosOuaraiiteed. ARCHITECT AND BUILDKR
    v; :. ruby; this U the most expensive of all the UNSURPASSED IN APPOINTMENTS TO ANY IN TIlE STATE! ,
    eS fetus, not even exoeptlng the diamond, and Rhelnauor's Old Stand. DESIOXS AND ESTIMATES> r
    - r It ,,11 one of the mott beautiful of aU the decn: o3m -rurnUhed (
    011, Application\ _
    to BUS. I
    ;s A quaint ring that looked" as though it -

    rj' might have with been an heirloom, u a squareduster DRS. G. H. & J. C. PERI N E, Repainted Inside and OutI! Qmc&-RElIDIfCII : orange fond Stxah*, "I
    a large emerald set with diamond .
    DCALA .
    'j>arks at each corner adding. to the Resident Dontlsts. 5 FLoRI 1
    square effect MERCHANTS' NHIOLtHNK BOILDIVQ W-A."l:::0 1"' :M
    The emerald I I. coming Into favor again, OCALA, rtoRiru. ,
    and its deep velvety green u seen a*the large All branches of .lentUrr" Teeth fllleil and feXOWDEX A
    center tone lu a cluster ring, or set like the pmvrred.' Hno.crowned with porcelain or told REFITTED THOROUGHLY WITH ELEGANT IIURE McFARLANE,
    I teelli. Artificial M4 tram on.troth to a tunlt't.
    !ruby above mentioned, with a guarding I strictly .....d aM JeutKry at moderate price -OIAUu D_
    of diamond on either aid*
    fen to the ruby conies the sapphire( that -I FURNITURE
    deep azure bliv stone, so brilliant by day but -0-
    so dull at night., as though It had gone to Pair. Nay
    .4 tleep with the going down of the suet; .yet One fine Devonshire. also one new BEAUTIFUL LAWNS AND CROQUET GROUNDS bml SToc lnPmcTIO'C OP THill ;Coyrtara
    t there .la no stcoe with which the diamond double wirrey.' Latest st>.le. One new UD Low PlJca.
    _ (how* to better advantage; than with. the lon aide bar buggy one new )Horace tot r1.99

    sapphire Johnaon spindle anJ one new two wheel l I l-r nnHOSP.OARTX. D .
    Everybody knows the marquis, the long road cart also one pair well matched l. .1 1
    ; pointed oral thai reaches from knuckle t.obJQetJ.t. medium sized\ young mules and several -
    made from clusters. of sparkling good driving and work horses, also several FoCuvs TO : : t : L. M. THAYER, MAHAOE .r r.YI1Qu Axe 1t'8GIOJI.

    rani. Sometimes the canter stone U a sapTtbira. ) excellent saddle ponies for sale at FLORIDA.APPLT Rooau, .ArDw.c, ,
    .aDd the tmaH diamonds are clustered very low rioee forc an. E. RooftdfbltW OCALA f ::4Ir'Q yard :Block: OCALA.
    ' about ii; aoanttmM. tt .U ruby" acaia U U a Urery A Sale d.Jansor experMaa atoi de.
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