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 5, 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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itBUDGET OF HOME NEWS School Matters.The The KeyVest Fire Company I I. CITY & COUNTYDIRECTORY.
i MILITARY DAT.D County Board held its usual
1 ''r; C. U BITTING ER.City Editor. monthly session yesterday with all the The Ocala Fire Company under the I .
member in intendance. lead of Resets lounge, the. indefatigableand
I: \( ; Go to Sanders' ant )0.. cigars for f1.j Superintendent Russell, notifying the Fire Company, a reception in Atniew's Major-l>r 1 h
.... -- A DIG TIME 'I IN OCALA. County Board that their apportionmentof Hall / afternoon Mayor Gary t'lerk-a M.n bal-A.('. )1I111.K.: lull.>('k. *
.. "Y" don't you call on "Y" the jeweler the Slate school funds amounted to made them a rattling pood 1I1\\\'h of l'ollt't'lor-F. i'. UstW u. .
.' r dSfebtdMrs. '2,400and odd dollars. The Board requested welcome, which was the Aw**>r-1). K.: :MrlTer.'

I. Thornton and baby of Orange GRAND M1LL1TAUY BALL TO. the management of the SemiTropical echo. Tn-lUIu..r-R 1'f\'.S.h'lIt of tbunemiIno.R. Mmwilen.\ K. Dunn.
\ c Springs, are.visiting Mr. harder NIGHT IN THE 1.XI'OSI- Exposition at appoint a County Refreshments were then !served' and IttwntorAldcrtnen.i. K. Iman, K. W. Agnew,
School Day on which day all teachers, greatly enjoyed, after which the visitor J. T. lAMOBMrr. John A. Unwell. K. U Roes K.U.
TION BUILDING. Smith' II. \\'. < hnnller, 1. Brown ant w. U. Mu
splendid exhibition of their skill
Barton Bullock is back from the White pupils and trustees of public schools in cave a aha ll.t .
Sulphur Springs Normal School. The Boys in Blue are Marching the county be admitted to the Exposition in making runs, uncouplingand. coupling niUry liii iru. \V. T. King, +'W'rn
so free, and that all railroads in the hoes Ac., which was greatly f"njo'Ollanci COUNTY OFFICERS -
f The crisp air and sparkling sunlight of True, and the Hearts of the Girls county give excursion rates to same i\ar* heartily cheered. County Jinltw Klchahl. MclXmtihr.; i
I. ... ue morning promises a perfect Florida are all in a Flutter-The Gallant ties and their friends.A This noon the Key Westers are mak rouniy I'lork I P. A. Millrr. j nil
r day Firemen, } tc., } tc. ('Orumittfe'as appointed to draft ing a content for the silver cup, offered Sheriff-_: \\lllUmn.. '*, ii.a.
f Everybody will take in the brilliant ----- suitable resolutions on the death of Prof. by the Ocala Fire Company] for the best A Hii4 r--J.II.C.T.MAthvw W'artmaan ntra. ",fI'ollwtnr .

military ball at the As our typos are bound to have a half Leonard. hone team. TrcJim-r 8..IL.l''IM, Ir
tonight Exposition building holiday, this reporter must cut copy The County Treasurer reported some The following\ are the names company, 8up rlntcnitriit;; : of liiblle lrUl'llon1. L. RA 1
and that four thousand dollars of the and members: Lightning Hose No.1. FdTnr. hK'tnltifiton. +S? <
t short simply say Military Day county II iV>uniy l'.onlllll. |lollt'n-Ja. W. Long, W. P. i
% Part of the Nellie Waltera Dramatic in all the radiancy and brilliancy of school funds on hand. II. 1.. lethal, foreman; F. Abrey, ieo. TriMitharn M. II. Rou, F, Y. IVrrtii ,\. P. Wll- i rtrl
Company are stopping at the Florida Florida sunshine and deliciousness o( The County Commissioners at their Abrey, Vinee Archer Chas. Roberts, H.Jennar llmm.
,. Cottage.11' atmosphere is but typical of the bright, session yesterday on a vote of thrto F. Collins Chas. L. Mender, day 1'he In County every month.CommlMlonere meet the Ont Mon

1. C. Holman. of shining dazzling uniforms of Florida's two, decreed that the county should give: Manuel Gara, firemen. school Hoant-K' to;.. ltrrl K T. ttartmann,
interested in Boston and largely Sons of Mars, and the pleaded smiles and a deed of the land on which the (kalaGla.IN Contestants : The Sunny South Tiger M. S.' Mom-r A. K. irimn. I'. L IIUri""' ",. '
the Ocala House.HomosasHa, is tarrying at happy faces of the hopeful manly and school stands to the' trustees!' of Hose Company, U. McDonald, foreman; .h..oll1".f.s mare Ural Monday In ft cry mouth.
handsome young soldiers that Ocala the' school. The way is now clear for Joe' Smith Wm. how, Walker Weather- COUNTY HOARD OK HEALTH.

? All parts of the are well welcomes today with warm hearts and the erection of suitable school building. ford, Cha: furry, F. Albry Sam herd, iTrtMtnt-Jir, T. I'. nltf1)
county _.. H. A. Gardner Geo.; Grillin fire. Test K.: H. KlflmnlNnn.. :
t represented in the cordial words of greeting.We j
city today and a Don't fail attend the Mt'lobl'n-lJr. I It. A, Smith, Anthony, MIMHTS.
auction. tf
I great from all the regret that both the Gainesvilleand run ot 3.'tO yards with 400 feet of hose, to .
many over State. __ M. H. Miwcraiul H. II. Irvlu.
Orlando trains' came in at about the d break three couplings' and connection. I
Miss Jessie Blake daughter of the be same time, so that the former could not The Literary Entertainment. This! morning H teat over sam ground l'reaidenl-J. BOARD.. P. Dunn.OF TRADE.
I ,1 toyed pastor of the Methodist Church at receive the same reception as did the The, Jilt'raranel musical entertain was made in one minute and tlAy-nino Vice ITvM.U-nl-n. A. Weathers.Ncvretary .
Citrt, is visiting Mrs. Leonard Dozier..Mr. Utter, for the Ocala Rifle! commandedby ment given last evening iu SnowdenHall seconds, which wa in just half the time -Win. Fo*, k
Lieut. R. B. McConutll, accompaniedby by :Mr. Mader, the! rising young it took last evening. The result is cuter IhwrJ, Jno.ol ltoYt'fUor.-A.t. Dunn J, 11 I'. Man Llvingiton Jr.,. C.,:Rht'ln.H. JA.Wf .
E. Ii. Ilaycraft, of Fellowship, the superb|> Key West band and the |poet, of Providence. R. I., and I some of awaited with breathless interest albert. \\iu. 1"01.1111 K. W. Mixxly' ,
dropped in yesterday\ to say that the fire> company met the Orlando Guards our home talent was a most pleasingand I "1'he Judges of the contest were: J. F. BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOC1A.
:DINNER had to keep coming and it will. and Lwaburg fifties at the F. R. & N, enjoyable entertainment, and our Arnot Orlando) Wm. Fox, Ocala ; J W.Sawyer TION. ,
de]>ot and were conducted bv them to only regret: was that the hall was not Key \\est. Time kcc1er> with f
Mr. C. Rheinauer's prize, lace dresses! the strains of soul ctimn,; music to the (packed Mr. Mead is stop watch : W. C. Sherman Key WeM. rrvl.l-, 1'"Itnl-Ktl'ut0., It. \Mlmar.Vli : iH-Uiu.'it.. .
for the.handsomest baby have Arrived. Ocala Rifles' new armory in the Gaty poet of great vercatibility, as shown The result a tie, one minute ond 33seconds wr'I"Iafl snit rvmnirrr.Umti Kox. '
See another column for description) of Block the different kinds of productions real and as the cup goes to the Island Iioanlut. Dirvctt.rw-J. T. Uncjuu-r.! iMaodt* ,
.same.. The roster of the Orlando Guards and one whoso budding. genius is certain city honors are l'IUlY. Fifteen phcni, I. Brown and R.\A l., i&lul.llurford.A. E. l"DvlouMl! U. D. 'j JZacharlai t

: Mrs. Richard Dozier of Cedar Key, twenty .strong runs n* follows : to blol! MOm and fruit into the full hundred people visited the contest. The OCALA RIFLES.rit

and probably the handsomest lady in Commander Lieut.. R. S. Allen; 2nd statue of a /genuine Itt''ott'tloCthelu8(1(1): ( paddies performed{ beautifully and they | ln-. A, NMh.Klrot .
Florida is visiting her sister, Mrs. Leon- Lieut. T. S. Coart; hat Si-ri giant, B, H. and to secure National reputation aa an ,,'orketllikl'llrerot'lI. J.leutl'nalll-I 11 MrOomicll.HMOIKI .
ard Dozier. Keehl; 2nd sergeant K Grime; Corporals author of verse by the "I/ivlne afflatus", Mr. P. B. J Duke is acting chief of the Uftitenant. K. VMlllaroi./
Howe, Smith, Saxon, Alien; Privates that l is certain to wing his name to fame Ocda Fire Company in placopf Major Forty Membcrs.l
Young: Brothers, of Silver Springs Bartlette, Duke, HJrt, Hancock Hunter by clothing his poetic fancies in pure Lancaster, whose time is"holly, given to FIRE COMPANY.
L Park made their first shipment of straw llutson, Nail, Pocket, Mubbletield l S. delicate, touchingand incpiringrythmec his children the militia. Cbid-T.Fun-man-I D.Maurice I aucMtrr lUielrmuer.' M

berries on New Year's day Now they Way F. Way Wynne. diction. The high compliment/ .- ----- Viral aMlotant. -U>uuolk.
': are shipping plentifully.The Uniform, light blue pants and dark |>oet by :Mr. Wilmer/ wa> well deserved.The Fresh Arrival. Second sA,.mataul" -,W. U. Martball.NiTilary .
blue coata. playing( of M>. Wilmer on the -J. II, Mallctt..
1 object Major Lancaster bad in inviting Leesburg Rifles: Captain C. P. Low. violin, Mr. Condon on the cornet and. A good friend to Florida has arrivedin Twenty-tivememosn .
1J t the firemen to Ocala was to organize ell ; First Leiutenant \V. (;. Engleman; Miss! Gamsby on the piano, was like all town and is stopping at the Montezuma HOOK AND LADDElf COMPANY

a State Association. Key West, Second Lieutenant, B. R. Milan ; First their musical effort*, of a high order and hotel. Mr. John N. Lake, of Toronto I'reiMent"Abram>k 1'aline.r. ...
Orlando and Palatka are represented. Sargent B. Smith, and fifteen men. skillfully/ and acceptably executed Canada, and president' of the Assistant Kcreman--W |1Mahardaott.ntlllL r
Gainesville Guards, : Cnptain, I. E. Thehingingof, [ Miss :Minnie Gamsby American Watch Call Company) and a Twenty meintMtw ,
President Geo. W. Wilson of the Webster ; First Lieutenant, J no. S. Two- was a rare treat and,l such OII ly as she is prominent Methodist of his own city TULULA LObaR, NO. sa, I. O. O. K.MeeU Rut
r Tropical Governor has been appointed bv the mey; Second Lieutenant Jre Waugh ; capable of executing with taste, judgment and province and identified in many [ every Thesis evening)
Commissioner to the Paris First Sargeaut, B. F. Jordan and twentytwo i and( a thoroughly trained and cultured ways with the interests of the locality in W, II. ('battle. N. (I.
Exposition. Mr. Wilson will leave men. voice. She is truly Ocala's "bird which he liv,,.. Mr. Lake visited Hor- W. M. rtilllliw, itee'retarr.
about the middle of June. I of All ,UUIn brothers cordially lnvll .l.
/ East Florida Seminary Cadets o( song. Ida last winter and wrote several articlesfor /

Crowds of people continue to flock to Gainesville : Captain U. F. BUrrO\llBj i the, Toronto mlll One especiallyon OCALA CHAPTER NO. 13, R. :A. M.
lr:, Condon's auction sale. It is a First Lieutenant, D. :M. Baker ; Second Don't fail to attend the auction. tf "."Florida a winter resort," and another teals: chapter: |: : Nit.i 1 J, K. A.M. Convocation
mystery ;
Lieutenant W. M "Homo." He here flret Monday aigbtlu every month
Davis First ---- as a comes to
Sargent -
how the goods can be sold BO low, a:* ; : II. W. Lotto, If. P
they are guaranteed to be gold or silver G. C. Potter ; Second Sargent Jno. L.. The Act Commends the Giver report the "Semi-Tropical 1 at well as Ocala J. 8. KIUIIB, Hfcretarjr.CHRISTIAN.
II aa represented. i Denton; Firat Corporal R. M. Hudson j: I PisriAII. 0 Feb,16,1889.! and the surrounding ('\ for North
f I Second:: Corporal. \\V. C. Hillyer, antJ.1 To ern palters' and will spent the weekin CHURCH.
/ CommiUfe
Mr. J. B. Enoeks has two tangarine fifty privates.' thr.SrhalllousrNtuldinJ! ofAttton Ocala. The DlM-lplci hold Hunday $.cboo.lId\ wirlalKrrlcci
orange trees on his beautiful and thrifty Both excursion trains from Orlando ( I'lunt Marion ( booty, Fla : -- -- --- j'j'd\ tnonilnn at AKI W'I hall
I>on't fail to attend, the auction. also I i> u ulghi at ri'Rular I hour,
home grove nine year old, from which and Gainesville brought a large numberof KIM Stirs' :-I having knowledge of t tf |>rater meeting every Wednemlay: ntghAll are
:: he gathered and shipped 1 twenty-two visitors who ale taking in the Kxjiosi-: the building/ of the ouch needed house IllVllfd.

.. Y boxes receiving for same $5.60 net a.id I tion. Metropolitan Light Infantryof and having 1 become' interested i in its usefulness Correction About the Military Hall PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.
several crates still remain on the trees. I Jacksonville was in the party, of : I therefore inclonr ten dollars to HIV. W. H. OorwALb. 1'aiior.
t ,: which the following is the router : Caf| aid in completing) the picture Al In sis-akinii Mr. JTTI. Burchell, of Silver Springs:: : lain J. E. McGinnta, First Lieutenant J. though the amount is small it can I Ial he given in light in Ile. KxK| ,Hitlon build.lug ...dllll.11:111:: A. w. ; VNiHlnwuUy VVIIUHK Itnlureat7 1
Park, added his name to the list of BAN B. Morrello First Sargeant A. G. Hart- to a benefit., On receipt of this, we stated' : "Positively. / no admittance ;>>11. Scats for The l>u>>\Uvrortlully millet
KIR subscribers by chalking his line with ridge, Second Sargeant J. E. Parsons I desire it he acknowledged i by the gentlemen without a l liMIt from tilt reception coin EPISCOPAL CHURCH.
a silver dollar. Mr. Burchell also secured Privates Lloyd, Baisett Holmes, Bays committee.' Wishing you sue- in it tee," and tearing this will bo inimindemtood -
a pamphlet of the State Bar As- Jones, L'Em/le, Tbebaut, Payne, Clark, ceta, I remain YOurs truly we desire to say that visitors It lit. C. D. WlUU: Rector.Hervlitt .
sociation's proceeding, aa he desires to Smith:: Partridge Mock Swing Keinan, DAVID Hi'LHR. will be admitted to the huildinir. but a every ttuixUy at lode:: in And 7 t>: .
become a member of the Ocala bar and OToole, Frost kenuedy, Stout Hyde We thankfully acknowledge (tilt! re- pass must be obtained in order. to enter at in.Ii.standard|'. tuW.II.t'hamhrrlatouirrtntetutenl tlniv. h aurrt
State Association. and Carr. reipt of above mentioned and most the hAil room in the weat wing. Nnnmeuu. -- .-
The beautiful colors of the Gainesville ('IIIW.IM are xpeiu-il:' 1 tint. will not -
timely gift to our school bou-.e from this i
Don't fail to attend the auction tf Guards are draped in mourning in far away friend, and commend his' example lartiripah. i ii> (he IIJtIlC" MARION OPERA-HOUSE.,
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Captain Frank A. Teaeiie, the urbaneand1tublicspirited eral memory sargeants Qf their and dead privates Lieutenant, whose,live sev- 'interested for imitation to those) more digredly Tell Your Frlonds.Thaw ., ..........' ..-..-.. -.-.-.-.................... ...----...

from a business citizen trip hasjunj to South' returned went; out.under All the the terrible yellow (evt'rt'p.Jemic. WM. BACIIKIHEK, desiring to sen the/ celebrated 1l..... I'4r.J'JUIII.U'. .. ... ... .. ... ...AN......' ..tilL... a'D.\............xwtaMUs..... .
companies| III) far noticed J. II. BKOHK, .. .
Carolina and of the ,
speaking change of ,
climate, said in twenty-four bourn he present a splendid appearance, and I J. W. 1'k.HMON, actress, Miss Nellie Walters in "Cris ; MARCH: 5TH.TH; ; AND
emerged) from the soft wooing sun shineof march with precision and regularity of Building comrnitte.Don't '. rose snp.orled| by her excellent comilany .. . .. ..7TH.. 1 .y
to-night do
can w> and still attend l .
veterans- -CIUN iE ( _
Florida into a thirteen inch cold and NtrjHTI.Y./
----- ---- Grand Military Hall at theHemiTriplml \ ....
I fail to attend the auction. tf ; ... ..
chilling snow Morm.. Don't fail to attend the auction. tf ---- KsiK: .iflon hu 1It1 hill. The cur : N 11401 lYt1l't 1 f
They Dance Harrison In. twins will aUolntely[ rise at 7.-30, p. In .. h. th. .11j

Don't fall to attend the auctiod. tf A Brick lleklilente. I) i. Mr. W. O. Massey ha sold to South SILVER PrN .n PARK, FLAY Mir. 5. T'be iluMiiK 1.-=./& Actress, suplnrt % by >
Fourteen names were registered yesierday L ltt\tWeu'" lopular r<.unty corn in i- 81 rral to On Oraln OItfln. ; bar own *|*<'Ully u-t cudnnnpauy of > )

at the Ocala U'use by citizens of srbner. F. Manlon IVrrir, a lot in block The dance I ant evening in honor of tug Our by sacntuni the 'was illumined this morn :: ....... M"Irol"m.n. | ... Oomi-dUni...'...........".".. :
the strawberry' town n f Florida Latwtey, 52, I'outh Magnolia IItn'''', on which Mr. President! Harrison" taking his. MI at MIMM-S: Frank beaming and Herdie countenance of WITH f .
which we notice] that eight of the }', will i-nct f r his occupancy the first t Herndon, the GREETED H"TUMULTUOUS
tin' ,' .>ti were accompanied by their brick re.idence that Ocala can oint to. Washington\ DC l WM a j erfect sot re'ss. I 'lair representative' of the ehurg. APPLAUS

," Right. you are citizens, of Law- Mr I'errin'swill| make Ocala his f home Some M rouplej participated in the merry Uninirurctal. who are on a reportorial{ ; .......... .. .. ................!.!... -..?...!...-..!.. 1
tey, to bring jour Letter halves" with when the building U ready for (occupan "go round." The MaMth v Uii to our city to give our visiting mili i NEW: HOS,H ............... .. .. I 1J J I
tary a send uti: No wonder limo Cwnmfr- New: Jlu.eI'Ji. ........ ,
you. They as you are a are.Don't anxious. see the .Exposition cy.such We citizens extend aa Mr.a cordial Perrin.welcome to all were on hand a*> """111. It was an evening etui in *<> |IMII"llar. Watch nut for the i.1 .NKW.... ..MrrC1ALTICMSCREAMS... ...............:..,.,........."..--4'' \
I long to be remembered) by all who next issue, buy. -' OF LAUIIITERtI're I

..; fail to attend the anctioti. tf Fresh fish and HomosaH oysters participated. i.. w'. a. : .... I .
'. daily at Courtney's market. Siuihtd Just all we go tr to press four crowded ; +entln taus on Tiiei'tiiy eveiirD'. "u rrb"Ath',' I
lite&y Wf forgot to sav, in speaking of the The Banner' MUalonarx Work rosettes arrived<< (rum Jacksonville/ 12 :' ... .... Iingv's New MimloiICoimKlf: ; I:
and 'Ifli'al entertainment
evening that while we accord great F. G. Clarke and wife of New York Continues to Bear a Fruitful I noon, bringing the Jacksonville' Light i 0 J 11 I HsT"ioll7rH'8
State, art registered at tb- ()cal Hou Harvest.PfTtHW.Ko. Infantry andVII"*>" ., Buttllon, the ,
merit to )Ir. Mvader'v literary productions C It 1 H HI
Fleming Guards, and ;aItOHH
H large number ,
Mr. ClArke ia a prominent merchant and c>f
'. : + he in sally lacking in the art of I f HIM lusrelebrated *ton quarnec, i.up- ()"!., Feb. 28, ISMyior ). Vim-hon.I 0UIHH! f000l88| ,
rendering he
elocution an doe wit ----

i 1 l' humor and patlioH.. in almost the same plies a I I.and rc> quantity 1 of that material for I / Ocala Jfanrttr: C'itra fends down a -large dehyation.The I :.! I.1...!H....Hj... ....r........jOItUSH.........:........... !: "
tone of voice thereby greatly marring private public. buildinm in WAshing Yon will find. enehse',! one dollar, for ____ d __ li.j'l'Ui with new -Ituatloiu-funny "
,\.the real beauty and shining; qualities( ton\ Mr. lane is a cumin of the "dear I which ,pleaxeend me the weekly' HAN- schools opened. an hour earlier tog I : tier sue (J ** u..1J.fI(:'a.t fiwdal* t
his iplendid gems of poetry. I ant and encrjretiC secretary: of the SeiniTrcpical. NCR for one year. I find a good many day than usual and 'will dimUs i : 'Ii.
people in this 1 locality at one I t ..M...tvinMiU/i'iiill.......... .......... .i....lil... Uuibiiiit;; (nu.sdy; oif"
____ anxiuunly intiuir-, o'rlot k and attend the Kxtuition: In i. ........................-.........
("as a wise thl*t lor the agent of Mrs. Meginny sod! dAiighU-d: Miss Sue lug' uliout Florida and I till them the 1 body.Mis. a I
t iwnbroker's auction sale now wing Meginny. arrived last night and ate list source for information! is a It-adlig "THE OTHER HALF."
"0 \ Condon's store to deposit one paper, the BANKca for instance. Haiti .. ..
domicilea for the balanc Wright
the of !
4th... ''ud dollars in the Merchants I with their relative Dr. and )1,..season Win 1 Yours very truly, daughter of General BulU, ,ck,Macon U In Ga.the, i i I s.aarn;.;.......;.;;....w....>.. .a..-Ocala...;.. house' ...-...Nix_.........:..-. t .
anal Bank ilia guarantee that all A. hrtkitr.
.i Anderson on Ft. inK ut'noe.I city visiting her parent tu.cha&
/xxls( sold shall be gold or silver as -- .6
;.tepre entU1on the many purI I 11. R. Clarke a prominent citizen of Don't fail to attend the auction tf Crisa Crows tonight at the Marlon Op*, 'faMaWlia Nursery.' ... .;

chasers can be found a number of our New Jersey and brother of our "Uncle Electric pry-matic lights will era House 730.: The finest and. beet variety 'orange
leading citizens. The sale will continue Jim," I ia taking his ease at the Ocala their dazzling beams over the Exposition ; l- The trees for the least money, to be had of
I I Incomparable: Nellie Walter
tO-nlght. House tonight
fountain to-DIht. 730. J. W. A F. D. Warts.
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OC L.1 1''LA., MAWit_ 8. 1889. 1 iJeinocrUUc' f,arty litw u",tfon quiteuuuugh ) Ja-'k-onvilie's go 'd.M''! t Ii wjuds ushe -' \

_. ui Sew Yurie in MuUunai pun- 1( ?(tr?: 1 Rfle1Mu1
hl tit'S and i is tniktng: > a vnrorMiti "' 1Ocaia'crrt'slass
1'Itelnhliespirit\ t
E. HARRIS, Editor. -aiiiM' the nomination; vf Oovcn. ( I Imo
'j rryta 1 munificent KxpoMtion build .
B' David It. Hill f.r 1'1111'1'; In IfeW./ : enclosure, dwvoted
:, in a forty acre !! to
IwlnGlerny'athat the iiexDeiiK'Ciatk, i I the *, utid the exposition vtu* duly < f
I pur POM Fla.
l',, from Lake Weir <
I.lt'nllal noinince I)1ti't t come So.
of Itwould
the i&'li January. .
I 11l'1Il',1| on ,
( .ml ) the Brut N..ntiweht.:- On the otherhand be natur.il !for<> Jacksonville to turn ,, ;; .

f lilt Atlanta: dinftitution i>a""I'IIIIJh cold shoulder] to an enterprise of thischaractrfesls'lalby
a .,
of the Northwest, thank you. j I ) under, eilstinp h "For iK-HVemiV. Nike let IM never hear j jaartln cuiustamvs. Indeed, she mijzht be pardoned high; bluir overlooking the whole '

He )promim, of Deinocratiu) piitm j; for Iloln Hut? Jrt -k-anvillrlues Lake Weir.')
,.. I ''inthe !so< < of Beautiful : ,
: Norths !
:\ rat \
\ the
oj I ( nosii'-'l' I both Mn n ontrary "
': I that i
/l Vl.ttltl.tio" wt ate promised I!
I" she furnishes the orator: at the opening
unll Ocala Kxj: >osili"n in the person! of OP HCKS
: t to come) right; into cami, and bring BCV- ,
& : I her iea'thing editor, aidthoOfalaHx:! ); |>osi-
crall'ilntl.1'\\ HI \\ ith MKIII.IiHt .
; .\( i I year it was;! all lixl, \V'e vveictojfct !lull is not fairly under" way beforo' the Fine Boating, Sailing: Gunning
Board of Trade conceivesthe
and }''i
iheniMire. A fencfeuuld'rl kcei hing. "
---- :
---- of which\
happy Idea ) a movement I"
ThoDttk"offiulhaerlandamlMrsRlair, ( them out.Ve\ were to bo scrouchtil up Illal1ltano doubt of Jnrkol1'itlc'Mot..1 !'\ Reasonable
to make for thrum, Michigan I Terms $2:50 2 : per day. j
: were married In 'ra\jnpa yesterday. Thubrake's room CsPet will, her confidence that no townin DRESS GOODS :'"
wife died about three months. 'iallywas just honeying to get in. .
ago Florida without contributing
while her liiuhnml: was visiting., in this \\ ell, they dltJ'lIt come We lost ..KCV-I' ) to the prosperity prosper' of Florida's metropolio 1Ladles' Rates by Week or Month I'
: $ with Mr .JJlair. enteen (Jon reftMoen" out there, which:, Address : .
country! ; v bict' I is literally: true Accord* iCt .
left for Reed. The lie- I ,
IH enough
ingly I the Board chartered. a train I)' ten ]>t. IP. n. Intjlor, IIanacer.
; p' :'" George KennAn, the Siberian traveler' luLlicaul1llljtltili.'I!' increased ev cars! and irsued Invitations to nearly a ) .
is said to be the known American erywhere. As for Michigan i she lifted!
only thousand citizens and ojourner '0 a
whoever completely mastered the Uus- herself np\ from her slim Republican' I free ride to Oe.tla,1%1 milt n. It was a I Fine Broadcloth Rates! K.W and 53: per d"y. '.

,''W,, flan language, I'St'el.t: Caleb dishing, majority of :3!;:is2! in 1KS4 to over 1MIKJO) I bold 'but happy' conception: to which the Open AH Year.OliRDSEY t
+ minister to III 1H88I I From the New Jerseyline to :
formerly 4t.1'etersbnrg. people' of Jacfcsotivilta) responded with
' '' : kl the l'"rllle ocean the! 'Vest< il'l' solidly Ke- I great unanimity, atid. illustrates the spirit 50 and 45 inches wide
l Mr. Klija Halford' Oen. Harrison's publican-and is KOIIHJ tot Uy\ tliay wv.i I: of this! I'l'opl.t'It.'r.\ than anything fi CO. '

t't.) ( \ > Is, like Col. Lamont Our hope is, and has been, :New'Yoik.\ I! t.I"t'", cl)1\1IIUHlw Not a l'r.r..ht'tlll'f)- i"

4 '. Jmvate From all account, he seems New Jersey and Con nectieut. wutOd' d'i thi. "
isle, -i! 'ely. 80c.f 90c. and $1.Worth I. i
Better compromise tho matter and I lit -0- ,
'bo about tho of and
t to ramu sort man
I \ i '
Of Oiu u'n push alit! spunk and spirit
''i., he will do nothing to lessen the dignity a Southern Democntt lead tutu fortunesof ;
.r; of the position.' the party in the next jrn-at triiirv'le.When ) Jlrrther rheeney sacs: : from 81.75 to SS.ttft Wholesale RelnilDEALKltS '
Njuthern: man il4l.Jt'dt..ll'flI'dt'llt .I We reach after
.tt" Oalal.ortly one I '
.: of the Unned :Mitten! tte< tionali>m' dt'ofnLOIII -- : IX-- ..: ..
Thu TalMnutfean nays that t we publibe o'clock. (Oca la 6XK,( ) inhabitant I
,. will he destroyed. and I this: MII| IM a ic- 8
t l wldcli the of Marion
the 2''inl feat
an on !<)!, county
., contained l Chief' Justice' Kanrv's. address, united! country Mf.IIWlhllljll'll't' liviMcs, ,, couiitv, in the heart of the peninsula, on'' :;
in full. The TaUahiuutfmn Is a little in in name, and, rant i.trait NeciiiniaiiMii Mid the divide l etween the ot-ean nnd tilt ALL WOOL ors Wort & hl'OCCliies0 .

error. Thu Chief Justice's admirable live on until t this i'4 i < loiv.HUMOHH \ gulf, about two hundred 'feet above tide

.::" address'! was published< in our little daily water. It i is' ".eof the old towns, in one .
of the old iMtien. and wart a place ofnome --- --- .
The California fruit Grower: : I imtortance before the war, t-ulti- '
says ; | -
and German :MonofViirHaiti OCALA
I j ;: I f: FLOUIOA k
:: : 'lIate mud then and "1IIIIW, is lo Ilitvw Fought. th muting (cotton sugar' mind tol>HCco In 4O incliOH wide," am ilbt'l1 f. "
that the oranges /from Southern, Califoinia. I thoM div; It is only fir late, however, j i.' .
r I/os An 'VAa1Ii'nTaMar.'h': :a-A i tumor is I that slit' 1.\1'\. become ambitious, an.! she j'*
elesan'smutty! ,
current in iiivul:' circles here that R confl'Tf ha made rl"jJ 1 h strides! in the last few
black and covered w.lh 'alt' Can
anyone has taken place: in Samoati: waters! Than land. anHJthe best 55c. }
; tnithfully dispute this statement? I yearn. are Palace -Druff Store i
Ix'twM-u American of and
an man- -war ,
And California wot therival hunii .i'ck l.ind: in the State, and a largeonr.pe :
yet onci a up as the iernian<< ; ,rot veitOlga.! It mallci'cdthat .
I Im in
of Florida t the ( interest'' developed; recentyeir I .
in growing I"
lift .\IIIt'rirl''t''t'l fired the :
I lirt-t
: T\ o-thiidi <"f.the orange crop of ..
oranges. .shot I I tin, Stat'N:: made} within sixty miles of AVortli 81.00. I --0--- .jt. .:-.
l.t'rt'IArnl\\' r.1 sass nothing. Im- .
Keen;; her, :and ol'tliisrginu, 0111It..pi... to !
W. H. a resident i of ColumhlaCOUt.ty been 'i".II\"t" the rumored. 'I .;'tf. :.
n' c'uthlet. .
It will he "
be the !bnxlnes" .m'nter. not '
fur six years, while' Httinw'
near ,
and bethinks It
a window in the home ol one of his highly improbable. her fault if!slip< fails.! :So: much at least is! WHOLESALE : r ,

daughters playing with one of his grandchildren : I LONDON I NOT NOTIFIKH: OK tr. iii.iniff.it.. There is! something inspiring

was shot by some miscreantand I I/oMMiN.': March .1.=The Ameiii-iiu: :and) in: 'h,' punk which. R'ime: of these Flor- \ j
killed\ on the 20th, i inst. He was German legalloMS: here. hare rrrt-ivrd no i'i.i towns muni;!lent' and Oraia is a rood Inducements in -

killed HO inn+ iittly that ho did not fall nil vices regarding) the reporteil ingige: > illustration!\ 11th, it. tier trade: i is nearly asgftnd Special Retail
from his chair I Ills body' was! penetratedby merit io Samoa between warships of in Hummer. as in winter and} few ofher.poople .Drugs0 !

nineteen burksltgt&\VO; hope the their respective governments.A \ ) (leave, ave iwrhaps for a few IIi.

assassin: Mill bo IlilltoVtrN! TRUCK. weeks at the splendid boMcheson the pea Our Clothing and -- .
t t and gulf a-t.t "
1 :: I Ol'alasu
The oFTed. L'Hth, says' : have be n received I from Samoa to the! ;,
"Our streets are contfnually lined,. withIt'oille effect that s truce has lieen } from all pattaof' tIlt world Of the (terman consul and Matsnfa have given notice that they Shoe OILS, 8TATIOXEUY, TOILETAND

course they are delighted with O uvula and until after the Merlin conference. Mats will vote to ('ol1l1rll11w\ nominations Department .
her eipoNitlon." To b- sure they are aafa agrees to prevent the destruction of Kent in by President Cleveland! .} and strong -- -

Teople, no matter from whe'p they hail, (ierman f'MtHIt'M. hoped are entertained that Mr Jolin K.:
are delighted with pluck, energy and enterprUe lI"rtri.hw, will be continued Judge; o: FANCY ARTICLESIn

and all three of these Ocala hasgiven Ihluht IiuilaiiH Killed In the United States I District i court for the
evidence of J jKMWSjdng In her sue Minute. Thirty :Northern\ h District of Florida. I Complete Stock I

cvusful inauguration of the Semi-tropical I C C. RheinaneriBro

i exjxwltion.-Orlando 7vY' m/. OkiwholK-p information of ban the' been bloody! "'('I'iTI',1 deeds from of a REPORT OF---Of THE C OI-TION-- -- a, .

crazy Indian of the Miami I lril e. who i We handle none I"a the :! \ i
The Rev. Vf, K:, Johnson, th. rector of
I 029J) tetfs& ass
11Ittht'ir Headquarters fl>wall
the Episcopal l'hUldl in riainvllle, Conn., habitation in the I'verglades : The First National Bank !
in this States' Jim
a r""I1
is Imitating l>r. Parker of 1.01l.lon.r. WltlCJIIT & FUAZEU, ,
x crazy, and with 'Wincluwter rills I 1;
In his lie informal .
gives !
rayed "
talks on religion every Sunday eveningjkto started on tho warpath through the I| OF OCALA PTBLIC 8< ctBi : : t : ()c.IA, FtA ,

_. number of artetubletl in a dry camp and settlement HP" lint rent a I ..........-.1 j !..... ..... elam] 7
.. .*' eoods a store. In myn a pleasant chatty style, I bullet) through. the brain of Wankee II I| In ate Mat of }Florida nt he Clone of ...............!"B".1 ......-. ........
Mirtrchief of the \ llii"iurit s, 1
lie lectures\ on such subjects as Hibuuil: 1 I :Miamis killing him I .... : ... :,:
3 inspiration, while tho men listen and instantly Ho next killed! Old liter. FKllltUAllY JJtt, 1889. Millinery Millinery !11'y!
t' .' Bmoke. Mr. Johnson believer that lie Young Tiger, 1 HOP of Old Tii'eranil} probably I-UUEPEARE ,
t the tine-t Seminole i living I physic. I ItESOUKI'ES.Ixmii ;: : .

r..r: :. can do much JOllllln this way. I ally tlh'pJN'.1( out of his nlgam 1 jut!< in I ,* and tliiMtmuU\ .. .....ll5tso.f,7':' .............................._............_......'M" .__?. ..... ............ ......... ........ ...........
unswuivd fl.lWii.33I' :
the time tosoe hw father drop to die grounda a \. trIiruaasecuredand. llond to I'lrrulation .. ...... 12.AnMm: ] [.1S TRULY SAID- ; i)I Our Milliner Is at h.-mo. again :
of H. cure .
t a .
the Elsewhere cabinet we of t the j-ublinh t two Harrisons.names It whoop corpse henprangon and with a Mood the maniac t'urJlinltttar I I 1 t I PIIU l:ui- from(hnu::: Hi>f toT> >v National. l 6ii-.v3,.v'UUV) :. ................ ..............-. ...................................... :: i ............................ .......,.................... .. .. ''

;r will h bo seem that (jnindfAilipr Harrison autllhllnl \ !| l>iu> from "state Bunk, and Hunkers to.TU.ll 'There is a Tide In the affair of men which, i I JUST FROM TIIENORTII-
to hand tight for the possession of f token at lit ebb leads: on to fortune." t =
..,bad.three Southern men in his cabinet, the rille followed. Tiger Ki'iiU'dtmfurnltare, an<1ltxtul'\.M.. 19taa1.qt'ti 3,001.89i'rewiuwa ..... .....,.........- j .
SS via Secretary of War, John Hell, of in Il1ItA.i was superior| rrt'nt exiH.-uw.-n VaM..... ..to act'tats.: :.::.::::: 1.Rs9.Y: : : AND!)NOW: s..f .lR.l.s.;;E, ............With.........a. Full.. and Complete ftock of
strength the ... ...........
i t Tennessee ; Secretary of the Navy, leo.. the and l at \HIIUIl..1, of (riierV atxt rash item........................... eafi9sx i ORASPI1 AT ONCE.AND I.I.i ...........................u........................M........-..-............................._...u.
N. Badger, of North t'ltrnllnaitornt'v; from pun, efore! ho ('on,1He..t), it HUb! other Bunks. .......... 10.1 07.').' j ....................THE.........KWTUNE..... ''' '' ......W.:...YOURS.LISTEN................... .M.
his antagonist ho was hot dead I uctUmal t'r currency, nickel and j ; ; i FINE MILLINERY\
n General, John J. Crittenden, of Ken) The maniac then killed two Cetmta.......vP............................................ 1\1.9'1\ .: :. I 1' :. :. .... .. : .
.tacky. In the cabinet of the Grandson, huh palaausnsof 81.Y'Ie I< .................................................... f.5f. \ 0. ......... . ....... 'M" =..: ;:fj.iii i :...."_.
who was inaugurated yesterday, it will and children sister and attacked bucks, squaws Legal< tt'nclt'r lIoll'M................................ 15OiM;) 00 ................... .....................F1r&L'laiii--o..............-........... ..... .
IlItlISl'f lhilla\t'I\ )'. Ho wasflinally 1U..tl'PWtlolfund with U. 8. Treasurer i AKood
55 be seen that the South a is unknown or if \ t'OrIlt'U'tllllhl shot dead "Hil- 13 rte tt-ut. of clrculatlou)..._.......... M2.50 o-oGOO1 GLARA TEED.o-o i.

,si SS known t Ignored. Is. the South a imrt of ly," another l1Iluol"ra't'. by .................. ................ .. .. ............................. .... .
.tho Union Hat it any righths In the t. In 1t'8.4II Total .l253.712.9 :, .: :. !.
i t111' half an hour, eight. Indians: were .1. & .Na.sh. F -

Union ? II klhI... Capltalslock p alol I.1.VIULIT1ES..$ 5ni]..).oo 1: ......... ..............,..........1..-....1............................. i: = ;
sur, ltuaamd' MK. FOX THE
The Microcosm hays that Mr. Keelot' New Variety of ('range. l'udtttdivl promils., . 5,61031: : NOKTUKKN .' ) WILL ietlord's.Oh: id' '
motor fame, has explained to admiringa \ The called S alllli' lit I husk iioCen ouUUudini.M.... 11.2SI.UO l! ..BUV. ...A... 'W1iAI'I. INtI'ANI:.:...K1USTQCK ... Bund, Public 8gnar., pqi i,Fr ;:
which his lit) king. orange"va* in lii.lUi.lual ili-i 1.sits nuMifl W check...,.. 172.1H.VO- ....... .. ; ....... j jj
friends the theory upon mo. troduced into California from I : 4.ft"l.. : :
t'ochin Urmund' wrtttifittetof avpfwlt "
tor is constituted. He pointed out to I China through American' eons mil. The l>u" .to other! .SiUi'Minl Uuk ............. ..!Jai.91Total j = OF GOODS= \

,,; ;: them why of 432 it: i i r t..thAt"> ..*it tit" tuninv-forkH wll1reg i lt tripletoeries tot trtt upright in very I than thoriiv.oihfra,the and limbs the Iruit grow{18 morn .".__.$253,711.') ::: : :::::::::::::AXD:WC. :XCSTHAVE::::::::: :::::: r|i :iTHE' ; (REDUCTION::: !

? coincide" with the ]J.eI'l'u6Iohlll'UIIJl1nl'llon in hl..lilltrAtlnIW'. nunnt'rtsttlerior| to any other httlll pro-hal TATE I. \i cxAxrtR OF FUUUDA MrlNTVRi.rashlerofthe: -CoiMY or Mimox.fca s4\ ove-: ........... .....?......."_.............t......................... 1 .-,,"---.-..........-.........-.....-..,....-........:
of all the vibrators to California. "I\1\.t I l bsuk do solemnly swear that the shove l ._. ... .
According 1\
an agricul" ..... .
OO ITO PUT T1t EM. .. ..
I ('H.at one time In order to diHa"Hociate tural .iiithority. there is also ktatoiuflil U \true .W lime Ut of iuy know l l'tdbtandItlieL

4 the three orders of harmonic fifths from in Siam called the king," (that an orange i 114 des satst'rttavlautliworn" A..loU-furv MilKTVUi.IaetbL'4thdayof A ell Asn; TO "HOW, THEM:: f, 1 ;:: .P.ST CKT.;
negatizcr which Is soxwentlal ii
the double octavo : I 'riht'tl an having Ial'\'b, ivtf. rn i ;
t ( in maintaining" the equilibrium kin when rile) Hud a trani'a pink|>areiit pulp' green that \V. W CIVTT. J'M Notary Public. I; _I 1MB TO SELLS THEM. !: .--.M........_........,_.........._,.._

of the mass chords that "should Mr. Keely the minor told can b. sent tbiouyh,: the kin, and of a Correct-tteul : E. \V. A.iMW. ) !i .. 1151E. :.MONEY.. TO..HAY. .FOR.THEM. ........ \i MEANS; GOODS"AT' 'i.-
them however V *V'
most delicate flavor. The fruit in in midi W .H (Jon II. Plrcstort.Eu r
of the scale of :27 degrees! t thirds high esteem that it is. a l peiijiii + of the : Ho 1 if you: ;i want: mil;)thlug ut the; wij r. !I Ii v"J2S LSwr.IRI
major rhance to fcocure continuity with royal family and Hul.ect* are Iwl allowed -1----- --- i .................. ..............-."-...,.......................... i ---...---...... ,,,! ,
the transmitting radiators, an explosion to eat it. Any one li ruling one of these'' f II. P. E.VGLKTON'. :: .............................-.0-.........:....................'.....M...?. :: -..TI --."...--..-...-.......- ( c
of the entire liberator' would no doubt trees growing i on his premises U be the disastrous\ result"Plant tti give notice to an uit'uvr at once or be {! CLOAKS, HATS liHOES ,AND j I !.

tlt't'eapitntt'I.-1/1 /',.,,,I.-IX, ) (.lirimii-U. EE.A.L :ESTATE. :.: : : I i' :
.- ......... ...... ...
City Makes A Tow KxhllilU.Weenjoytnla I C FO.THiNG" i -" -.....-_.. ._
iileasiint call from Mr. How do the cabinet of grandfather -1- -- "

F. \v. Merriam, editor of the South Nor/ and .grandson: compare? Here they are ...-Iml'J\ftoS .nol l'nlmrmnd.- : .........."..__.. ..............- ... ..........- : := THK I'LACIi'tl: I; """"'-
: : .......
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as far as! the cabinet officers then .
1 M. has existed
1' ufa of ,Plant Citv. Mr. : .. -
Courier i i -- ...
i -- .... .
y been dele .at J by the goal la'n i i le of uraulfetherHarrtson I (5ranJ_uti lUrrinou LANDS. GROVES. ETC.PAHK .. i --i -. .-

Plant City to make an exhibit of ome PanlelfUt! r. !51uaJi i I o/Jamwu..'*!/#. BI&1uot.falu" -1.-1.WttR : OK AXYTHlXli lUl'R' UXV\T": : j I: :

..a a of cluster her products.of grape} fruit He brought with sixteen with him Intbe Thomas Liming An'r'e: ,' :-I'JO: :!/ l\r I Wta.Tmutunt.\\Indom, Minn FUUUUA.I ::..:: VERY LOW- -PRICES.:...;;.. ;j j7T.7. :-1)1- -: 'I.

bunch, a number not excelled by Joiib Bell. Tenn.! C'rdtat'W >ke/ tAeW I I ....-.y.- ....-.....- ..... ----.l..L.
anything in the building; also two cabbagt I u' YYt. rructor Vi. fldwlmri : i ................_

that in size circumvent tho'ljgtt Gore, E Badger Hfmarrrernl.7trl i ilk-njauaia Tracy, N. Y- 1I1OR. P. 0..8M.. i> COlEAkit'YD.vLLYOCs rMFll '
admirably develoj>etl head in the isplay; rrancUOran N. y. mfL'S
wr. |l.lobD'aDamaker., Pa.

W syrup iDObater and rutabagas orangta., and Mr.very M will tine return corn, John J. <'rlt\enJtn.AtitrHryUntfrul! Ky. I W. II. H. Miller Ind. PJnUCUK AXD icaotos. -! -BENJAMIN....- .._....M..M....!...&TFOX. .:.................M....! :::=:::::=::::.:.:-:::: ::::.:

today and t11) a monster excunion Is thin an advance in cabinet material : '
home Room. Agocw A Gary's Block, OCALA. ...... : OCALA. : : .
from HilUboro\ county on her ora retrogression Compare' 1840 with to FloeldDt..ass.n34 I ..w: F. !: :.-.... .. ..... ... : r 'IUDAh
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Ja.oN .
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.:, .Semi T rop.!O cal .Exposit :

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- :!" %f. 'J ; p This' Exposition' incoiiH>r.iU'drnnder the lawn o, the!> Stair of Florida, opened nt- .. '


; 11 CLOSE MAY FIRST 4889.' tPrttt

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2 This: will li an Espl-ition of Pomo'ogieal'' horticultural nnd Apiicultural products of Florida and her ,oils, timbers, wood*, minerals and livo stock, and In addition articles .
and product of general int >uM Irom all Mates :and countries. Kntry is open to the world for tho display of its products.: :No charge for entries nor : pact: : for the product or rog
manufactures of Honda,. ? I 4t1l ,
,', The Tinted States:\ E\pmmcntal :Station; for nnpro\ement tuul development of prixiucts indigenous: to this :t-ectiol1lulI' hlt'ulno."t..l! contiguous( to our exposition ground.
te i T\\'v invite exhibits of all descriptions! particularly those: pertaining: to the art, mt'Challil'toHlllt agriculture' guaranteeing Ullitflll'Olll.tt'.y: to nil oxhihitoiH.CiKO. f.b7j
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kY d,

CASH PREMiuM LIST, $3,500 I Ibltr Ilnf

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W. \VILSOX. )'n\: illt'llt. \\ )r. FOX. First! Viee-1'rosideut. JK. II. KNir.HT" Second Vico-Presidvut 1. I
'l'''. C. W cA trnTLr.: P IL General :Manager.\ : G. S. MAYO, TruoHiirer. J. O. CLARKE, Secretary.I .- .' or

k., ipFftsiaIiua1$ Bank I T ic MCl1clmnts' National Ban 1\\ 'I -TIIK- t=, b

t 'Anti I i IWIIOI!ioI' Hmg) ft

r -- OCALA, t

Ocala, Ida.NO. =
.. -ANDSEED -----
3470. D ,
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-NO. 3815.
5'S. .

..........+............t-.... .ah' ....... ..-t.-t-............................ SUCCF SOBS TO <,T11K-HANK-- OF OCALA. No Second Place

Paid Up Capital, 1 ; '" +" Antborized Capital: CAPITAL STOCK St O,00ROO( )() --IN- rf

t 50000. $.._,000. SUKPLUS, :CH; O.OOO..JCI CO IPtl l'J NESS I 01'' STOCK .

1 t' 11 't! "' +._ W.II.C01.'l'II..I"ft. of Goods nUll .
Low Price.
i r t..W.AUStW.I'.a.: .. ...............r......riS nH I Quality
',,I J so.o'. DONYwVjwi.. -
K P. DlSMl'kHh! I'ice Prrairlrnt.
It. n. McCovNKLL, OnthirrKftng GOODS JOItIIED : ': ,
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A. :McINTYRE: : C..A.;:;:rDEn..J : now ntablult/tl[ in our new and rbgant Hank l/iuttling are jtrrjuirrd to guar. -< rated' neil door to rint.tUtlAntl: Bank.) k, J1m
an't tatitfartwn to nil. '.... r 110M .
.J! SURPLUS $7,000.00 General Banking Uinntt tranmrifd. Jlrchartgt" bought and iM.UOATi t 'I'

One of the finest and beat equip| il banking houses in the State owned by the -- .:t :
bank. We have special facilities! for making C jlle<'lions on all acresflible point' -or-- '
will extend eourtesl- and favor to our lut-tomers roiiKitrtent with flaff'oankinJand (
We every JNO DUNN, atU1FV
shall't'! prompt and careful attention to an businesu entrusted to us Jo: P. DI: .
.. v We|so .t your satisfaction.HANK ACCOUNT and all business In our line and CMIAS.KIIKINAUEIt IIAUVKY: KNKiHT,, ,, WM.J.A. KINOTKIN ANDKIiHON: ) : : 4 HARDWARE, r .f '
guarantee entire J. 0. PF.HINE: L. M. 1IUYKK; 4

I ,.W t ,. Importers] & Trailers CORRESPONDENTS/' National Hunk, New York, N. Y.; Sasll,HOOfS) ,Blill s 1 :: .

.r outhern Bank of Georgia, Savannah. ; .
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; -l t& Special Correspondents in all important cities! in the West. rViional l .
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: ed I Park Hank: of The York. Marmrt A/alvmnl Hunk of Rotten.
'UN : Jfalwnnl Hank of Savannah Gfiirtjui.iMuinill" .
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nwlfrW( hawking, ComiKtny, Louimlk. Kv DELQUST. :, I
I MONTEZUMA lnUl-84 1 l .
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Ocalajews DepotARGEST -DrugLine- HEADQUARTERSr

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FIRST-CLASS. ........-...........................IN........ALL.............RESPECTS.................-...............=....-.- --ANII.-- AT- .. ,Il' _
4 Beetne--belt in evrry room. U<* and coM 11tM. Cnmmfllo'U; ample roomt for ComIravtlfrt. Lowest Prices I DR. DELOUEST, -AIiDMllSiCalIllStFUfflonts-- .1 4
+ 93 ro**" .Yw brick Kvue sad nruwntit.r.. ]{
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'' Per Annnm, II not a polite ex--------.1 i;
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BU Months. far those ho
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Three Months 1 : begin to mpare I :
26. i i ing. Just come: get, ...._........._...._ I

a A Christian Tardy sailor Retribution.beat a Jew. r OPEN":

a And while be pttam-led him he cried, I
Til pound TOUT body black and blue,
For our dear Lord you cruclfUd I"
d But when the Jew recovered breath YOUR f
Bald belly Mefd 40 yon not i know<
That Jesus Christ was put to death
Bone eighteen hundred years ago?" EYES

a The Christian dealt another blow,

.'1 And care answered not hnw long with U a wrathful, shriek, ........ ........... ....... -.H M.MNw.w.
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I only heard of It tW-eak r* i '--h. we ; awake examlnattonof j
la this Cue mirror displayed I' oSr goods.aThe"l1 bear inipection of
The Christian charity of ages eye ip ; r microscope. Tb.children'sgame
.For such a picture Is displayed used IL"o n your mouth and shut
Tooft on fctoory's bloody J>&.* .-.K'v, Minot II your eyes and MM what I'll tend you." WEMy
J.Sottpte lAs Utbrtm Samtard' keep your eyes open and

!' Hotel Arrlvalw.MOXTIIUMA .
t S SEl'lelflOfELL1L
HOTEL, March 2.-M. Moo '
raw, Manchester, N. H't; Levi Kenney,
$ Ithaca, N. Y.;; Isaac' II. Newman, Ithaca, I
rt N. Y.;; C. F. Benson. Lake Weir K.: M.

Post, New Orleans; Arnold Wyman, . ;\1 i
E Stanton ; Citra ; D. C. Jeremy, \\ IIkNt- ; ; M ;; ;
barre de Gathran" : At a that fates breath..Tb..I.?
Pt'nn.i.Dou8 ,l..ochbie.. i our game and we are playing It for \
t E. R. Hay", bamberry !:i. C.; Nellie Wal- I worth. Goods that bear examlnatlen;prices
' tern G. W. Waltp"} b reU.. W. w.altel'8, that bear comparison ; bargains that can't be
Mitt Nellie Cross, part of Nellie Walter's I equalled anywhere,at(
s Company J. W. Chilty, 0.'II. Edwards, I
Grahamville\ ; A. P. Perry, North Carolina "ROWELLS.fINCORPORATED
q ;'." ; B. M. Bamberir. South Carolina ; K:. .
1' Paliock, Wm. T. }Fifnn Horace Mitchell,
Leo. Brack, bt. Louis, Mo.; Edward Wil-
r,'. lams, Stockton, }'la': JameA Duffy, Gra'-
1'r hamville, Fla.; F. M i. Commander Ked- '
! dick, Fla.; Geo. Hollinn. MontclaIr, Fla
: OCALA HOCSE, March 2-F. 0. Clarke TIle Ocala OoQpantj
p and wife N. Y.; F. Stabler, Baltimore,
. Md.; H. it. Clarke, N. J.; 11. B. Wiliaros
Philadelphia, Penn.; G. Marshall, 0.; ]
W. J. Weller, N.Y.: C. T. Trask, Belle-
,k view, Fla.; Mrs. Jesse Lowe, Omaha; P
'Mrs. Smythe Miss Edith Smythe,, -) (-
.: Omaha; Jerae Pelt., Philadelphia; F. MMillin .
and wife, Chelsea, Mara.; Gea CAPITAL STOCK $500,000.00
1 N Olivlt and wife,' N. Y.; C. Parks, Miss ;
y Ella Parks, Jamestown N. Y.; T. M. :
Day, Jacksonville D. lt Thorin, iavani -
i hah, Ga.; G. W. fihallt'roMp.Mr.: and Mra. mins COMPANY now prepared to Mil Stock
F. S. Bangs, N. Y.; }. U. Wilson, Maine; _L or lots at the 40x100"West feet End"from Ocala. Parties*, and located -
J. C. Holman, Boston; A. II. Vakl BOA- One Share of Mock of One Hundred pur.chasing
i 1on'j; W. II. Wheeler, Brooklyn, 1& Y.; Dollars ma be gtren ten emtigwnu tots UtilOO Jed
1 Spaflbrd Palatka; R. II. Lizzid, For further particular call upon or address
r Jacksonville; T. W. Helm, Danville, Va; Geo. S. Mayo, Oen'l Mang.t .
b1ra. G. H. Perkins bliss Perkins
No. 1 Marion Block, OCALA, FLA. l
+ Rochester N. Y.; C. M. Davidson Cia Imd-wlSfeb
. 1 l cinnati tiblo; Abe Beige I, Baltimore,
Md.' E. M. Winchester, Boston; T. R.1'aylor .
N Y.{ A. C. Lyon; N. Y ; Mrs. J. WEIHE
B. Clow, Chicago. March 3-F. 8. Kin.
TBieloVSaVannabrGa.:;J. Barnes, Phila
; ,, delphla; V.'. II. Burt, N. Y.; H. C. Dit -LE.UJ8INTHEW --
1 mae, wife and children, Brooklyn, N. Y.,
y A. L. Elchelbergct, city; J. II. Gregory\ !,
L. W. Bethel. J.1V. Sawyer, H. M. Hunt.
Key West. March 4-}:'. S. Perrln, t'. P,, \ atc Clock Jovolry
;' ,Stanton, Stanton, Fla; F. Wetherbe,, ,
Martin; Mrs. J. H. 'Welsh Welshton; C.
W. White, Citra t bliss 11. II. Wartman,
;}t Citra; B. M. Turner, Albert Venn LINE!
C U. B. Wilkln ol1, Palatka; E. (i. }Hill -
and wife, J. Crawshaw, Jr., and wife, L.W. .
Sagles: and wife, L. J. Cooper, wife, ; -

''; S Todd,hildbA.Samuel White Bailey, wile and and wife ROn, Geo.A. A TOWN-COTT I| A TOWN" Repairing a Specialty.

, 4: Grant, L. Noble, J, !8. Noble, A. W. Bid- "I" LOOK!, .OTI'
dell and wife, A Jacobs, Mrs. A. J. FOR !: f FOB
Johnson, U.T. Boozer, Lawtey, J.a'i! C. -
O; Morton, U. S. A., Gainesville.\ ) Mr*. i $25.00. I $25.00. i -LocATED
Clark OcaU; J. B. I'rowin, Mrs Crowin. ._.......M..... ..... ....... ........ .. ... ...... ...--......... -.-..-.-.. ( ox WEST SlOB OP SQUAHE)-
14.0.1'ieluer and l lMts. ---- --- amSI-68
Pa.;; Philadelphia; -..
Lyemanl'.aeton: Pa.; l'. H. Dou all, -- ''' ....
i Milton, Pa.; J. F. Gautrer, Milton, Pa.; J. -IT11IS : OFFl FIT' ISrOPEN\ :\; FOR I THIRTY !j DAYS !! ON Ly..Til.! INNn I- LAND TITLES !I1
T., MoUlD, Minneapolis; N. D. Abrams .-.., .... "....................-.......... ..n...w.....-.....-.........................-.....-...-...............-..-: --....-N.w....;-.-...........--
and wife, Savannah, Ga.; Mrs J. Boozer, -1-l t,
f, B. Cj, Geo. Marshall, Manna, Ohio; U."Vf. .
Turner and wife, Randolph' 1\1 a",...; THE BEACON & ADAMS
J. J. Callahan.T. 1L Taylor,T.B. Bishop' The fiat in the field I N..w Semi-Tropical addition to the City of Ocala I Anderson's new addition *
i' w. Scott, N. York; F. L. Stevens: and adjoins the 8l'mi.1'ro'i( Exposition grounds. Three hundred now offered at 825 each, for thirty days ABSTRACT COMP sir'
wife, Hooflick Falls, N. Y. only. The property elevated and overlooks the city. South street is now being graded to the property. I I

Don't fail to attend ho auction tfS The proposed "dummy line," when completed, will add 100 per cent to the value of every lot. Lots can be IS 711E PLACE 70 UK7 THE FAC1& ;

-- -- -- paid for on the installment plan' if desired No commissions, no agents ; buy direct from owner. The editorof
-: SpecUl Meeting. tha BANNER will select lots for nou-residents. "Get in on the ground, lloor." Plat can be seen at office of i 1't''t''t'OrrlC'R
f A special' meeting of the Y. I'.t;. C. K II. L. Anderson or address II. L. Anderson I.ock Box 125 Ocala, Fla. :
will be held in the Methodist church on
Wednesday' night after the usual church ----- S1a3ua
? All members requested -
rowtlnn. are

prayer DOM will to IMS be trarmartetl.present, as Important| bui- W. W. CONDON.'S: THE OCALA HOUSE.The E. B. RICHARDSON,

T. J.HISTON, l'n'8. -THE-

Go early' and ee the beat play of theReason New Jewelry<< Store I Finest Livery in the City

"Crias Cross t -nlgllt. 730. Remember I Shines with in
} replete everything
1 the hour and be promptly on -0-

k hand. Ample Ball after time the to attend performances the t SemiTropical are- hia lino.for Call yourself.and examine. Leading Hotel of the City. LKAWNG BALES STABLE

over. -. jlI Strings for'Mualoal Instruments a 1 11.M
.rt'sOckUwrab' River Steamer. Specialty.All -AND- GEORGE lcK.\Y.
Work on repair' | ol Clocks\ audi| Wal'bOuarantt'td. .


Borings dally except Sunday) at ten ((10)) d"lC3lo3m DESIGn ANT ESTIMATE
E oclotk a. in.-returning l' Springs daily except Muu jay on arrival I -Fuml ed oo. Application_ a
qJ or train from Ocala, which Is due U.23 a. I --- cOmc&RWIII.'fCI -.-
H- L. UAKT.w8feb2m DRS.G.H. & J. C PERI NE
m. :
: Orange
s' :! J. S. FRAIKR, A l'nt. Repainted I Inside and OutlI] Sixth e.
Resident Dentists. OCALA, FWBJI
R. E. YONGE A CX The Ocala Plum- MKKCUANTtr NAUOSALraiXK\ : B01LDINU -. -D- tau se-
'S' bets 'all and examine their Hue stock OCALA, FLORIDAAll 111

and vet good wprk at reaeonabl prices branobM of dentistry Teeth filled and F.VOWDEX: ,E
t ? dUldeclm preserved. KnoU crowned with porcelain or (told REFITTED THOROUGHLY WITH ELEGANT FURNITURE McFARLANE,
teeth. ArtlBrlal site tram one roxh to a full I set.Jtrtctly -OI1LIU _
t Not that Kind of Fonles.Mr ( flnt-rla dentistry at m.oh"ate prices
toots roweu 4 srcattrr ALL KINDS OF
r J.W. IVanon desires! the public to ._ -I FURNITURE .
t know that the Texas ponies he has for --- -- -0-
' '' eale are not the "bl1dml kind that are For Bale.
c a ?' cfOoula I their Tu.TUi.riTi; tfSPICTIO'f! or THE,.
teen on the streets giving BEAUTIFUL LAWNS AND ;CoXPUtI:
riders the grand bounce act, in sending One fine Devonshire\ also one new CROQUET GROUNDS 8''OCK 4KB LOW P14CB.
S' 4 them through the air like a diacharrgedrocket double nurrey. Jjiient! newtop 1m IN88
; The kind he Belle: are as gentle side bar boggy ; one new Hora! r a. Po man.
as dove, and warranted pound( limb Johnson spindle and one new two wheel -I IFOR"TYus 1-- FULLER t CIL4CErnca.clDEXfl3y51
also pair well matched,
I and wind. fblS d-w td road cart, one
medium bed young! mules and several .

The Red Grocery, Magnolia street, U good driving and work horses, also lie,* APPLY TO : : : : ',U M. THAYER, MAXAQU. OO dpllrki t&# tlon gre ae to Clown Bridnwork
the place to buy your .roct>rilW, era! excellent saddle! poni s for sale at -&0 the and alll"t-Clu.! pt'r&t1oo Ptrtaln!
A U. .... Proprietor. very low prices for nub. E. ROOT, OCALA FLORIDA. 11&al "rt.or au admlrnak,
', d Sldeclm! dfeblltd Livery A Sale 8 U ble. Ia11U pahuNibUUvUou, 'Lath Omc ln Oetltf o"rtUJ 4

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