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 9, 1889
Publication Date: 1883-
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
daily (except sunday)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 17, no. 12 (Aug. 25, 1883)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for 1884 later called new ser. vol. 2.
General Note: Editors: T.W. Harris, F.E. Harris, C.L. Bittinger.
General Note: Description based on: New ser., vol. 2, no. 14 (Dec. 1, 1883).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002052272
oclc - 18660476
notis - AKP0235
lccn - sn 88074815
System ID: UF00048734:00160
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BUDGET OF HOME NEWS Description of the Baby l>rr*""". A Compl'tlnJClrllne or 11alh.., to Arrlvulnnt our HotcU. CITY & CO(1T1'DIRECTORY

-- I The pnze dresses to be given by The :North Mmctlt1.t'MA.. Mar. 8.-Charles T. Intnnnn I

; : ; L, IHnIl-l;; ::1t-: Charles Rheinauer to the handsomest, To tttf Fdttor of liiinner: Akron. Ohio ; tienrgeC. llarnon 1

I bain and child at the U..uyIaO:: \\', to be have been greatly interested in an arli! iar.llnia, Fin. Dave, .". Little, Park j (I.'. CITY OFFICERS,
Go to Sanders' ht'hIlt : of today (Monday VanlH-water l I. I'. Huller, tardmia,
and get a box of b-e'ent the :Semi-Tropical Exposition c1t\ In the 1\mrt futon Mayor-Dr. Thou. P. '
;1 cigars for l(1.. building Marco :'JMht! have arrived, and ) in which it is staled that the 1>il'K- Jo'IA.j; J. H. K.. haw, John Kershaw, (t'lt'rlr--8.. I\\lurk.\ Gary t ,1 .
/ --- Y his have ollemi l the South Carolina WIII"rll'Rr nnll. Gar- Manhal.. K. lull -
exhibition store. -
are now on at tons, of Philadelphia ;
,.. 'f 'Y' don't you rail on "'" the> jeweler. Thee dainty little !garments are far too Atlanta A Florida Railwav.. a !bonus of dinia, FI*.; J. l E 1k'rstBirmingham. Ala.; IV A..r-I'>1 lector-. P I':..
; dbfebtd tlegantandbeautiful for any ordinarypen 1OCX\N)0( acres of land in southwest W I.. Davids, J. Hooker.( New York ;. TrrMurrr. R.,

', .. Don't fail to attend the auction tfleMrs. to describe, and must be seen to be Florida, to extend their road to Tampa. John Fabvan, Conant' ; Wi S. Brine, i'tt.Identof ., : ..... .
fully ap|,it-dated and at1lulft'd'bIt' for tII the road l is finished to Fort1'alIey Lima, (I.; JameH F, Knapp, New York : J.Bor T. oC..1t'rmt'II-J. K. Pmo, K':. VV. Agnew,
lAncantaT, John A. Rnw1I.I I. lbs>t, a..G.
Hood X Nash have a youthful the peneflt of> thne of our reader" who about 12o: miles from Thomasville 0 J' i'rordy, MKanom", Ha.; Calvin smash, 11. N. ('ball ''tw Masscotte cashier. may not be able to inspect them, 'we with the promise of 05,00 acH to Le Choate and wife, Citra, Eta 1' ; 11. E. Benson ball
will try and describe them as best wecan conveyed when the road is tinUhed to Fla.OCAI fiimtarrlnii! |> 'lor.--IV. T. Khiu

Saturday;April bth:has been named Tlumiasville. then there would IMJ 3K( ,,\ How, Mar 8 -F. S. Hangs: and COUNTY OFFICERS.(4Hinl J'

by the' Exposition manfti/.etuentallllChool The dress for the handsomest baby up miles to build to Tampa. It strikes Ole wife New York' I' M. Jew" 1'hiladel- : > Jod UlrbaM, \1I'(V>nathT.

day; to fifteen months of age is of Valendenmsiar a shorter route' and ,c* e inure easily! {phi ; Mrs F. fraks, E. D Thomson. CouniyCUrk h*rllt-! .-:. T. WII\I. A,,":Millor". \ i.

E. W. Frost Bays t he was the only luckysoldier / *. The lace skirt has two real> built could 1 b 41 found by extending the J.atlylAh ; 11. W. Bishop and wife, Eons-: At* 'M<>r-J. C. Matbowa. .., ..
that went to Ocala. He did not late ru tile* htMhf'tI( bv' an i inwrtlon\ of road to Dul'ont I on the d. F. A W. It. It., tie ; Dr. J. Malvin, wife and child Fruit- (:Olh'f.'lIr-II, T. w wtiuauu ('llrL ,

drill because he had no white .rotten the same, with rows of narrow cream then directly south to Ocala (or with a Il\nll1'ark 1'x.M.: Gray ; I D. Tillson, wife Trtanuivr;...lntrii'lent! K. of fj\r\l Public Inalmrtlnn-M. UOouuly

p&nla.-: Mrtrogolif. :; \ .' satin rib --on drawn through, while the branch running into Ocala) the road ruunuig and daughter, Maine'' ; Ernest: Pager, Talus to'l.mlrutlOn e ills
i + !baby waist is exquisitively trimmed down on the east side of tho town, Ixwbnrg ; K. (' Delhiy> Stnikbridge, <>>mmim.bumere--ll. \\'. U)r%; VV. P.
Miss Ethel bummers, a charmingyoung TTMUbam M. II. Roll, f >*>. I'crrtn %Y. r. Witllantwm -
) with insertions and ruthVs of the late (Him would give a road at least 30 miles Mich.; C R. Udall, Jacksonville ; D. H. ,
S lady 'from Nashville! Tenn., is a inched with cream satin ribbons bows? shorter than via ThumaMVille, ami I am MrAlpin.Jr., New York, W F. David, lime County Coiumlwlouem" tweet the lint Monday ;
guest at the Ocala liouse and is delighted Tin elegant) little )garment is as tight satisfied that a* Urge a litmus can be ob- J. S. Hooker. New York ;t.J. N. Stripling, lu every month
with Ocala and the ESl1o ilioll. and thistle down and will taineti 1 between Fort alley and Dul'ontas ''Borland ..whonllluar.1. E. 'i. T. Warttnann,
dainty as Live Oak, Fin.; I P. H. (:itnat{ M. H. Mnw-r, A U (.' "arrilli t.. l>urtiHrtuxil >e, +r
Fresh fish and HomosasM oysters nuke the sweetest baby look ten times has been promisetl\ l>etween thc ''or.m. Mrs. H. J. Borland, "Stptibenville, O; WE. Issued'niters 1 11:ul Monday:: lu every luoulh. l

daily at Courtney's market. omditd RS Hweet er place and Thomasvillo.Ismnta StenerHon, Richmond, VH.; l I.. Roth. COUNTY BOARD OK HEALTH.
--- --- -. The other for the handsomest child | fortnight at Pupont in |the rhlld, Dr. R B Kf nib.ill, D. !Stnrr: New
:Mr. H. J. Kosenburg, H now the manager from tin -t'n months' to thnc. vears.isex. early (part of February anti I am "sattyfied York ; F. 1'. M('MaUn. II. McAlliMrr.Thiladelphia Pesldeut--hn.' T. K.I'.trary.Nerrlary4 U. ,klphiirilnon. '

,of the JjoutbSide\ Hotel, Lake WeirIt tremely rub and elegant, (U'liitf' of pink that considerable land would bf ; .F. W. Mi-Alliwter, Baltimore Mend ers-nr apt, 1). A. South.>> Aulltouy,, SMeMu.A' ;
> Ie .Charming place for tourists and Faille Francaue silk, the skirt very given as a bonus in and around that James Murphy amid wife, Brooklyn 1'1. Mummer and 0. II. Irriu .
we trust it will have a liberal share of elaborately smocked ami finished in the town if the road pissed, I through the ; W. W. Condon ;!, Harris, Cltr. HOARD OF TRADE ?
patronage. back with long sash, while the l 1",1. of place one party offered to thej' 80uth of l I'rvM.leni .J. t.. Duun
-- the dress is of silk, with 1'11If.1 l yoke and the town :,rrtK( ) seres and all the :right ofnay The Banner Make n Ooiivcrt.rnxKHKtix flee l'r fiU'iil| -H, VVtaiticra. I

Don't fail to attend the auction.. tf sleeves of white, tlgtm-d. India nilk, anti And lor stations, anti lea for Secrctar H-wrJof/( Win iTpri or Foi-,\.II. Man. Jr ,0. IRlieln- '
--- -- with plush finish This \mii! "IIe allair all the road leading through his lands. N. Y., I'cb.27,1939. aver, Jno. K Imuii, J. II Llvlugetm It ;A.
R. It. Coburn, of the Chicago Restaurant <-I\111"t.1I811 the ladies<< to indulge. in all the Mayor DupontHSHured me 100,000)( acres Ldtior& If the Ocula llaniur.D : 1vcahen.1Vm. Fez &nllA, VMmi MB z '

will begin Monday to till up the rhapsodies and exclamation. points, or more cotiTd be secured between Fort *AB SIR : I received a copy of the BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCfA-
t depressions: and holts in the strict leading oJ which the ft'I1Ilc'vcjI'uhtr)' conmsts, Valley and Dupont'ow would it not ItAWKBRafew days since from some un- TION. ,

)to the Exposition! ground. This is and i 1I11t.'t'l1IUl! W the sterner( > "X al"'o lo be well frr the Ocala people or some ofth'Q known friend, and like it so well that I I'rrddentit.. \M1merViiM a
s thE right kind of enterprise.The wish they hud a chance !" compete| for more promlnent'citftuis to'take this incloM one dollar fur one Yt'ar.lunl>MrrlrI I 1'J't..I&.I--.1..: lHlon) ....t.KtnUry .
and wear this handsome garment matter in hand and look it np If they tion. I have had a taste of Florida climate and Tnajiirtr.--1iniliFox.IVianlot 'ts
auction sale at Condon's j jewelrystore These garments werespecially selected l have not done HO. Let such a direct line I Itrcelrrs--I I. r I lamaittrpli Isaac !lIe' ]
and fruit, and would like more of DHl. Hriinii, \1. F i i.hel" A. F.. ieltwcsp U. I). sLacharlu
is Mill drawing large crowds of I by Mr Rheinauer from H leading New strike the backbone of this State" making it, that not to be reproduced at present' and K. A. Burfonl). '
and many are now carryingwatebes 1 York houne, and are well catiuUted' to a straighter\ and shorter (hence l.cau/have the next .thing to it, a weekly OCALA RIFLES 5.1
that our jewelers ''were never sustain and enhance the' enviable reputation quicker) !lill. to the North, and*pQu Willat report| of the prosHrity| nnd enjoymentof /Aiu-.4<<;e.!. A, Nuh
able fo sell. It appears that the auction I which he has also av- enjo> eiiiil-U. II. M. ('nlllle1l.tleron.1 ) .r
baa created a demand for jewelry thatit connoisseur in thin matter of dress country and Marion will be a t benefit to our jewelers for --- the rotItlon\ which she now claims, tho dmmiiHed. there while deniM'nn
|' we" t>oor FIRE COMPANY.
.years to come. Big bargains( will be offered Ocala to go to Jacksonville.Tbe "A No. 1" county of the !State. of the North are Hlnvering. in Arctic Clilef-T U taiica* ,>r.

,i to-night.. : l betingliJiitIIi, night ,IQ( the I am not |rsonally, interested in or blizzards. Further. I have a little interest 'OI'\'lIIan-Mallrlre lihitnaurr.
'PeraVTropicAl 1 oftic! to dh cu' wars and around Ocala: but am here to writo ii{) in your sister t town,, Silver Springs aiiMntantUmu. Yolk
Dr. It. I). Fuller of popular this region of and the Setni- H ruuda lHt''nl-W'. U MarthalLH
one our means to get up a monster excursion country Park.. Ho I may hear how Silver Springs cniaryJ.. II. Hallflt.Twtutj .
dentists having taken in the military tram March) 14th,Ocala lay at the bul- Tropical for Northern (papers, but having Park is getting( along through the BANNRK. '.live members ti's.
and their ball, the Exposition's new attractions lVipicnl, JacL. .oiiVilI J,,.was well tttoaded been here three times hd,>rt<. 1 am iin- Hoping your fair may prove a HOOK AND LADDER COMPANY.

,; and enjoyed a delightful fete by our prominent and\ representative i,t\"ttIe,1,I that this! place and county van grand success, I am very truly yours. }'real.l"n'-Atttaro Palmer
tftt with one Superintendent ,Payne'saccomplished citizens, and a train was chartered: for (H made the "hub' around which the F. I). i VLLxll. Foreman.III.lIenILA"tllt.ant !
and fair educationally successful t-'VX) A collection was lulled for and whole State will revolve if energy I is put -W Ui Ktrhanlnon.. -
lieutenants, has returned to his J150 raised on the apol, healed bv II \\'. into this matter, and the "iron made Lot Deeply Urat f\aI. I Twenty tu ial ra.TULUUA .' r
home at Brooksville to fill pressing busi Agnew' for $25i and sanni Klnount.colltri-, by Mtrikin ." LODGE NO. aa, I. O. O. K.ttMrrti .
We take this met hod thank
; engagements.. buted each by John F. Dunn and James h ins writing the above a prominent friends { every Turwlay ennfn<<.J) 3
for their
A. Harris, while lesser eubat'iipiiumi gentleman to .whom I mentioned timesubject our many numerous W. II ('haulsN.. U.I IVV.
Don't. fail to attend the auction. tf made the b lanct'. assured me that H road leading nets of kind lu-ss! and gcnerou} words of M hllllM.| teurotary.All t
-- --- sympathy, t'xprm4st'd.01111, in the late yUlllnu brothers eo"Uall Invite 1i 6
south of this towards
) The VlxpoHition management. will i is- almost: directly
The entertainment given last evening illness anal burial Hcrvicen of our IIUH-! OCALA CHAPTER NO. 13, R. A. M. p ,
of the
6f would "
tickets invitation whUh will make Tampa np mule
sue open very
a by the Australian Tea tnt'nl of song, thetrlj'toJackienvilleon ;M.-Ja 14tb, finest lathis in the 5>'ate and by cuttingHnriuiulo band and father, Mr. B N. (Redding( tk'\\. ('''.Iter. NIK pa. K A. U. Coimxalloni i
music and veutiiloquisui at the << cutinU almost in For such unfeigned evidences! of material ors Monday night In every month. +
fO ride. equal
wool a } ) harts| ii. r
i for and !I. w. lore,
House treat
help cheering and
was a rare our
: comforting
i Hurrah for Ocala Day at Jacksonville, would give a lm of railway an enormous J, H. KiiiZKft KcrvtaryPKKSUYTRKIAN.
children: for whose t'flpecia.det'ctatiln\ ] an.llt.t Ocala demonstrate not only her amount of fi. i ight, &c., all of win his words of condolence: / we fuel deeply CHUKCH.
it was furnished and their thanks of appreciation grateful and return our heartfelt thank. ,
nhriiitted fur the
numerical but what is most renpeclfullv
+. are due General\ Bullock, to strength, better a.'lIlrillllllat'lJI that their thdtiuhtfulncw Key: W II. UOTW U>, r..lor.atit y
whose thoughtful: kindness and and !grander in the make up of humtn- consideration" of lour< readers by"a < !>atri iwrvloiat 11 I A, M a1l.I' r. M Sunday< "
it', .hat we have appreciative and rec ip- paratiVearranger.; JOHN N. I LAKK. flfoh.,1 at II;:VIA M, ; VVwIiit wUy evviilriK twtura
(generosity, they owe the evening'spleasure. local instincts and warm hearts ; that /10flt'IUsh !Hotel :Ionlt'zum.lKr.. grateful renienibratud/ ) of' their neighborly ..1'1:111.: !:iaa"'f\'f" !, 1 bo public cordially luvlted ..
and humane
contracted ideas control EPISCOPAL CHURCH
4 our
that Don't fail! to attend ton auction tf :MHS 1-:. J. REDOING.
thoughts or acts ; Florida is large /
.Mr..t. C. Jones social oorrwjondentof W. A. RKUDINO.CHUltCIl KKM. r H. WILMIK Hector.h .
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for all of
)' Mmufacturtr's Record of Baltimore enough! us and that we should\
be and band of brothers Age-HernM. rvt<_. every Biui-Uy at 1):11: : a. in, and 7 19 p.
/. Md. H in town to interview are a ; believing t
our NOTICKH. m., klanilaM ilmu seats true. HuinUy K boot
Exposition managers and the citizens of ) that no one portion of the state can Another Anslrnllan Plan. al: 8 n., W. n. t;tiaiot*''rtani.HiUHfluuiuWta.Mr. .' .

f! Ocala to see if they.desire to have their share l'rOlll"'r'' | its bat material that advancement all must in a and degree !South Australia, which "a\'o tile world \\'hero0 Wornhlp To-morrow. : O. J. Farmer; >'( the (islmisitIe
. manifold attractions appear in (I'M widely progre C- the !svHtem of voting which has l>een HO Record and II"HO l\it'
I__ circulated and Influential journal. widely adopted, has! ma lo another initiative MKTIIOHIHT Cm'Rf'lI-.J. B. ]#v, pastor, married, lu-t night." King, were

;; t'Too much of that kind of work can not Don't fail to attend the auction tf move in adopting the Henry Georgw( :Morning service\ at 1045.: subject "< JOH. -
7 be done ifeood\ busmen judgement i is --- single tax idea. All taxes am 1\'I\lon pel| Contracts. ." Evening: servftv at 7: IS, Fiiuiid.

Y v ''I'.t.' shown in it. The JVlt nora Chautauijua. land without regard( to improvements. subject : "A Symbol All In'ilCdSeats. A pur-H rontainlnvrHOine' money and a

t, ___ .-1---- Mr. DORA) FLA. March 7 It in said that ,one reason for' tins. IH : free I'Hliers.BviTi miMiior'ndiiin. It)) iniving( property
e' : Prof! Mreator, of tin? OI'AII"al'ed 1889. that they have had' lIe\'f'rallltlOI/IM illilit. I. and pawn I'I, .r thus ndvi.niMiibnt, i wti-
chool accompanied bv two of his To the Editor of Runner : flourishing ; sort \r Cm .icn-C. II. Nash .
I. '. ;.tS assistant English colony UK-ID IMH &, >>IM. er can have it.
. 'i-.t !!, Miss Con Zcagler and\ Mi s Our Chautauqna: takes ,place' this been nome' harm done by real estateHpetulation. l 1 Morning >It'1.1'0 bv. n.? K Allen of N. J.
,Fannie Clarke, leave on the evening March ItJ.2t4 In :-uiva! ." The association year OoAl prOlf'tt( that ought I'ra) ('r'III1't'tJ..,; at 7, Pin. Evenln: f 'rvl.w7 lt -li7oallt"IU, 1'Ajrrn.UHVIIHT .
.. t 'tiam for DeFuninc, to attend the Teach- has arranged for an excellent program/ to 1 le unproved/ lies vacant iH'iiui-ie the ;;W.mibj\ : Clio Work of theholly htvn\ ni'trnc City

.'J, 1'" 'era' nwtiiigand enjoy a feaxt of reason under the mfl-t trying ii rell mstanera. owners prefer.tu keep it for purges of Spirit( council to uHHem all real and personal
f.-, :; at the Ch utanqua{ which I U now In PCS This Chautauqua is not a land scheme, trade. !_ propi-itv Hcilij i 10 (taxation that 14 within r
.;,I '# : eion at that charming Walton county rAt purely benevolent i in its character de- U, rellavins all irtpiovementu" for There will no doubt lw larger crnaJsat tint city lliiiiiM at Its true value, notice

.e ., BOlt Superintendent Payne, autia- landing for its maintenance on the sup- taxation and making; la.>d bear the entire the auction s.lle lit ( ndon'" j jewelry IH herfliy given to all i p'rsons/ owning
' 1 t' pates joining the j arty if his preying ]port of all true friend* of such an ..nt r- burden of supporting the !go\ern- store tonight! : Ono feuturw the auction real rntstn or |>erAoiial (properly within
.'e' work will permit. mvnt it in thought that will has Info give away or sell at a mere limits
__ Every:; person i is iiitcrfwtttl in mote mout-v llieHly of Ocala, to t-allllt my 1
higher eduratioti on religious be invectetl In improvements! trifle lot f useful !good at the beginning I t.lHcH within) this next
; D< 'Uan to atfciyl' I the all \i ,tJ.', tf in music i and art. The ( :.hautaiKjua topics( and af Th* ex| Timent/ will!he w, .it tdl..1 l with ) of die\ eels BO that the first comers give, nu' a 'oIllJlIf'tI icrlptton twenty, shays of and all j

r- w ";. )Ir. \Vif1 J. Block, The a Ivance1 agent fords such and therefore is great public great interest by 'political tcoi"iiiihlH get the benefit of low | rices. their projierty and its value ; otherwise

# of the Maud Atkm-on theatrical "troupe 1 benefactor of int't'llruILlt.8lut'. Hoiv over the whole world.; In: thn! country/ Notice to Tax 1'ayerN. shall aw*'!*" and value the same as the w

;., made us H .pleasant\ call to-day and assured ing to see you present at the scsakq I the majority is natUlicd with' the plan ofraising law dlrettns. OtlkQ\ In kh.r' store, m

us that the 4i:"inpanv! which the rl'main. Very trulv.W '. revenue h\_ .. taxes on itujnirt. II Wartmann, ifMinly tax colln-tor.! Miller blotk. III| E. MrlvxK. ,
,brllluiu aiirt* lead, laude uf the tti.ist t (i. WRII.HT. Ss.s'y, -- ----- is making" the rounds of the county, anti ''ity'1'u Assessor ,
Don't fail to attend the lion will not be I m his, Ocala) oMh'f' to ,,'he .
in the country and will give i next week I Referring to the above, "'e ; ": some of the anent presentations of |1laYK I say Dour readers that the Mt. Dora taxes or answer lettentuntil the 15th day Nursery. ;
r'r'. Chautauqua romcieods itself Its Kelma Time of Man'h. The 'lax tanks, for the >- The finest and brat u'
in the Opera House! bat ba ever Loon I 1 list of reception l variety of orange
in this, city. Theplav on speakers and teachers is a brilliant one, Annrxatlon. of taxes will be open until the let tree-s for the least money, to l loe had of l
.,) Monday night is the beautiful one of and those who will attend its. session Tre people, nf Wwl( Florida are anx- of April. f>7 d-wtf J, W. ct .'. I U. \Vun., 1

'Jlngomar." Seta can be secured 1 of 1 will frriHinly enjoy a feast of reason. ifuiHtoF.., annexed trt Alabama If a ielltetl ter"It'e. wsrebtd. l lleview, Ha.
Managtr Sylvester at the Ocala Houee.Don't Excursion: rates will prevail on all the vote wen taken' on time Mibjtxt of annexation '
rt( ; ; .--L-- railroads to-dav by tin people of that There will be I.cnterrS"rvkt.s at ( rate: Not that KioU .of I'uultle. 1

fail to attend the auction.. tf section of the Mate timersis liltlo doubt) :[ on Monday, Tues -- -- ---- Hatred Concert Tomorrow Afternoon that it would be carried by a large majority. and, Thursday afternoons at 430: p. m., know that &.he T..asprniess h.. han for

AI'roapecttveT Wedding.Word I at the Kxponltlon, by l-rof. & .. t" JlI. the business reUiionHamPvfi and nn Wednesday( and Friday evenings tale are not the "bucking" kind that are ;
UnthT Hand.U4Rb lhMB ,' Flori5J and 7:31: >. wen on the street of
corpFp tq pt tilts looming that a I i' r ith'AUUiuia.m)< qf Went, are __ riders .the grand bounce Ocala giving. their
will take pll&l".t -'''ltal"rr" rrnmttM ItMeui I"'D'.slriuvrf The Urrlu.ry.Ktj/Wphl- art, In Mending
Epiphaoychurcht Overture- UUIUu lull'.......... ...........kaui' rally and w cially 1 lielongii to thin Mate Ready \r Work.I them through the air like a tlillChartM
the bt. Austin next l'.n bratte -" Jerusalem the I klden" lGuurma and! i I.. nwewary to complete thin I have a '''mH tent workman now In rocket. The kind he smells are as gentle.
The is none other I CUiluet r* U>-"$ DoJ Air symmetry (
Wednesday. groom raL a.*A. A.AlAlnE Varle'.Nruyut of state lines and the commercial my shop. All kind. of harness work sa doves, arid warranted sound! of lim, +

i c than one of Marion county's citizens prominentand who If'tloloLa Plus Bel ."_.... ... wM'aLUradi pro r"' ritv of our neighlxjni: and! ournelvoa. done with neatness and dispatch. and wind f hlS d-w td .
public spirited ably I I/Oen for Cornet amid harttne ....'itkrteoj Why not then mike genniuo: effort Rmcii 2td 2tw Trf("' Hf'111.
and filled a government eliaa aaaaas .
honorably a' n 11.11.' Notice
The bride (is highly accomplished La ('arnalu._Deetrliet.UrleiKal F'leee..AWA position. a The tau piece represeuu. a uran roaring the Altl-sma The proposition i i. not a new Grocery Magnolia .trwr. Ie X11 lJJSnIiV? 'V4. (tom: the> 1-IJXWlt.;
and brilliant young lady, a dew' The cancan II heard coming the dli one It hat been considered before and &the place to buy your !r1'werlf1ll. lon, signatures of K. hoot &
former resident Detroit, bat Ut&Ar St..lugnCl1i'f'j Unc-tben approam Lea and DI&rt'bftl lbfuu t '11. ZACIIAKIAII lA 11:. n
1 ; [ town and Cheu steely 4U frM.n. i ) the is worthy of serious action now. The d 3ldeclmR. Proprietor. JUfhar), on and' T. 1). Lanca-
adopted be'tKrfcfcjnia&yaonUl wllr draw to na&l.- oond Church 15; ,._ ...,,,.ttomOto 1 legislature would do splendid work if it -- per the btt used DU or before )larch 10 )

pme'Marion'a him in The lottery of life.son Full particulars VTh ft concert wilj omA! oce at'3:J o'clock with would Florida appoint| a this com mission to confer E. YONOM A O.Tb.Oca1a Illuw. u new tickets bejgg not, btt._'Ged.aacwpteal!, after date

of th nuptial ceremonies by oar and will, be a /are musical treat Let of on subject The annexation ben. Call and examine their floe stock: Eo
West Florida HooT.ma
to Alabama
special nprter. there be1 a large attendance.' would Uof ratt benefit to both states. and dSldeclm vet good work at reasonable prices It:. Ihcuaawoa.

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F. E. HARRIS to Dunwlin, FloriI> to \\1t.1( Expo: "ltfon During the M. ntlirt fIr ; 1i: uer'sSpecial I
__ __ I' none th? marriage: of the. Duke of :South-; Mnrch ami .\1'.11.
I 1-rlniid. to :Mrs. (lllair, which rx-cflretl I on It iM .1t reeil betwwn n the pa' '". engeraz : I
i the 3rd inst. The marriage was! a quiet |I ione -nt" of thi K. H.IcCo.n'" i the Jt'ff l
!I Bishop!! \Ve<<.t,1 ollinntmt' The weiiMink j I' & K. W. (b., that on special county days '
j hrf'lkfa"lla' htu at a ",,0\11': i I Weir Fla.
i { that reduced rjitt* obtain only jfbr. pOintsI I So. Lake
] hotel. 1 kept by I We nuke fh* following extracts from .
while on general days the rates are good
I the IItrnlr report : for any |IItJlutIn! the State on those hues. Sale Sixteen miles south of Ocala ; on I
i No"MNiner wan the taMe cleared then Bishop Putnam and 11i1l"1J)ro Dav-March: Inch 1 1 bluff overlooking<< the whole I
Weed<< got ou .hl. Episcopal:| l leg I and In a few 131 h. general of Beautiful Lake Weir." _.,.
4I | well chosen and (gallant remarks roxwed| the folk County Dav- March lothHumter :) : :
health the now Imtcbca of Soiitberland. Ho !+ County Itev) -March ID.St. s.
< laid that she' hail tome among them a ranker l I t. Augustine and! Viwo Days. OF HCKS MEETS ALL TRAINS
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ajxl bad" 11..le l herself U-lovol by a charity and, Columbia and Agricultural Col. (. .

_---- goodwill that war M graolou n* It Mirnro.AU i |fpp Day) -:March ?!nll. A lectuie' of Fine Boating, Sailing, Gunning
The ren (:ol; IJaUJNe1J: i ia anew >r three time three for her Kntrelhe Duke, I agri: nUural and horticultural interest and Fi+hing.
publication just Marled by the Imminent :fang to bin feel aud lrt."C4 the meet corllilVentlmeiu will\ he ,delivered' by Prof. Whitner In the! .
s of that for the I if>ple ot Florida In general KxiMisition; auditorium.dainesville .
to Reasonable
men city thoroughly reprent Terms $2:50: per day.
:* their Interest and to promote tile and of Tampa amid Dunedin In Articular, and U.ty-March ''Cth.I DRESS GOODS !!;
Lest material Interest of the important though he did not 1&110 In Ifl many word, he .('on and Lee Countya Day-:March Rates by Week or Month.
Intimated where he bad foundhligreateot |
:seaport city of Pensacola, and West pla Hly that here 281 h, !general I
Florida. It is a 7 column, 4 pane f>ai>er. happiness, he would! also make hit llernando County and Havnnnah, Oa Addres !
with telegraphic'news, and In editoJ permanent home. Dav-April 4th, general.!: Cajtt. li: Jt. Inyorf
with ability, while ita local columns are 1'rof. Poott then n*|><>nded to the. toast "The ', April 8th. "th and, 10th will be devoted' Manager.
I replete with the happening of the day. I'realdeut of the United Statea Mine hunt, to the' display of vegetables.'
We welcome it to our exchange Hat andy Jorge L. Jones,:>poke 'lor "Hueen Victoria:" I>r.Hafford Levy and Nassau DaYII--\rlrll llth Ladles PIne !Broadcloth KaU JioO) and J3 per day.
wish it abundant cnccrsa. "The Ijidlim. C:.D)1. Walton toasted"Mr. general Opon AH Year
Jonei." Dental) l ('onventiotl--April 11th, General. ____ ___ .
And no the fun went ou until the nun, looking I.
The >raIICIJVernm.IIL hart
Jent!: a"l.ro"ri.sted
$200,000 to havd the United States itself like a great yellow orange, lowly iliiuippearlng J. O. Cl.A RK E, O iln. W. WIIJJOX, 60 and 45 inches wide, [1-BIRDSEY & CO.

|)ro pet ly represented at the Paris Kxposition behind deep grecu fringe of orange Secretary President. "
and the Jacksonville Board of trees and withdrew hit nulling countenance ('. W. C 4.Mi'HFtlSr.? <;<.n. :Manager.\ ,'-y.
Trade has signed a petition asking the from one of theI"'t remarkable weddliut parties -- 80c., 90c. and $1.Worth I. I --0- ; '._-
Legislature of the Slate"' to make it RUIall, ever awwrebled on thli coutl l'Ilt. I \ CurI. i Wholesale & RetailIX
,. that Florida have George fireenvllle Wllllma HoutherUnd:\& I.ever- '.
appropriation BO ,
L ran Dr.) It W. !tttlt'Y.I. and' car JoInrgl'oniUhlll.le from SI.7. to .
aon-Gotter, 1\. (I.. third Iuko or Souiberland, S2.X. # _
L 44 an exhibit there. We want to nee Florida I professor" of diseases of tho eye -----[ I IX- I .. .
born Ir f'JtJmIJl'r I1' !*>, 11.11't'ltllClt.eol\ at .
i ;, properly represented+ and aa Ihesa wee on I. and ear in the Indianapolis Medical
a ident George Wilson, of the Heini- Ktou. College, also! Assistant Surgeon In the
v ''S Tropical, is one of the ( cxjinmiwionrra In IsO. he married Annie daughter of John ( '
( Illinois l lye and Ear Infirmary, and Assistant !II lJlIl\\dftIOttIiS
'"" have every reason to believe that she I Hay Mackenzie. plumes: of ('roniartli in her I j Surgeon<< in the Chicago: Eye and ALL WOOL I ( ( \\ ( .
and mistress of the robes to the
*'ill\ there in good shape own right ,
:t get | Ear Collctre. will be in Oc.ilaon) the 15th
Queen and their eld vnt mirvlvlng MUI.. the Mar- .
-- 16th and 17th. days: of :March for the
The I'vjtutat'um of the United States Hill of bUtlord, Matter of the North tUaOYird- i purpose of treating andiHt'a"el' of the COLORED HENRIETTA, -()-
' January 1. 1Kij), was clone' to Mi:0UOO> ihlre hound w" horn III 1 1"-.1 I life grace reprenented ( i eye and enr ; chronic some eyes treated (',\ LA, i t i (II FLORIDA
for the immigration during the previous '.he county of Smitherliind, In the (louse I 3m xtuyhI
and cured without the use of caustic.
twelve months was 318,518!) and at the of (Viininoim from ln5J' : to Iarl l. wht-n on the death i 4O (Inch OH wide, -
Healw has a full\ lime of glasses of thebest ----- -- --
of bin father he wan raised to the I' ",T (Lowe' ,
rate of Increase nlaItdMnelforthree |>| ,
previous I quality, and can tit case that
decade, with the actual immigration and he ha also been major commandant of the I any }
can be lilted with glasses and at. reasonable I I
added each year, I thu imputation Ftr t HoutherUiul Kllle Volunteer since I 10. I prices' Consultation free. Office at 55c. alacc I lif) Store) !
should have, reached the figure above He own 1,176x41.eree: with a rental of if>7i se i, Mnntexmiia' Hotel. Circumstance"" over
r yiven.'At the aamn rate, if the immigration chiefly In the county of Kotm.J'i'otland, and bAA I which Dr. ll.trtly bud no control {1m- I
during the period remaining done an Immense! deal to lniiroTebl. property.
vented him';" filling; bi" former appoint-
1' should amount to 800XJO( ,( the population ( | mMit, but then will be no further. disappointment --0.. -
at I Ihs date of the next e' ..n'lHb- A MaM-nttnlN 1\11"U"t.! but What | ill&6v It Worth SI.OO.
July 1, 1800-would, tx' about fl7.UOO,000.< > < Is Thl+? t WHOLESALE
The increase U now Inure than 1UU.UUO( )
month. Florida with all herblen-tingsbeauties
-- of nature pod ht'A"hfnlnt'/II
i\\' : Indian School -the yellow fever, the freeze and ........... ....-................-................................... I
titatistica of the Indian schools under --oVE WEKK ( COMMF.SrlNU Special Inducements in Drugs !
r )An.: emtnent. of I the (iovt!rnmentrhow, the failures, have a deprecsin effect, .........---..................'.....-....'.....-..........- J 1
a steady growth In the Important| work that is only overcome: by men having MONDAY, MARCH "TH1 -0-

.of Indian education. There! are eighty-' HUtncient confidence to stake their brain*, :........................ ....-1-.......1l.'Ipeelal .................................... : Our Clothing and -ALL KINDS OF-
five'days II ated under contract, with an attendance.of there is fault that KoiuUonal I Actreu,
1" 4 l5; aizty -nine boarding nchooltf, and one l pernicious ;works : ...................... ... .......... .......... j OILS, STATIONERY, TOILETAND
forty-nlne contract schools,!with 'an attendance far \greater' injury to the growth of the
of 7.128D, and eight industrial State than all the others f'Imhillt'oI-tho'! .............. ......... .. ......... ..................... Shoe Department .
training schools. In all there are :233: l habit of drones whom i
upon( a gemrumgovernment
And her care lllr mein'ted rest In a repertoire : FANCY
schools, an enrollment of 15.212:!, an average bestowed lands in vilify irg i of lII.'velll7)( ) Monday night\ the i ibesutl'tul ARTICLES _

f w. attendance of 1,420.). The exp|..'.nsu earnest men who by hard, work succeed 'i ....................Kr&II.. .. ,:...........II..ldrllINGOMAR........................ i iI .: In ,
last, year was $1. 1,74K. In si* yearn tilt in bringing .settler into their vicinitv. i I I Complete Stock !
'average attendance increased 'from.",IH) :! I have in view men (and regret to in'IU.'A i ..tj .

to 11,420. I ( women) who if they see a neighlxjr '! 0. Rheinaoer ill lro.SHAKESPEARE) --0- '" oF
COMING smiling over a basket of roses, cannot o. We handle
TilKY KKKl: rest until some thorns are thrust in with Headquarter none but the finest cigars

-- the Mowers, men who uiihlushiiigly I .. .... ...........- .. ................... .: for Wall Paper and Jardra Seeds
assert -
The Bible HnynV* ni" nil Itight.e that lands joining I their own I I Elegant cnntumei, i bimillfnl; utajfe MttlnR;, ; [J ) WRIGHT A FHAZKR,

rZ'It I'liiLAUKLi-niA, TA., Feb 22?, 18SI) (neglected' homesteads,,) are bed to breed I : inKitnlllc'cnt... ............ ...senery..................Read.........pres... ......omuienlii.................. : ---- -. ------ ---- PVBLZC8a &sx : : :

JSditvrofthe Ooita( Runner: fever", malaria and |*'sl Hence/'are sterile : -(:IIAS( E OF I'l.AY NKJHTLVI'rlroi ......... ..j: i' !1..... ....... r OcataPiatdamx .
.. SIR : Please find enclosed one dollar hammock''wont raise( any thimt." The luxuriant :, -.-. -. .. : .........-..-....! I'B I ......-. ......... --- .,
to their
insaneheads .
for your l part'r. which furniahen sued ixM-ome : sit iimitl.; Seat now on tale i at healshouse i .... : .. I : ...
of the "Kden( of "scrubs, while their
cool general knowledge Newt Hand. iUiclitit
Florida." ,, neirlected will produce the "finest," ...... .. ... .. .. .. ... ..... -:............... -. ..., 1 Millinery !Millinery !1 'i>: '
t I Keep up (the good l information and is health-giving'; and so' lovely that the _

; when! thu people of thin section who ate angel, of night sit on thin rotten fence f 111(15.I'.UARY. :M. 1I Ik .......... .....-.-..... ... ..... ......... .. ................ .......... t
subject to aa many chanceHof weather asS rails flapping their wings; in pity for tlie --SEAS SAIL-) : I: Our Milliner h home

:.JuIICph's'lOal, will pet to know the op- obtuse mind so blind to the nauseating !1 TRULY. . : .............. ...... ......at........ -....again......... j:i iJ ij
S tortunltbxt comfort! and hap dneei to he effects of its venom upon' the unwilling :: ; ;di;; : j ::
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tiIH laIn! will your come lied your' favored way. section The take listner.advantage Such 1Ul't1 of every are of opportunity a, class that to Twenty Room,",eren Agnew years A (Oary enperli'iice niock. OCALA.In Florida ; .......taken. at it* ebb.. 1 leads.. on to fortune.- ........."..-.... i i ....- ............ .................THE. ........ NORTH... ...... j jWith :

, mourn Mlnri rJ'l'opt'ctfullv.llArilK,; I'. Illlll.k. I conceal the newcomer and l n thorn sociability.<, thinking in the roses People it ,a, they sign blind of.proffer welcome to i Discaaee._ __ <1 nSra__-I|anl0.87lyH. :i ....?;AND.....ANDTHK.NOW.OKAHPI1;. .18.YOCR rORTCXK- ATONTE:(.'. i.S'.Is:.,.,:YOl'RS.LISTEN.. .. .... I r ........................-.....(........a...Full...........and...........Compute....-....................Stu'k....................of..................r.r--' .

North Broad utreet.Authonjr P. EAGLETON, i FINE
I't 111 and 113 the t'.isgtut! : of intelligent buyers. Ark I M IILLIN.gnY.I

a .... their lives 1'0 clouded with l ignorance _...--Dealer> 10...._ : ......... I : ....
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ands Her Fruit Tree'*. that they think an unseen providence REAL ESTATE. i :O---EverythingFiM4'iasa..a: ( : r::::: ::

The Methodist chinch I is rapidly( I i i. e. gall) is watching over them while i ( o-oGOODS GUA1UNTIELa-)

h approaching new completion. When tlnbhcu traducing\ : their prosperous: neighbors ? -1- .................. .............. .:......:........................ .... .....- o .
it will be the finest church in Marion Why should/ one when hU neighbor) U! ..._Improved and l Unlmprored...._. I : I : .

county. picking roses, think to delight the multitude i I .--.... .........................;........;............................. : :
The plum lieos present a beautiful appearance I by shouting out. his discovery LANDS. GROVES. ETC. i i MR. WX HAlO JI'HT STARTED FOR THK i: .T1.
at. this i time. They are each an thorn4 Ilotti toilui manly <"II't. 1 i NUKTHKRMARKEts.!: : AM WILL i'

immense hoquet of snow white blossoms, Who has not. heard of them pure watersof I -I-II t I .............HUT..... .....\...."WHAITISU"............ ........ UIO..... ............ :: ( Square gala, Fla. i

and being ,so numerous they attract a the Blue ((or Weklwa) river that flows I WKIK I'ARK, FLORIDA. i ............ ........... -
deal of attention.If up from the hems clitof time,'al tll'?! Water =STOCK OF GOODS= ; ............................-...-............
4 r'r abort the time people can desire ammiplirh to know In Florida what a., that. has aa fresh been MM"kept when for msliing months, through: andcmalled I' __ fldwlmI. I ::::::::::::::::::::.AND.:WC. :MV!T:HAVEXM ::.::.:.::::.::::.::: I i :::::::;::::::THE REDUCTION::::::: 1!

ilu uui}t'rh.t6UC Mr. I.J. '' the rocky formation and) sand, that. forms I I. J, BROKAW ... ............. :::::: 1 1.i ,;
f' theyebouldla TJrokaw a visit.) It la almost. incredible the bed for the gentle Wekiwa' -water I' I .............. .-. _._- ...........................---..........-
i'a that has been the drink of -I-II II ;; ; -.1 ,
tf to a new comer that trees could make the fortunate ( ) TO PUT .
such growth in a year. As to the great dwellers upon her banks to "stink" I THE MARION COUNTY NUR-. ( A 1 -.i I OF STOCK;; r.-!
products by him makes such sacrilege, O venus thou that scarcely I II CUANCKTOSHOW: Th EM: .

4 the variety ey"a of those who!grown imagine the sole BUllicvMt thyself in other countries I SERYMAN. : '1 1' IMK TO BELL THEM. 1 1i i ...............-...-.........................................-.........
:producU of Florida' to be pine trees and with jewels, diamonds, precious stones, ...:- I i : S'- ... ...
,. .orange*,open very wide. gold, purple., music and spectacle( are I I OFFERS TO TUg PUBLIC I A riNK LIRK' i .......OMK.......:..MONEY......:........TO......PAY........FOR.........TJIKM.s .................. MEANS' GOODS'AT ''T*-*" .
The orange groves in IhU vicinity here satisfied' to shed vour lustre on the ..... * AND
1 young Mantles of rival-Wekiwa. OF NDRSKRV 8TOCK-QRAPBVINfes : I : .' "... i -rr... ......... .,..BELOW' COST.
looking tine, and in a few years your Both ) If you Naiit.nylAfugfnlGe.; ofDKES8CiO01X4 -- _......._
are ............................ ...... ... ... ... -- ,4'
thU will be an orange" center. the handiwork of the supreme being.To A 8PCIAIJTT.djan52m = .-. .............. .............------. ..
i )lr. K. II. Bwain: baa in his grove at I be caught bathing in the !btinkln : ..... ....... ................... ;- .. ..............................- : -- -
I n this place, SOUM of the oldest trees I In the waters-g\> thou Venus, wrap thyself mi I ADDHCM, Antb'''ny Fla.I HLANKE1X.CUUKS I 0_
i i I ma-hubbard and i HATS.SHOK !
State.Leitner They before were the planted war. by The hills.tint Jacob ten i i a the club of truth the mercilessly head of thy beat slander with I .......-........................'.. ..... '...... ...................!....ANUCTOTHING._".. .-..-f --.-.-- ... .
famous Lake until his bonded 1 knees are worn sore .:;"HARNETT HOUSE -- -
acres of the Orange grovesat : :=::: ( -"'-"'
Citra were !budded from one of these against the soil his hog fed I carcass has I "TilE i l -"""-

: trees aa well aa the Church groves at fattened upon stinking," 0, )'e spirites :. .M......................................_................_ ::. "- -...-.........---PLACK._.
r tithes ana what do -1- -. .... .. -----.r.
:, Citra. 'gators, can we to --- -.. ..rr..r,,,,,.
1 Many are skeptical concerning; pine propitate then Commune in your translucent LEATONli 1-OffLAR HOTEL OF- :. .i i" : : i. I :

land not producing fine orange trees, depths and !bring) forth barnacles -1- I 1-OR:ASYTHISU IN OL'R LINE AT- !-. -i
si they should visit the groves of Dr. Ken. about the mush-trap of your defamer SAVANNAH, : GEORGIA. ... --0__ :---1- 1.L. '
*rick, A. P. Baakln K. II. Swain: Dr. vco-doo the |Hjliy-wona of the swamn -1-11 I : : VERY LO W PRICES.:.::.. 1 111Vj

Lindner and the Anthony grove. water, that nourishes his obscure mind, ...-........-.' .......* -...-.....-. -.L.-_.. ._..... .
'. Excellent home grown cabbage is to tickle him Into a sense of truth. I 1 KLti.-rii: : Tij 't -N'sr) HEilht! : IT, :i'T, i. __
the market cheap at )IAStWll: ......................... ........................ .... ; "
placed upon very : i i1 COM AROUND WILL YOl' j :,FISH
t ihU place.The -1- TS100.U.4 : .
other than Attention' Ocala Hides i 8 BENJAMIN --- .
amount of fruit( trees, I -- -
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I i '_ K- orange, being wfe out here is.enormous.LeConte You are requested to attend the busl-" Artesian Well water Street Canto aU IVpou. -- ---....,..........-.-. -.-.--...........----. ,
I pearl that were ralaed in new 'meeting, ordered' Monday, March -1-I : : -- t
, bja en on the Anthony'Tit. .11, at 730, p m. B. 'Ji. MCCOSXK.L [ RATESREDUCED TO )a PER DAY. =11 F.I!= -- : : ,1 'UlIUD J
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This.Exposition, incorporated: under the laws 01" tilt Suite of Florida, opened at- -- .

,;.J OGA A, JARION COltl, FLORIDA MM 29tll '1889. 1\ ,

; CLOSE MAY' FIRST 1889. ,."n I" :'

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,'; '\ ', r ; This will be an l\po-ition: ; of rouiologu.il Huiticultuial and Agricultural products of Florida, and her soils, tiinbeiw, woods, minerals* and live stock, and addition articles W ,
"",' ,'.I, r andm products. of Renwnil interest: from all State+ and countries. Entry i is open U the world for the display of its product No charge for entries nor paw for the product or vl

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The United :Mates Kxperiineatal station lot improvement and de\elopment products indigeuouH to this section has been located contiguous to our oipohitum ground ;.t j
..; wy\\'e unite exhibits{ of all desmptiom. particularl those pertaining to the arts, mechaniCH and agriculture, guaranteeing uniform courtesy to all exhibitor*. i' ,

(; CASH PREMIUM LIST, -$3,500.'j' :]

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C. \,'. VMPBKLL, SH., GeneralTanager.. G. S. MAYO Treasurer. J. O. CLARKE[ Hf\Cretnry. l,r.l .

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Authorized Capital, CAPITAL STOCK INCOMETOliSS .
Paid Up Capital, 8,0,000.00SUR1'LUS
$50.000.K.W.. $150,000. 1 .- :tr o.oo OF STOCK !

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1S11G.1ltNE1',1'rea: .........-, .'?'>' OFi'.Cf:1U4: : and Low Priooo. 'f"0 ':

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t fnJrnt.K.. B. McCovNiLL, Cllllin- GOODS-JOIJHl- I kp r

A. McIN'TYRE. C >ai x. Thing now titabluhed in our Ices and,zgontad budding ut art;n' cared to guarantee -Located ueil door to Klnt: atlon.l Bank)
tatttfattum to all >Im dart
SURPLUS $7,000.00 Genrrnl Ranking fanneu trantaeted fochange bought and told. ( "'a1Y J
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IIOUMM the hUte owned by the
r One of the finest and best eqnipprf hankin: in
f bank. We have Biiecul facilities for making/ Collections on all accessible iwints -OF- z ,
and favor to our customers! consistent with sale I
t We will extend every courtesy ,
all business entmated to
careful attention to na
oankinc'anJ shall pive promptand ('HAS.KIIKINAUER: J.A. EINRTKIN HARD '
and all business In our line and WA RE
entire satisfaction.
guarantee J.C.lJmISE. I. M. TIIAYKR
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Importer* & Traders CORRESPONDENTS Xatloiml Bank: Now York, N.Y.; SaSlJ,1)OOI8j11illS) s sAT rl" ,

outhern Bank of Georgia. Savannah. :
Correspondent in all important cities in the West.decfl -- I
tn fif Special .Vati nal Park Rank: Of New York. Materwf balwunl Rant of Botlon.
National Bank fvtvannah Georgia.fiankwy.
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. ...\. ----- D"lOoM Looi"ilk Comjtatiy, Louisville, KyARGEST E. DELOUST. .;

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Jews eDot .
:Main ;Street, Ocala, Fla.I -Drug Line- :

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,racial 7roHkrt. 9S roorM. Nut brick A7LN sad rrtr/Wni i f. .....--o- 's -(Wwt 8toc'IQU&ttc4GALA )- Jflstraments I f.. If'

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herAnnnm Subecrlptlon. Ranee,, WOO. n. JI t tJ '.\., i .Y't, : .uI I n n I! 0 ::: ,I": : .................................... ...................
8lx Month, ; !i 1i' #I / +fos: bet; It Is plate talk
124. It not pnllte npres '
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f? Three Months, .'d r "i-t : for these 0 blow slant i prirea\ which can\ .1
; t''t; : 11'ltln to e mpare wllb.t the pricer we+ are mat
and you'llOPEN
'.'- ACCIDENT AND FAME. s -S 'I" T 1 .1. O : legs Just came and.Rc ono,figures.. ..... ......". :

Gray's first published verses attracted DO
i attention. .
+y'' .
When Sterns finished "Tristram v.5
be offered It to publisher for *50, but. tbe : CJ YOUR I

offer was declined. .
MQton received CS for "Paradise Lost AI .r t /
with tbe
promise of the same torn as soon as

M1 1,000 copies feel been sold.A -:;,. ,...'.-,'''' ,_...' ; .',".....e5 .',. S JIYES
'sentence uttered by o11en'.grandfather .I j '. ) f J'. ; '
lad tU young man to turn from a life of i.; That what we want, wide taste exaralnatloo f;
;' dissipation and prepare for tbs \ I of oar,pud*. They'll INM:.nupectlon of' j
tie children s
eye RI irUole' .
Blr Roger Acbsnm was Induced to write ffumeu-edtobe-openToornvxih! and hut j
i +T "The Schoolmaster," tbe work on Which hU i: your ryes and see what and I'll stnArouK ,\

fame chl.nynu, by a friend who beard him gar keep' your eyes opt" '.M_' .......,..._ !;
t+ denounce, in vigorous terms, the practice of
tr flogging school. SEE..VtH.A.T ROVELL

{', Cowley became a poet by accident; he got p
? bold of a copy of Bpeusers" Queen" '
,when but. a boy, and so deeply was be im 'LL SELL YOU!
premed with its beauties .
that bR mad,poetry "
r a Ittdy.a1d dedicated \ .1 .. .
/Anally 6tntseltM1wholly f" I II 'i. i iIi
to the. \ ec..f : ; Al a price that taken away the ;\b.1i\i
(; ; .
'll B&aLefpaan't; It our game and we are playing It
I lid ja
ft ways'when
t youth wort,. Goods that bear uamlnaUen:price .
: brongfcf hlju Into disgrace In his Iowa, causing .I f A t .' t that bear comparison, bargains that csu t be :

and him to to abandon his trade of wool carding "equalled' anywhere,'*!! _............u.........._ 1
join a company of players. This accident
made him first an actor and next a.

w a Is,. reputation writer Daniel of De plays.when Foe was ho an wrote author"Robinson'Cfn.of established/ .. t 31 : r' .;w# 'r c= (', r. l RO WELL'S.tlNCOHPOltATED .

sue," yet the manuscript of the tale went the
f + rounds of the publishers, but no one would
print it Finally terms were arranged with v.f.. -
a bookseller"who agreed to bring out the Ine D Ca ala a GOIQpalUJ Ii IiQ

work as a speculative enterprise lie made .
over 1,000 out of s
guineas the job. but what S.
the author got is tmcertain.i ]

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he. -,','"
Lawrence, Kan. pair of calves whlcb .
present the general architectural features of \ CAPITAL STOCK $500,000.00
the Siamese.., twins. '

A great hawk swooped down on a Lock., O. :: : :JRq j4ftPV i -----

Haven Pa, cat a day or two ago and car* ." .' I "
COMl'AM Is now to sell Stork' ,
lied it aloft. The feline soon caught Its cap=:' I.ot .. TIIM lot 41x1(0( feet from prepared flu upaanlsand located
tor by the throat and choked the bird to at the \\est };nd" Ocala Parties purchasing t
death. The cat was killed by the fall The One Share of H<*'k of One Hundred
pair could not be separated. .- r '. .........-:- ....I' .. 11OIIal'l will be given ten contiguous dds UtlOO feet i
For further purtlculara, call upon or address
r Nelson Clark of Vanceboro, Me., while 1!
banting for deer a few miles south of that Gco. S. Mayo, Gen'I Many.,
place: succeeded In shooting a white doe 1'0,1 Marion mock OCALA, FLA.
t .
much larg.rhaa tbe average rat doer ami; '
Of a rare species. The hair was of a spoten 'H.II. t.

.\ ..white. aacl C4tyJiw.tctixsturet., ImdwlSfebWEIHE
Ronedale suburb of Denver has been u ..---. ..
,* long : ... .
annoyed by the bodies.of skinned rats, cats, .

eta about be,',who which Aunt the has streets.'Sally somebody barn coUrttiivg D..o8.8 The offender persisted the peculiar finally skins iu throwing of character provedto themfrtiipiffr ;; j 1 t i : : jt : }! ; ,. ; : ( t.! / t f't *I iiEan n 8 J t'n flj1 I ,! i l .Y tcll -LKAD3..Al ,IN.TIIIJRcpairiiiff -- ir

to make:bersellja cloak. ; A el. ''v.i 'Htl.. i A i 'f R } W Clock Jeivoiry

A hawk dived Into a lot of ducks In a cove ,
!... on Moosehead lake: lie got his claws into
dtub."N.1. V one and together they disappeared underwater l
it than minute before
was eats a
hawk the surface drowned -
the to ,
rose nearly l'
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i and with a I labored effort .b away, not, ( \ :.

however1! fenttl ttliarUucka. .tied'to. feres him .... ... ... -- -<>-
rAn "
t again enormous under water.-number of animals are killed A =TOWN LOT fAT"OWN'LOT! a Specialty.

k' In Siberia yearly for their fur. At. the last f .
t sumuxK t.Jlot; (rbis,|Wtviah is a bl/U'Iw"or Fun :; L0 0K : FOB k. i
only. .partvt the fer s trpurted from Hit, ria, ,
no less than 190.000 skins of squirrels were $25.00. $25.0O.: LOCATED( WEST
Offered for sale. Of other" varieties there __........_......M......_................. .. ....... _.. --_._ OK SIDE OF SQUARE-3m31oM)
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were 11UW blue fox J40,1X10( uiaot, WOOO .
polecat,1; )JO.UOV{ ',$)oooo bare and .. ..
t 000 for: _\_fALL badger : .-t ;f' TlS :;: OFFER :: IS"J.LJ() 'J { FOR \\r THIRTYIJDAYST. .. : !f E ONLY !II! !M- LAND TITLES I I1


1 The unification of Italy. 'THEBEACON. & ADAMS

The annexation of Texas. Thu iu'HI in the field! Now Smi>Tropical addition to the City of Ocala I Anderson's new addition ABSTRACT" COMPANY.

The French revolution of 1S48. ndjoiiiM the SetaiTioic.tl Exposition grounds. Thrt'O hundred loin now om red at $25 each, for thirty days -=-t-

0 Tbo discovery of photography only.I Tlio} property is elevated and overlooks the city. South street is now being graded to the property..

The laying of the ocean cable : The proposed "dummy line," when completed, will add 100 per cent. to the value ot every lot. Lota can bepaid IS 7l1E PLACE 70 GET run F.-tC7 .Ia.Ic

Tbe discovery of tho telephone. for on the installment plan, if desired. No commh&iona, no agents ; buy direct from owner. The editorof -1-1OrmE
r The emancipation of Russian serf. thQ UVNNEK will select: )lots for non-residents. "Get in ou the ground floor." Plat can bo seen at ofTico of

+ The dico cry of the electric telegraph. H. Ij. Anderson or nddrerM II. (oJ. Anderson, Lock Box 125; Ocala Fla l ,. ; QC.\.LA HOUSE I

c The l.tablWunt.'Ot of ocean strain naviga t
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power.The overthrow of the poi"fs temporal W. W. CON DON'S \ THE OCALA HOUSE. E. B. RICHARDSON

The extension of Ilus.lau power Into Ct'O-
teal ( ,h I f New Store '
\ Jewelry .--i--
: uVa/and abolition Finest
ft Livery in
; Tl*fcfc i W slavery the City
1 in the United tiUte Shines with in
replete everything

C ficatlon The great dfj)CirmanyTh Franco4'
'- lisn anfl fs&otNilrleoaI11'U.lretab-. 1 for your.i1f.Strings : :I .. r
lidtd 1 :tk1 trdCIa reDulkit ---- l1 <;11
and Ifor :JMusIca'! Instruments a --A-f- ( .1 .'f -
cf the Nile
+ The dlr'overy of t be sources Specli'ty.: GEORGEAKCH1TECT ); McKAY .
Niger, and the exploration of interior Africa. I
-New York_Mall and Kxpreos.Vergcry : All Work. ou repair of I lock and.! \\atcb.Qitaranteed. .. UNSUHP.\SSEU AlTOINTilKNTS TO ANY/( IN TUl'fATEt! AND UUILDKK,
f fI
Rholnauor's Old Stand.deoyltm DESIONS
':INFAN1'I.J .. .
... .t. I FurnlaheJ 00, Application_
Vernon, In 1505-.Jie U'liig nearly a
10 years old-was tarried to Randld Moro, %
who was but& Repainted Inside and Out1I'? On1ct.Ittarntrct : : Orange andSlxth s.

During; the rclguiof UiJUfZ': VIII,J>;l"'aniYl DRS.G.H.SJ.C. f .' I 1 OCALA, FLORIIhXOWDEN ; F
,'Que a'Mary sad t ulx.'t th1' It was -ANDREFITED'TIIOROUGHLY -
Rosldont Dentists. asf9y
qulUcuBtotuary ($r i p>r,**et, all,r&D"10" : i..r. i-- ;
life to marry their children at astoni.huigly IIIIit4tlA>d11i' JtUlONAU fNK i'lluma' ; '
early ages.Areonrd& OCALA:, rw mA.. WITH ELEGAN1 FURNITURE A McFAKUXE,

tuUsot. how.uUberl'GlrardandEmrni All branch of dentUtrr Teeth Ailed and -DIAUU I.N_
Tflx were 'tgto church preserved. Rots crowne with p-uveUin ((4
Uain. ArtlnolalaMifmmone nHhwa t ''I'set.Strictly ALL KINDS OF
when the boy's uncle held up the bridegroom, flm-clus dentistry at mo.tprtll.. -I I FURNITURE
who was 6 years old,and ,|poke the words oltnatrioiany .
DM A arsantvllart's ...
for th*child. part and the woman roorv row \ l I. ) :. ie IT 1. ". TRxiixprz: I I .-0-
-%fto wa4 eyearsofq.-"gak.for : In : lxirwrtow
bersell a*she was taught* BEAUTIFUL LAWNS AND CROQUET QROJNRS 81'OCK' UD Low erTdelscorrttTt pub :

William CbadeM.oo-cuOCl.d Bishop of Oeklawalia River' Htcamer 1ta itis D
(ester and Ltoorfn"weU known scholar Hart1. leave IV '-r
OfkUjraht qtramen
tt.A .
.ntAt.la!\ ; J : 1'CLlxt
of the of /
and dlsHngnl'hH reign latk1 forM OrklWh and biher:; ( .' 1 I 'lUIICH4U.
betb did not lacrurfe ... .quarry thist t+prints daily exceptitunday at ten ((10)) ) FULLER CIIACE,
. 3 1't 1Qi(r tk. age of;4- to, I dock A.' mTetornlDr. leave Silver Lt vrl4rn. 1 1oddsd
bani to0k__ _. _lL' Springs dally except )MonJsy on Arrivalof IixAari LoClow' a
L M. attentions'1via'
r Fcz'Tirluts A elm : : : : ; 'IIAYERt ,
"* train from Ocala, which u try a. sad ,
JV ern tatfr It .nIoa lpdJultab1. I m. .<, II. L. 1IArr.8feb2m 1 i pC IGUae .....ft4.eGIaae .
SJh rtor.tlu. 'MB U made to fit* ( sl !t 011 of ketk. fir t
we- : njI 'r __ t
? fl&.llt
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Vita '" 1
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ei1Ettrropiv. Jr / 1..1
+ at the $ '..- .. .' ,
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