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 15, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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i t f.----i OCALA, FLA., FRIDAY, MARCH 15, 1889. '

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BUDGET OF HOME NEWS I the bottom of a glass, darkly," "same to UKIH'CTHIN: :
gating In wonder at the piles of lumberat with returns."

C.L. BIt71NG61tCity Wltor. KM DAY) AT THE Highlands and wishing at Baldwin we you Judging many from the furious hilarity that Of Montezuma hotel UalOHoiianil 'I

l owned a gondo'a.' At 11:30:: a. m. wepulled pl''valll't.hOIllt'want: bound In the Alter Mils Irate
Go to Sanders' and into the depot at Jacksonville, bI\ e car there must have been an
get a box of h
r1fl cigars for >{;1. where a committee with band and carriages ample supply of alcoholic evaporation.We Itatc-s as follows: $2 lerday110,0 j ( ; \per
-.1 met us and sent' in to the Exposi never MW so many excursionists week ; f7 per week for table board; fifty
sl< i "y" don't you call 1 00 "1" the jeweler: SUBTROPICAL.Five tion. There we admired the wonder of Hhlsh their trip with less complaint! and cents per meal; fifty* cents |>or to.. 1

,t dSfebtd art and nature spread in profusion beforeus greater expression of satisfaction, andevery Children under! ten years half price.J -.
;, One hundred and drinking in the >melodious! and ono s<) loud In their praises of the P. h MAI l I.. lessee r-

l I were on the excursion twentj.five ladies I rapturous strains of music! and paying generous manner In which they were O'alllIarrh II, 1S8U! lliuchdtit wl ..
yesterday.Polk I our respects! to the manatee, a grand the of Florida's great, -- -L I
treated by people << .
Hundred \Visit Metropolis vertable Florida Fresh fish and HomoH.u oysters* "
a (the curiosity and a .
I Ir" --
..i County Day, one or the loveliest metropolis. daily at Courtnc-v's market ;omchtdllart'ft !
of the season.-sun shining in all his me-s back, seeing it feed and such an Among the connty representative we __ ,, _. _.__ 1)C.'
,r"r"l'of glory. anti Have a amusing and interesting sight AS with its noticed : From BelleviewDr. harry Ocklawraha titer Steamer.
octagonal mouth made (the water lilly J. A. Gafford and wife' Mr.Itidge 0
Knight ,
Don't fail to attend I the auction, tf Good Time Despitethe plants disappear. in short meter, we shall L M. Smith Mayor Stromi Arthur I'. latka Harts'for Ocklawaha the OcklawAhil steamers and 1M1':Silver&- t'

I Electrician Pngge not soon forget wife, Charles Trawk, Miss Marsh, ': daily except :Sunday; at ten ((10)) ..,..EF
ell{-t.'cts to light the Rain. At three p. m., President! Burbridge, and Mrs. Brown, Editor George Hart. or Springs .
from Ins clock ft. ru.-rl.tuminll. leave Silver
city to-night ntw works at the of the Jacksonville Sub-Tropical, made
the Belleview l;lail< Summerfleld, Dr.Newsom (
Exposition building ; Springs daily except Monday on arrival ,
the Ocala delegation cordial speech of Dilliard[ ; ;
-" ---- -- and Sims i lleddick E. .
; of train from 01111whit. is due UZ1)
: a. :j
wolcome which handsome and :
The Hobby Hort.es are in; town and OCALA GIVEN A GENEROUS WELCOME. eloquent' ,Semi-Tropical:to our President! fittingly P. Thagard and :Mr. Fife Anthony.: Citra, lion I). m. H. L. II Uf. ,'i
wife I. J. Bro- '
and .
the "little Bishop
and "little women"are 1 Then Mayor Smith, of ; wSfeb 2m J. S. FIUZKK, Agent. 'Y. nI
kaw wife and mother J. M. Mcltae and
having high; equestrian: times. --- \ }"!
Jacksonville as the head of the city
wife, Citra. Mr. J. W. IVwrnon deMre the public to i 110.
Bascon IJ. hlme---;: PRESIDENT BURBRIDOE MAKESA government, was inspired[ to say how I I wn
of Lake City is know that the Texas n ho has for
HAPPY SPEECH WH1QH< IS glad the Metropolis of the State was to Arrival at Our Hotels. |
stopping at Montezuuia.. Mr. 1' was mitlst.1 sale are not the. "bucking" kind that are
one of I londa's late Presidential electors HAPPILY RESPONDED TO BY see the citizens! of Ocala in their It. C. Burton, LeesbnnrjJ.!' ; A. Howell, seen on the streets of K.ilii, giving their CE

PRESIDENT WILSON. which necessitated our distinguished : city; Mr*. F. 1:. Baker, New York; MissF. riders tho grand WUIU't'IU.t, in fll'llIlilljttllt'1I1 '
J Mr. Thornburg and bride:departed for Mayor-orator to assure Jacksonville and'I F.. Lake, New York; tiM F. J. Fow- through the air like n discharged e
u Cincinnati, yesterday. all the world, how wn reciprocated such her Utica New York 1Vm. A. Palmer,
came came The two Mayors then KiKtithitftiaMtlu t1 ; rocket. The kind hoM'lls are ns gentle
to Ocala be'eraleekr.. ago to spend Greetings.-The Formal neighborly and social amenities,cltit'3I and I Akron 0.; J. Emory Eaton New Yorkj; as doves, and warranted sound of limb ?
how shoulder to shoulder the two 'ttr
their honeymoon, Ccrenionlos Brought to an Kock, U. T. }Font Akron! 0.; 111I. F. Eo and wind ft-l 13dwtdDnlljr.
Enthusiastic: Clo.p by Director would work for the development and ('lareand child West Virginia: Irll. C. ur1)ellglitful
Rev. Air. Wilmer returned Wednesday General \\'cbt-The .. KlootrloGlrl"thoGenrila upbuilding of Florida The Doctor I Ct' > t6Olla MiNI *t. K "Stetson Went Virginia scur..ltm" .

night from St. Augustine whither he had : Won made the talk of the day and was loudly ; C.: U. Perry, Waldo, Fforidal'J. C. Silver' Sprinpt and klawaha River err w
der. Gives an KxhlMtlon applauded. Savannah is. It. C. McCall N.
to Bates (
perform the ,
gone marriage ceremony ; ; "
oilier Marvelous I'owrr. few remarks from DirectorGeneral steaiuer Eureka; Captain Coons, leaver
with a
of Mr. T. T. Monroe and Miss! Walkely. Other Illcldt"ntll4. Wanton S. Webb, of the SubTropical Y.; Mrs. Jacob Jeanes' Philadelphia; H.U. for Grahamville after the arrival of the

Don't fail to attend the auction. tf the wonderful powers of the March Jeanes,14 Philadelphia.-K. H. Howell, N. Y.; A. E.: morning train from Ocal and returning\ t.1

--, -- magic little woman from Georgia, was Dickinson Richmond Va. W. E. Hurd in time for q patwengws' to connect wllh 1m..
Rev. Dr. A. E. Dickinson, of Rich Just what particular grudge: the clerkof looked upon with admiration, astonishment Tocoi :Fla, W. B. Swtsaringin, ; Bartow, evening! train for Ocala l 2(1( miles-fare
the weather haH Ocala and ,; ; from Ocala and return, .1.50. dSfel 2mIt. II
can at
mond, Va., and editor of the Keligivui we ''''e. t S. Gardner Savannah, Ga; C. M. Brown,
Herald, a Baptist of that was are at a loss to (conjecture, as we understand The'arlou8 parts of the highly Interesting [
organ city
| Scortell Charles
the Lenten is II. t Tampa; Wright, E.: :\( 1'1'1.; ., 1 lie Ocala Plum- n
with us yesterday to take in Ocala Dayat bc.ion most relig and exciting programme, consisting bliss Lizzie and Lottie Meudite II'
Tampa; hl'l1I. ( 1\11111111 examine their tine stock
iously and conscientiously olerved.
and of the chair the billiard
Jacksonville holding cue,
Cincinnati W. J.
why Old Pluvious should] shower down chair C. tit. Davidson ; Berry, and vet good work at reasonable (prices ,
lifting up men, !sitting on a by D
The Montezuma with the C. W. Wells, Tampa, John Mooney,
sol| >opular his displeasure upon in in copious and heads and them ,131,1t'Clm I
giving: a rear somersault
Plant John 1'
general traveling public, had a big run W. F. Burls, City: ; Andrews
aw'nging drops of rain is past !sitting in a rocking chair, wan all F. !<\>r H"1('.
Oh C.
yesterday, twenty of their guests coining Tampa; Sorg, China;
our people's finding our, but
the Infinite
the delight
despite with to
from Bartow to celebrate Polk county laden clouds that like gone through Cocks, M. W. Carruith, W. S. Cathcart, A new Quern Anne Cottagesix rooms, Jr
hung ant) of the
a pall over amusement laughter
E.: II. Burr two-riMim uxteiiHion Stable aero
O.J.Andrews Tampa and one
the ,
Pay to-day at Exposition ;
the earth and the
deprewmg' !saddening audience, who largely enjoyed the efforts
E.: Y. hearing I trees and other
of the wife, Middleton\ Conn.; Perry, ground, orange
The Maud Atkinson Troupe are so patter the roofs and" descending! raindrops of the gentleman, whom we shall Waldo; 11. K. Morse, wife and child, Ed.: fruits. Price .!;1OOOIIh.. location I'
pleased with the fine pictures taken by on on the earth, the name as measuring physical strength ; J. E. Brown Jr., Pittsburg; It. threp-.iuarturH of a mil southeast of +
citizens of Ocala said
Smith that have hima they recognize with the little Indus' mag etic and electric Ford house Ocala Call 4Da.
Artist they given the and Jacksonvillesuch Nashville; It. lounie, Rochelle, court on owner, +
commission for of cause powers, and always coming off I'KKIMC
large photographs C. T. GaNkins, Uochelle.MONTKZVMA :, ,
different members of the troupe in stage a friendly, and reciprocal worsted.Dr. HoiKi, Mar. 13'--E. Bin- Over Merchants' 'jitional !hank. er'
of the size 14x17. recognition: and return for their visit so Gary, lion A. P. Backin It. 11. lOmch d'' twl J )ei,
garb, pans Ind.; 8. C. Means' Evinaton. Fla., > ; ,
generously us, that none, even the Coburn, F. 1:. Harri, Sheriff Williams,
P. V. Moore South Carolina Vt C.
l Mr. II. B. Hale, editor of the Hartford doubting: and carping sinks could question President G. W. Wilson, 1111\ Mr. Ley, Fox Belleview, Fla.: A. Brown; m.NewYork A comfortable well kept hotel that \ ,
the motives that
(Conn.) GcLzdte, accompanied by Mr. C. that would actuated the throng Dr.) Dickinson and 11. /achanun, were ; J. Mclxster, wife and two child charges most reasonable rules, In t the

0. Talcott, of the same city, dropped ina go the through in a figurativesense those, who for their personal satisfaction ren, Birmingham Ala.: E.: J. Heel Orlando Barnett 1 louse, Savannah' Ga., so long u v,
moment to exchange; fraternal greet and the though earth be covered Heavens with should fall and the amusement of the public, 1"11J.; W. Casseil, Johl11llilIt'r., conducted by Mr. :M. I.. llarnclt."-AVw
\vutir. took hand downing the female
ings. These gentleman visited the em. a in won. John York World. umrlltfNurnory.
Ind. 4V, WideinanMicanopy, Fla. .
; ;
Early yesterday morning the u ual der in to her from wresting
and to-morrow further trying\ prevent 4
Tropical to-day go II. B. Brown, New (Haven, Conn. C. II.
slumbers] of eopfe
quiet our |> was ruthlessly chair from them or a billiard .
a mo 1\a"lIolia
South to give the State a thorough in.
invaded the Freeman, F. It. & N.; O. F. Hook, Fruit-
by feverish sense that from he in their etl'orts to lire he
or ; The finest and lest variety of orange)
spection. land Park Fla. B. Hynes. Savannah
they may have overslept themsexeeor from the floor in all of which agreeablefailure ; ,
: trees for the least, to It. had of
Ga. J. C. Carr. N Y. Mark It. Bacon money
Don't fail to attend the auction tf to see if the god of rain had relented : ; ,
not awaited them. Not only ltil\\ le- J. \\ ,VF.I; 1 D.WAJIK>)> ,,
Jacksonville Fla. I'. W. Conday Citra ;t
and permitted Aurora in alltho effulgence hanlt'l.litl the men content ; ,
The* following Ocalians took in the of his glory to paint the eastern her, but two wi/.eil the cue and failed against to Fla.; Dr. 11. Knight. Belleview, Fla.; I I., wSfebtd. Bclleviuw, Flu. M

ball for the benefit of the St. Augustine horizen in the dazzling colorsand hectic take it from her, while four piled themselves Carter, Adam, (Ja.; F. W Barron, Evins-, Lenten Krrvlrcn.There .

Hospital given at the elegant Ponce de gbw; of his uneqalled brush and to I hi a chair and site lifted them. ton, Fla.; (;ieur e P. 1 E. Hart, It. C. Budge! : will be lA+nServis at (.irato1'piscoiuil
Leon last night which is Mid to have know whether they and them Belleview, Fla.M0NTeicMA '
(especially : I l'actwlllilot I'ermitHI\ or we' would (Churcli\ on Monday, I'lHftday
been the most brilliant affair of the kind the female portion, ) could not pa- dwell on how the contestants braced HOTKL, March II.-Paul Tnnrlay ftflcrnixiiiH' at l.oO; in., rand
ever held in any city of the South, \iz : rade that day in t and most ar and nerved themselves for the fray. and Jones, Athens, Texas 1' (i. Bushbc-p, aril Mr. and Mrs. Nathans, Will Ku hnle, Alfred tistic and ornate of the mantuuiakers I how tugged panted and red Brunswick, (Ia.; Stewart Lew' Fla.; 1'.
they : grew and 7:10.:
Birdsey and Ball Snowden. contributors towards making their forms and scarlet in the (ace in their frantic I (Tunner, N.1'.; A. II. Page, Miss Luci : '
look graceful and pleasant to the male'seye. Cook, .'. W l'ug, (i A. K. Stevens, W. The. Iced MUMIOIM| ie "!
etlorts to bring victorj to them, but all I droiery, : street; ,
"Mr. Fred Gore, a former newspaperman B. ram and wile, W. H. Johnson, B. F.
we regret the tiioci'noH.,
any great wastheir to no avail fur the fair and modest little place to buy voui
but now running a job printing disappointment at the unsettledand lady with scarce a sigh:: of effort, would Blouut and wife 1 J. A. Hooker, Miss Mina U. i41'IIAIUAN!! PlOpliftOr.d n
office at Cedar Key, is in the city and misty condition of the atmosphere! come repeatedly to the test, as though it Srioday 1' K Kipper' and wile, Miss' d I :\ In _
made the BANNER a pleasant call. Since but with all these dampnin: disappointments was pleasure and a'Jlll".ment to convince :Mattie Bsrriih. J. II. r"tUIII, Mrs! J. C. ---

the death of Doctor: Mcllvaine, Cedar clinging to them, they made their this lords of creation that Wright, F. M tarn and wife, W. J. ('ar- Notice IH hereby givt-u that the unnnul

Keys is without a new8|>aper and the way to the nine coaches waiting their though they were, they were no mate {IK-II '!r. B. F. Holland W. 11. Pcar e and meeting of tilt Murk holders of the "
Gore brother, who are nm newpapor! reception: at the F. 1.: Jfc X. depot anxious fur her. wife, of Bartow, (Polk ivunty, ))0'11U.; \'. Heather. Island Oranw Grovn; Ounpunywil1 ; : r'

men, think of again embarking!!: In the and eater to do themselves and I The most! amusing contests wer thr i Page Anbcrdalo, HA.. It F. 'Taylor, (iaiti- IK- held. in th? cifv of fails, Florida

business. _____________ Ocala credit in 'he :State's melrol lOlls. : of Mr. Ley and editor Frank liar..... svih,' ; J B Carr, V Y.; B II I',I I IIlI'r, on WidtifxIav.Miucli\ :\ 7ih! 18,-,'), at YIn
Don't fail to attend the auction tf The hacks and 1 busses did a land! office who went to their work as though; they Ulcedtv' ; 15 W Burtlex\ M. l It> 1 Kendallville. ..- o'clock! H. in., ,

business in conveying belated petks- went to win and their actions snow! .-d; )Ind : it U BurgrMM Hermotiy l.iinihl'tIN',: O. .F.iUNN= Pres.
The Maude Atkinson Dramatic Company trans to the train, which )promptly at I the earnestness of their purjtosc-! In the Grove, Ga; ; J M ('IRI k, Swi-i-l Water, ._,
came direct to .Ocala from New 7 a. m., pulled out for the Hub-Tropical billiard cue balance, it looked ah ..tIICHIlhI : Tenn.; V J Hupiiy' \ Boardman ; 7.': 11 "

Orleans, (having wen our full page advertisement As we passed Magnolia street an exciting I editor Frank would down tilt fair hold Blair, Jai .."ont life : It Hitchcock, Brooklyn MARION OPERA-HOUSE.
in the World) and will playin scene was witnessed, looking that N Y.; c.\ Miller and I wife, Fair. .
and all think he would had the -- --
up ( lair
er, ,
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in Florida. Having thoroughfare mont Fin T. W. "rOllllf..llo\\ Lady "
no other city were seen men coming adversary not given the cue a sudden ; ..tiNr waxu51)mE'.clttn-

paid us this bi compliment we should, down it at a break-neck speed' that reminded Hit to the right which threw the munsitecting I Lake, Fla; W I L Profkey, Silver SiirlngH.Fla. l'iamllt.i ..1.-._..:......................._...,..:....._............
give bliss Atkinson at least one fi !"J Jhou..o. horseman of flying stee' She his heretofore only playa down the quarter stretch! hat and anded' him iu the laps of hit admiring! Hotifton ank wile, Miss little Hovuton, MONDAY, MARCH 11TH 4 ,

in the leading cities of the country and 'umbrella in one hand and rubber and I fric.J't.' :Sterling; Ka.; It L Anderson, city ; M .................. .... ....-..-.......-..................-............. +
odds the finest that overcoat in the other, It Bacon, Jacksonville It H Taylor, Savannah !\ t I
is by all company frantically waving In the flight the little lady gave editor ; IIIlI'I.t"nIlIIIOII': ''\ of the ti ruiliiH young e
has ever visited our city. same, and sounding, the war-loop as Frank the dtiHcribetl ; O l' ItookM! FruitlaiM Park ; Houdonal Actrt'M, 1
though they were bloody Comanche with and, graceful carve as are tho WHuas(Mow of rounding the Fred T !on\ A Harris Ocala ; J Wools, .................. .. .... .....................

Don't fail to attend tho auction tf wry intent on pale face scalps. But lines that adonis his intellt-i'tual editorials I I W B Green, 0. ala ; W 1 D>)> and Gus Morton :%!rA UIE ATKINSON .

Professor Streator and Misses Caro they whooped and shouted in vain, and and for which he has .t wide and I county ; (.i It Smith }o'iorall.'ity. ...... .... .......... ... .......... ... .......-........-... !
Fannieutaiio lit was \' IIIl'r.: Ant her c.rtlullr-ileol Zeiglerand night from the SlateTeacbel"l .,ely iarii)'< and t''inking 'cs+ of I preppie oddly applauded! fir his heroic efforts, I Thn "Freiic! Spy. sector Krau l l>l eye. Yriday::: night the : ]

Wednesday' Association held at DeFubiak. who are always calling it 1 a. m. till and HO pleated\ the audience that they The Avenue Theatre wan crowded last!! ......... ........ taullrul.. ... ... ...rr....tcly........pm.1-7.....,...-...-.. ,
said Governor Fleming the clock Strikes eight o'clock, and M insisted, on an enchore which he blushingly I night with an enthusiastic! audience to L
Prof: Streator that class always should be sereved witness the first performance of the
otIIt'&Uliruliy declined and became the hero of
made the Association a splendid speech, ',, "
l rt. the hour. famous military drama : "The French FRENCH SPY"HATUUIIAY -
to Semi.
terms our
referring In glowing It is said fully 150 persons meant to go, !Hpv.\\ or the Full of the .\],tiers.! '
of Ocala. An
Tropical and the growth wanted to !go, but for the reasons ju tBtate.l The performance over the Ocala dele Miss Maude Atkinson, who U starring L
effort will be made to ha\ethe State remained 1 at home; and when !gallon wended their way to the train in the play, ap|'"'ara In atripiilerole{ and ; NIUHT; MAiu-if/'Vefii.( 'ibtT7 i '
Teachers' Association held In Ocala next they found the train had departed which I left at K 1'. m. and reached home liy her clever' rendering of the parts as- i excellent coinj"'iny will aN.nr| (la the charmIon i G

year. _______________ "did'nt want to go anyway. at 1I.V: > tired t but happy\ and perfectlysatistied "I.cnellllt. r, won merited applause.-Nfwftrleant ..........'................, .ttjcieir!. .pl. y:......,.................!!
Don't fall w attend the auction, tf The train ont ist >d of a baggage car : with Ocala Day at Jacksonville TirMtDtinftcral.The .

smoaker.eix coaches and a Warner Par NOTE' exceedingly interuwtlrir, military The erm1t's ..aeuturdij
Ii[ Daugl1tc
theatrical' lor car for President Wilson and his lair a
The Mande'Atkinson troupe, The of the loth New York drama, "The French !Spy, will be played
which by all competent critics is said to friends, all of which were comfortably n playing of the hunting song was to-night by the Manila i Atkinson Company .

be the best that ever came to Ocala, will filled. audience oil their ) rhicli we must say U the finest
and took the
immense \ '' ''"
present to-night the sterling and tnrili- The precious freight was under the feet. troupe that 11811 ever visited this city and ., i t ;: .OvruuHQ; baUn.i; .the Iouutliul 7 I

ing drama of the French Spy. Tomorrow guiding care of John Pelham, who manned !)ave Moody did a land office:: busi we hope they will have crowded house .................anti.......chrmm.-.-...-( xx-ltty-play.-.----J JI l
ma\inee. the the foot board' and regulated the I ,
sparklingplay .
evening's : ness" taking oat policy risks on the train, which they truly mlems rve.
of" All is not Gold that Glitters," throttle, W. H. tieibert rang theebell. and "ALL .
while Saturday night, the amusement shouted, ".I1 aboard," while"Uncle Jim" I. securing 'H Exposition band of Mr. Paul Jones, of Athens Texas, an >' ', : p
Professor Colby'
going people can witness a new play b[ Clarke was revisory superintendent, with of astonished old friend of Editor: Harris and a relative .. this excellent company of the "'Hermit's Col.! WiUon director general. tbe the native mi-Tropical! along the our line city by ,their of Mr J. D. Gow; Is 'In the city on a i ik1..n"''_turaea.' b* vitiful 4 ;u.MiUBn i I ',.'\

Daughter." Few slope were made after leaving did playing.John iplen- visit and m.w.dhe little'flatly a pop call. ; maautfcrut. :. .wvaery.: :.-Kt 4 (reM. ouuxenU.. r' ua
Worth deserves recognition and this Citr4 and we quickly ied through t beml.lnl -
that 11. Martin's sijrn of "Welcome Don't fall to attend the aqctlon. tf CIIANOK or rLAY NIGHTLY- n
that eowntialUXraorees cenllfOvee'Qr center
eurely possess orange ( ?
company Manon" induced
Old on Day tft/eet
and should meet with it ; so admiring the pear,'herds and vine. downs of thirsty souls of said county, to Seven states were rej reMntecl at the i _.......... ...........;-. ._..._ .
give them good houses for the remainder yards of Waldo falling in lore with the into hi* batons pal ee' Ocala House yesterday; and a'rentl*: I t'rloa ere ierrtem4 Bun DO- oa rile m ft. Oo-U
pM gorgeous .
law .
lovely acres of strawberry beds of Lcwtey, I BUM.n P'Cb"
of their stay. and say hire looking at you through man from the Celestial Empire, Oh hiorg.e ) J ___..._...__ .



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TIlE OCJU4C l" ]1dNN R. Hurrmh.for lforno ia..a and_ Crystal. The Climate of E'>Florida, GI VEI\! '
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Hlter. Dr. George Troup Maxwell has .
a v a communication
S OCALA Y .lt.JAR H1isl8:1 ? I On.the'j return of Mr. John 3f. Lake, of In the 11mt-["ton, of March ri V.

t -- -- --_...: Toronto, Canada, from a trip to the HomoMiva 12th, in which he pays a '.''th ttibnfp to ijeillauer'DeoiaI AWAY!

: ; P. E. 11ARRfS:8dfior: and .CryMal river :CQ.. .trv, ;- climate of Florida TiiM'xtor does i r
reports that although he 'Ian. traveled not believe that her "batmy, genial', 'salubrioua *, '
from the Rocky Mountains( on the west climate is the eintgssador of 1 :. 'snmebodf; Des found us out at last and teen t i
the secret. by which baa been Ie- j
and to the Continent of Europe on the pestilence< and death.1' As proof of giving away
east, and :froml lake Winnipeg: and the which he cites, the following statistical :..cured.... ........... ............................. .-..... .....-..;
Saskatchewan country on the North to 'Information :
the south and for There have been four epidemic of yellow fever ROWELL'S
Gulf of Mexico the
in Tampa: five In St. AtifruMine; three In Jacknonrllle -
thirty-five years han )been tip and down, : two In '.rtanltnatle\'eu! : Savannah/! SaleDRESSGOODS
over and through the States and Canada, Ua.; fifty-two In Cbarlettnn, tt. C.; Ji>urtveu In BIG
Baltimore; thirty-four lu Philadelphia; Mxtythroe -
has 'had enjoyable trip
never a more
In New York:MX In New Karen and ten
than the one through Citrus county, last In Borton. BUSINESSAnd
week.A From the showing oi these statistics! ,
good breakfast at the the Doctor asks .. ..
Homosajwa : '
; RecTcThftSbecrme: :
j. < public
Hotel fortified me fur a tog day \\ ithGaltaln I.I the mild climate of Florida to be blamed for I --O no;% the property !
there 1 keep-
talk use our
: and town no J
fireenloaf and Mr.I Mrs.Stevens the fact that JacLnonvllle hit had only half a*
an i that the of
manyttldemtesofyellnwfever a* New haven' lug quiet-o we admit secret our j

of Atlanta, Ga. Wo first visited. onm-tlout; pot otto-third, many a* ]r'u ton, great.trade. : ..1 is. .,........' ......,..............................._iTO
-- Tiger Tall Hand (a formidable) name but Mam.; not one twenty-third aa many aa New
The State Ih.nrd of I Health have elected the right end of the animal) and sampledthe i York;nut one eleventh a* many aa l'hUa.ltII.hlai'hat ; I
Baltimore has had a greater number of epidemic THE BESTAND
: Dr. Porter, of Key West, State Health famous Homosa oranges and found than Key Went? SELL
t officer. them very good ; then caught some tine i'ay strict attention to sanitation, and
salt water trout raked had along of in -
up oysters, adopt a rigid system quarantine
Mr. and Mrs. John T. Harris. of Citra., sail over the broad expanse: of wagons of epidemics, and it ca'im established -
*, E.are In the city visiting Mr. and Mrs. 1' water, enjoyed the scenery which, by as it has been done by Ocala Ask the Lowest !

Harris. the way, f in some! features exceeds, any. and other interior cities, that, as Dr. \
y.: thing we have. seen in the State, and finished I Maxwell fays, the "climate of Florida is ':" Rest'goods;; and'lowest' prlci-i; (:;: In brief' to'what
The French Hpy" at the Opera up the day with all the oranges He not the (embassador! of pestilence and I : till our More with customers and makes a 'I'
I1ouseto-night. To-rnorrow niirlit, "The could contain ladles' Fine Broadcloth : household word of the!! name ot
own _. __
picked by our death. It is a mistake to suppose, even :._ _
Hermit's l>aullhtt>r. hands from the trees in Captain) ireen- in rare seasons of epidemics, the |poet to

leaf's beautiful grove, winch we pronounced the contrary notwithstanding, that in ROI/VELL'S.
Postmaster General Wanamaker haa as tine aa.the finest,and as goodas summer in Florida. 60 and 45 inches vide
purchafw*! the house occupied by Secretary the best the State; could furnish. We "Death rides on every paving breete ,
Whitney In Washington! It is an made our supper on the catch of the day I And lurks In every flower" --,--
old-fashioned brick building with additions with other good things. Next day I .
80c. 90c. and
made by the Secretary. Mr. Wan bright and early we started up Salt river I Ut'M01utlOlHt of Heaped. ,. $1.Worth I I

amaker paid $SO.OOO for it. (an ornoiuf, name to a polititian, but no OCALA, FLA.. March 5, IS.'t9.\ w I Palace Drug Store !

l Indication of defeat in our case) {pasted To the officers and members of Tulula from 81.75 to 82.25
Maude Atkinson In the French over acres! of !, which frequently l
Fpy, oysters Lodge! No. 22, of the I. O. O. F., your
had another good audience last night. showed out of the water as the tide went committee appointed to draft pre-ambles
To-day."Leahthe Forsaken the out. From appearance| them must 1 IJH
i was and resolutions, on the death of Brother
attraction, and the matinee wan' crowed hundreds of acres of these' delicious
Past Grand B. N. Kedding" would' sub ALL WOOL WHOLESALERetail
-Kno Orleans Slain. French Spy" at bi\"8ht'M.Ve saw an asprey I in oneplacp mit the following\ :
the Opera House tonight; by this excellent and a bald eaule in another, on WHKRKAK Htnee our last meeting,It ha pleaded
company. their nests, the nests in each case being our Supreme Muter of the'! universe, who doeth COLORED HENRIETTA -AND--
as large as a wagon wheel.Ve shot all thing: I well, to take from among oar fraternity ,
our highly respected brother, I fast Grand B. N.Keddtiifi. I
WASTED brave courageous! manly, duck, dove and water turkey, caught) who died on the 1st day of March A. D. ; 1 Drugs I0 !
hopeful, one not afraid. to tell the truth trout while trolling, climbed the highest) leis\, lit the city of Ocala, Marlon county" Flori.I 40 inches wide,
shell mound on the river It being twenty- da. Our brother, B. N. Redding having passed
one 4 t ho scorns lie who hates deceit -
a ; one the position I ol Noble Grand of thin Lodge, with i
; one who loves his mother and honors live feet high, and we taw twenty or credit to hlmnelf and honor to this Lodge and'
1 his father; one who does not know more more coni|>osed entirely of ouster shells. whereas ltl meet and bocotalDf' even betweenman I -

i than his parents; one who ha the courage From the top of said uiound we obtained r"gn'v\ moat order,] Ii departed between worth member 55c.Worth OILS, STATIONERY, TOILETAND
I to say no to teirptationnand stick to magnificent views. The day being about and ,virtue attention to duty and efficiency In
it; one who in willing to benin at the bottom i perfect, Wt'journeyed honing) toee a I the station assigned! In life should be acknowledged -
i of the ladder and work gator, but instead haw an unuNiulIy and presented by those who escape that ',
upwards one FANCY ARTICLESIn
; grim monster death, therefore be it
i who think it unmanly to ftmoke,chew<< or large gar fish, which came towards us Rtixilifd that In the death of one beloved I Sl.OO.
drink; one who thinks an education with oi-en mouth, but shut up{ anllknol'k1 brother, Past Grand U. N. Bedding, lath Lodge I
under our boat at a 2:40: ace. ha lout a good and true member, and order Complete Stock I
striving for; one" who is willing to I
at 1 large, a faithful awl ettlclent brother and
We arrived at the headwaters of the
$. obey his superiors; one who knows his society a worthy and respected citizen. -0--
home is a 'better place than the street! ; beautiful Crystal river in six hours of Kt*>lre very Ivasnre rowing. The following day able Lodge be IniirrilKHl l to the memory of our departed Headquarter< for Wall Paper and Harden; >ee4WH10IIT
y one who doesn't blieve the marvelous
brorher, 11. N. Keddlng, with the date and
't tales told in story "IM'I'M| the yellow. we roamed through field, forest and birth and death and with a cuttable I memorial of Special Inducements in fe FRAZBIl,
barkod cheap literature, and will not grove around Crystal River and enjoyeda his nervlre In thus Ix>dge and Order I PUBLIC 8otuiti : : : : OcaLA Fir
read the vile stuff;; one who won't be a dinner of bear, venison, duck, dove, the Kt minute#>i<*t, That of thl these Lodge resolutions and a be copy spread of upon the SJamS

sdeak and do a moan act when unseen! ; oysters, oranges, etc., and on the following tame be lent to the family of our departed brother .
S one who won't squander every penny lie morning, starting at daylight we and that a copy be published In the city pa- Our Clothing and I !II I
earns or gets; one who has self-respect} crowed the headwaters of Crystal River ]>er*. AH of which III submitted.JOHN CoRDERO.M. Millinery Millinery

n I and keeps! himself In decent appearance and enjoyed a sight that but few have M. land a,

q. one who ,,'lIIlIot torture or cruelly trea;: ever been favored with, a school of tar. F.1'.OArrsxv.A : ............................................... :
)' dumb animals; one who will respect' old lane about fifteen in number, playing 011tol' ------ --- Shoe :; Our Milliner is at home again ] si
of the water about half cd and Hare Intellectual Treat. Department ............. ..................................
ago and treat the feeble kindly; one who exp ; ..........:.................. .................................:...... .
In too cowardly to do his own meanness ; occasionally jumping: clear out of the BU.LRVIKW: FLA., March 13, 18S). i I -JUST FROM ]
water. We saw five at one in THE NORTH i
;r; one Wanted who-down a boy right-a manly\because' boy it -is'vbole-right. space of about twenty feet snuare June showing a Editor of tin1 Manner : .: .................. ......-...............,....................Wr.. '.

eduled, earnest, honorable: wjuare. half the hotly, and weighing from 100 )Ir. lIt>z.-kiah Butter worth's lecture ............With......, .a...Full.......and.......Complete................Stock.........of...............
.... .............'...... ...
Where can ho ho found? Does ho liver to )150 pounds each. The water was ab was largely attended last night.: It was ... ......................................-
in Homer? do you know him? Is he a solutely smooth and clear as crystal, and a rare treat. His subject was the "1o 0. lllieinaiier C ill Bro.U29) FINE MILLINERY.0EverythingFtrst
A member of your family? He is 'Wanted pure B* it was clear. Thence by a good, finance of Florida." lie discoursed upon .

t -wanted badly.-7/<>Mirr/xi,) Guardian.Ollrn though a new"rt'tllt'tter", railroad trip to in Ocala.my history Altogether thought the early many history of of the Florida storieb, and relating Raid he to (i ) =.::::::.:: : : Clise.oooG00DS L :

and never to l he forgt tten. the history of Florida, sensational, and GUARANTEED

llotM. J. O. Clarke, Ksq., the indefatigable that our fair Florida had a history romantic ........ ...._..

Our Regular Correspondence. secretary of the Semi-Tropical: Kxposi- enough! in itself without overdrawing .......... : :.. ..
f!' Dr. A. McBride, of Orange Spring, was tion has my best thanks for suggestingand I the many historical events. He ...........-...:.1 t I! B'H i !..::-::.:..; EHoodE&Nashlteford's

In returned town Monday.from Charlatan: :Mr. McBride where has he just has the S.urging S., o.me A G.to Railroad go ; to)the, for manager courtesies\ of and held carried his admiring them back audience to the days spellbound\ when .... I i : ... .........'........................................ ..........-.............

been attending a medical college. extended, andesICeially for &the guardiancare halves and Pouce PeLeon and I other Old Stand Public Square, Ocala FU.

Miss Mollie Parker, of \\'C'Mt Virginia, information. at'c'olUlIIlJl.1tion, transjHjrtation noted discoverers roamed the primival SHAKESPEARE ...........' ....................,".................. .....................
who I is the. friend and visitor of :Miss { and exhileratiou furnished forests in search of gold and everlasting ....................................................................... ..... t -
Alexander I of this is without money and without price by youth lie related his recent visit to : :::;THE
place cnding| a HAS TRULY SAIIt, t ; REDUCTION:::: !
to few days nt Orange Springs.: Captain (ircenleaf.Looking Tallahassee and Waukulla Springs in .......= ... ::., ... I .... ..
1, Miss J. W. Bmhop in with search of historical notes, also his journey ; "Thre U a Tide? In the attain of which i ............................................................................:.
her friend, l\1IM..l"'wen, both company of Pernber- Atter the Contest.As of historical research to Talllpaalld Cuba :. taken at ILl ebb lead on to fortune.men i .........................", ................. ..... .. ..........,...........
ton's Ferry, have )peen visiting at the all our readers are aware Banker I two years ago, finally reading from his ......; .. ; ................. i iANll :
Citra House, returned homo Monday. Fred $:. ioodrkh, of Del.aiid 1 who was "Song of Hibtcry" that beautiful poem AND NOW IS YOt'R'IIANr'E' 11 ATOXOK, i OF STOCKMEANS ;

Mrs K. II. White and daughter have the late!! Republican candidate for Con.great enijtled "The Cypress Gates of the Ocklawaha. .....................THK.. ......FORTUNE..... ... IS YOURS.LISTEN. I ......... .............,...... .
for this the ." It was an evening of de ................................. ..........................'...............-..
2'nd district
just returned 1 from a pleasant visit to is! contesting / pure 1. ..
Wlldwood. General Robert Bullock's elec light. Yours respectfully, :.. I :.. :.. .
k 11r. Thoma" H.Whiteand family, who tion.( Mr. W. S. Bullock, of the well G. E. P. HART. ......... ....... * s..XT.-

are staying at St. Auguxtiite.Ormand and knownOi-ala law firm of Bullock A. Bur --- i .-...-.....-........AND.............BELOW......... .COST......
other this winter I ford, and a son of t the General has been Why Not Excursion: HMea From -- -
James places A Harris at this place.Citra !, are .visiting Mr. absent for 1 several weeks in Fernandi- Other States.GOl.DbnORO ..................................-...................................... I. .......... .

s' 1>t.Ol'h''Ililt Ocala frequently this Galuesvilleand Jacksonville looking after I --r. = --r-
I'l'a80n-lhe Kspoaition: being the attrac his f.ither'H interest In the testimony that ( N C., Mar. 11, 1839. ......... .........................!.,...,i............................. !
ioodrich is taking in his My Dear Sir FOX
contest which : MR. HASJt'ST
tion.The Citra Improvement will goes before the United States Congressional A of I that 1 KORTHERN MARKETS STARTED AND FOR WILL THE I .-..........:...................................._...... -
couple days wrote
Society ago: you
hold a mwtlnit at the residence of Mrs.K. ( Committee whose report on the my son would settle with you for the .............BU1IAI'I'INO"..... .................... ... ...-...BIG.................. I I ._...-..... E.. --.......-
w A. White, Friday evening same, followed l by the vote of the house, BANNER but since I have concluded to : ... PLACE
will -STOCK OF GOODS= I ---- -.--...-........-.-........-.--
Mr. Ueorge Robinson Mr. Wilson and who will represent this send the myself Your exposi ........
money | -........ ... .... ...... .
for wife the and others,huntinitandsoeing are vUitmg at this place district years.Mr.. in Congress for the next two lion Ocala authorites for parties ought outside to get special State ratesto :::::::::::::::::::::ARDWIMCSTHAt.: : :!!: ::::::::::::.:::::::: --.; -.: --- --

: v groves,pnrpotto and are joined by Mr. L. S. Bullock says his father's chances for Alabama, Georgia, South your and North; .................... ........ -ts-i

Brooks of this place and Mr. Ernest M. look cheering and that the "outragetrill" \ Carolina and other States. You have a It OOM TO PUT THEM: i :...- -..:

Johnson, who Is visiting Mr. BrookR.r intimidation charge and fraud cry, season ticket I know, but that is too A ... ....
S. K. Hover returned from Wildwood don't pan out worth a cent. high to otter special special inducementsto CHANCE TO SHOW THEM, I .--.M.._........................__
Tuesday night., it" here tthe has Of course the Guuerul will nut onlygo visit your !:;tatl'"ourli truly, J IME TO SELL THEM !
boon visiting.A to Congress and stay there, or what is J. F. MILLER.I i S I MFI'SHEL.S: ; j

is to bey made for to the use of voting an honest 2,500 major I .......OME.........MONEY..............TO.... PAY FOR THEM. !
)arty op a trip ity. S. enclose one dollar. : .................... ..............- I ...-.-........-...- .........-......
the "Ancient City" soon or such is ......
: spoken of. HUH They- Come.- 80 if'you want anything: : in the.wig r.. :0---..................................._...._..... .....

Dr. Kills, our physician and druggist, Iou forgot) the matinee to-morrow : ......................,................................................. i i OCALA, : : j
saddles :
Fine bu harness and tine : : FLORIDA
t ant'rnoollI\ is not Gold that (;flitter," ::tcy : .............................-:0-......:.,.:......... : 1 :
is a aufl'erer from a sore arm caused from by the Maude Atkinson Company. just received at Smith's HametM Shop. i: .... .................... : ..-..--...-....-........,.-........-...- ...--I IItQt
e a mosquito bite Come and see. *uich 15-A HI1."TY.H'i i DRESS GOODS BLANKETS, !
e' Mr. Ernest: Johnson gives a pleasant I CLOAKS; HATS, SHOES ANDOTOTHING :
description of his recent visit to New Colonel Dupu, of Uoarduun, U in the ;\ SALl:
Orleans to witness the Mall Gras Carnival city and is thinking' seriously' of taking ,
and a most pleasant time spent at St.Augustine in the ball to-night at the Exposition UNDER .\sun\forvcloKiire' VIRTUE rendered by A the FINAL Hon.DK-J. ::: : : i HARNETT:: HOUSE ::-'
where building. The Colonel's love of .
1 stopped a few days. music! J. Finley JUI'IN of the Circuit c'ourt. In and forMarion
Our honorable mars rill, Mr. 8. 11. that, sootheth the savage's heart," and! I County, Fla., on the with day of February, .: : : : .: i. -1-
Moody, U recovering from a painful the charmluj..; poetry of motion that I INX, herein I wa appointed Special Master in : :' ": : : :
wound in the arm, received recently comes in gliding. gracefully through the a M.certain HOLM csua'therein:*. vt al. admlnltrat landing>n between of time state 11KNRY" of : .W OR ANYTHING IN'OCR :i"SKATi i LEADING POPULAR HOTEL OF-
.. ., while arresting a gang of the colored I intricacies of the mAl)'" waltz, never TUOMASJ I'AsrKfK.: : dmtai, complain.autsandiKiRGEiv.lYON5et : -:0_ i -1-
r i' \ will desert him while there U breath in at" aa defend- SAVANNAH, . GEORGIA
persuasion. VERY
I ants, I I'l1I offer at public sale on : :::: :: LOW PRICES.:::::: !
(;,'i: Mr. P. Deck Brown, of Carluston. was I his hotly.I AfO.V/Ul", Al'KIL 1ST. ts<*>. ....-........--.....-. .................-..--...... : -
r y at Citra Sunday and Monday to see his I In front of the court boWIe door at Ocala Flnrlda, i. i i : i............
. t \ brother, ((1)) the affable and courteous II. Money>> In Itt-! within the legal noun, sad veil to the highest bidder 1 I ELECTRIC"LiiVilta"..BELLBI
i (. 11. Brown. forciuh. the following: dt-acrlbed real proper COME: .dtOt'SD \VlLl. YOl"&TFOX i ii I !! ... i iI ;
Wanted a man to reprf'ientaLDJ sell oft ty. situated Marlou County. Florida, to wit:
.., lion. D. )(. Rodefler, our Mayor, is in a bankrupt stock of silks to the retail The at half of hs southeast quarter of section ;i BENJAMIN i I -

i.-..::; town again, having been absent a good trade in Ocala and adjoining towns. Ad. section five\and eight uorthweatquarter; all In township I of fifteen north east south quarter, range, --...... -..-.-.-...-.-..........! .--- Arteai&u Welt Water. Street Canto aU DepoU.W .
deal of the time recently. IDKMANDI.Don't dress, with reference, twenty-three east,containing one hundred and s I *
: twenty ten, more or l.saFORREl3T .
\ TO fail to attend the
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SAN DTSemiTropicalExposition



This Exposition, incorporated under the laws of ttu- State of Florida, opened at-- ,OR



CLOSE MAY FIRST 1889. b i,hl:


This will\\ be an Exposition of homological, Horticultural and Agricultural products of Florida, and her soils, timbers, wools, minerals and live stock, and in addition articles .' .v. I,
and products of general interest from all States: and countries. :Entry is open to the world for the display of its products. No cbargo for entries! nor : space for the products or /!. rrtn.
manufactures of Florida. tin
The United States Experimental Station for improvement and development of products indigenous to this section has been located contiguous to our exposition ground. : T .
JbzyWe invite exhibits of all descriptions, particularly those pertaining to the arts, mechanics and agriculture, guaranteeing uniform courtesy\ to all exhibitors. urI*

CASH PREMIUM_LIST, $3,500.'f; { :.

GEO. W. WILSON, President. WM. FOX First Vi 'e-llreaideut. DR. II. KNIGHT Second Vice-president As

C. W. CAMPBELL, SR., General Manager G. 8. MAYO[ Treasurer. J. O. CLARKK, Secretary

.mnc Fits- OCALA National.- BanROF [The wlerclmnts'c National Bank{ THE} Drug 'J F.1.1Aittil0i1010 .

Ocala, }'Iorhla.NC ; .I
4 !__ 470. Do '\j

-NO. 3815.

4+ y.- .. 4+ 1 SUCCESSORS TO THE BANK OF OCALA. No Second TAKF-Place '1
i-+ .w. AIW..h .M.VrW.MN :!.{ ,

r : Authorized Capital, CAPITAL STOCK -IN'J
Paid Up Capital, S oOOO.OO ,
M SURPLUS 3,610.OO \1.:
$50,000.. ; 1 v.

i ti \V.II.COUCII,9.1 of Goods and .... i/
Low }.rl.
E.W.AGNEW,Pre. .. Quality :'
.....-- ,'. ....-.-.. ol'rIcIItsS
JNo..F DUNN, l'rui.Jc... ; ; CJ
L E. P. DISMI'KK J c.llrndent. ..J\r.
t-t !, GOODS .TOHHKDi ., .
It. B. MfCoNNKLL, OathifT '
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A. McINTY'RE. CASI-DEn.: : : Bring rune titabluhed our new and elegant Bank building' art jtrrjtared to guar -(Loc te antee'aiit faction to all. 1D111.:! '! %
SURPLUS $7,000.00 General Banking bvtinett transacted. Exchange bought and told. !Ii.DJ'I''

banking houses in the State owned by the : BOARD OF DJUECTOUS.J .:-- a. I
equipped .
One of the finest and befit :.rUIor
facilities for making; Collections on all accessible point -- .
bank. We have special ,
consistent with saleDankTnKSd
and favor to our customers
; extend every courtesy and careful attention to all business entrusted to us DUNS, E.P.DISMUKES: ; -.
; shall give prompt ACCOUNT and all business In our line and CIIAR.RIIEINAUER, J.A. EISrSTE1N: .'
guarantee entire satisfaction. J.C. PERINE, L.M. TIIA YEn,

Importers & Trader* National Hank, Now York, N.Y.; S rs, .

outhern Bank of Georgia. Savannah. CORl ESPODEN7.fJ.:
in all important cities in the West. -AT- .
Special Rational Park Bank: of New York. Matenct fdational Bank: of Potion..
elect Nalional Bank of Knvannnh Georgia. A. E.
nwlO-w) Louisville Banking Cb mllt'iV, Louisville, Ky DELOUST.SmllSS. f


Street, Ocala, Fla.
I I \ Jewelry Store -Drug Line- .

'-' Shines replete) with everything in HEADQUARTERSPIANOS r .
Th" Hotel of the City.Ei: hia line.. Call and examinefor -0- -10&- e

-....-..........................................................................................-.....- yourself. THE PLACE TO FIND THEM

_._=.....FIRST-CLASS.......................................................'.....................M........................... AT --\JfD- Y' sn
Strings for :Musical! Instruments a9peclaty. DR. DELOUEST.Wcrt .
Hot a",1 colt HU G>I"rJ&l-l"tU upU roomt for Cow.tercial i
ttotrie'bellfi:*every pon. :
ZraKferi. 95 rooms. A>f brick hw al raN>. mi ure.. AU Work on rplr. of Clocks and WUchM -( Brpc SQUAU.) Musical Iostrnments-1
: '" OtJ&l'&llteet1.f. si.b ... ", ,i .
I. 1'lULL Ltu",Jan'I, 1m. m" .Rhel nauer's Old Stand. OCALA- i I* | "! f Jl'LORlnA OCALA
(Rau1 pn day.)
9 A.

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.;... r ; ..._ ,'! '-. _. ._ .4.... ,::r..h'.f:.., Tf .:, '.' : ", $ "" .' l7rMta
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: fft.
jJ -0 't'j j 1. ..'. &:J... > L W' t .t,.If i 1 1. '

!""1 i I UIJI t-T' ...r7F:: 1$1. 4iIEI -'- -----o.--- ..r"

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THE ; ,

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= .' "" : : "" .. -r.( Ie" LalceSidolloe1
IlrAnnnm Ub.crIPt Rate.. I 1 I. :

PU Montta. : : fr : ; .
Three: Month, 1 2&.
1 ---- 'J'o.

h dmii. Ratu: So. Lake Weir Fla.

S 1ne. jl' rr.j'| m. 11 I m. 11 l m. I i wk I once" ,
4 column"Sfinche i30p lito U *q ooiio 06$3 oo ,
"" 175 100 M 4100 SOoMV) ,' CJ. Sixteen miles south of Ocala; on
I 100 60 I' >80 I 10 re> 2 ftol 1 ffl
t W 30 18 7 00 1 TW 75 high bluff overlooking the whole I
1 inch
( 80 20 12 4 50 1 r 50LowU of "Beautiful Lake Weir."

,10 cent per Iln S :

.11 .farther Information apply at office or x.

1 C. L. BITTING, Fine Boating, Sailing, Gunningand

Banner tlanaf er Fishing .

-CITY-- ---& COUNTYDIRECTORY. Terms $2::50 per day Reasonable

I Rates by Week or Month.

Major-Dr.Tbo P.Gary
ClerkA.. Mnnar ( .
)/ BullockanbalC. E. Ball. Late of Park Avenue Hotel,New York, and Clifton
CoUeetor-P'.I'.Ow..ou. Uouae Mara Fall
AstMsor-D. E.Mclrer.Treawirer .
-R. R guowden. RATES $2.50 TO $3 PER DAY.
President of Council-Jno. F. Dunn. .
Board of Aldermen. K. Into E. W. Arnew, All Year.
J. T.Lancaster John A. Rowel It i. I.. Root, &.0. Open
anall.Bmhh, IL W. Chandler, 1. Brown and W.u. Mar DD --- --

sanitary In.pec\Or-W.: T. Kin,.

County Judge-Richard MrConathy. TIte Ocala OoinjanjjrLvconroJ.
r County: Clerk-I). A. Miller. )
Sheriff-E. T. \MIIUms.Aa .
Mor-J. C. Mathews.
Collector-II.T. Wartmann, Cltra.
Treasurer- R. Pylea. .
Superintendent of Public Instructlon-M. .. }
Payne, Hemlngton. .QM. .
County Corn m1aodonen-lt. W. LOM.J. W. P.Trantham .
M.IL Rollo F.>>. I'errln.N.. P. WU- -)o(-
The in County every month.Commissioners meet the first Monday CAPITAL STOCK $500,060.00

s School Board-F. E. Harris K. T. ttartmannII. ,
8. Moner. A. R.Orlffin. P. L imrlsoe.
School! : Board meets first Monday In every month.

COUNTY BOARD OF HEALTH. THIS COMPANY is now prepared to sell Stork,'
+ lot 40x100 feet from 110 ,
President-Dr. T. P.Oary. upwards and located
E. B. Richardson. at the "ttefct End" Panic purchasing
secretary-Capt. : -1 One Share of Stock Handled
Members-Dr. B.A.mlth, \ ,
.. ... Dalian in Jl(K gown ten wnhffuout fob V>xlOO feet.
..; .B. Moser and D. 11. Inrln 0 p .AI '
; For further particulars call upon or addre'i
President ... Dunn. ;: Gco. S. Mayo, Gm'l JIang.,
Vice llt ident-B. A.. Weathers. No. 1 Marion Block, OCALA FLA.
teere\&r1-Wm.Board of(Joternors-A. P. Man Jr C. :IRheln. lmd-w I3feb
aver, Jno. Y.l\JnD. J. II. Livingston, B. A. ?,r
Weathers Wm. Fox and 8. W. Moody.

President B. vrilmer.
Vice President-Ed. I>elottest.Secietary .
and Treasurer Louis Fox. N
Board Of 1lrtdnn-J. T. Lancaster. Isaac SUrhens -LEADS3NITHE--
P I. Brown, M.. Flshtl" A. E.: Delouest.l U. Diachsrlas .
and K. A. Burford.

OCALA RIFLES. ,, 1 Watcb Clock
A. Nash f
apuln-Geo. o q-
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'a First Lieutenant-R. B McConnell.: r { t r I 1 '.,. e.., H JIM. Jeo1ry
t Aecond Lieutenant. K. Williams. .. ,
lams. Members. .r-.rLINEI
Chlef-T. D. Lancaster. !
Foreman-Maurice Khelnauer.
t First aaslisiant. -Louis Volk.Beoond .
MMlMant..W.U Marshall.
8ecrelary-J. U. Mallett. -0-
t Twenty-fiTe member

r ; Palmer. .. .._ .... -- Specialty.
Pr sId nV Abram :

)Twenty A.\&nt-WeU.o reDlaa-Wtlu! members Rlchardnon.Heuts. A TOWN LOT t t tATOWNLOTI -0-


r [ every,Tue.da7 evealng]. $25.00. ; 'I $25.00. I SmSMS

W, n.:.Chaille.Phillips.! N.Secretary.O.W.M. .-i -..-.....................-..... ........... ... .......-.......... JJ
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OCALA CHAPTER NO. 13, R. A. M. ...... .. .. -' LAND TITLES !
'. Ocala.Cbaptef No. 13. R. A. M. Convocations -THIS' n..Pi.jrf) ; : IS.OPEN ; ; FOR \ THIRTY DAYS h ONLY II 1! I-
first Monday night In every month. ._.M..M, _......... .................._.__...__...._...._. ________.___ i -.
II. W. LoNG, II. P y *

f 1 d Sabbath B serried av. W.at U.11 OOTWALP A. M. and, Pastor.7 r. M. fundaBchonl The first in the field I New Semi-Tropical addition to the City of Ocala I Anderson's new addition ABsTRACT COMPANY.

s; at 9SO A. M., Wednesday evening lectures adjoins the Semi.TroBeal; Exposition grounds. Three hundred lots now offered at $25 each, for thirty days -

at 7.30.:: Beats EPISCOPAL free, Th l.ubllo'Ol'\ltallJ CHURCH. invited only. The property 18 elevated and overlooks the city. South street is now being graded to the property. .LS HE PLACE 10 GET 7IIE'FAC7SOrcE

The ProlIOt(1 I "duI1l1l1) line," when completed, will add 100 per cent. to the value of every lot. Lots can be .

Eta C. \\iuna.. Rector. paid for on the installment plan, desired. No commissions, no agents ; buy direct from owner. The editorof -1-

t.,, Bcrrloea standard ever time Sunday: beats at five 10-16;: a MunJay. m. and school 715: pD. I the BANNER will select lots for non-residents. "Get in on the ground floor." Plat can be seen at office o7 OCALA (Hoes

,; ark p.m.. W.11. Chamberlain; ,tut) < rluten>lent. II. I. Andervon. or uddrvMt II. I.... Anderson, Lock Box 125. Ocala. Fla.
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BIOS FUR OCALA iiuni sccifDoi liIa3aI
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; ,, erecting theOc'ala IIUn\ School Hulldfnr E. B. RICHARDSON
,will be received by the TrasNw of the Ocala REAL ESTI3.TE. ,
HUh school until April lit. ivy Plans I and -THE
spsulAcaikms now rtaJy ai the dice of T. J. I I -1
i flito .. architect." the mattes reserve tlie wlrHaw ,
r / *oli)..':tini any or all bids Hands for IsJtfcfol ... ..Improved and Unimproved..._ Finest Livery In the City
M>rlonuanc of contract t-e given. send In
tildes Chairman; heart Trusties Ocala F E.Ulgh HARklS hcbool.AtlMti LANDS. GROVES. ETC. The Leading Hotel of the City. -0LEAnING -

f J, 1VM.,"fOX scary.1.16 and is. wit -1-I SALES STABLE
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