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 18, 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
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MONDAY MARCH 18 1889 t
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BUDGET Qf1 HOME! NEWS OYSTKIt HtJPPEU IX THE EXPOSITION burn, who had charge of that necessary Ve' Suggest crrl ( ,

UU1LUINU. part of the work, arraying the tables under We suggest! that the Exposition( management I ;

C iL._ UITTIX&ER, City Eiltor the gallery in the form of a hollow secure the fcenice- of some one DIRECTORY .

-' Citrus Opens the ball, and Score square, po that everybody! could see (lrOur I'rominE'nqwt'JI'pJ'1lt'cl, professionalmen
Go to andl'ri end! get: tboX of-..cent- AII Immense Huc-coe Captain everybody else which materially assisted to welcome the I'It' of the various CITY OFFICERS,
cigars for u. Carroll, the host of the Evening it/making the occasion a liner- counties, when they l' come here to Mayor-Dr. This, I'. Gary
Eloquent: Speeches &c. .
c. (Clcrk-S Itnllock.Marshal
Y" don't 'OU rail ." o as and warmly social one. s celebrate their "Daly." "Il would Impress. -('. K.: lull.
) on It'jeweler I I Citrus county does nothing by halves- The &' expression" of the guests our &guests with the fart that \H are 'ollft'tor-F. 1*. (iadnou.AmciMor .

___ dsfebtd Though the youngest in her line of pro- n. thon| | lc theirjeaxe of Captain .CarI really glad to see them, and such at- -P. ":. Mclrrr.Troa .
Court motion she has .a IIl't'r-H.1 K Hnowdcn. sit
taken front
convenes to-morrow. already rank 'entfonand recognition would create an llvfclih-nt of Council.-Jae. F. Punn.JUwrd .
among her wealthy sister' in making mpresion in their mind that would lw or AMcrmrn-J, F." Piui, F.. W. Agnew,
If you have not I- heard o the G and known to the world, the abundance! and nost agreeable and comforting, to them J. T. Lancaster, John .\. Howol, K. U Koot. K.U. t
(insocial 1 racket call on Dr. E. Van Hood magnificence of her hidden wraith and tit asssaaaated md add largely to the popularity of our shall Smith, II. W rhaii.U 1. crown and \v.ii. Mar- ,

for particulars. beauty in the grand display her public ,own and |people and be of Increased Sanitary\ I'l..t.nr--W i T. Klnn. 1

J and progressive citizens are making at llOOII to the Exposition COUNTY OFFICERS
TbomkinsvilleCitrus! county, is hay. mi-Tropical l, than whom there i is none under the laws of the Stnt of FlAY We feel confident such men an Bur.
Ing j a te,*!I\'al. Item> G15 'd ten and more devoted and zealous in the County Jiuliic-KicUurd MiCoiuttiy. ,
A. A. \\ ilson J good ford, Bullock, the Andersons, Forest I'mint r Clc-rk-1 A. Miller ...
are conducting same. work than the untiring and indefatigable HobiiiHon, lion John n.< Koardon, Hugh Shrrlif-K: T Williams,
; worker, Commissioner! C. C. Carroll, under Miller Col.) Badger Mr. Spencer O. T. AwwRnor-J. t', Maine**.
Don't fail to attend the auction tf Collwtor-II. T artnmnu, ('(tn.a
whose auspiciett, Citrus county gave ji Green and others, would gladly devote Trciumivr H. Tylfa.Hii

Fresh fish and lioniotta! oysters an oyster supper Saturday night "in the L FLOR1DA fifteen or twenty minutes on special |>vrtnteiideiit of Public Instruetimt-M. L.Tayne .

daily at Courtney's market. 5mchtd Exposition building. I days to welcoming visitors and assuringour ) ( rlvmliiKton.('Oml1\l "lont'-II.. W. tang! %.*:W."/ *I1.Traiitbam 4Xniiity .

The object of the social fathering was j good friend from neighboring. counties M. It. Kou, Jo'.>>. Pima 1t I'. WlllnrawMi y
Mr. Dozier our }upular i*>sttnaster for the purpose showing to the manage. how happy we are to have them 11 ,
has been confined to his bed since Satur; ment, and to the othir counties represented withu*. I The aunty Commissioners met{ the drat Monday ,
____ in
day with a severe attack of congestion; in the building, the kindly feel I ( l\i1 I school rrrry Hoard month-F.. t:. lUrrln. I... T. \\.rlwanD,
ing Citrus county had fur all of them, FIR; Don't ( to attend ttie auction tf : M. K. MoiH-r. A. R. Gnats I'. l I.. Pnrlwic.tchool ,

The South Florida Foundry and Machine and most admirably was the happy I Hotel ArrltnlH.MONTEZIVA Idmrd: mli fire t Monday turvrry, j. month. f

Company- of Orlando has a lot of thought carried to a delightful and successful COUNTY BOARD OF HEALTH. ,
fine specimens of tbeir work exhibit issue. HOTEL, March 17.J T. J. ra! on well I Newbury, K Smith, Floral t l'rl'.t.h'IIL-llr. T P. Hary,
at our Exposition.Miss At noon of Saturday, a wagon-load of ID.I 11'\, FvlKh w sii; ; ii'II'. I'ncltlc: coast; rltl": I'l'l'n'luy-t'AIt. .K: It. KU-liarilnon."' it
such fat, lucious!! and enticing oysters' Page. Mini I-. {Yak, "..now' (! c' Thornp.aldo' l'IIII'n-tr.. I II. .\. Smith, Anthonyr Mcw lladford, of Kentucky, who has no where else to be found except in Dead j ewb. H, William. Crystal iU."r; John ii. Tup II, M. H. Mowrand P. II. Irvln.

e been eloppin at the Steel House, andvisiting and Crystal rivers in Citrus county, arrived ural products of Florida, and her sol 1 I t Chicago IX-lAml '; John John('Kauri liltlT. .Ur Jr h. Cltnt iUTllle, I'. f.I'U, Sutton.rant-, BOARD OF TRADE. i

friends! in the city, returned and the united efforts of the restaurant world for tho of ita ham and\ wife, UoUuhnro, N ('.. James l>uffjr, rrcuMonl-J F, PnnnVUe ,
the .
home this morning.Mr.Tom force in the building, was called in to display Frontier.; Tht*. Palmer, Itr""fal\'tlJfI. rrtl<1fiitH. A. \WUlhe"
1 !. (I. MrPufflt. lows,. Fos.IkTsrJoioveruontA
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t into service, consisting! of Messrs. T. W. )tr. and Mn. C. K: Uruoe. K M gray Jr., city,, I'. Stan Jr. C. :JUhelnaurr -
Smith, our boss harness!! and King, C. H. Dame and !t. H. Coburn, to ttnent of products! indigenous to this I I'J .... Ctrbhaiii New Haven. ft., John it. Lilian, Jnn, F. Punn, J. II I.Iviugsltn, II. A.
shoe maker, lost valuable cow few Ct. Mm. ,.. II. Halllmnre t>. E weathers 'nn. Fox and 8.V.. Moody
a prepare the mine for the lOt plates provided !(; to the arts, uu'chanics and.agricult iWattrburjr.', ; >|*
days!! ago, which he sold for t oO and was for Citrus guest, who assembledat Arnold I.c ulal3umtamFrneitJordanbostonSlase.I'ark F:H. Mocjuot-ton. John Morrl. BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION -
to deliver to the purchaser to-day. eight o'clock and for two hours the 80Ilf I Billlnglon Hrrlr, Austria; J. A. Lanehan ,

most agreeable of social chats and astonishing 1 f.Alb uT. A 8. P"'lker,Sliver I'IIrltIO" E. M. Post, l'n. 1'rllt-C.' II\, timer.
Don't fail to attend the auction. tf feats 1 :New. UrWaiiR.\ March 17-0. K.; 1'vtu-r city: F. I K, Vice l'n.h'.nl--t.1.: l el.>tio t.Hfietary .
fj gastronomic oyster were ( lJJ.I. .LIS Wf\hfllol'l', Martin "'111..; R\. F. Irvin 1'aul Irvin and "rl'&IIII"-Ioull Fot.Ikmnl .
f indulged in by the delightful and satisfied W. 1'hilailfltihl H.
Mr. Charles Marshall Washington Ray Mott *; A i ol t 1111I'l'1"ra-' J. 1'. Lancaster Iiaao8tt.lienn ,
returned Satur
l participants. The aching void and lockers, New fork. O. Urtllry, \>aoo, Texas I I. crime, M, Hnl\ A. R. lieloulJllt.| II. P. '
: day night from Cross Creek, north of abysmall I chasm In the anatomy of the Zacharlm and h, A. lurturd.: iv' '
Orange Lake where he has been puttingthe assembled having been proj 'rly filled 'Chi 'ago. 111., and Miss Dutton, of Boston, List of Grand Juror OCALA RIFLES. ,J "

finishing touches on a splendid new and bridged over, the (flow of reason began Mass., were out on the lIoino.sas.Ha riverin J. C. Ketrouer, J. II. Anderson, J. J. (C'AIllIln-ll'. A. Niwh.

house built by Mr. Exhue. by calling in the handsome' presi a canoe boat, when about a quarter ofa Foil, S. 11. Brown, A. I.. HlIK, F. C. Buf- First Mcutoiiaiil-U li. MrTonnclt.Pwoiid .
Llt' iialit-P. \\UUiWil..
mile from the hotel the boat 1
dent of the Exposition who in his usual capsized: turn, W. 1'auther, G. R. Connell, (i. A. Forty Mt'iutxTi. s.
President Wilson,of the Semi.Tropical, graceful and modest nunner, proceededto leaving the occupants struggling for life Hunter, J. A. Drivers" W. C. JetTord-s' C. FIRE COMPANY. l .
will leave to-morrow for Tallahassee in the The accident discov! ,
to water. was I.. JUtthlll W. J. Folks C. C. Fuwiell
make the
a ringing speech on beauties!! r, ('lItd-T P. laticaiiter.Foivinan .
Jt meet the other Florida Paris Expositioncommissionerlil and of the exhibits in ered by Mrs. C. T. Jenkins, and she im W. Lyons John E. J. W. Hlicln
.... grandeur the George: Bailey, -Manrlrr' >tur. r;
\ and consult with theGovernor building. and great good the exposition mediately called the attention of her William, J. B. Brownt. Flat lanl-l.tlnI. Volk t'
about the State exhibit at sameworld's for Florida and son, John C. Jenkins, who jumped into Second! ajwlKtantl, Marshall.
was doing every county rrriT JI-ROKS. $I'l'l'rClllr-J U, Malictt.TwiMityltte .
fair. boat and their relief and
within her a went to res
represented commodiouswalls. cued them from a watery grave. The J. O. Brown D. S. Borland B. 0. Mo meiubera. 't

Our young friend- Wallace Storall is Of the. and cordial parents of the young lady were loud and Ewin, Wiley iironks, Thomas R. Ayer, HOOK AND LADDER COMPANY.

making a grand success of the Sumter. will hearty and appreciation earnest! in their praise of Mr. Jenkins as E.; L. Carney, J. Porter Smith, John R. 1'rt'"Ienl-AI"1n I'almer. i i

vine 1\met. He has improved it in every good which he received encouragement such manifestationsand with an oarsman.-Manifold ffttir. Chitty, John floe I11l1n, 1'. M. t'ckln.er: AMlhtaiitVtrlli Jorc'inanMlki Incherda.m llrntx. : (, F -t

particular. Wallace knows how and is P. B. Lippitt, J. I). Mixon. A. E. Delouesl t, Twenty memlars.TULULA "

full of pluck and energy. proffers and, such given as that Citrus night county to hadsllo..11 the A Saw Mill In Ashes L. M. Graham, James D. hobkirk, H. I' LODGE, NO. aa, I, O. O. K.UMcTUmery ..",i

: desires! it known that world, of the generous and noble and We are creditably informed that the Billmgsley, Frank Crutchfield, }o'. H. Tucuday evening.]

the electric light will be supplied to. large hearted and liberal minded, evidences paw mill owned by Messrs. Howard and Davis. _______ ______ W. II. (ChalU, N. 0. '
that the whole Gibson, at Urahamville, was burned to W. M l'hUIII'|' K retary. -
night from the Exposition engine, and peimeated physicaland Notice. All vlftllliiR+ bothers cordially InvlKsl. t
the event will be celebrated by music mental structure of the> young giant the ground last night. No insurance.: r,
All having claims atrruniit the OCALA CHAPTER NO. R. AM.
Loss Beside the mill lot persons 13,
and dance. All are invited. beyond the "Coochie. He rejoiced) in 1,500. a of box
such meetings. They fraternized and heads heads were consumed. Florida International and SemiTropicalExposition Ocala Chapter, No. IS, K A. M. Convocation
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Don't fail to attend the auction. tf unified the beet! elements in man's composition The fire must have Wen the work of will please present them !Unit Monday night In every month.II. W. Luau, 1 H.( P. s
I either mail in at ollice
I and for such friendly meeting an incendiary, an there is ho other way by or person my J. 8, Fiuzitit Sccrt'tary.PRESBYTERIAN.
Dr. Dudley, of Georgetown College, I and greetings\ he rojoiced as it was the to account for the burning of the proper>> in the Exposition| building at once for : : CHURCH rniV.

Kentucky: preached to a good-slzed audience I dawn of a better and more prosperousera ty. The mill property was a good one adjudication All subscribers of tock : w. II. UOTWALU, Tatior.Ftibliath ,*".
at the Baptist church yesterday I and and lucrative business are notified their payments either b/ kS4
for Florida and all the counties enjoyed a Urge earth Work 1It'f\'ll'l.tj| at 11 A. M. and 1'. M. Sunday f
morning, was listened to with great in. within her borders, as it would do! away ___ __ note or are required at once. I :had at I/Jill i A. M, VWdnvUy evening lecture f ,. ,
terest. All the other churches w era well with ,vain and petty jealousies and that will be provided for all who Kato ttubscrilHnl at 7:;3o. Seats fn>r, The |>ubllucordially" Invited '

i. attended. unkind, distrustful and disparaKinlllcnti- Ocean Travel. to .pay in work upon application EPISCOPAL CHURCH. T,

ment and feeling which it engender, arraying The old reliable Mallory Steamship (C. W. C'AMrnELi Hr., t. l
Don't fail to attend the auction. tf one community against: another Line continues to .plow the waters of the 18uiar3td\w Gen Man. HER C. Ii. WiLMfcH. Rector .

Dr. K. W. eye surgeon, and sowing seeds that can do no lusting deep between Fernandina and New Wh); Not ? m.N-rvtrontvtry itandard Ihlle.Sunday\ Snap fr 10:15,:e: *Sunday. III.. and Hchool 7.15p.; r

good to but York, artd increases iu popularity by the at is m, W, II. <; \ Psi'
e has arrived and is located at Mr. W. H.Challle's hurtful anyone, proving largely: admirable service it gives the suggest):; to the manaueiuent: of the I' UanilM.riulu,8uierlilvndoat.SINCLOSJHOlT| ,
where those in need to any community or people who traveling I
residence that
-Trnpical exposition at Ol'ala.
will belittle themselves public. Rates from Jacksonville tot>w
of his services can find the gentleman, by resorting to York an Editors' Day be net apart, and! that '
Itt unfair and criticisms steerage $12,50 flrkt-claHS, 1MOU ;
testimonials of unjust of their ; ; the ., .
who comes with highest editors' wives IK- cordially invited
excursion jlU.dO. .
neighbors.It 142,00: ; intermediate, ) I ,
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his professional! ia needless to add, such sentiment Great reduction for parties, of ten or The t'lolln the the Press and 1/I}>- : : : IrJ )

of Mt. Dora among that assembly were applauded to Inure I tit Wit nets oltioe. struck thin morning.,.
late Arc like drum !
Mr. N. Kingman pleasant, business call this the echo. J. M. Cutler, Jacksonville! in. the oblig There ninnies are henry let, Frank u out ut oth ands\ \ ; {
made us a
morning and willl open in our city a General Bullock followed and made in".company's agent. Walpoin and Magi tKli'r ForreMtrr. Bro. THEY CAN'T' BE BEAT I,,;
one of his usual excellent prandial Horxl It"fur
post! in hi
manufacturing to
carriage and wagon: Don't fail attend 1 xtrennty came over
tirst-( 1U8 to the auction. tf
talks and the line
establishment. His announce of thought and benti-, BAXMH( and I we supplied( ; him with the
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ment ad. will appear in the weekly BAN ment heartily expressed endorseu.by President Wilson, he Mr. Will Kct'hnle our polite and MIIVH service of Mi. Charl R. Mitchali and 1UIIEAI'NESi4 ,
understand ont of the strikers IIHH
NER.' druggist, unexpectedly ran upun| hU NUATXKSBand "
J_ Manager Campbell ,
was the next sister and sister-in-law while III concluded to help out this week, HO with
Yesterday was truly a lovely day, typical throwing and he talked 1 as he works, the great IIoFijital fair and grand taking,) ball at their helptheVIM 1 rtM and \JI'itm'till\ \\ Durability. '::4
of Florida spring' time, and its beauty his whole soul into the! talk assigned and returned Borne out, on tune.V'o understand the .
fct. Augustine, to Ocala with
and balmy exhiliirating air, laden with him. The result : A mobt gratifying strikers intend to try their luck in Jack of
them, wither they were directing their Done.
the sweet and rich perfume of the buret- exhibit of idea, well expressed fonvilie. Repairs Prornp -
from Illinois when
he a'd lentl _
lug orange blossoms 1 drew many)' stroller and to the point, which brought to the steppe with them in 4r-Tut.Uatber and flr.JII/CI! of all kinds at
to the fceini-Tropical building to''drinkin gentleman who eats and sleeps with the met up "Ancient City. For Itfle by a gentleman who 1 Is leaving Mntlaln.! The only Hhro-msker'seloretu the '

I' the superb music of ur Colby l Exposition, so devoted is he to the "fair The following Ocalianx returned from this country, five fully pair' ) up Comity: fcMItlJDUOTIO.V

unequalled hand.Don't exhibitress," and to whose lasting credit the grand ball and hotu>ital fair at St. shares in the! Florida l'rOthll'Ianu. .- .. ...
be it said, he "literally brought facturing Company, Leesburg. Addres.4 .
by I
tf up Augustine! Saturday : Mr. and Mr*. (J.
fail to attend' the auction. hand the secretary' at Leesburg.
most liberal cheering. : K. Robinson, Mr. and Mrs. Edward: I MarchlMt. -, .

Mr Shnf',rl. of Anthony has completed Commissioner Carroll, Citrus' honoredrepresentative toot, Win. I.. \''uil>e\entrr and I Miss -- -- ---- .- Of )loule i IIUla Hotel l hates on and -

1 the Lr l'k"fjr around the Expo. wan the last speaker on Annie Robinson' Will Kcthnlf, sister Magnolia Dr"rr. Alter this Date.Ratta .

iition boikrs, and Engineer Brow er, of and the pi ditfident gmiii, aUld aIt be hough a very tuudet t and Mr*. O. II. Ka-hnte, and Albert The tint>ott and l best variety of orange an follows: |2 pertlay'; 10..rjO per
man made im-
Blue Springs\ than whom there is none pressioniy\ the sincerity, of his an fervent I Birdaey. They had a royal time. tries for the leant money, to be had ol week ; >$7 IT week for table r-ardj: ; ilfty
hadjusUn i the electric J. \V. A F. D. cents p 'r IIlt'alj fifty .. btl.
more capable, and earnest words, which brought him Mr. W. B. Hendricki, of near Hirr ,, ; per ,
will to-night not only! ilJuminate wtffebtd. Children under half
t'Dilne.h much applause and complimentary re and one of Marion county's excellent Belle view, Fla. t..nJt"ar. price.
the wi.ole. town, but the Exposition marks. -- -- HALL, Leas e.
new citizen paid IIH a pleasant call this
Money I nit Ocala
well. March 11 I 1889
tit building: as As this reporter did not get to the morning to add his contribution to the Wanted llinchdOt wl .
a man to represent and MOll of -
grounds until all the feasters had departed BA.V.SKK'M missionary box and let
say HtocklioldeiVNotice Meeting.
is so rejoiced to a bankrupt stock of silks to the retail .
Electrician Pri ge l we did as best we rould and took good) work go on. Mr. II. in making a is ,
have all the rower he trade in Ucala and adjoining towns. Address hereby given that the annual
think he illunuuate can Ocala and the hx-: our pick of the scraps, and tried by a splendid{ grove and i delighted with the with reference, metitinu of the stockholders of the "1
needs to patchwork fragments, to make the r61188t progress he is making u''d the bright Heather Island
to- J. K. Pot Orange Grove
spread Company
will give a K '
that he ,
ffiuo his particular friends at the | we present! to the reader. prospects laying in waiting for him in the *l 15mchU Macon, (i.. will be hold In the city of Ocala! Flori'
"We will be The follow ing are a nntnberof the ladies near future. Mr. II. and family will da, on Wcdriewlay, Mardi 27th IWJ k
Exposition and champaign is good and gentlemen! we heard were present : leave next week: for Chicago, amid be The Red Grocery, Magnolia street, is 10 o'clock w. in.

there at ten, l'rtl'ldtnt'IJIOn.! Manager Campbell, absent during the spring and summer the place to buy your gro.i-ries. l U1dI2JNO.. F. DUNN 1'reg.
enough for our plebian gullet.pou't General and Mrs. Bullock Mr and Mrs. I on business connected with his city II. KAniARMs, Proprietor. ,

attend the auction. tf E W. Agnew, Mr.and Mrs. B. A. Weather I property in that phenominal city. 31declm I Lenten 8<* jte;

fail to Mr. and Mr*. Ilaisley and I oeice I Tht're111 t be Lenten 8ervic Grace .
Had it not boon for the beautiful and Miss Bevel, of Gainesville; Mr. and Mr.. I Ilargaln Ing Ilesldeuce Lot. R. F:' YO Gf: A CX; The Ocala h) umbers Episcopal; l Church; oo Monday, Tuesday .

intoxicating Irish reel which Colby' Ex. Peyser and Miss Lesser Dr. and Mrs. i Perrone desiring business or residence Call and examine their one stock and Thuraday afternoons at 4.30 tu.
and p. ,
haul played yesterday afternoon Allred and daaghUrt'Mtttle; and May, loU adjacent to the public square, band- dSideclna trot good work at ifconabe! prices and on Wedueuday and Friday evening i

position p'ropriti4te A lIOn of EnD who is Colonel Livingston wife and danahter.Onehundred some and desirable will call on and 1:30. ..

the sounder to eta reed Instrument! In that plates were provided and Paul Jones, at propertl' Bullock A: M A comfortable well kept hotel that ,

musical organlzatlOD, we most of them did generous service to the Barford, owner, living in Texas: will bin charges most reasonable rates, U the Htlll They Come.

han way up fOllrttoo! that St. snakes' n w u hungry mortals who Mt in front of them t.hefordtyone wtttk froa. to-day.lar. Harnett house, Savannah Ga. so long Fine Wiry harness and fine saddle

here and Ireland, bad "no her M the eai.iDt.U excellent, and reflect chasers can now secure a bargain.18mard6twlt. conducted by )Ir. M. L. il'araett.1'owlinb just received at Smith' lenses

boots." creditably on Mettwrs.King. and Col. World: tnarlltf Come and see ujch 15 8bOl1.

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The Un1nnity of Penn.qll"l.n1a celebrates
Ita centennial 189L So. Lake Weir Fla.

: The output of the coal mine near Albuquerque r ,
N. M., l*160 tone a dal.Buony .
I b mid to furnish the largest per Sixteen miles south of Ocala.; on

centage of suicide of any drlllied rtat*. ._ high bluff overlooking the wholeof

fcftpt Sidney O'Danne, the flLIDOUI "pre- \ "JP. "Beautiful Lake Weir." ,
tender to the throne of Ireland" .U on trial In 1\ ,
Berlin t Jar swtnduag.England ",
hat only one coJeceper edited .' .
by uodargradaatea, namely, The Review, I
published at Orford.j Fine Boating, Sailing, Gunningand

The richest university In the world U said : Fishing.
: to be that of Leyden, Holland. It has reads
3 estate to the value of 10,000,000. Terms $2:50: per day Reasonable

It 1*said that Charleston ha improved 80
Rates by Week or Month.
cent. In
per general appearance since the .
earthquake obliged to much rebuilding.The Address :

almost Incredible statement U made II. J. ROSENBURG, 3,
that Honolulu ha.more telephone In ue toproportion Manatee '
.to her population than any other Late of Park Avenue Hotel, New York, and Clifton
city. House,Magra- Falls.

Quick firing Armstrong gun, 80 and 100 RATES $a.50 TO $3 PER DAY.
pounder, discharging ten and eleven shots a

minute British,army' hare been finally adopted by'the Open All Year.s,

One of the greatest innoration in the house O ----- -

of parliament 1* the Introduction of a toot- ,
black in the common cloak room. Ho 1* the
first of his kind. Ocala
It 1*said that Christmas shopping wo not .
10 brisk In New York this rear a* it wa rF
last. Nevertheless, the popular storM were
(, jammed with customer. D

There 1* an acrimonious debate going on A*
to which of the New England ctate rat.* -))0I (- a,t
the finest turkey' Thus far Vermont noems
I .
o to have the best of the argument.The Z 'CAPITAL STOCK $500,000.00

roof eaU of coaches on fifth avenue,
New York, are supplied with rug to wrap I
about the knee of pamengor who care to
brave the cold for the sake of the view.
TIllS COMPANY U now prepared to tell Stock, ,
The church in Shaker Hinge, Canterbury, -:;, \, ratJ tIt 40x100 feet from $10 upwards, and lo
'- N. IL, although built in 17VJ, ha never been at e "Wert tnd" Ocafa. Parties purchasing
One Share of block of One Hundred
'. reahingled. The shingles are of heart pine, J. ) '* 1' T.i ; Dollarsnll be given ten eonkyuoiu iota tffxlOO feet.

and were fastened on with wooden peg. ,;t" i: ..... :!; \: For further particulars rail upon or address
;' A dry good clerk In a Pennsylvania villageate Gco. S. Mayo, Z
three large mince pie in an evening and No. 1 Marion Block OCALA FLA.
went to boll Instead of dreaming that he ,
aw hit departed ancestor, he went to Join
i them before morning.
55 A Louisville paper speaks of a robbery in ., ImdwlSfebWEIHE
,; which the victim wa "a hard working,frugal
man, who, by a lifetime of toll, had ( "
amassed the sum of $13 and wa about to en 1
Id>T1otineeed: rest.
k' -LEADS IN THE-- ?
After having at least fifty fire drill there .

came an alarm of fire in a New York school, rs1 ,,
and every pupil lost his head in a minute and
assisted to create a confusion in which over .t' i Watch Clock
$twenty children were injured. .t t". :e.. : Jewelr
,,-ne; yearly income of the great Kimberly .. ,
diamond trines in South Africa 1* 190,000,000, J I .'
and beside this it U estimated that fully
10000.000 worth of diamond are ItoloueTfJrlfNJ' J' LI Il'l E I
by the natives who work in the I
mine .0' -crUCIalrlng ;
The people' of \Vapella, Ilia., recently saw .
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tJ*little town of Midland City, twelve milesdistant 't a Specialty.
impended m the clouds. The mlragowa
ao vivid that the observers could ee' a r .
tram of can approach and leave the Midland : : AT.OWN-LOT --0- I
t .. f station .1-ATOWN"i.OT
.Edward Bherman. of Whitewater, Wi*., : LOOK FOB S
ban become.raving maniao a*a result of an : 1mJJ.88
attempt to abruptly discontinue the use of I $25OO.! : $25.00.

tobacco. Ho had for many years consumed ._................. .. .. .--........... -.-...
y large'quanUttaa Of. airs *yi,both. by smoking> : =:..::::::::: .:.: : ...:.::.:: LAND
and chewing. TITLES I I1

+ Mlcajah Henley, the man who invented $ '' ITsTrTj". 1'lI: r '1S U'CN.} rOI 'IfRly'n' = D A YS" ONLY Il Tr! '''' -1-i : '

t; i ; roller. :dates, live in Richmond, Indo He :..:............................-...............................-...-..-...........,................-.......................-....--....-.--.--.......--NN.NNN
4 l was'a poor wooduawer, and it took nearly THE BEACON & ADAMS
his last dollar to pay for tho patent, but the
craze for: skating that spread. over tho country ABSTRACT COMPANY. "

made him rich. The first In the field New Semi-Tropical addition to the City of Ocala Anderson's new addition -l-I

/ Tho old saying, "cold enough to stop a adjoins the Semi-Tropical Exposition grounds. Three hundred lots now offered at $25 each, for thirty days IS
in Maine
clock, baS been actually exemplified 10 GET
this winter. Tho Vecent storm of mow and only. Tho property is elevated and overlooks the city. South street is now being graded to the property. THE FAC1b0tPricg

ilqet froze the hand of the town clock in 'The proposed "dummy line," when completed, will add 100 per cent to the value of every lot. Lots can be I -1 _

Banger solidly down on their faces, and they : paid for on the installment plan, iCdc8ifl l. No commissions, no agents ; buy direct from owner. The editor ,
dIdn't go any more. of the BANNER will belect lots for non-residents. "Get in on the ground floor." Plat can be seen at office of : ; OCALA Horu

According to The Railroad Gazette, there II II. L. Anderson, or address II. L. Anderson, Lock Box 125, Ocala, Fla. lliJaSm'
,,t were in October 1 JO persons killed in railroad j I
accident throughout the country, M |per I
whom Of the"U mos yon OCAI.A man sccuooi,
e"S cent were passenger!
), person injured, 120 went employee anti moet HUIMMNG. THE OCALA HOUSE. E: B. RICHARDSON
Of tbeso freight Laud
"Jut oil'man f>n the Vermont border, says forert><:UiiKtbeKalHlKi.sch: l Hiill.t- -THE-
ThrNwYerk Herald died the other day, ; IO'r \>y the Tiuwu-vt of !ho (Kl I
3. until April Ut, tl'9. flans and .
HUth Livery In lhe
And in his last hour be confoMod that be had City
I>tclHc tli>in now rewljr at the ottli-e of T J .
been a smuggler for forty-net cu straight Hook, anhlteit The 1 ruitw reserve lhet>'rlriVKeof >
yean,and bad beaten the government put o( rejecting any or all 1,1.1. luuuli fyr faithful -0LEADING -
iitrforuianceof contract u tm given\ $eu i In .The LeadingHotel of the City
un*,cf!thousand*of,dollars, bl.lulo !>. F; HAKU18, 8 4LES STABLE
A;dlamonJ o>med.in DuRalo and known a* Chairman: .. Pearl Trutituos Ocala HUh school
theVUuffalo ,"weighs (10 caraU and (is Attest) \\M FOX fvcreury ,
gem t 'I1-M
d inch H.: 15,1: $cud 11U
supposed to Iw tho largest lu tho United -AND-
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5 State It U about the size of an almond and

bou tiu Quterd-qtfor::! 100,000.8omo'yTiIkLarris .

I'a., young men -whoha IResldont Dontlsts.MKRCTIANTSr ARCHITECT ANDrumUhed BUIq>}tR
r 'lour have NATIONAL.B. N( BCIUDIKO ,
4 y ,ve boon dubbed the Ten, orgauUed I -
an Anti-Profanity club. A* tl.80 in OCALA, FLORIDA ARepairllted : DPBION8 AND FBTI1AT 8
fine*were collected within ten minute after \
the adoption of the bylaws, it Ueipttctedtheclub AU branches. Root of crowned dentlntry\ with poreeUlo Teeth ailed or told andpreserved. i Inside and Out!! _on, IppUcatlonI. --L t

yoll Uve high, foe a.time at least. teeta. ArUflclal sets tram one M< I D ta\the town ;of OfeQ\ ftpiwaito Vosth, a flnt-cla dentistry at moderate price e- -AND' aREFITTED Omca-aIll1I>L"ICI: t : :Oren andtagh. .
TUOTHPOwosa 4 asau T. I
i trapeze woman wa performing with her OCALA, .
-feaM>ld boy \\1illo..b1t wa holding the l'LOlUrI.
child bv her teeth. broke aud mothor i
and fco04 fell mother
. tt\ tl-gr'otuae on
the child. Doth were suriouUy injured. I I.
/>i.N'nsrs. I J. BROKAV7
A sensation ha been caused: in Belgian *MM *MMBM 1 .

+ dety bj 1'heAlmeuach d< Ootha falsely an- .Special attention given to Crown BriJf twork, -I--f
--5, a DOundoV',the uarrUfo of ,the:Count*** cf Ooldplate. and all nrvt-cl**. operation i",rtalnIng THE
r ; uom&D'toartb daughter of the frince of ;to the Dental Art. Gas aJWIDI.tt ft'd tor tbe&lnlf'N MARION COUNTY
I eitrartlon of teeUL Offlc In First BEAUTIFUL LAWNS AND CROQUET GROUNDS ... ,
Chimay, to Alphonm t Wanters, a.member of I at.ona1 Bank Bulldlug, oat 6 If ---
the Royal Academy of Fine Art of DrtiarelaThe --- ------- SEBYMANJOF .I1

Methodist of Lumpkint Oa., have aIWYSbeU finps.P.OARYti! D. i -1-

i the. o4 C* Icing cracked 1 onus TO TUB
r,. r o&.I.& ad.. 1'11BLIQ.J1lnI ,LIZ
eaQ a 1U b'C14 Win na ttr e rayuai AI1t srsosox.i 1'fU&8u\' ETOChg-ORAh

.t summoned to worship men of varying creed lUwn.Afacw. 4 Uary-i, Block, OCALA Fos."T..pits ArPLttro I : J : ::1. If.TUA YERlYuuu. --,11DI A )

to the NftberUad, *, I\artugal/ ;iBx. >nMH eM>e la nnrtd. OCA1.A. 71.01111) 1l'CU.U1T.

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BUDGET.OF HOME NEWS OY8TKH 8UPPEH IX THE EX. burn, who had charge of that necessary" AVc Suggest CITY & {'ouN'l'DIRECTORY. e

POSITION DUILDINQ. part of the work, arraying the tables un Wenuggesl 1 that the Exposition; manacempnt I

______",',L. B1TTIX&EK, City Editor. ball der the gallery in the form of a hollow secure" thefcerxice* of some one .

---"-- Citrus Open lie and Score square, FO that everybody l could see of our promlnt'nt.|well) versed proft' '"lonal
Go to Sandt' 8'- end get a ,box: of 5-vent nn Immense Success Captain e\erybody else which materially assisted men to welcome the people i of the varioumountiew CITY OFrlCERS,
cigars for U. Carroll, the Host of the Evening ll'or-llr.l 1 hua I'.
it/making the occasion a goner when" they come here to Guy
Eloquent Speeches *e. .
Y"don't call-rthe c. o is and warmly social one.The celebrate their "DI\ "." 'Itwciild impress (M""halHal.'I..rkI'A. HulltK-k.: \ .
jeweler I Citrus county does nothing by halves- pleased ex I restion of the guests our guests/: with the fait that we are 'olll't'lor-F. I'\ Ua'l.ou.

__ d&febtdCourt Though the youngest in her line of promotion .n. : % of Captain Cart really glad to flt'ethein, and\ such at- AIUIt'"or-U. k:. Mrlvrr.Trcanurer .
-K. R. Snos, .ten.
convenes she has taken front rank
already "
to-wurrow. entionand recognition would create All
JTi'kl.lent! of Council on. F. Putin.Hoard .
If among her wealthy sisters in making -. mprt' ion In their mind thkt would i IK or AMcrmrn f. Ill >'u K.: W. AI11Pw.
," you have not heard of the G and known to the world, the abundance and newt agreeable and comforting to (them J. T. I.sncseter. John .\. Rowel: R.: I U (toot. K.U.
(i social racket call on Dr. E. Van Hood I magnificence of her hidden wraith and m acasnisr md add largely) I to the popularity of our Shell Smith, II. W. ('Chandler.. Itrowu ant W.Ii. Stir-

for particulars. beauty in the grand display her public ; + --7 [ own and |eople and be" of increase! Sanitary Ini i. 'lor-W. T. King!

and progressive citizens are making at to the .
TLomkinsville, Citrus: county, is hay Semi-Tropical, than whom there i is none ,. uooil} feel confident such Bur- COUNTY OFFICERS.

A.1 ADgia A.11'ilsun.TvaK! u *vs- J. G. loj dsten and more devoted and zealous in the good ; = ford, Bullock, the Andersons men ,an Forest County\ l'll'rll-II Jiiduo! -KlcUanl A. :Miller! MtCoiiitliy.t'oiiniv ., ; ,

are_ conducting hame. work than the untiring and indefatigable | c : f.1)1t.\) \ Robinson, lion John (i. K oar don, Hugh I'ht'rllt-K T. \\ llllainiAuwwor ,. ,
worker CouimisMoner" ('. C. Carroll T -J. c. Mathews. ,
Don't fail to attend the auction, tf under j Miller, Col. Badger, Mr. Spencer, O. T. ('\lIIlor-li.: T. Wartmann, fltra.
whose auspicies:! Citrus county gave Green and others, would gladly\ devote TrtMiitvr R.

Fresh fish and HoinoMssa oysters an oyster supper Saturday night in the J \\Vrt fifteen or twenty minutes on special. Kiiivrlnteit.UMit; l ilea: \- ..

daily at Courtney's! market. 5mchtdMr. Exposition building !| da8 to welcoming visitors and assuringour 1'1111', KleratiiKton.iXMiuty ('nmmtiwloncni. .. W. I/mir,;i W..e.t I*.

The object of the social (gathering was [ good, friend from neighboring l'O1I1'tit's Trantham, M. It. Hun, I'. a. IVirln 11. I'. WUllanuMm. .
Dozier cur j 1"plJl-r-I", tni aster! for the purpose showing to the management eM how happy we are to have them .
has been confined! to tm bed since Saturday and to the other counties represented .I with u". The County Cnramlitklonfn meet the Oral Mou- ,
with a severe attack of in the building the kindly feeling I day In every month j
congestion C Scholl Itonrd-K, K. Harris I U. T. \\.rtmiinn.
Citrus had fur all of them Don't fail to attend' the auction, tf ..
county A I R M me Mo The: South Florida Foundry and Machine and most admirably was the hat>py !| I Hotel Arrivals. djt1III."r.\." first Monday In every month.

Company, of Orlando has a lot of thought carried to a delightful and successful COUNTY BOARD OF HEALTH !
fine 8pe lml'n8.of their work on exhibit issue. 1 MONTMCMA' HOTEL(, Mrch' i"..--J. T. J. Caldwell r'
Xewl.urjr. S. C. (.. K. Smith, Floral I l'rl'IoI'II'-Ir.! T P. (tar,.
at our Exposition.Miss At noon of Saturday, a wagon-load of as1r ID.V.I Krl'hnw and> wife. I'noltlp: mast Eltlt. l''tarr'IIoI't. K:; It. Hlt'har."n.,
such fat, lucious and enticing oysters Psge Miss I. Owk, HArtow' IJ O Th"rnp'aMo; McmlHTUr. l II. t\. Smith, Aiuhony.r'.Mciwri.:''
liadford. of Kentucky who bas no where else to be found except in Deal = ...\ l/eutiu. ttllTUm. C'ry alsl l KTT! ; John II. Tnrll, M. S: Mooer and. 1 U. II. Irvin. i
t been stopping at the louse and .... j Chl(' *ro John lUnrii, Jr.. Clue I'. 1'. Sutton, BOARD OF
and Crystal rivers in Citrus county arrived ,oral prof nil !her BOI I I IX>Ijinii ; John {'hllty Umhftinvllle,, ('. O. iranl- TRADE. ,
visiting friends! in the city, returned and the united efforts of the restaurant of ita hAm and wife, Uotdnbom' N f,; Jtiuei l>uffy, TrcstJent. F. I MinnMoo '
home this morning.Mr.Tamn force in the building, was called I !It to the ........., \lay ronUcr.; Thim. Palmer, Krm.kiIUe.OIALA iTrnMeiit-ll.-\\m Fop.A. \\iathcni.Hccri'tary +
Horm. nit-14! I) MrDuffle.
into service, consisting of Messrs. T. W. 'Is lkfcrJor ifl\'crnont-t\. I P. Man Jr.. C. :JKheln.aucr n
Mr. and Mn. C. K: Bruce, E. M. Gray. Jr., city,
Smith our boss harness and King, C. H. Dame and II. It. Coburn to invent of \ to thi'agricult 3 I J .... UnUiaiu, New Haven, (;t.; John A. LHUr.l, Jno K. puns, J. H I.UhiKi: shoe maker, lost valuable cow a few prepare the name for the IOC plates pro, to the ni' l\\&l.erbur.l'\.; Mm. F. Hoi*, IIAUmore.lI. E. eathor. Wm. Fox and 8. W. Moody.
s days ago, which he sold for fcoO and was vided for Citrus who assembledat At )l,l. (.H. Park F. H. Movlue-ton. John Morrl BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIA.
sun LouU ltur tam, Ernt'tt Jordan, Stars;
to deliver the
to purchaser to-day. o'clock and for hours the TION.
eight two ,! 11. lleely.. Aumrla; J. A. Lanahan,
most agreeable of social chats and FAlbauy l1l1nr.on. V fl'rtiB* K. M. I'oal,
astonishing I'n-nldrnt-C. 11. Wllmer.
Don't fail to attend the auctiou. tf gastronomic feats 1 New Orleans. : I 17-D. K. r n ;, city t ;; I'. K. Vice 1'mstdent--lat.! l>eloiip t.mi'ictary .
oyster were ( l --.S w'etheGee.1srtln, Fla.; K F. Irvin, I'atil Irvin, and Trl'"urt'r-I..mtl Fox
Mr. Charles Marshall returned indulged in by the delightful and sat in- Wanhlnnou; Ray \>'. Scott rbiladt'lt.hla; A. H. IWmnlol lilnclnr-.J. T. Uncuntrr.. InaacHtiihenii
Satur. tied icivanta. The aching void and Bickers :New York: O. lutlvy, \> aoo, Tviat.LUt .
t.oar I. 111'1'"II, M !1 i litU 1 A. l R. lIeloIlCtl',1| U. U.Zacharlai .
from .
day night Cross Creek north of
abysmall chasm In the anatomy of the .i ; and ". A. liurlurd.:
Grange; Lake where he has been putting assembled having been properly filled Chicago, Ill, and Miss button, of Boston, of baud Juror. OCALA RIFLES I
the finishing touches on a splendid new and bridged over, the flow of reason began Mawt.. were out on the Homosassa river J. C. Zetrouer, J. Anderson, J. J. ('rai.uln-Oi'0.. A. Nash

house built by Mr. Exhue. by calling in the handsome president i. in a canoe boat, when about a quarter ofa FoM, S. H. Brown, A. L. Ike,, F. C. Buffnm Vlr tl.lt'uh'nll.llt-I II. McConnell
Nond MoiiU-iialit-r. K. \\IUIiu.Forty .
of the Exposition who in his usual mile from the hotel the boat capsizedleaving \ W. T.l'al1ther. Gi K. Connell, (I. A. MunUTi. .
President Wilson,of the Semi-Tropical, and the occupants struggling for life Hunter J. W. JelTord "
graceful modest nunner, proceededto A. Driggera, C. ;", C. FIRE
will leave to-morrow for Tallahassee to I make the in the water. The accident was discovered I.. W. J. Folks C. C. Fuxaell! COMPANY.
a ringing speech on beauties Bittinger, 'hld-T. U.I lancjmler,
the other Florida Paris Exposition
meet I and grandeur, of the exhibits in the by Mrs. C. T Jenkins, and she immediately George) W. Loons, Jolirf K.: Bailey, J. W. .0n'man-M"11r11'f Khulniuer.Flint : + .
t commissioners, and consult with the' building and great good the exposition called the attention of her Williams, J. 1i. Browtihon. a".IInt1..1111( \ Vnlk.HocoiKl .
Governor about the State exhibit at same doing for Florida and son, John C. Jenkins, who jumped intoa iuo.li.Uiit-. '. O. Manliall.
was every county PETIT JVKOH" KTrt-mry-J" U. Malktt.Twentylive .
world's fair. within her commodiouswalls. boat and went to their relief and res
cued them from a watery grave. The J. O. Brown, I). S. Borland K. O. Mo nieiubera. ''S
Our (riend- Wallace Stovall is Ewin Brooks Thomas It. HOOK AND LADDER COMPANY. ,.
young Of the hearty and cordial parents of the young lady were loud and AViley Ayer,
making( a grand success of the Sumter. will appreciation earnest in their praise of Mr. Jenkins allan E.; L. Carne)', J. Porter Smith, John H. I'reddeut-Abram I'almer i ,
good and with .
ville ?Imes. He has improved itin every which he received encouragement such manifestationsand oarsman.-J/arw/lYM .ST(mr. Chitty, John Bowman, 1'. M.Seckinger, 'on'lDall-\\,1I1I1 wlhtautWelli Kkharvlwin.Twenty llmti.A \ e;
particular. Wallace knows how and is P. it. Lippitt.J., I). MIxon.A.E.Delouest, uu-iuU-m.

full of pluck and energy shown proffers and, such given as that Citrus night county to had the A Saw 1\111110 AlOht'A.We L. M. Graham, James D. Hohkirk, II. I' TULULA LODGE, NO. aa, I. O. O. l.... ;y

world of the are creditably informed that the Billingsley, Frank Crutchfield, F. 8.Davis. [MteUetrry eveuln ,
Major Campbell desires it known that g nerous and noble and [ Tuewlay ( ] ;':
the electric I light i will be supplied tonight large hearted and liberal minded, evidences ) paw mill owned by Messrs. Howard and W. II. Challle, N. U. "
that peimeated the whole Gibson, at Urahamville, was burned to W. M.1'hlllll.s. KccreUrr. y, ,
from the Exposition engine, and physical Sot I"t". All visiting brothere cord tally invltM. ;, ,
and mental structure of the the ground last night. No insurance.
will be celebrated music giant
the event by youu
and dance. All are invited. beyond the "Coochie." He rejoiced in loss, 1,500. Beside I hA mill a lot of box All lemons having claim( against the OCALA CHAPTER 13, H, A.' M, i.

------.-- such meetings. They fraternized and htadn heads t'rt' consumed. Florida International and Semi-Tropical Ocala Cnapter' No. 13. K A. M. Convocations e

Don't fail to attend the auction tf unified the beet elements in man's composition The fire must have (teen the work of Exposition, will please present them Unit, Monday inch tin every month. W. LoN\), |U[, r. lIt.
either mail in
at olh'ce
and for such friendly 1OI.'etinJ.t"alld an incendiary, as (there is ho other way by or IHTKOII my J. 8. FRAZEK HtrrtUryPRESIiYTERIAN. ;,

Dr. Dudley, of Georgetown College, greetings, he rojoiced as it was the to account for the burning of the proper, in the hxtosition| building at once fur CHURCH. .

Kentucky preached to a good-sired audience dawn of a better and more I prosperousera ty. The mill property was 1uod one adjudication. All subscribers of Mock Kiv. W. II. I OTWltl.lII'.lor.r.lIlalh mm

at the Baptist church yesterday for Florida and all the counties and enjoyed u Urge and lucrative buhl- are notified their payments' either \b fnote M-rvlrtii mil A. M. all.7' p. M. Sunday '

morning, was listened to with great in within her borders as it would do away Ilees ____ or cash art required at once. Work 8<'hool al U.S":: A M, Uedm-Uy! ev"IIIIC
terest. All the other churches were well with vain and i>etty> jealousies and that will be provided l for all who have stir at :.*). Keats Iris, The |'ut.llo cordially lecture}

attended. unkind, distrustful and disparaging l sentiment Ocean Travel. Hcrihtnl to pay in work upon| application.C. EPISCOPAL CHURCH. .;

and feeling which it engender, arraying The old reliable Mallory Steamship W. C'AMI"IIKLI", Sr., ,
Don't fail to attend the auction. tf one community against: another Line continues to plow the waters of the 18mar3td&:w It (ien. Man HER C. H. \ViLMna Hector.hervlie ''.. i

and J that deep between Fernandina and New every Kunday 10.:0 a. in., and 7.15 p.>> ....
Dr. R. W. Hartley, eye and ear surgeon: sowing Bee can do no "lusting: Wh) Not ? m. itanilard 'hums.' Sorts frite Sunday school fB
good to but proving York, arid increases |popularity by (the at. W. II. ,
has arrived and is located at Mr. W. Id.Chaille's anyone largely We suggest to the manugciuent: of the |> m. ChanumSrtrlu,6ni.erluwuJuul
where those in need hurtful to any community or j eople who service it gives the traveling
residence, Semi-Tropical exposition at Ocala, that.
will be-little themselves public. Rates from Jacksonville to New
of his !services can find the gentleman, by resorting to an Editors': Day be net apart, and thatthe SINCLAIRSHOESTArt r
testimonial of unfair and unjust criticisms of their steerage; $12.r; fir..t-c18Jl8.. fL'4,00:! ;
ith highest
who comes: w editors' wives lw cordially invited.The .
excursion ,
( Intermediate
r skill. neighbors.It $12,00; f1'J,0.
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his professional ia needless to add, such sentiments! Great reduction for parties, of Jen or typos) in the Free Press and Ji- :o;

Mr. N. J. Kingman. late of Mt. Dora, among that as elably were applauded to more. tit \Ilttneaaoftice'a\ < struck this morning. like lnnn l oh
made us a pleasant business call this the echo. J. M. Cutler, Jacksonville in. the oblig I There names are Henrv I IA-I.t. Frank a out ut ( a'iils( ,

morning and willl( open in our city a General Bullock followed and made- Inac.companY'1i. agent I Walpoie and, Magi'ufI'r Forrester. lire(. THEY CAN'T' BE BEAT :',
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of his usual
tirst-( 8.b8 carriage and wagon manufacturing one excellent post prandial Don't fail to attend the auction tf llooil' In hih a xtrennty came over to the "t,
talks, and the line of
establishment. Ilia announcement thought! and fcenti-,1 BAKKLH and I we supplied him with thservice" '
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BANNIK. ment expressed by President Wilson, he i of Mi. Charles H. for iCIIEA'NESS t -
ad. will appear in the weekly heartily endorsed. Mr. Will Kcthnleour polite and wave Mitchall and I 1

j_ Manager mp"t'U8.11 the I druggist, unexpectedly ran upon| the we understand on<* of the strikers linn : : NUATNESB > ,
next I sister and pister-in-law while taking I In concluddl. 1 to help out thin week, HO with t
Yesterday was truly a lovely day, typical and he talked he works
as their help tie /V ia Jrt ami ll'i/nfi will -
the llof' ital fair and and "
throwing great grand) ball at Durability.Reoairs .
of Florida spring time, and its beauty his whole soul into the talk assigned : tome out on tune. We understand the )
St. .tuguetlneand returned to Ocala with -
laden with '
and balmy exhilarating air, him. The result : A most grati strikers intend to try their luck in Jaikfonvllle. --- A
them, wither they were directing their
the sweet and rich perfume of the bursting lying) exhibit of ideas, well expressed Promp Donertutleather r ;'

r orange blossoms drew many a stroller and to the point, which brought to the steps from Illinois when )h" acciJently _______________ an<1 F1ndingn of all kliwU at ,I .,.

.; to the betni-Tropical building to drinkin gentleman who eat and sleep/ with the met up with them in the "Ancient City. For trie by a gentleman who Ji leav. Hnclalra.( Tile only Hhoe-maker'i Store In the \ ':,; .

the superb music of Professor CoILY'Iiunequallt.'d Exposition, so devoted is he to the "fairexhibitre8li The following Ocaliari returned from ing thin country, five fully paid: up County fcM -
hand.Don't ," and to whose shares in the Florida Produce, Manufacturing ,
lasting credit the grand ball and hospital fair at 8t. _. -. .
be it said he : Company, LeeKburg.) AddreM
tf "literally brought up by Augustine Satnrday: Mr. and Mr,. (i. ItKDUOTIOX; .
fail to attend' the auction. I' hand," most liberal cheering. K. Robinson Mr. and Mrs. Edward: I the secretary at LVesburg.Mard.1811. .

Shuf'.rd. of Anthony has com- i Commissioner Carroll, Citrus' honoredrepresentative ) Root, Win. I.. VanDeventer, suit Miss --. or Monle/iiiiitt; Hotel lUteioiiaud '
Mr -- --- -
i.leted i the brick.; work aronn-t the Expo the was the last speaker' on Annie ltobin'llII Will Ko>hnle, fisterand Magnolia Nursery. Alter hit Dale.

sition boilers and Engineer Brower, of and piograin diffident, and man although, be too a made Serimodest im Mw. 0 H. Ka-hnte, and Albert The finet and l l Lest variety of orange Hates. follows.- $2:! erdsy $10.Vj ,per

Blue Springs! than whom there is none pression the sincerity of his an fervent Birdsey. They had a royal time trees for the leant money, to be had of week ; |7 I per week for table hood; fifty "

nVore i is adjusting the not electricenitne.whcb illuminate and earnest words, which brought; him I Mr. W. 8. Hendricks, of near F air, J. W. A F. i D. W AITIC.} cent r-r meal\ ; fifty cents' tier bil. \

will to-night but the only much applause and complimentary re I and one of Marion connty'a ex,... lrutI w ebtd. l Belleview, fix.Money Children under ten year' half price.J. .
the wi.ole town, Expo. ---- I' HALL Lemee. '
marks. ,
I new citizens: UH a pleasant call this
... tition building. as well. A. this reporter did not get to the morning to al paid contribution to the Wanted I nit Ocala, March 11, 1889 HinchdOt wl ,

ground until all the feasters had d h1 I BAN.NEK'S missionary box and let a man to represent I and roll oft 'kJlOit1e-
to I say its Hlo )leeling. 't' ;._
I'nirge is so rejoiced a bankrupt stock of silks to the retail .
Electrician >arted, we did best could and work Mr. II. U
as we took good go on. making a
he Notice
he can have all the rower trade in Ocala and adjoining towns. Ad U hereby given that tile annual
think pick of the
our and
scraps, and tried by a splendid grove Udelighted with the
illuminate Ocala and the Lx- dress, with reference, meeting of the. stockholders of the .
patchwork fragments, to make the repast I pmgrebs. : he i ill making ud the bright ?
Son will a to- J. K. Poi. Heather Inland/ Orange Grove .
that he !give spread Company
we present! to the reader. pro|>ert4 laying in waiting for himin, the'. "
the 15mch4t will be held' In the
fr Macon
( city of Ocala Flori.
Lilt particular .a. ,
to The And ,
night "We will be following are'!a nutnberof the la-lit near futnre. Mr. H. family will daon Wednesday March .
restaurant and gentlemen we heard' were leave next week for Chicago, and be 27tli, 18,1)9.r.
thereat and champairn is good present : The Hed Grocery Magnolia street is 10 o'clock r. m.
ten President Wilson. Manager Campbell abvent during the spring and miner the /
place to bny your irrorerieit. ISimrhft JXO. F.
enough for our plebian gullet.pou't General and Mrs. Bullock, )1 r. and Mrs.E. on business connected with hi* city 11. XAtiiAJtlAM, Proprietor. DUNK Pre..

fail to attend the auction. tf W. Agnew Mr.and Mrs. B. A. Weather property in that phenominal city. 1131dec1mn. Lenten Sere-jt'er.' ?
Mr. and Mrs Haisley and Hike There +
not boen the beautiful and Miss Bevel, of Gainesville; )Ir. and Mrs. Bargains In Ilrtldeoce Lot. K.; YONGB Had it on
Irish reel which Colby Exposition C. Peyser and MUa Lesser, Dr. and Mr*. Persons desiring! \ business residence bers. Call and examine their fine stock and Thursday afternoon 4:30 Tuesday
intoxicating, at :
afternoon A11 red and daughter 'Mattie and and !ret good work at reasonable prices p. m.,
hind played yesterday May, adjacent to the public square band- dSldeclm and on Wednesday and Friday evening
propritlAte a lIOn of Erin who 1. Colonel Livingston wife and daouhUr. some and desirable will call on and 7:30. :
the sounder of a reed instrument In that One-hundred plate were provided and Paul Jones, at proptortl' Bollock A M A comfortable well !kept hotel that 1HUll

musical orpnizal1on, we woold most of them did generous service to the Burford, owner, living in Texas, will to charge most reasonable rates, is the They Come.
way up Patrick' Day was hungry mortals who sat in front of them ia the for from Harnett
base forg'too that St. city one wee\ t.o-d&1.1Iur. House, Savannah Ga. no long Fine buggy harness and floe saddle
here and Ireland, bad "z>o snakes in her M the eaisine wu excellent, and reflects chaers can now secure bargain. conducted by )Ir. )J. L. hiaraetL"-New. Jut received at Soiith' Uaraesa Sho e
boots. creditably on )felllll.KJDIDame and Col- : ISmardCtwlt Yvrt World. laailltT Come and see mch 15 A 13J if

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ytl JP1E OCArULDAi, r nXxifEn.Afc .\\ Is*;. ,.Seen and PKKH: TJtANSI'ORTATIONJ "' *'' NOTICE.t t

tf Snow", Never", 1'aU" ;
OCA LA FfjA. ILlRCJlTlS .J. T&li. !Spcfi.il I and General i n..n" fur the GAWAY
The "XV. intend: CourteStesto '
: 1S89. Since '
our great freeze in 188" the Caiornia luu-i rational) anti Scinl-Tioplcal\
-- '1 paper, or'fcomtr; 6f them. fit len,,t. IMItoi-A and their "'hcII. t-1iil: ..Itlun DIII-IIIK the :Months of .

F. C. IIARRIS, l ditor. have been very active in giving\ i-lurid* l'reeidt Geo. K. Fairbanks of the llatclt ami April. .
i. 1 home very severe nnd spiteful il>!p, hut Florida' Frees Association in in receipt of Ti is i agreed between the iinsjcnjcrnjjvj.t ;: '' ..
despite which, l'Iorili1.)1111I8 right the foliowinjt! from G. 1 Hi Ackerly.ieneral !. u; the F. li. N.t.'o.an l the J. 'C.I :'. 'f'oii"t'; iV; li'ii.; found, ;; u; out at last and been {;

'r fk along, supplies l'alilitfntlwitla millions l'I\ -.f"nlll'r Anent: of (the J. T. tIt<< K. W. K. W. Co.. that on special), county ,days glviim! Blla) the secret by which has been seI I;
atl of ...cured't!:: .... 't. ....;
> orange trees ante the world with millions : system ; Ihe reduced rules obtain only for points!'! -

e of oranges.California' I JACMOXVILLE, March 16th, 1M9, from the trrrttnry of the given" county
is not only lampooning while item-nil dav the good ROWELL'SBIG
To O()r Florida, but we regret to nay and nay it for any j oint in this State on those lines\
I beg Inform yon that the lines In the J. T. A
with tears In our eyf, that the newspapers ('olllln"\: and State A ricultuial Collejfe -
K. W.lfltem! will be pleased! to otTer the courtesies
i out there are lampooning) each Da)'-;JUirch :':!l1d. A lecture of
other, each section diiiming to be the of thetoeittomembers and< their elect eu agricultural and horticultural\ interest BUSINESS
roateto and< from 1 this meeting of the. Florida >
ester oranire, 8t"Clioll, slid an' I the old saying will be dc'ivpred' by Prof.Vlhitner in the C
Press Arectation at $t. Augustlneon March 2Mb.
is "When
: nation, fall out s Exposition: auditorium. "
f men get their due." Thin ;> o. D. AKERIT : And notht sceret hns hex i me public prop- !:
quarrel Gainesville: March 20th.
Day- : arty and town talk t hi re Is! no use our keep* :
c A A'ex.1'ieLlt. among themsehes may establish Fiorida's I Toledoflsde.I: : -- Leon and Lee (;OUllt't!' Day March i lug quietfo 1\1' admit, i that the secret of our : "

t ._ mi|>erior claim to the world/ as an ZSI h, general.' ...(treat. l trade; .i iTO '.. .. ,...., .. .............. ..............,
.' Dr. Anderson, E''itor'tthe' Florida orange producing section -- Hernando County and Savannah, Ga.,

Christian Advocalt, has moved from I"an..I'' The Marysville Afi/ieul, urging liutte tr Day-April 4tti, )general. SELL THE BEST
t' fort) to Leesburg. The paper| will follow county as an orange grow: big section aol has! 1 April 8th. 9tl and 10th will be devoted
'' the following to ray of Riverside the j I i to the display of vejretabie'
as soon as an outfit promised by a gentle-: .
San Bernardino. AND
mAn from a distant State arrives Valley : 1 Ii f Levy and Nassau Days-April\ 11th, -
"ThoiiMtid upon thouwandi boxen: !of oranges Ii : general.
; Ask the Lowest I IDPSt
frozen last. year In southernCallfurolar 1 Dental 11th Gcn-
W. 8. Welsh a former U. S. Senator :"KlTeiHlde: did I not *wai e. even lied.i Valley, which: Is rantljr I superlor| to eral. .
from Florida in California '''
:, on the lvt\'JIlde an an oritiwu growing section a large f J. 0. CLARKE, GEO. \WIMOS, ; i goais. !and; lowest priers; :In i brief 1 Is what
15th. His death calls to mind that he, "percent of the crop was'trout bitter Vet no one l..LJ President. i fills our tore with eurtomcrtand makes a

1"' ( as well aa Cabell)!, Westcott and Jones, "bo"will rained be to foolish there. a We* to remetnhcr say that oranges diittlnetly cannot the 'I' All ('. W.Secretary.(;AIPJlE .LHr., Gen. Manager. !..household t .word,of. .the. ;.name. ,ot,.................,,.....
all honored to seats in ,
Congress never "frown orange from Klrcnlde and Houtheru i \
returned to the State after their terms of "California: which the street hawk told iu San I--
office expiredHopgrowing. 'Franelitco last season" I Delightful Excursions Dally. ROfVELL'S.

On the other hand, to show' the harzardncuK Silver Springs and Ocklawaha River

appears to be a decaying and folly ()attempting\ to grow \ < Steamer Eur.ka/' Captain Coons', leaves l ------- -
industry in England. :Fifteen counties oranges In Butte bounty, the California : : for Grnhamville after the arrival the
? contribute to it. lulln 1880 the acreage Litroyrajih, which is published at lied- 4 morning) train from Ocala and returninain >

t under hops was 70,127, while in 1887 it lands in Lugonia, has the following to / \ time for jm'weiiirers' to connect with Palace 'llff Store o !
v had fallen to 63,700, and in the present say about Butte county : evening train for Ocala ; 2(5 miles.-fare .

e year to 59,494 Out of the fifteen counties John C. tirajr, of UrovllU, the county seat of l frolU Ocala and\ return, 31.50. dSfeb2m ,
i fix viz. lIant.e Hereford Butte rend an essay on olive culture before
only ; Kent, county t tt Hart's
the fruit growers' onuveution at chico lu iMIl1 N Ocklawaha Itlver Steamers.
Surrey, Htssex, and Worcester: make any the same county-In which he made use of the Harts' Orklawaha steamers! leave Pa -0---
substantial contribntation to the hop following language, an per the CWi/ortUu/ Fruit
trade Kent, which in the chief hop irfinrr publixhe.l! at Halt Francisco : tI t-- i latka for the Ocklawaha and Silver
county, has fallen in acreage from 431)24: ) The winter of 1*17-s wM the coldest we have had :Sprints: daily except Sunday, at ten ((10)) WHOLESALEBetail
ambit roast since<< 111.'.... The snow tell to the i o clock a* m.-returning, leave SilverS
In 1780 to 37,413 in 1888. I
depth of two Inches over my orchard and re- !
prinks arrivalof
daily except Monday on
malnedon the grounj, four" uu the second \ -
14)8. ==>>
The annual expense of supporting the I morning It wan hilt rwityfi tit twarIV u tight as I train from Ocala, which is due 9.23 a.

arm I.." anll navies of the world, and of walked acrons the Geld m. II. I. HART. I Drugs I0 I
building fortifications and making) .gunn. Not sstilli't1Ilh the above as a I w8feb2m J. S. FRAZER, Agent.

.t' and cannons, has l been estimated at c/inc/irrthe fitrogmph quotes the theo LI -- -
'} $l,7 OOOOOoO.( To this must also be lUt'trkalrt'cortloll the .(.Ippealtlurinhu:, I SNOWDEN .\: McFARLAXE, -
$ added the looses that result from the cold snap under dispute, which it claims I I -ALL KINDS: OF-
million of men who have withdrawn. MM as follows :
from productive labor, and are now consumers January llth, minimum, is3; 1Mb., I'f; 16', XT; I ....11 1 I!. ALL KINDS OF FURNITURE0 OILS, STATIONERY, TOILETAND
17th, :i'VYetj! Orlando KWhile, "
only ; this will swell the sum
total to $2lfiO,000,0HJ.) ) ( Thirty years go ,says the Citroyrai, we have Hover TA1-n"' 'rah'" s.' -0- -
yet Paid that "Oroville could not raise FANCY ARTICLESIn
this Him wad estimated a( only 1550,000- the Re believes that if the
e 000 per annum, I'howingthat during that orange, but we havesai i.lalld stilt maintain orange of Florida I is handled :IMVITK IJUPKCTIOX: or THEIH CoMn.tr:.
the that knowing crop STOCK AND Low Pxicia. Complete Stock
brief period the increase has been proposition; no such to the 1
manner as
a stop stealingand
1m 31-HS
e nearly 400 cent. All the' other nse- !the (acts, but will "1that it is ....nextrl'IIIl'ly
per wasting!!! of fruit between the producer -oWe -
lees outlays of mankind almost a hazzarduud. undertaking.Ve handle none but finest
;Yt seem and the consumer, and to secure a the brands ol cigars
\ should BO. -IIEltE I AMOttering -- Headquarter for Wall
"'; bagatelle compared with this enormous nay paper and Uardaa eeds
fair price for the fruit at the the
.:' If (tad. such weather in Flotilla
., outlay for killing people. This is a nail as business: will take care of itself and be WRIGHT & FUA7EH .

:', commentary civilization of upon the world.the Christianity and thwo instance' rival"two papers inchft thing of mow"at each remainingon other for very remunerative without any tariff ]i: :. .to the':public: the: "finest. 'line of::::::J! PCBLIC S Uim : : : : OCALA, Ft* I I .,
protection, It is still of the opinion thata 3Jam3
the ground for "four and "hard

.;IT rll i.:' To flu Voteri of Marion Content y! .* niouyh; ,"the every! second paper' day in to California
I' ...:.i' Being a citizen of Marion county, and say that it would bo as hazzardous toattl.'mpt nteastt' re. FANCY GOODS
}'I Representative in the State legislature It is a well understood. principle of the

.. your, I naturally feel a deep interest in North pole.A to.grow oranges here as at the Democratic faith that tariff should in all AND STATIONERY. ,' ............. ...........................-... :
t the welfare of the entire populace of the cases be made as low as is compatiblewith } -1-I ; Our Milliner In at home again i iI
I fut'llt duty the next public interests,should be equalized OFFICE SUPPLIES AT LOWEST PRICES. : : .
county. my ere Grace fill Compliment to Ocala :
: assembling of the I legislature, to make anil her Lailica. as nearly possible! and should be laid 1.I. I I JUST::::: :FROM: : NORTH"
&f. myself fully conversant with the want* where it will protect the actual producerof ........ ...Stage .....".. THE ::,:: j
'A full Line Bice rand the .
.. and desires of everv intelligent voter ol Mr. W. I 1-;:. (Jilmore, of Chilieuthe, O., the protected article. This was the :........ .. .. L oery ...,}i With a Full and .

Marion county. I therefore ask each who spent| a few days in our little city issue in thll last general campaign In LATEST NOVELS-- '.............. .. .................Complete......, ........Stock.........ofjmEinLpNERYT.......,.......
: and every citizen of this county to communicate last week, the guest of the Montezuma, spite of all cloaks and coverings, it was

I '. with me, rendering their opinions was greatly pleased with his trip, an issue between the producing worker -always on hand atOCALA711d -
1 a relativeto thd following matters to and i-onveyed his impress of Ocala, and I r tho vat: manufacturing interests of ....
1'" be brought), up for discussion at the next her ladies and the Exposition| to his the country, Borne of whom enjoy protection ]:....::: :. : : :P: .t?!;:::::::::8m81-BA:- :::: I'IB' i irrrr :::::::.:::o--Lherythlug, : :Ftat.Chas--o': ;r::"::::'
\ meeting of the legislature, viz : wife on a ;jH'stal card, which we were to an extent of fifty per cent upon

Working of hllhwR.It( ; a property tax i permitted to see, and wa have rarely the value of their wares The presenttarilf ooooDs...,.... GUARANTEED"teflord's -
) establishment of poor house; for the roan tern a more graceful compliment he- of twenty-live percent upon orangesis : .

1 tax prerequisite' for voting j; extend jurisdiction stowed in a more graceful manner. Mr.iilmoie an advalorera taritf, and it is a well ..... ..-i t j...-........ hoodE&=Na.sh
r 9 of Justice court : pay of juror ( was captivated. A lover could known fact that in the case of most of :.......! :...... ........ _

; f 2 In Circuit court pay of jurors and not have been more profile! with I the the foreign oranges they are sold to ... I I I : ""'" ........ ....... ...... .............. ... ....'.. .........
witnesses- increased 1. in Justice court ; language: or used it more exquisitely. agents of the Importers| and the ad valo Old Stand:! Public Square, caIs
compensation for assessors aiu rem revenue therefore by shrewd management .S 1'il ZES. E.A.RZ.

a + more collectornof taxes ; an appropriation or Charley and I concluded OCALA, .L4., loch to tIMV.\. is! more api>arent than real At ............ ............................................... .

.; not for State Ttachn'a. Institute; any at this very beautiful little city yesterday\Mop), where Hop off e best l however, it brings the oranges: ofFlorida ........."......................................-..................... ..... :::::: --- -

appropriation for immigration ; convict found a "Seiul-Troplcal Exposition"!: was lu pro- and California into competition 1 -lIAS TRULY SAIDi i :;:;THE REDUCTION I :=:::: .

a labor on roads; shall salaries of State gresa. I am glad we did. It Is the jarttirtl town' with fruit grown in countries where : ..... ............................................ L::::............... ,
labor commands but about sixteen cents "There which i ... .......................... ............. :::j
S otllcera! remain as! they now are ;-are 1 have seen duce leaving Cblllcothe, and I hare : U a Tide In the affairs of meu : ............................
I publication of tax sales too lows neen a thou lI.n.llhlnltII. more or lexs novel to per day.These! : taken al Its ebb leads ou to fortune." !I IAVU ............. .........':..........................
me. ...... ....... ..
facts consideied in all their .rrrrr :
:; shall enacted laws be dissirninated at It needs only our velvctly blue grass awl to : : i) NOW i : IS YOUR rllNf' >E. OF STOCK
f. public expense-are township awc !sor make many of the liome-grouuJs the perfection l>earmgs! there is no good reason why I GRASP 11 AT ONCE, I : :

t" requlred-nl'ttin quail prohibitedgame cf lioauty. Troth. of grandeur, shrub the mat Democrats in Congress could not con .I: .............AND........Tilt.........FORTUNE...................IS.'..YOURS.LISTEN.................... .., ....................r.r..:..........................l......,...._.._.,_.
; law take elfect month earlier an. ornamental, and flower 'of exqulolte loveliness l1illl"l1l1)'ote in favor of the tariff of one : : "

t come in month nooner. lu roroallt color abound lu many places. At dollar time there I box is on oranges. At the same :.., ......... :... I .:'' ....... I... MEANS ois"'IT"---'
... These are only a few of the matter the EspoiUloB is seen a wonderful good reason why Florida'srepresentatives *
of AND
.. which I am desirous' to have mv constituents citrus fruits, as I eipected: but I did variety sot elIWt: in both branches of Con- i ii Ij ..M..........-.........,...,........'..BELOW..............,......COST......

discuss and give me an early to see such excellence of grain and vegetables as grew should This favor and work for such a ...-.............'.............. ............................ Ir ...._......i............................,.................. -
:opinion. Yours! truly. I thought could t. found 0tJ.',In the North andMlKH'lally measue. reason is found in the i"-
recent action of the State i "i"j" i. I II
S. H. Burnt, M. D. Legislature 1
in the -loto valley. My "pride has wherein that body declared in favor of I ......... .............................................................. O---e I
taken a phyitoV Another fact bu.&liwuilbe.1 I I
we. Southern ladles can do much besides dress the one dollar tarirl. Let this subject i MR. FOX HAS JCST STARTED FOR TilE i -........:, .......... .. .1.-
Lee County to the Front. receive the consideration! which it de- : KORTHERN MARKETS AND WILL rr r Mwrrrrrr .....w......... _

,e a. Dr. I.. c' Washburn, who will l he remembers lang needlework i\, talk' which and lock displayed i
I tl! as having had such an excellent taste and patience than examined to-day. How and the State preys ) =STOCK OF GOODS= .1 .--.--'.....................LAtE...... ..

r t individual exhibit at our Exposition, much 1 wished you were here to tee ant enjoy ..........., ..r..r..r..r. ...........-...........-....-....-.. ........--...----

1 was so greatly ptt'Hi'fd with the immen- It with me., For Sale.A 1: ......,...............ANDWIiitTHA.....,.......,.................................... i Ij i... :i.
exhibits and attendance .
the the
city of home his, -.--- --- new Queen Anne Cottag ,llx rooms, j ..,.....'..'............................................................ :-tsMI -!
that he has gone pulled oil' Eaallake two-room extension Stable i
llrceiea. one acre :
coat and rolled up his sleeves and is determinal ground, bearing trees and other j J\ OOM TO PUT TU EM, .., -..,:
Our Regular orange .

e l county exhibit.that Lee Through county shall the 4urUIlIf have a JushiaVaite ferreapondencerMr. of IMloyiew. i is three-quarters fruits. Trice ol$3,000 a )mile, cash.southeast Location of "t A CHANCK TO SHOW THEM,. .. -...............-.........,.....r..........-W..-

t of the Fort Myers flag he makes the pending a few weeks on the tali... court house Ocala. Call : TlME TO SELL THEM, ..
C:: following appeal l : Mr. 11. P. Gerald and Mr. Chandler DR.on owner PERINE, fe 1MF: : SQL}S

I denlr the rltlteus of Lee county to furulih as Tart will attend the Mt. Dora Ohntauqua. Over Merchants' National Dank.10meh i ..OME. .MONEY. ,TO..PAY: .FOR. .THEM.. ; .--..w..-...- --......... .., I

t at many the rarkwftlea International ax they and eau$ to be sent to Expoatlion Vala,. 3fr.Teague.ofLady! Lakeand Mr. John ilfit wl ." iiiiiiii1g1 'the;; yof'N ..-...-............'.....'..................-.. -- -
DII.1'rol'IC&1 Archabald of Montreal Can. 80 If you want -
...,. that lasts until May lit. \ t an M. ont'II1ll8t\ week were .........................'" '''''''..................... I OCALA, : :
mond tree amammeeapple, mamma inspecting property : = 7= : : : :
.,' I 'r t apple, sogar apple, star apple sapiutaJaiualc ttpanlsallmua with intention the of investing.Mr. ...."...rr..r............-:0: ..................r..r...... :.....-..-..--........-.... ... "FWRID"J1.:
.J tropical Kooneberrr.ate 11 du not want the George' K.: Snow was DRESS GOODS, BLANKETS. -
+, pleasantly
tress more thau ilx fleet high. grape fruit CLOAKS, HATS, SHOES 1w,+i
a, 't\< .hddockandsomeof l'aptadnIcKlutey'a beat t tII surprised by a large party of friends, who Silver Park 1 .. ..... .. ... .. ANDCTOTHING
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11, :' lemon, and Captain Hendry's lemon, celery, took (possession of hid house and prepared Springs .:.. .: :: .. : .: : .. s (SI
,'(' onions, raullflower, cucumbers, Irlnh potatoes, a bountiful after which '
''\1' nap beans and touiaU. talus do aU we can to supper a HARNETT HOUSE
: : develop Lt- comity. We want people to cow pleasant \ &::1 =
i:"',: bere and grow UP with the country and we wants Mr. J. H Joselyn, whose birthday occurred ., ......--..-....................-.....................-
.-t people to come her and make Lee county grow on Sunday, 17th, St. Patrick's day I i -1-
; That Is the way to talk it. Dr. Wa h. received a number of presents, among 3t'' 5Ofi DAs I 1 i j i i i LEADING

V4 '. burn' exibit ao unique) and novel), and which was a bread. and milk net. Vis. -"OR ANYTHING" IN ova LINE" AT- ; POPt'LAR HOTEL OF_
iw.: unlike anything else In the building, attract : : -1-

\.", r a great deal of attention and a The Jacksonville ull.Trop <'al mill. B. :..:': VERY LOW PRICES.:.:'":: SAVANNAH. GEORGIA.I .
?, county exhibit would erf course attract I give a grand Interstate military drill on t lUOTOa. : "' ...... ..._...._....... -I-II
much more. April litb, 12th and 13th, for which a I -----L. ---i, T. j

.Oar,JKlpOiHIoaJutj a suc ess. A special purse of $3,000. in being raised. t :(*.ws the time to hare lands cleared : COMK AROUND, WILL Your ; I i FLECTRIt1. : LiitfT3!:!! :a\Ii: BEiir
your :
great,: maul more poople have visited It Our military p !U and pride, the Ocala and fenced for winter planting, hn.aIHD'. of : ..-..............-....- i ..... : rr..r I'. 'f'f1

_.,"", than we at any time anticipated, and Hides will enter the contest to carry oranf If'OYellUld rraperiM a specialty. BENJAMIN i i& FOX I ,
$ f\ the counties seeing that it has been so one oft the richest prisea. They can do it -- ---..---. ... -.--...... taa Well Water.
f uocesiful, will have more complete ex* too if they will only will it. Both the I I H'JS.VJ Y YEARS EXPERIENCE I Street Cars to ,U Depots
season, and U will be tue F. R. & N. and T. A -t-
: blblll another the J. K \V. Rail. 11 t
I adtxritee teen .w.> ctearUiff.ta .baUding. eta. == F. !== RATES
; roads will the )a PER
\ ",> ,oJI; !) =7rFlOrlda.! .. carry boys: free. new Iowa rf URoy. =s..raet TmeUCf DAY. "

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SST>four ; SemiTro-picaI Exposition .

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>tI This Exposition incorporated under the laws of th,. State of Florida, opened at-- :

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."S.. a / OCALA jAIHON OUNTY, FLORIDA JANUARY 29tll '18891 .;L ..;

e CLOSE MAY FIRST. 1889. .


This will be an Exposition: of Pomological: : Horticultural and Agricultural products of Florida, and her soil, timbers, woods, minerals:' and lice stock, and in addition articles ;
and products of general interest tioiu all :states: and countries. Entry is open to the world for the display of its products. No charge for entries nor '. space for the products or '' I
manufacture of Florida: I
1fu I IT The United gtat'e Experimental station for improvement dexelopment of products' indigenous to this section has been located contiguous to our exposition ground
,loTWe invite exhibit of all de-euptums. particularly those i ertaining to the art, mechanics and.agncnlture, guaranteeing uniform courtesy!> to exhibitoi-- :

CASH PREMIUM LIST, $3,500. ;;i


QKO. \\'f WILSON President "':\1. FOX First VicePresideutO. DR. H. KNIGHT, Second Vice-president '

C. W. CAMPBELL, hli. General M.inagei S. MAYO, Treasurer. J. O. OLAUKE( :, Secretary.

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!1- tjAis1- t OCALA Nalional, Bank Tile 1lerclmnts'1 National Hanl{ I Anti M\ onolJOly TILE Drug a ai A

Oca1n,____._ r Florida. = EOF OCALA=ENO. -ANSEED !)- k

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T'r"-'l'" '*f $$//a W'rfiffi' ? .. STOREILL ; '
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Paid Up Capital N I Authorized Capital CAPITAL STOCK S (),OOO.OO --INCO111'1IT111'ISS- ..J..

4 SURPLUS, saro.oo ) "
150000. OF STOCK .
K.W.AOM.W,Pret.g. W.II COLCHV-Pr orricims; t Quality of Goods and Low Prices.
JNO. F Drsx, I'rraidtntl:a -0-
I E. P. PISMCKCT! {ice'flnident. d t
R. D. McCovNiiL, Ccuhifr GOODS JOHIIiii .
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.. :IcINTYRE: CASrxnE.: ;::: Briny now eitablithed in our new and tll'fYlnllank building v.t art jnrjtartd to ffwir Located next door to FlntNaUoDal Bent) "
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antte'talUfaction to all. Sm tl-M
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SURPLUS-$7,000.00 General Banking lAinntu trantacttd' teclange bought and told. .

and bent eollipped banking:houses In the State owned by the :--
or the ,
One facilities for makine Collections on all accessible)lOtnt.'J. -OF- '
bank. We have pl'Cial and favor to our customers consistent with safe
We will extend every courtesy JNO. F. DUNN, E. P.DI8MUKES;,
and careful Mention to all business entrusted to ust
king'and shalt give prompt CIIAS.RIIEINAUER, J.A. EINSTEIN: : ,
oax < and all business In our line andguarntee HARDWARE;
Entire satisfaction J.C.FERINE L M. THAYER,

Importer & Traders Xutioiinl Bank, New York, N.Y.; S' .
outhern Bank of Georgia Savannah CORREfiPONDRN7S': R r ej
in all cities in the West -AT-
t&Special Correspondents \"atioMl Park:Bank of New York JaVatlOOlJ.l Bank of BoiUm. r
a.o.THEMONTEZUMA. National Bank of Savannah Georgia.nst0. A.
3 Lot rUle Banking Company,Isniitrilte, Ay DELOUST.


Main Street, Ocala, Fla. New\ Jewelry\ StoreDr g Line-

Shines replete with everything in u
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.:wWNW"'NN.WIN.f'.N.N1N INL. VIIININf IIIII.NIINMN. his line. Call and examine rrORPIA"NO'S.-

.' The Hotel r" f''t 1e'-'CHy. : .W NIIINN IN-, .for yourself. THE PLACE; TO FIND THEM ,
NN/1NI.M. = -18 AT-
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RESPECTS.A14diC'bdzain '
-AND- .
j Strings forlMusIca: Instruments DR.
* rain''. lllt In I eo/J 1 1lJu. GMreOJio4, 'pn : : : every!rlJt'dtrl.,831')01IH.. Sttl brig,. i .h u.a aryl roe fyraitrre. All Work..on ivptir r' ,f of Clocki aDd W&teh is. -(Wurr,BIDE $4VAlia.JOou.a.e4. Musical !J' : ,

, \ Rhelnauer'8 Old Stand J. tiii' r.A tv'J ,J i L.2JtP '"
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t ._-_r..nnum Subscription, DAILY. BANNER.Rates. talc Sid.elk '

fIIz Months., MOO.. (
2 2.
Three Months, 125.> : ,. '' ,
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Her Wedding rreetnt.tlbe 0
smile like a beautiful flower '
_ In the sunny breeze abloom. 'F
As sbe looked at her wedding presents., So. Lake Weir Fla
That almost filled a room. ,

She dwelt on the dainty etching CJ
Onthecarrensaladboiil I; Sixteen miles south of Ocala;
On edition( de lute In vellum high bluff overlooking the whc
: And tnurio thrilled her soul of "Beautiful Lake Weir."

As the wild roM burns In the twilight "
This thought In her bosom burned: TRAIN
They are mostly from married people,
And wont bare to be returned' ,

-Puck.A Fine Boating, Sailing, Gunning

Whiter Morn.Tls and Fishing..

morn and from my casement I behold
i The scene of spleodor which its dawn doth Terms $2::50 per day Reasonable,

B e sky bring all red and amethyst and gold, Rates by Week or Month. \
The Unduepe neatli lu snowy covering.
::4 I gase In rapture on the scene till lot I II. J, ROSENBURG \ '
I Downward my thoughts from height ethereal ,
fly: Manager. ?
I realise-It fills my heart with woe- / Late of Park Avenue Hotel, New York, and L1U; 9
; That I my old snow shore now must ply.Yankee ton House.Sagra Falls_

________ Blade. RA TEf-;2.SO TO $3 PER DAY.

,y, "1 say, For Cynlcui the,"General said Scribuler Doom "if you Open All Year.

were la my place. what would you swear off j. /
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"I 'tD1 I well I think rd give up writing."
Harper's. Bazar. :

Got HU XMtext. r p Ine Do ala GOIltDalUlr

"What did you get yesterday when yon
found tho pantry door open}" asked Merritt.
Why,"replied little Johnnie, "got sick."- D !TED]
.: JTew York Evening Bun.The'Chrlstma: .

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"What a lot of things I have left over," Z CAPITAL STOCK $500,000.00
Said the frugal housewife with a clgh.
Then she trolled as though aha were in close
As the made them into a big mince pre.New .
-. York Evening Bun.
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mills COMPANY ii now to ell Stock
R ---- -- prepared ,
C _L or lots 4rmoo feet from flo upwards. and I lo- t
RULES FOR ('II led at the "West End" Ocala. Parties purchasing
WOMEN. One Share of block of One Hundred
c / Dollars will be given ten eontiguout hit U>xlOO fed.
Beware of the ant disagreement. i '' For further particulars call upon or address

Beware of meddlers and tale bearers. Gco. S. Mayo,

Learn to croak In :gentle tone of vole. Xo. 1 Marion Block, OCALA FLA.

Avoid moods and pets and fits of sulkinecs. 1

Learn to deny yourself and prefer others. .

Learn to govern yourselves and be gentle ImdwlSfebWEIHE
and patient.

Never charge a bad motive If a good one 'is
,, conceivable.

Learn to say kind and gentle things whenever -LEADS IN T EWatch --
1 opportunity offers "

Never speak or act in anger until you have
prayed over your words or act.
Clock JewelrLINEI
Remember that, valuable as is the gift of ; I J'"
E speech, silence Is %f ten more valuable. 1 I. 4 'Pt ; x ,

Never retort a sharp or angry word. It .. ... .
the second word that makes the quarrelDo

not neglect little things if they can af-
led the comfort of others In the smallest degree.

Study the characters of each and sympa- - -

this with all in their troubles, however Repairing a Specialty.
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forbear Do not and expect forgive too .much. you from desire others forbear.ance Imj. A TOWN LOT I I A TOWN LOT -

and forgiveness yourself. 'I" ron i! LOOK FOR LOCATED( ON WEST SIDE OF SQUARE)-
S, f Guard your tempers, especially in seasons I SmSJ.88LANDJTITLES
:' of ill health, Irritation and trouble, and $25.00. I $25.00.WiS .
often them by prayern and a reuse of your .-.................................... ............... ....-............... ---.-.---...!..
1 .wu shortcomings and errors.

!""36 ANIMAL MNUUOnfl. ...... ".. .. .. 1 I1
-- : ; r (OFFER; : : IS OPEN : ; FOR THIRTY =DAYS ? ONLY" Th J ::: "

The horse of a doctor at Dover, Mo,though .........._................ ................_............................m._......_...._......... ................._, ..._.................._..._, i ........................._......_....._.....,_: .._ : I
St 80 years old, is strong and) lively and performs THE BEACON
good service. ADAMS )

On a bell strapped to the neck of a buzzard AMTRACT COMPANY.'
captured in I'aris, Ky., recently was engraved The 1 filet in the Held! New Seini-Tropicalatldition to,the City of OcalaAnderson's! sew addition -1-I
"Atlanta, Ga., April 21, 1MB.(. After ndjointol i the Sl'mi.Tropiml; ExpoKition grounds Three hundred lots now offered at $25 each, for thirty days .

'' being detained L about an hour tho bird was onl)'. The property' 18 elevated and overlooks the cit)'. South street i8 now being graded to the property. IS THE PLACE 70 GET THE FACTS t.

l1berat A tame<< crow belonging to a farmer nwvrJUdgewsy The proposed "dummy line," when completed, will add 100 I1er cent. to the value of every lot Lota can be -1-1 .

Out., lias been taught to distinguish paid for on the installment plan, desired. No commissions, no agents ; buy direct from owner. The editorof
colon and w ill pick out from a pile the BANNBK will holt-ct lots for non-residents. "Get in on the ground iloor." Plat can be seen at office of 0mcE- : OCALA Hocsi

of articles of various colors one of any color 11. L. Alldl'I'to Oll. or address II. L. Anderson Lock Box 125: Ocala, Fla. lJaSm
asked for.

A San Francisco gentleman owns a dog on uius FOR OCAIA iiuai 'CCIUHII.XTOTICK .
whoso collar ho bos attached the following
11 U l 1.111 G. THE OCALA
legend "1 will not be rotponkibla for the HOUSE. E. B. RICHARDSON
damage done to people who icnist lu die Is HKREUY: ol\'EX: IHATfKAl: M> ,
ITOT"*"? 'Hobert Elsinere' in this dog's bear tog Ml KulM-. -THE-
Mill be received by UKliusifviof I !the OculaHUih I
In;. He cant stand everything. :
M-hool until April Ut, iwj flam midupeclHratioiM Finest Livery In the
A big horned owl attacked a rooster near now re&<.1) si' tbe ortk-e of T. J.Hook City
The lru'tr a ret rre the l irivliege
a and
XXawkinrville-: was preparing to
f&a or ail l bids i lutndi (or faithful -0LEAOIXG -
make off with it when a farmer appxe () In The Leading Hotel of the City.
with. bis dog. The owl thereupon turned his tl.Uto *. E.YI tRI.I. 84LES
sole attention to the dog. A desperate struggle Chairman Board. Tru t.(..tH'ala lllh t h bool. STABLE
AtteHM. FOXetretsry.
ensued, but the dog came out victorious. 11 nlo'h 13. l.:. III sad t", wit tvimOEORQE
tag the owl and then eating part of it. -AXl .
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Mrs. Mushroom-So U
? really ARCHITECT
Resident Dentists. AND BUILDKB
coming: ,
)In.'Champignon do not regret It. He MERCHANT NAIIONALlBtNK; BUILDING 1 DESIOX3 AND
Cornea at a very opportune time. OCALA, FLORIDA.
Mrs. Mushroom what nwpectlMrs. on. Application.....
Champignon will nnd me prepared. .All branches of dentlrtry.with Teeth fined and Repainted Inside and Out]! C
prmetred. Route crowned porcelald or told I
I have just learned bow to pronounce feein. from Xh to full
Artlnclal sets one u> a set Omcz-RU1DUCI J4.
a fdj came without looking conscious.America Hrtctlr enKla dentMry*t moderate price. ---AND-- : : .)pie sndj9lxthrt. 4... .

Cnglish circular cut glass extract bottles, O. FVU-tB JiXMCHACI REFITTED THOROUGHLY WITH ELEGANT WRMTURE {
with chased silver stopper and gold rims, FULLER d' C1IAC&
are coming into vogue. DSXTJSTS.special I. J. BROKAW 'a

Aa enameled four leaf clover, with a border I ,
Jt work of pearls and diamond center, attention! given to Crown BrUjework.Goldplates. 1 f.
makes a handsome brooch" and all 8rst-clau operation J to the Dental An Gu adiniuiiteKd= lot thepainless COUNTY NT7R.6ERYMAN. 1
Oxidised silver buckles] ornamented with estr etched. chrysanthemums and leaf work are in J'atonal Bank Building. Ot&tf .)

f favor among the wearers of belts -1-I .
l'/W09/P. GARY, M. D ,
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Large frosted gold coils, with diamond I
r centers, are. coming into fashion for the. re- OITttiTOTHBTOBUOA Flint UKB }e:;,
cent. JI'I1fllC&lfl worn by gentlemen.X reysleAM LCD SCSOBOK. Or JCUBSKRT 8TOCC OEATH 1 1TWEB I
ro-tuxJ ArrtTlro :{M : :JL. M.TU.A YER.lY.ur"oo. I II
unique silver glove stretcher represent' loess Af aew A; Gary's' Block OCALA. : : A PCJALJTT.
1% :,., 4 dock's bead the handle being chased to tnv1UJ .
'I'wM"YMr-r-1 tmrieaos la Hortdaiintin OCALA, riX>BIDA: I -
feathers aDd the eyes serving ult.1ll.rII -. DDI
.I < dijaatm 1e w1aniO,87Jf 6.stlle dj&n52mTHE ... Ant1Fla..

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