The Ocala banner

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The Ocala banner
Uniform Title:
Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title:
Ocala daily banner
Alternate Title:
Daily banner
Alternate Title:
Place of Publication:
Ocala Marion County Fla
The Banner Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
February 6, 1889
Publication Date:
Weekly[<Jan. 3, 1890-Mar. 5, 1943>]
Weekly[ FORMER Aug. 25, 1883-Dec. 28, 1888]
Daily (except Sunday)[ FORMER Dec. 30, 1888-<Apr. 29, 1889>]


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
29.187778 x -82.130556


The Ocala Banner was founded in 1883 as a successor to the Ocala Banner-Iacon, itself the product of a merger between the East Florida Banner and the Florida Iacon. In 1890, the Ocala Banner became a daily. Over the years it bore alternate titles: the Banner, the Daily Banner, and the Ocala Daily Banner. Situated in rural Marion County, the Ocala Banner covered farming, business, and civic issues in Ocala, where the Freeze of 1895 had devastated the citrus industry and paved the way for diversified agriculture and the growth of tourism. The most important of the early editors of the Ocala Banner was Frank E. Harris, a veteran of the Confederate army, who ran the paper in the 1890s. Other editors included T.W. Harris, who had published several other newspapers in Ocala, and C.L. Bittinger, who before moving to Florida had served as a commander in the Grand Army of the Republic. In 1895, the Ocala Evening Star surfaced as a rival to the Ocala Banner. Beginning in 1897, it also appeared in a weekly edition, the Ocala Weekly Star. During an address to the Ocala Rotary Club, R.N. Dosh, editor of the Evening Star in the 1920s and 1930s, recalled that the “Star first saw the light of day in the press room of the Florida Baptist Witness”, founded in 1884 as the weekly press organ of the Florida Baptist Convention, a branch of the Southern Baptist Convention. Former competitors, the Ocala Evening Star and the Ocala Banner joined in 1943 to form the Ocala Star-Banner, which remains the daily newspaper of Marion County.
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).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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y BUDGET gf HOME NEWS Courr Note. trimmings ; Miss Israel, fink sn CITY & COUNTYDIRECTORY.- -

States.. B. G. Rushimr. tAAault"lth I TilE hPMost PIIOENIX BALL white lace over dte ':v'C. L.
ITTf ,
Olm.C1lr Editor. intent to rob continued! by defendant.Stale Miss stokesbury, pink "satin, Wnshingtoi .
-- natural tlU\\ t'U": Drane Savan '
rut, ; .
:; vs. Clara Beck and Nelson Walkers
JGo to Sanders' and get box of :5-cent dress ":
a nab, 1""f'IlIlerlatill, lace over CITY OFHCERS,
colored, fraudulently marking nil- ..
:L( [Bears: for IL } j 1' \
diamonds hiss Hftillc silk
--- --- ; tunlace
j\', marked animal with intent to r,aim Mcyor-lir. Then I'. Katy
natural floweis ; :Mrs Nathalie, U'tkM \. UeiluHh. ,'oj
Mr..Tom ; 1I1\11Il'-'I.lntIrUlt'tI of illness of
x Worthatn of Leroy, via one on account Brilliant Social cream satin and lace, with Eli train ; Miss .Vantml-r. K:, Hall. : ,,J

r loathe, dashing I I lights at the dance Clara.State Finch, black silk tltcotlitt/ ( feather trim, I'eilMlor-:' e.adMiii.,I "J
vs.Valf* r Williams, oil'ired.celling \. Awerair-1) E Mrlvcr
are seed fltatot'II'L'l''t; at Till' liql1or-f..IIII.1 izni'tv' and fined' tilings ; l !'l"'t'kh, black silk, luctdiamond 'rrrehurcrIL K Miowilrn
ornaments ; Miss Badger, }blue' l'h'"I<.I1I1 of 1'IIUI'II-Jnn. .':Imnn.UwrUof .
,' Seed Store. llfebltMr J250 and ('f. t t'. Event of the Season. sleeveless AMcrieirii. .K. 1m 'i. K:, Vf. Agnew,
State vs. And?. w ( Carman wilfully albatros! pearl trimmings, i J. 1'. I 1I\III'M"h'r. Jotiti .,. unwell .. I f.. hot, k.(l.
Joni! i' a.tfI\IIJI"eI)' bride, of r-hootirlll.lnlllt'ti." I ilia I"", mtkout( mal l'e Miss, LUll (tRill""''')', black silk and lacesleeveless Miilih.-II.. I W.I'tI"Uttler.l.lIn'\\lIa.t 1V. (I. Markllrtll -

? jfMIcanopy. |Iuttll'> I'a"\' \ in the dance last -not gniltv --- -- - ; Miss I KobiiiM, ciiina
!f-aiulary hl'I'l'I't"f| VV T. Kli
night, !"tah't.. Put Deviiic1, J. T. (Gregory, J. moii silk white* inoiic' triinniingsMiss ;
U. THE OPERA HOUSE lane sells, black silk ; M l's Nathans, COUNTY Ol NICRRS.
Cashier Id'01111..11., ; .i-f I he-Meichants' Scott, J. i E.: heck all.11\1. SYarburgh,
sellinir white hiitin, ; Mrs Josie Pioskt-y, pink' 4'O\111) .flhllt--"II''f.1'' M.'ouethy' .
hquor-'flllt tinned I ) by defendants.
[National 1 Hank ictunud laM night from IS RADIENT WITH leash ; Mrs. ('. H Coihbrown} "silkMiss ; Count)' I'tentn.j A, Jititer
:state J. Mel Leander :
A. Green ;
t vx ver, '
ibis business' trip to Atlanta. I'I'H. : siirritl (t: 1 11 illianis.Lwnw.rJ \ .
1 J. Kendrick Pat l Devine and John FEMALE LOV- Nellie (iit'en, white-h.ilk: ; Mrs HIm t' MutlievMirollecln .
Samuel F.: \IItI-"a1'I\ he hal Dnrrance. felling liquor continued by Maher, brown silk MrsV us. Bangs, II 1 \t arttnanltIra.
IJudgr I lemon sittIIIaud rt..lphl"h ; Mr"*. ( 'abat.asof Trt'a.nrrr N les.
ls"rncst 3 old colt defendants.State LI N ESS.lLltiNT ; : 111?
[ < year lay in Alabama, }Llark ilk with. ulace\ Mi|>*rInti niloiit I l-ubllo I trlll'tlmI-r.. 1.
Marion county. lie is a beauty. vs. Mack Madden, Alfred) Morris \ THY lie, Hi'iiiltiKtoncViiniy .
.-- and \\'1II.J 0111'1',sellmgliquor i -continued triinniings, and diamond. ornauicMitsMiss ; e .Col. Nit Hat one of the lending citi- 1 by deimdantsState \ : : ('OST"IES..TIII:: ni-: I : Monroe, white c'aslunere" ; Mrs. Iranthain.11M :\1. II. (dm, K. r s. (Vrrtu.. \\.l-\\ll-

[-tens of Crystal liver, Citrui county, isregistered vs lender Might, catrying' concenled 1lunTI.'n.1 ('HIC l't'ItNlwllll) Hampton ( luunheis, white "satin, headed. The 111"11.i'"iinij' riniiinlshioiirr. mc-c-l tile Oral Monel -
[ at the :Montczuma.A11 I flout. Miss Tllaf'rhllt cashmere: ; In ,e-\iT month
t\ 'al'Ollll| jilead cuilt) -city jail nv I'HOI.'I-SOH:: ; {'OI.l""S :
I- -- -- MIPS limas Hall, blue 1'lIlohlllt'rl'ti"; : ""... 0thl l (lard K. h:. (larrlii, !H. \Vitrluunn,
six months hard labor.
at OIWIlESTHI.I.U.: : I M. .s Momr A. U i.rltllu I'. I I. lmrlMN!. 5t
MinimHall ,
the stores were late openin.: this State vs. Ja" ( 'IBfl''', Paul I Barco and chain nero ; Mins l"\'IIIII./tr.1| nxen first Motnta)'In every month. j oust
morn I nJ/. Cause-all I the Ltook ''nI Holmes Jacobs" all colored, murder of ISO 1"B.\TTln: Daisy lilt'II. white silk Miss" Mitrean\ COUNTY HOARD OF 111:ALTII. lutt
I the incomparable) PI nix lull last cream casnmrrci! Mis.siiace, 11c('tltlll t'k
<: night. young Hammond 1 at Cotton Plant last -- -- ---- ; .
1'1t'"I.\'III--llf.\ ( T 1'.I."r "
of ElIa\: illl' silk and lace Miss, ,
Kimmer\ nolled all to two lasts) by Mate'sAttorneyas IU11n have ccimo. pink ; Hit-licr) (apt K II. UkliietitNOiiMeiiiUrn I q
The :Florida Fruit (Grower's Protective already Mated in, I IUNSLK, And 1 1 Hallx Imvc 1 flown Mattie) Allrc'el., crc'am, tashmcro ; Mrs. I.. l I'r I Ii, A. Miitth.: I Anthony:; HlrMlota. y,j WI

[Union met in the Open house! this afternoon Ja.... Cotlee was convicted\ if the murder. Itc'iiH Illlt the the I'lKVIitX record Clllt of all.) hall Platt, Muanuj.j I ) ', whttCMitin" i t trauipoints; M. S.\ :\I1"'rltl1.lll.. > H Irtlu -,
: at 2:30: p. m. Paiticulars to. Miss Lloyd, Kentucky, satin, red
State vs. J. M. Collins, W. N. Simms, canary HOARD OF TRADE
!morrow. Taking) the above as our It'xtt' can broc-a Hevt'te1l.IIIiI'kl'nloll Mack Hogan Arthur .
I'tvuMciil F. Nunn
) sn> without t ollering allall'l'OlIt to truth, bama, pink satin, tulle overdress, diamonds '
Williams Jno. Tillman Howard 11re l t'rlrldt'ut' 11.\ VV< alhoni.
Prey, -
Mr. L. A. from the Eastman .
Stajrir, or disturbing\ the lenses of our mercurial Miss irate 'arr !i't's-retar'. VVn\ boa, '
; ,
1'1t'limlll4. \Villi Richardson and .
[Business College, Poiuhkeejisie: N. Y. : imagination, that the entertainment white casmere! low nark ,anel short Ik Mini' "('iuterunrv--.1. C. Man Jr.C. Hhvln- ,
3 is a late acquisition to the First SationaiBank Young Bellamy, ail mlort'lJ.oIt'lIillJo; liquor I given last eight bv the Pluenix Club at guar, Jnu r \ J II I UvhiKxlon, ". A.
continued\ \ by defendants.State n I coves ; Mrs! J. M. Blair, Cinciiinali, O, VVe-athc'ru.: Win I'I:: .i rt \\'. Mo..ty,,
clerical forte the :Marion Oiu-ra Hou!'<', was the mostsuccessful t
blue brocaded satin diamondx MISH
Howard 1'. 1 B. Uiish ; !
vs. tlinii. brilliant BUILDING ANI LOAN ASSOCIA-
and social event that
Captain :Morton purchased beautiful Jno. Yaitch, (ieo. S. and Joe E.: Burdoll', has that Loin Wright white silk, gold) I lat'I" diamonds -
grac-cd temple of
ever Terpsichore. TION.
Alice Carr' blue
of Texas iiomecout of :\lr.l'l'nrMon'sbe"d selling\ lillllirl'1.H1tinu'lllJIlefewlantt1.. ; Kentucky, sat
pan ] There ma> have l Isr'n t times i III, white tulle I diamonds Nliss) Annie l-rifliUnt. II. VVIlmcT
took them home hitched them to State vs. Gen A.Carmlchrelaggravatedassault 1 ;
a ) ) when 2s
: I lielimiHlNI
a greater numerical assc'nihlageprutucuadcd lUibinson Hln MetCnnicU'iil! M 2'l'1
plow, and they worked "'plewl ll1y. plead guilty-lined JlOt) and I its liaTlt, but surely in the l<< Island, inahogonycusti- 'itury and TrcasurtrIonia Fox.
----- -- tosts.State. nierclnte gild, bruhh.tll'Illk front anel Board ul( On'tt. ra-L '1'. I ane-anleT.. luaaCHlc .
Don't) forget the concert of the Young vs. Henry Jones, assault with niuuber of fair mauls) noble nnitrons, 1II\1I1a.1I1I\\t'fM ; ;Miss Nellie spencer, Cem- I.III'IIM. I I. llrown.I KUlu 1, A. F.: liclout-eit| U. H.
gallant and chivalrous I escorts and the nc'itic-ut, black satin black lace (lowers c-liarlaji; nil'I, A. Uiirlont. .: 1.
Peoples' society of Christian: Endeavorof 1 intent to murder-continued! by the and. dancers ) ; ,
the Methodist! church at Snowden'nHall State. graceful spngh'ly never Miss Apjifrson, Kciitiuky, ,'r.111 cash OCALA RIFLES

to-morrow night at 8 o't lo'k. State vs. B. P. Hull, aggravated assault, was exccdc, in the lu.tory of Ocala so- mere', black velvet, trimmings.SIUK ,'l'ItIUIII-.Ic', A.. SILfoIi. a
chat We that .
gatherings.! opine much of "First leMite'iianl-ll I ( II 1t't"1'tl.l.It'uh'llIluII'
motion for new trial overrultrl-tined! the fantastic. !' LIUliTS AMI:' W A 1.1. MTrOUIS.Mr. .SI-OHII! h: UlllliiiiiB.hurty .
elegant "light as tripped,
The BANNKU office is under obligationsto '
Doctors G. II. & J. C. Perine for a }2.> alllll'O"tll.Hafe.Howarll'. with happy\ hearts such l smiling faces, bv : und! Mrs. Its Oatman of Uonh'cthcut Mc'liilit-M. .
!! 'be continued by the Mr. and Mrs Birdse Dr. anel Mrs. FIRE! COMPANY.
number of package" of very superior the throng) of dancers last night, was ) ,
State largely! due (10 the bewitching\ ) inspiring Allied', Mrs.\ )Dr, Richards, ;Miss Philips, 'htd. 1'. II I xurN.ltr, .
of their manuladurl'
ff tooth l powder----- -own -- State vs. Jim Felder, selling\ liquor, I strainshith: I'rofcsvn (Colbv's supc'fior ol mutest! Ult', 11 I r. and I Mrs.; Israel, :Mrs 1 "n'llIlIn. Maurliv. Klulnittifr.Hn.laxt.lMaiit1xineVe. k .

'' r Don't fail to tall and get an oyster fry ('01l\'i.tell-6I1eI1t-250 and costs.Jas. militrtiv 1 orchestra dis.'onrscd-tn" (ol. S\MnMon, :Mr. and) Mrs. Sam smith Si-e-oinl, awlMiinl VV.i. MarnlialLhetnur .

- at the Chicago. Sutf) S Harvey, convicted of burning! filet, such dancing music-i was nevci before :\1 rll. John F Dunn( who was richlv and \'--J IL Mill I It-It,
----- Gary's barn, was )granted a new trial- attempted or hc-anl in this! citand beautifnllv attned, 'I r. and Mrs.f /xcha-: i 'Iwiiilyllvoiin'iiiiKnHOOK ;. ,

Dr. C. Ferguson, the p pOI"lar1.: D. was! released on a i-jOO) ) bond. it proved additional incentive1 to indulge nas, ;Mr. and" Mrs Rosen\ :Mr and I ;Mrs. I AND LADDER COMPANY.

01 the Eureka country, and the owner of State vn, Chas Summerlin and Uobt.Sjiarkman in the "pot-try of motion" that Budsey: Mr. and.! Mrs Perdue'. Mr. andMis. t'f.hll.uthllim I'almc'r. .

a fine orange grove, paid; the DAILY B INNER nolled as to Summerlin, he made. the many lookers l on remark, with : I Cay BullcKk, Mr. and) Mrs. flank re' >rc> tlk.. Irkhaniwni.I Mint. '

: a pleasant vibilyestenlay.. having plead, guilty-15 days in county ap.rovig'.milt's\ mid nods, that in i all Lippilt h'l lirl and Mis. llanUr, Mm\ lt",bt. 'Aset'.uI-11eli I went)' ...rLULUl.A _. \ '
- -- jail. This I is the case in which these their (gala experieme! such dancing hadneverhecustvn1sfore ( lark, Miss Welch, of \Ve-lcliloii. Miss
Tom Snook and his handsome brother two )'ouIIlllJlell took Captain L '''IIH' boat Another markedfeatuic'of I Ne'lfton, of Ceiititnbia. S. C, 11 Ir. and MrsAientz LODGE, NO. aa,1 I. O. O. If.I a

George, who with his lovely Ohio bride out of Silver Springs" Kun and I stalled' : the dance was thcmniiv strangers :, Mr. and Mis. B.LltU'ltH.: W. I'. I IMtto.'\cr)7'ut.biyevenlsgl

are visiting the former, at hU cosy: home out on voyage: of discovery, and in present' hart t evening and who joinedhi'jirt hlatsl.'y', !Mrs. I'. W (ireen, Mrs Kobintxui Will' .-, N e,.

at South like Weir, made the DAILY turn were taken in. and liaiiil: in the exhilarating exen mother eif (iio K., Mrs; ( 'ronin, of VV All, M vUillnn. I'IIIIIII'M.'fl.tlfr.brutlwral'lI..lIl\.lIylllIIt't1.|' J
BANNER a call yesterday.) State vs. A. S. }' >kc/, two count, Canada, Mrs. Newton h ( i
|'op oj i ,>H, either i t ns participnntsordchghlcdspectators '" I KciMing! slid Mrs.Aeemta OCALA CHAPTER: NO. 13, R. A. M. .
---- after and false
-- larceny trust, pretences ;Mr. and Mrs1'.1V I
Kverv: indication Hiiuid to Hants.
Mr. Hampton, !1"*. Chambers and,, wife, both. continued! by mutual consent' | (1I1'"II1IMIII'r.! No 11. k. A. M. Convix'fttloiii
.\II\UII the .
tlie fact that \ ( adinmng i-lder
great "sociability picvailcd.Kinho l'ttlIIIUll'lIt1.'tll'IIM .
:Mrs Nm; > Keep' :Miss\ flatly HickHon, Tl'n'as,'" for ,gambling, all ,'olotl..l.NI' era I Momlrtv niKhllu every iminlli.II "
Win. 'rved ( ol. Jno Al 1. Marlin, VV lass II. r
Mr. John D Hopkins' C'ol l. J. Chamber \\ continued.\ cheerful ir'iwtintf fur 1"'f-nIHlllv else and (l'lIl. Adarn L. Kie-he-lbe: '." -thu latter J. H. I KAttk KtcTeUry.

and :Mr. B. U Chamber, all of :Mack Jones, colored, plead I guilty; of the high grade formal 'lurch that usually said. the brilliuiil ami entliUHiustie' seenu 'the IHsclilr, hold I HuiiiUy) hchoiil) atic) 1."l'Ial l P
Orange Lake, put up at the :Moiitezuma gambling) and got li months", in tlu' (utility I: imtilehim "srlcaeerysuudayou.rhiug'.1 I I AKiiew'itiaU :
lendi) l1t'llurl'tu' and fiigiditto fairly \\ C.Je .
attendants at the t rigidity joiina Huain: .|lso |>n'KeiniC al nlgl't! "I rc'KuUr hour, aimTRAVELER'S "
and were delighted jail at haul Ul>or. he( ft-iUincs formand t'xpresHim.s of I'll(lords. and Di. )Dwelley were also in ra'rrIlsetlugevery Nednewiuy, .liM. AU are /

Phoenix ball last! t ni -ht.CapUein .- --- Ralph Robinson, colored, also! raised" gat he-rings" a like character, Wits hap the tllroll Ol the younger: but more f?; ; .

--- aloud his voice and said "h taken a pily "out ol htock." and in con.scqiitMiccpvervl I bashful" and ic-tiring: gallants\ arrived infaiiltU'SH "
L. :\1. hazer, of iirr\> was a hand on a game of chance," and the GUIDE ;
>ody who will\ not get evening drc'Sti.wcre<>, :
welcome caller at the lUx.NEK otlceyesterday. court echoed bu'k." "3 months in county done talking .. \\R"In'"t delightful : MacKay, !Stow aid) and Woodrow.Jt."r.; .... I ,

He brought with pine him land a head, that of jAil at bard labor. social time you knowl' had. ,*' \until Jones and Weathersbce'/ of Martin, were Schedule of the S. S. O. & O. J R R.

cabbage: \grown on CO.MMTsslON"IIOTHH. the ball, which tin- Ocala) Uilles will give theu with, grateful smiles.AiiKing .
double discounted anything of the kind .\ BMDi: : :. Wlh-IUlI.! which the Arrive from J Jloiiu*>iMia.....,............,...... A.J.\ P. M. +'
IVbruarv IIu.inll- be-antifiil d
they many ami winhoine .... .. .. . .
placed! on exhibition at the Nave-ocHU for liiuuiclloii .. .. .. 9. ) Y
for size, vet riizht.let the fruit Dclc-nUc Work ate they will get UP.. ill such a rc<'herchemanner laclll'tlptl."tlll the u mu\vrrsal vonlict lit"(unmix Hi .............. ......................... 0.'", r. ".
!Semi-'l: rot,ital. 'fliat s A Mule MakesThelu I that the !MM-) luwcr| Jacobi: " and truck }growers; of Marion county Shell Out. Electric 'andlo Liw'ht ol the !I'hu'nix palm I For graceful and) !
exhibits.! I e xilmi.Iteau- C. eH P. R. R, (Old F. R. & N. Line)
bring in their -- ,- It has tome to our hearing from very ( lub plant will rate as I sccxxul: grade. tug, Dr Dwrlle-y said) MISH :Spencer's: Schedule.
Matter. good) authority that the genial;: ) and) But enough! of that ; let I time tell the step look hmeeand hei voted tier the

School robust! Dr. C. t' Harris of tepurr,. has an lit or)'. :Suthcient unto the .day is the report )"Ilt.. Nlirrit'" |.' ''''''i ir north |MIUU< ...._......M,.IH p. M.

At tht regular session held Monday\ ) experience with a Cincinnati fruit house thereot in our little daily. As the At midnight an hour's 1..l'tHllillll1lI'I hhL t'1'\'llIhl)i'w.uivre.uth" .. t"IIIt..2.U., .,... ..........._l..i r.A.'M!M. ,a
and Tuesday. by the Cumin' School in the ('consignment of Ins frui' which reporter don't pretend to I I" an expert| in taken III the dour to go: over to lh..< .HKl IIIJI./1"-

Board, there wer present Messrs. Harris d,>-t.t\'t'K publicity, and illustrates" the shading 'Olorill fact, is color blind in (teals 11011"" sod recuperate-the' "I\.I hung (i'a'cngerarrives' In (k' 1)07' t

Wartmann D'lrwoe, dritlin! and Jlo- uncertainty unreliability of some of dress IIloLtt"rilll-alIl1 don't know sky void.} Dancing\ was kept up) till 3 a. m : .! .I"'M...................11.10 A.r. M.M. .
ser. A small appropriation, \\alll1lalt' to those" gentlemen in the trade The Dr. btue from |h','a green when lie se-e-n it) he Rev C. It \\',IIIIt"rit" on hand to we Fndght" '

enable Professor stieator t I to make, a creditable forwarded bevc.t car loads. In a little invoked! the kind ol!tired of several fair (that his parishioner* con.lucte-d the-in- IHIIOII Hall. MHilh Ixiiilnl.............. ...?_ 1 41 p. .. .t.tL
county display of school work at while came check: for I1W(), net proceeds attendants, and w hatever of toilet deseriptions solves w itii due .1.'oruIII, which they dul. north IKIIIIK .m. 1,41 p. M'

the Sem!-Trouical. The Ho 1'1'' 'well whoo of the fruit sent. This meager re- will be (oUJln ill tlll'l\O colulIIlI.4( 'Hie DAILY BAN.SCH! exlendit( hearty JOHN I 5. KMAZC. I

was suspended! and the (,',sky school/ tuin so aroused the Doctor that he took the readers, thanks aic due to these e-ongratnUtioiiM: to the, members of (the ('JI Town "'kc-t Ag( ut.

., continued ; both colored Lake Charles the lirht train for l'orkolulis! interviewed "three fair maids from school. and if Phu'iux Club III thin pronounced! and unqualihecl The F. S. R. R. Time TJlble.toefVT '

) school closed at the end of the fourth the fruit house, in company with a detective any are is not tllrolldl"Ulltlko suceHM of their first elforts to It ItOVM.

month. The :Maysville! troublewas to whom he !had made his consignments aforethought;: but Itecaiise they, like the give an entertainment em a 1I1>t'ral wale
1'N.s'ngtearrtvraln (i ela..._,.. ._ .
I. i.ftft
fettled, bv sustaining!' the uction of saw hilt fruit In the store, reporter| didn't know everybody and They should [h. !proud of the record. M .. M- ? |l IKJ p.ft H H

)Ir. James Daggers trustee, in I securing priced same and made every etiort \">Hsible c-uiildn't fin,; out without exjiosing' their made, and the DAILY IU.NNKH swells rrelKhl .' H ". TT----::= V" A.: M.rTiiiTimtiiiui :
Mr. Flanders to unih the term: ; :\1t' *rK. to buy some of it cheap. and the c-nlling. with( pardonable pride' as itu: >ntemplat 's ** ** *5' il/.1fy A. MKO .

Simpson and McCullv of the school re- last. figures' named were (2.50 per box. Miss Lesser, of New York, green satin, the brilliant scene' ol last night. All the .TH BOVXD.

signed. Mr. John Brass of the !Shiloh Having feecured! all the evidence lie de- pail trimming, tUcollete ; Miss Woods, connniUec'H did. alto) irahiy-i e>pucu will '.WWIIKKI trrlTe, In Ucalri..._..,7.IS A, K.

school resigned. Miss( Irene H Parker, hired to convict the rascally and) dishonest cream figured, India ilk figured\ black not permit of individual mention. :: : .. -. ijao p. M.
of Citra, took the Orange Springs Mlioul. 1, dealers, be curtly informed! the I velvet triinmings, ; Miss Lii>pitt, blue alba I ln.oht"It "It.I' ", :?. ... = vie, A. M.:
J left vacant by the resignation of Mr I C. (tinn that he was the individual who had tros, Wl\.l'llliu tOUI'lIt, natural tlowtrs ; I Neil lee -.....Ulft I A. M.

W. W hburn. T. \V. \\ lute, colored, of shipped' the trim he desired to purchase MISH Keep, whit alhulnm, "surah, trim I took bv mistake a light, brown over i

I the Boardman school was sull| cnded for aud tho returns they had made to him, mings, natural flowers ; Miss Bird'!..y, coat' at the ball last night: and llt'ft mi no, .
. immoral conduct, and, by instructions of and he had come to see them to find out white cashmere, tulle and m>)ire trimmings I like the one taken there The overcoat I

. the Board .li.missed. W.ea of pay for himself whether they had really sold ; Miss Maggie; l agelton! ) black I in OSSOSMOII' has a IMJX ol facH LEAD I!
my j
;"' for teacher of J1\((Jb'iI Well war not hi* fruit as represented, or nut Now satin, diamonds. natural lloweis ; Mrs.OttennoHMer I der in the krt. If the having
|l"N early
r'' grantedIt wasordered that all children/ that tie had found 'hern out, he gave white satin. with pluhIrimmingH. mine will please\ let me: know or send to WE

, who do not properly' along to t the school them the alternative to pay him the full) j. Miss J1(4 'onn..U, moire silk, I the Merchants' National Bunk and Vt'thill = 1i

t. adioiimisSw"l| ><> exclud d. Mr. Irov- value of his product or tit' criminally I I I tulle over drew, featbertrituuiugs! ; MU I will be greatly obliged.1C. J. NEVER FOLLOW i"

epee evidently I got beyond his province .prosecuted and take the chances of look- Livingston, white muslin and lace Mrs. B. Mt in petitioning for pay> for fuur months in through the bars. Contrition I )Marshall |h'earls, ilk trimmings ; Mr.

he had ,performed the sthool quickly followed intense unioniMhinent, Herbert! Anderson cream ."t tin, plush -
service ere Citrus County at the Eiponltion.:
.... : work appl'cati"' rt.'il'.tetl-u.ntraet for and close on its bet-U restitution to the trimuiin;,:H ; Mrs. JUx't, bUck: satin ; Mrn. 1'4 (1)MYLETENFM! AND.....

time of; Hmimeniviuent of Khuol only tune of f1' Jo. It paid the Doctor handBomely !- Eic.helberge'r: creaui cashmere, white The County ('OIllIHiiIHlol.t.f CHriucounty r

_ be accepteel. The usual arrant- ere to do a little defective\ work mini, rn tram; Mrs. !tow Lc..thaUl, black ; Monday approjtnated' $uOO for t-5
1 'to anti the increased 1 tiappiaegis silk, natural flowers ; Mn- htliridy-; ; i exhibit at Ihe "'11I''jt.: CaptainC. \ of S S1ok.
: drawn for paY Variety(
: of all teachers correspondingly( augmented Attention, Ocala I Kitten cream cafehiuere ; Mrs Lippitt, cream (J. Carroll, of lloajottajw*, was al.IotttsIcutimiwtuneroexiuhiW .- [ ,
'IIIIIIIUt'rtIr Itadclirfe rot l Bowl
and act.Sachet ( ; tableton
I I by You are requested to attendin Fatigue black! velvet and mi satin Miss Snow- I. (.,Citrus

Valentine uniform, the regular meeting of the com I den blue silk ; Miss !tout nun's veiling,

I L departure pany February 7th at 7:30:: p. in. I ribbon trimmingH Hiss Martin, white Clothing for gent Mt great barKain at

r,' 'I Our Sachet Valentine area have new ever Q. A NASH, I satin, ,wan'.. clowu tnoioitiigs: ; Mm. It, M. riBhtl's. [--I''Ji' ] HoOdE&Nash1Jsford'e =
1\\0 from anything. we Capta I u. B. McConnell white satin, tulle over

It kept being filled fragrance.6feb2twl with .imperfect perfume Bulk orbten ic any quantity at Co- I druids ; Miss Aure, l, white nun' veiling Twenty-one-iueal ticket for $7, at the Old 8Wit!. PublJo fc, uAr, Ocala. lie

of lastins: OCALA Niwt DDPOT. born'. Chicago: mtanrant 30tf I aleveletsa, crepe base and pink satin Chicago 30tf
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THE OCALA DAILY BANNER. Brother Harrii, lllev that the denradallnn ......- -IF YOU

--- -- -- -- ---- -- \ and poverty of the masses i 1R!' the .".:.:::. : t 1"--: '

human laws and' contravention ..........'. .'fl'B..I DrugLine i
t OCAL., VLA.tWOULD'NT FElI1lU.tRY VJ, 1S89. of I i" "' '''' '

<>f divine lawn, and the only charity the ...'....... ...................I..........-...................-_. ll eiflall S
'jioor needn\ the charity of just and w i lee .
IIH: A "WOODEN"GOVIIHNOH. t'jllll1alinn-tht' adjuMment of human 1 i i I I --O-

: law to livinn law. ... .....
The "Sunday law," now Bought to heertaitfd I THE PLACE TO FIND THEM
Uecause the HANKER had IMPORTANT ij !
something! to by Conjrrewi: and the different Ii
say of the absolute routine work of the Stales: of t the Union, he would flit rl'lIu- ...:.............-..................................................:. ..
average Florida vprnnr-IIII( '111lttlnOmM' oiisly oiH' '"e and, enforcing regions. DR. DELOUEST
without leaving A nv very visible h Saleup ,
observance, he would rest!t entirely Special

T footprints behind him in the way of recommending upon the iiower of j ia>rnuasioii and the ........ .. .. ....... -(\Vf:>T SIDE!!: IIU'nE.-
tary reforms in legislation, ont'lpl'r, Hu would! have .no. 1M\l of lecUlators!!, .......r..N..rO.! .1'T.1'1.( r"C" 'T'E"| 1 ...... OC.VtiA:: S t t t I S FLORIDA
r intending to be withering In its sarcasm, however i wiw and. rharita- : i : : :

nays e.ieertative: :, the conscience ................... ............ ..............................i................... 8m 81-8 a
&tile, nit in jiidmi-nt upon' -
Wonder If It "" 0111110' lx (tool idea for the of the citizen.
!, people of l rail llro, lUrrli totbe KitutlTo : I ---
A h"eIO II -
chair (iovtriior Klemlng'i time In thin, country there are oorne SwondAtlvmtistH .. II I I
xplm, MI that we may rejoice over the fact that Home lI"I'tII'lIM| and Home I
Florida tiM hwl one "real live Governor." Jews, who believe in the Marred observance ITO,T.THE. ,.. LAD.IES. ::.. 1 1I S. R. BIRDSEY & CO.; r

Well, let's pee what Brother Harris of the "Seventh", instead I I of the : : : : 1' ,
; would do if he wan made (tovernor of "First"", day of t the week. Their conwienceH I TO THOSE wiift ironLIKE TO as i DRESS GOODSLatHes' -
,, Florida. C'lTO.IIf.R.'f; i iI "
are ft* t-arrpil and t entitled to as I --0Wholesale- I

a Ills first recommendation would IP the much respect and con..ideration a*! the I r has::come:::0.:our. :!notice. :that .a::nnrntet! !:of 1
adoption of the Australian' system, of c.onncience: of t the more numerous 1)n.1y & Retail
vpting, -making frauds at electiu-.s. almost of Protestants Catholics who &,believe [ :. :::Housewives: :::: j rf'
if not entirely ..lhl'l. He ---DEALERIXHanhvarei --
1I11pO in the observance rf the "lirst! day --
would use the inlluonro .i.r his! otlice to of the week.holy While dillerintf as to the :::::::::::!Iksrototake: ( : .: :rulrantacenfn: ?! L::::::::: :,,

make the ballot-b,)x the sacred "revenant day to hn observed& nun day of rent," ;
of our free institutions. It would l be his theren\ cordial agreement that the command j IMMENSE STOCK OF GROCERIES t 1 Fine' Broadcloth, Il i 1 T GroceriesOCAL. '

highest ambition to have it possible' for, thundered from .Sinai : .Six days ; 'c ;'' '' ; : ./, rlt
But.1 think ilellvtr them
not wo we there-
':' -every man In thin State; entitled to vote thou .slnilt labor," i is, and. imperative ;
to cast one ballot and l hate that ballot !'II' ) to observe mandatory which\: both must ........................announce..that,... ................... 1 59 ant 54 inches vide -u- '4.:
,counted t cast. WE WILL DKLIVKK: ALL OKOCKKIEUiioughi :
as! lalior "ii the other Sabhath Karh hag!
Having the ballot-box free: from mobviolence that ritrht and .should protected in that j from us, to'any'part; of; the'city':'withIMIOMITN'KSS I .%, J I t J FLORIDA 3m 31-H.s 1 1rI

i without and official violence right\ :>ill loot; AS ""e citizen does not ; : "' ; ) ; 80c., 90c. and $1.
within he would, all the AM "DISPATCH I IOor I
use powers InV'lIhllln interfeie with the religion belief) of ......... ...-.....,....?... ..".. ........ --
hint by his high office to make ,
other t Ito nhonlil bo allowed to pursue
it iinM] >ssible for the sovereign will of the bent of h u religious convictions un- :::::: Grocery "Deparlme t I.,::;.:.;., I II Worth from S1.7 to S2.2r

the people to bw set aside by thw dictum inolepteil', hold sacredanvday .lie. ('heuata -ATID. -
In charge of J. M. QA i TEX. nrh no Praia !
of any returning) board, county board or and bus( conscience be left to him and I his

county or State official. I (iod.,! I Irv...."R. CCLI.F.ia'"A1'b' 'VARIETYr..r. I Ii
He would) make it 1r1lIM|>ossihe! to doa I These are only Home' of the iccommenduiions. I .
HIM almost become
})rive person' of an otlice, to which he I or lieresie they ins y &tie .

except t rnlleil. r that Brother Harris would. rei> AI Household Word!I I Ii ij ALT WOOL

orrimend, if he was the Governor of the i ....................... ................................-............ Fishel's
as other issues! are t tried. Mute: \ lie would! recommend many i

He would, invest\ the citi/en, so far as others equally us radical and lie believes" I .........................:1....1:..........i....1 i COLORED HENRIETTA, 0 1
his oilier enabled! 1IJ to do so, with the would have a most ha'utary' and beneficial i
fullest freedom in t th.* expression of sleet/ II1Rl1k llt1. j BENJAMIN ..FOX': I ;
opinions.' He wo'ild, have every citiz/n But Brother upon Harris! dues, not want to !" .. .. ..L ... .1O incho wide,

freo to think, free to talk, free to publishand ) he, 111011I''I'r expects to be I inventor of i j i i ti

free to vote as conscience: might. Florida. Not, a weaahetone" at anyrate. .................. ..... ......... .... ... ................. Can !lie found<< one of the
dictate, without t the least (tear of proscription ; ='j. 55c.
intolerance horn ,, ...... ...i i! !......_ -1
or any But "iIM.f which F !
quarter ) as a 11\\"IIIII''r i | ............

a Investing whatever.the citizens: with peifect lie shall ,try In1 I; to hopes make: to IK interesting of Norn wrvicfc and injliifiitiitl -, .I......-...---I-......-......."i...!i.,...,.............--, Best assorted, (selected and 11'

i freedom h* would next turn his att.ntion in an linmb'e wayloanuVriiiht hU1lumlt)'. U'urlli SI .OO.
to benrtitting his condition. This

r could largely be done by lessening the .
A MYSTnillOUS: I-'IM) -- ----- ---
burdens taxation. most desirable priced

He would,t recommend that't'r enterprise
) lilt Kcinoo I ml nil, Lake Wolf, the
of individual. ( H. KAHLETOX,
every 'oq'orn-
or \tiusl," be untaxed. NCIMIO of" a Trailjjetly ol' bunt AKO, Special inducements in i l .

lie I would recommend that t the rails! Which IM Unexpectedly HI'\lItJtht .........Dealer In........ Stock of Dry Goods

and road-ti..1 and cars and. rolling stock I o Light.

of all railroads be untaxed.lie \ '. lv' of EEAL EST.A.TE. and ,t
List Sunday \ s. Mullock/ "q., Our Clothing
would have every section of thin __ i ___ ,
I State vinitfii by thin great; promotor, of the. well itnouM le'gsl l firtH of Bullock &; in (the City E

\ comfort and civilization. lie Mould, harts Billfold of tins c'it v, visited, in company; .........Improved and lnimprove.1..r
them cross: and leerosseach! oilier i < all'direction with his father iencral Uobril. 1I"lIlIl'k1nJllll'I'I'I"JIan'I.t'I'1 d I :u\ liT I m
and l tilt LANDS. GROVES ETC. Shoe
have of
** < miltoallillal', / fioin the Second (Cou.V"'II..iOllld Department n _ _
reM'inbling appearance u api-\
r'rloHvl\ woven web District) Jim Carlisle, the -1-I .

He would recommend that all hotels \lp1llur dray! clerk at 11'right & FruzerV, \VK1K I'AUK KI.OUIDA.

and hnnrHIIE houses be uutuxed. They and several others Little Lemon Island, flits mu !
are great factors: in the. upbuilding' of our WatcIlItanL

} tate, and with our abort and precariousfieaKoiis on Mr.I IjtkeViir\\'. S. Bullock, ll.e In dt-wirable inspect+ its property beauties' of (C.] HllCinallcl'' & II'tL'
illol MbU Makethen
almost + to 1
: iIllIH'| U'eNlionldnot ami enjoy ihe lovely ",nrrol1lJd i r'' I'I. -- ----- -- -----
) pay runtung expenses.'
The 1 lilen "spot hits lately )been the

were puni-li granting th..1IIltlt'hem' u pmiUx'e.' a tine: a* if we tcntpoary\ ; home of Major Bi if us and. lux UKOIIUE ikKAY.AUCIUTKCT : l\D: J1 Q) .J1 !l1 JJIi
lovely) I\lHllllh' 'I.totlllj! t'.uaily.and dining
He would it-commend, ,thai hereafter every orange their stay the place a" been cli-ared up. AND IIUILDKK, [U f:l II I!i
iel i
i' trio now plat .i to
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and an illlllll'lI"l.tI'r\ oak which I tad I
1 be planted, be nntaxed. I become hollow with Hire, wan us il as a DKSWX3; \ AM) 1':8TUr.\Tts: : I i
That all IIOUHV and kinm and work I JAS. T. LANCASTER.LKAIUNU A Stock
kind. of fire stare Mr. CatliMeV little Complete of
animal;, 1\11I1811111I,114: of all kasha, ol all i -Furul he in this excavation aflll.1igging
I boy was playing' "
farmer, whether oMiunone nrre or a
the ashes in the impruviMHl
up I!
J\JIIII1'rl''t, be wholly uninxtd.Ilu .
thou would Hptx-ially ret-omuiend health: vshen he came UHIU] the "\lIIt' (iri ICE.-RL ltlnca: : : : OrnntM and Nllth eatC.tLt. KRAL JHTATK: DEALKR. Gents'
of a Iminiin beinj, w hii'll utlracted I the FurnishingGoods.
manufacturing enterprise be untax ____
attention of the viMti>.s' and a closer examination FlflKltKNOVDB.N i -
ed. In the :South': heroic !and peaceAll 1.A1I 81
and dccp'i excavation' (HISI'IOI'Il..IIJlOI'I' .
r Mtugtrle rommeifial empire' manufactures bones, buttons( l1t'uJlil'" to OCALA.: : : : FU>RIPArttfj

C aie her hope They hhoutd be'ssuit and siher Herewas .
a ppoon. :!
1\IIlIIIOf puniMheil I with high.taxed.
1 :I encouraged! ): a mastery, and the fact IKltl''I1 thu

w'hicliVxvu rise to ('tllljt>l" -
4 He would recommend that all church
tur-'s! and Kiimi.-wH" a* to what IKTHOII' ) A McFAHiaNK: '
t of all KIADV 31
edHires, and building* deMriptionsbankK how hecame WEIHE"I.KAD ADI:
) Mores.! residence. !I... untaxud.Hu these fragments repiesenled -DI.Ur.R1t isALL -
and !ii..N longuvro.
on what/ I iiii.sbiiui :
word recommend that
all |I''rKl'fll\l would l, in property a.' all the fruit.lIf\ > piu./.led, perplexed and excited tin KINDS OF KUKNITURE.TllKV CLOTHINGTailoring
cut i >8it> and largest! ingenuity everyone
e4 inan'H industry\ whether! the work of Islabead .,.' The) 'IIIIl'lu..illl'. reached -0- --- IX nu--:
or of his hands, lie., exempt, from that
sat he to the early .--punish INVITK!' INSPKOTIUX" or TllCIH ('U\
r all f>|*vieM of taxation. A man's skill, invaders, bccume. feperalcd. from his 8TOCK AND IW I'BICIW. -
work of his drain and I '
lire ingenuity! the (Mtnpanionsas | 'i>ued by hostile Indmiirt 1m 810M WatcllClock Jcweh'( I Department
chould be
: muscleare ins own and he i Unexcelled
for refuse swum. tll the island; and ( f
the fruits thereof without .
y allowed to enjoy annealed himi-elf in I the h"l1l1of the In Fits and Prices.

paying tribute to individuals, corporation } inuneiine! water oak tree, and finding) noHi" I *, or government. .. ) Store I !
lie would r''l'OI11IJJt'lullht1I\ taxes be | ible meaiiM of scsipe, died there. Palace Dniff r
For. the hour all I thought and discusHion -
laid solely on land I and land: values. 1 I. J BROKAW
.I 01' I lh<* oiiunre and lemon interest l ,
the fruits ofman'
, Why ? Hecause land i ill not
, ceased and the history of the settlement
toil, but is the bounty of au AllViaM -0- -1-i 1II
of I'mrida had l the 11,, 'r.I ---0- --
\ and Infinite Creator: to Adam and ,

hia' |HWterlty forever. ,\t! h\lnloh he put I Ul'lmiriu' u Specialty/ THE MARION COUNTY NURSERYMAN. -
Homt.thlnUnu./ .."".. I ; II
" ( a mark upon Cain he did not deny him WHOLESALERetail

II w .and his |osterity an inheritage to the I I It is a noteworthy fact last Mon- -0I.oc.uo .
I dav was otlicial 'lhIt.IIall.l! :Sheriff: -
land.Man land animal. He can subsistonly client. He did -ASP- I
is a : Williams .Ii.lllot have a -( os WKST SIDB or QO.\Ri-)
the fruits of the sod and it is have of for sale, a OFFER TO THE
iron not a piece property PCULIO A FINE'; LINK
and in fact that ores I fact unprecedented in his ollkial ex- I Drugs 1 1S ILL OF XURSERY
man should lay claim to a million acrfs |H'rience. STOCK--GRAPEVINES

and a*million men lay claim to nun'. I A 8PCIALITY.AnthonyJFIa..

We are all alike .the children of OlI e NothhiK I.Ike It. ()-- W. W. CONDON'SN'cw -I-II

001.1.Yen, if Brother Harris was OovernoVof It seems to lie in the air and is bocum- -.\ KINDS OF- Jewelry Store I 'ljan15m.: .louses; -4, : .
Florida he would recommend with all in): infectious. Folloniuj the example

the tarnt'tltnt't'otl and intensity of bin. na- Vf their illustrious' chief every endiloy.eeu Shines replete with everything in I I fp

I. ture.theaboliiihinennt special taxes, t"' extensive establishmentof !ilheinaiK on..s, ST.TIOCdtl'l'r .. TJ' hia line. Call antI examinefor
of All license taxw, of all professional +>r A; llro.. has determinetl to oiler a .. 'oul"t''lf.Strlnas LAND TITLES 4r,
and occuiwUonal taxes, of 1\111'011| taxis. St'm\-l'rol'k,1\ F.xponitionIInd: prizt' ; ,.. -- -- r Ili ) I I1

of all road taxes, of all taxes ulan| improvement for Musical Instruments a -1-
:.. of every character whatsoever Cheap Gotuta.The' ::FANCY ARTICLES:] Specialty.
"All Work on repair of Clock anoS WiQu !
all s
and all 1 personal taxes econd !Store' has removed l '! "niut >t .1"IIElnEACO; .& ADASISIIJ 1 !
all :
that taxesbe
woulIl'Ytoll recommend In Complete ,
\ You t'uul
and tliat that to the :Montezuma l\htt'k. can Rhelnauor's Old Stand.
1-1 I taken otl"of liquor taxation now in stock t.rotkt'l11LII: \ **re, lani|'s, d"eSl3m ARSTRACTmci' CO PAiY.
I liquid, so far as relief from silverware, cotta and pillows, furniture, -
.M f'r could make It, be made aa frsa as the baby-carriajtes, one piano .stool, a \large ;. OARY., M. D -1-11.
drink. Instead of fostering hit the ane4 bun" h nt emusleadlewne" Tool ,'
; water we water-filters and coolers.Cigar w. hant none
I ,_ h drunkenness be believed thai this method flrst-clasa range, f<>r vvu; ail 'barbs 1'ee.te 7l/f.I:1-ICE!: 70 JET TIIR F.t'T.S1
,' ( almost
by the box, in fact anything
t Pv- would' promote temperance. The rHYUCUN "!liD 1Il"'II.
need. 4febtdLatest : FItAZBIt?
you WHIQIIT A jJ -1-
be lea rile
liquid would, at any rate, i
: and leas drunk- Ito ma. Agacw A 04171 Block OCALA '
1:1. because lees adulterated : rl'J!: s !u, ,'... ..,, : :
PesucS vu .u, OCALA
disease, suflerlng and death t'.ylM! of silks, in all new shades" '" 1Mr'1 TperieneS. la ncwtd& Horse ,
.. ennew, p.m Diseases d3i).nSm
\, would result from its use. for evening; draw at )l. Fuhel's. 31j6t 81"" f


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i Semi-Tr pical Exp sition yy N 1

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-ThisExposition: incorporated under the law of the State of Florid, opened at -- t

q O ALA MARION l {TO( WIDA) JANUARY' 20t L '188 ,


,I This': cill b>*an Ixpo&ition of I'omologicjd.: Hoiticnltural{ and A ri'ulturalllwchlt'tM of Florida, and her !soils, timbers, wood: minerals! and live t stock, and In ndditiou, ( articles ar ut
and products of general interest from all States and eountiiie-! Entry i is open to the world for the display! of UH products. ;No ( large lily, t'lItl'it'l'Illll1' : pair': for the products, or ,
manufactures of Florida.
Tho United States: Experimental Station for impiovement and dr\"..\lopmciit of }pnulm-ts indigenous: to this! section"' has: been located continuous:\ to our e\,11sltion,] : giounds.ftjTWe \ tut(
invite exhibits of all descriptions, particularly' tho-c: pertaining: to the arts mi-ehanics ami .i>*riculture, guai-anteeinj unilbini!' couites y to all exhibitors.GFORGK .


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"'. WILSON, Pl'l' itlt'llt.)1.1. FOX. I Kiixt t Viee-1'rcsidcnt.; DK.{ II. KNIGHT I }(;) Second,l VU-u-'iesident, |
C.I'. CAMP15ELL' SH., (Jeneral Manage: C. S. MAYO, Treasurer.: ,1.l O. CLA It{Kit, Secietary.OF : I

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Ocala, Florida
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Paid Up Capital, Authorized Capital, .

$50,000., .;,. $150,000. CAPITAL STOCK. : ( )( ; ss OF' STOCK ,-

t:. "'.\ON.'V.I.r.. e I \,'. 'U.II.\.I.r.. SURPLUS, : ; and Low Prices
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McINTYS E, c_ IIi= ( lint-' >ntl<>iiAl Itauk.- ft;
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.SURPLUS$7,000.00 unite ttiiitfiictivn to tlt. N I
(IerurnlLHrkiui : buiiiHt lrtiii ) '; ) I.ISI- 1
One of the finest an.IIK.1 t 'l'lipp".1|< | [ I iKinkinir> IIDIUO.I the Male owned by the .
I Dank We have special| : t We will extent! every courte-y and favor, to our fti tomer t-onsistent with safe :
oankinjr,anti shall give !j-romptaml careful attention to all buine\ entrusted to us! -: { :
We so .t your UANK ACCOUNTandall business 'In our line, and WAR E, : N
guarantee entire satisfaction.
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Cl: I AS. KIIKINA U Kit.: { t'I'I: : '
Importers & TnidurH National Bank, Now York, N. Y.; J. I'KKLN'K: IIiiids) t i
outhern Bank of GeorgIa. Savannah.
t&: Special Correspondents in all important cities in the Went. I'--
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............................... ...... .,,, .., Fifteen Years :
, IN ALL RESPECTS.:= Epenence In England.
t'J:. =. :FIRST-CLASS. ...... .......................................................................................... CaU and leave orders. AU "
Electric bfttt; ;in nery room. II* wl cold bllhs. OJlflfMl14ItU< nmpte room for c.. Work Strictly first-class l -- r
; merci4l Traveler 9* rooms AVw brick hn'u* wi nna furniture anteed. Bath Tubs Water

i' Htft Water Boilers I ,
.. St ( r iii Fitting
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OCALA vj.- IIot i. Feb, 6,1889.-Miss Mag : '
gie Laleton I.akerJr, Fla; M inMun. O L'
roe. city ; MI H tokt'Jjbury, city ; 8. BresPey .
city ; J. IL Hallit'! city ; C.IV.:: ('' < J
bell!! city j W. L. Murphy, Baltlrnol.{ .' 'lUf-; : W
n..u.Itoss 'la. '. "
; J. *< Jack8OIl, Ain.< .; .h. o
Mtnnvllle, Fla.; J, C. Weaver, Ga.; W. II.: 1
W mon, Palatka, Fla.; D. II. MiKay. .
\ Boeton, ;Maw .;J. O. atth6".s. Citr, Fla.; r

;, MoNTEZttfA HOTEL, Feh. 5 John (H.
.h: Keynol l Kotne, (5 i t.; N. Harm, (ryMal enO
Ricer, Fla.; Dr. Knight, Helleview, Fla.; .
I.V.. Brantly, Macon, Ga; II. F. Nix,
ManiiBfield, Fla.: Charles \YVtmor, 1 l
Brooklyn, N Y.; George IMilr, Hrook- -
lyn, N. Y.; Laura DHilcr. Brooklyn, N. J
Y.; John II. SKlrn: Philadelphia, 1'a;
E Wetkn, New York ; II. H. Chambers and i
r wife, MW Nina Keep, and Minn II all)' 1
Ilickcon, Orange Lake, Fla.; Thomas" 1 IM- ....
nards, Poultney, Vt, hum-on C. Clmm-!
ler, I'alalka, Fla.; J. F. Reins. New York: ;
George S. Graves Citra, Fla; IIV..
Jones, :Martin Fla; G. W. Meant, K\m-; L '
ston, Fla.; E. J. Mayer, New York ; Jan. .
Norman, New York; F. C. Harrm, .\11II'\ o.c
1 ta, Ga.V.; \V Stowe, ol State PathFinder D
, ;" II. n. Stern tohimhu, !*, 01J; .,
D. Hoj-Vin-. J.(''lintnber, I B. It I{.Chambers --- -
" Oranjre hike, Fla.; O II. Edwards. ,
" Grahatnxille, Fla.; :Nextusl'fanuUiuant; ; >
N. II. KhodfH, HrKk8ville, Fla.; N. \V.
:i' a Hall, city ; It. K.: Wiles. Hawthorne, FI....; f
" W. It. Laws, Orange I \kw. Fla.; W. It. O r
'. Hancock ; C. W. Terrel.Anthony (1. .
( .. Our Regular corn pondence.l HH =
t Farm work has been somewhat retarded .
.' by the recent rains, but a* it is
: cleared up now the farmers will iota
rnem-e with renewed energy.
The prospects! are jrood for a fine ( )
cucumber -
crop.The O
tower IH heiug built on the new O ::::
Methodist church and when completeil\ --
will be an ornament to the building.

1 t Mr. anibe, of Montitello, Fla., hun
r recently arrived and IH located: one mile
from Anthony where lift will eltgage in k
farming this year with Mr. W. O. !Sliep- ,
herd. \
He,'. !Shoemaker, pastor of the :Methodist o
church. tilled very ably I. -
last Sunday morning and I evening We .-
hope IIIH laboisamonjt onr people willbucrowne 4 $ o f2

Ed Cnrnnch.iel, of Ocala, III|It'lit Sunday ,
in town. The attraction this way seems, o
to very rt'at.
Some of our enterprising citizens have t:
lately had some shade trees planted in o
front of their dwelling. 'Ilns u '''''1111'- -
thing all should do, and.. the time would c. )
not be far distant when I the r.t'tM'e1l11.1 ; <::':"'":J>
present a lovely appearaiue. -- -,
y, lion. A. P. Haskin left on the 2nd lust
for Tallahassee, to attend the extra session enffi
of the : ,.:
A. 11. GriHln, of laireka; a former resident I ( ::
.+ of Authony, was in our midst Mon 11"'A-TW- rA.l:6\vN..L' Tr

ar; -. .day. f :. LO 0 K :. FOIl I
The band. boys will give an entertain I I .2
menton the night of the 15th. It will I 2500. I $25.00. 1
conbixt 'j-ri in i pally All of Kthiopean attend.. farces ........................................,., ............ ..................... ...................M..................I i.. 5c
and Ijurlecqiies.} w ,jio may expect ---- -

] to hff\ ni'iht highly. enterlained. ...... -
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A. L. Strond l left for Tr.Ilaha-te on the ::::4 L. 'Ole( ) 'Pl f : IS.)1'IVOI.'l:: ) ( ) rl'\T': .. "' :::'" >

} 2nd inht., to lie nlinent for some I time.I'l'KKiN.. .......... Trpffn ..;........l................... .. .. ....... ........I......... ,. ........................ .......!............JAYS: .......ONLY-(.......................=;..!:...!...!..-.... c::: 3

;4 Long) silk nuts at M. Finhel's. [31jt( ] .- -

r The Ocala shooting' gallery' has )put in 'I'11e fiat in tho (field! New Soini-Tropicul addition to the City of Ocala AndcrKm'a new addition. -- -- ,
an electric linht adjoins the Semi-Tropical Exposition grounds. Three hundred lots now oll'ered at $-;i) each, for thirty nays ------------ 1

t; Many of the farmers of Maiicn county only.I The ]property i is elevated and o\'l.rlookH: the city. South street i is now being graded to tho protiert\ -THELARGEST -
i' were In town to-day attending the fruit. Tho proposed "duintny line," when completed, will add lilt per cent. to tho value of every! lot. Lots can bo r
+ R Growers' protective inet'tini paid for on the installment plan, if dc it.,1. No commissions" no agents ; buy direct from owner. The editorof

k Por tho It.\NNKU: will "select lots for'nttol.:; "(Jet in on tho ground lloor." Plat) can bo "seen at oflico/ of DeaIa News Depot O I [
; II. 1. Anderson or address 11. J lt. Anderhon, Lock Box lL'3, Ocala, Fla.
Or to c exchange+ for an 1I1'I"lltl grove, .
an extra line-hied stallion, four years old I
#. next May. Apply to J. (U-e, Cotton -. -0--- \
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1'lant.} }lagnolla '. ltXurcerj. Fair, Trade\ THE OCALA HOUSE. STOCK ,

, e The finest and best variety of orange
trees for the inonev, to be had of DEFIESFOUL ,
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4f bul Itelleview, }<'II\. WEATHER !

Two Unnlueu: for "Hnle Cheap Lowest Prices !
The of the
One has food 8-hnrnt \\eiVmthnTf: to N5011. the ml\iT t rt| '
At this nt1 ('t"') Wt tioii her tu it let tour K':'" iu the light. or Store: n Southern Florida.I.DODDJ.RAKL j
power boiler. Can lie iNiuulit low \1'-| dark of the lunouSnow -
ply at once.BlxlCoom..,... e ) !
t -- FloodsDon't -AXDUSSUUP.4 : : OCALA FLA r .
Renee and Iiot for SatoiMt .. .;, .
1m 31-88 1
I' half of lot :SI' CaU!well's addition IN AITOINTMKNTS TO ANY IN .
:'!' Don'tScare I:I) T1IIJ STATI'JRepainted : >
,:fir to Ocala ; one acre well hit in fruit betaand .
1 nice house of six rooms; t tine water ) i
:.<' Two loU in AontUwept. corner of lot ::1 U:.: ; I -- .
r, \arietyofuim nursery trees for sale 01 : FrightenUs. E. B.
A t 'j1 :31 : RICHARDSON
lot 33. Al'I'l.toHt'\.B.Ilt'lm. [ j P.M.] ,
Inside and Out .
.. Shoes have never been known Ilil Us. -THE_ ,
l cheap aA those at.M._ Fjshel's, [Uj6t: ]
: Finest
I' ::4.t AND Lhery in the
\ A tine line of drew glide for teal Rain HailDon't
gow ns t M. Fishel's. [31joi] -0-
I r, Don't forget the Home Minstrels, who Don'tRattle I..I<1II\(J KAL1JS STAULElm
I t' will present ('n the Opera (Houe ,loiulav I
I J night .* varied ana entcrtainim\ "bill Hurt I :

I' I.Eti. '. Encourage home talent and give them ht l a 31.38 (

3\ Us. Us.W'HUYY
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+ The Red Grocery, Magnolia Htreet IR.8. U. .t J. t.. PERINE,
the place to buy)our imntriee.
4 1\:: } L I [H}1C1Itl, ,11. ZiciiARiAn. Proprietor.} NxQoTr? -.:-.- I I -M It ENTI8TS- .
f 't ,' d:5: \o.'C'aw.e. our goods are worth ,.hat Wl' uk for Its.. the
i. =-- tUein 11o-('&u.. we are s lwlew ,rkl endJr.gltero most!luzunom D
. n.-V 'a The Qealal'lum. l Beater for .ur l'afilUu, Suhiry.wlw FORTYRMS, .Amr ro*: ;17 : : L M. TIU El{, MANAOER. equlprd lioth merahet7 dentj'mme of the 1 Da t ththe =.1or and Florid,t
the "lmoSba& trades w lih
ti stock
dl ne grofe.bnatlr.l Tte publle =ba1 117 nytt.d
r' iwa OCALA, FLORIUA. l &n
i New their
ROWELL.30 Wtrthat1L1' oft' In I'OOID 1 and 2 t
l :mnee, t1&. oiatlolJal d &n3m 8&uk Hull dfnc. (1e&1a 1'

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