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The Ocala banner

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Title:
The Ocala banner
Uniform Title:
Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title:
Ocala daily banner
Alternate Title:
Daily banner
Alternate Title:
Banner
Place of Publication:
Ocala Marion County Fla
Publisher:
The Banner Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
February 11, 1889
Publication Date:
Frequency:
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>]
weekly
regular
Language:
English

Subjects

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

Notes

Abstract:
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).
Funding:
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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OCALA FLA. FEBRUARY 11 1889. n I+
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VIE tLORlDA i ixri ix.i 1IO.\'AL AXD. SEtfLTROriCAL RX1'O iTION A ])IHTI UUII'HIn: 1'AUTV. FIllST CUT Ol' Till-: Sl:.1to1i CITY & COUNTYDIRECTORY \

-- -- -- Cut H Ticket Olttco. !
They will Visit OcaU. I .
Railroad tickets bought and sold! and

A party of distinguished gentlemen exchanged. Ma]*, .gtiides nnd schedules. CITY OMi ICERS, :
left' New York last )1011111for an extended free information cheerfully given. tll'or--Ilr 1'hlott. I'. I II

tour of the I South. They arrived .loll, l K. ll\s! .\ I'IJt. ('lcrk-N.I A. tlnl, ., i,'inry
Nashville Tuesday and ,..pelll'the day Office in Wellies'iewelry store, west side Manhal-t; K. Hall.,

I there. Thwy will visit Florida and Alabama oT square, Ocala, Fla. 8fel Ut coltw'IsrF.Anmtw4.rK:" \ | r.: .Il\ll""II.Me,( Ivor| )

returning home via New Orleans.Of '- Trt-amirvr-K./ R. Mtowilcn.rr 1
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course Ocala isxm the proposed" line To lintel \111. \' t.U'iit of rounrll-Wnu. ... I+unn.
of their observations.! The arty consists l4irtnrAldenueu-J. F.t'u'P.1V.kgnew: C
i I hereby offer a wager of fifty dollars J. T. ""l1t'"h'' '. John A. 1 KirwelL F. I U 111'1. !K.O.
{ of the following\ gentlemen : that no hotel( in the :state of Florida can Hmlth.\ t1. ('1111111111" I. Hrmin and W. U. )1 UrRllHll. 'I -
Andrew Carnegiea wealthy iron manufacturer ,
show number of
an equal or )greater arrivals
of I'eHlI\1 vI\nla. saw last summer Sanitary lnnHit4ir| \\' T. Kliu.:
ilt. than
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Olla registered guests ,\
L w ith four in hand, carrii-dj.Mr. Jas.G. the Montezitma since January 1st' 1S3!), COUNTY OFFICP.KS.Vuntjr .
r ( Jin-! KU-liHr l
Blaine Scotland.. 1''cJII&lbr.
through a
to date.! J. 1' I II.U I I., ('nlllll\.lt'rk HA. Miller ;
il. C. Clark, a wealthy iron manufac- Lessee lonl'Zl1ml1I0h.l, Ot'IIIFII\. xherltf-K! : T tttlllaueaAss.esnr

niter, of IVnnavlvania.Kdward -- -- J r. Mil I!h,.",..
t; t Smith, of I'hilaIt'iI'1ah'e.' :\1 a'lInlllUI'M'ry.. ('nllt"'I'I\ i Manmaun, "IU"4"

1'ri'Mdent of the Pennsylvania Railroad, The finest and best variety of orange Treasurer.' n|., rlnl.-in1i'iit, > I U "I'(Ira.rntllc ttl"truf'ttou-M. L.ratno. I r

now a director of the Ixiuuville and trees for the I least: inonev, to bo hail of Klemlnx'ton.
Nashville. J. %v. .\: F. It I WAITK., niinty' I niutnlolinirn-ll.' W. IflliB, W. I'.
Trat-tlmui. M.ll. Itnti. r.M. IVrrln. W. P. MilllHniM -
Thomas! Huller, of New York, a retie wSfebtd.! I Hflleview; Kla.Vnntei1 n",. U I I''
capitalist.. Tint ('sums.1'onnnl.slonen" nu'Ct the tint Mon- pull'
I lAigaii' :: Murrey, President' \ of the U. \ tilT In seer) month.School .
National Bank of New York formerly At the M'lui-Tropical Dining lIa1l, H.mr.1 K. K.; lUrrU' 'li. T. NVntlmaun,
) ynung .
M s. JI ss'r. A. U. .nrtin.' I'. L Inirlmw.fclii .
Pri'itident of the Kl'lItUl'kyatiol1 il lady to act as cashier. Apply at Chicago s>l lUmr.l/ nwt'lA Hint I<,lII.tll.111 C'\\'ryluollth. 1111COUNTY
\\fiVEXKlt (M-AIA, FLA. J.L\T.IJr: :.'11".1'\/ Hank at Louisville, Ky. Restaur uit. llfeb''t HOARD OK HEALTH.

Roswell 1'. Flower I a leading New --------- l'rt'"hlt'III--llr l .
AV 1\lit t'II...I in lal'lln h I('I 1' I' tinry.
York !banker and Democratic y. .
prominent .
TheI'ork U'OCN a S.'ircUryrapt. I KI.: / Kleharlwnl.Me0,1.'rs
BUDGET OF HOME NEWSC. HrAicly On and statesman, twice a candidate for A cook and chaimVrmain at the lakeside Dr. /D. A Smith. Anthony, !oI1""- ".
Glory Fills' the Moon.llrrbert the Presidency before the National Democratic Hotel at Uike Weir. Apply) at room M. H. Mier' 1111.11.| II. Irvin

? BITTINOER.rity ..:.11 tor. L. Anderson! 1-MQ.: assisted. l by Convention. 11, :\lajlIolilIIl1tt'\. sffbltWnnteil. 11OAKU OK TRADE.
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rrcnlilfiit K. Minn.I
II. H. -
all the laft.ltltIt'alt'tl l county nominees Porter, of New York, Pn-mdejit Vice l'rt'"Ilt'II\-II.| A. \\l'"II'n.
Y" don't you call on "Y" hj jeweler. on the nepublican ticket, are hard at of the Chicago A Eastern Illinois Rail H 'cr 'tiirTiu.. K< &. J
dSfebtd work taking testimony, behalf of Fred road. A little girl PJ or 14 years of ago can IWmrJ: of(i _
The sun Rhone h.dltl', for which we S. ioodrich.; of l p. I>I\lioi. also a lately dNa R. 1'. Wilson, brother of the former have\ good homo for attending baby \ LIIr.'lt:::: tin: ,suit J.) s II. W.itch Mi ig.tunh.lyj I A.
a>i'' led Republican\, iii"mi ift. for I I'ingress.< President of the K. T. V. & G. Railroad. and helpiuigarotuut the hoime. Inquireat
are all grateful._ The rear jard of :Mr. AinleisuiiViitlii-e, iM'' John t 11. IIIIIIHII, President the Richmond this! oilier.' 8feb2t BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION -

Weihe will Lave your Waterbury filled with ,'nlort'ofello"\ citizen.eager, I iV ))1111\111011) i-tfiii and the head of ,
Tho Northern Ohio :
watch paireL tIf.lISt.1 anxious and almost over run with a the linn of liuuan, :swami iV ( 'u., New Blanket mill at I'rt "1.1t'1I1 r II. \Vltnur.
__ York Cleveland t, burned I I yesterday. I Ixiss Vlre rrviMent K: in
bl1l'1ll1nldplirt' to Mr. (i.i.idrichVclaim largely inlereMed.also, coal andiron
Mr. J. M. Blair of Cincinnati and the we I-IU,4ttk), Insured' t for |80Uiu.Weihe I. "'cit'liiry Mini Tn'ssur'e' Uml Fox.IbHinlxl .
for otI cashier of the Bank of Ocala
former
Davis's":, are .)f any account when .placedon [sauna. is still lucre dfcltStd ,I.henN, I llroMii, M KUh l, A. f. iH-limi'Ht.l. i),
Blue ,
spent Sunday at Sprlllgf1. LNchirIs.Nnd K. A. 111111",1.OCALA .
j.> | The humorous "part of the Samuel Thomas, a wealthy iron manufacturer ------

Coburn, the Chicago Restaurant man. proceedings' il that to the >ptel.rintt| < : Hid I) of Pennsylvania' the lat'alloftllU Go see the )Indies: Watcrbury watch at RIFLES:
will contribute to-morrow of \'ou"ott' for Mr. Goodrich and fir" what "ThomuH"" I Iron Company\ ," of that I state. Weihe's. dfebstdGo < *|>mlni i A Nrwli.; '
1\ cage oj'oh- Flat I IcutciiKiit K. It. It.t 1111111'11.
sums to the 1>'('ml.1'rol'irslllhow. oflice.?" invariably they answer with treat J. D. Probst, a leading banker in New ------ 1 Second l.lrtitfiiani. I'. K. William
|romptneHS> anti assurance, that I.hat nly York, and a director ot the 1/oiuuvillr to !Sanders' and get a box of 5-cent Forty M'nllrn.FIRE.

I The new coacht'H! for the IS. S., 0. & (t.I indicates they have a double ,teel 'iMilteif, Nashville lUilroml.M. :. \ l. cigars: for 11.\ COMPANY. ; '

I have arrived and went I South on the quadrupled:. capped, conpenlied clinch to H. Smith, ol Ixmi.sville, Ky., First The Red Grocery, Magnolia strict. is Chief -T. D. I ilueNNter.F'utt'wauMNUrilc .

morning train. They are beauties. the interrogatoryesnah; I votes for Vice-President of the Ixmisville: tV Nanh- the place to buy vo'iir; groceries t'I.tt""I" lanl -Uiiim KlicliiHtirr.Volk.S .

Mr. (icKxIiich ; 1 votes (him into tit' oriole, villa Railway: l'VIllJII II., ZH11AIU.l'f'Oprit'Lor.. ,.,...II.I."ult l W II. MamlialLH .
Captain Johnson, of Kitwimmee, County dency, ebry time sure.. The laugh Lxslme Notion, ('resident of the dUdeclin: 1 rrHaryJ II. Mallftt.Twentylive .

Judge Orfceola iunty, is in the city comes in when it is remetnbtrrd that Louisville and Nashville I liailroad and -- --- iiu/mUT. '

visiting his father-in-law" Judge ortll'ro. Mr. G.'s political Rlpiratloll8t'rt' not head i>fa large banking huuu in New l'uw.1; ( jiotatia-s below cost!' at TUB: HOOK AND LADDER COMPANY. :

quite as elevated as the presidency. but York. IJKKU tffolUt \\ 8rt'l.r.ty I'n'NidentAhtaut Palmer.Korciimn t '
.
Our preachers held 1 forth to slim audiences the more humble aspiration" of havingthe ----- -\\ II > llcnti.Auil ..

yesterday owing; to the execrable distinction' of :M. C. following his Jaekbonvlllu'H Emu: |uent Actcptnncc. t'4.! Weihe does his own jewelry and .tani nii-mlwr\Vt-IU\ Itlrhanlwui.Twenty ,t. ,

state of the "dimnition moist" atmosphere. name. The bud thimr in the contest watch rl'palrinlo--_ __ dfcbsidR.
TULULA 1.0001NO.. 22: I. 0, O. K.IMiTlx'Mry ,
line will be Mr. Anderson's 2.V' alh- Ht(1lUlJh.H'H
an OFFICE. I IJACKSONVILLE K.: 'OXUI'TIlt': : ( .
} ( Ocala Plum- ( Turwlay evening.V. ) 1I.
Albcrtus I : Voit is i in town today, in davit.Mr.. FLA., Feb. V.I889. hers. Call and examine their line stock. \ \II. rhallle, NV I..

anticipation of making' a big land trade Fred S. Goodrich, the contestant. ieo. II' Wilson, Es'/., fmulrnt ofihr. Flue amt get good" \HlrL. at reasonable prices' \ M. rhlllii t *. Mrrftary..
with Mr. Day one of the millionaires of fora Heat in the National( HOUM of lieprenpntatives ill,. IiittTinilMHiit unit ....'mi.1'rQ/cul, Kf' d31dcclm All vlnilliiK brother. (..r<1IAllyl.II..I... |

the Wooden'Xut leg State. said. that some one in the petition, Owla, t'lvrid, OCALA CIIAI' nH NO. 13, K. A. M, ::1

---- contest will be a much disa|<|iointed DKAK I' Your Twenty-onc-meal ticket for i7 at the IMNIat'tlNplrr| No 1.It.\ | A. M. Cunvifatloimflrnt : 1
SIR ebtc-emed ,
Mr. M. Mos>s, the ex-merchant and man, but it will not be, Fred S. Goodrich, : favor under Chicago. 3tf() Moinlny innlit In every month.M .
date of the L'nd\ in .!t., extending au invitation I I w LUNO.' it. r. J
Blue We .
postmaster! of tile inii>in]>arable of DeLand.) shall nee. i
from \'ourJulu,1\ of directors to EPISCOPAL CHURCH.IUR. J. H. Jl'HUIII.I't't'f.tary. i
SprintrH, in now assisting! Ocala'nayup "
Hotel Arrivhln. the city otlicials of tne City of Jacksonville CHRISTIAN CHURCH.
)It>('arth '. '
John
Mr. .
grocer, ( It. WII.MKH, Rector.Pirtlcen .
to be \present at the kxponition; on4'laclsonvillu The Mwl.le' / >hold 1 i srlniol/ and MM'lalorvlvi'i
I { | riuiiilajr
------ OCALA HOVSK, Feb. i e>. 18S'" !>.-.'"'heriiiHii every Huti'Uy' At In:*) a. m., an.) 7 p,
The Phu-nix club will give a Herman rant J. 11. 1'alatka I day, February! 14th mid m., it"nJnr< H-nt tree Hun.lny school 1 : every sundry inurnliitf al AKHOW'I' bull :
Farringtoik Fia.
; 1. t.l.n aliio rt'arluiiK I nt ulKlit t at rt'KiiUr hour, mlraytr
night, in Snowden't. Hall, in join you in "ct..bliKhing a united Florida at 31> in., || Chamterlatnautwriuleuden 1 (.
Wednesilay 1 ugene F. :Sailer, Maine ; T. II Bishop, iiK'i'lliiK' every ttediimday 111 ht. Allan)
honor of the \initinn young ladien. It i Ma-t duly! received I and laid before f;IlVUfd
New York K. K. Butler Martin Fla.
will\ doubtless prove a very enjoyableevent. Mrs Ora \,;'. sparktnan, ; the city council, in regular fc-hsion on the. ..... ................... ... ............. .. .......................... PKESHYTEKIAN CHURCH.
City ; Henry I 5th i iiiMt.In .:. :. : ,,:
Marcotte, Dunnellon. Fla.; N" H. Frt-iK-h. Rev W., It. UorwAu>, 1'iutor.
A dozen -,teased l nonresident OWllel !!' New York ; (i. II. Greene Wimington reply I am directfd I to convey to. :::::::::::::: B..1 I : :::::: :::::::: HaU>ath nervier* ut I II I a. M, NIK) 7 r. ... l'Iuu'
N. C. E.I S. Jjiiimrr+ Wilmington N. C. you, and through you to the maiH.: ., ..... ... ........ ............ IE... ...... .. !Helmut alI\ :m A. M? Wednoiftay" "V IIIIK. lecture
of land at LeRoy came in this morningon : ; ; went of your Exposition j the earliest ami .... .. .... .. ..... ... .-...... .. 17:9(1.: ( nvaUfre*. The |>uMlu cordially\ lUTlUxt.TRAVELER'S .
the S. S. o. it (i. railroad delightedwith W. Moore, N C.; G. A. Howe, Marlow, cordial 1 congratulations of the City of j' j i
Mass Judge W. B. and Mrs. Hoke :
GUIDE
their posm-ssions, half the number ; Jacksonville! for the pluck and enterprice .. .
InMiisville Ky. Joseph W. Haiti. "
Sparks
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ladies. --
mlrl'lt1.: L. R. BrokHW di.splaved' by the succesHhil/ inauuTalioii I ,
; Anthony Fla. ol'un titution. that is IMPORTMTITgiTHEiLAlplES Schedule of the S. S, O. &, O. I K R.
Bu'k' oyter8 in any quantity at ( 0' OCALA HOME Fel. 10, liv >.-u. E. ]I
; burn B Chicago. TPfeta'irant. 3otf, Wulra\'t'nI'hila4\t'lpllia\ IV Gardner destined tl) .show to an admiring world Arrive from ll"m..."""' ........................*, &..% r. Dt.
Si/ .
---- -_ till vast reHoiirces. and I liinitlt-HM\ HdvaatagPHof '*''vexnl: for Iiunnellim.........,..._ 1I.tI'A.: at.Itt.llrIlIrIJl..t. .
t J C. E. (Conner and l Treasurer Savannah (is.; N. llunke.: (Heather our loved !State-Peerless. Florida. ......................................._ 6.ul P. r.
Secretary
j I IsUml.Mo.TK7.LiJ I. > ( ('ala for lli m< utiMaat... 0,30: r. M,
of the ButTnin lean! and'Trt Company, lu conclusion I am dim-led to inform
made visit .Sun : HOTEL: Feb. y, 18"t.-T.; that ]kind invitation for Jacksonville ........ ... ...... K. C,111'. I<. R. (Old Ire H. & N. Line.)
of Stanton, a d'in"" over you your
n.t'tl. R.
H. II.
Taylor, C. Doolittle F.W. .
,
day to wife and baby at Citronelle. in Brooks, B.V.. Marlin, l D. 11. Farmer, to be present on the day ......f-N-.i.O.: : : l..fi'I..r-C..i.E..i.;: ; : ...... Schedule.awNnicer .
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Citrus couuty. designated, was accepted: 1 by her NIli'M north (1.tllIt..I/I r. M.
County ; John S. Frarz, Fla. W. J. Orr, curjvor- i i i .1 i .. ...
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Mefrs. Coburn A Co.-will receive Va.; J. A. Carr. New York ; ; Kd: S. Hall, of ate the authorities thoughtful tti ith courtesy a high coupled appreciation with ......... ........ .. ........ .. ......:................:................... frtlJ1u Night: 1.IIIC"I'I"Ulb.. .. bound.. .................1,45. .iU P.A.M...

New York City L. O.Green, Albert Ie kOKTII Somas
on Wednesday, two hacks. and eight ; an abiding 'faith that splendid anllUJa.nrti'l."t
.
horeea which will I be need to meet the Fla.; Gwrge )IHlian, W. 11. Blenckly, your I'as.engerarrIve.In; .Oc ...m 9.07 a. M..11.10 t
will
undertaking ultimatelybe ... .
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I eehburg Fla. G-TV'. )Rho les Alexander r.'tt.
trains and taking ol'l to and from the ; Ill"Iith the ._._. .
: ('row success' that it HO ( :; PreUbl US A. *
Dickxon, Hoston Ma' I {
JExpositiiAi, grounds.! n.MOMTKZUMA richly deserves. : .. Canon Hull. xmlli bound...................._ 1.41 r. M. R
: HOTEL: Feb. 10. IKHy.-A. Fraternally and cordially : : : .TQ. i north U.mii'1........?..?..........? 1.41 r. r- .
Rev. F. A. Shearer and wife, of Col. Gibson, Delks lilutTs, Fla.; };. Edwards, K. HIUUIXS yours Recorder., I TO TUOSKWIin' Wnl'LIt LIKE: litCLVTOMKKH : JOHM tf. r.uia,

-" fax, Iowa" are in the city and about (irahamvillH, Fla.; !J. M. Rodeifer, Citra. By Wm. C. We-t. : .......... ............. .. -... t!I tIt I'p Tow D Tlcki-t AlCtmt.|
ante nik'e ttlrt uuuetrr, of
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at the Cnit-aga. They are looking Pure seed J .- ------ : ....tM........... ...4.....our................: ......it.......: .....-- : The N. S:R.R. Time Table.
Jtatoes LerHCOltt\ The I
for home and will locate with us if p\ at :
everything a meets tlteir approval, whichwe Seed Store. SfebGt) I'nradeot ( ho Homo ;Mini.rcU. :.':.:Housewives"".! : ...ut II IICIr If 11.

Promptly at l':3: < in. the Home :Min P--IK arrlr"112 (H' ''a..._..._ IN, r. ..
trust! will>*> the casesDon't Dr. II. L. Richardson; and wife of New .htrels took up thei/p. :line of March in i :::: :::::iHiiir! :!to:eke.luuhuteOf l i ? .our::::::::::: I II Freight:! .' ".. __............... 1\,116 tM A r.. at r..

fail to call and get an oyster fry York City, are stopping at the hotel front of the Oj'era House, followed by imisFsfocl" ] I .. .. .. .. .-Ttn-titnni.il..._.-._..111.06.. M.KOkTH .
at the Chicago. 30tf Marion, Silver Springs I'ark. The Doctor Colby's: Kx|"mition Band, a'1ll. {para.J"t l I E. CFOCERIES.I. I I
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anti bis wife were on their way to the around by Dunn's Park, up Magnolia . .. W'lTlD.PAMf.lIlCe. !
took down : Hut do not think rs rtrlivrr them w. tbcre- i f arnrw I lu (A'aia., ...? ............. 7.15 A. M.
Captain Jlichardson! a run south of Florida fur the benefit of their street, pat the: south side of the Npu'' e, announce lliilH'E i .. .. .. ... ......._I. JUP. ..
Saturday: night to his lovely inland HomoHasna health, and I stopped over at the Park to around, by the Monte/uma, Magn: "lia, 1' .. .. ... Vrc.cottat. ... .. .. ...-.. IIIII/ A. r..I .
posse.iMions! to pay Mrs. Captainand spend the Sabbath. They were HO much the JIJrlJ'ret J'f'" olhi-e' Uto the : 11 rLL DKLIVKR ALL (1Rnc12RFx'': .... . ..?.I!.1'1111LEAD\ a.. ..

young Captain It.: a short visit. To pleased\ with thw location of t tin I'ark, in First National Bank ai I then cfit.erM-" l. i i'roLo"u' eitr I
iiiiuiN .. Ui Ntrt of (lj":: :,::with
hear the genial Captain tell of the sjwrt a vast pine forest of many miles in ex Their naineH. run at follows Fred Ma o.i. ... .IU! | .

be bas hunting, fishing and oyster feast tt'nall a healthy place to reside and so I .... .. .. .. .. ... ........... .. .. ..
lug it is nol surprising{ that he is enraptured pleased were they with the attentiveand W. S. Wtlltlrlw.I'. IJ. Dunes, B. :M. Row- ......... "_ .. .. .... i w ,

with the: place. home comforts they received from b horn, t \\'. Martin J. B. Curdero ;;.;;.Our Grocery Department. I.::::: 1 '
l i. It. t .. ...................................... ...... ...........,:. ,.... LIN NEYER FOLLOW i I l
: Mr. D. K. Arnold the proprietor, and 1 Mrs. K. Davidson, Will W. Condon, A. W. :
Professor Streator: 8Mi Nted by Mrs. S. Beers, who makes you feel at home atom Itadding and ,... C. Miller. They : J..s t'wrVf nJ J. H. (Jd TM.. _d.. ,no Haar i ji I .....................- ..----
and Miss Zeigler, his assistant teacher, that made to rented line their fry ;; t. :iAi;: "i4kIZTT: i ) I
were busy all day Saturday arranging r, they arrangement a very -1'1''IHal16 in i. .;.......;.XXLELiPt...1...... ..... .. ..... ..........
\ Meek-at l'rlDl'e.b.rtlt
spend' several the Marion. The and nttractt-d a large .1 !
for school exhibits in the glinted j ....tlwalwat LecItD...... Mrt.KTK.NKWH; $$ AND...,...
,dlo llJ. space trust the Ikx'tor is rapidly improving. in'lux' 'health. crowd l of iuterextfi spec-mlo"*, who are I .. ........"..........
to Marion's public lie say he in having fine sport hunting ; their friends and vitally interested in the

teachers of every school in our county he can \rr seen daily seated on one of the hucvewt nut fchall and 1 will attend to- AjHousehold.. .. ;: Word !
will see that Ms. or her school is pro,.rr- proprietor's ponies with dog and gun, niytit's. rerforiuance. j jMM \ of Stock. .

ly represented in this school work dis hunting the game tha abound in the the lapel of t'.IchQ'II coat HMadorned i : == :: = ==:: = i j Val'icty(

play. __ nooda lie shoots his game (rum the w-ih a beautiful blushing rote J

Mr. A. C. Dibert, superintendent of the saddle and never returns without a bag I or a different hue, and the meuibent of !I BENJAMIN7&\.i\ : \; .
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South Carolina State prison will, make well filled. The Doctor and )1 n. Richardson the II. M. looked the perfect ',ictule with .

an exhibit of the work of that institution are greatly pleased with" Silver their little canes of the v rUble sons ofa : I I.: .! =HoodE&zKash.6l4 = y
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at the Semi-Tropicil 1, and it all coinea Springs Park a* a winter, residence. but tt cork artist. ...... ...... .- .
about by Mr. J. A. Ron*" endorsing <. Beanie Bell was color bearer and the jI
Wanted ; j I
circular of the fact that ,,'e are having an paradt a big aucceMi and ** trust the 1"--1-_ F. 3t&d. tUnd, hWJo ayttar., 0e&1a, Flaa

opportunity? our midst to make such a A ReBUonoL first clue hack driver Call at Chicago 21.: i I tide house order to-DiKht.HI be one
display.

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TIlE OCALA DAILY HAXXER.OCALA -IF'or WANT GOODS IN THE-
Pears at Long flange Hart's Ocklawaha lilt or Stoamern

4 y- ==- The following' i i- from a California Steamer Okeehumpkee, Ctapt. N. A.
: "'LA., FEBRUARY It, 18S9 paper i | tilt KfMllpriflfl itrogroph' : Ellwar41:1I: loaves I'alatkaforSilver Springs Drug-Lin e
-- --- -- -- -- ---- :Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, at Ilheinaner's
I.Ml Monday, FloridA, in and about I'ensacola,
I p. E. HARRIS, :r.niter. at trait, waR treated to a genuine, old-fa hloninownorm 9.30; a, 1)i., on arrival of train from St. -0-
Augustine; relurningleaves:Sliver; !Springsat
Snow Ml to the depth of two inches
9 a. m., after arrival of train from
FIND THEMIS
; and the inhabitants were ireniicd over the fall- THE PLACE TO
0 Ocala, etc, Tuesdays, Thursdays and
80ballln4 ] In everybody and
tn"'lljto.1' | by
''t the greater hilarity prevailed. Hero the thermometer Saturdays w8feb2m AT-

played aroUu cloud! flecked, the ky Hears were entertained of Silver; Springs and Ocklawaha River Special Sale DR. DELOUEST,
w H-rions damage to the orafiico crop, but we hope '
steamer Eureka, ( aj>tain Coons, !leaves -W&'o\T( \ SIDE rAR&-
the feaw were uufoiitided. for Giahamville after the arrival of the

If tin editor'nf the (5f t>'()1r"p" will morning train fi"m Ocala and returning ()('.\J.A I t I I I I FLORIDA

take! 1\ string and met-me the distance it i time for i>I"t'lIllt'rotll\ connect with 3m 31-83
; evening! train fir O'a'a1i' ; : miles-fare -OJ' -
taut the l belt iVimeola III'will
orange) to : : "
from Ocala and return, *1.50.( dKfeb2m
tiixl 1 that it i is :about a far a'it is -

zwlA..a.. "s.- Atlanta from the tried name point
--- -NOTICE, S. R. BIRDSEY & CO.
--- -- -- ---- hy the H.UIIO nhMUMMiuMit. The orange l

The veterans of the war are dying ofT growers knew nothing about the snow T8 L concern HEREBY, that OIVFN CO days TO after ALL liMIt WHOM publication IT MAY DRESS GOODS ILadles' I ,II

at the rate of l,000< a year at I'eimcola until they Raw accounts' oft hereof, and during the lieU reJu1ar' session or the
flplature ol the Mute of Florida, the FLORIDA I
in the n<*''' |IIl\pt'rM.| Dear Citroyraph' NTERNATIONAL A>U> SEMITROPICAL hXO -
White Caps" have maile their 01'pcarlLnl'H the fears wt're all imaginary and born 'ITION, of Ocala, Florida, a corporation organized Wholesale & Retail
ill Virginia. ) and exiling under the lam of said State.
away from home. will make application to the Legislature of said -DEALEK3 IN-
Plate In pursuance of the Constitution and laws
France and Germany\ covered with hereof, for the pannage{ of a l law authorizing laid
snow, while Holland is inundated with Jilt DUNN IN Tim: S S.-\Tg. corporation toisnue shares of its stock of a par
water. value of Ten dollars each.J. Fine Broadcloth l 1 l
O. r't.ARRR, GKO. WILSON, airoiMbiwicsOCALA \ C 1
Tlin HcHolutlnns he I n I rod u cod. her relary, I'retildent I
Mary Fiske, a well known New York febl1 GOd
TO ESTAHLIHIt I NATION IH', nASTU":, 60 inches
-- a wide
City dramatic writer, is dead -0-
WIIERLAH' In of the
consequence} prevalence
Thomas -M.-Nichol- ,- -of- the- Honest : "f a yellow revei rpiilemir In I I I > FLORIDA 3m 81-ttt

portions of our State during the j past> Lake SillcHotcl S 80c. 90c. and $1.
esterday year, many of the )lives of our best citi-
zen; were parrificcM': general proHtra-
lion of .,'busineKS financial depression snit Worth from SI.75 to S2.25 .
Miss' Nellio Gould is doHoribed as being great unHVrlng wan brought upon our -ATDI. -
a most lovely young \\M\y.\ She is the people, many of whom being compelled
sweet |possessor of f20,0 lU,<)XiO.( to flee from their homes, terrified, panic So. Lake Weir Fla.

stricken demoralized and in many in- ,
Tho Lake 'itv Citizen nays that Director !stances in a |>enileHH (condition and were AJJL'OOIJ
DePass) is making things move at the breed to endure )great hardship and pri- Sixteen miles !south: of Ocala: ; on
e
Experimental station. Mr. DelVi) Is a ation ; and whereas we, believing it to high bluff overlooking the wholeof FisfleI'sCan
hustler. thin great and of the
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object purpose Beautiful Lake. AVeir." COLORED HENRIETTA
(lovernmrnt and l its paramount duty to .
a Dan Thompson, colored, got on a bender 'renene, protect and defend the lives

last Saturday: and the police permitted mind property of its citizens Rain'oltort'i ) HACK MEETS ALL TRAINS. <1O inchos! wide,
him to tool 011'O'l'r in
Sunday ( n invasion: ; t therefore be it
the cooler. A'I tolvi'ib, tin of the State
!/ fsyitlaturf of l ht found onclof: the
Florida, That our :Senators; and KepreentatlveH o Fine IJoating, Sailing, Gunning
The Charleston AY;MM and Couritr in Congress) bo iiiHtructed to and 1 Fishing.i 55c.
thinks Mr. Harrison would do well to list every effort to procure the h paMaI'! of
i write'! to President Cleveland and request such a l law, and theadoption bv the that he leave his veto machine in (' of such measures, imludingleceiwary Worlli Sl.OO. ,
the White House. appropriations! for the e tabUhment Rates by Week or Month

4. of disinfecting! stations, as to apat
Rev Edward Everett Hale and others } rrd quarantine\ on thorm-tof Florida Addros, most desirable priced
have |iotitioii-d the Massachusetts: Legislature hit will t'lI..ctlla1Iprt''t'llt the impoita- Ct. 11:11. Taylor .
in furor of pensioning public ion to ourshores yellow fever or other >ln linger. )
C I ontagious or Infectious!! diseases! from Special Inducements in h
school teacher who may hart nerved -- -- -- --- --
; half a ('elltmv.Oovernor Vest'' India, South American, or othernfected Open All Year. Stock or Dry Goods
l ports, and that the the 1'I'n"

Church, of Dakota); had a tary of State furnish each nf our !Senators Our. and
rumpus with his 1 legislators' and threatens and Representatives with a certifiedopv ) : Clothing

+ to whip 1111 inl rttl"llllIt'r. Tho latter of this resolution. II. KAOLETOX, In tile CHr.d .

a retort bv asking Harrison to remove I'ROTII-rroS An."S I'A"I'En LA IIOU .Dealer' In.........
I 31 dec
tho Jovernor\ March( 4th, at 3 p.' in.R. OKAM.KS.WIIFKKS 4 mwatCImaQ
READ ESTATE. Shoe Department

H. Dudley, eoloied, of Americus, and lemons;in The the United tRt"l4l\8nnlll-of oranges) .
Ga., paid the I'resident-Klect I Harrison a dust is in its and -- -
rv, yet infancy, i is capa-'
visit! "Saturday and said he must not ignore bin of being made valuable, to its citizens ....Improved Unimproved........
his race in thedistribution'! of OftiCt'H
snit I of '
e in the South: as adviso.!, or the J,!. o. p. and I that rl'a'hinj'N the great) Riii large>eriority proportions| of this; LANDS. GROVES, ETC.

,l will biif-t. fruit over all others If like' kinfis a well -1- C. Rlieinaucr' -- -- ---
Htablished fact ; in order to cripple' this
Some' succulent statistics. art'that thereare nduHtrv! and check' the increase of homersludlin WKIH: PAItK:, KI.OIIIDA.
in the Chesapeake .r>7S,'_>i.MHX( O Mtiiroyards > immense importations\ of fldwlm !\ :E cr> I11) JVl J
of oyster |busts! yieliliiig about ID-) oreign oranges are annually made\ jut \
hl'forltht, domestic is ready for market [U 'sl]
0XXM) bushels of oysters annually, and ;
r distributing about *-:2,000,0lsamoiig50) ) ),- hat this foreign fruit M rushed upon our\
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,; 000 Pe hue., narket in an unripe, artificially Colored OKOKOK: : :\lcKA Y. JAS.- T. LANCASTER, A Complete Stock of
and unwholesome condition
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ARC IT EOT BUHJDRRtD '
For the supper' to bo served; at the inaugural tipntlv soltl as Florida, I/Miiwiatia ort I -
( ball in Washington there will be 'uliforma oranges) which are thereby} ? IO S AND EHTIMATta.Furnished : '
provided 'O.Ov.O: ) raw o\hters, 20MK: ( ) rendered uniHipular' hems in demand, LEAD!:Nil UKAI KSTATK DEALER. Gents' Furnishing
Btewe loPters, Kl.fXK) chicken croquette*. heirnlue greatly depressed\ and the on, Apl'lIcatl.m-
6,(000, sweetbread plates' IK Hi gallons! of xibliciis well as the American orsnceand -- -1-1OC.'I.A
terrapin snip, and other articles of food lemon' growers defrauded.) In older : : : : : : FLORIDA ,
in proportion. tn protect the American public from such Ornce-Ra+me ercz : : : Oraiuce ant SUth II&. Goods.

as well as to foster, enentlrageauraloprotect OCALA KLOUIt dlffl
I A speech by the Greek orator Hyper- a "alnlhll111,1 inn l.o3111-'t -
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idea \has been discovered at At ht'lnll. (' >a .ing) agrioultnral) industry from im- ---- -

Hyjrlden lived about 4111)) 15. C. It is a notations of inferior low priced labor KEADY: :31A)EI

Bugstiv" tact that the speech just >roduction ; tbeiefore... it SNOWDHX: A McFAKIANK, WEIHE
found refers to bribery in elections Retnlrfd. bn flu Lt'gMttiirf of the Matt of
There. were!/loAlt."II"/ lief iru Agamemnon Finn-la( That our Senators: and Ueprebentatues : -DKALE1W IN- CLOTHINGTailoring 1

: in the ('ongress) of the United ALL KINDS OF FURNITURE. -LEADS IN: 1HK--
I- Mr. <;n--I"ton---'i, ; Philadelphia States be requested, and they are hereby
who has large property interests! in instructed l, to use every erlo'rt to secure -- .
a{ Florida, not only has firm faith in the the passage of a law ini|>oMng a duty of THIY INVITE INSPECTION or THEIR CoMrtrrc '
; future of the State, but predicts great one dollar! |I't'r ttatuUnl Iwx of two STOCK AND Low 1'.lca. ffatiClocfeJcwclrjLINE c i c \\ c Department Unexcelled -
things in its sugar and rice interests. cubic feet on all foreign) oranges and 1m Sl rs ; In Fits and Prices.
Mr. I). will visit Ijouisiana and study lemons brought into the I'mtud !States, dec3llmI.:
their system of culture\ and their mill!. and to solicit the co-opt-ration" in this
matter of the Senators and Reprwentalives -
lly an oversight -of the White l House from the other orange< growing Palace 'its Store I It I. J. BROKAW
steward the wine gave out in the mid State of 1/iuisiaiia and. ('alifornllall" t< << < o c \

die of the recent dinner given by Piesi- that the Secretary, of State" l e re dent and Mrs. Cleveland to the Diplomatic to fuiuisb a (certified copy of this lesolu- !

Con. White House servants thin to each of our etiAtors and Repreongr ---0-. a Specialty.; TIIE.. MARION COUNTY NTJR.SERYMAX. .
were flying about Washington: at midnight seutalite I i 111 ('. I MM.Sherilf .

trying to secure enough.:; bottles to ---- --
repair the blunder. Williams turned over nine WHOLESALE -e(1 -1-I

-- ,- --- prisoners Saturday morning to Dutton Jk .
-( oc.tun ox WEST SIDE: or SQCARX)-
C'o.'s ageut.wliotook them to the .. OFFERS: TO THE PUBLIO A FIXE
Senatar fall Chandler U preparing to lurp en- -.\ 8mSJ.-! LINE
naval of tinefartua. Their names and termofsentemv OF :NURSERY
the surplus from, a point ---- ---- ------ STOCK-GRAPEVINES

ram View He has of a two bill steel providing harbor; for rams the years;run Charier as follow\ Darns: three Peter took years;three\Vm. Retail I Drugs : A 8rCULITY1 ; ,
construction ; W. W. CONDON'SNew
Smith: No. 1, three Will
not to exceed in cost flrOO.OiK' > each, years; Smith -1-
to.OUO.OiiO( ) by way of a No. 2, one year; 1'mery; Nelson l one year; -0-:
r; "starter/appropriate It i ili t'vi.ll'uthat William Is lUackhawk, one year, Fred Mason, \ Jewelry\ ) Store c1janlS2mDDft: AntbonYI|Fla.
old-time naval twenty years; Wiu. A. Stog., ten Yt'IUIi.11 -'LL"I 0"1I
anticipating tttherethe no John l oac'h .\ colored. Green Nudge made the Shines replete with everything
,a revivals ninth wan, all his lawyer reconsidered hU line. Call and examinefor .
to co.operatewlth h11Ii. their request to have him remain until I OILS, STATIONKIIY. TOILET yourself.1 LAND TITLES I I1 '
the State ,
Supreme Court rendered their AND-
Nebrask trill shortly enter upon the decision on a demand for a new trial. String for Musical Instruments. a --1-, : '
manulketur of beet root sugar on a FANCY ARTICLESIn Specialty.All {
the greatest sue Work on repair of Clock and watchesOuarentet THE BEACON
Dr &
scale which promises Parley has returned to Ocala and t. AD.utgpAB.rrRACT |
eeaa.. The German farmers are skilled' in re-opened his dental otHce Kduvated in Complete Stock I I0 IWBiairr Rhelnauer's Old Stand. I
and large
a
the raising of this subscribed vegetable, the the nchuoU of dentistry and uieilicine, dsoSi.tmTios cXntPANYf
sum has been to secure with A practical experienco more than I
the --- -1-I
production of the beet sugar in mar. thirty years In leading cities he feels r. OABY. )t. D ,
ket. The sail is i adapted to the culture warranted in &assuring the public of the We h&.11. Dn. but. the date brawls of:eiaareKeatisarten IS:1UE\PLA\ CE10QET THE
and It FA
is favorable, best rvice the profession can render. fr Wall Pap.r sal oMelaa ;:heels CISI t
tf JS&7enWwpected that a rejolutloainTiMPT I Diseases of the mouth and artificial' .nlCS" ass IVIoeIOJI. --:-I I IOrrica -
to place. I TBAZKU :
U about dentures A ,
r + a pecialty Offlce over FUhel's Boom. ACMW 4 OUJ'. Block, OCALA.
ThSUnoquwitfoaof the high quality I : :
store in
rear of Dr OCALA
Quy't Oflic How
J"nUQQuu t I I I OCALA Flit ''I JMl"I ewper1eaoe is nort4a.lUJaDIua ,
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befit warm
of root aup!. )jan."fi dler wtf ..a&mJI DI w1&A10.17-17 )
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OCALA MAH10X COUNTY! If FLORiDA J JANUARY 2 9th 188, ,Ii




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This will be an Exposition of 1'ouiolojjical, Horticultural ami Agricultural }product of Florida 1\1I11ht'I' roils, timbers. -woods, minerals ami 1 Hv and products of general internet from all States ami countries.!' Entry i is open} to the world for the display' of its p roducts.: No charge for entries nor : hpuro) for the, products' : Or
manufactures of Florida.
The United States Experimental Station for improvement+ and development}' of products 1 indigenous\ to this I section has! been located contiguous! to our opposition. grounds
WT'NVo+ invite exhibits of all d'-scriptum' *. particularly: those pertaining to the arts: mechanics' and! agriculture' guaranteeing uniform 'uurtc'l'Iy I to all exhibitors.J



CASH PREMIUM LIST, $3,500. .



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GEORGE W. WILSOX, Prescient. WM. I'OX. Fii.>t ViiM'rwldout.t. IIL> II. KNK5IIT" Sm>ml\ Picoi'residouti'
p. C. W. CAMPBELL. Sit., OfiuT.il Manager.: ( S. MAYO I Trwwurer.: I J. 0. CLAUKK, SWivtary
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Paid Up Capital, Authorized Capital, IN -

$150,000. CAPITAL STOCK s Onoo.O( ( )( COMMJJTliXISS() 01'' STOCK
$50,000. SURPLUS, 11,11 X1))1)
K.\V.AONKW: ,Pi-en.. \V..11.cOUcI1.'..1'rr.. .- Quality of Goods: and l Low 1'ricen.

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A. McINTY'RE: CAornEn.I : -( d'.>t tel Ytrwt'Natlou.t, \| | liank.- '

I Being now iUl1id in our new and tltg'nl Hunk building v SURPLUS $7,000.00 ,. ; to oll.
GmeralJ.lnki":1: tu#W"Iraa<;lerl. KxtJtangt bought and,&1.1.: -A COMPI.LTK: LINK:-
One of the fimt and IMJHI wvnpped) Kinking houses in the State" owned by the
bank. We have pedal facilities' for rnakindltM'tion.s on all accessible |>ointH.We -.OKHARDWARE-
will extend very rourtwy and favor tll our customers' insistent wHit safe(
oankln);.and shall give prompt and careful attention to all business! entrusted to us -IUAHI: ) OP ))lnI CTOHS.JSO. .:-- ,
We so l L.t your BANK ACCOUNTandallbuslness: In our line and
guarantee entire satisfaction. ,
.F. DUNN, f:. T. DIRM IUKI'!>"},
(;Ml AH.HHKINAUKU J.A. KINHTKIN.WM. : .
CORRESPONDENTS : HAUVKY: KNIOIIT 1. ANDKUSOK
Important' & Tr:ulersittI011:' ti Haiilc, "e\v York, N..Y.; J.C.1'IILI\E; I.. M. Til AYKK, .SasliJIoorsJilindsAT (
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outhern Bank of Georgia Savannah.' II. I) IcCOEJ.I4': )

t& Special Correspondents in all important cities in the West.
dec9 COKKESl'OMKJfTS {= { +

.Vu/Kmol 1'grk::Rank:Jo/T'A'iw. York. Marmot Anttf/nnl flunk: of Jl<*t + Jtn>tk: of fvnviHwih fjrurgvi A. E. DELOUST.
I I,1If1 .t-iLJ4'( Il'irtkirty OmjmnyntiirilU, AV.n..1Gil9 ,
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Experience In England. } .......... PIANOSMusical ;
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.IN. ALL RESPECTS=: Church

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,.:'t Btctrie belli in every rw /. U* *",l FJithi.: O>''''*>f* (W temple. room for Co- anteed. Bath Tubs Water Closets Basins, T >'"\ J.....
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Kraal Iroadtn. 95 rwiu. New brick hone new furniture. .
Hot Water
Boilers
I Instruments !
Steam) Fitting and Pipes of all kind.

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BANNER.
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Biz Months, 2 -ft. : )
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Local Agents. ,
f E. I' Tha card. llcclilick; &1. W. PUll h n j
I Anthony, At. C. (Itenlrk Citra; and l J. II.
Douglas, SumrnerfleM, are authorized to
take Bubocriptiona and receipt for name. CJ w
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Brother Shafer says milk buaineiM is en( ;
not good thin wet weather.

Mr. and :Mrs. Nute Sparkman, 'of La. (

Conte, Citrus county, spent the Sabbath .
1, in OcaU. : / r '

Major Hoot was thrown from one of
his tine horses this afternoon and badly
but not seriously hurt. 4 o -

. ,''t; Mr. Spooner, of Citrus, brought in n .
{ turnip which intnimirertiiinuandnnc-half L t tV
Inches in diameter and another over :
f' eight inchcH.
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i Welborn, of Atlanta, Ua., arrived last
: evening and will upend the winter with
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:*.' their parents' :Mr. and :Mrs. Whaley. o L

Ii:, J. 0. Clarke; the up;-and down all the
year around secretary of the SemiTropical
Rays he is Belting! more letter*,*asking! OO C.r-: : ,
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1 all about the big show, than dozen typewriters
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:Mr.V.. IJ Lahee, of Memphis, Tenn., ) >- ci
the day with Mr. L. I... Coburn, of :
j the Chicago HrHtuurant. Mr. I.. in inquest () r
t $ of a first clans investment. of land.t !.
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t Mrs. Davidson! of \VVst Point, UA., r--
and her little !gran.l: -daughter arrived HH
Saturday night. She will upend) the winter =
with her two nona, n.O;. and I). };. Z _

k ,: Davidson! __

+. Mr. Curtis, the heavy weight, smiling)
.' auditor of the F. H. & N., took in de ciEIiJ
liirhtful lIoll1oKl.tIW\over Nirulay. Mr. C.
R said HomoHasHA was all right) but the

I Jlell weather\t1onK.clerk was all wrong; in his dmMr. / # O


W. I). W"lIeror"ho owns props
erty in this and Citrus county, brought
1'd from his latter grove this tnormg a magnificent t ------.J
it bunch of fine, gloriously\ golden :::
r' colored grape iruit. It illapPcRr in the

Citrus attention.county exhibits and will attractgreat VJp. O) c-::: :>

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There was no sacred concert Sunday ; r.
,, by Colb>'!! ExiMiHition bl&lulowlllil10 the o f23O
extreme tendency of the clouds to -
weep copiously all day long. The earth
pained much moisture, but the hun -
r ureds of people who desired to drink in
the sweet! harmony of sacred ,sounds, lost .
a most. delightful musical l treat. 1

Captain Willard resident agent), of the t o:::) ) :

Houiosawa Land Company. wan in town
to-day lie is not only ill Denial gentleman (en)
but all who know him and have ?Sr
enjo>.edthe bounteous hospitality of his ,
hotel, say that he keeps the best table of -'

any hostelry! in the Ktate. Besides being .. .... ..... .' '. "- "' ''

a procession hotel prince in that and Jillt'at the, as head a practical of the !f.A .TOW. LOT 'l"'M A TOWN= LOT

joker, he crows over the world.Arlior ,
LOOK -
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I/ay. FOIl 1 j FOH i HHO

I 2500. I $25.00.

On the night) of the 14th, at the Operas ......................................... ..... .. .. .. ..................... .......................................i.. ) .
House, the Ocala Graded School will
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give an entertainment, the design oft ....... .. ... .. ..... zL- I
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which is the formation of \ colony twk- ::: ; rT ()I : : j' (yS..frN"i( :: I
OFFER IS OPEN I FOR ; THIRTY Y.1"{ T
Inc the the characters advantages are of mainly a new tress country and, .........IT11IS...................... .......... .............................. ...... ................... . .....................,.....................................................:............................ .-:..!...:......... t

+ flowers. personitled.! The tlramntia )>tr- --
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,omll/are as follows:
..,........Minn "Hell I
Flora, tie founder of the ctiolouy.
i Uaks. Situ l.uunul The first in the field New Semi-Tropical addition to the City of Ocala I Anderson's new addition
line..:Kthel.liervge htrr Hliutj it>rUrange adjoins the Senli-'Cropical Exposition! grounds. Three hundred lots now ottered at $::5? each: for thirty days .
r > ..Un llullorkFerainxinuu only. The property is elevated and overlooks the city. South street is now being graded to the property. --TIIEDoaIa -
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XlortK..o............tauwlr.A1I..r"UI liaukiKonci The proposed "dummy line,'.' when completed will :add<< lull per cent to the value of every lot. Lots can be<

: Inters...:....?.........................I'e\l'II-h''I..... ..........)..ulrU...td.ll:' tout('haow IK>). I paid I for on the installment I plan, if leSir('l!. No commissions, no agents ; buy"direct from owner. The editor; News I !rI
I Mocking Llnl....................... Twelve little gtrb of the UANNEK will select lots for llon-l'l idl'ntl'"Ud in on the ground lloor. Plat can be seen at office of Depot
A 'pies............ ........................Ten girlI. and ts')'st |. II. L. Anderson\ ) or address 11. Anderson, Lock Box 125:? Ocala, Fla. \
HlihT! rlir..................................... hulls Taylor
i Low TarrUI.................................... 1voltr' Taylor I

.. "l...WIIlUl.'f".l'h... .. ....... .. .. ..................."....idrU.. and Ten! buys boil ---- -_ i
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; FlowTiii.. .. ..Twuitj-ftgUt uirl and b.>lM

y Pwevlgum Hickory i..s.:::::::::::.::::::::::::::.:::: : :: : .Joe: rh Smith WfMuncbauMMi Fair THE OCALA HOUSE.The LARGEST STOCK
g. .......................... ...... Ralph) l llirvlM-y. Trade\\ .
Holly:.........-.............i.............. ... .\\lilts \\lUUII
I. UKhlnj{ yes TraJUloui f Mora ..I.riuudruonCw ) DEFIES
.. ... Ita.lgerl'atttotw. I -ALowest !
: ....:.:...:.:.::::..:..:::::::::::.: .:':::i- ti6 Imille I I--
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Clio..!...::......:::.. : .: : :..... .: .:. l WtlUaiiii FOUL WEATHER !
\outb........ le'ualatchbptrttof !
l+ptrllof; louuCaUiof .... ...... Prices !
Indian Tril w.. .. ... :Nellie I>liuiu
Florence CtxnikMltililt Leading Hotel of the
,;. IA'sqtr.::::::::::::::::::::::: ::::::": t : ) !rborupiion.Atiu'w 11 r:don't: hair tut to welch the vri'mhr in the n'I Unlit'i1s.N .ur- City.A."D Of any Store:ln Nltherl1 FlortJA, i .
........ Toage r inn't 1 1 to ttlettour gulls _
', Lime Fatlh..o...!'.:Labor...... ..::::::':.:::::::::.:.::::::..::::Mar,'' Ke AluUr"The rtouM' dirk of the WuouSnow I. TODD ISRAEL-;--,

., Queen Illicit Ja'It............ .' ."........ JUli. WIlt'rwln1'itltl Floods : : OCALA, FLA

lX'a, 'l'r&dltlou a..........01.....stls......ertprtug.... .... .....'..and....Ma' Allrt'oS 8m 11-88

< Colony" wai written three year* Don't Don't UNSURPASSED IN AI'POISTMEN'TS TO ANY IN TIlE STATE!
ago for the Lake Weir school. I'rof
fctreator::'? has ro-", rlttt'u it, introducing: .
t several flew characters. Scare FrightenUs. I E. B.
The music for the opening ,song. was RICHARDSON,
composed by )1r l' ll.l'r and tier vocal
ti class ijfor; the closing soul by I'rof. liar- Us. Repainted I Inside and Out'! -TILEI''Itleyt _

i through the i-ourte' y "f the !U ard of -A." Livery in the City HLEADING 4
Directors' the Exp>it'oii band will lw Rain Hail -0--
present and discourse sweet Uufil.

cordially The entertainment invited.l _is_tie, and all art' Don't Don't REFITTED THOROUGHLY WITH ELEGAK2 FURNITURE SALES STABLE


Let Weihe Bloc, >'OU the new llfeltdfllxIloom Water- Rattle Hurt 1 1m si-M

xa ',,' bury. ,_

E v, llouse and lot for bale.
BEAUTIFUL OWNS CROQUET tGROUNDS
"c' Last b.lfoflo\, Cal.iwelPi addition Us. Us. AND DRS. G. H. & J. C. PERINE
,
a well *a in fruit trees
acre ,
f '' and to Ocala nice;house one of liS: rootus; due water, W""HUYY NNQOTT ? --I Resident Dentists.

Two loU in southwest curlier of lot 3i: ; Bresttse OUT KU are '\,orta what we ak brt.11l'1Uo MERCHANTS' NATIONAL BANK BCILDI5O f
,or ties nursery W for sale on ec&u>* w. .!. allU.1 low prtes4 and OCALA rURIDA.All > ,
{ 1ot33.variety Apply to UfV.B.Helm. [51jl.'t] p.oj"'-are ea( r tort baivalni. Nothing MOM FOR Tza tsJ.\rrLTGTo :: : : : L. M. THAYER, M&SAGLA.ocAt.A branrbM of
We crowd that irad4 wllh dentistry. Teeth
Ete'5tt.d. koou Clowned with filled and
fertilie6tebtii FLORIDA. porcelain
A Clark's bob grade : Uk. Anlflrlaltrtf from or fold
"WiUlam ROWELL. one loot h
to
btrtcUy flnt-claii d.ntl a full set.
MT. at tbe Suet! Store. 1mJ1Y! ry at moil.rat.price
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