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
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Place of Publication:
Ocala Marion County Fla
The Banner Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
February 12, 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 ( Place of Publication )


Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 17, no. 12 (Aug. 25, 1883)-
Numbering Peculiarities:
Issues for 1884 later called new ser. vol. 2.
General Note:
Editors: T.W. Harris, F.E. Harris, C.L. Bittinger.
General Note:
Description based on: New ser., vol. 2, no. 14 (Dec. 1, 1883).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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r ." I lmlTltZl'MA Htrrsl. Feb 11. 1889.-\V. I

-- -- 11. wnllaln"anol" wife, ('hl\1'anoo"l\' ": !

And Poor Piggy from Congo/ Yields i Tenn.; H. 11. Harro, Cotton Plant Fla.; CITY I
up the (1 host-A suit Story fur the Dr. W. n. Stewart Mel Stroud\ Anthony

KxiiiHltloii Oftielnls, Who Don Fla.; Chas. H. Bahr, (11.\ Marks, (Maynr-1)r.1'hnll'h'rk.IA.. linluN." I1.k teary i

the Usual Sign of (Jrlcf. I Savannah Ga.; C. H. pratt, Jacksonville Marshal-T:. 'Kail. I
I Fla.; H. W. Morton, l'l \1nt)..; T. M.1.Wllt'lIX ('oller'tor-Fg. u'\ <,ai1mm." I
r The numerous readers of the HANKER New York Mra.1'.ltGalloceay, Tressurer-It.A M'i\Nor--I> K: Mclver S

i are all familiar by, this tune with the Mrs. M. Burke, Memphis, Tenn.; Miss! 1'rlddeut: l of tVum-tl-Jno.K Cnuwdoti., .K. iMinn.
i history of the fiorcitiy wonder from the Bertha Osterhout, Oswego, N. Y.; K.Munson Ih"and of Al,h'nuns"'>nJ.. .'. ImK.:. \V. Agnew' t
rb, Ai land of Congo and the placing of the ( Isaac K. Munson Wallingford .1. T. 1-HiK'HMiT. John A. Rosen!. r. I. Knot K.O. i
smith |11.| \\' rlmmll.T'' I. Rios Mint \\'. U. Mar {
unique animal on exhibit at the Semi- Vt.; K. F. Taylor. Gainesville, Fla.; Isaac shall. ,
Tropical, We spoke| of the' long and Newman, Lewi Kenney. Mm. Creed" Sanitary ln"i>ilor W. T. Xh ?. .

IIIFt1l.R1.rrq't' i 4 tedious journey attending the conveyance It Idea, N. Y ; J.lalIlHl"1: Piiilndelphia: I COUNTY OFFICERS. /
; t of the greAt curiosity to our how, 1'1E.; M. Post Jacksonville! f 11h.ll.; County .11I.I l.-Hlt'h.r.1 MrConatbT.Counly \
and the powerful drawing card Mr. Co- Clerk H. A. MiUcr.Sherllf .
I (t'lJnkl'allllhIAA", FIIW.; H. llavron, .: K: T wllllsnuta'.VNCr ;,
burn, assured us it would prove to the Floral Citv, Fla. -J. r. Mmhewii.

I Ex position. OCAI.A Ilo ;sit, Feb. :11.-.\. 1 Williard, C'',,\\11.,, 11. T l' Nrtuifttui, (:iliasuierinicnd.nt .
I The announcement of the fact \\'j\m.\ '
Homi.8H.HKi, Fla. D. C. Mc.Millcn.1 Chattanooga
| of I'uMtr\ \ liiHtfiictloil
awakened great curiosity i t and hundreds Tenn.; John Ixiwe, London ; I n'l I KlfinliiKioii.
from city anti Iwyund assured this reporter M. Hurnley, New York ; Miss' Kato Lyle, ( iiiniy I'oiiiintHMoiicrii-li. W. lontt l W. P.Trmidimn I.
lliat } M. II. F.5. IVrrln.V.. r. WHllainMin .
the ;xpo"ition'ou1.1 be ChattaiHHiga, Tenn.; Jesse Boring, Atlanta lion

visited if not for no other reason than to ( lC.; G. Hrigham, Winchester HitCouniy (.""lInl..ll'II. "' inl the firtt MonIHT .
feast their eyes pn Ill) uncommon an object Mass.; Sabel:: Jacksonville' Fla.; ('. W. In t"\,-r> month j J
I of interest.! Hut different (climate School leant. K: Hurt-In. !!. \\arlmatiu,
Peek New York John II.

I ; M.1 H MoM, A. K .riltln.I C. L ImrUir.Nh.xil I
new scenes &11.1 l unaccustomed sights' awant and Atlanta (ilW.. E. Helm
w fifer ; miiirl l meets tint Mon.Uy In rrt>ry month.
/'}' AT OCALA, FLA.. .JAXl'AKY. Ir.v'rr I1r'lIn l'niall1lol'it'tJ' of home folks' and wife, Philadelphia\.; COUNTY HOARD OF HEALTH. IV
a change): of diet, sadly missing the rich --. .- '
.. luna and juicy, savory rimmt of the Mr. Levi Kenney, of Ithaca;. \'., an rtfuliU'iit-Dr.(111'1.T.K.:l''.II.i KlrlmnlwMi.MomtxrnDr. ry.HfiTotnrjr ., 0'
BUDGET OF HOME NEWS The HOMi: M1XSTHKLS.: fertile plains of luxuriant Congo on old friend of Mr. J. O. Clarke, and Mr. H A. :omllh.lIlhulI)', Mi*.r .

.- ... ---- A Good Audieiifo--anlllCrt'lItah1t' which its tribe grew unmeruusand lusty Isaac II. Newman, of the Mine placer, are M. R. Mrrand H. II Irvln. \I
C. L. BITTING, ('lty-Kdltor.:-- -- 1'erfonnaiuT. --- Fun littles the with corpulence, tit object of desire to teats at the hltt'ZUIIIIlr.\ Ketinevin HOARD OF TKAUK.I'rcdMiMit .
Hour. appease' the ravenous uppetities of the an enthusiastic\ lover of !gun and, rod, -J K. I'nun
"Y" don't rail on'"Y'; the Blocs PrincexM\ and nobles of the Dark and has coots to make his" mark" in Vic l'rl'l"I..II&1I'Itl"t'' Km.Itoitnlnniovvriion ''.
jeweler.dfefebtd'n'isr'-n m.
This talented i hat d llIf doim-tcic burnt
I Continent" on state occasions or when that line together with ''Colonel' his i : A. I' Mmt, Jr., C. :Jllhelnaiu'r .
cork artists! did\ themselves great credit rejoicing and celebrating a great victory ; favorite dog. Jno. r" IMIIIII J. II l.lvlnn, .11. .A. 1.
Six States were represented on the last night in their p >rforinaiic-t> at theOpera and\ withal the sight of the' eagle: bird of ---.-- I''lllt'r. \\ III. Flea all.11'I. W. MOO.IJ.. 1

register of the Montezuma hotel) seater! House, and tlir iHr eaiidietuv. by the Andes, waxing fat and putting! on a 1laJnll1lJStrr"t'ry.. HUILD1NQ AND LOAN ASSOCIA-
day. their enthusiastic" e.nchor and lively slicker and shinier coat of feathers, for The finest and best variety of orange TION.

deinonMrations of approval, evinced the being in time land of the free, its notes att t trees for the least monev, to bo had of "rl'll"'lIt--C." ( \ VMlnmr.Vlii .
Go to Sander and get a box of 5-cent Appreciation of their acting. it greeted. the morning sun of freedom, J. W. .V F. I D.WAIIE) ,, iTml'Ifiit t.1: | li'loiufit.NtirUry .
cigars for t'l.' ___ The suave and handsome Ixiok k'l..r,[ lighting up a nation of liln-rty lovingsons wSfebtd. Hclleview Fla.Wantetl seed 1'rieaurcrHula'' Fox
lloHFil III |lirftnri' J. I. I.HIIOKntcr. lease ate
of the Merchants'I National flank Mr.Fred .
Mrs. J. hle\'e and Miss Millie Weis, of developed! a clearer and more pronounced 1.11t'"IO I. "'''WII1 Klulul, A, K. "IIIt..t,1| U. 1),
Mason! was interlocutor and occupied clarion Z"charllUlltll,1 l 1 K. A. nurlurd.OCALA l.
htaccato i
Ga. the of Mrs L. ring-so
are guests
Ottensosser.Pure that pedestal of distinction and hon wrought upon the depressed and ejected At the Semi-Tropical Dining) Hall voting RIFLES
or with all the inborn grace and ease! ofa spirits of )nor piggy as the cords of sweet lady to act HM ciuthier. pply at Chicago I'aplain-tied A. SAllh. I
seed potatoes below cost! at TUB IIts-long occnpHitt of the stage, and memory, were swept with the nnsurpaaed Hcehmrl\lIt. 11 M b"tWeihe F'Irat t I triiU-iiNiil! ,,1\\ MHVnnell.Stroiul \ .
I.lfiil.'imnt I' K.: WlIllalUlI.
looked and laal'l'M he ---- T -
SEED STORE. wSfebGtTallapoosa as pleaded does hand of" fund recollections," that Forty MoiuUTii.FIRE.
when his trial balance comes\ out o. k. on she 1 gave a lad long farewell grunt, laid is still here tifebStdJo
Ga., is desiriou to advertise the tint of each month without asecond -
down her curious closed her
", body, sky ( see the Indies\ Waterbury watch at fhU-f-T. l I' I Aiiciutrr.
.:.. in the Semi-Tropical" and are etlort. blue eyes, heaved. a sigh that snapped KoniiianMaurlcr Klielimuf
asking for space in wine. Geo. Van &'hop, the bones" of the improvised her heat string and died.! Weihe's. ----- --_-- dfebStd Klrnt (uwlMUnt-l
Caucasian Ethiopian combination Words fail us' to express our surprise. The Ked.Grocery( Maguoliastreet, Is HiiiitKl awtlitHntV II. MalU-tt.\, (i ."Ilt1't.'N.'I"fyJ '
Mr. Frank Gadson, one of our leading! and end man, rattled them' aaclnrpin the
dipi" >oiiitincnt and unleigned grief at place to buy your groceries. 1 wenty-Hve' int-mlx-n.!
colored citizens, is building a very nice rly and pot ,)tf his jokes as! Ilippantlyas piggv untimely taking! nIl and we record II. AC-HAKIAS, Proprietor HOOK AND LADDER COMI'ANY.I'n'ililrnt : ..
cottage; on 1st South street, near F. C. & he relates at Kowell's the. inerite to the sail and mournful calamity d 31declm -Aluaiu Palmer
P. Railroad track. his customers of the wares he "hells. His, with trembling hand 1 and 1I101"tl'lIclll'ye. .. -- -- -- Jo''r''III''IIII Menu. I
style was the latest! Congress ncat-tittin[ The departed Porcine! Princes of Yes, Weihe doe his" own jewelry and I AMlklanlV. lUchanlwii.Twenty .
Go and !! charming Mattie Anderson ) lufinUm.TULUUA .
and spring heel combination His watch repairing! dfeuHtd "
Congo : _
was decently interred and the .
i as LitteMnpgs: in that beautiful comedy, brother across the way, wa Pol rt>man chief LODGE NO. aa, I. O. O. F.
J "Mugg's Landing" at the Opera House, Barnett one of Ocala's faithful lhr. mourners\ 31hllt at the K.ceremony Cobtirn wl'rl'laJor'aml'ht'1 It. E.: YONGK: & C)., The Ocalti Plum (Me-l'l" \t'f'' TiimiUy evening.]

Friday and Saturday evenings. dians! of the |>sacs, who, if he tells the out of and in of who bers. 'all and examine their fine stock 1v'. II. rhallli.. \ *. N U.W. I.
truth, must. have been monkeying with respect) memory so great and get good work at reasonable prices M I'hlliiics'' |'', "NM-rrlary.
below The and desirable an exhibit, removed ttt) All .
Pure need potatoes coat at ,d31decltn vUllihK\ l.rullifnci.r.llally liiTllr 1
the end "of domestic min..trt'lcompany
"funny a
Seed Store. 6feUit; the Suckers of his suddenly from time Mini .spaceforever. OCALA CHAPTER NO. 13, R. A. M, '
among native
will wear the usual 30 days token of Twcnty-ono-meal ticket for 17, at I he lkala No 1:1.1A.: Y. Convocation r,
1'hapter. *
Mr. J. F. Boyer, near Waukahoota, state, Illinois, ere he inlisu-d! in our mourning. Sobbingly' } exclaim Ue- '
) we : Chicago. IKitf firm Monday night In every month.
was in town to-day to pay his taxes, but splendid home or olnization. lie WHHHS quiescat in |>ace. .. __ II. \\ (AIh". II. r. .
found Tax Collector absent making' his! much at home with the tamborri, EPISCOPAL CHURCH. J. H. "KHA/KR Hcirttary.CHRISTIAN.

county tour in that line of work. which he mani|>ulated as ilexteroiiHly l'i' 011 i er. CHURCH.
and he doesO'l. Bill, t Shu-llin hta. C. It. WII.MKH .
: Kcctor.Servlix'n
---- happily as! the l ple'Iplva! | hold tiiinday HchiMil. amid norlalMrvhci
Mr. George W. Wilson, the handsome when (ruyiiiK him on Im" i-xK-rt| insane All ex-Union Soldieis and Grand every Huixluy at ln-.iU" :: a. in., and 7 p every sundry tnornliiK at Agoew'e I, h
president of the Seuii Tropical, is at testimony i in the Green Ilolge l case Army men in Ocala and Marion county, m., lUnilard....*. scats frmt. Puinlny!" Hrhool slat rt'arhtiiK| at nluht. (: at regular ,hour, : llj
Jacksonville on business' connected with \Ve could K'o on almost. indefinitely who favor establishing a Post" in thiscitv at 3 p. m., W. II. t'hsmtcrlatliNu1.rbtendeut.| {ireltcrl,,nicflliiKevery\ >Ve liuHHlay nlxht. Allan

the enterprise, but is exited hack to- and descant on the individual merit of will ideas iiddresH\ Squire! U. C. ---
each member of the I llarter. ...... ................... ... .. ............ .. ......................'... PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.luv. '
day troul't.l1ut space crys' :. : ;.
Xatiomil_Hold Reporter of February halt, and we simply say that Hurt Hed-{ Let It tie on Time. .............. .:. I.. ,.. .:................ W. II. UOTWAI.I, l'.'tor.
8. "Iot.ath Nrrvlitti I II I "'
. at A M. ash 7 r. M. Sunday
hate Perdue hd. )11I1..rJolall (
Send 6th, contains: an advertisement and a notice of- ding dero., B. M. Kowbatham, 1'. H. Dukes(It.r- Is it not time for the railroa.ll'ollll'- .......... :::::::::::::J,.L......_. ..!..;.::.::...:::: ......... at K-hool 7.3" at-aUfrt 9.51: A \\udntwlay'. The |>ubll curUlalTRAVELER'S evening, 111'1"1 Iw.lurn""
our ; nies to give publicity, \ to the rates that .
Montezuma Hotel under its K. Davidson (i.V.. Martin andV.. S.Womlrow - -
of the acted their parts admirably., will prevail during the l'omolJlti'J\1, i i i GUIDE.

new management. The Colby: band, ..Ire'oa big crowd, an days ? Not wait 'till M day or two before ._A-_

The celebrated Seventy-first Rejri- it 'played. on the "square, and then musi the 'JOtli and I give the |>eople' no IMPORTANTtNjoTijici1. Schedule of the S. S. O. & 0. R R.
ment Hand of New York City is desirous rally introduced the minstrels. in the chance to know anything about it, as is : : : :

to come to Ocala, and is communicating half, when Prof. Pike and Will london i officers invariably hustle.Weihe the. l' IotlA.'t! the EllMIMitlon| Leave Arrive l
with Secretary Clark in regard to supplied' the music. at ..._ 5.u) r. w.
the matter. The costumes of t the end mien and I i leave l n M'ala for lloin l .ui.",* 6,110: r. M.

Mason, in his musical roll, and! the toilets will have your Walerhury} .....- ...... ....... ...... ..... ... ........ F. C. Tl P. R. R. (Old I'. R. &: N. Line.)
Mr. Jewell brother-in-law of Mr. S. R. at the "Ph icrnix Club" dan, were watch" repaired. dfebbtd : : Schedule.

Birdsey, ha purchased a very desirable Ierietily I excruelatlng. Hurt Reddiug'a: To the Citizens ofOcala.February ..J. ; .l; .. Night *M4-iiirr north l-mnd...._...10.4H e. M.NlKht .
lot Mr. Joseph Lancaster'snew met her-hubbard which floated most : : :: :
,,,'adjoining home, uj.on which he will build. gracefully in the wake, fairly awoke the \ lath is appointed 1 a* Jacksonville .. ....... ...... ...... .... ..... .. .. r..llCbt: iHUM-iitferwinlu.IxxiU'l.._1.41.It P.A.n.a.
at the
Mr. Lancaster made the sale. echoes in the audience. Semi-Tropical ; I : : \Jllt" )1\111..1

earnestly request that all stores, buildingsand !'awcullerarrive.! In! (k' ,1a .................9.07 A.. S.
Col. T. E. C. Brinl Meeting of State! Association.. dwellings be profusely decorated ....-.........11.10 r. M.
of Louisville, Ky., it on this occasion: and that every courtesy t LADIES; Freight" I ................... Lift s. a.
plow manufacturer The Florida State Bar Association willmeet : :i. : ::j: :;,'C! I
Steele House. He represented be shown to our honorable\ guest during Canon: IU1I. couth' toilful............ ...._ 1.41 r. M.
at the in Ocala, February :11) commencing; I their sojourn with T. I' I' .lrlfQrTEfgC' I north bound..........._............. 1.41 P. .r
andis us. GARY
Florida at the Louisville Exposition its session at 3 o'clock p. in. in the. Court I ) LIKE TO UK JOMMH. PMAZEB,

a warm friend of Col.! Eichelberger. House. The following programme has, I :Mayor. :. .;.._.................. I II Up Town Ticket A| ut.

Professor Johnson, the efficient and been announced by the Executive: Committee I Bulk' oysters in any quantity at Co- I It. .hu,.come..In.our. .notlro. .! ..that! .a..cumber of i The F. S.R.R. Time Table. .

capable principal of Howard Academy The annual: address, will be delivered! burn H Chicago tta'irant. 30tf( 1 :::::: Housewives.IM ". j ntrtM Nornr i
work in the Exposition ;
(colored), was hard at Chief Justice Haney and the meetingwill faMM-nxer arrive In tI.- ,1a.-o_ 1/A r, IL

' ( building of work Saturday done by ,his arranging. nool.for by }be opened by prayer, followed by Washington A Novel ivt., hej In A Paragraph. :::=:: :! airs to:take:advantage. :.of our..::::::::: I Ii rrel ;b& ,., .. ___._..._....._. 6.116 V (50 .r.. M.M.M .
a display the opening sesaiunaddressby the President SEISE"STOCK "OF _._.__..12.011., M.NOIITM .
of John W. Ashby! reviewing thepast Jacksonville. Fla. Yellow fever. News- i CMERIES.I. I |
Mr. P. C. Hull the popular clerk named 1 Kettle) white not . .. .. SOtrsD.Passenger .
\ Sumter county, made a flying visit to tht ) present and! future of the Associa. Caper this man time Mim I Itosina Patterson, : But do dot* think we' deliver them ; we there-I arrtvesln!, I OcaU..................... T.15 1 a. ...
tion. Then will follow the usual orderof '
metropolis of Marion to-day, and took in i .............. .........announce I that .. ; n-jur. M.
Ilotoie .,tal feff'r. Kettleasaiduuusnurse. rrettfht, .
the Exposition. Mr.( Hull sacs the high business, when a paper on the' past Howie ,gets well. Kettle frver.lioiv 1 "'1: WILL DKL1VKR ALL (IROCEkl88Iouyht : I ; .: :: ;: ::::::::::.::::::::lira 9.50 A.A. M.M. r

water mark has be-n reached in his sec- and present condition of Florida and its gets : ............. .. ... .... . I j ,
future 111 be read by some member of turns nurse. Kettle! get: well. ro'uj'iu "withPIIOMI'TNKHH
tion.The the organization. This 11 ill U succeededby Mrs. Hc..I"1 Patterson. 1\flI tie. I !..! .tart.of .,.. : I LEAD
---- j AM) UINI'ATCII' Il J
office enjoyed a pleasantvisit :
BASSER a on "The Conditions and ;
paper ... : I Ii
yesterday evening from Mr. Cronin, Needs of the legal Profession of Flori- PostiAA'ter Dozier wa 1 eel ing so badly l I WE ,
::: :
is visiting his uncle, to-day that he had to quit work and go i :: ; Oiir'Grocery "SpaSienJI--I : '
of Erie, Pa., who da ; then C\lDtfI a discussion\ of the home. I .. ...............-.....-....... =
Welsh of Welshton. Mr. : MEYER FOLLOW 1 :
, Capt. John II. question : Hhould the Lass of Floridabe ,
: In elI V' J J.; H. QA TEX. Hft'U no J-raite :
Cronin Is very much pleased with Ocala Codified ?" also the propAwitioniiIVlcat : Don't fail to call and get an oyster fry '' ..... .

w and Welshton. if any laws, Reforms, Alterations at the Chicago.: 30tf: j i; ...'jnrJe'x&'LuS'cKTIIU.-.-.f.--.-.-........:.........;;..:i...!.;..Li.. .I'AkiiTYI ...... .. ?. ...
and Amendment arc needed in Florida .1 IN ....
of China aJUKWt lCOJil* .
The'tddlnjl of the Emperor Mr W. B. Turby ville, one of the industrious i ....._-...::::::. .. : ::::_ .......
r will take place on the 4th of March The following members of the Ocala and Kucvehnful truckers, oft i AI Household : Word I

Thus, it will be seen the rulers of the bar have been appointed' as a committeeon t bparr' mad the UAKJUR office pleasant, .. ..............-.......;....... ..........- i
greatest Asiatic empire and of the arranpemenU and reception, viz : call today.Mr. I' : I i. Variety of Stock. 4

greatest American Republic tribulation enter upon the John Heardon, Richard.. )1({;<< Edwin -" 1.--.--i..-: .-..-j.-I........................... I
period of trouble and on H. A. Uurford, Hugh E Miller ". C. Eilward Wilson, M urWul, I Ij
same day. ._ ti. Bullock It. 1. Anderson. manager of minotrel troiij>., took in the j BENJAMIN ;j&i l FOX i
__ Spener,1V.; Home Minstrel,) last night from behind .--...- .....-........................ .... .........-..-... .
( of Oakhur O. T. Green and IS. F. ItolwrUcn.
the prince ,
and E.the C. Allen successful, general agent for the They will) look after the comfort of the tie "flaps" of thti stage, and pronouuctxlWanted. < i i i j =. Kood=&= Nash =

State of Florida, Tor the New \jrk Association while her*. The whole will I it a .uO.esri, 1.---..... ....-...... ...........-.............- ,
Life Assurance Company, joe conclude with a banquet with lion. W. ,

South Equitable to-day on business, and having in A, Hocker, of Letburg EDWARD, M tout muttr.j, A Gist claM hack driver. Call at Chicago I ==iI FJI== I Ir Jffurd'i Old stand Public Square, Ocala, Fl*.

beard of the high waters preTamn [) lUmtaurant 2t 1 ..._,___ 1414
that section, took hit "6n." with him. BecreUry.


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Hart's Ocklawaha lllvt-r BteamerH.
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-- Steamer Okeehtimpkee, Oapt.( X. A. Line-
OCALA, _FLAB FEHRUAltm, t8s9. taxation is something that cannot fMwanls. leaves Palatka for Silver"Springs \
ho l done away with under any system of Mondays Wetlnosdavs and! Fridays at

F. E. HARRIS, Edttor. government the etihjett must! always 9.30 A. m., on arrival train from St. -
command more less attention. Under h
vi or
i r Augustine; n-turninglea\esSliverSpring9 1 .. ., I
A governments and 1 for many centuries after arrival of train from
at 9
a. m.
all sorts of systems. have been
Ocala etc. Tuesdays. andSaturlays.
i devised, and today, in this country and w8feb2m IS AT
E in Europe, there is almost as much complaint -

a'wut the unequal and unjust assessment Delightful Excursions. Dally. DELOUEST

and collection of taxes an! there Silver Springs and Ol'kllwahlmver Special ,

was under the Homan Empire; or any of steamer Eureka,"('aptai n ('oon.IC'avt. R -\\'IT( Sins SQUARE.)
the go\t-rnuients of ancient times
for Orahamville after the arrival the
When tho income: tax was levied morning train from Ocala and returning : I I I : I 1 FLORIDA

the scripture MVIIIt thou riches. have in time for paw-enters to connect with
P C tugs Wall fulfilled fur under that law .OFLadles' 3m!
iIIf' evening train for Ocala ; 21i 5 milen-fare --- -
income," if nes-ors!' books all ovrthe from OI'nlland return, $1.50. d8feb2m
: country were to be believed, rapidly -- ---- ---

disappeared.! The law quickly made Dr. Paisley has returned to Ocala ant)

-- l>auHT.s: of millioiiaiis. reopened his dental office. Educated In BIRDSEY&CO.
A committee api'>oirlted, some few years the schools of and medicine .
A colored damsel of Athens threw her dentistry DRESS ,
1 legislature
? household Into ado by the of the State ofNew with a practical experience of more than
*' consternation Saturday York to examine and report uponthe \ in cities he feels -
thirty leading ,
night. She declared she had, religion .
tax laws of that State, and the operations warranted in the of the
4', and forthwith tore off her clothing, of collecting C taxes under the same beet service, .. the assuring profession public can render. & Retail
hurled chairs
around, turned the bed after a very exhaustive inquiry, reportedthat
Diseases of time mouth and artificial
4 upside down and performed+l many other oaths, administered In regard to --DEALERS INc ----
a specialty. Ottice over FI8hel'sstore
wonderful freaks, all the f time singing, the same, were absolutely of no etTeitexcept
{ in rear of Dr. Gary's office.
shoaling and pray! in if. It was!' pronounced to fill the State with liars and
t a genuine case of old-fashioned' !i erjurors.. And what was true of New jan29dlw Fine 1 &l Grocerie0
religion by many of her companions but York thu gentlemen composing: that c cc cs
the gentleman: for whom she was at work Committee claimed to be true ol( every A Compliment to lion Jno. P. Dunn

f chanced to pans hv and dispelled the illusion State( ( in the Union. They reported that The Tilflu' Union contains the following 60 and 45 Inches )
by raying "he! had stolen a pint of less than 15 per cent of the }personal compliment to our Senator :

his liquor. property[' of New York State, liable to Hon. John F, Dunn of Ocala, I ha leading figure I I I I FLORIDA3m
t -- oration, finds a place on the rolls of theRMt'lI8IJral,1 and will prove one of the ablest legislator! in the 80c. 90c. 31MAT
i In of not Senate Ills knowledge of law, finance and all ,
a recent interview Mr. Gladstone mortgages over percent matter of interest to *'lorldUrm, eminently nual-
declared that"by and through free trade" of the value is assessed. tiles him to represent one of the moat !flourUhing
wages had been largely advanced In Eng In referring, to this report in an address sections of the Stale Worth from 81.75

j land, and eJpref\Mt'd'the opinion that before a committee of the Ohio legisla -

higher wages would be the result in the : turt'1, : r.Tho!!. G.Hhcarman, oninvita- W., I). Turnley has returned to Clarksville *

United States of freer c'Omrnerciallnter. lion at its recent session said that in one Tenn.on urgent professional business

i wa course with the rest of the world "AR town III New York an auction !sale of .

long an America retains protection," he cattle, t behrogiugtnoDt n''lItlt.lllOunt.I I --- -

said, England I will be the foremost of ed to |.3oUOOhilt') the entire assessment ALL WOOL

commercial nation, but when America of property I of the whole town wait FisfleI's

r adopts free trady we must! take the HOC- only $2iJ,8": a sum very much less than
r ond place. England,I would gain immensely that obtained for ono cow. Lalm Side Hotel COLORED .

') i by free trade in America, hut Taxes on land are much more accurate (
America would gain MUll more." Hut and more nearly equal because land is a
what does GI II tont14 opinion amount fixture and cannot be spirited, away. 40 inches

to with a man who expectnollice/ under The as-ennor! can always find it. But it
Harrison? goes without/ the saying: that there is! l he: found\ onelof: the
considerable ground' and lofty lying So. Lake Weir Fla. 55c.

Duty of Circuit Judge*. about the value of the improvoiuents on ,

Section 13 article V of the same We may add here that there
the Conntitu-.
/ tion, thus defines an important| duty devolving 1M; always a mental reservation aivompanying Sixteen miles south of Ocala ; on assorted, Iselected and

upon Circuit Judges : tax oaths, so lying to lessen taxes high bluff overlooking the whole Worth 51.00.Special

Iii 1It'\'er counted nor consi'leied' I MS the of "Beautiful Lake ""t'ir."
p It .shall be the duty of the Circuit geuiiinu aititle.Of .

Courts to report to the Attorney-General personal taxes" in general In tho desirable

i;' at least thirty days before each session of Bam address, \m1i.. :S1it'aIlJHUll4uitl I II HACK MEETS ALL TRAINS. w priced
the Legislature: such defects in the lawsas
I It I U tobetakt-n foricraiited that eoimljeriiitf I II I
have l wen brought to their attention
; may
I any proportions for Hie aniKinlmviit! of the law
and I to suggest such amendihenta ot taxation', we approach the subject t'a''radicalmen Fine Boating Sailing, Gunningand Stock of -
or additional' Legislation as may IhHltnt I quwtlon which any : prac- Fishing. Dry Goods
lice! man would auk win'u a scheme of taxation
1! be deemed l necessary The Attorney- I. propounded or an I'XlMtlUI{ scli.-tno Is nought tMjjURtllleil w1u1D.I1.a"r
General shall reiiorttothe J.f'iiP4latl1rt1 are surely : lilt t'r"'tll'"I'!" "Cant Terms $2:50: per day. Reasonable Our Clothing
each Ht'lUIiolMUC I Legislation Ihe Iw! made to work niicceHkfully'" And it li to
may this Inquiry that we "UIII..t! address\! ourat-lvcH. in the City.
e deem advisable.A Rates by Week or Month.
If ) In human tXx.) >r epee I as applktl
:: ; : .
to in<| ) taxation Ii l olll I ..l, U tvrtaiuly lathe 4 m
fact that taxation of lemuual' property never Address,
Kind Word fur Marlon Shoe
ran lx made a MHCCM: 1 axei t-an be raked from
The following complimentary notico is f personal pro mertY, uoiltiulit for I large BUIIIH are Capt. 11: Jt. Taylor' ,
; they cannot U levle.1 with
. clipped from the Miami Valley Slur, pub- lulyreawnmableapproachtoameurat'yor I : equality ._ .Mnnaft'r.
fished l at West Chewier, Ohio: le oemoiiHtrated: not: only lij tone mm.lve rciutoii- -- ------
lug but by the more niiicluitUe fait that they Opon All Year.
l David pulse and Mrs. L. E. Avers' so never have teen thus levle.1 It I I. not for want WatcIIIlan
recently returned from Marion (county, or variant. emit long itiNUIntNl t-flort that tilt
Florida favorable busineas' (allure ot tliln: myettum oftaxatlonhaacouiu topaiia. '
report, ft \ trip For centurion; tllort linn tarn matte and for d Rliciiiauci' &
and speak highly of the beautiful scenery at leant six centuries U wan tacked by all thetowerola H. P. EAGLKTON,
that met their view A kind and pen- K"t'rnmenl which l'olllmallltthe. !

1 erous'! people was met so far at their wholeclvilliworld, and whU'li lum""IIt.llat.t : ........healer> In......., :
J gatherers; not with the paltry weapon of oath 3 B2 S J132I3S1
short stay world encont Citizens and iwualtk1, but with thu more ubt.tanllal'
there express a desire to have northern powers of liultsiTliiiliiaic. March 'he lash the REAL ESTATE. ]
people come them as visitors and rack, the thuiubwrvMr. thettrUlroii and lime' caws.Dien .
were flowed, brollud, wild Into slavery and -1-I
as actual settlers. They toX pft'M!! their rucitled, tooniHl| them to acnmnt for their lu-
-;. opinions that' Northern men, by, coining. visible vmif rty and: yet the more they weretortund ......?Improved aol, Unlmprnted. ........ SNOWIES & .\ Complete Stock of
:\ to Florida, would benefit not only themBelvcH the more they concealed I I The ltuwanempire **-DI VLCM IS-
fell to |pttres> under the vrvmmru of tlila
but would benefit the Floridiansas vain ellort lit teach |>er>onal |>ro)>vrtv b>' taxes I ,
well ; t therefore they say, come. Uon. Hit, name thing was( attetnpttrt| at a later ___ i ___ ALL KINDS OF : '
r-, Marion has Ilt'alltiful'pllo,,' r'eriod in dealing w ith the Jr>wi. It tailed with I FurnishingGoods.
county Ucm. 'Ihey could l Ill! rol"l>t-tl and murdi-rrd ; -:
pine timber, ana nice laing land as the but they I not be regularly taxed No WKIH I'AIIK, FI.OHIDA. I
1<, eye could desire to M(,( The writer can mount Url|*'r>i utioii' and torture suihcc to THEY IMVITR l INMPECTIOX: or TH
'. truthfully in opinion, there spume Information u to their wealth such an fldwlm STOCK AND Law
.. nay appearsto would lav the foundation of any uniform lax.
I be but one reason why Florida ...01111'I' \ That which all time: tiwueiidou power of Home, .
not be a second paradise to the farmer:; III its grandest day, failed to atvomplinh that
t the fear It too much sand Floridians which the infernal torture of Kpaln could nota0'cowpll.h GEORGE McKAY,
when bt-ht-adtd liundrvd'', buritettUoUkand
il Bay there is not. All semitropical fruits and niaw-at'n-d true of IhoUMHtidi, letting U) J\
: seem to do well there ; com amid oats is 11"wt a !brutal aoldlery In the vain struggle! ,
raised, but not for profit; sweet potato-. to tax the ..,..St-therlaiuU. American |>m>|>le aritlll

and! watermellons (tlourixh\ in abundance, :) ,apparent l t.y: diittrll'UtlUK)) :ui\lnced: blank I : that foniu.they admluUrterlUK can acconiUsli i i.I DESIGNS AND ESTIMATES

I t also all the common garden truck. The tong oaths a and thnateiilnc' p naltleiof ratty percent -FurnUhed on. A.l'plll'atlon- -LEAN IN THE-
\ winter crop, as they mil it, is now about How Tar they hate imccvvded, the pricnt
t Uo\cruor of Ohio liajt .et lorth In repcatoil, tnc- I -
., ready for use. A very extensive' semi- lasts a. the l Uoveruor of New York have for -
product of' Florida, is now on exhibition many can net forth In their I Their complaint I OrnCB-KnuDKXCE' : : : Orange and Sixth wOCALA
$ : : :: ,:: \Watc\l\ C1ock I 1
at Ocala, which in expected| to surpass I have become 1 ninudonomu hi their uniformity FLORICWHOLESALE \\ Department
Aolhln I *. Indeed ha been adJod to thetuiiiuf Unex-
: anything ever !gotten up in the State I Ins- knouleag oa this:I la)1 liit, niiu-r the ithu ant k- l.aSh SItPalace .
fore Heduced! rates on all railroads to talle-t r i'ortof A\ld A. wells 10 the \ew York In Fits and Prices.
4he exhibit leil( lmure: lu IsTJ in MUlch I the xi iit.ite sad uiany otheruteti wa luiulnoutly
net forth and it wan made cleat that taxes on per- LINE!

The old Merchants' National banking oral cfteientiyeoilectat property werv, nowhere equally aamtuted or g Dm Store 1 I. J. BROKAW

rooms in the Ocala House block are !being The result of time w lie pread maintenance of t ,
; 4 nicely renovated and divided olFlnto them taxes i* to till the land with h llan and (,er -
otncea. The front room will be used! by juron lu some State the rnulne of perjurj. -1- .
Lnuatlyetmutlneoi to the acM'mor*. who regularly
Thayer, HaSsley fc Go, whoare now the make returns w filch they know to U> falxi. but ---0--- Repairing a ) : MARION COUNTY NUR. '
agents of the Ocala Company, a* a real I cannot uiaktt true lu oi(teni, inch an Ohio, Vermont
estate office while the rear apartment and Conatwttcut. perjurr Uth Ui liw <>f -0- SER YAX.
the tax *>ert. Their w'rupulmusconstitutes, lu
will be utilized! for sample rooms by many cases, find a way of scare by otulttlmt. lu '
those who patronize\ the comforts and fact, to take the oath which they sign ; and they --LocATED ox WEST SIDB or } -1-
luxurlea of the Ocala House. are tunocent of everything except I)111)(. Ihe TO
delicately uilltOtft.\vomit one to UU for -AND- TilE PUBLIC A FINE LIKE
and where \. .
iKf' ----- them absolutely rtyulnd,
Mr. E. 11. Clark, of Tallahassee, U in a oonnlderaie notary certifies to the .... before NURSERY STOCK-ORAPE
It 1* takei. after which, taken Retai I Drugs 1 10
the city and stopping at the Montesumi. at alt Uit turveyiiiK the wtm.m e L.I.u however W. W. CON PINES A SPCIAUTY.AnthonyFU..
Mr. C.' is a foriter resident of Ocala, and one't faith In American iruthfuineiui' .U
< the railroad cheered, sod we entertain larger I for the -1-
complained companies (utureohumanit Font aulh.t. whenIhsblanks -: New\ Jewelry
and Exposition! otlicial. because aN dlUtfenlly circulated aud the oath .(DDaE.'i | .
: they don't place on sale Exposition tick. luilcted upon, the average mau will return tea if -A.LLKI( OF-111t1 _
'1 eta. lie said quite A number of Talla not fifteen the rent of UU InTlitible prutertylwhereas Shines replete with
la atweuctf of this '
Y, t<) piety
hawse people desired 1 to come to Ocala h. will return nothing at all 'this umchtii: OILS, ST.VTIOXHIIY TOILET his line. Call and ..
tQ tee the Hemi-Tropical, but could get proof of American reverence for the wens!' for yourself. TITLES I I1
exeUTion tickets. flea of the oath rvmlu.U one of the famous Yankee -Asn-
110 w bo hearing bU father accused of baring. String for Musical
falsely warranted* ouaUtyof a trite std forKS -1-i
Geo. A. Klenck, of Evansville\ Ind. rents, repliedo. old Luau would FANCY ARTICLES Specialty. I

";'s;,. who ha been' in Ocala for the {paat{ tell never eight l Mil'f'em a.l tie foe for ulucpeuoe a :dollar."' though bit would Guaranteed.All Work oa repair of dock BEACON & ADAilSjJARTTRACT )!

month taking a look at'variou* portions In Complete Stock I Rhalnauor's Old .
ot Marion County, with a view to local- Q'mo113m oonA. i i1

l, sag a number of his neighbors returned Everybody: you meet iuk' everybody -Owe -
borne to-day well planed with all he else: "Did you see the Sundayorldr'\\ rna OS. P. GARY V. D I
5- and an assurance that old Marion It contain an entire page, giving a splendid handle non bat time East brands of alpn l 2aOET
;% will saw,be enriched by bU\ deft by at lat description of the Ocala Company, a44aann, for Wall Paper and UaMIJWRIOIJT ola Seeds : THE FACTS .

A balfdoendesirabl" \ I u1
log citizens, watt photo tad the county
Boom, A Bloek
Her. Ben. Helm l ba returned to bU. ta lEeD..ral.. More onhi, subject PvtuQ&loau t t I s OC.u. ILA. Tw mty-wTta Ac ftai!thry's rtwrlcao : : OCAt.&ILocDi

flock In Stanford, Ky. morrow. tjaml DI-: tUJauhl

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Semi-Tropical Exposition 5 )


-This Exposition, incorporated under the laws of the State ol Florida! opened atS -- .

OCALA llJAHION S 1 C011I, FLORIDA Ii JANUARY 1 29t '1889, ..1


CLOSE MAY FIRST 1889. u xlut art



This will be an Exposition of Pomological, Horticultural and Agricultural }products of Florida and her soils, timbers, uoodx, minerals and i live .stock, and 1 addition article '
and products of general interest from all States and countries. Entry is open to the world for the dUplay of its. products. No charge for entries nor : "Hpace for the p rod nt:tH or
manufactures of Florida.
The United States Experimental Station for improvement and development of products indigenous to this section has been located 1 contiguous{ to our expos-It{ ion grounds.I"We .
: invite exhibits of all descriptions+ }particularly those pertaining to the arts, mechanics and agriculture, }guaranteeing, unifoim' courtesy to all exhibitort: *.

CASH PREMIUM LIST, $3,500. : I r t.'


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GEORGE "". WILSON, Pre ideut "'M. FOX First: Viee-PresidonU+ alt II. KNIGHT[ Second\ VicePresidentJ.
C. W. CA IPnELL. SU., General :Manager.\ G. S.1:\ A YO. Treasurer. 0. GLAKKK, Secretary.
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orne Filst National Bank Tlw 1 MCl1clmnts'' National Ban { 1 Anti II I --IOIIOllol THIvAND: --r IJrug 0 {


Ocala, Florida ===OF OCALA=== r'

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!w Y j I d Mi Iul SEED STORE l
-NO. 3815. '
., "_ a ry t ti -15'11.1. TAKK- l';
iw r .yj r.wMtir ( SUCCESSORS 1'0 THE: HANK r' OF OCALA. No Second
..--.n..."..e....... t Vik .. .. .. ... ....LM Place :1/

Paid Up Capital, r + Authorized Capital, -IN- ,J
y M. CAPITAL STOCK S oooo.o) C() IPtBTE' ESS 01'' STOCK '/
SURPLUS, :3,13iUUO t.
Qtulity of Good and Low
K.W.' AONEW,Pren i XV II.COl'CIIV.I'rr Price.1
4hN.N..N ..4 .. .. Y. 4B -, .. .........-..... .
Jxusl' neSx t Prr,ridiu. (;ooi>s ,i<)itmi: > ,
:. P. I>rMMrln ,:: '5rr1'rrdidn
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R. 1 H. MlCbNNKLUKeing ()J"IVr
7r.U-.l m-it II000r l to Kiwi N.tlnn.l H nk,>- '
tm SlWM
now tfUMuhtd in our nrw and rlfyatit Ilnnk building wt+ art jtrrparrd U guar. ,,r '
SURPLUS $7OOOOO: ardee xttiifartion to all. t .
General Ranking buiwu" f Irantnctsd. Krchanys boo ht and $ffdHOAItI ,: -A COMPLETE>> : : LINE:- ,
One of the finest anJ best Mul| |>|>t.l l Imnkin houses in the State! owned by the
bank..e have pecial facilitlm: bar making t'ollettionn on all accensibk IN)ints. -1'-
We will extend every l'ourtl'l'Ial1jl favor to nor ('twtonif! eonsiMent with wife
oankin.and shall dive. prompt arid careful att,Miti ni ti>all business! entrusted to us -: ) OF I>IHI:CTOUHJ ,:--
We eo L.t your BANK ACCOUNT: ndalibu.lness In our line, andguarantee HARDWARE,
( entire satisfaction.I
:\ F. DUNN, K.: P. DIRMUKF.8. -
Importers & Tnulers National Hank, \'awTork, >. Y.; J. C. PKRINE: IM.. THAYER: I Dool's\B1ill s
R. II. MrCONNKLLJ'ark : : HlOllq i
outhern Bank of Georgia Savannah.

t& Special Correspondents in all important cities in the West.THE : COWJRl'O."DE..TS'Il = = .-AT-
I \" imtJl '.n'Jnt)1/ :::Nt\l1 York. Mivmrt l lJttt.ml11 /?'m* of Rotttm.Sunk A. E.
',divm! / of Snninrtah Grfryiti.itnkiny DELOUST.C. .
l.r/fCilt' CvmjxHty, IsniitmUt, Ky. /milaa
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Main{ Street! Ocala, Flu.FRSTCLASS and Sanitary Knytneert

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King Avenue | .
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:Theu''f 6te of the City.:. ... Fifteen YearsExperience ,../. I'

...............N.L..w.w.w......... .......11.......... ............---..--.........-...-.....w....W i In England 0" }-- .'",OpposiU;ChurchWork E.:J 1 .' ;
o..,,,.....L'Y' ....IN.....................................M..................._...... all and Strictlr leave first-class orders. and Guar .L1' h J" -. AM r .. C ,-'
;;;: ptmm 1U, "mpl I"oomI for CaM 1'
.1I: brUa tin retry room. 11ut 1J",1 oGihu/u.; anteed. Bath Tabs Water Closets Basins T t
. 1.- %>.. We Arnae i-d one Jurnilun.I
-! MtNMl 7rafltkr. 9 5 room Hot Water Boiler J Musical Instrnmentslj! 1

Steam Fitting and Pipeof( all k In d. .

'.br.') I. P d!64 Lr+,I'M"" I. WI. U3ISJ) OCA LA I PId..
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Subscription Ratsa.A .
Per Annum, .. 00.
Pix Months, .. 2 2fI.
Three Months, 12'1. r--
Local nanner Agent. r'.J
E. P. Thatfard, Heddick; Ed. W. PUll h I J L I
Anthony, M. C. Renick, Citra; and J. I3.
Douglass,Sumrnerfield, are authorized to
take subscriptions receipt for same. W
Lookout for the-- Basket social.- ( ;

: All the livery men have agreed to "
. charge only ten c nt.8'a fare each way to enr ( .J
, .' the Exposition grounds. Coupon ticket' .
!: good on any buss
t P 1. -
I t Mrs. Dr. Paisley and Mrs B. F. Lyons,

are soliciting subscriptions on the five "
cents week installment o
I plan to purchase *
, l a lot on which to build a parson,
f"a e for their j a*tor.

The Y. P. $. C. K.: of the :Methodist :
'J church,will hold a Fancy Fair and Bazaarin _
a ft'w.t'eks.. The ladies, of thu r
\ church are earnestly requested to make
t. some antique ware and ouch like, a 8 the
young people are doin this fur the benefit L
of the new church o

t' Gus Jones kindly gave: the loan of his
elegant and stylish white bt'averith O _
-;', dark crushed strawberry silk band, to C ,
Kowbotham lat night,to fully setoff ............ -
the character of the dashing and inleiiHo =
admirer of the ladies (God bless 'em
foreverin his song oC" Iajor GiICcather."
Weir Park: Hem. oi r
Our Regular Correspondence. .
Major J. B. Briggs and family, of Hopkinsville l I n
Ky., and his neice, Misn Hall,
'. of Louisville, Ky., who have been stopping H
at the Chautauqua Hotel for see / _
era! weeks, left last Friday for Lake
f' April Worth. They will probably return in <

C_ )
,proprietor l ,
dent of Clarksville; Tenn., visited his :.f....
j- enter Mrs. 1J.: 1-lagleton this week. .. O I
J", Davis carries a large walking cane and /i .
the young ladies say if he will get him a
one- ; glass he will make a first-
t;, clans English .Iutlt': L .J
Rev J. C. Porter preached at the ChatiUuqua .
grounds Sunday forenoon.
a Her. Ben Helm, formerly of Ocala, but
now a resident of thuHlford, Ky., is on O)
the Lake thin week shaking hands with I
his many friends. He preached Sunday ='
forenoon at South Lake Weir, and in the 4 _. ,, O .l It
evening at time Chatauqua grounds. E:3:::::
Rev 5. M. Provence went to Leeaburg
r Saturday evening, where he preached 0cJ
two sermon Sunday and returned :Monday i i"\'L.
morning to hm school at Hood's .. "'"

r, ; Seminary.The Slewrs. Perine have leaned the 'f t U:::)

,:: Lakeside Hotel which is now open for C )
.f' the reception of !guests under the ably
: management of Mr. Taylor a caterer of / _
twelve years experience. .
Mrs. T. F. Wright, daughter of Con. I -
greusman Bullock, of Ocala, returned r-" ..
--- -- --- --- --- -- KHhH
't baturday: afternoon from a ten days visit .. ... .
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ft'I,' 1,'.. to Mrs.her father'W. T. Had and daughter, and A .T. W.l .T..j. I A TOWN .6TT : :
:fi. Miss Fritt, of l't'mLrokt'i Ky, are guests FOIl : LOOK : FOR )--(I _
of the ..
: '\ They will remain -
until s'!')riti. $25.00. I $25.00.TTHiSTFFKR I
6 I O
J), Minn.Mr.,and were Mrs here(muck Thursday anti Mr.and Willis enjoyed, of ...........M............................. ................ .. ................ ,,, .............."......................... \

k.- steamer an excursion around" the Lake on the ...... .... ... .. .. .. .....
Maggie. ffi

resident Mr. Thor of anil this ,place llarrimon.but now formerly of Murfreetboro a- .......:..:.......;......................(......................,......;.:.,.IS.........:..;..OI.,..,....MSN. i FOR.....'..'THnrnLJM, .............h....."...NLY1rTr"...."."........ _.1..!._::..... f.

Tenn., wait united in marriage: .-
'T to bliss Mat.ta Crockett at the Presby -
sedan church in Frankfo. t, Ky., on the
27th ult. Tom's many friends here ",1I'hbe The fir t 111 tll' field I New Semi-Tropical addition to the City of Ocala I Andel1'on's: new addition -- -- -

and hi. bride a smooth voyage\: adjoins the l'mi.'l'ropi( \l Exposition grounds. hundred lots now offered at $25 each, for thirty days
over life's sea. 0111). The prpt'rt) is elevated and overlooks the' city. South street is i now being graded to the property -THKLAR6EST --
Miss Maggie Kagleton left :Monday for Tho }proposed "dummy line," when compll'ted, will add 100 per cent to the value of every lot. Lots can be

John Ocala,F.where Dunn.she visits her sister, Mrs paid for on tlw iu'talluullt! plan, if dClirt'l1.:! X 0 conuni !:!iom no agents ; buy direct from owner. The editor Ocala i

Fxlit<>r Wallace t Hovall: spent Sunda)' of the BANNER will select lots for iton.residents. "( tjt; in on the ground floor." Plat can be seen at office of Jews Depot I

on the Lake. Wallace skirts| a "bee II. L. Anderson, or aiMress II. L. Anderson, Lock Box 125, Ocala, Fla. .
gum" hat and looks Hiiiaahiiig" HO tin
young ladieit say. -0-
Mr. Moore King' a nephew' of Captain
-t John 1.. Carney, who has resided\ on the
Lake Murfreesboro1'euu.the past vest, left, Wednesday.for his home at Fair Trade THE OCALA HOUSE. STOCK

Allen tutored, stole from Mr.
,. O. K. Campbell{f 25 Saturday afternoon, DEFIES ___ I ____ -AN1> --
w as arrested early Sunday morning b '
special detectives A. Morton and l'k FOUL WEATHER! Lowest Prices !
Gaskins. He was tried before Judge
Benson Monday morning,when he plead< \\.e ilon't: bees to witch the weather iv't|>ort The Leading Hotel of the City.V Of *nj feiorejm Southern Florid
guilty and \\1Ullicnt to the Ocala jail tawait \N a don't: urtto svl.ct our goods lu the Hutu. or -0..
the action of the criminal court tUrk of the> inoouSnow
The money waa recovered. I. DODD ISRAEL, : : OCALA, FLA ,ffj'
Weir Park is to have a telegrap Floods
office in a few days. ON DIT.MlMlC. I am 1108S


Don't, forget that Prof. Colby's Expolli--
tion hand plays every afternoon at the Scare FrightenUs. I ; E. B. RICHARDSON
Y. Exposition: building,from 2 to I 5 p. in. ,

Inside and ;! -THE-
Sachet \Valentine Us. Repainted Out

Our Sachet Valentine are a new d.. Finest Livery in the City
Darture from anything we have ever Rain Hail
,,,'; kept, being tilled with untried |*>r -0LEADIXn -
wl OCALA Xtw DDPOT. Don't Don't STABLE

fV-Let 1Veihe-show-you the uew Water- -are _.: :J I la 810M
: Mt'lstJ! Rattle Hurt tsi'teM.1;
: bury __--- __
house and Lot for 8a let.I .
Last half of lot :31, Caldwell'i; additionto Us. Us. DRS. G. H.&JCPERiNE
well set ln fruit treea ,
Ocala l on8 acre
and nice house of u x rooms; fllle water. W\VHIIYY NNQOTr ? --I I I J Resident Dentists.
of lot 3. iERCHASTS'
Two Iota In southwest corner BocAune our good aN worth whet we Mk tor NATIONAL Bag BUILDING
of tine nureery tree* for sale on thrnv. IVc.UM> w, are .lw.v s tow "rlo.l *o4twple <>OCALA FLORIDA ,
; lot rl! APg{ toUeBHelm.31jl2t] Utc crowd aN that**ftt&radee fur *ur wlU baryuut. Nothing MO|e FOR Taste AITLY TO : : : : L MCTHAYER, M.Ui4GU rHt'ned.All bnmrhM Roots or dentt.trr. Teeth feed f

4\ Clark1 high grade tall- OCALA. FLORIDA. -Ul. ArUAd&!crowned mkte from with ontilatn or COld an4
WUliam f3t south
'ROWELL.IJI An& to a full
akr1c'\11 IUI
I dent1luJ.. ee4
i sere at the. Seed dints.t ) SmSlU t TOOTH WWDMTHE II'IQ4I.n.> oderre pKcea.

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