The Ocala banner

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The Ocala banner
Uniform Title:
Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title:
Ocala daily banner
Alternate Title:
Daily banner
Alternate Title:
Place of Publication:
Ocala Marion County Fla
The Banner Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
February 16, 1889
Publication Date:
Weekly[<Jan. 3, 1890-Mar. 5, 1943>]
Weekly[ FORMER Aug. 25, 1883-Dec. 28, 1888]
Daily (except Sunday)[ FORMER Dec. 30, 1888-<Apr. 29, 1889>]


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


The Ocala Banner was founded in 1883 as a successor to the Ocala Banner-Iacon, itself the product of a merger between the East Florida Banner and the Florida Iacon. In 1890, the Ocala Banner became a daily. Over the years it bore alternate titles: the Banner, the Daily Banner, and the Ocala Daily Banner. Situated in rural Marion County, the Ocala Banner covered farming, business, and civic issues in Ocala, where the Freeze of 1895 had devastated the citrus industry and paved the way for diversified agriculture and the growth of tourism. The most important of the early editors of the Ocala Banner was Frank E. Harris, a veteran of the Confederate army, who ran the paper in the 1890s. Other editors included T.W. Harris, who had published several other newspapers in Ocala, and C.L. Bittinger, who before moving to Florida had served as a commander in the Grand Army of the Republic. In 1895, the Ocala Evening Star surfaced as a rival to the Ocala Banner. Beginning in 1897, it also appeared in a weekly edition, the Ocala Weekly Star. During an address to the Ocala Rotary Club, R.N. Dosh, editor of the Evening Star in the 1920s and 1930s, recalled that the “Star first saw the light of day in the press room of the Florida Baptist Witness”, founded in 1884 as the weekly press organ of the Florida Baptist Convention, a branch of the Southern Baptist Convention. Former competitors, the Ocala Evening Star and the Ocala Banner joined in 1943 to form the Ocala Star-Banner, which remains the daily newspaper of Marion County.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 17, no. 12 (Aug. 25, 1883)-
Numbering Peculiarities:
Issues for 1884 later called new ser. vol. 2.
General Note:
Editors: T.W. Harris, F.E. Harris, C.L. Bittinger.
General Note:
Description based on: New ser., vol. 2, no. 14 (Dec. 1, 1883).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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J8E:, LOniflA: :irXTEKXATlOXAL> .'../Jf1.TROJ>lc.ll. EXPOSITION ..Muiggs Landing."

t -- Mr. J. W. S-\I\l'.tt-r. the wule-awake A FLORIDA HOME.'n
manager of the Marion Opera| Hou ed.d
A good thing for the aiuiiM-ni'-nt 1evluglaotle
HV Mks..VMIM'I.AIk I ( : ;
| of Ocala when he engaged tho
11 Muggs landing lomedy I Company" to

r appear' before them anti present their [Thu following poem was: : read by the author at tho exercise:; .

I II II I comic strikingly,' play I Ut humorous night. and The i-ompany grotesquely is of tho Cliuutmiquu. at I.akt'"t'ir,j

II I I a good one and !gave a rousing 'performance Let mortals roam where e'er they will, a
to A large, appreciative t delighted .
i Neath skits chill
I audience tt hlltliIiIt'1I ached and eyes! Minnv or regions ; ;

watered with laughter, caused by their Sad IH their way or bright their path tw

terribly high!. up a< ling." Whither they frown or hither the' laugh. )
ll. f Hattie Anderson as Little Muggs.( .
t t Kvcr and anon, their word and thought, '
'/' tti} i1FFlFE1 (1 r t
,plan, urllil1ll' evirjdny, "go-as-yonplea -
..Mu/gs.'f! tlav"too into for anything Will stray and stank j of some Until) spot ; v C

;" as! full of mischief' A* an egg is Where ns wife or staid hour man. t

I olult'at, and sighingAnd dying for "pie," Lifo MTineit a joy where no Iln'JoC'l ran.lI'tl' .
for which she displayed! :in abnormulappetite.
I in the cool piazza shade I nit,

"- Frank 11. Doatiej\s"Asa, Beck, the r In dreaming: thought that quickly flit,
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I first water and kept' the house in a constant wish thin filtering JKMI. in hand",
roar of laughter bv his ludicou,
Cultic happy thought blend
: an a picture
absurd! and high styled! and extravagantmake
np. Of tny Florida home, 1\< \'il'tlm" send. '

(1'RSFll ,I\T (H ALA, U.A. ..1..1,1' h r "'t 1', I' The characters of Sojer Judson, Stuttering The "p.uklinjj waters of a lake so clear, .
I Joe and'I Shouting i Harder, were Sa\fe where queenly lillies proud rear. on a
I immense while the remainder of the
: li.ickward! flour the kisses of the lake, rude
l BUDGET OF HOME NEWS : Hotel Arrival troupe! made a creditable showing.
: __ We have neither time or spice: to Upstart the land, and shadow nuke.Huge .
i 'y't I -- (o viHUTU", Feb. 1.'>.-Ixl ward elaborate, but take our advice and go to live oak, whose mossv' drapery: gray, nnul
; L HITTIXc.EK (Ity E.lltor.: Carter, Miss Hattie nIt'r'lon.J.! II. Dear, the show all.llitionala't'rdlll'oll.
to-night, laugh RI"ll'lIt on *
Dancing woodbines clunli to kill
: : Theo. F..idwr, S. A. 1l'lIt"IIt'w! = York ; : away;
Go to Sanders' and, get a box ufncent '' Jaw Thomas I Lon,: poach., Mis.: n. Jones, _| And towering high in legal prideMagnolias .
for ---- ----
1 i\\ .\tlalltaOa.; K.: :M. I'o'ter. >bMi.: W. The Wiirlil" Known Gaud Paper : : show white blooms open wide.'

t Don't forget "Miigcs__.__Ian, ;:" tonight, j Alexander, fitra, Fla: 'Mi.* M K. When it Seen tl.t Follow the undulations the laud, t,
**- i Parker.pnn>rfi.-ld. W. Va,; T. I'. Criteh-
Dr. R. D.) Fuller has returned from A tun, wife and child I'U; J. L'. Williams, t :Sunday's :N.< .w- York World hadthe l See our wine pia//aed cottage stand.

\ successful business trip to Brooksvitlc! Savannah, (ia.; Mrs (ieo, N. Vital, City following" to sax of the BINNEK : Around me ilmurs of Southern clime, s
Jamef ) John. Till 'K'ALA Ihs rRI" H very llvockly |paler| .
Island, 11 Barncr, Bonton
Mr. t". Kufus: Waterman, the (Ocala which hi Ut'ii i-i.tHblNli Hl for neatly, twent)- butterflies! scent pressed fur time,
:MassTlios.: I. (iiion, South lake "'eir, lii'ani and ia vlKoroni, Mrong and lotlnetitlal.
I I clothier went to Jacksonville this So quick they fly from rowto lime.
morn Flay; H. L.: Crabtte, Montreal Can.; Mrn.T. I Its fditorUl Are ontiliml. std vtlrrliiK. rod of 1
ing. L. Hiidkins and two chiMn-n. Hir- !greet liittuenre In the cmnity Mutt /Mate The lly jasmine I\II.llll.ttlt., now we'll wander,
II\M column"are k uplothc iiKxIcrii IIIII"rdIn \
All sections Florida are becoming, mill ham. Ala ; :MisnT. Lilts Tope, Tnlla- the lustier ofKC-neral'pt sill toil Hews, anti Hi Itananas, figs, brightened: oleander. 1'r
united.! Gainesville, to show her jrood deva Ala.; C. I'onhtine, lIa\\ tit ',rue, Fla mll.cdllt""Ull&rUcl"1" are well ralrulateJ to In- A I'loridian's pride, may now IK* !seen, ,
# rcpt, Mud Its luitilhlicr K.K
; amuse IiiKtrucl. Mr.
Oi' Hot-KE, Feb. 15. John :M. Fitzgerald 1
I will will have an exhibit At our Semi- ALA I:. HarriH, <1cmrveii much crc Tropical. Kochetiter, N. Y.: A. L. Kichellierger. ; Thf nulim rii! >tmu j rio In l but 91 n year Thosewrutiug
n. W. Davis Pity ; \\'. II. Bichoji. I dolaiUsUdit: Marlon 1 count), the, OwitlaaiiHiiy ; Save where the new' growth's: tender shoot, .,,
Messrs W, I' Kinnev, of 1'arken-burg, and \\ ift', New York :Samuel: N'. Teague, I'" and the "Pemi.lropteai| l Kxhllilllou\ Make light on whuh eves delight to look.Heond -
W. V., an old Ocala visitor and P. K. I Lady I Lake, Fla; J.lirittunJauksonville! should seed fur 'III.lf'II| of thin l"'I'r.| | the of hlooms't,

110M, Kokomo, Ind., made the little Fla.; John Henry, L. C. Kinder! I'hila., For Ha I,.. grove
>j DAILY BANNER a call to-dny. 1'a.; J. E Richards, Cedar Kevs. FII:0'; : The forest stands' a guardian intil.With .
.i l One line Devonshire) also one new and oak and (fast, ,
." J. L'ntrikm, Aiken. S. C.; W. W. Brown strong k
Among the elegant displavs at the Weft Grove, 1'a.; Mrs.! J. 11. (Jrey, \\' 14. double surrey, latest" Htvle. (>nr new 1'ri'pared to wiestle with each angry Mast.Frictd r
semi-Trupicall! i is a splendid exhibition top side bar buggy J : new Horace
( Elizaliftli.N..J, buiiMct'ntchlon:
trey ; Johnson and wheel do wonder if joy to complete,
of ancient pottery and bric-a-brac by Fla.; (ieo.V.. Sayer, Warwuk, N,1'. L. spindle ono new two von my ,
our eminent dentist. Dr. G. II IVrine. Y. Jennett, Tarpon springs, Fla.; Jno.; F. road cart, also one: pair well matched, Sometimes I dream, h'rt'C nice more nutt ,
medium sized young mules and several I with mirth in of wine
DunnTallalassee[ Fla. pledge yon a hllllll..r|
Miss May hosier of Jacksonville" \ ,
gout driving sod work horses, also several
came over \\Vednenilav see our SemiTropical -- --- That ne\er was! grown on banks of the Rhine.
I Lake County l Hny." excellent saddle miiies for Hale At
t and take in the Rifle's ball. she Next has been bvthe \ erlow (pric-es for cash. E. Hoer, 1'rom grapes: ilatkeiietl 'neath'tt sun,
Tuesday! set
I is the guest of Miss Fannie MiConnell's. managersof the Extaeitionas"lake| apart dlebll'td' Livery :Sale :Stable. n.ltll(' vintage is fit for anacreon, '

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': Mr. Connelly and wife, florist!! and County of lIa\'" and we hope' that the citizens I % .Muleb- m! Mules !ItI Our evenings of moonlight, calmly serene,

i nursery folks of Jacksonville\ arrived will'e Ocala) them and the count and at large will Hell ut t public auction tiutectihead Ripples' the lake, sparkling+ ) in silvery\ Miern,

I Wednesday, and at the request of Major iv. a generous! heartygreeti : of good+ mules, :a l lo 4 years, weighing A well of content bit'athea from the heavenly Iome,

\ Rooks, will I. \) make an exhibit at the teiniTropical. Lake o county has taken a great interest from till) to HMN' ) 'sand, in the city To banish! rcgiet from our Florida home. +

I in the success of our Exposition and of (Ocala, oi. Wediic'lav, February: filth,
havertreided VSJ; to the highest bidder, for cash. ... .
t McTyierw. who was to has entered into it with a spirit and enthusiasm ; -
at the Florida Conference at as if it were her own, l\'lIluJI' to Sales sun. Sales commence. at 10 a. III.
Bartow last January, but wa i resented hm time has the finest display in the !lll-b'} ::?'* J. M. G A UN Kit. MINERAL WATER SPRINGS AND HEALTH
on account of illness' died at Nashville tmilding. ,
Tor Sulc. 1
February loth.Mrs. ; Marion county "should have a warm
y ot in her heart fur lake and next House. 1I1I1111I..n Magnolia street op- RESORTS.
: Helen Harcourt, of Montclair, Tuesday her citizens, who will \be herein posile the < 'atholic church Inquire on

Lake county, authoress of the household force, should he made to feel that this premise,* of Mrs M t. Greenfield.; t.l ;Js'ext to till delightful; winter climate., muni! bo onsiileireril
column in the Timtf-l'nton, has feeling is extensive.Let's 1 lIja II-U; w
made a splendid} I contribution to the give l.ake a biim-r.| thohealthreMtitHanilniiiieral: springy.' (treat. benefit can bo
Lake county Ii illf'la' v. Mr.I Charlc's !;wayne, of J KinHimmee,
Oranges are.on a boom.Lyman under date ol February'' 15th, writes tot derived by those whit miller with i'linutie! inllunenciw of the

Mr. F. C. W. Kcehnle. l'reside..t of the t teretarl'larkethat I the exhibit, aine.: northern latitude\ of the ('iii ti-ti KtuteH. At'all | ointH of tho
First :\ationaillank of Lincoln. III., and 1'help's exhibit is on the way. and c'ane-Migar will In cent on at once.
t Htato bo found gout 1 hotels: and a variety: of diet waited to
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father of our Mr. Kcehnle, r>f AntiMonopoly -- --- 'I ho exhibit ;lrorui"4t./tto he a most excellent
drugstore, arrived la t night President Wilson still lingers in Jack- one. Every; dav aids to the varietyand tho invalid.. Thousands; of tho latter in.iko Florida their
and will fl'enll| some time with .u.I' on\ille. completeness' of the exhibit.
-- -- winter homo, \return North iii'sprimig." |' My thin! migration are >
Tickets for Ocala Itirleb ball at Marion
We erred'rd'hn we said Opera HOIJS next Tuesday night on Elsewhere our readers will find nn excellent enabled to enjoy one eternal minimer' with all the fruits in r i
I' Benjamin A: Fox decorated.; But the |>oeiii, and, also an article relatingto : ,
Magnolia Hotel Will C/ondon' and Sara sale at the Oiala Hou&e.Twentyoneuieal our mineral waters, which are to forma ..... Ll'lun. Ht. Augustine, the' city by the Pea, in! dentinecl bo

McFarlane's barber shop was omitted in ticket for !7, at the I'nrt| of :Mr. N. S. Neck's' coming work, chute ono of the greatest. resorts! in the world. With its p.ala-- t
I those who displayed their colors.. Chuago. ..lIlill..I.ll'tt.Kt'lIt and Future Productions -
__ ___ 30tf of Florida," tilt) hotulti, delightful ea nhoie and ueceKihility from all'parts

Electrician Prigge goes to the Btate's Mr. Kouenburg, the lay clerk of the of the' United\ Kt.ite! will be the focus of wealth, intelligfne .
metropolis to-night, to meet the engine magnificent! Ocala House, hAlt given up .I Ir. J. Sj, Benedict, of Canton, Dakota,
for the Semi-Tropical building and secure his petition and, vine elsea her. who is spending thy winter in (Ocala, ., autl pleaMire., It hart none of the' ills eta bcufaring
., 4,,':(*) feet of wire to complete the HOB. John F. Dunn returned sass"that Professor 6treatur's"Floral Colony town, being purely) ono fur health and enjoyment.Thu .
today in of Arbor ,
electric circuit, so that he can illuminatethe It'irior Day, as j er-
Exposition| building, :South street from his Legislative duties to rest over formed in thu Ojf ra )House last Tuesday mineral springy! ore ehielly sulphur ; theio arc watera

i leading west and the city of Ocala.i Sunday m the-bosom---of his-family. night, was the! finest school entertainment I oL"t rv"ltIIt'Jlr Dunellen in Marion county, HO Htrongly' impregnated '
he ever witnessed. lit' was so
i Miss! EtTa e1l8 and Miss faro Zeigler, secretary Choke: took a run down to taken up with it that he bought several with protoxide/ iron that to the palate aro inky
1 Leenburg Friday and
1 our efficient and hard worked schoolteachers interest in our Lxio* sition retorts in that a lively of the 'fiapurs' giving an account of it to in flavor.,,Tho rcidentn, by claim great virtue in the
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left this morning on the S. s, O. | quarter. friends. at home. Many people in lu-
A G., for a day of recreation and rest.MisaSdls kota have. their eyestuntetl<<1 in the! direction ups' uf the water an tonic. Tho water though rather btronger

4a > going to Blue Springs and Miss The ball of the Ocala Kirles will far ex. of Florida, and when it ill known iron reminded the writer of tho Scliwalbaeksteel l water,
Zeigler to LeKoy, where they will spend eel in splendor of arrangements anything, that we have good 4iool+ facilities, they
I /iToin; near Wienbudevv." There. i ili no doubt that the mineral .
b the day with .friends. of the kind ever held in Ocala. It will will not hesitate to come among II.... *
, tJt the event of the season. waters of the state can )bo used to iuIt.tlrt4egt/ I by tho it**.
: Coburn & Co. will give an excursion to The Jacksonville (sub-Tropical l Exposition ; *
Silver springs uuda)'. Carriage leave The Jimti (J" IJ,.', Tallahansee correspondent under the direction of Mr. Wuntous. illell1K amt visitoiH. ,

:: the square 8.30; ( a m. Returning.: at :2? p. | thinks that there will be a "ebb, one of the most indefatigable. jl I have always hail the iinjiren '!iou that: tho mineral! water '
Fare t-: round! trip, including a rundown in workers in the will :
m. struck: the Legislature over thu Mate, open} in
oftl1. lu'h..n
will become val
once developod.
biker Spring run to Delk's mutt! health bill and) that the prospect for an Jacksonville on the :Ifrth. Hon. 1C. '
This will afford a lendtd opportunity early adjournment U not promising. W. Davis'!, of Palatka, known all over the will bo of the whey, sulphur and iron clan"' all of which are
to seethe beautiesof this famous stream. !state' for his magnetic.: eloquence, ban '
formation of them
Tickets on Pale at Ocala News' Depot. Service in all tilt churches. tomorrow been selectcan| the orator of the day ,peculiar" to tho tertiary: JStaty.
Tilt columns, of the and needed. for winter visitors situated in such
Daily and has accei led the invitation Governor :ti.initnritimt are'
Mr. F. T. Douglas! of Orange Springs[ I Weekly BANN tit are oj-t-n' to all ministers i Fleming will" be I present and aik invitation location that there arc attraction other than a Hucciwnion' of
'' a euccefcful oiange grower and sypress to announce their subjects' and, if has been extended) Governor
logger of that section, came to town ve* they fail to apj-ear it H their'n and not Gordon, of Gt HJljCla, to add the lu..tre of piney wooda. Wlieio boating, fishing, driving and out door ''i

I", terday to aist in nuking a rolling our fault. I his prewruf to the oc-c-asion.,. We hop I recreation; can bo enjoyed in thin winter. Many;of the springs
fur the lsy!', Mr. the Sub l abundant i
BANNER exhibit ear Bulk' in Q, HUCCOMM mid if I
quantity at
oyster -
D. Is a native of the city of Washington it was not the day fur thu meeting of the : throughout tho :true art world'n wonder Homo covering an

leaving there rune years a/o for Marion burn s Chicago. rrsta'iranL' 3f> f American I'utnologic'al; Society in Ocalaon acre: in extent, whilst in depth are almost fifty feet, clear as

county, and says if inauguration rates tervired at the Methodist church that day, we would, ) \be present with
are cneap be will go up and see Harrison at lo-H: a. rn., and 7 p. m. Subject tomorrow our band to givu i it good and) patriotic crystal, the watVr, lulling up with great force. The* springs.

.. Installed, not that he is less a Democrat in the morning" "The Christian's Besetmenu send ot[. go towanlrt footling; the grand river and J.ikW Can the 1"1U.tlt1r

but to fee old friend and renew and his Source of Ii> cue." In R. t;. YONGE A C)", The Ocala I'lum. imagine looking iuto water fruit twenty to fifty foot deep, ,
acquaintances. evening
the a sermon to young people. bers. Call and examine their tine stock '
clear OH a mirror, fish! in myriadi spurt In the crystal streams
Public cordially invited to all service I
Don't fail to call and get an oyster fry and !get good work at reasonable prices
at the Chicago. Sutf beats free. d; ldeclm ready for the angler

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:' OCALA..:..---.--, ..PLA9..- -FKHKUllir- .. t.'lll9 Attain \\n :>'I"'/ in a critical con Lal\CSile\ ( Hotel Rl1ein3ner'SSpecial DrugLine
,dilion The Vmerlrarn, rritld the
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(tiTimtn ; the (urinaiM criticise theAln..rilall'l
P. E. HAKKlb, editor
ami the patriots : Tatuas e I
all thereat ofthf rebeN triticfe la.aafa. ri.xci TO TJND THE.

; t: ; and.Mataafri anil lii* crow.,1! criticiAc'TamaseMe. So. Lake Weir, Fla. i _1:01'f: -

TIlt'I it'rmall"" 'lo a large i")rtion of DR. DELOUEST

tc c their .titid"'III"" with n'jw'atme rillfs! ixUcu Miles: south of Ocala ; on Sale
'Fine, 1\1111111"i t (for till ujHMte l ont
high bluti'overlooking! the whole b
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rages! we heir rt'J"rh'41 1 from tl'n'
-.w' 'I'II.) irouhli! in the !amoiti MinliHTC Beautiful Lake Wtir"HCKS
I 0('ALA I I I : I I FLOIMD.V8m 1 1I
# of long/ fttaiulintr' In fart t, the/ -- '.
l.ltH.t"(1 standing) ("> long) that tlll'Y"hOIlI.I MEETS ALL TRAINS''me I or I nl\ .ai
: COUJ \ IM iniil to pit down, even if the, I
: .'mtcjil 1 MAtiti i t' obliged mt down, mi 'I -- \
tllt'm.all,1 MI tli" (,frinaiH! tooxxax Boating, Sailing, Gunning I'j
.\ back in 1V)7 .t."k."kil1l1p.1. and Fishing i
trtntluneii xn' earning on the IUtIn'

The French Ministy have rf'gillll"t.l an('acli"other'hy trade. in NIIIIOA in oj\>i>osition to Terms $2:50: per day. Reasonable DRESS GOODS ,,

The Interesting fad Ii allll'"lIlI't'4l| that Their. naint't were :Milietoa Still TamiW"H5 Rates by Week or Month,

the wealth of Um Vanderbilt family now Address : Wholesale & Retail

l,' foots np $;!74, t apart j and,1 'OllJ'dltloll| between them --DEALER( ISHanlware -

]1 It seem impoHHible f.r \\'..->t Virginia rail hick but it IIt''Jllt..1! that they mn"t ___ Manager

to 'It'd United States N'IIRlo' The, have itNoHix'cial. Open All Year. I
harm wa! done, however, Ladles' Fine Broadcloth '
Ienio'rata intend staid bv K 4 Groceries
< nna mill the derinan consul decided. that ...... ...................:.... ...............:..:...........................
'I'a11laset'e! .MionM l be hoot kinTIII11\

t .4 htaton; It in w very II add{nrobable several' more that the tars. 1'nited tf) here had! flincopileil got tinc thi "pull" by :::::=:::: :::J..l.iB1!.J.::::::: 50 and 45 inches wide, -oOC.tLA -

ilaif] MOOII North and South Dakota p'nniii"in g> to let sauerkraut in duty free ........... ::: .......
very .and to permit the CKtablmhtnent of a
| I I t I FI.Onnu.3m
f New'Mexuo, andashiii r.' lager Leer nal K>n in ",'"n''lir.1.. i 1 I Ir. 80c. 90c. and'SKWorth 31.*Sf
ton Territoru-H are knocking for adrnmBion. 'Hie .\incr icap and IIlClish connuU ... ,

v however, decided that Mahetoa wastheirandidate r. IMPORTANTITOiTHE : PUDS. P GARY M. D ,
(' and exprewed the opinion\ 1 from S 1.? :! to Sii.ii.l 1
OHkalH, Kaunas, recently dio"e a .
woman for and five women for that Taulateae" was a jworl executednimUrft ....................."..........................................................
mayor .
(' t. rHYMCUK A>l D StKOKOXRoora
the ('011lIl'il. thun/ placing' the/ entire> inuii The Utrmatu; did not tare touch for -
icipal) Iministration in the handiof -, Agnew & CtBrj'g Block, OCALA
women The inayor'a inan uial indi the, opiuiont| of tliouuruanA and) KngMi : ......... .. .. .. .. ......... Twenty-oexen yesr1 experience In Florid
a* thehad no guns and Hhiix) :. :. :. : ;. .
eaten very |plainly that' ,*xer> law in the. handy t I.> back them/ So the)' forced Mrtlalietou ...... ... .N.-.O..T. ....r" ... .C..E. .., ...... ALL WOOL Diseased jnn3m wianln,87.lyGEORGE |
Kansas Htatntcs and( the/, Onkaloosa urdiIiauceH .
: .
to i lose out hiM rovalitj eMabiHlitnent .
will beMrietly pnforrei) t'IIlt.dally) / withniit regard! to ''lIst. and ................... ............ .........................................,.........
c the Sunday law 411\ HtoreH, I barber hops later even 'xpartell the x.lllOllar"'l to COLORED HENRIETTA McKAY,
restaurants. liverv nlatil H, eto. have toclose ,
i his
Africa, prepaying
\ night and remain till )pasi-a ARCHITECT AND BUILDER
Saturday HO ,
!n.rnrt t thin, onthuouaion of Emperor
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Monday mornint ;, aloud |x>piilar outirx William birthday the (urinaim loaded I : (LADIES EC''fI ::: 40 inches: wide, DESIGNS AND ESTIMATE

to the contrary iiotwitliNtandinvTltlfH liuuxeheH with enthusiasm and other ... .. .. .. .. .. ...
Uuuiaiiti liquids, and inxttded\ to establish a I TO Tiiot i:nn unirn: LIKE: TO BB I'I'CL"iTtHIIRS -Furnished on .Application-

tint\ las riot.Mshi'tua 55c. -
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Editor Ilnniirr. ne hittd to the ; ;; : .ibt; a'luiiibtr:" !
tiupprtv I ..i.h.....&8.. come.... .. to .ourhotIee.... ....L. ... ; of
It haS. IN'CII Ht ted bx Mointi IK,toiiotm liMturbamr, all,1 I the dermal consul/\ I .. ... ..... .. ..............-....- : OrncE-Rr.slDESC& : : : Orange and Slith it

person that the titliH, property\ | >' III An- limil! him (1:JIM)) for the inflict I ::::::Housewives:::::: j OCALA FLORlt

tlt>tIIOII'1'I' addition iHI"I'1. I will exhibitS .\* the ro"ltllrl'a.lIrv' t at Hut tune conained ..... .. .... ..... i iI Worth Sl.OO. Ln3181

1L' rertitled almtradH to thin |I'IIJI'N'' and only .::1.1 and a laundry clunk, itwas ......-V'il'e.............. to take'alvantaue..,...............of...nor-........,........ !:
', will warrant the till to impassible| to pathe tine. wlitreIHIII -
II L. AMimsos | the lit'rnmiis "li*iildl to give Muutoa m\m\::( 'STOCK OF GROCERIES I i iI --- I
hit release and declare martial '
d ,, Knt: : :d:>:not:think;we deliver; them '::we: :there- I I1n Palace 1 Store 1 !
Our l.xtrn ti'sslun.a law.'I'ii'.tulerican I that Inducements in Drag
"- and I nirlwh consul\ ol- ..... .,..e. ... .. .. .. ......... Special
It from ilUlil'ali"'I that
peeiiift prtKiit j".1 to 'Ixith t tIt'l' l\tmlllt'lIIt'ntl.: but : HILL Ul\'t.R ALL fCJRU'.i.( ; l lWHOLESALE
'I HCHHioiMif the Florida I ) 1 IA .
the extra ; '\\f\\A\ \ '
lure, xxhidi IB ('1)41 tiIlU the state a thousand tle; : I enn:11i! hid Home. nhipA 811.1 I loadedgurlath'renil 1 i H;; ;ib'.f.;;. MR.: to any.. in.. .of the:itr.iib i iI '
t tin lit' had the .
I nt -0--
1. M nut, KO Our and
dollars jtenlax, will reMilt", in little [irotent\ wax Used to light I't,\!:art withfter I I'ILOMI'VNE"I'41: AM) INI'AT'tlI! r: : :i Clothing
5; else than the drawing of thm. ainouiil .\ :MaliftonV li"tf..1 .. .
< immigration,
from the I r.nH1Ift.111111.\ The billdahoratd CuI.| Mataala IIt.I1''II't I i II ;:::::-Oaf Grocery Department ...:: j
)' tt'"ort.1 l to,.dax' IH mini-bed lalit'hlll'flll I'nds wan as king ) I .. ...................................... ...................... .....
lull a!'iuikt him the :
to HimthtrH' to'lIorrO1tllI IN "" l'a11'11(1up ( ej"'IIII1I1I1I"t' iiow making war : Ill large nf J Jl.t Tbl. tiroU nt Prime i Shoe Department

t-r a in* to one be\\lau'\8",1 almost liexond abbreviated nto in iiitionAir. anntl. Siiiinn. i<' Kitnatid ill a damp Spat\ intlu !! ::ITS. :::::LXLtLLhMl': : :;.:AlRn.: : ::: : 1.t\ I Ii -\ND-

\\alker, of I A'on, dinparin\ of 1'1I1'ttu ottan, and consists/ 01'nil! asHorttil i .... IU*alnuxit becomeATHousehold ...... Retail I !
tot of Iahanll1The x
aijnini to an ar\\'IIIt't'lIt.): bus! nioxtd to : ......................... I
favor the tkiollete oflrt.l'M.
people sljle
nine i ilit \Ve liovuxtr, | Word I I
adjourn] hope !
their irmenti* I la'ing abbrexiatedat
> .

da. that llcport pome tll'a l)!:itM tin'ment riorlilu can be reached I'mil I:.. and'l'h'y both for frt.I'I'inds the 'Item') lhcros'It't'sasky-hin'color( pall IIMin i houses the. I :::.:::: ::::::::::..:: .:-;:::::::::Li: :::::::: : :::::::::::::: I I.j. II C. Rlicinaucr l 4T T loot -ALL-0-KIND OF-

i tluuiK*' Ill Urn ngwt.I ", shapipif' half !i pumpkin HI.ton its Mat BENJAMIN & FQX
I.atti4 ''I'graphital vitt's ,toroth lie hltlt'H .j.. .. .. .. J... .. OILS STATIONARY, TOILET

e leading ntu
the following \prittHKanry : as well a" the Hik.ii furnishid)' ................ ..... ..''...""...... ... .. .. ..... ................. -- ----- -
1'111 tax. the two kinlZ" amt the reign of : ; : : :
ItrlxtiUOnltiinry ........ ............ .........,J.lMyyttrI. lurniHlied b I the Germans terror ............; j j i.i..... -1. W. W. CONDON'S ARTICLESIn
k' (''hoh'+ ............... ............. tl alo.f.II"1 ) ... I| T.
Until the mishionaruM ,,emit to unoa i i--
: I
.5 Fancy? KiiwmU .::' ::.:.::::::::''':'::.:::.::: 9in49i t2.Y(dJ.tN I )tOnttuaryI0I : th' hat iv's !piuialh l elued that the :......_...._......l..t.,i I I ............ ... ....................._...... I Complete Stock !
t Mtat" .............."................. II l 7Mry'LM':! world owtd them luin but tint -. .. New\ Jewelry Store
... .......... .. .... II.KKKtl I'rl.1 a ; it
.. Itrlghtr l 1.75. wan neteH>..irlo Mtal it from Home .............................................................................. -0-- 7 HICommon oth Shines replete with
FuitcyTangcr:* Mm.lnrliiHAboxe: .::.::.::.::::::.:.::. .::':" :..tlalte.4.I.t.: :: :: r man H plantation : : ; evervthiligin We handle: none but the finest brand of cl*a:1I:
.S N"ela ............................ .. ..'J 7...... .."l' '. 'l'hey also had inch a great fl'IiI"1| for : ::; THE REDUCTIONOF : ::; his line. Call and examine" Headquarter f.>r tall Paper and uaMeawl'
truth that thex ute tl l it"pl\tllllll| ) for fear
pricw_ are for strictly M.II1I1,1 l of txhaustmt; (the 1'1111'1'1\ Ihe\ usixlprexaruation .................... ... ... . ....... .. .. for jourself. WIIIOIIT ;.te KU\ZEIt
k fruit. ) for every: dax, and" wavedvrltCLty ............... .. .....". Strings for Musical Instruments ,
y Fruit ill "'I ill luminir( nuuli d 'a\' hut a .
for F'.l
important\ o \ u>ions Specialty.; : : Octw.
$(''IUa to 10. tliilitl>' hnproxe| Hie tie STOCK AI; ,. .
Work .
l 11 icy are mOil''ilizl..1 now, huwev't11anv i 011 repair 01 '11wkr lid W'Lebea "g'
it'Nxl and all fruit
IUln,1lIItilllll'l4 ins>, t. ready sale at fair pruen HOUIU" UK : ot them have joined l the church ................. .................................;..................... OUIl"'lItt'e
and learned 1 I lomuoke OIJ:
dcarn .. .. .. .... ,
,..mhM'!k. IH bright for better reunit Qt'313ln
t proiH-nt NM 11Haored t'0'ITE14.: : : --TIIEOcala
1)r throughout) balance of m'MHOMForeign MIIANS: (GOODS; ( );f..I .f" -

fi nit to amt e during uirraiittuonth *. AND HELOW COST.
t ill in as follows : torNtvx: York, 405 ,' Coiueit at lie MciitlTroplal ................... ... ................................. .......... .........
UO paikak' ; ItoKton 3t1IIlMI.< < > NeOr- <' To-morrow .VfteruooitJrUtwXXnr ....x........... 1...;.................?................................... News DeDoI>> I

r leans, 013,000) "Philadelphia! !15000lU'np :March ..............................V..,..W ..\.kSiurotl j.. .! WatOlmaQB.nJ
1 .ittul! )'. A. 11 I. Ivet,0.11.Biyaomtb 1. (t>frtiirw. -"lln'l.I A 1111"1." ..Hryrrl i 0-- i
rltou\! H> > 1 lit- \l\ngf\ HuUlb Wrua I .
Mr K. lint .
NfWII1.: . 3 The Ocala IAIHi.lltun. lafor'ornet.; .'." .. .n. l liny 1 tie"; ; ::: ituibrts};:: .................. ..................
I nur t' n. 'OI.BY. .T. fE..l.X'c r. : ) Jl Vr: ::1111

| I : ti'-. t-wliiHUju l'errpbrrw'-'Jenualemhit-, ..." 1'lIrltau'i 1""IIM"r"1 *...."......Rolhnam, ...................................................... ...................... l1J3m STOCK
1-; | Miin).honeViU.." fake thu letter to BIT :Mother".1l.1V ................ ......... ................. .......-.............. .
They. art not only \\rklllJ'arn-.lly. but ......... ....J/tiV'". = 1' i
mom v trttlx in its T J. n..IU.iI.!
art ( 11t'flinlt
they behalf, and|the jx-ople of Marion count, ou\ ituu.jivj ...... ........................._... -.-. :'-t4.---I- A Complete Stock ofGents' -AS1.JLowest --
? outbids of Ocala, are just a" enthusuwtn.oxer : The t'onc'ert will takeplai-eat\ _>andi( m. ; E

the KxpoHilton at the |>t' ,ple ot. tnme" until o\'KK'k. p. in Let everybody .............................\ .................'..... .... .................. Prices
Ocala 't'hey are Ieavhlg no stung untnriHHl "tlt'ntl.1

The broadvmu to insure its >iiufn UiadiiikE. to the Ex- lIart' Ocklawahit lllver hteameritUanur [i M.FISHEL'S.OCALA :::. : : .: .J. FurnishingGoods. !Jijr MOW-e-In Southern Florid

)to itloii! grounds has Leon han.ltunlely .. I. DODD FLAIE
Ill graded and p'avwl. Ihe Kxi: >ottitiouVMilldings. Okeehumpkee, Capt. X. A ............ .................................................... .. .. ISRAEL, : : OCAIA
I'ttwanlt l'avea Palatka for Si i lv'rNpringe1lonthays "
which would IM a imlitto a
3w S1-
ten timei" the sire ot Vala. |teseut! W..hlt""IIall.1 "Fridays at ; : : : : : : FLURJDA\ .

City attraitixo lite). are 930 A. m, on arrival train from M ....................................."....... .......... .. .............. -
a \ery apfiearance
Allgllatille; r'lurnin!:It'l't'lt! liv'er&pringsat
rouunodiou, and arearran "\il ao aa d&f4
Very I y a. m. after arrival of train from HI:,\y MAIM
to display the" eihihita to grratt'stadvantage. :
T i IVttla! etc, TiKdaii. Thurcdaxi andS
The display! of the farm, garden and S Satunla>' M"tJZual. I i LEAD ,

on hard is H highly table one In- 8QlBROKAW" Silver 1\I Spring s Park e CLOTHING ......... ,-
diHHl I. it in ubtful if it could I lx "nrpanKtHl I j
in any part of t the country, and NEVER"FOLLOW !

,c S the industrial .lepartments are not t>elocttnl. .,:> -1-1TUl ----- -- -- I ..._............_..._._ _
IhevHhoxx- that Honda' wealth Tailoring Department i
sloes not all come from her soil : MARION COUNTY NUR JFL03I1D4. Unex-
celled 'In Flt3S.VOWDES and IS XMPLETENE33 AND.....
The m'lt'titiR( of tlv l'olO"IOillt'l\l 'o- SERYMAN.OFFKRU'rO d'k"1EU! Prices
1, clet)' of the United States next week

;,, will bo an exeut' that will attract \arpt\ -1- D. F. HOPrER, C STRACTOR. A I i
number of I'eo4ie to Ocala, in addition to kl'RL.SE.DIU" Yarietv 0 of Stock.
those whose ctiief object) into visit the TUB PUBUQ A FIXE: U ISALL I_

-- oeition. In fa,.t, the KijiosUion: : i i. OF NURSERY 8TOCIt-GR.\rB Now U the ttlne t" hero your land rl\red I KIXD3 V ( I
well:1 attended because (it U well worth And haNd for wlQ r planting. Management of FURxiTURE
eeing. Ocala 11 the centra of attraction VINES A 8PCIALITY. orfcnfi fTOTM and gr>p rl
In Florida at present, and her visitors I -iI YEARS EXPERIENCE -0 1-Iood
I I IApoixas Tate J = & Nash
TIH tstPlcn.'t = =
with the
entertalnnieutR11M 'I H ;
r. ,< are well.pleaeed I >bcfmate d+a tortb at artcl:. twnding t at Ihoca Tarla I OJl"UT'
".. ..' .-' / !! "' .L. Janl5an AothonylFU MW Iowa oC UKoj 4WD Low Fitter. I :
1. ::1 1M' W ; c&a.r1
..;: 'I_. ." '- i.,.. < ... :111.&i ffoM 1:014 SUA Public la&reo, () :

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Of'." ."....,- t&i;"'y.....,'_,.---r--"t.=::=sr ", It ,"},' ....... .....-"" ." ;ii''

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.,E.. I =:.. THE FLORID"" INTERNflTIONKLY I &1 : r

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)'I"q>. 1 t\\0. SemiTropicaIExposition !I IThis r

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I Exposition incorporated under the law of the State ol rioiid, opened ati -- :

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OS { (lOA LA 1 ] ARIOX COUNTY ltORlDA{ ) i mm. at 2 t I 1889, ,

3.\ CLOSE MAY FIRST '1889. J


This will be an Exposition of Pomologii-al.: lloitieultural[ and AJ.r l'ultumll'l'odudl' of Florida, and her soils, timbers, woods! minerals and lieu stock, and in addition articles} roll
1).t and products of general Interest from all State-!* alllIl'oulltl'1l'S. Entry is: open' to the \\orld for the displa of its products. No charge for 1'1ltl'1t'l'Il\11I' npaeo for the I p t roducU or {
manufactures of Florida. .
The United States Experimental .station for improvement' de\elopment of produetn indigenous to this "section has (been located contiguous to our exposition, grounds.WrWe .
t : invite exhibit of all descriptions, pattirularh those: pertaining to the: arts, mechanics andagriculhne.{ guaranteeing uniform courtesy to all .



GEORGE "'. WILSON, President. \VM. FOX. hint Yice-1'resident. Hit) II. KNH ll'I', Second l'ice-1'resitlent! '
, C. "". CAMPBELL, SR.. General Manager G. S. :MAYO, Treasurer J. O. CLAUKI'l, Secietary.


mIicliISf! OCALA National,- Bank ni ii iiJ! -J.j'I'Wants'! \ National h( 1\\t i -THIv-\I I1III1011010'II a.-I n Drug g ii t1:

I l"lcu'hia.
Oenln--- I ===OF OCALA '-AMSEED )- -

___ o<] NO. 3470. DQM

X STORE i.tI i.
\ -'-.-NO. 3.815--
--- -

....................... '.. ................... SUCCl{ SORS TO TIIK BANK OF OCA LA. No Second. Place i.d

Paid Up Capital, Li ,, Authorized Capital, INnmii 'di

r $150,000. CAPITAL STOCK sr> |I Jill iyriVi\c IJ.MilVJM! 01'' STOCK
$50,000. KUltl'LUH. :{CH;r U.()()
: '''t i N'.IL'ol'flll''I II '.M of Goods nod Low Prices.
:. W.AONKW,ITe"JL. + t_ a"" .' ............... I Duality yI
-( )

J)u. F I Dcss) J'rtiklt .. orricnus: : le
l K. 1'Ijv f >Irb.:>. 1icrPreaidrriL,
It. H. MiGbKMiU., CIIlin -
-(1.o<<'att' McINTYRE. c. ==i.
Im ll-M
bring TKW tttaMithed/ in (ur" STJRPLUS$7,000.00One ,,, dL
/ t itUfndlfrti'ta:
Generallunking /lutliutt trarlu'tftR.rrlmrlfJ'( It/uyld foul -A COMI'Ll-rrK: : LINEHARDWARE:- r

of the finest ant vest trlnippebankiu. \\IIllJooVM ''n the state owned. hv the o1/1
faeitttfor\ makinOf ('ot1..t'tiOllll on all aecesxilk {Kdnte. -or-
bank "'e have I'11t''ial .
'OnHil\tt'nt with Mall
and favor to our -n-tomem
'Ve will\ t'xtt'lIt"t'f l ) cot y ,
entrusts l HOARD OF Jlnl CTOnS.--
us :
attention to
and! t>careful to all utmneiw
kimrflnd, shall give prompt| .
BANK ACCOUNT and all business In our line andguarantee ,
t your '
entire satisfaction. JNO. DUNN) K.: P. IISMtIKIC: I'StER(
Importers: & Trader: National Bank, Now York, X. Y.; J. PKKINK:, IL IJ. McCONNKLL.COKRESPOtfDEXISrf.: : I. M. T1IAYKK, 1 s sAT
outhern Bank of Georgia, Savannah.
iu all important cities ill the West. c
.t&! Special Correspoudeutrf: : .

dec9 Jfntionnl Park: Bank of New )"(,,4'. Jra"Mof'Calvmal Elm of floitfm.of A. E. DELOUST.
"fltiflMl IJIJ1I4' &n'auoahergo:.
Is/iiifmOf E'JJftirtlfmllN1JY, Is/uintille, Ky. I Jmtl-M


: Street, Ocala, Fla. and Sanitary JSnylneer, -
) cf. .
.. b--- ,
..... ... .. ... .
t'\: (' .........'The Hotel r. ofiRSTCLASs"lN the cHy: : *1- .' ,Ft. King Avenue -TOR-1 .4

r. .-/I... ..... ...............-.......................-....-. / o Opposite M. E. PIANOSMusical -
Experience in England. ... .
'w' .
"'" ...
It" ALL RESPECTS= ChurchWork

.........:....?................ .................................0.........................,..-......,..................... Call and Strictly leave first-class orders. and Guar .' "anteed '-AIIIP- FOEr
Mal e-LI4UA.."'JA row fM Ca
, J edrie bdb is every M1" 1/ Bath Tubs, Water Closets Basins, -' T
" 1J .
7fl 4l7ruvlr.I, 'IS "ooUU.tN brick Mane!' Mal nru faraiture Hot Hater -,.-- ... l Instruments! ;
04 t I 't lttl(I; t ; til _'I)4 I Pt iH'cI'tl.
J.?.BAtr.,z.u-/ ...v.,I.'JfI. [rsdwJ OCALA. FLA
(Z3eKXaSMPIeeIJ f1

.-.a --- ;:t ;; :; r__-:: I :r". l; .XM.__ r j .

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Per Annum_ Subscription, Rates. H 00.I S (\ e ?Jt

Six Month, I" 95 ,
Three Month. 1A
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Major-Dr. 1'ho P. Oary was
' l.1ull-f! A. H t s ...
3 Marshal C.: E. 1111.Collector
-K, I'. flHilMiii.AKnor .
-U. .K MrlvvrTrtAnurer .
+i -K. R. Kuowden.
rrwldeut of Council-J no. F. Imnn.
' Hoard of Aldl'rmen-J. F'. 11U..u ..:. W. Agnew CDo
J. T. Lancaster, John A. I "cll. J:.. I.. Knot, ".0. '
( Hmlih! II. W, I Laii-lltr: llrown and VO, Mar*
,, Uiall.fanitarr. t 1
,. Inij. ctor-W. T. King. -. ,

County Judftc-Richard MoConathy.County .
ciftk; -1). A. WlleaNherllttE.9' .
I William.
A..Hior' -J. e.: Malhewt.
Collector: -II, T. wanmann. CitraTreamirer .
-$. U. I'vlM.Buiwrlntendent .
, ; of J'uUllc' Irmtructlon-M. .UI'aynv v
,' KlemliiKton.
t'urnmisislouer.-1i. W. I/HII, W. I',
kl.: Trantham l/ounty M. II. iou, f. H, I'crrinV.. 1' \\ll-\ '
llamm ) 1
'. The County: CommlHtilonere meet toe first Monday .
I In every tnontlikchool .
t .. Iknird-K t:. Ii.! \\artinann,
; M. H. MOMT A. H. ( lIarrlllt L UurlwH.
H<'boollioar.1. mc'ctl flrllt(I Monday every month. 0
i f ,
1eeideut-Ur, T. I' Gory.'
pg I t+ecrclary-'apt, K. i It. ItlrhardwmMtuiUri. I .
.-Dr. U A. Hinilli' Anthony, Mtw>ri.W. .
% .t: '. tI. MoeetaudD. 11. Inhi.I .

President UOARD.... huiinr OK: TRADE. tH&P

;. Vice l'nablenl-it.\ A. NVcalheri.Hecritarv .

I r Board of(\Vm.lovenwn-A Kox. I'. Men U C. :JKhein- tm.4H *<< B
aver, Jno. t'. Dunn, i. 11. Uvinintou, .B. ,.A.Wealhen. .
+ \\m. Kin and t III. W. Mo<>.iy., :


Prnidrnt-C. li. Wilmer. c
: iHiluiuil.Swietary .
Vlwj 1'rI'8ldf'nt.1.:
and TreaHUrvrlx. FOl: )
Ihuirdol IJ1I'C'Clur.-J T. incHntcr.' lease Rte I
rtenn I. Brown Kluhd, A. E.; leloutwt,111. 1).
;;\ Wharlai and t. 1'. liurlonl.; J .
/ '
Ca|>taln-4.KMI. A. r-- 8llh."lnotl.teutclI&btH. \,'
.. K. Mi'Council. '
8econd Uc'u.c'luml-I'. K.: 111111ame.Y .
Forty MeniUr ir t

,: Chief-T. H FIRE Uncaoter.Fortinan COMPANY.. 1 ...' .,..
-Maurlce Khrlnauer.Hn .
awiUlani- .Juts Yolk
Second amUUiit.U.Marnhall.' l. 44
Hooretanr-J. 11 Mallen.a .
Twenty-Ove inembtni.. .

Prc..Ilent-AIratn, I'alnier .
f Foreman iUutclU Twenty nieuvliera.TULULA-WlUi KkhardMin.lUnls.A .

LODGE, NO. aa, I. O. O. K.tlMeeta S

every Tutwday eveulnic];

W.II. (hallle' N. U.t. .
VI. U. I'hlllliiH, Hrcretary..All
.. I r
: vkltliiK brolbera cordially Invited ,
1,, OCALA CHAPTER NO. 13, R. A.I| M. 1

S. Ocala Chapter" No. IS, R. A. M. Convocation
r fret Monday night In every month.
II. W. IXING. u F.


.: The Disciples hold Sunday Sehool and aortalcrvlcta .... ..
bunday moriilnit at AKIIOW'I ball: ''
also preaoliuiK every+ at nlirht at regular I hour, amiprayer .j..A..T. W. .LO.T..T.
mvetliiK every \udnentla night All are ; T"ATO\\ LOT

Invited. LOOK !
.- PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH I you 1 FOR : -- .2 l

KEY. \V. 11. OoTWALi), 1'aitor. tHO
aNd 7 r. ii. I'itndaySthool I $25.OOr. I $25.00. I
Fatlth at 9MI Mrvlctt:: i A, \\w1netnlay at 11 A M. *>'vnliiK locture ........................ .... ..................... ...................-.1.. d
at .SO.: heatl 11'1 he pnblluamllntly Invited< ------ -

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; EPISCOPAL CHURCH. :::PIf; 1s f (.Ol) ".'1,1, :R.IS.OPEN..1'O1( J f l { 'I ;1'y"ii'15; A'Yg iTONLY": ::::'"'' I. nt.a

Ida C. 11. W'ILK ILK, Hector. .-... :...... ..,..: .... ... : .....:..,.TH....................,,............ ...:......-..............HTTho ...,... ...
Services ev/rr Sunday at 10u::! a, in, and 7 p.
i ii
m., ilandard time OfaUfroo Hfluiol
11'i at 8 p. m., W.11 Chetutwrlatutluperluteudvut! I I | _._ .- -
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: u lint! in the lieu New Semi-Tropieal addition( to the City of Ocala Anderson's new addition
Ml1lnulil'tltn.t1t, i in
The Itta1irtRt'ry to buy rllC't'rit'lI.II adjoiiiH the t'\Ili.TI'upit'all\ | Kxpositiou: grounds. Three hundred! lots now offered at 825 each, for thirty days
plate KACIIAHIAB your l'wl1rittor| only. Tho property 1H'lt'\ah'tllHul: overlooks the city. South street is now being graded to the property, WEIHFT

d 3UU\ 'clm The proposed' :: "tlUIIIIII)' line," when completed will add UK) per cent to the value of every lot. Lota can be

f paid for on the installment plan, if di' ired. No commissions\ no agents ; buy direct from owner. The editor

I'OHt. of the llvNNKit will select lots for non-re.identh. "(Jet in on the ground floor." Plat can be seen at office of -LEADS IN 'lIEWatclll -- 1

A Gobriiu blue cloth capo, at tliu 01" II. L. Anderson, or address. L. Anderson, Lock Box 125, Ocala Fla. 1
era lloutui last ni ht. finder Hill\ '
1"aat Montetuiua lloU-l. I tell Iv 2t: \ Jewchl I
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The tltirat IUKnutt"unit Ix>lt Nursery.t' variety of orange Fair Trade THE OCALA HOUSE.

t: trees for the least luoiiej:, to be had! of LINEI0 !
J. W.JLF.: H. \1'Alrg.. DEFIESFOUL I
wSfebtd. llelleview, Fla. I I
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_: Purse of hold "'un lut. WEATd l i

t4; purKei-ontauilng nuuibor of gold I Idotlan The Hotel of the ielrairlllg: a Speclalt0 )'. I.
wan found! at Hicliunlnou'! slaL Ae don'i: have to 'foe.e. wt-atlur' re i>ortiHe .- Leading City
1 Tbxiixlsy. Owner can have .alllt' don't have to IK e gatd. lu the IlxUt or
blee dark of the union -
< by properly: describing pro>Iwrty and paying t

t for 16feblt this notkt C. A. 4fUtxtt \. SnowDon't Floods -ANDUNSUII'AS. -(LOCATED os y WEST SIDK: or SQCARK 8m31.68)- mLANDJTITLBS


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.. of tbe Jumte't Court: ui Charl H. isle II
1. rlortdalntb Scare It--
of the reaf e FrightenUs.
Ju/the TtI rhu".t :
.4 iultorK.II. I\\' I.ItltAKKand S
.,": J, K.JOt.; !, have U-vlt-d ulbn| and w ill. I THE BEACON & ADAMS:!
on Us. Repainted Inside and Out I
Wednesday. 'ebrnau :20th, tHMI ABSTRACT COMPANY

In emit of Courthoune" d.'or in iV-ata., na. -A,D- 1S:711flJL.iCJ. -
houn of""III.U to hUhrM
vriihln legal Hail
l No 41, In the town of"ll-
of Block
for eub all I ],
laboter'c ; : 7f:uR7
under THE
f r Terln* MlUfy jud' iurnt JACJ&OCALA
t-;. .. fiherltf( Mariou Count, Don't Don't -
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Ftbruary ____ -
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Rattle Hurt --- -
E. B. ".'atDRS

i -THK- Us. US.W'HHYl" --- G. H. & J. C. PERINE

In ho City Resident
t Dentists.
Fluent Livery
--<)- IWoauM our good are onu .'bat.e atk for OCALA FLORIDA
them ibvauiw w. are alwas low priced and
BALKS STABLE rrople are ester. fur Mir bargain Soibln, .to I. FoaTu1I&1.\trulto : : : 1.Mt1u\n.MUO: .GU. I'\-n'ed.All branches R.oot.a of deutUtrr Teeth dUe.! and
-1' LEADING Ute crowd that trades a Uh : Seth. Art ,d&1llrl.crowned with rr.lalQ tp fOld 1 ,
1 .::aFLOIUDA.: from one coot to a Mllet.
trfotly Ertteiem
denUlUy 101
f... .' 1m Flag ROWELL. : I Iml1U1U 1'OOT1I fOWDU 4 lna4l.n.modera&e Price., -

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