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:
March 22, 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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OCALA, FLA., FRIDAY. MARCH 22. 1889. ,-

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the article in yesterday's daily HKMI-TUOPIOAIj KXI'OHITION, IN OCtVLA.He / .

( ,, tyl. Yl1TL1'j> kCUy lidltor, Captured but not a Prisoner," it appears OCALA, TIIUUHDAY- APRIL 11. .

we were misinformed that it was The l>*,'. Program. will Visit Our Semi-Tropical on CITY 'OFFICERS,
Joe Small
Oo'&nden' not the slayer of Northern .
and pet a box of 5-cirnt Bill," who was captured by Porter Hull, Nine a. m. 1st.-Knight and Page e His Return hem Cuba f '"< Mjr< r-lr. Thow r. nary

,, cigar* /or |J1' -1__ but a darkey who was wanted in Palat- assemble at the Ocala Ilouhe and elect We are rejoiced to be able' to My to the ('lent-N nh.I-. A.<:. K.llnllockM 1111.. \'

"Y* don't too call on "Y" the jeweler ka for murder, and that it was night and Judge. that : k (Collector'. IV (,* readers of little
our daily j II'n'ei-
'. jiK. dsfebtd darkness<< brooded over the earth when 2nd-List by Secretary toJudlE's -1>. K.: Mder.TruMurf .
who immediately lots dent Cleveland will visit our SemiTropical r-K. R.1'lllowdf'n.
the negro, who was riding behind Porter decideby frrnMrnt of l'ounctl--Jno. F. Dunn.
I :' '. Florida! .weather: In earnest. Just t oo. Hull slipped his (pistol from Hull's belt and announce the order in. which Exposition on his return from Cuba, IVxtrJof AMeriD-J. F. Ihiaa. K. W. Agnew,

i ,. ": .... LI and dealt him a foul blow.If the tilts are to be made. <; ami that the people' of Marion J. T. Ijinciwtor, John A. Rowell, K. U Root, K.O.
'of had said in 3rd!-Mnslc, in front of the Ocala we hope Hmlih, II. W ('hall<1ll'r.1. Brown and W. O. Marshall ,
we yesterday's daily .
i. Governor.\Ar P. K. Safford has Bent! and surrounding counties will be in
Howe[ **
that where assembled. ,
Captain R W Daviaand R. L. Anderson 1IIt&rlln"l..tor-W. T. Kin,.
r-, Berne,elegant views of Tarpon Springs Esq, represented Tie deftutdents 4th-Knights. mounted in costume, Ocala in matte tu receive and greet him COUNTY OFFICES
and vicinity for exhibition at the Semi
+ in the ease of Clark \s. bouthern' Express form in line by twpt and headed by the The following telegram: to President County Jiidxe-Klrbitnl McOonithy.

: Company, and Captain' McConnell 1 band march to the lint/ .) t Wilson tolls it ow'H'story t\uiuy ricrk--U. A. Miller,
't..Je.'PtalD Marcotte returned (from his the plaintiff, we would have b en correct Ten a. m. oth-After music- informal SherttfKTIIIUm I *.
WIHTIM PANIC, ria March 21, 1H! \9.leti .
.vtelt ao. St. Aujuatme last evenin and now BO flat it. till by the KnIKbt ,( ? A..NIOI'-J.: C. Mulhtwt. .
Collector-It. T.
m Cltra.TreMurcrM.
"Vhither betook in the Hospital Fair The case of Oliver B. Hogan. vr C. M. bth-Music! v
',, Mad. grind dance Brown, was decided} yesterday afternoon 7th-Knighte form in front of Ju ges' s thank ou our you return for'yoiK from 1".Uoo.Cuba. W.aatla..l and will yjrht vlnlt.Ov ;;iilont of I'ublle InMniotlon-U. U

or'. by the jury in favor of the fofmerT eland and,have brief address. Uao'Ea CUtvtufp.It rane; Flemington.' :
ii'.b FuII-- ; S County I f'nmmlMilonfr. W. W. P.
\ visiting Tarpon Interest to day centers in'the' of 8th-Music, during which Knights U( tong/ '
case will thus tw seen that Ocala I o be Tnmiham/M. II. Kou, 1'. t IVrrtn. W. 1 \U- .
:" on nrofeinional business. The Elizabeth Jackson!. Mrs. Julia S. Dais' form at reseat head of the lists.' honored as she ban never been beforeIt llante.n. I '
(la a ekilled dentist and bia wray ley, and W. 1'. Haisley. It is i knout in Eleven ". m. The Tourney begins by will be the biggest and! .proudest day The In County UatniulHulonr: mvt-t the Oral Mon.
day month.
,J I. '..::. .. ,in. request legal- par If nee as an ejectment easy," the Marshal .calling out the first Knight, in her history, and let us do all In our Meats every BoardE.. U rrlii., 11. T. Wartmana
: : and the contest! is whether Mr.. ElizbeX'i who makes one tilt, and !Is followed 1 power to make It pleasant audlUt'mor. M. H. MC T. A. K. IrifUn. >'. U ImrUoo.8rh .
.. 'i :"...l special attention of our people Jackson who in years yone bye, owijJd l upon call of the Marshal, by the remaining able. l U
o seta,, of furniture made from the }Jot in rear of 1>. \f, Agnew A C :Ts I Knights in the order adopted l, Mr. Cle\'elanll.wm be accompanied by COUNTY BOARD OK HEALTH.

w}tFumlture( dlqoolia and ash by the Gainea- store and facing First South street, I leap each making one tilt, after which the Mr. Bayard, Mr. Dickinson and Mr. 1'rpnlAent-Dr. Y. P cury.

'/';:1" 9 -Company. ing to the Exposition second and third tilt are made in the Vila, late members of his cabinet, and Neoretary.l4p1.: J>:;. I\, Klclmri1*>n.
1ter whether the tax titlAjis good andJi". same manner and order. Governor Fitzhngh Lee and staff of Virginia UwmUTK-rDr. DMUnllti, AuthunyIMetrt;) *. .
} Jt.1Ir> ; Weatherford.of Key; West, M.B. Mudcr and V.:U.: Irvin
j,"." baa contributed cocoanuts growing in fensible to Mr. and Mra,'I1ail'll1. (4 4ta\ lOth-Music.1HH The exact date of the coming of BOARD .
's buothes, for which he has the thank ort tintuisbvd abdbrilliaotarptygf\ legal -Three tilts having been by these distinguished citizens will be givenin PrtKlJctit. .V Dunn ,
.the $Exposition man agement. talent,w! tlje..honoreil names aitacbed' each Knight, the Knights assemble at the columns of our "little du ly.". Vlqe4hsldcut-D. \\cathcni..
plainly, show,are conducting; and ple ling 'the Judges'stand and hear the announcement tteeretarwwl"oi.: :
y... The 1:55 p-m--pa.'ifIe'I't'r: :: train on the the cause ofHiie respective prt -. r by the Judges of tho general re- At Home. .JMr. 1i<1IU'6 olhlvemore-A. I'. Man Jr. C. ;Kh ln*
": A. >F.S. B. R. was made several hours late for plaintiff, R-X-r AndersonBullock.. T. T. Munroe and! his beautifuland Wcalhen. \\m Fox and 5,11'. Moody
}f: by the burning of a wood rack some six Burford, Captain. MuOonnell and Colonel: I 15th--Music. .
charming bride returned t ( their LOAN
rt.{ \ miles nortlcof the city. Tha fire crossed Badger I -for defendants, Judges King aod .t 13th-Tilt? to decide ties In the com to Atlanta rom BUILDING AND / SSOCIA,4 -
honeymoon trip
'<' -'' the track and the train had to wait until Anhby, of Gainesville, andMIIIerdkgpencerofou -, for prices. One tilt for each yesterday, .TION.
1, are comfortly domiciled! in their
'it bubsided. n bai. I'ienty of property tawn having made a a tie. l.t.II'ellWilmer.; .
cozy new country villa, several miles Vice i'restdent-i3, lluluuuat.
ners are on the qui rice for the veMiotidtthis 14th-Music. south the .
ol and .
city. Trt'"ulfr.-I.llul. Pox.IhMiritoi
,10 r Mr. Allen Gibson; the coming young important case loth; -Final decision of the' Judges 1'I4"'I"I.r7 I II n'\'t"1'1J., T. 1,.nraittr. Isaac Nis S

'. 'man of Grahamville, and son of the :ifemiered. Knights and Pages being as- ((t'n. O. O. Howard is visiting Savannah i Uttni. I. hrowu 11. KUbcU A. ... O"louclt,1 U. V,
Governor Fleming and the Social i cliarlM and K. A. Jiurtont.oCALA .
:F'" "Murat of the Uauing Ocklawaha, General enabled aiound the Judges': stand. .
.:; Charlea Gibson was in town todaynd Clubs S T, Delivering of the prizes. ._ RIFLES. '

) reports everything serene in ithat. STATE OF FLA., ExcrrnvfOmcK I '* ; 17- lu*ie during which" the success; The 1y2.'>0 premium Awarded and .alll (:.t.'o-O".A.| hash .

:,' classic neighborhood v TALLAHASSEE:, Mar. 1C, '89.,./ tfbl Knights select the Queen of lave, to lAke county, w\1I\ bo used by the citizens Second Hrkt Mi'UtcnmlTK.. U., MtCniinell..
l.ieiiinAflt- E: \\IHUmi
I 1 r that {
'and of
it -> J Beauty, and her Maids of Honor enterp izingmunty to con,; I 1 "1'.0" .
,IV There wijl) be Mass'in the Catholic \VnEREAs;Article of Aseoctation.are'freolutfitly Mvuiticri.
laud bring: them (orwarlJ'to the JlltlK lime their exhibit at our hxjiositlon: *' .
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y .church Sunday at.10 clock' standard presented to the Secretary, tand. which will he increased and I beautified. : FIRECOMPANY.ItleitiT .

",rs' time, also Monday. The Catholic chur6h State to be filed in his olQce, apparently Crowning the Queen. Lake is determined to carry otf the hnn.01'1I. .ii-1)Maurice Unctxtcr.Forem Hhtlnfuer.KlTKt .

r : ./I." '' will celebrate the feast of the Annunetatiorf to incorporate social clubs for lawful j>nr- I 19th.Music.20th aIIIoII'(4I1..I.. Volt

!, (;., of the Ble*ed Virgin. Mass MonT posesnbuteomplainthaebeen made. U. Marshall.
1': day at 6 o'clock Father Bottolaccio, of8t.'Auguttine the design bf such clubs i is to violate'or the carriage and proceeded( by the Prof.'hitner will delivers lecture tonight Hvrrmry -J*h nieiuU'it 11. MallLlt.Tweiityrtv :: ..

otticiatlpg. .- < evade' the laws of this State concerning band and under the escort of their on "Agriculture" at the Exposition : HOOK AND i
.ra'J't:--- J.f the sale! intoxicating: liquors. Noticeis Knights and Page proceed through: the building.. Prof. Whitner is a member BLADDER COMPANY.

; ):: F. L. Hull, of Boston Mass renresetif-:: hereby given to all whom it may.concern principal streets to the Public Square, of the college: of 1'rofos.sors of the Komnaii-Wtlki'ratdr -Al.ram Menu.Palmer.

.', ing the Eastman Freight Car defiler Co'- that before any articles ofintorporation where the procewion disbands and all Agricultural College at Lake City ; haw AMlKUiilWrlUKUbardsnu.,

\b&t made the BAKNER a pleasant (&U.lastJ of'any alleged social club1 or'as participants devote themselves to general given i a !great. deal of stun V to the agricultural Twenty UKIUUT, j-* ,

St,f evening. It is said to be the best rind sociation of like character shalf he filled l recreation.Eeittht' products, soils and |1"issibiiitte' TULULA LODGE, NO. ai, I. O. O. F. .

'.-t" moat perfectfineana, of ventilating and in the office of the Secretary of State, It ;rand 1 ball at the Exposition : of farming in Florida and IIIH published!' IMeciaeveryTuesdayceeutngl.[ ) :
r r. heating a car for the trane'portaUoc of Mal) l>e required that a majority of the building. The Queen and works ou farming In Florida art received. W. H. {Cballle N. U.

fruit yet devised by man. stockholders of such club,,,t br associAtiyn Slaids lead off In the! dances as authority by all Florida farmers, He W. M. I'bUlltia, H !cft'iary.. *.
i i .> make _affidavit before 'some officer an- should havo a big. audience. All tutting brothers w>..l1alllInItUtI.

Social dancing every Thursday evening Uiorized to administer! oaths that theyare Special Itargairie.a -- ---- OCALA CHAPTER NO. ij, R. A. M.
the continuance of the Ex- Such'stockholders (bat such The Atlanta and Florida railroad'!,
during ; club or Ocala : .
We have this. day our books. CtiapUir, No. 1.1, K A.M. Convocation
,:1, position. All counties cart have on their, association I Is to be a social club for law- put Oil which is constructed from Atlanta to lint Monday nigh tin f'\'trYlnolllh.:
'' + county da)8, privilege of floor and music Tuf purjioses only that the same is not one of the beat bargains of the season, Fort'alley, (Is In trouble, and. the meeting 11. W. LOMJ.' K. r,
: .I as follows : of Ktockholdsrs held in Atlanta J. N. FkAim.HtrrvUryPRESBYTERIAN l
for a dance on a peatlon. designed, and it is not the"pur ,ol6! of the night
Eighty.,: acres of hammock land under before Lint did not ciictwd In CHURCH.luv. .
C W..CAMPBELL, Sr stockholder, Uf violate or .evade the planning
"'a1'QeperalManager. I laws of this State concerning the sale of full cultivation, orange, pear, peach and i any way out of Its present coinnlicHtimisTlie W. II. ltornsALU! ratior. a :i

intoxicating liquora. F. P. FLUUNU, plum trees one of the best truck farmsin bonded debt( the road isfl (lotVk' (0.I: Habttkth wcrvlovn al II *, M. and 7 P. M. Xu'idav >r
l\It.'n<"L.--i;; Clark' {is the; Governor. the Sate. Good-two story house good The construction' eompiinv owen f.'Viu'iO:)' /" ( Krhool'at tf:jo *, M?; TVrtliitwUy: cvoiilnir;1 Imluriat7.
Secretaryof : .
the Ocala Compaojr, and not HichardC. l' water and out-hulidings, $!t1(1 h as are and about $,-cM'fMO() ) ) of Niibwriptions' bar Hfalifrve, Thu puMlofordUlly lu"U..t. -
I Fruit and \- rfarket.Reported found on a well regulated farm nix miles EPISCOPAL CHURCH.HER.
Clarkas! announced., in our issue of been tt|>ent. The present emergency of ,
I; Wednesday. Mr. C. lias been in the em. [ by G. S. Palmer, wholesale from Ocala near railroad, only $3,2K( the road m debt of 1a)(1)NNI',( to Drexef, C. n, VMLMIK, Kector.H .

ploymenfof Messr:E.\\'!-'.' new A Co., commission merchant in FruiU i land (1000' cah, balance one, two and three ;Morgan and I Company, which was due ervtrws every Sunday at .
Produce 166 Reada street N. Y. years ut 8 |*T rent Watch this a.l. and last Monday The : a m.. and 7:151
in positions responsibility and trust ] ,. question prt''f'ntt'.ltothH m standard Ouie. rkats rue sun' ;"lsy Wi-hiwl
when missed you will know it has been 'kholdf whether' at 8 p. m., W H. (;
of and stands in H CM rtt in they Khali hawtrrlalniiutwrluwuleul.
for a number years high NEW YORK, March 19, 1880. ,
sold than look for another. '
out ww are allow tine road l to be sold shall brace -- "-
the esteem of the members of that firmas Florida oraaccs continue only in moderate or
well as .all who know him. lids alto supply and rust; in the hands of keeping a few special bargain" back. it up to meet present emergencies.: At n TRA VELER'S GUIDE.
TIIAVKK, HAIRLEY' A Co. largely! attended l meeting hi Atlanta lastTiietiday .
clerk of the Oeala ITnU 4j. the commission merchants is held at .
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: firm priers. Several thousand boxes today Arrival at Our Hotel night some of the stave kholilerit Scbedule of the S. S. O. A G. R. R.
SeintiTropt-al lj; were in favor of an sasessment.. of 2;t
The Exposition and the principally speculator's fruit, mere IKT Arrlv (from jIJUUMUUI\I ....... i
MONTEZUMA .. .... ,,... '
March 21J. A. Chris tent while others dotililethvir 11:4r:
OcaU Companies have 1 iniued an elegant sold in the auction roomAflowrr prices proposed to heat e (>c"U for i lloiUdM Ss... .. .. 's
fonr-ragefo lder and Mr. I* U. Eicnenaubisdistributing generally than an private Hale, which tian, Mia Lou Christian, Alabama ; T. J. original' NUhsiripUoiiaand' |IIIHI) time lu-tiirniiiK. at......_...................,..... tr.I1 CiAII:! A r I e(
,< I them in Jacksonville, has' had a depressing etlect 611 prices to- Knight: W. H. Gray, Charlotte Harbor ; road l to home |IMlft. No deflnnte nitionwai Leave <"'1.lit f..r lloiiKwa-an at....... ..... t:to t M.

a StAugustineandotherpointaintheState. day, but trust however: it is only temporary John 1* Canny, Lake Wtlr ; K. B. le- taken and another ineelinx will'lsn. .. F, C. & P. k. k., (Old 1'. k. ft N. Line
Muro and wif F. (G.; I'arnell held ,)
This is the.uay to fill up the town with } as the oHvrmgfi even at auction, Tompkins next Tuesday night f Schedule.ieiiyvr .
visitors and Mr. Kichenianb is. the right tan only be small from his villa ; F. J. JAi.411"rre and wife, and two . boom it for all it is worth. His time. Fancy Indian River selling maids, MIM Viola (Laqherre, Miss Clara ATTENTIoN:: ItlsItGA1N IIUNTI':1tNFor i'Ight I' norUi, bound;, ..._..1s=is" r r a

c good: work is already Ml. Ocala is get. to day from }:f.50 to (4 per box; In linen LM/jucrre, Fraaris; iA'{Uerre. Robert l I.a- ----- Frelgbl N'th" to. ...............-. Ylira I .
ouerrNew Yn/kt John W. Creghan, Kale ui a Great Sacrifice. w.s., ..... 1-4'i: r r .
ting along in good shape. f3 to f3 iO. Other bright U 50 to 2.75.. scam Itvl'/IILJ. .

v.' -- Rna-et worth from *2,25 to f2,75. per Louisville M. I R. Bacon;;'A 111m L. iibson U. McConnell, irahamville Jacksonville ; Throe counter scales; I platform stile rUllfl"tr arrtrw In Ocala..... ........:r ; -'; t
Advofatt : '' AKrelght
Methodist Christian is to ftN) :3 "
The weighing pounds show cases A .
box.The l of ; l>r. G C, Harris, ; Citra; W I H. ; ; I .. .' ., .. .-.11:10: I(
be from the office of Pratt receipts beans and dozen Ames' shoveN and! '
published peas today, npadiwAdozen; ""*" '" "' I.U: A t
Morton, Oconee ; I... ,It. Thompson, Miss Canuii: .. ball, ruth titnud. ...... ... Snorth
Brou. A Company, Leesburg. and they when choice sold for ffi per crate; Inferior hammer handles,; 1 walnut table; :3 hang a .i' ?" l ? ,
promise that it will be as handsome and |2 to $3' Toma'oes |2.50 woo f3Kgg Thompson and maid, Brooklyn. ing lamps; 2 00 )gallon oil tanks. The Yo,.. Uoraika, l>Town llckeiAleut. ,1:41: r r twotu tF

attractive as new type new rollers, fine : plant f4.fiO i to |3. Nettle' [ above was bought' with an adjoining S. R. R. Time
press, good paper and skillful workmencan !Strawberries; continue In light supply ajt'on1'March; 26.lebatl store will) .jtii>ck. Address Table. .

make' it. Knowing\ what' a handsome and fancy, well colored lorries bringing \ a t lcaant call this morning A. N. J. MrKF.NNIfJ. ao xa.

paper the Cbmmm-wl we expectto (rem 60c. to 75c. per quart; inferior IK) ,t4.> from MrJI. II, N" wsom traveling agent": 22mch d''t wl Station, Fla. Pyieiiger a".!". I lu, IJc .1&.I.M. rrrclght

see marked Improvements fn the appearance 30c. of the Nettle (jujU!) Company, and I who' -- ._- -- .. It.. .. 'I ..:.'Yr"......'.'.''wt,, ..... I(
of the AJmratt.' intoriiid Uuit lh brilliant 1tarQalna In Ite.li1ricp. Lots It I ", ;" 11\0.\ I(
DIG SPIt1AD AT.UOMOSASSA. u star of the ..._......_.UJ6.; .

-- .. dragUoataga williippear in the Marion I Persons desiring ),upinea or rt'tiiJe/we MOUTH towns.

The four Sicily lemons displave at A Delighted Kioanton Party. Opera' OtJLoIeoh iTumiay, March 20th; lots adjjceut to the public\ \ Kjuare., 'hand-: Passenger./ arrives? In Ocala..?...,...r... 7.Iii A r FftM X
the Semi-Tropical are from Mrs. Hainea. for one night bnly. She will recite futrtuof I .. """-.12:10'::
wHn" tii' will\ cull I'r.J&M II.
of O-K-eola! county and hare attracted Mr. A. P. Mann Jr.._ibe tJUble tenI I ,?Itotneo and 'Jnlret t and School forSca'tdal I Paul Jones at office property or Bullock on& .. ? .. ...............,..._..._......_. t-30. r

marked attention the largest weighing eral manager 0( the, :$: .'4$ & G..It..It, and will render entire; (iill ert's : Burfo/d, owner, llvea in Texas, will be .. ww 1204 N
and one-half pound Thev were save a magnificent enterlpmglwutye4ter comedy .of "SweetheartThe; '
pretwf I' in the city for one week from ( : forwarded totherecr4tuyby bit brother day at &.hel, kuiou\ Heaks of)'M IKS (iuiati In high'terms, '* can now t.argun.V; H. E l YONpt, tt C).. Thv Ocal I'lum

Mr, II. R. Clarke, and who has. manifested Major Sherman" (Jonant, r f. the Florida -. ') < ,.-, .-i ..i T ......"DPt secure a ..18ptarpICtwltFor IJf'ra. Call' and i examine tMr One stock

much Interest In our enterprise In Southern Railroad Mr.,.-Wellington/ '::9 Tourft"pu..t.I&rt.. .- .... and get ItOfJlJ work at renns' 9"tll pride ''

.'. forwarding exhibit from varloa partiesin the sauue- road Mr. J.f)tropiiar o/ the The"1xpbeitrop managements. determined sale by a gentleman why Is I leaving d3ltiedm: 1 ': r

Oceola ,county, for which the management Southern' EiprettH: Company, Mrt B .,. to tn kefcfho"t'>urnaruentone of this five
tender their sincere thanks Weather. of the firm nf,K. W. Af new A the tnowt;"'attractive' days of the I:1llwsl: shares in the country Florida, Produce.fully .paid Manufacturing up Lenten 8orvluei. ,

.' Co.'and Mr. U, W. Wilson the popular Uon' ant)J'II,large number of people will ? Company, Leenburg. Add roes There wilt{ l l.e enters 1 Service at Orace .

A wide awake young man at Fant president of the Florida Internationaland be lathe city to wltnew It tne Htcretary at LeMarchlWt. bpiMcopal Church on Monday, Tue

elite, Mr. Morgan Dixon, son of John &asl-Tropical 1 Exposition; Company. The following prJzM are ofiered' : ) and Thursday afU-rnoon at 4.3O; ( nTn a1 .f

", Dixon came to this county twelve The party war conveyed to Homoaassa : First pnw>-Ooe hundred dollar* In ------- amp nl1"WecJuc iJay ap..FrLJay."eqings "

r'' years azo with his father. and at that on a *f'cial cr, and a, inagnlficent gold: HalrDQUa $ahCI", and 7.30. s eeMM .' .
but small chap!a boy, but nab and 'oyster. dinner' awaited them /.. J"llTrSSLl11'11
4 time was a fSeooa,) price-Fifty dollars rn golJ The finest !V ,
DQW be is the, possessor of CO acre, of which/was prepared with special pains tree for the an leant tt'oAey to be bad o/
land and a handsome little! .ran grove br CboC.Williard. the Delmonjco the Notice toPlremen. steamersja1t Ye Palatfca
of which Gotfcoast eectiom*'After the sabstantialswere A J.:W.A P.; V. WAITED. for U,. OckUwaba -
of 600 trees, a good portion are very ImnorUo meeting of the Fire .8( btd. Silver
bearing, and a nursery of about 200 tree finished there was a sound of"bottlnd Company will take place this evening at _Belleylew, 11*. Springs dally except Sunday "at ten ((10)

t from Iwo Ion four year old and also a artillery... wit and eloquence, and All the members without The lied )JlagnolU ftreet/U o clock a, mretarninff, /leave 51(per .I
spring of free stone water on bU place today the praiaee*'of General Manager exceptions must be, present. BuslutM the SPringe dally ncept ) .J
so look out young girU, here is a chance Mann arson the Up of all the member of a very serious interest to the welfareof place to buy II. ZAcnAaiAS your groceries. of train from Ocala, .fondar.UdooftSiS

'" "*v for a h11lband.'f of the par\)". the company will be discussed d SIdeclm.l Proprietor Ill. II. 1.. lIAn. .

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,t Biz Three.Per-" Month A nnnm Month Subeorlptlon.,. ,-a--"-,- .-"-- .. -Rattts_".- ..,,. WOO.2 1 2S.A- r,, t'j 1 347f t fi-fifilr' "..'".. Lt1kOS1dVOHOW'hi !

Only a Private.No O.

F [ more appropriate occasion could I hi
be presented, perhat* for ',' ,
publishing the .
So. Lake Weir
y' following poem which was written by ,; :
Captain! F. W. I>aw on. a few days before ,
1 he left Virginia to seek a home in South CJt t
Carolina. It will appeal with peculiar ......r. .. \l la Sixteen miles south of Ocala, ; on
tenJernewiatthistimeto the old Con. high bluff overlooking the whole

F federate soldiers, with whom he fought .... ," of "Beautiful Lake Weir."
80 -:: t -
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Only a private!I"l It Ja.eIle&of gray t .. HCKS M.E TRAINS '
It stained by the smoke and the duet; LV1f4a-. ;
.. At Hazard, he'i bran; M Kution. he'l gay: Fine
Reckleftla. Boating, Sailing Gunning
"- Murat In but of the fray'
L' But In Uod hU only trim I and Fishing
A II '
'-F Terms $2:50: day. Reasonable ,
Only a private t to march and to light, per
.' To uffcr and \
starve and be strong; "
with knowledge enough to know that the might '" Rates by Week or Month. 1
Or justice /
and truth and freedom and right, .
In the end muni crush out the wrong Address! I I .

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+ Only a private I Ino ribbon or Ur. Manag-tS! | \
Shall gild with false glory bill name I I. Idle of Park Avenue Hotel,N \York, and Clitf \ i Ii
No honor for him In braid or in bar. ton louse Niagra Falls. j
L 1 flux Legend of Honor li only a tear, t ---- .---, l
I' And nil wound are his roll 01 fame. RATES fa50 TO$$\ER DAY. '.

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r Only a private I lone more hero slain Open All Yr.e :
On the field lies silent\ and chill f
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r; t And In the tar !tkwlh: a wife prays In vain / ; 1 ----- -----t
One claup of the hand she may tie'er clasp tea In ,t' : \ I
r One kin from the IIJII that are still .P S ) < .I'' l. ) T

Only a private I there let V.him sleep I .Jo '4: T4e e DnaIa GmpaIUJ{ h I i ir II

He will never know tablet nor none; CJ 1
'. For creep the mone .nd vine o'er hi* grave will A %

!'+ } And at ulgUt the tan througfl) the cloud will V flXCOItPOltLTJED
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peep V
And watch him who lieu there alone. 11V
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Only a martyr! who fought\I and who fill V Z tt
} Unknown and unmarked la the trite I CAPITAL .STOCK. $00,000.00.
e J' But mill as he lie In bU louely cell :: ,; ." "
\ Angel and Hirtpli the legend "shall tell- --L..!
Buth a tenth 1 is eternal. lift-l ls. !
Richmond, \'a,, lx tulier:J.f. 10LharUdou I
"r .ynae anti (Courier, 1"' y nuns COMPANY II no", ,)arM to aell Btoek.
dated Iou 40xlOO feet from'I upwards. and 10- ( I
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'Iq at the "West End" I
Bellevlew Blade Parties
,, ._ G t.. One Share: of tol ODe Hundred pueghaaing -
llellovlow'N J ..hlblt.llellovlew' ." II 1 Dollars via bt git>m ten consul tub 4Oz100 fed b
exhibit at the bemiTrojncal particular calpon or addrcaGoiS.

Ea; Exposition IH attracting a good: share VV I .n.,.'-- l'Iu'o,
4, Xo.I Marion BID. OCAI.A. FLA. .'
of attention. They are aa follow ; Imd.w 19febV.

..: Box of lettuce abd Btraw berries' from t-. .'

+t I'. 11. Walter A good' display! of arrowroot 4 V IIVrrV r ,
from Mayor A large t
handsome gpoiunen of cassava from Mr.

--"KirnTU'A 'magnificent beech of-Wat ...- '- .WrrlI
Pomelo home large -- .
ter'H turnipn from :
W. W Mason. An ESMJX 11}'bnd mjuahli .
'". : ,? rained by'C.C. Hart and havtatrd in f 1 > I 1. '. ,

r; 8eptemtJcr.18S8, Ac, Ac. t. t' RtI I
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I C The., fruits and juliea put up; by the I J''I'I' .hJ :ji'f :'
tILe' hief attraction and t t ;1. f'
V lad i** tu are cans of 1'urplo wild plums in if H i .. jo' I '' f J" !r I e1 O ,

':t from :1\1.-8. J. A Galiord; one canjellow .
.. wild plu1"8 and one can of l preserved '
} e fira from )lrK. A. ll. Brown; one cars LIN
blackberri08006111; of letnuuprusercra: ;
yellow wild I plumsunecan
one can of of
:. sweet orau,,*> uutruiumue auit a tan 01 -
''V \?' pickled onions lrom Mrs, I- Knight; --- 0Repairing -- i

r: one can preened HKH, can ytllow wild : a 1a i
t ;t' trout Mrs
fltraWLerrlt\1t -
plums! Jar '*

.lt' of i'cnlleld.';wild\\ ; plum can I Preserved Jelly ln'/ >citron ui :Mrs\ and }a O".:1a.sM wUrook TOWN- LOT r T fAT'OWLOT I > -0-- tLOCATED

,,; can preserved l strawberries| front fA- L"0 (J--( 1 -( ox WKST Su\ H
.. '''Ill Mrs I): It Dana;; two cairn orange marmalade FOiL :: : FOB
il". from Mrs I :M L HanieN; glass of I -
2500. I .
tfutw of $25.00.
".v.. soar anire oran, oiftrtnerladtf'n jirt'servt's from Mrs. iwtut'IhornasParks or- .............= .. ..: .... .. -.-.......... -- petal\ \
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'" and four glat-MH of wild plum LAND '
Mr. Sara K. Hart. .... TI1 S1
.... jelly The from preserved fruit and jellies/ ::3'1;-111S T'j'F'I( !'l fff'<(< sl.i i Ul'LN.; ,,1;'Oltu-'I1t f -' [;1'Y =ll.XVs.1T.ONL----: :

t' among the beet' on exhi .ution are .--.-.................................-..............,.....--.---...-........ ...-...- ...........--..-.-.-.....: L 1'v.: .

: Mrs KHtfht'Hfinitrj' M artistically arranged THE"DEACON & \1__
I' with ferns and rtxk from (thoL
big. cave west of town. Her switt gum AB3TBACT OX)1TPA
table is the! only tiling of the kind) we Tho first in the field I New Semi-Tropical additio u ale City of Ocala 1 Anderson's new.addition \

1\\ saw, and I is very liatulHotno adjoins the Seini-Tromcal Exposition grounds. Three hU now offered at 825 each, for thirty days -1-I \

ladies The fruits and tine jellies! and show put up bthe only. The property is elevated and overlooks the city. t\ .street is now being graded to the property.. lf 111E PLA CE10 GET T\\ \ j

are very ladies unphalUCAlly The proved "dUIIII1I)' line," when completed, will)) add lM cent. to the value of lot. Lots
that our an encrnetu. Ihe every can be -1-1Ornnt
fruits are I labeled I with fancy labels in I lurid for on the uihUllment plan, if desired. No oommissi it ho agents ; buy direct. from owner. The editorof .

," colored ink, the dtMgiiH ol Sir Arthur i the BAHNKK ill)) select lots for non-residents. "Get in ole ground floor." Plat can be seen at office of ,, : 1; (: OCALA Horsi

1 Keed. II I.,. Anderson, or addrtws II L. Anderson. Lock Box 125: :ala. :Fla a. .t / '
The handsome Pl|"HH inn'us of 1tl'1I1U811' .. aJWm
ship neatlv eiuiu;(Hlui a llanalaOinH| ('al\'t'.1 '
frame made by Mrs K: I ii.: Cointrse, Monp 1IIDS Foil UVAL.11ItUI HltllOOI.I : i1HE

I pi the thief: attractions of the II. I*I:--0.'JetTieR I IOUINTHATShAlU ; CALA HOUSE. E. B.
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Marion Jioolde I RICHARDSON
V tutlaty |>aitnientMrM li IIKRElIY : ) J
*. H. Walters has 'a i-1'>o<.ih en of ',\.\.fur e1'\\CU nlbe o.'al..JUwn: I't'hlXll Iutld. I _THE / 1
his famous >raJlt.\| \ fruit tree known asWaltei l:>KMilll tar rvcthed by the 1 ..icv tf the theta: I .
HUh Mchmil until April let. lN>'J. I'Uiii andxxlliratiou '
'i. J' llIE'lo. on exhiltition Livery
| now at the oRlce of T..1. I the City f\\
J( there U any tiling we have failed to .hU>uk. anhlttxt The I Iruatt'es reserve the : (
mention\ }L is \beraw, we did not see> it. UkeofnjtHtliiK) any or all 1.1 1<1*, Knixltfor ttaith- -0-
ful ptrtonuauii contrail to be Rl\ru t'nd lu The Lea Hotel l of the
The readercau HO by l|Jle above that MUU) K. P. lit'RYIS. I ng City LEADING
wearefairl>' represented at the r.xK)8i.: | Ihairmmi: l\n,,M IrunUti Ocala Khool ALES STABLE J
lion, but not represented as we should AtumM, hONHrrUr)'.
d web I 1.1.! !r5, IflaudlH. wit r
1'Btl. 8
be. This Is wur opiortnnU( and we -AND- f
should improve) it. All who have exlalrtlAivho ,

out 4h Uellovjew exhibit will( please
i leave the tuuiie at this office and we will Resident Dentists. : ARCHITECT AND
see that they are properly disposed. of .BUILDKR, ,

Baby ))4)'. OCALA FLOBIPA. I t !d l' ... DI'BION. $. AND ESTniATESOCALA ,

V j We want all tale' Oucasion\ innthtrs otMakin .All branch of dentistry. Teeth Oiled and Repied inside: and Out -. / I .-hrD.IIbed ogrdpplJatitroOrrfcx.BraIDasce : -
pounl7U1' rfpifjnUrJhe. fact that te.rAArtteic1.1 eNWON with p ro lala or gold ; ,; ]l
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F' next Thursday, March:"th. will be Baby "'NII1 Oil" ioiMUtoarall>et.
t'tncc.lrllnt-d+ deutMry at cbkleraM pnocxTUOTH t t.
-5 Day at the Kx: |*>.'ition, and to bring the rowota 4 -AND- COn.oce andJ31nhll.;
I ': finest and handsomest babies in their' -: '- arniTj :<41! ; f4 I IREFITTED I//I.' ., ; ". nomiI

hou"loM| i along\ irul display them to D, rru.H J4MI1CHACI0JCATMTV : lstlylaI.
thousands who w'ill be there to see them. J'U1.LA'R .CJT.U'J:; I ELEQANJ WRNITURE (
The aufcemful merchant and handsome I

smiling bachelor, Mr. Charles ..__ IJ.. BROXAW .
Rhelrladerones; ""+ prjxes ,two beautiful F'pecUl tttentlon rtTn-Crown" Bridgework, 1 I I I1
5 lace drew,', valued at f 100, for the two Ooldplatee, and all 0nt- laM oprraikra Mrtain- '
V prettiest babies.! luau th. Dental Art. Ua aJuiinintertxf lor the THE MARIONt000NTy {
palnleM eitrarthMi of Utb OOU In First INS AND NURSERYMAjq -:.
at-onal Bank QR gygr.g S
Buadlnc O t6tf llM
Dell hU' l Excursions: Dan,. .. ... .. .... > ,
r.y.y.y e.'''-- n
Qil'fr tp prfpn .and QckUwaha twit,r'V T"O oi'i1: ;, II. D 1(-
V i;. t tin i hatt. e I

.: for l1rallaB1yn *urtH0 jtrval of the .... t. ornuTOra PUBLIC A 112)0
j morning train from Ocala and returning rIniaaa LCD RCaeaoa.r or xuISgziAYYncyB 8TOC* 1fU

., ftU tlpgp.jor palaelgerto conner with IUMOU, Ha w A Gary- Bleak OCA.LJU I'a.-r i :8 :11L.: u.rUAYER.IllAJIL081DA. QJUfMWCL4UTT.
V .. 'i .Tenlngtrain for Ocala : 26 mile*-(arftt 4 .
iih0. Tweetyeema pees: 'rperteMe ta r1ari4'I .- .- .
.. ,> >ntOcaU and return, < d8fcb2mj aaa. ., ajl' 1aIl.1" '. -1- I
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In the article in yeeterday'a daily 8KMl'TIUll'ICAL KXI'HITU IN O LA.
Captured but not a Prisoner, it appears .
P st ,\Xl XUTJUNUKK.CUy l lltorrt --- ..
we were misinformed, that It was
"' The Dar's Program. He will Visit Our Heml-Troplc on CITY OFFICERS, .
not Joe Small the of Northern .
Go to Banden1 and get a box 5-cent Bill," who was, captured slayer by Porter Hull, Nine a. m. 1st.KnighU( and Pages His Return frtnii Cuba. t"*. '1 M&jor-Dr. Th..... F, O&ry '
cigars /or H. Clerk-(4. A. Hnllock.! \ -
a Ms, ; ,, =_ but a darkey who was wanted in Palat* assemble at the' Ocala house and elect We are rejoiced to be able to say: to the Manhftl-i'' :. K. 111)) (

: "Y"' don TOO call on "Y" the jeweler. ka for murder and that it was night and Judges. of little that "'III1e<'\or--lf'. I'. Un.lwiu. ,,
darkness brooded the earth when 2nd-List of Knights by Secretary to readers our daily Jfk president AmMmr-U, K. Mrl..r.Tn..ul't'rR. .
,i i :Ilk dbfebtd .
lots Cleveland will visit our Semi-Trop- R. Hnowden.fn
the negro, who WM riding behind Porter Judges who immediately decide4by tdentof'ounctWno. r. Dunn.IVvirJ .
:" ]Florida. .weather In earnest Just t oo.L Hull slipped! hill pistol from Hall's belt and announce the order Iu. which' r ioal Exposition on his! return from Cuba of AUernwn s r. IHiM. K. Vf. Art'j_w,

'. '" ,. and dealt him a foul blow.If the tilts are to be made '$, and we hope that the people! of Marion J.Smith T. LAiiciiMer., It. W t'haudler John A. How Browu ell, K and, U W.U.Root, Mar-E O. "
had said In 3n-\tulct: in front of the Ocala
we yesterday's "
Governor\.. P. K. Safford has c. and surrounding comities will be in shall.
.. sent ,
t House' where assembled' *
Davis R. .
that Captain R. W. and L. Anderson I I Sanitary In'llt'I't.or-\\| KIn<<
[eim9.elegant views of Tarpon Springs Esq., represented me deftuidenta 4th-Knights mounted t in costume, Ocala in masse to receive and greet him I COUNTY OFFICERS

ra4 vicinity fox exhibition at the Semi. in the raw of Clark vs. Southern'' form in line by tw9S and headed by the The following: telegram to President County JiMxe-KlrhftM MrOonthr.r .

& pkaL' press' Company and Captain :McConnell band march to the li"U..- ,, .a Wilson tells it ow:;*story : ,unir Clerk--P. A. MillM.SheritfK. .
'Captain the Ten a. m. t.h- Rt'r muster \informal T. wtltlams.
+ Marcotte, returned from his plaintiff we would hav been correct
March _
M'IMTIR TLA. 21 189.rrti
Patti A 'iMor-j. J.. :t4H" to' St. Augustine last evt'nin. and now BO state it. tilt by the KnighUoptionMl.( ) ( tei qf V* SemiTropical CxjioiiHii: ( -It. T. wutmann Cltra.
}hither betook in the Hospital Fair The case of Oliver B. Ilogartk. vs. C. :M. 6th-:Music. eK 1 Treasure m--8. U. File*.
ror'YQlH' and will
1 bank Tlolt.
:slid.$ dance. Brown, was decided yesterday afternoon 7th-Knights form in front of Judges'stand Oval to ou our you return from ilt-'Uon.Cuba.! Wf.n"" WKhL, Snperlntdndent, of 'Ilibllc !MLructlon-1L U .

.' .. by the jury in favor of the ror.o\,,.* and.have brief address. f UHOVXaClEVtLAYn.It Paue Oounly..f'oraraliwlonor Klemlnifton.: IIV.. W. PTrtiuhamf .
rIL -fa. Fuller' is visiting Tarpon Interest to day centers in'the CASO of 8th-Music, during which Knights will thus be seen that Ocala I is; (n be M. II. Icon 1'''. If, IVrrln tl. 1'. WUlUmiion. ;;
"'I on profrtMonal business. The Elizabeth Jackson. Mrs. Julia S. Hals- form at reseat head of the lists. honored as she has never been beforeIt !
"a skilled dentist and his Eleven The Tourney begins by The ;)\lnt' OomiulH.lonen mwt the Ant Mond -
'i serli ley and W. P. Haisley. It is knowq Inleml" a. m. will be the biggest and proudest i every
1itt.3Y 11M 47'in. .request parlpnre<< as an "ejectment cawff," the Mal'tlhall'aJ1iu!: out the first Knight in her history, and let us do all in our School Bo rd-K. E. K. T. \\'..rtm"nn,
e '1 ""J and the content is whether Mrs.Ell z be.1.l! who makes 'one tilt, and it/ followed power to make It pleasant and memor M. H. Mtwer, A, R. ( lIarrl'i L IJllr lJo. '
o Ali }. u;\W' t special attention of our peopled Jackson who in vears' !one bye, owi;'il upon call of the Marshal by the remaining 8rhMil UoftfJ tuet-u first Monday, In every month..

< ,....t- eU of furniture made from the jot in rear of t;. W,.Agnew A Cj:. s Knights in the onler adopted I. able.Mr.. Cleveland l will be accompanied by COUNTY BOARD OF HEALTH.
K:-.w..i nj' noia] and ash by the GaineaWle First leaking each making one tilt after which the '
and South
store facing street, Mr. Bayard, Mr. Dickinson and Mr. 1'Tl'lll lJent( -nr. F. P. 1" ,,; Fumitur&.()ompan. to the Ex{>osition grounds, .b; second and third tilts are made in the Vitas, late members of his cabinet, and rl.aretatyr4a0L): it. Rlahartisa

:;4'4-b&J&fter: Weatherfordof Key West, whether the tax titl"'(is good atid.jrl-: name manner and onler.10th Governor Fitzhngh Lee and staff of Virginia. M.B.mU Muwrand:M U.: Irvin smith, AIILllolly.Mear;) _. .

'f. i ''hu- contributed cocoanuts growing in fensible to :Mr. and Mrs..nait; >lY.,./\, (\V* -Music.lltH The exact date of tile coming of 11 DOARD OF TRADE.
ting.uistred( ahdbrilliantarrayof legal -Three tilts having been tnad \by these distinguished citizens will be givenin v
: bunches, for which he has the thanks of 7J'8I dl'l1'-J. K. liunn.VKwTXtM .
:-- the Exposition management. talent, as thje; \honoted, names attached each Knight, the Knights assemble at the columns of our "little daJIy.". loot-It., A.1Veathen.
'the Judges'stand and hear the announcement : : :
i plainly are.(umdn4ing; and pI\d-' 8e *
i'r ThelS5p. m. paeuger train on the inK the cause of'tJie ;retpective'.parttn. by the Judges of the general re- At 1I01n(, J lv-,4 ofuQnruun-A. I*, Ian Jr. C. JKhetn-
K. LIvltiKitou
,.\ '.l, JF.B. R. R. was glade several hours late for plaintiff, R..AaueJ'. : ,' Bullock..&. suits Mr. T. T. Monroe and his beautifuland I.IIt'r Weather, Jno.V'in.Dunn Fox and J l H It, W. UooJy. It. A.

by the burning of a wood rack, some six Burford, Captain MuOonnell awl ColonelBulger :' Music.13th charming bride returned frou their BUILDING AND LOAN /. SSOCIAA .
\ :{, miles north.of the city. The fire crossed I -for defendants, Judges King and > -Tilts to decide tie in tho cutn- honeymoon trip to Atlanta

r "r the. track and the train had to wait until Ashbv, of Gainesville, andMiiler A6p nscerofou ,' for prizes. One tilt for each and are coin fortly domiciled yesterday in their, ..TION.
t it lIub ided. e% bai. Plenty of 'property t>wn- .Knight }having made a a tie. new Villa several miles l'ruldenC-.e. H. YVilutttr.
cozy country Vice I'rr.hknI-.1.4..luluuust,
) ners are on the qui vita' for the T.rdictin> 14th-Music. south of the city. ......I'I&rr..1Ilt Tn'Murfr.-I.olIl. Foi.lliMinlol .
j ;:Mr. Allen Gibson the coming you g this important case. !' ;i,, decision of the Judges IMrtTturt-. T. ancnitrr.. hue HC.e

.e. man of e, and son of the ,TCiulered. Knights and Pages being assembled ((pn. O. O. Howard is visiting Savan "-Wni.! I. U row n, U. KUhcl, A. K. Dclouc L| II. I U.LChariM ,
h. ..,. "Murat the Raging Ocklawaha, 'n.- Governor Plemtng and the Social I l atound the Judges' stand. nah. . auJ R, A. liurfonl.OCALA x

t :' ermj Charles Gibson was in town to-day Clubs. -S. *, lG--lelivering) of ___ RIFLES

\ ,I.P' and reports everything serene in that Bun OF FLA., ExtxTTiviOrncK r. f .17-\lu'4ic.: during which the success; The $250 premium awarded 1\II11-11ail1 Ca"laln-G6Y..A: .'
",' classic neillh borl'OOtl. TALLAIIASSKB } fUl Knights select the Queen of 1 Love to take county will\ be used by the { First Meulenwi, H. U. Mcbuneit.
r :, Mar 1C, 89 ? 9 c and Upiiirnaot. E. Williams
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% h *4 and Beauty and her Maids of Honor Zeus eiiterprizing county to ( I "Joity MvinliorJ.FIRECOMI'ANY., .
' 'I' There will be MassIn the Catholic VViJEBKA8;Article of'fr.e4u And bring them forward to the Jiidgu'a tinue their exhibit at our Exj' :" '

!r'r?:church Sunday at.10'o'clock, standard itly preaent d to the Secretary' ,btand. which will be increased and beautified. fblei4.T-I>. I I.aU&lOI'r.YoflJllanHaurll'8 .
h'k time, also'Monday. The Catholic church !State to be filed fn his office apparently 18--Crowning; the Queen. Lake is determined to carry off the hon Illit'latfiifr.'
\ ; t celebrate the feast of the Annunela- inoor social clubs for lawful First ssu.tsl4nt-Isut.. Yolk
will to |>orate purposes 10th--Music.20th e ors.
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114"-tiorf of the Bleated Virgin. Mass Monday \ but com plaint has been iade .t ': at 6 o'clock Bottolaccio, ofBt.'Augu'titine the design of such clubs is to violate'or ter the carriages and proceeded by the Prof. Whitner will deliver lecture tonight luetnbcn.
t otllc atpg eVade the laws of this State on Agriculture" at the Exposition :
:ii t .: ? concerning band and under the escort of their HOOK AND BLADDER COMPANY.
t".I.", -- -. ..t the sale of intoxicating liquors. Notice Knights and Pagev, proceed through the building.! Prof. Whitner id a mom V 1'tIIdtnt-Ahrarn
'r ;. F. L. Hull, of Boston, Mass., representing la hereby given to all whom it may con- principal streets to the l'uhlicIul&re., her of the college of Professors of thu Foreman-Wtlk.llenta Palmer.
:' .'. the Eastman Freight' Car Ill! ter .co.t .* cern, that before any articles, oftnuorpor-: where the procession disbands anti all Agricultural College at Lake City ; has AwlKlaiitVelli KU'barilton. 7

I: made the BANKR a pleasant.. call last atlon of''any 'alleged social {'lub'Or'ulOCiation' participants devote themselves to general given a great deal of study<\ to the agricultural 7aenty mernlKra., J.'I .

Sit: t f.. evening. It is said to be qndf of like character; half be filled recreation. product, soils ami |J''MHi bilil Wit. TULULA LODGE NO. at, I. O. O. 10'.

-. .most perfect/mean* of ventilating and in the office of the secretary: of State, it Eeittht p. m. Grand ball at the Exposition ; of farming Inl-'Iorida. and hm published, ) |[MrcU every Tuesday even!tin.]J

beating a car for the transportation of that a majority of the building. The, Queen and I works on farming\ Florida are rwfuivwlas W. H. rh...llU), N. l.
ti oj fruit yet devised by man. stockholders of such c1ubl br as*>ciAtign Maids lead off In I the! dances I ISJJt'clal authority by all Florida farmers; Ho W. M. Phillips, Mcmury. .. t.
|i make .atlldavit before some officer aa- should have a big audience.) AJ1 visions brothengerdtally! l f UM. c

Social dancing every Thursday evening I. Ihorired to administer oaths that they llurguln -- ----. OCALA CHAPTER NO. 13, R. A. M.

during the continuance of the Ex- are Auch'l tockholdel1l ; t tbat such club or a Ure have this. day oji our booksone The Atlanta and Florida railroad, Oats (:hspt.r No. M, R. A. M. CunvncAlkm '.
All cart association i be social''club for put which In coriHtruotod from Atlanta to flnit Monday night In
\ position. counties hay on their to a law- every mouth
; of the of the
best bargamH, season, Fort Valley, Is in trouble and the meeting 11. W. luau, II. r
da)8, privilege of floor and music TntpUrl'OSl'8 only that the same la not\ ,
follow J
1'1. flags,
count as : of stockholders Fttcr'taryPRESIJYTEit1AN
x held in Atlanta night
; and it
?; designed not the
ante on application.) IS Ihe"purpose pf
; of hammock land under
Eighty acres before last did not puccced In CHURCH.
c.W.. 'AMPPELL, Sr. stockholders, UJ violate or .evade the planning f.
?'' 'O'pt>ra)\Manager. laws of thin' t State:> concerning, the sale l of full cultivation orange, i pear, peach and any way out of its present complicationsTne iCV.V.. U, CoTHALl). 1'Mtor. '
... plum trees ono of the best truck farms bonded debt of the road is1thtl! ) 0 I.* HaU.ath wrvlctHi
till ,
,- :71Z: r' intoxicating liquors. F. P. FL y)/Ilsu, | A. M. and 7 r. M. Sunday ,
'Robart B. Clark: : {fa the Go" in the Sate. Gootl-two story house, good The const ruction company owen I5riooIO!) (> ( ItrhadatYYI.: i N. ; vVnluiwUy I rvculiiK; ; IucinM
i Mr. and Secretary w elrnor water and outbuildings! such as are anti t about $.-.V)0Oil) ) (> of subscriptions' has at 7e: .. ttotii free The 'UWIoiK>r.llHlly turtCelt.
of the Ocala Comparer, not Richard
In Fruit and Vegetable'. arket.Iteported found on a well regulated farm,six miles l Been spent., The present. c-merporiry of EPISCOPAL CHURCH.
C. Clarkajs anROl1nce our i issue of '
from Ocala. near railroad, only $3,200, the road is debt of ::'fI'I\O)' Drexel'
Wednesday. Mr. C. has been in the t>m.. [ by G. S. Palmer wholesale a ) to KIR. 0 n, WILMCK. Hector.
''' commission merchant in Fruits t>100U cttih, baltinit one, two and three :Morgan and Company, which was tine a
}fell r'fJ. E.tV -Agnew & Co. Servrea| '
plojrment-of Buiiday at lu.l/k: a. m, and 7 W i>.
in positionsof responsibility and trust Produce, 108 Ileade trt'et. :N. Y.j] tNtw years itt 8 |>er cent.Vutch this' ad, and last Monday. The question presented to in., standard. tl uB. Ho.l, fro* "ulIIIl'Iohu.)1. :
when mitwd you will know it has been the s kliolders' is whether they shall} at 3 p m., W..Ul'haW\1'rlalll.\ HiifierJiU u hMit.TRAVELKR'3 .
for number of years and( stands high in YOKK March 19 18&0.
a ......
Rold. then look out for another .
,as we arekeeping allow the road to he sold or shaM bract* -- -- --- -
the esteem of the members of that firmas Florida oranges continue only in moderate ""
few special bargains back.TllAVBH !
well as *H who know him. ibis also supply and fruit in the hands of a it up to meet present cmergtMicir'H. At a GUIDE
I : H AISLE Y A. Co. hugely attended meeting in Atlanta last' .
clerk of the Ocala the commission merchants is held at
firm prices.. Several thousand boxes te- Arrival at Our Jluieln.MohTKZDMA I Tuesday night. so'\ mo of the toc knottier! Schedule of the S. S. O. A 0. R. R.

The SeinCTropiral Exposition; i and'the day, principally speculator's fruit were were, in favor of an assessment of ;2't M-r Arti from ituusswe.. ........ ......... AbV
Ocala Companies have issued an elf' ntfonr.palle sold in the auction rJjIIl.rlowf'r: pnoes March 21.-J A. Christian cent while others prooHed| to I 1.e.1 e ()('''I.! for llouuwa us.................;... jji:::! \r.J
folder and Mr. L. K. Eichen.jaubudiotrib'uting generally than an private sale which Miss Lou Christian, Alabama ; T. J. original subw'riptiona! arl.11"I..h( tlm :. 'lllrllll'J( .t ..... '".'.'"'" 610; .. ..
them in Jacksonville, lias had a depressing ellecton prices today Knight W. B. Gray, Charlotte Harbor ; road to Mnut IIIrt| No definite aition "e4ve awls for lk.m'M'B!......., .7" \fJ\:, e MK 1

St.Augnatine anti other points in the btate. but trust however: it is only temorary John 1* Carnty Lake Weir ; K. B. Da- was taken another meeting;, will\.. C. & P.. R. R., (Old P. K. A: N. Line,)
Muro and wife F. G I. Parnell, TornpkiiiM- held next Tuesday night f ../ '
This is the>ay to fill up the town withvlsitt.h's |> as the offering even at auction ) Schedule.
Eichenlaub is. the be ville ; F. J. Iifiierre( and wife\ and two t
anti Mr. right tan only small from this
to boom it for all it is worth. Ills time. Fancy Indian River selling maids, MIM Viula LaqHerre, Mitts ClaraInlpuerre ATTENTION: IititOAiN IIUNTI'ateFor tiabt psaaenier; north bound. .........?_..
l man Franeis i '--- a.mtb .............. I2IYiy
r.a'lu rrp. Itohert \La. I '
work ia already felt. Ocala is get to day from >:1.50 to H box In linen I Fr"laM ..
good per ; guerre, New YOlk J Jhn W. Creyhan, Hale at a Great Haerlflee.Thr ............ .... 1.4.1.. ..
ting along. in good 8t\l pe. J3 t.o f3.30. Other brrghts:150 to 12.75, LouiltvUlejAII soars tucaD.Pwtenger '
---- ltna-ete worth from 12,25 to 2,7ft.. per ; n Gibmn Grahamville ; -e counter scales; 1 platform scale I am-three, I lu 4)cata......iUT""'; '
The Methodist Christian Advocate is to box. M. R. Bacon, L. \). McConnell, Jacksonville weighing 0Kl) |*onmln, ; 3 show cases. ; ft "V '".. '""..".......'1'IOrn: tKrelght
the office of The i of beano and ; Dr. C. C. Harris; Citra ; W. I n. dozen Ames shovels and 1'l .
be published from Pratt receipts peas to-day spaettw5dozen '"" '" ; ) II I
(:anon ball, south >>niid ......,.,...
Morton; Ooonee; I* Thompson, Miss hammer .. .. ,, tat r s "
Bros, A Company, Leesburg, and they when choice. sold for ffl per ,crate; inferior handles; I walnut table; 3 }hangIng uorttl .
promise. that it will be as handsome and |2 to 13 Tomatoes t2.b0to '3. Thompson and! maid, BrOIl!!Iyn. l lamps; 2 GO )gallon oil tanks The Wuo. HOFM*., t>Town Ticket AEeid,1/i;&: : { P "

attractive as new type| new rollers fine Egg plant H-BO to |5. Nettle above was bought'' with an adjoiningstore 1'. 8. R. R. Time Table.
press good paper and skillful workmen Strawberries continue in light supply dotoil Mart 2(1. with)) IIUwk. Address! .

i can make it. Knowing what a handsome and fancy well colored berries bringing We had a pleaKaitt call thin morning\ A. A. J. McKexexr IIOIITH mono*. ti

p paper the CbmmmviJU we expect frcm 60c. to ;00. per (quart. ; inferior 'M is. fri'tn firJl.11. N" traveling agentof 22mcn d''t: wl 'stanton, .!. ., Plt telgi8r! au.{!vi.. lu N .: &."."?,?? ?......IM.: AI

to see marked improvements fn the appearance 30c. .. #. the Nettle (i1l (111 Company and. who I -1-n;; .h1f"lc'; yrcight.. ..,. .... .. a:......... .. VDU
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of the ,Ut>fJffl DIG SP1tEAU AT,1IO)1OSASUA. inform un that this brilliant Ur of the narlal Lot. :..._._ ....._.1:2.04: A..

5 --y-- ... dr'aaa&Uoatage wiltapixutr. in the Marion I J'eJ'.oris desiring },ujtineurt or residence suave i.Pawcngvr .5

< The four Su-ilv lemons displayed at A Delighted Hxoaritlon Party.Mr. Opera:'HouM: oh KTutWay March 2fLh. IotA alja..uL, to the public square, han the Semi-Tropical are from Mrs Halne. for oue night tuily Hhe will recite farts MIII".lil desirable' will .. .. "J bIt
pro|> rtv, cull ou ht ::::::: :::; : : : :
of Osceola county, and I have attracted : A. P. Mann Jr.....iba affable general of"Itomeo and 'Jnhet and School for Paul Jonea, at office of Bullock & .. ._........._..1 M
/ marked attention, the largest weighingtwo manager 01; tJip /.s.i). tit G..Jt..k, amliU and will render entire tijlt rt'a Burfojd< and one-half pounds. Thev were eave a magnificent enter. II IJ.nt.I4tu. comedy ..(Jf "HweethtartA.The prisms in the elfy( (crone week fru/n tv 1 lay. J'ur- .
forwarded thueertary his brother day at thkoiou, *. tlowtaeamstlinn. to speaks of'MiM) mall in high terms'n chasers can now secure a 6arg4p.I8uiarllftwlt. K} YONJJ: h C)? Th" Ocala IJumOr. -
D -t. .' Ir, H. R. Clarke,1; and who has manifested Major Sherman Oon ant,- of the Florida i r "" "' .-> .J"L.'*. },( .. Call anti exarnine tbgslr tine stock

,of much Interest In our enterprise In Southern Railroad,1! fr.\V)lingtpus':nf .ro.p t..Tournl'mr.1. I'r tees.The1Exp KU. -. and get goal work at tear gsbl, priCt.'e

I,}. forwarding exhibit from varioas parties the sauce road, )Ir. J..4.rtrgbbarr( p/ the beittojm. m3nagernent; determjripd : d3hlNII II ,

g in Oiceola >county, for which the man .Southern Express Company, Mrt B A. t0 m fhb"t"urnaiuentone. of leaving I
tender their sincere thanka. %Weather, of the firm of.E. lV.. A Lenten BvprlJ..
agement Agnew the tnoat ;attractive days of the Kxxi-- .shares in the Florida Produce, Manufacturing ?
Ca;and :Mr. O W. %Wilson; the |'palar tlortand Rlrtta number of people will Company, Lee biirg. AddrecstKe There, win1 l he Lenten Office at Irace: I
A wide awake young man at Fant president.. of the Florida International be lathe city to witness If. secretary at Leesburg. hpHcojal Church;! on Monday, Tuts.tay

__ :t ville, Mr. Morgan Dixon eon of John and 8em1-Tropical Exposition: Company Thp! following prjrt are offered : Marthl84t. l IIlnwf., afternoor at 4:30; pi w.. a/

_ Dixon. cameto this county twelve The party wa conveyed to Homo. Tint rile-Oa9 hundred dollar. in -- ....0.- .-_ ana eft't:30tiyeeneailay) aptl.FrftJay eventage w rand

_ yean alto with his father, and at that aasaa oa* s|>ecial cr, and %.inagnlflc;nt gold: Maguollt$uhel". ., w.It". ., t
time was but a small chap of a boy, but tUb and'oyster dinner awaited them fSecAn j prize-Fifty doilies rn goUf..Notice \ The finest mn t'bestV 1 variety of orangetrees [Ifal't'- ) 1'1/ ,.
UQW be U the, possessor of 00 acres, of whichWM. prepared with pedal pains '
for the l least l lIey to b6c1bad of !
little Oa t.\Villiard. the Uelraouioo toFlremen. latta'DrUa..ha atealD.w.Jqre". '
land and handsome .ran grove by the J. dt F. U l laths ,.{.
portion of which are Gntf M\ sections'After the aaUUntiala A Fire .UN Ocklayahti '' Dd'
of 500 tree, a good very ImporUoVxneetlng of the wSfebtd 'BelleYlew SlIn
bearing, and A nursery of about 900 tree were fiolahed! them was a lOaM of"bot-. Company will take place this evening at Fla. Springs daily exoeSuoy at ten

from two tn four year old and ,also a tlnd artillery."wit and eloquence and 7.30ibarp. AU the members without The lied l o clod a. m-retarDia. yf rave Slaver( ;\
Grocery; ftreet
L spring of freestone water on bit place today the praiaeeJ' of'General Manager exception mOIL te, pruent. Buslueae the place to buy yourgrooeries.agooIU T, Seriau dally elroeptMouda on ,hal I r?

ao look out young girls' here la a chance Mann are'on the lips of all the member of a very serious 'Interest to the welfareof H. ZACHAEtAt Proprietor t of train from Ocala, which Is dq 9.23 a. .

for a husband. lof the patty the company will be discussed d Sldeclm w8teb tm 11. L. Ilurr" *
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77sE OCALA DAILY BANNER, our e. rrtlte usa: gracviat; mnj J pert' N'ale
CARNEGIE ON THE SOUTll.III 1! NEW' YOKK FASHIONS I bo better understood by looking at the tI

a OCALA, FL L, MAncui ff*, t889, "., illustration thalf!>:ra description; therefore UStoIe'[ !
I 1 will ofcly say that the panel, vest al1ce.
F, Bl HARRIS, E&hrr. 'n'TF.MA i tri1soUT lnNIND.YATJUE8 : OLIVE HAftPER V/RlTSf; ; FOR fHE d cuffs w embroidered cashmere pat"wlncl

.' \ i '"LADIES FAIR a jtm.1A. browst Te1vot. ThAt >
hr trrX'nillc': : i .6h"+ oi\ the drupe,,) -
The Clieapne'ss With Which' Iron -- t \ Und wiftJUt: l Ii ant t i irijl'l f l but M maod of'oimof I sslWHOLESALE

Can be Manufactured Here G Urn She HM Io' Trouble 'In Hading Plenty.otNoveitle. I thi'IHenrirttu. Thpv arednutdo' I '
and only bail inch wide. Tlieyarv
the Houth a Great Advantage/ with \Vhlch. lo Aron. and InHrurt un .
: sawn on the in-idt+r tlu-n turned andpn'gsed. I
Over the North.BALTIMORE t Her gluten and'llm Are the I
The f
amount of l lat"1r is! verygreat I -AND-
March 20th/-The MannfacturerJ : Lte.t. i ,uivllhat I l/>upn| ''tre, is why it costs
|i23; with the hat. let !ich matches the
Record Retail I !
of thin week ", publish'! (special Correspondence I, costume. Drugs
a letter from Andrew Carnepie, (jiving hi? NEW YortK,Jan 3.-Often when I have The middle
f in
figure : to represent a recent .
!, fini..hM, letter fashions I '
views a on o-,
upon the Iron interests of the bride, who now has: a chance to
whre I am going to find something new
South based upon his recent investigating for the next week hut hy the thno'the assist In circulating Uncle Fame currency -ALL KINDS OF-
on own nccmml. The dress
tour. Mr. Carnegie states that tilt'ftl'lIIt however, U very neat and tasteful and OILS, STATIONERY TOILET

Whitelaw Heed goes as minister to feature which imprewd him was U made of bottle green 1 ladies' cloth and
France and Fred Grant to Aw tria. the general excellence of the plants in striped and plain plush, with hat to --SANDFANCY -
the Houth. The modern blast furnace is match. Only the hat has a sort of bird ARTICLES

? Mr. Flakier j has spent ,oooOOO in St. the {product of evolution. The pioneersin .. upon it which would gladden the heartof
Augustine( a ml intends to spend $-,000-) the business have had to build and r an ornithologist, as it ia of a l hitherto In Complete Stock I I0
rebuild thf'M6. Our Southern brethren unknown i
000 more. species. Tho style of this costume -
have reaped the advantage and have become added to tho material it, makesit -
Mr. Froude Bays that he is not a con |(088i>pHed immediately of the '' t cost ($123, which the erstwhile "cash i AWe handle none for Wall bin the Paper finest and brand darden ofUedquarten cigars Aeeda
vert to home rule, except in the sense modern tvpe. This remark applies also lady" thinks very cheap. t
that he thinks it unavoidable to the machinery In the! mines' and the WRIGHT A: FRAZBK, "1

-. mode of opening, handling facilities, etc. Every day brings something new in Pnuc BQVABI : : : Oc.LA.rL. (
John B. Fry, formerly private secreta All is of the latest patern. The cnarac- BONNETS. thlre'ivals. of the empire gowns for Slant!
ry to Henry Hay, is among the appli ter ol the coal: iron ore and lime stoneanll 1] next letter Is due there are so many young ladies and the directoire modes
r1 cant for consular appointments. the ease and coat of mining are all I things to mention that they cannot be for both young ladies and matrons. The .
better, he says, than heexpected tof nil. I given the prominence due to so Import. first named does not exactly look well on i 1. I

Fred Douglass will visit Jacksonville CHEAPNBH' PRODUCTION. j ant a subject and before the followingweek stout women. A very dainty and pretty .':"Z"ni: ::!! !!!! i 113.(1,i Cinrii !!!::!!:
April, ti and 0. The colored citizens the much of they are no longer novelties, for fancy is shown in the ball dress corsage i 1 i I
are making big preparations for his Upon disputed" question} other new things hare taken their places. and head dress. It I b a sort of compromise
recep the cost of pig, iron production in Alabama
And these between the
tion. style
yet things are only parts of empress ana
Mr. Carnegie sass that f 10 per the prevailing styles When they are ancient Greek. The Greek character is -SHXRESPU'Rlr.
Fred Grant ton for foundry iron, which U the highest mentioned given by tho silver braid velvet
as minister will succeed to Auatria General-Ilnngary Lawton -. grade, Is a liiierRl estimate with goi"! (, spring summer; collectively, autumn they or winter are fees.v only. (bands) and tho fillets of the upon same upon .r.r..............._...rr..__.....M_....__._........___ .....

What a falling off was there management and for a series of """" ions, and separately they are "high novelties the hair. Those who have pretty hair I -HAS TRULY SAID-= j
trymen." my coup some of the bent. located: and best managed i ," and eagerly sought for by those can dispense with the tuft of feather ..,............, .....M........................_......_.._._. :
______________ furnaces may be able to ,dn even ladies: whose ambition it is to always have and bow, leaving the fillets alone.A Thsre is a Tide in the afT&lri of men which, :
Mr. B. M. Turner, of the. Railway mail I better than this figure. The ability to the first of any new style. As soon as very taking theatre and dinner dress ... taken. at iu ebb, leads on to fortune."
service, writes manufacture at this price must else is of cream surah with : .M
to the Hav'animh Nothing give any one wears the same kind of an garnet: plush AND NOW j''eii.) CHANE,
New that the delay of the malls is the Southern innnufacturers large market article or color the novelty hunter gives directoire waist, the cuffs collar, lapels URA8PI1 AT ONCE( .

4' fault of the railroads! and not of the for theme When the next stage' comesand hers away or, a!* some do, sells it to the and bolt being of stripes moire. The' .........rAND.TILE...."M"KOHTUXE"," ".'" ......YOURS..'......"...._........
i f? mail service. ; they seek to manufacture pia into I HedAnd I Land dealers I know three huli'i buttons are of chased silver ;, ;, :
advanced :Mr\ who The ((reek fillet la ..
more forms Carnegie! fays > wear a garment a few times and UvornhiR a favorite ....... : ;
Preident Cleveland wiU be joined at that it will be done by converting pig i| then sell it to the ix-rson who deals in runner of dressing; the hair, and the :
Tampa by Governor FitiluiKli: Lee and Into steel bv the means of the Bessemer I i, such goods. They have everything fresh tylo is a pleasing( one. I believe they .L S.TE'jT..1
both parties will visit Cuba and hearth, basic' and he I I and new, and the call it the Mary Anderson coiffure. Thmann.r
together. open !! they receive
: process money .................. ......
When they ret'rrn to the United State* advises' Southern manufacturers when helps to buy new things. One lady I in which her hair is dressed ........_._..-
.they will visit Ocalians will not there! to rosko some uPf'rlroen'"looklnll :! know has very red hair, and her complexion always has a most untidy-appearance to ; .I. ;

only see Mr. ('Cleveland, but Virginia's to this desirable and ',; { fair enough in summer, in as red me being full of little crooked odds andends. .: ......... ................................ ..............,................, .
r noble Governor al-o. I as her hair in winter. The rage for terra Still, those who admire Miss An : MR. FOX ITA3 JUST STARTED FOR THE I
HOMK ILli-AllVMF.U KNTEKPRIHIW. I cotta color started, and she was the first derson will follow her fashion, even If i NO KT H K KN MARK KTH: I. AND WILL I i

; The Jacksonville n"k.c.ioICallltl As wa tr> have Wen expected steels i to wear an entire suit of that color bonnet their heads do look like vol au vents. ; ............BUY. ...A...:WHAJTIXG": :. ::...BIO. ............ j .
Cuba to be annexed tc this be lation has entered more or less (into this ,'; and gloves to match. She wore it in The goddesses of the teapots still' carry
: r '; cauco. it nays' in that way country thll chances, Southern field" Some ill-advised!' enterprises [i Washington, and it was said that she off the |palm, for though mc-u may not : =STOCK OF GOODS- S
Gt would be better of preventing outbreaks 1.1\\'e !been undertaken and conoiderabl I Illuminated the whole capital city and particularly like tea to drink, they like i. .......... '''''' ;; ........
__ reaction take place but this much written to go where women it and aanwaMesrHAve..w.r. i
r of Blame yellow is said fever to be in in Florida.favorof the Secretary annex is only froth on may the wave of solid wealth, Tapers..was Evetytxriy about w ho hOod it in any the respect newt- where the idle pretty who there servo also will, t tic- I 1 :::::::: ::::':::.::::,:.::::::::::,:::::.:.::::::::.:::::::::::: !

ation. and legitimate manufacturing prudently (>.If or family bumediatelyadopttd: found the women have no other invisible ;
_-_____-____-__-_-___-_-__-__- I carried on in Alabama and other districts terra colts its a Colur. and when oho had distraction for what they call tlieir 1OOM TO PUT THEM .
The industries' of Anniston Ala. are will meet its. due reward seen n second costume of that color she minds at that hour. And it stands to i A CHANCK TO SHOW TII EAI.
coon to increase by the addition of two In closing the letter lie Carnegie !saysthat promptly ;gave hers to a chambermaid reason, and logic, too, that where a lot I' :'i
cotton mills!!, n manufactory of iron 1lpin he regard the South as i'ennaylva. I at the L'libitt:; house. of women expect to meet there is going : 1 IME TO SELL THEM, :

other with enterprise$1MXIXcap1Gt1)( ) : The car wotks and several whichare in nia1 the mont future.formidable industrial enemy ,, lengths Now that to which was the an 'instance novelty hunters of the to has be decided some line favor dressing.of tea So gowns as custom, tea : .S......OMK...."...MONEY............'.TO......PAY.M.."' .FOR. THEM....._........". : \

Y bring constructed there are among NORTH AMI) SOUTH'. FIVANCIAI I'NfOS. will go; they will wear ugly, xmbecom- gowns dinner are as important as street and :::: Nip:If you runt anything In'the t sip of" I X
dresses. I : : : : : : : I
the largest in the United Mates. A Referring to the industrial. activity \ ing things just to Iw ahead of everylwd) I think ia came across one which : : .:::::

steady growth in population is reported. throughout the South and the investments j else admiration lint, ,though they know they they may will not excite out being covered very graceful with lace and and neat ribbon, with i:i:0.....".....,..............""...:...:.-""' ''.......--................ ::
that Northern capitalists lire now | envy. It''U of soft material whether : DRESS GOODS, BLANKETS i
'a The Just BO do the fashionable women look silk alone,,
Supreme Court decides in the making there the Manufncturrr't( Record 'j for tho new styles in bonnets or silk and wool, I could not tell. Itgray is i ........ ............CLOAKS...., .. HATS.. ,SHOES AND i
case! of Roy 1'. Moody, elected sherllF of j and, : ''' "" '" "' .. ..........................., .
Hays : with a silvery, '' '' ''' '
though to the line '
inexperienced there wavy all '' '''
Duval county last November, that i if Never wat the union of Northern and !Southernrenounv I bCtWd little difference, they find eye it out. through it. Tho front is of pale pink
even Comptroller rendered I "
a wrong: *In the development of thlt tortinn better < surah, with a sash of gray surah with PT9'Qp ;
decision, a mandamus would ....
not be al Ulimtrated than In the fart that New England I Tho three hats 'hTch I present t'? i i f\tccllliqucta at tho ends.:: Tho okecollar j
I lowed if the discretion ; 7.-;
exercised by the men are to build! a groat city at J01IpI!>,. A Alatiama I I week air the very frwlieht importation, sari bands to tho sit vcs are of dark blue j
Comptroller in within the limits of the where l, 'OI) |Isv+ple| are now living, having. a ', and they .shots th.1 ; : :i. iv'ment of ostrich I plush. The Lack is: cut princesso shape, 1 i i i i i
law. constitution.It is nice to have an accommodating nucleus the rthelliy furnar'ci railroad nhopx" etc, | plumes. The h'l.r <|Ull i-. "i.-mo-.i v''.!. u U'utteau: plait reaching from thauktothelottom.l'liostvlulssirnploan 1 w.WOS ANYTIl INU i N"OUK Llyt AT-

iMvauM It wm from Shelby. ore that Shelb.,', fur I and tho feather"r"'ll'Ult1: ] M\\tl fiv.pother I : I i -m-: :
----- ----- flares made Iron for abe platMthat covered the I in a way that l Icmrn them fiVxlUo could eabiiy tw mauo In almost any core ::'::: VERY LOW PRICES.-:::: : :
Methodists( all over the country will Confetlerate RUM boat, 'Tennessee" whom urinord and more: like trimmings than I I nation.i .1 saw another made after thIs ... ... .
be interested in the founding of a first plume" ThoM .lyK, only tho gown was of dark "'
aides wltlmtooil the lunimanl ('1&01l01l1&.1I"1e ol long feathers: roach from a warm -M.-.T1..j..j.-- i
.class Methodist University in the heart rim to brim and brown with a pattern of ripe ch,8andlpl1j
r Farragut'afleet at Mobile liny during the mcru' arts long; enough to go AROUND
(,( the Mormon Territory. For Home orable naval engagement! of August 4th, lttI. u around tho neck and hang over the I : on it, in exquisite colorin '. : ..--COWS.......-...-...-, .WILL.-.......YOUT........ _...... ?1 1.M '
time there was doubt as to the exact location few Iron IUI1""' .... have ever done In lists name bhouMer. They arc mado in such colors The front was mado of light gray cashmere BENJAMIN i
that would be chosen, Provo Salt town, New England. capital, backetby New England |I as arc most becoming to tho average with a heavy cord and tassela( in- L. .. .L j & I...FOX.t tI
Lake and Ogden entering into a lively brains, I" to !>build. great industrial city !! woman. The veils! nro put upon the edgeof btead of tho sash. There are also French
competition for the honor. The coin The North and Routh no longer fight against each I fire hat nnd hang down to the chin. flannel in exquisite i pattern and they --I J FTI 1 _.. .
mlttev, headed by Hishop Warren, has other, b ''t are uniting to dt'v\Ilol'the: wonderful I They nro of silk Intvge and very trans. make up beautifully, pot only) in this = .w: I S I
finally decided, by what is practically n.80U"'t'll of thin country.itlopemeut parent. gown but in jackets and wrappers
unanimous vote to eatablNh the university Tho poke Uinnrt I Ii of dark I lue felt, : Another very striking tea gown: is mad .
at Ogden. Perhaps the recent victory I ---In-high- --LIIV. i[ and has ft trimming of hi ic!. watered I of black India cashmere for the back, .
of the non Mornwns at I the |p,1I1t I rillx>n. end Mar '. tip'. "hip'< -. rand: up wiiU! tho front was of surah of the new ---------- .-------- J
4 there had something to do with this Miss:\ Pauline Fuller the fifth daughter as straight; and rigid. as tmssillo. Tho ru,cwoud color. The wish was of the

Territory choice, Ogden of'\any being,cttnsespueuceexcepttlru the only ton in the ol eloped the Chief with Justice Mat Aubry of the, Jr.United, of Mil Mate wankef -, |I I top felt one l onnct.comes" If under tho tho bonnet title is of email"small tho down same, us the were edges the were plush bandit trimmings.of ostrich All I ... ................................................-.....--........ '.

!t mining town of Park City, that is free and was married by a Justice of the I'j' triinmiuK isn't. The bonnet is feather trimming in rosewood color. i ::THE
from the dictation. of the Mormon hier Peace, on the t ' of :"Viand.\ The cere I with velvet bows of darker shade; This> makes a very striking tea gown.I REDUCTION::: :

archy. mony was performed I in the parlor of i around the brim la an embroidery, of .... :__...-.......................,......._.......:::::::1 .:}

Mr. John T. Grave- say- the |eople of ly the puimnoncd Kirby House a Justice, the clerk of the having Peace hrsti to- i| gray chenille and in pink shaded Tho ia for plume drossy(is tumes noticed are trimmed that many with of the)plain new black cue ........"..........,....,;I ....,............".....;.......................... t)

3 Florida and its Metropolis. are Mill firm tie the nuptial knot. occasions and evenings, and U: very silk which tWo enters largely into th? I! OF STOCK I
In the faith of a future, rich glowing and The ceremony was' a brief one and the 1 pretty. Only twenty or thirty !hats and making of "best dresses" for all jieople. :

,. golden for tho city and state They nave Justice, \\ ho in a very proxaic old gentleman bonnets are imported at a limo, and Indeed there U no richer nor more ale .......................,........................"' .!.......................... .
an epigram down, here that condense put on no extra frill!*. He did not they are not duplicated under four gant dress to be purchased( or) one wliich .. ... ... .. ..........
volume of fact and faith into a single know that the bride was a daughter :jf weeks, nnd the "novelty" then ia over. will U- of so much real service. Good DII'ANS; s'.IT. *
f: sentence, and to all gloomy prognostic) the Chief Just t iceof the United Staiesand Another great novelty consists in the groa grain silk, which will stand many *' AND BELOW

i.. of, tne croakers, or to skeptical com neither did auv of those who were present i I curious coat wrap in tho second illustra years of hard wear, can bo bought at a ..--..-....--...." ...."........-...-..-...COST.......-
it menu of tho stranger, they make )'OUi outside of the contracting l luirtie j tion. This is not duplicated and was dollar a yard. It can even be bought at '...-.....'" '."...........-......'...... --- ... -
answer! "There i- but one Florida' and When the ceremony was concluded the :i purchased from tho importer yesterday I lees, as tho competition ia .so sharp be : + -
the World will come to it !" And HO old Justice called for \\itnetwfs and two J J I for $:'OVh,) so little, I cannot under. tween tho rival dry goods houses. These I .
i this brave and hopeful people( have young nun were captured l in tho billiard I i stand, for the woman who will pay two stores ore so large and eo crow ded with i I
girded up their loins, put away the garments room, and ran to athx their signatures to I!, hundred would certainly paid five if eager buyers from morning till night I
j.; of mourning, roused! themselves' I the neoi 8ary dixnitnent. The knot was <;: asked. Just such fools we mortaU be. every day in tho year, that they can .-----t"------. "
to Intelligent enterprioo, and are march. I h'IC"IIlu,1 firmly tplutHJ.' This ijtuvr 1lOlin.1 gnrn. 'sl Li of I mark their good down to a profit of '--Till':.f"I'T;AUf ----

Ing shoulder to shoulder with united and Mrs, Auhury. net Pauline Fuller, U 19 | cliaudron red c&nuThair. dead fine I I two craw u yard and yet make a fortune '-"-",-'-w.''_._ :.___.._
unsurpassed activity toward' the old .prosp years of age a highly tnlucated and re- and velvet of the same cheerful shade and the through their enormous sales, so that "WNw w..rr'.'''_..._.._..
t rity. markly handsome woman. J. Matt Au- ,, color. Tho sleeves are first wadded, then experienced lady who wants a al i t WWWWw.wNNwMm
== = ===s= :==. burry Jr., of He is plaited, which gives them the apjnoaranc* dress can get it for a'er1 low price =
age. ,
Qeneral Joe Johnston one Democrat son 0// the genera l.t'al'll agent of the a I, of !being quilted lengthwise. The back pruvidwd she' can be her own drestu &kor. !-u.-J

who may escape the ax which has been Merchants' Despatch fast freight line. J. treated in: the same way. The under OLIVE lLsmn :..- -.:
t' whetted to gratify: the greed of Republican M. Anbery, Sr., has been resident of / ann pieces are lengthened and trimmed :, ..
epoilsmen.! lie has tilled the 15,000' I Chicago since 1870, when he left Mil with very tiDe cut jet trimming of passementtrie The head of a ram closely set with dia( .--...'......--,..-..-: ..-....---.W It-
t'" office commissioner of Pacific railways waukee. He is well k< here ; and there are epaulettes another d monde, ani cysts formed of rubles, is .
own and
';' acceptably under President Cleveland >| ornamentation of the scarf pin that demands! attention
Congressman Isaac Van Shaick U of same on the ?: :.FTs
r: and, the prospect are that he will be re his most intimate friend Young Au-i i j waist and down the back in a point com T
.' tamed in( it. One of the most ardent + ing from tho el'aulettlTho collar Fresh fish and Homosa r rWNy..M .,.
supporters li hispid antagonist in the Chicago bury !is employed, lie U In a his handsome father's office in 'I cull are mado of the dark stripes and of daily, \ at Courtney's market. Smchtd oysters "-..-.'...................-..-.-..-..- '
Atlanta campaign, The New York World fellow. young sable fur. The whole 1s lined with OCALA : : :
uy8rO..e'olth'.mOltt The Chief Justice will forgive his j I I quilted ant in. A high Taeca bonnet ha charrm'comfortable most reasonable well kept hotel that E-".--,.._...._.... : ; 1
rates, Is .. .
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remarkable ipuruclee In Wa hinitoev daughter.Ve a trimming of dark grayish green ribbon .
City tbeee days U trim and frlalj Oeueralflbennaa may expect elopements I and full plume. Tho bonnet (b chaudon Harriett house, Savannah. (Ua, so long latlJ
Interceding at the White Uoue for the now to become very '11'lllar. j red felt Tho dress to bo worn with this conducted 1 by Mr. M. L. Ual'nett.-Ntw -
of UeneraT Joe Johnson in
retention tola leiiloKail York World.
war comm1 oeenbtp. Oeneral tthitrmau lira Will lUnibronjrb hat rvrunieJ from surprising coat U of greenish drab poult I __ mailltf
says that be foalJ It his duty to wand by the great where the avlntad ao well and effectively la malE*: de sole, with black stitching around the Delightful Excursions Daily &; McFARLANE, I
x-OomftrfentU; who rave him inch a gallaaiflxbC the lake boU: .\ ..uJ : .
L Inc OVUU1lollAlpl.r&t the 8 iulfipici: :'i. : cJUut li ; ... tU: to
U eased JeAiuwu. U nowpMt ftvveoty, a tbinfotbeauiy''to the hundred of vUltort see by the aid of a 43-boroe jwwer micro.seooga's Miser tpnruw and OckUwaL Rivsteamer" -f\14LI" I*_ and
but II an arrow
555 Indian. M, will not" retained saomoi Man Oon- who viewed ft.-Oom'MTr t federal odeerf 'r.csLo nnf eMahonMoeby The BA5NKH takes pleasure in testify the snit would not to complete. for Grahamville after the arrival of the
w TMUieru are all on miaatAiement at ing to the skill and assiduity with which Another very handsome Import novelty morning train from Ocala and returning
sad -0-
the panda oI RepuUie-ua M la not
one-fifth eDO, bffCCe10 fp around no Uwnoer-ti Mrs. Haosbrou h kept up Lak '* excel I gown i- of rich light brown Henri time for passengers to connect wit 4Tess
? wtll l tie spend.4Z lent exhibit. etta cloth and striped velvet Th novel evening train for Ocala ; 26 miles fare ;3nvmI" lJIIPllCnOlfOr: Tittr :Cottrtatvr .
from Goal and return $1.50. d3f.u2n Itron'' UD Low Palea, f ,

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.. ._!i' ( -This Exposition, incorporated und8t\- the laws ,.1'l tlu Stale of I Ionia, opened nt'f ..' ,.

HUALA MARION. COUNTY, FLORIDA: JANUARY 29tll 1889.n .' .::11 : \1 1i i

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; 'This will be an Exposition! of'oiuolngical Horticultural and Agricultural i 'piodncts Florida ;and her Boils, timbers, woods, minerals: and live stock, and in addition articles '.
and products of general interest from all SUtt'H and countries. Entry is open. to the world for the display' of its products. No charge for entries nor t epaco for the products or .' i J
manufactures of Florida. ,; < .
..,r, The United States: Experimental Station for improvement and development of products i indigenous to this section has been located contiguous to our exposition, grouud 1
tWo invite exhibits of all descriptions particularly' those' pertaining to the arts, mecllan1Cd and;agriculture, guaranteeing uniform courtesy to all exhibitors. '. :

' CASH PREMIUM LIST $3,500. ;t

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GEO. \\'. WILSON, 1'iesidnita WM. r'OX. First Vice-l'reeident ,.' DR. II. KNIGHT, Second Vlcc-l'rosident

-> W. CAMPBELL, Sit.. General Manager. G. 8. MAYO[ Treasurer.: ;,. J. O. OLAltKB i crcl1\ry.


ft .f n8 FiIst-OF OCALA National Bank TIIC Nlel1clmnts"' National Banl{ \ I --I IoiiojIy)0 TIIII1i )-_ Drug 4I yfl t

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:+ :" SUCCESSORS... TO," THE BANK". OF OOALA. No Second PlaceIN

Paid Dp Capital, J Authorized Capital, CAPITAL STOCK 3CO,0O.O) '

;1 8150,000. :SURPLUS, r 3, liO.OO PflMPI) IHTVPW l g OF STOCK '
'. i i. {Y.11rCOUCttY.Pree Quality of floods and Low I'rioea.UOOOH .
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A. McINTyRE.: CAErinEn. Being now ettabluhtd in our new and tltyanl Bank building vx art prejxirtd to guar. -Located lieu& door to J'Int'Z'JaUonal flank) '
.anke'eatufadton' to all.. ,. 8m SI-W
.? SURPLU-$7,000.00 General Banting fannro trantacted. Exchange bought and told.
onniniwil l banking houses in the State owned by the : BOARD OF DIRECTORS.:-
One of the finest and tot al, accessible point
for making Collections! on --orHARDWARE- A '
bank. We have special( facilities' to our customers copiistent with "'4IoaDkin !
We will WiSomrtffi caiS attention to all buSine entrusted to na JNO. F. DUNN, K.: P. DIBMUKKS:
: and all business In our. line andauarantee
entire satisfaction. J.C. PEUINE:, U M. TIIAYEH,

$ CORRESPONDENTS: Sasl1oorsIillds
Importers & Trader National Hank, New York, N.Y.; \I'I s sAT

outhern Bank of Georgia. Savannah. CORRE. PONDEN18;:
cities in the''est. -
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** Special Correspondents Rational Park Bank of New York. JCJYalwnal Bank of Boston
delT14IMONTEZUMA National nwlW LouimlU Banking Cbm;any, LovitvUU, JTy'

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;:'0- Slain Street, Ocala, Fin. \ Jewelry Store :
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Shines replete with everything in ,
; .. :=::: his line. Call and examinefor -u-- 1 -108i t
=Th .J N-: teCof..ihe..Clty. THE. PLACE TO FIND THEM

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_...=.....FIRST-CjssiNALL......._.-..-..........NN.N..1. ........"......n...MN.ININ.M..N..N. r.String for! .-1.Musical. Instrument I 4 a DR. DELOUEST, ., f ... '. -,i .'{I-: 1':
4NJ oId 6atM. CoraJMJ6.Q\u.ur&p yao.ue.. w. 8pcUty.! i iWtori
is ttn1' Hat -{ BIDS meal InstfIlID.Onts'I! '
kl1I brick house all4 *err jwn6ilw,. AU Work m rp&lr of hocks end< Watceee fQUAUUCALA )- :, .
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THE DAILY BANNER. ,' '. <.I 1 I... =;.. ii I It. //I f' t r t k:! 5. I
...... t3ubtotiptipn. Rate4--... ., -:; I t I '-1. : I r! ; i Hotel. )
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NOTIOE. 0- .

: 8peclal International E.po.ltlon and urlng General and the Reml.Tro'lcal Da7"Month.for the ot 4Jtf A.:;;; : ". So. Lake \heir, Fly\I., f,

and April. ..
'It Is "' '., a south of Ocala ,,on
agreed between the paseenger' ; ... J Sixteen mileq j
agents 01 the F. U. It: N.Co.and the J. T. 5. ; high bluff overlooking the whole
A K. W,Uo.,thaUm epcUl county'daye Beautiful Lake JVeir.','',
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the reduced rates obtain [only for poirita .''A' ": S ,- ,. I
from the territory of the given county ;., 2cc' "'' \ I /
while on general! days the rate are go for any points In the State on those!' !line*. M. l' If. ; ,- 1t! a' v

1' Columbia Gainesville and State Agricultural Col- .. ,.tk1.1 .. I Fine Boating, Sailing .gunning
Day-March 20th. -
Leon and Len Countys' Day March ,... and Fishing.

28th, general Baby show with hand- Terms $2::00 per day. Reasonable i
Rome premiums. bpccial; concerts same .
dar Ilernando. ; Rates by Week or Month. (.. ,
County and Savannah, Ga.,
Day-April .4tli, !general. f' Address.:
Marion I '" II. J. UOS BURG,
county public school,. DayApriltithi9th''and1Othwillbedevoted- I'
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April : ,t :.. >Mnnarer
f j '. late of Park Avenue Hotel, New York, and Glib 1
to the display of vegetables. I I ton House Magra Falls. ._L J 5.'

general.Levy and Nassau Day-April ,llth, ,, ( It ,.., & J 1 RATE fa.50 TO $3 PER DAY.

era Dental!. Also Convention-April 1 11th, Gen-. ... Open All Year.tlXCOllPOllATED.
a ?ran tournament. \ ., ,
The various premiums will\\\awarded ( -

Dunn Including, on the April$1.000 25th.offered by Senator... ( fi: 1' q41"A' i (::(...) .t I

Grand concerts will l he given every /
ne Qoal CopafljJ
Sunday Our special afternoon daysandattradive from 2:30: to 5:00.: features tl ;

will be announced from time to time.

.J. O. CLARKE, ,Quo.,W. WILSON, ,.f,. I \ 0 4 o .:,,' >rifwlt o ] S -

; C. W.Secretary CAMPBELL., Sr., Gen.President.Manager. II'' .,. ,, "t .4 1J51 eNi1Jeulo b'. o.J" .S .

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-HERE I A.M- li .' ? t:u. tll Clll' : : ..t CAPITAL f STOCK' $500,000.00

C::Oferlna!?the publlcttie. : : :.flne.t. '.line! .of::::::"I: 'I ,::: ':It .' .
<< ( mills COMPANY U now prepared to lieU Stock.
FLORIDACURIOSITIES. 2 : r t.. b. 2 _L or lou 40x100 feet from 110 upward, and l 10-
ti Ii. cited at the "West Knd' Ocala. Parties per.chasing -
A I o One Share of Mock of On Hundred ;
FANCY Dollar via be
GOODS given ten contiguous lot tOjtlOO feet
For further ,, ,i
AND STATIONERY. particular call upon or add "
.. Gco. S. Mayo,
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Millinefy*;!, Millinery'! r!1I 1. "Ij 8 fJjttr4 ( ": ; \\1Tatli1 C Clock: JO\velrf( \ "

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= Repairing! [ : Specialty.. il il't.

5. : -FINE..... ; I lILLINEIt'y.r ............ '''AT'owN-LOT!?," : i "WNLOTFOR << ""h. :_ j, 1 1 1w ,

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wo-o000DS OUAliANTEED.o-o !. LOOK, FOB ... 1 ,\0. ,. ....,,f... ,... JmIJoM I
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-1'-( The tint\ 1n the field I New Semi.Tropical addition to the City or Ocala I Anderson's new. addition ?t --- --

s -LEAl>IN() rOfUIAU HOTEL OF- adjoins the Semi.Tropicul Exposition grounds. Three hundred Iota now offered at 825 each, for thirty-days n. TIt Pk.CE.:10
-1- only. TlJo property IS elevated and overlooks the city. South street (is now being graded to the property: -- ."" ** '. GET* THE FAC1&
[ SAVANNAH, . ilXUGIA. 'rho propOtll'l "llumm)' line," when completed, will add 100 per cents tq the vahle of every lot. Lott can be ----I 'tI ; .

-I- paid for on tiLt! installment! plan, iflle iroo. No commissions, no agents ; buytdir ct from owner. TI1e editor Otricg' t ...... I
t of the MANNER will l'1t'Ct lots for non-residenta. "Get in on the ground floor.?''Plat can be seen'at office ofn. Jo.. OCaLt locsi.

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Well Water Htrrtt Canto all .
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7n>cbtf. tug will be rwelTtsl by the 1 iuiu!m of the Ocala I I I1'he IS
Illxh Hthool until Ajrtl lit 1"",*,*. Hail and FInest Llverj-In tlioCity' f)
!H'clricatioiii now ready at the olticv of T. J,
Hook, arrbltett The tnisle*'* lest-V's thvuMv
GIVEN ( liege of rejtrliug any rl all bit)*. Houdi fur fiilthful ,rL1ADINQ-:-<>--:-
,1,, bide ptrloruiaDC to \.uf uoutrait tol K..K.geven IKRklS' tend, In .LeadingHotel. of. the City I SAXES STABLE

Chairman: nl''r.l Trurt' i Ot>ala Hlvh MhuolAtu ..
r 5. AWAY .t-: \\M FOX, l4'\'rriuy. ,. --
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JnuhlJ IS. i8 and te wit fows:
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OCALA, FLORIDA? .l .\ Jl 11 J..,. .
; -Porai.Get o4 Ippllc.tfoo.....:.. .
,1 JBIG.:, praerred.All branches Roots of erowned dentlxtry with Teeth porcelain filled or void and Repainted ftiside and Out]! : _' oOrnCJtoRarolJfCI -
:. BUSINESS katn. Artificial t sMa tram one NMN h to a tuU set. ; '
h- *lrtcUf tr* laM dentlatry at U. pnree. .. 5 5 -AND-- 5.1, I ,.. : M\ ; t. : l orange dplab:c.
TOOTH rowDta arm&Lrr ',.:. 5. 'OCALA.. '. FLolUt
wAnd D m the wcret; bas t rtpertyand ; ': -- -- -----------
, town talk thr to Do UN our et.po : I4MII Caeca l.aIJ.a8 k
log quiet to we admit that the secret of our : :
y''(' treat trade UTO"SBLL"THE..... ..'. ............. PULLER .1Clf.4Cls, I
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: attention' litre to Crown Bridgework. :: .
;t Ooldplatea, and all flrrt-claw operation oerlalnnt THE 1L\Rr02J_. .
nt the Ivnul Aft. Gas ad iuuurwl lot theClOleu ; COUNTY NUR.Omza .
extraction of teeth. Ottlc In Tint I '
bans BulldlliC. Oet b tfrniios. :t1 --
t Ask the Lowest I .: .__....._ -1---."

T' ........ .s..... ..J. twhatF, r. GARY x. D. I
g aooU 1pdiowMtpprless. br1ef TO TUB PVBLIp'j' i1n ..
I fllla oar Mora with eu omen and male a 1 J Jboiucbold OF LIlrJI ,
word of<| the jnme,.... oJ uj MTUCIAV AUD ita *Oli.Komi JlVUbT B1'OOIt"-ou.p.'
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