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 29, 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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BUDGET OF HOME NEWS Mr. Cleveland will not Visit Ocala the happiest their liven, and cherish no CITY & COUN'ryDIRECTORY.

The delegation that left here Wednesday BABY DAY I r feelings of envy. They will then be act I .
L 81TII\GBRt9ty Kdlt.o--- ing their part l like true men and women
== meet President Cleveland and

'I Y" ----- -= =----- party at Tampa to extend them a for I should.The judges were 1>r. 8. W. Moody, I). CITY OFFICERS ./

don't )011 call on "Y" the Jeweler mal invitation to visit Ocala and our 200 us Pretty liable UH 11. Irvine, :Mrs. T. ),(. Rickarkn, A. L.Eichelhorger Mayor-Dr. Thn t..Gary
and t'lt'rk-8. A. Hiillock.Manbal .
P. Lancaster
dsfebtd and T. ,
Semi-Tropical returned Hold -C. It. Hall.
Exposition, on ever wero seen
\weather delightful. they are to be congratulated on 1 pawing Coll'tWrI'. (Mtlwm.AsncMor .
the North bound train to-day. They returned at the SeinlTropical. .
Sway through the terrible ordeal without evena -1 K. Mclver. "

.)1 r. Green hI list_ Ins hie house painted as did the famous French General scratch. True soldiers they were. Treasurer Cn7Attorne'-InUT.tireon H. Hiiowdrn. ..

Our _--- who marched up a hilt and then We are glad to note that a purse of $30 )'nsidcutofPouncli-Jno.I K. Ininn.1 .
hotels and boarding houses are marched down again. They failed to was presented to the triplets who had Hoard of AMen-en K. l)u i t K. W. ADfW,
tIll reapln/t/ a harvest, with the other J. T. Lancaster, John A. K<>w.l.I K.: I. K>)(,t.-, .U.
bring Grover with them. Everyone Delighted with the IVreWee <<" come 10 miles to mingle South, 11. W. chandler, I. Drown and W. U. Mar
lir.C.1L ofciira Before leaving; for Cuba, Mr. BIhibitton-The Jlapl'irMtUaJ' babies and enjoy the occasion in true shall.
w M in the Cleveland telegraphed Mr. Geo. Wilson, of all thus. ra.-lUanJ' Anxlous baby style. Sanitary Innpertnr-W. T. Kin,.
city yesterday taking in the baby ihow 't mma -Awarillnj: the 1'rl- the of
__ President of the &>mi.Trolical Exposition i- The handsome dresses were gift COUNTY OFFICERS
-Iilue llabiCM In the 1'la-
EFH -eyed
WASn T that it would afford him great our generous mt'rchanl.l\Ir.c.Hhelnaut"r, County Judjre-Rloh..r I>- 0 the Jorlty.
dOlt Ct lee man that can pleasure to visit Ocala on his return from and if he doesn't. feel to day that It it (County CI r--D. A. MllUr.

babies out 1118. Rbeinauer on bringing I. : the Cuba, if it wtu possible for him to do BO, THE WINNING IIAUIES.M18I more blessed to give than to receive," Shertlf-K.AmwasorJQMathews.luolleotorhT T. Williams. .

and as there was nothing to prevent his we would like to know why. Wartmaun, Citra
The weather today Ie simply perfect, doing HO, the committee went to Tampato PresidentVllson was on deck and Trrasuirr. K. 1'yle
nd the lion Llunshine make everyone ODor.hl with a personaland formal seemed to enjoy the show as much ralllt'Superintendent.temlnjt\on.of J-uUiO Instruction 11-

feel happy in as the fair ones. t.01l1l17 Cu OoramliwIoiM'ni. W. Lot it. W. P.Traulham .
--- After the landing the"OHvetto" and Thins ended one of the most pleasant M. II. Kou, K.H.. 1'errin W, I'. Witllamwia. -

Mr, Eugene :Matthewsfurmerly on theake Mr. Clevland had reached the hotel at days the Exposition| has thus far enjoyed. The County. Couiml lou rs meet tho nr tj.Mon-

ltieirbtd.7tendenlis now holding Port Tampa, General Bullock was introduced __ __ __ day in every month.
on the BANNER. to him and presented Ocala's in. IIIt-hollllloard-Jo':. K. Harris, U. T. Wartinaau.
---- Hotel Arrivals. M. H. Miv >r, A. K. irilliii. I', I- UnrtMic.HrluNil .
vitation most happily, and his referenceto Mre. )Iktard tint MmuU In month.
! Major Lancaster says, please excuse Mr. Cleveland's retiring to privatelife MoNTKzrMA Hor-L, March 20,- meets jr every

pirn nit time from acting in the capac carrying with him only !the approval Marv William, N Martin and wife (Crystal COUNTY BOARD OK HEALTH.rresl .

ity of judge at a baby show.! his own conscience but the PANDERS. MI-H HOWLIMO. River; Dr.) J. N. Smith, Martow, I is.; .(I r
approval Dr. \IcInUwh, Newbt-rrv, N. (!.; II. Hoorvlnry:fil.t H. ktchant.on.",
f Let have another baby day-for thepBaby" of a very large and popular" Grub, Fla.; SamuelV.. 'rt ll'u", I--dy MemU'r-Dr. l II. A. Smith, .\uthoI17.' 11""fI. ,
of the American and tables tall
majority people, Babies short M. M. Mower and 1) 11. Irvin
Brown variety-or yon might; and made Babies big sod tablet email.Blueeyed Lake; MTH. K C. Spencer, Miss Ruby
ore properly say, fat men's day. was heartily applauded, a liable, babies fair, Itrook-. Wannafleld, FlA.; U. E. Knell BOARD OK TRADE ;
touching and impressive effect upon the Brow U-*)'l-d babies with lots of hair. and wife l'Ialr: .lt. II. Bullock Ocala; ITtwi.lenl, F. Dunn.
ex-President. couldn't ill ; Vice rrt iJvut-lt. A Wealbfrs.Hocretary .
Babies no HOT they
r The one who conceived the idea of In General Bullock's Hablea that drank from a I rUJip.: 1'. H. Hogan, New York; John Archibald i -\Vm. KolkMir.1 .
sing a baby day at the Exposition ispeservin replying to remarks Babies that cooed and babies that crc"pt, :Montreal. Canada; Mr. and Mrs ntiuveruon-A. 1'. Man Jr. C. ;Rbt.'ln.al1t'r. -
Mr. Cleveland said that while in : babied that talked, Jno. F. Dunn, J. II. l.tvitinUm U. A.eathcrs. .
); ol a nice dress t >o. llbir thai laughed ana Hrinslow Fla. D llrinslow, MrM..T Urins- .
Florida that he was the guest of Mr. Babies quite big enough to walk. ; \\ \Viu. Fox and 8, W. Moody.
*The smiling countenance of Albert Plant and would be compelled to put Itlmplevl fingers and dimpled iM't, lows, Mr*. Snooner: Miss Fpooner, Lake BUILDING AND LOAN; ASSOCIA.
\\bat lu the world U bait so sweet, Wf'lfi Goo. Heeler, Miss Keeler, Chwtlin, "
.ollinsnow\ await the fair ones at the himself under his directions. As bnbirsthat Jump )laugh, cry, crawl. Kdwin Ocala Mrs. J. F. TION.
Mr. Plant said that if he had known talkl.wl\lk. coo, and all Ct.; Spencer, ; w1'nhldeut.C
stoffice window as they call for their Fiat, sleep, *
\\ KK creep Harrow, Mr*. F. F. !Rigcs, Miss J. V. liar- II. whinier |
that Mr. Cleveland had been extendedan
jail.f Kviston:: Fla. J. (i. Italians, New I View I'nvddeatF.L DulmuMU.
row, ; '
Ocala would
invitation to visit that it !. Sfctctary and 'I rvaiuriT.UiuU Kox.fllonrlol
f Let all read the communication in toe have given: him great pleasure to have The attendance at the Exposition yt''i.' York; I. C. HumphrieH, J. II. Savage: % .1 Directors. T. Ijincaster. Isaac Rte

ay's issue, For the Good of our city," arranged for him to do BO, but at that terday was large and comjHXHed mostly U. C. Humphries'\ J. It. Graham and 1'IUI fcacharl-s, I. Hrown and h.\A.i. Fishes liurfurd.A. K. elouetJ u. U. .

id do all they can to help the work ofnitation hour his schedule had been fixed andit of boys and girls, and mammas and ]papas; wife, Oxford, Ala?; W. A. Graham an,1wif" OCALA RIFLES.
along. whom had Lanwntlon, WK; II. Hill, Kustin';
would be impossible for him to with their little treasure, on
, much and painHtak- Mr: !? Ilmhop, Silver Spring; Mrs. N. ('MI.lala-lIt'o"| | A. Niuih.
it. care
lit rather !singular coincidence change been bestowed C. "Sells Mis Sells: Columbus Ohio II. Unit l.leiitonaul-K., K. MrCounelU *
was a The delegation could do no more. lug in order to make them show to the ; Hecrfixl I.U-iiteimnl-r. K. \\llllnn. )
hat the two prettiest babies yesterday They exhausted resource. best advantage, and we would not be sure Man-otto, Ihi ii mid Ion; I). Whitman, 'torty Members.

| the first-class should have belonged\ Not satisfied with every his appeal to Mr. prised if the night before many a Spartanburirh, H. C.; A. I*. Pifer, hew FIRE COMPANY.

\.tM LoanJers' brothers. Cleveland, General Bullock used all the mamma dreamed that her baby took the bury N. O.; J. T. Harris, Citra, Fla.; F. Chief-T. U. l.-n.-j.u-r.
1 L. Martin and wife TrenlonNew "Koreuian Maurice Ithelnauer.Mnt .
have of his persuasion and eloquenceupon and we are really sorry that every
been our beau. powers prize, abIMLaI1L-IMU".
now quiet 11. :M. :Moran Cainnville Fla. y
this winter had it not been fore Mr. Plant and Governor Lee, and one of the precious little innocent tooUewootsies Hc xii.i _jwUUnt--\V. O, MaMhall.MerrUry .
blcity All cred- then made a flattering appeal to Mrs. could not had a prize of Home OCALA HOICK, 28,-James M. -J. II, Mallell.Twentylho .
| Semi-Tropical Exposition. have been the KeiKinousand wlf, CarlMton-' i. I members
Plant and succeeded in winning her over sort, and this could easily
and energetic mana- kev5S
i its successful woulJnot wife l'rincetonN. Mr*. HOOK AND
but the great railroad magnate case if our city had more merchants like ; LADDEKJCOMPANY.rresMcnl ,
be "pursuaded." Mr. Uheinauer. But we are digressing, GnoeHbur)r; F. L.Cawlev, Savan -Al ram 1'almer. is .

Jr. James: Unify and son, Herbert of Full particulars the trip will be given and must confine ourselves to the exhibition. nah; S P KechriKt Cleveland: ; J It Mizell, AMlKUul-VYrlls I'fIrPIDAII-WIIIlIIlt'IILL Klfhard-
Winter Park W I) Holden Orlando U.K. .
in town ; ;
ahamville were tomorrow.For Twenty niuuitwrs.TULUL.A .
Mr, and Mrs. J. M. Post antiwing : of both sexes who had rounded Totter, city, A. S. Mann, Hornando, t
the splendid exhibits ;t the the Good of Our City. the Many fatal corner and knew nothing of Fla.; C N White, Citra; Charles N. Den- LODGE, NO. aa, I. O. O. K.UMeeli '

Tropical i OCALA, March 28th, 1889. basklnrJjB, the sunlight of connubial t'nRUX and daughter, Boston, Mara ; J. O. every Tuesday erculni.] ,
W. U. Challl,
N. U.:
Matthew- Citra O H ( New York
; 't'Pr, ;
-- the fun and
bliss were on hand to see W. M. rhllllfiN,
kjr. H. 1' Eagleton, of Weir Park, To the Editor of the Banner : what, was there. John Hopkins, :Mrs C. W. Keep, Miss All vlsltluK\ brothers Hecrutary.l'ura1ldoIl1111lt.eo.1.

ae _D to-day in response to a summons! I am pleased to observe that attention The weather was delightful, and t, Mra. H. H. Keep and servant, New
m Sheriff Williams. to act as petit has been called by a t'orretQndent of could not have been much pit-as York; Mr. and Mrs. Strawhridge; Germantowii NO. 13, R. AM
BANNER the conditions of the W. II. Ocala Chapter, No. 13. R. A. M. Cou vocation* v
r. lie pail me BAXXBR a pleasant the to anter if it had been made to order expressly : Uryan, Wilminglown, flint bt1n
streets of our city. It is a shame and a N. C.' MJ Smith and sister H. Klein, every month
profitable ctsit.r : for the wee-wees.' It"&.'4 ; II. W. UNO, H. r,
--- disgrace that Ocala should expend HO neither too hot or too cold, nor too wet Chicago; I). Dvi, city; Mr. Maxwell, J. 8. KKAZC-, HerreUry. r

Hewitt Hill, the artistic engraver! I much money to keep our city clean, andso or too dry but just about right, and the Miss Went, Miss Proctor Oaklawn; J. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.
'gifted editor of the Eustis Laktpaid little result. We do not think there in train and private Harnago and wife, Holyoke, MN! .; U. I.
babies came pouring by W.
Ray II. OOTW4LV. 1'attor,
visit this morn
an a flying will be much improvement, however, from all of the Wailes, Washington.Almost : .
Jacksonville.e can conveyance Babdatb service at II a. M. and 7 r, M. Mtl'iday'
until it is considered offence
for punish - -
E, en route an county, and when they were all assembled titrloulIIedtlent.. &'hulI.t 11:10.:: 4. M, WodneUy eventntf' lecture
By sunnie his_errand able by law to deposit debris into the at the Exposition a prettier picture a at 7.30.: Heats free, The public cordially luvllod.
streets. found. Yesterday while Mrs. Harsh Harris EPISCOPAL CHURCH.IU
could hardly have been .
raK251131 A gentleman recently while driving In A vet of triplets from Cotton Plant accompanied and her little grand i child, Jaybird, were
in Paris had from the : the C. R. Wiusas. Iteelor.
an open carriage an occasion returning Exposition| carriage -
' of their parents, were present
?,wledge, regarding the mystery to read a letter, and tearing open by and looking they were in wan run into and Hen ry Huod-y-t lf()::4.' a. m., &ud 7 i 11 p. I' '
etc.. should join the ex- the he threw of it anti were tine healthy Harris thrown and m., suuiUrl trine. HeaU fre*. Muu.Uy Mclitoi
envelope a portion MI-H. out though
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children quite curiosity as at 8 W. II.
Vn next month in Ocala- and proved ) a p. in., Chauibvrlai n.Nupurtnteudent.
t to into the street. A hit would have met with
school( policeman stopped all were to take a look at them. injured, p possibly: a
milliner, Miss Mittie driver and informed the gentleman that The fir eager t-clatui called fur babies from fatal accident had it not been for the --- ------ -- --- ----- ----

WDgout{ the he had committed a nuisance, but in six to eighteen months old, the prize prompt assistance rendered by Mr. It TRAVELER'S GUIDE.
with complimentsmilif view of ignorance of the law, he was being a handsome lace dress. After the K. Yonge, who happened to l IJ6 near .- .

foSng next announces Wednesday April 3, permitted to go hie way. The laws little ones were properly arranged for inspection and with his usual forethought; hllllent,1to Schedule of the S. S. 0, &: 0. R? R. ;,
enforced Paris is of the arcidpnt from
being kept one about their her rl'fll"The was
ier emporiumht claanest cities in the world. Making. a the judges went 'pure', carelessness t.l\o".1. l by the bins Arrive from lloui.wa ? .......... .".....?. A-4A: r M
., arduous duties anti gave each a careful IA-'u ()(:ala fur UOUUWH.-M.....,................ irjo: AM '
shoe belonging to Mr. J. A. dumping; ground of the lot back of the inspection not daring to slight one of driver sUvj,>ln_ very" nuddenlv and thus Kfturuinicat............... ... ...... ................. ball r M t
huge sent to the Exposition, Merchants' National Bank building, and the ones for fear of entailing allowing! the carriages in the rear to Leave CIa fur llomi uuan at...... ....... 6:10: r MK

Kit h ill been be convenient for those in the vicinity of the Episcopal; : and Baptist (the precious wrath of the mothers, who wore come into ("oIl ldon. We hope this will C. ft: P. R. H.', (Old K. R. &: N, Line,)
Kre it on, and thus see churches, and other places in the watching the proceedings with all the be a lesson for the hacktnen.Merditb .
to try Schedule.enger .
when city is liable to produce: sitkneM as the
% tit friend! B. cant give eaiternens they could assume. After consuming News.
to. weather becomes warm, and should be about an hour the most favoredof !,<<<" .. Hum anti netter '... south bound ............_.. 7:12A II

las. a wind of Union condemned' For without the reserve aa a filthy the clash were placed in line ant one Every: drop of liquor should l h. held up Paawtneer" south.. bound.. .....-.,........,._._ 607 1.41 P rat II ,
credit of
land F. J. Frazer, practice. our city, the until the baby. and the i'relghl ..._ .
re!' ( uncle of J. 8. by one withdrawn, lucky to a proper standard' injudicious _.. .._. SUOr,MxoaiH ,
'Ala brother and i- authorities ought! to compel the ownersof alone remained, which proved to be the sale and use of it should ho punishableby eQual ,
rare- here to take in the fxpo: cattle and swine, to protect their stock little daughter of Mr. and Mr,. L. 1) law. We )believe that a properly 1'iMMngvr.. arrives.. lu Ocala:.. .,....,.,,,_..-, 9:07/ 4 MKrei
magnificent groves.Si.ran and not permit them to wander about .... ...._....
our Binders which looked pretty enough to constructed n law will do more m .. .. ::
in (act, all tbe (sights bee through the streets at all times There have been, made of wax. We were ten years for the promotion of true temperance ., II .......;............: :$ I5riuavtiHrt

turninu,1 should be (if there i is not already) a,.city sorry for the disappointed> mothers, but than hat been accomplished by WILL ilorstse, (>Town TkketAJent.K. : .\tt-U r M tl

babies where all "aule1ound running: at let them take courage for sometime there all the prohibitory J legislation ever dared
winning large S. R.
R.'t'trgeTp bta 4
the be and hem <
could at ,
impounded anti then they the books. This f
r plcl 17Jt would haveS will be another baby day, on statute we grant as
as they the expense of the owner. O. U, J., the and SyOTM HOUND,
furnished u' __ can try again. only 'IJXV-.IW subject most 'J
thl'ilr rnamina .arller.! Our Next came the aecotid-clasa, for babies Kri ie"7 IJlect the opinion\ of those r rugcranlvt, In Octa"'H'- 1M: r rFrelaht
photographs Fruit Vegetable Report. ....... .._
of II
'I artist was too busy to give them [Reported by G. B. Palmer, wholesale age from, the eighteen prize months being a to handsome three years pink whtf tr..mss' from----us. .. :: : ::,-*.-. ,-- 9.iiOr: :: "

ILlhinlZ touches nel'ti!a tLyww oomuuf&lolme1'. haQt in fruits\ and silk dress For this class the judges it Illir hand Hale JtOaTIlII011J1o. .
Southern produce, 106 Iteade St., N. V] Mr. J. II. Hold
performedtheir Livingston, yesterday
ot was thought by many present Passenger uristo. l9 tlyttlerw 715 4 m
> pretty mi e5, tookon i NEW YORK, March :26tb! 1889. tour of inspection most to ha ty, the following valuable pieces of property: : ==:.::: I

coned by Mr. J. N;. Boon, The arrivals of both oranges and vegetables and decided too quickly: which: wan the Seven and a half acre grove on Lake 'rellb&.. .r. II.. If" ......._.._......_ 54515K1)eltghtfnt
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xpoeition, peciallyetdelightedeer / to-day were light. Peas ate In prettiest baby. We are sorry such was Weir, wM' to Mr. John Archibald, of

I& rowelll". more liberal supply, but prices very firm the caae. M there were many exclamations Montreal, Canada. Consideration f3/XJO.
Julia ''', Fannie Irene 11 ills.'i and selling\ from (3 to J 5.fi0 per crate; of disnappoiutcuent, and surprise The NAtt Moore grove at Montclair in Excursions flatly

k. ) Walker. beans worth from f3.50 to fO;; tomatoes when the verdict was announced, and Lake county, to Mr. W. [r raAlvarex.UttieP.t.I'SfflaadM' Powell. $: to |3; beets $1.75; egg plant and cucumbers some were cruel enough to thick it had Consideration n ,(J/'JO./ sUram.r "Bpriuja and Qcklawatut river
cabbage is also in but -- -- Kureka/'CttpUirvCbonf, leaver'
J-l to fO; all teen arranged beforehand, we for
mjn.u ,ladies.H more liberal supply and prices low, and cannot entertain such a. thought, knowing Grand Musical Event. morning Orabarnville train after the arrival the
--- wiling to-day from $1.26 to 1.75 a bar the iudges to to held in the highest. Mru. Ankle G, J>Parker director of the In time /or fryru 0
Ltppm rtl'iTSSa very of rel. it willdobelter\ next eJf. Aspara- esteem by everyone and incapablv of resorting Ocala School of Music, will on about pwtQWr to connect with
ev.uingfraiu for'tl* gus in good demand and selling from 00 to anything that would smack of April, rive another one' of her Op.U; 2d miles-fare
ally and ever- Opu and
with fiowers bunch if The mnilcal entertainment frptu return,$!/0. d-if.tlJa:: t
Cleveland ,In lheN to SOc. a prime. political wire pulling or bribtor). grand and we to haveLATED It hang Strawbc/r.t- are its fair supply and victorious baby was Willie Ella ftell\&f In eying it will surpass al) 'previous .
would greet
,sibs uihil !t where It hI' staff&8enter..J. pricey, range from 25c. to COc. per quart. howling, who bad recently arrived effort in that line. IIalrgains| la Residence Luu.Person .

01)Ir. CI".tlan.l..Dd Idt'a and we They pjuit, be large and fancy, howfver. from Alabama with .,uts. If the *-desiring busifltxwor revtilenee
Pep It was a bright have don to bring tl-e latter price. little victor was not quite u pretty Moca Hoarding JIon to Kent at Crystal Iota adjacent tQ the public space Meld'.

bt If anythinlt WC could exPeiiJtDt Orange i *)w no material change. *others we know lU little heart WMJostaa Hirer. some and tietlrabfe prvpertr. kill rill!! on o

I la I p leased the th I token Russets aA rery scarce at the present! iunooBot as any, and that .it WM A Urge and commodlotu boarding Patti Jones, 'of. .fflce of BullJck 'A

have have witnessed fair ones time rid I ikjl. eial demand and selling Just udear to pa pa and mamma. aPT ofppu house, with ter"IrJ1I'_ houses Cables, Bartordo"ner.; lire la T,,xas, pill- be

ection on the pert of oar he sees the from l-5Ql: ||8> ,a l,P*. |njue{ Fancy 01. ba1Jita, 10041 .e pe In ih lWU will 'y.rdl* etc., \o ren\on ea'1 krm..-Ad;:r:.r. io the city for one wefkfrokn Uvday.: Pitr

ia better halt When know)ii brixbU of desirable site $:T to 13.50; th&& IlU dptleti '''D MM- MAtr Wtuulr", fawn'mo nows care, 't 'b"r i
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-TILE OCALA DAILY BANNER. The New AdmlnlMtration. above electing any man to oflu'e who Tournament rrhes. u. deter- Palace Stom0 !I

-- :II. ..Ii!! -_ does not love the other end of the country The Exposition management one or Drag;:
I To the Editor of the Banner : make tho tournament
OCALA, MARC1f, t9i 1889.I I with the same fervency that hs+ does : to of the Exposi: *
.....1.--%_ I notice you have fault to find with his own, and feel that IIP owes A full allegeHticeto the most attractive doge of people *mil j

.... .... ,t. the cabinet-not with the materialout It all. Then no questions lion and a large number it. --'
F. HARRIS' Editot.t will be asked! or feeling manifested, because beJntliecityto witness! .
of which it is composed, but on account cabinet orticera! do not come from The following prize are otIeretl : .

-- of the localities from which it is our section!! the only question will be are First prize-One hundred dollars in WHOLESALERetail

chosen. It is well known that I supported they the right men for the places they
in gold.
General Harrison, not aa a thing occupy ? prize-Fifty dollars

t particularly desirable in itself, feeling When that time ccmea, a Southern street ii -AND-
that there ought to be something better, Democrat can be elected aa easy as a The Red Grocery, Magnolia ,
Y but because he and the party he represented Northern one,but not the ones that now the place! lo buy your (' Proprietor. I Drugs I Io )
supported protection, and Grover /figurt in florida.
Cleveland and the he representeddid d 311IC'dm
party SAM en. BWD< ETl' -
a I not. The white people of this State

generally believe, as I do, an the vote in Yesterday's Telegraphic; Ilrevllle, Lenten Services. -ALL KINDS OF-

+ the legislature: shows, but from party NItt-ehell Items. There will be Lenten Services aU":ue OILS STATIONERY, TOILET]
fealty and sectional hate, they voted the Robert Dolt, of Maryland, is to be Episcopal Church'On Monday, TufUy ,

: other way. assistant commissioner; of Indian affairs. and, Thursday afternoons at 430: p. in., -AND-

i Such a course is not one to be proud 0 rand Delegates) to the United States Marine and on Wednesday and Friday evenings FANCY ARTICLESIn

:: those who really desire to rise above conference met in Washington, Admiral and 7:30.: _

A sectional animosities will deprecate it. Franklin presiding. Marine signals: lifesaving who is I Isav
If the Northern people had acted in For sale by a gentleman Complete Stock'10 !
Mrs. Cleveland has not only discarded devices, marking and removal of this five fully paid up
r the and refused to vote with ing country
same spirit of wrecks &c. dis
the bustle but bangs also. were the subjects shares in the Florida Produce! Manufacturing -
the party which represented their belief cussed. \\e handle none but the finest brand of dm\

k When is a lady's hair like a defeated because it was the j ran which in a conflict The United States was considering in the secretary Company at Leesburg., Leesburg.ddreM Headquarters for Wall Paper and lardeD so*
r growing out of honest ditferepce necrrt secret session treaties
pugilist? When it is (Ion e up. pending Marchl84t. WHIUIIT A FRAZBR,
T of opinion made war on that section, the Cleveland' dined by Captain General
PCBUC Squiti : : : OciUru
Tho bridesmaids. at recent Democratic white votes there would Salamanca in Havana. hotel that tjul
a Englsh 11A comfortable well kept
have been.. the
scarce as Republican ,
anticipated rioting of destitute
wedding wore cricketing costumes. charges most reasonable rates, Is the
white votes here. ;
laborers Panama Is
at over They
Harriett House, Savannah, Ga., so lore!
' This episode shoTS clearer than I
It isn't the that the most anything accepting the Government oHcesand -Vf
lady wears conducted by Mr. M. L. Harnett. -
which has proceeded it that In fraternizing -
( diamonds who appears the most brilliant. returning home.It York World. marlltf
the sections there is plenty of looks as though Dixon would be GIVEN
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desire to do justice to Ex-PreMdentCleveland's -HERE I AM"offering --
,, has been formed it is stated, and will Senate.
r build works at Orlando, Fla. administration.; ; I have been The Chautanqua at Mount Dora, Lake AWAY !
severe on his wheedling, hypocritical .....
-. county is a success. Attendance is fully : ' '

Those who course concerning the tariff, but I will 50 per cent heavier this season than last. i..........-i public..........the.......tiuet.t....;...&..line.........r"'j'.........i. ....._____um......... ............__._....._.....m.......____
went to Southern California
say honestly that as a whole I Chinese advices say the carpetbaggers' somebody has found; us out at last and beet
!i to dig gold are returning home-that his administration as creditable rater of the Celestial kingdom! are having FLORIDA cure away the secret by which has been*a

is, those are returning who were wise than otherwise. I think he went aboutas about as hard times: as those in the CURIOSITIES, ...H.......... ._
e enough to take along money to pay their far in Civil Service Reform as was. South did in 1878. The verdict: is, they FANCY GOODS

way back. consistent with safety among so many I must JO.The: AND STATIONERY. RO WELL'S"BIG

} hungary sharks. Chinese authorities declare the
Said Senator Edmunds to Senator Tho great and good Greeley once said reports of famine in Central China are -1-
Evarts : "I don't see, Krartn" how you nothing would make a man unpopular
Great is
exaggerated. suffering admit.
stand all this hard work and the endless
BO fast as to set his face uncompromisingly ted to exist in northern For.
provinces. -1--1C BUSINESSAnd
round of social duties. it be
.. Why, towards real reform. You see eign employees in Corea have not been .

S drink a terrible tho strain different upon kinds you of simply wino to he had tried it enough! to know. Not paid for several months and the mint :::::A::full:Line: ot:Magazines: :end:the. :very: ,:..::::: i ..... ..........., .................................. .......----
'' your only was our a very !good has been stopped.A now the secret bus beef me public pW
.. eel at tho various bonno you go tn." administrative officer; but I do not hold freight collision at Orange Park set -LATEST NOVELSalways !i erty and town talk there Is no use our keep
'Tbe different kinds of drink," repliedMr. that he ment harm to the :. lug quiet ro we admit that the secret 0(00.
any country engine free and she wild
.. Evarts, "cause me but little concern in his! tariff muddle.) He might have an Jacksonville, damage ran almostto on hand at"OCALA ...great-...... .trade.......H.Is..".............................. _.. -:

'so long kinds an they that urn upset It the indifferent thought the )people he was but working that they for the would interestof not from Advises it. from no Home say the resulting New ::::::..::: : ...NEWS:' DEPOT. ,':::.:::::.9m..81.8.:::..::::: TO SELL THE BESTAND

take his policy straight and he must Catholic: University at Washington will
A hast been established! the object it with i lini Booked
paper sugar-coat diplo hAve a monopoly of superior education
of which is. to bring all churches macy. He madea mistake but he would in America. HARNETT -
.t together It begins to bring about :this have got there all right if his :Northern Now that the copper syndicate of the :::::: HOUSE :::::: Ask the Lowest !!

onion as follows: followers haul been :i" subs rvient u* his world has "gone up dame," with a loss
t+ The water In din, Southern allies. -1-i ... .
of 130,000,000.( its affairs are being investigated ;ih'f
:Y : Betit'Ruuile; and"lovreit priceTn"brief: ii
And tprlnkllng\ lu twin While I try to give: Mr Cleveland
in Paris.
LEADING POPULAR HOTEL : fills our more with and male a :
) OF- customers
It wants everybody to bo baptized by credit for every thing that belong to him
+' Immersion. Of course it will succeed I have elilllOllition| to be alike courteousto The New Orleans Parlunent enjoys of Holland racing. has de. .- .!.jjioiiKhold...word......."of.. .the......name_......ot...... "H' --:

.o on that platform. tin* present incumbent. I do not believe clared the king {incompetent. SAVANNAH, GEORGIA

1 you intend to find fault merely for The United Stttes Navy Yard committee -I- ROIVELLS:

The most valuable freak among!: dime the flake of so doing, neither do I desire on a selection of a site, were ................... .......................

museum curiosities is Lucia Xarate, "the criticism to shield and our denunciation present President for from dined at Mobile, Alabama. [ mCTRIC. ..Uittm. ..AND..BELLS. I I1 ; -.---.--.- .-......... .-. --....-
Mexican midget." Mie has made her unworthy John Bright, the English statesman, is
acts, but in thin rase I believe him as defensible dead. -1-
father rich. She: maintains her family,
;'ts takes a maid interpreter around tho and justified. \VurU isetill agitating the judicial Artesian Well Water. Street Cars to all Depots
Time is too Urge to have ) !
u' country and draws a salary of $iOO a country ) every waters ut Washington.The -I- Millinery Millinery
c joint in it well represented the email
week. She receives more than almost | Atlanta A :Florida II. II., is said to RATES
number composing the cabinet, except bottled at Ft. Ga. and will TO $2 PER DAY
,' any operatic star in the land. She is by the indirect way of selecting those to Savannah.Col. up Valley, go 'Tmchtf. : .........................-....... ......
small to but
i money national spirit and aim ; those who !. C. F. liters former Floridian : Our Milliner is at home again
i 4 enough! to enjoy it. She insists upon are living above putty local bias. The living In Orange county, a died in McMull- : ....... ..:.:""_..... ........................... .....
the luxurious hotels '
at most
living never '
rides in anything but a' and always aim should be to select men fur a national en, Texas. | JUST FROM: THE NORTH
eats a handsome supper washed down by position in all cases, living in that exalted Judge Sawyer, of San; Francisco, has THE LOST CHORD) ..
atmosphere, and a New Yorker in
decided that the Government bo ;
champagne at night.' can : With a Full and Stock ofFINE
that frame of mind, would present sued on land equity claim ........... Complete ..
Florida better than Floridian whose : ::: :
a The that work had been --- -
Our patriotic citUons Ihol1hlnot hurry report suspended --
umetal vision and IILLINmt
:. about adding the four new stars to the aspirations are narrowed in the Pittston, Pennsylvaniacoal .
to State boundaries.
mine is Incorrect. Be lure and read this splendid
j" old Hag.: There are still but 38 and that piece
number will t b n sufficient for nearly a National specimens of public men in Young liismark dines with lord Salis ..........j.o--E erything! : :F1retClass: H.ooGOODS .
the South
not M'A
very numerous. They POEMS
year and a Iialfto comf' The reason! for bury.The
4 have been
fed too tho GUARANTEED-
thin is shnp'e! The exclusively on Hebrew Orphan Asylum, of Atlanta .
a very one. recent Each line will make your desire
Calhoun doctrine and that it not Increase
IS suitable
: I will be with
admission opened a grand ball
: set which applies to North and
to develop them. Tosuy that President : .
South DakotaMontana Washington, to-night. ISN'T THATGOOD .I1ood: & Hash
Harrison should select advisers ? = =
' ? all. It among us, suitable or not suitable, Wagram, France. 2,000 covers will be ..
at only provided way by which Is nourishing that sectionalism which N ew Goods of all descriptions are
they may be admitted The people of and I laid.The Ufford'i Old Stand: Public Square: Ocal'I.TllEREDU6TIO1i 1
the four territories must elect delegatesin you deplore.The steamer Cotlan, near Lake Chit.Y .
( Sateens of
great mash of the Southern whites Every shade
April to C'Onst1tnt1onaC'on'entionll, those pala. Mexico, foundered and fifty bodies ,
who believe
even in lrtlKidelltIIlrri800's
Yt who ,ret required to meet and frame have been found, with more to follow
State constitutions. These constitutions protective policy did not support It was a Urge excursion party.A J list pouring In our ti cloin More
. bo submitted him, and we have leason to believe, collision on the East Tennessee 11. '
must to a popular vote in
October and State ottlcers elected If were willing reprehensible means slfbuld ; R., twenty miles south of Atlanta resulted BEAUTIFUL ZEPHYR CLOTHS j i
be employed defeat fair :;
the constitutions are adopted at that a expressionof in the death of Engineer Gillons,
the colored voters. Under all the /\
time the president is authorized to issue and the injury of others.A s pretty u you ever saw. -'-'.. .. ..-"
circumstances, if we left out the im -
a proclamation of admission. But even are few of the Fall River, Mass., weaver ..-.... -'
then the government does not add the partial verdict will be, "it is good enoughfor strikers, have deserted and gone to work Fine Table Linen Towels --
us.. I would call attention to the but the main body stand firm Etc. )
v stars, for the law provides. that stars representing ; OF STOCK '
fact that there is
a vast extent of
rountry had ,
,- new States shall not be added !Madrid Spain an earthquake. |M|oire Silks China Silks
lying between the river and and Surahs
to the flags in government use until July the Pacific Ocean Mississippi wider Mrs. Benedict, daughter of Mr. and too. .::==:=:.:=: : : :.r
4th following their admlsaion. This embracing a Mrs. Flagler, died on the Yatcht Onea.Ia, DAMASK TABLE ::=:::: ;;
e area and more varied interests than the CLOTHS DOYLERS MEANS *
will put off the day of forty-two stars till near Charleston. Mrs. B. has been very GOODS AT" -
July 4, 1800 At that time all can shout supposed slighted South that is also unwell and a sea-voyage; was recommended I edit Linen. Lawns and Challlet * AND BELOW.
ana hurrah tlag. pawed by,and this, notwithstanding the as a last resort. Mr. Id. M. not a few .H_..___........._..._.._._ .
over a new
fact that it manifested a confidence and Flakier/ and family were at Charleston, Embroidery Linen ....-..........---..------ .
friendliness iu the new administration awaiting the arrival of Mrs. B, Plain an Stamped. I ;;.
Oil Billiard.
by showing a united front and heavy ;
A Dale Dan Admtn t.traUoD. majorities in his favor. Oen..I'r7or'n Panacea N ew ""*.in Hen teuas> pretty sight to lee :I o--e.t

President Harrison and his eight; cabinet I would rt' l1t'ctfullllUk i/ you think .._..._..I..M_._...
members make a complete base ball those States and territories W 'V'u the Perhaps Gen. Pryor in his Herald Hamburg Embroidery and; Lace

f uine. This positively explains. why the' the Union," aa the counterpafQlit your m interview, where he urged high: protection TILEwPLM
1. secrstaryahipufagriculture\ was created inifstion cxtncerulug the SuVi. All I : as the remedy for a solid South, forgot &, t'1C'h tine or Drsns Goods the1'Mt\ -'- )
this is on the supposition that the to note the recent developments of ( they .---.-..
Conc"alect'Veapoul. South: Is not represented In Harrison'* this policy? In the olid North," Since Ribbons all 1Vidth
cabinet. But before we leave the sub Harrison, with his blessed era of pros- Shades 8:
'I One of the last editorial articles written ject, it is well t3 enquire If that allegation lrity, entered the White House the ,

by Captain Dawson editor of the is really true. Not if Missouri is a rt'OOl'tlstanlll about as follows : Finest line of Ulnghams that you did eves eA.L.IDIFS' I
Charleston fftut and Courier who was ., Southern State, and I han alwajaheard Failure of the Reading Iron Works
murdered by Dr. McDow was one it reckoned as such. I believe a little (heavily protected) and thousands of AND CU1LDRESSF SHOES

i [showing the danger ot' men I reflection will convince you that you men out of employment. h
teeing allowed to carry concealed weap- I were too fast in your statement, Collapse of the Bellefonte GlassWorks Q just step In and try us; lee if It will not fM.F l L'f'

..4 M. lie evidently did not exaggerate and the charge that the South was ignored (heavily protected) and hundreds -ol'R GOODS .----

"' 'ill* danger ofdhiis he appreciate the I. by the new administration, must t of men thrown out of work. ARE riR3X QUALITY_ --------
prophetic force utterances. That be withdrawn. Strike of 10,000 operatives at the Fall C'e8oJ i -
article should be copied In every journal You propose to let a "Southern Democrat River cotton mills (heavily protected) jf your eipectattons on the spot OCALA, : : I 2 2 i n

loathe land and impressed upon the lead the fortunes of the party in against the starvation rates of the millionaire -._----------
people by reference to the fate of Its the next great struggle," and pay MY hen, owners. Beautiful Figured Challlcs, Be per IudIGENTs ---.- .

author In speaking of a crime com. a Southern man is elected President of Strike of operatives at the Rankin

milted the day before, Mr. Dawson the United State, sectionalum wile l mill (heavily protectedagainst) a forced Also a fine line ,
saidThe evil spirit was there and th cease." If that elected Southern mail reduction of 10 per cent in their wages. of- e -

weapon.was ready;;' so but a few hoursafUrwaixi should chance to be a Republican I do Minor failures and strikes in other CLOTHING
.the evil spirit in the breast not think the circuwaUncu of his being protected IndnMries and the formation SNOWDEN & McFDiucrt tb

aiothiyrperved the arm of the yiasaaalthat attached to the one party or the other, of labor combines to ;secure the protection i**. -- 11 tbd a close thelife of a would make any difference. Sectional which the law itself refuse to shoes dims and Fumlahlng r1 ( doe

sutapokan, .' Ofj !Urn will continue while we cultivate the grant. '-1- OF
it' A native of the South,, we.have sectional spirit no matter from which I If the laborers and mechanics of the VERY
_ry y". ad,:occasion to carry a concealweapon end of the country', nor from which party : South' propose to do any voting,' and L01Y PIt f/ :;
Nor will any other man wh our chief executive !* chosen Sect I not the capitalists only, perhaps lea i f1 r

.' hM not murder in his hear, ionallun will be curved when we are I Pryor will find It Lard to plant the panacea BENJAMIN
ID that region. l UTI

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SemiTropicalExpositionThis .

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Exposition, incorporated under the laws of the Slate of Florida opened ItOL -- '

LA MARION dlTY, FLORIDA, JANUARY, 29tll 1 1889. ,

CLOSE MAY FIRST 1889. : : .

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This will be an Exposition of 1'omological, Horticultural and Agricultural product of Florida, and her Roils, timbers, woods, minerals and live Block, and in addition articles .
I and products of general interest from all States and countries. Entry is open to the world for the display of ita products. No charge for entries nor : spaco for the products or ," 1
I manufactures of Florida.I .
The United States Experimental Station for improvement and development of products indigenous to this Kcction has been located contiguous to our exposition ground .,
feiTWe invite exhibits' of all descriptions, particularly those pertaining to the arts, mechanics andAgriculturo: guaranteeing uniform courtesy to all exhibitors.



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W. WILSON', President( 'V.1. FOX First Viee-PresidenU I DR. II. KNIGHT, Second Vice-President '

C. \V. CAMPBELL, SK.. General Manager. G. S. MAYO, Treasurer. J. O. CLARKE, 8ecrotaryt f


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Capital, 1! ix4 Authorized Capital CAPITAL STOCK 810,000.0() -- ,

Paid Up SURPLUS S.CfiO.OO ) '
w $150,000. COMltETI SS OF STOCK :
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Quality of Goods and Low Prlooa.
JNO. F DUNN, Jresidttu.
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f 11 R. B. MtCoNWKLL Cathirr JOBBED I0 {

C.4 :III:=:IL Being rune etlabliihed in our new and elegant Bank:building we art prepared to puarantet'tatufaetionlto -Located next door to ;Nsuonal Dank.).
: : all. tmU-M
General Banting bun", ,,tra1lMU' d. Exchange bought and told.
banking houses! in the State owned by the :BOARD OF DIRECTOR8.JNO. .:---
f the finest and lit equipped Collections on all point. .
Ones hive i eve: facl1 urtePyoandafavor to our customers consistent with safe -or-
k.1e extend careful attention to all businesa entrusted to uenkinganJeiyaur
1 1e Will eproropt and
and all business In our line and .F.DUNN, HARD
Po National Dank, Now York, N Y. Sasll.Doors.Blmds

porters Bank of Georgia, Savannah. .
iu all important cities in the West.! CORJWSPONDEN7l.'.' -AT- ,
Correspondents .
special National Park: Bank: Of News YorA: Mat Ao/uW Bank
of Boston.
National Bank: of Savannah: Otoryia.nwJMO A. E. DELOUST.

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II> ,q0 a Nev brick MuH caw fttW f urnitwttpeekrl : AD Work oa rpIr of Clocks ud "a&dwie -Warr Slat &iu as.- Instruments IOOAUL I
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New York Sun.arematton. Transient Rates $2,00 to $$100

Becommlng Popular. Day Weekly Rates $toOO uj
Cremation societies! are being augmented
in this country bv women of the Upwards accordlag to Location

better clans who are joining them rapid ( of Rooms.
ly. In New York, Brooklyn and Bos-
ton there are a great many well-kn >wn Address.!
;t woman enrolled among the cremation- II. J. llOSENBUEQi '
ista. +nd' the movement i is indorsed by aItllt Mall
greater'number who have Dot taken Late of Park Avenue Hotel,New York, m
paint I 'toj) become members. Mary A. ton House, Niagara Fall
Livermore, Lucy Stone Miss Peabody) -- p ---

Clara Era Clne, Clement Waters, Edna Open All Year.INCORPORATED.

p Dean Proctor, Lilian Whiting Lucy ------ -
Larcom and Miss Whitney are among '
those in Boston who advocate burningthe :
dead. In New York there is a yet .
grander company of literary anti artistic : Te Ocala Oopanj
t women, and throughout the countrythe
prominence and numbers of(crewa ,
tionlsts are surprisingly) large. Nearly)
all the members of the Nineteenth ]
Century Club are outspoken adherents
of this ancient custom. Many members
r\ ,', of Sorosis of the Author's Club and the t
;' Artist League: ,are cremationUts and the /k.
't rank and file heterodox poople are its : STOCK $500,000.00]

: advocates. Among! Unitarians cremation
.:.. is generally accepted 'as (the bent
mode of disposing of dead bodies, aril
not a few orthodox Christians favor itearnestly. flints COMPANY la now prepared to sell Stock
J. or lots 40x100 feet from $10 upwardsind located
r Miss Frances K.: Willard, the at the "West End" Ocala.
president of the .W. C. T. U. and of the chasing One Share of Stack of One
American Woman's Council indorse itt wU be given ten cmUgumu U> .
so likewise do Miss Maria Mitchell]|. the For further particulars call upon or j
astronomer: Harriet Hosmer, the IIcnlp- Goo. 8. 31 &WtlU"Do11an
tor, who is in this country on a \Ht{ after No. Marion Block
an absence of thirty years Mme Le '
.4 riongeon, the arthrcolopist, and Mrs.
w' Frances B. Thurher. Mrs. Livermore I
' attributes her horror of the grave to a 'V.0 ImdwlSfebWEIHE
string of which she had to com-
a .miL to memory tut a Sunday school les

lIOn began : ,,
"Oh Could we step Into the grate .
A I And lift the oomn 11<1. -LEADS IN THE-- -L
And I look upon the greedy..wurm. .

t;t' and! Df"":its aversion That realism eat away tii burial shocked the dead-Mrs.her Into Elizabeth a life- '. .. Well\ Clock Joiveiry l :

w Y. Stanton believes in cremation on :
hygienic grounds, so also do !Susan: B. .
Anthony Mrs. Thomas, president of ,
;d Borosis, and Dr. Mary Putman Jacobi. ,
Among literary women who are avowed
cremationists are Grace Greenwood) ..t
Edith, M. Thomas Celia Theater, Shire: )
-0RepairIng !
ley .Dare, Helen Campbell Mrs Ella: "' l!,
_ Wllcox; Mrs. Abby Sage: ftichardaon, '.
a Specialty
r Olive Thorn Miller "
.IIDt 8Kle Chandler, --- ---
Sarah K. Bolton Elizabeth Akens, Uoso ";" '
Terry, Cooke. Margaret J. Preston, A TOWN bTi' A TOWN o-

q. Laura C. Hallow,, Octave Thanet L 0-0 K LOCATED( ox WEST: SIDE or SQuJ.RI-))
,a Miss Holley (Josiah Allen's wife), Kate KOII I Tolt OTI'I
,,."t Field, Rebecca larding Davis and Mary 3m3M&
> D. Bryan. A, perfected list would) In. $25.99.. $25.00.

t; clnde,. the majority, of the prominent .' ''''''''- ..... ----..... .
wofren Writers I ==.::,: _: : : ="::::: :::" ---: -- --- --- -
of the day and a large..;
. precrntage of the coldege bred of ...... LAND TITLES I I1
,/ the nation. women :: _: '() I.I r '"Isli '))E' "r {) t !T" ; i-il r y'l .A ys"f -.........--.. .....

' How President Harrison Lost a Hal .- I IIi1s.............._...._....-........._____..................._......._.._.............._..__._._......__...!.UNLY-II i !II: I I -1-:
,& on the Klectlon THE BEACON & ADAMS
1:: .
The inauguration was over. The

.: President surveyed the dripping and The first in the field New Semi-Tropical addition to the City of Ocala I Anderson's ABSTRACT t COUPANT.I .
; ruin of new addition
thapelesa a silk hat
l once elegant
and shook his head. sadly, "It is not adjoins the Semi-Tropical Exposition grounds. Three hundred lots now offered at 825 each, for thirty days I-;
:\ worth .grieving over," ohseneJ the only. The property is elevated and overlooks the city. South street is now being graded to the DronetV THE PLACE 70 GET THE FA CIS
.\ Vice-Preaident. tIlt is only a hat "I The proposed "dummy line,(' when completed, will add 100 per cent to the value of every lot. Lots te
t. ear nothing for the hat \itself," said) the paid for on the installment plan, if dchired. No commissions, no agents ; buy direct from owner. The can -1-
f President "but it breaks a clean record.! of the BANNER will select lots for non-rebidents. "Get in on the ground floor." editor mc
} Plat can be : : OCALA Roves
l It is the first time Morton, th 11 seen at office
ever of
tj lost 'a hat on an election"-Chkago II. L. Anderson, or address II. L. Anderson. Lock Box 1L 5, Ocala Fla.
" >IJI3m!
: .
;.:, '1' To my 1'atronn. :
For our mutual benefit, I will lease THE OCALA HOUSE. E.
about the first of'April for New York to XTOTICK H 11KREBY UIVENTi11TEAI.ED I B. RICHARDSON
the' i>| MJ. (or recUiKtb'(kalallixtiKchiK>l HulUt- II
attend cleniaal'schoolM. I
'.. Polyelrnic a liiiC will be rrtrlTfJ t>y the Trurvs of the Ocala -THE
. for graduates in medicine and surgery. lllxh school until April Itt, 1111\9. flans and I -
,' Dr. Alston a physician of experience, rwclftcallonj now rraay at the oMr( of T J.Htwkarchltect Finest
: Livery in
A will ,; otlice The tnistees reserve the prlv I City
occupt my during my liege of n-JtH-ling any or all bldt Uoud for uilh-
%. febAemd/aivl solicits.a share of the prao ful wrforiuaDMof contract to lx given. nnj in The Hotel -0LEAnING
l tic t4Qcj' and bids to K E. II\KK1 4. Leading of the City
Chairman Heard TruUe Ocala HUh School ,
I commend him to your kind consider Attest::..\\'M, FOX Necret.ry. SAXES STABLE
4' ation. U. I). THOMPSON.Lo d web 1:*. IS, 16 and 114, wit '
--- -- -AND-
.t Note.'. .

B nes. fort$J50S and another for $110 I Iiven"Ly'Denma TUB STATE! MCKAY;
t( gi ; Addison payable to I Resident Dentists. ARCHITECT AND
8 m' Burns, and held by rhomas J. I MIKCIIANT' NATIONAL BINK BUILDING I BUILDKB,
s) ,j .Barnes. The public cautioned against I OCALA FLORIDA. DEsIGNS AND
ti, # Dtgotiatin for said notes. I Ia It Fgr'TMATihtrnlahed .

i !\ ;i5\ d Qt T1I9M4S. BAH-SKS, prawned AH branch.KooU of crowned dentistry with porcelain Teeth filled or told and Repainted Inside and Out]! on. Application-,

:. \ : AJIentlon} Ocala llliteu. MoUi. ArtiflrlaltrtilioineneioathtaafallaeU ---o.OniCaRzatOxacg .
trtcUy fint-olui lkontbtr1 at moderate price. .-
:, .
: andlxtK.OCALA ;
{ At a meeting of this company held TOOTM row pta. a era 4LT'f : on.nae ;
}, .' March 27Hu it.'as ordered on motion.thauiAll .. .
--- -- --- FLO
btir. tba do attend altdrills BitLBflW
A : mtn:> a nun cases REFITTED THOROUGHLY WITH
..: shall with the to ELEOAN -
not go company fULLKR( C1IACK, FURNITURE --------- -
f. -------
Jacksonville! April 13th and to the annual ,
encampment April 30th 1889. DES TISrx -I I IJ.. BROKAWi

r f 0, A. NABU, Capt. special att.ntiongtvin Crown BriJ.wort,
I. .' OoldpUtea. and all flm .F". Magnolia Nursery. lot to the Dental Art. Uu administered lor the TIIE 'c
palnleea eitrarUoit of teta. Office In First BEAUTIFUL UWHS MO MARION
t The finest apd beak variety of orange K atonal Ban Bulldinc Oct 6 Umac CROQUET! QRJjIMBSFo
.trees for the least money to l>e had oft SEIIYDSANOflZR ;
J, W. \ F. D. W.JT&? & T.(IAltT,1t. D.
,t. i1. 1 1

f '\ ;t ONOE It r CD,.TbeOcmlaPIam.bers. ".1. 'l' ;yg,1 ranlaArr:: ...IVM..... TO THB PUBLIC A.

:: F Call and examine their fine stock Itglvr4 Aga1w d dary's fyoe OQA/4 TaxI AmT TO : t r ; L. w. THAYEB, IIASAass. or 3UIa=z? BTOCKBPCIA1-,

and et,food work at re&IOaableprieee D' .241"r-ro1 ..,...... Ia n.w a OOALy )
1 ;' dSldeclm w1aalO.l'l-q' 1.o1UD4.:

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]tae 4
11A11A IUGIT T( ftTEL. Grand mall and .
aC1 lIUEAD Jury General Preacutment. WHO IS TO DliAMKMr. ?
FLA. 1
r ,,1 tllistkm rfilu
Cll, zrrt Qa.E Cardinal i OCALA, FLA., March 20, 18S9. -- strong drink. ,

ilia''lets.ajtrx on the Bnl\Ject.In Delicti 1o the ltm. J. J. Rnlty, Judge of tAr fifth Goes Continues Argument.Htv can lOtI done vlglli itditritlve
HARRIS, Editor The dn(.trin that i JudfrtaCtrowU Ctxtrt in and for 3ftirton 11. MASH- in last letter some not prevent It.
A '.tf'\nll'fu"1 may County, Stat oHonda.. C. I- toy ariMinp a spirit
steal bread, which Cardinal Mnnninii is" w..ks ago 1 mentioned a few points ol yours otI1t'c''mber free,' that wouii.--- ---
Ruppom-dio nave conformity of time honored cnMom answt'ring two to or-e '
.-anctfoninftrr-aTr! : trf 21, that spite' lft\l'otr my
filial conference and the requirements of duty, we, the article had ar-prarvd In You My, thnsctr
of the church rand tu that blUe and; u my plural gun buslnitbunlticsj.IwIUpr: & COUXTY ,
so he contributes articJedir( jurors, empanneiled in and for the the lu' iwobsuesof the IUNNEK; I deemed U
con -'
a "Ja \
issue of the Amencan Catholic Kent, for Inxly of Clarion county, deire herewith )url to give yon au opportunity and then follow And >ct you say ti C T U p ri Y s '"
the to make thin our general presentment to kiKiwIiiiranddvpievil __ __ .
of before reply
purpose mftkinr; the trine more the honorable but as you prefer my finishing you and drunkrne. I
court. The
clear number of 1
: will do i OFUCERS
M. I and ,
Y" don't cases brought' to the notice of thw
y The cardinal exr-Ulni that hU appeal to the grand To illustrate and justify prohibition you say many thousand yea: t. glary
jury considered!
l4'#" of nature e M, In a oonf ftjnc by rasa amounted to I most city councils forbid the but kiln g of wotMlenstructures luC'.K'k.
Our publl* law-tltm not 4 a 35, of which there have been found :2i! within the lire, limits., And the laws of can I* bad. and the 11.
om tlail. i "D.t wrttMi for n* in out (heretl true bills I pistuleAnddcaelI1 was lnten l xl\liMUU.! '
an follows! Murder[ ,2; larceny thvetateprohlbl/thecarrylafnl"
day, meet Uttrlr", ere! : all only mention yon
.ol'tt'tlt' wt. lt dap 2 weaponsecretly or conraaliMt. That'a tier ;
of domestic
; larceny animal', 13; (carry oftblriK maiiduieuU. "go JI'\'A"aowl'en.
hardl' beneaemattyto right bucn laws spring inapt the nature
jusdly "hat haw j&hl
Over I Ito babi e s I ing conceals weapons, 2; the remainder ., are reasonable, and their Jn>tlc* Is rt'mllljrprwviYed. stranicoRixts", prop iblla, T,ei reen.
baby dayTaylor among Catholics.:the cardinal writes. "I might being for various minor offence. ." The council doer not pmhlbit I the andiKlntc.outthev"wboislo r. DUl1n.'
even My among CbrintUiM; but both Catholic Th* ctnuparithely shall' number* ofawe building: of houm-s within the Ore Urn. flu, but rt'ltu I blame VTFVnY 7lK."W. Agnew.
and Christian late. and how of what uiaterlaltbey Ar.'fcM'lence wel'll'ma 1 ttowetbkl..llontgO. jt.
1A UBI III.1.jro ; art ofto not fully aware of the whlih we hc\e to report at this must pnwrlbes Iw built of. done nut attempt I ud in.: I. Brown and W. U. Mar'
meets Price ami slid gru1 OR which they habitually time is doubtless owing to the diligentefTorlM to prevent the carrying of deadly weapon, but of free ROT rrntui'ROtial ;

bavelseoA'here. = rest I will, therefore, draw out In lull what the of the ''Inljury at the last defines; how they may I* <.am x). rohlMllousa rights vlndlcauyT. VIM J .
elan his other day, 1 flpt'C'ial sli -- nf'wll'ar.erY. gave only {lu reference. I do thin, term recently held and we are pleased tuarr, unjust and nnnwnonable, and will beTaiivd well ; where opPFFICERS.forenllKhteningaiid .
band x t UO a Reek. not out of t-edantry, but out of prudence, fortome to be able to congratulate the people In the futurv a. it has Deco ID the! pant. wnl.' McOonatby

grain at the Expo!' food men! may, fur w''ant of knowledge be of Marion county and the court The real ojalon law of this State does not prevent .that are not born of'hrla'l1er.
row at 3 Wattle misled. upon the sale of liquors{ but ngnlatos and prescribes 'I '
o'clock al W. l'
book.uator the
prospect a flpvcJy clearing of the how they may t* sold, old by whom and liberty, "enrv
offal 1.; with a deficit. oflor The doctrine of the Catholic church may be criminal ilo:ket.IVrhBp where sold. Seal, CItra.

JUDU 1 i 'n.1ata!! In the,words r
I natotEroin-has been who sums up what hu been always and : that it la the dawn of a new era to be moralists. in all Its should legal dealer a k. and would property obviate moat enlorced. Ocala lu ; the truUlou-M.' .1..

t.r"l ;y I tphit Rill,! pronounced everywhere been taught before him. and hl Sum'. flignalized; by the diiunnition of crimean of evU"arowlnlCout I of tbe rtr.ftIO. AudIt A oorresiKindent of ['' W, l.ont' W, I'.

1w.1ri& in,few probably returnIT Theologlca, with ,UIQ Holy fpipmre .h.*' ,! the inauguration of a better and for a want sufficient lewprranco and moral (U. I.,) EnG],riet a'hol'trrin, W, PwU-
\ days!!. ) strength in the community, that law cannot "beufortwd
1J:..... been laid lmt uftienfc l coouclM teeth
otn > & moral condition! liin
e more healthy of and
society as p.ovlded for, then It Is not only free- eyes earn oi>en,1 1 II meet the dretSlonbi -
The der York-\r highest authority in tbe tradUioii!o| C'tU>Ut ana that the time is fast upptoaching ilh, brat wicked Ui pane a stronger law or adol"roblbltlon I'olr.of Oiala as t the COt ,l
1 that.Gro"t'rouliah doctrine, Under tbe local licenso !; T \\artinann
.tk'1181s when our citizens may be able to leave option eye the t.lAle : .
n ePelaad6for rem not one fifth of the pU<*s where selling and ...'liuriH?e. ;
with First-By the law of all their homes
nature men have acommon and families
unprotected tb.
otherwise : + ;
g'ee in ; disposing ofllyuonasuoder onr preseiit OcaUtathecounly iatof jlayiuvery:
DoaidalIt right to tbe nile of things which WMcfciteM and find on their return that the one entirely prohibitory law would be Maintained, Is. also, one of tGe most Intercut k
E for them and their uit nance.1 : baa been unmolested and the other 1100' oue tenth the number of persona were engaged South as It Is here I hat the Hen UKAL.TH.
x.Prjdtlll Cleveland and I In the nefarious trafflo then an now The sltlon is holding forth (lea b
Second-But this common 4 their
party right 4o not eictadto Secure during absence. iuw>feu formerly paid out tor U.-.JDIltltI Mlounllnth'l. to siioreed lallahameo
"fedlltrnasafey! Crowds or peo. the pbmck lon of anything which becomes We have made the usual examination .county Is now paid out by those' vile low the nut, and truly; from M whmthouyMewr.tlsotu ; .

bb .,_..and the ex-Presi- proper to each, The common right U by natural ti >In of the public offices and inquiry dives to bummers and di'ummers to steer st rangers of the dUl!rent cities she downs

fct wt"pren tn enthusiastic reception.SwstJ law, and the positive i of property! Ii ex Into the various! interests of the county and where Railroad uot only bade drinking to theso U freely sink tudulgod of Iniquity lu,, u about l yothce-tho centre of tiN l+tatewhPDF'n .

pedlvnt for three reaWra*. 1, what li our own, t it and beg leave to report tho result as out where gambling holds high cainlval making cnpliul 'Is in on* of the fur oorlle..... ,

of : 1 tare is full of more carefully used than what U common, 2, follows ; worse than Idlers wf ids former ; laborers who UU has want Her populstioa i.

Tu i and ttalld.\ resolution par baa human affalra are better ordered :tI11rt'cognlzedpriate ] | I t We find tho office of the Clerk in a .oak.n,.1I,1.bor.occaxloual now are drink paid caterers and usually fur these did slum their .g7-roweMsA-nd lens! arc never empty the lanro purr r;' ;uheio-

ht a i ntnktd &ta change the name of rtghti.. 3..human'IOC\\t\ i I. more lact- number one condition. Books and documents holds, aiding to dolxiuch theIr fellow men and lunch/ Inrger should not Jacknonvrjj layelatmft"W0'; ; ; :: : ". .A"

to rig tiny: because it is the name of tug when each hin hh own frcMcted by theMaw r of all description orderly and evade tae law. '1 bcse are they with their bousesand that IU"", -. t.
tlulr of
bowia' mtfiunco, who are likely! tostrike out the way as the .
m, i pruiiat of the late Confederate of Justicetuumculque: neatly, Veptj.- Although the systematic brtiuls with the cbiirdi fanatics I Ui continue th'ii, Tithed, by the Southern present! count soawItftSOCIf '

1 Tttr/.TlwrtfthQretore, U always a sin, for I and orderly vtrrangements organized by liar state of things, against' the thinking cans fJUII. iu order to reach the caplu, per it

r : two reuoDl: 1, ttU contrary to justice. 2. it Ucommttted the present Incumbent is all that can bo liana, social moralist cud the true friends! of tem travel many miles and 'It is but right thtfy that mime f II

do tiief Juice Matthews the United eltner by stealth or by violence. done at present toward placing the office p lTh'.1.hi: that moral coming aspect conflict of of prohibition whit you II here should For l*>rrjuioii removed Ocula to a Is in rt'|t'onvemeul quarter.

of 16ufc t1Tt, died at his home I Fourth-But the human and potltlre Uw cannot In a perfect condition, it ia absolutely and .statistics. show U to be in Main and other little p fly nurcoed. It w old hopeful bo and may the
p t'titi: tat Saturday. His re- del'Oate'roIQ/ the.natural/and Divide{ law necessary that more convenient and I prohibition. +ute. We' Mill look ..l U <<111.o<'lall)'. her CAP and she baa falledto receive a flno feather In C '
.. ai
gbl i lIlI j''taker/ Cincinnati" for According to the W vln. law all: \hltp'fa ordained ample retx-pticjes) for the public records 1 I ury About/from&tbe).ouo whisky were annually trafllo b paid fore Into prohibition the tn<.as, h'here iiinrsM are some a number I of her more uf lucky s Inters. many

"Di Thi members! of the Supreme to iiutaln the life of mad, au times.
[will attend in a body. Ihedlwfafonaadapproynatfoabt thing cannot and Improvements introduced in timer |I' will awl annually about that amount to prose and thcr* nrell\u of ibem. are filled: to Theh Hols, ,,

llr, -- of in CUM of est l to serve the. beet interest of the public cute the violators of tbe law sod not ono In ten as w ell as many private boarding overflowInir. .
hinder the lurtenance mm nly. ece ot those who are engaged in the tradlo will "be Millie littlo city tears IIOUKOS and .
n in* IroaJs' in Iowa fail to pay even Therefore, the posfetilong of those who and thereby enable the clerk to fully : touched. Only the wmk and lens jullty 1 'be being one of tux f.w plates the proinl In tho dlstiuctlonot
and completely dl harp e the duties of oJv red a* a sacrifice to appvitso those '' w'h tusking Htato that is
?ipensis. The total have food super-abundantly, are do* by the 1 ; am any money,

ft:f: f property is $43,530.16.asaa&vjit The natural law for the Sustenance of the poor I his oltice. We would therefore urge, tho I Illicit blamu"trame loran a nil )thereby augmenting inrrrMAingtbeevlUof and promoting the- ;

; melts of railroad official Bt. Alphonsus consulted for Uls theology some County Commissioners the propriety temperance. Thus makliifVdltlurenco of IKK),* JAM IJ IIS R

.. gig case of net earnings! of '1I'nhpend ., spa I slithers, and his decisions, there fbre, rw4 and necessity of making a moderate appropriation I note facing annually the out-come to Uio of tax Jlfoyel'll.wUtakes.! You are now MOOJUIEAD1 ,
our city ai it State' for the'year 1888. upon the widest foundation aud may be safely for that purpose. We also 1 advocate: liberty and that dlclpllne which 1f ,
ollowed. 1.1,. Alphonsus says that tho doctrinet believe that the vault wherein public I comes from a free play of temptation.Mid have ,

certain and r. founded the doctrine' ofThomas records are kept Insecure against fire contempt lot tuos* who uuunu stand theprus- =--cl'1 ANL UUlNTY '
Mis, An)! lent' has i issued a proclama- upon and we reccomend that I cure. rheadvcxates sub doctrines: you say f f: :: ( 1Q lf1 == '
he Oiklahoma boonwrs to pat ; brat that in such a case, "all things a competentarchitect I often time se!their own toue swi'pt luto tbe gutters

late IaJor leave t'6YU1u'terft "..' re common," fcfth dent oltl ; vault thoroughly and report to the I say to face tae out- nua of ocp'i owu teachings. Is
( \ the dividon of fuod wa| JIttrWucedcannoC now located In
in the 01 : Man81Jt, /) l.iiI oar! Comrniwiomeni his My teaching by both'1 and example, Ilias room U K. K. Yon,. A 00.'.
County thei new bulldln
Ihf natural *.V {'hough tn extreme or been I
'hell to .tie aJdet")( &<.h.btJ) temperance even loabbtlutllce from all In- lauds; : I Have ,
yiiiir :
She iutay lira opinion the ..sine.o located l hrfrrre amUUd'1u; ,
th' rrf4.1i"f' neceMlt probably bey : W '' We have carefully examined the office lug 1 ant willing to lac*. 1 rip f tornwrernu, open
would be Vet)to tne Sdrlrtf others, la not a right t gjaUily "ar tbu I 1Kteitdine Witrnetgeprbwyt 4
,'i ry 8hottly opened OU -cowe of thorn w ho bare laid until moral nn 1
making of and find cur Instrument
others probate judge withouta
of bot.onlf tothoM same and the
extraordinary goods tins, the battlu ax ol temperance for original' livid notes In all ot
point of u which ordinarily suffice Jor the srutcnanceofHU. fault. Books and valuable papers I in which ban,and i.provluf a fatter, .from Maine to atch my work I'al.. or 1'artles can dr siring work can address" me r ,
iej TafiA lion,Thomas E.injlgmtattraZ ." order, but here we find some trouble as Bellevlew. road surveys and roy om 'e. Intimates on Kail- t ;

The has become a member of This doctrine lies at the foundation of the l>osltlve in clerk's office to many valuable records hirer We the cannot ralMngof remove Log progeny sheep,,restrain cattle orJ'1'Oa town of city lou made sutMllvUlon on a 'dlratWn of large. tracts into ,

Je8U8'is to IJe f-daiiMJ;:
: York City. ArrangenieaDulaa b as1 an un written: law In all Catholic countries; being too small to hold all books and the money: of tae world to prevent cows peoplu

ib "le under whichit is ex.i U to travail; In Kngls nd U documents of this office and in cape of atlurd frowetwlutfwmoutlt. lea wun1, we calla --
? to
Ni heel lereeliatute mete the world
(j in a In our poor law, under fire of the court house a total destruction worthless to prevent ear ;
S of ordination will ren,. All strength by which
inODy sv rrwi4i bas' a right workor Urnptatton is resUtedmuHtcome -
SB i; "a ''ulyi In the Cathedral. to: without crack," In the eIJo Scotch of valuables and an endlm amount of from within. Virtue does not
Uwit WM recoKniwd wider the title of Burdenseen trouble anfl litigation would follow. consist iu doing right when, *. could not da THI LOST CHOlW

1U.I presentledi ;.starrlNr wan bud a right to ctOrjr No complaint ran be made of the otherwise' Virtue del>endl uJMon what II insldo
tbavtngliomesalaablea7tlltion. d- ssraocb u*aiM tould on his 1 b *kwfi o a one. A man is uot honor becaum' ':ba dues I !
ttaM stuUuiritie< Iclv.. i>ot by way or exampleor ,erifTs office. We found here every not steal when there Is no upportulty. 1r
... MrStephensiffTille Uonrtion to-Iirueiiy, but In proof of thnatural thing in order! and properly kept. convicts....,..._.on AU honest man tbeopiioitu-: ,
lit. tlarhealocated: I Jrete, richt room wblob they fiow'' The tax han Idlytestealhaenoeaet4. We cannotsucceedl,is I
a tots'fc ('Of niorthanJisv.en. 1neo Bc4usite.. (:) rdteal Manning quotes from assessor discharged hI."nti a raising a great and splendid ixjople by keeping
1flllteT ill'p8tO! WalJ'fl1ton }g. his remark which p.e rise\ to the dtucuwiloii"The : <* in a very satisfactory and commendable them from tenptitlon. threat pro de witbxund Be taro and read this
f, dyio1' temptation. Uneat ; splendid piece, r
oWijtaiinn to leisd the hungr/. sprinn from manner and we are proud f people Itave wiiat/mivbt/ le
format I C. -*t jnter'eejfe1!( the large e. lira aauiral ugh( ryman q tin e th* neatness r>f the bonks.. called moral unixcle-moral fitrce. :Trivy ruler
,, PaifcoarSmith) 'ud food neowsary tr=ununuvtion+ *rfUlt HostTiotfatkisnctutslrtKbt stand their relation to the world The> bout IMvII.; \li'1..tlflf I'OKISI a
? aidethat11on! tl: thttit 1wevalh ever alt The! collector lx>ing In the midst of his. ble foundation for honesty li moral tilutation

; EProf I afeNhlxyTrapgal .. poalll.. Laws o({.tvpenJ, <,'ceaslty him uo |is i.odaruarraafroaahtw duties, that of collecting taxes we cannot I from the cradle up. Teach I lima In tbelr young Each line will wale your desire locre.: ...
lives A'
a natural rffcnt to htoKalgwbor'a at this time make a that ft Is wroug and wicked to Ilut dive :; [
\\ Jacbon"iUe10'i10pciJdU Lua afraid l that report. I them to undeniand all
1Ci1c'sag frfltt the aloiig through life that
| u 4. .' spwik. so anQ4 ntt, about rluhis. fuldtLtatlo nl We find by the report of the treasurer;' dishonesty can under IM oondltlon IMJ a good in. ISN'T THAT GOOD
Tit.a and Ja", ., liar not ttudied or have forgotten the as made to us, a small balance+ on .hand, vestment Tech tbeui: that larceny is not a
ID the 'ufma: looomp.lne4 by )11M Ant principal of a-hwnau tionUlvelaw. If the which will doubtless be increased wicked but foollxb nut ou1rf'rlw/uall"'t/ fJUll IVi cw Uoods of all descrlptionj
tt' of rew4akC1ty. "Dd Kill Uw property' did rtes ntt preen natural right as That crimes are ininitted only tails 11 all are ,
nut kr., oflacl arlll.r ksre today fur could nut long axisWA-/Ai uM/<4 Timrt.Tmrt .. the! taxes are now being collected. this. falls which It suldom will, Use Uw makes

}1i t L r rtblOug outh Florida! ,,: The Superintendent of Public Instruct them with drunkenness.crlmuali and puuUhes. 'hllm. The saint Sateens of I livery shade '

tha lit. the arot'C.Lilt.F.Krdhk Tllu lIilliLoronih lies delivereditaelf tion reports no changes having taken In tae nature things ... .

; u .pr,The t.q touc6eLdinaalntG 1ptpertbd i of.fttturltfl* over a column und a plan since his. last t report. tunlty of doing wnmg. Rvery every man man In has this oppo anus' J tint| z b

'. quarter in length on the subject of Wn have inspect" the jail and find try lias opportunities drinking too much alill
maktS e, ;ITi "Uoeq"! Taxation! It"PeesTgross !Ii neqoahtien same tn a /good sanitary condition. morphine forever habit have, of it,evon'of tor dextroylns Wring the o;due .nd< BEAUTIFUL ZEPHYR CLOTHS

o thtr't i J1rint'\-J! !tin 'au ritendent of in rile a Ketllmtnt' booU of the From general l information we have How art they pretented Mont of them; : are I provented. .- ,

regulate umetimee town lUuroad, bas- been property of persona in its neighborhood; learned that the roads throughout the and theft. Aw own they not prevented b, moral training .A pretty u you IYe'I&W. r I I
and re- instance county are in fair condition, considering IiiielllKfiue by thtr:( *urr<>un For
f.t' and given following : lugs; by pre objects and, alms of life
II!the (General the extreme wet weather we hare had by the in ;
ol .
the arrival Supennkn We reccollett a few yean ago! grill u f a gtlmpM toy lore self preservation,' br the yaplPeopi. Floe Tabla Linen
no linl ? \It'll!! (.nvilleTampt and at the tax books, When we .aw there a pretty during the past few menthe are; tbs mural who love tWiw f Towels Etc. ;
Jlt, th tem. While thefor good orauji grove, of some three or four. acre*. We cannot close our labor without no. CuoH, Incapabl 1 of room I \ f .
hit'rt1H.&). PII* which that fcCtumn had yielded eighty to onebnndred training or ( developtnciil 1 or of resist |tolre Bilks .
Leonard expressing nut highest approbation of trig tern ChinaHilki and
: Borahs
Hove, 'if Mr, thouMBd oraiiKnt, a w4, at uuut OnUKS : Ration and the neductlv allurements u too. {
B. P1: h Ltexperience L to name day. lut the owner of this property had the admirable manner in which I his the world. Ifso, IHMH wbfric cam the lop ;,4
Geo tI tl''a|rtant position. turned it teal IhU figure, ajuottiervartV had court baa .sustained' along and ardioui developed 11M of liKelle dance'tual giants h.' hate advanced and DAMASK TABLE CLOTHS & DOYLERS .'
01 turned in a small, non-bearinft t grows at fl.dJii. service in the faithful discharge of and Tb4t svlf-aiicrlnciiig ru.roes: !
limp oWvoldabjo! an eta, attcswr rcfiMed to take the latter estimate ,try Ing The patriots that give theft lire for liberty. I rails Linen, I.*was and fhallUss
Ire ac, i.ur Threat deal because, while it was what the owner con- duties Incident to this exanltad position bava uotjU and generua harltlcs! thai not a tow
abet more council Skitred Ms propeny WM worth and wai an and may w'e also be permitted to relieved ao many lullllon, of unto ,
cowW. expreM
the ,,
,Jf f IndIa *it honest valuation, it woul H. an the welfare of dowed an la
Stamped. ,
treIutre'rte u' I Agnew, to li ?e allowed to 'gooq the books atsurh asylnms tbat am to-day emellorallm ,
Cliteaud fo low, gmitli, act- a figure.thu :tba )
Lordi ladies cemetery bad tS work one man up to get bis ana cams the
his bad millions of
whatuahouldha\e Uen. to riolle
fUiof ,
ppe be to mncJi Deeded and gener
Bum', tdrde", :A tubfiUntialjardesmseii pull another down, to ..rerent his glribtie g in free you a well ous minded brutlans, true friends of u-inper
'M1 III) lUuch. : and property s*w Get b o Y\I lut4 (t e1, *, earned repose. We alto Intend and 1 sure and liberty loving moralists that bav* Hamburg Embroidery and Fine; Lace ,
k 6(' joined bamis, standing! UII.
desire to tender our hearty thanks to the a rock-wall ,
land. TIiU '"
th&t I, of The Tlmtt thinks that a great deal of the suridug waves rwlU-ous blgula 4
of Honorable State's Solicitor for value fanatics. Chun; & each tine or
iule turfs our tH16'theQt ttttywtrett't>c'everer+tae by Dress Good the nicest

Coati placing a. fixed value on, orange tree* ableand efficient services rendered! this lure Never ibeMtblugs In all I the Hide range of human history, (must be.they

vepltrat oq antis, cleared and Uncleared. grand jury, also to the officers general in wlf-ooutrol, so bsppviuwl Infirm in their Ui a people tu weak Rllitas all Shades
Mad virtue
that I in & \
he forcourt in { \fItlrb
ons manners assisting net
s art. aNartiotadeiof t "We see" Bar the JTm tI writer"that theaiwetiaor o matter of mere appetite and tutee Ibey bad to t* ,
W fin' complete our work with dispatch. placed under legal restraint
,4' Bo t t never asks man about the
case jn >ew York value of hU stock of cattle or hotni ; bathe E. W. IlENDKRftOW' I; ,totAJ lot from wbUtt Turkey.probiUtion the Is government declared on the FI!neat line of Ginghams bat iou did ."r see,

athyut 6lr r i Seonlribalions 'for asks him how many he ban of each, O co ROC: PASTXUB, they tellcvs Mobamnied, Monuonlani, a levy policy tba, L,I MM
forP biota sectionalism UrAl and, the matter is settled-there i leif a W. J. Foils, moat bigbest tai on earth Druduca barons, and. tb eof ClllLDRKNSt SHOESJbjustrtcplo
stupid opium eat/UK J f
birh I. J. Four people ti ring.
ear it Ito didraInd fixed1vaTne, bfo for cattle, and itrate for Not from tb. three 1'urltan-rldden
uo cd fora t its ghost nufortn hopi. But does the lain really think J. K. M
eec- is the of O. W. rTOKi, winkle, soon to awake and Bud their euidrca
grinted ouaJrenniel that that way arriving equalnwettsments. {
in (i. A. DKIOOCB, grown, married and gone west tn curs* Kanaar --OCR OOOW ARK FX83T: QUAUTYjf .
cba aee everything so Some horse are worth a and Iowa. with their audtlve /
'mlgd ,the o th s great many more time* as'IQDch; as someotheriC1' J. II. RltlhON, from England: Europe: anal the United spirit fits l tr.>ui,, coeol, I
tduipt c. a Fl'.EU" malnlyametbce.plendid. your eip ctatlou>ou the twH.Beantiroi .
ahot Pl'u, fo bfPA ho e; W""df QWL Co". C. JJlnUIOEB Lea grand detda. noble people wit. h

ttblim th1'UmJtb.1LMtuy.t' fats quottoa* lake the I Cullowlng. coold bead II. I.. Most, loud Alter and these reed countries tbeiiMlve had from asserted the tbelr olious ma Ir tot Floored CbaJllcs Cc per Yard .. :

prTlj dtr t 1s1tiq coq .. *tv1Rfrg about a men cuulUW a..ea.ineiit W. C. JcrroRM, y of lint h ,ttiagvrjMre' prexena' 1If,,........' acres e( J. WILLIAMS, the.kD suiariuarr laws tier JCdwaid tbaTulrd oYou -1- .
until a land eJearud T How many bearing orange trees." W', F. CAtuxcx J -Also a Hot UM ofGENTS'CLOTHING_
Era tee aclthe! aim of prohibition
Lotted II
wat0 ion of cbanc If additional taxes are to IW'plle/I! on a I pea F.. BAiur: abut up 'be..1ooo&. but stop dot only 01 41.\0. '

elan mighty tae mu for >ery acre of land bI clears, a od I' WM, Fox. Foreman. ecJ l.dslantaad te".eute4 Lhef"11, +wloa 1 1
I areeu Hb t It1era sot far every orange tree 11,'sets out, what who Gegen a eoetra.i BU miracles between .,&o., -,-
la Caaaaa
tl ""'hal be''" to do them Removal ,of Galilee, by
Pa i I Notice.
yyp encotmteawal' making win* at a least aa4 ended bU 8houe. lttig and hn&.hLq& Ooodi aiSWSflWSW e
paGi trot ate Ihlu 1 : Dr. Wm. Anderson the viinMoa fM earth by wine and telling bt t
b f e" draggiat. di >
ftt 1 1'm&y
a U> "drink
t tl.oroy IkweH; would not Improve the .(ctrl ills frienda to know that he wilt occupy dIIIIIf1eat me. An ffnrt to ye. la MtaeiabrauM+ of ,
csakUif ot
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equitable tdjaxmtt of taxe* any mote hit. lefrant will liquors LOW i'UICES.
new atom room In the prove a failure, M j-mhiuttuw ba*.
the than placing a fixed nIne on ill bone, Merchanta' National Bank building UplriU exUt la every ONtehs eooialelag
upon aad boggy, 1 I lat. aodMaearlBei i gall>n/ia one bf"-' :
Trnhat COT > April r"'C&dOl .r: .
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( FLA FRIDAY MARCH 29 1889. o-J
t -- ALAI ,, ; I" - -: _. _.. __. I L
- mol, a m NEWS CorrcKpoudeure I'alath Weekly Mwi Ocala's txmi-Tropical ; nor the ladies, on ,
0o umn ::100 111i(0N WOMAN'S WORK whose labor its success so much depends. .
+ 175 Imo '.1 --- .1, O. Matthew, Keq, associated with (
'I 100 M n Editor. The } l I'dmnt o ii
a Inohe* 60 30'" ---- In Ocula'n Great 8ml-Tropical Et->: Johnson A Co., of Chicago, in extenMve ( 'NatiOJml&
1 Inch IK) : Impressible: secre- position. orange groves at Citra, Is now at Or- .
mend, laying out 100 <>\' .
a acre
: FLA. Mar4 188 orange gr
r Loc&lI,10 cenurrl IIn..l, .from DuNNitLov, ,
Mr. M. C. Kisser, of Atlanta, Is investing -
-- rte'Ip. M AH thou but roncbMfed lode for his sake, bymy in Florida.
1 For further IntormaU help then shat do it" judiciously __.__._ ; J1.L TUII
addl'ell:, \ llomosussa, the 0 Yea,eyen more, for thy faith shall not be 10 Lumtenant David DuB.Gaillard, under i OF CCALil :
M1 .
,> plaining ji of hosts, hard M !It neemeih." the direction of Captain W. 3[. Black, : === 1,; ,
r Down to 1880, without railway communication Corps of Engineers, made the surveys of -- g. G
with the outer world, Ocala the Ocklawaha river, and tint Captain t8hmg.

New York Sun. /Ji the main lineCremation had many 01 IIaclesIn the way of her Marcotte, who is of the infantry (retired) to
,i De Railroad Mouth of future, but the fire a few years ago and not engineers,as mentioned in jourMASWTTE. -----NO. 3,815.-- $UO

Cremation sod Urookavllle, goes brought the dross to the surface ; it was last ItiSue. i$i toQOW O d

.._ skimmed off and the pure metal gave a
y' mented In this ct --- Thajr.aril.0 Hall Filled with Beauty. to LOCI'
ring that sounded thnughout the land, SUCCESSORS TO THE
better class, whOw10| IM been alwent and now Ocala stands the equal of any Special to Vie Dairy Banner CI _
Iy. In New Yc kHvUie and Tnrpon city in Florida. People are generally; A successful affair took place at lied-
a ton there are twai/inni, business dick on the evening of :March 20. The -- re* timid in giving up an (alleged)) certaintyfor CAPITAL STOCK 85 0
enfollebrday, night was calm, cool, bracing and cloudless -
an uncertainty: hence they threw
i.t" .nd- the c. _--_.__ their Influence and the products of, the l just such weather as promised to all SURPLUS "
aratefl\ College at Uk City county of which their proud city is the an evening of pleasure. When the spacious -
pain Livermore; to) bofnlda Seminary, at Gain- county seat, Into a grand State expos{ hall was well filled, the programwas
Mjoyed a more ii told entered and carried out to the
prosperoue tion. The result best by the pea upon 'I
? Dean F.rul y are._ "ow ex"erlencinl ple of :Marion suffice it to say, the pe ode full satisfaction of all who love good OFFICEItS I gb {
_., IArcom Prod-.. of Marion and the southwest haveearned music. The dispensers of music were JNO. F DUNN', Prtaidt.( .. p "

t andolan; ex-Ma'or of Albany a lesson The bird would never Mrs. Clark Mrs. Lough, G. Ii. and B. H. 1 E. P. II'NL'x1iS, lire Preaidcni. 1;
thos'vlatting. our city and atop- fly did not the parent cast it from the Sanders, Master A. Clark and Mug Cole- 1 R. B.1il loa
a [o\se. He is 1o well nest to the ground, making necessity, man. It was all good, but "Che fare sin- p
grander cCha will remain several days physical courage and teaching the &Eurdice and Weather Bell," brought ,1 tie
women I
medium of self-reliance and In prolonged applause. \J
the promltrmau; Conant or the Flor- today Being now tstabh shad m wr new and elegant Bank
; Ocala there is a display equal to the After the music had closed, the dishing building we orej prink
.. tion ate an Railroad) and Vice-l'resi- of ice [ tatisfactton lo all, t
r '- most skeptical mind, and such a one as out cream and strawberries, # tta d
l the Mason .
a dell nj8h0p of the Jacksonvlltylfil'pa gladdens the heart of the good house- and the sale boquets began, and while General Banlirg bunnets trantacted. Exchange bought and aoldt.tJ e ;
.4 t & Key West Hallway, wile to see her co-laborer's success in many were hiding forever the snow like
% are ill the city. preserving the fruits of the kitchen cream, others were being decorated with
: the most beautiful flowers. : BOARD OF DIRECTORS s
garden.The :
: Mr. 1.. Fletcher, son of the late lamented -
minerals and woods the Citra, Anthony and Lochbie were well
vegetables la
jr. Captain Fletcher,was in town today .o
and called the BANKER with and fruits of the semi-tropics, and represented by the beauty and grace for
on a
: request that we keep a weekly copy rolling the new industries of Citrus, Lake Lee, which they are noted accompanied by JNO.: r F. DUNN, E. P:DIEM Btati
fl toward Grahamville. Pasco and Marion counties, all in themselves the corresponding gallants of their respective CHAR RIIEINAUER. LA. EINSTEIN1

sufficient to secure the future success places. HARVEY KNIGHT, WM. ANDERSON,' 8dw
; The S. H., O. A Railroad has supplied of the etate. Behind all these blessings The festival was gotten up and was J. C. FERINE, L, M. THAYER, MI I
I all ita new stations couth of Dunnellon, are the lessons so Beverly taught by managed by the ladies of the community, R. B. MCCONNELL flw n

b). with depot buildings. Those of CrYIIL1it the yellow fever one perhaps, neededby who BO well understand the manage- _.
River and Homosassa are built in the us, and such as will cleanse the Stateof ment of such things as to make failure AiyOIPd.
same style of the one at Dunnellon, future plagues and make it the refugeof impossible It Was gotten up to aid in (.ORHESrOSDENJS; ; r adE ,
it j which is a beauty the invalid, and refugees fleeing from the erection of a Methodist parsonage to : Mayo,

-./ the chilling blasts of the North-the be located at Reddick, and everybody, Rational Park Bank Of Kew York, Mavens Aaiional $aJKALA'FLA.

t .JI Our merchants are as busy as beavers small pox, malaria, the diphtheria and irrespective of name or denomination, National Bank of Sat nnnah opening, marking and arranging their typhoid fevers of severer climates.! lent a willing hand and opened their
N new spring goods, and the show win- A visit to Ocala's Semi-Tropical will pockets liberally. The amount realizedwas nwlO-M Banking Company, L

L' down fairly dazzle one to look at them well repay the inquisitive, for there he $73. One cake was voted at JIG,50
i with their brilliant array of the products ran revel amid the citrus fruits, vegetables to Miss Alice Yongue.
h t of the,loom and shop. and growths, and the handiwork of Everything from beginning to end was ,
4 'man's noble helpmate, to the strains of carried out in the best possible manner, I I
+ ) Mr. II. Curtis, the rotund and I rosy inspiring musir.. sayinc nothing of the and I am sure that everybody, men, ift n8 Flisi National J$_.
f'hee'c.l: traveling auditor of the F. It. & mammoth building, which bespeaks the women and children, old, young, blonde, :J
. N., la in town to-day inspecting the accounts courage): and well invested energy of the and brunette banged, frizzled, straightand t
" ;., of his agents Mr.: Curtis is' promoters of Middle Florida's Exposition'an crimpt haired, enjoyed themselvesin
" f pleasantly remembered ai the former F. evidence that henceforth Marion and the fullest degree( and at 12 o'clock OF OCALA(1( 1 ti.

t- / It. &; N. agent at this place. her sister counties will rely upon their some of the party were on their way to Ocala, N r Y.
I r< their homes where -
si own energies. they might seek the FIerIt'o
;i The Judges to award the Dunn prize to It would consume too much spare to downy pillow and dream of the pleasant 0
the county making the best continuous give more of the exhibits than came immediately time they had seen during the first ? p

r I display, met in the Exposition building under my eye, among them: hours of the night. I'AKTICEPS. ..., ,C"i' '... E I
i and careful inspect An olive\ tablecloth ; III'\ ,
k yesterday pave a very green tastefully < : '
t tUmof the exhibits of the various counties decorated in heinille, by Mrs. John F. Death of Oapt. Thajrer'a Father. \ "' "; I
f contesting for the prize. Dunn. We notice by a late copy of the Worcester :;; :j\f\

Mrs. G. B. Tyler has a lady's in- Mass., Evening; Gazelle, that Asa Thayer, 4-4* ,1.f ; n' \
; Mr*. \'aliev, who has been p parsingthe crocheted with apron father of our esteemed Capt. L. M., They -. ...--'. : .. .." 1)ecialty 4t
winter her Giahaniville place geniouMly finest! thread, _w............. '....... .
on -
the of the Ocala) '
i and table\ waif of bright conception.PanelMof Cr. popular manager I .
purchased of Mr. George l'emt'ertonstarted >> plusharasefne! work, by Mrs. House( died at East Douglas, Mas.-, at Paid Up '! t Bw [ ld .. ,
for her Coburg, Canada home. Sloke8 urv. the extreme age of 00. The Gazette c.;. >, [ "i. AnthorU
whero she runs a summer hotel !t She is I .
I Miss Athene Brown speaking of tho many admirable and : : 80.-) g.
handsome articles ![ "! .
will with Florida and will 1.
< pleased re- of embroidery and painting. commendable qualities of the departed, $50,000. : Smu.s&.
t turn in tho fall the esteem Invhlch he held the : M ,
Mrs. Judge Finlty, lace handkerchief. was ,liRii., '
many offices of trust and honor he filled \V.Af.M.Ml' t ... f'rlt
' :Major (* took 1 n Muh.'iC'rlpt- Miss Grace McConnirk, of Ellaville, '" ; .
'A. r Ion l yi' teedty, to properly it>"tot>u and liH<< four prettily painted fairs. with distinction, says: ..................--.. l. t'111. ....(... -, ;. : .: ; \V.f.
decorate' the Exposition: building, in Mis. 1111111Ajtl\(>w, bridal dresn, decocornted In many respects Mr. Thayer was a remarkableman. -:: ... .. it1! 1'"I".f. : ; ; .. ,. ...._ LE S I
l honor of the coming of President Cleft with climatic ban i painted, that Ho w a*born lu Uxbridge on the second of T ., ,' \I: ;i-{{ '- makes maiden for I September 17119. and at the time of hiM| death r "i :: I ; 'l
Uid.) Twenty of our fair ladies and ten many a long an opportunity wu 'lllf.P.i1 ..;t .11
of our fascinating gallants, are K'tiding to find muli a dress necessary. i nearly yean of are, and yet he carried the : .--,.. I. 1'/":l;j );, "
* '1 theirdeft hands in the good work. There is the cutest little bonnet, the great weight of his Jean with Iud an ease and .. -'t 't, ', '.L'
flowers and ne<'etwarr fixings all wrought: I, vigor that It was hard to believe he could be a .,. --cl_::.._ '. '-L."l_, _- ""
y .1 Judge Ash by, Harvey RobiiiHon Mr with pine needles, by a'. ladye fayre," man of more than 65. He retained his faculties 11' A"- ; ANT.

Nlcholt and Mr. Voglo. chaperoned the unknown !"ht'must be as bright and unimpaired up to the last He kept hU interestIn =
, Gainesville excursionist to-day. Dr. ingenious! : such taste and such a love the affair and event of the day wulackeued SlJRPLUS7 : I
.- Gary At noon telegraphed Sherman Co- of a bonnet implies. till the time of his death. Mr. Thayer uprani; OET; THE FAC75
rem that hardy and forceful New England Block
nant, to permit the excursion train to Mrs. Gamsby and daughters display : which haa produced BO ninny men and ,
leave Ocala at 10 |1'. ui., HO that our fine specimens of their work. worth Even up to the age of 81, he flJ Ol'dbe repost -1-
7 Gainesville guest can be present at the A ladies workbox of thread macrome, pocslble of Town 'Treasurer. Mr. Thayer One of the finest and loCt '
in their honor. ornamated with wa a staunch Democrat In politic, his anti vote bank. We have t'tlUilpl'llunkin'f,l h + : OcAu hol7>sa
concert tonight given acorns and leaves of Ulngcakt for Andrew Jack ou. So sterling wan special' facilities for 1''I. es in tl
. -" same material, the handiwork of Mrs. I* hi 1* lutfrrity, unquestioned his ability I and *oalntere We will extend every ll1a1.dn;; ( ?ltw uunr nn' lJa3Ia
The tuggotion made inyesterday'' 11. Boilingis wonderful. hi* lo)ally to the tea IntereM* of the pub oaDkill;:and shall give courtesy and favor to our Cll..tOI1) .

: daily, was a good one, namely, that |xx- :Mrs. (I. T. Maxwell of Oaklawn, selections him.lie that A*men an of all panic mau, a confidently a public voted setvaut for We so _.t your BANK prompt and CAreful attention to all
ple around the square and elsewhere\ i in of her hand-ptanted( (and fired) i a true a 'kI dle Mr: guarantee entire satisfaction ACCOUNT and all bust
town fliould be compiled to jwt their china work. Thayer will be greatly missed in the community
s sweepings in boxes or barrels, BO that Dr. 1'erine, nno display of paintings I where he ha dwelt for*o many yean ICHARDSON,

when gusts of wind como along, papers and curio. i A hay Over Guava. "THE"""
are not scattered all over the streets, before Mrs. II. L Wells, of Cotton Plant CORRESPONDENTS : 7"
t the scavenger calls. estimable lady, has charge: of tho Marion : DULY A local BA\NfcK8ome notice that ap-ared,| in the ( & Traders National /{very in the o ty.IaUIHJrtcri .
\ \ : which ,
county fancy article
r display.
-I the obliging and Miss referred to the fact of Major Hooks, of outhern -
)fr. Campbell, Paine Safa Bravo of M. Augustine! con 'I Bank of
taking manager of the Ocala Water <..'0., tributes from her sand, beautiful drawn n Fruitland Park, possessing such fine JQ1 Special Corrospgndeutg Georgia, Say t
has planted the lot on which the water- linen "'ork, ,. variety of guavas, and making such ex in all SALES STABLE,

tower {is located with orange trees and in The people of Lee county have over cellent jelly from name, the following) del"1 .-
time will make the enclosure a place of one hundred si>eciinns of their county's'harl."e communication from way down in one --- ---- ;
beauty. Nothing slouthy, or slipshod products In ( of Dr. L. C.Washburn. corner of Dade county toile its own story:

about Mr. Campboll. He has method lake, Pasro and Lee deserve more thana I live in aseeludedepotinDadecounty, THE MONTE MCKAY
in his and work. not much troubled with neighbors as ? ,
and system eye pawing notice, and will be credited i in there between
inv next letter are none me and Capebab'e.
the slating rink ia i The You brag of Major llooks having BUILDKE,
at ,
Mr. Kingman woman's work of Citrus is presided 0 .
doing a rushing business in the Carriage over by Mrs J. B. Hunter, of the bet guavas, but how will his rm'ISur s
and awn line. It IIt'l'm strains that }o'alnuouth'ho has. samples of her compare with our Andrew guava. Size Main street
of specimens are 101} and lit} inches Ocala g
inioplewfcnd, North for \\1lOIl''I&'o! we work that entitle her to the position she Fla.iiXJie Appuattan.
s 1 have just All good timber for wagons! in i so gracefully fills. around, weighing: 17 ounces, is sweet ,

Marion county as there is In the world Mrs. T. .'. Roy, Fair mount, quilt and with white and tastes like fresh butter mixed I s orange.ndBi> r,

We say, patronize home Industry. pillow of a kind to warm a bachelor'heart sugar.TIMOTHY O'CALLAOHAX NN.N.

m20 It d-wA __ Alice. Brown, sofa pillow hunting Ground, (no P. 0.),Fla.llart'c Hoter"oFThe NN rLORltRatttfiper

ThU office emoytsl a pleura fall this Bulah Hurt, Homohassa, table cover ------- .. (
house who lives I la Ocklawaha River Steamer. .IIN.NCLASS
morning from Mr. and whatnot, with -Imre. pulling into
Silver bprlngs Park, but ha charge ofthePalatkaf.T. flames a (perhaps) land agent. Harts' Ocklawaha steamers leave Pa- =FIRST- I N AKA.NNINNNI..N. .

> 4K. W. B. It. paint Louisa. Davis Crystal River, a quilt latka for the Ocklawaha and Silver .. ,.. ,.. ALL RESP
shop, accompanied by Mr. Robertson of that bespeakes the active mind of eighty Springs daily except Sunday, at ten ((10) ... ...... I
tba ally who is making his. first visit to two years. clock a. m.-returning leave Silver Ekcfrio bells is etrcry room, ilot anti } CO i
+ MON ion county and Is pleased with theabTndancofgpod4andtoaW Mrs Nick naroo nd Mrs Dr. Bennett, Springs daily except Monday on arrival 1 atacin! Tmt"eer eoGt satju. (brNnaiiotu
neeU. hisat nf Crystal River, laTe 'some choice results of train from kits which is due r23 a. ,, 9s ,r ,lore F4 Y iAN.
ey as the lira: display flit of their skill. And so one canr m. H. L. HART.

'M .. .. umerate for bools and not do J Justice to I wSfebSm J, 8. FKAZKS. Agent ( .
ONOE 0')..' OoiiaPl aD1 I- -.b. .... .... i

1 1 tad Call and examine their fine' itoc:k -'caw A MJ"r oe\>E, O 'Mt t4Ifta J-_ .....:......... '
+ 'work at reasonable,' "
eel ffood price .
:. dSldeclm t >r"s :C=-.p.alos'.y to Il 1 & I oft .. MUTIUTE I E E.IJ

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