The Ocala banner

Material Information

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:
April 4, 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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
This item is presumed to be in the public domain. The University of Florida George A. Smathers Libraries respect the intellectual property rights of others and do not claim any copyright interest in this item. Users of this work have responsibility for determining copyright status prior to reusing, publishing or reproducing this item for purposes other than what is allowed by fair use or other copyright exemptions. Any reuse of this item in excess of fair use or other copyright exemptions may require permission of the copyright holder. The Smathers Libraries would like to learn more about this item and invite individuals or organizations to contact Digital Services ( with any additional information they can provide.
Resource Identifier:
002052272 ( ALEPH )
18660476 ( OCLC )
AKP0235 ( NOTIS )
sn 88074815 ( LCCN )

Related Items

Related Item:
Ocala morning banner
Preceded by:
Ocala banner-lacon


This item has the following downloads:

Full Text
-,-- '


.. ., .. -- .
t '. t.. ."'" #'

I' i '. I '\of' "



----- -

FISH AT T1IK SKMI-TIt01'ICAL. OCALA Horse April 4.- 0 Clarke

-- .- - -- city'; A B Griggs", Boston. Mass; W ,

The Story Is 8nir.(ettvo and Points M Burdlne, Mi w.t It Randolph and

a Moral Which the Header can son, Birmingham, Ala; George D Wat CITY OKHCERS,
Windsor Florida Rev. D B Upde- Mayor-Dr hM. I' nary
Draw at Their Pleasure Whpn I (I'rlll'I A, Hull"rk %
rafT Ohio F A Sampson and wife,
; anhlllK.I lull\
This Statement Is Head Boston, Mass.; Mrs. C W Miller, Buffalo; Collrctor-F I', f i.,,,\*,",

It appears that kreatJut good natural Mrs. Tngby, Mre. ftoltt: n. Niagra Falls, Asscswr-h Tn.'IUIllfl'fat." .L:. llelrrt
k. !! rivalry hu existed for a long time between New York' Mrs Joyce N. Y; Mr and City AUortivy-oiit. r I.'f''n,
Mftl. C II itobtrtllOn, Jacksonville'; MissF rntl.lfiu\ of tiMinriijtui.. K tMjnnl
the t.'Ountie.or Lake and Citrus, C Robertson, Jacksonville; Jas. B Borland \ dol AUUrmrn r' Im A E. \%'. Anew\ t

ai to which should carry off Senator wife and child Citra; M P Perleyand J.Hmtth.T. Lancaster II. 11 1 '.h"II.\I'r,John;!!,! I kollullo I\I'\IWII< W."' "".. 1!

Dunn's magnificent gift of$1,000 for the wife, Enosiung Falls, Vt.; Geo. Sleg shalt. -

best! county exhibit, and some how the and wife, Savannah; A E Williard. HornwawaB Military III-IHH't r-\\ T. Kine 4'

Impression" got into the mind of one of ( ; Tillman and wife, Juitman, COUNTY OFFICERS. err,

Lake's fair daughters whose, interest in Ga; M I) Abrams, Savha; U Gamble. J i County ,tmljwKlrhar.l MrConatby' u..
Fla I County 'll'rll--1I I) A. !Millir {u
Jacksonville John Frans, ,
her county's exhibit has been constant' : Britton, ; hC'rUI-K. r, Militant\ .
and unfailing from the opening day to Walter Hawkins, }<;. T. V. A U. }to U.; A-Mi>r--J.L:, Mathews ".

date-, that too much stress was laid on by Jason McVay, Columbus, 0; A B { atch, (WU'ctor-H T, \\anUII\I"' nUl t'
1 1t T W Carter and wife Miss Treaannrs., K I'ylM
attention Columbus, O: ,
the ever prevent rustic signs calling
Superintendent) of Tubllc hl"'rlldL..u"a. !i
to Citrus display, and the words Bringham, Misa Dlckson, Boston.MOMTEZCMA Tayne.. HcmliinUni. j
< r atvilll "distal River fish and oyster! '," was ,-A P Pifer, H K Bank- County (.um01I..I..1I'I, \>. I. tig'W. P. 1
given to her fair rival, until a posit he stow, Newberrv, X. 0., Alfred Aver, Lake llnmnon.Traiitham, M 1. n. Kou 1.5 fvrrlnvl'! \\IU '4 t

dictate\ and nausea came over her and Weir; Mr. F A Brown, St. loO'Uisi; Mr" The County: ('iir mart! the firstIMoa-
her" appetite tit) keen and appreciative of J II Grover New Orleans' ; Miss >f USeiumes day in every month'bo..llIoarl't'
Cumberland$ 1-;. thrum H T. \\'
of Md Mrs H 8 "nmauD. '
oHlinarnature' rich and luclnua gift ;
M. S. ac1tl'r., A. K drilbii I'. I. Ixirlww, .M OrBcboul
.OPENED :AT OCALA, FLA., JANUARY ?l th, 1SS9. Gulf ami 1 river in the form of oysters and Chambers Orange Lake; Miss Nina Moans intt'U tint Monday lu trrry moeth.a -1 '

of -- .. -- -- -.-- ,- ,--, ,. ,.--- ---- fish, forsook her, and at the mention of Keep, K howleR, Jr., Bnnrdinaii; Mrs. COUNTY1 IJOARD I
river dishes Bell Maxwell, Fla.; I> A Beck with, OFIIEALTU.
these delicacies. Crystal nature' -
MflflUnit1 "Y"don't call "X" the jeweler
you 'on The Ocala Inue and its New<< S. (J. W K LVmina, Gainesville I'tcddcnt-Dr. T. r r.ary.
almost courted a buit'rta'um. Charlt"tltollJ ;
dSfebta vacum
Manager. Hc< rvtary-4'apt. K. It. lUclKir.lm.n.M !
ft mlf The Senate ajouroed ) :,terday.I The little daily takes great pleasure in distraught eta e of mind, was observed by Mrs. J M Thompson, liirmlnghan. AI1\1 M. t4. MowratiJ D. H, Irvin,

commending\ the favorable notice of the Exposition restaurants anil their James II Savage, Oxford; C C and F JFrater BOARD OF TRADE
I Court is expected to adjourn SaturdayCoburn's of Ocala Mr. D. Union ; Wm. Eichelber- 1'n'tI"'ent-J. F, Dunn _,
the people George Duy, help" and as it wan noted, Lake's fair ex Springs: ;
who is the able and efficient Panasoflkee A L Eichelbergcr; city flee ITvaluVtit-M. A. \\OHtlurt.Hecntarv .
for the celebrated Chicago pre"-nt hibitrem not only premptorily" declinedthe ger, ; ; -Wm, Fox. \

meats. manager of the Ocala Home. Crystal River dishes, flat, stale and L Haley, city; I) Hoileller_. Ultra lh>arJ or,Oovcniont I', Mau Jr" C...Uhclnauer ,
Mr. Duy for a young man, has bad extensive unpalatable", but began a studied and Jno. F. Iiiinn, J. H Lh'IupLoI1.i.. "
:The Semi-Tropical Exposition will and varied experience as a hotel persistent detraction of them by comparison Tournament Prizes. Weathers<< Wm. Fux and t4, 1V. Mossy .

chose, April 23th. manager, and won an enviable reputation with the deliciousness" of the finny The Exposition management is deter BUILDING AND LOAN: ASSOCIA. ;'

Miss Maude Atkinson la playing in in that line. tr'tx' and succulence of the bivalves mined to make the tournament one of TION.
Mr. D. came to Ocala from Suther r. tight in Savannah waters,which though of the ; l- l'n'lhtfl1tC. n. 1I1ur..
Savannah and the Mutt,: it giving her land lIarbor ) the most attractive days Exposition
Water where he
delicately wordotL displayed the odious- and large number of people w ill Vice "n..ldenL-'t. l> .
some very fine notices. was in charge of the magnificent hotel of Crystal a \ 'tary and Tn'a,t1rl'r.-Urals Fox.lUNtrdol .
of the River
newt profuetion.This be in the city to witness it. iJirtctor-: T. Lancmtrr. IiAactit
11'\\ lion W, K. Cessna, Alachua county's the same name, which met with a sad state of affairs continued until the The following prizes are oflered : pbeiu, I. Brown, M. "FUhrl A. C. thinnest, H. I).
r. successful track grower dined at they and untimely fate, being consumed by mind oi the daughter from Lako became First l'rbe-Une hundred 1 dollars in Zacharlaa and H, A. DurlorJ.

t Montezuma yesterday. fire.Mr. distempered, and perceiving her intense .gold. OCALA RIFLES.
Duy is the son of Judge Duy, of aversion to mention or thing
any any Second dollars in gold.
From the bright soft sunlight of yes. Indianapolis, and has the moot flatter. from Crystal River, the restauranters. prize-Fifty Captain! Lteuwnaut-1t.41co. A. Naxh 11.: .aicv. :onnell. ..rFirst

3 terday, we are in the gloom of the leaden ing credentials from the late vice-presi and their help solemnly entered intoa Attention, Ocala Rifles H cuud Lieutenant. K. Wllllauu.
clouds overhead to-<1lY.I dent, Thomas II. Ilendrlrks, and men of compact to effectually disabuse the Forty Members. '
i like standing in the social and business' lady's mind of her unjust and unreasonable At a meeting of this company hold FIRE COMPANY. ',1''1

, t Mr. B. L.TUlman and :wife, of Quit- world Mr. Duy's habits are correct, and impressions of Citrus' unequaledwater ) March 27th, it was ordered on motion Cblef-T 1>. Lancaster
man, Ga., were; among the arrivals at the he is methodical and systematic in his' To effectually accomplish : that: All members" that do not attend addrills Foreman-Maurlie Itbvlnauer. 4,

I Ocala House yesterday, every detail of business, a most pleasantand this product., Crystal River nuns were shall not go with the company to First .botallt-r..tIIll_ .. Volk.. 't
Second llItan&- W. ct
f agreeable gentleman, winning Jew Jacksonville April 13th, antI to the an- r
'' lowered and in. their stead a Savannah J, II, M allot t.Twentylive .
Mr. T. H. Haley is ffiaktag a trip to friends, cetueu-ing old ties every day by oyster and fish Mr imer went nil, and nual encampment April 30th 18KO.G. iu iabcn. :' ,
St Augustine, Jacksonville and Virginia. his genial and hospital manner. Under A. Nash, Capt.
for a time not by word or sign did it appear HOOK AND LADDER COMPANY.Pmldent .
) and expects to be back: Saturday.The
(en his liberal" and wise management, the that ought of the dishes refered to
Ocala House, so popular and crowing In Merchant Charles Trask. one of Belle- -Abram Palmer
from anv other point but Savan foreman-\Mlkt llenti.
soothing aherberts and ices at Co. favor with the traveling public, under nah. the from Lake beganto view's leading citizens in all that pro. Ai.Ulaut-\\ Klihardaon. ,J'
Slowly lady
burn'a :;.41.1. ... Capt. L. M. Tnayer'e efficient" and judicious taste, p.'nlse, exalt and sing dally the mote the Lest social and material Twenty memberaTULUL.A ..

Alfred'AyeT.ihe hustler from Lake administration in the past, will praises of ,savannah fish and oysters ; growth of that promising village, made LODGE, NO. aa, I. O. O. K. J; !
Weir left his on the Montezuma expand in usefulness and benefit to and her the BANNER a pleasant paternal visit today
.autograph and as her confidence grew [ Meet errry Tuenlay veolnf.) 1
and Mid the sand banks
tourists th
Be deserving a first-class and tinslghtlv
register yesterday. faith multiplied, she gave all manner of W, H. Challle: \ N. u. ':w '
public home, under the new and capa imaginary reasons" how and 'why she of the F. R. A N. through the town are W. M. tbUlli, Secretary .411
Henry IIafel'i first of April young ble manage of Mr. George Duy. knew and could distinguish Savannah to be removed Lake Lillian's\ beauty, All visiting brothers('UrllLall, in*I ted. ?;
frtlll raffle the of The little daily extends congratulations enhanced by additional trees and' theDrojf'C.t
.w porcupines dudes. fish and oystsis from the same product ; OCALA CHAPTER NO. 13, R. A. M '
several of Ocala'a 1 ( to the Ocala (Company and to the elsewhere In the world. of a Seminary for girls and young I \'> I
gentleman who now presides over iu grown ladles Is taking. definite shape. Right Ocala Cb: j>ler. No. 13, K. A. M. Convocation! t:
' Dr. WftlU) who has been absent at destinies. The raitauranter'a' device succeeded you afe antI may Belleview and her pea ant Monday mess an every montb.ii.. \if J
admirably. Down came the Savannah W. Luau JL r. \'
Lawtv,, shipping strawberries to his streamers and went the, Crystal River" ple continue to grow and spread like a J. 8. FKAZIB. Secretary.PRESBYTERIAN. \ ;'
We up
returned Will.
today noon.
.pp Chi agoionae, .
' .. green bay tree.Delightful
and the
fish oyster banners, at same CHURCH. ,'i'Rn.
the former at the OCALA, FLA., March 4th, 1689. time it demonstrated to Lake's accomplished
v, Mr. Furman, agent wan Excursion Daily W. It. OOTWALD. Putor. ;r
llomosaaaa depot returned today from a Mr. liittinfftr : but mud warped and biased Silver and Ocklawaha Riversteamer" Sabbath! services at 11 A, M. nd 7 r. .. Hnndar .j
visit to Jacksonville His opinion of Will please alter the notice of Mr. fair one, that a first-class April joke had Sprintm! School at '::JO A, M. Wednesday .T ntof Uctur
Peak is you been played on her ; and ever since the .t l rXireka, Captain Coons, leaves a' 7j1O. Seats) (roe. The pubUo oorllaJly Invited. '
Wilcox to read "a lecture Evolution
for Grahamville after the arrival of the
p quality, flavor, Ac., of Crystal River oye'ters
in which ; CHURCH
history of the ol
Dr. P. G.. Snowden has been quite sick Geology and fish, are not known in Lake's morning train from Ocala and returning

and l l¬ expected to recover., Conges. Florida will be given"" instead of a lecture fair ones vocabulary. So mote it be." In time for f Aseng ini to connect with Kea C. B. WILMIR, Rector.HervicM /

tion ;qC' iha'brslnU the cause, of his on "Geology. Please give promi evening train for Ocala ; 20 miles-fare ereq Sunday at lu:4ft a. m. .IS p.
illnfc il/llni l ; i- ''i nent notice to r.Wlcox'.ledure; untilit Mr. Bowles and wife, of Board man, accompanied from Ocala'and! return, 11.50.! d8fehm m. standard tint,. $sata true, d4.J: ...
occurs. Sincerely yours, I at. p. m., W.II. ('hamllt'rlaln, .
Manager Campbell of the Ocala Water 1.. 0. CLABKK. by, Mrs. II. Chambers,., Lenten Service. uper&uteMerat.J
Company;*et out yesterday in the tower Miss Nina Keep and quite a bevy of fair

lot, thirty varieties of dowers. Time Our young and pushing carpenters,, ladies whose names we did not )learn, There will he Lenten Services at Gram. TRAVELER'S OJ11DE

will tell what work will do in beautifying M eMJ'I. Phillips A Perry,) whose hop Is took in.the Beml-l'roplcalyeftterday,Will Under Episcopal Church on Monday, Tuesday

awne. on Magnoli l reet,- have eonUiUu'tuted the chaperonage of the .ml1l1nK and Tnnnwlay'afternoon at 4-30 p. m., ''
t. 1 Schedule of the S. 8. O. A: O. R.'R.
and after viewing all the
Hopkins, '
'he'' to the Exposition a matrnffiecent r mantle land on Wednesday and Friday evenings
The engagement with Colby's Exposition made of sights with much pleasure, returned, toCoburn's. and 7l30. Arrive from HODWWAM.._..,_.... A.iA p HiU
'Ilf band will expire ,April 12; but as over twenty different varieties Chicago Iteetaurantf and re Leave Lk'ala' for IICNUI........_..,......._, 1170: A If r
u: > tbeJ&thiU: + Colored .School Childrens'Day of Marion county hard woods It is for vived their with, excel 44 well rt hotel that turn i UK at..........?. ,.. .?........."..?.._ 6:1:%) p K
l leave until after i sale, only 175.Messrs. .dropping spirits A com furta I.ave steals for llutntMitaat....-- ....... HOruV : r
fhe band will not us lent ice cream charges most reasonable rates, la the

111't; that date_ : Dr. } Long Irvine and I Barnett house, Savannah tis. 00 long C. ft: P. R. R., (Old 1'. R. ft: N, Line,)

looJr' fre. 'Brant or New York who conducted Mr M. I lllarnettNswYork Sc' cdule.
/ Rev: David B. Updeerafl, editor of the I IJ. Harris cln< day yesterday to Florida by *

.' Mt. Pleasant, Ohio, t+itndt' Exjxtiitor, their inspection of the various bas spent several! winters In but World. tnafllt/ ti-npr! south bvund .,.......... 3:11: A M
; was present at the Methodist prayermeeting exhibits contesting for Senator Dunn county. in other towns than Ocala, ia ,cow with I aouth.. bound ...._,.....-. 1,41 p M

last evening and made a Very 11,000: prize.' The task is i a responsible us and tarrying in the pleasant home of '8J' ciAi.A8TV.J&&*48 L'-: .hs.estet .._..__..._ 551755Pr.rabt loopsSORTS :
Mm. and ia -
rs r f interesting|a\b\ I and delicate one, and the gentlemen are Jioothby, greatly pleased "IOtIiV.
with what she teen of the rieml- ,
': Remember'' delicious Ice-cream at Co- bending their best energies to the work Tropical, and in visiting other portions ,1 rrNDFR AND; BY VIRTPE. ale A TIMAL Passenger arrives .la Oo&la.....,...._._,,907AM: ;
\J decree of forcctotfar* anil e r o J." bnrn's. The Bartow Cantata Troupe, sixty-two ofour county. Tuesday she vlewinl the J. J.FInUv,Jo<1 careen court Frelffcl :: :: '/ :;::::....= ill t M
Ai ,t romantic banks and commanding bluff forth* HlhJunicl J U rOHt of florlOa Passenger .._.. lUtA: F IIWiu
The editorial force,of the little daily strong, with many friends, arrived, on of Duonellon. Yesterday she inspected titling In Chancery for the county of Marion ,iloraiNi, l>Towa Ticket 'tnL "
acknowledges an, invitation to a free the noon train and were met by Professor aM decree tearing date the tw, ellty.leftftll1ta1 I
this evening, tendered by Colby's band. They nave taken Sparr and the fine country around it. of March. A. D. I'M, in a octiUin chancery reuse F. 8. R. .R.,Time Table.
t ovster supper In saki noun, MKidlOK .bcr ia Perum .i" BavInt. 4l'
. Messrs. Zacnarias A Schoerhn, who have quarters at the Montezuma House Mi-'rferolngtoH.Af! # 1 IJ/ion/ N. %'. diedat Bank U .complainant Lad HAUfKI. r. j eovi..IOt1'X'
recently bought out DIr John R. Dewey.I They are taking in the Exposition this ; 4MtIA LL It. al ar.d.1.D JanU, I will cm the Passenger.. ,. In Deal*....,',.....__ 1:66': r
afternoon and give delightful music tonight Silver Springs Park last night His flrM mondav telntf UetTH .....__ s'U*P MW
I & le J CI u..rd aJf, has body was forwarded north on the noon DAY Of HAY, A. D. Wfl I'ft ..b' : ': :. ""_'_ :lO A Mvoara
the House
at ,
: prom1ltdg ; train via }palatka accompanied by Ms ell at putlleoutcijtlttnaih In hand to hl leb.eM r ...____..1206.; .
diettoted of bis orange'grove bl<14",r In front of the door of the eourt-boiue a01pp place. The grief strirken wife Mr. R. wa the in* for aaMMuntjr of Marlon durlnir the Mtat hour I.
) ltr (
e to it handsome fignres W; ffawklns traveling passenger ventor of the celebrated rifle that bears of sale. tb e mortca -; .:-_......., 711AM.
consideration indicates went of the East Tennessee ,Virginia, A leered to the saws ,Uing ,,ae5rlbed! as f0Uowy? ......_..__I ...' II
A sold his game and one, world ,wide rer>u+ I Jref N .. N I I
for the fine property Georgia Ky, is at the Ocala House, and : -I w..+._ east a III'
taUou as in inventor and a member of The sentbm It rt..t ..Jtica' u4 ,. __u: .
Interfere with will' be for week or more.. He'w U beT A the north b&1foltb.n.rt&we"t L4, U I .
1>on't let they\), weather the firm of Remington Pros., whose quartet! e I
the /glad toeeoauy;one, wishing Infer, Invention of Dortbeaatqusrterand the >jk>fitt baJf of the amiibM -.- -'. '. .,, -- -
y oarcomingoutto-nigbtandwitness" motion. U trains, ,rates I and connect* (the, type writer, sewing quarter and the .ouJbAit ouartrr if theMmttwA.1 ,
cantata of "QoeeaJlsther, at the Opera ions for the north and went Mr. Haw.kln'I machine and runs: hate made, ,their We owe our Bartow friends a name a household word,it* this country, half of, Mdr)>a thlny-oae< en4jp: J >*..... awl ', '
House. trust ,headquarteri are.InClnclnnsti. of the west ball of a llud UilrtjrtwearjutbWMt any ,Lb. A"rriaa: I bat aod .';.e,, pair of baby
enceaRdwr they
bumper of an,aud. < Ilons6'fo'1iheAt slipper, t( 'Mrs Frank Lyons.
will get ft "- )Ir., Andrea J,7uroerotParkenburg, Boarding at'CrystalIllver. sad fmttonal. ''north treat qtatwenty0Irrs rter'of seeder; .Faj for 'this aqua 'and get "good at
tt4 Lb. wert hlf andraorhMi frtoUtn.t ..
Our enterprMftf' Ctaban cigar manna and one of Marion's large stock raisers quarttr ai loulh lhAJ1u'otfice; 1" fL
..t9r,,..,bu .qr er tl rQ'tbe and .nfce,efal farmers, has oo exhibitionattLeSefl A large and commodious ,boarding ten of tnfUMM .:;toa tit .J to: '"
"" l. .lb._ at Melioo ,..11&,....... Ocala Tar .
ag ti t boo.e'ofeldeBa'n"'ru&' : W; pkl in LLeMarieneountycJ : house with servant*' house, stable( 4hamulbsail. quart oftheaelatl and. Notice ,..

I man A Co, } for 10,000 of _rmrtme.t corn whieiv ia peeular.; from yard, etc., to rent on easy term.*. Address e1 saetto. ,..,-.lcbL. allto &9" .1'pibttten' ,'J JX.:Pi.Ci+Vf I".rorJSS8. '
i his superior brandt'rweek,and as many the!fact treat fub'sfalrf fr .completely MiarWILLIAMS. south tart,0t-oI18 seat Slab ttte boas ballof P !1 ,PiQA Ir lt
coveredSrlth FU. the ge'Nat md tt>i Mr1IJloI the '" .
<, orb h ipan jnak'. shact The cobb .. very m2Q 'that cattle
soft eat 'cob and
foaruMa. 'outb.'raot* twenty-one. MM: all ofatid .
Ocala bU not yet lost her attractions, all. and 'greatr! relish it. It makes a For tale by a gentleman who la. leav land b iof Xtuated in the ooonty of Wartoa. "
u evidenced by the presence yesterdayif good and economical feed, and ie destined Ing this country, five fully paid op and Mate of Florida; or to much tb.r.olas Magnolia NDr.erf. ,t ,
be n o to unary the amount due
repreeentatff ee ol nine States refia to become Into prominence for share in the Florida Produce, Manufacturing said may eoB|Uloal taary aooordliif to said decree. The finest and bet variety of oran e .

D Ured at the Ocala House and seven recorded those desirable qualities. We are under Company, Leesbarg. Address E.C. BIRD I tree for the least money' to be had of ,'

I at the Mentttuma. Read the the I impression the variety cam: from the secretary at Lrtaburg.MarchlMt. tuna M.CHENSTUl >"JUflBBollcltor Cbartseq j. W. A F. D. WAITIw

hoUlU4* Rossi for OompUlaaat. vSfebtd. Belleviev, *1"

t.. 01 '. / \ \. .
; ...
f ;.'"
1f ) .

< ,......: ... o ", ;.' .. "<" ."' ,. ,...... .-... u "r--' 7i'i.I'; a: 1K..::";" ,q : i, \
\ + -
l. : .
: r )
I 'F' ,, .
;;= I iJo'ft I
-t r"I),. .
," 4" r' ,; !,,,.,: ;. 1 1

TAE OCALA DAILY DANNER The Floridian on Taxation. Citra Happening. NOTICE.Special store? !

The esteemed Tallahassee Floridian Mr. George R. Sangster left for his and General Days for the Palace rl1Ucr

OCALA FLA. APRIL, 4 i, IS89.Jjklwin has an article on What should be Taxed home in Nova Scotia Monday, leaving International and Semi-Tropical

I _. and like many': others who-gite the young here. Mr. Crane in char*'e of his affairs Kxpo ltlon ttttrlng Ihe Month; of O ,

A. E. IA I8 Rdltot, 'thatthe subject a land superficial tax would investigation\ bVdisaatroua: ,thinks to Mr. II. 1*. fit vens and ,luylher and{ April Jf \ ..ww.WHOLESALE".-_ 1 w

: the fumeAnd would Wk out all unini- MIMes Sparka'K and Tasker; both/bf it' is ;ttRreedf .between M the passenger
1 4C whom have been.visiting here, left/for aw nt! orrh.F.. U. & N;()o.:anti the J. Tl{ :

grants The Floridian sAiyst !t' 1 summer quarUra In Cincinnati Moddayi & K- W. Qo., that on special county days> i "
here and- bur Mr. Steven"*trill return homej Jf! the<<, nttuued: rates obtain only for points '1 :
"We want the lmrtUr nt M eorM _
( ARetail ---
mm a home and bI'Come1t1entllle
.. ,, \ "tenN.I) the ton. If than heendethetthatrmitherr .better healthjvaseyer enjoyed I. : by: thiseommunit while on general ,days:/ the rates !
to pty-wnrh y. 'for anyTorniffln the State on those lines. Drugs
Its proportion or the taxe, be will not W very .,Mr. C. W. AYftlle and Savannah, Ga.,
fut to attach hlmaelf to it.' >ha9k I l.18t returned l Hen and'i County
II hem' Ocala trl/exetta:! hli.boon. attend.. t 4Ui
If the immigrant Will give the subject Day-vif-nl veneral. -0-
of like careful Investi lag court. Ocala is very attractive to Marion county public school Day-
taxation anything! ALL KINDS OF-
the Ultra people, or Citra people are attractive April HIla -
..- tion he, will find that by jlaclnc
taxes on the soil and not on improvements lo'tKiala,'*blch-1: it 2 Perhapsthe April8lh. Dth and\ 10th will l he dev ted OILS, STATIONfiHY, TOILETAND

taxes would be more equal !source of magnetism it located: .tbe to the display of vegetftbe!

and leas burdensome than they are now. EXI'ol'ition. 'Levy: and Nassau. Daj'.*-April llth, ,
.4. Say the immigrant buys 40 aces of landat Mr. C.'F, Hill paid Cltra a flying) visit general. ; "-- -- FANCY ARTICLES \ '
J last week. 11th Gen o
'r of the Dental Convention-April ,
$5 An examination \
acre. 1
; Booth is dangerously ill. tax-books)per would. show that the former Mr.and Mrs. US. Brooks, who have eral. fAIoa jtrau 1 tournament Stock I IA \ ".
owner assessed it at about $1.23 per acre. spent., the'\\'lnfcr'lrnt.lefthprethfl!: a.m.: The various! ,premiums. will be awarded In Complete -

Mrs. Harrison U nQt well enough to TI.e new purchaser, who buys for the for their home at Maynard, !..laM.t including! the $),noo otiered. by Senator -0- : .... J
visit Florida. of actual Battlement and cultivation Miw Elsie: Tydlngs.: Anthony, spent Dunn, on April 25th' We handle none but the lineal brands of cigar Seeds '
purpose, goes ahead awl clears the land. the days Saturday and Sunday with her Grand concerts will be given every 1eadquarten for wall riper aDd .ardeD ,J'

'When you feel fattened and! weary The assessed valuation of the land is immediately friends here. Sunday afternoon from 2:30: ,to 500. 'WnIGIIT FKAZKK, ; ?'

drop into Coburn'a and tone up on hissprinptonlc increased., That is the way lie! Mr. J. S. Wyckoff, appears at home Our special days andattr cth'e features PUBLIC 8QU .. r : : OCALA, I'U .f.
beverage and natUfyinr: and is met at the very threshold of becom* and at ease at his new post. will lie announced from time to time.J. atoms \' I Ir

avory k-e cream. lag a citizen or as the Floridian expresses The colored persuasion are going to O. CLARKE, GKO.'W. Witsos, r

D it, of attaching himself to the soil." see Fred Douglass on the en masse Secretary' .President.C. :
I .I The White ,l'ap. have appeared in lIe next builds a house for himself and seals. W. CAMPBELL Sr.,.Gen. Manager. ;;
Walker Ga. Gov Gordon offers Miss Carrie White is the latest .
i county, family and barns and tables for housinghis acquisition
1250 for the arrest and conviction of the feed and stock, and for every dollar's to the tIcket and telegraph office GIVEN '
' leaders and $100 for all Implicated worth : he is confrontedwith .
0 improvements %
a fine. in the shape uf additional U'artmau & White have just 'receiveda THE- hOST UHORD !, 11'
Senator Dunn has been appointed taxes, His dUplay< of energy in any and splendid double door iron safe, which AWAY .
r Chairman of the Public Health Com I is an indication of large substantial; .
direction is taxed. His fences are a
every __ ._.._._.......
mittee and the Judiciary and business. mnu.
occupies a place on taxed. growing .
taxed. His growing are ,
crops: : &mah..i found u B.out at last and( been; i i .I -
M r ,and Appropilatlon Coiniaitleon.Speaker His orange trees, not yet bearing, are The square in front of Mrs. E. A. EC i 1 giving away the secret by which has been Ie- i{ J

., Gaskln of the Homo has been taxed. His household and kitchen\' far and White's adds residence, is being neatly fenced a lure and read thUipleudld. piece, :....cured.................................." ............_.M..... ...............
to the
nature : his horses, cows, mule!, asms, appearance .
compelled to return home to testify" in an' hogs, sheep and goats, are all taxed. of tnat vicinity.Mr. WE ARE POEJSf ROWELL'S

Important'criminal owe, and Mnliaskin, On the other hand, the owner of the J. 0. Matthews returned from Each line will make. your desire increase!
of Marlort, 'was elected' speaker pro trm., adjoining land, who shows no evidences Jacksonville ,yesterday, where he has BIG.

wlth 1Sl'* dissenting vote of 'good: citizenship, who does nothing to been attending-court. ISN'T THAT GOOD ? ,
r improve his land and make valuable, :Mr. S, B. Moody has. been in Ocala the

C. L. Uittlnver, the locateditor of the who is holding his II.cretathsulutely for last two weeks! on jury. He has, however |N| etc God of all descriptions are BUSINESSa
BANNKKjjAs! been invited and will intake purposes of speculation, and sits idly returned looking well.)

the nddreHH of, welcome to the school and quietly down waiting to Ut struck bya )lr. I*.. P. Bishop has pleasant com Sateens of livery shade '::"And'now the secret. : ; has i 'become"public; 'prop-; :":" ti 1
children of Marion county on their day, boom, inaugurated and) brought pany in the persons' of Me ars.' Jess'o and i arty and town taU there is no UM our keepIng i "-
Saturday, April nth, at the Exposition about by the labors of others, is taxed ata Frank Bishop, Mrs. Bishop and! Master i 1 quiet M we adroit that the secret of our :

building, v merely nominal (figure.j Fritz Parrow, all of Xew York. J nut pouring In our spacious' store !..great!.trade. ........... ..... .... ... ..............:: '

iTl'iA The system of taxation upheld by the Miss Hettie Foyles, of Fittsbuig, Pa.,
rualiOf tide colored people to Jack loriainn in levied in the i interest of and formerly schoolmate of Miss May BEAUTIFUL ZEPHYR CLOTHS, TO SELL THE BESTAXD
eonvUleto) greet! fwJ i Douglas I was not land-sharks and for the benefit. ol"Culatorll Kelli, returned to her home today,
x as large as gas expected.\ The dlAtln- I and is a punishment to the tdnv,< | an extensive visit to Miss fi pretty M you ever saw

} gushed orator has be -ii Invited to other i actual) and indti i ,"It -, r n-r. K01i! ., who regrets her departure. '.
sections of the state, and this. perhaps is. I IDEM.A Fine Table Linen. Towels Etc.lY1 Ask' the Lowest I a
the reason inure did not flock 10 .JR.'k.eon
The Iliiiiio SIidiiM I Ix- CiilMif: l. "
villa to 10. .
oire Bilks,China Silks and Surabs too. '
tI How In It with, uiau Mlit. Murk hard.l'mplv Rest goods;; and lowest prices,in i brief ii what i ii

;. = Mr. Jury, folk county's popular !H 'rni- ng all the energies of bill mind, brain and. The Structure Collapses And A Terrible DAMASK TABLE CLOTHS DOYLERS i i fills our store rntf, t6 name: fand makes aR0WELL'S. i i ....

Tropical comml ionl'r. .+ly's'! the llarlon drenT lUulIl'le.lo It that(get him home it t tuimr.. be! vexed fur h'l'! 11IIIom.1.wife and ibll-ands Wreck Follows.As ....househnM.........." ...,.w..'................................-...............-| .

Cantata Troupe is. unmensw, and their the fruit of brain and inum-ie.-Plortdmt ) attic< Linen Lawns and ChalUes not a few.
and delineation of the various freight train No. 88 on the- main
presentation f orr characters in the play are immense.We line of the Baltimore and Ohio reachedthe .
something tnore than land 1 to make a Embroidery Linen Plain an Stamped.

nay to the- jtt-ople' of Ocala, don'tllepre home If the Flarifltnnh; ai ever, built a bridge, eighty last miles Monday east. o'f,Wheeling over Hart'srreek W. .- .-.......- ...- .- n_..-.__ ,...-... -_. .. _. "n__.. .- : '
tnil'lJ it. house and furnished it and surrounded
\'a.' Engineer Knnach' noticed that the New shades In UenrlettM, pretty tight)see J
it with all (that conititutui a "home," ho
'nt tl"eiiaSk18 Chairman bridge but it too late
; ( Ilailrojula. must know t that ao far an the cost U concerned cluck was the and, be and was his. fire Hamburg Embroidery and Fine Lace '
Committee to train
of the on : ,
the \ .
I II'lee paid for the hind! ill t the Millinery Millinery 11
and Canals. and is a member smallest part of the\ inuvtment.. Hare, men with one brakeman saved them .
of the committee' on Agriculture and naked land docs not constitute auhome." selves by jumping. The locomotive J\. each line of Drew Goods the nlcrnt they

Public Lands.. Kevresentative; Butch is Thu government gives"lit 1111 to the landless broke: through the bridge, which was VXf [must tJe. ; ................"......................_.
f ",' Chairman of 'heCuuimittvea on Public ," !but n<> party has ever advocated weakened by the fire, and, followed byf RIbbons all Shades &: \Width\ Our Mllli-ier is at home scalp :;
-,\- Health and Pnblir} Printing.iGeorge.WahhliJKton \ the \...rnnu'lh'il1l "houion to the urteon core, foil) into the creek bed .. : : .

,,:,..'.a I wore number 11 homeleas unless it be: to soldiers and ret where(ire burning to the cars timbers and they from were the burned.The bridge!. Finest( line of Glnghami that you did ever tee, 1 I :: :JUST i FROM: THE;NORTHI h =j

seamen dituthlcd in the nervice. ........ ...... .. ...
:' dress fehite\ bn Ktate occasions and k nutn.I "More brain and caboose did not leave the track I 1 -.h. ... ...."...... :
muscle '
service and energy Bays two LADIES't AND UlILDREXS SHOES With 1.utl and Complete Stock
and all the though of
ber 13 boot for everyday the crew escaped,
Floridian are "spent in securing .
comfort. lie was "built according. tramps stealing a ride, went, \down with :::: : : ...
homes than for any } and o jut step in and try ui; see If it w'l1I not
I That is// ,about, the size of a loot which these are what make a people) happy and the wreck and were burned The originof FINE MILLINERY :,
,_ Deeds to be pub$ down mildly on some of the fire is unknown but it supposedto ,
prosperous! and should\ discouragedby ; I -OUU GOOD ARE FIRST QUALITY.xceed .- C-' ..... .. .. .
.t the Wnshlinton: ; Centennial snobbery unjust taxation." I have been caused! by falling cinders ., ;;,. :::.. T ery'thing..:; PtretL7ees-: : ;Y .

.. nonsense. ___ iThat is it exactly. That is what the I your expectation on the spot ww.NN
MANNER advocates! Its platform\ that CLOSING OUT ooGOODSleflord's GUARANTEEDo-o ."
of _
; in 'favor public
The ''sentiment I "
schools. is increasing Iii Georgia.! One of f'tha home should" not be discouraged> by Stock Sale at F. Root & Company's Beautllul Figured Challics, 5c per Yard -
the rfi'Und' jbrteat in one oft the counties! Unjust taxation We hope the! Flcridian Stable "K00 dBcNash::=
will join with us and stand the -
fund of the State. The name f friatform. Ood made the land, but -Also a fine line ofGENTSf : .' .. 1
the puMlcpehool thirty days fifteen head of good drivingand ; ;
!'If' thinks that when the man makes the improvement) It Is Old Stand, Public; Square: Ocala-r:.
.... kvannah work horses at much less than their .
to labor in the
wrong put a upon CLO'l'IIING1
be :,
the nut thing to .
fund in increased Taxes should prt' ent value. Do not miss this opportunity ..
shape jtaxes.! b6
., bL: done late' lengthen the term to -.nlnef' what man had! no hand in creating put on to buy a good borne cheap. Our i t /'_
months That i is what ought to be done terms are cash. E. loot I & (A)., '.
...' In Florida. There to can man.California be. no injustice in that system Livery( Stables, Ocala, Fla Shoes]Mats and Furnishing .Goods at :.......... ......................-.h....._......_____ :.t
any -1-

Governor Fleming's: message to the --- ..., .-. -r ,- 3aprd &-w 1 Ian VERY, LOW PRICES. : ::THE REDUCTION I <'t ',

Florida legislature' !is a painstaking\ document Canned Good. I nil UN!rj. R. E. YONGE A C).. The Ocala PJam.bers. '-1-| .: _...... ...... 'I

+atit ,Y and the 2U/w-UNto,.and Savannah The total amount of grVen fruit used Call1\nd examine[ their fine stock BENJAMIN & FOX.; '" "'-'h--''__ r__ t

Nets pronoupce it an IDtt'roatingand excellent by the various 'Annen of California during and get good work at reasonableprlceadSldeclm < -.h ..-.M..._....._._._...... '.,

't one, touching upon all hn.j the season of 1883 is estimated at I \
,": portant( matter relating to the public 35,200: tons or 70,400,000 pounds. This! '" HARNETT HOUSELEADING I, I OF STOCKMEANS' \1. f(
,.. affaIrs' of the State. It covers nearly shows the relative position of the canned] ifASTKH'8 8AI.K.UNDKR =::: ::::: .

eight columns of the 7\1&t4.Un and m.make'f' We goods industry! in connection witn fruit ; AND BY VlBTlTE O'A FINAL, DE. : =:: :::::=:: :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::=: wAND

j '" Bball give\ it a careful! reading growing in California. Compare this of foreeloiur rendered by Hon.J J.Fln- -1-I GOODS'AT ? !
k copious extracts from it. :with the through shipments by rail or: icy, Judge of the Circuit Court,in and fur MMloncountr. .cJoto':
k % delicious fresh fruits, which during. the Florida, on the 26th day of Jofareb..A. 1) ; POPULAR HOTXL: 011'- Jl_ ., .w ,...BELOW, COST.. .r.:<
for farmer i II. Kohlsatt iv+9 lu a cause wherein CLARA B. WALLACE, -1- =: = rYw -
ihort tract
Her is ,
paid a tl1iO.OW'' for lot ;2ti4o) ( K"t on theiaealnclUeaorfanneW past seasonwereabout39,0110,000) pounds, ft. Gl., are com -lalnanll. and QEO. ii. DAVIS RatL SAVANNAH . GEORGIA .: :
t lately ortnweatoornerof :\ and Nadl.on anbtChkato or nome what-over) 1.HX carloads, this 1 are defewUnU. luWbtcb doorl was appolnudSpwiiAlMiuiter.Iwillofferforaalo ,
I f'w.' .? buying 1\ for buaineae property, The being\ the largest! amount of green fruits : at public ,
( .Uili7, OO per UN. Thia outcry at the court house door 1ft'Ocala, Florida, I I
r pl1ce W&I at the rate t value 16Jabu ever ahipped-froiu .thaHtateiu one season to the high Mt bidder tot euh.on ... .. ... ... 0--1. I,
use Chicago acre would equal : find I [is but little I ...", .. \.M. ".twit. .-...........i t 'jJ
apd H
laud & $J an acre. jwe over one. YAYaTJfA.Afoal.
,, ores Wbo would of illlnoil pay the farming mo.t ulldeor a land value \11 hall the quantity'used by the canners of the following MONDAY described tvn>rrty to-wit. One t! EL1iCfRIC.. ,c; ..L1ctHTBAND. .. ..BLLd9. 1 ::::::::::::::: :::;!: ::: :

the ttate" Taking it for granted that the MW min complete; one boiler, one engine ana "!
1eJ7qndlanltkehundreds of others following estimate,,placing the back at two Illreu\ar\ mill Now now located and operatingat : canto .
" RocU Marion county. Fla;'Sold to Artesian Well Water. St all! '
tar would ruin the : b9Tte50cases) | is and TcpotiRATp3
tf' l'Wbo think the land 1. correct, allowing satisfy said eual d?cnw.FORKK8T. : .._
"(arlI ers; is requited u> paste this l little two 4* n cap a to'a case, we find that 1 it I* HOBERTON.Jko. I I = wwi' ,

.. tract lh' Ish t'for thoughtful 'medita- i required 33,3:%000( ) cans to hold the fruit 0.Complainant R UDOJI. 80\, Special 4aprilSUd MaMer. REDUCED TO'li PER DAY :i .,:,Gu.I'
*-v f This I. an enormous amount of cannel TmehU, -
i- :1
tlon. _
< -- ':
''I: I goods; and if ahlptpl bj rail in case I IL I I! c' .... "
t 'Fruit Culture. would 1i,3.t and the JAMES R MOOEHEAD, : ;\
V'S I '. require cars aum SILKIUFF'S 8ALE. .. .,.< : : .,.,.

\: ; 'ofoof experiment l\ of .attention stations, in factI' arerfSSrealile ance to roov"of one It. or two *hundred% locomotive. -1-1"h' VIRTCK OF AV EX crnox 't>;srE1 :==::::: :::::::::=: :::::;=:: '" .. .

most of.thelr time to experiments in .:: -' By \ of the circuit remit In and tot Mart() l M..FISHEL'S

I Salt cutture. -'A1l l the experiments at The new paling fence io front of the M...--CITY..._ ....AND..._...CUt'NTY..w ."..__SURVKYOB.-._:....._...._ county' Florida, bcartng the. date of March 21st ."'---.h __ I ''"
A. D., 15.1. wherein J. MYaitS Q. : __
A.DWELLEYpartnerY _
and .
\ and Methodist the .
{iTwe "Bhduld'be earemlly! parsonage: juttbe ,
BUUoni ,
: doing bueipeaa aria '
-I-III ._..._ .
,economically conducted. In the nature of the enclosure around the lot, name of i.1 aaa'a PWELLEY. are pletnUfls, t---M.- rrrY.ww.r .
must be theories as the supplemented by itov ){r. .Xey's. morning now located In room 1. R. Eo Yon,.'" ('0.1 and WILLIAM t. McOAHAUAJC: dmlulxretftr OCALA 1 : : : :
new building opposite MonteinmA Hotel liar of the enUte of A. X.I: V,HIT*, deceased. I* de.feDdaD .. : 1 J'U)1lJDA.M ;
who tha .
labors in _..
LkaUofexperUneBUJiut the man platting yard and .._....
: your'Uud ]orated before you build your imnaoTemenu. \. I ba."luled upon and 1I-m..11 at .. .._._ ,,
'r "advance the theory Bhoold notbe planting it witA .fiercer, and ibruw) My Hurreyt are open IW Contest by lie outcry the highest bidder< for cash, &fUb- ;'1-;
lleshoulJiieapracticalman adds greatly to i its pleasing and attractive two or more competent Bnrrtyori toe beat court houne1 *oor to OoaU" Marlon county, Klort-'

..... "lalonary.Cneeryat.hf' man.. Before,theiQOP.JdetaW I hlm.lih virtues. The tripod( from Inttrumtnuand. HirtiMtlealring theorlRtnal vraerrleecanaddreM eadnete.m.limywork. meat .u.Qn M' 'f .lt J aril, 1m. """ :
and a ,
1 pmouot of none)! tha U I Is ex- I which 'suspended 'a good-sued Iron ocala, or call at my office Etlmat: on Kalln < during the legal noun-fur iii., the following I'SXOWDE.'i I'/
ttlogaaghQnlde"t.Quched : kettle, tells the story of the eloquent and .cur.ty. cud ,utHlh ton ahe j town of \' ] loU mad I Il IoS4UU
r. ; t tpeud : should be suco,tb"H I ley pastor's social inclinations anti /Jmchtf dl J. R.lifOORllSAD. t alot _id. tWit I The southeast qnartvr 4 McFARLAN; .
..; tbti authorities such-mom In charite Then let : that the latch-string of.his' home >\ 1 a1.ways < et tuwuthlpsixtulll noitheaat quanrrvf, &Javiuhof sAeliom tirvntyy-eeTea raug! "u..t .((27);) l -
} 'ol'u utip
han th 1.l"" J'.W4Ala'et out la 1114 bXCtl4twt. wf ,the UutW lo 'l' Oo, r UAHV. ... U, ((251 east, and \qturu-r or nortbwcM p
theirrtrrank Jml'Ort n\\ Jld\ (or ,ex, ''drop'ha and revive the inner man. Rev quarter, and t44'ellebalr 01 nonhwMt quarter, [>ALL KINDS OF Fqrji
: ,q> J' % pnofQ r Iture!' which I. ,\> irje 'a examle J ill making bts,7ard I '-.-, |.4 tweuCJ\1IlIJI; actwoa ,eat aide of section
ftul l\ .eAt ""' 1. I < li.lteeQ (16 south ofnag.
'per1 tne p ti J l.n jri ditacalty' in ,' attractTve and pleasing. tq the eyeJa worthy L5, Ir.TIIQU AW OaelON.I twentj-two(n't') t, contaX&lnx inha a

1. come: re Iona, to atmoet''Irafyze I of generous imitation by all'our citi. Roerna. Block,'OCALA. drv4 and Port r see. Acid property
Agoew A
a cll ; as I i Oai7e old .e satiety said.....ttMt and rf,.<. <,
it will .
on..l""t", enterprise! !In"the direction or 8S- epee ffld we'truat. generally ....

.. "" .. '''' ...- ..- '7Y--..,. .
} .. 'i '' ,, ...
.. "f o .- '\\."' > ....".".
; -N',:f<, .t':' 1\ '..
i"l.; l., "d"" TSWV ''' '
l'I.!.: '''''

p 4 'Y 1

;'I THE FIODIDIl I* .1 I. ...- -1
: :

lt"" ,, T: : L1



i.'J!) i-Tropical Exposition IC()

;; /, I'1 ,.,!" _...--- 1'I nMl'
M' ,
J '1'I., I.
: -This Exposition, incorporated under the laws of the Mate ol Florida, opened nt- --- "u....

<.S'\-O'., \, ALA MAHlON' 1 C'Oin, FLORIDA Mm 29tll '1889. ,:+.*:t f to.;'

; :4n.I

:i ,: f :: CLOSE. MAY FIRST 1889. .' I

f : I


+ This will bean Exposition of Fomological i : Horticultural and Agricultural products of Florida, and her..soils, timbers, woods, minerals! and live I stock! and in addition articloH M
;. and products of general: interest from. all States and countries. Entry i ig/tpeu. to the world for the display of Its products. No charge for entries nor : Hpaoe ,for the.products or I.F"
r manufactures of Florida., v ,
The United States Experimental Station for improvement and development of products indigenous( to thin section has: been located contiguous to our exposition! ground.. .:.,r
1.; : teSrVe\ iiviljn exhibits of all descriptions, particularly those' }pertaining to the arts mechanics and".igricuUure: guaranteeing uniform courtesy to all exhibitors.r "" ;
A .. :AYt 1
t \
CASH ; ) '1 1CJ

: .. ,
A "11.
..'f -- 1 t ;

GEO. W. WILSON, President. WAI. FOX First Vice-president. DR.H.| KNIGHT, Second Vlcu-Priwidoht. 1 ,

.", C. W. CAMPBELL( Sly, General) Manager.[ G. S. MAYO, Treasurer 'J. CLARKS, 86crciary. I;,k;"\ <..nlIllo I,

f'. .

N 4'.lnB FiIst National Bank Tite iiellGhailtks'1110F\/ ) .NationalBanl{ Anti --TJIJ Monolloly-- Drug }!1,,l L.V .

-OF OCALA.- ,t
a a
Ocala, Plorltla.
-- --- OCALA ANISEED ). :
=== -
__04 NO. 3470.i. .. = I cn

-NO. 3815. url
No. Place.
t -1. '

, ; Paid Up Capital, M ,Authorized Capital, I 'STOCK**\'*V S50.OOO.OO) i ";-.IN"f, A, ,;' Iunu

: $150,000.i i SU1tVLUf. > ;, f-!. p, -I '' f .. r-8,050.00 )i "
$50,000 .. .... ,:.. ":f I I CO IlI,ETnNESS OF STOCK: r
.! '?,' !l
...' I r w.u.couciiv.rr. .. *t' :, I'rioee. ,: 11r.
LU'.AOSF.WPr.r .-....--........-.--. 4' ?i'1 OPFlOEIlBiJMO. '. Quality of and Low
::.: F. DONN, IWaidtn. -0-
E. P. PiBMi'KEB, I'icfl'Ktident. :
f't+ 1 ,' '' ( ) JOJ1IUSI :
; { Ouhli1'
R. B.
. ;, :, ; ; : MCow9a: I i' It' ...
" ,:.:' ;. 'r i :--0 ,, .1.1t
". MoINTYEE.' C11tIIIER.: : Being; nou ettaWithtd in'our new and elegant Hank building tt'f are prepared to guar -( <
ih A. anise tatitfaction tool! '
teat lhll
I 1 .1'r
,, General., Dankinglbninru trtAitactfd. ExclMnge bought and told Y 'r.' t i 1. ? ,
$lJRPL US $7,000,00 1.. ..:0 ,, 1..43 I .,.,, :. I.: .I...' ,I I. + c
"< "i > ,.
I ;, -d, tPllTli'Yllrir--! [ .: 4
j., !bankrfle houses Irt the State owned by the : BOARD, OF DIRECTOUS.'I: i' :
bet equipped I fIJ" : ,I.
of the finest and | all 10 (h'
.. One facilities for making' Collections on aoceseibletpolnts.: .. ; ".uaJJu# _
We have special customers consistent with safe .. ., t'JNO. N
; bank and favor to our : ,
"j:, >," -We will extend.every court'jOY and careful!attention taall-bomn' entrust sL to u* ._-- -. -- :.- .. .. h1.eI 1 '44 : Ii "
f panting and shall give prompt and all busIness In our line and IUNN) -- : :DMW
;: V/t SANK ; F:' P. DIRfUln, ,H.., .ARE,
(. We 80 satlatactlon f CFIAS.RI1EINAURIt. ..
I, entire ; 1 r -J I .
I Iy
guarantee._ '' et4' l HARVEY KNIGHT. .. : J I WM. ANDEKHON: I r'i
, : ; J. C. PERINE, i... MU. TIIA YEn

,::!'k.., Importers & Trader CORRESPONDENTS, National Bank, New York, N. Y.; B. McCONNELL.i" ; ,. S aSl. .Doorsmin S; s: .F'1 1.F E

I .
: 'Bank of Georgia Savannah.a '0 1.:, I id
: 1.i outhern ) In.&e: West. "I ; T t .' r.
importantciUes Af
in all 1 ) .
J. ; .
1 Correspondents
: ;. ItiT Special ,1 I ; d'. I ( .."
4_ National Park: Bank of Art Kor:. Mavens AoAonaJam* of Boston, A. ,E. DELOUST. .f cwt
I National Bank of AfltunnaA Georgia. \ '!';: :
I .....
... 'I.wt. LovintiU Banking: ,Company: LouitvOU, '4 ,,J 'Ian.. ,. 12.r
J. MONTEZUMA ,... ., !;' r.:

ij"" ,- street, Ocd.FIIl. W. W. CONDON'S: -I j .1q.J.v.)8 ? .1)) Pjj: ,O 1 F:; :fl>>! W$R &"' QQ- ,;io''.121'i

.. 311111 JUU br.,. d'I' ( ..1 b.NQvsJVelry\ \ Store :,.Qrgg: in'.U 'I '.. ," ,I '
: ,.
: t
..... Shines replete with everything ; =>{b
:::::: --0-. .. ".':""roa-. .. ...rlt ,
:1 e r.+h.CIty..... .hia line. Call and examineString .. boo.......;....., t '

_=_T..h..e..H'""N" .:....._...__\...,..: r.__.%., o......-...-..- f ?i\ \ (or,yauraelL L I ruE PLACE. tTO i ia 'FIND. .TII DfVr PIANOS' '.' r;

--- I If( ALL RESPECTS= _, I t
-0- i r ATp .
-FiR; !:?, : Y. .. I, r '-4W
.._ ...... ." for Muslca Instruments aSpaeUtty DR .DELOUEST ,
.I hI. O>"' P ., ."for,eo. d
: "
;; ....:r,
AV.... r- . ptrlwlrl. .

.' .

.. '!

,''r; .:i----' --. .
,1. j ,' ';2"D'' ; :.', : '" "' ,. "
'" -- .. .. .
._ .. ..4 ......... 1 ..

;.w ; '--Hf: I. 'r" >} ], ,' : ;1'7J' :: f i t .. Illp ..
M R .w L t .2 g, ,. t 11 .... .. ; .. 1 '.r I .

j :., THE DAILY BAMMFP '. ,' 1 1 ...A', ..j .C. I ..... ," "r ;r'r. ,,. L till. f.r ;M:

Per uiSUbtrlptl.0n Rat... I Lake Sii il ilSO.
a4 "i MX: Month : : : $4 00. ,
r d : Three Menthi., _. .. 2 1.2fl!HAdvertising : ," ..h.., _.._...'._ jj, "' ."f, f Jf .,\ ...--_ -\M.\ ..., i
e .. --- -- ..-"" ""'*< .
\ Rate.
f .
v Size 1y4lem.t8m.j '1m.Iwktone I : :.": G Lake Vi

i' column"5inches. *W 1M b **> 66J10 Oil 00 ;' .. .
ne 176 100 '.60 1800 ft 00 1ft s;. << jl:
.. ,
: '
100 60 4
7A 90 10 00 8 60 ,
60 80 fb 1 00 1 76 10ft. : .. .p. A t4 t f .'. Sixteen miles south.highblnffoverlookii
: \ 1 Inch 80 20 12 4O12._ 4 / i
.... : .:', .
,ii" '. $ 10 cen taper line. r""Beautiful Lai 1

j > AGiirCfM'* further] information apply at omce 01 ,. ... :.. HCKS MEETS ALL
y C. L.'BITTINQER, .1t

,..t. Buslnem Manage Fine Boating, Sailing
.fJ and Fishing.
,' .
,, GRAND "
; 8EI1.TnOI'IOAI+ Xmr rcra N r Transient Rates $8.00'to'\\

/' OCALA,;T1IUI18DAY, APIIIL. 11fc : Day Weekly Rates $$10 _)' r r
t. ,. _" T tI
,:' fc Tiie| ''D&,'. Program. w t Upwards accordlag to L
t I'' tion of Kooms.
'NIne C I
a. m. let.Knights and Page s!!
assemble at the Ocala Iloiu and elect D .. Address, 11
J '
Judges. e II. J. ROSENBLate
2nd-List of Knights by Secretary: to 1 N.. 1
; Judges, who immediately decide by .loti ., /' ',. of Park Avenue Hotel,New York, NisiCe
and announce the order in which I y ton House, Niagara Falls.Open l .__ iinw ,
the tilts are to be made. T I
4 3rd-Music, in front or the OcaliHouse 4 All Year.WEIHE. Tian
Ii where assembled. D
r' 4th-Knights mounted in costume, B.
: a, form in line by twos, and headed by the tin I
: band march to the I lll ts. \ ;
.r' Ten a. m. '6th-After music, informal s truri: Y
:,.1 tilt by the Kntght ,(optlonal.) .
t 6th-Music.7th SiOcM)
-Knights form (in front of Judges' ( !
.. stand and have brief addrpM.8th seer ,

f.:;" form -at Music rest at, head during of the which lists. Knights W att c } Olok k Jewelr! eli I

r: Eleven u. m. The Tourney beirins by .' ,
t the Marshal railing out the first Knight; /r& I '' Ant'
; i who makes one tilt, and id I followed '.
I'. 4* upon call of the Marshal), by the reolt' &; it : .' c l!tTi t
r maining Knights in the order adopted, t LINE! ,
j[ :'!: each making one tilt, after which the + vr I ,
r second and third tilts are made in the D ((11111 ;
and order.
same manner
t'i"! J 11th-Three 10th-Music.tilts having been made by Repairing a Specialty.

7.t' each Knight, the Knights assemble at
l the Judges'stand and hear the announcement -
g" by the Judges of the general re LOCATED( o.\ WEST SIDK '
'sults.15th. or SQUARE)-
w '
f. -Music.13th SmSMS
j<, -TilU to decide' ties in the competition :
f..? for prizes. One tilt for each I .
s\ Knight having) made a a tie. .1'! -
;f*' t 14tb-Music.V ; Ir : I '; LAND TITLES I I1
F 15th-Final decision of the Judges t r ,
l., s 'rendered.' Knights and Pages being assembled i )'
,[, around the Judges stand.
! 1G--Delivering of the prizes. THE BEACON & ADAMS

f, 17-Music, during which the success ABSTRACT
" ,: ful Knights select the Queen of Love COMPANY.IS \
i and Beauty, and her Maids of Honor -l-
and bring' tbem. forward to the ,Judge's) TILE PLACE

'' Crowning. the Queen. r. :J ,. '
1 -1-
J 19th--Music.20th ?
I -The Queen with her Maids! en- OFFICE, : : OCALA
er the carriages and proceeded<< -by the u _- __':_1 --.t .1' -r;' -- ----- --- --_ HoraiJJaSm
band and 'under 'the' escort oif their ;
Knights and Pages proceed through the
principal streets to the Public Square, ,.
where the procession,disbands and all I A '
parU :lpanta'deote themselves to general 'I"A' ( Ii E. B. RICHARDSONTHE
( recreation. ran i LOOK! i Id
a .Eeiizhtn.. m. Grand ball at the Ex t L$25.00. ,
position building. The Queen and $25,00.t .l.lI' Finest
.w Kati, Maids lead off in the dances. .L._._. :_........... .. Livery In the City $

y r. F.n..& N. nail road. -0LEADINGSALES8TADLR- r,

\:',; Drill Will, at 1 sell!!Jacksonville tickets for, on the April Inter 9,10- tate,I1, ::-I'';. :fI! ..UQ!! .l. 'I w..w.+rl.. iiJIJ.sillE} r w..N.w Ii .wN r01..N .}....I w 'rHIKTY.wNw... .w .:. r !! .DAYS.ww..w.w..w..Y."i ONLY. y 1 4,wM.N! r"? ? ,

and 12, limiting tickets to April 13, as 1731.16

follows.Fernandina, $1.25; Newhall, $1, Calla
'\, ban, 1.20 Haldwin, $1; Highland $1.10* The first in the field New Semi-Tropical addition to the City of Ocala 1 Anderson's new addition GEORGE MCKAY, P
,' Law ley. 1.20: Starke $1.40; Hampton$1.40S11ald9 adjoins the Semi-Tro ical Exposition grounds. Three hundred lots now ,:offered at 925 each,.for thirty days ARCHITECT AND
.t 41.4O:Orange Heights $1.45; only. The property is elevated and overlooks the city. South street is now being graded to the property. BUILDKB

r v ,' Campville Lochloosa, $1.75$1.55. Island Hawthorne Grove, $1.05$1.85; The proposed "dummy line,",when completed, will add 100 per cent to the value of every lot. LoUt can be DESIQ.fs: AND EB'TbLATEBr '- tt t

Citra, $1.00; 8parr; ,< $2; Anthony, 2.10;; paid for on the installment plan, desired.l.: *No! commissions, no agents ; buy direct from owner. The I -rurntehed on, Application_ t,
Spring Park, $215; Silver, Spring, $2.25; or the BANNER will select lots for non-re denta. "Get in on the ground:floor." Plat can be seen at office oi I --o__. I Igto..
Ocala-$2.24 1 ; ,$_..5io Belle ,err II. L. Anderson, or address II. L. Anderson Lock Box 125, Ocala! Fla. Orncm-RUlDllfC. .- 810'T et.*
t"J' 0t Futaelrfi Mjl#.tio; pzfotd'Or'nttr 0Orlando ; I I Orangs andJnxu.:.. ) b,
fJ,2O; ,2.75; OCALA, 'tni
\, Home, $285; Bamboo, $285; Whitney THE LAFAYETTE HOUSE, YLORlrI.
f $2.00; Montclair, $3: Levsburg, $3.{):); THE OCALA HOUSE. .; 1 f 1
Eldorndnt f$.20;,.Tavaras, $3.20 Panasoff. en 1
keM i ''F":1:,95l.; Su itsntUl.,. '!$2; 'BushnelljfilOjt JACKSONVILLE FLA- I. J. 1 1re
l"t -, ;\ 'ai CsthirineY $3.15: Eaooochee] I I. )
$3.35; Dade <"''1t ; Abbott, $$3.75;:
I Plant City $3; Fairbanks fl.t 5; Gainer Centrally located on street between 1'I'i" :
t.' -Tille, 21.65; Hammock: Ridge l : $1.75: Ar- Ocean 4nhtt. The of the THE MARION COUNTY NtJ1t. >
f redondo,$1.75; Kanapaha, $1.80; Palmer! IS AGAIN OPEN, ': LeadingHptel City. SERYMAN. n'an
'fr fJ !:a bett$24I1iTpr-Junctlon; $125; him
if" . ir.-'l:: $ .16.Otter Creek, $2J5; Ellzey; $2.351.! Index new Management, Special Inducements -AND-
i:,; -" _Cedar Key, $2.80 j,,Marietta, 65c.) ; MAC.Clenny.fUO .. '?> and reduced MKri.:r F.tei M to 1URU1N.permanent: froprletrew.guana. I I ; OFTOg TO THE PUBLIC A'''I'niB",,,? f of
'. ; ;; Glen St; MaryTfl.10; S4ndoreori ANYJIN OF
$1:>'0; Olustee, $1.40; Lake City, I A .f. RAp.
it., 1119; Lake OAlAf f rM.fWtlborn $1A5' ; ;, 4v TIns A 8PCIAUTT.' !br

'(t .Kqusto 12.I : eQ41rf 4.5, :tetnynl$%3)0) ; BJUvlll, $?"75,; DRS. G. H. & J. C, PERI N E, ; On/i) or- i 1I 1- -1-ADD.IM 1dj1D152Q1 In I

Aucilla.I $2.85; Driflon. $ai Monticello' BHHf;.sf lKnt ] ""' "d' AntloIyiFla e)\8UIJ
b1WTrayy :f3.O"OY; :76Q1ijd$; ,1 ;ll i m j3.M Mt.,, Kdf:AiNW A rio! IKG. J.; r ''tRejiafnt'ed Inside and Out1! V'AMI _.. .
I --
Onl Included. -
admission! ..
t AD branch of dentUlry." Teeth filled and irat
) ,. ,. A.O.MacDorea, iiiMHTil Root erowved with poraelain or gold !" '-
t 4*< .\ iiD
'.i'4,' Qen P& AI't. I Atpq.. f1'QI8' ...MOt k III)a laU set.Arad. Q; 'Ui ;;ib cibt' i a
a C TI 8f Krtouy ...denttttry at moderate prtoMf rffTH tJ1d..wGkm' f. fen
The Red Grocery, Magnolia street, Il it
,; the place to buy.your-jwocerle*. 11108 FOB> OCA)<.{ 'luau BCCUOOI ;:.' 'r ::- 'a J r'' CURIOSITIES. ',:::," A 7
H. ZACHAUAS, Proprietor.d 1
'a. -rPANCy bn
\ declm ,Tc'. l.v1LA f (j AND STATIONERY.OFFIC88L'PPh;; : GOODS
'J "n t rn'n 1.... : NOTICE W UXRKBY GIVEN THAT BKAllO that
.. ,erecting the O.ala lUgn School Build* -
.' DC wUl U retired bt the TrtwceM of the Ocala SEAUTIFUL LAWNS AND CROQUET, BfiQUNDS it
ll&h School until April lit iw Plans| and ,_ L lf jTb'PItLCTB. tb
F a.n..rauu. lJ 'CJuo.l' ; fpollcaUooa Dow resdy.5 the offlcs .(. TJ J.Oook. .. ,--,. ;. ... :
... .
:i, FULLER A CHADtlfTJSTS. 'CR" *> .archl'ro. reeerve the prtT.Ueof --
IPject1Dc any.rallWla. bond ft* & I t' iiii' .i of Mst w. ats
,; ,"t' fur perfonaaD of contract be len.. Send In ,. wendtl'NN.. :. fcw
"' 140.10 K. t HARRIS ,
attention ftvea;; to Crown Brtdjcwork Chairman B ard TnnUee Ocala UUh 8cho,L .
Goldy1.te.Speeal en4 aU m-alaM operation rulo* ..ue.t-WM. FOX.Secretary.tTline tea TBXMS Arrur to : : : : : GEO. D. DUY, HAITI*'", -
LIL. nwJ AI'\. Qaa adnUnlaUrad tor the -( for reoentDc bids Mended to April
eM .Urartlon of Ueta. OBoe rtrat 1 1M>>I t, OCALA, YLOZIDAti I
.... aua au1141nLyx. Ota ." 4 ada UU.lI&AU, wit 1
i \

., {
t E ---...... I\"", __ ...... '.l !. '1 .
lL -