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:
April 8, 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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on OCALA, ., MONDAY, APRIL 8, 1889.
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---- 'SHOOL Dr. Gary was then introduced and pu'ilsCapt' ; McDavid.FELIAW :
c. L. J.-:.", --- --. ------ DAY I made a most impressive and eloquent sti i r-Professor Walker, 20pukils
:, tdJtor. 11dfOMd And Let as
S speech, arousing the vast audience of notIces : Ocala to be -
=-=-=- ,I ___ than ,(OllO persons, fully 1. Y" don'tY llll1loD "V" the j je'llell't. whom were school children, to such a pupils; L. M Graham.l'ARtcatunVRUSofro.. by Giving Them a Reception
ng ._ dSfebtd I tN EPOClll 11 OUR SCHOOL pitch of enthusiam that his ornate' Itoae Hood 1, 12 Worthy of our CU,'. Name and ;
Let Presieatlfil::! -VomplimenUrv periods and tow! of thought was heartily pupils; T. W. Hood, Andrew J. Turner. Fame '
)ter' tonight punctuated with vigorous i applause. The CKMKAI, I"cllooL-D. C. Gunnels, 8 pupils
at toEipwition be a grand : HISTORy. Doctor certainly covered himself with ; l Lawrence Heck.HuKoav Our distinguished Mayor Dr. T. P.

one.War oratorical honors. We regret that space I'RnICll0 pupils; Vt. T. Gary ia in receipt of a postal card say l
and nron of local;; war reach -- will not permit even a synopsis of his Folks. Ing that Dr. Hamilton Surgeon-General r
our ears as *'fln press, Urathic, Jii ECLIPSES most admirable address .NTIIONT-Mi Laura M. lacountand oft ho United State Marina Service of
ticulara tO-tnomr' par. THE RED- C. 1- Bittineer.of HANNEH, was the Miss Emma R Smith 00 pupil; E.H. .;. Washington, j. c., accompanied by
---- LETTER BABY DAY.A next speaker, who in behalf of the Coun.t Swain, R. 1, BOlt and Dr. D. A. Dr. Wtn. C. Chaw, of the same service 1 ie
Visitors wii.w. elwiiieJ/ at the bmi- Board of Education, extended a Smith and city, and Dr. Bruner, of Savannah, ;
nest college !,.. evening. Come and |I I j I hearty welcome to all What he said 25 Ga., with other prominent' sanitary physiciana .
lot'RlKA-)1.: T. Henderson, pupils,
r bring your fr.rejSnowden:. Hall./ j jMessrs. THOUSAND CI11LDIIKX F1tOMEVEItY the audience who greeted him kindly Major J. K. Priest trustee.ORANUE will, at the ..|.ecial request of our
I and his words State L gislature mllke a tour of inspection
NOK AND CORNEROF generously applauded can I ,
I UKOVK W. Cvrn.15 pupils.
; Tompkins+ have OMI do their own reporting. .1 of our State, visiting every city and h
chased th lift! ,II it South Iur./i MARION FLOCKTO In the absence of.the lion Albert J. l\1AL'Iovn.Lx-J.lI, Urinston, 20 pupils, town of Importance to note their sanitary
and TUB MfCC.UP I. Jas. Mantis and Mr. Geiger, trustees .
will rfio inll/> lie is worth Itusttell, the eloquent and indefatigable Diliard condition.
THEIR IIOPKH l'MKR"JPI.f-SInII1 N. 10 pu for Ocala and the
State Superintendent which was greatly April 11th is set
The filrvf: .\/iranl'I'--/ of. Marion regretted by all, the lion. John 0, Uear pils. Mayor ha called a !snecial I meeting of
county held ,""! imiurtanl' a'ul'' i interesting AND don was called upon and made an impromptu Hu'K SraiNcw-Daniel Chalker, 12 pupils the city council that they take suitable
EXPECTATIONSTHAT J. J. IXtblm I\nIMr. Stricklan trus
last Thur address with brilliant to give the distinguished
meetirf H Fellowship" replete tees.1VAt'TrtLAMrs.'. measure |arty
day and Frith ARE FULLY REALIZED. ideas clothed in elegant diction\ showing M. ( 8 pupils a proper reception
how the world moves'and the ideas 'aa, Thu' Mayor save the citizens should
Is there n* gui reason why you ot men, emiiiating from a cultured and PACAI.A-Prof. Streator, Mre.Strsator, raise the sum at fix( that Ocala may
Four Thousand Miss Ella: Sells Miss Caro and!
.Citizens Teigler
should not 1:eDj thl' business! collt'ge.tDowden I Supplement educated mind is the unseen force that properly receive and entertain the! gen-
ll opened to-tlay for a I 3 the Grand Procession- pushes us! to a higher grade of civilization Miss Fannie Clark, 137 pupils, Isaac Stevens tlt'nwlI110 have been honored by the
Win. Fox and G Heardon .
Jno. ,
Our and night sessions Was a Sublime Ovation to the '
months' coos : and usefulness! on earth. trimfees. State for their scientific sanitary knowl
r Onward March of Material Development then introduc-ed '. +
Superintendent Payne
\ The toimrf f Keaka, Putnam county, A largo! number of scattering scholars' edge.We
and Intellectual I'rog. the various scholar of the different can beat show our appreciation of
the the F S. R. 11, exhibits! a whose names of schools we could not ascertain '
on line of
res..Messrs. Streater and Stevens schools, who came ux>n the platform the of these! gentlemen by
cassava root&t tbe Eipoaition weighing the Father of the and delivered themselves aa follows: were present.NOTKH. meet trt'flt'Ul'O, .: and entertaining them '
Happy +
forty-five ,wnnJi/ It is a veritable Little May Hell Jackson, of Long Lake in manner commensurate with tno imfOrtance. -
young saw K. Thought Eloquent Hpeeclirs. school, was so diminutive and petite in I I At 2:30 p. in. the prizes were awarded of their grave responsibilities. I
Highly Entertaining School I2xercises statue, that Professor Streaier placed her by C. L. Hittinger, of thleHANNaRfurbestesety and the good that.. to secure to our State
Mr. JoioB. Webb, the affable/ manager with Music and Satittfactlon on "Tin," a"l its discovery related l
upon| the t sjteaker's table, when shin le- and community, by showing them that 7
of thfN i.narJ,! Lime Co's. works Galore.-Notes, Ac., &1'. cited in the moot self oHveMed| and winsome I to the United Slate. The commillco we are fully alive to the magnitude
at Kendriik,returned Saturday from avery manner What shall it be," and making( the awards, were I>r. Gary and and gravity of the situation in having,
succt'ul' business trip to St. Aug. Everything conspired! to make Marioncounty's sang ever so sweetly Its Peep" lion. Henry W. I Sistine ana Jeo'ksonville.Dr ] Master Smith' of llelleview school' recited I ones were Itoy ;1. Smith, of lielluview, of cleanlineHH anti: sanitation aa will t
-- public school day an unequaled }Fourth of 1st prise' one year's subscription to the
in a masterly matyier a warrant them in giving us clean bill of
Gee Trouge V""ellf was the uninterupted and: pronounced success. July parody, followed/ by the recital of II BANNER ; Ethel Streator; or Ocala, 2nd health for the present and a guarantee r
/ to
called) yesterday ljv a telegram who i is The soft blue velvet plush of skits Little bands and little feet," by Misses Ocala H.(" in silver ; May Allred, of for the future.
bedside o/to/ on lie in will Delaware? l be absent;, in. above, thesootliing sunshine that made Eva Walters and Mabel Mead, of same I 3rd prir.o, li S month' HubHcription! Let every citizen constitute himself t "
Ull| CrtJUJ't' ill K-hool. It was charmingly! rendered.' ; to the! DINNER ; Inside! Banks, of Ocala, herself as one! into committee the
def nitely/ -7m' futon, }!!l8. the foliage and the (lowers of spring Mini Uraham, of CJraliatnville school, 4th prize, tiny tvnia in Silver.\ whole, and put their premises' into perfect 1

sparkle and laugh\ in very merriment at declaimed finely, which was followed by There were seven contestants. The order and the same of the city. 1
jssssiaW"5 his magic touch and dance in the tlelici- the Calisthenic exercises of a clans of name of t the unsuveHful ones, were Now who will start the list by contri
30 misses under the tutilago of Lillie Williams and Lillie M. Brown of butions
cious breeze that made the green canopied young to meet the financial requirements
ffiSi'ffiKSB! MitutCaro Zeigler, of the Ocala graded Ocala, Charles S. Binnicker, of Fltrnin of the city ?
'I..r. trees and the raditnt flowers
., ton. We will publish the prize
School The young girls were coquet- essayson Don't all speak{ at once, but speak
creditaLle/ to teacher pupils} rtrons. field and yard hood up their beautifully tidily dressed in white skirts with roil "Tin," intent week'sweekly BANNKP. single. and with fml'! !I&ilill. ,
_. crowned 1 heads an bear their blushinghonors flowers and red blouses and while sailor Ocala, Greenwood, Candler: Citra and '
r contented to with that dignity and grace that collars and the deep blue badges of the Anthony schools indulged in banners!, A HUlMjIANTOii4lio MARRiAGIC, 1
You &nnot be perwctly for nominal proclaimed their mission, and the deep school. It was the |Illlt'trr.o(/ and and for beauty of design. and finish, the --- ,
clerk or labor all your life a hate no and portenliou import the day and the the perfection of drill. They were vociferously last named carried off the prize. HI. Augustine Wing of and Love In They the Rebuilt Fly to ;
l..cause you
alary, simply work. Therefore exercises would prove to the thousand applauded and so delightedwere In this connection we must not forgetto : Cathedral Father Moore Unite 1
knowledge 01 office and one school children of Marion coun- the audience with the drill that ray that the Anthony school program And lllvMMes Them. 1
learn bookkeE'riull or 8tenl IJall at ty who would assemble under the roof late in the afternoon, after repeated Im consisted of a kindergarten exercise ; recitation *
joining( tbe class at SuowJen of the Brand building; which has been portunities, it was repealed I by Eddie Sivan ; song, by Ta Mr. Edward Miller, one of Messrs. E:.
once. -_ instrumental as a place of refuge and HOY. llarman Martin, the able teacher man and Blanche Piper! ; song, entitled t W. ,\ new'8.t CD'S, popular and accom s
another paper, the deposit to exhibit the varied! and grand and eloquent divine of Ft. McCoy, in "Back to Home and Mother." by Alice (.lillht'lillalellmen, took the train Saturday : j
Ocala i is to 'have of the Young.! display of the products of Marion ..ndothE'r behalf the of schools, scholars, trustees and Sadie, Smith ; only Eddie Swain morning for St. Augustine, accompanied
Beacon, the State organ counties of the State. recited there by Jliha Ada M. Burnett, where
ChristialJ Endeavor.Messrs. and teachers, thanked the Exposition aa was lit) piano to accompany
Men's Society E. PtltCt' and 8. S. Bnrlin Early Saturday morning as the roseate management for their kindness and the songtof the sweet little! miww they were married in the Cathedral by
A. editors SUCl''SS to the hues of the Eastern sky lighted up the thoughtfuIiieax and generous treatmentto Many of our country cousins came Father Moor.
game are the horizon in the loveliest and most brillant all, and most eloquently did he voice I thirty mils in carriage, end left home Mists Hornet will be remembered as
venture. ___-_--------- of colors, proclaiming' the coming of the those sentiments, which were this sentiments :, at one and two o'clock in the morning to the young lady who served as amanuensis -
die from kidney diseases rand luminary of the day our streets of all. be present.If for the firm of K. W. Agnew A Co.,
j More people the real dilfl'11tVthan honed signs of the coming of our conn- TnU closed the general; exercises for I the Grahamville people would have and controlled the destinies of the typo-
without a!any other rauP! hut if Shat try school cousins, and by nine o'clock the day, the audience dispersed over the known a week in advance, that they writer for that exten-ivo firm, and more '
from be rrsorted to in season orwhenever elevations\ of various schools, number- building, and lunch, which many could have an excursion on a boat up recently served in the same rapacity for ++
tuck' Sppel6c weariness across the kid. fog live, six, ten or a dozen vehicles in brought with them, WAS partaken of on the river! which they only learned the lawyer John G. Ueardon.
the. danger will be averted. one procession' made our streets look the spot.The night. before, there would have been a :Mint Uurl1ett'lIllt"OJlle{ reside in Brunt-
ney.Is felt l'alare Drug 8tOFP. lively, and by the time all the morning following schools, with the number delegation of fully 400. wick, Ga., and her brother, who occupieda )
Bold at the *30mch Jot w4 trains had! come in crowds locked on of children, names of teachers and To say that the children were delighted consulship in Africa under the late
our streets and the Hide walks at times trustees present and took part in at the many wonderful things they Cleveland: adminstration, will a sinter
During Saturday night quite a pf>rct'p- and {places were not wide enough: to hold the happy and joyous festivities of the saw and the charming and entr..ncing met Mica! Ada suit. Augustine, witnessed
change came over ouratrnoHpher.ctiole the throng nf little onus wh... flitted from day : music. of the band, faintly describes it. her marriage with Mr. Miller and eacortetl

dreams, and towards morning we began one side of the square to the other to In. I'5I'ARKlrI M. A. Stiles teacher 7 It was an event ; an epoch in their lives, them to Brunswick, where the
to reach out in distorted eu wind for IIprt the building and admire the beau- {pupils; Trustee, M I. D. Ernmenisor; and S. and iU beneficent and far-ieaching influences young |ieoplu will pas: part of their
'! \ ." unbiustty waR tl,1 show windows with their lovely I). Seuter.CHIPCO. on the lives of the little ones aa honeymoon.
morn and chilly and this morning it is. rimmings and adornments. -It. D. Cunningham; 2 pupils; they !grow to the statue and understand The BANNKK, which is never wanting
eai f by the market men that slight indication As the country children had come to C. C. lligcenbotham and W. P. Wind- lug of men and I women, could not bo eve in wishing all such couples, unstinUd
< of frost were villibl 1 but tru'lt no see the Kxposition and drink in fie ham, trustees.rr1w. liniated, but will be wonderful. It was joy and domestic felicity, lllng the old

damage was ,toile our truck I patchE's' uiriaJs of attractions and surprises that EUITRAIiM8 Addle Ilrown; 5 pupils, such a si;hit M" many had never been shoo of good luck after this deserving)
which were looking 80 promisingly.I .. waited their unsoGtBticated visions, II. M. Morris and J.C. Pillans trustees.HELLKVIEW muchleHH Ilr'alnpt 1 of. It was a glorious couple and trust that their cup of hap-
they became clamorous for a speedy en- -MiHs L M.! Miller! 26 day, a glorious: occasion and had a glorious plncBsmaybe full ,to over-flowing, and
'!I md:7t!! BId II nidstlt t try to the fairy palace, and to gratify the pupil's' ; Jas. Pendeld trust e*,. ending that mietens In |lift may elc'llIon.lrat" ,
erection curious young. ones SuperintendentPayne ( The town it is worth living, and that after a long '(
of bids for tile JRKKNWOOD-II. (X Martin 45 pupils; wan full of people and the ,
The reception Ocala railed, School build. sent word to Professor Streater to J. D. Itaseelt and 11V. Browning trustee merchant were driven to their wits e.d and happy wedded existence, Mr Miller !
of the ne" be closed Wednesday, hasten on with his school, form the line *. to wait on the surging, crowding throng and MISM Burnett can truthfully emphatically #.
Ing will positively and march the Jnx'eKHion to the Kxposiioa MAYVILLE-H. H. Flanders, 15 pupil; that jammed tbf'PI'tlvCIIlnto the stores.! answer the query: lib mar-
the 10th ot April._,_ buildinsr. Tb was quickly I done Jas. A. Driggers trustee I The following schools have exhibits in rings allure enviable, that It is not, but a
Concert To-night. and as! the long procession wended their C'ArrtKT-Mrs. Colburt, 15 pupils; It. the school department : Ocala Graded grand) and IIUC fM.
the mesa of their brightest Coon and H. H. School
Acadf'mvco10rPd way to Savage trustees. Anthony (JralletlllCtlOol.Canller.! A ttudden
The pupil' of the Howard Johnson, "'Hiplve ( topes and keenest anticipations of allay LONG LA KK-Mrs. J. IJ. Cunningham, 20 Fairview, Orange Lake, Fantvllle, HeneI Mr. Deaths ,
'.\ under' Pror. W. of rare enjoyment. they presented a pupils.HLITCIITON. I dict.Grahamville. Fellowship Delleview, George It. Enslow accompanied) ..
th lr annua'' entrustaIhhhe| lIt-autifllll1hrh\ their neat, cheery and -Miss Robinson 7 pupils; Ocala music school, Howard! Academy by his. wife, attended the KiiMwitiun; Asacred
.J Marion: Opt'ra Houst'. bright holiday attire, their sweet<" morn J. M. Robinson and JJ.; Furguson true and )It.. Tabor. concert yesterday. afternoon and ,
wilt have a j.ood AuJit'nCf' SPace pre. jug faces vieiiig with the soft sunshine tees. Mrs. Col. Martin sent two beautiful while. silting down and listening to 'h.
our going the prohtremTO.Morrow -_ In brightness and sparkle. COTTON l'U'fT-Wrn. Cuthill\ 18 pupils; boquets to decorate the table in the music, fell over on hU wife' shoulder
vents I Arriving at the Kxp iilion the children Jan. Carter tiustee. school department when he was quickly removed to Dt-tec-
Night quickly spread themselves over the FORT MoCov-J. A. Aber, 20 pupils; Johnnie Allred, of the (primary depart. tire IthmW room ; Dr. Gary who wan ..
thoubt of it' The enter.thei liuilding and began that hasty but surprUinpIr D. C. tialbraith and O. Priest trustee merit hearing that the sixth grade wax the building, was hastily summoned,
have yoU tb Ol'l1la! sot I'lp. l correct inspection of exhibits, GRINER: "'AR.--Mim Ella/ Harwell 30 M carry the banner, asked If lie could4 but in a few minutes Mr. Enslow was. "
of, r' all k i n.I.DeJi .-. that after the show ia over is such a surpriMi pupils; 8. W. Stephens, J. II. I>*itner and not carry the Free lreu. lead.He.
,ant armor). and a drill|| for the PoI'- ant l wonder to their j>aler familial, K. H. Grace trnnteeH Two photographic views were taken of was a comparative stranger in our
htfl1l 1 nw gold' medal, .. sisters and brothers, that so qucikly CANHIKR-MiM Carrie lieed, 17 pupils; the Ocala Graded school aa the grades city, arriving here from Jacksonville
session of thencew. 11 tarl. Go.tainment '. I these persons! can see so much and see W. M. I le and J. .. Hall trustees were drawn UP In front of the school eral months ago and in the meanwhile
0 which Glover I.I.go it BO well, flitting as does the butterfJy INDIAN Mocmn-H. I). Seckinger, I 6 boitdlnrSpecial being absent moat of the time working
iO! F'1&ttt'rln I from flower flower, and almost quickas I pupils/ .; .E: McDonald, trustee. --- at other placeeat his trade, that of painting .

luAeuIptclou., thought; extracting the sweetness and liiiRRirANK Poem-Mrs. A. A. lions, 14 Meeting of City Council, and decorating.
Opened In honey from the flowers they scarcely ("lj,1-, ; J J. Miller, trustee. f 'fhe deeceased was a member of the
1'1&-1'1 The
rumberaandl joine<1 the tblll seem to touch.Professor HOMELAND' -Misa Sallie H. Hndgena, of the Ocala city council Grand Army of the Jtepublic and he,.
Quite I 5ttDO ra .h) and Streater, who made up and! .14 pnpiU; D M Itarco. J M Langley and are njue t.ed to meet in the ('Oun11tllamloer. longed Company JJ, 13 Regiment V-t- '
. book atnFrof. Warren 1 school Our had charge of the program called upon Theoplis William/ tronU-es. at 8 o'clock) sharp, to take eran Corps, Mass He wee about 40 !
morning _ill join tonight.I:! Mr Win. Fox, vice-President of the LAKE H.UNTIi. Hattie Hudgens, steps to properly receive Doctors Hamil >ear* of age. ci.j

man Y .more..nnlfl are ambitioUS and alive \0 Semi-Trophil" who in the absence of 'J: pupils, trustee, Joseph Btanaland.FAIIVIKW. and ton Dr.and Cheap, of Washington, Jj. C., H I r. Enalow learea a wife and dau h. ,J J
a young ,' Interl'flt.l.S. 1'resident Wilson acted as chairman, Prof. OeorltCeftevart,10 pupils Bruner, of Savannah} ia. who ler eight years .f age 'il
their own called the throng to order, and after a ; trustee, Colonel: Frank Hoes. are making a tour of the Slate at the request The funeral took place Ibis afternoon J""
Gave \ ,foneT. hand delightful piece of music by Colby's Exposition K"OBLOc-MrtI. Sue Frink. 12 papila; of the State legislature make from Mr. Ill)', Bl1IJOtk' cottage which "'1
tI"COnd" thorough ;
o to call It the Hotel, be- Band, which almost made the trustees. 'ewton Kncjblock, F. M. Town- cities and sanitary inspection of all the the family occupied. .
$epure JontuUII1' duct Mr. Fox in behalf of send towns in it. Stranger'
) /little ones
the I though' we are to tbe deno-
store o nJer a01tbinr You na7'farnln the, Etposittoa, management in a fewpertloen Socrii Lava WEIR, 6 pupils trustee, By order of the.. mayor late and U'eJTe? wife and daughter In
- tt bllf and words welcomed tbe school / Fo. proxV.CJTIIA THOU** P.. O'-Y. thell ,
: J new, nptdhurea and 10 Uncle William, ter, t t ol gloom and darkness, wcondolence
only childrentesxhera and truatMI of Marlon -MisM Julia Hampton and AlI' the ; estetud ou, e7Wpatl '.nd in '
the legal talent :
ef, the
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county'a schools to,.the Exposition and I' Rebecca Wartmann 27 papiU. wmIe represented lo'h the PewllatisutdneNf, and grief that has
uro, I tw grind display.; COTTAGE HiLL Mrs. E. JL, Raodall 15 lis the, morQ Dc. ., Puilc0,' (Wur cowq w....a.tlub'oyer their ltyea and

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OCALA FLA.: APRILS.TsSff.: Savannah .\IOMcing AV" of yesterday' : important bill that have l peen Introduced went, t" Iaflnn'.i pays representatives| in the I

L: -1: "A whirlwind' of fire--The loss of the in the 1 fjjislature;; I Florida\ legislature! : Marion -0._

P. E. hARRIS, Editor. might estimated) at $l,250fX)0-Horan's) A bill to lIP I> entitled an art making it 1)r. S. 11. itiitehnf mitr'htnn.whose: con-

More its' rrudle-Sternberg! liroughten Illegal to assign goods and merchandise | county. ill a Keprwentattve WHOLESALE
i street Kastfnno: !\ufTer-O.ld Fellows for which the assignor is indebted to any t.t'"tiull" ,,fhidutvHr1eainretaperform -
The Birmingham Age-JJeratSl thinks llallarmn-Matestrrtt swept through other creditor than to such creditor as '' it faithfully, might well
that the majority should rule in this to Wldtlaker-! leap l It to alltt't'plt'-In- said assignor in indebted for said good ken a- a model for the present, as -ANI)_ I

t country, and that the electoral college l la is dependent! Presbyterian church and and merchandise! as all future )generations of law.makt''t'

useless piece of machinery.A chattel loxt.-Hanlejr's Cupola !caught! a A bill to be entitled an act to (provide\ the extra .. "won he has i-omtituents from timeto Retail 1 Drags| I IALL

si>.tk that turned the whole building into > and kevping in condition the time addressed. hw

14-year-old Hungarian girl, who recently a furnace-thence the fire leajed; to pubic road and bridges and the lading throtiui- the local| press mentioninir IIO sKible 1.
landed at Castle Gardenand who the Guards armlJr. '.-NO building l left I on out and construction t of t the name and\the Mil-ieit of lejrUl.:+tion, and incitingeorresN.nllence -0-

had never seen a negro, was nearly Whilsker street frotn York to South; raising of revenue for that pur| frightened Into spasms by a colored hoot. llroad Kveryihmg; west of Dr. Hopps' A bill to entitled an act relating to I ,1i'idllnl11'8' th.-r.-on. The rt'onhIl: :

black who approached her and said on the north side of (Hull street consumed the duties of county com mission- of eminently @ali"fwIOfal. a!* thelarge p ink-. ()((.S, ST,1'CIONIIty, OILET
t something to her. She' should visit street half lo Dr. P.htch +exhibit, from
our <<)-York swept way several counties in thisbtatein referenceo ae of letter
Exposition next Saturdry. Hull-(Captain Flaimery burned out-the annual financial statements.A !. I all 'parts of hU c/mnty. and all elates of -,-ANI)-

county records nafe-wonderful, escape: hill to IK entitled an act in rela'ionto his constituency! amply; demonstrate.One FANCY ARTIC "

Dr. A. A. Stivender has (' established of the W llitl tht building.Over the redemption of real estate sold tinder of the most levelheaded and un

mill near Sumterville for sowing hardwoods "I' 'fifty buildings! some of them the execution: decree,-lrrortgage or deed 1 tiring worker in the Home Representative In Complete Stock I
L which will he used 1 for making city's proudest) structure, and more than of trust. Ua"kin, of Marion. IJuiet !and

furnitnre, box-Hidings, veneering, etc. I million and.I a quarter dollars worth of A bill to ho entitled act to make the ,1 IniflPIin\ demeanor, earnest and deliberate handle none-0--hot the finest braidof cUrtnHeidqu

The limes pays that it is a most' important property went up in smoke last,/ night" payment of the capitation .tax a pre-1 i in steech| and manner, and possessing We rtert for Wall Paper and Garden Seeds
enterprise Some of th, rolls for 1 for ; much exi-erience in parliatnentarv -
The lame journal proceeds : requisite! voting.A ) WRIGHT A FRAZ n,
vaneerinjc are on exhibition at the 8emi- I work he is justly recanted! by Ins
"The tire started. in a show window in bill to he entitled<< an act relating to
Tropical. safe and judicious h'auc SQl'U8 : s s
members !
as a
the of taxes by >er8ona holding
t, D. Unmans dry goods store No. 163 payment ] member. SjamS
John Field,-the -P Postmastor-General's H rough ton street. One of the clerks mortgage( or other liens! against real es adviser- and a most valuable the -- -- ---
He is destined' to be much more, a\
choice for postmaster of Philadelphia, stepped' into the window tolight the gas. tate.A in Florida[ develops. -
bill to be entitled act making history of legislation
was of ere f.1 a salary two vears of As he did so a gust: of wind blew the an appropriation THE LOST CHORD
$25,000$ to take charge of Wanarnaker's ago (lame against some light material. It ) for the purchase! furnishing -_ _ __ .
wholesale business. lie declined the of ignited! and In almost 1'IRAh' the window and repairing an Executive Mansion -Hotel Arrivals,
fer because he was in tlames. The window I pane A bill to be entitled an act to compelall .
did 1 not care to sink his OCALA Hot**, April 6,-John Rear-
personality In another man'A hnsinesa.t I wa broken in the effort to stop the fire.The railroad companies within this State Muhne-
t uon, Mr. and Mrs R. Chute. mid read this splendid, pirct.
wind fanned the Harriet' and carried to build and maintain suitable ware- |I city; B. sure
I mousse.Committees. I apolis! ; l\ B. Wilkinson. Minneapolis;
The attention of our municipal author them into the store. In a moment the have, been >ointed to I \V. Bowman, !st. Luis l ; MM. S R How ell!, WE ARE 'OE7S\
entire front of the store was ablaze. ap)
ities and members of the fire 'part Mrs. D IIl1a\\inil.'r. Miss Maud Hawui-
company investigate and condition
Is called to the There was a rush for the doors. Notlml' : report upon !Smith\ N. Y Chas! Each line will make your desire Increu*.
following from the Great of the lAnd office, treasurer's office er, Chicago; ; .
be lost but all of the t
to em-
1 A Falls (N. II.) Pru1''t: "A commnni- was and comptroller's office to visit the con I Wilson, Mrs. M I Carpenter, Mrs. C Raiding -
In ten minutes the ;
out. GOOD
ployes gut ISN'T THAT ?
ty that relies solely on a hydrant service tlames communicated.\ to the second vict camps;, the deaf and dumb and insane at. .\ulln 'inl'; Mrs. S B Johnson,
for protection against fire will Arcadia I IV D.ivis. city Walter Hawkins I
surely rue asyluinns, and I military institute, ; ;
d It story and then all hope of saving the New Goods of all descriptions are
day other how Cincinnati Mrs Lord Muiitamie.MoMKZL'MA
some or no mutter building, and reporPupon their management and I ; I ,.
good that service may be." In view of I needs. HOTEL. I-kldie: Walters,
i Later news !state that Savannah experienced
this fact special, care had better be givenour I another' fearful fire fright The more important committees have Eva: Waiters' Minnie Abslure, Lettie ;I Sateens of Every shale,

\ \ fire engine. Sunday night--just twenty-four hours been allowed the services! of a clerk. Becivwith Charles Beckwith George I IMcJajlieii. I

from the first fearful conflagration.Skionkoll's The names of the following 'persons Miles Knit: Mr. ant Mrs. !i J ust pouring ia our spacious store. I

The will of 1;. |n. Eaton, an eccentricman rl'Hidpnt'eForHyth and have been sent in to the Senate for eonGrtnation Penfield Mr. anti Mr. Beckwith, MM.! ] .

who ,1If'll" few days' a 1:0 at Fremont Gwinnette streets! op|>osilt> Forsyth : I Walters, Bias Emma I. Miller\ C. (i. BEAUTIFUL ZEPHYR CLOTHS.
Ird.. leaving 1,000 acres of land Park t..IIt'n8iollUII discovered" inflame W. II. Milton to !he State's Attorney. Urns nt hall1. Belle stroble I X"ra Stroble,

i' and' month other for the First circuit. Miss Stroble Xel I.- Mead, Orrie (lead
property provides' that *, Ten thousand citizens hurriedto I judicial I ( /\ I pretty as you ever saw.
his 'land shall divided' into lots of ten the lurid' scene, and only superhuman K C. Love, to be !State' Attorney for I Mable Mead' Frank Uelaud l, Jeflie He.I I

acres, and on each lot there is to 'lw efforts averted a total burning tip of the the second judicial Hrcnit : lout, Edgar: Relout: Rex Xickfls i<< Florence I Fine Table Linen Towels Etc.
erected a cottage. These cottages' are city. T. A. McDonnell to "e State's Altor I I Brookx! Mary Brooks, Emma MeKhen ,

Intended for homes of friendless'' women Insurance 'any'N loss in the tire is nev for the 8; venth circuit. ': (> /; Roy Smith, Carl Smith. Fred ,i
eonll Silks, China Silks and Surahs loo.
of good character over 3:{\ years of nge. I half a million. j i r.ur"ankrllnk Henrv. Ray Walters, !|, Moire\

The county commissioners' are named as The 'Independent dumb will bt if- Tno South a Ketelatlon.Kretlerick i nil of lielloview, Fla ; A S Peiry, lx>uiwImnr DAMASK TABLE CLOTHS DOYLERS '
trustees. The balance of Id! properly, built.i I. I N. C.; James Knapp. New York; C -

after the erection of the cottages, is to .he HI'IIUillIulll.fthl'' burnt! di-ltirt begun Taylor,banker of New fork, I I 'Thome, Waldo; I) E Wlieaton.! X Y; I mils Linen Lawns and Challies not a few.
held in trust for the support of the wo I today.No who accompanied Messrs.1 Cooper, Hewitt : B B Barry X. Y.; Miss Ferry, Iks\ille! ;
men. and Inman their recent '\outh : W B Hare Mr. H M Crtim Sumterville\
lives were lost. Two hundred on trii) ; Embroidery Lioen Plain an Stamped.
-- walls fell, hut none were caught under gives his Inpw"ion of that section to !I C II Bar!tow, Oran LaVe; O X Edwards ,

., The first assistant' master-General them.A the Manufacturer's Rrcord. Taylor states! Allen (Gibson irahamville.i I > ." **"'
the week that the South revelation I N ew shades! IQ Henriettas pretty slgtt to Bet. ?
during averaged 150 appointments jury came near !g.ving their verdictin was a to him. i i
a day of fonrth-class postmastersof allies. They had: been locked up in a "It seems! to me," says Taylor' "thatwe HICII. HAIC12 AND UACY. \
this' class. It will 1..* readily seen building standing directly in the path of traveled through a continuous and I --- Hamburg Embroidery and Fine; Lace, .

that at this rate the Democratic postmaster the ,le\'ouring tlames and the judge just unbroken strain of what has been aptly I.,1. It. Curry's Serlo Comic Letiifen R

of the fourth-class who is in ofllceiit got there in time to dismiss them on a termed the music of progress. The at the Exposition building on the night f\i each line of Dress foods the nicest they
the end of "six, months will be a curiosity. mistrial. O/worthe iurohu'aitlhe would whir of spindles, the boa of saws, the of the llth inst., at the request of the VJv [must: be.

These fourth-class Postmasters aro ap- burn, Ix'fore he would<<1 agree with roar of furnaces and the throb of loco Citrus county "pJp aUon.. l.aullh and' Ribbons all ShadesVlath
uointed largely at the dictation of ( on- the others. mot i vps." the world Laughs with von, Weep and ,

pressmen' who come in with 'long lists of - -- To the young men of the South, Tay you 'weep Alone." But go and. laugh, feel\
patrons who are to be satisfied. At The Flnley-l'KNco Matter 'for accords high praise for the work I merry, brighter, and happier, when you F(nest line of Ginghams that you,did ever nee,

present Mr. Payson, of Illinois Is' the which they are doing, and to "eager, !hear the brighter, better, beaming, side
champion, having presented' 175 names The Jacksonville Metrojolir says thatit earnest restless, driving E'ner"hii'll) I of IIl illJ.Hk'lIrl.l. represented [ .1 DIES' AND CHILnRRXS SHOES
'in one batch. has evidence iii its ;IIO Ph8iou that the seems to till them." I Citrus County Stnr please
"Finley-Pasco affair' ," (the latter gentleman "The South: says'" Taylor, "to my copy. rj h Just step In and try us; see If it will not

The TTmr Is receiving the pay that belonged to mind is only now on the threshold'of CI.OSIXG Ot'T
Levy county laboring
the former U. S.Senatorisnot!\ ) I' -ot'l GOODS ARE .
under a mistake. It sayn that Mr. | yet explained its IMKHII. It has every |IH)ssible advantage % FIRST QUALITY.jf -
George: waft promised if he would bring to many good men who have everything that God can xive. 'I'mNew I Stork Kale at J';. Hoot & Counpany'sStaples

3 his "triplets" to the Baby Show at the written to it on thpllhj"l.t.. South has been built up by the indomitable coed your executions on the spot.
\' that he would be given The Monticello Tribune,Senator Pasco's energy and by the hard, work I We will offer for sale for the next
Semi-Tropical .
:.. "special premium of INK." No such a home 'paper, writing! about the circti'nstanle of the Southerners themselves." And thirty days fifteen head( of good drivingand I Beautiful Figured Challics, 6c per Yard
I work
says he adds "to any man today of at much lean than their
was given, at least not by young
promise any It U Slat]
A matter worthy of mention that
and with the world before presentalue.. Do not HUM this i --I-II
grit, <<
one In authority. The Hhf'inaul'i"prize I tor l'alK'O wu a IIwlUl'r of the Florida -H"na'i pluck opiiortunity -
aresses" were the only premiums offered lure when flifUM to the t'nhc.l l Matei Senate, him and his! fortune to make, I houd to buy a good horse cheap. Our I -Also a fine line 01IGEN'rS' -
Baby Day. The ; of the and after br found he WM entitled to a Senator1 say 'K South young man, go South.'" terms are cash. E. ROOT \ Co. '
on managers troin the
beginning of the Congrowloual I CLOTHING
l tern : Livery Stables Ocala 'Fla.
Exposition have }paid promptly every he remitted every tent of hltlfKlblatlT I par d ,
to the Governor.The; Japr tw loiDelightful '
For Tux DANs.s.North
premium offered. fhe :9.75 given Mr. I I. I III. i --- __ I -1-
George was a voluntary contribution not 1 Mrtropoli i1 thinks that Senator
and Houth. !
'. Pasco should\<< have rt'mitt'llthe Excursions Daily Shoes, Hats and furnishing ;Goods
down the bills. We hope' the II. pay as a
put on i
Senator and retained<< the leg BY MK. "'II. ItI\C.AIIL. Silver Springs and Ooklawaha 1 1steamer
Tlmt will correct the error it has fallen pay all a River I ail
into as it does the managers of our Exposition I islator, as the latter was for services fully The north wind roared and thrlt-ke amain. Eureka, Captain Coons, I VKUV LOW PRICES. !
rendered' l before he became a member of lake a giant tninicluiK: In itrribl pain for Grahamville after the arrival of the
injustice.The I the United) States Senate Had he Ho ho called he. to the weMtrn gale morning; train from Ocala and returning I ,
Join forces with me to the uuthUud nail BENJAMIN
done that and ,permitted General Finley in lime for juuhcinjers to connect with & FOX.
Orlando Sftitinel of April 3rJ, has :. to draw the Senatorial pay, to which office Well show our power in King Sol's doiualii evening, train for Ocala ; 20 miles-fare I t
these kind and pleasant words of tit: he had een appointed Governor iHjvuUte: his kingdom with wind and rain from Ocala and return, il.50. l3feb2m
"We welcoma to our exahangn list the I by Our forces united, who can rental?
Perry, he would have been spared a Old Sol w" will\ down la an ocean of mist. house- SXOWDEN & MCFARLANE.JD1AL1M
bright and newsy Ocala DAILY HANNKR, great deal of unpleasant Boarding to Rent at Crystal
tKJited by our esteemed friends, Messrs.I General Finley comment. At the May grew long, to the air grew mild, River I IN- i
F. E. Harris and C. I* I1Itlln t'r. The I an we have before The giant; waxed feeble, then weak as a child ; A large and commodious
stated has boarding
since ALL
received the t>ay to His milt WM sb'orbed In an ocean of blue, house KINDS OF FURNITURE
been of Flori with
BANNER always one servants'! house
which he life stables
was entitle! by a special resolution Then fell on the flowers in giving w.
da's ablest and most progressive papers' of Congress.Vtny yard, etc., to rent on easy terms Address, .
y and the daily bids fair to keep the past The sun gleaming through the rose tinted dawn ?IRI!. MARY WILLIAMS' I.
standard of the weekly." We cancheerfully found his C3lors reflected from a (gem spangled tn29dlt w3t
high the Recent Crystal River Fla.
cola' Snap. lawn lNrn IMSFECTIOH TUKIH
or Causes
and truthfully return the compliment A murmur ante from bud and from spray.
in saying that in general makeup il Telegraphic aihices in to-day's hone"- llo*. refreshing the north wind greets: us today Y", Thafi. what I Said STOCK AND Low Paicn. *_..
editorial" and IWon account for the chilly air of yesterday I have several lroll
selection' of matter very fine Villa
O. wonderful life breath,
content the Sentinel admirably din- I night. Norfolk, Virginia, power wing lemon buds for sale at H
local visited life out of what I bo per thousand,
plays the genius and talent of Its bright was by a ""orm Saturday which Thus mourned the gtani' I yield to thy smiles, besides some varieties of oranges cheabhattiuL :' i
and sparkling young editor and proprietor changed wan from at the noon northeast to a cyclone. The storm And retreat while I may to my northern wild. Budding a specialty:, the best of refer.ences I : ; ::THE REDUCTIONS

i L. C. Vaughn. of fifty miles an hour and blowing raised a pale the lie this err our friend weapon dark to malice win or to defeat cheat.When ,. given on application.E. I :.-.-.......................................--...-; -
Turn foe into :. 1). COATES .... ... .
An ActreM Act In Heal Id re. tide eighteen inches higher than ever a bean full of kindness smiles I through the r.aprt wl Stanton I -- ...
Fla I
before recorded The lower eye
portion of )
The clerk of a Memphis hotel sometime the citv was flooded, by n tidal wave and' Anger Is vanished, malignity- dies.- .-s-lleliaruhm- --- -the- I' / OP STOCK T.-.l i

h Fanny ago Davenport stole some, the lie from was to Mood heighten a fire broke the terrors out with of the disastrous storm and results The Manner Heats the Ilecord. rough Cure preparation for Consumption the U Rapid the Oxygen best- .........................:.........................;._......""'-;-. .

and sentenced to a term of six We have a compositor who sets type on market. Sam .
convicted causing a loss of 150.000.. At Portsmouth pie bottles 10
cents! MEANS *
regular\ size GOOJDS"AT"* *L
of his
A short rapidly that the friction movements cents
year* in the tate penitentiary. the storm sunk the warship Pen- so Palace 1 Drug Store has it.
emblems in his 30mh d4t *
the actress interested" herselfIn Bacola. The fuse the leaden w4 AND BELOW COST.
tine ago behalf, and secured his parlonfrom storm was general through; stick' making them solid, like an electrotype For sale gentleman ..-.---...............................-.....-.
I his out Virginia and the worst of the season! by a who Is leav. .... -
r the Governor, after having served the snow covering the earth and reachIng plate. The only way to prevent ing this country five fully -.I"----r--
'e two years of his term. After his release as far south aa U sleigh, S. C. this' is to have his case submerged in shares !in the Honda Produce P-WUP I
the young man called on her to thank water, and the rapidity of his movements tincturing Company, Leesburg. 'Address Manu : o-e : -

her for her efforts in his behalf, and she Dangerous Plaything. keeps| the water boiling and bubling so the secretary' at l .e burg. i \ :

gave him $200 with which to begin life Yesterday! moraine as Claude and that eggs have been frequently boiled in I&rrhlS4t. ..-..-;..............-.......-...-.....---;-
lead from the
anew. The actress has rendered many Walter the space box. Pipes ----- -" -- -do-
.IunJen were playing' ; wflh guns/: boiler in the Teams TIIF: .
of his to a "
acts but none more generous bottom case pressroom an Ir". PLACE
pleasing not thinking them loaded ,
Walter .. ... .. ..
snap.peel generated the H. --- -- -
anti the steam by S. -
than this Marvin -- -
and noble one. the rigger of his gun, which exploded runs the hu the of Martin Station, who ...-..-....... ... ... --:
fast compositor power press. contract to ---
1 the bird shot
supply rock :
striking! the barrel' for St.I I
tfmrclentlno; and Unforgiving. of Claude's One day this young man set so mu h Johns,jetties, wants a number
gun glancing: oil and of
pni hands from editorto teams .
that it took to haul
The Philadelphia T net says : "Fifty : handiand cheeks and making type I same. Apply It Marti Station ,
Martin them deed devil two weeks to read the proof, 5&pr dlOt w4t \ -w-f
ago the daughter of James ,
years and it wasn't his Rood day for setting I -
a well-to-do farmer purchased an eipen either. His name 1. Frederick It A comfortable well ... .
Allen type kept hotel that -- .. .. "
and sheer Thornedike -
t. save dress against\ his wishes, lllce, nominated: for Cirduer Smith Alphuuao Har Uiargee 'UUbl "' :
Thouuta teasuugblr
( >t him a comic valentine representing minister to Russia, ia one of the richest Uarnett house. rates, LI the
a miser lie never spoke to her since. writers in the United States, la handsome rison. conducted Ly Mr.Savannah M. Ga., so long M iFISHB'gslLMHMHHHHMMWMBgg: : '
1.. "
r Last week he died and left 115.000 to and a bachelor, and only 33, Had The First National Bank of Ocala willpay York N'or/d. UArnett. -.vtW |

each of his children but this daughter,to a stable of fast horses! a yacht, a New, all school warrants properly en. mar Ute I gjgBJSJSJBVMUT1U..

wbon/be left a sealed envelope, which, York mansion and a cottage rt Tuxedo i tior ed. M. L PAYNE, $1000 to loan on first class e

when opened, had her old valentine inside. park lie t is editor of the Worth American County Supt. Public Instructions. Ocala property' at ten per cent Apply gcourlty bT;
Rentv4 letter to ")1."
8pr2tL this otnce. 5apr2t :i

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This w,JJ!/bean) Exposition or Pomological. Horticultural and Agricultural product of Florida, and her soils, timbers'woixla, minerals and live stock, and in addition articles % ;*
t and product pneral ink-rf-t t from all Statos and countries. Entry is open to the world for the display of its product*. No charge for entries nor : spaco for the products or i
manufacture of Florida.
The luted Mates: Experimental Nation for improvement and development of products indigenous to this! section has been located contiguous! to our exposition\ ground
J \VfiBvif exhibit-of) all inscription-" *, particularly those pertaining to the arts, mechanics and'agriculture: guaranteeing uniform courtesy to all exhibitors. hr

CASH PREMIUM LIST, $3,500. : ,

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GEO. II'. WILSON.\\ rft' idt'nt. WM. FOX, First Vico-Presideut. DR.II.| KNIGHT I Second Vice-President

ed ,, C. V CUMPBELL *IL Uennal: Manager, .... G. S. MAYO, Treasurer. J.;O. GLAUKU, hoerelarp

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II ce,'efh,, I fiR FirsiOF-- OCAi-A.National- Ba.nk. I TIle 1 MCl1cllants'' National o Ban Ic IcEOF { A Anti Monopoly-TIIK- Drug .

e. Florida.
'8 Ocala = OCAI.A;== -ANp-

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1 :." -..,.-'" =..rt:w::.:..=....-.....-.. SUCCESSORS TO THE: BANK OF OCALA.S5OOOO.OO. No Second PlaceIN

; Authorized Capital CAPITAL STOCK -
Paid Op Ctpil
$150,000. C011PItlT1; NI SS OF STOCK

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Quality of Goods and Low Prices.
Jt. ,rrt' OFFICKHHE. : I
JNO. F. DUNS J'rt8idN.
t* P. DIBMI'KKH, r\re-l\rndent.
R. B McCoNMEi.L, usher


Y ccrTl'EE.: O.AsrSTJBPLUS : fifing now rtlallithed in our new and tzgantlad building. v*art prepared to guarantee -< &ed lleat. door to KIn:Ktlonl 8.k.)
A. : laI fad on to all. Im ll-m
General Banking lutiruu trantacttd. J-lzchanyf bought and told. '
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State owned th.Otte -: BOARD OF DIRECTORS
t In the by :--
-, be.. t'q1l1rpe' "ktnt Sections on all accessible pofnU. ,
oll theln aMhti"for consistent with sale -
W( favor to oar customers
bank. \Ve!tre: i everrnURtril,' and careful attention to aU business entrusted to us
We will er9J{ p'rompt all business In our tine andWe
oa n inA'andsha h'e aANK ACCOUNT and JNO. F. DUNN, E. P. DI8MUKE8, ,
so.nt; r. satfsractlomguarantee HARVEY: KNIGHT, WM. ANDERKON,

Tr. der4 >aiImporters ttttl Bank, New York, N Y.; S SasliDoorsBIiudg,D B s

of Georgia Savannah.
onthem m all important cities in the Wait.Specill : -AT- ,
rreIlOnJent. "
)t tI ti> 1 1decY
UiJ National Park Dank of New York Mavenet Aatvmat Dank of Doiton
A. E. .
National Dank of fiavannah Oeory a.nw16M DEL OUST. iitmna
Louisville Danhng Company, Louisville, JTy .
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\ Jewelry Store -Drug Line-
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,', ...-. ............ ........................-.....................-...-- Shines replete with everything in -
oftheCity. ; his line. Call and examine
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2fhe .. .. .... ...._. for yourself. THE PLACE TO FIND THEM PIANOSAND
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Muclca Instruments
I.IM1' oI.11>>tu. t)Jrl4 mo'j+ 11I-P''' :fe.elt (fir Ca, Specialty.! ,

ti/ :.1fl'1 roes. J1 95,s. A'h brief Mew s*tIftfE JtiraiNlra Oouanteed.AU Work on rn*U of Cloeki sad W4ieb -tiYssrr 8101 8QoU&- MusIcal! -Instrn i18nt8' I'I IOClLA.

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Subscrlptton Rat.--:
Per UtD, 14 00. .
r Six Months 2 A iHitj4k I I
Three Monthi, 1 2ft. .
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Advertising llatct.

SO. Lake W ir Fla.
BfT II yr.. a m. 18 m. (II m.l lot I Iona ,
t100'jj5: iTJ7 ;po to 100ti
? 175 100 110 JIJ 110 500 160 ,
2Se 100 60 80 1000 :250 110 Sixteen miles sout or Ocala; on
IDCbu 60 80 IS 7 00 I 75 75 wholeof
1Inch' 8020 12 150 125 eo high bluff overlook g the
"Beautifu1 T ke elf,
Locate 10 ten tI per line.

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alt farther information apply at office or HCK MEETS A L TRAINSFine
.; I
Business Boating, Sai >, Gunning
, Manager
and Fis g.

Thin evening To-Nljjht.there will be tendered to ...- Transient Rates $2,0 to $$3.00 per

Ueo. W. Wilson, President of the Semi- Day Weekly Rate ':$$10.00 and

Tropical concert in Exposition honor( of the a faithful complimentary, zealous Upwards accord! to loca- f

\ and efficient manner in which he has lion of POtAlL
discharged the affairs of his high office, )
wirhout money without price or with D Address. 11;,
out hope of reward, except M it may redound H. J. R &; BURG, M

tothe/general material, good of 1 Y, Manager
r the State, county and city of' Ocala. Late of Park Avenue Hotel, Hew York, and< (,'111-
Such unselfish ton House,Niagara Falls. '
and deserves
patriotic acts l !

trust grateful the people recognition of Ocala from who us have and been we : a'D Open All YfJarIt t
; i
10 largely benefited by the Exposition P ; -
and the self-sacrificing labors of his. able a .)
confreers, will not be slow or backwardin WEIEW
demonstrating( that they possess appreciation
and know how to show it by
their presence at the Exposition: build

ing to-night. D -LEADS IN
/ Let a procession a mile long go out in Ez
response to the call and give Mr. Wilson t ,
such a send off, that his blissful relations
which be will assume on the 10th by his atcll l oc {JwelryLINE r rI

marriage with one of Jacksonville's fair ;
daughters and his trip to Paris, where I
x he goes as one of Florida's commissioners .

to the Paris Woi Id's position, may
be a tour of continued joy and happiness' I

and pleasant memories, that the work ....
grandly performed: for his State and o --0-1'
county, has been duly appreciated and I'
honored by his fellow-citizens.r Repairing
a Specialty.
Don't Forget.

, Mr. Wilcox will begin his lecture tonight --0--

on "Evolution," as it relates to thegeology LOCATED( ox WEST SID*or SQUAlI-)
r of Florida, at the Exposition
building at 7:30: p. m., standard timeand vo 1mJ 41't }

. : will not speak over forty minutes. Attend ,
, < it is full of interest to every one.

. '. Mr. Wilcox has spent thirteen winters LAND
x' in Florida and has given its history, its -.. TITIES- 1
geological formation, its animals. now ex-
tinct, its mound builder and other early -
race, and everthing connected with its "
study than other t fK" .J' BEACON & A. AMs
history more l : i
; any per ( i : :: jHIUUUFF'S ; .
j. t .
son in the United States, and his lecture AKJTBACT COK.c:
,w will be one of vast I importance and a < Mare
rich fund of 'Information to all who are 1

: interested in the past, present and future IS 1UE PLACE 10 GET 11
history of Florida. TJUnci6Ornci Yt
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),. Miss. Emma Thursday, the great operatic -1-t .

f4; star, sings in Jacksonville tomorrow : : 'OC'j p
te night,. gOtea
..1 r- mt
, Fount. SALE. "1e5
: A man's hat and a net !pair of baby '-- ..a
Uppers, found ,by Mrs.! rank Lyons.
. of the circuit court In and lor Marlon
, Pay for- this notice and. get'gootll. at county, Florida, bearing the date of Marcb Jlst, E. B.
DANNER'office. 2t. A. I)., lee, wherNu'F. J. MYER8 and O. A. I' lq.HARQjN '
DWKLLKYpartners fining) business In the firm '
I name of MVKR.S A l DVVKLLKY, are pUlntifll, -THE--._ r li
Notice to Ocala Tax Payers. and WILUAM E, MttAllAiAN.) ndtnluUratnrof
I am ready to collect city taxes for 1888. the estate, of A. K. WHITE, deceased, U defendant Leading Hotel of the. City Finest Livery in tht
FRANK foADSON I haveleTled upon and will sell at public ,
outcry to the highest, bidder for cash at the
r 3apr dlw w4t City Tax Collector. court house door In Orals Marlon county: Florida -0LEADING -
Magnolia Nart ery. jfo.v/u )', MA }' era, 989, -AND- 8&LES'fnlJj!
duilnc I the legal hours for ale,the following I parcels 1
The finest and best variety of orange of lands and their appertenanoee, in Marion

trees for the least money, to be had of of county northeast aforesaid quarter tow of It section: The twenty southeast: -sev.n quarter(27)) UNSURPASSED IN APPOINTMENTS TO ANY IN THE STATE! w.....
J, VV. A F. D. WAIT,, township slzt!: en, ((16)) south of range twent -two 't
Z wSfebtd. Belleview, Fla. ((22))east,and the southwest quarter of northwestquarter GEORGE McKAY,
and the esat half of northwest quarter "
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ices: twenty (CM) acres on eat side of section -1-I ARCHITECT AND
Ocala Plum-
R. E. YONQE A C)., The I
twenty-all (CM),of township sixteen (16, south of BUS l
bers. Call and examine their fine stock rang twenty-two (?')east,contairlnf In all one ,
and fret good work at reasonable prices hundred and forty acres. Bald property: being DEMONS AND ESTIMAT:
a. dSldeclmrnni sold to satisfy said execution and coots. April: Repainted Inside ,and Out'! -Furnished
la$9. E. T. W1LUAIU.Sheriff.Jis. 011Io'AppUeatO'I !
D. McCoNNELt., AU', for Pl'ff. 3AprMASTEn'1t "
I4 O8. P. GARY, M. D. -ANIREFIMED -: ,

1 SALE.UNUER OntCa-RxztogrCx I'I ,Oraig a

.1'IICU" AND luaetox. OCALA. .
foreclosure rendered by lion. J J. Kinley THOROUGHLY WITH ELEGAN1 FURNITURE
Rooms, A Block, OCALA.
; Agnew Clary's of
Judge the Circuit Court,In and for Marioncounty
Tw ntyevett :rear'* experience In Florida Florida, on the itfth day of March, A. I> ,
) -- diJanW,wlanlO.Stty( ., lest Inacause wherein CLARA B. WALLACE,
:, are compl&J .jits. and U ICO. II. DAVIS, f.eL I. J. BROKAWTHEkfVEION i
are defendants In which dvcrt-e 1 I

-..... ...... ....Dentistry.,.. .......... ............................ ....... outcry polntedspecial at the court Master house will door offer in for Ocala sale, at Florida u'f -.,
to the highest bidder for cash,

) the following described property U>wlt: One 1
Dentists. saw mill complete; one boiler, one engine and SEBYMAiqorraa
two circular\ mill saws now loesiedand operatingat
., ,r MXRCnANTB NATIONAL! BANK BUILDING Rock Brings. Marion county, Fla. Bold to -'I i .. G..
f satisfy said final decree. I
Jno. O. RKARDON, bpeclal, Mauler.
.All branches of dentistry. Teeth filled and Complainants 8ol'r prll30d olr NUf18ERY' 8tO
inieormJ. Root crowned with porcelain or gold FOB TOM ArrLT TO : : : : : GEO. D. DUY, MAIU.... Y(11
c Wth. T ArttflpJa;ISIS atom eoe tooth to a full set.r VINES A 8P01AUTT
Btrtotly aes dentistry at moderate prices. M IBTKU'8 MALL OCALA, .PLOUIDA: _
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rendered the lion. - = == = .' '. :
L Do rtTuxa. U..ft cuter : by Kinley p n .:
01'Ff '
Judge of the Fifth Circuit Court fo/ :
FUL1RRr3 CIft1CE, Marion county,on tbs 4th day ol ApriL ItI/I9.ln
t Dxvrr 'l1. the cause wherein TALHOTTA 8ON8 are complalnanls -HAMETT HOUSE: :: Millinery Millinery !1 ..
and BENJAMIN K. EARLY. Is the defendant -U ERE I &_ ,
wherein I wan appointed special master, l 0

OoldpUtee.Special attentiondr and all dret-class ne Crown operation Bridgework pertain, lic I bare Ivvledipoa l I and will offer for isle at pub ,-1- ......... ...........................-... .,.... .. ..... i
outcry > fgrw the
How ia I
Covert doors; Ocala,
Dental Art. Qas administered tor tb.Ju&r..UO. ,,,
lac to Fla., on the i r Our Milliner U at home again sasssiittSSWEsFIXRIDA 'I

sa7np.rt Shona 11aak Baildlng. .f !teeth' ,. Onjce". :OeUtfBIOS In- First Ifll D.U.OF Jf..& Y. ISS3, _LEADING POPULAR HOTEL OF- I ....... ..........._.... ..,...................................._:! .... ..
to the highest bidder for the described :
cash following ,
proi acres of land, more or -1- i j JUST FROM THE NORTH j p

FOB OCALA HIGH 8CCUOOLJJU1LDI0 less cleared andyfenced.with house, well of water SAVANNAH . GEORGIA. !: ---.J-..,.. .............................. !. CURIOSITIES, ,JAN
and orange tree nursery on same ,situated In section With Full and

,e-' ........oTvKN. three In township northwent thirteen quarter,south of the, range nortbweatquarter 'weo.'y.o -I-(II ...._......_..-,....._-.......-.-_-._.-Complete......_-..-...-..Stock..-..-...of..............-.. D BTkT, pN 6 '1
i/iTCCIMI HEREBY THATBKAI.ED east commencing at post corner of said ,
bids forerectlni t Ocala nllb t Hohool Build ectiononv hundred and sixty yards east of the FINE MILLINERY -i li|
11N be receUed .Trustees of the Ocala railroad thence two hundred and six 1 'rii''Aii ii : .
will yards I i
T D :81[
A I1I&'b School until April K-1M9. Plans and south, thence east along the railroad to post -iL ...--....--.-............ :- '''T o--Everythin.:: rynt Cjar--o '-- OFFICESVPP4IJI A? w4] Tiii
now ready at tbe office .f T. I.nook. thenc west two hundred and.thirty-tight,:yards i p pR :
.uehtteet. The trustees reserve the rho to line of Matof .... '.;Usroce nonk to place
v p1eN of...jfJCt. [au.t all bits. ..n4'for fattW. of eommeDclnr two hundred and siity }azd& o oGOODS GUARANTEED. 7tilhLl,.,,,,, ga 1tl
to ara'tfaH.; ao. .be Bald tract of land being northwest quarter of Artesian Well w....,. Street Can to all DepMI.1 .
at : S. tu&8eK)''L northwest quart/of northwest quarter of section : LAT
7ro.tSea beat l&Ulab three towushtp thirteen south.,
ulna range twenty. -1- Hood
L; & =
Ttn bide two.e* t being situated In Martin Bounty Florida = =Kay.Jr -
riJr: .... Yijund.d W, April ; {bald property to be sold to satisfy said d*+ RATES REDUCED TO Ii PER,pAY

u.. I-J 1 seek II, 11,11..4 l' wit OIM.J.O. UURDON,Com.Sol F,1. KOBKRTSON.Special Master. Tmhtt Mead's *aal, >

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