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 15, 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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j 1 LdRlb s y .NML .IA7) SESflTKOrrrAL EXPOSITION Sun day In Ornla.Owing i CITY & COU'CyDIRECTORY

'I to the presence in our city o I

hi the St. Johns l'rt'sb'It'r'ho ht'ld thc "

meeting last week in the Prebyleriar! CITY OFFICERS,

church,and the Kight Kev. Bishop W t't'll.' Naror-l. Tba P..Gary
4 .r Clerk-*. A. Itullwk.Mankall'
,' of Florida, on his annual visit to receive xpiosi'Titht % t: KalU
and confirm new members to Grace Collertorr.POadM.u.iiD. .
; ....... E. McUer.
Episcopal Church, the day was one of Tf'f'uu"r-R. R.uowdeD.

I r_ more than ordinary interest and import. city A&\omt'J-o&11 T.U reen.,

! mice" to t the\ religious! and church-going 'n..htnt or t' uncn-Jno'D\lV It Du'.n\\It :, '. Axcuw,

community, and so attested by heir J.MoAnS T Lan'uwr or John A. Rowell, I I. Rasa j.G.
and \V. G.
iNi presence at all the churches notwithstanding 'unuth, it. W.I.h&ndWf'I.Ift1)'KU: ; MIL.
I 16 i the threatening cloud that attaU.
Iw\'t'rt'llo\.er the city at *hunh going ) 01" hied arti --- tMmtary .peetor-W.OFFICERS.

i r time and the copious showers that; t aftwr* COUNTY

wards descended. earl fwlied the annoying County Judas-LIebaM I Ml'OJD6Lbr.
wa rtoncla of du. that the stiff wind 'oumy Clerk-l. A. Miller.
} : l of i \ ( T f Shari -B. T, Wllllama.Aa .
the morning sent scurrying over the I wor J: Mathew
1 town. t I \\\M ;-jtr. w artmann,Cltra.

He,'. J. W, Shearer Ot''upit.tbt'\ I pulpitof A.t i | 1/ i 1 / t-iiwrtnt Treasurer-s.| n;>l.iil R.of rjl Public* IntructtoubLCL.Payhe : .

PreMivterian church and delivered U ; / t Klemlnuton.
I a very alify conceived sermon in connection ttntnly nmmlllllonl"fII-h." \'to tong..pWWU.

t: with the administering of the Trdntham llamwm. M.II.liou, 1.1.

Ixml's Supper. Prior to the .sermon The )UntYl'ommlltll\onth\ meet the flmr.MODI111n *

Ker. Dr. Gotwald, the 1'a.1tor read a evwy, ,month. *,

OPENED T 0<.:.t1..1, II I.. J.I.\T th l' ';!Ith. I.-s.q. riquest' from Mrs Van Pelt who Will 3T 1889 M>'.s hail Mowr Hoard-P A. H.,.rlii K. Hands 1'. L.IL 1'urtao;T. Wartmann,

--- ----- -- then l King at her home at death's door School IhMird meets flrat Monday in every montn

They Serenade the Cli'e" anilKerbolv asking the prayers of her COUNTY OFHEALTlOPrriUlent : ';
-BUDGET OF HOME NEWS 01 hf'rl t ( 04t'M will, not hers IK- done. Dr.G. BOARD : wvrre'tarywCapt.
also with touching tenderness anllIpt.p -Dr. T. P.Gary .
whonmifs, in contact with I. II. Kiuhardwtn.lornin "
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aSRaty )'dlu.r.J our .."tinult,1.chit'f anil learns to know iwthoH, referred to the death) ofMrs \ A.Smith!! Anthony, Mewri.M .
Qtl31TTI sud11
,1 I ( B F. Lyons, which) occurred last! M II. Irrln. t
I the admirable qmlitiea of bin head and Saturday. Kev. Shearer, ",.- beginning *, timlHM'B.JwootN: IU,1l1li\'l\
Yn on't ye call on "Y" the |e\veer.) hurt (Alls in love with him and this i lethe his roducttt. No charge for entries nor OP TRADE.
discourse, thanked) the .
dSfeljtd members 1'l1'tolt'-lIt.-J.l F. Puon.
r feeling, of Profwwor Colby and the : -
;. of the church and the people of Vice ll>..IJ..nt-B. A. "tathen.
I' thin master members his unequalled band, and- to I Ocala for courtesies contiguous;; "1''n'llu-Wan. .01.
JOlt c,, cnn and kindnesses' section has been located !
donble entrY libolkeyou. Enter to. how their appreciation of the many tendered the meI111.r.. of the ikwni of(iof riioi>-,\. P. Mao, Jr. C.IRh,lnnir -
complimentary! words the littledai'.y! has Presbytery re, guaranteeing uniform l'UIU'h'l'4In Jno. K Diitin, J. II. UTinnton, U. ;A.
: night. en of. them and\ the delightful music during their stay In the ritv. The singing t esthete, \\iu. Fox and B. W, Uoooy

The co t" mo9rntic Executivecommittee they have given i us during their stay in was of very Mr fine Pike, though the choir composed BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIA..
and MossrnCleary ,
w y m session in Agnew'8.HaU in the city, tendered Mr.J-'raiik E. Harris and t. TION.
fits Mrs. I M.
Mclntyre, ; 1
t. to-d ay./7 a serenade last Saturday night, which and Mies i Thayer, Mrs. Douglas ITchelberger .500. !l'rI"\"II&-O n. Wllm r.
: ;; came down upon him with such a surprise Vice l'n1Illf'n&-Ed. IxlouetLH
high !'-.Y. E. G. Weed, Episcopal as well as the congregation,
that when he at the ictarr and Trtiumrer.-Louti Fox.
of the appeared lid' iquitous' of thn Senu-l ,.
t missed 1 the
Blab of riorida, w/ a guest sweet voice of Mrs Van Pelt. Ikmrl nl lrvctnrJ.. T. Lancaater. laaao BUt.hiMii
O fines darini-Sft late official visitW7''Iton'tforgt front door of his elegant borne to take in The ; and Methodist churches ">n hand, and as Ire ever dots proud the ,, I Hro h. M. Flund.. A. E.Ovlouett, H. D.

;., u ett1 the situation and t the band"he only had whose Hartir\t were .filled with Presbyterian black haired mail utte of the l'Xl'IU"Ion. ZachaMai and K. A. Durfur&OCALA t .
words to 18"I thank you and with a\ which more potent than
divines were well attended while proves RIFLES.
Phar-aletkal: look that Uncle Jim Clark who headed headed
the ball the red one who invariably
the church owing to confirmation .gets
Episcopal : .
Captnlntiro A.
the Ocala House. the.t1t'It'lation. read the meaning of in all the credit.Tlio .
*'yto-morrownifhtat, ; services and the presence of the First I U-ulciianl-K.{. B McConncU.
i ; All are ,invited. Professor Colby's or "tbe wjnk of an eve. said this way eloquent Bishop 't"ell"lrt"w audience --- t-rroiid IJtulenaut. R.WUUam.
lead the musical 1into Mr. Program Ileiidrred al Mrs.Anklo Furry' Meinlr.
cbeetramlappl the music. boys' ('r that /
/t ,, ) made standing room desirable) for
41 ''arris' dining room" ranged 1 tht'mME'h i I' rker'. Kiilrriahiineut. FIRE COMPANY
.. ---,-- the throng who pressed into its doors ,
1 vV MJsa May Yonge,daughter of Chandler around the table, disappeared for a iu> both morning and evening The The following interfhlinn' prograin was ('hlt"T.. l).<'.,.tr.

fr Yongs, who haa ,been spending several ment, (then reappeared and hadrotfee. fo' and pillars of the church posts executed b) Mr. Ankle Parker's pupils! loreman-Maurice. Itbelnauer
were ornamented First
anxUUnt UMIU Volk. a
fy years in Mississippi, returned home last tne ('rp1thouilh its complexion was amore with palms' in commemoration last }'riday) night, and our columns Second assistantW..a. UanhalL,

.' Thursday to the great delight and joy of delicate amber tint, than the article of Palm Sunday( while the profusion of were HO crowded! last !Saturday" that" it M..rol.U' II. MallelU
brewed from the Java berry.A flowers was iuiiott ihle for us to publish' name : T\IIfllt.lhelllt'll1t"I'I.'
/her pareats.Miss on the alter delighted\ all "
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few of pleasant social
moments con- Mimic-"Kielh
In the the HOOK AND ..
evening learneddistinguished Ella"yntutei.oIuarnmenta LADDER-COMPANY
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of Oaklawn. daujhter of music and 1 I, *
( Proctor, were, some more delightful and eloouent bishop from the .

.; the late lamented, Professor Proctor, Professor Colby and his band qllit'tlytllt'11 words. of) St, Paul, "Herod spoke! Agrippa, thou WeleolnebyW'lllto Oary- ,I .' Mayor Fureuau-11Ike l'rrddeut-.Abram( ,Kent Calmer,
in Sunday and attend out went to the Ocala Hon-m, tendered .lw'.il:.
was the'city over almost penmadest me to be a Christian." otik ala. An appropriate> | si-o'h! ilvllT- 4lhl"ta"tWrll. Klvbanlaoa.
ed the confirmation services at the Epis a musical compliment to President erl'4l. Twenty IIIt' l""rll. ,
Wilson the and delighted and deeply! touched) the InNtrumental duett-1'IIMillllt.!* diary and Edwardi. -
Geo and bride, and lion JF. TULULA
copal church yesterday.You LODGE NO. aa, I.
minds and hearts of his audience by the O. 0. F.
Dunn, thence Jo the Chicago! restaurant Address t> Iho Chairman James riltmanAddrcw
ask:,' how I can give a course in where after inspiring the host\ and I clear cut and expietwive words |Its uttered by y the secretary, Mr* Gtnnryitly'oriPal [Mctti every Tuesday! tenlni 1 i
'" in so short a time i-itnply his I detecting. the condition_ of the world skenb of International; 1 AiiMK-Iatldiii I 'i W.II. Clmllle' \ N. H.
bockkeeping. lady, with only such' liquid' cords of
a" it related to Mimln 11 M. I'lilllliM, Secretary.
teach mercantile book- Christianity, and\ the difference _
because only harmony as Colby's: band discourses, f in the Trio All vlnltliiK brottirnoordlallr: invliad. 1
acts characteristic
keeping. Enter at\ Ont' .: course they were invite I in to partake of a and Address by Mini Potts on luodvru muiio-LJt/l, "
only tf. Satisfaction guaranteed. generous spread' to which ample justicewas qualities required for |*rmnn. to tAke hi r I Meal.Mimic OCALA C1IAPTKK NO. 13, R, A. M!

---- -- done. their stand on the side of the dod. and hJ' Liszt -MlM Illll tk-ala Chapter, No n, It A.
Jacksonville and humanity and those who confess Address 'ty MM| > lllll-\Vium I taken M theM ant YCorro.ti001
W. II. Lightstone of Itjas a lovely evening and all enjoyed that hlKht-cl' standard of musical excellence. Monday niKtitlii every inonth
representing the II. G. C. Chemical Co., the music. U'l'yare' almost Christians yet lacking Miarim favored tliu old master,. uppaed the J. H. V.un, II, W"1.01111. IL P,
of that place made us a pleasant business i. (the moral courage to become one in acts use of the |>edal and the I: tree arm movrtncut Secretary.PRESBYTERIAN '.
and stieech. Address by Miss KdwardiMiilwliy : .
and their advertisement CHURL
visit this morning, Enthusiastic "
Faintly 12ipret> ee Ills hum Hitman llluiitratlnf filiation without
can be our columns. Idea. Bishop. Weed was listened to with the linn of |1".1..1.. Said be never uw.I| |i' -- almost breathless" interest for. he when playing alone (Minn CUudeaurinan
Mr J. 1' the able speaks Sabbath" avrvlce .. .
Hall of at H i M and T $.
\ Mrs Van Pelt, wife of one of Ocala'smerchants the Montezuma Hotel manager what he thinks and feel and is gave u a roam', "tie could "not reach It""I 1 8 Mr. David v.. Van IVlt is wad absent l last honest with his convictions, and their sung| t>y Helen "1 liotuimoii!. :; Lieu art to near 7.Jt'(' !Seals: In-t, The public curd"' y eat,
week on a tour ofins >ection, and during end yet w> Ur. W -II rendered 1G,1I.e4.
)lying critically ill at her home on tort his rapid, transit he visited Jackson earnestness is vmhle in eVt'ry'or,1 he Muuicby/sallltfhltik:Id- "Ub ye ken" (Ea- EPISCOPAL CHURCH i
t King avenue. We trust the life of this utters. i'onil j '
ill be ville. \VavcroHs, Atlanta, Home, Anniston Address by Sam 1'lHmau, ;: Rectors r'-,
most estimable Christian la.dy1\ and 1Urminl' llIun. After the sermon followed the interesting 1Nt1'"U. Km c n WiLMta,

spared. It and solemn! rites of confirmation .. .' ills Uddeli\ KerrloM n.rJ Hund..y at 10:15 a. 10: 7.11 C
purely business visit and
T was a on of which four >eared at the alter in Duet-I nit ru ID mlalam' 1'lltmau and Mallory m., standard tlnir Scats ""e. eu' 'Ibttoul P.
Captain Coons, of Silver Spring, has his trip, Mr.( Hall earned with him his the morning api) twelve in the evening. LId.t..n.I.m.rh. eta p.. m, W._II. Chewberlalnbuperl: 11&.
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keen buinc JohnuU! Uddeiu -
band an excursion usual analytical, 4 eyes by
Colby's thinking in his journey of 1,500 miles Address br )!dial rowdvr, ArrlruU at our Hot IMoNThUHA
down the run this morning in his !team The Colored Children**' "School<< Address by Mr. rowder- Suc<'ei depends| ,
yatch and they took the F. B. A. :N. he would see indications' of thrift, enterprise Iay at the Kipokltlon, iuort> lu hard work than genius" ( Apr. ))1)0.'i,,I_
prosperity and activity: that did Remark by Ht'lflllfJlrJl'.rrllll"". onto
fur the J. ShvrwiKxi'
morning train not exist in Florida. and Oiala.He Duett by K where Captain Coons will entertain Saturday: ) was the day set apart, by the PoiiKfruiuuratlonof Kuth by the hisser Sharp, O<-alaV.; I U. Murton, JIurekaflR.! s|
them. Secretary Clarke accompanied has returned more of, and a better management of the Semi-Tropical ax 11111. ('roster and rotuaiul Jaaile flllinan, Ilead, St. AIIIlI>tluP; II, 1' 81
friend of Florida's than he thought Addrewibv 1 MlM l.ula I <; '"letbnl- rk,
colored ary IUI'J"I' A'D.
feasible children
them.Freaident whool day and right MUM 1'ifer. H. C. Fr'anlt /
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que.VrllilellTered ; I.
______ of being, 'ere he started and is.
royally it olwerved Lv. .
was \ the colored
the Adilrena ty Minnie lltuiuftuM I'rlmarylustruc burger, l'i&na..lfheV.: P. l\\\f\ \ ,
of the satisfied that
Wilson notwithstanding draw
GeorgeV. schools of Marion county, evervone of lion. Avenue; J. F. Itarron KvinatO1;
Semi-Tropi'al Exposition, has been very backs that has beset our State, owing to which was represented at the immense l'" Mlmx-i (rowder. and Hill.bonif WV.. l'Qwl'rlulll"411'1I1.) / .. iMOCA ;
Not herleasHaby"-alias J"hnullIlJ.lden.
much surprised to receive! notification the prevalence of yellow fever in certain ihering, which is said to have numbered well kuiiy. i.A lIul'tllCW.. CMUipbeM

that he baa been elected\ member of |>arti of It last season that we enjoy to a \ fully 5,000 people, 1.500 of whom AddreseItefen: ThuinpnoaKiudcrKarten J. \VatkiiiK, l'nrtamonth: W.S, ;'

tne New York Democratic Reform (lob, : greater degree, the element] of success were school children. The procession Kindergarten" Mndiwin, ; J. I U. Hazzard), (J. I. La n"

a compliment unsolicited and one that and prosperity than any town or section did not form till o'clock in the afternoon I A H"lIeUCrcr-t'lf. Itaiul.Aa Kuvi: I"la.J.; F Anderson, lioatontfj!

he should feel l proud of, which his host visited. aa Professor Maddox, of Gainesville thin day rloMea the engagement of R "'lilith, C. I). Haynm, Atla ttitlUJ; :
certainly do. Mr( Hal) l'aytlanLA is the cosuietrot ha of friends ad-
Professor Collly' band! with the EKI.ition > and- Mnt.( (I W. Wilson oJL
mil the South a. r
tan not
city in ,
drens.The. '
J. O. *
Claiku Weal
Richardson has invited Orleans that Horne is berntiful but inana'/emetit a ninplnnentary, ; city. Kev go' (1 J. ; "
Mrs. Captain ; III.
procession was long and I'
a one benefit hat been tendereithem- to night Roberts, Mrn. J. K. Itobcrta r J
will be herguests ,
and the following persons quiet, while Anniston and IU: miriham f
home made splendid display. Arriving at and we trust our citizen to whom their cheater, N, Y ; W. (IhiVii, wife and d 't. ,
this week in her island on may have glory and importance as great the building lion W. Chandler H'I
Henry Mrs. M. II. Dunn
nicelient music ha to
much IIarro.Uburg ,
I (given MO pleasure '- Ky.ijj
aMiss Maude Gary, cities of the future becoming enters
the & : in was roads president of the meeting I Kev. .F. '
I will show their appreciation by Dunicity; A H. and l h. IVuakey>;fH
E. C. Hood, Major, Mrs.( and Mine Lola of !great mines and manufactories ; yet Hampton. of the Baptist church, ntlered 't..
Mr. Mrs and Miss the ant unending fields of I giving' the band such an audience.. the ver Springs'; I> H. Williams, city; u. lf, .
Wright, Dr. Newsom. everpresent after which Professor Maddoxwas'
prayer occasion deserves.The (i ia., Capt H. D. McOoa.
May Hudson, Forest I* Robertson, Esq., cotton, cotton, cotton in Georgia;: sat' introduced and made a capital address organization ban played their nell, city, John J... luglis, Alex WyUi
and; Mr. Tom Gary. They anticipate a tied him that Florida not only in climate ably seconded by Mr. Chandler Hay ,
into the
our and lu return WfiIhoulol __ __ _
( delightful lime- but in the varied capabilities of who always speaks eloquently and well. tender this band a hearty, cordial

---- ; -- -- andSumter's her soil, has such wealth and prosperity The children had a regular picnic in and routing benefit. Let( all Mr. T.o'. Drown, one of Kvinaton'i:
Marion go.Easter
:Senator John F. Dunn, in store for all her people in the near the building\ while the older- |portion of ------- energetic RIIII l .uc('H,*-ful fruit grower

able representative, return d future, when they are taught to utilize the audience took great interest in the 0"f'.11I" arid"farmers in' in the city to-day. "

home Saturday evening to spend. fie them. as to male her the peer of the exhibit and paa.ed a pleasant, iiappv
Sabbath in the bosom of his 'family. MiM A. M. Wolff m the Brunswick Silk
tate of the South. opening to-morrow at the
Empire and day, in taking a good Ocala
Block hiss received her
Thu affablejSenator. held levee on spring\ unv Muqic( House AN kindn of silks||
Mouse look at the grand display, which must
iner steak consisting i of the finest and
the piazza of the Ocala ( Sunday friends County and School CommUhlonera.Tne : be of great good to all who 110 royally moat attractive linen of millinery tjoo, morning where his numerous
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Democratic County Executive enioyed the occasion. Lou found in the at thee Aj-; ;
flocked around him to) shake his hand > city most rea- Colonel Kichelberger,
this The streets of Ocala crowdedwith accom
Committee in session morningand were
and have afcocial talk, which broadenedout made recommendationsto colored citizen, and life and ant. Nrmable price" She will !live a formal panied bv County Surveyor James U.
on !State' matters in which the senator following owning on April 16ttl. All tn want CJf rorllf'atl l, left for l'4nlto Otr tree this
ia the Governor for appointment on the mation was visible on Jail hand, and millinery good will do well to give her morniiijt to
taking a deep and active interestWe thoroughly. ascertain by cart.
off and
Board of County Commissioners and everything passed pleasantly call.A .
a Poi the
survey, extent of the
lypsum bed
I vie harmoniously.The r r
County School Board, :
regret that'our religious duties COV.VTV OOMMlHHOitEKk.! calisthenics by the girls of. Howaad number of business men will join found to exist on hit celebrated ibell
yesterday, would not us to accept I'rof. Warran'a claaa for mound orange grove, which by
B. R. Fakes, H. W. Long, 8. F. Perrin. Academy wan very fine and the practical course knowing
I one there ia
Capt. Finch'kind invitation to accompany drill the cadets of the same school to-night. say millloni |in it. We
1 W. P. Williamson, J. F. Barron. by trust the learned
Colby's band to Homosasaa, creditable. fur geollgiai'a estimate 01
land.oar business demands today, were SCHOOL BOARD.F. highly : the wealth contained in the iryium bod

[top x *Mtt ceptof a similar InrltlfJifofJMoibe (- F. Harris L. M. Ayer, M. t 8. Moser White Peklu Duck Eggs for Hale. I hue three tine young full grown la correct for titer .la no man In the

excursionist to SUn: P. L. Durisoe. A. R. Griffin. Lone Eagles for tale. Alo; a pair. of fly State of Florida born we would rather

same we are dily Each district, suggested a member for At 11 per dozen enquire of C.C. Carroll, bred fowls, a cross between the guinea Ne tbe Jpo mine thaq

,,,acadtahey have our sincere each Board and the names suggestedwere Comnvasioner for Citrus county exnibit, and game cock.: C. C. CAE&OU Colonel l icll ieelbeygerwbich he will have

Iles|*Mr honorable", ...110... nominated by acclamation. Exposition Building llaprlw 1kprd&w CommUaloner Citrua Co. it halt we bear U .



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TDE OC.fL.f D.ULrB.4.\.Wr.: A Tribute to Florida. -Sir Charles- Ru,,"el's Brilliant Per CIiOSlXOOl'T" Palace Dm) Store !

--- : Hon. W. D. Kelly, of Pennsylvania, oration In .hi* Speech In Defenceof Stock Sale at 1;. Hoot*. & ConipanNStable ?

OCALA, FL.I, APRIL '. :. .,.. 'Delivered an address in Louisville, Ky., INirncll.I'pon of the i session of theJ'arnell We will offer for sale for the next I. ,

-.z.. on 'theoveningof the 17th, in which heiJthefollowing the opening thirty days fifteen head, of good driving -0.--
+ commission April:, a London much lees than their
... ._ tribute to Florida and ,work"hores at
1?. 1:.. HARRIS. Editor.s able1tram> sacs : present \alue. Do not mifsthis!" opportunity WHOLESALERetail

:Sir Charles Russell: undertook to show to buy a good horse cheap.' Our
'. --- Parnell Byrne, cash. E. Hoot tfc ( o.,
o hat the money Mr. gave terms are
vhich the prosecutor alleged 1 was givenor Livery Stables, Ocala, Fla. -AND-

the purpose!' of enabling Byrne to 3apr d A w 1 mFine

a or ,escape, was meant by :Mr. Parm-ll to bejsed Investment.I 1 Drugs !10
of the
for the ordaining purposes

'Rational lt-a: ue, and that :Mr. Parnell will\ !sell at public auction in Ocala -
err \1 did not know that Byrne was in peril ofThe on Monday. May ;lth. I**!), the Electric

'trr .t. Light Plant] l lamps, tools, implements -ALL KINDS OF-

court, sir t Charles said In conclud- and franchise \belonging' to the estate of OILS STATIONARY TOILETAND
inc\ Uis I upeech.' was trying the history of Adin E. Waterman {'('t'al't'd. Terms

t< __ the Irish rt>,'..ll1ttvlJ. lie asked that f.urand can he made easv.! A 'pl"n.lid invest- -- -
,f. ___ generous consideration! be given it. meni.\ SARAH E. W.VTJ&KMAN,
ends Ireland .
I If lro'lllt'rtynll! returning to AdminiUratrix.Bn
,.. ate ofi but affairs were tin- for Ad'rx. I
thanks be to '
= + healthy i in that country where the ,ro- llapr d2t wtd Complete Stock I

} Chief Justice ite' family have been sty pie roiisidi't! imprisoned members of the I, -0-
reduced to the r"Ity .if keeping House of rommnnH heroes and martyrs., Save Your Money. We handle none but the finest brand of cigar
boarders. net z4z. :Sir Charles defeated that he did not Be sure to call at the second hand I Headquarter for Wall Paper and harden eeds

'MI ) : speak merely as the advocate of the acv store; under the :Montezunia Hotel before WRIGHT & FI1AZER,

A negro in Satannalm the other day, a cn!"eil meinbVr'; of the House! of Com- you buy anything you may need. Patio SO.UAKI : : : Ocil, FLA
who had crazy on the subject of ri> ; mo" ", but lor the land of his birth and You will find new and nearly new furniture
. gone old child IIH believed in the best interests of Eng crockery, lamp.tcture; and:' in
. the ,
;, religion, killed hi* -yt'ar .r'lSS8.
. thinking it had been posted of the flIn land. The inquiry, which was intendedto short, it is a medley store and, the only I
devil, Ctgr, I he a cur1, naif( been a blvising.! It teal bargain / in town. CHOIlD
\ x I I'Vant.a had been designed for the purpose of SAp-d3wl. THE LOST
but had l proved the -
\ the bide for buildm the court I. ruining one man. -NOTICE- :
of his vindication.
house in Savannah there was aditler* means
and the lowest --- --
once between the ln'ghwt 1f'e, I HIS I'EH'iRTIOX.In : To all Whom It May Concern.I .
of $57.650 The contract was Ie'u'r his ]eroratioii. which lasted halfan Be lure and read this splendid piece
p. in., have this day ;
fat $72,400.: hour, Sir Charles! Russell" aid : "Inopening the Ocala
mings Business to
entire" Bottling\
our case I said that we represented
Florid at '3.50 Bottling Works!, which will take charge
OkAXGBu-Quiet t Hfjuntt itionPlareno'ersli.J.
the accused. l'o!
[H. V box ruxwt "t J.l ks's.>. ; <'alifornla-Rlyeri and lun the entire" business All tny old Each line will make your desire increase.ISN'T .
.kl., at (3::\. l-omons si I i, Lo Angeles at '..5<). The accuseI fit there (iKjinting with indignant customers are hereby referred to them,

The above it (ruin the M. Ious l:fPUbl S the )j scorn at Messrs.Valter and }Ic- and are requested: to bend all orders for THAT GOOD ? 1 I'. Florida tins been ship. f loi g Donald of the Timet.) This inquiry will goods; direct to them.

ping oranmtes since last October and her > not only' vindicate individuals, but it will [Signed] C. ('\amell.n. N ew Goods of all descriptions are
[Hf S SI remove'all mismy! +nceptmtt of the character -
still tiring the cream of the '
oranges ) Ocala Fla.tprii 13S'I.
market, and yet California contmuea to action and motives of the Irish!' (people 12aprdlt w2 Sateens of Every shade :
of her I and their leaders.' It will set earnest, ,
{ us superior prices. .I'I'VIi
lione>* minds> to thinking, sad will hasten Magnolia Nursery.The .
*"y true union and effect true reconcilation.! Just pouring In our spacious store.
Roam, 1'mitfri Ink/ : says there are i i It will dispel the mighty cloud that has finest and best variety of orange
only six newnfiaj' .rsmtlie United States ,pnej darken the history of a noble race and trees! for the least money, to be had of BEAUTIFUL ZEPHYR CLOTHS,

which have a daily circulation exceeding ttvlt dimmed the glory of a mighty empire. i. W. & F. D. WAITE,

l00OOO-one. in < 'hu-a>!fo, two in New lih.n.* There was a sensation in the courtroom wSfebtd. Belleview, Fla. /\ a pretty u you ever saw
" York two in J Jn"tn8n: one in Philadel ortu* I Jkw when Sir Charles concluded his ------- ----

: phia. A notable thing m regard to them .Our. !\[speech. It i is the general opinion of his Notice to Ocala Tn'I"nrer: Fine Table Linen, Towels, Etc.
I collect for 1SSS.FRANK .
to city taxes
is that without exception, they are am ready
i:". It Increased "to $'.= i bearers that he never snoke-'better ,
l earnest! advocates of the democratictheo ,1)00.000'1 When Sir Charles had finUhed, Presiding : P. GADSON, Moire Silks!, China Silks and Surahs too.
J- of low tariff taxation. They are A meeting of prominent Justice Hannen passed' a note to him, 3apr dlw w4t City Tax Collector.
I. carrying on a great educational work, of Florida was held yesterday at -
in which he laid: "I congratulate you. DAMASK TABLE CLOTHS DOYLERSI
The First National Bank of Ocala
' and their ult'rif'nrt] shows that tho people ice of the Florida Fruit Exchange, I'rof. Your speech was a great one and worthyof I
are eager to lie taught. Isaac Stone chairman, and D. G. Ambler I I a great occasion." }pay all school warrants properly! endotted. I ndia Linen Lawns and Challles not a few.
M.\ L. P
=------ -- = secretary.By .

, Homes of all Ages. request, Mr. Damon Greenleaf TheOrandrst Entertainment of the County Supt. Public Instructions.8apr2t Embroidery Linen Plain an Stamped.
of the
stated that the purpose meetingwas Season.
" 1 An interesting feature of the Paris
action threat
J_ ', Exiosition| will) l he a group of forty-nine coed to disaster take( some to the orange-growers to avert ''romIIl1ot'rf..d This! evening (Monday) there will be A full linn of Easter Calls in great: variety New shades. In Henriettas, pretty sight! to ee ==

: btructures intended: to give a history of methods of marketing the a grand concert ball' in honor of the just received! at the Ocala News!
f. the human dwelling. The different types fruit' p band, which has contributed) much DejHH. llapr dlw wit Hamburg Embroidery and Fine Lace, I.

of shelters' represented will Include those during the Exposition' to our pleasure.Let -- ---
I Mr. J. A. Harris advocated thu al1rtione'lItt'1n ) | Teams '''autell.n. .
e of the pre-hietorlc period-under rocks, to bt carried on at a few central there be such!' an assemblage of &each line of Dress Goods the nicest they
in coves, on water and on land ; and from brave men and fair women to grace the S. Marvin of Maitin Station who (must be.
fI later times those of historic civilization points. will make the assemblage has the contract to supply ro k for St.
early scene as to
Dr. Foster, of Oviedo, indorsed Mr. Ribbons all Shades & \Vidtli\\
I of Aryan civilization, of Roman Harris' idea. brilliant and enjoyable that it will be a Johns\ jetties, wants! a number of teamsto ,

tt civilization in the East: and in the West On motion the chair appointed Messrs.J. pleasure to refer to it in after life. haul arae. Apply; at Martin station.

>:1 anti of rude civilizations disconnectedfrom O. Matthews J. .Harris, Dr. Foster, We come in as a meteor' and our success 5apr dlOl wit F meet line of Ginghams th'at you did ever see.LADIES' .

the' general progress of humanity D. G. Ambler and! A. M.: Ives a committee has been so great as an exposition, -
be Chinese, Japanese, Eskimo, African, to confer with the Fruit Exchange: ) it deserve to be commemorated by closing -SINCLAIR. AND CHILDREN'S SHOES

i Aztec, etc- The interiors, the costumes regard to capitalizing. it. In a blaze of glory. This will inaugurate
of the occupants, and the surroundings, Professor Stone offered tho following a IIt'ril'Rof entertainments by home THE SHOE MAKER o h just step in and try us; see If It will not

will be those! of different epochs! btnuied.Farming. resolution, whale: was adopted and sent talent, which will continue till the end) --orR GOODS: ARE FIRST QUALITY.
to the Fruit Exchange: and we hope our ellorts to please will be
t. I I Krtolift, That the general manager of the so appreciated that large numbers wil' -1-- X ceed your expectations on the spot.
Florida Fruit Exchange be authorlrpd to pnwocut come from all partc of Florida.
The Charleston ffeii't and courier any transportation company: known to lie at ('n.\ W. ('.ttml'BELL SK., Sti leads in the race for good Beautiful Challles 5c Yard -=
any fault in the carrying forward mid delivering I 12apr :3t General Manager. Figured per
makes of the
mra : ; the following comment the frnlt consumed to its cure.
present mode of farming in South Carolina The committee on capitalizing. the exch.inge 'A comfortable well kept hotel that CHEAP LE".THERSHOES" F

tra and! Georgia : met and' on munruHtion of Mr. charges must, reasonable rates is the s -Also a fine line ot- 0GENTS' .

"The farmers have been, raising cotton JUirK! the" president the Fruit Exchange Harnett House, :Savannah; Ga., so long Try l.. Pair and be Convinced of their

and 'losing money.or rather running into vt H* requested t'nlla meeting! of conducted by Mr. :M. L. Harnett."-AVw Wearing Qualities. = JBLOTIHXG,
Nf the stnck-holdeix with a view to having York; IVorl.l. mailltfSituation E.VEHY .
debt deeiier' and deeper eve 1
year. the charter amended HO m to increase! HARNESS LEA HER SHOE LEATHER
world can steno a steady' ,
business the at
oboes, Hats and Furnishing .Goodi
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the' ('apitllllltO\'k to $2 iSiiO.MO. "'It n t t'tl.
t- rt dram of from 25 to 75 per cent upon
On motion of Ir. Harris, the secretary Lace Leather, Cut to !Size -1-
any or Shape
gentlemen. of 'Nal'car -
A s" \ !! experience
at'pear -r I
of the Fruit Exchange: l was requested to Wanted., LOW 1'1t1CES.BENJAMIN .
tube rJ! in and
growing grafting cultivating
write all the of the State, ,
orange growers
Ir do not regard farming as a business. trees ana handling and marketing -1-
members to HARNESS. &
whether or nut presentat SHOE FINDINGSOf
",' There is not a merchant who could keep the annual meeting of the Exchange, fruit desires a situation as superin- & FOX.SNOWDEN .

t .' his bead above water, if he attempted the 1It'I'ontl'e.lnt'M.I"y ;in May. tend'-nt of a grove in the vicinity of all kinds! in Stocks
," to manage his store on the plan that Ocala. Bent referenres' furnished Address Neb

'0 t many of the farmers try conduct their Can this bo True"? or call on E. L. Ley, )IicanopyFla. : A McFARLASEDSALSRSJIS ,
} agricultural Derations. It is this practical :N. B.-Any information can be furnishedby MAsTKU'S! !! AI K.MNDKR C
i e that the farmersof I.r. Irtambad Owen Secretary: of the : "
side of agriculture; Uev. J. B. Icy, Ocala Fla. AND BY \"IRin: OF IKE FINAL -
South Carolina as well as of Georgiamust Investigation Committee of the British llapr dtw4t___ \j decree rendered by the lion. J. J. liulerJuJse ALL KINDS OF FURNITURE0
learn to appreciate before they can Medical Association, hall submitted a of the Fifth Circuit Court of Florida for
I expect to make money or live well. report on the inquiry into the connection For Sale or Kent. IherallMewhert'ln Marion county, cm the TALUOTT 4th day A ot RONS!' April livj. in
comrlailmnu -
It is this system of farming the Alliance of diseases with habits of intemperance Nice, new, two-story house-five large and BENJAMIN F. EARLY Utha de hi
correct. and some startling statistics are rooms, with bath and waterworks fendant, wherein I wasappolntel atonal mute.. ;llsms UUPEC-IO or Tails ;JConrtirsSTOCK
itself to
should address I have levied cud will
therein given. The Committeeobtainetparticulars upon otter for kale at pub 01
throughout, two squares of Courthouse.For lie outcry before the Court House door in Ocala, AND Low Falca.tmstoM
i orIH: : cases of deceasedpersons. sale or for rent' apply to John G.Heardon. Fla., on the
to Tariff Reform and it* lienuIt. These were divided into t live soft D.t Y OF JU 1". tsr.. -- .- ------ If''

; I class***-tout abstainers, habitually temperate to the blithest bidder for cash the follow fnedeortbed '-' -
i'' i The men who are loudly: shouting thatii' free drinkers careless drinkers property : 1'en"eIl of laud mON or -i
k of the tariff defeated' President l For Hale. less! cleared' nd fenced with house. well of water ) :
/the question THE REDUCTION
f and decidedly intemperate. The allt'B.t and tree : :::
Cleveland would do well to study I A Ocala orange nursery on name iltuated in sec :: ;;
mu, ( which death came in each class averagedat eum Bottling outfit by lion three, northw .t quarter of the
''he' the returns. The Mills bill was the subject follows: Total abstainers, 51.:!! Yt'IU''I' ; I Bottling Works. 1.:!apr d'Aw tf qrarter In township thirteen, south, range northwest. twen. :...-....-.........................................................: I
nd of attack and the thing most held : ly-lwoea.t.; coratuencing at port corner of said .._........ .... ..

up to public condemnation because Vif Its habitually' drinkers temperate, 51J.57\ ; free, 72.1Yt'ar drinkers;57.59 careless -; Hoarding House to Kent at Crystal vM'llon railroad one, thence bundredandlily two hun-lred rrls and Brat its of)lard the ); .F..ST :
of free K'r.-\ :
1 i I position upon the question raw decidedly imtemperate, 5.03.: The Hlver. south. thence east along the railroad post : :
that of the bill thence' went two hundred and
materials. aud If portion the result lowest duration of life \%as therefore that A 'large and commodious boardinghouse line of Major Johnli u'l thence thlrtr-eliiht north to vardito place _....................................................M. .
.o was wrong objectionable it would of the teetotaler' and the highest that ot' with servants' house, stables of commencing two hundred and sixty yard. *. .. .. .. _. .......... .
id the States most affected by Said trait of land Iwiug ;
it the moderate drinker, whose averagewas quarter of MEANS GOODS"AT) *
have shown it and here would have yard, etc., to rent on easy terms. Address, northwest quarter of northwest quarter of section
I eleven years loo ;er. Even the habitual three township thirteen, south * COST.
What the facts? The range twenty. AND
come defeat. are in the wool drunkard lived year longer than inSMlt w3t Crystal Hiver. Fla. two eat. being situated in Marlon county. Flori ..-..-__....................... .._._........- ,
I Republican majorities manufacturing States great were' the total abstainer.Another da. .said property to be sold F. satisfy said decree. ...._...... .............. .....-
.i. .M.--r.
growing the 3
table by Committee
largely reduced instead of being increased from which prepared all deaths under Notice. J. O REARDON. Com. K>1. Speeial Mater.M.tsTFit's i I :

oo,I as they should have been if the thirty ,were excluded, exhibited the following The city market will be closed! here ; SALE. m
the .j. .1.-
tariff agitation wool producing brought defeat.States,Of tali I l averages of life! : Total abstainers after on Sunday and nothing can be pur a\cre. ASD BY \1 RTl'E OF A FINAL DE- ..__... ............=.............. ...
great Harrison one 57.31 years; habitually temperate, I chased at the stalls. This i I by order o U foreclosure rendered by the lion. J. ..-....._... ......-.
I fornia the 1.lteetgives titUS; years; careless Jrink< years, the city market men lOapr dwltA J. F1nl ,.Judge of the C1rt'ul&'ourt.' in and. for
third less majority than it did Blaine In18S4i : free drinkers, 5S.S7and( decidedly intemperate Marion County, Fla. on the sib day of February, .__-TilEw1'LAUL-M.....,.....
the second largest wool pro desirable, partly place for lti. wherein I was appointed Special' Muter in ..
improved .
: Texas: 53.42.: There is a moral concealed a certain cause therein pending between HENRYM. ..--.M.-..
during State elect a solid delegation to 1 somewhere in this remarkable sale cheep, containing ten acres with 110 HOLMES, el al. executors of the estateot
I. Congress in favor of free wool, and Ohio, conflict of science and but orange trees in grove, part of them in THOMAS J. PASTEL deceased, as complainants I i i
exactly -
t prejudice,
native or and Harrison, a u defendants -u.-J
all kinds of
fruit and
gives bearing,
the third had shrubbery,
than how to apply it not been dii 1 will offer s' r public sale onHOXD.
that State one-third less majority covered.II'orAL nearS. 8. 0. A: G. railway and Romeo f AfRlLlST.IlO. :--w-:

d, kl it did Blaine. In other States, that the postoffice. Marion county, Fla., reason for In front of the oot t house door at Ocala Florida., i
J bill directly appealed to, the result is the selling:, I bate more land than I want within the legal h nra. and sell to the highest: bidder ._.._._... ._. .........__._.
h l of tariff reform was Ye, That's what I Said. for cash, the llowinr deftcrlbed real property .
name. The cities Inquire of T. U. Mantis, situated in ti, riuu bounty *iurlda. toII U
not the cause of defeat and it is not I have several very fine Villa Franca Romeo P. 0., Marion Co., ... .. The east half of U southeast>>& quarter of section; iM.I F "sHE }S: I
killed by the result of the election The lemon buds for sale at f 3 per i thousand, 15apr. dCwlm e,.. and north', t quarter of northeast quarter, I. .
section.taht; all In township fifteen south, rangstwentyihreo ---
', iwople still desire cheaper necessities: ofife besides some varieties of oranges! cheap. east containing one hundred and '-" -
and manufacturers atill need free Budding a specialty, the best of refer R. E. YOXGE: CD, The Ocala Plum- twenty acre, more or Ie.&. --' -

raw materials and the demand will ences given on application. bers. Call and examine their fine stock (The shore sale U postponed until Monday, I OCALA, ;: i I FLURIDA[

grow louder and stronger until it Is E. D. COATM, and got good work at price May 6th. 1589. FORREST) U ROBERTSON': -- L -

granted. Sapr6t wl Stanton, Fla. d3ldeclm ...... .ruble Mart Special Mastk; 1tQltl

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f'I:: : I h THE FLOBIDD INTERNflTIORLr'$ L 1 1 .

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1, S r iT ropical Exposl ion !

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This Exposition\ incorporated under the laws of tl, 't' t' ; .rhlll, 01 ,\ :" 1 '

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OCAtA ,. IAHIO COUNTY, I LORluA, JAl.h.i\ \ 39tl\\ l 889 i? "


CLOSE MAY FIRST 1889. k,i i

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This will be an Expo: ition of Horticultural and Agricultural products! of Florida. and her soils, timbers.Jwoods: minerals and live stock, and in addition articles y
and products of general interest: from. all States:\ and countries. I Entry i is open to the world for the display of its IIt'odUCty. No charge for entries! nor ; apappjfor the product or ooj: ,. ..
manufactures of KlnriiLi.} __** JsHsW- .;.i'" .:,,'ft\x
The Unit.d. States Kxperimeiital 1 : Station for improvement and development: of }products indigenous to this:' Kectiou has htt'llloc\1t'tll'onti.tuou\: ) :' our exposition ground "f: '',tF ,-
j! Y"We invite exhibits of all descriptions: :! particularly those: }pertaining to the arts, mechanics and'agriculture: guaranteeing 11I11forllll'O\ll.1t\o\\\ : all exkfeltora. !Ji.fM. \

CASH PREMIUM LIST, $3,500. :: ; 'f


GEO. W. WILSON, President.)1.. FOX, FirM Vice-President I)1.III. KNJjIIT,Jieoerld Vlce.tretident
C. "". CAMPBELL, SR., Geueral '4[:tnuger. O. S. MAYO[ Treasurer: J..O. CLAIR=
. rctary.

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mnc Filst- OCALA National BankOF TIle 1I l1clmnts'' National RanEEOF { Anti Molly Drug t ;'

Ocala, Florida.I .: -
OCAAE E ANIkr--- '
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-NO. 3815. .. SEED TAJ! RE
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Paid Up Capital], Authorized Capital], CAPITAL STOCK OOO.OO l N-.: t. '
SURPLUS. :tOr O.OOorricKusi l rCO111'1,111
$150,000. tilSS
$50,000. ; r

1'-':.W.. AOS"\V.l're.. ..... \V.IICUl'CII.'re... '. ......-.... J so. K. Dt.N.v: I'rtfi'ltt Quality of Goods a Prices,
= i K.: 1 1' DJHMIKEHfffiyffitleitt.. o : ..
) tf R. H. COol\tUL: Ouhitr (lODUS .1013 t

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Brim now tttallithtd in our new an.1 l t'ga7&lllflftk ivtlilhty vr are jtrejxirtd to
A. McINTYRE: CAOIJEn.81JRPLUS : : guarantee -loratel( neat door to F1r.t:f >?ti.nk,)
tutufaction to all.
sl it+A
General Banking buriii/ti traiancttJ. Exchange bought and told. d i

--A C011Pi.ET1 Li
One of the finest and beat: equipped banking home in the Stats; owned by the -: HOARD OF IIRECTO1S.--
bank. We have special facilities for making) Collections on all ai-cwwible points. .
We will extend every courtesy apd favor to our customers consistent with Rate -ot.HARDWA'ftl-
oankinz.and shall alive prompt and careful atl..nt'i\' all! business entrusted to ni .
ACCOUNT and all business In our line and
We so :.t your .
guarantee entire satisfaction. JNO. F. DUNN, v". p.niqu. .'"",

Importers & Traders.XnUonal Hank, New York, N Y.; B. MiCOXNELL: S 1 l S '

outhern Bank of Georgia Savannah. .
flf cities in the West.d 41 .! \
g r Special. Correspondents in all important -AT' tr. :
c9 CO 1:Il EW'O.'IF.N1.. :: ', :.
'yaJiooal'ark flank: 0l.'N 1"Clrk. Marrncx 11atuyual i '
Bank of liotton. A. E. DELOUST.
National Rank of frivannnh Georyia.
nwlM9( iMiurillt Banking Company Ismimtt*, Ky .mll.-

Main Street, Ocala.'Fla." \ Jewelry Store -Drug Line-


.. NNN..N..N,.. ..N.....N. '''' ...NN Shines replete with everything in -.oft ._.
: his line. Call and examinefor
el 'of'-t 1e'-'cIty
-TheN.NNHot......................-.....--.....-.....-....--...- yourself. TILE PLACE T0| FIND:THEM PIANOS v.AND
-......-...........-............'..............................-.....".......-..............-.- Strings :tor 'Muclca Instruments a DR DELOUEST. -

lUtttrie Belts in every room" Hot and cold brtht. oHtlMtlvtU nrnpUfrnxmt" for c..- Sp.claty.!
sKrcaI 7rar1tlen. 95 reonu..Ytts brick MuM and nt*furaaurs.Jeki 0GanD&ee4.All Work oo r ptr of Clock sad| Wtieh --Kier SIDaSQifAi1C)_ Musical Instrl ll8ntslir'4 !

Rholnauor's Old Stand. VCAL' t Iii I '1Q.I'LOIlID4
( 1 per day.) / P.UALL Lessee,Jaw/, 1887, :911., essttaa lfl QCAUl Yr ., fLA .%:

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S THE DAIL_/ [NER. / I II lake Sine Hotel r

,brAasarpSubgort teas ioo.AdvSStj I hI
4 8ta booths :l 2-\'. ,. ,
TLtcellontbt, I 125. : ,t i I

t 0 t. .. Lake Weir' Fla. I
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81aa F-l-4 I I m.kTo.:-:... ua! .. P;{ ,. ,
: J ifiIII W'ioo I / !)tar IM Sixteen miles south of Ocala; on ;

,2 Inch'M: '? 1 sot'' ;|I S 1 ? high bluff overlooking the whole '

1 } I' 4 1Jj'' J :*_ 5? ., of "Beautiful Lake Weir."
Tampa and lllllsborough rowing.

DIG W?P. Half-ley return*! Saturday Fine
Boating Sailing Gunningand
and ,
from his annual visit to Tampa portions
IIlllHboroiiKh county much "" Fishing.

|>le *ed.with his trip amt IIlIrpri lcd at Transient Rates $2,00 to $3.00 per ,.
the steady and awuredgrowthof, that r
wonderful portion of South Flor"'a-' Day Weekly Rates $tO.OO and (\1

air:h. says the new hotel, the DeSoto, Upwards accordiag to Location I
the rival of the Ponce le Leon going
ap?:,'" lobe t'nlar\Zt..1\ with' an addition' of of rooms '

300 feet of bnildlnjr! while t the attractions Address!
ot its yards. !", shrubbery and
.. flower bcd", are said to mupa," any thing II. J. ROSENBURG,
of the kind yet deuiwtbv. the landscapegardner Manager
Late of Park Avenue Hotel New York and fill
ton House, Niagara Falls.
i all the while
%The cigar interest is
spreading and< snaking new demands for
All Year.
more. help and h ". I .4"Mr. h.'says Tarpon Springs from the .
S 't. natural lay of the land, which is a de-
Jlght) to the eye, has been Btipplemented
',' with many handsome cottagea and fine % WEIHELEADS

1 ,. dwelling, with attractive yards, which
make the village of 500( people the

loveliest slat j> in fair Florida. kK IN TIIEWat --
.F We are Klad<<1 to know that our neighbors -
of the South are progressing so
j'j<< finely and wish them continued prosper

< ity and su! ('cess! in their enterprise and cl Clock Jewelry

, 't. thrift. ,
:.{ Tampa's importance an a maritime
! .. Gulf coast city in' to be increased I by a .
' ): direct line of steamer to Mobile, and
other improvements in that line which LINE!

.';fII will enlarge her trade, commerce and .
commercial importance.
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They Appreciate Us.Jo .
Repairing a Specialty
4 Dr. T. p, Gary, Mayor, Mr. E. }V. Agnew :

Major I/nncorter, and ottter citizen -0-
of Ocala, }/a.


I, to express to you their deep appreciationof ImSZ.M
the courtesies which they have received

A at your hands during their sojourn fs .
at Ocala, and to nay that they are' .
r most favorably improved with the great LAND TITLES
climatic advantages which your section .
possesses. The Serai-Tropical:! Exposition -1---i :
which you have kindly shown
I them, they regard as a very remarkable THE BEACON & ADAMS
t exhibit of the various Ad abundant ?

resources of your region ABSTRACT COMPA.1'T\f
We sirs; most respectfully
are, : yours '

, State B'd of Health of Pennsylvania. IS HE PLACE 10 GET TUB FACTS .
President. Maryland Health Board. -I IO..rICE II'I
ErriKitK FOXIER,M. D.,
3'' Press Board of Health Augusta: '. ( a. : : OCALA HorsiSjaSm
W. }o'. BRUNNEK M. 1).,

S Health Officer, Savannah, Ga. N
University of Maryland, Baltimore.FLKMI.NU .
: UNDER foreclosure rcndm-d by lion. J J. n n.
Secretary. ley, Judee of the Circuit Court,lu and fur Marioncounty. E. B., RICHARDSON
WM. C. Ch ASE.Editor :. Florida, on the; .t>th day of March, A. D I
and Climatologist and lK"'''i\ III cauw wherein CLAKA: \\ALI.ACK -THE-.
publisher, are rlalnanta, an.l0t11. II. DAN'IS, ct'al.
Public Health Iteview.N. are defrmlnnti. lu which' decree 1 WM appointed Finest
Sly cal M,aster.(will oiler for.ale' at public Leading Hotel of the Livery in the City .
Exposition lost Article Fouiul.Jo outcry at the court house door In Ocala, Florida, City ,
the bidder for cash, .
Jo the, Editor of the Kanner.
HA r ern, A. D. is*.
DEAR SIR--Will you kindly publish the following\ described property towtXOne! :
the following/ list of articles found in the aw mill complete; oue boiler one engine and -A.'iD-
,gr ett/ Exposition building! and still unclaimedby two.Ircu\ar\ mill saws now located andowrfttliiK \':st es
Marion\ Fla. bold to
at Rock Sprint;* county
their owners: 1 lady's fan white; 1 mtUfy Mid final:: dvoivUKKMT.
lady's fan, white feathers', plain wooden : L. ROBERTSON, UNSURPASSED IN APPOINTMENTS TO ANY IN THE STATE!

. handle; 1 girl's tucking comb; 1 crape Jso.0.Complainant RCARDOX, Bol'rTRAVELER'S h;.cial 4aDrUao.Master. GEORGE McKAY,

.' veil; 1 bine veil; 1 lacinator, white ARCHITECT
flounce; 1 solid silver spectacle ease' with -1- AND, BUILDER,
the name "Houston," engraved upon it; 1 GUIDE. V
small handkerchief monogram:
I worked in red silk. For the above articles I. Schedule of the S. S. O. & G. R. R. Repainted Inside and Out !IAND -Furnished on.!Application-
to I... It. Eicheitlaub, J. 0.
apply Arrive from llomoMiasa...... S.V> r M -eoOmaRJ:8IDElCJ --
Clarke or A. B. Itoadea. crave IK'.U for lloiuowtsu. 9M: A M -
Returning............... Sin: ) r M : : : : Orange andjSlzth..
Professor Geo. Stewart who has entrenched Lee iicala fur IlomotuuMa at...._.. ...... 6to: r M .
in the hearts
and affections himself of the so firmly people of Fairview, F, C. 4 P. R. R., (Old F, R. & N. Line,) REFITTED THOROUGHLY WITH ELEQAN FURNITURE 1.aSQIJ

near the Uoochie, by a five years' residence Schedule.

among them, and as their capable I'&llengt'r.. south bound .._.. 212: A M f
and other south bound V41: p M I. J. BROKAW
and efficient schoolteacher Passenger .. .. .................. 6:07.: II I .
admirable qualities of citizenship, has Frel&ht S'uo r M
moved to Ocala with his family and I NORTH BOl.sI). -1-(

P, taken a half interest in the Ocala Music arrives lu Ocala....... 907AM: THE MARION COUNTY NUB-
Ocala heartily welcomes Mr. Passenger ., .. .. ..................... 1..1 r at BEAUTIFUL LAWNS AND CROQUET GROUNDS
;/ in which the FreighI" to ............... ..... lIll7: a M
: Stewart and his family, la MUKrr ............ Iff:48 r M SERYMAN.I,
BANNER joins. WILL llorKi.MS, t'p-Towu Ticket Agent. i -
t"-"'" I
1 Attention, ocala Unit*! F. S. R. R. Time Table. I I OFFERS TO THE PUBLIO A FINE LIDOJ'
After thtsfday and during April, meetIngs KUTH BOVKIVt
will be held on all Tuesday and NURSERY STOCK-QKAPK ,
i this7 I Thursdays. Your attendance requested. Fasaeenger ail u\' I In.. 0ca2.':: ,6aOrE l.SJrxFrvUht Foa TKMS APPLY TO : : : : : GEO. D.nt'y. MA1UOn. VINES A 8PCIAUTT. .
G. A. NASH, Captain.l .. ".. "" "to ...................._.l:06."::50A*M OCALA, FLORIDA.: \ ". 'I I1
4' 1889. ap axes '
April 1Z: /
AmllM V'
loatH BOVXP.: djanl52m Ann AnthooyFla.|
Wanted Passenger arrive In()* .... 7.15: A M
1 .. ..-_.,..._i:::-.a:: f M '

A *ka One thousand egg- FRANK'plants.Belleviey REICIIARDT, Fla., Fretfbt! "- .". '". ..::::....:::::::::.::.,1:115 v.5o a A : :=:::: HARNETT HOUSE:::::: Millinery Millinery liOur I -HERE I A11I +t

d& wit aprll .

r i TlIOS. P. GARY M. D. -. |I- ........... ............... ..... ....-..... .I........(,)Rertng the ......Aneat"... ....-1 t
; public. the. line of .... .
,arc Milliner it at home again .

IUtR Bt"IIIW'TO '4e TtICUlI 4 1D IraGJos.: LEADING POPULAR HOTEL OF- : ...... ..j : .' .. :: : .L.... .. : FLORIDACURIOSITIES; i.'

rAIL i H.G.C. I Roams, fc tiarri' Block nt'ALA.TwWl41..1i -1- | JUST FROM THE NORTH j 'i
S dTOANY Ajnew GEORGIA. ..... 11 .,..... i
C co. jreart uperienN ln Florida SAVANNAH, - : FANCY GOODS
CEiN With Full and of.

(IT03 nllgrlM 5tuaGr ,JpruONVIUI Dt.eases............. .. .. .... .... .. .d\J..nSID. ... .wtaulOs7dy.. ................... \ ........................................................................Complete................................Stock...................................... AND STATIONERY. ,y

Acs.FULLRR Resident Dentists.ULCTUXT8' I j'I KUOTKICJUU. .UTS..-......-......' il| .=.o--LLYerythlcgF1Ftn4! ) *i* -7": .:

L 1) ,;,u.n. '411&1. NATIONAL BANK BUILDING o-oGOODS GU ARANTEED.'o '""""A full Line
) I I '
: d Cll..tC& OCALA. FLORIDA. -< -:.. ........-...... -
DZJPT1S7.special Artesian Wall water Street Can to all Pepet
All branches of dentUtry. Teeth filled and ( r
atteationlft-T 0 Crown Bridgework, pfMerrtJ. Route Crowned with porotUla or cold I Eli&IE 1 j
na..elul operatloD ruin. UMfe. ArttflcUl MU from one tooth to a roll*.&.
pollpla- sand aU"rt.* Oar a4 1n1at.eled lor th.estr.ettlooe trtoUr*tm-cbu dentistry at moderau prtoe RATES REDUCED TO ta PER DAY. ...--- ,
: tag"W 4 the. :r" of.'....... pl10e 0t\&U to rtn& VOTE rowoaa A moAirr. 7aeltL feflbtd'i oil ...... labile ......., 0...., Tier 1 MUTILKA\


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