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 16, 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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I .:1 OCALA, FLA., TUESDAY APRIL 16 1889. \ __ .. ,J _

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Regular C\"l'OnIenL DIRECTORY.erTi i .
A Thousand Appreciative Citizens Mrs. Quart rman and children left here

Meet Under the Hoof of the Expo a few days ago to Attend the SubTropical OFFICERS,

sttton Building to Greet and I, ft. Tho& r.G&I'fCtr.
Cheer Prof. Colby's Splendid Mr. Gates, of this place, has moved to Way-.Dt..-.. A. BulloL

Dand-General Bullock Make *' Rutland where parties wanting work Manba-C. Z. Isa1L s
and done in his line, will do well to give hima ""ltCWI'-r. P.GadloU.A.orD. ..,.
Happy Speech Prof. Colby L) efveeTleas1NIL
call aa he is thoroughly fitted for business R. IlDOwdeu.a" .
Ilesponds.To ( AtWmeUtu T. .
.r- !. Unoree; Dunn.
fittingly commemorate the close of Gapt Da Tree carne out all O K. oft> rMldeui t of Ceuo,,"- e : S. W Aplew.

A. 1 the musical on at the Exposition, a the law case at Sl| arr That is right al.' J.Board oUlderme7'lJ; :: K. L. *u -K'n
complimentary benefit was tendered 1 to ways defend the good and virtuous, ftatlvb, ,tG W CoMwicrt:*. BroWD and W. : :
r an orphan school i tb
stag T. Itln,.
Prof Colby and the members of his Wonder if MISH Hattie, or Mrs. -, tnlperror-W.

band last night, to testify in a small degree will return in the autumn with her pa COUNTY OFFICERS.
to the high appreciation in which rents )lr. and Mrs. Heiidrtcks. We ,(Count Ju .-Richard )McConaihr.l .,

the gentlemen: of that superior musical hope lOt for we have rt' our ('lent-D., T. 1111101.\A.Miller.ahedQ1 .

,_. organization are held by the citizens of bonny tlue-t'\'l.'tt girl, who was' enticed C.Mathews.
s Ca' r I CKala. tally a thousand persons assembled by a handsome stranger from the North Tenter-p,T. w artmaan. Cltn ,

.t to listen'for the last time to a Something has "drop|>ed by the wayside .R.\ 01 lea J>ublLc 1 .raotlnnL

band whose' excellent and inspiring\ ." surely I not the DAILY BANVKR, Payn. ttwalnuton, << .
strains had {siv,en such a charm to their I oh no ; 1lo'eTy lakelet on the side of, County Ommlutonen[."Ni lam -"w WU.TruaU1am p.
visits to the Exposition. Kutland avenue has lost its bottom, anda M, IL RoUt g.s hmO hv'J! P. ....:

1 N. It is difficult to nay whether the pIal"- "thing of bt..Il1ty" has disapj| carol for lIam8Ol1.Tbs County CommMonen-pwet' the AnX&tatfd ,
era surpassed themselves last ni n ever from the bright vision of the lovers la ,wy month
OPENED AT OCALA FLA", J4XUARYfsss, their performances or their andienc-o from Citra bparr and Anthony who School BcM-P, .1t.1&rrI\ L,II Onrli:T. oe.Wartmann.miptrtn ;
M, R. lirimn P.
8. Jfor.A.
I realized: that it was a long farewell to the make the avenue such a fatlnonaoledrive Mt".hoo18o&rd DIttY flrrtMonday la every mootR;;
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liquid flow of harmonious sound,but all .
.; BUDGET OF HOME NEWS Crumb, Prom the Mayor' Table. unite in saving, the musicians deemed Story number two, which has a moral! COUNTY BOARD OFIHEALTFI.'a' :. ;.

Case 216 last Saturday, is a charge Inspir, d and added fresh laurels! their -An old colored man Hunt near this MId eD -Dr. T, P,0*7cbafdlnn. ;. "T.:.
already well won wreaths of encomtxn place owns a donkey that in numbered 'ettz..Dr\: pt..K.,B. Bern' 1
against A W. Gates, city expressman, 1) A. Anthony, "
C. I BirnNOKKCttT' Editor. "for driving at a *pe>ed that endangered Alter the proiira was: completed in anongthe "chewers of ttrbauer"t II. 8. MoMf and D. U.lnln ,'. \:
which Misses' Minnie and Kato Gamsby, certain times during the ila the :",s"' 4
the safety of citizen. but the lightning > donkey BOARD OP TRADE. .:, t
"V(don't yon call 1 on "Y" the jeweler.! Jehu made it appear that one of his Sue Leaser an I Mrs. L. gracefully stops in the plow,
dSfebtd horses Is a re 1Ilar Jay 1 Eye: See on the assisted, General Bullock steppedto head and looks at his owner as heKteih-. \'lrel'rts14'UI-It. A.. Weathers.. 'J ,
U- the front and made a most appropriate ingly as a man and mnsually bra>'H:, "ter- s''C"l&rr-Wm. Fox. '
\: :tor':'E. W. Agnew spent last nlgMt At the trot,slick and trotter the other, is nag compelled to keep up to lope with > and felicitous address the reply to bac.cer," and old Adam knows by> ex alter hoard, Jno.ofOovrruort-A.J'.1IIInn. J, II.P. Man UTingHoaija.Jr..a.;Rb.etn.. ,.. '

1 Candler. and to a superficial observer, it would which was happily( respomled to by 1'rof pf'rit'.u'that no more work will be done Heathen, Nat Pos and 8. W, Moody _."
A great many Lake and Bumter conn- seem that when Gates is making fair Colby when the dancers tonic: possession until the fragrant weed is prOtlm't'tl,80 BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOC1A
time to belated of the floor and held shay in thepleasures he advances muttering, "I'll viti. It Is : "
[ty people visited the Expo.ttlon'to-day. get a passenger, that the
speed at which the flying. expressman of the dance to a late J hourIt eagerly pccepted and slowly masticated ; TION. I
I Robert Lincoln, the new Minister gets over Ocala paved l streets, was was an evening of cnalloyed delight, then the plow moves briskly on until 1'rril"lnt-43. a M'llmer. I' _
Vies l'n..hleo\-J'oIt. .
I to Great Britain will sail for Loudon on greater than the city ordinances and will dwell' pleasantly for a longtime the tame' has to bo again supplied. The. and Treiuurer) .-LouU t.hvcitiUry Fox. 1. .i"-'

9f I.y.; sanctioned Gate's explanation satisfied in the memory of those who participated marvelous |part of it ill that the donkey leant of l>lrector -J.T. LanC&l\er. Isaac 8W ; ; '

the O>'rr4. and he was dismissed with _______ _ is more clean than mankind, for alter then ZuchiulM. L Brown and k,,Ni. FUheiA. K.Delouttt, "E.D, '
PharmacUts pf Florida are now the standing perfectly still fifteen or A. Burford. -
admonition to equalize the gait of twenty
j, itbe non at the Ocala U6nse and will hi* toam Silver Hprlntf lark minutes (hi'wing his cud, when he Hiram OCALA RIFLES.

ae to transact. .business. till to-rnor- Case 217 was that of Alex. Hollman Very dry for last two weeks. A .good Marls off with apparent (satisfaction The i (:CAt.111n-f A. Nub.
41.' I for using profane and obscene language, shower presented itself last week and old man says the joung gentlemen: at Fins I 1.lflllt'IIAn&-R. B. MrConnelU

(C The'Millwood belles, busses Mary, and and for which absent mindedness, he caused the farmers to smile this" stores would make, his "miter" tlel'on.t turty Mfllltlt'I.leutetunt-j'''''' E. Williams

1'\\ c Annie Waldo, ,accompanied by their was assessed $:3 J 185. Shade trees planted out on our M reelsby drunk bv giving him live or ten 'ntA'' FIRE COMPANY "
'."*, Number J1S. brought eforehis Honor, the Ladies' Improvement Society, worth of terharcer" at a time, but he' .s
y 4 friend Hey man.,are YlaltlDllriends (hUf -T. It, Ianeastel
: in the city. 1 was Kate McKenna, a ducky Venue, are commencing to show life and will watches and stakes"tie tlon1.vy'ltlf'dem horrnikii .Maurlc Rbelnauer '
jD whose Mai ton Dart, occupied acorn maud- no doubt encourage more to be }planted, tin1l'II.'t' are all exi'ee'tation, Mre.ther First MxlRtant-buns Volk. a

"We a. fe-leased to annouoc* (hat Mr.RoWrtJlarrill :ng Kite on the shores of Lake (pencer, County roads are now being worked PuKh, for your etory with a moral Included Bppoii.l"h uMlnum-, II. ,I.l\e&W,\O. Marshall
1 Rae on' the afreet to-day but whose hilarious and unseemly, high- upon by our supervisors and their men : as your turn comes next TwriitynvememnlperL"rt'larJ-.J /
and that Mrs. Van' Pelt "it deemed out of fl>'ing conduct, made her presence necessary The incorporation of our town at present Tilt TOnes,UUST, s .

': danger.: in the city's temple of justice on : excludes theme residing inside the limits The writer became a('(lualnh>,1 with HOOK AND LADDEROM"ANY..
the charge of keeping and maintaining : On Tuesday the 2tuT: most, the" young I'rNl.len'-AtrAm 1'almir.
Mr. J. A. Huellen and learned! that the
We understand a'move is on foot to a common, ill governed and disorder'y I people of our town will give a ball in knights all ride & --Wih.IlentL ..
willing to bill
Ronne.The. i Citizen Hall This ends the end were ; refiiNod'toll. iUrhardeco
purchase the old electric Jight! plant, organize i season
to do HO on act'.omit of the arches, Twenty uuinUri :.
a People's Light'Co..'and by all humor of the axe came out in the as the holidays are then over, a good there TULULA LODQIt
at wan Ior..1\1Ilalll/t'r their NO.
: / getting u.I.O.O.V"
e taking stock every citizen can have their testimony that Pies Sims, a high priest time can: be had! bj All wishing to participate limbs broken if (lie horse: went a little ". ;
homes lighted for a year for 80 cents. of equatorial complexion gave in the far [MerU evf>' Tuokday .vtuln ,] .
too to either Hide of track Mr Hu- t
case to show' how his pupils" in their The elcjKit is now in its proper, place W, H. ('hallll, N, ei, .

J Have you thought how kind the PharmacisU high: kit'klntA., had created the racketand bv the sawmill, and it will be fixed 1 up as ellen his is hone always neemeil successful to be afraid knight of, thear'h"8. but W. M,laiUulllm.ltll'h, I'hlllll I| Mrtreury.All cordially. It44.. I-

of the State are In tendering to not tho dusky! Kate, who made so with nil au-ommodat fir freight as anlll\lwl\'M

; s free Invitations"\ to be present at their many of the hearts of the "col'd gem. well as passengers he iniHs, *'d it on this (swayed t''a..ioll. the lift, OCALA CHAPTKH N0. 13, R. A. Ml) s

ball, which takes place at the Ocala men (perorate," but whose demeanor One clay last week the blacksmith Jl'LI.N ST. IVKKIilijatrh (eels ('nailer, Nu u, K A. u; Courawrbry'
t House to-night was that of a sucking dove and the lecture shoo at the Haw.mill was totally deutrenedbj Drat Muu hu Honor administered to the male fire Nothing was navel, although U. 'r"LoIIQ' n.r,
tanner un<1 Frill llrowt'r. J. H hMAiKK KfcreUry
It ,is no longer Is reel Brown, the Macnoha testator aid evident distorter of facts prompt assistance was rendered jga.FKESDYTKU1AN l
street but Brown of the the citizens Joaquin Miller on Florida anti CMURC
grocery For further particulars call on Mr ump by
BANNER Block where he now makes exhibit Bullock the urbane The belonging to M. h. I'araclUe.
f'f, city clerk Verdict, property Iii;". W II, OOTWUD,o.
". of M fine a line of edibles as can t3.&) of consolation fur the citvCabbage Schriver wan purchased I by )Ir. T M. ttlilor turmtr. Uitfmtih ami Fruit Gruutr: tI"t 1.alh. I MWlCttlkt A, M. end :'/. r
)be found in the State. --- --- Brown, of Mmooun The \gentleman Will allow I'HII il'hUIII A'IIIJ\ : A, M, WeUy I sander
i. A Away Up. brought( his wife and children along, (ion to yon one of Joa'me nun lillt'rIMt'IIt.t'rtain-vour alien- al 75); Seats free. Tbe public ._ y lard ; _/
Mr. Douglass Eichelberger only sleeps
and itt now tilling the coil A horse and I "
Will Morton of the tireless ing Utters on "Building a ranch thel'aeifie EPISCOPAL CHUHca
half the night these times The re- one and wer.* purchased and we wish i all by
imainder of the 24 ,hours he is in hiarw successful truck growers of Marion coun success wagon: to the new-comers ," published in the JurL1'ffl.lrnlof C Jl WLNIa' R-,

cabbage patch, hustling his help to get shipped last week from his 100 acrecairbage It is not impiohable that our summer of March >, ISK'J.\ eervtcseever' Auedayelmut3s! : T,14..
oft his immense crop. patch at Dunster, 3,700( crates will\ bring forth some work for few ItU i exceedingly interesting from a m, .tan lard, dine. ti"kU (rue. ..
This required some labor and trans- a Meridian's standpoint, as the following at S p. w.W. K. ChnmU.rlluUu US.
To reliable
( information
Mr Harry Wr lcht. son of Major jiortation. and for the latter he hired judge rom a brief extract will show : ------
few buildings will be erected the
& Wright, the affable and indefinable all the spare, teams in kala to put the future.A in near "Hut it is only in then same high, hot TRA VELKR'S GUIpt i

teller of the Merchants' National Bank, succulent and Teuton's favorite vegetable few of our orange grove owners will and dry ngions, far to the Mouth of this -- "

and son-in-law of General Bullock is in in the care be able Ui boast of a small crop this year slot| thy. tho Bay of ban Francisco, where Schedule of the S. 8T0. Ii
the city on bnMne connected. with hist Will is enthusiastic on the cabbage 1 have Keith, that '
Many trees are setting (fruit not enoughto you can surely Arrive frnn Il"u"auusa ........ s
)Macou Oft. Peed House ( and is Mill stepping around and r
question; securely .the olive the
t ship, but suceess and progress are two grow large Deals fur HOIJlu', ...a. .... _
,, like an Amlelusian game cock, daring noble things in the fruit dt'll artuient of orange: and I banana and all\ such tropical Iurulol .\...... .. .. ... .... ..N..?... all a
The clerk's! office is to date and truck in | Louie (pals f, .
countv up any every grower: Florida, our settlement and semi-troiural fruits to a profit >r iluwparaerat r

with its work and any new papers hand. to knock the &SGO" chip off his shoulder, Vegetables: are daily relished. by our And right hen' up jumps the furiousnew F, C A P. K. K., (Old F. R. 4 f t
i ed in will be recorded the same day which eavs he has the finest 100 acre families raised in their Californian to his feet and wtnits' to ,
own .gardens: Schedule, tii o '
:,they are presented Office hours from (Cabbage( patch, in the the State and it is with pleasure we now visitslot. bet all his last year's lottery tickets that i
:;' 630 in the morning till\ 5:30: in the even- TodavVill is forwarding several cars around here, where ambition and he is right in the "citrus bell" and tan I'Mucnger. south bound

,..t.J ing. No intermission for dinner' of extra bized cabbages to Chicago for I erseverance are visible. beat the world in growing any fruit that f'nwenrir' IMIUIIl LXMIIUI .,oFtrlcbe i,

which he received (2 J per crate on track. can: be mentioned. % ... .-.,, ,
:The, reference in esterelav's dally to \\etrusttliatallour! truck-growers are The Foot of a Fair Caittlllan. The truth is the new Cslifornian Is 1(1111 oosD.I'eseenger .

(Senator Dunn's return home to spend! equally successful Mrs Hooper( the favorite hostess of given to lying and besides thai he In arrlva.. lu Ocala1ala ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,4p ,
of his -- -
bosom family
I Sabbath in the fpolled N II
e the terribly ; you .mint not only !*- .
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the home like : ..
I should read in the bosom of his host of .'etlith a baby In her Arm.. Magnolia, has permitted sieve all\ he says; but von mu"t lit for him FrelRhtfn. ,:.: ,may .
this reporter to look at a trilled' foot uaer .,JL.Wat
Mr UUDn.s"better ???
friends and admirers, as Died very suddenly on last Wednea- winch from .its aristocratic instep, couldhave If you care for his favor Ilui xlxs. tp.Tt.wn Ticket Ayent.F. .=
[ half' and son Johnnie are in 10 Mrs IValdron Having once lived in Florida, and indeed r
day, April Mary living belonged to none other than one
S. R. R. Time
[Tallahassee being humblest of the foundersof Table. e
two miles houth of Orange Springs( of Aragun's or Caa.t Wan'II fair maid
-- This estimable lady had served her It is needles tit let imagination loose I. the Honda hautauqu.1, as all know, sours KOI'Mb. -

tMr. S T. Townsend, a homesteaderKearSuintervilleanla (ICK! and fellow-creatures for nearly on this symmetrical, dainty portion of fairwoman's I ran Bay truly, anSI with comparative Passenger.. anifl'.. In.. former atucheef knowledge that California will .........
Mxtv-hve had been consistent never be --_ .
a could
the Brick City Printing. Co., is in they of years anatomy, or we a tale unfold able to compete with tjie land of Ponce Freight 1. :: :: :: ............_..... ..oM A..
member the Primitive Baptist churchfor whose
at the diapnenoiis texture would ................_lZO: IA M
taking in the grand; display thirty-five years sad .. for put to blush Rider Haggard's. greatest effort d.on! in growing oranges and many OaTH BOl'Mll. ,.
position and blushing! with pride atmter' with, other fruits
f good She was regarded kindest at imaginative ,.
arrives I In o
magnificent spread, most of a flee.tioi's bv all her neighbors, and is regarded It was found in the calcariotis deposit It add, greatly to the fore of this to rAllfl.nltr .. a''H.........._.MMM.1J.2&7'15:: A f ly'M
ich is due Mr Barwick. an irreparable lows to the comniunity in )Ir. \gnew's lime quarries remember that he is writing about his : Freljht.. : ':. :: ......_......... II -
health the own ranch in California. ..............._...I2: IIAttentloo
Being in perfect
Mr Fred Welhejwants: it distinctly starteti 'tuning] with her daughter-in-law Mr Chandler Yonge is a born worker I once came across this l eatitiful bit t
.jderstood that he is the proprietor ofeihe's from the |g.en of Joaquin Miller :
holding\ one of her little grandchildrenin iri wood All know the wine set he
O'ala .
he Illllest
and The
jewelry establishment, her arms, when in a second of time, turner! out of a solid block of ash, and efforts of every cultivated and
n't when people goLo refined soul to regain Paradise After this day and during
feel complimented the grim monster .death which attracted tto much attention Jut by making April, meet
his store and sav '";:oney where" isar less victim, and the was immediately year at the Jacknonv lie Hub,Tropical ,! a little rdtn of hn own on earth is kinKuarly Ings will |1..e held on all Tuesdays and

pat I want to buy a watch. Mr. borne beyond the realms of terrestrial and )! to the visitors at lit evidence of the beautiful and Thursdays. Your attendance U requested, 6
Hi is vouthful in looks, but he has aa things. our Semi-Tropical, and now he I piteous story of Paradise and expulsion.. O. A. Nun, CapUio. '

1 head on him for time keepers. Our tenderesteymppathieaareextended I a new triumph in the cup apiarswith he has MARY K:. HAMMOND April 12, I8 t9. leap '

I' lr. Daniel McIntyre father of our to her host of sorrow'inr friends and relatives. I produced! from ora ge wood, which the Hackcttstown.: :J. J., April( 1, J&89. Wanted ..

heat and Pete, Her husband was the Hev Jew tire on Magnolia street gave In Mr. D A. ,
Alex House
r taken young charge men of ,the abstract office Waldron. J. H BRH.SON. Miller's killed<
Connection with What is BO fine iu the cups that under theelev Illver. Fault HUCUAKOT. "

f friend Mr. Batty Capt.Cribtxtt.will embark in after City Taxes trict light they have the transparencyand ( A large and commodious boarding d& wIt aprll Bellevler, FI&.;' I ,

has properly inducted the above Mr. Frank Gadson it ready to receive smoothness of Parian marble. They house with servants' honse, stables
aed gentleman into the mysteries of your city taxes. If not paid by the 30th must be MQ and critically examined to yard, etc., to rent on easy terms. Address For Bale.

lrf titles, we have been unable to of April, books will be closed and the fully/ appreciate the kill and dexterity Mu. fur Wjuuua.m > A (!Om outfit by (

delinquent fiat advertised,so call around. of the wood worker. dlt w3ter.tal River lia. Bottling WorUkattling J2apr ddiln! t G m 1

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DIPLOMAS J. C. Phiel and brother Orleans, Cit CLOSING OUT

ended Committee rus county, inlaid wood: work, one
Art om square and two round tables. Stock Sale. at K. )toot & Company'sStables. T1IELOST CHORD
Work, Em Mrs. J. I). Stockton, painting on Ivory, .
'I broidery, Etc., Etc.Clarke (portrait) Leroy'Marion county. We will offer for sale for the next

Secretary Florida 1rikn Mr,. D. II. Irvine, celluloid painting, thirty days fifteen head of good driving
and Se mi i a- Orange Lake.Arrasene and work horses at much less than their B sure and read this splendid
'Tropical piece,
,illiatYour Sir Ejrporitlon, work, Mrs. Stotesbury, Ocala. present value. Do not miss! this opportunity
: Mrs. M. Williams, Citrus county, Tapestry to buy a good horse cheap. O-ir WE .4 EE POSTS/
terms cash E. ROOT etc ('o.,
committee work.Mrs. are
+ ar __ embroideries on ladies' needlework \ L. A. Bennett, Citrus county, Livery Stables, O'-ala, Fla. E acb line will make your' desire Incrt'4Ie.ISN'T .
t' fancy work, etc, crystal painting. Saprd A w 1mFine

respectfully submit the following repcrt : Mrs. J. Pardoe, Crystal River, pen THAT GOOD ?
I'REMIUMS. \ manship. New Good of all denrrtptlona
For best county display of ladies needle) Charles Clark, Silver Springs Park, I will sell at public auction, in Ocala,': are

work, embroideries,jancy work, home Florida canw.Woodward on Monday, May\ 6th. 1889, the Electric Sateens of )
made preserves, jellies, canned fruits, Automatic Stereopticon, Light; Plant, l lamps, tool, implements livery; shade
etc., Marion countY-$50. Sumter con: uty. and franchise! belonging to the estate of I ,

Special premium for best guava jelly, Mrs.. E. It. Fleece, Wildwood, Sumtercount Adin E. Waterman deceased\ Terms Just pouring in our upacl-ms tore.BKAUlifUL .

Miss Annie Lee, Leesburg-$10. ) flower stated can be made easv.! A !plen.1id invest" :
Special premium-oil painting, Miss Miss Manly, Ocala, painting on china, meat SARAH E. WATKBMAX: ZEPHYR CLOTHS.

Mary Ilocker, Leesburg-''The last meet Misi\ Frankie Herndon, Leesburg. Administratrix.BCLLOCK /A
ing between Queen Elizabeth and Queen painted china butter plates. I A BCRTORD, Att'y for Ad'rx. I i, pretty as you ever saw.
The Prmident, has appointed/ Joel I). Mary ;"$10.Special Sirs N lUrco, Citrus county, beauti leapt d2t wtd I
Erhardt Collector: of Custom at the portof premium-water colors-Miss ful handkerchief quilt. Fine Table Linen Towels Etc.
JNew Yrkfts<..COrnelius Van Colt aaMalorJO.'N"'Saussey i Smith,Ocala-" llosles and Pansies ;" $10. Composition in music bY lUPUS' Ocala Save Your Money. ,

POltmaMr....:;_.."" Special premium-knitting and sew SclrooloflfusicDirs.Anklel'arkerPrin Be !pure to call at the sel'oIHhan.1\ ) M ogre flilks ChlnaSllki and Surahi
II ing-Mrs. Wilhite, an aged blind lady, I cipal. Ftore under the Montezuma lintel!, before too.
general freight Lake county; $.5. Mrs. J. B. Luther, Fruitland Park, sill you buy anything you may need DAMASK TABLE CLOTHS
and passenger. agent( of the S. S., O. & G. Special premium to Miss Minnie Arm cocoon stand cover. You will find new and nearly new fnrn'- DOYLERS

R R. came down on Saturday; and spent! strong, Centre Hill, Sumter county-oil 1 Mrs. James Armstrong, Center lull ture, crockery, lamps, pictures and i in' 'I I odds LInen, Lawns and ChailIM not a few.
Sunday with hm. family at this place. painting; S. Sumter county, landscape! in oil. short, it i ig a medley store and the only
The f Major 'informs us that hi, mother, Special(? premium for merit to Mrs. f:. Sumter county, artistic/ sign in wood, real bargain tore in' town. Embroidery Linen Plain. aD
who resides In Savannah, is one of the B. Fleece, Wild wood, Sumter county- Sumter county, design and taste i in SApd3wl. Stamped,
.heavy loosen hv the recent terrible fire Japanese quilt; $5. arrangement New j shades In llfnriettas
its that. city.-f>(outh Florida Courier.; Special! premium i of merit to Mrs. Mrs. Knight, Belleview, Marion coun NOTICETo pretty sight to !let
..;,UtJf"....... .. !. ty, rustic stand
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n. u. fleece, WlldwoooU, oil painting- Hamburg
Can't do Without the Manner.UAOKXSTOWN "Entrance: Into Bethlehem ;" |5. H. Hafele, display of bread, artistic all Whom It :May: Concern. Embroidery.and Kne; Lace

,( MI)., April 13,1889. Special premium for Palmetto work, design of loaves I have this day t-old) and transfem-d, & each line of Dress
.20 tAe Editor Banner : to Mrs. G. C. Ingram, Lake Weir, Marion display Mrs. Mary of wine.A. J. King Crystal River, my entire Bottling Business to the Ocala Goods the (nicest must be.they

f fr- .Please find enclosed Me. in postage county ; $5.Special premium. to Miss Lela Rogers. Display of jellie, Lake county. and Bottling run the(Works"entire, which business.will take All mv charge old Ribbons all Shades & Width
tamps for A. Greenleaf
subscription for 6 months Marion county-pastel painting ; $2. Crystal River, display of customers are hereby referred to hem I ,
fmore, to your valuable and interesting Special premium to W. Hutching, wwie. and) are requested temp 1 all orders for IM (nest line of
:l" paper, for I feel as though I could not Ocalapainting on brass. "Horses Fine display of needle work and em. uoods direct! to them. Ginghams that you did ever see, without your paper to read now, for I Heads ; i-\ broidery rs. C. I.. Bowling, Mrs. Snow Sinned L.I DIE'S''
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ll] CARI'UJ.L.Ocala .
1'1'W&8 down in your city last spring andt. SPCciallremium to Miss Drudie Agnew dent Mrs. McGrath, Marion county ; Mrs. : CHILDREN SHOES
8th 1S9.
April !
around Silver Springs Park far two Oca.,painting/ on glass, Glass T. F. Hay, Mrs S. J. lardoel'lre. J. B. fj h just step In arid
r months and Hunter Mrs. ll'aprdlt:! w2 try ui; see If It will
i 1'Iexceedingly well Panel;; $2.Special 0 H. Borland, Citr s county ; not an
pleased with climate and in fact I Mrs.A.J. Farris, Mrs. J.J. DickinsonMrs. I -orR
every premium to Mrs. Gamsby, I Notice. GDODS:: ARE FIRST Ql'ALITY.
i u thing I saw and the I was treated Ocala s. A. Durant, Lake and Mrs.
way -painting on china ; $10. county, E. The
BO tnuclf that the reason I don't subscribe Special premium to J. C. Pheil,Orleans, B. Fr_!,ce, Sumter county. city market and will be closed hereafter X ceol your expectations on the spot.
Sunday nothing be
4 for a year is because I and part of Citrus county--inlaid wood work 2. Private display of works of art, Dr. G. can purchased
, ; !' at the stalls This' Is I
; by order
my family are coming down to stay the Special premium of merit to Mrs. H. and J. C. Perme. o Beantlfnl Figured Cballlcs
the 5c
r : ; winter and of city market men lOapr dwlt per Yard
anyway, buy land. Wed Mary Williams, Crystal Iliver-watercolor Display quilts, Citrus county.
have lots at Silver Spring Park now, but "Pluma$2.; Mrs. F.. Pardoe, Citrus county, display I For Sale. I -,
will buy an orange grove tract. The; of bronze statue. I -Also
r Special premium to Mrs. Davis, Le- a fine line ofGENTS'jCLOTHrXG
s are also about 15 or'JO) families coming Canto, Citrus 'Ounty--qui\t\ ; $2. Mrs. M. E. .akins, Sumter county, I A desirable, partly improved place for -
S P; along with us to your State this fall. Special premium merit to Miss Vera hair work. sale cheep containing ten acres with 111))

Some already own land there now. Itiggs, Thompkinsville, Citrus county- Display shell work, R. Thompson, orange trees in \grove, part of them in ,
e t SAMUEL II. MII.LKR. hammered brass; $1. Key West. bearing all kinds of fruit and( shrubb,,TV, Shoes Hats( and Furnishing
Mrs. Sarah K. Hart Belleview near S. S. 0k G. railway, and Roiu"< :Goods at
Special premium to Mrs. M. E. Atkins'Orange display opostoffice
Sparta (Oa.) Inhmaelu.!
Home, Sumter county-hanker- of jelly. Marion county Fla: ., reason for -1-
5t': Southern Farmers. chief quilt: $2. Mrs. Charles Oil.snn. -. Crahemoilln--_u__.un" selling.! have more land, than I want. VBUY LOW 1'IlICES.BENJAMIN .

t. A. There Is more than one conclusiveI Special premium to T. M. I.ickards,, display of preserves. Inquire of T. G. MARTIN, --1-, -

I reason why the farmers of the South Candler, Marion county -honey ; $2. and Mis-J.| Owens, Marion county fruits loapr; d Romeo<-wlra, P. O., Murion Co., Fla. & FOX.Palaco .

j.. should raise their own horses and mules! Special premium to Charles Clark, pickles.
and make provision crops the main con Silver Spring l'ark, Marion county- Mrs. W. Sinclair, Candler, marmelade.
sideration. The plan: of making cotton 'lort.1& canes ; $:. Mrs. O J. Worcester, Lake county, oil For Sale or Kent.

r the main crop, and using the proot' ds to Special premium to Mrs. II. S. Wells, painting, Peaches and Plums. Nice, new, two-stnry house-five large Drmr D Store !
t purchase ..applies for farm and family, Ocala-Berlin wood on velvet ; J>2. Mrs. A. J. Farris, Yalaha, l Lake county rooms, with bath and waterworks !?
t' bas been faithfully tried for more tha i Special premium of merit to Irn.! A. J. water melon preserver throughout, two squares of Gmrt-house. !Y
a ecore of years, and the fact that now Farris, Yalaha, Lake t-'Ount--Afghan ; Lake Mrs. C. B. Kennard Drakes Point, For pale or for rent, apply to John G. :
12. county, orange Reardon.
.. those who have acted upon it are j poorer preserves _
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than when they I began to farm under that Special; premium of merit to Mrs. H. Mrs. Godfrey Thompkins, Wildwood, -- --
, i programme shown. conclusively the radical / G. Wright, Oxford, Sumter t.'Ounty-Af. Sumter county, canned peaches. ----- -- -- WHOLESALERetail
, w S defect of the svstem. At best, the ghan ; *2. Mrs. 1) II Baker, Orange Home, Sum- -SINCLAIR-

t ;' margin of profits In cotton growing in. S of merit to Mrs. C. ter county, canned pears.
f, email, even when it I is surplus crop; I., Bowling, Marion county-display of Mrs. H. I). Williams, Lake county may THE SHOE MAKER -ASD-
i'/ 55 but when It Is made the main crop, and needle work, embroideries fancy work, pop syrup, Lake county.
ta thereby burdened with the cost of I I etc.; frj.Special; MUd Maniy.\ Ocala, painting on china. I Drugs !
*t meat, lard, flour and other neceswarieHthat premium/ of merit to )Irs. Hair, Mrs. Sarah K. Hart, Belleview, Marion -1--
?. M'' could beasily produced on the Oi'ttladisplay of needle work, embroideries county, display of jellies
,, a( farm the margin totally disappears, anda fancy work, etc.; :$3. Mm. Charles Gibson, Grahamville, Sti"; leads in the race for good -0-
deficit appear in its stead We venture Spf'ciall'remil1ll1 of merit to Mr. S. J. display' of preBerves. -ALL KINDS OF-

.'\..::' ,,' to say that here Is not, in the whole Partlou, Crystal River, Citrus county Miss J. Owen, fruits and reserves. CHEAP LEATHER OILS, STATIONERY
'.... State: a prom>eiou farmer who follows display of needle work, fimlroideru-H. Gainesville Furniture Manufacturing TOILET

("c,,' this plan of farm operation. The pros fancy work, etc; $>.;. Company furrili display of magnolia and ash Try t.. Pair I\fI.1 I >e Convinced -A NilFANCY ;
perous farmers in this county, for In. Dickipedson a1prt'millll1lfllwrit to Mn J. J. ro. W(..\tiIlK of their dal
G stance,are those who make cotton their Okahtimpka, Lake county- U. U. Waterman, gents' clothing. Qualities. ARTICLES 'r#
and is display needle work,embroideries J. A- Row ell, case of hoes. 4
surplus true of
:to crop a few fancy HARNESS LEA HER
would be true of all, under the same I work, etc.; $"1. Howard Academy, colored school ex SHOE LEATHER rnplete' Stock I IWe
', conditions.But pn'(-ial premium to Mrs J'me Payne, hibits of maps| and class! work. Lace Leather --0--
Citrus county-Palmetto hats A siipplimentary report/ to follow Cut to any Size or Shape ban
.. In addition to these considerationsof s ; $2. in ne but the finest, bands 0' cigars
a financial sort, why the Southern 1'Pf'c1alpremlulll to Mn Patti A. Bell, a day or two of several! articles/ and exhibitors Wanted. Headql1an81"1 for Wall paper and .ardew weds '

farmers should grow their own provision Citrus 'ounty-wine exhibit ; 2. not yet decided on.DR.TIIOS.P.. HARNESS & SHOE WRIOnT rilAZKR,
supplies, there is a strong |political Special| premium to Mrs. T. L. Green, GARY, FINDINGSOf PuILlC BgoaRe
reason which ought! not to be lost sight Lake county--candied lemon {peel ; $1. I MRS. ALLON :MCNROB, all kinds in Stock. : : : OC.iU.SjarnS)ru
:] of. Under present' farm methods at the Special premium| Mr*. M. Wilhite. MRS. Y. I'. CKICHTON, 8fet
\. South, the Western farmers have a trust Lake county-candied. citron ; $1. MRS.! N. J1Uu'ollt ...
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controlled market for their productB- rremium for best display of ladles' ;\ >i. I.. EU"UINLAUD:: MA3TEIt's;: SALE. ; ..'... TgE : : ;
profitable to them and extremely bur needle work, embroideries fancy work, MRS.T.T. MCNROK, AND BV : REDU TI N: ... i
densome Jto the people of the South. Alice sewing machine to Mrs. Mus. C. J. J'iuley.Judw foreclosure rendered by the lion J. .-...............-...... ............... .. ;::;:: i ij
. ,L Those farmers are the bitter political enemies Vogt, Ocala-presented by the CLARK, Marion '" of the Circuit Court, in and for ..... ...............-.....-
? X>f our section, and they never White Sewing Machine Company, of MBS. \\") SINCLAIR, IHsa, herein County: I,was Fla, on the 9th day of February, ... .....
Cleveland, Ohio. Value $100. MK. W.W. HtTHINGS a certain appointed bpeclal Master in --j
lose an opportunity to declare themselves cause therein
Special MR.\ J. M. :M. HoLMh3, pending between HENRY: ; OF STOCK .r.-!
Bucn. Feeling secure in the possession premium to Mrs. Burford- STRKATOR THOMAS al. executors of the estate of :

I of their Southern market, where water Meritorious colors display of paintings in oil, Committee. J.\: '!,'et ,al ft,*as complainants .......----..[....-......__...._!.._......-.........
they reap trast-produced prices oaftheir and crayon work ; $5. ants, 1 will offer'.public sale defend r
-'---- on ....._.
provision crops, they show no disposition Special premium to Mrs. A. J. Farris, Magnolia Nursery.T in front of MOXD4 the con t 1'.house APRIL 1ST. 19S3. MEANS Gdb"iis"AT" *"*"*-*
; > to unite with the people of this section Yalaha, take t'Ount-hammeroo brass The finest and best ,,' the t, door at Ocala, Flori! ta, * oat

,w y In the war against the thieving high and painting ; $2. trees for the least money variety, to be of had orange of ty der, for situated(' heth flowing described sell to the real highest proper bid ...-...--..-!! ......AND.............BELOW.......-.--...COST.....- k
la ..
uirunu J. W. A F. I). WAITE, The east half of Mi tl e rloti southeast County,uarterd to wit: -..... .........-...--.;..........--... .......-
peopleke t Mrs.\ paisley, Marion wSfebtd. Belleview fire quarter of section I
county, wine Fla. section eight illcin .l.I
display. ; townthip /fifteen souther ngr
ricultural South from the burden and Mrs. T. M. I.ickards, Candler, Notice to Ocala Tax 1'aycrs. twenty twenty-threeeUtcontaining acres more or lew one hundred and I I

i thievery of hlgft tariff taxation, they jelly. guava I am ready to collect city taxes for 1SSS. i ),fay[The 6tb.abort 18*. sale la postponed until Monday, .__... .E......................._..._..._..._...l.I .._ 1m
111.i lose no opportunity to aid in perpetua- )}rs. W. H. McCormac, Leesburg,guava FRANK GADSON, "'-'-"-
tlli- -It.. jelly.. __ 3aor dim w4t City. Tar--- tv-_>.llA.-t. \.r. Marl, FORREST L. ROBERTSON. ,_ TIE r PACBSNOWDEN : : --"" "-
h. '< -.
; .There Is one way In which their eyes James nine, KUSUS, Lake display ---- -- "" ------...-.. .. ..
county, --- ---
, can be opened, and that way Is the loss of 150 varieties of bird eggs The First National Bank of Ocala will MASTER'S BALK. -........ ..-..-...-..- -
Southern market for their bread.atufi's W. pay all school warrants properly
of Hutching, Ocala, painting on en AND BY ,
and hop products. When the farmers yeas and brass (oil.) dorsed. )J. L. PAYNE:, UNDER of chi OF. T1'E J. FINAL I I
FifhdCm J.
County Supt. Public Judge cull Court nnleT. ---
of the South become self-sustain Miss Smith, Ocala, painting in oil Instructions. Marlon ot florida tor 1-
ing in these particulars, the Western far C. H. Colby Ocala, crayon work. 8apr2t the cause county wherein on tile TAI.80TT 4th day or A Pro, lli"'9. In -!

C men will be forced to look for a market Miss Jene Kellogg, Ocala, in A full line f.lalnanl.l. and BENJAMIN F. EARLY SOS aN nom .L
pansies of Easter Cards in great I. the", deIehirc ::= ..... .
variety :
That search will lead them :: -
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elsewhere. : ::
:i thudupon :
beyond the confines of the United States, oil.Mrs.. J. M. Streator, Ocala, display Depot, just received at the Ocala News lie outcry before the andawill Court oder J 'sale l si pub. .-......... ....... ..-
and will convince them of the necessity pencil pictures.Ocala llapr dlw wit l'Ia., On the House door In Ocala, I M ::F.r.s.HE.L'S I

S p of reciprocity In trade between nations, Graded ochool, display of Team* Wanted.R. : 'Tl1 D.t Y of 11.r.lm. ._._._"_.._

if the best of results to all at interest are Mrs. James Armstrong, Center maps.Hill, S. Marvin: of Martin Station, who scribed to the highest property bidder Ten for cub the follo1lftnc de. _..._...-.........-"'--' ,

: Bought to be attained. Moonlight after the storm," oil paint. has the contract to supply rock for St. leg cleared ; ,with acres house of lend, more or !I OCALA. -
well I of I FLORID"I
this view of tho matter the sod orange tree water : : 1
Taking ing. Johns jetties, wants a number of teams lion three, northwest nursery On same aitu&t\ld In lee. _.._.._.....:........_ I
II justified Mrs. E.: O. Brown quarter ot the __
JtunatKU t1eSainionel Gary, Ocala, oil to haul same. Apply at Martin Station. quartet. In township tblrteeu. northwest -
the strongest possible p paintings-display of merit. 6apr d10t wit ty two east 0 oommene1nl at post south rallKe twen. ctrl
aides for the conversation of the Kepuu- 1Ur. Boyington.! Marlon county, oil eectton! ODe hundred and sixty 'ards oorner eu&of of said
) firmer of the West will be the Yes That's railroad thence two hundred the
; lican painting. Magnolia Blooms. what I Said. IOUth. e&at and Ill yards A
engagedforphome Miss Tallulah Atkins Orange Home, I have several" fine Villa the ce west two bundred a10nl and Ihe railroad to poet, McFARLANE, rALL
Franca thJny-eigbt
provision Samtercouny,1erltorloUi very to line ot Major Johnson's Jarol -DiLmsJijf__
the crayon work, lemon buds for sale at $3 per thousand, of oommetxna two hundred north 10 place
consumption. portraits Governor Fleming and John besides some varieties of cheap. Bald tract of land beenQ and sixty yards. KINDS OF
oranges nonweat FURNITURE
reaions given for making F. Dunn. northwest quarter of
two guarterof
The Budding a specialty the best' northwest
of refer quarter ot
Southern' farmers selfoustalng ought tq Mrs. M. E. Atkins, Orange Home, ences given ation. UlI'M township thirteen south. range section '
t on app1I: two east betas twenly.
with all intelligent farmt Sumter silk situated In Marion -0-
be conclusive county hankerchief quilt, E. D. COATS, di. Sat& property to be sold to eattsfy county Plorl
exquisite machine work. 5aprtit wl erso r. L said dc. Trrav :soma 1JrJ8TofrcP'6Crr.01l
er* Stanton, Fla. J.O. REARDON, Con Boa R08RT80N: or hua';.00MJ0un
Muter.a '" Puce

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This Exposition, incorporated under the laws of tho> :.It.* u.: 1 rrih.: Ollt'I1"d IIt--- :

ALA, MARl K mm, FLORIDA, l l T'111! iT 21i 889r:;' tpr


CLOSE MAY FIRST 1889.This ..

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will] be an Exposition of Pomological, Horticultural and Agricultural products of Floridaami her soils, timbere? oods, minerals and live t+to'kt aid in addition article :a':;". .
and products of general interest from all States and countries. Entry is open to the world for the display of its product*. No charge for entries nor : spa' :"for the produtta or j. I
manufactures of Florida. ... \f ,
The United States Experimental Station for improvement and development: of products indigenous to this section has been lOC teal contiguous to our exposition ground 1d..
fcgr-We finite exhibits of,all descriptions particularly those: l pertaining to the art, mechanics andjagriculture: guaranteeing uniform courtesy to all exhibitors. (:

CASH PREMIUM LIST, $3,500. % : ..\

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GEO. W. WILSOX, President WM. FOX, Firht Vice-PresIdeuL DIl.II.| KNIGHT, Second Ice-PreeldentC. \
W. CAMPBELL, SK., General Manager.: G. S. MAYO, Treasurer. J.O.;; CJAUKE:( """A')).


InR FiisI National Bank ''Tlm I M.crclmnts'' National Bank{ Anti I --Trlf't'Mon liDrugANn a 1

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Ocala, Florida __OF> bcA Ar -- ; !
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. yFald Up Capital, ; ; Authorized Capital, CAPITAL SURPLUS,STOCK-- $50OO.OO;3,1Ir0.00OFFICEIts ( -IN- \ 1

$50,000. L *'' $150,000. C0 1P14 T1 1 NLSS OP K

P.' ,W.A(1v19,1're.. i n t> l W.ll.COlCIIV.I............>.rv...*. JNO. F. Dos, IrPilet... .t Quality of Goods and Lq #
E. 1*. Jh4MtKll7l.! J ier tWndent. -oGOOhS "
R. B. J1tCorlrau. Quhifr

Bring, now ntablithtd in our new and truant Hank building wart prepared to guarantee ; -0- #it:
A.. McINTY'RE, C2 I=I tatisfaetton to all. -I.ouled seri door to Flra'Nal'f
General Banking butinev& traniacted. Exchange bought and told, i

SURPLUS $7,000.00 iJ I it t

P. One of the finest and best equipped banking houses in the State owned l by.the
[bank. We have special! facilities! for making Collections on all ai-cvsaible! points ,
r We will extend every courtesy and favor to our customers consistent with safe -
[oankingand shall give prompt and careful attention to all business! entrusted to us
i We so :.t your BANK ACCOUNT and all business In our line and JNO.}o". DUNN, v ?.DI''IUuF.o,
I guarantee entire satisfaction. CJIAR.RIIEINAUER.HARVEY KNIGHT j:A. EINNTEIN: ,

Importers & Traders National Bank, Now York, >. Y.; Doors,min.U' '

outhern Bank of Georgia. Savmah.f9 .
all cities in the West.MONTEZUMA.
Special Correspondents in important 6"atiow1l :. -
feet \ Park Bank 0''New York ,, .
Nalica41 Bank StJtIQ1"aJa f J1a Ot&r7/fahon4l t Q an tIn 0Il0fl.I: A. E. DELOUST. ... '. '.
THE BW1049 uinUU Banking Company, LovitvUU, 1,1 amu.u .

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Main Street, Ocala, Fla C. F. BREWER & 'C On

Jewelry Store -Drug .Line-,

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The Hotel of the City.EE his line. Call and examine -roa_ :". r

IMNNN ..-....-...--...............-.....-......-........-.....-....--- for yourself. TilE PLACE TO FINDJTHEMDELOUEST "' '
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Strlngtrfor:IMusIca Instruments a DR -.ur -
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lot : 10 1Il s 10800 Sixteen miles south of Ocala; on

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"Beautiful Lake Weir"
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Win 'e Bond Purchase.Jl HCKS MEETS ALL TRAINS

W *lMMrton| i eeei bed press dis

,itch O.' 11ytl1 Its,1 :ft f Fine Boating, Sailing, Gunningand

The total amount of,bonds purchased Fishing.
to data HnJ the circular of April 17th. Transient Rates $2,00 to
it>$1a1,.,060,of which x$o5,983,650( were per I
4'*, and I$79,792,500, were 4Js. The total Day, Weekly Rates $10.00 and
cost of.these bonds was $259,332,441, of
Upwards to Loca-
? which\ 'amount* $71,032,264 was j paid for accordlag
4eand$89,400,177 was pasd for 4js. tion of J
$Hfl'WISDOM'S CIRCULAR. Addressj /i1,
Knee Secretary Win Join has been In H. J. ROSENBURG
office he has purchased bonds to the ,

,amount of $12,830,9oO at a coat of $14- Late of Park Avenue Hotel, New York MaD..r., and cfu. j
'_,1>78. Of these bonds $4,656,250 were ton House, Niagara tails.Opon .f i
and the amount p.iid on them was .I
,008,3d4had these! bonds been al- DLTA All Year.WEIHE.
4t wed to run to maturity the principal
d Interest would amount to $8,005,212,
is $2,048,048 more than theirpresent
It \'. < cost, Including the premium. ,
'S': The 4s{ purchased during the period
; t. amounts to $8,174,700, the coot of which
+ .. was $8,826,215. If these bonds had been
.allowed to mature thegoverntnenCwould
have had to pay for them, principal and
Interest, thesum of $91J4,354beingadif.
I: .: 'ference of $268,140'ln favor of their Well Clock 1
,. +4A: present purchase. Jewelry
t :! The total apparent savings to the
J' government by the purchase of both
classes of bonds at the present time is LINE!
+2317088.) One striking feature of then
figure is that while the purchase of 41sl' } 0 -0-
a ;' was nearly double that of 4s, the saving
1 l' on the latter in interest, is nearly ten Repairing
times as great as the saving on the 4Js. a Specialty.;

II Of the $12,830,950 worth of bonds purchased -
by :Secretary Windom nearly -0-
$1O(MJOOO, have "been offered since April 1
, 6, which is the date on which he indicated -LoCATED( o.v WEST SIDB OF sQl1uzJmJt)- g
his willingness ta pay 129 foAm in .
preference to paying a fraction moret'
than 108 for 4J!s.

In view of the early maturity of the
.'< \ 41} per cent loan and the consequent I i--..:....
?; Datural decrease in the premium on ;

these bond, the growing smallness of THE BEACON & ADAMS ,
the offerings causes no little suspense at
the treasury department. One of the ABSTRACT OOYPANY.1 '
officials cf the department in speaking -1-
t'' of this subject this afternoon, saiu it was .
no secret that Sf'cretary"Indom re, /S 7HE PLACE 70 GET THE F C7S
LFb garded 108 as higher price for 4)s) and
that Leas not disposed to continue -1-1OrnC'l
their purchase much longer at that price
.. especially in view of the present easy :, : : OCALA Hocsi
elate of the money market His actions
on next week's offering will therefore MASTEU'S SALE shim
; .' be watched with considerable interest THE OCALA HOUSE.
Arrival at our Hotel UNDER offort-climure I'l'n.lcrtJJ bjr lion. J J. Kinley. .
Judge of the Circuit 1 I Court,In and for Marloncounty. I E. B.
OCALA liars, April 15.-J. O. Clarke, Florida, on the; 2fith day of March; A. U, I RICHARDSONTIIE ,
low Iti r a emu* wherein CLARA B, WAI.LACK'
.. city ; A.T. White,'-; Daniel Miller, n, ai? are complainants and UEO. II. DAVIS,ftat. -, }
New York ; II, P. Loveland, Indiana-) are ( In which decree I was appolnted'peclal f
ii lis ; Chas. II. Morris, Chicago; H. K. at;:the court iIMt'house.i will door offer in formic Ocala I, at Florida puMlcoutcry The Leading Hotel of the City Finest Livery in the City
, Hayes, Mrs. Hayes', Chester, N. J.; II. B. to the highest i bidder for cash,on.V0.VJM ,
: Leonard, Tampa ; D. W. Snyder and I'. NAY6TH. A. D. less/ -0LEAOING r
f .' wife, Tarpon Springs:; ; J. P. Primley mid the. followlnr dcmrtbed property, to-wit: One SALES STABLE
wife, Elkhart, Ind.; H. H. Hewitt and HAW will complete, one tatter one engine andtwo -AND-
A wife, 1O l1lln}ton, III.; Jno. Dixon, sircular i millwiwii, now located and o|*ratliiir.
e' at Rock HpriiiK*. Marion county, Fla. Hold tossUsfy 1. ,l.S
'r T.tusville ; ft. P. Watson, J. Britton, said dual:: dvcree.KUHKKST.
Jacksonville ; 11.C. Cushman l'enMt.'olaj; : L. KOREKTSON.!\ ) UNSURPASSED IN APPOINTMENTS TO ANY IN THE STATE!
Sarah A. Knapp, D. Wing, Waldo. JMO.0., KEARno I *. Sol'r hpecUl tapril3od MaMer.Complainant GEORGE McKAY,
MoNTEZt'MA HOTEL, April 15.-Q. 1'
Smith and wife, lleddick ; C. A, Crawford -, -- -1-I i ARCHITECT AND BUILDER,
Pannnaoffkee Fla; W. D. Morton,
Eureka; E. Ennis, Willie Ennis, Marion US DESIGNS AND ESTIMATES
connty : J. H. Jury, Bartow ; F. I* Mar. Brt 4,ea% :eat: Repainted Inside and Out I -Furnished 1
tin and( wife New York ; L F. SarK-s KNOWN TO TO BC ssrlss on,!AppllcaUonD -

and wife, Philadelphia.. rAILCLJRE S4 i0 ANY HGCC. --;-ANDRE -
4 : : "Orange andSUU; *,
:Mr. J D.CourLoy and Alva C. Atkena, N CACYSONVOIIIErti. V OCALA .
% ton of State Hepr'epresentative Atkena, IT03DAYS [MCDY lTTED THOROUGHLY WITH! ELEGANT FLORirI.
were In town today] from Orange Home, FURNITURE l.a3lsI.
; Sumter county, taking in the Exposition
their place is (lie.
These young men say --
' and that Col. Atk- I. J. BROKAW
v home of prohibition I I r .
ens and his family are among the stronget I. o. rl'1.UI. JaMxecHaea
r persons on that question in Sumter FULLER .t C1LICK; -1-

r county. Besides a flourishing temperance DEXTISTS. BEAUTIFUL AND THE MARION COUNTY NURSERYMAN. .
society Orange Home is also theE LAWNS GROUNDS
literary society, which is Special attention ttr.tclas/! Crown Bridgework
home of a fine Gol14l'latl'l., and all oprrallau pertain' .)
, doing great good for the.young. people' tag lo the Ix-utal Art. Oa lralntMiere lor the
painlrM extraction of Uflh. OOtce In Tint -1-
' Wanted. Viatonal/ lllIllllulldlujf llctAtf I
Situation OFFERS
''.fit A gentlemen: of several years experience no9. P. GARY. M. u OF NURSERY STOCK-ORAPB
In growing grafting and cultivating T FOB TKRMS APPLY TO : : : : : iEO. D. Dry, MANAOU.
and handling and marketing VINES A SPCIAUTY.
orange trees .
;" fruit desires a situation aa niperln. : -1-
; tend"nt of a grove In the vicinity of Rooms, Agnew & Gry't Block OCALA. 3mSlM djan152m ADDUKHS: AnthonyFla.|
A e Ocala. Best referenda furnished. Ad. T entyrea year*!* experience In Florid
dresser call on E. L. Lay, )1\\(' nopy, Fla. Dteraiea.
/. N B.-Any information can be furnished ...........................-. ................................................. :::::: HARNETT HOUSE ;::.:. Millinery Millinery !fOur !
a by Rev. J. B. Ley, Ocala, Fla. -HERE I AMGttrring -

llapr dAw4t DRS. G. H. & J. C. PERT N E, -1- : ............ ......................... .'....... .. .

Eagles for Sale." Resident Dentists.KZRCD1NT8' LEAPING t ItJPULAR HOTEL OFm ; Milliner U at home again 1 I ;'.Anent.......i riinVoir............-"....*:
....... :
I have three tine young full grown NATIONAL BANK BUILDING, I "":::::":: :':;" ::::::""::::'::::::::::::::::: : FLORIDA
Eagles for sale. Alo a pair of Hy JUST FROM I
bred fine a cross between the guinea All branch. of dentistry. Teeth filled and SAVANNAH, . GEORGIA."Liuiits"AND'BELLB I I.................. ......-.......... ........................ i!I CURIOSITIES,

and IBapr diw2t cock.Commissioner C. O. CARROLL.Citrus Co. 0trteUr.Preserved...... tnt-cUa ArUlk'taJlI'Lllrom Koou crowned dentlrtry with ens at moderate south porrvlain to a price lull or gold set., -I-II .............With.........a...Full..............and............Complete................................Stock....................ofwFINE ..................-....'. AND STATIONERY.FANCY GOODS

w. E. YONGE A C).. The Ocala Plum room row MB a sraoaLTTAIMl4IBTItATRiX' IILLINI IIy -

berii. Can and examine: their fine stock I I .YLECTRIC-:.....................i..............).............i.I o-y OFFICE SUPPLIES AT LOWEST PRICES.
aDd ret good work at reasonable pricesA riNAI 8KTTLKMKNT NOTICE AND DldCl1AICOS OF- : =.:::::X: etyhfngFtnt'lui: : : r:::= -

dSldeolm o-oGOODS GU'ARAXTEED.ooH I L.:::::A:fuU:Lloe::t: of : iud the ieq..-:
a comfortable well kept hotel that WILL ON TltBaOTlI PAVOK 8EITEUBER. Artesian Well Water. Street Cr to all Dpet .
charges roost reasonable rates, is the I taw make my flpal settlement and apply to d LATEST NOVELS
House, ; so long .County Judge of Marion county, Florida for -1-I &_Nash1. :=
Harriet llarruett. adi charj aJD1JolIUU of tb.
eauu" of
C. B.
conducted by Mr. M. L. -N,w Oloter. d oe Md. UK*. 8. E. Uu>TM. RATES REDUCED TO 9s PER DAY. -aIwa,.on band it' dgBaanMw
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