The Ocala banner
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Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala daily banner
Daily banner
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Banner Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Ocala Marion County Fla
Creation Date: January 8, 1889
Publication Date: 1883-
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
daily (except sunday)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
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).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002052272
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BUDGET OF HOME NEWSC. I INt\UQURAI4 CURE, IOXIES School Mnttem. A Young Man WantedTo Hev.R.J..Wiggins wifeand Mrs I Mun' .1: 1..

Routine work occupied the attentionof keep books. Apply to this office. den took the noon traIn{ south on the F.S. ,( .

for Barlow, to attend the yearly Methodist
L. the board yesterday. Teacher's reports -
BITTINGER City Editor. '
Coming I Drum I' v'r7""h'r ; t
Confeience. On the trin : .
were audited, amounting to $'1so.1, Mille were .
The Savannah Nitre sajs: M. Guyton lleva. Mr. Blake, Micanopjr, Rogers!, of f
and loan of 1.000 made
Goiernor Inducted into Office a temporary was
Dr. is with and his Fleming
Parley again
us, hu moved from Bronson to Ocala, and ,
Live Oak T. W. Toni}>kie of Gainesville
from the First National Bank, to honor
dental-rooms will be open in a few days. Amidst the Plaudits of Thousands. same, so that material pabulum be will KO: into the insurance business and F. U. Bridges) of Palatka. .

Rev. Mr. Honiker and.l\trs White, of promptly supplied our educattrs, while that point. The TTmtfnion is very'.severe on our
Citra passed down to the Conference menial to the ..--
Upending phosphorus Prt'8l'O.urk.. poet but frithiMti! shows that the BANNER

yesterday. rising school generation. is read miatcd. It hethY11t's" "
Stir ap]< says
Immense Military and Civic I'm.cession Mr. Augustus! Berltng, of Chicago,
I Israel Brown, the grocer, received 100 Card the fresco artist who is decorating the PIl'I"l'nt with incandescent""bother"ith
Mile In
boxes Jas. Armstrong. & Co.'e real Merchants' "power", and "people"with"
soap, FLA., Jan. 8 1889. banking office of the new
guaranteed to be strictly pure. If you if/tor[ / of the Banner: National! Bank, and when completed it wrinkle, all of which says the3mtUnion

seek cleanliness drop in and slice will and beautiful is a "new wrinkle" that a
get a I am informed that some are of o pin. present a most inviting t""
of it. Add Interest and Enthusiasm to the ion that in my reply to the published nterlor. would set Swinburlleild"tlt: s 1

Inspiring Scene. solutions adopted by the Fellowship This is the first work of the kind that pith, however, it adds), and that Is the
The assessor's/ new books for 188S,just Farmers'lIian that I made until
(( per. main point. Byron was oot Byron I
has been done in Ocala anti shows
accepted, show nearly $5,000,000 of tax. sonal attact upon Mr. Dehon. I ask ever he was overhauled bv the Knplish; bards '. !
able property Marion: county-a hand. <: tll'lU'O I to nay that no smh attack was intended the gradual progress that is going on in
Scotch Now watch
68 the reply itself' will show. our midst for finer and more artistic or- and re> iewere. \ our t
some increase In'our! over 1887 More on this FjxHal to the Daffy Binuzr.TALLAHASSEE II. W. LO.NCJ.llymeiilal. namentation hi the decorative art. When poet follow in the footsteps of\,,gllLuJ'. 1 '
subject next. ---------
FLA.. Jan. 8th, 2 p. m.- : completed, the office will be the hand. illustrious. bard. \'i i

Mr. Nathan Crown, one of our enterprising : omeftt in the State. '
At precisely fivi minutes to one to-day, P. W. Terry, oneof Brooksville's popular TRAVELER'S QUIDE. \ '
tin smiths and plutnmers wentto --- -
dry goods men and citizens, was h
South Lake Weir last evening to do a Captain Frank Fleming, Governor married January Itt at 7 a. m. to Miss llcndy for he Tourist.T. Schedule of the S. S. O. & O. R R.\

job of work on Mr.TomSnook'sfino resi- elect, was installed.} The oath. of office Florence OsSas! at Tarpon Springs, :Flay ., Brigham Bishop, of Silver Springs Leave Ocala ...?.............._......... ':.1& A. M. \ t i,
o. who made such a success of Lis splendid .. Uoinmasita.......................-......... 4.1) P. M. V,
SL was administered by Chief Justice Maxwell ,, Hev. Mr. Julian of Leesburg. The hotel last Reason: ,but which unfortunately F. C. & P. R. R. (Old F. R. N. Line.) .54
Waite, of the orange growingan hHPI'v couple took the train at 7 a. in. firelast / ,
in a most Hiletun and iinIrtishe| was destroyed by summer, Schedule.
milu! and Savannah. Mr. ;.
has secured 8t\'crallarge dwelling near SOUTH UOtll D.

p we_ this oflice a pleasant business manner. 'IVriy in well known in Ocaia and his the springs, lilted them up in handsome I'aMonifcr.! arrives! Ocate- _....?..t\.07\ P. *... '}

cC 'f1.. daj*. Mr. Waite has been aresideiX The retiring Governor, E. .l.' Perry, ninny young gentlemen friends will re- style, and is again ready to take tie Freight .2.a1" .. .' ..?.. ..............1.11 P A.. ..

.California, but he thinks, Joicf' at his good fortune ; while hisnumerous tourist and sight seer by the hand and S OIITII BOUNB.
then made an address of welcome: to the fair admirers will it arrive In Ocala .. 007 A. M.
Florida a\yof Nyy) the Golden" State. regret was welcome him to a sumptuous board and Pawcnger. !. .. .. :::?::::::::.:ll.le p. a.

new incumbent, congratulating him on iot one of thfin. beds of in royal and Freight ..... ...I.N..... 1.11 A. M.JOIINH. .
Mr. Tom mock, the successful orange downy ease, a
ti and lemon grower of South Lake Weir, the auspicious event, and the people of County Commissioner princely manner that is all his own. Hes Vp Town Ticket Agent, 5 t

was in the metropolis yesterday and said Florida that a native of the State, and a Yesterday the Boards devoted their now prepared to accommodate fifty The F. S. R. R. Time Table.

"howdy" to the DAILY BANNER. lie reports lime to approving Justices' and Consta- gueftts.;: Next week he entertain 100. SOUTH BOCKD. .

citizen highly their ----- In (> ............_.... 1JW r. M.
the arrival of many new faces in BO re l'edcll8.8 hll'S' bonds ; making a rebate of$5,000on 8. 8., o' & O. Item. Passenger., arrives, ., !, t' } --- tea: p.: a.

: his delightful section of Marion County chief ruler to which Governor Mr. BruvuiV property at Blue Springs, Freight ., .. ...._-...-..._ 9 IW A. *. .
; FlemingIn I Mr. Meredith is the new engineer on N.. .. .. ?...-..?.__12.05: A\M.
Mr. M. S. Ioser\i-? > of our worthy his usual happy and modest style, responded (ex. ('*live taxation) ; examining and aoeplirg the 8. 8., O. & O. Railroad, and manlpu- NORTH 4)VfD.1'llIM'ngcl : f

County \ wore a brighter TUN .\t.!ses5er! Joseph C J. Matlmew'shooks. later of the throttle on the new daisy engine arrives In Ooaa... .................... 7.1ft A.M.
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and Raid he trusted his
elastic term "Col. ] while West Clevelandruns .. .... it
smile and his steps were more Joie, Frewht :: :: :: 9.50 A tr
,!'< - )yesterday, all owing to the fact that a of office would be m eiuiessful: as the the old stand by, "S. V. 11. Crtgcr. .
bran new baby boy had been added. lo : SOO iiaint-s: for jury duty in 1889 Mr. Pope has charge of the construction -- -' ,
hopes of his friend were ardent and en and adjusting! }public road interests MARKET REPORT. ,
train which between Citronnelle
his household the Sunday previous runs
I couraging.The the rountv. and Homoflsaspa. Owing to the rough Florida round steak (hind quartet) joe +
Here areour congratulations. ; .. .. ..
--- (foro quarter) *....._.. k
Too Fly.S. fleas of the roadbed, for want of mir- Pork (hind quarter) ......_..lt'f.. (
Tourists speeches over, procession was ,
Florida is on the move. are (forequarter) .....1_ r "
flocking in and business is livening up. formed,consisting of the State militia and O. Parker was a nice young man facing! and until this work is done onlyone Northern wiitum' :::::: r .: .', .

Now or never is the time to onward with jailed from Cincinnati, Ohio,'ntl' represented train a. day will bo. run ,to llumottassa Northern round leak ............ lOCo: '
I ; citizens! from all over the State, extend. a commission house. lie boardedat leaving Ocala in the morning and I tain and Surloln ...... .? ." ..
." the car of progress. On .with the SemiTropical 1101('* head cheese ......?.... l1c.: '
I the Magnolia and became a great fa. returning nt night Bologna ...... -.. !:"*.
on with everything for the up ing se\'eralmilesln length. Four bands Hllced<: htm ............ ISO.
building of our beautiful State. Let even vorite with the girls and a "hail-fellow- Court'lU"Uf'rtle i'lgs tot ......
enlivened the march, and five thousand ............1 YF1Ctt:
Got aaugage
laggards catch the inspiration.Mr. well-met. our popular jeweler, W. Out of the seventy-live\ jurors summoned Eggs qwr dozeui) .."........ me.: .
people cheered the marching hosts while W. Condon, to order a $;:M) clarionet, last Saturday, seventy-three appeared .'

W. G. McFetridge, of Arkansas, which he would take on approval., Yesterday in person yesterday afternoon CITY & COUNTYDIRECTORY. "
from the annon's month belched
whose purchase of land in and around was morning he was about to leave one wan taken sick and couldn't coma I '

Ocala, mention was made a few days ago, forth demonstrations of joy and gladness. the city ; Condon heard of it ; found and the ee\only-fifth took to the wood

1 has added to his possessions in Marion It was the grandest demonstration ever Parker at F. S. depot. C. demanded the This shows how faithfully sheriff Wil- CITY OFFICERS, titI3 ,y

county by the purchase through Colonel clarionet. P. said it was at, the hotel l Hams and his deputies did their duty. Majror-l Thou. I'. fiery ,',,-:I

Livingston, of a fine piece of propertyon witnessed in the State Capital on any Search failed to find it. ondon hastily Immediately on the convening. of court (Mamhal lerk-H.-A.<;. Bullock.E. nail( >

Lake Weir. Price paid $-IjOO. similar .occasion. returned to depot and peremptorily demanded yesterday, the examination and acceptance Colll'Ctorr.AiMMwr-1>. K.I".Molver.Jadnon. ...\/*,

money or instrument or the jug of jurors began for Hodge's trial, 1 reamtrer-K. It. Hnowden. +
Mitchal The ball to be given in honor of the Pre'ldentofCouncll-Jno. Dunn. 4'j
We understand that Messrs. .Ji 9
awaited him. Parker wilted and pro and resulted (in selecting the following I Hoard of ALlennen-4. F. K. \V. Agnew,
& Pierce, two of Ihe BANNER type expert Governor to will far outshine in J. T. Lancaster John A. IU>well. it L. Hoot, K.O.: .
duced the instrument from the trunk of persons: Gabriel Priest, I. N. Wiggins, Hmlih, II. W. tb.ndlerl.: Brown andY,O. Marball. -

have put In a bid for publishing beautiful and knightly soldiers an innocent fellow passenger. It has D. W. Dean, L. S. Fleming, 8. C. Uichard- ''* ,
sanitary Inipertor-W T. King. >
the Methodist Christian Advocate. If the D. N. and I };. Nichols. The s'e '
since transpired that Parker, on a forged eon, Hogan COUNTY OFFICERS. -. ,

State Conference, which convenes at the flights i of Imagination. telegram secured, it is said, $40 from the defense challenged M 14IJ'IIJ. T. Y. Brown, County Judge-Richard McConathy. ,j, \l ,

Bartow to-morrow, award them the contract M M*. Little and Daniel the two County Clcrk-l A. Miller. jr-i. .
Twelve military companies took part cashier of the Merchants' National Bank Bryant, 8herln-E. T. Wtlllama. .
it will be brought from Sanford, and $10 of Donald McIver on a note, and former drawn last Wednesday, and they AM.im>r-J. C. Matbewe.CollatorIt. c .
i issued. in the demonstration and festivities, and .T. Wartmann, CUrL ,f .
where, the paper is now that marshal Ball took last night's train were excused. t Treaaurer-8. R. i'TIn.superintendent lnatrllctlon'J.'J.
The bright luminous Metropolit has none looked more soldierly, and comported for J..ee'Jburg to catch the too fly young The examination of witnesses began Payne.. rUmlngton.of Public '

I marshal returned this morning with Dr. Blitch on the County C>mraU lon r>-H. W. Long, W. P. "
of Ocala's two at to- ,
the following to say themselves with greater credit man. noon TranUiam, M. ll. Kou, r.-. Perrln, W. r. WU +
dailies : day with the accused and the bottom fitand. Bute's Attorney W. H. Wigg .is Uamaon
than the pride of Ocala] the Rifles. The County Commissioners meet tne Ant Uon-
has made its Captain facts being at. ably assisted! by Messrs. Bullock & Bur-
,..}. "The Ocala Daily Press are got day In every mouth.
appearance. The drat copies of it were Geo. A. Nash, in his shining and ? ford,while Captain McConnell and Miller Kchool; lioard-F.A. K. Orlffln.K. ideals I'. L.II.DurlsowSchool T. Wartmann
received in the city last night. It is a A Close Call & Spencer are looking after thellrlaoner'. Hoard meet tires Monday every month.

neat little paper, but does not come up dazzling new uniform, was the cynosureof Mr. Luellen Haley, who is a capital +
,;/ to the new DAILY BANNER of the fame i interests. _____________ COUNTY BOARD OF HEALTH.
all blight eyes,and bin imjos'ng' presence shot and a dear lover of hunting, was President-Dr. T. P. Oarr.Hecrvury .
place. Editor Harris took of his
taking his favorite recreation! last Friday some own -Capt.: E. B. Klchardjon.
"Orange county," says the Orlando produced an impression in many a medicine Sunday slightly druidically diluted Mcmlrt-Ir. D. A. Hmltb, Anthony, Me afternoon in the fields northeast of Ocala M. H. Moner and D. H. Irrlu. r
j Daily Record, "will make a grand mistake riusrd by going to Citra, entering the
fair breast that the
twitching at and filling his game bag with quail, BOARD OF TRADE.FreiMent !
send of "Garden of "and there'! under
if she fails to good displays liesperides,
when accident happened to him that
.. her productions to the Sub-Tropical and heartstrings in many a tender and sym came within a hair's breadth of ending the rich olive foliage and the gleam of Vice Prualdent-H.-J. F. Dunn.A, Weathers.Secrntar .

Ocala Expositions.: That is just what pathetic bosom It was a brilliant event, his existence. His dog had set a quail the golden fruit through it, he looked up Board I OoT-W m.ruor Foi-A, P. Man Jr. C. Bhetn

she will, and her people should bestir from, nature to nature's god, and was.devoutly lust, Jno. F. Dann. J. 1[. LhiolMD, B. 'J.. I
royally carried to a raccessful and happy and he shot it and was in the act of Weather. Wm. Fox and 8. W. Moody
themselves in getting up a handsome ex thankful and grateful that he was
drawing the trigger on another, when a
i issue. born in Florida lived under its I
hibit. ; T.W. u. was ,
e_ strange dog came rushing onto him from TION.
When Mr. Gosa finishes his defensewe the ran under his legs and upset the genial skies, Inhaled its inspiring and
4 rear
Mr. W. L. Vanderventer, who has been health giving atmosphere,and I if life was Ifldent( -.O. B. Wllmer.
of .
free .
the use
}: shall give Mr. Nash sportsman, threw him to the Vie Pre-ldent-Ed. Veloueft.
spending the summer in Cincinnati Ohio young him would continue to speak in and Treuurer.-Lou1l Fox. .
after that spared Secretary
column for reply and burled from t
our } ground, while his gun was board of DlrectorJ.: T. Lancaster Iwo Stephen t
long-winded articles must cease. Our and other summer resorts, is again on his the butt of which hit a stump, the future M he has in the past, truthfully *. I. Brow W. '''bel i C\. J:. elouwc. 1(.D. \\1'
our streets. grasp, and conscientiously of all the blessings Zacbarla and W, T, King.OCALA 1 '
e0 little daily 11 i too small for three and causing the weapon to discharge, and .
and that Domes to the lot RIFLES.
articles. It seems that in the left
four column struck Luellen
We desire to call the attention of the the charge mortals who come to Florid to makea Captaln-neo.! A. Nub. '
r everybody ought to say all they want to side, tearing away every particle 01 Flat Lteutenant-B. B. MfConneU. :
ladies to Miss! Mittie Brown's fine stock home. Amen. Second Ueutcn&nt, t: WUlUnu. f
: t! ,say in a column article of millinery and notions and that first clothing and blackening his flesh. It Forty Member d

I The leading architects of New York I class dressmaking can always be had in was a loud call and close call, and for a The introduced in Congress Ben* FIRE COMPANY {

aro busily engaged in prepairinj Ibns'' her shop.Mr. moment the young sportsman thought ator Call, asking for a Uriffof $1 per box Chief T. D. Ineatr.Fomnau .

Cathedral which his day of reckoning had come and the on oranges was defeated. This. goes to -Uaurto* Itbetnauer '
for the great Protestant rim aatUUnl-LuuK Volk. '

is to be erected in that city at an estimated and Mrs. Edward Atkinson, 01 hour of grace had passed, though /ear prove bow much our republican friendsIn second Pea.larJJ.aMi tntO.. IL. Mallet.w.nhaU. I 3 r

cost several million dollars. It Elmwood came to town ibis morning folly scared ,is good for many a bag of Florida can rely on a republican Con Twenty-Are mamben. ?' ;

I t I is said that eighty-two architects are atintended thinking of taking (in the Governor's inaugural game. As for the dog who caused the tress to protect their Interest In this HOOK AND LADDER COM'A

l it: work on plans.The structure is at Tallahassee, and were very trouble, he will never repeat the act State Had Col. Bblpman been elected President-Abram Palm4r.Aalua ..

to extend 400 feet in height and will sorry to learn that the cheap round trip] lie sleeps gaff 'f under the daUlas. on Governor, perhaps it would hare been rOl9mu-"llu(-WeUa RithanUoo.heats: ,('. I 1

ticket out last night the different-'''In a horn." Twenty mraitwn. '
\ be built of some durable ..tone.J ran < I

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"i" ;::' ';; .. 9CALADAILY BANNER.' TIIK RKMl-TllOPICAU: KXPOSN! We are sorry our good Brother,, Howl -IF YOU WANT GOODS IN THE-

."a. ,. /:HITION BUIISCUIPTIONH. declines our good offices. Happy our-
-/' ; ,, '; 1'. .Jt. HARRIS, Editor./: -Drug Line-
salves him likewise to be
want hap-
"AIIII oft a1'A' lb il 'ltaetrcuitt" we a.M! -i
', : -A 111 I *. r*. ''.. I' they (meaeror< e<
-t' :.. -- his l I'Y, ancflf he can not be happy we want
: One man refuses to pay subscription !! 2.WBE
% 'r1 ; 'Tf1ESDAY him to be fa he be. ThereIs -
; 4 ). JANUARYS 1889. &It happy can -
___ ; to the f3emt; -Tropical Exposition, It-
:: T i small about TUB DAILY HAS-
: nothing
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) == = :-. :;; coupe it wo* not put on hammock land. THE PLACE TO FIND THEM
bat iti site and it to out
There was no understanding or agree nIt, expects grow
1"I of that very soon. We can afford to have -IS AT-
meut that it was to be put on hammock 0
'' f t4 :f, our good Brother enjoy his 'type metal all
: Another nan refuses to pay his s DR. DELOUEST
t.; il. Such the ,
_.' ,1\". }because j<'krdand vat not re.eluded. The rail JtApatcllt' papers as tt'orldt
Mt. 1 opening of the Semi-Tropical Exposition: the Times-UuIon and THE: DAILY BANNEB -(WEST SIDE SQCARE.)
:: \ ; depend on fresher things. In our good e S.
\ not based on Mr. Cleveland's e.ir-
.; wanj' UCALA I t t I I t FLORIDA
.,..;. f,,41ection. It !is a business engagement ness of heart we even go further than
'\4\/'f for a particular that. We are entirely willing that he [ 3m 31-64
\ into which politics does not and should'! shall as an additional inducement for .........-

not enter. Two men refuse to pay theirs the unsuspecting to read his paper throwin :..:" rt -<
became they were defeated for ('Oll1tloJ! all the last: year almanacs in the city. rIJ' ::" S. R. BIRDSEY & CO
I Ij We shall address ourselves to the to
The Dally Press cuts were tjrfy good, fir '. The Semi-Tropical Exposition did present ,, ,
E but not to set itself in the and the things of the present relinquishing -
i not being original the/ oat their agree up n -0Wholesale-
1 ,tt Y piquancy. brokerage business. It did not agree to to our good Brother the past

c elect men to olllce because they put and the things of the past-type metal w.o & Retail

*; E. J. Wetherell EnjbTa ,Abbott's hue, down their, obligations, even for the dttpaichtt, old alm'lnaC3,811\1 all. Thereis w.CJ o0b IS

i' : ,;.,.'. ." band, died in Denve<<; f lorado, last Sunday enormous sum of $."10. One prominent no occasion for any clank 011 interests DEALERS -

If. '. j., of pneumon! business! man wants his subscription reduced between the two papers or the calling of

f I".. ... l to the ugly names. Both should dwell together!: Hanlware ill Groceries
. .. princely sum of $25, and c l I ;
w ', "' Dr. UartiganXLinka that the only safe some of the wealthiest men in the place in perfect unity as one exists in the past J

r ", remedy: agaiJsl yellow fever in Florida some of the largest lan<)-holder have while the other revels in the ever pro c::
? .:'\, :in gressive present. We hope our good "
.j'\ti+ Bumtnfyris absolute non-intercourse not given as much as a postage stamu to 8o
:: : \ with Clt > : the success and upbuilding of this great Brother will\ catch up. But we do not 8n OCALA_ I I I I FIg 8108[ \. ,

,, to:\ enterprise. They want to see the building despair. He will learn by experience. .
'Df.: ralmagesays that our religion is the finished anal I tilled with exhibits ?

wt, .: *bet investment we can make. So thosejfho they want to see it attract people here;, The St. Louis /iY;>uWicisin high praise i: t71tJ: -ATDI. f

.' have not paid the pastor ought to and they want\ to fell these people their over the excellent effects of "high
r V&o BO at once. license" in that city yet notwithstanding
/ precious lands at enormous figures, but which on New Year's day it got things C > ;
they want other people's and
:: "-; Sir Donald Smith money badly mixed. In its account of the White tr'm
of Montreal, is the other people's brains, and other people's
owner of the costliest House reception it printed a picture of
piano ever made enterprise and energy to enable: themto 1V FisfteI'sCan
in this Secretary Whitney labelled W. C. En-
t r, country. When landed in Montreal do so. But when it cornea to giving a
it cost him I27.0CO. dicott. while Secretary Endicott was .
dollar they it hard and
-.-.- .- squeeze long made to masquerade as W. C. Whitney.The a; f
to make the
fairly scream.
Jenny Lind's monument, to be erected 1'ostmaBter-General was jortrayed 2 .
Yet since
the beginning of the Semi.
in London by her husband, ban just been over the name \Vm. )I. Vilas. So whatis
Tropical Exposition: building business [
'completed in Gral ar. It ia in form of the matter with high license ? be found one of the
has been brisk, every dollar that hast
abeautlful cross, and about ten feet high.
i been spent has come back again and The city of Mexico and its suburbs

+ ; For the first time in the history of hardly dollar has barn spent outside comprise 1,933. commercial establish ; -i

i direct from Boston has been run through been more largely advertised than it has and :71 variety store, making a total of ,

y r1si *' solid to Jacksonville, so says the TimeVnim. $- ever been before. Its benefits are already 3,003 business houses, besides 22) Ian Z

felt and have been felt for weekspast. yers, 48 public notories, 70 brokers and

The secretary has sent out 20Il( p commercial agencies, 207 physicians HfT1 most desirable priced '

..j Board and rooms it is announced can circulars and the Lxjiosition} has l>een (allopathisti), 23 homa'Opathists, 20 den. M

be obtained in Washiuutot' durIng liar.I mentioned in more than 20,000 new spapers. dlsts, 43 pharmacists, 19) builders and [

+ ,.rison's fnaueuial as low as (2 per day. It These men who refuse to)ay their contractors, 110 courts of justice, 17 Pro 1.A Stock of Dry Goods

+ is expected, however, that the city will subscriptions are responsible for them testantmlnistersand17OCathoticpriestsDuring () : ::..

e' )- ? be jammed. and legal step should be taken against the month of December the pub. ::tJ "

... them. The community should know lic debt was decreased $14,000,000. In the City
:t4 t..a Secretary Bayard 1 says that he will resume who they are and what they are.All 02

' the practice of law in Delaware ----------- Somewhere in the thirties bt. Joseph, [ (3 $1 dec 4 m

after the 4th o.' Marcie But he will not Hall the Critique." was a thriving city In the western part of

resume it long. He will be in politics The BANNER has caused the Jackson this state, of several thousand people.There 1

again in less than a year. A man who yule CntKjue to say the following,and for was also, a railroad running from a.o fT1 -TIlEAnti -

r1, remains politics continuously as has saying which we shako hands: lola, on the, Apalachicnia river, to bt

'r :Mr.: Bayard is fit for nothing else.b "We now wish Marion County all the Joseph. To-day there is not vestige !
success which her t'lItt1rprisel'Oura o and the city remaining, nor of the railroad. 1- l
business d Jacksonville
Plans and eallmnten energy nenc Urn SdiLiioli old colored who
fur a railway" has an man, en'
no jealous\ !!! of Uatla or any other city -
I. ; around the rapids of tho Congo have been in the state Her in ten-Ms are interwoven lives near Bainbridge, Georgia, said the 0S

completed. The road 150 miles long/ with, and her business ramltica- other day that many years ago ho lived -ANDSEED -
would be very costly, but there is a fair tarns t'xlenl1lnto this Innermost rectssesol in St. Joseph and traveled theme by th
the/ h'ate. And with the State's;
prospect+ that it will be built.8 both II ,'nty Jacksonville thrive -proaIs railroad from tola ; also stating that it STOREWILL

t the upper and lower port of the I CH:1':1I 'So drop-up, Ouiliai.B, and show the I Has the first and last time in his life he .4.y:

are navigable, tins mud would ]>entip a State:: of Florida and 1 I the world at la1)'t'what ever rode on the cars. He was a?- TAKE-
I large) part of central Africa to chl1latloll' pluck and fch..ketatan accomplish." toni.-.liel l when told that both city and g CII

I railroad has. been in the grave for overforty No Second PlaceIN
I Gen. Lew Wallace Doesn't Head rho"Dolly Itnnner."
will 110t Lc 1\ mew' .
emphid.1talarwhesays ; "Nothin --
.. ber of Harribon'tt Cabinet. Wlt.it,. hi
,J now in Georgia." If th.leWtanClae Death Thomas .'. "'llIliton.Ir. .
:want b: the mission to Home. He I'.I unpins except e FIRST-CLA PLUMBING II 1 COlllLT)
would exchange with the :\ Winston well-known citizen of N ESS OF STOCK
1 long been compiling mutter and making
researches DAILY BANNER ami read it, it would find Marion{ county, living in the old camp 1 -
regarding the historical char-
of Goods
'5 I ck'rs'If'' that a good dial is happening in and Izgaid, or i Stockton' district died sud!. Quality : and Low Prices. 'Ii
the Eternal City. lIe intends to FORT KIXG Avistfi, : : : MoxUZl'3U DLOCK0ppoeite
I writ an Historical novel the scene\ of around Ocala just now. ilenly Sunday evening December 30th, -0GOODS -

II. .... which will be laid In Uornn.t _:...;;===.:.; of typhoid malaria, after two daYIi' 111- -( Methodist Church,V- .
Mayor Hewitt Faa his election robt ni88. Hew a-s buried with Masonic hon dlm2 JOII11CD +

t Some year ago Major St.Clair-Abramu him 140,000. The oUit'\) only has *:JO- ors, and hit funeral was the largest: ever a .-0--- .

Bald that future cycopu.Mlan! *,in writing 000. How are poor HK-II u> obtain ollUc; attended in that section, tlu<,teat,her und JAS. T. LANCASTER,

bout. Florida, would pay ; See Tat ares!" in this country. pupils of the publicci+ro.iflluwinL'he I ____ -(I xated: next door, to Fiat National Bank)) F
:; ButTavarealaTavarea till, while Ocala ------ --- Wta}e. to I the p.ivw., Mr, WmHtonalwut ,'IlS | 3m S1H8A

t ) bouncing along. at a gallop. If she The Florida/ .lynntlturitf, pubilshed t W(> years "r ij:" had laWn 1\ resi i. LEADING HEAL ESTATE DEALER

continue*'growing\ it w ill not require much DeLand, by E. 0.1'ainter, i ill out with u : dent of Mario i-.uuu, 'for some twenty dl
Btretck of the imagination. to any new head and in octavo furor It I U M ; years, and was well-ktwa n and highly -1- LINE-

Florida, tee Ocala I 1H splendid paoer. reapected by all who iud", the pleasure of OCALA : : : : : t FLORID A 0FHARDWARE-*

his acquaintance. Mr. W. had served as atr !
Missouri 11011.111.tlllt, telegraph charged
w The unique position which Attorney- county commissioner, and displayed rare
are subject to be regulated by the State
a .General Garland has held under the good judgment iu all his otlicial acts GEORGE McKAY, ,
the same railroad couipaolcs.
administration the Kxpreu and previous to coming lo Florida hade
present aa awoin ARCHITECT AND BUILDER;
companies} alone sum to be, beyond th
enemy of the swallowtail coat wlH be been a sheriff in Xurth Carolina, from SasUoorslnisAT .
reach of
legiblalor S
filled under the Harrison regime by : which state be eiwijtiuled' The vjm,-!I DESIGNS AND D4TIMATEFurnhbed ,

Private Secretary HaUqrd. "Llge bates North Carolina has already appropriated I ww a most loyal Democrat, aiul hat oa Application- -

the conventional J8 u coat and J, thoughhe $50,000 on a Governor' mansion long been a member of the county executive a Ilkl*

i ; t never wean, he avers in the stoutest The Governor of Florida eats bU hash at committee. and an untiring OmcE-RniDiKn' .: : : Orange and Sixth' it. A. E. DELOUST. (

It ,Engllih be:cart concienclously: command a boarding house. There is about as worker in the ranka. He was a man ol f OCALA FLORIDA. I flC.

, ; that he will never perk himself up in much lignUy attached to Governor'* gvod judgment, intelligent, consoientiouaand ImSI 8M I SmSl-88

,. one of the things. honest uch a citizen a* any community -
office in Florida.. there.u to Justice of u
is loth to lose, and hose death irC. PEElNE.PBNTI8T8.
the other
Peace,In tome States.
Dr. Summers is Washington to confer will be sincerely mourned. To his heart F. BREWER & CO.HEADQUARTERS

; with the JIarlne! Hospital Service. A number of German citizens Coy stricken wife and children the BANNER .
Due the mot Inrurlocu
,f "ri .ll ',JIe thinks that t the, yellow, fever that lngton have ixirchaml an immense tract I extends condolence. equipped dental rooms in appointment tn. tate of* and lorida.bee

,.,, prevailed in Jacksonville last summer of land in Eastern Both member. of the firm thoroughly prepared
; Kentucky, containinga Farmer Alliance.' profeiklonallr Tte public reapecttully inn;!.
1 was JlQt'yelloW' fever at all, but only email town, laW and grist, mill coal ANTIIOXY, Fu., Jan. 7, 1889. lo New call Merchant andiujf National their office But in Building room 1 teal and t, --FORS -
tT Chagrla fever, Jt is. .over now and better mines, salt w'orks. natural gas and a large The annual meeting of the Farmers FU. d 4)an3m) eel: 19 tfniHOS. :

let it pa 4 aa yellow fever; for it produced variety of timber and are paying for i it Alliance will beheld In Jacksonville, on PIANOSMusical .

fright enough to,have.beep the .3enutaearticle pa the building ax-oclatiou ..aan. The intention Tuendiy. the 15th, iuat. There will be P.GAMY, )l. D '

it it was only chagr>*fever,ai d U. to colonize the property,incur. DO postponement or change of place. --AND-

we sbouUf' hajraen I to have a case of the porate the town and offer free Und, Brethren H. W. Long, C- Martin rHTUdAV AVD aeaoaort.

t4 genuine artS**, quarantine tail hay to timber and gas to manuC cturera. So and Trustee Stock Hold or the exchange .. r--- -- Instrnments I !

be enforced wVh raUfn guns- leans I the; South contirnJUs her struggle for en- take notice. A. bJll. Rooms Ataew A Gary-i Block. OCALA.

will not be a clr mstance. pies. deal Alliance. TwentJ.en yeaw" expertenct In F end OCALA
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\ ':There Florida are two in One Southern of Them.States'," THE OCALA HOUSE.
says E1iSI iIi i iOF'
the Savannah Nee "which have been ;tt

specially since favored the by war.the best They class are of Flori Immigrants ----I Qtno 10n

da and Texas. Both States have advertised
their resources and natural advantages The Leading Hotel of the City. -- OCALA ,
extensively, but the best advertise Ocala, Florida.: .

ment they have had,and now have,are o4] NO. 3470. -"Do "- ,
---ASD- ,
their public schools. Florida maintainsa r
high standard of schools, and Texas \ .' t 1 ,
does the same thing. Neither State re- UNSURPASSED IN APPOINTMENTS TO ANY IN THE STATE! i \
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gards it as economy to cut down to the
lowest possible point the appropriations 1 .j .

for their public school )'l5tems. From .-----..,.... -'- .. .. .- ,
them the other Southern States can learna .
profitable ]lesson.! Thoroughly Repainted Inside and Out I Paid Up Capital, ; 1 Authorized Capital "I

An Orange Trust -\SD- $50,000. $150,000.W.H.COiril.V.lTr.
We are creditably informed that'.an J
immense orange trust is being fprmed to REFITTED THOROUGHLY WITH ELEGANT FURNITURE K., W.AC1NKW,Tre". :
harvest the Florida orange crop, doing\ ..............-..............-. x ....------ .}
away with every class! of middle men.
It is said the large growers all over the 4 c'
falling into line and .
\ State stock in are this enterprise which will revo BEAUTifUL LAWN? AND SHU!! I l! ; I! : t!iI !llll! l!! .- :

_) lutionize the trade in the golden fruit. .
A. cINTYEE. CAorJJcn.: : ::
It is further intimated that Ocala will
for this immense ----I--
be the headquarters
corporation. Well let the orange trust 7,000.0 0
x come if it will benefit the producer and I I FOR TERMS APPLY TO : : : : L. M. TIIAYER, MANAGER.OCALA .

I not give the consumer the lock jaw. FL.O111DA.
One of the finest and best equipped bunking houses! in the Stnl' owned by the '
Taxes! Taxes _________________-____________ ____ SmSlSS.NO. .- bank. We have special facilities for making Oolleitiona on all accessible points
We will cxt'mt'ery courtesy and favor tcfour customer! consistent with wale'
are I am ready to receive the State and --"- 3,815.Tl .-- vankinllt,ant shall give prompt and careful attention to all hUPlillt'M trusted to us
: County taxes, at my office)! in Ocala. Tax We solicit your BANK ACCOUNT and all business In our line, and
payers on applying to fay will not fail guarantee entire satisfaction.
to bring or tend a description of the 1 MERCHANTS' NATIONAL BANK
property upon which they wish to pay CORRESPONDENTS I
1 taxes. 11. T. WARTMANX, Importers & Traders National Hank: :, New York, N.1'.; /
dlt wtf Tax Collector Marion County.Dr.
OF OCALA outhern Bank of Georgia, Savannah. .
W. F. Smith, father-in-law'to our ,
say Special Correspondents in all important cities in tho "'est. 1 "
worthy sheriff, and his brother, J.M.\

,2, Williams of, died the latter.last night Dr. at Smith the residence had. : Successor to Hank Of (Ida, ; deC9 ,

't been an invalid for a long time. CAPITAL STOCK $50,000,00SURPLUS W. W. CONDON'SNew ';
7r Had he lived until Friday he would :
3000.00 .
;;1 t "1 have be interred been 69 in years the old.city The cemetery body will this .................._.................--....-.-...-- WEIHELEADS I ;Jewelry Store :.

t afternoon.Our Jxo. F. DDNN, President. Shines replete with everything in
I'. P. DioMUKKr. ViffPreiident. his ]line. Call and .
-- IN TnE-- '
proofreader being yesterday's ..
r was not free fromerrofs. For R. B. MCCONNELL, Ar.i.igCathier: for yourbelf. i A
Mr. GOBS' article, a sentence i 1 Strings.for, Musical Instruments vf,.
instance, in W t Clock 1
,read as follows : "I fear Mr. Nash does --:HO A 111) OF DInI UTOnS.JrO. .:--,. a C 1, tovelrjLINE l C l Specialty.All ..tOuarallwld. ;
Work on rcjulr of dorks and Watch .
not fall on the path marked out. It F. DUNN, J';. P. DI8MUKCS. .
4 should have read : "I fear Mr. Nash J. c. FERINE, HAUVEY KNIGHT I Rholnauor'a Old Stand. y,' ,
does not follow in the path marked out CHAS. RIIEINAVER, WM.:: ANDERSON, d"Clt..lm0 : .
by the Divine Master." J. /. EINSTEIN. / : .... MNOWDHN .* McFAULANK,
UClmlrlu' a Specialty.
Partner Wanted. I5?General Banking Business Transacted ( Collection's. promptlymade. -I) ittM IS-
I Safe and profitable business, $3,000 to Correspondence solicited. -0--: ALL KINDS i OF FU11NITUKK.THEY .
15,000 wanted to meet the growing Correspondents", : -: { os WEST SIDE OF SQIMRK)- '
trade and extend same. f
demands of 8m31.M -
None but reliable parties and those who National Park Bank of New };ork. Jal'mrCallona bank of BOston/ THEY INVITE iKurictiox or TurinHTOCK CoIllPl.UJr
can command the spot cash need apply Rational Lank of Savannah Oeuryut. AND Low rui'.. A"p.. ,+tIm
Call at this office for particulars. AIlA,


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kL '.Sam, i..Tropical, _Expositi'on.4 !' /

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OCALA M IARiON comm, FLORIDA, JANUARY 29tJJ J889, :. ,.:

a x \ CLOSE MAY FIRS1- 389. .' ,\ '

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This will be Exposition bf Pomological] Horticultural and Agricultural product of Florida, and her sons, timbers, woods, minerals and live stock! and In'addition artich!
and products of general' 'interest from all Stater and countries. Entry is open to the world for the display of its products. No charge for entries nor t .pace>for the product 0 '

A manufactures The United i or Grates Experimental Station for improvement and development of products indigenous to this section has been located contiguous to'our exposition! ground. '', '
f6J-We invite exhibits of all descriptions, particularly those pertaining to the arts, mechanics and agriculture, guaranteeing uniform courtesy to all exhibitors.



aEORIE' "'. WILSON, President.{ F< &. Firt::1-VIce.Pm.jd a ,nL' 1"nt.,.. -.., R DIi Ii,ZI1I eecond fI'rNa w d '
P ELL SIt ltfanager- .J .tJ Jfh ... e1-'

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...K 1 inch 80 :2D U_'_4fJO 1 W Leaders in ;" ,,{',,; ... '", +... .. ,;
a, IL HTecnu_ _._ rr line.Subscription. __ ,. \
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': For further information apply t at office or
address: 0
l,t' O. U BITTINWER: .
t % ; ". '. Ilualncn Manager.
a -,= And GeneralMerchandise ,
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,. Assessor! Matlsews new woks are.
r beauties.TIIF .: : CJ .

t/; DAILY BANKER 20'cent*. per week 'J, -', ', e a i iP \
All .
should subscribe for it.
The Delivery Wagon in chargeof .
Mr..Prigge,the electrician, (la slowly Mr. J. M. Lawsou will c rry ,'; -
za, improving, we are glad to say every morning early. Save *. our II' \r -

Mr.Tom Ouiou, of south Lake Weir, orders and save! the walk to town. .,' <. i. ; ,#."" rt'7{!,. .
G1 t was seen on our streets yesterday.! dec:113: m .l' ,

,,rn Gov. Mabry, of esburg, was in the \
I city yesterday Intent on legal business. --- ,

.. 'f Messrs.Shaw ,& Wallace secured the -- :, / .
", ", ;" contract for building l the new ynagoJlue.St WatcIIlanL \ > .

;.' We ban heard but it is bran new to w 4/ / \ t
( us, that grape wine can be converted

M .' ,into camphor : .i1gIf3 S1 -S -
., One drunk and! disorderly before his -
4 honor, the mayor, yesterday morning. : /
?" The usual penalty. -
A Complete Stock of
The OCALA UANNFB Job Office isfloodet
with 'work Foreman OalTney's taste
4 and skill draws the long bow. Gents' Famishing CJ $ '"

The fair and accomplished liarroness D H1 -
Von Frelllg,of East Lake, made a shop ,
ping visit to the city yesterday' Goods. .,

Mr:C. F.Brewer,the only Musical Infltrument ( It ;" .i Z '
Dealer In Ocala, returned from ." ..
r Tampayesterday, wlthva train load of ;: .
Pianos and Organs scoope lllrj at bank ?
rupt sale. HEADY MADE .
T. 'J.,Owens keeps a fresh stock of 1-
..r* fruits confectioneries and cigars. Fresh
c I arrivals weekly. Headquarters for tern CLOTHINGTailoring
f peranco drinks. South side public square. :

,"y .' d& w jaul lui. i : .

:' The lied Grocery, Magnolia street, is Department Unexcelled -
w ,\ the place to buy your groceries. .
'a w U.ZAZAHIAS, Proprietor In Fits and Prices. ia
d Sldeclm decSl-lm -

R.E.YONQE& C)..The Ocala Plum. --- --- -. : :
bers. Call and examine their fine stock : = 1
.'. and eet good work at reasonable prices. .

.,' d Sldeclm For Sale Cheap.A Palace DrpgWHOLESALE' \ Store !

complete set, 15 volumes,0{ hundred! .
paces each, of the International Cyclo -0-- "1 .. :.:,
.1 4 podia,bound in calf, for sale cheap. Call : '
at this otttce. dAw jan2 td .
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; Ticket For Sale, h\... '" .. ...., '" ,. .. ,! ': '
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I ,. From Waycrowto Cinclnnatti, good until! If ., .. ,.( ', !. ., ":' .! i' "a t' 'J. .
February 4, 1889.:* Inquire at Montezu! Retail ,Drugs 1 II .; ,I r ,, t 7, \ : t '.1 f ''4' ': ,
ana Hotel. ". ; .,
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Wanted to Kent, -0- .
'A neat three or four-room cottage. &i>eakqulck. w
> Call at this office. -ALL KINDS OF- .. ,
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I.:5 ABSTRACT COMPANY. Complete Stock !I .

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*.., \Ve bandit none but the fln *t brands of rUtn.Hcadquarten .
\ for Walt rir and warden t e.liWllIUIIT .
e ,. IDe Loau& Trust
t FKAZEII, BuffuIIl COlllpanu
' Omcx, : : (k'A1A Ilotscr.

I'IBUC t\! l'UK : : : : OCALA:3m31$8,Fu. a i

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,,In J,(sf i Booking\ *" for to i your get the money best and'' most Ocala Jaws DaDot I e .,. f, .; JUNE: 1st,, 1888." \ t. '

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1I : ,. ......_.M.. _._........-:--.-. .....-. :- ....-, .. .. $200,000 I '

: R 1 U RIGHT LARGESTSTOCKLowest ... "i.. .-iC8.Pital-\_..:. __. ...--._.-_,_.-._' _......_.--.------r-------. ;'" ._.-.:-_ 9,000

... -AND-- first six months' business
(For to November 30, 1888.)
,... In your selection of a trading place Y fk.. ... t. r.'c .' '. -
Prices !I
(0)) -
f't.: t. You say you trade with.
,tl' ROWELL ? Of any Store In Southern florida.0 .'
', .' '.--1, --0,'s -'- Offices : : : : : STANTON and OCALA, FLORIDA. :

,..-/RIGHP: l U. \ R Sail l (o), ...

,, 1 Will loan money on first class improved real estate at reasonable rates. Application to 1 be made
<" --0'W E. B. RICHARDSON to the,Secretary at Stanton, Florida.,
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JIOWELL'S is the place for theBest -TUB- <.' (o) c : '. .. t'\

hnd 'Cheapest He Finest Lively in tho City Z OCALA OFFICE. WITH R. L. ANDERSON: ATTORNEY. I

has the only Shoo Store _
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in Marion County.
', \ 1laS1... / ALES STABLE inu i .. O. BUFFUM, P ;, E. H. BUFFUM vice-Prejt and Auditor. C. E. CONNOR, Sec'y and Treaa

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