The Ocala banner
Full Citation
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048734/00112
 Material Information
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 9, 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
 Record Information
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
oclc - 18660476
notis - AKP0235
lccn - sn 88074815
System ID: UF00048734:00112
 Related Items
Related Items: Ocala morning banner
Preceded by: Ocala banner-lacon

Full Text


-' .. ,

tII .' t : (\ ;" "

.. .
"I. ;" '" '; : ',/ '( ""
; ". ..




BUDGET OF HOME : Hired.doll, drawn by J. D. IllchArdson'fl Captain Richardson's Ilajra take spirited the Bit.and MAUION" COUNTY FRUIT ENJAMNN{ 1 &1 FOX

It barks Well, Tastes tfnod niid In
the, holidays, did not beautiful pair of bays took the bits In
Admired In IllinoisCAXDLEK
C. L. mnlXGER,City Editor.J but from the exten- their mouth this noon, while being Greatly

notion house of Ben- driven up Ft. King avenue by their FLA., Jan. 8, 18SU. -- ,"

The banks are doing a big : driver Johnson, ran as far as Mr. Ethridge's To the Editor of the Kanntrt

) Mr. Geo. Phelps; will open a Accident residence and turned, when for they return were to controlled the- Qnlncy I herewith Illinois encloseciippingsfromthree, paper, thinking\ you The idavsarfiPast' !

at Old town. Little, a youth of think them worth repeating The' ti
}' son of Mr. Jas. Little, livery stable, when they\ again took to 5(50,000.(
antonlsh tht-ro. ?
\ The circus is coming. Did the north-bound their heels and made Maud 8. time. Aa grain fruit permed to _

. the date ? January 24th. ) on on'the F. S. K. 11, they approached Sam !Smith's' grocery Yours truly, T. M. RICKARIW. 1$ tY COl'Clt.V.l'rixi

The telephone is coming, : and was run over the driver made a herculean effort to Mr. Cntlln, of East Maine street, refj'I*1.1 R......., .,,,.,,.,.,,,,.... I
reived a fine lot of fruit as Clit1'tniresent ) >U
top them in their mad flight by turning
will have its services shortly bumper of the > from Thomas M. Ritkiml, ojjj ?
tender, and at the them up Magnolia street, but only ('andler, Marion county, Florida. MrBRlckarda ttY
The Phcenix club will give \ trussing jumped off swerved them enough to bring them up is well known here, and amnnJB

their delightful Germans, he thrown under with trash against the corner: of Cap hone who sampled the fruit through MrrRatlin's
ing at Snowden's Hall. was tain Rrchardson's livery stable, splintering generosity, all will be pleased tr* r ,(
passing over both know that 'twas grown in his owij O.A.crD: :=I .. 1,
Mr. Geo. W. Wilson, president almost severing: the pole and seriously demoralizingthe orchards. The fruit proved to be of ex" I

Semi-Tropical: and who has been boy was taken to buggy and harness, while in the con- cellent flavor-Quincy (III.) Herald.

York, returned to Florida in and Dr. Thompson cession, the driver described a beautiful We are In receipt of oranges from the 7,000.0 0
curve through the air, but never for a grove of an old Quln<')'itt\,T. M. Uirkardsof
attend the inaugural ball. injury was too great
Candler, Tla. These oranges are ftil_
moment loosing His hold on the reins.The .. -
t Mr. Benjamin Price:of Lake fellow O'S stealing died.rides.Another driver and horses escaped injury. They ripe( were very picked sweet from and the most tree delicious on thEO)T K houses in the State owned by the

is accused of killing Mr. Roach The runaway caused great excitementand day shipment and average 140 to the''liedions on all accessible' points

T knife, was brought; to the city by Silver Springs Shell many witnessed the stirring episode. box,. very largesize.) J H. Brown dco our customers to all business consistent with eafeIUon ,f,
McCaa, and placed under | Road. ton/ Wm. Evers, IJpaney Bros, li. H.," entrusted to us t
r doctors Roach cannot the projects and im- Queer People. JAimley L\ !bon:' A. N. Urown.Quincy'1 d all business In our line, and
say imperatively needed This is' the title of the latest, aul by ((111)) {Whig. t ,_MMSHSB

W. J. Sylvester, the former and odds the most charming book for little Through the kindness of Miss E.: H-ti:NTS
the Marion Opera House, but growth develop- have Its fables Catlin, the Optic has had the privilege of Hunk) New York N. Y
; We have talked people we ever seen. or sampling some ftpecimens of Florida .;
eral years ago went to Cleveland necessity and written lories, are delightful, !but the illustrations fruit, including a very fine specimen pf Jl;la, Savannah
t to embark in trade, has we understand that all are simply immense the "grape fruit." In color it resembles

Jacksonville, and was in the city it thought and The author, Palmer Cox, is a new star tho palest of t the Florida oranges/ 1t)1evldt'ntly >rtant cities in tho ""est. 1
in the firmanent but he shines belongs to the orange family,
day.Oh possibilities the up- juvenile \ but the rind smoother' r, tho fruit larger
it pays to advestise I will have their hopes with unique brilliancy. His charming and its PpheriraUhapu IH more flattened "

in last evening's DALY n.\NSER," We are creditably fables rival those of the world-famed at the boles The si'>ecimen referred to '

? keeper Wanted." was responded less a person than Mr. .Esop, and ne far outshines that celebrated dfl'tImft'runcet measured fourteen thirteen inches in' In tho its smaller.largest :. W. CONDON'SNew 7

f dozerjBiffVlicants, three has mapped out In his literary comet by his inimitable Internally it is divided like an orange Jewelry Store \

mail today.Mr. for a pleasure drive lluhtrations.! He dresses! up his birds, and the Heeds are similarly) disposed, but I
animals insects giants fairies goblinsetc. of somewhat different drape, hut the "Melt
named that in five evcr.th'ln
Robt. Ferguson claims the ; replete with in '
in style and makes them ore: is larger and hard to cut. It is fj ..
will make it the most grotesque like :his 1 line.; Call and '. \
footed nag in Marion county, juicy the orange, has a delightful/ examine ,
talk dance and all
.will state how he desires to in the world lined on reason, cut up sorts mild acid taste, with a strong! grnpeyUvor for )'ourl'lf.nas
i is in villas. of the oddest pranks imaginable, aflord- almost masking tho orange taste. Y
horse's speed, a gentleman vestibule train in ing infinate delight, as' well as excellent Eaten; with sugar it :la delicious.- >S'un- for Musical Instruments a y
to accommodate him and contest day Optic. (Quincy, Ill.) Specialty. :
instruction to the young. The issue of
under full headway
Work on repair of Clocks and Watcher
supremacy. his book "Queer People" has brought -- ---- atrtee.l.
time with bag, bag ) 8TK1GTI/V CONDITIONAL.PoittnittMter e I
The wide-awake and sterling Here is BUCCWSS to & perfect ovation of praise from the Rhelnauor's Old Stand. .

Messrs. Benjamin .& Fox aid the consummation Brightest men in the land. For instance, Dozler States Ills Case. .rl''Il.m.
-- ------- --
a day's paper with a bran new ad in view. I, Gen. Clinton B.Fiske says : It hat set my PwstmaHter Dozier emphatically and HNOWDKN': .\ McFAItLANE,

prices. Oall around and I children wild with delight/ and Col. Russell unequivocally 1 tat en that his subscriptionto -I>C.l.UlUI: IS-

large: and select stock. Banner,: H.[ Conwell, the famoua lecturer, says Manager Campbell, for Exposition: lr KINDS OF FUKN1TUI.E. ,

TheIerchants' National Bank County Commission Don't tend me another such a book forI stock, was conditionaland that his abili-

net $5,933 for the first year's A1Uao'e !; who opposed the can't get my children to bed" ty to pay same rested entirely on Jib y.4..
The famous statesman diplomat, and INVITE: Itmricnox or THEIRBTOC'K : fn-u
and in President Cleve to ,
salary t
and $2,000 of which was paid 5,000, to take that caue ,
AND LOW 1'arc'u. I'j
wit Sunset Cox, : 374 Ktteer Ka- ,,
holeers as a semi-annual by the county in the says land's defeat he would be subject to removal Im !M.M ""I*, 4

l one of the Institutions of Ocala, Semi-Tropical Expo, per are simply incomparable, while the in a day by the new incumbent, x

success we all take pride. seeTns to be quite a distinguished theologian, Dr. Howard and an a prudent and thoughtful man .,, '.

to the vote of the Crosby, says: "Thtyhave, the fascination that he is, so subscribed. )
We understand the that belongs to drop and Uncle Jitmtu', ." 1
will allow me Mr. Dozier believes In the objects and
' Phoenix club will: give an you and the venerable poet, Dr. Oliver Wendell 41,
my vote. In the aims of the Seuil-Troplcal, and deeply == IrI I
and fair at the Marion Opera believe that a ma- Holmes, wiles : 1 am orry I hate regret that his pecuniary condition will

ruary 5th. A rare good social payers of the county cwt' a nursery full of little follt to mjoy iU not permit him to give 1000. r:
be confidently anticipated. Bright and ttories"loop's
; but even if all of piiturei We gladly accord pace to place our .
eye on the date. petitions, that, in my .. and fables! are enjoyed the by old and popular Postmaster right before the io- ..I-, ..'I "
are quotwi by greatest
Health officer King took a bad nothing to do young otators! and surely these equally charm pie among whom he has lived so long I "' .

day into the country with the I, there any authority of! Ing stories, so profanely and exquisitely Illustrated and who know him HO well. !J

posfei'as far as Fantville, for 1'oard to make such will charm young and old for The facts were simply l given us to '' n-

j and to point out the beauties ; so, where is it record generation to come. dite the article am) as we knew no
and the advantageous positions found that I The sale of thin book will surely be but If other feel agrieved '
J yet any enormous. It Is published by the' well names, parties : ,
to (place these magnificent to give me that author known house of Huhbant Bros., Phila./ our columns are open for explanation. lion !

cromo art. ; Constitution says in Chicago and Kansas City to whom any I and we trust all will come out us fully

Sold. IX.: "The Legisla persons desiring an agency should applv.- vindicated an. Mr..Dozi"r. ,
-- --- -----
Mr. Edward Helvintson, one any county, city, .t Anthony llrlef S A.rnet-J. C. Mathvwi. "
Silver Springs>> Turk 1'olnterw. ('olll'CIOr-II. T, WartmaUlI, Cltra. I
Agnew & Co.'s affiable and or incorporated dis- Our Regular Cormpondence.A Trralur.r-K. K. Krl.. 1

men, has disposed of his bt> I a stockholder in anV heavy rain fall visited us on the 4th, Our Special Correnpuudeuce. I I'ayue*tllJperh'\.en", Hcminirfui.of Iliblle InitnKlton L,

dence, corner Lime and Third or corporation, or accompanied by some wind Rain was Cool and refretihing breezes I County: tmmlMlonei: W. Lon W. p.
Dr. E. C. Hood, of Lake' Weir. money for, or to needed but it is to be preferred in a Strawderrirn are getting plentiful.,! ,1lamaon Trlnth' M.li. iUni. y.tit I'errln. W. P. WI&- |

----- any corporation, asso milder form. Young Brott. have already shipped some I .1 he County :6ommlwI0n meet tee Ant Utito. j '
Not Included d.ir In***Ty month. #'
or individual." Now, The Anthony graded school did notbegin North and will r"tailamonK the settlor: hehrrnl (bo rd-r. K. T., &IUWuI, ;
The article that has been apl M. H. Mowr. A. K. Urtmn.'V.li.fiu .
the BANNER, giving the growth passed an act author Monday as was intended, owing to in a few weeks. t VcttiM 1 sward metU tint Mouday In ever,mart
include the make such appropria the illness of Prof. Leonard. Fine raspberry bushes are to be seen. COUNTY BOARD OK HEALTH.
did not
for 188, the Board County Miss Jennie Stewart, daughter of Dr. on I>r, Harmon's property The Doctor* i'realdvnt-nt l T.. P.Oar ie.Necretaryt'apt. ha .
tags. of builder Geo. Mackay, on a lnn.
not be the proper W. II. Stewart, left for Ht Angiutlne, on thinks he will have a trop next seanon.Rev. Ucuh r -r>r. U. A. drolUi, Anthony, Ma
of Orange and Sixth street. N.". My-r and I). II. Irvin
ner on its constitution the 5th insL. to attend the D. & B. Initi- Dulill will preach in the schoolhouse e
and he refused a BOARD OP TRADE.
13,000, to obey the law as they tute. She will be greatly missed by her on the 13th innt. Elder Ginther President-J.l F. !>oon.

of $2,600 for I it yesterday. host of frlenda. Is unable. to make a call at the Park; at IMt"ret&rl-Wm.VIC4 JTwldfnt-U. A.. Weathen. .

u Ought It to De. of any such act, I Capt. W. 31. tripling paid' Jacksonville present. HMirrf ofOorcrnort, P. )I'&n. Jr, C. <

i To the Editor of the Banner: I had to Tote for a visit one day last .week.Rev.IantbeofBevettsville. Incorporating this place U now to be ause MtKthtnWm.rvxaod8, Jno. r. l>uon. J. II.W,.Uvlnntoa.Wood,. K.I J

A suggestion being made to ; fail to find any author. Virginia, attended to. This affair has lenipokenof BUILDING AND LOAN ASSO( c

commUsionirs\ that the of County Commission is among the recent arrivals our town for a long time, and it U of great im TION.J.ltell&.C. i

yard be laid off Into beds, and op the people to ,pay In the absence of the pastor be ably' (portance there is no foolinir this time.A Yla!l 1'ftst4.n&-Ed.. R. Witmer.lJelwe.t 1

made attractive to the |people I do not write this filled the pulpit on Sunday evening. ball will be given ID l the Opera tIeI.'IeUn JitoallS, of Idtreetnra-1 and'I'reuonr-lnul.T. Li Pox. Leas(. ,-. '

and to visitors In particular, feelings to the Ex Quite a number'of ladles from this house on the 17th inst, under the man t>bep L Brown, .U. :eurforrdaOCALA: t S.lekili ., tL taI u.

1 It"'$ik cided that the Court-bousui It will be a good place attended the meeting the Wo- agetuent of Mr. and Mrs. 8. E. Howe. We Zaei&art&l ac4 a. A. RIFLES

terid'ed for a pasture for eattU. ), and I stated to the man's Missionary Union held at aHa on hope It will be as well patronized as the r puid-Ooo. A, NMI.Pint .

I to vote against the 4th, lath and 6th. former afl'alr.Northern J..kl1& &-H. B. UorauntU., J '
Farmers' Alliance. Second IJt'Ut.ePU&-P. X. WUll mi.
FLA. Jan. me to tote as Miss Ella Harwell, who has been papers are trying to make forty )I mben. #
AxwoxY, law authorized me. spending the holidays with her mother believe that orange trees are being damaged FIRE COMPANY

The annual meeting the and the Board returned to Griner Farm Sunday; to resume : by the froftU. The falling'" off of Chlef-T.Kor mw>-I Uaorloe>. Uauu-tcr.itbcinauer. t :i

I Alliance will I* held In stretch the law to make her school on Monday.C. their leaves I. the only'harm done: ., which Second Pint Miiii-UXIK. VpJk.
Inst. There MHUuiit W.O. \ l
'Tuesday, the 15th, it not stretch it to fit C, Waits has discontinued his business Is expressed by good authority, t3 be re&a1'f-J. II. M.llctt.NarbPT.. I'

no postponement or change will be your safe her and moved to Loch Lie.Rey beneficial to the trees in future seasons. TwntJftye IDembcrL ,I I
Brethren II W. Long, II HOOK AND LADDER; G'OMI Ny.
Ux levy. IUv. Eads will leave our circle next
DUI I went to Starke Friday to haMW Abrem !'aloe T.
and TrrMtee Block- Holders 'of M. Il. Row, spend a flw days with old friends there I week to attend Confer to be held fit ,4aku lOftll\&D-Yt' u. to ,. ,
change take notice. A.P. & County Commissioner \ 3tl4'f I -. '
w 14'" /
dead Vic Pro. State It.- Eustisk Tw..tl: t w r
C' ;iMr I II.... S
... "t.'J' aL* u '. -
: a
t .., .. 9'"fIII""J"" : _"If
N "- .-...- ,.., ., "" _. ,
\ .;p.- ..., -


,- '

.. .. #al -- i


t" <: ;i .
: 1',',
,, .''f'..' '
: i iyyyi ...
a.p.: J. < :\ .' ti : .

; :, .. :,tt: '( '..\ "

", ,,. ; yj
; :> ,' OCALA DAILY BANNER AVOMAN'SMISSIONAHYBOCIKTY wood making a total of two from Tampa rolht

., t>.jW.. P."t E.: HARRIS,' Editor. Christian Women In Council. district The President then stated that the '2 -i .-Drug... Line- toes As l t
.1f 4.: 1'"h --- Treasurer's had not been received
Th. seventh annual meeting of theWoman's -2: :earlygll
'' it TYEDNFSDAI'JAIWARY9.18s3) an yet. The reports of committees w'ere
:1 Missionary Society of the S 1'0
r -- = Florida conference of the Methodistchurch then heard. ?,.. .... THE PLACE TO FIND THEM rue e
I t// was held at Citra commencing on The election of officers being in order i" -18 AT- trOublcurreJl
< Friday, November 4th, and closing. Sun Rev. Ii. L. Honiker was invited to conduct 0
day evening. The meeting Friday even the election, which resulted in the t DR. DELOUEST, 411tyt
9 '"t r1y. trig was opened with devotional exer election of Mrs. J. F. Harris, President; '
t '" cises conducted by Rev. It. L. Honiker Mrs. Julia }Peeler Vice-President; Miss u. -( ht t

.i .' .: :. Thf'President having been called away Louise Tucker, Correspond i Secretary; eg., CALA I t t I I I FLOJUtJ.\
.....,. 5': q, m
J ": "':udenly: by the illness of relatives(much Miss Kate White, Recording Secretary ; ; 3m 31-t1S !Jell
\ t .:;" 1 to the regret of the entire meeting andthe ) Mrs.T, Hartridge Treasurer, and Mrs. -'f;!! n
1f flt, 1 absent it (}. W. Frazier .Auditor.. District Secre- t the
.,-. recording secretary being :'" gcidS
; became to elect officers accordingly taries : Mrs.Moore, Tallahassee district; -<
3 necessary BIRDSEYW"Wholesale
E : t
; :: ; Mrs. Mary Bryan of Ie burjr, was: Mrs. Woodward, Live Oak ; Mrs. Frazer "u' ;:: I 5. R. zee;

/ l' :.;III HAlLY DA1NJRu:- h Pflected president and Miss Kate White, Jacksonvillelr8.; Richardson! Gaines- J Indo
Lo.uj of Citra elected yule l ; Mrs. Bryan Orlaudo; Mrs.Holmes, IIn
was recording secretarypro -
:: All should subscribe for it. Ibro'
tern. Tampa.
f Mr. .Prigge, the electrician Is slowly ( Owing to the inclemency) of the The election of officers being over, the H0 &'Retail irom.

.,:, ..'t.;'..j improving, we are glad to say :' Mr.Tom Onion, of south' Lake Weir tjand visitors w ere prevented from attend of committees resumed but not finished, C2 8"it.Hal'llware

was seen on our street yesterday. ling, but as the indications of pleasanter as the time for adjournamont was near t 1
weather each train brought if at hand & Grooeries0
appeared \
Gov. Mabry, of esburg, was in the
After opening exercises of the evening
number of and before much business
i 7. city yesterday intent on legal business. had been Arsons arranged a sufficient num- session conducted by He,". Mr. Griffith f c ci. = tim

; Messrs. ,Shaw & Wallace secured the ber had arrived from the different parts the President called the meeting to
i" h?' contract for building the new Synagogue.We of the State to form an interesting body order. Minutes of preceding session was OCALA i t t t FLORIDA 8m U-M also

A bave and to fairly represent each district if read and approt"ed. for
beard but it is bran new tow
r w ;:, us that grape wine can be concerted not personally each auxiliary. The address welcome was then delivered i. Q1 Dr.
r : Into rnmiinjy '" 'v* The following is a list of the delegates! : by Mrs. II. C. Douglass, of Citia, jJtj -AT- Pri
: | Miss Byrd Tallahassee; Mrs. Pharis, and was responded to by Mrs. Collins of eve

One dru re his Yallahah ; Mrs. Bryant, L'esburg; Mrs. Anthony. After this followed a pleasant 5*
: honor, tb orning.r' Griffith Anthony ; :Miss\ Tjdings, Anthony programme of appropriate readings, wish >
The usual ; Mrs. II B. Frazer, Jacksonville; music! by tho choir, after which the 0 tr

The OCA flooded jMrs. R. L. Honiker, Citra. Visitors : meeting adjourned), having transacted FisfteI'sdaim1

) ; with war 'a taste Mrs and Miss Collins, Misses Smith Anthony with dignity and deliberation most of
and skill l..L.I ; Mrs. Light, Tustenuggee; Miss the business that assembled the.lnterest. .
Sophie Merry and Miss Annie Evans!, ing body of workers.
The fail arrOU'MVon
'" Forest Grove ; Miss J. W. Smith Willis One of the most pleasant! features of
Frell f--. a shop- ton; Miss May Jarrett,Ocala, and others.At the gathering was a public meeting held
4 ping visit Can be found of the ,
the morning session Saturday Jan Sunday evening. The exercises were 1 one aI
'II' ;; Mr.C.trument. F ......-- sisal In. II,i uary 5th, the society met at the appointed opened by voluntary singing by the choir In
/ ed from I hour; President Mrs Bryant in The President then read the Second .
'1 i load of
)Vianos at bank. the chair. Psalm, w h leh'was followed by prajer.The -I. I.H Best assorted selected and
s' ; rupt sale;,' Devotional exercises were conducted report of Miss Lou Tucker the 2 gi

*T. 'J.? stock of ;, by Rev. It. I. Honiker. Minutes of previous Conferene Corresponding Secretary was aon eta
t ,.. fruit, .snowed t rs. Fresh : meeting Mere read and approved. : read by Mrs. Frazee, which was splendid.Mrs. ,
r arrival for tern- Hour for adjournment was fixed at 12 a. I Pharis then read a short notice relating ; ( most desirable priced ,;
; 'z l-aram Fl-u'-! !anl sicsquaroyf 1m, I m., afternoon session: to meet at three to Miss Holding's work in Texas. nfl ,
: o'clock and adjourn at five. after which Miss E. R Wartmann read a i II
The t street, is ; Reports from the following auxiliaries beautiful selection! which was greatly A Stock ol Dry Goods
the pi --J I I were read : Tallahassee ono delegate appreciated by the society.
+ prietor
d31It. ,I presented a nice report ; report from LaGrange The President stated that it was the c
and Pingah ; no report from Live desire of the society to make :)11'!. J. T. q jJ
, } ':: cala Plum- Oak district secretary } ono delegate from Harris a life member, which resulted in In the City. i
( bore line stock
+ and vet ble prices. Tustenuggee and one report from Live the collection of $2S. Twenty dollars V d 31 dec i m
Oak, making two reports from that district being necessary for the object, the President ;"
d31L I ; Jacksonville was reported by the stated that the surplus would be rr1'

district secretary! who owing to the late usefully appropriated. The public meeting 2c -THE- \
"' kr& A mpletfiVetsilTvoiunjes; 0 hundredImages epidemic, was unable to render a full re- then closed and the society was I

,each bound of in the.calf International for sale cheap.Cjclo-Call port ft each auxiliary; one report from called to order for a closing session.On .
podia x
at this office. dAw jan2 td Palatka ; Gainesville district reported by motion, the amount collected more Anti l MonolJoly\ Drug
": corresponding secretary showed an than necessary to secure a life member (
Ticket For Sale, amount of work that was gratifying; ship for :Mrs.\ J. T. Harris, was kept as a ..... -
r From Waycrowto'Cinclnnattl, good until delegates present from Anthony, Citra contingent fund for the expense of print i
4 1889.: Inquire at Montezuna -
February fJI
' hotel dlt Live Oak Church Wl1li ton Orange inc the minutes of the meeting if necessary
1 ____ Blossoms, Forest Grove. Reports from STOREWILL
1 Wanted to Rent, Marvin Klsey, Melrose and Greenwood The committee on candidates rendered

quick.Anent three Call at or this four-office.room cottage. Speak making a total of nine from Gainesville a report favoring the acceptance of Miss 0; TAKE-

-_. .-- district, reported. Orlando district was Ella B. T)"dings, who ofi' red herself as a t
) AND TITLES I II Ii I1 ably reported by district secretary and candidate for missionary work, and from No Second PlaceIN
showed its work to be thoroughly or expressions of her own, recommendedthat GO TO STOWARD'SFOR
I I _______ ganized ; delegate present from Yallahah Miss Tydings be cent as teacher of -

7THE BEACON & ADAMS: reported from Fort' Dade Fairview, Con music to Brazil. FIRST-CLAR3 PLUMBING I r1 CO, IPLHTBNHSS OF STOCK...

n .- COMPANY. quest and Kitwimmtv ; total five reports I A resolution expressing gratitude and I
from Orlando district. The hour for adJournment appreciation to those who had entertained Quality of Goods: and Low Prices.
t I .. '.: -.:.-:- .... being near at hand Tampa the visitors and delegates was FORT KINO ATiyrE, : : ; MoirmxA BLOCK

JS WE PLACE: TO GET, TIlE FACTS district was left for afternoon session. passed, when the meeting adjourned Opposite Methodist Church.\- -oGOODS -

L- I- By invitation it was decided; that the The above meeting will be pleasantly dlffl. JOBBED%
I President should appoint all(committees remembered, bringing together as it djd
i A Berlou Complaint. and the following committees were appointed in social and clerical relations, so many JAS. T. -0- .
; M r.T. C French,one of the permanent : whose work is the same and affordingan ... -Located next door to First National Bank.-
settlers of Silver Spriigs Park has a Memorial Committee Mrs. Bichard- annual opportunity for comparison. I 8m 81-8S .

tIr grievance to lodge against the F. C. & P. son, Miss Lite and Miss Sophia Merry. It would be hard to compute the gain LEAPING REAL ESTATE .
Railroad It is a serious Y>ne, for it Extension of Home Work MUs May derived from such a conventional co' DEVLER. -
shows slaik business management and Jarrett, Mrs. Pharis, Miss ..:. R. Wart- operation( who at the beginning of each -A COMPLETE LINEHARDWARE-
t derelectlon of duty. This road took a mann new year disperse to their usual routine OCALA. : : I 1 : : FLORIDA '

valuable horse to transport from Jackson Juvenile Work-Mrs, Griffith Mrs. of labors, carrying with them renewed dU' --oF-
vine to the Park. The freight, $9.00, In. Smith, Mrs. Collins. determinations that widen the usefulnessof I

'T t eluding feed, was prepaid. Prompt delivery Committee on Publication-Miss M. B. every associated together until the ., GEORGE: McKAY, ,

!Lll 1 was guaranteed. Twenty-four Wartman, Miss Lila Byrd, Miss Ella Ty- very ends of the earth will be a part of I II ARCHITECT AND
|f?I | hours after the animal should have beenat dings I Christ's vineyard. And when the sacred BUILDER, '
i the Park the conductor of the Finance Committee-Mrs. Pharis Mrs. I work of christianizing and beautifying DESIGNS AND ESTIMATES Sasli,1JooB1iids

freight train)left word there that French' R C. Douglass, Mrs. Sarah Harris. the line of others the whole procedurewill FurnlaUed oa Application_ ,

/ ''i horse was at Anthony and If he wanted Missionary Candidates-Mrs. II. B. be understood as a preface so to ----0- -AT-

,i _the beast to go after It. Mr. French went i Frazer, Mrs. R. L. Honiker. On motion speak, of the dawn ofan era when the. Omcz-Rrstnasca : : : Orange and Sixth it. A.
4 op and found that the freight and feed I Mrs. Bryan was added to the last com whole universe shall join {In one conium OCALA FLORIDA. E. DELOUST.
was charged against the horse. He had rnlttte. mate voice of praise that will not cease 5 ImWM Emal&5

I a receipt for the former but the latter On motion the visitors who were asked forever. ___________________ .
was only a verbal contract and so he had -r\R3-a ii* A j. c.I'EJU B.
"' t 1 to pay it to release his property. )Jr. (to serve on the above named committees Oar )(an..
Ice French thinks his treatment in the case were voted members of this body and The complaints are so many and loud DEN-T J 8 TI, C. F. BREWER & CO.

la outrageous and unbusiness like, and Mere asked to sit with the delegate about the tardy! manner In which our : liar the most luxurious appointment ,
from such slack and shift- and beet S
11 where he came The meeting adjourned by singing and mails are sent from the depots to the equipped dental moms In the Htate of Florida.
r' leas methods are not tolerated neither Both members of the nm thoroughly prepared,
? t' In subordinate or In the management of benediction pronounced by Rev, R. L postoffice that Me have been apoken toby profraslonallr. The public rMpacttullr InriwdM HEADQUARTERSI
such corporation.. Honiker, till afternoon. dozens of citizens on the subject and New: call Merchants'and Inspect N.tlpnO their omeee Bank In BuIVUnr.room.1 Ccala.and a. -FOR--

The afternoon lon was opened at asked to whoop-up those who are to Fla. d JanSm oct 19 tPma (
The 2Tme -Union, of this morning, con' the appointed hour and services con blame. Now we do not know whether PIANOSMusical .
tain five colt fcjns about Got Flemln '
L Inaugural wit Is of the new Governor, ducted by Rev. Mr. Griffith. Report it is the driver of the wagon: orlhe man oa. r. GARY x. D. -oU'1).yk. -
ChiefJusUceRsney well, Associate Justice from districts taken up again. Orlando who controls the contract. In either
AttoiTreasurer eneral Lamar, State auxiliary report read', making a tdtal of case their attention called to the fact retslaan:: UP M.ox.AI" Instruments !
:.d ; f nd Commissioner nix from that dUtrlct. Tampa di rict
iWombwelLIT'' l ernor'*Inaugural'Ua was then called;; {no report for dh ct OrJ retaken for _wood lat iteynojd's nom .A Gary'Mock OCAIA.In .
s tapitlprp* it.
J J .. jV VPT' -.L J f sty Nvea ie.r. ..itwwtesta In r' fit.it.| OCAI
\1 .1 .tI, <<= :: .- -.1 .. ..-
itmit."J + --- -
101J .r'-... .. a ... > ,
J...,.. tt\i. : .Jp





-- On the Spot I

|ft the Editor of./ tile Banner: THE OCALA HOUSE.The .

early,As 11 the killed was unfortunate present him happened helping accident, )I Ir.which want Priggaliben so to I J JI I mn Ii FDsI t Wait onaI! Bank .

tell)'ouJust how it occurred. A broken
I fire and defective brushes raused the i i Leading Hotel of the Cite '
Ocala Florida.
trouble and prevented the electrical ;
Lrrent from passing; it was Mr. I'rigge's I i '
<<] NO. 3470. [Do ;
and -AND-
duty to try remedy this as I soon asosible
as we could not get a single iUNSURPA&5ED -t
T TWT"V"Sn uvd! m tk t :
light to burn, and he was! Irving his best APPOINTMENTS TO ANY IN THE STATE! ;
L, make the dynamo work. We had

axed the brush and nearly completed I -t-t- "

hhe wire connection when his hand by -...---................ -" --'-- .
evident came in contact with the brush, .
tbich canned hIm to receive the shock. Thoroughly Repainted Inside and Out I Paid Up Capital, Authorized Capital, \

I The machine was running: at the time II
find Mr. Prigge was in consequence --AXD- $50,000. r $150,000. .

!thrown with great force some distance REFITTED THOROUGHLY WITH ELEGANT FURNITURE .:.W..\nn.w.I'rvn. \\!II.cotCII.: "01" *". i.a.
(from the machine. Althouzli: he wa -.. ..-,-.....................
felled but I immediately shut off the
|twitch which disconnected the current --I 4
uid then ran for some water t t t V

Lead Bennie with Bell cold and water I bathed, according:Mr. Frigge's to the BEAUTIFUL LAWNS AND 0131 l l1 !JIT; i!limn; ! '! ',

instructions he had given me many A. MCIN'TYRE: C.A.OJD: .
times before in case of any accident. I -- --
also told the engineer to blow the whistlefor SURPLUS 7,000.0 0
I Mr. Bull, and I sent immediately for .
Dr. Thompson. I do not believe :Mr. OCALA, FLORIDA. '
[ Prigge can be charged with carelessness ; One of the finest and bent! equipped banking houses! in the State owned by the 1i
everybody knows that djnamo is! a very ______Snrtl.8S.NO. bank. We have !special) facilities for making Col1l.'tion8 on all accessible points.! \.
We will extend every courtesy and favor to our customers! consistent with safe
machine, accidents
likely dangerous/ to happen even and when a person are is 3,815.II .-- oankln,and shall give; prompt and careful attention to all buiiiiera! entrusted to us ,
Mr. discharging We sbllclt your BANK ACCOUNT and all business In our line, and
careful. Prigge was only -
very his duty, and the accident was I I guarantee entire satisfaction. P
nn,:bidable. No one can regret this JIHtOlM NATIONAL BANK CORRESPONDENTS
misfortune more than I do, and I do not
think that he ought to be blamed for Importers & Trader National Hunk, New York) N. Y.;
what he could not help. outhern Bank of Georgia, Savannah.
Assistant Electrician. ftaif Special Correspondents iu all important cities in the West.lcc9 .
Such base insinuations are very wrong <

and interpret show each a mean other's heart.natures.We should not : Successor to Bank Of Ocla. : ;,

Mr. B. L. Baldwin, the pioneer en-
[gineerxmlheS. S. 0. & G. railroad severed SURPLUS, 3.OOO.OO x
connection with that line a fewi ...... .. NcfJc'clry\ \\ Store
''''''''''''' -- --- WEIHELEADS: :
[ i I days ago, and we regret to say will returnto'Gamesvi11e. Jso. F, DC.NS, rretiilntt.; : Shines replete with everything in' t; ... i -
his former residence,to E. I'..s? J'C-I'rt'ltidt'nt. IN THE- his line.: Call and examiner
live. For the past! year Mr. Baldwin has li., lI. MCCOi NELi, Acis g-(' hitrBOAHD for :tl"t':

done very little running on the road, Watch\ Clock 1 1 I Strings for i: ;i.l.trum.nt.; a :
finding plenty of work in the cOmlany'srepair --: OF IUECTOnS.-- c Jewelry c : <
for <
plans new ,
shops, and drawing! All Work on rejalr ol Clocki cud %Wttch '
cars. The BANNER will 'accompany the JNO. I'. DUN I;. \'.DISHUKE8L 1 Ouaranteeil. i': .;;
and his estimable fam Old Stand. !t
genial engineer
HIIEI AUElt)1. ANDKKSON{) ; t'Jr("jJ.am +
ily and keep them duly posted. I-sRAEL: BROWK, K. O WltlUHT, -0oUCIUth'hlfW' -----------
J. A. EINbTEIX.J :'\ '.
Partner Wanted. a S lecialt)'. .
"General Banking Business Transacted Collections: promptly -DlALItn* IC-
Safe and profitable business, $3,000 to -0--- '
made. Correspondence solicited. ALL KINDS OF FURNITURE.
f3,000 wanted to meet the growing L WKST Sins
Correspondents: ( -( (X'ATxn ON or SQCABE--)
I demands of trade and extend name. 8tnSloS/I!/ -
None but reliable parties and those who National Park Bank of New }:01'k. MII't'nctUltma bank: of JlQ ton. THEY IWUTB ImtrEcriov or THEIR: <'cs itu' '
can command the spot} cash ne"d apply. National Bank of Savannah Iforgui.. STOCK AND Low I'mcu. '% ,
Call____ at-this office for particulars. 1m M* <' .

I 11 t I THE FLOBIDD IflTERNflTIONflL' I t '..1 ,1..D 1:1: !

.' .
:ANDS; T }

Semi-TropicalE1t1 !' t j

\ 9
h .
," ,- .. ,,'t
This Exposition,.incorporated under the laws of the State of Florida, will open at-= ': V V j j 1



: :,

', CLOSE 1 : MAY FIR I 1 sJJ. 389.ThU i, ':": : / i

.. ..... t

will be an Exposition of Pomological, Horticultural and Agricultural products of Florida, and her soils, timbers, woods) minerals and live stock, and in'addltlbn articles '
and products of general interest from all States and countries. Entry is open to the worldfojrthe display outs products. No charge for entries nor : space. '.for the products or J
manufactures United of Florida states Experimental station for l improvement and development of products'indigenous to this section has been located con1tiguous to our exposition wounds '
". The 1ST We invite exhibits of all descriptions, particularly those pertaining to the arts, mechanic* and agriculture, guaranteeing uniform courtesy to all exhibitors. ;

I..; ., ,: CASH PREMiyM LIST $1,400. ; }, '

n. ,

, ',
I V .,., I V .
J :

4E NPre I l -. WM.. FO Firs,, V e den" .r7' '..... \,a B.H: K dnT..69Cb' .Vsident. ;r.- '"'re !"!:-:' '
:!f ........ .I' I .'tai '.

.j ... A1..:..k.tf j ." ,, _..L..i'' .., \.'10'.,, .,"':00Ii..L. ... "- ....... ,' Y t f' nt': :

-:;:' >i ) .f.i"T;;+i ,:,j if-+ "

\ 1

I .
:, }
.\1.:'.; '' '

iQ1ji:- '. .. '
:'> '
; '
'; . /
.,J, Y. '. 1 !
f JI'. /" .

: : .. :" .
V.THE:;, : DAILY BANNER. Church Ilre.lorles. Lj n,]. i ; ,\of" ', f" 'to The DAILY IU.NXER will take great : M
r.. .
pleasnro in publishing! the directory of '
'fir : idveriWng
..Ralu.am "
1 !. every church In Ocala, black and White. '

.Y.ar It the pastors willtupply the copy ; also t.
+. li xo fu l yr, 6 ror t m.ITWktonc/ ( ,
'fr co all the lodges are requested!' to do like ; '
icon t fora=In" (r a ran .. .
'' '!{ 175 100 bO J" 00 'M1 III, 1 MIlichee \V1 ; ; J. '. it-
WI, 10 ro 250 1O *e. '
100 50 "
... "
? 18 7 00 1 'if 7U :
., 1 Inch 80 20 4 fir._l.2.. 61' "Marlon County Dental New." u

Loaa,10) cent,per lin0. This Is the name of a new publication .< S ,,
.. ,
-= ----- --- issued monthly in Ocala, by Drt. U. II. 5

Subscription Rat... A J. C Ferine, practical ,denti"tn, and "5' -
Per Annnm. H 00. eminent in their Its <
Slit )lontha. 2 2.t ).
.1 t, Three )lO&hl. 1 Vie. and aim will 1 lie to enlighten the public '

.f,.r\ of Hits (tinx>rUtiice of curing for the ''' .4,
.1 For further information apply at office or mouth and' teeth, KO necessary to comfort .
;; 'a address : 0
and health. We welcome it to the ranks .
j U .
'.:.c' ; '
'4t V' C. L. BITTINaER, ,
\ .''I Business tanager and trust it will meet with the success it
t .,'..er I rk' deserves.
t:: la .
; ;. ., TRAVELER'S GUIDE. "'anted.A : ,'. CJ
.. ,:;, Schedule of the l9. S. O. & a. R R. young man to do collecting. One : R ... .f r

/'-' :, Leave Ocala ...-.._._....._....._ 7.14 _. M. who can give tands. Enquire at the .
i I? Homo *tM............_......_....... 4,1& r. M. Music!! Store. 2tflja S .
'Jf ,', F. C, A P; R. R. (Old F. R. &: N. Line.) > ", '
its .'. Schedule. T. J. Owens keeps a fresh stock of 'I't ':" '.
fruits tonfectioneries and cigars. Fresharrivals '
: I'
:Jot. BOOTH BOUND < ( ; ,
;1. for !
.' : Passenger arrives Ocaia....__....._...A.07 t. M. weekly. Headquarters temperance ...' .."
drinks. side '
::!'r :,,' I *' .4. ...._..............2,01'1.A. M. South pu llcflquare.
''.4 Freight ?.....,?....._1..> r.. M. d& w janl 11m.
I t. ."' \ ., .0.T8I1OVN*. .
; 'r;p i"I} Passenger arrive In Ocala................... 9.07 A. N. The lied Grocery, Magnolia street, is
............. ..
4' !:L .. .ll.io r. M. the )place to (buy your pHweries.I. .
'\-i.'"; .;'
}.1t. Up Town Ticket Agent.
-- ------
4"(*.: The F. S. R, R. Time Table. K. E YONGFldtCD.The0calaflume; ) I / : :s..
\' BOOTH BOUND. hers. Call and examine their fine stock ;

N .'.i. Passenger arrive.. la.. ocala...._.........,? 1.5.P.. K.M and vet good work at reasonable prices. i /
mi II II .... ...._ .. Ai5* r. M. II ;df'c1111 .
.., .. ''
"c If ', Fretghi II ..... ....._,_, 9.50' A. M. '
;. .. .
.; 4" II _.........12.06 .. M.Freight ,
For Sale Cheap.A < r"ot.
":. .
f.. Passenger arrives In Ocala.. .................... 7.1ft A.M. complete net, volumes, 9 hundred i .0 i
I, 1' s .' :: : : .....................12:120 P. M. pages each, of the International CyclojR'ilin. I' .,. l
... : .... ..... .,. 9.60 A.M. .
t ; .
bound in calf for sale Call
'I .\ II. ....................12.06. M. cheap.
: I _____ __.____. __ __ at this office c1&w jan2 td

:','.1.. Florida round.MARKET steak (hind REPORT.quarter) 3Oe. A neat three. AVantctl or four-roow to llent cottage. Speak I 1 ;.? % t

Jl1" II. (fore ............11D10e. :
I quarter) quick Call at this office.
It.... Fork (hind quart) ............ 1234c.: ( % yam.
.. .
: II (fore ) ._. .. .. lOe. % ,
quarter ---- -- -- --- --- ----- (
; ? 'U
t. Northern mutton ............ :aw.LV .
rf'. Florida .?......... ). LAND TITLES !t1 t ,
Ai Northern round iteak _,,...... 200. I
.tt Loin and Purloin ... ....... snc.inc.. H .
t ,.;y, Ilotf-t Head cheese ....?_...... | -
Itoiogna .... ...... isc.ir :
I'\. ,.: fcllced ham ....?........ *. TlfE BEACON & ADAMS ':
PlwfeeL ...... Jrl('. '
Saugage T ..?..........10@:1)0) ABSTKACT COMPANY. .
t '' l Eggs (per dozen) ............ 3Vr.Miea .
'.. --- -.. _____ I 1IS __ '
i' : I
( 'tJ ;*.", I Maggie Wa nona lI'lleorUyron. UK PLACE TO GET THE FACT' .

,r: : .' Ga., la visiting friends in Ocala -1-

' Mrs. Lola Sraen:: of Klfwirnmce, is
: : Ornci, : : OCALA HOCSE8Ja3m '
; visiting Mn. George Carniichnpl.Dr. 1.
, ,,.. .
Grier lias charge of the work of ,

grading Lime street at the Interection. of !

First.Mr. Wm. lllckson, accompanied__ by ,

Mrs. Kate IA" ('n and Miss Willie Hick BooG & Hasli I

I IOn, ofTaladaira, Oa.,are In town today '.

Mrs. I. bt. ItobiiiKoii, of Dlitchton, a '-

,.; witness in the Hodge caw, enjoying( :; r. .,

the hcKpitaUUea of the! D. A. }filler nan- Leaders ins '
t, 6l u. .
Enoch James, Elijah Ferguson and ; 1 '( >f'
)*&: ', ', John, Q. C. Long were the witnesses examined ( : : \' 1\:r I
Tr'' ,.,
> to noon today fn the lodge* : .;
up io. ..
v.ft : : .
t+ case. _______.. ., '; '. !'
\, ..,
\ )lr. Will Westdn, wife.snd bubies, who ." ( W" l. :
.* have been the guests of Mr, and Mis. ; .
Redding,, returned l to the translucent .
.. .
) GeneralMerchandise .A '
p''; WeklwnthU morning. "", \ ',. ';. '.'" .- ." ,.' .
Judge Curdtro is busy peaking out lit*

accounts, proceeds Chautauqua ..all'. :' '
I .
.. ,'
4 ? ,.' of4'dishes, etc., which amounted to I III -- :( ,Kr 1

I .-. $258.27.; Everything! went dirt cheap., The Delivery Wagon in chargeof (i. ,,' -$:. M""' (\""' ..",,.., .;:If v: 'Im"

.pU ,I, 1 1I i )JesIe.'kin. and Louis lox are have Mr. J. M. Lawson will cnl ,( ; .. ,' A.... .'J', ." "x ', L' ... :1'
d U Ing ))11<1'ln front Of their risidenece.on_ every morning early. Save. your : .> .. .5 (-". U ,
tI? ''' Oeklarr aha avenue,over six hun.1r'I11'et't orders and navo the walk to town. :-T-

of excellent sidewalks.and do likewise.Let their neighbors c1l'e11; m :' PakeWHOLESALE i I I I -THE- U R RIGHT

a I take,patern-. .- Dmg l k Store !
t. !
t, lira Dr. Walkup died at lloftrdinan, (

t 1 c January ten children.5th. She The leaves community a bust an.1 deplore and WatCIIIlan Ocala ('lews S Depot! In seeking to get the best and most

her loss. Her father, Key. Mr. Iverey, for your money,

died recency.In\ Sumter county, aged 90. -0-
: i i ii i
: Mr. MorrU 4 Benjamin| and, family of -ANDRetail -nUT-

< :Atlanti, ,Georgia, are visiting their :!AQ: al! .11g 3 tJ I e

brother Mr. Simon Benjamin.. Mr. Ben .. Drugs LARGEST STOCK R U
''l. '' jamin la president of the Ocala Ice Co., RIGHTIn
0ALL .
also of the Atlanta Ice Co.,and is looking ,
Stock oiGents'
"" after the Interest of. the comiiauy. here. A Complete IC1NVI Of- -J.
-- -
Ix> t or Stolen. OILS, STATIONERY V, TOILET your selection of a trading place? *

A Tiger-eye acarf-pin. Suitable reward FurnishingGoods. Lowest Prices You Bay you trade with
?1 will be paid for the return of same, _ANn=. '
N' ; 4, to this office, and no questions asked. Of any ior. In Southern Florida.
J tJttfr.., I -
The grand% asked the judge y ester- I In Stock I
;; Complete I. DODD ISRAEL, : : OCALA, FLA.
'e : day morning for special instructions in ,

considering the question of our social -0-- 8mJl-M RIGHT U R

clobs. they got It. Ida Bald the selling READY MADECLOTHING We !handle none but the anal brands of cixar
violation of the Head<)aarten for Wall faper and Uarden Malt.wnioirr rI
U of tickets,was a flagrant '

: WRAZKR, E. B. RICHARDSON, .. -0- 0 t
law.Thf .
I witnesses examined yesterday In
OCAUtFLA. .. -T81-:
Fvsuc SQuu t t i
,, case, besides Dr. DUtch, were i taws II RbWKLL'S
t t'' ..P"I j M rlow, widow of the slain __ -- -- --- ---- Finest Livery in the City is the place for the

t ..I' M. Robinson, sister to Mrs.rohnle Ticket For Sale, Beet and the Cheapest lIe
,a to the twelve year old Tailoring;) -Department Urxoxctlled From W.ycroraiaftncinnaUI.r od until -0LEA.DING has the only Shoe Store

11 e 0Tdnc9( |ta taken In Fits and En-Ices. February 4, 1889. Inor! >e at' ,Montexootel. SALES STABLE v in Marion County, j

T, t1.'sJ t Wpodrow- >. 71a.t .. 4 $/ IU* 1a R9j ilaslie'. ...(
r.. "m ,,...., r ...
"Q1.- 'i: .
'l : ,", : ,
.,..., : ;
ftr\\et. Ff.dsi.2znj j =-- .:;j