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 12, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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CAPITAL PlUZE G. T. Fisher, business manager of PA., Jan., 7lli, 1889.
Geo. Wilson's Minstrels! is in the city. Roard of Trade, Ocala, Florida: t

The company of which Mr. Fisher represents I have been looking toward your tate

will open the reason at the Opera for a place 10 move my furniture, door :

House next Friday evening He and sash factory, and looking over the

S says they have been doing a phenomenal map of your State for a place, I Bee your i

hu lnl'fIR. "Our MicieM' ," paid he, is town is about the beet l located town in ,

Olio l i TllOusaml( ( Dollars easily accounted for. Geo. Wiltion' the State. I have two offers from your

name i in known far and wide ; it in a fa. State but 1 don't t think I can accept
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miliar tUP. a8 you may pay, in the two either. I am practical man In this

hemispheres, having l boon identified business, niiil for twelve yearsl hate followed

t! 4f1111 1 mt t' tl is tile Sum with the Lest and moot progressive enterprises it here and can give a hundred F
in existence. It is the synonym referemt-H. at t this place, where I live.I t
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for refined cllterhlilll1lt'lltu pptcien have a fully equipped! mill for making

I of vulgarity are allowed, no jokes are from the cheapest|. furniture the tout- a

I told that depend upon double entendre Best ; Ban work from the to one hundred fi

Banker Dunn the an a tmbMitutc for wit, and the most rigid 1111'1Ir the trade is HO it will admit, and

discipline I is: enforced. High salaried demands can lit' created for the goodp.

and accomplished gentlemen, both socially Now then make men I'rt'l'ol'itloll| what

Liberal Donor and professionally, are employed, you will rive as a bomi1, with land

< and by nub arraiiKements: the acme of enough/ to build on, and let me hear from .z

refined entertainment are reached. you HIM in. I have contract which will
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I "Our singing features are rather an expensive f"ke nix rnoi.tliH J I't. I want to I locuti
_. the on or about September to December\). r
-- ------- -- --- -- -- --- luxury, costing company
: Before thc Hnllroiul Communion. EVERY COUNTY EXCEPT item Mr. Hoping to hear from you soon,
: BUDGET OF HOME NEWSC. alone the of $G.t) a week. Yours truly,

As previously intimated in the BANNERthe MARION CAN COM- Wilson ill sing several new songs, expressly li. It. CANFIKU 10
L. BITTINGEK, City Editor. vegetable and fruit growers had written for him, on Friday evening ---

another hearing before the State Board PETE FOR IT. and he writes me they are sire to In our issue yesterday! we Mated that

No services at the Methodist church of Railroad Commissioners, at Tall abas- make a hit, and, )by, the way, Mt. Wilson :Mr.Dittemusihad erected two collates! on

'to-morrow. see on Wednesday. January 9th. has introduced quite an innovation to the lot just south of Mr. Tyler' That

Mr. Prigge; is again on his feet and There was present from this county, the regular.( minstrel bill by giving a sep| ItahIIH'ntAS a mistake.! Mr. Dittcmua ,

will electrotize the city tonight.Mr. Messrs. Bishop, J. A. Harris, Borland, When Awarded It Will be Paid-The arato and distinct performance in placeof has movcd and improved o l'tlttlantI
Bells, Edward Wartmann, Dr. Ellis And the usual afterpiece btulepque. This i iM making preparations to build; anotherone. t
E. D. Jordan the North Ontario,
Stevens, of Citra. Ocala'lt sole representative Giver's Word His Bond performance is conducted )by Powell, tho Mr. HaineM, his neighbor, livingon
Cal., and Marion county nurseryman, arrived was Mr. Coburn ; Leesburg sent famous preHtidigtiatenr and 1 necromantic the twine block, just. funith of him,
from the former place last night
I Attorney Hocker ; Okahumpkee was genius, assisted by 'Little r.mile.' Thin ha, however, erected a nice cottage cost
and is stopping at the Montazuma.
represented by Mr. Bennett. 'feature has proved a big hit, and is re- tug about $1,000.)
Police court record for yesterday : Two I Messrs. Bishop, Harris. Bennet and BLOOD WILL TELL: I INone ('c ing the highest pnuM-n from the
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drunken and disordily cases. The rural 3oburn made statements to the Board, press and ] ublic, as a change of this
"destrick" furnished one subject, while plainly demonstrating that the Florida sort is always hailed with delight. Mr.Wilson's Courtney, the dapper' market man, ban

he metropolis of Marion supplied the railroads were receiving fully their pro More GeuerouH MagnatilinouN constant endeavor to elevate tho finest of Chicago corned beef and J'

other. rata of freight on the rates establishedby Largc-Hcarted and Lib. minstrelry to a higher plain. and present mutton. Excellent corned beef and

Mr. W. W. Breese, representing the the commission i if not getting the oral-tinted Than tho Hon. John each season something entirely new headcheese that all buy. Drt'Kell! turkoys

Chicago Faruirie 1(icier, an old and 1 I lion's share of it. .-.. Dunn, Slate Senator anti I'ren- should receive in this city the encouragement in abundant, and you all want one of

well established farmers' paper, was in Mr. Ingram, President of the South Ideal of the Merchant National he no richly denerves. Powell of them for-Sunday.- _.. ---

i town to-day, trying to interest our people Florida Railroad, was the only representative Hank. will clone the perforinnnce with bin latest. The grand jury, after a 23 days

t in a "write up." lie paid his respects to of limo transportation lines and sensation,1.1Crematlo'n,' living human t 'HMou. made their presentment to tho a

the DAILY PASSER. made a good plea for the intertsts he Let Every Citizen Read the Record I being burned\ to ashes in full view of the court this morning and were discharged' ,

lepresented, especially i for his road. audience.\ Forty-live indictment wore found. The
and inclement -
Owing ro iho threatening Draw Inspiration From it, and Losen
There did not that occasiona We rive the house a bumper.linptlHt .
appear pay > presentment will be published !later. '
of last night, the German
weather the Strings of His Pocketbook, to .. .
paid attorney for the railroads, and it -- A I
given by the Plutnix's Club was only Church Ht'a'vlt.'t' Wanted,
t was strongly intimated that the Jack- Push forward to a Successful Issue
(. moderately attended, but those who, did Four thousanddollarswantedfurthreo '
sonville Board of Trade banquet the the Semi-Tropical Enterprise.At The 1'aitor will preach in the morning 1,
1 brave the lowering clouds and damp atmosphere on the subject of "Clirintian Indebtett- years, on bearing! orange; grove property'
time night previous, was too much for them. in Marion! Bounty Address! T. this ounce
had a very pleasant nesn," and at night i on the subject of
General Tiloon of Bend
Orange was
a meeting of' the directors of thooomi'fropical
t The President of the Merchant' National detained by belated train, HO did not Association} last night, the Va Us." _- -- -- _- .-.. .. _. .. .

Bank of Ocala, lion. Join F. Dunn, trill put in an appearance to plead for the lion. J no. .1-'. Dunn, Mate Senator from Hon. John F. [Dunn l'r"Almt of the It.INJttl

pay 1,000 cash to the county/ making the but orange interests.Mr. our district, and the well known President J/trr/irtn/V Xatioiuil Think, ayrttt to JHVJ I 1l 1 &1 FOX'i
continuous exhibit at our Ibpotilion. The Cobutn submitted scheduleof
a new of the Merchant's National 1 Bank, 1,000 nuh an a prize to time county inakinythe ;
jud'lea are to be cho e'n by competing countiti rates based on milage, which is four surprised his associates by offering a bextcontinuotm exhibit. at the ."tl'1n -Trull-

and Marion it excluded from the contttt. cents a box less than the prevailing ones, cash premium "f $1,000 for the bust continuous ical Exposition/ to be laid in Octilri, vhirh -.---

of the fruit and which the Board assured! the delegates opens January Si>th. Marion county! tuna
There will be a meeting : county exhibit from any countyin
and vegetable growers of the State in should be carefully considered,and Florida at Ooala's Semi.Tropical Exposition not content fur the prize.. The judges are to The Holidays are Past !
their statements of fact and figures be chwcn by the minfMtiny countiet.
of February to or-
Oeala.on the 6th day (Marwn not included,) as a .
could not be controverted, that the --- ----
ganize an association, the business of same capital prize. The counties in the State
should have a place in the schedule of Found-A brown xmy| two white .'9 -
which will be to see that every mo'emade making the display! to select the judges. /
by the railroads l before the State freight charges. There will be no charge for entries or old hind field feet, with saddle house and bridle on, in TIII: ut'Hii IH! ovnu.Wo : .
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Commission to increase rates is promptlymet The munificent\ offer made by lIon. John space.! 1' rilJe. H-
and the growers interests properly F. Dunn President of the Merchrntt' Autioruil Vf-o have BO often referred to the

protected. .. .. Hank, for the tart continuous county generous, and noble act Mr. Dunn ban Wanted Quick, have: settled down to strict'lJul5hH'tlH -
The members on organization are exhibit at the Ocala Exposition u well north performed for Ocala and Marion county A neat or four room cottage Good and. mutt! wu mean busam!

Fakes arad L. L. Q>burn, of Ocala, C. Ilr.1 the ,fort, and exertions of any county The that with each new surprise Inn liberality permanent tenant. Call at this cilice. in wliat wo tuy.Wo .

White and J. B. Borland, Citra, ) 1,000 will be paid in cash to the repretenta- almobt surpasses our belief, and has ---- - ---

Rooks, Fruitland Park, General Tilson! lire of the Mccestful. county, Marion being confirmed us in the irapreftwon that his The Red Grocery, Magnolia street, is have n Large Stock of .
'W. W. Bennett, of time plocu to buy jour groceries.:
Bend and excluded.
Orange noble nature is a well spring of benevolence II. %.u.UU\8, Proprietor.d .

Okahumpkee.This A Circulation Ouen. generosity, enterprise' and truly 31declmIt. ,
is a move in the right direction The NeeYork World offered a hundred Inspired progressveuetis.! -- Dress GooffsSuch
and the producers must remember,that if E. YOXUK l A C)., The Ocala PI urnhers. Wiqter
dollars prize for the person To him as citizen and a man wo point.
Call und examine their flue; ;
do not look after their interests, as stuck
companies do theirs would come nearest guessing its ,with .pride, and trust his manly and get good work at reasonable iirices.:
the the fruit transportation and vegetable growers are boundto { tion. Mr. Mont. Atkinson of WI wine example, may stimulate others in d Sldeclm: .

pay the fiddler. ship tried his hand and mad it our midst to emulate him in fostering and aw Flannel, Ca8hU1 1 Henriettan t'

000. He insisted on hilt wife's making m;. promoting the beat material, social, edu. Partner Wanted. Allx'trtw. etc., c t..
Our Senni-Troplcal. guessing eilort, and to place' her numberat cational and moral interest of our city, Safe and profitable business, |:3,000to and and black.
is shaping itself towards a '
Everything 1,400,000, but her diffidence and reluctance county and State. J.rxxj: wanted l to .meet
successful and brilliant opening on the demand of trade and extend name.
29th day of January. Professor Colby, to take a hand at a game of In our admiration and enthusiasm! for None but reliable (turtle* and thaw who -Wo will otter those good -

than whom tnere is no more earnest, chance restrained her, and the result the man, and his acts, and for KB futureof can command the shot lash need 1 apply. y
was the family lost the $100, for that Ocala and with Call: at this office for particular*. '
our intensity
musical director county, we
conscientious and able ;h'i'([ ]I! 3rEmm l .Ll'1YB
the number that would have

or thorough musician In the State, will captured longing and fervor of thought, cry Prof. A. J. Foskett,
furnish the music with a select band, the prize. out,' Oh, fora hundred Dun n't
Practical tuner thirteen \
composed of fifeen instrument, not in- Hound Well, 14OCk.1iI.11 and U Home Pork. with Oliver piano DiUton & Co.; ; can be foundat years Regardless of Iost !

the base drum, six of whom are Well. *
eluding the Ocala Music Houne. Good work
Dr. J. II. Billingsley, of RedJick
t soloists wide reputation and highly: THE OCALA DAILY BAXSER!Bounds well; done and satisfaction guaranteed. Inferences -To close out and get ready for-
slaughtered today a pig two old
proficient performers on their respective and, under the editorial and business yean : Ocala Mimic house, Rev, C B.
weighing 420 pound, net Who can Wilmer Prof. W. d. l'ikl.WV.. Con.
management Bit
instruments. The music will be one of of Messrs. Harris and
I beat U ? The BAK.VBK wagers a year's don, Dr. ThompHon, Captain Thayer, Gun ffl'n'd TIIAIE.
the delightful features of the Exposition. linger, we treat that (It will d6 well. The subscription on the prize porker of theBeacon. Prof. C. II. Colby and others. cc21Ul! c
Professor BAr bur ia organizing a cho- daliy is full of good reading. i U well, '
________ We will positively Bell these goods
rooa to render the opening ode ; the printed and deserves .acc*+*.-Ltttbury Tales! Ta.leer y
and Commercial Just What It Will. off at what we can get for them,. t
words written by Professor I am ready to 'receive the State and and tIle fret to select '
the musical core prepared by Professor Miss Jane Kellogg, who- baa been Tnc OCALA BAXUKB startout this week County,Ux.s, at my otflfwiri <'a'a.tt'u Tiaf e'the tenefi t'of the1
( Barbor. Those who are judges of the In MIDne returned M a d 1Jy. The first number received .U palen on applying to pay wljluot fall I 'I '
ft otA
pending year to bring or end A d admirable and bright aDtlUu CeedlniDuzn. tbfprppcrtyupon
music and words they art newsy ,
1 last evening by the ?. C. k: E, jRailroad. which they wUUtQ ,'
production and most fitting and appro- to gladden the team other many ad- ben are aa'Interesting will turelprove* Un1. U.1'. W.urxaxxl pa, A
priate for.the occasion. mirel'l.f blessing: to Ocalr-r Qari* Tc1tgra .:. dU tats Tax'Collector)f arloa County : ; & FO ;,'

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{;t : OCALA DAILY T1IK SOUTH'S 8T1UIOGLE FOIl Earnest and Eloquent Appeal. till you will load railway trains, as people -
BANNER. *. .
''\ r!i\\ .. HMIMHIJ., To the Citizens of Marion County : load them with wheat in Dakota. Line-
fit ) ', :'}' ;'tb. >. .",a;. HARRIS, Editor, ':\ -- The pleasurable sensations which fill it means, turning lathes, carving appa- -Drug -
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"" Since the South has mind in announcing to that the and machines for manufacturingyour
'J : -----=:jJ.= I ... begun to give more my you ratus
li il; 'I 8A'I.URIiJ ); A1UARy1t,1880.( attention to material growth than to political Florida International and Semi-Tropical hard wood A treasure to Florida -

'.! t::=: ___: _, ::- _-=-- --2==- .__ ::: affairs, her fields, orchards and Exposition: Building will be BO far com equal to the !gold of California. I take TIlE PLACE TO FIND THEM
.' ., H gardens, her climate and soil, are attracting pleted by the 20th of this month as to occasson to say to all people In Florida

.. t, the attention they have 110 10ngdCftervfltl. commence redeivi nut exhibits,preparatoryto who have hard woods don't you burn -13 AT-

a ,grand opening on the 21Mh, i la exceedingly anbtht'r stick of It. The day will surely DR. DELOUEST,

Grndv'n speech at the Texas State fair, gratifying, especially BO an it come when your live oaks, magnolia "

and the article in yesterday's paper,''&.Te stands there as an enduring monumentto red bay, Ac., will be of great value to -(\VEST; SIDE SQVARE.)

p ,\ an array of figures as .startling as they the enterprise and energy of a people you. I might write to you all night of OCALA I I I I t I FLORIDA

: ___ I were magnificent and which go to show whom the outside world are pleased to the posibilities of Florida, but I won't. 3m 31-83
j the great possibilities the South is capable designate as being devoid of these vir There can be so! much said of your marlll, .

of if the necessary steps are madeto tues.As phosphates, lime rock muck and other
make the most of them. And the an }Exhibition Building:! it rears its fertilizers that I must leave the'n for

Soul h is making these steps. Every section towers and rabies without a peer. Thereis sotne one else to write about. Now, S. R. BIRDSEY & COWholesale .

'!'' -.. - of the South is putting forth Its hPl8t nothing in the annals of Exhibitions please, come and help us do grand things ,
t Nine buildings were burned at Shreveport etlbrts to attract Immigrants and industries which, affords a precedent' for this. There With your help we will do it. Won't -0-

La., January 10th, entailing a Ions and the "battle for empire" is beginning is not in all this country or elsewhere a you give it? Respectfully,

.,. of$76,000. to be made in earnest. In the town and county of seven,times the! population CHAS. W. CAMPBELL. & Retail

. last ten years more than 12,000 miles of and wealth of Ocala 1 and Marion General Manager. _
DEALERS INHanlware -
G'eD. Boulanger: intends to- resign his railroads were built in the South and county which ever dared to erect such a .
-t Seat (in the Chamber of_Deputies for the for the first exhibit to be held
,' more than five hundred millions of dollarsspent building Let every county understand that Marion

,.':. 1\r,'tS ',' Kord.rtepartment. in their construction. Eighteen- within their bounds. You, my fellow- it not permitted to compete for the magnift c i l 1 c ft Groceries l

hundredandeiahtynineshow8$200,000000 I ,- citizens, scarcely realize what you have cent cash prize offered ly Hon. Jdhn F
8 : :>, l. Mr. C. D. Owens, traffic manager of more capital invested in cattlein done.Wlien that f. the Plant thinks -:>-
that Florida's
; \ system, the South than there was fever, was creating havoc at points ih for the best continuous/ county exhibit duringthe
f' \ 1\ future was never brighter than now. in 1879. The South has the largest State, and were surrounded bya OCALA, I I I I FLORIDA .
,y:,.; ". your you Ocala ExlO iiiol//. Surely $lOOO, cash 8m 81-68
; coal and iron of section in shot quarantine and in daily fear
!,I' ; The President of the French Deputies deposits any gun ought to awaken to renewed zeal and energy
.J.; i made a speech in the Chamber of Deputies the world and they are being rapidly of a visitation, it was announced to you every county in the state, toning nothing of
' i mined. The growth of Birmingham, that it was meet and that Central afi6
!.. 4t *' January 10, in which he declared proper the accompying honor advertisement.
'1' which almost to the blush Aladdin's and Southern Florida should this season -APisfteI's-
<,t.y his ambition was to promote the polley puts Judges are to be chosen by! the competing
: ,.\ ..'. of peace. palace, is an example of the South's ac- hold a Semi-Tropical Exposition. This conntift.
mf't': tivity in her coal and Iron re-ions. She proposition was endorsed, and to give: it -

'. < '/ The German government has forbidden will soon command the coal and iron a backing, one hundred and thirty men TRAVELER'S GUIDE.
.:" the circulation of Henri liochefort'a trade of the world. It has been stated promptly gave their obligations! to pay
that while all the rest of the United one hundred dollars each to place the Schedule of the S. S. O. & G. R R. ID. s sCan
de4 Leave Ocala .................................. 7.15 A. M.
., ; : States, in a iwriod of five years increasedthe enterprise on a solid foundation. A Ilomoeiisoa................................... 4.15: P. M.
i," German government. product of pig Iron only 9,000 tons, company was formedand behold,to-day, F. C. ft P. R. R. (Old F. R. &: N. Line.)

Virginia: Alabama and Tennessee increased the result ; what was" sixty, days ago, Schedule.
: 1,000 calk hat been offered by Hon. John their output more than 300,000 growing in the pine forests of Florida norm' JlOl"1ii D.

t'4.' : F. Dunn, Resident of the Merchants' Rational tons. Her cotton mills are multiplying rears its magnificent proportions in the Passenger" arrives" la!. Ocala..' ........-...............2.fft.fi.07 p.A. M.M. be found one of the
; Vankfito the county making the in numbers and in capacity, and oil mills form of a building of architectural beauty, Freight .................-..1.45 P. M.

Q: t l best continuous exhibit at the Ocala Exposi are springing into existence all along the resting on four hundred brick piers, containing WORTH BOVNB.

f' '11<.>, ..' tion. Marion county is barred from competing cotton belt. And as to cotton Itself, the six hundred thousand feet of Passenger arrives!. iu.. Ocala.. ....................................11.10 9.07 A.p. M.M. Best assorted selected and
r, :,).' .' ; judgti to be chosen by competing : outh will forever hold undisputed lumber and four hundred thousand 1in- Freight .. ................... 1.15 A. K. ,

ear 1'fjl" ..t counties kingly! empire. We have a favored land glee, 310 feet long I and 150 feet in width. Up JOHN Town FRAZLE Ticket Agent.,

and should make the most of it. Talk about Northern and Western energy
", tit: The House of Representatives is in The F. S. R. R. Time Table. most desirable
. .. Putting sectionalism behind us, let the and capital I It was "Florida's" SOUTH BOUND.
, Weaver
ti'l "hopeless helplessness. Mr. of
" young men of the South of today consecrate ,' energy, capital and enterprise that dia Passenger arrl.elll In Ocala................... l..V p. M.
: ,; Iowa, seems to be King of it. lie IIH'OuiI" .' .................... 6)05 p. M. f' ,
1 'f' themselves to the struggle for empire this and others of larger means and Freight ...._ 9.50 A. M.
[ ;':. t. tinnally house divides moving to be an counted adjournment t and day,after the ;to the makingof South thegreat- :, ability, your county and city promptly :::::::::::::: .12,05a.: : M. Stock of Dry Goods
'. day Is thus thrown away." The house is est part of the American Union And in responded, until your subscription list is Passenger arrive I in Ocala.................... :7.15 A.M"
: this struggle no State has more for hope unprecedented<< in the annals of enterprises ..... 1220P.M.
UVi: at a loss how to extricate itself. A reso- Freight I. :::: :::::::::::: 9.5D A. M.:
FI" { lutlon expelling Mr. Weaver is talked t of. i and inspiration' than FlorldlIn the of this kind. Your Exposition .. .. .. .. .....................12.I{} A. :II.MARKE'I in the City
;" production of cotton, both the long and Company believe the limits of your ability I,.
d 81 dec 4 m
.'; An election by the people having failed the short staple' he can successfully will have not yet been reached, and REPORT.

', ; )' ,; to elect State officers In Connecticut,both compete with any of her neighboringStates knowing there to be many parties who Florida round steak (hind quarter) IOc. --,
; /-:' houses of the legislature met in Hartford ; her high hammock lands mature will be vastly benefitted by this enterprise I (fore quarter) ............NalCc.
{ Pork (hind quarter) ............ 12Yvc.
t" .':; 1 the 10th and the ballotting showed the tobacco plant in such perfection who have as yet given us no aid, (lore quarter) ............ lite.20C..
on ,
1}; 1" I Northern mutton ............ .
the following result: as" to rival Cuba ; the grape can be appeals to them to come to the front and Florid .. ............ 15c.
I ". Governor-M. G. Bulkley, republican grown equal to the list vintages of help this enterprise and make Itwhatyou I-oln!Northern and round hurloinlli steak ...OM.................. 2 9)e.<)C.IV.. WatClmaQil1:3J
'159 Luzon B. Morris democrat 05.: France; the reclaimed lands around can, if you will-a wonderful exhibition >K'i Headcheese .........." .
J: .c ; JIoI''IO\ ............ l\c.'
. .kW'' Lieutenant Governor-Samuel K.: Mer- Kiffiminoo shows that sugar can l he of the wonderful productions and sliest ham ............ 11C.

'I'}", ;.:' win, republican, 100 ; John S. Kirkham, grown in greater luxuriance than in the resources of a wonderful country. We I\ujaje Pigs feet .................:.HXajOC: lie
7:v f!? democrat, 92.Secretary IxmMana' bottoms ; and in the yield of have the best! evidence that r presentations Eggs (per dozen) ............ 3V. : : CD .n l1J l1

I r of StHte-II. Jay Walsh, oranges her native groves, miles in from every State in the Union and

a '"aei', republican, 100 ; Henry A. HUhop, democrat length, aro undisputed evidence that oho every province in Canada will visit us rpHOS. P. GARY, M. I) ,

i" ; 1)1. has no rival in that industry in the this season. It is our desire to receive
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0I'1d. these people with that cordial courtesy PHYSICIAN AND tUBOEGX.
' \: r Treasurer<:'8. Henry, republican 104;
. r. The> history! of all peninsulas will be and generosity which comes of people
, ; J. G. Martin, democrat, 92. I Rooms, Agnew & Gary's Block, OCALA.
7.; .:: '!.1 Com\trollcr-Jobn 11. Wright, republican the history of Florida. Her imputation whose blood is! warmed under the rays Tweuty-ssveu year,' eijwrlence In K orid. Gents''
Diseases. :
.. frr 158; Michael t 8.: tubb, democrat, OJ.t' : will be more dense! than any other Statein I of a Semi-Tropical sun. We wish to demonstrate t UjanUm Janl'V ); Famishing
the Union. to them, by our exhibition of

,\ i There is aJeall.ik"in theWest Virginia Tho Kxj: posit Ion at Ocala is but the beginning citrus fruits, agricultural t products, soils SHAW & WALLACE, Goods.
Legislature which will probably continue of the end. and 1 hard woods, that this is a country .

i"- until the election'ruuddle is settled and Let us sustain! it and make it a sucrecs. favored by Providence, and desirable fora

., 1' every day that muddle becomes more I Is miccess should bo the rallying cry home. Now, my countrymen and Contractors-- .

,,. '::' I. muddled. Judgo Campbell has issued of every citizen Marion.: women, we were encouraged in our workto : KEADY MADE

s 'J an Injunction restraining the Secretary:\ of believe it was your desire that this
' i i. :t., '. .State from doing certain acts, and Judge A Story with H Moral.A I impromptu Exhibition should be a 8ncII =and=

)i i :,,: Guthrie has Issued a writ of mandamus newspaper| | in Illinois recently cess. We have reason to believe our CLOTHINGTailoring

' .' I ,. compelling him to do what Judge Camp brought suit against forty-three who II neighboring counties ale coming: with Builders

',.(; \ b<:11 says he shall not do. The Supreme would not pay their subscription, and exhibits sufficient to fill our buildingvast :: :::

I' Court has'awarded a rule against Judge obtained judgment in each case for the as it is. To do what we ought to do,

'' .:f'. : Guthrto to show cause why the writ of full amount of the claims. Of these Your Executive Committee has decidedwe Department Unex-

'. > '. .' injunction should\ not be issued against twenty-eight made atlidavit that they want more means, and feel justified OCALA, : : : FLORIDA celled In Fits and Prices.
3.. 'r r I slat to prevent his interference with the owned no property in excess of what the in calling upon those' who have not )'ethl'lllt'd JallSm d..>c3l.1m

.:". ," Injunction for a hearing. The w hole proceediogH law slowed them, thus preventing an at us to do what they can to help
\1- grew out of dishonesty in elections. tachment. Then, tuner the law of Con. this grand undertaking, and to those GO TO STOWARD'S

y ;I t:; ". A "fair ballot and a fair count" is grow making the taking of a newspaper' who have already contributed they earnestly Palace Store 1 !I Ii FOP MRhT-CLASd PLUMBIXO IFoal J
not wanted by any party of any State in from a j>o6toflioo without paying for it request to increase their subscriptions DragWHOLESALE l c .

1 the Union except theparty out of power.. theft, they were arrested for petit larcency if their judgment may dictate i II I -

}l. The ins want to stay In and are not particular > and bound over in the sum of $JOD People of Marion county, it is a "Big -0--- ICING Avim, t : : adQNTUCMA
M to the methods employed, so each. All but six gave bail, and the Thing"! that your sister counties are wil BLOCS
Opposite l
others Jfethodlrt the..... ..
went to *
sufficient to keep the jail. make centre of and 1 1aht
the\ method are ling to a you brine J
The BANNER is glad that.it is
exhibits be made in midst
4 cut out your andit t
to resort to such a summary process -AND- .
is for to provide
necessary: you every
'. Plenty of IMa Money. to collect its little bills. As : 'on as JAS. T. 1
;34 .1 of |: :> In a person's subscription to it expires he convenience comfort for your neighl Retail I !lo LANCASTER, '
With a grand total 274OOD,000 Drugs
4 ia at once notified and if he makes no response l bore during their sojourn among us. -1-1
.l the Yaoderbuilt family, they can neverbeat his name stricken from the list Your committee believe! you will do it.Won't .
-i I : .. aloes' for pin-money. Cornelius;: has and that ia the end of it. you ? -ALL KINDS OF- LEADING REAL ESTATE DEALER.
We to our Illinois t1
.' : "an even $100,000,000; Wm.K.$85,000,000; that if say he will make a good contemporary j aper-put Do you realize whit all this thing OILS, STATIOXKUY, TOILETAND -1--

f.. Geo. "St. $15,000,000; Fred W. 116,000,000. energy and brains into it, that he will means? It means an influx of popula OCALA, .1
four sisters 112.000.000 each. be saved the tmmble; of resorting to the tion you never dreamed of. It means : : : : : FLORIDA
law to make [ read it.
eople Our subscribers -
the demonstration of the productiveness FANCY ARTICLES dtt'4
r Liberal Glvem. pay for TUB lUN.vut with a gra
cious readings of a soil yet unknown, which will require -
'' The largest, soma of money donated by MORAL-Print a good paper and it will, railroad capacity and vessel tonage In Complete Stock 1 I I0 GEORGE MCKAY,

Uidividuahi In the United.f States for educational be road and paM for. unknown to Florid to transport. It ARCHITECT AND BUILDER .
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purposes, are ae : means the erection in your midst of factories t
i $ t>D0000; Stephen Girard, Death of an Aged Preacher. We hands bet DJ IGl.L"IiD ESTIMATESFurnlihed .
Stanford. to work your long staple cotton. DOM the onset brands of tinn. '
$ 000': John Hopkins $3,143,0):> ; Rev Wm. Martin, the oldest preacher It means oil milts to encourage you in lie qUMWra for WU IMpei tad OWeD 311.! ool .1ppl1caUon_ (
t In the South .. ..
Packet to Ixshigh Unlvereitr Carolina Conference of the .a----
Asa $3,000,000 Methodist the production of cotton seed and castor 'VRIOUT & FRAZER, t't
Ezra Cornell, $1,000,000 ; Jonas G. In Episcopal Church,South, died oil beans. It rice mills to OPrua-atrslraxu I t r Oraup and sixth_ ,
; Colombia 8. (1 last means encourage
,on Thursday,aged t rimJe 8QCAu r r i i ocAn.ni. OC.u 4. ;;
Clark, 11,000,000, i 60 years the production of upland rice, SmJlW I'LOB1D4. :w.:tIID188
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Semi-Tropical.. Exposition k

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-This Exposition, incorporated under the laws of the State of Floridaill open at- ----- .




This will be an Exposition of Pomological, Horticultural and Agricultural products of Florida] and her 1.oils timber, woods, minerals", and live stock, and in addition articles
and products of general interest from all States and countries. Entry is open to the world for the display' of its", products. No charge for entries nor : space for the products or.
manufactures of Florida .
The United States Experimental Station for improvement and development} of product indigenous" to thin section has", been located contiguous to our exposition grounds.t .
-AVo invite exhibits of all descriptions, particularly those pertaining to the arts\ mechanics' ", and agricultuie, guaranteeing uniform courtesy to all exhi )itOrH. .

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GEORGE W. WILSON, Pre8ident."Y.I. FOX, First\ \fice-President. IW. 11. KNIGHT, Second Vice-Presideut .

0. W. CAMPBELL, SR., General Manager. G. S. MAYO, Treasurer.:. \ J. O. CLARK, Secretary.

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11. B. McCoxNKLL: .Idiig Cashier : .7onniij I I0
Briny now established in our new and elegant Bank building' are prepared to guar .
to Flnt Nttloual ant.11m )-*
antee satisfaction to all.
General Banking business transacted. Exchange bought and told. A. :MCINTYI. CziII: : z st-88

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One of the (Intuit and U'..t ixnilpjK'd }'RllklnlllwlIl4t't in the State \ OF-
JNO. F. DUNK, K P. DISMUKES, Lank. We have Binviat facilities fur makinv Collections on all amwible r
riMR 11HEINAUEIIHAUVEYKNIGIIT J.EINSTEIN: We will extend every fonrttwy and) favor to our utoirifrs< coriHiHtt-nt, WAR E
.,' : WM. ANDERSON; oanklntr and) oliall give )prompt and careful uttfnt .on to all ImtincsH rA'I) ,
J.C.PERINE, I- ". TIIAYEIt, We solicit your BANK ACCOUNT and all business In our
entire satisfaction.

: IniporturH & Traders Xatlonal Hank, Now York ; ,

Rational Park Bank of New York. MavencK: Rational, Bank of Boston. outhern Bank of Georgia, Savannah.
National Bank of ftavannah flroryin. -
I Mercantile Banking Company, Atlanta. Louisville Banking Company, Louisville, Ky. to Y Special Correspondents in all important citicH in tile "'('
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DOaIoewSivotl! i -THE- -LUDH IN 1UI"Watch "- Nome\\ Jewelry & CO.

* Finest Livery in the City replete with ) '
his line. Call and :

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LARGEST STOCK 1m 81-88 Work, on repair of lucks
LINE! Ln3J4'W Rholnauor's Old
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J Of Mf'Stoi* la Soothera Floridaz Have the meet luxurtoui appointment* and te4 UClmlrlflJ: u '
f '. equipped dental room to IM State of 110..d& KINDS OF '
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ptofeataoally. Tt public respocuuny Inkedto -0- )
'I.DODD ISRAEL, : : xarchatr e ir offlea<< *la room 1 and t, Ivrrrs Iwrscnc or "' YAK r
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', I+ Edonark, of Martin, asks, "Did you CJ 0
take advantage of the blessed one )ear '
3; in four that is given?" This writer will -t o-
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give 'her experience. Trial No. 1Wentto'charrh ,f ft -
' on matrimony Intent ; ." I I 1.1 1\\ '
r; cast a 1ance in' every direction and beheld P t ( C::
c the uglitot set of men imaginable. yi 4 1
s They were altogether unlmalle. No. 2. .
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-Picnicwastobeenjoyed. With whom? o "
,, A man who has woed every marriageable: .', :. 4p

' sr. woman in the neighborhood from the .i. r I *# ::atj
time his second "sunbeam" took Mrs. ,
; Wins'!ow's toothing Syrup to the day !
she foolishly listened to his foolish ties.

No. Received a letter from 4tn! )'
"# "Unknown admirer. Wasted precious
time wondering if he would prove wore
thy of particular admiration. 'Dreamed
t that he would;i but dreams generally go
r by contraries ; so he is still "unknown." 2'

No. 4.-Fish-fry; get ready was the .. .
: order of the day. Thinks I to myself,

) such a long time for love making I surely : ( f :' ., .
;? r success will bo attained. Heart went : 4o Ji J -I IH
I plt-a-pat, pit-a-pat. Neared the rendezvouz g
with a face wreathed in smiles.
Horrors! horrors 1 all widowers!

No. 5.-Getting nervous. Repeat frequently -
r, the old adage, "If you don't succeed
try, try again." Introduced to a ; Ul
,. Western gentlemen at the Oak Lawn M + I
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remarkably handsome picture from the t a
West. Admire I it,exceedingly. He is a
'? brunette (so am I), therefore he is not ., -
the,right one, :
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No, Dreadfully disheartened : a 't-,. \ ," ; '
'4. ,: mutual 'friend, through sympathy and 4 [

.- ', 'II kindliness of heart, recommended a .
,i Northern man. Corresponded! for awhile, 4i Inilloo;
j but finally wrote him that sunny Florida .
I. ; couldn't be exchanged for the frozen $ .
--Rl North., Hopeless 1 oh, ,so hopeless| -
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; Sing constantly "No one to lo\e." .
No. 7.-"Odd number, good luck" ., + (fJ

Amen. Will attend all the spring picnics '
,. : ( | BO look out for me all ye marriageable
men. This is your year; don't be .
bashful. A bashful man is an abomination.

.. MopejTY, i- -I

Our. Chief 1.romoteIJul" : ,( .. .
Fledged Colonel: ...0.

AH along it has been plain private \ -- -- -- -
Frank Harris, Editor of Tins OCALA BAN ,

t, XKB. Since he became ambitious and "
: 't', started a dally, communications are rolling ..

1 ti: in thick and fast, offering profuse .. ,..'> .; "f "' & afiLeaders
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and sincere congratulations on the .
:r. sparkle and pith contained in our little
DAILY, and invariably addressed to "Col-
onel" F. E. Harris, Editor-in-Chief of

k ,' Tnx DAILY BANNKB. Peace hath her in
victories no less than war, and Colonel

"M Harris sincere,analytical,pithy,pungent WILL OPEN JANUARY 20, 1889. -
l; and pregnant words from his pen'is recognized
r abroad and honored as few at
u t' home who do not see our dally correspondence GOODS
( 't t as the local does have the In seeking to get the best and most

faintest conception of the kind, compli for ;your money, I
4 mentary and commendably terms showered .

ppon him. And with all so modest -BUT-
"; .retiring and unassuming, he wears his The Leading Hotel of the City And GeneralMerchandise
I' ull-blown honors most blushingly.

i j t Subjcts for Sunday, January 13, at the R U RIGHTIn --Aa -
;: Presbyterian church are; in the morning
"God's Angela Meeting Us in the Way."
the "Our Wrong Choices Delivery Wagon in
In evening
.... your ft trailing placo?
Mr. J.
i ---- M. La wm will\\ call\
:'C ",' Dwljtht E. Arnold. mine hott",of the You fray you trade ith I every morning early.) Save jour
hotel Marion,H"cr Springs, Park, wa ROWELL ? orders and save the walk to town,
oft tft\ streets.to, \1 Thoroughly Repainted Inside and Out I IREFITTED dfC31Sm
/ t c P.B.Dukes, bought a Florida yearling --
" of .,EdwaToX;' tjich.wplghed net,ove -AYD-
Ir 4' 500 ;pounds. The meat looks good enough LAND
' \0.' t- to consume RIGHT IIR
-I I f.,1 L 'Tbe Fennsyhania cyclone victims, are I -

,? eightteeq Q1I'.01..the. R with Hiira1at&1ly.1njUred... Out of the
1'i / vpHtsburg irreck fourteen mangled reNain -- BEAUTIFUL LAWNS AND CROQUET GROUNDS !! ; ABSTRACT COMPANY.

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ROWELL'S is the place for the I __ r
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p.pn's business review reports 1m- IS THE PUCE 70
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WMfr,4itl FOR TrtMSjLrrtT TO : ; : : L. M, TJIAYEE, YAN.AGD. -.
de.acy 'sot"ba",4 downWae&'teiiF has the only Shoe Storein -
"'OOI4nn ard. bOD trade booming'> Marion County '. OCALA FLORIDA. Omo, : ; OCALA Hocst
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; : Xn goods in good demand sm11"s4"Best .

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