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 17, 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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TUB tLORWA INTERNATIONAL AND ..; / : Chapter of 'lI hRl'''. ThoOnptUl Conference.RcixHlrtiforfht CITY & COUNTYDIRECTORY

>\' Bui ford had! a hard time daily PaCy Sannrr. 1

\ \ and then only to The Pastor's Conference of the Baptist" .

pontment.: In the first ministers of .'lorI.11nlet yesterday in CITY OFFICERS

I > missed last Saturday night'a the Ocala Baptist t'Iurl'han,1! was ore Mayor-l>r, Ttuw r. GAr)'. 4. ,
train, by speaking too long in taniml! b)' electing lieu Paul Willis, of ('It'rllA.. Hiillock. yam,
I ) : case.! Took Sunday morn- Brooksville moderator, and Rev* 1), MunhMl-T. K. Hull..
to find when he got to Bald Greiger of Lewburg, clerk The following (Collector" -,...it-D..K r.. Mrltrr.TrvHMirer (J" lm>n.A ..
the evening train to Talla- named ministers were in attendence : -K. R. Siifmdeu.
; iy ( been taken off ; had to lay N. A. Bailey, Orlando ; II. M. King, I'wiiclfiit rouneil\ -Jno.. K.. Dunn
Monday morning, when tha St. Augustine ; W II. Owen, Pensacola ; hoard of AWermoii\ K. Imnn.. K W. Agnew,
J. T. I iicnrtcr. John A. Rose11,1.. I. loot, E.i.
(' ', a wreck, which In. A. I), Cohen, Sar.ford ; 1. C. Porter, Lake Cumuli ll.| \\'. rlmn.ller.: : I. Hrowuaml.U.. M i r- .r1
the la'oO't'r'N\ hours and ar Weir ; J. M. Haynian, Hjuto1n.; B. nhtll ba nMrtar,
= FII; i F the Mate capital to find that his Farmer. Ill tie Springs ; E. A. Holt, Island! Cunitury tnoJ>,'tor- \V. T King.
; {' friends Cleveland and (,. IIalh: Ocala Paul WlllK! COUNTY OFFICERS /
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for whom he had worked so Brooksville ; L. 1). Geiger (Ix-esburg: ; W. (aunty Clerk-It-Judw-1 liichanl, Miller.McOmiftlhy.County 3 f I

s token so eloquently! and (con N. Chandoin Iji Grange i: W. W. Bostick, Shcrlif-E. T. \MIIUma 4
had been counted in by Flo Kathleen ; D. L;, Mclx-iM, Dade Citv, R. AM' *>M ,ir-J C. Mathews

Dt'mocratll'otl', but that T. Caddin, Richland ; J. H. Crosby, IA t Tres'urer'olhoclor--II.. K., w I'/lf urtmanu., Citra. I Itt
/ > and ctatUfactinn of convey Crosse ; B. H.Moscl\v, Waldo ; J..1'.Sumitl-, Muiwrtntrmlrnt; of labile Iomit uetlou-M: 1. .
vote to Washington, which I La Crosse : S. M. Province, Lake Weir; 1'HTiie, HomlriKtoK.;
been promised him, had, by DeLeon Lonely, l'mmnisuinncra-li i W I. mV.. 1',
J, T. Seely, Sprint\ ; It. II. Damon, Triitlmm. M. II. Kou. .. S. IVrrln, W, 1'. WIl.II. -
('(' of lot, been even to another .
Brunson ; J. McKinney, Delnnd ; P. C. moon '
Robert, has our sympathy and Drew, Lako City ; Z. A. Cnunpton, An The ('(lIIIII)' Commlwlonfm. mini tile first Mon
('-, but if we have our ho ttat In every month.iM'boul t l
way tholl(1.; W. Hall, Mel row ; W. M. Ikrenl-F. K Harris '' ,
\- not only another chance to Davis, Lake City. M. H MONT, A. K. iirlrtin., P. I..IhirLsa.; i wnaD D ,'
e state's Democratic Electoral The following. named visiting ministers t''hoollk\.t' mri-lA lint Monday In every month.
Washington but go there as our were invited to participate in the COUNTY BOARD OF HEALTH.iTfuliK'tit ans.
Mh man'if' his life is shared exercises Dr T. I'. (iry. 1 .
\V1LOPEN AT OCALA!, FLA., JANUARY : $ : K: H. KlrlmritMtii.MeuiUn N
j: K. Xinnally, of Kentucky, J. T. l> et
-- --- AVooMcd Blurs\ United. r. H. A $mllb, Anthony, Mused
-- J. 11. Fox and J. A. Dohl, of M.H.t MowramI'. 11 Irviu
; ; I ',}' of :Mr. T. A. Jones and : ; ,
:Mr. Kd.: L. Owens Virginia.1
BUDGET : Bignon was a quiet one and TRADE.
7nitra'Lnion. arrived The following committees were appointed l'rctl I,Il'III-J, .. Dunn.
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the home of the bride last
evening.Mr. (( : On programme- for next meet Sire\ rrrnMrnt A, Wcatheni.Sftrcunr .
C L. BITTING,City Editor. at 8 o'clock. Only a few friends lug tti-v: W. 11. Owen J, T. LynchV.. -\N ru. Kox.lUmnl i
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-- l'\I t. Those from Ocala were or Uowrnorn- Man, JI.O Rlioin
W. Bostick. On constitution"' and bylaws uer, Jno. .'. Dunn, J. H l.tvlugsum. U.'Ihl'n .
vender with ife
\\ I Mrs. HlrI"eantI :Mr. J. A.
Mr. Charles Hudson and cliarminir iry Farmer L. D. Geiger andA.
: 1) B. \\('' Will Fox and H W, MOII.il.
daughter: Miss :May, of Vest Lake Weir have returned from I while Anthony \\aarepiesented D. Cohen.The BUILDING AND LOAN ,nSSOCIA-
are taking in the convention. erson* of Mrs. A. 1'. \Iklnol: and for the t meeting
visit.Mr.. Wm I and :Mr. 8nlr1fS.: T. 11. Jones programme 'present Rev. 11. M. .... TION.
: Sindai was then taken up lUll 1. Io".ntII. \\ llnicr.Vtro t
I The smiling, affable and rotund successful artist, has at his ( i )' and the mother of the groom. King addressed the body on Time Advantages 1're.ldeat--M.l l ; \ IMloueatMxtetary
life insurance a ent E. C. Allen, sociability reigned IIn.11'\'WaJIurl'r-I111.
Union and Consul
in bloom of Pastoral
in the apple i when all retired lloArd ot MrtTtort-. T. l. nraKtrr. ".ac 8tI'tirno .
Esq., of Blue Springy, was city than usual. wishing tation." This subjectns thoughtfully I f. Brown, M. Kluhvl, A, K..I) -louClit, H. U.
yesterday and subscribed for the DAILY couple many returns of their discussed\ / by several members, and then ZdCburUsmul N. A. Hnrfont.
I BANNER. Mr. Ringold I !! day and that the sunshine of OCALA i\
____,. followed an interesting sermon by Rev. RIFLES
making a tour of "' '( )' and domestic bliss might bv "The ('apl.ln--Ile' A. ?asm.
Major Rooks of Winter Park ii in the J. T. Lynch of Virginia ; subject : I'.
State, returned to Ocala First Menteiiaiit-U. Ii McConnollHeruiid
city looking; after St'mi.TroJ.icallntere t8 ---- Christian Warfare. Llouu-nant-r. K: \\llllanui.
and drawing inspiration from some of the BANNER office for a A DnMard. AFTERNOON PESMON.After Forty Mvmtivn. '"\

the eloquence that permeates the loca Rev. D. B. Farmer, Fox, whose time in mostly the opening exercises 1'om FIRE COMPANY. .' ;>
tion of the Baptist church.Cobut1l' state Baptist to clerifying water and then niittee was appointed consisting of N. A. Chief.o..man-fauril'e-T. D. aiicaMer.Khoinaurr., i h* > 4

I in the sented to make u}) \ it, has. an ey'e for the beauti Bail), H. M. King and C. H. Nash, to Flat IlNoIMtau-IA'1I11 k. < \,
Chicago\ restaurant of that distinguished with that spirit prompting him take into consideration the advisabilityand K-i-oinl _IMlAnt- W, u. MarihalL J

Haisley Block will open to the New public York pressions. : him on, he had set out along( feasibility of organizing a Baptist Twfiity-tlve mtr'n'tary--J; ,members II.; MallctU 1
19th. meats
about the Chicgo walk fronting his neat and ate :Miiiistci's Assurance Fund Association.
count oysters, country milk and ice Miss Laura new home a row of cedars. Rev. C. II, Nash tht>. read an excellent: HOOK Prvililetil'-Aliram AND LADDER I'almer. "* COMPANY. .

cream a speciality._ favored and favorite came along the other )aper on''S|>ecial Demands on Florida Koreinan 11111 lk'tmta. .
I Mr. George W. Brown, and several of turned last night from uprooted, every one of them. 1 taptists in the Present Juncture," in AIIII !.AOI-W"U.IUcbaro.oD, f)
where she has bet.'n'i Twenty nlell1l"'fLLULUL.A
successful lish- t that the miscreants' acts canoed! winch the pressing necessity of raisingthe
Ing his and friends, excursion very to Crystal Rivera six months. blood to boil, faintly expresses balance of the endowment fund of LODGE, NO. aa, I. O. O. F, j

few days oyster The whole party are Mrs. and Miss he will give ilO to any person DeLand University, was very forcibly (Meets errry Tuesday evenlnx] I:
ago. \ show the wretch him the W, II. Cham, N. U. *
River to so illustrated. It was follow etiby I an earnest
loud in praise of the Crystal sec who are so (' W, M Philili.. Hecu-Ury.
can be appllied to him discussion in which several members
their Ocala process All lilting! Lnthen cordially tiiTlUxl.!
__ many took part, and then it was voted! to request -
I tion.Mr.
White and family of Cleveland, 0. comfortgbly located ( Kxpoaltlon) No tew. the publication of the paper in the OCALA CHAPTER NO. 13, R. A. M,

is paying his son-in-law, Mr.Jaa. A. Harris Mrs. Freelands.Mr. has shown the stuff that Florida ]ia]>tit ll'i'//tfM. Ocala Chapter. No. U, R. A. M. CouvocalloDi

of Citra, a visit. Mr. White I is the enterprising citizen .should be The next subject was "Pastoral Authority flrat Monday nijht( In every month.II. W. I/HO. II. 1'. ,l
well-known inventor and extensive L. S. Crooker, AU'A' by taking! $100 worth of !Semi- In its nature, use and abuse" J. 8. rHAzm... Secretary.BENJA1IN.
& Co. of Le Roy" X. : Stock while Mr. W. .
manufacturer of the popular sewing. Haisley After an inteiestint discussion of this -
) machine which bears his name. the Shiloh COJ1JItnt'1 htr acres of valu important| subject, the conference ad-
perfumes, paid us a
just south Ocala. These till ? m.
Mr. Jon. Kendig, of Philadelphia, who visit today.Mr. .' acts and we trust there p. NIGHT SESSION. I ill FOX

has a very fine orange; grove, near Citra, of citizents in Marion county The exercises opened with sinaingand
I : W. S. Cooper,
has been to follow\ these' gentlemen's liberal
just coming into bearing,
men of }<'Jemin prayer by Rev. B. ItlhM'ly.: Rev. W.ii. .
and is young and substantial aid. f
his handsome
the Semi-Tropical I. Owen, of Pensacola, read a carefully
much with his prospect and has
pleased prepared on "The Possibilitiesopen ,
other silver wheel
to Work Will Tell. paper j
lie in the toe
every right to be. was city Florida in the .
to Baptists near
day call. and: made the BANNER a pleasant portation facilities. redurned Hoy, of to Danbury his Florida Conn.,home who Future which brought out Home very The Holidays are Past !

Our genial and pointed remarks by several ministers on
beautiful and growing town of
Jno.P. missioner Mr. W. the features of their deilomina'lional t tm
Orlando's city clerk and treasurer, has been instrumental in special
Watson, is said to be short (6OUO,( and been laid seege to into Marion county within the work. -
bills ent and ugly The audience was then favored with :
that he has departed, owing many ,
three than '
] years! more twenty Tin: uimii IH oviiii.We .
beside fleecing a fair widow out of $1.''OU. which sorely affected who permanently settled a very able sermon on "The Blessednessof !
He held same position last year, but up for a week. Glad pleased with j their new homes. the Christian! State." Text, Micah 4, ,
council refused to accept bond until again. tiAt the evening services' we noticed! 1
earnest, sincere and persisting
;n all accounts to date were settled. He did the business. | among! the prominent attendants, A. K.Dickenson have willed down to tttrictiru'HH burr
then declined to qualify and disap Mr. Deck Davis has t-ditorof. the, lUHyioutllrrald, ,
peared. Anderron's real Tree that laa)'. Richmond, Va., Prof. J. 1otbt., President i and we mean business
business and will of the DeJjunl Univ'ersityand Mrs.
J. Rant, of Orange : s, has in what we .
Attorney Gunbv, the brilliant young that energy for which trees on his pace, from J. It. Stetson, wife of the celebrated hat
ns lawyer of Orlando, and who is bo well new Proprietor, i U .. has realized $500) net this sea- manufacturer Philadelphia. )Ir. Stet
remembered in Ocala by the eloquent and does not begin would'nt like to have a grove son has a winter homo at Deland, and
speeches he made in the Marion Opera- ability he displays! in trees such as Mr. Hast can has (contributed. "ally to the University. have a Largo Stock orwinter

house at the meeting of the Republican ? With care and attention any .
The has
state convention last fall, received an invitation sun have them in Florida.Adverti.lrg TIIVKSDAY MOKSINfl.
to visit President Harrison, at clouds of heaven are The conference aHkemblellltl'rsuant to Dress Goods
which and the 1''Ii.. '| s
s his home in Indianapolis, are and from adjournment and I after devotional exercises
was accepted The President-elect numbers the open moisture that )' F. Tomes, the Cuban Cigar Rev. 11. H. Owen read the report

the promising young attorney water. And with us for yesterday, 'Ir. W. D. Carhart, of committee on programme for next
his friends. York, "hahad read the DAILY
among particular and saintly Baptista of meeting which was adopted. It was
Now that leap-Tear hM gone glimmering, the and olerve in what favor voted to request the publication of Rev. Such in Flannel" C shmt'rcsJ HenriettuH -
celebrated brand La Criolla
girls are willing bat the boys shall do the coon Colby, through his was W. 11. Owen'MIart'r fit the Baj4ltiYit\ AlltroH etc. colored
old dtyt Tlfrtili the public,called around, bought t.t
rn lr like they did In the good ,."".
l they rooUy were managing made a botch the butlnew.of the matter-Dftiy when ten log brought the to Free the Press front Clinton and sent, N. Y.them to )Ir. James Rev, C. B. Wilmer, rector of' Grace and black.
: church of Ocala introduced I
Acs office, arrested their Episcopal was
This Is a clear case of where the too paled their blushingly Rheinauer has duet re 1 to the conference.A .
I susceptible"Barkis was only too willin' so that ages yet from a visitio hi*brother Charles, paper on "The Pastor as a Citizen,
se and the fair, bewitching and irresistable breadth and depth of imbibing the Ilronllly sulphuriou* was read by Mr. A. I). Cohen, of Pan ford. -. We will offer thewo gOO<1t-

and lovely Peggety could not, would not uality. Sawannee: Springs, for his over. This paper brought forth a lively discussion '
and dared not relieve the intense and reduced nervous system, of the rights and prlveleges of )
;barge F01l1 'JI1EIma mAY.
I suspense that harrowed and Mr. U. R. Waterman about by excessive mental auil ministers in respect to political interests.
1 call distracted ist enlarge a The hour having arrived fur the as
the soul of the too impasHioned Colby | labor and reports him &II im t
> your youthful local editor of the Daily father, in rapidly and almost a new man conference Baptist State: Convention,
, town. Fl'ee-Praa. hang in his wonderful, Invigorating and the adjourned to meet at the Regardless of f Cost ,!
iginal was taken nine effects of the medicinal qualities call of the chairman.Rev .
Every man who wants to settle In sents a very natural lie will be home the laM of U. M. King President of the
I lorida should come and see the State new portrait. The Ben says it U truly wonder convention, then announced that he -To clone out and get ready Thu'-'
for himself before making his final areangementa. departed clothier will enthusiasm and life infused Into opening exercises would. proceed at once. i
lie should not act upon with sorrowful he met and the interest awake A hymn was sung and prayer! offered
38 1 pyone's advice of purchase property N>oll.TroJ'lcal by lion.J no. by Dr. T. P. Bell, of Virginia Assistant OUR H Pill NO TIIADK.

ID any section of the State without seeIng We must chide our '. liberal prize and is satisfied it Secretary of the. Southern Foreign
it beforehand' The advice given committee for not & Mission Board. The Introductory-
pay be honest and thin property or IO10D {..- hand when the F. R. splendidly. mon was preached by |Jttt" J. McKlnner We will oiiltJvey] dell these goods

3IS recommended may seem in everyay last evening and want your furniture repaired, pastor of the DeLand Church. Tnt { off at what we ran get for them,
desirable to the one who 'r<
bends it, but.what may* suit one man give the stranger it done In good shape, by ad full of thoughts and eloquently dellyrml. fcave ilte LeaeJit of the
fill not suit another, and the safest .and grasp of the hand P. D. Box 415, or leave orders After the sermon committee on cre
uost satisfactory plan I. to come and see you." It wa* H. Cbaille, JonkIOPD&, Block. dentists was appointed! by the cbaUwnslstlnffofW. -' -I.6 Varie y.-

: FACTS >eke your' own 'election, {ibex if you tional, we can assure Ud ltd'; W. BoeUck, D. B. Farmer, -.J
e not satisfied you will have yonrfelf thf-oY nJglt U none Y. D. Moodie.
Inly to blame. ate. receive fresh Ash dally. Adjourned to meet at 2:30 p m> F. BENJAMIN & FOX.

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& OCALA. DAILY, BANNER presiding,Vherethe elder"EE Methodist IJI"TRlcrEo MlnlMcraGo.TALIIIAB r Phillips., =J J. T. L BC STER ;; -Drug Line-'

:. F. B. HARRIS, editor Tft1l"laall-t't'-IJ. E. Partridge.;
: Leon circuit-C, L. Patillo. 'ice --0-
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Moiilirello-J. F. Marshall.
w 0&4LA, FIA,;. JANUARY If, 1883. Jefferson) cirrnit-I. S. Patterson THE PLACE TO FIND THEM
4 _. Mwelcy Hall and Perry-II. A. II.Jrnnipton .

,;" Wankeenah :\H'Il4ionI.W.Iooreand: I : General Land
H. T. llape.Waukulla. AgentXORA DR. DELOUEST,

S. Barmit.Carrahellc .
-J. A. HowlandQtilncy : -(\\'ET SIDK SQVAHE.
and 1Il't.ron-F. It. llrldzes.
OCAhA I t t t i r FLORIDA3m

t Uadsden Concord cIH'Uit-G.circuitS W, Gafque Forest G. Lee, 3t.bc.St

I 5 f fi Sti Liberty 1I"I'Iion-W.)'.. Gray. I ( CEon I [GROVEroi -.- ._-- -

Q' Apalachicola-T.11'. Tompk'ies.LHK .
' OAK 'I'ITRlcr-H.' I... Wiggins! BIRDSEY & CO
residing elder./ R.
Live Oak-A. A. Barnett ,

_. ..- Madison and Ellavlllf'-F.: 3L :\Ioore. '
%,.+ !neon TVtgraphSontlicrm, Madison drt'Uit-T. B. I eynotd Hammock & Pine Lands --0Wholesale-

'- Newspaper. JR./Iper-H. II. llowren, J. G. Graham, & Retail

y t, Ai a rule,Southern cities have trtter and more Supernumerary. -IN--
enttrprlnlnff newipaprra than rltlti of klmllar White Spring rirruit-Ilobert Stork. DEALERS IX--
ilz In the North and Heat It U frrotUly to the lAke P. Pel'ass. --
credit of these journal that give lucb excellent CityJ.
publication to their txitrwni.. Home time ago the Welborn circuit-C. S. Byrd. Marion Lake Sumter Citrus Hernando Polk
Tdrffrvjth bad occe3 fou to tpeak of the prvMof Columbia circuit-W. II. F. Iloharts. & Grocerio0
Georgia which U admitted to lead the van of McClenny and Oluktee-II. B. Frazee.Mt. Hanlwaro 1)Cl l
: Southern journallmn. Recently the Northern
Ollve- To be supplied.ewnans'ille .
newnpA{>eni have been nwaklnK I In mottt complimentary Orange Pascoe and Hillsborough.
term of Southern newepaIWre, especially :\ circuit-J. D. Rogers. ,
those of this mate. I'eople In roort parti of Lake Butler circuit-I. lt'der. -
the country who live In cau" of from :.!\CJI.) to Ir.rwLARGE
60,000 inhabitant do nut expert to end In their New Harmony circuit-\\ S. McMan- OCALA, I r I r FLORIDA
local papers the fullest lIO'lawt 1'rcss dUpatches. 3m SI-s3
a variety of telegraphic oorresnondenre nen.Cornith circuit-J. W. Porter BODIES OF? LANDS I!
from all parts ol the country and special features nrl\nford-J. X. Jones.
which tout any considerable amount of mone),
And yet most of the cities\ of the South with over GAINESVIILK DISTORT! -W. S. Richard
15um peoMe enj.y cnterprlnliifc newspapers hlch .
publishing practice metro the news.olitan method In getting and Gainesville-J. M. Pike.. SUITABLE :FOR COLONIES'FOR FRUIT AND VEGETABLE -AT-

t Commenting on the recent complimentary I alluston Starke-G. D. Turner. GROWING.
to the Southern press In the New York North Gainesville and Waldo-J. F.Shan. .
.IJeratd the Mobile Krg1*> .
'There Is no truer reflex of the growth of a W. PartlcH to Place Loans at 1O Per Gent. Interest
"' Section than the improvement of Its newtpapere, Hampton- Scott Desiring
,9 Sometimes In'this I section the paper*have teen MelroHe-K.lI. Giles. Them
+, Net to Will Receive Special Attention. DI
ahead of the growth efthe(communities which Orange Spring circuit-B. F. Mason. FisIleI'sCan
they have been published; a..mctlmea there have
been too many for the lire of the community Micanopy circuit-W. H. Steinmeyer. .
in which 1'11t'1'I been published and conolfdatlon nronHOn and Archer-T. .1.I'hillips.
li has followed. There hate ken few Cedar Key-J. C. Ley. MAPS OF MARION CO. SENT ON RECEIPT OF TEN STAMPS

laggards among Houthern journals.The Levy mission-W. A. Brown.
people of Southern cities ought to appreciate I
Cotton Plant C. W. Inman.
; the eHurts of their new Jlaloel'l to give them -
all the news of the day, sorted In attractive 01'81a-J B. I.ey. be found one of the
.'i style. A successful and influential newll'locr| Is Whitesville Wilson. BAR GAINS=
a' of lncalculablevaluetoanylty A n thorn'-W. F. Shoemaker.
When the DAILY BANNER was started Citra-E... T Blake.
i' it promised only to occupy local field Wildwood. V. Blackman. Best assorted selected and
ti r or course in a town with barely 300 rell.I Cedar Grove-W. C. Collins. ,
I lateral vott'T81t would be folly to think Lady Iake-S. Scott. A number of choice lots in Smith's addition to Ocala, at a bargain.

.Y of furnishing nresa diHirttU-hes." The Norwalk-A. O. Hiscock. Four lots in Block on northeast corner of court house square, suitable for business
Telegraph correctly says, : that people JACKSONVILLE! l8TRIL'T-T. J. Nixon, houses. Price $10:)() each.
"'' living in cities of 50,000 inhabitants do presiding, elder.JacksonvilleSt.. One half block three squares north of court house with dwelling and other improvements most desirable priced
not expect to find in their local paper Pauls-J. B. Anderson only $1600.
the /uJ/frt/ Attocvitrd<< J>rts/l dii> Splendid house and/lot in Dunn's central addition to Ocall,1\'elllocated. Price
'. The cost of thediepatcheeediting them, LaVlUa\ and Brooklyn. E. Shipp.
putting them in type, taking, reading South Jack80nvlllel'A8CO' $1000.And Stock ol Dry Goods
other desirable city lots for either business[ houses residences -
abd correcting the proofs, would coat forA Fernandina-W. J. Dowell. many very or
week morn than the total receipts of Nassau-Supplied by D. A. Foxworth. ranging in prices from $100 upwards.A .

i the office under the most favorable conditions King! Ferry-R. M.,Kvans.; good farm of 145 acres near lleddick, 15 acres of good hammock land, 23
would amount W In a month. We Green Cove-H. S. Miller. acres are in cultivation. Price $10.00 per acre. in the City.

r .hope, therefore, that our readers will. Mandarin mismon-J. I. Rast. A choice lot Anthony, well located for busine house, will sell for $.">0.00. d SI dec 4 m
;p not expect impossibilities of us. We believe l'alatka-J. A. Cw that up to this time "'e have fully West Putnam mllllionR.. Hamer. fenced and pet to orange trees from 2 to :3 years old. This will be sold at a sacrifice
1 carried out our promise. Since the St. Augustine mission-C. A. FulwoOd. for $:?;>00.
number was issued every local occur. l\IouUrip-f'upplit'll bv F. T. R. Fripp.
renew, has been mirrored in its columns. Fruitland circuit-J. R. Taj'lor. Several other fine groves and nurseries in the immediate vicinity of above, will
r.k The 'T'.a1'er is small, yet from nine to ten 8e\'ille-T. M. White furnish an accurate description upon application.
columns original tnatterhas been furnished Entl'prille-A. M. Dai cr. Several fine orange)!: groves and \\1t.1lanI1s on the famous Ocklawaha river at WatCImaQL
every day since it started except San ford-T, W Moore. bargains, also large bodies of cypress!' timber lands oh this river.

;, today. We have tried\ to make! the Indian liner mission-James Bolton 20 Acres on Orange\ Lake ; 10 acres in cultivation : 1 acre grove, just coming into
', paper! ,antl we believe we have succeeded" Du\al High School'. l'a4co.Oltusno bearing. Good dwelling!. and other impnnements. Price only $11,.

in making. it. household necessity. HI8TRtL'T-W.) F. Norton pre, 210 Acres of pine land near Belleview. Price $S.OO per acre.A .
All who have subscril for it have siding elder.OrlandoW.. : .n
linen well pleased with it. Wo are M. Poage, G. Taylor tine grove of six acres at Citra; one half mile of railroad, all bearing and fine :l1. .n I1:1vr: !
winning cncouiums in all directions! SuiH-rnninerary. varieties. Produces about COO boxes early. Price f6, OO.

every day. Lake Jt''IIIP-T!' J. Kuans.Kistiimmee A fine lemon and orange grove of 5 acres, ((10 in tract) at South Lake Weir ; all
The paper is small, yet the j.rice is -R. I., I Honiker.Apopka ( in rood! condition. Price $2,000.

email and the rates of aduTtlsing are -T, S. Armistefld.Maitland i. Store at South Lake Weir,pood |point for doing; general mercantile business A Complete Stock of
ty small, yet in many reelects<< the news U -W. Alexander.. wan'houi'l'barn' stable cistern. Ac. 1'-tore well supplied with 'fixtures, safe &c.
't freeherandthete ila vigor and a tone Tin-ares mission--J. K. Penny. I'oi+totiice doing\ a business of 1230;( ayear. Write for terms. .

about the paper greater the In proportion in Altoona and Umatilla-l. A. Vernon. 120 Acres, 12 acres in bearing prove at So. Lake Weir, on (shore of the Lake,anda Gents'' Furnishing
than majority of 1 papers larger Altoona iniiwion J, S. Collins.
variety of other fruit trees. Good house, bath room cellar, closets, Ac. Good
s' clth*. We want to make it of incalculable' Lislton circuit-Edward 1<:. Ley. barn and; stable and a fine nursery of:20 acres. Pric+ $10,000.A .
We l helieve'that it is.an
value to our city. 1.ceMlll1ri-H. II. Barnett.
{ enterprise teat: should be unstained. Yalaha O1II'1.4ion-lI.' W. Joiner. fine tract of 972' acres in Coffee county, Tennessee, will exchange for Florida Goods.

We,at least, are going to make it in all Wild wood circuit-T. Bishop. property..
essential details, in the freshness and Sumterville circuit-\'. Pixton. Some fine lands near Ft-JMeade, Polk county ; will exchange for lands in Marion
variety of its local gleanings' and in the Stewart's Chapel circuit-R. O. Weir. county.

direction of Itt editorial matter the chief: Brooks\ille-W. Hawkins. 120 Acres of land within three-quarters of a mile orOl'klawaha river and withinone HEADY MADE
end being to make cur people happy and! Ft l fl"I.II't'uit-U.' Ledbetter.Floral mile of Silver Spring run, 50 acres of which I Is virgin). hammock, balance good
.rte proel 4.'rol1s by directing the attention of City l'irt'uit-J. D. McRae. pine laud. If you want this at once, will take (1200 for it.

the immigrant the fruitful soil and delicious Hernando mission-W. H. Parker. 163 Acres excellent pine land, within 7 miles of Ocala, good well of water.small
that in all CLOTHINGTailoring
air of our state, we say Mansfield-Supplied by C. L. Lowther. one-room house,about o acres cleared and fenced. Price $5 per acre.
theae things we intend to nuke\ the paper TAMPA DISTRICT:. J. Holmes, presiding
merit the support of all the inhabi- elder. 100 Acres best hammock land, 60 acres cleared, balance in wood, 2} miles of
tanta of Ocala, We) shall make them admire 'faml'a-J. C. Sale. Belleview. Price $2,500. Will sell this in 40-acre tracts at $30 per acre. This land -

it whether they iwy for it or not HilUborongh J. ",.ldJen' has running water upon it and a splendid muck pond near that will afford very desirable Department Unex-

Well does the 7H .4.. and Influential newspaper is of incalculable M. Diflenworth. 2000 Acres land from two to three miles of Belleview ; fifteen hundred acres celled In Fits and Prices.
value to any city. If energy: l.akt'lanJ-C. A. Saunders. best hammock, balance No. 1 pine and mixed land. Price 25.00 per, acre. Part of decSMm

and time, and labor and money, ana Plant City D. A. Cole. the tract will be sold to suit purchasers.
skill accomplish that\ end we expect Alas circuit- -S. B. Black. 44 Acres very best pine land, 7 miles from Ocala, 2 miles from the S. S., 0. A: G- GO TO STOW'ARD'S
ti to make the DAILY BANNER of Incalculable Auburndale-I). T. Mi-Mullen. Railroad. Cheapest land in the state at $300.

value to Ocala. Bartow and mission-B. C. Thower Property on the beautiful Lake Weir at from $20 to f50 per acre. FOR FIE3T-CLAJM PLUMBIKOI 1 11

and J. W. Brandon.Ft. One thousand acres land from one to three miles of Silver Springs Park from
,1 South Carolina Republicans recommend Green-J. M. Sweet.Ft. -1--
General Mahone of Virginia, fora Meade and Homeland-W. C. Jor ten to fifteen dollars per acre.
place in Harrison' Cabinet. dan. 3i} acres ebaring orange and lemon grove in hammock land on Lake Weir within Foal Ewe ATitcrt, ; : Mosriznu Btoc
Manatee and mission-A. A. Robinson half mile of Chautauqua grounds. There are about 150 orange and 50 lemon trees. -Oppotlte Methodist

'The Dudiy, T'ln! Block of Five," con- and ..:. F. Gates, superanuated. This is a very fine investment at$2,000.SO ( Church.
case at Indianapolis! IndH fell Palmetto circuit-G. J. Kenellv.. t acres pine and oak land near the famous Harris and Bishop orange grove on dim

trough yesterday.Joeeph Ft. Ogden and mission-G. W. Sellers Orange Lake. Price, $10 per acre. j I,

8. B. Carson, supernumerary. 800 acres high rotting hammock and mixed land, three miles from Ocala. This JAS. T. LANCASTER
& Brown of Huntlngton: Fa., Myers and Caloosahatchle, C. E. Pelot property is admirably adapted vegetables and all the tropical fruits. A fine In. ,

received a patent yesterday for a new and J. F. Bell. vestment at price, 10000. 1 -
fruit box. Key West-First charge-A. E. House and earn all and nicely
| Three cottages, 3 4 rooms papered painted and rented ,
The Benat at Washington considered holder. M for one year at $S3 each situated on three one-half acre lots, all enclosed with good LEADING REAL ESTATE DEALER.
the cotton ,claim. of the State bank of Key West-Spark* Chapel-G. paling fence good well of water within' six blocks of court-house square in nice
Louisiana. portion of city. Will\ pay 14 per cent. on price asked, $1,800.ItirThe -1-
West Cuban mission-II. 11.
Key -
.. Sonilllian i and M. I. Perec. above is only a partial list of lands I have for sale Should you fail to OCALA : : t : : : FLORIDA
Great dullness prevails in the New Key West-Memorial church-J. A. find description of property to please you write for price describing as near aa
York market for Florid Orangea. Price Gidden. practicable your wants, anti I will promptly describe property that will suit you. 4ttJ p

;P tL60 to f2. Key Largo-T. M. Strickland.TRASSFMBID Remember that I have property from $* per acre upward. nj _!| GEORGE

The House Is considering the Senate -W. M. McIntosh, North' SPECIALTIES. % .=..... = Meta,

i."I 3 for the admission of South Dakota. Alabama Conference stationed at Shef Surveys and Maps neatly and promptly made. ARCHITECT AND BUILDER,|

t.w field. Deeds, Mortgages, eta, carefully and safely drawn. Hi
1.. Senator Pasoo is in Jacksonville attending H. II.Kennedy to Baltimore Confer. Titles searched and abstract made .. DE8IO" AND 1STIMATE3
the Masonic Grand Lodge. ence, stationed at Martinaburg. made. -
(Returns for assessment. __. ZZH -Furu1ahe.1 oa ApnUe4tVm_
C. C. Thompson? to Western Virginia axes paid for non-residents +lp \'" .
Tallahassee U to have a big revival, Conference. > neral supervision of non.retldent'llntereeta. ,,--:' -----o.
'- following the advent of two drculea. E. H. Harman to North Texas Confer Wfil 1 attend, to Iheri '., Ux and all other kinds of public aale&l i :- OrricaR&EDISCC' : : Omen tM Bath J
ferenca,stationed!at St.Johns,Gal yeston. -1- -, ... OCAL& rtowti
down T. W. Dye, to North Miwi&Mppl Con
,:, The Jacksonville city bard.council Mt ference. % J. T. LANCASTER, Real Estate Dealer i t t i t Goal. Fla. La21 M.vi
on PhUIp.WH) very

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SemiTropicaIExposition: !IThis f 1,

Exposition, incorporated under the laws of the State of Florida, will open atS l





This will be an Exposition\ of Pouiological Horticultural and Agricultural Products of Florida and her soils, timbers, 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\ its products. No charge for entries nor : j p.ut for the products or l ;
manufactures of Flori a. r i ,
The United States: Experimental Station for improvement and development' of products indigenous to this section has been located contiguous to our exposition\ grounds: Fl
1Q1"" e invite exhibits of all eiiptiout. particularly those: }pertaining the arts, mechanics and agriculture, guaranteeing uniform courtesy to all exhibitor ,f



GEORGE W. WILSON, President.' \ '1i. FOX First Vice-President. DR. II. KNIGHT, Second Vico-I'resident .;:1',

C. W. CAMPBELL, SR., General Mauag.!'. G. S, MAYO, Treasurer. J. O. CLARK, Secretary ,.


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E.\AONKW{YPre., SP.11,Cut'CII.l'r.." orricintsi: Quality of Goods and Low Prices .1
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Being now established in our new and tl"lIUltlllllk: builtlttiff ue are lrf1111,1 to jruar- .
-(Lo< to anile tatufactioii to all.
:MCINTYRE .: : General Banking lutintft transacted Exchange iwght and told. 11088 l

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of the finest and l best equipped banking houses in the State owned by the -OFHARDWARE-
bank. We hare special facilities for making;. Collections on all accessible points. JNO. F. DUNN, E,P.DI&MUKE.3.
We will extend every courtesy and favor to our customers consistent with wife CHAS.RHEINAUER, J.A. EINSTEIN,
oanking,and shall gin prompt and careful attention to all business entrusted to us HARVEY KNIGHT, WM. ANDERSON: ,
We solicit your BANK ACCOUNT and all business In our line, and J.C.FERINE, L. :M. THAVER, I IS
guarantee entire satisfaction. R. B. JIcCONNELL.CORIIESPOSDEXTS.

Importers & Traders National Bank, New York, N. Y.; : ,
outhern Bank of Savannah.
Georgia National Park Bank New
of York. Mavtnct National Bank of Botton.
Rational Bank of Savannah Ouw1/l. -.T-
t&Special Correspondents in all important cities in the West MercantUt Banking Comjiany,Atlanta. LoitbrilU Banking CVmany,Louisville, Ky. "

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Ocala (Jews Depot -THE- -LEADS IN TIlEWatch -
I Shines replete with everything in
I Finest Livery in the City hilt line. Call and examinefor

-0LARGEST- -0LEADING i Clock yourself.
C C Give r'LINE
__ Strings for Musical/ Instruments a ')
SALES STABLE Specialty -1'08-f
STOCK All Work oo rnlr of Clock and Watches
ImSU) Guaranteedta '

-AMLowest 4cS14m Rhelnauor's Old Stand. PIANOSMusical -

Prices I ,_ --.UfD-
Repairing a Specialty.LocATio .
Of u 7 Store:la Sootlicra Florid us, tee mnet luznrtou apoottmenta and beet ALL KINDS OF FURNITURE.
equlDi.d dental rnomi In the SUM of Florid .Instruments IOCdLA. I
-- Both members of the Una thoroughly prepared -0- .
DODD ISRAEL, : : OCALA, FLA. vrofeMtoaAll.to call Inspect Tb.thou public otBoMln rwp cUallr roaml UiTlJt aDdxN.w TnT Ijrmt Unncrto or This Conrtmtrocx ,{../,'1 1 ,
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ir: j'V1 Encourage Home Industry. CJ 9.HidC::

'. Under' this caption in the DAILY BAN- 0
,. NIB of Jan 4th, 1889, Is set forth thee : ,1. I .
propriety pafety and economy of;parton- :" J"l ; jt { o
# sing boiue Ihdu try. In nothing "in this "
ylr; as important as in horticulture. Whilethe'peoplemay .. 'f it : .
A get their wooden ware, 1 .
tin ware, iron ware, clothing!; corn, hog '.. .' :
and hominy North and it will succeed t

well. The same cannot be aid of .w,
f peat Caw r .
; trees. It is a necessity to : '
success that they be home grown. Eight ( .'
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years ago an Atlanta nurseryman took & ,
about $10,000 out of :\lariolllo.Jl1ty.ix: / M
? yearaagoanAlabamanurseryuannearly ,
the same amount;4 years' o the Nashville i
nursery was represented in old Marion 0r
by faucy jars 01 fruit and of course when >
the people were made to see this fruit
l ,t hanging on the trees here in Bunny '
'' r Florida; the consequence was another
,', .' $10.000 gone from the people and the r

I State.Now' what is the result-not the hun Ds

( dred dollars worth of all this stuck left .
; to give their record.ow there was
k",' some good reason why the people should! 4 r
buy these trees. They wanted trees and '
there were' no nurseries! in the State c I' "" '
growing them. But the surprise is a ,> Cf/
Georgia man from Norwood, and a Mississippi o 0
I man have in the last twelvemonths
sold $12,000 or $15,000 worth of o
LY fruit trees in old Marion and delivered 4
them. And the mouey has left the state
> to propagate more trees to 'sell in Florida,
,'; in the face *f a well established nursery
I I : in cur midst-known as! Anthony Nurseries ; SHo
-owtieU and oppcxated by J.JJJrokaw ,
-a man who Is located here, whose :+
: interest is here; and whose success depends e
rt : ;' on his fair dealing with his! ; \' '" N
noV in .stock perhaps ( .. {.J. '
patrorts. lie has 1' i ; .. {[ "
,. "' i every, :Variety of fruit that any oneJileB. i ; "Ie' v. Ur j. :
!:;v :J', ;> Now ,)lr. Brokaw IJHB sptjnt/ 4. !. t "' r, l'1 \ : ,
deal l of : ,
+ valuable time anO a'great[{ fruit ; 00
experimenting and working up the
interest in Marion county Patronize 1 .
this home enterprise.{ The money is .
turned back into the soil in the .18l'e oft '
'' new stock, paid out for labor,and! in fact I n
need at borne-and the best of All, the "
n. ; ty, patron get value received Or their
r dd not they 'han call
( ; money' --or t if they .
around and have satisfaction. Florida ra
K is a fruit State but it must be developed "
I' cif. ,by,_,home nurserymen to make it a ''SWiiaoii

: success. __ __ __ .
There are many men in this country ,
who carry very la amounts! of life inutance. \ "'\. : I '
i ( .Anipng them j art John,\Vana- .t r .
maker1, Philadelphto, ,,tt.OOOOQ; Edwin H
1'' '" ., Ruth, Chicago $500.000) ; Chauncey M. .:, ,. '. '. ::I. _
Dep w, .,the ,United States, $ IOOOO ; < ()
Hamilton Disston! }>Philadelphia, $0o( > ,' .
000; 6eorge K. Anderson, New York, .
$37 .000George K.AndersonTitusville, .::
Pa., $350.0001()( {,W. H. Uo.ley,Uallipolis, '
,, ; 0", $300.000; Isldor Cohnfeld, New York, (
,, 1200,900; P. Lorillard, New York, $ 55-,
000; Cyrus W, Field, New York, $250- ,

t 000. Women ,. & BasIl

"1 la the enchantress that changes worthless -
I i things to joy,and' makes royal kin s
of common things. She: u
r' 'thequeens ot that flower' of the heart, t I'
called love and.without her sacred passion Leaders in "
and her divine sorrow we are lens
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I than beats; but withoul earth is heaven OR RIGHT I I WILL OPEN JANUARY 20, 188D.
and w$,ure'+i-, >W. D. CO l(l.,
'' The above is in answer to the (not
r t metal plated) article that appeared in the THE OCALA HOUSE.The DRY GOODSAnd
DAILY llANNXR of January,14th, headed In seeking to get the best and most .
i Wjse and witty words,for, wotuen."
,,; I for your money, I
<' The arrival to-day of meats and vege-
B.Dukes,at the market,
table for P. city I
aJ i was Florida beef pork venslon, chickens : t- Leading Hotel of the GeneralMerchandise
while City.
and eggs, the west contributed
1 tall fed beef, mutton tongue, 11. 11. : : 'RIGHT"

1 ., ; cheese, \'.bologna iwuvatrq., uandlrii hand ,ma was ieMlifrfKB.'pkklpiLplgife R .0 -AA'IUNSUIUMkSEDIN --

: part: of the invoice. Fresh turnips, beets ,
4 "1 r, and carrots,cabbage,Irish potatoes, Iweet'potatOOianJ ,; '
tP e 'onion abundance In jour eelectibh ofa traIingpla"cto? ) APPOINTMENTS. TO ANY' IN THE STATE!! The Delivery Wagon in charge
of Mr.
tT\e; \ R fagn9Iia! st eet'ia'' You.s say :otjjtyjule iviftiROWELL I every morning J. M. Lawson will .call
early. Save
e II''toe place.io buy.'iour .roeenes. pr orders and .Vour
11.ZACHARIAS, Proprietor. ? save the walk tfc'tp.wja.

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