The Ocala banner
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 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 24, 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
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The Opportunity la Oft'l"rl"d-111 in a first claw and, well regulated' all the r

,: .. You Improve Them year around hotel of large capacity) and '

1 Prt'si\ent' George W. Wilson of the of modern impro'mf'nt8"ntr"II): situ Major-Dr.) CITY iho.. 1'OFFICERS. Uaff 1 $,
Semi-Tropical, returned yesterday from ated. The :Montezuma under its m\v clerk-M.A. Hnllork.,
Jal'ksonnlle'hert' he went to perfect lessee since Jannary let, Mr. .1. P. Halla Mi'bal 4'. K. Hall.
Western has been renovated and t'olhrntrF.. I'lads, u.
with the railroads man, ..
arrangements to A M'w>r-Xi. 5:, Molver
enable all intending settlers- and prospectors put in first class condition Mr. Hallgives TriMiirrr-K. R, Miowdon.
\F'Y visiting our Semi-Tropical Exposition : his whole attention to the general rrt'klittMit I.f\"lulIl'lI-J no. K n\mn., Z
management assisted i bv his family! on IGartlotAldertucu-J. F. ii aa. I to:. 1V. Agnew.
who desire to extend
may J. T. l..ml'tIt'r., John A. Rome 1,11. U ltoll". ":.".
their observations,,, I and inspection of the tho upper floor. Mr. H. M I Howe, a gen Suit lt,11. R. < handler, I. grow u rod W. U. ilea
counties around and south of us, to tlt'lnanHI! known and very popular, is'! shall.saurtary. s ll'
EBRWirtit tni w. T.
p'l'tor-- King.
the obliging clerk.
tI secure half fare tickets! to any point. day
6 The' ining room is in charge ol the COUNTY OFFICERS
This I is a pointer for all real estate men !
tit{ 1 i F F t1lr and the dilicrent counties to have representatives veteran cuisine!!! manager, :Mr.\ William County(bunty t'icrk-I Jluljl'JUI.h..t H. A. Miller.I Mrt'onalhy.

on the grounds to see that Glover, a man of long": experience in sherllf; -E \\lllUm 1 *.
h1 those seeking information about other many of the largest hotels and watering Aw'''iwor-J. r Nuthew.
: places of the North East and West. This I'ollwtor-H. T urtuiftnn, ('(Ira.
portions of the :State:: can be accommodated Trt-nnurer K. l
feature so important in the comfort ofguests : utrPpblic:
su- rlntn.U'iit In lructlou U. U
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insures 'NittUractorv: dining) room Payne HvmlriKton.on I
Exposition. ;Notes. service. The >foiitezum is now second lily r''>tunmt.hnten-h! i W. \\mg, W.. P.
i ," Tramhain. M. 11. Kou. t.. S. IVrrln, \\ Wit.llawwnm .
to no other all the- snood hotel in
year ,
l Parties desirous ot send exhibits to >urSemiTropical 1l
Florida amt in!' rates are within tin 1 lie Comity CnmmliMoiirr' hurt toe lint Mon. ,
can get shipping taps by
\I' day In every month.
bounds of all the medium.
addressing Secretary Clarke. All exhibits tfohool lapar.l F. K.: lUrrU. Ii. \\ntttuanu., '' r
free both ways on Florida roads. There has been a third large I light sample M. 1'4, Mom-r. A. R i.rimn. I1. 1 L Imrlwio.hihool .

... .. .. .. room added' ; the billiard room, h)' Itoaril m''t'I lint MniuUy lu every luonth. n
The communications
--- -- secretary I is! receiving exclusion of boys, has l been made satisfactory COUNTY HOARD OK HEALTH. tihttI

\HILL\ O'R.AT Ol.\LA\ FLA., JAXl'ARY :nth, 1.1. from all over the country for space for men. Now that Ocala has a '111t'lIl-lIr T. I', Gary, it
in the hnihIlJl):. well conducted thy ; around hotelit I'.I.r..rJ-tlIf. : K.: I KltthardruL,
- The United! States Fish Commission l\l'ru''l'rll-lIr, l II A. Snittti' AutUouy, Mcmrt.
to lie that the
hoped| commercial M. S. Mowr. AII.lll. 11, Inln.
BUDGET OF HOME NEWS The I'hconlx; Chili. will be fittingly represented salesmen, who are more interested per
This The Alabama Agricultural Commissionwill than other class will throw BOARD OF TRADE.
--- -- -- ------- splendid social organization of hair any ,
{'. L. BITTIXGKR City E.lltor., : voting men ..f our eity. propose iriving! III send t11 "Alabama on wheels." their influence and patronage' to the rrvolilrtu l'n"loh'n&-II F Dunn.Mce \Wathera..

the Opera H Wedgewood 5t -cigar a 1 It'rs.Tr lt. first and must 1't'1t-t'f entertainments that will be properly represented.The to sustain and encourage the man IVmr-1 of iovfmon-.Y., Jr,G. Khelnauir '
Jima F. Uiinn, J
II. l.lvingKkm, 11. A.
has ever been gotten '). Dancing:, and fair and bewitching type writerof agement., in th<.. ul1dertakiJ1 Hurrahfor Mralhcnm., .'ulan.1 d XV. MotMlr.13U1LDINO .
The MissesValdo, Millwood: 1, are social converse will be the attractions of whom the handsome president IIf the the Iont zumll. AND LOAN.ASSOC1A. $
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in town taking in the circu- the evening, and everything that can
has been dreaming and TION. '
company sighing! !
enter the uiind.s of these active and The Coming PmnologUt HeardFrom.
en- did not 1'rt'.I l.l'iitC C K. \\' hllu.Vh't'I'.IoIt'n&I'AI. .
arrive, and uncle Jim Clarke
Joe Small who shot and killed, Noith) )
teri'rihing" will lie done .
younj men. to has substituted, for her the home in, iH'lotH'nt.HtHictary
ern Bill yesterday, wa not captured. He and ami Tn'.urrr-Ioul. Fox ,
promote nliaiu-e the pleasure of
continues- an outlaw. their presser us his able and faithful assistant, President Wilson of the SemiTropical Hoanl ol Illn".t..r.-. T. I.&nrmiter. Isaac Stephens
.uueht! Ocala. could! not furnish his amiable and accomplished helpmate, has just heard from C. A. Croner, I. 14l'OwnI.. FI"hd.) A. JI'.llt.loIICltl. II. U, .t
Colby's Land of fifteen pieces are on elegant enough programmes, lIU the committee 51 re.J. O. H. Ames la., secretary of the United Slate Zacuailai and l K. A. HurfoM.
their way to Ol'allfrolll Xe* York via drew on the resources of Savannah society in which he says he has heard OCALA RIFLES.

Clyde line Will arrive l1nday.i to meet the cry and demand taste Lost Ills "Grip." from twenty-one state associations, reporting ('al.taln-lt'o. A. Nnh.Flrat .
and elegance.. MeuteiiaiU-K. B. 1t'( ""IIt'IL
,Mr. Ed Owens the o'18tato they would come in force, and second Ul'UIt'1I8I1t-I'. .II:. Wllliaint
i Our country cousins" were largely Where the solicitor, who had been in Ocala lookingover make one of the finest djsplays of fruit Forty Memlx-ni.
Hungry May Feed
represented tonlay.' All came on account our improvements and getting ever seen in this country. Mr. Van De FIRE COMPANY.

of the children' you know." The Chicago Restaurant, tinder the material for a first-class letter for ins up man. United States commissioner ol hh'f-T. U,1 anca.ter.

care of Mr. It. Il Coburn and wife, is now pomology, will also be present and makean "'ort'wAII-a.laurl. Hhelnauer. i
magnificent Florida daily, of which he ,
Savannah., ia. .
Platt Adams Esq., of a 'I"llt..I lktant->oiii' Volk.Hfcotxl
of distinction and orator of open in the Hailey! building for the accommodation i ->ok with him a gripsack full, stoppedon additional tip-top display of fruits. _lMntitW.. G. Marshall.
lawyer an of the public., It is first his way home at St. Augustine, and Citizens, they are all coming, prepare to ri'lary-J, II. Mallett.Twcnlynv .
make the ;
has been to oratorical -
note, I lass in every particular and he or she! while there set down the fame to note meet them ; put your best foot forward inviutwr F \
Exposition opening. who cannot have their epicurean tastes down a $500 ad. for his when Be sure to grasp them with the hand HOOK AND LADDER COMPANY.

Mr. John Treadwell, of theextensive I gratified and aching void in thrir anatomy I some unknown depraved bring steppedup nearest the" heart, when you voice your I'rnsldent-Abram t'oreman-Wllk.llt'nt.I'alraer..

a grocery firm of Wyland. Thurber& Co., filled at the Chicago Restaurrnt, I behind him and grabbed the grip and "howdy. AIII".tanl-WrIlA Klcbardiion. ,

of New York, and an old time friend of need look no further, theirs is a lioness disappeared with it. The owner's curr. Bend<< Them Along Twenty IrIPD1'...n.
the editor of this paper is in the city. case. We have tested the excellences, prise can butter be imagined than df LULUL.A LODGE, NO. aa, I. O. O. F.Meetevery .
and virtue of their viands und' To the People of Marion awl Surroundimj
'-- : speakfrom scribed, but |poor Ed.: felt when the loss ( Tueiklay evening J JW
Messrs. Cessna & Cella nurserymen, of the book. flashed across his mind as though the Counties : II. cliallle. N. tI).

Gaineeville, are the first parties to place The Steamer '.'K. M. Bell" world was a blank and everything in it The Florida International and So mi- W. M. I'hlllii" serrvtary. .
their exhibits in } in the Exposition Dead sea ashes He was compelled to Tropical Exposition building will be All visiting brother rt>rdlallluUt'IJ

building. hurrah for Gainesville! TOMPKINSVILLE. FLA., Jan. :22: 1889. return to Ocala yesterday and replacinga ready to receive your exhibits on the OCALA CHAPTER NO. 13 R. A. M.

Special to the Daily/ .Conner. new magazine, of data 20th inst. The opportunity is now .for (k'ala Chapter| No 13, R. A. M Convocationsflmt I
G. the former S. S. Monday nfgbtln nionih.II.; .
Mr. Hugh Haycraft, every
Thebteamer"K. M. Bell arrived at to make one of the grandest exhibits
you W. LONO, It. F.
at Uunnellon, is nowdoln' The New Methodist 1'astor.
Q. R. It. !
O. &
agent our wharf this o'clock a. 111.,. via Floral of the productiveness and resources of a J. Faun, H rrvtary.The .
duty as an office assistant for the The good ladies of the Methodist ._:L
City from 1'.1na4offkee.! This is the firstto grand country ever presented. All matter
road, and Mr. Jack McCully of Fellow reach u*. Tomkinsville is now in connection church, speed| the parting, and welcomedthe directed to care General Manager will be

ship is HaycrafVs! successor with the balance of the world. coming pastor, Hev. Mr. Ley who arrived carefully attended to. Please be promptin 1 NJAMIN ill "FOX

The interior of the new Merchants' She is off at noon today for a trip to here this morning with his fatally and shipment and explicit in directions l

National Bank is so attractive and beautiful Happy Island, Dewey's Landing and to find the parsonage as neat clean Yours, CIIAS. W. CAMPBELL, sr..
that the loveliest of God's creation, other points of interest on the lake. bright within as a new pin and a General Manager:
smoking! breakfast awaiting on a present
visit it daily by the score to in- RKTLAW. .
women, appetite. The ladies deserve great credit Fine! Texas Homes.
epect and admire its supreme finish. A Guest. their in
Distinguished for thoughtfulness putting the
Two car-loads of fine grade northern
Mr. Power director of United house in such an inviting condition, and Holidays are Past !
The Disciples; hold undav school and tie; Texas horses will arrive next Thursday.For Y
social services every Sunday morning at States Geological Survey, will visit Florida the members of the society of Christian sale cheap. Inquire of

Agne's hall also preaching at night at ghortlv, and will be the guest of Mr.Geo. endeavor* in presenting the newly-made lOwdtd J. W. PIAKSON.
;and meeting every W. Wilson at Oak lawn. and duringhis pastor with a neat card of welcome.
l hour
regular prayer
Wednesday night. All are invited. stay will take in the Exposition andinspect The DAILY BANNER extends to Hev. Mr. 11. E.; YONGE & C)., The 0ealal'luma Till,: UtINn IN O'CIt. '
the beauties and wonders of Ley and family a cordial welcome to '
hers. Call and examine their fine stock s
& minstrels pave Marion county.A Ocala.
The McCabe Young
s and vet good work at reasonable prices.
a very good performance- at the OperaHouse Tax Note. d 31dNlmIf :
Shooting Gallery.
Tuesday night, but owing to the I We have nettled down to strict bu 1 '
inclement weather,only a small audience I Ocala is to have a first-class shooting Our genial and .flfable' tax collector
greeted them. gallery. Mr. Gus Jones the unique and Mr. II. T. Wartmann. has finally succeeded the Gentiemnnl( } who, on Tuesday il1c814, mid wu mean business
will have built in hi books into shape BO unceremoniously moved- an arm ottice "
incomparable, same on getting in what
we ( ;
chair from the hall of the Manner Building way.We
of Anthony made the lot Kowell's Shoe
lion. A. 1'. Baskin Moody adjoining and is now receiving taxes. The books ,
the DAILY BANNER a pleasant call to-day Store. The lumber is already on the will be open for a month or six weeks where it had' been placed temporarily Y

and took in Bingley's circus. Our popular ground. __________ before the list for publication will be for the the convenience with of a lady explanation will
is gathering jokes| to handed to the printer. Then after four .same proper '
assemblyman coming speeches A Call Council Meeting to Dr. E. Van Hood!, he will receive have u Large Stock 1
adorn and round out his weekly publications the delinquent list .y
Tuesday evening a call meeting was a becoming reward as well as haying
in the extra session of the legislature. will be offered for sale (
held, at which Messrs. Dunn, Marshall To give the UAN.NEK readers some faint the interogation point taken from
Mr. Paul Du Puy of.Boardman, son of Chandler Smith and J. T. Lancasterwere idea of the amount of work necessary: to after the word referring to him above. WIQter Dress GoodsSuch

our esteemed frieilu, the Colonel, present. Their official seta were of be done to put the tax books in order t;

was in town over night. lie says they the routine kind, auditing bills. The after being received from the assessor, Hotel Arrival.

have completed .shipping their orange clerk being ill, a pro tern was appointed. we need but say that every assessment WKDNKKDAT, JANUARY 23. 4

crop of 7,000 boxes,and for same received had to be numbered and the separate OcALA HOCSB Jno. II. T. Jerome and t

very gratifying returns. New Houses. real estate descriptions run up to 15500, wife of Belt, Md.; U. B. McConnell city ;
)Ir. tred Munroe, our auburn cousin, besides some 500 personal entries. Tax I.. D. Campbell. Cincinnati O.j; W. A. as Flannel, Cufchmcre*, Hen
Bingley's circus made their grand en- is preparing to erect an elegant new payers will please remember that the list Smith New York World: Mrs. and Miss rietUiH, AlbHrtw etc colored '
will two ,
try into Ocala today and give home on his country estate. is no longer> an alphabetical one, and Rich, Miss Cook, Philndelphia ; Gustave '
performances.. To-morrow they go and to Uncle Joe Reynold's: the wood man, is those desirous to .pay'their taxes must Cook, Philadelphia ; Itev. J. I). Newlin, i tind black.
Crystal river, over the S. S., O. & G. erecting on his wood lot a comfortable bring with them or send to the collectora Philadelphia ; Chaa. A. MrBride, Jack .
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surprise Crystal River, count cottage for his occupancy.A description of their property, section, sonville ; L. Fidelson. Philadelphia ; If P
and eat the finest fish In the -orld. I township and range. I If lots, the number A. J. McCord Louisville ; F. Fluharty,

and fruit Public Meeting of the bfock as well as those of the lots Bait, Md.:. Joe IM'lnvr, Savannah; ;: -We will otter thebo goods--
Our farmers, vegetable Without this data their journey or letterto Mm. W. r. Redford{ Ky.; Miss. lied-

heir must not February Cth", when The lion.that Frank meet Pooser Saturday:suggests to afternoon our the office will be in vain. Tax J payers ford Ky.pJ\1I8\ Tritt. Ky.: Wm. Strat. ;u'i'om 'Jr.6WJ1b.'r1r mATrS
kind in Ocala citizens
they remembering t this advice and acting! on ton,8t. nun ; J. D. Treadwell, N. V.;
office of the ,
protection in the
an organization for their at 3 p. amp, it. will save themselves much time and ON; W. Koehn C H. Patter
against excessive freight rates interested will beperfected. Semi'Tropical, Ocala House block, and trouble and the collector annoyance. I son), X. Y.MOTlznu. Chicago:>> ; Regardless of (Cost I

It will inclose all take steps to organize. committees, whose
and look after HOTEL, Jan. :=::1. 18S8.-Jf.
Florida.. it will be to receive
in the State duty
the members of the Pomological and PKIIHO.VAL.Mr. M Tulle Waldo Fla., J. H. Morton, -To close out and get ready for.

Mr. Russell M. Williams!!! who has been Horticultural societies, who will \isit us Montague: Fla.; W J. Parson, U. I'. Gull HI'KINU
for the past Marcus lib a prominent merchant Rirhardu, Jacksonville F. U "rook. W Tn.un;.
absent at Tallapoosa Ga. next month. We have invited these distinguished his ; ,
that of Palatka, circulated among C. Doolittle. Bellevie I, J Brokaw
year making surveys for company people among us, and now ; ,
returned home Tuesday night to make unless we demonstrate to them that the Ocala: friends today.Mr. Anthony, P. purity Boardm.i Jj; Buchanan

his family a short visit. Ho says every invitation means anything, we most be E. P. Johnson of Memphis, a personal and Murdock F H.' R'V; L. Well- 'Ve will positively sell these goods

thing is moving alon nicely aud prosperously on hand to meet and greet them and friend! of Mr. C.cnuU, is in the city house, Atlanta; )I. In b. Pautka; J. B. oft at what we can get for them,
; the smiling oo his former acquaintance. yianton, New Haven, Kr. J. K Johnson -
in that enterprise. show by mans In our power ; and the Cnt to select will
( t the sincerity ands warmth of our bidding.All Joe Beainger, a popular Savannahsalesman Memphis; W. B. Hancock 1reibury.The have the benefit of the
Miss Lola Wright, of Oxford, invited. is interviewing oar merchant
charming daughter of Major Bright, are Mr, and Mrs. Sam Sleigh of Lady Lake New York Worbft State representative -LargeVariety.DENJ.AIIN .-

came up yesterday to take in the Pheo- Fine Stock for Sale. yesterday to do the city. )Ir. Wm. R. Smith 1.1111' the city
nix CluVa German last night and will mules and cameup ailing note.. He was Induces to come

remain over to take In then de Carload of cattle horse td and. be sold cheap very for Meal ticket, 21 for 17.00 at Cobarn'a here from Jacksonville through Mr.: O.
th Oliver Byron fine Jersey 11.11. W. Wilson & FOX
,; Track, as presently ? cash at Root's livery liable. Jalbtf Chic go Dining ..J
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V 1LA DAILY NUTAIII.I: Sl'mCIIEs.: for the whole body) of the Southern |*o- From Year to Year
: BANNER.. pIe, when lie pays that they have all Oneo' RA PII.tl. TCf'KA ,(I X* r.len"enfor
the l""'i i III r""lI! a gemit i la In book .Drug-Line-
Ulioied obtain 'Nlr .
== -----r---- +---- that to. promote a policy to with
ecli Bunter,
A most notable sis| > was form, and 1viHied. ( t>' J. IMnllm
k F. E. 1'RRlti.: Editor, Major J. I'. Hanson, of silicon, Ga., made and I continue control of local t affairs{ \by couplets I.). HeiMH, >I. j'urn-hle.1 January shows
Delmonicn's it method tint he will not hereafter abide; little I .iris f is hn come timidly: ; along: drawing
.}!. at an annual dinner at tgl full of doll, theybold -0-
tli.I in little' wagon
:;,=..'-=..:.:=-=--...;; the city of New York, before the "Amer by, nor tolerate, in federal elections one' an' Cher a by the hand and look as prettyastheyaiei
.. Iran( rnjlectiie Tariff I IRag\It' on the when the question uf protection is ,. urMCnttheir, I bait i fluttering I lathe*, THE PLACE TO FIND THEMIS
beuiiminirof his involved.He brwre and xlltmln;.. ma" e+Tthftrforehead
The hjieechwas
ICth inst. ,
their l'huht11111 fR/('* aglow t 1\ lthitoo J nature .
the there beno
makes avowal
somewhat similar to the one deliv- ( cnn an.le dots;| irtughlug Their appeal( !. "could AT-
other explanation for what he save) that ," ,-...11101 not be refused
tied l in the name city by the late lien we stay this jear w tith you
the South (meaning the I Democratic I by IK Ihij' f\Mt-ml) staytheytar, DELOUEST
11 ill, of the !carne State,and nude famousItfCAuoenf am : i that follow they are shown I : In DR. ,
huts obtained control of electionsUy forth the gs''e"
the ,veneration in which the feding Mrd, pluckingwild
vsrloun orcupatlonn
distinuumhed) lhot i is livid. HIlII-aill I in i Injustice and) wrung, and that we flower-, rollicking i I": If'tl..r.'-sy fit 1O.. ami _-(lVmsr SINK :SQI-: .;RE.OC'ALA .)-*
atnidit breathless silence have "all believed in it andlalwred to sitting by theftCHthore, making little, rive r. In (hemnd '
thrilling language it." On the pan l betWt'tlI June an.Jill) thtrrIlia I I I I I FLORIDA
: "There was South!' of st'eersionand promote picture of a mllritone! almost hidden\ I.y the
lh'B'Tllt'rt' We certainly have never given nor tiou "Half 3m S1S
hla\erly<< : that South ia flowers: but onlikh the inner
lea South ot union and frtcdom.; that (onsent to practice deception or 'fraud At way?' can t>0 seen Throughout the Calendarthe
the ballot hox. On the. other hand believinjj ) are drp-K'-d in' iiftuuies' at>pri prlate to the
South, thank (i II d I, grous! stronger: every :dlrierent month of ;the year ui April they took
day." that the puii'y' of tire ballot is refuge from the showers 'neath umbrella; In

_. -. ., +M Major 1 1 an on began bin introduction essential to the .preservation\ of free I institution May they fsU'asltrp among the daisies lu the ; CO.
liaveHoiitfht itspurity field as they murmurNodding BIRDSEY i
follow *, we to preserve ; S. R.
I in language nt : nodding, to and fro,
OCALA, FLA. JANUARY 14, 1SH9. There are two Mouth--one I Ib the old I South,the and we have not stood alone. In the grass the daisies growIn ." .
+ |*>litlclKou\blheioIi: .l South, the noutbofeidtuilve What does the following. portend? iK-oemlier they dfq wrt. mume up to protect
i .-.- -- agriculture, of theory arvl failure. The I do not believe In solid South for the purpotiof themselves from the cold. their satchels nn -0'Wholesale-
zdreatl other U toe ntw South, the brunew, Kouth, the controlling fedeaal final 1 |policies' in opposition their arms ; and as the hands of the clock pointto
h ,l L""wtey" has yly begun liirpin> Mouth of ll\erilflc! IniliMriM,practical! tnelbU !. to the majority sentiment of; the people of the mid I -night they imy : & Retail
t strawberries. <* tlieStmtli of pn trea One ('' / tntli >meinory North I lo not shall that curb a purpime couldbe '\>e hop )CHI hare had a plen-antyenr.
of the j past and M guided t>r its dead tradltloni foundf uf>n necessity to tht south or justice The lest page: of the Calendar has a candle
and future, learning burnt almost to the bottom and l I- jut! dying out. DEALKR3INBanlraftGwceries-
; the other In the pn-tent to the North For this reason, howj\er, 1 may --
The World nay that Canada has! a wisdom from expenitlve exx'rlence.| barb vote hereafter In our local elections I never intend Indicating the close of the)ear"
Sack ville. So had Ocala WM deslqu'r[ ) for a nUiwlon-to fill a plaiv h :In. the to vote fur any man to ill any federal position This I charmliigfalendar I [Hook lorlv) baa 18pHeea ,
history I of the cimntijr. For the froodtliat M In w ho dues not represent a hat I belies ti benonnd of color and monochrome llluMration\
both of them! lie love them, while not iirimln federal politic, touching all questions affecting gold edged silk, cord and towels 11 { 1
The Central Railroad of Georgia hat ful of their facts, their! nilioake, lernape their the prosperity the pcjwer and glory of the A dainty gift-to be had at all ft rut-class stores < <<1 c 1
,; given an order for a thousand new cars. IlOlItlCAla.hll. (,)lIutf). throughout United Mates, or mailed to any
addrvca on receipt of ion cetitu Ad lie links "free trade" as the handmaid That mean that white men In the : TUCK & SONS '
Massachusetts has and New York will of slavery and I paid that they South who are "protectionist will go .">" Broadway New- York.I'on't )-

Adopt) the ballot-reform bill. How about brought) on Kivmion and war ; that uni- where they properly ht'lonll-lnto the OCALA, r I I r FLORIDA
n; Florida? vernal fret luiu and twenty years under Republican patty, and that will be the"rock" forget.Olivei B.MOII to-niiltt.Give Sm 31-NI

.,fCltt'l.tOIlaW! promoted the industrial I I ujK'n which the ''solidarity of him a !bumper.

: The strike of the cigar makers of the growth of the South, inspired its people : the South" will be "split." "

t EI 1 Modelo factory, At, Jacksonville, hall with confidence and hope\ and, broughtto Major Ilan'on has a right to10 avow
? ended. the country a union in fact and a sea himself. If he i is a protectionists" TRAVELER'S GUIDE.

son of (piofoiuid and tinner?.tl peace. and there seems to be no question as to

President) Cleveland, Secretary Wliit- Of this union, and his growing and that-hi* place i* in the Republican Schedule of the S. S. O. & G. R R.

t fly and Dan Lament have contribute str nothing love fur it, he' says: twrty. He in honest" to confess hit opinions I Leave Ocala ............................ 7.15 *. M.HornosagM .
|60 to the Martin fund. If houlbern luduitilal' growth" Is "the and would be dishonest and insincere Oo ......................__......... 4.15 p. )i.
trop cut bond of uulon and: peace" the unionand not to follow them out. Old F. R. & N. Line.) Fisflel's
the peace of the union, are the pit.tgcs of F. C. f\ P. R. R. (
Senator Sham O. Harrill of Tonneseee this InduDtrlal gmwtli Because thin l< true, and We think therefore the Macon Ttl: ,. Schedule. IlL
la He for many other rejuoni, appreciate the union All graph \In the following criticism of him
happy. hay been re-nomi 1 never appieciatvd it before, I love the ut'loo HOl'TH BuU.ND.PassengerarrUcsIn : .
nated for the Senate ai I never IOVIM It 1 before and, looking to the is intolerant and unjust'\ : Ocala........_.........fi07f. M
heist Interests of mjr state 017 aet'tlon and m1 Major Itanwu's speech H of a character to ....__.,........,iiii: *. M.
The country, of mankind, I truit that (tout, In hl. grieve his friends-end the Telegraph, having for Freight .. .. .. .....................1.15 t. M
status of the next house of Ileprw l him the kindliest: itself
>Mvld mi, will lllrencthl'ft it with each iiurceedng enonally feeling counts .
tentative will be 164 and) } and make lu 'blrulng i.rrjulualHetheugies among their number. lie ten no longer R'and. .ORTH BOCSH.rasHcngcr
Republican! year '
r'' 169 Demorrat-i among Southern men in full I sympathy with their arrives! in Ocala 9.07 A. M.
i with ten ltilll trict in nit utterance tu the very tradllKons: their suffering t and their hopes lie I ....._...........tt.lo ,. x.Freight. Can l 1.0 found of the
t pute. ____________ stranger and HU far as we know to the ban abdicated his plac. a* a leader among them ...M..M.......... USA. M. one
original declaration, that whenever i and will use his rare gifts of Intellect aud energy JOHXS. KRIZER,
Backbone The Democrat stood right very been annulled it ban lu thwarting their denire and weakening their Ticket
the union has an l p Town Agrnt.
In ha limited hii
doing tie
political MO
in iiower.
Senate up tariff places and voted against'\ the been inure than once, "the sentiment opportunity for doing good The F. S. R. R. Time Table. Best assorted selected and
bill the fame an if Harrison'
It that dig.s lve
that opposed. sought to Whyan not a Southern man, because:\ SOUTH BOCJJD. ,

k -delivered.was never elected or Hanson's speech it, wa" conceived the womb, dandled ditlering with, a majority of Southern Passenger arrives I In Ocala..._........... l..V r. M.
ujvon the knee; and rocked in the cradle people, upon a question of governmental .. .. .. .._............. 11.116 e. M.
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trade.. "
of free
f Field Marshal Murat Halntcad of the policy, be in "sympathy, if not with ;: ,._.............li05: A. M. most desirable priced
t Cincinnati Of thtllfo't'Cth\ policy, which hp calla traditions," at I least with their sufferings .
Commercial, made able ad- NORTH BOl;(
ho Ainericnn he "
drops yesterday at Madison Wis. before I policy, says : and their hope? Passenger arrives In Ocala?_............... 7.1\A.! M.
b the The American policy has .lwaYlpromote.' the The Telegraph should show Major Hanson ., .. ..-........... *.10 201. M.Freaght .
State Press Association, on the "Mis uplrltof union it re U ui on coiuuiuultrof luteretU his error by intelligent argument.But .... .........T.. 8.50 a. M.
Press.t promoted by the union. It recoKuIiet the .. ,.......12.05A.M.( Stock of Dry Goods
it should the of
fact that one atx'tluu or Interest cauuut prosper cease use weapons
without Iwiiefltlint all I other wxHloni ana Inter- intolerance and proscription.They Ocklawaha River Boats.

The board of trustees nf the Aerieul exu: and that the decline of one reacta upon and ho are the weopons\ of the old Steamer Okauumkee leaves Palatka....................
tural Colleeo elected Uev. J. P. DePasn weakens all the renthenevrr this law ........ .
South. The South of secession andslavery )fouda) Wednesdays Fridays .30a.; m.
Director of the Experimental: station of lieu obaerved the union ha grown Strong In the Leave Silver Ppnngs....... .... .....................?....... In the City. '
of and people that i 11 dead The of
etTwtlon a prosperous weapons
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Florida. Dr. Nt'al'I'a8' elected hU assint-' henever; : it ha been violated I the bottle of union prollCTlption and intolerance should be Tuesdays Thursdays Saturdays ; a. m.
been weakened, and, through strife and d 31 dec
ant and Mr. to'. D. Pooser superintendent have 4 m
buried l in the name with secession
bitterness, our ha teen ebel'll..t. grave
of the sub station near Ocala. MARKET REPORT.
and It will be

of carried slavery. a great
The |Klicy protection, oui
when it 11 done. There will be no
ends would
to legitimate and logical Florida round steak (Mud qu.rter.M.) .._ inc.
Memphis estimates her total real and freedom of expression-no freedom of ,
union union of
make this a conflicting (fore quarter) &Q1O0.()
personal property, not to the tax assessor interests and jarring States. It i U tt.umelltrktt' action-no genuine progress, until it Pork (hind quarter) J i..12'/c...
butto the Industrial at f 100 i I" done. Intolerance and is (fore quarter) 1 lOc.
newspapers, ,* proscription
of tradt between the
freedom Northern mutton :::::::::::: aoc,
000,000. Jacksonville should the around! the neck of these
and Htreugtben tyrant WatCIII3QL
States that has promoted Florida l.Vs.
How long has it been since Memphis ..d it. Let each city and county and things, narrowing investigation, dwarfing Northern round steak ?.:.:_.. 2"c. \
.wits' thought: to have. finished her exis restrictions: trade and in- intelligence and stilling thought, and Lent! and Surloln ..?.,..?.. 20c.
tence. State put upon difference in sentiment Hog's Head cheese! .......... ISc.Roiogiia .
IntpfcoulMl! with all other cities,counties making a or --... 15c.
and States, and Major( Hanson would l political action im|>ossible.TingesUnion. Sliced ham .-...-.. 15c.

'The Florida comptroller has a is new ex-oflicer returning chairman: hoard. very auiikly see where the policy of Saugage Pig feet' M.? ._..?::10aonhggs (.I5c. : J1 :!::11 Q) 41 .

'1' i protection would lead to. (per dozen) ___.:. 350.
and the commissioners of the counties
who favor
We believe that the men
A nit of
x are 'members. They can do and undo the unrestricted 1 freedom of trade are all8lnt't'rely rhlsolophjr.
elections and set aside; the sovereign will attached to the union at those Tne Great Crea'or aud Judge of men could If he .103. P. GARY, )fPlIYlllru D,
of the people at pleasure.] It is a bad ('bOtlOo! have made them entirely fltel'Om: 1 A Complete Stock of
,'o nice very who favor the policy!of protection They moral Imperiectton or desire to do eiL-\'n
,r constitution we have. Soft pliant may be in error. Their theory, if put Orlfant J'WJC;VC. a !( AND CROEO.X.
., and mtleable, but it always works one inta practice, might bring about (disaster, Never! There' is just the point at

'-way. _' but they do not advocate it because they which our esteemed contemporary, like Room, Agnew Si Uary' Block, O OAL '. Gents'

"- would impair or destroy the union We so many other mental and moral philosophers Twenty-ieveu yews experience In Florida Furnishing
Gov.-Lo't y has ordered the t-ihPritl' of do not believe that that policy would errs previously. Without the 1>''1'11.1. dijanSm wanlONT-ly) ( ;

Romper to arrest every man whom the prove destructive to the business interests quality-or rather the principle of evil

negroes point out as having been engaged or industrial growth of the country and there could be no principle of good Goods

in the recent outlawry, and says we claim \to be as warm, and jMiiifliC (jxKland, ) evil, like up and down, are
be will support him with the entire State and zealous in our love for the union au correlative terms, occup\ i'l' g iciortx.ilrelations To our' Lady Customers

j, militia, if necessary Now if the Sheriff any man that lives, and it is our hope the one to the other.

is a real man, every cowardly rascal of that it may twcome more humane and To say that nothing i is hnpoaiible with HEADY MADE
the gang will' rN'flIvethe merlledlunlsb- just; more tolerant, enlightened andbenettcient God U oust. to say that not U ing Is impossible
": ment-Tlmtt-Union with increasing( years and en within the laws and limitations lie I

dure forever-a blessing to itself and alight hath himself reBribed. For example
r We are delighted to have the Ocala and inspiration and hOI', to all it would be impua ible fur the relation of I Miss McColgan leaves CLOTHINGTailoring

DAILY BANNER on our exchange list It mankind. father to exist without ason or daughter: in a few days for New

t is a five-decker journalistic craft, and Clawing; slavery, secession and free- a husband without a wife, or the master York. We would -
carries two of the heaviest editorial runs trade &II a "trinity of errors he discusses I without the servant. Without the spiritof <\) t

in the State. Frank Harris, the chief, is : the question of slavery and the I evil, likewise, man could have no conception to any who have workto Department

a regular 89 ton-Knipp, while Major 11 ittinger. war at some length, aud then says thatif of good ; without pain, he could do that we Unex'I'I
are celled
the city editor, I U a versatile Gat- thu results of the last campaign indicate have no idea of pleasure going In Fits and .

:ling! efleotlre power. This 'craft was public judgment, the Republican to close out our decSMmJAS.

;. launched Dee: ,,tat. and we wish it a arty is under mandate from the peopleto Will It Settle It. winter stock as near
happy and prosperous 'oyallltlburg.. cut the "internal revenue systemby
a tf'. the up roots" and secure the inmuanency Rev. X. A. Bailey, pastor First Baptist as possible, and goods T. LANCASTER,
> of church of Orlando), Fla., and James A.
of the American policy protection.We will be foaM at cost for ,
Ocala] now unquestionably has "the I hope that t he cutting up of the Harding, Christian, of Winchester, Ky., -1-
1 'Inside track" on all]J the rest of the towns internal revenue system by the roots," will begin a public discussion at Judson, the next 10 lays We

;7, of the Stat. She is attracting more at will be done. Levy county, on the 30th inst. Mr. will put in a good LEADING REAL ESTATE DEALER.
tention and petting more talked about Hanson next proceeded to amore Bailey is to affirm that the church he is a
than any of her competitors. She appears Major delicate, if not to a more vital subject member of is the True church, Mr. Hard spring stock and must -1-I I j

' to "scooped" about everything j so far an the South is concernedand i inn denying. Then Mr. Harding will make room for it. OCALA, .. : : : ; : FLORIDA t
of interest at present in Florida that was what he calls the South' ab- atttrm the same thing of the church he is ,

except, maybe, 77i Isttburaer. and she normallQlitkallQwer." a member of, and Mr. Bailey will deny. Very Respectfully, dtR)
'{ has a considerable slice of that even. We hope that these distinguished -

Well, we don't begrudge her the "boom" South The,political U not the South Mouth, known of t>rcf TV*you. All U the solid the I divhus will be mvited to repeat their I. J. BROKAW i i1
'and glory the Is enjoying for her pluck South, nor the rvprvxmntrtire of ell lbt I discussion in Ocala. ,

and enterprise' merit all she is I !getting au build Injustice our cotton to the mill puoplf and of Iron the whole furnace>> country It U I --- =Hood =&= Nashl= -1-

I and more besides With Baptist couventionn a* lu vftort* are felt In our.led\'ral Icxi.laUou I I Tho steamer Erie, from Baltimore to
Semi Tropical l Expositions: make no crltlnUui ul ntjr section and |*ople Kingston, Jamaica, was' struck by aMere THE MARION COUNTY NTJESERYilAN. M
American Potnological l Society meetings, with reference to a solid South forth* control and blown on i
storm yesterday
of our \local affair! which not applicable ;
convocations of ptodu Atelectrlo light, to myself. whether such: a policy wa uecea.ary the shore at hewpurt. R. I., and the LAND TITLES 1 1i 11 .
water works,circuses theatres,big hot els, or not. whether U i\.J\\ or unjust, right or crew WAit rescued in a sinking condition.A .
a live Congressman, two live dally wrong to promote:we have U.all With- equal frankness U cud bare I labort'd admit broken shaft the cause.Oue -1-i -1-

'1 papers. Major Bittenger,Col. Tom Harris, that through the solid >South, mad solid for the OFFERS TO I
,. and Adam Elchelberger, to say nothing imriww) of local control we have necurvd r preonution more Unfortunate gone to her TIlE BEACON & ADAMS
of Frank Harris. John Erasier, John 1''. In congress far beyond that to Hbleb wear OF NURSERY" STOCK-GRAPEVINES
entitled the tads of 'ul llon neat.
UIHIU poi rpre-
; Dunn Milton Hood Jack wuted'b, that port un of our people participating : Jacksonville end A SPCIALITT.djan52m .
Agnew& and Dod Israel-with all ot these In and deciding our oougreaaional clectlou Tats Hattie Campbell of ,
and more besides' .it would seem that live ui abnormal power lu decldlDt the 1"(111.. ed her miserable career in a tit of drunk. -l-I -1- (

t' Ocala ha about as much as she can con lion of tree u.lte. andas the tlouU North) U It solid in lluru enneen by shooting: herself yesterday.W IS TIKE PLACE 70 GET THE FACTS

veulently seat in her lap at present but favor of protection, the power of the Mouth thus Anna aa, Anthony Fla.
feel safe in saying that even Con acquired aud that wielded to *a t Injustice the
we North. D. Washburn is the United State -1- The
the Red Grocery Magnolia street it
would not be too huge for capacity < ,
press of her woommodttion. Kb for Major Hanson may speak for a large Senator from Minnesota He i* owner I OVric-, : OCALA lions the place ,to buy roar groceries

+ and the live long and prosper I portion, perhapt for a large uaj.lit, of of the largest flouring mill in the world, |U. ZACHAJUAB, Proprietor
Ocala, this Southern people; but he dee not 'peAk Its capacity being 7.QOO barrels a day. 'J&b d :SIdeclmI

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-This Exposition!' incorporatfil umU-r the law of the State of I'loridnill open at,

nCALA iltAHION I FLORIDA ,, JAUNT[ 2 29t I '1889, .{


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This will be an Exposition of Pomological, Ilcrticultural and Agricultural products of Florida and her. !soils: timbers \\ootK minerals and live !"to'k. and addition articles
and products: of general interest from all'States: and countries. Entry is: open to tho world for tho display of its products. Xo charge for entries nor : "space: for (tho protlnct or
manufactures of Florida.
The United States: Experimental Station for improvement and development of }products indigenous to this !section has l been loc. \contiguous! to our exnonitiou grounds.
j& 'We invite exhibits of all description: particularly those pertaining to tho arts mechanics and agriculture, guaranteeing uniform. courtesy" to all t'xlli,itU1'. 1

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C. W. CAMPBELL, SR. General Manager. G. S. MAYO, TI \l-IlU'er. J. O. CLARKE, Secretary. 'i

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BOARD OF DIRECTOItS.JKO. .:-- One of the finest anti heat e 4lu1pP',1| l tanking honK In the State owned by the --oF-
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