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: February 5, 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
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 002052272
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System ID: UF00048734:00134
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f BUDGET OF HOME NEWS COUNTY SOLOXS1X COUNCIL. The petition of Alex Brown asking to District. No. 2.;", ( 'ftlll1l'r-n., .\. lIIilh.JI1 CITY & COUNTS--- -- \

.. --- lit' placed upon (the peiiper list, was' rt' \). 1 II.'I[ h and Peter l K, llekkcma.District .
C. L. RiTTiNUER'tty_ : Edlto jected. No. :li!I\\, Belleview-D. E.: :-:Irohl DIRECTORY
,' ___ __ ProceedInKH of the Boast of CountyColltluiftnioilOl
The petition of T. W. L>'!les Asking to (', ieo. G. Mutliews and l Ur Harvey
Go to banders' and get; a box of -Vcent 't>. be placed upon the p\lIl't.r. list was on Knight. CITY OFFICERS, ;
cigars for 1. At a reRnlarmeeting: : of the Board of motion )granted at ?4 per month, pay to District No. 27, Sparr-C. I). Souttr! IA'nr-lIr HUM I'

(.">nnt\! ron.iv-:' ; er i r.r Marion! ('.>un- commence Jan 1 lv lOn >. S. C. IJunrterninn and T. J. Wlialov.Distr.rt Clerks! A Uni,, ...tmry
I: The bottom of the clouds have drot" ,it-1 ty, held Jal1nar}: 7th, ItvsO! the. following: motion 111. Brown( was granted a No. :US, Chipict N. W. 'Wind- MuMhiil-t. .t. lull

out. membiis wu I I present : Clmirinn" 11. certificate of reduction for an excessivea8 ham C. C;, Higginbothant and (ieo. H.Drawdy. rt.lliH-tor A....-..'.|- >1.I'Sd..u.. I: MclUT f

The clouds have: passed away and the W. Ui.g, M. H. lion: \V. 1'. Williamson, (>sment of taxes fur ItS for the sum TrfH'nn-r K. I K snow.lcn.
sun shiner bri,:htlv. and\ W. P. ThrmitlMtiiTh of filly dollars The following bills \\t'rt' u'lil'/l'll! (pnid : rnkMcui' of <' mncll-Jnn. K. I'unn.
iMr. minutes If" regular nt' '. The: submitted, of nard \l.1t'rllwlI-J.. .K. I Ina ::1. K.: \V. Ague,
( flu eting ( County Judge. report iiv.. IxniK, County t'oiull..luuer..S 8 COM J. 1'. I.ar.eater.tuhn
I Henry li. Dunn, the Denial and 3rd and a Fptcial iii".>ting held ]Dec. ID, special licenses for Decemlwr 18SS, II. Ron ". .......... V WVV Sinliftmll II. W. lutiuiipr.\. tirtnui|UmtrU! t.and U \H..IIC0\. li.' Mar-\.:.O.

smiling Iruil iriovPI of Cilia, I is in the ISSS, wenread,{ nod approved.\ ainmounting to M70} and the same was V1'.1'.. \IrHMUmm\ 1ll1"nIlIOIl. ('eunty" ( oinniiovloiirr" ...... 11 ell"(f(') l. .

city for a Jew dup,. The. Board approved' the following on motion approved" IVtrrMllWr wlKlrMMHlp]. ... 3 .i"i .auaary Im-tMttor V\. T. King

hIIII : Henry )1. On.r. Jn..titt> of the A petition' signed by fifty-eight) citizensof W. II. Kcnnedhringuagtiectionlemma: .. 670 COUNTY OVF'ICRS.(9nmh .
Miss Hose Cleveland K:. VV AjII>iu h <'0.. U-wue" |Iullwr| .............. 4 (KI
sister of the Peace bond ; ) D. S. Borland .
JoU district the Boardof
; securities' t'lIIinjton asking 1. l II. UrBL-l. nuilonvry ......... X :V .f.liiilttUleliaril. Mcfoimtbr. I
'.. President, is domiciled at the Punta told James B. 1 Borland ; John W. County Commissioners to rewind their 1'. 11'. ilea I i.lIlIl't.r.| ........................ 4.M'< > iVniiMj: : t U-rk I> 1. MilU-r
Gorda Hotel, harlotte: Harbor. Tompkins! Justice: of the Peace, bond action in appropriating K>,((IOII> to the v.1v',1 I Hull, Jr, ft"' |pn.tal t'HriU... 71>n Miorllf K: T willlitniRA ; .
1) K. lrcr. irotlnm for >irW :..,....,, r 11UR Latest s'vlesof i { )(OO ; (securities'' J. W. Stevens' and John :Semi-Tropical; Exposition( ", was rend, and, IAitg. \.11\\ i'al .....'11.... .Paul.....|................... S'MI 4 tullivtor! II. "miiuaiin, ('Ito.
bilks in all new' shades, 1) haw ; James+ (McUeehee.l : Justice of after mature: consideration of the stones U hrliiHon!, wil.li-Mi Multi\ ..... t miI TrtriMirer s K |I''|MMirlnt.n.lfiit
for eveuiug.dresees' at 11. Fidel's.. SljGt the Peace, bond fc-ViU ; securities J. T. \ as' tefused!t on the ground that the scriptfor I.I C. M nt lie w*, tux !RWOKMM-. 77(< f wI i iMr | of( rnbHc irurtlnti-M.. 1.
V M. iMimirl! .1K i nary, rent of urnuiry........... 10 MJolnii'iiTttfni. 1'1I1"t., I ll UllllKtOIIt'ount .
and had been
Little Waller Gate whoa \H'wk:0 Phillips So'kitlger ; i said appropriation' issued i-onwtT .. ......... :.K"' ) :((oniiiilwlonrrs-' W, Intuit \V. I". '
I'ohiMi.l cuustabie.1)011( tii IIO ; securities! and turned over and' \\ I1I0W bcunnl J. > VV J H) Innthmn.1 M II. Uoii, F':14. IVrrln, 11': 1''diiIlauukn \
was kicked by a horse' and his! life despaired Archie !Mt.-l (;los'. 1'liouuvs, and! the control of the Board of County Com VV'.1 W.a iammajc:; ,:, t:zmlltetir: \! : ;; ::.,: r>l II: dc

of, is blow I 1\.' but surely recover- Archie Steel. Ji.; George; Vogt.t oiibtable, miR iollt'rM. K:. VV. VKUOW A ('n., \\ ii t eat.eaip. ........., ianii.(fi the first. :..tlll't
.\ u., ur, wllJi'Ht 1\1.1".10- da7111e\er\ itiontlifrthnol ; io
ing. __ bond! :*:;,.IH) ; securities' Ihntinuel: Felder The IHUH! of T. J.Leitner for constable. \ lhermnlm IWt'l| ... 10 'Ui I llonnl Ir K. : 'r.I."t. IL! T. \Vnrliiianti. ,

and Xiichana lymph; ; Walter A. Ihir- : for -500\ ) was appro\ed.' Sureties, Edwin T. II. J 11111(". 2: w Ill cal' -. .1&1"| i...... ..... 6 tat> M. S MO-HT. A. t.rlllln iturlwe.S'h.i .
The County :Miool:; board acted yesterday iAard|t l tllt'I'Ilr. ,," lu iiumlh.
( ilcfniiio! ) ,U-arwH i' .... ft Ui untidier (\t ry
Constable liond Kx""*) securities Priest L. Green and Richard .
; Causey.The
like boys' let lose alter long confine Kola HulKx-k' dork! add auditor..... 4 ment. To-morrow we will intimate Julius Mobly and Win. Marvel.lrchi; bond of Jno. D. Leittierfor justiceof t Fiery SvMt.ll, pain,t'r, a iiumlliH... 121: ?)
of their bald C. Brass:!, Justice of the Peace, I liond the i peace/ for ;j"JUS) approwd.Sureties l-iulit: tutu >rn (i each: I 8. :(M:/ 1'rfnlilotit-lir T I'. lat)?.
i some actions to our readers 1lilrt-flKlit I I \ ixnilsm; Yt i l Hth: ::. I Ill I ("i'I secretary-'apt" '| K It IW'hAr.t"un.
tOO) Maturities I W. Brooks amid W. L. ti. L. Whittenburir C. C. Priest
; < 'WO 1>HIIXTK, tOfHtll ........ .... .. ..... Ill.' (HI, "'IIII'rll--llr., [.i..t. 1Ii1h.I1II1.or., 3Iil.wn. t
Long !silk mils at M. Kishel's." [31j6t) Thomas.It and W. H. Kendrick.J. 1\'. A. Mt. u"ilC. wlMrat .malp... Sin M 1. S. .......rllll'II\.III".III. f
I' was ordered that ('hanev Fuller be Mathews, tax assessor"' submitted, Mn. Kiln, liaise)', KutrdiiiK |'w. ul|+'t' ....... .. is! W f ,
Bill Arp, Jr., son of t l;famous Georgia placed on, the pauper( list at i-'J: month, the tax books for 1S&8, which after due I>r. K.: V an lust!, ntti-mliug l.niu'..r.... In litF. HOARD. 01TIADg.. 1
K lUrrl prlntliiK. ........... It! (tel 1'ivnMi'iU .. I Minn.
philosopher and humorist, is in the |>ay tocommeiue in January', 181)) examination, weir approved' and the F? 1'1 \\nUHm, UiMling I'fl'llllw..... ........ VI 67 Mee PreM.U-iit A. VWiitlirn.Hrrrvlarjr .
cityand comforts of the The Board approved' the 1't'1I8io1aNIi.' certificate authorized by law was duly' K:. 1'. VV illlituiK Cur jiiuior. ... 5 ui' It m. box .1
Montezuma. William Jr. is a vertable cation of It. B. Krvm.: signed, i by the BoaI'd. It. 1 K MiowiU, county ttvnuurfr, ..... ......... U 1. |lottriloftornor' ; -.V, P. Mitn. Jr., 0. Khctn-!
K K KiioMiUu, unit. orrrpiilJoiiriHuiriiiKl ivj V:: Slier iii,,. .F. luniti{ J. II l.hinu'Um, H A.
of the old bloik. Madison 'riswell It ordered that
I chip a pauper, havingdied wad ( Ute account of \\fHthonm. *'oxaiiilS VV.MiMMly.
a The bid ol C. Kheinauer Bro.
\ wasrejected
was on motion ordered btickcu Hood iV\: to\'ulll'l' !'l'ft'rrl'lllull'k to them\
.;. Shoes have never been known as from the pauper list. for correction, a* the r.mount was an Iwing !barred by the statute' of HU1LD1NG( AND LOAN.SSOCIA..

cheap: as thoveaOL_ .: FiaheTfc: [:31jtit] It was ordered that Mary :-;l'wellto replaced overcharge.1'hecitizets. limitation TION. fl"

It Mr. II. C. Packham and wife, of Philadelphia on the pauper' list' at }3 a month, of Welbhton! prl.'Hl'nt'llaI'l.titioll H. H. :Suowden'onuty; Ticasurer", submitted I l'fl'III''III- VVIItnor. .
"t and a subscriber to the BANNER and pay: to commence the 1st' of November { to the Board asking fora change his report for', the' month of I Docember .\'h't.I'n'"I.I.,1I, EI.I iHloili'KlNttfiary ,

dropped| in to-dav to .ar howdy, \ 1 ISSt. of road, which was, after due consideration us follows : I Hour. lot' slut|Illft'll..r.Tn'II""r.'rIA"IIII. J.1'. 1 aiifHHtcr.Fos. Inane Me "'.P' ,,..
A pit'l.t'c'fHcrip drawn in favor of Mis. gianted.' The following is a COfNTY" I IhOIFH.\ \ VI. Hll, .
and that you have a fine country, but copy ,11111.1. Hr.\t, A K. IMoiu-Kl.l\ H. I).
; "in Penelope Holly for $400 at the meetingin : of said, petition: V\Hrtunt "UIl."n.1 In Inc. iss........It,tit MAmi. 'AfliarlHR' and k. A. Iutfurd.OCALA \.
outside than the
)just now more drops ... .
paid t> li I'jli-ii\ counttruimrtr :i:!J! liKOAD :
bucket. i November, 1S68, No. CH, was on WiOHiiroN, FI.A. Jan. 8, INS',1.\ RIFLES.

motion destroyed, as the same wa-sero- 1'0 tht musty ((' > ioiu.r vf Mn H:M>. ''8.mln| -tivo A, NKHIIHmt
.: Elsewhere in our "little (lall\'" will be nrouslv drawn. County Mutt of }1uril!., .. Til ItHlrtiu-f\ O\"fJ'lllot< ) )...... I :2ii'\ 92 1.11'111"111111H.I II Council(

found the advertisement of :\Mr. 11. I'. It was ordered that Timothy Guilfoyle, We, the niulersigned citizens and 111'II lil.NU' H MAmi >. "Svcoli.l' l.lclit.-lmnt-. h \\ Ulialii1.1ort .

EagK'ton< of Lake Weir, who has as be placed on the pauper list' at $-I per pioperty!" holders of Welshton/ Fla., respectfully jiiiM H. 1 K. l'U'K, county trt-ntiurvr. ( 10 isSCII'NiL ) MunUmFIRK

handsome\ and deniable:! property for month, pay to commence in January, petition jour honorublo bodyto H'Mi.' : COMPANY
i" sale as ran.be.\' found! ill the :Mate. Tho.o IbM) discontiniut t the old or 1I-1;llh'll :blew Ami. I'rtl.ls. H. J') It'I, county trtHnimr..f a \n'lheiciiHii {'llld -1' l II. I mi.'m.t.T

4- contemplating inventing! will do well! to T. S.:; Hamlin was granted a charter for Road,' ruiiiuui through Welshton, and : | the Hoard" adjourned untilWednesday FIr't.es.IMaut Fort'inanMmirUf. \ 1.111.Kliflnnnrr.htMiinii Cali .

communicate with the gentleman. a ferry across the Ucklawaha river at that C'amplxll street, fioni the. eastern morning' at S oclotk. amlkliinl \\'. U. Mllrlh"n. ki IA l
't Mtn.ury-J( II. viallttl... T/
tarkes Ferry. line \\cNhtori: (wherethe! old load
1Vsulxlsusv:' MoitM.su, Jan. 'J, lh'\9. '1'Mt'iit-ilve iiivuiU..
A fine line of drum goods for tea
: The Board approved' the WI"o\ ( connet ts), and which is laid out (H) feet r
gownsat M. Fishel's. [3IjGI) Tilt Boaid, met ; to adjournment HOOK ANU LADDER 1 COMPANY.Prt .
1 peisii.nnt
Emanuel Vog t for *;>tN) as Justice" o* the! wide on the set lion lines of sections 1/i/
Peace ; securities.., Charles Woodrow, E. and :22:: township Hi, range: :IM:t, be declared' with the following' members ii es- ..l.lfiit-Al-lnni falser
Mr. Ed. Wartmann, son of our esteemed ent : Chairman 11. W. I L+mg. vV. P. W.limniHon l- I l'.n'III"II-\\. lli'iilt.'r"
J. Williams.Thereupon "
and far
Oliver Charles load
a .public: as west as Agnew street I Aw>..tant-\Vt ll. Kithar tax
progressive citizens of Citra, was in morning the 8th inst. Tuesday! ( ) public'
the city, yesterday, taking the pjaieofhis road from whih public loads/' lend" east, to select the names 01| ;p gregta LULU1.A LODGE[ :, NO. a2, I. O. O. K.

.. father in collecting taxes, while he TUESDAY Jan. sth, l I1'\SII.'\f wrstbouth.. and I north. 'Peter K. Hekkema ll'fl'll'oh') ," of the l't"IIII.III art! as giand IMeelscier I )' iutsday ."'IIIIIK."

\ was attending. the "esMon of the County The Board of Commissioners to said and petit" jurors' lot. Ihe /ear issy, W. II ('liAlllc. N 'i i
County hereby agrees open Camp VV, M. Phlllli. trt-tar' .
1 Board ot Education met pursuant! to adjournment. Present : I bell and Agnew streets and to make It 11"Il'fl'd that the clerk procure All tlrltliiK LrollicrmordUlly 11I,11t..t.OCA1.A .
-- --- Chairman 11. W. :M. H. Hoii W. theta sale' and hi siiilablti hooks to inake.il 'i"'p''y ot the' tax
passable as public
Long, igh-: CHAPTKR NO. 13, R. A. M.OraUCiiuiiliT .
The Ocala Hides at ousines .
a P. Williamson ami V\ P. Trantham.On 1 books' of l 18 \S two bunks ul :1'oD:: jiiigtw)
N 11)14. No. l.<. It. .
.several A. M tinvofatloni
night received new member
motion Commissioners :M. H. Hou I A asking that be each, (for {cal pio" |>eit t) and unit one book '
) petition : a eauseuu) Urnl MoiiU> niKtit In e\cry niouili.'
and elected Will Condon bugler. of i lt>(0) pages;: Cur pt is. .nod piojierty.TheieiiMiii 11. %v. II. ,
and \\ P. WlIl1allll'ollNl' upx'] >intcd a i built through that portion of :Marshallswamp luau P .
The l' anv lefused to have anythingto i the Boaid J. S. .lKAirt.K HtrrttaryThe .
| adjourned to
committee to t'XIUllilll' and reduce leading to
with to Miarpu's Ferry wis'
'r do the; petition' a.king the Governor 'ctlicationh the' work to 'I Idi.lon'r until the IIt'Xlll'\lular meet the lust :Mondav\ in FebiuarJ iUIilc| | hail Hiiiulay HthiMil\ sell Kirlal

necfSburv repair :
to remove Adjutant (jeneral Lang HmiUiT I IH:t'i.ii'uI I lerk. nUi'ii I : e\try Hiuulriy iiuirnliiK I: ot AKIIUW'M: hall
. the causeway through': Marshallswamp and a committee ap!']>omtcd to investigate also 'fHiliiiiK( at nlKlit at regular I hour, auiii
of the :Otatl'lilitla.:; to Miaip's: Fern and\ make retort the matter and make entimalu' of B>' 1). A. Bt uuMk, D. C. i; );utittliiKCTfry: VUMlnvMlay nl;:hi. All are
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to the Boaid.: the tost. ---- ----
1 1i Don't forget the Home Minstrels wlio I _
It ; .: will present in\ tile Opera House Monday The application!' George Washington The Board ap'|>ointetl the followingroad i Hotel A..ltal..

5If; night a varied\ and entertaining\ Lilt Poking to be I'lac-ctllll'lJlI the 1':1111'r| list commissioners' fur the several distracts OI-AI.A llofsK.: Feb/ I, ISV.i", .-Chas. W. TRAVKLKR'S: GUIDE i

'if Encourage home talent and give I them afj' was rejected. Campbell" County ; 11. 11. Donohiie\ St.IAMII 1. -- a
bumper. ttl. H. McCoiiathy preberiled a resolution District) No. 1, Ocala-Cutler, W. 1 E.: *, :>Fo.; J. A. Harris, Cilia, Kht.; Schedule of the S. S. O. & G. R R. .

from the Trustees! of the Methodist Nix and James 11111. Frank Clarkson. Jn< ksunville, Fla.; :M. I D.AbraiiH I. Attire from ""11I...""" ,,......................... MV r. M.
Don't forget that promptly at'H p. in. chunh ot the city of Orals, asking to District.. No. '.', It'dlic'k-Wllit Handallt. and wife, Pittshtirg, Pa, ; .\.1. 1.4'are Oi'nU for Iniiiiirllon.................. 1)3):" A. )I.
tonight, Colby incomparable band) of have the Chairman of the Board of Coun \ :S.; :Slciiman and D. H. Irvine Wcs and w if.* Atlanta ( in., Join! II. KHuriilnx. at.............................?.......... tittle. H.
; lA-atvixaU for llonuMMiMt................. '
ft :IK) /
will btrtke, the grand Commissioners tut'xcl'ute a quit claim District N..3,1'lciiuglomi-J.l.: Beck p. M.
:;'J fifteen pieces up ; linker, New York ; }IdanlSpr1tn:; cr.
march. All who expect topaitieipiite' {, in deed I to !same Trustees, to correct an error \v. D. Mathews and \\'. A. Wilkerson. Maryland ; Isaac\ II. Carry, Brooklyn. K. C. cl P. R R, (Old F. R. & N. Line.)

the ,pleasures and festivities of the. Phu.-- in a deed fur the lot that said church is District No. 4 1, Cotton Plant-tieo. L. N \'. Schedule.

t., nix club dance be III time to fall in with located on, was on motion adopted. Tin ie<'Linger, Ji. J. Fie>'ermiah and D. M. '
.J following is a of the resolution : Barco. :\MOXTK/.I.' Horn, F [ |1-011" !Isear, Night iKouH-iivrr" north Is.u.d...._.....(1)4( P. H.
)d the grand procession.A copy ( iainesville Fla. (i. olden' :M;heht >MMt'lltfurilllUh b"ulI,1..1
( ; ,1 Swam' | U A. M.
,-q. th. Mass frank "n-iKt ....>i...' P. M.KOMII .
'.j pen wad built in the open lot in rear of Marion couuty, Florida, this Hood, J. C. Folks vnd W. J. Weston.District ,[01 ; 4)SwantIsrth, HOUNh.I'awnmT .

f, of D. A. Miller's carriage rej*,>Mtory, and day, come Calvin J. Allred, :Scott; :S. Bur- No. t>, Camp lzzi&rd-J. B. Mat.; :; A M
t Mr. George, of Texas, made a successfulsale ,! till lUlIl', Daniel A. Miller, Hit-hard: Mc- Davis, J. W. !Hohs and J. H. McConn. Spitia, >aiiAnlonioXHM ; B Dul'u- :: ..................11.10 r. M.
LA at auction ot several carloads of Conathy, Marion :M. Little, John :>. Fra- District No. 7, :shady: Grove-J. W. Ibxlge, wife. and th Elmwoo: l, Fla; FrelKbt: ...... l.U A, M.
Texas |*>niei. They: brought from *."><) to zer, William T. King, Frank P. Gallnev Pearson, J. A. Trimble and W. E: Woods. I E.: I' Axt( II. ( ;iainettle/ Fla ; J. II. Stevens Canon Hall wmfh U>iin laN ruling and !Stevens'. Potter da ; M. D.Ida. with iKiinut....... 1,41 P. M' 1Juas14.
,' 175 per head. The oUlt and Leonard Dozier as: Trustee( of the District No. 8, Wlutesville. M.
.... exhibition given: in the morning way. Ocala char eMettioiIist EIiM'01'1\1:| | Lucius, L. A. ('aua'0ay and J. B. Douglas. sail Elh'o :'1. 1 l.awrcnce, Brooklyn' N. Y ; KKAZCK,

r .. highly enjoyed by the big crowd present. South, ahd moved this Board to orderits District No. D, Luke I Weir-E.; L. Car John Fab}'an, (Conant Fla.;( M. Brown, t'|' Town Ticket! Agent.

.::1 Among the equestrians. a lady. Chairman to execute on behalf of hey, Geu. E. Campbell and J. J. Eagle!: City; Miss Mollie MiGolritk, Macon, The I'. S. R. R. Time Table.
(Ja. Mrs I N. 11. Mice
Fully three hundred persons'! were in attendance Marion county, a quit claim deed to them ton. ; Milledgeville I UR.; aoVTal audit,.
from the country. Mr. block numbered of District No. 10 Mobs Bluff J. Bill Arp, Jr., \\ S. Ivey, .Milledgeville.:
many for sixty-se\en the C. I'll-
1 Pwlet.grrutfresln" I (k'ala..._... $ .
GaC. 11 Neiiner II. (i. Dunn 1A; I J.. : ? ?? r. tt
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Fla. and J.
George knows to auction old survey of fiesta lans., G. H. Nixon P. Holly. ".__.. 6. a f M.
It aj'i earing to this Board that by District No. Jl, Brooklyn-H. D. McDonald Wartmann, Curs, Fla.; C. W. Ftrrell, Frt'llIb.. ., II N .._........,.. 91)0 A M.
Lake Count)'. resolution of this Board of date !March T. W. Handle and J. W. Perkins. Wild"'KI!, Fla ; J. BagrHt, U.S. L. J.:. It. II ..... .... 1106 A. MNOKTII i

Cake County by her exhibits at the 11, IboO, the: north half of said block was District No. 1 V2, Salt Irilllo-F.: 1:. Anelate! ; Em Van Epen: \ Pembertorr, ''UHD.PawieriK I a
Fla. F. C. Allen Jr.
Blue Fla
Semi-Tropieal is making a perfect bower ordered: to be conveyed to the Trustees ('al 'o\'e.l1, 'iii. Caskiil .and Alonzo! J..oDistrict g. W. ii.; I-4-a exlliiies springs, ; i arrlrn!, tn I OaU..._............_ 7.1& A. a.
of beauty of her production' This is of said church for the use of said church, 10.13-J. \\ Williams, T. J, J"" A. ..' .I. ....... .. ....._1220 P. u.

4 a hint for old Marion to hump herselfand and that a deed was executed to them Perry and C. Milligan..: A .Muchly Married flan Freight.. It... II II' ...................._.-J.I.... V.6II.:. .. M.,
her sister county one letter in a for the Mine by the Judge of Probate, District No. 14, Orange I'rillg-A. It. 4
go A s" sojonmer in Oiala I has U-en rnarrie l
z general display of productive wealth which deed is questionable' a* to i ikri Gntiui, '1'. WalloOn and (;. M. Living five lime. to four wives, all of hour are

proper execution, and that said Board on ston. now in !lif,-, and. he in now living happily
lk P.'th of December / ) ordered that District No. 15 Linadale< irant Davis
the :
Pasco Calls fur Spate.The : Ib-il ,
with wile' :\0.4. He ('ullrt..lawJ married
( the said Judge make a title: to the proper John Hobinson an>l I. A. Kirtsly.District LEAD
No 1 two time and divorced from
Dade *
L following dispatch (ruin authorities. of said church for the" south No. JIi i, tra-C. \.\'. White, U. was
City, of date February1th, to J. O. half of..aitll.Jock! which defd( was made Grantham/ and !). 11 I. todt-tier.! her two tunes, wan divorced from mo. 2 I WE ,
and 3 each time four divor
Clarke, Secretary, speaks! for it-elf: but contains a provision as to a house of District No. 17, Anthony/ -H. K. Boyt, one making)
all. In instance of divorce!
Pasco Commissioners want I,-")1 !U wluare worship which was not authorized to be Elbert shaley arid Davis Forbes cee in every i IrEYER FO OW I k
the wives ai>plied I for divone on the
feet of s)>ace. EICUE.NLAVB, in same by the order aforesaid : and if District No. 18, Lake Kerr-1V. J. grounds of adultery and in unit ,
Gen. Agent elu.TrorlcalISOClatlon.! being a fact that the whole of Maid block Douglas, H. D. Wilson and H. M. WatHOII. every
rr the hu.l and paid) the wife'council fee
haa \been in the uninterrupted |>o"Ne.- .
and >ence 1)( ttuit. .IN (;xMItY..TY.NEM ASO......
Interest. Awakened.Mr. sion of said church since said dates and District No. I'J, ht,inion-\\'. S. r''.. All. exl| :
The, above in related the husbandas \
ward LJit for church and Jo;. M. illicit and '1'. B. snooks. by
I heed
Mrs. J purposei, bop
John T. Foster, manager or I fact I and will furnish atfidaviUi ifnrcebsary
\ Frank Leslie's Co. writes to its said use acquiesced} in by this county, District No. :.u, J-'autville-U. !H Blltch. 6Tai'iely
hate all the fruit it is therefore ordered that the Chairmanof H. W. Ferguson soil. E.; L. .'l'r l'rIoOCi. \ of Stlik.ElloodE&Nash1E

Secretary Clarke to lt'nd with descriptive this! Board execute and deliver on I District No1M I, Kerr Cit>.-:ft. 8. Haw- A d tftlnifuuhed\ ofoui i t'ichl"rh.. .

,; prizes photographed and all\the same will be behalf ot Marion county, a quit) claim ten, Bunard Woundy and h. 1 I.. Griggs. republic, Manuel "Spitia, U nt the city .

matter in Frank Leslie' famous and deed to said Trustees for wild propertyto District No. ::-.', Jltlntosh-W. M. Du- and it assisting at the auction Hale of

published world\ idv circulated "Illustrated." \\'e 'be held, u-sed and dispo****! of by them l'uyl1. H. Lane and t,. A. Whitney. horses today made by Mr. George at
fear w > and their Bucicttsors, for the use and District No. S3, silver r.Jrwj-J. P.Huhand I Coot'M cermet. Mr. K lake bin "1I1te. at : =

interest o.r people the do Semi not Tropical fully appreciatethe and the benefit of said church.It G. GooUby ami( Alex Holly. the Montezuma.Twentyouemeal l .

Pomolotfical war ordered! that John W. Stevens District No. 24, Silver:' Spring:' I'ark-li. I

) Society meeting is of awakening the American the mind of thepeople be pai-l 4M-'i for bringing; ballot box and F;. Howe, M. 14. Cauy and J. W. Lull I ticket I far $7, at the J.Cord'old BUud. Public 9<|uai., Ocala, Tl..

and election return. man. Chicago. 30tf i
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THE OCALA DAILY BANNER. Immigration the Hope the South.A ...... .............. ............. .............._........ -IF YOt' WANT.OOD8 IN THE- il

correspondent" .) of the Little Rock ........ :.j 1 :i Ti I '..,............ '
: OCALA, FLA., FEVROARY S, 1SS9. ...............j I I I. 11.- [)rug Line- |
} Gazette, writing from Kansas City referring .................................................-........-............... IlIleinaneI'S'SDeoial
to the industrial )proggress! already : : I I .
Macon Telegraph. made by the Soutn, says : i i i -0- ,
Prompt Action Necessary. When the Southern and I politicians 4Ijl
The ass' ssination of John M. Clayton and |>eoj>leall fall press into line Mtlaey 1 rT.: IMPORTANT l{ TIlE PLACE TO FIND THEM
do in the,8t and talk itnmigraon
was a horrible rnme. An honest- and and every man is an enthusiastic" ...i iI .............-.................................................:it.:.. -Id AT- ,
energetic; effort to capture and hang the
guilty\ person or persona is the only way advertising" machine, so to speak, as he is DR. DELOUEST, ;y
in which .the State of Arkansas In the West then the South will be the
.j relieved of disgrace In connection can withIt. he most! pro")iKM-ous section i in the world\ .........:...."......-......:.... ..:......:.........:."..... ......... -(WEST SIDE Ql'ARE.-

There is every reason to believe since in natural advantage it is the ...... IN i |i 0 IT i II i; 1C i I IiTOjTHEjLADIjES i ...... + '
chest. earth. FLORIDA
that the crime did not spring from )per on ; i OCALA i t I I I I

tonal) malice, hut was the outcome of the Immigration i.i her golden goose.; Hy .........t....... J........ ........J..t.......:.........:......... 3m Sl-88
fears of debased) and reckless men, who immigration {her now worthless mountains ---O F- .\
b were willing to commit the blackest of iron and coal will turn to gold ; '
crime in tlioJiojw" of thereby preventing her endless wilderness. of timber will be
the discover/ a lesser one, of which converted into valuable merchandise ; i"I ,,,' : :" '
I they were already guilty That lesser/ her!\Wa\J1pA"\ in gardens<4 and I her river :... S. BIRDSEY & CO.
crime was the stealing of the ballot )lyff' will be lined with gleaming cities : : ; : :
boxes after the election last November By it time valnenf her foriminglands will I CUSTOMERS: GO.DDS .
before the votes were counted, by which be increased tenfold and l her cotton, iron .......................". noticee: :that".................... I II --0Wholesale-
a cloud was put on the title to the offices and lumber will be manufactuied at I It. .has..come..to.our. .!! .! .a..number..of
I of Governor Eagle and home instead, of 1,000 miles away, thus 1 & Retail
Ureckinrid e. There is Congress.man not the saving to her )people all the profit of ::::::;Housewives::.:.. 1 1I _

:,i ._:.y, slightest gentlemen suspicion had thnt knowledge either of of these this increase manufacture value, a* still of the greater land item By than it the all I ::::::::::-be: lre to:take Advantage:of our-::::::::::: --DEALERS IS--

any .
(gross outrage'oM the rights voters.and ace problems' and. sectional prejudiceill 1 IMMENSE STOCK OF GROCERIES t I I ladles' Fine Broadcloth Hafllware j & Groceries0

they have condemned it in the strongest i"apl'l'ar altogether and a dream of i .................................... ................................ i iI f +
_,. terms. Nor is there any good reason to empire may be realized. Not oneof the But do not think we deliver them ; we there-

.. believe that the missing votes would have Id-fashionrd and diabolical sort of I . announce that.................N..... !
dreams of empire, based on vain military 50 and 54 inches wide
changed the result of the election in i 'WE WILL DELIVER ALL GROCERIES -
either the State: or Congressional district, glory and the ruin of the people but 11 ... :. ... ... ". I i a
but the fact that the crime was commit. one which will improve the condition, I. Bought from ue,,to any. part of the"ei'tf, with OCALA, I I I I FLORIDA3m 31-88
t of f citizen of the South: and whichto 80c. 90c. and $1. ,
ted. pave ground, for contests by the Republican every i rltoMrTsEss ANlrlISt'ATCII, 1In I I ur
candidates. Norwood and Clayton all races and I classes will I prove a 1

Mr. Heckinridge has expressed!' the blessing, and by which the world will beenefited. ::::;;Our,Grocery.Department t.::::: !
J, belief that the boxes were stolen for this > I ............... .......................................1::. ::... : Worth from SI.75 to S2.25 1
very [purpose, in the hope that Congress Of tho eight States mentioned Arkansas charge gfMJ. M. QA TES, needs no fraioe I / -
Itoollnt the head of the lit in the
would be Republican. i ::ITS:r:EXCELLENCE I AND: :: VARIETY: :
Whether: Beckinrhlgo is right or lumber of new schools, while Texan led N .
nofisa" matter of small importance compared In the increase of wealth These two I ,... Was almost become...... j
States, being cdlitiguous\ to the West in .

law with' and tho civilization necessity' by of the vindicatingthe punish act which a part the of enterprising it), are of and course,""rol.rt''III'e"pirit the I first( 1 A J| Household: : :!::Word.r. .J I ALL WOOL DI. F sners.j!

ineiit of Mr. Clayton's III 11 rc1t'rerM. Thefact .
of \Vestrearhes and '. ". ,
that there was a Political| I motive behind permeates I .. .. .. ,. COLORED
thc murder, or at least a desire to but will eventually) reach them all, amid ...............................:......................................... HENRIETTA,
conceal\ 1 crime makes the sven South Carolina will sumo day fall
( a political only I BENJAMIN ;i&l FOX ;
assassination a moro hideous, cold title \\iuc ... .. .. .. .. 1O inches! wide,
'flitol1th:: must let the world know-
blooded offence against the funda" ental
what it !hums w pure its great 1I1 1H'ralnll.1 i i I !
a )lawn which civilization ft'/ltl4. Arkansas ; 'c i i iI
on nor the South can aflord\ that- mlK.T wealth can be found, and while .................... .... ............ ..... : .... ............... Can ho found one of the

such a crime should escape punishment, alt 1 should I work in harmony, there ought .........-i .1.1.i 1 .... -1. 55c.
do thlit will. The at the I same\/ time to be a generous rivalry I : :: #
and believe
prompt we action not of (he Arkansas L(' isla- that <*\'t'ryit). or town may be btimuated L..U.J..J:::: :: : ::: :: Best assorted selected and :,
tu.e in offering a large reward for the arrest to do its ill most l to attract the atten- Worth 81.OO. (
lion of ,business'' men generally of the
shows that
w' of the murders) t public
feeling is aroused in .that State Party orth and Wt."t.Oc.u'S.

j feeling\ Whether the murderers are )Democratsor i\pusrrioN. .
Republican, the Arkansas authorities U. 1'. EAGLETOX
cannot act too .promptly. Tho claim of "Some I'limpkliiH' ," Halted, bY."OMt- Special Inducements in

the whitorncu to rule the. South by right unifier Clark orCnlton Plant .Dealer In......... Stock of 1
of superior virtue and I intelligence will n-clal rorroipomleni'L1.. of Tlmen-L'iilou. Dry Goods
' not be seriously considered" by the Olltoj }'L.,. REAL ESTATE. '
OCAI.A, Fd'rllaryQllitl'l: \ large
L ) !Bide world if the[ men who assassinateddAytonpo umber\ of visitors are recorded for to- -1-I Our Clothing and
; unwhipt of justice. The im- av. in the
yr (SreAsioa is abroad, and our enemies will .' 'be 1 Kximsitinn band\ delights, hun- ....Improved an l Unimproved........ City
endeavor to Mrengthen) it, tl'lthis\ bur- clI ifls' daily. The music\ ,: is 8iixrh.Amongtbe | d 31 dec 4 m
,zlble crime was committed to establish' novelties noticed yesterdaywas LANDS. GROVES ETC. Shoe Department
that claim The duty rents utton the ArKansas a mammoth collard Rant-a tree inact
authorities to !'HII fUll 11.1 thoth'8' -1-
-eight feel liivli and\ with a trunk
&)\) enemies by proving that the three inches" in diameter :Marion also I ,vtau.Ul{, FI.OHIDA. --- yn.
crime was not a political one or, visiting "lwwl1\ pumpkin weighing twenty
condign( punishment upon the \illtiirn\ )1'41111111" anii iimciilxMl\ as follows" : "I claim ndwlm 1aIeia a
to show t that tli'.y can get no sympathyor \ tn I IIti the\ oldest t member 411111)| family in
from time lulmg, white C. Illiciiiicr' 4 Bro.1
)protection Florida: if not .n I the w' >rld. For kt'l'P'ill l
race. qualities I collider myself IIIIIC
iumpkins' having ,been picked from 1'illo \
y, The Manner Doing It'.. Coed Work. \ at CuUou Plant, Marion county' inVug'ist GEOUdK: McKAY, .nJ) .n :a VII

the Editor the linnntr : : ", 1VS7-eighteen! tuonths ago ARCHITECT AND BUILDKR
To of
<< Clark U-1[ I
Raised' and pida'lllt.1. Houghton -- -- ---
PEAK SIR-Knclosed: ) you will find $1 I'. r DESIGNS AND ESTIMATE
to pay for the HANNKK. I take great :-:I.h'ru \ I Davis i of San Antonio, Pascuounty JAS. T. LANCASTER, A
pleasure in its", weekly visits" and fI(, lIit\ exhibit 1filII' lot of lieautiful I -Kurnl< >hyl on. Application- Complete Stock of
very closely\ (II1t1t't>t1. I really could notbecomeaccustomed nut- giuva*, green and matured\ oranges 0Ornca -- ---1: -
to do without it. I ofditlciciit choice \uiietles. mammoth
begin, to tt-t'llal11 I quite well acquainted citrons" (commercial) een and matured -Rauossct : : : OrAnge and Sixth o. LEADING REAL< ESTATE DEALER. Gents'
with your ei'y' and county.. I have noted times ; also lli H>*oni8 and lei.ions in clutters OCALA FLORA Furnishing]!
very many changes! (during the two or and plates.\ The display made by IJlSl O.JSNOWDEN' -
three years I have been reader of yonr hew l'"tlt'Ult'lIl'ro\t.4 that their' sections OCALA: : : : : : : FLORIDAWEIHE
|taper) that indicate\ solid. growth stud en- well adapted to giowing citrus ami Goods.
t rtJrIH'. other fruits.' They ''Irlll.uit't'' in behalf of dtr
i send with this mail a copy of the their county an extensive display. --- --.-- -.--
Asbury. Park Shore l\c i, with A marke! t 'itrus coii' >p among; tlier things, exhibits -
"'-m., The Mr. llovce th re mentioned natnvvSCt.. beautiful\ ar syrup| A McFAKLANE.DKALIIU HEADY MADE
lias been spending his winters Florida 'ntin lioi\\\V th ':Alwards ; niatumotlicabbages IS-
fnr.three or four years, but this year decided oO 'Vpii 4>wu on pine hind ;
to go to California. You will notice aU> choiV. "; by: :Mi"' William\ ALL KINDS OF FURNITURE.;
r' however, he has changed) his mind! 1 Priest, of't' <*Vh0iver.: : :Mr. I Isaac N. -L1AD IN 1HF -- CLOTHINGTailoring
and "tar led for the Indian River. I haxt Rawles, of f:\\\\ displays mammuthtnn.iJ'M THKV INVITE iNsrwTiON or TIICIH COMPLKTI
strong, favorable feeling for your State ; and ot..xN\-vejetal les. This sec T
+ and am plea id with all honest'' comimri thou u famous iliriih pine lauds suit 1m 81.f'l
it the advantage \lion- i'ultural"rlttl .tll. Watell.1 Clock. Jcwelr 1 '
flOP t that gives sin C I C 11)LINE Department Unexcelled -
r' est wmpariiwns are sure to do. The I sound\ Hummers t is beard from t In I
Your Exposition: is a grand undertaking early morn till ate at ni 'tkt. Inhibitor i Fits and Prices.
and it impresses one with the great arl' (&Uol\: ariHiigyiig their nil ious displays: Palace} t i Store' !! decSMmI.
apparent eacrmco you and your i jHJopU' The state hlu Jild feel proud of lkala'd Drug l (

are making ht bring your IItt.tlou-e\'t'u enterprise, aud all ettizeiu t>houl l visit I I. J. BROKAW
t all the State-before i the countiy. this KxpositJiuiwithout'] fail. ,

Very truly yours, ---0--1 i
S. 1). WOOLKY.ASBURY Colonel Ihomp'.oii\ Dead.Lvcr -1-

PARK, N. J., Jan. W. lS tI. ) body 111' lailraadc.u'lcsuuvi: uiub Repairing a SpecIaltyT" THE MARION COUNTY
everybody uut Ulu of the noun WHOLESALERetail
is the item referred to
The follow ing
knew the genial: and ncvial. llioerneai: .
by our corresjKtndent) : l'Utlt'IIUU1Ithur Thompson, who -0-
L Mr. M.J. Bore, of A hUurr ['ark. has barn I toCanforuta (3. R-1 -.\ -1-
i the tall In rfWH letter to graded\ the line of the S. S. U. tV '
during ..... left LOCATED ox WEST SIDE: or SQUARE)
and who
; the MW JVi+ Mr. lkjc .:ll'n. hit Hews IU from O'allto. 11'ml\tla, OFFER TO THE
; that ptacv and they are l>y no means ow tale; for the North about six weekssgo, tu ay,. I Drugs I 8w3l-M PUBLIC A FIiELIn
nectary. Mf. Ikyts says California U while visiting -- -' --- "-- -- OF ;
hill family, but naauvertaketu NURSERY STOCK
tot -
for* wan ol tuvaui|mt bad on at ORAPE'
country Hvtiw can lwtrely ism made In tire a daughter at I man. VINES
I" poor LoUl, bu : and; frequent f allure* are rrtoM'd.| ?$tit, with congeanun of tho lungs amdied 1 -0- W. W. CONDON'SNew A SPCIALITY.djanl5m .
baa len California for Indian Rite
: Mr. Nojc
in few
neat a (tla'II. -1-
1'1ortcl.. IU will return' to the I'ark for
OMUU'S br lntn* and elll: *U toa aln run. the TheLaCroswe, (Wis.,) R.p-ublkm i curd H--.ALL KINDS OF- Jewelry Store
Carlton. Lfi /.T has this to nay of the dcceasei ADDKBM. AnthbnyJFla.
All that Florida aka is a just o01I\1\rl- railroad man : Shines replete with everything in
j< son. In the things thatsheboat of uli 1 :Mr. Thompson was fifty-seven years of OILS, STATIONKllY.TOILHTAND : his line. Call and examinefor
> believes she can hold her own wit age, having. been born in Killaruey, Ire. '
f the world. tike {is not afraid at. I least t 1r land. lie ('al1to this t'OlIlItr1H'nh'- yourself LANDTITLBS I1 !

., : t eubmit to a fair competiipn.The three Years ago, since which time he ha: FANCY ARTICLES String for Musical Instruments a -
---..,- lived in this vicinity, his home being in Specialty. I -
.ft Caucus Nominations. La Crescent St. Paul) but EAU: Work on repair of Clocks and WatCb:.
(opposite ,uareuteed BTHEIBEACON:
Stock !
In ] &
\ }-senator. L.Gikin will be speak duriu; the lust five years he ha Ueengaged Complete Rhelnauer's Old ADAMS ,. *r of the house; Mr Reynolds will I I b in building. railroads in Florid dnCJ1JmTIOS. Stand. ABSTRACT COMPANY.
clerk.witMlf.) \ Wright, of lake, ai u- and other States in time So.th. He! will --ov. -
,f Houston wilt bo 1 l'rt'8i. be remembered as one of the contracted -1-I
aUtant. Senior F \ .handle nou Mir the Au. brands of atgareMea4yuaaers P. GARY, M.<< p.
dent of the Senate;: of Southern :Minnesota Railroad r' for wan Paper and >ranted Seeds WHEIPLACE
...,.... ----- well &II.other IInl'ltl both in Wisoonsitiant 10 GET THE FACTS
Dissolution\ of the Panama Canal Com.nanv Minnesota. The deceased baa just returned WKIQIIT A FRAZER P.YUCUJI 41D 'r o ox.
ijj at Paris Is announced this morning. from the South and was on a Tisit Roomy AjatworyTBlock. -1- l
I '71 .J bough i It l em' the directors hv only among huts relatives in La Cros. lIe P'OaUcsQt'UI:: : : st : "'gOCALA. ru. T'trMU,4IYeQ' J'MI"' OCALA. I OmcK, .
b.TT: a!J'trtelultt 1D
let 5tO to take better hold. leaves several grown-up children e Ds.eu.: &JanSm wl.nle7ay Flertds I IiI. nOrls1J&Ja

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This Exposition, IUl"1ornletll1ll1'r the laws of the State ot Florida, opened at--





I ThisVill be an Imposition of Poinological, Horticultural and Agricultural products of Florida and her soils, timber! wood, minerals and live stocks, and in addition articles .
|and products of general interest fiom all States and countries. Entry is open to the world for the di-pl.iy: of its products. No charge for e'ntril't'11111' : hparo: for the Products or j
,manufactures of Florida.
The lli.tl'd. States Experimental Station for impnnement! and dexelopment: of products' indigenous to thiHK-ction> has I been, : locahd contiguous to our c.xiioHtiou' giounds.2rWe :.
invite exhibits of all descriptions, particularly thoM pertaining to tho aits, mechanics and agriculture, gllarant't'l1IlotI1l1fol'l11 i-onrU'sj to all c.xhliiiton, *. 1

CASH PREMIUM LIST, $3,500. i re

GEORGE "'. WILSOX. President. WM. FOX First Vice-President. 1>It. II. KNIGIIT" Second Vioo-President ,f

r C. "". CAMPHKLL, SR.. General Manager.: G. S. MAYO, Treasurer.! .1.) (). CLARKL, Secietary. "

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Paid Up Capital, Authorized Capital, ---1 NCU,1IPLETINESS-

850,000. $150,000. CAPITAL STOCK S Ouno.no () } ] 01'' STOCK

.t:.'v.AnSl-av...r.... & _U'II.('4)1'(111'rra (Duality of Goods; and Low ]'r.k(i4.
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Being now ntublitficd inlour: nno and iegardlank: 'bnililttiyvf are rrt/NJTrtl tQ guar.aniee I
antis faction to nil.OtMralll'1ntJl .
; !] but inn*trantnctrd. Krehanyr bought' and iofd.IJOAKI -A coMrurrn: MM;-
One of the finest an bank. We have Special facihtien fur making: Collections on all arcewaiblo polnt8.I -OFHARDWARE-
We will extend every courtesy and favor to our customerHon 4$tent with sale \ .
I oankinp,and shall give prompt and careful attention to all business entrusted to us -: > OF })JJU CTOHS.J .:--
We so ..t your BANK ACCOUNTIandZall business In our line, and ,
guarantee entire satisfaction.
Importers & Traders CORRESPONDENTS National Bank: Now York, S. V.; J.HARVEY C. I'Fli1NE KNIGHT;, \VM.I.1.: ANDKKSON'filA YEH: Sasll I Doo'sBlilllis/ s II
outhern Bank of Georgia Savannah. II. 15. MCONNIf.L: ,

t& Special Correspondents in all important cities in the West. -AT-

.VaJkmnl Park Rnnklof'Krv: York. J/ rmclCtoalll1ll0l Yank of Jhnt'/n. A. E. DELOUST. ,
National Hunk of fvivannnh (Ifirgln.Jlfinkiny .
h.Olle Cornjmny, hruixville, Ky emet-seC

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Eleelrio btlU in every room. Hot avt coM t uhar O>mml u Ample room for Commertial Work cUr flist-class and Guar ----.............. & __ -AND -
7rawZ Hot Water Boilers ) Musical Instruments f

Steam Fit ting Pipe of all kind. "* .
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For further information apply at office or 4. '
: addrc8e:
;. IuNiIIcia' Manager. r

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j- Mih( Leila Gray, of :Shady Grove, who
has Lwn pienintf] ] nomr time at Char. o

lotte Harbor, returned. \lomb yesterday., ,
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: E. C. Allen, the rotund and persuasive s:
J general State air cut for the t.York :
I, : Equitable Life Insurance! (;OlJpKlIyIlln
t town and doing a high tile, flout! business. ... <::::::> .

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J Mr*. J. A. Carlixe" of Gainesvillp, died L I '
11 Feh 2nd. M rHo I'.wan a lIat't'' of Marion o
i county and daughter of :Mrs. Maria li
,.' and the late Capt. John :M.\ Taylor, well
known to our' older citizens, and I nerd
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''J t.-S *ath was a great "hock to (hi* community. ,
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t The IMiirnlx Club) Hall To-N 1Jhl.r" >-

: Old Julntor may thunderand al eyed<<1 1t
t I'luvin* rain down hit moistum learn, .
l' but the youncfolks all the "same will trip) Ia r \-
;tki, the litfht! faiuawtic at the I'lia-nix Club's '
-it' ball tonight.'outhi's beauty will vie ) C"-,
.. with the: electricliK'Ms in their brilliancy --- ,
i: and volility, and the merry go round be N .Ht
all the jollier for whatever of light and :--
t' crispness of atm )'slIllero is absent outside. /4

t WIlt I IH to- ; Illume; -Tor: Had lloiuls. <

1:, 3/r. }'. K. Ilnrrit, editor Manner: ciiJ

t. DKARHIR: I wihli through the columns -
of your )jiaper to 'all the attention of the / --::
)public road authorities to a portion oft
l Ocala. By little ---.. -
) ., Orange avenue near a / t .
,It! drive out there: you timid better appreciate )
what I am going to *ay. It is a :
I ehame\ and di jracft to the people of l----.J:
Ocala and Marion county. It i is expected; :
that )eople> from the country will! >go top '
Ocala to buy their jroodtt to attend, the
.I EijKisition, to attl'llIlll.rotral'tt'll: ti-nn O p
:" of the (')tl1t for near two months, and all 1 ,
'. this over micli I roads. IH the trouble .., -
L' with the road lawn or IH it the noninforoement o F! \\J.J ,
: of them? If the law is deficient : -
;. call the attention of our lawmakers -
I as their business! is to make .such o i'i'l'
; I laws as will be of the greatest\ benefit to
''t' the (greatest number of people. If the ,
k blame in in the lIon. nfofl't'nlt'nt of the
'" law, then call the attention of the: courts o ;
: to their dut)'. Now, those of u.s who c "
r have Hened faithfully on public roads enHH)
I during ail the yeui that are allotted till cr l
It: bylaw. think that justice demands that !
t t wo:' Iho'uhllaa\"u: a tlecent road to travel -
J. and u place to hitch for country coimins.K. :: .
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. Dr. Paisley\ ba returntil to Ocala and A TOWN LOT I1, rA TOWN LOTJFU HHI

, re-opened itental otlice. Educated}: in run 1 LUU0 0 _
the schools\ of dentistry\ and medicine, |I I ( .2
r with a pradil'l\l'xpl'rit'II\ more than I $25.00. ; I % $25.00.

thirty warranted years in in assuring leading the cities public, he of It-els the .................................-............ ..-.-.. ...-..-...-..- - .i ..................... ...................M..M........:!.. O') 5

1'I" but Htfrvicethe t prolfKnion.. can rendei. ...... ... .. .... _
4 DiseaseH of the mouth and artificial :::.t PIIIj.s..i..f.; LIS JL Y.J.
dentures specialty.! Ollice over\ FihelVstore ......... !=...........-........... : :.;.. .................. -. .... ... _
in rear of Dr. (iary's 011t' I II
I S janl> dim wtf t I
I ffiTHK -
I Cheap lOotU..
;' removed The t fiF&.t 111 tho th.ld I New S"l11i.Trop fichlitiOIl to the City of Ocala. I Atuh'n
I )i ."' The tlie :\t''OnllIallll IOlltl'ZUUlIHlUl'k.Store. has You can find adjoins till' t'l11i-TI'nt'ial' Exposition grounds. Three hundred lots now ot1'emtl at $23:?; each, for thirty days -- -

I tp now in Block crockey, glassware, lamps, 0111)'. 'rho prOpl'rt 18ele\'ah'll hull on'rlooks the city. South street i8 now being graded to the property. -
silverware, cotta and pillows, furniture, The }lropo l'l "(lUiiiIll)' hue," whl'n cOl11pll'tcll, will I\cltllOO per cent. to the value of ev'ry Jot. Lots can be
j baby.( rriaj:"'", one piano stool, a large for on tim installment plan, if ilet:>irt-il. No commissions:; no agents ; buy direct from owner. The editorof
r8t.dlraUl "', water-filtersaiul coolers.Cipm the BANNER will .select lots for non-rohiilentb. "(Jet in on the ground iloor." Plat can be seen at office of DoaIa News Depot t !I0
S j' i *you by need.(the wx. in tact almost-Ifi-b'Jtd:?anything II. Anderson. or address II. L. Anderson, Lock Box 15:? Ocala, Fla. ,

t Six.UoomHuuMa- and hot for Sule. _

'. Laht half of lot 31, Caldw ell's\ addition
to Ocala ; one acre well bet in fruit trees Fair Trade \ THE OCALA LARGEST
J and nice house of SIX rooms/ ; tine water, HOUSE.The STOCK
lot 3:
Two lot inI\4.JlIth\H'Io\t\ corner of : ;
of flue trwa foi sale on DEFIES
)l' :( lot variety 33. Apply_to nursery Key.{ U. Helm. [31J121] .. I-- -AS I)--

Magnolia Nur.ery.
; t The Une't and best variety of orange \\e don't: bar lountrh the weather it-iorti. I Leading Hotel of the City Prices !
trees for the money, to be liad of W e ilou't li ye to select our goo.1 U lu the lUht or or any Storelln Southern Florida. .
,I.<' J.V.. & K. 1) \\'A1TK.15elle dark of the moonSnow I -0_ n
.V.' 'iew, Fla.
I Ie.'ft'. --For-Kale- Floods -AN1UKSUKPASSKD )- DODD ISRAEL : : OCALA, FLASm I

exchange for an orange: grove 81-88 '
Or to :
.. an extra tIne-brtt Bullion, four yearn old Don't Don't : IX APPOINTMENTS TO ANY IN TIlE STATE!
::1 next May. Apply to J. bee, Colton
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S I'lant. ______ Scare FrightenUs. __ I I
f ', Two 1-:1111111 for Hale Cheap E. B. RICHARDSON
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.:;' At this ofllcoe. One hw K\>ol 8-hom. Us. Repainted I Inside and Out !
\\t i- power boiler. Can be bousiM low. Aj -THE-.

1 '. plyatonce. Rain Hail -AND-1REFITTED&TIIOROUGIILY Finest Livery in tile City
* : I Don't fail to call and get an oyster fry

at the <:l1i", o. SOtfThe -0-
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Don't Don't
lied Grocery Mattnolia Btreet, II LEADING SALES STABLE
S S the place to buy your groceries.t .
11. ZACHARIJU, Proprietor Rattle Hurt I 1m 8188ociltU

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S Clothlntf-for uenU at great bargains": at Us. Us. BEAUTIFUL LAWNS AND CROQUET GROUNDS
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M. Fi8helrB. [UIJM] DM. U. "J. c. rERIXE,

R. E. YOSOE C), The Oi-ala Tlunberm. WVHIIYNxQOTT ? --I DENTISts, ,
Call and examine their flue stork Ikfauiw our goods are worth what*. uk for Dan -
reasonable trtce. them. tWauMi a1sas! low and the mot,IUlurtOll'
work at : we are priced apfIOlDtmentl
good u1pped fl4 best
and get tcopIc are Cgsr for cur bargaws. othiug stops L M. THAYER )I '" dental room. In 'he
FOR TEaMS Arrir TOV: : : )i.uu. llotb melD,,, 8tate of FlOrida
Sldeclm fI of the '
the crowj
d thai iradt with linn
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i in quantity at Co- OCALA, FLORIDA.: 0 C&IIIn4ti, tbelr lPettufl, Invited
sulk' oysters SOtf ROWELL. 'ew )fertban Nitions oflree( In room 1 anet 2 I
burn I Chicago reaUuraut. ImnN Pla. djazgn) 8auk Buthncs. Oea'.

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