The Ocala banner
Full Citation
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048734/00150
 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 26, 1889
Publication Date: 1883-
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
daily (except sunday)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 17, no. 12 (Aug. 25, 1883)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for 1884 later called new ser. vol. 2.
General Note: Editors: T.W. Harris, F.E. Harris, C.L. Bittinger.
General Note: Description based on: New ser., vol. 2, no. 14 (Dec. 1, 1883).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002052272
oclc - 18660476
notis - AKP0235
lccn - sn 88074815
System ID: UF00048734:00150
 Related Items
Related Items: Ocala morning banner
Preceded by: Ocala banner-lacon

Full Text
M v. Lt Uji -

"", .


t y M THE OCALA BANNER. u '.' 9 '



-- ---- --- -- ---- --- -- -- -- Y
------- -

J', BUDGET: OF HOME NEWS Kxposltlon Hone. .> PHOT. LEOXAHl, Key West Kquntor-lieniwrat Hotel ArrUaU. f1)' +

Every one who attends the Exposition; Teiupletou'M Opera Company (kABOl'lcE.! Feb. 2.;>-H. C Jones,
f'' ''. L. admires the purity beauty and rich A Tribute to Ills Memory \\'. B. .
.. l'M1SGER, ('ltr Editor. perfume Touching J. hn Templeton'* Oi'-ra (Compan Well Nr" York ; )D (4' W Smttli
=== --- that is hf're'prf'tlt'ut from OneVho Knew Him. Diulington M II.,| 1latihi-ca a
t'\'t'ry' ,T.
by O i
still\ continues to attract lull hiunsPs, [he1)h't'a ) ; J, ,\
:; Go to Sanders' and yet a box; of 5-cent the lovely display' of flower "Oli\etfe Harris, ('UM. "'114,; J.J H Farrihgton Pa'- "
\ Professor Charkn L. Leonard the' beloed \ last! night, wits well l at )
: cigars fur The dailies
love the
H. (lowers and<<) the hat ka, Fla.; K.: Gamble. Jacksonville! Fla
B Ith1ow :- -- --- men I love the ladies, and to please those prlm'lf",1 l of the Anthony publicschools tended 1our III'rt'datldtizt'n"i/ in T. M. Uickardn. Can.ller, Fla ;
; Henry
rest Saturday the fact seat illru'm
to on every ;
whom lute ailniiie
effort is
they or no Marwtte
Dumipllon. Fla. F.
i K.: Hall
Excellent Advice. 9th inot.' w Mat a premium, and the frequent ; t
lit h, merchant in thine hour of e e e, too laborious' in or the risk F.x too great. An thelovely His long and l.ainfulll1nt'lV' wasendetby l encoreand bur is of latitihte and tuff IWton(\, Mass ; (}. M.. Porter,
r on this [f'"Ir: you hollid err, roses |>osition bin.dingare the long exacted and I anxio sly thai follow ed 1 whenever "Oliu'tto" (Miss Maine Louis ulo"hil11111111\, GA., ; \\'.
Ana look to J l"' admired. ,I and '
ur << p'aced there II. and
ou.ethiiiB to Kelly wife
ap i' L> p Minn ; K.. F. I'.aldwin.
, awaited l and his friends have Hermlue 1'aI e'ieil) and -
Your change, 'Coltlllelh'lt"John
; ye rulug lor greenback v v v, to demonstrate' that' with care and attention Cleveland. O "
Take our advice Rod now be jr r y, Florid n ,dtstatice the world the blessed' assurance! that he has gone ( Temi-leton), made their appear ; Ilfim-vmau's )Ionan'h" -
\ Oo ttralKht ahead! c car patty" fti>m New" Jersey Mr.
and adver III I I, 'h..r.nllprlnll\ is unkiio en. am-e i>n the state was Miflicientevldenctfh :
11 Bud the in their growth-none) for sale, but the and Mrs (i iV.
i.ou of
project tome u u u ; SnuUm, Mr. and :\Ir,,'
:Neglect Professor Leonard was tsirn at Meui t Kef1 Wesirn have lust none o'heir
can offer no intense
ex and desire
q a q. longing o\rrpoweriog C S.
New i tee at once, prolong v-ur d a a a, expreWtl" liv some 01 the fair{ visitors t>hU, Tenn., in 1852 and )graduated at theI'nuersity old-lime tutu irathsin their favor- Mis. Jnlu Hodman.Donald Mr.and I Mrn I" A. Slaats:: ,
A client buMnws noon de k k k. Mr. 1111,1lr'4 M. _
: He
flf :Mississippi" in 1.S75. It les ,
to their ihivalrous gallants last :stq;' dun, Mr ?: A : immediately entered the profession of The 'iifir, I jH-rfuuna 'ico was retulerei, ,
lovely day. Saturday mid :Sunday, ot how much theycraved Mrs. Judd Mis Annie\ iMelrich MisMAngle '
, teaching, at, which he made H |1'rfl'.tIInl'l't'AA. inn manner which 'I'I\.II gamed' newjatireN ,
delicate rosebud '
a impelled their \ Dietrich, '
; 1 Joists T
', ( I'.ilmage. )Ir".
He married in 1&1tUHI\ heWvfsa T ( '
< for
City council l meets to-night. escorts violate the seventh commandment miilctvu'Opera' \ 01111'1111)
, II. M I Uolui James Potadems.
,tt'\'ol..tlanll strlt ken wife We-.i., \Vuiit of forbids ,
but grief in Key space us!!
the detected
acts were by Shuin. J .lin T
We ( Maples' .1.1'.1).
are: having beautiful Florida who is the n4-8Vt'11 wtth'three little son' to distills' the rl''I"'t| i n' merits tftluonupany. ) t Honey- s
1. -, ar and W, H. h .
f weather now. guardian of the contents of the building Omiing! to Anthony in IS1*."*, for the l'\II., did we not feel that, in >ng.HOTII. "
Mosraxc .
\ta 2.> -A. W. -
benefit of his health, and not wanting to this iiMauce: to puiticiiiarize would be
Eight and without formality I
states approachedthe I '
were the any Oxfurd
represented at 1VIM'gard. ; li.4 O'rl\ Bennett, '
remain idle" betook charge " Ocala house violators of the nil of the
** building
yesterday."Y" public Oxfor.1 ; 0, ll', hllll! HtlIt' 1'lltill.I"" ,a ;
school which Mips Prtlnoio looked charming
steadily perfectly -
"to touch not taste not, take not, pre- Juhl S Fralllz
"tfrt'lI : I n, M.. Hf..It.IJi'I
don'toiifalonMY"the| built up under his management, both in nnd her bright' ,' > f* sparkled witheen ,
jeweler. -enud the hill for One 'oath
saute ) CUra FIR. Mrs. (i, 1V,1)eMnrn
: J.:. ;
and in ltAtlon. His bii III" than did the etc
quality rt'JI aim was a ishhter MO
dsfebtdOcala's pushed o\er a i>2 bill, 'another 85 cents : B. DeMuro. Tompkinsxille, Alexander
fa\tl;:; fur, 1hu,1 read, II bust, while a third' to make it the lest, and howwe'll lienucceedtnl gHiit and l costU' diamond brooch and, ; '
the l TempU-tons! \ we all know. His lots is not net klsce she w <.ie, and not less (ban a Dirbold Boston, HassL; i. Isemiiu, i
lightened h he
to t extentofl'lJttfor ) '
will be in Ocala Friday and i.-change: 1"'atllllahCiIILl"; Walknp, C.1.. I'.alles !- g
aaturday only the greatest to Anthony, but to ilozeu hauilsome& lKMUets of the rarest
alulluwlilly .\r. Oh, the fair ones Jr. W. M. ) '
nights. DuPiiy. BoaidniHti. Fla.
are dear in more: senses' than/ one. :Marion county as well and as citizen flowers wore tossed to her flout an "II'n |>- James McNiirii ;
: or teacher, his loss is itreparnble. lit >t'i'\tht\' audience" ), Ageut'l'rutpleton Opera 4't
; ;
Mr. Lemon ----- -
of Munroe Ind.
his usual visit, i is making lie-visits the HCOIIPB of ICnrller: was a man of highest Christian character The |Kipnlar opera lIkl\.I'I' ," was Company.VuliinMe __ l c
Marion winter to Ocala and Triumph, and a member of the :Masonic! Frater presented to-night, interspersed' betweenthe Ornngo I"rmllu'l fl.iror .

county.- Mr. II. (', Jones, of New York city, nit'. Science, Christianity and temperance first and second acts with the celebrated I ( I' Chrou ('holl ih J lx s iiig, a consulting -
-;The Templeloii; Opera| Company will but ono of the pioneer settlers! of tout h : all loose friend in him, and the Lnlahy and CJaxotte," by the hrinist, ill 1\ letter to the New
play, in the Opera House Friday and Lake Weir, wits in the city yesteiday.! hiss of hiM intluence as a citizen cannot entire Saturday nights.) Sunday he spent with his friends on the bo told The esteem in which he was held Thin excellent Company', will apH'rtrin| I profitable/ used!' even in the dullest of
lake, and in the evening, arcotnjiaiiudhv : was shown by the way in which the citizens the Marion Opera I House Friday and I II seasons.! !' During his sojourn in the south

Capt. and Mrs T. T. Willis, of Clarkes- S. F. Perrin Esq.: who chaperoned turned out en masse! to witness the I Saturday nights, March 1st and ".t All of Italy and France, lie, had ample I, op-|
villa, Tf>nn., are visiting! their daughter, I Mr.f J. to the colored church where after I last sad rites at the church and to follow : should attend- ortunities[ to learn the. different ,pmesses -
Mrs J. M i the remains to the last t resting! place.. ---- --
Streator. the regular services, Mr. Perrm informedthe ([ used in the" la'it.: orange plantations ( -
pastor that a distinguished gentleman The long line of Masons diolars" and Hllter Kprliitf Turk HrlellelN. and gives the iMIereut methoiU as
The Misses! Waldo, of Millwood who of Anglo-Saxon lineage was present, citizeos, kith on font' and in carriages Our Regular Oirrwiondeiit.Commander <. follows :

Lave been: visiting! friends in Ot'aia, returned A consistent friend of the colored people, showed, the regard in wlich all held J .Henry )Iow ,of 1-.1: "''m- 1. Kxtracting: by pr ensure' orauge-peel. !

home yesterday. and it would l he well for the\ pastor to introduce him, and the lovely floral offering phrey Post' UV1( G. A. K., of Hingham, oil (oil Portugah)), price IKT, flit mle', 2.
him to hiM showed that although) he was in 11 land Mass is his 2nd visit 2. Distilling I lieroly oil fl|I. '
Mrs. Marshall! wife of Supt. Marshall congregation, whichwas on to the Park, per ounce,
of the I... \ X. U. K., New Orleans, is the, done and Mr. Jones made them asplendid among His).last strangers days were, ye' > made they haJ'p11)were friends.:' fhepresence atilt will set out 2 more acres in orange 3, Distilling) fallen green fruit oil, JHT
address. trees and! clear and fence 3 mime |K>und, t2.
of her sister Mrs.
guest Streat or. The log cabin on what is now known of his brothel, and the Holy Threu IUllllrt'IIIIIOrttr.t'M lnue Wen 4. Distilling leaves oil, per |*ound, f.2.I .

Dr. F. M. llexamer, editor of the as the Moon place, east of and I adjoining Spirit came and blessed him Words set opposite block 130 on :Northern 5 I Preparing illt', ,per gallon, oOcts) ai
American Agricultural, New York city, ) the South side hotel was constructedby 1 cannot describe the gloriousnem of the avenue fl.(i Preparing citric acid, per |>ound +
was one of the late Pornologists. Mr. Jones, and recalled those days as Ilt'atla.t\ >11 scenes! and no one could wish Wilson has set out the I p'a,+t week frlkta
the. halcyon one of his life Though circumstances him to longer remain when he so longedto '.;)() oiange) trees from )11'1\.1' nursery, 7. Preparing dry orange! flowers, .p'r| s'
| Don't forget the German to-night in have called Mr. Jones from depart auto be with Christ Ocala, and will. soon set out :!.'oO Inure Isund, fl I.S. I.

r' Snowd n's hall given by the Phoenix Florida, he has lost none of his old time "The ikTauM loved we and row toIIt them"' Why from dove our onward rail them n,1.Go.l' IONIT. There in every prospect for a social Preparing orange blntlllllUlI'I po nude,
Club. It will be the last love and enthusiasm for the grandest lance at the House the pound, .la
one given before : iiiiDcrn angel o ('r our pathway ('rroMrd Opera on evening per
lent. climate in the world and the most Looked on UK nil, and loving them the most, of March 4th. 0. Preparing orange flower water, leer|
prom5singtatein the Union. Straightway rvlletrd them fl'llllllllt"'*"eRr) !'\JAIl.It Mr. llurcliell and daughter, of' the gallon, t:!Jtli
Editor Williams, of the Citrus county Lid undo the work that they laid dawn 'ark[ (House!' havo arrived and are liothin -- --
&ar, came up this morning from Mane- The Monarch Car 1'arty. Take, up the tang where they broke off the good health )Don't fail to i-nll\ and gK an oyster fry '

Held' to take in the Exposition. file Robert Gamble, the handsome, urbane So Inllm..r1ftf.strain ; we reach the heavenly town, The, readers of_ the, BANNER and, Fret at the (Chicago._____ ___ a<)lf
called on the: Daily. and popular' all-the-year-aroand F. \N tip our trramirc and our crown, I'm at thu Park ,
-- ----- And our lost loveif ones will be toned again ant feeling badly at the Go see the .ldic. Waterbury watch at
t b. luau of "t'I1t'rallltllily, lias charge! of Belay in getting their Is thoroui ilfelriitil t
Dr. L Hermann. chiropodist, is in the Anthony, Kl* Feb. 2S: IasSExposltlon papers. Weihe's." __ __ .
the Honey moon Monarch far Party -
and relieve ,le in the post ollicu department or
city, ready lives willing embittered to persona from New Jersey, who arrived, yesterday Notm.By In the employees of the railroad ? [Wegive hulk' ostem in any quantity at Co- 4

producing.whose corns! and are bunions. by pain- afternoon, and put up at the/ mag- common consent the best display ) it up Question too hard.-Kn.J] burns el'hs'ant'ssts'trsnt.: ::1111 f'l'welityonemeal

-- -- - niliCt'nt Ocala II omit'. list'lII't'n awarded\ to Mr. J. A. Friese, an Peach: trees tr berries nnd! flowers livkwt for7 at thuChicago.
Captain Wills, of Belle Plame, Iowa, After taking m the Xp'IhI'ill J ] and a an industrial exhibit, from his :San' Joe are larking fillely. 1'. N. s. *tf .
good look at our town and surroundings --- --
but sojourning at Dannelloii, under plantation, 1'1l'lCo!' county '
Major fthifro's' hospitable roof, dropped| the party' will make a tour of the state The roof of the l Stimter county pag-xla, Anthony Itrlefa' u, h K.:YOXGK( : A C')., Hie ()mltt Plum-

Into out little daily" sanetumaud made under Mr. Gamble's chaperoning and which has been terraced and I' antes in Uur Regular Corr tii,ud 'ue.Ixt's >t'rH. f '1\lInllll examine iheir" line. Mwk ,
himself a paying subscriber to the Mime. then )go.: to Washington..: C., to enjoy strawIterru-s is ,doing'finely. nil go to the l Kxpoflition.' and vet IH'HI work at reasonable; prices
--- the inauguration! ceiemomeH.I In all the allrltl'IIlo.lint'HI'I dtldeclm:
\ 011 ,
Our vicinity is UMHII'
on a just now.
A. M. Thompson; of Pennsylvania, WII. can see the grow i hug vine, the. bloMMommgt 1'ulUlIIlItlk.. ..straight
-Bevin of Connecticut Jo M. Kirk The New Incumbent as" vtarrow'when MftitnollH Nur crr.
,.. t the lorming brry and the rosy he t the girls
and Jacob L. Kohl, of Illinois, and John Mr. Daniel A. Miller, who was eltx-u-d "lipped' nectar ht..leo\"t"l and luciousriK Thu. weather IH among IN'" moderating some. The finest\ amt IM-HI Variety oianve'
P. Verstromof Gypsum,Kanslt.+, ,drop]>ed 1.1I clerk of the county court last fall, assumed | ned fruit, and the chauticl er who The forward flun' In this; u section is trees far the !least money, to IN* had of
I into the BANNER otiice and said "howdy." the duties of the otiice the. other sits'" eithnntti| over the modem anhi* doing well. J. \\.A F. D. WAITK,, ,

; Cordero is still on deck and day and is now in full control For the tectural edifice, as ready to burst his Icon A. I' ItHskin rettirne i from TillahhSMCu whfebtd. IMIeview, Fla.1''oundLost .

this Captain time the Governor remember.* him : present, the old deputies: Kay Bullock, throat heralding to the world the novelty last week, looking, quite well I'rldny Night.I '
Sim feistrunk and H. W. Aiken, will retain and tiniquenesH of the design thatcaptures The cull! meeting of the oounty Farmers'
Public. Wad .
making him aNotary tp with "I"'k,1.-
by I their while '\ CHI that beholds tllttallilllat..1 A 'blackelvel t'r"'y,
place, Glover W. Jlt'rl> thin
Mil Alliance
ut the
hear of this grateful recognition The ler Mr. M's. oldest snit pleasing picture When place on 21t. vet taint and culls( Cull at DAILY BANNKHolllce -
Bon, is a new accpns. was largely attended.
do work in his i
Captain is prepared to any ition in the clerical force of the ulli('.,. Col. Barwick gazes at the success of hi* Miss Ella Hiversof !Urke, i is visiting and prov I'wl'crty| and pay
line. work what a happy mnile illumes his forth t !* ad. 2AM MHtrnyed
--- -- -- ,
friends and rektives! 14 this plac+. Now
Onr t\undW"laced friend bid electrical Orange County Ilay. manly emmtenancu. watch Jiminie.Uapt. k'

bead popular merchant, )Ir. Morris February 28th will be Orange County The.. Chattanooga Chilled Plows, three Mcl>. Stroixl" I and family have or Htnlen.)
Kheinauer, departed this morning for Day al the SebiUTropical, w hen our enterprising roll cane! mill and self skimming evaporators noved from iiithman's.. store to one of Large cow, with a fwo-week.-old bull
New York, where 'lie will purchase the neighbors will come to Ocala occupy a front twall\t the! lxisasittne. Jausey's"' hous fi. (':1loth/ ears cropK-d| The animal U

handsomest jroiJds to till the Jiiiest store by the hundreds. Mr. James Miinro, of McMeiivlllr, half Jerwy, half Ayreshlre, and foimeri

foom:in the State of Florida. l <. j -.---- -- ------ l'apfainItkhsardsonbaaa tniriosity 'f..n n., swcnt H few day heru and .,s- ly the property. of Capt. Keep<< deceased wlii
I..tke. fjuiUble reward
Military Day. hiinkelf HM much 1lt.aswh 11ft on Orange
the line It is run on the accellorated presses <<
Mrs E. B. de :Muro, of Tompkinsville, All military companies competing or wagon principle of a wheel within a will leavu for O<'stla in a few days U-given for her r' turn to owner, F.\41 l lllnrfu 1:.

Fla., is one of the many prominent ladies visiting Ocala, and who AIM" in uniform wheel. Call on tI.Io.'f'nial captain and Th<* minstrel, entertainment given by Harris, lUnner olJUe.---

of ( itrua' co., visiting the SemiXrypkaJ.Mrs.tie will be carried: the round trip fur oneeeiuper )lie will demonstrate its almost self pro- thtt /Iftuid bays was a niplete. stiweHs. Illver tileaiuern.Harts' .
} \ hter-in-law, (nee Jose mile on tout }. 1C ,1& N.i and J. 1 (pwrrs. It is from the Hatcher/ Mr. Mullen and family of MnneaK! | cklwah
phine Saurey, of Selma, Ala.,) is also of T. LIIG) 11'. RyL. 1 } Macon, 011.., factory Ik\ Minn.; are visiting liix. sister, lira N. Ocklawaha steamers. leave Pa
the charming' party. : ..... _,l' -- -i- V. Meadows latka for the Oiklawaha and Silver .....
-, s'MNitlo.rfal\ee Wednt'a4ayNlabt; We erred yesterday in haying that the Corn planting in the order of the day. rrillllllilally except Sunday Ian ((10)) "

NeesreGlover Wfiller and Bert A. There will be a dance at the SemiTropical beautiful l hx"]iiet of white, ink and, Mr. A. W. H in ton was married to Mm. U c"llJlk( a. m.-n-turning, ,leave Silver
Reddfog1, two of' the way rnembera'and 1 luildit'g! to-morrow night., A scarlet camel Jai'onica'wa 4 presentto Htf'vt4n"lm the :21st, iimt., at the/ reallence Hprings daily except' .Monday on arrival '
cracked drilled veterans of the Ocala pleasant time is anticipate Let Prtsi Rifles, will compete, Military Day forth >ly attend and, enjoy the evening evtrylM Rooks. The 'flowers were brought to formed 1 the Wilson Gold! Medal for the best under the electric ligjtUi. Ocala by Mrs M. A. Jotinnon, of Mrxxi- treHslve manner. The congratulations wbfeb2m, ', +
drilled individual soldier. stone Grove, opposite| Palatka, and after were many and heartily extended

c' f 'T In Honor of I'renlilent Harrlnon.A I they had served I their .purir| >se at theI'omological Mr. B. Stripling/' ha* recently! purchased Fur Hale. 5e1:,e
_Alexander I Mcfntv'e''I't e poplar I meetings, were present-tad] the" More house" building which I One! fine 1 Deyon hirucuw., alllU one new a "
cashier othe First Satlouaillaok, i is in ball will bn held' at the Opera by Mm. Johnson, to the Woman'* De- his 'ha occupied for the! past three years, double .urr y. Latest style. One new k"A 4.top .
Jacksonville attending the annual meetIng lIoueIhtr:: :Sfirinps Park, on )Monday mrtment of thee Semt-Tropic-aV where and, is. now (having it and the Hotel re- due tact WilIlY': out new IIora t> +
of the :State Bankers' Association evening Mar.hIth, in honor of HH jn- hey wvre admiral by hundretls<< yesterday IlI\lnt..I l, which ad'l ninth to t their ac Johnson cpiiKU! .. uuJ i s.e new two wheelrowi 1
:Nothing like fdmtninfr.lmg with your auguration of the Republican President, and last night! President Berckinan earaiice.Just what every cltlteii cJf cart ale( one lair well matched i )
neighbor and exchangefrtendly'nentl- Benjamin Harrison, Good music will be said' the/ lower(\ were' the I tint he bail I Anthony should d'_pumt their buildings medium ittuxl youugmuloN and' tteveralgood

ment. furnished, and refreshments: will bo onule. ever keen of their kind fenri-H and ricer the streets of << driving) and work horMN, also HUV ;
Capt. P. N. SPKAOUK. IIIump"[ and brunh, and try to mad An- trlAl! excellent >niN. forwle atery
I As the best of Captain Marcotte'sfriends Captain Ilei r) Marcolte, of the thony have a lively ails-*ran re. .' low prlevw for cacti, K. lto.1I', ;
know he is a retN'.1 l officer in Mr. Mca'lfr' who will give an entertainment United States Corps! of Kngineem: aur- ____ (:caaA: $. I dfeblStd| Uverv AKl stable! y
the United States' army, Lut some wag, Friday night, is highly recommended irieil<<1 us very pleoAuntlv Tuesday morn- :
after' he ,had mrUttred> at the Okra liy both press and people ut a hIll by making a call flu wa ei routeto The excellent J*IMU read I by the Hon. and .lu.le..1 KiitcrtNlumenl -
made it read Salvation I. the Ancieht Citv. The of the C. Jo'. Bielby, of Voluma at the Literary
House, the other day, poet and a rf .lH'. His style of acting survey county, ,
arm and it wa *o published in carries everything! before it, and his delivery VkUwaha River ban been couiplet d by Ocala meeting of the AmtnHII I'ymult'g.)
our "little fish y.' has that dash that takes an audience hind, and it u t'aJrtCtl'd| an appropriationwill lcal) Society, on "()range growing in Friday evening; Marrh list at tiu : by storm. Being the author of be made. by Congress to remote the Florida," wa published: in full, in the deu'4. Hall half of the prorewU for l.eneflt -
We erred, or rather, the intelligent hit own reading, he understand how obstructions and clear the. river for ?hose-Union to- lav.Dr. of Grace J-L/IIM2wal; l chu.ch Hundvjr ,
typo did, when setting"\ the article rt'l!'- thev were written ant I proceeds to draw uatigation. This .'l/llt'ive/ I/eenburg and school )Ir, John Uichard 3Ieler. arising
ring to Mr. Isaac Whittaker iu last >: rl- the character until each bne is as plainly the Lake county rt1 iou *" well a4 jorlous Dulkwl'o: i. tv' deeply interestedin young journal, tMtet and ,ci.t..t
day'e issue, he aid the gentleman .bad siren &II though he stool by the si'le of of Marion county, a water route to Montague, and doing such gidwork reveler, .1111 give seine of LU lulnmabl,
purchased the famous Wilson\ !grove at : the author. ThU !is what the Uartloit] Palatka an>'l waen' tli.. i Jlrett; .nteam for Marion courtly, by (lnterr.llug{ the I rrullnrsr, aasiatewl l by the beat lute. D ui.iV;
Homeland, Polk couiityconeisting'of 09 : J'o4 says of Mr. Meader: ship \tnl1.td KewJYofk U e-tablilhtid, it peopieof' the wtM' .J., world I lu her rich al talent It' will prove a rare treai.
acre It should have read 693 acres.! I M Ills frontier iketefawe irt dlftcolt of execution t. bound to center .n this Mt' 'ht'ltrad.' oil and bright "pruM[>e<.U, male the DAMma Come prerre) w enjoy it. Admission!
J I .
We cheerfully make the amends but Ttry 1a.lc1n&lJll&" of South Florida.-hdatka Nt'W. office ft fiopcaH this morning. ?5c. f I'f' FeUtfuI.
1( I f

J.tL .


o-' ..1 ,,,oI<" ....:..L. L; L..... ....-; .. 1: ":; ;1 :!I'
-.. -,. --"-''. l4tn., J. -,_ ;
c:= :.= __ _

., ., :;.....,; .. ; '-. .

: :; t :rftit rirl I .__ .. __ __. -=_. -_ -- < .,::1 _
; ;; h :. : ? : : .';; --.r 1 rcT c .,, .... ., 'H<< _. < _




at .
---- --- --- ---- ------ -- -- -
--- -r
.. 7111 OCALA DAILr nANNJm, IN I IK PLY TO TIIK: KIHS1MMKHLHAllKH. : Complexion of the Next Congress. :

-=--==- -- :+.: :.:;;- =: ::- : The election nf Senator rCenna from t I

()CA LA,__!111", PEIlRU.t1n' fa, 188,9- --- I i!! Wet. Virginia.\ lfnvi 'he Senate : L LI Side HotelSo
the same a* it i 111I at pre..enl : 3? I i iDeiivx'iau
F., E. HARRIS In an article. which. n|>]n-nri'd 1 in this :IW! lteuuhhdan The new nheiuaneI's i KJlUn
-- :- Editor |la'llt'r| pw' )m. weeks! Ayer, principally on i I Senator, from U01aw;sue will\ till Kiddle- :
-- the "nbject of taxation! the fi+iminee berger's, place and. he will be free from
Yr l.A'tldfrquott'fll t two extract and fminciit ..
t' I that gentleman's ocx-n ional political uncertainties I I
lug upon' which. says : I and I Ito the Kcpublican, to Lake Weir Fla.

"II we understand the argument Dro. harrlswould I I that extent, will !Ire ha{''iry. The new ,
have our( rattle knRs, with t+*jlr luimtiiM.-i ,
: of Washnuton! Montana and the
herd, exempt? from luxation.;' State( ,
No, that is not exactly! what lirother two Dakota., will add to the Republican Sixteen miles nouth of Ocala ; on

Harris would do He would! exempt the I : control majority of l\'dl'rallcjll..lalioll and the lioj-o of Democratic iw : Special Sale high; bluir overlooking the wholeof

cattle but would tax the land they graze some Beautiful Lake Weir."
t time in tin future, but "faith" is the
. 1 't UIMIIJ.'I I xtronghold of the rhchtt'on., sit' the Democratic
\ II the J"ad.'r/ says : ----- -- -------
party, lielii-ving that it is ri/ht,
"lie would have the mllllr its cf Wall street HCKS MEETS ALL TRAINS
will never despair! nflr surrender.The -OF
sMrulatont untaxed ; tli"- enormous wealth at/ the -- --
Hallrnad rorrretlnns| which j |>rol>iiblr I rot HOUM-, at the beginning! of the
. more for Its protection than' any otbi-r one lii'lun- '' M-Hsio.i., will also ln. closely divided) ) Fine Boating{ Sailing Gunning
- try.should not be IHXIM)
a cent to for the ioxt
: tmr
.': The New Y6rk Irilune that-" ulte protection: ;; bill; the |pits man who, had The Democrats: including all whose brace and Filling!
nays worked hard all bin life to lAY nncnonrh to buy contested will have 161, and the
WM, a very graceful art on tile part of him a Ilvea/Te patch' where build a I I I Kppublicans IM: the Terms $$2:50
President" Cleveland) home In which rt-mnlnltiK; representatives : per day Reasonable
to sign the bill ad to PHM his dayi In ... DRESS GOODS ,
milling the new four State tare, muxt, not only a tax on the land htji (tom t the lit'IRtt. who will be eligible
)7 birthday. on WashIngs lalK>r had I IjntiKht, Dot Sap, tax Intuit net-vuNarily; be to take their scats in December, will in* Rates by Week or Month.
I IncreiuHHl to make up for the deficiency canned crease the Republican majority. ]If they
by iionoual pron-rty| of all kind being nontaxable. Address I
." unseat of the Democratic members
The Louisiana lottery I is to have a Cap iI'. Jt.
hose x-ats contested!' this will give laylor,
rival. The Railroads
At a recent election the jwople of this tontryown millions -
,r Nevada adopted by a decided a 1 of acres of lauds in the country them additional.' strength. __ __ Mnua er.
constitutional amendment allowing majority lot and lots and )blocks\ in cities' of !unutvalu Gen. I Harrison' and Republican( politicians Rates tJ.50 and SI:I per day.

teries. All r+ort.. of gambling are !. These" lands should be taxed and and Republican newspairs, are ladles' Fine Broadcloth
Jar in Nevada which is little more thanan taxed to the full amount of their rental quite happy.If i Opon AH Year.
value. The rails and their predictions. come true and the -- -
aggregation of mining culling i stuck should .
be This country Irotlllt.'rs as (it never has prospered
exempt. system' instead' of increasing
lion would fs'fnre, and,I direct benefit Intuit I 50 and 45 inches wide
Clifton R. Ureckenridire i haa won diminish the- tax on ,
;;. the respect' of the entire country by demanding "the 'iKxjr (man who hail worked hard all I the pockets of every lIIan.'e can'
also be liappv. The sun cannot shine
that the content for his Heat in .. his life to lay III'l'IIOUh! to buy him a
live for them without every Democrat feeling 80c. 90c. and : WatCIIlan
the next Congress shall proceed notwithstanding acre patch where he might build a $1.'oeth {
apart of the warmth. We hope to
the death of the conte'star.t. home to 'J>HSH his remaining' days in "
bo able that "the do shine
to sun
Now Arkansas! will win the re- "i"eal'e. TIt "home" would be untaxed nay
epect of the entire country if it will and everything! in 1/<<11 horns would from Sl.Tfl to S2.ii .
d catch and hang the i\RAAKtlIII of Col. John I IM' unfazed IIin 'farming implements, A Thing of Beauty a Joy Forever.
''' M. Clayton. his hat fill, stables( and,I fences, his horses, So if you want to he joyful drop into u.. .Q'-J:! 3>::1: J1tJII33J.

_> cows and pigs, would' all be Untaxed Itt ,'contlllall,1, Store and. make a select'oi'

Gen. II. S. Sanord, wan exacted a is a gross( mistake to think that under of some of the handsome oil paintings, ALL" WOOL
Sanford Wednesday. Gen. Sanford i Iii" such a system! the farmers would pay the cromoes and steel engravings just t received
largely in ten-tried in the Congo country, bulk of the laX("' On lie( contrary, they from New York, with frames of A Complete Stock .of
and has measures in pre+Krt!fw for the} would{ pav less latest designs.", You will i also find there COLORED HENRIETTA,
settlement of the interior of Africa He We hl&velilwaYllu"h'l't..I."nays the lidfr, niearly new sewing machines' to select
haa-boen f called to thin country by Senator "that taXt'fl'rp; collected for the mip.ort' of the from, for little money Our general

1 r; KvArt", and it l III exjHM-te.1 that hewill Kovernment..rotation\ of the and, llvc the andproi ifovernment|,Tty of WM I the for nyple the stock in quite complete now. 25feb2tdl wIMPORTAT 40( iiiclii' wide, Gents' FurnishingGoods.

take nn important ]oHltion under Ihtiibt-liiK the tart d.x'! out p+reonal, pron-rty ...... ................... ... ...........,... .. ..........................
this administration. rwelve just as much, :. :. : ;,
nay even more
protection .
z II .
than doe real nUate' Then why should: : : sea 1
#' estate singly bear the, I burden for the piotection\ ::.:::::::: B ,:. ..:.: .
MI'I48I"1\ face A Doyle, of Sanford, have of all I >lh ral an Bold their crop of 15.KJO,( to 18/KX( ) boxen of Hro.W.rlI kindly l aiiHMer? ........... ...........e. ......... .

i x. oraiitft-H to UIH Florida. Orange Companv, A tax on w hat one accumulate is a line ; i irr
of 101 Tark Place N. Y., of which II. 1 L. irpon his Industry., A tax on his |iossessions '- ., ? .I ,
Lilleiilhal IA\ manairer, for f$'a: box This! in reality I is not. A man's skill, = = READY MADE
.. j + in I one of the Urgent> aalea of the neaHun: his ingenuity, foresight and, enterprise, I l : Wortli St.OO.
v''" Involving over |;3KX( ( ) This company I I"II' work of his brain RIIllJrawfI. are his !
? CLOTHINGTailoring
t will virtually control the orange own, and lie shoal l b.> permitted to en .
market of New York, havinu bought woo. joy the fruits of the same without' being
era! other large 'roltlt.-Jo-urnlJl.. subjected to a line ill the shape) of a tax. -
arid is. not tho ... ..
result of man's labor '' '
The Time Union; in after the land (tax and to keep a few. anon from monoj- : ::::rN. .! O.'fT..TI..f..C..TE..r.. .::.: Special Inducements in Department Unex
eystem again. We lioxt| (it will continue lizing: the greater |tortionof it, to the exclusion
::::: : i : i celled In Fits
to agitate Ibid quexllon} until m>im>thin g of the great HUSH of mankind, t it ............ ............ ........-........................... ............ de<<::8t-ha Prices.
in done! to improve the. old methods- should &be made to hear the whole bur ---
',: 1'alai hI Nt", dens of government.Jicsides Our Clothing and -- -

We shall keeti it Ix-fore the public until as we showed, we think conclusively .. ..
] and after t the awemblingof the. r(v t1. > in our weekly twos! af the :?!, 'TtjTT H r E .L lEEEr.. : LEAD .
,., ,
lar lo idlativo WM-iiou.! Burke nnyn Un by giving copious extracts from the ............. .............. ... ....,.......... ......,.... ..... I WE ,
equitable adjustment) of taxes lathe t high li-t K-ech| of f Hon. Thomas 0, Shearman:; be TO THOSE WHO wnCl.fl LIKE TO BfCUSTOMERS Shoe Department
est acconiplmhment of practical stale fore a special committee of the Ohio legislature : : .I
manRhip.7mft I -Alton.. that it U! impossible' to tax ... .. .. : FOLLOW l
%t How does the line's. Union projHwe to nil I property with anything like accuracy |'It'r140 It....has.......come..... ...lit.....our.......notice...........that............number......-.N...of- :i .NNN.............N ... NN.N..N.,,..

+ equalize l t it ? and eouahty. It falls heaviest ujion :;: :;;;Housewives:: : I II
widows and orphans( whose estates!! are' .. i .....IX COMPLETENESdf_.... .
..... .....
LI Yen fang, a Chinese banker mixed up in the courts, and plain it'o xlrewlrker.firntesteotour-; :: : i
Mhrwe wealth in entimated at ti-lU.tlOOOOO> >),, who !know too little oflhetvayeofth people .. := ............I...............-............... r ... I i c. HllCinallcr & lila

la vinitiuu New Yark and the Chiiu-He JUMIIII'IH'orl.1 to disregard ollicml exactions IMMENSE STOCK OF GFOcEiES i i of Stock.

are endeavoring to make hill visit pitman although al'rompanlN( ( bv oath ti.. .................. ..... .. ...... ................ .............. I Variety I
t. Owing to our strict anti-ChineHO and threatened with penalties. l''hesys : Hut do not think we deliver them : we there j U )

1 laws, he was compelled{\ to wend back hit tem has been a failure and an im|>ostibility i:: .......................announce..................that.... ......................... : -- ---
large retinue with which he travel and Irom the beginning of civil government WE WILL DELIVER ALL GROCERIES ] -IK vor WAST LOOPS: is THEDrug -
enter our country alone, and after to the present dav. The it oman .. .. *
'S-. reaching Hritinli Columbia, had to go all tax gatherers, backed by all the i ii; jhtrro.m'( ui: to .any:.. part.. of this. city, with j jIMIOMI'TXKMH Line- =H.oodEwNashrledtrrd'r

the way back to China to obtain pawittorta lioness| of tcevernment, faiUil! to make j i ANIl DISPATCH; I IOiir I __
which would, admit him into the the citl7.t'n't'I a correct return of his! ... .
that ho could .: :, Old Stand Public Square Ocala, .
United Slates This was all owing to proiK-rty buccesufully con ;;: Grocery "DepaSment''I'sT l ::::: rls.I
I the fact that thin country had a I'aci tic real :Men were Hogged, burned, tortured I .. .......--........ --0- ,
s tftlopo{ which had Home vott'/4 that both and matmrrvHl' : but t the more cruelly /it rAtrpt of J. J/ OATEY. wflt no Fiafscf THE PLACE TO FIND THEM I
the great |>olitical parties of the country they were treated the more systematically I "IpYE.Ci'ELLFICE" : ; :' ''' : SJLBIRDEY&COI
wanted 1 to catch. Li Yen 1'.UliIt'tlr y they coiucalcd their moneys and 1)) : ; AD/'ARIFTY.. -IS AT- ,

naturally characturizod our antiChineselaws chatties from the in'l"itilitorlal'illits of i ::: : ...:..lliu:almost becomeATihious'ehoidl ...... : I
I", as "ridiculous," and if he war a the tax gatherer .The Jews sutiered all : DR. DELOUEST --0-
Christian he would use much more vigorous manner of iiidiciuties and cruel tortures 1 : Word !!
I !
language While Ll Yen 1'ang (i.A and i ignoble: deaths, but they would never M . .. I -{WEST Sing qrARK.- Wholesale & Retail

, ': a very rich man, he U by no means the surrender to the hated tax ather acorrect II j i i j i ii --DEALERS
richest la the Celnttial : schedule of their nCAr.t t IN---
Kmplre.{ Pang moneyed t t I I FLORIDA
Kim Lun is Maid to btl worth HOOX\K)0( ) ( ) wealth The infernal tortures of Sjmin" i BENJAMIN: .T''j''FO'X: i!

j and la thought to be the richest man in when the guilotine. the thumbscrew the ..._...... ... ..M_....._........................ ..j.................. 8m at-aa Harllwal'e' '
the world. He has inherited great rid h- fag t and the dungeon, ,, t'reIIIlo.t"d, \ & GI'oceries0
e' M through long generation' of ante as active and coercive agents, were not i I i -- -- ---'-

tors., sutUcient to make men bring from ron'l"lmt'nt ...._........... .... ".......... ......;..:.-................-

( their i personal+ etluctx for the ...-- I I1 !......-.. -THEdews--- -
r A hungry Army.KxPriwldent inspection and exactions of the tax gatherer I tt .--1 F. :..._. OCALA r

". Hayes in a np Pelt at although it was for the protection :t......._.__)"......_..... .i..!....._......__ I & FLORIDA 1m IIl"ss
Ohio on the :21.,1, pmmiseil! in of government. P'rlllll'l4|+ tint editor of Ocala Deo1LARGEST
behalf Kindly,of Gen., llarrioii, a .pension| fevery r the leader has some knowledge of the ............ ..................................................M............. !
soldier of the torture mauy Southern \bore be :, ...... .... :.
surviving war on JIOOJlle ....
the Federal ,side) whether wounded or fore they secreted would wealth lurr"11 to the demands' key oftheir of 1 ::: :;:THE REDUCTION; ;: i Palace( ( Drug\' Store0 !

uoU Of course he waaloudlv blue applauded.Every the invading and victorious foo. And .=..::.::.................... ................ ................ ..... :.. -0--
: ( man who wore the of course the etfect of the lawmakers of all the ........................... .... ...... ... ............. ... .. ..
thinks that he is entitled 1 to a {tension
for the balance of his life and w ,hen I he States in this glorious union ot Elates to 'OP STOCK STOCK -- --_
diM hia children must Iikt'wlMtbt'I penlotted. an-es.s: j ersonal proi\>erty and make the ;i

Unfortunately for the Government assessments o<)ual has resulted' only i in ........-.......-..............................................-......
I i YresldontCleveland will not leave making! lying and {perjury recognized: .? .......... --AS -- WHOLESALEDAND
his veto machine at the White House. and understood as H mutter of course' t in rBxs's..I': ) **

almost every tax return from Maine to * AND HELOW COST. Lowest Prices !

w Tribune CorrcHponilent Nurprle iVIiforuia and from Wisconsin to Flori ..-....-..-............ ...........,... -......- -

The ,t at our InielllKeitoe. > da. The farmer pays many time more ....-.........................-.................N.........,..-...- Ot any Store la !southern Florida. .- Retail
IHTBoinil' taxes in proportion to what he I Drugs I
>e' The ftpocial 1 turrenHndent| of the New' owns" than any other class of citizens. i 1I 1--0-
td York Tnlwtf under date of February :22: 0-
The objection to taxing chatties U not i 1 I.I DODD 15R.UII.I: : : OCALATT13:

says At wu: natural, lbe dtaeuaaione at the nu tlmr that none of them can be taxed ; il is ".............L.........................................N r.rr; ,.... -0-
: that so many of them can be and are ..._... am ales -ALL KINDS OF-
t 'aaicloeed were Urxolr tWvnc l u> the fruluofIn _... -N-
1Lbtealon. no n-ctlou oth oountrf I I. to reached, while BO many are not, that the TIItNI'L 1LI:
1&t .. proportion, of the peopl Jlrwtly iutvr tax is necewiarily unequal and unjust. ..___._.M_.........__ OILS!, HTATIOXEltY;
+ ertwt In frult-f rowing, ant: It ailybt dare Uvnx In future issues we shall show, we ...._. I. J. BROKAW TOILETAND
ported that M We Undliu luJuMrjr of tee t>Ute, ,
It would command uounu&l atleutlou. but too think conclusively, that. farmers l pay = = i i __ -
= _
Nortbvrn vUltort went hardly r>n>|>ar+d to hear largely more in proportion of personal --.1 1 -
|>ai<.rf of Mich a. high order u to use red ty thpractical e taxes than any other class of citizens, FANCY ARTICLES
fruitgrower o/KlorUa. The --1
while banker, \ and railroad NUR.JSERYMAN.
s e of tropical and neiut-lrvplcal fruit I I. a coin- speculators
e panUrcljr new budnma. ,All who .'h.ul lt her were oouvloovd that the tudaitrr 1* and were all taxes abolished except the
earned oh with each InteUUenc* aud sitU that
s' > abundant uoona U already anured.. taxes on the rt'nlal.Iue of land the M.FISHEL'S: \ -1- ---0-

On the, trip throulthar the, grove from farmers would be the beneficiaries{ of the _. ... I If OFFERS TO THE: PCBUO A FIXE: UWBOF 'We

Oaklawn to Citra he said that "to, those system. ________ _______ r.P.... N.. ... .... ....N... : KT7B4KRY STOCK-OBAPBVHTIM used I&4n8n hu41. Dooe for Wall bat \h.Paper durst and brands on ttlare.
who were in Florida for the drat time! uUlSea: aeeda'VIlI01TT
the thrifty groves, loaded with fruit and Just Kecelved for Hale' Cheap. f OCALA, : ;: ::: : ,: : : ::FLORIDA, / A 8PCIAUTY. .ti I FRAZER (

.flowers were a wilderness of beauty and A lot of }good buggy and wagon hare ... I ,

.I .fragrance." UNIt at Smith's Harnesa Shop. 25feb2t* dtfijj djan52m ADDRBM, Anthony Fla. Provo eauiaa : : : : 0..a.,, Sir j

\. '... qua
';),M ', '. .
1Ii -" ,
.''!!; It

.r .' ';- rnr .
-, .
11!>b... ? _. : :L .:: : :

'' r \. ,1
+ f p + +r J'


t I 1
"- -- -- --___ h ________


". ,_
t '

-_. .,.. '
'n"AND _

Semi-r.ropical Exposition. '

-This Exposition illl'Orporatl'tlUHler| the laws of the State ol Florid.i. opened ait- -



Thisfwill be an Imposition of 1'omological, Horticultural and Agricultural products! of Florida 1uI11.'rOUII. timber, woods, minerals! and live stock, and in addition articles
and products of general interest from all States and countries.! Entry is open to the world for tho display of its products. No charge for entries nor upaco for the product or t
manufactures of Florida
The lIni.ted. Experimental: : Station! for improvement' development: of products indigenous t to this section has been: located l contiguous! to our exposition ground
loTWe invite exhibits of all descriptions particularly those: iiertaimng to the arts, mechanics and'agriculture.: guaranteeing uniform courtesy to all! exhibitors. .


GEORGE W. \VILSOX President. Wai.:\ FOX. First: Vice-1'residonU l DR. H. KNIGHT Second Vice-1'resident t,
C. W. CAMPBKLL SK., General Manager.: : G. S. MAYO Treasurer d. O. CIjAUKK, Secretary.OF .

. ,

mnc FitS! National BaQk Tic 1 Mdiaiits 1 Mini Ban { Anti --TJlJ'-011010'; 1 r Drug) ( >; ":.t t,


Ocala, Florida.
i =OF OCALA=== -ANISEED )- -
--- I
. = 0 4]] NO. 3470.. > = I Il =

-NO. 3.815.--

..-.....4-................. 7aa ..4..... ..... SUCCESSORS TO-- T1IK,-DANK OF OOALA. No Second PlaceIN ., ,i

Paid Up Capital, Authorized Capital, -

$50,000. $150,000. CAPITAL HTOCKSURPLUS 8rU,00(1,00) ( : ro\Pi! ,HT\TO I 01'' STOCK

:ijr o.oo
E.'v.AONKW: ,1' '.. a4 x D II.COfCH.V.rre; .* Duality of GOO ... .......M"..
1 1 JKO. F DCNN Preaisleru. uois! .JOllln: I IIncste4 '
t f '
E.: P. DIHMIKKSficfltrtnidfnt.\ .
H. B. :McCoxmiL, Quhirr
.. -( neat door to Fin''l\IaUoDal\ aoL)
A. McINTYR.E: C.A.SI-: :
Im Sl-m
SURPLUS $7,000.00 Being now fttaUiitted in cmr r>rw and rlrygmlion! "building v*are jirrjtnrrd to yunrantfe"mtUfartion t
to all. .
Gnxral Bunking. "Ivrintt*truwirtfd. Kxctmnge bwtytd arid told. -A COMI'Lim:. : LINKHARDWARE:-

One of the finest and ht'lt l equipK bank. We have special facilities for making C-ollertions! on all accessible joints. --- -- --oF-
We will extend every courtesy and favor to our i-UHtoment ('nsietent with Bale N
oankinp.,and ehalipi 'e prompt and careful attention to all) business entrusted to us -: BOAR!) OF ))JU CTOUH.10. .:-- V
We 80 -.t your HANK ACCOUNT and all business In our llnel and ,
guarantee;entire satisfaction.
F. nUis. R P. DISMtTKES,
.. Importers & Trader National Bunk, New York, N.-Y.; J. PEUINE: : .11. H. MiCONNKLL: I. M. THAVER, / s sAT i
outhern Bank of Georgia Savannah.

t& Special Correspondents in all important cities in the West. -- -- c,
4d :
.Vatumnl: 1'ark: Hank of New York Afanrvt HJlV ftfJl.mt of Uotlrm. A. E.
----- DELOUST.
ffntwnnl Rank of_ Savannah Oforyin.LviiimU .
nw1Gav Itanhny' Vrtmjwy, IsntliriUt, Ky. : tmfl-M A' I

:Main<< Street, Ocala, Fla. --.-...........-..... -...... .. .. ... .....-.. .......................................-.. ... ......---J_. CO


... ''''
.MN..NI "Hotel f'the'Hy: _.... .....--......-.......-.- ...-... ..........-..-... -roK--t
The : ;.
.r _::.._.... .NN..................-............................-........................-..... ... 1-_-.......... rAXI), GAJS-PITTBH : ::=:= ail,

=FIRST-CLASS IN ALL RESPECTS.= .--.....-..... .....:... ...........-...................SAMTARE...... .......................].................-..............I ENGINEER....-..............-. .-...... .z.. I iZPIFTEEK .t
-...............................-..............Nr.....r................r r..rr....-....................-- -- ----- - -- -- --- -- -AND- y
Rtekno t Wit i,,wry room. H*i""*OU OOlhl. O)'- -/iw ample roomt for Commercial
I Iniden. 9*1")1).Vm brick ksue\ a/vl new (arniture.sra Musical
Instruments I
I BATA TTB8: wATaiLrHI1Y): Buis"4! ,, tiUT"WATER' FMILLRi' : HTL!Tii 'lNIJ. ANO
PI' 4 01' ALt. KIND+ O'LL A iu LUV&oaDae. I .

( $.Xi 4W v dark) r.P.U4Lt.r.-. r.-v "i.. (J2I4.J 1 -ALL WORK ATRIC'lLT TIR31.CUSS AND QU..4.1U.NfUD-.- OCALA ,LA. tti.



"I _: ;) .. sea ai c

'; iv.. J : ,r '.- I -.----.. -- .. -- .. -' .-. ', -v,' .-.-. r' -,. --. -, ..." 'rSHUT. --
.h -- '-- p
r .All \ .. ..'\'l"" "'M" .y:"iffijHJJH' y rr3 1 ftc v\ilT';? 'S [ VMT :


__ ._u_. _. _____..__ _-____ .__ _. A


L TffE-DAlbY-BANNER.. P. ._. ,. -- ._ ... ',- -. ..-., .. .
; I
SUbscription Rat... : It'not a'polite' xpijwil' ()n',''but; 'It U plain talk
Ter Annntn "
tliz 1lontbs' II no !! for tense who blow abodt prices which can I I ,
w 9 :n 5, ; with the prices we are flatSpfag.
begin) to Of mpare
Three Mouths I '
,_ .- -- --- 1 :t\-: O. : Ja.t rome and get. .oar......figure._.........and.....you....._U I ; -

Adrerlu'in laln.f 'H OPEN"YOUR

$ (II. J!. I 16 i m. I 13 m. I IDt. I r t once
; mn': -/75 '.,.,attic trtlliq, : i a'
U'Olu".. rat' I" 5 _w 1 r.o
555 )IO'r'r \ I 89: 10, roil 11\\ 2 rtO 1 t II() h
I Inehese 1 Is 7 1 7\: 75 '
!JC''t!! ___ 3 2 _.4 1_ :2,!." W- EYES

,: lAlC..I" lecenltpetllue.

t I \::. I ................ .......... ........ ...-........-.......-..-
e : ThHt'n what we want;; wide awake examlnaj P
For further Information .
add rees;._., .apply-fj t olBco or .5 j,Ucn of our gootli. They'll bear inepertlon children'sgame of
1 ,spectacleormfcroea! )pe.
;; C. L.'IIITTINOER, and shut
; & I used! to be "open your "
i and ice what I'll tend jou. WKj
your eyes
t. UutlncM Manager : : j say keep your eyes open and .
--- -- --'- ....... .M.- : c
)Kantlake Ilrcetra. iiiA..OWELI1
S' Our Regular Corre" OlIdehC'9.

A number of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Jowlyn's -
friends enjoyed a tiwie paper tea ,- 'U SELL YOU !
55 party UM TtUffiav. The house\ wa very

'?' elegantly decorate! ....................... ............... ................ ........... I It
Mills Crown, of Winter Park, arrived t j: At a Nice that lAkes! away the breath. That'i
to spend a few days In town. our (fume and we are playlnult\ \ for aU ill*
,, NotnegfthepeoplentEartlakeenjoyed ra I'' worth. t1<)Ult that bear examlnatlen ;price I
that tar comparison! ( bargains that can't bt
the immense of the .Kxpoiltion "
display' ,
_at Ocala! Thursday and' FrMay Arf VIN.Wednesday equalled. .anywhere. :....._.._........_. ..r ,

5- 7 Bout h'Lake Wflr Itemtl. i / D ROWELL'S. li l

r Our Regular Correspondence

Rev. Mr. Noble, of Oriole, preachedfor r
the Union Society l last Sabbath. 1 k
Mr. William Henry Harrison Potter, I" .
,.f of Boston, arrived at his rottaizH, The
S Saints' Up-sti"{ last week, and will upend D Tne Ocala CoIltpal\D\ ;
k the r<<.> of the season here.
Mr. A. II. Fisher has had a neat and .
r' oornraodioiw, stable built on his. place on
r I YCOlll'Oll lTEI)]
Bristol{\ street
M rt Henry McKee. of I/eeshnrjr, spent. t:
Jut Sunday with bin parents at thin .5. -)0-) (

n'' place.Recent. .
rivals at the' AmoskohepnIIoiiHe x CAPITAL STOCK $500,000.00
are : Mr' Roger.: Alhinton, New N
Bedford, Matw.; Mr. Chan 11. Bloom, .
Mrs. Bloom and Miss Ellie Bloom: of

tt Manchester, Conn mHI3 COMPANY is now prepared to sell Stork,
Mr. W. J, Foster hay sold five acres on / .J' ..J.or Iou 4iiKIO( feet from flit upward and located
Lake street to Victor Peterson, of Pull .q.S at the "Weft Knd"= Ocala. Parties purchatting t
One Share of Hook of One Hundred
':- mann, Ills., who. is having I part of the Dollars will be given ten rc/ntyuotu toll/lJz lOCI feet,
same cleared and will wet an acre in For further particulars call upon or address
urapes.{ The vines are tll be furnished. 1
nv 1r.Iluvletterof the ('plt'bratt'll11.: Goo. S. Mayo, Gen'l Mang./ '
llop+ Vineyard No. Marion:\ Block, OCALA, FLA. V

;" The tine gardens of our residents) t were
liberally drawn upon to furniah flowers
the past week for the 'SemhTrhpieaYEx' ImdwlSfebWEIHE
at Ocal! Among thufre contri .
Ming were Mrs.. B. 11. Ritker, Dr. 1), H.

r, ... <::1uwl.e.nd..l>r. N. IiJaunce."r. --LEAD9IN: EWatdl -- a4 ,
'W "f'ra'' parties! tendingmail from her
on January 12th were puzzled to account .
..1 h for Its not reaching It* destination, until t \ '
it was learned that the mail UK was \ Clock Jc\v\ lry
stolen at l'iilitka.. junction J it has s lu'e !1'' ,, ' 1. ;" : r" J ) 1 ; ,
been earned \tbft pftt, r'fthe, mall walt ; ... '
fc*M Land rv4Hf,.l M> Ht.t.' itliiitlrm with
tlie following) attached l :
'' \.tterr"flned part of the> uunteiits of a mall
Ft vouch stolen\ from railroad plutform near I'alat. -0-
t3.' r Va, Ha.,January 12, INMO! and was sent U this

L .. office disposition- 'In il* precut Il an.wutllatwl n. HAbt, t-on- ..... .... ..... .. Uepnlring a Specialty.LocATio .
!i'';;r'::. 4i&101\t... i ( f* 8iirrlnteB leut. A TOWN LOT .. I ,i A TOWN LOT

Mr. antlers Neck, of Hamate Place! yon : LOO K : FOB -0-

', Nursery, boat valuable borne t Sunday.A.posb j -( ON Wisfr SIDE: or S< U"'RK-
OJortein rqvvaled tow fact that'the I I
; $25.00. i $25.00. lbnaJobIi
, ammaVR ki'dneyH'were OI""'*. ..M.i ................................................ ... .M............... :..

A train of cars, I--'ft. with; fruit, mutts\ LAND TITLES 1I I
to New York ...... .. .. .
:/I' throngh from s''ttt Sacramento I Oli U to. gHfruit ::PI'f ls..ffl,; ) I.'' lt ; ( ?( >1'EN..1'OIt'flee ;i.. j '; KE Y' y'7ifoN'i ilil -": -1-I

in from Ita1a flbriiia.; taVff Yrei|cht 1 e 'oii7 the bo*' of -.--...............................: .....M..........:..!.....,M....._................ ................._! ...._........t...._...Jj PA .. .__.._--- -!-I- 1 t

oranges from Sicily! to New York, avers THE BEACON & ADAMS .
"r ages 26 cnU thebosj nhould, it l be more
than 35 cent from Florida This is a ABSTRACT COMPANY. ,
I question in which bur fruit n ro"H'r8 art lir>t in the 1 field I New Semi-Tropical addition to the City of Ocala. I Anderson's new addition --:- I -

t ". vitally interested. adjoins the Semi-Tropical\ Exposition grbUnda. Three hundred\ ti now offered at"$25 each, for thirty days .
only. The property' is elevated and overlooks tho city. South street is now being graded to the property. /$ 111EPLACE TO (JET THE FACTS t
(; MftK"< rmtitrfct, if
nett l Irocvry
The to buy yoMr griK-ene. Tho proved "dummy line," when completed, willl\lltl100 !per cent. to the value of every lot. Lots can be I =:.

the place 11. /.ACIIAHIAH, rropriftor. paid for on the installment plan, desired.. No commissions', no agents ; buy direct from owner. The editorof Omc
'' Sldeclm m the BANNER will select l Igts for non-residente. "Get in on tho ground Jloor." Plat can be seen at office of : : OCALA HOURS8aSm

ior Halo Cheap II. L. AiulerMjn, or address 11. L. Anderson, Lock Box 1115. Ocala, Fla. ]

S, One large, bay mule. Inqmre at this. ---- j E. B. RICHARDSON
WfrbSt 11(1.
,. Office. "'antNI. W. W. CONDON'S, THE OCALA HOUSE. -THE- ,

P Gentlemen and' wife wants" large comfortable Finest Livery In tli City
t room with 12 odl ourd in private New\\ Jewelry} Store.$ I I
inorelhftii two blouka from
f Ntft
[-. r family. .. .
.y jiWtoJlte./AotW", V 4 Shines replete with everything in LEADING MALES STABLE,

'". r 25feb3t, LIBERAL Han tier FAY Olluv, hit lie for Call yourself.Strings and examine The Reading. { Hotel of the City \":S1. J

\ It.VE .R3 GUIDE, for Musical Instruments a
t e -ANn----:
; Specialty.
''SY Schedule of the S. S. O. & O. R R. AU Work on repair, \ ol Clocks\ .ndl| Walche ,
;. from llom.r.a M........-......... $..' ... M. Rholnauor'a Old Stand. ESTIMATESrurnUhed
Ant '
> l.ea".1.at.Ant. fur buutiflloii' ...._.......... 'oJ.11: *r.. r M.. ,\"CSI.a1D o; Application_. \fOrncaRtatotsca

;L S ,.", 1.a Returnlul)tIJl. .Jor..UowtHoWo At_......-- 6.00 F. N.Fctt ---- t f
(old, F. R. a N. Line.)
.. .5R.: : : Orange and SuUa st.

schedule.. DRS.G.H.SJ.C. FERINE, Repainted I Inside and Out'IREFITTED OCALA .. Ft.ORJ.I
d..._.....194. P. r : .
NIKh htpssaengernort4towt. pwuoll\ .... .... ....2.1J. ".111. Resident Dentists. ; t LAn.8IS
LpareWtef .. .. ...............__I. P. II. MERCHANT NAr'IONALH1Nl: 1iCll.DlOCAU ... Awn
& ,
-- --
s .. NO 1,11 eorra ta ; ; FL'OttIt(7"-
fj.k.J, 1 Ueala....r.IDgeratMrytla .._...... 9.07 *. N. All branches ol dentistry 1 Teeth flllej and ,
; ; ... .. .. .. -....... .1l.10 r' M. pr Mrred. Kouurniwntsl with p-m-.Ula or gold THOROUGHLY WITH ELEQAMWRNITURE\ IS
It ,. ....._...._... 1.15 ". .. tell. Artirk-i) "", from I one cash to a full n-t. J-J-BHIIM -
"llb& .._ *\ r- r :-I\n'tiJ' fr.clagt' ,1.t\i..y1. atps..tgratel' price.rutTI ALL KINDS OF
B U ouih bound -- \ FURNITURE
8 I., Canon v nprth UiunJ---.-.......... *** P. M'S ; tr',rDf A srtttaLTYs __
I I-I i
t' JOHN 8. Funa, -
i I'p.Towujnckn: AIt Q'. Tan ;Ix"T& Ugptcrtr op t

4 .I. The F. 8, R. R. Time Table. Not that Kind, of 1'onlea. BEAUTIFUL! LAWNS AND CROJUEr y !'; gI RO J 1 35; ,JToc& .LSD tow: Patces.Tua'lrun! ; '
Mr. J. W.l't'Arl'uu le"ir"14tlaclftlhllcto 1m
'it ', IOVt1I.o> IC. taT8ott
1,' > r hi Oc&ta.-; ._; \JA P. r.t know that the, Texan tx>ni"'H he ha for .
V. p..entetatIl". N .. --..?.......- 6.1\\P.' : M. Rale are not\ the "bmknc". {' kind' that are ---I i -. P. OAIX.. P '. .
'Y'. yretgbt1.! N,' : :: =:?...-*.9filea 12.00 A. M.M. teen on the street of (kla! giving their "
f... miters the grand tlOlll'\'t'I\I't.\ innendini; PHUJC"' s p'rloGa"s.Rooma. .
E F JlOatH IOOJlD.a them throngh the 'air Ilk" a discharged) Foa TUMS ArpLY TO : : : : L.1.. THAYER, lAuoU. -

..' ..... ant" 10 Ocals..,._..- T.1& ..r.t. I rot'lf The kind he elli are an gentle ofIDA ADew 4llary's B1nt'k, OCALA.
I' .:* .npr. r:;,,. '.'.'' _.....-.tl.101', : ,.. aadovea, and ",'.rra,>''-1 Mound of limb OCALA, -. sop M Tw.atJ""n Tears a! Henry Iu T1ork\a
r .. .b1, 'nn"I I.. Z : ,,_",=. art .-'.;afi aud wind .vbl3 d>w ui G.anlm wj&D'1l.( f fF.r.

; .
1 4e

S ;


\t ,.
f ... : i is ,