The Ocala banner
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Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala daily banner
Daily banner
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Banner Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Ocala Marion County Fla
Creation Date: March 4, 1889
Publication Date: 1883-
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
daily (except sunday)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 17, no. 12 (Aug. 25, 1883)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for 1884 later called new ser. vol. 2.
General Note: Editors: T.W. Harris, F.E. Harris, C.L. Bittinger.
General Note: Description based on: New ser., vol. 2, no. 14 (Dec. 1, 1883).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002052272
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System ID: UF00048734:00155
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iii # OCALA, FLA. MONDAY, MARCH"4, 1 1889. "

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BUDGET OF HOME NEWS sLMI-TROPICAL A AllDS. -TIII: ocAiiA-- 1101'si: ON run:. CITCOt'X'I\:\ -- '".

-..---- The Gmllll i MilitalJ Ball Much Mmu"'t'-I.llIlt" Flu In t'. l\\g\ DIRECTORY.tl I :
lUch Fortnnntr
< _L. BITTINOER. City Editor < tutlltttthtl .XiiioittfdiieHtN. lone>
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Counties' anal the Lucky Indlvlel.
l'c>OI It" Untlwr RI Hie He'one of CITY OIl1'lCERS.M".I'I' .
Go to Sanders' and get a box of Went uals, Aho llefolce in the 1'emltn the 'l'muiiiiiht.Purr .
1'r 11es. I I'. OAr '
for A
cigars;: $1 nioti I'lunu--Capltal Prizes o'clock }'eMtrdamorning" night l'l.k-J'l.. ItMlUnk

The Palatka tire-company is expected The e>ciinini(>"ioneni representing Citrus AT THE EXPOSITION TUESDAY NIGHT. clerk, I laicmv Tniker, di"tiHcrc-d the (Man.hal-4'\ Ire'lor-.r'.K 1'.l Kailol l.a<,lm'n.

on tli noon train folk lake. l'a"'I). I ltillf loro, Sum. Ocala House on fire He gave thcalarm .bll.'r-II.! F:. VldverInamirtr ,

ter Leon Iee: (>> 'e'ola. Orange and Levy w hen' the gnefit tumble poll moll into -U. K, "11'1"-11.- > .
h ktlont of onncil Inn. f. l nnnItoareteif
r't} Dou't fail to attend tIle auction tf counties sclecteel the following gentlemento I ruLij HAND or MUSIC FROM H their ropes ele cute intci tllt'I'lrt.t.t, and Alltrintn-J F.boat: K. W. Agn W,

examine and make!\the wards : W D TO to I'. M. the Ocala [tire Ijiiddies re! |H.>ndnit: to J. T. 1.eneearrlain. .V. UoweH. K. I.I0.a,1i.Q.:

The county boards are in session' to )Morton Dunster, Maroon; county ; KxMavor the call, invaded tilt tihcn wh...re the elicit.Hmltli) II. VV e haii.tlr I I. Hnnvti an.l VV'. U amah .
.\bram Martin I>r.S. W. Moody, I .tire originated and extinguished the sanitary lin.i.tur--11. T King.

day.irtcen Mate T. P. Creighton, W. T King and JamesB IIAliCIliUIUU1: : 10 !'. M. TO A. M.COLBY'S Mine It tilled l the hou-H-! with xmoke, COUNTY Ol...11CLRS. '.

,I''. were representetlatthe! CarM-le Ocala : I1. J. Pearlier, Citru- --- but the damage was mostly by aster, .
Ocala !House (11\111) JII.IIlI'Hldlllr.1 "'I IIII.Ulr.
esterday. !
estimated ir orlX( >.
at $ '
county ; and their verdiatruuaasfollows; ) ('1'11111t'h'l'k I" .V. Mlllir .
:Mr E. II. Miller of Hagerstovvn Md Lake county 1*'stdi p1av of Citrus fruits. I FULL ORCHEOTA The indications are that kl'wtlitwas 'oh.ItK'\ : 'r t \William
; diploma and ilk; Major O P. Hooks of thrown around the Moor and that it was .(*+aawar-J. t', Mathfvea. a
J made this omce pleasant
a call this I t'oll'C'lol'11, ivartuiann. t'tire.'
lake (county best individual Citrus Jis- the work of an incendiary A narrow Treeeun'rR.. ,
5 morning., A grand military !bait will be given by I I'tie*
; Play, diploma and Ill)) ; Lee county, the Florida International and' lucky! cfcapeSpace Mu|wrlntcndeut: of Public lu-etrvieUein-M I* y.
Y" don't you call on "T" the jeweler. best tropical' fruit display, diploma and omi- forbids us to k o into particular l'eTue:: ; Himlinrton tTSt "
; '
Tuesday .
Tropical Exposition building on Lundy CnnimlxMomne Ii. VV IAIIIK. W. !
dSfebtd J2Kl( ) ; titru-* vomiytacstagricultural' di<* evening.. March 5th, under the auspices and with& cMher moat ter must ,await to Traniham. VI I. 1)). 1,11. r'. t 4. Itrrlu. VV 1'. Wit t'

The tact I.I\\I diploma and I:00 ; John Bradford, i morrow. liammm, q
only original way Honda of the Ocala Hide ; dancing to ht"tin"arJlh' 1tietuuuiylnminilaaiaueretaint (hofiat M')titlarliltvery +
of I Leon best individual agricultural
cracker, Captain Bill Kendrick, took his countv\ at ten o'elcx-k [Parses to this .\ TUIIILTi: TO 1IIY MKMOItY.KaMnatta month
t. ease }'esteniaj at the Montezuma display| diploma AT1.1 I Kx) >-the ball can only be had upon application to Kho.il ItetnlF'" (F: !i. Trtin''nii,
same Individual{ for best )bale of Honda nr' M 1, t H. Most, A. K e.rlAin i, : .l'r.i.'i.1 I 1 Uurl.'e'; .
the floor The
t Be sure and attend the Literary and hay, captured the Fred O B \\eihe $25 following commit reception tecs committee have bc'en appointed I .'I.A i March Mb, ls*'. schadliaacnlmat'tethat" 1 I MondayIncarry month.

f Musical entertainment tonight: at Snow- gold medal ; Citrus county., best!' !syrup' : Thy wintom are ,,'fr cud the fnwirt Uiat taste COUNTY HOARD OF HUAL1HIrmMelit .

den's Hall Admittance t only 25 tents. and sugar ehsplay clitlomaand. $25 ; Jno l I blot mr.I where then art K">r\><' will never fade. Ilr t T. I I'. dar)' "
__ RECEITION lOMMirrtb. Mrw. Nelly\ J. SHinrr( | allot abort and inu'x'
J, A. Frese, Pasco c-o.intv. best crtipancl $Ventary'sits| >. H KleluinlieonVltinlitra .. .
1ouM Illiuiw. I.A.'III" rent rtl bruary >: th. Hare
Dbn't fail to attend the auction tf best strawberries diploma and fit) I Major T n.) Lancaster, Secretary J. Ol.trke nit dual kklll and frti'n.t alum she MOD I lay her M. !M. eIarcr--1111,111.1'r. I H, H A.l. Irvln l'uUII.uth.III1.. Mleaaere. {
Honda Produce Manufacturing CUI\-I ( Ceirporal Benjamin Hhe'inauer, ooni|'awlon, Keutl nt' end I iitmillle I dtvetlun toCnxl

t Representatives nine States of this pain, Leeftlmrg, Lake county, canned Adjutant H \. Burlord' President Geo. an',t home kc 1:1 tlgl.) by her rone h until theangrle BOARD OK RADII:.
and i the 'I li en.ltrl. '.
w at w ni
rams < I'.MI'III'l .1 I "luinn
Union were (comfortably housed and i.roducth and i 2; I ,ikecouiitvlient 11', \\iisun Lieutenant P. E. \\illiaui8 r I
,. elipleima < > : : Mm I *>|>tnier eauie with her hunlMnl front \ It* 1'na.tdent I H \\tieiliem,
., sumpteousl fed at the Montezuma )'1'8- ualily of sugar. MO ; Lake county, and ergeant John MartinLieutenant !'helby tiiiiQtjr. Ala, ,1111111 a >'ear MO Their Sifrilar Win, fan.luacntOtaatcnaursA,1''man'
.. ] lives 1 had I darn unite't I two right and lovelychildren JrO JUticlnaner .
terday. best hone (10' B. Holland{ y ,
l i"pla\'of : i : : t
; eanertmMllt7EF! : ,
Their I cup| > norrow I is full' jctUyonltlulr Jno F.Ininn, J. II. ("llvhtnttoii. II JA.VVeathrne .
grand military ball will he given Polk Count) best dlsplav. satin feefdling ; H B. Mi Council, Mr. F D. nubl I 1 ot grief I ln baiikeUMi) :rriilini of litht.where VV'in. Put end I H. W. M>o.lyUUILDINO .
oranges, di|,loma ami $Jj). Marion countv mIetesari. of time Mill brlnu I no wreck, a
complimentary to the visiting militia on debarred from Other Miuon, Mr. Albert Hit.I.t'loieT. ('ant I K. wile and mother 1 lace iHwnltlimien I wrati'hliiKwatehlnK AND LOAN AbbOCIA-
:Tuesday night. Dancing will begin at ("}competition Davielxun: I c'a|,tain F. B. Lippitt and I tor the the I goldi n oar TION.
awards later ;:i1\:1\: : 1:1''i\: : \ :I;
ten o'clock. on. Sergeant J. s. tra/er, l I'I'I'aldent'-a'. II VVIlmrrMi i
---- -- -- that Merolellby' the Mat M UIteneallt .
Almobt a Mnriler.Ijist -- --- the sheds I of I Ihr tare that % atlberfrave 'e< I 1'.ht.1t1'1.. : 1.'I"\II'lt. ,.
Don't fail to attend the auction.. tf Have vou bought watch at the ant I Fox
a auction liiTlne vroi>bl|' nan nlh'h..1 t II>' the Key 'cemetery 'cnacurer.-trade; r
I Th'irfda night about -ix clock ',' i-I! what you hear from every sideon I lime c>'1'1 grew me Ut, a* Mitb an Im Itunnttt Mre-efir, J. 1 I-ancaMcr I IlIAC fiLe

:1. Miss< Mittie Brown in receiving a large as Mr. Charles )Maddox a highly re1..ctel4A'ili7.ell the .street. 11t"11ho have neverutrncd I*ra'lined:: lit. 'art' lit chlvaltl) | |llt Illui: cud :sluroe f : : ZuclmrlKaan,ihcim, I. !Hrvn.I K, VI A.. l-MielA Kurfonl K. IMouttit| II, 1'.
invoice of line millinery Her of the ho|>e that Maiiflven, tat llgld t that
t very of Belhvuw. was wending wateh fore-ire tilt roudI
Fj now :
i | from the enea, ulth' liIa loiuhlnif. mint elotjuvnt' OCALA RIFLES
grand opening{ will be duly announced Ins way to the f. K. eN depot| to I pO""HI. !iKtulatioim in selling i at an *['|i<.al, dewtlroj ann
in these columns take the (507: p in tiain he,me. as lie advance is all the rage. heart: fountain: and the t'<;holt-Mi:: Mean Ntwetah | I Hiitcnanl-K II. M.ronnrlliMeenl .
Sanders'store __ __ __ av en and earth wenuil but l a wets of light a* .
passed be'}'ond Whitlit't,1 I ,\. h 1.I"IIIf'II&IIt-I' r- Ulnlamna.Fany
earth Ma kl-w/ >d h'lheK"I.lt'lI alraal where the
The Templetons, Oral a's favorites some dastardly wretch struck him Program ul/ilie Military Com pet":i' one that t is klvenintc vvatiheie the ullrery H'. )' a* MeumleralFIRE

who finished their comic opera engagement on the back of the head with a live Drill, Tuesdays, 31 arch ft. It k,nakiuu the m}'eie Maraud I fur tokens of the COMPANY.

Saturday night left this morning and felled him to the platform When larade at II clock to the 1':11..i\lml.l'tollnd.: loved ones that heaven IrlnhtncM taiinot al.- I'hld-T. II, lane'ante'r.
norb The hexm, the moment that are) facet I ,that t'u"'m"n-tl1ul'k" KhelnaiirrHmt .
for Gainesville Frill t In the riixmltlonKroun
he recovered his sense to grope his! way eaiiiuvtr, net ncvir rtiurii toi.e l tountel aiiatnA annlntant- lAmia yolk
'1*. Iiren ra1o' at ; clock : : :: :
---- to the depot his valise filled with clothing | we llhttn to the noflrattnie from aagrliMange Hecon.l .Ialall'H. (J, Manhall "
dranel tall In the at 10 .
Don't fail to attend the auction. tfi ami live dollars' worth of orlock Military tuning: thorn- moment sql l hour tat' Joy ...1loe l He-eretary-J II, MalleiUTMcnt e
groceries : .
________ cemnte avain lu heaven 11. 8. ) live lueiul.en.
and his pocket book with *10 were pone: 1lglraanAY. March 6. .-. -

Baron M. Baer, capitalist, of Jacksonville Arriving at the de'Jlot| he went into the ';uar 1 mount at *:W: a. ID Don't fail tei attend the unction. tf HOOK AND LADDER COMPANY.Crtillent .

is in the city. As of yore, the distinguished freight shed to await the cowing of the Parade lo the inMltluu 'ruuncti at 11 u'rlu 'k. ------_ .- -- -Al'tarn I'aliiurttttt .
Bl\ron'al1ook la visable in Awarding ur |'rtitReview Hold .\ ultnUHoru 'man-VV Ilk' lit'ntiAmili ,
train, but he was BO overcome wit theblow lytheifcnernor.Uratiil >lant VV't'II* lianlanii.
his smiling countenance. that he remained there for twenty 1 memlaeraTULULA
"Kbam Ha t tie IIISTILlt.- March :l'I !,-1\1rll. wenty

Gold watches $10, $15, $20, $25 and up hours, until the arrival! ot tl.e "Cracksrlitrain The following) l'0Il11'allit'4) will be I\\aHhbiirn, \\'inch Mtwr, Ky.; 1' Niche LODGE, NO aa, I. 0, O. K.

to $100 including all the famous and celebrated next day ere he wot home lie is present : l It'r, Jf., Baltimore; l J-IIWatli:; l Carter, New [1JIer'te every lurwlay evening]

offered sale now laying at the point of death from Jacksonville t.tout |rtcntry, Metropolitan York; Thon H Ayer, IjikeUeir. E.. M v. II. t'tmllleN. IIVV .
makes are at the fleets of the blow and Dr) Knight, I Light lutantry. VV tlm h"til on Turner Albertusewt UUlllll'hltl M "hlllll", *Mrttiry.
public auction at Condon's jewelry store. said had the alucMilleeiuarU, r:. IK.t'adrteUalneavllle. I t. ; A. All vUltlnic breathentwrdieily time 1Ie,1. '
physician, '
Orlando Ciiiarl LntHH t'rMIjIl. Md.; t i ( Ihorne( ,
The city of Jacksonville! has pur- "cantlinfihurk\ Mr Maddox an inch Halifax Kitten flll'toll"lidl'tnw U'afdft; Emory 1 H. Miller, Ha wr"j; WinM OCALA CHAPTER NO. ij.R.JA.: M. /,.
z lower than it did, he would have been alh..ul Kltif, 1-ttMu'K Hlflm. M AiiftuMine O'ala haiur No 13, U. AM. Umvuuatloni
chased a lot of the Springfield' company We understand! Mr. Car- guardAgncultural'u.hii't'edtta I I-ake ('11 <'( orniK L; Florida; John N. J..l1kt'. drill Monday Algtimtlu every inontli
for t:2.500: upon which they will erect a man. Ilfa<):{tiarur* al iKala i Klft new' armory In luroiito ( 'Klla.lalrll.; J. N. I lake and I II VV IXINU/ It P. 'sl

t cremator, to cremate the city's garbageand micael thinks! it was a colored man who lary block! lmeiec'I'e.routo'attain! ; .\. L. I Liehelberhfrirer : i J. H. FMAZEII, KttretaryCHRISTIAN. ,
did the But how it be thatan .
filth. hhifrging can Curree'tIa m. <'it\ ; \V .1.I BI Kk' Savannah:: ; Ks .
assaulted man can lay ten1houtH Matxinnnl wife. .J al.k!II HI\'I II... L BHatrM I CHURCH.

,.' Don't fail to attend the auctiotf! in the depot| building and have no one to By Overnight '.if the i ruof render, the, Itamberx. S. f',; .J.I .J.I Imriminum) I The I'lxliU' hold Sun lay Hthool and amjal:
1- ._____ succor him?! \\'hat are the jiolite paid article tie. k time F.1 eevkoaeveryHumidayniurnlmigat .VKHLW''ahall. r;
nirntioitin: wr on I
lady\ Ijeke-: c'. B \\diner eitv. ; ( 'apt. U. clan irtaihniK at nluht. al regular hour, atiel
-1 )lr. Bedding's{ funeral which was to for any h"w ? It V N, on r' .hiiiait, 'J.rd! wan iiiiide to II K'i aleck, HIM Ma iraekir; ( '. I:. : immeliral.meeting every intiHtay| night' AU are '

't--: have taken plate yesterday afternoon at Kc) Neat" on Deck. read s. !r., O eV (j. whuli was a w'nous Morri, I'inmotlkte: .1.\. Btrnet, I'lula !, :
: ;::1 Grace Episcopal church was la| "tponed blunder PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.
eleliilnt' ; tannhU:I Ir. JaB. Clowhlcupi ,
the rain fall until \ train the Florida 'outhcrn --- --
H/1 of
; on account heavy sj-nnl on .
( U I | 1(1W. II. i.oTWAii' Pmtor.-
; m um me Tf 0.111,111"1"11.
flie ball tin 1 l.xie: ,
military\ HI >sition
I o'clock this Kaili iad brought this morning |
I \;') ,/ ten morning building tu-uuarn'w will hi the I'll; D \\'. J"lie-'*. \Vilket.barre: ; L. K. "hallath *ervlieiat II A M cud 7 r, M. Sunday
at alxiut 4 o'clock the Key Vest tire evening I )5 had al \kel: ) A M Wetnttitay! e-vtmliiK Wiurul
:' The South is every year shipping leas Company, numbering thirtv-eight men event of' the ",''a"on. l'<* \' no admit Breekemid' Mcr ab'n l < e-tin.; I D ( .1 l j.;JII, Hcalalier?. 1 he "uhlltoorlJl.lly liitrilwlKPIbCOPAL ,+

''r rl f v and 1 less of itt! cotton away to be manufactured accompanied b}' the Key: West colored tame without a pas from time reeep- Jeremy, \\ ilkc.l.irieI'.t: .: Sam'l' Kelley, CHURCH. ..

elsewhere. Thetextileindiistr\ { }' band twelve strong, which wrke man tion comiiuitei''. ['.\"-t''* tan l tae obtained Brookln, S. Y.; Kolilniftti, ('iiicinnati/ ,
. } .
" I'\.<, is moving South Where the cottonA from their morning slumbers by the delightful b)' protr| [persons upon application] to Ohio; .V. Hall eburg; I I. L I 1.8111'1.11. tern, c'. Ii\ MUNI. Krctor

, there it will be manufactured. music they discoursed the CIJUllllitt.t'M. J. .V. Cur Ne'woik. Cart ice "try "Sun.In y at ."loki:: I a. in' and 7p. +o
I grows, __ as they --_. -- ---- -- ---- m., ttan.lar.I time ""rcta fi,... Sun,lay ith'xl a
,, f i1( The MUDII rirw Compuiv offer a rolled' into the dejwit The olficers of Mr I C. M!. lM\idHon. ( 'i1lf' llllnli. Ohio. Don't fail to attend, the auction. IrH"u' al j I... in. 11. II. I liaiulwrlaiu. .MupfrlutvailciutMARION > '
I the tire run as follows! : chief -- r
: company -
best drilled
silver to the
handsome of the f'xte'I"i\'e otnnulasknm HMIM-
a cup
( "S| I
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B F. II. Brower : first assistant. Nathan hors nw''I'rouldc.'
? ; ; fire company The comj>etitioii will avidMonDouto' is in the rimy fn OPERA-HOUSE.
take place tn-morow, March 5. Kvery- Niles; second assistant! Alfred Gordon ; of the lien told aU\ Ih"1! I'rivv >*,tVR I'aS u"lllarh.tll? itenit d:e'

; body turn teat foreman, "He-M-xie1' No 1, H. O. rtilfortl ; lil4 urp llotiatt ose running into hole and 1'11dll l'slIlladl U.u e.In'trie' illumination' IUt ..... .. ............................ -...
foreman HIM,k and ladder (' No.i a it upateitim HMthe ,
oinpnuj long } want it to-morrow uigtmt. 1"1.011,1'1' A1'I1o TIHK-iIlA" .VI"WI,
the dastard who first started It onUN ...... .. ..... .
lohn Albrv foreman li er' hook
t. 'Dof t fail to attend the auction tf and 1 1. ladder ('om: |>an}'. deo. JlacDnmld: rain rmala" of defamationIr :\inoii.; (h-., iliHlinyiiMlied\ ------ -- -arrlvaU this .., : ':'.::::. :::":::::::::':::::*::::::::"i

Condon the jeweler, i in taking ala by The lire "lail lie '' art. a l lady of tire looking :J. A. ('arr, the afllc* rcpn-wnta Inorningfro,n h.'y Wt.trt.. lion l.i: MARCH. .5TH, OTH, AND 7THt L t '
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& storm with his. auction sales It ill not (men while the lUt'mIJCrlll.f the bandare tier of tits iibHtantialuiintiiN\ ) Hou Lieut < im't'III"rJillllC, Bethel: ; J. \VNawver 1
fs, for us to ..'uti tip the sale but will Fay all} nlll i'i"I''-. and rank in excellence the (leading clothier. merchantof IIANC I "iK MIL :'\1"1111.\- i t
O. Kaufman A Co., of New York ....... ............ i
m: that you will actually be surprised to seeIjT of skill in i r renting harmonv, rie'/Ii and and Cld8' o. nude tin a jluunnt visit the KI'YII; LV. Hunt and J. H. (jrt' .-

, th* qualities of goods sold iuspirilmgaM I tI'IIIJl'lot. )t.v all odds, 'II the thin. morning! and' rthat\ \ in all hut I ur>', of the' laIaml I K'itv' I.erneei/ur i Matins\ 1 : NELLI E YJ\.L'rJ JU j!

,.<\k fr: "W: !State. The BANNER: welcomes them tmeio in Honda he ha.I"t.c.u I m city, I factory. 1'heymire dining and wining at ... .............. .... I
The Bas FRent out Stturdav, 100 most cordially. as dues! all Ut'ala, and that can compare with Oh Hi etitu the Oeala Hiu--e Mr. Sawerhan lame the. .la' >'hliiK I'r<4<.".ii i-trtMi, .up'{+.rwJ t.r ;

.s., q{ 1 ,. pfd men copies to 1 inquiries for same, trusts their stay may be both j leasant pri-e. thrift and |ro/ntui HIM! hopes \ea- Ian.ted interei-iM in M:inon minty. ne.tr tier own itx'tally, Itdooiujuy' of +

I -' wanting, to know' all about Marion our and profitable. The "little "all}' K" latchstring will keel up the |-nit' : tu time end 1 Blue h|'rui/H, which ho will t"k111"I at .. .. ..... Mitrojlltaii. \ ... ..<..ouif. ...]..Un....*... ....... ...... i

ty. These |aj.err went into twenty hang Hut fr them, and their ._.? + t during\ hiHMijonrn 11111010" rte.

", Hates The Bunt {is doing good miss |presence in friendly calls is ele", ired At Mlu Nelll \\"alt<.r. 1".l.1, \ the.. la,wale Wi. light ,I GREETED WITH E
al, Verdi u'er.Ilna in l'r'iW'r'e. steelroue I Not tliut Kind fir re.nlea.Mr .
lonarjr work. this writing at OH a. m., tae, !band is sere: APPLAUS ;

.:-__ nadmz: the guefts and pre prie" or of the, ,1.! of an Inrliinatl entire umnfr. I ban' n rio*<1mu the theatertti linj "nuhi\ a i.oI al' I JV. rcarw 11".iu'CIlh. public .. ..... .... '................. .... .............

u b,t Don't fail to attend the auctiod tf Montezuma will her 'ftorih niece her a decal lul I awl tr ,<-i*l I know that the 'I'*>xa. (nirueii he has fur NKW! MiNtito.I> ......... ..... .._,,......Jraxw.dNf.W :

---- --- favorite, Fhel.aria.huaRlittle arlroa: lirliwtuHil : bile are nut the "buckle g" kind that are I !1 : ''t. t111.jC. :..::::::::::::::::::: Alwvrrl j i '

At 2 their p. m.,visiting the Ocala friends firemen from will Key escort Dr. C. C. HarrU.CITR. a a May life and luoriilUK q|.Iril an'll.r>he l t*AI a Lrlrht f'UIJIII".tlolJ atnl |.lea of. !n u>y irtli a. MI'n on the streets of ()(-ula, uniritheir S. WhCKKAMB. .... ... ................ .....................r.tlawrut.............. t I r

.\, FLA. March 1, IFS:*. anal I paths, of ralm and ntnrmi of trap and ri.lern\ the grand Itotnue. act, in cendin -. H'\ LAUC3iriiil: 1
West to the, exposition building to seethe la i liter, and .* H... Weaver tie I
IK *r ) w rj. them the
# C To the tilttor. of Manner: through air like M dlaehargerlnu \ :
Returning the \ti '
est. Cilium girl with .
Wed air
sights .hpwaaher
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ket The h"I tau Tusrley.veulmag' Merwi fah; i .
kind he 'IU area* geode 'iiuf i
.lmll terfstlnh it-wii lid wiiua I. ,
will show our laddie.8 how' to handle I have just read an article in the lies I > tsc) sal '
era natural end ale: !I.eti cotta of t'ateJlm.ai ual al.1U out 'I d\'t, and I warrantetlutjnd of limb ....... :! .: Liua, !:a,new DlwiiUrawly.. :..., i it
"I Olson I IVroto I :
and i
hoes and Jhro SER, 'a la"I ty Tie play, 'a rtu- ruM: artonl.; bee: : I
Maple l
and wind
statement! in regard to the matter that I noun fir lb! hamlet of bra lament an'l..|'i..-.nnga I rrl..13 dwtuOckUwuhu : I t C It I h ht!! :C It O H 8,1! '4'

: Mr. AN N. 1'.lrmlo-k. superintendent{ shall ptihlioh just as soon a'JI' Iran obtain sbe Airs to dlff' n nt r< and with sw' 'h sirs I! lIatt'" Illvrr Steamer. I C U I H HI! 'GHOSH,1!
( Buckt' exte"'i,tve saw mIlls, at KllavilTcame ( ill of athdav its from Cincinnati that w
a hl.h unbar ol rnii '. "*, Her aUIJII'1f' seaestetdladcl 1 II 1 art*' Oiklawaha "t'amer. leave I l'sAtka Cl1ISh f 3CItoHH, Ii i
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to town vaturday evening. their "..air Tale"! in a different ly ga.al cr,,11 r.. s I v..t ,
I.ut ) r"f 1".1 a 'tIP"

but Nf ,'eil on to I Ihinnellon, to visit hueharr light'! I 11 bile. .li.' e menn'y IiiuWaacr..lra.) ) ...1'111.1 I ( for daily tlie. OckUwaha I and Silver! i .C.....It.. ....I....S. ...tii.:.. ...-... .......C1LUHt......................ti..., ,
III 1"1'1. Iht' u uudeyat tell
'ixu 'laug'it! *'r Gracie, who u a student I will kelp them "sift the matter" to I play a rntueJ} rlariuge, UI'I'IL ((10)> iReplete i
end t.eple.esrgnor. fulof lu'l i:feju* aA' I odockp a. m-retunair.g. heave biUereiatly with mew kiltiatluuc-ranov djaedel'firs :
a; Iilenn-Mar I >' College, hut stands the lottrni ': Re.-pectfulty. clad lilhatf0 mea'l.ieal., U aboiiu Is IB aa aW.' 'e&lmaueatwrat.taelalt'ra fn/ al..l \jroteealae leoerc 'q11MmuwI.lkillIL.l.ultmlujlfxowtjof
with her aunt :Mrs. Albertus t wld.btae br1 hi : cztrptDLm'laycan, arrival ..
bunlav C C. new
Voght her at Uunnellon. J' JUnmMr and ,|*rki, nvan.l ring. flown tin lf'II"I"Y I II i I If train from Ocala, shut U. due Url: : a. ................i....;:...... ;.;....{.... ; I ,
; ; I time Mix. teata r. sell uj'|-'rt*<1 u..1, iliacacapc11y j m. U.1.. l IIemtr.wbfrbm I
J. R diltririKf' < Nauru: ilte, Tnni

Don't fail to attend the auction. tf I lout stnppmk at the \ llre"al I hrt..I.-I"I fam" I."re IUi thluuarlou'I'"' ..... ft) feature' U an of&IIIDIC1)4ai tar stnng a->!""- J. s. I-HAZLK, AIt'nt.H. "THE OTHER HALF.1
traveled' l the won.I AI'r. Keen a.1' t lie- ,lally lulerMlluK. ttie*.. the f'leidlli I 1n: ,SCi t; tit The Ol'&la l'imn + t
t Albertus V trt the irrefutable. of great expositions, wan reluctant I pro i*) and the .IJJ.cIII'b &dil,a of b-ri Call and examine their thus Stock !i : aUon;:vie! at:Cnala I : hopes i }:!E Mau.|.= i]i
Mlm Nellie butted ty the very atronr .111""'" .... .. ...... .. .... .... ,...
Dunnellon, accompanied by Mr Mow nUN on to fro to t.iition building she receives will iuak. her a favorit wbervrei anal I yet pxxl work at reasonable t.rlcen" ,_..li .
trucker and returned/ abe -(IenAnfSea..
Turner the rising! young P'aturclayan.1 saying: it WM SPtUS d3ldecim:

rancher of that tine stock (country, mad* the grandest display ever seen by bun This talented and ouiplmhed artist ------ )Iagnu1)m ){ r ;r--;

iheBafcHM a pleasant (-silylBsxx&, and all for 25 cent lie will delay him with her operbdranjatir c'Owlt&ny| will The lUct: (}rOt rr. Magnolia street, it Time fine t anal tent rarlf tjr of orange

and subscribed for the 1 return borne until Thursday to txamin hoU the ) ra IIouMboanla for : the place to buy ronr icrooriec I. trees r for the least money, to he had of

JD the utoinr: they took In Temple, it thoroughly then (8 home and tell hit the nights of Marcrf), 0, and 7. Chanen II. ., Proprietor. I. J, W.'A F. ). Wirrx.

ton' opera play a Olivette. friend U) com* t of bill'* night/! d'ldeclra .$ftbtd. Ikllerlew, Fla

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t.. V THE OCIM l DAILY ILl A Eft.V placedluetn t I in hie i hand! Governor ., mingled with, or rather consUtinc altogether i I rc

-- ,- .-- Jackson !Mien' ord rel i the arrest of Sr.n of the mod-xtrava>r nt I'rltl"e| otMm
=- =-::.::::.-=::::- ;: -= I \ Hotel
> OCALA Ra, and the seizure of the japer and "elf, and tie roost imye curd/ unmtriteiloiurof La1w Sile SSo.
FLA._ MA.ItCH 4, 1SS9.P. 'onsa was taken into clt'tribut,? the i il i / f'ol'inelC.allavaB"! oi myIf for l {
-- -- -- l 11I\lrers had been. removed tutu the | doing my duty in attemi'iinu. '" set lmn RfiBinaneI's c

S'V E. HARRIS, Editor. hr n e of bon"" to the house\ of Colonel at liberty." -Letter from t'r<>iniM>tn! to

Callava and ,then deliveiitl 1 to oneFill- i j 1. Secretary of State \
larat, the major domo, by the assent of I I I Jurist rruinentiri evidently did not

('0111\\." ('lll'h'U' the statement I H>o- fully uiiilerotatxl/ .. the extent of the judicial I Lake Weir Fla. j

mingo SotiM, on lieing brought before powers and jurisdiction of General ,
Governor! Jackson. If Colonel) ('Allavaand i Jackson, for he exclaims in one of his

Sonsu suppijsed that by so sliglit I many letters on the tIlt subject : "lie Ocala
and trilling; a mninvuvre ns. this!'!, theycould j contends for unlimited (I'o"e(. dIe Is Special Sale Sixteen" miles south of ; on

,y f. a\oid turning over these. l'allt'r8> | to a Cajitain-Ueneral' ; he i is an Intendent ; high hint! overlooking the wholeof
I he is Governor he i i-II Judge -' De 1utiful Lake Weir."
the officers of the I'tiited States' : a ; Supreme ; <
the reckoned without their host! he is a Chancellor ; he i is a-what is he

1 4 anlr( were sadly mistaken in the. character not V What he may claim a riaht to do
.3 ems.fi of the man they had, to Meal' with. nobody knows: noGodycan tell. * -QPDRES& -- HCKS MEETS ALL TRAINS

Andrew Jal'kson'c/ blood was up and on ,.: The-first! (time the authority ot General .

D. the fvvnt] of'Ii>ming'i Smu; that the ''I Jackson is contested, I should not be Fine Boating, Sailing, Gunningand
t iy I pal{ ens had been transferred' l to the teal 1 surprised if to aJl the |*>niK>iM: titles! by
; -- ----- Fishing '
deuce of(Vdoiifel Callava, he i immediately him enumerated, he should cuiieraild >

CI!ANn.. 01<' ),'(,AOS IN FI.OUIDA.Blllltnry i sued an order for the arrest of Ful- that of parnd inquisitor, and if, tindirg Terms $2:50: per day, Reasonable
larat and Colonel) Callava. if when called j in my library tuany books formerly prohihite & GOODS ,

CJovorn ni en t--Andrew on for said papers, they should refuse to ] <4 in Spain, and among others, the Rates by Week or Mon.rt.v

Jnckaori, (}oycrnnl': lathers Monroe deliver them, ordered twenty soldiers constitution, of the United States, he .
V 1'resltleiil. properly officered with twelve rounds of should send me to thet>taku."-Letter to Address' \, ...

amunition to enforce this order. On. retching Secretary: Adams, Aug. 26. 1 121.: Cnjtt. W. Jl. laylor,
The following in.
paper, giving some to the house of Colonel Callavalie Judge Fromentin was dh
J terivting irctdrnteigtheearly history of was found on the porch. in company' I ling signed a paper| stating "that he
Florida, called forth by the address of with a number of Spanish otliccrs\ clothed granted the writ of lutittit corpus without Ladles' Fine Broadcloth, '20M and !3 per day

Chief Justice Kaney, was read before the with their side arms; he pre-eniptorily : the allidavit of any ;; TMJI, and that: no Open All. Year.
refused at first to deliver the papers' required I affidavit was made before him. and teat.
State Bar Association at the banquet but finally agrevd.! to deliver{ themif it wa granted ui><)!i the, \1 h.,1 acplica 50 and 45 inches wide,

r.... given in their honor at the Ocla House a furnished with 1tOP)' of the memorandum : tion of a number ir person," one of S. R'; BIRDSEY & CO.

k en the 22nd of February, 1 by Hon. H. E. showing, I : the .documents wanted. whom was Iiteuaritvtlr, |ier.i who Mo) ,

. ; Miller, of the Ocala' bar' : He was furnished with this", and again : long withheld th" ;documenls I fio-r' the 80c. 90c. and $1 :
waited on for the deuments when I he Vidal hens und General: Jackson! and 1 1I -0Wholesale-
I On the change of flags, congress did again refused their delivery, whereujun I i I several other witiir,. ,* assert t thai t the

t not at once provide for a territorial got he was arrested and tRkl'Ullh his Judge andean: ample apoluyyfor" ; Hiuiijg Worth from 81.73 to 82.25 & Retail 11 11I i

i,. trnment, but on March 3, 1821, passed Major I)omo Fnllarat before GovernorJackson. | :the writ, which/ statement t.t. Judge I
.q an act that until the end of the t1""tllf'.ionof I emphatically denied. -DEALERdIN-- :

the next congress, unless provision be On being lm>iiiht: !. U-fore' (the, GovernorCallava This! was the end of I the matter except
fir- sooner made for the temiorarv governs protected, n..iinst (the. power of that the, "Spanish minuter complained to
V, 1 I
I anent of east ami. west norl.b,1\1I the ALL WOOL HanhvaredfiraccrifisOCALA
the Governor to tall' HH| >n him for the the. "government: General! JacKwon! and I l
. military, civil, and judicial ;jxixvers. exercised I ,.
papers claimed! \ exemption; from anl',1Ru.I Colonel ('alla1mad a :MA'.ement to his
I : by the officers of the existing'\ government refusevl",, to answer!' interrogationsproMiinded ( I government ,dative to the arrest and COLORED HENRIETTA
of the shall.. be vested in
or fame
| to him, on the ground that he detention' of ms |l..r>on, und the fotcibleI -
such person or IHTSOMB as the 1'resident was a commisMonei of Spain' for the delivery I seizure and abduction ot his papers, all
oint. 1 acts IH21 Ann I I I |h FLOIUDA
. may ap|> : stieetpapers I of West Floiida! enl protected, bv I i of which probably, resulted: in a diplomatic 4O inches with, 3m :ti. I '
vol. 21 815.
} i I'*g. '
I the law of nations Governor Jackson exchange of notes and oblivion
i., Tho l'r"lIidl'ntIlt1lh'r thial.t, apK>inttd claimed under his iiitnmissiun. to heading !i (Genera i ) Jackson compelled Inerarity 1 by
General Jackson, ( of
Jovernor l'itamI in a judicial capacity in the same decrerufiiimuch, whether Chancellor,

west' Florida"all the and commissioned and Authorities him manner HS the ('utl.tain| -lieueral or Ins I'aptain-lieneral, Inteadant, Supreme I 55c.Worth Palace Bruit) Store !
to exercise .powers
: heretofore exercised the Governor tt'tllli\l1t, of Cuba might act, and committed Jule l; or Brand Inquisitor: we ale' not I
, by }iK'ii Jose! allays, his steward {informed' to "pay the amount of iiis indebtedness :
and General, alt Intendantof i
R Oaptaln\ Fill In rat and Ilomingo ::0-011'1:1.: to the to the heirs of Vidal, and e
of Cuba the Governors of east. andwest *
& by common jail or calaboose, of the town Fiomeiiiin. continued for uoixe months Sl.OO. ---0--
."lorlla.-2. Am street vol.21.nr.RlS. .
;' iuII'ers I | and on the following\ day had,l the houseof I to write letters' to the Secretary: of !State I
:, 'alla'I1''ar'I".1 under and the the word"tyrant"and
( n warrantIssued newspapers using)
l From this commiwion collect the
Wt' by him (Jackson) and the paps'rsseized : |' "despot" as equivalent to WHOLESALERetail
,.1 fact that it the will and) intention of aAND
was j I and i e>tored to the public aichives. I the! word Jackson, describbing his I "liil- !
President to invest Governor Jackson

t' I After finding') the topers! Jo\ernor; lintfs: ;>:ate abuse" and complaining that
in accordancewith all\ I the acts of
i Jackson had written, but not yet Issued 1111 the play bills since the taking of -
the" civil, and Inducements in
congress( powers military Special
i an order for the release of the three iVnsucola are /headed Jacksonville Com I
exercised the officers/ \ of the
judicial} by
: I
tl Ann street prisoners, when the otlicers of the day flu In wt'alth. Drugs !
< Spanish "ov'rnment.-3. paspers having tin custody of the prisioners", was [ Transfer of Records at St. Augustine.]

vol. 21. nerved with a writof hal,,'cn wrjmt lor the Nearly the same trouble was exjrienced *'- Our and
the 27th of June 1821 KllginFromentin Clothing
( On day -0-
of New Orleans lady of JOt was
KWJ. the Judge of the I'nited States of records ALL
couit. (lags to prevent the pertaining KIXD3 OF-
ummiasioiUHl Judge of the United States
e t for West Florida, and that part of Kast, To fay that Govornor or Judge! Jackson to private property from being destroyed,
r V for ho claimed throughout: these rl'r"illl'clly inexorsiale parties, or takento OILS, HTATIOXI3IIY
which lies westward the TOILETAND
Florida ,
F cape proceedings! to be acting in judicial capacity J Havana.I --Vol 21, Ann street papers, Department .
none of tho laws of the" !States! at *
t. p+ Florida was angry, is not to express it- 873, "to Seq. -
extended under the
that time to .
lie directed. ( that the Judge be informed a
d ;x 'act of Congress, except: the revenue lava that the prisioners \\l're'in custody and FANCY ARTICLESIn
tad an net prohibiting the importation.
should be detained in custody and
ef of color, [see letter, Judge as II. p EAGLETON.
' # Fromentin persons to Secretary of State, vol. 21, the (tug of war comes when Greek mcetnGrwek Complete Stock !I0

Ann street papers ant Secretary of Stateflo HO now came the tug of war when ...... .I>ealer In...._ 0. lllieinaiier: & IkSHAKESPEARE' ,
J Jackson felt that his authority a* Judgewas (
3 Judge Frometin, jv- ***&] and consequently --
held in
pct contempt"' by Judge
the of the" court and
jurisdiction over
Fromentin, that he had actually rebelled We handle, none lout
V,, S which Ju ''ge Frometin was apx| >inted to against it by is-mitnj: a Aril of -1-1.Jmpro"l'd prDJi J lieauartcn' for Walt Paper and al'lten ot ?cam,
revidt, extended. i only I to these two ttult-
ha>,f<\ ivr/m. Judge Jackson was: not
j !ecta.y to outdone however.aud if the TuttedStates ....:... ant l'nlmpro""d...._ WIIIGIIT .t PRAZEn,
the of it
after exchange flags,
Shortly '
courts hud writs, the courts of the : : : t
the attention of Govern
brbught to LANDS. GROVES.
WM i Captain' til'llt'rllllUIII inter last, also hail --i i I i...._...... slams
p or Jackson that a number of .pajn-rs and writs, and moreover soldiers and full -1-I M......'.'.'....... B'I ...............
documents'! relating( to estates in 1'ensa- ;
raitridtftt to enfmv them and his
and suits Instituted there hl\lll1l1t excellency .... .
cola to issued the following i further 1,'.an PARK KIOIUOA. Millinery !
turned the American Millinery !
i been with over the to other documents government and order, namely : fldwlmmilOS. l

archive" relating to private property\ and Ellgiiu amar before Kromnitlii we to Esq show i-aiine will forthwith why ho hasaiiein t t.e ..............................N..M...........N....................... ..... ................................................ .
t but that many of such documents were'! ; I'. O.'Rot.
J iod to interfere with D I Our
|> my authority a* Uovernoruf i I IIIAS Milliner i Is at home
In the possession of one )Domingo, Sonsa. the Florida exercising the|toe or s of the 1 ....... ..TI1UiY.S.1It- j j"TbN ........J again. ;
A nuniuer of these paj>rrs. related to the (CaMaln-Uencral and liitendatitof the stand of ....... : : : : : : :. : : : ......... ..
of Nicolus Mariti Vidal who died Cuba over the ash I province*, suit of the Uoveruor rHTSICUX: AND H'RJEON. U a Tide In the affair of men which JUST FROM THE :
.e estate orsrld, province, remioctlvely. In my judicialrapacltv taken at lit ebb lead on to fortune" NORTHan -
about 1800, possessed of a large r"llland'Il' aa Supreme! Judge over tin rouse, and anrhancellor Rooms, Agnew A Uary'i Block OCALTw \. ..... .. ............'j W1th ;
in thereof, having committed ANINIItt'131'OCR/'ItAN"E: ) \\ ) / i ; : a Full .
Ou.1 Louisiana and certain 1
>> estate InJIvMualrbarKinl with romtilnatlontoiecrete nty.wven year"i eiperlenr In Florida (RAKPI1 AT use.:. I ...................................<...Complete............. Stock ofTINE'
.... ....
". Dtaeawa. ......... ............
Florida. suit "arr.onl of thelrrritorlomtNltM tothe I'nitcHl! d.) auSm waalO| ,!"7'lyARGEST ANUTIIEFURTI'NE: Js"Ol'R ..........................................
Ills will, the inventories of his real states, the fTl>li'iico uf ln I. and pentonal estate, and all the 'paper. ty within the aald terdtorics, which has Ices noourril ... .. .. I1ILLIN1.1I1r\ t
in each Individual uuderthe TllEQoala : .
Mt-ond articleurine .
!elating thereunto, were for severalyears I late treaty with paln. and In oi>cu ron ::.::::::E Fierything! e,.. .
witting from the JlubliI1I&r1'hi\'l1tt ot Pens tempt ot the ordrni and deer e" made by tue l li :::: :::::::: :: : 1'jQGOODS
rib MI col a. After mime tune, the daughters the Mid lillguuFnweutlnkatbesand i } ItgN. i ()-

\ of Vidal, free quadroon! women living inPensarola appear In IViikaoola lieforv to we make at ny known oCU'e at he tire above o'clock cause p. ., Jews Depot I . ............... .............01ARAXTEED.o-o............... .. '
r disco\ensl that one John In and to abide tiy and |>rtorm inch order and deorve .. .. :..

9 rarity of IVnsacola, who wa largely ins make aa the ot uoJenlKiird and: f :iicernliiK may the of tame right ilwai Given properto .: .......... ................. .......:. .I...i........ .................... :: ElloodE&Nash:: :: Y

documents dcbteil to the in estate his poase, had sion.the 'pai 1 Aftwr'>ers and resealed gust der my, 1921 hmid Teiiiarola.AauaawJ. this ;-J.caaon: rd :day of Au uu I -0- i! MB.SOUTHERN.FOX HAS JUST MARKKTK.STARTED AND FOR WILL THE: 1; .lelford'... .......................................................... .. i

bolicitntions\ to thoS i anish| )prow (tory of tbeKlorldai. I I .. .........BUY. ...:A...:"WHAmXU": .: ..BIO. ............ Old 8taod. Public 8quare,.. 1Rt, !-J.;!
[The altOn U (runs Ann street > volt ::'I,
i apen
a rnora asking I by for Meniilr the restoration and I Curoline of said Vidal, I'll. "1111 i STOCK j =STOCK OF GOODS :::=.:...:..:.-..:.-.:-.-----.-.-----.- )l1' I

Ineraritv waa dirretnl to restore""Itpl'f.I. Tht'rttU no resistingan: invitation of ..... .... ... . ... ........ ':

s Topers, If in his p owes 04\C1I1. an i he finally this kind, especially when given by Andrew -ANDLowest -- i:. ......................AND..:.....WE......Ml'...-.MM..M.T HAVE .. :;. I ;;; ;THE RED U CTI 0 .i : ,

delivered them the Alcalde, in IVnsa Jackson, and Judge Fromentin ................... ......... :.. .
cola, and retained. for some reason in Luispoasefeuion made !hilt &l'pl'\ranl'\', and fays Andrew Prices 1 1Ot'anr JVOOMTOPUTTHEM.; ;; .I .M. .----.M....-.......... .-..................................... ::::::1 ,'..t
Jack "II, "the lecture I the . 'r
by Domingo Sonsa,under the nave Judge ... .. .. .
Balers of Colonel .Calla n or through his when he rame before me will I trust, for Store in Southern Florida.o j A CIUSCII: TO snow TIIY. I. !j !! OF;; i. ,
assistance.i the future, cause, him to obey t.'ie! spiritof : rp i : STOCK

After General' Jackson was appointed hU cummiafion, and in (the. execution .1 IME TO SELL THEM, :I .-...-............................:.........................
of the laws and administration I. norm ISRAEL: OCALA VIA 1
Governor, Merged** Vidal demanded the of theguveruutent : : QmJEMOSI\'TOI'A\'FORTIlUI.........................!.:...... !; .J
instead of i. .. ................... ................. DllaatiS GOODS
of Col. Callava, who refused to attempting to op- 3m 31.88IF i M'
papers ... .
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")$* me under Spanish inthuenctletter .." .... t ; '
that he 1 :
give them op, stating was { 80 I If you want anything la the way: of"DRESri I .L.r'D : .
When to Secretary St. XXI Ann .. ... COST
to take them to Havana. -

complaint obliged was made to General Jackson street papers, pj;. Vl. YOU WANT GOODS IN THE- :::... :::::::::::...::::-: ::':0..-:::"""::::::::.::::::::. :: 1! ---.M-.M..M I __............__........__... I

:; the American Alcalde, of Tentucola, The lecture lelivere l by the Governoron 1 + GOODS BLANKET { '-N'I0 1 1I .

that the e and other paj>er8 and documents this occasion in his usual mild way" CUMK*, HATS, 8HOE3 AND I.. i 0----. 1

were withheld by Sonsa, General as Fromentin( terms it, was proltably satisfactorily j :::::::::::::::zCTOTHTNG:::.N::::::.:::::.::::: :=::::::::::::::::::: I I
Jackson immediately appointed George to himself as well as aufticient -Drug Line- __1.'N 1 't

Walton, secretary of went Florida 11. M. to cause Judge Fromentin in the futureto ,

firackenridge, Alcalde of IVnaacqln, and look well to the spirit of his com 4 I i ...-.--..-...- ....'........":":" .-..._ ---T Ti .Lij'j: ---.

John Miller, clerk of the court of K:'- ml"" lou." for say the {trembling Judge. I -()- : ---.. _. .._.__............. .........._

cambia county to demand of N>nllli. all "the couversation was nearly all on one '1- i"Wiu-1 -M'''_..._.._.. ...___
*> inch documents that were in hUpo&wtiS' I aide, not unmixed with threats of what j i
Pt ion,and in case he refused to deliverposaetticm he had a right to do for my having daredto TOCFIND: THEM I i. i .._I y
the fact in writing. I interfere with, ItU * .1
r to report authority. 1 :=:: VERY LOW PRICES.".:..".
:', On ft demand being made, SonIA ackBfiwed2 Much wore waiBaid" b)' the General) respecting ""-IS AT- I' ".r.................. i i iI' 1-:1
z, d the possVasion of the docu th, extent of liis power, the : .j,:

menU and the papers of the Vidal ea- happy selection nude of him by the DR. -DELOUEST AkoCND. 's I i ii ,
others relating to private President tbe hope that living
i Ute and many no man j"M'-1iiiSBEL'f-1 I
:: property were eeen by the committee should ever la future be clothed "'itbaucb i BENJAMIN j&IFJ5X= t !

And So BOOM'S bpuse, reused to deliver extraordinary authority, how fortunate -(W0T Sipe CwvaatOCAi. )- -......-.-.-.. L-.. ........__._. -
the papers' without an order from Callas it WM for the poor, that a man of ;: '''-..-.-.--.. .
(the late gorernor) declaring that he bU feeling had been placed at the beadof .& a I t I .EI FLORIP4, I[ T7-T :
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tassel ia. H and who bad the government, etc., the .. '.{ Jl.ull = = r : 1''LGBIDA' ,
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i .Semi-Tropical Exposition !

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This Exposition, incorporated under the laws n the State of Florida opened! at- '

OCALA,. MARION COin ,, FLORIDA JANUARY fflt ; '1889. '

1 1 CLOSE MAY FIRST '1889. :

This will be an Exposition: of 1'omologieal.: Hoitic-ultnral and Agricultural products of Florida and her soils' timbers, woods, minerals and live stock, and in addition :article;
and products: of general interest from all :States: and countries. Entry is open to the world for the display of its product No charge for entries nor : space: for. the product or .
manufactures:! of Florid.u; JL. '
The United<<1 1tat: (' Experimental :Station for improvement and development of products: indigenous: to this M-ction has l"'I'n I located contt'guouy( to our exposition{ : ground :
g_"'\\\ invite exhibit of all descriptionparticularly: : those pertaining to the arts mechanics and agriculture, guaranteeing uniform courtesy: to all exhibitors.: .

: ": CASH PREMIUM LIST, $3,500. tr ,


W. WILSON', President. 'r.1I. FOX. First \riee-I'resident. DK. II. KNIGHT\ Second Vlce-J'rehident" ,
C. W. CAMPBELL, SK., General Manager. G. S. MAYO, 'Treasurer. 1 J. O. CLARKE, SecreUiry. u
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aw Fits!t 1$!a1ioaI!!, Bank Merchants'' National Haul{ Anti --TIII'Monopoly-)o IJl'lig) r.

Ocala, Fltlrila.o1 =
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. : .4 SUCCESSORS TO THE HANK OF OCA LA. No Second Place :b kCO11PiIf'NESS .' t

Paid Up Capital, Authorized Capital, CAPITAL STOCK SAO.OOO.OO( -IN- j r

$50,000. ?t tpt'ssu $150,000. .
... "',11,(.ul''I1..r... ---- Quality of Goods and Low }Jrloe / :
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A. McINTY'RE CAorrr: : : n. ; note ritnllulitd in our new and rltgnitt Hank building> ve are]>rri fart ion to all. 3m II-*!

:::1 SURPLUS $7OOO.OOn General Uardit.y butinnt traiMuttd. Exchange bought, ando.d. s 0 r

-A COMl'l.KTK; : LINE-
of the finest and tnjst equipl't'l< | i banking: Ijounen in the !State owned by the : i1
have 811t"'Iai facilities for making:. Collections! on all awewsible p jintM. -OrHA -
bank"e and favor to our nihtomein consistent with Plateoankln
extewl every courtesy NO. F. DUNN,
will '
ire K. P. DIS M tUlo-'i.:
all: business entmsted to
and careful attention to as
V shall give prompt
We.o' .t your BANK ACCOUNT and all business In our line and HARVEY KSIUIIT)1.[ ASDKIWO.V, ,.
I guarantee entire satisfaction J.Co FERINE:, I. M. TIIAYEK; t., .i
It.: B. MtCONNELI.: 1

Importer!*; & Trader oust CORRESPONDENTS National Hank: New York, ;1'. Y.; Sasll i,IJOOI'8' lill s sAT i
hem Bank of Georgia Savannah.
i7 Special Correspondents in all important cities in.the West.d -.
XtttioMl Park hank: ot AV! York.: J/armr Aowrwfont of BfUtrm. 1
AcUionaZ Bank: of fvivannnh Oeor,irt. A. E.
oNlPer LwitriUt Ranking Company, 1/juuniUt, Ky I DELOUST.


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,*-" fa every room. Hoi **l tall brtb. COIV KMI Kxmplt roomt for Cm..

a..AO j .merc'a t Iro fft. 03 roonu. NN irvrt Mew aiJ Mtf fttmiture. -iiiiii-.......tiji"Tif-.....-:..,..;.9AItLr......... ..TROY...'....'N'ORY.. ..-hLi6U, ..:..........g'ao............T...Lf'iiiWi"i.....'/:....--...-UL--BrJt*..MJ.'i..-ig&..... Musical Instruments I
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: ...'"..,A Dnum.Subscription. Rates.. .e .. i Is not'a'polite: 'expression i ; but It RI x Months M 22V.I 00.!" 1 for those who blow about prices :---1 .
with the prices
Three Months of' 4 begin to cr mpare

t __ 0 j I 1 ing......_.Just.......come"'.... ..and....00.get... .our......figure...M.."... ..........- I
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:.' '"1'1)''''.'''':' como from the Indiana.To S 4

"mgg at whlrt" means to renlg. that UBaion : CJt

t tot deny. YOUR
; ? The word boa come from the low Dutch
""p and
? a means master :

, : .if' Kidnap comee from for napping. : or stealing ., -,' EYES
, t of a kid, for child. > .
gypsy ij, -
' st ca1 boo e. a prlaoni picaroon A pirate; I That'' :; what; 'we'want', ;;'wide awake examination I

4 palaver to talk are all BpanUh. k \ : of our (roods.. They'll bear inspection of? I
I. : "A rum chap" b almply gypsy{ lad; t It has .. ,' I :I eyes speetacletformicroscope. Tbl children's
.. :I game tied to be "open your mouth and hut
. ao relation to the of the lUll "
> i your eyes and see what I'll send you. H E I

';' able"Dude derivation.,"meaning a dandy has no spprecl- :i ay.......keep..."'...your...... "eyes...""open....._and..'''_......_...._M._ I f
; Topsy. It growt'd. r
\\a. Pal U a brother and "conk" for nose, SEE WHAT.. ROWELL
T1I' cornea from the spouting fountain, tho conch A
of the Romans. ,

r: Demijohn comes from tho Arabia damaghan. f ''LL SELL YOU 1 1j IAt rt )
'. Itself taken from the Ferian glass making (

oil: ,r town of Dcmaghan. ..............,......" ......" ....., .....".. ....................
The comm'on slang' word "raafch" \a from j a price that takes away the breath. That's
a beautiful gypsy sword, "mafada which ]t i our fame: and we are playing It for all ltd
wonh. Ooods that l>car examination pricesthat
"to charm the
means by
eyes. I
i bear comparison bargalni that can't be "
: Why should a man ho called a Why t equalled any w here,at ;
t... ; poony when he Is making loves'spoon Simply lie- I 1. .. |...._....._.........._._ E '

t;. cause he is a "lorfTcl" which also mains ROWELL'S. "

J I.' a rpoon. i t
The Rood; dictionary word "vamp" was at s I, .
..' ,. first n slang word, being rubbing up of old -- --
&r hats and khooa. Now, from being a cobbler's ,
r word it has "como a classic, and we talk of
revamping tho language. a

\r. A tinker's dam has nothing to do with Ine Ocala COlItpaIUJ
t;, swearing. It is merely the dam or stoppage,
.. t made of flour and water, with which tbe
tinker stops the gap bo is mending/: until the
/ t
x tin or the pewter he is using\ has coolod. ]

'Man1 ptoploBoucbblately for tho familiar .
.. "Froiue from Sir Hubert," and I could not find -)0-) (
t ., it Tho true phrase U "Approbation from
Sir Hubert Stanley Is praise, ludewT.;" the CAPITAL STOCK $500,000.00 1
t, line coming(from "A Cure fortlio lluortacho"
+ the well known old play. /

Gen. Butler Is to l>o accredlUxl with the .
b discovery that "contra baud of war" appliedto mills COMPANY is now prepared to sell Stork
$ therefore he _L or lots 4nxu feet from and lo.
nigger a
runaway gave
.S' rated
at the "West End" Ocala. Parties PON
new word to the language. The Dftiityofthe ,- chasing One Share of Stock: of One Hundred
' '+ occasion produced tho word, and a con. Dollars vUl be gwen ten contiguous tots UtolOO fed
traband is a synonym for a colored 1 man at For further particulars call upon or address ;

Washington to this day. Q S Geo. S. Mayo, Gen'l Mang.,

V s No. 1 Marion Block, OCALA, FLA.

y -s.' No person should smoke at all until ho is 4
' ". full grown, or before his :-'th year.
*..-..The TbrM'ian. imbitml anvike by eiuJoy-| ,
"log thin'u .i\llUo n. Iiiof certain plants' for -
: y
'fl" the titillation of their tittrik. -LEADSNTlIE--

.er Herodotus says than tho Babylonians used
a tocot bundles! of l.orlx into tho Ire, and then /
p- stand around the UU.IIVH and Inhale their fragrance. \\'
Watch Clock C Je\V\ lry r rI j/]

Jead Nicot, from whom the essential oil oft ,
tobacco was named introduced tho herb to
t'a'. +. Catherine de Mt dicis, while Sir Walter Raleigh 1\

: presented it to Quern DUubcth. n ____ ____ __._ __ _. LINE!
{ That Hacking is injurious to health in
adults is often urged. It prol iibl often -.
y very
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i Is, and MO 1s tea and coffee drinking carried "
'to excess I lowet'er,teat. of the centenarians A .TOW.L. TT "I I A TOWN -l.OTj' Repairing '. l'"
; .. / are smokers. .I.- : a Specialty. .
Cigars are now made all over the civilized Ptrit j LOOK i FOR I Il. i
,5'ls world. They are produced 1 very eiteiwively I
"1' in Bremen and Hamburg, and at.Utl) iu 2500. .L. $25.00.
4e. But at Manila In the Philippine! .............. ..... ............. ..:. :........._L -LocATED( OS WEST SIDB: or SQUARE)
,, Lands, the largest factories are lo 15 found SmaloM

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It 1s Mid that cf all tho various cook tx>ok "" '''' ''
rM, published brtwetu 1t+OU and 1 15. and lI(1t,1.1 -i Tl' l 1 IS (OFF1 l': U : IS.- OPEN i 1 FOR 1. ; iHT ;fiYTI'AYST''o'Ly..irTI! i : !! I-:: LAND TITLES
c ; which treat of the pltastires and adjuncts .-....-...... '............-........ ,.......................-........,...,:... ,...,............-..,.............--................-.-...-................-.....-.............. -....-... !I1 ,
taste before the lost named date, not one refers -1-:
;"< to the after dinner cigar/ or to cigarsat
The tint the field N, addition to the of Ocala 1 Anderson's addition
Y Tobacco should be credited as a |art of the 111 w 8emi.Tropi City new
very of Christopher' Columbus! \Vhenbt adjoins the llIli.Tropic\l EXiu-ition: ground Thaw hundred lob now om'rell at $25 each, for thirty days ABSTRACT COMPANY.

i. v w [ first met the Indians they "1\'ro imbibing" oul.)'. Tho property 18 elevated lull overlooks the city. South street i is now being graded to the pro pert)". I -

*I the fumes of tobacco in the khajm of a cigar. The proposed "dulUlU hue," when completed, will add 100 per cent. to the value of every lot. Lots can be 1.5711EI'L.ICE10(1TT11EFACTbOrrlrs
Tbis cider WM not holly of tobacco l though.
H was;a stalk or .trllw tune GUM with this paid for on the inlStalln1l'ut plan, iftll'l'irt't1. No conunissions, no agents ; buy direct from O1\'ncr. The editor
weed. But the Indians mucked pix] chirlty of tho BANNER will select lots for non-residents. "Get in on the ground lloor." PInt can be seen at office of -1-

The use of cigars by civill/ej |p Hopltaud of II. L. Anderson; or address II. 14. Anderson; Lock Box 125. Ocala Fla. : oC.'LA Horu3j&.1m

cigars as we now know tbt'lJfa i much morn --- --- -- .----- _-- ____
r recent than most people vuppneo. Tho real '
t I 'cigar, which Uapurorollof tobacco alone, W. W. CONDON'S HOUSE.The E. _
probably originated<< in ." best cigars are still nuulu. Their origin with ,

'*' us, as in Europe, did not .begin until early in hew\\ Jewelry! \ } Store -THE-
the present century.jf I-- Finest Livery I Ii 1ht City

.,. THINGS. Shines replete with everything in
t his line. Call and examine Hotel of- the
w The rubber tip at the end of lead pencil for yourself. Leading LBA1HXGLI S STABLE
hot yielded oooaUpwxrt
Strings for '.Muslcnl
2,030 mails the Instruments a t 1.A14
of a year wo by
Specialty.All "
Inf rntor of the vomtnrv noedlo' turfader. -AND- GEOHUE MiKAYi "
Work on 1'\1..lr| ol Clucks .and) \Vatchr
\ The Inventor of the roller skates made over GuarBiitml. ARCHITECT
c, 200,000', uotwithctonding the fact that his Rholnauor's 01'1 1 Stand: UNSURPASSED IN APPOINTMENTS TO ANV IN THE STATE! AND BUILDKR,
patent bad nearly eSI|>im) before its value ,t''SI.am D> IONS AM
was ascertained. .
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i A largo fortune has Uvn, reaped \>y a minor I 00, Application...
who invented a metal rivet or ey.-let at teach< --oOrncuRDIDrscx --
i,,' end of the mouth of coat an.1 trousers r.vk- DRS. G. H. & J. C. PERI NE, : : Orange
Inside and Outf!
eta to resist the strain caused by the carruigo' Repainted and< Sixth tt.
Rosldont Dontlsts. OCALA. .
of piece of ont and heavy FLORA
t ;,1 Th gimlet pointed screw has produced t'AI.YWHW\ .-AND- I I4.11 ssSNOd'11ES.it !
t more wraith than moot silver rallies and thcAmeriOtJi >
who Rest thought of putting copper All branrhei of tlontUtry. Teeth fllled an4prcwrrtM.
Knou crow nee with porcelain or roldtrtn. hF.nr40E.[
t tips to childrcu's shoes i>*as well oil as if Artlll"la1.-cllroll\ uxu to a toll tot.tfirtctljr REFITTED THOROUGHLY WITH ELEGAM WRXITUREBV .
bis father bad left him 400,000" In I!nit*.I flrrt-cli I tleiulstrr at mMtTte prices I4UII.II u_

,, States locals vitae rowntt A ruiLTT ALL KINDS OF
As large sum as was l'\\'r\btalnfllli!for any -- ---- -- -'- -I--I FURNITURE
invention was enj<. For Hale.One
inverted glass bell W hangover to protecl TEST :.Ixmt l..t4PECrll
# ceilings from lielng blackened and a scarcely. fine IK'vonxlnrecow. also one new BEAUTIFUL LAWNS AND CROQUET GROUPS! Sroci un Low or TeaRtbnt; >in
t ,leas lucrative patent was that for simply putting double urrev. Intent IItv\e. On. new Fuca
emery powder on cloth. top Bide bar"ba 't>' ; one new J llonnv L Q rCLCIR its slats

r In a recent legal action it transpired In Johnson spindle ami one new two wheel ---I- FC.ttER .I.JlllcaJ.c&.
evidence that thelnventor of the metal pUtcoaed road cart, also one pair well watched .t. ClI.t CE,
v, to protect soles and heels' of bouts from medium sited young mules and several "r191ylapecit1
wear sold upward of 12,000,000 plates 1819, good driving and work horses al*> MT I. THAYER, MAIAOXI. atunU; fir' "f"fJ
Foa.WfuwI Arrir TO : : : : ( t'roWh
and in 1887' thha number reached 143,000.000\ eral eiccllent saddle ponies for sale at and all Ent ,
'p ttidaa'troi iDcri Iisralli -If t. dfeblJtd lAnrj Sale Stable. I : laUN Aalalesa bl11WJII,. 01 tenth. O...nros the.

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