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 6, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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BUDGET OF HOME NEWS spread quickly into a guffaw and ha, ha, Hotel Arrivals. C S Nobles. J C West J M I Perkins. W / '

MIL ITAR Y DAY.A and as the soldier boys drilling knew OCALA HOICK March 5.) -Edwin, Hazen, C Adamson, Geo. C Warner; W J Herndon .
'C. L. BimNOKR.Clty 141 tor. what it meant, sad demoralization en M. D., and wife Woodstock, Va.; Jamrs B Smith A C Keller, Iwsburg;
] sued, though they held their ground H. Boozer Wildwood, J.la.; Thomas \". Capt. J Dore) 1st Lieut, L L l Deortng, 2nd
Go to Sandert' and get a box of 5-cent bravely till the' program was executed. Porter wife, and two <'children Miss! Bar Lieut J 7. Union, J T Catrrves, J H HU. ;
cigars fOf'l. We regret this serious accident,' to their teN! >n. W. K. Bartleson and wife N. D. herd J K Cole H D Bryan,. Geo. Austin
"Y" don't BIG TIME IN I OCALA. wearing apparel and in their discomfort Phillips, M. D.. and wife Mrs M. L. SrI Jno. Frodirer, M M Bond SwiftV It
you call on Y" the jeweler. bajn' our sympathy. don, 1111'.. H. Morris. V1. W. Hampton Bank'. J Stiirhoiise\ F Hall, WC1'ainter.. Y I
___ dSfeb td The Orlando boys went to their work B. 8. Jordan, J. A. Ammons, L. J. 15 run k- G i A I Hummed. T A l>t'ani1".I.anlt; A
Mrs. Jewell. one of the handsome OCALA AND MAHION COUNTY with deliberation, and as their com hara W. N. Wilson W. C Conver, A. H Savage, Garnemille; W H Tiaor, +
ladies of New, Orleans, l is In the city. FEEL DEEPLY THE lIONOlt minding officer was calm and self- M. Endel.\,; IJ J. T. (G. Crawford, J. F'Bartle- W B Barnes C E Uolan U Smith, F '
possessed, he imparted the Fame feeling BOO, M. ?J. Stapler, Walter Porter, W. P. Mohr II n NVuWek.T (' Peters Put. ,
Mi Jean Kellogg!:!:,one of Brooksville'e CONFERRED BY Gov.EIiwol' and confidence into his men and Conyers.of Gainesville : Mim :Mary Fleming nam Alert close! Company, Xo I; Capt. J
charming young ladies, who has been FLEMING'S carried it to a successful close, and their M. \,. Gate, Mrs. I,. II. Howe; Miss! 1 E: :Manney, klawaha River; F C Coch ,
!t. visiting friends and relatives In the citv, VISIT. splendid drilling was no doubt largely Duvall, G. A. White and wife Mini ran, St. Augustine.MOTICi.
returned to her home today much [fo due to the admirable judgment shown Amos, Mrs. Rordell, Miss Uerdell. F. II. '
the regret of her many admirers. Ooala Enjoyed a Regular old Time by: Lieut. Allen. Rantnart It 8. Allen, N. H Nail, J. C. ':.

The Holiday YesterdayThe Crowd While the judges cannot make their Allen, Waiter Howe, Finley Way John Special and General Days fee the
typos, of Sanford must be thriving Was Pressing--To-day Ocean the a"al'lll1l1 to-day/yet If public expression Eleming, Gus. C. Hart, E. K. Smith, B.II. Int rnatlonal and $emi TropIcal ',
in their line .
of business! or they Individual Squad and the could decide, the Orlando boys Kuhl, 11. Anderson, R. C. Carpenter Exposition: During the Months of .
must have excellent credit, as four of i Sham Drjll would have been awarded the grand Mrs. W. C. Eagleton. Miss Ea it let oh, March and April. tl;
w Battle Governor
the Fleming
"devils'tare carrying gold watches; $300 prize as the best and most perfectly Henry Eagleton. T. Singleton, P. He wan, It Is agreed between the passenger
bought at Ool. Fechner'a Will Review the Latter-Crowd.
(\ pawnbrokers'Bale. drilled company. J. It. Hunter, J. Puckelt, L. W. Duke, agents. of the .', K. A N (b. and the J. T.
11 _________ In Attendance. -day a.' Large As the East Florida Seminary: Cadets I II Thomas L. Stubblefield, A }1. Williamson ft K, W. Co., that on special. county day. ; I
'. A constable was kept busy from 7 to .. Yesterday' I bad no competitioners' in their clam, of Orlando, Fla; I' Holland, DoBary the reduced" rates' obtain only for points
10 o'clock, keeping the sidewalk in they He awe to get theoO prize for the line; Miss! J. A. Bows Tallahassee'! ; J, B.Twomev from the territory of tho given county j'
. front Condon's, Jewelry store clear, To resume the narrative of yesterday's best drilled cadet' company which they J. W. Patten, W. 1' Thomas I while on general days ,the rates are goonfor i
;II that tidies and others! might paaa by. I ij my interesting events and incidents deserve, as their drill and evolutions E. F. Seminary ; E. P. Caper, Supt.E. any point (In the State on thorn' linea. a
The auction sale appeared to be a sponger I'' ,.aere our little daily left otT ....e mint elicited the admiration and applause of }, Seminary. Gaimville ; 91 I. D. 0, Lake County Day-March 8th. f {
drawing card than either the theatre refer to the arrival of the DeLand Rifles' all. Following came the dress parade, Smith Washington, Pa.; John C. DuBois. I Putnam and Hillsboro Day-March

.. or ball going on at the Fame time. on the Florida Southern railroad, at 1.5: which was a beautiful sight and greatly Montague", Fla,; Mrs. M. W Jewell, 1311 general ..- r t
p. in., and their reception at the depot| enjoyed by all. This closed the military Owlnnl>oro, Ky: ; Mrs E.; B. Hernden, 'I Polk County Day-March 15th. '
The pawnbroker's auction Bale now going by the Key West band and firemen, the exercise for the day and with it dark Shreveport, IA ; G. T. Carter E F Semi Snmter: County Dav-March 19. ,.
on at Condon's jewelry store seems two Ocala fire companies, white and set in. ; W. Smith llartfort county, 1\D.ll'l\IIt'o Days.
;k to be the absorbing t't' >sIc of the day. black, and our crack military organization Although the atmosphere, while the Md.; M. C. bllgh t Lady bike ; W: M. Columbia and State Agricultural Col-
'1 Judging from the crowds seen there day the Rifles, who escorted them to warmth of the sun shed his genial: rays Simpson Philadelphia.L Hiss Kinley, lego: Day-March 22nd, A lecture'' of ', ,
and night, they must be selling quantities the amory.The over the 3000 people present was exquisite W S. Uisley, Camden, N. J ; E. Shoe agricultural and horticultural interest' \ i.
t of goods. \Ve hear that numerous DeLand roster, consisted'! '! of Capt. in Its lowliness, but as sunset maker end wire Bellefonte, Potm W. will be dfliivennlby Prof. Whitnor In the
t } parties are buying lots of goods to specu Joe. DoRe, First Lieutenant, L. L. Deer. drew near, the air became crispy thoughthe C. Wood and wife, Miss Wood, Juliet ; Ex 1 081tlon auditorium t
$ late on. The Block is disappearing rap- log, Second Lieutenant J. T. Cairus, with crowd was reluctant to leave until N. Pierce Appleton.Vis.' W. B. Llnditoy, (iAimwvillo Day-March" i'fith.
idly, seventeen men, and their military bear. all was seen. C. Z. Kells. Mrs. A. S. Kell III, H. B. Bovle, bon and Lee Count}'.' Day-March
I Mr. Davidson, of the commission firm ing and soldierly apearance mad a very The exhibits were visited and all pronounced 11,1 U; Lindsey' Mary Kelln, Citra, Fla ; I 2Slh, general.
K, 'Davidson' & Devoto of Cincinnati fine impression.As them splendid. C. M. Miller Cleveland Ohio ; JOA. E. Hernando County and Savannah. Ga.,
Ohio McConnell soon as they could refresh them In the evening occurred the grand Wan h ; T J Smith.; Atlanta Ga ; W W Day) -April 4th, :general. s
accompanied by Captain
.t.. hi has to selves' Adjutant Burford, of the 2nd military ball, and it was grand in every Gillett and wife Mm Kate Henderoon, April 8th. 9th and 10th will IKdevote., !
i council 8parr to get
(> evidence in the case gone wherein the fair Battallion, began forming the line of sense of the word, numerically, for two South Lake Weir( ; J B Hrook, Atlanta, to the display of vegetables.
il.. fame and reputation of their firm is in. march in front of the Ocala louse and thousand t persons who |participated and Ga. ; C. B Mi-Corinlck and wife 1",-('s- Levy: and Nassau Days-April 11th,
ran as follows: witnessed, attest' this fact, and the array burg. 0 II Paddock and lady South general. '
Tolved the that has been
by set
f. story
I ',! afloat about dishonest returns in the sale Colby's Exposition Band, headed the of female lovlineos from the rosebud Lake Weir ; C A Weaver and wife, Chi- Dental Convention-April llth, General
procession, Orlando Guards Captain H. debutant with the pink and carmineon go: B U'Mea, Leenburg Rev C 11 .
of Dr. C. C, Harris
oranges cheeks .
I;. 8.Allen,command;Gainesville Guards, their vieing with the tints of Wilmer, city ; C M DavidsonClntin J. 0. CLARK, GKO. \V. WIIAON
. .. The inaugural ceremonies at Washing Captain I. E. Webster, DeLand Kiflt.i, the queen of lowers( they wore, the row, 0 ; Miss E: M Strong :MUa" Bell Iticha Secretary. President
ton :Monday covered nearly two pages of Captain Joe DoKe; East Florida Seminary to the flash and sparkle of their eyes Orrin C Strong, Starke }'Ia.j; C M Armstrong C. W CAMPHELL, Sr., Gen. Manager. f
. the Timti-Union yesterday. Everything Cadets, Captain G. F. Burrows; that paled the gems around their swanlike and wife, Clay Center, Kan; ClIazeltlne *
passed off pleassantl)' except the weather Leesburg Riffles, Capt. C. P. Lovell necks, to the noble matrons, whose B Jacksonville. Fla ; C J K. E. YOXGE; A C)., The -alaPIum..
and Washington had the oirgeet jam it Metropolitan Light Infantry Capt. J. E. jewels of lovely daughters! are such an Joseph' Palatka ; Thatl4l'oster G MClarki tiers. Call and examine their tine stock ,
has ever had. The President's inauguration McOinneu; Ocala Rifle, Lieutenant K. B. attraction and Irresistible charm to the Pawtucket, H I ; Mils Agues Proc and act good work at reasonable prices ; I
speech dealt largely in political :McConnell, in command with Ocala fire sterner sex,nobly supported by Jhe tyrant iM L Went. Oaklaw ; J W Smith, d3ldeeltn
matters which strongly forohaaow his companies white and black Key Wea man who with reverence adore) St. Augustine J A Bently.Sr. Augustine! ;
administration firemen and the rear brought up bv the (ion and love, bends the pregnant hingn/ D 11 fhorin.S. A Burkmao Tom WaMi' Don't fail to attend the auctiou. tf

superb Island City band), while way to of his nature to the supple and slightest Savannah Ga.; DE Arnold Miss MA( Not that Kind of Ponlea.Mr. r
e ,(.I Don't fail to attend the auction tf the rear for half a mile tiie, street leading beck, or wish of their lovely che-mere Beers, Hotel Marion ; Mrs. G 114 Oswald,
to the Exposition grounds was den ;j and fascinating partners.But Ed Oswald Hngerfltown. Md! A 8 U} J. W. Pearson desires' the public
t Palatka Falls In. with humanity, in vehicles and aoot\r'I we can not particularize, time Smith, Washington B k Smith, Ga.; know that the Texas 'iionles Iw haa for
1 ''. Last evening a committee of the Palat pressing forward to the scene of excite and space say." be short" and in paining H L Hawthorne and wife FlA.; John sate' are not the "bucking" kind that arc
y,,, ka Hose Co., the Palatka Gem City Hose mtrnt and great expectancy.The note the fact that the picture we carry: in Johnston, A T Johnes. Brooksvllle, Fla.; seen on the streets of Ocala, giving their
A Co.'.and the Palatka Hook and Ladder grand military pageant as it men the retina of our eye, I I" of last night's. Kc.bt L Hoiison'' S H (hates, "- rides( the grand bounce ait, in .sending ,.
i Company, made their appearance in our on with colors flying, bands! j.lav oI'ne. the grandest, moot inspiring and P Hohna. J E: Paiwm. A G Harlri.fge, them through the air liken a dlm-hnrged'
city. The foremans! of the companies their bright new uniforms of i,' realistic of glare, l beauty and female loveliness Jacksonville{ J A Mclver, Citra, Fin; A rocket. The kind he sells are an gentle 1<
named are : W, B. Barnes, J. E. Manning trimmed with silver and gold trapf''ng*. and chivalric and) manly bearing A Withlngton, Mrs. LaLoye: Nf'w'urk; as doves and warranted sound of limb ,
It\1\ and L. Jacobson. Of course all Ocala their bright plumes tricolors! blending that has ever been dreamed ot or thought H B bhiiL-r, Mrs H II dltllt.'r, 8f. Louis, ; and wind, f,1J13, -", t.t t
welcomes them._ to the breezes and their military treail, about in South Florid If tie ladies John C T Hill, J T A K W Railroad ; Mr
y as the columns by co'npanYlSwayeli with were beautiful and( charming, and looked and MM. H State' Hodt"Kter. N. YV; L Fresh 'fish and lIullIl.IIIa'fM oynterafiuuhtd ,r
I Don't fail to attend the auction tf rythmic motion,keeping time to the music their beat and sweetest last night: everything B IA w retire and! wife NVbvllle : Mrs S daily at Vjiirtnev's" market

aa they marched over the paved in which they .were adorned wan A Crutther, Frankfort, Ky.; F I' Fleming, llart'n Ocklawaha Illver Steamer
For Their Home.
Departed street, presented pleasing, exnileratingand in exquisite and harmonious! blending, wife and daughter, TallanasMee ; Frf'CllI Harts' klawaha. uteamerM leave 1'.. ;/
At 2:15: p. m. the Key West firemen, Inspiring sense, such as had never while the rustle of silks and patina and Hike, Davtoii, Ohio ; Mrs C V Ililljer, talks for Hit OI'klawl&llI'III Silver
r accompanied by their superb' band took before been witnessed in the history of the flash and scintillations of rare sparkling VlaMer 1(111 Iyer, Fenandina ; A B Ito rinirs ,
N{ daily except Sunday At Inn ((10))
hern southbond South Florida and hundreds of citizens gems only heightened the color of Y. W
the Florida So'it train i'ort Henry, S 11 Fremlenham, oVItnk Ul-tttl1rulnll. ,leave
'. for their island homes Ocala' bee in the exhuberance of their feelings, their checks and the light and joy and Elrnyra,N. Y; Arthur Wright, Brooklyn a Monday Silver s''
J ilally arrival
xcH-pt on ,
wishes accompany them. These splendid "lent it grand." delight; that !shone all electric prisims. in Chas C Owens' Parkersburg, 1'1'I'; I 'If tram from Ocala, which I la due H23:
'\" gentlemen, by their pleasant manners It certainly was, and hundreds of our the glint of their heavenly orbs at tllf''yperllOnatfd lieu[ lknap, CViluinltuw\ Ohio. II. L a.
,. ;
I and manly bearing made friends country cousins thought it a revelationthat In the grace and harmony of MOXTEZUMA h lion.Iarrll: ft, ISM!).- w Kfeb 2m J. S. FHAZKII, Agent
I ,. with all whom they met. Many of our they bad never even dreamed of. their movements on the ball room floor J. P. Albin, Cincinnati; Allen Gibson; J.
visitors were BO pleased that they sail ifS Arriving at. the grounds tha Judg, j "the |erfection of the put trv of motion." C. )Miller Grahanuille; U. H Taylor,
f: ,: Ocala started a cigar factory they would were quickly chosen by the compan's'< I All ware delighted and charmed, and Savannah: ; Dr. II. II, Martin, Orlamli' ; MARION OPERA-HOUSE.:
S\ :. come and live with u... Our firemen who entered for the $300 prize to 1awarded too much praise ran not be awarded the O. II. Etlwtrdn.( o JrahAiuvllle; H, .J. K.MIIrick > ,
f escorted them to the train and gave them by same. The gentlemen we gentlemen of the respective (cnmmittv -j; (;it tr. t-. beaiuan, S. Y.; W. ...... .........-.........-.......-.--..-..-.-
a bipnurrah Bend off. Captain F. H. Karnhart 18th U. S. In- who etw their admirable programme BO II. H. Folks. 1' J. :nwmrinvffin' L. .... 1IUU": WII..I..." .lIb .11t atoay arzwiw.a,
: .'r: successfully and carried to .......................... ... ... ... ...
stationed at Denver Colorado brilliantly a -- -
fandty, VJdal.F. T. MtConnkk.: laaris; hails, ............... ...... ........... .... .. -
.", Ii n't fail to attend the auction, tf E. f succr' ful and happy close. N..W-- i
Captain G. Lily of Louisville (Ky..) Hoay Bell Ben filler. Mr I :.uid \1 rlt. M.1.A.

:' 't. Walters Last Night. Legion Lieutenant C. G. Morton 6th U. The thirty 'busws and carriages that Rite, Miss Bessie "ire/g.; Gainesville, .MARCH...... ........,.....5TH.......'...,...6TH-.......,...AND..-..-7TH.-... t tCIiAMK
sNtjttie S. Infantry military instructor at Gainesville ply between town and the" exposition Geo. Mart*'a, Capt. J. E:. McGinn! JM .
; ; or 1III.L .
'. The play of Crisa-Croes, as presented F.utlo'Jorhla Seminary.! budding did a land office business. The l.ieut. J. B. :Mam-11, 2nd Lieut. H. P. -
w '10;, last night!; uy the above excellent company The rules were that the captain of orders rolled In on them until the sweet Holmes; E. C Kernan J. W. Kennedy I r 'I it

i;. proved a bill of fare in the amusement each competing company wan only allowed voiced Jehus got worse rattled than the J. (I. Bay, J.I H.I 1.0,1. ClaM L'Lngle, : ...... .......YVM.TIjiiS.
i ... line, that if laughter, hearty and twenty minutes in which to execute M. L I's. A .small sized bonanza tn Ilu.-h; 1'lItrrl.tlle M: J. Carr, Chax. U.Thebaut. .. ... ., .. .. .., ,, ..... .. r
i unrestrained 1 and I applause unbounded is a prescribed drill any over time compassed and troubled them, and it IN'. .'orll1.: J. 1xr\ () >. Th. dolling, "rot..... AN.......,.uyrested i'i by I
I any evidence of the appetite and relish, was debted to the company, and anytime w as 3 o'docla: leforetheir precious freight utiibun li. Smith, Clkas. A. Clark, J. II. hr own "pe tally .If'wd 11f111l.tfUlJ of I
of the partakers then has the Nellie wed vet II credited end each COb-1 .was all safely sheltered In their home to I'ayne, Jacksonville; II: H :Meaner and. ] i ............ ..MrtrotwrIIt.a|. I ..Uumedluu.!. : :._ ,
y Walter's) company scored a success such mending oft .er""had only twenty minutes dream of conquests) and triumphs,Biirh at wife, Citra.A. F. Barttell, Lynn Mas*, I.I.C R E E TED WITH ,t,; 1
.:? as ''baa ;,never been recorded in our.y to inspect the order of drill before can only come on "aomentntia events McMillin, haltanoinM, Tenn; J B G B \
: amusement history, fhe audience was reporting" to the judges for action. Three like that of last' night! which will be agreeD Mack, Jacksonville; C 1.1 I! Fall Mint /.0ldI018. TUMULTUOUS!! APPLAUS \
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a )law one and unusually brilliant as a companies only entered the contest the memory for many long day to D yarcun and .wife, Citra; C K .
X clout vibittng friends, with Gainesville Guards Jacksonville Light rome to all OMU. i! NEW $()N.5.. ..._ ...._ ......_......CN.wnc i .
great many Dtmgherty,1711kee( Barre, I'llV B Cal. )
; c NEW IIA NIItI ......._. .... .._ ..----how:
*1": a Urge sprinkling: of the military in Infantry and Orlando Guards, and their fee, Orange. : heights, ., Fla; Mrs. KM and ; NKW HfECULTltMSCRMAM8" .. ..... ."'.......... .... jw uru I
'd: their dazzling uniforms and their fair on the ground, was in the Don't fail to attend the auction. tf J M Bartow Orange. .. Hugh ,
r '.0 partners were in attendance, and added order named. Borland A Williamson. Faker, J W OF LAUdllTKlt.I.rlIun1.tln flf \

:a; much to the brightness of the assem t tS The friends of each were present' lo Ilellcvlew, Item*. Knight;,: Floral City: T It Piertr, wife .. ,Tutwl.r ii..111nm M.mh ;j
.j blage. numbersandateach well executed move- Our RgnUr Corr*.pond.nl. and child, Miss lU'-hel Richardson, {, tth. I
1'\*. :Miss Nellie'Walters is truly a protean munt were loudly cheered. The handsome frame made of six ilifA Bushnell> ; huts Platte an i wife, N I O. .. .. .. .... ............bl....w. ..MureiclCot.elr............ .....--,-'i i I ,," '.
., t S actress and tnlows, her whole soul into The Gainesville boys did finely and .rent kinds of native wood by Mr. O I I K. Miss J E 1 Edward. Miianopy! B Ksmilh.Ga ; RRIHH', 4000HH, s."
:. ;v':' the personation of her characters and the Jacksonville M. L. l'_ moved on Beck with of our town, tentainiugnineotuIraphsofsotuIraphsof !: ; Edward Oswald, Hai; stomi, i lOftIHS CIOBH
S '::. ber manner BO sprightly and her wars into the grounds In fine style and in teen large { vi .w in Bdle- }IJlhlJft; F King, Gainesville; Mr"* } uR1HHI ( ,
so winning that all who had the their stunning& suits of white pants and view which I have ur-.ty] arranged and Hillver, Fernaiulina. juitinan Hay. I

pleasure of enjoying the amusing treat lea green coats and helmet caps, ornamented sent up to the Ex: |>n*.llion this' morning Crystal; Miss' Sallie I loon\ \ -, W E '1 fl'ItIH8:..J, ... ... ..! }L...r:.........Clt088.. ... ... ?
of last night, .pronounced her the prin. with white and green plume, 'is I thrtik, worthy of notice I have arranged Boas, Lt-fKburK; lin Eva: Gate, Etmer- fUJIMe! with/ Mew aI "*&loo.-IIiDJlI tipecUl. i
eesiof actroses and unequaled in herpowers created a fine impression, but somehow awrotid table for the Belksvi..w aids; W. D. Morton city. (C E Ball Cmi- sis 800'tfrtte.qu.IMtww&WMnss1sy's j t
of making everybody laugh and their captain Pftmed nervous and ton Ohio I). Barcu and wifn and son, .. t,
exhibit at the Semi Tropiral and this ; : '
''forget for the time the tribulations, worries gave hi.eommaadi: hurriedly and the r.:ame containing photo will\ be placed Cttra; J ti M \Vll o lI, TennwweeMm, II. .-.,;.....-:......-MITI......,..'b.T.-h......-;; ;,C.4 ooetlj-of"THE ;
j l.k!' and cares of life. boys talked ana in afew momenta they upon it It is a beauty. Take a look at WU"-lIIj Tompklnivllle; K P Moore I 1
1 All of her support' were excellent. got somewhat rattled but when the It when out at tilt< Exposition. : W Roberts, wife arid child Orange OTHER HALF"he.Grun
\ .:'\' MIM Walter' song of "He's all richt," severe strain their position of kneelingand Major Wm. 1 K. btroo-t ban tone to J'.- Ju-nd, J D hhaylor, Galnnvllfe{ : I .

J took the house by storm and ,when she lying down and getting up sudden la k. on business for the St. Johns, Lake F Ilendernon and 4 others, Mine.10 toll., ....-.i wl::..;.it.:.-()ioaii........linos.... ;...K, .r.tlirM. iasrD /
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at areferred,. to the Solid South the roof, ort ly, bad on their cosy fitting, white bifer- Weir tt Gulf lUilroad. C It Ty dings, city; Gt-o. Jacobson Trim.CityJ / try I
the Opera House fairly moved upward, gated garments, the seams parfed( company Our eUtioa agent, )fr. Geo. H. Halle, ; W Hood, Atlanta; J B Tally
', so thundering was the applause and to DM a slang,':but forcible expression has accepted a petition aa agent at Ho Trenton Kjj; }\' O Canon, Lake Weir; s
\4'I 4:rs To-night an entire change of program they busted their bieecbessore. mtrtam on the ti. ti., O. & G. and left our Mrs. 1 od 1'r' amt cif Idren.tI 1 lfe Parker' Magnolia N.r.err.
':' anti')'e' tbpa.putognel1p- Walttt'r't1 ." Meeting with mrh an foreman town yesterday morning. HU brother. J D Jones, C MiUt'C.tr. ;J A'r." aY' Theflnnitanit. best variety fll orange
L CotDl oy wiU.lunr crowded boos*. U wreck which caught the' eyes of the Carol succeeds him. : ft A Levy., Galne villfi; J K Deakio; tree for the least money, to be had of
deserves a big one. The play to-nhrht. giant spectator, who. bean to ittfr )l'ilwankee' ; MiM Agnes Moire, T oo, J. W. A P. D. W ira.,
v will be -The Other Halt and laugh, which proving'contagious' Don't Oil to attend the audio: U Capt. 0 P Lotitt Ll at. W U EDltswn, wSfebtd. Iielleview, FU. .c y- .
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>,r ? OClL l DAILY ANNf the Other, will be rvldentrlf" 'the matter acksonvtlle Invites tied "We.Mustn : fit .l

: s' be.looked at !In this li, bt Suppose I Respond. take Si Hotel

't; .OCAL 4 Fr1.4...,_M.tROH.6, )$89. mOlt lend A pay 10,000.pie Interest to do,business, because" with.he is He MIng JACKSOXVILU' FLA., Mar. 4th, 1889..,. ueI's'SDooial e

... .. -.. ----.II-: my 'capital. Bat is that any reason Mr. F It. //arm, Il in
;;' NE. JiARRIS, E4ttor. why B, ''whQ'U"not using my capital, DEAR: SiRT-I desire, thron.h the co}.
should pay me Interest? Very good mrs of your paper, and by yourself, to t ;
--- -- The !I'an4 ho monopolizes: natural op extend a, most cordial Invitation for the ii

portnnities U doing business with capital people of Ocala) and Marlon county to Sot Lake Weifr Fla :
Jy qh that belongs to the}+ public; thenin fairness visa the Sub-Tropical Exposition on ,,
: f he ought to pay for it. There does Thursday, March 14th. that being set
., 1. + R not exist the same reason for taxing the i apart as a special Ocala Day Kindly Sixteen miles south of Ocala ; on

.w. man who doe not use any capital that gIve; this the widest publicity through SaID bluff overlooking the whole
belongs to the public. The case Is of the columns of the BANNER,and get your high Weir" j
several children having equal rights to people interested in the matter and secure of "Beautiful Lake

a patrimony, and some of them using a large attendance from your thrlv-
more than their rightful share. The Ing town. I should) be especially pleased ALL TRAINS''[
,,,; ; 0 real' Injustice lies in the monopoly ; for to see you here, and hope that you will -OF- HCKS MEETS
this. the tax on monopoly is the only make our office your headquarters-while
remedy So much for the fundamental here, Yours very truly, Fine Boating, Sailing, Gunningand
principle involved. tiYs. tON 8. WEBB, D. G. Fishing.

Now to the amount of taxes which Our honored Dr. has
an mayor, Gary, received
' w The Taylor County Banner and the under the single tax system, farmers. an official. notification in purport DRESS GOODS Terms $$2:50: per day. Reasonable
Single Tax. would pay, our contemporary completely similar to this which he will bring/ to the .
r ) iunores several important facts. notice of the council, asking them to accept i 1Ladies' Rates by Week; or Month. .
Tayl.oa.Cuunty.llanner thinks that First if the farmer must pay more tax same and make arrangements with Address : I
we were sincere in the declaration that on his land than at present; he wouldbe the railroads for extra cheap excursion W. B.
we had no gubernatorial for from all other taxes Capt. 2aylor,
; aspirations entirely reli ved trains, so that Ocala and Marion county '
4 r the reason that "any man, with the least Secondly, those persons at present may be duly represented! and in that ______________<> Dlana(sr.
park' of hope in his bosom dY ever holding unused land would pay more way show our hearty appreciation of the Fine Broadcloth; Ratl"lt..50! and (3 per day.
,,, reaching the executive chair; would not taxes than at present. From these two' compliment paid us by the citizens of ,
" :t blight his prospects by uttering such causes combined there would be little Jacksonville' on Feb. 14lh. Let the Open All Year. ,
1 ,' sentiments as he has. and 11I to If in the actual amountof
; proceed I any difference- Board of Trade also tab prompt action
} point out the supposed absurdity and injustice direct taxes paid by the farmer. and hurry along the !good work. 50 and 45 Inches vide, S. R. BIRDSEY; & CO.
of the single tax on land values. But thirdly, our esteemed contemporary <
60 tar M the policv of our utterances forgets entirely the Indiiect taxes Don't fail to attend' the auction tf ,
i is concerned, we observe that it is a paid by the farmer under the present 80c. 90c. and $1. -0WhQlesale-

Rood thing for every country to have In system ; namely, the increased cost of A State Firemen's Association Organ
it Olin who are not hampered by political ever manufactured article he buys' a:1:1 1his I ted. & Retail
inspirations, but can give themselves fnttlementft, dotheA, etc., which' Increase Worth from SL i u to S2rraV:
A meeting of delegates for the'
onreseivedly to finding and proclaiming due the tax at present In pur-
h# is to -DEALERSIN--
f, the troth We may be mistaken, but force upon all Industries!' it is a well pot'601 forming a State+ Fireman's Association to -.
t we to utter our honent convic evident to all that a was held October 5, 1889 ; delegates
propose settled I principle, ,
from : West, Ocala' and Orlando
t done.t. tax upon any manufactured article Is Key ALL WOOL Hardwam I &1 Groceries0
Chief Bowers made
,Now as- to our esteemed contemporary's paid by the ('on lIml'r. The tl\lln other prenent. ( S C S
nd t
temporary t chairman requested to
t objections to the single: tax, we beg word.*, which onr contemjiorary! in so
.; to Bay first In general, that thin system anxious to have imposed upon the various act as temporary motioned secretary. Chief of COLORED HENRIETTA
081a0011'11 that they -
of taxation Is one which ha commend industries of the country, wineslargely
i a ed itself to many great minds after a out of the pickets of those verv go into permanent organization) which OCALA, I t I !: FLOUID
t thorough study of the question in all fanners wham our good brother wishesto was carried.Chief 40 inches wide, am sl eall
i', its bearings, and no one Is really entitled benefit. Taking the tax off of Industries Bowers was made permanent --....
w to any opinion on the Hiibjeot who hat I in advantageous to the consumer President ; Chief Sherman'; Orlando,
I'' not at least weighed carefully the argument Under the combined etlect of this tax 1st Vice-President ; Chief of Ocala com-
'j. pan)', 2nd Yice-President ; M. N. Niles, 55c. Palace I
advanced by advocates of the and our protective tariff the farmer of Dru Store'I!
P. B. Dugs of Ocala TreaUrt'r.
Secretary : -
yetem. They can not I>H diftoHed" | of by the country are in a fair way to he rulnell.Unll..r C'liiwf
of Orlando and
s 4. a wave dr the hand, With all due rr- the single tax, the direct tax paid T.[ Singleton and Mr. Be'ew' l lU. nWHOLESALE
aped to our contemporary, we must Hay by the farmer would' be not far different arefaintest
?' that! It is evident that he t has neither from what it is at present, hut there an a spwial committee on byaws Worth Sl.OO.Special -- .--
It resolved' each
' that
was com
considered' nor acquainted himself with would be an (immense vain to him by
+ those arguments, or thought UI'OIl| the lessening his Indirect taxes I, e., by pany represented be assesed the sum of
; question at all, except, in a most super- cheapening what In- has to buy. io:: for present contingent. ----
ncial We beg I him at least to suspend I In case any holder of unused land On motion the meeting adjourned. .
f his judgment until he has studied I chose to surrender the land rather tlmn ---- I
heard what can be think t Don't fail to attend the ant'tion. tf -At'D-
question, or I'II&'d'l pay its rental! value, we do not Inducements in
tj in behalf of the system It U of any disastrous results' could ensue. If Retai
editorial In IN MKM011YOF ) LEONARD 1 Drugs !10 m
impossible in a single or a the land were worthless no one would
fault many editorials to do anything; pay taxes on It anyway. If it were good<' .. .-
tYy I.y like justice to these arguments, fur anything some one would' be glad At the regular meeting of the Board of Public Our Clothing and -
even were ,we capable of doing them enough to have the use of it for the taxes nstrncUon of Marlon county, held March nth.
,.. full justice at all. But 'we will, from upon it.And &W, a committee wu appointed to draft resold -ALL KINDS OF-
.. time to time, bring out considerations we desire to call our contempo lions to the memory of Prof. C. II. Leonard de.
r. which go to show that even' If "Brother rary's attention to another fact In this ftuOO. who WM principal of Anthony Graded OILS, STATIONERY TOILETAND
rv Harris" not goinu; to be the Governor connection. The man who invests his 'School. The committee reported the following ShoeDepartment

; ;, of Florida, his recommendations are capital in land to hold it for a raise, expect which unanimously adopted: -
neither visionary, nor unjust to any class ] to Roll out at an advanced price Rftnlvfl, That In the death of Prof. C. II. Leonard '
t I of cttiteni. which is duo to the community around tb'rn recornlie the hand oft Him he doetti -- FANCY ARTICLESIn
The objection which our good broth. his land and not to any labor which he dl"RLanf all well Hit, and that while, we we bow may In not humble un ,
er urges is that the single tax would himself has peformed, and when he sells, lubmlMtton I / to r1OTidencc. in 1lt death the Complete Stock I IWRIOIIT iI
t '" bear entirely upon the land owners, and the amount of wealth in the country Is canes of education'lnw Marlon 1 1 Ion one i C Rheinancr' & Bro
of It* moot ardent friends and efficient educator ,
'; others would be exempt In other words, not increased! iota but he has simply that loin with thn people ot Anthony lu*a; I 1-O<< '
I that one class of citizens would be compelled transferred to his pockets the earningof! tribute eo//respect to the memory of him who ee
to' bear the whole of a burden have principal labored so faithfully lucctnfully In bu,
+ oilier people, which I+ money would AeadQ aenen for PipSer i
' others. For building. up the traded hoo\ at Anthony and (fJM] Wall drtiarden ge edan
in to example
that belongs; part gonctogive all who labor a better return caudnxher to late a poUtlon second, to none
? to uw our good. brother's illustration for their industry had the single tax In the country ; That we tender our condolence A FRAZKH,
R if I t00U00 were the amount to been in (orro. Observe, too. not only aud sympathy to the family In their sad bl'reve.
'be raised by taxation $100,000 of which, dOt'S the land speculator mt increase the al meat*wut and here to heaven remind Is them richer that to though them by he bisprtweuce i, '. Pv1iuc SQtrua : : : : Ocu..I'I.4 ,

' ; under our present system, would "be wealth of his country, he has actually ".OTer there." ..............i I !E s !...-....... stoma ,
..............."B. .... .. ...
'Y ; raised by tax on pernonal pro|>ertythen" retarded the industries and !lessened the Hetoltft, That a copy of these resolutions be I i i. "
sent to the family also to the dl:lertut or
if the single tax system were in force, general prosperity!'; of his country by the county Or publication. papers ...........-...........-.....,-..........-..................-..
K'' the land owners would IK compelled to shutting out laborers from natural opportunities. M. L PAYNE Millinery! Millinery! }
+ addition to their own tax of On tho other hand, he who M, M. MOSER.II. : SHA1BSPEARB

', '' .0,000, owners., $100,000" ( Of"fur course the, as l"t'KOnallrol"ert a piece of business 1181.1the. of some same sort amount necessarily of capital gives In J.A.!.T.M.R.OaIFF1Jf.WARTMAXK STKKATOK,, ................-..-.-..-..--..--..".-.-.- ..... .............,..................., ..''
that result would ensue No Committee. -HAS TRULY. SAID- } Our Milliner fe. at home again \
arithmetic and also Increasesthe
*; employment to labor j i 1
'? one denies that. lut.. in the first place, sum total' of wealth In I the country : .......-..... .............-......-...-......-.......... i: ..........:..:: :.;; ::::::.'...':::;::::::.:::::;::::::.:..._ ...
}' 't our brother- simply beir'* the question, because lie has produce! someliimgYet President' Harrison thinks that only; ; There 1* a Tide In the affairs! of men which, .1 ZlH2 :FROM TIlE I'QRTII :

'++ when lleSkt.. whether this would be is our friend proposes to fine the man the South and is opposed that to is the policy or I 1 .....-taken........at.....its....ebb........leads-.......on.....to....fortune.............."........ I. ....._.................... ._-.." j
..right. The fundamental question who benefits his country, and to make protection it very IItrol1210ItA : AND NOW 18 YOUR CHANGE WUh a Full and Cum P lets StociTof :
whether any man has a right to uiouopoliie .things easy for him who appropriates the opposition to It. President Harrison I GRASP U AT ONCE, I : :

.. natural opportunities. We hold, earnings; of others and paw an obstacle' evidently ha not kept up with the pro '...."...ASD.........TilE.........roKTUNK..'.. ..' .. ......IS....YOCRS.................... nFINElliLLTh
W and we think the projioHitlon; cannot IHJ in the way of his country's material aU- ceedlngs of the Florida Legislature. ..i : 1. : '; R Y. .
that all have .
.uccee folly disputed, men vancement, shutting out labor from employment I ...... ..,., ,. .. ,. .. ., ... ...,..... =: : .
by nature equal rishts in natural opjiortunittee } and diminishing its returns Orlando Take the Prize. wM ?x ...................-B......M.ery..;..lhing........_F1rrt.....t.-Ci......-.M.' .I-_i......_.
M distinguished from re- Under the single tax, no man can atlbrt The judges' of the competitive drill for LISTEN o-GOODS gU 1R

; .ultft of' man's own labor, which belong to hold land unless he makes It !,codas the f3U) prize to the best drilled com pa. 1' ..... ....... tNTEEDo-o
.' to him who puts forth the exertion. To five Must[ not this be beneficial to theclUlUunlty' ny made their award this morning andIt : ? ; ; j =
this ts to aseert that men who are Theamountof wealth will -.1. .. .. 1t6 d'= =
.deny was )given to the Orlando Guards. The .. .......... .. ...... .. & N ;
born into thin world not owning any and distrihuted. t .... : : .. ..... .................. : asha-
be both greater more equally cadets of the East Florida Seminary of -
i to exist except. at the MR. FOX HAS Jl'HT STARTED FOR THE i ............ ...... -..... -
r ,land have no right Gainesville, carry oil the cadet prize. .1 KOKTHEKN MARKETS, AND WILL -- .......,.....'.........-----...

other good pleasure word, the of the non land owners owners.of land ID thinks Now wo in are conclusion so far wrong, as our in our brother reoomiuendatioim ..-- -- --.. -TI. ............BUY. ...A,..:"WHAi'PiNO": : .! .BIU. ......._... i Welford' 01c18tand, PIIbUo SqIl&No oo+la, 1'11I. .

mutt be the staves of the ow ners. To will he IHJ kind enougl\ I. J. BROKAW, i =STOCK OF GOODS= .-...--...-.- .

4l MT nothing t>f the brotherhood of Man, to say whether he thinks the industriacond'tion -1-, I. ................ ....... ................ ..................... .."'.... .: iTgR: ---

",' it is a t fuodauifnUl that all turn tt are nth l.bora of our free gowrn-and of the world U perfect, and i if THE MARION COUNTY NUR r ....__..... Axn. w i rt.:.rt xat' ...._.......,...... 1 I i ;, R>;DUCTIORr. I. -
mint, I he thinks it the matter and i
not what ,
If this means anything at all, !it ............... .............. ._ =
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equtl. ho
remedies ..
: : must mean, at least that all men ha8.equal propoeaa'llun't SERYMAN. t 11 ;TO POTTnsAr: i ..., .,.--........... ...........-.-..-. ... .,
rights to receive the remits' of fail to attend tho auction. tf -1-10J'J'BR8 --- .
the( is 1 CHANCE TO SHOW THEM. i f OF
.their own labor'.but,:; a nullity unions TO THE PUBLIC A FINK: L1Itdoe ; i STOCK Ii
we grant equal rights to that with. The Governor Attend the Military I TlMl TO SELL THEM.boME j! .- ..:. i
'out which labor is Impoamble. namely! Hall. NURrtKRY STOCK-ORAPB I ?i --...---.-..- ,

natural or*| oo" -
by land in an economic sense. If Governor .Fleming accompanied by __ I __ ...... .. : ** '_
true and it Is clear as that twice AJj ntant-General I-ann, came in last Rase if you: want'anjtiilnc i In the waV'of'DREW AND BELOW '
( thift two be make, four-then no man has aright night) over the belated F. U, A N. train djan52m App Anthony Fla. : .........,......'................--..........-...........-... I ----.M...___COST.._

to monopolies natural opportunl- at 10 o'clock, and was the admired and H. P. EAQLETON :: .............................-0-......;...;.........,-............-..-. !: '
.i '. lie*!. centre of attraction of all eyes at the gay i GOODS, BLANKETS i =
,t Since, however, in hluhly developed festivities. He held a regular "pump .--Dt61er tn..._ : CLOA..... HATS, SHOES ANDCTOTHINGr 1! --r--- -r-r.M.
states of society, all men cannot be engaged handle louse" and the fair ones just REAL ESTATI7.: i :::::::::=:::;::::::::;.:::::.:;:::::::::::.:::::::::::::;;;:::::: i
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in applying! labor to land, there doted on Ilia Excellency, who most _._...__
1 meat be Borne arrangement by which kindly and generously reciprocated. The -1- i ---i'

y< some can tree natural owortuplea with Governor apparently greatly enjoyed -. Jmprored amt Unlmprcred.._ ..---" ..---- -- I LACE---
out disinheriting any of the children of the brilliant scene, and Ocala and her : --------
) to do this is to visitors felt highlr! honored to think ETC. II -"-- .. ..
men. The only way re LANDS. GROVES w. .. .w..w... .... ww .' w..w... .. ,.. i -
quire the*>ie who do monopolise natural they had in their keeping the first lire OIiANYTHINtl1NOCitLINLATo I
opportunities to pay a tax equal to the Governor who has ever attended a gathering -1-i -: : i-u.1 I

rental value for the J public good. This of a similar kind In Ocala. WEIB PARK FLORID \.. j! ::::VERY LO N PRWES.::::::: i t i
rental Taloe belongs lo the public and ..... i tI t
fldvlm i"1 --- i
what w. hold it not that no etshould They Serenade" the Governor. ii TlCOMEARoVsD. --- ,

under any conceivable circumtance The firemen and their visiting brethren r. OART, u. D RILL YOU t .
} ; v t* hUd on anything but land of Key West and Falatka, headed r.ruoe. I I M. .FIS.1 EiI'S-; :
> ..''uH/balL M lonf M there is i a fund' by the Island city,,band, formed In line '- BENJAMIN I & {(FOX I ._._... !
irhich belong* of light to the public itbouldf and marched around to the Ocala House ttttaaArt axe ao.etwtr' ------ I I I!

}. be Md for thu nolgl .the where GOT Fleming U stopping and Booms.4f a w A Gary's flock OCA.UUTw Ioc.u..., .
JTowthatther i serenaded him to which he made a F. j
('" srtr nn erperUoco fia Florida = i
J'. folr par* fLuIDal
\ '''/;.;.... ffSjStJsin?. the land, and note happy vTMpooa* taaneloquent speacb.T.'r .
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:, OCALA, MAIN mm FLORIDA JANUARY 29tll 11889. : ., ;i'',,:

1 CLOSE MAY FIRST '1889. .' : ":, i .

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.. This will be an Exposition of Pomological! Horticultural and Agricultural products of Florida and her soils, timbers, woods: minerals and live stock, and in addition articles .I' 1)f.
":::. and products of general interest: from all States and countries. Entry is open to the world for the display of its products. No charge for entries nor : space for tho product Of : "
manufactures of Florida. t 'J ., J. 4
The United States Experimental Station for improvement and development of products indigenous to this section has been located contiguous to our exposition ground'x r :3 ;
HWe invite exhibits of all descriptions, particularly those pertaining to the arts, mechanics and agriculture, guaranteeing uniform courtesy to all exhibitors. i' "n ;>'
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, 1':' CASH PREMIUM LIST, $3,500. : )f

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GEO. W. WILSON President. WM.\ FOX, First Vice-Prosident. DK. II. KNIGHT, Second Vice-President '", '

C. 'V. CAMPBELL S1;.. General Manager. G. 8. MAYO: Treasurer. J. O. CLARKE, Secretary. '1 .< \

t_ _ ': 'it; :

,:mnc FiIst National Bank ''Tile i\'loi'chaiits'I3ankOCAIA\' { Anti NionopolyDrug TILE ..

Florida. .
-- Do ;OF < ::: -ANDSEED --
.o4N0.3470. .
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-NO. 3.815.--

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Paid Up Capital, Authorized Capital, CAPITAL STOCK 8 OOOO.ooSUUl.LUS. x'COMPLETENESS

'r' $50,000. lit : $150,000.

W.II.CUUCIIV.l>re. Quality of Goods and Low Prioea.
\ ICe W.AO\EW I'rea.
:':00. r..r.r..n............ .' .....---- JNO. F DCNN, Prttidtru. OPriGKIlH: -0GOODS -
.. f:. P. PISMVKEH I. Vice-I'rendent.
r:,' 'J'. R. B. MC.CONMILL, Cashier
.. 1''.' f -0Lor.ated -
J' C.. .sri established -( next door to rintN tloBAl Bank.)
; A. McINTYRE Being now our new and elegant Sank building we are prepared to guar.
f antee satisfaction to all. InSt-M

:i!;::. SURPLUS $7,000.00 General Banking butinett trantaeted. Exchange bought and sold tn'


').c"' \ One of the finest and best equipped banking houses In tt,' State owned by'tbe :BOARD OF DIRECTORS.:-- '.. .
We hare special making olourticust aft accessible points. -
We cou trey and favor consistent with safe
w .
: will every
prompt and careful attention to all business entrusted to ns F.P. '
shall give
?t and
; 4 BANK ACCOUNT and all business In our line and J.A. EINSTEIN HARDWARE:
"f1l'lWe 10 .t your.attraction. HARVEY KNIGHT, WM. ANDERSON, ,
4 guarantee:entire J.C.FERINE, L.M. THAYER,
Importers.; & Traders National Bank, New York, N.Y.; Sasb Doortmind
outhern Bank of Georgia Savannah. ,
Correspondents in all important cities in'the West. CORRESPONDENTS tXatienal
t&Special .
: -AT- '*
dec Park Bank New York li
of Afatenct National Bank of BOI )A.
:t National Bank of Savannah Georgia. A.
i*. BwlW9( Louisville Banking, Company, Louisville, JI'yTHE E. DELOUST.C .


Street, Ocala, Fla.room. .

' : Ocala Ins Depot Drug... Line- v

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a. Th Hotel..N f'"the' Hy: :. -0ARGEST- -0-- '. '- -FOR- .. !

-....-.... .......................-....-....-.....-.......... STOCK THE PLACE TOJ.FIND THEM

=-.-..-...--.....-......-.......................................--..........-.- -AKDLowest -18 AT-
wz,l?nny Hot and coll baths %Gwnwfctixu nmpU roomt (or c.... Prices I Ioa 'DR.DELOUEST' -..ut'D1 r
i t rctal JnfeUrt. 95 roomt. He brick MuM and w +raitwe ,
.1 sox 8tortla Boath ni FlorkU.
1 -0--- -W&n 8ms SQi1.-) Musical iDstruentst ,! "

,. L DODD ISRAEL : I OCALA FLA UCA.A t I | | tics FLORIDA _4 ,''tY
I.zrJ' J..IUt.l. Itn.s
(lobs fkM"JU Nr wy yuaa 0211I-) tan-M
/ ki\awa
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Rx rer MonUla AnSublorlptlon,, Rates.. ... H 00. J ";. .. ;. ----M""M---etpresslon t but It>.plain. ;-Wk
t : Ie not a polite
Three Months. .. 2 1 m: ., + I for those who blow about prices which m can'tbegin ti I :.
we are
t ;, f... to a mparo with the paled
THE LATEST IN JEWELS. .- ", ,,:* J '- t :: Q t i 1nl. Just come and get our dgures rod MNM.N.M yott'Il I ,

; A lurid of direr studded with diamond i f

I !sates a,pretty hairpin.BmsJ opYOUR

] brooches' a combination of AmeriMO 11'O
ii pearl and ruble are being Introduced

t A scarf pin novelty represent a cow's bead
: of aman diamond*, with gold horn tipped

j vtth. ameraUU EYES
Sprays of wild roses surrounded by \
a _...._.. __
1'r' chased border: .M
are delicately. etched on a tU- ' '
T...aUt basket \ ",,.ct" ThU'i: what we want;; wide awake examlea-
lion of our(roodi. Ther'll bear inspection of
,ti Small. diamonds, Mt in rows enhance the yM,'p ctacle a' beauty and value of some new gold thimble game used to be "open your mouth and shot
for holiday gifta, your eyes and see. what I'll send you. WE
ay !keep your,.*open and
A handsome brooch consist of a dear N.MM I
canary colored diamond in a netting of nine
large white diamond s fViii1f"RO i W ELL .

Silver shaving mugs! ornamented with
eomio scene in bold relief are among the '
' latest holiday novelties. 'LL SELL YOU { .

An oddity for table ware is an oxidized: and ... .....M.M..............._
gold waiter, the border of which. represents i '
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the seven' days of the week. price that takes away the breath. That'sour
came and we are playing it for all it II
A beautiful hairpin of recent design represent wort),. Good( that bear examlnatlen prices 1
*a spray of Ttolet*in natural odors with e that bear comparison; bargain that can't be
equalled anywhere,at
u a diamond center to each flower., O .._h......._....__..(._. _.._._.. .._www I
A brooch recently made constated of a border t
of gems arranged in skeleton setting ROWELL'S.'lito .
about a straw colored diamond weighing over
77 carat i
A new gentleman's ha an unusually ,
large cat's eye set In a bed of diamonds (1b i"/. '" '
Several thousands dollars would not pur D
chase thin trinketA 00 ala GoIIUJaIUJ

unique hairpin i* ornamented with a
large ruby surrounded by diamonds and
a, t rubies alternating. A rich effect 1*obtained
from this combination. H. ." CORPORATE]

An odd ornament for the hair represent a
pray of orchid formed of small diamonds. -) (-
Each leaf may be detached from the stem and
8 used to ornament the dress, CAPITAL STOCK $500,000.00

A silver envelope partly unfolded, into
which four tiny silver mice have found their ,\ .
way and are nibbling at a dull finished silver
visiting card i*an odd card receiver. ( 'I'r,:' n'illS COMPANY U now prepared to sell Stock
t., JL or lou 40x100 feet from flu upwards, and located
Conspicuous among recent novelties in r at the ''N'est End1 Ocala. .
diamond Jewelry is a rose in full bloom chasing One share of block of One&WI
formed of a combination of hundred of small Dollars trill be gitvn ten eontiguout lott MilOO feel.

diamond, the leave being so arranged that .... 0 .n For further particular call upon or address I
from under the folds of each scintillates a gem. Geo. S. Mayo, Grn'l Mang.,

Jeweler's Weekly a No. Marion Block, OCALA Fr s.


Wood workers using s. a \ ImdwlSfebWEIHE
wood preservative. It 1* sail naphthaline to leave the I. .. .... _. _... ...._ .
wood dry and with only a faint aromatic

M I Professor lUley the entomologist, baa discovered .. r ;' iI I :,r C, t. .' ,'
insect which boot; and f. .. j',, .
an preys upon f 1 .. \. ', '
shoes ,It can be destroyed by a vapor of Li '. \Watch Clock
sulphide of carbon. Jeivoiry\

Nearly every kind of glass, especially that I ,
containing manganeee, i* liable to change i! I
color by exposure to sunlight Heat will restore I i I
the color, however. -' LINE!

According to an English barber frequent :

washing of the bead will produce baldnl'fil.DOt.btr1mPort.a .., ..... -<>- I
w w w.w".swan Mw..w.
is the u* of fancy t toilet Agent soar in causing*In shampooing 1&Llnl'CII A ;: 'WN-L A WN LOT Repairing: a 'Sl)(. cla1ty.0 ;
; the bead. A good brush and comb are sufilcient I t
to.keep the bead clean YOn I LOOK : ron -
A mixture for the removal of old varnish I
has been patented la' Germany by a Mr. $25.00. : $25.00. LOCATED( ON WEST SIDK
Meyer. It i*obtained by mlxiug five part ._.....M...........,............................ ......:.. --____. ___..____. OF SQCABK ImI.l.B8)- ;
of 86 per cent kllicate of potash, cue of 40 iI I
cent sodA|lye and one of not amnxmiao ......
per '
(hydrochlorate ammonia). : 'fr: OFFKH :TTs'i!i ()j.Trf ol[(I!!THIRTY II DAYS i i! ONLY i! !.EwN. LAND TITLES !I1
A mortar which it 1*claimed will stand in ._.wiI.'ll.I5...... _..._...._......................,_..._..... .....N....._ ..._......"..... ._..... w..N ..__...___
: all aorta of weather i*made of one bushel of :
unslaked lima and three bushels of sharp sand
to which Is added one pound of alum mixed ADAMS
with one plat of liiueed oiL The alum will The first f m the field I New Serai-Tropical addition to the City of Ocala I Anderson's new addition AB8TBACT ooSiPANYI :

counteract. the action of treat.ou the mortar. adjoins the Semi-Tropical Exposition grounds. Three hundred lots now offered at 825 each, for thirty days I Itt -
The uses of the cotton plant aro developing only. The property is elevated ami overlooks the city. South street is now being graded to the property.

I rapidly the. Formerly the utilized.fiber of Then the the blossom trod The proposed "dummy line," when completed, will add 100 per cent. to the value ot every lot. Lots can be 7f1EP1.ACE0 JET THE FACtS ;

began wu. to supply' large; proportion of the paid for on the installment plan, desired No commissions, no agents ; buy direct from owner. The editor I -.-....-, I','
"olive oil" and "lard" the country and of the BANNER will select) lots for non-retsidents. "Get in on the ground floor." Plat can be seen at office of

w.DOW toMI&ta1Ia are found to bo cheaper and II. L. Anderson, or address II. L. Anderson Lock Box 125, Ocala. Fla. Omc, : OCALA Mocw .j.j3J
better than wood for paper pulp.
a3m ,
A Swedish scientist claim to have discovered

by which the sucrvt mean of he art1J\cl&llYllt'tritying loel1ttvN| edifice may wood be, W. W. CONDON'SI THE OCALA HOUSE. E. B. RICHARDSON

built of wood and converted Into stone At
present the coat is about 1500 per cubic inch, New Jewelry Store 1 1I -THB-
r so thai the diaoovtry doe not promise an intmapedtate I Finest Livery in the
revolution in building. City
Shines replete with everything in

: DRESS FOR MEN. his line. Call and examinefor The Leading Hotel of the City -0-
AtP4..mlvnlft.t. ,
Strings for :Muslcal Instruments a
Fancy worsted:effects are r .turuL Specialty.All sine
t The medium wale In diagonals will be in Work on repair ol Clocks and] hatches GEORGE McKAY, :

the lead and many wide wale will be sold. Guaranteed Rheinauor's Old Stand UNSUKPASSED IN APPOINTMENTS TO ANY IN THE STATE! ARCHITECT AND BUILDKH)
The new shade will be on the grayish dtC31.am ,
order, running from a black to a cream color. DESIGNS AND ESTIMATES

in vogue, pwtkue I -FuralUied on, AppUcatlooOCALA.
tr Warsohotgreatly! very extrava

,, There are snore small neat patterns shown, Repainted Inside and Out]! Omcs-Rraivutca : : Ol'lllp an both in stripe and check, In gruyi&h materials Resident Dentists. Jt
that will take well MERCHANTS" N.\nO ULB\NlC BUILDING TIARtrl
". ,Trousers say coming to'''I wide that the OCALA FLORIDA .:31aS \
question, whetbir' the gentleman or lady All branch of dentlfrtry Teeth Ailed and
0hki take the lead in ascending a stairwayis Mwerrod. K Mill. A ril drtal wti from one woth to a fullrt.ftrkty REFITTED; ,
further, from a settlement than ever flm-cUm. JenUutry at moderate price -&ULIU IX_
,Jbe clothes worn by Little Lord Fauntle- 'TOOTH TOWDKK' A STBCULTT
' roy,(in Mrs Bornett's play have been freely -I OF FURNITURE
copied by manufacturers, and one of the
feature of the season In children's g\xxl will

; be Lo this. .d suit and(tola?are some of the patterns ofJPI'kIt One >fine Devonshire For Sale.cow also l one pew BEAUTIFUL LAWNS AND CROQUET GROUNDS THIT :lUlU 8roca 1.IPlCTlos AID LOW or'Pfca.Toga :CoXPUn

trcver*Obi sh Tn. The Wipea and double surrey. Latest style. One new .. apt
Xecks are wide, the shades light and ecru. topside bar baggy: one new Horace L R rCtlax. _
t, Others are more subdued, and will have a Johnson spindle and one new two wheel --1-1t" FCLLER 4 CI1.tCJI.&tCII.C",
teadkr sale.-CtotWsr and F1WaherriJ road cart, also one pair well matched
DL'TlSrs.'pedal .
t medium siied young mules aha '

i foftbaby a. pxpsrau.- good driving and work horses'for also sale several at Fo..Tniu ArrLT TO : i I : ;:1. M. TI'AY1rB, Matson Ooldplata aa.eDt1oa, &nd aU vasttlii S-? }
.,' = t W' ) excellent saddle poaiM to the DentAl A .'
-"ct boll Terr low trices: for e* h. E.Boor, OCALA .LOBIDA. ja a1.. IZh'al'UoQ tt.01 au&eeUl.a4, 1aiate. rt.1 the ,
anus, .>&Lona! Ban. Offlcr
and iblttd Urery A Sale Stable .tgr0gI ltallding. :oe hi;grtrtS

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