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 8, 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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,. S OCALA, FLA. FRIDAY, MARCH 8, 1889. .

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BUDGET OF HOME NEWS Judges for the 1000.00 Prlto l-'lorlda'M Big\ pivot l. Hntf'1rrhl1l111.. CITY & CO IT' XT V

I Offered by Hon John F. Dunn.In A gentleman in Goal Is in receipt( of lOJ'nKZnu HOTKU: March 7-K. 11. DIRECTORY
Hays" F. M. Hamburg. South Carolina ; : \
C. L, Bh'lN G EK.niy Editor._ II'Or,1anct'lIh the wishes Lake, the following letter from California \V. J. Atwood, Boston Mass.; H. L. An- -- '

=- '- =- I Sumter, Citrus! and Polk counties entered which show t.iat BO far as growing dtTson, Dr. K Van hoot!, city ; A. K.: CITY OFFICERS

Go to Sanders'! and get a box of 5'-cent to contest for this. special premium, orange Is concerned, Florida stands tl'ilesMiss! llattu-Sherfy Hawrhorne, Mnjor--Dr. Thou. I'. iAry
cigars for U.II President of the Semi-Tropiral F.x- \' (flork-t A, nall.et.Marshsl4 ..
as without a rh'al1Illlaoslt'rn'orM : Fla.; Miss WHfonl ; Mrs: \ 1 Atwomt to:; IUU.Col .
Y" don't; you call: on "Y";the jeweler )4sitiun.| I npi'oint the f"UO1I1l] ? gentlemen and son, Boston glass; J. F. Gu.iger: Dr. \Its-tor-F. IMi;>ilMin..
dSfeb tdGaint'8'i1If' : II. \\ Long, Maru-1. Fla.; I H. II. OI'USSWa. CAL, Feb. ::8: J 38819.) C. n. iougal, Penn. W. .\. Maloneyferuandina '. .'Il"l'r-IJ.) l;. MolvrrTrvamirvr y'
Irvine Orange Lake Fla. James lUrri. S Ocala Ha. : John -II. K Miomlen.lrrkl .
; George Mayo, Fq, ; l'npt. l'lnt', Newport '<1ent of (fouuoil Jno. .K. l>unn.llownl .
made an exhibit to-day of Citra Fla.; A. L. Hihelbeiyer, Ocala, DRAB FIR :-I have ju"t received your I Ky.; J. R Gibbons, tA'f'"hur. f'la.O of AMI'rln.'u. F.Puaa, t:. N. Agnew
I' home made aagon.andacreditableone FlA.; Dr. S. W. Moody Ocala, Fla.; Prof. hostal' which was sent to Cleveland, O.I 'ALA. lion. Mardi 7.-1. B. lh'4l. J. T. laneater John:: t Knwcll: K I I. Hoot, K.d.
11 is too. Whitner, State Agricultural College smith i II.V ('Vion.lliT: I 1. HMWU and W.U. Matsshall.
; have paid my taxes on the proj>crty Held, Philadelphia ; 7.. V. Freeman .
!' ;on't i fail to attend; t ;auctiod. tf lion. I* 11, Wombwell, Commissioner kt Silver Spring Park, and have the reelelpt GitlaI1 U Paterson, MndNon, f; (I. t'lIlIlllIr, 11I t'C.t"r-W. T. Rlna.z

Agriculture; C. K. Merrill editor of for name. About what are gro\e ardman[ J. H. Kellogg" New \ork: ; COUNTY 0111<'lCI-RS.

: Dr. Middleton the champion glass ball Timts-l'-nion; F. E. Harris editor of Belt tracts at tho Park worth now' W. S. (inlll1. Ualtlmore i: F.. K hotter, tYmnly JuIal"--IlII'Ia.I'\\ 't'mlluhJ.

shot of the United Mates, will be I the attraction ER. The boom in California has busted Jr., Martin, Fla.; .\. IHggins, Dunnellon ; County ClcrkU' A. \1er.A.'rJ. .
, at the Exposition on the 20th of It Incomes 1It'1 1Mrtllat judges be long ago. Every thing !. ,'dead here. J. J." Edwards: Atlanta ; W. H. U'ilkin; 8herltrE.'C.I B Intone. '

March. appointed now for Ihe.l premium of $1,000 San Diego ia trying hard to' get'' up..a aop.ralatla ; :\\ Daxlater, Now York ; .lIl'Ctor-lt.. (1..:T.:IIalht"W'snmann."'.. ('1lra. ,
ofWed by Senator Dunn so that the but California Alfred I s.iratinir" Bast'l.it. .
A boom no go yet ran Mrs. Fakes, Treanurer-' K. I'Tlm.hurlnierulenl
white man, flourishing dangerous various county exhibits can \bw recorded never compete with, nor raise as gout z >iland i )Ir. and Mrs. K. IVterwon, Miss. | ; of IMbllo tnrtniotlon-M 1..
looking 3S calibrer Pililtolf wa ranui yesterday from time\ as to their continuance ,,"c., Florida For enough rain Mrs. IV.:T. Ualrd Philadelphia 'arne, Klemlnifton. +fCS QM.
as IVteruon
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also ofl,\ F.Tratuhum ,
drunk. ; for the prize is not awarded until the will al"'a116 the trouble here. 1't lIn.. John J. Johnson llrooksville. M. II. Uovi, K. Ii. IVrriu, W. r. Wittanmtui. -
_ clp!*eofthe Lxpooition: as i per the following If people here can get a tree to grow Fla.; r. 11. Taylor, New York ; C. M.Mvidson : t
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Lake county always to the front in announcement in our premium lift : so that it looks like a tree, they make a 1 Cincinnati, Captain I. D. Mc. tint 1 lie In(every'ollllt1 month CoiumUKloner: meet the Unit Mon- a 1'

her exhibits, pent up four tar-loads to replenish Grand capital premium of ".000 in bi;: to do about it, and use it for an ads! Connell, CincinnatiV.: ; 11. Palmer, School lUxirtt-F K Itarrii. t H. T. Wartmunn,
and enhance the abundance andy caIJhi given bv Hon. John F. Dunn, President \ertisoment. The climate ia tine and New eonltt Cohen, Jalnesvllle ; N. &'hnt1, M. H.:' Mom-r" A, K. Urtntu. I I'. I.. DurlMK
of the Merchant National Bank of Hrhntl. Hoard meets tint M<>uJ"y In every month
beauty of her displays. that is all I (-8nlt'e! that In. tine. ner, Mrs M. A. Watts, N. II. Mather,
--- Ocala for the best continuous county RewprclfulIs I yours, Cleveland ; 5,11 Munn: JIII.J.. Munn, COUNTY DOARI OK HEALTH. ,

Mrs J. P. Duval.) a Tallahassoean, is in !general exhibit. Premium to be paid nt \V. II. HOI1U i'lvX.' Montreal ; C. :M. Cooper, Jacksonville ; l'rl'lI1ott'n'-tlr. T. 1'.I r.aryht .
charge.: of the telegraph otlice. :Mr. D. close of Exposition. ( Marion county debarred __ _0- B. t. Stowe and wife, Brooklyn, N. Y.; >crvtary-('.">t, t:. It. Kli'l.iinlin.MfnilHT > '.
from competition) The judges .-Dr. l II. A. smith Authoiir, |Mea[ .n.
Governor ricmlni
came here from 1'untt .iordn, where he Opinion James L. White.
M.S. M w<<" And 1> II. I Irvln. ,
will the
please' meet in Exposition office' ho Hcml-Tropical. ---
was operatinitho keys.
Wednesday afternoon March 12th Governor Fleming 1 expressed himself; Don't fail to attend the auction. If BOARD OK. VRADE. ,

t i Don't fail to attend the auction. tf GEORGE: WJJ-"ns, as being Birprbel at the magnificent enten.. Services.- -- --- I'rwiHeiH K.! I'nf.ld mt-F. )ImitnN <. A. \\'caiUera.Kecrotar .

o I'rt'Ki.lent. display at Semi-Tropical\ : Exposition: | / -\\ In. Fez.It.U'Jouiiuvvruors'A..
Mr. Julius Brown and wife the parents -- and" especiallywith the tine exhibit I There will be Lenten I t'rvk't\tirlu'e' ; I' Man Jr., C. ;IMielnmuT -
of our Magnolia! sfeet grocer, :Mr. Police Court Dots. Jno F. Dunn J. II, Uvlmplou, U.A.
made( by the Florida Produce Manufacturing };} i>n Monday, Tu ,dayand \V lathel'S,11'm. Fox and 1 H, \\ Moody,
: I. Brown, arrived last night and are March 5th, 6th, 7th and 8th-Tobv! I of where Thursday afternoons at 4:30
Company, Lcesburg, \ : p.m., ASSOCIA-
making (their son a visit. Cato. lining profane and. obscene language .
t, may IJI'I found various kind. of Florida I and on Wednesday and Friday evenings)
!, fine }:'J; cots I Jl .3o. ; TION.
: We are under manyobligations; to the JIUllt'llIinNI.n. ,drunk and disorderly, preserver, also wines, 'iierlumerieH (made and 7:30.:: ___ __. __ VrtuMenlH. Wllmer.

d great Southern Music House of Ludden fine t2: ; costs $1.35: from native }tlantstoilet" ) waters, cordials., I xpoHtllon Dance To-it ighti VUt> Tn-nuU' '.it-E..t. Itelon-"t.Htiit'tary .
for several of musicof etc. Thin display| proved highly litter.tilleNIUtla .. and Tn''..wcr. -I nuIFox.:.
& Bates pieces new .
Richard Glymp, drunk! and disorderly esting; and many were the i IXJVPIH who! delight to trip the light lt.Mtr of Mn-itir/ J.I T I ancHitor. IwaoHte'
which they are the publishers. continued on Mb, fine f.l: ; costs .1.3. asked I by the Governor and his artv. fantastic toe can he accommodated by lao. HMWII, Vt KiMul\ I. A. E. l> loiK (,| Its 1>. B'LachartM
---- 1lIkeIuran.: ( w) drunk and disorderly Mr. Serge Matyran, the general ing 10 the Imposition, building to-ti gut.; and K, A. Uurfonl

Don't fail to attend the auction tf fine $2; costs $1.10. the company, is in charge of managerof the exhibit Colby'n.. Military Orchestra will furnish OCALA RIFLES.
----- Pa<*quelle Trumbo, (w ) drunk\ and disorderly I the music. "111'11111\-4'1"11. A. N.llh.
Mro. James lleilly, of New York City, and clearly explained) the many' First I.letitenanl) U. M<"Colinell.hiteund : .
fine .
(2 coKtsH.10.Dave \ I
and one of the pleased property ownersof ; different proceteH of manufacturing Mrs I'mctor'n I'citHlnn. LliiiU'itaiil I \VlUlunn..
Silver Springs" Park, is in the city and Oledjje: .lighting: tine fJi; costs these various articled! which are made Forty Member |

will visit the Park to note its progress. $2.25.:; exclusively of Florida products. The New Orleans Ti>Mt-I) llcra/l4l\\'" FIRE COMPANY t
Joe Simpson, drunk and di orl!.crly, -- -- -- that !Mrs. Proctor, widow' of the l late 'hh.r-T. 1) anraitor.

S. Pancost, of the well known tine $2: ; coats $1.10. The Itniiiicr Indorsed Richard A. Proctor has received a dispatch F"rt'11i510 M5n1t'e Khelnniifr.Hr .

i' Philadelphia commission firm of Pan- Ruben Hills', drunk and disorderly, announcing that Queen Victoria in .. t s.dstanlIsn.1'olkSecond amUUliC W. U. Mnnhall.KiTflary .
cost & Griffith, is in the city and will interview fine |3; costs $1.10. BKOOKSMIIE: FLA., March 7, 18HO. pursuance of amemmoiial l signed by a --; 11, M allot t.Twentyiiv .

' our prominent fruit and truck Peter Cotton drunk and disorderly, / K. llarri, kola, Fta., number of eminent men, !has grantedher ; ni uDtxra., r

growers. fine $3; costa $1.3. DEAR SIII : Nothing could be more a hit list IHMIHIOH of f500 Per year. HOOK AND LADDER COMPANY.
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Jno. 11. McIntyre fighting (5 costs
consistent than putting up a Southernman -- 1'retlilfiitAt.rain IVlnaTKoremanUllki
( Don't fail to attend the auction. tf $1.35. The Gainesville AVror.of March 7th llmiti.
... for president in 18i 12. Your editorial
Jno. Gadson, fighting, line $6 costs spuaks in Lightest terms of thehofpltali- I AwlirtanlflU. JUthar : ; of 4he :5th has the right Democraticring
< ; Redman well known in Ocala tiifbilcra.TULULA
Mr. Jos. Twenty
y Vt .
)< $1.35. I ty tendered their! ..oger IJnVtl" by the :
who has been absent for several Hasn't the Democratic party LODGE NO. aa I. O. O. F.
; ,. i years ,
John Thompson, (wt) !using profane andobscene : Ocala Rifles on their late visit.
''YJl:: .'has returned to his old home, and this .language fine $3 cusU $1.10. todied to the North long ei. ; I
", if the Northern Democrats w ill bland by
J time for good, u he says there is no fighting W. H. Challle. N. :Moses Boyd, fine $5; costs Southern 'I he South is entitledto Are our citizen aware of the fact that
a man. .
like ) W. M. l'bUIII..tll'eta" tAll
place | caa. need
It $1.10. the nomination in Ih'.i2' '\ : mid if shedon.'t our gallant firemen are sadly in of vlnitlDK brother cordially Invite'l.yOCALA '
late of Springfield Huben Hills, drunk and disorderly, it it will be because the Southern funds ? Let us come to their rescue andrelieve
,Mr. A. E. get CHAPTER NO. 13 R.JA.JM.H'la : .
r but now of Buckalew Heights where fine $3; costs 110. Demotrats haven't grit enough to their.pressing' necessities.Iresident ( ('...pter, No. 1.4, R. A.I. Convocation:
Peter Cotton drunk and -----
& opposite Dr. J. C. Forme's he has coin- disorderly, demand it. first Monday inghtln every inonth.
%pfeted tine residence, made us a fine $3; costs! $1.35. Wilson is enthusiastic in his ii. W. luau If, r.

t business a very call yesterday.Don't John 11. McIntyre, fighting, $5; costs DcnlMijr.Thone efforts to make Ocala Day at Jacksonville J. N. Fascia, HtcreUryCHRISTIAN.
. ".35. memorable. lie HiiirgestH that we
i..llIlI.c.. d,-nriu work would find CHURCH. '
auction. tf John Gadson fighting fine iJ costa ; with band, militia and tirejicn.
the ;
fail to attend ; go up}
it to their inteu. st :10 call on the dental in numbers wllisurprise Ilic 1)llICh.I| hold Hiindny School and 1 .n>iMal
$1.35.: _________ ____ firm of Fuller A; < '1..& I -Mr. Jno. B. Webb the manait.roltheOcaJa Baby Day at the Kxposlllon.Thutwlay fitted for with the Jackson villo's oldest inhabi} aiM prriu-liiiiK at iilKlil 5 t rt K>itar hour 1111'>lpravtr
Standard Lime Co., works located iii| tant. Ity lull m.'ans let us not forget( meeting every nl.ieiHUy nlgbt All are
March 28th, has been fixed very latent improved instruments! and Invlto'l.;
fat Kendrick, took the noon train for :March lath, and .be in the soup.' '
by the Exposition management for the all the comliirts' of a large city. Ir PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.
them first claw article -- -- --
v Tampa tor duJenfecting to give sanitation and calcimin- "baby contest. The two handsome Chace has iKt-n in the practice, for 20 The editors of the HANNTR regret that Itcv. W II. (IOTWAI.I, 1'aMor.
c dresses given by Mr. Cha.s. Uheinauer in Cedr lie', Key Weht and the
I Ing) years at the 'hour when stomachs mostly yawn Habl>alh wnrlcw II I *. M awl 7 p. M. Kimdayhchool
A" _- -_ are now on exhibition their Htore. Manama Klamls. Teeth inserted with- ((1 J p m ) and they dad. gone hence to at vsl:: a M. ; Wtxtntwlay. evening. Utcturoat7.m.
.': This office returns thanks to Mr. J. W. BABY PKIZK.Handnome out platen where them H no roots. and till the al'lainlt0101 and stomatic vacunun :: ,. Heat fr T. Die I'UbllccordUlly liiTlte! .

: ... : Key West, for a box: of his lace dress valued crowns are attached, to roots. of the large Mr. E W. (Grccnslitt, the accom- EPISCOPAL CHURCH.KIK. .
at $40 to .
celebrated cigars. We shall puff them jaw teeth as well RIO the front. )lliallt,1 editor of tho Tavaren lltrnld, acC -
be awarded to the
i handsomest baby, C. (WII.MKB t Hvctor.herv .
by the -- -- ,
eatisfaction equalled
'f; with A only Mnpanieil by his charming better-lnlf?
fifteen months. old and under.CHILD ; : ,
Tho FIrst National Hank.We '\lre M every Hnnday at 10:1.Ii.< : .. and 7.1p.
? that around the facet
smile played
nappy and Mr. N. W. Kennedy; editor of tin m., standard (trite. W'rts( free mnnlay School l
of the genial gentleman when he proffer- PRIZE. take great .pleasure in referring to WindhaiJi County Stnwlnnl. Conn., and at 8 p. ID., \'. 'II. Chsmbrnsutsuprrlntendetd;. : | ,

,a red the rich Havannas.to Handsome pink Faille (o'raneaifll'Hr'M, the statement made by Mr. Alexander his cinating wife, mails 11'4" fraternal' -- -

/ \'alnecll\t $50, for the handsomest child :Mclntyre, cashier of the Fii "i Nttiotial: I cell. Tin yam in the city, melting tin Notice to Ocalit 'I'". .Payers.
\ fait to attend the auction tC. from fifteen months old up to three years. (Bank a.. to i iU! condition OH published\' in Iikn coii'it, ). i!; J.. :-- The following are the names of the yesterday's DAILY UAKNEII: and lh. burnjier.' Havln/ 1'1""" inttuiiU'l' I bv the city
tr This is Lake County Day, and the jildgtMr : weekly of to-dav.. It makes a pplend d __ .. oui.cil: tn hHMCR. all real nd (HTsonalprc

?*. crowd bat came iu to day is largeST C. 11. Benson, Lake Weir, Mrs. showing and all connected with Us hun rinat Cliroiicllc.CITHOMCIIK. | '*tI ,' xif' ,*i i to to xuti >n ti at i H with

enough to make a Semi-Tropical audience K. 11. f Swam: Anthony' Mrs. C. T. Gib- tlen.atJ\.emaI18\t..mt.nt\ may well feel Maith 7th, IhSO.!' III the <'ty limn. at MM 'mu vtihu, noticeis
r' In Itself. Oh '' l Lake is a honey. Her Brahawvillt' I). {r.1. lnr.l.v >'ie.o .u. all p'HOiM ownin
SOS, ; Irvine Orange proud! of iU line of deposits| winch Tit Site Klttor ul".r:
lirls are fair and sweeter than the wagon Lab L. M. ( real rotPti. or .i-rno'ial pioj>ertv, within
; Captain Thayer, Ocala. amount to $253,712.T:? ). |
Itegret to SH that the residence of :MrF. .
'load exquisite roses that her noble1'"citizensbrought Judges are r.-quented]' to meet: at the y tin city finals of Ocala 'to call at my ''jI
,, with them this morning. Exposition building Thursday, March A FruciiH. Vallelv was inpletely( 11t'l\troYAoI.l this oilier within thf1..1It twenty. days I andgive
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morning In .fire Jlothe tire origl l.
of all
J.' \v. lawyer, one of the leading: mer- 2Mb, at 2 p. m. John Gadson and John II. McIntyre, anted! i is nut known livery: ellorton! tht then me A complete lts description valueotherwia

'!; chants, of Key We...l. and a late visitor The28th: will bo a happy day for mothers gentlemen of color, arrived at a misunderstanding part of the iniizliboring: inhabitantssut ll.r.hs'rtvanti|> ;
and the winsome and it is I shall,, assess and value the same leg the
w>e one
80 pleased 1 with the sub yesterday afternoon about made but without the desired etlect.( I Iis It
Jn ; ) that it ill be made the
w most
pleasant live o'clock in the : ,
,'ttant growth of Ocala and impreeedhrilfi SjxMn-er building not k'IO1I'et what Mr. Yallelr will :Miller
block J) K MrlvEiu
memorable of the
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Uta Ifuturf, that he offered the one Exposi occupied as A baiberehon! winch miMindersUnOinj do, whether to build la new dwelling or -
tion. The.. ronlet is to the world. City Tax: Assessor
EMetliodisl church $iKi: () cash\ for their lot open I :: indui-nd Mclnt re. to seize a It'avo for unot !her locality. .:. i I'. ---
opposite and eat of i lie market. $bOO (iswbat Don't fail-to-attend-the- auction-- tf : dealt bay rum Ix.ulw, wi, t t. whirl he ._--- rayed or Htoleii.

$ they are asking; for it. I bin antagonist a cutting blow o\er Ready for Work. weeks ohl bull
large with two
wow a -
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the and fm, rh" ad
eve have
Eipusltlon Note i causing a bloody I a competent workman now in calf. Both Parscroplerl. The animal' U
Don't fall to attend the auction. tf i ) wound. After p
ghastly Galleon 'had his my shop. All kinds of harness work
There 'il1loe l a dance at the Exposi: | i. wound sewed<< he got a Khohgun and done with neatness and dispatch.xnich 'half Jersey, half Ayrshire, and foimer y

,r'? The Nellie Walter's company presented lion to-niuht, from I 8 to 10 o'clock, in I stationing\ hlmleit in front of the building ltd 2tw'* Titf. .IIITtf. ly the property( of Capt. Keep, dex: '.a e
>:: last evening/ and for their farewell honor of Lake county. No extra charge, invited ,hU late assailant to come ---- --- -.-- on Orange l.ak. Suitable reward will
11 ;niltbt'YJuleorBetween: ; the Flashes," for dancing. Admission! as usual. 25 I forth from his cover and h.. would}. t both Notice. !let given for her return to owner, F. Jo:' -
Harris. Manner otfioe. IdM
'rtt> not eo large an audience, but certain- cents. [perforate and vvnlifclu. his. Ilh'JoIil'al i All tickets to and from the ExpositIon : ,

rat'.;My as appreciative any that honored I
-tue.; actress, during their. stay with their tree, three mangos, five avocado jicar ; the mean time the officer of the law 81"| ('0.. 1H.: hardson] and T. I D. Lancaster The 11 nest aril best of

presence. The |lay was a good l one and trees ont Kappodilla tree and other tropical i..eared and put them both under arrest. must! IM used on or before March 10, trees for the least rtuonev varjety to I lie had orange of
J. W
and splendid acting. The Misu has fine collection of r.4 D. W.ITE. 4.
Station for eve.) Thompson a the mayor's court. new tickets ting issiml.K. l.
,' .company go to Orlando. Key' \Vent exhibit*. -. -.-.. .- :. HOOT.K. w8fMbtd. Itelleviow, Fla. rNot
*\T V ) '*" ""-- PUnt City ii j gettiniup more exhibits. A Treatise on '\'t'IIn'eYl"r.. :. H. Hit imARpsnr.nS bat IUI1 of Ponies.

..IM) )tr. DuPree Hod/e, one of Elmubstantial. : I'lurky :!+Nuinter received two car loads Revs 1 R! H.Tvner, of Plant City Fla. dot T. D. 1.ll'AIT! e
\ .. Mr. J. W. Pearson ilrsireathe F.
;rqpd' .. jirttgrtrtive and provsp of exhibits yenurdav."' CommiHoiuntrBarwuk : the noted yellow' fever and -- public
roos, ttuik farmers, but also repre- i i is a host in himself, | and although practitioner through expert| the sueceswful lastepuleiltie Fresh 'fish Iud Ilomoitassa oysters know that the Texas }poniea ho has for l

seating tnp reputable and reliable com- ju.il up (rom the kick bed, "gets ha just' completed a fresh daily at Courtney' market 5mtht Male are not the "bucking" kind that are
missioa firm of hare, Cox &: Urie, of there" every time. and ---- ---- wen on the streets! of Oc ala. glfing their
JPhiladelphia; and :New York returned ProgrtrMuve, Lake county receives acquisitions fever, giving practical treatise' of the on yellow A Breast pin Lost.A I riders the grand bonnet, act, in sendla

t to-day from South Florida, soliciting for to her present elegant display I nature, symptoms a synopsis, treatment and causes, round (gold lady's breast pin will them through the air like a di.schAr1f'JI''

11ii firm: and reports in the low lands, a every day. cauuoni to be used I its pre- coral setting The finder will be .ulta- rocket The kind he nelb are u gentle

t "14 bit rWef water and greatly retarding Tweoty.three prospectors left for HomocasM I I who desire the prevent work can apply spread.All to. bly rewarded by bringing it to thia M doves, and warranted round of limb

01'tMJt farmers In their ppt rat ions. Dannellon and Crystal River the author. Price, $1 office _d7mar2t and wind. r..MS dew t.d. y ; .

... kl. ) r;iiod .'. first visit to that vaunt last nIght over the H. S. O. & (J 1C E.YONGB & C') The Ocala Plum The Red '

Wand by comparison, he thinks Marfel Secretary Clarke paid all the military The fire engine and hose cart are now bere. Call and examine? their fine tock tbe to Orocery, Magnolia street r- ,

eoanty, the garden spot of the State, prix e March 6th." They amounted to domiciled in a vacant stall in the city' and set rood work at .reasonable price place bay IJ. your fcrooerie ;

.tf''i'>.....most desirable Unlive In. $525.: market. A splendid place! for it. d31declm d 31d clm Zo.tt.1I.uJ..u.l"9prietor." '

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OC..fLA, FLA g. s...* MARCU.8889.L.- rftc.. ._ Editor SILVER of.SrKiNustJ'AiiK Manner': March 4. 1959.! ) National Hank' I Lalilc Hotel

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-- -P., E.- -HARRIS, Editor, !might Thinking be acceptable a ,few items to your In letter numerous form Of Ocala Florlilsi." afieillauef! s

'I readers, we will endeavor to the best of .
At doso of business February 2(5th( lsrit'.
our Abilities. to ,give a Northerner's opinion
fLIMore of this place and its surrounding. ESOURCE: !:! I II. Ij

This is our Iiilit'illit to your beloved.l l/ian and diwounts.................... .. ... .!104r.VV j So. Lake Weir Fla.
State, and we have been here ju.! tonight, and tind o1lrtlcln'lhl'ttf'r t e. 8 IxMnlsti*Hcure circulation...... .. ..,fl4).ONt) (
Other ttm'ks, bond and irvirtKMcet_..... 1,643't:
than at any time during the la-t twenty < hue from approved reserve aeenis...,..., 7.41i.f2 Special Sale Sixteen miles south of Ocala ; on
years ; our appetite is good, and we arn i Due from: other National hank. 2tnfui.2: : + high 1>overlooking the wholeof
able to walk from tlve to eight; miles a hue from btate banks and bankers........ 6:59'LS:, > .
Real estate, furniture and nxturen........,. 21fi".U7Cllrrt"lIt \. Beautiful Lake Weir."
and if do tired' .
day we a little a good
ulot'nMt"lluld tau1Il.. ll1........,... \fIn.M
night's sleep' relieu-sall.\ We have l been Premiums i 51 ld. 3tstA,() .ifi)
able since \here, to work in our grove, t'(K-ckK Hiul other rash items. S,4TO.0: HCKS MEETS ALL TRAINS
.... ....... .OF'DRESS
and also to plant peat, onion, rsdifhex" I.Uor\ ether bRhk. %steklesandcents 4 qa S.16) ---- --

cabbage and iiotatoes the first woek of i bi.de Frost'11.5ercurrency....|.................... ...............,.......... atrll.oll Fine
our arrival an-l all are doing fine. | I l"'lal tender notci.,...-. T.ijOO.fK) Boating, Sailing, Gunning

.t oranges lemons bananas lien. We have l been told by Northern lUslcmi'tlon fund with U H...Treasury......... .... Fishing,
and rataina are eonsumetl i in the United I' ((6 jn-r l'enLof circulation .. 6G2 60Total

. ? 't l State world.* than in any other (untry In tile could people', bo vifsitlniz raised your but State panfl, that and if notliinn those\ ,| .. "+5,46to2 GOODS !I Terms $2:50: per day Reasonable

A same parties could visit' your Exposition| I LUHILIT1ES.; 11 11and
i at Ocala six of from :Mn' ncliUHptts Rates by Week or Month.
I An orange grove of 30,< (X) trees fo. to as us i I Capital\ clock 1..ldln.........t N), nn.OO)( '
be planted in Pomona Valley, Cul., by at' did last Saturday! and ha\'t' seen the Nnr dos fund( .M.. 3fi50.0f: Address .
; syndicate of Illinois ami Iowa capitalistH products of :Marion, Sunder, Lake, 1'anco, I rndlvldiHl' firofiU. l.Hfi2.1tNtl : : Cupt. W. If. laylor .
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'itrus! and other (counties as we IIt'Ctll..rn. nal bank floWs out rtaudlng 11.2..0.110Illvl ( .
,. It will be the largest in the world. <14'lIdli nnpald....-.-... 25.25 Manager.\
would have exclaimed Mll.1all \
f to check.... 107.t'\.l.Z.z: -y
r of us "well done," and only wish we Individualdriu.itesubject{ a,:sit (to Rates Jif and &i
A horse farm of 12o,000acrlvluearChay could see tits same at home. j Duo:to other National Hank*....:::::::::::: lMtOOIme 14illllcf Fine Broadcloth per day.
.,' sl, enne, W. T., ia Mid to be the largest in to State banks and bunkers-......... 1.02: Open All 1 Year.Wholesale .
.... ,,.' the world It requires 2(0) mile of wire I The stores, dwellings! hotels! etc ; in Notes and "Mil nMJIwouiited.............. 3,8fi5.0; > __ _

).f borscfl fencing, ,which with number 05 men to 5.000.look) after the I Ocala gro\es are inside beautiful and outside, also of the the orange city\ I Total. ... .. ........ ............'....I1N5,4ti9U2 50 and 45 inches wide, U.1ilthSEY & ro.0

limits. The militia and fireman at Ocala j j SI'ATKOF: FLOKIUA-CoUNTY' or MAKIOM, "04.: ,

{ Bellevlew Sparks would Ixi an ornament to any placeofits I, RIHIARDB VcfVlNSEU.. Csshlcr of the
and the the Killes is stove named bank, do xol anly swear that the SOc. .
Condensed items- from the Wade of size drilling! ol ex Nive Mati'metit l. true tu the best ot my knovtleitge. I. 90c. and $1. -- .
. the 7th : cellent. j KICK AUD' It McCONNKLI..
Mr. George II. Cone and wife have removed The llitlt.>rpnt pH| 'cien of wood on exhibitlon j| Canhler. & Retail
1 h to Ocala where they will reside. at the Semi-Tropical I, from ('jt. j 8ut>"M-rlbfd and nworn to before me this 4th Worth from 81.75 to SS.SS;

.' Mr. Charles D. Barnes", of80uthln ton, run county is something to l bj proud, of, I day of March, 1WJ.HAMt'EI.: D. McCONNKLI.. -DEAI.KRS: IX- w

:" SOn: ., will contribute $10 towards the an.lh I Is a Ifr4'atih'\ that capital: (mint I It.. III) Notary Public Crate: of Florida
5 f setting out of a row of Palmetto trees Im fiiind to establish" a first class: furniture h'R..I r-Attest: i'

around Ijfke Lillian to make the place factory, a 04 we see no r"AIilOIIlv! allkln.ti4 C.JOHN ItHsiNAfKR.F. DfXX, )yiHrtctorsVM. ; ALL WOOL Hllfllware t \ 1C&I1 OCCI/'IcS

, i beautiful and attractive. I of furiiititre could tuft !lH' tradeand \ AM: >KH.SO.MASTKIl'S : .-' (
: a ready paIn found at ifood !,!'Olil". ; -- :
.. A Good- Man- Gone.Mr. -- Every tllfllil remuiriH the. fame at the ; HAI.K.: COLORED HENRIETTA -0- 1 I
I Park with the ofthemarriatie ,
R. K. MtnbmiKh, a prominent farmer and exception :
I J of :Mr. W. I 1). HotliMell to Miss NDERANnHYVil4TliEOF A FINAL DE- OCALA, I I I II FLORIDA '
for many yean (i citizen of this ('ommulllty.dloil'at yesterday I U tree of I'On.'f.oMllre.d.d\ by the Hon. J. 3m 3t 4ei 1
born near Htufl'onl'i at one o'clock a. m. on Alice Gibbons, of Wisconsin Uov. J. Klnley,Judge of the Circuit ('ourt In and for .to inches wide .
the 2Mh. of K< bninryr oi a complication: :: of alldlneam. I Henry olli<'latlllL!. 'ir'j Marlon Coiintr, Fla on the 9ih day of February, --- --- --- ---- --
.... paraltuyn' of brain Iwlnic.. the prime I hope that the KxHwition: will ivty, wherein I wan appointed 1 Special Mauler In
cane aged f\ Lery Vounly Ti'''' | : HENRY )
a vertHlu cauet "
Mr. Limbsnuh had been for a number a "stioress and that visitors will be present i M. HOLM, tt a1. utmtnlstrators: \ of the estate of Palace jm) Store !
t of years a subscriber to tho BANNER ami from all the States.: I .THOMAS J. f'ASTKl'K! : d.>re,M>d, a* complain-. 55c.
Yours' ul>. and t4 iK: >KiK\V. LYONS: at, as defendant .
found him in all husiiu relations respectfully'AIT. ,
we our *, I will iilfer Ht Mibllc sale on
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tde Ill of ill front nl, the court hutiNedooi al Ocala, Florida"' ,
in d st terms
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within the legal noun, and nail to the highest bid -0- -
his manly character, bring intelligent., Orange Spring" III'CI'll'' der for cash. the foiluwtnii: described real propertv. : Worth SUM
sober moral and |pr1)grra4ive in IllS Occasional Corrt41ptu1derlce.Nature situated III Mitrlnti County, Florida to wit: WHOLESALERetail
e' thoughts and acta.t with lavished liiind,I JH dtrkiiig+) The east half of the southeast quarter of section ,
five and unrthwestquarter lIorthf&flt'i"arler.
I hill and vale 1\11I11IIt'aluw. Tim
largestmass section! eight all In towntihip fifteen Mouth, range
Htate Dental Annotation. lxth pine and! oak a- well at ttt-enty-thiwcHftt.containing one hundred and I)_
for twenty acrm, more or UiwFOKKMT
. The gentl.nnnaum'Kt4utgthert'putableand t orange, years L. ROBERTSON.

CliaecbelongtotheFlutidaSt.atmIental"t skilled) firm of dentists (Fuller tt demonstrates Our progressive) Florida's Capt. Harrrisuti capabilitieH.Tlirco tully. I Marl- S-|>eclal-. -Maxtcr.mitox. ...- Special Inducements in I Drugs !

. Association Dr. Chase in the founder yearn agoafterthegrPttt cold wave p.iiAKY, M, n MPVBLIC

of the association which will honor he transplanted a lot of eight; year old I -0-

Ocala with its presence on April 10th. seedlings. They will yield fruit in nutli- PHYSICIAN AXD Kl'KOItOS. Our Clothing and -ALL, KINDS OF-
} 1 while Doctor Fuller in the chairman of dent quantity to pay excuse of culture
arrangements to see that fie comforts I this year. 'Ibis is a beautiful demonstration Rooms, Agnew A jary's; Block, OfJAI.A.Twentywveii OILS
of the members of the distinguishedbody of what can be done. year's exi>erlence[ In Florida TOILET
are properly provided i for during I farmers are busy: preparing for the DIM.'AI I. d HiiSm w1a'iMt7lyPETEFtlNGRAM -ANDFANOY t
Shoe -
their visit with us. In the Doctor's next crop. They will\ plant largely/ of ----- Department

i handA the Association ran rest assured I corn'. and |potato"; putting in a fine crop ..,...........................................................".........N'" ARTICLES
it... their evory! want will IMS supplied. W"i I of king cotton.
trust the association will have a full at I Mr. George Hast killed tlfree jwrker :::::; :::::: -. In

'. tendance. /from which .he. gut :\SOO pouudu laid. He .................. ................. ............................, ............ Complete Stock I It
J ._______ has another that! will tip the wales at ........... .. .. .............
,' Report of G.: 8. Tulnier, Cununlsat 400( ) iMjund*. His brother-in-law, Note *+TAlLi: i; AND CUTTKHT'HO.M : *; C. Illieimcr kliro. t-0---

;''i "\ ....1' aloe Merchant NEW YORK of New, Mar.York.5, 188'J.Ileceipts '. surplus Winberly products does nearly, such as w'lhoth as bacon\ ; lard sell, ::::.-: ): i..!SiN: D I IitAICSi.OCALA! : :,.i{: : : .If( =:- Headquarters We handle none for Wall but the Paper finest and hiandi. ardeo of Cljars Seeds

t otatoes and \'t' etAblt'd. From Ion trees t o--n .
of Florida oranges cor tiuni" .. U91: vrniaiiT
Mr. Wiuberly to ship 1,000) "' ,
:w moderate. There art no steamers arriving expects I"i Hat received;: ; his Fashion TUtes: for Spring; ;:: --- -.-- -----
'- box 's. and Hummer, and tho first\ ('..II NIl iment ot : 8Qruu: : :
: to-day and only 1ft'w Invoices by ( | { j : : OC4U. ru
Except a few all give merited 1 Piece (Jools; ot the Newest. and Idlest. designs : : i i ..
cynuw, ._ Jan 3
all tail roUtl" Fine marks of Indian ... .. .....
; applause to Ocala ssiuvemful : and make of (cloth at prices to suit alt com- : .:::::::::.... :"B" I. ".
"'; "' SenuTropical ....., ........
:' river fruit are in demand and selling Itt Kxposition.; With such evidences uf .i..era....... ....... ...... ..... .........................................1. .1 I I ;
high! prices, from $3 tu $4 'per !box, according what be done in Florida ......... ........................... ...........................-......... ... ..
to size, quality and condition I can and work for Marion wu nuiht .....ALL1iRhSCUT; FROM MKABl'RKAlaol'leiiiiiiig ....... = Millinery Millinery !
Bright $2.50 to WOO;. russets $2.UO to expect| county'sgreat .S tK (.ENSp..Efl.RE. '
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2.76. future and make .her. the shining : ;; : ; ; ;; : Repairing;; i and Altering.; : llel .

Late arrivals of straw lorries mostly star. of the :South.: .?dii::;.s.luil.carry: ..any.Store.Clothing.: .'.. ,...SlAugtf! ..L i ........................--.................. ............... ..... I ........................................_..... :
Knmor of a !pleasant nature is in the : HAS TRULY SAID !i Out Milliner it at home 1 1j
l inferior and show wide I
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prices a ,
front 40<'tH. to 75cts. per quart. range ututosthere-rail} road magnets are uxx .......=. ... . ... =....... j ....................... .. ................... ; .. ..
t New vegetables from the South continue i |i' r and Gulf system this time. The certainty taken at it* ebb., lead on to fortune." I II : )
to bring favorable priers Fancy of a road in the near future is causing I ..... .. ............... . = .;
beans and peas 14.00 to $.).00( ) |>er crate ; II. P. EAGLETON, i :AND Ntlw i. \ Iy YUl'KCII: : VNf'E; ;, : a Full and -

1 medium "I.ito/ 250. Tomatoes }' .W I location.much interest The citizens and enquiry are putting about themHolvts our- ...r.-lealer in...._ i I! AND<}HA THE: "Pn rOKTUNK'ATONE IS VOl'KS.LISTEN. .I ............_............:....... .. ..........:. ..Complete.. ....:..........Stock.......:..H..of...................: :. :
to $3 50. Kgp plant, $1000 'to $14.00 JKT .. ...u.. . .. .: . ...... --
barrel 1 ; cabbage, $:2.50 to $::100 l ( llpnra- in order preparatory the event.weveral REAL ESTATE.Impruved I:, :.. :.. .;: FINE rILLINBRY.,
projects are now under I .
way. .
now arriving and selling from 112.00to
gus dozen bunche. The Mi'twrH. Cayon und Darker are erecting a I --:.- =::::::x: --Everything! Firstlea.--o ;'
15.00 per sea- .I. T::::::::: .
tine residence, and .putting wire fence ..._
and and
lion is advancing new vegetables are around their L. 11. Knocks and Unimproved. : : : i 0-0GOOI>80rAUAxTEED.o-o

in special demand for the line trade groves.dividing 40 .. ... .. ,. ...... '
l'Ol1ll'any| are acres of young LANDS. GROVES. ETC. .. .. :. .
grove into lots to bat purchasers. The I .
Savannah New. groves( are put in nice style. A. !s. c. -1- !: ......... ......,..................i.. .....i.......... .................. i: EHood&Nash.1eCord's t :

To GeorarllCrt'lIt.. i MR. tlxllAS Jl'ST STARTED FOR THE: ; .. .. ......... ........ .
The Northern press is inclined to WKIK: I'\ K. FI.() IUA. JiORTHKRX MARKETS AND WILL : ............ ........-....-....
think a uiirnclu has been |erforiiml in NUTICI: Odwlm I ... HUY A :"wilAi'i'1NO": .I ...BIG. ............ Old Stand PuDl1c. Oeal&, J'l.'

jeorgia.-was made An to build appropriation and furnish of. $1,000,000 a )State( ( "S International rectal and General and SeinlTroplcalI'.xpoHltIon DUIH fur the !i -STOCK OF GOODS= j .....................................................-...---

and house.furnished The b'tilding for leas httn ihan been the erected appro- March: ami Uurint.\prlt.I. the Months of 1. J. BROKAW, I ::::::::::::" :.:::::,1ND:wx. :svtuT. Hat. :::::::.:.::.::..:::: j jI I ::THE REDUGTIONI::

priation. IB there any Northern State It is agreed; between the ttnosengeragtlit -1-I I ................."................M................................... !. ...-..-.-............. .....................-.--
could have been done .. .....
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in of the F. H. A N.C'o. and the J. T. TIlE MARION COUNTY NUR. .. ..... .
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The comments of the :Northern press & K. W. Co., that on special county days ; WM I TO rUT TlI EM, 1 -
leave the Impression that there in't. .the r.llu'rAtt'S! obtain only for point SERYMAN. A / OF STOCK, I '
II ("lIANCI!: TO SilOTlI1\ r.

The 8tte hou-te is not a cheap ..If.ir.H from the territory of tune gi4en county -1-i I IOFFKR8 rp ; ...........-......................... _... .
e.. II a large and magnificent sttuctur. white on t'llt'rllllathe rates are good j; J_ IMKTOPKLL.THEU, i ........ .N ............._..__
being strongly! built and having every for any points in the State on those line*. TO TlIK PUBLIO A FINE LINK -- *".."...'-..
modern convenience. It will compare Lake County Dav) -March 8th. OF NURSERY STOCK-QRAPB .O..OME. .MONEY. .TO PAY: .FOR. .THEM.bo :. :........ MEANS: G60DS'"AT * -- 1

favorably with i-;tate hou*>s that have Putnam and Hillsboro Day-March VINES A 8PCIALITY.djanl52ui ... .. ..* It AND BELOW COST.
cost anywhere from $3,000,000' to 13,000.- 13th general 1 If you( want: anytalug in the \waT; ofDUES3 i -.--. ......-...-..... .
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materials 000. The and Interior finest iiimhlng workmanship is of the, bt'tlt and Sunder folk County County Day Dav-March-March 1 13th.19.St. AUUKBM. Antb-ny Fla. 1 ::..::::::::::::::....:: ::..:::: ::...:::::::".::::::::.:: ::::: --.T.. .........=:.

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the rarmture is noticeable for strengthand Augustine and Pasta) 1.). )'K. : l ) BLANKETS, i -r-
\>tanty. Columbia and State Agricultural College i ..
There :were no jobs In the Georgia Day-March '."'nd. A lecture of i :::::::::::::::;:: :::::::::: :"::.:::::::", :: :: ::::::::::::::::: .-...-i........................--...-...... ,

I I;tats house. The coniiuissioneni did agricultural and horticultural interest I "::::HARNETT HOUSE :::.:. I CTOTHINGOB -...-.... .......-........._-_- I,
their duty faithfully and conscientiously.They delivered Prof. Whitner in the : : TIIC
t; by : PLACE "
I are fair representatives of the people auditorium. ... .. : .. .. .. .. --.."-..----........ _
Exposition -1- : : : : i --.......... ... --
of Geogia.If Gainesville Day-March 26th. --.. -. ... '
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the people are honest their public Ion and Leo Countys' Day-March LEADINU 1\ITL.\K HOTEL OF- -' 1 i. 1 i t
servants are pretty certain to be. I':.).- 28th, general. I I ; : LINKAT j '1.-n.-;

t lie servants are no better and no worse Hernando County and Savannah Ga., SAVANNAH, . GEORGIA. -
than the people they represent. When 4th, general. VERY LOW: PRICES.- i j- ; (.

the esteemed Republican of the tall April 8th 9th and 10th will be devotedto -I- i i ..,. .. .:. ::... -..-......-......-...................... __

tower turns his attention to the Southagain the display of vegetables. U tt:7ltlC: : ::U..HTSArte ::.A\U:.liLLlaI +j i i : ....._. ........-...........
he might< make a comparison between and Nassau Days-April 11th, : tx>ME ARoVxix i iI
y the financial history of the Georgia general.Dental. I-- I : ....._.....N._...... j [: !! Wi f
$ate houMiand, that of the New Convention-April llth, Gen- BENJAMINI&jFOX!
York/Btate houtel at Albany, and extend eel lan Well Water Sliest Otn to all Depots Y.wM...V..r ,N.. ? ...y.brY. VM,..t.tI ,-" -" '.' .-....-.-- ..

the comparisony to the insople of the J. Oi CLARKE, G to. W. WIUOK I m- OCAUl, .. .. .. .. -. I
two St tear. f romf he standpoint of moral Secretary. President J RATES REDUCED TO 9s PER DAY -.I IF\ J t---: -I FLOEIDA
", "/.. I. n W. CAMfRKLt, Sr. Gen Manager. Tnebtt t : ---

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-This KxpoMtion, tucoiporated under tho laws ol the State of( Florida opened at---



j' : CLOSE MAY FIRST 1889. >'\ :

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;;, This will be an Exposition of I'omological' Hoiticultural and Agricultural products of Florida, and her Boila, timbers, \uxnls minerals and live stock. and in addition articles .t. (;;: a
t and products of general inter;.:-t I from all Mates and countries. Entry is open to the world for the display of Its products. No charge for entries nor ppacv for the product .v ....
', man\1facture-;; Florida. '
The United States Expciiment.il station for; improvement de\elopnient of products indigenous to this section has 1 been )located contiguous to our! e.\M>sition giTo ro\lntl\ c
!,' tE3''.\ invite exhibits of descriptions) : particularly tho-e pertaining to the arts, mechanics and agriculture, guaranteeing uniform courtesy to all exhibitors.


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President. \VM. FOX, First VicoPresidont.G. DR. H. KNIGHT, Second VIcoPresidentT.
j C. \\'. CAMPBELL, SI!., General Manager. S. :\1 i\"1"(). Treasurer. O. CLARKE, Secretary: -

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,mnR F1ISI OF OCAuA.o $alional. Bank i Tie 1.' MCl1dmntsNational c Haul\ I Anti MOIIOIJoly TILE DrugAND

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Ocala, _Florida. I ==OF OCALAE -- R

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: : SUCCESSORS TO "111': SANK OF OCALA. No Second Place '
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r +.y? Authorized Capital, CAPITAL STOCK r Sr OOOO.OOSURPLUS -IN-
Paid Up Capital, .
'' $150,000. s,(; o.oo COIIPI,1riENLSS; OF STOCK .
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W.H.COUtll.V.I're* Quality of Goody' and Low Prices.
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..._.... ..... J.SO. F DUN'N, !'rrihriwtl' .
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Ii B. iliCossELi., Ca.hin
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1., A. McINTYh/E: CAOIZJEn. Being now rttaUithtd in our new and elegant Hank building vx art prrparrtl to guarantee -( next door to III'ItNaLioull\aat.Smtl-M)
tatitfnction to all.
$7OOO.OOii.a General Honkivy twm,M trantacted Itxchange bouyttt and cold
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and test equipped banking houses in the State; owned by the .
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( Collections all accessible,
lave facilities' for tnakm) on polnta.I ---
bank We ?2levery| and favor to .ustomers consistent with safe I
We will courtesy our JNO. F.DUNK, K.P.DIR IU F.S.CIIAKHIJEINAUfn ,
all! business entrusted to :
attention to as
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oankinJlanJ shall irive prompt : J.KINKTKIN: ARE
:I \ We 80 your BANK ACCOUNT and all business In our line and HARVEY KNIGHT, WM. ANDERSON: I VI ,
gue.rantee er.tl satisfaction. I J. (J. PJSRISE, I. M. THAYEK. ere
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Three Month. : t : for two_moro with tDe pdci+re are ma tt
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ti. rofllUtle Poet. o. :: lags.........Just.......('ome.n....get.. .nor......figurer....... .... ........._ t .
Ko men of blcrps doe. h w
No more are Diwclcc lucf OPEN
( t The pugUlaUo bard extol t

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t' I 1i -O.,.,and tThy MUtlMlppI EYES'
"0f and lleiuNuit.. 'f" .
+ ..' [Special (brr-xrordca: p ..' _....... ............._ : I
4 2 CAIRO Ills., -W t- .l!' That'i: what we want; wlde awake eiamlna i '
t \ : disasters, within a few hours f' I tim of our poods They'U tear, "peotlon of \
The children
,r-r! eyes pecta an exemption that .
so long
need to be "open your mouth and shut
1"" I game I .
had come to bo looked on your eyes and nee what 111 send rou." WE 5 .
r tare as life on land have .! say keep your eye open.nd :';
all our old pilots, captains '
k ks to giving their rem In I (
l two curious facts, tho first SEE WHAT ROWELL
: boat explosions and other

quite the Mississippi a number coming appear in to H ''LL SELL YOU 1 1S i r'

sion and Uie second, that
tho'-worst; case no ........ ...........
calf be assigned. S ;a:price,; that; taken away the breath That' !
While ,tot a steamboat', our fram* and we are playing/ It for all It U |
f worth, Goods that bear examinatl:price\ i
eqrtral times voyaged from* f ". .. 1 : .1 that bear comparison ; bargain that can't be
navigation on tho : equalled: any w here,at|
r. mouth, and va at one ] O 1
d' with all Its noted (; .: "ROWELLS'IKCOKPOliATEl
And noting the fact that '
to in I .
pear come '
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: that tho state groU/I"/ T '
some mysterious ueDr .
"science" in this-U Is only rt
; guctis. Or it may le that n (
leer of boats started on their O Ocala
tho eamo timo, and so
.tlons" wore out about tho
"' Once In a long thus you
old pilot whow recollections / \ )]
' the Helen Macgregor,
x at Memphis borne fifty ,.. .. '
cause of tho explosion was -) (-

steamer lay broadside at / $
landing while the river was ; + CAPITAL STOCK $500,000,00
the result was that her \
hard aground, and she was ., --- I It
that ono boiler was almost ( :
tho other was nearly full ; .c' I t niHlS COMPANY In now prepared to 1 nell Stock,
been kept at their highest '. _L or lot 40xlW) feet from flu ut wards, and lo-
'" to making n rated at the WeH Lnd" Oca la. Parties pur.
preparatory chasing One share of Hock of One Hundred
she was worked oil and Ixrilars will]lit given tin cunhgwmtlot lO.lltd..
the water rushed into tho .
For further particulars' call upon or addresGco. !
overheated boiler; tho result S. Mil jo, Gen'Z Jiang.,
stant creation of an (' %
t and an explosion which toro I Imd.wlSfeb No 1 Marion Block OCALA FLA.
of the bOat to splinters ,
killed every j person near. 0

$ :About"1WO'the great \S4444sQ .. ,
Orleans began, andly -.:.." : --::-- .., : -: WEIHELEADSIN '. :
:reached its culmination.
a era of "racing" on the t i'I
the when wo I : Tl1EWatcll --
y of were"lamming days hi tho rosin: i r i P r i t' .
{ ;1'j tar,'* "break opon them lard IItL) J i' llIti
1.// .1 m I WllUo '
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heave, it j In, "givu; her k"t : I ; J' t Clock
,"nigger routing on tho Jv1ryLINE C .
eta Of course frightful ,, ,
sulted; th/ newnpaiierB. I
against rAcingj ana tho ; H
,S tive. era fit eteain boating car !
Stea /boat travel on tho /
' +sippi.,"yhlch had always l> .
'thenbecame 'V{K>CUo :; : -- iL -oRepairing y

... rouMKt. U land.the And enthusiasm it was and of Y i TOWN-LOT !# A TOWN LOT a Specialty.
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i American Our art and
\,. *** lie ,buildings are too often ton i-L-! 0 0K FOB -
models I
tions of foreign : ;
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$25.00. $25.00.
eon Dean, the Richmond, I LOCATED ON WEST Sins
S pubic and their -............................. ..... ... .-.........-..- --- OP SQUARE 3m31068) ,'
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purely original Their S
# iroiri Texas' to boiler d'OJ.; 1

r, in American which, and appears i is almost a l ) :: iTllIS' : :: ; "OKFKK: .:;:.{IS: ::: : OPEN::;:; 'J 1 FOir'THikLTrMYSrONLYiT-! : : : i !1'l'lw LAND TITLES 1i I

i American system. -1-i :
Of course tho owners <<
priced craft employ only THE BEACON & ADAMS

, ough engineers, the mot t ; 1 that in the field SemiTropiCiil addition to tho City of Ocala I Anderson's new addition ABSTRACT f(
?t and duced so to the a minimum.danger '1 the Senti-'fl'9iieal| Exposition: grounds. Three }hundred lots now offered at 825 each, for thirty days I r r1 ,

'moro danger from shags ( -. The property elevated and overlook! tho city. South street is now being graded to the property. ,
G. Travel on tho lower ) proposed "dummy line," when completedvill add 100 per cent to the value of every lot. Lots can be 111E PLACE 70 GCT TIlE FACIE '

thomfcttt of all American l for on the insUlhm plan, desired No commission\ no agents ; buy direct from owner. The editor --1-_
averaging baseball iHMingerH U un BANNER will n-K-ct lot for IlOnI'esic.lt'nt1o"Get in ou tho ground( lloor." Plat can be seen at office of
Even moro .
ardently pur u xl. Ij. Antler:
The work of .
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Mi81JNii\\,1\ IJa.'m;
a Ing the war (' !

I tittle was but I said have of often tho \ W. CONDON'SNew THE OCALA HOUSE. E. B. RICHARDSON. t}

At any other time it would

did the loss of 1,400 nun I the City
April 1805 On the SUt:! (' replete with even thing inIus
P the Sultana: reached \ line Call and examine I The Leading Hotel of the City -0LEAUIXO -

and Tltcresltowarttoerded passengers to the* by \ for 'oUl'.l'lf. I S'VLES STABLE

1 'andtHirty-Qv0 oilicer for ,Muslca: Instruments a I I w------ __ t.i'll-sri
luibul I from touthcra pil. Sped":ty. t
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; feting (tow dlbca and! \\, Uork, on repair I'': i\ock, andllt| atcbev> : GEORGE: M 1 r K\Y,

,54 1,: overjoyed homo. At at 2:30: thought a. m of (.1 : Rholnauor's'' OU Stand, I UNSUUIUsSW) IS Al'l'OIKTMENTS TO ANY IN TIlE TATE! AHCIIITECT AND BUILDER,

eight miles above l-3ID DE8IQV3
exploded without E8TIMATBB ;,
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than'hiIf of tliov on 11I I -FurnUhed on, Application .
stantlv', hurled l into t'lt'l -0---..
carry lug mom than IMO G. H. &J. C. PERINE
Repainted Inside and Outj! OFTICr-RLeDSNCC :
,e pacity. and th*> wen Wt> i Orang.andt utb" 1
gether on every part of ( l Resident Dontlsts. OCALA foo .
few minute. **Ju ,N*'a* -AND- ,
F I \ tne atirvlvbra wero. afloat NATIONAL H\NK 801LDIN0OCALA. 1 a9las / i;

t t erg nttht, the 2,141 en :" FLORIDA. "
were afterwards rescued l. branches of tlentMry Teeth rtlle and REFITTED THOROUGHLY WITH ELEGANT FURNITURE sXOWDEN A MeFAULANE
pcriahed. It U a thl'iUiu | ".' Roots rrownM with pmwUtn or sold
I 0{ I Artiacial I w'ts 1rOUI one tenth to a rullwt -OI LCU IN_
'l- strait now. t JOt hear one .
, e Sntcla..denttMry\ at tn :teil oflthaj ulght. C. nulls rowels A WITULTr -I I ALL KINDS OF FURNITURE

A PoinUr for tt. ( .

11 .yortagmnWOrtb 1, :I .'. Ocklawaha HUrr blcatuem. LAWNS AND CROQUET TasrJjtTiTt; I.RPccnQf:-as t
" tors s anti "jam tor' Jud i BEAUTIFUL GRO'JHQS 'j: STOCK AMD LOW. *eo."un
several hundred replies, the I kk,11i'aha steamers lee I'a- hJca...
r their fruit names Badia, for the Oeklawaba and Mlver 1m >11-88
)fattier seals, Mantis daily except Sunday' at ten ((10)) -' .. .rt'LI.aL -
returning leave Silver I "'-- J.&I CH4Ca.

;. i of oomaoclatttn FULLER
doily Monday! arrival '. doCl1ACE.. ,
er.wit ass except of .. ,
Jlp frtun Ocala, which is due t:::J a. DE.\17JTS. ti

L read6.uladed H. L. UABT. Fo--rax. ArrtilTO : : : : ;L. >\L YIIAYE.BISGrioa. !:p rtal wt apraton, aed r'=-::tYorrn nrWgcxort ,
IDore eerm bt thaw the othsr 8f b 2m J. & Faun, Agen &t the all e :
OCALA ?LOUIDA4 p ..... .n8aiollodlaogf u adDU ratthoe
'siParlrto llirel4 fail tG attend the auctou, tt J ac.qo&1 Ban, bth, 04 b a"4i

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