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 11, 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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\ OCALA. FLA., MOMDAY MARCH 11. 1889. :1 ;'

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,; 'BUDGET New York """orI Martel Affairs. 1tEntTCTIOS I CITY & COUNTYDIRECTORY
Honor and Mod. '
fta The clouds have paused away and the
That the wounded honor of ex-Lieut.- sun shines brightly.The Of Montezuma Hotrl natl' on anel '

riNGKRVr Editor, Governor y Knoblock'of Louisiana, farmers are somewhat backward After this' Date. CITY OFFICERS,

Go to Banders' and was not avenged in the warm gore of In planting, but are now bending. their day $10
get a box of 5-cent Rates as follows / $i per ; per M&J'or-1Jr.Thoa. P. Gary
cigars'for $Lr Senator E. A. O'Sullivan In the duel to energies in getting their crops planted. week |7 week for table board; fifty Clerk-d A. Ihillock.M .
__ ___ which the latter gentleman was thirstily James M.Ilarco, the efficient clerk of ; per bed. .r bal-0, K 11411.Itollector .

":Y" don't you call on "Y" the jeweler.. invited IIMt week in New Orleans, was the circuit court, of Levy county, Is mak.ID cents Children per under meal' ten; fifty years rents half price.per --I)P., E.P.:Mclver.Tiramjrer (tattou.AwNum .. .

_ d8feb td only due to the fact that the ground a business tour among us. J. I), HALL, Lewee. -R. R. 8nowdcnPrrld .
Col. John known "The Oaks," chosen by the Capt.Crlbbet, since finishing his ele Ilincbdet wl "ut of louueU-Jno. r. l>unn. J
Jacksonville.T.Oraves, of Home, Ga., is in second, was found to be so mu 'lily u to Kant residence, hat enclosed a commodi Ocala, March 11, 1889 Hoard of Aldermen. K. Uuaa. K. W. A.
J. T. Inrater John A. Kowrli, K. I I. Root. Itt7.
preclude the possibility of an affair of ous pasture for stock. Gold hasTeen discovered In Southern Smith, II. \\' 1''handler, I. Brown and W. U Marball. .

-u on't fail to attend tho auction tf honor being ettiM thereon with swords.It Jobn II. Brooks, Cotton Plant's leadIng -, California\ and many of the! towns have \1A
is a weil-recocnlied fact among' pray merchant, is having erected a roomy been deserted, and all the inhabitantsare sanitary Invpector-W T. King.

The llth Inst. is DentisU'Day at the tise l dnellints! that mud interferes with cosy residence.' flocking to the gold fields At Lo COUNTY OFFICERS

Seml-Tropical.F the thrust in tierce, impedes the parry, B. U. Barco has made an addition to Angelos all the hotel 1 help has )f'n. and (County Judge Urbanl MfConalhy.Onunty .

r.a often renders the flarconade innocuous, his residence'} and is otherwise adorningand the boarder are compelled to cook their T.\r..llt. .::1..r.
sherlft h.
il Rev. Attlcus G. Haygood preached in and is apt to cause both combatants to beautifying his place. own meals. The excitement amounts to Aw> nn>r-J. C. Malhew
V'- Jacksonville yesterday. all over themselves get mingled, aban LeKoy'a boom continues, one person (Jonl'Cwr-li. T. wrtmtnn, CUra.
1 don the rapier and drop by uproarious recently buying sixty, town lota. a craze. ___________ Ttwamivr-M. R. PyMsenperlntendent .
Mr. Joseph T. Lancaster our active stages into a roueh-and-tumble gouging New Cotton Plant has also made a 41 A comfortable well kept hotel that of Public Instruction M. Uravne. tF4

i ,real estate dealer, made three sales- last match wherein one or both may suffer nt> .departure through the efforts of its charges most reasonable rates, is the county. H 1e(mlni)rnmmtsetonerw-Ii.
,week.- : more or less harm, all of which is efficient post-master, having secured a larnett House, Savannah Gar *o long Trantharo, )t. It. Ron F. a. IVrrlo. W. I'. wit-

.Oo of the deer at the Exposition got contrary to the rues of the Code. Ka- number of new settlers, and made an arrangement conducted by Mr. M. L. tkarnett.-&ew'marlltf Raman The County ConiraUiOonennicel\ the flrrt Monday -

caoghtfvin. the wire fencing and was piers are altogether too long and sharpto for 80 additional new comers York World. In every month
'choked to death. : fool with except under most favorable at an early day.A rfrhool BoArd-r. K. Harrli. n.T. Wartmann.M. .
conditions, and when ex-Lieut-Governor number of new comers hays. cast The Key West fire laddies who did so M. Mewer. A. R. Jrtffln. I'. L Uurboe. moirth. + k
much to enliven our city last week, ar i'cboollloaN meets lint Monday In every
The) Methodist Church Clay Knoblock, flanked by his experienced their lot with the destiny of Martel, and
'Sooth of Jacksonville Episcopal have dett'rm1nedto. seconds I Mr, J. D. Houston and are improving umall tracts of land sold rived home last Friday allo. k.and were! COUNTY BOARD OF HEALTH.
of fire
remainder the
erect a ( OOOO church edi8co.ii Mr. George W. Du pre. was bogged on through the agency! of CoL J no. 8.Living- rt'<'ei'pd1 the Ir Mcnt-Pr. T. P.Gary.
and four
one side of the field of honor, and Sena- ston, one of Ocala' reliable real-estate companies of the city some n.--al"-. E. U. Khh".1.n.M'mtlt'nDr. Mewr
thousand of i its citizens, who thema U, A. Htnltn, AutUony.|
ii Don't fail to attend the auction tf tor- -R. A. O'Kiillivan.- flanked bv his experieneed dealers. then gave! island U. B. Moiier and 1) lI.lnln.BOARD .
seconds' : )ir.: Isaac W. Patton, W. N. Long;, :'lIrtel'. postmaster anddepot royal ovation hut me OF TRADE.
The affable host of the-Montezuma J. and John C; WU-kltfle, was mired on the agent, iM extending hU borders by city thinks something of its fire organization '- l'reeld..III-J. F. 1Ilin n.Vlre""M..nn. .

ft,Hall,appears in card today) saylang other, the hopelessness of a graceful assault enlarging; his fruit Interest adding to as they raised 1,000 to have them A. ttealhen.

rates' reduced to f 2, pt day at his excel was clearly apparent; :Senator: O'ullivan it the improved varieties of almost all make their trip to Ocala. Mr. Bo wens t4l't'I't"an-Wm. Pox
in a letter to Mr. B. P. Duke, him Ik an1 of lioreruor: *-A. I*.Mao Jr. C. IRhetnauer -
lent hOfJt 1ry.i extended his hand, ex-Lieut-trov. kinds of fruit adapted to this latitude. pays Jno. F. Dunn, J. II Livingston H. ;A.
Knoblock grasped it, the seconds ern. The Rev. C. W. Inman, preacher in and the other Ocala"boys" a high com- Weathers Wm. Foi and R. 'W. Moo BBS

and.Mr.Un.llant Mr. U. M. Flagler, of the of Plant the system famous, braced, the entire party: drove back to an charge of Cotton Plant mission, in bolding pliment. And this reminds' us make to say BUILDING ;SAND LOAN ASSOCIATION el.p
that no one worked to the
National Johns
enthusiastic dinner and meeting at bU
a great a protracted
0 'Yo cede Leon, have been invited to Booie Key West firemen's stay in our city a lY
disaster was averted. church, assisted by the Rev Mr. ,
"t Ocala and may be expected here to-inor- pleasant and agreeable one, and most of PrriMcnl-XX B. Wllin..r.
Mud is not under ordinary circumstances of North Carolina. .
Vice "' .hlen\ Ed.: 1) ioueat.
trow.. ___ desirable, but here it undoubtedly Persons wishing to buy town lots in the credit is due Mr. Dukes for his untiring heiri'tary" and Trt'ulIl't"r.1.ull- Fox

:tpMrs. Jacob Russell and her daughter, saved two valuable lives. Mud- Martel, or improved or unimproved land efforts to accomplish that end Hoard of Irtirciort-,. T. l.ancaater..hsaas Ste
Ifiss :Anna, of Macon; who have been throwing sometimes causes duels, but in in that vicinity, of excellent quality on which he successfully. did. r Zacharluaud>hen I. Brown K.M A.. .Uurfurd.\rashes A. R. Deluueati r |llI. D.

ivpeuding the winter with Mrs. H. M. this instance mud prevented a bloody living terms, would do well to call upon For Bale.- OCALA RIFLES. 1'',r

i ',:.TSftjlor) returned home to-day. affair of honor. H. W. Long who will take pleasure! in C.ptaln-eo.: A. Naih.
--- showing them around, and pointing out A new Queen Anne Cottagesix rooms, First Lieutenant-R. U. McConnell '
j t''resli' fish and Homosassa oysters Don't fail to attend the auction. tf to them, the result of his experience as a two-room extension, Stable, one acre Heeond Lieutenant. K. Wllliami. I

a. -,,d Uyat Courtney's market. Smcbtdiy tiller of the soil.Arrhab. I ground, bearing orange trees and other Forty Members.
. i i i More Rumors of War. fruita. Price $3,000, cash. Location FIRE COMPANY. '

, ;, The Sunday Cntiyuf, Is puDlishlng a The city of San Francisco was in a at Our Hotels three-quarters of a mile southeast: of rhlf-T. D. lanea *r.

new story by the gifted authoress of our state of, wild, excitement\ last -Saturday OCALA Hov K,Mar. .-II. Butter worth, court house] Ocala. Call on owner, Forem&n-Maurk.First. awiUtant-U< Khelnnuer.Volk. t

t *city, Mrs. Beatrice Marean" entitled theTradgedi oter the'announcement that thp( ,.United Boston ; George W. Miller Crystal DR. Pints, Hooond ._..ItantW.. U. UanhalLKeorrtary '
sofOakhurst. All Ocalians States 'man-of war "Nipsie," had been Springs: Mius-; George Wilson, Boston ; Over Merchants' National Bank. J. II. Mallett.Tweutyhvewembtr '
sboold- read. H.i, sunk in the Samoan waters and the"Charleston" 8. Boittain Jacksonville; Chan. Wilson, lOmch del wI *. t.
c: had been ordered in immediate James Wilson Jo'.T.Stutes. HOOK AND LADDER COMPANY.
.Don't fail to attend the auctiou. tf .
I readiness ? These were the man, Cincinnati ; Henry Marcotte, Dun- R. E. YONGE & C).. The Ocala Plumhers. l'n1tdenC-Abram Palmer f 1 y.
f San Francisco ) CArontcfe bulletins nellon, Fla. V. L. Hopeon Leesburg 'all and examine their tine stock I'oremaB-Wllklllent.&.
Mr. Elmer Townsend, of Blue Springs, (daily ; AaalwUntWrltaK" & rv:
.dloppt d in today) to say that the BAN. Meanwhile the Examiner> that Fla.; J. D. Dudley, Macon, Ga.; Louis and get good work at reasonable prices Twenty members.TULULA

t, 1 '.. ... an indispensable ,visitor to his the steamship"Alrneda," plying betweenSan McCautchan, :Florida ; Angus Patterson, d.lldeclm LODGE, NO. ,x,1.0.0. K.

i bachelor home on the banks of the FranClacoandAusthalian ports, had Madison, Fla.; James Coons and wife, Magnolia Nursery.The ([Meets. every Tuesday eveulng.] s.

t 1 j'translucent. Wekika.: been aunk by .the,"Germans! The authorities I Silver Springs, Fla.: ; F. B. Gibson, Gibson finest and bent variety of orange W. 11. Chall1e. N. O.

N "'y fft in >Yashington are in ignoranceof :Station, N. C.; Dr. T. J, Boykin, Baltimore trees for the leant money, to be had of W. M. PhllHi*. HecreUry.
Remember that' none can take the any official information concerningthese ; Dr. U Cturholtzn, Plurnlx, Ga.; J. W. A F. I>. WAITE., All TUlllim brother cordially Invited. 1 X11,

OfebV Jacksonville excursion train, un- reports. The authorities say that C. B. Shugluff, Baltimore ; Louis Stern, wSfebtd. Bcllevlew, Fla. OCALA CHAPTER NO. 13, R. A. M.

':, l leas they have a ticket of invitation; andthat the American consul could not have per. Savannah Georgia.; F. Dauzenbacker, Orals Chapter No. 13,'R. A. M. Convocation '" lat

.. po onlt receiving tickets cad transfer taitu-d those things to occur without immediately Washington ; JameA' II. Shelley, Palat Not that Kind of Ponies. flnrt Monday nig'btln every month. ,
them to other parties. notifying hIs government. It D. E. Maxwell FerrUndina Ralph I u. w. Luau H. P. r 3ngii
kak' ; Mr. J. W. Pearson desires the public to J. I 8. Fiuzca. Secretary.PRESBYTERIAN. 1
Don't fail i U argued on toe other hand; that he tng, New York ; 1.>. t:. Arnold. know.that the Texas ponies he ban for CHURCH NRiv. w ,
to attend the auction tf
be Still the authorities OCALA HOI-HK March F. A.Mahon
; may a prisoner sale are not the "bucking" kind that are
Ir -"- I that would have had advices Savahhab Ga. C. S. Walton PhiladelphlaW. W. II, (.fcnwALD.. 1'Mtor.
Mr'J.' say they ; seen on the streets of Ocala, giving' their
M. Barco ex-editor of the
Levy Sabbath ervloM at U and 7 II&. MindayBcbonl
A. M r
from English steamships However H. Redwood and wife N. Y
{ S County Times, and popular clerk of a ; i riders the grand bounce act, in sending' at V:;JO, .. M.; Wednead.y evening lertur
the court of that county, was in Ocala to- confirmation of the' reports would not be U. F. Dntton W. U. Robinson, Gainesville them through the air like a discharged! at 7.:JO. Heal frve, The public oo..Uallflu'1te4.

Iayln with our sterling at allsurpri ing. ; J. F. J. Caldwell, Newburg, S. (J. rocket. The kind he sells are M gentle EPISCOPAL CHURCH.
company county
t 'commissioner II. W. Long. Mobile Register MONTEZUMA HOTEL, March 11.-J. J. as doves, and warranted sound of limn
tr Gibbons, Leebnrg, Fla.; Dr. Geo. Willis, and wind. feblS: dwUtLoutrn Ku. C. B. Wiuica. Rector.te"i 1ry'
\ : laude Atkinson as 1'arthenla. E.; O. Earlt-H Palatka Fh. M-il and 714
city ; ; J. II. every Sunday at : a. m. : >-
,' Mi/..O. F. State, of Birmingham is in Those who heard Maude Atkinson Newman, Itira, N. Y.; J. M. Alberson, k HervIre m.. itandard (line. Meats tree nuuday School
.thf city. Mr. 8. is a practical blackllmitbw last In at I p. au., W II Chamlrlriu,Mowrluwndent.|
night Ingomar were Columbia Fla.
completely county, ; B. n, Barco Cot There will be Lenten Services .. .
at Gram -"-- -- -- -
aiK/ would like to locate in Marion county captivated with her perfect rendering ton Plant, Fla.; J. F. J. Caldwell, New .
; Church 1.7.
if he could find a place that needed of the charming character of larthenia. Berry, S. C.; Mrs. Wm. HaMord, Min and Jlpbcoiial Thui,,, afternoons on Monday 4.30, Tuesday BROKAW,
f the services of a son of Vulcan. As the and the day at : p. m?
plot deepened, brilliant Mary Radford Hopkin Villa, Ky.; A. S. and and -1-
on Wednesday eveningsand
"v % artist continued, all the time displaying Briggs K. I. W. A. Y. Y. Friday ye.S .
Tb Longworthy
; ,
t r||: current report I in that Captain L. with startling distinctness! the heroismand -. --- 730. __ ___ TIlE MAIUON COUNTY NUB-
M. and hU aseietanU
Thayer are no witchery of women and her wonderful The Yacht Cotcher Uaaght. Hart Ocklawaha lllver Blramnr.
Jv .longer in charge of the Ocala House, and I SKRYMAN.OFFKKH ,
that Mr. late of the burnt power ;over man-natures the audience The of'Silver Hurt Ocklawaha steamer leave Pa-
; SuthM
Dewey Profkeys
Bil fe;* listened in rapt admiration and Springs, returned latka for -
th" OtkltiVMtha nnd Silver -1-
e.rlafed Hotel, \\S manager. Full' particuf1'orrow. )Jut night after follow| the
\i ng
L .
*, "varttb- : all felt that they were spellbound by a tif.\ eix days and night! who stole the Springs: daily cxcvpt. Sunday at ,ten (in) TO THE PUBLIC A PINK: : LINK.
: I that nothing: nave brilliant genious o'clock .
I power
l leave
.. a. in n-iiirning. Silver
jff I could have steam yacht Louise, from the Spring, OK NUKBEUF HTOrK-OKAPKVINUJ
li ,; D, :, idl to attend the auction.. tf exertedAsstepby fctepshe owned by Air. John F.Dunn. tprln1ll.lally except Monday on arrival A ai'OIAUTY.Antbcny.
l edt>ded to the fierce
of train from .
; "r;'. I'ro It is true as rej-orted the dejinty Ocala, whirh in due U.23 a. .
:.8chinitt i the Photographer, is now portrayed all the nalvette courage: sheriff fired 'sit shots after the m. H. L. halT -1-1djal162m

". j;" ,;'witb'& roC. Colby. He made at GainesTille fortitude and pathos of the noble and who took the boat us. they passed parties w8feb2nd- }: Z1ta, Agent. ,. ,Iniu..... la.
I.' .-"' 1 W 'n ej;.tive s from the Atkinson beautiful Tarthenla with a truth to nature through the drawbridge at Palatka but -- -
i.s He will) make at nights that was absolutely startling. Delightful Kxcurclona Dally. .a
f ; no hurt. The .
one was followed
|Il&rtl611 were ,
r r rwith.fU;;; h light. a Jar.e here week. Those who listened will alwayp associate to Jacksonville, where the leader Silver Spiings and Orklawaha Uivrrctfamer HARNETTHOUSEI.BdDIYO ..:: .
the gifted artist with' their <
this this concep ; Coona leaves
-t.tqfrom:.... company' O'Farrell, wan. arrested| and bound over 1'nrf'ka"Cal't3in I1

\. ''y' lion of the nobility, virtue and beauty or for Grahanuille after the arrival of the
: United 1 btalea ,
; .. by District Court in the
of Cedar the ,.,.1'arthenla.
Cant.J. O.
; Andrewsl Keys, JfiOBITUAJtY. morning train from Ocala and returning
of the Chinaman TH.
r tL-LlA.S fcJ on exhibition the Semi. sum fl/XiO, O'Farrell'afwistant : Ivjrt'UR. IIOTKLOKHAVANNA1I --
i 'att made! his In time for 'passengers' to connect with "' .1
i1'r6 FkI, i apleliIW jt'nileetion or shells been ellCaJIti.O'o'arrf'Uliu brought to Ocala on evening train for Ocala: ; 20 mil -(Are 4O"--I : :

Js. ..'..I;tract and '" oooh deal, ;anil of attention.tile same is at- the charge fjf lanvny and will !have lii.. from Ocala and return, $1.60. dHC"h2rn GE JtOIA.1 .

... ( '4 a great the attractiveness! of the Everyy On Tburnday nooa, March 7th, by the perml hearing before Jiufge; McConathy tin -1-,.. ,
('a: adds to ex- ,
\b bt iL, dye Martin decree bail of*!an suddenly all vim Providence pawed how. little perfect Jobn afternoon' MARION OPERA-HOUSE. i: ...... ......... ..inL..t.i : ; .

/ :' P% Dr. George Willis-; ha' returned from health The day to the was uneapeted bright and embrace beautiful.of death.the air soft Important to Tax-Payer ....-..... ..... ............ ............... ......-...---.. : gl.1l;. TkIC. .. ..Wb1ITtl. ..tf1.. .. .Jt.J.I"'. fiiyw t/,r

-. :; the Indian River country where he baaS and balmy I ,and I lads n with : of myriadoraoge Land owners must" return to the Tax ONE WEEK COMULNI+G_ _I f"to.-- ,. wt
;;. <' blooms, when.TKX by.tlr.u.rr band of assessor a liat of their lands fur taxation ....---..-.........-----.-- "
; :; resided thereout; of j 14hs winter: buying d1M'UII&1II1 palu and tafleriUK but by a inanition MONDAY Artesian Well Water Htrtet Cars aU Depots.
j' LshloolnKorangea, ITe brought some quick and sudden the dear little bt'rubl full of if they would avoid having their property MARCH 11TH. I -MRATES
:t .;oft le.,J cfooA'oranKu' with him and the the childish falrrr,joy brlctter and playfulneu, rloriea of, heaven va translated to included with others on the aKm-H- ..-........... ....-1-.. '...........-.....--...r.' $ PER ,
ment rolls The law RLDUCGDTO a DIY
provides that lands
. 13ANaER force indebted to him { ., ,
eutllo : and
.. grs.nd-parents' though the Hpoctal! engagement of Lb. charming yang 7weLtf. C
'. for samples of Mine. The Doctor has su sm tau brightened your homee, and 1 I not returned! shall be as eKed as "un : uoutlonal Actress, : I _
r i ,' hipped up to date about eleven carDon't gladdened, your hearts, ha, lor a time, teen known." Blanks. are provide! for thipurport ..................,...... .. ..........-.-.......--.. -- -- =-IIKKK: -I -A1-- : ,;
withdrawn" from voureartrhly vision bl now : NtC
; : and be .
can .
on application ...... t ,
t I __ ahlnm with celestial radUnev and will make MAUDE ATKINSON .' *
II... brighter for your coming. to the asHenttora. A copy of Inch |IHshould . : "offariiVto; the publicIJM ;';t"unVo7T"TCUHI08ITIE8. :
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[ fail to attend the auction tf __ __ ..__ .
<> noun cruelty, not tn wrath, be prenenU'd to the Col lex-tor, : UU"I. ::<"' '''''''''' ''' '' '''' '
Tie fceapt cama: that dy, And tu-riar*fully ukcud oatt In a r.peru>'lreor sWR
when the tut- 'aM Tell FI OltIDA
paid 25, 1889.sv.1 '
Jlr. JohD Inman and- party left 'Tw.aanatuI etvbbtedthagreteearth S seven (7) grand lloudar night U e ti 1 cuhsnTLY

Mew York on the Oth for a tour of observation Aiuitook UutBowvr away."' }), JiAaNM., O>uiptroller.HnerifT .............. ...... be.utfulldyl.. !.,....r........_... :. ; ,
FKIINO --- -- -- ,., FtIkY =
through the South Hon. GOODS
S. Hewitt -Mayor of NewYorkrd Important N'nthe.Detttctive AND .
Abram ex STATIONERY. t'
.Ir.1.: T.
hU brother. -in-law, ex-Mayor: liarny Uhodenof the 1x; POt" sheriff WillUma... making oar capable aflllpofular INGOMAR I '----r .1

.. peraremwbf.r of the partIt is tlon buIUIhg.desires: it known that he to !told a Hhentt's Day at the arrangements Exposition orrice, nQfruv AT LOWEST PRICK.alari .
Messra. Hewitt and! .
whispered finds .in
jnanjtartKjrf he building and
and organize HtaU
,'- Cooper will carefully examine the coal partlea mming\ anything would do well, Uon. The idea a is Hb rltr.ModI..- ii't l -c;;t4uu* **;a.Nice: a#uUtulN/la'*..*;t.m;.-*. : ... .-

,! ..\tleldi of the iron ore districts of Cif'Orria1t to make Inquiry of the Bureau In. trust. it will prove *a success food one and we I iiu.......iaao.........al.. K....it....ry...,....Jua.....<.I priM..' ......conaeuu-.........w \ _i-.... -i .ii.... ....tM .rUii.indtNraR, ;
flTe n and |f utianed-wlth their formation where they can find out all j : : '-: i :: \TMT.: OVELS'r-:
rfjFV JRWMOy, %!Kjp-fcj* !: v t..t ryLII V Vi. entire about tbein'' Id rue article* are lost in Next Friday Folk County Day and I .

i 5LBanalclurin: plant, now,InTefinsylra.i ,tbbuilding.! iA i'Rd we treat our people will give our DelICh-| : ... l.xlLaat.Rt1L. ....._.. ....... __ i ,, -.- oo band st-.,'. '"t
> of these States 4
JLfnitooneortbe other uuiiiir' bon frourthe'led beautl/ul/ ruina I'rtaa as WlUa14 iMY t DOW OD salt II Orals :, 'J 1I ..
la their work are employed 2,000 men Don't fail to attend the tare lake. cordial I News stand. 1.N. ,I OCAW: NiWADEPOirtia: "-r :
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r/itf oafiLi. SI/LI; iilitNER.f ; Atlanta OonttltuUou.! 6' 1 1i Times-Democrat ----T- IT,

.. rasf n .'101ATLASTA TO T.\\lrf\: I Light Breaking In Lonlnlaua. \ i
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r, .,.i '. OC.ILAie.. _Fla-; %,<%// IS*9.- 1'7' ". J I In East'Carroll they ,selm: toJfTMTy it \ .eHotQl
... The Atlanta and Florida' realize the fact that the np *ineniB are' iUlBinaUBI'SSpeoial I

ti : "..F.E.HARRtBr Editor will he,,Bull| -TliP 1)Isetona will below what they should U-Htnl arnseek

- -- -. jive It a Ilonnn of 1.OOO.OOO AC'rf.1. j jIt lug to 84hanitheu'*. ''The' LakrlTort'
dence Banner has the following
-- will ram ThruuKb'Ocal. \s say oq I,

A new era "seems' to be opening for the i this subect : ; I Weir Fla.
4 Now" that the attention of capital U being dl- So. Lake i
Atlanta and) Florid Railroad t rrcted to the State it U not only opN>rtun but ,
I I The Diwtons t nf Philadelphia, have I extremely politic l ,that the afft KioenU be radl-
ally I rev sad and raided nri all landed :
of ) property
offered the company bonus, I II lean sxlom of, worldly philosophy that you i Sale Sixteen wiles south of Ocala ; on ,
(100: acres to extend) the road from Fort I will moot likely be rewarded according to the estimate whole
Valley t Tampa' Fla., and the proposition you put upon yourself. We! know" that our high bluff'overlooking
in being 'OMitlf'rrcl. (: luirln cannot be excelled: in actual worth and I of "Beautiful Lake Weir" '
fertilityet; the lowed possible valuation 1 le
The land offered la |part cf the celebrated \ placed on them, and the taxct. in consequence, : .
Ii i ton trart in \est Honda are enormous and ltUllnc"ufnlC. lhl h not ALL TRAINS
which was bought by Hamilton Iiw> ton an allnrlnif pms >ert tnr Investors Ko one is.caking --"OFDRESS HCKS MEETS
for worthless and high
property --- -
some! years ago from the (Mate of Hori- A* the same results could l _. rate of a* Kment and low taxed, every Fine Boating, Sailing, Gunningand
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da.Part of the land lying on the west reason and common eeniie prompt a rtvta n. Fishing.
Ccmgremnan Townfiend, of Illinois inLouisville Our-norl.bould also turn attention to Inequalities
,,'onlt11Je exceedingly -
dead. ,1 _. coast valuahleafter thecomIrletionoftheroad !and with a which flue house bave r>r prevailed improvement An Is acre of more of Terms $2::50 per day. Reasonable

to Tampa. Hamilton Uiwton some I value than twenty acres ol unimproved. There GOOnS !
had $400,000 firs! on tlieeighth. are many acrea: of nnlmprovnd land which are
the Week
bought the tract from Rates by or .
: years ago not on the rolls at all. P U rife InLouUiaua
State, and afterward sold I half to an 1 land, especially limbered{ :; round, In Address

I Slight Ih k--of earthquakes, were felt English! company- paying them Ala).- consequence of the government having withdrawn I
public land from aale. At the same time II. J. ROSENBURG
; half ,
;+ throughout last 000 for the privilege Belectlng the I
Pennsylvania .Saturday. the plnl of improvement ahould be encouraged, --
he would keep. The present tract \\f and the a.-wiwmenu raised on property only Manager I 0
Late of Park Avenue Hotel New York, and Clifton >
; which brings, in revenue. ,
of original
Jacksonville had eleven teu therefore the part
prisoners, ,
l house, Falls.
Our baa
aiwMor gone to work In eamrit. We
black and Otis white, who are awaiting purckaw. Mr. Difwlou ban Bold a million think he U impressed with the Importance| of Laflles' Fine Broadcloth;
trial 1 for murder., acre of this land but none! for less than Increaitng the rolls, and we hope the police tury RATES $:a.50 TO $3 PER DAY.
$1.23 an acre and some as high as (20. I will act In concert and bring about the necessary

*$ tiavannah {is building a crematory, From this it lIIay be seen that a bonusof I reform 50 and 45 Inches wide Open All Year.S.R.B1IDSEY .
We do with the in
where Its garbage will be destroyed. It a million of these acres is a big inducement I not agree Banner ,
will be in operation before summer. to extend the road to Tampa.In I.! what, it says relative to encndraging the
k addition" to this the Atlanta and spirit of improvement! and raising the <& CO.
80c.f 90c. and $1. ,
The wife of President Harrlnon'R private Florida Railroad Company has in writing assessment only on property> which ,

e secretary, will return to Florida offers for 65,(.K1O acres of heavily timbered brings in revenue. These two things do
between Fort Valley and not go together, but,on the contrary, are --0Wholesale-
and spend the balance of the winter at JIneland I Worth from 81.75 to 82.25 ,
Thornasvllle to be denied to the road on likely to be opposed to eaoh other. If

Orlando. _-_____-__-__._-_--____-_-._. itA completion Thin land is to be taken unimproved property producing no reve- & Retail

W. H. Larnar a telegraph operator within convenient distance of the rail. nue but held for speculative purposes ---DEALEB3 IX- -

t committed suicide at Orange City, Fla., road and when the line is completed: and for an advance in value goes mian-

.r last Saturday. He had been disrharged may he worth $2 to t'*> an acre. It will sensed and untaxed it seems a strong argument ALL WOOL

and was in a depressed condition be easily accessible to steamship at against improvements, since any Har & Groceries

,. Brunswick harbor, by way of the Brunswick I I I put on the farm immediately raises its ware
The} State Press Association; will meet and Western nad, which grosses assessment, whereas by letting the place COLORED HENRIETTA,

in SU Au uetine March 28th. Half the line of the Atlan'.a; and Florida. I alone, and doing nothing to develop it,

rates at all of Mr. FUaler'n hotels have These offers will probably IKS increasedto :i the taxes are kept no light as to amount -0_

been secured I.. is\ the work of Secre- 100,( 00 acres between Foil Valley and | to practically nothing. The best rule I.I is 40 Inchon wide, OCALA, I I I |fl FLORIDA
tary Klliott. ThomaHville. > I that laid down h)' the! laws of Louisianathe 8m 81-8(41

This puts the Georgia Construction assessment of lands at their cash
('apt..Jo Erie+on;, the famous Swed- Company in a position to do some financiering. value, without taking Into considerationthe 55c.

lab engineer, who, designed' the ironclad With bonus! of about $.; t,000) question of the revenues provided 1

I' Monitor, died in Sew York on the 8th. the Georgia boutheru and) the Florida by them. This would bring many acres Palace Drag Store I!

lie was .nearly 80 yearn of age and wan railroad ws built from Maven to Vsl- into use and cultivation! that are now

famous as an inventor all over the dosta, and the stocn of the cuuctruelinncompany held! back for speculative' purposes.A .

world which got the bonu, I is now : Worth Sl.OO.

t The .Florida Republican- l politicians; I worth IsO, and the bonds of the road 90 I Change of Mind. ---0.-

to 92. Bishop Jonn P. Newman known as -- -
,\ on hand in forceat Washington -Hisbee, ;
w I The road dragged for a while, but, WHOLESALEAND
Durkee, Patio Harriett. UuMell Good Grant's pastor, has been holding conferences
: rich, Gunby, Benjamin Wicker! and a with a $ JOOOO, ) bond, secured through a in the South among other places,
[ Baltimore trust c unpany the construction Cedar and Eustis in this State.
Key ,
t handful more are all there. They want the Inducements in -
i office and want it bad company wan able to complete These two conference* were colored. He Special I
fi'j road, and trains are now running on says that he was rgreeably Burpiised to
". Retail 1
::,",. A resolution; 't."U-a. been introduced in regular schedule fiom Macon to Valdos-. find so many able debaters among the Drugs I .
? ta. The who furnished the $500(
parties ministers. Of the white ,
a the Illinois' Senate providing for the young young Our and
000 loan had the option of taking in
eubmi-ion to the people at the' nt'XtJent'rll |pay men of the South he !said : "Our fathers -0-
" election of a constitutional bonds at a figure between (X) and 70 fought for what they believed to be
. cents, and many of them took the bonds. -ALL KINDS OF- '
but united
amendment providing for tho rallying of right we are now a people
all taxes in the State by an awewrnent These eecurites are now selling fur IK to and we cannot afford to imperil our OILS, STATIONERY, TOILET
'- \1)2.) to old ideas. Continuing Shoe Department
proetiects by clinging
,' only on lands. I } !
That transaction seems! to throw light he said: "The South is in a -ANDFANCY --

that the Florida on the future of the Atlanta and Florida, most hopeful condition religiously: politically
The Metropolis says
when taken in connection with the bonus
+, Southern Railroad tent five roaches I and industrially. Northern capital .-.--..-- ARTICLES
of in Florida and 100.
Gainesville for those who wished to visit 1,000.000 and Northern people are pouring intoit
the Ocala Exposition: on Alachua County OlIO acres between Fort Valley and and aiding In its wonderfully\ rapid In Complete Stock I

.d ,(1 Day and cot but three passengers. The Thomativille.The distance is about 125 miles from development. The day of persecutionof G C. lllieinauer & Bro.
reason or that WaA nearly the whole of I Northern men has askedif '-0-
Fort Valley to Thomasville and 3*()) from there Republicans who
Gainsville was here the day before to I were not ,
'witness the sham battle. I there toTatupa. It is estimated that the would be acceptable to all parties as appointees We handle the !finest brand of eigara 51
road can be built and equipped for $10- I under the incoming:administration _. [Q29 J ] Headquarten for will Paper and Harden Seec1I
.t 000 mile and hen would -- -
'The countrywlllth' erection of ai' a w completed and many such were designated to wniaiir & FIIAZBR,
draw local business! from a rich country : :
x I told the Southern\ that
large number of public buildings this me. people .... ... j i i.. Prauo8 the west coast which" is almost entirely I i : OCALA, 1X4
j' year. Nearly ten million of dollars. was + on without railroad facilities. About before I left the North I bad. assurances ....-.....-.._.. B' ..-.... ..-...... tjamxM.illilloryitllllnery
I that President Harrison's administration i I ;
i',', appropriated for wild purpose by the last
.' this.Fverq two counties of that country the railroad I would) be non-tle<'tional. that he would .'
HJbngrem. We are glad to we .
town large enough to have a Presidential would own.Immense. I know no East or Went, North or South 'SHXiBSPBi\; !
in steamship
possibilities I in the conduct of his antithat
ifI'.. poet olllre, should be Targe great; office
connections with Cuba and Central
v.t enough to bare a government (post t.otlkt".j. America are opened up to the road by I would use whatever influence Ipsosses.esi ........-..----.-.--.NrNNN..r M.--...-.wr ..... : .-..........--.....-..........-..- .
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building ______________ secure appointment i iHAS TRULY SAID Our Milliner It at home
the harbor of Tampa. The work of the again
_.. I reputable men to ollict' in the South." i ...... ::: ,. ..... .. : .... .... ........... ....................
1. .1 V. Williams. the. Nicaraguan canal is now, bein vigorously ; lie thinks that an educational qualjfl ..... .NNr..rw.r w..N..wwr.w.. ; : ...............n.-._..... _......-..... ................_:."... ?
Mr. A. I'hiladeIIoltlamillionaire '
puiihedand) promises to Ira completed ina i "Tb&nI U a Tide in the affair of men which, JUST
notion of whom death is I cation i is an easy solution of the race : taken at lu ebb, lead on to fortune." j FROM THE NORTH-
mentioned elsewhere, is paid to have denied few years. An important line of Pacific 1,I question at the South\ and thinks that ....". j.-.......... ............................... :

; himself the common nemwarica of I from mail steamships California would then run I.I is | in the way of population the South is i i'AND Now'Ta RASP II uR'ATONTE.AND1UK CHANTE. i ............With..........,Full........and.......Complete,.... Stock of
to ..
Tampa ....
Tampa fortunate than the North. The .... .... .... ...... .. .... ..... ...........
he charila- more ............... --
life. Yet to others was numt I I frUUlUNK Ui YOURS -- .....................
r'1 |I about as near to Central America as South has the to contend with : .......?.. .,N....:. ..:. :.,: N, .. ... ,:...... -
ble hisallts to charitable institutions only negro .
New Orleans, and Atlanta merchants while North has the the .:. .. i .. FINE l\IILLINERY.
the riff-raff
several millions He I left
amounting to i I .
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would tinj themselves in direct communication
valued at I I whole, world. .. : ..........

Jr .an estate $15.000.000. with one of the richcet countries -. -.---- -- I ..........-.i.. 0-EverythingFltit'Claas--o_.................:....._l......... t
in the world. The trip from Tampa i :: : LISTEN.roX : : Io0G00DS

Mr. C. V, Williams., of Philadelphia, would occupy about the name time as Chivalry In a Had Way ........ GUARANTEED
wfco recently decided I to give'! fj.500,000': that from Savannah New York. .
to Two young men, nf Lexington Vir- .. .. ..

for trades rounding JI dead: a free He school was for 88 mechanical J't"IoM.. i The Cuban connection would be im I ginia, each having: F. F. V. as an affix to .... ......... ---...................-I................................... EHood EpSE
portant and in the event of annexationof their names endeavored to heal their
ills plans will be carried out. He has that island would be uualuable. lacerated honor with powder, and ball, i IR./iOKTHERX HAS JUST STARTED: FOR TILE ..

: i;' 'given. 13,500.100 These men to are charitable the (lowers InRtltu.1.Ionl' of hu-- The proposition of the Ii stons is so I but made a most miserable\ failure I: .,..........BUY...A._HIRAPPIAG'a. ... GILL.'............. tefford't; Old BUnd. publio Square: Ocaia, FU.
recent that the matter has not fully developed I Forty-two shots were exchanged but no A
'' manity and preserves the world, from but it opens up matters and ,! blood was sheil. They ceased firing =STOCK OF GOODS=

.aordldness and seflshnem. puts the Georgia Construction Companyin from mere physical exh+ustlon. How is .... ..... ..... ............ ........

1' a position to immortalize Itself. jl I( wounded honor to be atoned by parties i.: ... ..'.............w r..1i'W..Ml-ft.....................sia...-....................... ::THE REDUCTION: ; :
;:: The new county name U still rampant I .- -.- ---- '! who are unable to hit a barn door with a Nr. :

In this section<< of the Kate. Micanopy) i Plcken's County Lrnchern.. dueling; pistol? .0.__........u...__-.......u..._.................m..........._._._._._..._._._._..,....... ==:::. .
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r. wants to be a county Bite and wants to Sunday's Savannah AVi contains the ; The sow TO PUT Til EM
form a new county out of portions of \ following: Two distinguished duelists in Louis.I I t 'OF'STOCK ii

AVarhua and Marion. The Uronson C'H'aLI froIl. R.C. March 1I.-1'b. conrlrttonauU \ Lana the other day who wanted to via t A cIANCaTOSIIOW TlIf.M

i .4 Tltntt aya that it u proposed to wake MUUUMM U b" throe uvicmlyuUivn" m fickeuonunir diiulv their honor .*iiU swords, gutstuck rp .:......
MdoUif what" thousands of chits 1 UiX TO BELL TUEM, I =: '"'' .r. .........w.r...........,-...-
atlll another new county out of portions ) In the mud as did their seconds, :::
men btrwdanA, bkn lnic a mu who had out- I S t r ... ........
Marion and Levy, and make either reyred l a negro girl. U itrKtunlnx to rU a norm and presented a most despairing picture ....,,.OME. .MONEY. .TO..PAY.FOR. ..TUEU.. :........ MEANSO s. T.-*
Pnnnellon or Parkersburg the county on UilJe which will hardly h* quieted until except to the humorist Irthe country. I .
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r' -I site. New counties means more courthouses UM governor (rauu the mlo a fire i'&nloo.< Tbstireeurttlesews. I The code be amended ..... AND BELOW COST."TiiiTipijACB" .
,AS must provide ; 1r ,;wl anything to the i why
more jails, more office, more I la lbs*+tate out My of the U'adlug Democrstteache. I against these' '! contingencies. Mud and ....ass.....you...................--... ........................... t =:=:::::::::=:::::::=-=:::::=

-. ; courts and more taxes liut if the people At tb.Mi neKtuM lie In the J JaU today. ihou- bad! shooting, must not prevent the demands ............................-:0-......:..:.............................w... : I !
ands Of edsx-.tel. latollU'i'l wblte mot who I i .
rant them, let them have them. of red hot blood-thirsty chivalry '
i have done exactly Ibe tm thing under theearns .mT8. i I o----e I '"

f ; douelt circutukUncri,are walking and* c and bo are know-ttloned.u to bare If ....................................CLOAKS..... ..... ................SHOES.............ANDCTOTHING....... :' f !. y ,
A great many people wonder why Mi. unqu 1 Canadians Coming South. ...... ......................,......................... ... '
we haveoonclud Wit lynching U a crime and I .Nr..N ,,,
; 'Cleveland waa/o anxious to settle down ahould be punished and preveutel. manhood and I All the members of the Canadian gov1 I I =.N=::: N ::..:
of tak falrn that ibould -
to hard work as a lawyer instead I Mi require we Mint more worIby -

+ ing a vacation after resign log the Presi- yap ioU for the long line of such slits In eminent numbering between 300 and .......--..-...--..........-.....--.- i ..
which uesrir 10 the Stave U have been I
I f every roan morns or 400 extended an invitationby -- --
Jency. The fact it that Mr. Cleveland is. leis f uU\,. Ivory sentiment of right inould re- wealthy, and influential citizens to ; ; ; i -'-'-,,, ... ,
' not happy.when h. is not buoy He rejoices Coil MSlnet makltitf these poor creatures I'lck- I ;
} ena M dbi.Mrthenniversalcrime cad runUblbg visit the South\ Jacksonville St.Augustine I -._....._N..N.rww.ww..N.r.N-
lu the of the
'' ? scratching a pen, tatu for doing whel we have allowed M I and Tampa are on their, proposed OK A.SYTHLNU IN OCR LINK AT i "-ta.E _'
rustle of Important papers the subdued puny ibouaandt of other to do unpunished line of travel. We hope -:0: --u-f
r oc sounds of earnest conversation the tonic A peculiar phase> of the verdict In Ibis raM U that the ; ': : VERY LOW PRICES.:: :
a influence of the of far-reach that the only white man who WM Ineluded In I Tropical Exposition: managment Semi-I 11. i ''j
x the(1ndlctmentaad( who led the lynchers, wa ac- tend them an invitation to visit Ir .NNS. .w N..NN.N.NNrN...
y ins affairs, and against: all this the I quitted We want these eminent Cana"inn to i i t H! I i ._
r ,
r charm of leisure! weigh with him not at M
*1L Mr. Cleveland Is a hustler whoJP'O. Doctors "Fooled ductions.see the interior of Florida and its pro* ; I COME AROUND, WILL .YOU."..?. .' I F HE)7i1] '

.... while hl tJlna. The only Idle. I In aPennalyvanlaecbool24boy( feigned _____________ I BENJAMIN i &, = FOX) I --. : :..._

DCH that be covets U the Idleness of the Insanity and fooled a whole faculty of Tbe Red Grocery, Magnolia street, .U r..rs- '.. r.r..yy.Ny.wawMN.... "
fisherman, and even when fishing be Is : Doctor Tbe boys have made a writt nconrMllon. I the place to buy your groceries. r---- t jt.''a

.a busy man-fighting rcaU and landing They simply wanted "to I II. ZACHAMAS, Proprietor =11 F.It( I OCALA. : : : : t r J'WB.ID.AI
more fish than aoyboJjr elM_"'orld. have little fun. I I d Sldeclm = ."-. NNN r..rrr: .

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;; -This Exposition, incorporated under the laws 01 tin Stale of Florida, opened at--- '


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This! will be aii Exposition of Pnuiological, Horticultural and Agricultural products of Florida, and her soils, timbers, woods, minerals and live stock, and in addition articles t'
and products of general interest from all States and countries. Entry is open to the,world for thediaplay of its product No charge for entries nor ? space for the products, or
manufactures of Florida. 't't
The United States Experimental Station for improvement and development products indigenous to this section has been \ (\ contiguous to our exposition ground
ttgr\Ve( invite exhibits of all descriptions, particularly those pertaining to the arts-mechanics and agriculture, guaranteeing uniform courtesy to all exhibitors. :

CASH PREMIUM. LIST, 1$3,500. r s '

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GEO. \V,"WILSON, President. WM. FOX, First Vico-Presidonnt. .".I. \ D1.*}[. KNIGHT, Second Vlco-President ,
t'v' C. W. CAMPBELL, SR., General Manager. G. S. MAYO, Treas r r. I .'jr J. O. GLAKKE, Secretary

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aLn .FiII OF OCALA Rational Bank I The I Nlcrcllants'' National Banl{ Anti --'rll"Mono -oly-! Dmg I 1 +: a/u a..,,

Ocala, Florida. : 1111,
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-.... =!:.:.L--- 4 NS BUCCESSDRS 4 : ; THE 1IANK' OF OCALA. No Second Place ,

Paid Up Capita], Authorized Capital CAPITAL STOCK $5OOOO.OO -INCOMPLETENESS- .....X1; "I'"

$50,0(10.( $150,000. ,0 ; ;j 1 i ; OF STOCK ,;
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E.W,AONKW Pre.. W.II.COUCHV.Fr Quality of Goods and Low Irloes. '
WI---..-.......-.. ..wrMw rwww.r. "WVOFFICERM I .
JNO. F DONX, lllrtlid.-. -0-
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Ekeresident.R.. GOODS! JOllIED I :
H. MtCoNNELL, OtuhifT X
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A. MCINTYI.: : C. DEn.: Being now ettablithed in our. new and elegant Bad building vt are prepared to guar. Located east door to FlntlNUlon BaaL) ,.f.am
anUStatufadion to all ll-W 1.1

SURPLUS$7,000.00_ v General.Banking huinitt tranlaC d. Exchange bought and sold _. :',

One of the finest and beet equipped banking houses in the Stafe owned by the ,: BOARD OF JIREOTORS.-- His
facilities for Collections all accessible .H I
bank. We have special making on points. --or-
We will extend every courtesy and favor to our customers consistent with safe
ff. 'oankingand ahallgUe proD1phnd careful attention to all business entrusted to us JNO. F.DUNN, F. P.DIRMUKE8,
We so .:.t your BANK; ACCOUNT and all business In our line and CIIAS.RIIEINAUER, J.A. J<;KINHTEIN; :
guarantee;entire satisfaction. HARVEY; KNIGHT, WI.!. ANDERSON, fH
R. B. McCONNELL jf.-"

Importers &: Trader National Bank New York N.Y.; SasllDoors,Blin s sA1 j.wfo

outhern Bank of Georgia Savannah. CORR.E.jPONDEN7 r }
t&Special Correspondents in all important cities Inthe: West. wti rtptgbt
dart Rational Park]Dank: of New York. ilaixnc Aatwnol Bank of Botton
National Bank of Savannah Oeoraia.Louirtilte M
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OW1IM0 Banking Company, Louitvilb, JTy DELOU8T.'aaJ1. 70JNO


Main Street Ocala Fla. New\ Jewelry Store -Drug Line- colapTLYsle


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:: his line. Call and examine -roa.PIANOS- .
The Hotel of the City.EFIRSTrCLASS '.* *. THE PLACE :TO; FIND THEM I t .

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for:IMusloat InstrumentsSpecialty. a DELOUEST,
Al drierktteus; nny room. Hof wd cold baikt. Commodt&u Kunpltftrooms for c... .
menial Irafften.. 9s00.51..Wv! brick: taue and o""'w jrsklat: AU Work\es'ff.ar'K,Clocks ao4Rhatnauer'a WstcLrQwsat -Wiorr'8tai;&iOUL-) Musical Instruments I
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Ik .,Z.- ij) 1 1\ t l i. I J '. U t .' I begin to o mpart and with the prices figures wt aDd are you'll mat-
Just come get our
I' LIGHT AND AIRY. h .. : '. JIll. .. O : log ..._........._.............- I

n.. Meditation OPEN"YOUR

'r TW one ha a dlrtne must cbe, .
The other money bC I 5
I betitat twtrt lore and ceab (J
r HI rlbtau or hli jaga .

i> Shan I appear In town of lUte, ?. .
t > Or 1Ib&1J '.
r I drMIlD rags EYES
VhlchthaatchooMf 4 ., What,.la mj tato- /- \' ,fIW
HU -; .
KfbleU ,
:-.. a,>III.bWagff'.* V, ,,.< ) .. ; : v.a.: tr' : .;;.;;;. .: .;-k.; : .1
twtxt4fcetvo I ;b.;; ;
# -aleal i poem?.I r4 >/ *' 1'1'I" what ( wide examination
lir.aywbd fatty la<**; .''. _.," -. ft. : 'If''t' of our good They'll bear uupection of
Which ball I taker Which thai It k- "",..,.,.. .. H eyes, & z Hie flbleu or bl. jar \ game used to be"open your mouth and abut I
a your eyes and see what 111 vend JOIIo" WEsay
Regarding c>7 delay the tonfue keep your: eyes open and :
w Of Mr*. Orundy waga.
Of each I hear the J>raIae Ming
HI giblets and hla Jay SEElHAT"10lELLU
4 v J
The problem tear upon me Mill '

Which MI resolution MuUl I take fag for: good or Jl1. 5 O SELL YOU !

JIll gt bids or Jant ti .'
r, t l. .* it'_ -Chicago Matt. ; ....-...............,.....-..........,.--................-.. I a
fe 'I i W. At that takei the broalh.'
i''f1I' a price away
J Pred for DoiineM. .
f and It for
g I our game we are playing<
{ ..t Fin.t Tramp-i ere'd yer sleep I lest afctiU worth. Goods that bear examinatlen1 Tblt"1
Second Tramp-Uad a hard night' Slept I j that bear comparison;bsrgaln that
on' a lot o'hay. : 0 II i.y J i. equalled...... anywhere... ::.,.atj w....:....._..._._..L I
First Well
Tramp- ,whatt the matter with.. '
t Becond Tramp-It wu baled bay. Wbem'd.youloeps I
. .1
1 Pint Tramp-I bad a bad night. Slept tn ( )
abed. T i at
't Second Tramp-Feather bed

\; First Tramp-No, bed. 7"
anparagru Bay,
. ;', let's go Into business together. IIto Ocala GOIIlDang
:, Second! Tramp-What kind of btuiiMH I IFlrtt .b
;t 1'nt.mp-hDny buslneea -Detroit
Free rn-. Z'
\ } ,
TThat'e In a NameTAn
4 Englishman whose name was WemyM '
r rM -) (-
Went craiy at lest ao I It WDIJM, @ '
Became the people' would not ,.
c Understand that they ought ..\ + CAPITAL STOCK $.500,000.00
Tthcal him not seem'". but Weema I t

Another whoa Jut name was KooUyi, t ic : i ,w
I Tried vainly to vote at the rollj, 9Si ) M3SQ
But no ballot he cant, < ; ,1 t lllAv. mni3 COMPANY Is now prepared to sell Stork,
Because till the last 'JL or lou 40x100 feet from 110 upwards and located
The clerk couldn't call KnoflU.hole at the CorD Deals. Parties purchasing
One Share Hock of One Hundred
And then a young butcher named Belrolr, 5 ., .S ...... Dollars vntt be given ten conbguoui tot U>xlOOeel.. r
# ... S. r.-u For further particulars! call address '
A S. Went and murdered man with a clerolr, < upon or
i S. Because the roan couidn'G, Geo. S. Mayo, Gtn'l Mang.,
Or poMlbljr wouldnX
Pronoiince his.name P'OpeI111Jee! tS t No. Marion Block OCALA, FLA.

., .
There was an athlete named Strscban, I
r 'Who bad"' ".Z...w&84.lrachao,.
'And h.'d knock a man down S $ ... S S .- 5 ImdwlSfebWEIHE t'I
With an indignant frown
? t If he failed to pronounce his name Btrawn. ,

y . jLJSerloa, -* Otd.cUon.t'Wtatabeaittfnl'frll"ixciaimed---; London. Ttmee., : ; L( : Itr ; f h'p' S8 9 -LEADSINmt-- '
J f i '
'' Alexander: I ) MdMaah$ { |be nw Mill QaUejr-young : : i II a ri, i ; 18nDHf Jr 1

west In a bol at the theatre. .w ch Glock Je&elr&
"Ye poor thing"aid ate sister,pityingly .
"but aha can never' : hay any tendingwhat- I ,
,, ; ever In eoclety" lI lINNNw I
S "Why?I" Inquired Alexander In curpriao.t .,. -. .
J t ""Jl.catv.abp caa> whltl a UttU bit,"reyktedhiephMifng'slater' LINE!
\ puckering her Upennconaclou&ly. -- -
f .-Chicago Newa. N.NWNN NN.N NNNN MW N."N" '

P' .J A TOWN LOT: I! 1 t A TOWN LOT -0-
mat He Had to gay ,
'I've.. .Lii'Inc.tQ ten you,"be lbt ull/Mid, KOK i LOOK I :FOB nepalrlnl a Specialty.
And hla face,turned lobster like hue: I : f
, ,, Tin lure" you ne'er guewed", there bk color alflrd $25.00. I $25.00., .

"What)I'm going to mention to ..--..................................... ... ..---. -
you. -- -. < 1 I -(LOCATED ON WEST SIDB or I 8
"W.1.Iingttsuvii| > ; .rash* 'other'. 1!l hh. .' Ustsoer't 1 ...... t ., .w.... ,N N ......w. .N..... .... irntl eb
,' look :PI'If' i[s f jT.OFFER: (NISI! OPEN) TFoiThe It THIRTY lI 'DAYS 1I ONLYII I fi-INNN.

's -And Encouragement I tnnt that gave true friendship to proceed)will, aid you to .- ................................--...................--.-...--.........-....-. .NN.-.-.....--....-.-------

E'en brook impertinence ahould there be need. LAND TITLES; ( I I1

"Dellev. ]ms\ -," said. \,b., with a k>". wafUngml Ih-Kt in the field I New Semi-Tropical addition to the City of Ocala Anderson's new addition I ---1-;

"Whate you may say, I'll not frown." adjoins the Semi-Tro tical Exposition grounds. Three hundred lots now offered at'$25 each,"for thlrty'days f

He")gasped'our back-In hair conf to uaton aU coining he stout down for a'I'*while only. The property U elevated and overlooks the city. South street is now bein& graded to the property. THE BEACON & ;ADAMS .'

Merchant Traveler Tho proposed} "dummy line," when completed, will add 100 per cent. to the value of everY'lotLOts can be ABSTRACT COMPANY.

paid for on the installment plan, if desired. No commissions, no.,agents ; buy direct from owner. The editor -l-
A "bkeerylouUu' Affair. of the BANNER will select lots for non-residents. "Get in on the'ground floor." Plat can,, be seen at office of

CttlK-n" -'UTiat'll it ctwtme, Uncle 'Rutto w, II. L. Anderson or addrehs II. L. Anderson, Lock Box 125,'Ocala Fla. IS71fEPL.tCE70l1ETTIiEFAC1bOrricz
have gay huooop whiUnai>hodl "
Uncle 'Ilartua '(dubiously)-Well, I would .. T'1 I- r Tln
lib yo' adwlco, Mister Smith, not tar bob d* II. P. EAGUfTON, i ;>
a Eenooop whltewaitkad. at all Take whit. l i : THE OCALA HOUSE. : OCALA l1pC61;
t a ...._l>ealer In...._ '
waabod benouup along 'bout 1 or :'clock J In de tjaSa,
x ,pXDAwnln, an't>\\l IOU, ldletet'Swith. It :eE.A.L ESTATE.
# s I ok .palgbty gbu/tly'tteed it do, at last I
it [bactUyldat1) what I hv becrdMed.-New -1-

York Bun. __ _tmprored and Cnlmproret...._ E. B. RICHARDSON

.1'.1 IWnl Attractions.la LANDS. GROVES. ETC. The Leading Hotel of the City -THE--1 '. ,
117; "gut ti'I'ttiler.fat-e f I I i I _____ .
ThanlmlrteoUw1dRay Finest Livery In
To has IttJe t l1N'WoI"OIJ GOU&I Or.- J
a boy's wtM
lordly way ---
F : fldwim ANp-; : : .l /' .' ; I I" -0LEAUING -
Little Orac thought for a moment. Then .
>;5 To her mothers defense came she. -- IN APPOINTiLENTS TO ANY IN THE STATE! 84.LES'STADLB
"My mamma can da what mother raa'l.f''tI1um ,"
.your. DRS G. H. &J. FERINE
5 '8l4- ((1 ., fe _____ \n

c "I don't belhl' iC'&L ut d tta). I Rosldont Dentists. I ,-..
But It's*\"said. Qraoe w tub a pout MERCHANT NATIONAL BVNK BUILDING' '
Of wrath and defiance. "Pont you know GEORGE McKAY
She can take her teeth all .' OCALA FLORIDA ,
it out! Repainted I Inside and ;!
-Dvtrolt Free rr... AU tnnchet of dentistry Teeth tiled andprwerred. Outs'r ARCHITECT AlfD BUILDER
7 S ROO'J crowned with pomriatn or gold J-f I /' of ,
,. fee "Wset\; .I. Ai 1 I I \ K r f *! "
: s A rw.. teattt. ArtiOc14l iHitrom orb tooth wa full et.CincUy -r. .. :' \ DE8ION8
I OrM-claii hiorata ; ,
't: '. ',Young ?mkii,** "ekia'tbeyondu'ctor, 'to- dentistry at prices v VI> I\V J,J Vi I. -
toners roWDBI a srtULTT.b: Furnished On'Appllagon-w
bacco chewing U not allowed In the ladleaVr. ''I -
---- -- -Wit. .
'Ij i .
,, am botfcLelrtog( baoooli replied therwing r
.w D. FULLI:.. JAMES CM AC! I : : Orange and.81xth>&.
to > man,with sonic wverity; "I ans chewing -
=' "Well, for heaven Bake,"sill the conductor DK..TlSnJ, I I LaSt.-
'f ,paninffcpf. (ram all po kat hi box:of't *aUinUon ire loCVuir* BiiUvvork.OoldpUtM ""d'[ I I 'I': ,,
Old Ctomfart,*ii..., tab a chew of tobacco and all dnKlau operation| rruln- .
-New York Bun. Inc to the Dental: An Uai admlnwurod lor the BEAUTIFUL LAWNS AND CRQUEI: IjfDJ'fD' ( II t ... rr-r-
plea vitraoUoi ot teeth. OlUc In First > J
+..M.--: I K atonal Bank Building ;Oet 6 U dC71tFAIi1.ANE.;

* Borne of the new short taIlor mad Jack tr P,OAE I / I I -o&4i.&U.a.-. .. . .
t t I'
'w .of plain! Helton cloth; with )<<*,po.tAIiyr TP J'1 1fllYUaU 1\... : I I ... .I 4. ALL r a KINDS '
b : UJt&r11-IIj m 't- ./Oa.ttott. '

's, Long coati that rover the entir dress, are Rooms, A'..... A Oaryi Block" OCALA < .. .. F< *Tint ArruTlro l, d t: : :JU It TIidYF.l 1. lballiaall. -0- .

( 4' *a4' of black broadcloth t and,, trtaimed .,...,q..,... rlal'a to Florida. OCALA, -.....* | ._. Tan turn: trsr.cnoa s TBBIB tvor Ooxrtm.av t tBrocg ts
around U* ruck and dow the front t.' a. d aa.. w1ao .q ., 's. I,' I"LOIUDA.:. .. Low tiaras ,
tralcht. line with UuMiaa aLU .a.I1",. .. .. 1m tm

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