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 12, 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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Resource Identifier: aleph - 002052272
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BUDGET OF HOME NEWSC. IMPROVEMENT ON FOOT KINO I Railroad Notes and Other Items of Ocala Day at the SubTropical.lo I An Urgent Invitation Which ii U. Of'eI

A"'El1t7E.. I News. Me Editor of Hatmtr: 1 I dined WithOCAIA trlert'I..

? BITTtNOKK.CU7 Editor. I Mr. A. M. Higgins, of Clay Spring, On the 14th day of last month, one FLA., Mar. 11. lAA\1.\
: What Push and Pluck Will Accomplish Orange county, imparted to us this thousand of Jacksonville's good citizens, D. F Jar
Go u S nd.n' and get a box of 5-cent In Florida. morning the following item of news In graceful acknowledgment of an inviation -' Sup Fla.:
cigars for |1."Y" fort King avenue rung east from Ocalato which will) have interest for the generareader from Ocala, paid their respects! to Message: received too late to meet you
Silver the improvement com ; our Exposition I considered that this yesterday, just arrived following from
don't you call on Ill"" the Jeweler. mences at Spring Mr. Meads, a man from Boston At the urgent solicitations the many visit from such a multitude of some of Semi.Tropical. Mr. J. N. Strobhar extend -
dSfebtd fruit and truck shippers of the Florida in SLite : for us to President Plant Supt. '
; he has one of the finest grove of the best people our was a specdal
The lots of the Ocala Company are bein citrus fruits, peaches and pears in Midland Railroad, Mr. R. B. Foes!, Superntendent mark of favor from Jacksonville to us, Jack and party, a pressing invitation to ,
>Ippldlydisposed, of. around Ocala. The next grove \tie;' that of said road, is being strongly a happy compliment to our city and Ex 1; visit our eiptiMition. Will endeavor to
of Mr. Sonkerterf grove of stealing urged by the people of Orange county xwition and an impressive' manifesta- make it pleasant.' Signal" by G. W. Wil r .

Officer Barnett I is acting city marshal! orange trees putout in 1880, and bide and South Florida as a roan emlrentlv (ion of the desire of that city for our bin President ; J. O. Clarke.'SeoreUry.
in the absense of ,Marshall Ball. fair to be loaded with fruit this 'ytar. fitted to occupy the grave and responsible friendship. In return for our courtesy 1-:. W. Acne, PiectiWnt\ \ First Natlonaf t. ''
of State Railroad Commissioner Bank ; John F. Uunn, President Merchant .
Nxt comer' Green, a man that own* a to them the peopln or Jacksonville have '
Yesterday, Will OlklnlOld eleven fine grove; he nas just putting Petitions are out and numer named Thursday, as Ocala Day" at National Hank ; Hr. T. P. Gary, r
tickets to tourists bound for Tilosville. a fine grove of orange another fruita. ously signed for Mr. FOBS' appointment. heir interesting Sdb-Tropical Exposition Mayor. J. N. STBOBAUR.

I0 Don't fail Next comes Mr. Tucker from Shelby. That the new railroad! from Apopka I[ bel'evethat' at this Invitation,there are 1
to attend the auction tf ville, Ky. who has lots of energy and City to Clay Springs: is !graded and will hundreds of Ocaliana to gladly respondand JAI'KSOHMLLI, KLA. Mar. 11, 1&59..Vr. .

Friday will be Polk county Day at push, and he bar.got 20 acres in citrus be in operation inside of sixty days. )Ir. help make bright a page for the / A' .'tXnilthar Ocala Fl
the Exposition, and. a. big crowd is ex fruit coming tnto bearing, and also a fierce is now in New York securing the history of beautiful Jacksonville, who is I have vmr telegram) conveying the u:

pected. \ 'v 1 \ variety of peach, plum, pear, grapes and iron.A. so proudly and valiantly arising from the kind invitation of President Wilson
1\ other small plants and is fixing up a wealthy English syndicate has pur ashes of her unequalled woes.' To do l Secretary Clarke, lion. Mayor Gary and
Our weather must "be crossed, yester fine home. chased the Tonyawatha Hotel at Clay this is but to write our cities fair fame a President Agnew and Dunn to President

day the air was chilly-this morning it Some little piece on down the avenue Springs with other property, and it is peasant place In that pleasant page and I Plant and myself and party to visit (Oral

i ie raining. is the home of Mr. U.l T. Bugbee, who is their purpose to establish t a large manu the picture of the young metropolis of I and theSemi-Tropieal Exposition. President .h..

Belton'Seott is DO. ,longer turnkey> a. from Chicago, III. He bought; propertyon factory of all kinds of wooden ware the! interior receiving with open arms of I Plant appn'elate!'; very highly the
from the abundance of cedar and
the jail; McCaa amlsbi in manipulating( the avenue about years ago, he had cypress welcome her friends of the Gate City"of compliment,but regrets that that enga<,>
theboltiand bare.r 7 acres partly cleared and a few orange timber at hand. the Peninsula will have its companion ments are such to deny his and his! u.
tree'He now has 20 acres good! mangy) Mr. John U. Daw, who built the Florr* piece. Mr. Editor, I invoke from Dill friends the pleasure of accepting. 1 hope w'.
The Scribner's budded trees that begin to bloom this Iday Midland railroad, has In com templalion citizens to Jackson-.
the famous publishers, a hearty response hope however to enjoy the honor just as. i. l''i: ,
,, .have a nice orange !grove, just coming spring, and has just finished putting out the building of a railroad from ville's invitation. I t18 only leave a soon as I it is possible for me to be so.
:f into bearing, near Ocala. 1,600 peach, pear, plum, fig and other Clay Springs to Palatka, and that the home guard" on that day and the bal. D. .h'. JACK, Supt. t a,
fruit trees. In the four: years he and his location corps will begin their work tomorrow ance of us in solid phalanx of kindly
i J M ;Kyle'Wartmann\ Is assisting his wife have made all the improvement the ISth.ForgetmeNot.. warfare invade' the! Empress of the We- Arrival at Our llotell. r n'e

father in the county tax collecting office, mentioned, and built, horse barn, corn .. ." laka. Very sincerely, OCALA Horse, March 11,-I* Jacobs, o
ably seconded by Mr.:Jones. barn, and have got a,(welling, and' be JOHN G.. REABDON.Mr. Jacksonville; F. A. Wilson, Jacksonville;
A fair and audience it
is soon to finish and run a wood yard! In appreciative greet J. C.Uolmanl Mass. II. !n. Keer N. Y.
(kindlertax-payers were lively In responding Ocala and has made of it ed Miss Atkinson at the Opera House Will ; ;
enough out .. or a Itrand Mr. G. C. Royal), Goldsboro,
I last in As"Stephanie"
to tax-collector Wartmann'acall to for 40 of land night tt'orget.me-Not. '
already par acres near N. c. D. S. Hade
Spencer. City W. H. tor
Subject Near and Dear to Ills ; ;
:; the scheming adventuress!,
next to Chipcoe are entitled to the city and has platted it off into5 acre
csburg /.T. Mullins wifs and
Miss Atkinson had the and Heart. ; ,
second opportunity
prize. blocks and has already aold two of them child
Minnesota Z. C. White Jr. Miee
to be improved for f 2/X) and bas 6 more she did not let I it pass, either, to display BELLE view, II LA.. Mar .12, 1883.Afr. White, Miss Curtis; MiF., ,C. ,White
Don't ,
attend the auction. tf her
to wonderful She!
blocks left which he thinks! will he sold powers versatility. : C. I. HUtingrr: Brnoklvn: Geo A. Wool, Chambers-
not herself be artist
only to
Attorney Couch completed his brief in as lOOn as a lot of Eastern people who in her line proved, but a mistress of her an art aa Mr. Hezeklah Butterworth, ono of the burg, Pa.; C. )0". Tatwn and wife, Louisville this

the,Smith case, yesterday, asking the are expected some time this month well. At one time tbe laughing, careless brilliant editors of the Youth' Companion Ky,; Win. H. Ion Jr., and wife, ,.
Supreme Court that a new trial be granted arrive. and reckless woman crowing swords and an author of note, will deliver a Providence, R. I.; J. }::. Mudler and wife, ''
the unfortunate man. After Mr. Bngbee comes Mr. George in the subtless repartee, and witty, keen- lectnre here at the town hall tonight, Providence, R. I.; J. W. Smith St. Augustine { cl
White, who has bought IbO acres and Romances of Florida" Admission J. Button Jacksonville 11. H.
Subject : ; ;
edged while at another the
The F. R.f& N. Co. to be commend has built him a house and is making ,
are scheming, revengeful outcast anti the 25 cents ; children 10 rent*. McAI Jr.. New York D. H. McAlpin.. t
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ed for placing new lam pa in their passenger other repairs.Mr. beautiful pleading suppliant for a better Please spread the news and give all Who New York; 1>. I.. Oberholtzeu, wife and
depot, which ligpts that uninviting Flint, of St. Paul, Minn., has par
up life, was turn by turn handled by this chooso a chance to leave Ocala on (107 daughter Phoenlxville, Ga ; John T, sE
place with great brilliancy. chased)0. acres on the avenue which brilliant lady with such skill that she train to-night attand the lecture here Diamuketi, Nt Augustine; Mrs. West Pol u,
has fez.dears (]| and is putting (.o< and return to Ocala 9:51 train Phase ock, Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Post Paul
on : ,
I carried her hearers by storm and showed
The aills and floor of the Sheriff's office frQltfi .
or njlel; 'peach, pear<< and other J
Yours in haste Waterman N. Y. Mr. and Mrs.
publish. Dupont,
that few if could equal her in thispart ;
t' under the effectsof He is any
having given to
away going put up a good as
GKO. P. E. HABT.Special Delaware J. A. .
Barnes Philadelphia
-Naiche: (Miss.) Jtanntr. ; ;
rot the safe taken out and ra.M.
dry WM Boom{a* he ,caD itt his grove started' A. Obyner, Havannah, Ja.; Mr. S. D,
.aelw tinbert and a news floor J put!in.j r 'f.1 I
Tbeitcomes'i Mr. Router.1 from St.1 Paul Madfe'the Rounds Notice. Brown, Micas Bradford Nashville; Waiter -

Don't fallto attend the auction' tf Minn., who ban bought 5 acres north ot} Our pushing tax collector, Mr. II. T. All persons! who | 1'a\8 received invita White and wife"MemphisJ.A.Ieer; *'
Wartmann, has made the county rounds lions to to Jacksonville Fruitland Park; E. P. Disinukea, Quincy, 4 '
Mr. Flint, which is clcare% fenced and !go Tuesday,
Mrs. W. D. Williford was taken suddenly has as per appointment appearing in the March 14 Ocala must the Fla J'
it ) citrus frulta2l Day, notify
put ;
ill last night, and for a time her After Mr.'II.wontcr, comes i tide tf'rnpeeple BANNKB, winding up last eunlni'at secretary to-day of acceptance, or tickets MonntzuMA, HOTKL,-A. 11. Stafford' *
life was despaired of, but Dr. Van Hood that bought the last will be ismied" to others. The only regret Conn.; H, M. lager, Conn; Dr. A. J, ,
was called' in, and *relieved*" the suffering I all Northern and on Eastern avenue peoplE lie reports only moderate success,'but ; of the'committee>> is that they do not China, !Sumter, H. (i; Dr. Moody, city; .
lady; year Thay have brought blocks of five and places Chipco precinct at the head 'o!f Have transportation for all who desire togo Martin Mercer and wife, Pueblo\ Color
the list every man in it except one but President Wilson is ado; J. A.Carr., New York; Mr. Hllderlv, ;
Mr. G. N. Sauesy, passenger agent of ten acre each. They were scared pfl negotiating.:
the Silver Springs, Ocala 4: Oalf Railroad, by the yellow fever last, yean I but now paying his taxes for the year 1888;, From with the railroad company, to give around Ian.Gntflth, Springfleld, Mo.1.: Utlo.( \1/
we understand l is a candidate for State:! they ate beginning to write t iMr. E. J. now on until April let, the Tax Collector trip excursion rate for that day, Brown and! wife Ocala; J. Hro u, .
Railroad Commissioner. He would I Bughe to know If a man cao live i in will be at his Ot-ala office to receive for onrtlnildr, and expects to succeed in NbrwOO\l, Ga., G. H. .Fowler Palatka. F
make a good one. Florida when they tell him that the taxes, either by letter or in person' ante his efforts. Florida: ; Miw Mary Bedford, Ky.; H. U.t s,
most of the State is and covered which date the list of delinquent coil t Stevens: Citra I ;,D. M. Rnlifor.UisHSikai I '

Mr. R. E. Yonge, is,, m king preparations with aligators. There swamp are now aliout be in the printer's hand for four 'weeks It always affords{ the BAt+riee pleaiure Citrn, ; (1. Pepper, N. Y.; IL Turiibull, i

to building a tw'p-etory dwelling. 25 families that have bought here and] and the fee for setting, and puUisltinjsame to mach nqttt 6>(; anything which IIIltowBthe Monticf'lIolo'la. tM
on his lot fronting on First South street, say that if I can get a living here they will be added. This is fair warn material progress and advancement! -
which will occupied by Mr. William think they can BO long as I was raisedon dug and tax payers who have tarriec of Ocala and Marion county, and no better comfortable well kept hotel that rprlargtw
Bachelder. So we grow. the green hills( of Vermont. better quicken their steps on this line and indication! exists than the financial most reasonable rates, in the y
Now the object of this settler i V* to let save themselves trouble and additional i reMats| made by our banks. Ijist week Harnett House, Kavannalt., Ga., co long
'The flower stand in the Marion exhibit : people at home know what Is being, expense we published, the splendid .showing. of conducted by Mr. M. U llatnett.Ntw'fork 'f' I
at the Sem -Tropical,made entirely the l"lr..tiatlonal.. This week make \\\orld.\ juarlltf 'r ,
done on Ft..King Avenue, and the people Mica Maude Atkinson we "
of palmetto wood is a thing of beauty -- ---
of the East that Northern an exhibit of the financial! nmdithjn of ;
a man can
and attracts tbe attention of all. .Jt was I "Ingomar, the Barbarian," WM '' at
the Merchants' National which must IM
; succeed in ,
Florida if he
bas push and energy -HERE 1 AM I.1"
contributed by Mr, Ottensosser off Silver dared at fire Opera House last night to
gratifying to its stock holders' and '
enough to try to make. home he very ... '
Springs Park; I will a delighted audience by the Maude At itspAiron.. Its loans and discount foot; jrr rl't; ''i ;' : i.Ti the And t line' E
his surely succeed. E. J.' Bcgbee says kinson 'Dramatic Company. Miss At dp >$104B5.WJI( : While its individual de- -..... --.........-............ ...-.---f'j"f..f. ......,.
Don't fail to attend the auction. tf place is not for sale, F'orida is /goo kinson is ,
a charming actress and those
,; enough for him. K. J. BCQBEK. |H)8)ts) were on the 20th' of February FLORIDACURIOSITIEH; .yam '
}fro A. M. Hirgins formerly a resident who" witnessed her in the difficult role 11Q7x: 1'1:?. Ocala proud of the mlmlrHgle :; ,
of Electra, in this county, but now The following is the endorsement of as Parthenla" last night are singing Manner that charatterizn th"manajl'IIIt'nt FANCY nOODS
General Robert Bullock the above her praiaes to-day.. Mr. Fred H. Cody, and ,
located at Clay Spring in Orange county on iiiccfM attending thuinstitutions
from business statement : M,"Inicomar; i. the recipient also\ o f tii of onr city. AND STATIONERY.OFFICE ;
stopped over a trip .to: '
Gainesville, to see the Exposition anddibecribe The, writer of. the above article Mr. many entoniamns. To-nlgbttheaodet! Y .r- I
play of Forget-me-Not" will be '. Master Wlllwr lee Pasteur of : St'PI-UBd At UIWKST PE/CES.
for the BAKNIK. Bugbee I in coq son our .
; met adjoining
ran county, decal in ..
which Mlfa Atkinson eJr.'otlrttv. :
will di.-!! popular commissioner, has a --- "I 1 .I
Don't fail to attend the auction. tt'' search when of he a first home came to the that State I In' play liar wonderful powers of versatility display. of wool, l in* the Marion rooatyexhibit .....-............ ...._....._....."..........._.....__ ,;1
old citizen with some Finding knowledge of was the an at, a ,scheming adventuress, revciigefi)1 at the tiemi-Tropial that does *wl-. ..A..ful!!..1.1Ieol. Mataslnw.udthevery, .-.i.i B,

The sweet and smiling Will Hopkina county, Mr. Bugbee said to me that afttr. outcast, and the beautiful ,uppli has erected in front of the new F. K. & he looked over the county he would i a Utter life. We hope that this really Wilber Is ahrperd of the Hock, i all t?

N, ticket office a neat and attractive.lamppost come to Ocalaand see and if I could i excellent company will be greeted witha the new sary.labor to catch the sheep S< -itwareea b&D4.c--
and when the sun don't shine; satisfy/ him that. 4orthertman who full house. secure the tft'tOCand prepare it'fcir'' exhibition ....,. .. 1.
was -
and the moot,1.1 ip the pfcU, the Hlumi-t willing to work, tn t'whose avwation in'' Will lnoteaee.Their Capitol. wax his work; and it juMtsuch, .:_....oc.i._..._:A._...iwi1)'iP...._.__..t-.i._.... ; .; ......
Dating lamp on I 1C, pointa the way to direct life had not been out door labor, could Interest as he has shown, manifested by --I: SI
At.ajarge and! of
communication. rnthuylatf/iy eUng all classes of, people that make
.; make a living bytilling the soil, hej the stockholders of the, Merchants' Na Hlatfiind National fairathe county teachers ., I .

petition is in circulation, which will would make a purchase and undertake! ) tional4 flank, held ' it. la the
ask President Harrison to appoint John course of time Mr. Bngtoa! mously. decided t to increase the capital I .
R. Dewey post titer at Ocala. If *a turned up and said hfthad'! l not beeniabl e Mock rtf the Itaok to >lletlNySubaorip) ( inaction. .,.-*.-..... ..,.._-.Jo.. _1..o1.. ____ .

are to have a change of management id/ to find any place'that exactly eultt liMa open only lo prueiU tUtckJutldrri. A Mr. B. A.: W+'atlieri..pf.,tln iTriu of E. .._ --ONBMAUDE wngUOIiuggciNbu: _
him, and that if I could show Jim/ a .,.wt.k-.._ __ fcf
otn office, we can commend Mr. Dewey votedith.nktvruananio.oslytrndet col W Agnew & (:",, has returned from his :
place that would come up to his Idea of to its President Hun.![ Julm F.Iunn extenxivu, (In MON MARCI '11TH '
aa a gentleman of fine business ,abilitiesandtaiu for puahaMinif: tour New York, DtY, ? .
a home In }Florida he would l mate Mlapbo ,
an his
zeal and
ntAMhkbJechf: racter. etiicient inane inent of Boston and other citiea. --t f*
S1 LJlMW WM4M lw M MV '1 investment' .1 Mid to him before( I said! bank : i trr1 r5yrhi' u r,..?;,..;. -: i ,; <
Messrs. MUter A Spencer, attorneys in would undertake to suit him, that he IIIijUC) <10:' I. : l d: }antll/( '
A Card of Thanks.The :\ .....J. onuActrNI, :
-rnu idea of what site .J n"
the Green Hodge ease, completed transcribing give me an .
evidence in the ca* ,, ,and for : place he wanted; and about how much iienti'xned; lakes this means olexprnutiiig or MonKuuma, JIo i uJ 41"/ Itjitea J "on and i '
t warded it yesterday to Tallahassee, for I money he wa// willing to invest" After I hit niottt sincere, and hertfelltliaijkfl Alter this Uaic.Rates ,ATKINSON I ,.
tbe. Inspection of the Supreme Court, on getting his ansv-er my'mind was at otirahUvd I to Major l ntaater, and. also to I i. t'--It-a."t''T1'rrr'f''l'rla-', 'f'''''''''' i
which they will base their actions for or .with a pla x_ that I felt confidentwould I tile utlictrs: and tuetsftrere of the Pula M fulluwsV: b'per'di: : $10 per And her t&rdulJ Ir .1f'CMd eat p4 ftl.euotre i e (
till all hit In few" Rifles, fur .their klo-noM| shown 16 w.. >17 w&k for/laM ldard .vl i 101 leFeD..11.01"17'} .nud I&,1L TuNda t the : + ,A'
agrl' fur t co.id.mned requirements. a htiq rrki; per ; flrty '' lIetlM rl4 1ti
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pIm&"Ia: I & t l..w hours rJiad him,Jo a buggy .and took ou the .l"f ,March 6th and Cth4 cttntllrl .nnsal; fifty *nbt per l>f m. { I tiHta to the property"Jwtfert tj(trsdf wa4 I Such kind and;] wrens hearted' feeling a,/ CliijJreo', under t6n yearsbaf) {price. .' r;
the auctioV: tf made lit a few Minute I extended to him wiJloer Le (urgottennw IL J. VJlfAit, f.eMt-! F o )f,a'I, E'vrir,ti SCA'r L VQ:, /

Mr !Ii I have watched Mr Bftgbee very cI P. X. NruAouc" ,' Praia, "11d,1f; ;AA t *' ',llmehd< wl F 0 n; v. IN.Iii.MILc':, : ''H'o. T
BerfHedJinjf no longer an act. ly and with interest ever since Isold tbe I Cai4aia Third (Cgupiipy Itoatoa Liglij 4. '' I' O'H.J'E'1'1flE'NJo'r.
iv nretnber or the Ocala Rifles ;
having -"I''
property, and 1 icon became tatufie'i Infantry Veteran Corj,*. lylotlales IS i
tendered his resignation which was ao I _. F Q Rgc ,; M 'E''N'
that with his and q'.IE. ; ??/l'
be ApffQui
cdptbd atUte meeting of the company energy 'enterprise > lilie li''k'oorji.... .- .
last evening bl1U1 A name on the would MM**)**! Notice. twn room.. xtoaaipfi,, S onedroIJR4. ac a ..:. .',.:, ...4l..6...................._,.. 'If I .. ,
roll of honor and his uniform put Iiii it) statement above hi Very' modest Na pCMtage KuUcriptions ..! I,1C orange It sad uxJes. aeMnee, 1W ...... t r

him token, of the high given in lie has att'OmplillhflfllDffre than he even of"' larger dt'nominatldn than in* fruits" ,..", },"f1ce "',000, ra.s!n'' htloQttlrf'etjt1&rten I o.eout eoesry!I. :.......,,,..Fnw. ooteaa f
as a
: respect claims, and made the of a one and two .nU.U .. .. .
reputation > ut I niillP,,btitbtUt'4Ibl tJ cJj .
wbicto he U held, and for the admirably >; :
nod citizen and la ,ta tots' with .tr.Y'KiJitT Y7-
folly fuuft! ttouee OcaLa. Ca For1
record he made Lp the company daring :IGrdIR 4iWlIIMthettNlvalis ,owners i
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il.'J III 8 kbo. ,r ;>t cUxtr ..f..l" ..u.;.;__w.L. ...
bis connection with it in the r II. I
j3r-' years\J tat ; &it t1tt so well remembered by the people of ; dv'".Dtircjiidtt"f tt.it q ift; j rr1Ml as. .l.' e..i.cow N -w..QuaJa
*** *i ( to ,atU'itf l&oaucUocr Ocala, was in iW oily t>day..r cnq wi lid j# ... ,.o }>c 1Ra fX.pd 1 .f ',h.jIIICb6c f

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,. TI1E OG' LA !7 jNNiiT'EfA -t l 110 HAS LIED?' ter they knew-, 1 was, on- rite r-:' war-path- I "' r .'\ : GJVEN1 I

..' would have,done me no good. In regard '
& to the Condition'.the car arrived In I 11 I
.Dr.fflarrla' U ply fo '
v Deroto. Davidson I will refel any one \Jr..JArnuld., tlitf AWAY i iI
gentlemanly and obliging! freight agentof 8 eIIlaueI' s. ,
fiflgaw r. ." .T .tli4 Editorof, Bannar* -. thr h.:ft N: at Cincinnati.; I will mho- ...........................:......................I.....*........-......<*(.....
1 ask space In the HANKER to make a ask any shipper if oranges that potljrooah Somebody hall found un out at l last and been i
plain statement of facto in regard!: ,; to \ |n.4 days and! 10 hours, are apt giving away the secret by which has been seROWBLL'S i

Davidson & Devoto, and in answer to to be much damaged; and then I want L uret1N..,.,, ,...... ...w....,,,..,. .....,.N.N.wN.,
their article in the last issue of your information about hot refrigerators andbow

jt(>f>]rly, they, become heated after a ton of,
They nay the article In the Palat- ice fa I added .i i
*ka News of February lt and Ocala BANNER I also ark any gentleman interested to Special 'Sale' BIGBUSINESS
of February 6th, Is, "a base fabrira- write te Capt. J. C. Orannon, number 34
tlon." I never aw the article In the I to 41 Emory: Arcade, whose reputation
A>'w.a and knew nothing of the BAINYRarticle I in national and who would not make a
until 1 aw it in ".rin'. The BAN. I false statement'for all Davidson & Te- ..... ..... ,.."...Tt-T M ntlrt
KtR article did not mention any names, voto are worth or ever will be. -OFDRESS And now the wcret'iTM beceme public keeping I'
Davidson A Devoto' itwas I will! anything In to help II arty and town talk there! In no MM onr
but if they meant my power : quiet to we admit that the secret of our :
very Incorrect. Let me state the I them 'sllthe mattes" and am happy to I .!. (great.. trade li. ... ........ :
their far ---- -- -- '
facts and.let the uhlj-pers- draw .. inform them! that M as my knowledge } :: :: :: :::
'. own concluHions. goes, the courts are always open to
h Oeala to' be a Clfy ? I will take the laxt car 1 shipped them. refer having a rievanc e. and if they GOODS TO SELL THE BESTAND

s Aft Ocala ta aspirin to he a city, she The car left Hparr on the night of January to me In their statement, I will
should labor to establish some few manufacturing 2nd. on F. 0. & P. railroad for Cincinnati meet them more than half way. One -
indn trles. via I.. &: :q. road. It arrived' at thing/ more, as far as the E. W. Green
Her 'cotton gins.. should be reestablished 113 destination on January 7th at 5' :30 a. business is concerned: Davidson & De- Ask the Lowest I

.. and her cotton seed saved to fer In., being jour days and ten hour' only on voto are interested with him (In a grove ..rLadies' .
.. tilize and improve the land. he road. On January 8th, twentv-fonr and as one of the firm remarked he wasa : Best goods and lowest prices:In brief li what :
Borne ago abe had three cotton hour after the arrival of the car, David. relative of theirs. His statement I : Oils our store wIth customers: and makes a I i

ginning establinlitnents years running day and ton & Devoto wrote me the following must he taken Cum grano tola. Fine Broadcloth, !I.household................word.........of.....the.....name.........ot........_..N?\.........:.
which to letter : With thinks' for your kindness and an ,
night, gave employment a
large number of laborers. i CivciNNiTf, O, January ft, 1889. 1 apology for taking so much of your ROWELL
Aa we produce a fine quality of long C. C. Jtnrrto Purr, ToM" space, but Davidson & Devoto began It 50 and 45 Inches wide ,
thread Your car came In to-day. The oranre were and I was forced to explain "who lied." ,
staple sotto ) a spool factory
ransferred to a h"'t refrigerator and were la bad
4 should be established. This would encourage order Rome boxes seem to te, fully rotten We Very truly yours,
t the planting of cotton,and would hue given tbe railroad official special oners not C. C. HAKKH. 80c. 90c. and $1.
to anyof our oranges In refriiceMtor can, M I ,
stimulate the of the put
price same.A weather 1s too warm
hey are too warm. Palace Store !
we also produce an excellent gradeof her for orange, they are rotting fast and little I The Kodak, I Drug
tobacco and Lave hundreds of acres of demand. W e Inclose you check lor 11.50, which l We were pleasantly reminded the other Worth from 81.75 to 32.25
In, the ben we can do for your fruit. We had to
I good tobacco lands cigar factory should let the draft go back. II the frblt bad been reasonably day of our trip to Mexico by the ar-
be established. This would etlmulate sound would have paid, but In the .hot rival of a package of photographs, sejt
,r the growing of tobacco and would give car Una* melted down. us by friend Clark, editor of, the St. -
employment to a number of laborers. Don't ship any more nntll we advise.you. Louts Photographer which represents
Very truly 'Ollrs.1'6V11101I ALL WOOL
. }Altabta'h these' factories first and & brvoTo." places and scenes, we witnessed on that WHOLESALEAND 1 ( (
: others would 'follow, It takes something On receipt of the above letter, I at delightful and memorable trip to the A z.
more.than A. of oranges and tics. The Kodak is invented -
l crop once inauired about fruit being transferred i a newly COLORED HENRIETTA -- --
a few stores and hotels to build up a city. to a hot refrigerator and found it pocket camera, no larger: than an ordinary *.
false and as the. firm had another car ot cigar box, the invention of the Eastman Retail I Drugs !
Wo Don't Need Them 314 ,boxes shipped previously and not Dry Plate A Film Co., Rochester, 40 inches wide,
"VnrU Bam with a terrible frown, vet accounted for I took the first train N. Y., and marks new era in taking:
In walking hli sea enact up and down for Cincinnati arriving there on Monday photographs It. it eo constructed and -0-
Pound+ to ini great rage and mortification, January 14 I at once went to adjusted that any person can use it in
II. hadn't one dvccut fortification. Cant J. C (;rannon, ex-chief of detective taking object, instantaneously and will 55c. -
the above reminds us that w bare a
fort Beading to protect our bar t bat we tremble In our of Cincinnati and now chief of become indispensable to hunting{ fishing OILS, STATIONERY, TOILET
buM when we think of what John Hull I could do "The Grannon Detective Bureau' a camping, tourists parties and sightHeeerx 4
inlha vntof a ooo&elt with Uncle Ham He gentleman of undoubted veracity and in bringing back with them the -ANDFANCY -
4 could Chat demolish and yellow this fever town would ID fifteen be nowhere minute la Integrity and one of the best known scenes of hundreds' of Interesting instructive Worth Sl.OO. ARTICLES
depopulating the city.-Jtnumatna Mirror. detectives In the west.. I secured his and pleasant happenings. Our
Does the' Mirror really anticipate an assistance and under his direction I friend Clark will accept" our sincere In Complete Stock I \
attack (rum John Bull or our Cousin went to Davidson &: Devoto under an assumed thanks for his kind. remembrance and
.. a Germans? How long has Fernandina's name and priced my own fruit. he can rest assured we will always cherish -0-
' s t forts been erected, and what good havethey It was 12. 0 per b ix-no a penny less." a pleasant recollection of his genial Headquarters We handle none for Wall bat the Paper finest and brand OweD of agate Seeds
,, done? If new forte were erected I finally got: two boxes delivered for company and sunny countenance. Special Inducements in
., to-morrow, would they be any more MOO. Their salesman told me the fruit WHIOIIT A FHAZEH,
serviceable '& few years hence than was "sound and ,very firm-thev had Occupation.What PPBUO- SQUABS t : t t ocitA.ru
:, the old brick forts are now ? The several hundred boxes of that brand. a glorious thing for the human QamSMillinery01inery 4
cry for new forts and new ironclads it I paid for them BMW them marked and I heart! Those who work bard seldom Our Clothing and
: on A jntr with the cry for "protection"it net out in the door for sending on the yield to fancy or real sorrow. When rI
all springs from selfishness. This wagon. Davidson A: Devoto say they repacked grief sits down folds its hands and
country don't want ships of war and long 'them. I say they fa, the two mournfully feeds upon its own fears *
' "'' line of fortifications! great standing boxes never left my sight until. they weaving the dim shadow that a hthle exertion Shoe< J .-........-.....-........-- !
armle 'land tbe one is useless! without were loaded on the wagon.A might sweep away into a funeralpall Department I lOur Milliter it at home again iI I
cultivate the arts afterwards :Mr. Davidsontold the is its ....... ..i....................._._.............._.. J
the other. We want to few days strong spirit shorn of .....-...... ...............................-... ..
of peace and bo on friendly terms with me his man repacked\ them' said I might, and sorrow become our master. I -JUST FRODi TIIE NORTIIWith !
all the world. A thousand men engagedin "did you see him do It?" "No, but h. When troubles flow upon you dark and .. f. :: J
productive occupations are a better laid he did." -Then belied"Capt. heavy, toil not with the waves,and wrestle complete '

preparation for war than ten thousand Urannon Mr. 8. 8. Bch ff and not with current, rather seek by occupation .......-..........................a.-..Full......_....and............................Stock.........o/.....,...-
. soldiers idling away i their time and destroying myself examined{ the two boxes and we to divert the dark waters that C. Rlieinauer c & Bro -- -- ....-......-....-
( the wealth that others produce did not find an unsound orange nor had threaten to overwhelm with a thousand. FINE MILLINERY.NM
r If the editor of the Mirror will look the hoops| on either boxes been dis- channels, w hick the duties of life always .
around at the uselww fortifications that turbed. Capt. Gran non and myself then present. Before you dream it, those U29} .=:i i::o--EverthingFirst.Cleae--o! : :: : : ..;.:=
girt our sea coast and the war ships that visited the freight depot at the L. A N, waters will fertilize the prsent. and give
'. rotting In our docks, he ..illilee that We found Davidson Devoto had receipted ; birth to fresh flowers that will I become o-oGOODS GUARANTEED.o-o
are ........ ............. .
orderand the I -i .NNM.N
there things are useless to a peaceful for the car in goat pure and hply in the sunshine which !. ; .N..MwM .NNNw.EH0bdE&ENash.E
enterprising and Industrial nation. Iithe L. & N. Co. now hold that receipt. The I penetrates to the path of duty. in every ......:..-.! 1 IB 11.1 11.--I
world bad>glven as much attention depot-muter, yard-master and clerk obstacle. Grief, after all, is but a selfish
*MueuIp. ''I to to training citUens in the beauty of who checked the boxes out of the car, I feeling; and most selfish is the man who "- -' i .........."........?N.N.NM.Nw.NNN..NN..NM..MN..
joace as she has in the arts of war, our all asserted most positively) that the car I yields himself 10 the indulgence of any IIAKEPEARFM. lefford's Old Stand Public Square Ocala] FU.TBE .
civilization would bo more glorious than wan in perfect order to all appearances. PSMlort which bring no joy to his fellow-

yr: it is. .. The checking clerk said there was only wan, -N? ..........---..-...-..-..-- ..... -......-..-........-..-.-....--wMN..NNw
--- one trouble with the car, It over ran 25 HAS TRULY SAID
''k South Lake Weir Happening boxes more than bill of lading called Not Wanted. I I.......:: ._ ::....- : REDDCTIONs :
Our Regular Correspondence. for. (The reason of this l was because NEW YORK, March 0, 1889. "There If a Tide In the affairs of men which I 1
ro The residence of Mr. aud Mrs. D. P. Davidson & Devoto hail instructed me to I To Strawberry Shippers: i taken at Its ebb leads on to fortune" i .
300 boxes In each car I "' '''''' ''''' : ,
Milholland was the scene of a very always put -Nini wj'8' ----
We are to-day notified by the Health YOUR CHANCE, t '"
; pleasant gathering last Thursday evening shipped to them and bill the car at 250 authorities of this city that after this : GRASP ATONCR.ANOTIIK 1

the occasion being\ the marriage: oftheir boxes, and they would work it BO a* to date all strawberries arriving an unripe i 1 ..............................KJRTUNK.-......" ......IS....-1OCRS.LISTEN................ i OI'STOCKr--

.. daughter Miss M. May Milholland save We me learned freight on that 50 the boxes.) were condition or not well colored will : I I : I. --.......-......NNM-....,...-.... -..
to Mr. Charles B. Gale, editor of th transferred to ice refrigerator oranges In Montgomery be condemned by the Health Inspectors ......._...._...........l..L........................... .._.
Lake Weir Indeptndmt. The ceremonywas an as unfit for human food. I MEANS GCKiS"A.T' *
performed by Uev. J. A. McMahau Ala., and that the car was iced
We advise to have *
strongly shippers I *
assisted by Uev. Mr. Uale. of Jackson I with one ton" of ice How are you "hotrefrigerator. their berries well colored befogs shipping .......................... ............................ -...-..NN.-...AND....-.....BELOW.--.COST...-
*Hle, a brother of the groom. Miss at least till the 25th insU when tbe I

1'. and Nellie D.8ttv.MlofOc Edward Milholland la, was a bridesmaid brother or! railroad After getting officials,the Capt.statements Grannon and of myself the rice weather will will color be getting in transits.warmer and her -.---...-.T'j.j...-.........-.......-.............. !.: -I-Ij "=-,

. the bride was beat man. The bride was called on Davidson & Devoto and Years up 1t MR. FOX HAS JUST STARTED FOR THE II
and made ourselves known. What a surprise t I ,
becoming !
\ attired dress of In white an elegant, ornamented very with orange was there my countrymen. J. 11. ATIRKT 2s4 Washington A: Co., St. "....-.-BUY-...-A..."WHAPPINO"... BIG.........." f, Mww.N. ......_........... _..._---I -

., blossoms and rose buds. A large nutn They stated that the oranges were i =STOOK OF'QOO'DS= j --
ber of beautiful presents testified to the badly rotten. Wo dlilered t with them Sorry He Could not Come. j ........................ ......... .................... i 'NN ?NNNMN.N PLACE ... ..

1 y; held esteem by lo their whidvthe many'happy fnen} couple!!. Mr.were and said and told Davidson them\ what said the"they railroad had officials not receipted ASHLAND OntO, March 6th, 1889. !. ._.................A:.! .D..WE. .MllVHAvV.;: ..................... !. -..--..-N.-.NNN.NNM..N.wN..Y..N...-------

: '1 Mrs. Gale will reside at Foster Park for tne car in good order it was Editor Ocala Banner: ...............-.......-................................-...... I
Mr. Pray is clearing a part of his ten not true, and if any railroad official said DEAR SIR: I owe you an apology that I I. ill.I .-
" acre tract at the corner of Indiana street so. he would make him eat dirt & ." have not e're this remitted for the BAH 1OOM TO l'UTTnEX. 1 I -- ..-

and Western avenue; We asked him to go with us to the NKR but I had constantly beeu hopin A CHANCE: TO SHOW THEM : !
l"* Mr.and Mrs. Wm. }"wAr. who have freight depot. lie could not, but ho to be i iv. Florid before this, but wy T i ii --...--.... .......--
:... been spending the winter with Mr. A. II.! would the next morning at 9 o'clock. wife's bAlth has been so very poor that IMK TO SELL THEM, !i ii ----..........-......-...--.-
.' Fisher on Bristol streets left for their The next morning we were on hand to I am reluctantly compelled to give i SOMK.MONEYTOPAY |
home at, Gloucester, Mans., on Tuesday. see the railroad men eat dirt, but to our it up for very this season, and 1 must say thatIt .FOR.........THEM. ..;.......... j .,.. M .FISHEL'S. I
Mr,Fisher has bought a three acre lot of surprise there was no appreciable ha been a great disappointment to UI ." ; : ..,' ::.:::::::"- -- 0
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Dr. Chase!, on which be Intends at once amount of dirt masticated as Mr. David both. I only hope it may be our privilege ....... \*:vi __ ... .- -"_' ...__
... to build a house to have in readiness for son's receipt for car in "good order" was l as well as pleasure' if life be spared' :: .:.:::::::::=:::::::::::;f: .. .:.e. ..way. .of....... .I oc.---: : : :: ; tv FLORIDA!
next treason.w trust in Lila face, and he was to be on hand next season The BANxi I .............. V 1 .
blank employeeconcerned. i DRISS: GOODS, BLANKf/, ........... \ ? ._. ,...N.NNN..N.l
for railroad
. Rev. Mr. Noble Oriole,preached point by every we must ha\e. Wishing it great success I. CIAAir'rl9 i NN

the Union hardest Sunday. He became as mild as a I am, Yours very truly .I .....-...-..................-....-........:... ...d. HATS, SHOES AND i ii .
Ont\ofthe forest! tires in many sucking dove when the bill for iceingthe W. II. II. l OTI'n. t .... ......-...........-............ !
i. years, visited Thursday. The high car was exhibited by Mr. Arnold of the I
wind rendering ordinary fire guards or L. A N., and under Capt. Grannon's The Red Grocery, Magnolia street U I ---IIT.Et'I'i: f.G..1i l llARllETT11011SE =
but little use.'a treat deal damage was clone questioning became very much the place to buy your groceries. !
" done to fences. confused. They stated they had sold 3J H. Z.u'Ouua. Proprietor.d i '''''''w'''- i -1-
'; Tbe Sunday night singings at the boxes for 85c. per box but settled for i'i''i
{ are becoming very them at II per box. They never ad. -- ..-,-I j i ua dV : : : LEADING POPULAR HOTEL
: regular, amine host"Albiston makes duced one l.taof proof to substantiate i. I1 t'?Tliliu i i OCR: i Uo SAT f i -I-Ii
all welcome.rS their statements, and as I obtained $204 ::;;: v: _'0_ SAVANNAH, . GEORGIA.
e Mrs. O. L. Street and Uiss Cora Lord, more oa the car than I ever expected I SNOWDEN A McFAULANE, i i -- tY LOW PRIOES.i .:-.;: I, \ -

of Washington D. C.. arrived at the am tolerably well satisfied. ( -DIALUS l .. ....
the Amoskohegan House laat Saturday I never stated that I believed "every i I coMlt' j i j ELEtTRIC'U i.R'TS"'ANA' iL '
c + Mr.-W. H. Yomans, of Columbia CUa thing was square' on their part for try ALL KINDS OF FURNITURE0 : IAD_ WILL YOUf I i -.-....N.NINM.N.NM..L.... +.1
:. delegate to the American Pouologica u bard as I can, I can't believe so. 1)1 ENjt
, t"I'"I Society, who has been spending som. coarse I declined to enter Into an examination AM N & ( FOX ,
... Artesian Well water. Street Canto *U Depots
i time at the popular Amoskohegan House, of their books for if they had in. ;SSTITB inrtcnoM or Tsars Oonrtar8rot .. --'" ,
t: started for the North several days ago. tended to take any advantage of me, an = "B Low rucm. : -1-

r Bourn SIDE. examination of their books 24 hours af 1m skit .\ \ Fv \. i RATES Imehtt REDUCED TO 1s PER DAY.'I I


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This Exposition, incorporated_undertiie a laws of tin Stnte of Florida, opened nt- '"' \ .1 f ERS
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OA AL.i, NIARIONGOUNTY, :Flp' JANUARY\ ) 29tll '1889. i' YuII 19 Dull p.. I

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; CLOSE 1889. I'' 111th;

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This: will be an Exposition of Pomological, Horticultural and Agricultural products of Florida l and her eftUslimbers; woods, minerals and live stock, and in addition articles ,
and products gf general interest from all States and countries. Entry is open to tho)Vrld? for the)display of its jjroducta. No charge for entries.nor,., Bpuoo for the produota, \ IK th.
manufactures of Florida. : tf ,, I I htrh.IIE
The United States Experimental Station for improvement and development of'products? indigenous to this section has been located contiguous to our exposition ground Mllrx*
"*. invite exhibits of all descriptions, particularly those pertaining to the arts, mechanics ; guaranteeing uniform courtesy to all exhibitors [ :,

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OEO. W."WILSON, .President. WM. FOX, First Vice-Presidont t J t. DR. II. KNIGHT, Second Viee-Presideut f S'f
C. W. CAMPBELL, SR., General. Manager. G. S. MAYO: Treasurers ,,\-\/: J. 0 CLARKE, Secretary

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Paid Up Capital, 350,000.00 lNCO11PlETEN'i ... j F, Auroci
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One of the finest and beet equipped banking houses in .:-- "
bank. We have special( facilities. for making Collections on or- '
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and careful attention to all E. P.DI8MUKE8,
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Lee county sent up some splendid-ex I.':f..t er Terms $1::5O l per day, IfcouM, I

hibits last night. Rates by Week or lotQ.
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Fresh fish and Homosassa oysters Late of Park Avenue Hotel, New York 1lal1rer sMCClif: )
dais* At Cou p ere market. fimchtdTH ton House, Niagra Falls T. I

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had WyUuUflect(, on the number. pfes- .t/t / f f t tr *4 "\
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s Mr.: John T. Disaiukes: Presidentof *3 TIl8 UnDID Coinjavj t
a National Bank in St. Augustine, is lathe a .. 1 ,
city. ... 1
Eleven States of our glorious Union TZZV'CORPORATE]
were represented at the Ocala House _

yesterday. (ft..
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Colomef f Alfred M'p :.. ,,!, t I; '
; d brother, 'MarUnl''of South' ,.........,. .... ,. 1.1 CAPITAL
citizens Carolina Col, a John M. and Majot eteetaed Martin, .1 I" ..,,.. oJ w ". .) '. STOCK $500,000.f I \\ i1UJ

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A special meeting of the Y. P. fe.'C. fc., ) :
i / IDS COMPANY II now prepAred te1 rleU 8 4/1 I,
is hereby called for Wedne J. or loti 4ox10o feet from $10 upwards an ..
e March 13, at 8:30: in the Methodiat cared at the "west End" vrvni.. Parties i t h
charing- One Share of Block of One Hun U
church. T. J. HIKTON, Pres. down will be
prwa letottpot Lots 4ar1uD
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President Wilson is in Jacksonville it- ; 43flq ,For farther particular call upon or add_ ))0.00 y
and has extended an invitation to the 'A ( .I.IS1 H2t. ) Geo. S. Mayo, Gen'l Kong fl a

4 j: Grand Army of Florida, who are now in I i' No. Marion Block, OCALA, Frjfl
1 session at Palatka, to visit the Semi-) 1m d-w ISfeb -

Tropical. I and Stock lowu-,
i4 Professor Colby has secured the services 44, ,
t of Mr/Hmitb, the artist phbtogra-
;; pher, and to-night at the;close of "}'p'r'?: ./..' WEIHE IfTHE
get-me-Not" at the Opera' Jloule, heilr .'.. ,'t
lake Jjaeh-light picture of the house,
audience and .
stage. -
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The BANNER is requested to My by one --
of the heaviest stock holders of the \ atc Clock '
Ocala Company that Capt. S. M. Thayer I iW Joe1ry '
: is still in charge of the management of / % 1 f f' I ,, 1 r
all t'I r .'
thpt O aJa UoaM/aJjJ/ reports to the 11 t : ,

o contrary art ,unl obtled. .. J j I j ; i i ir !; .

Don't fall to attend the auction tf LINBIJ

p We understand[ -at.lhe county com .. .- -: .- --- -- -0- U
missioners at their late session, allowedthe a- I. 1
board and I lodging bill of the jury in Kepalrlng a .
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tbfr.llodfttt: ( << and Smith taxes. Thf Iodize
ordered the sherltFto see thatUuitable A .T.OWN.-LOT I A TOWN"LOT .' '

men accommodations and when, the were bills'secured were presented for these t run I '" L A 0 K I JTOBM ( WJBT: -SIDE op SQUABK)-

'I' in February; the commisfliooers refuel 1 .,
'to order a warrant drawn f'tbet, t/'' I 2500.< I i. .4'! $//25.OQ; SmJMS

ment. .. . .
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From Saturday morning to Monday .....,,
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c ?' k'F'loca afternoon,: ,],Mr. Ui Will.towy(Hopkins agenl',]t4'p fold) F.>|K24, K.,' l i4.i HIS.; !KFFKIl.1 i IMS HOlfEN irROU-* .* _IDIffiF '1 II! PA'fS I li!( bx.lIll-i! LAND TITLES I UM; I l1 /
of which 1 -
worth of railruad tickets, two i ,
were for Pueblo Colorado-a young man .\2'rl'
and his wife, who spent $iOO fa' doing, .. THE BEACON &r ADAMS .
Florida' and who assured Mr. Hopkins, 1 f>
were well delighted with what they saw" :. The first In the field 1 NSW Semi fFropical addition to.the City o Ocala I Anderson's new addition ABSTBACT oon ANT.1 ,
in the State and dJ]'tjcL..U.1" J fp> Marion adjoins the Semi-Tropical Exposition groU county, Ocala, and the grand Mmi- wnly The property is elevated and overlooks the city. South street is ow g1'aded"to the property. IS JUS .
vale PLACE
Tropical KiHMitioa.B. ] The proposed'dummy line," when completed, will add lOOfcer cent. to the df every,lot. Lots can be JET TUB FACJ6

.' E. YONUE A 0)..The OraUJftum- paid for on the installment plan, ird 8T..oo. No commissions, no agents i buy direct from owner. The editor --1-:
bers. Call and examine their fine stock -ofrtji* UANNKB will select lot far, llon-reaidenta., "Get }In on the ground floor." Plat can be seen at office of Owlet
.,md ret good work at reasonable prices II. L. Anderson or addnwa II. L. Anderson, Lock'Tlox 125tjptAla. 1<10.. 1 I II : : OCALA Hocsii .
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{MhggoliNatser$. P. EAQLETON, l

The finest amt bet variety of orange I .._.Iealef iIa ;r :E OCAILA HOtJSE. '. : ,' "
trees for the leant money, to be had of 1r --L1. E U. B. RICHARDSON
J. W:* 1 ). W.UTE.. I REAL ETAr2.: i : t

I wSfebtd. Belleview, Fla. I I -THE--;J

:1 j+iottnat M,'oil jUT'f -Pon f/. [ 1Mr J .--,mproTed:" and: -U.I proft4..._ Finest Livery In the City a

J. W. Poanwn desires the public to LAN. GLOVES. ETC. The : lI'
know that Texas nonivfl he has for 'Beadtg | ,'> :

sal are the "buckUr"Ummi* } t are ":"-1- : LEADING1 A ALES, t
"I l\\ hi t B J 14,1Ji u rhea ltriA' : -
With PARK, FLOIih11A. J
i 'tb W't"Hft hi: Irndinhe -ANI ; .' t-t slag
them tt1 ugh ,b i a' ttul"ba ndwlm :
rocket. The kind he M-lls are as gentld) XNTvnTffi'BTATm(
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i as doves, and warrauted pouml of limb] ; .. :\\lPASSED GJ.: lidIJcK'A c.
DRSG.H.SJ.C.PERtlEfftosfdoht I V
and wind. feb3 d-w W j I j : r:'I
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Tf *tMBDtenK-rlfc V ; '1 "Dor lats. ( '. IV # '. 'j'I I I '11 J. 1UTECT' ,AND BUILDKB+ ,
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S, lAre will be Lenten Service at Trace liilegll& 1'11 xAThOXAfyANJGy9AILDiNa< AND FBTIKATD5PuntlMed s

:pftoopal-; Church? on :Monday, TI\f'tKla 00.41.FLORIDA Repainted Inbide and OutlI]! w Applteation.0 ._._
: "fnVrwirtdanernoons at 4:30: p. m.. All bnm hM ol U and on Wednesday and Friday evening* M evened. lUtuU crowned with porcelain or gotditiM.l T -. -- it
U tru u.Ronne IS aidI -'HI L .
sets sett J'T' t
aa"7:3W. : rt u.u. U 1'ait7o VtrtoUy Sm-clJ+r JentMry at moderate pi toe*, OTca.Rt4Fscs : ; Ongaid
iiUt' ill';J.ba'nHII-8\rt'Y' 1 1Uarta' roots roW &. A araauty43ti 'JlJa') ,IE j'J'1 TMOHLTII I \ OCALk I -. rLORat. 'STI. ti
Orklawnha steamers leave l'a1 I: : ; LA1)8l : ati
latka for the Otklawaha. and 'Salve fa
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8... aad.trY idat ulfYr a\l'! ((10)o ) .. Do nu-a.. raaneorrrxi ::111 : ". I "t .1'r/ : 1 I rfI 1 '
1.:1a.l: .. ."VUo III\'e FULLER clf.i Ch', l I.
i -I. J. SROKA
BprlngsdailyexiHltMonilay on arrival PMNFL8TN.a .
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N' i8Q1 f fL
of train from Oa, whu-li is due 0.23 a, -1-
!* 1N. tte'lt 1roo erown Brldgework1, .
in.WICP.0 hl W"J. -J, )'u'-tI.'CUdT raka(-jt"nt. toe to the l)" nul"' A \"OM admratinrvd'e ibr fbe n' ,LAWNS AND :.CROQUET8RKJMOS! .7 THE; MARION! COUNTY NUB. usREY
painless eitrartloii of teetn. Offlce In Fin| -. ru
Delightful Eicoraluna Dally. Aat.onal BaDa Q i H l4lyg.. Oft 6 If "x IrANrI'! 'Teot
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Silver Bpf1rrpslInd OckUwaha Rive+ 'OllD,,_...OARY, 1D ----.' 1 ----c'.. ," 1rrp t 4th'imx
steamer" Eureka,"Captain Coons,_.!, leave< .1. I G U' ..3l: : .jriroaiH '..J '" TO THE PuLI0'A rIIfH"w.. h

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