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Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala daily banner
Daily banner
Banner
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Banner Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Ocala Marion County Fla
Creation Date: March 13, 1889
Publication Date: 1883-
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
daily (except sunday)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
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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 )
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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, FLAT, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 13, 89. : b

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/'T OF HOME Heal lilies PtL nd New Arrival at Our Hold. ltiifCTION: I

; NEWS The marriage bells will ring to-day in leLAND n.EAftKll WITH OCALA.A OTAI.A 1I0t'CEI"reh: I1.--8. Good I -
Ga. Mr and Mr*. }. S. or Stontctiiuii Hotel Itstesonuad
Augustine to celebrate the --- win, Savannah, ; sAfter
.-----,tn, U B1TTIXGEK. City- Editor. nuptial ceremony of our friend Mr.happy T. Hftiulnome, the Compliment little and to theExposition the Hangs, New York ; J. S. Moncrief Richard, Bir .: title' "Ilil' f-

.. Go Sanders' and get a box of 5-cent T. Munroe, with the alliance of his City. mh1llham ; J BerlinV.. H. Jury. Bartow.G. Webb Baltl- Rate as follow: $'J ;IHT day ; |10..*0 per
heart, the beautiful and accomplishedMiss \uerback, ; week week for table board
$7
dfllS for $1. We have beard a great deal of Ocala 8.W. Teague, lady Lake : II. J.Kownbnrg ; l per ; liftycents
%: l ; Mary A. Walklf" '. and her Exposition, during the part few mere; Wf'ir1": ,. J. per meal; fifty rents jn-r beti.
'T" on'tou call on Y" the jeweler. "Ted Ocala and South Lake ; I
as everybody In Children under ten years!' half price.
curious to *
ICs :< f month, and were rather Hamilton :MIKH Baxter Shewftll, Chicago t :j\
c; dsfcbtd Marion county who are his frlt'Ddslo\'e make observation of it and A. : J. 1'.11 u i t., Le-veo.'
personal ;
\ a Maude
I I\\ 'fir."yP.11.Chaillehasprorfdetlagainstligtytning to call the genial, kindly manly and so when, we found that the Do Land White; Thomas Cleveland 11. It.White D. Campbell, Miss J. F. Oi'1&1allaldl: II. Is8\ llmchdCt wlHart' 0
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; his house!! is ornamented with public spirited citizens, has concluded Rifles were going over to take part in Pa. J. .\. ---- -
I after some of rumination on the Brown (I. F. KnibU, Carlton, ; Ocklawnha llltrr Steamer.
nxl&K years
the exercises for Military Day, we took R. Marshall :ER
{< subject, that it was not well for man to Goulden. Philadelphia ; George Harta C.kkhl'aluflh'IUtWrM U\\\e Pa-
l accustomed in the ranks to
. > Mr.Phil Kellogg, one of Brooksville's dwell alone in this vale of tears, and so our place go Mannstield' 0.; J. O. Shras and atka for the (kklawah.I1nll Silver

'v' ('';\ ,.leading l merchants, was in the city )'t'6- with love intent woed and won a most along and help celebrate.destination about son, Cincinnattl ; Miss Nina Kennedy Springs dally except Ninday. at ten ((10)o )
Arriving at our
l' tnrday.Don't. pleasing' fair and charming companion o'clock where at the depot Toronto Ontario ; J. A. Harris, Citra, clock a. in.-returning, leave Silver
we were met |
fail to attend the auction tf Mime Walkley formerly of Detroit, but by the Ocala Rifles, several fire companies : Fla.; C. B. Shuhiff, Baltimore ; F. 11. Springs!' daily except'' :Monday on arrivalof
I : ____ now of St. Augustine: as the future companion and a brass band, and were escortedto Gibson, Gibson Station, N. C.; T. J. Boy- train from Ocala, which IA due U.3: a. Iii

'.lTbl old 'time and popular hotel clerk, of his early jon and Borrow' town, and formed in the processionand I kin, Baltimore. m. II. L. I HUIT.wSfebCnt I .'1 M.na.

Mark Finch is now on day watch at the These fund and loving hearts enter the marched out to the Exposition: MoNT.Kzr.MA HOTEL, Mar. 12.-L. L, J. S. I'IUZKK, Agent.

:MoJltezuma.r domestic relations when the birds are where grand review of was Crump and family J. A. Evans and wife. ------- -
a troops ,
.tx' mating and thrilling the very air with held The DeLand Rifles were eighteenin Went 1'olnIiMM.; 11 C. Harvey, Chicago I Mr. J. W. IVarxon ileoireHthe publicto g.E1
.-, Marshall: Ball has gone to the Withla- their joyous melody and the Cowers are number under command of Capt. ; C. W. Crawford, \Wildwuod Fla., M. know that the Texa ponies be unit for

coochee river to bee what has! become of budding and bursting gladden the eye Dore aud Lieutenants\ Lamon and Deer L. Finch, New York ; R. F. Taylor.f. A. ale are Dot the "bock n kindthat aro I

hit herd of cattle cheer the heartand intoxicate senses ing. ) Dore) was at home on the Woods, Giiinemille ; C. A. ronenlen, seen on the streets of Xtila, giving (heir

with their rare and precious perfumes, field anti all our boys acquitted! them- 1 Richmond. Va.; James Dawson, New riders the grind" tlO\1IH't'l\l.t, intending
Mr. R. Chapman, late of Leesburg, is and as all nature is in its pleasantcst selves creditably. Many complimentswere York ; J. t. Turner, New York ; C. 11. theta through the air like a discharged tire

-\ ;ticket agent at the Ocala Housa, Florida and happiest mood we trust the spiritsof passed on their uniforms! which Riitby, McMet-kln: ; Miss" Georgio Bently, rocket. The kind he sells are as gentle I 'in,

Southern R. K. depot. these young )people whose faith is does not suffer by comparison with that :\UM Diets Bontly, Master John Brntly, aa loves, and warranted pound of limb '

.'c plighted and hearts joined in holy, union, of other Ritle in the !State. The Brooklyn, N. y.' Mr*. A. :M. I'ennot'ke and ..!aut. Mil3d-wtd .,
f General J. J. Finley received \1.054 may catch the inspiration of the hour any be Philadelphia ; W. S. Brice, Lima, Ohio ; !j ret
DeLand Rifles will we hope soon enlisted
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$ for his services as U. K. Senator from and spring tine, and begin a life of domestic in the regular State troops which I A. L. Eichelberger city ; :Mr. Win. Poin- Delightful KscuttiloitH Dully. tt I
March 4, to May 19, 1887. that will follow \ N. Y. J. A. ;j
joy and felicity will stimulate the boys to greater( efforts. dexter, wife and daughter, ; Silver Springs and Ocklawaha 1'lversteamer .
them to their graves is the wish of their The different organizations which Jury, Bartow F. M. Tnylor, Chicago ; :M. Eurrka: Captain Coon, leave inrto
;"Ten States of this Epluribus Union, host of friends, lu which the BANNER took part in the parade, headed! by <'01.by's 1)). Brown Hopkinftvillo' ; James Mclntorti \ for Giahnmville after the arrival( the II
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and our Sherman frend uf Berlin was heartily joins. Band, were the Ocala South Carolina ; I'. K. Wartman, rooming train from Ocala: and returningin '
1 quartered in the Ocala House yesterday. The party which left here yesterday Rifles Exposition Gainesville( Guards East Florida Cure ; G. W. Marshall, l''ln.Don't time for pRmengers to connect wltn j 111mn

,1 Mr. Howe so lo--the;; popular clerk for St. Augustine to witness the consistedof Brenesotoday'ti'jo1'ful Seminary Cadets, 1 Irland Rlflea, Orlando = fail-to attend---the- auction-- tf evening train for Ocala ; 2(1( mile*-fare 1.

of the Montezuma, is going: to look after happenings, Guards, teeftburg Rifles, Jacksonville from o.'alland return, (1.50. dSfcb''mR. the
the and his mother sisters and
N his.orange! grove, which needs his attention groom Metropolitan| Light Infantry, Palatka, A >*A..1 lnutfMl. Thfl"bcalaPlum-; .
brothers, Mr. and Mr". Dave Williamsand E. YONGE & C) DI
and care. Key West and Ocala fire de|>artmtnt*, F. W. editor of the
Rev. C. B. Wiluicr.the Rector of the Captain Dawson brrs. Callanll examine their line stock .
Grace dlUrch of this who and the Island City (Key West) Band. Charleston AW and Courier, and the and 11O\1 l work .U reasonable price!
Episcopal city net
)Ir. T. J. Boy ken, of Baltimore, and I After the parade we were allowed to go ablest editor in the f South, was assassinated : g

1 treasurer of the Seminole Fruit ft Vegetable performed the marriage ceremony. : through the building( and see the eights, yesterday afternoon by !Jr. }o'. B. 113111t't'lrn -

Company Ocala of Panasoflkee, ia a Galne Tllle Record. and were greatly surprised at theenormity McDow, of that city in the office of the A eomfurtyhlo well kept hotel that 1 r

guest at the House. Letter of Thank of the Exposition We knew that latter. It seems that McDow, who in charges most reasonable! rates, In the A

March Ocala was a live town situated in one of married, had ben two familiar with a Harnelt house "Savannah, G...., HO long i s
The thorough going market men GAINESVILLE, 11,1889.'Major
the richest sections of Florida, but we Swiss maid in HawllOn's family, and the conducted by Mr. M. I.. llarnctt."-Ne\r r
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Courtney & 1'alfreman, have put in one T. D. Lancaster, Commander tnd.JfiaUlion had no Idea it could support such a big latter went to the former's office to remonstrate lor'i: \ >rld.! mar 11 tt .
e of Steven's patent unequalled:\ refrigerators Florvla State Troops, Manager fair. The building itself a great deal with him on hisco.idnct with .:1

which cost :' Military Vfjiartmenl, Sent.2 .opical at larger than the Sub-Tropical buildingand the results an stated The Doctor claims .., 01r
------ -- Ocala. the exhibits are numerous, ,'arledand -HERE I \\1-:\ t Sku,
that when Dawson made the accusation
r" Don't fail to attend the auction. tf J
MY DEAR SIB : I hereby acknowledge complete. One of the principal attractions hot words followed the latter knocking .'
Bind of about :. : :::Ode-ring: to:the:public: f! the: :flueHt line:of::'Y I '
The trustee of the Ocala Graded the reception of a favor of a recent date, is Prof. Colby's him down and in attempting to regainhis .. ,t.
.. School are asking for bids to erect then covering for 150 in payment of the Cadet 16 pieces, which makes the best musicwe feet, Dawson struck him twice with FLORIDA 1 I-
w school building. Let architects read Prize awarded the Cadet Company of have heard since last we heard Gil- his cane, when the Doctor drew a pistol IS..

the notice and act accordingly. the East Florida Seminary for superior more. aud shot the editor' through the heart CURIOSITIES, t,
proficiency in the competitive drill held At sunset we had dress parade and and tilY8Ir.:\ Pawaon's death was causedin FANCY GOODS 'r.
Dr. James McIntosh of Dewberry, 8. on the grounds of the Srni-Tropical Exposition then marched back to our hotel, the self defence. McDow surrendered AND STATIONERY. .

C., and largely Interested in Marion at Ocala, March 5th, 1889. Montezuma. In the evening we returned himself\ to the police.- = -1- :.,,
county, came to town yesterday and is In behalf of the Board of Education, to the Exposition to attend the -- -- -- OFFICE 8UPMJRH AT IvOWttT I'KICKrt. '

topping at Montezuma: Hotel. Instructors, and students of the E. F. 8., ball, which was truly a grand affair. A A Kooky Subject. -1-1I .I.

ar I tender to to the President and officers large space had been cleared in the ... .. .. ...... .. ... .... ':
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Postmaster! General Wanamaker, has and the floor waxed The BANNER job office received a rill i 1
tent a cold shiver over aspiring politicians of the Semi-Tropica4 Exposition}' .building nicely pleasant business call last evening. from .........A..... 1 Line 01 t MaRailnt............al'...<....tlir.....\..rry. ...'.......i:. .
who
and to the Ocala Rifles, sincere and There; were fully 150 couples participated "
I of the South. He says that he hearty thanks for the kind, hospitable In the dance, while the great Mr. R. S.; Marvin, of Jacksonville, who -ZATKST NOVISLH (

will make no removals except for cause. and generous treatment received at your building\ was thronged with onlookers.The has a contract with the government to __ I.

tf hands by the cadet corps while in your electric lights! shone upon the gallant I. supply the Hip IUpn at the mouth of -Rwji] on head at'OAI.A'NIIWN ':
Don't fail to attend tho auction. 0v

; Mr. C. E. Connor the efficient secre- city.The handsome buildings: ,paved streets soldier and the boys fair in daughters their: flashing of Ocala uniforms 'I the rock.St. Mr.Johns:M. is river now with at Martin 30,1100 Station ton of ::: :::::: : :: : :laPOt. :::::::::::im'tN:.**::::::i:: <

waterworks electric' and and other towns, as they tripped with seventy-five hands, with which to
,-t4ry and treasurer of the Butlum Loan lights, many many I 'j
the article fur the bar at --------- ------
and Trust Company, of Stanton, accompanied other evidences! of material prosperity, the light fantastic to the music of Prof secure\ la'JHrt.|
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to by his wife and the wonderful impressed upon our judgment a realizingsense Colby's splendid orchestra. We are under Humier County Iny. MARiONOPERAHOUSE.ti'EKK '

l baby, was in town to-day. of the energy, intelligent enter- many obligations to gentlemen of: 'Jos ,
terprise and public spirit of the citizensof the Ocala Rifles for the many courtesies Tuesday March: 10th, will be Suinter ............... .... ...-.....-..-.........-................................. .;;.
This is Putnam and Hillsboro county Ocala; and the kindness shown to our shown us at the hall and elsewhere. All County l>ay. Don't forget", to give our -- 1': : t'OMMKNf I "1SU- 0,

Day. The former Rent a special that soldier boys convinced us that her | eo- the visiting soldier boys went away bravo and noble "He Slnrted" I patriotic ...............-.............. ..........-.............-....'.-- -w"
which arrived at 10:30: a m. The latter pie are as generous and as nospitable as highly pleased with the courteous treatment neighbors: a hoo]>-la reteption.Attcntlon.Orala MONDAY MARCH 11TH. C..

+ lent up splendid exhibits and among they have proved themselves to be progressive lavished upon them by the Ocala --- -- -Itlflc! ,.................. ... < .!i iSporml =............................. ; :. .
ahem most beautiful and lovely floral of and brave. With sentiments of boys, hoping that they might at sometime t
You are requested< to attend the meeting { rtiKtufinpiit nf the rharmliiK young i ;; ; Y
ferings. respectful esteem for yourself, I am, return come of the many favors 1
r.iuutloniil Actress', .
Very truly yours, Wednesday wan the great military of the company, Wednesday'< 8 : .. .... ....., .'.....................&.. (Ii !. .,.J.JJ- .1 J.
Congress has at last allowed General EDWIN P. CATER, Supt. E. F. S. day. There were competitive drills review o'clock, p. r'1'1 to diTiile important| bu!!i- 11\UIE AintrMttoUrivta. :
Finley compensation from the time of by the governor, and a big sham ness. II. McCovNKLL, !Ht. Lieut. i ; J\'fl\INSN.: ( ) :

his appointment aa: United !States Senator Don't fail to attend the auction. tf battle in the afternoon. In the --- --- :
competitive : ;; ; : ;; ;: ; ;; ;i;: .
Fresh .fish and l llotnooa
to the date of !Senator Paoco's elect -- ----- drill for the Itest the Or. oyntrrndaily And herfHrrfully tulfrf'd I es.t I I'l rrixrtolref .del.
and Senator Pasco has been fuly Our Effort Appreciated Abroad. company, atConrtneyV I market. 5inchti/ seven: grNiiil plityii.Se.liieUy\ night the : .
ion, lando Guards took the first of
$1(00:
exonerated in the matter. (true :_ I ........... lM'. ''utllii. )I..MM-.vty:: .play!!:! .,.................. ', 1LEb'
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To lie Editvi of Banner: the Gainesville Guards the second prizeof Good horse .Il..h. '

t fail attend the auction. tf Your copy of the Daily BANNER of $150, and the M. L. I.'s, of .Jacksonville I -THE- )
7Don't to County ConitniHHion, F.) .18I1t Perrin I I
the third prize of $ ,0. The
February 13, has been received. It is a Jt'alltiflll
of Stanton boa H
Mr. J. II. Jury, of Bartow, ia the accredited very creditable sheet, and if nicely distributed Gainesville Guards took the first prize black horse> fur his purchased mother' use a of A. R FORSJU{E11 =
for the bent drilled wjuad\ a handsome i \"
from Polk
will doubt
bring to
county commissioner no 1'our.city Griffin, of Orange !Spring' and 1 the price
county and arrived this morning to and county a claM of residents (in every flag presented by the Exposition: The r& NI
iu tho hundred
make all arrangements fur Polk my, way desirable. Gainesville cadets took the prize of $50] paid wax "iiTl'Ittll'iAY NUJllT. MAK cj Hufii."lhui"; ;| ,
which will be March 15th Friday. Mr. As show enter- for the best drilled eadetcompany., The srvllont comiMiny{ will apprer| In the charming -
a an Jacksonville
newspaper you '
m making big preparations arty I lrty play :
handsome !, .. .,
it Jury is stopping at the Ocala House. prise worthy of the most flattering re individual prize a gold medal to receive her Ocala visitors on 11 ,
-------- -for the best drilled man, was awardcd -
sults. Being a in Silver
property owner a The soft Btiothing sunbeams of Flori Springs Park, of course I am gratifiedwith to Sergeant Cater, of the Gainesville says "'
ofllili weer will M OwU'i
Thursday nay, and! FROU-FROU
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da's incomparable climate do not coruscate what you say of that place.The Guards. Governor Fleming presentetithe l the management I li determined U* Chit i..eoplefrom .: E,:
:' over the smiling faced of her press is the most JIQ'A'erfullenll in different prize In a fw, well-ehown the ""lAIr rIte a r ceitlon worthy of tbcut.
d and gladden their water-logged hearts., | remarks.! Through courtesy to their It itilcnjivl in bare the uiHIUr/ Lope and ilh- -
before the the -
placing public possibilities cr oivpilziiiloiii of the city meet the Tlntora it I Y.1PIC'ril"'c'i.in: ; : .i, beautirut'sture'w i :ttlne: .1
Nature ill Nlliioneiv. and weeps, and we, of new enterprise and if the visitors, the Ocala Rifles did not content! the f. U. A. N de'sot and enonrt them tliruugo '
her guileless children weep also in very good work any already started by the press for the prize The Detand Hides did tie streets to the i Nub-Troplral build IIIK, wtei A I tn. .. Ki. .>l1..<.vnt. -..n-tiifif.. ...............Read........t-n-m... ......roraaenta.CIIASOK .......:.--...... ::. ,/
the have tiMirlftl (,ifH gram bai been arriui{* sympathy.Mr. and rsilroad, rnrnl'l\nip. i is faithfully! carried not enter content AH they ifcvntly tlralti forward the outlook for the "landof taken in several new membersand IrH
them the ucalr Rice, a lire colon 01 --
K A. Jreenleaf, of HomosaAsa, a sunshine" w full of promise. the boys have not turned out to two betide Captain Gartlini oounntujr uf theeubrroplc* ; ,........... ....... .....= :.= '. ..-- ...... : .. )
former resident of this county, came to the which should drill as. regularly an they Miould. Band iptU t'.outdo all hU|>nrvloiw efforts! on : '(" a* mual. Keatii now on'. ii'lii aI 0..1&0.! \ feb
to view the Winding you HUCCVHH that 1jr. and all music iov.n may I* sure of enjnrluf : limn Newt stand amcyei I '
taws this morning( splendid follow energy 1.11.1. I enterprise, I remain We reached home Thurwlay noon a !, 4ival. : .......................-...........- _...__ _. f ,
Citrus county display at the Kxpoai- respectfully your, \\ u. GROVES,J M. little fatigued, but thoroughly ,pleasrtl 1 l The its il military Laving Un loTll...l to doeswrt
lion Mr. G. is one of the prosperousand with our trip. We advise all person' duty and to petals <>n the ouca4ton of the
successful of that who volt oftbt (Irate ix- .|.le. It U iuxh.,.''' grower wish
orange to one of the richest
Home Made Hrick.Messra. see j>or- tualiiMa Anpr
mea who employ any inemln-n of the
favored portion of Florida. Newsoui & LUC'IUH proprietors Lions of Florida and a flint-daw Expon- riortila stile Tnioi. girt, the. w.l.llen ". .day DC4LIIU mALL .
ition to be sure and visit Ocala. fiO" on Thurclay next Thl tullltarjr feature of
Don't fail to attend the auction, tf of the MimtneriieM Brick and Tyle thxiajr, will autrlbutelareely" Ui IU ,iiriewanJ -- KINDS OF FURNITURE t
p-- works, hate a kiln of 100,01rt'ady) to On Kshlbll. I |it. iiittviM means U4Urr LUIO M for everyman .4 4o lltN
The niatriiaonial market wj in decidedly apply tile burning torch which will be Jarkiwjnvtlle. They lierefure will only -
t.e aiding theiat lr<* If they give "the tovt a
The Florida International and SemiTropical
certiBcatesissued -
only eighteen marriage tired this! week. >
quiet, lmlt I Tuft :lulU Imrccnoir or Tuna Coarwrr.HTOCX .
from February Exposition: gratfully aeknowl- .
by Judge McCunathy These enterprising men are making --- -- --
March 13h and the edges the receipt of an elegant sewing John O. Farrell who brought here : A.D Low FBICO.
15th to M an excellent article, aud can supply the Ha 1m 1104JIIIHj Wl
.:record indicates, the Jude is sensibly wants uf the public at very reasonable machine from 31 Ir. T. II. White of the from Jacksonville Monday by the i'ronv

impressed with the fact that marriage for figure White Hewing Machine Co., oft _
,; the past thirty days in Marion county Ohio, to be awarded 1 an a premium. lied. l a hearing before Judge )Itt Jlllithy HUIMJJNG, ,
1"is a failure." Savannah Oa,. J. O. CLAMS, Secretary. and wa4diHcharg, an the State t'Ouldpol. --- # heny

General Passenger Agent Hardee, of This machine u to be awarded for the produce their witnew, GUll Mixlget, NOTICE!
..' At the conclusion of $the theatrical per- the Savannah Florida and Western railroad beat individual exhibit ladiea' needle colored. An air of mystery banks over t..t; U rwtjM| ty tha TIUMCM of tlM UrU
: 'formance last evening in the Opera'House. baa written to Secretary Clarke work, embroidery, t"ncrork, etc. offered thin ou and would seem aa though the Jlfh MrhoAl until April lit. |vw. Mar ao<1itwclAratloni It

Prot Colby, assisted by Mr. that to help the Semi-Tropical desires aa a premium by the White Sewing State witness had been spirited away. arctiltefi.now The ready rruMera at lbe rwwrr ffl the T.P'tr-3.rluok. .-

Smith made a magnificent fiash-light a "Savannah Day and will make one fare Machine Co, of Cleveland, Ohio. IU ,, or aU tl J Boodi fur (*ith- vtWeb
\ picture of the Jut act of"For-get-me-Not" for the round trip. It will occur April The machine 1a fully equipped. and fin The Bed Grocery Magnolia street, t lathe / l pedodrmaocaiesofay! ttona IA

This name experiment waa tned on this 14th. A splendid idea,and we trust to isbed In the highest style of art and will place to bur your groceries Chairman BaM TnwUM; OcaU r.tlUBBW.! High Kchool.

t I'aaaae company by a Sew Orleans artist see many avanniaiu in Ocala at that be on exhibition at the Semi-Tropical. 1C ZACUAKUI, Proprietor A\&eIIIo-WW. lOX'lecn&arr. ;T

'.and failed. Ocala always get there. time. It U valued at $100. d Sldeclm 4 ixllytti/adDwit

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", TILE OCALA DAILY UANlfER.OCA Democratic party. I do not know what home of Mr. Scoff, editor of the lntr-, GIVEN

:=:::::::::;;;; ., -, .:: part, if any Mr. Cleveland will attemptto ttfitwtiat IJd< i it LA : -- take in politics. He could if he so carefully: examined.) by Mr. Harris' before
z t ZLA.iF .. JrAIWll, 13, 1889. desired, exercise a decided intluenco In being opened. who then stated that the AWAY !
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the party even In'a nniet way. boxes) were in the earn condition as Ru f1 inaneI"S

' B. HARRIS, Editor. Mr. Jjineof Illinois\ -We have somevery when shipped from n ( eminent men. Mr. Carlisle! will be, opened| the box In my office :sometolf; ban fouiiduu out et last and tarn : ".
Mr. Crisp should be. every orange in perfect condition sound gist away the secret by which has been eROWELL'S j

I Mr. ChanliT of Gt"orlia-Tllc future and sweet. This was followed up with .J .. .. . .. ..: ;
will develop the leader.Mr. he !name results with the box at Mr.
I'erryof !South l'aro1ina-I think Scoff's house We next went to the it
Mr. Cleveland. freight. ollice of the Louisville Nashville -
Senator Call of Florida-A hard! nues-- railroad( where we obtained the Special Sale BIG
tion to:answer. We all havetogiiecsaooutthat !\ aHMiuitiice of the employee who opened I .
as you do.1 Every: man has his own hone rare, that the oranges were in good B
'1 opinion} party measures.' The strongest condition-that they were not In a "hot .ESS

authority the Democrat recognize. is refrigerator," but were duly iced. Further ....t............... ... .
tho Democratic [patty. examination showed! that the --OFIailies' I An.'"'.;... ,. e publla prep.",
Mr. I'ngli of Alall want of leader, but hit has! not yet been good condition ; and a statement was :: ine quiet'trade TM IIl'Cret of our. .i
a t3 Ara.t.a, found.! There is no leader. Our rerenl riven nx, showing that the car was less ... . d r- ,. .....
defeat U chargeable to the want of leadership I han five lava en route from Florida to !
tarannah News. and 1 in lint next election I am Cincinnati and that the car had been TO SELLBEST t''

A Moses for Democracy) more confident (if nucleus than 1 was in iced at Birmingham, Ala. DRESS GOODS ... -
the last.\ With this information in hand, Mr. '
Mr. Reagan of Texas! -I don't knowabout Ian i is!'! and I returned to my office, --AM----

; CONGUI2KSMAN ASK El) Who that. I \w 'not prepared| to any where we decided upon> retail[plans, to Ask the Lower
Mr. Harris of'l'ennes-ee-We have no obtain more facts. The dealers _
WILlj 01-: THi: PAUTV'H ,
l5rk i is leader in the hioughout the visited by Mr.
leader. Mr. the city were '
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I r. Ij 13 A I) H11.FortyPlTC Senate by virtue of his election as President larris and myself. In many traces Mr. ;"ntgis';; and owe t Jlrlc ..to i brief Is wh: .t j:
i fills our tore with and makes ai
customers ]

iCJ p Hay They Have no Opinion Mr.of Gibson the caucus.of J.nuisiana--Every man H part> recognized of the tar boxes load of in oranges question which, and were a I Fine Broadcloth, .i-household................word.........of.....the......name.........of......................_I

d on the HubJret .Twentjr.Fvc who voted for he ticket. few oranges were }purctiaxed, and on
Decline to Buy-Eighteen Think Mr. Morgan,of Alabama-I don't think questioning[ dealers as to the !general; 60 and 45 Inches wide ROWELL'S.Palacc .
There Will be no Leailpr.Twpn. we have any l leader.( Mr. Randall will condition of oranges coming from Floii- ,
ty-Two Name Clo\'elaml.'Vhlt- probably try to be. da, were assured l that they were all in
Mr.I Col hey Una .'I'teen, Itndall,11Ioyt'n. prepared' to say.Mr. I hey found occasionally\ one that was 80c., 90c. and $1. : '
Carlisle Nine, 11111 ,Right and George of Mississippi don't bruised or rotten. This was invariably DraffWHOLESALE Store I!

Mills One. know. reported wherever.' we found I. Mr. lIa ri8' Worth from '81.75 to 82.25 I
", WASHINGTON, Mar. 9.-The New York Mr. Hampton of !South Carolina--1 do oranges uav tnl gthussatlsfietiourselvesthat l .
Herald publishes to-day interviews with not think there will be any} leader' until there was something wrong, we '>
the convention of 18t>2. The i policy of went direct to the store of Davidson & -)-- rx
Democratic Senators and Representatives the present administration! will do much I Devoto, and under my "instructions, Mr. .,
\ as to "who will be recognized an to shaken tile future policy of the Democratic a Harris introduced himself, and was then ALL WOOL
{ the head of the Democratic party, :or its iiarly. In any event Idu not think first known to the firm. After discussing
leader in the country. :New York will dominate the party as in the matter it was agreed that we -AND-
\ the South will likely join with should go to the freight offices of the L. COLORED HENRIETTA,
It rams up the answers as follows : the Western State on a man front that A N. Railroad, as a member of the firm !

No Decline opinion to on the vubjoct: ::::::::::::::::::::::?=:..::.25*'> section said he could prove by the man: who 40 inches wide Retail I Drugs
,v, Think there will tie uo kad'et................?........,18 Mr. IHodnettof New Jerseydon't opened the car and others, that the ,
Say Cleveland will be........................................22 nee anv leader in sight at present oranges were in bad condition. Although -0-
Tor For Randall Whitney..,:.............:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ::::::P1a:.11 Mr.I rheesof Indiana The idea of this was early in the afternoon, -ALL KINDS OF-

For t;arible............................................?-...........tf asking such question.! and Mr. Harris and myself offered to accompany 55c.Worth
For llll_......._................,.... ...........................H Mr. Brown of Ht'orria-I) have nothing him then, for some reason he OILS, STATIONARY, TOILET
For Mini........._...;................................ .........1 to say about that now. refused go at that time, and the visit '
Some of the answers are I Interesting'. Mr. henna of West Virginia You was postiKined until the next morning.On -ANDFANCY -
t For example : could not auk a harder' question. the following morning at o'clock: we ARTICLESIn
Representative\ Herbert of AlabamaMr. Mr. Harbour ol West VirgimaGusH were promptly on hand at the store, anda Sl.OO.
Carlisle.\ that lit what they are looking for. member of the firm accompanied us to Complete Stock I
Mr. Allen of l\Ii88iMII'I'I-Can't say; Mr. Paste of Florida--Impossible to the railroad 1 ollice. Our joint investigation -0-
really, modesty prevent me from tlX' give an allll'" cr. There ate no develop resulted exactly as did that of Mr. We handle none bat the finest brands of ciiran
pressing an opinion. mauls, yet that throw any light on a Harris and myself\ on our first 'visit, as Headquarters for Wall Paper and Uarden seeds
Mr Haiti of reiinnylvatiiA, Lord, probable leader above recited The oranges' arrived in WniUIIT & FRAZBIl,
. I couldn't Bay. 1 have not thought; Mr. Blackburn Ir Kentucky don't good condition ; had been iced at Birmingham Special Inducements in
PVBUC Shunts : : : : Oca
about it. think will have brass collar dim
any man a and had been less than five )
Mr. Turner ol Georgia-That is \Invid put ifpon him. days en route to Cincinnati.My .

ious. Mr. Ransom of North Carolina--The next Instructions to Mr. Harris Our and
Mr. Hrvrklnriilge of KentuckyThat Democratic party allows no loader. It were to 50 direct to the store of Messrs. Clothing Millinery Millinery I !
question has been referred to the committee leads i itMlf.Mr. Davidson A Devoto, and ascertain! by examination .
on ways and I means. WalthaU of Mississippi'! have of their stock, the number of
Mr. Dibble of South Carolina-That not the slightest\ Uea. Can find boxes of the Bald oranges they had on
you
will be the question with the ttountry. Shoe .J i Our Milliner U at home again l.E j
} anybody that has!'! ?! hand, and if any, to examine their con Department
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York :
Tim Campbell of Now -Nobody Mr. Vent of Missouri don't know dition. This was done, and according to : :
can say. Coming events only can de anything about it. I !Mr. Harris' report to me, some 130 boxes JUST FROUTIIENORTIII ;
termine.Mr. Mr. Butler of South Carolina-If you were then on hand in the utore-boxes : .................. ............... ......................
Martin of Texas-oh, Mr. Mills, of will tell who struck Paterson I.in same condition a* when shipped in : AYlth a Full and Complete Stock of

course., I'll tell me you who is the Billy leader of the Florida, and from all indications the "M".......................-...................................._....-..............................-.............................,....-......
Mr. Clements of Georgia-Hardly able Democratic party. It is really a little fruit was in good condition. This was C. Mcinauei'' & Bro.
to nay. Mr. Carlisle. Mr. Randall and and I early to dt*iginate any leader. The policies further proven by opening a few of.the I FINE MILLINERY.Everything ..

.. Mr.could Whitney not express are very an opinion.prominent, leadership.to be .formulated will develop the boxes.After ascertainment! of these results, I :=.::::]::F:: :Fini-Ciass--o".! : :::::::
;' Mr. Crisp of Georgia would not U29J
my instructions to Mr. Harris were to ) GUARANTEED.o-o
r like to say anything at all right now. Tin JI.itH'S'D'IIS' : : S & Dl:. demand a settlement in full, and if this' ...-..... ._..
Perhaps after awhile 1 may. VOTO AFPAIIt.Detective was not complied with, action for the
.Mr. Cox of New York-I don't think ,-- I amount could be brought, but if, in his ........-i i i i j L...._...... EHood&ash1E
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there is any. 1 broke up the caucus, there to believe ...........M..3! I I i ..... ........
., they eay. Grannan nient.CINCINNATI Makes. a State- judgment there was any shrinkage was reason, I advised him 1. .....................-............-........... .....................-...
Mr. hashes Georgia I have no more settle the This accord- Teffbrd't Old Stand. Public Square, Ocala, FU.
mimatteramieably.
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idea than the man in the moon. I can't OHIO, March i, 1S. 9. -.SHARESPEAR
N tell the position President' Harrison' will C. Jlarrit, R ., Sjxirr, Flu in}; to Mr. Harris' statement/ was accomplished .................................-..-...-...-......-
tr'f us in. DK\K Spa' : Yours/ of the 3rd, inst., with and as I supposed, the matter ............................................... .... .....
put then and there ended. i :::::: :;;:::
f Mr. McAdoo of New Jersey--Whitney clipping from DAILY BANNER: headed Respectfully vours: -HAS TRULY SAII- 1 :::THE REDUCTION:

\ ifl ever promising and has made. rapid "Davidson Devoto," is at hand. I can JAt. C. GRANNAN, ; T ;;: 'TIdi r j L-.............................. ...............::::::j

f strides.. Norwood Hill i is of very Georgia prominent.Mr. think (?ov.D. not but of express Davidson' my:A surprise Dcvoto's at statementunder the contents Manager of the G. D. B. Co. ; tAkea la a at lu ebb In,the lead affairs on to fortune.men which" i .....M......._........... ..._............"........................,,,.....-

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B. 11111. date of February 11, 18StJ),to which Suggestions to Shippers. ASDSOw7 "YOURtrAxVE, I 10F STOCK I
Mr. Gates of \labama-'l'hl're is no the BANNER has given BO much space. 1 1 i .RASP 11 AT ONCE, I.I.t l. J.

one man recognized a* a haJ..r.oont': '! recognize right of every man In this I To the Editor IARTlCI.the March Banner 2, 1889. i ..........ANDTHK..................FORTUNE......'...........18.....YOURS.................... !1 .........._........... ... : ........................
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t man, no dozen men, carry the (party intheir free and t'nll.htonedcountf. )' to put himself A-u/a : i ........,
I While I am only an amateur planter I 1 i r DS.'XT.-*
grip. in the most favorable light before and truck grower, I have had an ear to ............................................"... ................,...... MEANS
Mr. Morgan of Mississippi--There are itTttons with whom he is doing business! I * AND BELOW COST.
two elements in the party, and therefore but when it femes to publicly branding the planting interest for a long time. LISTEN ..-...............-....................-........-.......-
two heads in the (party.Mr. another as a falsifier when only the truth Was a charter member of the Grangesome .. .1 -
years ago and have given some ...... .......
of MU\l haveno has been told
r' Catching* i'lllI"l'i-l I ft't'IUke taking a handin =
idea who is the leader, the matter myself. I best do this thought to institutions of same intent, so :: I :. i -.T--- ,
, Mr. Carltan of th oruiaMr. Cleveland. by placing before the can readers of the I offer the following 8ug tions as a"protection" :: ......... .........................:......:............................. I i :

,1.I" t Mr.Cowles of North Carolina-Samuel BANNER a brief statement of the matter, to shippers: : MR. FOX HAS Jt'ST STARTED FOR THE -.....I............. ... :
that I to old friend Sot NORTHERN AND WILL ---- -- -- ---
J. Randall. (With great emphasis.) I so far as I am cognizant of the facto Say ship my "
I BUY A BIUSTOCK
t Benjamin New York and as soon as .._.. --'- IiE ---
Mr. Klllott: of Mouth Carolina-Mr. This I am all the more entitled to do, as fJ I : PLACE
Cleveland I should wiy. I my name has been introduced by Meters. I get ri-turns, publish MUle in Ocala = = --....N---.---...........--
Mr. Dougherty of 'Iorida--Too many I Davidson A Devoto and I shall do it in BANNKH or Free 1'1',,,. My neighbor ,J.. .......................... .... [ .-.-....,...-..--...----
leaders in the Democratic loarty. all fairness to the parties concerned.On ships to some other house, and he likewise : : : ANDWIMirrilAVK 1 1A
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Mr. Brecklnrldgo of \rkam.a.t-Ir.else.! or about the middle of January publisher are better his than returns.(his he If will my returns be- i ::: : : ::: ,.. ,,..::=:..-=: I L.a.-\
Cleveland more than anybody last, C. C. Harris, of Sparr, Fla., called at ,
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> of Florida-- the enabled to profit by it in his next shipments RW :
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Representative Grannan Detective Bureau : MTO PUT TII EJl,
hope something will transpire to give Arcade or ifI am overcharged or swindled !
Company, Cincinnati Ohio and
us a leader after| an Introduction by letter, made, in any way, he will ascertain that E CHANCE TO SHOW THEM, I -- .NN..N..:..-...-...-............. .NNN ..-
Mr. Tillman of South CarllIna--ly known his bushiest This was to the fact and can be governed accordingly. : 1 nut TO SELL THEM, I
impression la that Sum Randall will bo effect that he had hipped to Davidson) I think that this measure wouht induce : S i .PISHBL'S.: l

the Jiead of the party, Mr. Cleveland Devoto, commission merchants of our our commission men to exert them. .. .......OElO..................!.....TO.....M..M.PAY FOR......THEM.. ................. i! ...-.-.......

I ,r strong.will, be the ruling mind, subtle and city had,written two car him loads of oranges-that they selves front this in order section to, and get besides larger shipment the public ."..Bo 1i' :( .want. .aurtbingin"the'wayofDRESS .... I ;.-...-.........-..................'.....-....-.--.-......-..

Mr. Wheeler' -Mr. Carlisle, certatul '. of the Invoice1, acknowledging but that the the receipt cation of the returns would show up all .. ..............you............................... .......................-. OCALA, : : : : : ; FLORIDA i

Mr. Holmes Indiana-You wouldut !had reached Cincinnati in bad oranges eondi- railroad\ charged .............................-:0-.....:...:..-............................. :: .!-..--..-..-.......--.......,......_ ..---:0.::
My there was any now, would you ? The tion-that nearly one-half of the one car We pay til() cents per crate on cucumbers : GOODS, BLANKETS i i Itfifl"BARRETT \!
outgoing President will always haa load were rotten-that the oranges!; had from Martel to New York.If j CLOAKS, 11A SHOES ANDCTOTHING !
strong! influence and very naturally a I been transferred to a "hot refrigerator," these suggestions) are worth any '::
thing, van wo not arrange to carry them :
controlling
Mr. Forney power.Alabama-I don't know. etc.Mr.. Harris did not seem to credit the into effect.Tho i : : I Ii : HOUSE :::..:
publishing of the various returns
The future will develop him. report of Metwnt. Davidson Devote,
Mr. Bynum of Indiana Mr. Carlisle, and 1 engaged) service in an etlort to would make the paper publishing them i i i -1-
popular because shipper would be i i iOR
r of course. get at the facts in thecase. Alters little every LEADING POPL'LAR HOTEL OF-
Mr. Mills of Texas-Oli: Lord you had investigation. I asked Mr. Harris if he' anxious to know who had obtained the AS YTUl.NU IN 5' UNK AT'o -1-
just as well ask me "when the judgment was able identify the boxes as shippedby best prices. __ X : I SAVANNAH .
55 day is comin ::. him to [)Davidson Devote, to whichhe For Sale.A :":VERY LO'lV PRICES.:::::: GEORGIA.

Mr. Hemphill of South; Carolina-Mr. replied that he could pick out every new Queen Anne Cotta ,six rooms, :j ...--- ........ --...-.-. -1-
Carlisle will come as near speaking fore box shipped 1 them. I then InstructedMr. two-room extension, Stable, one acre I i I;:i : !

tb* party as anybody ele. Harris to go to the store of Davidson ground, bearing orange trees and other coME AttOr'ND: <>'ILL YOU? I YLhClRIC. !: LItiHTs.BELIPi. . J J1
Mr. Enloeof Tennwwee-We have had A Devoto, conceal: his Identity, examine fruits Price $:},OO(), cash. Location __ .
too many leaders. :The tariff being: the their tock with a view to purchasing three-quarters of a mile southeast of J BENJAMIN! i &1OXIF. -1-
i" permanent hwue, I reCud 31 r. Cleveland twenty or more boxes of oranges. The court house, Ocala. Call on owner, .. Art tian Well Water. Street Can to all DtpoU.
r aa the leader. nation was made and two boxes of Da. PKBIXC t
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Speaker C.rll41e-I do not know who the'oranges purchased, one of which was Over Merchants' National Bank.
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1 1s 1w that the BANNER in only $1 a year, paya Rates by Week or Month,
ble in advance, and those not paid up
will please come forward promptly and Address
r; k do so. If the paper fails to come, sub. O II. J. ROSENBURG,
scribers will know the reason 'I Manager.
Late of Park Avenue Hotel, New York, and Clifton .
Mr. G. W. Itgall, of Ashland!, Ohio, an House,Nlagra Falls
old friend and aahttt-riber of the BANNER,
y r ifl in the city and stopping at the Mag RATES fa.50 TO $3 PER DAY.
nolia.
Open All Year.
i President Cleveland, and his form. DD V
er secretaries Bayard!, Dickinaon. Vila --- -- --- -

and Fairchild, are expected in JacksonBonville .

next. Tuesday..
I .,. The morning- train -on--the h. 8. O. A G. IneOCala GOIIlpaIUI

It. 11. that sometimes runs as far an Dun.V .
,V nellon now make regular daily runs to
llomasassa and return,Sunday excepted. f :
.. s INCORPORATED]
Don't fail to attend the auction. tf
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i ) As everybody in Ocala is going to

. Jacksonville to-morrow, including the CAPITAL STOCK $500,000.00
i : entire BANNER force, the little daily will
ti ncf make im appearance, as there will
be no one left to read it.
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The has !been TillS COMPANY I IB now prepared to dell Stork,
city unusually quiet this 1f 40x100 feet from lift upward, and lo
catdfttlt
k week-not a case before his honor / # V theett Knd" Ocala. :
Barnett save it is because the boys! haveno : chasing One Share of Stork of One Hanged
Dollar will be ten
gives cvntiguout lottVblOO feet,
drunk
money to .get: on. But then, For further
particular call upon or addreei
V how is that
? we thought, when He have
rf Geo. S. Mayo Gtril
f ; no saloons Mang.,
No. 1 Marion Block, OCALA, FLA.
i Mr. Walter Cat heart, of Tampa, isone "M S
of the llillsborough delegation to
come to the Sem)-Tropical to-day to celebrate V -
their day. lie paid hU rwiKM-ts to JSfebWEIHE
his old friend, Editor Frank Harris.

Rev N. 8, Jenkins, of Ocala Il&8IIcllIhr .4

h the city yesterday on I hilt way to r __ __w .
Lake City, after his family,which. ho intends -LEADSINT1UWatell -- l

to move to Ocala. He reports| the .. s
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Brick City lively and full of \'isitors.CfaineifUte .- ,
Advocate. Clock
V S 6 R : Ir j JewelryLINEI

n George Alfred Townrend, known to ,
h the newspaper world as (Jath," is 1 in
Jacksonville, lie {Irthe corrt'fllondpntrtbe .
Cincinnati 1-Jnquirer, and will contribute !
some interesting letters to that

J paper during! his stay_in the State .
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)(r. Wayne MacYmgh, Clt".t'1anll's1aw ..

1 partner,in a director of the F. C) .\ Repairing a Specialty.
}'. and a member of the purchasing( coin : -
,
T mittea. %The firm of JUngr, MttsonMacl'arland ; -C f! A TOWN LOT -0LocATED -
e V A MacVcigh,are the t genera[ "I"A'-TOWN"t !, 1
counsel of the purchasing coiuiuitttw, IK : LOOK FOB -( ON WEST SIDE: OF SQTJARS)-
says the 7tt1lt<,-lVik olt.exi''resideutCleve : amsus
p. land becomes directly identified l will) I $25.00. .L 2500.

. the intern of ono of our larg&ot corpora ..L.............. .._......... .., _........ .__.
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s most Judge capable Kamuel' histrionic F. 1\afllhaUllt.'rhaps critic in the city tile, '-Tf= :!iiisT]. OFFKR"):: ::!;::isTi: ):tJ NifQIfD::!: :::[ 'j 1'HII! :'l'Y' llAYSi[(ONLY. f1 r![Iw I -' LAND-1-TITLES I I1

says that Miss Maude\ Atkinson is the I :

f.I finest actress that has ever appeared before _ _
the footlights in Ocala. To ",'hldlopinion THE BEACON & ADAMS
Dr. Van Hood hU !
endorsement. We gives hope that utujualitied the The tint in the field New Semi-Tropical addition to the City of Ocala 1 Anderson's new additionadjoins ABSTRACT OOMPANT.

"(.. a citizens of our little city will give. thi' the lenti-Trottic.'tl Exposition grounds. Three hundred lots now offered at $25 each, for thirty days -l-I

r+ really excellent company a good house I onl)'. The property is elevated and overlooks the city. South street is now being graded to the property. IS HIE PLACE 70 GET
V; to-night. Tho propod "dummy line," when completed, will add 100 per cent to the value of every lot. Lots can be THE FA CISOKFIClt.

. Miss Atkinson made hiltsVe.i paid for on the installment plan, desiretL No commissions, no agents j buy direct from owner. The editorof -
1/eah great the ': the BANNER will select lots for non-residents. "Get in on the ground floor." Plat can be seen at office of 1 .
nesdaynight: 1&11 Forsaken/ : : OCALA
II. L. Andei address II. K Anderson Lock Box 125 Ocala Fla. HOUBI
and on Thursday night as Forjet-Me' >on, or ,
rot As Leah" BIO! w as grand beyond >1.Ja3Ja

F coui|\ari on, and! as For t't.M ot" II. P. KAOLKTOX. I
the baM no superior on the stage to HOUSE.
day. Here in an actress whose" name ...---f1faln In...._ THE OCALA I
J IV should bo plact'd in the niche of fame REAL ESTATE E. B. RICHARDSON
She deserves all the honors obtainahlt ,
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TUE
';. V through the order of Thtpun, and i It -1- 1 -1

meritWins( Id thin battle her adtrtx ,,-Improed.u.S CDlmpmre...._ I II Finest Livery in the CIty
vanmuent must lie rapid.--Aj>i>alarhtcola '
S ((Fla.) 7imt Lean the i-onuken' I LANDS. GROVES. ETC.I'AUK The Leading Hotel of the City. -0-
V wiii be played in Marion! Opera House
'. to-nlcht. This is a lendid]{> company -1- LEADING SALES STABLE
and d6tlert'ro'" dtiiiWe houten.
'VEU\ FUMIIDA.
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-AND- 11 51-88
V regret exeeedinIvibat the unpropitious flJwlm

weather, the Lenten season UNSURPASSED IN APPOINTMENTS TO ANY IN THE STATE!
and"the celebration of Ocala l lay at Jacksonville GEORGE
VS has given ouch small audienai DRS. G. H. & J. C. FERINE, McKAY,
lo (he Maud Atkintwn Theatrical' Coui- ARCHITECT AND
Rostdont Dontlsts. r 1 BUILDER
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l'8Dv.Tho are now Ot'ellj'yin.tht". buar.Lt ,
theOpera House. The leading Ud>"'s MERCHANTS' NATIONAL: BtNK BUILDING DESIGNS AND EST1MATISFurnUhed

S kV: acting excellent is of supp a high ) branches of dantlitrr Teeth filled and
V houses and we" trust thai the. rendition rr-ne4. KuuU crowned with pitruelala or goldArtlflcUl aO'n
f; orl I the legitimate and atarlin ; plays they 1oftIUa. sea' 'from one Booth to a full ...c. -AND- -RDlI ucll : Orange
are oflermK the ataiiaem4itt-bn'itiK public strictly l DnH'Ja_dentlxtry at lQo.lerate prtoei. i and lzth it
wall .'re TOOTH 1'01tIlU A arwi4iTT OCALA .
they tleiJurt, be dale, reengiiizi4 FLoRID
V V ,.V by crowded a* well" as appreciative audi : REFITTED THOROUGHLY WITH ELEGAN1 FURNITURE II.
r tnces for this I it the unanimous verdu ------

f: .'.r. of all who have had the pleasure\ hear &. D. 'CLl-I& Jade ciucs
t'K> tI log them. FULLER A CHAVE.'Ui I.
1 J.BROKAW
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t DF.STIU
V Magnolia Nat-eery.
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The finest cial atUntlon given to Crown BrW I*work,
: and Lent variety of orange and alt irt ,la. nuioa l.rtsin- THE
OoldpliOM i | MARION
tree for the, leant none!', ty be Lad 01 Inj u> low lienul A 1'0.... adiulnutfnsl tor thepalnlfM BEAUTIFUL LAWNS AND CROQUET ORDUHtISFoxTtlaxs COUNTY NUB6ERYMAN.J -
J. w, A F. I). tYAttt, ",",,",Ion of teeUt. Offli. In Tint
wSfebtd. &ll view Kat.,ual liauk KoUdlcg. Ot 6 If111IOe.
V. Fla, iomsa

: Lenten Bervlce. / !.ART.. )I. D, I -

V There will be Lenten Hcrvicea at Graot 1 TO TUB PUBLIC A mm LMB

l tpUoonai Uhtvtbpn Monday, t'utld" rsnu as .WD .VLSSOLColas : OF KmUKBT STOCK-ORAH
V and Touradil'aMrnoons at' 4:30'( p. ta, .ewT ArrtTlro t : i : ;L M. TlI.TERlJ JlUD. TUTEB!: A SPCIAUTT. t t
A Oary'i Block OCALA.
i f slat and 7:30.OD' WedDe.day and Friday evenings ''I'WwI1....j. Yeats edx WiaM ta OCALA rLOIUDA.J..t. .: -1-I
s.i.A-1y taapN dJaDl52ua Aooum, Anttonj FU.J .


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