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 19, 1889
Publication Date: 1883-
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
daily (except sunday)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 17, no. 12 (Aug. 25, 1883)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for 1884 later called new ser. vol. 2.
General Note: Editors: T.W. Harris, F.E. Harris, C.L. Bittinger.
General Note: Description based on: New ser., vol. 2, no. 14 (Dec. 1, 1883).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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BUDGET_ 0 f HOME _NEWS UNITED IN HOLY BONDS. I' KxhlblU In the Women'. Depart A u.Niyri: ciucri.AH.llrer CITY & COUNTYDIRECTORY. :)

anent at the '
c. J.. HirriMkK.t'ity Semi-Tropical. Gardner Hay GooiMljrr to .

fcditor.-- A\ f) un'IUSSIA 11EAUT1Fl'L In a stroll around the Women's Department at the I,hun Kiln Club .

Go to Sander and get a box- of=5-cent= <.'.:nl.: IOSy. I the Seml-Tropical Sunday, w* were pleased to I The Georgia Central Railroad l has ju"tth'n CITY OFFICERS, .I

cigars for f 1. note the names of the following exhibitor of out a circular lot general distribution Mayor--Dr. Tbo I'. Gary -

I' And the Ilabbi Throws fancy, ornamental affd useful articles from our which is that it is ClcrkA., Bullock. 'aManbalC .
Y" don't ; Around oo good' reproduced K. Ban. 1
you con "Y" the
je eler.I gummerfleld fair friends
Them the Silken :Mouse that : here In order to encourage env (:OUt'l'tor-F. rlIah.ou.
dSfeb td Miss Nora Newsom, nine yean old craiy work AsMwnor-D. E, Melvor. ;'1
Make Mr. Israel Ilrouu and MUs briotic
Treasurer K. Pnowden.
The alp shines J>tI) ltlou fir *1.d crochet edging ; very creditable. Mis 'F. AI i
Sumter 10'Don' Gertrude Israel, Man and Wife I My hints am grow In' feeble' It'sir pain for nleI iwe-sidentMbondl-Jno. Dunn.
Marv K. Dlllard beautiful collar of home made
day. a .
walk, Board of Aldermen F. Ins w K. W. Agnew, \,
to !
Baby A Large Concourse' of Kindredand Silk. MI-, y, C Newsomcontributed some very I My hair am IlowlTlurDlu' like de cotton ou de J. T. Lancaster John A. Rowel. K. U Root g.u.
forget 'ai-at the SeralTropicalonthe28ih. Friends arc Present to WINncNthe line knit edging while Mrs lm N. Dlllard displayed I stalk ; Smith II. \> Chandler, L Brown aunt W. U, Marshall 1 I YY

'wdall'ob dl I's happy, kale dat fast train'scomin' I
But *
honorab IIUIre."hf' Nuptial Cere a lovely baby drcm. Miss W. R. Bell, aDltarylll IOlt'&oI'-W, T. King. '
h-t.;; by
The e J Reardon Is In Jacksonville mossy and OfferCniigratiitatlonn-- aged IS, excellent specimens of pen drawing,. Wld Uncle I "Remus" runnln', an' be'll stop for COUNTY OFFICERS ")

on legal bu lnel\l, Ml vi Joo Ledbetter. crochet tidy. Miss Daisy uio an' ".8t."
Telegram of .
Congratulation (Vnmty Judge--Richard' McConathy. 'I
Mr.Cleveland and Bonihal. lephet flower work Miss Will DWhite County Clerk-D. A. Muller.8heriITK .
party start today on a spec I'll not hab to stan' dar walUn' wid my gripsackiu
lal train for embroidered' cnalr scarf Miss Lula Mil- han' T WlllUms.Atwiwor .
JacksonvilleGainesville Ocala has had my
a number of social event this
Hard, aged 12, tidy crazy 'work. Kane de "< entrat 1 Road ob Georgia" am de pride -J. C. :Mattu'WR. p
l winter more than ordinary Import and Interest ob Dixie's Lan', 'olll''lor.-II. T. w'artmanu Cltra
Furniture factory, exhibits two but the one exceeding all, others in that particular All the exhibit are 'very nicely executed and An' dat's de line dat "Ell" took, an' hit got him Treasurer. R. 1'7 Ira s ,
I handsome bedsteads of A,U and M gllol1a. reflect complimentary on the taste, skill andenterprise dar you bet Snprlntendent Public Instruction-M. L.
especially to and honored
our respected V. aIINi
of all the doner. And ")oJ1" done wrote back to me "dey makes Payne, Flemlngton.
Our itreeti are lined with Sumter Hebrew citizens, was the tmpremlve marriage dat fas' time yet." County (Coinmbloncr. W. long W. P. '

., this being I their Jay at the Seml county-Tropieal.peopletoday l ceremony that took place this morning at the de. NOTC8. Trantham, M. II. Rot F. it. Perrtn, W, I'. Vtullamnon. T lr, V.I

lightful home of Mr. Julius Israel and which The quirt ol If, rs. M. A. Moore, containing 1132 ,- I wants to...Brudder*, Where's my wipe? I bleve 1 he iXmnty. (:Uoinmtwioners. the first Monday

Ten State of the Union and a ton of old Al- united in the holy bonds of patrimony, Mr. Israel ; piece, display taste and an Immense amount want's 1's 10 gwine bid I you lorry.I one, and all, for a month orHO In every m uth.

blon were represented at the Ocala House >e>>ter- Browt and Miss Gertrude IsravL of labor. "go Kl-oye." holll..aI't.1lIarrl.' ., IL T. Wartmano,
M. S. MoMcr, A. R. irlOln.. P. u imrlmw. ;
I trust de hens an all sick like, an good ole
day.Don't The groom 1 11 one of our leading and most Master I. Walter Mundou displays his mechanical sweet ham bones. School Ihtiird. limit :lint Monday In every month r.

fail to attend the auction tf prominent citizens and merchant, largely Inur- ingenuity by making a perfect mi nature or Will be prvM-urud, as hvretofor', by IlrutMer Give COUNTY BOARD Or HEALTH r
rifted in the growth and development of Ocala toy rocking chair. The only Instrument used wasa A-daru Jones ;

Cha. W. Tell, of Portsmouth, Ohland ticket and a member of our city council. pen knife, and bill contribution I* a great credit 1"III De lectures I leato "Pension KmiUi, an' I'It''I''llI.ry'art.' K. B. Itiehanlwin.Mtnuta'nDe .
agent for the Scloto Valley Railway, la rliitlug S The bride is the beloved, winsome and popular to him, and for which he deserves the highest hopes he'll nil de place D. A. Smith Anthony,11Messrs.; -1

the Semi-Tropical. daughter of Mi. Julius Israel who as the purveyor word of commendvtlon and the same Is applicable Wld honor to do 1.1 mo Kiln Club, an' credit to M. N. MoHt-r 11.111111. H. Irvlu. } ,

and denominator of and Information to who made mlnaturo safe his race.
That news George Klllotl a BOARD OK TRADE. .1rt
Boost genial or men and prince of bonlaces 1 leaves do key ob "Paradliw Hall" In the hands
V / Capt. A. E \\iljlard. of Hoinovaasa! w a* lu la unrivaled in the city, a feadiug merchant, a with his pocket knife. Such laudable e.lort of "tltlur: 1'oota ;" President i 10'. Dunn.

d the highly respected, large minded and progressive show the young people's characterlitle and bent An' "V sydown lie 1"-'," (In disguise) must shine VI'rl.ltI4'lIlll.. A.11'cathers.ecretar '
$ --W'tn, Fox
citizen and one of the Directors of our import of mind and are a sure Indication of the kind de strangers' boot. Board oidovrrnont-A. I' Mart" JrC. jRheinauer >

Frank Wai pole and Henry Let, formerly employed ant Senil-Tropical axwx'\latlon. of men they will become In usefulness to the Wld "Uncle Remus'' Lan' on dat throttle all'W'lIl Jno. F. Dunn! : J. JI Livingston, B. A. nom

In the the Pins cilice, departed for Jacksonville The ceremony was performed by Rabbi Kohn, I. community in 'which they will cast Ihelr lot and "Olo f I I" in de baggage' kar, Weathers. Win.; Fox ami, W. Moody, n.TJ

r, Idfct night of Jacksonville\ a digullary of exalted standingin the assured IUCCVM that will reward' their Industrious Ian' on lime In "hll style,' wit dem depot BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION .
gale* afar

Flveearloedef exhibits-for Lake, Sumter, the Hebrew church' habits_____ __ De "Central Uoad ob Georgia', am de quicken .
The lovely bride al led under the hymenal an' de Kt ;
Dun't Prcldent- B. Wllmer.
Paaco and Citrus; counties came In yesterday. fail to attt'lldhe auction tf Metis
canopy by her father and mother and the same So now goal bye to de Lime Lila Club ; I's off for Vice l'n..14I'I1I-1. Itelonesl.Kfietary .
Marion keeps up her exhibit deboulh! to rest
and Treainrer.- Umla Fox.
kind offices were performed for the groom by the
-- --- Anthony llrlonete.
i IkNlllul l'ln'C'hlr.-J. l.aiiciuter.. Isaac &{+ r
One case before his Honor, the Mayor yesterday father of the groom and the mother of the bride Genuine Florida weather ls Dull fail to atteiiU thu mutiou. tf phens,1. IIro'II1.. KNIu-I, A, F. DoloneRt) 11. I).

: that of Mr. C. A. LI J Jon, for not pay ing city The admonitions delivered by the Rabbi to the prevailing now, --- --- Zacharia and l K. A, Burford.

road tax for 1SW-1SM\ Case; continued. newly wedded pair were insist beautiful in and the farmer are taking advantage of U, and hotel Arrivals OCALA RIFLES. ;,
are giving their crop all attention necessary.
thought and diction and solemly Imprwsalve. [ 0.
Our rising and popular young barrister, Forest Mr. L. Green, an enterprising farmer who re. OH'ALA Hoi-m. March H,-A E: Wllliard Homo- "I'latn"lt'u, A. Nash U.
derneath the beautiful canopy was suspeni d a Klrtit I.leuteimnt-K. B. M,'('nnnelh
L Robertson is serioutly under the weather and broken bottle emblematical of the shattered sides thaw! miles from here recently killed a hog eases; J BCU.ii, Chicago; J A Morris, N. Y. C J he<>oiid l.lentonant-. K.: \Vllllam CI

will take a vacation, vUitlng his country cousins hopes and aspirations of life. that weighed three hundred and thirty pounds. Butler Akron, 0; N W UI1t'UelIioUlh lAke Weir; Forty Member.

This proves that hog raising not necessarily a Mr*. I L D Brown New Haven, dorm: ; Mile FIRE COMPANY
Hood Atlanta Ga. and broth. When the religious part of the ceremony was
Or. J. Walter ol .
failure in Florida.A i-ostlewalte/ Vthlto-Haven, England; N L 11 Abrams Chlef-T. D. l.alll'A"f.t'r
Doctor K.: Van Hood hu been performed Dr. Gary In touching pathetic and exquisite -
er to our : paying 'Orl'mau-'aul Ice Khrinauer.
few melons are being planted but not no (la; J W Roberts aud wife" Boston; E Na
and leathll for hi langu, extended congratulations for First awUtant-UMII* Yolk
his brother a visit morning ge> ,1
the kind well wUbers many a* ha been in the past. pier and "'lr.M, Y; F, L, Cawley. W. Wilkinson* K MX>nd .....11I1IlItW.. U. Marshall. MHU.
numerous pnwvnt.
home. __ Z. Robinson and family who have been spending Ga; Leon Chtchlutvr: C R Wilkes AlUgan.MIch'J i'\t'C'nlary-J.' II, Malletl.Twentylive 1 .
Over received from all over
Yesterday wa< the last day at the !SemiTropical telegrams were the winter In our midst, have left for their B Get and wife W C Kagellon, Ililladclphla; meuilH'n. t
1 th land by the high contracting parties extending '
1J In which the counties competing for the bone In Michigan They express themselves a* Mrs. and MIMI llyens, Wattblngton; (J W Walker HOOK AND LADDER COMPANY.
all manner of of happy congratulations.
DuDn.tl.OOO prize,in which to make final entries very much pleated with Anthony, and will hornier L Kngle, Jacksonville; G It Marshall, President-A brain Palmer.
The bridal tour of the happy couple will extend -
for the sweep stakes I'robablYI'\.tum next "winter." MannsfleM lO; KJAtkliiHon and wife Greenville s
to Jacksonville, St.: Augustine, I'hlladelphlaand -WI'UI Itltliardmin.Iwtnty .
Orange trees are in full bloom and It la thought Fla, M It Vontana. Tavares, J Hchrieuer members
Col. Livingston who returned from St. Augustine Marion, S. C.
by that there will be a larger this VogelsangSt.. Louis; It H Fetch and wile, MlM
many : crop TULULA NO. I 0 0. K.ilMeola
Saturday evening, said the big hotels were The following persons front Jauksonvllle wit.nlNied LODGE aa, .
year than there has been for years past Julia "Fetch Chicago; L A !Mason Syracuse, N. Y; "
crowded to over-Bowing with guests and turning the Interesting' ceremony : Mr. Phillip ( every Tuesday evening.] ,
Citron melons are! being extensively planted. Dr. CC Byrne, U.8. Army, John Italic K. F.
them a\ ay. Glad to hear It. Walters wife and children, Dr. Kohn, Mina Delia Iv. N. ('hal11N., 0 I.
-- lager, Mrs Dear ; Mrs A. C. Myersou and son, This has proved to be a profitable crop, duringthe Taylor < Gainesville. ; Walter Uoblnaoii, Gainesville W. M, PhllllpM, 8r<'rutary.

Don't fail to attend the.anctiun. tf past three years. ; J W Chilies Muter T L Lllburne, New Tork All vIsltliiK brothers cordially Invited.
St. Augustine ; Mr. and Mrs. Brown, Marion, R.
Rev. Graham and family, of Jasper| Florida. city, Alfred Kemp.tustou; J Burton and wife, OCALA CHAPTER NO. 13, R. AM.:
C. Mies Rlcbs Maas. Tampa Mrs. Bear
s =Mt J. W Harrington and wife, of Oxford, N I'alatka; and Mr. Wm. Fox and wife. Dr. T 1'. have rt.'Ct'lItlyIOl..t.ed In Anthony. He Is very J W Lawson and 'wTIe, Wilmington, Delaware; D H-ala Chapter, No. ii: R. A. M Convocation! Y.

Y are guelta at the Montezuma and are feeing much improved with the place and People 811orlaud'lnt; T Norton, Jacksonville; W M first Monday nighliu every nmnlh.
who Gary, Mr. and Mrs Wm. Fox, Miss Smith, Mint II. w. I",NU, a. r,
Jim Clarke was aschoolmateofMr.Ii
Uncle .
the sights with C'ol. Anthony and wife, who have bests" visitingthe Woodruff !HuuUervllle, Fla. '
iamcby, Mr and Mr*. Zacharias, Mr. and Mnronker J. H. FKAZKR, Hccrctary.PRESUYTKRIAN.
father bold "lang-syne. family of Mr. E. 11. !hwaln returned to their MoMTfii'MA, HoTkL, March IM,.-Hainucl' W. "
-- -- \\ Mrs. Otlen r>snej', Messn fecJ'werln CHURCH.RKV. { .
I> tlc Executive Committee home In Clay Centre, Wanitas: on the 11th. This Teauge, lady lAke; John ArchllMtld: Montreal,
of the einocr
-neetlng Morris and lieu lihelnauer, U Tate Carr, M r. and : W. H. iioTwAin. Pastor.Sabbath .
1 their .end visit Canada. Dr. James MclnU lih iiith Carolina J
Is called to meet (in to our town < ;
of Marlon county )11'1 Sarelzkl, of Ocala Mrs. Ottensimner, Silver
; "m-nIrtii ut II 1 *, M and I 7 f ll: Sunday
Hon. A. 1'. liasklu few lu Jacksonville N Wither, J. WaUlrori Harrington
Ocala on April, to decide upon a way to select Spring !Park and Miss Lesser Syracuse, N. Y sPnt a day and wile.oxford 1.aItI..akei, N.Y., FJ Knight \> K School at V..Vt: *, M? Medntkday evening lecture!

Commissioners, and members of Board of Public The HA..NNKB trusts that the bright sunshlue last week cliarloite: harbor, J A Carr, New fork, Mn.dray U VHowes at 7::M. Scats free, 'I hel'l.It.lIuCflrtJhdlylu'lt, 1. ;

Instruction __________ that gilds the blue heavens this>> worming Is a I. J. lirokaw and "wife" paid their respucU the MNH| llattlu lluwea, Hattie Cn't'li.: Mich; EPISCOPAL CHURCH ;
Sub' -Tropiealun Ocala's: day. J A Morris, :New fork. l> M I Rotlrllt-r, Cltra; W U t.
of Ocala'sland fit harbengerof the bright and happy days lu
The impression I abroad that one Mrs I(. liuoth, of &>>h f1l1e. Tenn., arrived Kati on I't
marks, the MethodW church, will be either More for the uewly wedded pair and extend to II Badgcr1'exas, ( asr
the HuiuUyat I0t.i: a. m., and 7 Up.:
15th and will txory
kpcnd some time with her slitter
old at auction this week or the torch applied ty them the beat wishes for a long and successful York. __ _, ______ tn., standard (tlnu1. hent fre!. HUII.lllY'Ictat)1'
theCongrecatlon.lhatafine.! new building will life and a cup of domestic LILts tilled to the brim Mrs. B. T. ttrlpillh| :. She was acoumpauivd Don't fail to attend tint auction tf at a p. m, \\'. H. ChIUl1Iot'rlalnHul"'rilllen.eut! | .
Inestimable and bliss by her brother, L. M. Paul of Terry Ga. ,
with the sweet that can --- -- -- -- ----- -

be made pueaible.- ____ __ only come to those who love with head and heart M. L. Wear, Kj., of Ohio, who is a mail-Mate: Our Regular Corrtspondeuce, Lenten t-t'r"h'ell; ,

Pasoo Suwanee and, Hamilton owner In town, arrived on the bib, to look after
Don't forget and lUHCperable from the holy ties of matrimony Silver SprliiifH; Park. ThenMill lie I l IA'nie'ni"ervirt'Natdisco

counties or St. Augu tlne Pay to-morrow the :2>'4h his interests Cl kMUl, I Kjiiwdiml; ('lunch on :Monday, Tiuvtday( y

or The Agricultural College ad Columbia county Don't fail to attend the auction. tf -- J. II. (lose 011 his 3 acres that he Is clearing, Htid TtlurKdl\Y tiltfriHMins! at 4.I50( m.
proixiM' to wt It out In grays| vine lie bus alas. p. ,
Cruelty tuutrnal",
addrew Agricultureon
Bayou the ;Jud.: : Au uu enrtwt H packing. / house for use In the scar and on UVdiuwlay and Fridry\ evunluga

this dy at the Exposition' I'rof. Whitner.Dr.llexameroftheAnrrrinrnAgruulrgrif Marlon County School Children" OCALA, I1 LA., Mar. 1'J, lAAII, futurv.IhvCapl. and 7A;II>,
--- --- I>ay at the -inl-Troplcal' Is very wiry that 1 he in ntdl to -_ -_-
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and 7b the F.Jiitjr ttftht Manner; I leave the sunny South a nmntli ettrllvr lean In I The Kid irtxury, Magnolia street, it

will be remembered as a prominent member We desire to call social attention to the fact A meeting was laid latl evening ksoutllle vxpttifd.Mr. time to
who \ l JIllion buy your
Noah. is Clearing lauds l Lelougiug) to MrTIM.il ,
their late vl.lt that the County Board of Public Instruc-tlou in
during '
Pomologlrts for the of
of the purpose organizing society to prevent *. II. /AiiiAitiAM: 1'roprictor ,
here, rites secretary Clarke he has just returned their wisdom, deemed it a good thing for the cruelty to animals Will not Ocala, Mr. Editor, The l last dance of the season will U- held In the d.Ud.-clin I a s 1u

from Florida and expr!*thing he delighted rising county school generation to come m masse be Interested in this movement aud aid in the OIICrdo| HOUWJ next \\tiincsday evening l", t's -- --

*Ith everybody and every sw l In to the Exposition building and have a day In package of a State law for the prevention of cruelty have a rouser----- -- U. YONiK(; ; A CI'J., Tlie Ocala l'luni'

which to look at It* attractions and unequalled bem. Cull and naininu tlit-ir line block
to animal have
ourgrand"ta __ seen goal results in Don't full to attend this. auction tf
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pronounced dark brunet, Inof exhibit With thu object lu view they securedf the cut irc!ment of such a law In other elates and --- -- and fret good work ut reasonable prkita

At individual of a incarcerated In the the maaagement free: a4mllou for every public why should fair Florida be- behind her si ler IIOMKSTKAU: .lOTlCl.. d3ldrelul: r
Fthloi> m4uhoo<1. school pupil and their tekl'bel'llin the county
In well doing.Aorreslandentafter.
of a city ordinance
cUT Jail. for the vkhttott f hllan gulog l..b- and the day tvi 1. AIr1l6th thanking the editors of I.ANDOKHCEAT' For stale by a gentleman who U. I leaving

over *un

he by the u*the bar of his priaou house and not to be taken advantage oi every day, so we that paper ha taken in behalf of the ludvrlng: 1> follow Ing-named lit ttlu ha filed notice of hlmrcH in the Florida Product, Manufactnring ) 1 1I

and burned out his soul yearned. urge upon every teacher in the County to atC animal In Jacksonville: a. well a* through the bis Intentkm U> make final proof In support olbt Coinjuiny Leesburg. Addr04'\' b
IOUlhi the liberty for which that every child under his or her Instruction join *claim' said proof will be made before the at
Hirrftary Ikt'fllJurK.lardlllHt
State the lletr .
quote MI)lug of a New York Visor I0 It. A. r Clerk nrcult Court, at Ocala,
annual meeting of the Woman. Christian; the happy IlfOC'noloD that will move on and Into that city "I never chit Jackxinville without Fla, on ) yIlarualns

The will beheld at De Land. April I the Exposition building on that April morning. seeming to bear the constant whipping of the MAY mm. iva. --
Temf'CrlOt'e Union l'I'\'IIldt'lIt of I AM railroad in the !'11Int) will glee cheep *icurslon animals," vie : ALUAHM. IIIUOINri.of' Mow Bluff Fla.. In Itmldeucfl Lots.
thai thq Mad not visitor
poor acme the ,
expected say NoW,3''Jtoethsoutheast i
if homestead
*, and ;. 11 and trust' tiedUixwed entry quarUr iVntoiiH
rate we every parent will diHtiring buAinoHMor,
f. MiMI Francis Wllliard I same of Ocala "u;XI', of northeast quarter and oortbraat iiunrUr < the World I to give hill school children a holiday southeast section I 10 lots adjacent to the public Itatid-
Jn'and give added Interest to the oc- -- ----- quarter 2'towrwhlp south, square, ,
.-Ulbe dlaa.OB.tiarrr1N.secretary.MU. that will be a ourc of J joy, pleasure and Instruction Beautiful Floner. raime :'M east Home and desirable i {projierty, will call on

caston J. c.u'n, Fort Reed, Bupt. R. R. aud one long to be remembered by them Thl offloe 1* under iratefulobllgatlou* to Mr*. continuous lie names residence the following upon witnesses, and cultivation to prove his of, I'aiil Jones at 0 Jkor HuII.K-k & t r

M. If parents have more children than they feel GIIO W. Lyons, of Mlver: Springs for a box of aid laridviz I : Jesse SnlarU.Ii. Jli-ath.I Kleo- Uurford owner living In Texan, will IMI .
yates able to send.eleetthe largest and most advanced rare Ira Fla., Lawnmiw D. Marsh, Jobn (,onion! of in the for city one wet-k from today.l'ur- t
the auctiou. tf add beautiful nowera They were so rich In color MOM I Bluff. a. C. TUCK Kit,
Don't fail 10 attend In their studies, so that what they see and hear cbaix'ra can now tccuro a Larval.
and ao Urge in Ue, that they were put on exhibitIn __ lit'gieter.
___ __
will be more largely appreciated and the benefit
The electric lights worked like a charm last to the child greater. tile store of MU Millie! L. Brown A <:(x, in the A comfortable well kept hotel that, HraardCtwJtKxcumlonit w1IehIghilul

rrlge 11.. coca. Banner Block and the ladle _thronged ; a
nightand now that tlt'\trlliaJ1: : Then too, the day is Saturday, when all lb.school hat cliargeH most reasonable rates, U the Dally I
flInt, Ia the happiest. man popular boudoir s1nt Into ecuUcite over them. Harriett IIouiu Savannah.; On. '
plated his EXpotiltlon I will" cloned ao.lal1 can come who will Ill) long Silver FprinxH and Ocklawatia Hiver
conKratulallfJOI. r he Flower' add a charm and Iwet1rwlII to home that Barnett"'t'ewYork
ill town. Hede.ervr' as I Again we say, let all come, bring your lunch conducted by Mr. M. L. etqurser"Eureka"CaptaluCoona leaver
the work, nothing can take the place of. and If all
worked night and day to oomplete with you, and you will see such sight and hear would WorM mastiff for Urahamvillo after the arrlvalol the
with the reel 01 the J>&Yu much attention toltelrculiure u dues Mn.
the tittle daU' in company such music a* you never dreamed of and It will Mate llr Thomas O'Conner who ha been laoruiutf. train (noun Ocala and returning
asateandprogT 'Iveportionof Lyons our would be Justly ntiilwi to the
entetpllain"wWe prove to all the achoui: children the grandest ()b- several week's visit and in tllJle for passengers to connect ,,'Ithcn.nlnl r
the her on a to our city
genialand :
tb. acme to name given by Mrs. Caroline Ian :
.tend heels
Ocala s peorle. jut le a ou they ever studied ( train fur Ocala ; SO mile -faro u I
surrounding started for his home
-Linda, Florida, fair! land of country,
l rtgge. I flowers
Ocala and
unlLrtng I ttectrttlao -AurnItted. in riatuburg.{ Mo-, \Vednewlav' last. rom return, 'tJ)(), dSfcbZm

deemed Bounty eomml.lonu from Sum Iuix>rtaiit Notice.A Mr. O. U well pleased with our country
The ( lire In his eye and Mr John 11. Burchell. was admitted to practice Hurt' Ocklawaba
h ttafl'k wys. with meeting the demooratle KxecuUv GDDV and contemplates locating here next fall. Hirer Steamers. y
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his haDda. law m the coon of this Stars to-day duringthe
the muscle milLet til Marlua Harts' Orklawaha
IwitchluI1D county, rTortda, U hereby steamers leave 1'a-
a nenolW the little otIIc> will be "pro session of the court, and will pitch his tent called to meet In Oca la on Monday April tat, Money In It f latka for the Ocklawaha and Silrer !

that somebody him CowneL withua. He came for the benefit of tall health 1"a&lIo'elor.Lm.&o .d cl" ca1UDg Wanted a mAn tc) represent and Mill off ; daily
don' to se sot aoitabl to Spring except8unday at ten
ynoed Uwe penotM serve as count ((10))
the bottom and has been ao moth Improved that he intends
"Colonel" we assure you from Aommlsalonera, and members of the Board of bankrupt Block of silks to the retail o dock a. -returnlng, leave, Silver

QuI dear hnrh&I DO del*! wu meant.aad showing his gratitude by making Florida bus Public Instruction a of Marion eoanty, and to attend trade In Ocal and adjoining towns. Ad. Kprinip daily except Monday on arrival
01 our promoted, (omor' DOM, .We extend hla cordial welcome zed to such other tmslnme a* may t* bought drew with
tA reference of train
.ou101 xtvlsabl. A full a<D4&He to from Ocala which U due 9:23 M
7O : a.
oaf way. repectnilly re-
bad n and un.ae1dah Hope that he will climb to its. top of the lea'laMer.
county Day) for the grand oaastsd. U. W. Lose, Chairman J. K. Pour m. H. L. lUrr.

( yowl (Sumter work JOG un dolll for old swnler.I Attest : 1. I* XoBursov secretary.t. I *15mch4t Macon, (.. wbfeb 2m J, a Faun, Agent. ,

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.:_ .Florida' Progress, c the : !
-- *! JirAWe $inrciai and narlll GWHOLESALERetail (
.OC.ALA'J' ., JI..UiCn,13Ts89.: are gla4that Governor Fleming is Florida is a popular 1QJ11ec.with, wVt- International and !Iemi ) Oai
determined to be a Governor in the ters and speakers The al'ticledthatilave Kxpo.lMoii Paring the Months ofMarvh

P. E. HARRIS, Editor. fullest sense'of the term. lJe'l N doingall been written and the A(lit rrs es' that and.April.

in his power to encourage!: the !Indus- have been delivered ,on Florida would It is agreed between the. |H\+"eneerncvn --0---
4 tries of the State and to'' stimulate herrowth. till a rood ma..".7 volumes, add yet puopl |.r>f the .'. U A" X. ( 'o.and the J. T.
Unable to be here in person, he go right on writing and (speaking just as A K. \V. Co., that on special county\ lave
r telegraphed a warm and generous welcome if the theme. were a new one, and the the reduced rates obtain only for j-.mts:
to the American Pomological Society public reads and listens with unabatetiinterest. from the territory of the given county,
while in session In Ocala. His while\ on general ilavn the', rates are good -AKD-;j
'T, words( welcome had Its eflect upon The truth is that Florida's growth is BO for any point In the. State on Nose! line
: every visiting\ delegate.) As soon as the ,. remarkable that .there is. : Iways something Columbia and :State\ A\tl'nltl1rall'ol. I Drugs f fALL
: new to be aid about It while the of
Legislature({ adjourned he came at once to I. loge Hs-tarch 2'hrd. .\ lecture
++rr r visit our Semi-Tropical Exposition| and! oft-told story does not lose its interestby agricultural! nod horticultural, in''erest -0.-
to encourage its manager by his presence I reftetition. There weteserious drawbacks will be delivered' by 1'rof. Whitper in the I
and kindly cheer. His review of to her progress, but they have ExK| >8iUou auditorium. : -- KINDS: OF- .

IS+ the military was gracefully performed been overcome, to a great extent, and Gainesville Day-:March 5tli. ; OILS STATIONERY TOILET
, 1ay ,q and had a most stimulating effect uillm] I the natural' advantages which she posftttws !- Leon and Lee Countys' Pay: -:Mirch. ,

both officers and men. From Ocala he I have attracted both immigrants 28th, general.: Baby show; with Imn.l- -AND-
The name of S. Y. Flnley is among went almost direct to DrtFniiiau to say a and capital.: Her wonderful fhmate, some premiums. Special' concerts same FANCY ARTICLES
t the applicant for the vacant U. 17. judge-) food word to the teachers and encourage: her fertile soil, producing, nearly everything dar
ship caused' by the death of Judge; Thos. t hem in their arduous and sacred: work. that can be produced in other llcrnando County and Savannah, Ga.,

Settle. _____ _______ These courtesies cost little, yet it i is little Southern States, and some things that Day-April 4th, general. In Complete Stock I
-' things in life that count most. Governor cannot, and inducements to investors Marion county (public .fcchool Day- -0.-
Any coward can fight a battle which Fleming is beginning pulicy i that will have been extensively advertised, and April fith.April! We handle none but the (Inert bund of cigar .
he's sure or winning, but give us the intrench him very strongly'! \ in the affections with what result may be seen by a l'Om'parillOn ( 8th. 9th and 10th will be devoted Headquarters' for Wall Paper and harden Seeds
man who has pluck to fight when he's of the |People, of her condition of to-day with to the display vegetables.. WHIQIIT & FI.AZEK, .

sure of loseing. Florida is a young State, she h largely that often years ago. The attention she Levy and Nassau Days-April 11th, FCBIIC 8o.tr*BI : : : OCALA, FLA
dependent upon( her winter visitor, and has given to educational matters has general.Dental. SJamS
Wbo Is wise ? lie that Is teachable upon these visitors she wants !Jo makea I been a great aid to her progress Other Convention-April 11th, Gen
Who is mighty; ? lie that conquers him. good impression} so that they will be : Southern States might learn Home valuable eral. Also a grand I tournament.The .
BelfT Who is rich ? Hf! that I U contented attracted by the good and, hospital lessons from the more recent historyof various premiums will be awarded
Who IB honored ? lie that honoreth conduct of the citizen as well an by the Florida's growth including the 11,000 oflered by Senator Millinery Millinery !
others.: balmlncsa of the climate and the richness As great as. has heen that growth, however Dunn, on April 2oth.;
of the soil to welcome their coin it promises to be still greater. The Grand concerts will be gi\n t
+ At a hugging bee at one of the townson ing and speed| their| going, as Governor progress Florida has made has been Sunday aftetiiuon from 2.30 to 5:00.: every ................................... ...--..,
the Hudson, a man, while blindfolded Fleming; did the PomologisU, cost nothing I in the face of obstacles at Our special days! and att ractive features ;: Our Milliner Is at home again ;

bugged without his wife for several minutes yet it was given with such a warmtti has been stated, and these having been will be annouhced from time to time.J. : .........:..::':::::;;;;;.;;'.:..: ::,': :::::::;::::::::::;..;....... .. I
a knowing who he was hugging. and glow: that it was electrical and catching removed most part, she is now prepared 0. CLARKE, Geo.11'.11'tlsox, i -JUST FROM THE NORTHWith
When he did -
find out he wanted his i
cents back.A and every member felt the better for to make longer and more rapid Secretary. President. :. ..... ..... ...... ........-............................... ......... I.
it, and each one! will return to his! respective strides than ever before. The prospect C. W. CAMPBELL, Sr., Gen :Manager. a Full and Complete Stork of

home good word for is that the census of 1000 will containthe I ..... ....................... ... .. .
speaking .. .. .
a ... .... .. ......
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syndicate of English: and American Florida and her Chief Magistrate! record of great, thh accomplished! .. ... ... ..-......-................................-

capitalists has purchased 2.00lVIfO) acres III the greater concern nK of State, Governor in Florid. FINE MILLINERY.NN'

in the State of Durango, Mexico. The Fleming had the courage to act up .......... --.1 !1.- ,
chasers tract lies intend in the cotton belt, and the ] to in MASS March i :
cotton BOSTON 12th 1889.!
engage plant. i in extra session/ U look alter tile ....
Ing on a largo scale.' State's health inteiests. The health bill Editor of the Banner : oGOODS GUARANTEED.

was formulated none too Boon and the .SHA (BS B.Al ........ .........
DEAR SIR Find enclosed
A who wa.-.. :
negro glviilg evidence in
a members of the board api'>uiutud underit order for dollar for which t
Georgia court was reminded. by the i taken as they weie from the points of send me the one OCALA BANNER.I please ...-............_.... .._.._....._....................... ..... ElloodE&.NashEtefiord's

judge; that he wa to tell" the whole truth. greatest! danger, wai wise, and l has have occasionally seen copies of jour I -HAS TRULY SAID .......................-........- ..... ........,.. ...... ....
Well witness, yer' IVo nee skeered, lose, MAid the dusky I given entire satisfaction.' valuable paper| and I think that every : ................ ....._.......................... .......,........... Old Stand 'Public Square Ocala- ,-Fla.
r to ell de whole These prompt measures show that Northern owner of Florida i "Tbre truth for fear I mitrht tell a lie." propertyshould taken it ebb, lead "
Governor has the interests of at on to fortune. !
Fleming subscribe for the BANNER and ; ....... . ................. :
the State very gieatly at heart, and that keep pouted on affaire in the Sunny ; AND NOW: IS! YOUR CHANGE: : :
T. P. Crichton, in a letter to the he is determined 1 to do all in his powerto South. Very truly yours! I GRAPH ATONCR, I :::::: HARNETT HOUSE ::=:

Ft.Lee MyersYew 1 arousing the people of prevent a recutrenceof the dreadful J. A. WHITTIKR. I t ...........AND. ..TUB. ..FORTUNE. Id, .YOURS.LISTEN. ....... .
r county to have a continuous, ex of last
scourge; summer. 39 Bawdoin street.A .
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blbit at air Exposition, aayat Since the adjournment ol the legislature 1. .! ,1 i.

IdJf The the general fact that display lei than I*Ine lour,and month when you BOO con, all and the appointment of the Board London physician-is of the opinion i . Ii LEADING POPULAR HOTEL.OF-

the tlraKcr computing the immense building, of Health we understand that he hasinterested that a turpentine bath is good; for rheumatism i :: :: ::: : : I II I -

truck stood In,you the t forent>e will and amazed wxroelyp and Mill a Mrolie think 1 hail there born himself In the sanitary condition (gout( insomnia, laryngities and . SAVANNAH, GEORGIA.
of the Manatee river and .
section .
"life In the old land (Florida) yet. bronchitis, and recommends the follow. : -1-

f has Health also written to if Gainesville would Boardof lug: method of preparing it: Make a ......... .........................!....I.,..j............................. !. I .J
Hen. Harrison does not seem to be asking they not like saturated solution of six ounces of : Fi.ECKICI1ulily.
the State Health Officer to their four j MR. FOX HAS JC8T STARTED FOR THE i! .. !!. AhDBSLIB'i1!
as fond, of the handshaking business as inflect low soap and add to it three or : NORTHERN: MARKETS. AND WILL .1 1 11

was Mr. Cleveland) and the latter' "onn l Informed that ;he and will, besides this the ,Health weare ounces of oil of turpentine. Shake the t: ............BUY...... ..."WHAmNG"................. ,.. ..-...BIG.................. i -1-
fascinating. wife, it is therefore nroiose< urge contents well before they are put into I I II
5 'y to abolish the custom at receptions but Officer to visit and inspect. all points the bath, which should be filled with =STOCK OF GOODS Artesian Well Water. Street Cars to all Depots.

these customs have grown up' with and where the fever prevailed! t year. warm water. The result is a pleasantbath .................... ............ ........ -1-

t become a part of the institutions of the There l is something more in the office from rich exhales the genial odor !I:. :......................AND....:.,.wkVvar.........:.;...:.H...AVE...:....................... I: RATES REDUCED TO $a PE R DAY

country and cannot bo abolished even at of Governor than the mere affixing! of of pine, ani hich causes a glow all over : .................-.........,.......................................... .i
t the will of the President. his signature and official l IIl'alto commissions the body. After t fifteen nunntes's im- ; -
laws and proclamations, and! Governor mention the patient should be put to E 1V COM TO PUT Til EM. mchtf.GIVEN

Catherine Cole thinks that there I is no Fleming seems to tealize it. bed. A CHANCE TO SHOW THEM i .
wit in the witlcisms aimed at the old If he continues to show the same 1'1' I
maids and no fun in the jukes tired 1 off wakefulness and watchfulness to the It is well known that many odd incidents : IMS TO SELL THEM, i
the much-a-busc'd mother-in-law. A State's every interest throughout his occur in a newspaper' office, but \ S Fxfo
at gentleman, she says, whatever his age term of office that he has done up to this the San Francisco Alia relatesone which : .......OME.........MONEY..............TO......PAY.................THEM. ................. i i I AWAY !
station will 11 nd the time, he will be re-nominated and reelected bears off the (palm. The Altlt*had published ..... ... .
and never occasionin 1 So if want anything in the r. .....N..N......'............... .
which it is proper to make fun of a in 1892! \ : almost without opposi a decision! by one of the court you way I Homebody ha found uToiit &t"la."and'been i <:

woman or do leas than testify to his tion.We judges of introduction): giving it in full, without and a word the :: "".'::::::::::::::::::::::-:0:::::; ::::::::::::::.:::::::::::::::::: j ; I: cured giving away the secret by which hu been w;'

sympathy for her, the abiding faith he hope that he will direct his attention or comment, : DRESS GOODS, i ... ............................... ......... ......... .....N.Y..N
to the tax and introducesome management was somewhat surprised BLANKETS
baa in her, the unbounded respect he system : CLOAKS. HAtrS, SHOES ANDCTOTHING: I
baa for her. practical reforms in it. Nothingso when an indignant citizent came in and, ROWELL'SBIG
badly I needs it and nothing would redound excitedly demanded a retraction, on the :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::,:::::::::::::::.:::::::::::::::: :: :::: i

A prominent .physician, nays the Buffalo more to hU credit. ground that what the Alia had publishedwas I !
"lie from end lIe
a beginning to
Krprttn, was seen buying a barrel 1 of ------ insisted that the statements; be corrected .............................. ..........-... ..............-.......-
onions, and being guyed about his purchase Women as School Trustees.Mr. : : : : BUSINESS
said "I (have always boiled and when at length convinced that theohjl'.tlonahle : i i i i
: onions : Charles 11. Ham, author of Manual .i .I ..
article was simply a
for thebenetitof children.I copyof ..
dinner "
r for tny "
like onions, too. They are the bent Training, in the last number of the a legal decision, he still insisted in 1- ORANITIIINUIN'OURLINEAT: And now; the secret has bec'rme; pubUc'wP-";
Tcachtr, maintains and dilates upon the i his assertion that the thing was a lie : -:0: : i ;rty and town talk there la no UM our \
medicine\ I know of for preventing colds. following propositions with reference to with other offensive remarks, such as 1 :::::: VERY LOW PRICES,;;;;:: i lug quiet fO we admit that the secret keep'1 j

,j children Feed onions three raw or, boiled four times or baked a week) to and the I the service of women on boards of education I only editors are expected| to bear in patlerice. ...NN..NN..NNN.N.NNN.Y.NN.NN.N.' ....... .:..great.trade. ..is.....................................................!
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they'll grow up itrong and healthy. No 1. They are Itws selfish than men and i AROUND 1 TO SELL THE

, worms, no scarlitina, no diphtheria, devote themselves to their work with If the recent test of dynamite guns : -w..-COME....--..-....-. ...........YOU.......?....-...... BESTAND '
where children" eat plenty of onions moru singleness of purpose. 2. They show correctly the power of those Instruments BENJAMIN= ; & I FOX I!

1"P very day. have, aw a rule, been sacred| the stu the soldier of the future will J .!? .. .J... ...... --
Ei-Governor McKnery: of Louisiana is pefyininfluence and los of time involved regard them with just cause for fear and Ask the Lowest !I'i"
.showing his good*citizenship! by taking a in college and professional train. war ships will steer clear of forts where -- F i I --..
in the effort to induce log" :it. They are more economical than they are located. During: the test of a --( II --- '
prominent part I 'i"i Beet goods and lowest;
and 1 will fifteen-inch price's: in brief ; ;
tl, immigration to that State. A letter men prevent waMe. 4. Theyare pneumatic gun, a target area i tills our store, with 'wbrl.
., more honest. :5. They have more I 50() by l.V feet was marked off on the househnld word of the customers and
he sent to
which recently an immigration :. .. .. name of
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convention contained the interest leisure and ran visit the school more frequently surface of the bay at a distance of 2138 --- -

ing statement t that nine times as many than men. 7. The majority j of 1 yards by buoy Eight shells, each carrying
teachers are women and their wants and 175 to 201 pounds of dynamite and ROWELL'S.I1ERE
people attain the age of 100 in usiana ............ .. ............ .
as in New York, and tlfteen times as rapacities' are better judged by women. mtro-gelatine: were thrown. Half ot ..--.......-.-...-.........-
many as itl Main The South no doubt There will be a disposition on the part them struck within the target area, : ......... .... I I II
; is remrrkably healthy and Immigrantsmay i ot some to add to, or aubtract from, these throwing U}t columns of water 200( to 300> ,I : :THE REDUCTION : i
f Southern) claims\ but they come from individual feet high by their' explosions. Six of !i :: I
come to any State and retain who has the the eight shots effected within the .= .N..N.N..N.N.........................._.._:::::::: I AM
given of education' were -
if not Improve their health. years of observation subject and thought. area of the larlPt'st'ar; ships and the .........-........... .................-................................ e

James Russell letters Lowell from says the that'ocnit'rBOnli he receive of The superfluous school boards fifth-wheel of Florida affairs are in kind the poorest would have shots demoralized struck so near the that crew they of a ij I OF STOCK !ij ..."..-..NOeerlrmg..-..-to....the-.'public......'.....the......driest.....-.tine...-'..r--.....I.
*of wealthy and titled Euglishiueu) operation of the bchuoU, still we should vessel. The tit piovtx! thai the time ..............................,.......................... ...........-...... FLORIDA
asking about the avenues of employmentin like to see women {placed on them. primer could be cut so as to regulate the I I ; .......
the United States. We have a large ----- depth under water at which\ the shells MEANS Ds..IT.-* CURIOSITIES,

number of Englishmen: in Florida and Solemn A* ei*." exploded. The last shot with a long * AND BELOW COST.THE FANCY GOODS '
all to be in love with the primer' rank to the bottom of the bay .-.... ..YN.N. ......................---.- AND STATIONERY.
climate they of scant the State from the Duke of In military life it I is tha dash and glitter before exploding) and sent up a great .....-........................ .
that win the of the hour
plaudiU and
cloud of mud and water to a height of ----r--
ar Sutherland, who left his million and a often lasting! fame, but in civil life, the 150 feet above the surface. I .OFFICE SUPPLIES AT LOWEST PRICES.
half acres behind him, down to the frank and are shallow : d--" -1-
open adjudged
humble tillers of the soil. We hope that I i
while the reserved and reticent t.YN.YA.tiiU
Mr. 'James Russell Lowell will let this easily Notice.All .. .... I. ....... .. .... .. ............ .. Line of Magazines ; tale -1
fact be known to those asking him for acquire great a reputation statesmen.ai On bleep this thinkersand persons having claims against the ..-._-...----- -' -- ------ :-....................-...........-..and.--..-.............
subject Florida International -LATEST
Information of our country. and Semi-Tropical PLACE NOVELSalway -
Don l'iatt has the following : 1-:1: position, will please present them ..NY..N..YN..MN.MN.N.NNNM.N..NNM...

Marriageable In different countries "Many a statesman life honored In his grave, either by mail or in person at my officein ...-...-..---..-.. ....... N. ...... -- on Und at-
ages IIOCM In to the p.e'tan erldenr NNN..N..... .....
: are: In' Austria 14 years for both of wUJiuo. ao acceptable to UM popular the Exposition building: at once for } 's r, OCALA NZWa DEtOT BwH"SXOWDEX
sexes ; in Spain the man at 14, the mind, that lit found in alleut gravity. The late adjudication. All riubscribew of stock I-"s-I .. ............ .N :::=ton: :::I{
Tom Oorwln, of Ohio, a man genuine. and in. are notified their either bf
woman at 12; In Russia the man at 18, fialM humor on OUt occasion, when lecturing m* payments
the-woman at 10; in Greece the man at form* dupovltlon joke with a cro d. Mid : note or cash are required at once. Work i !
'Don'ido tt. bo'ou will be I for all who have subscribed I } .
ray ahouUl alwaf* remem provided 1
14 the woman at 12 in France the man
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ber that the crowd look up to the and
the 15 In the ringmaster to p.11n. work upon application. A McFARLANE
at 18, woman at ; Saxony down on the clown. U menu' that which ,
man at 19, the woman at 16 ; in Belgium amuses The clown U the more clcvrt fellow of t C. W. CAxrasw. c.-.. M- -DliLUtf I*_ .
the' pun at 18,the woman' at IS; in the two,-but belt 1 .8It.-if If you would tuocw 18mar3tdAwlt: Gen. Man. j ..FISHEL'S.OCALA 1
dln Ifs I you n. olua a* an .. ...... ALL KINDS
the at 18 the at '-'.NN..NN..N.N.N OF FURNITURE
i Oertnaay maD woman aa*. AU the great monument of the earth hare Magnolia Narcerr N .N. -
14 ; in Switzerland the man at 14, the teen built over solemn saws.". The finest and beet variety of orange .-.. ...._..._..._...--.. t

te woman at 12; In lIanpry,C&thollcs, the trees for the least money, to be bad of J-i :; : : : : :: FLORIDA f -0- ,

man at 14, the woman at 12 ; Protestant Freeh at flah and Homoeassa oysters j. W, & F. D. WAft&.. --.--. ..-...-...-.. TMT :llvmi InracnoM or Tatm ;00xJ0un.81'OC' .
market. -
the woman at 18. dally Courtney's Stnchtd -
r the man at 18 wSfebtd. Belleview, Fla SU'.1 & MB Low FETCH.

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. This Exposition, incorporated, under the laws cot t t tin Stnt of Florida, opened atODNTY --

O ALA NIARION l Flip J Mm\ 29tll ''I88R

i'1. CLOSE MAY FIRST 1889. -U.MT

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, This will be an Exposition of Pomologieal: Horticultural and Agricultural products of Florida, and( her Roils, timbers, woods, m lu.'I"II'lI\1HI1ivo stock, and in addition articles .f
and products of general interest from all :States and countries. Entry is open to the world for the display of its product No charge for entries nor : space for the product Ort' motiTH
manufactures of Florida. "
The United States Experimental Station for improvement and development of products indigenous to this section has boon located contiguous to our exposition, ground
tarWe invite exhibits of all descriptions, particularly those pertaining to the arts, mechanics and,agriculture, guaranteeing uniform courtesy! to all exhibitors.! eJl

CASH PREMIUM LIST, $3,500. --v., 4.IIebP


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GEO.' W. WILSON, President. '\".'.1[. FOX, First: 10-1)re"'d ent. IK. 11. hNIOJl'l8l'0I1cl Vico-President 8HUU.I'

C. ,v. CAMPBELL. ., SR., General Manager. G. S. MAYO, Treasurer. J. O. CLARKE, Secretary. 'i '
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'rft nc Fits-- OCAiA.Ocahi National.- BankOF TIle MCl1cllants' National Banl{ Anti Monololy II -Tin )-- Drug ;.

Florida.. I Y.
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Paid Up Capital l., Authorized Capital, CAPITAL STOCK SfiO.OOO.OO --1 NCO1P111T1NESS-

$50,000. } $150,000. SURPLUS, 1 :JOliO.OO ] OP STOCK

L.W.AONE\V,J>n.. ,. W.II.COUCII.V.Pr** Quality of GOO 1 ws OFPICKUH i
1 JNO. F DuNN PrtrillH.J ,
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t- I'ictI'rrrident.K.. B. McCoNvem\ Cothifr Jnnl) 10

., (located Dell door to Flr.tN.tlon&l Bank. ,
A. McNTYEE.: C2c7IIER. Bring now ttlallufod in our new and tltga.nl Dank building U'f are prepared to guar- 1- )
antteititfad\on] to all. 1m $148,
SURPLUS 7000.00 General Banking lurineu' trantacttd Excluingt' lougld and totd. I

t equipped LankinJl houses in the State owned by the -: BOARD OF DIRECTORS.:-- ,
One of the finest
bank. We have special rlS for making Collections on aU accessible points. -OKHARDWARE-
'!! and favor to our customer consistent with safetklne'andiaSgUe
Somptand careful attention to all business entrusted to us JNO. F. DUNN, K. P. DIRMUKES,
BANK ACCOUNT and all business In our line and
entire satisfaction.
guaranty J.FERINE:, L. M. THAYER, t xt

Importers & Trailers CORRESPONDENTS National Bank, New York, N. Y.; SaSJIOOfS1llifldS! s. ,

outhern Bank of Georgia Savainah.t& CORRESPONDEN9.Sr'ationa1 : 1
iu all important cities in the West. -AT-
Special Correspondents \ Park Bank of New York. J/avenc Motional Bank of Botton. ,
deer National Bank of Savannah Georgia A. E.
nw1O4 Louitnlle Banking Company LoubvilU, A'y '
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W. W. CNDON'SNew ;

3Ialn Street, Ocala, Fla. Store'Shines +
\ Jewelry -Drug Line-

replete with everything in -0-
''' '' hta line. Call and_examine i -- ,
f.-fhir : I '
.The Hotel City .: I *- for*)'onnelf..i. ; THE: PLACE TO FIND THEM PI.ANO'S'.A.ND


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al olJ WU Om,.,di0u." ion p I rosin for c... Specialty.
I 6eUs in every I'OODI. Hot DS f'O)1IU."tlllirki ]cove CJM'w.'j twe.Rakiit All Wock'o repair of Clock and Wsteees - } '1 WnW 1MWkn. OouuteelS. I' .
Rhelnauer'a Old Stand. | | | | FLORIDA OCALA ;u.Ill } ,
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:,r PerAnnatn IVontbe, .. .. Rates.llix .._ ... --- woa23ft.- jM .. .. .. .t: .,. t. .. Lalm Sidet

Three Months, \ '. d, i 1ot., .
10. '
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"w WATER '. ..c'1 '& '1 :' ," ;>
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WONOtRS.A ,,,' 1 t', r r i. 'fJ" 0
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new volcano Is. reported from Tobasoo. So. Lake Weir Fla
F Kh water. It spurts forth large streams of red r ,

A spring of natural cologne has broken Sixteen miles south of Ocala. ; on

R forth In the southern part of Algiers The ,, VI high bluff overlooking the wholeof
liquid has not been
analyred but Its odor is "Beautiful Lake Weir."
very similar to that of patchouli.

Near El Taw, Tex.,there lea care of unexBlared .
dimeiisions which contains a beauti : HCKS MEETS ALL TRAINS
a hi lake. iTb shores of this body of water r

are pottery.A strewn. with hunan bones and pieces of iJ I:. : f't; ..1 Fine Boating, Sailing, Gunning

and Fishing.
man in Milton,NST., tipped a couple of .
barrels of whisky Into a natural spring which Terms $2:50: per diy Reasonable
flowed on his premises and invited all the
ranchmen for miles around to come and tee Rates by Week or Month.
IU. The next day be sold the spring for
f 10.000 in gold dust and fled the country. ) Address !

K' Marvelous stories are related of a cataract U. J. ROSENBURG,.
in the interior of Labrador, beneath whoso O Mannrer
terrific leap Niagara pales iuto/ insignificance. Late of Park Avenue Hotel, New York and Clifton

The width of the river immediately above House Magra Falls.:___ _
the falls is '1,600 feet, but the cat.ractlteetf RATES $a.50 TO $3 PER DAYS
Is not more than. 160 feet across. The height
fif the falls Is estimated at 2,000lest.. I Open All Year.

SOME SK/V --- ----
11 NEW Ct5LOR3. <

Jlorron Castor.Is is DeaVer.chestnut.. .' Do ala

r. Boil Fcrle Is.Is a a dull pearl brown.gray ** :'.- ;( t a r < x

Nol tt.e is nut brown.

Loutre Is a seal brown. r. ]

Nuage is a cloudy gray.
Amande Is almond brown.

Ecorce tM chene U a doop tan. CAPITAL STOCK $500,000.00

Cordoue is a rich leather color.

Argent a rich pure silver tint.

Feullle morte U doad leaf brown.
TillS COMPANY la now prepared to sell Stock,
e Champignon is a warm stone color. lots 40x1(10!( feet from 110 upwards, and lo
rated at the "
Bersallier Is another name for beige. chasing One Share tOrn Stock Ocala.of One Parties Hundred pur-
r: Landrls Is a new and very rich dark thado. Dollars bill be given ten contiguout tote WxtOO feet.
Taboo and tabao d'Espaguo are a tobacco f" i. ; For further particular*call upon or address

shade.Cachou. .' .. Geo. S. Mayo,
> is trlght No. 1 Marion Block OCALA FLA.
iii .. yellowish brown (with
the next three extremely fashionable).-Clo 1 .
thier and Furnisher. *

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Their new vf ii.E.gliabctanYouawlive.

In Call for-
slab, I believer
American Yes, sir Han Francisco is my

Englishman-Quite so. Ah, I presume you THE'J
frequently com in contact with ui> friends
the Courtney In Al"lzonab-an adjoining I 1 Wat n flock k "

state, 1 believe.-:Jlarrr'a az&r. I I !t '" G o Jewdij II

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w Ahead of Dictionaries. l. 'r. r .. *
{ Delighted l1ot.beret.a 'is tale heart \
Talk some more oo Utie tooUie wootsie. LINE I !
Bright Baby-Woo boobul ooirull. ohmaoogoa .
"Oh, you darling! Ooo don't boner about .. 0 ___ --0- __ -0Relmlrlng -
dictiouary words does oo, pet I Uoo'll) be a
treat novelist some day." Philadelphia -- a Specialty.
lUcord. Good_Ad tire. .A..T. WN..LOT i f t! A' TOWN'-LOT -0-

f Wintry gales begin FOR LOOK i FOR -LocATED( o\ WEST Sins: or SQUAB)-
To blow this lima about' 8m1-88
Put your duster la
And Ule your ulnur emu $25.00. I $25.00.

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Limited I'el'era. LAND TITLES !I1
A mother was correcting her little boy th MM'l'-IS{ ; N.Tr TO f 2'HI1 1'Y YS r LyTfi ="
Ol'TKR SiiOP D ,i: O
D he oil*i Way, and appealing to him, asked ho .-...-...............................--.............................-....-......................._....._ .............-.. .-...-.....-.. .-.--.....-... -- -1-i :
would feel if he bad a son who didn't do .
this and didn't do that and so on. When THE BEACON & ADAMS
she had reached the end of the inquiry he a

answered 1 "Well, minima, it I had a little the field New addition to the of Ocala, ABSTRACT COMPANY.
boy 8 years old, I d n't think I'd expect the The t first in Semi-Tropical City Anderson's new addition -1-I
earth of him." adjoins the Semi-Tropical Exposition grounds. Three hundred lots now offered at $i5 each, for thirty days

Tbo most fashionable riding habit of tho only I The property elevated and overlooks the city. South street is now being graded to the property.II. IS ThE PLACE 10 GET THE FAC1S

season is made of black cloth, with a w aat( proposed "dulllmy line," when completed, will add 100 per cent to the value of every lot. Lots can be -1-1 ....

. coat black of silk chamois hat about leather.which With it is worn a paid for 011 the hu-tallment plan, desired><1. No commissions, no agents ; buy direct from owner. The editor
nil Is twisted agausof of the BANNER will select lots for uon.reeideut8. 40et in on the ground 11001'" flat can be seen at office ofII Omat- ; OCALA HousE

Ribbon 11 usul L. Anderson or address II. L. Anderson. Lock Box 125, Ocala Fla.
moro I'n.tUCl'ly! than ever, 1Ja3m
especially on eculu- gowns," 1U ruches of
narrow satin or metro ribbon edo the tUrts lit us YOU tC A LA HIGH M.CHOOI.:
of dancing drew** and is mingled with the II U II.U 1G.. THE OCALA HOUSE
allbt E.
drspin now *> fashwoublo.->ew B. RICHARDSON
1i York Mail and Exprem NOTICE IS nYRKHUlVJoS THATSFAI I ED. ,
e rating tbetK'a1aU4h Mlnx.l Buildus -TUE-
Tameo nvrrn cxuiurs ana awi onus or will t e recvl by theliiiNUttuf the lksla I
.T=Qaa guipure lace are in style for theatre Hixb school until April lit. INW. flans l rued Finest
Livery In
and other evening wear. vn-ciflrations now rr'dy at the office of T JFlook the City
rchlteil The Iruslees reserve the I
Silk marabout, a mossy silk trimming U. liege of iTJtH'tliiif' any or all bl,Is. Honda fur l.'Lh.:' -0LEADING -
used to border the edges of the reception ful i rft>rinancvof contract to be Kt\en' Petld IntUUto The LeadingHotel of the City
dremes F. F ti A Rkld,
for later AXES
near in the
1t.&iOn. Chairman: Bnanl Trw .'The furls of street dresses are worn ,.t-..WM. .lOX tkvretary\ ; .
6 long tbI.It'&aXHpeci&lJl by thaw who very wish dmrbK: 15, IB and ta'!, til -A1'iD---: 1,:n-ad
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x" to add to their apt earanee of b..,"v>*
R A new ciKUin lor naru.\r aeicnw i,* KIOU G. H. & J. C. PERINEAResident
to be tried Perforated Iron pipes will Iw UNSURPASSED.. APPOINTMENTS TO ANY IN THE STATE1Repainted McKAY

sunk iu the water, and throujh them jn-tro- Dentists. ARCHITECT AND
kum will, bu forv*d. la this nay a Corte'stream BUILDER,
pf blesin oil could be aunt down on MERCUANT8- BANK BUILDING, r 1 I DESIGNS '
an enemy's Deut to drive it away Iron vessels OCALA FLORIDA. ESTIMATraFurnished
could not past through this lake of tire -- on, .
because mlda AU branches of dentistry Teeth filled and Inside and AppUcatlon_ dOrnc.RIBJDUCI
it could be Out1I] _
to eitond
.h.. .... .. mouv prawned. Roots crowned with porcelain or told --0_.__
Wit. -
leetlt. Artificial art from one tart a to a fl llet.
J.Igiuality of design has been displayed in tfineUy BNI of bonbon box with cbasixl ;
a gem a a silver TOOTH rOWDBS A STECUITYK. OCALA .
cover, Into the center of which a miniature FLORlt

Among holiday novelties is a water pitcher FULLER J. CllACE, ..
and goblet in silver repousse and bright fin- I. J.
tab with twisted borders oraameotad with DtSTISTS.tpcolal I BROKAW,

wild flowers.A attention gt-to Crown Brldfework -1-
Ooldplatea and all flr.'-elasa l operation pertainIDC .
watch 1s shell
new gold shaped, or&a- THE
to the Art Oas lor thepsl&leas
xneated with colored gold flowers and birds eitracUou of teeth Office la Fan BEAUTIFUL UWNS AND COUNTY NURSERYMAN7 -
90 one side,and on Ue other Is left a space S atonal Bank bulldinc. Oft 6 tf CROQUET GROUNDS .
for& initials. .... ................................-..........-...-..--..-.---- ;t t1
.,TAM r.asst*ruedala..:te. .oo moai1Jww mnoe. r. QARY. W. P, I .. -1-1Omu .
.. 3ie Oregon shingle) is said to be twice. TO
durable. the same. article made of pine,and TUB PUBUOi..A., FlU LlfI
I eapaWeof being placed on the market at the ramam AMB avUIIOIf.It.oema. OF 1ft1UOT 1fI'O lg01ApsYi2cEA
Mmalpriae.Lumbermen I prophesy that the Afasw A Uaifs Block OCALA. Fo.--rux. ArLTlro : :tu li: : ::1. I1;YERI1LurAGD. A
'time Is n<4 far distant wbeaUlssulAgU will 8ptTjydjanlbm .
Twa(7<.sT a: .si's emrlene* ta nested OCALA..LOIUDA..
all other of th..ar..ra t."na. -1-
.drive out Dt+aas 4ijuSa wtuU.a.&Jt I SsUlM I
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