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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 20, 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 )
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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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I OCALA FLA., WEDNESDAY MARCH 2O 1889.



BUDGET OF HOME NEWSC. Court umter's representative the legislature, 1 1a CITY & COUNTYDIRECTORY.

The 1HV piece of which\ was Queen 11'ictoria I .
UBirriXGER.City Editor. grand reception given
before I shortly after her coronation. Ana 110on
CITY OFFICERS,
Go to Sanders' and Rev. C. throughout the long but highly suggestive
box
get a of b-cent .
P.
instructive Mayor-Dr. The* GaIT
cigars for >Fh"Y" bl'f1l1in and interesting and Clerk-S. A. Hnllock.KUrtbul .
The chapter -O. K. Ball
don't you call on. "Y" the jeweler. grand The rustic home of art would be Incomplete ('ollt'C.tor-r. I'. Uftilnon.Awxfwn .
d feb td of the without reference to the splen- -li. K. Nrlvtr.1cn.rru .
TiTMurer R. 8i>ow<
Geo. W. Walker and Porcher dill portraits of Gov. Fleming and our tiincll-Jno. K. Dunn
L'Engle, Senator Dunn, which are the production l o-rd of AM e rmen-J. F. Pniis K. W. Agnew.J. .
lawyers of Jackeonville.are in attendance having own the born artist of Surater T. L iica ttT. John A. Rnwel ll%, ii. K Root, r.U.
at hours Sid H. Shirted of Smith, H. W Chandler: I. Brown' and W.U. Mar-
and county, Miss Tolula Atkinson, the handsome shall.
Fresh fish and Homosassa oysters them and accomplished daughter of Sanitary InlCl't'\\I.I'-W. T. King

daily at Courtney's market. 5mchtd belon Us. tate Representative" Atkinson,of Orange COUNTY OFFICERS {

t Miss Anna E. Smith, one of Anthony's and It. home, Sumter county.We County Jndif >-KIchAfil MrCoiiAthjr.t'ounlTOirk .
could enumerate other arti- -D. A. Simile
many
0'. fair and fascinating fair ones in E. L. Sheriff-K.T. .
was \\IUI nm.Atmn
taste, exquisite
\ clew of virtue &II evincing rare
the city yesterday, shopping. >r-J. O.: Malhewa.
judgment and a cultivated and CUrL
rollrctor-II. T. Wartmann
The celebrated J. 0. Clarkeand South ; DAY killed designer and excutioner, but 8urlnieu TrtMiiror<$lent. R. of Vj\f\IMbllC*. In.unctlonL. .
ern is Jury pace says move on and say more about |
Express Company case, occupying KlemlnKtmi.
the attention of the Court to-day. umter's exhibits woods, ranging from Paine County: tmnli..'ioiirw-U. W. Long, W. P.
in the 17 foot in diameter live oak butt, Trantham, M. H. Rou, K.H. I' rtln, W. V. \\'iiamtcm. \- r. AK4

Don't fail to attend auction which Commissioner Barwick couldn'tet .
tf
Th. The County Oommlnnlonen meet the tint Moo- r.uCI
SWEET- on a car, strong enough to hold it, da1 In every mouth.
jury
The young fellows who failed to go laying right through: the lust of pine, hickory, Kohool IViarU-F. K. Itarrti. It. T. Wart man e.
out to the Semi-Tropical yesterday, ash cedar and that asto- ).I. S. Mater, A. R. lirtmn. r. U Iwrtnow.
cypress
the gum Monday In mouth.
f\choo111octl'lt meets tint every
missed seeing some of the handsomest clubs l nhcil this reporter, who thought he was
ladies in Florida. Wm. familiar with Florida's inexhauvtablu COUNTY HOARD OK HEALTH .

E. TAKE "THE supply of hard woods. The Sumter sign, J'n'llttel1t-Or. T. P. \
The limtt-Union thinks that at }least EXl'OSI- the design of Commissioner Barwick, orlary-Capt. Jo:. II. Rlchmli .LI4
Otis T. N\'mht'n-Dr. I>. A. Hmtth, AnthonyjMeiafi.;
ten Southern States will take in
part sworn '! HAITI. made of Sumter; county woods, number- M. H. Moneram D. II. Inrln.
the military contest to take place in h-e- ; ; IS inC( 30 odd different varieties, is truly a BOARD OF TRADE. y
Jacksonville. The famous 7th New York
work of art. .
John 1C 1C. rrwtilem-J. r". lIunn.'INlI'n.ldt'ntll.
Regiment ha been invited.Dr. York To see Sumter's profuse display of \ A. W'athera.toecn.tll.nWm. I
and fodder would quickly F"x.1kumrJokveruoreA.1'.Man:. t
Miller, grains, hay Jr,C. ;nbeln.
C. C. of the United States
Byrne, the and right dissipate the thought to an out-amider, on aver, Juo. K. Duun, J. U. Mvinnton, U. A.
Army, pow stationed at Washington, D. Silver sons and fair what do or what can those iteoplelive;gen i \\ealhen. Wm. VV and 8. W. Moody. t
C., is on a visit to Ocala, and a guest of The lemen" of that kind and character, weearnestly BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIA- nit
the Ocala House. The doctor owns a da siren celebrate and sobbcrly assure you, on TION.

large landed interest in this county. cost of their untiring the fat of the land, as evidence b)' the 1
rn>(l tent>4i.: n. \Vtln>*r.Vice .
Don't fail to attend tho auction tf The herculean la- generous; and jortly proportions 01 Commissioner 1'rtsldent--F4. llelo\te.tlt.
Stroud time Barwirk's girth, largely sup 8et>ietary mid Treasurer.-Louis Fox.Board .
spared no
tl.
Dliffttir-. T. l.am-iuitcr. Isaac Btr.hen 1'
There was considerable racket last d'c! it the unquali- ')lemented by such giants and human I.of llrowu V. FUhil, A. F. lelo\lCClt.II1| D.Z e
night at the F. S. Railroad water tank.A to eviathausaa Sam StokColJ,Tom Perry anda charl number of pistol shots were fired. We The it proved regiment of others we could natpe. RIFLES.

understand a party went into a house of der, it and the soft, Of vegetables and fruits there was no A. Nash
C&I.ttlln-tl\'o.
doubtful repute and held high carnival of \ twinkled, end and the display was grand, while First LifUtenanl-R. B. McConnell he.l
butler, the color and flavor of which Second I.lculenant WlllUoii. -
Mr. T. 8. Dumont, agent of the F. R. of unusual bril- would hate put to blush tho rose na Forty" )Member

&: N. Company in New York, has been rays as it looked ture's deft artist l painted on the velvety FIRE COMPANY
placed in an insane asylum. Mr. Du. cles and smiled cheeks of Sumtera:; fairest daughters, ('ol'\'mall-Mallrlc''hld-T. Ii. l.ano strr.Kheinauer.

mont was in our city a short time ago not people who and the sweetness and tastiness of its Flnt .lHtanl-Umi Yolk
and fully realized his condition. It is a lower, the bedewed breath of a spring! Second aMUtant--W.. U. ManhalL
do honor to the Hecreurr-J. Ii. Mailed.Twentylive .
sad affliction indeed. morn.
who above all John Perry, Jr., showed a fine growth iiieuiU-r N
We shall soon begin a thrilling "serial"} Clarke ; his unselfish of wheat and beside it graham Dower, HOOK AND LADDER COMPANY. % U.

from the pointed pen of Davidson & DC- terville ; i labors, had and the wheat of which it was madezrovsn l'restdeut-Abramn> I'ahner. :1
. It will through several issues. Sumter exhibited I land without fertilizers Foreman-VIlka llrnU.
voto. run county ; : on pine AlCllhtalllWt'lIlltkhaI'l1mn.
Persons who want to persue this literary mount All honor to g to 10 bushels to the acre. But we Twenty members.TULUL.A .

"spread" are requested to send in their James and intensity o( must halt and can only say that tho LODGE, NO. at, I. O. O. I'.
subscriptions at once. )'**! in arous floral offerings by Sumter's noble dames
Boyd, ; ; |[MeeU every Tuesday evenlnif.)
J. 8. ; and bring and sweet charming maids, were in profusion W. H. (Cliallle N. O.

Don't fail__ to_attend, the___auction__ tf Steele, ; the ,fruit of and cf the .finest and! most fragrant W. M. Phillips, Hecretary.AU .
l 4. made BO impres vUllInx brother curdUlly invited
Thos. ) varieties. They fairly strewed the way
We regret to hear of the illness of J. Collins ; : to a triumphal march, und well they] OCALA CHAPTER NO. 13, R. A. M.

H. Steal, postmaster at Fort :McCoy, who wife, Illinois.'C; ..: radiant faces of may, not only to their noble generous, Orala Chaptor, No. 1.4, R, A. ti. Con vw'at Ion a
has been confined to his bed and room at Orange atlon, aim owed untiring and enterprising ComiuiKsioner, flint Monday night In every month.!
Mr. ; II. \>. LONO, II. P. Y
house for month past. ,
the Brown a and
pleasure, Colonel Uarwidl the
but to
mond, ; ; joy grand, aggre, J. 8. FIUHK" t14'CJ't.tary.PRESDVTERIAN.
8's brother came from Georgia to take 8emi-Tropi. .
S. W. ; tion and tout-entrml of all their generotts CHURCH.
him back with him, but found him too ('OII iou trifle and glorious offering! of field, garden .
;
{ luv.. W. II, lJOTW 4LD, Tailor.
sick. and the
ville and yard to the mont beautiful substantial
Sabbath nvrvlott at 11 A. M. au) 7 r. M. Sunday ,
\ the
to ring represented of all the county day exhibit 1?
continues
Ocala's reputation grow.A ; S< tux'l nt V.o:: > A. \\ednvkiliiy; uvvnliiK lectureat
postal card was received at this office N. \J.; yet seen in the building. The thought; 7:3(1.: Seats frt.-e. 1 he public onrdlally, Invited.
today addressed! to the Ocala Tmift- Stroud ; in with 175 was a happy one, of time wealth of their! EPISCOPAL CHURCH.

tTn; (ion, Ocala has not absorbed the T- Brooke ( "Hying cracker" fruit bowers, with the boughs of dogwood -- .
U. yet, but there is a growing impressionthat \ compelling the in full bloom 1<< their bright, pUre! HE*. C. B. WILMER, Rector.
she will do it very soon. Paul I ; give the ladies white.color, blending most harmouiuu hervt\'.e. every "Hundnyat': : lUt": a.: m. and 7.15 p. 7$ .
guiar, : ; : day and most ly with the gray mow, that draped tile m.k p.standard m.' W. II.lime ChHinlMirUiii.HuiNtrinieudont.Tho nt'auiivo..; niiuiiay:: 'I ,WUtrlat e
Mr. T. C. Carter the urbana F. S. R. 'lanta, ; : ; improve if. rafters and touched the golden fruit HUH
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R. agent at Ocklajvaha Station was in Tenn.; I and interest I>ended under it. But then Colonel Bar lle l Grocery, Magnolia street, in .
town today In company with Miss Ella ''on, ; ; I yester n ick is u genius and no one but a giant the plm-o to buy your rnc'e'rlc'lt. .tr
Barcliff and :Miss\ Ida Brown, two of I :Mrs. ladies of old and a genius could make time, display he /1CIiARIAr. Proprietor.d .
Electra's fair and bewitching daughters, D. W. ; celebration of I 3ldeclmFor
and took in the attractions of the Semi I wife, ; : crazy did.We almost forgot", to refer 1 to ____

Tropical. cinnati ; ; :Mr. Woodw nl'" automatic tt'n''flpie I wile by a v nlltMiiau vthu In loav-
James : fl Home, con instrument, invented ronMrudeil ampatented lug this' cnniitry. fin fully paid up
Don't fail to attend the auction. tf Alice ; Department or bIr.: W--, of Suuitmillc! shnrcH in the i'loriila. Proiltuv, Manufacturing

Ditmu of Oxford, assured wife, ; of regal and and made out of Florida woodrt, or I'ompiny: : l-M-nburtf. Addreni
'Squire of, Orange Springs, yesterday ange, ; ; nt silk crazy which fourteen kinds enter into itsjnaki. the secretary at 1 t'IIlJrIl.
Harrison
Major morning,that the St.Johns River, Lee, T. ; attraction anti It in' constructed on generous idea, and ManlilKlt. .
Railroad would begin I lin, ; of exquisite to view the pictures within, it will take .- -
Lake \\elr &,Gulf conifortabliitell hotel that
at Jackson "A kept
Palatka inside of three Farra you a whole day] us 1 it is run by clock
building from tuck ; anell1ro\'oo and often bell charges most I iranonabUt rates, U the
:Major\ said in consequence ; ; vial work, ever no a rings' and
weeks, and the gallant I A. ; ; brushed all you patw from one owning to another, lIurnHt HoUM-, Wauuitwli, lu., so \long
land around had his advanced splendid sec-five I \ ; board ure a viewing new scenes and objects at each ronductHl by Mr. M. 1.. Harnett."-JVewlort 4

lion Orange Springs) } ; the and I peep hole. HWM. warlltf
dollars an acre. A. B. the highebt prize the
; Among throng we observed Merchant Lenten KfrvlroH.

Mr. A. E. Delouest, one of our prominent R. % fol line. In its Tom Carter Parson Kell ore and There will \\M Ix-ritt'ii Services at n race
Uare ,
dealers, has purchasedthe I repre Jude I'uddy. of 1\Wildwoo.1 t I). C. Hill,
hardware Kp'iHcopal; Church on Monday, Tumday .
bin I that trod.. clerk of Sumter .
and the
formerly handsome
building county
I
lot and tinsbon The her glow and Thursday afternoons at 430; p.m.,
occupied by Yon e Bros in the rear of and brilliant young editor of the and on Wednesday and Friday evenings
rich and brilliant
A Nash. The price I Sumtervjll liners, Wallace F. Stoval
the store of Hood fany ]It and 7; iO.
atmosphere.
$1,000, and Mr. Delonest" will Hon. Mr. IVmberton, father of
paid the was building f or a ware-house, and shares President Cleve j ring town of Peniberton's tbUjr08' Delightful Excursion* Dally.

Mr.use Sinclair our unequaled fresco artist, t" wife, and! Genera Perry, Jr., Squire Ditmars, the Steppes; o f Silver Springs and! Ocklawaha River

is giving it the propel lettering.Don't were years ago wit Oxford, with a regiment more! wu slid steamer"Eureka,"Captain Wens leaves
and gave it the not even get a glimpse} at. for Urahatnvillu after the arriv"lot the

fail to attend the auction tftarshville and praise --- -- -- morning train from Ocala and returning
John wa the wonder Don't fail to attend.. the auction tf in time for passersgere to connect will
) School. Clark, : the prollt'rtvof -- evening train for Ocala ; 2U mile**-fare
The school in this neighborhood, E.: 1 of Orange Home Alliance Meeting. from Ocala and return, f 1.60. dSteb2m

which has been under the efficient and At ; of title work Sub-Alliances will take notice, that -

\i: capable teaching of Mr. J. H. Brinson, 10"' : In the fact, the April meeting of the Farmers' All. Hart's Ocklawaha lllver Steamers.harts' .

dosed iU session last Saturday.with ex- each foot beautiful! ance will be held at Fellowship, on Ocklawaha steamers leave l's-
aminations and I a picnic, in neighbor ide nt, thirty Thursday, the 4th day of April, at 10 talks for the Ocklawaha and Silver
in he ard C. ; ; ; of Maryland I o'clock a. m.W11,1)xmosr.
ant event every person these : Springs dally except Konday. at ten (10)
hood joined and had a good time. \ .worked squares l .In II. C. MARTIN, o clock a. mv-returning, ,leave Silver
Secretary President.
Cleveland in Florida. E. Mower, or shrub, fcjprinpi dally except Monday on arrivalof
Ex-President Cleveland and party arrived At was significant CJf Don't fail to attend the auction. tf train from Ocala, which is due 0.23 a.
U. L. l1Altr. ij
m.
An
morning. as a token ----- ----
Jacksonvilleth.s
in n 8feb 2m J, H. Faun Agent.
arranged for to ,
country
enthusiastic projlramme was was Colored School Da,. r{
his reception. lie went across to 8t. Augustine I.anl' serving ills Saturday, April 13th, has been seaside Ilargalo In Itrsldrucv Lot*.
in Mr. II M. Flager's private spy on the as Colored School Day at which Persons desiring Lu lnf8J or residence

grand will linger at the Ponre de Leon and ; of InextriCAble time the gate of the Exposition will be Iota adjacent to the public square, band

until l he starts for Cuba. Ocala may very thrown open, free to all the colored some and desirable property, will call on
catch on hU return. lie U accom-. inflame-1 ten teachers, i.upil and trustees in the Paul Jones, at office of Bullock <&
Ex.ScreUry sedate mind ot
edhbyy Ex-Postmaster Dickinson, county We hop that they will be
her Burford
owner, 111'lnlln Texas, will be
of ing .. is
Bayard and Ex-Secretary left : persons, in large numbers, so the world may see in the for city,one week from to-day. Pur-
E.
Vila The party was M. Atkinson, what interest .
Interior, they take and the chasers
the provrcs : can now, secure a bargain.
ch loudly at every stopping place. burg, of Mr. Atkinson, they make In education. 18mard6twlt
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OCALA. JAILY 13ANNEr. Baltimore Sun. ABOUT '. : --:.:. ttml more-ouonme attractive-
--- CHARLESTON Old Michael's white and Pal Store J
=- ==- -- -- --- Trltmtea to Rrave Dor. ncns. St. lofty Drug

OCALA", FLA., MARCH, 10, -1S89.P. The letters which have been sent to Bpin Use slowed.th,,down' yova.gt'r..eye the vessel, as.which with ( ( ce

_ engine'I'
young Fxlward: Q. Blalsdell' son of John THE HISTORY OF A PICTURESQUE hts Lroaght him from New York safely

E. HARRIS. Ediur (}. Itlaisdell' of this city, complimenting CITY. passes! the jetties. He Is: quick to catch -0--
-- him for heroic conduct in M\'lnilthn life
; and applaud the harmonious chime of
of a comrade, J. Howard Lee, early in this venerated pile. Once landed, his
January, have been collected. Among now II WM Settled.and ,b'.W'Iaom-lIl" btops are hurriedly turned from Bay WHOLESALEAND
them are those, from President Cleveland torlral Laudm..u-Tb. Chief-Ilnlldingiof street by the postoiilce (that now exists)

President Harrison, Vice-1'renident the City and IU Modern AttwtlreO into Broad street the daily -AND-
Morton, Secretary Whitney, Governor money getters and changers! tire, marine
Th
.-- Jackson, Mayor Latrobe, Governor Lee, M- Mew Pnntofllc and life (Insurance and stock brokers I I0
of Virginia. Governor Beaver, of Pennsylvania [Special Corre pondeoce.1 ,..note sharers, politicians, journalists I Drugs

Governor Bipirs, of Delaware, NEw YORK .* <. -In balmy April, law,t'rs. highly respectable fossils: ,
Governor Stevenson of Nevada, Gov. ant of whose brain -
1670 men commerce : veg-
Governor .
i Q Lowery. of MlmiflHippi! the governors of SayleJ; a queru egato in crushed phosphate rock. Thin
lous bigoted octogenarian ALL KINDS OF-
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& Ohio, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Rhode described by ho reaches tho corner of Meeting street,
Island Nebraska, Michigan, Tennesseeand one ot hu contemporaries aa "a man of where on one of them the new a: d l grand OILS, STATIONERY TOILET
,ti ..- New lfam hire : Senators Dawes. no great sufficiency," landed, with cola postoffico is to be; where gluriticd ht.
Chandler, Ingalls amt'' Manderbon ; allt.! nistsfrom England, Ireland and Bermuda Michael's Church and graveyard always -ANU-
Governor Leeof Virginia, in on his Congressmen Lodge, Long, McComas and at what they called Albemarle Point on i have been, since 1752. Here he stops a FANCY ARTICLESIn
oJ way to Florida and will spend a week Cogswell, Col. D.H. Lamont.the mayor of tho west bank of Ashley river, directly reverent curious man, to listen intently
under our Kt'nlalllklt'tl. Chicago and the of Philadelphia. for tho quarter hour chime musicallytolled
mayor opposite to the present city of Charleston. Stock I
The circumstances of the heroic act are The Indian for the from the clock tower, and to hear Complete 1We \
z'. The IlennblicanH; of Jacksonville have as follows: Early in January, J. Howard name stream from ode who delights to recite it the -0- .. ."
endorsed Ivlwaid: M. Cheney for U. H. Lee was playing "hookey" on 1Ia. ell's waa "Kiawah. On the 4th of March, true, strange and eventful history of !' handle none but the finest brands of cigars "
Judge. The name of Wartz and Archibald pond and fell Into the water, which was 1671, Baylc! died, and Sir John Yeamans that chime of eight bells. How after an Headquarter (or Wall Paper and Garden Needs

are also canvawed. was about} twelve feet deep, and would was appointed governor. Twenty months hundred years of prayer call and lull- WHIQHT & FRAZBR,
have been BlaU- after tbis settlement Joseph Dalton, secretary lation they had been recast in England
drowned had not Faa
young PUBLIC 8491> : : : OCALA
The Duke of Newcastle was recently dell, who, without hesitation or stoppingto of the province, wrote to Lord by trade successors of the very founders >hems
married in Ashley that tho total number of persons that made them How since
e England and the ceremonies remove part of his clothes,jumpedinto first :
were exactly two hours long: The bride the water any grabbed 1 Lee just as he In two-thirds the colony was 891, of whom at least bright morning in I8t;, they have awakened -
looked tired at the close. Great were men able to bear arms. In tho breasts of old and young .
and
very was going down for the third time, :
ness has to suffer a incon could Other families came from England Bar- Cbarlestonians the touches of nature --i _....
k veniences. great many kept him afloat until the spectators badoes, Now Amsterdam and Germany whose l language is universal.The ...::.-...-.. I B I.dllA1EPEARE:: ......
throw to them which means ,
planks by thq latter settlers being attracted to South church Interior with Its old fashioned e
The Rev. Ileber Newton Is!!paid. to have the solid ice was reached. The Massachusetts hftn Carolina by a widely circulated description mahogany l pews, quaint pulpit and "' -'
become convinced of the truth of spirit Humane Society presented of John Ledcrer's hr>rsel ,o.k journey organ loft and interesting mural tablets,
with a g .Id medal, and le's father gave from Virginia to the country lying be-
naliftm by the phenomena he han wit is well worth a visit. In the churchyard
cull! but-
newed He think. Mian lhelps' ((Mrs. him a handsome (pair of gold Cleveland's tween the James and Santee rivers. The lie burled many who. in life and after .........-..................--..........-.............--... ...-
tons nicely engraved President! revoking of the edict of Nantes in 1685
Ward's) books on this subject have been death were greatly honored. Chiseledon
HAS TRULY SAIDI
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is follows "I have re
letter as : started a tide of French .
the greatest spiritual! educators of the reived clipping giving an westward and four emigration shaft and pedestal l are the names of : .......................-.....-.............-.......-.........- I
newspaper( ; Huguenot colonies Pctigru and Ilayne I
Pinckney Hutledge
age j i accofint of your brave art in rescuing a wcro planted within a short time on the Immediately to the rear of the church a :;; "There taken U a at Tide iU ebb In the lead affairs on to of fortune.men which" I

Clear Water Harbor hat a canning schoolmate from drowning, and it !gives Cooper river. Many of these' cultured. marble slab rises above the grave of a ...... ........... :
factory; Tampa has large cigar factories; me great pleasure to send yon a line in expatriated Protestants remained in tho younger brother of Arthur HughClough j AND NOW 13 YOUR CHANCE,
dainesville ban cotton gins and a furni recognition of the courage t nd intrepidity g new town on the peninsula at the English poet, who rests at GRASP AT ONCE, -.I

ture factory; Belleview has a rice mill which actuated you in placing your Oyster I'oint. for which the Alhemarle peace far from the land that nurtured :1 .............AND.-.....TJIE.........FORTUNE.............-....IS....YOURS......-......... I
and an hoe and axe-han.lle factory; Silver life in danger to nave that of another. Point settlement was finally abandoned him in infancy. i i
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Springs Park a hoe factory. Ocala Such emmttrgencies\ 1 If'\'t'I character about 1679. It I* said that the lot of. Opposite St. Michael's In the city hall ......... IllLISTEN' ........ ..
and test one's strength of will I, and ground on which the Huguenot house of
must be stirring her r!tum|>"-we want you and council chamber \\ithapublicpark, i iI
and must have factories of BOIIIP sort. have shown that you posses* one of the worship stands at the corner of Church containing a sadly vandalized statue of

most important attributes of true man and Queen streets id the oldest continuous William Pitt. Further up Broad street ..........-............-............................................ I
South Lake Weir was well and largely hood. President-Elect Harrison wrote: title of real estate in modern Charles ire the ruins of the Roman Catholic ; :

represented today on our streets anti at "I have" of read with brave great actin interest the accounts ton.John Archdale, an English Quaker, cathedral ht. Fin bars, destroyed by fire :.:. ....................................:.....I....:.........................M.... ;..
the KxjKwitioM.: Among the number we your rescuing a In 1861. It "n a stately edifice. Plans :
bocamo in 16UO\ and the : MB. FOX HAS JUST STARTED FOR THE i
noticed Mrs. Chabman, her sinter, Mrs. schoolmate from drowning. Such an "Friends governor house" for rebuilding it are nearly com pitted. : NORTHERN. MARKETS AND WILL I

Sweets of \VaHhinptw: I U. C., and her act whom of courage father shows might you well to be feel a boy of" outside the meeting limits of the old was town erected on the churches In different of ornate parts of architecture the ('uyare other :: ............BUY...... ...A....."WHAPPINa"............ ... BIO .... !:
neice Miss Lord of same place the Ma- any proud. ; private
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lions, the Millhollands and Editor C. II. The letter of Vice-president-Elect Morton west border of Arcbdale's square, then mansions with elegant grounds where I j ==STOCK OF GOODSwAND 1
larger of the land
tale and his charming bride! Uncle W. was as follows : "I have read with frompQueen portion tho magnolia flourishes and the palmetto

Foratpr)Mrs. Helm, Mr., (John mother Wither of the I\nli: Uev.wife, Hen and great interest of the the rescuing statements of J.! Howard in the newspapers Lee- Scotch King to and Meeting Irish to Broad Presbyterians street.street Numerous and. GermanLutherans. from and stands academies a and bristling halls public and sentinel schools;; mills hospitals colleges and, ::::::::::::..:::: :: WE:MC8T KATE: :.::=::::::::: I

Helm) and danghteni.' from drowning) at the risk of your own asylums; hotels ;
life, from a rave, and beg to in English Churchmen. French foundries. The Euston home is an unique 11 OOM TO PUT THEM,
autograph Calviniats and Irish Catholics, with a intended for the solace
Chief Justice Fuller's declaration that close my Governor Jack charity, of I A 1
few Quakers, were the leading elementsof aged and decrepit gentle folks. CHANCE TO SHOW THEM,
he does not know how to dance and son wrote "My attention has just been Charleston's population at the close of King rn i 1
bo excused from i street and Meeting street extending ; _L 1MB TO BELL THEM, ; .
the Seventeenth
hence must tripping
varied
i saving century, by distinctly north from the battery (:and running

"the Hall, light has been fantastic"pronounced at the"too CYntennhl thin" bya men of such courage are indeed scarce. whose indolence marked characteristics of men nearly parallel to each other) are the .S..ONE. .MONEY. .TO..PAY..FOR. M THEM.. :........ 1
betrayed a tropical
chief business thoroughfares and contain .....
I trust you will make as good: a man as ..
lady who knows him very well, and nativity. Writing of this i".1
prOElllt'roustietUement. numerous fine stores. The citadel on Bo if want anjrthing'in:( i the"way
who emphatically atweveralvii that of you have" Mayor yourself' courageous andbrave. in 1700, John Lawson notes Marion square and the United States : ..............you........... .........

"all the arms that ever encircled herr much. gratified at l Latrobe seeing wrote an account; "I am of that "tho town has very regular and fair custom house are notable buildings. : ........................M;_..:.:..:.:.;...7.=._.:......._-.1.................. :
waist, his judgeship's I arm possessed the streets, in which are good buildings of HENBY CLAY LCKOS.Notice. i DRESS
your gallant rescue of J. Howard Lee brick and wood!and since GOODS, BLANKETS i
moet staying power, and of all the feet my coming CLOAKS, HATS SHOES AND
from drowning at the usk of has had additions !i ................... i
that his were ever kept the ,lightest time to and Strauss'most strains ryth-, life. Such actions call for commend your own* thence large brick great buildings, besides of beautiful a "'. ..rr. ... "....... .,' ....,",..., 'r..rr.w.:. ....... r..r. '

mical." This might have been nome lion from all who admire bravery and strong fort and regular fortification All persons having claims against the i '
willingness to make self-sacrifice." Governor made to defend the Tho Florida International and
time ago, but if it ever was, our distinguished \ town. Inhabitants Semi-Tropical ...CTOTHINGi
' and handsome judicial chief Lee of Virginia wrote : "A boy by their woo management have Exposition, will please present them :
should not tell stories about it, especially} who will save\ a drowning comrade under much improved tho country, which Is in either bv mail or in person at my office j 1 i i ii i
as he may not be hero at the next cen. such circumstances will, if opportunity 1M thriving circumstances at this time as In tho Exposition building at once for -
teunial celebration of our National IndejHmdence. is offered, save his country." : any colony on the continent of English adjudication. All subscribers of stock i OR ANYTHING: s'OUR' KAT-i
Governor Beaver's letter says! : "Your America. They have considerable trado, are notified their payments either bf : -:0-: !
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brave- and manly act is worthy of the both to Europo and the \Vost Indies, note or cash are required at once. Work :::::: VERY LOW PRICES.::::::

I have only time to say that I am highest\ commendation." Robert Ixjwry wht'rt.LytbC'y become rich The will\ be provided for all who have subscribed I i ....-........--...." .......... ... .....-.....-....... j.
more hopeful of Florida's great future Governor of Mississippi, wrote : "A boy gentlemen seated: on the river plantations to pay in work upon application. I 1: i; .7.i I :s i: ,
than before nav acurrovpondent of I of such courage still till the places of a wo very courteous; live very noble in C. W. CAMPBELL, Sr., I 1 OOUEAAOUND WILL
ever God bless their houses, and give genteel ISmarStd&wlt ..... .YOU. ;
the 7imt.{;,!ion. Not 1fl'w contider true man. )'ou. very entertainments Gen. Man.
that the late meeting of the American I -- --- to all strangers "and others BENJAMIN: I & I FOXII I

e romologlcal Society was a great event Our Regular Corn'(poiulence, that may como to visit them. Magnolia Nursery -...... ---..............-......-........
Today s mirror of South Carolina geniality '
for Florida. One enthusiastic member Sliver Springs Park The finest and best variety of orange
and Is I I
brilliant reflex I
said : "I shall\ date the real opening of of Charleston hospitality urban and a suburban home trees for the least money, to be had of -- 1'1__
a my eye to the wonders of our great I Our citizens would like the church life ono hundred a and eighty-nine J. W. A F. WAITK.., -- 1L 1---
years
country from the meeting at Ocala; and' i bell to bo rung!: a little more punctually.It ago. wSfebtd. Belleview, Fla.
each dav 1\1I1 have gone over pnrts of Is either too soon or away after the Switzerland Holland and
Germany
Money in Itt
south Florida' I am morn ftllll\/.t'ti i at the I appointed time for services. The attendance contributed man families to the colony
future possibilities of this!'! wonderful I is! very\ large now, (uHlir every between 1730: and 1750: ,and In 1753: : twelve Wanted a man to represent and sell off
Not fruit thing is (carried out systematically and a bankrupt stock of silks to the retail
fclate. our growing I possibilities or thirteen hundred Acadian come from trade in ................. .... ...
alone will feel the imitus, when with as good! gospel as the present time i Nova Scotia to the beautiful town facinga : Ocala and adjoining towns. Ad- -- .-.....-...-....----
ouch men as Dr. llexamer tnlitorof the the church can do well Revs. Dutil and summer sea In 1740 Jewish immigrants drew, with reference,
American ffriculturirt! ; V. M. 1'u1II1'16, of Hyde are able to raise a congregation, began to arrive, and within ten J. K. Poet, L .:THE REDUCTION I

r Somerville, Ma. '4., of well-known botani and them every in their one good should strive The to support years a synagogue' was erected. This first 13mch4t- .-- ----- Macon. Ga. ..-.--......................_M....._....................-..-.-_- I
cal I fame; and our venerable president cause Sunday building, by Charleston Hebrews, was -- .... ..........
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8tand is now in excellent order full attendance .M.--
benjamin U. Smith of Cambridge, located in Union (now State) street, near -HERE I AM- ; :
\, amazed 1 at what they have won, and the teachings by the Its Junction with Queen street. The name 1 OF STOCK!
"\Ve must own some of this antl88Y'1 ladies and gentlemen instructors are of the congregation, "Beth Elohlm," Li Offeringto "" \
:: : ::: : :the public:the: ::flnekt line of: )i
Where we' see such wonders worthy of attendance. SupetintendentMartin still preserved. It has, at the present : : .............-.................................--....-..-..-..
life, such developments in a few short will no doubt continue to increase time, a strikingly handsome templ$.on FLORIDA '..
s years, we shall come again and stay longer the scholorship by his ambiton asa lasci street In the very heart of the CURIOSITIES MEANS GOODS T.-

," was the one key of the story told a manager (in this noble cause. city, reared on land purchased in 1795, * AND BELOW COST.M .

lay or two since as this distinguished Trees are still\ Ilt'injtl.t, out on tracts. when Charleston' entire population wa FANCY GOODS -....-...-......................-..-.-..--
party looked over some of the country i it Our several contractors continue to keep loss than eighteen thousand. AND STATIONERY.OFFICE ....-....... ................-...............- .-
bordering Lake J catnip and coatguMIS their men at work, and before long ourgroves Incorporated in 1783, at the close of -1- r.I I
to Kanford. will! be in a rKmrUhlnu condition the Revolutionary war, from which the : :
SUPPLIES AT LOWEST
Blossoms be Carolina had the history I'RIC&i1 i o---e !
are to found on many of greatly suffered -1-

Anthony lleuii. the orange trees as well as Caches, of Charleston has been vividly | --...-f......................... .. ......... ,
Our Kegulrr Corrvapoateoee. l pears, plums and other fruit trees. Identified. with that of tho wholecountry. }:::::A:full,Un: of:Magazines:. :the!very.::::::] _.-.- --.M.-
Miss Jimmie Uradehaw, age 17 years, To-morrow, the :23rd: is the uiee.ing: in TUj spacious and inujnincont TILE
died at her father' home near Anthony the school house at 10 o'clock for the harbor, which has been tho theatre of LATEST SOVELS- ---.-PLACE-.........-.-

on March 15th. She had been a great purpose of settling the incorporation of desperate artillery duels fierce bombaruincnts ...-.M.-_...._..._.. .
euffefer for some time and for the past our town. Come all, and show interest and masterly counter assaults w4jrf on band it-

month'waa not hail afraid suffered of'! death agonies.although But she so for Lots your 14 town.and 15, block 403 owned by environed, easily as it becomes U by) insular a choice plotuxwqucnwa :: :"""::: .l EWs DEPOT: ;:: :::::8mti-esr::::::T: I I- s-II I .a 1'.

young, she realized her condition and F. 11. Tibbit, of West Summen'ille. theme for eloquence, poesy and romance. --U-!
: the end was drawing near. Jimmie wasa i Mass., are being. put in order by Mr. Every child Ln the United States, old i i
favorite and an exceptionally goals Nash. Tract 178, belonging to same enough to con the newspapers, or whocaretuo Millinery Millinery ..-.--......-....-.-....-.---..-

s girl ID every condition of society t: home, party, will also be cleared fenced and listen to Wet that charm and sad -..-'--...........-............-...-..--

church, school, every where she had planted out. den, knows why Fort Moultrie and burn : ......... ........................ .....-..... : FISHEL'S.v I Ii
friends and only friends. She was a Our drug store is now in first-class twr are famous. Approached from the '. Our Milliner to at borne BlaIn i; .

member of the Methodist church. The I condition, elegantly fitted up and prt' Open U a panorama sea, Charleston of scenes* famed that artist roadstead and .... :. ::.::::::......:.:::::.:.::::::......:::::::::::.L..... .. : 'i -.---M--'-__'-___.__ '" _
Interment took >lac* at Ft. McCoy onliaturday. Bcrijjtloiu punctually filled. The store
) adjoining I. now being fitted for author never tire of depicting, and no ![ JUST FROM THE NORTH j II i OCALA : : FLORIDA I!
up any traveler of leisure, who wants to view .......- .. .. : : :
H. father W. business which : i .. ..
James Wldney, of Mrs may require same. i --- .. -
Charloetcrtj aright, ought to necloct the With a Full and ofr.r. --- -
Smith died her home in Our depot ban been removed and will Complete l Stock .
,T, at Anthony, chance behold the .. U
x .on the 8th msL, after prolonged and exoesefv4 be in its new place Dear the mill by the grace steamer and beauty to from first the bay ::::::::::::::::::::: :::::::::::::::::::::::.::::::: :::::::::::::::=

sut>terlng, at the advanced age of end of the week between Fort Johnson, Castle cit1"1 FINE MILLINTERy .
'81 yearp. Mr. Widney was also a broth and White Point Garden at the .
"'" 8XOWDEN

'Tydinp In-Iaw of Mid Rev at 11 the M.Tydinga funeral services, and fu Mr.h. Saurian Sumter tribe.has the The hide length of the from King head ot the to South U&ttcry.Age f .. ......'..e--Tvcrythtne. :::::......... ... .-.....{...-i"-. .:.....:...:...............". -DI4LJr.1tS A McFARLANE!!(- ,

because he had lived tail U 14 feet. withered oGOODS au AR.\XTEED.o-o
died right, right. has not nor have airy ALL KINDS OF FURNITURE
Ilia constant desire and prayer for weeks whirling ,shells devastating cyclone, '
wa to be released from this earth with R. E. YON GJ:: A C).. The Ocala Plum tidal waves and postmeridian earthquakes =1t d' &:
iU care and sufferings, that he might bers. Call and examine their fine stock blurred the luster of Charleston: = = Nasht- -0-- t t''

go to be with the loved ones gone before and get good work at reasonable prices U la pre-eminently America' phoenix -oo .,... ._.. ..... ............- TnT ;ISTTTE tjrirocno -or Yalta ;coiatiTt.AXD .
to their heavenly home. d31declm dty miag from its occasional aha to Uflbrl't Old 8Uad. i'ubho1B ua. Oc*!*, IT*. Bloc[ >> Low PUCK: 1m 11"

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-This Exposition, incorporated under the laws of t this. State! of Florida, opened atPLOBIDA -




tO ALA wIARION N CODNTY, JANUARY 29tll t l889. .: '..Alu


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CLOSE MAY FIRST 1889. '

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This will be an Exposition of P01llo1o ica1. Horticultural and Agricultural and products of general interest from. all States and countries. Entry is open to the world for the display of its products. No charge for entries nor : space for tho products or
manufactures of Florida.
The United States Experimental Station for improvement and development of products indigenous to this section has been locate contiguous to our exposition ground mooTI1..
fc-We invite exhibits of all descriptions, particularly those pertaining to the arts, mechanics and.agriculture, guaranteeing uniform courtesy to all exhibitors. I



CASH PREMIUM LIST, $3,500. Calir


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GEO. W. WILSON, President'M.. FOX, First Vico-Piesident. .'IIIr DR. II. KNIGHT, Second Vice-Presidont f.

C. W. CAMPBELL, SR., Gen-flf! Manager.: G. S. MAYO, Treasurer. J. O. CLARK IS, Secretary .

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mnc FiIst-OF OCALA National$ Bank The IICllclmnts"" National I3anki { Anti --Monopoly 1'1(1} Drug'



Ocala, Florida. I .
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SEED STORE ps
-NO. 3.815.--
-WILL TAKF- N.r4 .
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Paid Up Capital, $, Authorized Capital, CAPITAL STOCK S5OOOO.OO NCOIIPLITENESS-

$50,000. t4I I 1rN I..y $150,000. SURPLUS, .. 3It.OO ) 01'' STOCK


E.V..AONEW,Pre.. i I W.II.COl'CII.V.rretSURPLUS Quality of Goods and Low Price
....LO.---....-..+.-.-- i ii't ....r..r.rw.u.wi..w.. JNO. F DUNN, Pretidtm orricKHHsE. 4F
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P. PISMUKKS I'1ce-Irrndtnt. r
t GOODS J<>itmi: ) i
R. B. McCoNNBLL, Cathitr
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A. McIN TYRE. CASJ-IIER.::: : Being now titabluhed in our ntv and,zgant1anl building w are j>rntartd to aunr.antef -{ nut door to FlntN'.llot>Al Bawl) ,.
tatitfattion to all. ImSVttA :: 'J
$7,000.00 General flanking iurineu trol rrc1td. Kxd>ange bought and told. '

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One finest and beat equipped banking hOllles! in the State owned by the : BOARD OF DIRECTORS.:-- i
wisir Collections on all't'Mi1le 1'01n18. it
bank. special facilities for making -or- tf
and favor to our customers consistent with safe
We will extend every courtesy and careful attention to all! buiine! entrusted to ns JNO. F. DUNN, F..P.DIR IU"ES, "
,oanking,and shall give prompt ell AS.nliEINAUEI '
., BANK ACCOUNT and all business In our line andguarantee J.A.EINh'TfIN; HARDWARE :
; t your atl8factlon. HARVEY KNIGHT, WM. ANDERSON: ,
entire J.C.FERINE, LI. THAYER: ,
R. B. McCONNELL r.X
CORRESPONDENTS I -:
Sasllnoors ins
Importers & Traders National Bank, New York, N.Y.; s

oathcrn Bank of Georgia, Savannah. CORRESPONDENISfc ., ,!
in all important cities in the Wet. -AT- 1'::1,
t&Special Correspondents .VoHonof Park Bank: Of New York: Jawnecfa.lvMal Bank of /1011.lm.
4_ National Bank: of Savannah Oeorg\a '
A. E. DELOUST. :
C. nwlVW( LouitviUt Banking Comjtany,Louimllt, Ky '

THFMONTEZUMAMain InUl-M I

-IX YOU WANT OOODfl IX THB .

W. W. CNDON'SNew I C. F. BREWER & CO'HEADQUARTERS ;'

Street, Ocala, Fla.The"Hotel .., j..:1
\ Jewelry Store -Drug Line- '

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J ... .. ... .. ,. Shines replete with everything in -- ;'
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1 line. Gail and -
w. hla examinefor
r"of the City THE PLACE TO FIND THEM .ji

"r I ......N. '- "_q.__jui mi niiiiirirrTTTTitiiniisi yourself.Strings ,p i ANVOSMa.sical.Moments,: : ,
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RESPECTS= -
IN ALL ,.
--FIRST-CLASS.-.-..............-...............1N..N...N......NMNMW.N .....-...............-- for:Musical Instruments a DR. DELOUEST -A.o-- ,),:I

Hal 4",1 oolJ bath oIIIrM-lt.Ni tampU roast for COT* Speclaty.: "
.:'t; kzz.i"leery moo' Wdt.SlC I IOCAJ.A I
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t I 1ltereial 7raKiC11 95 room .Vt'ItI brick MuM earl nevi frrnitun.RaUi ooat.ataed.AD Work on repair of Clocks sad WRhelnauer' &viu3-. ) / 10,

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BANNER; .

...........-. A DDDtD Subacrlptlon, Rata.s ... i Lake Side Hotel "
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l'yr. 6 m.18 to I l m. i t xk i once So. Lake Weir Fla.
a' co u11 100 tit b :" 0000 110 00 1 s 00 ,
II lJb 100 fi0 b 0i 160 .
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1 Deb ID'het 80 a0 18 700 1 J6 76 .. Sixteen miles south of Ocala; on
>00 :20 12 4 M 125 bor the wholeof
high bluff overlooking
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Ji:.further apply: &*'.office or : HCKS MEETS ALL TRAINS;

C. L. 'BImNGEB, .- .
Burinew ManagerTo : Fine Boating, Sailing, Gunning .

I -. and Fishing.
: Banner 8ph.criber.. .
I .,,4'. Our county subscribers are reminded Terms $2:50: per day Reasonable
that the BANNER in only $1 a year, paya
lu in advance, and those not paid up Rates by Week or Month.
will please come forward promptly and] 1
t" do so. If the paper fails to come, sub- Address,!
": Bribers! will know the reason. II. J. ROSENBURG,

Manager.
Major Hiifcaell to be Here. '" o Late of Park Avenue Hotel, New York, and Clifton ..
An invitation has been sent to Major House, Nlagra Falls.RATEST25TTO.
A. J. Kussell to visit our Exposition ( -$3 PER DAY.
School Day-April Gth-and he will In .
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all probability accept the invitation and Open All Year.
give the scholars mid teachers an elo
.; quent talk. The Major's heart Is in the .DO .. .
r: 'school work, and he never is so happy aa .
when imparting Homo of the fire amt.

., 1,0':;, zeal him.The which animates him to those about r [iJ IIte Ocala COIltpaIUJr

+ presence of so many children and )
? the splendor of our exhibit, will, wee .
know, enthuse the Major, and we may
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expect the greatest effort' of his life. t'F

:. Don't fail to attend the auction. tf ----)0----) ( e

An Elopement. CAPITAL STOCK $500,000.00
; It appears that Mr. Etf!ward Carml- ,
t chtvl l, son of Mr. A. G. Carmichecl l of our -
city, became enamored with one of An.

.' thonv'a fair daughters but as the course THIS COMPANY U now prepared to nell Stock,
Y of true love did not run very smooth lou 40x100 feet from 810 upward., and located
:" with the youth and maiden fair, so far O at the "West End" Ocala. Partle pUJlorhulnlr
One Share of Stock of One Hundred
as receiving the approval of the old
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.. Dollars trW be given ten contiguous loDzlOO feet.
.
folks, the young |people took the management For
:;:itr''V' further particulars call upon or addrcsiGeo.
(L of the matter into their own ; :
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hands, and last Sunday:; night as the F S. Mayo,
4'. young lady with parents were going to ;.. No. Marion Block OCALA FLA.
church she made an excuse in paying
,. she had lost an handerchief, and in go- 4.
ing back to find it, found her lover ready .. lmdwl3MWEIHE
waiting with a carriage for her, and it is
surmised they went to Gainesville, and
were married. The fair oue's name was
Miss Lnla Wilkins.
-- -LEADS IN 1'UEWatell --
Too willing.

.p', It appears that a man named J. II.
Braddock hailing from 1'alatka, came Clock
into Marion county the latter I II CI Jewelry.\r \

h January, in the Flemington district, ., ...... ; .
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where purchasing some cattle, he drove I 1 -; -
them across the country, and by the I
time he reached Horse Creek ferry on LINE!
1 ; the Ocklawaha river, his moving bunch
i, had increased by attrition,which usually
reduces, to some 200 head. A number of -0-
+. the stock men in the Fort McCoy district
by accident heard of their animals being RepairIng a Specialty.
rI led astray Lr.the 1'alatka beef slayer, .

and in the moving. drove A TOWN LOT j A TOWN LOT -0-
were assured by the drivers,((but he only r
had a small boy to assist! ,) that they FOR LOOK i FOB -LOCATED( ov WKST SIDE OF SQUARE)-
r must have done it in a mistake and they SmS/.6S
were quickly returned Since then some $25.00. L
sixty odd head have been returned, and I .. ...,Nw$25.00. .
the abductor is under indictment in Put.
nam county for similar! tricks. LAND TITLES I Ii

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THE BEACON & ADAMS

-1- ABSTRACT COMPANY.
Is, LEADING rort'LAU: HOTEL OF- lirst in the field l New Bemi-Tropical addition to the City of Ocala I Anderson's new addition I -
-1- adjoins the Seuli Tropical Exposition grounds. Three hundred lots now offered at $25 each, for thirty days 15

SAVANNAH, GEORGIA.klkcruic only. The property m: elevated and overlooks the city. South street is now being graded to the property. HE PLACE JO JET THE FAC16

-1-1i I I1 The proposed "dummy line," when completed, will add 100 per cent. to the value of every lot. Lots can be -1-1 1OrnC'E

... ........ pair for on the installment plan, desired.. No commissions, no agents ; buy direct from owner. The editor

i ""................Liitiiro...............AMI.'........llY.LUo1..........+.!! of the BANNEU will select lots for non-residents. "Get in on the ground floor." Plat can be seen at office of : OCALA Mores
.I"' !J If. Anderson.... or address II. L. Anderson Lock Box 125 Ocala, Fla.
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tf k Artesian Wellaler.. Street Can to all Depots l inns Folk OCALA IIUHI sccnooi, .,.

I- HU1I.WN". THE OCALA HOUSE.
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RATES REDUCED TO $1 PER DAYTmohtt -----. B. RICHARDSON
NOTICE H HEREBY GIVKN: THAT SEALED ,
t" bidsfarereetingthek'rtssignechoollculldlug -THE-
wilt be re'elvatbythe1'iuetw.oftheUoir! I
high school until April 1.l, 1h'9 Mans and Finest Livery in '
npuclflcaUons now ready at the office of T. J. the City
t look, architect, The rustic rew+rre the F.rlr
r' .' GIVEN liege of rejecting any :all Md hoods for faithful -0-
ptrloriuamvof contract to be given. Send iu The LeadingHotel of the City
bids W K E HARRIS, LEADINGSALESSTAnLRM
Chairman Hoaixl TruiiUoi Ocala l a4h gchoul.AUtnt .
AWAY! '-'\\M >'OX, + 'n tAr,. .
d lJu'b IJ, 15:;, 16 and 1"-", wit i''t -

fi." ....--.-..............,.......................... ... ----- --- -. -- ---- -AND- .
i;. i BomeUxljr hu found ua out at lai '. giving away the secret \>j which bas been w. iN i DRS. G. H. &J. C. PERINE, UNSURPASSED IN APPOINTMENTS TO ANY IN TIlE STATE! GEORGE McKAY,

tired...........,..................., ........ ...'...... ....,.....i ARCHITECT
Rosldont Dentists. AND BUILDKB,
.ROWELL'SBIG MKRCBANTHP IONALIBANK' ; BUILDING, -I I
J DESIGNS AXD E8TIMATIB
OCALA, FLORIDA.
-FurnUhed 00,
All branches of denU ry. Teeth filled andprworred. Repainted I Inside and Out]! Application
KooU crowned with porcelain or gold
t BUSINESS M UI. Artlflclal M tnt-claM dentistry at mOl"nat.e prloee. I : : :.Oran an 1nha.1;
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"' TOOTH rowota A ar aiiTr OCALA, .
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t I And now the teem has bc. ine public prop :
i eny and town talk there Is no uw our keepIng ; tLOlUrLASQs
quiet., we admit that the ocrvt of our : .. D. rVLua UMMCHACIFULLER REFITTED THOROUGHLY WITH ELEQAN3 FURNITURE .

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DViTHTS.F 4 I. J. BROKAW
V TO 'SELL THE BEST I I mm ,
(;pt clal attention riven to Crown BrlJ< .
Qoldplate and all Clru operation MrialnInc
ND- to the Dental An Gee administered tor the THE MARION COUNTY
p slew extraction of te'th. Ut!ics In Pint BEAUTIFUL LAWNS NUB-
; Nat-otial Ban Betiding Oet 6 tf AND CROQUET GROUNDSAirtTlTo
w Ask the Lowest I ,_....... ..._......._.. "... ... .....?F_._..._.___n......_ SERYMAN.I,
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'lbit goods a.d DLpr ;;; ,r 1rtef, b shat 1': I
fills our store with customers and make a i I FDTB UK.
household word of the name ol J" I rprataas AND ivaetoa.Bo. 01' lro&8EBT
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