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 21, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 002052272
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System ID: UF00048734:00169
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BUDGET OF HOME NEWS Captured but not a Prisoner.All Thing of Practical Note Been In new York South CITY & COlmTYDIRECTORY.
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as a
our readers are familiar with, the' Hnmt r'lt Exhibit .
t';. L. : cold-blooded that Dr. Edward E. Hale at a
HlfTIIIiEKWty td1LO; tragedy was enacted Sumter has in her department a bunch The Itev ,
---- --- in our city in February last when Joe in Boston has Hist made some
--- of bear and of manufactured meeting: CITY OFFICERS,
a piece
Weather delicious, mall shot grass places the relations of
"Northern hill
which :
over a gameof remarks \
from it. The rope is very strong jror-lr. Thus. I diary
cards! in a darkey gambling dive in and show that this be made Florida to the North in a new light. ('1elll-4. A. Hull. The Exposition i is grow ing better every the rear of Smoake wagon shop, and \aluable the gram can fannersrotted Persons In the North speak of the 1.Tllh.l-e.l Pull y
During war
UAJr. how" Joe mall, defying his pursuers, made many hand all advantages! of the State as winter resort ('olll't'lor-F._ I'.O.I''U.} ,
-- this grass and by AMK >t-l> K. MrlvrrTrciwnri Y
with his Winchester, made his escape! the lines needed the farm The for Invalids of a consumptive tendency, >r-U. K HnowJcu.
Go to Sanders' and get a box of 5-cent SIne then the ofhrers of the law have plow but it is always with the idea that a trip I 1'r\'l'lIt or c'l1unl'U-Jnn. K. DunnHtMrxlvf .
all the State I
for 1. grass grows ocr Aldermen. F. K. W. Agnew,
cigars f .II\UDt
-- been seeking him and it WAS said, got Sumter has also! specimens\ of rice to Florida Is one of the privileges' of a J. T. Lftiuiwter John .\. Rimoll, *'.. U Roof K:.O.
Lake county ants notL-r da}' ".at i on his! track in Sumter' county, when" it hulled by 1almnettoblo'ks! fixed like mill few, and\ entirely' optional with the individual Smith, 11.'b.n.I1t'f, 1. Brown and W.U Mtrh -

our Exposition getting too warm for the murderer, lie rocks. The blocks frazzled just enough' to [Jr. lisle takes a different llSAiuturr. .
Inllltt'C'tor-\\ T. Kln* ,
I". ----- changed his loiation to Marion county, hull the rice without breaking the grain view'" Reviewing Boston's death rate
Mr. Roardon! ha returned from his near Ht'llllick, where that natural lJ'rnIIt'tl't Sumter has also saddle blanket made from sundry diseases, he holds it a duty COUNTY OFFICERS.

trip to Jacksonville. \'t', Porter Hull, scented out his\! from which Colonel Barwick which the community owes to itself, to County Jm1in -Richard MKVuathyo \ .
moss, .
whereabouts', and in an unguarded moment can be made for 15 cent a piece. These i diminish the percentage, and he In-lieves
What has become of the fence around! swooped )() Small and arrested blankets never gall the horse and are that by (the use of military measures, avery -J. C." Mathews. w''.
the city cemeterj him, and starlet to the station durable I great reduction i is possible. With l'nllt..tol'II. T Wartman", ('HmTreiwmn'r .

/ with his prisoner After trudging:; along quite Sumter has also specimens of sidingsfor regard to consumption, he thinks the hui rliiten.lent-M, R. of I ylr Public*. Instructlou-M. L.

Nine States were rt'i'-t;; d at the quite awaji, the cnpttirer complained' of orange boxes, after the pattern of the death rate from thus disease might be re- PiTiie, HcmlnnlonX .
Ocala House rp t'rday.Don't making to slow tune to the prisioner is uiired one.half. He proixwe's{ a system ( in y (Ntnimlwlniun. V. IAW.\ P.Tr.ntlom t
Bangor sidings. specimen| .VI... .II.. .llnil...... V. U._ I'I Trill. w. 1'. w'ti
who in warmercdmato ndllR'ethat ------'
turn declared that he Buffering of transfers to -'
was!! made front tlin BH.pot gum tree and shows a ttaiiisit.;, :
forget the temperance lecture at from an old wound and it was! impossible the possibilities in 601i ;' our woodsin consumptive persons tp whom the The County (tInmmlMtonf meet tile l'anlt Mcm- '
the Methods\ church to-night to locomote faster To expedite the future. old weather might pro\e fatal, shouldbe dspin every month '

matters in the rapid transportationline Sumter has also basket made from sent e\ery winter to Florida. School lkwtrd-F.: K. lUrrii. .1! T VV rtinnn,
a N. H Mater, A. H, tirinin; I'. I. imrlmw. '
"Y' don't you call 141 "Y" the jeweler Porter (Hull Insisted! on Joe Small the cypress, and plow (stock hoe handles, The idea ill an admirable one, but, Scholl ikmra mists first Mondsr In my month

dSfclJ td taking a seat behind him on the gray and other things made from other from the dilhcnlties presented, it evidently HOARD OF IiEALTN.iestdentDr. 1 Oftl
Fresh fish and Homosassa oysters mule, but as! the prisoner was securely woods' Over this department are the evnld\ be carried l out only to a ftlm

daily at Courtney's market. 5mchtd hand-cu ed and in that trambled\ state words, Sumter County," cut in rustic limited extent It would not In possible IoIeCfl'tIU'1-.pt.. T.U:T.H.ClAry.IUch""l1n.

could not mount (lit asscnuiti animal, at blocks from thirty differentarietiesof to make the transfer obligator, and 1th'mltt'ra-l.Ir. D A. Smith AnU-u'IMeJlAu. '
Mass will bo celebrated at the Catholic the suggestion of the prisoner, Porter removed woods This piece of art is the work therefore the )project would be- only par K 8, NOM'r and I>. U Irvin. arts
church Sunday next at the usual hour. the hand'cnn" from one hand to of Mr Woodwardof Sumterulle tially etleUivw in lowering the death HOARD OK TRADE. i 1

mount, which he did We also noticed the fruit of the Spanish rate1 Any tuh attempt would resemble l'n..I'clll'J.. V. DunnMcclrtMilrntH yn.
The register shows MX States: to have The journey was resumed, but in that bayonet, which Colonel l Barwick says other charitable works intended to / A. WcMliw LTlM.
< Fox
been represented at the Montezuma yes time, the prisoner's hand being at liberty I in the queen of flower food for birds' and alleviate the alllictions of the poor As I ll ecn't.rlwm. -.\. I' Nan Jr.ti. :lthtlu.

terday. he quietly drew Porter !Hull's formidable the birds flock to it from all quarters the greater rtlon of sufferers must user, Jno\rnl Dunn' J J.tw Living-ton( B. A.Mmthen. .
caliber Colt from the holder class ,, froi sod Moody. ,
44 IW'l'IIKIHily belong to the avery
Miss Boyle of I'ltfoburg, Pa, is visitingthe This fruit planted the garden or the- )poorer
struck him \ blow the raised BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIA-
a stunning across orchard will persiniruons larlltfUIHI would have to be ,
and most protect
Kills' of Citra is a grapes
I back of his neck, which rolled Porter to ;. and other fruits, from the destruction of to cover not only traveling expenses but TION. t

ing lady. I the ground and ijuuk as thought turned birds, as they will leave all other kinds! maintenance of many jnrsonswho I'n'.l"loiit-,t:. D VVIlmrr
Mrs Buckalew, and Mrs. McConathy, the pistol on to a party who" was assisting of fruit to feed on the need and pulp of would have no means of support beyond Vice, l'n'lll.tC'IH- tuelonest.
returned from their trip to Citra, yester I Hull I in conveying the prisoner to this fruit. their own homes ; and the undertaking to*'leUry and Treultlrl'r.-IAlul.T. LaIll'A/IU'r.KoxUoanlul I.itoW

day. ____ the railroad depot, with the irnpressivs We noticed also a bunch of green poems !o great: as to forbid the idea of itsiK'ing I.IUIIH, I Urowu lliu'ctlln-, M. .'INfac'1. A. K. DolouiMt) H D.Zaclmrliut .
Judge Ashby of Gainesville and threatening order, that if he didn't oats fully' headed, which Mr. Long pronounced curried out in any far-rt' chill and K. A. Hurfor.1 .
The genial at droll the shooting iron at the drop of ahead of anything he has seen way As a matter of benevolence, which OCALA RIFLES. J,:
the visiting attorneys .
is among the hat, he would cause daylight to develop this season. fines its utmost where i it cannot accomplish ('aJ.lAln-I'u. A. NMh '
our bar _. instantaneously through his all the be MtCnnnell.Hroonrt .
- There w ere also specimens of beardless project may heartily First lieutenant 1U.
A correspondent of the New York anatomy. The guard obt yell, and! then I white wheat. gentleman had seven commended.lliei l.lcuienaut-r. h-: \\llllamn

limes was a guest ofjhe Ocala House' Joe email; caused him and Porter Hull, acres of this wheat planted which he i unqualified way in which 1>r. Furry Members.FIRE. r
(who had in the meanwhile recovered Hold for to lake Hale designated Florida as the resort COMPANY. toNY
. yesterday. good prices on
____ persons .
rhlif-T t) l sneester.ForemanMaurice
represented his senses on the Kami) to quietly) hack We-ir. for cMiiMitnptiu's, IH very striking, and UtuliiKuer
if Ten States of our country, were House off at the muzzle of the pistol It then bumter'8 strawberries are large and should have much weight with those. First\ ""llIlAlll-IAlln.. Volk
at the that Joe Smalldehberatolyoent Htteoiid .-....INlIuatU.. Mart ball. '
appears luscious and her exhibits\ of flowers are who can afford to spend the winter in '
yesterday. W Orange Lake, from whence he expressed beautiful the extreme.\ the State There are numberless instances 1'welll.l1ve Hwrttary-J iuemlx.ni U. Mallet a
Hull's pistol and knife to Porter in which .
alder- apparently>
-- ----- IKTHOHH
distinguished! city LADDER COMPANY.
Where are our HOOK AND ,
that they don't materialize on (lull. j Mrs. Greonaugh and her father, Mr with a very short lease of life, nave gone .
men, Denio accompanied by Mr and Mrs t/i Florida and attained robust health in Presldeut-Ahrain aimer d
of regular meeting of council ? Arrival at Our Hotels. 'OIt'lIIan-\\Ilk. llents. <.
night. --- W. I.11'eileford, have gone to CharlapOPka its favorable, climate. Horida'a \'all1tas AwlHtant-AVtUi lilt bard.n.T .
fOC'ALA HOINE Mar. :20:: .-John Haile
Mr John (Conler, the solid nmldoonjofPanatioflkee Alachua It F. Taylor, W. O. Richardson -, l Lake in Citrus county, ou a tish- a sanitarium can hardly. be over esti \\t'lIly uirmberaTRAVELER'S_ -
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thecitv yesterday, to' mated.
was in I ; II Bigelow, Cleveland. 0.; E B. lug excursion _
the, )
of ExpositionMr
.. the wonders
view Trafford. Sanford ; Charles L\ Dox, Atlanta lion H W.1)avis, of Palatka, is attending We acknowledge an invitationto .

J. Russell, of savannah, Ga., ; Charles B. Gale and wife, South the session\ of the court and attend the marriage of Mr. -- .
lake hlholandSo.) Schedule of the S. S. O. &: Q. R. R. 4
Southern Express Weir ; Miss Annie the
and inspector for the made a speech in ClarkeKxpressca Augustus H. King i and Miss Claudia

was in the city yesterday. L. Weir ; George H. Scofleld, Norwalk, yesterday" that is the subject of favorable linker, at Gainesville, April 4. Mr Arrive Irom HomowuKa ......................... ft:45 r" .,
Company, 'onn; Mrs. Boyer, New York ; J. U comment. King i in t the son of Judge Thomas K. lave Peals for Homo"*..a........... ........ VM:.! A NKetutitttiK I .
at ... .. ... ... .. .. ..1. *"" I* M
mana- Rand and wife Dade Fla. It U.
general City
Major Sherman Conant, ; -- --- King, so well und favorably known to Leave Kalvfor I llom;*a,.H at:::.:.::: ::::. b:10: r MK
of the Honda Southern Railway. Finch, Robert MicKellar, Pcekskill, N. Mr I .1. Carrnnlnl' : and.I bride went our readers!:!, and Miss\ laudiu IH the J
ger was a guest at the Ocala (House, jester- Y.; Mrs. n. J. Fiske, Miss Fiske, Uoston; made happy by the reception given daughter of the popular Register of thoUnitrtj C. &; F R. R., (Old F. R. & N. Line,) .1:

day. Mr F. II. lleebe, Falmouth ; I U. W. Davis!, them by the! parents of the former after [ States land olhcH. Mr S. C; Tuck Schedule

city ; b. C. Kent and wife, West Grove, their return from daiiiesville, whither er. We wish them a great deal of hap- .
S. Bigelow and Mr. O W. Wilson I'enn I). II hatfidll and wife, Elizabeth had been wade slubt.. ItuvenKcr.. uorlh hOlllh1..lon.. : AI .
Mr ll. Waterville ; t they one. I'W'o! south "' .................. :'Ltd 1 r w
prominent citizens / N. J.. Wm. J DrvHdaie- Cranfonl. N. ------- t ruixht .' .........."...... i:u r M ',
New York, are registered the Ocala J.; Miss Kelly, Miss Howard, Miss Kimjerly I Miss Baker, Virginia, who M visiting Mr. Robert: Blake, son of Ke-v K i.. T. soda JIIe II. SUM

House. __ __ Mr. and Mrs W S. Shaw, Pitts- her friends at Citra, is BO delighted Blake, ami a former rtHident of Ocala, mMPiiKvr arrives In e)<\jila..................... 8;:07 A M
burg ; Mr. and Mrs'! Martin and dull, with Florida atmosphere, and her' delightful who haH \been enjoying I "iali\e" position .. .. .. .. ..... .. ....11 InrM
A fine brick church: edifice, a fine Mr. and Mrs W. C. Kagluton, Weir Park, HiirroundingH, that she has ileaycd in U'ushington, D C., for several l Freight "j' .............. .. 1:1.\: A M
number of Canon l-all, wmlb l>oiiii school house: and a this coming W B. Goodwin, H. **. Bigplow' G. WWil her dcpurtuie/ a month years, under, ex-Presidpnt( Cleveland' '' .. north '. ........... Cu: r M
vate d weUiIJg3, will be built Citra Ha K B Hillganl !Savannah; J. :Mr W It. Goodwin, of Waterille, N. BANNER font with whom lie. mlngltd ins
summer. ___ ; ; F. S. R. R, Time Table. ,
Ileardon, Miss Georgie Conley, Pana..orof( kt'elajor; Sherman Y., and President of the Bank of Water in by-gone* dnys Bob it looking well,

Waterman Miss Grace McCormick e ('{mant, F. H. It ll.J.b Russell, Ua; II. ville, w in tin city and today will, take a thinks our city has made rapid Mrid. <'.. in MOU1II fciHMI >. 0 ['
and Israel look at our Exposition; to tape how it willcompire ........... .........
Tenn., to .attend H.I Williams, (ia; ( rino and wife, the right direction, and will remain withus I awunxir.. art.ivcu. In.. Mala.. Iturtt: J 41
have gonetofceewanee : with the Sub-lropical' exhibitat ............H....... 1I.41b r M 41Up
ia F. I). LocJcwood Nt'w'ork.. !'! for awhileinn ..
school. ; Freight to ................... 5.5t.M .
___ MoNTEZUMA, March :!'I,-A. I* King Jacksonville .. .. ? ..................-UU'y aol
Travel ilt good. All trams well pat- Altanta, (ja.; A. C. Collins Marion; Miss The jury in the J. O. Clarke mid Tilt ], : and smiling Will Hop-' HflHTH HOCNI. ,'j.

roniZf'C1 especially! the Flying Cracker ont CarrilColli nH, Webster, Ha; HfJ bt. S. Southern Express ('IUI(' brought in kits of the F It A N., had hm ticket awteiiKtr arrives tH.t.U................... ... 7.15 A M :r I,
R. K S., which is booming with Shock, Richmond, Ya.; llihrlt.: ". I u1li1lan, a verydiet window adorn*."1 with small 1 branches of .. .......................UJurnIrtliU :! e
the F. T. W. )Dexter Brunswick for the defendant Miller fi bpc-n-: Silxrtan trab l _................... .. W.HJA: M A
: pleased tourists..__ Savannah da; cerand McConnell for defendant*:* und -apple\ fairly covered with .. .. .. .. .....................tl: a II .
J. Clarke Ocala II. M full blown bmU, and
Ga ; O ; presenting a niOMtJ .
It. \V Davis and It I.. Anderson
M. Captain -- --- -- --- -
B. lIullan ViCha.'I. Mrs. Lucius Cork J eantifiil .Irtme. llienti branches
The ease of 0. Register!:! Register: were
Brown is now on the o<'ket. H. I. An-. ('itYjj; ). ('. Sumner, Dale, City; T H. complainants. from sprigs planted four years ago: b/ Nursery Stuck ,. /It; : Y r

' JeJ"lon for ,laintiO'and Judge McConathy : Winpenny, Baltimore Md.,. Frank btalevC ) Putnam county sends forward the Urgent bite I impular' 10'l(11I.town, agent, and on Mr. I. J. Itroknvtof Anthony, offers, ," N

for deteiidant :. II. Melrof-e. IndianapolU{ Ind; J. ).s 1 1Shetheld specimen| of cassava \to be seen at his Orange Lake plantation. Wil! is. not large in
General American, Ga.; \'. J. Dupuy, the hxpomtirjn); It I* about light feet only a planter of ticket that will bring line bnddid nursery Ht xk, If they will 1V

1 bTack.ofAugu!'tathe lom-: Boardman, t la.; W. A. Powell, Jackbon- long, about four incuts m diameter and revenue to the Company, but .1"01\11 ex- ordi r llient Imforn lie. move bin! Mario .

SS:; Express' yule; George Shepherd) and wife, Miss we'iglmfoity-live pound It wa grownon I | nencd: 1 fruit ro"er. I nursery .>tiN.k from (irHharnvillefto An. I
e and the' Exposition Shepherd, Philadelphia, .K.: L. Hartman, pine land at KeukaMm --- -_----- thony. Now i i. the time for (tho oto buy .. N

I in a few days. T, J. Mcllae, Citra; J. T. McMicbael Not tec*. I superior: vunetienof budded orange trees*. i, Ifr.M

Jud eThoe. King. of Dade City; Mark K Bacon, Jacksonville, J. N. btrobhar leaver today on a All persons' having claims against the, Mr. Brokaw will ilelive to any j print in f..;
,I Judge AKhbv and I attendance!: at court. J. Collins, Webster; Miss Lizzie John. business! trip to Charlotte Harbor, and Florida International and Semi-Tropical : the ujtiitty free ;7_r.;

Gailletl\'iI1t, are in ili on deck and son, Ocala. we return mrueie' thank for his kind Invitation Exposition, will please' present tne-ni) -- -- -- -- : \' 111I

8tate'8-. ltornl'r Wlt{ to arcomiany him, but preying either tit mall or in person at O1y doles I Ul&r"ahul lit JleNt driving thinMessrs 10 his I line. At Home. I engagements at h...me will not gant us in the position. building at once for i Persona. desiring buine.-w or residence .

r. J. N Icl IUe- henry; Dunn 'Ih.JUUIl. lolkn, Mr Ed rmidlld I the pleasure such a tour of observation ailjmluAtion All subscribers\ of stock Iota adjacent\ ) the public square, hand- '.,

and 1 gj Wartmann, or and Miss Lula Wilkins, whoeloped from would aflord us. am notified' their J payments( cither bf Home and desirable "property, will||| call on
Geo. Coulson in town yesterday and allpleabt'd Anthony lat Sunday J\1.bt.: drove direct' not or rash are required onrA.Vork Paul Jones, at office of Bullock &
Citra were" to where arrhMat midnight The fine baby dresses men by Mr. will 1,5 l provide! for all who have subscribed UurforcJ
the ExpUOtion.Mr. Micanopy, they owner, lives in T*>xa will be
aroused Doniine and) Charles Ithemaucr, full description of to in work
a wt'rejoineli pay upon application in thedty for one week from to-da1.1)ur- c
J. I). Bilfhop and wire, or CleveM '- for better ot for .orse in true orthodox which has been given in our column\ C. W (''AMrBtu.Kr., chuen can now n cure a bargain.
1. and brother Frank Bi@hop, style The next day they visited l are now on exhibition at the F.xpouition lHin r3tdAwlt Gen. Man. Ihinardetwlt
Ohio, The awards will \\x made
and, their building on .
r' :-t. Y. friend: in Gainesville, returning to Ocala -- -- -- -- ---
of noch'liiter tyihopratuCStra. Thursday March 28 Every mother i 114 The Rscl I I Grocery )lalnoll'ltrf't-t !I. I gentleman
lion.. r. P. \* t.eT\lay, where the pleased face of the For Hale by a who Is leav
1Irotb"r, and beginning to make the little one look th1IA,6, to buy groceriesH. .
the beautiful
happy groom cuuntenan'e your lug( (thta country, five fully paid up
\fr. R- F. Taylor, of Gainesville at- I of the lively young bride were pretty for the occasion. XACIIARMS, Proprietor.d shares in the Horida Produce, Manu

for the 8. S. O. d G. H. u., was ill been on onr streets "U contented lit two Mr. J. N.Strobhar active and ener 3illt'Clm---- --- facturing Company, Lnesburg. Addrem v I

torney yesterday, attending the annual cooing doves" The little daily exteifdabet geticFoutbern: express route agent for Magnolia Nursery the secretary at I eesburg.MarchltHt. ) ,
the city
or Mill road. wishes for their future and
success .
of the stockholders South Florida has jut completed a
meeting trip This fine-stand Lent of t
variety oranve
happiness in lift and bop (|:bty never
and the
Mr.13. Weathers, of the firm of E. will' bate to Tep'et they took thost t11 i ithey over bin in territory vegetables thu My season acreageplanted ia 33 trees for rte I least money, to Ije had of "A comfortable kept hotel that .,
J. W. A F. D. WAITKwSfcbtd. .
most reasonable
w. Lnew A Co., has lumber on the did. ___ __ JJt'rnt greater than last, but the citessire Bellevlew J-la, Harriett House rate, i* the
Ga. '
w ,
grounds for the erection of an sumA Mrs. Wells, Washington, D. C, a wet weather will neutralize 25' percent conducted Mr. M Ilatde.Yeti
by U
mansion wbkhwill be built the distingoiebe1! member of the W. C. T. of this, leaving a larger area devoted Hart', Ockl Ulcer Bteamers. York /M'c'rW. ,
marlltfMoney ..
mer. I U., who Utraveling through the Booth, t to this indoktry and production, Jlarta' klawaha steamers leave Pa- rr .

of 8woF on a iuUuruiK tour for the purpose of than LM ever been planted Mr. Birpb-; latka for the Otklawaha and Silver la lit

Hr. Cbarley Whit 10f ot rJy -Mr: enlisting artir Tecrulta' into the laaki har says the truck field along the ling of Sr.rlnes daily except buuday.t. ten (10)) Wanted a man |to represent and sell off i

'. merfield and recently Summerfield .na of this society: whkh baa don and u the JAke Enstiaand&.John'a Railroad, clock a. -returniag. leave Buyer a bankrupt stock, of, silks to the retail .

AI.. baa returned to enough for him. doing) much rood in oar country, will U looking splendidly and he never taw Borings daily except )fODaal,0D arrivalof trade in Orala and adjoining- towns. Ad. :M'r

says Florida i. good '+D' oar lena" in the Uethpdutchupe4tp.yight.l Utter field of cabba esa and tomatoes train from Oath which It doe 0 23 a. drew;with reference >r

lips berersl 'year'' experience fa no better Thom wbo'/ail'totitar' Aeii1will DIM. a than those that met bu vision& In passing m. II. U HUT. J. K. POLE '.J.>

State baa lau M Florida.him there rare inlellecica. ] treat over that. portion of hU line 'w8eb01 J. S. FKJZU, Agent 16mcb4t Maoon'da, I
place than aa,

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JTHJ5 OCALA DAILY. BANNER What Protection hat Done for ManchexUr, (K. II.) Union. -- Noxicn. I .

i, OCALA, _FLA.. -JfARCIi--- -----,-ISB3f.---,.. American Shipping i A Romantic Story. ,Special and General Days for the Palace.p Drug Store S 1 !I Ihl
..4- ___ I write on the nea*, bat under the The Keene Olierver pribts the details International and Mernl.Tror.loal
P. E. HARRIS Edit flag of the German empire, for the of a !ngularca8eofraipuri! >r-tA nIl ing and Exposition: During
r. __ .1 American who nowadays cro s.. the Atlantic separation( between niAiiriind wife. In Mnrch and April.. LIt I

( .>; .1I must (leave tile jurisdiction of his!! 18o}! ; a young man named Gunnel, then i iJ agreed between the passengeracwnts --oWHOLESALE-
Set I own country as he- luthe!! land. in business in Lowell; waATnarried. to a of the .'. Ii.. A N. Co. ami/ the J. T.
There are a variety of foreign flags! un Miss Hirsch, of Keene. The young & K. W. Co., that on special county days
der which he may ail but "protection to c >began life under pleasant auspices the reduced: rates obtain only for point* ,
: American tDdul"tr}" ha made it iuiio8-| in the former city, but for some reason (roan the territory of the given county,
!Bible{ that he Mi uM} sail, under the the husband's hueinras\ did not prosper! while on 1lt'IiNallt.&vlt the rates are good -ANDRetail I
American flag. as he wished, and six months after his for any points in the State on tl'ole t line' .
The Eider toiitrh' owned I I by a German marriage he sent his wife horap to her Columbia; and ante Agricultural Cob 1 Drugs 1
company and. named by a Germancrew parents and Ret out for New Jersey, honing lego Day-March -'nd. A lecture of
was not built in Germany, !but on to )locate in successful business there. agricultural and horticultural juiciest -0-
the Clyde. German protection"" is not Not finding. what he wanted he went will be do'ivered' } by Prof. Whitner in the !
so thoroughly destructive!'\ as ours If it further South and finally returned to Exposition: auditorium.Gaiueavii'.u -ALL KINDS OF- I (
makes! the cix 1 -- -- -- -- --- -- --- than it ou h to te h. Ge mal y, it at 'e i t school During all this! time he continued Leon and Lee Coiiutys' Day-March OILS, ; ,

Colonel Robert G. Injrcrsoll has a allows the German subject t<> buy chips! to write frequently, and, it is said, 28th, general. Baby bh'ow with hand -AND-
prejudice against informers, but he admired where he can pet them best and cheapest pent his! wife a portion of his earnings. some premiums. Special concerts same I
reformers and performer!. and to nail them under his own tlat Although he kept on writing and for a dav. FANCY ARTICLES
This t le American citizen cannot do. while received answers to his. fetters the Hernando County and Savannah Ga.,
The New York World pays that poor "1'rotectlon"will permit him, neither to time came when for some unexplained Day-April 4th, general In Complete Stock I ,
e London is in the throe of a dinniMion build shii' at home nor buy them teason! the replies ceased, This made Marion county public school Day- -oWe I
regarding th" merits and demerit :jf abroad At I least, if he does' buy them, him discouraged, and instead of returning April Gth. handle none but the finest brand of cigars'
/"The Quick or the Dead ?" In Rome reepecta he must continue to Bail them under a l to Keene he became a wanderer until April 8th. 9th and 10th will be devotedto Ueadqaarten for Wall Paper and (jardenWHlQItT eOOI: r
we are much in advance of Kng- foreign flag. And so to-day though!; a the outbreak of the war found( him in the display of vegetables. & FRAZER, a ti
land. We have had the Hives disease number of the trans-Atlantic i-teamers Florida where he enlisted in the rebel Levy and Nassau Days-April 11th, puauc SQCIRI : OCALA, TLI
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and recovered that sail in and. out of New York harbor arrny. In the meantime hla wife won- general slams J ,I.I I.
are owned in whole or in (Iart by derrd and waited until after some yearnhe Dental Convention-April llth, Gen
The city of Gainesville ;Badly in need American capitalists t they tail under s secured a divorce. A daughterwas eral. Also a gran 1 tournament.
of a first-class hotel Its leading:citizens foreign flags, are commanded by foreign born about six months after her The various premiums will be awarded ;
recognize: this fact and believing, sent captains, manned by foreign crews, and h husband's departure, and the daughter; Including the $1,000 ollered} by Senator :..
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for President Plant to have him concur are liable, in ca.+e of war to be called growing up and marr71nlt'a left a Dunn, on April 2'Mh. i !
in their convictions." Whether that eminent into the rervice of foreign government w idnw At tile Cogs Grand concerts will be given, every ... : I :
railroad owner and financier Thus within less than a generation the I well bought a plantation in Florida and Sunday afternoon from 2:30: to 5:00.: "
will build the hotel time will tell. (lag that curt:* floatted over the bent and has lived there ever !since. He hoard in Our special days and attractive features .S l-til (ES' EifRE'HAS
f fleeted: ships on has been a round about uncertain way, that his will be announced frntii time to time
every "t'8. : ............... ....... .... ..... ...
The citizens' of Quincy and Oadsden absolutely excluded from the great wife was dead, and married again, but J. O. CLARK, GKO. W. WIUJON,, .. .. .. ........ .... .
county, says the l'alatkallrreld, are anxiounly routiB of ocean Commerce. Steaming lefts widower soon after his marriage. Secretary. President !. TltULY SAID-N.
awaiting for decoration day AO down the harbor of New York, we In the meantime a brother in Vermont C. W. CAMPIIKLL, Sr., Gen. Manager. . .
that they will be permitted tll hear the carried as an act of l.'Ourtt'ltilt' Ameii- 'vho had not heard nom him In many i "T.h.-.b.: a Tide In the affairs of men which, 1
lion. It. \V. Davis make his address! on I' can flail at the fore, but the 6lu k, white years, saw a reference to him in a history i ......taken. at its ebb,, leads on to fortune"
the occasion. When Floridians) want to and red of Germany, floated proudly in of the Cogswell family, and through -HERE I AMOflerliiR -- 1 AND NOW:'18 YOUR'CHANGE; :: i \
hear an excellent address, they oil I upon i the place of significance at the slain him correspondence was established ORASPI1! AT ONCE, :

Palatka's gifted orator. i And aa day by itay ourealsain has jxiirit- which resulted in *he stray husband i" ."... the publlc i the of"... 1! ............AND........THE.........FOHTUNE.. "'." ......IS....YOURS.LISTEN.................... !
------ I ed the ship's (position on the chart hung coming North and! passing+ the last sum .........-........to..,.-.................finest.1........line..........,.......!. i : : 1
Mr. J. A, Leonard superintendent of up for our iufoimation, he ban dune u* inN at Keene and in Lowe'I' among old FLORIDA ._... : : ..._. :
the Florida Southern lUilnmd, has !been American iiaMriigfrs the compliment of friends. His\ daughter took a liking to -
promoted to the dUtiiiguished and responsible alternating a pin carrying a little tin her father and is to accompany him t to CURIOSITIES, !s si

|IlOfIltion of General .Superin American lUg with a pin carrying a little Florida soon, but the Olnerwr does not FANCY GOODS .................. "..........". ...
tendent of (the Jacksonville Tampa and tin German flat lint this is the state whether husband and wife are to AND STATIONERY. i
Key West Itailrnad l While the only time and the ouly in which l I"e again united or not. From the factsas : .j".j
repponsibilities are system.large, Mr. Leonard I we see it. When MO discover way a little published", it would appear that tl.) e ___ __ i ___ :i ......... .......................... ................................ :
has the energy, ability and experience to streak of ttnoke on the horizon and wife has HunVred most IItllp misundf- OFFICE SLTI'LIES AT LOWEST: I'RICF.I MR. FOX HAS Jl'ST STARTED FOR TilE i
efficiently till the then the masts of another. traveler standing indifference 'or whatever i it -I-IX I A'OKTHKKNMARKKTS: : i. AND WILL !
important position. tan ,
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we speculate to whether alone with ........... 1
as the that caused her to be left
Tile combined wealth of Cleveland, is( an English steamer, a French steamer fctranger her was child through all these years, and X:::::: :full!r Line. !:i\ngzincs\ !!i :end!i :!the. :very' :.:::::}. ::::::::STOCK OF GOODS.= \

Ilendricks and cabinet was $3..12,'>.000. a German or a DuU-li btcamer. lint no the story, to be complete, should have LATEST NOVELSalwtygon ..,
and $2,000,000 of that was owned by one ever dreams of njK-culating as ended with a wedding. Perhaps however :: :::: : AND WC Must imev6. :
Secrilnry Whitney. Harrison. Morton of to its tain an American Wratner Moat the wife is not in haste to be again hand at- i : : :::::::: : : :::::. :: \ ,
and cabinet's wealth foot the our ]aHMMiger! are German wedued to so uncertain a quantity as her -
enormous speaking.
amount t of f2i.fitlOOO.) tip Corn used I They all stew to take a pride in thin husband! proved I to be. r ::::/!/KNALA: :.ti6N9UF.rUT.3mS1: : .: ::::::::: :. :Na::::::]:: i k It COM TO PUT THEM, .m'P

of millionaires: llarii+nand his (cabinet German hip, that is none the It'lIILt,. --- ---- II'II'A t"
will of course naturally be in sympathywith cause she was built in Scotland. Everyone Detroit Free 1'rew. SHOW THEM, .
millionaires. of them with whom 1 have hud any AMERICAN FAIILKS; ] 1MB TO SELL THEM, i "
talk Lab taken occasion to a'k me how I --- S
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The distinguished body of men coin- like the German line-ai.d whether 1llun't The IViu-ock and the Kage...Tim e Millinery Millinery OME MONEY TO PAY FOR THEM.

losing the management of the Plant find it more comfortable( than the Homo Rut the Fly.A .
ABy tein, with President Plant at their British steamers or the French steamers : ................................... ............ : i : 80 If you want:anything in the w ay of i
head who have been making a tour of No one of them has a:.keil me how I like turkey having harshly criticised the Our Milliner Is at home again i iWith : :

k' the State returned to Jacksonville! yesterday the German Hue u compared with the singing of a peacock the latter bird : .........L : : ; : : : :; : : : ..L.... .. : .
steamers of spared otl'to a famous sage in the neighborhood : DRESS GOODS BLANKETS ;i
; and while they regret not being my own country. They
s :! -JUST }
able Mr. Btrobhar to visit Ocala they at would this certainly time assured come would Chinaman.as readily And think nti/ens of asking of the) that world ofa "Your decisions and said : have always been so .: ..... ............ ......-.................. ......................... ::. I ::::.",.::::::::::::::::...::.: ::,..::.HATS::....:..,.::SHOES.:.. .. ...:.AND....:. a I

later to look tw over. though!: 1 like to think uiysdf, I confess just and conscientious! that I am ready t to .....................a...Full.......and.......Complete......... Stock. of j
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this galls rue For my most vivid 1 recol abide by what you say. I claim to have ....................................................,...................."-' I CTOTHINGOR 1
lections sweet voice when I sing. I ......... ...
the M-a are of a time whenwe a particularly
A trip to Urooksville made W. W. FINE; MILLINERY.I :
will leave it to von to decide. !
firmly believed that the --.j..j..i..j.--
Htowe of the Florida fast Wilder, young re- ..
eloquent. Messy : grow. public of of the the I"-'an.sect was Now. the detained mistress breath Thereupon and whooped the l 6.ItI..k, up It.t'l"l'l'took of a "n\\g Ion: =. : .:.:::n--Kverj:. tiling! :kirntOlatuio. :]: T I ::: ::: : :: ANYf.......HINOTN'OU'K-...... ..----- I
even Germany UNK!: AT
BrookurtHe From the,ot'iHTTatory of the Hernaudo Hotel at is ahead of ii4. "I'rotwtiori" has done "My friend" replied I the MI .;C, ua: hut o(50ODS; QUARANTEED.o :
a grand imnoraraa ipivml\. out stand end have ........ ... .. ........-. LOGYPRICES. ....
even mile In extent In each and every dlrurtlon. for tin what we once thought would be Lair ceased to on "you .. .. VERY ::.... :

I of handnomeljr home, einliowerod winded hills In and .hl.......attractive well beyond the loweruf the combined luiv- spoiled! your case by seeking strengthen codNash .....-.................?-............-...N-.....-..... :
orange llro" jell of the world and ha it. Had! you refused to sing I should ( : i i i
tilled farm,and unooih hard road, sun entbt swept our flag = ,= ;
: Ing through the: lainl c |m, wlthncriulonal glanrIng I from the O't'lIn.SrlJ'tlrk' -"IUlI/'lr"/ certainly. have decided that you 111\111\ .... ,.. ................. .-. ........,.. .... .. .. .................. : COME AfiOUND\ WILL YOU? j
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'l atrcamt and pretty Ukra to add 110 the beitity sweet voice for pong. As it is I must decide : -... ,-......................--.'...............--...-
of the.ecne.hrothe'. ____ ___ ____ Let U" ho Italy I ThunkCiil.Krom I. that the turkey is level on top of teftord'e Old Stand Ilibllc Square Ocala, F'&. 1
Walfe, of the Pennacula Commercial the New York livening: I'tisl- the head." - -- -- I ... .................. ..._....,!.
had a terrible niirnt mare the The Kun"as legislature, adjourne l n Moral-:Mlent: people make the bestimpression. I mNNN 'w..N-

.. other night end the following is t. e result Monday. At the exattmnpuu'utof Presi ---- ._- ::,::: NHOUSE :-::::: I, --i F.ifTHE i i
a of It"PreU'.om: dent Harrison's iniingunuion, the Houne A home having kicked vigorously:: at a -., .i i !i.--
there will\ lot an viplialon. 1 It after binging "Praise God l from hid
whomall thy, and raised! a gm eat row over presence
wu a pretty long fiiM and there Imi Men "" -1-
\ tt oil, but It U I'luiu-rlng now. blcjwingi flow, adopted) a rcnolution"that tie insect IUllltil': ly remarked :
ldt:under,gentlemen. The |>li>t thlr ken*. wo congratulate the nation upon "Well, this makes mo tired. The idea -I.KAU1NU: i l-OPl'LAR HOTEL OF-
the air U lurid with lightening' and the minding. the incoming at this moment of a lepublii'uii of a great animal like \ .u allowing: your -
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thunderbolt cannot much longer

t dut The of fellow their on wltn the, and lence these are in going the frtu get are del.ye.1to iwarvd going I) era of uihuinietiaiion'prosperity and,, and IIOIIICO\'t'rn.a consequent self like to me.\hid" stirred up by a email }insect SAVANNAH, GEORGIA.: .................1................. ................_....._............ f

W nm like Jack AM Rabbits. at the critrk ut the ment. On Tuesday occurred the fail "Your size is the great trouble," replied -I-II !i ...... .......... :

cow boy'lytJlrhHIt'r._ tire of the (Heading Iron Works, with th horse. "If you were only half I hIECTRI'U: : :LIaIITS! :! :A NArttwlan ::UELIFi: i i1 J : REDUCTION: i

Pecan Groves. liabilities of nearly $::,000,000, throwing, my bulk the public would' forgive me for ......-.-........................................................=........ f

a comfortable The trifling income expense within required} a few to injure :day,Ot)came men the of employment.failure of the On Kict'lsior Wednes; striking elephant back I could, for.if 1 win you praise were as by big licking as an -1-I .............-........... .................M........................."...... I

from a pecan grove jus till en special I years reference Pottery at Trenton N. J.. employing SoO) you. As it is you annoy me and I must Well Water. Street earl to all Depot :/ OF STOCK I
haml On Thurnilay the Key Stone sulfa in silence." -1-l
s One tree to examined this moat recently valuable on indo a .small+trp IU>lling Mill, of Heading, the rolling Moral-It is this situation which prevents RATES REDUCED TO $a PBR DAY ......................... .........................!........u......._..... 1 1MEASS"G
l mills at Naomi, Gibraltar Penn., shut lots of one-horse men from being .
place-eighty am*-for sale, yields
crop of pecans this year worth not 1 "'"I I down throw>> altogether!: over GOO; nlt'nout used as track yard fertilizers.A OiS".T"I:

than In$;6. and>ortion.other younger Other trees' bearing with Findlay of employment.(Ohio{ ) Iron I and!On Steel Friday Company, the Card Tmchtf.GIVEN -- -.....*-.*..-* -*...AND.............BELOW........N....--.COST.M.PISHELVS......NNNw.3 .. I.j.

pro| with the ... .............. ........ ,
email improvement'*, have front !twenty principal rolling mill in that OCALA FLA., Mar 21. 1881:1.: ................

five to fifty trw bearing an average of manuftcturing with liabilities center, made and assignment 7o the Prtridtnt, 1>ir< of over $100,000.()
$25 to $50 tree.
The cost per of planting. ten acres and cultivating rrt of the Ocala COfllJl xiny : AWAY I I

to bearing age is really nothing MU Hockel'ollcr tu tie Married GENTLEMEN :Having: tendered m)' -_.......................... ........_......_- .)
s&& since the land! product will belittle le s Miss floss! Rockefeller is to I be married resignation as director of your company .., '- '' .._.._.... --
K.\ than without the tret*. The trees at the 1 to-uiorrow to Charles Strong:, ou of and respectfully} proU-bttxl a.:iiiust u reelection ;::;SoiueUxl': ban. loons; us out at j ;t.i teea : .T" 'ff ) :.XC'j.
iTluK the ferret which ha been 3 .. ... ... ......
'I' of ten would be Hev. Dr. Strong, a prominent Rochester which having been ignored at away by ae 1 ww - .NrNNwrrN
age nay a good
.*"> paying; investment years at $10 each, or :)0,) New York clergyman. She is t'"e eldest your recent annual meeting I take this ...cured... .... .. ..... ...... .............................._N..: ..-.-...-...-.....-.....-.. ....--
V trees at fJJOOO.t'JI() years, bent varieties daughter of John 1 P. Kockefeller. of the method of notifying. you and the public) .
f'',,4 an average income of $30: j{er tree Standard Oil intellectual twenty-three generally, that I no longer participate i in ROWELL'SBIG -is.--r
.1 ought to be realized, or a total $15,000.. years of age, of appearance] the management and direction of said ;-- < -; .
This yield may be increased with age: t to blender and with brown hair. She company, to take effect from this date. ..

: $100 per tree, and continue in heavy shares the di tato of her family for display Very respectfully, -..-.."...........-.............j.....................-- 1 I;
: fruitage for an indefinite period.Vhon and hag found occupation in r is JOHN F. Dc,.!'. BUSINESS ,..-.. .
old age destroys Its fruitage the timberwill [igious i and charitable duties rather than
have Millicient in the recreations( of society. She i is In .1
value to make the the la-tsixteen
eight .
European :
t dnelv educated" having had years > And. now the secret baa become public prept ; .-.-...-..-...... ......
whole cost paying investment advantage have I ; -
a $7,600,000-
governments spent and town talk there M -
i any no tow our keepIng :
of her mother's ..-..-..-...-... ... ............... ...
#' The value of the pecan etc., U estimated exticrience as a 000 in preparations\ for war. All of this : quiet 10 we admit that the wart of our : -..-.-

in the following, taken from theAmerican teaciier before entering \ assay College was absolute waste, but it does not represent !i..groat.trade. w"..*............ ......... ........... ....-,...... .: ;1 OCALA : : : : : : l'WRIDAI

: Her fellow students and her preceptors all the loss entailed on the eight L...... ,...._.........
at Yassar. have .rw..N _............ ..-.L
't arranged to attend in nations bthe attitude of hostility
We estimate the Income from teu tree at tea a TO SELL THE BESTAND
follow :walnuts<< sieellMesuult( lv.ted) body and it was for there accommodat which they) sustain toward each other. ittlJ
.toopperltree. Kagllah: 111 ion that Friday was choK-a for the wed To that 'vast sum must be added" the 1 loss

pears Later f16.the qUtD out tree 114- and the orange are relatlrelf ding Mr. EtrongtJ) pursue theological i. from the forced Idleness of millions of I
mot pro tab1.. atndfea abroad, starting at once for young men kept drilling when they; Ask the Lowest I SNOWDEN A McFARLANE, .
At tweuty ere years the income approximately Berlin with his bride. ought to have been ensaxed 'II? productive I I4Ltli
Kugli.6walOQU -
W) UM. per
p= recani par
W per tree WOO per acre; orau t; and: lowest prow.la'brief U"what' 'j.i 'ALL
p' & t.5! Service. j KINDS OF
per tree.W.per per &eN. I** Jr tree ill.*.O> deal to learn yet ; flue our store with ('louen aDd make a : FURNITURE

The aere nut i &I'IeIo julncei after*X>per Uiajr tree.oome Il.exlO to some per acre.sin.*. re : There will be Lenten Services at Grace household. ..word.c of; .the.name.oi......""..._.....!
fe- gain lea caN thane fruit tress, are longer oval Episcopal Church on Monday, Tuesday R. E. YONG E & C)., The Ocala I'la m- -0-
1"-,, product can be bank a account d1eI I and! Thursday afternoons at 4.30 p. in., bera. Call and examine their fine stock TIIn ;lJfml 1..no1'Or: Tana

,.* eompare laancee. No to Ii a*.fctT Insurant or prowl or with th. tettln 11031c
re a.

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)r emi-T ropical Exposition .--.'1"rv y

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I -This Exposition, iucorporatedinder tho laws ft t ih.-' State.of! Florida. opened at1C -.- : a 4t I..I w.KIM...
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" LA MARION dm !I FLORIDA, JANUARY.8E k ./,L-jil,j s.

MAY FIRST 1889. ..'t r w.flrti.t

1 Thi 'ill be an Exposition of Pomological} Horticultural and l Apricultudprodncts j of Florida, and her soils, timbers, woods, minerals and livo stock and in addition articles \\AL-:
and pram M of general interest from all States and countries. Entry is open i the world for the display of its product No charge for entries nor : apace for tho products or "?
manufactuls of Florida. '
The nit d States Experimental Station for improvement and developing of products Indigenous to this section has been located contiguous to our exposition,\ ground % j''J
feint*invite exhibits of all descriptions, particularly those pertaining t
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CASH PBEMUM LIST $3,500. >,"f1'slSO

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GEO. WILSON, President. Wl FOX. First Vice-President i DK. H. KNIGHT Second Vice-president .
\\1\ C. \ CAMPBELL, SR., General Manner. G. S. MAYO, Treasurer. J. O. CLAIIKE, BecreUwy.Florida. ..;..

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IL4IEP1 c Filst National Bank I Tll MCl1clmnts'c National c Han{ Aiili-10110)0'-TJlE-) Drug t.'. ,

Ocaht, !; .
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,r -NO. 3,815.--
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; I Authorized Capital, oar VL STOCK SfiO.OOO.OO -- NCO11PliETENhSS-

_$_,000. sun US :aUo.OOOI"'JCBUH () ) ] 01'' STOCK Mulu

Ift \ .II.COCCII,V.I.re. Duality of Goods and Low Prloee.I .
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JNO. NX.Ywtttt
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t K. P. PlSMl'KEX, ice-1'reridenl..
oois JUltithl)1o :
tit It. R MiCo.N-NBLL, Cathifrin

C Ia Dtill'- llJ+aGed Located: neat dr to I"IBtN.UoDal" l lUnk.) '
McINTY'RE. our and anttank
A. tOri nnv thy :building u*art;n'pared to puarfod i
ontuate, Rll.GmI..IJ.Iirg. 8m alas .!

SURPLUS 7000.00; ; burintu trantacttd. Exchange bought and told. ., .,
and 1).t equipped banking houses in the State owned hy the :-- -'ti
One! or the finest aU accessible pointIJ.
facilities for making Collections on \ -OKHARDWARE-
have Ipt.cil1'
bank. We
favor customers consistent with safe 4.01
and to our
We will extend every courtesy aad careful attention to all brine entrusted to us :'\ DUNN, K.: I'. DIR IUK":'' :
shall ilin prompt C&IUmINAUF.H! 1:5ifr
SM; ACCOUNT and all business In our line andauarantee J.A. KINHTKIN: : ,
entire satisfaction.: IIL'EYFSIiliT WM. ANDEIlfiON,
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I. M. T1IAYKR: .

.Importer & Traders CORRESPONDENTS National Hank t New York, N. Y.; i Sas 11.1)I )OOIIS. I 10 i n s SAT .f.ft

outhern Bank of Georgia Savannah. i I .:
in all important cities in the West. -- t
1 Special Correspondents .Yali I1.: ff decoTUMONTEZUMA ffalionat Bank. : of Savannah (}fflr?4. A. E. I
nwl LouitnUe Banking Comjxiny: ,Lovitvillt, A'y
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Street, Ocala, Fin.J V :
Main Jewelry Store -
-Line--0-TILE r r'a
.. Shine;ilete with everything in __ '
: bis;: Call and examine FOR-
"Hotel f..ihe..drty3 :: for yourself. THEM PIANOS .1II,.
ss "A'LL" sP Tfi"--: i -0--: -18 AT- ,r ,. "' {

i RST....__:...:..L.............,..IN..........,..........-............M...............--- : Strings Muslca! Instruments a DR. DELOUEST -AND- ./..1'..,'r 1ent.h"

i. iT;: I's;;;:ntrY f'OO1I'. II.x. rnonae's I1I&-J' Clf Mlhl.Mid one""JdiJNI AIIUtIrati MV tnnspie jumilw rooM for c.-I All Worj nplr Specialty.of Clocks sod Watehas -(\VWT SOOCALA &.UUL- Musical Instruments I .' 'ot..te'
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Per Annnm Subscription, Rates. J" diki ,. .3'II/ } f.jrnr"l. LalceSid.ellote1
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Only a Pi-Irate. .0"

c [No more appropriate occasion could -I
be presented! perhai(+* for publishing the '"", t. .. .. .. )
'f So. Lake Weir Fla. :
poem, winch \
wan written by .,. ;
f t ; Captain F. W. Daweon, a few days before -.1.f: I 1",'_ ,

he led Virginia to seek a home in South CJ t
Carolina. It will appeal with peculiar ../ .. I Sixteen miles south of Ocala. ; on

: ;....:,. tendernesflat this time to the old Con : : high bluff overlooking the whole I

t r .1<<. federate soldiers, with whom he fought t ; ,. I of "Beautiful Lake Weir."
so gallantly] 1M : "- .
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t 'F, .. Only ft private! his Jacket of gray > .. ... .' HCKS MEETS' TRAINS: "
'stained by the smoke and the duet ; c 'iI ''' L:r ;;it. 1& ,
: At Hsyard, be'i bran; M Hubert, eins '
d gay; Fine
Ret'JI! Boating Bailing Gunningand
Mural In heat of the frar' ,
,J ... But in Uod bU only trust Ii I II tII. Fishing I
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Terms $ti,60: day. Reasonable
:: Only a private I to march and to fight, per l'
To tuner and starve and l>e strong, ;
.' .: With knowledge enough to know that the might Rates by Week cr Month. /
I t Of Justice and truth, and irredom and right, .
In the end must crush out the "rung. Address.: fj I

r' HI. U. J, UOSL BURG, |'l

e; Only ft private I no ribbon or iUr. <. ,, si tanager ,
',t', Shall gild with false glory bin. name I Late of Park Avenue Hotel, Nt'York and (;l1tt
i No honor for him In braid or in bar, ton House, Magra Falls. ,- j
nil Legend of Honor u only a set,
And oU wouude" are hi(* ryll, ol faint. t r r 1 RATES f2.s? iO$g ER DAY. I r

.'I Only a private I lone more IV.bora slain Open All Var. i
On the field lies silent and chill? .
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And In the far South wife prays In T aiD' ( ; E ; I
One chap of the hand she may ue'rrcUsp ftffaln.t. .- ; f
o One tries from the lip| that are still. fI' ) ( :

... ,. Only private I there let V.him Bleep I ; 4: 4 & \ Ine Ocala OffnDaijjj4 I IILYC0ItP0JAtTEDJ

He will
never know tablet nor none; l r e
., For the mosses end Tluet o'er bli grave will 1
And anight the stars tbreugfl the cloudi will DI
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him who lies there alone. ::1
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Onto ft martyr! who fought and who fell t
I": known and unmarked the strife, I j CAPITAL ,STOCK. $OO,OOO.OO
But Mill fti he lies in bin lonely cell .
: Angel and ik-raph the legend tell- .rll .
butb a death Is eternal life tbaU
Richmond, Va., October, Iw'.6. .
-CharUito Anriun'l Courier* + )1 '1'U1I8 COMPANY 11 now )) !
iota 40100 eeL from t.rS t
sated at the JoI/
.. Btllevlew Blade. 112 "West End"
'" >: Itellrvicw'M d.lbll. Dollars wUl be ytven tm conHfuilob Iflxioo Jell

!' Belleview'B exhibit at the fc;emi-Troj For further particulars csJpon; or address
Go :. ,
; cal Exposition I lit attracting a good share 1 '4fiYM e9
No. 1 Marion Bio
I of attention. They are as follow : 1m deW 131eb I't '

Box of lettuce and Mtrau berries from ", ,
I P. 11. \Valiens. A good display of arrowroot t I
Ii from Mayor Pentiefd. A large '
1. handsome Bvimen| of cassava from Mr., t '
'!' "KCfcierr A' magnificent bunch .of'Wal-! _. WE1'Et.IrAf1S
t" 61" ter's Pomelo borne large turnip from ,
t w. W. MaMin. Au EMMOX HJ'brill8lUatih -
. "" raiftttl by} -C. N. Hart, an f havi- ted in !

to. tie,>tQmber, 1888, Ac.: Ac.The. .
a frUits and jellies: put up by the I
tattle are the Chief' attraction\ and in. I \\1Tta'Cok!
elude t\l\"O cane o( purple wild plum k f

"j. from Mr- J- A> Gallbrd; one can y'ello w .
,. wild plum* and one Brown preservedflra .
from )Irs- A. II. ; one can LINLOCATED I
1; btarriC8i;one('an.of l lemon preserves: :

'. one can of yellow wild llllmK,one can of
;, tweet orfluK" marmalade aud a can of -0Repairing -
t ''. from Mrs. 1'r.'
pickled unions Knight ; -
1 one ran prfB vel tits, can yellow. ".:11.1I 8 I i'
plums. can fitrawut'rrlt'K: .rol1l JlrK. JMIJ. --- I .. .
rentleld: can pniwrvoil' citron and a -.j lea : : '. t t
I of ;wild plum jelly' *"> Mis. i\ W A TOWN LOT f j ,I"A.'OWi.OT -0-

f ..M llrooka; can {prt'l4 strawberries from [ LOOK', I -( os WEST
Mrs. 1)I K nails; two cans orange mar- iron j i FOR
\.1 I" malade from Mrs. M L U. l Daniels; glass of : I SlL
lour orange! pll'Serv'I4, tolMt4: fir sweet I 2500. $25.00. I
or. .......... ._...... .. vaw\
from .J. _._._..... __ \
!'. ami* Mrs Thomas ::::::-'::-= ::.== :_____ .f -t __..._
i# Parks, and four glares of wild' )plum LAND
It '. from Mn. Sara K. Hart. TI1 s
!" ,..' jelly The preserved fruits and jellies are :="i'iiIS .O1Jl:' IrtIJsIQ[ ]' IJ[1 lfJ.IIt.lJ :1'Y; llAYS "ONLYILl I

.:[ among t the beet t on ex In .utinn.Mrs. ..w.... ......... ....... .. .. ,. ?wNNw ,,..,w .N NWNN! 1-N.. -I .It.w.
M1. Krhtht'afcrttery ill artistically THE BEACON & '
ranged l with ferns and rocks from tho 1 --

big cave west of tow n. Her sweet Bum ABSTRACT
ate OOiTPA \
table U the only thing of the kind wo Theadjoins tiM't 1n the field I New Semi-Tropical addition City of Ocala I Anderson's new addition \t15111EPL.ICEIOQETT

.. saw and is very handsome the Semi-Tropical Exposition grounds. Three Illj lots now offered at 825 each, for th'rty days -1-\\ '

?," ladies The fniits and tine l jellies and, show put up bv the only. The }property UI elevated nUll overlooks the city. .street is now being graded to the property \ )

are very empliatu The proposed "dumi line," when complete, will add 1n cent to the value of _
;; cally that our ladies are energetic. The I every lot. Lots can be | ____
Y fruits are labeled with fancy lahl'lliin paid for on the installment plan, if desired. No commisai ho agents ; buy direct from pwner. The editor .

r#. colored ink, the designs: ol Sir Arthur I of tho BANNER will select lots for non-resident8. "Get in ole ground 1100?." Plat can be seen at office of OFFICE,, : : qcALA 1loruI

," Ileed.Ine. III. L. Anderson\ or juldrt'.t's II. 1... Anderson Lock Box 12.:>,ala, Fla. w /
f nniniHomo "|8Kfimen8 of |X'iiman- 1Ja3m
t. ship neatly 1'IIt't\,1 l in a lumI'4otl1fl carved ntu1-
frame made by Mrs K: 1 L. (xinverke, ill FUR OCALA II Hi II CCIIOOI Tiii s

, "'- one pi the chief attractions of the HUIMUNU.TOTICE ._ j : CALA HOUSE.I E. B. '
Marion cunotv f" f : II. Walters has aVjwvilnen' of btdefurerectingtbeOcalaIIIgn hwlBuil4 -TnBFIl1es't {:
his famous prii|>e fruit tree known an [UK ; :: k : -i I 1 1" | '
Walter' j'ta U1flo, on exhibition. High School until April| In. lv>J I'Uns and Jlivory'iii
wlrrlacatlona| now ready at the offio of T. J. the City
! t' If; therti i.i any thing we )lave failed tot Mouk. an'hltet't. The Iruntoos n-ncrre theii'lvll (
wenioltt \ | Ueraiuft ve not see it. any -0-
{. I Hotel l _
t lunnaDt.t'ufIlral't ( be RUeu. in of the _
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! :, ,' ,Tw| reader,cau pee by tie alwu that bids to K. P. 1!. 'RfAl.d eang City LEADING
we fairly represented' at HIM SALES STABLE
.t are Kiposition t'bl&lrm.nll..a"" Truetet'sOcela Ul..h bohuol. I .
:. but not represented as we should' AtltktM. hOX.twtrfUry .
I, :, '..,, be. This is oppoitnnity, ant0! d etch: M.\ l\ IS end. lg wit I -AND'OINTMENTS- \u I
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should improve it. All who have exhibit II I

r who wish |o rend them, to help DRS.G.H.&J.C.PERNERosldont IN GEORGE '
,. ; out vt'w' .UeUevjew exhibit will please TO ANY IN THE STATE f fI AIcKAY, !

: leave the sate at thin office and we will Dentists. ARCHITECT: AND '
,',' Bee that they- -are properly) disposed of. MKRC1IANTV N\MONALBVNC BUILDING, I ,

'.,. .. Baby Day. OCALA, FLORIDA. .*' *v j" I DESIGNS' AND I !"TID41TP8Fiirnbhed .

(We want aU tike 'sucrutlon mothers of All bracrbM of dentMry. Teeth filled and : ed I Insi'de and \ .- O-'Ap"puCi-IJon.-: :
lla/fon vounljrlo rlrpneplheyhe> fact that tee n." Routs crowned. one poroalaln or iroldeirtoUy IJ Rep. OutJI]!
Artificial .U'rom lOue b to a fun M't.
next Thursday, March 21th, will tie Uaby Orca-Eratnxxca I
UeutWry at moderate pnoM. t s Gorange
l Day at the Exixmition, and to bring> the -ANIREFUTED andJUxthC",
.....,',. finest and handHomet-t babies in their TOOTH fOWBMa. aa.reiul' :' Ui' I h't :'.4 II'r'/' i;lj OCALA" ,. :

t :(. household), laloivr tad display theo: to D. rru-ia. .JUtl,cases THORBEAUTIFUL ELY WITH FLORzLi Jl.6sI
thousands "'ho'i1oothuoto8t'e\ them. ELEQAN1 FURNITURE (
; The suctvwful merchant and hand-

uvula smiling: bachelor, Mr. Charles lJE1VTUTS ... I.I J. BRQKAW '
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Uh..ir l )er, otter ..,,H priten, two beautifullace ; ,
vpeclattnilon elt a to Crown Bridgework, i '
drewes,' valued at (100 for the two Ooldplatt and all flr.tla operation pertain- : I 1
prettiest babies.! lug to the ikutat Art. Ua ftdiulnlt r.,d for the THE MARION COUNTY
iJ. ales cttractton of leeib. Otttc In First //NS AND NTJBSERYHAN.J .! .
y Dellaht6&l''E.Kcureionl Dally.Silver Nat-ooal Bank Building. Oet t6lfmm CROJUEr _QROUMOSU -

t gripes and Qckkwaba RJvfr I o t r.:"'OIRT, ii.riYUCllX. 'D 7.-' t- (- ;

} .tulJ;)""' 1ipr.in e I OFFKB8 TO .
for arh.mvn W WV the arriraof i the ,THK.PDBUO :A; FIJTV_ UVX ,f
t. $ morning train from Ocala and returning AMD SOB0IOK. OF WCBSKBT 8TOCKOKJLPHYZKKS >
in to with r I JUwna YotTntfe Affil : ::11I : ;L. 61'TuAylt.BsliAxAatot. :
;' tUoe/or passengers conperf *{ftw A Oarj-i nock, OCALA.yeau .' : A BPCZALTrf.djanl52m
,t. evening train for Ocala : 23 mile*-far* .
.. ,from lOcal and return, ,Ib0. dSfeb2m ? -- y &Vs \a ..... .,U FtoMk. VIVOIUOA. -1-
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