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: April 5, 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
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002052272
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lccn - sn 88074815
System ID: UF00048734:00181
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FLA. FRIDAY, APRIL 5 1889. .i:

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)RIn.1 !.VTRlt'1'trfi1.1f( L\'D .'iE.\n TlnN/'.I1. -J.rpo'ir10vI -----; -- UK T1I1HSTS 'Olt OOIIK. CITY & COUNTYDIRECTORY. t .

Tom Hnwjcr In the Arena" I .
AMI THE WAhlllNUTUV The indicationall \>mnt to a good t
healthy war Between Florida and I Ohio. 'CITY OFFICERS, r"
,I (I I TKXMAh. Mayor-1)r,1'bo.. P. _
I II Theo the fruit itroit'r anti communion Gary
/ r 'k-S. A. Hiillork.I !
v man lock horns, then the tug) of war begins. ...hal-t l :. K. Hftll.
I April 30th the Day-.The Hoy In The Irresistible\ of 8j I.\rr anti l l ,'C'tor-F. I'. OaclwuiACVVMM .,(1!
-1I. K.: Mclter.
nine are "llu"tllng too" tit 3Irct tho Immovables of Cincinnati.txjme Tn'azurer-It. R. MHiwdrii.Oty .
Their Brethren un WaohlntctuiiDity years ago there was an attemptto Allornrr- T. (irrvnt'ttktilcnl t
arrange thu words most!'! enerally nt iiuiurilJni I ). K.: l>uniiIhwnlof. .>
In St'W'urk Uay-Tlielr1'reseiue used each in a said typo. *o that the .\Mirnivii I K..1111. to:. 11'. .\lIlIf", i
Y There ia Needed.It J. T. Laiicnxur. John t. ItovtrU I. I.. K.n. <. ...(;.
t. 6frf 4F F t word cgnld Uli M t up with the one movement Hmlih II. W. rtmii.lUr.. \Hfc,,, i> and \\. II Mitt-
now ntrwNiry in placing a letter vbnllMiiiitarjr.
is no lon r" matter of speculation, If this attempt wM a MICCC, it werns to 1 IIIII'4.tOt'-, T *

our "soger boys," the {) *ala Illtles, who rue that the lASl a.U0111,1 lo well to COUNTY OFFICr.Rii.:
r i Ina artthe and of order at leant a half-bushcl oi the word County JudKfV, "tmnl Mt<\nithy.County .
military neroen |1'eta "liar" The Ohio calls the Florida Clerkl, A. Miller.Shttrllf .
Ooala's fair and enchanting, enslavers : --b. 1'. UUIUmsAHMMwor .
I thirteen liars t'unuumlica'hot
in one
man -J. C. M.thi-"".
tll r have resolved that they will go to New and if the Florida man don't din 'ullt'4'lu-II T. anmaini, ('11.1'..
1 r, York and participate in the great, Wahinuton count that 'in the next issue then Treasurer---: I'rle.hulwriutendt'ut .
1."ltll\.t\IIII-\ I.
I Centennial, which rncure April he had bettor !give up the tight and i'attne, I'letntl.ntrm.a( 1'nblIt '

3oth. This action wa taken list night call in a real I nice realwUte agent to I luiity:: t""nldwlnut'ra: : -' ll.V.. lone. W. r*.
M & W$ I and I twenty-live of thtIMIVS. pledged tell t it.11'lien. Trmithmn., JI I. II. K<.m, t'. a.. txrrluV.. I'. \MIlUmwm -
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'2<*> each to a fund to mukc the trip. In I wt'fH little follow, I gut into I The: County \nnint-uiloiirn mwi Inn I\l'1It."I.tll' ;'

I this connection the iiiivernor has! In-on atiHitroveisyith; another goal li'tle \I", III \'fry ml't1'h. .
Ql'KXEnAT <>< 'Al.AFLA.JAXIAlll ..:Mh. 1M:'. ltlw\ft..llo bv the Mate troops| to allow bvy and the follow ; will\ ubtvi expnss : : rhta.l Ikwnl. I. r, lUrrU, U..1. \\rlnmun.
M. S. )IIIN" \. K t.rlllin. I1. L, ImrUoo. a ;
tht annual fund I provided b>' the Stnl o.lIr ideas and tlt'lIliu1\'ullI! oil xrholdHoard 1I1t't'\.II nrnMuiitkyluiwryiiuMiUi.COUNTY ,
I for the yearly encaniptuent, to po towards < OOT311IOU J ..i. t.. ,. 1
'Vlon't you rail on "Y" the ieweer.! At the Opera llnii<.<> la..t IKht. the soldiers", going to New YOlk Tom t >u know it ain't()!" BOARD \IIEALTH.f': ,

d febtd t The presentation J of the Cantata of city, as both men and ollicerit deem that I Other Sawyer---" Tia now, loo." i l'u"hh'lIt-II'. .1.1. nary.urtlaryt'apt. .
I $ K It. inch. 11.'n.
13 tk I* rue ts toni.'ht.F Q.tf't'li. Esther, by the Hurtuw., Polk their visit. on w) great, nxuuentiiA and 1" S. ",olllt.HI\ story.."" Mf'lnhc'n-I1r. II. A. i-mltu Vnlhimy, Melons
'Onnty troil, |"e. last! niyht! was well done I grand an (cation, where they \villti)ine I < ). F. "You're another. ,,1. s. .MuHvranil' U l H. .'.In.UOAKn .

ily dreamy sprinjr dav. v and they deceive' icdit :01 IIII' ex ellent in outact t with Mate ti K p a from ullover I 1'. .:. "My gracious what' is whuPI't'rI"| '** TUADii.
manner in which they i "" "ird: l thelAbur.tte l the Union na well\ as volunteer O. r', "Vou'rou nasty, stiukiutf! .iortvller )'- I'rt.lol |'- rfor tI'Z cclt-brutt'ij C'h i'&I1Cf) and dillicult! p.ere of "tawllrk. 'p I I.lotupani*, will l lie of mom service! tl) ; N lev. l'ruhJt'III.--II. '' "i .U'.'n. ,
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r iiiryVn
them than a month in camp at houu\ T. S. "'Yoti'ie A liar. ,.
IhNiMol' iin>e i "" -' I' NUn, Jr. ( ;1 Ulii'lnmivr. ;
StU eh" il day to-mnrrou at the Mrs!'!. Kathleens Hair, u I I.uiv Mho bus 11Ce I readily ('OJI.t'tl the o rrin.tne of I O. 1-'.' "You'iwnnulhcr. Jin. r I>"-1, I It. uA.. ? '
> nail much pt'rit'nl.t'n| M' ., .irk and I, their reasoning' and trust it will bo 101') ordered T. S. "Yon'ro a tUinl-r\u| ,l liar." \VfaUten, Win ,. M,-I I ti. 11'. r:; 1t.ulI.; P

a r'C!) !nizl'll rottot'ian anil 6'r, finder bv the Governor.But O. F. "You'ie a liar all day and half UUILDINiN1) LO/.N; nSSOClA.T10N. .

become of our spring) jioet tuck till! role nf (.jiu-en Kst: : 11'1.ltlrtl'Ilti in i'Aito the Mate aid fails them it the night." .
llcrobe1.irrv him'off! list t sum- is M'd that the Rille, T. S. You're lighting) liar and sh slit
WI" Hiu-e+sltiil\' ai-'Itt by |tin >|M) give an entortuininent > I'rt uMiMit' 'I. \' 'Inur.Vlre f
Viviiin Ihlthit:\ -lord. in their large: and hand unit- Like. it tin." I'ru.kle.te '|''lfMi''i.tMtittitr ,
bhUrl hated and i Moa :Scott wore the tiara and |purple I ly Hriantred nrinoiy, to assist them iu O. F.II.\.11 jour kmfolks. are liars. ) HIH! Ir i I.',ul. Fix.Itsrdul .
ti'l'e.po7 I'in' I. ta"esstcr I.aseFte>
{)1 \nl'plnywt by Att irr.e\' of the Meiids antll'"rHialllJ. with Jipuii making! this tri|". f.' b. Yuu'i51'leteu"hllll.lrl\lli.1rll all |>.IIt'IIII.. Hn.ttii, V> i I' \. .h:. ItcliAirM, II, U.
Resrdou, grace and dignity. j The siv.'veHtion i is a good one and l we in a dunbh'-huw-k1ul. /lUlMllHK Hllll U. A Hull ..1.
Raman, tin- oversooi uf the lU'alin: feet nuitident the ('itll.tI4oultt respond O. t'. "You've inure liars than a horn OCALA rUKLES.KlMt :
11.cdrtde, of tlu Uartow was scrupulously looked niit byViiOii| nobly to the trail and give them a hontKMch > -nn trot oil with in a wcok." ,
would make the Miiile for '1'. S. "You lie lie lie lie li.- lie lie '-111.111111-.1; A. Na.h. y'
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paid the BtxvER boys L. JewflthoM( niein ln-t hii Keiu*< hi? utll- an bmtt I irntd'r' il-K. II Mit-nnnell.
log and I whore arts! ih'nut".1 the man remainder of thus year. No date i i1 li"> III1! "I'Ill.Il"'nco I i.nt-K K '\ titian.F"rtc +
1&111'' the faithful! purtra\al ul 1 thu else .....1. but it will utrur in n week or leudm O.. F. "You'roa iiuther-r-i-r-r I' r-r-r !" Mcuder'.

IKlaatnow how numerously aclrr he a.."uined was highly i inuueu4-. s.In. '. :N. "Sav Johnny, IcCa go down to .1 1'IP.B CO ...JV., ", t,

ff watt 'repr'' ented in J -ala. ed ...?' the meanwhile contributions ale the creek ladling this. el'eiuug.' Chlirr. I II. LaiuHKler, i. f
tv.lcli1hC Montez'ima hotel The chorus n aj u-ally 10:0'1,1.l and hi .t in or/la. How much will soil. contribute HUH tlioM tw <' good lilllo; l+u's settled rortuiHii M"urI"co lUirlumjclMI : ? isFir4

werenevei.ilout'.>, which with Jrll> | er !? We understand Mr. 11V.\ AR- I their trouble suit .en 'ppy ever Herwatds. $"" .I'4'n.I..I.\\at.t.lsnl. ,-1.0'111'1Ik.' II. lIr.I.l\lt. 't
U training) will round out snit bl"HI'II'nl' "'inthe new's name i is down for ilK)I. Tho .)'tdes'rve > Siiii| | i8e we HI! i ,n .t ncommittroti .reisrr-J I1. Muliett.Iwvut fl r%
B. Anders, the /tlLts nu r bt.'autlfullJl' l flowers. well of us ; let 111\ give them u invite our two waMike mends .t.. ;illtthing I I ),-flve .r luvinUn.

of Magnolia street I It'j'' ling of The audience Wla .it'd ot,,', and loyal 1 bpnetit. NHXI.I'uster. fiolic We will dovvn mi tho HOOK AND I..ADDI'IOMPA.NY.; .
inkL. i .. .
flock 'Vi\ely .
win I
inn engage ,
( with basket of
very appreciative a8 teMillfd to b): the kkcltv wixkelty" n t
lr>.I Mint .\1'rl\1II 1'iilincr.
1 hoe business, I Carol Mi.iUu i.iedirinu and, bale tim '
jtonerom applause given the actors, ". a youd rmvuian lk! lloiiia.

(88'lor .\. J. Warren- of the Jack The fuhtiiiueM'a of.the f-hv \\erc highly !; We have iweived stone very choic.' Thin matter. is getting scrum If I AwilHtitiit -\\ell. Klttiantlauu.
lille Busiiie College\ is ainoiiir us buwge tive of the. |lotI"I', adornment Taster carols ('ornlu| 11 by Mr.: (ie)rge I Muiat llaUlead and iov. Fotukcr take 'I'wt uty 11It'l1ItO\'r.. (_ .y,
l'OItrof hook. o'f those ancient d',yis of &kingly; ;JHOLM.. W. Pixnon n\1ani..t\ of i'hrwt' church H hand in it wo are in H met**. Thum, I TULULA LODGE, NO. aa, I. O. O. K. t. ,
[proposes to give a ., 1 Mradville 1'a. will\ \iiu UN horrid front from
t 1\1'11. *r : TheaiMot theearols are war tearing l
inachinshorthand, I tMeclaeveryTneadayeicuingl],
jinx, typ All in all it proved a enjoyabloevening melodious and each carol is \Vithlacoociiitt to the l'as":.imariiddyand :*
ing in this city: very very so (uu- W.: H. i i.lile'i. .
and penmanship and one of which our Polkiviinty Htmi-tal that t"'t'r'u t'e shall sine the then homebody will yet: hurt for 1 11'.11.: I'hllhiw. .n.t.rr. .

'oomrurtJblu! well 1 kl.,1, hoU'l that I \ cousins need have no regrets, for air.. We doubt if any muio' appropriate, may take u hand in it tnysdf. All vUUIiiK tiitHlirncorillally lurlif.1.

'tS most! lea..nable rates, Is the they aeijuitted themselves IU 4 Manner urois ran bw found. The colle.-tion. indudinu 1 don't know who in. right in this ton OCALA CHAHTKK NO. 13, R, A.' Mh'alat'h.iter

Lett House, Savannah, Ga., 8') Urn*' that reliects credit un everyone ..f (tie H (t-arols IK |hit> W: cents Can be irovcihoy, they are all such awful liars (
ctetl h)' Mr M L. Harnett."-A'
Word mar lilt : aims and notable aspirations to -- Hut, Jcllow-citiztiiiMl 11 AUI with jur man W IU..NU. 11, P|
amuse' instruct and h eneiu their i-"pie :alias situhiir ttJIIIt"I'IIUlI'Ii"h"IIlauloh. i I all the time lie may Ito ii Ananias- J. d. riuzEK' $rl'rtl.ry.: ,
enterprising j f firm of Hood! A Xasl- all well ai our most grateful\ and bliitvrIliankrt. <' ten of :Mr. J. $SiiM-hiir has cone into the \ille.and hits name ia.ttt'totl if being PRESUYTKHIAN CHURCH. I

tiowndieir "'get. up git' pimlivi- I i country to visit i frifiids.I UeiiuisulsyLieOtldutIenI'etk'u.' !I''."' Itlie in the decota- .. ___. KKV.: W. II. ioTUAii, I'mior. ,
taste di-pUved The splendid music by Golby'n band, hut tight or wrong 1 stall! up.. I llm
\heir show windows ,'p tt-rlav.' I Ipa greatly aMtiated in nmkirijf the e\ eainjrenjoyable. PJnfessorluhnswt's pupils of Howard glory of our .State. My p'lily uu> bo sabbath IIIr\'lecll. at II I .. M. ana 7 r. >>.' "'Uf.ta. ,
.\mJIIII colored will at'hadatVnia:! 'Iwedneaiay; l ""mlllil luvtura
admire rlie, artisWtlie ) give a concert in
V w pause to JIIoTKL he. House wrong sometime, suit I wiJi; go tithing/ at 7:..'. Mf"I" free lliepublkMtunlUlly turlUxl.. r
window dres'er.ropnetors ----- Oi.era Monday night
lection but
on day, my Mate! tan: never
Hotel Arrivals l --- bu EPISCOPAL CHURCh

r mite ot i of De ve 'a lu1fTltzI. A ,ril4F* JFI'tI! Tcuiiio AVuiilctl I wioug.don't\ like lo hoar men '.,l1ilJlo: each Kit*. C. Ii, Wtuiieii, 'KWUTHvrrlc

.8t L al.l the ot 'iiins! of "Miub with by er, Union Springs, Ala.; P T Wardt'i1\ew It. ... Mnrvn of Martin Station, who other bald-lauded hara and other jft, w .irtfrr :ttin<1.yt li>:l,% a. .-t? and 7.14; p.
charias and Sch.i'Min, a \"orkj: Tho/no Waldo; Mrs. .'; 'U hay the contract to supply\ rotk for tit. name, und [fever a man from a town I m., maaiUrtl U,"". i*<'.,. fruo MllnJ.., ' e \t mpl>er last evening, drew Hair Miss" JessieJuryr! Miss Clair Luo f wants a number of teams no larger tbau Cincinnati: '; should! call atl p. IU.. \\.11. ('hatubrr.a'uu.t.t.ws'luut.. '
ver'Vidred" persons! to partake lap, lathe lleards, \ Ruttlt'rlonl.Iil'llt to hauisame. Apply at Martin !bution.That' mu thirteen I hunt at once them wall before ----. --. '
err I.! 1\111 I""minty. It WR his: Julia Wentz, Myra Arntbiiong! Nelson t p'lapr dint w4tTea 'I' Tho' Ohio river will rush:: with a TRAVELER'S GUIDE .

(ear McJIeynolds: linnie.Ho\.lt':4Vn.\ Miss M J i ruddy tide hH1 J. tilt ten, 61 fill! thei r
II will win 1 {Weir, Miss E yteaduianj, Roberta' lnh- 1 HAitI, i :Mute< mMM\ made ;tt lerr.u.i.i'.

to-m us,ia-i transfer legs. its laMrt T Tap, Florenwi. Keid, \li.'W! Openheiiier, I I have several very Him VIIU Pranrj 1 think her. wll lit "Ulll'i "'l'Iere'' SchtJ-.c: u( tho S. S, 0.4 G, R. R..

and Mrs. t A Hough, Mr Monroe fscott. t lemon buds fur le at I .m blood ou th .ui> ti. and tort ai..lii, 1 F
team The atlah'e and' Hidetc I ** M JH.T th-in-and, I Arrive him H'"' tii(..4_, .......,.. .Iv.II
igable. y.. /pftlom s' Mr. M Dunlopea .d wife, L H ItysU-d{ J I besides some varieties of oranin-H cheap.( I heard a \\ hir ;I"JlJ' -4111) in tUu.tt O'II. Lots ; and remarkably 7- and wife, \V L MeiXiu"'ell and wife \Vftr- I Budding a specialtyth best ot relw th. .< ganh-n nail di;.: tut xiid Ia'tt| nt> Jtviuruitiii at..... ... .,.. .r, ......'.. 4.K) r M
torney has been U'''M' fiil I'onviitloii jien-hinK ren Tyler, }Hawkins, (wOO, Wright, WI 'eiices given on appllsation. UI acitsw "." ." anal: ho :-4 ate ay
0 cces his bauktmeut term, Where an in- i I I. Jewell, lint. EnU...kiu, Jessie andMlunio f K. I). C0ATH.5aprt ; with cliulva. it j hide i i. ioln< war, F, C. A l'. R, R., (OM .F, it. & U/Llne,) :'

1y n every lal'e prosecute!. Flower, Kthel Kelly, Jertie HlQunt.JutJl'hine t wl Santo, Fl.. coiint nun |JIlt Just In jnfbody mil Schedule.
t w and and case Wirt, J II <':rOH er. Mr. Mc. I __. __ '_ mw thirle,D liars will you, and thane 1-
Miss i, ( Miss Jesse felljrhtful acuI'.loult will '-ii||-r M. itb :...:::..... in AM r'r
nall IM
Kelly l.ttif ibucon. .
as 1)( fame //JBlut. Murat IUWea-1' was Kengi, ant music ot'er uiy.Your iuth l.ntnJ .:...7. ir fI
r M
HIS I Coston, Mr*. Thurston Otis Duulap H j liuthli.l aud warlike intuit HKwnti, .. .. .
er he bugfl, be ratistitnl. rt.je. Silver Pprlngn and Ocklawahit Hlver r .,... 6 Ar x pt
it .n by the hate has brought him Payns U II Knellinger. T L WirL.Mrn. steamer Eureka," Captain ('.Itn, leave low SAW \ Iii t relst4> i ..?..... _-.. i}til r *
ore (8'orlll Vmment than an) tlimgi : IlarUons, ilr. Jurr, Mr*. L Boyd. U ,I for Grahainville after the arrinf the Kuala aomlrrire r

i ever arconl.he
after all, onl.00 principle in human' Miss )alsy though, I Sadie. Heard, J K lu time for aHfiengeni; (o iimnni with 'There will lst >atenKervire8fttUraibKiii : Freight .. ., ? ;: .::::::':::::,1 :1 : a' 'J

ture The nl. tn' to .don a Weir, 8 A McBride wife i and child, Mi* evening train for Ooila ; 2f' milm-fait 1'.II.fr ,...,. ...._-.._ twO; r r
o nnjustly.; tlmorelhe.pelt puhlil'> sundi Zepprer, Mrs. 'J M Boye MM! lacy all (rout Ocala and return, 11..511. d8feb fn >u; )!>al Church' on Monday, Tni lay I WII'". Horn tJla, l...Town 1....,| A ,and Thursday afternoons at 4'M:: m.,
him of Bartqw; H U trrnnlln". Lukehind;,FL p. F..8. R. R. Tun :able. .
| L --I __ -. f Rabble Jarksortvdk: fi H l'.4irH ; "tits; nn rdlii({'' Hnuo to tent at Cr'ltt.al and on We4nes lay and Friday rvrnlngii .

S Jibe delegates \ the annual conveubn Edward; Sulzer; Louisville, Ky, Chat.A ; liver.. and 730.: 1IUTa ac osL'r
r from the Oc* bond; !" ux-hoots are i more, LouUvill Kyn t;- K Johnson ., 7'. r'etrter.. srova" In.. ()oal... .. .. ...1.-. iJ)5 r r
morning train tUven W I> Hunter A Urge' and commodious' boarding M/8TK11M" ,) fI.tJIor II
quested to leavdy the Winter ;, Orange afAJ.IC. Yre .t t
b''r"1:: e.iU
I next Lfbing Lee bltrjl in Home Homer Mayo Sanford Ga. Gen 'house. wfth MrvftDts' house stable, : .... A"
Tuesday ; ; fDER AMD BY VIRTUE Of IL'E rnUL _- .._ -,1214:<< A r
In e fbr the 8:30: lra. wrtion' On tr. W Browfl and w e,'Ouls l ; Andrew Knni yard efcL, to rent on ea'y term. AddreM, U derr.4 by lbe Hou. J. J. 1 fal.y. solve sourrasnYer t

1 val In Leesburg rLrt to Captain J. B.t !, Martin; W K O.ua, Gainesville; O.- Miub MARY WIUJAMS JUiJ,. of the nAh ClrttiU Court of flcrUU |r.r .. arrlMw I IN 0ciL1a......:. :. "" 7:16.: rfntaht
coniI ro29 dlt w3t: C'Ylt.al1Unr. Fla. ".1 Ion county, ou the 4th day et April, 14. lo .. ,
aeDtion Mark K Ba- 1270
(if not Wt r ,aid Wlltpo, .JaebopvtUr) P" -
"a. by the IMM wMftla'AL* AOl'f' an earn r N n z ,
I It ittee) who will c ,Iort you to your cull, Jacksonville. Toarnameot Price. ptatnantaan4BCNJAMInr.LAkLT Hdd... .f._" jOO.1111'A II Ii
!lr OJDta fondant. abstain 1 h.t.d special lna-as., 1'1\
m/ 1: AU.eaLJo Pemo :rtto ,secotlire The Exposition management d.kr-= I hay. Urled upon and will offer toe &. *t pub: .
lie -
eatery bclM' the Uowt UOOM door !. Ocala.
The Ocala Ho jjnrdry. f I CoDmht" mIned to nuke the tournament one of fU.. oo
the most attractive day of the Kjjoal- th.ITI1AdrOlAAr,1a70. Jlo..tL -11'* i
ib. waste- water trot\tbe'kxla J Orange!foOM'QDdl1 rMAStzi. )FLA-., April: 3, 1689. Lion and a large number of people will w OM hi.&.. bidder kn: soh. ihcrlbvd s'lownzs d. A u..u'c bat ftikl a pew p.lf 'otbsby : .

,( at Second So and the At a meeting of the Democratic Coon.tv beta' the city to wltaeM it. property bu.e4Rh'. of Und. not or shplbn, found ra. Irnnk. L QDI. .1
rests fermenting as i dilonder ) 1889 fl. .dt IM eUwwl sad armor wll of water I'ay tor,WLI bfef and '.
It.och" to Executlre Committee April 1st, Tbe foIkHrifpri aar 4> r -5.4 Mang Mn-a ow. f.i-- rnm4dla.s. ; sat '
+ JdJor:. ereated loch : to the ii WM ordered that aid Committee First prit.-One hundred dollar in tIns tbrae* north*.:qorur the norVUwcMq'MUr 1f1n lJI"'OtBte. .....,. ..... r
use Alderman Root to milaiu xwtpone Mlactinc the names of 'live per.Sons > :old. IB towiublp thirteen south nac twm- i.'
wa'' bteJed. ty-tw* MJ| i *omtm.nttBg M pot ooravr./ Mid .
The complaint to OcaU Ta> ,
oDML dnIDetl' but to MFT u County iCommUAioperf, Second priia-Fiftjr dollar UllOld.AtteatioD.'Ocala .MliM Mkaadi dM 4Uvty lards tot of ibniro r ,en.
d the building properl!. more until Monday, the Ifcth in.t, 11 o'clock 4. UMMM two Lnadrwl m4 rii yard laID fWd, to eolloct cil y Uxec for 1 teed
wl&hauau.eed the COD! Want drain &. m, so M to give tim to confer with nifle inutb. ih.oe..arnaion-g ihs railroad. M port. V1UNK1'.GADtiON. '. ;,'

oable than ever b1 the stinlge tha' the commltteVi eoMtiloenU. A full1 I At a fnettlng of, tM.. company held lo UMM UM of wn MjJor|w.1oIa haad/wi_'.ad i UtMM thirty.gt nk M yard tl60e 3&p' dlw .4a City Tu Collldor.r .

brtyioc iU contents int0Iha)' tt..pril1a meeting of the committee b desired March 27th, it wa* ordered oo motion I of oMiDMclBf two huo4r and It.lUrudtl.. .:

. met off tberoi plus Hr.1JU: II.W. Loa, Cbai'm. that: All member that do notatUod aifdrills BaJ4 ortfc w tract. qnanet of laad,f Uln nonk wan:=;M gram ai .aaoI1a ........r. ,'

which rwses through Oat drtDkI shall Dot (O with th. coapaay to a., towshtr thlesea. oath. Th. dl.st and bw'' of
nfe et&lnlnr aDd maklA' ( flOOO &00.l Jm-- UUt..l. Jacksonville April ISth, and la the anneal lw, Mrt. Mo Uaat,.4 U Mario*rr :rFrt trtoi bribe leant variety t0 U orange .
for his bones Daf& man oxla 90th I&89O.A.NASU dla4 Prvpel11 1g 1..eld b srnlrrf:.. .... money, luul. of ,
water tort l pro -u.98DL Apply cq'rr ooampmnt April > er.e. i.. .. :. ,1. W. F. 11. WAri ,
affable livery ,, .
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JI1B OCALA: D'AIL. BANNER. -.Institute for the Blind, Deaf ami rent, which is tliatof little Martha I Tison, I i at four mills instead of three as at presUVi. j li f
Gainesville. Marion i I. ,. '. r all
Dumb at 8t. Augustine. county, :
OCALA:FLA.:, 4P1i1D,5IZSS3. While the attendmos at the institution for the sented by three scholars, Gary -'.pr"-1 I ) .' other recommendations! of who Governor tooK-

__ ..... blind deaf and dumb youth situated at pit. almost a mine, with vrtIftr :tive Fleming are that w-swwors
--- .0.- Awguitine, a IK* a* large as we could hope for, Ine, but as bright as a iivw silver dollar j the rriiMisof 1SS5 be paid, by the Mate,

P. E. HARRIS. Editor. It shows a gratlfjlng I Increase of this, unfortunate numbering at class.the and is making splendid piug-itm' in getting 1,f and "'....l..ral.Oo'ptment ; appnyriatioMforrotilimia'tion .'
time twentY-ooa ::
I It present s to I* regrett*. however, that there is an command of his tongue; Miw j of the Mate Teachers -:::::
I apparent want of appreclttlon: by parents and Jennie Stewart, deaf and very lor) artlculath'e. r Institute : the establishment of a Bureau WI.
guardians: the great benefits to be.derived of the by daughter of Dr. Stewart, the i of Immigration i ; inspection of I fertilizer, .
the youth of our :Mate who are well known Anthony most. moderate fee lerefor to be paid by the
of aheM sod hearing, by the attendance at physician, a a
I the scone Institution wl.lch. the $tate has provided fur winsome and lovely young lady of seventeen I seller that the Adjutant-General be required f.
their training instruction. Jx-prived ol those whose sweet countenance fairly to perform the duties! of Secretaryto tl\\
to the en oymeut
of senses lire which It is are all l h necessary .' n that they Hcetitillates with Intelligence, is making: the Board of Pensions ; a proper Ret4 1JIK
should hare the opportunity of that education remarkable progress. In her studies, and I salary for. that officer j reform of the road '
which Roe far to cupply such deierts of nature, is a fine musician. Tho third is the law by which persona: ) service aoulitbe

and will enables their] fellowmen them to enjoj, ** well Intelligent ai those communion Intellect. twelve Santos daughter of O. II. Farris, dispttnoed with, and protection of !game
\ list oi-cupatiomaud recreations which elevatethe late of bat now of Ocala blind, and pNnnage' birds., and commends' mental and moral nature and contribute to sassed by an operation performed when the favorable consideration of :'tie STS i
and UMefulucu.I OILS
happlnemt.The suciem roi.t attending ntment the methyl of'ln"t ruettUI four years old, not so advanced in her Legislature of the resolutions in respectto ,
( the deaf mutes, wocnby they are taught to, : studies, because she could not possibly codifying the laws adopted by the
articulate no an to convene and read aloud, i I receive at home the attention and instruction State Bar Association.Clioyilo\.
wonderful, u well as gratifying. I she receives at school. FAN
The above are the words of thechief|
--- -- I The names of the parties given or referred < OUT
of Florida. in his annual message Cor''
executive In
to, are those who can speakkuowingly *
Several cities ism Kansas have lt'male'' and tells' in a few words the nature of the school and the admirable Stock Sale at K. hoot & Company's A

mayors. __ __ of this grand institution for the instruc- beneficent and beneficial manner Stable. \Ve handle non! t
tion and amelioration of our unfortu- in which it is conducted for the the next Headquarters for.t'VRtG, i;
Both the Carolinas are becoming manufacturing should be heeded and promotion We will offer for,sale for
and ,
nates, of-the best moral and mental driving ,
States of those citizens of thirty days fifteen head of good v
taken advantage by training of unfortunate children.We than their )
much less

kindred children and work horses at PTBUC 84Cik': 1V
r The surplus in the U, S. Treasury last the State who with have the Infirmities pt noted. urge upon all parents and friendsin present value. Do not miss this opportunity .\
atllicted Marion county who have kith or kin, to buy good horse cheap. Our I
week was about $>OOOO. a
From personal other inspection members! of in the company State; whose life is almost a blank by the infirmitea terms are cash. J2.; ROOT & ('0; _\

I' Uoulanger has I -rt France and has issued with many at their late meeting In St. Augustine indicated, to lose no time, but Livery Stables:; Ocala, Fla.
press, see that the little ones are sent to St. -
manifesto from Brussels 3aprd&wlm
a desire to to all parents or
*e say Augustine. The younger children RO, \

hits have been rec: the construction friends who have instruction children sadly of this needii noble< the better, as they are more susceptible For sale by a gentleman who Is leav GIVKAJ
ca : to training ing. this conntry. five fully: paid up
of the 1or
mon and attention
State Tool, that the care shares in the Florida Produce, Manufacturing
children by Professor Park
; given the Address
centlpor1 Ix-esburg.
.A cyclone r ; through Terrell, his amiable and accomplished While there we had the pleasure of the Company at LE', lburil.
Maryland and New" Jersey and disinterested and the famous Dr. secretary "
wife and the zealous meeting hearing March 184 1.H. ; N>me ;dy has faun
labor of Miss King, is inllnately greater Alexander Graham Bell, of telephone : giving! away the !sect! i

A dispatch from Home nays' that the than that it is possible' for any parent or fame, who came all the way from Wash E. YOXGE & CXThe7)calaPium. .'..cured..................?.... j I II
people's feinting! tits have become more friend to give and bestow ort the same ington to inspect! the school and note the bets Call and examine their tine stock I
frequent of late. unfortunate, class at home. mode! of Instruction used by Professor and pet good work at reasonable prices ROWEl 1 h
The affection shown by the inmates to I Terrell and his assistants. d31declm
More than 2,000/XX. of the youth of their teachers is truly beautiful and affecting One reason of the' noted scientist's interest B: \

India are today receiving! an educationin and demonstrates conclusively in schools of this kind ''s becanse a. D. rULUCK. UMK;* CHACI 4ea'
the English language the kindlier that is shown to them for his beautiful and accomplished wife is a FULLER CJIACK, BTI
their welfare and instruction.The mute and he met and learned to love rAnd !

h The Tennessee legislature has passed building! is kept scrupulouslyneat her while he wan a teacher in the Massachusetts DESTISTS- ... ..... ........ \.1 I,'
the Dutch election bill, which embracesthe and clean, and the pupils are taught school for the deaf, dumb and Special attention Klven to Crown Bridgework, now the secret am 'ci'
Australian system of voting.At and requited to make their beds and blind, and the fair mute under his in Goldplaten: and all Hint-clans operation pertain- i erty and town talk, the
tug to the lh'ntaArt.. lea administered tor the : Ing quiet to w e ailiutt tl 11Jtd
keepttteir rooms in perfect order. The struction. palnlem extraction of teeth. Office In Flr i iNatonal t great! trade U ...
the New York Manhattan Club school is conducted on the principle of a Dr. Bell in his really interesting talk Bank liullding Oct 5 If ) ,
election, 1M fraudulent ballots were cavt.! home and its management aims to make paid that there were 33,000 deaf and u et
That shows the terrible\ force of habit. the institution a model of home trainingand dumb jiersons in the United States, and TO SELL TL 1

influence, and we say uiili,...i i- that or these 15.000 were of jtrhool asre, tST'Iolal
The Republican organ don't put very tatingly that t'i"\'! ann"ceei'm' : aim ,- but only 11,000( under instruction in the THE LOST CHORDI --AND-
bold head linen over the election news rnll v. different State institutions of the Union. \
I from the Ohio towns, mid from I'hicago. \\li.U- children of both revs are in- Thnt foreign countries showed s greater I Ask the Lo

llllUOH' lIx'V Hit* IIOIIMM.I! Hint' UlMMlrU-d, interest In their unfortunates thanAmerica I I
,' Another newspalerustngety'tnotliee.' | Mt'l'aratt'llIuIJwlI, and have their separate limey The percentage of at- i' Rest;" 'goods; ; and'lowest' : 'prices.
r II. (J. Drake, editor of the Advwvle, has tables. temlenw In the United States I is 05 |per I j fills our store with custom :
been named by the President for the The great need nf( the school is more cent. Florida with her :200 of school age! sure and read this splendid piece, household

t Gainesville postolTicp. room and greater appliances to instruct has cav 10 per cent. Dr. Bell thinks! WE ARE POETS
and make the teaching. of greater utilityto there should; be a law compelJin .the attendance WElfL
Major Bickham, of the Dayton ((0.,) the scholars. of deaf, dumb and blind children KB ach line will make your desire increase. at t
Journal, thinks that the !Senate humiliated The school could profitably utilize a of school age. t.. ,
the whole United States in rejecting work shop, to teach' boys the use of tools Wo had thought to let fancy take: a I ISN'T THAT GOOD ? ----... '.-.. .- ._. ha I 14
llalstead's nonl llaliun. Ohioans and make mechanic, of them. A printing flight through the magnificent; and palatial lie
think a great deal of Ohio and Ohioans. ollice should be one of its aids, as hostelry erected by Mr. lager, but N| ew Goods of all descriptions are a the idol I
f'lis' class of unfortunates take readily to on reflection desist for the best reasons
llev. Psalm !Small has about divided toP type petting, and Home become expert' in the world : Can't do the grand sublet Sateens of Every; shade Millinery k ye,
; and New York mid instead run fob Terrell says that time establishment in the State and outside of It, that Just pouring In our spacious store. ......................... and I IkeeF t10:
Congress in the Fifth Georgia! }District.It : of a basket", factory would in your life is incomplete and your trip of I Our Milliner I Its t' :

is wonderful how a man can degmer- time add revenue to the school), and observation in the State unfinished and' BEAUTIFUL ZEPHYR CLOTHS. : ....... ..:.. .; : : .1.1i writ! 0
ate. largely: aid in its support; for the osier void unless you go to the "AncientCity I i
willow .grows easily and every where visit its quaintress, and the finest hutelin i JUST FItuM'1 \
It is stated that Sir Charles\ Uugscll, over the State, and all classes of inmates the world It will be time and money I AI pretty u you ever saw 'c1 mart t

who was so conpicuouaas the attorney of could easily an learn to make well invested to stop at and Inspect the ... : With: :a Full and aJp''Mlf ]
the of the ready Fine Table Linen Towels Etc
Parnell in conspiracy case them, and a market found for gorgeous splendors and oriental" uiagnfi- ;
t 4 London Tune, has thirteen daughters, their sale.lIortku1trre. cenceof the only Ponce de Leon / }
\ so that he in far ahead of Chief Justice could also be be taught M, olre Silks, China Bilks and Surahs too. \ ,

.. Fuller In the possession of feminine and the products of the pupils' labor Tlmt.\nlon.
' wealth. quickly disposed of at home, if the The Governor's Message DAMASK TABLE CLOTHS DOYLERSI :: ...:..o .j!: Ttwiif': : I IooGOODS

ground had plenty of water to irrigateand The primary object of the public Giri ,
Every male citizen of Ithode Island is make their labor a success' Hat: to health legislation: of the extra session ndia Linen, Lawns and Coalite not few. ................. 1 J
;' t entitled to ,vote for the first time in the Bet in motion and make all three the Florida from
projects was to protect I people tl
', history of that tate. The recent amend disease but Embroidery Linen Plain an Stamped. EHooS1leflord's t
a success! and an assured! revel 1 ue to infectious and contagious ,

ments to the constitution have repealed the school, a larger appropriation by the Governor Fleming points ont that it will ...... ... ....
nualirloations, and thus enable ............ .
| shades In Henriettas
property ,
legislature: is needed. The IIl'hoolnow receives perform a hardly lew important mission! \j ew pretty sight to see I 1 t
have hitherto ; stand, ppp
7CXX\ citizen, who Old
over K',000 a year. It should have ten In restoring the confidence of the coun
I been disfranchised,, to cast month.their ballots and in five years, if the proper means try at large in freedom of our State from Hamburg Embroidery and Fine Lace, :11 f r
at the election there next were taken to bring In the unfortunate all such diseases. How necessary to our i --

children of the State so as to receive the prosperity is it that the world should &\ each line of Drew Goods the nicest tbeTmUllt hmu r.
The' Kentucky Court Appeals hasjust tenfold benefits, the instruction they have such an assurance is shown In them ( be ..................................- t -
., decided that the proK| 'rty which would receive under the present able fact that ten of steady and rapid I I
yearn Ribbons all ::::::
a woman has bou herself paid for with and eilicient mode imparting( instructing advancement received its first check by i Shades SWiiUli, 131. RED
money earned by is liable forF3' we are satiHtied\ the scholars wouldbe the epidemic of last year, and that already :::::: u1
the debts of her husband What is almost world having the line of did ...
self-sustaining. the assuranceits Flnel& -
GlDbAfUIhat you ever see, -
,,t needed in Kentucky as well as The State re<'OInlz6IIand makes liberal best, thought and skill" demanded, the ...-....-.......... .--- faa
many other States, is a littl! emore common provisions for the education and training removal of the retarding causes is appa- LADIES' AND CHILDREN SHOES

'\ sense and considerably less com- through our public school' system, of the rent, and we may hope to see progress a !I f OF STiMEANSTGOODST
mom law. of land who ffj b Just step In and try us;sea If it will not .. .. ..
youths our enjoy all the resume its former rapid gait. -- ...............
faculties and senses to perfection, with The matter of most serious moment to --
". Andrew Carnegie is one of the .most which nature has endows) them ; then the State, aside from the paramount consideration --ol'a GOODS ARE FIRST QUALITY.jf .- ?
liberal millionaire in the country. lie how much Is it health is found in
greater our duty to see of public a .
s has given the people of Braddock, Pa., a that the deaf, dumb and blind of our the Governor's statement that while the ceed I your expectations on the spot.Beautiful ---..--...ANDJ.i. ....... .-
A handsome building for a public library, land are given every advantage to repair > present rate of of taxation will yield for .. -..... ofm
and stocked it with 2,000 volumes of strengthen, improve and perfeU the years 188'J and 1890. 1740,000 In rev- Figured Cnalllcs, 6c per Yard -.i.--.i.i
good books at a cost of 110000. His their impaired faculties, and add to their enues. the fixed charges to be met from i .
r5 extensive steel works, which employs a usefulness as citizens by providingmeans this revenue for this period of two rears -I-II i GeI

i large Braddock.number or operatives, are locatedat of making them selfsupportingwen amounts to 1\17.000.53\ : foreshadowing a -Also a fine line otGENTS'JDLOTHING- ..-...-I...........-....,.......... ft'm
and women ? Ewry tie and consideration deficit of I177.90rt.53. This results from

of duty and humanity plead I several causes. Wbile the legislature ---T' :ru.1.

,+ Gen. J. D. Wall,,President of the Florida with us to see that the unfortunates of has been adding: to the fixed charges --..--.-....-...,.

I 't Senate, and lion. J. 1.. Gaskins, our State are so aided and a-.siatud. We under the new Constitution, legislation: Shoes, Hats and --..... .._......._..\
Speaker of the House, do not see the wish every' member orour present legislature seems to have been in the direction of Furnishing:clouds at tfirtl
fitness of a Presidential candidate receiving coulll pellOnaUy inspect and fully diminishing the revenues.' The adoption -1- \ f
'S 98,000 majority of the popular) Inform themselves or the wonderful work of prohibition to the extent that it VERY LOW TIIICES. a=1I 1 oil
vote without becoming President. The that It being! done at the St Augustine now prevails has reduced the income -1- :- -I

office of Presidential Elector is a supur* school for the dealt dumb and blind, and from that privilege from $180,000 (In 1887 I .. .
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flnoos appendage that can be admirable the greater possibilities for the Impart. to 191.000 In 8S8, WJtl) decreasing revenues -
..dispensed with lag of Information, by the school enjoy. the expenditures' nave been increased ---P---........-.......... \
ing greater facilities and wa are confident by the cost of the constitutional I M .FBRE b

Dakota was recently swept by a storm they would willingly l and cheerfully convention in 1885) $MOOO, ; appropriations HARNETTHOUSESAVANNAII ; ......---.,.. -.--
of:fire and,sand., The following item appropriate anT reasonable Amount to t(*agricultural and military schools : : :.: : ._..._. ......,........... -
/If ,'.will1' ghre-'some" Mdfa of the immense enlarge the school's field of usefulness 24,500 5 Normal school, $3,000 } Deaf, rf

t .d.\u e &fI'e-y. .tfre6latesaltllA> !' 110.apetdal .'kt1Wu ,..on... Ilhe oolarmatiUatbtyirls..dli n.n- Dumb\> and Blind Asylum, $5.000 the .. I j i .
.A1t }wit"" 'Mi'lt3eut'and made song J kritit an" .. ...waa t
In Aberd".D&t.ydt fit ; Teadlc'Cregtstttutetil,6d-' ,.a !: MtH 0 j j1 I OCALA'f.! '
!v. "'" "j..u>, the eounty eat' "of> $K- ..t"r on the admirable manner in which it was expenses' of the Haiti oad ,Commission, 'didy t dti.I 1 b
countjrthlrtyflT; miles' northwest o* done was a perfect revelation and surprise $10,000; pensions,$30,000; criminal prosecutors -1- "
Aberdeen was .visited by a prairie tire to all the Indies of our party pres $t10o00, ; outlay for Stale troop( GEORGIA. ,
during .yesterday's' whirlwind. Sixty cat,*W. oould instance otber wonderful $12,000, making toUl of $Id fOi) addedto ;.J. '. .
dwellings 'and' business houses were acquirements by the scholars, but apace the'annuaTexjienses since the present .H'--'

burned at a loss of 160000. C. W. Old I bids ns;.to hasten tm. rate.of taxation'"'aI adepted. Added to : : : : :: :, ...:! lrI'"kLD11Talb SE;
and Thomas Warrell were lerriblv Tbe fulw ,of the school are that, all the actual decrease of uJ'I\"oditurH.de- t LlWITi'AIW *KJJr.
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burned), and couriers from the d.mo childre-iare free, fed clothed creasing taK returns-.from faulty assess 'i -rr
' !Ilhed'Y&11ae' say fhei.cannoL.,live, I and UngBt at the expense of the State, uent makes I a. present.deficit, to meet -

k morn{11 ',Tie urrounding coon farm\ 'imrilv statement of the parent with the'State most .borrow money im I rtedan Wen. 'wake: asset'Cut ORATES jr
1 nearly ieyastaied. Hundred pf that tneyfare not able to pay for same, mediately. Authorisation to. negotiate a 'd..1.
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house are In ashes and the bones of and but d(the number present, & loan is recommended by the Governor, il. l
i burned animals are lying about the one two-third of whom are white only while to provide for the future, he REDUCED'TO "1 17mehtL F

,, road." expenses are borne by toe pa recommends that the tax rate be fixed "i\... _

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This V'laExpostion."f I'owoliyual! Hortici/1/1 and Agric 1turatlroc.ll1l'tK of Florida] ;a'd'her soils, timbers, woods, minerals UlHtli\'o stock, and in addition articles .'i
h, manufacture-and product::a"i.intern from all states and coup I Entry is open to the world! for the display of its products.. No ch.irge. for entries nor : space} for tho product or j

I The tmes: : Ftfrimtttal't'ine", !! for. ill1l'fO' nt anddevelopment of products' indigenous to this section has' been locatod contiguous to our exposition! ground
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tot ) GEO. r UIWV. resident. WM. FOX, First: Vice-PrwidenU DR.|III. KNIGHT, Second Vice-president ,.:;.

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ir -1igFiis1/ National, iIa11. Tlic' Merchants'' National Banl Ic{ Anti 1 Mono-THK-oly 0-- Drug ,'t:.t.

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1 ""t $150,000,. SURPLUS' l':'.. 'M150.OO 41411411 ESS OF'sTOcK
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2TYRE.. CASI- R. Bnrtg now tilabhtled \n our nnc and fkyant Jiank bv\Unty.\Lit art prepared to guarantee -(Loct d next door to rirmjNulon B nk.)
Y ntwfact\on to all. 1 3m SUMA :..
$7 "p.OO Grnerbl JJanhng iunnat trantacied. Exchange bovyht and told. .,4'
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!I/II! .l .'V'making Collections ort Aicewible poln1&.i f .
.l1e of# W :. ( to our custom' consistent with safe -OFHARDWARE- ,
.i 1 W'lrfr: ryvurtt""'and I .lNr .to
", and! un-fiil! ) attention to aL! I ne81l'entruatoo to as .
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err ACCOUNT and all buslrsf In our line and'Ve'.c. F. DUN,
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vatloiul Bank, w York, N. Y.; SasliDoorsflhinJ. J
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portb' Bank of Georgia. Say .
dentli in all important;cittafttt thd!fiPest.t ., : \ AT.iJ. '; ,I
. t Cat"'pJ COIlIlERl'ONDEN7r; j y
ot Bpt national Park Bank of New York J/atxrKt fVatugwlant ;'
detf National Bank ol..8".hj< 4./9. >*' j of f"""Botton.; A. E.L1 ?C
n lAuiml1f o.If.. f1** pny, 2
TEJMA lurl Zoutvt74r r tBREWER&'oo
11ON w v
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W. W. CONDON'S .. -
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Street, OcalaFm., : f .
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_The .._...._.............. ...E,,,. ,...... .--.v+--.... _lJfo} PLAGE TO: FIND :JHEM P .. ...C't.:' 'J't.. ..._ I I
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I rj Y,"";' as r'r4A.'NWi 1MM+ m1hYlittJ. II1 ta/LT : Work.cRhotnafier".,.,.,frai. ocu end Wa&cb4.0tI&rud. !. _....AN.-MWwrt 1.' .'.:.. rt. *:> ."-4*..1',1 t' t lliW I :w tl1nr'g.l' '
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s L.THE... DAILY BANNER. ; i in f Lake Si i Hotel

yi 1 Subscription Rate. 'JiiiV"iI' c cM
P 81x r Montb An hum.. r.. .. 2 "IWe 2""5.\ nulit ; O I I

Three_. Month!. I 2.\. \ 'O1 :

Advertising Hate Flat

# ,-. =.--. -- = SO. Lake sir ,
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81ze l Jr.16 I m. I 13 III 11n1.11 I wll I once ..
l.t. f fumn ,. 11iW hjT t.ei is Ito IAI j 8 00 -1 r II'" .'
r. 175 Inl NI, 1* (Vi+ 5 enl 1 V) J II r y A.- I Sixteen: miles K ltk of oc\whole;
1 1.11\\ M-1 W') 10 on'! 2 M) l no the
: Inches 61'' 3r) IPI 7 "Wl I 175 i| 71 high bluff overl ttf <.'
1 Inch =-: 311" =- 40 .. I! 4.MI+'! i r.1 4iw ".... \ ( f' \"' of ''Beautifu e lvei>.,3|

1.o!.AII.IOrentll rr line .' '

.;. -- .- f -4.. .. | HCK '' MEETS t1. TRAILS '.

4 t For farther Informatloneapply. al'-m8' or .(. X. ., pt. I-. -I

4t adcretII:' 1 ; and
0' < 1
Hiislmw Manager: 4. 'Lao iag
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SOTICB. | Transient Rates $| m l Olo $3.00$ per

...., Weekly R ((10.00\ and
t- Day. s
Special and tfrticrnl IM\M" fur ilio ) =:: _
International and f Hcinl.Trrrtdeal l lKX Location -
Upwards acco ato!
4 |>onitlon During thr Month of .
April. I Iai of ols.

It Is ttzntil bet\vt' the 'IIIelllf'ra Address
t'nta of the FIC.&NIo.nnIthnJT l 2" 'nU Q
4 T'r ; H. Ji :- w
A. K. \\'. Co., that on f' pccial county Ila8tilt" r 1 ; I i 'laDa.-r.
reduced obtain I for ,
tate poly joint \ l. teof Park A\"enut'llo Nerork aodpU'
from jive territory of th gi J\uli county. : ( ton House, Niagara FalWEffi" .. fy
whiluon pcMiprnl days tlio rule nto rood r ,

for any point in the Mate on Ulrwr'm*. Open A car.,

Herrmmln County and savannah" Da\-April 4th, penern!. .*' -- -
1lariol1'OlllIty public school Day- '.
April <>th. $ C3E. f.. f ("" e .. f.

April 8th. toll and 10th will devoted '. .4 I. ..... t .t '
+:' to the display ofrpHtal! 4J, ., .' _

; If ;!I>yy and .Nassau! nys-\l'ril llth ::. A
gentral.r ; ; --UD8: Lll-
; Dental )1I\'cntlon-\Iril 11th, don- weesrk: a

era!. Also a grail! touroarueitt, :
The various preJiiltiwM w III awarded -.1 I wclrL 1 J
including the tl/MU; offered h> Snator '' t f \ ,
Dunn on April :2", ;>tli. "
Grand (romerl will Le |}:(EI\II every / ,
Sunday afternoon from J.30 to ;5tA1; ). t : '
Our special) alchlPlllllllattrltl'1 features : # : IN t
will he annniiiiivd from HUll! to tune.

J.O. CI..,H"F., (>m. \\'. \\'II.eN, +" '.
Sed.tarV.. 1'resident. : ': "'\i ,.' ., -oIicpstll'iII.Z
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i'II. Manager\ .
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WERA llm'\'IHlno.: A HNAI JIf:
I U treeofforw.looiirt r'iuU'nd by' the lion .I'
r: J. .'Inlt')'.Juhru flf the ('IJ''ul1"oUrl. tu and. for I -Loc.( \tEIi 0(: W I'Jr s! tI) 'QUARE3m3tsl)-
Marion County: .'1".. on the nth Uy of tttniaryIKK' '
*, wuinlul waaAf'I.IIIII'.1 l biKdal )Iaoll'r in. !
arenalncauw' therMnlndtRbetweenHENR1':
a :\I. HOLMKS ct al l. 1I1C"I'utorli *.f the RlHteo( I irLAND -
THOMAMJ! FAHTHfK, d'pva.ed, at onwJato+ i
ant*. anrtrtKrtlMiKW' l.\<>\*' ( al. an dtftiKl: :
aulf.J,will', offi-r at t'Ulilliul I.. nvoPAr.jtrxTri TITLES I IL II

In front of the court lioiMflooi; I"ihi&;: Florida -
within the 1t'1C1I.1 hoiire sad Nell toltir hlghest bidder fi'llU" -I L.J? fl.,,
fur ra h. th' following I Icurrllnsl sal proper IC -'
!ty, situated In Murlnii onuntjr, KlnrLU i to wit ; I I TIlE: tDAua
The rait half of the "'Utl..ft t ijaarter of wrtlon .. J I f'I' t' BEACON"
five, and north"et>t quarter of northeaat quart| r. : f J !i
my Ion' eiKhl4 aU tu iowiuhl[>fifteen wiutb. ranK i :' I I't : !ii' .t ABSTRACT cO1f'An. \
twenty'U>.neivl. .(x>ntalB..iK ('ne hiniflr andy f /M; f | f. ; I J / l .
twenty a< n. more or Iris .. ( ? I 0. r ;'. ... -
(The aUi\e sale' In ptetponrJ until Minilay, I. I l
y Mayftb, l&xt.! 1\ 1I1E PLACE 10 GET .THE FACJ&
Marl t1 ;? P
Hpeclal MaulerUMlEK .. ,
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M.o TEU'Y MALE. L1 I.. .. .h ..' 'i-!- o | OFFICE, .. .. !0CA61Ifoceg:

AM BY 1't1tTt'E OK A FINAL, DK- .
.r"ft'oIl tare ren t ley, Jur Marlonrouuty mt
yr HorlJa' on the J< Hi day ol' March, A. U .... -- -- --
1"\lllIu'\IIIfI.b ....III.J.AH\. U'.U.I.ACr.rf. :. : ) *
eh LOT(
? are flefundanu In iel was ai "
1 polfltS4 | Jal Mairrl :m tft.IC alw I at publla K0T E. B. RICHARDSON
oitriTMth.ronrt hunw. f'ltItII'' In Otala Florida, I FOR ; LO0 1 FOR ,
to the bb guest bidder fur ruh.on.t0VIIA1' --TUB--*&,

+ .N.I )' lTll A. l>. fs '. I i $25.00. I : $25.00.

the following' Ilrllt'rltll'.0-\\It: (>nnaw .......................... .. ...... .... ... .. .;.. hinestLtvvey iniTlieCity.
mill ymapleir; ODe toller.t(lnt! eiKlDei and :::.=::: = .. -- : :..::; --- -- 1
two tin'plh/ mill mr' 1j'I ST lot"lc at Rink dirliiK", Marlon, coin it y. Kit &iTJ to ...... .. -0LEAUING.8 -
wltlafy "sail Una::. ) dvcrwJOKHKJsT. : PT-Hls.; *T'(' is7bPtiN( ; :;() f "' ;IIi lT'Y; : A
Jvo U''on ptalnanti! L.RuEL'1soN.r *';). '<'Ial shawli .-...-.................,"............-................,.........................-.................'................-.................................-...-........... n___.._.._...:._ .T.\.BLF.
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BY VIRTt'K' OF A:>; I'X/'tt'TIOX: F J+tlF.D The iirbt ni the field New Seini-TropioU addition to the City of Ocala And, n'8 new addition McK T

of the sirtuit court In and tar Marlon adjoins the Semi-Tronical Exposition grounds. Three hundred lots now offered at.82ftich, for thirty days ARCHITECT
county, Florida. bearing tbedalo of March AND U1tDRR
I.t. :
A. IS V**, wherein 'I'. J. MitHS and U A. onlj. The property is elevated and overlooks the city. South street U now being grad to the property ,
DWFLLFY.paruumrtotuu' liumntiM In the aria The line when completed will add 100 cent. to the value of
proposed dummy DESIGNS
naro..of MYrKS: ." |II\UUY.: are plalntitla, per eyy lot. Lots can bo AND ESTI TF
and \\IUIAM. K. Mct.AIUOAN.. aJtuhitMratorofthe paid for on the installment plan, if 11c il't'(1. No commissions. no agents ; buy direct fromner The editorof I Furnished on, ApplloStlo --.

fondant o I uof have A levtcit 1'IUTE.: UllOli and. UetcaMxl,,1II11t'1t at U|>ut Uo->- the BANNER will select lots for non.re idl ut8. "Get in on the ground floor" Plat ci be seen at office of 0 -

lit outcry to the hlghwi t bl'l 1der for cars at thecourt II. I. Anderson or address II. L. Anderson.: Lock Box 1L'5, Ocala Fin ,) \ :
huuMudtHir In i>uilat Marlon (ouuty. "'Itlrl.d OrnCI-Rr.sIDENCK t j ; (n
onduilnjt --. ------- __ I I .!.I.t.b)&.
; .110.4'I.t r. .Nit ) ,;1771 ':Jtl. OCALA nit
l the leiral hours fur ak, the follow I I IIIK par| IHKLAFAYCTTi' }: ': IIOI'SE.JACICMNVILI.E :.
I eels ol lands and their ariptrtenancra, In Marlou THE OCALA m) USE
county alorenald. towit The utheat quarter. .
-f aiorUttaktMuaeeioX, KfcUoii tuentyir-ae'wn 1/7)) I
1.rnlhlpstI /cuI; A.) wroth of rutgawent-two BRbKAlY
( *.,sad the wl Mhwe.t' quarter .f nordlwr'st FL.i- I. J. i ,
; quarter, and theea.t half of northwest quarter. } I .
z less twenty (.it) acres on eaxt Mde of motion J '
ejity-Us (J8)), of township ilxttf (I1ti., south of .Centrally located ou Fonrth "turret between '
range tw\nnrvtwo:!!) eaat.ix.ntalulnif In all one Oye&u .nd flue. tfu TIlE MARION Jr .
hu aiid, lonjr lII"fI. Hal4 tuoi<"'ity bran. The Leading Hotel of City COUNJY:
uU Malt < ;laic eeotton and C1UIota. AtrllJ: OPEN .
t r lAsl. !fK.TlLUAM8.phertff. .
JAI :: McCuMXilt. Att'y fit I'l ff sacra>l ..> \ \ .
-- Under new MAiiiKfiuent, t"innlal Imlnoeinentiauj -Nn---- \ ( b
JAMES It. MOORUKAliTY reduced rues to perraaarm fuMRS OFFKB8 TO THE PUBLIC A. .MlfSOF .
f. M. H \KDKN.DRS.G.H.&J.C.! I'roprk'\- R.


I.iT' ;ii L '&i iUltYYYOk.: :: YIN :B A 8PCIALII'I \
... PERINE = -k
.. 1Repainted l---i Idjal5m I-n'
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.. -I- BHU Resident Dentists. ; 'IYPL
It now located In room J. R. E. Yong A <0...'. .J" i r .
+ MW bundtor.. or-poalt Monteiuma JIoteL Hare MXRCOANTV NATIONAL BANK BUILDING I Inside'and Out"! -4. ,
root land located ibefmv you build your 1mpr .
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A o r menu. My aJU ", open to ooou t by OCALA FLORIDA : (' IiA t. i\
two or more eompvUBt bane: en. I uae the beatInatrumenU I : I -AlfD- -HERE 1
and theortftnal bid note In Ill my .All bunches of denU rJ. Teeth Ailed and ) '
"' work. Parties desiring mj aenJoeean address me preeenud. Root erovned with poroelaia or MM '" -. ... '. .. ?.?....... II '
14 Ocala, or call at my offlc*. Xatlmate on Kail- : Arttadal seta n. se.l.nUII.a NC. .:... Offertog to the public theflBeiitUM r- *.
road avrrey*orb tutxltTWo*f large tracts Into Itelotll's'gld4nudr1 u nodentM..... REFITTED TSORffUGHLJ ...._-.....-_._......_ ,
town of ka WITH ELEQAMLAWK [ '"'
kst99mcbtf i
dir maxHa
w dl J OOR ''L 6IAt t TOOT* lewnq I..ca<T __ __ fffiNITURE, FLORIDA '

..... """ ... ....I4J41J1OOL .... t a.s..r.. 4" ;.. CURIOSIfESFAri_
.JIt$ : .. :. J. I gad

's l ec.rt 4 1V t Ie 1 vfoTICK 18 IIKREBY GIVEN 81ALFD i AND, STATIO. ...
tacAit ai svtiiroar 1> bids for erectlnftheOceJalllctt School Bulld- I I r J
tog win be reoelTtJ by the Tnu4 a rf the Ocala m MOKET MttNDS
4 r Zoeata Ajaew A oarl.Block, OCALA. Hifh School until April I-. 1W. Flan and OPTIC='UPPLLlfB.ASiAeMIFCr iq''
pecUoAUooa bow ready a* the office *f T. J. I II -
a T1NM1..YM fMI': .s III n.taawtul."q no.&. aKchmoC .Th.VnuMea ,...,.. the .Hr.tleceDfTejeottDf ... .: .._ .M..l. I 1
1> any a.aU bid& Honda for (alga- 1 ?
I .. rl r .. fuFperlbrr.uao r conUact to be flren. Send la _. !.._...A_lull.Line of.llagadnle. tM erTalways .
1 i t! bide '
r 1 1rUt'8 f tW. t- t* r. t HARRIS,
I : r 1_" P.t CUalmam B.*rd TnwUee Ooala Blab IcIIaG.L LAT 8. CifY '
the plitc to buy' rlM.II. tteal>-W)(. POX.Secretary.U i Foa TaD AwL rot : :i( : : GEO. D. DUY KUAla.
7cnAUAj, Proprietor. .r realthg Wits extended.t+4 A;Hl ,..... I "
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d loess IS, II, U tlbd la, wjl t .I .., I 1' 1111f1/ -I OCALA KEW8' DCFVT.W... tat a... \


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