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Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala daily banner
Daily banner
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Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Banner Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Ocala Marion County Fla
Creation Date: April 11, 1889
Publication Date: 1883-
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
daily (except sunday)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 17, no. 12 (Aug. 25, 1883)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for 1884 later called new ser. vol. 2.
General Note: Editors: T.W. Harris, F.E. Harris, C.L. Bittinger.
General Note: Description based on: New ser., vol. 2, no. 14 (Dec. 1, 1883).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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CITY & COUNTY
INTERNATIONAL AND SEMI-TROPICAL EXPOSITION "Uncle 81" and the Mustang. Anthony.

Quite an amusing incident occurred a Correspondence Ocala BANK..IB. DIRECTORY.CITY I .

few days ago! in the runaway of a Texan A meeting of the Woman's Missionary

mustang. with a colored rider on his Society was held at the church in honorof OFFICERS .
back. lIe began running east from Mr. the dedication of Mils Ella Tydings

Agnew's store towards the Merchants to the Missionary work. She leaves in Clerk-S.yor-lr.A.Tho Bullock.M P..Gary

f) v National Hank, and at Hhf'inal1' r'. became about two weeks to go to the annual .nh l-O. E. nail ,
perfectly unmanageable! and was meeting of the Southern Hoard of Missions olll't'tOI'-F.: I*.u..IIIOII. Q

.t, Hying swift as the wind, the rider attempting which meets at Little Kock. Ark., AnM_>r--P.R.K.R.Mclvrr.TiTMurrr Hnowden.. Si

to turn the corner at Benjamin Theneshe expects to procwd to her (ItT Attorney-Oil* T. Ur* n.
A Fox's but only enough to direct the work (Irr Mexico., Her" maay friends! are llviMcnt of ibuuclWnO.: K.: Dunn

horses head to the entrance of the fiscal grieved to part with her, yet they can IVwrd of Alllt'rm..n-J. K. imaij..K.J U Agnew'
A.
Ijii Institution, which the animal observing but be submissive to what they believe Nmlih,11. W 'l hundler John I. Llrown and W. .eoN t.J: S

made, frantic eflorts to May his headlong to be the Divine call and she goes for hall k
himself all-fours t+nitary; Inipecbir-W. T. King. I
r __ career, bracing on 'His Name's k6.tt
11hies \ and sliding over half the street across An Easter: service will he held on COUNTY OFFICERS.County .

the bank pavement to the very door, Easter: day at the church at Anthony. A Judre-kleh) McOlI\a b1. 't

11i touching his nose against its french plate by the children of song! ana roo- Count r Cltrk-. It.' A. MilUT.SheriffK. .
T. \\lllUma.AiwMMir
glass as he came to a dead) haltBut as Ration will be presented. Each: is asked -J. C. Mlhewi.follwtorlt. .

FCsi i f, the animal was skating over the |w ve< to bring! a thanks otiiering, which will T. artmann.. Cltra. ..
.. -- I lueut '{ Uncle Si i.tt who) is the indispeu heo: placed lu the charcti building! ./und. TrrMun-r$. R. VjKut Public\es. In. uetton-M.L.
> eudeut' of {
1. Bible factotum of tneVtintV without sacred concertvwillt t
On[ Easter night a' Paine, Klomlnifton. r
most J S I t a.' whose mascot proclivities institution be t given. Those desirous of hearingsome bunt) CommUKloncr.-It. w. 1.0 n1f."W... \\'it"n w
Nab would not flourish as it does I had! come good: music are invited. Program rnunhwn, M. 11. Ktiu K.U. iVrrta, W. '

d1 IIlIers out of the" bank, turnt'd.and shut the will be 'given: next wek. A rare opportunity llamatu The'I'ontuy, Conimlutonrra meet time nritiMon-: K

J door, and fared about to walk off, when to hear good music will be ottered. any In every month. ,
: the with his tKli MillhMtnt r. K. T.V.rtm&nn,
snorting nose On'I'his -
mustang of Minnesota
Ir"Iullt'n
C Mr. and lIurlal r
1, strlll"ic.1i ,,. PENED'AT OCALA, FLA., JANUARY :9111, 1889. M. H. MOMT L DurUo
he vis-
shoulder and! at
4a so appalled started North last week much pleased :;:-'rtm tr month
.... nch(>ol first Monday In every
-- ---- Ilion that he sank to the Pavement, exclaiming
{< : with their' Southern visit!
'( ;" fF HOME NEVis More Than Pirated. : "For de Lord's i Iwavs beena Mrs. Taylor and. sons start North this COUNTY BOARD OFHEALTH. 4'IRPRIdemIPt ,0'I'i.'.
BkOOKSLU FLA., March 4 1889.
Christian." The thought had evidently T. I'.Unry. '
Illinois.
Oca'' week to their Northern homo in .
: 111 To the Editor of the planner : t"nh" >"'II'1Undl'! ( Si's" mind that Uelie- l'tol.'I'\'tarJ-CAl't.. U.: H. Klchanlwm.McmNTtDr. Mewri.M. ,tJ
seenk U. A. Smith, Anthony,
iUI ING KB,City Xdltor.cII I am Just in receipt of your Issue of bob on home" back had made a sudden Willie Smith, son of Dr. I). A.Smith H. MUMT anti D. U. Irvin. ;i:.r.J

k f ed,1, the aid inst, and am more than delighted and unt'xllt'l'IPd.all for him, but MM"wasn't i left last week lor Lake City Agricultural BOARD OF TRADE. :

1: il' '-. -- 1 ( .nl"Y"be. jeweler at the interest you have taken in our quite ready to jro. College, and already has been planed in I'rc.ldent-J. F. Dunn. jJ
dSfebtd
Aug, struggles and the masterly manner in I Uncle Si" was .HO frightened and bewildered the cadet company compete for honors Vice rrt-sl.lfnl-H. A. Weathers.Hwrptarir 5
1 : ; lament dap.Lone which von have handled the subject. I that he seemed to spread out at Jacksonville this week. Arthur -Win. KOIlioArd {. 1

9a FTI.: I" J.j The editorial has the right ring and : like one of the immense french' plato I Pugh also,, started to college: with him. rater Jno.of
y left for St. Louisa tutt n" in it. Your town will be i bene-' : panes of slans in the windows i and slide I All young pt
.. fitted more by the extension of the S.' S. out to the pJo like a sliding door, andso to muted: themselves! with the society ASSOCIA.
of 1Dun 0..L G. than Brook8\ie, and your getting outof the way of the animal of Christian I Endeavor It will be BUILDING AND LOAN '
3Sv \ at noon today so our bright and enterprising.: citizens only need wl.o waas badly broke up as Undo of 1 pleasure and benefit. T1ON. 5''
_ elowi itto F glance at the tilt this a Httle direction and education in the Si" from the enervating ellecU of the Miss "Edith Meadows has purchased I'n'tldrnt-. II. Wllinrr.

matter and they will take hold. fright is just recovering. an elegant new piano. She will fill the civtary"h'.I'n."Ie andelou,it. Fox. ;, .. -.

tii morning were alive To say that I was surprised at your place occupied now by Miss J TydingH after Hoard ot Dlrt-cl<>r -J. T, I. iicaiter. Isaac Stephens
ni atte mely dressed and magnificent Exposition is putting it Well Rocked her departure, that of teacher of I. Drown, M. "1'1",1, A. r:. Uclouctt U. D. k
r pl i : ter? ally l caparisoned.IJbwa mildly; I was astonished end expressed The indefatigable and untiring worker, tmiMC. Uchartai and K. A. liurford.

l and myself! so. Not only that, .hut I told J. O. Clarke/ Secretary of the SemiTropical Vegetables' aro plentiful at present, OCALA RIFLES.

r Ur ,1 41L formerly of thisoVjLeeeburg several that Ocala would profit by standing Exposition, whife quietly enjoyingthe pecially cabbages, though: the cabbage. C..uln-Oeo. A. NaihMwt 'f
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ati are in the by such men as inaugurated and successfully blessings of domesticity at home crop will not oome up to the expectation Mt>utc nant-R. H McCounell.Second : .
eons i tma and the Exposition organized the Exposition! and last evenng.and engaging in a social game of many. lieutenant-'ii. K. Williams. _

4 i; '.' similar enterprises. Mr. Anderson said of"hearts" with friends, was stolen upon W. W. Jones, ol Cincinnati, spent several Foray Mcinl> n. 4
BeJdick, the substantial well, didn't we stand by them? 70 by Professor Colby's celebrated Expo"i.I lll&\'sin town last week Mr. Jones FIRE COMPANY. ,(
erebant of Brooksville, is days after the thing was first talked of, I tion !Hand and tendered a complimentary has a host of friends here who were ChU-f-T. t>. I..anriiNtrr.horvman '

: bit \0.bls mother and the building was up." That's right, gentlemen serenade. The surprise having glad: to HOe him First asalstant-lame; Maurice Klirinaufr.I Yul:k, f
,v + ; stand by your brains and ener passed, the band was invited in and refreshments A missionary meeting' wax held in the" Remand awiliiUiit-. (1.I Marshall.Hwmary ?'
_ i' itfl of the Ocala Graded gy and the OCALA DAILY BANNER will served, after" which the mem- Baptist church Sunday night, and was -J. II. Mallett.

; fat lay receive and make I grow[ and pros)er with the rest. But always hers of the musical organization presented thoroughly enjoyed by all. Twenty-live meintH-ri.

i # the, ,construction of our I remember' that by helping weak to Mr and Mrs. Clark each a Strawberries are yielding. an abundantcrop HOOK AND LADDER COMPANY

use.? :, neighbors, like ourselves for example, splendid rocking chair, so that when the and are! of line quality. It IM rr ald nt-Al>tam I'ttlinrr. a
wf a you help yourselves.Good Imposition is over and the nand returns thought that the time is not far distant hnrrmanllki llents.

l O.ena., the accomplised II health, long life and prosperityto home, they can sit and rock and dreamof when this will be made one of the leading A..IIl.&o\-WI'II. RitbardMon.
4 you. OTTO C. BL-TTERWKCK. the delicious music they furnished all industrial of this vicinity, so far they Twenty wemlJur..
Iayeling'correspondentof I who would lend their car. have proved profitable. TULULA LODGE, NO. aa, I. O. O. K.MeeU .
dgood" 7tmu-Union is in Arrival at our lintels
f C )Heiress for his admirable While the splendid( serenade wan a Rev. Crurnpton will till his regular, appointment [ every TUflll1l1' eveulnW *-.J)
f MONTKIUMA, Apr. 10.-C. G. Jones, surprise and appreciated{ the in the Uaptiit church next H. balllc, N. (i.
w Ocala ; II. B. I'r l'eJew Orleans ; II. F. racking chair episode cradles the givers I Sabbath. W. M. ri>nili", secretary

'eadi all the South in being CtwartTampaFla.; Mrs V. C. Brewster, more deeply in the hearts and affections' I An entertainment will\ lie given Friday All) vIMtluK brothers CJOI'\Uallrinlted.

fd.to woman the right to Miss Florence Brewster, Bartow, Fla.; of the recipients evening at the residence ot A. Pifer' OCALA CHAPTER NO. 13, R. A. M1
F. B. Hannah, Umatilla, Fla. A. Enloe.
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school under the of the Methodist
of
e superintendent. Glendale, Ha; O. I' Hook, Fruitland Nina NIII let I,. llrown'H Opening. ausi.ecies| 'kal.l'halLer. No. 13, k. A. M. Couvouattoui
goe ont who' to hold the church. The proceeds. to be uppropria' flrot Monday night In every month.H. r
>d bless her. Park, Fla; J. W. Graham, Braidentow, Ocala's tillable and accomplished milliner ted to the church building.! All who at W. LONO, 11. r. ,
old Upc Fla.; F. \V. Merrin, Plant City: BenPruch J. H. issue, Hfcrctary.PRESBYTERIAN.
,' Miss .Mittie' L. Brown, gave' her tt'nlll11ay eXI|>ect to enjoy the evening.
ore received this morning; Fort Mason, Fla.; J. II. Stump, formal opening' )'esterday, and the throng Anthony was well represented at theSemiTropical CHURCIUV. '
Georgia ; Ed. L. Owens, St. Augustine ; oft attired. ladies who Hocked last week' of {
'x$5010 tees of the Ocala Gradedebaildingbuttwoof legantly to many our W. II. UOTWALI, I'MtOf
J them George J. Owens, Umatilla ; J. (!. Newton her emporium all day long to inspect prominent citizens; went in to view the I
8nliliaiti\
wrvlcvi
tt at 11 A.M. and 7 r. ,
Hush vllIe Fla. L. F. Frink Sunday
r- AGkr Igned by the names of the ; Jasper, the thousand and one thing of coverinus sights at the' Exjiomtion.' Bohoiilattt,:M A. M, ; VttMlnewlay evening lectureat
lts.W. r Itr award WM made. Fla.; C. Gillie, 1'alatka ; William Henry" and adornments for the female The (flower gardens\ are presenting' a 7:JO. Seats free, '[he public cordially l In'iWld.EPISCOPAL .

I Italfe; avid> Warrin ton, Jacksonville ; head. and form divine, evidence l the interest lovely apjK-arance. This place boast of CHURCH.
J. O. llayner L. Lichtenvralters, Stsrke ; and attraction sushi several ,
ing partlet from South Lake bewildering nice ones.
i the city to-day taking in J. J. Bradford, 1'ana-olfkee ; C. C. Waits. display of wearing\ apparel had for thoseof Cl'KRAN. lire c. ii. Wiuica, !Itect r. 4
eot and the Exposition: Orange: Lake, Fla.; J. I- Jones, Omaha, the human race who by the little aid ------ services every Sunday at 10a.; m.. and 7.15 p. ,
r'.1 and mother iliss V. Whitman, Spartenbur' 8. C.; I* of art, makes their HO Irre- State !Dental) Association urn in "session m., itatxlaM tune Hfau free Sunday; HcU Sophia Fla. appearance in the 1Utl 's Further at S p. u., W.II. Chamberlain,
.3 5 Y 1d Dirs. Briggs and children. Haley, Magnolia: Center, ; W. .\. Me- sistable to the tyrant man. We hail, lars armory. ]articu- erluieudent.
Quay, Lake City, Fla. thought of going into the details of the to-morrow. Y t
,the OCALA Hot's, Apr. 10.-S. V. Thompson millinery and montua-makers art and
oater, genial, industri- ,
Finn
Inventtaeut.I .
Philadelphia Pa.; W. M. Hester,
rising young bachelor, ofWeir debate French and American artificial TRAVELER'S GUIDE.
Baltimore ; Robert Taylor, Miss L. Clif- and head in will sell a'L auction in .
'tJQne is ia town today wit- flowers gear: general, shades public Ocala,
'ord, EustK Fla.; Charles W. White, of ribbons of colors Oth 1MV!) the ?
mament and to say let thee blending and a on Monday, May Electric
Citra Mr. and Mrs! A. Wythe, Stewarton Schedule of the S. 8. O. A O. R. R. 't
tot another year over hise. glance at the troiweaus, but we find ourselves Light Plant, lamps, tools, implements
bcotland ; J. L. IngUos Madison, incompetent for the' task, and ask and franchise belonging to the estate of Arrive from Honua.*.a ................... (:45 r M .r
of ( Fla.; Dr. C. I' Carver, fct. Augustine!> ; C. all our readers, male and female, to give Adin Waterman: deceased. Termscan Leave Ocala for llomonaMia....._............. PYO: A w a
"k.11'e Gibba and wife, Jacksonville Walter ReturnniK at ......_ 59.1: p M
Miller who married! ; Miss Mittie's varied and excellent stocka be made eany. A splendid invest Leave fee i
were Ocala lloiuuna ..
1' rs. >ia &t. ..... ew!
We wd the Catholic church Hawkins, 1:::. T. V. A G. It. K.; L. E. Pur- ttersonal inspection and get from her ment. HAHAII E. WATERMAN M : r M
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at
kingwaWe e0i'rantee e i, returned from their bridal in nell, Cincinnati ; A. A. Parker, Tavares' ruby lip a dissertation of their merits Administratrix.BULLOCK F, C. A P. R. R., (Old 1'. R. ft: N. Line,) .

comfortably quartered at that Fla.; S. Y. MfCorkle. Maitland ; N. Preston and virtues, and all will bewell: with all A l'RI"ORIt. Att'y for Ad'rx. Schedule.

hotel, the Magnolia, BO ably sad wife, Detroit. at home and abroad. HaprdZt wtd 1'-DII'"r.. .. south !bound ...___i 2:13 A M

'l eY by Mr*. Hooper. The State Sundhy.HchoolHon. Ali8ocl.. passcngtr south.. bound.. ..-_..._. 1.41PM: r
4Dort I Colored Hchool Situation W nle tte Sutherland Day Frelght :::::::::. loomKrelicht
e+ e> tafE I wife and This distinguished body of Christian A gentlemen of several ,
This coming Saturday, April 13th, the yearn x""ri. noaiH ItOVJlD. .
I through the city yesterday workers in ,\he8tate, held their eighth colored public school children of Marion once in growing grafting and cultivating I'&>>ncer arrlvei In Ocala........,__ 907: A M .
8. B. >R. on their way to Eng. annual session at Lerabun on the Oth I county, will have their day at the Kiposition orange trees and handling and market.ing :: :: :: .-.---- 1.21: r M :j

readers are familiar with the and 10th oT April. Eleven counties were and a big crowd is expected.All fruit desires a situation tut superintend IsiutenagerWniilorsts.L'p.TownTicketAgentlQlBrr:: ...::... . r : marriage with Mrs. Blair, atr represented by sixty delegates and their I children, trustees and teachers admitted .nt of a grove in the vicinity of ". ,f
s l1arb r. meetings were of great interest not only I fiee. Ocala Beat referenres furnished. Ad

elect'fTap ---Parker's----school--- of to the delegates present, but to the large I Itrf'f8or call on E. I* Icy, Ilicanopy, Fla. F. S. R. R. Time Table .
musica .
kie one
,, audiences,which the association drew to Mr. II. I'. the substantial N. 11.-Any infortaation can be furnished KOUTH bOVKt :Ij
entertainment the
r [ free to-morrow, Friday at night.m their gatherings. I citizens of the silk thread producing by Itev. J. U. Ix>y, Ocala, Fla. I'aseenger an I In,a In OcaU................_ 16: p I( I ,
use Marion outside of those from city of Willimantic Conn. d&w4t .....
county 1 & llapr' :: :: : ._..._.6.11>> I(
a1111twltb I U full of good things and Ocala, who consisted' of Isaac Stevens, by his wife, is in the city and making a Freight. :. .. ............_ earl a r I
to see the building: packed A. E. Pierce' and Mr. Walker, were Sallie! careful inspection of ui and the Beroi- White I'eklu Duck Eggs for Hale,. .............._-...UO&AMHoaTH

Rive t er it doing a good work in our I Pendleton, Board roan; E.: W. Chase, Miss I Tropical, plva-ed, with all he has seen Enquire of C. C. Caret( Commissioner I'.wenger arrive SOUND v

saint v leservM encouragement.- Annie M. Chase, Win. Foster, Miss O. t;. I Mr. I*. is very much gratified at the improvements fur' Citrus county exhibit, Exposition: .. In.. gala'. ........ 7-14: A!M

S' whit dore Jone the ;irrepressiDleingulahableCiniinnati I Worcester, South Lake Weir. : made in Ocala during the Building. llaprlw Jl'rt"lm.. .... .. .,. ......--1.1_....._ : 'a
Our delegates are delighted with the put ....oy&rll. when he hut visited our a AM

i 1 0'{Anee 1 was In town today as commi&-I' program aye carried out, nand can not city. Wanted. J
o The ai speau in too high praise! of the generous One thousand egg plants.FRANK. :
/ore. fet. John's of
Presbytery
Florida
lady admirers love to call the greeting and liberal hospitable mannerin convened KEKIUKJ/T: 'iUK LAFAYETTE
: itlemao, is temporarily holding which the good people of Lees burgreceived last evening in the Presbyterianchurch ddc wit aprl1 Bellevle u,1'ia.A HOUSE, ,
of this
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and entertained them. city. number of min '1'1.'
Anthony. The session was a moat enjoyable and ister and elders are already here, and full line of Easter Carda in !great variety '" i'.

f t of busi- beneficial one, and pleasant recollectionwill more arw expected on the noon train to just received at the Ocala News -JACI KONVILLE FLACtnuallj
ittle L Brown's place -
; long dwell in the, minds of all who day. In the absence of the retiring Depot llaprdlw wit ,
lAx*** block,decorated was mOlt U tebandaomelr were the recipients: of the unstinted attention )Moderator Itev. A. Enloe, of Ulendale, .:
) yeater Fla., preached the opening Im Delightful Excursions -
Theinning received at the hands of the sermon Dally
nor of her opening day. noble citizens of mediately after divine service, lier. Mr. Silver
I the words "Welcome the rising city of Leesborg. 8pring and Ocklawaha River locaudon rormh Street between .

trance: to her dreee rnaking ___________ Enloe called the Presbytery to order steamer Eureka"Captain Coons leave Ooemu aa4 floe,
to Tbe clerk, !Key. W. 11. Dodge calle for Orabamville after the arrhalor < N
where perfect gems, while General Longstreet's home was the 18 AGAIN OPEN
Pnt country roll. Key. Mr. PatUn, of Orlando, morning train from Ocala and ,
Mf rosM' of many kindle and near Gainesville, Ga. was burued to tae elected Moderator. On motion Preaby- In time for returning -
)at unfolding their buds, wert 9th and valuablewar this passengers to connect with
until
rear lost. many tery adjourned morning All evening train for Ocala ; 26 mile.-fare VDeSer pew M&naceaaat, 1l p.cfap' tndactnunU
loTelt.I the sessions are to tie public from 1.50 a1&4 redGee4
t Yt open Ocala and return, $1 U8feb2m sale to ptmaaeae gneiss
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Another Serial Chapter. A Trip to Sliver Spring -SINCLAIR-
V11E OCA LA DAILY RAKKER.OCA Palace
Editor of the Orala Banner: Editor Thinner:
As Messrs. Davidson A Devoto In their SHOE MAKER
LA, FLA. APRIL, 11, 1889. slur Monday the 8th lust was regular THE
attack on me In the BANNER, cast a ,
ial on Captain Grannan the Cincinnati, "red' letter" "field" sort of a day to this

1.. F. E. HARHIS, Editor. detective whom I employed\ endeavor, "Ecclesiastic." -1--

)ecfdv i fIpoitsiblef 1 to weaken his statement by Sometimes I lose the "Blue Mondays"
his character I ask the BANNER leads in the for good WHO
race
------ -- Blurring among my flower peta-and when near Still : ]

to publish the following paragraph cliP the water, sometimes go Dining, but this
}l>eu from an article entitled, "Crime and time determined to "excurt." LEATHER SHOES
CHEAP
Criminals in the Cincinnati CommercialGazttteot ,
So with my wife, a couple of friends
April 4, '89. RespectfullyC and some well-filled lunch baskets, I .
HARBIS. boarded the northbound. R. & N. at Try One Pair and he Convinced of their Retail ---

coo)T. $ While a member of the detective force 9.10 a. m. for Silver Spring. Wearing Qualities I

1751M of Cincinnati, Captain Grannan'a work We arrived just in time to meet the
was characterized by all the elements of'"Tom Saw SHOE LEATHER
I elegant and genial family HARNESS LEATHER
ALL '
that to make shrewd, wary, skillful -
aoente go up yer.:' who having heard of our trip determined
+ and successful ollicer, and he was regarded to join us. OIIS, STATIC 01'

pr ; as the equal if not superior to Silver Springs is a watering pll\ce-i. e. Lace Leather, Cut to an' ';i/e or Shale
in the service. lIisw'ellknown Wanted
any man it has the usual concomitants of such
earned for him promotion to the
In ability bevy of ebony hued soliciting FANCY
places in a
position of Chief of Detectives in the HARNESS & SHOE FINDINGSOf

-.-. Cincinnati Police Department, a position agents
-- "Dishere boat boss will lake :
you I In
Lima (Ohio) Dally RepublicanFlorida. he tilled with honor and credit His{ ,I down to lid Springs in no time, cheap," !! ki.i.l-in;'. I i twk.Sfeb Complc
det-ctive business however
private requiting
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"This for the yatcht "only }1.0
way ,
11, 1rr his undivided attention, he reigned \\ ti
", e handle none but n
OCALA, March 31, 1880. s the place and applied himself to the Ocklawaha and return, and NOTIC.s TO IJKMTOU9 AND CHKIIrrous. Headquarters lor Wall 11wnioiix r
r'hi this bewildered mortal wanted .
Ocala in the county Beat of Marion with redoubled energy to the details of while 4PVBUC

county. It situated on high pine laud his own affairs, that had attained a wonderful nothing so much as to be let alone, as he V LL PERSONS: : HOLDING etA HI AQ \1SSTiV

underlaid with rotten lime stone, and it growth. During his connection thought, there came voice, loud, dep- the estate ff SAMUEL t. LONG deceased Squats
toned from the deck of the "Eureka notified tn the tame to the undersigned
are present
like
bark civilization with the
Cincinnati Police
mutt was getting to to Departmentscores : -
-
i as administratrix, or tonullock & Burford -- ----
d Lap have to go up a hill and reach a town with of important cases came into his "this way for Grahamyille, thin" is no her attorneys for payment M Ithln two years from '

AIr1) streets that McAdamized, and good hands, a very few of which only can be freight boat, come this way. "How this date or the name wil 1 be burred April l 1519.MARTIA \ '

) l1 + sidewalks. I like **nd hut I prefer to mentioned here, but enough to show the much does it cost?"is responded, "Noth Administratrix.FOUKCLOUKESALE.I'. LuXli.Saprtf THE LOST

brikark take it in smaller) clones than 1 had been character of the work performed! : lug sir-nothing.; ---

doing for two weeks, and it was a reliefto The Oskamp silverware robbery case, Upon being! introduced to the genial .

Coif stand on something that felt hard in which about $10,000 worth of silverware gentleman commanding the "Eureka,"
bear Capt. Coon, I was informed that the excursion In the Circuit Court 5th Ju.11c1arll't'lilt: of Flor
man's
enough to a weight. Ocala watches and jewelry, the plunderof
: tie Marion oUllt-ln Chancery:
Ive{ is a city of about ) has four years of systematical robbery, was was free as a compliment to the John F Dunn > ForecliweureTS. B sure and read this Ia !tIII'E

'tnrt ? completed railroads, modern brick build unearthed. and the goods recovered and irrepressible "Tom Sawyer," whose absence :V of

''th ,t tugs, fine schools, electric lights, water the thieved sent to the penitentiary ; the in person we all regretted. I F, Smith smith and.Mary E I Mortgage ARE I'VE

works, fire and police departments, public Simon B. Paige case, of Oshkosh, Wis., in I shall not speak of Silver Springs\ lest TT APPEARING BY AFFIDAVIT j "PI'E DF.D Each line will make roJ.'d(
markets and elegant hotels, the Ocala which Detective Grannan saved $900,000 I should burst into }poetry and get this 1. to the bill nied In the stove Mated caute thatI. '

.n's I i House being a large three-story brick for the heirs and in which prominent communication into the waste basket.It F. SMITH, and MARY K.: SMITH the ISN'T THAT'' G
+, fu : has been about and talked defendants therein named are nonresidents -
tr .ztcnding across the entire east side of attorneys of this city were interested sung about ot the Mate of KlorliU and are rest E
th the square. professionally i tie\ American Jewelry and written about, since time was a dent of Ashvllle North Carolina and ow the New Goods of all desert ptlo1 be an i
a oil ,Ypttce r TUB OCALA EXPOSITION Company robbery ; the Father Philip little boy. age of twenty-onf \ear* It Is therefore orderedtbat e\\er.\\

Crud elopement case, of West Depree I want to speak a little of the trip Raid non-resWeut defendant be and they laver'J Forida.cd .
Was opened( January JKKh and will remain The are hereby required it)plead or demur tothe Sateens ol :
down na :iderl.
until let. I Wisconsin ; the llartung; robbery case ; run was occupied with looking bill complaint tiled on or sine'T1
May
was surprised
teat open the and out for crocodile elephants anti before
capture imprisonment of the : eel
to nee so tine a display of Florida celebrated Kid Dixon the burglary tigers, eating peanuts and ect. TlH"RlA, MA Y VTH. A.D., mi, ust pouring In our spacious nl vite
dla' productions of all kinds, including soils, gang ; The otherwise the alU'catUma: of said bill still be -
of the Greenwood foundry J:L'0- irrepressible "Coon" was on deckto taken confessed
timbers woods minerals etc. At ; a as by said difcutlent! BEAUTIFUL ZEPHYR
one
time there 100 varieties of 000 bond robbery case ; the kidnapping give zest and emphasis to our pleas. It U further ordered that this order be published
was oranges the sures. We landed however once a week for four consecutive weeks In the
case of Moses Kahn ; case of Milton were soon ,
exhibition. The OcALA: BANNKK
of
on fine a
display published In said
newspaper
row woods from Citrus county was truly wonderful C. Keenan, of Jackson county, Ohio, in at Grahamville, our objective point, and county and Htate. Thin sib day of April, im All pretty a* you ever saw
p pal which Grannan traveled for three being introduced to the "merchant n. A.:MILLER Clerk.

rhut kn and and included others pine, that maple rivaled bay, months over Minnesota, and which in prince" of that thriving and prospectivecity I I Bl'LLOCK &" BURFORD By,8 Solicitors. T. MsTKb'XK.: D. C. Fine Table Linen, To
cypress many for
Com.
1Y mahogany in fine texture and finish. volved the sum of$40,000, and the Jules Mr. C. T. Gibson, we were invited IJaprit

Through the kindness of Mr. O. O. Picot case, of 18 Hayward place, Boston. to his elegant mansion. MOire I Bilks, China Silks indj

, Finch, general of the Silver In this case Grannan recovered diamonds Here we were completely bewildered. IIOMKVfKAD NOTICE.

cotes Springs. Ocala &manager Gulf Railroad I was to the amount of $30,000, catching the Such a cordial, old-fashioned, South DAMASK TABLE CLOTHSI

; enabled to visit llotnosaasa. the western thief, Antonio Tabalina, in this citv, and Carolina welcome. Such refinement oflIurronntlin"s LAND OFFICE AT

Lettuttt i it terminus of their road on the gulf and it Bending him to the penitentiary for fifteen flowers! !Such; had a wealth been of elegant NOTICE H Giixnvnii HERF.8G1VE FL,., May THAT II(\ 1.TilE( ndla Linen, Lawns and Challlesj l"1l1JrA1r:
Scarcely we seated
added largely to the pleasure of years. 1 -uamed 'r ban filed !
trip. The very country between Ocala and my! In fact Grannan's record shows that he till the gentle hostess and her daughter his Intention to make final proof In support notice o ot' Embroidery Linen, Plaii a

the gulf ia much better than what I had never took a case in which there was began to load us down with good things.\ his claim, and that said proof will be made before .
sufficient advanced to First came cut flow era for the ladies D. A. Miller, Clerk circuit Court at Ocala, \ prefc
nwed over in reaching Ocala from money prosecute Fla., on | | ew shades in Henriettas
ll.Tampa: and much better settled, with i ii to the end, that he did not succeed, roses, violets, with foliage buds inter MAY loaf JV9Tlj .

fine in sight from and, above all, it was never charged or mingled. Then oranges, sweet and delicious : ALiJAII M,1HGrINS. of Moss Bluff' Fla.. aid 1
Hamburg
many orange groves homestead entry No. \953'J. for the Embroidery
southeast
intimated that Captain Grannan was were passed around, and then for quar
rwvo the railroad. Homosassa was the former ter of northeast quarter and northeast
yd ever, even in the remotest' way, connected those of us who were interested in growing southeast quarter,section 2, quarter I't &
home 01 Senator Yulee, of }Florida and township 16, south, .Goo i th'
& each line of Drew
before the late unpleasantness was quite with any crooked people but as their flowers. Have you this ?" "No." fanlte a:! elLSt.
lIe
gent t relentless enemy. His integrity was "Well you must have a piece." and so names the following witnesses, to prove his I
the the continuous
mansionwas
a During residence
war ,
tons power.burned and all that now remains of never questioned. So well, in fact, was on, till "Tom Sawyer's" better half stud Mid! land viI: Jesse !upon;llIl\r.I.and C. II.cultivation Heath Ele-of RIbbons all Shade &

a a fine plantation is a ftw negro. cabins his attribute known that in an importantcase this scribe, who seemed to be tin? llori- 'ra.Moss y.ai.UwreuceD.. Marsh John Gor(!ion, of

the lands are all overgrown with second-; before Judge Fitzgerald: when culturi 18 of the company, each had a 8. C. TUCKER: you k.
Finest tha.
line of
aptto growth timber, and unless you were told! Grannan was about to be sworn, in giving i goodly. parcel of root and bulbs and cuttings Register Ginghams

you would! not mistrust it had ever been his testimony, the Judge remarked : with winch to replenish their home NOTICE, LADIES' AND CIIILDF1" -

cultivated Mr. Finch citizenof "Grannan's simple word is miliicient.} supply. 8 HEREBY
was once a GIVEN
B I ITo Lima, and his splendid! wife is a Ho need not be sworn" No man could Then we must see the pets. There concern during) da"l TO after ALL WHOM IIrst pllbliCl.t\on IT MAY! \ fj h Just step in and try us; s.1* H'I j jOUR -
daughter of Judg" Mackenzie. bo higher complimented, and this is the were a lot of them, I don t remember .. reof. and tbll uut reltular ton of the
'
ey } Ocala is a bright, wide awake city, basis of IIH l'hftnU'tllr. them all, but in the little alcove in the l .'&T1OMTION: !01 the! state AD of Rtm.TROI'ICAL Florida the FLORIDA -. GOODS ARE FIRST QUA

with Northern little conservatory in the dining of(Wala. 'lorldal ;ot '
who vie
many \ The < a corporation
Ileo\'l Washington Centennial. room canaries blackbirds Ranized and X reed the II
'With each other in lIIak feel we saw mock- exUluic under the laws of said Mate your expectations on
re, !: Tim :IlOtb of will be birds application to the
April rt'tlbirtl4.
a great day "Polly"andacock-a-too. fillet mnk LetfHlature of said
home in their and of their
ort, at city, course in New York. Uepresontutivea of everyState Outside there were quail and deer ( ) thereof, fur Ur.luallce of the c.oll: O ltUUoU "'lId IILWI Beautiful Figured Challicsl 5c
the
alSA Exposition: is their pet, and I do not whiterabbit. l{= f a l law authorizing salt
and of the Union will tame turtle borporatlon
territory guinea. pig and a W shares *tu suck
blame them for being of its success. of a
proud value pat
} of Ten dollar
meet there to participate in the celebration each 11a
From Ocala I reluctantly turned J. O. CLASgx.
of the tvnU'iiial of the { { But all lEU W.1L'I() 'iGENTS' f-
oar face toward home and in few Ila1Iwill inauguration! things sublunary have an end Secretary. -Also a fine line cl'
a
my ,
of George Washington as President of and so did our visit. febll rod 1're.ident.
give you the balance of my trip, and! I CLoirH '
the United States.Preparations We reluctantly left that quiet home
A some comments on the State in t'nt'rlLl.W.I..1' 111
purewsee Q/ all act of
have been made for an for ours. Some of us' to come to the din eufe of fie V'1Wai'e oJ the
oust arttaftt Impressive; t'ant and various appropriate I of commercial in the metropolis of Jo'wrU.l.or Loeui' 'Jlm 119 the T/II'.thJJd 01 aJplvillfll'ot [/ -1-

A Correction exercises. In all the churches, Marion and exchange the sweets of rose NOTICE 13 iIER1 1t1lffi'VF. I. Shoes, Hats and Furnishing .Goal

services will be held early on the morning clusters for the sweet ((1)) of a (sometimenot Florida at Its will btt made to the lirislatuii of -

Tp the Etlitor of the Banner : of the 30th, President, Harrison having very well) disinfected beef market. of an act entitle.next, "regular An act session to Abolish for the passage ICE.BENJAMIN .

... I desire to make a correction of a typographical by proclamation set that day apart asa With many expressions of gratitude Mun c palttyof Ocala Florida and to the Lt"bl1.h Nrceent VERY LOW I'll

I' error in my article on The tune for thanksgiving and prayer. At for our uniformity kind treatment and name c of the Government city of for Mid det.ne fu a -1-

New Administration.{ At the close ol( 10 o'clock! the exercises commemorative the especial courtesy of Capt. Coon, we anel and Prescribe Ocala lie an Corporate Bound F

article I was nude to say, When that of Washington will be held! In front of are, Very truly, J urta
eba time comes a Southern Democrat can be the sub-tressury building where our first BRANDO' February 211t. 1819. 2m -

the elected as easy as a Northern one, but President took the oath of otnce. After AiMIISTRA'rRINOTICK SNOWDEN & 1cFAJ LA: ]

not the OUt that now figure in Florida." II t thee exercises there will be a military Illgley Dots. AL SETTLEMENT ASU OF
DIiClIAUOE. _
should have read, not the kind that now parade under command of Jlayor-General Our Regular Correspondence -DlALIRaIN

figure in Florida." Schofleld. The procession will be The WILL ON TIlE SOT! DA\" or ALL KINDS OF FU NI'
ref Using the word OUt instead of kind, led by the West Point and Annapolis many young orange groves in I 18.\9. make my llnal settlement SEPTEMBER end ,
mll3 Cadets followed Highley, mostly owned by non-re ident8 the County Judge of Marlon Florida to
makes the sentence mean different thanI by troops of the regular for
are now all in of a discharge u admlnlMrix eiiite
nearly charge Mr. W. of the -0-
e intended. I not to the Then will volunteer .
objecting
was army. come troops Leonard (Iover, d.ece& Mk" ruB
mm that are here but to the spirit that is from each of the thirteen original states, these are doing nicely. Some of AprlS cm. *: THIT INTITI iHsncnox OF TH ail
groves are now just coming into
manifested. If the leaden rise beaded the
wow appropriately by Governor STOCK
AND Low
bearing which that of Pale|
Mr. Olin
above their narrow sectional exclusive of shall State And his staff, The order of among NOTICE. 1
ness into the all-embracing devotion o( in which the State troops are to march Connecticut, is one of the moat valua riUIE PARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE
,
.....
....
a true nationality, they will be the different { will be as follows : Delaware, Pennsylvania ble.The I Ing between Geo. W. Brown and J. c EXIST.. ._.....-MM.....

kind" of men I spoke of and New Jersey, Georgia, Conneticut, dents still town receive remains the quiet mail bat daily the, which resi i.under this day the firm ditwlted name ot by GEO.limitation! W. BROWN; Sm., L THE i

will be all right. SAMUEL ULODOETT.Llnattale Massachusetts', Maryland. South Carolina In the April let 1111. *a wBROWXAOO.i ., REDUC I(
will be
New near future\ brought in a :.'Adrlldl w3
Hampshire per Gen W.
Virginia, New Brow :...
Notes. York:, North Carolina and Rhode steamer across Lake Yale from Fort In the Circuit Court Mh Judicial Circuit ....-----.M........ _......... ..._.._ -
Island. Two hundred companies of Mason Ida, Marlon County. of Flo .M. ............. ..._. ....
Our Regular Corre roud"oce. There
e'L the Loyal Legion and are several young groves and F. W. Wagner A Co
The whole country in and about Una- of the Grand Army of the numerous posts nice cottages in Higley which can be Forbeess.R } In Chances. .l.I. OF STOCKMEANS
dale never looked more beautiful than i it Republic wil bought cheap for cash. 'I It. D. Bro. .......
appear in the procession. If any Georgia \'mTU K OF A FINAL DECREE ......_......... ... 1. .
_' does now ; particularly so on the beautiful A new road will soon be built acro sI.abrook's By above stated IN TIlE "
troop go they will have to cause dated .
their .
shores of Lake Ella: which is pay .\ '
to
higher. prairie connect Higley ofOcila'on01' the courthouse door In '
.
own an the Georgia the townMONDAY. GOODS
legislature ATAND I .C
than It has been in many years. eXIenses militia with Emeralda} which will bring the i
\ '*
The season has been rather raid and President anything. town in direct communication with HAY era 859 .-.. .. ............ BEL( ),
Harrison will the ...
attend the Mme being: lelal1&1e day of Mid -- ...........
backward but the orange tree have celebration of course, and will go to Leesburg via Lake Grittin. II. it.MASTKU'S ,follow'ImtdeKribed property, to-wlt: month The iouth.the .....-................................... ......_,
_.
and bloomed Welt of
finely profusely. quartet the
northwest
grown -
by --- -
New York the route which Washing --- -- ---- ---- -- quarter of i
eighteen i
and township fourteen south mSS
Kelsey plums Japan persimmons MALE. of
ton took one hundred twenty-three
when ( !
years ago
containing forty ,
are now in bloom and mulberries have to be inaugurated. The less lying and being in Marloo acres more or :
going President
Count'
been ripe for three weeks nast. and his party will embark from Eliza UNDER AND foreclosure BY VIRTUE rendered by A the FINAL lion DE-J. hats bo,stock shoes) of, J..c.m rhandise.Said consisting of dn Florida goods, ....M..J..M.............,........_ .
_..
The groves' in Orange Hammock and beth port, N. V., April 29. He will holda J. .'tnle).Judge of the Circuit Court In and for IaIJ said decree and property Feb. being mold tu 1&,. _...
i ii, lss9, -- }I
llarlou Fla.. Mh '
Pointsetta Hammock are all looking County on the day of .tT, "
February
reception In the equitable building : W'ILLIAM3. Sheri
on INSJ wherein I wai appointed special MILLER S" SPENCER << TILE PLAClOfflctta
splendidly Broadway and later another reception a certain cause therein pending between IlKN'RY April 5riOREST PIIf AU'LI ---............- .... ....
r John Robinson is building a new in the city hall At night the centen- M. )HOLM t PASTEUR et al executor of the estate of I -- .-..-.. --... ....-..-. ...-..-...---....-...-. -.,....
THOMAS
J. -
deceased, .
broth u complain.
house on land bought of the Davis .
ball will be given, but owing to the arbitrary anti, & !GEORGE W. LYONS, et al, M defendants L. ROBERTSOXJJAROLD .. ... f
and absurd restrictions which a I will offer at public sale! on !
The
s fine hammock north of Mr Mi few New York snobs have thrown about MOSDA )'. APRIL 1ST. 7i*>. ATTaiNZT.AT.LA w, -NL1'a
in front of the court Louie door at Ocala Florida --
Urns is cleared -
being rapidly.
up the terms of admissiou, this event within the legal hour*, and sell to the nUheot bidder OCALA, !

will have very little general interest. for cash th* following described real proper julyts6ly FLORIDA -.-...............
......... .
Savannah has had still another fire, Unfortunately, the preparations for this The tr. situated half In Marion County, Florida, to wit: -..
vat of the toutbettft quarter of section
making three in less than a week, The celebration have, from the first, been the fire and northwest quarter of northeast quarter, W. [i \r. .tAfOaSET
t last was the Awkrignt factory which occasion of unseemly contentions and sec-don eight; all tn township fifteen nth, rang CHAMBERLAIM, L FfSHE t

cost $125,000. It was covered by an insurance petty wrangles; but, in spite of these, twenty-Unv twenty acres.jnor ut,containing or le a one hundred and ....,.-....."."-...- --- S I

of only 140,000. One hundred the Washington centennial will be a (Tbe above sale la postponed until Monday, At

men were thrown out of employment.The grand event, and the 30th of April will May ash, NXW. I Gary 1
fire occurred last Tuesday. Become a historic dr.-Macon "telegraph. FORREST L ROBERTSON. .
Marl tfpecUl Ma*.r. uatrocAL .


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"le 11i4H1.,. PtoBLlc Wn'OllT 8QU.AIt. r Exposition, incorporated under the' laws of the State of Florida' opened sit--- 1F]
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cure ; ( ,
read t ,.; ,
ee CLOSE MAY a.ter W. ('Lrnep
Eac4llne "E .1 RE J' FIRST 1889.I ,

wlllm.kero '..: .t ', OUlIPIy
ISN'T 'I'llt'rt uJ a "

New Good" I ?J T. t1H.

of all dl'srrfft, t ;[be an Exposition of Pomological, Horticultural and Agricultural: products of Florida, and her soils, timbers.'woods, minerals and live stock, and in addition articles' -/.C.1 T.
(
Sateens i.general interest from all States and countries. Entry is to the world! for dent]
Just of Bred; Florida open the display of its products. No charge for entries. nor : space for the products or I'urt,

poartng In O" ed States Experimental Station for improvement and development of products indigenous this section has been located contiguous=: to our exposition ground c mmMl

BEAUTIFUL ;ZEPHy; ;;s,Ivite exhibits of all descriptions, particularly)' those pertaining to the arts: mechanics audicriculture! guaranteeing. uniform courtesy to nil cxhibitotH.I uuuu coin


I srrett7 L ton Prer........... I 'ill, !
inert
Fine Table CASH PREMIUM LIST $3,500. DO
to, To I '. T. I

fI olre SUb ChIna SUh Wd( .ft.,Y.n

1ASK TABLE LOTHS }4AkDvl'II. u

a LInen, Dun.
La .
was '-
'Oldery and ChaUles WILSON, President. WM. FOX First: Vice-PresideuU DIt.III. KNIGHT Second Vice-president _.i f,. I

LInen, Plata 8. 3AMPBELL, SR., General Manager. G. S. MAYO, Treasurer., J-IO- CLARK, Secret.\r)'. Jinn tut.,AI
w h
ea in .
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rh line Embroidery all of DreSl Slmdc Gorn1 aId; t t1Jns Filst National Ban : Tlw tcrcllants'\ National Bank\ Anti Monopoly TILE Drug N..'II.LAIN-1-,1...WIJ'I IMM Kielhut-,f'1 I,


OCA'LA.-
tile of -OF ""Ah
GIlJghanu
. thaI ton Florlda.NO. iHc.1I l-l .
I, "
AND CIIILDBEN OF OCALA-- -AND.-
__ CWItIIP
3470. Do
tep In S
,
and Cty us;Sloe ill 011'-' .
ODsAREFIIbsr SEED STOREWILL ha VII/
QUA
-NO. 3,815.-- 'r.u. ;
'it e.1' c&atlons' on//the ------..- TAKESecond- tie I.
/ III ...' '; ....I, ;' 1'D
.
ared ChalJJcs .".!.... "Of ", .. .. . SUCCESSORS |ITO THE UANK OF OCALA
fic } .. .. .. ..N..w ..... NQ PlaceIN 1'\
-I-' 4LIN ... \t; r
'
Also Authorized Capital .. .. &' .
, "tine lIne c'-' ... ilal, CAPITAL STOCK sr oooo.oo
.
CLOTFR/ 1 .r 8150,000. SURPLUS, :j.(;r o.oo c0MIiSSOCSTOCK) I, N.

--'-- r : COCCII,".I're.
y W.II. :
and FUtnIShIIl I orrlcIItH tJxo. Quality of Goods and Low Prlcee. .
--.,--- ; Good F. Dry, PrttiJtm ;LINt
f40\V K P. DISMCKEH, i iee-P eaident. Nt.A
- I-lt rCl:! R. B. McCoKWKLL, Oruhitr
I GOOI
joiiiiR1 rr Iii.
'J\IIN j Fti "1'1. iit
finny rtoic ettabluhtd in our new and tltyant Hank ''-
----- ----- building vx :
prepared to
, A. McI ntee tatiifaciion to all. ywir Located next door PlntlNtttonal NrnI.: ] a7w4X.11 t 'i C
fclrAl :puts $7 General Banking bunnttt trantactrd.. l
focftange bought and told. 8m 81-88
9a1rN_ OOO.OOI .
r PLUS Mr:
F -'_ If Ob 'ICJf ,
: PtY NIor I

"'----. 1 and bet eouippeu i banking houses In the State owned.by the. -: BOARD OF. DIUECTOUS.I .:-_ -A COMPLKTK LlfcE- 'rijMlO :
the finest ; All accessible
making Collections on JKJIUWS.lave
for .,
special facilities consistent with safe :
customers
favor to our _
Low ;CoN extend every courtt'sy'and careful attention to all business entrusted to as I -OFHARDWARE atlud
(I d shall give prompt*J.ac yNT and all, business In our line. and
cm action O. F. DUNN, ---
;.tl outs p. P.
LllAa.IUIEINAUER, rTQ\frrirvQ: /'
.
HARVEY KNIGHT J.A. EINh"TI-IN. OUl,
4T' J,C. PERINE:, WM ANDKRSCfo, -

CORRESPONDENTS Xutlonal Bunk, New York, N. Y.; R. B. JIcCONNELL.TIIAYLR, .1AT I. O. "
Traders SasllDoorsBIin .1 ..
ers & s" .-NN--..
....
Bank of Georgia, Savannah. ..-. ,..
outhern -II.
Jet1. in all important cities in the West. ..........

ciat Correspondents CORRESPONDEN7.:.. : J R..t

.' \Vftouf Park Hank 0' Nn York. ;
.:4c" Nation J1fJW'N1VallImlll Bank: of,Boatan A.
E. I.
.EL.......{. ;)w C Bank of Loubnlle.Savannah (Jroryvi.nwlM9 DELOUST.ImflM. :1::..:..::
( ...
Banking
... _...... Company Louisville, K'I !M ..
,..... MONTEZUMA II- 'r'w.

.I- IE W. W. CONDON'S -IK YOU WANT GOO CIN TnE--; '-_.."..,

...... C. F. 1' '1f
BREWER
... ... OcalaJ.a. & COHEADQUARTERS
Anw
'-,. ; llIln Strut New\ Jewelry
' --........ Store -Drug Line-
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I;. -. THE DAILY BANNER. I.elloI

f Subscription Rat.. i
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Six Month, 2 2.r' 5.
Three Month, .
125.
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r' Advertising Yates.Elk. So. Lake Weir Fla.

) I l 11 Jr. l II m. | a m. l 11 to. l 11 wk | once ,
' Mont 1 column.. tom A5 r.:., 00 110 00 II 00 cJ:
175 M J800 1\\ 00 1110
II I 100 TTSossss ssss 80 JO 002 50) 1 00 Sixteen miles (south of Ocala; on

I';.'. 1 2 Inches Inch 80 fiO : 111 12 7 460 00 1 1 75 2. 76 fJO high bluff overlooking the wholeof

Weir."
tae.mmn. "Beautiful Lake
.< Locals, 10 rent per line.
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HCKS ALL TRAINS
For further Information apply at office or MEETS
ehecb ., addres:
.;, C. L. BITTING,
Fine
Boating Sailing, Gunning
rcale,t ._ Tiunlnew Manager and
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--- Fishing.
k IIIU1I, RARE AND IIACY. -
or ftai ---- Transient Rates $2.00 to $3,00 per

lreni J. II. (:urr,'. Herto Comic Lecture Day. Weekly Rates $10.00 and

,[ at the building the
Exposition on night
I; ,' of the 11th inst:, at the request of the Upwards accordlag to Loca-

Ill] Citrus county delegation. Laugh and tion of oomsl
the world Laughs with you, Weep and
. II. ( i; you weep Alone" But go and laugh feel Address.

tthe I'. merry brighter and happier, when you II. J. ROSENBURG,
fthe hear the brighter, better,' beaming side an"pr. 61t.
itrus] "1;fr" of this! dark world represented. Late of Park Avenue Hotel, New York, and ClU-
hew ,7',' Citrus County Star please copy. ton House, Niagara Falls Tb
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,ou wlnerryl
;' Mr. Oliver Howard (hood, of England, Open All Year. Via 1

near t] '. manufacturer of the Blood needles, is a

of thH r, guest of the Ocala/ .House.. O
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citnMrf Found.

., A man's hat and a new i pair of baby WEIHEitem:

want "'. dippers found by Mrs. (Prank Lyons.
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guest] Pay for this notice and get goody'! at
BANNER office. 2t. -LEADS IN HIE-- itn
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dfpi A I am Notice ready to to Ocala collect Tax city taxes Payers.for 1888. Watc\\\\ \ Clock !

Pay FRANK P. OAI)ON, \ c oiCr Ocsei

BAH] 3apr dlw unit City Tax Collector. eOOmc.

Lenten Services.

I I There will be Lenten Services at Grate LINE I !

Episcopal Church on :Monday, Tuesday ,1
3 and Thursday afternoons at 4:30: p. m;,
and on Wednesday and Friday evening) S -0Repairing gl'"

and 7:30.:
J// a Specialty. 0'
A comfortable well kept hotel that I'

EIaz charges most reasonable rates, is the -0- 8'

Barnett House, Savannah, Ga., so long
at conducted Mr. M. I.. Harnett." AVw
a1J by LOCATED( ON WEST SIDE or SQCARS)-
y York: World marlltf t
SmSl-AS
CLOSING OUT .
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I Stock Sale at E. Hoot & Company's '

t": Stable LAND TITLES

We will offer for sale for the next
thirty days fifteen head of good: driving -
.. and work horses at much less than their '"
h, present value. Do not miss this opportunity THE BEACON\ ADAMS t:

to buy a good home cheap. Our .
terms are cash. E. loot & Co., ABSTRACT COMPANY ,

: Livery Stables, Ocala, Fla.Saprd -
A 1mSave
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: IS 1UE PLACE 10 GET THE FAC7& !
Your Money.Be .d'
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sure to call at the second ham .
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store under the Montezuma Hotel, before : OCALA Hoes

'f you buy anything you may need
You will find new and nearly new furniture I SHKUIKF'S" SA I.E. 33&3m
.. THE OCALA
crockery, lamps, ptctures and in Y VIRTL'K OF AN EX/TTION WUED HOUSE.
,.. short, it is a medley store and the only B out of the circuit court In and> tor Marion
+I real bargain! store in town. county, KloriJa. tearing the date of March :!Ut,
8Ap-d3wl. Dtt'ELLEv A. 11.. IK-*,partners wherein dohtgbuminea T! J. :'IYU,'i In and the O.firm A. I E. B. RICHARDSON ...

r, BoardIUK House to llcnt at crystal name of MVEKS & itWl 1 KLLKV. are plalntiiU, -THE-. ,
ami WILLIAM K. MctJIIAON.!, HdmluUtrator
t d' w Hlver. of the estate of A. E. \\I1ITK dt"I't'a-t.t, I I. de.fcndant. :
j' A large and commo4.oii: boardinghouse I have levied upon and will m>ll at ft'ubllc The Leading Hotel of the City Finest Livery in the City
t t0
house stables outcry to the highest t bidder for each. he
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with servants court house fluor in K-ala, Marion county, KlJ '1ita -
yard, etc., to rent on ny terms Address, on -
r. MRS- MARY WILLIAMS, MO."VA >', '1." I' aril, 19W: LEADING I
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m29dlt w3t* Crystal River, Fla. Burin I the legal! hour.fir mate.lhefotiowin 1 SALES STABLE,
cell I of land and their appurtenance. In I i
: -- county alomialit, to-wit. The ,loutheastquii hSlad
Notice. of northeast quarterof nefllDii twentyjr-wven (27):) UNSURPASSED IN APPOINTMENTS TO ANY IN THE :.
The ci t. market will be closed hereafter township tlxtven, ((16))Routh of range twent y-two STATE! .
((12)) cast, and the southwest norinwrnquarter
or onnday and nothing can be pur and the CUM half (J1I1orthwt t quarter, GEORGE McKAY,
cha *i at the nulls.. This i s by order o less twentv (:.lit acn-t on fan vide of section -1-
ti, the market titan lOupr dolt twenty-nil ((28): ),of low nhip nlxteen (16( south of ARCHITECT: AND BUILDER
city
l. ., rancetwenty-twoC.( ':)cwt.containing in all one ,
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hundred and forty aeivs. Said property being
Notice, Mold to tatisfy laid execution I\ntl..t.. April 2!, Repainted Inside and Out DESIGNS AND ESTIMATES
i'.;",-. JI.! K. T. WILI.IAMSEherltr. I ;
4. A large black mare strayed from my J am. I). McCo SELL,Att'y for 1'1'ff. 3apr3Hl Furnished ontApplicatlon_ I
t, residence\ in Ocala. If taken up, let I --- SAND-- _
+?. '. me know or any Information will be liberally I. MAMTBH'S HALE.UNDER 0-- I
OrnC&-RI8IDltMC.
rewarded. :
: Orange and
I 1xth)&.
9apr d2twl. __ W..:..T. KJNO.I AND BY VlUTt'K OF A FINAL DE. OCALA, .
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forcclomire rendered by lion. J J. Kinley REFITTED THOROUGHLY WITH ELEQAN1 WRNKURE FLORID [
That's what I Salt Judge of the('IrcuitCourt I ,in and for Marioncounty I
Yen, 1A31M
; Florida, on the 20th day of March, A. D l .
several fine Villa Franca 1<*<'J in A('a Uhf wherein CLAKA H. NALI.ACKft. )
I have very
.01.arecomplainants '
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and li tO. II. ItAV'ISrt
lemon buds for sale at $3 per thousand, at. are defenilant In which decree I wa atM I I. J. BROKAW
besides some varieties of oranges cheap inintedSi; elaiMaatcrIwllIotterforsaleatpubllooutcry i .: f f1
{'t Budding a specialty:, the best of references at the court hoiwe door in Ocala, Florida,
to the highest bidder for(iamb 00 -1-
l. *'ti'' given on tppliattion.bail H OX PA I'. MA I' \I Til, .4. 1) n-9. BEAUTIFUL LAWNS AND CROQUET THE MARION
i E. I). COATKM GROUNDS COUNTY NTJR-
Isla the following dl'II'rillt'd rf"Prtr. to-wlt: One
wl Stantoii, MW mill complete, one bailer, one engine and I
10' two eineular j i mill maws, now located and operatitiK SERY rAN.1

It; The First National Hank of Ocala will at atlify Rock Mild M>rtiiK dual:: ,d Marion cni>. county, Fla. bold to --I -1-

pay all school warrants properly| endorsed. hIRln. T L. ROHERTSON.:
i M. !L. I'AVNK, Jru.0.. RKARIION special Mauler. OFFERS TO THE PUBLIO A PINK LINE
i'omplaluanU Sol'r 4 t>ril30drilil
Public Instructions.
County Supt. FOB TUMS ApPLY TO : : : : : GEO. D. DUI, MAXAOEX. OF NT7B3EBY.(STOCK-OEAPBVINES
.... 8apr2t : ) S. P. GARY N, D ,
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j OCALA FLORIDA: A 8PCIAUTY.dj .
t Team Wanted.
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'H IIICUM AND 'CltO SON.Ro .
R. S. Marvin! of Martin Station, who n52rn ADDHSSS AnthonyJFla..
t mi, &
Agnew tlary'i Block OCALATwenty "
has the contract to supply rock for ".
S even yeari ez perlene In Florid
Johns jetties, wants a teams Dtoaaea. dijanSm w1aulO,87lyDRS.G.H.&J.C.PERINE HARNETT HOUSE :::::: Millinery ,

to haul( same., Apply at l'ihn Station.:! -............... .. .. .............. ........-.... .... ....... ... .. ..... :::::: Millinery sOur -IIERE \
dlOt w4t I AM-

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Magnolia Numerr. Resident Dentists. LEADING POPULAR HOTEL OF- 1 .Milliner. .ii,at..hums.again. 1 ....,..,"O._.tfi; I.;.'it......'.tAe.-.puGlic.....;......the......flnefct.l........line.......of.....-i 1 i'
.. The (finest and best variety of orange :: """
for the least money, to be had of' MERCHANTS' NATIONAL BANK BUILDING -1- |1..JUST.FROM THE FLORIDA
trees FLORIDA .................. ... NORTH j I
J. W. A; F. U.WAITE., OCALA Kfl SAVANNAH, GEORGIA. : ...... .. .. ''''.................. CURIOSITIES,
IVIIeview !1 Fla AU branches of dentistry. Teeth filled and With a Full I
wSfebtd._ preaerred. Roou crowned with porcelain or fold ,...................................................and.......Complete... .... ......Stock.. of
"'ant e-d. eMA. ArUldal) wu from ..tooth&0. full, t.DtrtoUy I .. ........................................................ ....... AND STATIONERYGODS (
.nt-olaM dentistry/ ai moderate prices FINE

Twelve young lads from nine to thlr- TOOTH rOWDU A *T&aLTTB.D.FCI4.KB. : : : I ...... MILLINERy -

t.eenyeal'lold to act as pasw: on Tourna- -- -. -- JAMMCHACI- !; .ELECTRIC.-:..............LIWITS-AND B5LL81Artesian .-..........;..o-EZerythtng: ....i'1nt........:(...awa: : ,"".".... OFFICE SUPPLIES AT LOWEST PRICES.f .
went duty April Utbapply to '''-...,............,... -
FULLER & ClIACE
o-<>GOODS
J.O.CuRuSec'y.R. DEXTISTS. ..... ......' GUARANTEED,0-0 = :: l iie o fN aaadow ind then-.- r :

; Eo YO)' E & C ,The Ocl.Plumrviimod special attention iren to Crown Bridgework, Well Water Street Canto aU DepotsREDUCED Hood f & Na f
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br,. examine their fine stock OoUplatec"and flm-claM operation pertain. I =
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Uf to the Art. Oaj admlnUiered ton the
DAY.
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