Group Title: Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. : 1883)
Title: The Ocala banner
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 Material Information
Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner
Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala daily banner
Daily banner
Banner
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Ocala banner
Publisher: The Banner Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Marion County Fla
Publication Date: April 5, 1901
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
daily (except sun.)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 17, no. 12 (Aug. 25, 1883)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for 1884 later called new ser., v. 2.
General Note: Editors: T.W. Harris, F.E. Harris, C.L. Bittinger.
General Note: Publisher varies: Frank Harris & Frank Harris, Jr., <1913
General Note: Description based on: New ser., v. 2, no. 14 (Dec. 1, 1883).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00048734
Volume ID: VID00582
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 18660476
alephbibnum - 002052272
lccn - sn 88074815
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In the death of Mr. Garrett Ocala
loses one of her best, most tnterpris-
The house has been thoroughly ren- ing and honored citizens, and the
ovated and many interior changes Presbyterian church, the Fraternal
made. It has been newly roofed and Union and Knights of Pythias, a zeal-
plum-ed and put in splendid shape. ous member.
w furniture, r, carpets, silver- He leaves a wife, three little sons
N-w furniture, rugs, carpets, silver-
and a large circle of friends to mourn
ware, -lssware, linen, and, indeed, hi untimely death .
Tne.-rly everything i- new as a pin' The funeral services took place at
f'ri kit '-hei to i ;trlor. aiiI as :t hos.- the Prel'A-yt*ItQ l.LI church Thursday A
t.rv it .'r-r, t :io A.,'l. at ir l't t ', lf ;-.isl twelve o'clo)-k.
Dr. J.J (. I-tavw plral'hed the tfunerai
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Orange Blossoms.
i t; .'t- r':t h u fr~t n -.IA .4A .il4
-I ti't Antility !11.0 fh- w4),rti2. ~trees'
ale. 7111 1 S,.A...4,:1,!J1 1h.Xriunii '.uiLty

fator ~ in Ithe .z'a!2ve niwrktet. From
L tk'' ( -r Ctinlir, C('irt, Orange
La.k-~t1121 Ai t i-or h, r Of -'s0!the couliIL
reach us


Death of Harry Ramsdell.
4..' A S i. '" I, .. ..: Ii:r til- l t) o fla
Di~t:in, r a 5.* .! lit-

r'i,'ly '* t, *" ;''li r .: t hl honle of
h i- p,:tr t! ; ,: ....,,.,. In r : v. ..r,!.{.
Ha:ry I 'V.I ::"ir." ye I' .4ilid ;1 tu.l was a
ibrigLht aiii lhvaile little f'liiow. He
haid only been sick :t short while.
His reruaiuA were interred in the old
cemetery Monday afternoon.

A Testimonial From Old England.
"I consider Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy the best in the world for
bronethiti," says Mr. William Savory,
of Warrington, England. "It has
swved my wife's life, she having been
a martyr to bronchitis for over six
year's, tbing most of the time confined
to her bed. She is now quite well."
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are :il :I 1i 7 dtai ie <.r:itli i tnil .r;' thl i.,

M r-. Wiili Kel' i ri ,.- k ';:- iII eahlt la-t
Monday, f,;i,,;-:ui t roulhi i frl C'ritil u'lita
to Antihoiny.
"I'nea-y lie.- the head that wears
a crown" is becoming more and more
so. The C'zar'.s apartments are now
steel armored
During Victoria's long and peaceful
reign stitis-tics .claim that .':,-540,04)
men died in war or from sickness
caused by same.
The bringing in of Aguinaldo alive
by General Fred Funston beats Ted-
dy's feat of bringing in dead lions,
buffaloes and bear.-, and as a game
sport the vice-presidt nt is now a back
number.


Mr. Bryan says that Ms. 4'Ieveiaind
is. very long on 'am.iiruouis plim.e-''
but powerful short :on detinitii<' ."
Mr. I'ryain eili- to KRow thee Wve:.i
Apot of lthit i .k-pre i ,i;- ii'elih--'! >I
aiiatorny.
AIt iov :4t t)v ire. hrlki!el.rti > 'sta ue.
it is 'in ;: ", i t .t0 ; i, ; : l <:iu ; '.! ti,;; -,"
ehutierson i th r !tiid;ty-tiv' frio di -
coutb t I 'ii in*f', 1 tn w aiti; '!i,




troyed.al ]'ily ot-'l i r s 'ru>ilt.
the ri :i? :lb y ,x. *l *' 'li ". hi :i




SCarter Harri-on w.s elet -1 ivor'l
m eo t .pleinii I lhntel ill I]." S. uthll. ;lt
Richmond, V';.. ltihs teen ,mupnltelty
destroyed by lire. The lar;e statue ,f
Jetterson in tile rotunldi was alsi de-
stroyed. Tlie "iotel will lIe rel'uilt.
(.'Carter Harri-on was elected mayor
of Chicago last Tuesday by a majori-
ty of twenty-tive thousand. His see-
ond elevation to this. office may be a
stepping stone to the democratic pres-
idential nomination in our next trial
of strength.


Tom L. Johnson, single taxer, street
railway king, steel mill magnate, and
all-round Philanthropist, was elected
mayor of Clevelalnd last Mondlay by a
plurality of over 6,4H)0. His friends
believe that he will be a democratic
possibility for president in 19i4.
Out of one hundred Englishmen
seventy-one live in cities and twenity-
nine in the country. In Russia out of
one hundred fifteen live in cities anid
eighty-five in the country. Hut rail-
road building and mlanufacturinrg are
"infant indlustrie-," and whe'u tiwy
get full grown Ru-sia wiil begin niai's-
uring -trenuith with tiet world.
Ill *lit' of Iii Ietirt- rec't'i ly de'-
iivered at ll)stoin l-)r. Lylai;n Abbott
-alii ii"nv tihe ri.- it ,I 1a i:ir 'tari -
ieo ','' :ia-iy tlUar;(t', 1 of ite' !oi,.'
I'he l i;:'.i -; i<' e..<:; l:i'. i so riight t, lih,'
manger where tle A.tilo-Saxon h'x
wants ti feed. Afri,:. t'an only be
,-iv:liz.ed lit-u ritilh tiwer his
planteld it railroad -st 1 -o(tfl e., a i,.I
trailinLg i,-t- :'n-!i ('air) to li' (ape."
That i- a !ittl-' ever on the other
'ellIw.s.
What --if thte tools s were i ll deal !
Carlyle -aid there were tw-tyv mul-
lions of people living iu great t lritain,
"mostly fools." The New Nrk SunI
says it would lie a "lonesome world if
the fools were all dead." Puck says
"what fools these mortals be." AndI
our readers remeniber what the Ocala
Banner said if the fool killer were
turned loose. 0, if it were not for their
crop of t'o)Is what would the wise
men do?
it seems :ow to be in order for imen'
with something to say to pubiish a
weekly newspaper. -Mr. J. Sterlinoi-
Morton, member of ex-President
Cleveland's cabinet, is printing the
"Conservative." a weekly newspaper,
at Nebraska City, Neb., and Mr. Bry-
an is printing the "Commoninoer" at
Lincoln. Neb. As ex-President
Cleveland and ex-Senator I). B. Hill
both seem to have sonwetlizg to say
we shall not he suirpr;-id -A' :t!iy timn-
t !e tht ll u !:r ln-lhinit ouii :?. *,\ ,.ek y ,l
ioeruiali-'i., L

He Kept His Leg

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THE OCALA BAlMER AND THE STAR.


It is, natural : tiat lour n i'lr
across the street should not he ftoe'n
in v-ry good humor and it was ex-
peleted that it would make a: puIi'-
exhilbition of its grief.
It is knatwinig a til*, lootkin,1 u."(V
ainl f-eltijug worse.
iFe-ling as it does it i.s natural that
it hlio,,, fall into errors.
SI,,le of whii-h we S-hall i)oint ,#:1
a'ndl we are glad that we can :iflrdl
to di)o so goodl uinaturedly.
T'lth ( .:;t. la lanniit-r liil in t *r'j'.'y :,-
if ':43y- a mionoioly of tile pt *'.'!- *ri .1-
iii untl ;ivt S t:ir vwa.s :i il-
Thei (-al- Ilanimer has iin it- p -- "-
sion a whole ceinetary of buried i-\wvs-
papers that onre llourisited in *inr
city.
These newspapers, one after anoth-
er, said the same things and cut the
,ame capers the Star is now doing.
It is an old performance--serio-com-
ic and always dramatic.
Before turning up their little toes
they made similar boasts and similar
promises and tinted the evening skie
with the siam" u11ninous pyrotechnics.
We are not feelin,- :i hit nerv,)u-.

We -ay a i-.tintly thua t)he (),-&Jt
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anll lt i,!.ely ;!;, '*** !i:.- iwtai ,ti o our
sh1oulder-lwi, tie Il)a lin i. v t' tlie
Ivythias-aau'i ueip great Ig'i'. vr tears of joy and gratitude.
Now, that'C the way the Ocala BP i-
ner used ail .-:ill uses its mon.)poly.

How does the Star ldo ?
It enjoys a minilopoly of tli shorini's
advertising a:dl with the proceeds
dos'nt say :t pi ;ayui'e to anybody
or anythiinig.
More than that:
it has decorated thli slheritT with an
angelic role, phlaed a iihrp in his
hand alnt wings on hin shou itir"-, :4llt


says he's an an gel ait;l not a b:.a IIt ill
like a 'unl y ritinlnii sioii-r.
If tomi,)rr,)vw tl.'e -.' ri ti w \ 're t ,
transfler the pitihlic'atior( i o)f iis -ail,-
to ihe e),-:talt 1'liniut r lie wo:.U1{ iimlil.'-
dia.tly bte'coee'h inl t 'i ^''es of iuI'
ilr'i I.hbor :; li l, ts ti> at ?n :til .t- :x
ot;( ) !y
    It i al':ozelither omw.,u. to iwho,,i i;l-
    ,rei i o\ ,,l ,-e 1 \'r i .'.i -,r ,iliiiL,- ;ir,.
    ll ii al l il r al wroi' i --thl-i-k, li:-o. ,.
    w iite or .ree.'t'.

    Mr. Flagler and the Editors.
    l'r- -iie-l 1 H. 11. ''at m'ii of tli>' F''., -
    ida I're,-,s ,.1 iti n lIa- rc'eiv ri'
    tile follow! ing. Itl'r f'ri M I. .M1.
    Flhi-ler"

    M,.i: ;h i. .. "T" 1:; 1 !. i'Tt .: :

    "'DEA i SIr- It iha;s alliorded nI,-
    mucli pleasure to notice oni tlihe se-on'ii
    page of the cmiuposite newspaper is-
    suied by your association at its re'eut
    meeting in Miami a very flattering
    noticeof myself. and when I speak of
    mny gratification I refer only to the
    value I would place upon such a corm-
    pliment as that paid me, which, ini
    this instance, i.s all the greater owing
    to its having come from a body of
    Imen s41 poteut in the advancement
    and development of Florida.
    "All of uus have a commonn I labor to
    perform in the 'ieveloinment of our
    state, anld it is only ty pulling to
    gether in harniony and n mutual :doii-
    dence that we canll hope to achiev',
    the great results \ %e all so earne.-tiy
    desire.
    Least expr' -- thl' uiembers of)1
    tihte a.I-..)' itio; i y ;lp reilti)i o
    the i' !'h U :.t ,a di ':tte!y ..,,;-
    v ;','i lvy thtini, a.,:; thie t'v, ii. n :
    1"tt 'i< :ttl<'li i' :tl '.rds tlitt ill ri.v e -
    f'rt -. pro,, oti- t),- ,p.'l'" re o," t):.

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    Aguinaldo's Captor.
    It w:,.,imt utilikt- 4 eritral &tii-tori
    to) faiffitart' THit- Filipinoih0et iffh t-unaiI
    I'un-1t 41 m a s-o.ldie-r mid ier (zottWiez
    ill 0013a, britthidieIjin th:at tie' ('na.-s
    t'oudi~t IinOirvwith ithii-ir miouthis thaji
    mvith their t'arbititl' hi- left ten.He
    Owhnt lIeea w et' a soe 'it i-r iinrder I(ra-ntI
    SamunlUtIiiilit-ere wias lio t) GO#- ight inL2
    to kv (loll''. HeIth' I-tj WOell? to Th.-
    Phiiii;piuaes anid Nltd hI.' ehar-- *i;i
    .\.ti~r~ttf'' ci~:tlantd iii a.-i
    1a-1wij ~ro'd atnditewil-i- lvv i're'ol fr Aglii-



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    IT IMPLIES NO OBLIGATION ON 1411IK I0'jKI I*F m

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    HARDWARE


    Sash and Doors,

    Farming Tools,


    READY MTXED PAINTS. ETC



    MONTEZUMA EXCHANGE


    J- P. GALLOWAY, Prop.


    Liquors, Wines, Beer, CGigars,


    FIRST CLASS POOL ROOM.


    !1)III1)t MnidSa t Isfat ti 1 ry Servi' -sr.E **
    Woutnezumai IIva Block.


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    I. Also Suaccesso- to Yar.kec Novelty Works


    R 1uh and Aishin. Lul!ber, itels

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    Ot, itt"'fltjx Ct.. l.-'k
    inidi'' IoU nerv ous- r
    ii".,, r ~tther thanm
    health. IfC tii.- is
    trut- un,1-hr nvst *-~"
    favoN he cnti
    ttisl-, '.%biat shall b.--
    said 01 those- wiio- /
    suffer ;rom iwrnniau-.' II
    IV 'lksea&'e--.,aujtjhoWi
    enidurt. h'at.tcht'.
    backache. antd -.....
    otiltr pain ia
    No -ick woman 1
    shol'~i l neglect the'
    Trt-l 41:', )W Curt. for ~


    Prest-rintion. !t.

    regu~:c. tn' prid''


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    Scroll Sawin-c. Latlh. S [inl.,. Ert.
    PATENT BEE HIVES A SPECIALTY.
    .' Estiinatts promptly furnished.


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    your F'omofj'. t,'i%1)1,

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    -erlien'.. India Linen. Victoria
    Lawny*. Ede.. ror 4Im'riv-r we'ar.

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    -*,r iow paid a .a!ary i~tn of a rom
    :ici .sioni. Trea.-;,,-er'5 'commission on
    ..(o)fl fun I a1*O- rn(oun~)1fte-d to $70~6.


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    r of'F ..v- frCi!fn.ld 1wva~r1od rin
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    414 m:1:tofl O h.- hooks. woe
    il ;(-rrv ( War!- the 142 chocol
    kl'.-T wE W'70r.v- v -;()TrN 'to
    fht A* t btt ill'hto Tnth.' 3flUwifll
    $21o. 147 --,o. \W.,thinhi- Ti' m.tin,, for
    h. (-ou1ft .v Of r~I.o III' f lttin vn

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    thte time it wa- hzoiv h- w.wasvi1. niee
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    'SI je;~it fclr it i. 'ii kIA~a''
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