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The Ocala banner

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Title:
The Ocala banner
Uniform Title:
Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title:
Ocala daily banner
Alternate Title:
Daily banner
Alternate Title:
Banner
Place of Publication:
Ocala Marion County Fla
Publisher:
The Banner Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
February 5, 1889
Publication Date:
Frequency:
Weekly[<Jan. 3, 1890-Mar. 5, 1943>]
Weekly[ FORMER Aug. 25, 1883-Dec. 28, 1888]
Daily (except Sunday)[ FORMER Dec. 30, 1888-<Apr. 29, 1889>]
weekly
regular
Language:
English

Subjects

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

Notes

Abstract:
The Ocala Banner was founded in 1883 as a successor to the Ocala Banner-Iacon, itself the product of a merger between the East Florida Banner and the Florida Iacon. In 1890, the Ocala Banner became a daily. Over the years it bore alternate titles: the Banner, the Daily Banner, and the Ocala Daily Banner. Situated in rural Marion County, the Ocala Banner covered farming, business, and civic issues in Ocala, where the Freeze of 1895 had devastated the citrus industry and paved the way for diversified agriculture and the growth of tourism. The most important of the early editors of the Ocala Banner was Frank E. Harris, a veteran of the Confederate army, who ran the paper in the 1890s. Other editors included T.W. Harris, who had published several other newspapers in Ocala, and C.L. Bittinger, who before moving to Florida had served as a commander in the Grand Army of the Republic. In 1895, the Ocala Evening Star surfaced as a rival to the Ocala Banner. Beginning in 1897, it also appeared in a weekly edition, the Ocala Weekly Star. During an address to the Ocala Rotary Club, R.N. Dosh, editor of the Evening Star in the 1920s and 1930s, recalled that the “Star first saw the light of day in the press room of the Florida Baptist Witness”, founded in 1884 as the weekly press organ of the Florida Baptist Convention, a branch of the Southern Baptist Convention. Former competitors, the Ocala Evening Star and the Ocala Banner joined in 1943 to form the Ocala Star-Banner, which remains the daily newspaper of Marion County.
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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f BUDGET OF HOME NEWS COUNTY SOLOXS1X COUNCIL. The petition of Alex Brown asking to District. No. 2.;", ( 'ftlll1l'r-n., .\. lIIilh.JI1 CITY & COUNTS--- -- \

.. --- lit' placed upon (the peiiper list, was' rt' \). 1 II.'I[ h and Peter l K, llekkcma.District .
C. L. RiTTiNUER'tty_ : Edlto jected. No. :li!I\\, Belleview-D. E.: :-:Irohl DIRECTORY
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The petition of T. W. L>'!les Asking to (', ieo. G. Mutliews and l Ur Harvey
Go to banders' and get; a box of -Vcent 't>. be placed upon the p\lIl't.r. list was on Knight. CITY OFFICERS, ;
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cigars for 1. At a reRnlarmeeting: : of the Board of motion )granted at ?4 per month, pay to District No. 27, Sparr-C. I). Souttr! IA'nr-lIr HUM I'

(.">nnt\! ron.iv-:' ; er i r.r Marion! ('.>un- commence Jan 1 lv lOn >. S. C. IJunrterninn and T. J. Wlialov.Distr.rt Clerks! A Uni,, ...tmry
I: The bottom of the clouds have drot" ,it-1 ty, held Jal1nar}: 7th, ItvsO! the. following: motion 111. Brown( was granted a No. :US, Chipict N. W. 'Wind- MuMhiil-t. .t. lull

out. membiis wu I I present : Clmirinn" 11. certificate of reduction for an excessivea8 ham C. C;, Higginbothant and (ieo. H.Drawdy. rt.lliH-tor A....-..'.|- >1.I'Sd..u.. I: MclUT f

The clouds have: passed away and the W. Ui.g, M. H. lion: \V. 1'. Williamson, (>sment of taxes fur ItS for the sum TrfH'nn-r K. I K snow.lcn.
sun shiner bri,:htlv. and\ W. P. ThrmitlMtiiTh of filly dollars The following bills \\t'rt' u'lil'/l'll! (pnid : rnkMcui' of <' mncll-Jnn. K. I'unn.
iMr. minutes If" regular nt' '. The: submitted, of nard \l.1t'rllwlI-J.. .K. I Ina ::1. K.: \V. Ague,
( flu eting ( County Judge. report iiv.. IxniK, County t'oiull..luuer..S 8 COM J. 1'. I.ar.eater.tuhn
I Henry li. Dunn, the Denial and 3rd and a Fptcial iii".>ting held ]Dec. ID, special licenses for Decemlwr 18SS, II. Ron ". .......... V WVV Sinliftmll II. W. lutiuiipr.\. tirtnui|UmtrU! t.and U \H..IIC0\. li.' Mar-\.:.O.

smiling Iruil iriovPI of Cilia, I is in the ISSS, wenread,{ nod approved.\ ainmounting to M70} and the same was V1'.1'.. \IrHMUmm\ 1ll1"nIlIOIl. ('eunty" ( oinniiovloiirr" ...... 11 ell"(f(') l. .

city for a Jew dup,. The. Board approved' the following on motion approved" IVtrrMllWr wlKlrMMHlp]. ... 3 .i"i .auaary Im-tMttor V\. T. King

hIIII : Henry )1. On.r. Jn..titt> of the A petition' signed by fifty-eight) citizensof W. II. Kcnnedhringuagtiectionlemma: .. 670 COUNTY OVF'ICRS.(9nmh .
Miss Hose Cleveland K:. VV AjII>iu h <'0.. U-wue" |Iullwr| .............. 4 (KI
sister of the Peace bond ; ) D. S. Borland .
JoU district the Boardof
; securities' t'lIIinjton asking 1. l II. UrBL-l. nuilonvry ......... X :V .f.liiilttUleliaril. Mcfoimtbr. I
'.. President, is domiciled at the Punta told James B. 1 Borland ; John W. County Commissioners to rewind their 1'. 11'. ilea I i.lIlIl't.r.| ........................ 4.M'< > iVniiMj: : t U-rk I> 1. MilU-r
Gorda Hotel, harlotte: Harbor. Tompkins! Justice: of the Peace, bond action in appropriating K>,((IOII> to the v.1v',1 I Hull, Jr, ft"' |pn.tal t'HriU... 71>n Miorllf K: T willlitniRA ; .
1) K. lrcr. irotlnm for >irW :..,....,, r 11UR Latest s'vlesof i { )(OO ; (securities'' J. W. Stevens' and John :Semi-Tropical; Exposition( ", was rend, and, IAitg. \.11\\ i'al .....'11.... .Paul.....|................... S'MI 4 tullivtor! II. "miiuaiin, ('Ito.
bilks in all new' shades, 1) haw ; James+ (McUeehee.l : Justice of after mature: consideration of the stones U hrliiHon!, wil.li-Mi Multi\ ..... t miI TrtriMirer s K |I''|MMirlnt.n.lfiit
for eveuiug.dresees' at 11. Fidel's.. SljGt the Peace, bond fc-ViU ; securities J. T. \ as' tefused!t on the ground that the scriptfor I.I C. M nt lie w*, tux !RWOKMM-. 77(< f wI i iMr | of( rnbHc irurtlnti-M.. 1.
V M. iMimirl! .1K i nary, rent of urnuiry........... 10 MJolnii'iiTttfni. 1'1I1"t., I ll UllllKtOIIt'ount .
and had been
Little Waller Gate whoa \H'wk:0 Phillips So'kitlger ; i said appropriation' issued i-onwtT .. ......... :.K"' ) :((oniiiilwlonrrs-' W, Intuit \V. I". '
I'ohiMi.l cuustabie.1)011( tii IIO ; securities! and turned over and' \\ I1I0W bcunnl J. > VV J H) Innthmn.1 M II. Uoii, F':14. IVrrln, 11': 1''diiIlauukn \
was kicked by a horse' and his! life despaired Archie !Mt.-l (;los'. 1'liouuvs, and! the control of the Board of County Com VV'.1 W.a iammajc:; ,:, t:zmlltetir: \! : ;; ::.,: r>l II: dc

of, is blow I 1\.' but surely recover- Archie Steel. Ji.; George; Vogt.t oiibtable, miR iollt'rM. K:. VV. VKUOW A ('n., \\ ii t eat.eaip. ........., ianii.(fi the first. :..tlll't
.\ u., ur, wllJi'Ht 1\1.1".10- da7111e\er\ itiontlifrthnol ; io
ing. __ bond! :*:;,.IH) ; securities' Ihntinuel: Felder The IHUH! of T. J.Leitner for constable. \ lhermnlm IWt'l| ... 10 'Ui I llonnl Ir K. : 'r.I."t. IL! T. \Vnrliiianti. ,

and Xiichana lymph; ; Walter A. Ihir- : for -500\ ) was appro\ed.' Sureties, Edwin T. II. J 11111(". 2: w Ill cal' -. .1&1"| i...... ..... 6 tat> M. S MO-HT. A. t.rlllln iturlwe.S'h.i .
The County :Miool:; board acted yesterday iAard|t l tllt'I'Ilr. ,," lu iiumlh.
( ilcfniiio! ) ,U-arwH i' .... ft Ui untidier (\t ry
Constable liond Kx""*) securities Priest L. Green and Richard .
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like boys' let lose alter long confine Kola HulKx-k' dork! add auditor..... 4 ment. To-morrow we will intimate Julius Mobly and Win. Marvel.lrchi; bond of Jno. D. Leittierfor justiceof t Fiery SvMt.ll, pain,t'r, a iiumlliH... 121: ?)
of their bald C. Brass:!, Justice of the Peace, I liond the i peace/ for ;j"JUS) approwd.Sureties l-iulit: tutu >rn (i each: I 8. :(M:/ 1'rfnlilotit-lir T I'. lat)?.
i some actions to our readers 1lilrt-flKlit I I \ ixnilsm; Yt i l Hth: ::. I Ill I ("i'I secretary-'apt" '| K It IW'hAr.t"un.
tOO) Maturities I W. Brooks amid W. L. ti. L. Whittenburir C. C. Priest
; < 'WO 1>HIIXTK, tOfHtll ........ .... .. ..... Ill.' (HI, "'IIII'rll--llr., [.i..t. 1Ii1h.I1II1.or., 3Iil.wn. t
Long !silk mils at M. Kishel's." [31j6t) Thomas.It and W. H. Kendrick.J. 1\'. A. Mt. u"ilC. wlMrat .malp... Sin M 1. S. .......rllll'II\.III".III. f
I' was ordered that ('hanev Fuller be Mathews, tax assessor"' submitted, Mn. Kiln, liaise)', KutrdiiiK |'w. ul|+'t' ....... .. is! W f ,
Bill Arp, Jr., son of t l;famous Georgia placed on, the pauper( list at i-'J: month, the tax books for 1S&8, which after due I>r. K.: V an lust!, ntti-mliug l.niu'..r.... In litF. HOARD. 01TIADg.. 1
K lUrrl prlntliiK. ........... It! (tel 1'ivnMi'iU .. I Minn.
philosopher and humorist, is in the |>ay tocommeiue in January', 181)) examination, weir approved' and the F? 1'1 \\nUHm, UiMling I'fl'llllw..... ........ VI 67 Mee PreM.U-iit A. VWiitlirn.Hrrrvlarjr .
cityand comforts of the The Board approved' the 1't'1I8io1aNIi.' certificate authorized by law was duly' K:. 1'. VV illlituiK Cur jiiuior. ... 5 ui' It m. box .1
Montezuma. William Jr. is a vertable cation of It. B. Krvm.: signed, i by the BoaI'd. It. 1 K MiowiU, county ttvnuurfr, ..... ......... U 1. |lottriloftornor' ; -.V, P. Mitn. Jr., 0. Khctn-!
K K KiioMiUu, unit. orrrpiilJoiiriHuiriiiKl ivj V:: Slier iii,,. .F. luniti{ J. II l.hinu'Um, H A.
of the old bloik. Madison 'riswell It ordered that
I chip a pauper, havingdied wad ( Ute account of \\fHthonm. *'oxaiiilS VV.MiMMly.
a The bid ol C. Kheinauer Bro.
\ wasrejected
was on motion ordered btickcu Hood iV\: to\'ulll'l' !'l'ft'rrl'lllull'k to them\
.;. Shoes have never been known as from the pauper list. for correction, a* the r.mount was an Iwing !barred by the statute' of HU1LD1NG( AND LOAN.SSOCIA..

cheap: as thoveaOL_ .: FiaheTfc: [:31jtit] It was ordered that Mary :-;l'wellto replaced overcharge.1'hecitizets. limitation TION. fl"

It Mr. II. C. Packham and wife, of Philadelphia on the pauper' list' at }3 a month, of Welbhton! prl.'Hl'nt'llaI'l.titioll H. H. :Suowden'onuty; Ticasurer", submitted I l'fl'III''III- VVIItnor. .
"t and a subscriber to the BANNER and pay: to commence the 1st' of November { to the Board asking fora change his report for', the' month of I Docember .\'h't.I'n'"I.I.,1I, EI.I iHloili'KlNttfiary ,

dropped| in to-dav to .ar howdy, \ 1 ISSt. of road, which was, after due consideration us follows : I Hour. lot' slut|Illft'll..r.Tn'II""r.'rIA"IIII. J.1'. 1 aiifHHtcr.Fos. Inane Me "'.P' ,,..
A pit'l.t'c'fHcrip drawn in favor of Mis. gianted.' The following is a COfNTY" I IhOIFH.\ \ VI. Hll, .
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and that you have a fine country, but copy ,11111.1. Hr.\t, A K. IMoiu-Kl.l\ H. I).
; "in Penelope Holly for $400 at the meetingin : of said, petition: V\Hrtunt "UIl."n.1 In Inc. iss........It,tit MAmi. 'AfliarlHR' and k. A. Iutfurd.OCALA \.
outside than the
)just now more drops ... .
paid t> li I'jli-ii\ counttruimrtr :i:!J! liKOAD :
bucket. i November, 1S68, No. CH, was on WiOHiiroN, FI.A. Jan. 8, INS',1.\ RIFLES.

motion destroyed, as the same wa-sero- 1'0 tht musty ((' > ioiu.r vf Mn H:M>. ''8.mln| -tivo A, NKHIIHmt
.: Elsewhere in our "little (lall\'" will be nrouslv drawn. County Mutt of }1uril!., .. Til ItHlrtiu-f\ O\"fJ'lllot< ) )...... I :2ii'\ 92 1.11'111"111111H.I II Council(

found the advertisement of :\Mr. 11. I'. It was ordered that Timothy Guilfoyle, We, the niulersigned citizens and 111'II lil.NU' H MAmi >. "Svcoli.l' l.lclit.-lmnt-. h \\ Ulialii1.1ort .

EagK'ton< of Lake Weir, who has as be placed on the pauper list' at $-I per pioperty!" holders of Welshton/ Fla., respectfully jiiiM H. 1 K. l'U'K, county trt-ntiurvr. ( 10 isSCII'NiL ) MunUmFIRK

handsome\ and deniable:! property for month, pay to commence in January, petition jour honorublo bodyto H'Mi.' : COMPANY
i" sale as ran.be.\' found! ill the :Mate. Tho.o IbM) discontiniut t the old or 1I-1;llh'll :blew Ami. I'rtl.ls. H. J') It'I, county trtHnimr..f a \n'lheiciiHii {'llld -1' l II. I mi.'m.t.T

4- contemplating inventing! will do well! to T. S.:; Hamlin was granted a charter for Road,' ruiiiuui through Welshton, and : | the Hoard" adjourned untilWednesday FIr't.es.IMaut Fort'inanMmirUf. \ 1.111.Kliflnnnrr.htMiinii Cali .

communicate with the gentleman. a ferry across the Ucklawaha river at that C'amplxll street, fioni the. eastern morning' at S oclotk. amlkliinl \\'. U. Mllrlh"n. ki IA l
't Mtn.ury-J( II. viallttl... T/
tarkes Ferry. line \\cNhtori: (wherethe! old load
1Vsulxlsusv:' MoitM.su, Jan. 'J, lh'\9. '1'Mt'iit-ilve iiivuiU..
A fine line of drum goods for tea
: The Board approved' the WI"o\ ( connet ts), and which is laid out (H) feet r
gownsat M. Fishel's. [3IjGI) Tilt Boaid, met ; to adjournment HOOK ANU LADDER 1 COMPANY.Prt .
1 peisii.nnt
Emanuel Vog t for *;>tN) as Justice" o* the! wide on the set lion lines of sections 1/i/
Peace ; securities.., Charles Woodrow, E. and :22:: township Hi, range: :IM:t, be declared' with the following' members ii es- ..l.lfiit-Al-lnni falser
Mr. Ed. Wartmann, son of our esteemed ent : Chairman 11. W. I L+mg. vV. P. W.limniHon l- I l'.n'III"II-\\. lli'iilt.'r"
J. Williams.Thereupon "
and far
Oliver Charles load
a .public: as west as Agnew street I Aw>..tant-\Vt ll. Kithar tax
progressive citizens of Citra, was in morning the 8th inst. Tuesday! ( ) public'
the city, yesterday, taking the pjaieofhis road from whih public loads/' lend" east, to select the names 01| ;p gregta LULU1.A LODGE[ :, NO. a2, I. O. O. K.

.. father in collecting taxes, while he TUESDAY Jan. sth, l I1'\SII.'\f wrstbouth.. and I north. 'Peter K. Hekkema ll'fl'll'oh') ," of the l't"IIII.III art! as giand IMeelscier I )' iutsday ."'IIIIIK."

\ was attending. the "esMon of the County The Board of Commissioners to said and petit" jurors' lot. Ihe /ear issy, W. II ('liAlllc. N 'i i
County hereby agrees open Camp VV, M. Phlllli. trt-tar' .
1 Board ot Education met pursuant! to adjournment. Present : I bell and Agnew streets and to make It 11"Il'fl'd that the clerk procure All tlrltliiK LrollicrmordUlly 11I,11t..t.OCA1.A .
-- --- Chairman 11. W. :M. H. Hoii W. theta sale' and hi siiilablti hooks to inake.il 'i"'p''y ot the' tax
passable as public
Long, igh-: CHAPTKR NO. 13, R. A. M.OraUCiiuiiliT .
The Ocala Hides at ousines .
meetinglast
a P. Williamson ami V\ P. Trantham.On 1 books' of l 18 \S two bunks ul :1'oD:: jiiigtw)
N 11)14. No. l.<. It. .
.several A. M tinvofatloni
night received new member
motion Commissioners :M. H. Hou I A asking that be each, (for {cal pio" |>eit t) and unit one book '
) petition : a eauseuu) Urnl MoiiU> niKtit In e\cry niouili.'
and elected Will Condon bugler. of i lt>(0) pages;: Cur pt is. .nod piojierty.TheieiiMiii 11. %v. II. ,
and \\ P. WlIl1allll'ollNl' upx'] >intcd a i built through that portion of :Marshallswamp luau P .
The l' anv lefused to have anythingto i the Boaid J. S. .lKAirt.K HtrrttaryThe .
| adjourned to
committee to t'XIUllilll' and reduce leading to
with to Miarpu's Ferry wis'
'r do the; petition' a.king the Governor 'ctlicationh the' work to 'I Idi.lon'r until the IIt'Xlll'\lular meet the lust :Mondav\ in FebiuarJ iUIilc| | hail Hiiiulay HthiMil\ sell Kirlal

necfSburv repair :
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to remove Adjutant (jeneral Lang HmiUiT I IH:t'i.ii'uI I lerk. nUi'ii I : e\try Hiuulriy iiuirnliiK I: ot AKIIUW'M: hall
. the causeway through': Marshallswamp and a committee ap!']>omtcd to investigate also 'fHiliiiiK( at nlKlit at regular I hour, auiii
of the :Otatl'lilitla.:; to Miaip's: Fern and\ make retort the matter and make entimalu' of B>' 1). A. Bt uuMk, D. C. i; );utittliiKCTfry: VUMlnvMlay nl;:hi. All are
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to the Boaid.: the tost. ---- ----
1 1i Don't forget the Home Minstrels wlio I _
It ; .: will present in\ tile Opera House Monday The application!' George Washington The Board ap'|>ointetl the followingroad i Hotel A..ltal..

5If; night a varied\ and entertaining\ Lilt Poking to be I'lac-ctllll'lJlI the 1':1111'r| list commissioners' fur the several distracts OI-AI.A llofsK.: Feb/ I, ISV.i", .-Chas. W. TRAVKLKR'S: GUIDE i

'if Encourage home talent and give I them afj' was rejected. Campbell" County ; 11. 11. Donohiie\ St.IAMII 1. -- a
bumper. ttl. H. McCoiiathy preberiled a resolution District) No. 1, Ocala-Cutler, W. 1 E.: *, :>Fo.; J. A. Harris, Cilia, Kht.; Schedule of the S. S. O. & G. R R. .

from the Trustees! of the Methodist Nix and James 11111. Frank Clarkson. Jn< ksunville, Fla.; :M. I D.AbraiiH I. Attire from ""11I...""" ,,......................... MV r. M.
Don't forget that promptly at'H p. in. chunh ot the city of Orals, asking to District.. No. '.', It'dlic'k-Wllit Handallt. and wife, Pittshtirg, Pa, ; .\.1. 1.4'are Oi'nU for Iniiiiirllon.................. 1)3):" A. )I.
tonight, Colby incomparable band) of have the Chairman of the Board of Coun \ :S.; :Slciiman and D. H. Irvine Wcs and w if.* Atlanta ( in., Join! II. KHuriilnx. at.............................?.......... tittle. H.
; lA-atvixaU for llonuMMiMt................. '
ft :IK) /
will btrtke, the grand Commissioners tut'xcl'ute a quit claim District N..3,1'lciiuglomi-J.l.: Beck p. M.
:;'J fifteen pieces up ; linker, New York ; }IdanlSpr1tn:; cr.
march. All who expect topaitieipiite' {, in deed I to !same Trustees, to correct an error \v. D. Mathews and \\'. A. Wilkerson. Maryland ; Isaac\ II. Carry, Brooklyn. K. C. cl P. R R, (Old F. R. & N. Line.)

the ,pleasures and festivities of the. Phu.-- in a deed fur the lot that said church is District No. 4 1, Cotton Plant-tieo. L. N \'. Schedule.

t., nix club dance be III time to fall in with located on, was on motion adopted. Tin ie<'Linger, Ji. J. Fie>'ermiah and D. M. '
.J following is a of the resolution : Barco. :\MOXTK/.I.' Horn, F [ |1-011" !Isear, Night iKouH-iivrr" north Is.u.d...._.....(1)4( P. H.
)d the grand procession.A copy ( iainesville Fla. (i. olden' :M;heht >MMt'lltfurilllUh b"ulI,1..1
( ; ,1 Swam' | U A. M.
,-q. th. Mass frank "n-iKt ....>i...' P. M.KOMII .
'.j pen wad built in the open lot in rear of Marion couuty, Florida, this Hood, J. C. Folks vnd W. J. Weston.District ,[01 ; 4)SwantIsrth, HOUNh.I'awnmT .

f, of D. A. Miller's carriage rej*,>Mtory, and day, come Calvin J. Allred, :Scott; :S. Bur- No. t>, Camp lzzi&rd-J. B. Mat.; :; A M
t Mr. George, of Texas, made a successfulsale ,! till lUlIl', Daniel A. Miller, Hit-hard: Mc- Davis, J. W. !Hohs and J. H. McConn. Spitia, >aiiAnlonioXHM ; B Dul'u- :: ..................11.10 r. M.
LA at auction ot several carloads of Conathy, Marion :M. Little, John :>. Fra- District No. 7, :shady: Grove-J. W. Ibxlge, wife. and th Elmwoo: l, Fla; FrelKbt: ...... l.U A, M.
Texas |*>niei. They: brought from *."><) to zer, William T. King, Frank P. Gallnev Pearson, J. A. Trimble and W. E: Woods. I E.: I' Axt( II. ( ;iainettle/ Fla ; J. II. Stevens Canon Hall wmfh U>iin laN ruling and !Stevens'. Potter da ; M. D.Ida. with iKiinut....... 1,41 P. M' 1Juas14.
,' 175 per head. The oUlt and Leonard Dozier as: Trustee( of the District No. 8, Wlutesville. M.
.... exhibition given: in the morning way. Ocala char eMettioiIist EIiM'01'1\1:| | Lucius, L. A. ('aua'0ay and J. B. Douglas. sail Elh'o :'1. 1 l.awrcnce, Brooklyn' N. Y ; KKAZCK,

r .. highly enjoyed by the big crowd present. South, ahd moved this Board to orderits District No. D, Luke I Weir-E.; L. Car John Fab}'an, (Conant Fla.;( M. Brown, t'|' Town Ticket! Agent.

.::1 Among the equestrians. a lady. Chairman to execute on behalf of hey, Geu. E. Campbell and J. J. Eagle!: City; Miss Mollie MiGolritk, Macon, The I'. S. R. R. Time Table.
(Ja. Mrs I N. 11. Mice
Fully three hundred persons'! were in attendance Marion county, a quit claim deed to them ton. ; Milledgeville I UR.; aoVTal audit,.
from the country. Mr. block numbered of District No. 10 Mobs Bluff J. Bill Arp, Jr., \\ S. Ivey, .Milledgeville.:
many for sixty-se\en the C. I'll-
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1 Pwlet.grrutfresln" I (k'ala..._... $ .
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GaC. 11 Neiiner II. (i. Dunn 1A; I J.. : ? ?? r. tt
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horses.
how
Fla. and J.
George knows to auction old survey of fiesta lans., G. H. Nixon P. Holly. ".__.. 6. a f M.
It aj'i earing to this Board that by District No. Jl, Brooklyn-H. D. McDonald Wartmann, Curs, Fla.; C. W. Ftrrell, Frt'llIb.. ., II N .._........,.. 91)0 A M.
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Lake Count)'. resolution of this Board of date !March T. W. Handle and J. W. Perkins. Wild"'KI!, Fla ; J. BagrHt, U.S. L. J.:. It. II ..... .... 1106 A. MNOKTII i

Cake County by her exhibits at the 11, IboO, the: north half of said block was District No. 1 V2, Salt Irilllo-F.: 1:. Anelate! ; Em Van Epen: \ Pembertorr, ''UHD.PawieriK I a
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Fla. F. C. Allen Jr.
Blue Fla
Semi-Tropieal is making a perfect bower ordered: to be conveyed to the Trustees ('al 'o\'e.l1, 'iii. Caskiil .and Alonzo! J..oDistrict g. W. ii.; I-4-a exlliiies springs, ; i arrlrn!, tn I OaU..._............_ 7.1& A. a.
of beauty of her production' This is of said church for the use of said church, 10.13-J. \\ Williams, T. J, J"" A. ..' .I. ....... .. ....._1220 P. u.

4 a hint for old Marion to hump herselfand and that a deed was executed to them Perry and C. Milligan..: A .Muchly Married flan Freight.. It... II II' ...................._.-J.I.... V.6II.:. .. M.,
her sister county one letter in a for the Mine by the Judge of Probate, District No. 14, Orange I'rillg-A. It. 4
go A s" sojonmer in Oiala I has U-en rnarrie l
z general display of productive wealth which deed is questionable' a* to i ikri Gntiui, '1'. WalloOn and (;. M. Living five lime. to four wives, all of hour are

proper execution, and that said Board on ston. now in !lif,-, and. he in now living happily
lk P.'th of December / ) ordered that District No. 15 Linadale< irant Davis
the :
Pasco Calls fur Spate.The : Ib-il ,
County
with wile' :\0.4. He ('ullrt..lawJ married
( the said Judge make a title: to the proper John Hobinson an>l I. A. Kirtsly.District LEAD
No 1 two time and divorced from
Dade *
L following dispatch (ruin authorities. of said church for the" south No. JIi i, tra-C. \.\'. White, U. was
City, of date February1th, to J. O. half of..aitll.Jock! which defd( was made Grantham/ and !). 11 I. todt-tier.! her two tunes, wan divorced from mo. 2 I WE ,
and 3 each time four divor
Clarke, Secretary, speaks! for it-elf: but contains a provision as to a house of District No. 17, Anthony/ -H. K. Boyt, one making)
all. In instance of divorce!
Pasco Commissioners want I,-")1 !U wluare worship which was not authorized to be Elbert shaley arid Davis Forbes cee in every i IrEYER FO OW I k
the wives ai>plied I for divone on the
feet of s)>ace. EICUE.NLAVB, in same by the order aforesaid : and if District No. 18, Lake Kerr-1V. J. grounds of adultery and in unit ,
Gen. Agent elu.TrorlcalISOClatlon.! being a fact that the whole of Maid block Douglas, H. D. Wilson and H. M. WatHOII. every
rr the hu.l and paid) the wife'council fee
haa \been in the uninterrupted |>o"Ne.- .
and >ence 1)( ttuit. .IN (;xMItY..TY.NEM ASO......
Interest. Awakened.Mr. sion of said church since said dates and District No. I'J, ht,inion-\\'. S. r''.. All. exl| :
The, above in related the husbandas \
ward LJit for church and Jo;. M. illicit and '1'. B. snooks. by
I heed
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Mrs. J purposei, bop
John T. Foster, manager or I fact I and will furnish atfidaviUi ifnrcebsary
\ Frank Leslie's Co. writes to its said use acquiesced} in by this county, District No. :.u, J-'autville-U. !H Blltch. 6Tai'iely
Publishing
hate all the fruit it is therefore ordered that the Chairmanof H. W. Ferguson soil. E.; L. .'l'r l'rIoOCi. \ of Stlik.ElloodE&Nash1E

Secretary Clarke to lt'nd with descriptive this! Board execute and deliver on I District No1M I, Kerr Cit>.-:ft. 8. Haw- A d tftlnifuuhed\ ofoui i t'ichl"rh.. .

,; prizes photographed and all\the same will be behalf ot Marion county, a quit) claim ten, Bunard Woundy and h. 1 I.. Griggs. republic, Manuel "Spitia, U nt the city .

matter in Frank Leslie' famous and deed to said Trustees for wild propertyto District No. ::-.', Jltlntosh-W. M. Du- and it assisting at the auction Hale of

published world\ idv circulated "Illustrated." \\'e 'be held, u-sed and dispo****! of by them l'uyl1. H. Lane and t,. A. Whitney. horses today made by Mr. George at
fear w > and their Bucicttsors, for the use and District No. S3, silver r.Jrwj-J. P.Huhand I Coot'M cermet. Mr. K lake bin "1I1te. at : =

interest o.r people the do Semi not Tropical fully appreciatethe and the benefit of said church.It G. GooUby ami( Alex Holly. the Montezuma.Twentyouemeal l .

Pomolotfical war ordered! that John W. Stevens District No. 24, Silver:' Spring:' I'ark-li. I

) Society meeting is of awakening the American the mind of thepeople be pai-l 4M-'i for bringing; ballot box and F;. Howe, M. 14. Cauy and J. W. Lull I ticket I far $7, at the J.Cord'old BUud. Public 9<|uai., Ocala, Tl..

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THE OCALA DAILY BANNER. Immigration the Hope the South.A ...... .............. ............. .............._........ -IF YOt' WANT.OOD8 IN THE- il

correspondent" .) of the Little Rock ........ :.j 1 :i Ti I '..,............ '
: OCALA, FLA., FEVROARY S, 1SS9. ...............j I I I. 11.- [)rug Line- |
} Gazette, writing from Kansas City referring .................................................-........-............... IlIleinaneI'S'SDeoial
to the industrial )proggress! already : : I I .
Macon Telegraph. made by the Soutn, says : i i i -0- ,
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Prompt Action Necessary. When the Southern and I politicians 4Ijl
The ass' ssination of John M. Clayton and |>eoj>leall fall press into line Mtlaey 1 rT.: IMPORTANT l{ TIlE PLACE TO FIND THEM
do in the,8t and talk itnmigraon
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was a horrible rnme. An honest- and and every man is an enthusiastic" ...i iI .............-.................................................:it.:.. -Id AT- ,
energetic; effort to capture and hang the
guilty\ person or persona is the only way advertising" machine, so to speak, as he is DR. DELOUEST, ;y
Sale
in which .the State of Arkansas In the West then the South will be the
.j relieved of disgrace In connection can withIt. he most! pro")iKM-ous section i in the world\ .........:...."......-......:.... ..:......:.........:."..... ......... -(WEST SIDE Ql'ARE.-

There is every reason to believe since in natural advantage it is the ...... IN i |i 0 IT i II i; 1C i I IiTOjTHEjLADIjES i ...... + '
chest. earth. FLORIDA
section
that the crime did not spring from )per on ; i OCALA i t I I I I

tonal) malice, hut was the outcome of the Immigration i.i her golden goose.; Hy .........t....... J........ ........J..t.......:.........:......... 3m Sl-88
fears of debased) and reckless men, who immigration {her now worthless mountains ---O F- .\
b were willing to commit the blackest of iron and coal will turn to gold ; '
crime in tlioJiojw" of thereby preventing her endless wilderness. of timber will be
the discover/ a lesser one, of which converted into valuable merchandise ; i"I ,,,' : :" '
I they were already guilty That lesser/ her!\Wa\J1pA"\ in gardens<4 and I her river :... S. BIRDSEY & CO.
crime was the stealing of the ballot )lyff' will be lined with gleaming cities : : ; : :
TO THOSE wno woULD LIKE TO nx DRESS !II III
boxes after the election last November By it time valnenf her foriminglands will I CUSTOMERS: GO.DDS .
before the votes were counted, by which be increased tenfold and l her cotton, iron .......................". noticee: :that".................... I II --0Wholesale-
a cloud was put on the title to the offices and lumber will be manufactuied at I It. .has..come..to.our. .!! .! .a..number..of
I of Governor Eagle and home instead, of 1,000 miles away, thus 1 & Retail
Ureckinrid e. There is Congress.man not the saving to her )people all the profit of ::::::;Housewives::.:.. 1 1I _

:,i ._:.y, slightest gentlemen suspicion had thnt knowledge either of of these this increase manufacture value, a* still of the greater land item By than it the all I ::::::::::-be: lre to:take Advantage:of our-::::::::::: --DEALERS IS--

any .
(gross outrage'oM the rights voters.and ace problems' and. sectional prejudiceill 1 IMMENSE STOCK OF GROCERIES t I I ladles' Fine Broadcloth Hafllware j & Groceries0

they have condemned it in the strongest i"apl'l'ar altogether and a dream of i .................................... ................................ i iI f +
_,. terms. Nor is there any good reason to empire may be realized. Not oneof the But do not think we deliver them ; we there-

.. believe that the missing votes would have Id-fashionrd and diabolical sort of I . announce that.................N..... !
dreams of empire, based on vain military 50 and 54 inches wide
changed the result of the election in i 'WE WILL DELIVER ALL GROCERIES -
either the State: or Congressional district, glory and the ruin of the people but 11 ... :. ... ... ". I i a
but the fact that the crime was commit. one which will improve the condition, I. Bought from ue,,to any. part of the"ei'tf, with OCALA, I I I I FLORIDA3m 31-88
t of f citizen of the South: and whichto 80c. 90c. and $1. ,
ted. pave ground, for contests by the Republican every i rltoMrTsEss ANlrlISt'ATCII, 1In I I ur
candidates. Norwood and Clayton all races and I classes will I prove a 1

Mr. Heckinridge has expressed!' the blessing, and by which the world will beenefited. ::::;;Our,Grocery.Department t.::::: !
J, belief that the boxes were stolen for this > I ............... .......................................1::. ::... : Worth from SI.75 to S2.25 1
very [purpose, in the hope that Congress Of tho eight States mentioned Arkansas charge gfMJ. M. QA TES, needs no fraioe I / -
Itoollnt the head of the lit in the
would be Republican. i ::ITS:r:EXCELLENCE I AND: :: VARIETY: :
Whether: Beckinrhlgo is right or lumber of new schools, while Texan led N .
nofisa" matter of small importance compared In the increase of wealth These two I ,... Was almost become...... j
States, being cdlitiguous\ to the West in .

law with' and tho civilization necessity' by of the vindicatingthe punish act which a part the of enterprising it), are of and course,""rol.rt''III'e"pirit the I first( 1 A J| Household: : :!::Word.r. .J I ALL WOOL DI. F sners.j!

ineiit of Mr. Clayton's III 11 rc1t'rerM. Thefact .
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of \Vestrearhes and '. ". ,
that there was a Political| I motive behind permeates I .. .. .. ,. COLORED
thc murder, or at least a desire to but will eventually) reach them all, amid ...............................:......................................... HENRIETTA,
conceal\ 1 crime makes the sven South Carolina will sumo day fall
( a political only I BENJAMIN ;i&l FOX ;
assassination a moro hideous, cold title \\iuc ... .. .. .. .. 1O inches! wide,
'flitol1th:: must let the world know-
blooded offence against the funda" ental
what it !hums w pure its great 1I1 1H'ralnll.1 i i I !
a )lawn which civilization ft'/ltl4. Arkansas ; 'c i i iI
on nor the South can aflord\ that- mlK.T wealth can be found, and while .................... .... ............ ..... : .... ............... Can ho found one of the

such a crime should escape punishment, alt 1 should I work in harmony, there ought .........-i .1.1.i 1 .... -1. 55c.
do thlit will. The at the I same\/ time to be a generous rivalry I : :: #
and believe
prompt we action not of (he Arkansas L(' isla- that <*\'t'ryit). or town may be btimuated L..U.J..J:::: :: : ::: :: Best assorted selected and :,
tu.e in offering a large reward for the arrest to do its ill most l to attract the atten- Worth 81.OO. (
lion of ,business'' men generally of the
shows that
w' of the murders) t public
feeling is aroused in .that State Party orth and Wt."t.Oc.u'S.

j feeling\ Whether the murderers are )Democratsor i\pusrrioN. .
Republican, the Arkansas authorities U. 1'. EAGLETOX
cannot act too .promptly. Tho claim of "Some I'limpkliiH' ," Halted, bY."OMt- Special Inducements in

the whitorncu to rule the. South by right unifier Clark orCnlton Plant .Dealer In......... Stock of 1
of superior virtue and I intelligence will n-clal rorroipomleni'L1.. of Tlmen-L'iilou. Dry Goods
' not be seriously considered" by the Olltoj }'L.,. REAL ESTATE. '
OCAI.A, Fd'rllaryQllitl'l: \ large
L ) !Bide world if the[ men who assassinateddAytonpo umber\ of visitors are recorded for to- -1-I Our Clothing and
; unwhipt of justice. The im- av. in the
yr (SreAsioa is abroad, and our enemies will .' 'be 1 Kximsitinn band\ delights, hun- ....Improved an l Unimproved........ City
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endeavor to Mrengthen) it, tl'lthis\ bur- clI ifls' daily. The music\ ,: is 8iixrh.Amongtbe | d 31 dec 4 m
,zlble crime was committed to establish' novelties noticed yesterdaywas LANDS. GROVES ETC. Shoe Department
that claim The duty rents utton the ArKansas a mammoth collard Rant-a tree inact
authorities to !'HII fUll 11.1 thoth'8' -1-
-eight feel liivli and\ with a trunk
&)\) enemies by proving that the three inches" in diameter :Marion also I ,vtau.Ul{, FI.OHIDA. --- yn.
crime was not a political one or, visiting "lwwl1\ pumpkin weighing twenty
condign( punishment upon the \illtiirn\ )1'41111111" anii iimciilxMl\ as follows" : "I claim ndwlm 1aIeia a
to show t that tli'.y can get no sympathyor \ tn I IIti the\ oldest t member 411111)| family in
from time lulmg, white C. Illiciiiicr' 4 Bro.1
)protection Florida: if not .n I the w' >rld. For kt'l'P'ill l
race. qualities I collider myself IIIIIC
iumpkins' having ,been picked from 1'illo \
y, The Manner Doing It'.. Coed Work. \ at CuUou Plant, Marion county' inVug'ist GEOUdK: McKAY, .nJ) .n :a VII

the Editor the linnntr : : ", 1VS7-eighteen! tuonths ago ARCHITECT AND BUILDKR
To of
<< Clark U-1[ I
Raised' and pida'lllt.1. Houghton -- -- ---
PEAK SIR-Knclosed: ) you will find $1 I'. r DESIGNS AND ESTIMATE
to pay for the HANNKK. I take great :-:I.h'ru \ I Davis i of San Antonio, Pascuounty JAS. T. LANCASTER, A
pleasure in its", weekly visits" and fI(, lIit\ exhibit 1filII' lot of lieautiful I -Kurnl< >hyl on. Application- Complete Stock of
very closely\ (II1t1t't>t1. I really could notbecomeaccustomed nut- giuva*, green and matured\ oranges 0Ornca -- ---1: -
to do without it. I ofditlciciit choice \uiietles. mammoth
begin, to tt-t'llal11 I quite well acquainted citrons" (commercial) een and matured -Rauossct : : : OrAnge and Sixth o. LEADING REAL< ESTATE DEALER. Gents'
with your ei'y' and county.. I have noted times ; also lli H>*oni8 and lei.ions in clutters OCALA FLORA Furnishing]!
very many changes! (during the two or and plates.\ The display made by IJlSl O.JSNOWDEN' -
three years I have been reader of yonr hew l'"tlt'Ult'lIl'ro\t.4 that their' sections OCALA: : : : : : : FLORIDAWEIHE
|taper) that indicate\ solid. growth stud en- well adapted to giowing citrus ami Goods.
t rtJrIH'. other fruits.' They ''Irlll.uit't'' in behalf of dtr
i send with this mail a copy of the their county an extensive display. --- --.-- -.--
Asbury. Park Shore l\c i, with A marke! t 'itrus coii' >p among; tlier things, exhibits -
"'-m., The Mr. llovce th re mentioned natnvvSCt.. beautiful\ ar syrup| A McFAKLANE.DKALIIU HEADY MADE
lias been spending his winters Florida 'ntin lioi\\\V th ':Alwards ; niatumotlicabbages IS-
fnr.three or four years, but this year decided oO 'Vpii 4>wu on pine hind ;
to go to California. You will notice aU> choiV. "; by: :Mi"' William\ ALL KINDS OF FURNITURE.;
r' however, he has changed) his mind! 1 Priest, of't' <*Vh0iver.: : :Mr. I Isaac N. -L1AD IN 1HF -- CLOTHINGTailoring
and "tar led for the Indian River. I haxt Rawles, of f:\\\\ displays mammuthtnn.iJ'M THKV INVITE iNsrwTiON or TIICIH COMPLKTI
strong, favorable feeling for your State ; and ot..xN\-vejetal les. This sec T
STUCK AND Low I'BICKS.
+ and am plea id with all honest'' comimri thou u famous iliriih pine lauds suit 1m 81.f'l
it the advantage \lion- i'ultural"rlttl .tll. Watell.1 Clock. Jcwelr 1 '
flOP t that gives sin C I C 11)LINE Department Unexcelled -
r' est wmpariiwns are sure to do. The I sound\ Hummers t is beard from t In I
Your Exposition: is a grand undertaking early morn till ate at ni 'tkt. Inhibitor i Fits and Prices.
and it impresses one with the great arl' (&Uol\: ariHiigyiig their nil ious displays: Palace} t i Store' !! decSMmI.
apparent eacrmco you and your i jHJopU' The state hlu Jild feel proud of lkala'd Drug l (

are making ht bring your IItt.tlou-e\'t'u enterprise, aud all ettizeiu t>houl l visit I I. J. BROKAW
t all the State-before i the countiy. this KxpositJiuiwithout'] fail. ,

Very truly yours, ---0--1 i
S. 1). WOOLKY.ASBURY Colonel Ihomp'.oii\ Dead.Lvcr -1-

PARK, N. J., Jan. W. lS tI. ) body 111' lailraadc.u'lcsuuvi: uiub Repairing a SpecIaltyT" THE MARION COUNTY
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NURSERYMAN.
band\
everybody uut Ulu of the noun WHOLESALERetail
is the item referred to
The follow ing
knew the genial: and ncvial. llioerneai: .
by our corresjKtndent) : l'Utlt'IIUU1Ithur Thompson, who -0-
L Mr. M.J. Bore, of A hUurr ['ark. has barn I toCanforuta (3. R-1 -.\ -1-
i the tall In rfWH letter to graded\ the line of the S. S. U. tV '
during ..... left LOCATED ox WEST SIDE: or SQUARE)
and who
; the MW JVi+ Mr. lkjc .:ll'n. hit Hews IU from O'allto. 11'ml\tla, OFFER TO THE
; that ptacv and they are l>y no means ow tale; for the North about six weekssgo, tu ay,. I Drugs I 8w3l-M PUBLIC A FIiELIn
nectary. Mf. Ikyts says California U while visiting -- -' --- "-- -- OF ;
hill family, but naauvertaketu NURSERY STOCK
tot -
for* wan ol tuvaui|mt bad on at ORAPE'
country Hvtiw can lwtrely ism made In tire a daughter at I man. VINES
I" poor LoUl, bu : and; frequent f allure* are rrtoM'd.| ?$tit, with congeanun of tho lungs amdied 1 -0- W. W. CONDON'SNew A SPCIALITY.djanl5m .
baa len California for Indian Rite
: Mr. Nojc
in few
neat a (tla'II. -1-
1'1ortcl.. IU will return' to the I'ark for
OMUU'S br lntn* and elll: *U toa aln run. the TheLaCroswe, (Wis.,) R.p-ublkm i curd H--.ALL KINDS OF- Jewelry Store
Carlton. Lfi /.T has this to nay of the dcceasei ADDKBM. AnthbnyJFla.
All that Florida aka is a just o01I\1\rl- railroad man : Shines replete with everything in
j< son. In the things thatsheboat of uli 1 :Mr. Thompson was fifty-seven years of OILS, STATIONKllY.TOILHTAND : his line. Call and examinefor
> believes she can hold her own wit age, having. been born in Killaruey, Ire. '
f the world. tike {is not afraid at. I least t 1r land. lie ('al1to this t'OlIlItr1H'nh'- yourself LANDTITLBS I1 !

., : t eubmit to a fair competiipn.The three Years ago, since which time he ha: FANCY ARTICLES String for Musical Instruments a -
---..,- lived in this vicinity, his home being in Specialty. I -
.ft Caucus Nominations. La Crescent St. Paul) but EAU: Work on repair of Clocks and WatCb:.
(opposite ,uareuteed BTHEIBEACON:
Stock !
In ] &
\ }-senator. L.Gikin will be speak duriu; the lust five years he ha Ueengaged Complete Rhelnauer's Old ADAMS ,. *r of the house; Mr Reynolds will I I b in building. railroads in Florid dnCJ1JmTIOS. Stand. ABSTRACT COMPANY.
clerk.witMlf.) \ Wright, of lake, ai u- and other States in time So.th. He! will --ov. -
,f Houston wilt bo 1 l'rt'8i. be remembered as one of the contracted -1-I
aUtant. Senior F \ .handle nou Mir the Au. brands of atgareMea4yuaaers P. GARY, M.<< p.
dent of the Senate;: of Southern :Minnesota Railroad r' for wan Paper and >ranted Seeds WHEIPLACE
...,.... ----- well &II.other IInl'ltl both in Wisoonsitiant 10 GET THE FACTS
Dissolution\ of the Panama Canal Com.nanv Minnesota. The deceased baa just returned WKIQIIT A FRAZER P.YUCUJI 41D 'r o ox.
ijj at Paris Is announced this morning. from the South and was on a Tisit Roomy AjatworyTBlock. -1- l
I '71 .J bough i It l em' the directors hv only among huts relatives in La Cros. lIe P'OaUcsQt'UI:: : : st : "'gOCALA. ru. T'trMU,4IYeQ' J'MI"' OCALA. I OmcK, .
b.TT: a!J'trtelultt 1D
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I ThisVill be an Imposition of Poinological, Horticultural and Agricultural products of Florida and her soils, timber! wood, minerals and live stocks, and in addition articles .
|and products of general interest fiom all States and countries. Entry is open to the world for the di-pl.iy: of its products. No charge for e'ntril't'11111' : hparo: for the Products or j
,manufactures of Florida.
The lli.tl'd. States Experimental Station for impnnement! and dexelopment: of products' indigenous to thiHK-ction> has I been, : locahd contiguous to our c.xiioHtiou' giounds.2rWe :.
invite exhibits of all descriptions, particularly thoM pertaining to tho aits, mechanics and agriculture, gllarant't'l1IlotI1l1fol'l11 i-onrU'sj to all c.xhliiiton, *. 1


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GEORGE "'. WILSOX. President. WM. FOX First Vice-President. 1>It. II. KNIGIIT" Second Vioo-President ,f

r C. "". CAMPHKLL, SR.. General Manager.: G. S. MAYO, Treasurer.! .1.) (). CLARKL, Secietary. "

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Paid Up Capital, Authorized Capital, ---1 NCU,1IPLETINESS-

850,000. $150,000. CAPITAL STOCK S Ouno.no () } ] 01'' STOCK

c HUKPLUH, .
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It. II. McCo.NNELI: C -(IxKtc A. McINTYI: : : CAOJtIER.:: : 8m tl.wl

Being now ntublitficd inlour: nno and iegardlank: 'bnililttiyvf are rrt/NJTrtl tQ guar.aniee I
$7,000.00
SURPLUS
antis faction to nil.OtMralll'1ntJl .
; !] but inn*trantnctrd. Krehanyr bought' and iofd.IJOAKI -A coMrurrn: MM;-
One of the finest an bank. We have Special facihtien fur making: Collections on all arcewaiblo polnt8.I -OFHARDWARE-
We will extend every courtesy and favor to our customerHon 4$tent with sale \ .
I oankinp,and shall give prompt and careful attention to all business entrusted to us -: > OF })JJU CTOHS.J .:--
We so ..t your BANK ACCOUNTIandZall business In our line, and ,
guarantee entire satisfaction.
O. F. DUNN, K.: P.IISVUKE.S;,
CIIAS.HIIEINAUKR, J.A. KINlSTKIN:f ,
Importers & Traders CORRESPONDENTS National Bank: Now York, S. V.; J.HARVEY C. I'Fli1NE KNIGHT;, \VM.I.1.: ANDKKSON'filA YEH: Sasll I Doo'sBlilllis/ s II
outhern Bank of Georgia Savannah. II. 15. MCONNIf.L: ,

t& Special Correspondents in all important cities in the West. -AT-
dec9 COMtKSrONMXtTS:

.VaJkmnl Park Rnnklof'Krv: York. J/ rmclCtoalll1ll0l Yank of Jhnt'/n. A. E. DELOUST. ,
National Hunk of fvivannnh (Ifirgln.Jlfinkiny .
h.Olle Cornjmny, hruixville, Ky emet-seC
THE MONTEZUMA nwl0-+u

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Main Street, Ocala, Flu. ... -1'J-UJIIILJt, GAS-FlTTJUl- .

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FIRST-CLASS N. .LL. RESPECTS. perience Iq EDg1wd. > ....
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Eleelrio btlU in every room. Hot avt coM t uhar O>mml u Ample room for Commertial Work cUr flist-class and Guar ----.............. & __ -AND -
7rawZ Hot Water Boilers ) Musical Instruments f

Steam Fit ting Pipe of all kind. "* .
(Rata fiJU 10 .IO per da,.) I.P.114 U..U M tI I .

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THE DAILY BANNER.

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For further information apply at office or 4. '
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'Co I.. BITTING ER,
;. IuNiIIcia' Manager. r

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j- Mih( Leila Gray, of :Shady Grove, who
has Lwn pienintf] ] nomr time at Char. o

lotte Harbor, returned. \lomb yesterday., ,
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: E. C. Allen, the rotund and persuasive s:
J general State air cut for the t.York :
I, : Equitable Life Insurance! (;OlJpKlIyIlln
t town and doing a high tile, flout! business. ... <::::::> .

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J Mr*. J. A. Carlixe" of Gainesvillp, died L I '
11 Feh 2nd. M rHo I'.wan a lIat't'' of Marion o
i county and daughter of :Mrs. Maria li
,.' and the late Capt. John :M.\ Taylor, well
known to our' older citizens, and I nerd
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''J t.-S *ath was a great "hock to (hi* community. ,
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: Old Julntor may thunderand al eyed<<1 1t
t I'luvin* rain down hit moistum learn, .
l' but the youncfolks all the "same will trip) Ia r \-
;tki, the litfht! faiuawtic at the I'lia-nix Club's '
-it' ball tonight.'outhi's beauty will vie ) C"-,
.. with the: electricliK'Ms in their brilliancy --- ,
i: and volility, and the merry go round be N .Ht
all the jollier for whatever of light and :--
t' crispness of atm )'slIllero is absent outside. /4

t WIlt I IH to- ; Illume; -Tor: Had lloiuls. <

1:, 3/r. }'. K. Ilnrrit, editor Manner: ciiJ

t. DKARHIR: I wihli through the columns -
of your )jiaper to 'all the attention of the / --::
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)public road authorities to a portion oft
l Ocala. By little ---.. -
) ., Orange avenue near a / t .
,It! drive out there: you timid better appreciate )
what I am going to *ay. It is a :
I ehame\ and di jracft to the people of l----.J:
Ocala and Marion county. It i is expected; :
that )eople> from the country will! >go top '
Ocala to buy their jroodtt to attend, the
.I EijKisition, to attl'llIlll.rotral'tt'll: ti-nn O p
:" of the (')tl1t for near two months, and all 1 ,
'. this over micli I roads. IH the trouble .., -
L' with the road lawn or IH it the noninforoement o F! \\J.J ,
: of them? If the law is deficient : -
;. call the attention of our lawmakers -
I as their business! is to make .such o i'i'l'
; I laws as will be of the greatest\ benefit to
''t' the (greatest number of people. If the ,
k blame in in the lIon. nfofl't'nlt'nt of the
'" law, then call the attention of the: courts o ;
: to their dut)'. Now, those of u.s who c "
r have Hened faithfully on public roads enHH)
I during ail the yeui that are allotted till cr l
It: bylaw. think that justice demands that !
t t wo:' Iho'uhllaa\"u: a tlecent road to travel -
J. and u place to hitch for country coimins.K. :: .
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. Dr. Paisley\ ba returntil to Ocala and A TOWN LOT I1, rA TOWN LOTJFU HHI

, re-opened itental otlice. Educated}: in run 1 LUU0 0 _
the schools\ of dentistry\ and medicine, |I I ( .2
r with a pradil'l\l'xpl'rit'II\ more than I $25.00. ; I % $25.00.

thirty warranted years in in assuring leading the cities public, he of It-els the .................................-............ ..-.-.. ...-..-...-..- - .i ..................... ...................M..M........:!.. O') 5

1'I" but Htfrvicethe t prolfKnion.. can rendei. ...... ... .. .... _
4 DiseaseH of the mouth and artificial :::.t PIIIj.s..i..f.; LIS JL Y.J.
dentures specialty.! Ollice over\ FihelVstore ......... !=...........-........... : :.;.. .................. -. .... ... _
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in rear of Dr. (iary's 011t' I II
I S janl> dim wtf t I
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I Cheap lOotU..
;' removed The t fiF&.t 111 tho th.ld I New S"l11i.Trop fichlitiOIl to the City of Ocala. I Atuh'n
I )i ."' The tlie :\t''OnllIallll IOlltl'ZUUlIHlUl'k.Store. has You can find adjoins till' t'l11i-TI'nt'ial' Exposition grounds. Three hundred lots now ot1'emtl at $23:?; each, for thirty days -- -

I tp now in Block crockey, glassware, lamps, 0111)'. 'rho prOpl'rt 18ele\'ah'll hull on'rlooks the city. South street i8 now being graded to the property. -
silverware, cotta and pillows, furniture, The }lropo l'l "(lUiiiIll)' hue," whl'n cOl11pll'tcll, will I\cltllOO per cent. to the value of ev'ry Jot. Lots can be
j baby.( rriaj:"'", one piano stool, a large for on tim installment plan, if ilet:>irt-il. No commissions:; no agents ; buy direct from owner. The editorof
r8t.dlraUl "', water-filtersaiul coolers.Cipm the BANNER will .select lots for non-rohiilentb. "(Jet in on the ground iloor." Plat can be seen at office of DoaIa News Depot t !I0
S j' i *you by need.(the wx. in tact almost-Ifi-b'Jtd:?anything II. Anderson. or address II. L. Anderson, Lock Box 15:? Ocala, Fla. ,

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t Six.UoomHuuMa- and hot for Sule. _

'. Laht half of lot 31, Caldw ell's\ addition
to Ocala ; one acre well bet in fruit trees Fair Trade \ THE OCALA LARGEST
J and nice house of SIX rooms/ ; tine water, HOUSE.The STOCK
lot 3:
Two lot inI\4.JlIth\H'Io\t\ corner of : ;
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of flue trwa foi sale on DEFIES
)l' :( lot variety 33. Apply_to nursery Key.{ U. Helm. [31J121] .. I-- -AS I)--

FOUL WEATHER !
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Magnolia Nur.ery.
Lowest
; t The Une't and best variety of orange \\e don't: bar lountrh the weather it-iorti. I Leading Hotel of the City Prices !
trees for the money, to be liad of W e ilou't li ye to select our goo.1 U lu the lUht or or any Storelln Southern Florida. .
,I.<' J.V.. & K. 1) \\'A1TK.15elle dark of the moonSnow I -0_ n
.V.' 'iew, Fla.
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I Ie.'ft'. --For-Kale- Floods -AN1UKSUKPASSKD )- DODD ISRAEL : : OCALA, FLASm I

exchange for an orange: grove 81-88 '
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Or to :
.. an extra tIne-brtt Bullion, four yearn old Don't Don't : IX APPOINTMENTS TO ANY IN TIlE STATE!
::1 next May. Apply to J. bee, Colton
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S I'lant. ______ Scare FrightenUs. __ I I
f ', Two 1-:1111111 for Hale Cheap E. B. RICHARDSON
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.:;' At this ofllcoe. One hw K\>ol 8-hom. Us. Repainted I Inside and Out !
\\t i- power boiler. Can be bousiM low. Aj -THE-.

1 '. plyatonce. Rain Hail -AND-1REFITTED&TIIOROUGIILY Finest Livery in tile City
* : I Don't fail to call and get an oyster fry

at the <:l1i", o. SOtfThe -0-
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Don't Don't
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lied Grocery Mattnolia Btreet, II LEADING SALES STABLE
S S the place to buy your groceries.t .
11. ZACHARIJU, Proprietor Rattle Hurt I 1m 8188ociltU

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S Clothlntf-for uenU at great bargains": at Us. Us. BEAUTIFUL LAWNS AND CROQUET GROUNDS
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M. Fi8helrB. [UIJM] DM. U. "J. c. rERIXE,

R. E. YOSOE C), The Oi-ala Tlunberm. WVHIIYNxQOTT ? --I DENTISts, ,
Call and examine their flue stork Ikfauiw our goods are worth what*. uk for Dan -
reasonable trtce. them. tWauMi a1sas! low and the mot,IUlurtOll'
work at : we are priced apfIOlDtmentl
good u1pped fl4 best
and get tcopIc are Cgsr for cur bargaws. othiug stops L M. THAYER )I '" dental room. In 'he
FOR TEaMS Arrir TOV: : : )i.uu. llotb melD,,, 8tate of FlOrida
Sldeclm fI of the '
the crowj
d thai iradt with linn
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i in quantity at Co- OCALA, FLORIDA.: 0 C&IIIn4ti, tbelr lPettufl, Invited
any
sulk' oysters SOtf ROWELL. 'ew )fertban Nitions oflree( In room 1 anet 2 I
burn I Chicago reaUuraut. ImnN Pla. djazgn) 8auk Buthncs. Oea'.



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