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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 7, 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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This .8oiiation -was organized JHT- man, M 1. H., Aikui, S I'.; JamesIJritV .

manentlv last night by adopting| a eon .Aikeii **. ('., llunmnlJ, Aver, Likeeir I CITY 01-HChRS
stitution and t'h..tinJanlt'lt A. Hams lla; A. X. :N-ott: U I':., lakeland. Ha ,
James .\IIIIMtrnll Ct'utrlIill., Fla ; I.J I :\h-ur -lir 11io I I' tani .
of (lira. I'ttmdent. Hon John I I'. OUIIII.Trt'H'IHt'r. '
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..aJG'I I IHE J. B. Borland, of (lira. :ecre: Brokaw .\ntlionv', tla; iVpt. \(lirlcnm I 111..1.111I': l \ F linl: Hall.
tatA board of tune directors was ap \\' Motlon.titv;: John I J.. Caintv. .MfrttlAver I ('olit'rtotI'\ |'. .i.ft.Uonlrtie ; .
Hinted. lnkeWir. FU; Janits Lrib I "t''I--U.. II; 1lelver.

I II | Ibis tautly will organize; local l unions! hilt, ottou; Plant 11.U.; M I. McAiilevH ., I't.bWrnloft'olniell--J tmr. K. K MioMiUn" no.! |>'. l uuii.

4th ? all over the State: mKrship fee only -'t.\t'nl'.l'.ll.::' N.iincr, U A, Bonn(I I, li.Mir.1pr Altirmrti K. 1m j. K, W. Agncw,
I H 1, MI that all ft tilt and' vegetable I T. Millae l Citrus Ih; \\.A. H.icker, J. I I'. I LIII1'It.'r.' J"hn .t,. KtMvIt... I. l.o.oC: ,. kG"mlih : .
l Ixtsburg ..11L I 1'. Cindolph: ] Boston! I IIv handler, I LJ\I'\J\H11Ui< JWU Mar
growers: can belong to nune. Tlio AH.HO- ; ltllll."lImru.
I Jplld 1tttl UtEtiiati ciation v\ ill Assess! eat'h nit' ht'r a grower I Ma?*.; John lflban. I'"allt. Ha; J. DSiinktou I )' lni
tt of fruits and! v't'ge'tadlc. 's one cent bushel\ l leKoj 114.Vut.; ha"1.. COUNTY Ol HCUKSlouiity ,
the aiuouul to pi to n hind to defray thee lanta, (tlIt; H. lavhr! Savannnh, (;nI. ., I

( .enwc! of the A"", ('II'1M inll'4! attorney atr I.. U 1 iilienlaiib} Citrus cunnly ; Nanle v e-imtlj U.rn iriiftt-R'rtnir.1! l I' A. Millirhirllf \Mit nnathy.
ilalitss" 't'. who will s e- that the rail Allen New York ; Daniel}) .'teen. Iii ilr,(. I ;: ; r. T \itltlslnatus'ss.r -

as&arEWITI nuul's extortionate niands IK'tort* the man. Fin ; d I. P. Uo,.kIrmtluul! i Park .1.I llelhew., .

:Mate: iinimissidiiets is: promjitl) and Ih; 11. M I. Beiiiutt, I Okaliumi, I Fill. j I tollntot' H-' \I I I \lilf, tint*mannItire.treasurer .

H >ro|>trlmet ill ah ads that \\ ill t'ttnt'i 01'LA) Htiish, I FI.h. d. lkiiss: !'II irtgo( I "1I1|> rliit<'adept ofl\ii.it.' iimtniitkofl-M' : L.1'anei .
a a {ie'lore, that tautly! and to have nil unjust \\m K H'aIRII,1( ,I ttifti,. M I KosiMihlatt, I i hl h'inliiKli *
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omit) 4"uuuI>Hunere i hV IJHIK W I i
and illegal lates (corrected before the J. Maxwell, .1. l.IIIIIIU'ruutlt'\\' York ; I TrHiuliom: M l II. lust I ., I' s I ivrrln, VV: P. VllllrilllMMI :
courts! it: tleceeexry. J. B. Borland\ ; l P. s. BthnlJ Huns: I
(has! \\'. Whilt" )1'. 1 I' Bj"hll"| | and ti ifs'. I Puts III.t''ntiii) iimiiiiMMonrrk 1II1'\-& tin rlrMlon' ,

\\asit Intentional or A c'chlt'nlnl"Jot' .' ('itra, 1 I'la, C. \\'. ( '11nipl|,UII, county ; ,V day:arhi.'I stay I uteriF mouth' t: IUrn !i T VNanmnnn.M .

JLRlf.t :": ,. I l'hV IL .I.\'O .,/;.1(I. tUO.I.II'X 'f SITIOXSULpci Hobinsoiiiind' his |'lav, 'mate-, Simon J. \\'l'l'Ilall.1 wife, .Atlanta ( ia., Ut'o., L. i I.. N. :11..l.. .' It i.riniii I'. I I.. I IiiirlxovN ,
colored, of Eviustuu, and Lastniau: \ and w ift. Si 1 1. .\iitti><'tini', 11\ ; J. limAnr\ \ I route firs l Mou.U In every month

about twelve years 01,1. went shooting ('. \\tuver, (ill.; P. C M I Bmdiik, I Hurl COUNTY IHJAKU OF lmAL'fll.l'n..l.t"II& U I

On tin- Banks ol the T'.UII"hll''IIt" last SUurd-u:: "On returning they got to 1 ford ( onn.; l p U \.r,ht.y, ]Davis 'lillson, .llr| T I I'. tier)'. I
; : OF HOME NEWS "M'en'lery t I.. II. Itl.'i.ent.nr.M'ltts'r. .
Orlllljottl Bend Fltl.I ; hud >. (to' (liuh, Ik! > '- apt|
Kino Hun I I laving with their guns, and ) ) union fir|> l II A. inltli. Anthony IMt'4 rr.
brauti thinking his unloailid snapcd'|' it at bind, FII'I ; IV. C. I miglrtuu! UnrPaiklla ,. M. s. MiAraixlli. II. Inin" )UI
U. L. BITl1SI.tU.I'ltr: hdltor Marion: conntv 1.4II"'it''I'1'\! \ main and the went oil and kill .; 'r. B DIVIS, K.-ss,'r, \\' \1\; J. B.
fill and lovely 'sluts\ l c. but nom w )hOMO iinontoii, gnu BOARD OP 1HADU.
-- -- ,,'rllidIo1UI Davis itichlloud \a.; Y. d t. !Simpson{ ,,
-- I td him. At the inquest thu
Sanders' and box uf :'1. .ent lainlat| and scenery i i'l! in ire attrtutiveanil Board Fla. L Iu 1: hells luMluit J F. \anus
Go to get a 1 that Uobmsoii shot Simonton with ma n. 1 ; A. iger.cit;, '
Blue I .
pleasing to 'tie'' 1'I' than tits I roil I.h'1III. V \\ tHllirmS.tr.urT
for |1. .\. Quail! Oriolla) .las. Wpiuks! ,,
cigars *- and the 111,1 tolducts)' that malice and he was! sent to the ('(runty Ollt.i. \\m. 1'114lkanlul4iw'error'eA.I'
rin/H run ; he atilt back toinston Baltimore, Md.; II. I Ill. P I 1.\ N. I Man JrC' ,Ulioln-
Don't fail to call and get an oyster fry ('olioll'l), How of water t ti> the> w herd and .Mill Yesterday was slier. Jno F. IMIIIII, J. II. LiinyyN.ion I :\II. A.
the Chi 3dtf roniantu \\'ilhlal'f14l4,1".t' ricer "nix miles I:\' to get his prtlimitTXry' hearing, Somehow' tithe all the* V.iHtlcrSin. l-iii Still I s,1t M.KMly 1
or oPresident
at ( I o. giusmrs'
whidl will take place' to-morrows. '1 ho!..erunuliar I
south of its Kouneithoiit going:
lytodc \ Harrison's uihitut are fearfully BUILDING AND! LOAN ASSOCIATION -
Pure flet'd potatoes below cost at Thr .tail* of this attr-ulive cud,I fn! 'inating with the bovsdo not think tlTe mixed! One' day the')' make state*- I;
Jstore ofelx.t. location and the kalidio' K' waters that "hooting was intentional( but done in a .
Seed
., int'nt and' abuse the. 'insrhis tht next In'
and dar 'iut itx l\I'hLly thou: htll'/I' |playful freak l'r"'u'- nit\ Itroer.PittI'netkiI .
no rippling' : over | .
.; Norlh- smashing it and HO the |I't'rl'lt'xilllC work \ I KI I Hi..111 siNuKlarj .
the
blizzards .
The prevailing : b dedtMre to call (he attention I of .
.All Jnc.kNunvillt'tll Come to set goes! on. 1 nit' latest is that .1.I C I'1of eud I IriKMinr (lx>uUIcnsllonM '
west al'l'OuntM for our frosty attnosi here. our readers to the I'lpl\' ant home of Mr I Iiidiaiinatimid Ihomas 1'. Plutt, IIf Now :; i ul I limit, r* .I/'t'I tmnanUr. l lacer bite \
-- vIvestvrllruwer, link-an,I a half south Vs on the 1 1th.lh Ih., MM. I I. IIrl'\"', M H-h.l, A. K. m'eluutattp I ] |Ii. I). I'r.
a
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will have hand in tin No
York
J'it' I Hurl,.nt.
\ building in tilling /K.lmilHJimi It. A
The Exitooition up '
of the ppringM' and nitnated on its (torn ,. Jacksonville Board of lradcad >|'t- Secretary IIf the'I'n'aury yet decided I '
and the show_IN improving. daily. iiiamliii' l unks; Tin ) earn ago MrBrower ,111 a solution yesterday to c'ouu' and tun Blame of Jlaiueaim IIIH.t'llalllty. ; OCALA RIFLES j 1')
-- from the North, weking a Jacknonvillt! i'aptalu--lift| '>. ,V. NiohHint ,
Cost came 'tens in a hotly uii I'ty"d -- -- -- ---
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quantitItt Vl, .
Bulk IP any I IJrulrueutIt. II 't oiinrllxtvotul ) I
burn Chuago oysters if tta'trant. 3Utf warmer and more congenial ('liult'"mlll \ the Semi.Iropual, February the 14th l '1'he* Panama' (anal enterprise wi'l'! col I 1.11'1111'1'--' I K; \MlllKini.
t a hose, soothing and grateful air and soft [mid have charttrtd a special' tram of lapsu' unless the (nuttMbond) / ,, anst" 'used Fusty Mt'ml'rll.

} A Dr. Beach has ben giving some sunshine ", llOlilollf'ncill charm and a hope' hue coaches to bring! them and their through the Bin pit* PaiitsKtnt' are not FIRE COMPANY

( very damaging testimony! against Pars to a constitution enervated bv' expowireand 'iifiils to (kallThl' Board of 'IradelavralsoextendtHl taken up at ome .V s'sl l billion tins HO I III. f--T. l Ii. I am astir
g 1 nell. reduced to feeblenew by too a frigid I to the h'"
__ -_ clime After months dent in travcruingand I of the me' troKilis a heirty, invitation to French cople an miu, h discourage. : !. tlrxl HwUlmit-loun. It. .'
"t4rvutt I"lHlIl \\ u. .SleisltaILMi'n'tery
I O'Brien has been given his civilian Ins i uectiucotherparhunsoflheante' oil then( ill taking a look at Ocala the ------- -_. -J II Mallet I .
clothing, rt'll'Ill'from jail and put in all and feeling satiNttd that the bountiful ...cruIi-Iropuxl 1 and Marion 'oullty on Cheap (Hut ... Twetay4tie miiiUni.

Inti rma r)'. (hand of nature had] lavishly Iii"I|> 'iiseil I hat dav Wit bid them wiliomeGootl : Tht'1 ,,fond Hand Store:: has iimoxedlo HOOK AND LADDKK I cOM1ANY. ', ;
------ her the that in the toromt' ------ -
gifU f yearns
on sped| thc Monti'ztiiim Blockoii tan find I'rceldent-Ablaut. ulinrr I
Dr. Fannce. ot South Lake \\Vir was its manattral'twlllI and l desirable KatliiKMr now in stock erixke)', glassware*, lamps'. I l'"rt'lIIl&-\\,Ilk* llrnuAwlhtHiil .
in attendance yel'\lerllay\ at the fruit qnahtUH] would make it known to the C'ourtnty, the wide awake marketnan slUerwan*, etitts and pillows. fumiliire, umeuls'raTUI.Ot.A \\,'UK. IU. <-hard* uiHiiity r.

growers'!! nueting outside! world, hehomt-btcadid 1(4); ) acres whose meat areas clean an the* baby.carriages)! nut puno stool, a large)! j
Canal bill HIM )judgment did not errs for since then white apron' he' 'tuarshits just purcl' aseil hrst-class rangt. w iter.Illtern\ and coolers LODQK, NO. at, I. O. O. V.IMiUum .
The Conference( Nicaragua a railroad;! been I mil in Ilit4 poumsBioriB mid. reuived: of Mr Robert lurgison, Cigars;: b\ the lax, ill tact almost. any- 1 \ ry Tin.winy errnlng.) ;
l its now before the House! of Hepresentat and all I the comfort. and! I'fJII.t'lIielH.t'M arty fat turkeys, the .....lIalll."t of which. thing )cm need! ileb.'td: VI. II I'ImlllN dV t

that quick travel I liriiikrs has: lit e'n "heights: 18 (pounds. He also had another \', M I::lillllM:: ..| Crt'n'tarv.. ,|.hI1l1111'11t..1. eAU J
ilxllliitj < I
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supplied to him and hisi>oodlncighliorH lot. of I hirt -two lroi(( l'utt.olll'lallt. He A tar rioter illt'w York tlnew rot k
The United !States' :Senate: passed" the I ick Martin all.li'mM.1I fed beef OCALA CHAPThR NO, 13, R. A. M. PIaeie
the \\eHtoiH, &iresned' ) a I Florilaoo.11i YI'14It'rday at a point-man who in turn 1m d into the 1
House! resolution to )lay the J. U I.ada' and others, wtiose, homes on tin e'levated that drehhtil t UMI |x>iinds. and as! fat strike,. all.l killed cries J them liatlrr, No It: K A. AL ('olivut'atlooatirxt
heirs tjoo.OOO.; ( of the beautiful Bhu. MomUy niKlillii every' inonili
liankrt springs' seal!
is a -- II W. luau U F
Mann- -of--(-;-itrmconnty. was in run, are "t'arl'"h' less attractive and deKirahle \\'\\llil1urkiyH-- -- -- latest stvlts of silks! in ,,11111"\\ sissies'\ J. H. KHAIICH H <.nlary
Senator
attending the Cruitrower6' than his own Mr Grower's ill! for (evening: driest at M I. hislitl's 3tjlil t The IiaIplee' h"M uuuday. 'b.,1 IIII.t aiclal
the city yesterday, ill the \VtsrtKi I U I I. htb 4, tbd'J.'titlilor !. *><*- I' Uy ninniliixat AKIIVW hall i
eight
prove' me'nts past| years are a ----- -- -- : vfry UII.I : ;
conventionMr alwt! pnwrhtlig eight at rrguler hour. ana
I --- -. splendid! and j"promising orange and grove ot the, ; Unntur : ...... -.............' ......................... 1 invited; : ;: nit, <'iinj< every Vtiili'ifxliiy Illleht.l Allan
of the IreCH bearing. .
i htanly Allen a tourist from New many ; Can yell itifurm me of any pure wild ;
is in our midst and registered finest and c [(outfit variety of the citrus If tu'kt'YII! (of tin large kind. ) that could be'iad ...............1 1..1'B..i.i ............... ----
i York City
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at the Monteznina and family.late Hone Besides.and these i'einto he has 1\1'111'11.the plum early, ;Ease. this write spring\ me as, of I I'l1rthrt't.desire! to .get.! ? WIIK'lso If so., ..._.... .: ::::::::::J...!f............. ..!.. .:::.: =.......... THAVKLKK'S: GUIDE 1

the Jacksonville market apricot LeC Ulltf' and Barllett 'i-tar. tic Yours
Bananas in .\ prie.' truly,
: i.ame I Il"l" of 3 O G \1
Mr llruwer'a !i. I I Schedule the S. & K K
dealers and mullierry
are a drug and our fruit are plentifully grape HI I D. MINKH .... ..
': home is not for sale but he has surplus ''' Arrive from U..m._.......................... ills p. MV .
BUpplied.Hon __ of land of"Ilieh he w Ill diasee of Pair I Noilte.Iht U'.v )h'*'. t IT I'litinrllun\ ...............e .. ..") tt, .
some ; | MPORTANTiTrOITHE .I. tc4'lllrllillIC al ....... ............................... AIM r,. M. ]
; W M. Bennett, of Okahumplca, at a moderate lrh-t. Adjoining! the rail Lx: |>OHitioii secretary', J. O. Clarke, = la'evetMala for ll..'"......- at ... ..... 830r. MF .
is stopping at the Montezuma, and was n. ad station that UCI'lIpit'14, his land, is a nants it distinctly nndei'stood that railroad ...:....................... .................................. .. ..... .!.
i C. a P K R. Old K. K. & N. Line. r'
the temjiorarj chairman of the fruit beautiful building site, ju.t t the lotation eonipatnes' Ill. ( not i im round, trip ( )

( grower!!' convention, esterdij for a tine hotel at the front of which .','Xiursion rates for one fare* to attend thea1MSitiou Schedule (

-- - tiactand bubbling up from thedepthof ..; unless on 'l"'I.lal das and ........ .. ..... ... NUI |**wt>iitr north 1..ItJlIII..IIHI&' r. M. "i
Don't forget the concert of the Young of attractivespringa ................ ;
the is tinmost
run one MiHMions, when the cattle will l tie announced : Ugh |11&lIliIi'UIPII&h iMiuii'i ZU: x.fit
People*' society of Christian Endeavor that can be t *'n in the couutrjHu '. .......r..N.-.y-o."Tir..i'I..T.C. .i..E. .. ...... Kitljcht .. ff .. ................ ,1... p. M. : '
of the Methodt-t church at Snowden'nHall for home -- _- ._ i : i i : i Vomits ....\lICIt.'I'
t.omorro'tni ht. at. 8 o'clock. I can'He l I.e contemplating sure to !lie suited buying in quality a of Mr. Haw ley of Connecticut, in theUnited ................... ............ .......-...............-............ ........... I'a-:iitr| .rI..I Id (Mitli.....,.............. sin .. MM '
States Senate:: propostnl paying to ... .,11 10 r. M, '
hithenlaub.generaUgent: for land and desirablity of location and t"rt'tIM : =.:. :.. 1:14 A. M. :.
Mr. L H Mrs. Oeneoil fo"hl'riolan4),000, in grateful
: has been requested to that I besides transportation at their door Canma IU11 IK>IIlh I liouml......?...._..?..141 r. Muonu [
a the Semi Tropical, .. for I' have theconvenlenceof post t othce, store, recognition of the deneral'H eminent i '' .. .. ijoiiud..........__.......?... 1.41 r. M' 'i,1JON" t
select 1J>00 square feet o; \\at.'t' asco si.hool church and itot'lcl l "' C'ieh. 'fh,,,y mid extraordinary service* to hu country i" LADIES:;ii' i iI d. Veazu 11'1
exhibits He will w) to-day .._ .. .. .. .. .. i. "
count j's desiring to see Mr. llfO\\ toset**
Irs. J. D. Ray, mother of Mrs Don with a ,view to purchiuing, will I find the Governor Hill of New York, ill! making I I TO TIIOfF H//0 CtYTMtRR t4'IL11 I.IKR; Tit Rf .1 The F. S. R. R. Time Table. tJ J

aavmi'anied.by Miss Bertha gentleman at home and ready at all hel : ........'................. . : .....,............... ,
Mclver,and eH.trted by Mr.It F. MtHae, tunes to give them every attention, and l his hot tiAit to Washington in political life I since. He : I It. .btM..citrus.. ..lo.our I ..nolle.. turf! .a..number of i iI MOUTH 5001+D.P.alrnger l I
Nelson i opportunity to see all that we have intimated Mame prominent airless In 01&.__.._ IMf. U. .
went to bt. Augustine,; to view tile sights these hastily written lines in the| lion of the day and is being .gwntrously : I ::"":Housewives'1c.Ire ": i .. ., .. .. ___.......... .oa r. M.W : I
wonderful) j
,jIy:*. of that quaint attractive and in wined l rill dinwl. : ...... ................. ........ .. ... ...... ... i ,!< MVOkTH
" city. William Smith: l.'Olorecl.i convicted] of Vienna is--under-----pall- -in .....:-: .WlaYe uliinWte::d .air:;::.,... i .
Boarrlm'an the successful the murder of Jtmfa Bailey and James consequenceof $OVMD.Passenger

K .. Profl'88 of the Oxford, school accompanied Cotlee, convicted of the murder of Henry the death of' the Crown !Prince of : IMMENSE STOCK OF GROCERIESi! I I arrlrrt.. la (OcaU.. ........._.._ .11 a.If.

principal Market of' Wildwood, Hammond received their death sentence Austria The Kinperor was overcome by ....... ........... .. ..... ... ..... ... II .' ._......._t220r. II.
b1 F. W. sorrow at the funeral. Crowds ast>eiuuled But Aft tbtnk Wa dell'., them, : we there rrrghI":: :. :: :: '_ ..._... 11.61) .... r.
and Becretary of the Sumt*r county Allis \fKterday. Smith confessed to having. of the I :: : DIMMIIIC that : iUK .........___J106 .... II.
made the BANNER! of tee a pleaaantcall I killed Bailey. but claimed that he did It to get a glluii* oortoge . I i'

ance jesterday!! They attended the fruitgrqwerg' in "df.tlt'fclI ( oflee proft-iute l entireInnocence Chief Justiee BenjaminYade Smith, : HU/ fluiitn ALL nnocritm'! I
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convention_ I convicted of the In pronouncing crime for which the sentences he of Oxford l, came up yesterday to we the HouKht! lmm; w: Ui. :any. |*rt:oIhe:: :rlijr..::with.- I I !
wan h; ion, buy a and for the
posit pony pay
Mr. Barrou, of Kvinston: aid he York sent Judge r inley was visibly affected l.G. UAfkEB: all of which l he did I IMIOMI'TNKI; AM. ..DIHI'ATCII. t t wrJffaL\J]
I fourteen boxes of fruit to a New \V hedge, white, wan sentenced to :.. .

commll8ion hou e and but! his a check neighbor: for the :Mate prison fog lift and parted tot Ttie Oklahoma bill as i>asM-d the House i! .. .OarGrocery;.:.;.;.: .......... ....... Department. .!I'...:. : -, .
returns, >5c nUf the convict tsotoday.The of r llepresentatlveK is now before the I : i
net nri. M.. TA l Ivyae
M.uttleworth. said it was not the Hnate committee on territories /. & of J. QA / !en/.e j I II IlL J NEVER FOLLOW ( :

W. P be represented I United States I f'e-t ";' are shavedat I II --r ---- _._ t ITS:! KXCkLLtMl') C I II ............,......-...----. ". JE'Y
hot8 the: exjienne-a{ of the Hple| the' barbers Mr. P. W Terry, of UrJkIIvill"IiS I : :: i = y.1 J
t M Ten of' thVuuwiisfif Evmston w-ereiu I tjgunnjjon the wy-roll as skilled in the city this rnoriiinir, with Irma blul'lh. I 11 lu almxit * yesterday, but more Wan double laborers" ConiidrDg| that the Senate inK bride visiting our E.xianstion.|
the city
Household !
that ( frnnf to(e the,Ezioeition Ii la composed largely of millionaire*, the ---- -- 1 .Ai......-......-.. .. .... .-....... :...Word....-.. ......I Ii. :
intention ( members ought to pay thylr own barber There is a move in Conjre** to increate I : : : 1 t f
but when they found they could not get bills It is a shame, to make the Hr"lf' the I pry of the President's privatenecretary Y of Stock k

a round trip ticket for one fare, remained pay them I from $3,2fiO to tO/"OU: I..J..L....._.:_ _.. .-.1 ;1

at homt!. ._- -- I The horM mania has struck Otoala. I. Clothing fur gents at great bargains atM !I.. BENiAMIN. 14& ..FOX. i.i i. l"a
CoranoiMioner of' Her everybody ta buying a miutaog pony. Uriel's. [3IjGt] ,. "
The County
have caJM a looting of Tom Gary and ex. la'or Iteardon are i I I l' i

nando county Febaarr 11th, to destertnlne the tallest investors In untrained equine Don't forget the Home Minstrels who ----.- .H............... .. '....... ........- EI-1oo.d&Nash =
for
its cituen" shall make i an flesh The ex Mayor could if he would tIt'nt in the Opera Hotiso Monday : .

I whtbT for' they county exhibit at the outrival Itary on the theory and practice mIght a varied and entertaining bill.\ ==tI F-n-I :: I I I Y I

Ocala appropriation hrml' rJOpi a I Ex ition. Mr subduing the bucking propeabltie of the Encourage home talent and give ttlt'm. .....---1 Jcfford! O14 Stand PW1e $gmmare, Ocala, fl*.
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Eichenlaub, by que t, will be prent. western : .41.
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J11K OCA LA DAILY RAWER. 1\ 4. Introduction of Oovcrnor Fleming by I'reM- competition send coined i.! t to help out r rtie IS THK-

; _. clout.r iornor'Adam' Adilrfw.i general, effect which, wi, h. quite a* I
I effective with tllll average ob--i vi r. -
V. E. HARRISDffpatefi F..itor.. .. I Following I is the of the The American Society niter no j.reminms IlheinaneI'S'
= _. programme
-- the Wilder) medals
award
will
meeting' far arranged\ at this, lime but
A few 1\.lllitiollall'ltll4'r'. [ are exwtted| : fur objects of sxcia1| [ nif-rit National
or State exhibit. The Slate :Six-iety offers
COMMMtml.: POMOIXHJY."Marketing THEM
Krult Glut Fruit Exchanges": the following :
M t 1. llro" n. Halt, Imnro, Md."Cwperativesellhgamlthe. I'y. tlnr LIST.!
| l : Delaware Fruit ORi"'UIO:
Exchaugc"-we.ley fM, \\ IImllll"t"n! 11.
<,luts, : Their Cuiuesaud Hl'Jnt'Jr"-lIl1rllclt Kent collection not !, ea than 20 varleticao.\ ,
Hr >thert, ChlPRnn. 111. lest collection.\ IS varieties\!.In.) Special SaleOl'
"HoiifHty In l'al'ktllK Fruit"K., Williams, licit rollw-tlon, 10 varieties, J1. "
Montrlulr, N. J heat collection ft varieties, f Hi. 1 ( .)-
American Fniltsin Foreign Markets"-llenry, One dollar eseh for bet plate of following varieties 1I
I h..h'r. .t Lake harm. Kla"Ihe : Arcadia. Acnptilco""'ha, Hell\, Heaeh'nNo. I I I FI.OHinA (
Cuiunurt Ul Orchard of Canali'-L. 1 I. Ro'eeli'a, No. 1\. InnnDiitt, '11t.lam'Innlll, I
t1'olvertonirlmaby, 'Iulalrill. ;Madam Sweet. Dn Rot (rIMied). IIlIlrl'l lm". ! 'The Orange/: InditMry In the t'tiltn) M lifi Maltese I H ood, nth<'r varieties itbeat. Exquisite -
from it Commercial i'tau'li ohl"-Ilon.! Uenrte It- Farly oblong I TardlfT. llomosa-via, Jaffa, Majorca' : .. .
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'''It.lrlJAllkIlola. ;Magnum Itanium Maltese Oval Medlternean i
--- --- -- -- -- I'f'IINtlne 1'OIWItV.! Sweet, Katiford (Med.; !Sweet Mandarin, Tanger '

OCALA, FLAP, FRI1flU.HO. Ii, ixxa. : "Cniwjlrc: outile( Imperial Navel, wusfaln (Navels otlu'r1'a"l'l"
s --- --- --- -- I (off"Our Geneva Present N.)J.wlwleljeofthe:Y Peach fellows"FM Nonpareil.; Old Vlnl. !'ratA.It.. Mlchnls, ,
fhrw and > W. Mich.Tl'n Egg, Sweet Seville Enter: rtue Seedless U DRESSGOODS !
Vui7 Orw/rr ": K. Hinlth. I I' !s.! Ix-pt. of Agriculture. ; '
"Ikitanlual Namrliu'lley' \ \\. Adams, Tangerine lunnliitham( Centennial, f'hina Sweet.Pineapple ,
Intmduitlon, other
T11IOd,1LA MIMTI\O. "1". Seedling new any
"CroM-rertlll/aUon"- r. J. C. Neat, Archer, variety
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r Fla, [If any denervlng variety has been omitted in Retail
Or the.1nu'rteanl'onlologlglrtNandi I The Relations of l llrbrldlMtlim to Arcllinall- the foregoing hastily\ prepared list. It will be I Il
i the Georgia and Florida llnrtlctil f tlon" I'rof Mior L. II. Ilalley: Cornell I aiverally : added the If the! attention of. the Committee U calledto : I -- ,
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IthaceN.1'.
+ turl,,ta. Program, Premium List ltllMl'rve "halt) MaterUU In FruIt Trt'i and I.EMOSS. I
for dllhlt I Kir. SlrubelnMld" nM>itrr"..-Itjnm I). llaUtM. New
Bet collection, nol I less than varletlei, f 10.
JC'l'JIl' IaparlmeutalSlallun: | line dollar each foi lat plate Sicily (;eno, l ladles' I Fine) Broadcloth Groceries'
At tli
( t4ocktyan; Invitation[ from HH l'If>ltr"M In lifalliiK with I liiHe<.tII Inv CITRIC FRT'l'n.Two .
Florida) members extended that jurlou to Irulii"--Pr. C V tipsy, t*. H.
was 1't'I'\ dollars each fur taut plate of Lemon, I'o-
body to hold its next biennial HCHHinn in c.f'ARrleullureReault\ tnolo, ; (crape: fruit). shaddiM: i .k, Citron, Kunupiats.MU'FI.I.ANr.OfH. : 50 anl: 51 inches wide,
of KxiKTimi'iit* In the Treatment tif
tins Stat >, this Invitation was arcejitPil Vine' l>lHra-es"---rruf: II. T. Galloway I V. H. I FLORIDA
'' and afterward endorsed |II y tho Florida iH-i'l of Agriculture.t Kent IHinc-h IUtmna, 1-". 3m 31-as
+ Horticultural:; elyan,1 an invitation ''hxi;; Tlments I with Arnenlc"..I'rof. C.I1. Gillette Bent admen: I'lneapple, t-i. 80c. 90c. and $1.
Attica, Iowa.OIMl.RAI. lent tide liUHVm, $5OTHER
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extended also to the Georgia State Hnrtirultural
; rRC1rtsotat'ITOltowlNO. PREMIl'M.
HOl' f'h' to the Xational
accompany* "Clierrlei for the M 1..11'111'1,1'a1e\ )'"-I'roftMor In addition to tho foregoing, the Ion Worth from S1.7r to S2.2r;
which
f orpamzition.\ J. J.. lludd, Amen. lna. there premiums agKregatlngover I t""")) can
The meeting will lie) held at Ocala, "A possible, New; Fruit for the l'lall-.llr. C. Ite iMintested for by the dime t'Jlhl"liol'l. [See I
Flat February 20, ill and 22, ISBn.! TheIW4elOn E IV'wy. LI nee"ln, "FeUaika. their Premium List.]
"='lIi l'uttutl'.II. M. Ingle Marietta, l llinola. All article fur exhibition wilt be -
will at 10 oVlorlc, Wednenday i
open. Improvement of Our Vatlve jrapes"--Ueorge.( TRANXrORTRO FREE:,
morning) in the Set, ifropleal W, C'allll.I, Delaware, Ohio '
If marked with the Horticultural Society's tag
] xJIMition| [ building From information aeH-Taurl! Al. IHl'ITS. i but.. not otherwise). These tags can lie obtained ALL, WOOL !
received it is nntirij(ited that the delegations "Ormw I ulliire III In"uIMlalll -,\. W. Itoun- Iru1II< the !Secretary.
'J from t the visiting Societies will tree.<< New orleai'i l 1otiixlHim."Oranite 'Ihe l'tl'mlllmll..111 be awarded. when there l In I
Culture: In Florida ; 1'o"spnt Method but one entry.Bahlbttors .
number nearly or juile one thousand ami Future ITolmbHill- ll' n. I'. I'. II. Itioll.y, ; \ will be la'rmlttel to enter for an COLORED HENRIETTA \
]H>rnoni. Already, number of distinguished !' Florida. many ircudutnt.a dcftlredFntrieswlll I
names see booked at t tho) lioteli "'I'l'M-h (Jrowliin, In Florida"\ ..41 i. I I.. Tat"er, : be received .no long M the judgea\
Ok'ii I St Nary Florida are In wwlon and will IK taken up in order as re- *
for this occasion: ptnbracinir Hon. Norman :"l'lne: | .ieb"ri; L I.IIOHH. E lon, Flori'la. ecvel, l and an tart ulll be matte to PHHS, uponell | 4 () indies: wide, !
J. Coleniiin. II. S. Commissioner ofAjsricnltnre "The I'ia' Industry"IInn. Hairlvm lUiM, otli-red: but the Judges reserve the I rt ht U reject
.r..k..IH I 1110.l l Florida. enlries made after\ a. in. Tueoday, Feb. II i
1'rof. C. V. Riley 1'. S. Entomologist any
; "\'db Vlnifera! in the Sou+h"...O. II, Norton, nmry. loth, I 1K5o. IIC"L.V \\". AllAH! [ : ': r them
!' ; P. ,1. HerckmHtis, President! I I KuMlH, Florida, Mid< llamu', H. von l.nttifclmu Tlln.ccrhlt'1"r.tll... President. Florida. Horticultural :
American 1'omologiiiil Society and others Kjtrlton: H". I "Hoclecy. IroHor I L. TAPKK: ,. 55c.
: The IVach and the 1'liim In the Gulf I:oast l n" OlcnSt.: Mary. Florida, Secretary Honda. llortl- I
Klnn, ileoiye T. Saber dli n tit. Mary, Fla. cultural\ Sia'tety. lUv! LvMAk> PIIKIPO(, I
The American Pomological Society : The dm i* In Florida, Em. ImhoK TallahiiMtee, Santord Florida, Chairman, ..:Kxec\itlve"i' niiitee.llov ( and
'S The importance of this event the Fin C F. A. DIKLBV
to : I Worth
Minor I'llrii* Fruits, K-v. T \\' Shore, Fruit A. 1 It. MANVH.I.E, Sl.OO.
r S Mate will be appreciated when the high '
[ [ Cave FlahlrawUrry Executive: Committee
r; character of the visiting' organizationn) isconsidered 'I drtt iiiK In Florida, Stephen I'ow- 0-1

The American Pomological: rrn, La\+try, Fla This iron schedule on the. taritf bill i is priced
The Kakl, II' LMne toiuald FlaThclxiiK.il
Society :''s the oldest, so4-iety of t the kind : t.1J.. Florida 'H H Kediiey.:\ : WInter under discussion\ in the House of Hep-:

in America having. been IIrI'Rni7.O'l'r Perk h la resentatives.t

a; forty yeara,flipi. It haM )been an !important | 'Ihe. Fie. Fla and J''lIIt'jT'lIat, II 1le
factor in the development of the 1'i.ie, Afiile Culture- ThouiHN K Klchards, Fla. II. 1*. KAGLICTOX } Goods(
fruit growing interest of the United i The; Fruit I of the Lower Kant Oast, Kedeo

States, and! its i published catalogues and II White, itHirKUna. Fta. .Dealer In..
The Tropical\ and 1 Rarer Sub Tropical' Frulls( K 6ur and
proceedings! !' are accepted I authority N KeaMoner. Manatee, Fla.jtt6R Clothing uJll"J
throughout till! w' rid. Its membership To 1'11". TEAL ESTATE.

comprises some of our most distinguished ) .
rhe Nn'iieiic'l-itiiiu Hcforin: &
Hiibji'ct !
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authors, editors, scientists, as!' wellaa : !
pomologies and! fruit will he opened hy Ilun. T. '1'. L.rollnf
) practical Shoe
I .improved' aud Unimproved. Department
rowPI'M. This will be the 'tin t session South Haven, :Mich.Tenting \ .

ever held) south of Richmond. fly reference and\ Illtro.hll'illf"W; Kniitin LANDS. GROVES ETC.
4' to the which: Mill he introduced hy hurt T.; L. \V'u- ,
we -
'trtibliKh further[ on programmes it) will be seen that troiiH, DCS) :Moin lowu. I _____ I _____ -- l

"' tlieuwwioiis! will[ not be devoted 1 to A full dihcnsHioti' I ISSIrutngt'tl upon\ the i
'llII'M.tlonK
4 of scientific or technical interest, topic of "Jiiil. i ine Fruits nn I'xhthtioti"to : [ WKtll I'AUK, FI.OUIDA.

but to matters of vital 1 ini|>ortAnce to lie oiieuivl with a paper on Jud itiK rtdwlro c. HllCinallCl' & BI'o.'
prarticarfruit-growers anlllarIt'lwfM. ('ittl1!! 1-ruitn, hy I'rof II. E. Van I De-

A )large number who will attend this man, I'u10olugist of the iVpattiucnt of

meeting,'ressiun have' never they visited receive! FluriclalulIl will largely AtEriftilturt Other NiihjectNill he taken up HI : \ : : : s} 1nl 1I

depend upon their reivption. Their report time ixTinitu, and full opportunity' GEORGE McKAY' LU*)
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will not only go into the t'ntirtall- he given fur the discusNion\ of new \'a.ril.til'M ARCIIITKOT AND HUILDKU

ricu'tural' press of the country including even if the reading of Home of JAS. T. '.IJANCASTER.1 .

many J't IIt'rl\IIIt'WMplil'l'rMJhllt| will reach I the papers' have to be omitted. IFM1ON.S AND F TIMATFFurnlsbtsl >" Stock of
IVrsons are invitiNl llt) \'II.ll'Ihort. noteson
direct thousands!" who are looking. southward I -1-
ally of the above or oilier topic of Application-i
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of these" men, unlike the advertising l'omolo\lh't(1| \ mterent to he read, at the -. LEAPING REAL f. TAn DEALER '
out meeting or incorporated l in the ret ort. It
matter sent by our tin nigra-\
i in that will fullyprepared O"lcE-RIDIIDItC! : : : Orange and Sixth at, I
lion agencies, will be accept+ ed t without honHl| eveiy one come 1nCALA -
for a ditctiMHion of the topics
FLOKirSNOWDKN
question.Ve are not exaggerating! CALL, -
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which he in most interested.\ A
r when we nay that this is an opportunity| upon 1.A3t Sit
, stenographer will report the talks and
I'1' ? forett-ctfveyadvertiMiugtheState: never dtt .
before equaled I discussions!
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I t"' The Florida Horticultural Society Railroad Rates Etc. !

railroad rates from Tourist rates to Florida) are now in :
\, ,,. all lias|points arrayed to Ocala special and return good for force from all leading: point. tile tickets : & McFAHLANK:, WEIHELEADS )
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until June 1st. 'I'beseallow 15
good daysguiugandthesamerehlrtine
\ the week, also net-nred! reduced rates at -DKALEM IN-'
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I with stopover
hotels These! courtesies are extended
r f. to members of this Society only, and l privllc t's. In addition, the THInk ALL KINDS OF FURNITURE.' IS TII1IWatell :--

can be secured by wending\ $1 l to Ir. U. Lice and Central 'l'mtlic'.oc.I'tiOIlM -()- .
\\, have grantetl f> >vcinl rates to the meeting
." L, Taber. (Hen tit. Marys, Fla., for teem | THIY INVITE IIHPCTTIOH or TRill ConrLrrcAND !
t' btor hip. The Stale'! Society will I hold a of one 111111thirl' fare, on the cer Stoic Low Paicm. !
Cloclc I
a special meeting on the HUh lltt., the tlthalt.11811.. >Assuciations cover I 1m 81-KS C 1 ,JcweIQ'\ C I Unex-
day I-fore the Convention of t the American neatly all I the territory east of the :Misttittsippi ,

':, I i I Society, and !11 is desirable that as I and north ot Virginia. and the Prices. ,

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1->. attend this meeting Ohio river.
possible ,
.. many aa done deal to The rates on the certtticate plan are ...".
This society baa a great Palace LINE!
h. .
of horticulture generally lower than the tourist rates, \
the interests
.... promote 2.Y1Store W1
since its organization Ies than a year but allow one to remain only three day ,
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after the and do
: and is deserving the h"l&rtyopt'- meeting not permitBtopover I
ago,
ration of all progressive men especiallyin .*. Ce.rtitic.atca i are kept at all f

t:f its etfortH to guest entertain creditably tliesedistinguished tun\tsber ubtautvl[ 1 l hy\e those Association purchasing* and Repairing a Specialty.' NUR-'

:f tickets. Full fare will paid .gttin', and 1 WHOLESALE .
Semi-Tropical Exposition. --0LocUIII -
ti 5? The i one-third fare on the rttuirn, upon[ presentation

'r.+ Among, the attractions offered by the [ of the curlincate signed by the WEST "Sios I -- 4,.
-( ox or SQUARE)
i people of Ocala is the Semi-Tropical, KxTKwitlon : Secretary at the meeting. -AND-;
SmSl-hn A FINE g
; which e< ualaanytuingthekinct Arrangement for the accommodation
\., i. over held in the b'tate, notexivnting: the of members are very complete!', and the Retail I Drugs -- -- --- .- >:

f "Hub-'Proplcal," at Jacksonville. (.or'lif otticvra of the t'loriJ.lIt1rl C'u1tural Society 1.

further ixarticuUro nee their circular and are doing\ all in their power for the W. W. I b

,-, publlcat touti" ,) Kucctvw of the meeting, ueauced rules -0- I I I

..&,1, In one wing of the main building anT have been Njcuml 1 at hotels ; the Opera| few\ Jewelry Store Ii;
.l', auditorium has been arranged. On eithertide House has been engaged! : for the meetings -ALL KINDS Or- AnthonyjFU.

fh; of the platform will bu placed the and the building. : of theSub-Tropi- r Shines replete with \' ). -----------

., f4' exhibits of the National and State Societie : cal Imposition for the .display. of fruits. his line. Call and examinefor 'II-t.
while immediately in front is OEL l. : T..1'IX''.H Y: TOILIiTFANCY
:=\ The Exhibit. it yourwelf.
I exhibition of the
main hall and fruit I I1
the The American will make I--ASO-:
Sot'lety an
'si Strings for Musical Instruments
happy -
Semt.Tropieal\; a very arrangement -
iwmologtatl 1 meeting exhibit at the time of this meotin embracing Specialty. :
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for a ARTICLES
Benii'TroplcAl management i ill deserving apple, pears and fruit characteristic -A11 Work on repair of Clocks and Watcbe
:. The section of tiff Unite.l .!.
credit for the liberal of all Ouar-nle* & ADAMS
T In of which great they have co- perateJ State and Canada 'In Complete Stock I IVf Rhelnauor's Old Stand. '

manner the receptionand The Florida Horticultural Society will .. d"lC31.am" ."'/
w for
+ In providing Proper also exhibit of fruits How .
of the' visiting socle- make an era ----0-; .
entertainment facility &vegetables grown In this State. rrai O9. P. GARY. M. D ,
J+ tie, placing as they have every Q wtuit. The ro-opmiJion of our fruit-yroufri: and his 11. nine hit Cite fla.. 'in the handsthe Eiecutive > yurdenert u to mat th.n exhibit K64I\"artert rr vTtll Paper sal j r.j.-d.wnioiiT THE FACTS f f1 .
J Society. rwwoary .yvaas ..1) .t'acuoC.'
of the State r :
tee
Committee
crtditablt, and the feel coufl- A :FRA.ZKU?
Programme.f. dent every man Interested in the ,ro- I Room( Af B.Wi 0&1')"'* Block, OCALA,
1 i' 1. U.ettng.aU. 10 order br &lIe ehalrmaa.'I eress of the State will send something.. Pcauc81vaas I i i tOcaw ru. Twsatyma yrre a la P1 : : OCALA IIooeg

:: y wtr? .ae-M UaH a II. WUu.of oouIIL.5 If you have nothing suitable for specific ,I q,uaa DI8eua cUJ&GSaa & .. 1IgilJga I:



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This will\\ ho nn Imposition: of I'oiuological, Horticultutal and Agricultural products of Florida, and her "soil) \, timheis, Mood: mineiaN and live Hook, and in addition :m Helen
and products of general; inteiv\ fioni all :States; ;and countries Entry i is open) to the world liar the dicplaof its pioducts. No charge for c'l1tl'il'i'lnOl' : fcpaco;\ for the piodutts or 1
manufactures of Florida.- ,
Tho) Tinted States 1 EXpl'l'ill1l'ntaltatioll:; for) impnneinent and de\elnpiuent+ of }products indigenous to this "section has Keen !located contiguous, to our expofUion grounds.SsSWe (
invitu( exhibits! of nil descriptionpaituularlx" those l pertaining to t the nits, uicHiamcN and agriculture( guaranteeing uniloiin/- couites to all mli;) ,ltnt.f'. ii i



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GEORGE W.-WII.SOX:;() Pn>:-icll'lIt.)1.. FOX. First I t Vice-1'resident.!; IU.I II. KNKJ1IT Second Vic-ivl'iesident \

r C. W. CAMPHKLL.: Sit. General: :Manager: : : (..r s.1': \YO, T.ai-ul't ti' .Ir O. OLA It Kb, Secietaty.I' ; "..

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mnc Filst NaHOQal Bank Tlw 1 ilercliii'' National Bail {T I -Monopoly.. IJmg



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Ocala, riorula.: I
==OF OCALA -AN'I-} t
0<1 NO. 3470 D<>

: 'r xtnu SEED STORE
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Paid Up Capital, Imo, Authorized Capital, -- IN-- .

$50,000. $150,000. CAPITAL STOCK $[OOOO.O) () (" C0111111'I'1; ESS OP' STOCKtonity ;
lit SUIU'LUSJNO. ,
: 8,450.OOOrrICIIU4 : ; ()
K.\V.AOMOW: Irr... \V.II.('Ul''II..I'r... < of (ioods: and )Low 1'riccM.
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McINTY'RE CA :rrJ: :=
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R'ing now t'taUi.1ied in our new ind tlfij-int Thank building" art Jtrrjxired guarantee r /I,
$7,000.00
SURPLUS
satisfaction to all.
General flanking busies tranqrlfd.rd'fln!/,iwgltt' and M. -A rojiPi.irrK: 1,1-1'-;
One of the finest" and l is>8t. equipped| l l ankintf: home* in the Slate owned l by the
bank. We have social facilities for nuUuit Colloctiont on all notehMble; j I..in" ------- -- -<>FHARDWARE--- \
We will extend every cimrteny anti! favor to our ru!totiierH oonBistent with wife ,
oanklnjr,and t-lialipive p'roinjit) and careful attention to all businensentrusteil to in : HOARD OF DIRKCTOKH.:--
*We so l-.t your BANK ACCOUNTandall business In our line, and ,
guarantee entire satisfaction.
JNO.1'. DUNN) 1 K.: I'. IMRM[JKKS,
CHAS.HIIKINAUKR: : J.A. KINHTKIN!! ,
CORRESPONDENTS : IIAUVKY: KNIGHT, WM. ANDKItHON) :; ,
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Importer & Traders: National Batik, Sew York, X. Y.; J. C. I'KWNK: .:, I. M. TIIA YIn: SasliIooII1inds s sAT
outhern Bank of Georgia Savannah. H. IJ. McCONNKM.,
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r.:. t& Special Correspondents! in all important cities in the \Vt' t. --- -- -
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S&LiMJ Park,// fni'ujnnl Hank of fyivannnlt Ifaryia.
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ouinilU husking Cwnjtany!, hmimllt, Ay InUl-W
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THE MONTEZUMA {
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0. '/,UMIt KIl, GAS-Jt"11'TBll- .. C. F. BREWER & CO.HEADQUARTERS .

Main Strcut, Ocala, Fla. -.. r and Sanitary Kntj hirer,
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=The" Hotel' of .i 1e.Hy: .; *'tfr-Fifteen Years & .. y-. Ft. King Avenue, -FOR. -

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...-....=.....FIRST-CLASS............... ........................IN r.......ALL...,.......NN.RESPECTS.....r...r.r..-rr....r.NINNII..N= ... Call Work and Strictly leave first-class nrders. and Gnat'1.- VV \>......"h..... Church.
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i J Ebctric bells in tfery ro?ns. H,* **"t col tnerdal JraetUrt, 'J room. AVw brick hn>iM an4 new furniturt. J JJEofci ,
I Hot Water BoilersSteam
I ----l..J-' Musical Instruments !
j Fitting and Pipe of all kind. -

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\ THE DAILY BANNER. I ,

., Subscription Rates. _
Per Annum, II no.

l fib Three Jloiith Month! *, .. .. :225.1 25.: f""V ) _

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The Fruit Grower In Council.
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Fully 400 |>ernonH aruwmblcil in tli. ,
4, Opera Iloune vwtenlay, afternoon from n L I
the counties of Sumler, Citnw, He-man-
r do, IWo. Lake, Orange, Volmia.! 1'ut-
nara, Alaclma, to Hlt-cl. a permanent organization w l-A-J
of the Florida) Fruit (5 rowers _
}'rotedl'e 1 1 A fwofiatinn.
lion. W. W. Hennelt, of Okaliumj.ka. ( )) __

Lake county: was made) teniK>arr rliair- c
man, and Mr. David William.* of Marion
: county, tt'rnl'orarv| wrfrtary. CDo
General Tillaon and others made add ). /

reason on the question at ismie and _
G'nerallllJ'ker, of lA-et'liiirjr" the Afwo-
clat Ion'N legal advertiser I !" |*renented the .
status In that li :ht. -
A comtnitUtu on jxTinanont oriraniza-
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tion and oonstintion was then apj-oinicd' _
commuting,. of Dudley) W. Adama, Or-a lice c-
county, (General I DavU Tillnon, of Lake
county J. O. 1lalht'8Iarioll l I : county, ;---i 'I
W. D. )Kvans: Alal'lIlll'oullty. A. :Mun-
roe, 1'ntnani utitit't'. uhcii the! Con VCII-
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tion udjourned until 7:30: j 1' m., to jriui ..
the rommitleetiine to rt'jiort L
: The evening! seKwion was a very inter ,1 o
5' t'lltithnmd enthusiastic" one and the work _
for which the convention convened. wa _

e ectt'tl. _ _-- C. ,
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Home ol tin- Fruit I < lowers Icli- -_- -

..:alen.Metmrs. > 'J

It. A. Kcixrd, F. J. :MrKaa\ and Cf J \
J. 0 Matthew' of Citra: Daniel Green,
.. of Itoardman; O. I*. Hook, of Fruitland. r
ParkjThoH.; 11. ami Alfred Aver, CajitainCarney
of Lake Weir; Ja A rm",1" rOil!;, h-H r--
I of Center Hill, Captain' and Will Morton, rp
of Punster! ; Jan. Crihhett, of Cotton H
I'latit;0. :M. :\McAulev. II. Steven' C. _
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4' 1L JCeuner, of Citra; \ U. Sampson, of .
lioardmaud. ; J II. and I D. S. Botll\nft.Js*. <
A. Harris, Chas. W White, Hon. 1'. 1'. (
Bifthop, of Citra; Prof. Hoardman: K.: J. &121JI
Femherton,, John G Smith, II. K. :Martin I- -
:Major Wright and 1K.; Hevel, Ox- /
: ford D. W. Adams, Tanjrarine) ; GeneralDa o -
, VM/ Tilson, Orange IteiiilV.; D. Kvins,
I :' Alachua; A. Munroe, Putnam; Wm. T. .
i Bhuttlewoith and :Mr. Harron of Kvin- T
ton; Sam Pyles, Nute Knohlook) Tom I -A
o Barnes, Tom Sistrunk and Captain and k
,: Will Morton, this! t'Olllltyt're among 'I J..JJ
I the delegates attending the Fruit Growcr's ; .I

Van v1I1 yesterday.- J..JO)

Hart't Ocklawnlui !vt'r-HteatiierH.hteamer .

Okeehuiniikee, ('apt. N. A. I- hL -.1
Kdwards.leaves! PalatkaforSilverSprinpsMondays
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WednendavH and Fridays at
9.30; a. m., on arrival of train from St. I
: Augustine! ; ret II tilt nlIt'l\" :Sliver; i Springs o a
at 9 a. m., after arrival of train from
:. Ocala etc., Tuesdays, Thursdays and
1 8a urdaYII. 8feh'2m i U

; Silver Hl'rlnlotM "..rk Itull. <- ,

..& A hall will ho Ill.l.lin the. Opera I Hou-'e" en( _

on the 13th innt. Kveryone; m invited. c _
The moon will ho bright and) no excuse

; for ouUidtt. rcnidentti to remain away. ====. ::====::::.:... ...--....--..........................". t
: Slx-Koom: Houho unit Lot for Sate.t j '
ATOWNLOT. I A TOWN LOTl
t Ijist half(If lot 31, Caldwell'H: addition, I. LOOK !,
"t .C to Ocala ; one acre well net in fruit trees FOIl ; run i iI 1
Ii' and nice IIOUKP of six rooms ; line water, .2
": Two lots in ftonthwewt) corner of lot 32 ; I $25.00. : I $25.00. t

;;or variety of tine nursery t trees for sale on ............................................ .._...... .. ... ...................... ...................-.L O sj cg
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k'" lot 33. Apply_to Uev.il..I Helm.. [31jl'.H] ---- I _


G.!. o'. The finest Matiojiii ant )hl'lt'arll't Nuroerr.). of orange! ...._....:..LLllI.iJ..il1iJ..S.].; ::(: )! :! ::!.: .:..::(?:. .1'.F.R:i: : :::: :! :! ::.:!:. j .IJ.J: :ty.jIIfysIIlI.LYTiTr: :i }: .. --..-:::...... ::r: _

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,J. trees for the least money, to be had of .
I, J. W. A }'. D. W A In:.. .
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; wSfebtd. Helleview, Fla. e I

I f' The Ilctlillfk Nursery. The fn-ht 111 the field New Sl>mi.Tropic.Lllllldition to the City of Ocala Anderson's new addition

i, adjoins the Semi-Tropical Exposition grounds. Three hundred now offered at $25 each, for thirty days
Twenty thousand budded\ ) ) orange trees only. Tho property is elevated and overlooks the city. South street is now being graded to the property.Tho --TIJEQoala ....
five old sour stocks. Duds\ from ---------
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one to three year! years old. We have the proposed utlulllm line," when completed, will tlhllO per cent to the value of every lot. Lots can be .

l'' leading vaiieties.! Site of trees! from one paid for on the installment plan, desired.! No commissions, no agents ; buy direct from owner. The editorof
I to two inches. The trees are |perfectly the BANNER will select loti for non-residents. "Get in on the ground lloor." Plat can be seen at oflice of News Depot II I
bealty. For further information call on II. L. Anderwm, or address! II. L. Anderson, Lock llox 125, Ocala, Fla. :
< ; or address, It. A. lkm>. Keddu-k, Fla.8fe .

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The Heti Grocery, )ialIoliIItn't't! i is

r.1. the d place Sided to buy H.-/your AUIAKIAS groceries., Pioprietor. Fair Tradel THE OCALA HOUSE.The LARGEST STOCK I


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R. E. YON 1-; .'. c-J.; ) The X-ala Plum. DEFIES
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beru. Tall ami exandne |their tine Mock .. --
and tret Pt.1d'ork at reasonable prices FOUL WEATHER !

; dSldeclm_ of the Lowest Prices I I0
V\e unit have to the weather rvt >ru. LeadingHotel City. !
: Twenty-one-iueal ticket for $7, at the Vdon't have to :reto guodi iu the light or Of any Storerin Southern Florida.I.DODDISRAEL7 ,
Chicago., 30tf dark of the' moonSnow .. _

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: Floods -ANDUNSUUPA."SJ.D : : OCALA, FLA .
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TAX fcAYKHH, ATTKNTION': 1m 11-88

"T expect to v'Ult the varloui prtH'incU$ of the Don't Don't ; IX APPOINTMENTS: TO ANY IN THE STATE!
tlt" ." I Couutjr of Wwiou at Ut" tiiutt uifutiuiied be
IJw, Tel PaTrr will pl Mt m..L me, and be .
.UNto tnui a ihMi'rlpiUiu of y. Inc lection,luMiiklilpftuii" K UK'". l to not org Scare FrightenUs.
; leottbt E. B.
ntr .(trtmaou k blto'i More), Feb. II. RICHARDSON
I : } Sitvertgrii'si> : Monday trt.rUair3' U. Repainted Inside and Out (
: Silver "hiirlnn left' Im-wUjr. Kt-bnury tiAnthony. Us. -THE_
W"dunUbru&1'J' 1UjW I.
,. A ma yrl: >ru ry'l ,', :Finest;
Mvcry
: -AXDREFITTEDWIIOROUGIILY -: III
lUnVjick,frtJ r. ra'rtirylMclutukh \ Rain HailDon't uu.city
I Selurite). tfbruary,
. ; tt-bruary K
; nl.'mh.liLuli. WoutUjr -Q-
MtU-hloii Ullu-h'i."Iul'1.u..I") t T. P eU 19.Iton .
WITH ELEGAN2
(\ rlanC ("I'O\'I tlluhht' >ruu.J: >. Don'tRattle : FURNITURE LBAIHXG <
tutu s.rthg,Tbnrvl y. hl>ruaryVI .. SALES STABLE jfIsf&SS
I \ lI"id'ill" FrIdey. kvbruayh&dy ::..
(IroVe Knmiay, Ktbruary38.y _-_. =- I t
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,: Fort ( )IOIILII. t'vbnuuy J& flu Jl-M
OraJlje springs TuetkUy ;)9t.lak. .
t't'bruar::
%%ethstay t rtry .T
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Kerr(41V. VVodiiewUy,i>. n*.. TKUrutry Jftkalt BEAUTIFUL'LAWNS AND CROQUET GROUNDS] --
Purunri((>!& Mtril&iwo' thjia 1.MBk&i&1uahy ). fbur, FobBrookTSttTVTIday. :l\, Us. Us. D as. o fl. 4 j. c. PERIX,

p" Lliutdal (School HOUMI.. March Monday, March, W"'HIIYY NNOOTf ? -- I DENTI8T8,
(- l8ch.wl Uou t.Tu a*y. Maiehft, -
-hlpor
;.. tuenwu. Wtdne lay, March 16. IkvauM- our good are worth what we ak (<>r :
Ihunday. Uanb 7. them. lWt'auMt we aav CtiIIC low priced and
(Lake nd1ef.Weir..'"da, M&ah L lactic are ia for *ur tatviuut.: Nothloc*U>|4 -fol1Tux )\I'PLT ''l'\f. T : f"lH: TIIAYER, MANAGER.OCAUV : ( I
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Bellni'aNl. *.7b.tm9I4 Lbe'Nw4 trades wHit ; I ,
JUt .qj \WARTUANN FL01UPA..' 59 <<**l fond IntM't 141 ftlU y In'u* '
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0 TM Collector., RO ELL ( it. 0 1IaJ1U0' ... aUoDa1 Ralik Bu1l tooIIa.1 ADd 2
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