The Ocala banner

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The Ocala banner
Uniform Title:
Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title:
Ocala daily banner
Alternate Title:
Daily banner
Alternate Title:
Place of Publication:
Ocala Marion County Fla
The Banner Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
February 8, 1889
Publication Date:
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>]


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
29.187778 x -82.130556


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).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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OCALA, FLA. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1 1889.'n J 1 i

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7111. } Lr) /I 1.1 .VTI'fia'.I II .\' I A Hnd,...'. CITY tS: ('OUNTYIRECTORY.

MOVTKZI MA llor.Kt.': Feb.7.-C. N. ('raw-
This noon as l 1'lIllulI t 0. '' turpentine ) 1
farm anent WHS marshaling the sou- ford, Wildw>d,1'la.; (it0trge B. IIlls,1't.: 1
their White, I'1a.1V.; H. l I' 11"11'(1 l prisoners! to take them to
t Cai'tain Bill Kendrick, (" Florida Crack CITY OFFICERS,
new field! of labor. Peter Cook, colored!
who was found guilty of Mealing' the C,..'') Jacksonville' FlJ.; ; I.. Head, Jacksonville. Iar..r I Or Tlnw, I'. Oily i
r. reliised and Fhi: ; bb.s... Mcl-end.\ Jr., (141.11'; CU-rh !srolliTlor \.. .Bui..,, ..
Whitney to u
j jeweliy.
ii breaking his iron toed tllt'ai and! S.:: Shield-, .Atlanta Ga.;; 11'.1. P.nrrell, Ma"h.\\ \ K.. F'. 11411. .
: up 1'.Osd.uu.
: wrenching the Jt'It'l'IPI'! from the water Boston, llaMs.J.; NHdlinger.! New York ; An...'imot 1 H. K: Mclver.
= : : l wlibit1' Fin. D. .\. VVoixl Tn-iwiiriT k
:: I II closet, began an assault on huiisel, beating Doctor I Lewis ; It. H. :im.wdotirntiiUni j
oi I""IIII'\I--Jn" \ r. Dunn
Atlanta, (iit?; O. 1' Northrup, Toto. Kan.;
i. of iris legs in a frightful 11t1ft1\1 ,
t ) up one nl( AliU-nuoii J. f. im E.: W. AgiKw,
1 manner, perfectl lacerating and hi eak- George. Y. Itiinks, Columbus 4.011.; I L. O. J. lUIICIIHUT.. John .\. Howell 1. U J4.4, 1'.O.
int leniilewas. armed! with linen AHx-rt Lt" ', 11 lain\ ; II. II. Cornell Smith II W I handler\ I. Drown and \y. (I. Mar- 1
!; same a
number of brick-bats that mime of the Chicago! 111 ; Dr. Pratt and sat Chicago. "' 8
lupulur 'it.'r.liltCOUNTY !;
prisoners slip' !gs'il| in to him threatenedthe III.; (I. L. Metcalf, Keddick ; W. .1. Carson

life' of any of the "fill.t'r"110 hail! Luke Weir, Flu.; /. W. TI'lorn. OFFICERS

I the temerity to dare airest him. tbuouiy,1'ls.IcAt.A : ((anti) .l1I,1>"> KirlmntCount I t'ftn&tbJ. ''T.
Hovoi-' Feb. 7. K.: It. Uichard-. ; } il. s |h A MilUtrShfHIl
ft im The excitement noon drew a crowd K. r W ilium

UL1 and \,to'lblhft: \ }; excited \>;y star.tore I I lain:. cV.y ; V'.hat''r 1'111 '):('IjIl'tlllamt 'lor. his msilt ur.. U. L.Yonge Flu.; L. Dawn, Fruithind l'aik.'but.' .; F.W. I'ollruN It r ''InmaIUl. cttn.

I was rent for to try (the efficacy of liarnes HIM) ss ifs. Bmtol'\ Conn.. ; John $Hiiwrliiiciii1i-ni reMiinT| s K. ,|>'|iMiblkInctnMtkm M. -M. I. 5

applying.... cold water through a two inch (t. Dultois, Montague' Fla., U. K. ItridgoMVilmiiigt I'ayiif. KU'inliiKtoii. 1
nozzle from n city hydrant, but the belay \ <>n, X C.; J I 1). harrow Columbia oiiniy' riiiiiiiiiv.imrli.| N. Inuit, \V. I'.
Trmitlmin M t. K.H IV-rrln, l.V.I'.tiIi-|
WY JgM had been so )great t that tfie northbound :S.: C.; John I H.! linker;" Portsmouth I llniiimiii\ 11.1.11. ,
!y yM l'at"L t 'V: pasM'iiger train In, ft in the mean Ohio ; A. D. !Smith. New York ; \\'. n.1 h'het'unnltlnamiiskuiersmredlute Hint Monday

while.. It i i. hoped that the solicitationtt Ihike and I wife 1 Louisville i I Ky.; W. U.Stoddard '. hi trio iiinniu.AlMwil .
itisdl| K. 'K.: Hurt ti. VVurtmann,
of Green IliHlge): who advised Cook to : NestIlaten; '01111.; Kdmuiul\ ) M. S. Mnwr, A. H. 'irinin.;: I I'.*L. Irnrirrce .
'r \<'l'l'M-h AT in .t /.1. H.A.! ./.I.Vr.lA1 > '/11/,. give up and go along peacefully. will (Day, :Seymour: Omn.; K. 15., Hillyard!, :SuHiinah : trIKIIII litter"t meet' OrM Mmidajr in every ninnth. 1 ll ill

!prevail. So desperate was the residing \ ia.; A. riulheim, It'iltimor: *', COUNTY BOARD Ol HEALTH.Itfalilont I flu'

prisoner, that he would not permit Dr. Mil.; Charles 0, Hampton, < BUDGET OF HOME NEWS Tlicy nil! In* KcccUcil.President Hood to come to him and! dress! his Fla.; James L. Myuatt, and S. L. Mynatt 1 lilt, K: n. Klihnrilimn.McnilxTp IUI\

---- - -- -- -_.-. .--- Wilson of the. t:;emi-Trolir'al, mangled! ).:. Atlanta, Utt.'lul't' l I'r. |I', ,\. South, Aullmtiy, i iMrwn.M.S. .
--- --- -- Mater 1\11.11' II. Irvln
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<:'. 1.. HITTINiiLK.OHy Kdttor.Weihe basntwtiutedthe! follow ill!: committee
_' :..! : ..".- to receive the members of the Jacksonville Ueiorl oi'U. H. I'Almer, CoinniisMioiiMerchant Sentl-Tropical I'H/cN. HOARD OF TRADE 1

is Hill litre. dfebStd Hoard of Trade nm"! their :5tn: ( I invited tim Iteutdeht., :\, 1'. The om'<'ials: of the !Scuti-Trupial have l>1'r1..I.h'111. t.. \luiniiI'mililcni

-- -- I trading citizens.ho will make Sew YOIIK, February 5th lSt\A. voted pri/.w of f.'iO t) to the lx>st drilled \'It'\ 'Win.-II.Fox.IAusrdnfliuvent"n'.I'A.. \\tihtn.Hcri'inrir .

Court adjourned T.lllrf.\. !}', till spring i February 14th, Jacksonville Day, memorable The of Honda cutlet compaiiv in the State, which includeH i Man .,., O. .KheluJno -
term. in nir city : 'eceijits oranges continue the cadetof- the Kast: Florida stilt, K. Unnn, J II.I Mvlnnton, H. A.
light and! the imukct lo-I lav borestints \\i'HlliPrlii.; Kin: anti; SV.. Mumlf.1IU1LDINQ .
'. General! Robert: Mullock. 11011. .Inn. (i. Seminary' at GnincMillc\ (hose at the
"Y" don't call "Y" the jeweler. live and!
on a more HI
you appearance!
HI'\rllon Hon. 15. I. Anderson 1 West +w'eand ASSOCIA-
dHebtd! I : Major prices show advance over la.week FloridaSeudnarv''fallaha' AND LOAN
I H. (Wright, Mr.. F. A.Tengu1 and \\ m. au the. hoys of the Agricultural; and! Mechanical TION.rnKMftili .
; 1.2.11)! a box in obtainable for choice
; Go to an'e--! ; and get a box of 5-ceiit. Fox. The ('onIlll tit t' are requested toutect College, Idtkt City.This .
brights of desirable sizes ; other grades: Ii\ \\ llmer.MIT
cigars for $1. __ in Kxx( >witioii dice Monday evening H.">\" to (1MH) ; "' tIieuintd,17(1aud2ia I ( > amount is Mippemented by Win. \ l'n"'hlt'III| K.I: iK'l.uiOKt.HiHiHary .
at S o'clock sharp.A Fox, Vice-President\ of the. institution, nint 1'rrnHiin r. -l mats Fox.lUwr.l
The weather continues frisky, atmospherically -- -- sizes, selling at i'J.tHi:! I, and lines !Irom with n JL': .'I prize for the best drilled : ol .1 I 1. I.anrsiutrr., IvnarFtephviw

iq t'akiug.! llantlMiine Cumuli! lleitt.1lrt. *1.110 to H.75. caul t. t 1. Itniwn. M Kinliil I, A. K. l'iloiuH' It. n. 'II-f'
L.u'hSriassod' K. A. KurliT.1./
-- -- The few invoices If new vegetablencoming

Hugh E. Miller, I'I., is in JACKVIII- J. .\. Kowell, liHiidftonio' anti forward are much nought alter, OCALA RIFLES .
The new Soiitherlnml\ I Ilit i-b. .t t Tarnon
till attending United! bUtes cuurt. accomplished, wife of our j IM>i>ular shoe and choice beans, and j pt'as bringing H.ftO ( Ortnln' 1.\ \;aAliKlrxt
/ 1 Springs built 111111111111.,1 alto the l Knglish u -
-- ---- -- merchant, gave I''l't\ delightful\ party to K>. XI) H crate, egg plant' */K.NI to tU'.OO Iulc! Moiiti-iiiint It. H.\ M'S"and.
seed below cost at Tim : was burned! night. IAss Hoooti.l I iiMilfiiHiit I'. \VtlUainii.:
Pure |>otiitoe8 If it night in honor of Mi l i's. Laura Snowden a barrel.! See no arri\als as act of cu "
(Jfebmt t 141.1!(10.) The guests ;\JIII'\'ltul" barelyescaped Forty Mt'iiiU-rti
Seed Store. whose return (Irom Wilmington: N. cumbers tomatoes, but| would! realize
with their !lives alinont' Mulfucate'I FIRE CUMPANY.f'IIII.r1 .
*( Don't fail 'toall and get aa oyMer fry ( ., \\ .chronicled some time ninco. The good t>riicH. Inferior are hard to di.' poMi' smoak. Diatuonds.
by destroyed 1)) I
evening i was pleasantly spent in card! of ami HIlCHNK-r.
30tf : wanted. Stiawbetiies
the Chicago. are. not .
at __ I in t Iho flames ( iieat 1'1'1'14"111I1111:0114. t-'ort'luHli Mmirlrr lilifttiiuicr.Klr !
playing! /and social converse, while the arriving i but not eullii-ieiit' to establishimotutions. .l _l imit- I/HIIK. Volk.hiii :
Bulk' oysters in any quantity at Co- refreshments)i served to the guest wore "'lLlIl11.A >ml lewlhluiit WO .VUr-lmlLhtircUty I t

burn 8 Chicago ttaurant.. oUtf of a kind that would tempt the retort exacting There is an iacroaseil demand for otter :; -J II. MHllrlt.
-- ---- --- little girl 12 or 1 II 1 years of> ago ran 1 Wfllly-iiVO llll'llllHTX.HOOK ti
and fastidious. II will
taMe. long
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of the, 1l"lUH'ill
The Nicaragua canal bit! is i in thePresideut'e on Account have a good b homo fur attending baby. AND LADDKK 1 COMPANY. 1
be remembered by those: present uk one KurnH3; | and for anything choice }f).(xi toh.lll I
hands. a\llllu.Jl'ill}: ftollwtlhn housi* Inquirn 1'rfnl'U'Ut \t'I"1 I'stnur.Fort'nlsutt'IIAu .
of the mm enjoyable evenings: of the ) ikobtaimtble.Uell, : '
-- --- \ uII'ut&.twislaul
at this office.! 8felCt f ,
Mr. Barney Rhodes, of lirookhville, is season _- -WvlU Kli''ii..
thv detective at the liij'hition groun ts. : U. U. Waterman, the Ocala lother, ;\levv lleiiis. The Northern! Ohio Blanket mill ut Twenty immUTn.TULUl.A .

--..- --- is out in a neat circular to his l patrons From the. llelleview: Ultidt of the 7th, Clevt'laml!, buriuil I Vt'MINdaLu. I LODOK, NO. aa, I. O. O. K.Mciim i
The United States Court i is: now In session calling their attention to his unusually we clip condetisulhe. )(' lullowing itemsof JIOH.OOO.( Insured for > [ u'ry Tursitay\ evcnlmc.) .1

at Jacksonville, Judge! Emory Spear, select assortment of patterns for gentle. i interest : W. II rlmillf, \ 4//i.W I
of Georgia, presiding. man's !suits.! The sUahle "Colonel" sets Mr. James A. Gatlord returned from\ \\'.) egret) to a n not'nc.' th' sad, news M 1'hlltlisa|" rdiirT '

----- up at nights thinking out nice things for Ins trip to California lat: Sunday evenin of the ileath of Itof. 1/eomird, of Anthony All VlnltliiK brothers coMUIIy .ln,llt
Mr. E. Prenti.v Tucke, of Ohio, was admitted his many dressy yomnj friends who mp s:. which IX't'ttrn'tIIJiIi! IUllrlliu!:. OCALA CHAPTHK NO. 13, Il. A. M.

I yesterday to practice' in all the. |pi i\ their; laiment of thug 11&I.1aI1l11roa: ,!. ( lava :\11'1 lit it'r a hard working colonil -- ----- IM'ets'hsl| circuit and inferior courts of this estate.Dr. Northern capitalist lire making largo tlrllt MoiuUy iiiKhtln I'".III.
--.- -- -- cloths at his emporium. mail hud the mi.foi tune Tuesday to have' pun! banes of land in Alabama.; 11. w. U.NO. ii. r,
Lewis, of Orange Luke, was in the his house and ull his household! goodsdestroyed J. N. KKAiLk, KoTrttry. I
city jesterday and made us a pleasantcall. Now that '1lI'ritl'ililam'4 has given by liie. Fortunately he has l'urst-oil (xitatoeH, bou| l'CIMt at THE Ti.Iitw'Ipks bold 8ni..lHr HtljiNil! suit t salrlsetk't'aevery
the court ii" ', t1 a good cleaning ,auodsyuurnnipii A Knew'* hull i
anti u new ------- and raking: up, made it look ns neatas I *|MI pn'HrlmiK ui nlKlil' .l n-KUlnr hour ..nilrraycr
intended to move in a few days. \ ....
uivtilnii ft cry liu-wlny 1111 All arTKAVELKK'S
)lr. and :Mrs. J.V.. lieistle, of Buch a new .pin parties should fee that Hiss Kill)' Marsh, a ( !harming young ..'... M...... ......... ..... .. .. ....... .......-..... ..-......-..... "11Ill'd.. f!
Mich. arrived yer-teriay and are scraps of paper and old iicuKpapcrs! arenot ,;
anan, lady from Cincinnati I. Ohio, is" one of thelatest ,. .. '
Mr. and Mrs. Newton Ced ling. thrown around in it to again immediately .. '
visiting Mrs. Bristle is a sinter of Mrs. Holding's.The disfigure t it. Every citizen guest! nt arrivals:Maj.'and in our K.;She hue :::::::::'::: j.i ;:::::: : :::..: GUIDE :

-- .. should! be thoughtful and take a personal, ...........:.. ... .,............. .. .. ,........ .... ..... -- <,1
D.HLIhSS&H returns thanks to pride in the matter. The outside world Gillett Bros., the enterprising: nurserynen Schedule of the S. S. O. & O. It K.ArrivvfroiiillomiiMiMut '.;
Hon. John F. Dunn fur the Sut % of :South l Lake Weir shipped a carload : : : i
the habits.
judge us by our '
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of twelve thousand trees Irom Sumitierfielil
Senate Journal of February 5th, containing IA'II"t'IIc..I11 for lMinnt'llini..M.nM. 11.:11: ) A. M.KfturiiliiKat I
otlkvrs 01 the :Senate; and the tiov- Weihe will have your Waterbury station& this 1Itt'l.". They go( to r..j.I. .M.. ate f. M,

ernor'b message. _ watch repaired. dleb&td/ California.Mr. I IMPORTANT UaviH-..I.. for MoniiMawui at. ft.m: r. a. t

}1. Williamwho has -- ---- Kohcrt: Carson met with a painful ...!............................. ........................ .........:..:.. F. C. <'\ P. R. R. (Old P. K. &: N. Line.) 1
Mr. Russell: jet the County Commiasioners( ask the
accident while 'Hlla"t
chopping' \\ ( Schedule
his family u visit, returned !
been making Sujierintendent of Public lnl ructions
day. A chip IIt.wII' and hit him in the

toTalhipoosa do, (ia., large where amount he has of an sur engagement and Tax Collector: in if need those 1 frosty mornings eve, cutting the, eyelid. I It is thought: ....... .. ... ....... ..... ... Night Night II pawcmyeruth u st::: rr,horlli: tsiuud.l.::...=:.:.::::10.41. 2.1i r.A.ta.FrrtiihI" : M.Uniii'1 .. '
to a of lire facili
they are not that the is Drs. II. ; .. ...... ..
sight not unpaired. ......... _L41 P. r. i
veying. .---- -- ties. No lire place or stove in their of. Knight, of Brlleview, and K. Van Hood, ......r.N.-.r-O. .. l..1"I..f..C.: E. .. ...... "KTII sesa.
Gees and as cold and cheerless as an opt| 'n of Ocahalrtased the wound.There !. : i : : i : ,., ..... '-j
the nrrlrrs In Oonla. 0.07 ,
The managtrs there: of shall be Exposition no extortion aredetermined ) barn: in Dakota By all means let the ............,...... ............ .................................................. I.'I" { ....--.....It I 10 A.p. M.M
court house be remodeled and the tuder- will be a tilling bee to-night. relKM lilt *. M. ,

allowed In the Kale of any article in the lug" odicials wade] IMnf''>rt"bl.,. The" tlt'altlli..torl! manipulator will ('stunt KallwHilliUmrnl... .._......_ 141 r. M,
building. Any grievance of this kind, if --- --- get a volume of l lnll'l'cbbuw'a JKHMIIS.The uortli l 1.1111I.1, .?. 1.41 ... II' J

reported to Manager Campbell. will beinvestigated To Hotel Men. Ht'IIt''ierift i and grist. mill is I ITO f I TH.ELADIES. : ,,; : Jour N. fmztR, I J
and correct -d. : Town Tlckt-t I
.- I hereby otTcr a wager: of fifty dollars doing a splendid business. J. I h. Bassetl, Up Ag'iit

Mr. Walter-- Agnew' has charge of the that no hotel! in the State of Florida can of Ft. McCoy, unit I. B. Gordon, of Citra, TO TIIOXK H'HO WitVLlt LIKK TO UKCWTVMt.KX The F. S. R. R. Time Table 4,
show number of brought in a load each of rue to be : ;
force grading and |laving the remainderof an equal or greater ar : ... .. : .. ...I soOth BOUND.I'aawngor .
1st South street, and the work is receiving rivals, bonalide registered goestfl than hulled IrKKt.t'14'r: the proprietor of i It tin collie. .I lit our nutlr0! that k number. ?! arrlTMln irala..M ...__ l.Vi r, It.N .
the Montexuiiia since January let 1U89\ the mill, is well liked for his accomodating i ... :.. .. .. .. .
his usual correct and methodical I Ii.i ? ..._............. N i 116 r. r.
.... totae.! J. P. HAIL, manners. :' :' Housewives : Yrt'tabt :: : :: .._.._ Y.b) A M. '
businem treatment. I .
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Ix-Mcee Montezuma. Hotel lt Ocala, Fla. The Belleview Workers will hold a ... ..... > / A. M.n. I
C'( Green Hodge will not be sent off with --- bazaar the last of tub( mouth. The :i -iHnlrUi, ;; tke wlventsge; of our= I II NORTH SOVND.Fiaenrer .
Go the ladles watch ''' ''' '
the other sentenced prisoners, but will see Waterbury at11'eihe'e quickest and most correct: beau guesser I !I IMMElisE 'cVbCERlES i ii j jj arrtTM |Iq (V..................... 7.1ft A. r.Fre.5bI' .
be kept here until the result of th"" application ( dfebhtd will) get a drcuning! gown, t the material STOCK OP I ". ..............._IIN: : P, M,
the court for a new alone Put local" down I ....... ... I ... ...._.. II.V) A. r. r
to supreme Travelers and others should bo on the) costing fli. :
It .
i j iiutdu wit think *. ilVlltrr tiiem eliiruannimiict I ......._.._.IL' i A. r. '
trial is heard from. look out for the swindling who alt for a chamju.
working the railroad trains gang in i ....................., ) that... . ........ 1! 1fr'
pretending J. H. Kelly, the |foal| agent fur I Ho -
The Ocala Building and Loan Asso-! ther want change or must have ker'H Fertilizer in connedioa with theAmerican 1: WK WILL UKUVKH.ALL UUt-'aHJIo j!

clan at its regular: monthly meeting large I bjfU for change. In fact, to all we AyricuUurut! will rlte a $1,000 !}!i Ihiutfbl!: torso: ti*, V> an) !"" "{ "' C"T. wltbIMKIMI'T.NKtd i it
/) SO .. .
1 of t/ at cent.
Tuesday, dlsjiohed') 1 jr saylbe Tres )have do with ofanknownirrrspon
) you to a set: prize for the bt-.t acre of j>otatoes raised
premium. The affairs of the Ahaocia- ibleant litedstrangera } AM* IIISI'ATC'II t LEADNEVER
ullaCr with the Mot" khridge Manure. t :
tion are in excellent ihape and its Mock the better fur the present.Yes. .. ...
is largely fought after as an investment.The .'1 Its l' CUT Oi"r1u: ,K1:.1sN" :::...Oor Grocery ,..Department t.: WE .. ...... "
Weihe does .his! own jewelry and i I.. ................M....... ... .. ; '"' 0

DANNEK!\ odice enjoyed a pleasant' watch repairing.!!: _____ dfebhtd :: l* Chary Hf J. M. J.t 11:*. sort, tutVote / ; I II ()ii'OIN i I j

'r business visit from Captain, James ( ..ona Cut Utile Ticket Ollite. j ". Aril "I'A'BJCTY ......"......H"...._ ..-...--...
and hW 1 Brother Albert of Silver sj.ripgn. Magnolia Sur..ry.Tht' Railroad tickets bought and sold and "Tn'i"isjiiit'Li.KAi'K""AAi! : I II I

I ThetlC&ptAln: \ runs daily excursion toGrahamville finest and best variety of orange exchanged. MJ", guide ami ldlt'flulll'4. I : :: .,...'I Iss skwi.t bruwwe : ,.. : i

with his titvatu yacht on trees for the leant money, to be had of free information i ... IN COMILKTENKMl AND.....
that wonderfully interesting stream, and! J. W.AF.. 1).11'AtTk" Jolla K.: HAA given, Agent. I I 1A-HoeholdWord: ;; ,J!Ii!

we thI.A..n. rtraugere. in our midst will 8febtd. _.___ _IMIeiew_I FU. Office in \\'.ilJ"'" jewelry st->re, ""l'It' i I/

take in the ride.Theentertatnment. lt'IIf\rll. It. \minwt: \ A 0,., the Ocala of square, O-ala, k ha *M :lIitJt'I.I. 1. ; ; \Variety of StoiEHoodl&EKash.E

,given by the Young Water Work 'ouipany'sitv pluuibers, : I I Ii ,
I People'' Society of Christian Endeavor, are putting water rloneta in the anti- UellJhtful izcurslunsally.Silver I BENJAMIN: : : [& .X 'j

of tie Methodist church, at 5iu>vrdt o'n. rooms. of the court hot1- ,. This in certainly I !;prln gs and Ocklawkha River

Hall last evening was a very pleasant a much netxle l necex+ttyWantedIntraediatel. steamer "Eurea"CaptainCoons'; leave i i ::

aflair. The young people deserve .great ---- ----- for Grahamville after the arrivarof( the ...... ....... ........_ i
J credit in their etfort to promote the morning train from Ocala and returningin : : :I : :

moral .intellectual/ and social side of A cook and chamber at the LaJie- time for passengers to connect with t---t I.1-- '- .4

their natures, and the rest of the com' .weUotel. at lrke Weir, Apply at room evening train for Ocala! ; 20 znlle. .fare _i I _.. ; __ 1.1futcS' 014 etaad. PubUc d'.uArslout.., rIa.

manity who will give them a hearing. 11, Magnolia HottL 8e.1t from Ocala and return, U.60. tlsfebttn! 1 a1.v

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\ 7727? OCALA DAILY 1l.I'NIiII. Tlmci.t'nlon I county prior to thel'll'Ctionln which one -IF "1'\{' WANT GOODS IN THE-

=- --- -- lllograplilcal SktMclienof", OurStnto other prominent Heptiblinn: :..-. his life

F. K, HARRIS F."it-- I Senator and County Itepic I the intimidation practiced nixjn llenul-! DrugLine-
-------- .- -- MMltlltltCN.Draw. !than ,....1"11at the polls, and the pleating' IlfieiIl3neI's'SDecial I -
of the ballot box at riiiiiitnerville, which
--. JOHN FIMKKIIN'-Drain, Marion lox they have been informed !by the -0-
1' county, Twentieth h !Senatorial J District!\ lepnblican wipervlHor of elections: con- I
'.. Democrat banker, liaptiRt! | married l, age: ained b'J7 ballots of which at least 572were 'THE PLACE TO FIND THEM
44 :Mr }Dunn wasl\bard in !Snmter\ county r cast for John M t. layton.. Vpon
:h. (C'., in 1814-went to Marion county, l earning of these' unlawful acts! together i -13 AT-
) Fla., with hula |parents in 1 1SV:!. U\\ hilt to with mAny others in diflerennt. parts/ of
the tack "f mliools/ in Florida at that his district! he (t'layton) felt it his duty SaleOJ" DR. DELOUEST, ,
W tune, he had no r>|>|H>rtunity of an early i to Instituteantitestfor! '! ht peat in Con-
education. I In 1W8I/. at t tlio I a.: of 1 Hi, he press, and for the ,purpose' of ascertaining -(WEST SIDR 1'llI'ARI--)
enlisted! in the Fourth. Florida Regiment, the 81'tllal,1.(\,tec. vsl tor him at the riuni-
I'onI..ll'rall'l'It'I..,.. At the. end of I helifMi nerville precinct, that .h-. might engraft OCAI.A I I I I I I KJ.OIIIDA
1LL; twelve month! he re-enliste"l in the. that fact, in his notice of contest. An Sin 31-88
Seventh Flonda! HC' IIIIf'lIt, where. h.<- honorable and,I resfsrosibtecitizen' | \ namedlexatider I :

-- served. a" u private during the war. He A' of the [riinninerville precinct, I II ------ i
OCALA FLA. -- wm twice ,skull as a prisoner l h v tlie) obtained! the names ol' over forty-five II I I
FKMIVAKYTlmcRUnlon. x, l.'l.'l. FL..lerlllH-111C first." time at the battle\ of'erryMlle such voters. Alexander was frightened
----- --- --- Ky., hunt wa8oon exchanged into discontinuing! his'! work, and accordngly S. R. BIRDSEY&CO.

l lie. Hi-coiiil tune, on the. )iMh of )Deietn-) John M. ('Ia.tonfmt to I'lum- DRESS GOODS !!, ,
JacknonTlllc'n Day. ISM.nttliehdttluat> NashvihleT'enfl", nerville, unarmed and unescorted,
It was prareful compliment, that of and l rcniaiiittii in prison' at Camp' ) I Douglas > ecogni/ini the futility of precautions I I ---0- j
4 ,. tho Orali( !:oml-Tropiral, I Kx posit' inn in I Chicago, until June 20, 1!MOZI' ), after t hoe against:: the stealthy assassin and is l 'lievh Wholesale & Retail
;, naming February\ 14, Jacksonville's' urrender of the ( 'oiiTedeiate forces. liewent h ng that his opponent (Hretkenndue),
Day," and the manner in which our to his oil,l buine, in :Marion county, who was: aware of the condition of affairs DEALtff ISH
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Board of Trade accepted: thou invitation 'la., where he ena>;ed in planting' till in this county, would be willing
was no Jens to.'h", men J ike Georges Ism111'11( !> he was app| | itm-d a civil ind able to restrain his partisans.
\Wilson, Colonel John .F. ihiiin, (ten- na rate bv the (iovernorof Florida, While passing through Little Ko<.k on LadiesFine Broadcloth: H rll\\'al'c i & Groceries I
eral Robert Bullock, F. E.: llarrn, J. O. which IMJKUIOII' he. renamed: in 1S71J.I ) : He his. way there, lie said.. u> lion. Henry M. di l \\ ( c ( l
? t' Clarke but we "move to adopt" the hen, went to <)nla and commenced the "'ltOII} >r, in re/sj' onse to a suggestion of
+ Ocala city and and Marion county directory study ol law in the olli,,. lif ('olnnvl :s.\ M.liaiv 1. i lander\ : "I do not believe that I will he 50 and 51 inches wide
t without amendment, and nav when G. -na.i admitted, to the; in partied, but the men who voted for me ,* -u-
the l'rovlm'f'ofOcaly undertakes any November, I 1872:!, and<<1 beiran\ the iifaitire believe t hat I was elected and, so do I, OCALA, I I I FLOHIDA3m
; great enterprise, there is nothing !left of law In the. summer of l 1S73: he attended un.11 will go there, even at the risk of 80c. 90c. and l. I. 3188
undone that wisdom, and good fellowshipcan a course\ of C'fIlI1I11I'r'ial studies at ny life," and HO he went. After having $1.Worth .
e\lI/ I'foI1. ;:iMiiian College! I'onjihkeepsie,, X. Y., been engaged!; for several days in takingeftimony -- -- --

e The committee of 'live to whom the and graduated there in October the about !9 o'c:\lock p. n)., January from SI.7.1 to S2.25
S' arrangements are left, Is a token of t IwwholehctJrh'.hu'M" HllIn }'l'ar. In December. 1872: Lab* !J, whilo in his room at his boarding -ATIn.
with which the invitation ppninteil l'Jllc'dor of Uevenue for :Marina I house, in the act of sitting down at a -

I WM received; ; not cold, formal cotintv', which position he held until able near a window to write to his i
acceptance, but genuine... embracement :larch, I 1S70, aril resigned and enteieil notherlesschildren, he was "shot through
i of the situation on Jacksonville's part, (nto a \partnership with loin. old! preeptor the window, by "!'assassins concealed a
f! with both arts and<<1 a dutermtnation! to the' late Col\, S. :M. 0;J. ( i.irv, and few feet from him, and instantly killed olJJIJ0014
"pet there" in her I IK'S! estate and take: ontmued the pia' < tue of law n* the lirm The Claytons say they were unable to
her wives and little! one. along to make Gary' >V Dunn, doing! large and humive remove his: body until 3:30: p. m. till FisneI's
!i it look unanimous: rvcry; resident of praHice until .\II II"O I, IS.H. \rhen he I next day, ut'> to which tune the sherilFof COLORED HENRIETTA
the city tihoul '! feel that he has especial'' quit the law audorganiztoltht) I first bank I the onntv had not appeared' being, in .
interest ill the hottpitnlifew... extended ill Marion county, ( 'If (Ocala), and I the language of his d,'ynty, engaged in
; and devote one dav to Jacksonville has Mince been its president<< until Decem- : inure important business of collecting 1O Inches: wide<< ,
and O.aa! As Mr. Wilson savs the IIl'r> 1SS7, when he organized the oIordlattts' axes, nor had any citizen of (the town
re-union will do more to beget a spirit,; of National Hank of Ocala. The naie l the slightest' effort to t trace or Jt'al1: I<.. found one of the T::i1 1l
fraternity between South Horidaand the'k; of teaks/ ; transfcrin their business apprehend his i murdeieis.'These 55c.
commercial metropolis I than anything i to the hime, he accepted, the |>i wsidencv! farts: ," they. spy, "wo are ready
ever yet projmsed." (social intercourse" of the Merchants' National, which pOHf- I to substantiate in every essential pnrtlc-
an intermingling! of the genial curients ion he holds at I'r"I'\'II1. Hu IM at "urea ular, every ont which webelievn to J beat nest assorted isclecled and
which make the whole world, kin-is the 1'111 President of the 'ity C Council, I'rplii i materuil link in the chain of circumstances Worth SI.OO. ,
purest precursor of sound I business relations dent! of the H'Jltrtllf Trade, and of the I, surrounding! and leading, to the
t mutually pleasant! and profitable.. Unit,ling amid I/ian AwHoriation. He has nhumaii murder of our brother John JI 1.
Let everybody! go) and I IIIltkq hobo neigh been an Aldeiinunof Ocala fIr neveraleriim Clayton." )most (desirable priced
bor iro with him.Ijfibonchero. wa. )Mavorof thin. city t in ISiS, and
A toldarious, other position of i imporance -
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on I'anperlsflt"' in his county' .N'liator Dunn has Special Inducements in
only ono child-a )sty seven yearn' old."he ) ii. P. IA G LIB I'ON, Stock of ) '
Mr. (iladstone<< Maul at the HawardenFlower Dry Goods -
"Senator leas always In-eu Denui-
r show : I don't no much belieoIn a ........letter In........
t over-jmpulation." Well, no more doI Our and
It is the greatest fudge out. One has HASLIS, At.o\zo 1*.-Anthony, :Marion SEAL ESTATE.. Clothing
never heard, the ovcr-|opiilatioii" cry 1'f)11I1t\III'lIIlIcr\t. farmer 1'iiinitive Hart in the City.
except in countries )having ndiculous (llardshfll), married, age 4:-,. Mr.( -I-I II

laws and! where I the industrial Ingenuity HI'p'kllia:4: Itorn ill Houston county, (till., ......:. :
Improved and Unimproved........
t of man has laIn alKiininablv! :and absnrdly \ and waatdututed nll''rr ill that county; I Shoe Department
ft'tterc' -|lspnl atio i" i is having been a ochoolmate of t htI I II let LANDS. GROVES, ETC.
4' merely aunt hcr name for tinderproilurtiori. 'ilwm Martin! I'.lilorof the WmeUnion.
." The vvell-worn theory about I lit' entered tho Confederate H-rvice inhiil i -1- d31dee1inaieiiith
man inrrrasmg: only in an arithmetical :at the. age of 17 in tho First Georgia
:te, iment, and served through the hole/, WKIll: 1'AUK, FI.OUIDA. [
ratio i* neat but it in not, true. As a matter -
of fact, man-I don't mean the natural four years of the war* He move man, whom no one living now has ( to North Alabania: in 1S73: Mid c. lI1llIilla1lir & 1'0
ever Keen, but man 18It know him in lion eniitHated to Florida in the win- .
tar ol' 75-7(5!' ;, land in : (
tiding Marionounty
+ these civilized and\ for the most t paint
cold ('OUlltrll'li-lIIan who must have ,' ; he has lint,. made' that place hilt !LS JJ:! a> JJJI
GEOJtol: :McKAY,
cooked food, clothes\ a house of some tome and intends to live there |I'rmnnt- Ural
to live\ and wife Iy. He wa'4" pioneer in the raising" ]
port in only one -is out ARCHITECT AND BUILDKR ----- -----
t and out the most sterile of nil creatures, I; vegetables! ill 't hat section and devotes ,
L, whether animal or vegetable, He can, if'' hiM whole time to that industry<< , DESIOXd AND E8TIMAT1MFuruUh : JAS. T. LANCASTER, A Complete Stock of
lie be let alone, make food I infinitely \\ ing.. He was member of the
tarter than he can propagate' his kinu. I.t't.i:islature of I 1SS7 and ban always been When be fails to !have his children'' better a I" 'UlII'rul. -- '
; thau be when he Hurt SIMHOV LEADING REAL KSTATK DEALER Gents'
off was begun" life 1I.\IUJEIt--.Blitdltnn, Furnishing
>C : : : Orange -u
himself, it is either because IIIH hands i, Minion t uut>', J"I\1".tIIl t', ]physician, -1-
have been t led, or because he has been ftrtntrand ineichant. : Baptist, marital, (ICALA, FLOIU s1i31 ,
robbed of his earning. age lit.; Dr lllilch was born ill the pinewoods Sa" OCALA. : : : : : : FLORIDA
Take the ordinary tvpical case of the ; 411 the western !put of :Marionouuty. Goods.
English: artisan or Irish, Iw'a| .' xnt who has I He rl"'l'I\.loII\\)' a few month, dtf.J.:j
".even children. Asa matter of fact, rairini in the common sehootsof the.utility -- ------
.1 t believe be has nomething i \under. \(1, (' \ and "mihse' meiitly attended. three
:, but I prefer to IMA generous a\1llllIuw He".ioimof) the Loumville Medical ('ollf''O SNOWDKN A. McFAIU-ANC, KKADY 31ADE
him i seven. Well, he !leaven t them pauIN.TB Tom which he trraduatetl with the tirwt' -DULIM INAI4L WEIHEIN
and the closest philosopher, in the hoot.: trio of his class in the spring i : of Ih7t
evening flewspah|*>r, I nays that they never In the fall of that vcar hebf!:"n practice, KINDS OF FUUNITURE.0 ,. CLOTHINGTailoring
"., ought to have been loon Hut tilt trail iiid has continued ill it evernince. He IN THKIT --
fact U, that they were well entitled to (U has always taken active interext in agri -
born, but have no business to l has )panfKre. ,'ultul'I\ll'UrHl1it.' ., and is now cultivatini; TIIIV INVITE iNxrccrios op THKIH CoMPLETE -
( for their artisan or |K'asani father three fi\rmKUIlt at Mtitditon and two 9TOCK AND Low Picas 1 '
m the course' of his life made food at 1 Fantville. In tile till of 1"S.h6 was Ira ZlfAWHOLESALE i Clock J\vry I\ c! J Department Unexcelled -
r enough to fl'Olnot merely seven children married to Mis I.wi"" of! lUiU'htou ; they Ull'll, In Fits and Prices.
hut seventy times seven. Unfortunately have one child, luzie, about! 3 montlnld dee31>lm .
,the honest man has been robbed. ) Dr.ltlitehIsanemherofthou Hoard
I. The two (piles\ uixm whiih the vrholt of :Medical Examiners for the district ol Palace 'DI'Il' Store LINE!
rotten edifice of hn lal\ll'K (>aupensm kcaU. He has always U'm a Democrat.Tiun lY I I. J. BROKAW,
rest are landlordism and 1 ignorance. l .
Landlordism del| pulate the country t'ulou. -0Relalrlnl i II -

and Hoods I oho town, and< with i IQuoratnebrintroduwuiwartiootur'wages i TIlE MARION COUNTY
: a Spccia1tLocA ) .: NURSEKYMAN. .
to Btarvationrates. Whl'lIe have A Card rublUheil '
Charging the A* .
corrected ourselves of 1at'Hl'0/ evils, R
liiAtlon --()-
tit !
Ma rolltlcal Hitter
we shall tind that we have plenty of news.I.ITTIK -1-
rood for a very much larger population l -( lm os WBJT SIDK: 0'-; SQU\RK
than England at present PJS.SO.HSVS.Our Rex K. .\RK., Feb. f-i'nl'r"l i -_\su-; Sm31 OFFER TO TUB PUBLIC FINE::LINB
only care thf'n11I be to see that Powell Clayton and Judge Clayton, OF Nun.ER\-
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we do not Buffer' from oppiession stool i ignorancw brothera of John :M. Clavtiwi.<< who wad Retail I Drugs 1 -GRAPEVINES I
of foreign growth, and that actsas.sinat on the night of January: A 8PCIALITV. .
neither czar nor kaiser takes upon himself have furiiUhetl, over their own Ki' na- W. W. CONDON'SNew -1- 1 11
the function which our "old nobil tureM, a lotog Htatement in order. that the -0- t.
ity" (chielly grandsons of brewers or public may fully understand the circuiubUncea \ Jc\vclry\ Store ,!jant5mODRD4.' AnthonjJFla.
attorneys) now exercise, and floo l our leading; up to and culminating' in
etrecta with pauper ready to work from tlte assassination of John :M Clayton. Shinei replete with everything ..'

morning to night (or to next morning' They My that all agn't'that. this wa a oiLS, HTATioNTiitY,-'ronrnr his line. Call and examine
O even ou a push) for a mouldy crust and i jolitioal ASKasMination, and they therefore *IIIlI for yourself. LANDJTITLBSJ I

a piece of cat'a meat.pect fliiil it necessary. to refer to political con- -ASDPANOY' Strings for Musical Instruments a :
diliozsanticinutmstanccssnrreouding It. -:
r of "We do this in but ARTICLESIn Specialty. _
The ambitious and enterprising city no I partisan spirit
Clucks v _
of and >
4U Work no repair icht
y .. Ocala, }o'loriJao''l''nN' its lQt1'rol'll'1lESI only that justice may be done to the lTuarantec4." BEACONADAMS 'JIABSTR.OTllco
y itlon last 1'ut'fklI&Y, with every proa- meu.ory of our brother, and that a Complete Stock I IPcmucCi04 iW Rholnauor's Old Stand. (:
of BUCCWW. There was a large at- knowledge., of the facts which led to hisaseasalnation 4dl..1ra p A "Y.'
-F tendance. The display of fruits, tlow! 'era may induce the people or ---0-
and TeeeUblea was extensive and excel this state to correct the evils from which ---... P. GARY M. D. -1-1l
: .t in department. The aunua this and other great 'rirut'li have sprung, baa te: none hit ttta f aeot bran Ii nf dash Tllos .21IE/'L.jE 1 10
KM-1-1I1"t\e1'l for Wail" P"i"'r sot I ."r.J oWRIOIIT Seal UErTJJE F.iC1'1
" t, Ualonofthe American Pomolosical bo- and that, however had the circumsUncet -
dety will convene at Ocala on the 20th may be to at, his martyrdom way result "xFItAZlilt? LSD 'l'UIOIC. '-1-
last ta continue three days, and that in good to the people of this and othe (
Rooms, Agnew A.1&rJ' Block, OCALA. Omci
y ,
irtottonii from all State They then describe the disturbed f :
event wUl attract many i : U t I Tw otTT.n seats npe ri ne tn Horld OcU..tUot"! .
pate of the country.-Uaoon 'Tl C rQpII.bnrn condition prevailing In Conway 1Iam.1 Dlaeasea d &ASm wta &.IM7
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I- THE FLORID"" IHTERJlJlTIOJlJIL$ : m I'.. /!//r ,d

SAN! :> ; JxsswsssiSJsacaaczThis !

emi T ropical Exposition 1.

KxpoMtion.; i incorporated t under the laws of the :State ol Honda, opened 1 at- .

) CALA MR10N COUNT' l(MIDI JAM 1 1 8 '}.4


CLOSE MAY .FIRST 1889. .'\\F--

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This will bo an Exposition: of 1'omological, horticultural and Agricultural }products of Florida and her soils timbers' \\oods, mineralsind ll\e "Mock' aril l in addition f\l'tlcJf' j jnd '
\ product of interest from all States and countries. Entry i in open to theorld for the display' of its products. No charge for entries nor pace'. for the piodutta ornanufactures
of Florida. .
Tho United States Experimental Station for iinproxeinent and de\elouuent| lit! prodint> 1I1 l g"II1H1i'tll this section han been located eonti !noun to our ('xi>oslUon: giouuil
1t: 'We invite exhibits of a.l! d!.-scriptmu-, .. particularly' thoMpertaining' : to the arty nifchaniciami .ipMeulture. g uarant: ..t'ing uUi'.IJ'IIII'tllIl'tt'o'\'. t all exhiulton i


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''GEORGE ,Yo WILSOX, Pn''iiclt'nt. WM. FOX. Fil..-t Vice-riesident. Hit. 11. KNIflllT, Second Yi'o-Pn'"lllcJlt .I .
C. "'. GAMl'UELL, HU., (lic'nl'ml1anagc'r.:\ o. S. MAYO Treasurer. .J. O. CLAKKK, (..('..d\I'J'; .

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,mnc Fits-+ OCALA.National- BankOF Tile(ji i1 ICl1clmnts'a National o Ban k kOF { A i 1 II : I) \\.r, TA

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Paid Authorized Capital, I
Up Capital --
r CAPITAL STOCK 8 50,000.O) ) )() \ ; ; : !
$50,000. $150,000. SURPLUS, :tUr1/.0O(
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W J.NO.; F })CNX, ''rtt ILto4" 01'1'101:1(1'9: [ I : :
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I I rxA. F:? P. DIUMCKM:" "I'icfl'ret'itlti't.
It. II McOiN.NKti( Qullv

Bring noro t:t>Mtt! ) areJ to gwiritlMfactlonJio <.
SURPLUS$7,000.00 ardee. < ; all. iGmrral
HankingyjuriwH!:' trar a'lt'd. R.l'rJ.fH'rt'"Itll'/ ur"l,,#,t.: : :
One of the finest and U-nt ('llIiPI"'oI Iwnkinji: : houses in the state owned. by the.
1 facilities for iiiakrnt (Villwtiont! un all1\l'ct'K"hl. pints.We
bank. We have rH-ial
extend courtesy and favor: to our cuhtmiuTH (-i-onhwtent with Hale .
will every
in't and earful attention to all Business entrusted to usttaraeso --: HARIOF IHHECTOHS.-- t
oankine.and Hhallttive in> |
i entire satisfaction.BANK ACCOUNT; ndjall'business In our line, and iii'I
Importers! & Trailer; : National. Hank, New York, N.Y.; J. PKHINI-: { "; I'. D. McCOXSCLL. I, 1(f. TIIAYKU, S ; 1, ,, s
outhern Bank of Georgia, Savannah.
Correspondents iu all important cities: in the C8t. 4
S& Special
:coR1LSI'ONIRA'TS.c..i: =
dec9 : .v. ;;c'J'"T'
l J'arl Monk ot A>U> York.* "- ''iform' t fkotwwil limit of l! Hunk fviwinnah (Irorgin '**'-
Idntiarilfr Hanking: C'omjmny I/miniUt,ATy, '

j Main Strict. :Ocala l'Ia.I .... and Sunltary Iliiylm'tr,
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f '' IJICI _.. Ft. King Avenue,
F Hotel of..the.-CIty: ... ,'. "J't 1
! E..The Fifteen Years
I ..-........................................ ................... .....,............................................... Eperience In England. 0- v> .Opp, sit, M. E.

I I -......=...n.FIRST-CLASS.............. .............,...,...,..IN........ALL.....,.......RESPECTS.................................:=.-......... Car Work::: all Strictly! InorJsr first-class*. and .Guar-'VV-4 7 -'h, aiurch-

gectrfe belle in "," yroor,. I{" :' a., O>I"/I"rtvrW" room. /fir w.- anteed. Bath Tubs :WatPrClosetsBaslns! : ...... T -
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:. The lliiftli to riorldn. OCD

During the palll ft.'w't't.'kIt the trade
,' toward an.i to Florida irH'rt.'alell'ery
; wonderfully, and laQl week Ihe movement w
,. amounted to almost a rnli. The
Louioville !Southern) and tllt'! I/itiinvilk-oi _
h\ille rO&1114 l had their hands full, arid ( )
inquiries py to prove" that this wH.kill _
j be even better. Mont of the travel weras cTD.
to bo to tiointn along the nonthenHierncoant '
and to many places where the '
general pam-enger' agents fuaied tlieio t-
,, would bo the least lra\"(J. Tho very
)point where the >ellow fever ware _
caused the) greatest roinmotion twin to o -.-
have entirely recovered form their f-ft-

balk, and ate now having, much; of a ._._
Loon The Cincinnati i :Southern: i is do t
-- inn a 1 bijj btisineHS out of Cincinnati, in I
the Haifie direction and the Immncm: of ----...
the I joumvillo it 1"II'ille'u: mioh .c
promise that it IMTJUIUnerensary' to iip|
( point l'A""lIjlt't' npuntH' to are for that:
territory al" m'. All I tilt roiuN, aro adverti .
.iri tubs !State to its,! \Ix-nt advautatre, O L.
and the i indicatioim I ate that before the
winter in over the travel I there ami to
|x>int.i around will ls! much in 'XC't-HIi or
c the 1 fipiren for the winters" of '87 aol '88.) G = _

Let \\"l'illl') IIllOW011'- t the new- WaterilfehHt.l r i =,
bury. >
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Hnrt'H Ockluwnhu Illver HteamerH.Steamer .

'i- ()Okeehmnnkce, ('I\I't. N. .\. r:
":d\fatcl".ItU't.'sl'a1alkl\ f<0SilverSprinJlomlayB \ ::( .':!
': Weihu'wlavH and Fridays at r I C'-,
9:30: .1. m., on arrival of train from St.Aujfiistlne VZ
:t i ) ; returning 1 lea\cHSliver) :Spring:. H
% at 1) a. m., after arrival of train from _
Ocala: etc., TIII'Io.1a'l'I.' Thursday. and
SaturdayH. w8feh2nt:! r-<
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Silver Hl'rlJlJ.ttot I'nrk Hull. r_)
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I. A ball will\ !It" held in t the Opera, I lloiine ,
t on tilt 13th ill, t. Kyervone is 11I'ltt."I.I' ,
The moon will lie bright ami no excuse: : o
for outside re'idents to remain away.

I' The Ked ( "ery, Ml\lllloJia'lIln.t't, is 1
the place to buy your KroecrieH.H. _
i ZAUIAHIAK, Proprietor.$ L...........,j
:i (131 I dec 1m .

11. K YOMiK( & C )., Tlie Ocala I'lum-
}, Call and exmuinit Iheir tine Mcn-k O e
1 find pet good work at rensonable )pric' 'HdSldwlm .

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i' Twenty-oiut-meal ticket for t7, at tho I -
Chicago. IMJtf; /
t BlX'lloom HOIINC and Lot fur Hale. o

I.tit half of lot 31, Cal wellV addition p
to Ocala ; one acre well set in fruit tre .nand .
7 nice IIOUHP" of nix rocjiun ; tine water,
Two lots KouihwoNt corner of lot :3:! ; L'
i variety of line nursery t lrec foi sale" on
: lot 33. Apply, to H\ Helm.I [:IMjlL't:! ] enhp :-

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1 / Vie tVrrurf ( .i4rI, fV Jl4d 'jul Itn-uit(1I1'Wrila, !
Murttm, ( tltuntu. In Chiinrrry.V A TOWN .L T..I. [ "A..TO.V. LOTi.

\\. J. El'l'KlteUN I >.... K. J. ,KUVEK.BYVIKTUKOt : ,
POK LO 0 K Jl'O R !
.. 1 ,'aIIMJ. .11IL..1 l January loth) $25.00. 1 $25.00.
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HIM ourt-I.oitse door til the .
?' lo1'1J.l tow!u of wlll..lltll.' Orals, on .......................................... ............... ..................... ..................-..................I.. )
Motitlnjr Slarclk LI Ii. .\. 1>. IHHI' ), -- -- _

t to-wlt ... .. .. .. ....
ftinoivlnu ,1t'loC'rlbt"I m"II''IIl'rry. :
the '1t' | '
One dark bay mare ,out ten >" i-itr oM, tminc.1 ::P1' Tf r.. () : ;: ;: C)1MN i I FOR( ) '1;f fjfL'y"F{ DAYS ( (ONLYUTFTlif : X

"blhIe"n mitl "K DUO H>,"nnrn-1 tine 4erk were tuirrel alnnit inca itt,1 about\fttt nine old :::.........:..........S...............aiKli ..' ..IS.... .............I. ...... ...... .......... .........:......................! ................................................ .........._... _
yi-an ultl. naiiivl "1'<|N' ." unc norrrl mare colt;
., .1 one Rorrul hort null. olio liroMii ninrv I llt'lL.lnl (.IIM.It( celtic, Kndl' i>rii-rty| lifliigcrf -
:U, lvsmuiri"s" K. T \MLMAMVMicriff ( first' in tho field Now Sl'mi.Tropicallhlitioll to tho City of Ocala I Anderson's new addition
, c. -3.s9 Marion I ; founijr; bin.January adjoins tho Seiiii-Trojiical Exposition 1'ouud8. Three\ hundred lots now ottered. at 8'JS:? each, fo; thirty days -- -- -

: s.xi.r.. I only. Tlio elevated ami overlooks tho city. South !street is now being graded to the property.Tho -THE- ---.-._.
}proposed "dummy line," when completed, will add 100 per cent. to tho value of every lot. Lots can be
HY VlKTl'K: CI n' AN KXKftl-
.. UNI'Kll': t""ASH iu''\ out of tint Circuit Court In HII<| paid for on the installment plan, desired. Xo commi.">:sions, no agents ; buy direct from owner. The editor
fix Marlon (touiity. I In II it-rUiu eeui, ulnrt'lnMAUMN. will select lots for non-residents. "Get in tho tloor." Plat be DcaIa News
7. I I.AM\K: I A CO): KIV: plHiutllU, amitiKO ;:: of the BANNER : on ground can seen: at office of Depot II I
-. 4. 1\\. TY1.KK *int 'i.Kl>. l II TM' I KU, <.oaii.i- II. L. Anderson, or address\ II. Anderson, Lock Box 125, Ocala, Fla.
tug the firm of UM). H TYLtK A to, artit i-
femtaiiU I will "M'lIl1t p\it>IU> 011(1( 'ry durlntj: the I t.
legal hour, to the hUlirht ln>1>lfr forca-iti.. on -0LARGEST--
.Monday. March .lili. INNII, ------ ,

: the tame IH-IIIIC l II Kal ale thy! In front IIf theOourthonm '
I ,loor, in tK'Hta, :II "count)", Kla, Fair Trade THE OCALA HOUSE. STOCK
I t.-.. the follow 1"K real |I.roitrty .t.- IIl : \ 'I
line uiiill Mtfti lhrmiarier u>U r\nt InV.. Seotlou
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f..: & .l. ioushl t.. raiiK ll.futAlMoiie DEFIES
L f uiiJnUUM tturvHiuarivr 'lnt,>r >ki, In anundlTUloJ --I -ANDLowest ---.. .

': L:A. \ t Kftiou iie-4)iiartfr M.: lice ii'IiIi Inti-n-Kl> 1A In raiiKW N:; RfS,I1.' flu.1 FOUL WEATHER !
1.eviiI upon h.'ithiiI l) r.chit e f<'iilt''ii ainlrootii.Kebruaty ]
i 1, l""hi K:. T.. WILLIAMS.Hht I Prices !
..ia MarUm The Hotel of the
"V 2.1-11I// CountyHiir.iiirrs
Leading City
Wetton'lhaTe U> Mutch the wvathcr 1a1. Of any Sioreru,
------ Southern
\% e tlon't havi> to iclect our :iecte in (i.e light or mm I II.
: "' _\l.I:. dirk of the woonSnow
: ISRA-o--; :; ;
of the JuKttrv'. i'onrl ol < tIgttIII It (nit>. Floods 1.1'1.1'3m
e, JucitL'e oftUe IVavr lor Marion toothy Klori.UIn I .
W.c.. the mil of r. 11. LvrLtacmtn4 t H. M.HKAKKant 11-88
,% v }J. K.JO-1i.; hart kvteliiiu. an l ...m.ou Don't Don't IK APPOINTMENTS TO ANY IN THE STATE!

,4t: Thurnilay. I-VI>ruar)' 71 Ii.

-';. In front of Court lon.e ( .4i,, within Ifval hour of (ale. ", ,1I"\ luxhi'M I I'IM. r. Scare FrightenUs. E. B.
.) ( rraati.1IIU tI lIlock jlo.; 41 I. in the inc D ..itMla RICHARDSON
,. "erI *., to *..ll">fy juJjin*!! un.U-r laborer ,
T. ILLUM-. Inside and Out !
T .... t itelW. K. Us. Repainted -THE--
4 ,, J Sheriff Jlanott t oum>, Klori.U .
Lr\ld1 2, I PII'U. t t I Finest
: i Rain HailDon't -AMREFITTEDRTUOROUGHLY )-.. Livery In the City
tV s1t11tIPI..s.t1iL___! -0- ,

: ii. By1 ('in'un <'<>urt.inaiut lor. Marlon iouuljrFlort'la Don'tRattle : 141.It; IHXG SALES ?
hI < of trbmary. A. '$I't. STABLE
on 'the lajr nJ'"
; SMllU in plaintiff.: C. L --....
4 I wherein 1) A. .
,.:, hOOVER auJtVA A HiMiVI-K are ..lofen.JanU Hurt .L4P.....=:...:... I I- A: Izn
will wll s..ea
I bar l levtc4 upoii au.l at JlUblil'
outcry to the hmU .t "I V, (XHirt-bouM .1001 al Orala, Marlon tt>uutr.. Florida -
D C. PZRIs.p_
.' )fOflhIy. Iarch .lIh. .\. I>. !Hm ,
'be flrt Monday, the (fuUo lUll dei-rU DENTISTS.
t lnf .
4 : W'VHl1Y NNOOTr ?
reel I _AWl. tu-wil -- I.v -- 1= = --
forty yoda Well of S E.
-,,. enictet(.DW : $, tl tr' .Hon t to B IU 1 1. m>m lWaa! out (oodi are worth whet we afc for the T InJurtllUl
I' ? tbeao. lo UIM them. Bcaui w e are always low vrtc\l and S cS ) arpohltmellta
h& MM
sou&t (
:22.F..... r'rh K. K.S ibencw; In nortbwr.ierI J"'lI., are ea tti for .ur bar\:alua. Notbiiui Moi h"l'ux.I.\r: Y'Tt..>' : 5L. M. T1IAYER, Misciv. 2S2S "cSltoilTOrm tS2J5Si of "ortS '
of '
north lie crowd Uai thi4ti w KIt Cif'OleaJonall7. ,
rdlU with said aorta line of railmad to n. J'Ub1Jto P""tlarect
:4. $ W. ,4; &ben .r& to J.I&t, of Ocln' a.CAUcaFLORIDA..: 10 ecu I\\ and In'p&i theIr otllcea'"PH1run, tDnte4
\ ljn.ot i 111
E. T. t" tnhUlII' room I
eonta1WDI .h' cat' WILUUUi1J. ROWELL. &Uona1 Ba1&k and 2
., J in.!:. $Icr1ff Mutua (:utun)'. ImnY r1&. deczs Butj OeaIa
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