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:
March 23, 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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t I / HOME NEWS I i iBITTIXGER. ii A Marriage In High 1 lrt'. I AT THI ciiuiiciics.Where I Arrival nt Our Hotel CITY & COUNTYDIRECTORY.

The affable Samuel W.
: and genial clerk of our ;MONTKCCMA. March 22.- .

cUJ Editor:: city council Mr Sumter Bullock, chose we Worship Tomorrow. 'iVak'Uf, I I.ady Lake ; J. M. Archibald, -

i face as a neat, expeditious and able B\iTisT CmRC'n--C. II. Nash, l'l\ tor. Montreal, Canada ; U. B. Bullock, Ocala ; CITYI"'ICERS.,

;; Bders* and get a box of 5-cent welder of the links matrimonial, having Sunday School l ::30 ; sermon by the pas! C. K. Ball, Citra, Fla.; James Crlbbett, Mayor-Dr. Thot. P. Gary
r; spread abroad in the land, was' called toi at 10:45.: Subject : Man's Mrs. L. S. How, Cotton, Plant ; James rlerkA.. Bullock.Mftnhl .
... upon the other morning by i 1 son and went.s.. the Divine judgement.' 1 In McKlhben, Oxford, \Ia.; C. M I. Gardner, -(', K..Itatl Un.t. .
l.ollt'l'WrI' oti.AMmmtr
; )'oueall.on "Y" the j jeweler daughter of Ethiopia, whose names area the evening prayer meeting at 7. sermon Tallahaanee ; T. llringham. Bishop, Silver -1). K. Mclfcr.TrcMurer .
: le- deeb. hi guarantee of their social position in the 7:30. "The cure for bli Utlllt'R.' Spring, S. Proakev, Siver Springs. -K. R. hm>wilen.
: Subject :
circle in which they move, and in that Fla.. Judtze Will. Fla. Mark H. Bacon, lTMMeiit of tuurU-Jl1o.: .'. !Dunn
rive wel- ) ;
Gainesville a royal MBMIOPIST Cm'RC'u-J. B- IA'Y rlfltor.Nvl'l Honnlof Aldermen-J. K. 1m .n, K.< W. Agnew' ,
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excruciating manner only known to Jacksonville W. Brown Vineyard : ; : ..
Siesdaj\ ; Ueoiyo J. T. Lancaster John A. KoweU U K.x.1, K.O, .
l and 7:15: Morning
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-- fsvoredchildren of an equatorial clime Fla.; Mr l.ukt'lU.llitlho ", Silver Hnilih, II. \V. rhmuller. I. Hrown nut \V.O. MM ;
t to hear of the serious ill requested the kind otlices of the {presiding subject : Immortality of the soul, Spring ; E. C. F. Stanley, Fla.; M. C. l D-v ahall.sanitary.

Ice Harter. genius! and high priest. of chirography proven by philosophic" reasoning and' declared Witt Mrs F.11 Hewitt Brooklyn. X, 1'. Ioqector-11'. T. Klnu. ,

in the city council, to "jine '('m." byJScripture.: Evening : 'Chris" OCALA Hot>K, Mar. 21 -F. I.. Hull, U.Maroton COUNTY OFFICERS. .
Fowler. C.A.of 1'alatkacame The necessary' apers i being produced, tian courage a demand of the times. A and wife, Boston, Vase; II. (\nlnl) Jiulir'--Uiclian' Mlo\\II"lh ,i
1 ; ay on legal business. and several} act witnesses I cordial invitation to strangers Seats children Boston County Clerk--l>. A. Miller.
persons present; to as I Wood bury, wife and two '
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free. Ull hel'8.-X. B. Services begin <
, ''1' the deed was quickly and Mas.; W. Hauler, Louisville, Ky.; Awwwor-J. 0. Mathews. .
Jordero returned from his!!I St. well promptly at time announced.Ertstllt'AL l'olll".tor-li.l T w nm"nn, l'Ura. .\
r I done, and Uomulus! James, F. P. Creix-h, New York, Henry llrien, "
i trip-4 yesterday noon. whose christened name extends 1 CIIl'Rl'II-C. B. WILMKK, New York ; J. Italic AlachtM ; Mr. and 8u Tn."n.r---I'l.> r1iiteiuloiit It. of('}h'eL Public liutrurtlou-M. 1. fe l

''S 1 i 'jle 'ill. of hack to the time when his! illustrious I Ht'<'tor. Subject in the morning : "Why Mrs.T. Hafan, Brooklyn X. Y.; H. N. Payne(\ KlemlniiUxi. :,
:,,11 attorney, this week.Curry, name' akt' erected the first stone wall tarriest thou ?" Acts XXII, :?6. Subject h'l.IlIl'I'lIlal kit ; C. S. Hat OH, Carrie iWnty:: ;; t nramlw loncn -h. w. I.hng, ? P.Trantham P;'',

r attending'- court around the "eternal city,'* and Sarah In the evening : Watch aim pray lest S. IVflHel'berry. J. 11. Seyliert un.d wife, I:. %1. II. Kou, Jo'. 5. I'ctrln.r.Ml- \"

i l_.1n87tt'pri Ct'ly-merchant Livingston, the adopted daughter of the ye enter into temptation," Matthew A. Wright and wife, Philadelphia : Clarence llamttiu.The Cuunt1lOmllll..wue.: wocl the fiat\ Monlay ,

: Won, was In tea city yesterday. immortal traveler and explorer of the XXVI, 41. Andrew, X. Y.; S. Hoot and wife, In )' month
School \\artuisnn,
wilds of Africa were made man and -- Waterberry Conn. W. H. Brady, Detroit mwnt-K.: K. Harris. II. T. )
; M. H. Mowr, A. R. Jrimn.. I'. i.. l>urt .K'.
t sh andTilomosassA oysters wife, by the ominous words, "for betteror WHO IS TO IU\1\II-'l ; Henry Marcotto Fli.: J. A. llarria, 5t'boat heard iu .ti4; lint ilondny In every montb. .'

+ [Courtney' yarket. 5mchtd for worse you do each other tak." -- ---- II. B. Steven*, Citra ; J. 1'. Bishop&! N". Y.; COUNTY HOARD OF HEALTH. ,. ;

I The dusky pair with stately tread, Our Mall Delivery U KiecrnMe. Win." l..i. Fisher, Philadelphia, IVnn.; C. I
.cal editor of/the BANKER, will from without the council chamber and I'rtwUent-Dr. T. P. OAr) .
C. New York (I J. W.
BKLI.KVIEW FLA. :March Phillip, ; r
22. UUlmntm.McuiUnDr
he Mount Dora (Lake CJlmty) i : : NH-iwUry-i'aiit. : 11.
sped, and a married man who had witnessed wife, Philadelphia, Penn. D. A. :Smith AuUionyH McMn,
iqna, over Sunday. the spread ((matrimonially speaking Mr. C. L. llitiingcr, Ocala/ Fta. : ()t.ALA lion! 22.--U. K. Finch, M. s. Montr) an.l D. II. Irvin.

tful j'nuaic: i is furnished the ) that SuuitfT 'hail done the splicingso DEAR SIR-Your |postal at hand last Robert :McKellar Peek-kill, X. Y ; Roam BOARD OF TRADE.l'n."IellLJ. .

If the &&Ia House nightly neatly, that it reminded him of thed.a's night and noted. I do not rememberthat Jumniickcl, IVtltimoro, Mil.; Otto Schwab, V. |Dunn
by of old, and made him feel that he I have missed a copy of the DAILY Atlanta (!ia.; C. I). Muimon; Hudion, Vice l'n..l.lipnl-H.| A.V .lhem.
Golb S kett and Koi. .
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".rs would like the derk. and tie him over BANNER in two wet'kill. It does not come Mays; II, A. Wii-e and wife, Charleston, HecriUiym.lkMtnitUttoveriior. P. Man Jr. C. ;.Itheln. .

i Wigg wit j t.;motion; at home the again, which was a very high compliment very regularly: They often tome two We...t Virginia ; .\. lli 'ino' Dunncllon. aucr, Jno. K. lninti, J. J.I\"tdving.ton, U. A.
[above on lord's DayyJbiaving"le to :Mr. Bullock dav's issue at one time. Fla.; Mr*. ({. .\. Boyntou, ISrooklyn, Miss \\rnlhvni.Vm.. Fox smut Momly.

F. S. noon train for that "deari The paper for the reading room and 1 1 Irene Boynton, Brooklyn, CharlfH (J. BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIA.

p. i on earth. llSpOhltloll" Sol'II. Mr. Tra>k's come the same way. Emory; George., T. Cvden) Brooklyn, N. TION.

-- The cedar jn-noil display) made by J.O. Enclosed" please find fifty cents to pay Y.; F. L. Dillv and wife, Tyler, rt'SIJ.; l'rl'I.Il'ut-c. U. \\llmer.
tin Robinson will attend to clean- Andrews, secretary of the Cedar Key subscription. for the DAILY BANNER }-:. Hedges and Wife Klizaheth N. J.; Vice i'rcrldent--1.l loii4t.) .,

eta, etc., for the citizens of Oc.ila, Board: of Trade, Levy county, is interesting for the Beading Room. X.\ P. Allen, Philadelphia' ; A. Hosworthnnd Not'ietary IkMtnlot allll Wrtvu-r Tr -n,'irpr.,'I. T.-Lanraiter.IxmU Fo Iaao8lA

anaist the Board of Health in representing a* it does, the complete Very truly your, ) wifr Kljjln.: Ill' MM.I J. C. Ilnnworth, hams, 1. llMNUi, M. I t .+hel, A. F- 1I1.'I'fIIl'flt.II.. 1).
"w Sort* to keep the city in a healthy process of manufacture from the G"FA> P. E. HART. Kltfln, 111 ; A. Bendheim, Baltimore, :Md.; Zacharlai ami R. A. llnrlonl.! '

I on. rough cedar! log to the perfect |pencil and -Up---They- Go.- C. M. (Gardner, Tallahassee ; S. Ball, OCALA RIFLES .

pen holll'r. Mr. A also I displays! a tine X. S. SimiiMMis, Hartford, Conn.; W. 11. ('I't"III-l'I'! A. Nwth.Klrkt .' '
'star Ver is distinctly vi"iI i- .
I Jt, now Contractor Millis has just f finished a '
collection of over fifty sponges, obtainedin Wolf and wife, PiltMhunr ; K. ( "Sherman l.loutcimnt-K. It. McConnell"
I the horizon at an angle of 45 the Gulf. Cedar Key annually ships neat oiie-Mory cottage: on a lot purchased O. W. :Morton, wifoand won, Chicago, III.; Hecoiul I.loutonanl. t;. William/ .

_n hour/before sunset.! Like her thousand! of dollars worth to all |parts from the Ocala Company, and is now at I). Hubbard and ,,1ft'. Orange, Va.; T. C. Forty MeraUn.
fcl I female namesake on earth she is work on a lovely plan for a very FIRE COMPANY.
of t the world pretentious He-ton, PhiliadelphlA! ; I D. Dudley
tL- rkler.- --- -- The photograph exhibited (and they two-story! cottage! for the urbane : :Macon, (!ilt.; Samuel J. Pott, Philadelphia Chlet-T..'oreman--Maurice n. luicMier.Rlirlnnuer. :

l reason Aim. Wells did not appears don't lie) shows that Cedar Key is an interesting and popular| cashier of the Merchant I ; Louis McCutcheon, JacksonvilleV. ; First antiUlaiii-UIIIM Yolk

>- '-.t, : church, Wednesday and healthy place, located in National UuakIr.: U. B. :Me- \ (i i. Robinson ; II. II Honeyrnan, HCOIIK aiwlHUtil W. (1. Murilmll.Htrntary -

Ho' ).. t'tempe!aneelettu&' the Gulf. It is a popular place for the I Connell), on Buckalew heights' just east Washington: I). C.; W. It. Wilkinson, IV -J nirintx'ru.II. Mallott.Twentylive 1 \

I iii. fas detained by illness tourist, 8i
ge city also displays two large) boulders, weighing iuientdivume of Methodist!, 1:1011: Chicago, 111.; Betty Mlcoio, Anuiv PrcMfiilAlrnni I'almer. ,

over a quarter of a ton. It in said church Rev, Mr. !IA'Y, succeeded to-day ton, Ala.; ('. A. Bent, Bartow, 11. A. .'orem.IIWIIII.II..uILAMhltallt
Jjas. L. Baker, special} correspond-! that has of this Ford Palatka S. I n. Miss '
i Levy over 10,000 acres by the aid of much tribulations in ; Moody, city ; -\Vclln ItU'hardwin. \
like St, Louis Grocer, made the ore in one lad)', besides numerous small of loves caj Maggie: :MK'ane, Miss Lizzie M. Straw, 1'Wt'llt'III"lIllJt.r ,
luring a stray colony wandering I
Tdaily a pleasant call to-day. Mr. I tracts. Here is a chance for Home capi and them : Mr. and Mm. W. X. Moland, Philadelphia I- TULULA LODGE NO. Jl, I. O. O. K.llMrvtivvvry .
having swarm on nn orange
i happy propertf owner at the talists.The. Penn Georgo H. Marahall Manns- vcnlii
tree in the yard. ; ( Tui-Mlay <.J.)
\\l city of Silver Springs Park I fruits cereals vegetables and syrup! -parsonage- ---- field ; A. D. McClellau" and wife Bon ton, W. II. ('hll1IN.. it.

who -has- been-- 110 long I ,displayed proves that Levy, like her sister We are pleased to know that the affable Mass.; L. K. Dullw, New York: 11. W. M. riilllli*. Hwri-lary. .
J..11. Steele counties has inducements for Frink.'w\ Turk II. K Told C. B. Jt All vlRttlriK brother i-onllally Inrlteil.
Irer and confined at the Brown I many gentleman and! king) of bonif.ices, ; ,
"has under the skilled treatmentE. settlers to invest Mr. 'f. Brigharn Bisliop and, hit son 1. H. R; H II. NewHom ; I D. I}:. Potter, OCALA CHAPTER NO. 13, R. A. M,

Van Hood recovered surli- Luketis! are meeting with the encournpement city ; P. II. Bishop, Citra.Tournament Ocala Chapter No. M; K. A. .t. Convocation ...
The Eastman: Freight Car. JIf,1
ant month
--- --- Momlay night In every
and the ablo
to return me today, via rail Suitable cars for the transjiortation of success management Prize. II. W. Lose! II. r, t.
of the t'ottirjes at Silver
: Spring, J. .
Eureka. Kfintary.PRESBYTERIAN
['at to Iruits, vegetables and oranges, from the entitle tlu.llI.'e understand, every The Imposition: ) mLrall'nll'nt is determined .

Ja y *le CA.!;still occulie State of Florida) to the North and Xorthwvst available room is full, and nits are to wake the tournament! one of! CHURCH.
/1DnHal,'lon of the court, and atJtff4at.Cing I is a matter of th + greatest i importance called into requisition. the. moMt attractive days''' of the Kx|1asi-! lUv. W. II. (lorwAi.n. ru-tor.
"e Gainesville to the shippers" and growers in t the -- tion and a large number' of j-ople wll Sabbath 1II'r\\t't.| at II A. ... and 7 r. M. Monday
I of
was .
State of Florida. Our attention has t been The nniff'L'Mon't l lake be in the to ait it. hclioilHt l 1/141":; M. ; W.tlll's.l..y cvfiitnrf li'Uturu
Isly ftna lucidly presenting preci- City l'otrUII' city ness at 7a;; i. Svaulroe, '1 Inimbllo cunlUlly luTUol. I
and law for the inaintainence of called to the Eastman Ventilator and 'pondent of March :nl'ot, says : ""Mr. BalSnowden : The follow tug piizi-H tint ollered : EPISCOPAL CHURCIi.
Heater Car, a trial trip of which was a handxoine young! businessman Firbt prize-One hundred} dollars in \
; a>i?'t. made from !Sanford to Chicago, :\ 2, of Ocala, andja: former IjikeCityzenM Kold..Vcniid; UfK. c.: \Vn.MKH, Kortor.

titi -etng circulated among arriving in (Chicago; March 11, with fruitin at circuliiting among Ins many friemls' : prize-Fifty dollars in irold. hervlccsevvry Huu.luyat IIU.: fl. m., anil 7.13 p. I '

Ity tix-payera to have another dav and allow ATTiTHH.K(J.l7lU.TiilHI'WHulonl : at p. iu., W. ,II. Chsmterlatuute'dnten4eut;
man appointed. One to keep ana regulated a.nple none other than "our Ball, and ot time ,
: things around the square, while ventilation until the car reaches freezing leading! furniture bouau of Snowden & uUroat Hurrllico. -- -' -- -- -

her is to take in the outlying coun- wea'her, when fires are lighted) and aneven McFarlane. TRAVELER'S GUIDE f
of 43an be Three counter wcule 1 platform aril
L Goal Idea. temperature maintained -- -- --- ; ---
even if the car passe! through :a0) Hen fruit is abundant. The laughing weighing' : (MM;( ) pounds; ::1} show, ea't's; !ft
Schedule of the S. S. O. & G. R. R.
[lessor Whltner, of the I lake: CityVgficnltural degrees! below zero. These:! cars are extensively tier-.If : dozen AmeV HlmveN and! epudeMju' ; dozen .
l College failing to ma- used! iu the North and in the hammer handle I ; I walnut table' ; :a t hjingitiif : Arrive Irom llnnxixiunfl. hl'i; r..

ial''"\last evening those who lUcked only car that can safely transport supplied with fresh hen fruIt.'u lumps; 2 fiO' y dlon >>il tanks. Iln l INlne l N sic rut.MuuitMMi aa. V'-3 fI.U: > A.I'MLravit MlUturiuuK
Exposition. building failed to be bananas and fruits in the winter months, know of 100 dozen selling for 10) cents above WH l Im, ''itfht with nn H'ljoinin iH-ala. cur l lloiiii "ss at. 1\0\ r !NF

Itructed. In the art of raising a large there being some' :?,OOO) of them in service and another lot of 50/ dozen for 11 cents More wilii Ht.M-k. AddnM, ,
C. & P. R. R. Old F. R. & N. Line,
: ( )
ed vegetable Eaolean. in and about New York. while ail lots have: been gold for 12j! A. 1'i..I. MrKaasav,

We would advise the attention of Ollrahi"llt'r cents |iwr dozen. The general price i is! .::lIIcll L't wl 1 :-rfLlltolll: I'la.1)ellghll'ul Schedule +

Mr. Charles Henderson, eon of Mr. E.I and growers to the method! about 15 cents. -- -- .- -- Nlulit |passenger; north ,l-ouinl.................lets: r H
Henderson, of irrahamville, and one which sppeirs to fill a long felt want. icursloiiH Dully. .. .. wroth .?..... :211: P lit
Marion' representative yeomanry, re- The Georgia: electric wonder, whose" Silver Springs; ; and Ocklawahn' River 'relclat s ...,............. tw: r.. vN"a11m

tied fitm Baltimore last evening, Mt'HIC.Hatred creating such an excitement at the SubTropical steatsur"Eureka); ,"Ca1'tain'owrtmsleaves( / I ma csIt. ___

thither I S;M 'been all winter- attend- __ I ExH: | >Hition, in Jacksonville, for (irahanivilln after the arrival of the. I'aneecgerarrivrs.In (K-ala.... ............J. U.o7 4 M
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HgmedilU l lecture at the celebrated Concert To-morrow After will (Ywstotcala and exhibit at the mornintr Vain. from Oriels and returnintj .". ....1:15:: A PMKnslicht ttCaium 4

edical coltege.We noon at the Kkl>oMlflon, l h y 1'rof. Semi-Tropical I, if the m.iiiAgement will in time for 1'1..-I4t'nJlt'r" to connect wltli ball, south Imuoil Ml r=>
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north 1:41
Cot )"'" IJmiU.M defray! all the exl|>iMisAM of travel, (sardawl eleningtrahm for Ocala ; 2U inilen! -fare ; ',ar
believe we reveal no secrets of the from Ocala mid WILL 1101'1"11, Cji-Tuwu Ticket Atfeul.
lodging of self, husband child. andnurw return II..V mlSfeb2m"A
that .. Alhali. ,,. ..... ,
rch- From V"llIluOfl I
when say
> room we "" "
nnA jury rusher in busi- Overture15w1 and .."...ot"..._.......<;u.e I and ".ifor( the seek They are F. 8. R. R. Time Table.
j B irt Dan W 1. Fox i iM a Cornel Holw--" My Talu n" ......_Lilltf'1J/1l I now figuring! the probable returns. comfortable: well kept hotel thatcharges I. .
fr ably .wjeonded by that affable andIassWuousSiaW MB. W, a.ruwN.. moot rcavmahW{ rate**, in the Mll'TII MOl'Mll.!
Attorney Wigg.and the Flower 9onK,..,....:_... .:......,,... .. ... ......Luntjfl I I IArla We (oritt- mention; the ,leli..dltf'II.1' Harriett House, Havannah (id., no long I'ahiw-nKt'r;! arilvi-! In <*ala N ._.......,...... 1M: r Hears sa

I deft secretary, John 1;. Uailey. This git >u t_for cUriurt...... .......ant. ....liariu.........>.ue-.. Ueoit Hve..../JIlIU"'IRJI. anti/' drive' an,1 boat rde, a dumber of our ('oi diirte<| by Mr. M. I I. Harnett."-JVew Yn' ,::. NN :: ......................vAaar! st)
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I and get trio' team drives things. iMti/rrri AND 'HCTCHINR. youii) |people| indtilxtxi in a few evenings York MorW. marlltf I .llAmSAa:
up Election8oiiu liearen"......... by betaking themselveit to the KOHTM! HOtf: ..
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to lo-olay! hadnineteen Japbone Solo __..._...... ......_? ... ilrfJw..1 ago Itargalum In Jtettideiife hot.
grand jury up noon lovely and picturesque and enchanting 1'aimeuKvr: arrl.ell Iu (Hutla.., ....,,............ 7:1): A MJ2"jarM
true bulls' and prestentedhis t !M>. 1. rLANAUAlf. PerMotm deniriiit bu. iiHMft or residence ........._........ :
u: Judge Finley, and Fin le- IMriUn Iwujhter"............... .I 'lfe Silver! Springs and by the soft light el I IotA adjacent U) the public hand- ' N :: ....................!7 II- OAM
to his Honor, The concert will commence at S o'clock the moon, bavini! such a pleasant time mjiure. .............._..Wtl. M
till Monday afternoon at 2o't Home and desirable property' will call on ,
1 ad'oy qed be as only young |eoplo can have, whothrov
and will musical We
a rare treat.
out for Paul} I Jones oiliest of
at Bullock
'. Most Of them' striking &
a their whole soul into their diver-
then, untry home to repose over Sabbath I say to our of readers by all means go out tionii. Burford, owner, liv<'\ in 'I>" iiw, will! be It. K.; VO.VQK A C), The, 0",1. Plurttbars. -
and drink it.
of their families.tic ----- in thucity (crone week from today.l'ur-
: in bQjim Call and examinu: their linu stack
New 'rature.Ia'h Captain George A. Nash, of the |opu-- I cha eri* can now secure a"ain.IbmardCtwlt. and get good work at reasonable Jrhlll:
M, Gardner representing that lar tirru of Hood A Nash returned from tl3ltl'IClm .

irllent paper 'the 'Zw'iian, over Tuesday evening a grand vocal the Eastern and Northern markets, i t
bose destf)totes Editor; Bowen co ably and instrumental concert will "be given Thursday! night happy and cheerfld: as leaving! I Lenten bcrvlcc.

wealdes, made the little daily a pleasant under the anftpecie of the Exposition I ever, only a little tired by close attentionto IlIa.rl..ln. the Florida Produce Manu Tpere will lx lMuPinhervieepattrirau|
Call Mt' evenintz. Mr. (i. is here in theinterest Company' which is a guarantee of a huuine At Savannah the passengertrain ;., ,\ l '' on'Monday: Tuesday '
, Of his paper and the well- first class program Besides _vocal, Inv I on which he wan. aboard, almost the facturinit Company at 4thurg. Address and Thursday, afternoon at 4:30: p. m., ,

ulpped printing establishment con fltrtii* ntal! solos, duets: and quartettes, I met with an i'c tlent.(4hinK short ol MarcitlSit secretary Lemberg. and on Wednesday and Friday evening" t i

+ D ulth the 11&1 r.StC1airFt'Chner. will -bo introibirHil.. The toanagement\: i backing through. a freight train and and 7:30,
1Q will spare nO'ioal1l8 to make these concerts knocking the freight cars off the track, Magnolia Nur.erf.

CoL who has been (popular, and all lovers of music which shock compelled handsome Georgeto The finest and bent of lI rt'. Ocklawaha laver Hteamerc.HarU'Oklawaha .

Quppl1ing all of Ot-alunJ Marion county will mica a rare treat if Uivy tall to ge.Neata'can throw the sheltorintf and protecting, tree for the least money variety, to be bad orange of steamers. leave I'a-

ritb rolled. gold, silver plated and solid secured in the city with. power of his strong ami arannd a fair J. W. A F. U. WAITK,, latka for the Ocklawaha and Kllver
tl Jewelry at auction prices, out extra charge. Look out. for programIn young: lady who bad gone Into" hippos"over wSfebtd. dally
s lleview fla- ten
.. 'J.anged re. 'lit; .!erooroi-xj; GaineVill Month?. iuue. Only the usual admission the collision la this, like In allt&I8 o Spring clock a. m.except returning Humtay., ,leave' fiilver((10))

'I 'sterd8 where he wiadmintater the will be charged. : la which George figures h. did his The Ited Grocery, Magnolia atrr4t, \f. Springs dally except Monday on"'arrival

'F. ie treatment; it betle-cklDr the I duty nobly and manfully and restored the place td bnr your gro *ri.w.H. of train from Ocala which u due 9:23
nesens all the glitter )lr. JVroolur.. returned from order and the
oh dtJ1JILIa a, vl U tA Ravannafi grocer I regularity to recpitory orjaauUiLUi ZiaiARtAa., Proprietor. m. II. L. IIur.wSfebm .
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2118 OCALA --- - A UIOIIT TO -r--STHAljBUKAD7 Till-DAVIDSON:- bflua 10 the tar than It was Di11ed' 1 7.

DAILY BANNER. IA8 A MAX IlIH' & DKYOTO-HAll-. plit 1What more.... eatwouldthatbetotts' Ite wrote UI to P f Co.Drug l St ,
CONTnO\ EItMY. and \tt
.:4 1110' If are muM save freight In anyway mole'Lorca i of
<< put In a few
OCALA PLA.-JI..tRCll/i.f betall v ruW I..rk that some shippers
1889. Cardinal Manning Given In The Thrilling NaratUe Continues billed having( no idea that buDr .
tun w.
-- .... _. -b Ills Views on the Subject, To the Editor of the Baiwtr Mould dolt a ) .

tI'... E.. HARRIS-, Editor The dnrlrin+ that starving man may I bare Just' read Dr. <(7< C.Hsrru1 Hiblicatiin nut of;,thll a!man""ate." ,, Since.urrfihonW coin(?'It do.n< b?here drum I have ulil I ------0.: ..:..-

kaD steal bread, which Cardinal Manning is In toe weekly BAXXCR ol March 15, and am found wit s hilt sort of a man Dr. t, t, Harris, orpnrr

npjHjsoJ' to have functioned in an official forced to say that Dr. tttrrtt 'contradicting i date Is, a-Ht wmlld not be inrprise'I at any lie' the be _

.6Ipf .f ronfrenre of the church tnfult cast him a boat liar He saps the article In Smurth tell of what I make Niiable this citizens statement of on Marion WHOLESALE r

1 ) 110 he contributes an article in, a late the lianncr" WM very Inoorrcct! but be told Mr. I have told me. If the W bl.e. would

.. issue of the American Vulholic Rerifw' for Button, the seed dealer, and many :ocher>> reliable confer county a favor on many people and result in SOlid -ANDRetail' -
cltlien that the
'. was correct except the
the purfxpeeof making the doctrine more number of can sent (The BANKER had It seven I 1.0 the Slate.IAaiv theammnrffygf, Mr Jo ln. flf Cit r/!,

lear : car{ The ubtiance of this lie u mind wa h""t w liar 1111026 fh,1l 1 ,its lJr, 1
Thecardlnalexplalns that his appeal\ to the that be khlppcd n* two cars of orange a'::lda few i 'IOn Jlirri tIV'l'J'H'it wi re/atnf (If his, Drugs

ta" of nature was male In conference, not at a days after received draft for |l:><> In lull for the I our w will: Dr Harris is limited. We
te trti public meetlm" and wrItten fur use In one of the two cars That he boarded the next train for oU 314 boxes which netted WM7.8M\ : Also KVln I -0-
C'lclnnatl. arriving there Bcctir*<| a detective and Total JWI.U
moat literary, eren usorterlo rerlewi.S "It can the out t5"Jmore. bad order) which netted IA:>7.01
'; t/f'e.26, Harris draft )
wllre"h fol'ows
We paid him as : I -ALL KINDS OF-
be to)Juitlfy what I hare said made common town talk of this I remit-
jardly necessary paid 1 on 814 b.\11I11. "*M>/II, January !5, our
among Catholic:' tho cardinal writes. "I might story, telling I it In groups of people In Ocala, titra; lance on 'lj;; boxes, II 1+0.15'i ': February 1 1. our re STATIONERY
and other ILS
places; this reliable cltlteu have told both ) ,
ulnae. account x lilt sales of cars
veil nay amnng ChristluiH: but both Catholic tw rsoimlly, and if necrwxnarjr they could I testi' mlttance to

and C'brlNtlaus are often not fully aware of the ret the truth: of same, \\e five below a copy of :ail The 12.above Total orange, f6H.n.were sold during the glut. --AND- TOILEJ\:

broad mild which habitually a written statement obtained from Captain / B. I lowest.If ;$
a an.1 ground on they Johnson of liade City editor of hand Pasco County when prices were the Dr. FANCY
rent. I will, theref'>re, draw out In full what the tfemocrat. Captain Johnson is a reliable citizen any one will I tell rwof nIVFb perly muchobliged.
e Fifty colored men are tidying for the other day, I (tare only In reference. I do thli mayor of bade City, lie met Dr. Harris on lUrrts owns subject understand to we if brsugbt suit '
It. we
As we 11We
priesthood Home the tr in between WaMo and Cltra. There were I In Compfete Stock [ti0 1
of for would be the old story of
Um' not out of pedantry, but out prudence, quite a numberof gentlemen aboard who belongedto In the United court it "
) some food mcn may, for want of knowledge, bminted. the Farmers Alliance and the Doctor was making "sue a beggar and etc :
The raise lox of
exodus North Caro he did a
from bat learn never
d0ige negro From w e
himself a smart man with big talk among I We will append below handle bone bnt the finest brands ot dgtn' ,
lina continue them ThI lathe letter oranges shipment.
: Wall and Garden
for Paper t>eedII'
The doctrine of the Catholic church may be LuDicCm', FLA., Mar 4,189. some letters that may be of Interest u bearing on Headquarters
'-he of To Whom the: cane. \\e regret that w'e had to take so much 'WIUGIIT A PHAZEK a
It in ;; nefly Mated In the word St. Thomas Aquinas U May flowers
1 mated that educational and but we could
pr e\l nifta dome time in the latter of of your valuable time spare "
who sums up what bat been alwayi and part January just' shotter and have! not shown : Oc1L1, ru
institutions I in the United States last year passed, while on the ran between Waldo scarcely make It now PCBLIC eqr n I : z
Amounted to 187,000,000.)( everywhere b en taught before him, and hlsSum Cltra. bt. U. W. Murphy stated to me taj] up all the lies he has been party to In this affair. JlunlIIAS
maThrolnglra, with the Holy fcrlpture, baa Harris. was aboard rn route home from Cincinnati, From the assurance" we! have had so far from
old hall do the business we
I shippers we largest
whither he had teen to sue Meiers. Davidson &
lar ," Fourteen ntfrel itnmierants were been laid open In tfrniinenlcal councils as the iJevoto, Couimta'on Merchants. That a short have ever done, next !season, .
"' landed atCastle Garden of last highest authority In the tradition of Catholic while before Dr, Harris had shipped to Davidson Any shipper is welcome to come In any time
it Friday and examine our books. .... 1..1 ..
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A Devolo two loadaof that
doctrln1Flnst car oranges, he received h.
week. the largest number in any one -By the law of nature all men have a returns and a check lot ltbo') ; being' dissatisfied Very truly fOUr DA\'ID/IO .It DnoTO.-;: .-.-.....'IillA1GPEARQ'IB .1 1 ... ...
ee1 he at once >aclted his grip sack and boarded
day.A ______ ____ common right to the use of things which WM the next train north for Cincinnati. That upon (The letter which were to have followed the

era! law has been 'passed giving. the women croateellor them and their sustenance.'J hla arrival in I Cinclunail he,, at once repaired: tothepropxrrallroadsodlclal above banks statement endorsing the from urn prominent of Davidson persons Devoto and,
ascertained his
ten(1' of Detroit Ie right; to vote for Second But this common right does not ex oranges had arrived promptly Allli.u. good that condition : were mislaid by our typos. They: were from Borland

I d .,. school inspector!'! and they will participate ( elude the possission of anything which becomesproper ; that he obtained the address of the drar br James A. l obklrk Jujultable National I
I in the election month. man who delivered the who ale) madeor Rank Cincinnati, and I'osldentMerchants' Na
city next to each The common right" by nature oranges lost
'heJudi tlonarBankOcala.> W. are tbt'yere
was prepared to make attidavlu that the sorry TRULY
al 1 law, and the' positive la r of property Is expedlant -Ro.) v SAIDi i
About 4(1,000( of the malitia of the what Is oranges were in prime condition Dr. Harris ........_.... ....HHH.............._......_......._.... ...
for 1 I II
various three reasons our own, then called at a detmlveagencr an In, States will participate in the Newt more carefully u-ed than what Is common 2, services of a detective who vlhited Davidson & It affords the little daily a great deal "Thfre Is a Tide In the affairs of men which, i
Iran 4r Uevoto, as an orange buyer and laid he wished : taken at lu ebb, leads on to fortune. ''i
1a, York centennial celebration of the first human affairs are better ordered recognized to purchase, ((1 think) a hundred boxes, they of pleasure to Plate that. the council committee : '"."......... ................""".. ... f
)ur Inaugural of fJeneral; Washington. private rights, 8, human !society U more peaceful 'ered! him the oranges. He laid to them, "1 composed of K.V.: Agnew, 11. : AND Novv'Ta'VOUR ciiANrE, I

the when each has his own protected by the law wish to snip them to Ht Paul. no doubt they will W. Chandler and Glal'l' low Smith, actIng ;! ORA (Pn AT ONCE,

i.0C.1 mExPresident Cleveland was :52 yearn of Justice: mum culijue celebrated hoe tube Citra repacked oranges" "Oli which, not always! they arrive are the In in concert with the ladies cemetery' ; ...........AND........TIIK... ....KORTONK. "...._._._18.. YODR9.._. ... i! '

g* old last Monday. Ho has twenty yean! Third-Theft therefore, Is always a sin for good condition and keep n ell." W'Ith this Information committee, are having a eulwtantia I I I 1

of active life lx>fore him and ho U too two reasons! : 1, It III contrary to Justice 2. Ills Dr Harris vlnlteU( the house of Davidson. fence put around tttat long despised and .
active in hid habits of life to Kettle down ADeM'toand recch committed either by stealth or by violence aid odd dollars, I (or lot tLe exact sum over j iMR.
i.; ,' to growing oranges! or raimng chickens. Fourth-Hut the human and positive law can eleved hundred. I few monhts after this I was act alone will hide a multitude of ou \\.EIS.T.EN

not derogate from the natural and Divine law. introduced to Dr. Harris by Dr 0. W. Murphy, I social and moral defects ............H.... ..................................H....._. i
t and mentioned' the subject and Dr. Harris repeated
', Trinity church: property in New York According to the Divine law all things are or
the above to me which la a lair, hottest : !
_ L has an assessed valuation of $3,7-VXK( dalned to sunulti the life of man, and therefore substautlal detail ol the i-onvenallon. Mr. Wanamaker has decided to loan ,, II .
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o. ,< and is exempt from taxation. ChurchIror..rl the division and appropriation of things cannot Very truly yours, to the Paris Exposition his two great art

r j (,. in FI"rUli n-'It l for any oilier hinder the flu>ltf'ance of roan In cusi of necewl l lIarrtll' pack of lien lately JOHN published it JOHNSOX.l are .so treasures "Christ before 1'ilate," and FOX ILLS Jfri\ STARTED. AND FOR WILL TILENORTHERN I

GOjOF r than church \purKj-| i 18 subject to taxa- ty. Therefore, the potMesulons of those who dlQereut iron this that the lie: U apparent on the "Cavalry," both by I u n kacsy. They i .............bLY; ASTOCKOF\\'HAl'.t'INU... 1b10 ,
'" tlnn '"
lace ot it He the original urtfile "was will be at inconvenience .
bare food sui>abundantly are due by the sales very sent some and :
:l __ incornHt" yet he was the author ot It, and madeno
natural law for the sustenance of the poor statement to the t He state the car at considerable expense. The request = iioODSi i\
I; Gen. \V. 8. srcrau's
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appointment on :J'I
for the loan has been made and
was shipped January his 1 compliedwith
t the retired list dates from March 1. Ho WO 8t.authors Alphonsiu, and consulted his decision for his, theology therefore,some taut cut from Ocala January'2nd' says, "I sent telegram you upon the ground that Munkacsy i ia is :::::::::::::::::::::AND:WC:MUST HATEJVOOMTOPUTTUEM ..::= ::..
will receive 75 cent of the of yesterday of We found the In
per pay abrjgadiers car oranges car I
eneral the active Int. As upon the widest foundation and may be safely the I* A ard on January Hh-teren date ajltr, Frenchman by adoption, Paris is his ..........................
r' on followed. 8t. Alphonsus says that the doctrine and the tIa.l did not know .w bu it belonged to. as home, that he has l'Ontrihule.llargely to ; ;; ;
: this i Ii t'S.SfX( ) he will receivea4125ayear: they bad no bills for it we claimed it and hauledit the elevation of French art during this i
is certain and I U founded the doctrine of
which will, ho a very comfortable provision upon next day The car was hot, the railroad agent
; for him. Ht. Thomas; but that In such m cane "all things has never refused to acknowledge ante, as 1 shall generation and any collection of contemporaneous I nA CHANCE TO SHOW THEM,

arecpmmon"for the law of nations by which hereafter show In printing our letter of January art would be incomplete with. 1 i rj
211th In regard to thU car, !Jr. Harris, showing out his masterpiece/ 1MB TO PELL THEM, I '

The Farmer's Alliance men: numbering the division of goods was Introduced, cannot the kind ut man he is, leaves out a word ocxsasionally -..... ......-........ .. ....... ....... .... .. .. .
80,000, of North Carolina, have demanded derogate from the natural law. "Though In estrviue changing the sense Ur wore him tome i 1 .S. 2 r +'. Y.r viglh4r'
necessity' a man has a right ha I bums werefullylatUwliarur ttint tiieear wu hut -
of the !State a Uailraod Com- per aunt t/llIlln: Kent him llW un hit car ami had to ld ...... at (0
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bet) to the good of others, ho has not a right to Millinery Millinery j if
missioner, and the Legislature failing to Use (Intftfor tJS, uhlia eels thr nd unnl'it, go bo you war, .
NN. create one, the question now into the extraordinary goods of others but only to'' back rh-re was no sales i :rf'e the letter ... -.........-...."': )1
thOMe which ordinarily suffice' for the sustenance Will written belore the cult was out of the car, i I. ,I-
the political arena, and ;the contest will and he had drawn lor lluo: on the first car which ..-.................... ...........-... eat
be a red hot one. of life. was paid He says he paid LLIIJ per box for the ; Our Milliner Is at home I DGOODs-if a littkl! \
This doctrine lies at the foundation of the posl two boxes lie m n liar and hr Inuuit C. He was i .. |I II I cl'. ..|
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I r Lift! law of property all Christendom, It ex only asked$2.! .)pertox and paid for them. Then .. = ..-. NI t ;.,
OeneralHherman' Thomas : tbnlMJ
son, E..lnjC be wanted them delivered ; we told him we did : :: -.H.-----t
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huts an unwritten law In all Catholic countries JUST FROM: THE I t; ',
Sherman, who ha become a member (If : not delhiT goals !but would have to pay 20 cents | j '

the Society of J.wus\ Is to be ordained a In Franco It II the drolL an travail; In Engl.nd It per box drayage! which hu geld and received a :. ... ............ ......_.................................1._...._ C T O P,: I
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.; iirieBt in I U clothed In a tefal statute In our poor law under bill stating I the .II\t aid l for oranges anddrayage With Full and Complete Stock of." .. :. ; c1
ewYorkCity. Arrangementshave which everyone has' a right either to workor each purate. two boxes belonged T 1 a
. 1N been made under which, It is expected to bread without work In the old Scotch to tLe Unt car w bleb came In lair condlt',,: bit hot< \
the ceremony of ordination will law U WAIl recognized under the title of Harden they were repacked: and Hr Hani lie* when heacid .B'I I of f' t
:. seth, a itarvtng man had a right to carry away; th< ) never IfUtusviijIu, h cu fully two .ff MILLINERY ----. ij
take place in July in the Cathedral. ss mucli meal as he could on his back All. houniHiierhe wa gone 1* "ro nt mold gel a : OR ANYTHIi .. cieil
thewe authorities give, not by nay or example wagon; to take them up. U hull wen-mick on>uxutweials Everything Flrst-cY"" and i
Judge Cordero, everybodv's friend, is or.1 hClrt rt Illn to larcenv, but I In proof of the thq hops cart fully, lover cut: them and ...,... : .. .l .._._ ::VERY.1;. :
., uatialright from which they I put Hum back In till name plate l using the same oCJOODSIcflord's 9 :\ T'
growing younger as the years gather, In cOIII.'IIlIClII'lIrlIl1al Manning quotes from I nails,A.CIklorn o-- .[ --OEllood ... ,.. "
t and is as much of a youth to-day at sixty his. remarks which\ gave rise to the dlNcuwUm : accepting Dr. Han Is' high statement in ........ i pie,]
Mho and it. has "I he obligation to feud the hungrsprings from to this ucuUnl tkUctm, it well *l noct
was forty-live
years ago, rC't:; lfhl\\iC\ '
- been insinuated that his. visit toit.! the natural right of every man to live j ami to the to the Cincinnati < hk> (. or =&..1{ s1i .COMEAl10t, :' j :'- cop'!
N fast neccssaryfor the nus'vnance of life N) some other good reliable anlhortt). The main J '"' ; "
-r Augustine was for the l'u"'l'o"e" | of blowing strict Is lhi. natural right that It prevails over all points nt the deun.lhe. fairy story U what Harris ; ; detl
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the young society men of the period ixmithe Irtwtof property, Necessity bus no law. told him, which KtaU-ment are not worth the > his]
: ant a starving man has a natural right to hi. 1''tIl.rtbey' are written on Mr A molds letttr will Old Stand Public Square Ocala Fla. .
how to properly cut the uiijeon wing"at neighbor' bread' I am afraid that those who show where the detective' tau lsin retard to the il
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the late .grand hall held in the i'onct speak no eonadently) about rights obligation rellgerator IK.I Ing mi I veil, :and:: whether it was "'
De Ilion.The and laws, have not studied hate forgotten the j 1 warm or not. \\ a are .ruin the t'"rVal uuxtrIctsl. ==II' IS owlpo ,
first principal a human jonlilve law. If the As the bill for Icing the first car waa preMuu .:::.: HARNETT HOUSE ;4" ,- !
law vl property did not real a natural right >d on.arri\alof Lilt car and collected with .
be Haiti
Dame of
rDSA can Florida it could not long exist I .-fhil: >upon} ; hta Timrt the freight. But nothing was Kali) about icingtb ella |

r One of our Northern exchanges stxxind tar when the t treUtn I war paid, I -1- ,' the|
1 saysthat neither has there i well an> bill prfuted for -- try
School Chlhlrcus' .
\ California's agricultural. rt'flOlCrt.t'14are Iay collietlunlousslnc.'heuceomieararrvni i Dr LEADING POPULAR HOTEL OF-
I'I being developed at a tremendousrate. Suiiirintcndent Payne has issued the Ilarrierertreyuubliss' tieuuml Akvuluf the L. t'a' 1 I1Iui'.E"iE1
Six hundred) ) thousand fruit i N., Mr. Brent Arnold. lie never saw the car ,
trees circular lettdr the leathers
following to
Jleu..naU and none of his luen examined the SAVANNAH .
havo been planted in San l) of t the ;;;;
b iego county county : boxes except the yard mauler who went Into car. I1TAVOP 1
this and similar He noticed that tn car was warm and that thebaxesaidpapersweta
season, activity prevailsin UOAKUOI 1'UBLK' iNSTRUTIO.V, \ : ; uj{
other sections of the !State. wet. 1 bad no hatchets :

J OCALA, FLA., March 20, ISS\\ J Itb me and did not open the boxes 110 all he : ELECTRIC'LIu.iiT J"AND.'s ELLA3I ......---................... ......
remembers all what be MW on the outside. ---
:-. o&1UClym. Advocate To the Teachers, of Marion County : None of th" clerks examined the oranges and as .. .. .. I --...... :..

I Ho for Ocala. I take great pleasure in you tar as they: knew they were in apparent: good order I I-
that the of the Florida Inter which in the court would mean nolhinj at = : >: [
There will be an excursion of the citi managers all. Mr. Ferhuue, the yard master, stated be- Artesian Well Water. Street Cars to all Depots. 5.
national and :
Semi Tropical Exposition ,
of Gainesville to the tore Dr Harris and the detective that the car .
I ens SemiTroplcaImposition have designated, Saturday April (>, as was warm when be went lu It, and that be -1-
at. Ocala on Tuesday March Scholl Day All school children coming not Iced" the paper were wet, also that the receipt RATES REDUCED TO $ a PER DAY "
Gtli. 'The train leaves Gainesville at which the drajmeo signed was for the MEANS GOODS AT"*
in a body and accompanied by their Number of package and not hoc the condition.I1 Tmchtf.
7:30: I\. m., arriving on the return at -- --- *
A teachers will bo admitted into the Exposition : either Dr. HatrU or the detective says be diduot AND BELO
Gainesville at o'clock p. m Kxpresa: free. The teachers and trustees say U lu their presence, they He Below is .-....-....--...,..........'....-.....

R train through! both ways. Fare for the Hill also be adnultrd} free. Mr. Brent Arnold's CIMINNATI letter' : .February, 18119. GIVEN ...-.......................-...............-...

1 round trip, II.00.) Each teacher, trustee and pupil, is requested Metn.knrfct*)'! it XVvofo: i
Per order of Hoard of Trade. Car of LAN. n.,,;.!, loaded with oranges iI
to wear a blue badge so that I ()-e
which arrived in Cincinnati January 7, and AWAY
they can be designated by the managers.Also which 'on hauled Jmuarf rah, wa unloaded I I

We Have Captured Him. each school' should bring. a small and delivered: I In apparent; good i order, Vt* lake ---.........................--..--...-.
IIIK receipt for; 2*i boxes as billed. Ot course the
The Ocala HINNER goes into extacie banner with name and number of school -"-"'-
delivery clerk did not open and examine the ( Somebody bas found ; lut' Lii"; -
out at and :
over the Math light pictures. made b>' ',m it. The State Superintendent ha* uutisuu orange acre in apparent good giving away the secret Ij which, ha !been .. THE PLACE
'. Prof. Oscar Smith and he has been invited" and will\ be I onler to ih.t .t of his bwwle.lga. We made no secured -- -...-.............-.-. ._......... .
on Prof. Smith's pictures, are hard a reason to ex, It U understood that this present will )be for attidavits whatever DU4ouA lu r>ard to the condition-of ..............'.,.,......,.,."................................,.............:. -
I these orange Devout claimed the
eel. But the lUssku is mistaken, Mr. the white schools and Saturday, April car wa warm and wanted It unloaded which we ROWELL'SBIG i

i Smith is a resident of Gainesville, not 13th has been set aside as Colored 1 School did. Our depot master went Into the car Htattimtt 1---1

t Ocala. He is and has been with our Dav. lAr iw brut uurm, but did not know of theorange -
except: in a general way. H* think :.. -,:
very excellent photographers, the Dar Preparations are being maple to make some ul the paper were wet and 1 think such .. ..,

+I., nell... And they make a team whose the occasion a pleasant one, and it is I wasth case, with those especially near the

) work is not excelled in t'IQriJa.-.fdto, hoped a large attendance will be present. door. BUSINESS
We have never had any trouble with ship

cote. _____ ___ Arrangements( are being made for menu coustKiied to you and always considered iM F
------- 'pedal rates on all trains. you honest and rralghtward lu your dealing*." : And now= the i secret has become: public'"j i;rcr:" ; "SHEL'S""l"

,. Kducatlon North and South. M. L. PAIXB, Supt. Very truly your, I rty and town talk there Is no U1our t eC- : "-'-'-'-...
RRKKT Aasoui Ueu'l Agt. L A N. ;. Inn quiet so we admit that the secret of : .. .. ....
our ... ..
eked ...
The Atlanta Comtitntum W. Ur HarrU to go with us to the rail- trade U ..
Northern and Southern benefaction contrasts for Nothing but English In Mlsaourl. road depot, lI ud when he eas he asked Dh': go, ...great, .......... ...,..,........", ."......_......,..). i i[ OCALA, : : -. -. -.-
be llea. He says be obtained $jm.ou car : fc FLORIDA
educational purposes. Within a certain The bill which bas passed the lower and is lolarably welllal1.ned. be knows that Is a ..__..-...M.N
j>erlod private donations to schools and branch of the Missouri legislature, providing bare-faced Tbt Im.OO: was sent! him about TO SELL THE BEST WNN.NU.-...---...--
two weeks after be wan In Ctuciunail. and it was
colleges in the North go over $2(3,000,000( that no language Mull be taughtin balance due him on both tars and kales for both ilf l

In the same time in the (South barelv the public schools of the State except erelucloed. He d t a cent while in -AND-
$300,(00. More has been ape' : Cincinnati, and w* him some of his I
; money English, and that all) instruction shall be
h fruit ol the eun4 car, which WM then half-rot Ask the Lowest SNOWDEX
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by Northern men fur collegiate\ euuca. given in English: was carried by a vote I ten We havwa number of dUlntereaust witness McFARLANE;

Lion for negroes in Atlanta than in any of 57 to 38. It was warmly supported by "Lo this '''I'L Hi salt h. wa wUUricd every -DlAtsu rN_

i'4 air Southern States have given for .collegiate German members, and one of them said thing wa lake, and he lie, when be says be : Rest goods and lowest priorii. in i brief Is what: 'I ALL
did not a.1v' ralatlveof
lay say : mills our store with KINDS ItTimTirwpTg
to white The "i'.1Ilr. and OF
boys. that "there was no more reason for making I our* and bled we told him *o. mater household word name ot makes a f FUR
Northern JUethodisk church alone I is German the language, of common we never thought of telling bin such a thins orjLht ,. h

spending more money in the South foiLigbfer schools in Missouri than there was for Mr. (JrnnlsnoreUikw oours whauver. >\. -
can vet numbers ot such Uiur M Mr. Cram
education than all the Southern furnishing common school instruction in I wrote u our busineaaba*given general sailsfact- "ROWELLS. : 'nplCl10l

States combined give to ther colleges. Hungarian, ChaMiic or Chinese. ion all over the Mate lie cay we UM him to erocht "D Low; P:1:

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Semi-Tropical Exposition !

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" -This the laws 111' tin State of Kloiiiln,
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5.1 .ill bran Exposition of Pomological, Horticultural and Agricultural products of Florida: and her soils, timbers:, woods, minerals' and live stock, and in addition articlesaliil r '1
ctsof q!ueral interest from all States and countries. Entry is open to the world for the display of its products. No charge for entries nor ; apace for the products or .
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asactures10'Cnitrl' S uteg Experimental Station for improvement and development of products indigenous to this section has been located contiguous to our exposition ground '
The VVmnt'exhibits of all descriptions! particularly those!' pertaining to the arts, mechanics aml.agriculture, guaranteeing uniform courtesy to all exhibitors.\ ;
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ornr. ] \WILSON, resident. xQ \VM. FOX, First Vice-1'resident. DR. II. KNIGHT, Second Vloo-Pr Hidont t r
:. tr' riMPBELL( SR., General Manager. G..S. MAYO Treasurer. J. O. CLARKE. 8ecreturyNO. > ""it.

rfiIst. -OF OCALA National.- Bank J TIle Nlerclmnts' National Banl{ i Anti Monopoly-THK- Drug .:,1:f;fI I !,'1

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-- -WILL TAKF.No .Iw,

i' y Authorized Capital CAPITAL STOCK e S5OOOO.OO -- ..,

iIl ,,, _$150,000. SURPLUS, e r e :!,or>o.oo I COMII) UTB NESS I OF STOCK ':: .;

j; tP 'r.ILCOUC1r. ..Prearr of Goods and Low Price. .
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JNO. F DONS, Prtndn -oHODS -
d't E. P. PISMCKEH l'kePresident. ,
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II. B. MC-CONNKLL, OtaMerBeing r
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r2cINTY'RE, Crx3TII= ttldblithtd -Located nut door to FlntNtlonl lUnk.) 1
now in our new and elegant Bank building we are prepared to guar
ante,' alif action to all. Im Il-M
LTJS$7,000.00 General Banking business traniacted. Exchange bought and told.

and best equipped banking houses! in the State owned by the : BOARD OF DIUECTOKS.;:- .
facilities for making Collections on all accessible point -OF-
courtesy and favor to our customers consistent with Mate .
every re prompt and careful attention to all business entrusted to us JNO. F.DUNN, 1'l. P.DIflMUKES,
A ASS1IOOfS1I31illdS
"r,18ANK t ACCOUNT and all business In our
.satisfaction.H..N ( HARVEY KNIGHT, WM. ANDERSON

,.:.,,.Traders National Bank, Now York, N. Y.; s ,

\; :, oathern Bank of Georgia. Savannah. .
cities in the West -AT- t j
..". J .pondeuta. in important Rational fork Bank: of New York. Mnmcf Motional Rank of Potion.
: .'t', National Bank: of Savannah Oeorp 4' .."*. tT tT A. E. DELOUST.
nw16J9 Louinille Banking Company, Louisville, A'y I ,


Slain Street, Ocula,, Fla
TT \ Jewelry Store -Drug Line-

,..NpA... N..NN..NN NN.N.NI.N.N.N..N..N.r............................-........ Shinea. replete with everything in -
Tli" Hotel of the City.=: his line. Call and.ezaminefor THE PLACE TO FIND THEM I -FOR-

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N.M..N..N..CLASS..N..NNNN .Y : H al.. .
RESPECTS= "- -o---' -13 AT- .
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Strings for Musical Instruments a DELOUEST tl
'r .I' ,VT i ate!cotl MlJur G)", nvxliow rsrnpU rOOIftt frw Specialty. '
.lot .. .. -Wart Stns S4UARLOCALA )- Musical Instruments I
iii Witches
.," .. Wrtwiu. Ne*brick j- h'j UM srtntoed.iRhelnauer's Work.'on repair of Clocks and .
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-1PerAnnnm THE u DAILY nor. plb tfon_BANNER Rates._ -. t, Lake Side Rote II I 1 I

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Six Month, ; !
225.: .....
Three Month, : 1 'Ii.Let r1 i'' I .j .1j'I" !.I! : ""
Us J rive ou-i Gainesville ., :t\I\ ) ri.- jf'' 0 !
friends a '
nearly welcome to-morrow. : of t !. ,' .. ,

,, The press I'peakIn most favorable I So. Lake Weir, Fla., 1

terms of Miss, Nettie Guion as a charm. : =

InK actress. : r "- ',' 'H CJ : :Sixteen:) miles south of Ocala ; on

Our readers will please bear in mind I high hi overlooking the wholeof
that the Nettle! Union Company is the -I --' "I Keautiful Lake Weir.." ---
last that will visit\! Ocala this season. ,
;u- BUD'GJGotoS
s Sheriff Shelly, of( Putnam county is In HCKS MEETSALL TRAINS :::
;avann.h after C. Btokem, a gentleman c

who bu ewlridled Palatka merchants to ,\:. Fine Boating, Sailing, Gunningand --
the tune of 1000. : V Fishing. -
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k Hilver Hprincs; Park has been .. cigars forNidt
r incorjwrat Terms ;2 2oO: per day. Reasonable
,l Mr. Roe
t S. K. being elected the (
s first ofYthe The following l is the bal- Rates s by Week or Month.
lance ticket : :Marshall, J. Iloy; :f t
clerk, A. Calder: aldermen, 1 K. C. Love-: 4/ Address: / 4 )I. IiCoiIcountj.v

ridge, Barnett! II. llogy. I 1)OttensosHer. II. J. ROSENBURG, J
B. F. Hopper.
Manager.1ate :
t lesh
D of Pak Avenue Hotel, New York, and Clifton
To the Editor ofthr Manner : I House, MB!ira! Fall_ I..*. | 1 day, it t
' .li} 1& gratifying to flf'P that the authorities I
RATES fa.sO TO $j PER DAY i, Tbairiryoftl'
are'makinp an effort-to clean the f t t I
streets be y\if city A gnat improvement ;
iis Hon
iI All Year.
can be made howeaer. We would }
t Btlpgest that he whose bbrfncHS it is to do 4 1 --_.. --4 CaptaiFinest
this work, would nee to it that the byways / get
; and open lots (Rome of which are ._ I :'u in t t.R. t.
in a fittingly) condition,") ie M *ell a-ithe -- .. .
principle thoroughfare\ be rU-uned., : Inn Dala GOIIlDRIUI 1 E.
Would it not be writ also, It / M tiers, hastrutted
keepers be instructed to have the nweep-! "
ings and rubbish placed In barrels instead ":> Blgrf.
of dej opitinK in into the fltff'l.tlland ] tO ',
IJ lot
thereby save trouble} nnlluppnM. }
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T eeen tin'
r .The, BANNER enjoyed) I a plt'8AAJ1t.caJJ ft <'t- ,; ed at tl>
this morning from Mr. G. 11. McMnvter I CAPITAL STOCK $500,000.00 .

\\'ingslwro,8.C.., who in making": his MajorAugui
early visit to Marion county, where he i'NJ .!]
has large land internes. While! Mr. Mc- A .Men'. CanO
t Mister i is tin extensive' and prosperous rrrl1$ jMt. NYlsnow M eIIBtork t UII!
1 or lot 40xK%) fret from ward,,sod b
merchant of the old Palmetto" State,
sated n the tThe"ofhe
"Went Knd" a. P.rtla
his numerous! visits to onr State have '. ; f fhaslng Oue share of fc One hundred pto !
made him fall in love with her wonder ,' .; 1 ,.1'' i" fcoUars via I*yivrn ten n tots IDr1o ire( :
ful resources and great ;jtOHNiltilitien. and .l.! '.' For turtbtr or skisa Dututehslovil'
i he predicts a grand future for Florida.During \ ',,:' U. .). .' (,,, i.nrtlcolatao .Mayo, 1

the past few weeks Mr. McMas- No. 1 Marion cALAFu 1iv :
ter has traveled from Orate to Micanopy{ / Imd-wlSfeb k 't.oPI; IU' \
and around by Flemiiijrton) Fantvilfe, J }. a Utl
Blue Springs: and Dunn) llon to Ilotnobaspa >> edsoma

and back in .a private conveyaiut,
visiting: the )home* of the planters, fruit v i

and truck growera and leisurely' taking( f '' \ :
in the attractive feature o"the country, t SpCing
l is more than pleaded with his trip / TrMitIr.
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ftiuT Hay_ the !half has not been told ot ." "' __ at-;
the richness and desirable }paMimw of t .
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Marion n-uuty, Mr. JIcM. is stoppingat I YtWink

t' Mrs. Free'nnd'H.. } .- *0. f '\ :, ,, \\th a Cl Cl c we\r\ Gltie C lea!

i' A Social "Departure." i H c c cr
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t'> X not; stylish reception: \ wan given bv t.. i Thtla
e.' AIM Dr: Wm. Andtrnon at herri' !idiMit'e
on Fort King avenue last Saturday! after- I' L. I N ';l:+ [ N:1: Igochit
noon. The reception\ was, (given in honor .
('I f her aunt ami\ ('OII.lnlrs.: and Miss I II

)upending<:Olnn.of* the winter North Carolina in our ,little who, city.are h nelarl-; : ;;: : kf iti Specialty, ida U

About sixty i invitations were l8.'iuftd' Jtefm : ) ty.
hm nifc,: counting: of iix-M-ream, .. .... ---- -- den
Btrawbeirief, (cakes etc. were nerved and : : 'WN-L -0LocAun son
Iftflfd' from four until six TA-i are
the reception} -( or cart
Jt claimed that Ocala is not 0VaT: SInK gal t
o'clock, M KOU : L0 0KU" : Fon lou30l\ eriongh. and we hope that this! :
elegant reception} will introduce a ",I'e $25.00. I $25.00. II III 3aWssLAND'IjS.1 In dare

parture" in ourxucial. customs\ that will ..I-.................................................. ......... -.---...... ----.........
folio*' fdbv othorr.ThC. \
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lOth pt )1PrlYlleoq'tt of the Flori M rPf IsTi."F'I() ;1..1t '"Ts''j I 'fr;'; 'Olt Fr ; :T tr yTf D Y'S LY In"j:"'" I j --.
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da.The International handsome and President 6emi: Tropical! Exposition .._......................,.................-.....-............. _.... -_...........................-......_........_......_......_...-... .-..........-.i-......-.....---... -i l"- I 1-f{ a h
> has been exceedingly? I numw.fnl THE BEACON & CON & :
"days" at the Kxpomtion: ( but as happy CpvPA S
and Bucceasful as t they were to him, AB3THAC3T... COMPAKTffl ar
they will ivll.lw fvrpatten. i ip; a still The first t in the field I New Semi-Tropical addition to the City of Ocala Anderson's new addition --... I __'
greater day, which has been not apart adjoins the Semi-Tropical Exposition grounds. Three hundred lots now offered at $25 each, for thirty days "1.5 'lIJE .u ( ': TUE 7.1

(specially for him and which still make only. is elevated and overlooks the city. South street is now being graded to the propert. PMC11'1,."GET.. ; TIlE I Ac71.; :,001':1

11\1\ happiness' ('()"mplt'h.'flit'column of the follow 7m.lug" -, The proposed "dummy line," when completed, will add 100 per cent. to the value of every. lot. Lots can be j

fronVth explatna* society It allTh.FOthofAprmiwlllhe.adas: paid for on the installment plan, if desired. No commissions, no agents ; buy direct from owner. The editorof OrrIcK, .. 1'-()
ehioa, < longto be rel" the BANNER will select lots for non-resideuts. "Get in on the ground lloor." Plat can be seen at office of : t .. v.'LHott e

memtered br ) 1KU. KoUiittw on that II. L. Anderson or oddre8 II. L. An demon, Lock Box 125 Ocala, Fla. -, ,r; v :
Uklug M Jr. '(" W.
she 'bangf'1 her cane eta ---
dar wnlOn.of o.ttl..n. to t4 w'IIIIeD turd. The -: ..
conlratulatlonl of host M f'll1t. malt the Ill D8 FOR 00 A I,A ItHJM l1CCILUU1.

bal'l'1 menu*alll1 to hu citytbeing temltlred| .ur'*thf n-grrt tht'lr 1IUIL.DINO.XTOTICK I' THE OCALA HOUSE. E. B. R R1CHARpS
over the loa 1 of ao fAir f t member. of IOCh'tf u .HARDSON
riitntv Miaa Jielle The tint few dart (If their IS HKKEBY <;TIIATSKALKD: ., ,
/ P*"* IN U>lctl for ereuWyt) the lk:ale I Hltrb School liulMtig T1( _T1lE-
tlf .1Lo4y ofttltegr iMueleoriIewiltkeaUI \ \ { will l la ceivvd by the rrutirv* of !the()cats I r ____ __ \he C
brltieoylloaliol& alvuf1 tii'-'3lthr't'( | ( the comlnjMr ll&li school oath April lat, IN" fiats andspmctdcatlonS Finest LI very Ini t ie lvor1ln
[ mooLb. flow redy at the ottlce of T. J. CItJ eat
in Ovala, Kluuk, an-hltect. The 1' reserve the P'lv-I : !
Wilson's bOAt of friends ,like of rejecting any or all Md. hoods for faithful o jagg
I r; extend th,*rfongTatuJiUionBj! advance rrfonuanceof contract to be given fetid In I The Leading Hotel of the City O"SA.LESSt
j. and that jbl' !wi r..hJnUln"lthI6wll | tUUto K. E. IIAKK18. LEADING; S4LES>
i Chairman: Meant Tnmtwva Ocala Hluh Kcbool.Att TABLl 'D \
CTpwfcreJ > **n d bl* C.lrbride. '
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) JUDCn t -\\M. KOX Secretary .
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finest anti best variety, to be of had orange 01Y' DRS. G. H. & J. C. PERI N E, UNSURPASSED IN APPOINTMENTS TO ANY IN TIlE STATE! GEORGE MCKAY, Oi ROE 4cP'ARCFIITEar' BDWIJSJI. tJ1
the least money
fur 1))
tree" a .J. W.<* *.*"'* W.AJTa tlMivi Resident Dentists. ANDS z) CU" Eq.A.}; .
1 "t. J.\ 1, -j -'t *, FII\t. lUCBCOXNTB'' NATIONAL, BANK BUILDING< 1 I- t'<1) ...:.w.....;.. AxD >o
-- 1ksd
-1 Foral* fr4 .d i 05
--.UP.ItE-1 AM.u..n.n.H.- All branch. of deutlMry. Teeth filled aadpnwrred. Inside and Out rAND ,, on. ," r ----
KooU crowned with porcelain or goad Repainted ]! *. 0 Prvv;/ J :

...f1 s .-. :teeth.f flm-clMi Artificial: dentistry m4 tram one at moderate tixttH to a prtcea.tall aet.JlrtcUr OmCB-EWDMU;, t g I' "ft tL.,.. .r :!to rtJIf
iotb6pRltet' It tIt N ... .... n
l. .... .11..t.T..1. 1".1. : TOOTH rownta A ar atTT OCALA, .. TLORiiafe, 1OCAI .' .

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FtttER: A CIIACRD1fvrtsTv. e
e i0; ( BfSl t >r'11. CYlQOODS I I. J. BROKAW, ftOTTXM 'lie 1 J- BROKl1

STATIONERY. mmmt-mmmmmmmmmmm*
AND 8r'.'clal attention.iven to Crown Bridgework, | I .....= t \ --
Oo}dplalM and all flrt--laM ojrttlon pertain* caw \ 19r.I b
iJijjT lagtorltt, i..wal .d. t.. admtnUterta tortb* O oN
oTFIE u E r /.icza.j MlnlM* estrarilou of teeth. Oflice In rlntNatonal BEAUTIFUL LAWNS 'aROni6 l lI I "
Bent I BuU\ Oet 1 tf AND CROJUETfaTwM '8ERt I SF
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