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 30, 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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THE sb OCALA BANNER a' e 1'.

\ OCALA MARCH 30 1889.
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HT 9F HOME EWSV"don't Our Trip to Tampa. Ridiculous Eugene Field in Chicago Newt.ON12 FIRST KFFOUT8. CITY & COUNTYDIRECTORY. ,

l Notwithstanding the delegation sent Can anything be more ridiculous than OK llllilj NYK'8. I ;;' ",
tl1Ttl\bgkeyg Ed1to to Tampa to invite Mr.aevel.ind visit
: to for a priest minister or lay missionary of
= ourbemt-Tropical Exposition, failed in Christianity to go to the fiftli-etory backroom -- -- c1TY OFFICERS,

you call on "Y" the j: 1- their minion, the trip was none the less of a tenement house, and tell a AThrilling1'leceofVCTM'1 Pnbllsctl Major-Dr. Thou. P. nary

enjoyed by them. wan-faced, emaciated fewlnc-woman, In His Earllt"r na7' Clerk A. Hnllock.Manbal .
_______ dbfebtd We left here at 2 oVIock in the after- and - who lives tea bread-and-butter different
hut t on time have read '
different visit
At I'
daily collector-F. \ uu
f comes out on All-fools noon and reached Tampa at V, taking and works sixteen hours a day to read stories upon the subject of the "dis AandMor-1>, K. Molver.

supper at Lakeland. the Bible believe on the Lord Jesus The tradition Trt'UUftr-lt. It. Buowdcn.ifiy ,
of Bill Nve. popular
Orer l40b It had been four since last covery" Attorney-tUliT, tureen
..II.--e-r-e years our of the
church partake
Christ come to the .
the Denver JVifeun was Punn.J
elhibition is that Hx.ldentof l"Ullcll-Jno. F
bib y lIay. on visit to Tampa, in which time the city blessed sacraments and be saved ? What first that recognized the merits of IVmnlof Abtt'mlE'II-J. r, 1ms' K. W. Agnew

has been stricken with yellow fever, yet, time has she to read the Bible ? Look paper them. J. T. Kowelw K. U UontHK.U.
.Ia Taylor is I nay down-I; price on Chit'go notwithstanding which, it has made a about her room ? There is not so much the genial humorist (that exploited Nye'rontrl- m ;taIeJ't! I. Urown and W. U. Mar-

meetfl Price his meet! before surprisingly rapid growth Ybor City bit of to be found she' It 8pl"'l\r"| howe\er hall.tdtntUry. i
bar I lIe here. you as a newspaper ; tinted to another Colorado paper before ln iH clor-W. T. King.
ha been built ; a tine bridge: has spanned works until she falls asleep six days, in his connection with the this COUNTY OFFICERS.

h river ; the city has been the week, and on Sunday i is too dull and 7nbun'l'Ii. N.
Colby' bind illuminate Jl .
I will 1 was the Georgetown Jmljre RIchaM Metnathy.County
: give a select with electric fights both
tan at the ElpoIIltlOO: pro. !, I stupid to care to read or to do anythingbut \ Patterson was then editor of that paper cierk-D.; A. Miller.
row at 3 buildinK to.mor. globe and incandescent ; a splendid ays- rest her racked and exhausted body. he the first ulitor we think to Shertrf-K. T, WilliamsAmwesneJ.
o'clock I and was ,
sharp. !tern of water works have been completed; I How can she believe on the Lord At C. Mathews.Uouector14 .
genius. any .
the Wyoming T. Wartmann, (Cltr
two banks have been established
; rows Jesus Christ? If tell her that to
Senator Dunn the .
left th- you contributed Georgetown Treaiurer N Pylea.Hurlnteud6iil
n rate Nye l
naps train of
elegant brick line both aides! "
t buildings all\ in Innlrufllon .1.
Him has been given )lower his fame readied Denver. o( J'ubllc
SIS aT hither he ws to at. of the business streets brick and Miner before ,
? ; stone heaven and on earth, and that the conditions IIP, KlemliiKton.
regular session We have of Mr. Nye Bret con- W. I'.
of the legislature have been laid down one TraM )' cmlllnmtasimtera-li. W. Long,
a pavements ; a which damn her to ceaseless, I tributions to the Miner, and we give, it .d. 11. Kou, K. M. IVrrin W. V. WllllaniRou. -
.I is in successful and three I meet the flnt,Monday -
Kiflts request all members of \ operation, or that takes his name, if she Inn liuinorist's early The County Conimtralonern
the comnj four one of the i>opular In month.
tobacco factories every
,* attend the monthly business give activity K-nt-o enough to comprehend the full works ; Mwnd, as containing a poem by School ItoarU-K. ..: Harris. !I.T. Wartmann,
meeting \I'nllst' 1S89. to trade and employment to several meaning of the doctrine of l'hri..t uspiacliml him third atlbrdintr an opportunity M. M. Moner A. U. Urlibii. I'. I.. DnrUoe.Kcbool .
thousand people. The population of in the "Christian world," she ; a* Uo. i d meets tint Monday I 1 In every month.
be to compare -
to such an as mav disposed
At the concert to-morrow; afternoon the city has been quadrupled. Mr. Ybor trill conclude: that it is more logic to despise NVP'H early work with" his later COUNTY HOARD OF HEALTH.

Messrs.I '! Amalotteand alone, we were told, \pays out twenty him his priest, ministers and
hutch ngs will repeat work, deriving from such rotnp.uiMon I'rt-Mdenl-Drf "'. I'. Gary.'t
the Rent and Aria from the Bo- thousand dollars week to his employee, missionaries, and the civilization which good evidencti that bin work is mxTuryt.: K.: H. HlrhardiHnt.*,
hemian Girl" for clarinet and baritone and the bank footings show that twenty bears his name than toboliexbon himor pretty MenJlvn-Dr. U. A. tlmll1.1, Anthony, .Moa.r a.
b, special request thousand more are )paid out weekly for hope for anything at his hands.: grt-ntly improved in quality : M. H. Mower and D>. II, irvin ,

other kinds of labor. The people are Why should she )partake of the sacraments WILL you 1.0IE WHEN I'M OI.U? 1JOAKD OK TRADE.

The Phirmx Club will give anotherof active and hopeful and business is brisk. of the church ? Is there any "The following. |poem was composed| J'rwildoiit, F. l .unn.Wrnthvn.

( their most enjoyable Germans next The Plant Investment Company is building power in Imptism and the eucharist to while the writer\ was recovering froii a Vice I"t-cretar1-Wul.!'resident-It Kox.A.

a t Tuesday.\! This dance will be given In a. hotel larger than the Ponce dc give her less work and more wl\gt's- \'l'f'iolt'nt attack! of bilious colic ; but loanlolHrveruora--A.I', Mn Jr.. 0. ;Uheln-

honor "if the visiting young ladies priorto Leon, and \\ hich will rival it in splendor.It two blessings Inch would be worth it it a sweet little Iliiiik', with a vein of seer Jno. K Pnnn J. II. Uringstoii) U. .A. ,'
Foe and H. W. Moody.1JUILD1NQ
t their departure, to their various summer presents a river frontage of live hundred more to her than any other of which the touchfulnesH running through it and i

I hornet) and eleven feet, and with iU wings can cOI1l'eiWllat has the church sticking out in places. There is Mime- AND LOAN. ASSOCIA.

---- is lover 1,100 feet long. The architectural done for her ? The church to her is a thing indescribably sad nlxxit it. Most TION.

Wehaveillroru good\ .uthority that design of this hotel is Turkish, great, rich selfish and heartless institution every one who ha read it felt sad after !I'rvildcnt-.C. Wilmer. ,

donnz the gay; and festive dance the and the workmanship and finish will be which not only sees her perish in they got through.. I don't know whetherI VIt'tlI'n.i
other night at the Exposition! Captain beautiful. beyond description. These misery and want, but declares that the I shall have it set' to music no long a* I It.wMut 1 an Duceturs-J1'.I.aoccsler>l Tn' llft'r.--I.oul.! Fox.r. Isaac i'ltel i '

(CVy was seen to cruse his feet six times magnificent buildings, the Ponce de civilization which drives her to this extremity can sing it, or preserve it in alcohol : I ""h\'IUI. I. Brown, M. KUhvL.. E. Dulout.ct| II. I).

white watching the merry' 'rounds. Leon, Alcazar and Cordova, at St. Augustine ; is precisely what" it IlwuhllJc; by ParllnKl have often Ihollllb :Zacbarlai and K, A. llurlord.

'Dts' will nebber do'Captaia.Mr. and the Plant hotel at Tampa, begin her own fault. -Rev. 7/ug/i 0. 1'rntecott. '1 hat I'd put my racket In, OCALA RIFLES. .. scaptainlap

to give faint glimpses of Florida's -- Hut lye liatl Ui I linen onTo A. Nanh.
John S. Heckerand wife, (of self future. It will be the winter rendezvous: Hotel Arrivals the music of four chin Flrllt'1.lcut\'lIaut-U.> U. McPonnell.

raising/ flour celebrity) of New York, are ofthewl"althofthe: nation, and as a pleasure MONTKZVMA HOTEL, March aO--T M Will you love me when I'm old, Second Llfiitenant t.:. Wllllauu.
ttkhe Ocala House hating made the And licks are turned to T Forty McniU'ri.
: resort will pale into insignificance my 1418/
Uitkards Candler. K M Dumirl-! :
trl from I'alatka here for thepirposeof Turner Wo bun Into my ear FIRE COMPANY
> expressly the fame and splendor of Naples and
Ion Joseph Wilcox, 11, K With your grand aud !flowery play .
and ; ; Chief-T. I) l.iinca ter.
<: visiting our Exposition: Venice in their most halcyon days. had
Lough lieddick T 1) Crawford, N. K; .n.mall-lII.url'C1. Khelnauer.
jrfc delighted with the Semt-Tropical, it no rich lands, no beautiful springs' C: F Sanchez, Gainesville; F C.j New; When I weigh :JIKI i">un our city and the entire country. He rivers and lakes, no choice and rare productions ; Casey, Will you keep your love for in* T Second awUtant...W. U. MarahalLhvtTftary
York E A Lough Princeton New York Will 'l'1'ttM heart,
; ; you prninUw. your i -J. II. M.UIU.1'wentJ.tlvc }
m wilhpend nut wmter1tb us. of field and garden, iU0ofl and N C Petit, Waldo; J. Johnson and wife, That you 11 bold me on your knee T membrn.
still be rich in-
delicious climate would a
XLw Annie Gruelle, daughter of the heritage Florida is destined to have the New Jureey. Shall we be the same u now HOOK AND LADDERJCOMHANY. '

late Major Grtielle, former :superintendent richest and densest population of OCALA HOUSE-J P Bishop New York i; 'After we'have older grown ? J'rel"ItJllt-A! Palmer '
any \\ troubled with a boll .
Kort-mau-\\llki i
ol the S. !y 0. & (i. railroad, is State in the Union. It is the history of Aviad Saundstroui, New \ork; W wGribbs ,t.I'art you be my 'owneat own T AmlMlaul-VtelU Itlfharlwia." .nIL .t

in the city visiting per many friends. all peninsulas, and Florida, with its and wife, Indiana; J T Jackson, Twenty luvmbera ,
with Mrs.[ Boothy and will New York L A bhattock:> and wife, When your bait I U dapple gray
6be i is staying lovely climate, valuable woods, early ; And I cannot make It curl, TULULA LODGE NO aa, I. O. O. ir.
probably remain two or three weeks, vegetable and rare fruits and flowers, Fruitland Park; L C; Paiau and "it'll. Shill 1 Iw your solid 'ard- (IMectseveryTuedayevenimmg.I\ ],
Blue and other Wilkesbarre. I'". Henry Hands La l'urt More than the blrodglrl T
making ,visits to Springs will be no exception to the rule, but ; *> W. II. (:halllt!. N. U.' d

point!ut interest, there is every reason to believe that she ludiaua; h Ktockuell, Cincinnati; 0.; Will hover o'er hwul W. M. I'hlllilw: I Secretary c. G,
W W Smith and wife S. you my All 1 brother Invited
will break the record and be richer in Poughkeepsie, When I'm going! up the Hume twill vUilliitf cordially

The Levy county triplets proved 'a population and wealth, and the luxuries Y; Famuel; Chandler, IVIatka; John V you weep|i and |law the ground OCALA CHAPTER NO. 13, R. A.M: t
attraction at the Kipositon baby other llecker and wife, New York; Mr. and When I'm planted In the tomb
rreat that these things bring than
any Ocala Chapter No. 13, R. A. W, Convocations:
she, One !boy and two girls aged 21 peninaula on the globe. Her Flaglersand Mrs. Acclanksou: New York; U UambU, Will you watch the lowly spot Dm Monday uiuutlii every month.II. .

" monitig. die children of JKt'pland Plants, her railroads and hotels, will Jacksonville; U 11 Kobinsoti and wife, Where your loved one's Suit li laid" W. lose II. r ,. '

Inan-ia- lJeor t'. The father is a Penn- but hasten these predictions., Helena, Montana; C; A Birck, :New York; Wltb your th'it gun cocked and prlmrd, J, 8. FHAIKR, fckTrrury.PRESBYTERIAN.
for the student wltb his TWill '
I ] and the mother a 'native Our delegation were shown special ZTMullin, Minneapolis; W W Hami spade CHURCH. '

Fforidian"' A totlcP3aplarents i' of .3.'> courtesies by Major Jackson, Mr. Ft>Me rider ton, Mumeai>oliH; Mr. and Mrs ti. i:. .. you sh tot him lull or notes Kcv. W. II. liurw"I. I'a'ior.Kablwlh ;tr
by the Wilder Mr. and Mrs. N W line and II hit dlj.III..lln.IIRJ tomb t
: and other whom .
wu presented Mr. fealomonbon =io services at 11 a. M ted 7 r. M. Sunday
Will him
1 1.dies' we in their name, return special thanks. daughter, Boston; F A Gliddeu and wife To you hit l long Mini, eternal I by I home eipn-M? School. at 9:::ipi A. M. ; rte tnes.iay. evening lecture ti
-- -- Conant with the generosity thatis Cleveland, Ohio; Kev. C B Wilmer, city; .t 7:30.: Scan: free, The public onrdlally lovlt tl.
: of Philadelphia.Jattdi Major
Wilcoi "Anyone sending n>e >il as an evi
[ :: Ke'l"ral1rllltenilD A 8 Kelly, Citra Mrs. Hooker Miss EPISCOPAL CHURCH 'hltta
of his nature voluntarily placedspecial ;
who has spent a part deuce of good I faith will receive the answers y
g Fetdu! gist parlor, car at the command of Williams/ N. S. Williams, T. H. Hooker,,
FlJnda rtudyingitgeolog CM the various conundrums ..
l to pro c II. WILMIK, hector
Halifax Jo
It ; Porter
I l is In our city and is stopping the delegation, had Mr. Cleveland and ; city. |Hjiinded in this little gem." IIenbllll: every Huud .yat lu.41: : a. m., sod 7:15: j>.
I formatIOn We are gratified tostAte accepted the invitation to visit to., standard lime HvatafriMt. dun the MontexuiM I parr At the Churches To-Morrow. --- W. ii. ; *
Ia' at manaew of the Semi. The! Remit Cure fHftio for the kidneys tap. in., ChambvrUiin.Hupertntendent. i
that Exposition hate prevailed. on Mr. J. N. Str bhar elicited the con MITIIOIJIST CIICKCII--liev. John B. and lungs and) the Rapid Oxygen Cure -n. ___.. ___
Tropical the tinusdthanks of the delegation for many j. I/ey, Pastor. Preaching at 10.45: a. m. for .
deliver a consumption, now on sale at the
Prof. Wilcox to lectureew onl l nobuildin special courtesies show them during the and 7:15: p. in. Morning subject, "A Palace I'rug Store, are reliable remedies. TRAVELER'S GUIDE
of our State, and in his absence it Vital Question," Matt zxii chapter 4Uveree. .
geology some time entire trip was ------ --
i>rei>ared from the pte criptionsof Dr.nhattuck .
in the [xpoliition unanimously decided that he should"chaperone" I. Evening subject "Christianity Medical Superintendent! of the! Schedule of the S. S, O. A O. R. R.
week. the delegation when the Verified by 'act," Public cordially in
next Beats %Hmttburi;, 1'eiui., Sanitarium, one of Arrive from llomcmiuKw,, ,.. .......... .......... H.ti r K 4 s
that our readers will not trip to Cuba" should take place. free. Ushers the most! 'morally known medical: InMi- Leave Deals fur 1I0ul".",........................ KJO: A M A
I We Lope little daily is the only Uncle" Jim Clarke was "all round BAPTIST UVRcu--tunday school 030 lions in the country.e30mcm: } dlt wl lU-turniiiK ft.: that our Leans IHaU fur llotui > .. at.... .. ..._ .
think in the burry of going to and man" and added much to the pleasureof a. m., :Sermon 10:45: a. m., subject "Ths wi 6.40 P'"

paper tbat Ol1stakt'II, typoiraphical: the trip and was voted the popular Offence of Christ." Prayer meeting 7 Iellghtful Excursions Dally F, C. &: P. R. K., (Old F. R. a N. Line,)

mates Mistakes occur in the tart man of t he party. 1'. m. Sermon 7:30 p. ni., subject, Mllin- Schedule. '
otber.\8e.\ offices. They creep General Bullock, by the splendid deranges to Serving the Lord. :Silver Hpiin arid Ot'klawahlIUvt'f

regulates 1 printing. evenyesterday in which he acnuitted niuuvlf I steamer Kurrka; ," Captain: Coons, leaves '-. Minger koutii tIC/un.l .......,......._.2:1:1": :
good) a paper manner EPISCOPAL CUDBCII-Hev. C. Ii. WjlmerHtHJtor. .. .. ...
!! into added I for UraliNruville after the arrival of the >oth iMjund _'_ 1:41 PM
ID IJOIetllntt' For I intanee in in his speech to Mr. Cleveland Morning services at 10:30 subject I Paseuger .. ............?.... (.*7P III
solos f.-J, of :)lr. Cleveland and rich laurel to his reputation by all who : "Excuses." Evening services. at morning. train from Ocala and returning Yn-IICIIL ...,_.......... 100 P M m'
in time for
I to connect with
the |passengers
asMr heard him. colic BOtNl;
noting gentleman "
inolfn a 7:30, subject: "Heligion of Men All
well evening train fur Ocala 211 miles! -fare
it 31. IL ) OT Y.8. ; I
rty T. (. invited. :: ::
pa g the
Plant from Ocala and return tl.50. dSfeb2mbargains
1!. Governor Fitzhugh Lee, I The delegation stopped at the Plant .::
Another Valuahln -- ---
FitahuhMap1eolms Lee. These are only a house and feasted on flab and oysters, Count AoMIton Kihiblt.Mrs. tu Citrus 1'-njl'r .........'? 10:U P H 4A
B'r that will occur. They served in all styles. / In Hesldence b.tll. WILL UoFkiNi, l>Tow. ticket Agnt.

"sy an,1 lt 19 eonWhetnatlie, The delegatian desires also to speak a E. B. Richardson, formerly 'Jf Person* desiring business or residencelots F. 8. R. R. Time Table.

are onaioillable nut good word for the Tremont hotelat this city, but now residing in i'ltrus adjacent to the public square hand! +4

lDore art' opened to Lord Lakeland. The service is good and county, placed on exhibition today) at Home and desirable \ call MOUTH ocean: -', i
lha India. "loot 'ro..t'rty11 on Ivw lu Ocala.................. J
of the House ofLorJain clean .nll1\ comfortable a'*" the Rrmn1\-Tropical, handsome spec, '\imt-ns Passenger; an.. 1:6.1. M A.J
treasure w'as tOed by the tx>d la are ,. Paul Jones! at office nf Bullock) III Clin.nd he ftJr arrroj1r1&lIng i large springs and dowry pillows can make of lace work and also a beautiful table owner, lives In Toxas, will bn II a .. ..._.."_ 9JM A M i
lJ>nJol1 use, he exclaimed ; them. scarf, all of which were executed by her in the. city for one week from to-day. Purchasers .....w".11Abaa ,

eullli to his mwu am, Idtooko50 Lakeland is a pretty place and well self. Those attending the Exposition an: now secure a bargain. KOHTM BOVMtt A

I 'M Lorli 'but that named. Four beautiful lakes are in view should be sure In see these valuable Acquisition I 18inard6twlt Passenger.. and.ves. to Ocala.-.. .._.......... 7.13A r )
\ !S.TO" to the Citron exhibit.T I ---- --- ., .liar P M ,
j that 1 of the town.Citizens Krtlchl :::: : = ,
Taylor keeps Georgia butter and JJ : : "' !
ittle," .-- of Tampa accompanied the > OCALA DAILY BANNER has vegetables ................_I:06.A: r
and if given and flub, live him a call.
Note" tie f to cigar
: delegation ;
; Court hundred from Tampa amt notice that it will "fall by the wayside" --- -- - -- -- -- --
"eUII'\ of one Dtnham them to Port to-day unless the citizens give saUtan- R. 1'::. YON QUA: C).. The Ocala Plump ,3IA'tTY.IVN HALK.

Agcul| a jury in the and treated them to every courtesy. tial evidence that they desire it to conI bers. ('ailliod examinv their line stock
to draw the ca.8d callfld The trip will long be remembered an a and) work al A FINAL DE-
tlnue. Or&la's boom vet g'KMl reasonable pricesd3ldeclrn UNDERANDRYVIRTUEOP
cannot continue
case umnou..t: witness agreeable ana pleasant one in all I by the Uoo. t,
important .
tiled that; attend Ind most fact that the without the little daily to push it, and I J. flnl .Judge rib. Circuit 1'ouK. In and fur
JJ"it pilek to >ecU. so much so in -- -- Marion Via the *th ,
iu tou leI rep| I. we tint that it will bo generouidjr iuttainH. on d"ra: February ,
j ont'f U" CO UD delegatidn will be enlarged and the trip JranU Musical' Event moss wherein 1 WM appXnt Maour In i
torn "bll'b fart otem. which w'asg repeated later in the season.FAitot 1. The failure of no oU.'r one buai- Mrs. Ankle O Parker, director of the I a. certain ciu. therein pending between HKMKY }
dis- ) nets could prove to injurious to the M. IIOLMKH. ft al, teuuton ot the MUM' of
t Wr a the alecial. fen ire HnimfTThe Ocala dtleg ttloo to Tsum progress of the tlly.-.G teJ and then April 12ih give another one of her and UFHUK! LYONS, as al, M cUfetwi-
to iiwe -
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I* d *lre through your later and, I will nft>r al publto axle on ''
grand musical entertainment, and
t the
rwrte.Iet recrlve' al we
cb sincere (banks (w many If you want good Florida beef ,go to MOMA.A I'SJL 13 r. Isle.
[ of Lb. civil ftatboutlrt and the Board of feel safe In saying it WUl'Ulp6.8 all ,ousednov.1 '
tirmtirlUmaspaymniledatoydrange hands Taylor's Stalls 3Utncli3teMore previous In front of lbs court Siesta, Fonda
+ .Convicted Trade of the dtT of Tampa and Iteesn.for personal Halomonoo atUotloot --- efforts in that line within ,be lecal; hour*, and leU V>U.e hlihcat<1.
from' Mayor Jaekon, der for cash, tl he brilowinf deaertb real k,
to Mamn. Ulajowkl. people from disease
today ITa wn4en and otbera. lnd.U 4 for Boarding House to Rent at Crystal ty. situated to Martoii County, Mortda. r-per.
Lalan wear* without
and the real
S&SSF- CarruUt suspecting
i lflc.iitIndustrie The cut half of the *outkaM quarter of. section
and ru mai>
In Tkwlnj Ybor i- O. Xiktc., **/!. than from any other cause, but If Shat. Illver. flv*. aM northwest awMicr of northeast quarter
*- luck'a Specific be resorted to la season or A large and commodious boarding acciluo eight.; all in tows&Llp> .aftMO... south, *

".e''; ess Tbe Bed Grocery Magnolia street U I whenever weariness across the kid. house with servants' home, stables, twenty aorM,aat.eonuliilnf more CII'' l.a.. hundred and ,

t l'faJ001U" the placa9 bqj your groceries.If. : oeysis felt the danger will be averted. yard, etc, to rent on easy term. Address, (Tb shoes ogle to portioned anti Koadar, +'
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';' JIIIE OCALA DAtLy SAMEIi.f Brother Raskin. SINGLE TAX. land and Wales was owns d In 1873 by
,.., K-SH than 1.00Q.OOO People At. Hut tltn* UalcG i ir
Our good Hro. Bank in is out in an article ttBst PRINCtPLX8.The the mpulalion of those two countries! Dmg0.l
OC"'LAiLA fIgClt40: 1889 in the .
more than a column long
.:J' .., law of man's nature is the fouri' was more than 22,000YIOwhile
: Free Prm, about the Farmer's Alliance. all to each inhabited
dation and }proper'h-ol l of positivelaw. a/ number of people
., F. B. HARRIS, ,,Editor.. He proceeds but a little shot ways, before In framing; constitution and codes, house w as 5.3. lobe. beyond the reach --- .--'
a' us: -
tires off the following (
the end lh usually is and always of cavil, let us assume!'! that no inhabited u
i-,' ----- Bjlfl'luhat And right here hisfearof 1 wish to the say to order tho editor going of Into the should be kept in view is to secure the boure was occupied by more than one WHOLESA1Betail

; politic are not well) fouuded. people in the enjoyment of their rights. family, thns making each family consistof ,;

,t Let's M-e. The lion and Rev 11ro.I that is to say of their natural rights. 53ponp1e: on the average. Then supposing

I lingers, of Huwanee countV, the President Positive law creates no rights. Its solo every land owner to have been --AND---
L'L of tin order, is member of the function is to secure or vindicate the the head of a family of l 5.S people, the _
j I I Legislature and a much more active\llOli- rights existing by nature. There is no largest number that could in any sense I DrulALT.

t. I titian than he I is a preacher, though nota immunity from injury tf any description have been said to have land of their -
'" successful one. At theSt. AUgUHI that does not belong of right to every own WitH 5,300,000:: ; that is to say on the 1
: very -0-
,' I|I tine Convention be struggled harder fora person by nature. If there were no law most liberal calculation of land owners,
I cabinet position than any man we against Iftreenor murder, for example there wore more titan 17,000,000 land ''ess KINDS OKDILS J Il

ever law or ever care to !ve'\ again Ho yet no man would have a right to steal people in England: and and Wales md
tried to 'bring to boar upon from or kill another. As a general we may safely assume that there are at l STATIONERY T

i ii it 1. the Convention, the fact of his being: a proposition, then, it may be stated that leant as many to-day. .
,, farmer and a member of the Alliance to the cole business of human haws, nay of "Upon what basis do these seventeen -AND-

obtain the nomination.Hro. government, is to secure to individualsthe millions live ? Manifestly upon the sufferance FANCY ARTICL1

JJa kln, is! an active member of enjoyment of their natural rights; of the land owners-a sufferance
There are about 11,000 remedies mentioned the order in this county, and is a member and If men would obey the laws of nature that has to be paid for in the shape of In Complete Stc

In the fifteenth edition of the of the I-egiMature.! without compulsion, we should rent. It illegal forone of hem merelyto -0-- 1

"United States' Dispensatory' Each ill Hut Bro. lia!'\kin may he right. Our have no need of either government. or set foot upon the land of another with- We handle none bnt the finest brand i
;t. that flesh ia beir to must be more than fears of the Order going into politics positive: law. out his consent. If then the land-owners I Headquarter for Wall Paper and UardiWltlGIIT
r; well drugged. may be groundless' but nevertheless we The object of human laws being to enforce should cdmbine and forbid them to come A FRAZBKJjjPciuc
observe that its most' activive members natural law, it follows that any I upon their land, and the owners of other
'." During February over five thousand' have mot "itching pamls" for office.It human law which contravenes natural i countries should refuse to receive them, SQUARE : : : ocj

., negroes left North Carolina for the West has been- observed that a man huntIng law Is bad. The ideal of I they would, if they recognizedtheclaimsof

and Southwest, and farmers were expe: office is wise to sprinkle' his bat with human law is perfect conformity to I the landowners, have nothing left but

".. riencing difficulty in securing: help on hay seed Bro. Ha kin Is not satisfied natural law. Unfortunately those who to die. Nor does it make any diflereiv .
account of the exodus. with merely carrying hay seed in his have had tbe Baking of laws have been that no such order will be made or COIL,1

hat, but we fear is' bedecking his entire subject to the hnman weaknesses of be enforced. If private persons can GIVEN a
i .! During the month of Jannary there person' with a liberal supply! of this ensign ignorance and Heln>liness; so that it has rightfully own the land, the have the ;. a

..... were 2,000,000 of standard dollars coined for ollire. happened that in all governmental systems right to make the order, and [it is rights;:
t at the mint in Philadelphia. There were Bro. Ba! kin says further : there have been! some! bad laws we are investigating( at present.! If private AWA

also turned out t-80,000 in small silver Now to my Wends who oppose thin order, the enacted and some bad institutions'\ entablUhed. property\ in land is right, the landowners .
;' Change, and 08,000 pemlios. merchant who Rn>. Harris think* we have setout !' Reform consists in changing of England: havethe right to ban ,..
when to the nun/ermeresreunableto I want to know what buy you your will good ao. a bad law or institution so as to make it.. ish seventeen millions of Englishmen, !I homebody; as"found'n.i- 'out at i last- an

There are 000 building associations in conform: to the natural law. For instance and, supposing other countries unwilling i giving away the secret by which has I
Bro. BaxLin should be accurate.
i the State of Pennsylvania, whose' shares Bro. Harris IUllll1t.ver believed more, nor hasnever slavery violated the natural law to receive them, as usually they would _: cured__.........................
represent' a cash value of $00,000.000. said that this order has "..elout. of.quarhthUi to liberty. In abolishing be all at one time, have the right; to put '
Illinois has over 300 building and loan ruin the,merchants." slavery- we conformed' our system in that them to death. Monstrous ad such a ROWELL'SBIG F s s4

associations with $25,000,000 in active to On March 7th, the BANNER printed an particular to the law of nature. So:; of thing seeing!!, it is a sober and irresistible! .; ,
Investment. other social reform. The English
every ; deduction: from
article w hick was headed: "A :.Sensible:; rbolitionof unquestionable premises. 4
revolution of 1088, the partial In England at least, therefore, the law ofequal
Alliance Man, which !perhaps is t the
Two yoivhc men, of Three llivers, I article troubling Bro. Buskin's brain. despotism in many other countries, right to life is in direct conflict BUSINE
t Mich., John Yager and George Bhultice.; the abolition of religious test, the extension with the right to private in
The lathe articlu property
enlisted together during the war servesin : of the suffrage, and others, will land '" ..
4 G' the name company, fought in the sumo "The Americu A'enmttr quotes"a member of the readily occur as examples.As "But will : And now: the secret"has: bee. 'tne public;
some one .
sat- know
Fanners' Alliance a* follow: 1 have made up (as we
i and town talk there U
battles, fame homo together, and I died fn? mind that If we fanners want to bo successtel we have not yet gotten a perft'ctS'lItf'11l many have said) "our condition is differ : ertjr lug quiet'o we admit that the no use secret our
within hour of each other In our orKHubatton I and attain I the end vre of laws and Institutions, we may
this one day aim at, we must mind our own buMnew We cannot reasonably expect other I leforms to t Iw>> ent. There is in this country! plenty of !..great! .trade. ..U..,........ ..........__..... __._
land to be had for the !"
anon) to b> meddliliK with legislation; and taking Without .
--.. -- -- antagonizing/ all\ other organization* and occupations. proposed The principles already stated stopping to debate this
.. A paper has been"eHtablished, the obJect If we do our organization' wl1I0t last supply us with a perfect test for any that winch in, however, for all practical TO SELL THE B
long/ and we shall lose what Utile ground we for consideration. But two purposea
of which id to bring ,churches\ have gained:' may come up false, let us consider the matter on
E together It begins to bring about thin ''NVercupeclfil: 'mend the aim <]iu>tioMS Ila"tto be answered in anyrase principle. If one person mav rightfully -AND-

union &II follows: to the I IIIt'mLl'n.hi".!)!) oi the Alliance, in : 1st. Is the existing la 1or institution ) appropriate land, it is! clear, on the piinciple Ask the Lowe'
? and 2nd. Is the

t The wafer U, tin. |ih'uliitt, wrong proposed of equal rights, that another !
\ nv1541Icranle'rnhdtlwtightful may
And I ) conforming it
lu twin. to
sprinkling change adequate
: : d\ the and
I ulltr'i i same, so on, till all the land
,f It wants everybody to be baptized\ by I "Tht"dllliah ii 1V,y., quoting the language to natiual law', itself being right Un is privately appropriated, and some men 'I"BeKt'Rond;: and loweat; priori; In brief'IsI '
f l immersion.! Of course it will succeed ices refor us ui ,ii any line are entitledto are left landless. The private i Mils our store with customer and nuak

t t. on that platform. "Georgia, attributed Alliance,tthin comments member\upon of it the in an affirmative answer to each of these of the smallest patch involves appropriation the L i household. ,word. of the. _name. L_ ,

t l __ __ ___<_ languagedirectly in line with the advice questions!', their propositions may be private appropriation of all. If you permit .
: The marriage of Sir. Justice Gray to rejected without further a stream of water ROWELLf
, : the BANNEK haM'en on more than doctrine no large* than M T y
( '. Mitts Jeannette Matthews, daughter of one occasion. The .\tirt hays : propose to subject the single tax straw to run o\'l'rthe dykes, Holland will
to this tt'bt.Perhaps .b., inundated. If f
the late Justice Matthews, has been admit the
This farmer baa a level heud. If the head of the most important of all the principie ... .
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postponed on account of the death of the all the other farmer lu the alliancewere of private property in land, the results -
, .;. tter. Justice Gray (U nut a young man, as level the alliance would! soon laws of nature applicable to the solution of the operation of that principlmuni ;. fI
',' .being54 old therefisresaysaspecacal ( t* a i>owe rful 1 organization and of incalculable of social problems, is that stated in the be admitted alxo. I
years ; benefit to 1 lu members. If It permits itwlf to be
the effect
it is but natural that hedoes not care drawn Into |>uliU<'s, however, it y,\1.0<111 cease declaration of independence to It might ixjssibly be urged that private Millinery! Millinj i
;.. to long pofttjxme his happiness. Tho ac to lime the .nundeuceof lt- member, and will : that all turn are born with equal natural ownership land could benconciled with > ,
quaintance of the couple began at the gradually fall tn pieces. What ban the alliance rights. We shall not in this countryand equality of natural right by division of
to do with l>ioilllr anyway' It U in a business this
bedside. of the late justice between whom I in this day slop to argue propo- the land the +
organization, and it ought to devote Its attention I among people; but this is *.
and Jasticu Gray there was a strong bond strictly to basinet Aa loon a* any of It. officers sition. The declaration independence manifestly impossible that 1\'e don't deem Our Milliner is at home i agj

r of friendship. I how realKnatlon Indication ought to of be a demanded politic ambition, because their If re declares shall' assume that that i it is it self-evident is. and we it necessary to consider it, further than I ................ M...., .,..,,.,...,,., .
tanned in nee, they will try to use the alliance natural I is 1 to nay that it would recognize tho prin | JUST FROM '
these equal rights THE NOEverythnFrt
lR81''>> during hurricane to advance their tnlltlealuterestj.. Among cipln upon which the single tax doctrine {
On 25
h, August. ,
A man who, seeks political I preferment It not asa the right to life. Let it he observed that
"t: on the mast of Florida, the Niagara"rescued rule for is founded, viz : the right of the peopleto
tit buMneia and an organization thatthe this is a right, not a matter of favor. lytth a Full and corn piste B .
the crew of the German bark liuslnvia men want for businea pur. ;>om>i. the disregard existing land titles, and the
"Caroline." The other day Captain 8. IA-I the alllnuve! keep out of 1.olltiCII and it will Each man has precisely same rightto question between it and the single tax
littoorue a power. let it gu and it life as any other man ; and no man or
would be
V. Dennis, who commanded the Niaga will become a wrick'' set of men can rightfully: limit or qualifythe one expediency merely. FINE l\IILLlr
t -. ra" at the time of the rescue, received It appears then that private ownership ,
It will be well for the alliance wellas in other. It is absolute .
from the German Emperor| a handsome for Bro. Ruskin to cherish and as follow except right who, n any limitation of it in an individual of land is as much in conflict with the : ::::]::F::: ( : <; t

goH watch, with the vignette and monogram this advice. The editor of the B\NNKU becomes necessary in consequence law of equal rights in this country as in I 0oGOODSGUABANlefford'i -f "',

r S of the Emperor ('n ra\'t'III1I\tln the has no hay feed sprinkled in his hat of his violating the equal rights of others. England: ; that the inevitable result of it .......
the ('8I\E'''. A letter explained that the and seeking office and is land anywhere is to make the right of some
is no political The use oi directly or indirectly,
Emperor had just heard that Captain influenced hi* actions by no political is essential to the maintenance of lilo. men to live subject to the consent. of Hood=&=Nab f
commanded the men. are forced therefore
Dennis the
Niagara at to
aspirations lie is! in a position to give In the air or on the sea, without communication the conclusion ,
that ,
time named. I the Farmers' Alliance good and sound with the land man would land private ownership of ; "- t
--- advice, and this he promises to do. BOOH die; as witneso the ea&e of shipwrecked wrong. We say private OU'UT.'hip Old stand Public Square; ,
A new orange crate-circular in shape Why should he be opiwsed; to anything sailors.\ not will private ute of land. This distinction ','w

attracts much attention. .It'M invented I or Any order that promises to help The right to life involves the right to In the be made clear in due time.

i by Mr. J. Pomeroy, of Indiana. I the farmers of our country upon whose that without hieh Ufo cannot be sus me while let no one suppose we ,;;

This box or crate is without doubt. per prosperity, every business entorujMfe tained. To shut a man up in a dungeon are To attacking private fur of land. M.... '. ......M .
The fruit cannot be bruised in. and human tell him he recapitulate! our argument is this :
feet. or every being is dependent without food and was at I I
First j
jured. We would suggest tolro P. to Bro. Harris has the well-betng of the liberty to live as long as he pleased, of ,which men have equal natural rights, =THE I
manufacture them exclusively for Florida farmers very much at heart, and hopes would of course bo mere mockery ; but one the of land is the right to life. Second, : REDUCTION I

oranges a factory and lemon in Florida.He Ocala proposeserecting offers that them.the alliance So he beg will them he of remember great benefitto life not while more so denying than to him admit the his right right to the to nothing use more, is enough essential to tc dwell the main on, if ,:::=: .:'.::: ::: ::::::::= c

facilities superior to many places what the Savannah Xtu' says, vis : use of anything\ essential- to ita maintenance. I tainance life. Third, private property '
in \
and second to none. In tne mist of the "That man who seeks- political preferment Observe we bay "right to the use" land rests on denying to some the l! OF STOCK \

'orange, section with first-class railroad is not as a rule fit for business' and etc. It is no answer to the argument to right to the use of land, its use being sub .
facilities and an abundance of timber an organization that business men want say that man has all he can ask if his j jest to the consent of the owners. Fourth, ------------i r ,

.ucreea would,assured.. 11'elcomehim for business purposes.' wants are supplied. Such a statement therefore the right of some to live is MEANS" GO"65s"ATT:*
made *, *. a
subject to the % .
and hlalal.tory. would be false for though he should consent of others. ,

t -___. __n__ _.. __ live in the utmost; luxury, yet if he received Fifth, such subjection is violative of the *JJ*..*..AND BELOW OOOTl
To the Editor of the Banner: law of equal right to life. Sixth there
Our Population.It what h. lived onmerely by con fore --'- .... =
In the Marion hit lira of the 2&th sent of another, hU equal right to life private property in land is wrong.
la estimated that the present population mat, under the head of "A \ Vindication would be violated j for that other having If our conclusion is false, some of our = -
of the United States Is
04,000.000. subsistence would premises must be untrue, or some of our :
Mr. M. 11. Ron, of the board of county power to atop his ,
The total increase is said to be 100,000 a deductions illogical If
and death him. any one sees fit
month, exclusive of immigration, and licious commissioners lie, charging, gives a publicity collusion to between a ma have Whatever a power he oflife might actually Qier get, hill to answer us, we particularly r request ..-..._....... ..............._ .

last year the increase by immigration certain members of would be denied. Those, that he will state definitely .. '
the Board and to lifo J
myself right WhlchJlrl"mlees -.T' >>
4 was M8000. At this rate the next nenwhich he considers false L
meet the or E
in regard to a bill I have endeavoredto therefore, who endeavor to
urn. will be taken in July, 1800, collect out of the ltt with the assertion that after lion.IIolti't1.\ The tint text' question is ==: -
wll\\ show about 07,000,000. I'OUIIIfor extra services tiu. tax answered We conclude = : == =_
that the
and not existing
rendered las' spring.\ If presenting all the people do live things are '
___ __ institution ia
-.n wrong. If !so the :J
a bill for transcribing the registrat so bad aa they are represented, are single
M A Big Visit ion books in my own time is "dirty' arguing beside the point. The question tax U clearly right in so far as it tends to iu.'i I
A Baltimore dealer lately received a work, then I acknowledge the charge, i U whether they live as a matter of right, the right best wrong. Whether or not it is :- *-I IMltiQ ....

fish weighing 400 pounds from the Savannah but Mr. Ron in vindicating himself, independently of the consent of any cussed *"method a future of issue.righting it will be dls- .. i ":.
river The eye Of the monster throws suspicion upon the character of one. The argument above mentioned rs ---- ...

: /I wa nearly three inches in diameter, men, who are as scupulovisly as honestas entirely analogous\ to that of certain ---
and the head was twenty-three> Inches' he can boast of. The public shall defenders of slavery who alleged that Shattuck' Helianthus the Rapid Oxy 1 SHEL' .
long. From head to tall the distance have all the facts in the case in next the condition of the slaves was better gen Cure for Consumption, is the best
I K, WM 7 feet and 8 inches. The meat was week's issue, and I call upon it to My than it would be if they were free The cough preparation on the market. Sam
white and had a promising look, but the whether or not there be a shadow of complete answer ia that the slaves were pie bottles 10 cents, regular size 60 cents _

dealer Intends sending him to the Smith taint upAn my actions (in this matter. entitled to/freedom, and no exchange Palace Drug Store has it. 30mh dot wj OCALA, : : : : : I rwAL t.- i

onIan Institute. !!. U knows) in hU E. M. GRKGU, S.R. }:. whatever for liberty If could rightfully desired) the Be L._,____...:..._ ..
region as a putt fish. forced upon them. they Lenten Service*.
worse condition, they had an incontestable +
An Unaccepted Proposition right to it. There will be Lenten Services at Grace
America Ha the Longest; Rail essential to human life, itfollows Episcopal Church on
It is said that a Portland, Maine shoe Land being Monday, Tuesday
road In the World. the of and Thursday
manufacturer being askod to asaiat in that those to whom use afternoons at 4:30 p. tn.,

The four greatest railroad. in the providing bread for the suffering poor, land ia denied or to whom it is granted And and ou 730.For Wednesday. and Friday evenings r

p world ifi retspect to mileage, are the bald that he would contribute to the extent only LT consent of certain' other men,
violated -
life -
w Atchison,. Topeka 4 Banta 1'* .y wm, of one hundred sacks of flour and have their equal right to .
7,500 mile; the Pennsylvania, Railroad one hundred bushels of meal to each' To illustrate clearly let ,us take an eztrem sale by a gentleman who Is tear
:; aytefl. 7,63Q" the Miaoun Paeiecsyetept man who might be found in Portland case; that of .England..x-: ing this country, five rally''' paid up

7.n ;Jhe ,Chicago and Northwtn who neither,kept a dog, drink; rum norused treme casea: ., be it observed' are for shares factoring in the Leesburg.rAddr nu-, NUT
ype t ui, P82 mUee. The Canadian h-I tobacco who was in need of bread' the best for testing principle Company !
f. rifle system comM only eighth iD the flat I -and that the penon has uot yet ap they show the results of principle( the secretary at Leesbarg.' lyq;
land of Eng M&rcl11&U.t
AU the .
f with 4,0 JDUe peared to claim the 11b'\. fully worked out.

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", J emi-TropicalExposition !

-This Exposition; incorporated under the laws of the state nt! Florida, opened atFLORIDA ----- Ud 4.I.

.\ AtA MARlijN OUNTY, JANUARY 29tll 1889. *e

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This will be an Exposition of Pomological, Horticultural and Agricultural products of:Florida, and her soils J timbers, wood, minerals and live Htock, and i in addition articles
tad product of general interest from all States and countries. Entry is open to the world for the display of its products. No charge for entries nor : space for the product or .i. 6L.b
manufactures of Florida.
The United States! Experimental Station for improvement and development of products indigenous to this Jo\t'dioll has been located contiguous! to our exposition ground
tri 1Ce invite exhibits of all K-scriptious.:; : particularly those pertaining to the art, mechanics and'agrieulture, guaranteeing uniform courtesy to all exhibitors.

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1 \ CASH PREMIUM LIST 3500. } Ol I


,::0.V.. W'1La0N.() Prt'l'Iidt'lIt. WAI. FOX, First Vic -Pre c1t'l1t.. DK. II. KNIGHT Second Vlee.1'rol ident; .

,. W. CAMPBKLL.; SHoo General Manager. G. S. MAYO, Treasurer. J. O. GLAKKK, Bem>taryt


,sft i B filst-OF OCALA National,- Bank The Nlcrcllants'' National Banl{ Anti l'' onopo THE}-- Drug- Atk

Ocala, _.___d. OF OCALA-- ANISEED
o4 N0. 3470. D -_

-NO. 3815. A.

''1 Authorized Capital, 'It --IN- IIIau
$150,000.V.II.COUCIIV.Fr. CO IPI,ETJ NESS) OP STOCK r let.luy,
E $50,000. iiijtri
\ Quality"of Goody and Low Price
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"'"t r R. B. 3fc oNWKLL, QzhierBeing GOODS JOUIIKD I '; '; trder.
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r CASBJER. now ttiallithtd in our new and'tltganlJSank' building vt prepared to gvor.onkOuilactww -Located next door la Pint Nanond BanMballCM :
A. all. RU'JU
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General Banting butinett transacted. Exchange bought and told. r... .. ,3\: '
: $7,000.00 .
-A COMI'LITTK: l.1l'H'-.... ., :cap
l banking houses in the state owned by :--- .
One of the finest and heat Collections on all point
( making consistent -OFHARD i,
(acilities' with 8&fetknJt. (
We p 3:13
'I' We will eaten!every courtesy and'glittention! to aU! busine entrusted to us 1 1.1:

.10 and eritl shall your give DANK prompt ACCOUNT and. and all business In our line and C1IAA.R1IEINAUER. F.DUNN, }J..A.P.EINSTEIN DI8MDKE8: WA; R 1 EAT :, :': Mlr too
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; & Trltder.s Katlonal Bank, Now York, N.Y.; SasIIIDoorsBli 1 In s 1UX44'I. '

outhern Bank of Georgia. Savannah. .n.... I'I I
cities in the West. -
all important :
: CorretJpouJentd . ao6tI
1'.Special Vaional Park Bank of News York Jawnecr4l&OMl U!' : ''I.
of Bottom.
f elect National Bank of Savannah Jeorpia. A. E. DELOUSiT.IrntM .
Louitnlle Banking Comjtany, Lou.ftlk,
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I -+-- W. W. CONDON'SNew C. F. BREWER & i 4 ,:

'- :Main Street, Ocala, Fla. \ Jewelry Store -Drug Line- ; zzae asCo.rh

.... -- Shines replete with everything In HEADQUARTERSPIANOS. Ms
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1S Ii. ,',, Inches 00[I 75/ 7r .. high bluff overlooking tm o1N Ii
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a bO 125 1\0\ of "Beautiful Lake "\\
10 can a per I line. I
P .. u -f. HCKS MEETS ALL T! I
For further Information apply at office or
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.1'r '/ C. L. BITTINOEK cu.7 Fine Boating, Sailing,
Bualneai Manager and Fishing.

: Attention, Ocala Hlflcn. Transient Rates $Z,00 to $3.

At a meeting of ttiii company held Rates 10.00 I
March 27th, it wan ordered on motion Day. Weekly
.' ',' that: All members that do not attend ali Upwards accordlag to Location .
drills shall not po. with the company to
of Rooms
Jacksonville April ]13th, and to the an :
nual encampment April 30th ]1H89.O. !! Address.' .t.
t A. NASH, Capt. o II. J. KOSENB1T
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Magnolia Nnraerr
Late of Park Avenue Hotel,New York{
The finest" and best variety of orange ton House Magm Falls.Opon ._____
trees. fur the leant money, to be had of
J. \V. A F. I). WAIT,, All Year.
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I) [] ::::A::full!:Line: ol:Magazine: *:uncl the:very' .::::::::' i nulls COMPANY Is now prepared toBU Block f-J

-liATlSST NOVELS 1. or lots 40x100 feet from'l5 upwa&and la
cared at the "Wert End" OcaU. pnn,
chasing One Share of block of On nndred ,
1.k J' alwajnon hand at- / Dollarsrntt be given tfn canttyuout toto, M, ,

1::.::OCALA. :NEW;:DEPOT' !. ,.'::::::"Sat: '.81.88'!: :::':r For further particulars upon\or
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Each line will make your desire Increase TIT] 1

ISN'T'rnAT"GOOn... ? :=_-PtlI' ( ..fCJ: !?.''al ..IIJsii L Q.1 JCk Q I iT 1'HIRZ'Y! I II! llAYS. ONLY11-"; :"-
':i VI ew Goods of all descriptions are THE BEACON & AD

y. Sateens of livery; ) shade, The first in the field New Semi-Tropical addition to the City of Ocala Anderson's new addition ABSTRACT COMP

{ J list pouring In our spacious itorc. adjoins the Semi-Tropical Exposition grounds. Three hundred lots now offered at 825 each, for thirty day -1-;
only. The property is elevated and overlooks the city. South street is now being graded to the property IS THE PLACE 10 GET TIMA C7SE

i BEAUTIFUL ZEPHYR CLOTHS, The proved "dummy line," wheu completed, will add 100 per cent to the value of every lot lots can b E>
paid for on the installment film, desired, No commissions, no agents ; buy direct from owner. The editor
\ /\ i pretty M you ever saw of the MANNER will select Iota for non-residents, "Get in on the ground floor." Plat can be seen at office of OmCl:, : : OcA oP
't II. I.... Anderson, or address II. I... Anderson Lock Box 125 Ocala Fla.
,. Fine Table Linen Towels, Etc.
Moire silks China Sllki and Hurahi too. P ,
1.1 urenMtlngtheiKalallUa JJ 11 hooUtuild--
R I India Linen Lawn and Challle not a few lug will lie nneUodbythd I iusuof the Ocala .I 1 -THE--
I Iliith Ncbool until April bt, lvt, flans andtxx.Ulrailoiu |
*( now ready at the offlca vt T. J. Finest Livery In the y
Embroidery Linen, Plato an Stamped. t>louli.arcblte of rejecting any or all bkli toads for Ultli-
rut: (HTloruiaDceor' cou tract lo U>et( eu. send Inl'balrman The Leading Hotel of the -0LEADING -
VI ew shades Henrtettaa, pretty tight to ice U.Uto K. F. \IIAKKIS, City
;'--\\.1. FOX
Hamburg hecrvtary
.. Embroidery and FOe, Lace, d itch ta, lj, 16 and is', Nit -A..D- -4, l'h
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&each line of Dress Goods the nloo..t they
(must be. DRS. G. N & J. C. PERINE a
./ Ribbons all Shades & Widtli\\ Resldont Dentists.KERCIIANT8' STATE! ARCHITECT AND ,"

FI'DeitIne of Gingham that you did ever see, DESIQN3 AKDFurnUhed 1

+ LADIES' AND ClllLDRKSSt SHOES AU branch of dentistry, Teeth fllled and Repainted Inside and OutI]lAND l on, Ap
preferred, HouU crowned with 1'011",1&10 or gold ,,
r l f\Jut ftep la and try uai;tee If it will not team. & site tn>Awi.taotnW a lulltet.tftricUy .
flm-cliu*dentistry at rooderit price OrnC-'RaUI1fC& t ;

oe d your expectations on the spot a D.rlLUI, REFITTED THOROUGHLY WITH ELEQAN ffiRNlTURE i iI.
+ ry Beattlfol''Figured Chillies, 6c per Yard 1> .\TISTSatteutkm -I I. J. BROW

t Special tiven to Crown Bridcework, l
+ -AtlO"fine line olGENTS'CLOTHING- OoldpUtM' and all nnt laM operation pertainIDC -
to tbe Dental An DM & palnlei* extnutlou of teeth. Office In Plat BEflUTIFUL LAWNS AND! CRajJEF' ii3
Sat.onal Wet UuildlDC Oetdtfrnnos. 1YlS
p. GARY It. D.
Bhoea Hail and Furntahlnj Goods at 1
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