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
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Place of Publication:
Ocala Marion County Fla
The Banner Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
April 2, 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>]


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Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
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United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )


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.
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Description based on: New ser., vol. 2, no. 14 (Dec. 1, 1883).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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.' _- OCALA FLA.. TUESDAY APRIL 2, 1889.

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TllK EAPOSITiONAPItIL6. written Coates Kinney -
4r This poem was by i .

UNul the ftub-Joined<< Letter and who at one period of his life was 1"1"CITY

They Explain Themselves.Jr. journalist, of rare ability. He fell from OFFICERS,

J 1'aynt, SuftcniUeitdnU of &lwol, : hIS high estate', became a stroller and an Mayor-Dr. Thoe. I'. Gary
> I II and killed by a stroke of .
outcast t, was ClerkA. HullorkMambal
,9- It is our intention' to attend! the SemiTropical !- lightning near Deadwood, Dak. The (l\ K. hall r \
school day. Many of the people excellent follet-tor: l%. Ua.lwin.Anuwwor .
are asking if there' is to be excursion poem is thought; by many -0. K.: MelvrrTreaKimr .
the cities to be<< the finest in the English -K. R. Hnowdvu
rates, and what are the rates for .
rtty AttorneyHii T. 'nI'rul.leut i
language :
children ? Are badges to bo furnishedor of c''IIII'II-.lIIO. I. tntnnt I
shall w e our own ? Are thereto \\ ben the humid ohs.lows hover I llortnlol AUIerim-n I K. Iltl.' F:. W. ABTI f",
procure 1
: the Over foil the starry spheres I J. T. l.ancaser. John .\. K.'v'eK K. I. R.rtk.te
IKJ recitations or singing from And the mrlourholr darknrM Smith, II. 11. fbaiuUcr, 1. ilroatl and \\.O. )I tilt 1
t different !schools Will there be conveyances (icntly we*|> In ruining I testy, hall.
when ii Joy to press the wllowOf I T.
at the depot to take children (Sanitary Inspector Kluif.
a r<>ii\xe chamber Uxl,
over ? Cannot these! questions! be answered And to 11..11111 to the patter COUNTY OFFICERS.

through the 1UNSKR Iain be- Of the lion rain ortrhenJ. County JuJK<*-Uloharil Mc 1 <'nu lhr.

seiged! ( with them, and am unable to an- founty llork-lt. \ Millet
Every on the hliRl
witha ShtTUr-K. T VMlllam L *.
sner-them. I think we shall come Ua. .rl vcholn the lir"it. AWNM>r--J. t'. Matln-wK.
full quota-:3(>,..-trustees, their lathes Au>] no thoimanil rwollin-tlons\ WUH-to'r-ll. T. uartmniui, UtraTrvammr .
and many patrons. Many seem desirousto Intobuny: being Mart -w. K. I'vlentu .
attend on'that day. if convenient t And 1leseelheirbrlght a thousand busy hues fancies Into woof |> rtiilen '
?no. t'lomliiKton.
me hear from you. If you are busy, All we Union to the patter County: ; 4'oiiimlHMoiivr; ... 1 It. \V. I.ontlN W. r.TrAnlham. .
will you have a full explanation, In HASKEii Uf the lion rain on the roof. M 1. II. HUll, K. S. IVrrin.V.. I1. \M1UatniMMt. -

of this w.t'k.Exrursion e
Now 1III1II'mory comes ray mother, *
Y % The tenuity ComnilKkloiien luoi-t tlio flr\ t lou.dll1Iul'Vl'ry -
_+ I At .she IIM.M long years' *.ROne. month
tickets will bo sold at tho To rtttinl the ilariliiK'' dreamers
I l'h.ullklltr.t-tI'. K. llarrl". !K. T. Wartiuann,
n 'M,"i, /'I.I., JANUARY 'fllA, /A-.V.. following rates : One fare for round trip are the left tin m to the ua ticket ; children under<< twelve years at Oh. I see her toanlnic Vr me, lS :hix>l Hoard owl'lA DmlMutuluj In every luoutn. .' ,
-'- An I lint 10 the refrain
hail rates; children under six years, free. \\ hloh played u| BUDGET NEWS The lliish to AVitiitnH' tlio Wa iliic- A plain badge of blue rihbon is to bo lir the latter of the rain. .
.f HQ.ME ton Centennial.NEW rrciil.U'iit-I T. I'. Uary.
by teachers scholars and trustees.A
worn Totary-rai E. H. Kktmnlion.MeinlKM
Then little seraph sister
C. L 3::iTIMEK.Ot:-M.or- ; YORK, Marsh 30, IS89. song or recitation from each Behind \Mlh mjr her wliiKan nvlnjf hair, ; -Ir) h. A. hmlth, Anthony: :; \

__ .::: .- J/r. F. E.cirri, EtlUor kttla Banner : is desire!. If you have any exercise for Ant my star'ecdcherub' 1.1\tllrr- M. N. Mimvraiul D II. irvIn. S
A uri-iie. angelic lair -
school day, pleat inform me, that a BOARD OK TRADE
"Y"don! rnj,ill on "V' tlie I'tier.I DEAR tiR? .-The near Hp]>n>Hrh of the complete program! can bu arranged and (rll.le\\itti j ,around their; )1117
__ .dl: tdRepte'Pnb' WitohinKton Centennial Celebration, published.At Ail HHU-U to the murmur 1'rw.I.h'lIt-H. A. ,
,f which occurs in ttilx city on Aril 30th, 11 H. m. standard) time, the ochools of the nofl rain ou the roof. lioaM t't'f\'r7-\\'III.ol Ci""l'fllurlt-\ I' Man Jr. C. ;Kliclii-
: r- if eislit I Matt-regis j has created a "rush" fur hotel accommo will form on the public txmaru and auor, Jno K Ilion, J. It. l.lvimrxtoti, .II. .A.
tered tln-"i H I'')' > .terJa And another romen to thrill me, '
at i w e dations. They are coming in from weathers Urn. t'ox and 1 N \\ MooOy.
every march+ to the Exiosition) grounds \\ Ith her! eyes itvllclon blue r
scion section of the country, ard I in a few days Trustee, teachers, and scholars admitted And I round not, musing on her, BUILDING AND LOAN; ASSOCIA.
Boll 'I M are null in "
1 hat her heart UN all untrue
the beat selection will have linen ;
seta .
and ttecou'-i'vinnetn) 1 ': grind .t justice. to Exposition free, provided they 1 remember but to love her TION.
red. If any from your section contemplate attend in a body J. M.I DtintATOlte :: with a '1-ni.i.lon kin to pain, 1'f\.hll'lIl-.C. It. U'ilnit-r, 1
visiting) this city on this occn* -- .--- And nj ncarl'n iiuirk guises vibrate \' ('" I'rittilent-. : .. iKloiunt.Sivietary .
Mr. Alhl'r.1I'.fI.ei! ;.ie! r ta-i! .,l and ion it might be well fur t them to reserve Taylor keeps Georgia: butter and vegetables To the ratter ol till! rain. end TrfaxiirerIxiuln. r

brilliant \' i naught or tone ', 1'1.1"11'. liruMH, U. Klhlnl A. K. l>vloUf.t, II.V.
was register,.itt'ieltai'aHuiismterday. '! Very truly )ours, --' That ran work ,.Ith such spell| Zucharlan and K. A. HurfurJ. 1y7 ,r
J. I>. TKEADWELL. Tallies. I In the mml'i I niyMrrlmii luiiulalni .
: Citrus County
____-_._ VS:hence the lean of rai>iure dwell, RIFLES '
thurch The thanks of the Florida public are A. thaI uiolixly of nature, Captsl11-lieu A. Nash
Rr. Mr I Is i'f the Metho.ii Those 'itrus county tables are attracting .
: ; due to Mr. Treadwell for the kind! and That; nurxliitNl mlxlulng\ utrnlnVtilch : First laCute11autR.. U. )".. ..lIl1etll. .I
has mtMfi/ 'i"1' plane: f f'or V new considerate manner in which he has interested great attention and every one who \ is pi.yed, Uii| the litnuifnIty lt''ulI.llJeuu'n"nlI''l1l1l&lu: *. 5
c chuch bj''fnp! and i il.e> are fA to beer pees them is tilled 1 with admit ntion at ) the patter of the rain.INtstponeil.. Furry MomU'n. ;
himself in their behalf and is
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i the taste and workmanship displayedby
yyy' {Attune' duly appreciated by. them Mr. T. is a Messrs. J. C. 1'heil A llro., of Orleans 'Lief-T.KIRK

3r% J > Stmi'hir' l bait l !In been gentleman for whom all Floridians! havea Citrus county, w io made them. The In coiiHenuence of disposing I of the t'on'm..II-JaurICI. Itheinsuer.Firslssalstanl14)ui.V01k .,..
fJ l last i .>'. but high appreciation and honor the man ,t1 ..
-\WOnt' .fcith liner > following is a correct description of haudHome line of goods: prepared, for the
: *; .t !'au,".e, for in,;lhe grand example liu l basset to demonstrate them Hofoiui amlktant-. (I. Mart hall. s y
pesarehadnowfor''reecv : grand opening to-morrow at Millie L.Iruw Kwrvtary-J. 11. Mallttt.Twentyllvu .
to the world what
a poor One center table has forty-six in n's it ban been \ mewls f
stric .::) "cracker pieces i'iiiHjrium| / )x>Ht- s
boy" can accomplish by industry its top. Its outer edgvn\ of red bay, the |toned until April 10, when her new HOOK AND LADDER COMPANY.
pro4m '6"' and high standard "
There firbM't1: *' !' : economy a of star of curley pine, and the dots fn the stock is t'xll'ct..tI] to be !here.If 1'resi.foul--Abram I'almer.
to- commercial integrity
red brit'lb"' F.xiMinont3and"' and correct busines outer edge I are of j persimmon, the dots in --- Foreman\ lIke lleiitx.

.Chf, sfcnrhicMhe III JOIN"hod,': ilks attend.will principles.! the curley pine are of light cherry, the I you want good Florida beef go toTaylor's Twenty A..llllahLl'II.IUdl"IlIOlI.uu'iutx'ra .

Ave a ass' Jane". lIo eTArrtvals.I circle is of red cedar, the centre is 1 persimmon Stalls.; :30mch3t L
ee .1., another (' lum.M I. the standard red ) .- .. -- TULULA LODGE, NO. aa, I. O, 0. K.lM ,
program bay.
OCALA HonE, April 1.-F. K. Frey 1. Iwooks of Fruitland I'ark
; The other N'ntretable has Major came [ <'tU every Tui-wlay evening.] ;'
S Repl'l'"t:%'es "f s't t8.9 of this A. Mclver, 'itra ; L. Green, Anthony ; in iU its seventy-two. up this morning with a magnificent lot W. N. Cballle, N. (1.W. i
outer is
peat ra.n; AnI! llinaJa, read their Mr. and .Sirs. IVhitou.. New York: ; pieces top, edge\: composed of dowers/ for ake-unmty's splendid) ex M. 1'h/illha: / | Herrctarr.All .
,ihr r.ter, 0 .b P. Monte t Miss Mary S peer Miss Anna Fisher, II. of silver bay and red bar the hibit. visiting brothers cordially III'it.
ttltograpnr''n' Manage! and r.. Fisher, llundinplon, Tenn. U. C. stars are curley pine" !:ache dot is comjx ----- OCALA
Harl'1 ; CHAPTER NO.
R. A. M th.
rums Fall,' >!*ed of four pieces, two of cedar, one o f 13,
t! New York II. red-letter
SWret L.
smile as Hipitie Smith George Saturday was a strawberry!
nark Frs::cn/ ; dark and one of light cherry the outer OcaU Chapter, No I:a, K. A. ." Coin'ocattom
Kchily and l wife, Savannah, 01C.; 15. day, that delicious and toothsome. fruit Brat Monday night In every month. f
CitruJr'Onnr.Dlakf" a Ila. ,xll bit or Moore Philadelphia ; L. M. Mitchell, ring Is! of red cedar, the second of mai?- ucllingtwo boxes for twehty-flve cents, II. W. Ix.. inlay" the : nolia, the third of curley pine, while thecenter J. H.: KKAZIM, Sfcn iaryPRESUYTKRIAN. :
flab at the mi.Trorl\'al. New York ; K. 11. Wilson, A. 6. Arner, in coiipcquence/ : the! Incomparable straw- I
glass aloe: 'ise contAIIII.ltlf a malrnifir"Chan.. K. 1' Carroll)), Hotel Cordova ; F. N. is of pine cedcr, light cherry and berry short cake graced! many a table on CHURCH. .'

1mt'n8 of the" -, Hatch: Hotel Winthrop A. \V. Owens red bay. The 'card! tl.Me baa :3M( pieces Sunday and luliUicd as one does Rev W II.
; every
'''nt f<< orVed ioTWAtu, 1'iutor.Rabbatb ;
prei htn I Ilmn.tetach. i iq its top, its rim is hay, the diamonds
nelllWt" r net-v, Jacksonville ; C. M. Howlet) and wife, that dehftablu dish. Drother Harris, services at 11 A. u. ami 7 r. M. Sunday
1 Providence) ; Mrs. N. S. POHKOIIS, Cleve- are of magnolia dark cherry, however, taking issue on\ this subject, ins Srbn..t"1 11.\1': A. M, Wmlnewlay evening I lectureat

d.'sirPa the ;ijtte daily to I bind, 0.; Edmund Daniel and wife, De persimmon china berry and curiey pine. elating that orange short cake is far superior 7.yu. "eaiifre The public cordially Invited 7 1

'\gav/hitof/ lObnar[ r"la So. R. R. II give\ around :. troit. The dots are of magnolia, cherry and and/ much more economical. If EPISCOPAL CHURCH. ,w

!: tuket, out idl'. a ell as (n- MosTE2i'M\ HOCSE, April 1.--*. M. ceday. ____ you are not convinced! by Ills statement KM. r. u. WiLMts. Ueclor.bervloua i
utp f./ 7n Saturday Wilson B. C.; Humphries, Oxford Ala Exposition Concert call around gut his receipt for fame and
Wr I/lil ,
side the aunty, } ; ever) Buuduy at lu.fV a. m., and 7.15 p. t,
6th. Children' t tool ,1ay. L. L. Metres, Eureka, Fla.; Samuel W. The following is the at the test his taste and judgement an an cpi m.. uu.lanl duos. H >at* free Sunday Hcnool
April program cure. at 4 p. ui., \V. II. l'h"II1tJt..rllllll.IjUI"rloteulen! .
Teapue, Lady lAke John Archibald ,
Let aU come ; Exposition! building tonight, commencing .
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t had Montreal Canada ; 6, 15. Downs, New at 8 (J','hock sharp. Dancing from 1 1C In wandering around! the ladies'! I'e' --
'ja, c cshthe-
)Ir.l.'l't'nlt'af.i/ "f Homo. 1 York: ; George: I'aeteurJohn I' Pasteur to 1 o'clock, under the management of oarl men t, our eye wan attracted to a TRAVELER'S GUIDE.
orning to James O. Clarke city T. I). Crawford ,
casio SlInday .rlngp s and ; the Phirnix Club : beautiful scarf the product of the deft,

Citrus Itlboi whirbe! )be' of ha gent up, five York Nuith Carolina M.; 11.II. A. Crawford, New nrture-"MornIJlI., Noon and Night." .Sujipf. fair hind artistic, lingers of klisH ( V.raKisk Schedule of the S. S. O. &: 0. R. R.
City Wheelrijjht Richmond _
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COLBV'lCIKMlTION BAN A charming lady of Komeo
weeks opened,&Zo. dhrettrffg. .wt> epecket! Va.; F. H. ecke, Josebh! Dawson, Trombone 8oh"Frlendablp polka"... ..Jlarru.MR. on the iMtiks of tutu young lovely and fa ciuat-, Arrive from 1I'_ lI_" ..................... a\; rM
,9(1 per U-ate Ot-aJa |ir lIouMw*>........_.._
in'it. New York._ W. J. CLKVCtAND.M1M ing lime Itun. The ...ilk'o! ( which the Returning at........ ..... ... ... gay ft'iw;: A S
orange Song__", ..........._..... ....................... Selected. Leave tK-ala lot llora,,,,..kii at.w.. t'.Vt r
scarf .. 1
brat'! Hrtfn, nit Miss The Orahaiuvlllr Excuratonlsts. 1.1.5555. was made, constated of pain blue ; r MK

)dr. rodlrs.brae!. retorDt',1 (rOD their bridal Captain Cc-ons, of the Silver "Springs Piano Holo...... blta*". forah. lined. delicate pink tuirah, ornamented C. & P. R.K.Old( J/. R. & N. Line,) "
Gertie IIIIIU1. OTTEAa(5WIR.CarantlFrom"Nabuoeo" with white lace and
inj now
ht are
j Hun and Oekla*aha r excursion line, Schedule.
trip WiKttJ in then cozy cottage, conveyed .e r one hundred l of the Iradint .... 1. HlTCHIHi.H rtloo bolo'frJi white and pink rcJtlOll&d... of silk. It

comarr.b1y the call oilheirfrlends! ; gentlemen" and! ladies of the Graham Song._. Selected was certainly very' handsome, anti ju.lll. l'a...tengr.. irxitb bound ............__ 2:12 A ? '
reaJylO rt'CCu'e time w bile ville district MUM OAMKBT. lug/ of the enthusiastic cxpresHioDi of a tUlb.. bouud.. ._._....._ 1:41: PI lIT
t'flJo181" on Saturday to the Exposition I'aaMmget .. ... .
b.t a most Violin Solo-f Aolael., &'elle de btllett. VtlimulMB. ._ ..._... 601 P I(
They frlf'nI building and to witness the very .. UKO. WILKIX number of lad IN who critically inspected rJ'\lalb ...._...._. lerK
absent.mong_.__-. tine display ill the Bemi-Trnpical buildinc. ). Mecllon. -"Tro. lor* "....... \'mli It. it ideserving of all the enr.unl KOK1U BOfMO. 7 rtl

T' {rrtSonofiaitorthS"n2a ii They came up in the morning and VOLlIy'IIXpOIIlT10f ..."11. urns, showered l upon the work of the '-- Ier arrlvea. I In ()(*I.....?..r.__ j.07 A M n1 AFreight
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fni'-n returned home in the fair artist ........ .. 1.71
delightedwith ______ r M c.
up while Mr. ,,1. I. BittmgerU all they saw and for The display! of aired and! tanned! hides -- .."'.......... .:tn 4 M ..
happier knowing Passenger
Mr. K.
OCJIa Ridt'' M r. in the Citrus exhibit certainly wonderful It. Cuburn, of the Chicago ites.taurant P II
8e'Ond' 1111'1111' aavs; halo Jld lik to see what a great and glorious they and a surprise to all visitors. The is the kind! of a man to have in WILL ltC/url'l, CpTuwnTtcke1, AgentUx4a,

are living) in. consist of any e' nitnonity by the Interest and zeal! F. 8', R. R. Time a 1 .
T. hare the ext t of f I. Who array alligators, cheep, '1re"feel] Table. ,d ,
1l88hru1. and undressed I, and deer-bldea. with which he devotes himself to the .
the > aexl" 't. Taylor i itJ down in
Don Chicago
bi ythe away price on promotion of all objecUnf' public inter.Brit "OVTII !IOU" h,
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w meets. 1'rice his meets before you and Qt rl.rJM6. His latest effort to 1'aaaenjer! artless.. I in .........,......._. IMF: ueYrelght
illOne attractiu I in the Citrus buy elbewhere. The Ocala Hides have determined not ....
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to attend the Inter-Stats( drill at Jacksonville enhance the attractions of theTropical Semi .. "" It :.-....---- to .& II II

fowlsonflf Cheap Rates from liartow. but will go to New York city to Is the domestication of quail In II ..-...._ U06; 4 II
( anticipate in the Washington' Centen this building. He has secured two lots, KOkTH BOVHI.

but; murbki aDd comnfn, thicker or a The} F. S. H. H. ever abieant of the nial. off urea<:h. The first) lot are already Paeseuger arrlm. In Ocala_.._."" .:..... 7.15AMTOTICJC.

a chicken, and time and liberal! to a (fault will give an -- tamed' and roam at their own sweet will! rrelght N ? :::::: .:::::::::::.ara:: : ,
and a coniiwn 1 h said to be excursion rate from Bartow to Ocala on Me.- J. H. Moorhead and 8. H. all over the building.) The other lot .. ...__._
theirwe&t wheD cOO..1 April 4, fur one cent a mile or two cents Richmond have just completed a map ol f have become so c.1orn utlcated that they .- -- --.,--. '-- : > & II

6ne". ___ fur the round trip. The train will leave the Ocala Company's property, and is a eagerly eat out of Mr. Coburn'g hand. > -- -- --

Terl Brt ., who run there Partow at 6 a. m. and arrive in Ocala at splendid a pecline of drawing. From ilcan Mr. C. has made arrangements to 'opuslate r IIE
lesfrs. Nichois general) merchants atBenedict. 12'JO:>> p. m. This train will bring the be bad avert compiehensive. idea 01 the building with a hundred of thews a-r lug PARTNCluIUIP"between REl roI"ORR V.XIIT.

po .o tlice sad a vto.'k' : in Ocala and Easter Cantata troupe of sixty-two the extent and magnitude of the com beautiful) and canning birds, and, rival outer the Arra name Otto.of w.UY.J.Brown W.and BROWN J. 0 "I rtne.:
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thl' and ,ere pieM, her attracts a th6ml.Tropi.. will perform he tame in the Exposition: : to be congratulated on the skillful man Jacksonville thai line A4n!; bt. ItJ11V. OEii w BKUWN, cfe..

aU tbty ('tIll't'lal' Wed the moor building Keep a look out for the date ner in which the maple executed. d'4.1! wi per lieu. W. Brows.:

b y itso with double emphasis, and be sure and be Ihere. -.-- Boarding I house to Kent at Crystal Dellghttul Kxcursioo

printer, and say Any one with an eye to beauty is Hlver. Dally.

"let the BAxxxa wa\'e. The I'homlx: Clubs quickly mad aware of the fact in visiting A large and commodious boarding Silver S Gfrlnta and Ocklawaha! River'

handsome and wide.Mr This splendid representative body of the Ladies Department at the B ml- house with ",,'an\&' house sublet rtramer"kureka"CaptatnRoony\ leave

repre the ntatlft of the counly of our young people! and the promoters of Tropical, that Colby). the musician and yard, etc., to nton eaiy term., Addreat,. Orahamvllle/ after the arrival of the

awake yestttdal (roux lMrtprtoom odalenioyinenk.and intercourse, will artist, is in the ring for the beat piece ol MM. >U&r WitUAtoydlt ', morning train from Ocala and roturoin;

came up arran.tmentl. for the pre. give their t rp eporen entertaloment in art work in the magnificent' crayon of ,w3t Crystal' lUverb'la iu time for passenger to connect with v '
kr dnal caouul0f: Easter b1 the of fi 4 departur. of Uieir fair and the haodsorae President of the LxponlUotCiifr '- evening train for Ocala ; K taile.-&re

y 8eDtation of the compote'' 01 al1t-two charming winter visitors their sum George W. Wileoo. All who A comfortable well i,, hotel that from Ocala and return 91M. 48feb3mB. : (,

k 1BartOC j croup rDurt&14meot will cogJht r tner booM to nlcfat at the Hemi-Tropl-) lee the admirable likenemof Mr. Wilson charge. most reasonable rates" .U the E.YONOE A CD The OcaU '

L The. tad t wm be Gc! calbaikiiOf.larte! d of Soowdeoa Hall, executed by Profewor Colby, say it Haroett House, Savannah Oa. long ben. c.Jland examine; their Flan '
bDmED M previously announced: gee program is perfect. When you visit the Ex pod* conducted by Mr. II. L. Ifarnett"-New and ret good work at reasonable i stock
in thU Japer. tion take good look at it. York World. marlltf d3JdecJmjj price

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... \ 1J1E OCALA DAILY BANNER.OCALA The history of immigration was pretty I coral banks, and i it''nnlv isr.til 1 that superior many In ofthe lat I Dfll frI Store !

: State Press Association thoroughly gone through/ in this. country sponges not are leMenan! '
-- --- --- ------- those found ;:
4 and the plans" and methods adapted) )by quality I that. the, L
: FLA.APRIL, 1{\1839.P. the different States of 'he' Union were I .iuast.'but the/ grow so rapidly
......... rJ over everytwo .
be -o..l
of Or- sable locality max
xiinv aiEirr uNDimTiin MAOIOSHADOW'S carefully detailed. Editor tyre, three dozen) .
his whole! l'oul111to or three years.!' Two or
OF lando has h"town
B. HARRIS, Editor. IX "TRAN.CIENT this! question, and is an full of facts schooners DOW fitted up for retrying I

touching the 'issue as the eggs of a .- fljl on the work, and each schooner carriestwo HOLESALEJAND
CITY. full manned by two meneach.
fowl fed on albuminous matter, are of small boats,
____ __ I meat lie BpokeTof Florida's rival, Call Like the coral 'industry, this is 9

i. President, Major George It. Fair. fornia, And how she had started and constantly growing! and it will probably -
hiM Annual Ad successfully maintained a boom until! assume immense proportions!! a r
banks, DelUrrn 1
tlroNM-Tlirlr Deliberation t They several hundred thousand persons had few years. __________ stall 1 Drugs
a been attracted to her liorder, The law
Tax 8 lo .Advertisement, Magnolia Nursery."l "
of that (state maintain an Immigration -0-
A one mill tux fur A State Bureauof Bureau by assessing |each county $1,000 The finest anti best variety of orange DS.Olo .
Immigration, and the law ufIillielTheir per year, with the privilege of permittingeach trees for, the least money, to be ha-i of -ALL KI

Labors Kniled they county to supplement} the sum. J. \V. A F. 1). \\'AITE.. s MATIOXKKY, TOILET

VUlt the Institute for the Deaf lie instanced the caseof Han Bernundino wSfebtd._ellt'iew, F... ",

J' and Dumb In Florida and Find It county, which gave In one year, $150-: --AND-

Under Admirable Condition 000 for immigration purjxj e8. Every:: leaving, FANCY ARTICLES
.- -- thoughtful, intelligent: and 1'regressive
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: t. The Slate Legislature meets to-day at The following note shall bt" haM facta, minded man in the State, recoruizes our shares in the Florida Produce, Manu Stock I IW
Tallahassee.The fancy I U relegated to the rear to stumbler need of immigrants and emmi rants. Individual facturing Company, Leesburg.! Adresaathe ,! In Complete

until to-morrow. effort has been tested and secretary at Leesburg. -0-
aer..a failed, because the work was of a greater MarthlS4t. edie! none but the fined bru4'of cigar
Oklahoma e to be thrown Tile eleventh annual meeting of the could __ =!=, nea.Irt ra for wall Paper and blldeo Seeds
than ac
open to homestead entry on the 22nd of I Florida Tress Association convened in street is
The Red Magnolia I
April will bo 1,800,000. The amount has complish. Individual contribution was WRIGHT A FKAZHl.. ,
heretofore been pot at 0,000,000.) I St. Augustine last Thursday in the Rotunda unjust and unequal, because wher benefits the place to buy your groceries a tic Samoa!! I t ," Oa 6Fm1
tr I of the Ponce de Leon, but the were derived the miser and the II. ZACHARIAS, Proprietor.. it .

... The Timrs-Union'a correspondent( hast I babel of tongues from its GOO guests was so mossback and the introspector" property d Sldecltu I
been sounding owner got much or almost as much bene
our State Legislators the of the Young's
confusing that rooms
? about the removal of the State Capitol to fit as his neighbor, who spent his hundreds -
Jacksonville, and. according to his tally Men's Christian Association, which at and thousands. The fact is potent ;1I

Or a majority of them favor the project. that ilimnayed! 1 period were kindly tendered that larle majority of the non-resident THE LOST CHORD IVEN ': |
I were, thankfully accepted. population favor a one mill tax, as do the

. Governor Waterman of California Is Tin-a'.tc'i.i'auto: was mo:>t gratifying; t, Lett said luoet prok.'ttesauu ciluuiis/ of the
l one politician who knows when he bas and. the annual address of President State, as the only sure and efficient wayto I AWAY !ii

. enough the refuses a re-nomination, George 11. Fairbanks, one of nature's make a successful and continued influx *
: abreast of the wise of defirable settlers into the State. ... ..
and ho declares that "there is inducement noblemen, was '
( not even (1,000,000) no that judirioiis and. htatemen liko utterances, Our climate is established and believedin [ J e sure and read this splendid piece, i 5om417!; ;;; ;. .i has (;l iid.t'.t;; last ul been i i ii
! a year, bat
; giriitwtf the secret by been se-
;: could induce him to for \\luih he enjoys a national rt' uta. as nnequaled; but what is needed are i ;
iv r annoyances cares and again anxieties submit of to office.the lion. In the course of hilt remarks he plain, iinvarnisned, material facts that WE ARE POETS! ....enrwRGWBLL'S...::: -......... .. ....... ..... ........,....,.. ............

-.. lefereJ in touching and pathetic wordsto will induce people to come to Florida, Each line will make your desire ini-rea
it. Mr. Cleveland's luoli an a llhlu-rman ban not the noble death of Editor KrlwinMartin because those facts demonstrate theycan
@1". deserted him. lie ha* made twitter catches than all.1to l : U. Borden, of the 7 m<.- do as well here or better, than in ISN'T THAT "GOOD ?

F.. s any Will the other UcpuMioans m-inUr of regard the distinguished till an an oiiiuloiis party. Union, during .J nt'k 140 II v ill"'* fearful the places they now reside. BIG

sign for them,'o,'anah .\.1114i scourge last summer. TIle asFmirtticn was unanimous in its New| Goods of descriptions are ,
r' :; The NP11'3, pethaps did not hear what \Ve heartily commf'ndlho Presideut'ti conviction that the legislature should BUSINESS
Mr. Cleveland said lie recromiiu-iiilation of substantial: nyippa- (make generous provisions( for this work,
at Tampu. said Sateens of livery I shade .. ....... .. .. ..... ... ..
i\, that the " gold thenewfpa{>ers had, thy to the families of the fallen heroes.Mr. and a tax of one mill was not deemed too .\n.1--i; the bus :m :.N. : t;
Bret sec
fi a Fairbanks reference to the for the and with this object : publuprcp-
ever done him was teillakehiin linher- pressof purpose ; '
a IUllt In : eny at town talk them Is no use oU'ket'}>-
our spacious store.
-I touring
man" the lain! i iH KO jKTlinent and t'- in view, President' Fairbanks, of : tug ait'o we admit that the secret >f out ::
i'!". : live that we give his excellent words Fernl\lI lina. Molen Gore, of Orlando, : great t tjte i.TO'SELL. .. :
Delegates "I'pn'IWlllill1""I'II1..rll'\ Alii. spare mi that tits! subject. He said : and F. E. Harris' of Ocala, were appointed 3EAUTIFUL ZEPHYR CLOTHS.
ancert in t"t'lIty.Ii'uIi'ttilll.ippi: counties 1'he poet'r of the preiig U becoming more and to draft a bill for the consideration of THEliST
met hi Jackson the other. day to devise more a laclor In uxxicrti clvlll/.atiuu., their It hasbvc'n the legislature to etnlnidy, into law, that i\ s pretty as you ever saw
sold that people' now allays obtain luiprenho -
to make : ; thi" much tu-cdt'd and \ work could
'" plans themselves independentof sfotte thdnigh the prtrs at, act at Its auggenl ohs. good
the juto Imaging tt'list. They concluded much more l ln-roni1, it' Irojmrtance that our bo Judiciously and persistently: carried Fine Table Linen, Towels Etc. -AND-
tJ that they would try to establish n milt tit l well matured llimiKht. U-Klslatlon h Ur- As the Lowest 1
r. pine straw or a cotton bagging[ factory I I Ki'lj iiiiluriiiwt. 10)) the voice of the |>f<)|>Ie ex- of e\erybody in the :State.: Moire Silks, China Silks and Mirahs too.

rb!, Jack-on, and n c<>n>niittee was appointedto iirrMtcil:: ihniiiKli :llic: coluiuii-: ol tin1 nvwi>pa.|>er. The election of officers followed.As ...... .
! negotiate" the lease of the penitentiary hi lass this,linli Mate i-lUst iavid our a nnxlul welfare revision and i>ro uf]K'rUy.tluwc- 1'recident Fairbanks was not a DAMASK TABLE CLOTHS DOYLERS ;: .H wH gh: and lowest'prig;ijTn'brl: ; fta :whiit":
1 building until January 1, next. such an tliiw! which relate to IheUlMl'"meut and third termer, or a believer in that doctrine : {ills oil More with <'untomers and mhtl a ::

collection ol revenue HID rc|>ruhxiuii office, tbe ho ',rremturiallydeclincd the third I ndla Linen, Lawns and Challles not a few. :_.househ. :l..word..of..the. .name.ol........_.. "....,'
Samoa hails fearful humcanu :March I ninMvrvatinii uf the 1'1Ibllth.ltlth.' the .promotion term, and! C'cl. Bovven, of the Tallahassee1'londian '

15th. The war ships Trenton, Van.Ulia, press of:. education;: can du i; iiuiih the J-urily Its careful of t'liftlon and wine etc enggeetton Ihe- a gentleman; of extensile acquaintance Embroidery; Linen, Plain an Stamped. .

Adlar and JCbr; are total losses. The' to t-nalilc I correct; <\; 'lu.jl to I''l':; !promulgated: } atilt hue reputation, was I RWELLe
In the "hA >v of h ItKlKlati'1 of Florida
NlpAic and Olga beached but be elected! to preside over the
uiiatiiiiiouhly '
t | may has alraretech nmsptcionsforit.gadtaste' antihis New( | shades In Henriettas, pretty tight to see .._
; towed oil'. Merehantvessels also suffered! | I adrN'a'y. of rightful and wlxeleKlxlailoiu. and association Malon Gore, oi the Orlando
r severely. loiter news state that onellUndre,1 theenturtewcutsvilaw.. 1 trust Hi at it will always Reporter, was made vice Jltl't>itlt'lIt, while Hamburg Embroidery and Pine Lace I r
and fifty hives lost. Matasfa'smen In' o harm lerled.The Secretary Elliot: who had gone oil tochaperone ,
aided in saving the ship Olga." ahem written by editor W. II. ex-President Cleveland to the Mhlhrili
M&u'llvaitw.serriedtf l t the (julf'ieu\ ,' &cach line of lrcsi Goods the nicest thCy !
Oueen Victori.i: sends gracious expres- Jupiter tishing banks, was, bv acclamation [ be.
.: son sympathy. Cedar Key, and entitled the J.elentl re-elected secretary acid treasurer,

of the Miwanneu" w ts read by Editor; E... and! no man has jet been born, who by Ribbons all Shades <&< \Width .. .... .......................
Conscience, like religion, Is man's Murrell: of the 'limrl'uion( and wp natural endowments and law: acquirements : (111 mUlier h I at h tlI

;+ strength' ant his! weakness.<< Conscience jsreutly! pnj"y t+d. Ivlitor: Johnson, of tho u better titled bur the position, or \ !. .iuest line of Uinghams that did : .... ..... ..................
you nor
t makes cowards of us all ; it is the strong- llade) City Demurral, did not materializeand i U a steadier or stauncher: friend of the see ;
Biding champion which makes heroes of the splendid oration that was ex."l'l'h.t ncwsimper fraternity, and has Inure at 'LADIES" AXD CIlIL1JR] SS' SHOES I :-JUS:::: :: .:ROIL:TIIE: / n a.a' a.
of him was not hoard. rent .
us all. fttvagca: are cruel', pirates are ( heart the advance of Florida or the :
w cruel, but cannot ho as cruel as a the delinquent tax list advertisement elements! that will make her )present r::J h lust step In and try tu; see If it will not \\'llb ''FuJI alld Complete )
good man with a misguided: I conscience was then taken no and thoroughly (hiscuss. greatnosN greater, than the Colonel ::::::::::::::::: t:::::::;:::;:.:.::::;::::::::::. t :::
The moat savage heart 'has Homo touch of ..!. It was the unanimous verdictof As Lake City through Major Oliveres, -OCR GOODS ARE FIRST: QL'ALITY. FIN J

M1s human kindness tell in it which nothings the association, a large!: majority of of the 1 1JttCt.o Plant, desired the presenceof .... ... IILLIN a
can quite conquer-nothing but conscience. whom sere practical printers, that the the Slate Press Association, so that j[ ceed your expectations on the spot .i. Cverything i= i t.cii.Y fiooG0
;' s' That can make a titan as I hard I present rate of 10 cents per line each insertion they might know the workings and bene- ,N,,',, I
?. as Alpiiut reek, as cold as (ireenland ice. was entirely {inadequate, and that tits of the Agricultural College, a State Beautiful Figured Challics 5c Yard 's"iti( i'\iT.. 1
Thu torture rooms of the Inquisition the old rate of iNSti 1 should be substltuttrL institution till: invitation of De hind I per ..... "
i' ]etas the' cruelties of the North American and the one (hula intended to extend --1- =
Indian. The cruelties of I instinct!' ate Mr.! (lore, of the Orlando Reporter, said were withdrawn, and Lake City was -Also a fine tine ot- KoNa. ..
faint compared with the cruelties of con that "the rate ,Is, not only inadequate but chosen the place for the next meeting.The .
ucience.-/V. J. F. lurkr. unjust. In Orange county he had badexperienced following persons were named on GENTS'CLOTHINGShoes: "
with a revenue collector the programme for next session : Col. leflurd's 011 and. Public Square, bIhtr
', The following letter from Mr. Tread- who was behind. This deficiency in Merrill, of the limn-Union, "poet ;" C. -1-I

well will be of information to those cjn- :Mr. iore's ease amounted to $1,700( for L. Bittinger, of the Ocala BANNKK, "ora Hats and Fun fishing floods at \
publishing! delinquent> tIA X I'll. The tax tor ;" Mr. Osliu, of the Altoona( Rtgittr, j '"

6 templating a trip to the Washington) question is, who is the claim against? "essayist." I ............ ....._-................_......-...
Centennial : Provisions should be inserted in the The appointments of delegates to the VERY LOW PRICKS.

NKW YORK, March 23, lSS!). new act making collector's bondsmen reMKmsible -- Editorial Association, which will convene : '-1-I \ :::::THE REDUOTIO'

Mr. E. JK. Agnew, Ocala, Fla.: { for not only the amount due in Detroit, Mich., in June, 'was then
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the Sta e and county, but also for pub- made, and the association: adjourned, BENJAMIN & FOX. :._......_. .........._...._...._ I
The following round rip. fares have Ushers' fees.A after accepting Manager Seavey's invitation ...........-........ ..............
been agreed those who intend
\ upon committee was to draft a and --.i:
appointed Deaf
x of a free ride to the State
this the
visiting city during' Centennial bill for the consideiation of the legislature OF STOCK
Celebration in this Dumb Institute, of something tomorrow \

Inaugural April 30th, vie : By the Clvde Line city from on the! .1&inut-Union Mr. (t: Stockton, and business one of the manager largest of :HARNETT: HOUSE:;; :.. .......-.-........... ..............................
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York ..
Jacksonville to New and
: return, ..
stockholders said the la'lof' libel shouldbe .
Savanna NewaGrowing<
twenty-five dollars, by the Mallory Line, G .DS. T.j;;
chained.: As the law now stands a Industries pi' Florida. -1-
Jacksonville to New York and return, without be *N1K aND DELO"
twenty-five dollar, bv Savannah Line, newspaper| might the fruit of Floridais LEADING POPULAR HOTEL OFSAVANNAH '--' ..-. ..........-....
anapped up and made to pay big! damages Although industry ..._..... .......... .. ..... --
t Jacksonville to New lurk and roCnrn; for injuring the feelings of some individual a very important one, it is yet in its T. .i. ..........--
twenty-five donors bv Atlantic Co;; t when the words printed were infancy. Florida oranges', pineapplesand GEORGIA .
s- Line, all rail, to New York and return just, honest and true. lemons have in late years lessenedthe I
twenty-two dollars and sixty-five cents, The law should' give a the rightto import trade of this country in these -1- II
e sleepvrs' to New York and return, six correct mis-statements paper, that the libel fruits, but it is possible for Florida to : ..................'............-.1 --. !........-. .

dollars and fifty cents meals to New should be "malicious.! furnish nearly all ot the tropical andemi.tropioal I j ELECTRIC. .. ..LiJHTS. ...AND..B.EL. L81 i i1 --........... ..-----i......-...-.....
' York and return, seven and fifty TI :4
A committee was appointed by the fruits consumed here, notwithstanding ._
.;. cents, total for the round trip, thirty-six chair to draft a libel bill for pi escalation! ; this is onu of the gl*alU>t -1- ......... ....-... _. ....lLACE71.... .r.
::V dollars and sixty-live cenU. to the Legislature, as follows : W. H. trait-consuming countries in the world. Artesian Well Water Street Cars to all Depot t1 I. .- ...-....-.. '-'- t
Tbe fare by steamers are made to companies Carter John Frank and C. E. Merrill, all There are one or two other industries -1- ;
'of not less than twenty-rive, of Jacksonville.A however, which are receiving Increuc.iattention RATES REDUCED TO $i PER I
DA'i(( e l
t and the glint!!, parties of not less than committee was then appointed} to each year in Florida, and Tmchtf. 104i 1 as: lit.41. .,.
fifty. The steamer estimate is made on draft resolutions! to the memory of Edwin which doubtless will add very materially i \ :

the supposition that two men will occupy Martin M. U. Bowden and W. II. Mac- to the prosperity of the State.A _.-.NN..........L.:
v one berth. Ilvaine. This committee is Col. Ackrum correspondent of a New York news- -HERE: I AMOfferinj -- .. ,
I I am in receipt of letters from Captain II. W. Alvin and Mr. Oliver. paper, writing from Florida, calls atten iM-I 1S
Shine, of the Orlando Guards, this The State Railroad commission WM tion to the coral and sponge industries, ,FISL ::

d morning notitiying Aside me from that he will SemiTropical bring-: discussed and many of the brethren of and poinU out that the United States already !:: ::: :to:the public: : the..finest tine of::::::I =:::::::::: :::=..:::: '".. =- 1
f thirty men. your the quill deemed it a useless appendage, gets nearly all of its coral from the M.N.N,,. 1- t
I do not know of anything! but there being two sides to the questionit I southern coast of Florida, and that the FLORIDA I OCALA, : : : -"'-' I

which would bring! your section more was relegated to a committee to set all prospects are that Florida's export coral CURIOSITIES, _..__.__...:._ : I'WRWA'.-..-.'....
to the attention of the Northern people the facts and figures! in the case and report trade will be greatly Jncreaaed. Her FANCY GOOD S :;
than the presence of your company. If at the next session. supply of coral Is almost Inexhaustable, AND STATIONERY.
4 you can, notify me BO that I can secure Friday's session was devoted to the and as yet" scarcely an impression has
,, proper accommodations- for them at once. consideration and discussion of the levy been made upon it. When it is understood -1-
Yours truly, etc, lug oft one mill tax for State immigration that the famous coral fishery of OFFICE SUPPLIES AT LOWEST PRICES.
t4 J, D. TBEADW KIX, purposes' and the election" of cilice nu Torre del Green i I. declining rapidly, -1- SXOWDEX A MCFARLANES

------ The former was bronght about hy a letter that the beds' of gicilr and vicinity{ have -outx 1:1_
Hartford" Times. (Dem J.,) from the Plant-Investment Company been OTerdredgfd. and that coral& ti.ben i : A:full:Line ol Ua ulpjM.and:the:very: ::::::) ALL KINDS
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It Makes Difference.Tba OF
'' a which suggested a special tax of one are migrating lam numbers to the --LATEST FURNITUKBI
a .' Republican who would resign mill for promoting immigration. It was I United Slates and to other countries, it NOVELS- -=-

ruder a Democratic, and the Democrat thought that a well-supported and capably I will be seen what vast possibilities are .

who would resign under A Republican managed immlgistion bureau would : presented in this direction in Florida -alw&110nbudu-... .. .IT r-
administration generally the'Kepubll- prove & valuable appendage to the Agricultural I The sponge reef, beginning near A pa* OCALA iWiD.. DEPOT, : i1tM.Y.NMMN.MW. /: :! .
Pu lachlcol with the I .MNMP N.NNNY.NN.
Bureau. run almost parallel
cut or Democrat who is not in .ahfice.R ,

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-This Exposition, incorporated under the \laws' tf! tli- "' : h' ()' riorul.i oiunctlnt-- .j
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I )AKlOfl) \ ) 29tll( 1889.


svi' i iIt I CLOSE MAY FIRST 1889. !

;1 been;: i. ;i .
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r Ths|\ will bA all Exposition: of Pomologieal, Ilortioulttnal Agricultural products of Florida and 1 her foil, timber\ woods, minerals and live stock, and in addition articles J
and prod ct:"' of;general: iiU-rt"t from all States: and countries. Entry i is open to the world for the display of its products. No charge for entries nor : space for the products or !
manufactures, !of Florib'f(
TESSdblic Thp United States! Experimental (} inipnm-ment alII 1 deelopment products indigenous! to this sivction has been contiguous: our ox i i1t
;; We invite ethiliit* of all de-enption-*, particularly those pertaining to the art, mechanics andjagricujturo: guaranteeing uniform courtesy: to all exhibitors.
1 ou i pjrp; ; ; /I,

ret./.. our. ..!'; '


est IVick I

: i"i GEO. \V. WILSON, rie: (; ; i C. W. CAMPBELL. SK.; General MSIIISIKIT. S. MAYO[ Treasurer. J. o. CLAllKK[ Secretary.! }
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-:j -Hlf $National Bank i 1 iTIle MCl1clmnts'1 National Batik\ -'I7l IAitfi10110101 I-- Drug-

--OF OCALA- I t)

tslet t a Ocala, Florida.i OF OCALA--] : -ANISEED )- .
oc1N 0.. 3470.. N ,
p..U' p.. '
. a l uf l.Id l. -NO. 3,815.--
-_ __L___ -\\II.L TAKE- _f'
s ; Paid 9p No Second Place \i.J'i.

t Authorized Capital, --IN-
$50C Capital, CAPITAL STOCK SG(),000.OO) ) ;
SURPLUS. 3,050.00 '
C K.W.dv $150,000.V.II.CUCCU..I'rel. CO IPLlTIIISS; I; 01' STOCK r:
: gLooe

F + \.... ..... ;....--..-... OFPICKUSi Quality of Goodn and Low Prices.0 .. :I
JNO. F. DUNN, I'reriJtn. ,
K.: 1). PIHMVKEH, J7ct-Prtlidmt.{
K. D. MiCoswsLl., Cathifr GOODS: JOHHKI) t0 ;
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: STJItfSp MCINTYRE CASIJtEn.::: : sg :I Bring tatitfaetlon now tttablithtd to all. in our new and elegant Hank building we art prejxired to guetrantee Located nut door to KlntlVatlontl Dank ales. ) x j 11m 1-.:

General HanHno'.buiineti: trantacted. Exchange bougfit and told.
TJRPL US $7,000.00 ;
bank.RF t uipp anJ ,
We' I __ On*of the fine jllt.cial* fac litie4 for makinjt\ ) Collections: on all ncceseible point --or- I.
4 pankingi 1. r bare and favor to our cu,tamers consistent with safe
wee tikeTrillestandlre1ramptand l carefulattention to all l usineas entrusted tone ,
guaranuWport p k1ng<<, ., HANK ACCOUNT and all business In our line andtlarantee JNO. F. DUNN,
yoLl- p
o t f' a.DIRalUuVCI, .
w entire latlsfactlon. CHAR ruml AuER, ,
J./t. ?,
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\ t Trmlersrational CORRESPONDENTS Hank IIntIJOrters Now York, N.Y.; *. RIB. MtCONNELL.TIIAYfctt, SasllDoorsBlin! s ..

outhern Bank of Georgia Savannah.special .
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decor correHpondeuts iu all important cities in the West.fHE : COtit E."I'OSJEN1,\. -AT- # ,;;.fe' "

JQY'dart .ValiOMI Park Bad 0'= Newt 2 Yorio Ja /WfIltlYMl ,, '
all i National Bank: of \iJronnah Qror9ia. Bank of /lOll A. E. DElOUST. .l".l"t
ftltlRivf nwlivw Louvntit Ranking Company, Iitnlb, A'r I tnt1M
'gaoKJ whne> W. W. CONDON'SNew -IF YOU WANT GOOW IN THE-; F1l .J
Main Street, Ocala, Fla. If
opt,l \ Jewelry Store >rug Line-

Shines replete with everything in t !;
rSl ffi .'.'H"otel' 11.1 r-ti e'Ity: //::: his line. Call and examinefor ----roa_ .

l r ...- N..............-.....,-'..,..-_"...-N.NMNIN..-...N.NNNINNI N N.NNNr ....... yourself. I TJIE PLACE TO FIND THEM PIANOS .
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vrowt./ It'at' and told bathi, GHMJMO&MU ample roomt for Cow.a Speclaty.! .
Nine?:'' '95 nounew++, brick MuM and. new furaitsn': All Work oo repair of Clock and] Watches -{ SIDE 8QC'UL-) Musical Instrument I IOCAUL .
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60 18 700 75 75 SUE
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= Loc&Ulo cents per line. : of Bea -

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J. For further Information apply at office or ,,.. tJ. HCKS M-El ;
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Business Manager
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OltAND TOUHNAMIiNT AT Till: Transient Rates 4
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;... OCALA, T1IU118DAY, AIMIIL 11, Day, Weekl
Upwards action
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The Day's Program.
f, t Nine a. m. let.! -Ktnghta and TagcR Address w
. BAseraUe at the Ocala Houke and elect 0i '
H. J.

E. Judges 2nd-, List of Knights by Secretary to (i; : fCJ E Late of Park Avenue. Hot

r Judges, who immediately decide by lots ton house, Niagara Fall
and announce the order in which .\
the tilt are to be made.3rd Open AOo1a
t t- -Music, in front of the Ocala ,, _
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f k Home here assembled l.A.ri ,
4th-Knights mounted in costume, :
form in line by twos, and headed by tin.
band march to the lints. )
Ten a. m. 5th-After music!' informaltilt : : Ine I '
by the ht8(0I'tional.( ]> ) ; .. ., 1
ly. ;
t3 -Knights form in front of Judges G
: stand and have brief address. ,,;;; ,.' .: ; rI.NCOlll'Ollit
8th-Music, during which Knights
form at rent at head of the lists. J J' -)O-
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Eleven a. m. The Tourney begins! by : ,)\
the Marshal railing out the first Knight Z ..: :'.r'f: ,., CAPITAL STOCK $ 't'

who makes one tilt, and is followed( .. .
upon call of the Marshal, by the remaining M
Knights in the order adopted' } : } lkt
each making one tilt, after which the : TIllS cmIPA\\: now JlI't'81

second and third tilts are made in the .. .( Bated lOll at the 40zl0i"tt'ewt feet End"from; Ocachasing 1
name manner and order >/ I One Share or i stock! of tk'
y, 10th-Music.llth ';' .i ; :, Dollars tl'Ul lit given tm contiguous. 1
-Three tilts having been madeby .,, ."' ",10,.:., ,. I I For further particular) ,call upo
. "t each Knight, the Knights assemble at f' 'I't'\- I Gee S. fNo.
the Judges'stand and hear the announce 1 Marion L'lock O. j
.t, went by the Judges of the general roe c:

: t, sultn.15th. Music. 4 1 4tz
13th-Tilts to decide ties in the competition IsrebWEIH.
P for prizes. One tilt for each .f c \
Knight having made a a tie. d \ .
14th-Music.\ :
decision of the Judges
15th-Final I
t" ., {f >. -LEADS IN I
1HE "
rendered. Knights and Pages/ being! assembled -
around the Judges' stand. ,'i 'r
of the prizes. ,
17-Music: during! which} the successful 1 u I ''' Watell l ClOlLIl 3t
} Knights select the Queen of Love c 1
and Beauty, and her Maids of Honor ret
and bring/ them forward. to the Judge'a gh
stand 18--Crowning the Queen. \\ a"eeil

19Ibl1u ,
20tb-Th. Queen with he"IaiJs.:: en- E--o--

er the carriages and preceeded by the reel
band and under the escort of their '
Knights and Pages, proceed through. the Repairing a 8"" pu' ,;
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streets to the Public Square" .'. _
principal where the procession! disbands and all I A TOWN i"ioTl' "f A'TOW"L :P' _o-- a
participants devote themselves to general '
.l 1 paid
recreation. FOIl 1 LOOK FOR LOCATKO( ost WEST SIDE 4
Eeight p. m. Grand} ball at the hx-
position building The Queen and i $25.00. : I $25.00.

Maids lead off in the dances. ...._.............................................. .., ..... ---.-..... --0__..._.. YFceeal;

: NOT lot:. ...... .. LAND TITL.
Special and General Hays for the :: TU; is ; ( 1 .BLiof )I N"rf; ()lt 1Trr lil; j DAYSlfON Ly1 f lw.-

International and ftcml-Troplcal ......-.--............. .....,....QZEf!: ... .-....-................ ........-.....-..............--....--...--: --..--..--.-......-.....-.... -- -1-: K.1 ea yd
Imposition During tho Months of THE
March anti April.It ADJ ,

is agreed between the passenger The Bret\ 1U the field New Semi-Tropical addition to the City of Ocala AndefBon's new addition.. I ABSTRACT COMPANY L
A N.Co.and the J. T.
agent of the F. It. days adjoins the Semi-Tropical, Exposition grounds. Three hundred lots now om.-ed at 825 each, for thirty days -1-! :
that special county
A K. W. Co., on
the reduced rates obtain only for points onl!)'. The property 1s elevated and overlooks the city. South street is now being graded to the property IS 'HEPL.ICE20 JET Tin

from the territory of the given" county 'l'ho proposed "(tummy line," when completed, will add 100 per cent. to the value of every lot Lots can be'' iJ SI)

while on jl'lleralllay. the rates are good laid for 011 the iustnllmeut plan, if desired. No commissions no agents ; buy direct from owner The editor -l-lOrna

for any points in the Kate\ on those lines.Col- the BANNER will select lots for non- idents. "Get in on the ground floor." Plat can be seen at office of I : : OCA
State Agricultural !
Gainesville Columbia and Day-March 26th. II. L. Anderson or address II. L. Anderson Lock Box 125, Ocala Fla. I bsn Out
) Leon and Lee Countys' Day-March28th -
general. Baby show with handsome -
concerts name 'TIII: LAFAYirrn HOUSE, 1JACKSONVILLE i oant>nE.
tlay. -premiums: special? THE OCALA HOUSE.The E. B. RICHARt t

Hernando County and Savannah, Ga, maTT1F.

Day-April 4th, general. FLA- I -
Marion, county public school Day- Finest
April 6th. : 1 Livery 111 tb
and:JOth. will be devoted Centrally located on Forujth Street between
A pril8tli.pth ItppOt
ikn and line '
to the display of vegetables.) Leading Hotel of the City 10LEAUINO -
Levy and Nassau Days-April 11th, IS AGAIN OPEN, St\LES I
r .nera1. D
Dental Convention-April 11th, Gen- p>,1
I Under new Management. tcUl Indurementi -AND- \-,
eral. Also a gran.ournament. and refund nttulo permanent lum.
-j'X1O'.V"*I*VI0 recntuDl8 will be awarded MRS F. M. MARIAN/ t'1\'I'rMretIII.
Intlltdlnk the 11,000 oflered by Senator UNSURPASSED IN APPOINTMENTS TO ANY IN THE STATE! GEORGE IcKA Y, .1

Dunn, orn April 25th. BIDS FOR OCALA 111011 HCCHOOI ARCHITECT x
Grand concert will he given every AND Dun t xlk
from 2:30 to 500.: 1IUILUINU
Sunday afternoon" : I
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Our special} days and attractive features AND
will be aunoumvd front 1 time to tioie. "r 'tiug Ib.OalaUlgb$hlwl Uulld. -Furnlihe.s oa, a
t ,J, 0. CLARK:,, Oao.. W. Wno>, ;fdIll 1 be received-! by the 1'ruwewsof !thAlValaool Repainted Inside and Out]! Applt cutoo'Omcat ,
: President lli lh & until April lit. lvs puK andpecJBcaUuns ---
Secretary. now *}' st the ettloe of TJ. ..... 1
Gen. ManagerUMMCKAM cs
c. W. CAMPBELL Sr.. M uriWtKl The Irustetwreserve iheyrirlleK : -ANDREFlTl'ED : OrgO at
-y------ *of rejecting J any or all bid*. Bond for falthM OCALA, an dlt ptBROKAW
ip'rforiuanc''or oonirnt toUstUen In -
L AVLLfa. bids to r. 'R.t'd n..oRJr
FULLER A C1IACE, Chairman Based Tru.W Ocala HUh Mboil. 1.&IQII
D6.vTIs7. fo" lwUin* blj U extend..1 U) April
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Speetatattnt on .nn Crown, sri4eworlr, d men 13, \\ u and wit I ,
Go14platel and 1.11 !nttlau oper.tion pertain. -- -
C las so lobe DentAl Art. 0... &dmlot.t.el'tld loos m i
nl .. extraction of teet om. "
t atonU Bank Buildlnff.riTIMIlM Oet a&r DRSI G. H. &J FERINE 3J1I Nt'SERy
Resident Dontlsts. BEAUTIFUL LAWN AND CRDJJEr} g! !!! ,

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I -AMD ICMtOB.KOMM. / All tn aehas of "ntl ry. Teeth I\leII and ,, O t
Recta crow.ed wIth> poroelata M told To* TBZX* Am.T TO' t t : : I* M. THAYER;, 11.-.1.1.1 Z.t
AIMW .A Oary-i Block,OCALA. &.&L .ArUle.ta.1 sets from one IOOth to a f'IIll' NC. ; v t
Ytdctly I.nHlalllindary a&sso4eriw petosa. OCALA . FLORIDA. riUTILAl 1
>""-ry. +sraaysstl. .= ir1&nhOt7Z7la toon rov&u' A mcuirr IaIUI + !

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