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:
April 6, 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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TION.Complimentary The display straight grain and curly DIRECTORY.CITY I .

-- pine from L. Bnckl A Son, the lumbermerchants" -- --

-I t Het>oluttoii.. of Ellaville, Fla.. Is. beautifuland OFFICERS,

President's Wilson's letter, already attracts ranch attention. There are Mayor-Dr. Tho. P. Gary
24 specimens all told, and are exhibitedas l'lt'rk-S. A. llulloek.
published in our little daily, wax read at they rome from the planing machine Marshal-C. K. lull.

the meeting of the directors of the SemiTropical without being oiled and varnished, ('oll\'wr-P' 1'. GadHou.AiwMor ,.
-D. K. Mclver.TrraMirvr
:: Exposition company last Tuesday show lUll the true grain.: Besides panels -K. R. bnowden.

1 II and the following preamble and of curly pine, they exhibit mouldings, City Attorney-OtUT. ursn.1'rerldcntofbuncllInn.. K.. Dunn.l

resolutions <'t'ilinll.c. also pine plank without a IVmnt of Aldermen, K. 1'" l F" '. Agnew' *
I rrw were adopted by a rising blemish over :21 inches in width. To J. T. Lancaster John A. Kowell. 11.. U V la**..*::.n. ,
G'i: EbIEtEI- vote : realise the beauty of these ocimenfl j Smith, 11. \> Chandler, 1. l ro"u and \>. u. Maiball. -
1 Illf WHEREAS Application for a vacationhas they must be seen, words will,I not do l r''
been requested by President George justice. The Exposition{ is indebted to Sanitary 'I't"or-w.. T. King.
W. Wilson thernfor be it COUNTY OFFICERS '
I Mr. McConnick, superintendent of these
Retolwd, That this corporation fully I extensive mills, which are the. largest in County JII.IKV-Klrlmrd Met mistby. r
the etforts of President County Clerk- Miller.Sheriff t'
appreciating untiring
the State, for the display. Mac. don'tforget 'K. T. \\ 'lIt .
Wilson gratiouidy given and hill 0.81") frietul. Awvwtr-J. C. Malhrw
ing time from the inception of the l'Over-1! The case of shoe exhibited by "the lt)lla'wr-I1.'F. wamnmin, ('(Ira. rTresaurer.v
da International and :' i. li. 1'vlra.'
shoe J..1. Howell that ho
man, proves trlnteiidont of IMibllo Inslructlott-II.I-.
position until now, do hereby is with the linen as to styles and K'lcmliiKtiMi.
r, and unanimously grant paid request.Krfolifd. quality.up HH mammoth "Jumbo" attracts I'sfue roiinly; ivtrnmtMilmicn:: _It. "'. lA>nC( ,. W. 1'. ti 1
4I That it is the expression of much lth'nLh'n1flhot :'M Traiilham, M. II, lion K..1&. IVrrlu.r.HH-
over "
this. Board of Director that PresidentWilson's mii. ..
indies In length I i" not seen every dny.Wo The (busty Vnnmlxnlonrn meet the flwt.Mon-;;;
services have been H f incalculable understand it is sire 30 and made: to day til every nuVitli.iVlHKil .
6 .I If" I I/ I, /f A ,HXIAIIY benefit. t<> our enterprise antI that our order Hoard-K.. K. Harris. K. T. \\utmauii,
: Mth ecpivially
1SS9.'Y" .
sincere thanks hereby tendered to M. S. >liwr.. A. K. .iiriiii. I'. L ImrUoc.
are Charles IVycer, Oi-ala'H !leading riffarmanufacturer school Btwtrdmeets first Mon Uy In every month. ,
him and that he ban our sincere good )
I make of choicecigars
lon display
V : r .leisItl'rbtd r. Hattim a COUNTY BOARD OFHEALTH.rrenUlont ..
llcllr"llml"h: i Gut Left.A wishes for hilt welfare and we trust that maniifrtituriHl from Florida and

of he will soon return to ua, giving us the I -Dr. T. I'. -- I party some thirty-five of the Bar- IIavannali tobacco. A I hxrgo cu Court liarDon't '?-:, tow Jueen r;"tlier troupe took in the benefit his experience and valuableaid I conxpiciouH place is filled with the following ) !.l'\'lar1-.apl.-mlnt-Dr I H.K.A.: n.Hmltii, Anthony, MI." ". .-

I beauties and! attractions of Silver Springs as heretofore for the second year of brands IVrfwtot!' do la Ocala M. S. Netter alit D. II. irvin.
forffit! for the RteTuesday !
u-stefilay., They went up, in the the Florida International and Seuii- Kxposition: ," "Ocala Semi-Tropical," BOARD OK TRADE. "

n morning expecting! to return on the"Fly Tropicel Exposition. Ocala Board of Trade," Ocula's" Kleotrie lrv.iit !iit- J. .F'. 'Dunn.
Our stre',.*:!''u\lireiraa appearance i'l if Cracker" at 1:41 1,: p. in. in time tomalieronnl'l.tion WM Fox, Chm. Light lit Perfection," "Klar Trade..." flee rrt-i>l
to-da ,;M! i bab>'day, ith the 1:55:: p.m.eouthbound F. llAKRia; High Life," PvnorV Favorite La I't'l'rt'liuT-Wm.lh>"rJ of io\friion-V. I'. Man, Jr. C.itheln- 1
rlnriila. Southern. L. U. Kit: IIENLAI. Curiwi.led I ," ")Iili! letoe." "0 ranl'Royal" seer Jut .F. Dunn, .1. II. UvintfKUm, .11. .A.

Blitchtc] ( ;- ,.tiiy ui;; Cotton I Fur come inexplicable reason the en- At Our Churches To-morrow. and Florde nra all7.Il." All the above U rather \\ Ill Fox and K W, MIN"!).

Plant, we- '. r'rpreoenaniatsrhx'lday. 1 l r .trine: uf the "Fh' nll Cracker" pot cranky, brand are strickly pure goods and are BUILDING AND 01..N ANASSOC1A..,
the train wa late and the delighted, PRISIIVTKKIAN ClIl'IMII, KeV. W. 11'1'' manufactured at the factory owned and .

jollv excursionists cot left and remained Gotw aid pastor Services at 11 a. coutrolledby Mr. Peyser. Ills surK'rior| I'reidentIi.. Wllnier

)tr. D. ,:. of Kufk fprmeo; over till noun to-day. subject, The Christian a man of ono iJt'a.1 goods are winning for him a reputation \'Ire: I'rmlilcnt t tjl l oloiickt. .1"J

will leav, i"ni! A'l!' in t frw Will Hopkins' MM busy all yesterday Evening services, :.ID {p. m., subject All second to none, and although his facilities viftary slid'1're.uurtlouts Kox.Ihtanlol .
Dirt'ctnrt. T. I am-antcr. lunar 81#
days.Anura. afternoon explaining to the roey things manifuNtin (iods sight for supplying, the trade are exten pin-Hi-, I. Drew, W. Klnlu-U A. R. Deloiicrt, Ill I).
the Ha.'s (cheeked dimpled chinr.el and laughingeyed Epi!cxi'ALC'iifKm.Uev. C. B. Wilnier rive the demand/ 1 for tllf''tl'l ars keeps fcaclmrla* anti K. A. lUirtuM. .
.iI1J mss:!
rf id nHi1.} !! [Dayand ) mischief luring. Barlow's sweet and pastor. Morning! serv'tvs' a. m subject his factory busy' and behind orders. It OCALA RIFLES ..
to begin.J':; Ii i 'n faxciiiatin fair maids, how such an unpreivdented The Holy Communion. Evening: 114 encouraging to know that Mr. Pt''II'r > Nuh.:1

nigh'-*"'' event hUlle\'er. no never services, 7:<\tO, subject, Hepentance> and will increase his factory and ox>n a (Flat a|>t lenU-iianl-K ln-
Galf ,ravflvst'a schools, occurred before. The Cracker was different Faith. I house market for tobacco grown in Flori Mvnteiiaiit-l'' K, \\IIIlaWI.:1:
The : the Riw( on a from railroad train in ttAiTiaT C'ui'Rcii, C. H. Nash, pastor. I da. The quality of tobacco raised in forty .Mi'uiU-m. 4 I' >'1

eoroe 60 -: Li ":>"UP Florida. It was the exception to'the Sunday school \1U50 a, m. Mo-ning Her- thin section is of a very high grade and FIRE COMPANY. ,1 j.

J l.. boatt3tL't'.btuldlr: rule, and it was named the "Flying mono 1045.: : subject, A Perpetual Sacrifice. their is no rearm why Ocala cannot become ('hldT, D. lamaaUT.Konman "

J -' .,k wtflTM; ( r m, $. Cracker" in honor of the staving, reliable Evt'nin"8t'rmon. 7:30, What haveI the State' market for Florida grown, Maurice Knvlnaucr.Kln ,tt
RKrSL''') 1&.' tka iulenlY' ill dependent, qualities of the native Done ? Prayer meeting at 7 o'clock.\ tobacco Wo wish :Mr. Peyser unlxitincd >t MMkUUiit aMUlant-lams, O Volk.Hconil Maroliall.tMrrvWry t
Floridian. METHODIST CIIITKIH liev. J. B. lx,
Iff! 'Mei9d"1-\ y, success -J. II. Mallelt. ,
last night: -- The fair ones importunities caused pastor. Services ]10:45: : a. m. and 7:15: p. Twenty-lire memtK-rs.

paired Will! to become real worked 01- ,on the m. Morning subject, 'Tin Christian The morning Florida Southern\ Paa- HOOK AND LADDER COMPANY.:
The 'oi.rtfa'aH! "misfit" of the "Cracker" but one of the Boatt." EveningRermon, "The warning Henirer train brought, in three coach loads r
I'rviMfiit-Atiiam t
: sprightly and bewitching .school: maidsif I neglected." Communion at the clone of of excursionists from South Lake Weir .'lIr'ulall-Wllklllt'hlZ. t .

hook will .attff, "d->- .-hll'h be. lUrtow restored him to his normal morning service and collection\ for the and Welshton. to attend Children Pay Awdiitaut-WflU rtteon. :40
base by remarking! "what can't be cured poor. Public cordially! invite| at the Ex: |>onition. Among the happy Twenty members r

gins Mon< --. half a dozen nust t be endured," and as we have the excursionists, wn noticed Memra. Duncan TULULA LODGE NO. aa, I. O. O. K.
r, "' people: Florida'M Roll ttf Honor. McCranev, Jr., C. C. Higginbotham,
bank with
of to foot
cashier our us our
AParn .MBOODlushinaeSK' ,(Mectaevery Turmlay evening.]
: ". The Williardof llomo- and W. \\'indham, of ('Ilp4.'O| ; Wm.
.i I hl. They had lulls at the hotel, let the sunshine of his Captain W. II. Challle, N. H.
-,-' D prosperity feed us; and they went away salsa ban a list of the names tf all the Foster, Mr. ll'y'man and Ben hook; of W. M. I'hlllliw, H('(rrUry.

happy __-- t nappy.: of lice rn and men of Florida troops{ all South Lake II. ir; Carpenter and l Hamilton All TlnltliiK brothers corillally liivltetl. ..
last --- -- belonging to Finnegan/H Brigade, :Mahonu of East Iake: Jan. Driggers and Mr.
triasemd home OCALA CHAPTER NO. R. A. MI
Produce families 13
Mr. J n"L Leesburgaifhtfn !: Division C'onfmlerate: States" Army, who Sellers and Hammock Pond;
'''i''1o iliiMickbabymaandBriK" mp to [ Reported by G. S. Palmer, 'wholesalecommihMon surrendered and Wl'relrollt'tl at A|" the Moiwrs.1 Fort and Hightower, of Mow 01'1'1. ('ItoLt'r, No. U, U. A. M. Convocations
'c' I merchant in fruits and Bluff;; the Chandler school Mm. William drat Monday iiiKhtln: every month. BII
pro- fiomattox Court house, \ A., April !>, lNi.j, W. LONO. H. ?.
cntiail:: 1 fIrV ,\,,35 duce. (oti Keade! street, New York.] The list contained hixty-four otlicers Sinclair and Mr. Smith, of WeUhton. J. 8. KHAZCK, hvrrxtary"

-- Iedra, pas one NEW YORK April 2. 1889. and I 430 enlisted men, total, 4W! ; all that PRESBYTERIAN
X)(:- .! ,,.In ""i rlCUNluntsta nn I The receipts of new vegetables from remaint'd at the surrender of General At a primary election to occur in War CHURCH r

of the ,\ !qe teBlssteavery'xh Florida are i increasingand prices show a i Robert E. Lee, out of (>,(itO brave men ren county, Ky., April 1M, to nominate KtV. \\'. II. (KtTWAUs I'aitor.
b j maJr consequent decline. Choice beans sell who entered into service. candidates for the legislature. The following Habtialh services at 11 A. M, atul 7 r, M. Sunday'
)1 i ing\ > fr'-m W to H per crate; wax from f 4 The Savannah Jomi"qfll'* hearing "requirement" bait been posted at Scholl at \1:311: A. M, ; Weitnewlay evenlnir lecture
: -- atT.ju. Hcatifree. The ubllccor
p1.-ant |> << llally Invited.
:scenes of aeboolt to *4.5<(J j Iot'r crate; peas $1 to 2.50; beets that Captain Willianl |p0 \sesseal ills each (tolling I'la'o ollicially signed: by
] I ...lIr.', ,1IDI' to ton toy $150) to 1.75, tomatoes 12.00 to $3.50; valuable\ and authentic roll the name the chairman and ecretary of the executive EPISCOPAL CHURCH.
.'t jjlon school day epir and! cucumbers $4.00 to fc-GOO from the committe : "Each candidate \\ hoMOname
'f 111 plant ; being compiled Confederate,
KIR. C. H.
rtakt YVliJUKR ItecUir.
1.0.1'1 .n in better demand and selling at document mjmton{ said ]Mill hooks at said ,
cabbage in
sion of
war now >osHe tie
WrwIG ,.rlheb t ,+SEa'uiSi | primary, shall to the }5X;( () $ervh'es.vary Sunday al 10:4.5: m., smith 7 15 p.
"" higher prices, $2,25 to $.75 per bhl.; asparagus General Government asked for name pay secretary m., tlaiidanl time. Heat free. wuuday SchoolSISp.mW.Ii.CbsmbcrlaluSujerluwmilent.
] .. cc.l1t' l for taking 50c to 75c per bunch.. that it (might publish the name for tho to meet" the expense| of the jKill book., iyTRAVELER'S

1\! r oenQ.iJlship no I for t those strawberries in large supply and I edification and gratification of its thousands etc. The Ixjiiisville Journal make the
::" pln 30c to 40c choice following comment upon it. "The average
Qtw'p I! a or bkkeetiyia prices l lower, per quart; of Florida readers of that most excellent
.r'fpnr),'.,IS:! berried, and inferior 15 to 25. As theyare journal. candidate when his ambition runs GUIDE t
Jet ," n I now in more general we, the de. against this promise may well exclaim
L of
:;rat f fllr the bt>n fit mand will be much larger, and firmprices Dellevlew to the Front. after the manner of that Warrenite who Schedule of the S. S. O. & O. R. R.
'' at hole will be sustained. wanted to. buy a ww mill on credit : "If
,,Gee g'rt'f"I! tit hell the ", arriving and choice Belleview, always alive and wide. I had t-500 whatlnell; do you fI'JNI. I'll Arrive from Ih.iiKxuiwut ......... .......... it:4ft p tt
Iij O"Oltht! But few oranges awake to her material, intellectual social I'e l fur JlonuKUima.................... VM:: t tt i
tore \nd, ILlk III bumpt'r fruit of desirable sites held at firm fig and moral interests want to go to tho legislature for KfturiunK al ......... .... ... ....................". 5.-UI( J'II
: :. --=- ures. Fancy fruit 13,50 to $4 per box; was represented at -- Lit-avc Kala' for Itututu,5.5 at........ ...... M'J r KK
n t.;: -- Ja,'ksanyille, the Children's ol day with twentysix Trains W ntr l.R. .
k fin of hi!! bright *2.&o to $3.25; ruseetts $2.50 to pupils, under the fostering care of C. & P. R. R., (Old F. R. & N. Line) i
> : ,'11frolll lO'j J2.75. Owing to light shipments of pota.prices I K. Marvin, of Martin Station, who
r. Mian Miller their
Barn accomplished Schedule.
; wa
of ,
c otfi ext and has the contract to rook for
4 wel', .VhBtBfidit; tof'S are very eme, any escorted) by about thirty of the supply tit.
:; : tilt 1luatesume l I thin'choi will'bring V7 to $8 per bbl. I Belleview school. patronsof Johns jetties, wants a number of teamsto l'.ssenger: south bawd ...?.......?.. 2:12 A M
_. ... I .
1 haul[ south bound 1.41
Martin ; M
.d same. Apply at Station. r
atn1"--onerly.-!, Tbepo! "' l Hotel Arrivals. I dlOt Passenger .::::::::::::::::: 64)7 rn
rt" methlDjC It.t Horseback riding is becoming a pleasant 5apr w4t FrvUbt! .....,.,,.,,,..,.. 1 u> I> M

)url(, .;Jiitln f r ma 8 'or' rt'<'t'p"( MOXTEZVUA HOTEL, April 5-E. A. I para time with our young people, "". Yen That's what 1 Haiti. KoalU soV.!).

,111I' ,et t. the their hiDit'I Drown. Corfu, N. 1L J.- A. MrCardell, penally the fair ones, are seen almost I Pa nrn lIer arrive, In icala............. >.07 A M
ana 'nuafU .. S W. Teifrue, Lady JAke ; Jas. R. Ellis, hail prancing around our streetson I have several very fine Yjlla;\ Franca Illrr:
to ..'.'. --- wIIt' ample Atlanta, Ga.: L. H. Ryder and wife, M. heir handsome chargers I lemon buds for Hale at $3 per thousand Freight..9'07: A M194H
tI.1 or i. and wife J. II. Crozk-r besides some varieties of PII/Ctor : r H
tJII the unan M. Dunlape orange cheap. WILL iloi'KiHN, -Town Ticket A .
1 "A. vart anJ 01 the Henry Payne, Mrs. F. ". Hough and A large attended. monthly meeting of Budding a specialty l the best of reference
o1oRr9 or .- tnr brfthreO al1 hill d'ilIa daughters, Mr.8.y.. Boyd and daughters the Ocala Building and Load) Association given on application. S, R. R. Time Table

sue .c. r ortd to Mi1 Myra Armstrong, Minnie convened in Joe. T. I..ntanter's: office E. D. COATLM, MOUTH BOt'DU.

tI. s' t'iJ't' Kotocon::: Clara Ke''jr, Sadie Heards, N. last night for the sale of fundi. President Caprljt wl Santos, Fla. Passenger art Ires In Ocala. I zap
v'' ..-\ ::- ,t ofoththts McKeynolds, Warren Tyler V. RuttierfordsLucy Wilraer in the chair. Auctioneer .. .. ..,.,.. ..:::: 6.06 r :
II :Dt' h\'fl't'in! 'the bum'h, M.Hawkins. Bartow fn.J Fox knocked down $IHL for :34 and 371} Delightful Excumlons Dally. Frelabt.. .. ............ 9.1'1I1" M
r I'-t. ..
Geolt! .'ttJt I felltl", to pure, 00 a M. Thomp on. Birmingham Ala..; 1). rr cent, premium, each bid represent- Silver Springs and Ocklawaha River ,1106.: AM
anJ Pt n greatest ftzIS F. Henderson Lake Weir ; Mark U. Ha- j ing six shares. steamer Eureka" Ca"t.&ln Coons, leavesfor NORTH BOUND.
en aflf ....
the 1'lIMenru arrive In OctU .
Grahaujville .. .. ? A M
after ..
.f l tilt. con, 0 B. FJoyde. Jacksonville.OCALA the arrival of the 12u
II end g'Yt,> J jbt;' rtU8....- Horst Apr. 5,-M. M. Gillett, 'I I The charming a;'popular Miss morning train from Ocala and returning FTSIAht.. .... II ....................930 .r r II

inter"4 of mln I South lake Weir; C. J. Butler, Akron, I Spencer, the gut of Miss Clara Hoot, in time for paj> ngers to connect with Of II ......................llO: a II

jfIIeli, one, ah regl isteredLte 0 ; W. B. Wilkinson, Fla; B. L. Cronbv, I almost met with an accident last. evening. evening train for Ocala ; 26 mile**-fare .
)1t.1"w' \ tile dmuNeroung Fan Mtteo. Fla; C. J*. White Miw K. She was out ridir11t.tier horse. took: fright., from Ocala and return $1.50. d8f"b2m -- -- -- -

J! : 01 Iht' White Mrs.' 8. C.' Glover Ultra, Fla. became unmanageable. ran away -ith -- Mound "
;,.G.9areuu.} all1uel W. N. Y. Wm. R. Porter Boston her and never :let on I til I he reached bisnUble. Boarding I house to Kent at Crystal ,)
)1tthe pa''t': Chas S. ; ; I Hirer. A man's hat and anew pair, of;.baby 1
!r t:" _:::1t' T. II. Walker N. Y4 D. N. Edwards) Fla; with Miss Spencer clinging to I slippers] found by Mrs. Frank Lyons.

1 pint'.r operator. R B. Bullock, city'1 R. Brown N. l'.;: A I him, only a little scared.The Ir I house A large with and Nrvanu'commodious house boarding Pay for this notice and get goods: at
& tt'Jrjrtrh the J. Keightly Louisville r ,
: W. Owens, Jx4 ; U.UUJ& office
nef' j.oaJ and bd"Duval Geo. W. Banner, Macon ; B. Munn and I local editor of this paper has always I yard, etc., to renton easy terms. Address, 2t.
eat \\, 1lr.1 striven to make self subordinate. Mw. MAKY WII.LJ.UUJ.m294lt
A f:;) Bndtordnd: pink for wife B. M.,Moan, Julia )Mono Montreal, Notice to Tasc'yers.
His constant aim has been
r to w3t.
UI serve Crystal River Fla.
tfe Louie'
Watts N. Watts
Jet. athe whichnau )In. SL ,
: to 'an.; and if In I am readto collect
public noticing -- city taxes for
:I" persona and --- 1883.
( lsell, W. Sam" Chicago J. O.
; hl yule\ : J. e s, ; Attention Ooala Hide. FKANK
,j Jae tlkeo J. things at public gatherings ommissions P. GAD8OM,
lotJ W Brooklyn N. Y.. A. Coo,
the P!Ivey dif .-called on the Meriden Fitzgerald, Conn4 Mre.,F. Collins, (Collier were has neither been intentionalor At a meeting of this company held 8aprdlww4t City Tax Collector.
; : designedly to slight or wound the March 27th, it was ordered on motion
tllJe any Waterns Des
metrt for Ohio C. 8.
C. Columbus, ; feelings of any one, but from a lack of that; All members that do not attend all Mafnolla/Nmrserr*
1'b'Cf:1i'1 .aney. J..and Moines, la. Information. The public most not forget drills shall not with the ,
( folb, go company to The finest and beet
Bjir ,;s4DII <. afyi ). C"urets.otb'f 11000 to loan on first class. security' that they too can if they will materially Jacksonville April 13th. and to the annual trees for the least variety to be at had orange j
r "" dt frltit. at Un Apply 67 assist la encampment 30th oi
& J james Ocala property percent. news, especially April 1889. W, tit F. D.W
and oalee. &aprtt of Ml f and teblebtd.J. .< clip tilytf5priDil, letter to-JL thla a personal friends. O. A, HASH, apt lklleyletr_ F1&? .

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'c HIE oat LA DAILY BANNER -. poll SUNDAY MKIflTATlON.Charily For Ladles Only. New York Tribune.Ntlll of Wonder.Georgia' Palace Store t !

=i -, -===.:..-= -=. :gr- --ar-r=i.:: The violet is the (lower of I.." t. n Matter DragWHOLES

; OCALA I PLA., APRIL, f, ISS9. no Itemedy for Poverty.In Empire sashes are made In most t gorgeous enpito1' "was\ tocost c..mmiVIiOlll'rRJlt'oJl1letl $1,000,0(10( ; .

all the world designs.: It did erst IW.O1'.\ 1laP
--- in are
-- -- country its building
no !
Itamismstandscabinet-) hanging to superintend -0---
F. E. HARRIS, Editor.Georgia's thereso ma charitable;, Institutions as shelves are in favor bavin| leUirned t1S.- :l 10 the State

in the United 1 Metes They are menument Mohairs and thallics will be equally treasury. New York's capitol l WAS to cost

of a noble philanthropy. We fashionable this summer.Ladies' H'MJII.IMIO.( ) < > It has. ('OlIt-wf'lI, of 1the LEAN
< card made of old brocade appropriated, .1 1
cases are amount originally { I
have free wli' ('ls) and free college! and in soft neutral colors.It been refunded to State
ha not.t
which -
in art
l Schools
fire libraries. : is rumored that low hats have DameFashion's Treasurer Fitrgerald.New .

niechaiii, occupations telegraphy typesetting are taught and\\"e favor this spring. Retail.I Brings 1ALL. !
oilier useful dumb The ladies, at the Hub do not takekindly York !o1t'-r.
the deaf and the> )
f. have}, as\luniB for for the nick to (the empire and directoire It Will Hurt Sherman. .
and the insane ; hospitals fashions.. I 'ttr.llalr-ll'aI'R nomination \ -0-
of :
homes for disabledfioldieis The rejection
I and atMirted aI1l1It".1OOl'n l ; children 1<< aid Screens are now made with pocketsonthe WHH not po periom for the E'.Ii".r I KINDS OF-t-
\ \ women's\ societies; ; cheap panels, fur hoi:ling\ cards or photographs. it will be for hi+ chief backer l'l1.lnr: ,
and 'lldefined \\ sTATIOXKKY TOILKTWe
voting Mrenirthen the ts > OILS
will ,
h-mses, (the outcome ofa sTierman. It
I soup) ; that cannot be too highly A veil of plain net is worn over the belief in Ohio that the >enntor'spolitical
IiI benevolence entire hat and face during this early let-line. lie -- AN!)-
commended! and! applauded l, yet all these star I Is on a raput
with ARTIC'ISIn ]
while amelorate the condition spring weather. has! a bitter tight on his hands FANCY
things they
of afflicted and give temporary Faucy flannels! for boating and tennis Foraker, and any inprv to his political
the .:
I '., than a!million firm dollars State capitol New York's cunt cost less relief to the indigent confronted poor do with notWt' costmies riety.There. are offered in fascinating- prestige is a l\'riol11lJJjur '. Complete Stock. I I0

$20,000.000: ( ( ( and tile aloluh; jwcrtii! are is nothing for drem -
legislature hag asked prettier
and perious anomnally thatas .Star published the but the ci sr.
flneM. aduof
the s range The Citrus Comity handle none br
f2 OOonoo than and will be much
steel it
for trimmings ,
and mare finishing touches' wealth aculI1ulat811O\'l"rt) increases. delinquent tax list of that county this Headquarters for Wall Paper and :Ilden teed
repair Tlie contractors rich used this spring.)
grew than that. Every laborsaving -
I Nay more week. WniGIlT *: FICA zn
The moonstone broach, 0\-aI1l1 shape __
invention adds, to the miseries of
The present annual revenue of Alas and set round with diamonds,is the latest "CLOSING' out" PCBUC 64UARK : : : oau. rusJlmS
ka are ( ) ) the Wealth is like a sponge (that
J/JW.OoO.OfX, yet the territory la I IlIlOr. fancy in jewelry.
wlthll1lts reach
i practically undeveloped Channel coal absorbs all the moisture Most of the wash dresses for summerwe Stock Male at I?. Hoot & Company'sStables.
has been discovered "1II11..a\,8 around it a dry and arid waste.!' .
there in large quan .r will be finished! with a hem from
UtiCA All man grows rich a dozen men
and all t the mineral renounces are one ; : { four to six Inches wide. We will offer for sale for the next
said to he .r.r'I thing 1 K on as they are
enormrnltDr The Greek apron, a form of drai eryfordre&ses fifteen head of without correction, what is to }become f,>four thirty days go GIVEN
-- -- that is simple but effective their
generations and centuries ) and work horses at much less than
Graham Bell, of Bell Telephone country has been revived this
spring. Do not miss this opportunity -
" fame, has to duplicate (within hence! Who thought a years The link cuff I U likely to be extensively prl'8Cl1t'alnc.
\roll1is..1 horse Our [
\ good
t that the free Institutions of our He- to buy a cheap. AWAY !
a certain ago
i.. hotne ) ( \ amount the would, be threatened' by its great worn }by the la die?. It will call terms are cash E. ROOT A (0.,

scribe ps to'ofple the aid of :St.;and Augustine uupjKjit of may the deaf sub public riches. But PO it is, and I !it is high for The new correct styles in linked! shoe"sleeve has button"1low! Livery Stables, Ocala, Flu. ........................... ..............-.l.--.........
walking !
and d & 1 Las found out t snd been :
dumb and mind school time that pulpit, press statesmen 3apr w aiFor niuivuuu) us at lajt
of that )place. address themselves to the discovery heel and a square toe, which U orna away the secret by which asIan se-
t' The of a remedy for the rapidly I ln. mented with a tip of patent leather. sale' by a gentleman who I Is leaving L cure? .............. .. .. w .. .NN....
new twenty-eight story building and destitution of the The newest imported lingerie isiilmplv this country. five fully paid up
in Minneapolis) l will he 350 feet in height l'rl'allHlIlI"\'l'rly that made, but embroidered with fancy shares in the Florida, 1'rodtne Manufacturing ROWELL'
I We knlfrom experience }
and contain 928 room. The highest masses | stitches in colored thread<<1 that does not I'ornpany Leesburg. Addressthe ,
livers in the the many noble charities in our great
country will he the
occu wash
secretary at Leesburg.
for the evil. While BIG
pants of the lUl. Hut cities are no cure
top the low down Low shoes are laced) with silk ribbonan Marchl84t.
'.\ renters will) he spared lung' excursions.In they minister to the tl'lnllOran'r'lIefofa Inch wide The laces are tied( at the ---- -
the elevator few, in the end, they but multiply the BUSIH ESS
and ends which fall .. t
hardships and miseries of the many. top in long loojs) D. Fl'LLRR. lasts CHAC

Nearly every vessel that loaves! San We ilesif fsjxM'i.illy to call the attention over the ankle.In FULLER .CHACK, '" ".
Paris the ladies have a whim for And i now the secret: has tec me jAND b ilic prop.crtyandtown -
Francisco for :\Ia..kl& carries Chinese to of our pulpit to this matter, and in this DOT/SIN.
natural (lowers They are worn on the I j talk there In no u Dnriecp-- :
... work in the Halmon canneries. It is estimated connection quote from a discourse, the fashion where : tug quiet >o we admit that the E*. et I of our .

that !MM( ) of theta will be employed second I of the series, by Rev Hugh O. shoulder! in no, danger epaulet of being crushed., theyare Goldplatcs Special( attention, and all rlr!given>t-cline, Crown operation Bridgework pertain-, ... .................. .. .. .. .-
in the. canneries: thin" WRHOII. 1'entecopt' o utIle "ISemedy: for Poverty :" IIIK to the Dental A rt. "Gas administered for the
Alaska salmon nr f found io he su eriorto Our present\ system of land holding Soft cream and white ashmeres that painless extraction! of teeth. Ottlce In First
are embroidered in strit'' of brown, gold, atonal Itank Building Get &If TO SELL THE BESTest
any caught In Oregon or Washington shuts tho laborer off the earth and renders blue smith rose coWatu sold in suits to be
". territory, because' of time tirimieM of the him practically dependent upon
... .. tn.<-l.- iu with silk of the game shape) as
,. meatdue to the extreme foliliH"H of the those whom Ih" 'Iiw': rvn the eait1- 1 -

'.1 .. ri verso __________ And with nitiltiunleaui men falling) o. er tiny "tth.eII for all THE LOST CHORDBe the
each ., i.!.<.r in the struggle: for the' opmrtunity | I it mutt now necessary women Ask LOT* ; !

In the matter of divorces Illinois: i i1 mil! U''. k'll'' i'i i .. i- aa.bnt/ nward. tu w ear lhir hair high or all low Some .

reported) to lead all the other States. limit ID w j li, .< it vttutvi: ma)' nut be pushed wear it one way and some another, and i..ii goods;;; and lowest priers; :in 6r fef' Y*hat 'j jjiiies
; During twenty years it ha-t never had.I except ti.
.. less than 1,000) granted appeal for divorce. go and maintain' toe \M"I ikcr. it differently. at different former times.followerof sure and read this splendid rlree. i! ........!.
A dudu'MVt. Wit i a
It now averages over 2,0W(> ) cares If, now, (this! law is understood, you' '
i! ... per the 8r. Indiana and Ohio stand next cannot fail to see how charity becomes a 'I the Comte' lie Paris hall brought oat WE:: ARE FomS ROWEL. 5.'w' r
robe and hat. The robe
on list, followed <'In..I|)" by Missouri !lo'lal'il in spite) of t the kind 1 hearts and the Hotilangist
and Michigan New York shows hut sincere minds that di-{ 'cute it. Charity is or rich silk, t trimmed with ribbons of I Each line will make jrour desire increase ,.;
about red und lea lose shades, or with tea rose I
cases twenty years to assists! certain |>crsons to live on lens
25,000 for Indiana. than others by giving them some of the and carnations.. It is more heavily ISN'T THAT GOOD?
brilliant than arttsli.'. for the carnations!
t necessities of hie. The Children's Aid
: The Savannah AVui paya Hint by Ms ,Society III New York, which fiirnNhts qmiu) eilip e the roses. That is to sig, New Goods of all descriptions are j
will, the lato John rile that Houlanuer has outrun the Millinery Millint !II!
HI'ott. president of l lthu boys with cheap: ) lodging' : houses, has lam Iy
Allegliany Valley Railroad Company I told acted at a tnacnet to draw boysto Polite de Paris.! The Houlanger hat is abroad Salccns of livery shade !
left fO;: /OO) to his ten but tince. of brimmed plr.\\\one, with two long ,
son! New York, where there are enon.thbe'M ;
bunch of carnations: and ........
them ribbons, a a garland -
are greatly dissatisfied with their IIlrl'aly. It has, in the firot place, I J lift pouring in our spacious store.
shares of spinach cons t.n sew.1.( Our l Milliner is nt home '
and they have ('/111"". Their tended tl.I1JI't'111"S enabling some :_ . agar.1
father Has bi-painlcd 1 loin his wile, awl l 110) tu live more cheaply than others, Another Southern IMltor Gone BEAUTIFUL ZEPHYR CLOTHS : .... .. .. ............. ......... ........... -t- ...... .. .

they took the mother's pait. For doing and it has! in the second, place, tended to Oter.Hon. !\ JL';TFROMTIIENOL'IIR'tth I j

BO they were cut oil with one cent vach.. reduce waves\ because it has called more I'ntrkk'al.dl of the Augusta, : .. ............ .................. .. .. ..... ... ..
js pretty u you ever*saw
They will content the will. boys to the city. And what I is true of a Full and Complete Stock
(Ga.) Chronicle, and a member of the :........... : . . .
the ( hihln'n'd111 U true of the '
--- Society Democratic: National' Committee, joins Fine Table Linen .... ..
Etc '
Mrs. Mary .K.: Uryan, who now is the various homes for young: women, which Major (hansom, of Macoti, in advocatinga Towels FINE ;
editor of Munro't Magazine in New YOlk, are half charitable! institutions! and "protection" for "Southern MILLI,] Y

had<< a narrow escape the other day from whose mission! is to kl't'p'orkin !girls development policy] ol '\ He applauds) ieneral MOire/ Silks China Silks and Surahs too. ..... .........o--Ev'................ ". .Class.- .......,."
death. While she and them to live\ erthing ; :
some of her by enabling inexpensively.The
Harrison the echo and! :
to drysAM
friends were listening to the recitation principle is easily jjraspod even by I IIt'mlx'rlttl' and Southerners, we are agreeably DAMASK TABLE CLOTHS DOYLER s o )GOODS: GI: AitANTEE: )r. -

of a |oem at her residence, her 14 Year those who are not familiar with it. Suppose sur shed and l.penv) a
; old son came into the room lie had in the. Children's Aid Society and tho illifiiliHvl I amid tle manllke a Mrc a of

his amining.hand a One nNtol of which the) 'lie women!lia.! been present ex young their women's institutions homes board j.:8'ltll and inmatesof lodging I'rwIJent the HarUonOf South' need of protection hisways Embroidery Linen, Plain an Stamped,, Hood =&=Nasr,:=

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asked him to han :t to her which he free of charge No one can fail to see The South neetli protection for tier development ..... ;;.-
k did. At the l'On"hIMion of the recitation, that such an arrangement would enable She need"* it nermtnt Himprlatlons l for N ew shades Henriettas, pretty sight to see< )euord's Old Stand, PublicIQF Square. ,lk:

l the woman, forgetting that she held the the recipients of.such charity to work for lout Internal of her Improvement rivvn anti harbor Improve; tor w'sterwavs the navlKV u' r I Ir
e: pistol, began to applaud, antI while she less wages (than others who are obligedto iweeii the lake. and the tiulf and the Atlantic Hamburg Embroidery and Fine Lace t
did no the pUtol was discharged, the pay for their board and lodging. Andit and the MlnKl&kl'! i l for the: relay and cnnvtruo-

bullet panning through her hand, and inflicting f.lfowlC, of(coarse that by so much ft* of the rm(onstruetiut Ideation slog of: &tier defenseless ardi iu harbors coawti of; the for & "ach line of Press Goods the nicest the''' ... ....................................... .L. ..
severe Hosh wound in Mis. they are helped through charity by just South whore iron ore r.J limber are cheap and [must be.

t, ) struct llrynu'a a comet side. Hut steel for, thus the losing fact that much it s.tabor) much market.they can Hence underbid, soup others houses! in and the abundauts tat the lutwldtMi Iron' and to manufactures boutheru steamshiplineacarrylug thervuf millions all Shades & \IVliltli, \ ::.:::THE RED UCTIOII :; ; I

of its, force, Mrs Hryan would prolmbly one cent restaurants and all similar devices and million cotton poodle 1.J\J\b the and countries merchandise couth to of the UK, w any hohare3rrutrtVOttospendannually .:..:::._.........................................._..._.. .... .:.:_:...: I

{ have been killer) to assist the poor, do not really ; t! F nest line Of Ginghams that you did ever see ........................... ._.........._..............:.... : :: 1j

t We think Brother Vaughn, of the Ort only assist! enable the )jH>the or in the 1 long run. They South educate, n refo.l t ignorant all other niamiet honest t and rou iegititnatepurpaves hunt the LADIEIF AND CII1LDRESS .SIIOES 1\\
poor to work for smallerwages. where it can expended forth* benefit STOCK \ I

I lando on&entiwl the people is too foIU'l'tIn of Sl.u his!: strictures stifle.t strange. It statement may seem to make to some, but like it I is a and of States the. people even,are and unable where by private:themselves corporation; to undertake o h just step Ii and try 111; tee If It will not .........,.-...........j.............OM'.................-;-..... ......

t'. While it is true (there was no great ado nevertheless true, that charitable and perfect enterprises\ of national Importance. .. ." ......
made over the State editor's presence institution or enterprise every intended give ___p-_____? -ol'l GOODS ARE FIRST QUALITI \._ MEANS GOODS'AT"* *. *

there by its )people) but Mr. \'. must not partial assUtance to the. industrious poor The report of the United States Commissioner I * AND SSSTlIETplJACE X5T.

f' Bald forget to what us. lie State and representative llev. McLain Smith and I actually generally helps the to sweaters screw down and employers the sitting facts of about Education the gives libraries some of Inter.the X coed your expectations on the spot ::=::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: .::::T:.. '.'::

others had endeavored to ascertain the ages of the workers. United States, those of colleges and Beautiful Figured Cballics, 5c per Yard

date and number, who would come so a I am quite sure! you understand that I schools being omitted. It appears) that i 0-0
b. citizens' committee could take the matter am not criticising the work of the institutions there are l.iiSO public libraries containing .

l' in hand and suitably receive and to *hich I have referred. I ; 1,843SIO'olum'8.: Of these,424" .:: are -AUo a fine line olGENTS'JCLOTIIING- -......-..........-..-......-.........-...-........

show us around No notice was taken know that the managers: of those institutions free lending libraries being supported _..._...- -t -.........
," of the communication if received hy our and the contributors to their funds wholly or I ul1rt by public money.Massachusetts : :
.,. secretary, and such being the case, what think they 'I lead In fun Ii libraries Nww. NN..Nww._...._.._.._.....NN;... .. ..
; could :ire doing a great service to : ........... ......... ... ... .
t more we expect in return He- the )poor, and in one way they are. It is I having 176 containg 1,810,723 volumes. Shoes, Hats and -.. ......--.
sides, the calium lights) of the State pre&i better that news boys should sleeping Rhode Island has 30, with 112,9lJ01.) Furnishing Goods at I I If .

: pales mere tallow' dips, compared in clean cots at night! than in dirty tenement umes. New Hampshire has 31, Illinois -1- f!-n.-J "

'a ('.II with the world( and luminous i great houses" or hallways. It is an admirable :34 and Michigan 2S, while New York YUHY LOW PltlCKS.1JENJAMIX :..- ...-.:
cast by the plants of the thing that homeless women has only 10. No other State has more ... ....

i"' and luminous Flagler.l have cheap pubstitutea young for the than thirteen. There are 153 free public }; & FOX. ......-....-..............................-.......-..
household. For the receiptents of the references. libraries, containing 3.0&V .
( Boston papers tell us that deer are now charity as Individuals it is! a good and QUO volumes. And there are 241 free r
thronging the 5<<).000) acres \\'oodlaud> helpful! thing and it shows that thereare corporate lending libraries, containing M .FISHBL'ST j

i'iii' nearly along Cape exterminated Cod. These; but in were 1883 formerly a law world many who kindhearted think of the persons sufferings in and the with 1,727,770: iU 22GtX)2 volumes.volumes The ,Astor coates Library under, :::::: HARNETT HOUSELEADING :::;:. :.:::::::::::=:::: :::=::=:= --. fL f/

enacted forbidding any further slau bt.t necessities' of others while they themselves this head although it does not lend its -1- i ,
of the Among the relics in 341 libraries containing FWRl :
er same. enjoy comfort and Hut books. There are ,
plenty. ,.
,t Pilgrim Hall at Plymouth is an old rifle economically these beautiful works are 2,460,234 volumes belonging to societies roiTLAR HOTEL OF_ .NNw..wN..Nw..Nw..wNNNw.,,w, '

bearing 200 notches, each one indicating an evil which only tend to deepen the associations and clubs the largest .. : 1' ,,11
slain deer Just before the law was the New York Mercantile Library.Of '1SAYA e, .
t a of every one who works for being ..... ,100t6NO1PDhN
r passed to protect them, about 200 were bread except the few who are Imm H. corporate lending libraries, open to NAII, GEORGIA. ngupr
; killed annually. The success in this In. ately helped and they subscribers there are 452 containing lor
are ultimately -
:. stance, proves the possibility of easily impoverished, too. 2tUt,911 volumes, the largest being the .t Di
\ restocking all our wild lands with deer, It seems. Hotr "H. n"'l1m." And lastly! there l' Tjeiouuu
a that
pity :"
and in so inerttaaiog the food supply charity should positively injure the are 74 circulating libraries containing ,. 1; its of t tI

/ peopllrovIJed from undue and and help their despoilers but perhaps poor 214,487 volumes. More than 38 per cent 1..1. .. .
e untlmel1.kluiQg., g. With restocked for t.s well that It i. so for if It of all the libraries of the United States .
f;' eats a"drM l' our Mod may be'nearly to permanently help the poor were by possible charity re in the Eastern States And of the Artesian Well Water. Street Cart to all Depot&

t doubled lv Our Improvidence destroy- we_tptght never see so plainly the evil whole number of free lending libraries;
.-. fag uch\ast sources: of supply" has been of an Industrial system that makes even more than 61 per cent are in the Ne" RATES REDUCED TO 5Tmehtt PER DA'i

Mnselees and wicked. charity an economic curse. Englaud State 1 MUTILA'

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: Semi-Tropical ExpositioriIt j :- !

' -This Exposition: incorporated under the laws of tin> Mate of 1'loridn, opened at--

I \OCALJ MM! mm, FLORIDA, JANUARY l 29th t '1889.



r' This will 1 be) an Exposition of I'ouiological. Horticultural and Agricultural products of:Florida, and her soils, timbers, woods, minerals and live stock, and in addition articles
stad product> general inters t from all States and countries. Entry i is open to the world for the display of its products. No charge l for entries nor : Hpace. for tho products or .
manufacture of Florida.
The InittJ States Experimental Station for impro\ement and development) of products indigenous to this I"ectioulmH been )located contiguous to our exposition ground
Z y W in\'it*exhibits of all descriptions, particularly those peitaining to tho arts mechanics andjagriculture: guaranteeing uniform courtesy to all exhibitors. I

CASH PREMIUM LIST, $3,500. [:l.

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GEO \M*. WILSON, President. 11'M. FOX, First VicP-Pretiilellt; .. IU.1I.| KNIGHT, Second Vic".Pr", itlent
C. tf. CAMPBELL, SK., General Manager. O. S. MAYO[ : Tieasurer. J.I.O. C LA UK 1C:, Secretary.

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7iiisi Nalional Bank : TllC wlm1clmnts' { !I -Tin -

OCAU'T i Anti MonOIoly' ) l Drug) ,r

Florida.N0. .
Ocala, EOF .
? -<:c1! : 3470.:= >>_= .. t
'- :" : STORE) .
-NO. 3,815-- ; ,
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......'...........-....... BUCCESSOKS T-o-i'I-I: DANK OF OCAI A. Second PlaceCUJ1111IT1iNi

PalidUp Capital, Authorized Capital I CAPITAL STOCK SGO,000,1)OHURPLUS
: :3it0.00 ; '
$50,000. ii T1 : $150,000.CUl'CU"-'r..1 ) 01' STOCK

E.'V AGiE1V: ,Fri.. t w.U. '. .......... ... orricRiiHiJNO. Quality of Goods anti Low Prices.U .
.....-... F. DUNN I'rttidtiu.
I :1 : I 1I': I)i MiKh8, Vic; ;; -0000IS -

..,ttr ltrsilrnt.It.. IJ. MtCuvwKLL Cashier -'OIUU- I) to

McINTYEE. C-i iiiEi:: : : .. Bring now rttullulitd/ in our new and,It'gattlank, LvilJiiiy+ we are]>rrj aretl to guar. -( >r tc4 neat door to FlntlNatlonal IIaDk.)
A. antee tatUfaction; to alt. 1m 11-118 .
: General Ranking l/utitiftt trantarttd. Exchange, bought and told.

and best cquinix.banking! honoree in tLe State owned l by the : BOARD OP nIlU CTOn8.JSD. .:--
neof the finest f311Ith.14 1 for 1 rnalunJ,t Collections on all ac-cessible point .
We have special COlirtell and fcor to m'tomen rowbtent with !Ue -OKHARDWARE-
We will extenJ e\'t'ry and careful attentionour to all busmen entrusted to ns
shall l Give promptguarantee
oankin R,and and all business In our line and .
.:,t HANK Jo.I: ).DI8MUKEH,
entire .atlsfactlon CIIA .HIIEISAUfP.: J'A- KIN8TKIN: ,
R. U. McCON.NKLL.: .
I Importers & Traders+ National Hunk, New York, N. Y.; Sasll,Doors,, ins s sAT

outhern Bank of Georgia Savannah.
in all important cities in the 'Velit.J -
CorrespoudeutH! -
r I6J'Special Ca1BJwsl'oNfR.v7a::

J 4ec9 __-- __--- d .Yational Park Rank: o/. AW J'ori.Aationa of fhvannah afacertrt Gntra\a.J\'alwnal flank or Rotrm. A. E. DELOUST. .

MONTEZUMA Haloes lauudto Hanhng company, /xmwri/fe, A'y tmtl-U

Street, OcalavPla.
Main I
r, I New\ Jewelry Store -Drug Line- .

..... ......... Shine replete with everything in HEADQUARTERS '
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ono Hotel .Or..th8"cftyFiRSf.:9. his line. Call and examinefor

for .. :..:.-:'Te ......... -......._...RESPEcfi...:"".- yourself.String THE PLACE TO FIND THEM PIANOSMusical .
SS"i ISf -
hoa of t ( M. -; : .... r............N...N.N..1.MM..NN.N.. .... .:..........N. -0- -18 AT-
.. for Musloa Instrument -.urn-
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: ; If 'nl"J b-JlhI. ansssodious' sampleNIOOIM! for iw. Specialty. .DELOUEST. :
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95 ff"1IU. .tN brick Mu.OIK! new furniture. All Work oa wpir of Clock and] Watches. '
,attkN. 0unDt-s. -{Wan 8101 CAiiK.)1OCA ) Instruments I IOCALly

r.h'9. I RhQlnauer's Old Stand. LA $ ,j'j t 1.1 FLORIDA
: J. P. lALT. 29 dw .
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Per Rat.Iz ... r ''' 4 4r' o
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Advertising Kates.

.,._.'f", So. Lake sir Ha.
Size 1 yr. | 8 m. | 8 m I 11 ,| Iwk j|once .., -:> ,
1 1 UD *+n i 150 /xi Ixi rTOO), "'', te1Jk '\
115 ( M) 1A oo b 00 IftOIf
100 100M 30 10 (a) 150 CJ Sixteen miles sot of Ocala: ; on
r inches b0 ao 18 70(1 115 75 tl J\"T"f high bluff overloo] the whole
1 Inch ing
a0 20 12 / M'' 1 60 : "
J of 'Beautiful <& Weir.
local*.10 cenU per line
\ Jr further information apply at office or : HCKS MEETS All TRAINS

;. '. C. L. BITTING, Fine Doatin-Sa: 'ng, Gunning

BuftlneM Manager S and FiR ing.

IIICII, IIA UK AND RACY Transient Rates $2.Z Jo to $$3,00 per

J. II. (:urrl'. Herlo Comic Lecture Day. Weekly Rath $$10.00{ and

at the ErtHmition building on the nigh Upwards accord to Loca

of Citrus the llth county inst.delegation., at the request.. Laugh of and the Hon of l'oom

the world Laughs with you Weep and Address;

you weep Alone. But >?o and laugh, feel l H. J. R SENBURGIAD"i'er,
merry, brighter and happier when you :\
hear the brighter, better, beaming Bide t Late of Park Avenue Hotel er Port, and llU:
( of this dark world represented. ton House Niagara Fall.
Citrus County Star please copy. --
Open All
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Fred Iouglaaa' Wit. .
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In Mn Jacksonville speech( Fred Douglass \

1, When said : the Egyptians', slaves were WEIMELAND

emancipated they were told to help!
themselves to the gold and silver of the
;.' Egyptians.; They had something to gout o D -LEADS IN T B--
with. They did not *o ont empty-
handed and those Hebrews have beeengaged n

since. in the Jewelry business ever Watell\\ Clonk welL \ el

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A hail storm which swept across New

.. Hanover county North Carolina, the .
other day, was the severest on record.
I, The hailstones were of enormous size, I IUCll
I and fell In sheets. Many were as large
as hen's eggs. Much damage was done
"' .. but the strangest( fact uf all was the kill ".5
'. ing of Benjamin Moore, a young colored tlrlng n Specialty.
man, by the hail. Moore wan caught i in
.. the storm in the suburbs. o(Wilmington,
and was beaten by the enormous liail- :if!'
atones until he was completely exhaust
( ONVic5r SIDE
ed. lie was discovered after the storm,
)lying helpless on the around He was 3mSlol
I bleeding at the mouth and nose, and his
1 condition was so alarming that a physician I
was sent for, but before he arrived
Moore was dead TIT ES I II

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K. E.; YOXUE CX The Ocala Plum 'J"-
; bers. Call) and examine their fine stock THE
and work reasonable &DAMS
set good at prices 1
dSldeclm ABSTRACT OOHPA'fY.1 .

4 A comfortable well kept hotel that 1 ---:r

charges most reasonable rates, is the IS J1IE
Harnett House, t Savannah Ga., so long PLACE 70 GET THE FActS

conducted by Mr. M. L. Harnttt."-AVw .
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York World. mar II tf : }
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U ( of fon.ocl08ure rendered the -- -- -- -- --
by Hon. J. ... ..... .
J. FInleyJudgeoftbelrcult'ourt, In and for .

lcHh Marlon. wherein County 1,wu Fla.appointed, on the i'th'day'rec al of Mauler February In;, 1A. =TOWN LOT j f !! A TOWN ("

a rertaln rao therein! pending between: H KNKY 70T'I"I E. B.
M.lJ IIOLMKS. et al. executor* of the estate of rou LOOK I FOR RICHARDSON
1'AHTfc.t'K/ lecewjd. a* complain I I 1
antiandUEOKUKW: LYONS, i-t al, an defendant I -THE- .
*. 1 will offer at public tale onMOXDA I' $25.00. $25.00. 1 1UI'LN

APRIL 1ST. 1S83. .-...........................-............... __............. Finest LIvery in the City
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In front of the court houitedoor at Ocala, Florida ::.:::.::::.._ _
within the Legal hour,and cell to the hlkheiit! bid .'
der for cash, the following dencrllil ...... -0LEADING -
I't'all.rol vrtr -
: attested In Marion I County, Florida, to |;wit :..Pl..f II.S. ]I.Ul! ( lrl .JIIsI ntrQJrr1.:::1 '1'HI1'1'Y:L QA..Y Ir(ONLYiI l=..... ."

The,east and half northwest of the quarter loutheiut of quarter northeast of quarter wrttoAre I ._... .. ...._... ............ ..... ...Jl....... ... ._ ......._.....__ 4LES! STABLE,
section eight! ;all la township ft fie*n south, ran
twentythreseaatcoutatningone hundred a Ked ,"'ISI.
twenty acrt, more or lea*.
[ ale 1* postponed until Monday,
1 MileClive! The first m the field New Semi-Tropical addition to the City of Ocala Anderson's new addition GEORGE :McKAY,
Marl Special Mauler. adjoins the Semi-Tropical Exposition grounds. Three hundred lots now offered at $25 each, for thirty days ARCHITECT

only. The property is elevated and overlooks the city. South street is now being graded to the property. AND BUILDKB

MASTKH'H! HALE. The pr0p0sed''dummy' : line," when completed, will add 100 per cent to the value of every lot. Lots can b DESIGNS AND E2TIMATEB

' UNDER AND I1Y VIRTUE OF A FINAL D E. paid for on the installment plan if desired. No commissions, no agents ; buy direct from owner. The edit

Judge of fomcl the.sure Circuit rendered Court,in by and lion.for J Marloncounty J, Finley of the BANNER will select lots for non-re>;ld'nts.( "Get in on the ground floor." Plat can be seen at office Orihrrnlshed of ._. on,_Application_

Florida, on the 2Mb day of March, A. 1* II. L. Anderson or address II. L. Anderson, Lock Box 125 Ocala. Fla. --.n
lw in cause wherein! CLARA B. \\AI.U\CK, Omcr.R181DIJfC&
rt,ai l.. are complainant, and u(00. H. DAVIS, rtaL. r I Orange andhst.
are defendant*. lu w'tlih' decrv I wa appointed OCALA .
Special Mauler,I wllloffer for Rale 1 at public Till LAFAYETTE HOUSE:, FLORIPt.
outcry at the court home door to Ocala Florida THE OCALA HOUSE. twss .
s to the highest bidder for cah on

.MOXVA, MAY 6Tif, ... D. MA3. ..
the following described property to-wit: One -JACKSONvi LLF., FLA- i I I. J.
"" "" BROKAW
; boiler, one engine andtwoelreuiarmilllaw1 I ,
\ now lucaied and oi raitug '
at Rock Spring: *. Marion county Fla. Hold to Centrally located on Femrth Street between -1-

iatitj laid flual, 'FORR1C8T d cree. L. ROBERTSON. Ocean and Pine, The Leading Hotel of the THE MARION COUNTY

350.O..Ximplalnauu Rgrriox, Bol'r Special 4aprilJUd Muter. IS A&AIN OPEN, City SERYMAN. JfTJR.

JAMES R. MOORIIEAI Under new Management, "special| inducements J -.L( -1-
and reduced ralraU' ) permanent (iienta.
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.-. 'iT(1)U..)......).. ...T.. .....nURVEI'OIL--.M.I ....... ) .::....._ VlNE8 A 8PCIALITY.djan52ra .

noN cued -I- onge" -1- -1- .

1* In room 1, R. E. 1 A ('0.1' BBJ Resident Dontlsts. ADDMM, Anthn7pjtt) |
new building oppoiiite Mouteiuma Hotel. Ha,elands
your located terbre you build your improTementa. > ,MERCHANT NATIONAL BiNK BUILDING Repainted Inside and Out! t
My*urr *are open contest by .. 1
two or more competent Surveyor*. 1 use the beet OCALA FLORIDA
Instrument and theoriinal Meld notein all inywork. -AND- -HERE I AM-
rartledealrluc my ,ervteecan addrea meat All brancbe of ntlry. Teeth nUe.1 And t
Ocala,or call at my oflW.: tjitlinate on Kail-I Dreamed. Root crowned with poreelala or fold
road surveys and tub-dlrliion of large tracts Into teeth. ArUBcialetlrom one tooth to*fall let. I:::=< th .
jf."i!? public the boeat
town>> of city lou made on application.JWmchtf \ KtrtoUy tnt-cla**dentistry at moderate prices, REFITTED THOROUGHLY WITH ?:. a :......!....:..... }5L. "..

a y 108. r. OART, K. IIUILUINU. 1 .f
1 ,::, FANCY n l lOfl
rirnciiN: AMP *raoion.B0MU ,
fnf will be recelTCHl by the Trustees ItlcubchoolBuild of the Ocala BEAUTIFUL AWNS AND CROQUET .. I g lo
Af a.w A Oary'l Block OCALA. Htkn School untU April lt. 1W9 Plan and GROUNDS OFFICE ..
U FloridadSjanJm peciflcationi bow ready at the office .f T. J.wok. 8CPPUES AT The
eerea erpeHeooe
neay. architect. The lru tp* reserve the I>HT.lleire ---- i o{
W1&AI0.J7-1, of rejecting\ any er all bid. Bond for faith I ...-......-....-. the
r7 ful performance contract to be ", L.. A rull Une of M--\-
The Rd Grocery, Magnolia> street, to bid* to F.JL l'ar.41D lnf'r
lhalrmaD: Beard 7roatre,Oc&i. Kih 8fb01'KllIlTif 1 ,
the place to buy your Krocerie .&tteat WK. roX.l eaetarr. TOM Tmaiii APPLY TO : : : : : GEO. D. PDV
11. ZACUAKIAI, Proprietor. ( lOr Oei'1III bid 11 uteDd.J to April blAxAe>ta.
.l) OCALA .
9ldeclln >
d d ucfc U. U,It and 1*. wit rLO1DA.:

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