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Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala daily banner
Daily banner
Banner
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Banner Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Ocala Marion County Fla
Creation Date: January 5, 1889
Publication Date: 1883-
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
daily (except sunday)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
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).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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OCALA,, FLA., SATURDAY, JANUARY 5, 1889. J ::'ir r +


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BUDGET. OF HOME ,NEWS A Handsome Sheet. Florida's Law Makers. 'CITY & COUNTY A

The handsome little DAILY OCALA BANNER Below we publish a list of the statesmen .

C,1 t It;;. qty Editor. of M9nday, the first number, did not who will compose the next legislature D1RECTORY I "'''

'Read'. put in an appearance at the Metropolis and make I&for tho future government < ...wr.r..J ,j r r

: ,Ren* jr add, in to-days paper. office until last night ; but to say it l is a of the State. CITY OF1o'ICERS. ,;:a :,\, 1'1 r Q

To-majrc' bids fair to be a very cold credit to the town and an honor to Frank Alachua-J. A. Rosborough, senator ; Mayor-Dr.Thoi P. Garr. (" ;

day J., j Harris, editor and proprietor, l is not half W. C. Rites and J. B. Tompkins, repre- C'lerk-B.Itallork. ,l ;, J ,
Manbal-C. R. BaIL
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A t' that should be paid of the pretty new- sentatives. Collector-r. .'.Uadmp.AMKttMor :' ,,
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chilly blustering day and dull
a Baker W. A. Drake '
born babe. Every column teems with senator ; C. F. -D.E.!: Mclrer. '. '.
trade.' I Trt'uUft'r-K. "
Barker, representative. R. Snowden. \,. ;'a > '
-r good, newsy items and It is brim full of Bradford-Rev. A. Crosby, senator J. President Council-Jno. F. Dunn. .
Col. Adak ; Jtrwrd of Aldermen J. F. Dunn ; f
Eif : E W. Agnew, .
helberger went to Tanasoft
solid sense. Long may this banner C. Richard and J. L. Gasklns, representa J. T. Lancaster John A. Rowell, E.! L..Root K.O. t f I .,.. ,
kee to-jay. wave, and be always found held aloft in tives. Smith, II. W. Chandler, I. Brown and W.U. Mar ,I,.,\ __

'The V 1:<' jury is still in session and the thickest of the fight doing battle for Norwood Brevard, -representative.G. Harder(', senator ; W.S. shall.Sanitary tns1ector-W. T.- King '; '{a, i !'1 1 f

no tJjopt1 j .tuent in prospect Florida and may if never surrender untilit Calhoun-J. D. Perrong,senator ;Francis COUNTY OFFICERS. :
waves triumph over the last enemy. l M.\ Yon, repre ntaUvClayO. County Judifo-Richard McCout r, < : .f' '
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County Clerk D. '
\ jfbe i(9tezama hotel had twentyfiveg&estoyeslerd'ay The business men of Ocala should give W..llall, representative. Sherlif-E. T. il1"l11ero f
-,:'! + representing six States. Citrus Ednards, representative.' Assraor-J. C. Mathewt.Collector ar
t > i the new daily a handsome support., Columbia-John W. Thompkins, sena- -H. T. artmann, Citra. .' I '1 1 y

\V./'V.Tiewfloin, leader of the Jacksonville Jacksonville MetropolisA tor; Silas Boule and G. 1*. Jones, repre Superintendent Treasurer R.of Firles.Iubllc. Instruction' -U. L. _, r. i,
band, arrived in town last evening sentatives. S Payne i lemlngton.! r... .
Nice Showing. Dade-Commodore.DeSoto County Comml "lonen-Ji.. Long, W. P. '
Trantham. M. II. Rou, F,i. Perrtn, W. 1)..Wll f r t
to-morrow.
No We shall observe *
paper i' Notwithstanding the severe yellow fever -Ziba King, senator ; Rev. J, .
Sunday-especially as it is not the lost day s epidemic last year in Jacksonville, \ representative.Duvair.1i.Schumacher! The r.ounty Commissioners meet Ute first Mon. ,
s : In ,
day every month 4
of the voter Tampa and other places, Florida made a : senator{ school ...a.r.sE.'Uarrt.., K. T. Wartmann, ; {
Lewis and R. J. Scott, representatives. M. H. Moier!' A. R. Griffin. I'i. .. Purlnoe. I. J a
Mrs. F. K. Harris and children went splendid advancement last year. Mate Ksrambia-C. B. 1'arkhill, senator ; A. School: Board meet first Monday la every month : r

up the road this morning to spend the riallymorally and educationally, Governor tives.F Fillingin and J. B. Vaugh,rt'prestnta- COUNTY BOARD. OF,.HSAJUTTPresldentDr. ; 1,. ; f''

day al Citra.t .V Perry,says the growth was mar- : .'T.t, OaryV"' S8|
Franklin
,f' ._ velous. Florida is marching upward -II. W. Johnson, representa- secretary-Capt. 'B. Rtohahlsoaul I D!'
tive. Members> 1). ''
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lion,A.:C. White, of Jackson county, and she will never stop until Ex- Gadsden. P. Dismuke, senator; B. )'. S. Moser and 11. U. In In. < ;,T. ;; J '' to ,. {

but temporarily iojourning,' at Wildwood' celsior" i -vvritten on her forehead. H. Hinson and M. Bates!, representatives. BOARD OF TRADE. ;,1\; '"''; .." '

is ,in the city.' "_ Hamilton. D. Tuten, senator ; K.: M. Presldent-J. F. Dunn. *.\ ,\ ? 1.\:\ t l' '..*\ '
Appreciated-Send for a Year. Smith Vice '
and J. M. Staplerrepresentatives.Hernando iresident-R. A. Weartert.Secretart :\
Jefferson IHnson.a mellknonn coloredman -\\m. Fox: I 1 : w
-B. F. Kirk senator Dr, J.
& "The DAILY BANTER J:1'e: us a NewYear's ; Honrd of(Joveruors-A. P. Man. Jr., C,. Rhetu- .' '
and for l long time a citizen of this THIS ROOSTER HAS DIGESTED R. Snow, representative. { '
a aner, Jno F. Dunn. J. II. LI\' ogawn, a.1(A. ..
place, was buried yesterday. THE:FRESH. "BANNER LOCALS. greeting! It is a little gem, and ]Hillsborough; B. Wall, senator ; J. >\'eat hers, Vm. Fox and 8, W, Moody, j if. t r "
will certainly unfold pleasure and knowl- B. Walton and B. N. Mathes I r'
representa BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOC A. yr'; "'t',
Corporal Kirby Griner has the hand- edge to its many readers May the rose tives. T10N.Presldent ",' :' .

somect Confectionery, store in the city of happiness bloom for its editors, and Holmes-John Britt{ senator ; James ---t, :
0. B. Wllmer. :
Hathaway, representative.! I. rat
Give him a call, At the post-office. 1 their every wish and endeavor prove J&t'kROn-U. B. Stapleton, senator ; W. Vice Fnsident-Ed.Lelousst. 4 ?:," I .
and Trl'uurer.Lou Fox. t
Secretary '
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We; mote> ,the'city i council: issue bondsto auspicious during the.New Year." So. H. Milton, Jr., and Gabriel Smith, repre- Hoard oi Mrectars-'J.T. Lancaster. Iwiao Btephens -,, 1" '
sentatives. I. Brown, U.FMiol, A. x. l>Delouest utu.1q
fill up lake Moody, between the writes one of Marion's fair daughters., Jeflerson-E. B. Bailey, senator ; S. J. Zacharlas and W. TtKlng. ,,: : '

Union block and Rheinauer's store. Turnbull and F. B. Taylor, representatives. OCALA RIFLES. .:: J1I
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Services in the Baptist Church. .
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Taptsln-n o. A. Nash. ;1 f
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1I.W,amberlan: Esq., received to- Rev. J. Numally: of Kentucky will Lafayette-Wm. B. Clack, representative. First Lieutenant B McConnelL .'. If-
day two dollars for military services 'in Second Lieutenant P. E. William .,' "
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the in the in theeenlngthe Members. \
occupy pulpit morning ; Forty "f'\ .e':
defence of. of his adopted !::ita te. Lake-D. JI. Yancejr. senator ; J. J. FIRE l
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Pastor will preach from Dickinson and E. A. Wilson, representative. COMPANY. .

Last night we l Ijad a small sized water :Rom. 7.23, 24; subject: "The Aggressive Chief-T. D. ancaster.. r': .'t '. ;." ,"'t t Sy t

spout, this morning the touch of the TIfIS ROOSTER HAS S .ALLOJJ'ED Power of Sin and How to Escape; fromit. Leon-Patrick Houston, senator ; B. F. First'oreman-Maurtce aaiW t-Lunis Rbelnauer.Volk. .' ., ;; .,'' ', 1.
Walker and Dr. E. Christie, representatives. Second assistant- O. Marshall i'r''.. ,
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antic breath refreshingly us. TYPE ItETAL ,"
upon 4. DISPATCH.Mr. Becreury-J. Mallett.. t \ .;t

;U e Ocala Water Company's, service is .Senator Blanch R. Bruce thinks that Levy-W. R. Coulter, senator ; N. A. Twcnty-Qr members v ;' '?' "

growing daily. Our people are learning Edwin' Anderson, brother of our Presidentelect Harrison will not color Blitch representatives. HOOK AND LADDER COM$ A'' ;1,. y ,' ', f
Liberty Wm. M.\ Giinn, Jr., represen- President Abram
well known druggist Dr. Wm. Anderson Palmer.l; : _..
and conveniences. his cabinet. .
comforts .
to appreciate? tative. Foreman-Vt Uks Rents J ..
is l expected to arrive tonight Au1ltaDt-WellllUcb&rdIoD. : '" ,
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Lee-G. M. Htndy, senator ; Peter 0. Ik "" "
Col. Tom Foster, of South Lake Weir, with his bride from Wilmington, N. C. Chief Juttice Fuller's decisions are Knight, representative.! Twenty members./, :\ "*A' 4's I

was in tl e city to-day, also Mr.' Robert This gentleman l is a distinguished officerin said to be remarkable for their brevity. Madison! -Theo. Rlndell, senator ; J., r, .. j.. a '
RS. 0 4 J. 0. FKWNJC, N .
McClurei of Sabbath Rest-on the Ockla- W. O'Neil and Hugh Paterson, represen- D ;
United 9
the States Navy, and known But they cover the points at issue. tatives. DZNTfSxe 'i + i
waha: ] to'many of our citizens he passed several
Manatee-James Layne, representative. ---' ; r :a ,
'tlj elected officers months with last winter According to the school thereare .
tjAlt newly county us visiting census Have Ue most luxurious appointment* and best t' '
have submitted their bonds and been his+brother. 69,000 white and 60,000 colored Marion-John F. Dunn, senator ; Dr. equipped dental rooms In the State of Florida.' py ,
\ S. H. Blitch and A. P. Baskin Both member of the Ann thoroughly preparedJ- '".
approved, and will be inducted into The attention of our readers is children in Florida. Alachua stands at tatives. represen- Kttfuwlonally. lbe publlo reapeettuUy i Invited 't :).

j.I .office Tuesday next. directed to the dental card of the Doctors the head and Dade at the foot of the I Monroe-W. C. Malone and A. Del- New Merchants' National their offices bask In Building room 1 Ccal and*/.r,

The Ocala Building t Loan Associa- Perine, appearing in this paper, who are column. Since 1876 the whites have .Ga do, representative.Nassua Fla. d ianSra oct 19 W -'. 1 4 ,
officeIn increased 11,000 more than the blacks I ; S. Bailey, senator; G. 1.I .
located in their elegant
meets this evening at Jas. T. Lancaster'sreal now new I.
I Baltzell and Webb Ftmoej-, representa- macs, P, OARY,1. D ,
estate office., Let the members be the magnificent new Merchants' National The OCALA DAILY BANNER is a, visitor tires. "' A #
Bank building. The appointmentsand -E. M.\ Hammotd senator T.
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there and time.
on that sanctum.
brightens our Judging ShIne soaetiosr : ;
W. and E. rxtucuasutn b JRooma
C.
t Morgan, representstivea.
furnishings of the office are just _
ii from the first f issue, it is l an ably edited
} Congratulations" are pouring in uponthe sumptuous* and luxuriant, and when the Asoew dt tldick, ,ALX', 4
DAILY BANNER,. and wishing it all little paper of which the city should feel Osceola! -Rlley Johnson, representative Twentyrven, Jretr a' eaidatlenio r 4rWs Gant
additional fixings and trappings are proud. Happy New>'ear to.it ;and may Diseases, d art3aBtq C 1hinl ,Ai.ly t s, I
t manner is needless to
of It
success. say added, which Dr. G. Perine will bring Polk-J. W. Bryant senator ; J. W.
it flourish like gree'n treeCainetulle .
a bay -
,that we appreciate the kind words that from New York City, whither he, goes Record. Trammel and Frank Clark, representatives. -

ire to us. next Saturday, their, quarters will be .
\ i Pasco-J. F. Latham, representative.
'Ir. Sam Smith, the grocer, has im: fairly gorgeous. \ Florida has had twenty-one Governors. Putnam-Thomas lime, senator; Geo.

passed a new feature of transportation. Mr. John Woodford, of Conneciticut, Andrew Jackson was the first Territorial Derkl man and Ilobt. J. Broad,representative THE BEACON & AThUL
Ruler 1821 followed by six others. W. *.
ik young son goes around and takesr3era is a late arrival in our city. lie was busyin Santa Rosa-John Wilkerson, senator ; ABaTRACT COMPANY, t ( 'a J a
the first State Governorin
'..., on the back of a Durham year. the clerk's office yesterday havingdee Mosely 1804, followed was by thirteen. Frank'P. : John Rouke*. and' E. V. McCaskill, representative I R' Ef
ds recorded and seeking information
,4 Bodge Fleming will take his seat Tuesday next. St. Johns{). B. Smith, senator ; T. V. is IIIE PLACE 2'O'GET TilE FSajOrncs a
how he could to Grahamville a
3fbe accepted jurors in the case as to get Moore and A. J. Corbelrepresentatives.) t
wrest and eat at the Magnoilia, inrge that day. When It was stated to him The new fender, firedogs and mantle, I Sumter-Thomas M. Atkins, represen 1

of Baliff George R Smith. This that no regular conveyance ran in that for the, "gentleman's sitting room to be tative.Suwannee. S : t b ssJ

"4 ing fee took them to the poet-office direction, he said he could hoo!" it 20 placed in the Ocala House arrived last -R. F. Rogers, senator ; 8. OCALA II 'er. r
M. Martin and M.
j "d'Out to the Exposition grounds for an miles. If be did the latter, the waterspout night and cost 300. The new appointments tatives. M. Knight, represen !

Pf of last eveningnoust have over and furnishings for this splendid
Taylor-John M. Jenkins senator C.
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1 tTIt6 taken him. { >tfir. hostelry throughout are on a basis with '
Semi-Tropical secretary,the genial (( B. Whldden representative.VolustaC. GO TO STOWARD'Si 1 .

I ,Uefatgable! ...worker J,O. Clarke, Is James E. Kerr, of New York, was the above. 5V. Green and. F.A.A.B. Bielby Hawley., senator ; E. .. ST,

t/ivlog,. numerous requests for space in in town' last evening. lie, has spent 12 For.Sale Cheap.A : & representatives. FOR FJR8T-CLA8 P rah
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1 J:position building from snide show winters in Florida, and becomes more complete set, 15 volumes, 9 hundred Walton-W. B. Saunders, representa r

I \ lie will have none of them on attached to it each succeeding season. pages each, or the International Cyclopedia tive. '
\ t round. Many of our readers will doubtless recall ,. bound in calf, for sale cheap.: Call W.knlla-T, F. Swearingen, senator ; Fomt Kino AYMDK, j ij Uwttvx* Ewes I k C "
T. J. Baker, representative.
at this office. dAw Jan2 td
calamity liar Is this gentleman's ead and heart rendering Washington-W. B. Gainer representative. -Oppolt( Mttbodlst Chorch.. .
Some unscrupulous experience which befell him at St. Augustine The other night we observed sprawled ,
spreading; reports that Jacksonville continues last Easter Day, (In the loss of his out on four chairs in the waiting room of A glance at the above list will show { dint* IRS

$ to have cases: of yellow fever. wife by drowning. Mr. Kerr and wife the Florida Southern .depot, the burly the inequalities of the present apportion- Still another, the OCALA BAKnut now

Shoel l1l heated sufficiently for so base a with a gentleman friend went out into form of a Ion of Ham, In a position anything mept and that a', new deal and a fair Issues a dally edition.' F. E. Harris, its fu

y wretch. Jacksonville Is u healthy as tHe bay to have a sail when a sadden but becoming snoring like a "good J count" should be Insisted upon.. editor, has been getting out one of they y .

any place on the continent. fierce squaw capsized, their boat,with the fellow", while outside on the platformwere best weeklies In Florida fur a nnnaber p< I, f

We onilited to1 mention that the excellent mournful result indicated and the men several ladies setting around What with her International and SemiTropical years, and hh new venture in'the si ',y

description of the Uomosaasa excursion only saving their live by clinging to the ,'on trunks" and boxes. We call attention Exposition which I It to throw of anally will, no doobt, be |uJlsucc 'r ry' r
for open its doors on the 20th Inst., and her 8 ful/-Orlando Daily R*, "
in. last Wednesday's dally was upturned boat nearly twenty-four 'of the agent to inch tcenea.fcll. .

the graceful pen of Mr. Forest L. hours, when they were rescued 'more two bright, breezy, sparkling,brand-new
from and enter dead than live. Mr. Kerr's wife was E. YONOE A C).,The Ocala Plum- papers both dally, our enterprising slater We acknowledge a plHltlou ai
Robertson, a most agreeable lets.' Call and examine their floe stock city of Qcala roar bold up her bead Bra Hart, of the BolltJV o nr-otji, r

tainingwriteranda risingyouug barrister, previous of to Falatka.her marxiage( MUs Llllie pnd ret good work at reasonable prices. and say how d'ye" to the best of tut! day who had many kinDAILTBAKMCK. / l

}lr. John Do&l", of the F. C& P. R. Brown ''d Sldeclm We wish her unbounded uccesi, and Gl) on grpu t 9 A
of the scramble \o1 onJeeSj TJ J. Owens keepsa fresh stock/ll tv.
;. Ticket For Bale, prosperity all 'roand.. and to our enterprising -
V goer> In which porters rPdynnners fruits, confectioneries vndjcigansv af I The Red GP i
hotel* accost and treat arrivals'weekly Headquarters ...'Waycwsto Cincinnati!, food until tOft/Tert', the Messrs, Frank and the place to *
: tbedepot. 'Wher' perance drinks BoothsW epubljA R4I4WjA ;brnary .. 1889. Inquire at MonteruHotel. To Harris, each, the very fullest meatJ irU J

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; BANNER nnih N'wt. Ti Amencan Pomological Society : TIIEoaews- -IF r
OCALAD1ULYy : .1"

P. E.,: HARRIS, ifditor. '*; .?;Deaths and I Disasters' in t$88.... In response to a call for 'a meeting ofthe -Drug Lei i -

J ,f J"t' Among the distinguished{ reple.who executive committee of the Florida Oo l Depot !

: died In 1888 were the Emperors WilliamandTrederick horticultural Society, Messrs., Lyman

'SATURDAyJANUAR'S'J$89P of Germany ; ex-Marshal Phelps, chairman, Dudley W. Adam'sndAJI
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--- --------- Dazane( or France ; ex-President Salo- ,Man ville,met in the office of tlio 9LARGEST PLACE TO FIND, nEU

,.' mon, of Havtl! ; Senator Conklin,. or former in this city yesterday, and being STOCK -13 AT- \ 1 |

... New York; Governor Parker, of New a majority of the committee', proceeded

Jersey; ex-Lieut. Governor Dorsheimer, to the transaction ofbuisness. The obJect -ANDLowest DR. DELOUEST,

of New York ; Attorney General of the meeting was to prefect arrangements
Prices !
Brewster, of Pennsylvania ; Secretary for holdiug the: twenty-second -(WtsT SIDE SQCARE.)

Memminger, of the Confederate treasury biennial! session of the American Porno- Of any Store la Southern Florida. OCALA I t h I > FLORIDA.

ex-Senator: : John P. King Georgia;i ex-: logical Society in Ocala on the 20th to 22d -0- Sm 810M "

Senator Mord(>cal, of' South Carolina ; i fFebrnary., This society which is the I. DODD. ISRAEL, .: : OCALA, FLA. .

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Gen. Philip 11. Sheridan, Chief Justice largest and most important of its kindIn 3m 81.88

Waite ProfcEior'' Uithard A. Proctor, the world, comes to Floridaon the invitation e

+ Matthew Arnold, t:. P. Roe, Amos Bron- of the Florida Horticultural Soci- 0 41 '," '., S. R. BIRDSEY&OO. ,

J son and Louisa May Alcott, W. W. Corcoran ty of wbich llr. Dudly W. .Adam! ,of Tan- I ,
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'J, Jackaonvtlle Is'tnjoying horse theatri Henry Bergh, Charles Crocker., A. garine, is president. This meeting is of a.Mfl :.., -I -0-

cats, S. A bell and Bartley Campbell.This vast importantance to South Floida, as it C Retail
___________ : Wholesale &
list embraces people who had will bring together a large number intelligent rk ,

Mr. Blaine will upend..the winter in I achieved fame in politics, war, jurisprudence fruit raisers from all parts of the I'.., -DEALERS IX- ?

Wa3hingtop.P science, literature' art journalism, Union and Canada, many of whom will .. '"

railroading and philanthropy. They visit Florida for the first time but it is ..L1
,Jacksonville's crlmlnacourt1s adjudicating were whore Influence felt will let it be their k ...., Hardware' ill 1 GI'o dries
r people was safe to say that but few ..... .) ," U r
a "yellow pup" case Very greatly in the different walks of life last visit. We want the fruit growers of I

F A train containing a hundred tourists, and yet the world mourned them for a Sanford and vicinity to get up an exhibit S ,
brief period, and then moved along as and attend in a body, and help to reap all
will reach Jacksonville from Boston 8s OCALA, I I I I 11LOItrnAsm
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usual. the advantages that may accrue to us
to-day., ____________ ,
Among the disasters of 1888 were the (corn this meeting. At their meeting "

Palatka had a grand masquerade New floods and earthquakes in China by yesterday, the executive committee discussed :
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1 Year ball, so had Orlando with a broom' which thousands 'of people perished and the necessary preparations and =-..-- -< -AT-

drill thrown in. thousands more were reduced to penury appointed the following committees: &j.g-

and suffering the destruction in Japan I }fruit exhibit llev. chair.
..' Chancellor BUmark's heath Is ; Lyman Phelps,
very
by a ,volcano of several villages and hun man ; vegetable and flower exhibit, Dudley -
'arlous. Thursday he received five
pre<<
thousand ,telegrams of sympathy. dreds of lives ; the Hoods in Mexico, by W. Adams, chairman ; advertising In1H j

--..------ which many lives were lost ; the great I programme etc., Geo. L. Taber,chairman: lD.FisfleI'sCan s

The newspaper war has ended. The blizzard in some of the astern States I essays, A. Manville, chairman ; entertaining

battle was short, sharp and decisive, and by which much damage was done to members visitors etc., Dudley W.

\ the BANK KB leads the prosesslon. property and many lives were lost ; the Adams, chairman ; judging orange com to-

collision of the steamers Geyser and petitors A. II. Manvillechairman.

Powell ClAyton, of Arkansas, and Gen. Thlngvala by which more than one hun ford Journal
be found one of the
Mahone, of Virginia are both clamoring dred people perished ; the disastrous
for a place fn Gen. Harrison's Cabinet. floods in Georgia by which much prop A Washington special says: that Oeorgia's f.
representatives are fighting bard llp
erty, especially 1 In Augusta,wall destroyed; t
The Uretna Couritr, pf Gretna, La., the yellow fever'epidemic in parts 01 for a larger appropriation for Savannah. ;; Best assorted selected and

,U edited by Mrs. Av jH.. Snypp, and }O Florida by which hundreds of Ihes were Why don't Savannah improve her.own : ,
there Is no more snypcious in the ; collision harbor, instead of appealing for }o'ederalaid
paper lost; the railroad at Mud Hun, .... ,
country. Pa., in which seventy-eight people were ? What is tike constitutional differ. p
of enco between Federal aid for educationand most desirable priced
killed, and the burning the steamers
The treacherous ice of the North is
?. fc Federal aid for the improvement 01 : >
Kite Adams and John Hannaon the
getting In its deadly work. Almost dally harbors? If it is right for the masses
Mississippi' river.
we,read of it Riving'away and consigning to in ignorance rather than depend or
grow
The record for 1889! probably will showa up Stock Dry Goods
skaters to a watery grave. aid educate
Federal them
r distinguished on to ,why tj
death list of persons equally as -
I let the rivers fill with sand l
and not up ,
a list of disasters equally as
The attendance at the opening of the rather than depend on Federal aid to
appalling. One year differs very little the CI\\ '
:Fast Florida Seminary at Gainesville, from another in the number of distinguished clean them out. 2 } _
3 r was very gratifying. Gainesville is lux: : S. d 31 dec 4 mIn
who to their last
persons go
orating in ripe strawberries. resting place and in the number of great The Jacksonville Tmes, -Utfon is fairly 0
humping Itself. Boom saintly describes
r1 Wo in of the first number disasters.
are receipt its growing popularity and the rapid Increase TIIEAnti
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published
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AT THE CHURCHES!: MORROW of its subscription list. We rejoiceat -I
this number is index as to what it
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this it is 'the or
dally
"""" as truly great '
wjll) hem in the futureits succea iseecured.47 Subject of the Texts.
..-Lerii County 1\mt Florida, and one of the brightest and Ho MonolJoly lJthllg,1
: Uev It U Wiffu.nH. of the Methodist best In the laiTd.We ",

The Time* ,'onmII ue- a Fpccialttnmber } church, will preach hm farewell rermon ---- ---- A
to hit I for Uartow receive two Ocala dailies on the cm -AND--
next Tuesday, to signal the previous (pnrluro
first 111or the ,which shows a re-
.opening of the winter season for Florida' next W(1m..lay.l Mrb. rathitaiuiiiilVon: year
matknblo stride in advance from the SEED STOREWILL
terCnre of ire tfiurrh ufthi'inrV. '
T.ii'llmtesiibalo; tralu will,, arrive on MfthmJlst Ar
that 0 .tf8inio stale wiD rtr4trl" : time when the lJuily Item died from lack

& y -. II. (GoUftlJ will CHI liny ,lie of"'HO m ft hin tf to live for. Both papers :. 1 TAKE-.

i idea I Jnay' by foruml of the first, $lei fan I'"t..r't. Milfoil l In \ihr ute rely IIkt'l) mitten up though the 4:: 4w :rJ .'No Second Place

growth: of: till country when' a nn lec 10<111I i nil: ''Ovrr.lhiitylhnsllthhlisl":i I 1 % i /'r1f shows some lack of careful ,prepa w

>nn].inr: ran erect n loan of'f12OJ)().OOO, In tin v\nln-, : "lit* t<> Mafc. tli,' fttioii and |roof leading! and has not the [ ': -INCOl1PiETBNESS--

M''ii' h na., ivutly ilouo by ilio IXiyUc.i NYrMr aJll&II.l| | Ytur. bolld appearaneenf the HUN Itlt. but this ..' '

41 '+ .a" CvoMiiny of liO tou;, Iti.". c. II. Wiliuw, m, or ot Oral lark will be t'nsily Yl'I\It'.tlf't1 in future a. ) ) or STOCK

.:. "(_ I I lptsuttal, rlmrCiiill l pi Mi'i! m tlw luimUTH amio' wish' t both paper a ".rr : fTI

':tttnl'reiiptt'riau; ministers Jlinial\ )- njoritinfrom, : the 111I"x' ; *".\rtp44', >hln ; l.atH',)' anti pe''essful :\t>w'Yt'itr.rl.tII'f o 'J Quality of Goods aud Low Prices.

_ lityV wtpt ti.nly,derided I lluiitbtj huoniuoi fur Ihy tight in U'UI\llfl' ;iaN'.j1l >"<" i y
-t-'r'' h nttyti',1'radett' ''' ""' ?, fen' t tiling" Ino \ .. ---- : NOTICE: : NO. 3. en112 .IODISED :

ti 'er NArt 1iU\1t. A Text for O.r OopJ li.o'htr. .. t' ,. '..... -0,1Js4.1 '

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: to substitute in tlu, .. .... t. .\ tirt. li." totrit".row...... "' ,,-'Unt ... k., .F fcuA 'u.&
l'' 1cd'o' :; VM1'>">!.matearlIT bill a bountyllutpioduivi' h t f the tol..u'issstiaere N.Uwp, a.1 \h" t $sIUws -.--
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l\\\ v that the' his never Itvt! u MnjTtt tuuurgt'easell1). fefut-I U tniornuttte : .t
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1 Thlit" .flay: tH which ho ntl\tlt\ iauttttn to the world t'irt! ; !HHIIIQ "'Jiini i! O-H'' i rah.JtIstttrl.nlMttlrrrJw..>r i..rlivtlri.. ).!!oiff' V then tbr-----) ....-._..,...... ".. I"11 t'UI U j, 'R RIGHT ; HA RDWA-R-E

.l; rolftlon. l'fot'II'I.tfI'- anti )Marion{ coiiotv. The U K,11.."" I tiii' mt.i II m .HnVif.t.\' ,., ,..?. ...__ IJt .,. ,.
k AP .1 j "OJI sude and ov Rrnut. ftrettthd! price of cotton nor (,,>)>nOIi rrporta j bliow it <<> IH tits "I u*>thif'! .*t 4"1"- slaty' ....IIHIMW<< ...IJ'.ro-? .......... 11 Iu to the best and most o
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ty : iptrr t SasliJool'sJUinusAT
JOO'1.;. 1'o1."Y' unl"lL4"t" reycltg. ................. U for 1 S
L of an Ol(1\<4ioll.aJ mtirtvtk of >eluvv| foyer t'..,cue hull tn.l Mtilt"NWt"wr OOki).. 1ft a your moneynt'T '

-r JU,+vtrv",,\)..,ttuuei' to rejH at Itself J:Florida witliuut doubt the (i",ltli. Olio"outs hiillriUitlHt 1"1 t.."'I'...'.'..utlkt.Murrr 17 r ., ;

i I ')JliJiifnn Jm* a Btatefuiau whose lest State In the Union >(d, tu Italy JW".lr one hllllltt-I.&IhIINIJ.... .. ...wk'I.........a.......... 18 .Mbumlrt't :
( far. lit will figure In the and die,""com" to Florida and y.,." OM .n ly.pldte ....... "
over one b ul tiny ??? iv R U RIGHTIn
1 neatnStit. But there J.i'n,)' wtllA For Iwo bunJrtU miff std, ut r utwtonehuuJre "
The Times Union's" New Eduot_-" > .il! v"iilj-Jv*......... JO u' m2.-ss
.tOJ \o. UriUin will\ arL e tu sby Llm. All over two.aiHlretl miles.! ......- .... U5 NAnd .
In electing (blonel Merrill wlitor-li '
_ alllO. Qlrt..ldWr reduutou on Treehall your selection of a trading place 1 1f I -
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chief of than 71N't' Union the taLlra.Ifthebmmisdon
T U'W 'Itcpig Sunday the IAILU managers decline to m \e the ,. You say you trade withROWELL
"satrw eta{ reader that }\&id' him a graceful though not .an unmerited 4U>T. i-tec they ark lht Rule 1 of ClrcuUr 2 be. C F. BREWER & 'O
many
1)Aas' ; GOtHEADQUARTERS
He Is al'\Un. rvki<>rv nlt"' 'tot will be held at all the compliment an M Used by C-rcuUr A I* rnlorcort over UIM
pushed writer and during Fleming. nmd end heir "raudIN ; aDd tb.l Circular IS /
anti -
he* trust that each I II o fur M Ii allows au *cent,ou re;uUr rates foe. I
I of"" >e> full) divine orsliipj>ers campaign in this State last year not sal. .finch rus4a. be tes.4ndet.. .

tJr .venlag. Immortalized himself by his nunifkvn asy.4. (TtMt Coinnanr JackkMivlUf bM milled Timpa the tUUroad Key west(bmmlstoutes gar I* --0-t RIGHT !J R -roR. .
reports of that canvass, but hU Wire the that ou the mb inMiAUl Utiill file ulA '
S.esttOn them a schedule Aright *ud piuv>eDier tart !
c fl. propounded to rallying notes that gave inspiration .n tat all the line of MtU 'jrtt,iu, wd ask the snprtnsl PIANOSInsical '\

d, NYe not only made along the line and led, more than aU Males of U the hereby same,ft en to aU raDr0a4 ;
i i*\j&n but.we basel other thing combined, to the splendid tioni and persons tutenMUv. that the Hi :
iHuauMtouen. at their office at 'tstkrtars, i .T"'t L'S I? the place for UK,
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+ ash" victory which was won. wefass fry, the Vtb day ol JAAQaI'1 ]law! ;wW ( ;
''Vue. But We hope that under hit supervision iu and stir web Lots.Uoa w bear win aaM be pctlilon likes tbervio.and applies a* ioaj. tie Cheapest. U Ins lnts I t .

tttempt tbe l\i.,ct Vthiun will grow to lot a bigger Just and rt* /-1) t tioe Store_

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4 The following Ocala Growth splendid for showing 1888 of the THE OCALA HOUSE.

growth of Oof a for the year 1833, wUichr onal Jank
gave to 'o r readers on New Year's I fteOF

day, and forMr.N.Natha 'hlch we are Indebted to

sfaworthreproducingandwhich 1 The Hotel of the OCALA '
we doh! 1( for the purpose of correct. i Leading Citg Ocala, Florida, "
ing any lna'uracles that may be foundin
it. It aiy( inaccuracies have been I .
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hope that they will be pointed out to us ,. I.
as tho article will appear in a pamphlet UNSURPASSED IN APPOINTMENTS TO ANY IN THE STATE! :

which we Have in preparation and the '

statements of which we want to have I ir i =1L'(

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Ocala".aterWork...._......-... .?-.........$75,0n0flo w-- -
Int.and Semi-Tropical! Exposition......?. 80.COO 00 Thoroughly Repainted Inside and Out I Paid Up Capital, Authorized Capital,
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Ocala Howe Improvement .. ...... '),00 00 4. t
N Merchant National Bank................,.... js.000 00 '
1 D.A.)ll1ltr. ...........?.?.....?....-............. 13,00000 -AND- $50,000., i $150,000. 1. :
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Street paving improvement 8,000 00
C.Rhelnau r& Brae....................?......._ 10,000 OC REFITTED THOROUGHLY WITH ELEGANT FURNITURE I II K.: "'. \fSj.w.! : z1 y j. "'. n.{'OUC'II..I>,.* i t i
City Mark.t......-...--........-.................. 4,000' 00 : : a a+ M''i .w.rv.r..r..r....d.. Y
i. 'v.C. Je Tords........................?............... /fi.fiOO 00 '
fc. t :Electric Light 1 Co................................... 9,000 00 I -f t S
Dr.R. D. Thompson........................... 8,000 00 I
I DanMillerresidence..........?..............? $,50000 LAWNS AND GROUNDS ;_ _
I. ,R.L. Anderson residence...............??. 8,50000 BEAUTIFUL CROUET L 7
8. R. Birdser,residence........................ 3,500: 00
Dr.Delouest,residence-...-.................... 8M> 00 A A. McINTYRE: C.iii: i .. '
Win. Fox residence...........?................ 3,500 00 ---1-- i
D. C. W. Smith three residence,....... 7,000 () '
Colored School building..?.................?..?. 6,000 00 SURPLUS 7000.00 .
i Dr. Moody< ,residence......._............ ...... 8,000 Oi) FOR TERMS APPLY TO : : : : L. M. THAYKR, !M.\S\GER. ..
T.W.Harris, residence......................?.. 2,10000 .
L. >, ml f n. i andller residence................... 2,000 00 Smll-88. 1 bank. We have special facilities for making Collections on all accessible! points. x +
......?.........._......?............... 2,00000 --- -- --- -- -- We will extend exerycourtesy: and favor to our customers consistent with late
E. new,Improvements............... 2,00000 ---NO. 3,815.NATIONAL.-- ranking and shall give prnntptand careful attention to all businem entrusted to us 1
D.Dole ...._..._........................_. 1,00000 : We solicit BANK ACCOUNT and ..
E. / ..........,......?.........?.................. 2,0000 guarantee entire your satisfaction. all business In our line and,* ,' "
C. ....?........_..........................._. 3,00000 THE MERCHANTS" .
o J. reildence..................... 1,500 00 11 1 BANK( CORRESPONDENTS 2 ',
....._....................... .. 1,50000:) .
\ R. E.Wathen.... .....-.........................?.... 1,600 00 Importers & TrutlHl'K National Hank, Now York) N.Y.; 11h
\ F. C. \\'. William...?..?...?.?.,............,.., 1,500 00 outhern Bank of Georgia, Savannah. \
J.G.Reardon Improvements................. 1,000 00 OF OCALA
C. H.Brewer.......?..................?........... 1,000 00 t& Special Correspondents In nil important cities in the West {
E. Spencer................_....:..?.............. I.WJ 00 i i 8"
Episcopal Church.................?............... 1.000 00 Dank docv i q A
; w c:Jeperd*?.....?................................ 1,200 00 : $Successor lo or (Ida. : I .
Bullock&Davis... ............................. .. 1.000 00
\\. II.Chaille.......-.._ .....................?... 1.600 00 CAPITAL STOCK : S OOOO.OO W. W. CONDON'S' + tear
Ray Bollock..??...?.........?.....?..?......... 1.000 00 SURPLUS. .' 3,000.00
Dr J. C. FerineMontzuma ...... .........?.?......._.. 2.500 (09t )) ... ...... .... I' I1b
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John Dozler....._....?........? ............... 1.700 00 --- WEIHE I
improvement...... ............. 1.000 00 JNO. F. Dais, lrt,ldnd. gy
M.t Littletuer-..,__..................................... 800 00 E. P. DISMLKM, J"i.ct'-ITfJJ1dent. Shines replete with everything in, ,. p
o.. $,.,,..&................._......._................ 800 00 IL,13.31CCONNELL. -LEAna IN THE-- his line. Call and examine .
,two cottageiGr ..................... 0)000)() : Acti.igCaihitrBOARD for yourself., .
VnM.1.'..,.......?.?.-...?.................. 700ol. V\\ ? -.
.K.Badger< ?.....??.................M......._. 100 00 ---: OF DIRECTORS.-.: W\ t tdi ll Clock l{ JoivoiryLINE Strings for Musical Instruments. a _
'.O. Boynton....__......-....................... 50100 1. ;f'U/f' Specialty! ,y ysr 9'
'0.W. Martin resident..................._..... 1.000 00 JNO. P. DUNN, R: P. DfSUUKESJ. All Work> on rvpalr\ of Clocks and Watcbe.iuaraDh'e.l 1.l

Total ...................?.....?......?........,.J2SO.SOO 00 CIIA8.. C. FERINE UHEINAUER, IIARVFY'RNIGIIT 1VM.:.'ANDEit.ON; i ,.. ( RhelnaUor's. Old Stand.r '-, ,''i .j\'\"," t ,, r S
ISRAEL BROWN R. G. WRIGHT, -ft d'w31.YmhNOW1IEN v f e
Gainesville's Mayor fined a hotel J. A. EINSTEIN; '( -0- ) : A"Me:FARLAKE.DtALKM "
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( ( waiter $10 for falsely reporting that 3 General Banking Business Transacted Collections promptly I I Repairing a SpecialtyLocATBi IS: 'v
av 6 yellow fever existed In the city. made. Correspondence solicited. ."* ALL KINDS! OF FURNITURE.

Correspondents : f- -( ON WEST FIDE? OK 8 t'AnE8m3t.114)- '.
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1 I Iho coke trade of Pittsburg is enor- -0- 01 ",
National Park Bank of Key> Y.ork. AfarmcK Aationa bank of JJotton. THE JNUTE imrEcnoK 'or THBIB Conrutt + ceee'
mous. One firm on Thursday shipped National Bank of Savannah Georgia. .
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The Unite l State* Experimental Station for iinprbvtment. and development of products Indigenous to this section halt been lotted} contiguous to our exposition ,B rot A

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Schedule.I Store Stock and Prices 4 MI. t \!" ,f'\t '., ""'.:{;

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Freight. II .1 ...__....._.1. 1'. x. New and Invitill ..j1.
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SOUTH BOIKD.PaAteoger "if'I'
arrives In Oc }a..................,1.55 1'. x. WatoIII\8'n\ '
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aar/.1 arriree In Qcat.1I; ;..:._...._ 7.15 ..
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Schedule of the S.S. O. & G. R R. r : I ,
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Leave 'OcA1 '1...."................_ ....... 7.15A. .
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Silver, Springs, Ocala A Qulf R. R. '. Cf/:::: ,
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/i. 1:23': ....,...Alf1)ew.. .._. .It. 723: HEADY MADE .
I.. II _)/artel1.. _... 7M: v '
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w 315 II ........Juliette..._. bill: II
/," 2:2V.: .. _...DunD.UoD.... II 822: .ItII CLOTHINGTailoring .
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e 14 It: :,11ultJunalon.: ::: 615;: .. ..
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tkya ,, / .......... r.e. OILS, STATIONERY, TOILET S I!

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should subscilbe for itWelshton e
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handle none but tru.*ne't brand fir"'tge....
a [. .Regular Corropondenc Headquarters for Wa1\)11\ '.'jier and' UardtWJtlUHT toe..".,
7 The Sunday school entertainment A. } :
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x Christmas night was a decided success, PVBUCSQViHK. I : t OCA!,A. FIJI, .
) conehtng of tableau, recitations, longs 8m31 r,6 The Buffum Loan & TIllst Qomflag

{ I f land J 1ft cboolenrollmentletwentyeeven but not least refrwhments.TJ ; I:


t "vel 'attendance, twenty. GEORGE M XAY,

i jjr, Bowman la now setting out ARCHITECT AND BUILDER, .
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'5 Kji'thlrO; I l.en acre orange grove in Welsh D} JGN8 AND ESTIMATES II ) I

+ t)' r ton 1 fff. ., grove owned by Mr. -FurnUhed Application-
YAFe p11leted.) o : JUNE 1st '
.Forman ply} rr. n- INCORPORATED 1888.
I lMf fstablished Orna-RaIDu I r : Orange and Sixth*t. ,
The Sunday .fboQ) .
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has a regular attendees (pf tw !atytw"iTluG ; sy s-w) I It

and I is dOIn' .qQ(1, 1rk\ : 1 I'D .. J

,y, I Qttf ; W i said!i to be one of a6E. \ 1 Capital_..... L r : $200,000

vne t nmuucomest In the county: and Is I B. RICHARDSON\ Surplus ..._........ 0,000

4" C'Cll1plete thlouabouL It ru.) about o- .......,..... ......... '
and was a free gilt town. (Fern6ret six months' business to November 30, 1888.)
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Wl Finest Livery in the City i

tt I \ eommtJalontt1J') visit'FjRe to O Welsh, has Tetuan ed he' m1is -SALES-oLEADING -- STABLE 'Offices : : : : : STANTON and OCALA, FLORIDA; !;

.T V ber af lQalket, the popolu IIG 81-M .
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t } ye'iev.Dr iD Archibaidof 611ver AifCoL'S ( Will loan money on' first claw improved real estate at reasonable rateu. Application to be made .
;{ vacare JAS, T. LANCASTER, at Stanton, Florida. *
pSd w-i2rt! to the Secretary ,
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will made Una EYAL 1tATEtDHiILBB, tirOCA it LvCE WITU R. L. ANDERSON RNEy; .

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