The Ocala banner
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Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala daily banner
Daily banner
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Banner Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Ocala Marion County Fla
Creation Date: January 10, 1889
Publication Date: 1883-
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
daily (except sunday)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
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 )
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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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COUNCIL XOT. The Pomologlatc Are Com InK. Compliment Still Knlllng Thick
or interest to Every: Citizen. J. O. Clarke, the Seml-Tropical's rushIng Upon I &(c

L. BITTI GER.CUr Editor. Present at last night's meeting were ecretary, received a letter from Prosper Till: <"AD.DANSF.It, one of nnr lest I

President Dann, Alderman Agnew, J. Berk man, president ofthe American weekly I exchanges came to us last weekas \

thanking him an evening daily. It is ably edited),
Pomological Society -- - "
c Go to Griner for fine Bananas. Rowell, Lancaster, Brown and Root,
flanked by City Attorney Green, City for distributing circulars all over the both editorially\ I locally, and bids

Mr; Kirby A.Griner is the leading Artist Collector Gadson, Marshal Ball and country calling attention to the fact of fair to take a high rank in daily journal Holidays are Past !
Sweet Meats.
Health Officerand Sexton King. the meeting of this distinguished' and ism.-Or/ +fo Scntinrl..
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The genial rays of the Bun are hid anda Mr. Jeter of the water works, was important body of fruit growers in Ocalaon Make It ()(oAIA, Anyway. -, -

frigid atmosphere prevail today.Mr. thanked for remitting three hundred February: 21 and 22. The letter
: "Our treasurer writes me that he Notwithstanding official notice han TIM ni'Hii is ovr.n.Wo 4
dollars of and says .
water rent during August
James A. Harris and lion P. P. been given that tie grand lodge and
hopes to fill two Pullman cars with ladies
Bishop, of ,Citra. were at the Governor's September.The chapter of Free and) \'t'Itt'll Masons
and gentlemen members from Boston.
night watchman counted the city- ,
inaugural. will in tin the 15th
convene city on
lamps and reported that their were 54, New York and Philadelphia will send have settled down to strict business
Mr. Jas. Pike of Orangeburg\. C., is inst., a number of State papers seem to' 1
large As to Georgia
delegations. we
of which he paid only a minority were'trimmed and uo mean business t
with be unaware of the fact, as they erroneously \
spending a few days J. II. Livings
in solid Your
hope to phalan x.
and burning. The contractor come a in what we say. i
announce that these bodies will
ton.Mr. and lighter, Mr. C. B. Capers, was called\ l hotels will, therefore, be put to their utmost 4
'Sla.-JacbQfHlk olit.Ho
at .
J. F. P. Johnson( Gainesville, to rush around and illuminatemore test to shelter your friends." Just convene <' Mttroj>
upon --- -- -- ---
brother of Mrs. Gibbons, and an old. or lees shining dollars would pins so, friend And it will behoove every It 'Horn."'

timer, is in the city cu business and vis- Into his pocket.Mr. person who lias a cpare room and can The exposition at Ocala promises to be _Wo have a Large Stock ofWiQter -

iting old friends and acquaintances. King sexton of city cemetery, said entertain a friend or guest on that'Ot'CA. a grand "success.' The people of that city

The Choral Union class meets at the he needed a little money( to fix tiling sion to KOV tint. the ir hospitality is not are deeply interested in it, and are real-

Methodist church to-night at 8 o'clock. to clean the ground, &.c. One thought* stinted. All oxen will be on Ocala, and ously working together to Insure this. It Dress Goods j jSuch

Let there be a good attendance of both (!ul alderman said : "And no fence around her reputation for considerate treatmentof will not only do Ocala much good, but

old and young. the grounds ?" chorus' of city solons. strangers must be kept up to and all South Florida. We hope to see

'No fen('" and a burning shame: it is !I" made to overleap the high water markof Orange county represented there in good

Mr. W. D. Graham, our faithful Fel- So say walso.. tlui-e queenly and kingly virtues, shal'e.Orlawlot'I"illtl.. as Flannels Cashmeres, Hen 1Vo

lowship chronicler of events in that It was then strongly urged in a conversational which is ac'Ortl.1 I and stands on the riettas, Albetros, etc., col .

neck of the woods, made us a pleasant way among the board, that record! to our ueilit, for suitable entertaining Silver Springs 1'ark 1'olntrrH. ored and black. lt

call to-day. something should be dODO to wipe out of those who come into our Our Special Correspondence.Mr. ----

C. II. Campbell, superintendent and this disKra/ftul: blot on the otherwisefair mid+t. --- Charles Clark, our cabinet maker, -"\ will offer these goot1o13FiiJ -

engineer of the the Ocala Water company name and fame of the people of It Must bo Said I will have an elegant exhibit at the SemiTropical ,,

was recommended by the city Ocala. One suggested : "Why wait'for The DAILY BANNER aims to give every. which has been manufactured [ 'JF." t mmW1Y'ID.llyg "-

council last night as a valuable adjunctto the ladies to raise a fund with which to body credit for th ir good deeds and especially fur the occasion.

their membership.As build a Chinese wall around the cemetery commend 1 \ the Our mill is daily sawing lumber for
most earlily any acts on
? If they have money enough to outside parties. Silver Springs and Regardless gf f Cost !
General Bullock's commission does part of the 1'1'\11' i| le of Ocala for the spirit
erect a fence (and I think they have) let of that made manifestby Ocala are being supplied with carloads
Improvements are
not Clerk of the Court until .
expire as
that go up and then the outside world them. every week. -To close out and for
get ready -
March 1 1889 he will have of
charge Dr. C. 8. Scofield and
that office till then. will at least think we gave some respect] Severs l instances of good work done wife are now enjoying .
and reverence for our dead." : our mild and healthy breezes in
have been oniitttd, and it come to our nun HI'IUSU'TH.\U.: .-

Jkr Dr. Butch, who was attending court as'a Talk about l'ed streets, waterworks, ear this morning) that in the list, Mrs. their eiegant dwelling near tho Cooks )

witness, was summoned post haste yesterday electric lights and Serai-Tropicals, and all Jno. Dunn was one>f that number. cottage.Mr. If

to to River that, "ami bid the world come and In. the the J. Ii We will positively\ soil these goods ,,
During Judge
go Crystal on a pro Hiininer Priggc, the electrician, has no far '
fessional call. spect us, to find that we are dead to instincts Williams place, l,umed! 1 by second and recovered that ho can talk and walk,but oil at what ve can get for them,
and the first, to select will
and emotions, that if properly "
third South mid Watula and Tus-
Miss Mittie Brown the fair milliner streets is yet quite weak. 1
the. have the benefit of the
exemplified, are among crowning
cawilla fetreels which Mrs. Dunn hallpurchaflt'd
and dressmaker, has placed this office glories that stamp the character of our improved Notice to C.-1:. H. -Largo Variety.HKXJAMIX .- .
was handsomely ,
under obligations by presenting it with humanity and civilization, upon the age and a fine cement side walk laid all All memberRof+ Endeavor --

a basket of-oranges--and-grape- --fruit.- in which we live. Again we say a fence, around the block, which represented an Satiety of the Methodist church are

The American Bible society brave donated .- i, a fence for our cemetery, and quickly. outlay several thousand dollars. eauitfelly requested lu Lu piuociit ut time & FOX.

Market rents for month ending: Janu special meeting on Friday evening, at ..
a number of Bibles and New Testaments We are convinced that our estimate of -- - -- ---
ary 11th, t$i6.25, less 3 per cent commission and 7:30: o'clock. PRAYER G+MM11TZK.
to the reople's6ociety of the paid
Young money, ;{)278,000, as printed, CITY & COUNTYDIRECTORY.

Christian Endeavor, fqr use in its serv for collecting same. ,out for improvements and new buildings Our Legislator honored

Alderman Rowell raised the question : in Ocala 1888 fell short of I .
during The Tallahassee Floridian publishedthe .
ices.Mr.. C. F.L Brewer, the obliging proprietor By what right and authority have our the actual amount expended and will letter of Dr. S. Ii. Blitch,contributed CITY OFFICERS- -- '
marshal and night police the privelegeof Mayor-Dr, Thna. P. Gary. ,
of the Ocala M&ric House showed us exceed 300,000. to our columns some time the
leaving their posts of duty and goingto ago): Clerk-H.: A. Hullra'k. ; "
last evening a splendid specimen of the subject of a State Board of Health, withavol'able Marahal-C. K. Hall. ''
other Ocala .'.+ladson.
places to perform professionalwork is steadily moving ahead. Her ollet'tor-F.
Vose &: Sons, Boston, grand upright pi ( comments.Mr. Assess-D. K. Mclrer.Treamjrer .
for outside parties? Referred to growth and business is most satisfactory, ---- --._-- -K. R. Hnowden.Prrildent t
anos. It is "J handsome in finish thatit his Honor, the Mayor. (sgNa, and her banking institutions are enjoy Parker, superintendent of the Ala- of Council-Jno. F. Dunn.1
is worth sapping in and looking at. Hoard of Aldermen-J. K. Dunn K. W.Agnew,
"Air. Lancaster secured the placing of ing a high tide of prosperity To keep I bama and Florida districts the American J. T. Lancaster John A. Rowclt.; K. L. Root, K.U.Hralih .
U. V>, Chandler: I. Brown and W.U. Marball. .
Among foe Christmas casualties' not l,500 of street improvement funds to up with this pleasant and happy state of Bible society, stopped in our city to- .

mentioned by us was an accident that his order, to pay for grading, curbing and material affairs, the urbane cashier of I day on his way to the M. E. Conference Sanitary In.pector-W.T. King.

happened to Earnest, the son of Mr. E. paving South street to the Semi- the First National has secured the clerical I at Barlow. COUNTY OFFICERS. 1
I County Judge-Richard McConatby.
P. Dismnkes, vice-president of the Mer Tropical grounds. After aoiulng a num- services of Mr. C. G. Huber, of Uron- Want r
chAnts' National Bank of this city, and ber of bills one of whlrrqvoked( ? discussion Bon, Fla., who arrived last night If Situation as salesman. Competent and AM Mor-J. C. Mathewt.

whose residence is at Quincy. The little that of En lne., orester of $20 I "Mac" keeps on he can shortly organizea Experienced.: Good references. Address Collector-U.-H.T.H.uartmano Prlea.Superintendent Citra.Tnanurer .

fellow was holding a lighted roman candIa for examining the waterworks, to show company of First National bank 1'. care BANNER Oflice. 2t jan9 of Public Infraction-M. I.

in his hand and the load struck him its rupplying ability in case of a contin- : guards. Pane. r1emlnacwu.inmtM'li .
________ County (:v> >nera-II. W. Long W. PTrantham.
in the putting it out it is feared, ual demand. Mr. Agnew cialmed that )I. U. Rou, F.5. Perrin, W, 1',wtJ.lIam80u. -
eye Mr, Zacbarias, the proprietor of the A young man to do collecting. One l
besides badly disfiguring his face. lie is :Mr. Sylvester Brower had performed who can give bonds. Enquire: at the The County CornmL-lonen meet Ute ftn Mom-
Red has done extensive
grocery, an In month.
said to be a remarkably handsome child. similar work, and had been much more trade in furs this Of Music Store. StOja day bJlllu&rd-every lIarrilt K. T. "'anl aDD, t
season. one
)I. M Mowr. A. R. U Uurltoe.wcboul .
moderate in his besides I
Mr. Henry C. Dunn, of Citra, came charges, makingtwo per who came in from down the river, The Red Grocery, Magnolia street, is Board meets Ont Monday In every month.
the trips from Romeo at, his expense.Is the place to buy your groceries. COUNTY BOARD OK HEALTH.
down last night to take a respite from he purchased twenty-one otter skins,
was finally allowed,as the president I, II. ZAZABIAS, Proprietor. I Preaidcnt-I T. P. Oar,. .
cares, anxieties and perplexities incidental paying for same $75. The trapper said d 31decl m s.ccretaq-Capt. t:. B. Kicbardaon.Memb .
of the council had employed Mr. For. the ra-l>r. l>. A. "mlUl, Anthony, )(eeen,
to collecting large he received
a orange crop, money represented aweek.11
C) M.H. Mover and D. II. Irrlu.
The rester, without stipulating what his R E. : : ., The Ocala Plum
and marketing same. work.
successfully charges ehould e.Nightwatchman. bers. Call and examine their fine stock BOARD OF TRADE.
pleased smile that played hide and seek We received call and pet good: work at reasonable prices. I'realdent-J. 1"". I>unn.
Wassen to-day a pleasant
the dimples in his chin, plainly suggested d Sldeclra Vice PrMldent-H. A. Weathers.SecretaryWin. .
over that the council secure hose a of K. E. from )Ir. A. D. Mitchell of Birmingham, e Yor. "
said: "We have done well, and the I Hoard oOorernors-A, P. Man Jr. 0. Rhelnauer. -
t Yongt &: Co., and so placed that he Ala., a former resident of Summerfield. Wanted to Rent, Jno. F. Dunn .J. II. Lhlnpl Coo, B. A.Weathers .
the golden apples have amply repaid us Wm. Fox and 8. W. Moody, ,
lie arrived Tuesday night with his fam- A neat three four-room
could secure it in case of a fire, and withit or cottage. Speak
t for our labor. On being questioned,Mr. quick. Cull at this offiCtJ.I BUILDING AND LOAN A8SOCIA.
he could put out a conflagration, while ily and will again make Summerfiejd his TION.
Dunn said their of thousands of I
attempting to arouse a sleeping community home. I lo said Florida was good enoughfor l-nllc1el.t-.O. B. \\'Umrr.Vir. .
I boxes, had netted 11.80 per box. Partner Wanted. Prerldent-Ed. IA-Iquest.Nectetarr .
him and his
who on all occasions of the kind family couldn't do I and Trraaureraul Fox
Court Note seemed "the that knows without the BAHKEK. Safe and profitable business, $3,000 to Utwrdof ,*--J.T. lancater. Isaac 8te
enjoying sleep t5,($)10 wanted to meet the growing. J'b.n..l. trown: .. FUbol. A. E. Dtlouert. 11. D.
Yesterday afternoon Mr. Julius M. no waking," and while trying to arouse The DAILY BAMMCB acknowledges a demands of trade and extend same. Zaciiartaa and K. A, qrl'"d.OCAIA .

| Robinson was examined in the Hodge the populace, the fire generally got under call from Mrs. Sallie T. Shewey, of Fairfield None but reliable parties and those who ,.. .. RIFLES.na4ln .
n A. N hFlr
recalled to can command the spot rash need apply. | u
case and Mr. Jesse Mallow)
that when the
such headway they got to
Va., who has come into sunlit Call at this office for particulars.Prof. lentcnaiit-K. M MrConneJUd
I o'clock the court adjourned r the stand. At 4 scene of destruction, it was too late to
S Florida to view her goodly possessions at buy Members .
t'the the stenographer, Mr. save either goods or building. A.J. Foikett, '
t the Park. She is stopping at the Flo- FIRE COMPANY.
Woodro tt a to wjite up his notes. The suggestion was certainly a very Ida Cottage. Practical piano tuner thirteen years Chief-T, l u. I neuter, s

Elbe state is through with the direct ex. prudent and a wise one, and hope it will ___ with Oliver Ditson A Co.; can be found YI"Korvmitu"tau statt-bsbYolk.-tlaurlo* Kb Jnauer. ..
nation of Its witnesses. This morningthe be acted favorably. Mr. D. C. W. Smith of Philadelphiathe : at the Ocala Music House. Good work Second a( itaiaW.O 'hnb
upon done and satisfaction inferences Nirrctary-J II Maltou.TwentyOre .
gentleman who Is so largely inter guaranteed ,
defense began taking testimony. Up The council then adjourned to meet ; Ocala Manic House. Rev. C. B. tucmbera. .
ested in Ocala and Marion and
JM the hour of going to press only one next Tuesday night. : county Wilmer, Prof. W. H. Pike, W. W. Con- HOOK AND LADDER' COMPANY.

itness examined, Mr. B. I. Freymouth, sees such grand possibilities for us In the don, Dr. Thompson, Captain Thayer, Forwnui Prr ho U still on the stand Mr. Wanton S. Webb, of "Florida on future returned to Ocala from the City Prof. C, 11. Colby and others. dc21 Ul 'aIta-W..na' bkhardaoo.: f

t I'WheeL*," Bend m the Scranton, (Pa.) of Brotherly Love last night. -_ Twenty wc-mUnt };
A School Exhibition Rfjrubliran of January 3, which containsthe __.,_ xeaTaxeast I LULULA LODGE NO. a.. I. O. O. F.

We understand that Professor Streator following notice of the Exposition Secretary Clark of the Sub-TropIcal is I am ready to receive the State and II. (Meets every Tuesday ....w..1)
W. N. U.
lontemplates giving an entertainment Inno : getting demands for exhibition room' County taxes, at my office In <>
opera house, by his school on Arbor car daily. Yesterday he had one from the payers on applying to |gay will not fail AU rutting brother oordlalfy (nvlted.
The Florida Exposition continues to at- to bring or send a description of the
iy. It will be something new in that tract an immenaeattendanceand Watt Plow Company, Richmond, Va. property upon which they wish 10 par Before LU Honor the mayor thU .

0 Ine, and will prove a very attractive and tatore are much edified' by the golden who will display the celebrated Watt taxes., U.T. WABTMAMV,, morning, a on qI Liam for committing

t iterUlning aflklr. realties of the 'Land of flowers." plow. Alt wtf Tax Collector Marion County a public nuunnce. The usual verdictOCALA



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OCA'Lff.DAILY' A LONG HKAIUi MTATIMILIN.lt. : The South' In IMP Cabln t. I bet<< Ocala Tell the Same Story.

BANNER ./ '- grandfather Columbus Georgia, enjoys a unique
V When Gen. Harrison's was Drug'Line-
m ( I+. "B. HARRIS, Editor.THURSDAYJANUARY :) David B. IIHI, of New York, pos, President he hacl three Southern men In distinction among the cities of the coun.try. -

i ------ M'A'K'I'I' more" foresight, perhalllll, than any good Cabinet itwas It Las recently organized and conducted -
:::= ::-==- :-::_.::= his Cabinet, I&nd.a right
10 IS83. statesman in America. Having been too, but that was before the days! of the only industrial expositionever -0-

t r ; I --_-_____________u_____,_ _______ thrice elected Gcvernor of the Empire sectionalism. His grandson, President held in this country which proveda THE PLACE TO FIND THEM
State, carrying it the taut time by 10OuO Benjamin Harrison-elect, will, perhaps, financial success. We have no doubt .

majority, while Mr. Cleveland lost it by have only one,and of course there is con that the Cotton Exposition; at Atlanta, -IS AT-

j :; 12,000, Governor Hill has every reasonto siderable anxiety( in Republican circles, the New Orleans Exposition, the Jacksonville DR. DELOUEST,

believe that in the line of promotion to know who that one will be. Sub-Tropical Exposition, theAugusta

lip often marked out by the Democratic General Mahone's name has been Exposition and other shows of -(\VfsT SICK SQUARE.

party that some day he will be duly installed tabled by the more prominent Republicans like character have helped the South OCALA I I I t t i FLOUIDA3m

. in the White House at Washing and his chances, if he everhad any, very much. They have displayed our : 81-&S

ton. If that, day ever comes' the day arc no longer regarded ad possible. The material resources and put forth irtesist-
! "j,1"',#,. M'' will also come further along w hen he will others mentioned are Judge Robert W. I able temptations to capital. But the -

; be an President of the United Slates Hughes, of Virginia, who is neither a burden or these great enterprises has

L;'It and that is i not an enviable position to Mahone nor a Wise man, and who ed- usually fallen! upon a few public-apirited S. R. BIRDSEY & CO.

\\lti ;,' occupy of itself and alone. Witness the ited the Richmond Examiner (anti-Da men who were willing to spend their ,,

; Miss Rose Elizabeth Cleveland, sister life of ex-President Rutherford B. Hayes. vie) during the war ; General Longstreet, money and time for the benefit of the -pWholesale-

': : .;.L'T.r.* ; \ of President Clevelend, will spend the If he lived in a desert he could not be of Georgia, Mr. Pierson, of Nor '1. l' winter In Florida. Immersed in more absolute solitude. I general local & Retail
m Mr. Morgan, of Louisiana, formerly > management or a more sup-
,t Though living, he has panned out of the mlnisterto Mexico and the Columbus Exposition saved its
T> Chairman Quay, of the National lie- Judge Bradley, port, -DEALERS INHardware --
:" recollection of men and when remembered friends while it magnificent advertisement -
; publican Executive Committee, will visit of Kentucky. The Republicans of Tennessee gave
.' at all he is remembered solely be- Columbus manufacturing
have unanimously agreed to to as a
: Florida next week. Of course he Hill pre-
)1 1 cause of the almost fatal epoch his election that has done great things l ill 1 Groceries l
\ :": .see the Florida International and Semi.F sent the name of William Baxter, of l c ,
\41 I Tropical Exposition. caused In American politic His homeis Knoxville. Had Judge Settle lived the already, but Is only at the threshold of

: ,'/... i unknown to the millions and his Republicans! of Florida would have urged its possible achievement The Columbus -

f 1 Mr.Clem Studebaker,, of South Bench name is never mentioned by the papers his name for Attorney-General. As I it it*, Exposition did more. It attracted the FLORIDA.

,; 1'-' Ind., has been to see Gen.Harrison about except those devoted to oultry news. they may ask for the appointment of attention of capital and labor to this en- OCALA, I I I I '8m 3101\8

7.... the,cabinet. Mr. Studebaker may make We do not lame Mr. David B. Hill Judge Randall for a position in the Cabinet tire section of the country and suggestedfine !

,..J, ,ft Very good wagon, but he hardly can from shuddering at such a prospect, so [ lie had a brother Postmaster- opportunities to both. The exposition | 111

.construct A cabinet.. he is very wisely attempting to invest General under Grant, 'and he held the would have been profitable to -AT-

.J. 'ji j//!'" the position! of ex-President with more position of Chief Justice of this State Columbus every dollar that was subscribed ,

-i / i Mr. E. J. Trlay, well known to our practical dignity and political importance. with great credit, and though at a time for it had been lost. But it deserves -'

'people, and a halfway citiien of our of much corruption, his robes of office to stand as a memorial exposition,

.county; 'Iuhfocn appointed by Governor In his recent annual message to the were always spotless, and he retired because it paid its own way and at the !

,ti Fleming his private secretary and entered Legislature of New York he discusses bearing the good will of all parties same time brought the consequential IlL Fisftesbe

; upon his duties yesterday.The National affairs( at considerable length benefits which have followed other exPositions

t. and advocates an amendment to the Senatorial Changes. which involved, temporary and

:.; Atlanta Oon litution expresses the Federal constitution making tho Presidential Tires terms of the following United personal losses.-Macon Teltyrnph.TheJnniuH : .

; ,belief that President Harrison is disposed !- term six years, limiting Presidents States Senators will expire on March 4th ,..

"to twat the South fairly and gen to a single term, and creating the next: Messrs. Morgan, of Alabama ; American literature. Can found one of the

.3 ..;, erously. Well why shouldn't he? Ie'nt office of life-Senatorahips for ex-Presi l. Berry, of Arkansas; Cowen, of Colorado ; i The large-framed, gaunt-faced, shaggy-

the South a part of the Union, and Is'nt dents with adequate salary attached. lie I Saulsbury, of Delaware ; Colquitt, of I bearded man of sixty, to be teen dailyin ',.

she" all right shows how many years the several ex- Georgia; Cullom, of Illinois; Wilson, of the corridors of the Oriental Hotel in Best assorted(} selected and .

..' Presidents would have been able to serve Iowa ; Plumb, of Kansas ; Gibson, of New York, is Donn Piatt, of Ohio, whois ,

The appropriation bill agreed upon by their country had the office he names Louisiana ; Frye,Maine; Hoar,of Mas- a denizen of New York for the time

/' the House carries an aggregate of $22,* been created when the constitution was Bachusett&s Palmer of Michigan Sabui being. lIe talks as cynically in his grey
tl most desirable
852.090. The bill contains the following priced
and the
I adopted. of Minnesota\ ; Manderson, of Nebraska ; hairs as de did in his prime
t \ a clause for public buildings[ the South: Much ran be mid in favor of Governor Chandler, of New Hampshire ; McPherson causticity of his.pen, has not been subdued

Birmingham, $150,000 ; Chattanooga, Hill's. proposition, which,by the way, of New Jersey ; Ransom, of North by the passage of the years. lie

$&,00o; Greenville, S.C., >$50,000 ; SRvannah is by no means a new suggestion." It has Carolina; Doipli, of Oregon ; Chace, of expects to win a measure of success as Stock of Dry Goods 1

r $75,000; Vicksburg, -50,000. often been proved before and has Rhode Island ; Butler, of South Carolina editor of Belfard' Magazine in that city,

; The Speaker of the present House is", many strenuous advocates.!! An ex-Pres ; Harris of Tennessee; Coke, of which he failed to obtain as editor of the

empowered to appoint A committee of ident of the United States should mip- Texas ; Itiddleberuvr, of Virginia, and Capital in Washington. In the City. ,

members-elect of the next House to port until he dies the dignity the great Kenna, of West Virginia. Of these d 31 dec 4 m
'' visit Alaska next summer and make an office he once occur.ied. But to create Messrs. Morgan, Colquitt, Gibson Chace, Among the guests at the Capitol next

investigation concerning the necessityfor for him a life position and invest it with Wilon and Butler have been reelected, week will be Presidential Elector Robt.A. \
Burford of this city. The electors
a uniform code of lava for the noy important political functions will tend and Mr. Harbour (dem.) has been electedto I !
eminent of the territory, for which pur to destroy the simplicity and absolute butve'd Mr. Riddleberger. The following meet next Wednesday to cast the vote of

lose $75,000 is approprIated. political, equality of all men, which are have been nominated in caucus! the State for President and Vice-Presi
dent. One of the members will be selected Wateipi
the corner-stonesof!! our government and by the Republicans, andno doubt will ; \
I The Supreme Judge of Pennsylvaniawill which It has been so successfully to carry: the vote to Washington
upon bo elected: :\lcll rtl. Fr>'e, of Maine, to
hereafter wear gowns.. The gown reared. Governor Hill's suggestion: succeed himself; Mr. James McMillan! a and deposit it with the proper authori-

does not add to the weight or dwmu'HH siimiksof} monarchy and does not accord Michigan millionaire, to succeed Mr. ties. We hope Mr. Burford will be selected -
%. for that nlis.'!ion. lie enlisted !R i111 iJJ13)n!
of judicial decisions and is repugnant to with pure, genuine democracy. If the Palmer, and Mr. O. E. Wolcott, of Colorado -

," Democratic simplicity of mllnnt'rs.'e United! States creates lifo-Senatonhi to succeed Mr. Bowen Mr. Man heartily in the contest, scored a good
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hope the Florida Supreme Judge will for ex-Presidents. the next step the Governor derson, of Nebraska, no doubt will be record and aroused! much enthusiasm.

; conform to American habit on the bench of the Stales will want the Statesto re-elected; as he has received written assurance A Complete Stock of .

v as well as in tho privnt' walks of life. create life.Seiuvtorshlps: for ex-Gover from all except two of the Republl'Tin TRAVELER'S GUIDE. ,

nor uith salaries' adequate enough: to members of the Legislature that
t Cart. Nick King, known to nil DorIdianc the States Schedule of the S. S. O. & G. R R. )
in becoming
support a manner they will vote for him. Leave Ocala ................... _........... 7.15.. M. Gents' FurnishingGoods. .
and of the ol lust steamboat ?
otiO Hule'natoriat dignity, which will jive! I HomosMsa................................. 4.15 r. M.
captftitiH tu Southern waters, tiled in I II The County Commissioners of Duval & N. Line.
rise to A privileged aristotracy. F. C. O P. R. R. (Old P..R. : )
Sa 'annah Jftst Monday, at the pilutmittftge t. 1 1 The nhcet-anchor of our government% county have required the bondsmen of Schedule.

tof "U >)'earn. He was the picmre i I and its the newly elected officers to file a schedule HOCIH BOVDD.ranenger .

the jolly,open-heartelI.Mailor, who looked HIS gtandenr beauty superiorityover of their which has been arrives in Ocala...._........_... .07 r. M.
I all other ,governments in the world, property a ., a ......._...........2.0ft A. M. I
not only to the care of his steamer, but i is it pure and simple democrac-the absolute complied with and some of the, bonds Freight: ..._.._......-.1.45 p. a.. Ilot
/ to, the) comfort and pleasures of those accepted. The bonds of J. E. Lee, (colored roils now HEADY MADE
political) equality of the citizen. in Ocala................. <>.07 A. x.
t whom he considered his guests as well as I\f\ Hw.itioim for ..x.Pr"" idents,,, and ex- ,) clerk of the court; It. P. Moody, Fanenger" .. .. ., .....-..........?..ll.io r. v.
t his passengers.l | sheriff; N. C. Womboldt, tax collector, Freight .. .. .. ?.._..._...., 115 A. M.Vrtuw .
Governora; would destroy this simplicityand .fi.. F fArCR. CLOTHINGrallorlng
and W, M. I/edwlth, superintendent) of "vn. {.
I dome or the Republican are inquiring I equality.The t'p Town Ticket Agtnt. "
organs '.
KhoollJ'eru attacked) as not Wing in
..... Florida went for Cleeland.FlorldaJoein't salary of the Presidential olllcw The F. S. R. R. Time Table.
why full compliance with tho 'law, liiMitli- .
was raised some venrx aco) from (25.UOO SOUTH BOt BD.Paanenxet
| understand why all the ciency of security. "" n JI.t perfected: ) within arrives in Ocala.... ........ 155 r. M. Department Unex-
to 150,080, and l the'Iitt. House( expenses .. : = ::: ,IA5 :
didn't for lie p. w.
States him
i other go was tho time presettli'il I Uy law, Kit not .. .. .. .............. .... \1.1\0"\ M.
an honest man, clear-cut in his decisions, assumed by the tr<>\rrnmeitpof] a properly drawn a .1., ->k"ied, etc. Attor- Freight.. .. .. .. -._........-.....12.U5: : A. M.: celled in Fits and Prices.
President! is not tH e\tra\agant can decSl-lm
y brave In his convictions courageousin have appeared t bvfore Comptroller loam BOVSD.arrives .
neys -
to save enough' to live on comfortably > In Ocala 7.15 A.M
giving expression to them, and made manage Barnes, some fur ant l some against) his ruoo w.ger .. ,' :::::::::::::::.ir.iOr.. GO TO STOWARD'S
admirable Florid and if he i III made of the metal '. '. .a. M.
... jm PiwUlent. wants Presidents ought to lie nude of, can approving the bonds. The matter still f re..ght .. ::::.....:::::::::::UQ5A.. : M. :q
to know why he was not re-elected. tire. ... FOR FIRST-CLASS PLUMBING J JFOIT ;
be elected to other omit* without any |ang ___ ._______ ---
--- -- --- REPORT.
Jim Givens, of the burned steamer unbending or loss of dignity. Brother Orally, ton to bU AtUuU CbmtUution, -1-

h, Ilanna may ,never have, a poet to pay Governor Hill may be an exPresidentbut heroically seconds the derUrilton that Northern I Florida.. round steak.. (hind quarter).._.... lOe.
e. {tore quarter) ?....._..tIN414e. J KINO AVMCC, : i MOXTKZVMA BLOCK
't ,a him the tribute: th John. Hay paid Jim, he will never boa life-Senator. white Immlgrulun wilt wUUfoctarilj settle the (hind quarter) 1c.: 'I''I'1
1 I'ace twtUeu, and shouts: Who i afraid Let I'oJItc hire quarter) ......_.... l 5c.Nvnlieru -Oppolte Methodist CburcbV-
he the leN hero.
Uludtoe, but was none a I", Well, coming, and mutton 20c.Florida t ,
the Yankee come they are ??
farts Kipuaitlon. I ... ... LSO..
After the pilot had J jumped overboard, wlllmak** be array of Commonwealth builder Northern round steak ..?. ...... tfic. dlm2
the tearner Jell) away from the bank, and The Republic of France is to have an *, bus Urutiiu Ura lvni4 to bat "orcr- Iwiu and 8urloln "_....?.. 'Jus.: -----
that could be Exposition; at Part, beginning the 5th. looked" oar recent query with regard to!the noo- hogs Head cheese _....-... 15c.
'Givens, realism none ........... Lan J.\B.T. LANCASTER,
paved unless144was held) in her place of May and ending October 31. The enforcement of dvil right (In the South. How Sliced ham ........... Ue. 11'
up short this Wont the colored remman continue feet ....,. IV.
figs -rl-|
rustled to the wheel, brought the Congress of the United States has accepted to hurtle himself out of the wUlu inao't war In 8auaatte _.......,30.3001Yp .
the' hotels, In the public bale, on the ...__ 860.D '
an invitation to take pan in it, hlvbway : (per dOleD) '
steamer to, and, after locking the wheelin ( and lu the l"b afr14 to an- LEADING REAL ESTATE DEALER.
place attempted to escape,only to be and the Governors of the several Platen seer that quenlon-pIQudp5ie, Jfrcvnt -- -- r
R8. O U. A J. C. FERINE. I _' p I
laterally burned to death. invited to appoint delegates! to assist In The Rfford needn't give Itself any un-

\ y' the proper representation of the industries easlnettf. The "colored geiuman" will not ENT18T8, OCALA : : : I : : FLORIDA '

:, It ia laid that Mr. Wetherell, Emma and products of our-country. Just hustle himself in the white man's way and beat dU'J
Hate the moat appointment
'Abbott's husband, whb died in Denver upon going out of office Gov. Perry ap- la the hotels, public halls, or anywhere equipped; dental rooms In toe Bute of Florida

1' the other day J"ft. fortune of 700000. paiflted the following Commissioner to i else. profesftioually.both members of Tta the public Arm thoroughly reapeutully prepared lnvll 8..lio GEORGE 3IcK.\y, 1,
.- It la'also aid that Emma Abbott' in"' represent Florida there( : Ml IS8J11. W. D. : call and Inspect their office In room 1 and 3,
The Duke of Sutherland, who is at New Merchants' National Batik BuUdlnR. <*ala. ARCHITECT AND BUILDER f1
i dividual) fortune is fully equal in amountto Chlploy' of Pen-acola ; Alfred Bishop Tarpon Springs this, State, it ts !said Fla. d ilanSm: ott 111 U :' !
k ,that le/Vby her huaba';d. Emma Mason, of Jacksonville, and James E. will shortly be married' to hU traveling DESIGNS AND ESTIMATES i

?' ?,tbbott'e eft earnings' have )teen from Ingraham, of Ran ford.' companion, Mrs. Blair TIe) new lucbes rpu[OS. F,GARY 11, D, -Fumhtcd on Application_
is not likely to receive any countenancefrom : l'0.
number .
annually for a ----- --- --
$30,000) lo|5p,00b i from English --- -
duke's relative
the nor -
.. The Emperor: of China, having attained raiucun AXB: 'rMiov.
of year s and bot11{ the and her husband society. But when his wife was Qrnc-Rp>irK>rc : : Orsu" e and With st.OCAUA .
madi,very t fortunate inrestmenU. It Is' the mature age of 18, his mother hall yet living, the duke and this, IJ1I. Blair Rooma. Agnew A Uary" Block, OC.\U. )
l vtiyevideotthatZmws'socnlatorya chosen an empress for hlmaodthe royal were countenanced by *' sou*}* of the Twanty-eeren year** xpertenc in. Worlds' 1 LORlD.lm&l sa ti
.. marriage will soon take place. snobocracy of this count D1Ieuea. cUJaniIa/ .10" -lyLTADI
P&jr. (,
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S phnie taetrsl' __ S41iS -1.-.af. .
it a evWen' is taken I cflled. In Fits and Prices. February note! 4, 1889. In> 1 at Mont teXl. & I C ;: .H .t.u..r J : 1I. : ,

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-This Exposition, incorporated under the laws of the State ol Florida, will open at- e '

1 t'r i O ALA NIARION'OUNTY 1 FLORIDA,, M1M\ ?I 29tJI i 1889, f i;




This will be an Exposition of Fomological, Horticultural and Agricultural products of Florida, :and her soils, timbers, woods, minerals! 1\11l1li\"c Mock( and! in addition articles
and products of general interest from nil States and countries. Entry is open to the world for the display! of its pr (lncts. No charge for entries nor : space for the products or
manufactures of Florida. .
The United States Experimental Station for improvement and development of products indigenous to this Koction has: been located contiguous!: to our exposition grounds. ..
_We invite exhibits of all descriptions, particularly those pertaining to the arts, mechanics and agriculture, guaranteeing uniform courtesy to all exhibitors. "


. .F CASH PREMIUM LIST, $1,400. d .' ;


+ GEORGE. WILSON..President. AVM. FOX, First Vice-President. DR. II. KNIGHT\ Second Viee-1'rosideut.! R MLMLMLS.f

C..' '. CAMPBELL, SR., General Manager. G. S. MAYO, Treasurer.: J. 0. CLARK, Secretary ,

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I ---- I I:! arnc ft Filst National Bank .

,\ I Aiiti1'MonollOly o Drug) B'

;:H The Reading Hotel of the City --OF OCALA,-
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Thoroughly Repainted Inside and Out I Paid : :, -
Up Capital, y Authorized( Capital,
COMP1,111) ti1SS 01'' STOCK

!>, -ANDk' $50,000. ': ii : $150,000.
__ Quality of GoodK! and Low Price

: 1 1OJ (loons JOUrn: ) :

:: -J.ocatetJli( .door to f hit >ktloo l Jt nr.j-:
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(': / i* SURPLUS 7.OOO.OOdne r ----A COMI'LKTK) : WNKHARDWARE:- '
.f"p FOR TER ATT/.Y TO : { r : L. M. THAYER, MANAGER. .
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:. OC.KLA.: FLORIDA. of the finest and best equipped' banking house in the State owned by'the, -OF.-. { di
3m31.S$. bank. We have!exial| facilities for making' : Collections/ on all accessible jKjIntu
-- -- We will extend every courtesy and! favor to our ruatmnerH ronaUtent with Bale' I
if o'as oanking.and shall give prompt and rnreful attention to all business entrusted.to us ,
het NO. 3815.-- We solicit your BANK ACCOUNT and all business I In our line, and

THE li ,Firslt niug th NATIONAL' BANK guarantee entire satisfaction.CORRESPONDENTS Sasll Doors lin d

{ lati b Importer & Trailers National Han, Now York, X. Y.; !
outhern Bank of Georgia, Savannah.
d / l1r ..
,'" .1 \ OCALA, -AT-
1i .. .' ,.! AxYea annou ._. t& Special Co-respondent: in important cities in the Went.d .
; ;:le of Sir. kdwa c : A. E. DELOUST..
1' &ttage to Dr. EF to Bank Of Ocla .
:. ', elrk iJ Since then 3IrOAtlTAircbMedahalfacrelotX. 8m31-64
830,000.00I W. W. CONDON'S
, lldjoining .
e, IrD.A. 3.OOO.OOand
BIIRYLty t 11OOO! and, will 1 inl .. ...___ I New\ Jeivelry\\ Store C. F. BREWER & GO.HEADQUARTERS ,
handsome bo -LKADH IN TilEWatell -- p
J. DQr ,!a
F. .. j Shines replete with everything) ii.
? J"kP-Pt'.Vknt.
his line. Call and examine
, fine,.'J! Florida Southern moral
Strings for Musical Instruments a
xveaome: machinery repair IUECTOnS.broken .:-- I Specialty. -FOB.--
J tp at bis saw mill. ThaiJXCyVobunty All Work: on repair" of Uocki and Watch
4' is progressing nicely.J. : K. P. DI8MUKES.IIAKVEY I Ouanutecd.
LINE! Rhelnauor's Old Stand.KNOWHEN .
1 C.oolJaTdoinggood( work and the "
; \VM. ANDERSON, I decalgem .
'J f LWnwre than gratified to know \ -
ISiI K.G. WKIGIIT, : : -
\ ttyproach/ to the ferry U to be .IN. -0- A McFAKLANE, ---- --- .
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ftad that'Mr.. Hamlin F. I i -bi4iu mALL
will cted Tollcctlon
promptlyI .1
; :; Repairing a, HIcclalty.
I .... o/iL The rifer fa enlivened au J I II I KINDS OF FURNITURE. I
Instruments !
arrival ofs steamer Anof ,
g th' -0- I I -0-
I :: cargos OraDl", R. B Aahona bank of Buto I 'THEY Im tutrxmon or Tuna 1m1M
i f' 'the .. In.great qoao* rrnt'Gnrgvt, -(LocAIO on Wwr Btoi or K c4t141!>-1 1)) !*octc AJ>P Low Patrn. eoxl'U'1 OCALAJfSemiTropicalExposItion FLA.

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!;.k''tt .. Rat. -
;t'l: .'; FerAnnnntr $4 00. t.7r.
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ta.*, '.\:',. *C. L.Buatncaa BITTINGER Manager., ., '".,. \'f-. :' i'f': f 0 10 ,.

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"',,.' Slightly} frosty this morning. ....-- ......., ., (j 0

F r, : Mr. J. N. Etrobhar went up to Gainesville J
4. to-day/
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Dr. E.C. Hood, of Lake Weir, made '

i '' + THE BANNER a pleasant business visit today -

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: .
ri: a''I The Montezuma register showed twenty {fl"J"

./, : ix guests yesterday representing' (1 H I I f5I I. ,' ". !

K'I':"." :": She new manager) or the Montezuma, S ; i. trj ai
+ Mr.Hall, is putting the office in excellent ,i "! .i, ;

tf., 4 order, .by repainting and calcimln-. "!I. j ;,
.: ing it.
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f t.f' Captain Cordero, we regret to say, vaCated x

"""rk the judgeship yesterday for the .

', k Ocala precinct, making room for the new

incumbent, 'Squire llarter.F O tt111p11

#'y' The "soger boys" have returned from 1 0' i

E',, 'f\;".- the "wartheir hearts all lacerated and

.f ,'; torn up and minds distracted by the .I 3/

glances of the many fair, fascinating and S.
.: bewitching maids they met at Tall ,7 < ,' 5 ,'h ',
:t: ]1a8888. '
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Mr. Albion Atwood, of Boston, who i.a is L'S '. ,. '" .

,t property>> owner fh sprightly suburb
: of Silver Springs Park, dropped in this r. H

morning to assist in swelling the prosperity >

of the BANNER. lie is here for I W
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I ., pleaure and business'
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'Squire Harter went out three miles c ,0 U

east of the city this morning. to hold ant ... = rG
l Inquest on the'body otA1ant Smell, who -

I died last night from the effects of wounds .,.J., ..'... I ,I. ; ..a, I :a
Lt' received Christmas day in Ocala at the ..i '.,' l 07'. .. : \
hands of Credo Morris. Both colored. "
I' <"VDunnellon'rI'Icturerqueltanks' < ...' ;, :" '! .- 0
"'t I"t" '. a. e
Mr. II. Phillips, of Kewanna, Ind.,'and v S M

% Mr, Harding, of Pennsylvania, have ..l.
made purchases of lands on Dun notion's

picturesque banks, and will proceed to S .J

build %'f pilings at once. 'i I mtHooa&Nas
ornoNaeca I xcur lon Saturday.

/The S. S. 0, & 0.-U. It. will give a a

cheap excursion to IIomocasMa Saturday, : CfI

,_**-_*January, 12. Hound trip tickets from ,.. 't !

Ocala, $2 ; Agnew, '1.85; Mart el, .1.m j ::I.
Leroy, $1.45; Juliette, $1.K); Dannellon, 0
i Citronelle, OOc; Crystal River 40c. To ", ," ,' r
and from other points along the 'route, I

*M> hand bills. Fun and oysters\ for the ." :: : t.

S' million, __________________ .l ; ,L; : ,

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The Mercliant National Makes It, J n,,,,,'i(1".. ,, "' ".'i" '. 'i 1" 11

+a ., 4 Wo erred in stating in the BANNER the r,,........b.'.4,:>).''' /."'..,.. :' ,.,,.. 1'."'' /. ,'''', ,.<. .t..
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t other day, that the temporary loan Mon : ,
day by the school board was secured fromI .. ,
I the First National Bank Bids were invited .
from both banks, and on openingeame Leaders in
last night, it was ascertained that
i the one submitted by the Merchants' -- -Tin -
National Bank was the lowest and hence P Stoi'elWHOLESALE I 0 R RIGHT
the money comes trom them The Drag
funds, $4,000 ire secured for 00 days at
the remarkably low and generous rate of f Ocala I DRYOODSAnd
Jells DeDoII0
I+ interest of 4 per cent per annum. ---0-- In seeking 'to get the best and most

a' From Year to Year. for your money,
H On of RAPH.V.LTUCK&& RONS' Calendar\
for the year 1 a,91i realty .' em. It 1*In book -
1n ibrm and dMiKned by/. Pauline Banter, with -BUT-
'L couplet by Helen M.BarniUle. January ahows -AND-
two Uttle itrU who come Umldly alone drawing GaneralMerchandise
twnln4 them a little wagon full of dolly; they !
hold one another by the hand and look a* pretty Retail Drugs LARGEST STOCK
ma they are Innocent,their hair fluttering In the RU RIGHTIn
breeae and Call1nr In muses o-er(heir tonheadl.
s.i their chubby Unle facet aglow :'!:t'\;! good "natnrek -0ALL -
: and even dos IIWNI vuuiu
we stay this year : hDljou," could not t be refuaed KINDS OF- -A D--
one. The evidently May the year,
a b far la the game that follow they are shown In your selection of a trading place? The Delivery 11'ago in charge
t winos(JCt1J>atoii.foedlnf( the birds t>lucklnf STATIONERY TOILET or
wild flower,rollicking the traaiy flelda and OILS, Lowest Prices I Ior You say you trade with Mrj J. M. Lawson will call
atttlnf by the aeaahore, making little rivers In the every morning early. Save
between J une and uly there your
eand. On the pane -AND- ROWELL
hidden Iheflower I' orders and save the walk to
i*a picture of a milestone almost Store In Southern Florida. town
'half any ,
but which the Inscription
.. on Idloc3111m
.5 i way,.' can lie each. Throughout,the Calendar FANCY ARTICLES -0- .
'they are dressed In oottnmea appropriate' to thedifferent -0-- _
\ mouths of the year. In April they took 4 .
a refuge May they froca fall the aaleep showers among'o the&th dalalea umbrella In;the la In Complete Stock I IWe I. DODD ISRAEL, : ; OCALA, FLA. ;JANE ,

'St ,t .5 flew aa'they.l\ ddWlr murmur,luxUJng to and.fro', 1 --0- SID Sl 8d RIGHT U R TITLES I I1
a 111'hel1Ul the dailleel'Ow.
In December they depart, muffled op to pro handle none but the finest! brand of cigars. ,
tact thenuehrea from the cold their satchels Headquarter for Wall Paper and Garden Heed.
A their arms; and aa the hand of the clock point THE BEACON & ADAMS
to Il d-n1ab'; tUey say: E. B. RICHARDSON
'\\'a hope yon have had a pleaant year.1ThlaMpa AB8TKACT COM PAX'l '.
= of the Calendar ha* out
t C burnt alnuwtlo the bottom and la iuat dying PUBLIC S uiat I t t : Ocala FLA. -THE-
Indioatiag the clued of the rear' ..31M RO V'ELL'S is the place for the -l-
ThU CAannlagCalendar Book lor 1889 ha U Finest Livery In thc City0 IS THE rL.WE TO GET TI E
\ nun* at color and monochrome illustration, --- -------- ----- Best and the Cheapest. lIe FACTS
old edred.ailk surd and tawela. Ticket For Sale
g A dainty.tft-to be had at all a rst clan stores has the only Shoe Storein I ( .
mailed to any From to Cincinnati until
throughout the United tttatee or Way cross goal I
I aM.Rtt oa rooeiD'. 01'lUI'U&L 60 ND"Tuell Addrea A SONI, February, 1S$>. Inquire at Montetu- ', LEADING SALES STABLE Marion County. OFFICE, 1 : OCA 1I0t11t II

#,, :/r',.., .. CM,Broadway, New York. .nut Hotel.. dlt ', 1m31-i11. ,. SJaSm

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.a eyidance I.I taken celled In Fits and Price I tSt Febroar. 4, 1858. lo2r t I 1a ate "I ) 1 I1 : J

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