The Ocala banner
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 Material Information
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 14, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002052272
oclc - 18660476
notis - AKP0235
lccn - sn 88074815
System ID: UF00048734:00116
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V --- They congratulate the people of Marion county Court Itrm "% CITY
on'thetr exemption from the The & COUNTY
yellow fever terrible scurge of defence in the hedge l'Me r
which invaded examined
Bordering ours on the our sister county, the DIRECTORY 1 fa
heariilytheauthorities north, and commending following witnesses Thursday j' F
and clOwns
for their violence and efbrtsln afternoon, Friday and Saturday II. /
k unceasing : C. CITY

l L tfy" l Flztj'six from raws our came midst.up. for their investigation' Jerald, C. C Stephens, llwlgeV sinter and (M&7or-ft. ThOl. I'OFFICERS. Gary '
"* rorty-six true bills brother of A- 1bt1J01r.
found Levy %
: Murder,
four county Robert
with intent to kill ; assault Crutch- Marshal-r.: K. lull 1
-- weapons seven: larceny, 14: concealed field/ I, Captain Sam (ollcrtor-r.. I'. .
= It ; obtalnlning I Kecldick of ailson.
'I. money nnder Palmetto
tense ; false pre "(*.or-n.

___-, 1.;,adultery 1; l.sellinir, 1highway_ ,,'ALL.. robbery.In :--.I--,: 1; trespass. L', Manatee rount&nll, _u_ -J. .U".. .;.:,.....u..I...,, n.. r,., Tr.a"11--.--'.....- K..Driver.I u.no .._'_''_.. t

They 7.regret the'lnt'ft ---- ? rvio.lUIl WI SMUme. Waterman, B. ,\:. Miller, G J.. 1f'herJ. I Itoartt lYesidentoffionnrll of AKV-rtncii-Jno., F,, F. Dunn. ;, 1

record ( ass In crime in the general} II. Livinpstont, J. T. Ijutcsntrr, John Ituonl K W. Agntw,
disproportloned General
growing population to former years,) and our Bullock, Otis Uralih, II. \\. Chandler A. II:. L. Knot, K.Cl.
is no explan"Uou Jones Bill Brown and W.
arming social condition. to this al choellin and HrVDwelly, all shall <1. Mar w

1 ly They at
administered by their
laws,. Is ,
largely COUNTY
ILU responsible for witHtvweo
They deplorable at ]>eal to stale our ol legislators aOairs. started out to prqve the act ol VMinty::: : Judge Klrbarri I OFFICERS.(nalhy
\ crease: in ulme.uk correct thl in llod/e's shooting Josse Marlow Coutify rierk-D, A, Miller:
: the court was in
for reform to lend its wisdom Sheriff-K. T. William.
set') defence
YIt Like all but later on they A"nr-J" C Mathews.
good citizens changed I
they all desire the bold their Iuldlector-It T **
and line art
cruel murderer and mann, Cltra.
to through
They as meet his lust desert. the.Ocala wit- Trcanurer-1. K '
uable time dratid Jury, complain that much val nesses, mainly nl'4lrllltendt'nt olfubltc ,
"'ltIlttht because attempted to show' that Instruction_U. L. \
papers and Wltllt'.. Paine HemlnKton.
needed in their work Mr. 0,11'. Hodge .
was insane
when he Traiithsm t.nlurni..I"It'nt-It. .tLong, W P. 14
M. U.
committed the heinous lout K M, JVrriu.V, r. :
crime. All the WlllUniMin '

SAY5rir evidence in, Mr. H. A. Burford The county (c'ommlKuJonf the .
e one of day l In every month meet Ant Moo-
the brilliant and able trio ilt'h x.l lfcw.nlr". :
of law for 'lIt
}en T.
M. S Moss' lIarrlaLH. wartinami
the State l t A. R. ;
I hln plea Saturday night N'hnulllcNlI'\I meets first !

WILl, OPEN .4T OCA LA FLA., JANUARY Mth, txfW. at half j wist ei)(ht.. and_.for ihr.v.. i.. ..__ COUNTY_ -HOAWM-. ...Monday ni* t.in.every.. _month.u.n. : ,
iiuurn wr
.. and a 'half held l'rt'lIidt'n'-llr. T. nii.AL.TlI..
his Gary,
-- turn) of Florida and her vast audience $
products spell .
tary-Capl. t: 11. HU-hantnon.

L BUDGET OF HOME NEWS A Force of Habit. ,..en to the world for the display, of annylhical bound by his flow eloquence, logic and M Memlrn, 8. Mewer_and Dr. U.11 I). A. Inlii fmltli, Anthony, .Vuwrs. .,

--- The affable dissection of the '1
t tax collector, Mr. H. T.Wart evidence for
the d! 'fenc DOARD OF,
: C. L. BITTINGERClty Editor. man n, dropK] into the circuit?went: of products indigenous tog 1 I'miident F, Dunn TRADE. '

clerk's offic- to the mechanics and ---- ----- \'iuw ITc..ldrnt-H. A, S ,
-- -- -------- -- -- yesterday morning and desired arts, agric Hojiietliliijf Good 'SecretorWm. Weather 1 j
to l tot.
at. "
p i Mr. Jaaaes T, Lancaster made a 12,000 sale of a license for; a young lady. The We Board or property to-day. took a look into the Market niter Jno. F. Dunn, J. II Jr.C'ftbeln'r
obliging clerk t filled\ this ,
+ quickly out a marriage Wutht'n. Win. Fo anti A*
S morning and 8 W, .
One drunk and disorderly case this morning were surprised to see the Moody, :(
and with a rising: inflection BUILDING "
beware his honor. Too much natal club Inspira- ,HUM LIS splendid stall-fed Georgia beef AND LOAN ASSOCIA. t
lion Saturday night. said "name the gentleman" This two inches tallow T10N. t
deep across the Presl(1piit-.C B.
loins in Wilmer ;
The genial, urbane and gentlemanly ex-Mayor, startled the collector, who Mitt:: "Can'ta stall And Taylor' Vice Ilwldent-Kd. IVIoiiont u
Abram Martin, has the thanks ol our chief i lor a lady apply fo.. any other license: than f appetising/ links of Hovtrtary lioardot and Treaxurer Luuls Fox'- 1 ,
b&ake'of.beautiful apples : Georgia sausages Directors-.J. T. ,"
__ home-made and 1.ancatcr. Isaac
first which permits the foririnjj of matrimonial up to "hene. J. IlrowlI.I.. Hte
the high-water mark ..... __ Zacharl.. A,1; IttoloutIIt! n.ll, "
Sunday was a lovely day. The churches we t nf_. .tI in.r ant If. A. Durfurd. .. 11
bonds? "Oh, oh yes" responded '''1'!viud "o''tri-
church In
largely patronized At the Episcopal hence ; and as for the' OCALA
the morning standing room was scarce. the awakened wribe, "I see," and he Pound rolls of raaotaln-Hoo. A. Nash RIFLES. t.

Dr. Gates, ofConntcttcut, who spent last winter quickly tilled{ out a blank which saidMiss : ,\fM. FOX, Firet Vice-president $Georgia l-a butter, it made us think of the Second First MeuU'iiaut-K. U. Mcconnell ,.' ,.

r with us, is again on our streets The boys are* M. L. B permitted 0, 8. MAYO Treasurer -ponud rolls, made of Jersey milk, Forty Membeni.Lieutenaut. F.. Mllliauu. I l'f ,
and him -r is to carryon ,
the Doctor give ahearty and
I glad to see genial : displayed in Fulton I c\. .1 1
welcome the trade of and Washing FIRE ; : '
A-c R {
in consider COMPANY.
4 jr ton markets.n__, .1V".1.. .. ... f.uj --_L_ Chief' -T. 11. I am....i... ,."I,:! t'' i
"The Central," under the able management ef ation of having paid in hand $;10. The there and the i jior gets Foreman-Maurice-I Khcinauer; ,..
Mrs. Kadcllff is doing a splendid business. jtcople get there First ti't'
incident too for amdiitant-
with and attracliv" and affords when it fully dawned, on the 'I the best, finest and Second asslntant-,', U Volk.. : .,1;: A $
;supped every sweetest in the Marshall
table luxury the market bystander, created much merriment, as land HtI'retarl-J. II. Mallet\
to board or tempo- on which to acts: ,
-a truly delightful plate satisfy their inner 1'wt'ntl.n"Cl memben
rarity sojourn another illustration (>f the form of cravings. HOOK AND ,

+ Are we going to 'represented at the Ocala habit. When the amiable and 11t'aMlnllfl88 pFiula > The Place to Make Your Selections firsldenl-Abram LADDER Palmer COMPANY.' 'Cs: '

Exposition 1" asks the Uaiuenville .4di you are not you ought to I*. And how in the application I i Conrtney, the dapper market man, bat Alltd.t&ntW"UI hsnUon. ..,
world can w" get along without that Goddess of a connubial piece of }paper{ it i 1M not likely the finest' of Chicago Twenty members ,
"Come over and help us'! cvrn-fed beef and LULULA
liberty y
the services of Judge Waitmann will\ b> --OF LODGE NO.
mutton. Excellent: corned beef as, I. O. 0. F. '
The sentiment for a Mate Board of Healthamong called into question. head cheese and (Meets nC'ITTuHtlat .vruing.J
our bent citizens U not only: growing but ---- ---- that all buy. Drenwed turkeys W. H ('hall!*, N. G.
they deem It an absolute necessity and are very ---- in abundance, and W M I'Mlllps, Secretary

+ anxious, that for a 81oeciallM'IIIoIoll efficient of law the may State be Legisla-passed lleniember the Itranil. I <<3 tsjo .of t them. you all want one I.f All vlmlJtyr brotheri f'Ord'alllultecL' <' S L"r
tore OCALA
fgrrooddrand Those who CHAPTKK .. .
han Nrv
to provide paid attention to the -- .t o A -
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IfCall-olumnll of the IANMK Presbyterian church Ucala Chapter: No. Lt. R. A, M. ffflj i.:
are aware Kev. W. II dmt Convocations .
Secretary Clarke, of the &>ml"rotllcal. has Got- Monday night In "
taken the a >re-nted to this l that our enterprising Cuban cigar manufacturer walp, pastor, services every month. 13 ;
office by Mr, Durlsoetulni: place it on exhibitionat atoll regularly/ each Sabbath J. H, Fsara, $..motar'. II.V.. Lo.<>, H. P. l'.
his headquarter In the ucala House! block ItIs Ir.o'. Tomes, has been *hi|>- o'cloik\ a. m. and at 7 ]p. m. "bBENJA'11N
a decided curiosity and woith an Inspection. Sabbath School; -,
pimjr of his
some favored brand to South f at 0.30; a. m. Wcdncs- "

The 8. 8., U, A G. excunlou last Saturday toHouiowikoa Carolina. Saturday, Mr. I. B. Kzell; of Jay evening lecture and prayer

Man not a blooming' SUITCKS, o\Ing Columbia, S. C., who happened to be [at 7.30:: o'clock. Seats. ( meeting \ & .
to1 the Inclement weather \\c trust on their in ft'e. The, "public/ FOX

the nest lovely more pro I.u.1 ltUOUIi beautiful weather llomiua.a will dawn ltted, and by town, noticed Mr. Tome sign and the d Up Capital, cordially fnvite l to attend all the services

Hundreds, u it deserves to be. brand LaCriolJa, droPIJt in, made a par l

Judge McConathy returned from the State Con: chase! and Haul it lead all the rest on j50_ ,000. 4 4AUNRP P B. Dukes-- will---- i --

ferwuce on the noon train and handed us the following receive a fine lot of
quick and the satisfaction it .
nftrao*as appointed! lallabaiit I >eeUer. Mr.I' gave.Meat Pres. stall fed Western
rtriVy itluetrings, \S :V:: Collins. lake City, meats to-night, and in The Holidays

J. I*. 1H.I.MUIWI i >K>I Springs, Mason;<.:itra, Eo L. 'T. for Ills Tamlly.Mr. .- future these! juicy and savory meats will are Past !

Blake. ___ __ always IN found .
--- T. A. Langley, of Le Itoy, one of there
MaeI ay'sbllbioartsare wonderfully I lumlnus t. :.-._ _
with stanlluv I and attract)vecromos of the coming, the thrifty farmers of Marion county, [I Mrs. W. W. riemrrt' of *
Oa. /! '
Kerteawbtcb will exhibit la Ucala.baturdmJanuary >'. slaughtered last week five, pigs eighteen [t he mother onfrs. l hen Mdver, arrived, TIN: ui'Hii IH ovuii.Wo '
19 Dun't forget the date and be sure ; '
monthsold thatdrohed :
net 1,045 Saturday and :
and lee It. It will\ exhibit on the old how groundDear | will make her daughter :
the K. C. & P. K. R. dep.> These animals had very little extra (feed A. rScINURPLUS I'retracted iimt. ---- "

Hook---and ladder- --Company-- ,colored, and demonstrates that razorbacks, .- have .R ti
The O-ala The "Kittlfd down
return to
desire to rt-tnru thanks to Mr. Agnew and the among the intelligent and progressive of the electric illuminati n strict bI'IICHH uu-
merchants and ]*opla' of the city, for their 'aturday night and we
on the mean
vetting up their late lair; to defray lie farmers, are the exception and not the square and in the business 1

burial expends of John .\udenum, one of their ruin now-a days nalket was joyfully received.I in what \ve wiy, '
late \(! re _. ----
; Ilence.. Iorema -
siu 1'restdenlclrhsou
A tie i ; n ; --- of the and best I't I I Mr. A.T Douglas/ one of the '
tone finest ]
W lllis Ulchardson, Assistant re.reman "Owing to the dullness of trade equipjH* '' wide- ;
----- says 1 We have special! facilities for IIIJle 'wake Krill Hul..tantlal. citizens. of -\\'H have, a large
Cltra stock
Mr. Phillip Kloak of Iowa made the BAKNKR: apleasant the California ,reliant, "we shall sell will extend l in ofmfltLPfl00aS- ,
call drnl d a dollar In the misslonary every courtesy an rol'llt..j to-day, to give the'
box, and said|.bee:; and several other goods at a sacrifice." "Owing to the ruth caR, and ball give prompt and ('ara'e [.Mind BANNER a hearty lift. merry go ,

lowalans had purchased S4) acres of. lands: Jauies ol trade," says the Ocala merchant, "we solicit your BANK ACCO< '- -'---
Carter's rich hammock and fine pirn s ivu -
lintee entire satisfaction. '
miles west it the city and would improve it. can chord to sell goods at a email margin Mrs. '. I). lUy and daughter Bertie
of ?
wittheir ln\e Unents and !
They we trust delighted they will so continueTax of protit. That is the way Florida r CORRE 'elsou!! S. (;., arrive Saturday and are aft

emerges; from out tie qraspof a great ortorH & Traders Nut I isiting Mrs. Don )[Irhf>r.
Collector H, T. W anmann, owing trao*x t
work on tax books! which had to be done tforereceiving epidemic, But it is well that Florida I.1 outhern Bank Total --- -- Such an Flannels Capluncrcs '
has aUwit completed his ask U o eclipse of the moon Wednesday HenriettaH .
and will lit X."ft: days throw wide on the bsesoloilhingofaprl'** 'eight njion ter. ght. "!.ook out Allx'troH
doors of bis i office, and will be pleaded to real If she did not the whole population of Special Correspondents in my lover look out,'" etc., colored .
all comers who desire to pay their taxes or who e< J','a('" treen arc 1)1 l bloom.i .-- and black. t
seek Information in that line i'art ot this work the world would be struggling to find lid *

was each aa eiikin..nt, which ha run under It, A Now Jteklaumnt__ _.... --- ,-
up Iu over 13.i J JO entries auddubirlptlona. shelter her genial skied.Mr. n -
? 31r. l:. 1:. Coburn will -Wo will offer these
Mr. Ptoward the number, spent Sunday with : John B. Webb, manager: of the [ open In the I gooda:- "
Dr. Myers ou the U..ke. A wild hog which had ;: aialey Block, opposite the Merchant's '
been commUtlpg. great kw hew a monthin Standard Lime Work, at Kendnall.and) VEIHELIAW ktioiial Bank, a firHl-claw JFOm ': ,
sill *hli U failed ladle and irW'1JI1'rV
the IXMJUNT t crop
to wife have taken rooms in Mr. Jno, iutlcman'ai IDA 1rS
trap or shoot w s_ laid low br the unerring r rl rmiaurant. It will : ,
of Mr. Btoward, who beard 0 the wild Intruder 1'oit'f cottage, the first nee;, Of GrcjiEp'iKOpal F1u llHinanic bear the
and went out to Bud Lira,which be did, shooting u -LIAW in TIlE- name-Chicago.V .
distance of a church. They take and read .I
bf art at a yards
The l nmalhah: dressed w i htd *M pounds. the DAILY BANNER. I \ _nt and the roast from the carcass was must hnor, I :
and appetizing,, which enjoyed for a Sunday --- cistern built. ForspecIll'athaecallat, ,

dinner Several immiuTtnU. in wagons; (from it cl Cok l c (wel i-If! oUic-e fit li. I. Anderaon* Callfore r-To clomj out and ','

Tt 8smt-Tropieal bulkUnlC" and grounds were Arkansas, tarried over the Sabbath under ThurwJay. lttne get ready for- ,
the point of at'ractlon yesterday The sun shone _
brightly and the air balmy u a May morning the shelter of the water, oaks, nt'artouth The lied Grocery Magnolia '* t
la that direction street U OVII HI' IINII '
All the MreeU leading ,
wer day* lined long of all classes I street;* lea-ling to the exposition. .i. i A P T1 'I e hue to bliv vnnr ..r. .....I_ I TltAIIK.
nDt't '' : ,
1 be rich l : la thelz r Jiaes grounds. f Vk and wife;:'of- 1fZALlA1Ac.Froprietor.: e
Akron Ohio, "
poor preambulatedattbetrkisure. Alleipre r*)oala ThumUy, their .I Sided. We. will ,
on It
surprUe at aitdkWraplJ the ItQIll' plPportlow.J: tb
1 complvtioo structure One of the plvaaanl Itaturt* of from his lovely raD&JIOfJ'kN' poeMVHHon i f)take.-' Weir- -I --- )t. K,, YOXQE *4 C 5,Jh Interior of th baildiif wiU ** the youuf pine a114,tLe first r ;
and I Ocalunf rfor4 wen' to Lerm. to '
TsJUhsssne +
I tree ten standing near the founiain, and to the beamed+ graciously upon I on 8urlal Call and) riamine their flits have SKSS" '
8lal JJtdoral! roll. stork
t.1Uck and .
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west end. W care pleased J.9 kw w ihajsoiuuchInterest Saturday j r. good Wk-al. reasonable '
U displayed by aU Caw u the progrewofu ,fJ SlcfccJw prion.' -Large Variety._ ,
> great work aaa U wU'only Mr. Lrl'fid\plbe11v baaoltie bOIlh
arty : } < tmgtl to '
and oordUl 1 growlaf lessons la'
give the enuyuru* th U
TbLfase/aparable. -
pug, U 1 U bound to fce a grand waevtM. P'place 1 twelve bearing pecan tree. 7MTM .. thriel. If now J-t
day la iJi.west. i

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fot farther\ 1ntofniauon'appl1 a t office or .:; 1; q ::. .. <
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liuslneM Manager. ,., .. -
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Leap Year. H
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: a Edonark, of Martin, asks, "Did you I 0

4., take advantage of the blefwtd one year .
'c in four that is given?" This writer will ,' i j t I' t o
; givi ''her, exf rlence. Trial X0. I.- ,! f. \ J. ; I" Ii.
Wont/chdrrli, on matrimony Intent; ", I '. :
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tsp < cast\ a ante In every direction, and be- .1 '
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held the u lipt-i feet of hien itna inablo. i.
a $
They were altogether unlmalilr. No. 2. .
y -Picniowastobei-njojod. whom? '
A man who has wood marriageable '. '; ,' I". .. I
every ,
: ', woman in the neighborhood from the ; ., oJOI' ; i :33o
+ time his second "sunbeam" took Mrs.,
?. Wmslow'g (toothing Syrup to the clay

she foolishly listened to his foolish >
No. Received a letter from%ny
{ "unknown ai1mlrer.Va t&t precious
time wondering if )x would prove worthy
of particular admiration. Dreamed ) ,
t that he would J i but dreams generally go
r by contraries; so he is etlll "unknown." 2.
No. 4.-Fish-fry; get ready wa the .t. 'ff !
order of the day. Thinks I to myself, ;3
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( such long time for love making I surely .*,. (: ; ..
success will to attained. Heart went 'A <: O ) rvO ;

pit-a.pat, pit-a-pat. Neared the rendez. ; H
vouz with a face wreathed in. smiles. 0y
Horrors I horrors! all widowers!
No. 5.-Getting nervous. Repeat fre- i HH

quently the old adage, "If you don't sue
ceed try, try again." Introduced to a M m ll.i
i Western gentlemen at the Oak Lawn n3d
campaign.. ; Born_ time! after received a --
remarkably handsome picture from the to
+ ; West. Admire I it.ex eedingly. He is a '. P ::::.

'-i, brunette ((80 am I), therefore he is not .';; ', -
4 the right one, q ,
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No, 6.- 'readrull)' disheartened: a .JiJ, : '" 00 ,
4 mutual 'friend, through sympathy and .
ti. tic kindliness of heart, recommended: a .
i Northern man. Corresponded for awhile, I m .i
,, but finally wrote him that sunny Florid;
couldn't be exchanged for the frozen I 8-
5 North.- Hopeless! oh, so hopeless I
''" Sing constantly "No one to love."

,. ,-" No. 7.-"Odd number, good luck.:' O)
Amen. Will attend all the spring! pi.

d Dies; 80 look out for me all ye marriageable P.
men. This is your year; don't be .. .
( bashnil. A bashful man is an abomination. '
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Our Chief Promoted A Full. I .. ,l" .
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Fledged Colonel .. ,
'' All along it has been plain private .. '
Frank Harris, Editor of THE OCALA HAN "

; started MKB. Since a dally he, communications became ambitious are roiling anti- : >-;: ,

; ( } in thick and fast, offering profu . ':, .of'. ; Booa ll dA $ ,
l ; BasI
k r and sincere' congratulations on the', )
t ,. sparkle,and pith contained in our littl I
DAILY and invariably addressed to "Col-
onel" F. E. Harris, Editor-in-Chief of J .

t. Tnc DAILY ,BAHNEB. Peace hath he Leaders in
victories no less than war, and Colonel
c) Harris sincere,analytical,pithy, pungent I WILL OPEN JANUARY f>>Ot 1889.
and pregnant words! from his penis recognized -

'r abroad and honored as few at THE OCALA HOUSE.Leading DRY Y .
home wbo do not see our daily correspondence .
In to the best nUll t
seeking get mot> 1
as the local does, have the I
faintest conception of the kind, com pi for your money, I
mentary and commendably terms ehow
ered Upon him. And with all so mode -BUT-
V retiring and' unassuming he wears his The Hotel of the City GeneralMerchandise

ull-blown honors most blush ingly.
o r ,j ti ,
13, at the R U RIGHTIn
g; Subjcts for Sunday, January -AND-
s Presbyterian church are, in the morning.t .
"God's Meeting Us in the Way
1 In the evening, "Our Wrong Choices. selection of a trading place? The Delivery Wagon in charge
of Mr. J. M. Lawson will
k '1J" ,, "' Dwight E. Arnold. mine host"of theHot You bay you trade with I every morning early. Save your call

oil .l Marion, Bilter Bpring Park, was ROWELL ? orders and sathe walk to townLANDJTITLBS .
0/1 bpr street.io lay.
to Thoroughly Repainted Inside and Out dee lrm

( : P. B.Dukes, bought a Florida yearling -c'RIGHT-- '.
of Mr< # wa1'dt t'blcb; ,weighed netpve -A--
i 600 pounds. The meat looks good enough
'b to consume raw. U R
The Pennsylvania cyclone victims, are .
elghtteen o Kf'_the Bead ing f lk mill, I THE BEACON & ADAMS
'with M .ra\.atally.1nj u'edr Out of the

'I Pittaburg 'Wreck fourteen mangled re.pn' ----o- _BEAUTIFUL LAWNS AND CROQUET GROUNDS I I !' ABSTRACT-l-' COMPAXY.

ROWELL'S is the place for the
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review report ip> ,
i business IS THE PLACE 10 GET
Bee* and, the .Cheapest. He THE F.1CT;
W.k\t! t'a Fb! c.d8DCT { + FOB Trtsw Amr TO : 1 : : L u. 1JL\YEn, JhN.cza.
doMnkard'teul has the Shoe Storein -I
dot ."' only
wool m; (ward.Iron trade booming/ Marion County.> K1mW Oincs : OCALA lIotallJaIui
,1 ,. goods in good demand 1mJ14&. -ea.

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They congratulate the of Marion
people coun
ty onhslr exemption from the terrible scurg of The defence in the Hodge case examined I

yellow fever which Invaded our sister county the following witnesses Thursday .
fttrderlngourson the north and commending
heartily the authorities and clllsens general afternoon' Friday and Saturday: II.C. CITY'OFMCERS
,ls for their vlgilenc and unceasing l efforts tin Mayor-Dr. Thou. I'. ,
keeping it from our midst. Jerald.C. C. Stephens, HodgeV sister' and rlerk\ -fl. A. Hillock.Gary

Mxty-six I canes came up for their Investlgstion brother, of Levy county, Uobert Crut<-h- Marnhal('. K Ball.
Forty-six true bills found: Murder, four; assault ('ollecotor-P'.
with Intent to kill, seven: larceny, 14; concealed field)l. Captain Sam Uejldick, of Palmetto, AMmumr-D. E 1'.Oa.llIOn.MclTer.
weapons, 9; obtalninlng money under false
1 tenser, adnfterJI 1: forgery selling\ highway; robbery, 1; trespass pre-, Manatee county and J. H. Scott, C. F Treanurer I'resident of(,'onnciW K. Cnowdrn.no. F, Dunn <
; whisky in violation ol stat Waterman B. W. Miller a E. luwnl of Aldcnnrn-
ute 7.They. Mcher. K. Dunn W. Agnew,
record regret the'Inert see In crime In the general II. Livinpston ieneral Bullock, Gus, J.Kralth T. Lanca, II. \\t. Chandler r. John A., I.Brown and! t W.Root O., Mar K C)
(disproportion to former years) and our shall
growing population is no explanation to this &1. Jones, Bill Schoeflin and DrfDwelly, all
8amtary lnnp
f tor-W. T. King
I arming They social concluded condition.that defective and Indlll'erent.t of Ocala. It appear the defence by their COUNTY OFFICERS. ew G.,

L administered l laws,.U largely responsible for xvitiiejwes started out to prqve the act ol Oninty 'Judge Klrhar McConalhy. tat
is deplorable state of afiaira. ('OUDIY Clcrk-D A. Miller t
The) arpeal to our Icglslatorsto correct this increase Ilod/e's shooting Jesse Marlow was in 8hi-rlt-K! ( T. Williams
In irlmeak the court to lend its wisdom se}' defence but later AiwoMnr C. Mathews
for relrom./ on they changed (1Uector-lI. T. artmaun, CUrL

and Like cruel all good murderer train: they his all juxt desire desrrt.the bold i .their line, and through th".Ot'31a wit- TrfanurrrR rlntendcnt; oiubllc PylM.8np Instruclton-U .'

't They as drand Jury, complain that much val nesses, mainly I attempted to show' that Payne, MemlnRton. L.
uable time wan lost betauxe papers and witnesses Mr. G. W. HtMlgn insane when (X>unly ('"ininlwloiier. *-tl. ,\\. Inn W. P.
was he
nevded In their work-were not on hand, Tranthsm., M. II, Ron FM. )IVrriu.V.. P. WllIUmM -
committed tho heinous crime. All the >n .
:zy FTh evidence <<: i'ounly OmiruliwJontri meet the Ant iloo- I Id1lTl11 ..
in, Mr, It. A. Burford, one of In every month, f M
the brilliant school 1I".l.I'al--\I'\ E. Harris K. T. P
and able! trio of lawyers Wartinann,
4 t' M. rt. MOM. r. A. R. t.rlffln. I'. I L Duriww.
the State: began his plea Saturday night ; N'hool Hoard meets nut Monday in every month.

at half eight and for COUNTY BOARD OK HEALTH
WILL, OPEN AT QUA( LA, ELi., JANUARY nth, 189. i past three hours I'rlldt'nl-Jlr. T r. oary. ,. '

__ and a half held his vast audience snell .Secretary-Cant.:: E. It. KU hr.lon. t ....1
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tural products of Florida, and her sten bound by his flow of eloquence, logic and M, 5. Moneraiutl*. II I Irvin smith, Anthony, Memrs. J'I

BUDGET OF HOME NEWS A Force of Habit. to the world for the display of i ill annylhical dissection of the evidence( for BOARD OF TRADE '

The affable tax collector, Mr. 11. T. the defenceHomcthliitf l'f'\'IIMt'nt-J, F, Iiunn

C.'L. HITTINGER, City Editor. Wartinann, dropped into the circuit pment of products indigenous to till! ----..- -- $\'tee I'rwldent. A. Weathers. F

elfrk'fl offices yesterday morning and desired g to the uMII, mechaaica and agricu Good to I at. Hoard offtloyernorw-A.: r. Man Jr. O. Rliein-

Mr. James T. Lancaster made a (2,000 sale of a license for a young lady. The We took a look into the Market this W auer'"ath", Jno.,, Win.1". Dunn Fox,and J. 8 II.W,Llringiton Mool,. li. A. '

O property todayI obliging clerk quickly tilled out a mara morning and were surprised to nee the BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION .

One drunk and disorderly caw this morning riage blank and with a rising inflection splendid etal) -fed Georgia beef, tallow ,,'\
before his honor Too much social club intpira-
hUM frrsldent B. .
Mid "name the two inches deep across the loins in Wllm"r.'lrtl1'm1ldentr..t
lion Saturday night_ jrentleman. This Tay \ .loumt 1 t
h startled the collector lor's stall And the Secretary and Trt'lUIul'\'r.-I.ull Fox.' ..1
The genial I urbane and gentlemanly ex-Mayor who Mid : "Can'ta appetizing links of 1 Hoard ot Dlrtx-tnrs-J. T. 1. ,
Abram Martin, has the thanks of our chief i for lady apply fi>,. any oilier license than t Georgia sausages, honte-made and up to phens I. Brown, V, Flithel I, A ancaeter, F. iHjloucut Isaac, II.! Rte D. .1 A.
basket beautiful. apples. ..__ the I Zacharlas and N, A. Bur ford. :
---: that which permits the forging of matrimonial high-water mark of supreme excellence l- .

largely Sunday patronized was a lovely!At dsy.the Episcopal The churches church wet in I bonds?" "Oh, oh yes" respond I, ; and as for the |>ound rolls of raptlln-HI'O.OCALA A. Nash RIFLES. S

the morning standing room was scarte. ed the awakened fll'ribe, "I pee," and he Georgia butter, it made us think of the First Lleutenant-K. B. McConnell t 1

Dr. Oates, of Con t c"'ut.-: who spent last winter quickly tilled out a blank which said : ,% M. FOX, Fin Vic -Pre ld'nt. Il-a-|pound rolls, made of Jersey milk Second Forty' Members Lieutenant- K. \Mlllaina. e

glad with us to, is see again the genial on our Doctor streets.and The give boys him are"a Miss M. L. B-r is permitted to carryon G. 8. MAYO, Treasurer. and displayed in Fulton and Washing- FIRE COMPANY. ?.

> hearty welcome. the trade of A-c, R-jr, in consideration I I ton markets, New York. Taylor gets Chief P'oremah-Mallrll'e-T, D, I &J1IUIlr.Rhrlnauer,

"The Central," under tbe able management ef of having paid in hand $10. The i I there and the people get there, too, for Second First UMt.tantLuIUI'olk..

,(i Mrs.Everything Radcllff.is neat is clean doing and a splendid attr-ctlvn business and the incident, when it fully dawned on the ,! the beat, finest and sweetest In the land Herretary-J awlnUnt, 11.*MsllHl.W. (), Marshall. u i n

i table supplied with r the market affords bystanders, created mud merriment, as on which to satisfy their inner cravings TwentyAvemembers. f
[ -a truly delightful plate board or tempo ritltl I ___ ___ HOOK AND LADDER COMPANY.
rarity sojburu.i another illustration of the form of I I The Place to Make Your IRoddenl-Abram I'almer.
ii'hR Selections
) habit. When the amiable and Jl'or.man-\\llh llents.!
i Are we going to represented at the Ocala pleasing Amlstant-Wells Rkbardson.
: Exposition T" asks the Gainesville Advocateell Miss, in question, makes application fora : Courtney, the dapper market man, has Twenty membersLULUI.A .
1 If you are not you ought to t*. And haw in the F the fittest of
world can we get along without that Ooddera of connubial piece of )'alter it is not likely [I Chicago Cwrn-fed beef and LODGE, NO. ai, I. O. O. F.
liberty Come over and help us'!" mutton. Excellent: corned .. Meets f
the services of Judge Waitmann will b+> beef and ( enry1"nNl1anenlnl.1, )
bead cheese W, 11. f'Challis\\ N. (I.
that all
Board of Health buy. Dressed
The sentiment for a stale called into question. turkeys W M, I'Mllli,
best citizens is not only growing, but Secretary '
our ; in abundance
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you wantouo f YlKilliyi brothers
they deem U an absolute necessity and are very << cordially invited ;

anxious for a It<<:1a11M'1Ito1on of the State Legislature Remember the liraml. 3 of them _. OCALA CHAPTER NO. 13, R. A. M, yf
and efficient law be passedto -
that a good
for Those who have }*aid attention to the Ocala Chapter, No. }.I, R. A. M. Convocation '
provide same
Presbyterian church liev. fire j
W. II. Got- Monday night In every month.

Secretary 'Clarke, of the 8ernl.1'rotllcal, has local columns of the BANNKK are ware L walp. pastor, services regularly each flab J. H. Funa. 8.CT lary, 11. W, keen i(. p. 1
the Siamese twin I lemon, presented to this that our enterprising Cuban cigar manufacturer
j.en\ bath atll o'col.k! k
by Mr. DuriHoe, and place It on exhibitionat a. in. and at 71', m. --- .
his headquarters in tbe Ocala House block. It Jlr. F. Tomes, has been !!hip. Sabbath Khool; at 9.30;: a. m. Wedne-
is a decided curiosity and woitb an Inspection.The ping some of liis favored "brands to South 1 etneaaarf. ,

Honio*8.fca.8., O.wax. &-not G.- -a-excursion"bloomini"-last- success- Saturday, owing to Carolina. Saturday, Mr. I. B. KzelJ. of [day at 7.30;evening o'clock! lecture Seats and free prayer:: 'The Jnt-etlnlt public BENJAMIN Y l 1 ''I I 1 1 l& FOX h

Columbia, S. C. who happened to l he 5
to'tbe inclement ather. we trust on their in d ] r- ; cordially Invited to attend all the ser
weather will dawn and Up Capital
!hell lovely more propituous i.iiil beautiful Uoina-a.a vluted by town, noticed Mr. Tomes' sign and th. I vices I

Hundreds, as it deserves to be. brand LaCriolla, dropped in, made a pur 1 -
--- 50,000.{ >
Judge McConalhy returned (rum the Mate Conferwuoe chase! and und it lead<
/ n'Ulh.lUIlI.ppolote ou the noon train<,!:and TlI.lIl1.blUllit'.Hev.handed!us the Mr.PutridgerBJue following .- quick sales and the satUfaction it gave.Meat .AONY.WI'I stall-fed Wentern meats tonight, and in The Holidays are Past !

Lake I future these juicy and
Springs, W.C Collins: City savory meats will
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J. P IXjI'ajg.Orantfjbprlngs{ ; Mawm.tltra; ) always IK found there ,

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Mr. T. A. Langley, of Le Hoy, one of : ----- ..
MacKay's bill-boar's are wonderfully I lummox Mrs W. W. Clemerts Sumner ,
with .tanlinv I and attractive cromos of the coming.of the} thrifty farmers of Marion county, Ga., TIII.: -'" '
he mother offrs.. Don IK OVIR.Vcs .
Howe's New London Triple how and Menagerie Mclver_ arrived'aturday
which will exhibit in Ocala, baturd., slaughtered last week five pigs! eighteen and .. 'J ," aK

January 19 Don't forget the date and be sure months that droned net 1,045 {ounds, i will make her daughter ,
and see it. It will exhibit on the old how groundnear V retracted visit.
tbe ". C.A P. K. K. depou These animal had very little extra feed, \ luivo '
-- K'ttled down to strict bus-

The Os ala Hook and ladder Company,colored, and demonstrates that razorbacks, The return of the electric illuminati n lUI'H! and
desire to rtt.ru thanks to Mr. Agnew and the among the intelligent and progressive 'aturdsy flight on the square and in the wo mean b siuCHR
merchant and people) I of the city, for their assistance u: in
iu vetting up their late lair; to defray the farmers, are the exception and not the naiket wax}joyfully received what we wtyV > w

burial ex pen***of John Anderson, one of their -, .. : ..
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late members. The officers of this company are now-a day. \ Mr. A.T, lJouICI H"'. one of the wlal_ ,_.. -
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Abe Palmer,PreaidentWi.on Hence, Foreman ; "ne of the finest and best equipped bat 'wake and milmtantial oon -\ have a Largo Htock ofiflferDressRooas-
\\lllls Richardson Assistant roreman "On'ing to the dullness of trade," says t citizens of Citra,
We have special facilities for makin
i Mr. Phillip Floak of Iowa made the BAICNIR a 1 the California merchant, "we shall sell) I'e will extend every courtesy and favo rop|'e'l in to-day to give the merry go

pleasant box rail to-day cud said dropped be a and dollar several in the other missionary goods at a sacrifice." "Owing to the nuh COlt,and hall give prompt and careful a cold: lUs.vtK- a-hearty. lift

j lowalans had purchaked J*)acres of Mr. James of trade the Ocala merchant "we afe solicit your BANK ACCOUNT
says ,
Carters rich hammock and fine pine lands seven imtoe entire satisfaction.I Mrs, T. 1>. Hay and daughter Bertie, of
miles west M the city and would improve t r. can afford to sell \goods at a small marginof :elson H. (;.
wittheir investments and arrival Saturday and are .
They delighted .. .
? That is the Florida I ,1
we trust they will so continue. profit. way CORRESPO isiting Mrs. I>>>un Mclvrr. ---

Tax CoUettjr 11.Wanmaoo owing trao ext emerges from out the grasp of a great: ortors & Trawlers Nation; --- Huch UH Flannels, CuBliinercfl, Hen-
work on Ux fck ii wblch had to r* done before epidemic But it is well that Florida If outhern Bank of Gee fclijtse of the moon Wednesday rietUin AllH'troH ;
receiving taiAbhas aliout computed his task u jght. "Look out etc., colored
her. my Jovt'r.look out"l'e'aell
and will la aTr*' days throw wide open the hall HOioethingofaprtfM-weight upon 8 ; and
dnors of his ottlcf, and will be their pleased to receive If he did not the whole population of Special Correspondents In all in trees are nil, 111O all coiners who desire to pay taxes or who .
seek Information in that line. i'artol this work the world would be struggling to find nice \ New Jtui,taur nt.Mr ------- --- .,

was up k to)over number JiXXi each entries assessment and UucrlpUotu, which ban. run shelter under her_genial bkiea. u_ -K-. -IL-. (-'(-,-,.irn-... .....111... ,.naft I"-" "I-' .1.un-, -AVo will otter these good:"""

; Mr Ptoward, the Plumber, spent Sunday with Mr. John! B. \\Vbb, alter f>f the. IrVEIHE 'aisley Butch oi>f>tlt0 the Merchant's /

[ been commKUpg ou tbe great Lake.depredations A wild hog for<< a mouth Standard Lime Works, at Kendnall, and ; 'itional Ianka! first-claw( U'llea and JFOm Yr1E1iL1ZDLV1Regardless

'L trap:the or Doctor shoot. crop!: aud low mhlcu by the they unerring failed rifle to wife, have taken rooms; in Mr. In(:. utlenian'ji restaurant It will bear the

of Mr.Btoward. who heard of the wild intruder Pott'?.cottage, the, first weed, of Qrtc l lEpiM'opal ? llwrnanic name-Chicago.rutern 1
and went out to dud Urn.which he did shootinghim and P'L{{ ,&Da I* 1'111t-- of f Cost !
through the bart at a distance of JfX, )yards. et urcli.) They take read. S "'.",..d, j
The aaimal; heu the most the DAILY BANNER. '
and the roant from carcass was _avoryi a built. For fI.* and appetizing,w bleb all enjoyed for a Sunday ------ 18, otllce pt U. Anderson ..f* Call -To clow; out and
q. get
dinner. ___________________ Several Immiirrints in wagons, fromArkausaa wcl Clock Jewelry fore Thurl ay. J2t12L.TIIC' ready for- / .
The mt-Troplral buildings and jrrounds were tarried over the Sabbath under t
the point of at'raction yeurday The sun khone lied Grocery,'Magoolia street .is nun HI'lll.VO TUADU.
brightly aDd the air blmv as a May mornlll(. the shelter of the water oaks, near Mit I '" a'1f'ts

Aida long the slreeU leading la that direction South street}' fearing to the ex'poaitiorgrounds. a. J..1' ___ .*.ry, S It' plate to buy your rueeries.d *- ".. ._ -
were Uned ie of all classes and eondn H Z.l.z..an.r I'Imrl..tL.. . !
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bona the rich 1 : Iu theft rfia a and the )nr George Hnook and wife, of Akron Ohio, 31declmM. ------7 TI-, If will: positively! sell these J
poor preajnbuiated at tbelr 1et ure. A11 ex pressed t -ed throtixh Ocala IhunxUy. on their tow off goodaf
tlw tobJ C.M. 'Urm.n'ture' himself the Uilt with their brothers. Toss aLrD ) at what. we
surprjte) C& ggwlly priportloMOf. i iMruotiir Mr. a' arsd can get for them W
tU maue tows a at booth lAke Weir E. YONQB Ota14I1nm. *nA tJ.nv. ,'
ibirapi4 progress features rUIItOU from his lovely Famuoffkee' JJMJt'HI'i! i" C), Tfta to selectnw'ill'
completion one of the pleasant .
Interior >e baU4J g will tn the young pine and beamed graciously) OcaSaturday. ANorBcy burford vent to Tali.ha.ee on BUB (,era.. Call and examine their fine stock have tho.benefit blithe t
trees near the fountain and to tbewest upon' day to matt tM State IU uoral College: ttt whick and *et good work<< at reasonable 4 -r
end. We are pleased lekww thai *>much ; .'. I. bell a member cl Sldecltq . .< -I prices.k '-"Large Visriety._ f se
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intere Is AUpUy all the progreos
of the groat work .: U ou eAl U eaI will only Mr. A. L,4J: icii.f lbvy er aplace The SeIl&lnr1&1IUUC1e II Vowing intense Ia Tb,
I UMcsparaMTM nu.! .. it now J-t
give the eaten>n < their hearty and eprdial sup- I
port,t(If bound to fie a grand meee twelve bearing pecan t w Je...,. da,.La hew..k. j

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'' What Tooln. "XVe Mortals lie. Jfnrrm 7W'grap&. Delayed Matin. -IF YOU WANT GOODS tN, THE-
Governor Perry, after an absence of Florida this Winter The complaints thin morning among

6 four year, hay. ? returned to Penracula. The splendid Florida h-rtel have been opened I I all classes by the delay of the mailii at -Drug Line-

F. R. HARRIS Editor (Ills home >er : for the ieiuon. The palatial tentlbule tralni are) the F. C A P. K. 11. depot, were loud and
._..... pa| running from New York to Jackwmfllle, ..nd'equ..U ''
*" "*"*" It raid the train in in
TIff !i2 -' "His beaming countenance among his old be was came -
will non
elegant accommodation 4Pep.
JANUARY' friend* Indicate that the Culmination of the term ) the last evening and the packs should I
OCAL.ir FL f., 14, 889. supplied for the travel from the West to
_. .-... .- 01 bllgonrnon.hlp bu relieved him of a heavy flowery land. Jackwitllle is recovering rapidly haveYieen delivered to the post office TUE PLACE TO FIND THEM
w eight,and hU appearance*again quite nawr.t *
:. from the eft'ecl.lor her awful--ourg and it taking last n /ht As it was they did! rot come -IS AT-
wise precaution to prevent III\ recurrence. I&has
A man who can be induced! to quit a tbe pluck to hold another finfo-Troptcal! Etport- up tilll o'clock this morning. It wassaid DR. DELOUEST

lucrative law practice, or a lucrativejustness lion which, like the tat will doubtless be a snc- the 'Ontrl\c-lor should hare a driverwho ,

of any sort, to become Governorof Bees In every sense and, attract capital to the!tate. coin be depended, on at all times. -(WEST SII>B SQl'ARf.UC.J.A :.)-

Florida, at the salary fixed) by the constitution There are on this continent no more pleasant These inter resort than a to he found In Florida. and I I i i I i I FLORIDA
y and
ajruivatjri to our bus! ness men
unless he has reforms '
10 be patronized
!South Georgia, and they are lure
to inaugurate and ti\ sure of impressing, liberally thin year. The yellow fever did nAt and they deianl righting; of them 3m 81-W
.at I IIiv'eivt -- -
his individuality "|>on State legislation, touch Georgia. and It ha been tboI'O\J.htyllt\mp.! --
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J Iing lnvf'ly. ----
is of small ed out In Florida, There It nor-ason why t'l1rlllta ,
possessed jxjlitical ambition
very should not come South in a* great number u Mr. S. O. Pfi r, of whom mentionwas
Indeed. What is Governor Perry they came last y'.ar. The air will be U soft the made far 'eek In the DAILY BANNER S. R. BIRDSEY & CO
more to-day than he was four years ago? breath of the orange and pine al sweet the skies ,
bav got into trouble with the
--- What reforms did he suggest' ? What u blue and the water a*bright aithey were taRt '
} F The fishing clause in the tariff bill receives changes did he see accomplished. ? Not year. The air It full of health Atd balm, and law c acxount of some irregularities, -()-
consideration In Congress. there are no better hotel on this coa'lnent than anwho was brought back from Leesj -
one. lie was but a hum-flrum Governor, those of the famoui resorts of South Georgia and \% and placed in confinement Wholesale & Retail
was re-
more anxious, to get rid of the robes of Florida. A large proportion of the tourists who ,
California Is shipping apples to Japan ,tsed Saturday by his brother, T. B. --DEALERS IS- I
: And either return
office than he was to assume them. visit theMe charming places go or
4' and Florida >Is shipping oranges to Eng. what of Frank Fleming? Does he prom. through Macon, and many of them stop here to irker of Whitney, Fla., coming to hb
land. enjoy our unequalled ipring climate. For the Invalid cue and relieving him of his entangle-
lee than a wooden Governor Harlware &
anything more Groceries
In March of health for the worn-out man of lents. We trust the lesson will teachhe (
J ,The Savannah steamship line is looking ? We shall watch his couMle'*Uh business seeking rest, for those fortunate mortal
to hun all .
man dubious
'i towards putting on a daily line oft i Interest but have no reason to beliefs who are able to travel for pleasure,South Georgia I prac.I

steamers. that he will get outside the humdrumrut and Florida will offer unequalled attraction,,tees ---- -0-

c of other Governors. We should like for during the next three month Ocala la on a boom. Not a mere rinnlinr- ; OCALA, I I I I FLORID

d Thelash spasmodic freak of fancy b'ut a real, 8m 81-88
of | nulne. substantial boom. Her two foremost -.-
ten tells the story of its --
years ago than I
Something more a mere ornamental
opera and the Pros came to u*
onward march to Empire. figure-head We hope that we will'I ihls week In the shape of bright.iparkllng dallies\ ,

see our hopes realized in Frank .Flem ."Wl of new, and glittering with the animating -AT-
The Washington special the >
: reports >rojrpecUofaioHd. beneficial career. We wish
t" reciept in that city of oranges shipped' ing. _____.._ r
4 from Florida in bulk by the car-load, Modern Evangelists.

f without wrapping or boxing. The The Atlanta Chnttian Index, a Baptist | TRAVELER'S!: GUIDE.

i R method Is said to be very eucceseful.k paper, does'nt seem! to have much faith i'I Schedule of the S. S. 0. & G. R R. M FislteI'sCan

k or confidence in the two Samuel -the, J< 4 Leave Ocala ............M....._......_.. 715 A. r.
;; Daring the past year Tampa has Rev. Sam Jones and the Rev. Sara' ** Homoaaraa.................................. 4,15 r. M.
'' erected buildings and made public improvements Small. It says"' : J f F. C. tt P. R. R. (Old F. R. &: N. Line.)

to cover more than a million The Index man never has anything Schedule.SOUTH .
'' dollars worth. No public disaster can to do with these Reverend evangelistswho BOUND.

chill the energies of that wide-awake go to places where there are plenty Passenger arrive!. In Ocala.....................6.07 p. M. be found one of the
....... ..........2(16 rr.YOCTH .
; and enterprising city. The 7imee-Union of churches and plenty of money, but : Freight of .......:.::.........:.I.t5 ?. ..
never go to the waste places, the hedges' BOVNC.Passenger .

rejoices her prosperity.! And so does the byways and who take no pains to i ,, arrive.. in.. Ocala.. ................... 9,07 A. r. Best assorted
the DAILY BANNIR. see that the poor have the gospel 11.10 selected and
preached to them. The circus always Freight of :. ....::'.::::.::.'. 1.15 r.A. :: ,
} pays in a town where the butchers can JOHN 8. FBAZEB
The South grows all the cotten woven expect a big trade (in red lemonade, t'p Town Ticket Agmt.

", in this country ; why should she not striped candy and P'anuts"| The F. S. R. R. Time Table. most desirable priced ;

have a monopoly in the manufacture o f We must say to the esteemed Index SOUTH BOUND. f

', cotton goods ? The South has iron and that to save sinners you must go where I '1,: Passenger!' arrive" In'f Ocala to ...??.........?....... 1.55 P. M. t

44 timber in greater abundance and cheaper they are. If these two Samuels are sin Freight .. w iiiii!! !! .!'......!!9JlO.! 6.O P.! M.1(' Stock

P y than any other section ; why should she cere they can be more successful-'can NORTH" "BOUND................. .12,05 A, M' of Dry Goods

,' not control the manufacture of all articles save more souls in a day in a Paasenger arrive in Ocala.................... 7.15 A.M-
I* Of ordinary ORe ?" asks the Manufacturer town than in the byways in a month. .........e...._...1Z 20 P. M. '

Record nome was not built in a day J'uul"rachtd in Rt>mt." Freighti', .: :: :: ::::.....::::: .::::1 1205A.M.MARKET 9.50: A: a.. in the City '

L : The South will do all these things in .. -. d 31 dec 4 m

time. Had fetter .Keep Away From REPORT.

Tampa. Florida round steak (hind quarter)............ ioc
The Florida Midland passenger train Ex-mayor Courtpnay of Charleston, S. f (fore quarter) .8 Pork (hind quarter) ovT
was wrecked at Palm Springy January Oi, the earthquake mayor, argues in his (forequarter) !I.:::!:::.": iK':;:
; 10th. Northern mutton ............
Fortunately nobody was Injured LU J"c.
paper, the Charleston World, that Flo Florida 1.'Ic.
i;" ,, seriously. The coaches were smashed rida's yellow fever was imported in Lain Northern and Hurloln round steak _""."".. ajX. WatOIIQaqtL

up considerably. The wreck was caused swift mail\ steamers from Cuba, and Hog1*llead cheese ......'.'.'.'."..' :1 3'Jc,">0'
; II I- OJOgoa _....... !
r- by the spreading of the track. The work ISc:
rails on the Government to sfbp this Hlce' ham .. ........ I5c
; grading, on the Clay Springs and Ap-( steam communication during the summer 'Irw feet ... ...... 15e. I

;' opka railroad line been commenced and months < ,8aul.e Eggs (!per dozen) .......................IO@1Yo. Br e, I .n :n a) A JIJ3)n

r will be pushed to early completion.The I CI --., .- --z

Heavily ""'"lrf'tl. rpHOS.. P. GARY, M. D -- ---
Fret Press was out as usual Sunday
C. Peters who died of fever in A
r b.: morning, and betides the usual quantity PHTUt1Ah AND Complete Stock ofGoilts'
Jacksonville according to the
Metropolis, tKoio.v.
of type metal service, in which it is ox.t WI I
p carried at the time of hid. death
)$35,000> Room, Agnew A
t, celledonlybythekolaLetfyereontainetl Oary' Block, OCA t t '
: ti' an article on the sublime subject of call, worth of Insurance. And according to Dlaeasea TwentY'HYf'n 'ean' el petfenca III, F urlf1a I
Janm: rnishingGoods.
the same authority, Mr. 11 Wauklyn, I'VI JatJll.1)
particularly appropriate for Sabbath med. ,
wholesale' liquor dealerwho also died of
itation. After the all distributed
pajx'rn were
r' kt, J and the day's work ended, our yellow fever, carried an Insurance of IE: SHAW & WALLACE, "
good brother attended church and looked ___ .

, exceedingly happy. We Can all Become I.'at.
Contractors :
There to be an agreement -- .
r Encouruyo Home Industry. appears HEADY MADE ,
among recent medical writers that water

, The copper cooking vessels of the Ocala Is fattening, or at least favors a fullness =:and

i' House needed repairing, and the character and roundness of the body. It should I I =: CLOTHINGTailoring

of the work was of a kind that i It be drank its -
at natural temperature, and
was thought by those who understoodthe in considerable' quantity. I' E tXL Builders -
business that they would be compelled r -

r to go to New York to find a work. Attentive to lluelnei Department

R:. man sufficiently skilled to doctor them. A brakeman Ml between the cars at I' 00t LA, : c i FLORID celled In Fits (Joey;.
( )Ir. Nathan Crown heard of the and Prices
Scot ttlalt', Pa., a few days ago. lie dec31-lm
t' 'called roundtn pectt'd them And said that counted sixteen Jal13m
cars and a caboose as "he
r r,': he bad ingenuity and knowledge enough they passed over him, and thun jumped LeadingHo GO TO STOI 'AID'$

l to repair all damage done to them by up unscratched, ready to take his placeat FOR

use, and If the work was given him he the brakes again. Palace Drug Store rIRJilT-CUAA l>t.nrnJlfO 1FOST r r1

# would try his hand. Permission was - -- -AXJ -1- ,
given him, and the repaired vessels area The Dally Banner adds One More to I 1 1opposite .

1 good as new with their light silver the Llet. tl'ASi>ED IX APPOINTEE.'horoughly --0--_ KING AraNrz. : : RONTttraa BLOc& .

ft tn[ Hn\ng\ besides a big saving in money There are in the United State, 1,311 -( Me4tedtat..ehureh 1.

,x ,r { the company by having the work done daily newspapers! 11,605 non-dailies, WHOLESALERetail

; at home. And here permit us today to ranging from tri-weeklies to semi. 'i"- s

the people of Ocala and Marion county' monthlies, and 1,708 monthlies, hi. ; -AND-: JAS. T. LANC.V5TEH t
e that no matter what may be the nature monthlies and quarterlies.The I .
be done in midst in Drugs I I0 -1-
,of the work,to, vour -A. 1
repairing or supplying' your many wants, Wage.of Oenlu LEADING REAL I
Thomas A. Edison remainsat TED' -ALL KINDS n'4TE
never permit it to pass away from home frequently THOROUGHLY OF DEALER
$ that his desk until 2 or 3 o'clock in the wnI OILS, 8TATIONKUY -1-
before boa satisfy yourself the same TOILETAND
caanot fie secured right here. Foster, morning ; then catches a few hours of I .- OCALA, : : i1 t
sleep in his office and is at his tasks : rlAJJUDAtft
l and encourage industry
) protect every
'SL ? and trade among you ; keep your money again by 8. |g/HITICIn ..""<% | :ARTICLES

at'home, let it circulate here, give em. Blessing Florid Don't Have.A Chin In Complete Stock GEORGE -
here if want The young Eoaperor of IsW. It I ilcKAY,
ployment you your com-
lad at Grand Rapids, Mich., wears strong dislike to missionaries, ani ABCHITECT
inanity! town and, county to prosper,in- four artificial limbs as the result of make it unpleasant for them. He -0- BUILDER

stead of sending it away to employ the having been frozen during a bliz&ard. it U vary cheeky for American band! DOH but tU .nest brandll DEaIon AND F TIiIATraFBrakab.d (

labor to the benefit and enhancement of Englishmen to claim they have the. eJ'dqua.nera car wan Paper and carder of etpn n.edsi -
' '" otherp1aeel Jn which you can have no Just What They Will. true religion and he believe the 04 Appse. 1
Gainesville lying about it. 'YBIGIIT. RATER .
must wake ---
'M or
interest as have in up
'_ such an abiding you add Ocalft will outstrip her.. Oainmtife The young Emperor U very \>laID. V... o.nc.-Eatnacat I I Oruce V
'- ownoalmutiity t I 1 t OcALa,1La.gWl &ncS iLl"
your spoken to aay the least \. 'OC.u.A, .. IlL
ser J'Loam4.,
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; ,
1111UtJr .aLO bait
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Ii '. '#"'r' :iiC..l..rL..s" .. .. \.

IG.' halt the only Shoo Store OCALA .... .....?._....DA..r .:..:.J9a _."-L 1 x VIAL....... -tt\Yt",, .

ateslaaa .7V"1' tlf Sja,.,..., ,ft &1: 'tlTJUu. 1a, $1"" J :
got :. .' .
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: AN D"
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Semi-tropicalExposition.!, '

\ -This Exposition, incorporated under the laws of. the State ol Floruitill open atJ --

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This will bo an Exposition of Tomological, Horticultural and Agricultural products of Florida, and her soils*, titular, woods minerals and live stock, and in addition articles ..
and products of general interest from all States and countries. Entry is open to the world for the display of its products. No charge for entries nor : space for the product or.
manufactures of Florida.
The United States Experimental Station for improvement and development of products indigenous this section has l peen located contiguous to our exposition grounds
i ir'Ve invite exhibits. of all descriptions, particularly those pertaining to the arts, mechanics: and agriculture, guaranteeing uniform courtesy to all exhibitors. "

CASH PREMIUM LIST, $2,600. '> ', I

(, GEORGE W. WILSON, President. WM. FOX, First Vice-President. DR. II. KNIGHT, Second Vice-Preaident '

" It C. W. CAMPBELL, SR., General Manager. G. 8. MAYO, Treasurer. J. O. CLARK, Secretary. .

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TIle Nl er ell ants'' National Bank{ mnc Fits! National Bank Anti -:--MonOIJolyDrug-' '

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OF alit, l?lrhla.
; OCAL.A=== -ANISEED )- -

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:3,000.00 Paid Up Capital, ", y Authorized Capital, COMP1J Tlati'ESS OF STOCK F FQuality

$50,000. $150,000. '

OFFICKH8 j .. !6 of Good and Low.Prices.
1': tY AGNY.'V..r. 'V.IfCUlIcn.r. .
JNO. F. Do I .
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E. P. DISMI-KKS, J Prtlidrot. -- -- ,
It. B. McCoNNKLL, Acti-ig-Oaihitr/ (10ODHLocated JU a'tI) !
f o-e

Being now tttallithed in our new and elegant Bank building 1l*are]>rt}>ared to guarantee D.nll. .
-( null door to First National :>- .
tatiafaction to all. 1 .
8m 1144
General Banking biuinegt tran' +mded. Exchange bought and told. A. :SrScINTY'RE, OASJDER.:


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One of the finest and brot equipped tanking bodes. in the State owntnl by the
E.P.DI8MUKES, bank. We have special facilitieH for making Odlwtiont on all aratwible[lOlnt..
JNO. F.DUNN, J.A. EINSTEIN, We will extend every courtesy and favor to our cuHtnmera condistent' with Hale
ClIAS.RIIEINAUER, WM. ANDERSON, oanklnR,and shall give prompt and rareful attention toad lmnint entrusted to an ,
HARVEY KNIGIIT, L.M. THAYER, We ollclt your BANK ACCOUNT and all business In our line, and
J.C.FERINE, guarantee entire satisfaction.
: Importers & Traders National Hank, New York, N.Y.; ,
a Mavenrec National Dank of BOlton. outhern Bank of Georgia Savannah.
YQT1. '
National Park: Ban of
Bad of Savannah Georgia.Mercantik
Banking Qwnpany National,Atlanta. Louisville Banking Company,Louisville, Ky, f& Special Correspondents in* all important cities in the Wewt.dec9 .

DwlalUG8IR '


!II -THE- New\ Jewelry\ Store C. F. BREWER &CO.HEADQUARTERS .
S Depot -LJCAI* W TlJEWatell -
Hews Finest Livery In the City Shines replete with everything in
his line. Call and examinefor

i1 ( --0- LEADING8ALES8TADLE1m-- -C i, Clock C JeTelryLINE' \\ Strings for Musical Specialty.All yourself.Instruments. a -roa--=- ,

Work on repair.of Clocks and Watcher
LARGEST STOCK $1M1)89.01.bI.C.YZRIII Guaranteed.
", I d"lC3&-am Rhelnauer's Old Stand. PIANOSAND
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west Prices it DKMTI8T8 --
Repairing a Specialty.
Of any store ta soothers Florida, nT the mart luinrtoo appointment. and be ALL KINDS OF FURNITURE.0 '
MalpMd dental room*in tb But of Florida. Musical Instruments 'I I
-0- Both memben of the ana thoroughly pm>af d.piofeMtaiallr. ---0- -0-
f ,DODD ISRAEL, : : OCALA,FLA. 10 roll andinmet. The their poblJe 0'rwiweUdly">in rocwl iD.t..s and t, Ivrrn Inttcnom or THIS CoI 1.. nr
: Ktw M rehanU'JlaUo'ffJB g CcaU, -(LOCATXO o.War 8u>s or SQu....>- trocx 55 Low OCALA, I'LA.
a uei octllU

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w" i THE DAILY BANNER. : ; i.'I'; 'I'. :' ; .,i :.' ." ... ,;. .. ,. : t. -I IOtd
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.'.a .4.rtt Advertising Rate .'** ., It .. 't..9rtA ;
.. ,t'. I t ,. .$; '1't ; ,, ., :; ,- '. "- 1
Blae. lyr. 6 m.TlKo. t m I 11 m.ll I wk I \, < i V !
I column.. r I! nr IsrooiiHTm"'
4 ., 17& 100 M lAOffl 6 1 .0H
Stachea 200so M M 8IJ 10 7 Of 00 2 1 L5I 1 ( .. _.orC.1.1. 1'( w r 0
1 Inch _ao :20 _IZ N 4 60_.1 HIt A :. 5'

':/ .. Locate 10 cenU per Ho*.
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1 0 0._...
; Subscription Rat... =
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P Annum., 14 00.iw ,
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r eta )(onL 8. I 2.\ '." I t'o '
Tone M nUu, .. .. I b.F ,( '- :
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F a44r.-r>forAinb r' information apply. at office, ".' .: .A. ". '.,' r" ', O. II e:y... -<
gy a

Buftlnem Manager.Medical .
a a4 KLIR11ar r r
Aanoclatlon to Meet--.;; .

;, Ocala. t ., .. CJ ooJ
4 ) e- Dr.T. P. Gary Is in receipt of a It> J d 0j

4 it1 a from Dr. II. A. Lancaster, of Gainesville "i' I
Pre'ftldf\ nt of Itlje.' State Medical' jHociety : i 'i! :. : .! :: I"#
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of K rida.Sflfliich lie i the !) / t f' G t'
eaya ; 1 I J. 1 .1
CtfafttTtfedical; Society : desires Ifl. ,
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to \Uf l II A pptctal 1 meeting: oft. tHe,, :1! ; ) j dCtr :
: : :
Association at as early a date and an Central ;

.: r a point as iKMsiltle, to consider mattern ,.._ _, .' I.

pertaining of a special to meeting the public, 1>r. l-arv hrsftlt.Instead *; 3 1 r.. :. /1 1.- I -j

ter suggests the regalar! meeting[ be tIjatj
' at Ocala.
4Dr. '
: Gary Bays yes,and the date 20( Feb.and
will try and so arrange it, BO as
have both Medical I and r ,
Associations of the State adopt the

date.Let them come; room tor all and "
4;j shall have a royal reception for (

goes by default when the honored Mayor JQJ 2
of 0 y of the. enterprise. '. $ 2A

Can Hnoh- Thing- be1 q. ."

9 The DAILY BANNER ollloe is} in ; '
and distrees. The"local V pencil -I
iJ to glide over the paj>erand ideas, if r/ rw

ever had any,are soggier: and more dyspeptic H ,
than the dotigh in the '
+ candidate loaf of bread.' ,...1'.1 i ItdIpa .
*"t :; The editor in'r dilrf; refuses to he comibrted .
K z auU waudn aimleMtly around -t. -
6treetsT head untiled by that clf' Ma,
silk plug,bat, BO unexpuctedly; / =
;, \q''a q upon him by a kind, thoughtful Chrl' lfUr hmHi 7 7"I = \
i q ;
feu- canserllrother l' ; ;rlll Brookii all ,uentie.of the.reader,. 4er )t 1))' i : : i "} :

t'" .Oo&Za'.tdger, \has lmUdoJt,1 us. Positively \

t 't .r ., and unniltlk'atinjjly( bulldozed us. : I [ .....
o ,A '
BidCfor invited.
sympathy are
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': Ocala anti Marlon County Ailver ; '

r.t t"T (') ,- : I ,tired.. .' ot1"t \ $
oj. Fifty copies of the DAILY J1.41UIU "." .' If'I
k distributed daily on the eoath- -,,I., ,
trains of the different roads, to tltrltll .. .. .
,1 .. ,,. .,. ,. .I... [
r manyof\ ] whom' )lave IDq r, heard '- .
,. Ocala and its coining twml-Tropieal Va.t : ... ... "... .. .. ...-
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: is the kind of : "" ,,. : ... ,)L
; position. TIUs o : \ >>j -
.., wQtk J itif! !doing for the jjcnejal; Kraal: | ..: ..' '" "r. ', \ .. .. ..I; M -I f

thBhllyaur'finity., \ 4 ,. ': .
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Attention, Ocala Itltlea.t ) j.
t ti.. You ant ordered to attend the '\ .. .,._. .. 10.:tF-, f -- - .
meeting of tliw coini-any. to bt held '" .
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Armory Thursday,. January tJ : ,
the N A'Fir"
ti I r t
i' Issn, at 7:30: I', m. By enter of '. ".I' \R;R"'*T: *::.f .
'" ,' .'-C'
y n A. NAHK, Jr>- .- -' boa & HasD
; v Captain. .. .- ,' '

*\ Naniple better.MAOUN ..
b: .' : : .\. .. \ '
; 04.. Jan.)1I.) 1$9. I
t tit j Mr. fiittlnytr:
l'lt'aHt'tI"nd my jwjM. to Macon. T i Leaders in
k i as that is my pot-oflUf.
This gentleman fails to sign his WILL OPEN JANUARY 2O, 1889.
to bis letter or to give his former i>ot> j ,:
: office alIJrt>AA. In changing addresses
i..iiop,r tivtt that tare n.l1Ifttlh1tuhl l> THE OCALA HOUSE. DRY
glyen apd '|be ojd) as isell.iu; the 11t thu best ami most GOOD
i (* l>o t-oli''. \Vw hairs| that our ubtuuntc
scrilieri will buar this in mind money, 1--
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th6,1' m\i .. ..tock. So pen>Ie ne .
, t not b"Yose afraid Piano 10 call just In! and retvived seethe at beautiful The: L'eading-, Hotel of the City And GeneralMerchandise

1 a Ocala Music House,from lt.r+tol1. ::
..._ RIGHT .
J' ''e t6=" ..:....- -AM*---=
,J\ iu AqW York.ilt \ .
/Tli sse 110W ;
p IJ.q\\\+I iJit J'll:1uau.: Ue isM can:! .. ..... -,- ,. .- --,
t lie' blind, and a "villl skeleton, weigh UNSU1U XSSETi tf APPOINTMENTS TO ANY IN THE STATE!
'c ing but ,0 pouml. I Its limits are so osaifleU of a trading place Tho De1inf)' Wagon in charge
that he ,U perfectly helpless, .'" f.' t .. . of Mr. J. M Lawson will call
all his body seems to be slowly : .t.nltlt' with I \ every morning early. Save
to}ffltl. ,. L.1 .... I 1 .:; ? r opdel16 rnd'sav? tie walk, to'toVtf.LANDJTITLES :
i //Nt n l tb4 TI'ark c1"p 1& to.., "
44', thTprtiencJ oTtb Biiftita Wa of hit abiolutilV Mend nHdtM. Thoroughly Repainted Inside\ .i and Out ,! d4lrmt! \ .' .
&LenlelofMihrauLee.wlaet jI -
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:, On(h'ei ntttvii VHrJ..'W 4outh Carolina A < I.t : ; ; Id II .
>} of.oounJrtU placed quaolliy vf toue ami Umber THOROUGHLY,
oa the railroad track tail at ht, alm !
U R 1
a.3 fy '
." vrwalac a.paawniiei! ___ i r -
) ') port-onioi, which has bn out of ,1 I :1 .);: .. : !
earda.V tbe ., \'i'en1eUl'e of all,pas In THE BEACON &
, t. CwahaiiL l,SQd. "talllUI. .. p4.uaaster' 1.BEAUTIFUL. '- .' I.":' AIJAMS
only a"""J.( - !
,f. : T. McGtll.aDoUHldlTln. I i I ,I. I "4 .:-.1 -4. t'
" ftS&SooUge. a1.d! }Jan n1t41d\ W ye+ the for the I J
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lr'ea York bu a case 01 1.e11ow : 20 GET
,Pheappsj, .He THE FACTS
> t\\1 Shoe Store T=win ArrtT TO : s : s L., M.. ,TMAYER,., .UAHAOKK.OCJLLA ... 1
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urolru."p. t : romti -
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>> ffflf.it
L __ County, .. LOIttA.kL ; .
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+ a Na JatQool died ysstwlay' r i '. .'. smu4a. "
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