The Ocala banner
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048734/00117
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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 15, 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
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lccn - sn 88074815
System ID: UF00048734:00117
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-------------- .. The representative Hoards" of Health - -
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which composed the cordon of counties Culled front Clio Columnii"of "Klo- I e

during the yellow: fever epidemic\ in certain dlila'M Great patty
portions of cnir State and consistingof CITY OKMCERS,
the| countiesof Alachua, Putnam, Lake The in State Jacksonville Farmers' Alliance. is in session I'Urk-K Mnjor-'l'r A.The Itnt'iMk",. I'._Gary .

r r Marion "Hunter and Orange, will meet today.Ixttta MI""hll-t"l K. }tall, '
> in Ocala. January. us the yueats of the the famous favorite actress, will (I'ollwtor-. I' i."n..AMCMOI ,
lie In Jacksonvillo\ tomorronl ht. / -I>. K: Mrl or.
Marion County Medical !Society and TrnwurtT. K. Snow dm1'rrctilrnt 9
Hoard of Health, after which by The* Savannah market U I glutted with \ (4 ('('Ul1rll--JIIO. V. fupn.
imitation of the St. John's County Board Florida uran es. Fruit (Is selling) cheap llonnl of Aliieniien! K_ iMinn KV.. >(tnow,
: J. T. UmnMcr, John A. Kowcll K. I L (toot, It.H.l1hh .
of Health, will go to:St. Augustine) to discuss Talk of changing the mode of making II. n, (iKiulIcr.. \ 1. lirt''Mmn.| W..U Mar.
and frame a hill for our coining I legNlators hall.\
the Presidential taunt ; but, (Congre I .
to enact into a I law as a I state thinks the old \\nil" good enough. Unitary lnsi|.rrtur-w', T. "''ng. ( E 155
f Board of Health measure. I During the COUNTY OFFICERS.Vmntjr Ii
stay of this distinguished body of medical The State Comptroller lejwts hundreds ( .'udgrilrh.M: Md'ouull,)"
of('Ou II tolllc't'I'M' bond because IftV-1,. A. limper.ShertlIt. .
) in \1tlZtt"'tin will bethejiuestsof 'i
men they of eerionsdefriti( mind irregularities.Hob / ; ... T. \\Illtame..Ae..ssnr .
Medical .

tieSt..lolm'sCounty -J t' Mmlivw
fcmfcS Society, I\lIoJ be quartered, at the inomparnble Sulrner's jewelry store at St. ('oHctorH. u runann. Cllro.
(' ) I'oncv de Leon .lugustimiewas rnbU-d last t night o r tOO Irvnuniv!--H K. |1'' |I test
lti iiASferx fii|rluifnili.-iii & Dr. (;.try hits kindly I extended an invitation in !guo-'n. No cine to the perjftrator.Mr. I'al ur. t.],'rnl"JoIt"lI.

to the lond" of the HVNNLR Ikl.: 1.. O\\ens. well\ known in (0..11'"lIll1blllf.nt'I'IIIt.. W. txnwV.. I',
f v who will be on hand t ti> ie|>ori time pro (kah114 a fit nor deputy\ ttmnty clerk I is 11110..1\Trmitlum a, M. H H"II F, K. "'rrtuT', Pll\ -

('ceilings ________ __ the Ill'1 ',,-1'nirni//; State t solicitor. I 1'he t'mnuty 'i.tninlioirr" ( ra >*l tie Irat( Noil-
Any lu inoniliwhoiri .
"II n I.d..Imip. to 'ern'h'r." Report ot Commli-hioncr of ]Internal evrrl! Hiwirit-K.; K': Hrrl, 'i, Wiuinmnu.. ,
ff__ /fr* ** d t" i PT"* Ue\cnuoMiH : New Dngiand: furnishesrum M. s. "''mo, r\ n .hniu I'. 1.. Irorhsle M
.Etlitt l)''ily I'amu'r. laid niisHioiinrii to civili/e and KI IKNI) 1 1.MM" mi,<,!> fli>t MniiJuy 1111'\ 'ry mouth. y

Ur'i1Ii Christianize the heathen of Africa. COUNTY BOARD Ol HHALTH, an
BILL OpnX .1 T OCALA, FLA., JAXrAJfY;.:{)lh, 1.\:1. bought the Orlando ticket 1'n'emdeut--Or, T. I1. Garr. y
from my office, with the distinct, 'understanding The' celebrated civil nnd liygenic en- si'i ntary-art. K n. Hfrhatddntt. .( it#
that there would! be no ;Monday( cineer, Hov\\\ its, of Hoston, will charge Mena 1 lIIt'r.-tlr. |II .\. .1'111I1111lItholl< )'. Mrwri.! 1;
Hide to PuMi-li In"AiUoeiUo..." moining train south, and he has know Jacksomilld f'OO( to go there and reporton } M.8. MtifH-rnml I' \11 Into.

BUDGET. OF HOME! ; NEWS Propositions to publish' the Florida ingly and willfully misrepresented the Pfveraite:: tlrainlngo i plumbing amid HOARD OF TRADE.t'.I.t'lItI. .
matter.In ventilation.Atlik'innii. F. Dunn
'. L. BITTING Ell.City' Kditor.Mrc. : Cla'i1tun.Idccaltbeohgau church of Hon.la, mihtniHpd of tho to Methodist the reference to I the Dr. !5nowcltn ticketIr. !< on tHe Jalliinoro! ( Ohio 5eereterr--Wm.Mn l'n"I.If'lIi-tl.Fox.A. Nentlier. P

-==:.- :.- .,--.-- --- Into ronlertw'. came fr"in Tallahassee, ) Hall Snowden, on inquiring the railroad > olerday f.lIo\\'l.oII1IK imagination Ifcwtril oft "+enmrs.1., I'. MHII, Jr., O. Khcluuor ;
.Iaksonville'l'anipa' "Sutiford; Arkannaw schedule to :McClenny, was informed failed to }perform his duty, and Jno. K. iMtnn J. IItUYlua"ton, ii. A.eathiTn .
!'. Mann, .( Iowa, the mother of that \\ Win K<.x amid K ,
and several other places Eight! hundred passenYers going on our monuntr caused" the collision: of I u height alldPII"c'lIc'r J
\1r. j. J. P.iokaw.\ Anthony, visiting i UUILDINO '
train would )be detained, nine hours, and LOAN ASSOCIA-
her daughter. and fifty dollaiH l was raised to su- train, resulting in the death of
lion the paper mil) tllrn..01'N to Dr.Anderson by our night train three hour. at t Hald- eight:: persoiiH' and the m\rioitN injuring! of llvtlili, 'nt-.(' H. \\TION.IlimrVlec w
win. ((1.11.1 not see this ticket, butt> l''
Mrs. Taylor and two H ms of Hlnnraini- its editor, to do a* he thought upKM others. I'rreltellt-SAL 1 IVliHirits "
best: I in a\\1m Ii n If contractMarlon I }[ ton, III., are the guests r>f ;Mr. Brokaw of If allY 1'1\'II<('IIlle-r was detain\I eighteen ircat, exC' h'IIIC'nt exists at PrattV Uoant of Mrnlon-J, T.:l-Hin-intor.. : hun Rte : :
Anthony, and are .prospecting!' for a placeto Count). Tobacco. hours it wa because of a delayed train. mltll'M.\la., over nn a"'''ault made by an iilicim) I I. UroHii, M_ Hwlicl, A. fc, iKiUmoxi 11. I). '.
ZHChaMa sod l K. A. JlUl'l'lr.1.OCALA .
locate. J. S. FRAZHK, unknown negro on :Mrs. Kellum\ and
A farmer of Flcniiiittton! brouuht to OCALA, Jan. 15. City Agent F. C. & I I'. the killing I of her little I toy. The assaulter RIFLES
Mr. C. C. Cal roll "mlnt.r commissioner town Saturday ilK( |KmndUln -ico. A. Niwh. .
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from Citrus county i i. in town making Marion county tobacco, and Bold it to The lliiptlNt State Convention. by his victim, and lynchem are awaiting. First! l.Ientrnant-IJetitoninf-r, !K.. t.1Villiama MH'unncllHtM'ond i
y arrangements for exhibit at the SemiTropical Torres for a good price. If our; formers her commands to hang) the wretch. Forty Wi'inlxTx.
r for his county. will only preserve and take care in curing Thin large and respectable body of FIRE
A carload in bulk Florida COMPANY.
the wend, it will become a very lar e Christian workers in our state will meet ''snhelandrusset {'blt'f-T. 11. I nonhler.,
Mr. I.. C. Cotton, of the Cove. Citrus paying crop. to-morrew in the Baptist". church in oranges arrived in I hiladelphialast KnrvuiNii"Maurl Itlivlnaiier.Klr n
county, and owner of one of the finest Orala. We trust that every family in week and the nou'lly of the tlll/p-| || 1I.'I..I"lIt-I| Volk.ftToiHl .
We feel confident iiieiit tensed them to sell at fair prices ftwlkUnt* W. U. Marshall
that mister
the who
is our
young orange >groves in Florida, in the city can lodge or feed a memberof srntary-J lit MtlMl.Twentyfive .
city on business.A county of Alachua, with her nuuHiiticentresources : thi convention will be {prompt in The ('oUlmil and wid.-a wake fear would bo risky to ship luu.inoik-:
progressive bhow'ing their gracious ood will toward HOOK AND LADDER COMPANY.
tramp asked a farmer for something to eat and thrifty farmers, can wake A showing the manv strangers who will flock hereon grown fruit.Powderly. I'redAent-Abram I'altutT.!
One day as he chanced there to stop. that will surprise theni"elveH\ and, this occasion by reporting to the com- aldrcwed the Knights' of 'or'lIIln-Wllkt \lt| >titi.Twrniy .

The And kind gave hearted him an ax fanner and went feelingly out: to the<1 : shed headed by the robust and healthy (;iod- mutes Captain Codero and Mr. I"aao tabor in Hinghnn'iton; New Jersey. on A..",tllut-umembers.LULUL.A\\'l'lI. Hh'hal'btou. ,

"Now Just help )ourhcllto a chop" less /If Liberty, is certain to sweep the Stevens. Our hospitality must not be National topictj yeMerday. He said that
.-tmlrrt Gaxtle. field and rapture} the coveted! prize.Nat stinted one of time original: four alleged foundersof LODGE, NO. aa, I. O. O. F,
(Meets. every Tuewlny evening.)
tilt order, had attempted to establisha "
W. W. Condon will bttiin to sell reserved Moore, the real estate rustler, of A Fair Wurnlnn to Our Young new order in Philadelphia/ and otlered W. II. ('hlllllll, N!(. .

seats Wednesday morning for the Leesbur/> who has an ad in the HANNEK, Lad Ice. to sell out the Older to him for 1100), and) W.All M vlnliliiK, J'hlllJi bniihcrnforillally, ./Hr Wilson minstrel performance of Friday reports that the first i issue of the |118IIt'r| that the same party had made sameuverture
One of our leading businessmen OCALA CHAPTER NO. R. A. M.
: voting 13,
night 'all around, time, as standingroom ) many bargains brought to John Wunamuker.Mr. .
him a customer from Detroit the commission i in in receipt of an elegant piece of (H'MnCliiit'UT, No 1,1: ft. A. M, Convocations +%
will be -- ---- -
at a \premium.The flrM
on his sale more than paying needlework from a young lady in Charles Gale; the ellicient and Monday nixlitlu every niouth..
II. H. r.
railroads have fixed rates for all the ex|'t-line of the year's ad. It paysto (Georgia, to I be exhibited at our "SVmi- popular F. S. U. U. agent at Foster Park, J. 8. Fa+rxa, Secretary.
opening, day" January 29, of the SemiTropical be represented in our columns. Tropical. This a gentle hint to our and I edittirof the matte Weir Jwlfpftuleiit,
at three cents per mile for the noble dames and fair daughters! to emulate mado the DAILY HANNKII a pleasant call
Mr. Geo. fceckendorf of New York. who the example placed before them I by
round trip or one and one half ci-nts to-ilay.
per mile. Long distances two to two is tarrying in our city, in a lover of the one of fiforiria's lovely daughters. __ _._ __ BUNThe & FOX
I'. It. Dukes will lot of fresh
andone laall'entocc'r( mile round I trip. fragrant! weed and a capital judge of a receive a l
f,' All honor to the liberality of tho Florida good cigar dro]>|>ed Into Torres and Wo Moiit Hf'MIJ'tf\III'.I\t'llnll'liIlI. oysters to-night t. 4
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railroads. sampled La Creola bund, purchased a The two Ocala dailies are t11)11IIIore
A from
family Sunday morning
box of 100( and sent them to his father
to attract attention from abroad, and! enkindle Illinois, bound for Dun) nel Ion, bag and -
Dudley W. Adams of fanierlne'I"., as a sample of what the thrifty Cuban life and energy at home than all baggage, to make it their future home.

President of the Florida Horticultural produces. other means put together. Ocala should ------- -
Past I
Society, was in town yentrrdav in conference Rev. F. E. feel proud,I of such efforts in her behalf, Dr. Harvey Knight of Bt'Il.vlewauel Holidays are
with the !Semi-Tropical authou- Phillips, of Micanopy, and should encourage these two enterprises Mr. Hrokaw of Anthony have our thanks .
ties in reference to the coming\ }bi-ennualsession late presiding elder of the late conference by every citizen subscribing to one for subHcrition to the DAILY MANNER.
of the American Pomologiral for Live Oak district, stopped or both, and thus aid them to KO (forward -- ----
SecSety to he held In Ocala, February, over to see our poxition building, so with renewed energy and more effective In JK8< WJ.OOO) Germans emigrated from
that he could aftaken Interest. TIII:: iiirNii IH OVER:
20,21 and 22."Uncle" some work-Daily 1'rrss.tnother .Fatherland chiefly to America, at
among the people. in hU new field oflabor. against 97,000( !In iHb"._

Jim Clarke returned from Liberal honor
Travel on the F. It. & N. i is gof>l. Time
Sumter county and says that of the numberless If the sand is not removed from the l>. C. Wharton "Smith, of Philadelphia, trains going) south are well filled. \\'u have settled down to strict burr
questions asked 1 him thfOwere railroad crowing, leading to the Exposition | Pa., and vice-prwident of the Ocala (-ompany -
about equally divided between lion J.F. grounds, a good-sized railroad accident has given Ifio( acres of good land in The Agricultural College! at Lake City iin-HH, uiul wo mean buHinow!

Dunn and the Seml-Tronlcal, and may be. looked for one of tllt'Heda's. Citrus county to the Semi-Tropical, worth is flourishing. In what .
when the D.tirv HASSKU with ;Mr. Dunn'sliberal The rail were literally imheded 1,000 cash. Remember this is not for wey.
donation for the best exhibit Ranted, _. .
in sand on I'nn ay. stock in the? company, but an out and --
was distribute.. they all cried out out gift. Who shall we namqas the cistern built For rpccificat s call at
with one accord," Well" I Dunn has clone The certificated Semi-Tropical block next benefactor to this commendable thu office oi R. L. Anderson, I plat.: } Call --We have u Largo Stock of -

done it thts time sure. are now ready for distribution, and and worthy enterprise before Thursday. l2d2t i

part Us can come forward and pay up in

lion. Henry W. Grady, the brilliant full. Funds are needed to finish \wilt The Mlui.lrcl Street l>ura Ie. The lied Grocery; Magnolift street, \I..* I
editor and eloquent young orator of detail, and we trust there Geo. Wilson's I Winter Dress Gooas
gilded! minstrels will the
buy groceric-H.
}placebo your
Georgia, has been invited by man be a prompt and unanimous response
agement of the Semi-Tropical l to make give a street |"rade Friday morning at II. ZAZAKIAS, Proprietor.
11:45: a. in. All invited to see the pro d SldeohnR. --
the opening address. The invitationwas Colonel S]>oor, of Illinois, is tarrying at cession, forty strong. --- ----- -
extended January 7th. and up to the .Montezuiua. lie is a railroad contractor Such aw I Flannel, Cahhinerc0rIouHettan .
has been received. We E.: YO.VOI: & C).. The Ocala Plum-

date trust no however response, our |people will have the of business many years man, and experience has come, a cueceshfu to- this Captain morning Richardson to take and their family residenceon left hers "all and examine their fine stork ,. AlbctroH, etc., col01 l. .

pleasure of listening: to ono whose fame Florida to investigate and then invest. their HomaKaswa up homestead. Whilewe ( and d 3ldecltn ret good work at reasonable prices. 'wI nUll black.

u aside as our Continent. all the .
regret genial; Captain and his -- --
The grading of loath street to Ex position amiable wife's absence shall
anxiously The
we ; Place to Make Your Selections
)Ir. John F. Dunn's magnificent gift grounds, goes bravely on under look for their return in a few -Wo will otIVr these goods-
of the thousand dollar premium ban been the efficient management of Mr. Jtw. T. months. Courtney the' dapper market, man, has .
supplemented by Mr. I). C. W. Smith, of Lancaster, who save that the work shall I the finest of Chicago corn-fed beef and .
Philadelphia who U identified fully be completed by the Sfith. The readers of the DAILY IAaNxa are mutton. Excellent; corned beef and JFU 1Il 'a"1W1m WAYS

with Ocala'a Interests( lie lias donated requested to read Mr. Urokaw's nursery head cheese that all buy. Dressed turkeys

to the Semi-Tropical. One hundred and The first cabbage of the season WM ac'd in to-day' iwue. Never purchaseany In abundance, and you all want one of

sixty acres of Hot-class land in Citrus brought into Ocala by Mr Jas. A.'Albes- article away from home that can be of them Regardless of Cost !
county contiguous to the S. S. O. A G. It. ton, one of the leading men in the or had at your doors equally reasonable in

and valued at sixteen hundred dollars ange-growirig Interest on South Lake price, ____ ____ _

Weir.le.i8ra.. The Clyde Steamship Com|:any have I I. J. BROKAW, -To close out and get ready for- ,
Mr. Jam Armstrong, of Center Hill, reduced the rate on orange to It<*Uii
an old time wholesale dry goods nwr- ) II. W. Lung Wni. Fx and T. and NeV York From JackM>nrille to -1-i|

chant of New York well known in the 11. Whitfleld will\ attend the Stale con New York it i.only 25<*BUr*>r box, and OUIt HIMIINQ TJIADIL
North and Wt'.Iano who has an elegant vention Mu*Jo. that convene* In an 30 centa to Philadelphia and ik ton. THE MARION COUTY KURSKKVilAN. .

grove and farm in Sumter countv is coal aetMlon'at Jacksonville today.Mr. : "
stopping at the MonUsznma. 31r. Arm El For homes, orange groves, vegetable \Ve will pottitively) 5441 tllfMO goods
, strong and secretary Clarke were. both Modelo Sigo cigar Meytr factory, proprietor Jacksonville of, wan farm, grove and vineyard the ,fait.B.llnlew I / off at what we can get for them '
Itailroad ,
t In basins two doors on the F. It. A X
the mercantile New in town on Monday and visited the Ex. ten mile lOath of Oala. OFFICES TO TUB PUIUJO A FINK LIKE and the first to select will
Place dwjalfitf
from each other in .
position building and said it was a "jim OF have the benefit of the
York, aDd have not mat before In 32great 9U&BEKY BTOCK-OKAPKYJMCBA :

year Mr, Armstrong expresses dandy. Torn trade U M active for cigan; : SPCIAUTY.djan52m Large Variety.-
satisfaction without Exposition building The Pacific cowl i* to fur a new that be had to emn' H two extra cigar ,
and will send up a' portion of bit forty navy-yard, and to I U the Golf coaaL New makers this moor ,* keep even with -1-I .

acres! of cabbage Orleans aspect to capture the Utter thrush lot them ADOUM. Anthony FU. '1ThNJA.MIN ; FO +

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u -IF yor WAST uoow!! IK THE-
Mllllonalrri liollillnic Winter We Have Plenty Like This. Even Editor Can't do Without It.

OCALA DAILY BANNER I Home In the Booth. New You, Jan. 11, 1889. BatNeT, Fm-A., Jan. 11,1SS9.To DrugLine -

One of the Vand, ..rbailUha- por'Iased J/r. C. L Rdtmyrr. Dear Sir the E>ltor of the Banner:
.; F. E. HARRIS Editor. .. ;' tract of several thooMnd acre of land the Lnj Cwnty Timft and '
: I am so mnf'fJoI.a! with the Bun -0Tlll -
ear Asheville] ,1C., Mr. Pierre" t/>rillaril I that I consider, it an Ind'llpenaible retired to the ranks of common mortals

OCALA, FLA. JANUARY IS, 1M9.s has fallt-n.ln low with I the Pal nec** ity-therefore ,I desire to renew aimin'and as the BANNER i is a necessity : PLACE TO KIND THEM
rnetto State where he ha visited this. I : for
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my sulj winter and expects to buy several hundred Your.
one dollar. As DREW J. KING, : one year's subscription.!
acres!!!. and will jx-nd hU 169. Varick Street, >. Y.Imf..t J. M. B.'Rto. DR. DELOUEST,

I winters and enjoy hlnxv-lf in outdoor I sold toV.. L. Whit.ield, formerly of \Vr SIDE SUCARE.

aorta-raeinr.shootin; ,{ and fishing. A .\ up to Ocala.It Once a Week at Live Oak. J. M. B. -( T
of >althv have purchased a I I l i i FLOIUDA
|arty w men OCALA I
I is only fourteen months. since. the
whole island Brunswick, and ,
near are Sm 81.
first settlement was made in Gla'lstone. The Battle for Empire Mthii Goes on.

i stocking: It with game and expect( to Mich. Toila it has 2,0(1) Inhabitants. The South is the place for the ruanuacturer ,I ,
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ad ill'*. They ---- --
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make it
a val the principal streets are pared with because there he is nearer to
I hate erected a superb boat hone upon itand cedar blocks, there is a Town Hall, eleo the raw material and has around hi "- anew & CO.
411I yacht ramp will "bamon2tfie winter and ever growing market for his S. R. BIRDSEY < ,
Inc light plant, five churches', two banks ,
pleasure*. Andrew Carneyie'a brother product ; it i U the place fur the capitalist.ecause
and other concomitants that make abut the opportunities for safe andprofitable
bought the old Dun, ennew place,famoua >
- ---- --------- ----- lI..sr, thriving town. investment armsuch as cannot -0Wholesale-
{. Another valuable coal deposit ha been as the burial: place of Light Hone Harry be found anywhere else; it is the place Retail

discovered near Centerville, Dakota. Lee, Fernandina, and built upon it a The Influence of a Good Govern for the merchant because the rapid &

.---- t:'(IJrJJO palace, and had it fitted up for a ment. increase In population and in wealth -DEALERS ISHanlware --
+,. There are nine cabieu connecting winter home, but ha since died. creates a constantly increasing demand)
United States Minister Strauss has induced for merchandise offtery sort ; it I is the
Europe and America, which utilize 113 The severe winters in HIP North will i the Sultan of Turkey to allow the place for the farmer, because the same AT

000 mlle .ur cable. drive thtwe wealthy men to our shores to explorers sent out by the University! of causes provide a continually growing I1 C ( Groceries

peek the ozone of oir sun-warmed win Pennsylvania to excavate in the ruins of market for all the products of the farm

The J. T. tit K. \V. will issue' a new ters and will buy and build luxurious ancient Babylon for two years. This and garden.-Jlaufacturer's Record.: -0-

folder ehortly on which wHI be the latent homek here. The South holds the key to favor has been vainly sought for by
correct of Florida. Attention, Ocala Rifle. OCALA, i I I I FLOIID.1am
,; map Empire. It will in a few years rival representatives of European 81WAT
lowers. You are ordered to attend the regular
Italy in the zenith of her splendor.
; Judge Cooley's able address at.. Boston "Florida All Right" meeting) of the company to be held at

on Tuesday night against railroad pools The richest man in Boston: is Montgomery A Washington dispatch under date of the Armory, Thursday January 17th,

baa won for him the title of "Anti- &>an. His father began life in 11th In the of 18.49 at 7:30: p. m. By order of -
January says : opinion Nash
r Pooley-Cooley." the "(hub" without lIe saved G. ,
6 R. a penny. tile marine hopital bureau, travel maybe
his earning" tjt a laborer until he had resumed the Captain
throughout state of -
., South Carolina in in a bad way. Her accumulated enough money to start a Florida. An inspection of service will TRAVELER'S GUIDE.

f mall politician, who are legion, are small grocery businww and then he putevery be maintained, and in case of any appearance F

affected withiuflammatory [lolilicti. It in dollar of hU profits In real estate ol fever the public will be I Schedule of the S. S, O. & G. R R. M FisfleI'sCan

imply awful and South Carolina U to be in the suburbs of Lkwton. He had notified. I Leave Ocala 7.15 A. ]I.

pllie4l, ,- reached middle age before he had got ---- Homotxuu.................................. 4.15 P. M.
----- .. .- fairly started inbuiiiiHtiand did not live Everything ha UN Uses.A F. C. rt P. R. R. (Old F. R. &: N. Line.)
Bose fJlul"eI'h01n' the good sense Schedule.
to be a very old man, and yet w hen he dog is' employed) to guard the mail
r running in the Cleveland fkiiily by determining SOUTH BorHD.Pawenirer .
) I died ielft his, win the princely fortune lags at the po'toifice at Allentown, Pa. be found one of the
arrive in Ocala p. M.
her winters in FIo-
t<> spend o" ,f"jOIlO., > his! son continued in the The bageareflelessilelon the : .. 2.16: A.5.:
'rida. It would not be a bad idea (or Freight ....................'Lc .r. 31.
real rotate investment business and has and the dog watt-hen them till the proper .
? Grover to do Elizabeth has resolved NORTH BOVDB.Passenger
a largely added to the fortune his father person removes them. No one else dares arrives In Oc l .. 9.07 A. )I. Best assorted selected and
1 on doing -. ., .. .........11.10 P. )I. ,
left him. life and business methods "
The meddle with
---- them. Freight .................. U5 A. )1.
John L. Sullivan and Jake Kilrain of the Boston Sears, should teach a less JOHN S. FRIZES,

have signed) an agr-ement to fight on on to the young bunimmen of Ocala.Ocala's At Toronto pliymdan recently re- t'p Town Ticket Agent.

July 8th,within 200 mile*of New Orleans, [>ro jiectH arc j:
dollar invested in real estate within eight inches in length and one inch in MOTH BOCSD.PMnenger .
aside( and the I'olict Gazette or
110,000 arrive In Ocala..........,.......- 1.55 p. M.
diamond belt, representing the championship without her corporate limits, will double, diameter. She had been treated for various ;. ,.. .j... 6.05 p. M.

of the world. threbleand) qnHdriiple itself in a little diseases and suffering) great pain Freight! :. ....12.05A.M.9.50: A.: M.: Stock of ifry Goods

while Buy w hile the {prices are low and for years. -_ NORTH BOUND.enrei .
if make mitake the damages ------ -- -- -- Pa arrives in Oral... 7.15.,M.
Judge E. M. West Tallahassee ha you a charge 1st otUfi'le connti'1 temcmbfr thnl lion. .. .' .. .-.:.....12: :'Op. r.Freight .
held commission under I to ns, and if you pet rich remember :' :: .50 A. M. in the City.
every governor John F: Ihtnn. Ire,i r' since Florida became a State, beginningwith that it h a part of the BAXNEK'H mission
I IS'irtk. ojrlrsO u a rank jrrizt d 31 dcc 4 m
Governor W. D. Mosely and ending ary work to make iU readers proHtK-rouM to the if/unty makiiythe best continuing dit- MARKET REPORT.

,; XL;. with Governor 1:. A. Perry. His drat I and happy. play at WIT Kxjir tll'wn. COTIIJH't llfl (coun Florida round steak (hind quarter)............ 10(>.

7 oommliMion wan. daUd January. 5, 181(1.t Circuit-Court-Cull-in- K titl to select thr judges, and Marion county .. (hind"quarter" ) (fore, quarter) ..(6 U:!hOc.Pork ( .

.----- -- Mr.: Hu rh I';. Miller of the llelltrt'a.llaw'ers nut to be inrludfil in die content. (forequarter) :
The Savannah A'wt wisely suggests > one Northern mutton 2"W! .
-- --- --- Florida iic.'
in the State of Florida, and
that when winUThils the State further to WatCIlItaQ
More on the Maine Subject.niryram. Northern round teak: Vie.i.nlu .
.i3 r; the North of UM they will wish they were without a IIt'N at the Ocala bar, on l'hwd"Jrhia and Surloln ............. :J"c.
lotf'i Head cheese 'oc.
in Florida. It is the wise man that |*,inUtof law occupied\ the attention of Bologna ............ Iftc.
Another tine lot of facts an,1.
ham I'- I
Sliced *
carrier his umbrella in dry weather the court and jury fur three (hour Monday are quoted in our news columns! to-day Pig feet ... ...... lipe.Saugage .
afternoon in mont eloquently ............10aOc i 2,2; !JTD252J: 0)2"
pre the
Theca tftwl {people of the North had pliowinsr the mar -h of South towards Eggs leer( dozen) ............ $>c. !: 2'A !!1 tI
better come to Florida before the blizzard renting) the strong points and Irrefutably industrial independence. To every patriotic
strike : pleading the cause of his client, (ireLHv.Ilo.lee citiren these facts! are agreeable,
f / them. An ounce of prevention in !. Indeed, and I our Southern friends may P. GARY, M. t ,
4 worth a pound! of cure. ; \ after which the. court adjourned rent a Mire
? ----- tlll'u o'clock this morning, when in their, prosperity| and stand ready to PHYSICIAN AND URGEOX.Rooms Complete Stock ofGents'

The Preflidont'a writing leek is made the learned and able states attorney, W. promote it in every )possible way Let ---
II.11'iglt, took the for the state I II the pood I work go on, and to this end
I up cause & '
o/Oflk from the British ship Resolute information concerning the rellOur't'Sallli Agnew Uary'i Block OCALA.

r; which WM r(' I'taAit in the Artlc Ocean I and aptly quoted' many authorities from adaptabilities of the South is. welcome lKuei.Twenty-Mven. year dMaitim*' eiperience: In JnulO.nly F'orlda Furnishing
thoroughly: rebuilt; by the United State Maine to Texas, defending the right of from any source. An interesting
Jessie A. 1farto1to demand the with contribution the subject id a
Government and Kent In Kngland.: The upon; paper
r' by a writer in the }Forum the salient Goods.ItKAOV
drawal of hedge from his premises' using SHAW & WALLACE
took out of
British Government tome points of which are given in another col* .
the oak In the original( framework of the force is necessary to compel him to lumn. With a true knowledge of the i

rf ship and had a superb desk made, which leave, and being shot. down by Hodge opportunities that await them in this so

all the Presidents of the United States for it, it In no way could be constructed long( undeveloped section of our (country Contractors--; JIADE
act of self defense his but and the wiping out sectional prejudicesmillions
r s' aa an on part,
have used *lnce. of hardy and enterprising men
by all the authorities, ax deliberate and and from the Northern
from the Old World =
The New York } Exchange Women's cold!-bluollesl murder. and Western states will make home ==an d- CLOTHINGTailoring
a in the sunny South during the next
work began 10 years ago with 30 articles 1'nJCIIIII HIM. American Dancing. twenty years, ROll the transfer of {potwlation -
for sale. Lost year the return in the A foreign correspondent notes the difference will be a great thing for the He Builders ,

cake and preserve department alone was between an English: and an American public. ___ Department Unexcelled
11000. Theezehangesells for women girl In dancing.. The American girl We have the Same System In Florida OCALA, : : : FLORIDA In Fits and Prices. I
now more than half a million( dollar'sworth excitable
is dtlC3lo1m
is a nervous creaturo. She as Did to think of the
you ever stop
of things made by them. The J.llStu .
as a thoroughbred When she altttirdity of our present tax system ? A I
quality of work received lULl improved dances her eye sparkles| her cheek man bud's a piece of land. As long as he GO TO STOW ARD'S

00: ,that a much larger proportion U flushes, her face is lighted and every will\ neither use it nor let anybody else
) than formerly. up use I ic tie pays but little tax. But let him Store FOR XIKMT-CLAHrt PLVMBIXOl r r1
saleable I Is at tension in the thrill of music
y nerye go to work and open up a farm, and Palace DragWHOLESALE
c and motion. The English girl, on the con along comes the aAAt'tIKor and says to him : !2! I -
Talmo' o'a sermon last Sunday was on trary, does not alter her amiable torpidity How much land have you plowed Foal Kwo
"Sunday as a day of rest. lie declared in the least. She doe not smile. She How much fence have you built How ATEKCE : : : MOHTUTIIA: BLOCK
much grain have raised? How much Oppoaltt
that who do business on Sunday you ebodlaChurch..
nun ia ad grave as ever. She turns solemnly is your house worth How much did \-
" A 'fail-that a moral or financial defalcation around, without a vestige of abandon your barn coat? How many cattle and 41m2

,:I was in store for Sunday toiler The She does not dance but trots horses have you?" And for every stroke I ,
,n DAILY BANNCB dcea not fall under the of work the man has done the assessor I -ANDRetail -: J.VS. T.
t .gl-eat.preacher's, propb esy. Six day it U James G. Blaine, jr.. has entered the fines him.-TVford, Da*., Time Drugs ,

., ic published but rest on the teventh and all Maine Central Locomotive( Car Worksas II. I ,

y its printer rest,and the strangers(trsmpy an apprentice Young Blaine dw Must Pall a Peg or Two. -0-: LEADING REAL EHTATE

r ', printers) that'abide with Jt.L well. He will find W annoyances and The Florida orange crop is estimated' at -ALL XLXM Of- DEALER.

disappointment than his father found 3,000,000 boxes, more than double the OILS, STATIONERY TOILET -1-
ti t Bill Nye bin Washington and thinks product of any previous year. Each box : OCALA..
In the
path' syof.olUlz. bold on an average 150 oranges, which -AND-1 I FLORIDA
\ thai the CongrtuioncH, Record la a literary will be a ton for every person in the
,. ',%k treasure to the American people, and The Levy County mimes warmly indorse United States.-& F. Merchant. FANCY ARTICLESIn dtl4

-'; tLat thia rear jt. pill"poi| lo" all other lion D, 1IN Yancey, pf Lake That ia a cartons error (QI"IO' accUrate GEORGE McKAY
4 <. jean. Among other attractions he says County, for the President'. of the Senate, a paper aa the Merchant to make. Ass Complete Stock! I IW ARCHITECT ,

'" that an ex-0enator from Florida, will Judge Yoncey is eminently qualified, box of orange' weight about 65 pound AND UUILDER
f three --0--
trifle pound
it would give a over
write a thrilling ehaple/ 2,600 words and a Democrat of sterlingcharacter. United States DEBIQ5S AND ttlTIMATES
,, to each person the, ; '
aou-bq, brands .
handle the fined of etga rI.Bea4ql&l1ell1or
', on the q e.tlon".ta Marriage a ]failure.\ ." very different ao'ai5 fr<}m a, ton. Or I! wall"aper and Garden Sead -Furahho4 0" .A I4le&Uoa_
;Jlr.NydoejJ' the" Florida ex-aenator anT The Penarlous Should. ifo There.A the average la 150 elranges in each box: QOrri
lint then each person 'would get about 7} WBIOUT &It TBA.ZKB, '
tt Cal pbt.ba4rttle the can hire house in( : -allODcw
Injustice man a Japan, keep in' a whole year. Guess the r I i Onnrt silt ,lath
oranges IlL
want of i itp witli'Wnlch Senator Jones two servants. and live on the tat of the orange budneea w'J not be Overdone tor MJiuo 4cia* : j t t ir 0ci+i1.. a, : OCAt.A FLORIDA.imtl.

,Maw's ball too familiar.I l land, all for a little over f 20 a month. some time.-CnIi/dJ '
'.- .. .11..1. ?.-, y u/-J I ; Ll .. ..ti _...,. .... _1 .

"'Ut. } "J.j''' ttte only s h J: More .,t OCA.LA __0,0..t .=. -:. : tiFJORIDA: .e:-

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ithx1cil-1 r+ \>-l\ o.t- r
nr J tin 'tom o \. \ -l.. .'
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;:ANDS: ,

emi-TropicalExposition fThis dyf


Exposition, incorporated under the laws of tho State of Florida, will open at--

cm Him coin Y, F FLORIDA, JANUARY 2 I 9tIi ; '188 ,

CLOSE MAY FIRST 1889. : 4it k

1 at
This will be an Exposition of Pomological, Horticultural and Agricultural products of Florida, and her !"oils. thither woods minerals and live ntock, and in addition articles
_id products of general interest from all States and countries. Entry is open to the worM for the display} of its products. No charge for entries nor ; space for the pioduttn or ;'
anufactures of Florida. '
The United States Experimental Station for improvement and development of productliudi! t'lIou to this Motion has been located contiguous to our exposition' : grounds.JfeaTWe .
invite exhibits of all descriptions, particularly those pertaining to the arts, mechanics) and agriculture guaranteeing uniform eouitesj to all exhibitors.

CASH PREMIUM LIST, $2,600. r .


EORGE W. WILSON, President.'M.. I
C. W. CAMPBELL, SR., General Manager G. S. MAYO, Treasurer J. O. CLA1K'Secretary. :
t the

''Iorchaiits'' National! Bank{ i mnc Fits! National Bank I Alli-1 Monopoly-Till:--1 Drag M


---OF OCALA==_= ala, Florida -ANISEED ). -
I = o4 NO. 3470._ >>_ ,
--'NO. 3815.

--iL -H- No Second Place '

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APITAL STOCK sr oooo.oo -- ;-

IUKPLUS, jj.ooo.ooO.1 Paid Up Capital, L ; J Authorized Capital, I OP' STOCK' ..

$50,000. I $150,000.
orricnusj Quality of Goods and Low Prices! Iy I
h.1S'.tIYK1V,1're.: ga tV IL l'/17C11S'.I'rae
F DUNS, Prtfidt .. ....
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DisMtKKrt, }lee-President. n.L .r.uy..YN N. M +
E. P. !: -
B. B. McCovNELL' Ac1i2g!-Caehier =t(=F GOODS .lOllIUUH lLocated r ,
1 ,' 'nO
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Being now established in our new and levant rank building are prepared to guar
-( neat door to Flnt Jfatloual lIank.-.
Utt taiitfaciion to all.
General Banking Inuiwtt trantacled. Exchange bought and sold A. :MCINTYI. CA-CIJIEn.; ::: f 2m Il4

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SURPLUS 7,000.00 -A COMPLETE: LINE-i-::: w


One of the finest and U-Ht equipped. } banking; IIOHHHS in the State OUIUH! by tins -OKHARDWARE-
bank. We have etial faciliti for tuokin CVillectiooH all amwHhlH,
JNO. F.DUNN, E.P.DI8MUKES, % sl| :: on points.
J.A. J.INSTEIN; "'e will extend every uourteHy and favor to our .otlInf04 ct: li asiMenp with wife
CIIAS.HARVEY RIIEISAUER KNIGHT, WM. ANDERSON, oankln,and shall give prompt and l artful attention tu nil business tntriiHtto us ,
J.C.FERINE, L)[. THAYER, We ollolt your BANK ACCOUNT and all business In our line, and
guarantee entire satisfaction.

: Importer & Trad on* National Hank: New York, N. Y.; ,

\ational Park Bank of New York. Mavenct Aational Bank of Boston. outbern Bank of Georgia Savannah.
1 Rational 'Bank of Savannah Qrorgia.ercantiU -AT-
\ Banking Company, Atlanta. Louwdle Banking Company.LowtwUe, Ky. r t&i Special Correspondents in all important citiew in the WeMt.WEIHE .

nwlO-89( deed A. E. DELOUST.



Gala :Jews.pePauLARGEST -LXAD0 IN T.rWatuh .-- New\ Jewelry\\ Store C. F. BREWER & CO.HEADQUARTERS "

Finest Livery in the City Shines replete with, everything In
his line. Call and examine I
: -<>- I O1ok k Jew for yourself.Strings
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( for Musical Instruments a
LEADING SALES STABLE. Specialty. ---res-
STOCK ImblMRS. All Work 011.repair .!(hart md Watches

-AND- .LINE dic314m Rh !lnauer'. Old stand. PIANO'S'Musical ii'AYD

we t [1I .
DIXT18T8.MoipMd --- -
( )'0 # r...; .,b"Cpa) 'I"tih' .;g iI..SpacH1ty.( S I*-
any Awn la Soqtbwn Florid Bare the mod 1aia4w.p I".nifbest '
denUl room In' taws of florid
--0-1 both members of the firm thoroughly m red, -0Locum .Instruments 'J I
|DODD ISRAEL, OCALA FtA. profe iooUr. The public rwpotlnll7 UrlMd 10
i : 10 011 ( than office Iw roots 1*ad t, fair tart imfwoDw p,Tun* Comm
tatt-M 'taw! Y min ffitlod!B&k PnM>"fJ CC1 -( 0V WctT Sins or S4cAUfhnfl.BA)- frroac' AM Low Pi 1j Jo3ia oc:&yf&t; In n<8

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10 ten LI pet UM.Subscription. .V
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For farther Information appir" a& offie 0rlddre.l :

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a rr ti bwltnf'M U&a""er.

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Ocala'a Growth for 1888.
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'1 ; The t"l1"'lrlj( r>]eii<)xl; nhowin of the t 60c
" 4 s growth of Orate for the yar ISVi' wblch //tJ I t I : q 4 y [ 4 .
L '
..14s'; we ,air U 04., readers on New \8r'8 i '.. ,. .. ,
; dayf anlj l for whith we are indebted to l I : tf '

311.1 Nathans! in worth "'j>rodu ia/.arid J I !

V* which ,.e do lor th.:1atrlsa\ \ *s of (correct- :

.. InS any marcuraViwi thai may In found ',
: '. il
'. ,ie.
in It. If any iiin'Turaa n heir been '" 1' l.
'' made or improvementotnitt "l, we ") .). I '. .
j 11101' that they Hill he )>ol"U- out to tt1 '
4S 4
as the arti<'k> will appear in a |*mphlutwhlrli I l :ctJ

{ t mu have in preparation and thoBtatejncnU

r k t:. of which. we want 1') hate
'. accurate:
1 ..
I Orata Water Works..._,...... ....._........rfl10nInt.
.r.4 t>m1.T''J cal Iapltk/n.... /JU10: trlS rr ..
., Ocala HUUM Iraprovutrnt.Y.. .,rjAfI) V, .. liiif
fi Jbnb.nla': NaLlfmat hank..........Y.Y.... 1e/q (1' : 5' '
V. A.M III"r........,........._... 1p IA) 05' J
M ; Btrwt l..yl"hJl''yemenLl..H..H.. 81111 uli
; t
; C. kblnalJe i 1I"'m... 16111 IJ) t :,< ;2
i S ;... CSt, M.rkt...,...................................... t.',.) (1) ; .!01 ? ,
W. C. left"'rlh.-....... 6.'"'"' (n t t 't ;
Klectric Light Co: ................... 9'J" 0" !
l,. It. I'. Thorojmrin............-._....... 11..1' 'JOS.fcoo #
I>A Miller,ree14);;e..?......._.. ) or' 4'
,' ft. J.. Aixlenon real fence..................... arl1O 110 g -I
} 1.r .8. n lydeeT '1'tI1'tnc.......................... 2tarl HI)
r I Ire. Ileloae.t. re.Idence.Y.._.....H..H IS/dl I (0)Wm.
Pot, fnI4enc..H._.._ 3;"" of ;
II C. W. Mrolth thus rwl Jenc ii._..._ 7.Itfll1,
Colored drool bull: .Lng.?.........?.....>?.. 6.1)1'100)
I Jr. MfiMy rwl T. W. MMT!*, r\*i IfI"> fTI'if.
r- UlHMiler, renMenco........._...... 2,'< .......... j .-
II. w.(:h.o I, Yonge IIrOll...._...... .M.........YY.............. 2,1)01" Ill { 1' '
; r; K. W. Alnew.lml'l'Oyementa..__.......... 2.(110I10 : I': ''' .. .,., I .. .
,4r I'. E. Mcl..er..._._.._......M._........... I,'** ')(, ;. ) .. 1. 'j' \. : I ,
? E. U Boot.._ *._-....-.._r_......... .MiO (in '. I, ) \ ,
C. B, (;al.! ........ .u..._..._.._......... 11.1(1)' ( 011E' .U,
y J. W. Nee. rt-.h.l< S I, JlerlJe& Anderlan.._............................ 1/"( ) 00 1
R. E. \\.tbl.'l1..... ...._..,..*....._.......... 1.11I.' I" .
F. C. W, \ViJUm\ ............_....._.......... 1.r .' Ij < ,
J, O. Keardoti Improvement................. I,'**) WICOIKI
S 1 i t Ci./ Drewer.--........ v i
it r + K.b1Krcer.Y...?_.....-...............-. l.ono no np t
'. Eplwx: >l>.l Church.. ................... ......... /,010(1), (
t + W. C Je'erd.! .............................. ..... 1,2110 110) p
I ? Bullock & Da,.U.................................... l;510 110 ;
1 W, II,,.h..U1e.........Y.1./.............,......... 1.I\II'IOf\ )
; Kay. Bullock.................._.................. 1,10)11( ti 00I
1/r. J. C. l.ertn8..H... 2r.oll'0' '
yr,,. *. tr Jobn lx Ollhlf...-_.-.._............._.......... 1,7n, (qUonterums 5''
t ..nrovemeuta./.Y.. .. 1,1011110r 3
14. N.'LIUI.......,_.._............................ IIIMIIOG. ;
r )! 8. tcoo.&................_......_.............1... 14011011C. :.1:
9, ,,4 kbtnesuertwoooU.gti................... I 01)110 ; r;.
ti 'OU.Or"-.......:......... 71.1 00 :" i
J Col. I{. Badger................04................... 71"( 00 .
!I' F. O. horntou...__............................... too 11IIUn .. : .. .. ...{MI.',....'.. ,..\illf-:t ; .
15r U. W. Vartln, mldeiK....,.._..._. 1o .$ -

St Total-. ............_...._..._..........I.'tI.101' '10 ." .4... ',' _.ff'..:.'.T',l'.T." -.:'....L,"' .'..'','.,,; .:".''''''' "
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r' Fire I O HI cor. Elected' << boll: iLeaders

.?. r,. At an elwlidii of otllivrn/ for Marion &
3')+ Steam; Firs' J'n: lns' CunpanyNo. 1. 11t'111
w January U, 1&19 the follow'inr; ollil'crt/ .
( elected for the ending January ) ( ) IJ' "r
.t ; l weru year ; i n f X .J'
i :. 1, 181Xt Morris Uhcinauvr! Koretuati ; -
IAml.01 First aHhixtant forvman ;
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I p, (ilaryHtiaeka; t+ceuntl MlIIIlMtant (urlwP in
man ; A, t:. Dwlonwt, Treasurer Jo. II.MalMt 1
t-rHary ; U. I, Yonvo First -i. WILL OPEN JANUARY 20, 1881)>> :
+ Y t.l *-man; U. .:. \: Ollll ,toM.Hloti'lil.Uarnrtt I pll't'I-rnall; RIG HT J JIII
R ; rJr First awmtant 111'4'-10811|| ; F.

;S 4 + (J. Weihe M. MacKay, Hwond, UVlhuandOnvnH aH.ii Uint jtipcvman.MIMV wt>ro. : THE OCALA HOUSE. DRY Y GOODSAnd

" 'r appointed Unatue a 0111 0 litttT.. 1) l neokinj; to got the bent and must

Lanctuittir, wax rcoonmiendtHt to the for I
jour looneyI1lIT ,
chief or
.t' council for t"'lpClllltJUO/lt 8M
.,' + the the de|>artin nt.
,Z, JOM. II. M.u.LE1T -
1, ; .' ___ t't'crutary. The'Reading Hotel of the City GeneralMerchandise

? \ ;', >Ve found the following card and a

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