The Ocala banner
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Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala daily banner
Daily banner
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Banner Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Ocala Marion County Fla
Creation Date: January 16, 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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System ID: UF00048734:00118
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,THE tLOKWA lyTEKXATlOSAL AND SEMI-TROPICAL EXPOSITION Why the Discrimination 7 South Lake Wclr, Jotting. CITY & COUNTY

u_ ._ Smoking is forbidden in the Courtroom Our Rebuilt Correspondence. DIRECTORY.CITY I

while the nausea and filthy habit Mr.:'H. ICiller has boiiKht of A. Wohl, .
and freedom of squirting tobacco juice in lake and i is
fourteen acres of front havingthe OFFICERS,
copious quantities all over everything,
name cleared. Ma'n-I1r i ho*. I'. Nary.
not in the least slighting the spittoons, m CUrkA.I IlnlUwk. 1 j
permitted ad libitum. Last Saturday night Mr. Oscar Shogren and his sons, Oscar, Mar"hal-C. E. Hall.: I ,
when Mr. Burford addressed the jury in Jonathan and) Olaf, are at work on theExposition ('ollt''tll'-F. I*, (imlimn.AUKTJWOI .
-I>. E. :Mclvcr.TrfMunr >
: building at Ocala.R. .
the Hodge case and the court-room wan -R. R. t>no den. I '
-,-4..t crowded, the odor arising from the K.: McMahan, who is filling! con- I'rt'iliUnt of Cenuell-Inn. F funn. tM
spittoons and the flavor of tobacco juiceas tract for a job of masonry at 'itra, has' ,HTMT\\ of AWenncn K. linen, K.; W. Agnew
J T. I.anrs.tcr..john A. Rnwrll. F.1* R x>t, ".0. #
it urone from the door was" sickening.The been ending| a few days with his family Smith II. VV., (chandler I. Urowu and 11'. U. Mar f
Iiii grand jury say many reforms are here. thall !1
needed in Marion county, but none to a The following guests are registered) at Hoary Inqctor-.W. T. King,

greater extent than the cleaningof the Amoskoht'gaii House,, : Mr.) John .\. COUNTY. OFFICERS, a'
the Augean stables, the court-room, Wee ton. Logan, Iowa ; Mrs Anion Smith, C'ountvJ'lprk-lt.County JiMm< -Ulcliftitt A. Miller MrConathr., Mar

from the contaminating and injurious Logan, town ; Mrs Elizabeth BaTdeston, hull"-" -.;. \MllUiui.. ,
effect to health ofa promiscuous and Unrestrained Philadelphia) Pa. Mr. George W. Cury .'_. MOr-J (', Nalht'1I,
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( (llIt'Ctor-Jl, T anniann, Cttrii.
use and diffusion) of"chawed s
Indianapolis Iowa Mr. Duttou Glastonbury
; TreasurerR. I rim,
Lerbarka" and the saturating of everything Quin. su|> rlnifnJpiit I of Ilibllc\ IU'lructlou-1. L. '
in the room with its too odorous rill lit', Hrinlrigton.rouniy : .
liquid 'I J. II. Alhiston has been shipping. ivinmlMioner) W. In \V. P.
____ I cabbages to Ocala this week Mr. A. Trtnthiin. M. II. lams F. "s' IVrrlu.V.. t', VMl.llHrnnon e
I'oor Mall Service also has had plenty of tomatoes for hill .
The ('Ullllt) (Coninilwloiif Int't'l1" lint MontUr -
Most everybody is complaining about own use thus far, and has recently sold lu every inunthhool ,
the of mails the some, as well as some new Irish )itotatoep.Mr. &- itonrtt-K. K. lUrris !.J. T. Waitmann.1
irregularities our delay Albibtou has luirn M.( M. Mowr. A. K (;irimn.I r. i L l>,urlm*.
In returns within the a large nearlycompleted .
getting) prompt achtiltantmet'tafirst l I H"ndsytueverymouth. ?, r
._. Florida. We have several ) and intends to engage in vegetable :
-- -- -- ----- ---- --- state of in COUNTY BOARD OF HEALTH

WILL OPEN ..t T OCALA FLA. JASl'AKY S'Jth ISM. stances in which it took a letter a weekto raising extensively.! iTfuMciil-Pr. T. *
iti.i: [r.'ha"'MOn. $
go to Jacksonville ; one in which a An adjourned Rating of the Forest Secretary-'apt.
ten miles from Ocala Hill! Cemetery Association held Ml'mht'ra-lir. I>. A. Smith, Anttiour, Mcwr + mil
gentlemen not at
--------- was )I. A. :Miwrantll). II. Irvin.
A gentleman alighted froma mailed $1,000 in checks to meet a maturing the school house on Monday evening
BUDGET OF HOME NEWS hack very to-day portly at the Montezuma Hotel notes at one of our banks, expectingthat { The tri'a-urer'H report of the past year BOARD.'. OF TRADE ;
l'resldeut-J.l t liunn
the letter would reach Ocala that showed receipts to have been $217.
expenses -
probably tipping' the wale at 250 pounds. : Vice I'rvMiU-nl-H.! A. weathers
C, L. BITTING ER,Citr Editor. The youthful typo and editor, Toinmi day and keep his commercial jwper} 1179.82, leaving balance on iiand, KwrfUrrVm. Kox. t t
I Harris him and asked bin if it good. Three days after lie came to of *:37.82.: The others for the' past year Otter:? nf (tnverHnn-A. I', !Man Jr., C, llhelnaurr -
I saw t
Courtney receives fresh fi+h daily. was General Harrfcon. "Why papa son?" town, stepped into the bank to ascertainIf were unanimously rl elected, who are WrHthenim., Jno. K Iiiiiin. Fox:: ,and J. HV II ,U McHxiy.:lng u>u, 11. A.

------- juiries his parental ancestor. *'Because everything was straight, only to find Win. Foster, President ; Ur. N. D. Faunce, BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIA. ''
Ocala hou\ >>u opens Jauuary20th. Don'tforget know' said Tom lIarri out that his: letter had not come later Vice President ; I D. 1'. M'lholland, ":('('rl'-
yon oll an TION.iTcuMontr t
the date awful big man." Certainly a very good that day the letter came to hand. Why taryJatnesil; Albiston, Treasurer. A H. Wllmt'r'It. .

Mayor I'enfit.1tal1lI\ !ady of Delleviewtook but original) 110) M eotunate of a very not have our }tn'Ople petition to MailSuperintendent communication was received from the \ .. 1'.I.tt'III-.1.' : I'tloucnt.HvicUry .
and Turner of Atlanta and Ladies Auxiliary Forest Hill Cemelary ( Hint 1 r''HKiir T,- Ixmlt Fnx.ItoHrtlot .
distinguished citizen.
[in Ocala great
inday.Richardson' )
irei1ort-J.| T. I.aiH'Hxtrr. lunar SUiptunn
have these Association that Association
requesting Jho ti
annoying irregularitiesstraightened
I grown, Finite) A. K. IVlonexl, II. 11.
livery stable is doing a This evening Kev. Mr. Wilmer wiil out? have,'ellow j jl\Hllamlne set out around ZHclmrltut and R. A, IlurfoM.
land otlice business t dices days. join in the holy bonds of wedlock, Mr. the fenceof the cemet.iry at the expenseof OCALA RIFLES I
------- James A. Jones, one of our live, wide- Even Kx-Gnvcrnorit: dust have the the ladiuH. J. H. Albiston\" employed (' pt.ln-4)co) A. Nash>
Where were the councilman last night a-wake and pushing sand manipulators, tanner" ) to )procure and )plant the jassa- HrKt Meiilenaiii-K. U. MH'otinoll."e .

when the hour of meetim came around ? and Mrs. L. A. Bignon, a very etiuiable TALLAHASSEE, January H, 18m.! mine and also In set out twenty-four $Forty" ;-tin lady. The best wishes and luagnolies on the grounds.
Mr. Rosenburg Providence, R. I., grrtulations of the DAILY BANNER hearty con-are f; E. Harris; };'g., Ocala, Flu. : POVTH Sthe. FIRE COMPANY ; ;
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,; who will preside behind, the desk of the tendered. MY DEAR bUt : Enclosed: \ ; please find -- ------- .'on'lII.n--M.urlr.uneaMer.. Khelnautr 'i'P: '

Ocala hou>e, arrived hint evening. $1 for a continuation of my, subscriptionto Anthony Hrlcf, Flr.1 ....I.I.UIJA'V.40111.. 4
----- Mr. Geo. Wilson, the. suave, fntlmsl- the BAN.skR.: You get.: out an admirable 8n One before hi, Honor this morning Oar Regular Correspondence. U Mallrtt.T .
case aMicand .
energetic president of the SemiTropical !- )paper.SucctHM !riit-llve' IUVUIKTK.HOOK "
the notorious Jim llinson! np tor returned. from Tallahassee: yes I to your Exposition. It is a Hon. A. Baskin went up to Jacksonville AND LADDER
using profane and obscene: language.: ,: terday. His May at the Mute capital was move in the right direction Monday to attend mectiliK of the 1''lIloh.n\-At.IIIIIII'IIIII1I'r.

Fined $10 and cost longer than intended but hospitably Yours rccjrft, ,ctfully and truly, Farmer's State Allis\1('''. .'(lrf'lO.II-\\ llenls. '
tendered and the fairest of human \V. D. BLOXIIAM. A..l !.ltM-W'III.th'b.n.I."II.! 1,
The "in\aiid trade as General Lee attractions 1'. R. Woo<1l1on and family have moved .
Twenty ytfintfrn.LULULJt'LODQE
could not IK- resisted and hence '
into town and of J. L. Catiicyscottages *
it to bo much larger occupy
promises NO. aa I. O O. F.
expresses lie tarried and had a splendid \isit./ The llltf Show Corning on Marion street. ,
this season than the most sanguine: ureaanticipated. '. (Meet every Tttetxlay evening.] ,
.-Metropolis.I i Mr. Horace Kgleton t tlu putt bachelorof : Binglvy & Co. show will" exhibit! in Mrs. Mann, of aklulI11t Iowa, arrived) W. II. (hallU, N tl. aIv
Ocala, January :24th.! It is the only the llth inst. She her .
the lake, dropped in to see us and say on is visiting M. l'hlllltl'l'rt'IM"11
Mr. JameH fceaton, colored, formerly that our little daily so pleased him that show conningIntl( embraces! menagerie, daughter Mm. 1. J. Brokaw. She will .\ vMUiiK !brother urdUlly Invited.OCALA l.

well-known in Ocala, but North mostly he had to em'ourag'it with an ad. Ditto and its collection of rare animals n not lemain/ through the winter.Mrs. I CHAPTER NO. 13, R, A, M. ..

since the close of the war, and! a famous the liAiiiiMoine nurseryman, T. W. WaiteofBclleview. excelled by that of any other menagerie:: 'I'll) l lor and two sons of Illinois, 1..1" ('II'It"r, No. IS, R. A.M. Convocation! *
the Ocala house, in existence The of tens South innuanimou
waiter, will command' press tlroi MotuUy night In every month
Read them. recently arrived town and) will makethis
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waiter brigade. in praise/ of Bingley & Cu. II.v. LONG, lit
place their |frnianent home. A H. FKAZKR Sren-tary.RENJAMIN.
shows and highly endorse it
A duel was fought, near Paris' on the ) throughout. cordial welcome is extended to them.
The 8t.l'aullulIl Minneapolis member! 14th between Henri Rochefort editor of The management are very strut and allow I. S
of the )Minnesota leg. .;lature have unanimously Ulntrumttgrunt and 11. editorof no gambling of any kind. Swindlersand K H. Swain; und family, who have
agreed to return their annual IM Hutaillr. Swords Livag.iry the thieves lirelot> allowed to follow been spending the past' six months in
passesto tha road that tendered them. selected; both combatams were weie wounded wea{>ons, the show and Bin ley & Co.'s patrons Muncie, Ind./ returned home on time Nth & FOx

M. \ can dei>eiid uls| ,n entire immunity from inst. Their many friends were glad, to .
The Confederate pension fund. ot! tl-: Lissugary) dangvron- Japan that ilk when, they visit the slow see them at home again. i
the lat Mississippi missionaries to India, China: and ?
000,appropriated James I D.) Leilner and G. L. Whitting-
legislature, Is being distributed\ to 1,000( Mr. A. ft. Rohland the ailable press Sentenced. l berg have recently taken charge of A. ----- .

applicant, giving them X 21 eachIt and advertising agent of Bingiey's) circus, The following prisoners, all colored, Pifer'. saw mill, and a* Moon as they can /

is perfectly surprising, to note the made us a press can) iki* morning and were brought dip before Judge Finley make aomt'repalrx. will begin work. The Holidays are Past !

roseate hue which the Total option law said the great show was sine to be hereon yesterday afternoon fur sentence;! : Sam The Anthony Graded High School reopened .

givesto, social ilubs. Even: the town of the 24th.Sellator Day, carrying! concealed I weapons) threw Monday) under. the charge of !

Crystal River is about to be frescoed! Beck, of Kentucky, accompanied months in city jail ; \Vhf. South, larcenyof l'roC.lI. W Chisolim, who was elected -. .

with the delicate ami inspiring, tints that by his son George.: is' in Florida domestic! : animaU, three 'rt'arlilu state principal) fur thw remaining portion (J'
this.potent artist cast on the canvass: of He will tarry with us a tew weeks and penitentiary ; "Blackhawk, stealing bolt the term, at a meeting of the trusteesSaturday TIII: iii'Hii IH ovini.: ;

this luminous subject.Mr. ; then visit Cuba before' ending his vacation. of rink fromttnew'lI store a mbnth ago, 12th: frog C. A. Leonard Wing
one year in state }Jeuitelltiar)'. Charles/ unable to take charge of the school again
Sam Anthonv, one of the large -- -- Davis, found guilty of the tuurdur of this season No doubt Prof. ChiKf\irn\ .
ron'o\\ nr 01. Lake Harris, heart Geo. Wilson's sons of minstrelsy will Jim Bailey, moved for a new trial and ",'illl'ro"o worthy of the iobhion. Vu Nave; nettled down to strict buincRs 1t- .
Leebburg, Is in tow n. He is' also one of give a superior entertainment in the will probably get it. CcRBAN.lttagnolla '
-- --- .. _. and Wt' mean hiuincHH
the heirs of the Anthony e.tl<in! MUIJ. Opera-house! Friday night,; -- --- --

cie, Ind., which the discovery of naturalgas One Circus On If. licuitt. in what) wo nay.We ,

at that place has enhanced to the merchant Mr. William of :South Foster Lake, postmaster Weir, was and The only circus\ and menagerie that Our Rt'1fUt..r (:Ornwpout1"nC4t.Ir. .
extent of $100,000 during the past sum upon
will visit Florida this! winter is Bingley
mer. Six:; glass, factories are the result\ of business to-day, & Co.'s shows. This I h according to H. Harold is now busy" putting in have
an ,
htruet1irt"s'LelD his, '" Inlt'ft..w". a Largo' Stock ofWiQter -
the of the
gas, one Mr. John Vareen, one of Panaslfkee'smerchants agreement of the American IIhowmt't"1Iunion
larger than our Sewi-Trupical building.The The weather has been delightful for
desporte! l hiuioelf Marion's to which all regular! circuses: awl
capital today menageries belong. All shows not belonging our farmers. Warm with plenty of rain.
court was occupied motions and to the union are mt.l'ely'arlt'ty I Chas Andrews has moved on the Crosby Dress Gooas
till noon, in hearing! .- \semi\'eJ- Mr. B. B Barco, the boot and shoe shows and have no riding or circus features farm where he is now employed in
tenchig the following prisoners salesman of Cotton Plant, made, a flying and no animals. Bingley A Co. fruit culture.The .
burn avis colored, chargf, assault w ith
trip to Stark, business bent.Yesterday's visit Ocala :24.
on January
Crosby estate changed 1 hands
intent to murder, plea} not guilty,; ; tried ,
and found guilty ; motion for a new trial guests at the Montezuma and is now owned by Mr. W. S. Curler, Such riuuiu'lM :
Correction.. OH Ca.slinieu'H' IleD.riettas
set aside then I to au of T XIlK. Big i improvements art being ,
; .plead guilt aggravated numbered thirty, and hailed 1 from seven }
assault, for which he wa given of our sitter state ; We erred) ywtterday. We should have made \by Mr. H. (,. Noah who is general lln-troH, etc., col- ,

six months in county jail. ('hats. Davis, said the members of the county board of manager of time place Mr.I S. Nana large.: ol'etl l ami black
colored, stealing brindle bull, two years Orange and settlers desiring healtliconijirwinp the cordon of('IJUl/tif'fl! force of lyen at woik planting out fort t
in state nltentlary.The choice budded during the epidemic, will" meet in St. acres in all kinds (*f fruits. A few
J or seedling tret'8LUfllInll
orange Augustine, January 30th, and not in more such t'lIt rl"IMinllien am wantedto
DAILY BANNER is slowly pushing or grafting wood), orange landsor Ocala and I by invitation of Dr. Rainev utilize our productive land.
bearing .should see the stork -We will flllVr theca
commended groves of St.: Augustine president of St. John's joo; It is
itself into public favor. otfl.rt'llby J. \\'. and F. 1) Waite, Belle- We have a good) Samaritan in the
for the fullness of its local notes and the view, Florida, before purchasing elsv- county board of health, for the pur| own, person of Mm. Harold ; while" out for a

great interest and seal it displays in where. ICdwlm named yesterday. walk she 'found two new; born kid '?(I1 'mWtm'f1r(( :mil!lB
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drawing attentiou to our great SemiTropical j (goats you know) which' she took home
Exp'':ition. One thousand Tile New York World is going to try Opening IJlllo.lllol1 Hates and nourished until she found their

copies of its: Saturday edition were" and eclipse he Htrald't famous and wonderful The railroads have, fixed rates for owner. JUMHO.I. .
mailed all over the country, Containing feat. It will be remembered when open I 0': day" January 29, of the SemiTropical Regardless of' Cost !
Banker Dunn's geuerous! prize. Already Livingstone was loot in the wilds" Africa at three cents per| mile for the
good results 'tire visible.! A number of the herald at its and expense round trip, or one and one half tvnu 1 I. J. BROKAW

counties are taking -tithe steps| to compete fitted IIP an expedition headed bv per mile. Long distance two to two .. -To clone out and get ready for-
fur the best! county exhibit. Henry M Stanley and tnt it in ftean.liof and one half(.t'ntlllot'r mile round trip. -1-

the great explorer. Livingstone,: wan All honor to the liberality of the Florida -
The cut of the clerical coat is already found. Sine which time Stanley has railroads.For TILE: MARION COUNTY NUKBKJIYMAN. OUU SI'IIINO TUADH.We .

visible on uurrstreeta, and about thirty .become famous as an explorer and has ----- : .
delegates op to noon had arrived to attend added a great More of historical and homes, orange grove, vegetable l

the state Baptist association This geo raphl .1 information to the world., farms, grove and vineyard site, visit I'OFEBO -- will positively sell thebo gootU
afternoon and evening many more lire But Stanley) himself :U now lost among Belleview on the F. R. A K. Railroad( off at what we can get fur them ,

expected l. and by to-morrow the high the wild and warring caret of the "dark tn mile south of Ocala dwjalStf TO TUB PUBLIC A FINE LIKE and) thei/lnt/ to select will ,
have inundated ''
tide of inflowing Baptism will continent. The {World is fitting up an
our city and emerged u* all in expedition headed by Thos N. Stevens, Willie Smith, men of Dr. I D. A.Smith OF HVKfKHV BTOCK-(JKAPEV1HE8 have the benefit of the "

the conviction that they are a sterling famous as having made a bjclcle trip has taken charge 01 school near Mr. A. A PCUUTY.1 -Larg"Variety.- 4r
earnest and devoted body of Christian around th,\ world to go in search ol Holletf.) This .It Will' first effort at ?
workers. The Dint BAVVKB bids them Stanley any\ *jt that be will be found teaching and we tract will prove suoca.s I -

.el 'me. U".11 And fill. 4jtnl52m, ADCMJH. Anthony Fuji.r1J. BENJAMIN & F<

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Int. andKeml-Troplcal ExjNwItloii........ 311IJCJO, iii'J s'U :
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Ocala Houne b J.rovt'IUt'lIlII.-- 2S.OUO ..
Merchant1 National hank.................... 1M'*( 0>) d
D. A.)llIlcr..........................................18(1M)01 7!
w;; Street avlni4lmiiroToraenU.................. .1,0010)> >
s C. Rhflnaucr&lJroi........................t...... lU.ooo> 00 U / k.w : G' 2
City Mark.............._........................., ."IO 0 : W. C. JefTord*......................................... 601' (x) : 'Vi q. f! '. c H
Electric Light Co.....,............................. UI.PO' ) on '. RO ;
Dr. H. n, ThotniMon.............-.............. 8,000 00 r.G:
I) A Miller,rtftMeface....._...................... 3WiO ((0a
c .. I* Anderson, renldeuce..................... a,0(01(0( -I
,18. R IilM ey,revldence......................... S.M'i. (K)
'rr4 Dr. Deloueit, rvldence.............,............. 3.NJO oo k
Win. Fox, residence........_................. a,ViO a) H
D. C. W. Smith throe retitJencei........... 7onO Our U1' '
Colored School bullJ.ng_.-.......-.......... R.mio 00 I' .j
!- Dr. Moody<< rxil.lence..._-............. ...... 3ooo oo ; (f1
T. W. tuna, rmldetu,........................ 2,10)10 x flIUS
L. Doctor, renldvnoe.-.?........._...... 2,600 m ;!
II. W.Chandler rculJcticc.................... a.ono (I() \ ; A .-
'ark Yonge Uro*.....>..............?...?_?............ 4,1001(0' '( O t \
.. K. W. Agnew, luprovementa....._.....?... 2,11(01(0:. : J1n
D. E. Mclver....._..............._................ l.ono oo) :. ; ii'I ; '
:It. L. Root.............___.._..._........?.... 8f>oo O'J ; I 4 jJ
C. B. Oale........ .....>......M.M<'.._........ 8,0110 oo) 'tcS
+ J. W. Needham, n+.1dcnce.............:........ V>oo (X)
JJerbet Andt'non.................................... 1..MX' ) 0')
} R. &. \\athen......................_.......... 1,00(0))
F. C W. William.........._...._........... l.MW (W CEi
J.O. Iteardou,tuiprovemenu................ l.noo ()I) Eics m
C. IL Brewer.....-...._......_......_......-.. 1,0(0noIt ) ,
f. ; Bt Dcer..._................................_. 1,0110001f .
.' ,e Epblf.1Op&1 Churcb.... .................... ......... 00 }
t W.C.Je:!'brJt.................................. ..... j.an: oo ,
J Bullock & DavU....?.?...,......................... 1,000 (H) =..". .00'I
'r.W, II. Challle--............................ 1,600 00
Ray llul10ck......................................,.... I.1NJk 10 ....
lr. J. O. l'ert08..._.............._.....__... 2r.ou 00 ,. 3t
r;1. U John l>ojtl >r.-.......-.......-..............?... 1,7(10 00Montezuma 3f
Improvement..............-... l.oott (N I) ;.
',. )d. >M.tJltU.-, _......-......................-...... KW Of)
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C. Khineaucr.twooottatce M................... uw 00 .
'ttlaUreen................._................. ....... 7 00 L =i
'' .Col. I(. Badger...................................,... 711). (X) ."... :t..
F. 0. Boyntou.............._..................... 1.10(0 ., .:'J' ._;...,...:". ,. .j .....i1" I. "-,"::4'\: : --
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O. W Martin re ldeuc.........._...._. l.ono) ooTotal. .' 4f; r" -

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"' '' At an election of ulllcvrn for Marion Hoon & RaslJ
,. (' Steam Fire la |ins Com.II| any,A\o.1 1. held

\., January 11, 1S89 the following ollicerfl ,. ..
,i' vitro elected for the year ending January SOU f ". \ '- p' )
; 1, 18UO: MorrU' Klieiimuer, Foreman ; -\ ', j" ..
: Louis. Volk. First atwisUnt foreman ;
y" Geori Maray, 6ownd assistant foreman Leaders in
; A. Dflonwt: Treasurer ; Jo-*. II.Jklallftt .
fcifcrHary ; C. I. Yonije, First WILL OPEN JANUARY g(), 188i
r>'ip!Mnan' ; It. .:.\ on e,St'<' ) )( piiNman. | ; -I-- R RIGHT .I
iyjrr II. Barnett, First aa itant )Ipt'| man; F.
G. \\' (lhfO, Rt>t.'OJul assistant pipe-mtan. THE OCALA HOUSE D1ll Y GOODS
Jlenhiu. MacKay, WeiheaiulOwenu were
+ : ; appointtni tioance committee.( T. D.Lannwter In seeking: to got the host and most I

wsr reoonnueadtHl to the for I
your nloueyiJUT ,
chief of
council for rp-apjiointineiit. as
!, the fire det>artmeut.

.', _JIM. II. bwretary.V tALLETI'! The' beading Hotel l of the City. And GeneralMerchandise '

found the following card and a

I y" handHoru bouquetof'aponieas' on our R U RIGHTIn ... .
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; : ,M "Coraplitnents of Miss\ ROM Butt to .. 'Y p' .
the Editor jn Chief of the EVENING: DAILY UNSURPASSED] IN (rAI'FOI\TMENTS.TO ANY IX THE. STATE 1 The Delivery Wagon In
IIIJ 'r D. NaR." your selection\ ofa trading place? Lk..i' ; 31r. J. M. Lawson chargeof
t, ; Thetfalr' doncr will accept our thanks. call
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j You say you trade with I every morning early. Save your A

I 1 Jja a lion. Jotiu F. Dunn, of Marlon county, KOWKLL ? '/ orders and save the walk to town.. I
how to farming
understand encourage
'; ,; in Florida. lie offer. tUXX. to the wm Thoroughly. Repainted. : Inside and Out decylaw
, I'. j r ,,' ty offering the bwt exhibit at the ,OoalaBeml'Troplcal -0RIGHT- I : .... "
N + '. Exposition: | which oj ena 1 DREFm'ED ,
, (Ind. Oh, for a thousand
)\ ) on the 'jytti\ LAND
11 such men rut Nr Dunn to encoura eI THOROUGHLY WITH ELEGANT FURNITURE TITLES I I1

I>.. X:(.:'\'. 'K, U honest-Jackeynoill''P rivaltyamonkthefarmlult ofu. classes. U R -1-! f .-",I
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i t. : f' The old song j "Tlie; hand that rocks I THE BEACON & ADAMS _. ;7
U the hand that rules the .
; l' } t. the cradle
. .;: world," .U true enough aa a question of -0- BEAUTIFUL LAWNS AND CROQUET GROU. ABSTRACT COMPAXY. \ x1y
.t'f :,( social and moral development. q10 ; : ? 1- 1"
\F .. regards our industrial progress and pros RO" ELL'S is the place for the "
t .' \ rttytthe. d.that: rune the< reaper, I JSJItE PLA CEIO GET TUB F.{CTSyS ,:.
Best and the He
, UM :B'Med ttast 'tlxrworld. FOR Tugs ArrLY TO : : f J L.. M. TUA YEn, MAWAOKK.
has the Shoe Store -1-
,. DemOcraUc Presldentla) Elector only
'. ; d'Tallahassee Unlay. to in Marion County. Orrtcz : : OaIA Uot'
k '" .ti'o! ;!1 of l1orid..IO". ,'fO S.' J l ,, i I L _____._.ImJ1 U I .1.L.- -,-- .. .:.\.-... .. ,.tJ-. ..1 'i': -' \ ..** "
!at ir-* ..... nfI. :'. T '" ;-a ,,., ....-., a+1If R ;IffiDA.Ol ---: O"n 'ti m '....,r.i'!: ,..It"s

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THE tLOHWA 1XTERXATIOXAL AND A )' the Discrimination 7 South Lake Weir Jottings.Our CITY & COUNTYDIRECTORY.

is forbidden in the Court. Regular Corrr pon\lcncv. 'a& '
the nauPl'auund filthy habit Mr H. I..Cillfy has. bought of A, Wohl, .
1 squirting tobacco juice in fourteen acres of lake front and is having CITY OFFICERS,

quantities all o'er.t'r.thln the same cleared Mnyrr-l>r 'ho.. rl ary,
least Alighting the spittoons, is ncrkA.I Knlinrk
ad libitum Last Saturday night :Mr Oscar Shogren and his sons I"" Oscar! Uar'hsl-C, F. Bali I a.T
Burford addressed the jury in Jonathan and Olaf, are at work on the <<'"I1.'lorF.. I". .niton. f
__ ,. case and the court-room was Exposition: building at Ocala.] IOt'l'-K.K:R MclvorTrc'junnrr Mm '<,1t n.
_-: ? r the odor arising from the U. K. McMahan, who Is filling a contra rr>stdent ot'cancll-Jn", F. Punn.
and the flavor of tobacco juice t for a job of masonry at Otra, leas Itrwixlof Alilerinn K.. Iuunt, K. W. i1I
J. T. 1"1IC'1I Mrr, J..hn A. Rom
K. I.
ell. Knot,
e from the floor was sickening. been eiiding| a few dlwit h. his' family Smith It W. ('handler,1, lirowu and W. C I. .
jury nay many reforms are here. shall. I
Marion county but none to a The following guests are registered t at Sanitary lust"ctor-w. T 'Ina. Atew

: extent than the cleaning) the Amoskohogaii House': Mr. John A.Wecton COUNTY OFFICERS B.G
stables, the courtroom, Logan, Iowa :Mrs Anson Smith ( (mnI1 JI1"ltt'tUl'hilM MrConathT.. Mat
; County n<'rk-l> A. Miller
contaminating and injurious Logan, town ; :Mrs Kiizabuth>> BaTdeston, ShfrllK-K< : T. VVlllUnu.AnocMor .
health of a promiscuous and un Philadelphia, l'a.Ir.; : George; W. Cary, -J (', MathtwR.rollwlor .
-II). T nrtmann" CltrTrfUHirtr .,
use and diffusion of"chawed
Indianapolis, Iowa :Mr. Dutton Glastonbury
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and the saturating of every Conn S'nprlutcudent| 7bllc} : Iustnu'llon-ll.
the with its too odorous Honilnjrtonixwinijp .
J, 11. Alhiston, has been shipping faros ('nnnntslonen-h.l \V, Long W.
____ cabbage to Ocala this week. Mr.( A. Trmithum, M 1. II. Kou, F.M I< i IVrrln, 11. I'. '
also has had of for his UII 11111I(1.
Poor Mail Service plenty tomatoes
The (bunts Coiuniliwtnnera meet too
\' )'hotly is complaining] about own use thus far, and has recently] soul "Uy tu every mouth first
] of mails the ] some, as well as home new Irish potatoes IIc.h."II1.- K. K:: lUrri ';i. T. \ *
our delay )L t.fOMl'r.: L .
Mr. Albiston has burn A K .rlltln. I I' iHirlMW.Hrhmvl
u large nearly
prompt returns within the !hwr --, --- .. Florida We have several in completed and intends to engage! in vegt"table COUNTY HOARD OF

:.. which it took a l letter a week ] raising extensively, rri-nidetit-Pr. T. P. (i ry.Sorrvtry .
\trILL\ OPES .1 T OCALA, FLA., .
Jacksonville ; one in which a An adjourned im-iting of the Forest :< apt. E. U. Kf. hitrtliion.Momhvrt Mji4
not ten miles from Ocala Uilll'l'lUehuy Association held at -l>r. p. A, Smith Anthony, &. n
'- ------ I was M.S. :Moncriin)>, II, Irvin
] [ l lhN) in checks to meet a mature the school house on Monday evening
BUDGET OF HOME NEWS a hack Aery tu-|ortly day at I at one of our banks expecting' i The treasurer's. report of the |least year DOARD. OF TRADE
]letter would reach Ocala. that showed receipts to have been $217. ex- rrmMent K Dunn'
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probably Vice ITcxMctit-H. \\
A. enthcm.xerrt'Ury
C. U BITTING KR.City Editor. The )' tipping keep his commercial paper 'I {>enses H"l>.82, ]leaving balance on 'liand -Win. Fox
-,------ -- -- Harris him days after he came to of|37.t1: ::!. The oflicvrs for the" past year 1\0\ ,"") lr overuora-A.1'.Maim JrC,
ret-eives fresh fish! daily. saw the bank elected ftucr. Jno F Punn, J. II' Livingston, B.

Courtney was General] into to ascertain were unanimously rw who are vVi-Htherf. VVra. Fox:: and 8 W. Muomi .
--- juiries his \ was straight, only to find Wui. Foster, l'resident1)r.) ; N. I D. Fannce, BUILDING AND LOAN ; \
Ocala bOu"tHlI.t.'nsJanul\ry 20th. Don'tforget know', t. his letter had not come. Later Vice President ; 1) M'lholland: Secroary \<
you TION.l'rvsldcntr .
the date. awful big. man." the letter came to hand. Why I ; James H. Albiston, Treasurer. A II. \\'Iltl1l'r1I'l' )'
Mayor Penfielil and !lady of Delleview but original i> } our i>eople |ctilion to Mall communication was received I from the \' I'rtaldrnt-t,1.l l: iTlnuciit.HviiUry {-
and Turner of Atlanta and Ladies Auxiliary Forest Hill Cemelary ( snit .II""rl'r.Loull Fox.Ifamrttot .
took in Omla today.Kithardson's great: )
\ Illrl'l'&lltl-J. T. IniKiiMtrr Isaac
annoying irregularities AHNociation requesting that Jim\ AAAoI'ia.tion ,
lOiena, I I. Hrown.l' FUhc-J. A. lH.-louml, II 4.
livery stable is doing a This evening out? have>'ellovvjaHsaniinu set out around! Z-achiiflns, and H. A. llurf.inl.:
land office business. tFierte days. join in the holy the fence of thu cemet.iry nt the expenseof OCALA RIFLES
James A, Jones, : -(lovernors Must Have the the ladies, J. H. Albilh.Hrnt ,
Where were the c-ounrihnen last night a-wake and Haulier.," to prcH-ure and plant the jawa- Lieutenant. U, MHnneU.: .

when the hour of im-etin.: came around ? and Mrs.' L. A. January 14, 18M mine and also to set out twentyfourmagnolies Hm-oiiil Forty Mt'inU'rs.IJcntfimnt-l1. \\llllumi.: .. I
lady. The best' on the grounds
r Mr. Roseiiburir, "f Providence R. I., grrtulations of s, My., Ocala, Flu. : So' 'rim SIDE. FIRE COMPANY
t who will preside beiiind the! desk of the tendered Sik : Enclosed pleasu find ---- riili-f:: -T, H M laiHHctfr.Mirtmitn ,
iirlc(- Khetiiauer. '
Ocala] house, arrived l last evening. continuation of my subscription Anthony Briefs. I'Intt iN.lnlnlN'Ui \olk. L
---- :Mr. Geo. .: You get out an admir HtM-on.lawli.tHnt-, Manhftlt.
One case before hit Honor this morning antic! and !.. ) Oar Regular Corri'"i>ondence. rrttAry--J II. Mallrtt.Tw r

the notorious Jim Hinson, np| for Tropical, rptl1rn to your Kx|>oMtion. It i is a lion. A. Baskiii went up to Jacksonville cutlive AND memiera1100K '
using profane and obscene language terday. His f> the right direction Monday to attend a meeting of the 1'roxl.lrnlAl'imn I'M liner.
Fined $10 and costs. longer than reiitlully and truly] Farmer's State Alliance Foremsn-111Ik. limit.

tendered and W. D. BLOXIIAM. T. Woodson and! have moved A..I tll"W..lhlltkbar"ltfll111) \.
The "invalid trade, as General Leeexpresses ""(' yitnikcri.LULULA'LODQE.
tract ions could l into tow n and ol'I'ul'yonpoi' J. L. *
it to be much larger Caineys
promises he tarried and Rig 1 Show Com I NO. 22,1.0.0
UK- Marion street.
cottages on
this season than the most "tsinguine ones .
an tiei J.att'J.-Metropolis.Mr. :Mr. Horace E & Co.'s show will exhibit in Mrs.I Mann, of OI&LlUlIlt], Iowa, arrivedon ) W. II. (['halll Mrc It is
of the lake, i 4th. the only the llth int. She is visiting her VV. M. rhllll|., t-pcrflarv.
James beaton, colored, formerly that our little \ ,that embraces menagerie, daughter :Mrs. 1. J. Brokaw. She will All vIMlliiK brother cordially Invtled.
well-known in Ocala: ] but North inostlv! he had to of rare animals is not lemain through the winter. OCALA CHAPTER NO. 13, R, A,

since the cline of the war, and a famous the handsome : by that of any oilier menagerie: Mrs. Taylor and two sons of Illinois (N'a1s ('nai>tcr, No 18, R, A.M. (' '&
will votnuiand the Ocala house The of time &ulh is
waiter, : I prefcs umt Monday IIIKhUul'\'err month
( waiter brigade. of lll.'lIp\'it'w. !* in praise of Bingley & Cu.'" recently arrived in town and will wakethis II. \V. I/tMQ. 11. T'a a
jlt'h highly endorse it throughout.. place their i rmanent home. A J. 1+. FHAim. Secretary.
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A duel
I was cordial welcome' is extended to them.
The St. Paul and Minneapolis bers 14th between t'IUl'nt are very strut and al. {
of the :Minnesota leiH \t'ir' *:! have unanimously L'jHtrannyfnnt, : agreed: to return their annual of IM liututllr. \' '" ate not allowed to follow ]been spending the punt. MX months i in. hI
passes to tha road that; tendered l them. selected; buth ,, r and Bingley i\c Co.;'s patrons Muncie, Ind., returned home on the" Uth\ BI NJAMIN I l &l 1 I ;'f.
inst. Their friend
M Lisagar U.1 upon entire immunity from many were Ja.llo]
The Contedirate pension fund of n'l- } when th..y'iliit the show.Kontencotl. fee them at home again(
missionaries ; )
) the lat : m to
\lisP'i"'Pl'i i
((appropriated by | James 1>. Leitner and (1.I Whitting*
is distributed to 1, X)0 '-- .
being 'Ii.i
legislature, eachIt Mr. A. S. ] berg have recently taken charge of A.
applicant, giving them $21 and. advertising prisoners, all colored, Pifer's saw mill, and at noon us they can

ia perfectly surprising to note the made us a pre up before Judge Finley make some repairs will b ht'Jlin'ork.. The Holidays are Past .i

roseate hue: which the local option law said the great afternoon fur sentence : Sam I. The Anthony Graded High School reopened .
gives to nodal clubs. Even the town of on the 24th.Senator concealed] weapons) three Monday] under the charge of > ,

Crystal: ! with the delicate andinspiriiu tints that panied by his animal] three years in state principal<< for' this remaining |ortioi. of
this.ttotent artist casts on he canvass:: of He will tarry ; "Ulaikliawk,' stealing bolt the term, at a meeting of the truMceH TIII: ursii IH OVKU.:

this luminous subject.Mr. then visit Cuba l Agnew More a month ago, Saturday IL'lh, Pn-f. C. A. I-eonard being\
tion. in state penitentiary. Charles unable) to take charge of the school again!
Sam Anthonv, one of the large: lluJ guilty of the murder of this season. No doubt Prof. Chisdlim .
grove-uw nera oi Lake Harris, near Geo. Wilson's moved for a new trial and ,...ilJpro\'e worthy of lime j >bitlon.CtKKAN.. ""(I havu, M'ttlfd down to strict
Leebburj, is in town. He is also one of give a Mi|> get it. .
t IIH'/oIIoI and IlllbiliCliiS
/ wo meanin
in Muncie era-hou ---- -----
the heirs of the Anthony estate Oi> e -- -w- --

Jnd, which the (ductfvery of naturalgas Mr. William One Circus Only. 3falnolla< 1It'.II", what wo .Ky.Woh.uoa .
at that has enhanced to the .
place circus and that
merchant of :>' ) menagerie Our Regular Cornwpontl"ncfI.
extent of $100,000; during! the pasttmmmer. Florida this winter is Bingley]
on business! l< -. Mr ii 1 1. Harold
Six glass factories are the result' of ; This U according to an now busy putting} in Large Stock; (
his winter 0WiQter
structures >>
the gas one of the being Mr. John \' of the American show men's crop)

larger than our Semi-Tropical building.The merchant, '!| ) which all regular circuses and The weather has been delightful] for
capital to-dav. Lelon All show not be our (arliit'rll. Warm with plenty of rain
court was occupied all morning and the union ate mt'rely'arll'ty Chan Andrews has moved on the Crosby Dress
motions 1
till noon, in hearing sentencing oo S SSuch
Mr. B. B
the following prisoners.: Wei- have no riding or circus fea farm where he is now employed in
assault ith fcaletmian of no animals Bingley] fc ()>. fruit culture.The .
burn Davis, colored charge, w
intent murder, plead not guilty ; tried trip to Stark, January 24. Crosby estate has changed hands

and found guilty ; motion for a new trial Yesterday's : and is now owned by Mr W. S. Carter,
Correction. OH CaslimiTfa
set aside; then plead guilty. I to an aggravated numbered tLlrt of Texas, liig improvements' are being ,
assault, for which he was given of our sister .} yesterday.. We should have made by Mr. II. C Noah who is general rietta" AlMrcw!' eta, colored it
six month m county jail. ('has. Davis, members of the county board of manager of the place Mr. N. II all a large and
colored, stealing brindle bull, two yearsin Orange the cordon counties(",. force of ineii at work planting] out fort
Ilrow the epidemic, will meet in in all
state penitentiary.The choice budded St. acres kinds r+f fruits A few
e, January 30th, and not in more aui'll enterprising men are wantedto ----- 1
is ] budding or by invitation of Dr. utilize
DAILY BANNER slowly pushing lUiney our productive land.We 1.
or bearing -AVe will) rtlFer thebo ,
itself into public fa\or. It is commended offered by J. W president of St. Johns have a good Samaritan in the ( ,-

for the fullm-M] of iU local notes and the view, Florida, of health] for the purposes (.erson of Mrs. Harold ; while out (or"
great interest and zeal: it din-lavs! in where. ; walk] sue found two new; born kid ]FOII1 eRegardless" .

attention to our great Semi- (goats you know) which she took home
Tropical potion. One thousand The New { Imposition: Hat, ... and} nourished until she found their

copies of IU 1 Saturday edition were and eclipse the have fixed rates for ; owner. JCMHO.I. .
mailed all over the country, containing derful feat. It j; day" January 29, of the N>rni- !. of cost !
Banker Dunn's ut'roUiprlz"! Already Livingstone at three cents leer mile for the
visible. A number of the herald at I. t't
good results hire or one and one half tvau J. BROKAW,
counties are tak'ngtithe: step to compete Dense fitted ui, Long distancetwu to two -- -To clone out and get ready toroun
for the best county' exhibit. Henry M half cent poet mile round trip. -1-
of the great to the liberality of the Flori
The cut of the clerical coal U already] found. Since ; ] .. THE MARION COUNTY NUR- HPUINO TltADC.We .

viaible on our ,streeu, and about thirty become famous ---- -- SKUVMAN. i
delegates up to noon had arrived to attend added a great orange grove, vegetable
the state Baptist association. This geographical ro'e and vineyard{ sitea1 visit '-- will i> (ill( bo
afternoon and evening many more Ire Stanley : OD tbe F. K. A N. Railroad, off/ at what we can get for them

xpected, and by tomorrow the high the wild and south of Ocala. dwja5tf OFFKB8 TO THE PUBLIC A PINE' LIXKOF and the.firnt to select will ,
tide of inflowing Baptism will have inundated continent.'
our city and emersed all in expedition Smith, son of Dr. D A.Smith, XVRHKHV' BTOCK-UKAPEVUfES have the benefit of the

the conviction that they are sterling, famous as i "' charge of a school near Mr. A. A BPCIAUTY. -Larg .Variety-
earnest and devoted body of Christian around th\ This .U Will's first effort M *
workers. The DAILY BAVXKB bids them Stanley, anA\ and w. trust will prove iacc*sa. J Tdjanl52m .

welcome 1t he Ii An4 ADOKX&S, Anthony Fla. BENJAMIN & E

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+ -IF yoC WAn. GOODS IN THE.DrugLine-
." OCALA The Orand Jury and the Hoard of florid Agrlcultarlftt. The new firm of Hamilton & Carpenter r I"
Health. Florida Future. who bought nut the Ptore formerly

To the Editor '>( the Banner I The citizen of Florida who indolently owned by E.. M. Allen, report- a booming

I reclines in the shade of his orange trees business: .
E.' HARRIS. Editor. FLA. .
OCALA Jan.11,1S39.The I and waits fr r Dame Fortune to empty We understand that J. R. Jowelyn -o

notice taken of the Hoard of I her cornucopia of pr '!spenty into his outstretched sold 700 range trees from his nurser,

t : OCJU; F'1.A JdNUARI'' Jo, JB33. Health which appears in the pre-ent- hand, Is, to ray the least! ft to Mr. Gillette of South Lake Weir, for TIlE PLACE TO FIND THEMIS

.. -- .. .- ment of the last HrallJJury, I ii evidentlythe I. poor citizen, and adds but an infinitesimal shipment to California.Just .
outcome of an entire ignorance of atom to the material prosperity of AT-
the law, respecting this newly created his State. below the Florida cottage the
cor|-)tation ; the statute' as! enacted by I On the other band those whoareever contents of a drain pip tomes!!! to the pur- DR. DELOUEST
the last l legislature;hich in. Mill in force, ready to grasp an opportunity to further face. The street committee should! pee
provides, \ as follows" : Section l-t. SflOS. I the interests of the State, and to showoff that the water is!! carried away by proper -(1'EST( SIUK StjfARE.)-
The Governor of the Mate of Florida I her varied attractions and. advantages i repairs;as It is!! a wet and disagreeable

shall appoint| for every county in this ill i the l last. light to visitors' and settlers, oCALA i u I I : FLORIDA

State a Hoard of Health. l'On'l"tID i oft ate the ones hose names will be writtenon "loot.C bl)1t!E'*, cucumber, bean! Anton. 3m 31-93
discreet persons', not les than two the brightest\ his- etc.. never looked better at this! time Of
of whom Khali' be physicians!' of skill and tory as those who developed the resour- It look though they were
the as \ ---- -- --
experience, to serve without pay as l es. of the State, and made the wilderness growing year. on }purpose to exhibit themselves -
herein after provided lection 2. The to blossom as the rose. I Seml.Trofical Exposition.!
at the
term of omce of each person appointed In this connection we would call the attention SR. BIRDSEY & CO.
on such Hoard of Health shall be four of our fruit-growers, and in fact A sociable at Mr. H. P. Gerald's was ,

years, and all vacancies, however occurring everyone who takes an interest! in the largely attended last Thursday eveningby
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)} .. nAI OT --- ---- --- --- shall be tilled by the Governor. welfare of the State, to an opportunity, both ladies and gentlemen. Several -0Wholesale--
s ( Section 4. Every such Hoard shall the like which was never before offered games were indulged In ; also declamations

a, .r. : annually elect a president and secretary, teem or showing to the outside ,,'orltlor reading, etc. Refreshments were & Retail
q The Savannah sew eye that; "ballot who shall also serve as treasurer! andshall at t least its chosen representatives, what.10rida served in profuBion. The party broken
reform" la Dt'etIPflln Indiana and some receive for his services' such compensation can do in the way of producing at 10:30: p. m. hugely) enjoyed by all. -DEALERS ISHarlware -
'4 other Northern States. The Indianapolis and give bond with such' security superior quality of fruit. will he repeated once in two weeks.
r; \ Sentinel and other Northern news* as the Hoard deem pro1'er. Section As 1 before utatnl in these columns. thewentysecond
papers say that "ballot. reform" (speeded! 5. Every Hoard of Health appointed biennial semenion of the England The first Home meeting club of assembled the at the r( < c ill 1 Groceries0

t thehmoteoftillegal". election method under! the provisions of this act, shall be American Pomological Society will be residence of Mrs J. It. Jowelyn's on
inother a corporation with power to !sue and IK tu.telln Ocala on the 20th, 21st and 22.1
k States vet unable to see the beam sued, contract and be contracted: with, or next month This society i composed Wednesday last at 2:30: p. m. There was the -
in our own election methods. Ballot re- and to acquire and ) pleasure, or t he foremost pomologists of the United quite a large attendance, nearly all
form is needed in every State in the property both real and personal, and to States and the British! Provinces, and ladies of Eastlake being present. The OCALA. I I I I FLORIDA
Union. It is growing to 15 an alarming do act to the their read in afternoon was spent in literary exercises!, axe 81-83
every necessary proper reports are eagerly
every vocal and instrumental music, after
qoe tlon. Our Republican institution.
exercise of such powers. Section.6. The portion of the English-speaking world,
and the
are threatened and if not stopped will county commissioners. of each county in and the fruit growers everywhere lookto which refreshments were served
4 be disrupted. Hpeaking of which the afternoon passed very ideasantly.! The
the State are empowered to assist and this society for practical and reliable
I \ will he held at Mrs. B. F.
2few and Courier, of Charleston, says: levy or cause to be levied and assessed a information on all subjects pertainig to next meeting -ATID. -
I It appalls thinking men It o know, to lee, that tax not to exceed in any year two mills' heir business. In fact the meetings of Hamilton's.EASTLAKE.
" the pl'ftlent.flf'ratlon and the riilng generation on the dollar at the o.f the Board : this considered of Jan. 14.
?r; ol whit men tn the Houib an taught In pragto request society are so much Importance -
tlc., that Republican Institutions are a failure, of Health of the county, to enable such and interest that the Associated
and that election are to te(carried not \>:j the Hoard to defray the expenaesof its oj er- Press telegraphs daily reports of its proceedings GUIDE.
t honest vote of a fair majority: but by campaign ation.
ing whlah begins with rank intimidation and !' to subscribers in every part I
cuds la subterfuge and evasion. Thus. (it will be seen that the Health of the country, and millionsof people will II Schedule of the S. S. O. & O. .R R. FisfleI'sCan

t The News and Courier can ijo further boards were created independent corporations | read the opinion of the American Pomo- Jjeare Ocala .................._........... 7.15 A. *.
back than that. The /great wrong rests and furnished with ample powers logical /Society on Florida's capabilitiesas .. UomoMM:....................._........ 4.15 P. M. 0
,t., in the legislatures laws and funds to |>crform the important a fruit producing State. .
passing legalizing { F. C. (\ P. R. R. (Old F. R. A N. Line.)
Illegalities and Intiting crhne elections duties required of them ; it U also to be This being. the case, it behooves our
by the offices tho law. What we, want remembered that the members serve people to make &favorable an impression Schedule.
is an election law crime without pay with the exception of the as possible[ the members of BOfTH BOUND..
election impossible. and making permitting at every an secretary and treasurer, whose>> salaJy the society, so that upon their reports will redound Passenger? arrive In Oral S'.................&!.07 r.A. M.Z05 M.. be found one of the

man to vote that U entitM to vote ana during the epidemic was (30.00: per to our advantage. In order to do Freight .. ::::::::::::::::::::.1.45 r.: M.:
7. to have that vote counted as cast. It is month and tjt t the present time $1000. that it is necessay that a good displayof lOaTH BOUfB.Paiwenger .

believed that such a law-known as the The otter members of the board have the different fruits raised in the State arrives! I tn Ocala.................. 9.07 A. M. Best assorted \
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that end. How many newspapers pay, but have expended out of their the society Every; variety of fruit should 115 a M.

t pretending to be in favor of fair elections own private means a considerable sum he exhibited, and only the best of these JOHN 8. FRAZEB
will favor the adoption of such a law for traveling and hotul bills for which srieties. It is not necessary that the Up Town Ticket Agent.
f not for New York, Massachusetts andIndiana there has been no reimbursement what. ollections be large\ but they should be The F. S. R. R. Time Table. most desirable priced

simply, but for every State in ever. In accordance with the provisions omplete. The fruit should be selected, DOCTH BOVND. r l
'" made in section 6 a levy of 2 mills would I classified ...
the Union 7 and arranged with the greatestcare Passenger arrives,. i In.. Oc.,U''''' '' '''''''' 1.M p. M.
4rr have afforded the Hoard the of five .. 605 p. M.
" t The Hodjfc Cam or six thousand" dollars, the sum amount thing bv rejected experienced that does hands not ,reach and a ever high Freight.! I-, :::::?::::::::::::12 9:50 Oft A.A. n.M. Stock of Dry Goods

actually expended (eighteen hundred plane of perfection.
vP his The exhaustive states attorney and able having completed to the dollars) out ol' an appropriation) of 12.000. Every sectionoflheState should commence Passenger Arrives In Ocala................_.. 7.15..a. ,
!sj-eech As is shown [by the subjoined statement, at once to make arrangements, for .. ,' .. ..... -Mij M p. M.
court and jury, the latter retired l about 2 with respect to the ex|'enditure" of the these collections' Meetings should be Freight" .... .......... 9.50 A. M. in the Cit '
sS o'clock Tuesday afternoon and after deliberating funds III the hands of the Hoard, there field and committees, consisting of the ................_..12.05 A.M. ) .

k F r. for several hours the jury in has t>een no extravagant and 1 needless ht.) the returned into court to render
t expense| nor any misapplication of any to take hold of the matter at MARKETREPORT.,
1 ;r their verdict, which was that Green W. funds any time, with a few- once. These committees, when appointed

Hodge was but guilty of murder him in the articles furnished to the Inmates of the .I ), bear, in mind that variety and Florida\ round steak (hind quarter)...? ..... inc.IV .
first recommended the ?
degree<< to
house of "detention of suspects, the : quallity not quantity, is what will count (fore quarter) .............$rZd1OC.Pork .
mercy of the court, which, under the whole amount of which will not exceed (hind quarter) 1245.
;>Cf' law of the Plate, will imprison him for 10.00 that the result achieved by the the most. (f lore quarter) :::::::::::: S. :
T4 who ; I The Ameracan Pomological Society Northern mutton ............ :
life. -prisoner, during the lat. Board has been of incalculable l benefit to has been III existence for many years, Florida ............ ;. WatcIIIl8Q
ter days of his' trial wan wearing a care. this county and also to the State, III protecting but thii will be the first meeting held! Northern round steak ...?....... 2I1C.
and look seemed I : .AlII and Surloin ............ .
dettpondunt to
1, worn receive her borders from yellow fever is :" k.log's
: In the South and it is to be that
the verdict with fllol 3llndUIt'r.i hoped Head cheese ?.......... IVno..
s < freely admitted by every one, that "this our i people will bestir! themselves and Bologna ....,.....? lie.Stiot .
em-f. The cate JIM been one of unusual result ban been accomplished at the bam ............ .
all of the benefits that [be ob-
Intereetaud the court-room was crow dt-d! cmalltft possible, expense is aid I ) admit, I reap ained i from It.Ocata can l'Ialljlile Pigs feet ?................1052Oc()<;IV.:\ 2..::ui:>> :E 1Ut: .n JJI3)I:
an the trial. lllitchton in Inch ?
during w
ted. With what justice I hen the allusion. .
Eggs (per dozen) s .. ......... :8.c.
the murdered' man, Jesse A, Marlow, resided to the Hoard of Health by the Brand
Being Advertised. -r-
and was highly respected and I honored jury, and its accusation of extravagance
A' as'a moht praise worthy citizen, was Is made we leave to a grateful public to raunoA .nIII. nl11bos. P. GARY, M. D A
largely represented and gave the utmost. judge We may say, however, in conclusion Ocala, Fla., will soon be the scene of Complete Stock of
attention to all the evidence in the case. that if these grand inquisitors had two events of more than ordinary interest PHYSICIAH AND KCBGEON.
: It appears at Iwst so reported to us, that devoted their energies to the rigid scrutiny and importance. One is the opening -
tho evidence. in the case developed the of those violations" of the law which I of the Florida International andSemiTropical Rooms Agnew & Gary's Block, OCALA. Gents''
fact (If uot.it is common trt'et talk) that are' right before them, (instead of going Exposition on January 29.! Twenty-Mven rea".' experience in r orida Famishing
Hodge's arrest by Mitchell, the marshal outside of their jurisdiction to attack a The Exposition will show what Florida Diwanes l d">Jnn.tin JsnlO.Hly

t of Cedar Key, was n concocted plan between body that has rendered such signal services U doing in jomological, horticulturaland
a the and the marshal, agricultural products, as well as
prisoner so to the county the result would Goods.
f' tertaitlwaeliodgoobeingacquittedihes ) i have been more creuitable, themselves utilizing and developing her timbers SHAW & WALLACE,

tttood trial, whereby the former was to and probably more beneficial to the and mineral; The e'l.p08itlonlrountllt
surrender to the latter, and the two"di vy public internals. contain 40 acres, anti the main building
on the reward" of ISM and that the The amount appropriated by the in 300 feet front, 150 feet deep l and 53 feet =
I __ marshal did not arrest the prisoner on County Commissioners, of Inch the nun 'p -ak. The exposition will continue until Contractors READY MADE

a one of the islands ofT the keYt but that of t23 .flJ remains unexpended| is May 1. Theother event is the assemblingof wand
he had been Binding me in the I'JOOO ; the city of O'allhas l'Xpt'lllft1ftro the American 1'omoloirical (Society in
cedar swamp chopping timber. It now and I made a further appropriation; that city on February 21, the Bewaion to CLOTHINGTailoring
appears at least by general report, in amounting to f!*>.0 for future use during continue three days. It was tint intended
which one of hicouncil)loin, that :Mitchell the balance of the fiscal year; the mini( to hold time session in Sanford,
did not tote fair with liaise when K.: W. Agnew A Co., of Ocala, has ex beginning February 6, !but it was found -----Builders -

Jitt turned him over to bhvrilf Williams pendcd K>00 ; the firm of Clio. Uhein necessary to change both the place and
and got his reward, but stuck the wad in auer & Uro., of Ocala, $;i<$0 ; I Ion.J no. F tho date The American Pomological Department Unex-

his breeches' )rockets! lit out for lunar Dunn, of Ocala$100 ; Ir.11.1'. IWhards: Society wa organized in ISIS, and' haheld OCALA, celled In Fits and Prices.
e1 Key, and left ids unfortunate prisoner to of Ocala. $123: ; Orange growers.of Orange hit'lIlIiatlllt'tljlonllln various elite in : : decal.1m
console himself bet' he could l.ake. t&SO, making a total of f.VA. the llaMtern: Western and Middle States, JtU.lm
There are many" other interesting aud After diligent inquiry 1 have failed to but, with the exception of Uichinoml, I I1
learn of other appropriation mad \' \ it han not met in any Southern I GO TO STOWARD'SFOU
any made
features in the county other than the abov Thfe reiaratioiiH| | that have 11lt'n : }

c case, such a* the Ocala exjiert's{ testis named which include. all of the various insure a full attendance. It is expectedthat Palace Dim i Store FII'.'5T-CL.\M PLUMBING !

moue, and especially| the answer of Col { for which fund were itcedtHand tjuite' a large delegation from Georgia l
will attend. -1-
Billbchoetliutothequestionsputtohlntby for quarantine':. protection:! .NAnitatioipurposes :} ,
Attorney Uurford, "as to how he JiiconclUMon 1 Will remark .tfmtt the FORT Kiso ATB.STI, : : : Mo.MtzuMA BLOC
!i knew Hod ,"o was crazy ?" "llecause amount used in this county is much less lutlako Intelligence. I ---0-._

Hodge took bottle of whisky\! and for. than that used in many' of the adjomin. Mr. (Henry( Spooner of Boston wai our -Opixtelte Methodist Church.V-
: got to pay for it." The exact location onntle. and )presents tlattcrmg t'U1Il. )lamest arrival I WHOLESALEBetaiJ dlm
of the club-roum, and the colonel'stwists pariaon in favor of Marion J county, w her
and turns, when informed that ho the service has Utu effective and eat is. Mr. John H. Carpenter| shot a six.foottt'r" -.\:\ -:
VMliabloto got into scalding water ifs factory \ a few days aga: JAS. T. LANCASTER

: ho'intiruatea he sold whteicy unlawfully. Tuos. 1', GARY, M.1)., Mr. H. F. Whitman has just completedthe I ,
He did not sell h*> only gave\ it awav.aud' 1're. Hoard of HtHiUh. L ,,f F:. F. l'arptmtt'r' house. Drugs -1--'
that the btewart of the club was YUiani, Attest : J. 1'a Ihluv.M! ,,,5 and he knew Ilod e was a member of rattler on exhibition at his rwuKnce.Humor -ALL KINDS OF- LEADING ) EAL JWTATE PE.VLEE.

r the club, because he saw a club tld.tif. One I lesson wa enough for Mcniphi that arrangements are Inorlhe
') sticking\ out of his pocket etc., etc, but says OILS, STATIOXKUY: TOII.UT I -
\ Her men of brains put e"'ra reut to progress ( opening of the Eastlakehouse. ,
'.time and pace>mty halt. work the very next day after her healt ) .\SD--J 1 OCALA, : : : : ; : FLORIDA

!1'J ;:' was ollicially declared' restored* Thor! Mrs. Mautthi! and grandson, of Ocala, ,
.. At the roqunst of Judge D. A. Tardee, faith was great their work greater, amid ,ent last fcunday with E. T. Carpenter FANCY ARTICLESIn dtCJJ
p Judge of the United' Stated court, Judge hence they hung out the motto: "lIe and l family.
'.i" Emery .fIlCf'r, of the Southern district who dallies is a dastard-he who doubt building Complete Stock !I'' GEORGE McKAY,
will coto Jacksonville is damned." Mr. Mariol Kelly contemplates

4_, .1. the latter partlof the month to hold a For want of a nail, the shoe was lost ; a residence on his big grove on Prospect -0- 1 ARCHITECT AND BUILDER,

term oC f.'Ourt.' for want of a shoe, the horse was lost; street. DESIQX3 AND
'J T for want of a horse, the General was !lost ; I thought a few items from Eastlake! We i handle none but the finest br rids oft elil' ESTIMATES

, Rev. IlutfhO. Pentecost Gaye that sbofrfuiw for want of a General,the army was lost ; might interest your many readers. Theyare Ueadgnarten for w&u Paper and1paM eli Seeo1L -FuroUhed on *rrHc&.tton_

\ In the South and } in the for want o/ an army, the city was lost as follows t WBIOIIT A j-BAZfcn o
5 decide election now-s-Ji)'" We Respectfully submitted to our Sanitary Mr. 0. II. Paddock the celebrated Onc.-Ram&l'CK ,

... Save North nerw wen a -hot gun uwd at any Inspectors who are hereby earnestly 4mportuued painter of Booth Lake their\ made UI a Pnuo8
, \. election In the South V.. A to make the ap ication.4i flying riait a feif days &iO:00" sa FLORIDA.
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Semi-Tropical Exposition I! >0

-This Exposition, incorporated under the laws of the State of Florida, will open atY -- '





This will be an Exposition of Pomological?! Horticultural and Agricultural products of FJoridlnnd her soils: timbers, \\oo(K:! minerals and live stock, and in addition articles f j
and products of general interest from all States: and countries. Entry is open to theworld for the display of its products. Xo charge for entries uor : "spaco for the product or It
manufactures of Florida.
The United States Experimental Station for improvement and development of lroductl'hHti l>110U04! to this section has: 1 been located contiguous to our exposition: ground "
I-We invite exhibits of all descriptions, particularly those pertaining to the arts, mechanics and agriculture, guaranteeing uniform i-ourtesy to all exhibitors.

CASH PREMIUM LIST, $2,600. :". .I

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\I GEORGE W. WILSON, President. 1\'1t. FOX, First Vice-President. DR. II. KNIGHT, Second Vico-Prestdent .
r t C. CAMPBELL, SR., General Manager. G. S. MAYO, Treasurer. J. O. CLARK, Secretary.


The ierchants'' National anli{ I I I Qrnc FiIst JationaI I E po-r Ul'llg) l .ar t.. I.l,


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SURPLUS CAPITAL :jooo.ooJNO. Paid Up Capital, Authorized r
.$50,000. $ rl bl
orricr.us I I I ; !and Low Prices.
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established in our new and elfgant Bank building we nre Jarfd to guarantee ., '
Being now :
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General$ati faction Banking to all.business, transacted.. Exchange bougfd' and told. I A. :lv.1cJNTYEE. C.l.oJJEn.SURPLUS :: 3iu.81-M. ., };1;.,'
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One of the finest and Ixt t''luipIluinkinLt| | l housed the State Oil tw.1 l )rl4e'I'I( ,
E. I'. DTS 1trKF.S. bank. We have pftecial: facilition for inaUui';: IUtiuii6.)n all acufMible) i>
O. F. PUNK, J.A. EIN!TKIX '\'e11I extent) every courtesy and favor t<>our cnxtonuTH. mimiftfnt N WAR E
CIIAS.IIIEINAUER HARVEY KNIGHT,, WM.: .AXDKRROX> nankin ',ami shall five proniptand; careful attcntioi! to all liiiHineHHentriiHhMl. ) .
L. :M. TII.-\YEn; We solicit your BANK ACCOUNT and all business In our line
guarantee entire satisfaction._ ,
pw D. McCOXNELL .f
CORRESPONDENTS / ls Blilllls's
COKRESPOXDKXTS.Rational : Importer & Trailers' National Hunk: Now York, ; ,

Park Bank of Xtv York. .Mneru-f Motional Bank of Botton. I outhern Bank of Georgia, Savannah. ..
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A'dtioitaBnnk of .Vjrannafc Urorgvi. -
Mercantile Banking G>w;>a;.y, Atlanta. Lou.IUilk Banking Gnn}>any, lAuwxllf., Ay.nwlO89 *oy Special CorrcHpondeutH in all important cities in the AV'ctst.
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oaIai Jiews Depot i -THE-. -LEAW IN THK-- I I Xcw\\ Jewelry\\ Store & CO.
Finest Llvury in tue City Shin('$ replete with \'l'r '
: his line.! Call and! (
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Jewelry\\ Strings for Musical 1N''
STOCK. All Work oil repair of.locks: nod
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LINE! dRho 's Old '
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Prices I IOf D'axrl8Te_ --.-.. ,
I. Repairing u Specialty, -0141.&U IS-
any store to Southern Aare the tnnst Inznrloui a otntments and hut ALL KINDS OF J.
members roomi rm tb SUM of Florida. I
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to call and inspect their otto*In eon' t andX. Twr IJITIT twricnoif 01 THIJ*
sm useR $"*Mtrchanu'>atiooal Bank Bolldlnf, Oala! -(LOCATED ox win SIDS!; OF SQOAutmsLbe)- STUCK XD low J>*iii. FI.A, ;r
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The following splendid showing of the CJI.d o.t
} c growth of Ocala .for the year 1883, which .
readers New Year's 1,1 i : 0'f I. Ot
we gave to our on I \. .
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day jand for which we are Indebted 1 to ; t : : 1 '
Mr.N*Nathalia,Is worth reproducingand) :1't I '
. -', which we do for the purpose of correct .. ,
.f ing any inaccuracies that may be foundIn : .t c

it. If any inaccuracies have been .. ... S.

made, or improvements omitted! wet It., 1 crJ
t g .' hope, that they will\ be pointed out to us ;. : }
ii I; as the article will appear in a pamphlet tIj

I ; which we have in preparation and 1 theM .. ,. ., '
statements of which we want to have .
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Ocala Water Worki...._.......... ...?..........STi.ono 00 pp
i Int. andBcml-Troplcal Exponltlon........ 30,000 m
r Ocala House Improvements.....M...........? 25,0(1000
Merchant National Bank................. jx.ooo 00 :5. tJ
._ D. A.Miller....................__.........?...... 13,01019 0S. j.
c' Btreet pftTlng Improvement................. P,0i)0) I do
C. Rhelnau t r Broi................r.........._. lO.oiiO 00 ;
City Mark*.............._.... -.................... /,010< no' 1'.
W.C. Jefford_.................................... 6wo 00 k 't i
Electric Light Co..........?........r............... 9,00000' ( ) ,.\. ,, 4,1 t ",0
Dr. R. D. Thotni on.M.._..................... 5,01000 j .. ; 't', a :' ; .
D A Miller residence............................. 8,5 R. L. Anderson residence....?.,............ 8,5110< 00 D
J 8. R. Blrdm>r, ftoal lclence......................... 3,5010)( ;
"' ... Dr. Del UeAt. ronldence.....................,.... 3,"')' 00
Wm. Pox residence.............................. 3,611000\(
D. O. W. Pmlth.. ruse nwMenre!........... 7,010011(
Colored school building..........>........... 5OiiO 00
Dr. Moody nwldence...................... ...... 3,010 00
T.W.'J1*!!!!residenee......................... 2,1011) l5)(
t .. ..... ..._ dO .
! IM butter, r. (tJeuc e... :: 2,50000
II. W. Chandler residence................... 2.010 W9,15X -- 5'm I
ln Yonge Bro!..._....._.......................... flU .
E. W.Agnew, Improvements.................. 2.101 ''MI 5'r
S D. E. Mclver.__....._......................... IIMIO 110I I 'f'' ; ; ..
E.L.Koot.....................-.................. 1,5110( 00 j ,. .' !
I G B. late.._....._..........._..........._. 3,00' ) 00 I .J .i 1'1 ;
T J. W. Noedham, ............ 1.510) 00 \ IJ "J': '1 ; ;
r, Herbet Andcnon................................... 1,5X\( 0)j ...
j s 5 R. Eo Walhen.... ...............................-_ 1(00 IMI I
F. C. W. WllHami..-...__.................. Iru 110 .'
J. O. Reunion, Im rovemenl.l................. 1,0100)) '
I,,,, C. H. Brewer..... ............ .....-.......:... 1,05)151' ) tr
."".n-1.....: .. E. 8pnoer..................._.................-.. l.t1O 110I' J
t : EplMotml Church.. .......................-..... 1,051(5) J
W. C.Je!'erd!................................... ..... 1111': 00
,;:S,:' Bollock ..............-............. 1'U'' flO
: :' W. 11, Challle........._.....................-.... 1,01000 .
,4. Ray Bullock: ..................._.................... 1,0100) .
4. Dr. J. C. lVrine....._....................... .. 2r10 (97)
: John DoclerMontecuma.....-................-.................... l.i'lI tlO i I
';, Improvement..?-.............. 1,41(1) tIO COH
: M. M.Little......._.._.uu......-..........-. 11I10 OIl .. '
n. a. xxt.........!...._....._....._..-.... HIJO (IIICo 'rx.T
4 S Rblu .uer.two oottarOl.............-...... 0100) .' 1. t. ...
Otl Gr*n._.... ......_..... _........-....... 700(5) ..' .." "' "
+ Col. E. Badger.................._.................. iOO 00 ;E
F. tl. Boyuton...._...-........-............ 601110)
O. W. Martin, residence..........-........... 1,05)15), / .

Total.."............- .........................,.f 55)uI) I : :.,r.i.IIRRIGHTa ;. :.
IJIHk Out for Healpcrut '
f On circus day vet, tickets from the
+ '" regular ticket wagon, and not from pod-' boa &ffasflLeaders
1 lers. The latter are generally fakirs,
who sell the circus ticket m'f'lvIt a ..
blind to swindle the public in making ,
.. change for bill of largo denomination.lUngley .
t & Co.- have none of t that clans
with them, and sells- all its tickets from in

the vi,, on. ____ WILL OPEN JAXUAUY
J ao, 188i
t a Dr.S.1(1,1'rovenle, of l Lake Weir, will
at the Baptist church this evening
t preach
't "t on "The Ultiwintr* of Chri'tiann.! THE OCALA
S ( S The public are cordially invited The In Peeking to get tho beat and most HOUSE. DRY GOODS
Doctor is an eloquent man and we trust
'r that he will have' a big house. for your anoney, I I

The counter is l inir put In position

r : 5 S and in the it Is new truly Merchants U-autiful National piece of workmanship Kink. -Dl'T- The Leading Hotel of the And
1S and a work of art. The fur General
niBhlll of this institution when completed -
X45 will for surpass anything of the R U RIGHTIn *
a kind in the State. Merchandise

Our state Presidential elector, Ilobert
S A. Burford, Esq., got It'tIn: going to Tallahassee selection of a trading place ? UNSURPASSED IX APPOINTMENTS TO ANY IN THE STATE! The
Delivery "'a
\ and another man gambled on in charge

i his place. ____________ You bay you trade with I 1 or Mr. J. M. Lawson will call

The southbound F. S. train was an ROWELL ? I orders every and morning early. Save your
rave the
late today.Mr. walk toLANDJTITLES town.
., hour
Thoroughly Repainted Inside and Out I doo81Sm
Sid Jeffords of BrooksviHe came -0-
-D- -
I r up to the city to-day.


the place to buy your groceries.
r *. I II. ZACIURIAS-Proprietor. I 1--L I -
d Sldeclm

1 r .; i ran and examine their fine stock
t, ,r( ,'. and stet good work at reasonable pri ee. WELL'S is the place for the MM MMMW I I -
'.:: '.. d aideclm Best and the Cb peat. He IS1HB PLACE 70
N. : After February 1st Prol. K. C, &rbl1r'w111 has the only 6ho\ Storein FOB Tux Ann TO ; J : : L. M. THAYER, MAHJIQUU GET TIlE FACTS
be to an engagement to drill
open -1-
And direct a choir or lead co i!reg tloualBinslng Marion: CouAty. OCALA, FLOBJDA.
with voice or comet Term low. 11aI1..... ': teflMl I Omcw, : r Ocw >tI

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