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Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala daily banner
Daily banner
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Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Banner Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Ocala Marion County Fla
Creation Date: January 21, 1889
Publication Date: 1883-
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
daily (except sunday)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 17, no. 12 (Aug. 25, 1883)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for 1884 later called new ser. vol. 2.
General Note: Editors: T.W. Harris, F.E. Harris, C.L. Bittinger.
General Note: Description based on: New ser., vol. 2, no. 14 (Dec. 1, 1883).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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OCALA, FLA., MONDAY, JANUARY 21, 1889. ;
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THE tLORWA IX-TJSKXATIOSAL AXD SEMi-TJwJ'Ic1L: EXPOSITION SUNDAY IN OCALA.Thr .
I ability was wo"derful ; a great teacher CITY & COUNTY :'l.-
-------------- ------ preacher and friend to all the worldandr "
---- -- Baptist Divine Were the DrawI DIRECTORY I ;
>nr, struggling students in particular.He '
I log Canln.As .
was known and* loved' outside of his" C'-TY
I announced in three columns, the denomination The eminent Rabbi OFFICERS i a

i Baptist preachers attending the convention :Moses, of Louisville, was his fast friend, (Major'lcrl" --8.Dr..1,lbo Iinl'oi'k.. I'. parr r
occupied all the pulpits In the city and paid him one of the most glowing M.U.hll-4'. \ K: luau, v,
I except the Episcopal: Dr. Dickinson, of and b't\lttifull'\Jlolllt' extolling his virtues 'plJ''lOI'-.F, I' (ill"".,".

Richmond, a man of goodly l physical of ht'all\lhl heart, and manly and Trcwunr Arwwnr-n, .Mrlrrr.U.I Snowden; ,
projxirtions, preached in the morning at noble character that has been"pro. 1'rtO.lent of Oiiinrll-Jno. K l\inn. '
the Baptist church to a crowded house., noun<'t'd on the great man and published IVwniof AWernien )0'. I>LU )0:. \V. Anew t;. Y
Without wasting time on the text, we far and \\ide. The resolutionswere J. T. Uncuftcr. Jolm A. Knw"U. t!: I.. n'lI\, 1(1.;
Smith II. \v. di"ll\l1l.'r ,
I Brown and \ .
v. ti Mar-
will say that the great man found fault unanimously Adopted and will be shall. i'to,: seep
with Christians and church-gt.ers in published in the "Ill' 'nt'8s. haniUrr IiupifU>r-W, T. KliiR. ,' : k;1', l
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I general for their fault-finding: with the In the! evening the i popular and efficient COUNTY OFFICERS. ,r
preachers. That it "IbO difficult to }president Do land universitypreached (\>IIUI, Jintjro- Klclmnt McOmnthr.. t

suit en'rvont'-One taste\ demanding: a very eloquent and brilliant rouniv(1ork-l J-hcrltl-K; T.\(' 'lIt.Il1..r.! :
1 1r logical facts, the other eloquent appeals, sermon to a good house, notwithstanding Am..NM>r-J C. Mathews .
etc., but the minister Mid he wanted theexponent ) the inclement weather ('olh"'lor-ll. T w Ditmann, Citra
of Gospel truth to electrotize Tide closed the exercises of the conention. Tri-amircr. K. I'/lm. 1
r t and thrill him with the glories and precious \. i'a7ttc,1'IcnitngGnr SuI'vrlutcndeut of. Public U\H'tioii-M.. L. \\
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+ things of the Bible. To create a --- ----- County; t>iinml: ;..|iiiii wee'S
fJ faith in the hearer that would develop The nftltI..t Convention. Tranthain 11I"'n1'he, M 1. II. )(011. 11'. S. IVrrtu W. 1'. Wll-

the largest, broadest and highest workin Ifpffititly titportrd Chi lMuly Kunntr.BATCKDAV l'ollnlT)11I111 111II10 lit'r meet the first Mont -
the Individual effected. At the close < "jp In every month. 1jjfi
of the sermon, a collection was taken up *FTERXOO.V. School l IhMM-K. l K, !lards! !I. T. Wartmaun, .
M. S. MoNvr, A. K, drimu. P.1. IMirtww.
--- -,., ,-- ,------ to cover a deficiency of $450 In the report The convention met according to adjournment Schtnl! ItoHrd mecca first Monday' In every month.
of the state hoard, and he called on and after prayer the discus, COUNTY t eant
WILL OVER .I T OCALA FL I I., JAXUAJiY 'Oth.' HM any one present to stand up and say he II soon of the report on periodicals was con P'csldentirr.' DOARD T, 1'. C ry.OF HEALTH. epuU

__ __ n__ ___._ _n would eve $100./ About that time theie! tinued.Dr. Secretary--'apt.; K. KI.-haM.m- --" }
I seemed as much sadness! in the" pocket E. C. Hood remarked that he proposed t, l>r'l: j):A. Hmitri, \tbonl. Momra,
M. ii
I'I.OIUHHT.TJ': 1IO11TICUL- .MiwiT and lull Irvin
BUDGET OF HOME NEWS I books of his audience as there was { to maLe special efforts to send the
-- -- TUIlAIj SOCIETY. gloom and despondency in the lowering ]}a)>tit WitneM to the itdorinl l preachers. BOARD OF TRADE. ,


.. Editor. I I clouds that any moment might drop Rev. J. K. Numally, of Kentucky suggested )Vice'n..ltI..nt-J.I'Ml.tont-H.> )'. Imnn. .
L. flITTINGtRClty A. WfHthera.Hocrvtarjr
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There will be a Hvial| meeting the their regretful tears. Notwithstanding i that the pastors make thorough -Win. Fox
-- -,---- -. -- -- - Florida State- Hoiticultunil I Society at I I the fact that no one drew his check for canvas of their fields of labor for then Itnard ofll."rllont-A. P Man Jr., C. Rholnauer Y
The Chicago Restaurant will be open Ocala, oii TUl'I"lhlilt'" I'.ltii day of February i:100 to assist! in the good work of con.'ertig \ tlC.t3A. Rev. ".. N. Chaudui gave some Jno. K. luiun:: J. II ...m. B. A, b
all night after January 24._ 1889, for the purpOM-of: completing \ the world, the collection was a good advice in reference to. both support. weather, \\m. Fox AND and H W. Moody.OUILDINO '

and the arrangement tor welcoming! the' i liberal one. ink, and managing a religious pa| er. LOAN. ASSOCIATION ri'reaidentC
, Fran Oysters, by the pint, quart American We dislike to leaviug ,
Pouiological Society, which pee persons! The last named report was then ,
gallon at Loburn'i; Chicago Restaurant. meets in biennial session It the same church before the close of services, because adopted.Rev. 1'nstdent-l.1 H. Wllmer.Vice Hvlout' it.htvictary ,,

Don't miss the rarallat !:30 Tuesday place on the follow imr day. they don't'illh: to contribute. I.. D. Geiger, of esburg.( red and TfftumrorIxnila .01. ).
Minstrels.See During the! forty years of ils existence, Why, friends, your l giving is voluntary.No .' an excellent report on Sunday schools, hoard IttrtTtort-J. T. U nc* ter. Isaac( r '.
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Young's
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by :McCabe pheni I. Crown, M FUhcl.' A. K. Dv'luuoNt, II. 1>.
the American in it. We that
Pomological Society, has compulsion! regret which was amended, discussed and Zacharlaiand R. A. Biirfonl.
the drill by :McCabe & Young's never met South of Richmond, Virginia; the gentleman with the |20 bill could adopted. OCALA RIFLES .

minstrels. Eight; Druur-Majors and full so you can sue that a rare compliment not find any one to make the change. so The report| woman's work was read C.|>utn--h.
band wan |paid to the HorticulturaliMs of FlorIda as to enrich the basket! with 26 tier (cent by He,'. John McKinney, of DeLand First Lieutenant H. MrCininell.Hrcon '; 1", :
: of when, in 1887, at BOfo-tOI'1 it was voted of it.The who made a very strong apjH-al for t the <1 Uvutvnant-P.. K, Wllllamt vKorty a 1l
l Geo.-ge Cone, of lielleview, was, lie one uiumimoutly: to meet in Florida in J J8&. ; -sclrool titr'ict'st're support of this department nf Christian! MemWrii.FIRE !('
the special city police Saturday was In the ordinary course of events we ; slimly attended, owing to the excessive labor. The report! was further discussedby COMPANY ," '"
on the circus ground keeping the peace. cannot expect a recurrence of this meet. rainfall, but proved very interesting, and Rev. Paul Willis and Rev. J. C Porter blt't-T.Xorrnmn-1 Mnurlfe) Lanratiter.Khelnnutr. ',1 y;'

river boat service ing of eminent American Pomolngists) in ; the addresses made by Revs. Willis, MoKinney and, then adopted.Prof. Klr t awlNtant" -UniiiVolk. \ n\ ,.
The OcklawHtia our midst'for it will be and Dickennon were admirablein 8econd *i..'li'>inntU.. Manhall. .-t'
should be read h'er'vlle who desiresto many years ; >o J. F. Forbes read the report| On i Keerrtary-J. II. Mullett.
down I this incomparablestream. superfluous to urge upon tau Horticulturists their tone, scope and interest! awakened nominations which was adopted. i Teiity-nri nu'iuU'fi.!
take a trip to turn out in lull force and give among the Children, RH well AH Upon motion of Rev. S. :M. Provence, HOOK AND LADDER .
COMPANY.
them a right royal welcome. grown: people. Rev. Willis spoke of the the convention telegraphed its condolence 1'resldemt-Abram Palmer,
The McCabe & "Young's genuine Ethe-: Persons can become members of the great; inestimable and superior| privileges l to the family and friends of the foreman W:IUt Menu.A I ,
opian minstrels will give a first class Florida State Horticultural 5'eha! ,y bv enjoyed by the children of todayover late Dr. J. I'. Boyce, President of the *lnUit. -WHU, HkhartUon.. 4
mt'lul'r.
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entertainment at the Opera lIoU Tueb' fending one dollar to the trt'8"1nrer'I. B". those of a generation ago in every Theological Seminary, Lnuisvillr. Ky. ;"
evening.Mr. Anderson, of San Mateo, and thus' be particular, and in none more so than in The time! for the next annual meetingof LULU LA LODGE, NO. as, I. 0, 0, F, '
day entitled to excursion rates and such the facilities of becoming acquaintedand the (Xn'ention'M changed Thursday (Mrt'tI every Tuewlay even .

James Turner, of Bronwn, the courtesies as are the Ilt'rqulo.ltes of mem studying God's words whose benign before the 4th Sunday in January W. It. (Challl.. S, U. ]

owner of the Duval Hotel, at \ackson- bership. Dn>LEv W. ADAMS, '' influence made them better men and 18' 0. The chair apK| >intvd t the cum A W.vlnltliiK M. Phtlll!brolht-nioirdUUy| Secretary uiTltL 4 e

ville was a, delegate to the late Baptistconvention n-bident.! women as they arrived at that age Rev. mittens to rt'llOrnoxt year. OCALA CHAPTER NO/ R
G. L. TABOR $ almost entranced those 13, A. M,
t-ecretary. McKinney Jrtls.cnt Adjourned till 7 in.
Fla. Jan. with beautiful of read f' cola Chafer{ \ No. 13, R, A. M. CotiToratlona a to.
Tangarine, 5,18S9. the
description Rev. t;. M. Province l the report{ of Bm Monday night In every' mouth 1II
Ret. D. B. Farmer went to Leesburg Christ as the Rose of 8h tentleman Christian work in the State, in which he w. Lose a. r.
Saturday evening' to till Rev. Geijser Florida Tobacco.We is a finished talker, and his Ian. {ertinentlv commented: lie said the J. 8. )1'11.\11&, secretary. '

pulpit, who remained in Ocala and had a few moments of interestingchat guage<: is chaste and exquisite as the ennobliiiK eyes of the world were drawn hither .

preached here. this morning with Professor Moodyof and lovely subject upon which by the nonderful' climate we iiossesHrd, .
Lake City, who attended the session 'he dwelled with tenderness, sweetnessand and the church must' be Prepared to &
The Duke of the Ocklawaha and Cha the of the convention, and who 19* also pathos' Dr. Dickenson made every meet these |people with the, priceless, BENJAMIN FOX?
Murat of Marion county, General largely interested in tobacco culture\ in body laugh outright;, in church in the word of God.

Gibson, of Grahamville, mniled on everybody his! section of country, and had specimens striking l peculinrtietj and pictures he Rev. Davis, of Lake City, made very
in town on Saturday.It of cured leaf grown around hiM drew of the young men of IGand 18, who acceptable address to the ladies present. a
genuine Baptist will city. The professor said he had devoted pose in front of the entrance to churchesand I Rev. Mr. Provence acted as salesmanin -- ---- .

. rained with a and: evenii.g.senouslv the past five yearn to the cultivation of Sunday-school, but do not go in because I disposing of a Ifautiful quilt for the

Sunday afternooon rolnto church tobacco in Florida, and felt confident it they have outgrown that field of benefit of the Cuban missionary! Miss The
' interfering wit tJ't'ople'fj the audiences\ were was the coming industr of the state, a* useful and instructive labor, vigorously Minnie Diaz who was the first' worker Holidays are Past !
and in consequence we had soil and climate in >>ur favor, brushing their upper HIM. with their fin- in that field employed lby 'her church. Ata
not ]large. which was a large factor in its successful gem, but for the life of him he could' not late hour the convention Ijoul'lleli .." ... --- ----..

Rev. )Ir. Savage, of St. Paul, Minn.:, a growing. He piedicted that if our see what they were attempting to eliminate f
visiting brother to the convention, made people would take the interest the from their precious persons. lie I Yesterday a Pinkerton detective Till: IU.'HII JH ovim.Vo : .' '.

the BANNER office a visit Saturday even mailer which its iiiijortani-e. demanded, impressed upon the young! middle-tiged swooped down on Mi. J. K.: Tipton, telegraph .
lie came here for his health and and learn how to cure it when grown, and old people, that the! more they study operator at Port Tampa.
will that within fire it would the Bible the more precious It tjwnmfs "Tip" \ have wttlcd down .
remain with u* this winter. years bring ; ) was wanted! for robbing a safe of fl 15/KK) to strict busin j'
into the state a revenue of nOt less than and the greater their zeal in that direction .
in Iowa, HO the'famllA! Jonrnnlot the CHH and butdnoHi
says
moan
Miss Jeffries, formerly of Armstrong, $;5,000,000.' The section around Lake to rear to themselves. its storehouse 15th intt. This individual' was ]located at we.

Cater & Co., of Baltimore, now with the City had demonstrated that the plant of peerless treasure Word tamely Welshton last summer, and opened a in what we Hay.Wo i
well known house of Miss M. L. Brown; can be succefully grown by the producers carry the real impart, meaning and force real estate' office and publishtxl; a up
will leave in a short while for a trip' to taking the gold medal at all expositions of the good octor'i words without his the interest of his business, which paperin

N t Baltimore, Philadelphia and New York. in the country for the best leaf tobacco apt illustrations and acting. brought him many Inquiries and dollars have a Largq Stock -
to select spring millinery. Look out f)r suited for cigar-wrappers, grown Following children's meeting tune for which most of the senders got indifferent
a grand display in spriug styles. auy where. At the Cincinnati exposition the Rev Dr. Boyce's memorial service. returns. Ills career there wan
last fall two gold medals were Rev. Mr. Provence a series of resolutions i
but short lived and
The McCabe & You",'* minstrels, 33 awarded the Lake City leaf tobacco,over prepared 'by the committee, setting meteoric went out in darkness, by .uddenlydisap., as such, WiIDressGQoasi4uch e G

members strong will give an inimitable all corners and competitors This is a forth the great services rendered to pearing. between two day, leaving manv
Ethiopian bill at the Opera Hout subject that should seriously engage the the Lorld and the upbuilding\ of the his absence bills ,
I I to mourn by unpaid ,
Tuesday'evening. Remember they are attention of our farmers, and if prosecuted Baptist denomination in the South In one of which the BANNER retain ana _
the Simon' i purr negro minstrels and give *itli judgment and car.,and the leaf j particular, by this noted and distinguished souvenler of his unbusinesslike and dishonest .
a select highly amusing,enters'tieing properly cured they will find it the most divine. Spare forbids us publishing methods of dealing with the ) HH Flannels Cashmeres; *
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and striking performance. profitable crop that can be grown Wesay rame. Addresses were made on the public
and of by all mean, let our planters give it resolutions by Revs. Provence of Lake riettan/ AHxitroff,' etc, colorwl ,
Metrs. Set Indiana Schmyet, a fair trial. Weir Owens of Pensaoula. Gohen of )1 r, Charles Rheinauer, the senior and 1 black. ,
V Evansville are taking a good Sanford: Chevi.. nf Monticello, nn lMosely
t member of the well known diy goods
look at Marion COUl.;)'. hi.B., Ides been the to Looking ices Tobacco Lands. of Lake City. The' first speaker (house of C. Rheinauer Bro., returned ._ .____._,. '
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country around they and Mr. Scrowder, of the extensive tobacco laid emphasis on Dr Boyce'u monument from SuwaMiee Spring Saturday evening I

'all Bellevfew, Anthony, Fellowship will leaf firm of Scrowder, Barnes A Co., ofNew which be II&ld8 the Southern Baptist whither he had been for hU health, -We will offer' thwso
Silver Park, and to-morrow go goods-
Spin 'IJ School and Theological l building of
Eureka .nd York,accompanied by Mr. Morland and in which he found what he
put down the Ocklaw aha river to of Cuba, were in the city Saturday making Louisville, but said he had two monuments had lost by to dose attention to bwInuM.

fn GrahAmville.Mrs. inquiry about lands suitable fotobaccu his great work and manuel ot won 'JrImI1RYV mil YlS

Robert L Anderson was the lady raising. Mr. Dunn took them Theology was his second monumentof Ocklawaba River Boat.

in behalf, of the members around to F. Tomes, our Cuban cigar greatness. steamer Okaouiuk leATe Palatka..... .............
whoa on Friday nude manufacturer, who showed them several Dr. Uohen who had been a life-loot ........)fond.'*. WiKliMndtri, ftitj, V JO a. m.
of the Presbyterian church, a friend of Dr. Boyce'., spoke of him as a Lar tfllvvr Bfnnic, ._.... ... ... Regardless of Clost .
of hi and
greeting extending it cordial and heartywelcome bunches > own raiding curing, ......Tuesdays: Tbursdarallaturdars, t:1lO: a. m. ?
. to the member of the association which pleased them very much and young oran entering life, and the atpir-
I of Glenn- which demonstrated to them that we .liohs. and ambitions that werehis. FlneKtock for Hale
to Ocala. Mi Manly, -To clone
those and '
t;. C.. out for
In l In Charleston get ready
ionded. Both ad. had in Marion county lands admirably day.
Mary College m| Car loa of hares and mole and very
finUhed hU education *
before tie had al
dretoe of of a high adopted for tU Articular industry fine cattle be
are spoken as very Jersey to 101/I'C"heap for
order happily conceived and beautifully These gentlemen also examined the Princeton satisfied, N.until J., be he Mid stood hto would at the never IifadOf twain at Root'. livery ftable. jalfctf nun Bfltl.VO' THADK.We ,
delivered. tobacco grown on an ex;>erimehtal tract, rent
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of four acre, of Meaur Dunn, Williams a great intellectual and educational intitutiou. K. Jo:. YO O"; & C'')... The O Mr. John'R;; Meader, Providence, R. & Rhelnauer which rhowed that we That was bit objoct. purpose, Wll) ,1 ro. 1t1YElyBt! t thaw goods
Laud nephew of the great Confederate have the land that will grow the kinds. and ambition in life, and towards that bent Tall and'examine their fine stock off at wliai \
we for
military leader. General IAn etreet. ar of leaf tobacco BO much sought for and goal he pressed on with a fidelity zeal, and vet good' work at reasonable J'nOtt. and the can get them, ;
CT rived but in Ocala,to spend the needed by the large cigar manufacturersof and enthusiasm thatalwaytbrioiw iu re- d SIdecloi first to select. wf
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winter in Florid. )lr. )(. II a young this country. These gentlemen have: hand and fueoeea. Thi.trait "f ow chartcter have then lit of the
journalist of prominence and a poet ofno gone to CubA but will return in ten day be especially empha.i>ed. Math ..- The Red Grocery, Magnolia street, U T-Large Variety.WV .-
mean ability. He will daring hu sojourn to further investigate the abject of their Ing example toO young men and ralairten the place to, buy your tapper-! *,

or make arraugemenu to give a dialectreading inquiry They are ,looking lor a 3000(: to have a purpose in life. The eminent d'Sldeclm: U.74CSUJul'roJ>riet.or.

3a 'of 1m productions. acre tract. I divine! wu mafij-eided } hU executlve EENS.ANIN.: & c '


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'::: CHUItCHK.S AND THE TOOK. III. DUNN'S IMUNCii/r OFFEH.What provide' health board- and health regu.latious .
lr OCALA DAILY BANNER.\ ,: J uutil then, thenwould not iJ Lineo -l
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the Press has today About It. time before warm weather to Drug
r There was' a "Christian' conference" needed, and to pro
; K. E. HAUK, Editor held at Chief' ring hall last month, not : lion. John F. Dunn, State Senator and health laws a41 are machinery to operate

/'r.. I _aJ V _..: _-=- -.= the first, nor will it be the last, to con. president of the Merchants' National vide the It necessary!I. true that health boards may -
them.
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'j. ,,-i', eider what had best be done to "remedy lank, of Ocala, will give a cash premium the fiver out of Florida, hut
not keep
the Godless condition of New York of $1,000 for the best continuous county make effort! to do so, and THE PLACE TO FIND THEMIS
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city.' The usual amount of statistics xhil.it: from any county in Florida, Marion t they the"clianw- that it will he a micce- AT-

were brought forward, and these' statues county not included ; counties corn. ful One. With good health boards the -
showed that the cause of Christ was eting to select jndires ; no charge!: for protection against
marching backwards in New York state! will he better DR. DELOUEST,
city entries This Is certainly
or space. a it ha., and the ff-fOl.
than now :
the fever |
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at a rapid pace. The statistics: read there, most liberal mi inn arid shows the will be
)pn th" people
inc of amoiv SIDE SQrARE.oCALA .)-
security -W..T
and claimed have been carefully com progressive: spirit of Ocala's live business much stroneei than it is at present. U (
\' '! that in 1840 there was! one I men. We should brf glad to see Old FLORIDA
in part I I
any I I
I'roteslanl there should: (> an epidemic} : t I
church 2000
to every people ; Orange into the rare as! we feel sure she the governor
In 1880, one to every 3,000) ; in 1887, one could' easily win the prhze.Orlon.lo&'ntinrut. of the state next summer he had l been inditrer -8m 81. 8
would not feel 1 that
to every 4,000, or to Be statisticAlly ex reMlhg
Rd. one to every 4,4(54.( Considering the ent to tin- refHiisibility| upon

mount of motley 'aml I labor that are 1. F*. Dunn of Ocala has offered $1,000 him
J by Christian men and women in a.i a premium to the county making the There, i is no doubt that fllll> countyhealth CO
direction of an BIRDSEY Si
OCALA, FLA., JANUARY tlt 13S3. that city every day and in so many hun. I best continuous exhibit at the Ocala Ex. boards, under the san S. R.
board wise
drel'1 way, these statistics are" discoursing. position This action of Mr. Dunn, in eih'pient state health by" doa ,,
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Hut then show a still 1\'orRe. a our opinion, sets at rest the question ofthe itary and quarantine regulations,
Most of the great dillies in New York still more nppalling, feature than that. success of the exposition. When the great deal to keep the state ht'alth\boards --0Wholesale--

are laboring under heavy mort a C8. They show an average of one llquorshop exposition was first broached: it wan It is quite certain that with concealmentwill such & Retail
=-=:=-::-:-===--===- to every 150 inhabitants of that great looked on as rather chimerical, but athe the -tlangerou* policy of

Mr Dick Taylor, an old citizen: of city.New !plans developed and as the li1Jt.rall be illlpo iule. -_DEALERS --
Jacksonville, and for a long t'nmn! conductor York has admittedly the most wltole-souled, enterprising citizens of

on the F. 11. & N.,- die,1 )last t Fri able, zealous' and eloquent preachers in Ocala came forward and showed their The Ocala Exposition.The :

all the world ; the largest number of faith' In its success by their works, the Florida Railway & Navigation H ljlwaI'C ill Gloccrics0

day.Jay Gould bas been ordered South by handsome church edifices ; evangelistsand rest of the world threw up their hats and company will place excursion tickets on d1 (
by the beneficent said all it's to be
his physlcl for tho benefit of hi*' health. colporteurs wore ; "you are right ; going a sale to the Ocala Kxjxijition on January
It is that Mr. Gould will charities on every hand ; yet why I is it big thin ." We tQid'you so ; yes, if you 28th and 29th, limited to February 1st.
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to Florida. that in New York city rum is thirty want a thing to succeed have faith in it The following are the rates : -

times more attractive than religion ? Is rourself and show -Gainesville Advo M OCALA, I I I I FLORIDA

1 Bays the uprightly .lhdropo/u. : Ocala It not I W'au\e the religion preached today cate. rallnhan....:::::::.::::..:::::::::::::: :::::::::::::::::::: %J> 8m 81-M3

is ) and is not the same as the religion Under the caption citrus County'sChance Baldwin.................................................. 2 ?*
honor to the front contesting pr'ach'III with her sister Jack quoteswhat ......,.
bit .... *
Dr. l)ktiison in his 1-awtey... .... ...
r sonville. She is to have an exposition sermon Sunday, the BANNER says about Mr. Dunn's Marke .. .. .. .. ... ...,. ? j
r and a meeting of the American Porno- : said that when Paul and polios, and generous ofler and adds : "Capt.. E. Hampton:.::..::::::.:.:..:::::: ... .j....,::.;.,...... .. J -AT-
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1 '' logical 'ephas preached human nature was Willard requests us to state that the 15 alto .... ..,.... .... .. 50'
Society next month. The futureof
Ocala is very bright. just the same then that it in to-day. Paul lomosesaa company will give 1250 in ad. I Gainesville Orane"H-lghti".V.( .......::::::::::::::.-..::::::::::::::::::::::::: J J 52

and his 'u-laIIQrt'MI preached the same lition to the liberal donation of 1.000 Hawthorne.................................................. ? J'1Khlo.wf
triad tiding that the }-'ounderofChrIAtlanity lion. Jno. 1-'. Dunn provided Citrus .... .-..... ................-.................. } 9
J. Willis Menard, of Jacksonville, ant preached and when lie preached the by Island (.rove................ ..... ....,.......,.... {*?
intelligent and observant colored man in multitudes county makes the best general exhibit. 'lira............... ........................................... 00
poor vast quitted their avocations ..
thlnkri that if the tiwroos. were judicious\ : ........ m. FisneI'sCan
and flocked after Him, so de- .. .... ..
f 4'. ly distributed Indiana, JlUnoum"" Kan. lighted and were they to hear The Exposition at Ocala opens on the Silver t-VriiVgV..V".V''Zir,. !."........................... 50Santnn
i ,Ban Nebraska Dakota, Colorado Nevada, eager Mh!) of this month. Everv mm, woman ......................................,..?.,....,...... "}
Ilim. The
Catifornlaanli other in the West rich stayed away. and child in South Florida in the Belleview ........ ........................... .......... 7?
)points Did this poor flock to Plymouth church yea summertiel.l.............. .... >'
t the U negro problem" would bo solved. to hear the world-renowned Belcher tate at large, should) feel an interest In Oxford .... .............................................. 1 <00Wildwoal.
r it and work for its success. We know ........ ........................... 105
? No, but the rich were there in South Florida Orange Iioroe........*................................... J 10<
j Now that the extra session of the I legislature large: numbor--lalin! the great merchant hat whatever helps" h'lp"tht' RamtxK. ....... ..... ... o. M.. .......,.... 1 i"Montrlair found of the
in called, it is suggested that the prince, giving as. much as $ ),OOO( entire commonwealth, and whatever .................................. ............ ... 12 be one
State Medical be railed to enterprise is shown by any of her citi-! Kocsbuix. ........ ...........*..*, !..*.......,........,.. 12.*
Society convene per[ annum for a single pew. Was that Yen will redound to the welfare of all. Eldorado........................ ............................ 1 SOTavaret
at Tallahassee at the flame time, so not an invitation to the |poor that they ... .. .. ... ... 170
f that the legislators can have the benefit not wanted? Help the ex ()sitioa. by sending[. up all .' : ... 1 50Arredondo
were :
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of their advice in framing wise and judi Do the the kinds of exhibits. Lake county, owing ..:.. ....:.::::: .,. .., I75 I Best assorted selected and
crowd Brooklvn
i |poor to to the of of her wide- Archer. .........................'".. ........................ 2 25 ,
cious 'legislation on this subject. Tabernacle to ht'arr.: Talmage preach? enterprise many Bronson: .............................._.............. 2 lit 1
Not at all. It is the rich that fill his' awake and progressive citizens, will be Otter Creek..................._....._................ 3 00

1 Colonel Shepard, of the next hoard war pews. Talmage is as famous in the I those handsomely should not represented lie left to do there.all of But the I (Klizey'edst'Key:::::::::::::::.-.:::::.-.::::::::::::::::::::::::::: 3 3 00 7S most desirable priced \

h;; is the way the, New York church today as Paul, or Peter, or Apol- I'aiiasofl> kec.................._.........w....._. .12")
now speaks' of the editor of the Mail and los,or Cephas, or Uarnabus, were In their work. Everybody should help and we SumUrville' .................................................. 1 30
' JSxprcst. Col. Watterson of the Courier and his read would suggest that, at the meeting to be BUlh nell ................................_......... 1 50 I II
day, sermons are by vastly heM here Saturday organization St. Catharine........................_..._ .-.?..... 1 ft
1 i Journal and a few other Southern editors, more people Why do not the poor and t on an I DlLde City...............................-................... 2 15
, t are foolish\ enough to act an aid de camp un-Godly of Brooklyn and New York be perfected with a view to not only I LRpoochfe..... ......................_..................... 1 30 Stock ol Dry GoodsIn
to the fierce warrior of the Mail and EJCprcti. cities Hock to hear him? making a creditable display I of the coun- \l1l1ott.............................................?........... 2 50

?________ ____ Beecher received for his preaching. and] ty's the resources' but tonhe" carrying off of Jacknouvllle Plant CUT :::::::::..:::::::?::::::=:...:::::::...... 2 S 30 30

lectures more than a hundred thousand I liberal premiums that are being Micclenny .....?...?........... ..... 2 71)'
'' The Jacksonville Metropolis says that dollars oOc. recl. Ocala's enterprising citizen, Glenn K. Mary::...... .....__....._.....2 75 the
and receive which -
Governor Fleming's proclamation con per annum to Ion[ Jno. F. Dian. has offered in additIon Handenon' ...................... ................. ........... 8 00 City.d .
he had to preach and lecture to the rich ; Metes,.....................................__..........M 313
vening the Legislature in extra session in and in a vein to please and not to offend to there ?r list, a premium of one take City .. .. .. .. .. S 15 81 dec 4 m
ds universally commended. The Metropolis them. thousand dot us to the county making Lake Htden: ::::::::::::::::::_:::::::::::::::::::?...:. -. 3 25

has not seen the West HillsborouglTimrt. the best continuous display. This may : Welboru..... ............................._.....?........ 8 40
Talmage, likewise, is a high*prteed: Hounton..............................................__ 8 50
si : Governor Fleming will catch i its preacher and lecturer and to command be secured by Lake county just as well as Live Oak...... ................?............................. S 60
all around when the weeklies begin to which he must, perforce preach andto not, if time is taken by the forelock" Kllai.llle..........................................,............ 3 35
be heard from for : and the people organize for the Madison.....,................................................. 3 SO
the rich lie is too wise to attempt to purpose Ureenvllle.......,........................................_ 4 00Aurilla
"gather grapes of thorns or figs of furthermore, by such organization, our ...,........................._...._................ 4 10IMftou
The Savannah Newt ,of thb 18th salt th istles." people will not onll go in with fair pros. ..........................-....................._...... 4 :!OIontlcello. latent
; sits of carrying off the "substantialhonors ) ......,............................................. 4 25 ,
that there number of tourists in It is well knewn to all biblical readers [
1' were a Lloyd.......... .. 4 45
that city from Toronto and Quebec that the Clatiins and the Stewarts of ," but they will succeed in making Tallahassee::.:':.'::::::::.:'::::::::::::::.:::.:'.>.::-:::::::: 4 55

, Florida is for their magnificent county a name .......... .. 4 fiO
j 'Canada:quite attractive, en route to to Canadians.Florida. We have Christ's in time His did congregations.not occupy hiithpricetseats They were for all this advantages' boasted and of prospects Florida ma \ 7ii...>....nt. :.:.:':'::.:.:.:.:::::.::.:::=:..,.:...:::::::::::::: 4 470 75 :LJ1JJ: l1 aJ J1g H

r a number of them in this county and we conspicuous) '" for their absence. terial, so proudly by RIver Junction. .......... ..................... 4 35t'hattahoochee
r:'t like them so much that we want a great The text : '' / lay unto you, it i. easier that will live long after this,the first Ex- Rivet........... :...t................ 4 85

,many more of them. Florida offers then for a camel to go through an eye of a needle position[ 0|>ening. Let the people movein Admission Included In tickets.A. O. MiCDoSELL,
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there will be
this matter and no
a generous>lcome. th.anfor a rich man to enter into the kingdom ques General Paaneiiger and Ticket Agent.
1 a a of God," a burning text in that day, has lion as to the final results.-Leabury Com A Complete Stock ofGents'

a High license has cut down the number become obsolete. in ours ; or if preached mercial. Meal tickets, 21 for $7.00 at Coburn's

of saloons St. Paul from, 763 to 361 from at all, it is construed to tnean nomt When In Ocala a few days since we Chicago Dining Hall.

The New York Tribune says that results thing dtf in at thin office of the Inter
.'" like that are ''sledge-hammer arguments, The gospel l in Christ's time was preached dropped national and Semi-Tropical Exposition Fine Texas Horses. Furnishing

High license is not our remedy for intemperance to the poor. The gospel in our time Association where we had the pleasure Two carloads of fine grade northern
i but better high license than preached to the rich. Is New York's .
of meeting Mr. G. S. Mayo. the<< Treasurer Texas horses will arrive next Thursday.
: local prohibition that is not only evaded statistics not the logical outgrowth of and Mr. J. O. Clake, Secretary of the as For hale cheap. Inquire of Goods.

but openly, certainly knowingly violated. that fact? sociation. Mr. Clarke is without Question 19wdtd J. W. PKARSOK.
But we have not yet quoted the worst the right man in the right place.
The Providence Journal says that Col feature, the saddest lesson of those statistios. lie is wide awake and energetic he has TRAVELER'S GUIDE.

'' 'Oaten of Alabama in his speech which They disclosed the startling, appalling a great and abiding interest in Marion -

he will make in Congress in favor of disfranchising information that 237,072 familiesnot county and Central Florida. lie informedus Schedule of the S. S. O. & Q. R R. READY MADE
he might add a -- individuals but whole families-
the negro that he was receiving letters from all Leave Ocala ...............?....,.,......... 7.15 .. M.
plan for the restoration of the States as were living in 32,390 tenement houses. parts of the United States, and Florida HomoMMa......................._....... 4,15 r. jj,
it colonies of Great Britain." Of course. More than one million of human beings concerning the Expositionand CLOTHINGTailoring
especially, F. C. \ P. R. R. (Old F. R. &: N. Line.)
r t' Why not One is about as feasible and Goil's children, made in his own image enquiring about space in which to

sensible as the other. -were crowded into thirty-two thousand make exhibits,&c. On the street we met Schedule.

cheerles, comfortless hovels-not General Manager. Chas.. W. Campbell. OUTH BOCXD.
;,}, Governor; Ross,of Texas, thinks that homes. And as the population increases, lie- informed that everything was Passenger.. arrive In Ocala....................6.07 p. ic.
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a the best possible use of convicts is to as it is being done very rapidly the moving along smoothly, that the work Freight .. ................ 1.45.2.05 r.A. M.111.I Department Unex-
make them work the public roads. That crowding process must become greater.To of clearing up the exposition grounds lOaTH BOl'M.Paenger celled In Fits and Prices.

In just.whatthcr| ought to do. Why lease these unfortunate people who are was pushing ahead and that work was I .. arrive.. la.. Ocala... ...............? 9,07 A. M. dec31-lm
3i them out to make Individuals rich. The huddled so thickly together that they begun on the exposition building. The .... .11.10 r. 111.
a .! State should have the benefit of their see their little ones perish in the summer main building is to be 300 feet front ISO FreighI" ......::.:...... 1.15 A.5.

e ; service. The public roads if they are I like sheep led to the slaughter, and in depth and 53 feet \wk.BellniewBladt. JOHN 8.FRAZIR, GO TO STO\V ARD'S

like they are in 'Florida require atten shiver in rags in winter, is it any consolation t'p Town Ticket Agent.
tion. I for them to go to the churches and The F. S. R. R. Time Table. FOR FIESTCLASa PLUMBING I I1

be told that God in creating the world Savannah New I Boas BOrXD.'auenger .

It is announced that all railroads lead made a miscalculation and made it altogether Health Boards for Florida. P arrlvea I In Ocala ... 1.55 -1-I
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and to Ocala have reduced ::::::
tag Into Florida too small to support in any decree : 8.05 r.: r.:
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,,. their rates to 3 cents a mile for theM of comfort the population that is now Fleming,of Florida, has the courage Fre1ght.. .. .. .... .................... G.if: .. x. FORT Kixo AUNt'&, : : i MOHTKZVMA BWC
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round trip or U cents a mile each way, upon it. That the cause of so much to act in accordance with his convic .1205. M.KOBTH -Opposite Methodist ChnrelLV-
a, the rate to continue In effect during the poverty and suffering is because there tions. In inaugural address he said nooicD.Passenger .
arrives la Ocala................
at this place. it was probable that he would call an 7.15..ac. dlmJ
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holding of the an overpopulation and in order to **
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r 1' This will be a means of bringing in many counterbalance this tremendous mistake extra session of the legislature to provide FresghI".. .. ..I.. .. .!.. "......... VJII) a. 111.a.. a
"' people, who, otherwise\ would' be pre- of the Creator wars and famines are necessary the means for the -better protection of to :.....k..1. 06 a. M.
; Vented from coming and the railroads to kill off the surplus population the public health. lie has called an JAS. T. LANCASTER, I

have displayed i business sagacity to a that the balance may have room enough extra session, and the legislature will MARKET REPORT.

st marked degree in making the reduction.Now. to move and breathe and live. meet }o'ebruary6th. -1-

look fora rush of people Doubtleat there area good many peoplo Florida.< round steak.. (hind quarter)..._... inc.
t "and down tLe Florida Southern road to in Florida will condemn the course of (tON 4 barter) _...".8l41Oc. LEADING REAL ESTATE DEALER.

South Florida There will be those OCALA, FLA. Jan. :21, 185.: the governor in this matter, on the Porkhindquarter" (fore quarter)) :::::::, 12r.. .

+ the exposition to make known Members Marion Q). Medical Society : grounds that there is no such an emergency Northern Florida mutton" .__.... 20e. -1-
LbebeantieeofourIncomparablecountrand to Justify the of an .. l:1e.:
as expense "-""
i ; You re notified to meet at Ocala on Northern o round nak 'JiI1e. OCALA, I : : : : : FWAGEORGE
wicome session but in the minor .N."
Leesbuis and the Lake Region extra they are IA1u and f urloln
...t\ ia for a 1>>11{ share of the rush.- Saturd y January 26th at 1 p. m. to elect it)". The great majority of the people 1101(1 U.wc -ww 20c.: d
.II, delegates to attend the State Medical
.. state board of health -
that itoaugnss.n
r I' believe a 150.
Ar"wera
'. ..i\ /Aaburg association at St. Augustine, on Tuesday =
created possible M
.! ., ought to be as soon as In feetSutg
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29th 1889. T. J, huM 100. ,
January ,
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Trip to Florida In an in order that it may regulationsfor -10@
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''I Vice President.E. the protection of the state against Egg nperdoaea) __ 3.500T" AROH1TEOT AND BUILDEB,
a, Y.}M. One 01 the rarest and finest alihta ever Van Hood Secretary. :21d ltdw (
the
summer.
,), is Florida 011 Wbeels" yellow fever during coming 08. P.' GARY, it. D ,
'; teeD in this cUr The extra session will cost the state DL9IGNS'AxI1BlirtuATEsFuralahsd
" etraet Peoplesrant"sft'aaP
tienauR however
the
at something, but no efforts
: Professor Moody and hu beautiful --
.. who be should be spared to riTIICUX AVD suaasor.Rooms OQ Application
daughter of Lake City were the guests costly they may : -

1.\"i and boar no lunpng the Plm of Mrs. Col. Gary and her accomplished j' keep The the regular fever out meeting of the of state.the legislatureU "'ut,. Agaswa Oary-i Block. OCAUL Ornea-Rumuca---o--g t I: j Ortnf and WxtS> *
-Lmaitttr (FU.J daughter Maud daring the session of the MTOII t'sars'" .upertellCt
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-.t>4. of the wnnT f00 : > Baptist convention: In.,April and It nothing 'were done to DiIeuoee. dllao3m: 1an10lr F'or1d..ir OCALA, Ff.OJUl)

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This will be an Exposition! of rOll1oo) i'al. Horticultural and Agricultural 1 products of Florida and her: soils, timbers, \\"ootll'lnineral4' l\1Ul1ivo Mock, and in addition articles
and products of general interest from all States: and countries. Entry is! open to the world for the display! of its prOlu<'tl4. No charge for entries nor : space' for the prolluets'or'
manufactures of Florida.
The United States Experimental Station for improvement and development of products indigenous to this section has been located contiguous to our exposition grounds. 4
8SrWe invite exhibits of all descriptions, particularly those: pertaining to the arts, mechanics and agriculture, guaranteeing uniform courtesy. to all exhibitors.
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C. W. CAMPBELL, SR. General Manager./ .' G. S. MAYO, Treasurer. a J. O. CLARK, Secretary .



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We will extend every courtesy and favor to our customers consistent! with Bale CIIAS.RIIEINAUER, J.A. EINSTEIN 1'1'1(1 E
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Melrofle, took in the BaptistConv'entLn. .
The former will visit Anthony friemln CJ r-J:
before her return home. ; ," 0 .

Our friend "Little" Moses. of Blue ISO
Sprlncu hat dwiirmed" of hU bnsinesa at ;
that point aDd will move with his family :
to Ocnla: Mr. A. :Marsh' I is the purchaser '. '.
Of Mr. Moves' stock and will continue '
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for specimen copies of the BANNER Satur
1, / day, wanting to know all about Marion H, '
county and the State of Florida. These '
requests come from ten States north of 7
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tw The Ocala House opened Saturday t
? with a splendid run of custom The
't, building inside and out, has been thor- .
oughly renovated and refurnished with .
paint and elegant furniture, and under
the able management Captain Thayer,
i is bound to do a large bn lneM. It ia now J. t:) ,
the equal in all its appointments to any
in the State.

+ We are certainly in the midst of the ,
i winter rainy season' not only in Marion .; .
I county, but all over the State. Mr. : ,
I Waters, of Louisville, Ky., who is upending .2I
the winter with us, and making ob + '
1 t pervatlve tours to other !jorttons, of the
y't State, returned from Kiraimmee last
'} Friday and said they had midi a rainfall i
there that the watersof' the lake had
risen'so an to inundate some of the cane
fields of the St. Cloud sugar plantation,
Y+ ',;g ten miles south of the city. e ; rn l

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i In marked contrast to the order and f"I'...
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maintained last
discipline that was sea
r eon at our public IK'hoolr, })rof. fctreator \ [
k' will not permit any of hw pupils to play .

cattle buildini, hewj of tobacco on the or grounds smoke in during the : ; ,J,... ,' .... G q :0

rules school are'hours rigidly and enforced 1 any violation and punished of the ... : ..., '( ; : ,: ", ;00-

''x The other day one of the boys either for 1r
got or d siredU> show his hardihood in .
violating the rules of the school, In. 2o
dulged in lighting a cigarette on the I n
r play:erouods, which being diauovercd by I '
the Professor, "summarily punishedFriday .' \ .
r; the exercises! included the m
oration' of the boys, What we will be ,
when ware men." )
i 'Atoonsr'other tliln! i naid: )by the \bm .',
who had felt the wholesome law vindicated ;
on his person,that he would never
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smoke nor chew when he bet-nine a man. Inboa 0)H
c For that ,bciy/A sake and all ,his! Hchoolconiuanlous .., ; : '
,,."'e trust the diftcp>.itJnaaoce :
of the uselew habit will begin now and t:1. t y
not refer to any' resolution! that he or (;'
) they may desire to put into effeU at w : .
remote and uncertain a happening| I" '
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k., -0- In seeking to get the best and most! HOUSE. DRY
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for jour money, I
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FANCY ARTICLES R 0 nutRIGHT of the City And GeneralMerchandise

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W.handle none bu the Anent bnndi of cigar In' y. selection. of a trading place? TOBUSPASSfiD IN APTOlftTMEXTS TO AXT IX THE .
STATE
S eadqU&l1enlor Wall Paper.and O&rd\D feeds.l"t The
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You city you trade with Delivery Wagon In charge
.. \ ., J1'I >IK WBIOITT A. FR.\z. m,, ROWELL ? or Mr. J. M. Lawson will call

i' : ) \e SQOAki i 1 't. Ootut.KA every morning early. Save your
,,,,\ i Smll Thoroughly Repainted orders anti save the walk W town
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