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 22, 1889
Publication Date: 1883-
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
daily (except sunday)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 17, no. 12 (Aug. 25, 1883)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for 1884 later called new ser. vol. 2.
General Note: Editors: T.W. Harris, F.E. Harris, C.L. Bittinger.
General Note: Description based on: New ser., vol. 2, no. 14 (Dec. 1, 1883).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Our public spirited neighbor, ThomasJ. I
YOSKKRS, N. Y., J"n.I7, 1889. Barney from Shady Grove, became '.
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Editor Ocala Banner: the happy poxefwor of a share in the Ex CITY OFFICERS ,

, I know of no better of quicker way to })()8.tlon.lr.. Barnes has no laud for. Mayor-t. Tho P. Gary ,
overcome the evil of excessive freight pale, but can already Ace the good eflet-H' flerk-8. A, }hillock
this is M.r h.l-r. K. lull.t'ollcctor.r. .
charges and lela\'son fruit shipments by great enterprise doing.Mr. I'. (ja,li on. ;},
the Florida railroads!'!, than to enlist the Allen of Lake county, was in town AsuarwrD. K. MclTi-r. l
aid of the and Trewiuirr. R.tdiowdrn.
newspapers.I Monday selected space for his county
write not in the interest of any commission exhibit. Mewrn. Carrol and Eich:i nlauu Ho rdof AI411.'rmc-n-J.of'IUIII'Ultl1"! F. 11 an"unn.B. ".. Agncw, i
house, but as a owner:.of 1 liudinyonr did the eamc tiling for Cltnis, 'county. J. T. Lancaster, John A. Kowvh, K. I. toot K.O. ":,( Ct IL
favored countr, and a producer Ina Mr. F. G. Sampon, of Orange Lake, one hU.smith' IL \V. (.hAiullrr, 1. Drown and \\.U. Mtrbanitary t :,.I
small way, of your golden; fruit. All of suucensful t ;
the moat ant Iuwpector-W. T. King.
EiitP shipments thus far have. in bad ,.
NI my romp
in Marion
f li growers county, sent COUNTY OFFICERS. ."
4 L t1k1 1f.F 8hal gays long- delayed ; the last being bin check for one hundred dollars to the CYmnly Jiiilitv-Klrhanl, MrOnnalhy.: ., ,
in transit. I am not alone-your Exposition manager, to aid in the good -I Miller.
sheriff--k. hlt
ell valued citizen Dunn T \\ t
7, ( Col.} consigns to the work of completing the building. Thisis .
AaMsur-J. (1. Mathes..
same firm and I have seen to-day some the proper sjiiiit to display and if all Collectorj j|. T. a'artmann, Cltra.
of his fruit just arrived that came In bad will contribute according to their means, Tn'.atrer-s, H. l"j\r\ *. ,
shale| and had to be revoked. Hui> rlnteiilcnt of Public IUltru<'Uou-M. L.
there is lib such word as fail in the
great Payne, F'1e101ugtm.ounly .
To show the excessive charges and
you enterprise. : l: l'omrat stuucra-1t. W. Ix>it", W. P. d ,
long transiortation as compared with Tranthaui, M. 11. Iou, .'. M. IVrrln, W. I.. Wll- i y
foreign and California fruit 1 enclose a "SPEED TUB rLoroii. lI.ulllun
circular giving charges ansl\ time from Secretary: J. O. Clarke received a lot of The In County monthHhool Commlwlonen. tue flnt Monday $

... .' yl different joints. }plows exhibition, that were at the every JlodM-K. .:. UarrU, !t. T. Wartmann, s ,
W c rr :? The railroads are killing the orange Augusta! exposition. They are from the 'tI 1. 8 >Uwr. A. R. drlftln. P. U Imrl. >e.
industry! fast. The papers throughout Watt Plow Co., of Richmond, Va. &'ho
WILL OPE'X.4T OCALA, FLAn JANUARY, AV>:) the State and the Farmers Alliance Messrs. Bimley, Miles, ., ofLouisville COUNTY HOARD OK HEALTH;: t
must champion the cause of the grower, Ky., have also shipped the I'rt..IIt'lIt-lIr. T.. P.Gary.
K.: 1U KichaH
.. secretaryvapt. *n.
-- -- -- - --- --- ------ lot of their celebrated
----- --- -- and either by legislation or commission- Secretary a plows, MI'WIIi'II-DI. 11. A. smith, Anthony )(carL ea
BUDGET OF HOME NEWS Change of l\lan""l11ent. ere, (U. K.,) compel the transportation!'! and Col. Blimley, who winters DeLand M. 8. MoHeranai). II, Irvin .

Mr. W. W. Conden: o\\'inj to the grow companies to Ue fair and reasonable }Florida will j>ro;,ria personae to expatiateon BOARD OF TRADE. ,i
,,- ing demands of hU business! has relinquished Please help the /good cause along.: the merits of his manufactures.The '. l'I't'III.1t'IIL-J. F. Dunn.Vint .
C. L BITTIXOER.Clty Editor. the management of the :Marion J. M. TAYLOR. new hangers of the Expositionhave > rn-dldpiit-U. A. ""'aLhen.t't #

0fera-house, in which capacity he arrived and are admitted by all to Crt.tar7-wm.; YOl.-A. I'. Man Jr.C. Khelnauer #
l Don't the minstrels proved so acceptable to the public and The Savannah steamer landed her be the roost artistic and attractive advertisement Jno. K. Dunn, J. .Ldvlnsp.Lon. U. A.Weathen .
forget Ethiopian dl"
made BO many friend ; and in the fruit Monday smoking hot, and lots of i It yet produced. They are from Win. Fox and MNxly.
to-night. future, Mr. John \Sylvester!' its for very badly decayed. Fruit seems to becoming : the great lithographic and printing! house BUILDING AND LOAft: ASSOCIA-
The :Montezuma Hotel boasts of a mer manager, will have charge Office, through now in better time ; the of Matthews, orthrup & Co., of Buffalo TION. ,
news stand. Ocala house, where all those wishing reserved transportation companies should bft rrade I N. Y., and reflect renewed credit and I'miMeiil !1. \\ timer.
other to for all fruit that has been damage lustre their world wide for Vice ITetlJfnt-E.1. ]Ilelutl4'lt.
or tickets will please call. pay ; on fame producing Secretary situ TI'IUIIII''rLout.| Fox
The Chicago Restaurant will be open by being too long on the road. Freighl the greatest results with the least IloiiMni lUrut-ton-J. T. Ijtucantor. Isaac Bte
all night after January 24. Arbor Day. charges are outrageous. Transportation expenditure. phen, 1. ro"nI I, KUhel. A. F.. LHjlouoat, II. U.
Governor Fleming, by proclamation companies robbing shippers,and theycan Zacharliu and K, A. Burlord.
The News
Stint-Tropical an
Froh Oysters, by the pint, quart and appoints February 14th, fet. Valentine'sday well afford to pay for fruit ruined be- OCALA RIFLES.
published by the Exposition:
gallon at CoburnV Chicago: Restaurant. newspaper 'aptlln-Clro. A. Niuh.
of their carelessness. It
l for the planting of trees, to be observed cause costs 75 will be ready gratuitous, distribution ina First Men tenant-K. B. MoTonnell
by all the public schools of the cents to bring a barrel of oranges from Kwoml Ui'tiu-nant. K. Williams
Fun and frolic and entertainment at few days. Parties out of town, or at
state any West India port ; it costs from fifteento Forty Member. ,4;
the Opera House to-night. Go and seethe a distance sending addresses to secretarywill
thirty cents to bring a box of oranges FIRE COMPANY.
have them mailed forwarded
minstrels. to,
--- --- Mr. James A. Harris and lion JohnF. from Italy and Scinly I 6,000 miles; i it them. or Chief-T, I). I.auranur.Korvman ) t

Dr. Fran Spenctr, of Providence, U. Dunn, have become HO favorably impressed coats sixty to eighty cent to bring a Kim MkUUin-Umu.!-Maurice Khelnautr.Volk.
Remember the railroad have
I., is Irf the city and thinks seriously of with the future outloox of the large case, holding 420 large: orange, generously second Maintain--W. O. ManhaJL r;.
locating among us. country and the bright piospects in store from Spain ; it cobts eighty cents JO bruit offered' to forward all exhibits for cn-iary-J.. II. Maliett.I &
for Marion's metropolis, that they have a box of oranges from t Southern California the Semi-l"ropieal free provided they are Twenty-llT uicubvra.)
Mr.John W.Sylvester,of Jacksonville, increased their interests in the company 3,000 miles and it costs from forty- addressed to fhe General Manager atOcala HOOK AND LADDER COMPANY i':.
arrived last night and proposes to remain to the extent of$ ,ooo! each. five to eighty cents to bring. a box of and are for xhilit only Printed I're.ldrat-Abram Palmer. .'
tags can l>e had from the secretary and' Foreman-Wllkt llrnts. !i
with all winter. from Florida. You are
us oranges paying AuiHunl-Wflli Klcbardmn. :
The nobbiest turnout these days to be just twice as much freight an you should they can also be obtained from railroad\ Twenty member. 'rf J.i;;,

George: Hiatt and family, are amongus seen on our streets is the double team of be compiled to pay ; you certainly havea agents at the various roads. LULUL.A LODOE, NO at, f. O. O. F.
from the North and propose to make :Messrs. Baillie & Pemberton, consisting right to demand quick transportation Mr. L. R. Eichenlaub, the general soliciting (Meet TuCll 1.
Marion county their home. of a small black mule and an immensesnow and damages from transportation companies agent of the exposition, left for II. Ch.l1IlI.: every N. (I. < eveutng.lw. ]
white horse, adoined with old. when your fruit is delayed on the Polk county Monday night He will address W. M.1'hlllllr, HeereUrr. ,1
Our worthy sheriff in his shining new mounted, cream-colored harness. Oh, I way. by request, a meeting of the citizens All visiting brother cordially luTlted.

suit, looks like a boated bond bolder they are daisses. I Oranges are brought from the West of Lakeland Tuesday, and Bartow OCALA CHAPTER NO. 13, R. A. M. I
or a blasted capitalist from the North. I Indies in four to six days; from Spain in Wednesday. Mr. E. has been particularly Ocala Chapter, No. 18, R. A. M. Convocation
Dr. J. Y. Porter officially announcesto twelve to sixteen days ; from Sicily and successful during the past two Grit Monday night In every month.
The Florida Flyer says that the Bate Surgeon General Hamilton, that in from months in South Florida in the interest ii. w. LOHO ii. r
to thirty days
Italy eighteen
in FloridaIt : ; J. H. rAiiB, Hrcretary t
NEB is of the best
one papers Jacksonville has been thoroughly disinfected of the-Semi-Tropical.\
California in seven to fourteen days, and .
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aimsto be bo at Uast. and all infected bedding de -
they should neverbe more than five day Scraps f
From the Park.
stroyed. The city is absolutely free
The Phoenix club will give one of coming: from Florida, yet this year theyare
from contamination and safe for T. W. Greenville from Orange Park. e
any any seven to eighteen days on the way.
their bi-monthly socials to-morrow nightat BENJAMIN & FOX :
one to visit it. visited this place on Friday !last and on .
Snovrden's; Hall. Court Not en. viewing his lots will improve them by
A party of lynchem in Texas, near erecting a neat fence under the directionof
The Ocala Rifles will give their sixth Ft. Worth, were resisted by the officials Fred Marshal, colored who was on Mr. Arnold proprietor of the Marion
annual ball in the Opera house, February and six of the assailant killed and a trial Saturday for disturbing a religious ,
15th. It will be the social event of number wounded. Several of the prisoners meeting in Bro. Tony Ulymp's church, 1I0Ul e.

the season.____ escaped amid the confusion meeting strangers It would visiting be i an accommodation the Park to have to the a The Holidays are Past !
Mr. J. J. llavis, the father of our cornetist -
depot master that they could have their
Jim ha returned from West Point, One hundred and thirty Alsatian Germans Yefcterday the court was occupied in
'for arrived in .sew'York, Sunday) hearing a cane incendiary. State vs.Jim baggage; left at its destination without tvcf"
Ga. been a
where he stayln
bound for Florida, to raise Sumatra tobacco Harvey ; in which the latter is charged( having to run and hail the train, there

year or more. for the large manufacturers of clears with burning the barn of John Gary, located by causing useless delay TIII: itimii is OVER ,.
The arched stone bridge over the run Stratton & fetorm. between Anthony and S par r; both Mr. Howe, of Ilingharn, Mam., will
colored. Captain McConnell is commence fencing six acres opposite
l leading to' the Exposition grounds, parties
is the tirst structure of the kind ever con Mr. G. W {Daln ruple of North Adams assisting States Attorney Wigg. The de Northern Avenue, and shortly set out AVe have nettled down to strict bus-
strutted in this county Mass., is a pleased visitor at the fence is conducted by )letl rs. Bullock orange,peach, hotel/plum' and other tmw.Arrivals .
Park, where he la a land owner, and A Barford. at Marion are as fol Incas, and we In.an'lruldneE18in
Two arrests yesterday by deputy Me- cornea down to take his first look at lows J. E. Cooke, wife and three child what we .

Caa, Walter Williams, of shady Grove, Ocala: and the DAILY BA (NEt(. Considerable interest is felt by progressive run, Denton.Tex., J. II. Burchell. N. Y., fay
and Alfred Morris, of Ocala, for selling Georgia farmers in the annual Ix*>pold Krupe.New York, Henry Miller,
liquor without license Both colored. The best wieties of the DAILY BAs xa tlt88ion'or the American Pomologjcal New York, fleecier Bun-hell, New York,

The former gave bonds. go with the departed members of the Society, which will. be held at Ocala, B, F. Hot.perjind J. N. Hewitt, City.A. -Wo have a Large Stock of-
convention and trust they Ocala with Fla., beginning F/bruary 20.( Over forty L..Lea vltt in. improving hU place
Captain Lambreth, of Gainesville, was them pleasant memories of and members of th Georgia State Agricultural hy planting peas, beans, lettuce, etc. He

in town last evening, making a friendly her people. Society have already engaged' to go also contemplates placing a piazza on \ Dress GoMsSuch
call on-t.b members of the Ocala Rides, as delegates, and a large representationfrom front of bin residence. T. N. a. \viQter r'
with whom he is a great favorite.Mr. The following prominent country Pf'OpIe this State is assured. The societyis Lest "'hccut
streets to-day
were seen on our ;
in its method It has done
Meinbart, who several years ago Mr. F. E. Buffum and wife, of Stanton ; much practical to encourage fruit culture and to SEYMOVK, CT., Jan. 15, 1689.

was a successful truck grower near Ocala. Mr. E. P. Tbagard and wife, of Reddick, make i\i fltable.-Mat-on Telegraph To tht Editor of the Banner:
but subsequently went to Savannah and and Mr. C. W. White of Citra. \ ji Enclose: you will please find) one dollar, as :Flannels, Cashmeres, Henriettim 1

then to Marietta, Ga.., arrived from the of Merchant E. C. Hood took the after A Hare Curlocltjr for the renewal of my subscription to Albftrotf, etc., col-

latter Morris place Kheinauer.last night, and is the guest noon train to Lake Weir to be present Mr. Elijah Dias, of Oxford who was the BAMXEB for one year. We should ore
tonight at a picnic on the islands, to be an attendant at the late convention, feel lose indeed without your valuable

E. C. Bird, of the S. t)., U. A; 0.. hasbeen by the charming daughters of brought with him a rare curiosity,which i&per. Yours truly B.
down in Lake county during the Major Briggs. consists of an orange on which ha _B. TIUYMC

past week making speechs, singing songs of Jacksonville grown a perfect orange dog. These Insects The rear portion of W. W. Condon'. -We will offer thews goodsI"OB -
and suiiiing on the fair lasses of that Frank Slaughter committed are frequently seen on the limbs of jewelry establishment has been fitted op e
delectable portion of Florida. From the suicide Sunday morning. But recently orange trees and on the fruit which they for a music rOlJmand the Mis*** Gamsby
water spread over the land, a Baptist married, his domestic"shuffled.relations attack and destroy, but tin i I. the first will open conservatory of music in it. TIWtR m4'1r8
convention must have; been held there, week so Infelicitous that he instance we know of in which the shape .
thinks E. Co B. former resident and growth of an orange ha faithfully I Ocklawaha River Boats.
Rev. Mr. Cummings, a outlined the inect on its surface. Steamer Okaoumke leaves '&lailla...............*_ (GosH!
It thoughtful and appropri. of the Park, and now with as to .. .Noudalfs Wednesdays, f rtdaj*. 9.30 a, m. Regardless of w
was very spend the winter, dropped in to say Hotel Arrival Leave n s..... ...,., .. : .
ate of Miss Manly and Miss Maud Oary
"bo 'dy.1tleN'hant __TQeII .jr.,Thursdays BaJurdajrt 930: a. in.
to decorate the pulpit of the Baptist OCALA UOCDK. Jan 27-Wm. II. Aiken, -To clone out and for- }
church yesterday afternoon with magnolia ) Smith of the sprightly town Baltimore, ltd.; Louit W. Davis Baltimore Fine Block for Bale. get ready

> ]leayee! 'and flowers, in honor of the of Belleview, was In town to-day re Did.;, Ch. It: Abbott, John T Car load of horse and molca and very '
commemoration services held there. plenUhing bl, stock. 8mitbtThOlJ. C. Hogeai> Thoe. C.Tback. fine Jersey tattle: to I t..e sold cheap for bUlt HI'IUNO THADE.
The distinguished divine was a personal aton, I Ken York ; A. Hughe, Olrando cash at Root's livery stable. JalbtfB.
friend of Mtea Manly' Ms. T. B. San Jen. who has been visiting Fla.; F. L. Cawley, Savannah ; L.J. Halley1. *-
and friends at Brookaville, returned to I Orange avenue W, ,C. pouirla, E. YONUE C,.. The Ocala Plotnben. We will| positively en)! these good
Mr. Teague who lives in Ocala well day. 'clDto.h, Fl4; J. H. Stewart, \'Li. R. A. Call and namln.thel fins stock ,* oft'at what we can get for them,
Messr so
known here Terry that and we Kellogg give the are following Captain Baker of Oraqg. Home, Sam fipratling Atlanta, Ga.; W. 8. laaaca, Mid vet good work at reasonable price. and the first to select will f

M State newt; ter county, one of the !Bmi: .Tropical Cindnnatti.Kajrlaad Ohio ChaL Atlanta.W.WMt Ga,Citra J. ,L.DaTU ,. d 31declm Lave the benefit of the s
of .. director, u In town Fla.; T, E. ; Th* Red Grocery M&nolia strpet lathe .
Attb ana *tlna/lh dir etai tbeHjrnaMo I S ringfield, ALp W.F. Penman, --LargeVarlety.-

3JU.Jan.agar J, Manufectarlnc HOI Ktllocs *.Company ale ei.d a Pr.ria..t amok., President Wihtou of the Semi Troplal Jacksonville" Ft. *.t E. Q Allen L BlueBoring I plat. to ba1..1OUr II. grocb froprletof.4 ea. .
I'rUk A. eartrv-rw-went, Clu&1IC U In Jacksonville making rate forpoeitioa Ex *, Fla, and Frank, Q. Bipwn.Jfoeto CJUW"
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..1%g OCALA DAILY BANNER CAN'T AFFORD IT. The IJeantles of the New Constitu fad Better Come to Florida. -IF YOC WANT GOODS IN THE-

+ tion.PetiMCola Cases cf terrible destitution and suf-
We are perfectly willing for West Florida Commercial:l faring among the Norwegian settlers of -DrugLine-
4r >S. E. HARRIS, Editor to be annexed to Alabama. The OVB WAY or SETTING ASIDE }>'>OPtLAR Western Walsh county< Dakota were ,
moment that is done Ocala stands fewdaxs' ago.
-- readyto ELECTIONS.-Comptroller Barnes has rejected brought to.puWUnotice a
pounce upon and gobble up the state the official bonds of a large number Seventy families averaz'ng' fheorsix -
ralltal,1IO we are selfishly anxious for of county officers elected at the re children to the family, were found on '
.. annexation to take place. Bat one ob cent general election. Among them are the verge nf -t"n.ftti Their clothes I THE PLACE TO FINDTHEM

nf jection ,arises-an inseperable one. It Joseph E. Lee clerk of the circu't court, were in tatters and many were without I -180\T- -
r : would involve the loss of Editor Wolfe N. Wamboll, tax collector; E. B. Van fire. One wonuu was found in an old..
f from Florida journalism. How in the Buren, tax assessor, and W. \.:. Preston, shanty, through\ the cracks of which the DR. DELOUEST
world could we get along without him ? clerk of the crimiial court of records in raw winter winds whistled\ in gnsswith ,
I How lonesome and sad Colonel Chipley Duval county This operates a< a forfeiture nothing on bei' body but a thin ., would feel. And the Plate administration of the offices of these newly dress-not a Man o'f shoe for her feet -(
I I. without editor Wolfo to prod it occasionally elected officers, and under the new con These settlers came to the locality a few' OCA LA I I I I I I FLORIDA
0 what would become of It ? stitution those oflieers. now in commission years auowith !small capital expectingto
No other editor in Florida has the courage hold over until their successors an dray their subsistence from their 8m 81-83

to say that his soul is his own. What qualified, which may not be until the crops. But for one reason or another
other editor in Florida would dare op- next general election. Many other crop after crop failed, in whole orin put; .
l>of OCALA, FLA. JANUARY *S 1889 flagrant but Wolfe. We can sanction insufficient.
r' helplessness.' '' S R. BIRDSEY &COaWholesale
Yt annexation and bear the loss of all _____ __ ,

F, The Florida Flyer It In favor of A. V. the territory from the Apalachicola riverto Jacksonville Critique. Want More Protection for Or-
I Kscambm: bay, but the loss of Wolfeat OF -0-
llalght:: the famous and artistic (
printe- this particular juncture of our politi Supreme Court of this State, in answer angel
; N,%, General ofll'oughkeepaieforl'ub1IcI'rihterunder Harrison. I cal affairs would boa greater punish to the inquiry of them from Governor The following resolution baa been & RetailDEALERS
1 ; u i ment than the state could bear. It must Fleming, has irrevocably settled the hath adopted by the Jacksonville board of
y be annexation, if annexation at all, with of both Democratic and Republican trade : -- IX-
The New York Graphic, like the Tribune Wolfe left out. With Jones in Detroit, county officials whose bonds, for good tteaolrrd That the IntcreM of the
after the death of Gre"'ley, has gone Perry a private citizen, and Wolfe in and sufficient reasons, as he believes, growers of Florida demand protection orange.
back to the Republican arty. Nothing Alabama, what a great affliction ? We have been rejected by the Comptroller.This competition of foreign-grown fruit ; that our senators Hanlwarc l & Groccrie0
1 succeeds like and representative*in tonjrrew be reported i l c l
success a new phase of this
mean to Florida, not 'to Alabama. We opens up ques- to exercise their etiorti and influence to secure
would rather consent to anything else. tion which we think will prove dissatisfactory the pannage of a law levying an Import duty of
Tampa's Ug hotel is being rapidly con- Unless some other arrangements( can be in the end to a large majority of tl a box of two cubic feet capacity, or In that
all and lemons from -
,' Btracted, much to the delight of the citi made annexation must be abandoned. the Democracy who framed the new Constitution proportion foreign countries.upon orarge
t lens of that place. It will be one of the Kditorolfe must make up his mind to and were desirous of seeing the Who said that the Democrats of Flo- OCALA, i I t I FLORIDA
finest hotels in the world. that. It is a condition, not a theory, incumbents of the county offices chosenby rida were "free traders?" Will he please % 3m n_
that confronts us, and for righting which the sovereign will of the people, as stand and be counted.
Editor Wolfe is wanted. expressed through the ballot-box, and up
Bill Nye has visited the South and
installed into office.
t. --- The Baltimore Sun notes the arrival of
thinks that the problem needing solution Doa'nt break the Shell. But here is a loophole whereby the several carloads of oranges to that city -AT-

a having is an it gives automatic work door-slammer.for the dentist and Not We desire to say to our esteemed con will of the people can be annulled or in bulk. They arrived in good order I
abrogated The Comptroller has onlyto
thOTloctor. temporary that the statistic we used in and the expense attending them are
1 in the article the find some trifling technical objectionto much than In
yesterday's paper on cheaper; wrapping paper
"Churche3 and the Poor," were not ours. a newly-elected official's bond, which and packing in boxes. I
A Key W6Iter8! happy. lie drew They were the statistics of a "church will cause >fcu h a vacancy in the office as
(D t one-tenth part of the grand capital prize conference," in which nearly all the will empower the Governor to fill. And Judge; :Means, the great propagator of M FisIteI'sCan
at the last monthly drawing the I.oueiana churches were represented, held at the act of the individal, it manifestlycan fine varieties of t>each trees at Evinston i
Lottery Company. Chickering halt New York city, last be seen, will be sufficient to counteract was in town to-day.
month, and at which Mr. Win. E. Iodcre! and override the determination of
The Florida Fiver Is the first newspapers presided The of thn conferencewas the ballot.box. This is a power fraught The Grand Opera House' at St. Paul,
s ( printed on board a moving train. It to consider what had bunt be done to with much danger to our liberties; for went up in smoke ye tt'nlay. Loss,$20()-
ia one of the attractions of Webb's "remedy the Godless condition of New what is the u..e of holding an electionby 000; fully insured.Mr. .
Florida on Wheels," or "Rolling Ex- York city." Theetatisticsused by them the people if the will of one man ran be found one of the
reverse the action of the Geo. Moore and family of Kansas
S position. ________________ church showed to that every while 4,404 there inhabitants was only, there one many. City, Mo., arrived on the noon train and

r .S. ;r The melon-grower of Georgia have was one liquor shop to every 150. More Good for Citrus.. will spend the winter at their orange
held a convention. They were loud in than that and worse than that. They Matwdeld Star. grove home. Best assorted, selected and

their complaint against the railroads, showed that more than a million human lion. A. S. Mann was before the board The Farmer's Alliance of Florida will
$ charging excessive rates and furnish beings are crowded into 30,000 tenement
of county commissioners last Tuesdayand continue its old officers for another year.
ing unventilated cars and not enough of houses. Suppose there is "more christian delivered, in his usual gracious and
1 them. enlightenment and more rapid facitions style, quite a speech on the "Uncle Jim" Clark is to have a fair most desirable priced I
progress in Christian truth to-day than. necessity and importance of the county type-writer in his office.
In 1870 South Carolina cast 183.000 any and very near all preceding ages! commissioners appropriating not less
s votes for Presidential electors. Since combined: what does it amount to if it : than $200 in favor of the Sub-Tropical at Hall's secondhand store occupies
then the number has declined steadily. adds to the misery and |poverty and Jacksonville. space in Montezuma block. Stock or Dry Goods ::
Last election it was but 80>000-lews than degradation of the poor? Col. Mann disclaimed 1 intention of .
any: The of Jim the
.J case Harvey went to
I half what it was a dozen
ti years ago. saying aught that would militate in the jury at 2 p. m.Eggleston .
S The Irresistable and irrepressable Al- least against any arrangement, plan,
Charles W. Dacosta has purchased the bertus Vogt, of lovely Dunnellon\ in etc., that Citrus county might make or Bros., dry goods dealers of In the City.
Florida Farm and Fruit Grower of the company with Messrs. O. 'W. Will, of have toward petting up exhibits for Atlanta have failed. ;
7lmea'ton Publishing company, and Belle Plaine, lowa.and K.: Gulick, of EL Ocala. And while he said nothing d 81 dec 4 m .

will consolidate it arith the Florida Dv- :Minn., made the BANNER a pleas against Ocala, he certainly spoke very The Ocala hl h'8Choolha8enrolled 160
patch. A new. editorial force will be engaged. morel flit today, and furnished a goodly earnestly and emphatically In the Inter- i
l. supply of financial lubricator to our news est of Jacksonville. Capt. Carroll of pupils. ___ I
oiling stock. The last named 1 gentleman HomasAssa, opposed the measures and Col.Adam Kichelberger is stopping at
:, : "Mulhall," of the Royal society Lon- became Interested! Iunnellonthrouih policy advocated by Col. Mann, In a the St. James, at Jacksonville!

don.Inhis-UaUnceKheetoftheWorld," Mr. Vougt, and not as the tree teas speech of great force, vigor and reason, eels" WatcIIQOnrsnD
says : "It wou'd' be impossible to find a said the other day, through their columns and spoke warmly and emphatically "Florida on Waverly,
parallel to the progress of the United ., having 'purchased of him ten acres: the importance of Citrus county contributing N. Y. yesterday.
, c States in the last ten years. Every day each and set in grove last year, and on liberally to the SemiTropicalat Citrus has selected 1775
that the sun rises. upon? the American their arrival a week ago were so nell Ocala. }Ir. Carroll, however, madeno county square
y feet of in the .
people It sees an ,addition of $2,500,000 leased with the work done for them demands upon the commissioners for space Exposition building.Surgeon :
to the accumulation of wealth in the Republic by Mr. Vogt, and the promising, ounook any appropriation, but seemed to rely \: General Hamilton's report J1naJ3D.:
which is equal to one-third the of the country, increased their purchases chiefly on the promises and determination traces the cause of Florida's recent epidemic
accumulation of all mankind outside of to the extent of ten acres each, more. of our citizens to do all they possibly to Havanna.
the'United States )Mr. Vogt has also as his guest, Mr. John could. Mr. Carroll has been very
e lilockwell, of Roodhouse, Ill., who was active in this matter, and has display Prices of Florida oranges in Chicago, A Complete Stock of
'* A Washington physician & in the sent to Mr. V, with letters of introduction and energy and zeal that would certainly $2.25@$300.
Star, that our Southern ports will never given by Mr. W. P Strank, of fame reflect great credit on a much younger -
be safe from the yellow fever until they {lace, and master mechanic of the man. We trust that our people will n.'- Meal ticket,for 17.00 at Coburn's '
,, cut off all Intercourse with Cuba. The Chicago, Alton and St. Louis Railroad, s and generously, for the Ocala Exposition Chicago Dining: Hall. Gents' FurnishingGoods.
-, ,Cubans do not care to stamp out the disease 10 which he says Mr. Block well is delegated is a worthy enterprise, one from
as ;jt dOM not hurt them much. It to select lands in Marion and which much stood might possibly flow Fine Texan Horses.
, ': :- kills off One thousand Spanish soldiers Levy counties, on which to locate twenty to our immediate section in a very short Two carloads of fine grade northern
k's very year, and that is just what the three families, who desire to make this time. Texas horses will arrive next Thursday.For .
Islanders want. Cuba will I never be part of our commonwealth their future sale cheap. Inquire of
1 placed in a healthy condition until it is (tomes Mr. B. (Is so impressed with the How to Break Up the Solid South, 19wdtd J. W. PgAKSOX.
annexed to the United States. Then beauties of the Withlacoochee, its rich Let it alone. Gen. Harrison cannotdo READY
our government would no doubt establish soil and adaptability to orange culture better than to let the flood of advice TRAVELER'S GUIDE. t MADE
' t a complete system of sewerage that and hews growing that In his mind'seye he I is getting; as to a Southern policy go
-- would carry to bulkheads fronting on placed his fingeis on the sec- in at one ear and out at the other. lie Schedule of the S. S. O. & Q. R R. I '

the ocean the refuse that is now del pose ions he will purchase for his colony. was elected President of the United Leave Ocala ....._............._. 7.li _, M. CLOTHINGTailoring :i
5' 5 ,l iced around the wharves in the harbor. States, uot President of the South or 44 llomoaaeaa................. 4,15 1'. M,
Del ford's Magaxlne. North, or any particular section pile F. C. rt P. R. R. (Old F. R. &: N. Line.) -

;; The Candler, Fla., correspondent of "\Vfc love It for the enemies it has policy should be that of an executive for Schedule
the Morning hewn, January 19, writes as made," is what the enlightened South the whole country and nothing else. To sorTs BorvD. Department Unex- 1
follows: Market gardeners; are planting says of litlford11 Magazine It became adopt one line of policy In dealing with Passenger arrives In Ocala........_._.607 r. M.
largely of Irish potatoes this season, The favorite Magazine of the South from the the South, and another in reference to :: "" ...- ,105 A. M. celled In Fits and Prices. l
FreighI" ...: : : decSl-lm
the rest of the country would only Intensify .L45 p. M.
Pee -t4 peach orchards here are now a tart. Why ? Because the educated
I beaotlfcf, lftht, .x>rerd with blooms" South U democratic and wants an honest the sentiment which has produced NORTH sorsaPassenger I
1 Tbrf .peota'a" good for a heavy crutv' government; ; because Dunn Piatt, the a solid South and insure its con arrives" In" Ocala" ......... .11.10 9 07 _P.M.. M. GO TO STOW ARD'S
J. C. Benjamin, of Lafayette, ml., U editor, is aggressively Independent and a tinuance indefinitely. Philadelphia Freight' .=:, 1.15 A. n.:

planting out a five acre grove In town. true patriot eta united country became Tima. ______________ Jolla 8. Faatai FOR FIRST- CLASS PLUMBING 1 I.1 I. ]
} Tourist and settlers are arriving here on Its policy is that of all honest and educated Up Town Ticket Agent.
t s nearly, every train. The real state persons : Free trade, less govern Good Word Away From Home. The F. S. R. R. Time Table -1-j
,.4S,} market has been particularly active the mental interference In personal matters Ur&fton (N. H) RegUter. SOUTH DOOND.Passenger .

past week, several tracts of desirable and good wholesome fiction ; because the We are in receipt of the Ocala (Fla.) arrives In Ocala....._......._ UB 1'. r. FOKT l Kwo ATINTI, : : s MOXTHTMA BLOCK
I. property changing ,hand' at good prices. editor heartily welcomes Southern DAILY BAXMB. The weekly has for ** ** ............ 6.u5 p. 11 -(0ppo 1te
\' E. w, Agnew, the merchant prince off writers to IU pages, e. g.,tbe best! literary several years been a welcome visitor on Freight.. ."' "M ".. ..,?... ::.::.: 950 *. M: Methodist Cbuich.
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'r since table and us posted as to the ? .12.05 A. M. .
American writer Lept
: ,, Ocala, has decided to place his fine property reduction by an our dlm3
:: between Lake Dower and town on he war Is Old Man Gilbert, by a South- progress of the heart of the orange belt loatH BODND.Passenger .
t In. The DAILY BANNIE I is arrive In Ocala.............. 7.15 a.r.
that state.
Bellamy in the
the market U will be laid off in five era lady, Mrs. Elisabeth .' .* ...._12.20. 1'. r.
r and ten acre lota and sold. A great: deal June number ; because the editor gives frttth, newsy catholic, and able, and Frentfht ... .. .... .._?. &o A. I(. JAS. T LANCASTER,
; ,; of rain has fallen for the past month for quality and quantity and not big names long may It live to tell of the wonders of ..............-12.A.w.
i : ;r this time of year and the lakes are rising for your money ; because the ablest persons that semi-tropical land. One of the assistant ,_ 1 1'I: I
+. rapidly. of the country contribute\ to the editors is youngest brother of MARKET REPORT.Florida
-- =-=-----: pqe of SV Meeting of the 'Preas AMoclation. Aisle Henry Wateraon. Jaraei Whit- round steak ( Quarter)__... 10c.Porkindquaaertfure .

'J 6adv A-ACHPA Co., Jan. 19, comb Riley, David A. Welles, Professor New York Tribune. ( quarter) wM..NtOe.... < -I I ri
f ISLAND ><, W.'Q. Sumner Julian Hawthorne, Edgar "Let him sink ; he Is only a Jew" was (forequarter) .... ... l&j OCALA, i : T:A I nx aiDi.
,, F. E. Zforrd( -Et.. CAatnnan Executive Saltus, Sarah B. M. Piatt. Henry George, the exclamation of a crowd of people ina Florida Sort bar n mutton* :: 2k, \
S O tJ\mWu, Ocala, FI4. kV.iJ, Florence, Roger Q. Mills and hundredJ Russian town recently, as they beheld Northern' round iteak :mow:. 16o.hOc I dtr11
, r ; enleacolian suggests of others; because the long novelIn the struggles of a poor wretch In the tlu and Surlolnllogj __. 2)Q'
DuB -- each number Is alone worth twice the broke Had chee4 __ 1
lnt period river. Just then a young man GEORGE McKAY
AMOctattol1.p Bologna __ ,
that Dar:Press middle Of price. "The Lion's Share," in the Jan through the crowd,which tried to hold 8 o- 1"
0 not later than the of February February do' 'So lary aumber, by a Southern lady Mrs. him Back and plunging Into the river, Hn feec : = Ue. AEOHITECT AND (UILDKB,
Iiow ,111 the lSth dark Warning is a charming one. Subscribe to the shore. souse : ldzao
the drowning man
and the brought
ee l+ dozen = DreIGNe .
aga(per ) ass.TE0a. : : .
now, only 12.60 a '. at him for 9
extrna esadon'Ithe J.eg\J1at1S\ feaj.BKUOU As the crowd began to jeer
> CLABU & (Jo., Publishers saving the life of a mere Jew, it wa discovered P. GARY, M. D, OG, Ap _
trUIz. TIfFurn1ahed
Yours :. Chicago New York and SanFrancisco
e a .R,1'A11taAgtt that the man whose was aOrrrca.aamQCS
saved was a Gentile and that his brave
This date meets.our e&rg', approval State, Doctor J.Y. P
and we -feast erld 1ooaspott, JackaoaTiUe-Huul a, be&9t11t U. ceaMd, and the crowd: slunk .w.y.: Ataew A Ouyi block OCALA. OCALA, rJ.OJL1I'

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Semi-TropicalExposition ,

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-This :Exposition, incorporated under the laws of the State of Florida, will open at- i.CALA i. '





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This will be an Exposition! of Pomologicnl: Horticultural and Agricultural products of Florida, and her soils, timbers, woods minerals and live stock, and in addition articles
and products of general interest fl'olllall States and countries. Entry is open to the world for'the display of its pioducts. No charge for entries! nor : space for the }products or
manufactures of Florida ,
The United States'Experimental Station for improvement and development of products indigenous to this section has been located contiguous to our exposition grounds.
.BfifWe invite exhibits of descriptions' :;, paiticularly those pertaining to the arts, mechanics: agriculture, guaranteeing uniform courtesy to all % t


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\\l I GEORGE W. WILSON, President. WM. FOX, First Vice-President. DR. H. KNIGHT, Second Vice-President ;.

0. ,v.. CAMPBELL, SK., General Manager. G. S. MAYO, Treasurer. -, J. O. OLAKKE, Secietary. *

mnc f Pus! National BankOF !I Tlle Nl\ rcllants'' N tionar\ anl't.... { Anti --Monopoly Till- Drug .1 I:

Ocala, Florida.o4 OF O.CAJ4AE. -ANDSEED -- 4-

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CAPITAL STOCK 850,000,011SURPLUS -IN-- i .
Paid Up Capital, ? I. Authorized Capital, I '. '
$50,000. $150,000. COMPL TH 'ESS 01'ST 4 .

Eo r' 3 W.II.COCCIIV.I're.Wr oppioinist Quality of Goods and \ '
AONEW Pre. r'y r'1 JNO. F DUNN,'Pregidtni. Ifeare S
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Being now etabluhed in our new and elegant Bank building vn are prepared to guar.
-Located Tint
next door to N.tlobal'Ilatokl
anile latufaction to all.
..AMcINTY'RE.: CASJnER.: General Banking bunneu trantacted. Excttange bought and cold jS L-Jc


One of the finest and best equipped banking houses In the State owned by the -
bank. We have special facilities for making Collections on all accessible points. JNO.F.DUNN, E.P.'DISMUKES, '
We will extend every courtesy and favor to our customers consistent[ with safe CiIAS.RUEINAUER, J.A. tINHTJoIN: ;
oanking,and shall}give prompt and careful attention to all business entrusted to us HARVEY KNIGHT, WM. ANDERSON, I r
We solicit your BANK ACCOUNT and all business In our Una. and J..a PERINE, L.M. TIIA YEn, .
guarantee. entire\satisfaction. R. B. McOONNELL.

CORRESPONDENTS SasllDoorsB1in 1 s '
Importers & Traders National Bank, New York, N.Y.. ; CORREftPOtfDEXTS: ,

outhern Bank of Georgia, Savannah. National Park Bank. of New York. Mavenct Motional Bunk: of Botton. :
) tfationnl Bank of Savannah Oeorgvi. -AT- .
**Special Correspondents In all important cities in the West. Mercantile Banking Ootnjiany,Atlanta. LouunlU Banking Ouinpany, Louitmlu, A'y.

dec9 1 nwla-e9 I. J J A. E. DELOUST. .


I New\ Jewelry Store F. BREWER & 0,0. ,
GaIa -THE- -- IN 111EWateb ,
Depot>> i Shines replete with everything in .
I Finest Livery in the City I his line. Call and examinefor ''
Clock I yourself. HEADQUARTERS : ,
-0- C i JewelryOM
Strings for Musical Instruments a
LARGEST. STOCK'Lowest t \ '. 1m ttesnBS. Otumujto All Work*!oa repay,t>f flock*'*o4 Witches

LINE! Rhelnauor's_ Old Stand;-' PIANOS :
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Prices I XD-
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-- RepalrlIilr Specialty.
or any starch Southern:florlda.I. Han UM mnet'loinrWxu: ; tppotatiMnta and lINt ALL KINDS' OF FURNITURE., Musical
o eqvfpped d nUl p in. the Cut of TlorVU -- iD tromenls I IOCAIX
Both m mben of Uk Uoroof' pre""" dqrafMtonaUr.
.DODD ISRAEL, :t OCALA, FLA. Tb. poblto retpfTtmOr U iu4M Tmrr Farris iaerscMos'or THW Ooirrtrre }
tIIIa.n ;rxl XenbaDI.I'and tn.DIct.' Dlaeaaal Cbett 0&ta Bsl moot tat,1 O'e.Bls and J (LOCATED. JO*Wall fiO)- 0V t34C- .-.1.9.. rAK": Y7,4 ,Y r
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Locals 10 ceoU per I1ne.Subeorption. .I .. ." ..I '.. 07
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Tor further I Information apply at office or -.
address: 0. ; -<
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; PERSONAL. .. ... ..
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Mr.T.Li Davis, President of the San- : SOr
gamon Loan and Trust Company, and 9a
one 01 the leading( citizens of Springfield, j '
111.'is a gnee,bf the Oral- House and t : 1 g
\ will bring his family to spend the winter I. fJ .
with us. i 1r.
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Mr. Charles R. Abbott, representing .
the importing drug house of McKesson .
', &: Robbins, ofNew| York, is interviewingthe 1
trade in our city. ,. .

Mr. Thos. C. Hoge, of New York city, .. .. 1';, '
? and President of the S. 8.0. &: G. K. It., .' I '
arrived last evening and is regaling him
'k lieU at the Ocala House. jJtj
Mr. Man,jr., General Manager of the / r.
r 8. 8. O. &: G. railroad who has been -4.J '
North after Mrs. Man, returned last eve ,. M
ning. '
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Ii Editor J. S. Drydeo, of the Bowling
Green, Ky., Democrat, and half brother $
:,, to the late Dr.T. A. Orr, Is in the cityon r+
a short visit, and on his return Mrs. : O 5"
Orr and children will accompany him.
Mr. Webb, manager of the Standard ,,' / r 2
; Lime Company, of .Kendrick, with
.. ; headquarters 'In Ocala, has established : c '" 5 t
their office in the second story of the a \t" iu
new Merchanta's National Bank building .
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'" Welnhton Items. m DC

Mr. B. C. Bowman haa a car of large tir. .
orange trees at the depot for his new !
grove. This Is Mr. Bowman's third ten t: H
I acre grove! in Welsh ton. ::3 I T"U.J.' -
'. lion. M.'S. will probably spend a '
week In Welshton Quay during his winter's -,,_... ,.... ... -..... ;.. .
i :, trip,visiting his old friend Capt. Welsh. / ', ...
x', lIe will, of course, take in the Semi- + ""t I .-
Tropical. > .:. .. ;
Orange and lemon trees are doing fine % f r ,I.,' t, .'
ly, many trees having new buds two I '" i : '

inches long. ;.; ; 4 .. f
: The tariff fdUcussion in Congress! is < \ 02

about ended. 1tf w \

Eighteen hundred coal miners at .
,- Spring Valley, 111.,,are on a strike because c.,.
a man named Thomas Mulvey is .
not discharged.The '
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> Elmodelo cigar-makers at Jack.sonvilie ',
strike and demand an "
are on a '
advance oUlllt"r thousand on all clear '"fi ,
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I '; Havanna goods. .. ;

Eugene Matthews, of the Lake Weir ,. ; ,
Independent, was in the city Sunday.:; : .
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rt" luer's store has recently '
new ; ; r f ,.
b bd ]ed with cash cars, which areenlence. \ .;. '. ," .

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vey Knight ,o( Bellevlew C .tr. .
t'"., i d'a u DAILY BANNER, the fault .' ,.' ...
i terOOD J ,% confines of this office. t.. ... y' '
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In Complete Stock I, 'R U RIGHTIn -AXI ".
: : --0- Merchandise;

W.handle oon but tee tin_brandt of cigars. your selection of a trading place ... .. THE STATE! The Delivery Wagon in charge
,Hed rien for Wall Paper and Widen 8
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    Lawson call
    You trade withRO""ELL't will
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    morning early. Save your
    PpaiiO" \14 ,,".t'* t. I I I OCUXFLA: orders and save the walk,to wwndee313m '.

    :111cy Thoroughly Repainted Inside and Out I

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    .y TO THB PCBUO A runs!: LINIraiFra ROWELL'8: is tie' place !fort. \ I

    Or' ( :Befit and the .Cheapeet. He to IBS PLAQE pG
    :,B. Pctl'LriT.f has the only Shoe Store / FOB Txxxt AwtT 'Tot : : : L. )I. THAYEB, MAXAGUUOCALAt 'TTHEJ4C7

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