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Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala 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 25, 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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THE UORWA 1XTERSAT10XM AXI) SEMI'TROPICAL EXPOSITIONfg. HEMl-TIlOlMCAIj CHORUS. Ourtnn.lIn..lrt'I.I .*. CITY & COUNTY < :

-- --- - ------ - THE LAS OF FLOW E*-. I Gorton's celebrated New Orleans Minstrels DIRECT 6 RY. II. '
one of the must' refined, most complete 101
H'rittr* byj. M. Wrw.. O"mjx ,
.1 Know je the I land where the orange and lemon existence, will appear at the Opera" >layor-I. Th.w. I'. Gary
rr Are far surer wealth than the gold in the mine ; Houxe (ILl MondnyevetingJanuary[ 2ith.* Clerk-w." ,1. nnlha-k.
Where the lIOn w liuls" from the!gulf and the ocean This l"oml'nn'I.'lUt'4 highly, t>endorsed\ \' Marshal\ 1-:.. Hall. ,.
Are frt>i 'hte.l with health, after klulng\ the (.ulll''torI'. tiadiuMi.A : .
some of the ha lint journals of.the Y
t'tole 7 M-s5r-is. K.: Melvvr.
'TI- lair ('Umt'. In a land that gleaming, country, and we have every reason to) Trt'alllll'\'r-H.1 k. Miowden.I'rekident .
With (clear sparkling lakm. nealh a trllllral believe the i erfortnnnce to be: ,given will of *mnell-Jno.. F. "111111.Iln"lol low'
mni.Where Aldermen-. .K. M an 5,11': Agnew, '
the delta glaJt and the pines and the bo strictly l first din: yvery jmrticulur. J. T. l.am'HMor. John A. HOMO L K I. U alt, K.O.: E.G.
( atty t L hammocks Of this performance, the Ikiltimore! Smith It W. I handler, I. l I\n'w II and W. U. tar &r4 -
,, t c Are tragic with deed! that a lost race has done. (Md.[' ,) Daily 'pays. : shall
sanitary InrintorW.1.. King. y
Kuow ye the land \\htro the days arc more At Maminlc:: Temple UorUin's Or'ctnal New
COUNTY OFKICERS.rpunty .
lovely, Orleans \lti strelsspicarot| toe packet houMela.itnight.
Than tie> that arc sung in fair Ilaly'i clime ; Hits organl/atlon rontatns niuong Its : ::::: : ..IndgeKlehainl: I MiiConathy.Vouiny t
/ Where the tweet song of the mocking bird linfcw luoiubers, .tine ut the Iff-t, minstrel talent in the Clerk-h. A. Miller l .
country The !sonar, tketchei; ( suit KHfIalty| acts Mierlll-K. T. William A
An.f 'h,111 the heart that maddened! to are admirably Klvt-n. and the joke* powsa the AwNxor-.f. t'. Mmhews.Collector d
crime ? merit of a ('\11l1hl'rltltl'II'Tl'\! nr trt'HhneM. 1 b" -It. T w artt awn, CUra.TrtaMinT -
minstrels will continue a. the attraction throughthe K. f>1i-w
T' where fuwanee. in low, iwellliiK nuintx'm,
li chant; liiK'tliw straits: of the old Folk week. ____ surlntendfiit| : or I'ublle Inntrutltou-M. U1'ayne
At Home, Klemlncton. ? + P,
Givltijf( the M and'rrr a dear, bh'sset)I message: Silver Sprlnn Park Items. County Coiumliwloiiert W. IA'IIf' >>. .
Trantham, M.ll.I Icon\ .F. h. I'errluV.r.Ul-
To comfort and cheer him, w here- er Le
may Our Regular! ('orn'''pondence. llainwin

rff J3 MitFrV'* ** roam. Wet and tloomy'utlH'r jircvails.Mrs. 'I 1 he County Owimlwtloum curt tue Irlt.Iou- .

Know ye! the. land where there canto daring |>il- [ .\. C'lnrk and Mrs Kate Kussell!' day s-eho.illu.ard In every month.to.. .K. Harris !i. T. WaiUuanti, J It ann.itlth..

In days grim w hen the fablott w ai a'fl.lalnltl1; are pioneering at the residence of the M. s. Miwor" A. K. uriilu.. r. i.. lnirin'. i .
'k'eltliid a fountain w hose cool, sparkling| \taten, former. dlllull1f1nr.1 meta first Ii Monday e'cry month. ,
-- ------ -- -- - --- Hire tinged with the son ruddy t blushes ofyomu Abner L. Lenvitt: and wife, with Cai'>t.Spratrne COUNTY HOARD OF HEALTH. 1

UV// ." h' 'f'TI are ! TEN .1 T 0.11.1. FLA., JAXL'AHY 'tI. I where the rlne-Irl'e pure taint II i exhaling, ,
!secretary--('apt. K; II. Kleh"r>lHon.
\\ h.Tv xKluine and cypress anweaving their cottage; which was purchased M"uhl'1O--fr. l II. .\. smith, Anthony, Mowra.M.S. .
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bow'rn I..t! ( summer. loner and 1 II. II. Irriu.
BUDGET OF HOME NEWS An Apology.The Where the,rich tlotonis, w 1th sweet alum Ialsurd :Mr.[ J. 'kt'ofTl'x:1l'1ith: family, BOARD JF TRADE.

peculiar circumstances surround- lifts glv'n the countr a name from Its tlonera. arrived last !Sunday" : and :Mr.[ L. Kruger) l'r'ioh-lIl-J.i .K. Ilium.Vice .

r. L. BITTIXOEK.Clty: Editor inir the disappearance of Dr.'. E. Van immediately stepped", forward and eiignired i rrvnl.lent" It..t. MfeUhers.ecretar .
Hood's otlice chair need Know ye the land where the Sea bll\\llellu..n the gentleman to look after his > N m. Fos.
an explanation )
-- U kin I!: of the product that "grow, in the Held: / Hhelnauer
-- :: :: H.iHr' < vcnn r -A. r. Man, Jr., C. -
and also an aiM"xy, which "here the hammocks. and high r lllng pine cottage; grounds, etc., much the family now K. IMuin,, J. II. l.lvlinji-tori, 1A..
Wedgewood ;.V-civrar. ,nl S.-n: ders. Try it. is hereby tendered the ri"!ing voting' :M.D. landii. occupy tne rear residence. 11 ih/\\/::: ';". Fox!:: and S W. Moody. .

-:; -: It teems that several days" ago (the Tis Tee where direst Ocala of,fruit 1'alatka and au.l1.et'the siiKar-c'ane>.."rlt. )'11.1. 'The. Ollt'm| Home pharmncy; i 111 now UUILDINO AND I.OAN..ASs6ciA-'
The Oliver Uvron company; took their editor-in-chief of this "paper'caine' tripping With all their fair sitters have planted tbdrt.ow'n located corner store of said building, TION.
ease at the Ocata[ I Hon[ ,e up the Mairuay his mind utterly and Mr.[ George, the proprietor will not I'rvnIdentic. \\ Ilincr.
oblivious of thii.gterrestinl I, and' the Where! trefzeR that blow from the Indian riser, spare' means to make it the finest in thecounty. Vice' 1'iVNldeiil" Kl.: Hel"iK The prices of trances! in ail tho North fact that death! and taxes awaited him Are diet rs.with tliv Lrvattt of Hit Irult and theflow' Itiretters-I'I'and| Tn'asun'rLttuis, I.Hiu'Hslcr.l Fox.Konrdot Insetittephens t

ern markets are looking\ HII.- in the future, revolving, fit, doubt, in hantind'seyeeunieoftli.b'au'"ul Although, it rained! "cats and dogs"[ ) onTu"I"y I. IIn..,u, M. KUI..1 I, A. fi. lielolient! U. D.ZacharUsand .
The Chicago lle-taurant: well ]patronized theories, Know tugs ye the land where the sweet ln>rk>iu or- night. the. ball in the OpeniI K. A. liurlord.!

tart night ailei the !1la, )'. of Huxley on evolu'ion, or penceron' In 1..AuttCIII'Hm.t's. by the wnyi-Ulo is seen, I bins-- was well attended! by the\ young OCALA RIFLES. ,
volition, or his prime, favorite, Henry TemptliiKly Ii" liiKlnK alone or In clusters, jM-ojile anti many, outside, friends. ('aptaiis-es; 1 A. Nnnli.
:Mr. Sylvester Urower. of the beautiful] George's halucinations on the tingle tax. ItriKht allies oi ol.lln their J.II""r.oC green? :-trall'l.l'rolIHt.II1(1); ( coming in, but lack First l.UMiteiianl-U.. McConnell
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'Tin where KlHsinife\ flow son to tile wuuliward, Secon'l l.leiUriiant K: Williams.Forty '"
Wekiwa, took in the show yesterday.Mr. and the millenium to dawn with it, Where dam K'klawalm wlnda under her of space' prevents us giving names.; Mt'iuU'M." Sf
--- --- when he passed' l the chair in the hall on bowr', Trees, are budding, out, blossom on FIRE COMPANY .
: )t Tom Union, of :South Lake Weir our side of the house, wantingan i owner. Whcl1Iomoo.alla I and mild WithlartMH'hee, peach I'lmn!' etc., and if thet'atht'r Chlel-T. l n. I anranler.
Flow out to the kea through the l.aIor the
took in the "llsttl.Traek"! List night
It waslkkl'd up and deposited at the Flown continues many a family will be happy Foreman"11111'1' Khrlnaurr.

Mrs. It. N. and MbKenfro a.rived (" (' editor, who. long since! [l'lIbl1..heo 10) lof'rml..lo11 of a"thor.-III.1: oter their crops of fruit.. fecund HHfclManlIxnniVolk awlhtant W. (i. Marohalt.Seenaary .
has learned what "- --- ----------
to the gods ------ --
anti their the accept -J. II. Malletl.I
yesterday
Ocala; house spread. names on t send whether rain or sunshlne.and Win. A. :Smith; the New York'orhl'i\\ Hotel Arrivals. 1 weiity-ilve; meml>ent.

register.Messrs. ing! no questions, has! since occupied[ it. special{' I FIOI Itla c'rrt'! Dr. Van Hood have tine t city taking notes of thu KxH: 'sition, rrckldent--AI rainier.
Hodefler: & Fieeman, of Citra can same by proving | Byron Mrs. Kate Byron, J. 1'. Johnson tam
and[ for this wan the first ilepoMtor! in the Merchant Jo""rt'nllIlI-\\ llculi.AsMiMiantWrlls .
dropped' yi to pass' the compliments of propert paying; notice and new Hairy Savior, :MraM Hinrv :Suylor;: Miss '' lUihanlwin.Twenty .
the with the DAILY HANKER. the one inserted!! in yesterday's 1\XXER. ** National I hat,k yesterday morn mvmlieri.LULUI.A .
day : Fii'l'
: I P. Pclnro :\1 I'M. Annie + .and. [ child,
ing. Tht- night previous, seeing tilt'tran"'r 1
----- .\ Correction.Our ) George Morton: Col. .s. :\1. s'ruger, J.W. LODGE, NO. aa, I. O. O. I'.
of the Ixxiks\ from the old building 1.
Mr. Grins I!. of Boston, one of the fintelectrician; .. .
llarway. P. :Miilfonl "DieYork .
IlIteleenrryTuet( layereuing ]
; ) t; intelligent typo' yesterday, made, the ) ,lito the new, by the electric lights 1 ; e '
:Samuel, Haiiis l J.OUil"III'I, I Kv. W. T. W. II. Ctiallle. X. O.W. .
the Tholnu.un-hL'u.tot system, is in director of the I cited SiaW' Ue ilogiva; 1 syttaat'"' iinpresMMl with the beauty and' ; .
M. "
rhlllli frrretnrr.
I'.rierly, lialtimoie:, ', Md.; .\. H. (Iriggs, 1
the city. survey, read Power when it sin.ild: have solidity of the buililinur that h<' vo\ve t __ ISoston Ma'cs.: New
; llanley) Crittendon,
been Powell. hheisfuntlasthesuntyorof he would Iotth.' first depositor. nil I loaccoinplish
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OCALA CHAPTER NO. A. M
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Mr. W m. L. li: -lloJ'. flf Silver Springs the towering peaks! and! mount.iinH'an.l which hit lost his hr..akfa..t.Omlu'oIjllludittll..of York ; O. II. Nolan, Jacksonville;, FI.1.j; via
Ocnla No. 13, It. .\. M. Convocations"flrM
and son of T. Brigham: DHion, managerof abysmal of thrkan..a", J. c\ Ihiliuis Mrs.: lliialniell, :Monta-rue, Chapter tmmtli.

the Spring Cottages<< !, was! in the cityyesterday. and Colorado rivers canyons, and,I the admirable the pence are to Fl.i.; Hits Kmmti (Hull, Fraiuv, ; Win.Ltikeris Monday niKlitlu every II. w. Linen, n, ...

report -ubmitted! to the government be cloathed\ in bran new and Urikinglv Hishop. Sitter :Strings Flit.; :Mrs.K. J. 4. Fauna, KTretary.Tho .
The \ attractive uniforms, coriespond with 1:. N. Uenfro and Mist! Kenl'ro: Opelika.Alabama. DU'lplek hold Huuday school and ,octal
Mr. M. II. the Jacksonvilleagent on same. intelligent tnotll\ll'oo| spelt r
Connally,
serrltesevery Sunday t moruIiiK al Agnuw's hall ;
of theahivillt, Chattanooga and Clarke with an S., and toO well known a their pleading physique of person. The situ l preaehiug: at tight at regular I hour; and ,+
bt. Louis! II. II.: is in tojvn interviewingour j:<,nllt'IIl\II.l\ll4o: as the esteemed :Secretary Ol'alll'lothit.r, C. U. Wateriuan will MOSTEZI: Horti., Jan. :2 I, ls.vi-C.W. l prayer uifvtliiK: crery Wednesday 111l1tUI&rO n
Expo! -l --_- must go to the credit of the intelligent be the day they will don them. S1r. J. l.'e.bnrgFlt.; (itt). ('eilonGalnca; .- 1

Dr. DuBois. nf Hudson, X. y., who evmiat.itnr. Ever} body onuht lo be able A. Uouell: : will present' each rouiuNtnau! vine, I'Iu.John; Hlnckwell NeN, III*.;

owns a beautiful winter villa at Montague [ to spell a name: correctly, but very few with a very fine cap. Oh, weare coming! :Major J. II. llriggs, Ijike Weir, Fla.; J. ............ .. .........
arrived' in the city yesterday and i'r>rsons can, 11t'1l| Clarke: with an S.; The out. M. Uenfro, Dunnellon. FII1'; .\. Hover, : : : :
; :; .lRMPORTANT:;:
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put up at the_ _lJl'alolUllu"l'_ "___n brigade rt'turll"tlllOlUe.has! ben called oil and the delegation Merchants': National Hank official: Jacksonville burg Va.; M.; II.S.Connellv T. !Saudis' .Frederick-C. & St.L : : 'H! :: :

l Mr. arauel Hartz ill U! erecting! a very -------_-- are occupying their inatHiiticent, new Hallway ; O.I II. l': hvanl, trahamville, .. ...... ..................................r..................................

handsome residentat llonieo' on a lot Let UN take a (iuiml Un II)'. counting convenience.and hones, which, in design! finish, Fla.: ; F. M. Lurcher. (Columbia S. C.; JOM. .. .. "
t taste, : refined t'legan'eaurpsts.t's ". .
recently purchased of Mr[ :Sylvester. Do the |eople' of Ocala and\ :Marion[ anything of the kind in the Wiicox, riiiludelahia, I'a.iT.; I.. Manjuir[ ................1........................................L....._._..
Brower overlooking! the translucent Blue county fully appreciate the important State of Florida. Out is A. M. Railway ; / Freeman.. Cilra, .,
only that
-I Spring, __ I and t-L'iiilicance! of TneHerinit us at thin regret wiriting I Fla.; 1:. 1'. Murfi.rd[ New York ; (8. W. n s =
!.ilh, the opening; day of the emi-Tropi- Moor[ Cltiu! Fla.; Thos. J. ittion, South
I Secretary 'lark., the undelutigable'[ all;night, cal ? "'l' trust! so; and that every man to later go on.into details, which will be dune LAke Weir, Fla.: : J. W. McClymonds:\ ......................................................-...................

and hiscorimofa-sUtanWKit} of ..,. 1lj-T1''l'iN up Xetn all woman and child in :Marion county will ---_ -- --- City ; Albertiis Vogt: Dunnellon, Fla.; :, .: .
: mailing a ton the dance attendance on that ,Ia,'. 'Kali: (for The stone. and[ brick work on the M. K. (iillett, South" Lake't'ir., Fla.; S.
I \1 over America, which tell'f! all about ......... .. : : ..
in OlaloU the the f EXllf' )>litioll. bridge across the run on the stieet leading II. iaithkill, Mclntosh. : : : :
great Exposition to open to die 1 Kx| .. .. .
:9th. - -- A Fair Warning ready for the. cilia and 'fl joring.I All agreevh ;visited:; the; ditferont .I.? N..O'PIt'uTrC."r.TO i. .J. .J.
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Captain I'.enfro: mine host" of the Those intending, making exhibits. at Hr.> Other will completu the earthen circuses' lately exhibited in Ocala that .. ....... ..,... ...... ...... ._.. .. : ..
I Rentro IIou"e, })ulluI>:!on, was up yen the Semi-Tropical Exposition' must remember tilling on the abutments\ to-day, and tomorrow the ll tM the least uid joorest.JIuwu'fl i
and took in the circu* aNd also tha* their articles. to go free the floor! goes' down, and then last Hingley's, though the last
terday
State railroads .t be consignedto travel made the gi tt'ah'ht pretension and attempted 1
i inserted the Inside Track, and when over mu can cross ... ...
the General Manager, and have on to give the former a black eyo
the latter performance i. .T.H.E.r.LADIESNI:
he came away from The DAILY HANKER .
enjoyed unkind insinuations.
he looked remarkably well plea! tag; "For Exhibition only. The tags pleasant call from Kev. J. li. a'ery by .. .. .. .. ..
IA'v. the ; :
IHS had. of Clarke. I!
can Secretary ; ;K. !
TO TIUMK 51.110 ,irom> LIKK TO
new Methodist divine He i Ilf a 1'1 'a"alt Jacksonville U getting excited. over ,

Col. S. ''. II. Cruser. of New York Citv, Ilxcuralon; appearing, atl'able, and genial' shaken<| perfcctim her sanitary conditions.: The I :I ....... .t"TUJl/.I'... .. .........."..:..... ::

1 is in town and Mopping at the Ocala To-morrow and Sunday the enterpris. I gentleman, and we know he will make council 'sits appropriated( l,0iQ.) ). to IHpaid > i S I it has .ci me.to. .uur.I!. ..iioiltxathat.. ..a,.number!..ut
I House. Mr. Cruger is the vuxpresidentof I an efficient and |opiilar pastor.Mr. to Professor owditch, of host on,
l\\\ the S. S., O. & G. 1 U.: K J: and knowi a-+ ing 1', "S.' O. & .i. will give an excursionto a noted exj..erl on sanitary engineering, .' .Housewives"' "...' II III !
the late candidate for, Lieutenant Governor llomof-assa.! Only *2 for the round I : !Samuel Funk, one of the most who will visit the
of the State of NewY, ork on the trip. The Sunday morning! train will successful: nurserymen and orange) grove and then mbmlt! n retort The TiiMiI'nivn I i --Iieslre.to take dvatitair uf our. :::!
i ticket with ex-Senator Warner )Miller leave Ocala at y a. m. WLnchlile lrOtut.-er.[ in the Marion county, wa of yesterdayalU on GovernorFlouiug .

FLA.\11 Woodpulp fame, and one of the big -Is. Touriiniiienl. taking in the county metropolis today.Mr. to invu.u the aid of the Legislature ,:( IMMENSE STOCK OFGPOCEKIES !,

President Wilson of the :Semi-Tropi- The gallant youths of Lochbie will I'hil1t2ent: has disposed 1 of aliurttan the city at to Its i issue extra bond IIt-I>>sion for to emjMjwer 1 But'A , military -
14$ rON cal is all smiles this morning a* he can contend this afternoon in striving to Bee of his tract of land near Sum purlaaea i! ...................... .that..............._.., :
t now recline in his duplex double!! back to whom will LA given the honor and roerfioid to a Mr. Mcliride, of Jack.m'Hle. ___'_ WE WILL DELIVER ALL OROCfKIKfl
acting office chair, and communicate glory of naming and rrowninz: the fail- who will erect utxm name r f).C IIIrtJll.lence. The Oliver Byron Troupe gate an ex- .! : ... : ... : ... \i

with thegreat world, around him I tnrough est and .vsfcetestx>f her daughters 1 queenof tvlleiit jH-rfoiiiiaiii, to a large audience Itoughi. ...(ruin. si., to. .any. J rrt.uf.the.city,.w'lTh. rI'It0J11'TYEtctl

his fair writer Miss J. !Head}, of beaut To-night a grand[ ball will bea IAilt hight at the Opi.i Houite. The AND I>IHI ATCII I
1 1it BarnesvilleGa.type who armed last even fitting ending to M day of great festivity The Serai-Tropical! the auperb Mr- Myronx are prime favorites with us. i : .. ... : .. I
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ing. Presi ent'Wil on has tabooed the and rejoicing. t ,, :National Dank and the elegant i ::.:::.-Oor Grocery Department IIn I.:::::
Ocala House, all all|>ear in the una|" Mr.! E. M. Oregg. whohs been ruatU I ..'.. '' .
pen and all his thoughtare! impressedon of the The genial) and hospitable, president, proachable advertising column of the eating in !South Curoilna fur several. : ttoryi;; tf J.: M. '(14'TEH,"am4';' ;.';.I .; sM1

paper by the manipulations the handsome cashier, wave teller the great and good Tlint.Unv/n yesterday. month, i itl attain on bin f. )' winsome type writer. facinatmg bookkeeping, the amiable assistant .L ':': __ : l- ::[:::: XCELL HcF.A/}i::; : :};:::{Ak1YTF: i
and the! war like collector of the The FRt National Ink putting in A One drunk before his lion -r s wterday
advantageof flu airiest U ......
jt Let the people of Urala take Merchant. National) Bank unite brick curve around the ride walk and but a. the city clerk i i. .ick, : l I. offender ooiu
new
the and grand opportunity oU now furniture preseuttngttaelf made and I return th.uktoMr B. N. Redding, the latter i i. to be j *vtl with the saints U off on bail. i A | Household; Word NIi I I
hare their
BLEalM material. A desirable
furnttare through the column of the DAILY BAV- 1 very Improvement. .
the Corntway
lw. Do not have to remove The Otsla Water have ,
lor a number of truly lovely bonueUwhich _______________ placxd
II from the d wellinl Am *'+arel l.todo SER a register in Young A Co'.a, window to ; ; I f
i < the work where :it i II fount. mil : adorned. the ditff rent desks of that Fine block fur Hale. show the prepare at all time ...-.............-.........i......................................... ,

- take pieces in all conditions (rom bad to t fiscal institution yesterday. Car load of hone and mules aDd very : BENJAMIN j i&i j FOX i )

I Iif i wore*. Do not soil the floor ; work first I fine Jersey cattle, to be mold cheap for The weather rtiaaln uniMrttlod. ..N.N .....T-M..M. ,.._.N._......._ .
r I It Wm. Lagrasae of Kli. )10. .
1 Mr. bury. ,
t cash Root'
<;Jaw or no charpea made. Old oleograph I, at livery stable. JalbUTIt j i. / .j! tL
1 or ongmalbeauty i who sp nt last winter in the city U Fine Texas llora .. : i I i

.J wall picture prices reasonable.brougnt to tbf'ir.Parties wtshthrough I again with UI and rests at the Magnolia.Mr. E. YONCCE tC ), The Ocala Plam- Two gtr-loads of flD. grad northern ..-........-......... ........ .................-.. r
; L. ha an oiangegroveit Lake Weir her*. Calla d examine their fine stock
me a card Texan bora 4 will arrive next Thursdays
i 8 me to rail. will drop
an4. beBC please Respectfully, t and of coarse will vitut it to 1M tbe and fret good work at reasonable prices.d ForaalA.cbe-p. Inquire of ,
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t,. Tills OCALA DAILY n.t."En. WHO IS DOING IT?' Lama 34, Tennessee 23. Kentucky 28, T EXI'OHT IttSINESS: .

..' \ Georgia 23, Wr''t Virginia 22, Texas!' 20, -Drug Line-

':'. F. E. HARRIS, ttditor, There is an idea prevalent that the Virginia 14Xorth Carolina 12, Arkansas The Shipment From .Incksonvllle

Moo! .__ __ industrial development of the South is 11[, South Carolina ]2. Street railway, for the Month of December.
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l'Jt" --- -- ---- the work of Northern brains', capital and 88-17 in Georgia, 13 in Tennrrw and Last month there were extorted coastwise -

energy and I the South and the Southernerrets balance equally ilUtrihut&l 1 among the from 'hat city per watercra,1asful-

J'I' .i credit for nothing Many persona' other Htatec. Watr works 51, pretty lows : TIlE PLACE TO FIND THEM

\ ''r believe that the orange industry Florda evenly distributed among all the d9\.5O'\ > fe t estimated value.. '.'!.172 .>"

( .J because largely developed since the tatei.Voo
r. 'ar. is' owing almost altogether. to North 48J'71: North: Georgia Carolina); Tenno M Arkansas'ee 78, Alabama 38 Ken- .: Shingles Ruses oranws, tIC.C,r1..1.::ao-: :>:::::::::::::,.::::,::::::::: '7.a I ?:?' 'C J DELOUEST

,., ern ingenuity, foresight' and. skill Time Barrel melts, tvi" .... ................ ............ 't C) (1 DR. ,
tacky 3G. Texas 28 lit sic i: ippi 23 Florida :
South-in ye olden time-achieved a Bales of 1. 'I.::' : j
wonderful reputation for 'indolence 52. In addition IT the al: .-e the I'nckHKfi cotton.of inerchandlH1,1.: '............. 6/t.i i mi --t\\'snT SIDE i! QeARR.tmcAh5.t .)-

f ;" which it I is almost impossible for tho nrojl'dt'l11111rlng u'r >llanems itulmtrics. est -.blUlr'ejpited' and 533:?. Total... .... ........... .........iI ".< i t I'I I I FLORIDA
'1J Ar t new South to overcome. Everyouts thetvcarr tt feet ot.
V r V ; erner I is looked upon aw I\;: ard. Let Texas:! (Jt'atil1l"lth GO( ieo i01, Tense I The (f>'ne lumoer.valuedat11. &m 31S8

us' glance at the men engaced in the. orange I e,9.. Alabama 52, Vii !inia! ;30, Louisiana ,I yellow
I and l who :21.! IMP Tmae.nvm\nn\ review
t riorum, see r ri
industry '
s ; are. Tlie first ''' article "says!' the haste ilo not fco muck show The Ilea Gr., cry, :Maunoha trt'et.I's
r, they newspaper|
.:= what has been built inirate the to buy vo'nr Il'rOt't.'rit! -.
urging the planting of orange) trees for actually as they place iJi1iiiEi& co.
' ,M OCALA, FLA., JAKVARY *S, 138'9. profit, that we remember, wan from the the wide diversity and unmistakable n: X \ritARiA4, PioprUlor.d S. t ,

1, jfrn of tho late Col. !S, M. O. Gary, a drift of enterpr and endeavor in Sldeclm ,
Southern man. The first' to en- the Southern States and demonstrate
i' e It is paid that the members of the Far. pure in it to any extent was person Mr. (tip the rapid strides the section is making! From Year to Year -0Wholesale-

h''z. I rners Alliance at Its late meeting in Bro\\' the father of C. M. Krown. The owarn becoming the manufacturing re- "One of UAPH.KL: TUCK 4. FOX ralendarj Retail

t? Jacksonville. left $;;,OO') with her merchant father 111 it long since dead but his'! son, C.M. ion which its abundance of renounces for form the and ard S9 is,reap by/. a Pauline itemU Suuter Is lu, with & rI

b + ., is one of the lathes and most active has. fitted it for. couplet by teen :'1. Hurnride January show -DEALERS IX--
I. orange growers In the State. The Browns The South John Wanamaker, the great Philadelphia for generations have l open living in the that there '" a new birth not only in behind them a little wagon" full of doll\ ; they

;\1 dry goods merchant, ban gone to South. :Mr. K.: J. Harris put out a sweet name but In deed, and that for industryand hold they one are another innocent by,the their hand bait and fluit Ick ring as prettyas In the 1 l GroceriesOCALA 1 '

Europepreparatory{ it is aid' to going into grove on Lake Harris as rail iy BM 1814] skill a.id in the accomplishment. of breeze and lithe 1 in masses over their foreheads, Hanlwarc( \\ ) (&T I

PreHident llarrison'H cabinet. and his son, James A. Harris, is one of treat things her climate is no bat and heir( chubby faces aglow I'uelr with I appeal good, "couldwe natnreand
dolls I laughing
even
s the larges Iroer" In the State Col. A. that her jxtiple are as active .any peo- stay this year with yon: ;," cottllnot be is-
Prominent colored Republicans from allover L. Eichelberger, whose name is knownall )le anywhere-that they are as. active fused by any on*. They evidently I stay the year, -:>----

the country will cation President over Florida, and whenever it is In the puiouit of peace as. they were active for various in the occupations gave, that, feeding follow they birds are shown pluckbtgwild In r I 1 t FLORIDA
elect Harrinon' February let. The mt'iitionad be is always referred teas in the prosecution of war. flower,rollicking in etberl\ y helms, and Cm 31-.le
colored orator, John M, Lantston, Esoh the man of "irrepressible! activity." I Dr. fitting by the seashore making' "little riven In the
'S of Florida' Wealth. sand. On the between June and. July there
t Virginia, will head the procewrion and Fakes who has a hundred-acre bearing of pane milestone almost! hldI..Iy. the
t Is a
a picture
'z act an pjioke!aian. grove near town ; \V. C. Jelloids, Dunn During the past eight years the wealthof flowers but on which the inscription \Halfway

Brothers, Agnew, Weathers!!, Douglas). Florida has Increased G7,910OCJ, I ?' can I* seen Throughout the Calendar
k The 'early Inl'Ome of the went 1 Kimberly EichelLrt'rgcr,*, Tom Barnes, :Sam 1'yles, which is 211 ner cent This is a very different they are drewed month I In of costumes the yewr. appropriate In April\ they to took the -

ter % diamond mines in South Africa is Frank I'onser Judge Means, George/ cheering Allowing, and she is advancingat refuse from the showers 'neath umbral'ii; in
. 'k >120,000,000, and besides this it is cli Wilson!: Dixon Irvine Henry Ixiiig. a rapid rat May they fall asleep among the daisies In the
t? ;' mated that fully tilOOOOrlC'orth( )<)( of Chins Gibson, Hatton Howard GeuiralIlullock The Florida correspondent of the field as they murmur. :
"So4 Ling, nodding to and fro
,, : 'diamond are stolen ever year by tie! Capt. J. L. and E. L. Came" I Americangricullurixt f \ save : In the grans the daMesgrow.: AT's
lativcH who work in nee.' I D. Harrison: Dr. :Moody, A. S. Collins, A man with a small sum of moneycan In December they depart, mullled up to protest
and hundreds of others wo might mention do better, and \be more comfortablein themselves from the cold, their satchel on M
clock olnt
their arms and as the hands of the |
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Some Wilkeffiarre, Pa., voting: men in all parts of toe county are all this sunny land than in the far \\Vst. to midnight. they say :
d who have been dubbed the 'Pious Ten" Southern:; amen There aro manygioves Especially is this true as to invalids.' '\\e iioj;* you have had a pleasant)'I'IIr.' ,
organized o red by Northern: men and tharl' Tim He who have pulmonary disease'will! The legit "p"ge of the Calendar: bll* a candle
AT2'i 1\/1 alltl-I ofj\llity club. i
burnt almost to the bottom and Is just d>Ing out
c T. fl.oO in tines wan collected within "., HH merge: !'c anil mirceHnfnl a* Southern find here a lt'lplf not perfect cure, as IndlcHting the close\ of the near "
ten minutes after the R.-JPliolloftlu'! by I I men engaged in the same business we have no sudden. changes.: a..d the This ('harluhlK<'alendar \Hook for l >v.t has '"
t laws Mathewsand: the llrothein air from the and Gulf pnges of color and moiiothroiue illustrations,
it is expected the club will liver llillyer balmy ocean comesfreighted gold edged, llk cord and tawK'! Can be found one of the
high, for a limo at Ica.st. were among the, first to put out groven with the healing! odor of! A dainty gift-to w had at nil first-class stores!
We mention, In>w ever, that the great "[ ires. All labor has a sure remunera throughout United States: or mailed to any
,) ---- bulk of Suitlifrn tion. The land is loam. uidnsaonreceintof50cents, .Addrrs
A diamond orange growers are sandy or mucky '
owned 1 in IlnU'aln and KAI'll/EL Tf< K A SONS.
known as the "Hulfiilo pern," wriclis tin) men, 10 correct a most' t {prevalent: and high rolling pine is the l 11f'f'lt for orange 2'.I'IlIroatwar. New York. Best assorted selected and
wide-spread opinion that Southern men proves and fruit trees while low ,
Carats and is be the '
in I'ulpol'Il'11) | to largest are all laggards and in the great Industrial land 114 the best gardening The prices --
the United ;
t :.states. It is about the
size of an almond and before development of the South they tig- for wild land range from Un, to one TRAVELER'S GUIDE.
cutting urn very smallv. hundred dollars per acre, and for im
weighed 95 carats. It most desirable
>S Amsterdam for faO.ooo, was bought in Let us take another branch of indu- $100 to $1,000 per acre. :Most! Schedule of the S. S. O. & G. R R. priced '

t trv : the l1e\\'lCpI\J'et! TIll! Savannah holders will 1I1I11nll on long time with Leave Dealt 7.15 A. ;v.llomosassa 4t
;c 1 A;'I'IJ. the Charleston A'i vt and Courier, a small amount down ; but the 1'"ualwav .. ..13 P. M.

) The sanitary condition of Tampa and t the Atlanta ('owltit'ltioll< the Maci>n TdrJirajili is one-half cash, and the remainderon F. C. tt P. R. R, (Old F. R. & N. Line.)
its !suburbs must l he looked after very the New Orleans J'icitijunr; and "time. In this county there is some Stock of Dry GoodsIn
Schedule.
closely and in good 1 condition. Wo Tiiiut'Dtiiuimtt, the Galveston AVw, the railroad land for sale and,I some Government
thiN
understand is being neglected.! Uichmond F.mm.juirrr, the Mobile: /:<'<)'ler, land in the counties west and SOITH BOCSD.i'auengcr .

Tampa Tribune. And )' the 7i ibuneopr the liirmlnL'ham Ayr! and the Jacksonville south of us. The inhabitants of this sec .. arrt\'elln.. .. Ocaia.. ..._..........0.07:Z.lft! A.. M.:M.

;. poses an extra session of the legislature! 7ieus' ('niou, are nil owned and, controlled tion are mostly from the, Northern States: Freight ......?..........._.1.-15 p, x. the City.
( to provide better measures for oanitary It)' Southern men, Southern" those from Ohio Massachusetts: predominating ("OBTH rOCSD.'aiwuecr .

and health purposes. From the above brains and Southern; energy. This lake region has the arrives in Ocala,,,,,,,,.,,.,,,.,. 9,07 A. M. d 31 dec 4 mWatCIIQan .
clipping it is evident that all county t And so it is of the Railroads null best of society, with fine schools and! : ".. .....>...........11.10 P. M.
boards of health do not do their duty banking institution of the South-nine- churches. There is pood railroad amt Freight L15 A. M.JOII.N .

e Tampa had yellow fever the plat two tenths of them are o|*'rated and eon- water transportation, so the price of dry S, FKAZER: ,
c sunjrucra. trolled by Southern men. Ont of the goods and groceries are about the same I'p Town Ticket Agent.

' ashes! and desolation of war, the :South; AS inht' North. This is also true uf The F. S. R. R. Time Table.
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Tile t Savannah Sews of Monday has in a word, hm been built up almost entirely lumber and building ml\terial.-Cllf1rle'. SOCIH BOl'M:

a lengthy account of(he fraudulent opei- by the resolute energy of her own F. Hart, Orange county, Flu. Passenger arrives In Ot. ,1a.....?.. 1.55 p, M
+ ations of W. U Fletcher, a new conunit.- sons and daughters! We are glad the: "." .. CAn\.
anon merchant of that city, who had suddenly New York .'trr rc, o';nizcs this f.ict amid The Australian System. Freight;! .5 ,. '. ................. 12.05a.: IA.: x N.:

t come up missing and also a large: is generous enoi' h to give U'l credit Hotton \nninerrial( ( C, ktin. NORTH BOCMD.

quantity of fruit consigned to him b\,' therefor. The So.nn( belongs: to the common The voting which Passenger!! arrives! lu Ocala. 7.15 A. x. : :!A11: 1: : .ng 3 .
new
Florida orangtl: -growems. Only anther branch of the American family- system toes ......... ... ....10 P. )t. ,.
? into ellect! In Massacdusetts next year, Freight .. ... ;
9t # 4 Instance of trusting to t the honor o' imbued with the .Mime aspirations and! and which is n copy ol the Australian :. 5: :: ;' ::::A:1:::::::::::: tf.V:')) A.A.: ::
et Grangers who aro in OIK.-II comjivtitiorwith hopes| and possessing the same industry, ballot is causing much interest
merchants at home mid abroad who hkill and energy.) The Star says : system! Ocklawaha River Boats.

,,4 have always )proved Hue and reliable In one respect the development of the new IndiiHtrlal all over tile country, and requests lor Steamer Okanumkee \leave falatka............ ....... A Complete Stock of
iMtulh hai bt'en : limo whole copies of the law have l been received b\' ........Jtondaya, Wt'llneltll'r1dlir', 9,30 a. m.
When will the oranje- rUWf'rli of Florida movement tithe!' moM extvptional.iiirprUlnit feature of thecountryi Secretary of the Commonwealth Pierce Leave:! Silver 1>1.nngs............................. ...,......
cease being gulled l by |Koplu of whom progress durlni' the I punt ten jcar. It from legislators in every State in the .....Tuesdays, ThunHtays. t-aturday, 9ivj: a. m
they know nothing intil too late han produce! results I of the most far-reaching I Im Union. Kfforts: will probably be madeto Gents''
l'On&III't'. Hut it ha* 1 been!' the work of southern Furnishing
men themovUc: There bill "been no welUletiued have the name law adopted tm y' many 1'. GARY, M. U ,
Tho Sunday Newspaper.llev. ImuilRration t>> the Southern Statea. Nortlen other :States; this year. The Mate print 'rno8. -
) men who music their home In the Sou .
the ballots for offices and
all State the
J. W. Ingrain, of Jloniphis the erl Hl I after the uarhavborne ,
recently during |> li Immediately : PUTMC1AN AM jJ\'RGJoO: .
preached l a sermon in defense of more or shareu I: / the; work. The railroad cities and towns for municipal and town Goods.

the Sunday newspaper which has caused bulldliiK and the new manufacturing- ,ilnVes, and the names of all I candidates, Rooms Agnew" i.ary'k Block OCM ,
I IIIK and nit-til 1 ludustrlea of the "South" have
ballot. The bi 'Cots
of local hentatioii and anon one are givento Tweuty-wveu 'car'. experience In
eomethiiii a may drawn a coimlderaMe body of profcKxioiial onkilled ) Florida
provoko a fresh and very general dUcu \ men Iti vat-out llnei to that twtlou. Thh) voters by the precinct oilicers. TIIC'ott'r I D'sewes. d.ijan.iiu wjantOs7iyTo ;
atop of the movement tin 1It'n-r anumed large pnrtlomi, \ takes his ballot into a private HEADY MADE
subject ,
nor baa it teen lunplvmented by at conxlderable -- ------- --
and ''narks the which he
room, names
L This divine! thinks that i If
Memphis 'Immigration .nnu hurono. In act, the varled
the Sunday newspaper Is! stopped because Indumrlal and c.tnwen'lal.etmtsrpt'ecsw'hlchhaveehauged wants to'Ie for. He will be fined for
'". the facet the South are lu the showing his marked ballot to any one, ,
Urea secular labor the of
CLOTHINGTailoring
n it re on day
main manned and ottloercd by natty of that
and fine is levied! whoatteml'ts
a o > a
person
rest, that for tile same reason all'he ectlon. our Lady Customers
to find out for whom he votes
the should IM furled all the
sails
F on sea While this is true, the South otTers: aJ.t'n..roul'l blow struck
Thus at the
deadly -
trains and street should politiml
er r.irs
JI assenL welcome to immigrants from
the tires in all the furnaces heeler and ballot distributor!! at
4 be stoPI'tIl\nd other States and I countries and is will into : Unex
the poll, a consummationdevoutly fob Department
should IK before |
extinguished 12 share with them the glories of he
"' o'clock every Saturday night He( l>ellevPH rich heritage., We ask them to comeWe wished. The printers will lose a very, celled in Fits and Prices.

that Christ hail more 11 bt'nll'It''s do not believe there is any other region largo and profitable business in the. Miss McColgau leaves decSMm

of the Sabbath than most of Ins followers I on earth thai otters: more attraction!'! printing\ parties of and the of j jegular\split tickets ballots :for or politin independent j iu a few days for New
and that all Sabbath from
legislation
Inducements for
or superior t'plt'\It'ut'r- I. J. BROKAW
candidate and also the ever York. We would
tho time of Constantine to the present. r'-Hj or labor. : say ,
has been purely human. The following. prevalent stickers which have shown Increased : to any who have workto -1-
popularity each The printers '
year.
1 is the conclusion of his remarks :
r S The New South 1Il'1t'.tf\tllll the State and cities anti do, that we are
II lithe province of the church to dtfTiwe Its.ownsptrltthroughuut going THE MARION COUNTY NUR
o the world and not sty toulagoulxc In addition to the t figures we have towns will be the gainers. However, to close out our
everything without doing good thereby given in previous issues of the BANNER anxious candidates will probably wanliters SERYMAN.

from. II the the I church buuJay ft morning Ucau-w the paper I pai\0519 r ha{poopl more the TNllf lIIar" published at Chattanooga flyers and circulars as of yoreand winter !Stock as nearas *

drawing power than the purple, and the fault 1 t. gives somc mntertasting facts relative the printers will probably and theproverbial possible!\ and goods ___ i ___
with the imlplt, not with olrbh Issuer. It 1s no. to the I industrial dlvelopment of the half loaf better than no bread.
claimed that the content a mornInguewtpapen will be sold at cost for OFFERS t
are entirely whol* ouieor pu'if Southern States, :o to show that TO TUB PUBLIC A FIXE LINE
t' )lug, but even then MM should try to rvirulatenot the South is on her meta and U in earnest Senator Vance, of N'oilh Carolina: i In the next lOda'Ioro\ OF NURSERY STOCK--GRAPE .
AiinlallaU U Is fomlblu to aceornpluu the iu her strides for the seat of industrial the Senate the other day, to show the
''S former The church but the never latter api never rail 13 grtxtUr be don dUadranta empire. The general activity, n'sth" interest in which the common people will put in a gwnl VINK3: A 8PCIALITY.djanl52m .

*ethan when she uudertikoi to regulate those TradttnMH, is strikingly suggested b,' take in the wool question read what h.. spring stock and must
thing which lie back oud her legitimate mltilonl the fact that the total nu'uber of railroad termed ".\ protects pastoral, or the -1-
k make for it.Very
the beau to the spiritual ludi room .
\ben path
caked by the great head of the church, the wtl companies organized in the South girl with only one stocking, Wpo8l'lt ADDRESS, Anthony Fla.LANDJTITLBS.
be omnipotent for the purpose for vr-lcu rSe w a. during the year 13S3 was 245. Alabama and arranged for the spinning wheel and
S established amoumeu. dedicated to that devote Respectfully,
f. leading with 39 Georgia! Tennnessee respectfully 1 1t 1t
81: Texas 2$, Arkansas and Florida each friend of protected machinery and high
,5t The New York JVi&mK of the 22 inst. :23, Kentucky 19 Virginia 16, W'fIt'Ir- taxes, the Senator from Rhode Island I1 !

says "Governor Fleming, of Florida, .ginU i>. Louisiana and Mississippi each 8, The following Is a sample of the "pas =Hood=&= Nash.=

r; ties done a sensible thing |Iu calling the South Carolina t>, North Carolina 5. Natural toral:" I
Legislature of the State to meet: in extra gas and oil companies 17, oil mill "Our Marl ha4. "ttl. I' nb.
And her beau!' WM moat intent
THE ADAMS
t.;;. I eeesion to organize a hoard of Health 21, rolling mills 7. There were 30 bias To make lu wc 1. beyond lu wo.h.Brtuf BEACON &

1! and enact the necessary sanitary and furnaces projected during the year, 7 m $d pq rent." *JASVT. LANCASTER ABSTRACT COMPAXY.V .
i' quarantine laws. Of course everybody Alabama, 9 in Georgia in Kentucky, 10 ,
I }, paying tb.t It such',a step' had been in Mississippi 6 in Tennessee one each I Tremendously High Water. -1- V\--t-'

taken a ear ago Jacksonville might Texas, VtrgluLand West Virginia. Glassworks The roadmaater eotUhof Eostii oa the I J

have escaped the awful scourge from four--a, in Georgia in West Vir F.; S. R. K. report water so high at LEADING REAL ESTATE DEALER.: IS THE PLACE 70 GET THE FACTS

\ which the is joel fOOI;>nring, There i ino let inla. Ice factories. 50-11 in Georgia, 9 places that be had to K U* the rail 13
quarreling with the remark but cup in Tennessee, 7 in Alabama the remainder Incites South of WiUUood the water -1- ; -1-1OrrItZ.

_i.t** KtatA$ whkh has never be nKBB In other States. The total natnbeof \ U covering the whole txsl try to such an // : : OCALA HOCTK
OCALA t : t > i FLUWDA ,
\.tI. \ 4sla' inlulr &i atria! ppftnle4 or.ys extra that droves of cirUp art taking
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OCALA! 1/IARION 1 COUNTY mm) 1 I JANUARY 2 9tI1 tl) '188 1





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This, will be an Exposition ofPomologic.il. Horticnluiial and Agricultural product of Flonda, and her roils. tunluis uood! imiu'ial: 11H11i.hwk. and in addition articles '
and products of general interest! from all htites! and countries:+, Entry is opon to the worM for the display: of its pntdutt No charge fin entries: nor "hp.u' fur the\ piodnctw or e
manufactures of Florida. .
The United States Kxpeumental Station: for impimeuunt and development: of prodm: Indigenous! to tin section.. has Ilt'n l : located: contiguous! to our exposition' : giotinds.ftaTAVe .
invite exhibits of all dl.-t'1'lphonol.: paiticulaih: those peitainnnjto the arts: nH.'chal1lt'l'I1\lHl agriculture. guaranteeing nnifoini ionrtesto: all exhinitois.) '




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I p't -C?''\". CAMl'BKLL, SK, General Manager. G, S. M.\YO, Tieasuiei: J. O. CLAltKb, Secrttaij.




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Bring note. tablaled in our neo and eltgaiU Mini buildup, ve arei>rt}"iretl i to gunrcnttetatufaclioo'.toall. .... 8m Slww> 1 r
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-:BOA un OF DIHECTOHS.J .:-- One of the finest and Ix-ft, tNjuIjpjMjil laiikmtioavi; in the State owned by the
bank We have ei|-ecial facilities fur making ('olhition.*on all ruh We will extend eMrv iwirti-nj and far to our <'m" / .'t'CJflHIHf'lIt! with sale
.. O, F.1HTNN, E. P. mS IUJ\ES.: -nanking.and shall give prompt and careful atttntiou tit sill iMinineM' .'ntrimt-.! to us ,
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\. CJlAS.RJlEISAUER, J.A. EINSTEIN, Ve solicit your BANK ACCOUNT and all business In our line, and
CRVEY KNIGHT) WM- Asm'H-O:I:: guarantee entire satisfaction ir

,, J.c.PERINE, H R. MCONNELLM I. M. TIIAYfcR, CORRESPONDENTS Sasll, BoOl's.) B1in s

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CORRESPOSDE.v$: outhern Bank of Georgia, Savannah -AT-

National ParA hank: of New YQTk Jlat'mrc .'VatWr'VIl hunk.:. ,1 Jlott.m.'lationnl t& Special CorreHj" )ondentH in all importaut cities ill the \\Vnt.
Blink 01 Slt'anMh (lt rgia. ttlri A. E. DELOUST.
Mercantile hacking Cbmany, AtlantanwlO << Lo.iiarile Ri "king Company, I hu Mrillt, Ky. ,
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-LEADS IN 1nWatell. E1 --
PLUMIiCK, 7 Shines replete' with everything in
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The .Florida Railway ,fc Navigation :

company will i plan exnioion ticket) on ; y
bale to tli)(" Kla Exl|'mition on January '
28th and 29th, limited to February 1st.
The following are the rates: ..

Fernandina......... 11( 1JCallahau r."
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Baldwin. 2 75
r ( H llighlau4...... ......... .................................. 2 225Kturke G1lewtey. 1 1'I

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Hamilton.... ... 173
Wald ... ... .... .N........ ..........NN.N- 1 :.u N ,
Orange Heights........ 1 Mialntwvllltf ) -
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IAlchlolwut....."..........................M.................?. 11N1
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Antbon ............... ....._............ '
Silver bprings.N.,. ..........."N...................." jl1Betlevlew.
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8ummerllellt iiiii ;. .., .. .. .... 85 .
Oxford......... ..: ... .... .:,...... .. 1 (M
Wlldwoodt ......................... ....... ......... 10,5' V
Orange llqme............................"........N......... 1 10 o "
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KldoraUoTavnreH. ... L 1 60
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Arrutlondo........................................_......... 17.1 2I

Archer brouRon: ;i:::::::::::::::::::::!:::::.::::::::::::::.:'::::::::: 22Sa tio .

Otter Creek.................................................. C /II(0
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Cedar Kll/ey'Key;: :::..:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: 975 GV

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Dade (9t ....... tin
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t'laut C'ltr..._ 230Uliil r'1t
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UNSURPASSEDjlN" .IN APPOINTMENTS TO ANY IN THE STATE!
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< : J GEORGE McKAY, ROWELL ? ,
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.J 1.a31M UTIFUL LAWNS AND CROQUET GROUNDS DUo O H. J. C. PRINK, :..

8. H. RICHMOND, ENTI8T8. .
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ROWELL'S is the place for the I Har tk. is*tIsxsnol.
f VIL &KB AND eCEVKYOB.A eppointmtne and b;(
and the He equipped d.ntel rooms is th. Stu. of Fonda .
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j MANAGZL both memben 01 the ana I
L. MCTHAYER, thoroucb" !
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fp3AVeRTIMe has the only Shoe Store. qror-loDa.l17. ne pubUe napeeuul invned
too tall and
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tranjict badnMi for non-real* N.w Xereh&D&a' National Beak
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