The Ocala banner
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 Material Information
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 29, 1889
Publication Date: 1883-
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
daily (except sunday)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 17, no. 12 (Aug. 25, 1883)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for 1884 later called new ser. vol. 2.
General Note: Editors: T.W. Harris, F.E. Harris, C.L. Bittinger.
General Note: Description based on: New ser., vol. 2, no. 14 (Dec. 1, 1883).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 002052272
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THE FLORIDA ISTERSATIOSAL AXD SEXLTROriCAL EXPOSITION I which' hung suspended! {: ;; from the crept: CITY & ,
1 I the building, while streamers' of red and COUNTY .
AN ram I DAY blue crofwtHfover the front of the house!' DIRECTORY 1

, Messrs." Henjamin A Fox, in the drapingof .

I their dry goods etnloriunt] went the CITY OFFICERS, (

I newsdealer one better in the manner Major -Dr Huw I I'. Gary l..
and style in which they ?o tastcly imitated nrL -S. A. Hnlloi k.
I Marshal
-c !K hall
: him, t otliTtorK\ I', i.it.lmm.; "
President Dunn) of the It'rdlll1tll'Satlonal AmMwwr-D." | K Mtlvrr. ,

The Semi-Tropical Exposition Hank, ably assisted by Dr. J. C. Tn''lIl't'r-R.I'nkMrntortounrll. R Miow.leii-Jno. K. Dunn, ..

I'eriiH', a director in the same institution, 'hmrftof AltU>nnrii-J. F..11\1'l r, K.: W. Agnew, ".
supervised| the decoration of their magnificent J. T lAiieantrr.. John \. I Unwell, t. L. Rat" I:.G.nllh .
bank building and when completed ". II. M. ('handler. I. Hrowu and W. U. Map

Opened. it almost awoke in the heart of shall5niuilry IuuVi.cvt"r-11.1. Mn;. 1

the looker-on a symphony in brick with COUNTY OFFICERS.

t flags, bunting and streamer variations t. thrown in ad fimlum. It tood at the t'lerh-U.| A. Millet.Fherif .
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head of the llriwtt-ion: in decorative art : K: \\llllanu,

and in the inspiring and pleasing! pictureit 'ulll'C'lor-lI Anwiumr J. (', M\\ti.AnI11&IIU! L CUrL

Marion Makes Merry mesented to the eye Treasurer-s t.e 1'yles.Srgwrhlendt .
Dr. Anderson fired the t enthusiasticheart : or rubllc Inrtrucilou. L,

with a t hinlll'oh".n which was riiTiif. HemliiKtontoimiy (. ) '' R'. \>'. P.
fastened! two flags 8x14 inches. It. 1C. Trantlmm.: : M:, II. Kou II'r-J..I: I \V.: I'. Wll- \
the I
Initial.Day Yonge"'l'o., plumber, made a displayof llanimxi j
The Count)" r water' sprinkler, and Mr. Chaille, In evt-ty month
k across the street, stuck to the foliage of tkhiMil !IUMIM' K HarrU K. \\arlinaun, to
.,_ J... ----- the land of his adoption. Moy Hong. M. A Mowr. A. .R\(drlfttn, T L l iu i*)r.
I' our celestial Chinese laundryman wa'
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GREAT SUCCESS. not to be outdone by his "Mellican COUNTY BOARD OF HEALTH. if
Ol'EXED AT OCALA FLA.. JAXI'ARY 'th8f' I'rt.loh'lIt-llr T. I'. Nary,
cousin, nailed the fastest\ colon of earth ht'emtary--'a1.L t:. )It. UUhanlwon.
to his sign.i MtinlxTiIir l> A. Smith, Anthony:JMiwm. ys
The :\Monteiuma' well 1kt'llaflE'r M. 8. Muter and 1) U. Irvlu.

BUDGET OF HOME NEWSC. Hotel Arrivals. by friend Hall, its popular manager, BOARD JF TRADE.
Ilot-sf Jail. 2Slh.-T Music and Vie With Each
OCAI.A Taylor, Oratory while the ofnVw waegatly decorated! with IT>ild''>iit-J. F. Dunn
New York ; Mr. and Mr J. M. Blair, Other in Depleting the Glories palm and lIu' nolil\. The Manner lllock Vice ITvuldrnt A. \\eathcn.Hecretart .
Cincinnati, Ohio ; Mr. and! Mrs. John -\>iu. KoIWmrd .
L. BITTINOER.nty Editor. of the Occasion was not forgotten in its decorations, of(Ii'vtrllo.-A.! 1'. Man Jr. G.:Rhetnallt'r. -
M. Palmer, :'pr.n rif'lel.lIl.; Mr. and Mrs! thanks to our |II01It *and charming Jno. K linnn J. 11, LislugaWn. U. A. 1
0. F. Bond, PaUtka, Fla.; Mr. and Mrs.T. neighbor i Miss Mittie Brown, who did rather, V'ni. Ki and H. \\. M...,.iy. M*"'*

Wedgew ood 5c-cgar! at Sanders. Try it. B. Davis, Rock Islaiid, III; Mr. and M I rs. the front of her store as handsome as she BUILDING AND LOANASSOCIA.;;
J.P. Moore, Yaroo City I M I s*.; J. C. DuBois is winsome herself. TION.

Jacksonville will inaugurate a baseball :Montague, Fla.; Mr. an.I! Mrs S. II. Ocala Full of People and the City a The inarkettnen are too loyal to be outdone Prmlilriit-. U \Mlmer.Vlre .
i Doten, Florida ; W. S. Sparr, Leesburg, and floated ln lent-til.l : iK-loucit.
season shortly. Sea of Bunting and Waving and the Stars Stripes| Ki'ii'Ury and TrvaurtT.-U Fos.ll.mr.lol dent
Fla. K. H. Mobile Alabama
; Gregory ; over the entrance to the epicurean's retreat i IilriH-tor*--J.T. UucmUr.. luiaeHt*
Messrs. Coburn and Dame will run the H. II. Fleming/ Jacksonville, Fla.; Nat. Flags' Etc. Etc. last but not least we must pay a pticim, I. Brown, M. Klkhtl A. F. 11"louI.1. II. D.
Exposition restaurant. Dinsbe, Madison, Fla.; C. V. Dickens, compliment to our esteemed tuighliorsof Zacharlai and K. A. Iturford.

Jackson yule, Fla.; I Acosta,JSI.kson\'illt", the Free I'm, who wrapllt'tl! the supiiorts OCALA RIFLES.
Janut;v will have two.new moons and Fla.; H. C. lar role, New Orleans, La.; of their piaza in bunting and floated gay <'ait| .ln-. A, Nash.First ..
H. C. Hargrom, the accomplised cor Ileddick, Fla.; A. B. Detwiller, Philadelphia I event in the history of Ocala and Thus it will be seen that Ocala is more >rtjr MemlH-rt.

respondent of the New Orleahs Picayune, Pa.; B. Arentz, City. Marion county, and if the sea of Hags, brilliant and radiant and patriotic todayin i FIRE COMPANY
!is stopping ahthe( Ocala House MONTEZUMA HOTEL Jan. 28.-Allan bunting and streamers is any indicationof the display of the red, white and blue ('bll'f-T. 1) lancaMrr.'
Gibson, Grahamville, Fla ; Chas. W. the spirit, zeal and interest our peo- than has ever been known in tier histwry, I Fist Koreruan. IUUIIIanttAIt'-MaurU-e\ Khrtnauer.Volk.

Mr. and Mr. J. M. Blair, of Cincinnati White, Citra, Fla.; M. Guvton, Bronson, pie have III it, then right royally are and with that spirit of loyalty and devotion Hw-ond auMntant-,W. (i i. Manhatl.H .
_ and BO well known to our citizens, Fla.: Q. J. Hughes, Ji., Mobile' Ala.; D.H. they in earnest and truly do they deserve to a good cause and a noble enter 'relary-; -J. IL Mallett.Twentylive .
Thorne i
: Q are in our midst and are stopping at the Orange Lake, Fla.\;-John C. But cess. %That the outride world prise. May she win in the race for material ineiuU'ra.
Ocala House. Bean, Interlarchen, Fla.; J. Burke may know those whose pent up enthu- moral and Inh'l1.tuallIrt'lUacy HOOK AND LADDER COMPANY.

and wife, Bronson, Fla; Dr. Frank E. iasui expressed itself in the gloiies and Is the wish and prayer of this scribe. I'maideut--Abram.'or mal1-\\"I11Ia llenti.Palmer J4.Ii

RCT. Mr. Ley, the new Spencer, Rhode Island ; E. H. Clark, endeared colors of our nationality, we The hrocessiou.formed as indicated in Aad.tant-well. Kk-hartlmtn.
tor preached to crowded houses Sung Reddick, Fla.; W. G. Evans, Pantucket, (shall give the names of th
and all went away delighted with the R. I.; Fourteen Jurymen and balifls, their placed of business in tropicaland Colby Imntl, proceeded' to the grounds, LULULA LODGE, NO. aa, I. O. O. F.
manner and matter of his sermons. City; D. A. Post, .1 I. D., Yfl{ (>18ntl. Mich.; selnt-tropical foliage* and yards of where, after inure music and a prayer by (Meeti etcry Tuesday evening.] IiIL
F. A. Shumaker, Seneca:; Mo.; Jas. N blight bunting and themselves WiliiitT and the Ii
in glory.U. Ut \ C. B. owning{ : W H. Clialllc, N. U.
South Lake Weir contributed to today's Allnute, Seneca, Mo.: G. M. McCray, H. Waterman, the clothierdedicated chorus. by Prof. Ittubur and his chorusof \V. M. 1'hlllli". Hrtrvtary.
crowd, Herb Paddock, Mrs. It. li. Grand Rapids, Mich.; Mrs. J. T. Patterson the rich and) varied foliage of incouipara- 100oires, huh was splendidly All vlitllnit brothers cor.llally invited.

Picker, Tom Saxton, Mr. Jim Driggere Lexington, Ky.; Miss Anna Ragen. ble Florida The same can bw haul of rendered. Major C. W. Campbell the OCALA CHAPTER NO. 13, R. A. M.

and sons Tom uton,Lyttle and Briuson Lexington.: Ky.; Mrs. McReed, Lexington Vame'llIiluutl, fruiters, Ur. Deleoust, general manager, made a report in H-ala Chapter, No 18. R. A. ,I. Convocationsflm

Coggins.The K V.; Mrs.I : John Prewell, Mt. Sterling druggist, and his brother A. K., the hardware which he Haul magnificent. ...tnu'turwhich Monday night In every luonlh. "
II. \\ I-ONO, H. r.
Montezuma Hotel has the sweetest Ky.; Mrs. J. H. Jones, Kansas merchant, and Air. diaries Peyser, now adorns the ground had been J. H. FMAZKK ( 'rrNar,. .
tuned of cafe in town. Whenit City Mo.; H. K. Bankston, Macon, Fla.; :' the tobacconist and cigar manufacturer.The completed for exhibits in sixty days, The 111IK'1rlea l hold Monday Hi'hool and octal,
I gong any George J. O'Neil, New Yoik. First National services 1 I raornliiR AKIIOW'I' ball
Hank Hunday
was radient notwithstanding tlaemallYllt.II\YH. disappointments every ;
sounds all the boarc'' stamped" wo ethan i sad'ra'
in alm |>n mavericks for the A Gets Fall. bunting, Hags and Itrt'amenand from and unprecedented" bad All
a herd of Texan Happy Juryman a er nift'tlng every nwlnumlay night. arq IL ILf
dinner tabl. Our friend H. W. Johnson, the beef its flag stall floated the Stars and Strips.!' weather President \\ ilson made a very uvlte<1.
The Brick City job rooms, T. W. tine address in which he referred to this
of Summerfield
Miss Carpenter, of EaMlake, made the called man to Ocala yesterday'\ on the{ t-jx-cial Harris, proprietor, flap and bunting.The fact that the building was' formally
DAILY BANNER a refreshing, call this venire, but to all his in t'"ius pleas to extensile wholesale house of K.: opened' though not proierly| ill shape to IKOHdi( : McKAY,
morning. Thanks for the complimentand inexhorable W. Agnew V Co., had the front of their show the many and varied exhibits that
be excused'\ Judge was ,
rest assured I the latch strings in but as luck would have it, a jury was establishment decorated 1 with red, white would bo in position'\ within the next ten ARCIIITKCT ANI BUILDKU,
suspended.J. and blue.M. days, and if all that had "been promised
found to try the Coffee f'hdor his I DKHIGNH AND EriTlMATEHFuruUbe 1
elated FiHhfl'H dry goods front fairly I would be fullfllled it would bo an ex|*o-
reached and
B. Douglas and Dr. Bell, of Sum- heat name the was turn of affairs, that so in leavingthe wan smiled in the Kay colors of the nations I .sition any |*>ople could ft.t.llroud of. It *! on AI.pUeaUon-
znerneld, made our office a pleasant call it dusk he did so\ereignty, while Hood I & Nash in the is needless to refer, only in a carnal 1
court-room not
and the formersaid I the little d-uly suited being the exhuberancu of their youthful spirits, manner, to. the! niHgniluent oration of ---o----
notice the and beef in
him well that he sacrificed several steps, personof went their honoird l K. nothing and Sixth.
Merrell. Orrici-KwiDr.wtt
BO the rolling form of Johnson, made a t..urtlJlt'titur one Col. C. Is| : : : : :iOrango
wheels to lubricate its speed. better. of the tould do it
cart short
sjx'eth{ in type: .
sudden and hasty to great 'OCALA, FLORID
Israel BrowlI,the grocer, hid hiu blush- just ice.
The lion. John :M. Palmer, of bpring-! merriment of the bystanders and the lug modesty under 'UI.It'rrt'll: 1JB31M
of the vender. It our tropical foliage.: We are proud of ( "an a
serious bruising meat
field, Ill., and ex-Governor of that but doleful )Ir. J. B. !button, the seed store man, citizen and! editor-in,chief of Florida's ::1 !
State, and also late candidate for the was fan for for the the boys tunbler., a experience flew the national color, while Coburn, great daily, the 7ilnf/l-lI UlIRnd prouderof I"" O'ut'1"AHluNE: .t

same office on the Democratic ticket in BJ of the Chicago restaurant, fairly flew him HS a giant in intellectual !
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the "Sucker State, is stopping at the A I> -iPat.A wild in a sea of small flap. and his next- sod a complete' winter of his mover

Ocala House. stylish \ man, encased in fine door neighbor, the city bakery man, did tongue, in coneieting brilliant ideas and. ALL KINDS OK FUIINITURE.

turnout, including young. a plug, by the name of not target: to salute and hoint the Hag. clothing them in sparkling and incisive
'\ Mrs Margarett Cronin and Mr. Joseph Harry Marstella, has been making! himself The entrance to the office of the he-mi- language. The owning was a grand .sue-
Cronin( Erie, Pa., and Mr. B. C. Bowman free and ea y with those whom he Tropical, headquarters in the OtttU css in any and l every phase one can refer Tiny ;.INVITB IMHCKTIOM or THUS CotiriETB '

of Williarnsport., are late arrivals could scrape up an acquaintance, borrow house block, smiled 'in bunting and/ rosettes to it. Fully3OOtl: / people: were present. STOCK"I..oW lames.: 1m Sl-m
at Welshton. Mr. Cronin will show his and the oth'cialu': faces by the I
beat ,
get or
his faith in Florida oranges by setting in money all of, which Credit. he succeeded admirablyfor landlady smiles that. played over their wrinkled Mr. Kout. I I.. Anderson failing to connect ,

out a ten acre grove. the short time he remained in the brows (caused by too intense applicationto time, the Hon. John F. Dunn was

\ '. D. Turnlev, Esq., the;former editorof city. To Harry Reynolds he proved showed making the the that Exposition:: a success) Impressed into service and made a very Palace ) 8tol'O0 !

I the ficiftist'itntu\\ arrived yesterday starting the a Exposition candy stand and he in he connectionwith mourns hearts at the joy dawn of welled this up auspiciousday. in their. tine impromptu county's address.burnter contributions. are in Inlg C ft

from Clarksville, Tenn.Ocala, and jnJ is circulating Marion $12 worth or betrayed confidence, and The Ocala House was tastefullyand (liosition' and are good l lake has hers
among many Mrs. Seth Brown regrets an unpaid profusely decorated-from every Midt'tral'kt'tl l ready to open' up. Marion'swere
county friends, and will lend, his hearty board bill. The deadbeat is from window waved a miniature flag and the being pia<' *d in order all day bvMessrs. --

\J' presence at the Semi-Tropical opening Orange county, and has an uncle livingat veranda lacing the square was draped m !Long. Irvine, iadNkill ami
to-day. streamers, while from coin while host of counties have WHOLESALERetail '
Altemont. Pass him around. He lea every of van- other' a
crispness of atmosphere counts for profewionaL lane on the tower the National colon their exhibit in transit.
in the inauguration of a great kissed the soft sunlight of heaven, and -'Nr .
anything Marion ; fruit is In great demandin
Don't forget the free concert by Prof.Colby' from the Hawaii: floated the emblem of county
the Exposition
then surely
enterprise, Band to-night Brooklyn, N. Y., as we learn by Mr. I.
justice.11'e .
liberty, "
t will be an unbounded success. Everybody commend Itaylis. of that city, who is a property
I in lingering mood this morning must bh riff William.' interested I Drugs 1 1ALLKINDH t0
was this and is
stove the object of their affections. )Ir. Ruben Perry, Summerfield's heavy patriotism for the zeal he exemplified in owner in county
4.., and a warm. weight, is in town taking in the exposi draping the JIOlUbr -tJUf(1: Court-house in a promising young groat Cott n y.
Plant. The manner in which Mr. Bay-
tion. in -
,I gay, bright streamer

Mr. James M. Place owner and manager Call around at Weihe's and get the new U. K. liirdoey & Co., the hardware merchants among'hi Its is distributing: friend Marion i i. awakening county great oranges In. OK-

of the llarri.burgl'a.. TtUyram, and railroad time table. floated flags, while the front of terest and is a ,good advertisement.One .
the office of the
of Florida has ordered rattling real estate .
t friend -
staunch --- TOIL18TAND
a two groves bet out at WeUhton on land Cheap Harriett. dealer, Jos. T. I.anauot..r'a almost of our Erie, I'a., frlen:i has kind. ,

that was purchased two yean ado lie Just received a lot of tine buggy whipsat concealed in streamer and flags. ly remembered the KANKKH' ty sendingto -J
is coming to Welshton for the winter and Smith's shop. djan282t wfebl. OMens, the fruit mau, nailed his colors our oflice a journal of 1 1Jt: t ages with
,,'illlook over Florida generally.The \ to the rnaatheud and shouted, "J>et'er I tine illustrations of it.. publi' buildings. FANCY AKTJCLES
Fine Htock for Hale. float I" while Gus Jones decorated the residences.
i churches, schools, summer i '-rts,
secret! b out and it Is no longer a Car load of horses and mules and very Orala News Depot ; Julius Israel, Proprietor businetM blocks, manufactories, In I Complete Stock 1I !

mystery why J. D. Stockton, Esq., of fine Jersey cattle toJt! sold cheap for displayed good taste in the manner and citizens. It is gotten up lits" tie high
Leroy, is so rotund and smiling( with not cash at Root's livery stable jalbtf in which the iron pillars of his store eat style of the printer's art, and a grand
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of care to tit across his hand- 1 were entwined iu the colors of the advertisement of the "Gem City" of the :

a some ripple brow. His daily fare is quail on Miss Mittie Brown u closing out her Nation, supplemented with dependent lakes with its 40,000 population.Two W. Lanais none but the flixtjl brand of eigrll .
oi which dainty and epicurean winter stock of millinery preparatory to flags. Ithinaeur & Bro.'s dry goods ad<4u.n n for Will f'apes and OUtS4lD sealsWRIGHT
t.- toast concealed 400 since the sea- going North and laying In her spring palace looked unique with an immense Active; Jloys,
dish be ha fur ladies call German flag in of the make themselves useful and A. FRAZER
.: and we cease to wonder goods. Now I U the to memory Faderland, willing to ,
t. \I ton opened, now that around and buy goods at lees than txoet.jan2l :: suspended from an upper window, I desirous of learning the art of printing,

at are bursting of out physical all over prosperity blm.i : 2W and in the broad streamer of white, on find employment at thY office. J'C&uc:;: quaaa i : t j (Oc.OA.rXA.uamiirda


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A Girl "With One HUKkIng..I'rotec M ,.

' live I'nntornl.
,* TCompcmcd and arranft.l for the oM thinning
.r wheel;and rw|. .'tfully(Iedl'd'fllo tliat devoted 9.
s friend of protested! ma'hlnrry andhlKlt: taxes, the -
' Senator from Rhode lilalid.) SOJ2
Our Mary bad a little Uinh. j
And her heart WAIl 0101 intent
i To make Its wool, beyond Its worth
trtnf eR7-six pvc rent.Bnt .
r a pauperlrr> across the sea, 1
1.. I lad a smal lamb alra). .
Whose wflfl fur less than half that sum
Kbe'd wllllnily let K<>.
; Another girl, who 11..1 no cheep t. c::
Nor locking, wool or, aK,' 9'C
dx But money lust cnutiKh to buy
A pair "Itbout the tax' + \
1 Went to thepaupcr girl toiet
, Home wool to uhleld her fret, .
, AndmakehersU.ekingsnotoftax, -rI
c r Hut Imth ul wool rouiblvte. i
i When Mary aw the (girl's design,
4" M she! straight began to nwear ,
She'd make her but both wool and tax, (T; J2 "' "
t I Or let one leg RO hare.So ,
fine cried out protect me from
''e ( That IIHUIHT'I sheep wool free, ,
If made to keep boll her legs arm, CC
What will "encourage'.' met .
So It walt done and|opla Mid
here'er the poor girl went >i
One leg win warmer with wool and one s
With percent.Now .
prate I U> Mary and her lamb
t W bo did l h It M-hetne\ \'ent, 711H
To cloth one-half a girl In woolAt.
nd oue-half In per cent. =. ;
1 honor,too, to Mary'* friend, C HZiM
And all protection' act; s
Who cheaply. cloths the rich in wool, p1 i
And wrap the poor iu tax !
-senator Vance. M
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Gorton' )MlnntreU.
Reserved seats for Gorton's Minstrels m

at the Opera Iloune on Monday night, HI
are going rapidly, and UIOHO desiring ;
good seat should! avail themselves of the ,

opportunity| and secure one before the
best fire all taken. We have nut the ;
; leapt duiibt that all who attend will be nzi

4' eatlstleil Kith the trformanrf,, M
We take the following complimentarynotice .. .- I V* ;;- f
from the Cincinnati l\inti-Star : ;;

The New Orleans Ulmitreltli! gave their first
performance lu this city yesterday, gave a *urprUlnjlf -
good irformmice., The Irrfortnauce'
s,. was a lurprlHC,WC UM> it was *ni p<>.ed that all 4
the flrtt ctaiM mliutrel orKauuationi had )hveu ..
j, eon here, but 1I.*now certali that all lent one
baa htretofora failed to vlilt us. a clrrurantauce
k Ary that whoever i la renpoutlblo for should U duly B '
oen.uf\Jl1. Otalng in au uupreteullou manner, C- .
which in contract theuiual ilrcui methods, ;;
seeme.I a timidity I growing I out of a lack of merit,

they that Oiled fairly Koblnwm'i aux Uhed Opera the Houae Immense to overflow audience lug' -. '._._ -- iiJ.A .- t i m ..
by the icl'fuc' oJ thtlr piTtormaure. The
,.le,,. how wnfltled to the rvcogultioo given to real
"F:; merlr \. ..... ... .. .... .... ..

Hetarulnic coOI for Evil. :: .T.o.wr i..LO.T.T .r. A TOWN .LOrf :; I

i'r'*' Hall' Journal of lltulth contaiim the I. FOU LLO'K'1 : FOR : -

ftt .' following," : S
: A strange acene occurred the other day at :;:
Mowille. HerrhnhmUt had a dog J..N. 2500. J. $25.00. .L.La COH

l.2;, the Blerck whlcb iald,be ou
f around water' Theaoimalauok the doII's hvad and at urea threw, but him during into the the ......... ..... .. ..? ..... ...,......... .........., ... ................. ,............. .......... .........,......... .................... ... ."".',"" ii
I struggles the ropy *ll|>i>ed the stone-and he I I THIS., OFFER Is IS i .OPEN FOR T1II11TY. .I DAYS ONLY 0F (;'
rcw! to Ill the* surface master and however tried, tn ountlnuvd get back tu tllto push IhetKtaL ......:::J.I .! !. ....! :.!:.! .!.\.. .J.L! ). ..!.!" .:.;.. .. ..! .J.J.; .. ..!...:::..." r OJ:

him back, but a. the dog' 11l'1'IMI.'re" he bat his
patience.audatrlking at him with his oar l 1'lIIt
bit footing and fell 1 into the water hlmnvlf. lie
unable to swim, 1ulllle dog, seizing him by
Uie was coat, tuvcevded in bringing hllllllllorl'l, to the The first! in the field New Semi.Tropicall\tlHtiou to the City of Ocala Anderson's new addition

s land current.alerhavinlt 1 bj dog *life been was waMu-d starts.' ,awry we are"ty happy the adjoins the Semi. Tropical Exposition grounds Three hundred lots now offered at $::,") each, for thirty days -THE- --

to nay. __'_. ._ only The property is elevated and overlooks the city. South street is now being graded to the property.The .

HotelMONTKZUMA J\rrhulol. proposed "dununy line," when completed 1, will ahllOO! per cent. to the value of every lot. Lots can be DoaIa JfewsDoDol s t !

HOTEL Jan '.'.),-K. C'. Allen paid for on the installment plan, desired. Xo commissions, no agents ; buy direct from owner. The editorof

j jr., lllu Spring; Char; Colt-man the HANNKK willl't.lt'Ct lots for non-residents.\ "(Jet in on the ground floor." I'lat can be seen\ at office of

rhiltdel.hia. ; Jo*. C. Boozer; countyV.; II. L.' Anderson! or address II. L. Anderson, Lock Box 125, Ocala, Fla.
I). Morton, county; U It Guatluney, -0-
Richmond, VaV.; '-. Newborn, MJUImerlieKl -
; Hugh W. Mathews l Chicago;
C11. 3. h'l'l1l1yI'1\18H...; A. D. Kirhclber-; LARGEST STOCK
l'anl\ tlkee; II h. llorlaiul. Citra;
Daniel Cox, UUllhliIlU.: .; It. C. Bow- .
NVjlliaiiwHrt, 1a.; K Munston, -ANDLowest --
'r &Mnt 1. l:. MUIWOII, \\llclI.f'lnl! Vt; L, I H.

1 Kichenlaub, Cilriw iountyV.; 1* Wellt-r, seeking to get tho best and most I-- Prices I Iof
Gus. N.
Jwo. C. \NVIIer. uiaville, Ky ;
h. Gaines, Let*'bur; ; t 1";. Barr, Fautvillt, Fla. for your money,
JANUARY, J7.-Uvo. 1\ SuiiihNewlaiul); Leading Hotel of the City '( any Store:In Southern Florid.
*f J. D. MiConiifll; and: K. C. llood.rity; K.U. ;. -O-
\\Vllvr. M""Jtlan,l I. Mo., H. Abel, ft'w -11 UT- o
York; 1. L, Morpinn; A. M. KvV.; D.Turnley.Clarkgville I.f DODD ISHAEr,: : OCALA, FLA.
t Tfiur.b.; ) 11. Gate -A D-

+ kell, Me;tlltueh. R U RIGHT 8m Sl-88

New York ; M. Sherman:' New Wk ;
,' '., G H. l.\vlllt-PJilOn\ Carmel, >. Y.; trodW. !

; ;. Sinith:' Worcester, MRJW.; J. F. Byron, In your selection of a trading place? I E. B.
ritUburt, Tenn.; Mn .JuJne >n vr, ,
G MiM AypIe Tate, Atlanta, G..; You trade withnO"'ELI.
{ lanta, a.; nay you
Ai J. T,,'ojs)(iiJ. Hivmi'le lal.; C. V.Weatherlow Repainted I Inside and Out :-THE-
wife and children, \\aco, ; .;?

Texas ; 1), O. Slanfill.:' Berlin! Ala; \\ N. -D- Finest Livery In the City
i Gvo. 11. Young; ,
Jones I* (Grains, Ga.;
'p! Jacksonville: ; U. lanott, Jackajnville ; -oLEADING -

'' W. B. Wi.klniton, l'alatka'Ia.j; John C. THOROUGHLY WITH ELEGANTh\FUMlTURE\
DuUois!, Montague, Ha.; B. I-. Jordan, REfITTED SALES STABLE
-{ Gainesville Fla.; MIM LIUUIA (Hull, I .
Montague: Fla..QCALA I I : 1m n-88
HOPW, Jan. 21.-} Flauranel' ,
L few 'York; S. V. Thornton, PhiladeNphta I
f Pa.; a- Stinger, DRS.'j| ; c. FERINE.D ,
Bird at aDel James Ix>yle, -0- ..
?. ; I'1&.; E. Co ) .. KXTI8T8.SSSSSSSFsawsaf.
Brooklyn: Y.
"( y
1 I ROWELL'S U the place for the --I--

;;,,. < AttntionOral.! / R.USe-a'ihM( J o'clock Beet and the Cbt 11 tlt. He ( I
e On TnWfay laftoarV 29th, t FOB TIRMS APPLY TO : : : : L M. THAYER, MANAGER.
*I'' all members are requeeteU bas the -8hoe StoreIn QrotelooaU n. public
.. sharp only ..a ftl8peeUQI,
nin .
( awpmble in the armory'in fuH dress OCALA, FLORIDA. 'fssssM? : ofIieea ta ruma 4
i o Marion County. & Bank
,. ..,:;,:. obtainable, otherwise fatiguesi 7111 w 4 ejan Bu1141nc/Oeala octUU

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the building while !streamers, of red) and ,
--- -.- -- .- -- .. AN EVENTFuL DAY Y YThe .
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blue erotw over the front of the house DIRECTORY.e .
Messrs. Ht'njAI11II1.Fox.: in the draping 't,

of their dry goods: emporium| went tinnewsdealer CITY OFFICERS,
) one better 'in the manner Major-Hr Thou f'. Nary
and style in which they so taste 1)' m imitated ri >rk-s, A. H'IIIIIt'k.tIa""hal .
-('. F.: 1ta11l'nllteuorF \ .
) him.Pretddent.
a I 'r Dunn, of the Mercliants Amwiir-D. K lMia.lm.ti.: Mrlver. ,
Semi-Tropical Exposition National Hank, ably assisted by Dr. J. C TfI'AAllft'r-R, R MtitwdenrrikMrnlor .
\ Uiuurll-Jno. .. flu"".
Perine, a director) in the Mine institution, ItouM! ol AhI'rml'n--J. F, Im r.. Y.. W. Agnew, 7to
supervised the decoration) of their magniticent J. T Uiif''Mi-r.' John \. Kimetl. 1.. U Knot 11:.O.
hunk building, an<4 when completed <.lIl1h. U. is (tmiuller, I. Kmwn\ ami 11'. U. Marshall i
Opened. it ahno t awoke in the heart ot Salutary iusiwrtot-11'.1. Kllj ;.
'' the looker-on a symphony in brick witlflags
1 I -- I tt \, bunting and streamerariation* 1'oiml) Jud,"e-pilchard !okl'"u"tbr.
----- thrown in ad Jintlum It MOCK! at the CU'rtI i, A, Millir.Sherilf .
head of the proct>*''ion in decorative art K: T. \\inimn

w and in the in"l'irilllll\rllllllt'l\lil1 picturt (AMMtwttJ'ol\'lor-1l\ r T Mathews w urtniftiiii, Cltra.
Marion Makes Merry it presented to the eye.Dr. Trv K'
Y i> T T ) Anderson fired the enthusiasticheart Mi|wrtuiet:'I 1'i t Tulillc Iimtruotlou-M. U

with a t fishing pole" en which wan false, McinliiKtiinroiniiy. ('(lIIIIIII .luTlt'I't-Ii. \>'. U>nii, tl'. P.
the fastened two Hags 8 K.I i inches. It. E.Yonge Trantlmm. M t. II. Uoii, .'. N. IVrrlu.V., 1'. \11--
Initial. Day A ('0,. plumber, made a displayof I\I"in mm
1 liemut! (' I'oiiimlwiloiicni first Monday -
) '' till!
a water sprinkler, and) Mr. Chaille, In every month
across the street, Muck to the foliage of ktliool IkwtntF.. K. lUrrl R. \\nrlirnnn,
---- the land of his adoption. Moy Hong, M. N MOM'r, A. K drinin. 1'. 1.. inirUie.8cliool ; to

-..- ,. our celestial Chinese laundryman Itonnl'nut, first\ Monday In every mouth tot
GREAT SUCCESS. not to be outdone by his "Mellican COUNTY HOARD OK HEALTH

OPENED AT OCALA, FLA.I JANfAKY : thI I.'iS.? cousin," nailed the fastest colors of earthto .l.\.rr.-"I'L.l'fI.I\'I1&-lIr\ i T.F:I'. .I 11.liar i UUhantvotl.MoinlMTK ) '' (

-- --- -- -- .-- -- his sign. -I>r. H A. !mllh. Anthony,'J >h'tllln.
The Montezuma was well lokt'lll\n'r M.S. Mtmeraiiilli. II. In Iu.

(l I BUDGET OF HOME NEWS Hotel Arrivals. by friend Hall, its popular manager, BOARD JF TRADE.
OCALA: Hors*, Jan. 2Slh.-T. H.Taylor, Manic' and Oratory Vie With Each while the uU'u'ta14toallv: decorated with 1'n'lllol'nl-J.! F. iHnin
New York: ; ,Jr. and Mr J. M. Blair, Other In Depleting the Glo- palm and magnolia. file Banner Block Vice 1'n1l111t'11\-H. A. H't>Kilicra.
Cincinnati, Ohio ; Mr. and Mrs. JohnM. HecrtUriu, For,
I C. L. BITTINOER.CltT Editor. Palmer ri..I.I.1ll. Mr. and Mrs rift of the Occasion. was not forgotten in its decorations, 11o.1l'" or tlllv\rllora-A. I*. Man Jr. C. :Rh ID-
prn ; thanks to our |politttf and charming a."r.. Jno. K Dunn, J, II Uvininiton, U A. I
O. S. Bond, PaUtka. Fla.; Mr. and Mrs neighbor. Miss Mittie Brown, who did Wruthrrsn>. Kox and H... W Miw 01 ly.. M "+*
T. B. Davis, Rock Island, III.; Mr. and M I rs. the front of her handsome she BUILDING AND .
t Wedge ood 5c-cigar at Sanders.) Try it. store as as LOAN.ASSOCIA.;;
J. 1' Moore Ya oo City, M ttol.; J. C. Du- is winsome herself. TION.rrwMrntvC ,

i Jacksonville will inaugurate a baseba'.l Bois, Montague, Fla.; Mr. and Mrs. S. II. Ocala Full of People and the City a The uiarkettnen, are too loyal to be out- It \\llmer
Doten, Florida ; W. S, Sparr, Leesburg, Vice i'n.ident-Kti i : !l. Dtluiuit.Krr .
Reason shortly. done and floated
I' Sea of Bunting and and the Stars Strips .
Fla. K. II. Mobile Alabama Waving t.ry amt T".r.I.IIIIIA. FOK.Ihmnlot dentft"
Gregory ,
; ; over the entrance to the epicureans re l> '(-ton.-J.'I'. Ijnu-niti-r. lulae lite
Messrs. Coburn and Dame will run the It. II. Fleming! Jal'ksoD\'illet Fla.; Nat. Flags, Etc., Rte treat. Last but not least we must pay acompliment phens,1. trvwlI.I, .'(Ahl'l. A. R.: IHilouMt U. D,
Exposition restaurant. Dinsbe, Madicnn, Fla.; C'. \ Dickens, to our esteemed mighliorsof Zseharias: ana K. A. Hurf.nt.OCALA !.

I Jacksonville; I ACOHla,ksonville, the J.rrt"r" who the RIFLES.
Janur?y will have two.new moons and Fla.; II. C. lar role, New Orleans, IA.; | and floated supiiortflof ('."ptnln(;I'(). A, Nash
'-'liU l have i their piaza in bunting !gay First l.leutt'uautItii.. MinwnclUHoconit
February none. J. Harris Citra Fla. E. H. rlark
A. :
: ,
; The of the their .
opening Exposition marks streamers to the breeze from hign. Lieutenant. K WIIII.m.
Reddick' Fla.; A. B. Detwiller, Philadelphia event in the of will Ocala is Forty MtmUTm.
H. C. Hargrom, the ac-complised core an history Ocala and Thus it be seen that more
respondent of the New Orleans Picayune, Pa.; B. Arentz, Citv.MoNTEzr.MA Jan.. Marion county, and if the sea of Hap, brilliant and radiant and patriotic todayin FIRE COMPANY
: HOTEL, 2H.Allan bunting and streamers Is white and blue ('hler-T. D.1 mcantor. t
is stopping aMhe koala Houce. any indication the display of the red,
Gibson, (trahamville, Fla Chas. W. of the spirit, zeal and interest our people than hl\8 ever been known in her history, Flat Foreman I"'anl-I"'III.--Maurice Klii'liiauer.VolkH '
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Blair of Cincinnati White, Citra, Fla.; M. Guvton, Bronson, have in it then and
of devotion
right royally are and with that spirit loyalty ""HH>inl assistant-.t/ (I. Marshall.
. f and eo well known to our citizens, Fla.;; (|. J. Hughes, Ji., Mobile} Ala.; D. they in earnttt and truly do they deserve to a good cause and a noble enter Hwrctary-,J. II Mallell.Twentylive .

are in our midst and are stopping at the Thome, Orange Lake, Fla.\:.John C. sutceba. .That the outside world prise. May she win in the race for ma- ( tut'iulitn.i
Ocala house Bean, Interlarchen, Fla.; J. Burke may know those whose peat up enthu- terial, moral and intellectual IIullf'marv18tho HOOK AND LADDER COMPANY.lniiltliut ,
and wife, Bronson, Fla; Dr. Frank E. -iasui preyed 1 itself in the glories and wish and prayer of this scribe. I -Abiani. Palmer.ForeniauWIIh .

Rev Mr. Ley, the new Spencer, Rhode Island ; E. H. Clark, endeared colors of our nationality, we The ,troeesstouformed as indicated inyesterday's mUtant-W clli Ikbardlll'lI.llvnts.A
tor preached to crowded houses Sung Italdick, Fla.; W. G. Evans, Pantucket, Ihall'e the names of tlUIIIe who covered programme! and headed by I 1 went) nicmliun.

and all went away delighted with the R. I.; Fourteen Jurymen and lialitTs, their places of hu! inesH in tropicaland Colby banu, proceeded to the grounds, I LULULA LODGE, NO. aa, I. O. O. F.
and matter of his City; D. A. Post, M. D., Ypelanti Mich.1 ;
manner 1
semitropical foliage and yards of where, after more music and a by
prayer (Mpcttevrry Tuesday evening.)
F. A. Shumaker Seneca; Mo. Jas. N,
; blight bunting, and themselves in dory. Rev. C. B. Wihner, and the opening. W. II. ('huh ,', N O.
South Lake Weir contributed 1 to to- Minute, Seneca, Mo.: G. M. McCray, U. U. Waterman, the clot bier,dedm'ated chorus by Prof. Barbur, and his chorns \\'. M. I'hlllli'*. Set rtary.
day's crowd, Herb Paddock, Mrs. B. B. Grand Rapids: Mich.; Mrs. J. T. Patter the rich and varied Alt vliltliiK tirothrri cordially lnvll foliage.: of incxjunara of 1UO voices, *hi Pieker, Tom Saxton, Mr. Jim Driggera! son, Lexington, Ky.; Hiss Anna llagen, ble Florida. The Maine can \>
p and sons Tom Saxton, Ly ttle and BriusonCoggins. Lexington Ky.; :Mrs. :McRred, Lexington Dame A Williams, fruiters, Dr. Dele-oust, general manager: made a retort| in (Oral Chatter, No It. R. A. ,.. Convocation
Kv.; Mrs'! John Prewell, Ml. Sterling druggist and his brother 1ml Monday uuhtinevery month
A. E., the hardware which he mud the magnificent structure
11. \S. IAIIIII, It. r.
Ky. Mrs. J. II. Jones Kansas
; merchant, and Mr. Charles which adorns' the ground had been .
The Montezuma Hotel has threet- Peyser, now J H. FHAIIK, Hecrilary.Ttio .
Mo. H. K. Hankston Macon Fla.
City ; ;
esttuned ofsuycafsintown. Whenit the tobacconist and cigar manufacturer. completed for exhibits in sixty days, Murlpliw hold HuiKlay school and wirtal
I" gong J. O'Neil New YOI k.
I sounds all the boarders stamped'1 worse George The First National Bank wax radient notwithstanding! : the many delays, disappointments services i every Sunday moruliiK at Aunew'i ball:
in alMi pn-adiviK at nltclil/ at rcKiUar hour, andracr
of Texas mavericks for the A Gets Fall. bunting, Hags and streamersand from and unprecedented bad ,
than a herd Happy Juryman a ( mcclliiK every \>">liiuMUy nltfbt. Allar*.
dinner tabl Our friend H. W. Johnson, the beef ilK (lag Blair floated the Stars; and Strips. weather.} I President U ilson made a \ery 1;iiviu-d.
of Summerlleld The Brick City job rooms, T. W line address in which lie referred to HIM
wa unexpectedlycalled
Miss Carpenter of Eastlake, made the to Ocala yesterday on the hjx-cial Harris, proprietor, flags and bunting.The fact that the building pas formallyopened
DAILY BANNER a refreshing call this venire, but to nil his ingemus "pleas to extensive wholesale house of K.: though! nutlrol't'rl| )' in shape! to IKOUdi) : McKAY,

morning. Thanks for the compliment be excused," the Judge was inexhorahlc', W. Agnew Nc Co, had the front of their show the many and varied exhibits that

and rest assured the )latch strings. is! but an luck would have! it, a jury was establishment decorated with red, white would) bo in position: within the next ten ARCHITECT ANI HUILDJCR,
always suspended and blue.M. days, and i if all that had \been promised' I i
found 1 to try the Coffee rase l before hm
reached and elated Fifch'l's! dry goods front fairly would bo fullfilled would bu an tKIM| )
J. B. Douglas! and Dr. Bell, of Sum- he name at the was turn of affairs, that so in leavingthe was smiled in the gay colors of the nation's. sition any people could fl'l.llrol111, of. It on J> llcaUon-
znerfield, made our office a pleasant call it he did sovereignty, while Hood & Nash in the is needles\ to refer only in a casual
and the formersaid the little daily suited court-room, beinghick, not exhuberance; of their (
youthful spirits, manner, to this magnititenl (oration of
notice the and beef in the
him so well that he sacrificed several of the rolling form of Johnson, made person a I went their: honored) cart heels to lubricate i its speed. better. short of the *|>eech in type could do it
sudden and hasty; decline, to the great OCALA, FLORID
Israel Brow,the grocer, hid his blushing just UP.
merriment of the and the
lion John M. Palmer of SpringV 1..A311H
The ,
serious bruising of tilt, meat vender. It modesty under our tropical foliage. We are proud of ( 01. Merrell as a
field, 111., and ex-Governor of that I Mr. J. IS. button, the seed. tore man citizen and editor-in-chief of Florida'sgreat
for the but doleful
boys, a experience
State, and also late candidate for the was \ for the tumbler. flew the national colors, while Coburn, daily, the Timel'nioHtunprouder\ :\O'\'fI.S: A. McFAULANE,

.. same office on the Democratic ticket in --- -- -- t of the Chicago restaurant' fairly Hew of )him l HM a giant in intellectual strength! } -liKALEJU IN-
the "Sucker State, is stopping at the A Dead-13eat. wild in a sea of small flags and his nn t- and II complete. master of his mother

Ocala House. A stylish" young. man, encased in fine door neighbor, the city bakery man, did tongue, in roncifinir! : brilliant Ideas and 1 ALL KINDS OF FURNITURE.

turnout, including a plug, by the name of not forget to salute and hoist the (lug. clothing (hem in sparkling and mcinive
Mrs. Margarett Cronin and Mr. Joseph I Harry Marstella! has been making him- The entrance to the ollice of the hemi- language.! The. opening: was a grand success -()-
Cronin, of Erie, Pa.; and Mr. B. C. Bowman self free and ea y with those whom he Tropical, headquarters in the Ocala in any and every phase" one can refer THIY ;.INVITB iNnrccnoM or Teams Conri.rr

\Villiamsport, Pa, are late arrivals could scrape up an acquaintance borrow house! block, smiled in bunting and rosettes to it. I Fiillya.iKNi I..ol"toNI! }pres il10'X:4NI.IAW I'aiCM.
1m hIM
at Wellhton.Ir.: Cronin will show and the official fries the
money, get credit or beat his )landlady, by
his faith in Florida oranges by settingout in all) of which he succeeded admirably smile that played over their wrinkled entMr.. llobt. I.. Anderson falling to connect '

a ten acre grove. for the short time he remained in the brows (caused by too intense applicationto tune, the Hon. John F. Dunn was

city. To Harry Reynolds he proposed making the Exposition:; | a 1111.11I4)) Impressed into service and made a very
j W. D. Turnlev, Esq the!former editorof Palace Store !
showed (the that welled in address.
joy fine
.ll'i/n/w\ arrived starting a candy stand in connection up impromptu
the Jlaptitt Tenn., and is yesterday with the Exposition, and he he mourns hearts at the dawn of this! auspicious Sumter county contributions are in JY!!
from day. The Ocala House and Lake has hen
his Ocala .mJ/ elrcula-I' $12> worth betrayed confidence, and was tastefully position are good.
ting many
among profusely del'Oratttd-rom Marion'swere
sidetratked ready to
friends and will lend his Mrs. Seth Brown regrets an unpaid every open up.
(ft county board bill. The dead-beat is from window waved a miniature flag and the being pmced in order all day by -

.. Vpresence at the Semi-Tropical opening Orange county, and has an uncle livingat \ veranda facing the square was draped in Messrs. lung, Irvine, (i. I"kill and

to-day. _____ Altemont. Pass him around lie is a streamers, while from every win: of vantage other, while a host of counties have WHOLESALERetail -
crispness of atmosphere counts for prof ional. : on the tower the .national colon their exhibit in transit..
in the inauguration of a great kissed the soil sunlight of heaven, and
--ANI I) '
anything fruit i is I demandin :
then surely the Exposition Don't forget the free concert by Prof. from the Hag taU floated J the! emblem of Marion county In great
enterprise, Colby's Exposition Band to-night and Brooklyn, N. Y., a* we learn by Mr. !.
e unbounded success. Every liberty, equality justice..
will be an We must H. Bay I is, of that city, who is a property I IALLKINUS I0
/ body was in lingering mood this morning commend riff lVlliams'patriotism } I Drugs
this awl is interestedin
owner in county
Mr. Ruben Summerfield's
Perry for the
and stove the object of their afy' heavyweight zeal he exemplified in
:w a warm is in town taking in the exposi draping the sombre-hued Court-house a promoting young grove at Cott n .J
'PV fections. I'laiit. The in which Mr. Bay-
__ tion. building In gay, bright streamers. manner -

k' Mr. James :M. Place owner and mana- Call around Weihe's and get the new RH. Ilirdsey A Co.,the hard ware merchant lid is distributing: friends Mariolll'uullty is awakening great:orangesamong'hu interest OK-

:, ger of the Harrisburg, Pa., Telegram, anda railroad time table. *, floated flags, while the front of I. and is a good.: advertisement.)
the office of the
staunch friend of Florida, has ordered rattling real estate .
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two groves tt out at WtsUhton! on land Cheap HarnettM. I dealer, Jos. T. l.ancut..r-1&8 almost One of our Krie, I'a., frieni: has kind OILS, HTATIONEUY

that was purchased two years ado. lie Just received a lot of tine bum ,,'hip"I concealed in streamers and Hags. ly remember! the KAKXILK "y sendingto -AND-J
Welshton for the winter and Smith's wfebl. Owens, the fruit man, nailed his colon of with
is coming to it shop. djan282t : our offi H a journal I IJt pages'
will look over Florida generally.The to the inantheud and shouted, "et'er fine illustrations of iu. publi-- buildings, FANCY ARTICLESIn
Fine Stock for Hale. tJOM.tl"! while GUM Jones decorated theO residence
churches, schools, summer iv 'rU,
secret U out and it i ia no longer a Car load of horses and mules and very
mystery why J. D. Stockton, Esq., of fine Jersey rattle, to Im sold cheap for displayed good taste in the manner and citizens. It is i gotten! up In i he highest
Leroy, ill so rotund and smiling, with not cash at Root's livery stable. jalbtf in which the iron pillars of his! store style of the printer's art, and a grand
.. his hand- 1 were entwined in tile color of the -0-
a ripple of care to tit across advertisement of the "Gem City" of the
Miss Millie Brown. i i. clotting out her Nation, supplemented with
is dependent
fare quail on
some brow. His daily Jake with iu 40,000 population. : baadk oooa but the DM* brand of cigars!
toast ot which dainty and epicureandish winter stock of millinery, preparatory to Hags. C. Rhinaeur A Dro. dry goods Ica&joa/Un for W&11l'aper amid UarJoa b-UVniGHT
,(, he has concealed 400 since the season going North and laying in her spring palace looked unique with an 'immense Two Active Buys,
\ and now we cease to wonder goods. Now U I the for ladies German Hag in memory of the Faderlaod, willing to make themselves useful), and > A FUAZKH

. I' the opened.igDII'of physical prosperity that around and buy goods at less than cost. suspended from an upper window, desirous of learning the art of printing,
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1; THE OCALA DAILY Jl.hVATfl. the German army or our-armv- ? I i The Honorable Newton lllitebof Levy I -IF vor WANT ooorw is THE-

.. -- question s-- tilt call Unlay. -
made DAILY HASSIR a -Drug
think that our drill is meant: to i i .
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the JlritUh army for a'l $ttle- -
of the For Sale.
past. i --(1- ,
At the Second Haini Store in the MontezuuiA -
In Cloo Ouarlrr,* nml a block, 1 larjr I'8 lid range ; one THE PLACE TO FIND THEM
Mr i four biirnvr Aniline "stove' with O't'll.snci ,
Dr. K. C. Parley, of Fleminzton 2 coal oil "tores. -IS AT-
land-nlark in that\ rich and ", I __ _
1 BtUive: of Marion county, and his U. K: Yf\\N ng. C J.7Trie Ocala 1'luin- DR. DELOUEST,
asa Ih, )"Idan and, a successful : Sale bers. rah and! examine their\ line stcn-k .
and .i-t border The Doctor i is a (' d SldeHin '
tell good and ('(' I 1 1 1 t FL01UDA
ran a
The ked Gmmr, Map'nHa rttvH' is
first-class joke, and 'he knows 8m 31V +
the place to buy itroivries.
take generally
one ,
II. ZACHAIUA, Proprietor
N. little episode!! of Saturday: took I -
E. HARRIS, Editor d .llderltnTRAVELER'S -
ioti a turn and the .
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-- denced the fact that even jukes" ('
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: OCALA, FLA., JANVAHY t!), MM. come too serious to lamh; over., GUIDE S. R. BIRDSEY & CO. f
ally when they are likely to i J
tragedy, as that one nf"ltrlyili.\ It !! GOODS I Schedule of the S. S. O. & O. R R. !

LOUD WOLHIiOY. ON WAll.SOIIIP that :Mr. J. I.. Miller, tile '\ : I Leave ()('ata ...........N..N................ 7.15 A. M.Itomosaal ---{)-
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)lar\t'I, was tip Flemin.ton way, ,' I +a..N. 4.15 P.
f' out some rattle from the Doctor' ,\ F. C. 5\ P. R. R. Observation* and MuggetIons for the Ocala market, in which Schedule.
for the Ocala Klfles.", --DEALERS IN-
nent M. D. was assisting, SOOTH BOUND.astenger .

( The first lair> in the January: number ering ox, with horns projecting arrives In Ocala.....................6.07 p. 1'.2Mii .

of the Fortnightly Review is by Lord arms premxl of,a turned nind-millbecoming on his pursuers' too Fine Broadcloth Freight",' .. ".. II.; .......?....?................!.*' P.A. M.M. Hanlwarc[ &1 Gl'occrics0 '

Wolsely on the subject of war. Hex with eyes Hashing fire and (' ", |ORTH BOVSB I .

] >inUi out how greatly changed are the tented, bore l down on the Doctor's, Passenger' .. arrives In. Ocala.. .................. 9.07 A. !M. .
to. ...: .. .11.10 P. M.
conditions under which wars are now con with such vehemence and hf'l.. 54 inches wide, Fretgbt' .................. 1.15 A. *. -
ducted, and adds: signals that FlemingtonV \ JOHN 8. FRAZER, OCALA, FLORID.3m .\
bloo l in the
lapius\ nuding 310M
t'p Town Ticket Agent.The
The battles of the future will
1,0'cry on the moon,
prognosticating gore and $1. F. S. R. R. Time Table.
different from even those/ of 1870, and his gallant charger, I urs
will bear very little resemblance: to those and tied\ the excited and BOCTH! WU'ND.
dank j ................... .
LM M.fi.ns
of Crimean times.! One remarkable Passenger I In Ocala P.
ated ox in hot and deadly pursuit' SI.75 to S2.SJJ arrlrel !. .. .................... p. M.
will IK the ab of -AT-
change "enre nearly all a moment it was nip and tuck, Freight ................ 9.10. A. !M.
that terrific noise which the discharge in the shape. of a wind I ;! :: :: :: ..................:.12.05. A. M.
five or sir: hundred field' guns and the critter, was steadily! gaining on I NORTH $UND. "

roar of musketry caused in all great bat tor's Hying,, steed anal was about I Passenger arrive* I In Ocala.! ...'................. 7.15 A. M.
tles. We shalhate particularity no ..... ...U 20 P. !H.Fright I I :
form the anguined act of t'm .... ............ 9.50 A. B.
amok to marke the position of the enem'y the good I Doctor's faithful .. WOOL .. ii" .....................12.11;) A. M.
batteries and t n in action. The whet Miller\ came to the rescue l M0 FisneI's .
sound of cannon will I 11m slight, and I will doubt wived the life of the noble Ocklawaha River Boats. t

,po longer Indicate to distant troops where and the gallant; rider. It is! (' ', HENRIETTA Steamer Okanurakee leaves PalntkaMondays .....................
........ WednesdaYIrldaYI, \\1:30: a. tn.
their comrades are engaged on the point add, thai the Doctor was Leave; Silver Spnngs.............................................
upon which they should consequentlymarch. ) aroused to the imminent .....Tuesdays Thursdays, Saturdays. 9:30:: a. m.
Our sentries and I advanced, posts' which he was placed by the \ wide,
."ti can no longer alarm the main body upon he did
beast knowing as
the approach of the enemy by the discharge blind pursuing. rage that took possession\ ':111IO8.. P. GARY M.PHYSICIAN. JI Can he found one of the p

.- of their rilles. The'camp or bivouac and that nothing but death and !
will no longer he di,"furl cd at night tion would appease' his frenzied I 55c. AKD! SVRGEOS.

by:the with spluttering the enemy.fire of Different pickets arrangement in contact across tion and the, open as the Held valiant, the ox in Rooms, Agnew t liar)'. Block, OC'( .\t. t. Best assorted, (selected and s

for giving! the! alarm 1 nixm the 8.1"| suit, his! appeals to Miller I for a Sl.OO. Twenty-seven )'ur'. experience, : In Florida ., .
Dlaea CII. jau5m wll\l1! 10..ly
of hostile columns will I have to be
proach were perfectly' in accord with '' r
resorted l to. The main column on the human: being would indulge! in
march, cannot in future be warned by the life hung in the balance and -- most desirable priced
shots of flanking patties, of the enemy's juster on the side of death. To Our Lady CustomersMiss l'
proximity, and a battle might |>ossil>ly mentum has the Doctor's) horse \
be raging within a few mils of it, without by the application of whip and Inducements in l ,
( that fact becoming at once apjuirent.Most sharp horns! of the enraged ox, ---- ----- -- -- Stock of Dry Goods rJ
of the important mechanical inventions the Hunks of the Hying steed .

inoct of the great discoveries in after the ox's course hail I been (. McColyau leavesin
7 science, inane some direct influence upon Miller vois'i'ante floating Sec'y.'T
by a ;
the manufacture and use of the aims, the air from the receding forms Clothing and a few days for New in l the City.WatcIIQan.

ammunition and equipment of the sol- and rider : "Is! he still coming? York. We would wiyto
Here Woe to t the nation that does not mining Coming d Si dtc tm
make her tactics conform to the arms, of In relating) ) this, exciting and, any who have workto

the day, and to the varying! conditions episode, we do not call into Department do, that we are going -
under which war is made ind battles'! \.fthwor braveiy of Doctor, l'al<
to close out
fought and won. Wellington won great under "similar circumstances the "
battles, because, being a thoroughly practical heart and strongest" nerve winter stock as near
soldier, well) read in war science, and discretion would be the '
and in great exM'rieiico on the battlefield as possible, and goods:
of valor. _______ _____
1.' > he had I adopted a system" of drill will be Kohl at cost for
i'" and ttfctiop not only thoroughly in accord Last Yankton '
Saturday ,
1 with the arms he hail to employ, and the Sion Falls 1 Dakota enjoyed a & Bra.[ tho next 10 days. Wowill

., conditions tinder which Contending snow and wind, storm. At '.I a. put in a good !L .nD: :l3 ,n 3DI

,:.' armies then met in battle, but in at (least mercury stood at 4"l > and at 11 stock and must .
, '" one great respect, far ahead of the tlLcti.r was" down to zero
:r ; crl formations used by all other nations. make room for it.
L 1 refer to his use of the 'thin red line.' :Mr. F. Hugh \\'o-HIII-O, ins A Complete Stock of

Are we certain that we now altar our the'! Florida, Produce :\ ) ; .............. .. .......................... Very Respectfully,
system of battle training according as Leeshnrg, Fla., made the HANXKK : : ;
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thoweconditions ? Let the man-of \ and I I I : .1..1
vary deasrlltall\ yesterday B. .............. '
'!, whose mind is thoroughly for little ,Iuih'Ir.: \V. is ,.. I I j 1. Gents'
war experience saturated with the history of as exhibitor our for the products of .................................N..N.,,...... Hood=&= ashl= Furnishing

what took place in the great rubles pony which consists of .... .... .... .... -
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'pt' between Frank and Teuton in IS70( visit' jellies orange wine, cordials\ : ,
t' Alderbhot. and then tell the nation and dentifrices. JAS. T. LANCASTER Goods.11KADY
whether he is or is not satisfied with ---- : 9g1' : t]i |:: .

what liw sees there. Our army is beautifully Tim following are the jurors -1- ----- .
-. drilled but it "seems to I 110 dawning Ootlee; murder l.I\.tJurne'N: t<, ; .. ,. ...... ---- -- 'J-

upon us that our drill still retains much Freeman. Thomas :Smith' D. M. I LEADING REAL ESTATE DEALER MADE .
f. that was inventr.il by Frederick the David Turner, J. E. (lore, :M. T. : : S
'4 and qu..nt1ulIH.liliocl by :Sir; Robert I ... ......... ...... .. .. ....... ..... ... I -
Great u I.V. Perkins I Holly. : .: ;. :. .; ;.
John Moore to suit the different conditions Rn+hing, (i. Mathews: I. W. .... .... .... .... B. .... ...... OCALA, : : : : : : FLORIDA CLOTHING
t' under which men fought in his torneys: Green anllIaroll'l\ .. .. .. .. ..
'u days, from those of fifty years before. ant, while dipt. McV. )nncll is .. ."................................................. dtffl ,
"'k The ruathemathwl'straight\ lines and the State's:' atton"-)". -- --
ritid( columns, with all their mechanical
wheels and elaborate changes of front- Mi. John :S.: Fravr, one of our ." Tailoring Department UneK-

"' In fact, all that we still term 'brigade young) business' men and the ) ( ; LADIES::;! WEIHELEADS collod in Fits and Prices. '

drill,' with its obsolete exactness! Bid railroad and transiortation[ 1 ............................................... I dec31lmI. ;
dressing upon )points, meant gfl'atllt'al tntlftIn (,()1U1| \IIY with til< : ; ; \' (() IfOCLl) LIKE TO RE !
a'century ago i but have they any relation Wright, for Waycross, ( lto 1 VIXTOMKRS, : :. -- IX 1HK-- I. J. BROKAW

r I present to a epoch soldier'? A battle re they dutiett, as some in the believe marriage Cook, to Mr.of their Wynne cousin,!of, Macon.Miss \ : :: :: :our. :!iaeke::: :that.*::number r...::of.. l I i '
i as useless and objectless now as Cook. is a very sweet and charming : ::::: ::::.: i -
Watell Clock 1
would be the hand-grenade drill, or the lady and has!\ 'several winters c icl11LINE TilE MARION COUNTY l'J

', management and handling attached\of the muchy pike eleganthome of Major' Wright, at in :: : ::: ?: ake: : :,advantage i: :?(our::::::::::: I NUUSERYMAN. .
to which our ancestor till and has ma.le111&0\ friends '.:
Importance in the rt-igns of the'! 'Stuarts? during her visits here, who ..... OF GROCERIES I i ii I ,
The aoldter, to bR of r-a1u8t! in war, has her much happiness and joy in I .
now so much to learn that the Germans relations! in hie. i i ) ; we deliver them :: ue't thereaiMiouiuv :1' OFFERS TO TilE PUBLIC .,.
have ruthlessly' wiped l out from their .that... ........ ........... I: PINE LINK
military training all the showy and tho- Dr. Paisley has returned to .' : \' : ALL OKOCERJES! -0- OF NURERV: STOCK-<3RAPE
E airic&l movements in which some generals re-opened Iliadt-tltaloIHI'O. \ .
h a still take delight, and by the Il't.rate the school of dentistry and ;\ ': :,iu .s.1!1) han'of|;;& r iny( it.1..witii I Specialty.MVW VINES A SOCIALITY.
ncpalrln a (
|>erformanceH of which they aieetill with a practical exIK'rielleeof| t i > AM> lIsr.tTCIIi,i I i ____
s to estimate: the military etliriency thirty years in leading cities, .... .. ...
prone warranted in the \ :: ; ; -{\ djau52m Antllu:!.'4. Anthony Fla.
of regiments. There are some assuring" public :: ::: Department i i f(I : .1 ---- --
; who think that you might) quite as beet Mrvlce. t the profession ran | :: ::
t even usefully teach out soldiers: to dance, and 1 Diseases of the mouth and M : TEX, IWT.U no e:.' LOCATED ox WEST Sing or SQUARE) ,
; : : : ::: 7r I 3mSl-"+a
justly estimate their battle value by dentines a specialty. Otlire over ?' I LAND '
r aa tht exactitude with which they performed .Btcre in rear of Dr.1 Gary's olhVe.Fine : ....;.............AX'I... .. .\.I:. .i ... ........... 1 -. --- TITLES I I1 : !

the Bailor's hornpi*. ai*newt beooin..... W. W. CONDON'S -
t forbids to | how much Texas llorven. ...... ....................................... :I -1- '
L Modesty : uie My
Two car-loads of tine grade 1.

r superior cavalry, '1 Infantry know the and'turn artllery out'to of be our to Texas For sale horse cheap.will Inquire arrive of next old. ; ::..Word..!!! I New\ Jewelry Store THE BEACON & ADAMS

that Of all Other nations. But although Ittwdtd J. W. ; .. Shines replete with everything in ABSTRACT ('Ql1PA 1".1) 'l'
this smartness of api'>earanre may please" I his line. Call and examinefor
the eye In Hyde Park, will it in the leastdegree Notice N&r| FOX'i -1-I ILS ,

help toward success iu battle? In All friend of the Young ) ................. .............""..".... yourself. __ UTE IjL.tCE 70
-1 other armies the attention which we ciety of Christian Endeavor ii Strings for Musical Instruments a --.... ..... nET TIfF FAC1SOrricx .
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our steel chains and entertain i Specialty.All
,1'} to burnishing willing one or I- .
pay .... .......
? our.brass buttons Is rvited, on gate* to the State Contention, Work on repair of Clock and Witches f.f j
r poUihinif
efficient 'battle-training; and the care :21 and 32, will please notify 1 ::: I .q!:=: .i Ouaranteeit; : : OcU'UOUIK

energy of their officer are devoted to ber of the M. I E. church society.T. : : :: Ji".F.| a'! ............ Iur I Rh lnauor's Old Stand.

S ,.' teaching. Which la right on this. point, J. HIMTOX, : .._........ .. ..\_..._. -_- cS Maim

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Exposition, incoipornU'd under the \laws of the State ol Florida, wilt open at-- ....





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This will be an Imposition, ofPomologic.il, Horticultural and Agricultural piodncls of Floiid.i. and her Mils, timber, \\ooiK luhu'm14nlld! Vivo stock, and in addition articles '
and products of general interest from all States and countries. Entry i il'l open to the world for the di*>pli} t/ its products. No charge for c'ntdctoI1Ior : hp.ue for tho product or
manufactures of Florida '
;}' Tlip llli.tcel.Stnh' Kxpcrimental Station for impHvuiiu-nt' and tievelopnn'ut: of pn+dn\+'ty ill Ii (,ll"UI'I l<> this ration has been: located contiguous! to our C'\,' dtion giomuls
J"'I-'Jtir'\:. e invite exhibits of all descriptions! particularly] those pertaining to the arts, mechanic\ and agriculture, guaiauteeing/ unifoun couitcnj to all cAhihitois... ,

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$50,000. + t rx $150,000.V Quality of (foods and Low Prices.: Y
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Being now tttablwlieJtfn( our new and dt'lfmt'wk! : building ue art 1rl'l)flred to guarantee .
tatufaction'.to: aU. ..A... MCINTYI: C.lXJIxn.:: :: : .
General Banking bui'uiets trap (acted. Exchange bought and told
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will extend ever\' "rourtcnv and favor to our <'UHt<.inr (-onMiHtent with mile ,
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Editor Dana mys the only kind of novel! heliki
ti U one "cbork full of love."
George Kennan bas been elected president il H
Of the Literary auclety Wasblngtou. U. C. 0

Dr fanner the famous taster U really to 'd

i marry air*. the daughter of a Parisian million. I o

c John Waoamaker has been cb"wn presi
'' drat of Lb.' rt lbyt.erian union ot Pbiladelphia. .

Dom. Pedro,. emperor of Brazil has beeneojoytng i'F v

nry good health since he returned
from EuropaCasslus

; M. Clay, who li now in hli 79th
rear, live a retired Ufa on hli estate near i y,
Richmond. Ky. # IRo :: k

The present Earl of Oranrille's father was Cf/ yC
alocl famous sitting for having lost '11 ,OUU at a hut in a

BowUnt.&tee. up all the spare time of c*
f Senator Reagan of Texaa, according to a a
Washington correspondent
At 03 yean of age ex-Governor of) :
Mew Hampshire, Is In rigorous bealtb and g
roe. out walking or driving almost every (JQ ;

ri 4&7.Emperor Francis Joseph fet ?compelled tot !; ;2\t tI :

tale, for the Information of the reading pub
lie, that the cheapest: cigar be smoke cost H
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The sultan of Turkey, who is a most fickle
}. man regarding his fade, has become inter ; EH
sited in typewriting and is practicing &the
art aec1u1ow17.Grand ,
Duke Alexis of Russia! who visited .
Philadelphia some years ago, has for years td I ;,
been tb. morganatic husband of the Russian .4. .
poet lonkofflkL HfTI 1.
,. Rider Haggard's friends complain that,
while be received only 1250 for the original 4 k
edition of "King Solomon's Mines," the publishers f Ai
t have made $&JOOO out of the book.

p Mr. Llk, wbo is In charge of the Corean
legation at Washington, has disappointedlovers
of the picturesque by adopting the k
bats, trousers and coats of an AD riciau. t '
The Rsv. Henry White of the Savoy .it
chapel. London, states that out of 1,000 zim
I couples which he assisted to join together I
.t' only) one pair bad found marriage a failure.

Boon after the em ror's departure .. .
young | - - - -
; from Rome his holiness was heard to speak| -- \
of him as "a very odious tellow," and to say,
"11.ls a bad son, and he will U a bad ruler." "" .. .. ..... .

'.,./'":."..., '., ., Professor Freudenthal, of Breslau, Is in A TOWN 'L TT| .r.I A .To.\ji\ LOT:r.I r. m
f{ t great luck. The B rLu Academy of &su<'41 I ,
ki, i has given him 1,600 marks to enable him to FOR 1 j LOOK I; FOR
',; study the philosophy of the Sixteenth and I
Ii r Seventeenth centuries in England. 1. $25.00. .i\ .L.! $25.00. COH

r1f( \ At a recent sale of autographs; held at the I ......._.. : .. .......... .. .. .............!. r
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.;" :. Hotel Druot in Paris, a letter from Henry
IV to Gabriel d'EaLrHl, dated 1MW and ...... .. .. '' .. .. ..... b
e with the ardent "1 kiss. :::r ; ( OFFER OPEN ; FOR THIRTY DAYS ( (::
? .closing hundred thousand times phrase," brought you&UO .......-I......THIS....................:..!......,..,......................i.!..,IS.........:.........'...................! ..................,.....,...............................-...."....................P,....ONLY.......................Hl.....!............ x
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Speaking of Hadji Haxeein Ghoull Khan,a
Washington comxpoudeut says; "The 1'ersicaminuteriainrather -
adfwrosuolatewu d. The first in the field New Semi-Tropical addition to the City of Ocala J Anderson's new addition
lie knows no language but his own,and ther. adjoins the St'ini-Trojucal Exposition grounds Three hundred lots now offered at $25 each, for thirty days -TIIEDoaIa -
1* but cue person in Washington who canpeak only. The property is elevated and overlooks the city. South street is now being graded to the property.The .

Persian. proposed "dummy line," when completed, will add 100 per cent to the value of every lot. Lots can be I
Be s !
princes There who are are more entitled than. to twenty be styled Ruuuan grand .paid for on the installment plan, ifdesired. No commissions, no agents ; buy direct from owner. The editorof Depot
r dakea. There arflv Grand Duke Nicholas, the BANNER will select lots for non-residents. "Got in on the ground floor." Plat can be seen at office of

three Grand Duke Michael and two Grand II. L. Anderson, or address! II. L. Anderson, Lock Box 125, Ocala, Fla.
Duke Alexis, Kargius, George, Alexander -
-: and Constantino.
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The Duke Paul of Russia,
Grand youugevt LARGEST
*< brother of the ccar, baa made pubuo hu intention STOCK
of presenting dots to a hundred young UR RIGHT I THE OCALA .HOUSE.The .
s women of) Athens to celebrate bit betrothalto .
b the Princess Alexandra of Grteca. Th* -ASn.Lowest -
>4; Athenian girls are inclined to think that I--
Paul ltuniau tuatters.Church In seeking to get the best and most Prices I IOf I.
; M and stage were brought into closer for
your moneyBUT ,
communiou when Bishop Carl bxjus won tbs of the | any Store:1 n Southern Florida.
,; "" pries. for,drama works established by a City.
wealthy Ilungariau, by his tragedy in versa, -0I. -
"Th Death of Attila." The play will U
';? brought out at; tb* National theatre of Uuda -AXIUNSURPASSED DODD ISRAEL: : OCALA, FLA.
Pesia this winter.
Robert Garrett, of th. Baltimore and Ohio R U RIGHTIn 8m 11.s&
r railroad U a remarkable man u SOUM respects !
- when viewed from a tailor's standpoint *
Ue baa always bad an irresisubl -- -
k>v. for sack coats of the pepper and salt or your selection of trading place? I
dark gray pattern. U* mess have hadeventyora E. B. RICHARDSON
hundred suit of them to kllwardrQbe. You say you trade with ,
L Repainted Inside and Out -TI1E-
Consul General Russell, of Liverpool has Finest
-AM Livery in the City
been calling upon President Cleveland at the
WLJte Ilousa. Russell was the lint appobiUef i
the oousuUr service under tLe present ad -0LEADIXG -
I xaimstratlou. it I*said that Mr. Russell aad REFITTED \THOROUGHLY WITEl ELEGANT.IFUR"lTUREI SALES
R. ; x-Governor Wallor will go luto burns torrather STABLE
la London at the expiration of their RIGHT R
term of offloe. I 1m 11-88

1 A gold enameled sweet pea is among the D ENT18T8.THE .
oddiUs (or carl p as. --I -
is the for the
p A frosted gold fiuted bracelet U ornamented place Have themnstInznrlousappoIntments anjDat
with a row of tnrquoisas.f Beat and the Cheapest. He equipped dental aroma In the State of trlorfda
tr ; 1.)1. THAYER, MAMAOU. Roth
FOB Tvuis ArrLT TO : : : : members of the arm thoroughly
} A barrel Mnk necklace baa .large has the only Shoe Storein qr all sad 1y. ne public K+p.ctt2111y prepared Invited (
ganiu and rubie altanating.An OCALA, > FLORIDA. inspect their. ollieee 1ft room 1 and 2
c odd DOT lty for.scarf pin) represeaw. Marion County. smn M New'Yerchaaut o1&tIOl1a1 djansu Balik Building, Ocalto
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