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 31, 1889
Publication Date: 1883-
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
daily (except sunday)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 17, no. 12 (Aug. 25, 1883)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for 1884 later called new ser. vol. 2.
General Note: Editors: T.W. Harris, F.E. Harris, C.L. Bittinger.
General Note: Description based on: New ser., vol. 2, no. 14 (Dec. 1, 1883).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002052272
oclc - 18660476
notis - AKP0235
lccn - sn 88074815
System ID: UF00048734:00130
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K\position: Note. The CUll AlllniHoSt111 ;\It'cllllllIoC'lIh / CITY
JJrbJ mJil IrQtlJll1Jdiou Socretary Clark has had another letter \\ Outside Allairt.

( from Mr. Crozier, the secretary of the FKI.P\\ !III II', FL \", Jan. '?".1, 1S.t: 1>I. DIRECTORY I ,J"
United Stales! I'otnological Society, NIV" KHlor ("",I" liiimur :
ing!> lie had received notification from .lt'it'lll''t HF'R) Silt :-1 I have been instructed to CITY OFFICERS, e f
4 State () and 400 meinlHTS (tail fOwnr.t.tllt the following. tevolution Clerks Mayor l I'r. 1 h.'I'I.'',.,I I' nary
Km' v !
signified their intention to bv 'n Oii\la : of Fellowship r
adopted r t u regular meeting> Marvhti ( K 1\11.|
and attend/ the February meeting, and Fnnnera Alliaiu-e, with a rl"l'It'fltthat Coll.Ttor K I'. (.a.boii.
othl'retHthl IKheard from and Mr. yon publish same: AMWIDIn K: Mdvrr.

Clarke duly notified III' their intentions. A'",o/wf/ (, First, Tbnt this' Alliance; ox-j Treasurer rrvkl.Ieiit' \ .'f.U.",'It unuilJ\ "11.\\',nn.Ien.F. {)unn.

The Tacksouvflle1'atui 'a & Key West : tend to County CnmmiKaioner! Kou and 1 I II Ikmrtlur Airmen. t'. lm-r, fo:. \V. Agnew,
Hailmad, have takauajiage in the ccond Williainson it'soituvte thanks for their! i i I J."xmiiti.T. lanuastur.tnhn II\ W. riiamller.: .\. 1.11'01AII.l Kourll. l t. I. W.Knot.tj. Mar K.O.

edition of the Scuti\ -Tuuptcil 1 Xmt. I manly and lawful shunt in easting their! nhall .
All shippers!' of exhiliiu should notify totes, as!' county <'()\II III l..itU. 1"/" '*', against: "01 II lIar)' ln |HiU>rV.. T. lL :. M I
the Secretary so thai he may know the the ('Oll11t .'" tlkinJI.OO(. ) won, h of Hock COUNTY OFFICERS. t

STATE_ QP FLORIDA: ,, name of the |nifties' sending stone andFite I cf the Seitii-Tropical Kxposition; to be fount) Judge\ ) -lailmnl$ Mcfoimthr." \ .
i'onnij Horkl it
A. Miller.
ht't.lat Ontla In thIs .
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; the J.rol'l.r 'rt.lit-t\l to be county.krrolid Stierllf( K.: \\tiliHini: I *. "
EXECUTIUE DEPARTMENT. I !*ure and attach to nil shipments the Kxtonitiou Sectmd, That our secretary. .\*>....v..irI.. C, M hew.t .
be inctrticted to forward these usolution'sto !' rotlwlor--II. T t\ main, Cltra.Mil'wrttiieii.lont .
and then traii8H itationompame8
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the ) HANNAH and t'n-r )
IK'ALA 1'rrst
i. To the People of Flnrldti : | \ will tran !|>oit Mime free, \ \ ol I'liblUluxtnictlonM.. U
otherwise management, must pay the. with a request that they 1 publish' samo.WM. I'nrne, ("'lemliiKtonlotmly
Iu cheerful acquiescence with the custom established by my predecessor in freight the PKIIOX, I C."m"'I..I,1'I"I11.| \V. 1.l1\jJ.\ W. 1'.
us was tape yesterday by u ,
office I Traiitliam. M 11. loon, K.I IVrrlnV.. 1'. \MI-(
realizing the benefits which have resulted State by"the of
to our plajittng shipment from this county, which cost __ Secietnry. I 111111\1'011 i
useful and oruatneutal trees for the adornment of our street*. parks, school roun ds the secretary $11.President Hotel Ari-lvnls. Tlie County' "mmllolf'n\ meet tm tlrst Mon.I .
and cemeteries: and encouraged by the great interest manifested by our j ecple in I day In ctery month.
., the ceremonies attending the same, I. FRANCIS FLUMINV., Governor of Wilson has gone to Jacksonville OCALA llorsK, Jan. ;>(>-11. :M. Coombs, *eli with the M 1. t S. Miner A. U. drllUn. I I'. I I. l>url. ,.
Florida, do hereby appoint and set apart to arrange trl1lJ'lIrta.tion Halt I 1I10rl'; 11. C. Constable, ll.dtimorr; (l'It'h""III""fII/unlflll"" In
companies in regard to pricu of ('has. U. Abbott, A. F. Young, New York; Moiulay every month. I

!IZ i2ur the 0av of februar! round trip tickets for our visiting I'omo- K. M. Johnson! )11'II..rd.111114.. : .; J. II.L.t' COUNTY BOARD OK HEALTH.1'renMetit .
: [ dad): Mkty! ): logiral friend Philadelphia! ; :Hg thrllwr:1:: \\'all- t Dr''I't.| T K.:I',It dary.Steretary Ulelmrdwin..

-ASr'rt.tIJJ'I1JJJl-- The entrance fee to (the Semi-Tropical nah; Arthur Heed, Helleyiew ; J.I JI.Cheney Memlifn-l\ l U. A Smith. Anthony Melll '; will be i.'o cents for adults and 15 cents Orlando; H. C. Whih''ir illil\; M. 1'1. MOM.THii.ll). II !Irvin

,'< : i tnt! : -"f. i for children under l 11:!! years of age. 1 K.; W. Campbell, jr.county: I K.: K. (under, HOARD OF TRADE.

3"t t &f.*. !\1J1Y'"W'lMJW\ t The building will be open to receive :Martin; F. I I). ;Mason, P),. )t'II'lIt.l'11.' .\. l'I't'' "I"1I1 -J. F'. liiinn
flee 1'n-ol.lent-ll.i \ .
A Veathent.Kttrrvtarjr
Foul :Miss
Mrs.Stokeshnry, Stokesbiiry ,
visitors from\ u, ii'. to 10 p. m. -\\ nt. I'ox.H.mr.1 .
K FOR THE YEAR 1889 ( 'olb)"'" Exposition Hand will give dailyconcerts Miis l !' Munioe, city; John J. I Inn Is, ('it rut. of Uovernont-\. Man Jr. C. llhctn-
from and )llI\TIIZt'MA: HOTKIJan.. :10.-\: Vogt, alter Jill K. Onnii, I. II. LlvllllP'toll. H. A,
toI Ironr 7 to yp.
:, and Pimm-lion II. l E. Baker Cincinnati II. \\('lIlht'". Un>uKu ,11.1 l H \\ Mooily. t
t I earnestly recommend the !special observance! of the day by the j schools of our m. ; : : ;
t State and all persons interested, by the careful planting "of ornamental trees and \\ Mathews, Chicniro' ; WI1F.. (ruttier, 11UILDINGANDLOAN..ASSOCIATION
shrubs, with appropriate ceremonies, thatjit: may be a day of pleasure and recreation Notice of many exhibits are coming in (iainesville; )1 rll. J.-I E. Dnivton) city t ; T. .
as well as of instruction and benefit, to those who shall participate in such and many are arriving, of which no H. Hruonie\ N. Y.; J. W. Willis Cry!Mai rivuMriit, ,c' II W III1Jt'r.. *
Vltot'I'n'Rlot"oll E.1: )
notice hat been given.The i .
exercises. l i\'t'ri: gnitniiin Hay, Crystal (liver; II. Krit'Ury all '1'rt'"ur.'r.--IA'ulli Fox. .
IN WITNESS WHKRKOK, I have hereunto set ,Jiuy hand, and have caused the managers of the railroad companies 1 E. \\ IIlkllJl' orange! Lake, J. A. (hey, lloHnlol Utrcrtor.- J. 'r. a.1&m'"Ntcr. Iiuuftftto I
entering here have generously Hradiord: : A. T. Chapman! 1 T. W. llrun'tley ,1'heim, I. Hi-own, M Khlul, A. 1"".. I'olt.umt, II. D. ,
Great Seal of the State of Florida to be affixed hereunto. 1) .te at the Z'h"IIIJI.1 K. A. I\lIrtllf" '
f. Capital this the fifteenth day of January, A. D. tSSq, and of the Independence placed the dit*|>oHal of the Exhibition I :Macon; E.; C. Sanchez:: (tainesville I ; OCALA 'l e4

of the United States the one hundred and thirteenth: year.GOVERNOR.. tlir'l'toMt"otraiIlH! for the use of the E.; L. Mansfield, Boston, :Mass; C. C. ('Hitnlnico.| ; A. NaMi.RIFLES .* _
members} of the l'omultI lCal Society, so Komeo, Baltimore, Md.; H. I F. Taylor, Una Lieutenant\ II. tilt bnncll. "
.P1l..LYClS 1'. l''Ll-JIJYG, that they may view our magnificent (isinesville" / ; C. T. :Sweeney: Jacksonville; Neeoml IJcnu-imni I r. E. William,
r. orange groves and attractive places} and E.: Welter.. )laitlllItI10: ; I.. E.; UeIJonant Forty MeinlK'r
By the C/Jf1ernor-a/tcst : pass on to intect our neighboring} coun ; Harrison CIII'Lt'iJlllic) 1'la. : FIRE COMPANY

JOHN L. CRAWFORD Secretary of State. ties.The 'hld--T.foremanMaurice U. I .11" ioi.'r. ,
Arbor Khelnaiicr.
Ir Day.
chairman of the Executive Committee lint miKlKtant \IAtHl. Volk.Heroinl .
--- !President. Secretary and Treasurer The ol servants of this day w ill shorty !) awUUnlV.. ((1 J. Mariball. \
of the State Horticuftimft( he with and Hwrvtary II Mailed. M
: Societywill us, we trust a general interest Ts(-iOytiveuueubcrs. ,
To the Trustees, Teachers, RrlronsauaFri'rds'llhe Pubfic.Sdhools \\of Marion Co. meet in our city to-morrow with the! will be shown by all\ our citizens HOOK AND LADDER

Referring to the above proclamation by the Governor of the State of Florida officers of the Exposition; to complete in improving their property bv the i'maldcntAl'ram 1'almcr. COMPANY ,.:
1 desire that the spirit and letter of that document be faithfully observed. In this arrangements for the reception' of the plr.nting of shade trees und shrubbery.We. Fun" 'anus -\\ II k. llcuti. t
connection I desire to say it would be particularly gratifying to the Board of Public United States Pomologicnl Society and I trutlt, silica the defunct) bitter sweet AiwUt.nlWell 1'Wt'llt1I11t'm I'r.. tianWn.. .
Instruction and patrons of the schools of this county, if each and every school in their friends. orange trees in the Court square have
the county would prepare and send to my office an exhibit of the work done in been removed that the county commisioners LULULA LODGE, NO. aa, I. O. 0, F.
the school,'such as map drawing, diagrams, compositions, penmanship, problems in Nip Anti Tuck- The Kate H Draw. .. will see at their coming meeting, I IMecta \f'ry 1'1It'IItIR1 fVt'lIhl')

arithmetic, etc.Please There are probably no two men in Monday\ that their places will be supplied '- W.\v. M.II. i tmlllc...s. u. .
make your report of arbor day exercises! to this office without delay.In Marion county no thoroughly! versed in with Homy of our many lieautifiil All vlnltliiK rhlllli l>roth""c'r.tAr,r' c'uftUI\IIlulleol.
these reports please state number of pupils, patrons and visitors present, number the iiointn of a running !horse or his I shade trees. K/\ this means, III few yearn OCALA CHAPTER NO.
of trees, shrubs and flowers of each kind planted.The angle and gait, that sizes tip the wind- the yard can be made .a IIIHJt| beauty. 13, R. A. M,
exhibits of school work for the Semi-Tropical Exposition to be in my splitting! qualities and propensities' \ of the firm. Monday Clmi-trr niKlilin, No. every 13, K. month.A.!)M. Convocation ,
office not later than the ifcth of February. See that all I work is done with neatness sit ilt footed hound 1111 Alberti* Vogt and \l I r. Prigge, the electrician, has t thethree ii w. UNo. H. r
pules tin on First :South: street J. H. KRA/IU. .
Bob Sanders. Both Nfit'tary.Th ti
and accuracy, Very respectfully, |possess" \ dogs of .
heroic canine lineage/: and: both gentlemen (fading to the Exposition: groundseach MwlpU-i. hold Hun.Uy hcho.l and social
M. L, PAYNE, Supt. Schools. imagine that their seventy-live feet in height, from which M'rvlces! : every Huuday I mortttiiK at Aicnow'i ball I
recpectively ;
1 alNo | n>nrhliiK at night at rcKular I hour, and
the carbons will be and tluolight
Rend all work intended for the Imposition\ to Trof. J. M. Mu-alor, Ocala who will arrange dugs can outrun the, rest of the dog suspended\ 1 fraypr iiiM-iliig nt'ryIlit'lklll)' night All ar.
1: tenijMirurily supplied' from the turned.
lam .at .: world.! With this spirit festering in

their breasts, Jl"l l "Il'rt'tlIIJt'rtu;: Ocala dynamo. --
hound for hound that the latter
BUDGET OF HOME NEWS l+Ix-itoum House. uu( Lot I"III'Snle. not outrun the former., It wan a go.could To ...... ...................:...:. ..............;............................. tiixnuii.; MCKAY,

-. ---- ---------- -- -- -- Last half' ui',lot 31 CaMwellV additionto decide the wager Uoli took his animal to ...............i: I: I I '...._........ AIICIIITKCT

=-.:=-- i -.----L.=- BI'lTINUEK.City- _Editor.-- -- =- and hats nice I ;hou-e one acre of NX well rooms wt in; tine fruit water t flees, Saturday Dunnellon night, thu: the home pack of )was Ir. Vogt put: 'and on a ...........::::::::::::::::1.I ..L I B...........!..I..;i.::::'.::: ':::......... DKHIUNH AND AND KHTIMATKg!: JIUILDKK: ,

.. House Two lots in ..outh" eht corner of lot :3J:! ; fox scent. H1&/IIU/\lI.fllu/ up', and} for
into the Ocala! today
Prigge; put variety of hue nursery trees! for 1 sale on two hours and fifteen minutes the contest j i I -FurnUhcd on. Al'pllcatlIn-!

the electrict lights. lot 33. Apply to Kev. 15. Helm. [:31jH.'t:! ] i waged at white heat, and during all : -

The court is still t'ngage.l-in;the Cotlee. -- -- that time the! dogs) : 5 number, were HO IMPORTANT : :: S 4
A Wutcriuelon.
Keeping/ clove together that a blanket would have ii r r.N..O..T. (uric-ReiultScat : .Orati,** and 8Uth It.
murder ca.se. __
)1 r. W. U. Massey disj.lave l a watermelon -
covered all of them. The owners of the Judge i Mi-Conathy: reports the matri- to the wonderful gaze of the splendid running animaU were" HO fired rtoitit '

monial market quiet. guests of the Ocala House! last evening, with! admiration at the pluck altos by -- l.a3l to

ins Blue which "vas plucked last July and ha" the pack that "ah bets were declared off ......... -.......... ......... ....... ... ......... -
Will Springs, who been Lilt home and :. : : ; : :. ;. O'lH'kJo'AJtl4) : :
kept at ever Bince, 11 friends in heutuckrtturnetl..tt8terday \', ...... ..I."C' ...... ..
visiting of
has been in u splendid) Mate lr"Kt'r\'ation. i is HO pro.d of hit hound that we don't .. .. ...E. .. -M4LCM ,"- ,

__ __. believe the Ocala I <; a
: Lecture.Kev.C. wealth opulent Company' have .......,}........ ..t....... L..J..J.: ..... ..... .L....... ALL KINDS OK FURNITURE.I I
Mr. J. M. Blair dropped in to say that enough to !buy his dog.
during his stay the "little daily") is an :. B. Wiluier w'll deliver a "lwtnre -. --- --- ". j1
indispensable article.A at Glenn-Mary College: on Friday, What 'is It ?
February 1, at :3 >. in. tickets at the '' Trrlrvtrtlsarxcrus: or THtia OoMfLrrsImMM
fine deer was' captured Tuesday door for 10 and lo j ivnU. I'roci-e for Mr.town M.a Carter few of Fellowship"what", broughtto is i iTO[ THE LADIES:;:(! i iTO tlTetC'aasa Low I'lucu. ,_
ago it, .. .. ..
morning: within a mile of town by Mr. school; libiarj-. _ and it wan \'i it dill'8) by hundred of |*er- I :TIIOSK: wren: wnn.it: LIKE: Ttt UK '"\ : :

Robert Sanders.' =An application will be made) to' the IOnlluit sat in its cage in bin CtKiTUXKJtH; :

made lake attractive Moody by on stretches the square of high is being and reji"tch'.l'utt'rlt next le 'iMaturj. by of Marion a majority. county of the for near the called town pump.Some asea. .-guhl: It wan wagon ebb- i. It. .hu.:comegun.. !, .. ...our, .. :...notice.,.,..:! .tnat: : ."a.....mmnGer..... ..ofI...:I PalaceI'II e /) Stor c.I!I 4;, 1

dry hammock: reaches.A tile estublishiiif of a County Criminal footed, had a long, large: beak, ami beautiful I :: :::Housewives. !
Court in accordance with tile cuimtitulion. gray plumage, and was about the

a ..\ sign passerby in front, which of Weihe's plainly confrontsthe indicates in population. The county, wealth is: increa and!ing8o! commerce rapidly\ size in lib of field.a large It roonter.wax discovered It was captured in midair I ::: :: ::::iM-nlre: ::0.:talia. :.4ientyseofour-"" :!! : ...:: : :.: j -0.i:

that theVailrosd ticket scalar is withus. that the two terum of the circuit court by the noise made] in a contest witha imm STOCK OF GROCERIES I i iiiiit i'!

__ now had are wholly insufficient for the large: 'hawk, and they catiit to earth to I I ....... ...... .. .. .. ...... .. I II I WHOLESALERetail
--- growing business of our section of coun finish the 'bout for pugilistic oupratnacy. : dn iM>t'irilnk we drllvrr tiiem ; we tbere. :

-; Colby's studio is fitted up most works.ele of try. which, after a lively set to was declaredin i ...'.......... ........annouiion..thai.. ........ :I-A ftI---I:
gantly. His pictures are truly favor of "What' IN ll." Nu !
J art. lie will make a display o( some oft The sidewalks on either aide of Mannolia the hawk vanquished than sooner it made was a 11 We: H'ILL- HKLIVKK ..All. ...ilROC1.811511buZA : : : t
at the exposition. street are being rlLdt'll.! Mrs Lu- ii-t": *n 0tGe city, withJMIOMI'TNKSH
them savage onslaught on the present JHJWM-H- : :...any.| I Drugs !
milt, Mrs. Greenfield and Mr*. lioothby who
sor, captured it. n u1,1NI'ATCli, i
Tbe old brick" man and the "nut. are Betting the rent of the JlfOl'ertvOWDcrll What is It" will be one of the attractions t "' .. . I
sbeller" are in town. Keep your glass a splendid example to follow by -
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of the :
Imposition.Dr. : :;;; Ow'Crtpcea Department I.::':: Ij n
I and don't i
them get ,
: eye rolling. for promptly obey lOa the behests of the city { ;..::.
"bricked" or "shelled") out of your precious council. Paisley' IIM returned to Ocala and : :a-AU'KIN 80-
;!j Ja ettargt:u]::J..V.::(1A:TKH. net )
"du&t/|_ Dr. II. ferine has J leased with re-opened Inn dental ottice. Educated) in :.. .. '
exhibition at George the school. of dentistry and medicine, I ITS} LXCELiXME: :, 41). : .!t! r..1 ou..s; STATIOXKItV, TOIL.KTm
)(r. Gus Morton Las on tbe privilege: of iMircfianing: the I Lake with .. ... .: :." .
a practical experience of than
the Semi-Tropical, a cabbage almost as Side Hotel, south Lake Weir Fla. Mr.V. in more il. .Hu almrwt bwxnuo. ;y- .uw'ANCY --;
_' rivalry exists thirty years leading cities, he feels .. ...
barrel. .ljlr.At \ li. Taylor will take the management -
large w a
1 between Gus and hw brother \\'. D., the I The lJ louse will be open on the; tint of beet warranted service in the assuring the public of the' I A.L Household ; Word !! I ]. ARTlfcLES2jl3InEComplete [ t
will former. I profeMsion an rendei. ..
3 latter declares Utatjthe February. _________________ Diseases oC the mouth aryl artificial 11

t The citizens are airtin indebted! to the The Daily lifjmlltcan of Hudooo, dentines ecialty. Otfice over ,,''lel',. .._...,,_..............;.........l_ ........ ...............1 Stock!
f Exposition official ft-r another tendered N. Y. under date of January lIIth, uon- store in rear of !Jr. Gary'* otJi. e.
': cent musical! treat, y-+'hlch was tai"16llalf a column ol Interesting reading Jan ?:: ) dim wtf BENJAMINI&IFOXI.i. 1-0-
t from the Marion Cornet Band stand last matter about tkala, Marion county and .. .. .. .. ... ...................... -_ .............,......
i evening It', a magnificent educator of our Exposition, by Itoctor I>uBoi who U. It. Waterman, the deservedly '00'" I i I i I i irJrFTI ; W* baodl none tniftb* fiiirtl b..DdlO' r ular Ocala clothier, is receiving his spring 11 ta4..o.neralcw ".U.f.,., IUd Garden teede r '
beautiful villa
harmony. ._ owns a at the pleaaanlwiburb .. _..._
F. stock of fuiticfi and it U a delight to
of MonU.ue.
i ) Boarder Wanted. tbe male eye to inspect their manifold I Il : = .1 I ........r.W....IOUT:4I. ::J'B.AZEU-a.n tlroaucaassr
Call oa Mrs. H. Flints, &* -Cox build. Latest atyle of silks, in all new nh.de, beauties of shades and colors They are --. -? i
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log over Scherwin's clothing for evening dresses at M. Fuhel' 31j6t decidedly nobby aDd taking. -- ---- -- )

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--- -- -=:. --= = = (1nl:.\T nx POSITION.was f TEit.11lllshorirngh f : Line-
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County Expects to fall
Tues.lay! a to 'al day for the nponin I ,Into Line fur the Spm-ITroptclal I

? of the great "Florida International Ocala.I -0-

and I Semi-Tropical\ Ex: 11f'1"it Ion at Ocala have been laboring) to create an interest i

Tile air was 4'rixpand buoyant. If nature on the part of Ilillsborougli countyIn I I Tin: PLACE TO FIND THEM

had l )IKJPM called on a month beforehandto the Ocala Exposition. Our grand

fit the climatic purroundinm to the county ought. bv all means to be repre- -IS: AT-

occasion, it could) not have been providedmore Pencil, if not for the premium, which DELOUEST

aupiriouMy.\ you have so :\lilxrallv olFere!, at least for Speoial Sale a DR. ,
The clear and brilliant, through i
win rce the aid we could a(lord your magnificent \VfsT SIDE S tlrAR-)
network of nipping front. Florida -(
a enterprise and the immense! advantagesto
wow fairly outdid herself. and t\'Ilr to impress l toe derived to our own people. I think OCALA t t I t I I FLORIDA
I the rosmojfilitan, character of the event commissioner's will\
our county !! soon seethe "
wafteddown I 8m 8l.
now and tneu a friendly\ blizzard, intand act accordingly. One .
|s> OFUdies'
from the far northward. iift,H| the of barrier --- .
tiling which has been" a sort ,
t, E. HARRIS, Editor curtain of sunshine, stole in and whiwi ; has. been the condition of !some' of our I I --- .- -- --

_.- --- -- ereil : from Maine to the band of
-- is
hrid The water high '
-- es.
county very
OCALA Flowers' we are one people, with one I in ma'nv of the streams, while some of R. BIRDSEY & CO.
FLA., JANUAJlY .'/, 1S89.Lounlana S. <
(flair destiny, and one 'OlIntry-one
i one our bridges! !' leading\ into Tampa are so I ,
sympathy, and one in purpose." i bad as to render it very dangerous'! if\ not DRESS GOODS I

lowlands Kiilnnerue'l.: It in Ninety: days! ao the plateau west of I impossible, to reach the city. In this II I --0-

feared the river will rW hinder than it Ocala, where now stands! the Exposition I wav the. people 1I'ln'outlli.te who are

JIM keen known to do since 1849.: building, covering more than\ an acre! of most interested in matters! of this kind, I Wholesale & Retail
ar'lIIa!'! an unbroken forest. Sixty have little time or opportunity to meet

j. The T.-U. Rays Home admiring female days ago the corner-stone was! laid. The I' and I take counsel' together t\ as to sending -- --DEALERS IXlanhvarefi -

has made l'reeiden-elect Harrison a timbers of which the .superstructure is i! exhibits to Oeala. All feel l the importance .

dozen new nliirt*, each ro!rtlni\ ?f2! M), and reared were .springing i fresh and preen of doing something' and our county
largo enoiurh} for a buHtle.\ But they are from the sod ready for the such verdure of II could make a splendid show, as everybody I Fine (Broadcloth l GroceriesOCALA l'
not that kind. the coming spring! Hut flrltltll as familliar with our resources understand '

John F. Dunn A. K. M. ( ; but just how to get started is thp-
The t4nb Thayer, A. P. Min, Ir. Sherman.! Co. officials should b:
-Tropical to He Openeil.The question. The county 60 and 54 inches wide -0-
Wilson K.V.: .
Jacksonville nant, Wm. Fox, O.V. make liberal appropriations and do it atonce. ,
Savannah News correspondent Agnew, I H. K Maxwell\ .. H. Eichen- I shall. \ again them, I I I I FLORIDA
of the 28th ) upon
: 3m 31 sutAT
says C. T.
Harvev Knight
haul T. J. Barnes ,
of this week
A largely attended meeting nf cltlren! wan Gibson, A. P. Mason, II \V. Ix>ng, A. H. through our Tampa papers 80c., 90c. and $1.
at the board ot trade rooms thin attf'rlloollI the importance making a
to oonilder I tirnlwted' bunlneni enterprises for Mann, II. M. Dwyer, .1.0. Clarke, Julius at the International and SemiTropical -
this city, and time Israel 1) II. Baker C. W. Campbell\ .
opening of the ttub-Troplral I ,
Exposition, at OcalaIt Worth
Kxponltlon. for this matter substantial support| P. Hooks, Itishon. Sampson, and others', from S1.7. to S2.S5
awaa pledged and H.X( wan rained I on the gjot. appears we are having) an old fashion --
It 1* eKtlmaliNl that tT/cfl or P ran) will he required Marion county in fact joining as one winter in this part of !South Florida.
to Mart It, and it ran be easily Mcured. man, determined to establish a jierma
The old lndel t xlnoM Ten years ago, I am told, thl'rltl'a a
> < or tho coml.lll1rUII ibition of Pomologjcal, horticultural -
neat exi'
funded at fJ.er ('('nt. The proRpeets are drrldedlygood similar winter-much rain and man of
for A luwnaful oi">nliig of the expo and Agricultural products the ponds and low places filled up, rendering -
itlon on the day net fort. f eb. :'J!I>t. Florida, together with all ,products, of farms in the low lands difficult of AI..J.'OOL
.y I interest from all States and
-- -- general cultivation. In this! reKot| those livingon M FislteI'sCan

,,1 "'hrre'8' John II. MclinneVhat ? countries.It the high rolling) pine lands!! have an
t undertaking but
was a Mujiondous!! ,
immense advantage Everything is becoming COLORED HENRIETTA
In tho world iH t the matter with with such co-laborers, nothing is imponMl ,
in : of farmers
Florida'B, Presidential! Klin-tors'! : The le. Florida is always in the van of growth. Many our
whole lot wanted to In assigned tile The world wondered, have, and still are planting large areas
great <1O Inches wile
in sugar cane. I ,shall have planted at ,
duty conveying the count tll'Rlllh after her tf'lIIl'nrary| > depression" of (the
{ Inltton.- Unrurtunatel}' Presidential! KU-c- what would, b. her next least threw al'r<'when\ finished, which
past! summer, 1 1" found one of the
will\\ be in two.I .
a or
tor Uurford l got delayed here. on a murder step' in the oliwartllllart'll, and lo :Marion
trial and after starting' tint mixed up county is! first to respond It I is a am glad to hear favorable reports of 55c.

at Baldwin and failed to arrive in Talla substantial, tan iblp'i..j"Ie answer' your local and county enterprises. 1
hassee ou time fie Hhould have been than audible voice want to be present at the meeting of the *
more expressive Best assorted selected 2 and
National Pomologieal Society in February -
there at 12 o'clock noon and did not reach could) utter. ,
there until night. The if not ",)onf'r. In fact I would like I Worth 81.00.
count had been All Florida participates' in the pride as I .
made and lucky John McKlnne 1 of it will in the success of the enterprise to beiih you all through the season, .

Jackson, had In-en, assigned by lot the The State should unite with Ocala and but am fearful cannot on account of a most desirable
duty of conveying the Wash Kx pressure' of home atlairslly pricedStock'
returns to :Marion county to make the |>ositinn
ington. I 110 should have rcachedthere an ornament and a benefactor to the the way, when the t legislaturemeets

on the 28th of January at latest, but commonwealth. It has liven, suggested in extra session, would it not bo in

from the I following despatch it will be by one of our leading titi/ens, that we appropriate and opportune| to pass a law Special Inducements or ) Gooilsin
for the benefit of immigration0 The Dry
Bern that up to the 21Hh: hit/ whereabouts illustrated the interest which this commercial
unknown State should take hold, of this matter and
was in 111ellh'r.
: metroxiis| feels t -
| make liberal It should' .
appropriations.! ; .
WAMIINOTON, Jan 2tf.-Hwretary of State by setting apart Jacksoitville's1)a'
Hay- priot:
"; rdhaabeen formed by Senator Invalli that at tile Semi-Tropical and let the be made broad and magnanimous.. !! No Our Clothing and
the election certificate of the should bu allowed the
State of Florid Is 1 \ sectionalism to > manifest : City.d
city down m manner and sew hat Ocala; .
miming, and that consequently' It will be necra go itself in direction Florida Ha
1 nary to secure the copy urj >ailed In the dlitrlrt has accomplished for (the iinnon weal. any 31 dec 4 m
i' 'f court at Tall.II&J01I11ll. Alter a conference with The Directory will\\ signify its wishes, grand !State in the aggregate, while every
Y Senator: Fonoo it was decided to tend a memviigrer + portion of it is wisely adapted' to thispurposes
to Florida Immediately name the day, and welcome our lmt| ople
to secure that docu of immigration from all parts of Shoe Department --------- ---
with >cn arms. The roads' leading\
! ment.We the world A wide awake and intelligent
ask thither will throw wide, all their gatcAand ,
again, where' is the lion John ,
II. McKinne? it need' not be 1\41411"11' that the 7\ml'II' agent, should be sent to Europe ;
I'nioii will herald the event with moiethan one who' is: familiar with the modern S.
languages and also with Florida. Other WatCIIQaQ
ordinary pleasure .
Liberty. States are taking wise action in this

The following extract i 114 fro the writings respect, and making I large appropriations :

of Daniel Webster: n TOO 11UMY TO ATTIJXI: .should for. inducing notliebehind.Vhpletherefore I immigration.. Florida C. Rlioinaucr{ & Bra i

"This lovely land, thin. glorious Ii".rty -- -- our lawmaker ate seeking' : to establish! as 3 J.l SIJ33} >.1I
these benign Institution ; the dear The rollowliiK, Getter lo
purchase of our father, are oura-our* WIlNDii.& 1-.1': |., President of I hoSemlTroplcnl
not be well to see to it that we are nut
to enjoy, ours to preserve, ours to transmit ,, HxpoMli: Ion,
the State's
generations. )heist, and generationsto I,:aplslus Itself.. pulling in a quarantine matters of on encouraging State progress A Stock
come, hold us responsible| for this JAS. T. LANCASTER, Complete. of
immigration ? It is all very well to talk
Bacred trust. J/r. GrOT!)" IT. H'I/TOH/ Ocala! Jin.
about not keeping settlers out of Florida,
Our fathers from behind admonish Please acceiit my tluriks: for \oiir kind I will in but why -1-
as they come any way ; '
with their anxious voice ,
us paternal ; imitation to lie present at the: openingof do ('alifurnllat.1 other !'tatt.makA! Gents' Furnishing
posterity calls out to us from the bosom ( KxMisition next ettorts LEADING REAL ESTATE DEALER.
th. Semi-Tropical | such strenuous to secure Immigration -
of the future the world turns thither
; \\ouhlltc exceedingly -
Tuesday. patifyini ? The reaion is they have sense
r, (solicitous event I all-all--conjure us to act -1- .
to lm with you on that unl -
? to me enough to know that the quickest way to
wisely and faithfully in the relations l>ortant iHfasion. But with the near a|>- till tin and build' up a state is to encourage OCALA, : : : : : : FLORID Goods.
which we sustain. of the extra session, of the legislature i the multitudes by such inducementsas

Let us feel deeply how much of what and the large: amount of WOI kill are neessary to bring them by properly dtf4

we are and of what we POHMCNH we owe to the Executive\ oth'cu at this tune, incident holding forth the State's many advantages. ------- -- .

Liberty and"them institutions of ourOovernm'nt. to the change in the administration READY :MADE

r, and the installation of new othcerstlirotigbout Humors are thick as to new lines of ,
),.a Continuing!, he said : ) the State, I think it will be roads coming to Tampa. At present we WEIHE .
"There is not one of us present who
impotable for nit to accept your invita\ have only the Plant system romll1et d. CLOTHINGTailoring
does not at this moment experience in tion. 1 trust the Exposition will
provein This is a splendid' road and doing everything -
a condition and in the condition
I his own ('\'t'ra" a Mim-t, and contribute it can for our Gulf city ; but the -LEaD3 IN TUEWatch --
: of those most near and dear to him i the the of State 1 -
( liberty greatly to prosperity| our by public demands more roads. We need' amore
influence and thebeetlteoftide before the public her \aried resources
bringing direct route completed from Tampa
and these )institutions. and great: possi bit!i ties, as well as to Coals and other points north and Department Unex-
illustrating the vnterpiiso, energy: alltl"dll'III'ut" west. With Florida's war claim settled -C i i Jewelry( \ celled In Fits and Prices.

TlmeaUnion.An View. of our |sople.. by Congress to help our exchequer, and dec31lmI.
Optimistic With my kindest personal; regards, I a liberal appropriation\ for immigration

e Oh, somehow, still we feel that good, am very truly yours, F. P. FLEMINO.P. purposes from our own State, we shall
Len. Le the Oral foal of ill. S. I trust that I may be able to need plenty of railroads! in the near LINE! I. J. BROKAW
-f'tn"tlMt'" ,
visit the Exposition: Inter in the year before future, to meet the increasing demandof
The poet for once, turns )philosopher. it clos of the word has found its
The infidelity -0-
fruits ami
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strongest bulwark behind the evil which 'l'.t'tablt's."p. THE MARION
i Their Name" C. CRUMM, COUNTY NUR-
the Almighty(. permits. And yet tine if Idlewild ('otta t', Fla., Jan. :'JH, 18-S9. Repairing a Specialty. SERYMAN. '
skeptics woud| reflect; a moment created The following are the names and instruments

must e e I after the similitude of Adam, evil is justas Prof. Chas II. Colby's Exposition -1-

; essential as ROCK!-to use a paradox, it band and military orchestraProf.: director. C. Schedule of the S. S. O. & Q. R R. -Loculm ox WEST SIDE: or SQtAU-) OFFERS TO TUB PDBLIO A FINE LINK
U just as ..rood al OOI.Ihll'e without 11. Colby leader musical ; I
... **1 r- M. SmSloM Of
.a thu principle of evil we' could not, W. E:, lieaman, cornetist; J. E. Fuller, Arrive U av0iHla from HonKwawa forlimnneUon................. \\I.:"I A. M.Koturnlngat NCIWERV STOCK-GRAPEVINES
through the mental, moral and physical cornetistV.; E Dufer, K Hat clarinetist\ ; &u\ r. M. -- ----- : A 8PCIAUTV.djan52m .

functions with which we are now endowed S. Auielotte, solo It that clarinetist tj; F. Leave gala for HomomuH at ...........u. o.su: r. II. W. CONDON'S

comprehend the principle of T. Royce, clarionetist; Wilber Thomjmon, F. C. (J\ P. R. R. (Old F. R. & N. Line.) W. -1-

good. In other words, man could never solo allot J. I). Harder, alto; E. O. llrien, Schedule. Store ADDKBW, Anthony Fla.
enjoy a moment's happiness I if there alto; W.J.Clevelandsolo trombone; (ieo. OCTH BOCXP. New\ Jewelry\

1 were no unhappineas.If | Wilkins, trombone; E. Ilutchins, baritone Pasty r arrives in Ocala.......-.Jj.OJ r. M. with everything in
Chas DololF, tuia; Wm. :Morse .. .. .. ., A. r Shines replete
his argument What Colonel:) renders Merrell heaven says be a true very, I' snare-drum!; ; T. J. }Flanagan, boas-drum\ Freight .. .. ::.:::.<::.:.:::.:.ir:: \ r.M: his line. Call anti examinefor LAND TITLES !I1

and cyrutals.Most roars BOfNB.i yourself.Strings ,
al ling place.Wants
cheerless ; of( these tuuiicians are from New 'a* ..nger arrives!. in. Ocala. .::::.., .,=.&l0 A.r. :: for Musical Instruments a -1-i

Veta"D&W.IJON -. York city and Boston, with the excctv Freight .. .....?.............. 1.15. A. a. Specialty.All .
lion of Mr. Harder, who is f retnau m of Clocks and Watches TIIIDE.CON &
la, Jan. 23, lS89. I Joss S. Faun Work on repair ADAMS ;
sash door and blind factory
Taylor's fp Town Ticket Agent. Guaranteed.
F. Eo J/orrtf, OxOa, Flu : aud\ before coining to Ocala was a member Time Table. Rhelnauor's Old Stand. ABSTRACT (rO The F. S. R. R.
in reading celebrated Whitehall Sew
Having seen an advertisement of the 4..031-801
which brother York band. SOUTH sown.Pawenter -1-
the BASNIH mr -
d'i ... -Ar. M.
taxes, I saw that at Welhe'i you could Mr. Colby and Beainan art solo cornetisU. : arrive, In Ocala.. .::: :::: .. : : TlI08. 1". GARY V. D. IS 1IIE PL.tCE'70OET THE

watch for $2. I write to ask .. .. to ..._....._ a FJ.C7S1
pet *!gold .particulars I concerning t it. The gentlemen are comfortably quartered Freight.. II a' .. ...;........_.i2oSt. .: PS1JCUAlfD aCMao.f. -1-1 1Orncx ( ",

., you rAnd oblige MAT STKPHINS; at the Altred Hotel. coats BO\nfD.

pi Crawford county, la, box 643. Mr. Itoaman is asompanied by his PiMenfei. arrives.. In., Ocala.. ____11:10: P.. It.Frea Rooms, Af e.w A Oary-* Block, OCALA: : : OCAwifocatfiasm

.,t. referred to Weihe, who wife and little boy, and Mr. Thompson .. .. .. ;. ...-.. 5.501.s. Twettr-MT n yeses **PrlPcV.J'T0rtd4
[Respectfully by hi. better half. .. It.. "A._ M.f l>iIe&IN. 1UJ&113m w1ulOr.-11 ;

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k This Exposition, incorporated under the laws" of the State of Florida opened atCD -- '

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This will be an Expedition) of Pomolopjical, Horticultural and Agricultural )products of Florida) and her soils, timbers. wood: minerals\ and live Mock, and in addition articles
and products of general interest: from all :States and countries: Entry i is open) to the) world) for the display: of its }products. No charge for entries nor : space) for the )products or
manufactures of FloI' lla. s er
The United States: Experimental Station for impro\ement and dexelopment) of products) indigenous\ to this section has been located contiguous to our exposition, : gtomuK I
JI r'" o invite exhibit of all descriptionparticul.uly those) : pertaining to the arts, mechanics and agriculture, guaranteeing uniform couttesto\ all exhibitors

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STJRPLUS7,000.00 antte. 'tlti6fad IJ'utQ uli. "
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One of the finest and iR'-t ('4l'lippt'.1' l.inkin>r |JOU'H S in the State! owned by the i I ,
bank. We have special facilities! for making:; Collections on all accessible points. -fKHARDWARE- :. t S.
We will extend every courtccy and favor to our ustomern! consistent with safe 1
oanklnjz;,and shall rive prompt. and careful attention to all burin es entrusted to uaWe -: OF DIHKCTOIIS.JNO. .:--
solicit your BANK ACCOUNT: all business In our line and f
guarantee entire satisfaction. ;
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Growth of the Involution Tlit-ory.

'e The Christian Union is a'NY liberal
journal. It has recently gathered symposium
on the subject of evolution, that
+ is very interesting. The opinion of the (1)V
leading scientific i minds. of the country, ...
:' as given in the Christian t Union, do not / .
? Indicate that the Ixlmburirh lltnrwppoke
wisely a year ago when it said that
the Darwinian theory was as good as L :
dead and- buried. The remarkable fen-
: ture of this symjxisium is the fact that
sonic of the strongest endorsement* of
evolution ns A scientific theory came
from! professors in colleges, fllIl'I'Jrh..1|>| by
religious ilenominations which (on8Ider''olutioll \ contrary to the teachings of =
the Uible.i 1'tuf, ll. K. Jimeruon J of Am. \=2
herat College accepts, the theory of evolution
aa" an acknowledged, l fact and r
.i thinks that the great majority t1 naturalists
do likewise. Prof. 0. C. Marsh, H ..I
\** of the same college regards evolution as ,
l "a demonstrated truth." I'rof. Marsh in =
f this statement, goes further than moat / H '
scientific men, and seems to tin to outrun r-
the evidence. No great writer on .
$ evolution hat ever contended that it is
demonstrated tiuth.
"a IJJ
Prof.V.. N. Hire, of W t'8Ie'l\u university .
is confident that there is arrowing =
'1 tendency among even t-'OIHWr\'ttlive I
thinkers toward the belief that man I in o o .I'I
in some way the product of evolution .
f He clt.nit.sthat evolution theories have ,
any essential or necewta'y connection +
with atheism or agnosticism. L.4
Prof. L. N. Und rwtxNl, of Synunise yJ
University, believes that Darwin'n lifo ,
slid work were great IKXJII to the \\urld, -
in tfiat( be called into use *|llt'dall1nt'8 of O' ) I .
investigation that live been prolific in
;, making) believers in evolution and in .
developing, IK'W views as to the causes\ of \ ,\0. o _
variation in species lie c asses the
great Ava siz and his distinguished' !: son wz
l among ardent evolutionists. o
o I'rof. U. l'.11'rIRhlofOberlin,believes "
that the theory of evolution has "come
% to 'tar"an.l inconstantly Ioainill! IlrollUtI. t o:::)
I'rof. H. Williams, of Cornell University I.
L : thinks. that a majority of the C "
scientific thinkers of the present day believe enHH
' in gradual: and progessi\e evolution 2
but Jm does not think Darwin's
tVK doctrine of natural Detection a sufficient .
:.'s explanation of the facts .f evolution. (
There l U a striking unanimity among A TOWN LOT -
r these learned professor lu nearly .all I TOWN LOT
the advanced Mid) progressive school oft KOIl LOOK 'IA'- Fon
the country the theory of evolution is i
r taught as the most reasonable explanation $25.00. $25.00. .2

e'' of creation Christian It scientists receives the who support do not .......................................... ...... .. ............................................................:.. O S
of many -- -- --- -

bee that it requires an abandonment of ...... ...
their faith in the Mosaic ammnt\ of the :::i.IIIIISr: : ::{:(:OFI'Eft.! J :: ::: J.IS::::::'OPEN' i FOR( > TI-Il) I:l RTV }IAYS..ONLY! :.....
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earth and the ::: : .Tf'fr
formation of the genesis ,. .. ,
and variation of animal and vegetablelife. ._.......N............. :, ,.. ... .................. .................


The Hell Unu-ery, Magnolia street, is -- -
the place to buy your groceries.II. TIlt' first t III the field New Seuli-Cropic tl addition to the City of Ol'.ala l Anderson's new addition

/ AC11AR1Aa, Proprietor\ adjoins -l'llIi.Tropical:; Exposition!\ grounds. 'T'hree 111JlIln'd! lots now offered at $23; each, for thirty days .
d Sldeclm onl)'. Th property} } 114 elevated and overlooks! the clty. South "street Itt now being graded l to the propert
Shoes have never been known an 't'he propo4ed} "dummy line," when completed will ahllOO per cent. to the value of every lot. tots mu be -- ---

cheap as those at M. Fishel's. [:MJ'1' ] paid for on the tallml'l1t }plan, ifdl'tl n'd. :\0 comutissions" no agents ; buy direct from owner. The editor
of the IiAN lm will ,.It'ct lots for 1l0U.I'Ctlidcllt8. "Get in ou the ground 11001'" Plat can be !been at office of DoaIa
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Wedgewood---Sc-cigar- --at !-\lhll'r- l. Try 11. L. .AUdl'l'-OlU. or address 11. 14. Anderson, Lock Box 123:!;), Ocala, Fla. N!.wsLARGEST s Depot

., bargains atM
i-. ,, Clothing for gents at great
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Twenty-one-meal ticket for t7, at the

J Chicago\ ____ :Wtf U R RIGHT .1 THE OCALA HOUSE. STOCK :
Don't fall to call and get; an oyster fry
at the Chicago. 30tf
(316t- [ ] In seeking to get the best ami most --I. ---ANTI.-- i S

H. E. YONQE C)., The (X'\la Plum for your money, The Lowest Prices I Iof i
ben Call and examine their line stock LeadingHotel of the i itg.t
and Yet good work at reasonable prices. -IJUT- any Store:In Southern Florida.
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A fine line of tress goals for tea -AMUNSURPASSED >- I. DODD ISRAEL, : : OCALA, FLA.

gowns at M. Fishel' [31j
hulk' oysters in any quantity at Co. IN APPOINTMENTS ANY IN THE STATE I II
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burn Chicago ret>

your election of a trailing place? I
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You hay you trade with RICHARDSONTHE ,
Repainted Inside and Out .,
WEQ... -A.'liD- Fittest Livery the City !!
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-oROWELL'S DR8. H. A J. C. PERIN!, '

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L :=Hood=&:N ash. Best and the Cheapest. He Moipp Bare the mOlt* :&IUl1r1ou1arJlOintmentt roomi In andb,
Foa TaxI APPLY TO :: : : : L. U. THAYER. MAKAGUU HO*members of the firm tbc But of FTortd&
Shoe Store tboroofblr ,
has the
only qrofeedooAllr. Tb prepared
,. JeffonTi Old Bund Public Equate, Ocala ru in Marion County. 'a OCALA, .litt. rzxmiDA. to New cU Merchant1 tad laapect NktlonU their office Baal rapccttolly in room Invited and 1
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