The Ocala banner
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048734/00132
 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: February 2, 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: UF00048734:00132
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( .1 T Ul'.11..1 I" Fl.l.I JAXt'AK f ( r :rah,, is*;;. Hotel Arrltnlo.Oi .

AI.* Hoi SK. Feb. 1-A.1 II. Thoma, Rules aoptea Board of J
Westlield, Mass 1 C W. Campbell, county by HeotIn. ;
; J. B. Bnggs. Mrs J, B. Briggs :Miss
Annie; Bngg( ; liss lertie? Brings! Master
Joe Briggs) and Master tenrge Brings, ,
i- Uus-selville, K>'., Miss I A. Hall, Louisville i i ,
K>'.; I D. F.: Puller. O'allO.; C.oodman, .
New York ; Nat Hin"llt.c'Iatli..n.: Fla.; :1 f' 01' J) )

t f :Mark Krause Savannah: Ua.; Henry ..
l ahj R N Roth. New York: A F Mound M. Mor-
roll ; 1 pulley W. ,\Adams.\ : r, (hipman.
('itrlFII 'l H, W tladding.Thpmasvine\ .
\ ; The Ho.ml of Hc.ilth of the Coinm of Marion Shito of
(ia,, JanifH L, llenr.v, New York ; II. S, : ,
lambert, New' Yolk ; Miss f-tokesbury\ Florida, appointed 1 by the inxrintir Cli'| the Mute of KjurMa'

I lily, ; :Mrs Ii.T.i :Maxwtll, Oaklawn, Fla.; undor authorityofirtt net of the. 1.egirlttiitotrultaitlell; !ill "Ch.iptev -
I J. it. Kllsworth M. D 1'a kar.l New IW03.; of the 1uvvof: Hondavas oi antml Jnh 0, lNV\

York ; Jamt'sW McNamee.staten:' :; Island; and T. 1'I ( ;Jan. M. D.. elerti-d I'lendem. and I P.:, H,'Hirllal'll-{
J. M 1., Day, Jr., Je ksonville. Ha:; H.: H.Uin"ht.t" win elected l Seeretaij" ; : and 'J't'l'it'oIll'I"!
: 1I0TEI. Fch I -Mr. Shipp, Hitr: 1. Excreta and puhagi; eon!' iMin: .: of animal; matter, '.,
'. W. .ldanis1'au shall not be buried within the limits of the '
Ixiuifille, K\ ; Dudley (.it\. of Oeala lint
germ, FIIilllh). W. Matthews, Chica- must be renuned bejond "aillitllitl'l,

co, III.; (i. I n. Clitlonl find wife Kustis, Ki{ i ili -'. The owner or oeenpant tlf a building, or the ounerofa
Fla ; M. (t. Stevens, Philadelphia' Pa; D.H .
vacant lot. whohall' leeetxe noticv Ii' '
i 1. Knight, Bl'llt'\it'w, Fla.: John W. <'ox< ont a Sanitai') Inupeetor -
Philadelphia, !'a.; AILxrrtus Vogt t, Dun- to el'ar. anxater cloM-t.! 01 u>mo\i> any ollVimixn
THE tLOKWAATA'.N; : I 77",V,17, .1 1 .\7) SKMI-TIUU'It' .II 1'1'1'ncJTIO.1'BUDGET : 1
nellon, Fla.; G W. Brown city ; Mrs.I matter from\ such premiM'x.: : and shall fail to eomph' with pitch (

r Kowlev, San Mateo, 1.1"?: Miss I Bishop, older within tl"'t' dive after rt''t'ivntg null notiti1, shall bolepotted t8

OF HOME NEWS Jtuy Bunt:. Citra' 1 1'1a.; C. ('. Powell Rochelle, Fla.; to t this hoard for ]1'1"I'Pt.tJ> t iOIl under t the laJtri \\ .
Furdham Hoardman, Fla C.1:.
Kugene ?;
This unique I ofsoiled { :3. KuMxation for '
an.1"t'rft.tt for
manipulator K: building or drain
---- -- ---- laying or
-- -- --- Nix, Kendruk, Fla.; J. M.1'urner, Gainesville '
C. L BITTIM.EK. City Editor.Vfatherun8ettleil. linen 1,1l'k. holds He forth in the Montrzuma Fla.; A. J. Chapman, Macon, (fa,; other pipewithin the limits of cities or town are piohihitedfrom

=- =: -7-- -::::::-:=: d\<'eist' and blackest 1I.Hl\nlt'I'14"stamei'! I that garment the GuMav" Mosig. Ansoma, Conu.Cnt.; the first day of June) to the iiiMdax! of Noxi-nihor,, without *

"\ : will be made to rival the dineii snow' in Didham: Heading! l'a11',11'; Ellis: Citra, t pel. mission of t Ibis: Bo.ml.liiKH'4 : .
---- w hitencss, and I Rt to the manner of doing Fla ; U. Seymour, :New Bradford Orleans La.; No "sewer or drain earrjinj:\ I"t'fni"taniwal matter
Go to :-:8nll: t"I' 8n,1.t l a box of :5-cent up (collars mils and shirt Itmoms, the: 11I. Mevens Blue; .f. A. Ivery Fla. ) ; II.Moscs shall rmpt.x} into any lake pond or other tanlillJ.nh'r..
for f 1. lest excelled bv him, ( ii\e !' Springs.
celestial !
cigars is :
our 'All
Ill animal 1
i K: .1. dtraxiiiK: 10 or vegetable matter. mint l ho
-- friend call
When shall we lm\e! Ll1b)' (!Ia\.' at :'tdfebl OiaiiKt IllofohoiiiA and WtMldlnllelln. : remo\ed from kitchens" cellars or I buildings Used! for I Morale: '

the EXl'o"itiflll ? The World -Man Cut; Left and limo or other disinfectants! applied itntueiliatelyafter\ \ such

It is not often that the New YorkJ'orld On the evening of the :?: l>tli lilt., in the ii'inoxal.KllK 1. .
Ex-editor Sto\all will yell; um tt.'r- \ or it* wide awake and pushing Presbyterian church, which was brightly i ) of
(ti. Deposit( ollt'u!>lht' matter( befoie(( being. dis-
yule this evenitlc.
shovers illnininated for that lie elite of
Ot''t\foIion. I
pencil : get scooped\ in scentingout 't"!'
tmllt',1 for icmo\al( must be dcodon/cd l
or reporting: news by its envious Ueddick and vicinity assembled to witness lay amilxing' dry
The 8t'conll'1' days attendance, yt-8iler- rivals, but Mr. W. \. Smith.Jthe: World'i the marriage of :Mr U W. McAuleyto earth solution of eoppeias) !I. or other sit liable tli"ulft.'c1antl'l or .
day, was good at the: ml-Tropit-? | l. Florida representative, as disciple> and) Miss Mary E. Yongue l'rullll'\ty\ at absorbents.KUI.K .

ake count-ill forging---to the front and! successful' disciple of the great "Sir Isaak 7 o'clock the happy couple! ushered in { ; 7. ( iailu, ,:e accumulating\ from all SOIIMT in any city '

making a magnificent exhibit at the Walton, was! not equal to the task of by the attendants, took their plactm' in or town shall Im )placed in a co\eted icceptaclo on the sido
boating Mr Bnggn, of Boston, in the front of the altar and stood among their
Semi-Tropkal. of a street t. and "shall be iemo\ed thrice in each week from
__ fishing! tournament on the beautiful Hotnosa man}' friends "Two souls with but a ,
For the best assortments of finest 'sa, The 1 H'cr/if/ representative hadto single thought-two !hearts that beat as the first day of June to the first day of No\'ember, and once\

\ English crackers and jumbles tall on I. admit after two days of contest that ono" I in each week luring other times Scaxengers must empty.
Brown, the grocer. the Hub's man held the bakery in taking The (ceremony by Rev. Mr. Shears\ was the \to\I'-l'ltllllltl leave them for fUl'lhl'I'I1't'.

I lieu a most' impressive one the solemnity of KII.K )K Hogs ..ltllllnut be kept in pens within the limits of
We understand that one of the moatattractue which the happy\ couple' seemed' fully to the of Ocala shall be
A HamUoml Bachelor Names a reali/e After: the vows were exchanged city nor they kept t'I.'wlll.rtwithin. ono
features of the Semi-lropical
'y Prize. hundred( feet of a sleeping uu'nt.
will be the Sunday afternoon sacred con the crowd assembled to the brilliantly apart
certs. Who would have thought of It ? Well, tlluminatwd City Hall, to spend the evening KuLKfl.: l Decayed unwholesome.' meat, vegetables. fruit, ,!
certainly none other than a bachelor tripping the "light fantastic toe," or fish" or impure or adulterated milk or other articles, "shall
Professor W. A. Chisolra, the present and that ono the III\ntl trnenlor member the bridal couple honored the occasion be sold ollcrcd for sale ,4
principal of the Anthony graded school, of the extensive drygoods firm of ('. t therewith their presence' for a while, not or as food under\ pain of proset'ution *
a dropped in to-day to say he needed the Hheinauer tt* Bros., who comes forth and teceiving the hearty congratulations of by the 1'iesideiit of Vhis Hoard.: L..
BANNER for the year 1S8'\ oiler a hl'l\tttif111Ia.t'tlrt'I'IH worth f 100 asa their many friends. 11('iilit: *, Slaughter-houses or butcher-pens) dailies or cow 1
------ -- prize to the nTother who presents tie The bride, dressed! in ream colored IK-UK' for vending milk, "shall not be. establislicd"' } or operated
Mr. Fret! Weilie, the jeweler, took a best! looking baby at the :.semi-; 'Tropical cashmere and silk, and wearing, a Ixxjuetot S within the limits flf a city or town nor elsewhere \lnll'HtIlrol''rJ
run up to Jaiksoinihe and St Augustine Imposition.:: Fond, loving, doting mothers orange blossoms, was most sweetly in licensed! bj this Hoard. '"
on busmen. *and returned yestenUy. He who always |is>H.SOSS the dearest teresting. The groom in the regulationsuit )
nays the touriBtsaro not crowdi.i each sweetest, handsomest tooh)', |ootsey," of tJroaolt'l"th and white tie, Io.kt'tltit'lltly Iti'M-{ i II. AllY householder in whose! dwelling them\ shall

other much in those\ .favored citiib.A ill the world, now is your opportunity' ..\ \ happy over the fair (lower behead (Mvnr a case: of cholcia." yellow fever diphtheria I i t snulil-)pox .1;
-- -- ---' livery: motlwr in Marion t'OlIllly is expected won. or other lecogni/ed contagions disease. .shall immediately notify
i petition is in circulation among! our to b"' present with a pledge ofatfettion \\'e give below the names and costumes this lioaid or of its anthori/ed
any agents .of the
local militia asking lioxernor Flemingto to her leige |lord, in the form ofa of tin persons present : sjime, .
and I until t i instruction* are received front
appoint Major Lancaster Adjutant- dimple chinned, rosv cheeked, laughing Miss :Maiy Bo"h'art'I cream dress, same' source" ':
General of the State in place of Mr.Lang eyed, curtsy headed', baby boy or pink ribhe tug and lloerwith\ W. K.Stewman shall not penult any clothing or other )property" that may .t
the present, incumbent.Mr. girl. i ; :Miss Alue Y 4I1I'11t.re'jUIl\ have been exposed to infection to be removed) from such .

: Kirby-Uriner-may-be small in It Falls. lij the \\'.>' lilo. dress, lacv. trinnningk: with Mr. II. (i. house ; nor .shall any ot'cnpant of .sin'h duelling lesido elsewhere ", -
) Miss I LizzieNew111a11wite'tresswith
statue, but when it i-omes to running a Dansby ; without consent! of tins t hoard
The Ocali l> Press hick has beengreeting lace and ribbon\ trimmings-with
fruit Luit Kti.i. I 1'J. l "
first-clasi! confectionaryand ; Ilxcrj I'h.xsician' who shall be called to attend
W. :MISH\ Jane
our "itizens every morning( for Mr. A. Yongue ; Yongue,
>foIS the he assumes trade. Hi the: mind largest\is proportionsin active, hisjudgment the past month will be dis<'ontmue
good: and his. splendid :stock: after to-morrow morning's IKKUC" While white'> (.lo"t'tH-\\itli Mr. W. Kandall! vious rule, .shall at once report such easy to this Hoard: for .
it must be evident to Among the most" Hot huh. ihaperonoc instrnctioiiH in t thereto
.and line trade attest all of these\ facts. any one louversai regard ; and whenever there duill '
>t with ()''ala's nes.vappr wants, that iiHtumes\ at the !hall were the following : under the observation of l
-- -- -- come \ ; tiny I'itysiciall.so !
Father IIi<'K, than whom there is no two dailies small though they. he, could I :Mrs K P. liagard, black satin dress, "
of ..ml'ld fever, measles, ( fexei': I i
more devoted lover or ardent admirer of not exist in this community, (etix-ciallv! crunon sash 1a. wind ('lowl'rl1r.; : .., (;i. (4 phoid' diphtlierin, ilvsVntory' ,
Florida and her unmalfd climate and if their life defended) on the patronage: Keddic\ \ blow "silk and laic ; Mis. J. U. ccicbio meningitis or other dangerous disease, an' will .Kiti-tfy i ; ;
'r soil, hall the 'tiuest garden in the city of of the pe ipleX'e regret that our esteemed \- Williams. blue serge, satin and ribbons ; him that an epidemic thereul'exists, or that them is local t'
Ucalaor'the county of Marion. With neighbor! and editorial contemporary :Mrs. (d. N harry, black cashmere, white cause! therefor, he shall! promptly' icpoit' thu innj to this
him it H a labor of love, and work done ', Milton F Hood, Ks that spirit' is alwavs well done. confront the fact by ]K.rsunal experience.We roil ribbons Miss I Mary Waldo\ ,
in .... !Ili :No or thing liable
hope and trust no such ha |>os/ it"ility brown silk, imdescent bead! trimmings person to )propagate' a contagious ;
-- of fate as has overtaken the Ocala hotly/ Miss Annie Waldo, blue silk, cord ornaments or infectious disease, shall! be biought: into (this.. county .

sirs. niece:M. Greenfield Miss M. Cohen and her, paid accomplished our- fees awalU lU elder week) brother, ; Miss Dixie Tongue) navy blue except' by the consent and under, the direction of this, Hoaid: ,

otticea nltaantiit, thin morning!, and! the Mari'M Free I'rrtu, as thiN county diagonal cloth ; Miss !>Hutlord green flanitclMisaSalieltovIaare and when it "shall, come. to the knowledge of an>' citi/en that -
needs and will amply' ."ll'l'ort' a tlrstclaHS ; : rt'Y combination
DANNKReubscnbern. dangeious or thing has been .
enrolled their names an : person HI / into
Journal 'h the Peen has suit Miss Mttthews Jitflit
su< an weekly' ;
Thanks Wei..h every wiseBarry this county, such citizen: }haxingthe\ 1 knowledge then-of shall
become under the able editorial! In'utays- nuns veiling, waU-rcxl silk ; MIM :
woman in Ocala wa similarly impressedwith ment of Mr. Milton F. 11.,1. light) !blur cashmere, cream lace, immediatelx I give notice thereof to this", Hoard!! with the locution
the need of our little daily ribl oD Irimminursand blush, rose's. There ( thereof and all particulars' attending such intiodnction. +

U(\'. C. B. Wilmer the 1 beloved rector silver springs I'ark. are many others. we would like to men- KIJ.K 1 11. No )11'rsnn having a contagioiiH 01 infectious/ they 4
We ) Jack Frost .
aj..ram'i.litt lion lint toibids
weie by (
Church delivered avery space tsise shall be removes] fiom one to another
Grace ,
of E"il4OOloal within
| this
this week.Mr. :Miss Clark, :Mrs I/jiigh! Mrs HOI and! ItH'C'
interesting! and instructive lectureto L. Stevens, while on a visit to his other ladies graced! the cM4'(.sion with cnuiitv. except by jivrniiswioii and the direction of tliiri.Hoard 1
the friends and student of Glenn- villa last or its properly' apHinted
Had week sit out some elegant orange their pnseme. | agents
Mary the College space'we ycotertlaaftt'rnoon/ would publish' the lecture trees on the grounds fronting the Dancing continued) until a late! hour. Un.K{ 15. Persons'" with an infectious\ or uintagioiiH/ distise"' I
we hou '\e. Fit: looked hive to eyes spake and all articles to infection
.. for the benefit of our readerb. exposed' theiefitmi. tthall IMMIIIjuciliately
Mr.I D. L. Simmon has jiiit completedthe ) again," an tins
setting out of |>?a< h, tear and othervarieties ." n." persons mu attending t
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.. f'ol."T. W. Harris, the irrepressible i of trees on hut grounds.: Orange I'hysU'ian, nurse and spiritual!\ adviser shall be allowed no
t proprietor of the Unck' City 1'nnting I tree will txjon be plauted! by Lim.Mr. 1;11-1xnr llouixi and hut fur (Sule. l't4+14. t.

Cum ,any ,'' has tackled the strawberry I A, Wallaif, wife and four children l.8I-t half of lot n: 1, 'aidwell's additionto Hi..I.K; lo.( \'all"'nhl frost any infectious( or contagious
problem: and is said to have the t finest I armed last week from < iloucester, Ocala ; one a.re'lIltd, in fruit trees disease! and their attendants, shall not >t.<. allowed to leave
patch in town Well, the Denial: :, S. J", and after a tact at Hotel Marion ami line house' of MIX rooms ; 'iue'Itt'r, their until! they haxebecn
premises' )
nun is entitled to all the straw! I took up their jx-rrnanent residence in Two IotA in Aouthwctit corner of lot :.5J ; properly dininfected and
can raise, anti pure rich cream of the gentle their dwelling on Tract 17V. variety of line nursery trees for sale on their clothing subjected to Ixiilmg water or to air }heated to
thoroughbred Jersey cow thrown in. Lumber has been hauled J fur a houseon \I..lytoHt'\HlIt'Jtn.: hit[ jl.tj] iiVl( degieen+ Fahielilieit. N

Hn (penial neighbor, Dr. L F. Greer, also. lot, block 4M, owned by Mr. T. Wilson ----- Kt-l.K: 17. Vessels"' ; bedding, and other' articled) used by t'erjonshavinga -

has a very tine patch of New York to.lIlHII'"ti.: +.\ ..: contngiona or infectious disease", shall Ixj thoroughly
Mr A. Madge has also ,planted out KM)
' Paisley has returned to Ocala andreopened ) orange! tree un ]lo art of his tract BY; QnntJ OK AN, rXWITION pciL'EI) treated with approved disinfectants" under directionof ,
Dr hisdentaloltice.' Educated; in Mrs Franklin Barr of 1'hiladelphu, ) .tl<- -' c mm of thanes K Grle.. ths; Hoar1 or iKftiojwl, as ordered by this.. Hoard] or it.
Juatkw cribs I'CCMt the schools of dentistry and medicine, I and) lIOn, are on II.'i"it to the Misses in ttw snit /.f V. IL. I.7LI' egeb.t\ U. M IIKAKK Ul1thorilA'cl a (. ...ht.
with a prauual' experience of more than Kate! and Emma: Yong.U. on aDd J k; JOSKH, I bare ftvlKl ut-.n, end wUl, This in to certify that the fouling rules... of tho llonftlof

thirty years in It-ading cities, he feels 1-:. YOXUi': A, C ).. The Ocala I'lutn- Tliurkclay, February "Hi. HMO, health, fiom one to seventeen! I inclusive, were adopted by
warranted 1 in assuring tlie public rendei.of the bera. Call\ and! examine their tine Block In front of <- FU. Laid Hoard in session" this.. wxcnteeiith day of July', J8..,S,
bat trvue the profession an and' get g>xxl work at reasonable prices.d within legal b ,ur,of eat.! ell irkl'I I \ / ,:r T. T. OAKY i M,
Disease of the mouth and artificial Sldeclm for rub, &llofBlork No 41, la the town ofsll- D.M
dentures a IIllt'Cialt Orhce over Fi hd's verlna, H la, to Milnfr JudjcfiMMtl uud.,r Ittxneye Attest : Vnk) wtsiT.
Don't fall call and lieulaw, e. T WILLIAMS' K:, H. KiciiAKi{ >M.v
onWan2ydlm to
store in rear of Dr. Gary' get an oyster fry Hberlff M4noi t/oubtr.: n.jJ., ,
wtf at tbe (.'blra o. 30tf etnuirj 2, IIMW, -I I Sec'- and Treat(. r ,


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To tilt Ojpciilt; of the My <>fDrntorn Jflchont'. .................--.1...:.....I..........-..--.................... llheinaneI'SiSpeoial i'
of tit .Sub-Tropical EzjJaitioJ&. : I
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f. the Hwril of Trade and Citizen, Unitr i j

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i Hy unanimous! vote of the Hoard. of Directors AT
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Exposition> cjii are most cordially .
yr, I"t | ) : DR. DELOUEST,
I Sale
invited to be present on "Jackson-

xille's Day' Kebruar 1 II I, with an urgent .........:. ; .. ...:. .......;"....... -( \\'.:: T :SIDE: :'I l'A R&-
appeal Join with us in establishing a .. .. ..
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united Florida ; unity of purpose, : for the : I : : E. : 0('Ar6lI I i i t I FLORIDA

-- -- general North wt'tr\tt'South: with Last: no WentSineorelv sntion. ro .........!.......... ..I.."""" :i iI ...........:........i............i..........i.......... 3m 31-8$
F. E. HARRIS Editor no ", no t.llt1 --01'flRESSGOODS-
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OCALA FLA. FKHKUAItY ,', 188.). Immc.EV.. WIISII1:! --- -- .

-The far-1In11.- -city- --of Damascus no I'ncidcnt. I IT0: THE::: : pr.gr..11: :;: S. R. BIRDSEY & CO.

bound up with memories of antiquity, Barnes'' Harvey. TO THOSE WHO WOLLI LIKE TO BECLSTOMUtS I ,

and no Oriental in all its character! ICH, Editor liannrr.We / : 9. -0- r1

gas.'is to hate street cars and lie1: lighted with the white, neighbors of "Jim," It: :has: : ::come. ::to:our. :notice::that.a::number. :of, I

====== =.= were |erfcctlv astonished to read. of his Wholesale & Retail
There hag just t l"een consecrate I in conviction. It is not right for an innocent i :: :""Housewives::: :: j _

Philadelphia! of the deaf.a Hum It is:: u far,u ,Hint hp exclusiveuse and only whereforeecannot man to be. imprisoned remain silent for years wh..nhy : :::::::::::Dwtlre! :to:take:advantage:of our: ::::::::::: 1 I 1 ---DELEK3ISHanhvarci --

place of worship in this rountry, if not a word in his behalf, perhaps, years i IMMENSE STOCK OF GROCERIES 1 Ii 1'i I Ladies' Fine Broadcloth I '

in the ,,world that is managed entirely by of misery will tie prevent ', not only to ......."........... ,.. .."".." ................ ..... I II El a > ( Groceries
leaf mutes.' Jim, who I is 'proud and I honest, but to his i I Hut do not think we deliver them we themI !

good, humble wife and<<1 ten or twelve i ..................""..announce..that........".............. SO .
TheJAlvy county Itmn; is stimnz up dependent children. I He I is unpopularwith HE WILL DELIVER ALL GROCERIES 'i ii 54 inches wide, -0-
the goo(l |eop1e of Iwy to exhibit at the! c lured population' ) of Sparr because i :
.. our Exposition.] I.t'vy1111\ Marion are he. I is the only one of their niim- !i UouRht! from:us, to:: !.j part::of::the:city,::withI'ltOM1'TNESM I Ii j OCALA, I I I I FJ.ORinv3m 31-sS
e neighbors! ; a part of f<.O'yVa.'I once a )bewho has the courage to vote with the DISl'ATCII' S S"oifGrpcefy'"jSpartmenfI 80c.f 90c. and $1.
part of Marion, and Levy should hy all Democrats) and, he never hesitates! i : : :AN: .' : .. I --- _----
means be among our exhibitors. (through )) to report those of his I.:
race who fear the law. :.::; ; ::::: j Worth from S1.7,1 to 82.2

Governor Heed in an open| letter Jim and his father wets tenants of II! /n ehnrgt of:? il:::OA TEH,: anti: ::nn Frame I I j
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Addressed to the Timrt-Unvm, !Nays: "I General Owen's for many years, and he "
: agree\ with the proposition, that all who I willingly) trusted them with from ten to I t ITS. !f"EAChLLttCX"... .! : VAKIEjy" II \

favor protection to home industry are twelve thousand dollars a >ear. When !I I =:: ..has:Almost become. ... ::: :: I
practically Republicans' and to be coneintont I asked he did'nt fear losing the aanol'nt
nhould act with the Republican. he would laughingly reply : "No, I only Household : WordIBENJAMIN ALL WOOL FisfleI's

party." wish all of my while debtors werc. ashonest' .......-.....,,,............................:......._............... I IlL F! 's
TIlt (iarj's (hits untruthful ac- 1 1 j i I COLORED HENRIETTA
In a recent legal action. it transpired! in cuserH) had to be forgiven their enor ,

v evidence that the inventor of the metal lI1ou811t"Ms. and continue to get pardonfor : : : : ::f & .i::FOX: ;\
platen used to protect BOM! ants 'heels of more recent In.lt.Jtl'lnpl'VI.1! Dwlion-) ... 4O Inches wide,
boots from wear, cold upwardsof 12HX-) est negroes: have a perfect antipathy ft "
000 plates in l is iU.) and in ISS7 the number those of their race who are upright and j 1.i i i iI i
e; '. readied 143.mo.oOo.) prodiuine real- have the c-onh'dence of do buckra" ............ .... '............... Can l he found one of the
izd! profits of $2OtMMI.:! ) ( We Lil'JallwlI\ Harvey to be perfectly =... ::::: ::: 55c. .

innocent of the imputation of be. ..-..".=.lff..F.i I I--. ..".. ,

The relative rank of Bohton an an ing an incendiary. :I.--......-.........I......_.....,....,..!.....................-.- Best assorted [selected( and
American city in respect/ to small open WHITE NEIGHnoisIjcroy Worlli Sl.OO. ,
spaces as public hreatninu places is nee-
pnd only to Washington Huston ha1 I'aciH.
00 open "I'ft.6tM' < Washington 24( Philadelphia -----
has the largest ar1of park Our Kegula r CorrLipondvuco most desirable priced

I grounds, 2,491 acres, Boston 1,204, Chicago Mr. W. Knowles of Kansas City, Mo., TOS
H. P. l:AG I.I:
) M. I/nils 2131. with several lie ,
2,000 was us days owns alive Special Inducements in

--- acre orange.: tract with which he is ........Dealer In......... Stock of )
The McClenny Nentmtl says that Mr.( very much pleased. He says three hundred Dry Goods
j Henry W. (irady made the opening mllres8 dollars amid. not buy thin property) REAL ESTATE.
< at our IJxjtosltlon.: The St'nlill 1 is for which he only gave twenty-live. Mr. Ii
In error. That' service was (performed by Knowles: has instructed Mr Stcxkston! --1-- Our. Clothing and
Col. Merril, t the editor of the 7illlf,-L"lwn who is agent: for the company, to begin In the Clly.A '
....,...Improved and Unimproved........
and It wa an excellent oration. petting out an orange grove lie expectsto
d 31 tier 4 m
Jo'iorldlhM Gradyn in every town. All return shortly and I permanently settle LANDS. GROVES ETC.
they want in to IK brought out. in our midst.Mr. Shoe
Department ---- -
-- ---- Sharlow of Minnesota! is with us: -I-Iwtan
In a Kentucky town of 700; inhabitants and intends to make I
our promisingyoung
i it is tfated( that not a single baby city his home. I'AHK, FIOUIDA. ,
has been horn in thirteen vears. The
ulation of that town should\ immigrate lob"to Miss( Angela Middleton, of Omaha, fldwlm WatBlmaq
Florida. We have a single family in Nebraska, who bought ten acres of 1 lid e
this county with twentyeven children at Italians this place to' baa .sent on u family of C. Rliuinaiicr' 4T Bro'
and another with seventeen. Liberty improve it. They are nowIJIlIIlIn
cottage, and when it is comI'It'tf't
4. the Ibis name forlorn of reputation.A the town .in Kl'nt1'kv'ilh\ they will set out an orange: grove.Mr. GEORGIA McKAY, :!.nDSJ3: ; : 3? :i Ag JVl

I Kwest: of St. Louts Mo, will plant AKCHITKCT AND BUILDER ,
(, Catholic colonization society ban his five acre t tract in tobacco He has: [J2'J] r
been foruied at l'ittburir, 1'a, with" a seen his property, and 10 satuncd l he can DESIGNS AND E9TIMATISFurnlhheJ : '
1 capital block of (100,000) ( to establish tultivate the weed Nnccesy'ully.: ) Mr.Kwest JAS. T. LANCASTER, Complete Stock of
Catholic colonies in the South, engage in : is! a huller and is familiar with' on I'pllcattou- +
manufacturing, mining lumberingKto tobacco culture.Kvpottliloit. -oOrrlcdRLsinrscx -- 1
raising, and HO on. Tracts of suitable ---- .
: : : Orange and Sixth n
land will bo secured in northern (u'or. I : Notes.A LEADING maL ESTATE: DEALER. Gents' Furnishing
e giaanti Alaluunx. Florida should try and OCALA, FLORlC
j joint meeting of the Exceutlve'onrnatter
Industries: of three. good Catholics to start of the State Horticultural Stmetvmet 1J131 A nSNOWDKS -1-I Tj'

here.J with the otllcers of the SemiTropical OCALA FLORIDA Goods.
-- vestenlav afternoon, and completed -- --
J "Max O'Itell" the brilliant and observant all the tlt'taifur the leceptlon and t'n.tl'ft. dtrll; ,
French writer in hU hook entitled I
lnllll'nt of the members \
and their -- -- -- -- .,
r 4 'Jonathan and his Continent," friends :of the American I'otnological: : A MCFARL.INE, UEADY
nays that Mr. Uoht. G. Ingersoll is a per- Society, who will hold their annual 3IADU f
,, onality apart. That he has little in meeting) in Ocala, February :halt 2l tai.d -DCALBM i5-tALL -- WEIHELINE {
fr common with the rent of his country. 22nd. KINDS OF FURNITURE f
men except the title of"Colonel. Max( Tltu'nial secretary of the Semi CLOTHINGTailoring
? O'ltell is correct there-the title of Col. -0- i
'froj' t'al, J. O. Clarke, remarked that the -LlUD,; I\ TlIJorW -
e onel) is the common heritage.' of all mot noticeable feature of the gatheringwas ) Tiny INVITC: INXPCCTION or THEIR Cox: r LIT t
Americat.8. the unanimity of all present in concurring STOCK:! AND Low PBICH.
-- to all suggestions' positions 1m Sl-M j
Conscience, like "religion: ;" is man's plans submitted, and( the total absence or of Clock\.Jewelr I I Department Unex-
c c c c
strength and his weakness. Conscience the least sign i or intimation during the celled In Fits and Prices
p make cowards of ns all ; it 1 U the strong-\ 'b.110U. of of the commiUeemeu togo decSMmI.
siding champion which makes heroes of out and any?see 1wan around the Palace Drag\ Store' !
in all. Savages are cruel pirates are "
corner. I In all his varied experience.!,
cruel ; but they cannot I be an cruel as a thia fact was phenoiuinal\ l. and! his busy I. J. BROKAW,
cood man with a misguided conscience mind has not yet ceased wondering
n The most Ravage heart has some touch of I "how pitch a state of atfaiis could be." ---0- -. -0- i -
kindness left in it which nothing. ,
; lie honestly thinks it is a sure indicationof
6 can quite c.'Onllut'r-nothln but con the dawn of the millennium, BO much MARION COUNTY NUR. .
science. That can make a man as hard spoken of by certain a iptnumt. WHOLESALERetail Uepnlrlllg a Specialty.o SERYMAN. V-
an Alpine rock. 1\11 cold as Greenland 1 ice. .
Governor will be in Ocala
Fleming on
of the Inquisition sur- -1-
The torture rooms
20th and
February in of the
the cruelties of instinct! are f'int
compared paM with the cruelties of con state of which he Is the Chief Executive, I -iIc1Txt( ov WEST SIDE: or QUARxSuiSI.M)- OFFERS TO TilE PUBLIC FIXEj'LlNB:
will welcome the members of the American ; I Drugs I I
fidence.-Dr. J. F. Oarlt Pomologieal Socity. I I OF XUR.iERSTOCIOR.PE:

The State Horticultural Society, will VIXIfJ A 8PCIALITV.djan52tn .
The Manner Temper the llllzzarcUut give a premium of f200) to the best display -0-- W. W. CONDON'S
Kantian. 01 fruits, exclusively' their exhibits. -1-

HARTFORD, KANSAS Jan. 20. 'Ihe Exposition otlicials will app int a ALLIKIXIW OF- New\ Jewelry\ Store : ADDHEM, AnthonyjFla.
Editor Bannt '' committee to receive" the member of the
t United States 1'ouiological Society. Shines replete with everything in t
.J I send! one dollar for which renew my KxH| > tiou! season tickets\ are worth $5, OILS, HTATIOXiniY. TOILKTAND his line. Call and examinefor
,,, tiubscriptlon to the DANNKR, which expired family season tickets, each member, $J; ; LAND TITLES
on January llth 1880. 1 find I half price for children over six vearso yourself. !
t can not do without the MANNER, as I expect age ; ail1 admission 23 c.'t'nhl-chihlren Strings for Musical Instruments a -1-
to make Florida my future home. under 12 years of age 15 ceuts. FANCY ARTICLESIn Specialty.
Respectfully yours, The management. of the Serm-Tropica All Work on repair of Clock au.t'atch: THE BEACON & ADA3LSABSTRVCT
J. 3. WOUIAMCTH.Ileflerrecl in compliment to Marion cxiunty, have Complete Stock i! & ntl.Rhelnauor's.
appointed a commissioner to look after Old Stand. COMPAXT.VIBBB. i ii
Respectfully to Sir. ""m. .her. exhibits. ---0-- dseslm t

.Dehon.OCAIA -
FLA. Feb 2, 18S9. Fred Weihe, the jeweler not sells W. handle non. but the anent brands of cigars\ TRO p. GARY M : /S .
only Ktad'lU&r for WAll Paper sad (i6 rJ EditorBantr Please Inform lne1 if it U the Waterbury watch, but will repair
true that Governor Fleming called an them if they get out of order 2feb2t: WRIGHT A rilAZRH, RYIlCUM AND Ir&aIOl. -1-1

extra session of the Legislature without Rooms, .\ &(; -Block, OCtLtipr1 : .
aw a
consulting the Fellowship Farmers' Shoes have never been known as PVsuc S UAas : : : OCALA, Ft*, Ornct : : (kaLA'Ifocssa
first Alliance? I'MOEM*. cheap as those at M Fuhel's.! [31jOt] 3Jaml "' ."'1-Ye" 1..r'1 d3/an3m.nc_j&ol'14 FinrWaDteea.ea ,!111I IJ 'IIIGry. 0 0J"



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--This I'xpoMtion, incorporated under the laws of the State of 1'loridn, opened at-- 1 .


OCALA JARJON 1 i'1' FLOlll.IL\\ JANUARY 2 l t1L i '188. l''




Thi8 will be an Exp()..ition oiTomologiral: Horticultural and Agricultural products of Florida, and her soils, timbers, woods 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 Florida.
The United. States Experimental Station for impiovement} and 1 de\elopmeiit' of 1)I'Ot1lll'tl'in(1i t'nonl'to this section has\ been located. (,contiguous rusition grounds.tetrWe .
invite exhibits: of all descriptionparticularly' : those pertaining. to the arts mechanics! and agriculture, guaranteeing uniform courtesy to all exbil itorsir .



GEORGE ,, WILSON, President. \VM.: ( FOX Fiat Viee-1'residenl.' DR. II. KNIGHT, Second Vice-lMesldent
C. CAMPBELL, SR., General Manager. G. S. :MAYO\ Treasurer.! J. O. CLARKE, Secretary.Ocala .


,' 4 mnc fiIst National Bank 1ii IP-- Jlcrcliants'; National Ban \ i Anti Monolloly-THE-: [ DIM :1.

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N0.3470. .
--NO. 3.815.-- "'
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rw ...............-...... SUCCESSORS TO. THE: HANK OF OOAIIA. No Second Place

Paid Up Capital, r7 t, Authorized Capital, --I NCIlil'11Er1'lESS- J

I $50,000. 'Ii $150,000. CAPITA STOCK gnuuuu.OUs ) ) () I 01'' ,
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K.W.AOXF.\V.'re.. \V.II.COttIIV.I'r.>. Quality of Goods and Low Prices.
.................?'..... ........ar. 4 ...........-..... w vc .
-0noons :,
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Jso F UcxvVri i/c m. .JOBBI'':111fl t' 'A
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R. B. McCoSNELl., Cathirr. -0-
(l-o'&te ''AyMcINTYI: : CA crCJn.:: : : ;; 11 cal .

Grin f'j//JJ ettablishedin our new mat elf pint t Hank building/ we are prrjxtred guar. '
a SURPLUS 7,000.00 ante ititfuctioii'to all.JjtrallanHng,
( business Irarl'tl'tl. Kjrcliawjr/ bought, Ural told. -A roMi'i.irrK; ; LINEHARDWARE:- 1
One of the finest and best equippwl liankinir houses in the State owned! by the .
bank. We have special facilities for making llertion on all accessible j'..intH.We ..OK'-
will extend everyonrt -Hy and favor to our (customer! consistent with safe .
oanking,and hall give prompt and careful, attention to all business. entrusted to Utol BOARD OF IHItKCTOKH.:-- ? ;
We 80llclt your HANK ACCOUNTTandlall business In our line, and ;
guarantee entire satisfaction.
& TnulwrH Kntlonul Hank, Now York, N. Y.; J. C. I'EIUNE: :, I.. M. TIIAYER, SasliDoorsJliiils( s
outhern Bank of Georgia, Savannah. It. IS. MiCONNKI.L: ,

t& Special Correspondents in all important cities in the 1Vest.decD -AT- k J
:CRlu.rPO.\JRSTS:: ,

----- national I'arkRankof\ .''?,w York. MntmcK Aatwtnl>> H"itk tf llot Natit/nal flank of Amvjnn/i/i/ fjfnrgin.IjfttinilU I I IImI10M
H>,,ikiny Com/xiny, Is/mville, Ky J

THE MONTEZUMA nwKM'i .. ,;."..I.

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(it I M;in carry room U,* ii null f &lhl. 0111,10')time iimple room for Com- HANITAHY q.' [ [ Co t:' --
< tnercuii Tnotltr*. fH ronnu. .Vrw brisk Mak, awl new furniture.It .
t tl 2 J Musical Instruments !
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;' addl'elOll- C. L. BITTINOFR, 1'
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Ii HuMnvM Manager
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'"' Tho I'turnlx Club. ,
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This! splendid social organization will ,
give A ball in the Opera( 11 OUMt-, Tuesday .
q 4 night, and a grand time Inay hA l confidently \ / >:
They! are determined it shall urp",8" anyBlunlar
event in the history ui wcietygatlierines. / -
'; "h6 unly tiling the club han '-
'4 been unfortunate in, was in thinking .
.. that the Job'rintill rooms of Ocala '
j-Oh*eKsed' nothing! etiinciently rttcheitht o b -
Fri In the card or invitation line to do honorto .
their elegant entertainment, and HO /
Bent to Savannah, Ga.., to !get their ma
't terial and printing done. Result ; di8a|>- c ,
e mintment and di,, u"t. Knowing a8 e I
they now- do,that any ofthehotneotlucs! tJZ =::;
i could hate BUijlu-d\ | I the cards and executed -
a vastly superior piece of mechanical -
xi work, lint then its live and I learn
The editor of the DAILY BANNER Ways D .
their invitations are what in }printers
m, parlance in known as blacksmith work. L'p

Well Carpeted H =:

Yesterday Captain Thayer, the |polite
and attentive boniface of the incomparable
Ocala louse received a single\
roll of very mitwrior American Brussels .
carpet for his hotel that was 400 + )
feet long, weighed 1,50<) pounds! and took : j\ .'11's' '11,{ .,. = .
I twenty men to transfer it from the k
s, wagon to the building. Captain Thayer ,# O
P has had. some experience with hotel l .i
,yr' ; 't carpets but said this consignment i rolls
over all of them.

Israel Brown-, the--exclusive Ocala 1 L -1

IrOl'er1 has added to his stock a superior < '
line of crockery1 and chinaware. S
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Ca fnnh, requests the members of I
the Ocala pities to attend( the regular
i4 monthly business meeting to be held in =

', tho armory February 4th, at 7.30: p. m. o s:3::: -

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Latest styles of silks,in all new shades, + ; -u !
t. '
4; "'+*.for\ t evening. > (.droHKt. .t f I .* at M. .Fishel's i- ,'", 31J6t I I" 4r _. L-_". o .C::=> i

et '* The subject of Hev C. U. Wilmer's f'a .
lecture sterday. ana noon before the "II" o 'r
students of Olenn-Mary College! waR: o
"The sphere and,Education of Wonen.
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a if( )
S. Long Bilk nits t-M.( Fishel'g.! [31j6t] --- g
The lathe of the South: are coming to I
'f the front. At the meeting the medical .... .... -- -- -- : ;J;
society at St.Augustine the other day one .f.I TOWN .L .T..r
was enrolled l among the list of members ""rA""TOViNL.O"T '
and ha\e, Jieen elected directors i .
; tw.d jast Fun LOOK '
2P of a bank -in Atlanta, Ga. And, by the 't---( 4 ,
I way, if bank cashiers, of the male I persuasion 2500. !; 2500. .2 -

continue to go wrolllC, It would .......................................... ...... .. ................ ... .-. .. .......
.. ; bet a\!good ilea] to,tyve these' peaces) to ----- ----- -- ------ ------ : Q r.

:wbrnen exclusifelv. ...... .. ... .. ... o.ffi ,\

ti''t gow.ns A tine at M.-line Flshel's.-of--drew-_--good[SljOt for )tea .-....:.PI.-.1HI! .........;...(Ol'TKK.................l.................IS..........T...OPEN........................ ,. ,i FOR. ...................rfl..................lri'y..TIj.ys.i'......-.........----........-....-.".)-....1--LY1p......-......_ ..._: )- \!,I'.

The Red l Grocry, Magnolia street, is --. "

a'' the place to buy 11. AAiiiARUH your groceries., Proprietor. The first in the field New Semi-Tropic.il addition to the City of Ocala I Amlerbon's new addition ,; ; ,

; d31dtclm adjoins the Semi-Tropical KxK| >sitiou grounds. Three hundred lots now offered at 825 each, for thirty days ------ "

i only. The l property' is elevated and overlooks the city. South .street i is now being graded to the property. .
3 The Cleary ban. are is realty up and to take the all"iohte tickets Captain for- The proposed "dummy line" when completed, will add 100 per cent. to the value of every lot. Lots can be I -

a those who may wish to see the exhibit paid for on the installment! plan, desired. No commissions, no agents ; buy direct from owner. The editor
at the Semt-Tropieal. of the UANNKK will select lot for nun.r *iden *. "(Jet in on the ground lloor." Plat can be seen at office of Ocala News} Depot I
H. L. Anderson or address II. L. Anderson! Lock Uox 125, Ocalu, Fla. t:

! Clothing: for gents at great bargains at
j % :\ Flshel's. [3Ijrt]
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#7A, Taylor, the melt( man. hat disjKwed! of

i ,.a 3 .hinbusuiftti\ )t.r.to lh U1 1 *F.aehal genial fas.Magnolia! \', trt<:"t.inercbant U R RIGHT I THE OCALA HOUSE.. LARGEST STOCK

;" Twenty-one-meal ticket for f7, at the In seeking to get the best i\lllllllost ----1---- --AVD-_ .
trey ; Chicago., ... .1 j for
lUi'k oysters l la any quantity at Co- Jour money11t'T Lowest Prices !
The Hotel of the
burn a Chicago rentaurant. 30t f Leading Citg
A Of any Store:;In Southern Floridao .
['or Halts ,
Or exchange for an orange grove, I. DODD ISRAEL I
to : .(---Aau- : : OCALA, FLA.
an extra line bied tttalllon. four years old (
4, next May.> AVpLv' to J. IMO. Cotton> R U RIGHT 3m E1.Bp :

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e In your selection of a trading place? ,. I. -

You My you tradesith E. B. RICH'ARGSONTU ,
Repainted I Inside and Out I
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i .,. KOWKLI/: ? 1

:' "": : FOLOW..1.::L i : -AND- Finest Livery In 1110 City

.w..L .. ..a....,...., .. -0LEADING j

w. h '" ......IN OOij'LETENE8S( AND..... SALES STABLE '
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1\Y aricty of Stock. ira JI-M .



==::- -- KOWELL'S i it> the place for the --1--I -
Nashl- e lime the IOOIIt'Iaxurtout
Hood=&: Beet and the Cheu].et.! He toqwppe4 dental urine In apiojntmen the! and belt
FOK TKWMS Arrtr TOI : : : L. M. THAYKR, MNasa.. lIotb membE-n 0' the Puts 0' rOrtd: a
has the only Shoe Store qrof..looaUr. n. IIrmhorowrblT prellArt"
;;:;j.. to call & Inrpset public ftItI taUJ tnY1ted
Ptbllo Ocala Fla.
J Old eland Square OCA LA, -IIIFLOIUUA. their otLree In
1-J1-N in Marion County. tmSl-as. itmMss t1&New. Merchanti' SatlC1ftal IS 4Janlm Rant IhUld1 rooaa nR,t Ocela and 7''(
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