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: February 23, 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: UF00048734:00148
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TIIH LIKI: its M\KII: IUINSIKN : ; The liar AMNIH'lutlon llan'I|uct at ( Will Itullmk OIt'I.I..1\ \ 1 I up to him And 1 '

f ; iurnun.: the Ocala (House*. r''Clu''I''tt'l.hi.1)' )) tor<'spi>nd to the IniHl, ,: '
nORIDR Our siting' Mntlirrn" said' Will. .: .
GOLDEN GROWN This all of yesterday
Our I'oinolotflcal PrlC"nlh'hlt the ass )t'ialil)1.l't'1 iiuildn't loot him as ho ha* bought to) "
disatssing'he question] of I the milifuatioti nun, ''i wild mountain voo'' of hi'" inNift ,1
i (troves nl Cllra anti Pall l>ovnanil of the laws of the' State of 1"lot.da \ \ irgina to .iii.In "Florida' to 1", '
orwlilp Thoni..,Seelug I. lie in w' huh I\hol\l all of t the La>ling! tin'niUTS 'iorn' \'">ii slioiikd have seem the expression of.
j 11t".tll f.-Con\ lilloii How Ituiin In l"lrtie'll'lth'l1. Judge, ulrl'onalhy's of iiiuntHiiaiiiT of the Wild
:I Every: Heart. resolution<< requesting. i the Ix'gi'Oaturo I tn i :Mountaineer of the raging i Kiuawli.i: ,

...4 'ePrescut, InduMliilile Evidence; of Her 1 rill! ispnlcd The otwervatiou tram of tour parlor appoint most' tminent H commit, h'l\rtlt'llaUtI tie of three iinliHtnoii of the, I, whin withorcesltr.1l t..rncy'.uu. snob'hwz far" tilled inirt. wine his glass 1\1111

toadies placed at the IUtlllI| >sal of our lawyers'ifthe Mato to reviM'the statutes the airy "III\"IUlli"ll'lIlk ,1 t ,17..1 l
; I j i 1\ go : ,f Title a si lie Home ;ami MNittiit! .!! |i'ulllololit 1 friends" the kindneM of the saint1 reform in thud. I sip of lilt' "aIlH''t.. \\illl..t ho nadir ,
"'" ..', and t'1NOMiltlf Manam Sherman nation is sadly' nt't'tlt'tll\l wo lui .t th imagine the rest of (lie ,tt..y." It wa a
y j'" 'o.:. ," ---- ( ---- I Conant of the }'. s. U R, lo- them interests' of all of the .p.>opU, of Hori I genuine lurk for the attormvs at that
,. I to visit t'ltra and the world! renownedgrovts will U- IIlIh..rn"d.hr siuh services a- t'cotnmittte end/ of the table\ t
QUEEN OF THE CITRUS FAMILY I of Florida on Orange Lake, w ,re iiuluiUetlonld and vvoi i
't\i' well tilled with pleased, and lighted jierform Hotel I Arrivals
: fright neirsPrompt The eleition of otfii-ors rt"ulte l in 01 AU II C II'".., hit V.1!-j.J ('. Ix'non,
;l. 't' AWARDED TO THE !}' at 1'30 p. m Conductor OIlartgraveg installing those of last j year. Judge Minnie, Iml, ; .1 I I. O tltrko city J. A.
4:4.: FURlOAFffUITGfOWER5A55DCJATONFowTne) ? ] rang the boll and the train Ashbof (mhufville, presutint ; Chl\4. Hams, (lira; H I.. Arnol.f. Mlvrr t
1 FINEST moved oil under barge of .H. A. Ford, O. Hampton, of dainisvillf I hvrrtary Sjiring. Park; .HMr. I 1.. liiilinrdsou.: New' '
i9- ; master of t transportation, with Colonel and Col. lward; Bulger; Outln.treui! lurk; I.. J. Uvati, Svramst., N: Y; FMiUalf E
: : CITRUS DISPLAY Elliott and President Wil>on as "l'on"I' urer At half i past nine in th eveningthe and wife, Carolina. 'U I I.; I IITinkham :.
AT tat Oiklawn wax soon brought: to vit'W. numbers convened! i in the 'iwirlors of and wife. ( 'lIrlllilll1, H.r.I : 11. '1'.
G :1'(n !' NW ORLEANS EXPOSITION the beautiful home "f Mr Wilson, and the O KaU llouxo, and, headed ti> I'resi onnard, Kntiling., Pa ; V. L. lln|>''on,
: shortly after MO halted at the' 100 aero denthb}', ninrilunl into the dining Itisburg! ; I1, K. lair Orange Citv ; II.
resent orange rove, the' propertv of A. hall, where ample justice was don un rad.iiiuutv; Ainu (diillith (sty, F
1:0.: Kells, W 15 Lilldlll'1.1. Stewart elegant menu such as onl*' the chief of O.J Simpson, Boanhnin; Mrs HU"IullIlillj.tollj 4
r I : # and W. E. 'Iiinner Hire the vitizens of the' Ocala House |'alet \knows lint : .\ : ; J. Uoutlinlgi, I rmtlaml Park;
(ilia met the rl airy of observation ; to prepare and tempt ami tukled l tho N. K. Mavirs"' !"anUlIlItII. (da; 1:. U. }
among them Mesnrs. Ki'lK Harris dot. ,mast t taxtidious epKtire :iualwi111"I: 'I' Trail rd, Mul.inl; Mr I W. 1 J. l;'I ghton, r
I land. Hil'llaop.Iatht'wl': Ihinn, \\hile, lx MMMI the \'IrlllllI'Hllr"I'4, was .social! llarrv igliton l : 'lj\k<. \\iir; J. Iroop,
V,. 1 ElIIM: and W'e'koll'alHI others, and that of a very pleaHjtnt nature; and (ho I Lilavitte, 1ml, 1'. I E; Kendil. .h. J. Antrews -
WORLDS IHDUSTR11lL i S itON 111 several houra' about ti.\t 0. acres! of tnagnituent moisture and aroma of tempting| i f\It'r-: :, (levdand, Ol.M ; J. F. UalkerMdntosh .
.v native> budded) (tearing groves man 10 diipate. the l\"I14'rllll''IUI.1 un I I I !' Fla.; n. It \\iirner.b. C
? CENTir9NIA I I, were pa:w-id! and! illl'll''e'I..I. I 'HH.IIII tukling M'ii "111.Iii that is won WllrllI'r1.: L. l'cclcrew' York' IjoiiUSaloMliin
At t tin Harris and, Hivliop. Hovl A. <.u<' I the epls'glotus 1\1 jll"l| MU'h Atlanta, tin ; J. 0. Su'nticc,
EXP0317IOK "ta .j .)' i'OIn"aO14 inainnmth onuiwe forest, \t l'n.ilt'ntlCh; h"M right sal tlIII\'M'1 f I Maims, (iii., :Mr. and"! Mrs J. 1 It. l>mkaI \ -
.a novel Imll"'J"'rtJ\tloll"' ] awaited! theta in Williams, (>ne of 'Iallahasste's bright amt,I Ieleitrual I I: I I.'w, I ilwin: :-:petnt. i int.
the form of train am, h 'ati'd with HHtaiiih legal light): who tillid to |" MONIH./IMA:' Ild'lhl: Ft.h. -''_',-W. .h.
I polistud. Mild luxurious' gum 'ratIhese te<'tion, the role of oust( mi'ter lii ) I 1.1'4"1111'11., :N. \.; Will iiiliui.. 'k. t nv' ; u. N.
I wete exdusivelv" for t the lams .i L.;. Mllkr, of (Oiab. ns'' |>ouied, In i illarly Kuiihing: /silver t S|1'1'MIIX.S): I"h.; Mins l Jennie
t ,. .. about t\\t'lItv-fiv" of 'whom monstrati'd : bar of I hloiiii i'' in a most t'U"'rI I S avs, Daili City ; :N. lUno, Crystal:
that, they could ,'atIIol (ruit of the tai11ing. and ilist mitt Iye addnsn 1 .! part ol Uiver ; K I.. Andirson\ city ; d. It I ). Clif. ,t,
go THE FOREGOING CUTS A UK A 1'.I' CS I JIll,l': OFMAO wore bifutfated! (>.irnieiitslule! tin the' lien t Governor of I lorula, den, I :Nashville, 'l"t'lIlI. i I',; I Kithev, Birmingham

rHE XI MC EXT COLD Mi:DAL A. "{'. ..H/-' ladies! went t t0;I1Jli III: a 1I.I..ho'. i iting throiigl I rral Jackson's hits as a jiul igr in (tho Ala.; W.1.... 1. Mm.re, M 1. li. More,
J ; the grovi t It' men tilt a<'ross, lots. early days of 18.'S. I (;11 a", B Hill, EUIIIJ": ; IK. \\i'llu'rl>e t,, '
t ED TO Tin snwitioitiry I''LO11'IIl"l' The (tiKH,( ) iMixen of golden" fruit that Pn>sldent! Wilson" of tilt':-:emi. l'ropitt Martin 1 ranus Jlearou, iladelphia, wt
O1t11XGIsS(111(1 ('iTli1'N1'l'Ul'1WOFEIi, "bang\ like apples, of gold in the lovely In halfof thatiiiiiunainilnginstitutio'i \ I'M.; I'( C.'i'hurlll'aldv) John, L larnuy, 1
dark olive foliage of trees, and as I they 1I111,1t a happy} nstMiise, whlt" ) Pity att.' Lake Weir ; h o'. A. J\fIIl"ur, Panasolfkee' ,
Tin: ,rOlllJ/'S COMIITITOIS himked! them and drank the sweet net- lito} IOft't'n, in trie. absinteof .Mavor 1.,11. /'itOWI'rMtlallt..", (Ia.; L:. K. Wilson ,
)( : 1 r, their admiration aiul wonder (fairly) Gary, fully sustained his growing reputation Floral lily ; John Blarton, hush!
-AT-- overcome I those w 'ho had never witnessed a* a |I' t I'ranlliallilli-ullCt.: nell ; A. L. Willston, ({Tainty \\ It.
siuh an I interesting, inspiring and im- "The pnss" was" left in a sad plightfor' takeley, I nusvillu ; II. C.. IhompKon
t: 1.r-ssiva' and convincing realistic pittnre a little previous to the tune when .; litoi Jackson, 'l'-nu.; (t. U I Sinister: li. (J. g
THE NEW ORLEANS WORLDS EXPOSITION. as dazzled their isions! The party' were Harris was to soar the Fourth (.stale' Dunn, Citra' Fla.I..IVkiutot.ditllOutha' ; t
litteiall inptured\ and es|>erlative fairly agle I bird, Ins l'III1"'it'IIt'I", i wan suddenly Ha) .; J. ntledtfe, Jruitland, 1 Fla.; T. M.
\ entillated 1 the Htmospliere.The minded that& his dear balms hail not Richard and wife, Candler. Ha; 11. HAlls +
THEY SPEAI FOR THEMSELVES and TIIK F.UTSAKE thirlv foot trunk of an immense" kissed their fond papa} g I.II.I'lIii-hl: and spear, haltalioochtte, I-Ia.! 'rtUN, 1
INDISPUTABLE.A h ckofalHI the grape vine that coversa one of them stood sadly in tiled of 1 ogt and wife, I Dunnellon, Fin and lrt
dukedom. in thi Harris grove, and the inothi'r's soothing syrup and hit incontinently others
-' forty foot in cirnimfrreni-fl giant live slolasl( and to sooth Ye lomlsaid
oak in the Bikhop, HotA Co( grove', always, made his .stomath yearn with .\thmtle'", t Ocala III Hen. 4

Genuine Triumph and a Glorious Heritage to the paralyzed those. he) had a very small gratitude to e.lahly l reciprocal on hap) Yon are ItIlJwlltll< 1 to attend I special .

Climate, Soil and Fruit of tin State. estimate of the wool growing: properties and festive occasions like the Hue t1\\ trill Momlay, February\ L Ftli, 730p; min .
of our soil discussion Fatigiiii uniform d A. NUll "
--- ------ The CitraittM were disappointed betanse Judge..: Ahhby. who wan laboring cider Captain.Iuw .
the visitors, did not come todayfor throat declined
Church Soth-C"N. a.l'ry sole making
BUDGET OF HOME NEWS Presbyterian ,hunk, Uev W II. ((.tot- them M stall fed Herford and a drove extende.lremarks. on the State Bar Association II.,. \
----- wall, 1"\I' L L. BITTING KR, (Ity hdllorQo ; -. 11 a. in and 7 p. in. hubject for the \ on the liarbecued' gastronomic and labor on this part of I ho same organ Mr O. W \\'&UtuDCAKSIH :
-- ------ -- mommy! : flit Christian a man of one altar. izationH in other hlati-s.roiild; : aicomjilmhgreat -'I IJlII\Kht..unltHI the. Iowa .
4' and box of 5-cent We could write all day bnt cries
Sander get a Robert A. Iturfonl in
c to spare : good a
i idea" Evening! : "The Serpent in the nl-lan,1 l hay, and) take pltM/iure t
for |1Mr halt. \\alalrillllnne in t hearty willever in .'..th dirwiI (
happy mat
cigars( __ ___ Hades manner, a s|' that 1 was I with it and thin '
and will advertise pleased ,
forget, they is taking in the .
JohnMillholland : It excellent for horami and ialttaK '
-l Services III the Baptist church at 1045: grand sight they saw with their last ex- were IYDonymoulIlt'rrnll. The' truths *'
Jacksonville .
eub-tropiaat) sermon by the' pastor -Uh:; ecu: "TIletCfl.t Airing breath ,rtwwrd ,, I I: W. (laxaN.
: eilectuallv fur every one j r s 'nt .
found W.
Will Im at I K Agnew'H.I1 .
A glorious: day for e\'pryonf'-fluch air of true ultation. Evening: how basely they (the' legal profession)
'.. and sunshine M only Florida can pro service at 7:30: : The Danger of Rejecting Sacred Concert at the Hemt-Tropl- had been \lied 1 aliout soul the stunning *mi era Head
the Divine \dtnonition cal To-morrow Afternoon.
e duce. Mtrrh...... :'The Silver Trump" ........ llainnaOT reputation hu brethren enjoyed for The Chattanooga' Chill:'' *! Plows am
.-.. ....'. ......... .. monumental alkali erectors, wan entirely! i most enviable
Wilkinson of Palatka delegate J. A. Harding. Evangelist: of Win. .rtur*. I) vo Mr. W. B in Cornet .HWM! hey .................Bfnt foreign to them and "that the reputationthe among all the planters of the South fortheir "
). to the y. P C. E. 8., dropped in to cheater' Ky., 1I11'ft'adl Agnew's hall w. t UIU.... lawyers so universally enjoyed, I belongs .
howdy. on Sunday at 11 a. m., and at 7 p. in. The Helectlon......... ."My |in- in'............... A. tUrnfriitrotte I the sii|>urior constrnctKin, durability
say meetings will" bo continued of evenings ( ......... _The lx>trvra' Dr*.m"........, .(Jury to journalistic fraternity. and the adniirablH manner they are e
..... .... When' brother Harris reads. this lookout
invitation U.pbOD.lOlo. _.... "Old roils at Horn ; doing their work On exhibition at the
fair daughter were represented at 7 m., indefinitely
p. T. J HLANAI AN it will be coffie. and! pistols for two,
9 at the exposition yesterday, in H extended to all. ififtlc...............Air RellileJGa.saeoa anrithe result will be a badly winged, sVinl-Troplcal\ Uxn: | >Mition. Mr Butler,
LaCounte.: their popular agent, will take great |*ln*
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of Mi*
the-person The will take and
concert placeat con brilliant member ol the (Ocala bar
Morning services at the Episcopalchurch to slow you their uttriU.. Mr. A. K.llelouinil :.
c for at thee tinue until o'clock p. m. Let everybody: Judge igif, in mioiiHtt, toM in a very
,, Twentr-: <>ne.mt'al ticket 17, Matthew vi, xu and xlii. 'There. is local agenr I ;
Chicago. 30tf : fore take no thought, saving what shallwe attend enjoyable IU.&UIII'r IKIM' his .ideas Judge __
eat ? or what shall we drink' or, Ashby. got him into making a rourth of Mr. Wallace !Stovnll has purchased the
Citrus county hunters brought In wherewithal shall we be clothed? For This office returns thanks to Mr Joe July oration and when tie got through Sumterville 1\mn, and has gone to takod.arlf8
'f' seven deer yesterday and Hold the carcases after all these things do the dentilw Hostellerof( South Lake Weir, Mount every northerner in the audience believed of "same. Our t test wishes go with
to P 11. Dukes, Ocala market se*'k. For your Heavenly lather !Hope Vineyard, far a bottle of his excellent him to have been horn on Plymouth the rising young journalist
I ii knoweth that' yd* have need of aU these light grape wine which the boysin Rock 1L1I.1 1 era.lied in ranuelllall) ,
Prof. Fofikett and Rev C. B. Wilmfr thing Hut seek first the Kingdom. the office say is su|>erb. Mr II. WM MI) Itl'Or (ooWlly oratorically had! he Our nei hlsjr W Jones came near
tendered Miss Phillip", sister of Mrs of Uo l and His righteousness ye and all the former partner of )Ir. Jacques palnU-d. the national skits) and thrillml' meeting his' death the other night by a Lp
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Richards, a delightful morning musicale.Mrs. l the e things shall be ad ed I unto you. behtmn, deceased:' who wan the founder the Union heart. stray bullet tired in a brawl near his d
In the evening the Rev. M. Booth of of the br-eaent wonderful and magnificent Mr. Hamlyn, of DeLand, reform) 'houie by sjme colored |eople.. ouch
Milton Brr| of Sparr station, Minnesota, willlrt'ach. Mount Hope Nursery, the pride of every son of Blackstone t t.y telling how work should bestoppml and quickly too '
p was In town" yesterday taking in the ex- of its owner and the admiration of all Daniel Welmtur paid the National debt,

J08I! on. and..u delighted with what H4\I. W. M Poa th..av. -- Florida who colored! 1 Weir, made the BANMU a pleasant call ..
erly pastor of the Methodist church In < in wa a
W Davis of
one Supt -
Payne'sreally Jilluti hires of
toiiay the
1,1 General Ackerjy! of J. T. A: JW.., wriin tin place, will preach in this church at capable and Intelligent: colored woman. Buckeye "!
have forwarded loads ,
the city yesterday In bin' private car 10-4): a. m. This evening the I'alltor.ltev. teachers of the Orange Lake ixhool. Col! Edward I Badger was loudly called Nursery, \ ear
and took a look at the magnificent display .11. Lev, will begin a.'als'o f discourse made us a pleasant" tall this mornim- for, but owing to the earliness of the of more nurerr to follow. to 'ullfornla, with four r ,f

I at the Semi-Tropical on the thecae, "Our foundations," discussed and showed us samples' of school "w"> morning! he graciously declined Ibm
I l under \anou$ beads, as ''The dyne by bis pupils; especially! II. cloned) the proceedin of a most enjoyable Mrs.I Julia ht. llomner, of lerre Haute,
the former ** "feast of and (flow I l
M. Poage popular
W evening's
Rev. Family, "Schools "Our government, in 1 reason
drawfnr physical geography aid U Ind. arrived t I last Ihurndar night, and U '
or th<'
of the Methodmt' church "Our churcr Ac Ac. These the Of soul"! long to ij remembered ny all
I pastor ido a" mart of Florida were dent very timely, her first visit t lo ;;he Land of
city, come up from 0"1 yesterdaand foundations of human society should tie and are worthy of much credit. The present Flowers. Mr*. II represents ones / the
is shaking hands with' his many well guarded, lot' "If the foundations I* specimens. will be pUced on exhibition Judge McCooathy rrpresenUvl/ the lire l leading |papers| of her city, and her 1m-
friend __ destroyed what shall the righteous do. t in the colored Auxiliary department of JV M, while between him and Lawyer i previous of (h ala and Marion county, .
Preaching at 7:15 m .Seat free. In &nche>, of Gainesville, a conspiracy was
Mr F Fenis. of the Sanford Journal p. the exposition Mails received his education which are of lie moat pltwuunt and, favorable ,
accompanied by )Ir. F. .* Gehring.of order teat the congregation without at the Athens1 (da.,) City high uccttttfully tarried. out of thoroughly. kind, will get due mention. 4
Ohio, a brother of the tyjo- confusion tho*- coming early will please school and is a hardworking and successful combing theNayiMwduutlofbiiiOl: ic hirsutM
Cincinnati. fill the front of poinolo.MHl;: from West Virginia, who
craft wen in the city yesterday taking up teacher As this !great increase in my buamwndeiMtnd
----- -- I in a happy frame of mind, wandered Into
will! ot
wore capital'
die1naa.e a
in the bemiTropicalapuin Four coach?* of happy Poiu ,''>gmU ano The Extoditlon company will .not the dining hall, and at night of the half InU-re-t in name to a Hiiiuble per ,

4% M. L. Finch, of New York, 'riends took in the Ilomo ou.a obt-erva- have Sunday night ronmls' benuae they eastern. imagined It wsi a cor>' iuracy. Onthe wjn.one with some exlerirneu| In the
and former popular clerk of the Ocala hop tram this moiuing. Wo noticed of will conflict with the ciiurch rrvice, j last of his brethrenof the ArneruinPomological eeil trade or Floral) nursery! basiaeM
House, returned last evening to view O'-aliana lion. Jno. 1' Donn and wife, I bot every Sunday afternoon from 2;30 to So .ely, to enjoy private or both, pn>f.,rre l. Apply to
Marion county powe. .'. as, Major Martin and wife li .\. Uarforc4 4:3O-a special second rrogramme "will banquet without inviting him, and (to Jf. ll. KTTOK,
hit goodly and wife, Tom Colcock and wife and )IL. resent stub teak
our soft sunshine be arrayed Every Thursday night a impertinence, a SiHsi Siorn. north side public
and enjoy Zeigler, Miss EfTa: Sells and her mother, concert and ball 1 will be given seat next Judge McConathy: sad Ibfeb litEighteen square,
Mr* Parry. of Parry, >. Y.. a young chaperoned by Editor rank nUN, who The military ball will be given in the opposite Mr hanchei, and in a
1 lady of exceedingly exuberant spirits, will tell all the good time bad in Mon exposition building little while, (by their gentle plylijgs J : room hotel for sale! or leaseon
delighted the PomologuU yesterday by day's -little daily Col. hlllott bad of the essence of tbe grapes) was happier Florida southern Railroad on north
giving them a muaical' ( singing general supervision of the train wbile Don't all to call and get an oyster fry than a born lonl with 1160,1X01( a side of Lake Weir' Address, R I* Martin -
them at the Ocala House.n conductor King palled the bell cord. at the Chicago sotf year, bo supremely Joyful, that whfen Weir Park, )'1a. ZtdC"b22wleb:8 i

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Bryant, of near Mlewild, Withlachoorhee ( WOULD LIKE TO Be : Terms $2:50: per day. Reasonable
river, in. In towntlif achuh I.
'lug :' : I DRESS GOODS !
exposition dlflplay.n. ...-.......-....:.-.............-. I Ii f Rates by Week or Month.
notice that a number of
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"\ 11.lawyer William of Kentucky at one time, and)n at prominent the ( { (( : ::::::: ves"'::::: j. Add ros Cftjtt.* IP. It. 7aylor,

milted time of suicide his death by in taking I ake: mnniv morphine., com-: at j :::::::::::!: : : !advantage of our.-: :::::=: '! ___ 'tanager,

4. Tavaros, yentenlay. I ,! '' : : i OF OCERIES I Rate J1V: ) &n.113 per day

I ; ...... ................ i Fine Broadcloth Opon All Year
Mr. Vaughn, of the Orlando Sentinel. \ ; we deliver them : Ne(tiara-i

thinks that "if Major Fairbanks, the : ; ; I i i ..............that.... .................._... !:
president, the Florida Press Auwx-ia* ; ; ; ; 1 ALL GROCERIES ; 50 and 45 inches wide,
.' tion, would call the meeting. of the prem I j ; ;, :; ; : .of the .:.wliti ;
any. part.. city
: .
Jacksonville on March 1, and let it I be ; I
known that an excursion: would be made, i & ; i ;; I ANt> DISPATCH; : t I II. 80c., 90c. and $1. atBIlIanlIAl11 \
from there to Washington if Mti fac'I' I I : I t P
transportation) arrangement" could! In ; : : : ; > t : : :( Department p. f )! ::: i
+ made, he thinks he would act in accordance : ) : Worth from S1.7.oj to S2.i3r;
'" with the wlnluft of a largo majority ; : I 1! a A TE.1. nredt no Prate I
: :.. I a :
of the editorial fraternity of the (State. ; i : : '.: ; Ari;: VARIETY'. lIJ1rJI13JJIJ
r With a little quick work, thin in not too :
; !
;: late yet." If there is any potability ofgoing : 1: I ; :almost.. .become,::... : I II ALL WOOL ---

c r the 8ull to f'f\tlrO.Washington We,would we strongly like: to favor wit f I [ .h2.t !L I Word. ij!I I A Complete Stock of

ness the inaugural ceremonies.The COLORED HENRIETTA
", : :... :.. i,. ,..i ,

I done in appointing what Governor it was den.of expected New Oilman Hampshire he Maraton) would,has do of ( \ I(: ; I .i. : : J.: MTN )i& :C{ FOX.l j;. 40 Itches wide, Gents' Furnishing g

; Exeter to rucceed William K. Chandler, : i ; i i i i

. as United States Senator for the brief In- .............. ........... Goods.
terral which i n. UHt elapse l before the : = .1 55c.
legislature comes together in June. ; .1. F.
The and to appointee the State.in a Den credit Marat to theGovernor on) is well ; | : ... ...... ...U- .._.J --- ---

advanced in I hwin* now in hiM 78th, I Worlli READY MADE
It'ar''i Sl.OO.
year, but bo a very vigorous mars '
and his intellectual cvliber is a vast ini- t ... CLOTHINGTailoring
nrovement over anything that New : : i i :
Hampshire has sent to the Senate of lateyears. I ....M...................__, .. _'M'" I
The above is endorsed by 1'ro- '
lessor Tucker, who ban known deneralMarvton .. riXKIDA. i!
for 47.yearn. I'rof. Tucker h... ( I and'MeHl'Bak'r'.f"iiro.., \i Special Inducements in Department Unex-
lived in the South for 30 yearn and now one of our most honored citizen*' ) i'iiN )iPR Vj.; L "i.fiii:'' j i dec31. VRfc
I t( "- -- -
fret to SftUtrt. Full Intor-; I Our Clothing and
At the close of the war, the bout l> ? 21Ieb2t TLEAD
had but wrecks and ruins. to build njioii. I I I I : i t ) : "" -_"' : M i '
It hud fought as desperately| an ever pe-o Nrt1l.'i"I'
pie fought In tilt world' history, snit on ", ,

r t given the field its treasure had tiered and defeat.I Hi Holdiern It had'*H I I ..............M................................ Shoe Department II L ::=NEVER' "FOLLOW" i i

: ., field: were !bare and coHent were t'1II1'.Yi; ) : .
t till Southern blood *tain*>d many a field t I" : REDUCTION; ::::; I --

and meant: rhalra told for the tt or -> 1 l'' ...... ................ ......... ... ... Sty rnNPrFTBNS9fi11SD.....
,.' ;'i''T'I"' I' :! MI,, ninny: a SoHthem, hot. ff I ... ..... .... .................. .. ... I 1
It hml' --ll.1: all UI'"HI tin- '* >,KI' l"1 rl t. : ( 1 : r( H !101a! / lIel't & 11I'O.' ? '
I I' \\lkioo.ly one w.i i" '
r u''i. 'ii if : I, OF) STOCK \ 'ShiEHoodE&EashE
Ui,, :'out hi could bit ug) victory out ..t tli. in/ let of
feat, and that wan to develop tier. inr .. ....................... )
f' : ..... IJ-
dtiHtrial Her H>litical *
reHourceH. Mtite
| pr !u 1 '"' ---- -- -- -
: () ) ; *j
she could no longer control : AT
( gone; ;
IK \nt.
WANT \; in the nmncils of the nation, slavery AND 1JKLOW COST.
I wan ended forever and the' slave of yesterday I I : .!... .!: :

( was today. the tlClUal| of IUM ui Mh : .-...............- '.-.....-. -Drug Line- ,
,. tar at the |lshls ; would the South his : -- --
the witdotii t" accept' the invvlUtblH ai I 11 : i o- I! Irlnru'" and, Public Square, oats, FU"
build up in material wealth? For awhile -o--

the issue was doubt' fuh Hut the South / ..................................W_...
is now growing rich; therein lie he. : TIlE PLACE TO FIND THEMis S. R. BIRDSEY&COe

: victory and her future tlttt'lI/th. In this t t 1 I : AT- .
k i is shown her innate htlrui'4l11.o'II"Kt.. she \ I ,
gave much and lost; and then she wax 11.1. DR. DELOUEST ----0_ k
;' robbed. From the't ry lowest depth of I'' 1 I i i
'"': poverty tiLe \i. building her ntructure of Wholesale & Retail tDEALEIt..t
' wealth. The foundations are laid deep I -(1'ET( StnK: ;Qt''Rt-
jI. j--!
is all the enduring will be the -- : IN_
structure and that more.in built thereon. :.............-...............--.... OCAI I i i i r i FLoRiDA

.. x Alabama The following Want i a a Part purl of of 1'lurlda.k the pro-. \ I.j : ::. : : 's.r; | ..- --- -- ----- 3m 81-M Hanhvarc i ft' Grams/'

ttwdinu of the Alabama Legislature : I l ......................-.....-.... ... .... _
resulted by the general Atm-rablr of Ala -THEHews-- -0
., t1:1.\: thallUoiiuTCCUV tt! I* and he to hereby 1 j : : : : : FLORIDA;
authorlMd to appoint three (ouiuuilwiou to ....._._._.._.... .............. OCALA, I I FLORiD&
negotiate with the iJorernor of the state of Hort- 3mlltPalace -
da tot tae aiui :i&tlon to the stale of Alabama 1 c1r.Jt Doala Depot !I
. I of that portion of*'l'rWa lying ww" of tbe Chat:
'. t Ub further, that hforv any atl.in c Miceniln thevMhm .
or nncsatlon of nald knitury shall br << < DIMWHOLESALED I Store t !
conuMf I: rod Anal and tluUiuir, 011 wild Mate, It -THK-; -0--- <
I4.UIlCltubwUw.' to and raubed by the! benera'
of IhU Stat and approved by the i o
A emblr In tito
. court of the United sutra; n..ol ed ru.ther, that : ( City
time auditor ew..s and duvet I..s tijr lee or LARGEST STOCK ----0- _
den of lb.Oovvruor lo draw a warrant ajtalmt -
,;.J any mosey In Lbe treanury nut otbcrwlw apj>n>- '
to defray the ei|"'nsce Incurred In coneS f LI..ES STAllLh
S SrtaUst the said txtpitUltoua. Kefxrivd! to theM --ANDLowest --
M. Judiciary OixiiiiilUvw-- : -'looN, .
&-.'. High Water In Mouth Florida ( CONDON'S -SANDRetail -

, The folio wing is from the Jacksonville Ot>nj "to"ln' ; Snutharo Flnrtdv I
tt'O/lOli4 : ---0- Drugs I

.. Mr. B. K. Oak. a bo ba boen niakitif a tour of \ Jewelry\ Store
( the wNUheriiouuiiUealutbelui>rt t uf the bub- ISRAKU : : OC.I.Fl..A -0-
Tropical ha n>&unll'cll.t the city, I I
w and irportathath* nervritw au entire aectluut with everything in Sm 1101" -ALL KINDS or-.
.tt r a r tier ai thlt, and aieT rliody di>wu there has Call and examine OILS
,oouT nl nt brMit-laudliuci at their door*. The STATIOXI ItY. TOILETAND
trucker gather their v 'KtabU.* with eyOt-r yourself. I. J. BROKAW,
touin. One trucker but ail* acre cabbage btsl ( Instruments
aSpecialty. -
four feet beueath the "arCal"of the water. Hy- -I- -
ron MTI for local UI<|<>H country, It I* "ike .:
1 but at a fur float FANCY
be ever aaw couulrp pelt of Ctoct aa .. it ba no raaal on the coutiiMOt. THE MARION COUNTY NURSERYMAN. -
A 'I Ue rain have converted rUuleU' tutu rivvtt '
, aud jouO*Into voeana. I : : Old Stand.. Complete Stock I
., Yet M low aa the lauds of r )utb Florida -1-I
I are, they art higher than Jaclnwu- .I U. ---0_
5' 5 till' M the St. John river: rates there : :: OmCEi TO TilE PtJBLIO FIXK UIC1or
and flows northward to Jacksoaville. H.1"ao.tl., anus bat the bee bl"&l1c1e
: xc&sKar OTOCK- a!RAPS lOr w',1P of ctn'" t I
If the waters continues to rise, our fair amiD sl'tdlior. Paper and 6.rdea teed,
be inuadated. Urother YETES' A 8PCLAJJTT.
metropolis may \VRIGIIT ;dt
A Garb .(pock OCALA. FHAZKU
e Carter bad better keep caucxM la bin I -1-I
.,* .
t' Im Florida
II' I I lt>wtsI0aaa .
\. > sanctum e : djaaia wlul0.a-I7| 4Janl52m ADDEIJS, Anthony F'v' j jI I : : t OCAU, FLA1" *
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For further Itir.niiiHllon AI'I.I| | M nitlre or "
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to L C..I. Itl1TL: a.R,
COO ) 1 Huelne's Nanaler, .
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tf : ''t Jl K YO.NMK.V: CJ., TinT (kala I'hsm.
,, ... 'ill: mvl 'Clunillt4 ihi' flnind "Itwlt, ;'j
tJ.I ''' eel, 11,1; | work at rex<."na"1. j'ritvsrtl ,1 J
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'! = The luu'M Alllt "t'I<1 \\nru-iy of niitiie 1
trw% fur t the li'Ht in 'n"-v, In IM, h.ul of I +
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I. r--- I'ur Niklc. 0 +
I rT (Ono (flrw 1 IVvuiiNlnrucoM, ul>*.) one new tft
: ,t'.nbte surrey. I IrfilcM! Mvlo' On< new '"
; .. top, niilu lair htiiTu'v ; i \r llonicu
'I( .-..-..-...-.- Joluirton Mpind'' I >n, ..\ ivio wllt'el l lriHul
0 earl, H-| ." .our well\ inatrlusl I, ,
iiutliiini "iZI"I1II1111ot iniilort/ and! H v >raltto
yl' : xrvllent very low [II ices for cnnli. Iv HMIT( .
: O lfehl2td IJvery S alt, Iotab't': '
I' $
llnrl'n Ocklawnlin ..
...; ItlvcrMoajntr Stennten
tkllt'1II'1 11"'.,, <:"pl.| N. A.
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t I'lward&Ievr'sI'alttka: l
forSilviTS" |rinp, ,<
(\( :Monilayx, Wolm-mltuM 111..1) < Vi ; # i RIO> :i() a. in, on Hrrivtlof( train I front St.
H-l .\1I tmtint1; rt'l urn i intilviu' '/ SI: i UTSpriiijtiitit
j P i) a. n,., alter arrival of train from
/ Ocala, I'to., '1'111..1/1)/4./ / TliurHilayn ami
I ,1- "hlr.laYH. wM..b2mTh. ,,

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.* Koit Inx-i'ry, Magnolia! street!, i.!
t tli(> place to boy vonr ttriH-eru'i. .

r_ II. /4\t HAitiAx. I'roptielor.'i
.1 I :Ill.l.'clni\
Itr c C.:::>

o }'" lont you rail on "\ the! i im ler.

MibidoyHt \ t

!hulk' TH in any quantity at O). r
hort/Ml'hiln'zon.iN'trnnr.'' | 3itf)
............ 1

::> the take Homo plramiro I'roilnclN.in ttivinit Hie nnu .'" '
of (lie 1.lon..1 l frtrmerw of Orantfe Si trim
:... who! lltrnnlh :Mr. KiKHknaro' .lil'll'lIyllll l ( y
o till priMluctH of tlioHuilund HIP t'\'I""I\I'| +
of their lutliirttry and thrift : ;'atvin

UIHlCilllIlIl' pine land corn ; Kluy: Colo, ''
O ; t excellfiil {Miaci ixirilinl *Ipi l vtniyarjV.I .
1--- J. A. I'/lHt. corn from pine IlInt!.
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l J ()'* ""C' tin) LvdloH'uUil: iir watdi at
'Jj \V.MI'H.|. dfoMtdNot .

.... I Iliul Kind til I'onli-w. d
UJWEIHE = "" Jl Ir. J. \\'. IVarMon. deMiri I '<4th t "' puMioto ,
.f'A r. WLO.T. I ;: know' that the.
LOTJ i"'''mi' < III It's 'lornalo
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an not tin''Idick. km.i, ,hal arN
; ) {! yon ; LO 0 K. Yon : m'4-n on till' hired 11 f <<< >< .da. \n\'in/ IlieirridtrM

,- -, \.I I i :. I the irand I |HHIIIII' iv t, in H *ndintf
$25.00. 2500. } I Ilicni tlitoiiv'li the air Iikex !

rl ..i............................................................ .i................... ...................-............ Tim kind flU wlln nr diwInirifiMlrocLct. :M mntlHuHiloviM ;
---- ---- --- ----- - -- .
-.1.1 and Marmntcti Hound of limb
...... and wind. '
... fi-M.1
:'II'r IS..OI4l4'J[: .H IS.wOI'EN( ) : .f+FOH) TH.YY! ; ::"Ij'yr:; ;'. .oS) :
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Schedule of the S. S. O. & O. R R.

-- The first !in the field New Semi-Tropical addition to the City of Ocala I Anllen< HiU
adjoins the Hem i-Tropical Exposition ground. Tlirwj" hundred Iota now oilml at $25 each for thirty days KfturnliiK! 4.1.for....Uunnrllnu..w..w..-, ......_ 9/6.11)l' L r.. M.r.
only. Tho property w elevated and overlook the city. South street ii it now being graded to tho property. l IA-are(>< ala! ff>r IlonM.taaw'al..............- 6.X: r. M.

The proj>OHtHl! "dummy line," when completed will ucla KX per cent to the value of every lot. Lot can \he 1'. C. rt I'. R. R. (Old 1'. R. &: N. Line.)

+f -LEA 09.13,111 E-- paid for on the installment plan, ifdea rt..l. No com missions" no agents ; buy direct from owner. Tho t'Clitnr Schedule '

of the BANNER will select lots for non-residents. "Get in on the ground floor" Plat can he Moon at ollico of ;Night [xmiKinifor, north *""""<..._......10.44 r. M.
L. Anderson addrms, II. Andernon. Lock Box 1 25 Ocala Fla. Mxht t.NUMlix.,"iMUb '.."UI.1.2.U _.
II. .. .
: or 1 t'nol"hl ........m........_.____1.4.\_ __ .4..... _...
\\\attili\ t ll CloCK. Jcwcl\' \' i -- I'"TH Hot Y.

,1, ITHE HiiKor .rrl<<." "la I O cala I ............__ ".07 .. M.
/ Fair Trade OCALA HOUSE.The : ,. ..._...._..11.11) r. M.Ujbt .
...._....-., L1A a. ...
Canon'.. hall.. uml.........w....._ 1.41 r. r.
LINEI0 DEFIES nortb t.I/Uu.l...-....._...__ LAt r. M'
--I-- JOHN H. f*it, .
L'p Town TU (ft Alfen&:
The K. S. R. R Time Table -
Leading Hotel of the -
a Specialty. City. IOU H I4UNQ
We don't: bare to watch the wrttbvr rtporu.Me +
don't: have to eelectout gouda la the tube, or 1'If'ramN: J!! ( ('N..._..... ... 10M r. If.N. ,
dark of the moon .. .w..........._ ..(*>, M.
-0r.ocATEn YrPlrbt.. N .. .._._. ".60 4. r. n r1
----AN I to
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-{ ovVwr!' SIDE OF SQUARE)- SnowDon't Floods HOBTHi IIOVND.

$mSJ. UNSURPASSED IN APPOINTMENTS TO ANY IN TJIK STATE! f'r! am 0 < In I : (V*.!..._......_...._ 7,111.M.P. 1
Don't rr o. b. .. :, .. ::::- ::=.w..1t20: : M. r
I II 9 64
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LAND TITLES I I1 ..._._.-UOftA.: M.

-1-i Scare FrightenUs. I SNO\VIKN: .t McFAKLANK:,

THE BEACON & ADAMS|| Us. Repainted Inside and Out !IIAND | -KCALIM IK-
ABSTRACT 003llPA f.1 .
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plACE 70 JET TilE FA 14 KOmc Rain1Hail Tuir.. ;innn itirccriot or Till' I'Ollnnl )
Don't' Don'tRattle I L Imtl-M
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OCALA HOC** ----I,
Hurt OWKOK: : McKAY;


( DRS.& H. & J. C. PERI N E, Us. DDUOYI I / AND' IplTIMATYIIIrurabbed i i I

Resident Dentists. W\\'HJ'v HYOoTT ? I
on. Apt>llctlooOmcBRaHDUfci _
1 I KDCIU TJ' :X\TIO OCALA FLORIDA. IbeouHBMIH loot rVntopU = Poi Tun* :APTI.T 1rr\ : : : J L U. TIIAYER, Ilteraau. ;; JO
Teeth 9111 andpreMrred. are t *w eat barf uu Nothing : : o range andl'UaUa.! .
All brtnrlM of dentUtry. or fold the crowd kbu tndes wlU > V V .t
crowned with pomUla OCALA FLOUI1IA4
UeU. Artiflel4ltK RooW fJ'OIQ ODe concb loG alWf"", OCA LA, FLORU:
IHrteily ftn 0 .
loom' rowoKa ana.&I.n..t .. :
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. t f Bargains, in Real Estate.

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This Company owns the OCALA HOUSE PROPERTY and 5,000 ACRES; OF LAND

adjoining the City of Ocala, known as the WEST END," which .

has been divided into lots of 40xlOO ft. ; also, :.* .-..
v -- 1

jN. five and ten acre tracts for orange gr9ves."M



Yk For $100 you will receive ONE SHARE of The Ocala Company's stock and TEN LOTS 40x100 ft.


The share of stock entitles you to an interest in all the property-belonging

r' to The Ocala Company. "

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Never was so good and safe investment offered in this State.

1 Maps and full particulars obtained at our office in Ocala House Block.

THAYER, HAISLEY & CO., Agts. Ocala Co. J



For the next 60 days we offer the following bargainsin order to induce people

to visit or send a representative, that the world at large may be convinced that an

;. opportunity to make a safe and profitable investment is offered.

240 Acres of rat-clans land lying three miles south of City on Orange Avenue. ___
60 acres set in orange trees fiomone to thirty years old; about 50) acres of hardwood ....
timber,and the balance under cultivation in get eral! farming. For the pant
year t thin land has yielded as follows:
a Old bearing orange tret on an average of eighteen boxes to the tree and fifty
trees to the acre. Planted three barrels white potatoes per acre, using: one ton ... '
+.. of fertilizer, which cost $40; planting and cultivating name four times cost |17. ..
An avetage vigil,t is ten to one,or thirty barrels per acre,and will sell in Northern ,f.
market from $5 to{15 per barrel. Cabbage,tomatoes, cucumbers and other vegetables ..
pay eoually as well. Any one can make a living at general farming 84 the
land) will yield from 25 to 40 bushels of (corn 30 bushels of oats or rye, 60 buKht'18., ., '
of |*anuta,one bale of long: staple cotton per acre and more sweet potatoes than :
.,' any other county.!
Price$20,000'; one-third caah balance one to four years,secured by mortgageand
., drawing 8 per cent, interest annually. Or will sell in lots'to: trait purchasers.
K'-O Acres of good I hammock land lying five miles south of Ocala Has some
.r.' native Orange trees on It. Price 12.50 per acre. Very cheap.
40 Acres under j good fence" eight of it net in Orange trees, twelve acres hard !
wood forest, balance at present BOWed in oats with a good barn for storing the
crop Situated" four and one-half miles from City, on Hyde Park and Pinedale ", _
avenues. Only one and one-quarter miles from the thriving shipping station of I 1 '
4 Santos. Pretty building site and a good neighborhood Price $3,200: ; one-half I
rash, balance one year, if defclred,at 8 per cent, interest.
!80< Acres of hammock land, partly I within one and one-quarter
','+ miles of calla city limits. F. C. A P. R.R.running through the land Price f50 '" + \ '
, per acre. 'I
Also NO Acres adjoining the above, being;;heavilv timbered and rich soil. Price I
fan( I per acre. Will sell any portion of either. It U a rare chance to get such j .;:
property near the city
3d" Acres of high rolling pine laud l hinin: Cotton Plant district,about 17 miles .-
K, from Ocala, within two uulen of po totft<'e. Price $2 per acre, one third cash, balance ..
.,+ .' one!and two years at (i |HT cent interest. Will sell all or any portion. It is
':'.!R: iudffd iheap. ..;
r r'" I US) I Acrrsof hammock 1 Und lying on the northwest side of the head of the '
.ft '; I loins(a-wa river the t S S.O A U,K. It. divides one 80-acre tract Price$ )peracre. '
',. Well\ worth 12) at present.
r A 10".acre grove in the city limits.,, considered' one of the most valuable orange
grove in the State. It (is beautifully Iott'\tllkl. and the, entire grove is piped so that
every tree can be watered in case there' should ha a dry season., Small cottage, *.17'
*.-. good barn, pcklnt house,wtc. !Price $27,000 oWl '
>ii> Grove of 5 to 50 acres, plantation of 1(10acres( to a whole section,and thousands! -
nf acre of tine timbered land. II" th, hurl wx oI l and yellow pine. Prices of ; ,
.. -- -- lands w ithout orange trees range from fl.!.') t.t > f 100( per acre. M .
,' Orange. O roves are worth from f250:! ( to $2Ol1U per acre tr
e ( We also have some improved' )' property and shall 1 lj plea**! to forward
w circular* wild-details to any one requesting u* to do ear
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