The Ocala banner
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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: March 16, 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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BUDGET OF HOME NEWS POLK COUNTY DAY. would cot be a single woman in that Arrival at Our Hotcln. CITY & COUNTY ''

fair land in six months, so eagerly and OCALA Hot'!'&, March 15,-8. D. MeConnell 1 \

c. L. BITTINGER,CI\, EdItor. A Beautiful Day the Citizens earnestly would they be sought after, and city; B. F. Lelber, N. Y: W. C. DIRECTORY.

PolkCounty-A Good Delegation passionately woed ami gallantly won. Cberle C I.. Eherle and wife, German.town CITY OFFICERS
Go to Banders' and get a box of 5-cent Is Present To? the brave and gallant men and fair i'a; Miss Ella Miller Philadelphia; ,
cigars for |1. ladles of Polk the BANNKR expresses the Clewsom and wife, Tounton. Maw; C'It'rt-tl.Maror-Dr.A.Thou.Rullook.i'. Gary

Don't fail Yesterday was Polk County day at the warmest words of commendation for her IL:B. Johnson' New York; G. W. Hetton MArtlhall4all..
to attend the auction tf Exposition and a goodly number of her enterprise and congratnlalea them on and wife, Tallahassee; C. II. Baird, city; CQII: ,,<, -F. P. Uadnon.ir .

14 Y" don't call progressive, wide-awake, energetic and he honors acheiveu in the splendid T. H. Walker, New York.; A. H. Buell, u1Irt'r-R......_ -D. F.. .R.Mclfff.Snowdon.Prvsldvnt .
( < you on "Y" the jeweler. pushing representative people from Fort exhibits! they have made at the SemiTropical Atlanta, Ga.; K. Buell, Memphis'; 11.' os- of('ouncU-Jno. F. Dunn.

S __ d&febtd Mead, Homeland. Auburndale ind Bar- and our best wishes will always sack,jr., New YorkjC.: L. Whitney and Hoard of Al.tcrraen-J. F. Diian. ,.F.. W. Agnew.G.,
J. John \. Rowrlk. t: U Root, If
T. Lancaster
We are having beautiful weather. tow were to represent their attend them. wife Brooklyn, Mass; Miss A. G Kimball smith, ii. 11. (handler.. Urowu and W. U. Marbaiiitary -
county and fittingly celebrate the event. Banker Page, of Bartow, will\ accept Haverhill Maw F. M. Evenlall, 'b )
Henrf Griner, of Moss Bluff, was in The display of flowers) was certainly thanks for courtesies tendered and infor- Waldo; T. K. Taylor, N. Y.; K. T. Bur- naf'e'torW. T. King
town to=.day. magnificent and the roses contributed by mation furnished. ton, Wilmington, N. C.: II. torll. N. Y.; COUNTY OFFICERS \ ,

Mr. K. II. and Mrs. Burr, of Da tow, J. B. Johnson, Brooksvllle Fla.; J. A. County Judge-Richard MrOonaihy.County ;J
The Florida Cottage is receiving concrete were lovely beyond description. They llllleboro Daft Solomons, Savannah, Ga.; I.cB. U rower Clerk--U. A. Miller.8herlffK. \

.I" pavement. were the rnarcnalneil variety'' and cap- Th* citizens of Plant City are to be rnd wife Philadelphia ; A. T. Decker Am mnr-,J.. T C.\\llllama Mathewt. ;',

Mr.J. L. Wiggins, of Orlando died tured the eye and ravished the scenes by congratulated: on the splendid turnout and wife, N. Y.; Mrs. A. Chamberlin C. Collcctor-II. T. Wanmann.; 'ltr- .
on their delicious and T. Mrs. N.Nicholsen II. Wadd- Treasurer It. Pyles.Suiwrtntendeat I ,
March 15thi perfume at eight, a exhibition made Callaway .. I
e was 52 years of age. and they Wednesday, of 1-ubllC III.trur\loll-'I. -t,
gentleman from Texas remarked to this '
which was Hillsboro Day at the Semi- Payne. Hemlntrton. '; '1Jte r.
Fresh fish and Homoausa oysters reporter that when he witnessed" the exquisite Tropical. Fully eventy-fi of the citizens MONTEZUMA HOTEL, March 15 -Mrs.' County l'ommlolont'rs-h. W. Lung W. 1'. <<
daily at Courtney's market. 5mchtdGo floral display, he could not credit of Plant City were numbered B. F. Perry, Mlra Maude Perry, Mrs. U.Hilliard Tram M. Ili Hou, K..11. 'iVrrln'p.. V ll- '
his believe that Florida could \ Fort Meade B. F. Perry, lIamlon.
senses, or : excursionists, while Tampa ; city; The County Commlwlonf meet) the first Monday
anc'Voe Maude such and beautiful Mowers. among W. B. McDullle Iowa T. H. McCallie
Atkinson, the produce grand contributed: abdut twenty-five more. ; In every month.
splendidid" popular little actress to- If correctly unformed MM. W. W. Wall Their display of fruits and vegetablesand and J.C.GrlfIlnChattanooga, Tenn; ltl'hollll"1&ftl-. Itarrl. !U T. Wartmann,

night. and Miss Matti Beach, of same city, are farm products was highly commend. G. S. Heron, St. Paul, Minnesota; \. B. M.8cho H. Moner.lUanl A.meets It. Srtmn.first Monday P. I* Uurteoe..In every month.
entitled as contributors to part of the : Wright and wife, Floral : Mrs. J.
consider that until
Marion able when we not Cltyj'
county has a new poet office II. BOARD OF HEALTH.
.honor that has come to these noble and did of Hillsboro's lighter[ Cynstrlanna, Ky; Conal- COUNTY
two '
Garkesville the Lake Fay neighbor, generous givers. citizens thin seriously any of being ly I cityJ: II. Sterling, Mt. Sterling Ky: ; I'rl"htrllt-tJr. T. P. Gary 7
hood. The exhibit of oranges was certainly represented J. McCloskey, Worcester, Masa.! ; II. B. Kw'fi'tary-Capt. K. B. KlcliaMmn.Memlicrt JM 111" w
at the Exposition. -Dr. 1>. A. fmlth, Anthony
The colored people Jacksonville had equal to any thing we have seen and the When we remem>er the trials, tribulations Hale, Hartford. Conn.; C. O. Taloutt, M.I'I.: Mom and D. Ii. Irrtn.
their day at the Sub-Tropical yesterday. variety of satin, nectar and kumquat, I and scourge through. which Plant Glastonburg, Conn.; C. W. Washburn, BOARD OF TRADE. ,

Their display is highly creditable. never equalled any where or at any time I City passed last spring and summer, Citra; C. J. Woods, Centerville, Ind.; O. rnwldent. .... Dunn.
1 in the history of pomology. We give such grit and spirit is entitled to our Hall, St. Louis Mo.; Oil. W. 10:. Gilmore, Vies l'ft'hlt'n\-n. A. \Uallier
Mr. John T. Harris, of Citra, came to the names of contributors: E. K. Gibbon Chillicothe. Ohio.; C. II. Brown, Athens, PecrttaryVu Fox
largest admiration and regardant! the iwtnl ovenron-A. I' MAn Jr. O. ..Rhetnior -
town :yesterday to pay his (100 for stock kumquat Uartow ; B. F. Holland, BANNER is not slow in proferrine same. O.; H. A. Nathans, Campville\ Fla.; J. II. }'r, Jno. F" Dunn. J. II. Uvlnnlon[ II. A.
taken in our Semi-Tropical, and cheer on satin oranges, Bartow. Tim tine quavas Editor Merrin, of the South FloiidaCVwrur Tatum, Bartow. \\eaibera. Wia. Fox and S. W. Moody.
the good work.Don't and mammoth grapefruit, contributedby BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIA-
who persistently and earnestly
The Flash Light Picture.
C. of the
Irving Page, manager Irving .
laboring through the columns of hispall
fail to attend the auction tf Page Fruit and Preserving Company, at- Editor Harris stays the novel and Interesting -
to build this section deserve
T Wilmer.
up 1'f'IIMllhe.
trated the attention of all witnessed in
Middle town is on a veritable boom. well of his people for the interest and scene the Opera Vice l.ft..hll'l1\-.d.! lIeI01I1"t.. .
F. N. Van of Bartow contributed Mousse last in the of 1'rt'ulIl't'r.-Inull Fox
a evening taking tho I't.t't.r and
houses in of time devoted to Plant contributions
Two new are now course nice lot of nectar oranges, also Mr. W. B. City's flashlight picture of the Maude Atkinson Ihiard "I lilrortor-. T. Kaiiciuter. Issue Stephens .
erection, under the supervision of arch- to Hillbboro's display, for he has I I. Brown, M. FhM" 'i. A. F. D lo\lM\,| II. V. 1Zacharias "
Van W. II. Pearce 8 H. and IS. H. in their
itect and builder, T. J. Flood, for the Page been in the front of the move, and madeit troupe stage continue, at the and K, A. Uurfurd. ?
Gulick of Bartow who contributed of the
a close performance was alone ) .1 I
Hon. Jno. G. Reardon. the success it has been. OCALA RIFLES.
beautiful line of satin skin oranges. A worth the price of admission to the C t>laln-
Our ex-Mayor John G. Keardon, baa fine exhibit of tangerines was displayedby Don't fail to attend the auction tf play.The. FluJ.lellwnlnH... B. MdV:>nn ll.Herond \
disposed of one of his middle town lots, James B. Crum, of Homeland, and work is done in the one hun- LU-uU-nant-r.. to:. WIlII&mLYortl 0

65x120 feet, for $1,600, to Mr. Nat Den- Isaac Whittaker, of same place Mrs Sale of Property dredth part of a second, and the flash is Memtwn.FIRE :
zler of Madison Fla. who will erect a Wm. Walker and Mrs. J. N. Hooker, twenty times stronger than an electric COMPANY.
The Carner Brothers of Lake Weir '
Cht of-T. D. iJitioanMir.Viininaii :
the fair f
Mr. Smith :
were among 1l'ers. light. Prof. Colb %
beautiful cottage for and embark ManrU-o Khflnaucr.Ktntt ;
.. in the cotton ginning occupancy business in Editor G.:A. K. Stevens, who bas late- ana Major Briggs, one oi tne wealthymen photographer, assisted) by the Professor, -- MiJ.t.nt- lotus Volk.Hwond .
of the blue of Ken-
ly come into control of the Bartow Coo,- grass region made a magnificent picture of the : anfUUtit-W.U. Wr halL I
Ocala. tucky, hare 320 acres of land group KTreury-J. IU Mallet t. ',
Informant through its purchase from
\Bryant a negative of which we had the pleasure .uientbcn.
The only Major Harrison of the lovely the Tatum brothers, was also near Lake rmerly knownaathe of seeing to-day. weuty-U COMPANY. t
Rachel l Benliso and of HOOK LADDER l
delightful and productive portion of during the day and made us a peasant )place, part The Photographic, Association offers a A.ND
Marion county,known as Orange Springs, call this morning. We noticed a pile of the Moses E. Levy tract, who was the prize of 1600 for the best Hash light pic. President-Abran, I'almer.to'oremanWIlII.lIl'nu' .z:
ex-Senator Yulee for
father of .
was in town today, and made his yearly his excellent journal on the counter manyyear's ture, and so far only three photographers, Aulitaut -\\clli\ KU'hanljtoil. ,
E contribution toward rolling along the with a request to take one, which we did Florida's representative! in the in the United State have been able to Twenty mi'mU-rt.

BANNER car. not particularly for inspection, as we are United State Senate. The gentlemenwho how results, and are not |perfect pictured TULULA LODGE, NO. a*, I. O. O. F.llMtrU .

thoroughly conversant with its admirable have made the purchase propose to as Mr. Smith claims his and I'rof ssorColby' every Tuesday evening.] ; w ,,,
of the Polk county make it a spot of beauty and a joy for-
A few prominent news features and fully appreciate its picture* are. W. )I. ChaUle. N. U. ;
people in town yesterday were Messrs. worth to the citizens of Polk county, but ever, to thorns will come and adicire Hurrah for Ocala, she is getting them W. M. I'bllllr. HecreUry.
Frank Paige, C. Irving Paige B. F. to give it to a friend who is forming an the wonderful transformation scene they; along the whole line of material and All vUttlng brother oonllally Invited. 9
Holland, Norman Johnson and Editor opinion of the various towns and coun- expect to enact within the next few artistic beauty. OCALA CHAPTER NO. 13, R. A.M. '

Stevens Mrs. Bunch and Mrs. John C. ties of the State by reading the local v(>ars. Gov. Fleming and lion. Jno. G Ocala) C'haperNo.. 18 B. A. M. CoiiTocllon

Wright. papers of the different communities, and Iteardon are the attorneys for the estate Baby Day. find Monday night In every month ,
lone, H, !.
and the price paid was 10,000. II W. a
an admirable method it is for the local
Colonel Nick B. of Crystal river, sends J. B. Fiuzt Secretary
Director General Webb, Secretary : paper is the mirror in which is reflected _
Adams, and Superintendent; Cash Thom the exact status of any people, thereto Divine Horrlcen.EPISCOPAL us the following : UKDUCTIONOf : !

as, of the Jacksonville\ Sub-Tropical, did; I to create a good one liberal patronage/: is CHUKCII: C. Wiliner. llector To the Editor of the 7/armrr :

everything in their power lo make Ocala needed, which we are pleased to note -Morning services 10.45.: subject ; We did think we would make an Monle-uma lintel Hates on and

Day a pleasant and enjoyable one for the Courier-Inurmanl is receiving. Ex- "ne IJOnttllti1iIY." Evening services 7.15: effort{ to capture the $100 dress at baby After this Date.ItatpH ..

the excursionists._ editor Tatum also lent the charm of his Subject : "Temptation." .show but HH Citrus will carry ofT nrarl aa followH.per:: .day I10JW per

presence. but from a hasty glance we inferred all the prizes, we think it wouldn't look week for table board tkfty .
and undaunted BAPTIST CHURCH. C. II. Nash Pastor ; per
Such brave ,
that beautifully fair well
a bewitching, to come and carry off the prize at cents bat
meal fifty
trod the Opera House stage Sunday School 0.30 ; morning serviceat cents per ; }per
soldiers as and charming daughter of'e: irom he baby show. We do not want to half "
under ten price.J.
Children years'
and "fit so valiantly" under 10.4o: sermon by l'r. It. M. Dudley,
last evening Polk connty was for the moment Jo him offend) Yours Ac. '
anyone. 1 II"'.1.. Lessee ,
the lead of Maud Atkinson, could only the most lovely and pleasing! object to President of Goorgftowa; College, Ky. N. B.Don't '
Uinrhd'H wl
BunK force as Evening services at 7 o'clock sermon bv Ocala, March 11, 1 1S8M
come 'from the typo look at and talk; to on God's green universe ,
be --- --
too MMinalive modest -
they did.Don't and we fully concurred in ourmlnd' the I>astor. subject : "Wise and UnwUe. or bu HtockltoldciV: Meeting.
trot out the little ones and capture the
fail attend the auction tf eye on the same subject matter. METHODIST CUUKCH, J. B. hey, Pastor- blue ribbon and the hand). Notice IH liortby given that the annual
to One of the novelties of 1'olk'e splendid ornet baby i of the stockholders. of the '
Morning; services at 10.45.: subject : itA meeting
W. H. Johnson: Clerk of the display, was a cluster of green oranges great work, and how' to accomplish it." dries that ever wan brought to Marion (Heather Island Orange) ( ruVIi CoiujMiny k

Court Attorney and editor Stevens of the Bar- billiard in ball size the from result a guinea oll last egg June'ablQlloms to a Evening services at 7, MibjVct.' "Ono county. Talk up baby day and bring the will lw hl'l.1 l in t ttw I'ity..r Ocala, I. hurl.da ,

tow Informant paid the little daily a and, will be ready for market thing needful. Young peoplemen{. ( t'8- dear little ones along 1 nn \\Y "lHyMairi7tli) J 188fJ: at r
should attend the 10) o'clock s. III. .
call to-day. These gentlemenwere pecially) evening H pleasant this coming June. Mr. John Hooker '
up to, assist in celebrating Polk made this rare contribution.Mr. vices. Strangers cordially welcomed l to Only A Humor. lAim-hSt:) JNO. F. DUNN, I'reu.

county Day at the Exposition. It. U. Burr's canava root was im all services. A wild rumor was ,coursing throuul ifentru- ':';;v-Iz--:

editor of trie Banner- mense, while the turnip of 'J. I S. White, Don't fail to attend the auction. tf town this morning that the Honorable Tlierf will If IAisLetiServIcee at GraceKpiHooiial
Mr. Brumby, and our well-beloved John Dunn was
11'atc,'Aian, Athens, Ga., 8nwho, has regiment Homeland when, was cuoked.togar of a magnitude. to feeds The BANKER"' conti njle; nt" wa, one of dangerously wounded in a railroad acci : ('hurt." 1111 Monday, 'rut.'ti4'ay' .
been spending some time,! with his which the features of the Maude Atkinson dent. In getting at the facts we learned and TlnirMlay afternoons at 4.30 p. in., ,'
cane was displayed was per-
friends, the McConnells, departed for. 34 joints in length, 'which speaks well formance of the "French Spy, at the that Mr. Dunn took the F. U. & N. train and I on W""hlt'Milay and Friday evening

New' York Thursday" after: taking r in for pine land growth, and the bunch ol Opera House last night.Jacksonville' last evening for Winter Park in Orange and 7ao.::{< -- -.... .. "

Ocala Day at the Sub-TropicaJ, delighted cured leaf tobacco must satisfy the county and that the train on the T. O. A Th, Ittl Grocery, Matfiiolia street, U
with his visit. most doubting that it ia the crop of the Sub-Tropical\ military A. road met with an accident iu which the place\ \ UJ buy your groceries/ .
fund ha*chimed to f..iSH. Three- thousand the baggage: master was hurt and Mr
PrniUent Harrion'a futurv of Florida, and there is millions in H. ZAIHARMH 1'roprietor.
of ,
Mrs. Eaton, one will be raised for military Dunn slightly bruised which ip
while the of the loaf we
the inaugural( ball a it, pine apple sugar d 131declm ,
sisters, wore at variety made the reporter's mouth water The Plant system will carry all military all rejoice! to know ia the case, which
tb her
lace shawl which belong t grandmother in uniform free fact wan given in a despatch' to Mrs. "M
the first President Harnson'a and he can taste it yet, so goal did it 9EERAHOUS1 1

wife. She, also wore a 1 locket once the look and to ravishing was its flavor. Capt. Killough, of Austin; Texas, arrived Duun. MARION :<:

of Mrs Benjamin,Harrison rf The fight foot bunch of rye just bend- yettterda) noon, and is delighting Hacred Concert. ..-.......... ............-..............-.....-..- -
property Revolutionary fame. ing would make a Dutch Pennsylvania himself with the many pleasant. sights| Don't forget the Semi-Tropical Sacred -ONE WEXK, COMMENC1NO.Special J ;
farmer envious of the .productive capabilities that greeted his 4tytltl. The d\\( ",*at the Conceit WNNNN.NNNN..r .-N.NrHHM.HHW.NW-NH
Don't fail to attend the auction; tf of Polk county uoil. Exposition captured him. Captain Kil tomorrow in an unusually afternoon.\ fine Tbs pro.gramme MONDAY MARCH 11TH.'
We many other interesting thincs old friend one. Three t'I
saw lough U an of Major Jtanfro'a
the of Wilmington solo! pieces-a saxophone, a baratlfne ..... .. .
Miss Drain one in 1'olk'a grand display, but owing 1 a part and went down last evening to enjoy his and ; -I I
\. C., and who huts. been visit- of our hurriedly taken notes of last) hospitality anti, have a talk over ohtiruea. claronet, enKaKvmeut of the Uiarmlof: young I

ing Miss Laura :Snowden; left regret for her of evening, we cannot give the names of _____________ The Maude Atkinson Company will .;.......................Emotional...... .. .Actress._....._, _....._'I_ I I ,f
greatly to f fhe the contributors of the last named article '
home ,
the yesterday friends eha has made during *, though we recall the name of Judge )Ir.T. n. Taylor, of the well-knowii appear) to-night in the exceedingly Inter.e.L1ulC MAUDE ATigNSON! (
many "
York "
her tay. There will oe ope moist eye Hanson, who from feditor and lawyer and New commiHhlon firm play The Hermit Daughter. ...

n and bu ky,voiwwhen n-farrtng. to l"r. has assumed the ermine aa Judge Mitch.eli'sworthysuc'esor of Wallace A Taylor, after spending his Don't '. A oil her carefully MlcoUd out In are rtolre I 'P...
forget the sacred
concert at the ..
xtti Judicial second winter In Ocala! letfor Gainesville 'of seven grand playa tt-turdaynlihl tbs t >

Mr.E. F. Uoutonof Sort*}** Conn., I District. W*> are jathgtiI proud.'of folk, ThomaHville., and then home. Mr Colby's EII")8it.on band to-morrow Lovers of afternoon by ._.............tMMMilDul.., ......W.NN.neMty..., ...play.. ,.__.. t 'i" i'lHBRMITS
Ol1rnt'r ita the thriving T. i is delighted with Ocala, her people good music
f O-
but and they have a irfect right lo feel
a temporary
should not miss the
I treat.
and and will him
A1 enterprise, we see
Silver r'Jfadve and
themselves of
that prouder
.ut-orbs.of ,
way :
when the swallow homeward
the little daily a social a.t1' than. the magnificent display her noble,generous again fly The Maude Atkinson Dramatic Com l.j

and expressed\ himself (a-kola.more and the hearted people have made at the We notice that three of our leafing pony will give their farewell performance

pleased with the Park:the, Eyc1.ositton. Semi-Tropical which demonstrate to merchants have returned from their purchasing to-night The, ''play U the1 "Hermit's DAUGHTER .. ,'
magnificent display at the world the fertility and pro
rchant, (farmer and of her soil and the iiidiutry and Morris Khvinaaer and M. Kinhel. They their I best selection ,Every night this LrM r.
Mr. L N. Ne of Kendrick r. paW the IASm energy of her people, and of the dear, all wear happy smile and have secured 'splendid company have delighted our y [lewamaeultlceut tusei; : l +wufQl sty-wnings 00j .

fruit grower his yearly vlslL.ln .veOutfnition sweet, fascinating and bEautirlllla.h we the variety, of goods and greatest I play-tcoiog public with a change pf pro. j ....... M-. ....scenery..-..-. :-Eeed. ..t.CU4YQK -..-oowawn..- .-...: t 1, ;)!,
extended to >h IU and en- saw yesterday in the Exposition buildin bargain of the season, all of which will gramme nightly and in every piece have -- OF PUT t
favors }"1tn1LY ,
that the BAs$1n'I wee4iv arrival. Jr ark a sample'.of:! W., 'diurtjtwr*of be made known through the column ot gained, in populor favor and won genergut +
( jo'edbr.the nation,, an :Die ease It Eve in that d !I.ctabl part 6T Florida, the BAMNKR. encomuioa (cool, the l**t ,critic In i -.-...... ,..................... ., ql
and deserved ye dollar u of cur .1JJittit< in' and the same ..a 'peer known to the the ally ', hop itot..they will ,begreeted 1 flees M earl M riper yq'' seas AF41rV' 4 rI
by dropping the rich bachelors of states, there Don't fail to attend the auction tri with I ll toe. Sae. se.wq, .6Weh t .
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t Criticism. Jordan, of the Ltubtlrgtf', thus ,

,, 7\mr", speaking or the refers tt Ocala and her big days ia' his flail & :

Dawson! fays: ; "Few excellent paper of the ISth't j' : :
have striven taoie
the homicidal Last week was a regular fete week i ih lion J.
fi outbreaks. have pro- Ocala. Tuesday! and Wednesday 'were RsAh ;
rendered notable bv a ,magnificent mill from
section of the coun j
to call itself civilized, tary pageant participated In by compa- and : : : !
and he himself has nits from nearly every quarter of the corded. ':
to the brutal State Our bwn riflemen under com the ,Ji i
deplored. Of course prac, mand of Captain C.P. Lovell, were there to the
committed at time panoplied in all the pomp and circumstance of
I but it any Is their they could bring to bear upon the unison!
unprovoked diameter occasion They "fit" long, earnestly and prises.
L !) among. decent and nobly, but not having, the requisite number (grand :
in the Southern in line, they took no premiums. This only
!| ak of the family "feud" did not displease them in the least, for our : : ; :; J
nodal history of that they returned with their bosoms overflowing capitol I |
at once so picturesque: with enthusiasm! about Ocala, justly :
that have in part just[ her greatness and her generous hospi! up our
Charl ;; ;; term semt-barbarous talities. The Riflemen speak. in the ly T
their manners and customs highest terms of their treatment by the have
." people and soldier boys of Ocala, whom
The St. is more !severe than they will long remember with both grate ;; ,
be admitted that la the itude and admiration.
readiness among the Friday was Lake county's second day, ] I
people to resort to the and it was a lovely one in more respects '
Butte, than one. The weather was gorgeous for (} '
weapons upon a very ;;;
: 1
: that is greatly to be and luxurious, 'and our ladies looked mormn i I|
I- by an change for the bet. fully as bright and lovely as the weather in time .! I 1
,. however, and it is to be Seven passenger roaches packed with ; (
f day is not far distant, people went up from here to make the from
netting '(. man in the day one of honor to our county. A few
bits out a practice of carrying a went up by the early train on the Florida : S
Cupt. Dawson went to Southern ; about two car loads followed I
Tascott unarmed. If the doc on the regular 8 o'clock mail of I
Chicago '( there would have the F. U. A N., while there was a regular -: ALL
caught In 1 tragedy. crush on the Florida Southern pedal i 1 !
he was assualted, If which left at 820.: Not a few too went I r
' A up by the 11 o'clock trains. The Florida ,
L no marks of it. He also' Tan ; "
ment Dawson in self-defense. Southern special alone took five crowdedcars !
e t ple in the killing like a in which, besides others, were the I'
ism. valid excuse for his student and teachers of the Methodist
outsider looks College. Ocala, in was
an it as consequence
Judge ;;: angered at being.. filled with Lake county people, who at
r, of Nel immoral conduct, and once proceeded to make themselves at
His ( lag shot 'apt. Daw- home and have a good time. That they !::: ii\!! : ::
Ga., for lived from three- enjoyed the day to the fullest extent WM
to an hour. If the amply testified to by all on their returnin J
}:x elr-defensl't or if there the evening All were pleased both
cane will excuse for it, why did with Ocala, with her exposition and with
and that the deed known an the exhibit which our county has there.
Sandwich ? Does it not And they say too that the Ocala peopleare
that the afraid of an aide mor- much pleased at the interest whichwe
Captain Dawson are taking in their exposition.: It is
F A more hangings! human gratifying to know that our efforts are 1r
fore a sacred appreciated. The general sentiment is
an more
; which he the wrong they that we must retain and maintain apex r::. 'A: I. : ? :! : !: :::::I I
,, : door murderers loose manent interest in the Semi-Tropical.
was .., but juries only reflect Possibly we may soon he voting to make I
than no The people must bu Ocala the capitol of the State. We would
the taking of human lose nothing by it. Nuf ced. .
lions. ............. i : > i 1 I
Walter A Complimentary Oyster Supper.

loners .. *' Alliance. Captain Carroll, the popular and indefatigable
Berlin to I
+ fore body of our agri Citrus county Semi-Tropical I11'.11
held their yearly commissioner, will tender the Exposi
not Qrizndo'I onville tion management tnd' his friends LI errs !
Hate of on Wednesday a com J. Finley !
for the ensuing year. plimentary oyster supper in the Exposition Marion :: : t {
re-elected. IIl>n. A. building to-night. A hundred Wi,
t The made secretary. The plates will be provided.The a M. : I
booming 1J : !
: in a flourishing condi : .t I : 1
ants : I
express great prohibition amendment to the I :
ual gifts able management, and Constituttion of the State of New Hampshire : I !!
the are accruing to them was lost at the recent election One in front i :
>r as it both as to getting of the clauses of the Constitution just der within for
see they have to sell, adopted, is that no person can be ellig- tr, :
struggle. their supplies at re ible to citizenship unless he can read the The east :
The ']' expect to have 20,- Constitution In English; and write his section fire, and I ; I : ;:
Hayes this State by the close own name. ,- :
1. House twenty : :;,:: i. : ::
Evarts Mr. John Chitty, one of the prosperous Marl
and !successful! orange of
do a good to be a misapprehen growers
"but of our country cousins! Grahamville, in a late visit to Ocala and
; which of the Exposition man Exposition was BO pleased with the i i : 9
$, artist & ; or slight them re Macy wagon, which is on exhibition at ::. i j :
t Hayes excursion to Jackson thu Semi-Tropical, which is built at Orlando ....
,;' colors.I &. Ocala and Marion and needing a vehicle of that '
S Sub-Tropical, we will kind he bought one, and is extolling S
Tb their merits greatly. Mr.Chitty believesin
of all, that Presi .............
f leads as .* | several days In patronizing h .me industry and if we
t" oranges \ a vain effort to get an all worked on that line it would be !; I ::: :: I
number all who desired could better for all concerned in our county .
[ ;: :
x near It. A N. Company could and State. "Thsr I ; : i

shipped and as the : ..... i ii ,
,; only Still They Come. i .J
t would only cirry a cer : \ (: : I
where ( it was impossible| Fine buggy harness and tine saddles : I :; s:
Bishop that train ; while the just receivat Smith's Harness Shop. !: ......_.. t
was a mat Come and see. *mch 15 A 18 i

,, OOU antfd The to r at ';::' importance and great discomforts than over B. E. YONGE & C), The Ocala Plum .......... I r I

Till 1oa j hence the nuU\berhad bers. Call and examine their fine stock
and get good work at reasonable I
the the prices
capacity of the train. d31declm : ..-.....
ElOl'rSlLttOD a
,r. !
:: ; :
,> itemt vented- \ is determined to A comfortable well kept hotel 1 that _.... I I I
t bare made in the proper charges most reasonable rates, is the i iIR.. I ,
0_" there In, The following extract Harriett Hcruse. Savannah Ga. so long : !' I I
The Instructors!! to Tax conducted 1 by Mr. M. L. llarnetL"NewYork [ '"......
very l that his mind is fully World. mailltf :1 i l
to the point : Magnolia Nursery i

t\ .. should Paris instances of the tAx in which books The Great and beet variety of orange I ::::::::::: :::::: : :!!: ::::::::::::: :: I

the from this otllce trees for the least money, to be had of
to our "Ned in making out the J. W. A F. D. W tTK., 1 li ; I It !
w8febtd. Belleview Fla.
bility renders it necessary to i :
instructions, and I A
managed : to nay Money In It !
that be that hereafter when Ir i
: to comply substantially Wanted a man to represent und sell ofl : iI I ,
Jfaicotte.EO. > a bankrupt stock of silks to the retail i :
prescribing trade in Ocala and adjoining towns. Address ....... 1
taxes as far as it j
't with ....
do BO, the books will be 1 .S ;: ; ;;
given over under the direc I. K. POL, .......... I : :
tug. & at the expenseol M5mch4t Macon, Ga : :: :::;;; I : : ; ;

the I am authorized by the Hart's Ocklawaha Illver Steamers. i DRESS ,
r on the that a failure to prop %
Harts' klawaha
steamers leave Pa- :
; I
Jumper, on the part of any latka for the Ocklawaha and Silver ::::::::::;: ::::: : : ::: :: : : :

i and ugly deemed to by him as evi the Springs; daily except Sunday, at ten ((10)) a
; on discharge o clock a. .-returning leave Silver I
L:. others and a sufficient cause Springs daily except: Monday on arrivalof ._
of the
; volved power of suspen train from Ocala which Is due 9 23 I
f.L' resulted by the Constitution.'' m. U. L. HART.wSfeb :. a. 1 t I I

j diana 2m J. S. .FBAZKR Agent. : : I
.' fore the ." i I
04' oat of : model evening paper For Sale. [ :::::: ::: : !
Indian, Jacksonville J/rtrppoto, A new Queen Anne Cottagesix rooms, ; I.L I.! I
and excursionists : two-room extension, Stable, one acre : 1 ? i
t' killed who came w ..ladies.,and, ground, bearing orange trees and other L i : : : : I
Oulleta were aa fine a body ol fruits. Price $3,000, cash Location
throat. Indicating wealth Influ i8
ne.dI representa three-quarters of a mile southeast of I i 1
beat Motion* In the enure court house, Ocala. Call on owner, t
,t/ the body Da. Prawn, i |
{ ipalm ; Over Merchants' National Bank
L'.. rutW:..- the auction U l\ lOmch d6tw1

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Semi.TropicalExposition .


Exposition* incorporated under the laws of tin- State of Florida, opened at- a ,.

i' OCALA NIARION' COUNTL,; 1LOR1DAJANUARY{ 29tll '1889. : ,::1

:i fltliCLOSE': MAY FIRST 1889. .

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This will be an Exposition of Pomological, Horticultural and Agricultural products of Florida, and her soils, timbers, woods, minerals and live Block, and in addition articles ;
and products of general interest from all States and countries. Entry is open to the world for the display. of its product No charge for entries nor : space for the products or I
manufactures of Floritla. .
The United States Experimental Station for improvement and development of products", indigenous to this section has been located contiguous to our exposition! ground.J6rWe "
s invite exhibits of all descriptions, particularly those pertaining to the arts, mechanics and agriculture, guaranteeing uniform courtesy to all exhibitors.


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GEO. W.:'VILSON, President. WM. FOX, First Vice-President. DR. H. KNIGHT, Second VIce-President
0.W.. CAMPBELL, SR., General Manager. G. S. MAYO, Treasurer. J. O. CLARKE, Secretary. .

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" mnc Fits-OF! OCALA National'- Bank Tile /Nlerc\mnts'\ Banl\\ Aiiti-'O1100' TILE.oly Drug a

.. Plorldu.
Ocala, -
.o1 N0.3470.o
-NO. 3,815.--
. ." 'x -WILL TAKI}-

Paid ,Up Capital Authorized; Capital CAPITAL STOCK 'r. 850,000.003G5O.OO -IN-

850,000.. $150,000. SURPLUS ) STOCK ;
.. r W.![.COUCII.T.rreiSURPLUS >
Low rloes.
: w. Quality of Goods and
:L.wrr..n.. uN r ...-+-... OPFICKU8E. I
Y >r JNO. F DUNN, fiteidcnt.:
-0GOOnS -
P. DHMCKER, J.i('-Prtridn&l.
R. D. MtCoNNiLL, CatKirr JOIillHDt
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A. McINTYBE" CAS DEn.: Being now ttlablithed in our tiN and tlfgant Bank building we are prepared to guaranttt -Located next door to FlritNaUoDal l Bank.)
*tat it faction to all. 1 5m$1. i
. $7,000.00 General Banking butinttt trantaded. Exchange bought and told.

One of the finest and beat equipped banking houses in the State owned by the. : BOARD OF DIRECTORS.:--
facilities for making Collections on all accessible points.We e
bank. We have special ;
consistent with safe
and favor to our customers
extend every courtesy
and careful attention to all business entrusted to ns JNO. F.DUNN, E.P.DISMUKES,
,and shall give prompt
oanking; CIIAS.Rllf INAUER, '
line andguarantee J.A. f
ACCOUNT and all business our
We so exit(your satisfaction.BANK I HARVEY KNIGHT, WM. ANDERSON, : ,

Importers & Traders CORRESPONDENTS National Bank, New York, N.Y.; SasllDoorsBlin s ,

outhern Bank of .Georgia Savannah. :
in all Important cities in the West. -AT-
t&Special Correspondents .VaIiOMl Park Bank 0' New Yorio Narmea ahoMl flank of Boston.
dcc9 National Ban of JtfQnM.h
nabs( Louunlte Banting Gtorpin.Company,Louisville, Xv A.. E. DELOUST. ;


W. W.
/ Ocala, Flu.
Main Street, ,
I \ Jewelry Store I -Drug Line-
...........................,...................... Shines replete with
-."...-..-.............................,.................. everything in -
:=:The Hotel of the City::= hla line. Call and examinefor -FOE_ '

:t----: ..............-.......-...............---...--.....-...-.--- yourself. THE PLACE TO FIND THEM PIANQS.LlfD : '

=..FIRST.. -C LASS IN.NJ .....ALL.,..,.Y......RESPECTS..-.............NNI...........=-...MNMNM.NN1 -- -13 AT ,
Strings for:Mulloal! Instruments a DR. DELOUEST
and WAi. na.oo&4141& ample rows r for Crew
$ Hot fold Spel'ty.:
:W( I ekry roonL A
+ ..,mal 7reoders. 9s roonu. New brick to** aM new Jwm lurf. All Work.on repair of Clock and WttehwOoumotoed. -(Wiar 6101 SQPAXJC. Hnsical InstrsmeDts I

J. P,HALL Letter,Jan./, 1SW. 29dw Rhelnauor'a Old Stand. UCA.LA f '. t I 111 itIARIDAA
(:Rata tR3Pe' day.) totl-fta awe OCALA FLA


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+ Per Annum Subscription. Ratse. .. woo.- .. .. ,,1 "t : Lake Side Hotel '
Biz Idonthe 228. '. -- ') '. ,
Three)eonthe .. "
I. 174 ; .. .:' '0 i

STRAY .8118- : t. ; ;' 4 rJ .

Th,University of Penn.rlnnJa celebrates 0

Kc tennl&1lo 11m. Lake Weir Fla

The output of the coal mint near Albuquerque ,
N M., U 450 ton*day.

y, 7 Baiony.la Mid to furnlnh the l&rgwt percentage CJI Sixteen miles sooth of Ocala; on

l k' of suicides of any drlllzed state high bluff overlooking the wholeof

fcapt Sidney O'Danne, the famous 'pre- ''J "Beautiful Lake Weir." .
tender to the throne of Ireland" I.on trial In
s Berlin twlndUng. '
1 England baa only one college leper edited .
l by undergraduates, namely Tb. Review, '

published at Oxford' \ .. Fine Boating, Sailing, Gunningand

The richest university the world 1*said Fishing.
b to be that of Leyden, Holland. 1 It baa real
state to the value of t ,(XX.OOl) Terms $2:50: per day. Reasonable

It U said that Charleston baa ImproTed 80
per cent. in general appearances since the Rates by Week or booth

earthquake obliged 10 much rebuilding. Address I

The almost Incredible statement I le made II. J. ROSENBUEG, J
that Honolulu ha more telephone. in use toproportion Manarer. '
'to her population than any other O Late of Park Avenue Hotel,New York and< Clifton
dty, House, Magra Fall.

4 Quick firing Armstrong guru 80 and 100 RATE3-.SO; TO $3 PER DAY.
pounders, discharging\ ton and eleven shots a ..
minute,' have been finally adopted by.the *
Open All Year.

1 One of the greatest innovation In the house : OO --
of parliament I*the introduction of a bootblack +
o in the commons cloak room. Ho 1 La the
first of hi kind.It .
.' IIto Ocala OopanjjFI2'CO.RPORATED
U said that Christmas shopping was not %

),. so brisk in New York this year a* It wa
last. Nevertheless, the popular tore were
jammed with customers. ]

There !U an acrimonious debate going on aa
to which of the New England state rate
-)o(- .j
the finest turkeys. Thus far Vermont seems
to have the brat of the argument.The .
CAPITAL STOCK $500,000.00 .
root seats of coaches
on fifth avenue,
New York are supplied with rug to wrap a l
about the knees of panenger who rare to
brave the cold for the sake of the view.
COMPANY U now prepared to ell Stock
The church in Bhaker village, Canterbury \ / TillS lots 40x100 feet from f 10 upwards, and located
i N. II.,although built in 1TW, ha never been ; at the "Went End" Ocala. f

reshlngled. The.h1ngl are of heart pine .i... '.40, :': ic:: .: chasing Dollar will One be jntyn Sharp ten of eonhyuout block of boa One UtilOO UunlNd feet .
and fastened with .
were on wooden peg I. '
\ For further
t) Y. 10' .. oM>:, L panlculan rail upon or address ".
k A dry good clerk in a Fenneylvania villageate Gco. S. Mayo, ..
three large mince in and .
pin an evening
No. 1 Marion
went to boll Instead of dreaming that be ..... Block OCALA FLA.
saw hi* departed ancestors, be went to Join ..
t them before morning.

S A Louisville paper speak of a robbery In 4 .,. ,. WebWEIHE
,4 which the victim wa "a hard working frugal '

man, who, by a lifetime of toil, bad t '
amassed: the sum of $43 and wa about to ndyTTdQf .
.. ..
1 needed rest" ll
After having at Lvut fifty fire drill there .
came an alarm of fire In a New York school, t' ., t'! ,,
-.r jJp
and every pupil lost his bead in a minute and ..< ''
assisted to create contusion In which over Clock
.I t"v" :: Joelry
twenty children were" injured. : It"
'fie yearly Income of the great Kimberly S ,
diamond mines In South Africa i* $ .OOO.OOO. :
and besides tide It la estimated that fully :
110,000000) worth of diamond are stolen ; LI.NB

very year by the native who work In the ,
s mine .
- The people of TVapclla Ilia., recently saw L.. .
ti*little town of Midland City twelve mile t-- Repairing a
d distant suspended In the clouds. The miragu Specialty

was so vivid that the oUerver could see a -

ttof car approach and leave the Midland 'IAr6W= 7oil I TOWN LOT -0-
J&iward Sherman, of Whitewater, Win, \ : LOOK FOB )
hat becomo a raving matiiao as a remit of aji amaJ.088
attempt to abruptly discontinue the use ofJ' L"I $26 ?? I 2500.

tobacco. Ha had for many years consumedlarp'qu _".. :.... _.__.... .. _
T 1tstJea.ot the nyni,both by smoking .= LAND
** 0
and chewing. TITLES I I1
i # Wca jab Henley, the man who invented :PTlITs.iT.; O1) I ,rf.f.lslT[ U1'LN E FOR THIRTY DAYS ONLY H fT '- -1-: .'

j roller jckatec, live in Richmond, Indo Fiewar'a -.-.-...........................-....-........................-..--.-.............-.-.....-....-.....--....-....--..--.--.-.--.- --
poor woodaawer, and it took nearly THE BEACON & ADAMS
his last dollar to pay for the patent but the

,I craze for skating that spread over tho country ABSTRACT COMPANY. "

made him rich. The first In the field New Semi-Tropical addition to the City of Ocala 1 Anderson's new additionadjoins I IJS -

/The old saying "cold enough to stop a the Semi-Trojrical Exposition grounds. Three hundred lots now offered at $25 each, for thirty days
baa been exemplified In Maine PLACE
clock actually 10
Tho elevated and overlooks the South street is GET THE FAC1Si
this winter Tho Yecent storm of mow and only. property w city. now being graded to property.
tart Xrox*the bands nf the town clock in The proposed "dummy line," when completed, will add 100 per cent. to the value of every lot. Lots can he -1-

r Bangor solidly down on their faces, and they paid for on the installment plan, if desired No commissions, no agents ; buy direct from owner. The editorof Orrice

) dtlnt go any more. the BANNER will select lots for non-residents. "Get in on the ground floor." Plat can be seen at office oH. f : ; OcALA 1I0tUIiJ :

According to Tho Railroad Gazette, there L. Anderson, or address II. L. Anderson, Lock Box 125, Ocala, Fla. aim.
were In October I:JO person killed in railroad -- --------- ---
accident throughout the country M per .
cent. of whom 'were paabengcrs. Of tho i 23 lilDS YOU OCALA 1IIOII SCCHOOI, ,

persons injured, 120 were cmploj and most HlHMUNaXTOT1CK THE OCALA HOUSE. E.i B. RICHARDSON
e- of tbeso freight Laud ,
T"cl.1 man on 'UM Vermont I.Jordor.1&1I IX l>1 KliforejvcUiiRtlie(>ralUlxi>! hnul Hull.lftiiC -THE-
Ther'Nftw York Hfrald, died the other day bIUcrr by the;TIUKU- of the Oial: -I 1
: : Finest
sir l until April lot tease. liana aeedsKelacaltone Livery in the
aud U his but hour he confessed"" that be had otlU-e City
now ready at the of T. J .
been ,a smuggler for forty-eeven straight Hook, architect: The IruittH* reserve the rlv.
years,and bad,beaten tho government put o{ 11t'jt\< of rvjeulng any or all\ M>1*. Hoods for ruHhful -0LEADING -
I ten lof.thousands of dollar, bl.lnto Mrforiuanceof contract u K lie f.feven.IlAKkl8$t'uj, In .The Leading Hotel of the City 4LES STABLEtvtlaa

A diamond t>awnal in Buffalo and known a* Chairman, .. ItaarJ Trust"'ly Ocala Ilkh: School
the 'Buffalo pm," weighs' 00 carat and "U Allot tt M RX.K-rretHry.
d ua'bi.\;. \:\ 111 sad III, wit
', supposed to be tho largest lu tho United -AND-
States.. It U about the else of au almond and

: bought lu Aw ter Un> for $90OiXXBomft'Wilkt

,. '0 .tiam1'a.., 'Wng men who IRosldont Dentists. ARCHITECT AND BUILTtl
: ;e' ha.ve.boon dubbed the "Piou Ten," have or. MERCHANTS' NAlIONAL.rHNK BUILDING 1 ,
L 0 e&ciioJ an Auti-profanlty club. A* f 1.SO la OCALA FLOR1IU. f [ DESIGN'S AND ESTIMATEf
r fines wore collected within ten minu Uw after \ 'tl'urnlihed

Ii ;: the adoption of the bylaw, it lexpt' !cted the prMerrvd.ill branches Kotrt of crowned dentUtry.with porcelain Teeth flllod or told and Repainted Inside and OuV.l? on, IppUcmdon.jOrncxRaunascs tI. .
S j wjill live Ugh, foe a Urns at loait.la a
dull ? teeth. Artldctal sets tram one euKb to* rallirt. .
the town of Ufea strictly flr-ela.. ilentlatry at moderate price. *
: \ (pivcit a -.urD- t ; Orang and
.\ m woman *' Tootweewosa 4 *riC14l\T: .
:t, trapeze wa jwrformlng with her OCALA .
ft-yvarold boy. While the wa tolling the Flolur
t. L child by her teeth% row Uvke and iavther :
and ch04 fell ta;ilyk-ground the mother on '
the child Doth were seriously Injured.A I *

r i sensation ha been society ___ *I [I. J. BROKAty
t r bj Abe JUma ach causedtry an Special attention given tolYowu Bridgework, -I
tS + nounduV> marriage of 'the t ConnUn ofQaromaa OoldplatM, .and all lau operation i< rtalnIBC THE ICOUNTySEBYMAN
foorth daughter of the iTinc ofChlmay. to the Dental Art. Oa aJiulnUteml bribe MARION
eitrartlon of tmn. (umo in First BEAUTIFUL LAWNS AND
to Ali>honM: Wonten a member of \&tonal hank aulldlug. Oct&tfrmc !
the Royal AcaJauiy of, Fin Art of Bnuael 0 ,;

P { The UethodliU of i wnp ins. Oa., have a $.P. GARY it. D. 1 -1-IomEd
p1 Dst church a..u. the old pee trlng cracked 1 .. TO
's J\'I\ 1 ru. oU ,H4U bad a 1 Tea: PUBLIO A 7CQ Lam
res riTUOUN ac) ICBOIOK.:
t, ead l.1WD end!As des eta thps 07 WUBaiSHT STOCK-- +

summoned to worship men ot varying creed.etb&innd : f Roeow, Afatw. 4 U"B! kf OCAfcA, Foa.--rzhll, ArpLTlTO : ''l 5 :JL M.:TIIAYER.fAxiwOCALA. A OJUTBvtsna

In the. *, PortupJ.&DI1 .. .. DPCIALII'Y.djan1 .
: Tweat7 sTM Teai >.." l14. T1VOHIDA: "
-, eette.1,.. .8T.re .ism -1.-
$ nl A DIUIaI
Ab'UQj Flaiff'
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