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Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala daily banner
Daily banner
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Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Banner Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Ocala Marion County Fla
Creation Date: January 7, 1889
Publication Date: 1883-
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
daily (except sunday)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
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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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"AVIIO IS TO BLAME. States in one way and another enacted a prohlbl- as many placri where dtlnks could be obtained ; CITY &. COUNTYDIRECTORY.

BUDGET OF HOME NEWSC. lion laws. But In lrs than a decade the 111 as other state I will supmit one report of the

Mr. Goes Kepllea to Mr. Nash. effects! of these force temperance laws was no United States revenue collector for that state : ,

L. BITT1\'GERCity Editor. manifest that 11 out of the 11 States repealed' and YEARS. No. PJaJilITL'Yu.l.' !'PEHMITS. .
REV. C. H. NARK! In Tour article of the |Uth ,
la" In
otherwise got rid ot those prescriptive ----
ult., you say that you are somewhat surprised at Tlewof these historical fact known and read ofby 177......._.............. 4IH,1XK1, ...,M_.._...._ 1,017
Official Bales day. my letter. I hate no doubt of that. It U POM- 148....._.....___... 1101 1'11\3...____... 1.1\10 CITY OFFICERS,
most men who have taken an Interest In tern IA64. i' Court convened at 2 p. m. to-day. ble that you never before thought of the ill consequence perance, and of the marvelous effect of moral m&:: ::::::::::::::: ftl l.,8.:.::::::::,.... iwn: riert-8.J'fIr-lr.Thr\*. P. Gary

of prohibition and that you were toblame" uaaion In this aud the Euro.'ean nations, almost Iasi...:. .................. 91B,ism..... ........._...... 1047_ M .n h. - County School Board in session. to the extent of your indueni/ln that Collector-.F. P, Unitton.AMewmr .
redeemed a world from druntenn and de- This shows one dealer to every 619 Inhabitant
direction. You further that I have no word -Ii. K Mrlvrr.
uy achery,. That man of ordinary intelligence" iVlthln her borders and nearly twice a* many Treasurer. R. fnowden.President l
Weather decidedly this of condemnation for thoM who selling in
are
morn-
nippUh Should give vent to this astounding' expression, 10 proportion to population a* have most of the of('clluctl-Jno. F. Dunn.
ing. violation of law. It was predicted that luch allowance IkMrd of Aldermen. Dunn K. W. Agnew,
moral suasion is but as a summer shower upon licensed state Of course a reasonable : :
I would be the cue If prohibition enacted. J. T. Lancaster, John A. ell, E. U Root, K.O.
a belching volcano. This sentence smacks t>f must be made for all station c*, but In the
County Commissioners are legislating The telling in defiance of law li but the effect of Smith, II. W. Chandler, 1. Brown and W, O. Marshall.
i rhetoric but I* wanting truth. main they are measurably correct. The number -
to-day. prohibition. I deem it wise to remove the cause )lr. Nash says the nation Is groaning under the or permits shown by statistics In place where Salutary upworV.. T, King.

Glover of Blue has ([prohibition) and the effect will won ceue. "tMolock" whisky influence through politics prohibition exists is much less than the aclfta- COUNTY OFFICERS. b
Lumpkln Springs
You that there wu letting dorefcn
say my ntllonr boasted, RepubUcan institutions have lumber place where liquor rn bit obtained ; County Judge-Richard McConathy,
gone to Beiea, Ky. part from Ie dignity of&earned discussion of County Clerk-1 A. Miller
become a" hiuandby word. Only so with tne for instance Atlanta Ga., last year, while I }
a great gnestitn I chlldllhnell and Tltuperation. Shertrf-K. T. \MllUm
of the is enemies of free government. These Institutions was in the city there were twice a*many place AUf'IUIlIr-J. C. lotath., ..
i. Every portion county represented Ahab might the same of Elijah became the
tay have but recently been put to the teat standing where it could U had a* there were United States ('ol1'Ctor-ll.T.: w rtroann, Citra. 4
in town to-day. old prophet said to Ahab. ((1 King l -27) "('rr Treasurer- R. Pyles..
the shock of flU4 of the mart ensauguiue tntes- Permits to sell. The same here in Ocala ; there
J aloud for be U a God; either he be talklnj or pursuing Superintendent of Public Instruction. L.Payne. .
Weihe'spocket tllle" that evef uvuled civilization or shook are not less than thirty place where liquor can HemlriKton.rounty .
Call around and of t
get one or Is on a journey or pread venture he
A nation to its Center. bo obtained yet there are lea than sixteen ( 1Dmlplone"-'t. W. Long! W. 1'.
railroad time (4ables. sleepeth and must be awaked.' "When a mu He says moral quasi,m lu the farm of a petition ('nltod State permit*. Trantham, M.H. Ron, F.8. Perrin, W. P. Williamson.
becomes intractable inaccessable inaendoes, .
Messrs. Tom and Alf Ayer, of Lake Table and traditions, vituperation by conies a million strong was borne by women to the I will show next week by statistics, that the arrests The County Commissioners meet the first Monday
up-tn council chamber of the great Republican and crimes are greater In Maine than In In every month

Weir, were in town to-day. 'him." You say my Sing at the old prophet and arty sitting in National Convention at Chicago, other states in pro rata t that the health In the YchoolIoard-FF" Harris, IT. T. Wurtmvin,. ,
religion is too far out of the track. I made no M. h. Mowr, A. R. Grime P. ... Ixirtsoe.
sUng the luseitlouof! a plank in their platform nny,by United State health commissioners of ih
Board meets first in m<
Twenty-two guests at tll"> Montezuma fling at either 5 I repeated history on Elijah and Schqol Monday every | ,
looking to the abnteniAiit of the whisky evil and he troop! from Maine was not so gdod u from
five States. said nothing ugaUt Christ Unity, for I was rockedin COUNTY BOARD OP HEALTH.
yesterday, representing ,
he protection of homes, was rejected and left other New England States ; and what congressmen -
been that cradle baptised In that faith and still covered with tobacco spit. That Is another one and senators said about the enforcement of Freaident-Dt. T. P. Gary
Telegraph office has removed to adhere to the doctrines and gospel o( Christ, but Ktcrelary-Capt. E.B. Richardson. g
or hls'-belchlng "olcanoea"-more eloquent than the law in )Maine Vermont and New' Hampshire Members-Dr. 1). A. Smith, Anthony, Ml'IIr.
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new Merchant* National Bank building. not to the falllclesof the Ahabs and those who ruth, and V>r hU and the \buuelt\ of others I will during the debate on the liquor tax ; what the M. S. Moscr and D. H. Irvln.
forsook the commandments and set
Sun- up strange repro luce the pl.mM e.1 for by the petition: mayors and city clerks of cities in Maine say on BOARD OP TRADE.
Glover Miller returned from Citra
Mr. Koah'i' ,encomium the
god highest on
"The firs' concern of all (rood government is the subject as well a* ether points in Mr. Naih's
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day, in the interest the great and good church aCd the ble 'IDgI to the world therefrom the virtue and sobriety of the people and the second week's reply J. D.00tiI.a l'relllitent-J. F, Dunn *
meets my hearty approval. purity of the home. The Republican party sun I Vice l'rtlldf'nA.. Weather.
Sub-Tropical. lallr sympathise with nil wise. and well ,
The churcUis mistakes and failures her high directed efforts for the promotion of temperance i Circus Hoard ofytiovernore-A. P. Man Jr. C. Rheln .

Mr. George MacKay is erecting the and holy mission through misguided judgement and morality." I Binpley's Monster shows and European auer Jno. F. Dunn J. H. Livingston B. Ai
,
Bing\py\ circus bill board which will be and'-mbttfolJ of her latter day ministers is Mrs. Ellen luster, President of the W, C. T. U.of erie will exhibit in Ocala January24th. fathers, W in. Fox and S W, Moody

grievous to my soul. You are understood Mr. the U.8. was .*tl-(Tjd and took the stump for tnella BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIA
250:> feet in length. t
: of enlist the 'obe .
Nash in that little dodge yours to Republican party. TION.

The pony Minnie" was sold to-day sympathy and feelings of the churches for yon Fully and to close his Cut week's reply Mr. The movement of fruit goes bravely on
and against me. You say If you are in the sad Nash aye Ueu. Neal Do-v't letter to Dr. ''Anderson Presldent. B. Wilmer. ,
for $34. Her owner, Walker Swann, bid from Citra. To date, Mr. Jas. A. Harris Vice I'ml.lent-hM. Dcloues'.
condition In your argument I represent you to be, refutes whl J. ald about Main Th only Secretary and Treasurer.-*Louis Fox.

her in at master's sale. the people will find it oat soon enough withoutmy real strong point he made and If I fall to show tas forwarded 40,000 boxes and other Board ot Dlrectors-J. T. Lancaster Isaac Stephens t

pointing out. I might soy the lame f n regard authority to rebut that or fall to sustain my first growers in proportion. The cold weatherdid I. Brown, U. Flshel A. E. Delouest II. D
dental I Zachatlas and W. T. King.OCALA :
t, Dr. Fuller, of the accomplished to you, and that there 1 la no nm'sslty of discussing I position, that prohibition does not lessen the not effect the fruit-in the least.

firm of Fuller & Chase, was in Citra Saturday -. public questions ; no need of employing .ale of liquor then hw has the advantage on that RIFLES.

on professional business. ministers to ""mint out the errors ol a sinful lift ground and that which li all that ls Important In Off for Tallahassee.The Ca taln-GecaA. Naah.

'. & or the way of .a1'ration-the people will: lln-1 it this dlacus.ion. In the tint pUoe' what Oen. Dow First Lieutenant B. Me nnel1., I
Rifles under command of Capt. Second Lieutenant. E. William.
11 K The Ocala Building and Loan Associa- out according to your Idea.qulcl!: enough. Th t'l says on that subiuctthould lw taken with some Forty Members

tion met Saturday evening and disposedof I "arrant nonsense." HI II'ill'to talk thus. Christ allowance, a* he is the author ofthe; prohibition Geo. A. Nash, twenty-five strong, leave'or "s ,.
FIRE COMPANY.
: ..Id. "do men I light! a ca adlo and put It wader abushel. till of IMI and its cealom promoter. In a letter Tallahassee ut 9 o'clock to-night.
25 and 27 cent premium.Mr. .
$800 at per Chief T. D. Lancaster.
i
to The Icier; a prohibition organ of, he U. S., Pressing business engagements detain Foreman-Maurice- Rheinauer. ."

J. C. French, one of the substantial Mr. Naah says ill I..* strange I blame him and August 27, tanS, Neal Dow said Liquor Lieutenants McConnell and Williams. Flnt ak.Utet-Luuu VoJk. '

the churches for voting tbolr honest otmvlctlolis will be sold lu Maine In violation of law as long ( Second assistant-. O. ManhalL
citizens of the Park, accompanied by Round rip excursion rate, $4.60. -
the sale of in this Had do and l In this under Hccretary-J. 11. Mallet ;
against liquors county. as it is prolUablo to so, state .1
S.Scofleld of Boston a late arri- for the Twenty-five member. \
Dr. C. they allowed others to do the same unmolested the law as It naw I*, u It is very profitable Sleeping cars weary. \I-

rival at our beautiful suburb, made the and placed tha blame" of their mistake There U no large town or city in Maine under i HOOK AND LADDER CPmldent tpl' :. si .
Martin .
Happening
BANNER office a pleasant call this morn- where it belongs I would not have uttered a Republican rule where the law II not absolutely -Abram Palmer.

ning.t word or written a lino. He further says that I ignored by the Republican officials, aud con. Who says Martin hasn't got a "string Assistant-t'oreutaii-Wells\\ ilk*Richardson.Uvula j

would blame the churches and their ministers tsntly violated by the rum-sellers." band 1"The Twenty member t1RS

t Mr. M. H. Rou, Reddick's solid and for the presence of these booming houses of ill In a letter to the Daffy ftuttrn Argus of Port- much dreaded freeze, we had on "' -

faithful county commissioner, droppedin fame,'because they voted indirectly for the law land. Me., referring to a letter of Rev John Buyer the 21st and 22nd, ult.,did much damage ). O A J. 0. PKRINK, \

to that they had an'infant cyclonein prohibiting them. To some extent the churches of St. Louis Mo., giving a picture of the situ' to young trees, and it is feared, to the lJ

say a* well a* others are to blame. The law licenses atlon in Portland General Dow said : "The condition orange croiw. DENTISTS. ,

that section last Friday afternoon, marriages, and rightly protects that relation of of things in Portland is scandalous a* Mr. E. K. Butler, who has.been spending -

fairly uprooting the giants of the hammocks life and properly prohibit such houses. These everybody knows, though there U a pretense hereof the summer at his old home in Mass. Have the most luxurious appointment* and beat s
quipped dental In the State of Florida
room
t and deluging the earth with water. unfortunate women are not made so in such an enforcement of the law which ha not and enjoying those balmy New England both member of the firm thoroughly pictured*....

houses but in some Instances by neglect of moral been of t e smallest effect! in reducing the number Breezes, returned home looking well and rofesslonally. The public respectfully invited >, i

Mr. II. T. Warrmann, who will be inducted influences and proper discipline;in most cases by of the rum den which infest the city. dtarty. to rail and inspect their office. In room 1 and 8.
New Merchants' National bask Building, Ocala
,
I r into office to-morrow, as tax col- man' seductiveness and Infidelity and are Ifhave shown you what General Dow said in Master Gary Frink left for St. Augustine Fla. d 4Jn3m oct 19 tf t

; driven from society to thorn houses by women's regard to the enforcement of the law In his own on the 27th of December
j 1,1) lector of Marion county made us a pleasant I inhua.- ity and want charity They deserve tale at certain places mentioned 81 will now Mr. T. J. Wallace and wife spent a day

|1/ J call. The manner in which his I our charity and sympathy more than our con. give you what Col, R. 0. Cbeves, a prohibitionist with us two weeks airo. 11108. P. GARY, MrBTltOJ4l'f. D I I.l

\\t. \ office will be conducted and mode of demnatlon., Ask the sisters In your cbnrch or aid in a speech in Brooklyn on the 39th of Sep Our school which has been suspended .

collecting taxes will appear in the BANJTIB. the good women In the community which one ol timber 1884. for a week, on account of the holidays, alto SCMEOIT. .

them ha gone to those victim of credulity, "For prohibition to be a success, it must be was resumed last Monday. .

taken anyone of them by the hand and said to national. This ha been demonstrated Maine Mr. N. 8. Wallace, of Ocala spent Sunday Room, Agnew & Gary'. Block OCALA. f

Mr. Ed Harrison,who eighteen months her go wjth me I will offer! you an opportunity of where they have bad prohibition for, over thirty here, visiting friends and relatives Disease Twenty-seven. yean dSjanSm' experience-JaDI0lr.l Ponds

prescription clerk living an honorable life using at the same time years, but where liquor I* 1&111101d in defiance of Mr. Harry Kiliinger, of Pennsylvania, .
ago'was the popular ,d
the sublime language ot Jesus : "neither do I law" brother of our popular depot agent, arrived

for Dr. Deloust and since then bas been condemn thee, 10 sin:no more." If such you The Democratlo state convention at Concord, a few days ago, and will probably LAND TITLES 1 11

salesman for the wholesale drug houseof find name her and I will take off my hat to her N. II.,on 25th of June, 1884, said: make Martin his future home.

Patterson & Thomas, Columbus. Ga\ .**d give tio to aid In her noble and heroic mission "We recognize the evils of Intemperance and Leap Year 1 is gone; did you take advantage -1-

r and bless her I fear Mr. Nub with all well directed of the blessed' one year in four
returned last evening and will be Messr .1 memory. we profoundly sympathize TUB BEACON & ADAMS
does not fal V n the path marked out Klndoeas efforts to eradicate those evils, and in view of that given you? ,

s Hood A'Naah's: financial man.
..:: appointed by the will do more to abate the evil that produces judicious license law i Ia the beet remedy therefor, a lively appearance in the shape of But

Names of delegates these bad bouses" than all the prohibition and will really promote the cause of temper- ler & Bradley's packing house.

fruit growers to go Tallahassee; Messrs. statutes that can be piled up. sues" Mltw Kate Frink who. spent>> part of THE Plot CE TO OET THE FACTS

R. L. Anderson, Dave Williams, Louis Mr. Nash says I claim too much for moral The prohibition party of that state met soon the holidays in Ocala\ returned in timeto

Lancas- after and abandoned the idea of state prohibition join the merry party that attended the
Fox, D. G. Eichelberger, Major suasion He admits It ha done some good in I -J

Barnes R. B. Coburn and some **..and don't know that It ha been given and delivered themselves M follows Anthony concert. *
caster, Tom Mr. J. W Greenley of Haven Hill Ornot I OCALA Hocar
by prohibitionists,but discourages it by saying "Prohibition to be effective must be national s : |
B. Wilmer. Dr. F.kei was excused up several in Martin the
'r Rev. C. W du been used for hundreds years throughthe its !scope. MaM., spent days .
asmt
owing to the illness of his wife. cares of womanhood and helpless childhood, General Dow, in his letter to Dr. Undersou, guest of Mr. Wm. Knoblock. 3

burning out everywhere from p,.., rostrum quot ed by Mr.Nash,said In old rum time. Maine Mr, Koffman and wife spent Christmas '

)[r. D. N. Hitchcock, the gentlemanly and pulpit, yet the enormous drink bill has kept was the poorest state in the Union,. but now it hone at Kendrick. ... ,

advance :agent for BSnrfey'a \'Mammoth full up with the lucre*** of population and the of the meat .r06ptroUL In what is Maine Mr. John Knoblock and .sister f Mlxn( 00 TO STOWARD'S

that prosperous f Under the appointment of representatives Ida,viHltocl l friendsat Anthony last week.
in town Saturday to see milder drinks have even Increased OH the popula
I Shows, was billed tlon. It must be remembered that five millions ia congress from the census of 1880. Mr. Henry Griner and family, of MOM FOR FIK T-CLA88 PLUMBIXOl t t1 '
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and county was .properly Bluff Christina with Mr, F. M.
the city spent
of people who knew nothing of moral suasion, i She lout one representative, while the other ,

: .He engaged six men to bill the rail' :td' that had been under prison restraint though state gained over ODe each. To save space we Townsend.. -1-

towns : and :eleven 'to 1 fclcture'difltricts. ,the f tta err was turned loose to drink at will beside avoid the numerous fin," showing the Increaseof Master B' Frink wrapping
! in the miler !k "008". Foat Kino Avtirvt, t t 'f UORTIZCKA Sect
population of the United States in each ten oranges |I'
Oh?it takes money to ..: the price of all liquor has advanced from 300 percent
''.' to tOU from the U, 8. duty or tax on all yean (ceases yean). I will give the per cent of .:.1.". A aT., -(Opposite Methods, Chnrca.V

I circus. __ /K ". liquors. Moral suasion in reference to drinking increase of population for the census year .
.
The churches were well attendaj
\r back to thr sod drliikiug and keeping by r.A. Walker, Bupt. page 4,& and 6.Maine S '
and
"K.: Smith A Serlou
brother George This the week of Accident.
while being
:, terday Sam ,
from te 1WO, the yean previous to prohibition I
homes keeping Christian
the common u
liquors in was a*
bailiff over the seven accepted fledge coffee or tea, and drank with a* little thought of ,increased in population per cent. keeping tuted by the United Society of Methodist Last Saturday evening a* Electrician
Endeavor: the of the
jurymen read'the BA}( EB to them and the consequeneea. pace with the average state op to that date. ,church Society to Prigge, wits: manipujating his "naloe, acurrenl1etruck
requested -
are
from 1860 to 1MO (same period under prohibition) recognize
delivered iropreet re;; 'Jectnre on the About ISM "Washltonlan Temperance Socle cent it fully A special prayer meetingof his. person and fellvd himto
population
J. she increased in only 10X
: 7 high ind holy duty pertaining to,their i ijJf tie*" and the "Bon of Temperance" were organ Vermont and New Hampshire about the per same M the Society will be held on Wednesday the floor. Tommie Bailey and Bennie

t wred trust. George is a second Sam lied and other moral force* put in operation Maine, both beforj and after prohibition. The evening at 7 o'clock. Bell, who were present dashed cold
of and keeping It lit our PRATKK Mirriwo COMMITIEX.
the evil drinking
against
Jones. CoI&ecIlt&&eI, a* well a* the other state, show water on the prostrate body and quickly-
churches their crusade
home Soon the : began
j t greater of Increase from 150 to 181 hid
.1 per cent
called in Dr. who hi
Mr. P. L. Dumoe, to 1A50, showing Maine to be the The Red Grocery, Magnolia street, lethe Thompson,
ln saloon for there were . of the County Board of Education, a, only state that baa failed to keep something like place to buy your groceries. ,

; ,I and presented us was and not before that time the rock founds pace with the other state Vermont and New II. ZAKABIAS, Proprietor.d block, where be now lie In a ai
''j f dropped In to see M tlon of moral suasion was laid broad In the land.
UalDp.bbe,1oIc prohibition state, come next la condition. Mr. Prigge't left side I* ;
bunches of magnificent show this to be the beginning
I with several And temperance history
t want of thrift nIUD' statistic *b,w a
from the of sober Producing each wonderful lyied, and part of bU. body blackj
lemons and tangerine oranges a era. want of Increase ia wealth oMamenMirat) with For Sale Cheap.A .
\ Grahamville re-action in a few yean on the drink habit,pf the shock. II* could not talk yet
now the want ol1u.cnue in these same prohibition
wonderful near set 15 "volume
grove Middle and Western people, complete $9 hundred
the New England, in week trait wU
between ptoesrer Freeman state. i *in< 1850, M well\ a* their average thrift each of the International though a we he
1 f in litigation; that prohibition became possible j and the Purl mm Cyclo
the1 '.cunosuy Moral pedia bound in calf for aal )cheap. Call be around. Many were >$be regr
and Long. Of1 lemon ; tanie prescriptive ptrtt U the New.England and
Pattt.sled lUtecMnt that Mala had
to-morrow. Middle State rose to inch an extent that 1' Mr. my at thU office. 4<.kwjan2td pressed at hU wonDr -.

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D\1LY|\ BANNS \' The Growth of Ten Year -1"
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Jf F& Com the South of to-day with the 4 '
I' t ,1 HARRIS, HUltor.' ? There were many accidents land oaauattieV pare \ Line-
". reported on Christmas day. There South often. years ago eaye the Balti news Depot I
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?, OJ'D NUARY7,1889. were conflagrations in many cities and more Jtfanv/acfurrra'/ Record., Popular -
accidents and disasters of' all descriptions. towns ,where then 'were' dreary cotton

In the first issue! of our little flelJe;the ,bustle and life ,of industry, -0- THE PLACE TO FIND 'THEM
the evidences: of wealth, where were decoy
daily we gave an account of a parent STOCK
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4.. being burned to death while taking the amt'dc olatlon; the smoke factories

( feet of Santa Claus at a Christmas tree and whirr of machinery, where was perpetual -AND-- DR. DELOUEST
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for the gratification of his own children. { silence; railroads and thriving
Frightful and sad as. was that picture villages, here were trackless forests and Lowest Prices I -OVM( SIDE SQCARE.)

, : it was not so sad as another one that undeveloped w8. les. OUerte these Of any Store in Southern Florida. UCALA I I I I I i FLORIDA
I comes to us from New York. changes, and remember that this is only -
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On the night of Christmas eve, when the t beginning! I.1 DODD ISRAEL, : : OCALA, FLA.LARGEST 8144S.

nearly every home was turned to merriment There U( no wiping out the fact that Sm Sl-6e

if.i and the merry
bells were heard in all directions, a and a better era. Everything indicates S S. R. BIRDSEY & CO
husband. and a wife tramped the brilliantly that. Even; here in Ocala watch the 0 ,
------- -- illuminated bustle and activity. Progress is written 0 .
The Argentine Republic has recently streets carrying in f -t -0-
tea t}, r contracted with the Baldwin Locomo their arms a dying infant. They were everywhere and when a whole people obQO: 1 Wholesale &
: tive Works of Philadelphia for thirty Jo- honest people out of work, without ate bent on one thing success will absolutely c Retail
*j be athieted. The Soiith's ambition
; comotivo and 300 and friends and without a dollar in the --DEALERS IN_
f R' 'r: passengers freight world. They had now is for empire-and empire she
cars. applied to the various
Y The contract
amounts to
ttf '+ A great deal of attention $000,000, churches and charitable societies but to will have. The whole country recognizes .... ..
." directed to this. A late issue! of the :New York Star 0 Hafllware, & Groceries0
'I no purpose. No pity i \ (
the Argentine Republic\ and it is growing no sympathy, no 8.r
.. XY;, rapidly. relief from anywhere. In all that great says: The South is the richest undeveloped 3 '

city, among the hundreds of thousands part of this continent. Its resources -
Since Georgia and Alamam have in* engaged in celebrating the Savior's have always been underesti 5e.J..
creased: their school birth mated. The energies its people have OCALA, I I. t t FLORID
: funds and the press, not one remembered his text to a Jq 3m 31-8
speaking for the:people, has demanded thin wretched couplecarring; in thei r been too long misdirected! toward agri '
' longer terms better school) houses and arms their load; of love and sorrow! : culture almost exclusively. Rich in coal ;;

S' better,pay for teachers. Tennessee has "And whosoever shall give to drink unto and iron dejusits, its mines are few i its =:- .-... -< -AT-
caught the'infection ahd a growing popular one of -thebe little ones a cup of cold furnaces seal'ce. Its forests are as rich ;. :;:"
0
demand fat becoming strong inthat water only in the name of a disciple, In valuable woods as its fields in various

State for better schools. Better verily I pay unto you, he shall in nowipe staples. Yet manufactures there havenever

schools and more of them is now the lose his reward" The great cathedrals} flourished as in the North and
a cry in every Southern State. and'churches, ablaze with light in out West, solely because enterprise was directed D OL FisfteI'sCan

ward show, were but whiled sepulchers in another course. Northern capitalists j HQ

llecognidng that the 'publb have within. Admission at the lodging- prefer investment in manufacturing

<'t i some rights that even newspapers ought houses were denied them, because the rather than i In agriculturalenterpriseBThe *
,to respect, we announce that the controjversy rules forbade the admission of children, likelihood, therefore, ia that the 0
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with our good Brother Hood i 115endec.l. so the wretched pair( tramped the streets, future development of the SouthernStates

Enough is enough, and we believe everywhere ablaze with light, listeningto will be largely in manufactures. f ci = be found one of the ..!

r t the public has had enough of that. the mocking chimes of Christinas That means a large addition of skilled 1 I

Our good Brother had the first say and bells, until at last the baby died. I laborers to her imputation.{ These labor Y

I we generously accord him the last. That, hearing and in the very sight of thousands nere will naturally come very larirely from I Best
assorted
/ to say the least, is fair. We hope that who were rehearsing outwardly! i the Northern States; and there will In-) i selected and

/ he will look pleasant, whether he is jiar the lessons of the life taught by the low, asa matter of course, a closer affiliationof i trjtJ

/ py or not, and if he ever feels in pe Savior, this story was enacted when the ; Southern and Northern men than

?1 j "t / humor; to feed us on pop c"n In the future least of His commandment would have : has ever existed before. A better knowledge most desirable priced

r t; *I that he will not spoil it by undertaking caved this life from r tlehln :and would of each other will follow this asso >

:' to choke: us with the cob. We have been a joy unspeakable to the elation. Prejudices that have existed: for C

W' with our neighbor and his paper no unkind heartbroken and wretched parents. years to divide them will disappear A Stock of Dry Goods

y ness, and that it will be delivered I Ifrom"pestllenceandfamineandsudde Well may Hood have written t "Alas, community of interest will tend to tJ ,

n for the rarity of Christian charity." closer union, sectionalism will cease .

death. Now foj the upbuilding of to distract aid letard! the South: The In the '

Ocala, the,success, of the Semi-Troplcal( ( THE LADDER OF PROSPERITY. great fortunes to be made in the next City.
t 1f. and everything tbat worketh for quarter of a century will be found in the d 81 dec 4 m \
good Starting with Courage and Grit, "The yA 2I
South. Her will
Let us make it possible for (Qcala to say railway system be ;
World" Has
'rk: to the world j "Behold l'' how good, and I Climbed Well, and the greatly augmented by the industrial de-
Top Not Yet Reached.
l' pleasant It is for even two rival news elopiuent already forahadowed. -THE-

paper*to live together on amicable and A Pleasing! Pictorial of the Un- .
friendly terms. paralleled) Growth of The H'or/dV'/ Un Meeting of the Woman' State Mislonarjr -
der ltd Present Jtenat' pmf'nt-tt Annual Society. Anti Mono'
H o oly Drug ;
Circulation Has frown in Five
"$ Peru' Dig no "nz". Years From Twelve Millions to One This distinguished body of Florida's ,
'" Peru struck rich vein of wealth In hundred and Four Millions; on Novem noble minded and Christian hearted 1 CDU

her guano beds and just as they are her 0th were Printed and Sold More women convened in annual session at rr1tJ -
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f, about >jiving out Jt has been discovered flea Half a Million I t. Citra, yesterday. The attendance was b
Itccnrd Has Not
that\ the,whole coast is a solid mass of PI u<.ky as Kver: "The 11ek 1 Cor walled- the largest in the history of its gather ar SEED STORE

nitrate of halo, worth in ,the market Its Neighbors Cordial New' Year InKS :alias Ella Tydingsr! the bright,

from $40 to $60 per ton. A t-'Orfl'sl'w n- irft'tillfo and Cheerfully' Calls Down) n I beautiful, sweet and charming Christian -WILL TAKE-
dent writes; to Them-"COME ON!I" daughter of Rev R. M. Tydings, of Anthony :

.They fay It will take t'iahtof ten ref The Illustration is very amusing and was an applicant for missionary 00 No Second PlaceCOMPLETENESS

J.' thrice to JUg it,away. 1'obodyknow s shone admirably the progress the World work in, Brazil. She passed, a highly ?
J'"' bow the nitrate was formed under the has made under Mr. Joseph Pulitzer'sownership creditable examination and found com p a -IN-

sands of this desert. Shovelling; off the and policy of creating anewitpaper petent. Her recommendation<< goes to OF STOCK
fcaifd'yoapotna to a Bourse 'of( aun.bakidclayf1 not running an organ the General Mission Board for confirm rr1
e and nnder-this is 'a bed of whit'
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material, like melting marble, and soft i JacknonvlHe'ii '. Public Dulflllng.W. Miss Byrd, of Tallahassee, was I.lion. in I Quality of Goods and Low Prices.

\, as ch ete. It is about four or five feet .. are glad Jackson\! ft to have a attendance.' '
thick;and 1* broken up by crow bArs and fine Oar county was largely represented i. -oGOODS .
D ground.. A solution ,from it I I. run into 'public building A Tlmei-Vnion'$ ;
t! vat4 of sea water and crystallitation is special l says that tlu t-upc'rylslDK| architect I. Loves Ocala and the Banner.;, en JOBBED !Io 1 '
t "}-caused. The ultimate result is an iodine will soon adv! "rt: .so for bid*. The BRUNSWICK 15 .
Jan. 3
,' J88'! ,
of commerce coating as much per ounce following 'description of (the building
i
t 'at the saltpetre1 brings per hut dretJ- will be of Interest Mr. Fi J:. Hnnit, Ocala. Fla.t Sw Located) next: door to Flret Xttiont. Bank.-
t<* of
many our ,
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weight. The highest grade goes to the Alirbavechditwl '
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readers: :; my headquarter to 8m 81-83,
powder mills, the next to the chemical .
work, 'and the third to the fertiliser On the second floor will b.. the office tile city would 1,' ol'PI."t"tllf you would I -t '!
.t t factories., of the Clerk.' Judsre. DitricL-Attorn- forward the IUNKK here. Though_. ::I. "
; Marshal and grand jut Y, and; courtroom30x55 --- -- I.i -A .
feet. f Ocala (* nolongtr my home, I am alwaysxlad COMPLETE: LINE- ,I

Prohibition In Iowa. On the third flo>.r hill be the office to note her l progress so faithfully -OFHARDWARE- I
i e Toe Supreme Court of Iowa in dferer- of the Collector of Inleina) llmenuu !given in your well written columns, andI
mined that there shall be absolute and Collector of Custom:! *, In the basement will ever remember with gratification R RIGHT' ,
prohibition are for tlu- boilers and j jSas
spares fuel
,
4.: In that State and no drunken* storage. the warm friendship M generously extended ,

ness at all if the exclusion: of alcohol The style cf the building l I.. Italian to me by many of her noble cit In seeking to get the best and
will prevent l it.. It decides that any Romanesque) and is to be t built of shell Bens WUMngyoa and your paper,much most Doors\Blin :

1 drink that contains any alcohol, however concrete for with the brick wliidom and. terracotta rind do'l( trimmings And. happiness in the year 1SS9, J remuin for your money, l 8'

I wn&ll. is intojti&iting& under the existing friezes for the cornice etc The roof is yours, N. E3LASUr. -BUT- ,,J, ) '
P'' prohibitory laws of the State. to have a large projection and to be coy -AT_ "
., The question arose In considering a cage eied with tiled -', .. Farmer Alliance. A.
E. :) ;:
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't t from the trial court, which held that a AXTHOMT, FLA., Jan. 7, 1S89. RIGHT DELOUST., '
I General Boulaoger} : delivers an addressto .
'certain drink called The annual
"Cummings" was the meeting of the Farmer SmSl-W
electors of the department
of the i
t- i not intoxicating Chemical ,analysis Sceine,and in reply to the attack of his Alliance will be held in Jacksonville; on In your selection' of a trading place I?

showed that It contained but S per cent. aaaallanta,that he had Tuesday, the 15th, Inst There will be You say you trade with .
imperial
'St. of alcohol, and the chemists: testified rations and desired to'see the Republic aspira- I no 'pa postponement change: of place. RO WELL ? CE I?. BREWER, <&: 'C0aHEADQUARTERS' ,

\!z that Ita enjoyment did not have an intoxicating overthrown, says; Brethren U. W. Long :Ii. C- MartiDand f '..
effect upon the average The Republican leaders had confidence Trustee Stock: Holders of the ex o
drinker, although It might have such an In my ReitubUcanism when they opened change take notice. A. P.'BASEIX,
Influence if taken |'D large quantities by to me the doors of the Cabinet I dec7 Vice Pros. State Alliance.R. RIGHT U Rock _FOB- i

persons wholly unused to. alcohol.!. The challenge the Republicans to Dam a .
Supreme Court held that in the meaning single act or profession in which I have E. :\ Qeala rlam- PIANOSAND
not plainly supported{ the Republic. But bers. Call and examine heir,tine et -.0-
\, of the law It was not essential what 'e1- I desire, as Prance decree, something and get good work at reasonable price I

ect the alcohol might have upon the besides combination, besides, ambitionand d 3Jdeclm. ROWELL'S Is the place for the. .l'
lrinker.. Alcohol "was Intoxicating and greed. France thirft for justice, for Beat'and
.!equity for dllntertedne<<: 9. Ticket For Bait,, the cheapest. lie 'Musical Instruments
frmained BO,b 0 matter how much dila I I
has the
.,"\ CumrnlD ntainedalcobofthers! The Siml-TropicalJ building is Bearing From Waycroastot: incIa'atii nn ail only Shoe. Store
February 4, 18S9. ,Inquire Montela.ma in Marion
\it 1VU In catfDl under the 1ar+. completion /. Hotel' dlt County. OCALA, ? : ? FLA.
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The following Growth splendid for showing 1888.. of the THE OCALA HOUSE. : d

growth of Ocala fof the year 1SSS whichwe Qtno t OnaI Bank
Fit
gave to our readers on New Year's --I ,
day, and for which we are indebted

}{r.N. Na hane.is worth reproducingand : 6CALA, ,
The Hotel l ofthe
which we do for the purpose of Leading City. Ocala, .. Florida.. .
ing any inaccuracies that may be corr'Ct.1 ,
in it. If any inaccuracies -.L'iD- I 0<1 No. 3470. po I

made, or improvements omitted we ,
hope that they will be pointed out to us | i A t ? flt ; 'I
as the article will appear in a pamphlet UNSURPASSED IN APPOINTMENTS TO ANY IN THE STATE! .

which we have in preparation and the

statements which we want to have I 44 4+ 'I .

accurate: .. ., '
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Ocala Waterworks.......... .,.._......$75,00000 Inside and Out '
Int ..Semi-Tropical Exposition......... 30,000 00 Thoroughly Repainted Paid Up Capital, rr;r Authorized Capital), "
Ocala House! Improvements.........-. 25,000: 00 .
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Merchant National Bank... ..,,....._... 18,000 00 850,000. $150,000.MT.lt.COl'Clt.V.I'reo.
D. A.filler...M.M....................?................ 13,00000 -AND- 1 'i :,
Street paving improvements................ .000 00 REFITTED THOROUGHLY WITH ELEGANT FURNITURE K.: \ ; .. I t'; ,
... 7 I
C.RhelnauerA BI'OII..M. 10,000 00 : : ,
City Market..... ....... ......................... 4,0no 00 M.M. I V M V :
W.C. Jeffords............................. .... 6,000 00
Electric Light Co..........................-..-?...... 9,00000 1 ({) (T) i M1;
Dr. R. D. Thompson.................?........ 8,000 00 1 1 _
D A )11l1er,residence............................. 3,500 00 BEAUTIFUL LAWNS AND CROQUET GROUNDS !! ,
R.L. Anderson, residence.......,......_,. 8,500 00 : .
S. R. Blrdsey,residence...............,.. ..... 3,500 00 C.A.cIII f
A McIN TYRE. :: :: :: ::
II Dr. Deloosst,residence.......................... 3,500 00
Wm. Fox residence..........-.................. 3,500) 00 --1--
D. C.W. Smith, three residences.- 7,000 00 0
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Colored School building.........._........ 6,000 00 SURPLUS 7,000.0
Dr Moody residence..................... .....?. 8.0UO())) 00 ..' FOR TERMS APPLY TO : : : : L. M. THAYER, MANAC.ER.
T.W.Harris, residence.-....................... 2,100 oo OCALA, '. ,. FLOKIDA.NO. .
L. Dozier residence.... .... ... ._..... 2,500 00 One of the finest and best equipped b.inktnir housm in the State owned by tho ,
n. W.Chandler residence.- -....-.............. 2,000 00 3rp31: F6, bank. We have special facilities making Collections on all ativNsiblo! points.
Yonge Bros....-....................._....:........ 2ooo ooE. We will extend every courtesy and favor to our customer consistent with eels'
W.Agnew,improvemente...... .... 2,000 00 3,815.THE .-- oankingand shall Rive prompt and careful attention<< to nil business entrusted to us
D.'E. Mclver.._....._??........-.......-...-.. 1,00000 I I We solicit your DANK ACCOUNT and all business In our line, and
E.L.Root. 3,500 00 guarantee entire satisfaction.
C.:B.:Gale::.::..:::::::::::::::--:::.:::::.::::::?:. 8,000 00 '! E MERCHANTS' NATIONAL BANK{

J.W. Needham, residence............. ....... 1,500 00 CORRESPONDENTS
llerbet Anderson.....-.....................:...... 1,600 00 Importers & Traders National Dank, New York, N. Y.;
R. E. ''..then..... ........-......................... 1,60000 outhern Bank of Georgia, Savannah. .
F.C. W.Williams..............................-. 1,500 00 OF OCALA I
jr.0.Reardon,improvement.............. 1,000 00 .
C. 11.Brewer...........................-.........-.?. 1,00000 *a:? Special Correspondent iu all important cities in the West.
I :E.Spencer............................................. 1.000 00 t dec9 J 4
Episcopal Church................................. 1,00000 ; Successor to Bank Of Ocla, ; \
.IiI I W.C. Jeflerds: ........................................ 1.200 00 I I t
.... Bullock &Davis .........................-......_ 1,00000 CAPITAL STOCK S5OOOO.OOSURPLUS W. W. CONDON'S \
W.H.Chaille...............................-....... 1,6"0 00 I.. .
Bullock.-............._...... ........ 1.000 00 3,000.00
Dr.Ray J. C. Ferine...................?--..-........ 2.500 00) ...............---.-.........- ;; New, \ Jewelry\\ Store
John Dozier................................._... 1,700 UOr JNO. F. DCNX, Pretideitt. WEIHELKADS:
Monteiuma Improvements.................. 1,000 00 Shint-s replete with everything in i
)[.M.Ltttl:..?.._.................................... boo 00 E. P. DISMCKE, Vvx-Prtsident, IN'THE-- his lin('. Call and examine.
.: WOOD R. McCoNNELt, Actlng-Cathitr for i
0.C. Rhlneauer S. ,two cottages..............-.... 600 00 ) yourself. \
r OU Green......';..... ....-....-.-.-.-.. 700 00 Well\ Clock String for Musical: Instruments a \, k j j8Peal
Col.E.Badger .........-....................?..._ TOO 00 :BOARD OF DIRECTORS.:-- G Jewelry( \\ C lty. '
F.0. Boynton?......?................?............. 5O. JNO. F. DUNN, E. P. DISMUKESJ. Allork on repair of Clocks and Watches t
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.w:Martin,residence.........-....._.... 1,0(1000 C. PERINE HARVEY KNIGHT IT Guaranteed.Rhelnauor's "'
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.0. Total...............................................8r0.HO0! ) 00 CHAS. RHEINADER, W I. ANDERSON, LI I N E I d-c3J.&m Old Stand. ,
ISRAEL BROWN, R. O. WRIGHT, :
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J. A. EINSTEIN. ; \ SNOWDIJN A DicFAIiGANk ,
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Partner Wanted. J5T"General: Banking Business Transacted Collections: promptlymade. nCIUtlrtSllcelalt_ ) -DIALEM IN

Safe and profitable business $3,000 to Correspondence solicited. ALL KINDS OF FUKNITUUK.:. .
15.000 wanted to meet the groVing Correspondents : --(I.o<'ATltD ON WKHT SIUB OP SqrARE)7'" t,
trade and extend same.
demand of smst"SS9 -0-
None but reliable parties and those who National Park Bank of 2ew Y.orl. J/atmc Aattona bank.of Motion. THEY INVITE; IJfHUCfIOIC or THEIR Oonrirr*%
.j' can command the spot cash need apply. National Sank of Savannah Georgia. STOCK AND Low rBum. I'' ,
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This will beau \ Exposition Fomological, Horticultural and Agricultural products Florida, and her soils, timbers, wood, minerals and live stock, and in addition article
of ral interest from all States and countries. Entry is open to the world for the display of products.. No charge for entries nor '. space for the products omanufactures r
and products ge .
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UniWdI o(; tee.1 Experimental: o'I'improvement I' and development I of prodacfa indigenous to t b'section' bat been located Contiguous to our exposition grounds.. *.*

The I-We invit exhibits of all descriptions, particularly those pertaining to the arts, mechanics and agriculture, guaranteeing uniform courtesy to all exhibitors.. <. -
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,i V; : OCALA' A SAD CHUIHTMA8 sr'1w.. -" YOU WANT GOODS IN THE-
DULY The Growth ofTen Year ": '----TllEDnaIaJOVfS- 'i"
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t'. ',P.'E., ,HARRIS' Editor.. $ There were many accidents and casualties Compare the South to-day with the -Drug I Line- '
: '\ reported on Christmas day. There South often, years ago'bays the Baltimore Depot

; '. ..'; MO)1'bA 3;::JA2VUd RY 7, :;;9. were conflagrations in many cities and .J/anv/acturfri' Record, Popular j -
< cotton
towni where
.... accidents and disasters ot'atf descrip then were dreary :
;\ \.;1';'''" bone In'' the first issue of our little Gelds; the bustle and life of industry, -0- THE PLACE TO FIND 'THEM

,f. daily we an account of the evidences of wealth! where were decay :
.: gave a parent STOCK
.. -IS
i LARGEST AT-
"'tfIF and demolition factories
the smoke
I, c 1 being burned (to death while taking the ;

.! \...... :,Y I..f" :, ,:.i \ partof Santa Claus at a Christmas tree and whirr of machinery, where was perpetual -ANDLowest .- DR. DELOUEST
: : : I( for the gratification of his own children. | silence; railroads and thriving
'.t..1.", ". .:,,:.'' '\: Frightful and sad as was that pictureit villages; where were trackless forests and Prices 1 -(WEST SIDE SQUARE.)-'

\. .( .", ,.. was not eo sad! as another one that. undeveloped wastes. Observe these Of any Store In Southern Florida OCALA I I I t' I I FLORIDA
-r- ;''t.... : comes to us from New York. changes, and remember that this is only -0- :3m 81
; ,,". On the night of Christmas eve, when the t beginning! I. DODD ISRAEL, : : OCALA, FLA. 9

4 4G nearly every home was turned,to merri- There is no wiping out the fact that 3m 3168a.

ment and the merry chimes: of Christ the South has entered upon a new era -

mas bells were heard in all directions, a and a better era. Everything indicates S. RSBIRDSEY&CO.

husband and a wife tramped the brilliantly that. Even here in Ocala watch the o ,,
The -- illuminated streets bustle and activity. Progress' is written 0 -0- .
;: ; Argentine Republic has recently carrying in
'v .. contracted wlth.the Baldwin their arms a dying infant. They were everywhere and when a whole people ob
i ; tive Works of Philadelphia for thirty Locomo Jo- honest people' out of work, without ate bent on one'thing' success will abso- Wholesale & Retail

r ,comotive and 300 and friends and without a dollar)) in the lutely be achieved. The Sonth's ambi- 0 --DEALERS IX_
paaaengerB freight
world. They had tion now is for empire-and empire she
p cars.. The contract amounts to applied to the various
A great deal of attention is directed 1000,000.. churches. and charitable societies, but to will have. The whole country recognizes .8......Z
to .. 0 Hartlware &
Groceries
thin. A late issue of the New York Stat'sa's
k
; j the Argentine Republic and it is growing no purpose. No pity, no sympathy, no .bI..... \
rapidly. :; relief from anywhere. In all that great : The South is the richest undeveloped (JQ

city, among the hundreds of thousands part of this continent. Its resources -0- --

Since Georgia and Alamatn have Increased engaged in celebrating the Savior's have always been underesti IIt .
. r d, their school 1 funds and the press, birth, not one remembered his text to mated. The energies of its people hate OCALA, I I. I I FLOniD3m 31-8
;
't' r' .speaking for the,'people, has, demanded this wretched couplecarrying In' thci r been
:. longer terms, better school houses and I arms their load' of love and sorrow almost exclusively. Rich in coal ....:.

ws* better, pay for' teachers.. Tennessee has "And whosoever shall give to drink unto and iron deposits, its mines are few, Its : t- -< -ATlB. --

4 canght the-Infection ahd a growing pop one of -thefte! little ones a cup of cold furnaces xcarcn. Its forests are as rich 111.... t:'"
: ular' demand is' In valuable woods as its fields in various
becoming strong in tenor only in the name of a disciple,
rF that State for better school Betterschools verily ray unto you, he shall in nowlpp staples. Yet manufactures there have t?
' and lose his reward. The never flourished as in the North and .ag.
more of them is now the great (' =
cry in every Southern State. and churches, ablaze with light in out sWest, solely because enterprise was directed FisfteI't

.y ward show, were but whited sepulchers in another course. Northern capitalists 0 oo
I y Recognizing that the public have within. Admission at the lodging : prefer investment in manufacturing OW 0

j some.righto! that even newspapers ought houses were denied them, because the rather than in agricultural enterprise-

J .' ,to respect, we announce that the controversy rules forbade the admission of children, The likelihood, therefore, is that the

.,-. with our good Brother Hood i in eo the wretched pair tramped the streets, future development of the Southern
ended. Enough is enough, and we believe everywhere ablaze with light, listeningto States; will he largely in manufactures. f c= Can be found one of the ,

the public has had enough of that the mocking chimes of Christmas That means a large addition of skilled l

Our good Brother had the first say and bells, until at hut the baby died. I laborers to her population. These I labor,

wegerierouslyaccord him the last That, hearing and in the very eight of thou nere, will naturally come very largely from
Best
assorted
r to say the least, is fair. We hope that sands who were rehearsing} outwardlythe the Northern States; and there will follow ) i. selected and

he will look pleasant, whether he Is Jla lessons of the life taught by the asa matter of course) a closer affilia- trjCtJ

. i py or not, and If he ever feels in pe Savior, this story was enacted when the tionof Southern and Northern men than )

t I ,humor to feed us on pop cAn in the future least of ills commandments' would have has ever existed before. A better knowledge 6'i most desirable priced '

that he will'not spoil it by undertaking saved this life from perj hinj and would of each other will follow this association -* >

to choke us with the cob. We have been a Joy unspeakable to the Prejudices that have existed for c*

with our neighbor and bis paper no unkindness heartbroken and wretched parents. years to divide them will disappear A Stock of Dry Goods

V : and that It will be delivered 1 Well)) may Hood have written{ : "Alas, community of interests will tend to I .

f pestilence. .and t'amll1eand sudden for the rarity of Christian charity.:' closer union, and' sectionalism will cease 5 .
death.." Now for the upbuilding of distract aid retard the South; The 1
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In the
Ocala, the.success! of the Semi-Tropical THE LADDER OP PROSPERITY.Starting great fortunes to be made in the next 3 City.
{ f and everything that worketh for good quarter of a century will be found in thefckmth. > d 81 dec 4 m
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Let us make it possible for Qcala to with Courage and Grit, "TheWorld" Her railway system will be stt '
say
, 4 Has Climbed Weil, and. the J
to the world: "Behold how good and greatly augmented by the industrial development
Not Yet
Top Reached.
'ry pleasant It is for even two rival newt already forshadowed." ; -TH] -

paper'to live together\ on amicable and 1 A Pleasing! Pictorial History of the Unparalleled .
friendly' terms. Growth of Tfie Worlfi"' Under Meeting of the Woman's State 1\11.- '
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..-., Peru's IIIK DonanzA. Circulation Has( Grown In Five This distinguished body of Florida's i iIonopo1y Drug :
Years From
Twelve Millions to One ,
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..>, .iVru+struck n rich vein of wealth I Iher In hundred'and Four Millions; on Novem noble minded and Christian hearted : HfTI
guano beds and just as they are berGth were Printed and Sold Moretlmii women convened in annual session at -AND- -
about (giving out it has been discovered Half a Million Copltsl"'Thil! Citra, yesterday. The attendance was
llfc-ord Has Not
that' the whole coast is a solid tnsss of l'lncky as Ever, "The Been World"Equalled) Gives the largest in the history of its garbs SEED STOREWILL

nitrate of wxl, worth in the market Itn Neighbors a Cordial New' 'ear', dugs silos Ella Tyc.1inlrthe bright, a "

'from |40 to $GO per ton. A corresj y n- (irretlmtand Cheerfully Calls Down beautiful, sweet and' charming Christian EL TAKE-
dent writes; to Them-"COME OX!I" daughter of Rev R. M, Tydlngs, of Anthony q :c

"They' say It will take t'iihtot tencentnrfrs The illustration!'! is very amusing and was an applicant for missionary No Second PlaceCOMPLETENESS
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& to jlig Itaway. Nobodyknows show admirably the progress the World{ /d work in Brazil. She passed a highly! ; ,
; : .\ iiow has made under Mr.; Joseph Pulitzer's 0 -IN-
N the nitrate was formed under tin- creditable examination and found com
) bands of this desert. Shovelling off tho ownership and policy of creating a newspaper petent.. Her recommendation goes to
i rf: '19QJXtn to a,course of un.bako. l not running an organ.Jacksoliyille'.1'ublto the General Mission Board for confirm fTI OF STOCK
clay anti nnuer',,THIS laa i>eu or wane! Hon. Miss Tallahassee n
material, like melting marble, and soft IlulUllng. .Byrd, was i in Quality of Goods and Low Prices.
'\ as ch etie. It is about four or five ftletthlckland'l We are glad Jacksonville ft to hAa attendance. : -
; ; broken* up bye'crowbars and Our county was largely represented. -0GOODS .
fine
to, ground., A solution from it Is run into public building A Tlmfi'Union'ispecia ;
.1 sea 'water, and crystallization I is says that the1 t-ujxrviiing an'hitt'd Loves Ocala: and the Banner;, w JOBBED Z0 '
j t'"t'v&tiised. The ultimate result is an iodine will soon adv*>rt.w fur bid. The BRUNSWICK HA
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'of commerce costing .much per ounce following'I description of the buiMin i
t the saltpetre' ,: Mr. f> 1'. Harrit (kola. HII.
aa, brings per hundred will be of interest to of Located next door to First National Bank-
weight.l The; highest grade goes to the many"I our .-\l/ha\'Q thane-1, ,
readers' :; Iny headquarter to 8m
: 81-89.
: powder mills, the next to the chemical '
works, and the third to the fertiliserfactories. i On the second fl.ior will b" the office!* tliU citY W' uld ,-.. o.til.'etllr0l1\ { wouldforward
It ." of the Clerk Jude DiMrici-Attoruey, the }U>NKK here.: Though ::I. I
Marshal! feet.F and grand jUlY, a>id! court-room Ocala JH nolongir my 'home, lam alwaysglad -A COMPLETE: LINK- J; i

Prohibition In Iowa. On the third HOT Mill be the offices ) to note her progress so faithfully -oF- '
Toe Supreme Court of Iowa in derer- of the Collector of Intelra] Ibnenuu riven in your well written columns and I:
mined that there shall be absolute and Collector of Custom., In the basement I will e\r remember with gratification U R RIGHT .
prohibition .
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are spaces for tlu boilers, fuel! and HARDWAREAT ;
the
t, In that State and no drunken storage. warm friendship FO ttuierouely extended << .
nee at all It the excluHion of alcohol The style of the building i I... Italian to me by many of her nob) .citizens. I. In seeking to get the best and !
will prevent It: It decides that any Romanesqne and is to be built of ..hellcont'l'f'te' WUhingyou end' your pnper,much m oat Sas

. 1 drink that contains any alcohol, however mines for with the brick windows and terra nn l cotta docusnnd trim happiness In the 1'ar' 1S89, )J i remain i for your money, ,Doors\Blin l lldS s'
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small U intoxicating under the existing friezes for the cornice, etc. The roof ito is yours, N. EKul'lLo -BUT- JI I 1
prohibitory laws of the State. have large projection and to be coy .
The question arose In considering a cafe cued with tiles. .... Farcqen' Alliance. A. E. "
+ from the trial court whl li' held that a General ANTHONY, FIA., Jan. 7, 1889. R U RIGHT DELOLJST.8nisi49! .
Boulanger. : : delivers an address ,
'certain drink called Th annual ;
"Cummlngs" wasI meeting of the Farmer
to the.electors of the department of the ;
I ; not Intoxicating., Chemical Alliance will be held in Jacksonville In your selection of
a
,analysis Scelne' ,and in reply to the attack of his on trading place .
fthow"d that It contained but 3 per cent. assailants that he had Tuesday, the pith, Inst ''There will be You say you trade with
imperial
of alcohol, and the chemists testified rations and desired to"see the Republic asplra- no 'postponement or change pf place.Brethren ROWELL Y C. F. BREWER & CO. '.

that its enjoyment did not have an In- overthrown \\. W, tang, II. C. Martinand ...
says; '
nA toxlcallng effect the Trustee Stock Holders of -0RIGHT-
upon average The the ex
1 l Republican leader confidence
drinker, although It might have such an in my UfixiblU-anism when they opened change take notice. A. BASKIV' HEADQUARTERS' '

Influence if taken|fa large quantities- ,. to me the doors of the Cabinet. I dec Vice Prey State Allian re. U R -FOE_ I
persons wholly unused to. alcohol The challenge the Republicans to name a
.. 1 Supreme Court held that In the meaning single act or profession In which I have R. E. YONGt;: A C)., The Ocata Dauibers. PIANOSAND
not plainly the Republic. But Call and examine their fine stock -0- ,
of the law it was not essential what 'effect I desire, as France desires, something and vet good: work at reasonable price .
thr alcohol might Lave upon the bede! combination, besides ambition d 3Jdechu RO\VELL'8 is the place for the I1Knsical )
Drinker. Alcohol 'was Intoxicating and and greed. France thirsts for justice, forequity (
for alslntetedne' Ticket For Sale Best'and the Cheapest. He :
J I Instruments t
ho how I
maimed so, matter much diluH has I
the
From not only Shoe Store'
ntalnedalcobolthere.} The is WaycroMto Cincinnattl h
CummlDJ SIml-Tropical building
Hearing
February 4, 1S89. Inquire MootelQ- In llarion
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\it JotMcatlng under bt lax.aelo County
w was | completion ma Hotel. due axon i80 OCALA : : I FLA.

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The following Ocala's Growth splendid tot showing 1888. of the THE OCALA HOUSE.

growth of Ocala for the year 1883, which mnc'. Flist Xa1naI Bank
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day, and for which we are Indebted to
)[r.N. Nathans',Is worth ) OCAiAOcala ,
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which we do for the purpose of correcting Leading e City '- Florida.. ,
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any inaccuracies that may be found .
In it. If any inaccuracies have been -.\\D- o4:I No. 3470 E*_' '
made, or improvements' omitted, we
hope that they will be pointed out to us _
as the article will appear in a pamphlet UNSURPASSED IN APPOINTMENTS TO ANY IN THE STATE! j

which we have in preparation and the .

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Ocala Water Workt................ ....:??.....$75,000 00 Thoroughly Repainted Inside and Out t
Int.and Semt-Troplcal Exposition.! ...... 30,000 00 Paid Up Capital n Authorized Capital, "
OcAla House lmprovemente.w 35,000 00 '
Merchant National Bank............ .... 1S.OOO 00 $50,000. $150,000.I
D. A.Miller.......?............................._?...13,000 00 -AND- ,
Street paying Improvements-............_. 8,000 00 REFITTED THOROUGHLY WITH ELEGANT FURNITURE 1'.1v.AONEWYre.. yf 1 tI.II.C111CIIY.l're. I .. }
C.RhelnauerA Bros.............. .... 10,000()( 00 : :.
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City Market............................. ......_ ,0110" 00
,,_.C. Jeffords...........................?......-..._? 6,000 00 I :R-:; I4
Electric Light Co...........................-...... 9,00000
Dr. R. D. Thompson! ............................. p.00000 T 1SURPLUS "
D A Millet,reeidente............................. 3,600 00 BEAUTIFUL LAWNS AND CROQUET GROUNDS !! -. -. r
R.L. Anderson, residence..............._.. 8,60000 .
8. R. Blrdney, residence.................?..... 3,5 Dr. Delocsst,residence........................... 3,500 00
\Vm. Fox residents...........?................. 3,500 l( 00 --I--
D. C. W. Smith,three residences............ 7,00 00 s
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Colored School building............-..... ,.. 5,0(10> 00 7,000.00
Dr. Moody, residence...................... ..?.... 8,0110() 00 .. FOR TERMS APPLY TO : : : : L. M. Til AVER, 1A U T.W. Harris, residence...?............-...... 2,10000 OCALA, '. ,. FLOItlDA.
L. Dozlcr, residence....-....?...-.--?.w... 2,500 00 One of the finest and best equipped banking honors in tho State ow'IKH! by tho
H. W.Chandler, residence.2.0UO 00 3ni31_ -M._ bank. We have special facilities for ranking): Collections on nil am-Hslble points. } ,
Yonge Bros........................?..._....?....... 2/xiO( 00 We will extend) every courtesy and favor to our customer consistent with Mile
E. W.Agnew Improvemeuts.................. 2,000 00 -NO. 3,815.THE .-- winking,and shall Rive prompt and careful attention to all business entrusted to us
D.''E. Mclver.._......._....................._ 1,0(1000 We solicit your BANK ACCOUNT and all business In our line, and t
E. L.Root.....-........................................ 3,500:\ 00 guarantee entire satisfaction. w S
C.B.Gale....... ...............-.. ...............- 3,00000 I EMM NATIONAL BANK d
J.Vf. Keedham, residence..................... 1,500 00 1 CORRESPONDENTS : ,
Herbet Anderson.....-....................."..-.... 1,50100 Importers & Traders National Hank New York, N. Y.; t
R. Eo wathen..... ................................... 1,60000F. outhern Bank of Georgia, Savannah. I,
.C. W.Williams......................-.......,... 1,500 00 OF OCALA (
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J.O. Reardon Improvements 1,00000 .
C. II.Brewer..........................-.........-. 1,000 00 *a? Special Correspondents! in all important cities in tho West.dec9 .
Spencer.............................................. 1.000) 00 i ,
Episcopal\ Church........................?...-.. 1,000 00 : Successor to Bank or flcla. : -
1 W.C.JeSerds: ........................................ 1,200< 00
Bullock &Davis.........................-.-...w.. 1.00000r CAPITAL STOCK{ S50OOO.OO W. W. \
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Bullock................... ......_.?........ 1,00100 SURPLUS, 3,000.00
Dr.Ray J. C. Ferine.............-............-...- 2.500 01 ..............-.--.......- New Jewelry Store
John Dozier..:.. .............._..........._... 1,70100 JNO. F. DUNN, Preiideiit. WE I H E
' Montezuma Improvements..... ............? 1,000 (K Shinc replete with t everything in ,
M.M.JJttle.............................?.........?..... 800 00 J E. P. DISMUKER, rw" Prtidtnt. -LEADS IN'THE-- hit line.! .Call and examine. '
0.8.&m50000 R. B. CoNNELL, Acting-CatJtier for '0\1r8clr. I
(XRhlneauer,two cottages............-.....- 600 00
1 Otis Green...... !:....._........................ 700 00( Watch Clock k Strings for Musical: Instruments a
Col.E.Badger-................._......._....--. 700> 00 -: BOARD OF DIRECTORS.:- C 1 JcwclrjLINE G Specialty.
F.O. Boynton..................................... 50101 JNO. F. DUNN, E. I). DI8MUKE8 All Work on repair of Clocks and Watches
0. W;Martln,residence...............-....... l.OQQ 00 J. C. PERINE, HARVEY KNIGhiTCHAS. Rhd.Rhoinauor's. .%

Total.........................?...................I* .IO) 00 RHEINACER, WM. ANDERSON, I ,ca1.amRepairing Old Stand.'
ISRAEL BROWN R. G. WRIGHT, :
J. A. EINSTEIN. ; SNOWDIN: A MCFARLANEDIALIM : rj '4
Partner Wanted. General Banking Business Transacted Collections: promptlymade. : a SpecialtyLOCATED IK

Safe and profitable business', $3,000 to Correspondence sol cited, '-o- ALL KINDS OF FUIINITUK1&&, I
15,000 wanted to meet the gr wlng Correspondents : '-( : ON Wt. T SlDK OK f FQVAItE-) j n
demands of trade and extend same SmSl-M -0"I.
.. None but reliable parties and those who Rational Park Bank of New York.: MavtncK Aationa bad of I Ro ton. TIIBY INVITK lnnrtcrioN or TIIKIB VoMr"lTa-" '
can command the spot! cash need apply. Rational Bank of Savannah Georgia.
STOCK Low Pal II."u
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This will bev 1 Exposition Pomological, Horticultural and Agricultural products Florida, and her soils, timbers, woods, .minerals and live stock, and in addition arUel' !;fx''
of geJ rat interest from all States and countries. Entry is open to the world for the display of its product: No charge for entries nor ( space forthe product oKites t. :
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manufactures The United o f ,'k Experimental: Station for improvement I and development of produces l \ indigenous to't hI section has been !located contiguous to our exposition grounds... I I'Ve j 1 ,

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C. W, BELL, BE., General Manager. S. MAYO, Treasu ; J. O. OLAKK Secretary.* '

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1, 1ft t' kJ." arrives!. In Ocaiiu.Freight ...__...-...607 t. x. ,
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1:87 __.Martell.. ..... 785JJbO: :
a 5 .u. 154 ...._.Le Roy."........ ,N. : ..,.
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1108 .OulfluncUon....' :: 5:IS :: DrugWHOLESALE ,' '
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(hind quarter) ............ 1250. <, .
tore .. ... 10o. .
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Florida mutton- ........ 15c. -0- '
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Lain and Borloln ........... '- o.Hog1 -ALL KIKH8 OF- : .
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14a.e'--. 'Mr. Jno. rL. blath eeon of C'andler We handle none but the fineat brand of cigar
Headquarters for Wall Paler\ and Uardep txedi.
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WHIQHT fc FRAZKII,
litu ben visiting; during( the past Rimtuur -
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tbe ensues of his childhood In Ka. h8 :rOe BoffuMLoan&Trusti

gland and Scotland and Mid had it not t 1

been for the fearful yellow fever rex>rU

that crossed "the big |ond)," he would GEORGE McKAY,

have disposes l ( of lots of lands and ARCIIITECT AND BUILDER, t.f .

brought' over taany settlers... At it was, DE..IOA, P F TDATls7urniahed (0)

a a he made A goon Impression, Bold! several! i" .- on AppUctUon- :

tracts; wish commission to improve o INCORPORATED JUNE 1st 18.Pi :Q ;

a same. Candler is getting many acc.ee Omci-RttiDixci : i i Orau and is steadilymarching OCALA. FLORIDA r '.
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progreaa and prosperity. .; Capital_._._.._._ .._.._......._.. ... ... .... 2000 ,

I Fruit Growers for! Tallahaaaee.afternoon E. B. RICHARDSON. ,tTIIE ..". .,...... U J Surplus>MVm.., .....--- .. .... .. _.-.....-.. 000. ..
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i FL.. largely) attended and ten gentlemen were -_ (For first six mouths' business to Noi-ember 30,. 1888.) I ;

named as delegates ibefofe to the go State to Tallahassee llallroad\ Finest Li very In the City0 -_((0)_ a f/ i

and appear

I .- Commission present ft nit Wednesday)rates are. to high say why enough.the LEADING-SALES- STABLE : : : : : STANTON and OCALA, FLtf 7I'Offices

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.arHSTL Sampson, DuPuy and others will
while XXtra will (0)
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1: : ." :* Will loan,money on first'. clasa linproToo.te.1 estate at reasonable rates. Application to be made
stock of JAS. T.,LANCASTER .
.: keeps fresh Stautonf'Florida! '*< .
) J. Owens cigars. Fresharrival. .. to the Secretar .at ; I IF.
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frUit-' weeklT lleadqua sided blleoerquare-. '. ].- I 4 .*V i\ ___ :f" ((0)) '... '
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"' persnced:pa. & w Janl1m. LEADING REAL ESTATE DII.LEB.1 WITH R. L. ANDERSON \ '.
T q CALA tfICE ATTORNEY. :'
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cottage..Speak OCALA i i I | j i FLORIDA
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4' l gotck A neat three Call si\ h" office. 7 4U'4 0. E. U BUFFUM, e-Pre& and,Auditor. 0. E. CONNOR; Seo'y and'Treaa.r .

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