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Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
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Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Banner Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Ocala Marion County Fla
Creation Date: January 11, 1889
Publication Date: 1883-
Frequency: weekly[]
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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.
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4? OCALA, FLA. FRIDAY, JANUARY 11, 1889. ,

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BUDGET OF HOME NEWS HORROR OF HORRORS. What the County Astensor's Book.. A Nice Come Off.

Death and Destruction Strewn allOver Say for 1888. The editor of the Voiet, the'\ leading'BENJAMIN & FOX

j C. L. BITTING KR.City Editor. Pennsylvania. That our readers may keep fully posted organ of the prohibitionists, claims that

I on the progress and gradual development during the last Presidential campaign) its
A Fearful Cyclone Does the Terrible t
Judge McConathy Is attending Confer- and prosperity of the county and subscription list, covering 50,000 name

ence at Bartow. Work. note its growth, and the enhanced valueof was stolen and purchased by Quay and

> Its real and personal property, we give Clarkson, they knowing. it to have been The Holidays are Past !
: Mr. Webster of Missouri Tuesday night disastrous
i but tempo a terribly the following interesting and Instructive i stolen. The Voice consumes two whole

/; rarily sojourning in Anthony, was on streets Pa, the most fearful in its '
history
our to-day. cane-
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Crime ------
which Uncovered
were examined 'and accepted by and publishes
1'1'.t. lug the death of and
sixty
.t., Rev. R. L. Wiggins, the beloved pastor 100 over person our> county commissioners at their last autographic letters from Clarkson and TRI: RUHR IH' ovnit.Wo .
It in
being frightfully injured.
A of the Methodist church, has been sent Its usual funnel shape and was 200 came feet meeting. Value of real and personal Dudley, under the following startling,

,' .' elsewhere by the Conference. property, $4,957,377.44. The 1-mill school headlines: < e.
wide and gathered up everything in its
tax that to Tallahassee for general
goes
.: The Tampa Journal says' that Ocala has track. In the country it unroofed houses distribution is 495739. Total taxes for ..t CRIME VSCOVERED. have settled down to strict bus- d

1 at last the and barns, and rooted up crops. In the ilU'AA, and we mean bushiest
got "epidemlc"-daUy
newtpaper tate purposes, 1980553. County revenue -
in what '
city it touched the Mt. Penn Stove we nay.AVu .
epidemic and bad have. Republican Leadert Receivert Stolen
a epidemic to for general purposes, $9 902.75. For of
Works and cut off the corner slick as a maintaining our public schools $20- Property and AbtUon of Robbert.'
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'l Misses Lula and Alice Vernon, of razor unroofed rolling mills andiron ----
great
407.36.. Road tax, 2504.22, Number of
Elizabethtown Ky. arrived in the
city
furnacies and made
I last Wednesday and are the guests of splinters of them, picked, laying up cars waste happy head of meat and stock cattle in the The Thieivt, Who Stole TItt } 01rt',"Mailing have a Largo Stock orWIQter +

,,le Mrs. T. A. Orr. county, 17,844 ; sheep and goats, 3,256; List Confeu.
homes silk
shattering the im
t factory an
swine horses and mules
9,261 ; 2.927.
Mrs. and Miss Russell,, of Macon, Ga. mense brick brick building covering a Cash value of all animals, 270140. Number Dress Gooas
It it
block and containing at the time 175 Eagerly Poitght by Clarttqn and
Il fere visiting their sister and aunt, Mrs. of male inhabitants over 21 and under for
work Quay $250 Cash, and
at of whom
girls : were hurled
many
I3. M. and will .
T Taylor, spend the winter 55 years, 3,0.49.Conference(
into eternity in the twinkle of an ,
with her. eye, -----

others. with broken limbs and bruised Happening.Of Quay lromitfi One of the Thieves Government Such as) Flannels" Cashmeres, Hen

k 4 3Ve understand that bids are being and bleeding! bodies, were dragged from the application for a division of the Kntftloyment, While riettas, Albetrorf, etc., colored l

made by our furniture men to seat the the pile of bnck in places twenty feet Conference, Mr. Mason, of Waldo, whose I and black. ('

Exposition building. Four thousand igh. reformation attracted much attentionlast Clartton and Dudley Offer to Engage the j 1'1' -

five hundred opera chairs are to provide To add to the horror of the frightfully spring and Miguel Perey, a Cuban, Other in Regular Republican Work
Wo will offer these go\\ '
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for its seating comforts. appalling\ scene, fire broke out in the : late a Baptist minister, are the most 's't

ruins and added consternation and fright conspicuous. The latter can not speak '
Mr. E. II. Swain of the solid and History of a MOlt Infamout Trantaclion. !FOB
one to a scene that beggard description. or understand a word oi our language.Mr. Yml. mAY.

progressive men of Anthony,called upon Almost a similar disaster occurred at Poage, so well known to our Ocala

the BANKER to-day and dropped several 'itUburg' from the same cause, with people, preached to a 'crowded house ALL "IN THE INTEREST OF HONESTY. 4

t cart wheels to keep the machine lubri serious loss of life and great destructionof Wednesday night. His sermon was a Regardless of f Cost !

',. cated. property. The winds velocity was 50 'splendid effort. The That Committed by Ihnhonat mptoyett.-TheKrpublitan

t[ miles hour. The two best looking in the Con Lradtrt Jump at Ac Chance to CJm.mit -To close\
an men )ut and get C r-
,4 J Everything heading for.Ocala. Howe'sNew a Frnitentiary Ol'ffIIIt'-.dl'' {tng a Rogue to read
J London Shows and Trained Animal The same night lightning struck a gas ference are Cubans. Remain in Our Employ and Qmlillut lilt ConmrneeUu .

is the latest tank in Brooklyn, causing a frightful; ex* Geo. O. Barnes, the "Kentucky Mountain H'or*-Tht Knntbllcan National Q m. OUR HPRINO TRADK..
p Exposition novelty moving )losion, communicating to anothpr its Evangelist," of wide celebrity, with mitts Matft Ue q/ SCold Qooil to Date thtfublie
towards Ocala, to amuse and instruct old his family, are here for a few days. He and Injurt the JYoprtrtor ./ "The Volet," #
fate was similar and third
and young. The bill boards are being a saved vby observed) his Tracking tin RMttrt.-Ont of Them Jumfii From We will ijositivoly sell these goods ,'
was expressing satisfaction
put up to- .f around everything was shattered and to Dr. Blake of a sermon preached by eM 1 btiee-"What. Outfit and Smd Hy friend and the first to select will

Some unknown kind friend has sent torn down by the ponderous concussion. the latter this afternoon that has Quay to Jai r' e have the benefit of.the k

usa three column article by Dr. Pelot, of Immediately following the tank explosions occasioned some comment for its liberalism Large Variety.BENJAMIN .-

Manatee, on ""Was it Yellow Fever." a blast of wind struck the Bra Barnes spent a day in Ocala To show how the people read the .

We should be pleased to reproduce the marine barracks and demolished the and thinks she i is the bent town out. He BANNER, we have but to state that half

able article but our sheet is too small and eastern end, and had it not been that knows a good thing when he fees it. a dozen persons. culled on us to-day to <& FOX.

life too short. 175 men at work in it ran out on hearing Bishop Galloway remarked on the know at what place Dr. R. M. Bart ley,
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the noise of the tank explosions, they conference floor today that he had heard eye and ear surgeon could) be found], '- '" ----- j

The Geo. Wilson's Minstrels will be in would have been killed. that Ocala is booming. lie has an eye whom card apared| in the BANNER of CITY & COUNTYDIRECTORS

Ocali next Friday night. Look out for The cyclone rushed through Pennsylvania to the brick city. December 28th. Mr. Dixon Irvine of 1 -

the bill boards and lithographic pictures. from F..astto West. AtHarrisburg, The matter of publication of the Advo- Orange Lake, and Miss Jessie Owens, of .

This company have played to crowded the velocity of the storm was 75 milesan rate will be considered! by the committeeon Rutland, near Sparr, were among those CITY, OFFICERS, .
I Majror-Dr. Ihot P. (l a"..
houses in Jacksonville and the Timtt- hour, and then the aneuiometrr was bonks and periodicals and not by the who cam' Into the city today to con- Clerk-H.. Itnllork. a
Union speaks of them in the most complimentary blown suit the Doctor for defective bearing. Mal'll1al-t K liall.
publishing committee A I
I away. am on the c.uUf'Ctor-: P.. f J lailmn. I
terms. The cities of WilliamsjM, Carlisle, former, Ocala will bo heard from to the A.wsww-D. K. &iciv r. i
-! Wanted Truwurer K. SnowdenPre
:Now CCWMJS Mr. Dittemus, (not Thomas) York and Philadelphia, were also considerably best of my ability' to present her many Quick, t'lent of(:kiuucll-Jno. f. ru,"..

whose name shall shine in the galaxy: of damaged, Philadrlplna's loss good points A neat or four room cottage Good and J.hoard T. lJ nc of.AMrrmcn ler/John A. Koweli.K.; I'nnn.K::: i! I. W"IOee. Agnew, (CO.,

those who improved and built new consisting mostly in the bursting her W. C. Dunliip, commissioner of Paine permanent tenant. Call at this office. .Snub hall.BtmUrr. 11. W, Cb u
houses in 1888-to the extent of 1,500 sewers. The damage in loss of property Institute, a school for negro minister, In.p ctir->W, '1'. Kt'<,. .

His cottages r.rtery; handsome and are outs up millions. under the patronage of the church, seems Ticket For Sale, COUNTY OFFICERS p
From Jn l _Uli hrd .
County < McWnatby.County
WaycrosstoCincinnattignerluntil!
opposite Messrs. Lylerand Durford's resi to b6 tlie "IIi fI lCi,II If" man of the body. Uerk-l A. MUlrr.
LATER NEWtt. February 4, 18i\>9. Inquire at ){ont.exl1- Sberif-E.: T. Williams.',
dences. 1 Mrs.lute.. of /Otra, is a visitor. ma Motel dlt* .AIIIIOr-J. C. Mulhew

READING PA.. January 10. lie Ollector-II.T N'anmannCltra.
-Heading
who will be a took a Hide.
Captain L. M. Thayer, TreMiirrr-H. K. I"jl 1.5.
scene of weepiugand wailing. The dead Wanted- Superlnteodeul o Public 'Inetrnc na-lt.. U
Our colored friend
House of and brother
"mine host" of the Ocala one Cyplo I'arn*. YlemlnJtoD. '
the finest and most luxuriant hostelries and dying are being brought: from the AfricaniiM Albert, if Summerfield, was Situation as t-alemrian. Competent and I (aunty mml..I.-Ja.. Wto"q. Vf. 1*.
ruins. Over 100 110118 killed. Fourteen fxI]>criencni. Hood reference Add nws TwilbAin, ),f. U. itou. r.iI. IVrrlu. W. 1'. MflU
in the State, we are pleased to note, was suddenly awakened the other night to (). care BANNER Office. 2t jan9 (llamum.Tb .
persons killed at Pittsburg. The County CommlwIODf mist Ibo DM Wtt-
elected a director of the Merchants' National find that sickness a very painful nature day In every month
Bank at its late meeting of stock storm widespread and terrific in effects. had seized one of his household,and Wanted school llerci-V. K. lUrrl U. T IVurtiocrui, r
One of the Niagara suspension bridges A young man to do collecting. One M. H. Mowr. A. It. Orient P. 1. initlue.school .
holders. being a loving and affectionate lather, who li4Nur meet. ant Monty In fYt rjr in-nali.
can give bonds.
nearest the falls Enquire: at the
swept away yesterday t instantly rushed to the stable, saddled Music Store.:! COUNTY BOARD OI' HEALTH.ITc ,
The election of officers of the Firs another at East on, Pa., carries one man his faithful steed and flVw 2U ja l fairly for Dr. haff1aon.
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E. B.
National Bank was held on the 8th and with it, who ji.mj seventy-five feet into Newsom's assistance.' While diagnosingthe The Red Grocery Magnolia street, I I.I I. MfmltW'Jt Hecretarr-Caps I). A. HO.IIU Anthony, Mcwri.
resulted in retaining those who so faithfully I the river and then swims ashore and I is case to the intelligent the place to buy your groceries. M. tt. Mo cr.nd D. 11. Inrln. e
ettculapiua
and successfully managed its affairs I now lying prubirate in bed. The oil regions I H. ZAZARIAS, Proprietor HOARD OF TRADE.
some one, a supposed tramp of d31d clin
sunny I 1'.l<1enL-J. F, Dunn.
last year. The First National is fast be of Ohio suffered severely. African dyeing, came by, saw the panting Vive 1'reIld.'L-H.l A. Weathers.
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coming one of the great banking houses It is said John B. Henderson of Missouri steed hitched to the post, and weary with It. E. YaNGI-; & CD, The Ocala Plum .I JlecrC&arl-Wm.board oruo..ruon-A."oa.I P. Nan Jr. C. Rh.Inutr -

of Florida. will go into the new Cabinet. long marching vaulted astride be re. Tall and examine their fine stock Jno K. Dunn J. JI\\ Urination, U. A.
The leading railroad men and bankers his back and vet good work at reasonable price Weathers Win. Koi and ', Moody.
turned his head toward Ocalaand lit out. d BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCJA-
announced few
THE: DAILY BANNER a 3ldeclrn'S. .
of the in
country are session in New When the sable citizen"emerged "'Ar. TION.
from
of Mr. Edward lIelves.ton's
sale
days ago the York city, to organize a plan to protect the doctor's office and Partner J'rf'tlldent-.C. B, WUmer.
beautiful cottage to Dr. E. C. Hood, themselves sought his steed, Wanted. via l'ftoalde dt-Ed. Delouest.eertetary .
against disastrous rate war. and found him not his Nfe and profitable business and Treasurer,-l uU rOL8c.rd
surprise
was
great $3,000 to
,
,
then Mr. Helves-
of Lake Weir. Since In Congress, the national wool-growers $.r wanted ol Director*-J. T. Lauca< ton has a half acre lot on For but after wearily trudging home and not ,000 to meet the growing >h n*. I. Brown, M. FUbel. A. E. Delou*.t, U. D.
purchased are asking for protection. him demand! of trade and extend same. ZcfiriM and K, A, Burford.
Mr.D A. Miller'i finding there, it grew greater None but reliable
King avenue, adjoining parties and those who OCALA RIFLES. .
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residence, for $1,000 and will improv The Merchants National Bank Search was immediately instituted for can. command the spot cash need apply. r'apse In-Co. A. Huh. +
handsomehouse. OfMcered. the discovery and recovery of the horse, Call at thin office for particular.. Pint LI uten nt-K. B. McConneU.
erecting
a
same by Second lJ.qten&uL-Pi E. WUlUiM. .
...- At the regular annual meeting of the but to no avail, until finally getting on Forty UcmNra. ..

stockholders of the JlerchanU' National! his trail and quickly following it up, be Prof. A. J. Foikett, FIRE COMPANY
Mr...R. W. .Harrison, of"btarke':; Ferry,
Practical C'blel-T. D. I-sncMtor.
Bank, the following officers and directors I was discovered yesterday noon, tied to a piano tuner thirteen veara
came up on the Florida Southern mornin : with Oliver Ditson-A roremo-Uaarlos Kb ln uer.
were elected Jno. F. Dunn tree on the Dr. Marean place a mile east U) ; can be found rifts juiUUnt-I aU Volk.:
president
train to have come machinery repair, ; at the Ocala Music House. Good work Second .Miteuot. Marshal,
which ;wa broken at his sawmill. Thai E. P. Dismukes, vice-president ; R. B. of Ocala At the discovery the owner's done and satisfaction jraaranteed. Ref Kecreurr-J. II. UalML
McConnell cashier fi, C. troubles, trials, tribulations and erence; Ocala Music House, Tw.ut.a" members i
part of the county is progressing nicely. ; Wright, teller; veia Rev. U, B.
HOOK
Wilmer AND LADDER
Prof. W.8. COMPANY.
Pike W.
tions W. Con-
Their school i doing good work and the F. O. Mason bookkeeper ; W. A, Red disappeared. don, Dr. Thompson, Captain PrMkUnt-Atrun Calmer I .

people are more than gratified to know ding, assistant bookkeeper. ; J. W. Lan The Merchants' National Bank, of Prof. C. II. Colby and other. Thayer dcZltU Korem&a AIailUD&--W.IJa-H Uki ktcaardaon llenu. C I r

that the approach to the ferry U to be caster, collection clerk. Directors-Jno.. Ocala, ha J'eCentJIt'Dt oat to Its many i Twenty members.

completed and that'Jlr U ami in will F. Duns, E. P.; Dismukes, Chu. Rheln- patron a copy of the "The Bank Cus Taxes t Taiest LULULA LODGE NO. *l. I. O. O, P.If .

baTe charge of it The river i* enliven I auer, J. C. Perine, J. .\. Einstein, Wm tomer. It i I. replete with Information I am ready to receive the State and W, IL Cham.'Jf.[ MU every U.T eada iy evening r. .,-: '

almost daily by the arrival of a steams r Anderson, L. )1,Thayer, Harry. Knight, valuable to all parties having basin County Uxea at my office in Ocala. Tax W.u M. Phillip>>* teejraurr. .
toTlUd.
,litO-Intton
R. B. McConnell. with the bank. The gracious president payer oft applying to pay will not fall cof4Ully .
from for of .
Leecborg, cargo orange, to bring or vend
e of that popular fiscal institution, lion. a description ot the Four thousand dollar wanted for tea ti
which arc going forward In.great stun- Frosty this morein-.sho..erf'\hl.! 4 John F. Dunn, ha our thank for a copy tal-property upon which II. T.they wish to par I year*, on beu1o / ran<< grove propeg;
titles. in. of name. WAsysiax; la Marlon
a county, AddwiTtbJ i
dlt wi/. Tax Collector >) ,
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,,' GROWTH OF TIlE SOUTH. mind's State 20 cent larger The 6cajir,Exposition. ;
: ) :' OCALA DAILY eye, a per :
; BANNER. :
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1 ;, '" '" s ,1J than Georgia made up entirely of, new Under the above n'eading the Pal atka -LTrtig Line- ; :

.- 4 s ,.' .P.It. HARRIS. Edicts'' '.1k 71i Remarkable ,) tatlstlos Showing farms that have! been cleared. and settled Evening Herald contains the article : *'** ':;'

>>.;, 'tl"'{l'. ..;.. : 1>.---4. ', 'Recent Progress' in Unit since 1880. which,we publish below.l It shows how )

.' if:f ,.: ;; FP'IDAJANUAR''t11' ) lpd7 9. the State*. An equally important point U the decrease much igood\our exposition is doing It -0-7, .'. ,

":' L .- "=_ ._ Atlanta's industrial journal,.DCrk, has in the State debts.' Georgia shows is spurting up other counties and putting -THE PLACE TO FIND THEM.r' ,
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i #x& .,. ..+ .compiled l some remarkable statistics, a falling off of $10,929,608 since 1880 ; them on their best'' metal Let' us'' on

:;; ,. ,."J-'iij-iP,); 'iy1 .x showing the recentprogress of the South. .South Carolina a decrease of $6,966,434( ; with the good. work,and never let up -IS AT- :

\-" K.f,' The calculations are baaed D lnthe, census : Florida-decrease of $87"fiO| Alabama until our exposition: is complete. DR. DELOUEST "S'Wm

'!{"t ,1 report of 1880 and the official figuresfor I a decrease of $5,614,245/ ; Texas a decrease Awakening its county to action the i
: 1887 and 1888, furnished by the Governors SIDE SQUAR*.)- ,
I i ,. of $7,377,193 ; Arkansas a decrease Herald says -( '
Vn.. : ,, of the States of Virginia, North of $3,026,769; Virginia a decrease of$13- The 29th will soon be here, when the UCALA I u t I I FLORIDA .' .l ,
.y and I South Carolina, Georgia, Florida 760,498, and North Carolina a decrease exposition will be open. What has been 8m 81-88

"t': :(.' Alabama, Arkansas and I Texas. $1,810,106.. The total decrease of debt done by our county people to represent

: The assessed valuations of real estate in these eight States is. therefore, $49- Old Putnam we know not but our self

; .o/J/, 'I, and I IN'rsonal' property are taken as' the 472,513 __. respect should, by all means, excite to I '
\[,. basis, for comparisons. Of the eight duty. It is too bad for county like this S. BIRDSEY & CO.; ".
States Texas shows. the Increase METHODIST CONJ<'En.I< NCE. ,
: -:;- -. : greatest FLA. I to be so far behind in matters of this t
; Another --n7-- in values .since 1880; the gain foot up kind. Fifteen bad more ,. '
f man suspected of being the years ago we --0-- ;
Bartow-A Good f
"Ala From Ocala to Sug .
the immense total of
: J1'l p murderer Tascott has been arrested, this $354,635,485. enthusiasm, and did more in every respect .
t f:3: t'to '. lime the..arrest occurring In Indiana. bama comes second with a net gain of gestlon. to bring; out the resources of the Wholesale & Retail ,
than this wheaIt BARTOW, Jan. 9, 1889.
f920,039,20S-really more
A:1: county. It is not putting it too strong to -DEALF.RS ISHardware -
4 : : It is rumored in Tallahassee that Governor is remembered that the present rate To the Editor Daily Banner: say that we are behind every county in -

ii(:I.., '. Fleming will call an extra session is five mills, and the rate in 1880 was six Boarding the 2 p. m. train yesterdaythe this State in the way agricultural and

t ii i': : .,. oft! ,Legislature some.time in February and a half mills 1 Say-In round j.'UreflOOOOOO first happening that occurred to me horticultural exhibitions. This is not r I r & Groceries '

f' gain for Alabama. Georgiais that I thought would be of interest to owing to the soil, for there is no betterIn
The production of silver ih the Lead- next, with an increase of 88490632. your readers was the statement made to the State. Our land is good ; much of

.: Ville mines for 1888, wax 1183020548. Virginia comes fourth in the list, with me by a very great friend of Ocala that a it very productive, but the tight men "' ,
; Total to date since the increase of and close be- OCALA I
discovery of the an $78,246,190, gentleman had recently remarKed to seems to be the cause of all our failuresto Fgm 8DA.1
J.,:, mines, in 1860, $144.821,14-1. hind her is Arkansas with a gain of$01- him "that that city was the dirtiest in make Putnam county ahead of every .
860,300. Florida shows a gain of $55- Florida." I tried to offset this remark ,
' I ,r t ; other county on the St. Johns river.
Jay Gould is said to have a strong antipathy North Carolina's gains shor I
fairhalml 327,353. up by tell ing about our fine health record, This is a fact, and cannot be denied. It ,: j ;, .
to
* men. Therein not fM,8W,798. South Carolina somes in at nevertheless I could not banish from his. -ATM "I .
did
would surprise man that not ,
a -lngle blonde! clerk In his. immediate any .
the tail end of the exhibit with a gain recollection the condition of the
open know to see the land in abundance of
\ employ! and itjs said that be dislikes to of $9,426,029. The gain in the eight ,
gross lot south of the Florida Southern
just
sturdy oak, hickory, ash and in fact the
do business with
men who have fair States in eight years is 794914992. If depot and of the courthouse yard. Possibly largest: and greatest variety of timbered

hair. Alabama Is given the benefitof what she! cleanliness is too near to Godliness land, all or most of which needs only 'J"
really is entitled to the. sum be axed cultivation to enrich any man that will FiSllel's' .
may suit the Ocalian. Joking1
The to
Marquis of Lorna, aon-in-law of average work. We have written and talked this
.. Queen Victoria, is the latest recruit tot at 800OoO,000 in even numbers. aside, strangers observe these things and matter for twenty years, and see no r
One of the objections. often urged and talk A little of better until .
the bicyclists, and his wife, Princess act accordingly. money {present prospect anything
". Louise, is also the possessor of a safety against; the South as a .place of residence, spent in cleaning up one of these lots immigration comes along. Hurry up. .
machine and contemplates accompanyingher is the alleged lack of school facilities. and beautifying the. other would be a

}husband on some of his early morn Many an Immigrant has been deterred good investment for the whole city The present! contributions plan adopted by churchesof Can be found one of the .;
making
from locating in Dixieland because he by env..top8enables ,
IDa spins. Reaching Dade City a large number of a man to droll two old-fashioned
feared his children would be unable to taatfengers[ came aboard from the F. R. cartwheel cents into the basket Ith as

At 5:30: p. m.,Wednesday a wind storm secure good educations. Georgia shows & N. route, only 24 hours making a 150 much style and flourish as if they: were assorted selected and
r" blew Aver two nail stacks at, Sunbury, I an increase of 1,857 school since 1880, mile run. Of course the F. R. & N. Co. trade dollars at par,-Steubenrille Herald. ,
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Pa.,and twenty men were buried beneath while South Carolina slows a gain of had provided no coaches and many had UU 1;

v i".i the debris. Two men were taken out 683-and Home of these are especially to stand. Lakeland reached at 7:30 and TRAVELER'S GUIDE. } ,

; dead, nine seriously Injured and four are tine schools, as at Own\ille, Piedmont. after 2J hours delay sixty of us were most desirable priced
missing and supposed be dead. Greenwood, Newberry and Laurens. crowded into box for Bartow Some Schedule of the S. S. O. & Q. R R.
a car ; Leave Ocala ..........M......... ........... 7.15 A. M.HomoMMa. .
J ? Florida has 9C'J\ increase since 1880, and stood, other had seats on valises and the ......._............?._......- 4.15 P. M.
lr A decision rendered at Charlestown, Alabama\} Arkansas shows. the greatest laJion on benchrs. Being' a crowd of F. C. Ct P. R. R. (Old F. R. & N. Line.) Stock of Dry Goods :

W Va., by Judge Guthrie, Jan. 9, givesa increase, 5,252: ; Texas makes a fair preachers and drummers, there was no Schedule. .

complete victory to the Republicans.\ showing, with 2,21)5) while Virginia I is audible curse words. However,this last SOUTH.BOUND.
! Goff Governor and McCltmerCon. arrives In Ocala...... .............607 ,
behind with ( North Carolina Passenger p M.
,4 clone 2,264. ed half hour when the of .. .: .. ., In the
only an run
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gressman, have a clear majority the has 1,607 increase. Add these eight 13 miles was passed and we were greetedat Freight" .. ., .....................1.-&.') r. x. .
face of the returns reviewed and P''W d Slates together and have tutai of WORTH BOU2*.. d31dl'C4m. ;
we a
hours miles the
upon Judhe 10r,0: (p. JI) ((8)) 125 ) by Passenger arrived in Ocala.................. 9.07 A. x. i
by Guthrie. 14,861 Increase ; the total manlier of hospitable ;people' of this city. .. .. .. .............. ..11.10 P. ... .C'S ':.
/., \ schools these States is 50,23'!), maintained But shall not grumble. There may Freight .. .. tI ................... 115 A. x.
There disastrous wreck and JOHN 8. FBAIER
was a
conflagration
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way Town Ticket
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A switch nad ben 261( an amount that would, annually, for tourist to go into the interior ot our The F. S. R. R. Time Table. ;
purposely more than wipe out the entire State debt State some time or other. SOUTH BOUND wat8I1naq E

misplaced. The train was running at a of Georgia: or North Carolina, or (South Hard rain kept me in doors till 8:30: Passenger arrive. In. Ocala.' ..._... ..._... l.f\ p. M. .
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speed o(30 miles an hour The cars were .........:....... 6,05:( p.: M.
Carolina and Florida combined sum the time for Conference to meet. Early Freight .1.. .. ................ 11.511 A, M.
t all thrown from the ,track and quickly as large at the entire Rate debt of Ala birds tht' Methodists so I cannot say .. .. ...................12.05. A. M.

e enveloped In flames.) The I pavtonverstoscapvd bama. what Bartow is doing. Conference was Passenger arrives NORTH t in Ocala BOUSD... 7.15 A.M :! JI .n J1 uJ: ,
i'1 : with their lives but ,were more Another point to consider is ran increased I engaged in work in half hour after Bishop ,' a.:::::::::::::::::::1220P.M.: : .
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or lees The fireman and mail Freight 9 :50 A. x ,
injured.
acreage in farms in these States Galloway called it to order. Of .. ? .. .. ................._.12.0.) A. .. 'I' :..1
i agent wero badly injured showing the influx of hoine-oeeken -------- - -.
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'' Congressman Oatea, Alabama, want. well aa the general lrolll't'rit of the to appointments, etc. The attendance MARKET REPORT. Complete Stock of ::

Mr. Blaine to be made Secretary ot State: farming industry, for ati increased acre. is quite full Bishop Galloway Impresses Florida round steak (hind quarter) inc. '
(fore quarter) ............Nftlue.Pork .
mransbnt two things settlers
o" His reason la that Mr. Blaine Mould age -new me as a sensible business man, quick in (hind quarter) : e. Gents' ;
bring the people of the Worth and South or an addition of cleared land to his movements, and will prove popularBuiMntM Northern" (l forequarter mutton ) ............ 1Zr r; >e.. Furnishing

closer together by causing a war betweenthe land already under cultivation by its is being dispatched quickly. Florida :::::::::::: IV;. I
had Northern round steak ....... 310.Ieln .
United States and some other coun owner. Georgia In 1880, 8,204,720acres Reports from the book agent secretary al Surloin ....?........ 'J.I.'. Goods
The Savannah in improved lands ; It now has 9- church extension and other interests of Hog Head cheese ............ I[>(-.
try. News Bays' that. if Itnuuins .... 1*>C.hlicvtl .
CM., Oates is really anxious for war that 434,428: an Increase of 1.230.7CO? acres. the church were read, all showing satisfactory i ham --,:...... r*.
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'. he ought to go to New York end exterminate I South Carolina, in 1380, had 4,132,0:0acrt'8ln results of the year's work. The ){ .?...._....IOr j
Col. Elliot Shepard's private Improved farm land ; now she report as to eaburg College, etc.,was not Eggs per dozen) ......__.. 3.'Ic.T108. 11EADY MADE
militia. has 4,9.}">8,4i)0, an increase of 826,410 acres cheeringthere being a very small attendance 4 :

-and the Palmetto State is not very this session Seven young P. GARY M. D y
i Some cf the newspapers. are trying to large, be it remembered. Florida had pl't'a'hers're admitted. M. CLOTHING

determine with whom the expression\ only 943.630: acres of Iwproland in --- ----- PHYaiCIAN AND SURGEON.:

+r'' "Public office is a public trust" origilisted. 1880, now she has at the lowest estimate, Biographical Sketch of Florida'' Room, Agnew & tiary'i Block, OCALA.

Some cay that Civil Service Commissioner 1,326,61X5 acres' or an increase of about New Chief Justice. Twenty-Mven jrean' ezperteiUM in F urldad.1jan.im Tailoring

Eaton was the first to use it, 40 }*r cent. Alabama boasted of 6,375- Chief Justice George P. Raney, was Dtsessea. JanlO.s:-ly Department Unex-

14 and othen assort that U first appeared in "OH acre under cultivation (in 18SO, and born October 11, 1845 at Apalachicola, celled In Fits and Prices. .

re' an article in SaloV Cyclopaedia of Poll- she has increased it about 10 j h'or cent., Florida.. At the age of 18 he entered the decSMmGO 4.

tirV':' published in 1882: while yet others or 036,570 acres, making her present total Confederate Army serving with distinction Palace Drug Store) !! TO

)fi' ; think it originated: with Judge Thomas 7,013,276. Texas had 12,630,314: acres to the close of the war. In 1866-7 STOWARD'SFOR

;"M.' Cooley, in an article he contributed improved in 1880, and she now has 10,- he studied law at the University of Virginia F1RST-CLA68 PLUMBING !

3 to_ the $Qul1I.emlA& review in 1872. The 445,408, an increase of 3,70,09--and; of ani was admitted to the Bar in ---0--

't : evidence se/ms to support Judge Cooiey's this amount it is safe to say that four 1867. lie was elected to the Legislaturein -1-I I

&4 Ii claim but the Savannah Newt says ,that fifths has been taken by immigrantsfrom 1803and proved oneof Its ablest mem WHOLESALERetail FORT KING ATKVTE: : t : MOXTIZUMA BLOCK

it was Mr. Cleveland who made the Europe or from other- States.: Arkansas bers. Removing to Tallahassee in 1869, Opposite Methodlrt Church.VBest -

expression famous. has nearly: doubled her acres rimpl'9ved he soon built up a large practice. lie _- AND- dlm2
land in 1880 sue bad counsel l for the Democrats
3,595 was dunngthe
M/ J. N. Finney, of Savannah, private ?
; 003; she baa added 2,775,036 acres since trying days of 1876-7, when Florida's I Drugs I I0 *
to Major Belnap the General
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secretary JAS. T.
I .f. ..... that time, the total now standing at 6- election was in litigation. In 1877 Gov. LANCASTER,
of the Georgia Central lUllroad
\ '; Manager 371,589. "Ole Vlrginny" had precisely Drew appointed him Attorney-General, -I
,) has resigned to accept the position of Superintendent
under cultivation in 1SSO and he retained Governor Blox-
8,510,113 acres ; was by -ALL KINDS OF
of the Orange Belt" Rail. LEADING REAL
she has added 651,011 since, making the ham. lie succeeded Judge James D. ESTATE DEALER.
\ road with headquarters at Oakland, OILS STATIONERY TOILET
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total December 1.5, 1888, 8,361,124. North Wcacott as Associate Justice of the Supreme -
Jla. Speaking of him the Savannah
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( h'eto69I : Carolina has made rapid strides, agriculturally Court In January 1885, by ap -ANDFANCY OCALA, i I : : t | FLORIDA
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owing to the endeavorsof On November
the speaking, pointment of Governor Perry.
at
Mr: Finney began railroading
t t t age of 14 as telegraph operator for Major the railroads to induce Immigration. 6, 18SS, he was elected a Justice ARTICLESIn 4U'2J
Belknap on the Louisville and Nashville. The acreage in 1880, improved lands, was of the Supreme Court under the new
,' lie has proven himself to be a very 6,431,191; there has been an increase of Constitution. He drew the term of six Complete Stock I IW GEORGE McKAY,

1 ( and efficient his friends and, hard predict working for him railroad a brightfuture. man about 12 per cent., or 777,742 acres, giving years and, the Chief Justiceship, which --0- ARCHITECT AND BUILDER, (

The promotion is one well 'deserved a total of 7,253,932.: Add the increase in were decided by lot. Judge Raney is a DESIGNS, A>'T) ESTIMATES

i. sad the Orange Belt" officials these eight States, and the result .f Js 11,- I gentleman 01 fine appearance' and a Headquarter*handle non for Wall but the Paper flue and*brand baMon of eitata.Ceeda. --J'uro.llhed on Application' ..
coold scarcely! have made a better selectioo. 273. 77 acres-an amount greater than lawyer of wVie information, whose learning ,

)Ir. }loDe, 'leave many warm: the acreage in improved, farms I In the en. 1 dilfgen ,studio"" methods,accuracy WBIOpT: ..fc FKAZKR: Q
t 'friends la Savannah who wish him evemeasure foil] and experience eminently qoilifjr him Oiruz-P auiuica t t : Orange and 81xUlIt.
of auccees In hll DeW; fiel 'nil tire State of Georgia. Think a moment for the high 'udltdcli duties upon which* PCK.IO Swims r : i t OCILA, FLA. OCALA, .. TLORIDA
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manufactures of Florida.. ,
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0. W. CAMPBELL, SK., General Manager. G. s. MAYO, Treasurer. J. O. CLARK, Secretary.NO. ;
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JNO. DUNK J.A.INSTEIN, \ will extend every'courtesy and'favor, to our customersi consistent with Hale
CIIAS.HARVEY RlIfINAUER KNIGHT: WM: ANDERSON, oanking,and shall Jlvt', |>rout>tau ,. e' L. M. THAYER, We solicit your BANK ACCOUNT and ail business In our line, and
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; CORRESPONDENTS: Importer" &, Traders' Tfutlonal Hanle, New York, N. Y.; ,

'5? National Park Dank of New York. ,Mavenct Aatumal Bank of Bottom. outheni Bank of Georgia, Savannah.
National Bank of Savannah Georgia. --AT--: ,
Mercantile Banking Company,Atlanta. J. uisnUe Banking Company, Louisville, Ky. t& Special Correspondents in all important cities<<(!5ln the 'Ves.*.

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