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Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala 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 26, 1889
Publication Date: 1883-
Frequency: weekly[]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Ocala (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).
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I OCALA FLA. SATURDAY, JANUARY 26, 1889.

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THE 1LOlllb.t11TERS.ITIn1.iL AXD SEMt-TKOFWAI.. EXVOSITIOX "'h'lht' Social' Club ? A CtiiiiplliniMit that in" Untiei'iilly CITY & COUNTY

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D I RECTORYXCITY
t Mii 1.14, MK.I Jan. IU! ISS'J.:
P In jour article The Drink Habit and

I, What is best to be done about it," you [)c'I r Hiintttr : OFFICERS,

say : After a thrl'l.t'trM aonia'tttanco' I Mnjor Pr. 1 h,,,,. 1'.l nAry '

I \\t' wanted. to the |>rt>tit4tion a trial We did have wont(' to regard: yon n' ont of art Ork Manhal-v\ f' \. .Utii'. : .
I .. ". l'ur1111.111| the adoptlou ol the law and are dearest and much esteemed) friends., ('olii.'h.r--F.I'sdnn.Hall.!
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rn to rNIII'M that Uto the t>rem-nt time the : : V
Your wl't"kly'il'litl' !have always atlbrded.! AUK**ir-D. K Mrlv i r. c
law has Ix-en worse thin a failure, ami U the'
law tweets with\ uo Letter eufonvtuent Iu the me much pleasure. You have alwnvfl Tn'1l01lI''f--." \PiMtwdvit.
: u.rr t" lsetntnthataanithasInthepnrttw.useMouth. mine to niv with a bright stud cheormlcounteiianco i'n.ldent (If I '1I1\I11-'l' O. V. flung:
IttiM.xlot AM'ru 'n-J. t. l)tan K.: W. > >w,
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I ., ltttilL>e rv:|>cnUxl l>y avery lance"( voUsIht gi
'nk! .>n i* r- iM.uoxiokubantheclub." ; and although you nuy K J. T. 1.I\lIl'aald. John A. K.."v L K. I. Um. >!t,, II:.O.
said to be t .> o sided), yet I find !><>th aids Smith. II. \V. < handler I. linmu and \\', U Mar-
The I would is tliU dull .
'nuention raise which not be ,said) of V
}pure can: : all yourctimtenllwua1Iee + |
antarptu.pri.w \V,
q homany who, like the editor of the | T. Kr.
r l'lensea.v'epti..ngtalulatiots '
I6IE. I liANNEU I have done their. part tv enforce | for COUNTY OFFICERS.omit .
past t successes: and achcivrineiits -
it' Let those who atiiudinize before and best, wishes for your future County(:: :::::): iicrk"ludui1KUhnnl: 'l n.I A. MtlkT.stirrill H'oimlhy.:<<

j toted\public as teui|>eralice men having } .'.: d (urontinne visits' t K.: T \\ ItllAin
jour
fur the suppiecs'ion) of halooiis, put anotheri'ar.\ T A .'MmrJ l'. Malht'tt' .
<> renew Mibfcrijtion *- ''
this question hutne to their! iiit iT-tplves. my ( (>Ituetor-II'I' Harlmsun'lint.
tutu enclosed I
Let Ask their consciousness $I.KX aII..rtnt.mdcni: ; : I'jlrs.:
them
own S. !S.: BRAOIXI.V.The | ; ofi-ubllc InstructionI*
1\1111 real or am 1 M-eming ? I If mil have -- -.-- -- ._ I'al i.e. KU'mlniiioM.
) 4) I preyed up to the linn of duty ? If I'ah' Olll'M Mu-t -Help. ( tutu) rnniiiuiimiiiit'ra W. Long, ,V. P, ..
: Traiitbam M II. ins, F..1'1.' I'e'rrnb 11. I'. Wit"ltams.ii
& & teeming, have I mima-dad concealing 2"o the 7>i/iVi/; f f-jfes & my duplicity, or am I standing before, the The ('11111) rnmmtHktoiirrx Qtevt.kui1 tint >who
publican,! illuminated hypocrite{ ? As preliminary_' towards organizing, a day In ,\(Ty Month -
Indies Auxiliary'to: the Florida InterNational aehw.l| Ikmrd K Harris li. T. artUWlD.--
The temperance causehas' more to null M. n. MIHHT. A. It. .i.rimn.'. I.. Imrlwx; .
fear from its untuned iiiends than itsol't'n t Seini-Trotiieal Kxitositton.: ; K'limil lUwr.1 in."...I.tintVnut.vl"nte.vmottthCOUNTY ___. \
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--- >tUi'M. which is also to be perpetual); Mrs.I !K.:.11 n. :
l'lIl BOARD 0. IIEAJ! TII.
II ILL 11'\ .11 '1.11..1. 11.1 .f./\l.iJi'/ ,.' What has the ecuhir: press of Ocala Agnew has been appointed} amt continued I'rl'.t.ll'utlr l 'r. I'. tiary.Stfrvtary .
done to prevent the formation\ of these as President, and )Irs. W. P. Haisly, as --I'IIJ"| ... H. KU'hardiion. i I
!: ladies "IIIll'rtIlr.! l II i. I."'
"obnoxious"clubs';' Have they bouiulei.1 Secretary The have taken hold .... .1'1111111.l1lhou) -t
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M. :Musuraud: II. II. In III.
BUDGET OF HOME NEWS The I'alll \'llle Muni! C....t*. any note of warning their tentperaiue of this matter with an riirneMnesH'' hit h
not only deserve' the help' of their sisters BOARD OF' TRADE '
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throughout :?
Our readers w ill remeinlur 'lie county
--- shock but has impressed the directory with frcKliloni. .F. iMitin
: C'" L. BITTIXOER.Clty. : E,1ltorWedgewool5cciaratmeanders_ ing murder that occurred' it the pcnceful Have they depreciated what wa goingon the belief! that will VUirrvaldrul I I It. A. Wrathvri.stcrt'tary .
-------. -- -- -. --_ --- --- neighborhood, of Fantville !!a..f iu their midst enough to make it the they get it. Spatehuts \\m. Fox.: 1iw .
"uininer. .
been allotted
and will be made comfortable 'rriofN'certlors.-A.i'.Mats. JrC. ,Rb
Try it. subject of a single editorial ? 1I1&tht' '
Young Hammond, clerk lII\ -h.reII ) and, enjoyable, and will bear- miter, Jno. .'. I'liuti, J. U. !MvuintoWtailura II, t
-------- foully murdered) and in o..r. to hide denounced these violators of law and ranged to satisfaction. \\ m. Fox and 8V! )ta,,1) 4 a ,
Col. Du Pay, of Uuardman is in the th.. evidences of their guilt tho murderer show t their criminality! in all its I dJt'l.1\tIl' adjoining counties your I< ladies from BUILDING AND LOANASSOCTION. ;
are coming with
+ iiecs'? or have tht"aflu\\t'.l these clubs exhibits -
burned the stoic in which the
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mur and the
city.The
directory the
Semi-Tropk.tl baud arrived this der h was committed. The supposed murderers to spring up like mushroom at theirvery ladies of Ocala and) Marion appeal\ to to I'n'rhl.'rltii.. Wlliner. I ,
James Coflee and i 1.1'. ,' 'nft'It'r- doors without HO much as givingtilein county VlooITfaldont-F-d..: lK'lo ieit.Hivietary '
morning. _.- __ a parsing kick ? place' themselves! in Hwition| to receive /' and TrvaNiirvr. ula Fox i
ate, were captured and will be trhrt l ,
those ladies and care for their exhibits linanlot. lrvrtor-J.. T. I aueastet Iiaact
i'' Court has taken a refs-"s's' until nextWednesday. next week Tlie Mate has vered and'otic Journal, like distinguished individuals, I in that manner which their notedcordial ) Brown, .\1. Flsbcl! A, E., Ilflou"t, I
__ < will be tried tirst. Three jurymen owe their allegiance to the public good, ) and /.acl.arisa. and H, A. liurtord. ,,
morning have been "selected' and a Jt'l'inl't'nlrt) and I am glad) that the UANNKK: though hospitable countrv leads the OCALA RIFLES.
) Mr. Fred Matron left this on a > directory to l>clie\e the haute's,' .
business trip fur Jacksonville., ordered for one hundred from which the tardily, has opened its columns to the in the Florida department f'aJ.uln-fI'o i ; A. !Na. ,.h.Flriit .
Internationel .
discussion of l.u-ntviiaiit H H.NHiitid M f"1nutll.
so'
balance will hnJ'ortant.a queHtion as
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Semi-Tropical Exposition: will ho ) IJcnu-nant) \ K. \VUllame. t
Northern excited the "Drunk Habit iVc. It is to be { a grandsuccess. .
p The prices of oranges in all the murder much indignation, as C.V.. GAUI-UKM. Forty .Mi'iiiU'ru.FIRE.
markets are looking up.! the murder was a most ao!: 'king and hoped lotus" truth may be elucidated if COMPANY. t
General .
brutal and the trial wiii it beat the eleventh hour. Manager.A
one be watched "hld-T. lam'uLt'r.
remember that the
Let all the schools
11. A. HWI t'on'1JIltll-Mltul'lre 4
with interest.A m" T. Khclnauer.
fair Warning.
14th February is Arbor day Flat. aulntant-. .Unita Volk.

Train Wrecker and Rubber lIa/l- 1.\ JUfctlMtfuUhcd. GfolouUt ViitltH CMMr. Those intending making exhibits at Ht'cnnd aMUuiil-. (i. MurtbalLHtrixtary .
well / the --J. II. Mallt-tt. ..
The Chicago Restaurant:> was patronized Semi-Tropical Imposition, must remember I ** :
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last night after the play. Ked. : Joseph' Wilcox, of Philadelphia, a that their articles to fret TMenty-nve iiiriolKT. :
a It appears that Detective Khoadcc, of noted geologist was.auiongthe arrivals at railroads go HOOK AND LADDER tl
be
must )
overstate unsigned
I The orange trees ale budding and will IJrooksville, has been laying low in the Montezuma, Thursday, and left to- to tli? ieneral Manager, and have t'nvldent-Abr.m \Palmer
on
be in full bloom the Ocala for a week or more for a day.) He will return time ton'ulin-Wllkllll'lIIL "
: to greet pomolog- person w me during tag, For Exhibition Tho AlKUlHIltWcllh\ I ITwiiiiy Hlt-hardlll"\!,
only. tag
jets by the name ofVelU.1| white, who was the Exposit inn. He has!, made) many can be had of Secretary Clarke. iinfinUmLULUUA ,
--- suspected' of being one of a gang wllOtlll' trips to Florida but this is the first time LODGE '
-- NO is I. O O.i
k B. K. Shumway, ofNewIiritton.Conn., '\\ freight train off the ,
( a trnck of the that he has ever visited the interior, and 'lll/CIIN. ol'h Alll.Iet .
is iu the city and made us a pleasant] call F. s. railroad) about Christmas: time and I IMrvt* every TuewtsyereuingI]
says'' that it is l b.v all odd the richest this
this {portion people' oOnl.latllkt> 14Imlltlllttof W. II. rbMlllv.I N. u.
morning.
then robbed it. Tl/e detective.pied; him of, the Mate he hat yet visited. He tho! grand opmrtunitv' now W. )I. \'hllllIItrrt'luJ'| .
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Mr. J. K. Broome, a prominent citizen coming into town last ex 'Dim about I' gays that Florida contains the most! interesting itself' and,, have their old furniture made All vlkitlnK! t>n>tb n cordially Invited I
dusk and l took him out of the it.irk and geological relics of !State" in the OCALA CHAPTER NO. AifM. tkala I
of Middle Florida, is registered! at the any new. Do not have to remove the furni ij.R. .
moisture1 of
Ocala House. the early eveniuir ver near Union. The uiastadonltheelephautatd! lure from thudwelling. Am prepared{ to< ( f'riai'trr, No. lit' N..t. M. ConrocaUobs i
the F. S. freight depot. Tl c tll1'rp't! th' horse, twice the !siz"< of any horse' do the work where it is found. Will Aral Monday, highs III every inoiHU.II. "
if Baird of Fairfield 111. with stoutly denied his hltntitallli would now living i are some of the reliesof W. LONO, H. ft) I
:Mr. W. ,, admit it extinct take pieces in all conditions from bad to J. 5. FKAIICII' t't-l' n'laf)'. / ,
his family, has arrived in Ocala, and will not until landed in jail, whvre atiiinals. Mr. Wilcox says' that worse. )Do not soil the lloor' ; work 'first The! ntKclilc| bol,l Kuuday School and tocUt
spend the winter with us. a darkey prisoner accosted him and I )let there is no doubt but I that Florida is the the cat' out of the bair. He will taken state" in the Union alw pnwciltg, at nJ ,;
-- -- pt newest yet its age i is or wall pictures hroii.:iit to t their original i Wednesday hour, and
The case of Manning against Manning I to Itrookwille. nut computed by > ears hut by cycles.' beauty;; 1'ricfH reasonable.} I'artirstish- lUVltfd.prarur tooting every night AU an,T

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is the most remarkable case on the ------- ....
ing me to cull l will please card!
Ion'Iwapi Win. drop me a
docket and continues to excite great interest Mail f-ervice on (the S. S. O. A( G. rail-
r the lr.l lloswlireer; and :Miss Bes-in. Martin\ roa.1till begin Fcbiuary 4th, when through jHistollice.! KeM-ectfully' 1"rj'

among attorneys.Mr. between whom there has long existed a iMthtal clerk will begin running on that -.- -11'. Is. I'H.; ............ ...........j'.';' ... n........ ..:.....................-
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,' B. Arentz we. rs a't'ry pleasant tender feeling, and despairing' of obtain I I line daily. 'nlt.1":: O. A <}. trains will "Shall we have war with Germany ?" ...............! 1 ....,......... :
; smile to-dav. His wifearrived last ninht. jug the consent of the hitters: patents connect with the north and I south hound is the btflrtlinir headlines of all the great ............! B. !II. -.......... j .

They are pleasantly quartered at the residence I theconsummation! of their pliirhted\\ 14, I (mail trains! on the F. It. & N., coming up dailies. The Samoan trotihlrs looks a* ......................"..:. : .. ...;! ................ ._ _
i of )Ir. Robert Clark, where they determined to take the matter into their from lIoinuMsHii in the morning and returning il it might culminate that way. .j.j. -.7' "
will remain for the winter. own hands and become man HIM! wife, at nitiht. .
which they did flue Texas' II 0 r""' ..... .
f "evening at Lakeland. -- -------- "
Two Missouri gentlemen, father: and Miss Bescie! is the charming daughter Glover Miller wasllhesuccessfultuntes Two carloads of line grade northern

Ion, who have, been in turresl.undenee of our esteemed! townsman and) ex- tant for the Bootee medal at the Bides Texas horses will arrive next Thursday TM.RT.ATitrs1i.;

for some time with Judge Perkins will Mrs.Mayor, Major Adrain :Martin. Mr. and) prize drill last. evening' For Hale cheap. Inquire of ...:........................... ....,..... ..............................t..1
and become ,
today (set ,
arrive I permanent Freer will make Tampa heir future -- lUwdtd J. W. I'KAIWO.V.: ;

I tiers of the county. Others will follow home. IIt.ary1 liar.I has bought three- --" _

Our best!! wishes attend them in their fourths of the stock ol the Tacoma For "Hale. \/ ,
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The timbers of the ocean steamship
new life. T.) (street railway company' for $18yodO.! ; At the Seeflnd I laud Store' !in the Montezuma ; ; '
wharves in Savannah : on the --- --- -
gave way block, 1 large lid
: range one .
; .N..tO.I..i..fI.C..i'E..1'l .
24th and dumped two thousand tons of The Flat; Will'e.. four burner
gasoline ItOwith! oven, .L. I
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guano in Muwgrove creek. The damage The first Mate Fair held in the South !Services in the Baptist church. Morn and :Ji t coal oil stoves.FliH'Hto ... .. .... ...... ... ..... ......... ..:
to the property} is estimated at t-3.iOuu.( ) after the war, wits held at Macon, Ga. big sermon by the pastor. Subject : -- ------
! Solon Itobinwjn, at that time one of the "Our Hojmof Slorv.." ItK 1'. Savage *'k for "'Alt. : i

James Harvey[ who was convicted at editors of the New York Iribnnt, :attended of fct. I'aul, (illn., will: preach atIIIjlttt. Car load t of horses'' and mules 1111't'r)' ......... ........ .. : J
this term of court for burning the barn and wrote a long description of it. Subject : "ForChrist's bake.' fine Jersey cuttle, to be sold cheap for TO ; THE LADlE \

of John Gary, has applied' through hi* I He ended the article with these words : cash at li'Mit's livery stable jalblfIt. .. .. j ; ,

: attorneys, for a new trial. It is believed "But the American tlax did not wave !" Jlulf'I.\rl'l\"ab. - TO THUSK.J 1i7r0 WOVll: ilia roe I.

1 that it will be granted. That cannot be said of our Exposition.{ OCALA Horn, Jan. 2.j.-I) J. Lev, Boston ", I E.: YON'GE: A C)., The Ocala I'Jurn- ct"lTOJlJ.lS. ,ral l l. ,
t. Two handsome Maw W. ''l bers. Call and examine i .. '.
ears have just been received ; A. l'imlth.ew York : their line Mock t -

Mr. !Smith, special correspondent! of one 12 x 1M and tho other 6 x 12. Mrs. Willis lord, W. W. (iordon ami and trot g: the New York World, will go on the The Hags will wave and the band wife, !Savannah" Misses[ Gordon d I Sldeulni) f.
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Homotasaa' excursion! to-morrow, and the dlay. tilt"Ka&Dnah: ; Mrs. Win. IA>Vand\ -- I ::::::Housewives: : :
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Magnolia I U .
beauties of that incomparable' section tory, street,

'*.. will be made known to the legion of Gaul Word from Kverywhere.Alabama {maid,'llarle, Savannah ton,8. l'.; (John ia. ; J.l.aru E.:; Schrinner and wife,, the place( to buy your groceries.II. I.."...-Iksit..............i.....io'....taednuWe................. ...:,...'.of....our.... .......'.'''. 1 j .f

World reader Illinois, Arkansas, Colorado, Baltimore ; a T. Wallis., New Orleans ; 31tlt'.J ZACIUKIAS, Ib'oJlrit.tor.II i IMHIBlSE STOCK OF GROCERIES 1 1! ;
----- California
Michigan and Georgia I E. L Owens '
papers
TimiUtnoit E.: 1 Dimdkes ----- --
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:Mr. Frank Devendorf, has distributed ---\1
agent. are tilled with extended !
Exposition literature over the I notices ant complimentary Quincy, Fla.; John C. DuBoi, ? Hut do l "hi'u'k'dtu'ui :; we there f

". F. AV.. and E. T. V. A G. railroads ares I : the! result descriptions of invitationbent of our St.'DU'Tr1J1il:4l1 i:: Montague, Fla.; Dr. J. C 1'erinp' city| ; MARQN.OPEREQJSEFJK8T! /\\ I .... .... .. .aunourutbal.. .. .......... .
(ioo. W. lirown; city Itobt. V. Dav'i* ..... ...
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reports that the &mi-Trofiical Xtut isreceived out by the directors. Gov. Gordon, of ( ; WK: WILL: .W'I\ : AUiiouKbt OROCERZX
with favor. | I'alatka, Fla.; James K.: Broome, Quincy ; i .. .
everywhere great Georgia, sends a letter filled with gootl'wilth 1'8.' J. Caotnann, Cincinnati ; 1-;. B. Jordan firom us. to.*nyj>art'of tbiicttrwiifi

4 Mr. E. P. Dismukesl Senator-eleet from terprise.1!* and kind expressions for our en 1 :\urth Ontario, Cal. ONE. :::KIGIIT. ::ONLY: :;i i I 1'UO.Ml'TXl-X ANI: :DISl'ATCHt 1

u. Gadsden (' vice-president of __ __ I MONTKZCXA HOTEL, Jan. 25.-E. C.

the Merchants'He is National) Bank, is with' in the the Ill Will of Join In the l'ruce..lon. I Citra Allen,,FIa.j Blue; C.SJIlnp.\\ Cami.bt.ll: Fla.; II County; M. Ayer; Atbertus l- ;; ::Ai-'i-KAkANt-'K!:. : :x lf"tXALA"i|:. :: : "!I| ..::::;: \ I

city.new quarters very and greatly superb. pleaded fixtures of the I a willinifnestfji.f our"" merchant* 5e *their have stores expressed from j Voght, DunnelJon, Fla.: B. *D. I.....<./okTo.VH...... ........."................hew"iiKiM ......... .....1 i ; In ttwgt
bank. 1:30: to 3.30 p.( lv< tjt>' day in order II| Hodge. Ehnwooo Fla 4 Jamen Cribbett, :!;;;;; : ..FAMOUS. ... .. .E. ..:;.I| :l IT8 ..

__ that the clr i'' *...Fl and In New York ; II.V.. Long Martela..; O. '. "' ..... .........."iXCELLLi'X'4D;..... .... ;! : "I4k1... .....Tr'.1
Among other useful articles offered to the proceweiw.i ..ui-Troplcal Join !i 11. Edwards, .Orahamville, }1a.i; J. K N .Ts.: H..fT.i..R: ...:t..iL't".iil :....,IlM almost; t ooin*:::.:: (
be sent to our>;emi-Trvpical: U forty.boysall I Jolly Rochelle" B. C.: Wilson! Baltimore ; ::1. ;IN) ; i iNj i :!T: .Ke:; hl.i< is;! .

Protestant for adoption. Anybody also Olof'niu1.| dOlle| Thet t t. VvS s *;+ool will ,' ,Md.; ,J. E. ;Johnson, Memphis-, ::M M..,...;tl.:1'. ;=N Ni=1: ;
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in want of the ",mall boy" in the family Ii' c I Tenn.; C. C. Tlaorn| ,Waldo. Ha.ieo.; ; ; : ;. ; ; : .:. ;...:. :... : .... :.....! .

I ) are advised to correspond with Secretary E.pOtIIt'1.bal.' .. Allen, Cltra. Fbu; Mrs. L,. O. B. Gary, I :Iii atirii: nd iuflnM'l'riit IJ IJI : : : JI.

Clarke. .* Capt F. A. league and Messrs. Forest Cuts, Fla.; AJ rrr t B. C.: ; J. 11, WolUaiel. ;. ."..an.............-..a.. ..............:.......;.i<..i..iniiiIi..."....if....:.. I: .-......"......."........;..........I....:.. ....... ..._....


Bervic at In 10:45 the Methodist aDd 7 church Sub-tomorrow appointed Robertson; uw.hal.lor and Davis Mood/Exposition Lara open-been A. Little\ 6.and C.;wife Dr..,dfis.Chic. Citra.io. Ills FU-.; GUI.; Bam N. !;11UUEttN; .''.... iiiTiiiji'...................'.i ,!.m.fioo.u... .jfi.;.'Jan...'.....'.iKaumrart' :f :...BENJAMIN........ ... ............. .. .. ... .. ..;i&i. ..... -.1 ...... ....
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: m. po Gaines, l.t>teburJr: Fla V. I. Dnpnr i --
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This is ,
lpg day. a that the :
ject in the morning "The point of Unity will t.oe carried guaranty oat in pro Boardmaa Fl*.; L. Heriog. Sarannah, : & ;; ;n (toe t'atali.l,1,j I .i =i I _' I, 1ltll
gramme splendid
l'\ .r 9JlI Christian" .Sunday acbool at order. Ga.4 J. JU Tamer Hart well Ga, C Coal _!Tnrklth.. _Patrol.\ /Cmc.nl Quarw&e, .t, !fM>' ..",. ...... i \
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TIlE OCALA D.lll1'1.1 NSIW. Epxlal CornMpon'dence( Tit >ll.TUU cumulated l by hard work an honest dealinjr. How to 1'rencrve' Orange -IF YOU WAST OOOt> IX THE-
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) OF ; lit III 1 ft man of thf. people! and LARK; ('ITY, FLA., Jan 23, ISSt.

R ; "PHftVIXTP\ ; flPUV"\ known as one of Florida's must vntvr- J;lllor Ocala Manner, : -Drug Line

i>ri!'injr anI'lIhliC'-'pirite,1) citizens. Hein Thinking thai some! of readers.
your t
'A HIONTAMOU.S: riMtisiNo or always in the lend in every public entfrfirice may be interested! in the question of howto

TIIIHHn\, ,: \ .TIUI'ICAL1:X. ( while his purse! is ever open to ke >i a oranges* till spring. I send you' -0-
the call of dlltril}'. Stch'is the esteem In
facts about experiments
I'OSITIOX. in which he is held that at the last election : some the matter.In inyown THE PLACE TO FIXD THEM

he was elected, State !Senator for the
Motels Itnnks and Un-Int'. Houses December before the great freeze'I
: -IS AT-
Twentieth :Senatorial district
by an overwhelming -
m Ccncra1lj.Jiutli or" heal liRe ( took the ornnJI'\! from my yard/ trees. in

City, Ilejond all 1'recedeAt In the cashier majority.The It. B. McCotuiell (who i is, this city and packed' them away for DR. DELOUEST, -' .

f ,' history nf the Srulli--Ilrlcks. nmlIlooin. perhaps[ the youngest! hank cashier!' In spring' prig'e9.! The result was that. more
than months. afterwards had line
four '
+ the United States.), by his courtesy: a -(\ViXT:!' SlU x .l'AR&-) ,1
lot of fruit to ell in Florida at fancyprice" \-I
.t ;,. )promptness and a't'urICin his attention! !" Here i M what the linen- (scion of ICALA I I i : i : FLORIDA r.
'" ALA, FLA., January 23. visit to this to business! lias gained for '.himself hot ;.
,, : --- -= after alienee of friend and for the bank II June 10th. 1S87' volunteered.l to Fay of my Sm 31-88
enterprising city, even :tin a large j>atronatfc. editors
for
fruit I did and know that the
,4t -OCALA- FL 1., JANUARY go, !883' I of oidy two or three years, I Is a revala- the hank, All ro who satisfied have business with' thE'ircl11In4 with of thai )pttjK-r would-" any of I.t;;, ; )
away -- -- -- ---
t- tion and a wonder to those who admire Thene gentlemen from Luke" City :Mr. M :M.ScartmmuKh .
I 4 The tl'ack' In California (1)- 188S ) with him. The teller, Cnptain t ):le A. M. Hart toil Mr. T. T. :Molt
L was estimated at between 1 : 50,000 and time genliib of pluck and persistency.Ocala A. .Wright, is the right man in the lIIa.le. |>ltawnt call at the TIII"-,,'"'' office\ last S. R. BIRDSEY & CO 61J
' e'R; *">. d,4t,0,000twenty poundhnxeeanincrease, is not on a boom" I in the ordinary right place. Quiet, courteous, pr rcptand ilttht. They, brought with them niwrlmetiR 1 oflev ,.t '.
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:Mr. 111'i crop of orange,which he picked
attentive he business
. } Of 600,000 boxes over 1887. acceptation of that oft-quoted phraV. dispatches! : In Iicrcmber butt mid which he kept until lately ,

i I' ---_ ___ The grand<<1 I>X|>osition to be opens..1! next with ease and to the satisfaction of all. I\lIolts now Helmut at a round price. in Lake City. -oWholesale- ,, .
The handsome' Mr. I Fred The are at bright perfect and luicyw
I .. The public debt the 29th Is not much. the hook-kt''locr| orange just | / '
of Franco is estimated Tuesday, so Mason, who is of the they were pIcked--Letter than auy Sicily ort
' certainly one mostpleasant
I' j. at from .cl.180OOO.OOO) to 1,30000( ( ),oon, expression! of a shrewd' :', as the outgrowth and agreeable"gentlemen i allfornla fruit In the market & Retail r
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1 i' : English money. It Is the heaviest bur- of years of and masterly will be found his eVt'r1I't In the next day's editorial the follow- I i
1' <'" den borne by any nation nn the globe. business enterprise.} In other words, and, exhibit always I at the post, inl occurs, : ---DEALERS IX--
can neatestset
am sure,
I "The Brick City, got so full to overflowIng All Will Raid in the local notice, the form color
f of books I ha"'t'r The bank
(! Senator Joe Brown of Georgia, voted that the Semi-Tropical rose almost !seen. weight,juiciness! aouiidueM of the fruit Is perfect.
.,,r r : against the Senate tariff ontaneously I as the: and development was organized in December, 18x7, being Hanlwaro 1 LV GrocOIlios '
bill. We sign
; hope the successor'' of the Hall of Ocala Its Any who see fit to examine the Timei- ( \ Cl
\4 that Colonel Watterson.: protector of what could no longer be retained Union tile can dono.andsee t it-editorial. ;-!
( and I such has
capital 50,000
/ chief to the Star : Goddess. within its narrow limits.' The paid time ,
lyed is
happy. confidence.! of tlio public in its Two }'t'an:0 I packed a few hundred '.
smouldering files of her native I i energy and ranges for tairbanks! on Orange- ,.
\ Susan H. Anthony is again, )presiding: 'became suddenly' stirred and lo thegreat business management'' been, conducted so skillfully that the has end its Lake. and! they lav for one hundred davit 0
at
OCALA, I I I t
over : the front and. FLORI.sDA3m
a Exposition came to
woman sulirage convention in | of the of the first its or from the middle January until the ,
Washington! Men may come and men will always remain and be sustained!! )by 'Onntshowed immense year increase deposit and ac 1st of :May and lost! about ten percent.' t t.

.y -Way go; but ffusan keeps right along in the people of the Brick City," as a the net profits an of the business was 12, The )projier' season for Iloilll tile woik t r

the same old byway.Geohje monument to her thrift energy and tent. upon its capital. tier j Lan parsed by a month and yet the re-

pluck.A The nt'hauk building! which is unit wan as stated. At about the same -AT-
I A. Pearr-o brief sketch of the brick line ll'at'kl..lllome boxes for A ,'
ten necrrtary city" owned by the (bank is the mot handsome : Ilishop! "
of thJ Merchants' i Insurance Company, will ),given\ on account of the limited: in the state. The front and north Iloyt" at Citra. This latter fruit was too

. of Mobile, ha absconded leaving his accoutjts time the writer has tnrel'ltf'' this article. i sides' are of the finest plate glass. The rile\C1, there had probably been cold .'

+ shout to the amount of $.jOOUO.( The 0p|'>fining of the :Semi-Tropical: I bunk office is a marvel of beauty, fitted enough to injure It, the packing/ had been
la jio one trustworthy ? and the (Ocala Ilou!' e constrains me to up by artists hoare known to the finest jut recent and it was not dry enough ;

I, ___ give to those who may visit!! the city an workmen in that line III the United put; up. Still\ about ill() per cent of it was

Senator KIddleberger, whose term of idea. of what they will"we. etc. States.' Tim material is all of the antique good on the first of :May. A small lot FisfleI's ;0,.;
THE CITY OF office oak glass and ) bras \\
soon comes to an end, has not vet (polished 'can't
a a( decided upon his future career 'fhe Is the ('ounl"t'lt of Marion, and is located do justice to it In this article. Let our fresh from the trees. From these! .

report that ho will start out as a temperance in the center of the county, awl I in readers who visit Ocala go and Bee for repeated! exi>eriint>nta I am ready] to lielieve -
lecturer is premature \ the World the center of the peninsula. Up to 18SO themselves. \ : that it would be immensely\ to the
says it was an ill""lah'l'ilJa e of about three advantage! of orange growers, particularly
I hundred inhabitants since' which tune THE (X'ALA 11Ol'1 E. in the north end' of the
"Florida I orange belt topack Can l 11 found of the
remark the hvannah' AVw e onl
"continues to be the convenient 11t has been approached by three rail Under the management of Captain L. :\1. away their fruit till ppring.' Carefully
most and
pleasant winter roads. and 'ha* gro<*'n until It now numbers Thayer, who is so well ami favorably handled and properly stowed I \
tourist" The News resorts fur' Northern a population ot more than six known the tra\eling public is now open ),believe!I ) per cent of the crop can be

will always be' tho is winter correct. Florida for/ thOI1 allel. She has had no boom, nomad and prepared to accommodate, in A manner kept till :May, and 75 )percent till June.: Best assorted selected and
Americans resort impulse toward. wild and bubble far superior| to any efforts previouslymade W. M. DAVIS.TRAVELER'S ,

/t shs'cnlatmotts| so she will have no deprecation the The will stop with ourgenial : 'If,
In'III1t'14 and no tumble buck- host. visitors to this most II
Welbonrne, Australia, has had a World'sr wards. Her growth has been steady, attractive resort will\ (find so mallalld : GUIDE.
..Exposition and in 7uXJooshort.( ()( Don't most desirable priced I
1)6 alarmed solid, permanent and substantial. Midway pleasant dilutees, which- have only been : -- .
e= friends. Ocala is not put- Itetween the Atlantic and the iiilf, done bv the management to keep pace i Schedule of the S. S. O. & G. R R.

UnIon that,hiany airs. Hut she has put with Orange Lake to the north Lake: with the growth of the"Brick City." The. Leave (clill\ .................................. .15 A. !II.
np an excellent" exposition building and \Veirto the south, Silver Springs; and Ocala house has 229: rooms and under .. lloiuuoiuma................................. 4.11 P. >1.
t !is goin .to have an_excellent exhibit.. the Ocklawaha river to the east, and the management of Captain Thayer: and F. C. tfl P. R. R. (Old (0'. R. & N. Line.) Stock of Dry Goods --

*"*' Blue Springs \Vithlacooche river his polite clerk, IV.) Tucker, of Shelby-. Schedule. ,
The Tlmu-l'nlon is verv greatly dei all within yule, Ky., visitors will all '
to the west, a fl'millutes run, receive
OUTH IIOl' D.
lighted oVer the election of Jll'ees.I'
4 i Key. Jos. 1 .
t 1 already approached by three railroads\ wiry attention. ........ .... .....
De Pass 'ajwonger arrives I fu Ocala ? .C.OT\ p. M.
director !
of : .. ..
'r M the Experimental and having others contemplation and ....................2.05; A. M. in [the City.
station at Lake City. Kays he in not In course of construction ; located in the DR. (1. II. PEKINK:: DENTIST. Freigh1" .....................1.-i.} P. M. Ii Iie
S only eminent as a Divine, but is one of very heart of the most fertile and ele This gentleman, wt'1kllown\ in New I IIORTII IIOl'H'.1| d 31 dl'Ci mWatCIIQan j

ht '.i the most practical. agriculturists in the \'I\tt'.IIHrliou( of Florida,and surroundedby York *s a dentist, skilled beyond the 'amongcr arrives!. In.. Ocala., .................. 9.07 A. M.
'. l South in facial restoration .. .. .........11.10 p. M.
ordinary well
hundreds of acres! of beating i groves' the as aIn Frelgbt'. .. .. .................., 1.15A.M.
\ rich trucking I and tobacco lands, there is simpler} details of. the art, has associated
JOHXS. KRAZER,
Colonel Shephard, of the New York Siothing too sanguine nor too exlravaltaut hiniM-lf with his son, Dr. J. C.
1 fail and Expre", tH>reista in making in the of Ol'allIf Terine, the |opular dentist of Ocala. t\> Town Ticket Agent.

,\ .\ h mflclC ridiculous. He recently<< headed it be possible to anticipations build city in the interior They have located model dental/ etab- The F. S. R. R. Time Table.
!**"<*'a double-leadexl 1 editorial "Justice or the eo position and lishmen'! in the l beautiful Merchants' ROl'TH BOl'.ND.
concentration
' I War?" and that. the North is railroads' National Bank building. which for elegance Passenger arrives I In Ocala..1.&S>' P. M.
c says of ) .
unmistakablypoint .................... 6.05\ ; P. M.
1 il "ready to bury another million\ heroes to Ocala as! that city.t We believe and adaptability) for the )purposeit Freight! :: .. .. ................... .M> A. M.
I I; in the batlle-fields. of the South." that she has a )great future, the citizensof i Is designated to subserve, challenges : ....................Ii05 A. M.

the :Slate; recognize\ it and her citizens\ our admiration. This' institution occupies NORTH' aor:eD.Passenget :!.nv: :u

i' The farmers near Colfax, Win., raised fl'lllt and ate doing 1\11111 their a portion of the second floor of the arrives.. in OcaU.. .................... 7.15 A.M. A IJJ..ul
J such enornous of >otatot'ft thin j diner bank building. The saloon or h-ception ,' .....................12-0P.M.!
an crop | to !lpt'l'tllll'r and t they extend "
progress Fresght' .... ........ 9.M' A. M. -
S i season that they do not know what to do cordial welcome to others to help chars parlor is elegantly furnished orna- : :: .....................12.ttfi: A. :M. .
I ; with them. The bent price obtainable in her prosperity." limited with paintings.. and! statuary. .
ten cents per bU811(-1. One offered Almoht From this, one passes into a suit of operating Ocklawaha River floats A Complete Stock of
ri, i to give ,visitor grander load oft completely destroyed by ti rein rooms, vach completely furnished !KcamerOkanuiuketi luareiTalAtkaMondays .........,........... ..CS
a a matron 1SS3: in the show
I no city State can a ........: WivlnenJnyg, KrkU)" D.30: R. m.
choice potatoes if he would send a team four years' recoid of more marvelous with dental fixtures of the latest and Lean silver bprinK,:*........ .................................
/or them. growth. The business |portion of ti.e most complete pattern, while jtuintingson ......Tuewlaya, ThunMnyi' catunliijs, 9:30: a. m. a'
has I rebuilt almost of the walls distract the mind from thet'Ontt'lIIplatloJl Gents' FurnishingGoods. e.
n-en
city entirely
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f. ,The Chattanooga Times calls attentionto of .
physical and
woes, render
brick, and the .size and style of the itos.1'. GARY M. n ,
some Important historical facts in this' buildings. would do Credit to n city often the painful operations of the chair, rl

+J terse. language ; thousand inhabitants. Among: the the ( dream the broach rather a Jl,.

Th wan'who formulated and wliono Influencer brick edifices is! the Ocala house, covering pleasant! than an agonizing ex PHYSICIAN AND KCKGEON. .
pawed! through OOIIRTOH.! the lint lyhteiuailvalljr perience. Finally\ we add that --
i 1'1, andwoU'UreUrlffWM a VinjluUn by birth a almost an entire block and containing Irs IVrine'n may Rooms, Agnew & Uary'k lncx'k, Oc.iLA.Twenty S.r I
\1'lItan by adoption, a slave holder Iu MMfice two hundred rooms ; the :Montezuma )professional charges are .. -- ,
ev'eme jear's experience in FloridaTo I
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calculated! '
to bo within the
Clay Will Major
and hU name wa Henry aln ordinary .
containing >ut eighty rooms Diat'anea d'JII.IIlm: .
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llftiuon (give there lads duvaud careful consider f I'uie churches co'irt hou<*', market house, economies of living and art, ifan .thill;. HEADY :MADE a .

t atloaT ___ _____-,. jrfil, and alnnit thirty-one store buiU 1 les-ened by the extraordinary facilities

The annual report of Governor Church nags, some of which are three stories which they JHJIWOIW for the practice of 01

S shows that the population of and ornamented with preed brick, dental surgery. A card will soon appear CLOTHINGTailoring
of Dakota
from hits
gentlemen, and' will be read!
the terrltory'has increased O'.VUtJ: during. stone trimmings! and' iron fronts. Ocala their Our Lady Customers

the past year and now is (MO,8L'3.: The hat: all told about fifty business houses by many favorite admirers and )patrons inFlorida's S

I iKipulatlon of Idaho, accordlnp to (lov.BtevenBon soneof which do a largo wholesale' buaincttri The journal. I
': about The total ; two national banks three ncwa- same reception room leads into
Is 100,000. ; -- Department
the elegant offices of Messrs. Goo. W. Unex-
1 value of taxable property to $21.M,3y.\: : : ]1'1'1"1I| ; three livery btublesjBix; : hotels; Brown
N 'w Mexico's population has increased'r'Itl&rdurin : three restaurants ; one ten-ton ice factory Co.This, Dr.)firm J. C. I'erine being aparhmer. Miss\ : McColgau 1 loaves collod In Fits and Prices.
although recently deeSMmI. i
The taxAble two saw and platting mills\
; tho ; ; one
past yiwr.
formed, is doing tine business in iu few for New
loaning a
o days
music house two cigar factories
fifteen 4
r property is valued at *48,151,820."Sir" ; ; ,
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lawyer ; four tlOl'tOnl1100; shop, black- ": money koarcltiiig titles and making York. "'l\ would 1 1 siy 1 I. J. BROKAW R
imeatorB
William Conrad Ii\;: '(", Chief smith spoils, wheelwright shops, no in the nappv rich by selling them bargains to who haveoik ,
lands of Marion
r Justice Of Barba.lo, Just knighted by liquor shops, but plenty of club rooms Their advertisement will county. any --1-
Victoria !is a colored) man. Ills motherwas Subscriptions are being; raised for the also soon appear. to do, that \vo are go-
Ills father erection of a ten-thousand dollar THE MARION
a full-blooded negres\ publics&'heol 1 find I have exhausted the limits of a lug to cline: out our COUNTY NURSERYMAN. :
the colored citizens
The justicebegan building ;
ctllof
was a Scotch planter. ) single letter, and vet have failed to noteutorethan winter stock I I1
life as a printer. lie has served have just (vmipleted a school buildingsaid ; tithe as near Cegin

attorney-general of the to be as tine as any in the State ; and l+lItl'rprl14"Ilack even of Ocala's which moreprominent as possible, and goods 1OFFfR I t\,.
.1 colony the because of the street and sidewalks are being
and resigned )past *
a will
disagreement, with Joy :Sir John lien- paved 1, and electric lights: and waterworks be supplemented hereafter.E.L0. will bo bold at cost for ; TO TJn: PUBLIO.\ FIXE LINE
a
on the West Indian federation. are among the realities. the uext 10 days, Wo OF SURGERY
nosey chief- The growth of the city in the of STOCK-GRAPEVINES
has serveM for six years as way -----
He urivate residences U In keeping with its The Mention Thief on EarthsThis will put iu 1goot! A SPCIAUTY.djan52m w

i justices business growth. ltl'alstAte is held, spring stock and must
Stilling the Waves. not at exhorbitant, but at hl1ftll'nindlurl'tJ. New York World tblnklthat John -
is and i il\ on an McOovern( U the meanest thief on earth make room for it.
everything! upgradeand
I A new method of applying oil, to les- betokens a splendid future.MCRCIUXTS' MctJovern is a fireman and out of employ ADDRESS: Anthony Fla.

leD the dangerous effects of heavy seas ment. The other day hemet Joe Mason, Very Respectfully,
,1 daring ,aloe or wind, has been Invented. NATIONAL BANK. a brother fireman going to his work. -
s ordinary rocket Is supplied with. a We take pleasure in calling attention McGovern then went to Mason's house LAND ,1

; .*; .An tlu qUnder containing a pound of oil, to the advertisement of the Merchant and told hill wife that the boat on which EHoodE&ENashE TITLES 1 11 '

S >, in of the usual exploding top. National Hank, of Ocala, one of the her husband i is employee! had been run -1-
hro11Jt place the center of the oil runs a safest and most respectable banks In the into by a ferry boat { that the captain ,

..', &Q1a1tube\ containing two ounces of elate. While on a visit to the "Urickl'ity" had been killed and, her husband furiously THE BEACON & Z
ADAMS
gunpowder, which ftuite AI lOOn as the we had the pleasure of hdeou lug injured, and bad been taken to the
ottye po'erot the rocket it and personally! acquainted with the officers hospital Upon the recital of the story JAS. T. LANCASTER, ABSTRACT COMPANY. I }:

.: explodee, eastinl the oil In a tine spray of the bank and while they wl"fe1.\ at the wife fainted. When she recovered '

the water, kperlments} yS busy aa bees attending to the immense!' he told her be wanted) her husband's -I-Ii ,11.5 .
oyer ,
Island and on board the steamship buflineea of the bank they took time to best suit of clothes fl to pay a nurse REAL ESTATE 7llE PL.CE -
the success of the sh,wu and make i DEA.LXB. 10 OET THE FACTS ,
1 lYerra demoruetrated every courtesy oar he baJ employed, were quickly ,
.hnenUon. Tb rockets are tended visit to pleasant that It will always be a given him. the .aa very much -1- --1-( 'I

-"ept IJI ring crews reach. brVht pot In our memory. shocked soon afte Id to see her JliO ; j ( .
>. ,;:t ell AB ,fot r 10 n. i 'Jfha president, lion. John P. Dunn U huaba,4} walk, Into without m ; i I : : JUD4 Ornci, .. \ : j1
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1: and products of general interest: from all States and countries Entry is open) to the world. for the display of its pioducts. No chaige for entries! nor : "space for the products' or
.....manufactures. of Florida.
The United States Experimental Station for iiupiovement' and development of products' indigenous to this section has bi-eu located contiguous to our e.siioMtion: gioundn.a7"We '
invite exhibits of all descriptions! particularly r tho:-e,peitaining 1 to the arts chanics< and agriculture, guaianteeing uniform courtesy to all .,\hi Jitul'JoI.



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GEORGE "". WILSON, President. "'M. 1 FOX Fir:-t \'ict-I'resident. HIt H. KNIGHT, Secohd.Vice-President' a

C. ,V'. CAMPBELL, SR., General Manager. G. S.1.: .\YO. TI''a!>-m''r. J. O. CLARKE{ Secretary. .
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Lulu, Florida.1
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SUCCESSORS TO THE BANK OF OCALA.
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.CAPITAL SURPLUS STOCK. $50,000.00:1.(),;().OO Paid Up Capital, Authorized Capital, ; ; OP' STOCK. .

."'. S $50,000. $150,000, Quality of (;(oods: and Low Prices.

I orricinis: : L'S'.1(1\Et'I'rr.: : ',Ir \V.M.<'01' ,\'.1'rr. -0- ,
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1"* P. })mlt'Et:s, l'ke-ft.ldt'Ta. jA.
I'*. D. McCossEtt, Cathitr? f $ ,- ,t" ahKatrt

I. -< Dell dour t' tlou.l & .)-. :''..'

Being now titablitlxd( ; cur new end tlfgwdant building. tn are frtjxired to gunr- l2m 3I 1-SIA / '. -'.
a>,t Uee.aa,facek)'ito alt. .. MCINTYI: OA III: : ::EIZ. 1' 't
lutineM transacted. Excl bought and told.BOARD .
General flan king Jngt I
COMI'MTTi: ': LINE-
SURPLUS .OOO.OO
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will extend + urt ) fat' to with! nalnankintr. ,
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"'onal Park Bank of New Fork Jal'tnccatVJrVtl Dink nf fhtton.A Its Special Correspondents in all important cities in the Went.
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V' number of the railroad' lYmIranies| In the
f.' ,1 United Mates make public statements of a O
p:,!1 the result of their oiK-rations for the, calendar 3
"; year, yet Hutfiiitnt figures' are already -
f I ; at hand to pru\o what wan already
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t Understood, that the 1H8S was a very .
unsatisfactory one for the railways of .f c:
x *' the United 1 States as a whole Notwithstanding
tI ,, that the imitate) of the country :
has been hummed! thirteen i thousand t ,
miles the preceding year, and that over .
thousand inileH i added last '
:, seven Here i
year, thus bringing an mormons In- t1JC
' I t,crease of business, still the gross earn-
Injllf: show nary little gain, and the, net a
I' earnings, when they are lltrnred! up, may .
show even a loss coiujmred! with 1887, in
spite of the Increase of mileage..: TIlt
fierce and widely extended rate wars- H
the natural result of the budding of HO r
many competitive lints-had the, effect : d '
of forcing rates down to a lower average DD
than ever before known, much traffic r iI
having been carried on at even !less than fie
I the (''08t. The Age then gives 1Ii"t of :
ninety-He\en railway lines, with their [
earnings, and continues : "From this it j r :2I
appears that ninety-seven IIIIVM, whit
i about 51,700 miles of road, tanned in
18S8t343,02ynOJ' ( a gain of Hblll,52J: or ;
scarcely 3 per cent. over iM7 upon a considerably iX ,
increaflnl mileage. The list
includes onl ,c11e of the Eastern trunk 4r ,
lines, and Only a few of the (>r :. The number of companies, IIIJr.II'1 1
I which show an Increase w53, .
< show a lt-creaHe. The greatest ,I Wr'1''J.
iF. ,....re made bv two of the Pacific
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Southern Pacific reporting
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the enormous intreaHwof H, '50.- I II
(100-its earnings reaching the extiaor- I ;:
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Binary amount of t46X( ( 0tKri1-and, ) the ., 2. J,
;r Northern Pacificon earnings of J18t' 000, showing increase of fl,188S8J. :c
C The unfavorable result of last jtar'e:! toT '
lack of busmen
work was not due to
The amount of traffic carried extetdedthat
:. of any previous year, and if fair \I a
rates had been receded the road! would\ .
have proapered. The new year starts # m
t' out with much greatereucouragenaeut in
this respect than its prtniet' 'rusor, and J .
earnings thus far have generally shown
improvement. It rents with the railway
,, managers and with the law-utakersto CO '
say whether 18VJ shall Drove to bo a
year of prosperity or of disaster to our

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