The Ocala banner
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Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala daily banner
Daily banner
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Banner Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Ocala Marion County Fla
Creation Date: January 23, 1889
Publication Date: 1883-
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
daily (except sunday)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 17, no. 12 (Aug. 25, 1883)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for 1884 later called new ser. vol. 2.
General Note: Editors: T.W. Harris, F.E. Harris, C.L. Bittinger.
General Note: Description based on: New ser., vol. 2, no. 14 (Dec. 1, 1883).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Our Regular Cornvpondencc.The .
The Deadly lllfle Does the Work. ladies' N. }<;. Home club was postponed .

. This afternoon Joe Small and NorthernBill on account of a sudden but not ; CITY OFFICERS .1: '.

both colored were \,la'inJ'a,18/: ina unexpected: death of one of thefrfriends' ,, Mayor-Dr. 1 h<*. P. (jar)'
Edward T. Gilbert who with nerk-W. A. nnllmk.iIareha1t' .
shed in rear of moake wagon shop,, Mr. came .
E. Kail.
when a dilh'culty arose between them the party of Eostlakers from Mass., on ('ollw'tor-.F.! I*. (ia>t on.Aiwu'or .
and the former shot the latter with A the 10th of December 1888. lie was -I). E. Melwr.
title, through the body and It'Jand/: it I is loved and esteemed by all who knew TI't'II"1\l't'r-R. K. nowdeu.

f said he cannot live. As noon as the him. He died on the 15 inst., of a I'rvftiU'ut.Alilcrtuoii Council-.Jno.F. I"F.nn fiunn.Honniof K.: .W. Agnew,
shooting was done and the alarm rained disease of the heart. His father was J. T. Lanc+uter.. John A. Rowe 1. K. U iiont. K.U.
the darkey took to his heels and Mar. notified bv telegraph of his critical C'OII'clition. SmOh,11 i I. \>'. C handler: 1. Itrowii and W. U.: Mats

steal Ball and Officer Barnett followed Monday night, and In- started shall Sanitary InKx| 'ctor-W. T.'Klng. rti
6E 1 t? him and attempted) to capture the murderer Tuesday morning, arriving here on Friday COUNTY OFFICERS.

but the latter opened up on his afternoon, exacting to find his on Comity JuJire) --Kloliant McCoimtby.Count .
Mirsuers with his gun and compelledthem alive, but instead, the tody: had already vnerk-l>. A, Miller!
to return to town for when been embalmed by R: McC.il! A. Son, snit Sheriff:. T. W I11l imAowNior ..
hell'I in casket for burial. ->J. (:. MAtb."..
the lhelUf and his deputy in pursuit rut a metalic ready ('o1tt'ttnr-lI. T "'Artmaon. lira
/q With horses and Winchesters The father fe tar ted with the remains for Trfamivr. u. I' \lea. 1
darkey made for the hammock South of North Brookfield :\la"8., oil Saturday, 8u|< rlnten
town. It is said (that sometime since where he wlJll probably l arrive Mondayor Tayuo(1.: ,I F'leningu.n.onnfy C'oinmlKhlonen. W. Long, W. P.

these two men had a misunderstandingand Tuesday.Mr. Tranttiam. M 1. It 1 turn K. S. IVrrtn.l'. \Vllllftmmm -

A tight in which "Northern Bill'1 B. F. Hamilton bought a very nice The l'"ulltrl'omml..lolltn' meet the first MonA .
almost bit of!' Joe Small's nose and badly of mule, wn goo and harness and ,,j lne\pry month.
'# beat him, and the present feud with the flair supplying the wood! rack. scud llonrd-. 'K. ItarrU. K T. WaUwann,
fatal are the) result of that M. ttMowr, A. K. (irimn., I', L Durlnoo.; 4
eoncequences The Countess DeQulvilly a former //'I'h\lullklArd' l meets Dm Monday la every luouth.
unpleasantness.! resident of the Lake, 'is spending a COUNTY BOARD OF HEALTH. ;

WILL OI'EX AT Of 'ALA, FLA.I JAXl'AJtY Mth, t.\MJ. LATLST-The negro has been captured: few days with Mrs. Dr. Myers, at Ockla. l'rceident-Or. T. I1. CJary uI
wana. C Kecr-tary-C'a4.. K. It. ".ilardlilin.M .
-- -- -- ------ Highly. Commended.Mr. Memhcr.-Ar I P. A. Smith, Anthony, Mcmri.
We are sorry to say that the Baroness 8. McMcraud D. II. Inrln.
BUDGET OF HOME NEWSC. Our Duty to Our Guests, O. 11. Farris, of Santos, has a Madame Von Feileisch and Miss Ida
twelve year old daughter alllrcted with Burgess will soon leavethe 1 lake for their a
Many inquiries are c-ominir in, not I'renlilent F haunt
blindness whom he conveyed to
later Northern homes. Vice ITfulilonV-H. A. Wealhen.Nerctarr .
alone Ft'crE'tlll't'larke
to of the SemiTropical
L. BITTIXUBR.City Editor. Blind Deaf Iute institute
the State -IVm. Foe
Mr. K. Snow; and A. E. Mcln-
but to other citizens making George: hoard < I1.
located at St. Augustine, to receive the of Ooveruon Mao Jr. C. Rheloauer. -
the abstract; business U inquiries about Ocala and her accommodations and education of that grand and tire made a business trip Mr. Batty says care
and cost of Karne Besides our noble benefaction which only those unfortunates days ago. W m. Fox and H W. Moody, )M

picking up. Puinological guests ti rticii1tural societies can enjoy under its benignant Mr. George K. Snow has lust receivedan BUILDING AND LOANASSOCIA.TION. ..

The circuit clerk's olKce is a regular will also be largely represented. We management. Air. F. said he took his order tier two car loads of oranges, .

bee hive recording: imluttry.! trust not wait far their |presence> here; little daughter ti.ere with many misgivings from New York, which he will fill atonce. Vice 1'n'lIldt'nt-.C.l'rt>aldent II.-K timer.<1. Delouuat.Hvciftary .

but organize: now committees' whose but realizing the child could not _._ "'N. and Tn'lUIurttr.-Inul. Fox.
Mr. Frank Wallace, the Mate agent of dutv it will be to meet thee gentlemen the assistance and -- Iioaixlot Iiim-tort-J. T lAiiriuter.phen Isaac Ate
his ands receive at home help, Hotel Arrivals ., I. Drown M. FUhfl, A. F.. ItoloueM, Ito U.
the L. & N. line, has made Ocala ladies at I incoming trains !give them aid her misfortunes called for, he would Zacharies and R. A, Hurford. *t iip
headquarters iuHiead of Jacksonville.Rev. such I information 'a* they will need and give it an inspection and trial. The result OCALA HOI-BE Jan. 28-W. W. Mitchell OCALA RIFLES.
direct them where to Our interestin l' llitkl\' K. A. \\'hf't'lock.l'utn
his visit revelation to hi
of ln.
was Niuh.
T. M. White and family of Cotton these people must take, the largest! All his fears of the manner in which the II. W. Crook, Bath, Me.; Tho M. WIN Captllln-Ioo First utt'lIan'-It.A. B. McConnell
Plant, departed today for Pierson sco|'e of social and hospitable' \ feeling and children were treated disappeared when con, Jacksonville; Win. Shaw: Atlanta; Second Mfiitenant K. Wllllaini. p

\\j Fla., his new field of religious labor in greeting., Laving aaih'i l self we must he saw that Professor Terrell And his E. F. Keil'ert Boston;; G. H. Coleman, Forty Memtwrt.

the Methodist church.R. demonstrate to our visiting (friends by amiable wife had completly captured the Cincinnati.. A.: Griffin, Newliery S. C; FIRE COMPANY .
e\ervactof courtesy, kindness and at unfortunates their kindness and E. B, Jordan, :New-; Orleans; J. S. Mo Chlef-T. t). I ancasrer.ForsmauMauries .
Tenn. is little by K irinauer.Flnt .
of Woodbury, ,
C. ,
tendon to them that our natures are as Cracken and wife, Philadelphia F. C.
; ;
of hor'eIr.. S. I gentle treatment and care for their every nwl taiil--lx>in "III k.
in the city with a car Oi-klawaha' full of sunshine and trenemus impulse, and all strove to show to their Bartholow, Baltimore; I). J. Clarke, Peonnd amlMant-. U. MarihalLhtcretary
was formerly a resident of I' as is the balmly atmosphere} that we thoughtful teachers how much they Macon; Arthur Lyman, New' York; W. Twenty-live t J.mt-inlieri.It.; Mallett.

at Lake Weir. breathe or the soft sunlight that glows \thought of and loved them. Everythingin :: II. House, North Carolina; F. W. "Flint HOOK AND LADDER COMPANY.

Mrs. R. R. Coburn, wife of the j.ronrie- : and sparkles under our nnappreachableSouthern and around the building is scrupulously I Atlanta. l'n'a""nt-tAt.ram. Palmer
skies. habits MosTKzi'MA. Ja,. 28. (;. W. Campbell
peninsular -
'tor'of the Chicago restaurant,arrived last I clean and the same are i FortmanMlki IIetimAssistantWells (
evening and will assist her husband in -- -- -- --- taught the children. Mr. Farm days no. county; Mr. Mary P. Dwelly, county' ; H. klchardimn..
Twenty memhert.LULULA
Knight ThoH. Parkcs and O. B. Floydof
that resort. Oliver arent need hesitate to Jntrust their ,
IJyrou >
conducting Thursday Night. children I to the institutr should any sad Belleview, Fla.; E.: C. Hood, city; Jno. C. LODGE, NO. aa, I. O. 0, F.I .

vessels that carried grain The following complimentary noticeis afflictions be their unfortunate lot, and Welter Louisville; Goo H. Lennox, New [Meeu every Tuesday eventual]
Of the 7M last Seamed l the given the Oliver By ron Company, who such child in the "'tattLlack or York; N. T. Willty and T. T. Sherman, W. II. Challle, N. (I.
from New York year will give a tinstclasn entertainment in the every McCabe A Young's minstrelsCharle; H.Yenton W. M. I'hllllp., Herrutary.
the foot. receive the educationthe
We stand at white AU
American flags! visiting brothen cordially loltM.
Opera House Thursday night, by the Boston. O. B. Flood Jacksonville
Three ships I How are the mighty institute can and will give them. Grahatnvjlie OCALA CHAPTER NO. R. A, M.
Philadelphia Record, a*given at the National ----- ; Geo. I. Cellon, II. L. 13
fallen. Theatre: lie Leads the l'roce,,*lon. Ball. Tallahassee; IL G. Wright, Oxford; Ocala Chapter No. 18, K. A. M. Convocations
propositions in France to Oliver Byron's Inside Track" is a and J. \\ Buchanan, F. S. R.'y; Chan. K.. flrw Monday night In every month.II, W..Loan II s r
There to the very adroit contrived and effective We have on previous sundry occasions Murdock, F. S. It.')'; T. T. Wilkeiwui; J. (H. Fiuti. Secretary.
construct canals from B rdeauz Nar- drama in which corned and I sensationare spoken about Mr. Jos. T. Lancaster Thomnsville Ga.; J. P. Chij-man' Citra; .
seaboard of the Atlantic and total l judiciously mingled. Mr. Byron as one of the representative and II. J. Essen: Citra;Andrew \ WIle G loss-
boume to the Mediterranean 41 DelllJl h leading real estate dealers of Ocala and Dudlev
Harry and Kate Byron as tow. Dakota; Wiu. lwlieyMiss
lenth,330( miles; cost 130,000,000. "Jerry Twaddle, have fine charactersand it is a source af pleasure to us to again and .J 110. J. Dudley, Kansas City; R. T. BENJAMIN ill FOX

of Taylor & Wallace New the audience U i given ample opportunity ask our numerous readers invest and in those Florida Mortgall and wife Kansas Ctiy; E. C.
Mr Taylor to intending to
looking or [
firm and pleasantlyremembered to measure their dramatic ac Allen,jr., Blue Springs.
York, commission soil to carefully peruse his double
through the stay of ( quirements. Jerry a boy ragieddler .
in the
with was a neat and effective piece of coljmn advertisement! weeklyB4NrEL
winter-is again Ocklawaha River Boats
wife In our city last character work. Mr. Bvron played the Mr. I. is a gentleman of his

role of an easy-going; young fellow very wordIlt'rfpc.tly/ reliable and trustworthyand Steamer...... M Okanumkee<'iula>... Wedneodayi leave ., .."r1.1rI,030; a. m. \
us.Rev.'R. and family left for cleverly, and watt fairly supported. the immense business he has established Leave"tillver .......-......... The Holidays are Past !
L. Wiggins! which districthe in his. line during the past two ......Tuewlaye, itiunslays, Saturdays, 9.30; a. 10,
Live Oak yetenlay, over he has
and the satisfied customers
lI"Ulllreside. Mrs Wiggins! wan quite lion Frank Pooser! received! a letter years made and the confidence created in those ---- --
ill and not In a physical condition to this morning from J. Eras t us Lester, who have Belt with him is ample evidence I 11
the journey.Rev. EM.oflrovidence. 11. I., in which he of the kind of stutf he is made of.But LAJSrDjriTLBS THI IIITHII IH ovint.We .

well known to the says he and his family desire to visit ourcity particularize, Mr. Lancaster's V r, ? 1 1r
Ben Helm, so the session why
during the Pomologi-
and busine -Hke record is
county honorable *
church going people summer of Marion a resident of cal Society and that uianf. others art, before vou ; inspect his bargains: and THE BEACON & ADAMS have nettled down to strict bu,-
but during the past i>re paring to come with him, but wonldlike
arrived in Ocala yesterday. make an investment in Ocala Marion mess, and we OW8n business
Kentucky, business with I'le&lure.visiting to know the price of accommodations county, and our word for it, it will, ina ABSTRACT COMPANY.
He will combine Lake Weir. and whether they can be had in few a handsome divi. in what we say
South pay you
his mother at Ocala. For the information of all persons dend. years -l-I

Pa., sister contemplating a visit to our city IS THE PLACE 70 GET THE FACTS .
Miss Miller of Philadelphia the Attention, Ocala ItitlestThe r
last even- during bemi-Tropical season, that -We have Large Stock of
C. B. Collins board and lodging can be had at private contest for the Koonce-Medal will t
l "-- -
Sgid spent the night tn family nX boarding-houst-B from t>5 to |7 week :
going i per take place on Friday, January 25th. All ax
Mr. JOB T. Lancaster, with. whom or tl to )rl.5u per day. Prices at hotels members are requested to assemble in Ornct, : t OC'ALA IIore J.
the country to visit bersister, range from *2 to W per day ; by the the Armory in Fatigue Uniform on that WI ter Dress GooasSuch

she will spend..____the_A.----------winter. week lower rates will be made, and that evening at 7:30, standard time. IJam
of Kent :Moor good and ample accommodations can be G. A. NABII, Captain
Mr Moor of the firm Lad by all. Come, come we can take

Candler and who has been ot m'nths in, prinLltield.dOing i. care of you.OJlyer Mr. Knight, who is section boss on theF. :

.Mass., for a number service for Florida S. R. R. at Boardman is- said to have To Customers na Funnels, Canlnneres, lieu
faithful missionary returnt'll home Byron'. "Inside Track." invented a scheme whereby all frogs on our Lady

Wand agora U rticular,and handsomer JtidadtlphiA StpMu. railroad tracts can be dispensed with. riettnw, Albotron, etc.., qpl -
.1 a few days smiles Railroad men proclaim hU device a ortnl and black
Oliver) Byron and his "Iniide Track" played
than ever; __ to the bifgwt we k't tiulnMat the National It* bonanza. Merchant and postmaster
note that the South week thst b"ever played 10 in this city. Two Smith has gone in with Mr. Knight and ,
W. are pleased to ain on Dl&bu the orchestra went Into an open box to the patent will be told to all railroad tt
is a make room in the parquet for the crowd. Mif McColgan leaves
Florid edited >g
moreoably than ever, companies. -We will offer these
goods-; -J:JI
deck At Marion Opera House on the 2-ith
Ierrien A; 8ons. In a few days for New I
by its oM t. in that one night only. Secure your seats early Fine Tease Horse.
Owing to the" epidemic troubles was tern- of Mr. Sylvester at the Ocala House. Two car-loads of fine grade northern York We would nay OD 'J111mB'nr! mlJ.1r&

city over a year ago, the Success paper to its new Texas horses will arrive next Thursday.For to any who have workto

rarlly 8Upended. We had a pleasant business visit from sale cheap. Inquire of do that

life andiuat1Y80 Mr. J. P. Chipman of Kentville, (Canada 19wdtd _J. W. PKAESOM. we are going I Regardless of Cost !it

Col. Badger U aji( irate citizen, but temporarily staying at Citra, wherehe The Farmer' AHUuc of Florida will to doses out our

\ at the work that thebai dwpoilen set out has been since November, looking continue Us old oftlfen for another year. winter clock an near
band done to the shade trees after the gathering and shipment of the -To clone out and for
ruined and nO at possible and good get ready -
in front of his lot all oC oranges from thetiourUhing und productive The Ocala bigh.echoulbuenrolled 100 ,
reward is offered for the apprehension orange grove of Bangster & Chipman. pupils. will be BOld at coat for
the dastard who did va mean and dev Their crop amounted to 11,000 boxes for OUR HIMUNO TUADE.
tickets ll'tJr *7M at Coburn' We 1
wanton work must Meal ) tbenejctlOdaya.
Such which
Dicabl. an act. satisfactory prices were realiied,
be stopped. and the yield greatly in excess of any Chicago Dining Hail will put Ina good i .

__ Jack. former season.Among Fine tCKk: fur Wale. spring stock and lauat- i We will positively sell these goodsoff

Mr. Sigo Meyer, the well known and at what we can get for them
e'dld the Car load of horses and mole very I ,
the musicians their
on make for it
r sonville cigar manufacturer Ocala that he bad from Sew York for Prof. Colby's) military way. fine Jersey; tattle, to be sold cheap toy room II and the Brat to select will
other when in
day cuhlt Roofs livery stable. jaUnt < have the benefit of the
traveled ill over the State and there wasmore band for the Exposition, is MOMVoter ; Very Respectfully, I

evident of actual bu mew in our a fine clarinet soloist, late of Gil.more's RE. YONGB A C X The Ocala Plant i -LargeVarlety.lBENJAMIN' .-

then city peroos than 0visited.*head on pBuS her and Again the band.rain the wlodowsfcf desceod}th.-heaven. are open ben.and d Sldeelm ttt Call good and work examine at reasonable their fiat prides stock,,I :::Hood=&=Nash.= I & FOX., '

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+ : ':'''OGALA. DAILY BANNER NOTAIILK SPEECHES. avowal of the policy of just and impartial >,y the f A. census returnl for 0hithe Urgent -IF VOC WANT GOODS. IN, THE- ,
-:.'. -::::.. treatment of the colored man, recog- per Bent- ofpanJ>fn of .ny other ftte 1. havingone
Besides the speech made by Mr. nszing and according him the 1 for >W.
1-' same po- for every SCO p )x>ple; Mawachusetts. : ..Drug-Line
.I ,..,. P. $. HARRIS, Editor Henry W. Grady, editor of the Atlanta liticaland I t legal rights and privileges as New' York and Ohie, one for 1.\ ; Alabama

I.t.. OorutUulion, at the Texas State Fair at those powcwed and ) the white Georgia and Florida, one for 1.5CO

.. Dallas, which dealt largely in a discussion man, yet for saying and wing which, the It i* claimed: by Gen. Tillson and other 1'1'0blb1Uonl8u -0-
.. .,.. of the race problem," two other avowal of the self same policy, the Ku- that JUG'ne bas Increased in population -
notable speeches have been made bvRmithern Klux*Klans were organized twenty years tirirel O. TUE PLACE TO FIND THEMIS

'v ; men since General Harrironelection. II ago, and to have avowed which would The reverse I la shown \by the vote In the.last
; have been to put himself outside the pale Presidential election and It h the only 9ut3 AT-

fe One of these WM by the Hon. W. C. of social recognition. But the great fact North that ht lost 'n votes since.1'11." \ few in

P. Iireckeuride, of Kentucky, in Charleston that Mr. Breckenridge! can make such a tie South show less but the lesson IA obvious. DR. DELOUEST,
S. C., at the annual dinner of the speech as that in the city of Charleston I111 state briefly that corewlwiloneis! appointed -
New England Society" and In response! today and that Mr. Jos. E. Brown, by Pre.ldent Lincoln 'to report npon the -\\IoIT( SIDE SQUAEK.)

to the toast: "Forefather's ay-the Set whose Name was once too despised to tie I I health condition ot the troops In the field. found
of a harvest of other days by which the uttered except with and loathing : OCALA i I I t I I FLORIDA
contempt twice ai many upon the sick! list from Maine It
J44. World has been Enriched.; In response!! can represent the great State of from the average of other states.(Copy report on *_ l!. ? 9184
t : to such a toast the history!! of the Southits Georgia in the United Statrs Senate, file in Wwblng.cn.i

past and present conditions-the negroes' shows that the principles and purposes The Mayor of Portland says: -- -

.. presence among us as a slave and of the men we have referred to were not "The arrests! commenced in I 1MJ:\ with 29" In
A y as a freedman-was inevitable and the in rain. that and rAn to the startling figure of
; OCALA, FLA., JANUARY tj, 13S9. race problem" was discussed' at some The next notable speech: that we mentioned 2,510.year with a population up of 49O nn", Xo other city S. R. BIRDSEY l& CO.

+ ti length and with Meat candor. as having been made since Gen on earth presents;:b a record ,

Mr. IJreckenncltfO believes that Go Harrison was elected President, was that I The prominent prohibitionists Maine claim
A New Orange! Blrrr.By created man one race and that the ne: made before the American Protective I that a lArge percentage of drunknncM in Port --0-.
t 4t request of Jddge Means of Kvln: procs are included among those for: Tariff League" at an annual dinner at land WM due tn the fact that ft. large number' of
ia, ston,In comJJAn1 ivithCol.Livingetonand> ( whom Christ died on Cavalry. That Delmonico's In New York city, on the the people from the country round that place Wholesale & Retail

Key, Ben Helm, we visited the beautiful their destiny is cant among a people who 16th of this month, which we shall review become thirsty and goto Portland to get liquor. DEALERS IXOCALA
ft it and productive orange grove of Mr: believe in the principles enunciated by to-morrowas this article has! grown This i II lion Dlngley' theory of the matter. I -

otter's on Orange avenue to see the Thomas! Jefferson that. "all men are created long enough already for our columns will simply say the Hon. ?. C. McGlnnls, of"fit.
q working of a newly'1lLtcnted orange and fine and equal," that they are citizens Louis reoort ot arrest In that city, where liquor '
I lemon eizer. The strange part of this smug/ us with the same rights and WHO IS TO BLAME." 1* sold under A license, show lee than hslf the Harlwarc 0 ( &1 Grocerie

machine l iA that it waiinventM bv a Mr. privileges. which the whites possess and arrest in proportion to population. This he I

Jon of York, Pennsylvania, who ha the South is bound to recognize these! accounts for on the ground that light and. mild
never been in Florida or seen an orange rights' and privileges both as a matter of Mr. GOMN Keplles to Mr. Nash beverage' take the place of strong distilled -)-

grove, but was the outgrowth of a lizer conscience' trudenee. The very Rn. C. U. NidH-In my lest letter to you I spirits I
thla same gentleman had on the market worse use to you can put a human promised further statistics to utility you of the I have given more space to Maine than all the I 8m 31-68
for sizing peaches for Delaware peach being," he says, "is to proscribe utter Impracticability prohibition.In other states: tocanve Seine was the tint to enact _
growers, and it had! proved such a 'BUC him so that he becomes hopeless." It is a letter to The J'oWO'n. Dow said : the prohibition law: and have bad. all the -

cess, that the Inventor's mind naturally a question he insists between having "It la true M Mr.Blaine says, amendment to time able, zealous nncomrromMng promoters to I
turned toward Florida and her golden sovea millions of ostracised and despairing the law have been made but In recent year aid In perfecting and executing the law and the i

fruit, 'about which ho had read. He colored people( and seven millions of: nothing the number hat had of the grog imallent shop effect in! Maine.In diminishin .. party that give Myth to the law In Maine have, -AT'DI. -

I reasoned! to himself that If his machine contested and useful colored iu Hut the result of It all ban been that today the with a few exceptions' been' In power, and not
met all the demands for sizing peaches the South. The negroes are /hero and )liquor traffic in Maine U no lent in proportionthan only friendly to prohibition but at the .ug etlons *-
and stood par excellent In that line, here to stay not only for the present but ."It was at the end of the first year of prohibition. of Its promoters have enacted' over forty

above all competitors, and he had a hew for all coming time and we must adaptourselves The Eatt&n Argni ai late M April, 1887, referring mendmenMof every ron'f'lnbleolnd' amendments
of them to overcome, why would it not to the conditions which surround 'ie the above letter said: "Gen. Dow ad, that would fill a volume. covering a period '
answer the same tmriKwes in separating "and comfort us. It Is perfectly mils with over 4t amendment the law In no of thirty-seven years, most! of which were itrln- I FisneI'sCan

and grading the sizes of oranges? Will plain, he nays, "that there are but two more effective than "It was 88mn_ ami.__." And It gent beyond reason.' Many of which Ignored the '
this! thought! uppermost! in his .mind he rMlb1e rnnilitinnR_ n nnilor___ n_ which__ _... .. this...... further said: "The situation is tbl : Where-nn acknowledged principles of liberty as well as 0
tpiea in toe markets of York, Pa, a problem can be solved ; one is, that it ever public sentiment instalni the law it U It personal rights Then after all this under the

number of boxes of fruit, down I p,.cket shall be substantially left to the people success ; there the law II miperfluous. Where. mont favorable condition of things and In a

and shipped by Judge Means, of Evin t- of both races resident within this territorv' ever, a*In our large towns and cltl s, public len- state the mo.it homogeuloi'i In clt'zenshlp, prohlbitlon .
ton. He opened a :or that it shall be left to the non. hn faxed, utterly failed, to the
correspondence with ment docs promote
resident not sustain the law it ii a failure ;then be found one of the
the Judge, and the tztr that now stands majority outside of the territory, the law la nwless." cause' of lemp.Tance and morality or lessen the
L in 'Mr. Potter's united with either the white or (the
admirably constructed Chamberlain In 1870 in h'l com mission of crimes and pauperism, but have
black menage to the
and arranged; racking house, {is the outcome people Inside that b'rritury'Without legislature said i increased and augmented the evils Intended to
of those pretending to quote Mr. Breck- be leaned. by prohibition It has had the effectof Best
"I deem it proper to Inform you that there assorted selected and
The beauty of this. machine{ is that it enridge's language the line of his argument seems to be a general falling ofT In respect for our driving out enteipr' and! intelligent enterprising ,
does its work is. that in our dealings with the liquor law Any law which
perfectly, and can be run at .. propose restrain men producing a general stagnation In
the rate of 2000 boxes negro we must be generous, just. and pei onal right should be ventured upon
a day, while the with the utmost caution." business; lessening the respect for the laws of
t largest capacity of all machines now on kind ; that the laws must. be enforced Other Governor have favored prohibition and the state by learning to violate them developingthe most desirable

S } S the market is not exceeding 250 boxes to impartially and that the legal rights of urged more stringent amendments, and like pen lowest and basest pswinnn, that of clandestinely pricedStock r f
all classes' must be
the without
man. It is therefore respected' distinction
a labor saving Dow they have great faith In the potency ol three stealing and learning to hide.
device. Its worth consols in its never or prejudice. stringent laws, and more amendment have been In view of these fact wt forth should not the
If the
clogging, of which no other machine is policy outlined by Mr. Brecken e<1ded. promoters and friends of temperance morality..
free. It ridge had been adopted by the 8outh"at of Dry Goods
can be adjusted to honesty and .
so as ir. the end of the when it During the debate in Congress on the Liquor Christianity join the friend of!
war Inevitable
feetly sired lemon, something never before that the condition of the was Tax, Senator Anthony,of Rhode Island, said "In' liberty and the lover of freedom, and, with the
accomplished, and its cost does not negro as a ballot-box, hurl from the statute book the
Maine the business of !liquor traffic 1* carried stropluary
slave and his condition freeman on
exceed that of sinilar implements on the as a had quite extensively I M In Bttte, it is tyrant, problblton which Is but the lingering .
our where
I t fir, market for the lame purpost. The undergone treated in a change, and that he must IK license are granted' relic of the old enforcement acts of the In the city. I r
a manner to Lis
motion meet
of the cylinder new
or rollers, one on Foster said : churches, that blackened for centuries the page d91dec4m
each side of the trough is spiral, around evils condition incident; reconstruction thereto would and have all been the I "In all the large town and many of history; Inaugurated Inquisition; made ortho
LfI which are attached rubber bands. running avoided. probably, most of the ft'u U now dox a question of power ; filled tbe prison
in the But a spirit of intolerance was old, and sold In uttter violation
same manner. In the centreof very generally with heretics ; drenched tbe earth with blood.
the the sin of the South before the war and of the law."
trough is a stationary roller re retard'ngcivpization, science
the.sin of intolerance followed it after hail satin and Christianity
duced in Rite for each hole, one eighth up until checked by the Entllsh Magna Charta
of an inch thus the close of that content with increased "I live In a city of ten thousand rahabltauta, and
grading the fruit from Intensity. When far-tweing Southernmen and so orderly a city as there I* In New Englandor finally smothered' by the constitution! the palad- 1
300 tcf 00 oranges to a box. The where else of Iu lure of civil and
person honest in their any size a* law-abiding pwr- rel'g.ous liberty M well AS personal WatcIIQanL3A
who feeds the machine works it by ap; convictions, having pie and I believe to-day there never were at any rights,
plying his foot to treaddle. no purposes in view except patriotic and I, time or under any circumstance half a* many
where Is and In my next I will reply to what Mr: Nash laid
noble ones' recognizing that old things place liquor a* openly habitually)
Eveiyone who has seen this new device had Mid constantly, sold.: weekday and Sunday, a* ftIi about "!Ire limits," "concealed weapons facing
I invented by Mr. Jones, but COIN dad become! away," and that "all thing I under" the operation of our entirely- prohibitory tbe outcome of my teaching; prohibiting
r Btructed and perfected( by suggestions new, advocated the policy law both the making and selling of : a
of putting ourselves in liquor:on saloons ) J35DJ3DI}
line organ
ft; made to him by Judge Means, i t. bald to to meet The Voice, the prohibition of the United making drunkard, and the Il'rt'prt'lllbl.confllct
I be the most complete and these new conditions, they were at Btaf. in August l eiter ever set> The machine perfect orange once met with this spirit of intolerance Ingle block in Manchester, N. H., f In which there and finally J'Ulln review all the fact set forth, -
n. will be .
showing the evils of
t entered Judge Means they were denounced a by at our Semis to blame" for retarding temperance
South and of their race-their families license State can show more? and morality. A
Tropical Exposition, where all fruit Complete Stock of ]
our And show that true
growers can see it work were proscribed' and ostracised and Ku-- E. A. llubbard city clerk of Ded erord. said: with
inspect it and their churches, have increased and
pass on its aDd Ivlux-Klans were organised to rid the I ([Omitting the table here.) prospered un
many | der
great religious llbeity, rata
country of them. And '* pro population, far
.simplicity. what was theiroffending The average Increase of arrests for d.inken- '
AlI ? Simply that the Legislaturesof ness has about kept pace with the Increase pupa greater than under prohibitory restraint Inaugurated Gents'
the South under the then latlon of the city. The statement from Bangor Jt by Pope lucceuce: III., In Twelfth century Furnishing
,provisional 1:.
and the whole ol
Exposition more perfect rovers period prohibition and
Meeting. tenaciously held to and
I governments, adopt the XIII and XIV 1 1 with apopulaltonotseventeen thou'-' executed by re. .....
The colored people of anon county amendments to the' Constitution. This is (referring to the table lell out Uri ligious bigot and chunh fanatic up to the -

held a large and enthusiastic Exposition Looking back upon] > that period we thl the*,)IIl'IIt in many place respect the Increase a remarkable of arrests showing.is utonlsh-In Eighteenth ccntnry. J, D. Gees. Goods.

meeting in A new'" Hall last Saturday. now sea how ainleM were their offence trig ; from one In 3tt of the Inhabitants 1UO, Give u* a rent.-Eo.
General Walls, of Gainesville, was and how much better oil the South would to one In eo after the law had been in force"

elected general manager; lIon. II. W. hue been had their advice been follow The Mayor say i TRAVELER'S!: GUIDE.
AfI Chandler President ; It. B. Brooks, First ed. They saw dearer and further than When ,Rbrt are made to enforce the law, ale, READY MADE
Vice-PresidentC. C. C.Johnson we did. But perhaj' the and Veer and milder drinks are driven out and distilled
of Urook'meiFla. contumely
; whit liquors take their place, as thecan beiilddeu. Schedule of the S. S. O. & G. R R.

\ ., Second Vice-Pnbhtent; Prof. contempt which these men were And as a conseneno. drunken Leave Ocala ........... ................
secretary; F. P. Gadson, rented, was not unnatural. In all the ne M to increase 643 and 704 to such In 1874 a degree and 1S79.that the arrest ran Jlomo u........_..............._......, 4.15 r. jj M. CLOTHINGTailoring
treasurer. Much interest was shown !t of history, sacred and profane, we up '
C. rt P. R. R. Old t
find F. &
increase arrest take ( ; N. Line.
and a determination expressed that the that that has been the price paid to The greatest place when '' )
colored people of Marion county would hose who loved their country and the eObru are made to en force the law for the reason, I Schedule. -

exert all their energies to make a, dUplaV world and who would have prevented u the Mayor say,"milder drink* are driven outI SOUTH BOCND.

worthy\ of the progress thdrr. ce Ismaking. suffering, led reforms, or in some way and stronger drink take their place,thence the Passenger;! arrive" In'' Ocala., _..."??..??./07 f. x. Department Unex-

laudable. etlort We wish to show them to sucoms the world In their that done elloHS.something Bruno for was the burnt benefit Galileo of their was increase John T.In lIul1.drunkenness| A. Cummtngt and arreats.and other' make Freight" IXORTH" ....,,.,.,.,,,,,..........2.u6. 5.1.45 P.., K. I a dec3Mm celled In Fits and Prices. banDan

they are moving along tho line of I tortured ; Gracchus wan killed! with stick substantially the same statement about other taraai| X'I ,

prog Passenger arrive In Ocala.
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yeas and improvement. and stones; Socrates was given the fatal places In Maine, space bidding giving their remarks ,. ., .. .....11.10 907 x P.

hemlock, and even Him who came to in detail.Prohibition FreighI" ..........._ 1.1:1: ....X.x. JAS. T. LANCASTER 8'ua
e save the world, )bj taking upon himself. does not diminish wane a* JOHN 8. Faara ,
4 he'infirmities of man, wa crucified. shown by a report from the penitentiary Wardenof Tp Town Ticket Agent -1-
There t la probably no business firm in We have sometimes thought!; that when Maine in 1MO, with a population of 501,005, The F. S. R. R. Time Table.

the world Chat gets; away with so many Impartial history of this country shall 17 convict: In lM with a population of t'O.oot, OUTH BOCKD. LEADIXO REAL ESTATE DEALER.

hots and cattl and *heep.la a year as have been written, that the Union men SO convicts; In 1W! with a population of 62s: ,d:;i. Passenger;! arrive In ()(, Ia....-........, .1.hT P. x. IEI"
Armour & tV>. of Chicago. Their cash of the South, those who, with voice and 112 t'Onvtrtll 1870 with a populallon of 627ono, -.............. .6mr.x -1-|
business during the year ending November wn, against the mad multitude, opposedhe 67 convict*; In VWO with a population of 49.00) Freight! :: : "" ........._.....__._ ti.IO A., L.. OCAiA.n
1, 1888, amounted to f5S: .000,000. heresy of secession ; and when the :209 convicts.The NORTH 1105 A. X. : : : FLORIDA

They' employ 6,000 men. During! theyear war they tried to avert, came and ended, above shorn the number of convict In Passenger arrive In Ocala BOC9D................... '7 dtf.I It
IS .
they disposed of 501,199 head of put themselves In line with the new con. each year ending November: .JC1). but the pn. nla- I' ,' .. .... ..?..IZ.ro A.M.liU5 .
cattle, 1,140,000 bogs and 164,53! sheep. ditlons that a complete surrender Involved Ion I.I shown only tn "the"censu* yarn $p vial Freight".. .. II, II., .... ........... 9d<) r.. x K. --.
I favored the adoption' of the census doubtless operate to Increase or dimiuu:li ----_. .... M. I I. J. BROKAW, -
One of (he''New York amendments to constitution and took the number of convict In certain year, bnt It t. -- -
there are'at least 100,000 Southerners who says part in the work of "reconstruction"mid fair to take a given year and average it with the MARKET REPORT. -1- .(

have located permanently in that the jeers and insults of those turn of several year fyr Instance, In the years :t
and that the transient from city, around them and at the peril of the daggar of 1877,187 and 1871, the number of convict was Florida round" steak (hindquarter)__ ll1c. THE MARION pOUNTY NUR ..
population ( ......
the South amount to 50,000.( ( The south of the&S8&8dln,1u the long list of patri. 634. making each year aa average of 211 la a Pork.. (hind quarterfore) quarter) __."_.,83100 12ue. SERYMAN.OFFERS .:
furnishes much of the brain. and otic end illustrious men will be awarded copulation of M7.dC,and about a* manv la other Northern(ION quarter) _"_ 11Jc. IIeo:
the metropolis.The energyof the highest praise and the most eloquent prisons for less offence giving an increase of 166 lorida mutton- '__". ::100. -1-
ncouium per Bent. of crime under prohibition M computed Northern round teak "_ fib cr.i

draw of the Louisville railroad We knew tome of those men intimately for a series of year prior to prohibition. 1.fI1u log**and U4 Burlotn cheese """lIe.es h : TO THE PUBUO A FINE LINEOF cr.p i
and well-they are now ,pansd Crime ha not Increased a& eo treat a rate In ioiugna __
bridge at SpotUvtlle, Ky. when openediwodrownIng and .gone, and we know that they were any of the old States aa In Maine Only ft few' of ham ==. l 16. NURSERY STOCK-OBAPEVIXE3 :
+> : a steamer pass, broke in controlled solely by relative Increase' J>1g ttee
patriotic Impulses he Southern Sta&el show greater Saugage I A 8PCIALITY..
( lot olmen. :
a and their motives and purposes. were apt trims, and that 1a 1 from the tad that on,. half Figs iper down), ---.1 a :J
pure lofty and noble. 4if their population had for hundred of yeirs, or __ &'Jc.Od. j 3

Court still drags souoonnquadJim It U eaay-enougy and all right for Mr. torn their birth Bpto emancipation been k ode r rpa p. GARY, M. D, _djanl52m:! ADDRESS. Anthony )FU:

!The fur. yesterday Breckenriag to talk ai oe does to-day, rohlbUoryT, reatratne lhrocurt alaTerr ftnJMew' Thtl !
.IJrVf Rpjft7 '"O't" burntDa Oary' barn and 'We honor.111m for doUg It, and we >ethlng of moral angina> knew nothing e. flre. the Red Orocery, Magnolia attest, &J .
bu .'teooulmlld ,hlm o th, merq q4y bell{ ,ti a majority: of Southern people side B4 -nJoiDIloA\18D08It rK1"I1CI.U UD svnnox. place to buy your groceries.

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and products of general interest from all States and countries. Entry is open to the world for the display of its products. No charge for entries nor : space for the products, or j !
manufactures of Florida e
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: >al city mlmion work delivered in Her. I W 3Oo
U. Heoer Newton's' church last Sunday: t I 7
Archdeacon Mackav-temith made the $ # ,
following: remarks on "I j>o\erty: : ,
+ ; "The whole tendency of modern cfyili- : .
ration is to alleviate the condition of the 4 I I Jt '
{ poor. Scieneepolitical: economy and all c::
materialistic theories'! are in the interest
of relieving: their Buttering and levat
.4 log their lives; nevertliele, Chrlnt, in .
declaring that the poor should be ever S
lj among us, uttered a prophesy, and to the
ti : endf there will continue persona who / jJ
I IL ? must labor for merest sustenance.
",r Ib there an inherent necessity that i
the great majority of men must be poor?
t The answer seems to be "yes." As time "e
progresses the methods of labor may be
easier but hunger remains the basis of
civilization. The motive of the hardest
(. labor of the world I U hunger and want. .
There Is not a workingman engaged in D
+ Anyone of the unpleasant tanks of the
world who would, I if all men were equalin
the night of man, fail to throw down
E his tools and say; "I have done my
share of the work, now come and do
yours." If there should be communism, A'
j who would clean the streets, be a scavenger .
or have the policeman watching
J a him The dream of some leisurely H
' Yi time to come is a delusion. Only the
', demagogue, the uneducated man, or a 0I
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conception. The world nan passed the ... .- -. ;
...... day when the poor may be k(>ptqui..t by '
keeping them ignorant. The cry from .
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; that proper sanitation and the .
like will ameliorate the conditions\ of ,
rw (' the poverty stricken. But, believe me, 4
that this is no surface disease. It must ,
,r be reached by a medicine..which must'I ;
4 ; t change! this present, bitterness and distrust 8y.
into a feeling of brotherhood ,
among men. The only thing that can "
f, give the needed relief is the po |>el-the ;a'. o>

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