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"Blow your own horn."
D.E. Thompson, editor.
Published by: Purdy & Ruhl, .
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The Tuskawilla news
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Title: The Tuskawilla news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Thompson & Ruhl
Place of Publication: Micanopy Fla
Creation Date: March 2, 1891
Frequency: weekly
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Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Micanopy
Coordinates: 29.506389 x -82.281944 ( Place of Publication )
Numbering Peculiarities: Numbering irregular, <Mar. 1891>.
General Note: "Blow your own horn."
General Note: D.E. Thompson, editor.
General Note: Published by: Purdy & Ruhl, <June 4-July 23, 1891>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 14 (Mar. 2, 1891).
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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81 91 Numbe 1

- 11Volume 1. Micanopy, Fla., Thursday, March 2


Ocala Advertisements..

P.P.P a powe rfof and an CeUene j RES

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m after 11 clock, and happened to be in the Kimball house bil- rency, Decembe
an he approached the general's bedside Hard saloon about noon to-day were
he heard an almost inauatble sigh, and startled by the sudden appearance of a
the general was dead. Gen. Johnston's woman in the place. She was evidently
Nearest living relative is a sister, Mrs. laboring under great excitement, and T B F
Sltchelle who lives in'this city. The fu- seemed to be looking for some one. A
neral services wil be held in this city, moment later she singled out a man who
although the day has not been fixed upon. was playing at one of the tables and
fte interment will be made in Green rushing up to him began to belabor him (
Mount cemetery, Baltimoire. with an umbrella, which she carried, at
ONa oe TrE SIX FULL OBNETRAIS. the same time denouncing him in bitter Loaans money o
Gen. Johnston was the last, save Gen. terms and callinglim hard names. The L a
Beauregard, of the six full generals of man made no resistance, and a police- ways on han(
S'the Confederacy. He was born at Cher- man who was called in quieted the dis-
ty Gry ve, Va, in 1807 and was graduat- turbance, The woman in the case was OAPITAL,
ed fro. m 1 esPoint in 1829, in the same Mrs. Charle OCrandall, and the man was
lasih with Gen. R. E. .Ie. He was ap. her husband. The couple run a milli- SURPLU S,
S poxnted-seconl lieutenskit of the Fourth nery establishment on Whitehall street, ot n
artillery, And first saw active service in and are very widely known in the city.
the fied in 1888 in the Black Hawk In- This afternoon Crandall announced that
dian expedition. He was promoted in be and his wife had arranged their dif-
188o aS d 4'wa" an aide-de-camp on Gen, ferences happily. He said that her hasty
S Winfield'Scott's staff in the Seminole action in attacking him in the billiard
war. H6 paltpated in all the import- saloon had been because of stories told
ot .M tles connected with Gen. Scott's her about his conduct, which he said
, ;-"-: d nl.la." n in Mexico, from the taking of were false, but which angered her for
I Vera Crum to the capture of the city of the moment. Both Crandall and his
Mexico, He was thrice breveted for gal- wife were once on the stage.
Slantryduring this war, and in 1848 was A STORY OF THE NORTH.
S m watered out of -servioe as a Heetenant- ven Men Froz t Death and x,
S.aolonel. of volunteers, only so be rein- Others Mnime. Paid up Cap
*C dottelgreMwitlxhisoriginal rank S.PUM ,, arh2.Ad
of t ItS PAu, Mi ., March 26.-Ad- Authorized
. : TI C~l~ir~l~c. vices from Cut Bank, Mont., 'the pres-Sup san
ZvN=WM t-M CONWDERACT. ent terminus- of the Great Northern Surplus and
He was commissioned quartermaster- extension, state that the heavy storm
general of the United States army m of six weeks ago totally suspended
r: June; 1860, but resigned the following work of all kinds, throwing two thou-'
April to enter the Confederate service,in sand men out of employment. A large E. W. AGNEW,
which, as major-general of volunteers number of men started to traverse the
b. he asdated Gen Lee in the work of or- deep snow to Summit,110 miles further A
ganiu"ng the men who were pouring into west, and many perished from cold. *
U Richmond. Subsequently he was corn- The record so far is seven deaths from
.miesioned brigadier-general in theregu!. freezing, while large numbers had their Fully
I ,_`r-Confederate service an was placed arms and legs frozen. E
;,in command at' Harper's Ferry. He It is also certain that a great many
J :; ined forces with Gen..Beauregard and have perished of whom no trace can be L
S :iremaine4 Inoommand of the consolidate found,,"d whose bodies have made LEGI
"' ed troops until 1862. At the battle of food for wolves and coyotes. ..
Seven Plieq he was wounidl aid ainca- e Ias the Largest S
patted fit ir dhty for about six months. '-A Governor Uses a Crowbar. ness of any Bank in
, RTORD, CONN., March 26.-When ness in our line and gu
IN cox7 ,AD I TN ESi. Governor Bulkeley reached the capitol
His next service was as commander of _.o-day he found the ante room, connec ---
S the army of Tennessee, and he employed ein e executive room with the House
.' whticw ter of 86bto re d rganehis retiring rooms locked on the inside. A A
.. : e' e mid, whit had become demoralized This is the room that has been occupied 0 A, L A
S. by defeat at Missionary Ridge. He was by the special deputy sheriffs employed
SreUle dd of this command in July,1864, by the governor to hold his room and A
by. o.dr the authorities at Richmond, the state seals against any attempt by ll
S- Gen, ,Hpod succeeding him. Early m democrats to secure posession of them .
"865 G.e. Leer again assigned -him to the l^ gave up possession of the room o
S command from which he. had been re- controller Staub last Thursday, but in-
S -oived and ordered ,him to drive back sisted that he should have the right to
v -Gen. SbermAn. .,Gen. Johnston urged 1ai throuh 'it to gaiu acess to tie M
S: Gen. Lee. to stbandon. Richmond, join Houe; finding the door looked
tL w.Lh him andfigntGs On. Sherman this niorning, he had Executive Clerk nn nm
C,#. reGen. Grant could come up, but Rood get a crobar and. thelocki was ,001|| II
G'meBnLee-repliedthatit was impossible soon knocked oB and the6door opened. ,l u UU .
T -.;^'.him to-leave Virginia. As his force _Catroller StaUb, was not in 4bwn to- "
w-;rlaw amal Oeneral Johnson, de- day The door leading from the retir- Casin
exi* dung" ing room e to the House was also locked, SCT A
&ka in mg the lat- L
^ ^ S~errtsaflanks, atnhsg the t iaw a ot broken en. SUiiAl!t AYV
S a mpedig'?hi marh from At .g,
ti tr ]k'efr ihmn as.mach as poe- Ex-President Hayes never gets nearer .
.a.L ..'. c aoup d'etat than a: coo in his coOpcp., Small Sail and Row I
-i7, % ," :. . .

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LIPPMAN BROS., roprietors,
ippmaR, Boc(, SAVANNA% GA.
For sale by W W Joh.son & Co. "
A licanopy, Florida.



Ir Il~p~iie

McIN TY .E, Cashier.

uippedfor Every Kind o

surplus, Largest Line of Deposits, and does the largest buk
arion County. We solicit your bank account and all buk
tarantee satisfaction,



(Successors to Yonge Bros., & Co.)

W aD a p e Vlas
MA VABNm SEEDS,.we R VAa Wse 1

H.~a x D&^

(StTCCESSOtt TO 1E. 14cCAL Tr & SON)

Illustrated, Descriptive and Priced
For 1891 will be mailed FR EE
- to all applicants, and to last season's
customers. It is better than ever.
EveF -.son using Cardfw,
X Flowerr or Field Seeds,
S*should send for it. Addresm
Largest Seedsmen in the world

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'I-HOMPSON 6* RUHL, PFubltehers.


rines-ville Advertisements.Te Musi House F 0 a.

Wholesale and Retail Dealer in AMPBELL
A.rdw are o

11"A Qi re Jacksonville, Fla.
Carry the large stock In South Atlantic
Agricultural Implements, sates

Paints, Oils and Glass, Mill SuppliesS &
saddlery and Harr ess.

I am Headquarters for STOVES OP ALL KINDS, and Sole Agent for Violins. Banjos, Guitars, Acor the Celebrated CHARTER OAK SrOVES. I want your trade. I/ rings usi sma tru-
Give me a trial and I will guarantee satisfaction. everything musical at lowest
DA. Northern prices. '
1-%3meid D IrA M n Weber, Hdanes. Brothers.
*- -~._. ,- ,PIAN Newby &Evans, Morris ...
OR G D Af8 Fa6)ana & vote. Chica-
JOHN W ASHLEY, Preqident. J. J. BARR, Vice President. go Gottage, Vocallon.
FP *II epeotally recommend'the Haine Brothers
Pianos and Farrand and Votey Organs as fr-
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THE FR ST NTi l tL- 1..`-N world. The F. and V, organs can be taken to I
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any intelligent 10-year-old boy arid, are6 In
aiesv *- every respect recognized as the best organ in
OIf G4ainesville;r F rla. thverUnritsed States.-
OlA GIJl~le a =EASY TERMS: $10 monthly on Pianos and
S"".and $5 on Organs till paid. Just think of itl
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- -- -.- i- *i - r. ., r for Free Catalogues. State what instrument
Surplsiand Undivi ed Profits$15,000 you want and you will promptly fetfullinfor--7
mation that will astonish you. have some
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inth(e 84are. S licit% the accounts of Farners, Merchants, Corporations, o,.ardand write for valuable information. ,-
&c.'TInterest allowed on time deposits. All bmisiness transacted promptly. A. MPrBELL

*,,, ----- Gen. Lee surrendered at Appomattox
GEN JOSEPH E, JOHNSTON DIES and Gen. Johnston, obtaining the con-
.. FROM HEART FAILURE sent of Predent Jefferson Davis tlat
., '* ___ the war should not be further prolonged,
2 %e "Sde to at be Kxpltag Bleter's entered into negotiations with Gen.
dae-gl &)eme Noo ot Fapted so Rherman. The first agreement framed
iaad-fl-A Bfte of *to COf to was disapproved by the Federal Govern-
e iWAr- ai as* a OlvlaM. Ment, and on April 26 a second agree-
WAIMrO, c 28.-4m Joseph ,ment was concluded. Gen. Johnstou,
A Josn died shortly after 11 after the war, became successivelypres-
oelo Wto-t at his n on coa- dent of a railroad company in Arkansas,
aeo engt a tl been of an expr company in Virginia and
imeii frtU ehe Pas pathe weeks with an Insrance agent in Georgia. He was "
# Of the hesrt, aggravated by elected to Congress from the Richmond
a N & c s en. Sher- district in 1877. and next saw public life
ooMes funeral, in New Yrk. His phyl- as Commiodoner of Railroads, which of-
-' n bas. beent keepo prhnp Hoe he held under President Cleveland's
Administration. He bad lived in this
ffora@daysbut advanced oity since he lost his office under the
g b n littl tr h recovery present administration. In person Gen.
frothe begin oft his illne. Johnston was a man of lender build, of ,
SOOMd sloU TO TE LAST. not more than medium height and with
The generaldid not eem to suffert in
The logst a did noolot s to the lrti a kindly, pleasant face. He was unob-
;the ti'd ad w= s e,-Gov. ttane of trosive in manner and invariably cour-
< b s" .^ ^ ^ -teous to all persons with whom he was '
Marylad, the generals brother-in law, brought in contact.
and the '^ The immediate cause o ught in contact.
hi deftl* w4 earth failure, the reult of FELL FROM A TREE-TOP.
Sfatty deeneration of the heart, due, in Unfortunate 0nimb of a New Yo, k New,-
i mseure, to a cold contracted some Cor.pq.-t.
weeks ago, but more particularly due to
'xtmeoldage. At times for about two TALi.ARnssr, March 20.-Charles I&
Yo Gen pistons had shown unls- Norton, author of "A Iland-Bok of
-takable ign of breaking down. Hisa Florida," camo hp a few duys ago for
alind often became bewildered so that he the purptoe of discovering the where-
could not (6.1 where he was or how he almouts of the Florida volcano, about
eae' There. which there hab been so much talk for
D eB day's after on.hrman's J. 1. Staley, who resides near Talha-
z d d ohy to one nh hasse and knows every foot of penetra.
eal e. Johnston one night got upMdde Florida was n
out of bod while in a state of profuse ble swamp in Middle Florida. was on
terspiration, which greatly hgxravatwl gaged to go with him.
^flo Wedicha qveing somew---here near
a shpht cold with which he was then Wednespday evening. mewof the gre near
sufArin "Thl, brought go-a severe #t,- the supriWo en-al,ts of the great
'u imin,t, .,,,,g Rpurs
tak 'ft hli old heart trouble, wiohom- and cm lt p o t talle tree
SpleteUly "pttratUd bimn. a phylcisan, tat cali toli to got a view of the
Dr. Lincoln, succeeded, however, with country. en he allenoted to come
mueb trouble, m arresting the disse sown te lt hd stholl, al fell a dco-
f or a t[Ime and for a day or tw o prior tb down lie lost hIls f,othol.l, anti fell a dis '-
foratlmernd l a 1 ortwo p br i ofr about svutty f,-t. For a long
ekly imamvng. On 'that day, how. whilo jie was unconsciuus,. and when
.ealy impxw ng. dOn tair dhou consciousness returned he i-ggedl for a
Meer he w hn d done beforb pistol with which to blotrout his brainF
rr a se~a he had done before, but, t ufrn.
m. proed too much for his strength, and and end Iis sufferings*.
o.ly with the aid of Gov. McLane could Mr. Staley immediately started with
S" nl reach his bed, or even rise from him to a point where medical aid coujd
-wre hed w orh eve s n hb1.4 After many- difficulties he
...w wh he was sln. his homaqdiu morning with his
. Tom BmD NOT BXPBOTit 80 SOON. suffering companwa*. and *iving him
F rom that time he continued to grow there came odhere fOia physician. The
wre until a1out 6 o'clock this evening, doctor has not yet ret%%ed, and from a
when Dr. Lincoln fond him perfectly statement of theinjuriekreceived Norton
comfortablee and apparently a little bet- will not live. He is a correspondent of
ter. While his friends and attendants the New York World.
knew that he might pr wa y at any
1fjlP -.yet bey had no warnig thasp the A wfe on i nild sord Roo.



All kinilt of work donnel-tbAo lat niannpr.
KcRP=r O. B. "V~tM^. 0<
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S.JA S. M. G.AIC A AMl, Cashier.

DUNN, P-est.; H. C. WRIGHT, V.-Pres; R. B.

Has the Largest Individual Deposit
.. Tl..-r~ *arrrllwp^'^I rlr>tf^it Ikat d ^

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er 19th, 1890.


)f Ocala. Florida.

n improved Real Estate. Money al-
d. No delay or unnecessary expense.




- $2 $00,900.0a
$16,oooo 0r n
orporated Under Act of 1889.


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"Compound Oxygen-Its Mode of Action and ;,
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tPlease mention this paper .


IRaO Ea, m.umn, a li


President; W. H.

COUCH, Vice-Presideni


i.w mnii.iuu iium ,uuu
"1 i tUill UilU 1 ,U1 itu -UUUjt
igs, Flooring, Ceiling, Turning.
nts for Averill's Paints and Fillers. Also Coffins, Caskets, Metalic Cases and Under-
kind-takers Goods a ..G oo i "' -- t s ".
toats built to order. Estimates of ill kinds of work furnished. :



1V atches,

S*-i "' d aIed L .S. GOLi r PENS.
~0 01 -'1- 1CA L G OJL)^ O IJ r-) l NS '^


Of Ocala.


Hn Huntchinscfln's Furnpiituro Establll dint, ;

r** Carries the largest and most complete assortment of Furniture and '
House Furnishine Goods of any other house in Alachua county. anE'"
Burial Supplies, Wood and Metahi c".*
A @' ,

This line is full and complete. Undertaking department open day and odndfA
lr night. Telegraph orders will receive prompt attention, either day or -night. ,
SWill personally attend funerals in any part of the county.
81116 Manager, Undertaker and Embalmer

Capital paid in -- $100 -
Authorized capital 250-
Surplus 18,
Accounts of Merchants, Farmers, and Individuals


House Furnishing Goods I

NATONA BA Paints, Oils and Glass. Nails, Mill
NA U Ab -ANK. Supplies. All kinds ofTin & Sheet
Iron Works. Piping for water

DF OCALA, and wells promptly and sat-
isfactorily done,

--- L -~ LUC~T _IPI E~-- __P

The Tuskawilla News.

D>. E. TlIIOMPsOy, Editor.


Vegetables and` Country Produce,, / ..
Stencils furnishedonappllba an. ; : ^
'*REFEBRENCE" /' '*i'.>.;!"
Citizens tiaHonal Baik6 of Baltimoree MA-d. /,<
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P'UoBLiSIt ) IVity WkBotxeDAV.

$1.00: mix monthly, 6W cents; threo
uionthl<, z's eunt. AAll suloriptlont
due in. advance.
JOB PRINlTINO: Connected with
the paper is it complete and wcll-
appolnted. job printing office, and
with new type and pressed, and ecoi-
Ptlutit printers, ttisfatcilun is L s-
surfrd all who may favor ti with a
vall. All kinds of work executed
with promuptuesq and -ccuracy and
at reasoniable prIcec.
locattioIn 1 the paper and will bo
rurnikneid upou application.

Wfedu eilny, April 1, 1801.

Tltt' March nuttnier or thi Florida
(iazettoer It; on our table and, as
iiuiuil, chuek full of uwefuil nforira-
tioti and good pointeirs. \e reward
tlioG (tayettocr as onn of the most n-u-
turprising of all the Florida publlea-
Ilons and like all lucky and descrv-
itg enterprises Rhonld4Bsu cooed. If
Its editor, C. M. ardner, continues
In the line which~he had apparently
mapped out the Gazetteer will soon
be a necessity In every well regulat-
ed household In tth State.
WILLA NnWs, was In tho city yester-
day and dropped In 'on the Capitol.
EdItorThompson ls on his way to
Homosaisa, whore lie will be tie
guest of Uncle Suensbee, and togeth-
er they will go on a hunting and
fishing expedition.-Ocala Capitol,
!Jnele 8neezebee (not. Sneasbeo)
made our trip very pleasant and In-
formed us that "Jim n eezebee"
vasu his only son and tho original
discoverer of phosphate. The old
Iman, in referring to his distinguish-
ed mnd lamented offsprbrg, was qulte
overcome and told ns that he had
only told his son's story once and
then to two young newspaper mei
of Ocala-Strother and Harris--and
that they would willingly furnlah
S .... details of "Jemes'" history. W\
regret to learn that tho bones of tht
*departed now lie bloemhing on th<
highlands of Bonnie Scotland.
THE First National Bank, of Ocala
made a report of the condition o
that institution on Feb. 24th, whbci
shows loans and discounts to b
'(;$A,566.8 ; individual deposits $329,
"0.28s surplus and u divided profts
484,820.75. Thepapital stock is onlZ
FoUowing thla, report the NWe
Capltol publishes the Arst statemen
which was made June, 3rd, 1&M
which -hows. loans and discounts
$41,437.47. Indivldual depositn, $87,
^9.65; undivided profits, $950.46.
Tlhese. comparatlve',epQrts" wli
give the Beader"s8<.e Idea, of th
mu mense growth of, this bank a11

speaks volops for the qfflcers, wh,
" *^ia|u^'
  • -- -By en ,igh pitch."
    ,"' -* -- tteoently the First -Nafdonal ha
    ' >- placed a depository safe in Its build
    ' tIng, weighing 28MW00 pounds. It con
    ." talns 147 boxes which rent for $3, $
    and $10 per year.

    As to the future Industries of thi
    o country there Is Much that is nc
    brought into notice and that will en
    rich the state generally. For Ins tans
    the bept crop, an interest that ha
    not heretofore been written tip, bu
    S one. nevertheless, that will pay a
    well or better than any crop no,
    ., planted. Of course it ,ill takf
    .. machinery suited to ltsManufactur(
    The soil 'of Florida for raising of tl
    beet is as good as it is anywhere; it
    profits are very encouraging in othu
    sections. Just thiink, tlh Unite
    States pays out $100,000,000 a veai' fe
    'sugar. "A~ll this' mopey could be ke]
    *- at home. Our" producing coninmun
    ties should avail themselves of th
    , fact anid gobble up that $100,000,0(
    '* for themselves. The best busine
    is now carried on in Nebraska, an
    planters have made millions
    pounds during tbo year, and the r
    suit Is very satisfactory. It is asto:
    i shing hoiw mnuch our' farmers an
    "< planters lo0se by confining then
    '*selves to the old ruts of raising pr
    d~une, when a variety would pay

    much better.fiFort My-ers Press.
    M"' meeting of Fi-uit and Vegetabl
    Growers. "
    '-* -In response to a call, a large nun
    ber of our representative men mpt
    .,Center Point last Saturday and o
    : ganized, by electing Capt. W.
    'V Ditto chairman and D. E. Thompsc
    *,; *: '-secretary.
    7;" i; A letter from Commissioner W.
    ' .%' L Bragg, of the Inter-State' Commer
    :^ -'= Commission, .was read followed-1
    ":,'" explanation.-from trie chahnma
    i' ,- ;'..The chair.appPinted a committee
    * ,,,;- "five to nominate delegates from tl
    . ,. various precints,, who reported tl
    followifg: Mlcan.opy, J. B. Marti
    Evi .vnston, M. H. Kennedy; M01
    * 9. JA .. Gaitskill; Orange Lak
    .... Wm. Hickson. .The chair announce
    7:'i/ ;.i'-"that MAr. B. 0. Sampson, jbf Boar
    S./ ', \' man; and Mr. G. W. Wilson, of 0
    [)"...4 angO Lake, wold .go as members
    ' *.^;.'....the Florida lrut Exchange ai
    ""..',i "':", bould assist, delegates appointed I
    " ,,,'.-. '.this meeting In every wiy possible
    'f. .:.-A3 -Alter suggestions and discussion
    ..' --.i, t was agreed that each jocali
    I-:"- ; ,:';-pay expense of its own wdeegatesxai
    ! "'''i; that those delegates go uninsfruct
    ^" -'. ap to what ourse they should pt
    B-.. ",'sue'.,L ", '*: :
    0 Thre- being no further busine
    eetny' ,adjourmed to. Saturds
    .. r1l 4th, at, 2 p.m., .same place',

    wkO. Pbx. L. DITTO


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    Clothing Made to Order. JAS. H, CO(U -BOURN & <30.,:'R


    Fruit Land Vegetable Growers': patch oue day last week to go at
    Protective Association. once to Misiouri oil account1"f tho
    Death of a nleinbber of the faniily
    We would suggest to otir friends n.d i i of lii other, He
    who wwil meet at Center Point Sat- obeyed the suln llmoflsit in ot cer. Wle
    urday afternoon, 4-o m2ke a parma- hiope *0on, however, to record his
    nent org:mization for the purpose of arrival amllong ui again.
    uniting In some effective way so that
    obstacles which are encountered by Mr. and Mrs. Iickuian, of Ocala,
    the fruit lnd vegetable growers nmay .4lpent a day or tw\o lately at Loch-
    be liorro successfully combated. bie with their two children awd vis-
    WhIlh we are willing to concede that ited the plac Irueiiltly pilrchaaeu
    tihe Jlii,.fricnt itib-aliiances ar cap;a- nliear hlir" b Iy Mlr. ilicklluin IMi1-. ; -1.
    ble of doing great good, we are forced cxprc-.vd liherseif its thorouighly dio-
    to loelleve that au organization of tll lighted with tlie place and tninks
    those who till (lit, soil will be of lite would lbe sati>lit.l to iiake a
    greater goood. The fact mutit bie hoelrie here, which the fam11ily will
    borne in mind that tile interests of probably do.
    the fruit and vegetable growers of ,4.i Ln ,
    M canopy, E ,vin sto n, B oardm na n ih e sc hoo tliat L un ty os ,-viiic clos.d d
    ,ichitosh and Orange LaKe are idon- her school at Melnosh, will bid her
    iv-ally the same, yet they are not all frhl(dl s gt. 1bye al lt at place aild
    mcinbers of the Farijiirsi Alliance. tLochbi !"this t'C and go to )(ra.ld
    Somiti would bcomeii ni ber., but \'isi M i.. l, rue, hersist.r.
    ]'ht-li(.e, she, w ill -,) it) or k li w at,;l
    th e y ai r e n o t e li g ib le ; o t h e r., w h o a r .- U a I i sa< ato 1 1 0 .11t a t
    eligible tlo l%L choos" to; o ilcaln .-l a t is said ;.l llOnKi thia
    .,it. will. be tc:ildered a teachei-'s C'hair
    ,readily be seen that to organize i a li U.> r la K wa c oi .
    F,'rult aud Vegetable Growers' Pro- 0 in a -w /e'oi' ^".^ colle.
    tactivo Association would beo o en- M Lundy is ivw at'1'e Lo.lbie
    list the interest and synipathy of liou*iso.
    every farmer and to organize the eu- A very Inrt'pofpr cent. of the h1,--s
    tire section representing the above around thisit' bhvr have (lied lit,,iy
    places would be to have somethiilm" withli og cholera or sonin oilier dis.
    actiig ludependent of tho Alliance ease. The hogs get sick anid finally
    and iu which there would be great (Iie, after getting ve.,ry thili, weak
    strength. We do not thiut< that tile and einaciated. If the liogs wore to
    association should have any reLuhtr di \Viii iieon and \yche say
    m eo tinh g d ay b u t sh o u ld b e su b ~ e0 t w e w o uld g et ri d o f th e tleaW, a lhd
    to the call of the president, to act on they take great intero.t in the mat-
    quesdons that may arise where ter and sa they arvery anxious to
    prompt and tnitod action might be get ridf the fleas however mu1 h
    of beuellt. However, we do not wish
    to force our Ideas on the farners, but
    merely offer this as a suggestion be- We do not love to be sick ,, '-.I vcs
    lleving that a union of all til farm- and do not like to see others .i,;, bul
    ers would bo more (.fl'ective than tlav- if any one else does hoi ea,) no; mw a
    Ing them divided ns sub-alliancesarc" days at the openiulg of each liortheril
    --- .--^. nail and See the boys as the returns,
    lioardumiali ]llHlpciuings. conue infor the .411lo0of Cabbafge. l'ht
    'M r. Burgess has tle finest early rein o ir n'out o ia.1 been doing
    r well. [n Ilsontc cises the matter is
    cor'n. about this: Ten crates cabbage, $7.50
    Cukes are looking thin and slim. Freight, $8.WX). Cominission, 75 cts
    Beans ditto. Balance due the wrong party $1.25
    iThe past week has been a very Such is life. But we hope for bette:
    d busy and stirring one. t"ingsyet. Durnspirospero, wheth
    er we get there or not.
    W W. L. Ditto had the misfortune to
    e lose his horse a few days ago. _.
    e Wo iadluafino rain Thursday night, F^or the ben, flt (f our vegetabh:
    followed its usual by a--chity 4 -grovvsanu' d theOr eion of hone,
    wind. comni 11.i sSion incrc |is n eg r-
    ', Potatoes in great quantities and below a list of coninission house
    ) are looking well, with some few blos- whose paper has been protested(
    h1 son15. through the Firrit National lianik o
    e The anly form of Major Martin, Gainesvill, and furnished to us b
    of Ocala. loomed up on us Sattirday fr. Jas. M. rAham, cashie-r:
    8, eenig.V. ]B. Metcalf & Co., E='clihinrl;C
    y Va.; (. W. Shallcross & Co., Nev
    Misses Mary and Annie Waldo, of York: Fairbanks & Parker, TNsev
    Wt- Millwood, are the guests of Mrs. York; Maxfield & Todd, New York
    it-Keep, at Palm Glen. Win. Iaker & Co., Baltimore, Md.
    6, Quarterly conference convenes at Christie & Rittenhouse, Philade]
    61 Marvin chapel next Saturday and phia, Pa.
    '" Sunday, the 4th and 5th of April. -^- -
    T Two Paprs a. Week for "i.DolI;i
    11 : The Banner man--the ntaniulcent o a Year.
    le Bittluger-was on land at thle mass ----
    d meeting, and participated in the The "Twice a week" Edition of tlh
    details. St. Ljouis TE public is at oneo the iot, [
    *, f,*, and tile cheapest news journal in th
    LO The colored people are having a .n h j
    Baptist association in their church i world. Ris a big Seven C(3l,,m1
    ,^, i -.i ;,, p-apeir, conitailifnl six to eiuzhfc pzlg
    Is here, with a large number of minis-pt s i
    -ters on hand Saturday night, by eacli issue or twelve to sixteen ever
    -ntath, .. un pr week and is mailed every Tuesda
    1"Invitatioll, Iuv. J. P. Hilburn preach- ,^* ^ i i.
    5 ed to them. They (the colored peo- andFriday. Its*readersget thenew
    ple) were highly pleased with'the ofthe day almost as prointly an
    sermon. fully as tho readers of a Daily an
    sermonhalf a week ahead of any Weekly i
    i4 Sunday afternoon, it being Easter every state in tie Union. Yet th
    ot Sunday, tlhe Rev. MBr. Hilburn price is Only One Dollar A Yea,
    a- preaoihed an eloquent and instrluc- Sp~ecial Missouri, Illinois and Texal
    oe live sermon to a large and apprecia- E~ditions are printed, a.nd a Gener,
    as tive audience at Marvin chapel. Edition for other states contair
    uthel subject of his discourse was the nothin b, eaiso i-pr
    as ",Resurrection of our Lord and Savi- events of interest every where. Thi
    W^ or, Jesus Christ." Republic is the leading" Demoerati
    e. Saturday, the 28th was a glorious Ipaper of the conntryj aggressive, bt
    ,e day. A large and enthusiastic crowd at tihe ,Same time liberal and the onl
    ts of fruit and vegetable growers held thoroughly national journal in tti
    er a mass meeting at Center Point, whole ccln try. Remember the pri(
    sd They met for business and they is Only One Dollar A Year." Samp
    or transacted business. A committees copies, also an illustrated Premniw
    ptc was appointed to meet the Inter- Catalogue sent free on appli!catioi
    t- State Commerce Commission at Address The Republic bt. Louis M
    is Jacksonville, on the 80th. Meni of --
    0)0 brains and-nerve were selected. J. WV. CA]rTEB.
    ss After the mass meeting adjourned
    ad the great, untcerrified democracy, o Sj t U F.0 R D|T 'f~
    of Mclntosh club, met and accepted the gj JH| j|g|
    e- resignation of J. F. Barren, and rJ-.^.M SW~

    n- elected S. H. Galtsklll, to fill the
    id place on the board of the Democratic 0RANGE PACK
    I- Executive Committee of Jtie county,
    .o- and instructed him to recommend -
    So the appointment of G. W. Averv as --AGE2
    county commissioner of this district.
    BOARDUA Z;. J. RC IT 1^ ougb ," Co., ^6
    Lochbie Affairs. Redfiel, I (
    -a bMiss Hattie Hickson is again at '.
    home from a visit to Ocala.

    L. The Orange Lake School has been
    on carried through to the end of the term
    'ali closed by Miss Lundy. D. ly M rlP ki I
    L. Mis.s sMary Pendleton, who has a arket Quc
    ce been'teaching at Micanopy, is now ,,
    by visiting Orange Lake and will soon Call O us at our PackingHoe
    'n. go to her home in the southern part "---- ---......
    of of the State. J. 11. KUnJHMAN._ T. P. N
    he Lochbie has been pleased to hav A
    n.; with us for a day or two last week
    En' ye editor Ruhl, of T_@E TUSKAWILLA K U S1 A N ,
    ke, NEws. His sojourn at the Lochbie
    ded House was .pleasant to us and we COM MI SSION
    rd- hdpe to him. ,OUMAiIS~UU
    )r- Dr. Wilker's father ..and mother
    of are visiting L0chbiefrom South Car- (HEADQT
    ,nd, Olin&.- -We canse now- where the B B^e'& "r
    by Doctor gets" hi&', good looks. He f I I II
    t* couldn't help it if he took-after eith-
    ns, er side of the house.
    el JTxudgle-Iickson, thel dllegat6 'from
    *u thifplace, left for, Jacksonville on. tAYorU
    ,time to to meet't'he Inter-State Corn- SOUTiHERN~
    mission.: We trust thce mission of
    s these delegates may' be eminently i5 WEST FRONT ST]
    successful in putting down this out-..
    ,' Tageous piee- of railroad robbery for g3 C'8
    4. which they go, K q i
    ,.; Walter. JailI,-.,pur popular' young
    an. fi-!iq'.i3 p 'irn-ed a- dis- _Gainesvilie. ;i,

    F. B. Hester, of Evinston, was iu
    town Mondit,.
    II. B. King, Psq., of Ocala, was in
    town yesterday.
    Mrs. J. F. Barron, of Evinii-on,
    was in town Friday.
    Mr. 'WXi. Hunter, of Palatka, is
    visiting hid brother, Dr. R.. U.fun-
    (id W. Avory and Houston Dens-
    ler made the town\l it1 pop call SatUr-
    Mr. Will and Miss lattie tIick-
    son, of Orange L,,k., were iii the
    r'ity i;imlay.
    Mis-. Jos.-io e lia ami Kov. Mr.
    (,att's, of ('i(ra, spi'nl M o .,ti- y ill
    thie rity with fri'ndis.
    lion. .1no. F. Duinn aind Col. R. A.
    ll-u'ford, of Ocala, pa:t~sedtl through the
    oi ty y etlrd'iy nor1 iLin
    AMr. i. II. Bevji;niin and iw, r
    threec-i'other Mn;[l.Hopi;>;is, look in t!;e
    circus at (ihilis\'villt "J'lTucsd y.
    Mrs. E. S. Dcnton, who mhas been
    stlopp)itlg withL Mr. and Mrs, J, 13,
    Simonuton, has got)ll to Wildwood.
    t( C' }Roqueinoric, of Orange LaKe,,
    the irrep)ressible produce dlruim'.r,
    .pwiit'Fue!day in town with frienils.
    Mr. S. I). Emerson went to Tanmpa
    ) yesterday to talce in the gaities of
    That place a., well as ,) see shippers
    on the Manatee river.
    Mr. Jacob Katz, J'r., who his becn
    t with the 1,rm of P, enijaiin & (Co., for
    tlie winter, left for 'Nouday morning
    a l'.;r !ii beoile iin New YurK.
    s M'lr. \NV. M. Wiiox, of Dunnellon,
    U t came up yesterday mornin'ill- aud
    r brought with him a phosphate rouh
    S weighing sixty-live pounds.
    Mrs. M. L. Mulford, who has been.
    -spending the season at Longwood
    r Grove, left Monday for Long Is-
    land. Wee wish her a pleasant jour-
    Mrq. Britt, ot Savannah, sister of
    Walter and Jimmie Simonton, Wlh(
    has been visiting here since Christ-
    0 mas, left this morning for Danton
    4 cr;,i a.
    9 Mr. J. B. TMarin, whovo was selected
    d to represent the Miacanopy territory
    f before the Inter-State Coniieol"C(
    y Commission, left for Jackksonvillh
    A urliv morning.
    ''' A. P. Price, Esq., of Fleminigton
    w arrived in town yesterday and wil
    v remain several days. Unele Alec
    ; comlO out this morning with a new
    : pair of Bay State shoas on
    Messrs. Geo. W. Wilson, NVm
    -ickson, M\,. H. Kennedy aud S. i-1
    r Gaitskill passed througli thee city e
    route to JaclsonVille Monday morn
    eng. These gentlemen go "as dele
    e gates before th/ Inter-State Corn
    i jf 4.' '*
    *t. ,k: rev ( Coninll ss[ian.
    Io I ,Col. C. L. Bittingor, city edito
    and business'manager of 4ho0 Ocah1
    Banner, came up Saturday to take
    y bird! eye view of our town and Tus
    Y Kawilla Laice. lie was With us un
    til the afternoon, when he wen
    overland to Eviniton. taKing in th
    IM meeting at Center Point, after whie!
    he left for home. We hope he wa
    ter pleased with our section.
    i~s Chas. Ht. Pratt,: Esq., of Palatka
    nl dropped in Monday to again enjo,
    is the balmy and fragrant a tmoslpher
    it of our matchles-s Micanopy. MIi
    LO Pratt while heredfid not shirk an:
    ic duties that printeiters fall heir to, bui
    at made himself quite useful in sticlk
    ly ing, distributing, writing locals an
    ic even insisted on Writing an editori
    ;e on the senatorial situation, but, a
    le hie could not convince us that it wa
    117, devotion," l we. concluded th
    ni. anxietyy" was the-prounp.tillig motiv
    o. and drew tho line; '

    Have just received a. fiue line of
    samples for pants and spring
    suits made to order. Pamts
    $3 00 to $8.00. Suits $13.00
    to $35.00. Fit guaran-
    teed perfect.
    Office Montgomery blocK, Room
    :so. 1. Call and see us.

    BS65. -O- ESTABLI HED -0- 18t5.

    SEE !

    L, H, & E, H, FROST,




    Fruits and Vegetables














    yor ,haIe. T TTEP Oln^TTW
    One hundred head of goats. The TH' ENiO N 0UMA
    entire lot can be bought at $1.00 per OCAA,,F:-
    head. Smaller lots, something '
    higher. OTJS 11. FEASTSi. --BA-TELS $2.00plt P -RiAV-- ,'
    .... r\ r; A"/\rvr\~A r :FreR Buss froim all Tranas '.
    WOOD, WOOD, WOOD, S...cliai Rates by.ii Ak.....
    -- ~~A.B1. DAVIS,MAjlB; U4X
    DELIVERED IN ANY PART OF 'janlh4-8m \--
    -stf 1 0 J.T J H A G O O D O i v: ..... '* '. ...
    EVINSTON, -i-,-.FLORtDAr ^
    w. $, DURRA3H, desires to inform the ladies.:* -
    that she is prepared, to do "0'' l'
    CITY BARBER & JEWELER. i .. 1 ( : ;

    Neat Work Guaranteed. a'it+Ir % "?

    MI(CANOPY. : rILOli)A. Tn the iTEST and ;MOST" IM- :-
    ^^r"1^1 T "~~PROVED MANNER. *
    LS Y Iatisfaction ciinrantfed. Give her. .
    l -S~ i~ f f i (* Iu ow hnT roy ..,n t w o rk fur BA 1lt e tl
    ^ QK~i .'lR you anrl'y .I"Aka* i.mnurb, but we ean a citlI, or ojni your orders. -, ,
    V^ Ibteanet ypnjqulekly how to earn from 0& to i *
    ilf;oil' so, t.t.all,,res. ,na.y pa.,.
    Returns made day of s C. (on- -; '" aS "vTHW yt...jflL'U U-n OAueJtI nl, *< .'.
    'i. lIng all your tt ,hrlle -itr rte I Onlent : lv to" l.AU,
    sig.nments solicited and Stencils fur- i (^l the^^ work. Al l to :i' *w.,Gror n
    i Ivriylhin!.. EASStT; IlEll rtiea .
    llished by k PARI ICULAU.S FICi'L Addrouall ..t -e i
    C S^lt TI-S ON & co., ro0TLiAD, l~pJ-i. | rDS6 an 0 *
    S. D. EMiERSON, ...: :
    Micanopy, Fla. Livery Stable. CompanyW,-,
    ----~WI 1. AVENT, Proprietor. m t
    V A Fine Lot of a, a emdst$es a 4 _'peciaH, "
    0. P. JOHNSON, Propr. On band a d trsTe at reasmsable ,.icanop'r, Fla^. ^ = ./.,
    prices. Patrolage soliwtptd. : o '
    Fresh Bread, Cakes' Pies, &c. 11-22- tf. 4 ROBERT x-' BARNES,
    Kept always on i hand. Families X4410. h .et,., ..... i,.,,;; ..... Whot e:;ale and Retail ,
    iw fior ul by n .'" iuil '1>|<, '.n ugth l uio n
    furnished at reduced 'prices. 26 An j,,d. i, d...d dealer in )- .,*
    tLoaf Bre,,%d Tickets for $1.00 ..... t ^ ^..n.. eSn O ....... A N' .
    At a ln l are itn in '
    ya19-nitr f'o, 1crt OILS, WALL'PAPER,,' "
    "*/ Q ig^ l*K llh.'ty. Allaiyii. W, rlqi- .r..Uli,;"r m Ti 17 A" T lAT 1
    .... r-r ........... ..... .,0 -
    h^,,-<^L^.r^ ^ "\ ]'. Flillr i nhoii a,, i r~nTIrf--. -- ., : '. i I ~ ~ W B ii l r- ilcfl. rI'il!.,i~alt] fr".' '^
    ,!llllil<'t( ^ *.>.,Rxito.$ ', 't:i:,.," A,. A FULL LINE. OF PAINTERS' :

    FRESH- Agent for: the Celebrakted Averill "
    SP i' ^ At
    E VE DAY Orders'promptly afttuded t6o AMId
    ---Et^VERYl DAYL--- correspondence solieitod- :
    At B. J. MILLS' Market, dec20-a-prl i,,_ *,
    1 f-"1^t P'; CUT f^PTV EI *

    El fT. ENDERSON, ,
    AND DIIAL'EW{IN 'a"'

    Lumber, Shingles,, ALATA FLA.' *
    I ~ ~ ~ ~ Sl At< a- rn< ^ge1 Diu~ffY's Malt ald
    Laths', Sash, U D io rb', ,i' tihite I r woods,
    Milteer, Roberts & Co,p.., r pppr r W ik
    Commission Merchats, Blinds, Et., Etc, eb., Celbrated Whiski ..
    181 Reade St. New YorK. M A P FLA, TeE FlNESTBILLi:ID ,A^-....
    Gee. W. Avery, Age, satisfaction guaranteed and cor- .LOR AND BOWLING ALLEY ,* ,
    Evinston,- 4Florida, respondencee solicited." INFLORIDA. i : ;
    ", I udertko ptbhlue, f 'Bowling Alley now open ay.
    ari~l "1 lll~fi t B S B a sisaryf oaldhitn lgallitpud Niotgllo r aii N gll t.l+ r "
    '& l a! l [I 1 "i sx, l IM "el read and write, aBud who, he <-. -. f"'
    ]T[IIN [ S [ gA cr iniitrncioR~wlljjyorlc indliutrioltr, i1 '* "; -'
    w ll l q U-oW tt eara Three ousamd Dollaris .a
    JearHklthiirownlB!itie,,w hl r*wverlheyllT o.l will lsi>ftnih O BDE S F EOM T 'i:*'T.
    the titnulti- orcailil(.viiint t~hcl uuc rnr tllFti"tnoun
    Mo:on.o aetir-tK d. I do hire but o i o w ork tr 'fr m en ch ilxtrictoro t r inty. I P T r .. '6
    livaledrctily taught anid provided nU mbur. who are sankineir aO TBr t.ll3 ii -' <;
    and M<'i M W rill particulairs Fi~t E.Airf ic,,; .S. n F NW ESTMILISuLrE In, 1853. BURNiS D OUTrN l8n7 II 38'(17 L n l ,;

    THE OLD REl AvLE Hines!';&an filq, ,

    Micanopy Drug Store, I : l --2"0 I--
    .. .. / .- : C Q M ,M I S S I O N IM E R Z H A N T r ,l -, ,
    I 'Pt/lrD RflT~lfbQN's 288 AN-,2G0 -WASHINGTON *
    J... ,:l LlR" m AI'l lIO A1.D187 CHA .BEFS'- STPEETS, '

    "D R U G GI S T .. '1K .. .. ..
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    ESTABLISHED IN 1869., Drugs, Medicifes, Chemical :o :0:o:o:o:o:
    E_ M LT T^T Piint%, Oils, Toilet Articles, Cqn.tfec Rl FFU13F..''NCSE -Second National
    W M V S .... r L Y tion: and all oth .er: articles -nsually Ban1k Jersey City, and the
    a kept in a first class'Drug Store.-, Tra, d In General.
    P R O D U C E SfIN li _lSlirdiTCnd hRNra bSol bi-r iHl w .
    !11 I^NTK r C C /M E 5i al B "wnllit"",wiervli"rtWhvii.AnF< l SB g^ B" El ]Si ^ I ",'*
    Tyntt ipwrf medianly, or a1I your time to theiwork. This i;l >n 'i.i __, a
    entirely newlciid,aud brlntgi wodtrful it~acttotveiyworker*;' Tllu l M I i.SE LF-THREA"ll iNQ *llil, <..
    .-Beginneri areeettrning from $25to BO per week nd upwa~rd#1 ,. *K ,ifnl,o -- r irl| r .m k --l~ ll! ^ *.. ,
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    Carter &'-OwenOR A H1 LND
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    The Lone Star Dining Room POETICAL LICENSE.
    Gainesville,' Fla., recently opened VERSE ONE.E .
    opposite Endel Bros., proves to be a"
    great convenience to the visitors to "Beautiful Snowow,
    that city. Besides furnishing the Those who like Bargains,
    very best table in the city, Mr. Cul- Always Go,
    verhouse has an excellent line of To.Vatterlin's Stores.
    fine Whiskeys. Beer, etc., separate, Because for their Sloney,
    I They can get More
    but convenient to the Lone. Star .THA ELSEWHERE.
    Dining Room. When you are in the
    city give him a call. (13tf) VERRE TWO.

    Bucklen's Arnica e8ilve.
    The best Salve in the world for
    Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt
    Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped
    Hands, Chilblains; Corns, and all
    Skin Eruptions, and positively cures
    Piles, or no pay required. It is guar-
    anteed to give perfect satisfaction,
    or money refunded. Price 25 cents
    per box. For sale by W. W. Johnsoji
    & Co.

    to be exceedingly pleasant and our
    visit was very satisfactory.
    We soon wended our way back to
    the hotel.-and sought repose, and
    bright and early next morning be-
    gan taking in the town and surround-
    ings. We saw many" fine vegetable
    farms, in fact, it seems as though
    this entire section is one vast truck
    farm, and, the most gratifying point
    is that everything is in a flourishing
    condition. We saw many handsome
    residences and fine orange groves,
    among which were those of Holi.
    Geo. Wilson, Capt. Hickson, Mr.
    Irvine, formerly the Proctor place,
    and many others. We have said
    more on this subject than we intend-
    pd to already and sliall not attempt
    a description of the various places.
    Becoming aware of the nearness of
    noontime we thankfully accepted an
    invitation to dine with Mr. WaiTts
    and family which was the opening
    of another pleasant hour or two. As
    we sat in pleasant conversation with
    a still more pleasant meal within us,
    we came near forgetting that we were
    stILL.an humble reporter, and the
    beautiit-frroundlngs caused us to
    remember wiTIT-9tuphasis that "life
    is worth living." After dinner we.
    were invited by Mr. Wyche to ac-
    company a party, consisting of
    Misses Ellen Boss, Mary Pendleton'
    and himself for a row on the lake.
    This we did witja-delight, being very
    fond of boat riding. Mr. Wyche is
    av. oarsman who dates away back,
    and when it comes to letting your
    oars slip from the locks and turning
    a back somersault he takes the cake,
    as was proven just after starting.
    However, nothing happened to mar
    the pleasure of the occasion.
    Orange Lake is a beautiful body of
    water, about 20 miles long and 4
    miles wide, with lovely orange groves
    and thrifty vegetable farmes border-
    ing either side. The water in some
    places is as clear as crystal and is
    almost alive with various kinds of,
    fish. Here and there can be seen is-
    lands, some of considerable size, in-
    habited by the different birds for
    which Florida is noted. On one of
    these islands, we were told, there is
    a bunch of unbranded wild cattle,
    that have been there foryears. In
    the center one can get a view of the
    finest section in the State.;
    , In conclusion we wish to express
    our thanks to the good people of that
    entire section for their hospitality,
    and .promise you that we will come
    again in the near future.
    A Labor Savipg Invention Inde-
    ponsable to all Who Write.
    Of the many valuable improve-
    nments which have been made in self-
    feeding pens a great part are due to
    the skill and persistence of Mr. L.
    E. Dunlap, of Boston, who, as a pio-
    neer in this business, has spent the
    last decade in perfecting the fountain


    Official Notice.
    The wost.offlce will be open from
    to 10 p'elocka. ni.. every Sunday, for
    the accommodation of Pie publ c.
    IM. C. ARNOW, P. M.


    Send THe NEWS office vegetable es
    WANTED.-Chicken and eggs at
    the NEWs office.
    Do yoi wish a piano or organ? if
    so, call at this offcle and secure a"
    S Arrived, last Saturday, about day-
    break', at" Mr. J. C. Byuknlght's, a
    lttle "Kid.">
    Come and see our 10 cent Satens,
    bought at bankrupt sale; always
    Sold 20c. before.
    S. H. BENJAMIN & CO.
    Goblin'ghorst, Schley & Co., Baltl-
    more conudission men, report, calf-
    bage firm, $1.5A $11.75.
    We tlhiln; the public would appre-
    clate alny effort tilhe butchers may
    minake to hruntlih frush meats every
    day except Sunday.
    New and Second Hand Wagons
    and Buggies for sale at Carter's
    shop. 10tf
    -We would be glad if our citizens
    wofIld Informi us of friends or others
    arriving and departing, as we will
    always be glad to note such'facts.
    8. H. Benjamin &.Co., have in their
    new stock the largest and finest
    assortment of Embrederles ever
    S.brought to Micanopy.
    Along disputed case of alimony
    was settled near hero a few days ago
    by:a division of the personal proper-
    ty and the husband consumed all
    .the debts. The really estate remained
    as it was.
    Abbot's East India Corn Paint
    remouoves quickly all corns, bunions
    and warts without pain.
    e i.M Price alld family left last
    q Hday for, Eureka, Lake Co.,
    IBlae will continue the practice
    Sof medicine and run a drug-store
    a$o. The doctor has the best wishes
    of TriE NEWS.
    Cata'rrh originates "in screfulas
    tauint. P. P. P. pqrifies the blood,
    and thus permanently cures Catarrh.
    The town, authorities are not cover:
    ing themselves with .glory by arny
    means when thiy allow violations
    ' of %the-town ordinauceri to occur
    dalhTy without even living a marshal
    'on thq streets to apprehend the vio-
    lators. ,.,:
    : On his wiay to Palatka Monday
    Evening' our friend C. E. Owen
    stepped offthe -train at Jolnson's
    Station to talk cabbage(?),, and the
    train pulled out leaving him making
    sigu at a conductor. Charlie says

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    For Sale.
    pea-nuts, at 75c bushel.
    J. H. VINSON,
    Evinston, Fla.

    The following was received by C.
    iE. Owen, railroad agent, a few days
    "I am forced to call your attention
    to the rules of the company in regard
    to the delivery of freight before
    charges are pail. All charges on
    freight must be paid and consignee's
    receipts for goods before delivery.
    As this rule is uow in force, we
    publish satne for benefit of con-
    O. P. Likins, the photographer,
    Gainesville, always gives perfect sat-
    isfaction in fine photographs and all
    other pictures. His facilities are
    first-class and work the best.
    WVe dropped into I. Hermnian's store
    Monday to look at his stock of new
    goods, which consists of the finest
    and latest styles of ladies' bonnets
    and hats, which were beautiful, in-
    deed. One of them, the finest we
    ever saw in this market, was valued
    it $2o. Flower bonnets, of the latest
    designs; hats trimmed and untrinm-
    med; box upon box of artificial flow-
    ers for triumming; ribbons of every
    width, quality and color; neck ruch-
    Ing, all colors; dress goods of every
    description; black embroidered
    dresses, latest styles; white embroi-
    dered, all kinds; parasols, very beau-
    tiful; in fact, everything that is
    stylish and pretty, can be found in
    this large and well selected stock.
    Mrs. Hevman has always had a rep-
    utation for good taste in selecting
    goods which is fully sustained by her
    last selection.
    In selecting their Spring Stock, S.
    H. Benjamin & Co., endeavored to
    increase popular lines and add all
    new and novel goods that were of-
    fered. Everything that was not
    stylish and popular they let severely,
    alone. Call and see for yourself.
    Their HartfordC Fire Insurance Co.
    is now ready for business in this sec-
    tion, and we would be glad to furnish
    persons, who desire insurance of any
    kind, rates on any class of property
    mentioned in South Eastern Tariff
    Association. D. E. THoPsoN,
    .... .
    Micanopy Alliance.
    Saturday, April 4th, will be the
    regular meeting day for Micanopy
    Sub Alliance. All members and
    candidates for membership are re-
    quested.to be present. Business of
    importance will come before the
    P. A. RunI,, B. W. POWELL,
    Secretary. President.,

    The second verse we are unable to
    proceed with for two reasons. First,
    because we are stuck rhymers, and
    second, because we would like to call
    your attention to the large aud well
    assorted stock of Shloos kept con-
    stantly on hand, which are being
    sold at prices tliat will pay you to
    favor us with your patronage. Don't
    fail to call or send when you need
    anything in the Shoo Line. Money
    refunded for all goods not satisfacto-
    ry. 1H. T. VATTERLIN,
    Gainesville,',Palatka and Tampa.
    --- -** *
    Remarkable Resce c.
    Mr.. MicJial Curtain, Plainfield,
    Ill., makes fhe- fttemleiit that she
    caught eold, which setlel-e' o her
    lungs; she was treated for a umdo-nth
    by her family physician, but grew
    worse. HIe told herl she was a hope-
    less victim of consumption and that
    no medicine could cure her. Her
    druggist suggested Dr. King's New
    Discovery for Consumption; she
    bouglit a bottle and to her delight
    found herself benefited front first
    lose. She contiinued its use and af-
    ter taking ten bottles, found herself
    sound and well, now does her own
    housework and is as well as she ever
    was.-Free trial bottles of this Great
    Discovery at W. W. Johnson & Co.'s
    drug store, large bottles 50c. and $1.00.

    A Glorious Trip.
    Saturday afternoon your reporter
    made a trip down to Orange Lake
    for the purpose of seeing what is
    truthfully said to be the finest fruit
    and vegetable.growing section, cov-
    ering an area of ten miles square, in
    the State. Their meeting of the vege-
    table and fruit, growers at Center
    Point was the occasion of our being
    in this vicinity, which meeting we
    attended and were pleased to meet a
    number of the more substantial
    growers, among wlhomin was Mr. G. T.
    Flewellen, wlio kindly offered us a
    seat in his buggy, which was accepted
    and we were driven to the beautiful
    village of Orange Lake. Along the
    road from Center Point we saw the
    finest fields of cabbage that it has
    been our fortune to see before. To-
    matoes and cucumbers, though not
    so plentiful, were fine-looking and
    promise a fnlue crop. To name the
    different places we saw would re-
    quire too much space, so we will
    omit that. Hower, Mr. Flewellen
    informed us that his crop of cabbage
    was immense.
    In due season, and after having a
    delightful drive, we reached our des-
    tination Just as the sun was sinking
    behind the western hills. We pulled
    up at the Loclbie House, where
    41ini a 1n I nn r h tP=ua M 'r.


    Good seed
    Apply to


    Wanted Blocks.
    Cut 28)o inches long. Must be
    square, at following prices for cash,
    delivered at MAlntosh:
    15 to 18 inches in diameter 121. cts.
    18 to 22 15 ets.
    22 to 24 ,, "4 18 cts.
    24 to 26 20 Cts.
    Orange boxes and vegetable crates
    constantly on hand.
    J. Y. PETTEYS.



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    WANTED.-The consent of ten
    thousand smokers, to send each a
    sample lot of 150 "NICKEL', Cigars
    and a 20 year gold filed Watch, by
    Express C. 0. D $5.25 and allow ex-
    amination. HAVANA CIGAR Co.,
    Winston, N. C.

    A copy of Ayers Newspaper An-
    nual for 1890. This is a new volume,
    and belongs to this office. It was
    left in a desk in the old residence of
    Mr. W. W. Brice, and was last seen
    there. Any information will be re-


    AN .. : M:: .m+E R,-
    AND.:' SUM++"RMER
    \ < ** * -

    Club Rates.

    In order to enlarge our subscrip-
    tion list, we have arranged with the
    publishers of the papers below to
    furnish the' NEWS with them as fol-
    Weekly Savannah News ....... .$1.75
    Weekly Florida Standard ....... 1.50
    Weekly Times-Union............. 1.50
    Wdekly Atlanta Constitution... 1.60
    Weekly Detroit Free Press .. 1.50
    We do not offer the TUSKAWILLA
    NEWS to old subscribers at less than
    regular rates, but will give them the
    benefit of any reduction that we can
    get on other papers.

    And in consequence we will soon visit the, Northern Mairkets and as'
    usual the only fine and rare novelties will be secured. ..

    This is to certify that I have been
    afflicted with scrofula, or blood poi-
    son, for a number of years. The best
    physicians of Mobile and this city
    said nothing could be done for me.
    I also took a large quantity of -, but
    found no relief in anything that I
    took. My limbs were a mass of
    ulcers, and when I was sent to phy-
    sician in Mobile my entire body was
    a mass of sores. I had givert up all
    hope, and as a last resort tried P. P.
    P. (Prickly Ash, Poke Root and po-
    tassium) and after using four bottles
    (small size) the sores have entirely
    disappeared, and my general health
    was never better than at the present
    time, and people that know me think
    it a wonderful cure.

    S; O Ne- .
    ' of N ew '1 .','' .

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    Having made arrangements with some of the largest importers
    York and Baltimore regarding our,

    itt Sh'x'xx. 1juiIu.y, ,avc ut iI, L et
    welcome and won our heart by serv-
    ing a tempting supper, for which
    this house is famous. After partak-
    ing of this we curled our back hair,
    brushed the dust of travel from our
    old clothes and started on a tour of
    inspection. The town afore-men-
    tioned very much resembles the
    city of Rome, being built upon a
    number of hills, though it is not
    quite as large as that city, but then
    you are aware of the fact that it is
    not near as old, either, but we are
    forced to assert that the endowments
    of nature upon this section surpass
    those of Rome or any other place.
    Our first visit was to the home of
    Mr. C. C. WNVaits, an enterprising
    merchant of the town who is ever
    ready, with the assistance of his
    pleasant and affable wife to show his
    hospitality in a manner that gives
    one that feeling of being at home.
    Here we had the pleasure of meeting
    Miss Mary Pendleton, a very enter-
    taining and accomplished youig
    Inorlv who is nn short, vi t toAMrsp.


    perfected invention is the Dunlap
    Double-feed Pen, and in this very
    double-feed lies the secret of its suc-
    It carries a sixteen-karat diamond-
    pointed gold pen, and is perfect
    pocket-companion that will not only
    prove indispensable, but a joy and
    blessing as long as life lasts. It is
    gauranteed to write instantly, al-
    ways and under all circumstances.
    To introduce it among the readers of
    this paper, the manufacturers offer
    for a short time only, to send it by
    return mail at one-half the regular
    By posting a better enclosing a
    swo-cent stamp, to the Dunlap Pen
    Company. 280 Washington ,street,
    Boston, Mass., you wirl receive a
    beautifully engraved ticket worth $2,
    and also an illustrated price-list and
    circular, telling you how to make $5
    per day.
    Happy Hoosiers.
    Win. Timmons, pstmaster of Ida-
    ville, Ind,, writes: "Electric Bitters
    has done more for me than 'all other
    medicines combined, for that bad
    feeling arising from Kiduey or Liver
    trouble." John Leslie, farmer and
    stockman of same place, says: "Find
    Electric BIitters to be the best Kid-
    nev and Liver medicine; -made me
    feel like a new man." J. W. Gard-
    ner, hardware merchant, same town,
    says: Electric Bitters is just the
    thing for a man -who is- all run
    down and don't care whether he dies,
    or lives; he foul new strength,
    good appetite and felt just like he
    had a new lease on life. Only 50c. a
    bottle, at W. W. Johnson & Co.'sa
    drug store.

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    Within a short time our business
    houses have been burglarized three
    different times. Last night J. A.
    Simonton's store was entered by bur-
    glare abd several dollars' worth of
    merchandise stolen. The depot was
    visited and express pacKages of val-
    ue taKen therefrom. The hotel was
    the last place, but have not heard to
    what extent it was robbed.
    We regret that Micanopy is in such
    a condition that anybody can come
    and rob, burglarize, or do, anything
    else, and no attempt is made t6 dis-
    cover who is doing the mischief or
    to punish .them afterwards. We
    suggested once or twice that to hire
    a night watchman would be better
    than to allow the business hfbuses of
    the town go wholly unprotected.
    The reputation that we are gaining
    abroad will certainly injure us more
    than the payment of two or three
    hundred dollars per-year for a night

    AS HERETOFORE. ''*'. '

    Terrible blood poison, body cov-
    ered with sores, and two bottlesof
    P. P. P. (Prickly Ash, P,oke Root and
    JPotassitun) oired the disease, mak-
    r, g teli patient lively as a ten-year-
    * o i lad; + '.L I i I

    S WVo are in. receipt of a note.from
    Rev. L. D. Geiger, announcing the
    Sfact that hlie has declined the call to
    the First Baptist church, ol Tampa,
    aud..will continue in his, present field-
    of labor. We are glad'to be able to
    make this announcement, and feel
    iUre tltal it willkie gratifying ,to his
    lany friends here.
    S Infiported Satines,20c., former price
    25c.; Outings, 10c., former price 15c.;
    SGinghaluuis in Chambray Styles 8c.,
    .rornicfe.price 10c.; Imported Challies,
    something new, never offered in this
    Market before, at
    S H. BENJAMIN & Co.
    k ,T offering for sale four head of
    oxev'a p, ouy horses from 4 to 7 years
    o1 i at prices.that will astonish the
    natives Every pony guaranteed ex-
    ac tly Ias represented. Get. prices be-

    S. P. CREW.


    Th'. Notice of Spring Opening will appear later. :



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    - Pa-.


    fore buying. W M A V ANT. -- ----. .. ,--r a ... ..,. .
    Burglary, Uricveled. Waits, and Mr. Wyche, the acco
    "Ve are truly glad to receive such --,,- :- modating salesman in Mr. Wai
    encouraging notes as the following, In May, 1889, Dr. Montgomery's store, who, with others, made
    which is from a .lady who is astraig- residences entered by burglars, visit of a most delightful natu
    er to us, but evidently a loyal friend $65 in cash and a Waterburry watch Remaining a short time here we th
    to THE NEWS: were takenand a sharp hatchet was walked over to the residence of Ca
    "I4 6 leaving Micanopy, I wish to left sittihg- by the wardrobe in the Hickson, a beautiful place and 1
    express the satisfaction Iderive from room in which the Dr. Mrs. Mont- the satisfaction of spending a sh
    Srealug your bright and progressive golneiy and, Lucius* were sleeping, but very enjoyable evening. M
    .ptlaper. .I hope that, th l9fru its of its
    suggestions for all good works will This hAthliet created the impression Hickson and Miss Hattie we fou
    ; be evident in due time.'" 1Oat if anyone had awoke they would
    Rheumatisui was so bad that Ihae been slain with it. Member bf the-
    .James Irvin of Savannah, could 1P November, of the same year, MERCANTILE EXCHANGE, NEW
    ,hardly walk fromn pain in his shoul- burglars entered the house again,
    der and points of his legs. P. P.,P. breaking in through the parlor win-
    Prickly Ash, (Poke Root andPots- dow, and stole the doctor's and Wil-
    slhim) was reesorted to and Irwin is
    wel. wl and hap,. -. lie McFall's watch, both gold watches
    :'"+ + \ of value. Dr. M put the matter in
    5 -We.,ould suggest to one of our the hands of the Secret Service Bu- MARCH 31sIt.-NEW
    ::E'viniston. friends "that' It would, be 'O'Jcs '
    : iston friends. that it would b. ,reau, of, Jacksonville, and a short Cabbage $1.50 to $2.00. Beans (r
    S,.weel ioh'?to wa ,unt 1s goo me since he received a letter say-'
    ' :wiie fnnsned reading Ttii rUSKA- t n hat It was believed that his
    .,,,'WILLA E. S, a. s ,atch was in the hands of a man in-
    .impatient thatt in his hurry, he, can-',tIay c dou n t
    p not' distinguish ae differnc be- bsinss meeting was arranged
    tween sugar and salt until he has a..d the Dr. casually asked the time
    b.bountifully aweetenied(?) his coffee of day, whien- the gentleman pulled
    S:with, the hitter. Ofo<0o.,seit:isn;eed- ut thlie doctor's own watch. The
    'less to say that in making confession wt beigdentified and the numA
    Uof" mistake he did so Wifl tearful e e a u ender-
    ..).,fa _.., .--,..bgyethe gentleman surredr
    ,+ e es and promised better behavior I +
    d esp p b i "tf.:property witliout objection.
    1I. the future. \ !g-:^*
    .> the...utur-. : his led to the arrest-ol a gentleman
    S.. 'The first quarterly meeting for thq .in Suwariee county, and also to the :,
    MDicanopy .circuit will J>e held at arrest of a colored man who. was in CO M M S
    SMarvin ehukoh.. next Saturday and the employ of the SF..-& W V.R.R R l
    Sunday The.preslding elder, Rey. This c61ored man failed to produce
    1J.C. Ley, will preash.bturday and t.he mAn-of %hom be got the watch
    &WqcStay at 11 .a. m., a-d;T:30 p. m. and consequently was bound, over
    S.:.At the closo o tfe sermon.. Sunday, to the circuit court t await trial.
    -morning the sacrament of the Lord's Dr. M. thinks this colored nian is :'. _
    .i :- sUpperwillbeadminias.ter d. tie burglar, or else belongs to a / Y (
    :Fritday 3rd lost., is to -be6. observed .clan, whom he does not want to be- JL ^ V V J.
    ,ta.day of fasting. and prayer. Let tray The doctor is on the track of : .
    "11 .Iethdgittsremepber their duty Willie McFall's watch and thinks he
    'tkep Ze quarferly, fast days and will recover it in the hands ofauoth-
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    For New York, Boston, and Philade lphia.. i*^: :

    credit and borrowing nome money
    while here, but no one can be found
    who will admit that he got stuck a
    "red." He bargained for a house
    and lot in town and managed to
    have a great many good things said
    about him. He soon became acquain-
    ted with some of our young girls.
    Among them was Miss Mersay Aus-
    tin, the 14-year old daughter ofHans
    Austin. To this young girl he paid
    his entire attention, and in about a
    week after the first acquaintance he
    secured license and they were mar-
    nred. On the next day Harrell pro,
    posed to his wife that they go to
    Jacksonville and buy furniture for
    their new home. They left on the
    early train Saturday morning. At
    Jacksonville they stopped at the
    Tremont Hotel, and Monday they
    went hunting household goods, buy-
    ing at one place over $3)0 worth,
    which were packed ready for ship
    ment. On Tuesday Harrell left his
    hotel, savlg that he would see about
    the shipping of his goods, and has
    never been heard of since. Mrs. Har-
    rell being left alone and without
    money, the hotel bill unpaid, appeal-
    ed to her relatives in that city. The
    result is that the train Wednesday
    brought her back a sadder but a
    much wiser girl. We may add that
    she has the universal sympathy of
    our people, and it Harrell should
    show up in our town it would be at
    least a tar and feather.
    Manatee County Adlvocate.
    Capt. J. L. Hough met with quite
    an adventure while out hunting a few
    days ago. He was stepping along
    quietly when he placed his foot right
    along side of a huge rattlesnake, about
    seven feet long, as large around as a
    man's leg, and its head was as broad
    as a man's hand. The captain came
    away from there by the double quick
    Major A. J. Adams has made some
    interesting experiments in horticul-
    ture and has met with success in many
    instances. Of late years grafting or
    budding the peach on plum stock has
    been advocated, but in many cases it
    has been proven that the new bud or
    graft outgrew the stock upon which it
    was introduced; heavy winds, being.
    liable to break down the tree. Ten or
    fifteen yeahs ago, Capt. J. W. Harlee
    received a shipment of sweet wild
    plums from South Carolina, and these
    being planted by Major Adams, J. M.
    Helm and others, are known now by
    the name of the "Helm plum," and for
    fruit or as stock for budding are just
    the thing for our soil and climate.
    Major Adams has pver 500 of these
    trees grafted with fruit suitable for
    them. The editor of the Advocate
    was shown over the grounds of Villa
    Zanza last Saturday and saw these
    trees in vigorous growth. One tree in
    particular we noticed upon which were
    growing buds of apricots, one of nec-
    tarine, two of peach and one Kelsey
    stock we saw growing and in bloom
    the prune of commence. Another, with
    the blood plum of Japan. The differ-
    ence in growth and apparent strength
    to withstand winds is clearly demon-
    strated. On the Florida wild plumh
    stock the new wood was as large again
    as the stock below, while on the South
    Carolino sweet plum stock, both grbw
    equally, assuring strength and vigor.
    The- White Squadron has been in
    Tampa Bay for some days, and we can
    hear the booming of the guns on the
    Manatee river. Some of our people
    have taken the steamers to have a look
    at the great war ships.
    Columbia county Citizen.
    Lieut. C. C Ballou, of the lotgnfan-
    try, stationed at Salt Lake City, Utah,
    who was recently detailed as command-
    ant of cadets and professor of military
    science at the Florida State Aaricultura
    College at Lake City. arrived Wednes-
    day morning, accompanied by his wife
    and two children, and has entered upon
    his duties at the institution. We wish
    them'a pleasant-residence among us.
    Editor Caldwell, of the Jasper News,
    appeals to the Democrats of Florida in
    behalf of Owen K. Paxton, convicted at
    the last term of the U. S. Court of con
    piracy, with the particulars of which

    our reading public are familiar. Mr.
    Paxton is a poor man and every Demo-
    crat in the State should aid him to pay
    his fine. which must be paid by April 13.
    The Plant will receive and receipt for
    any amount left with it by the people of
    Prof. Jas. M. Stuart, of Marianna, who
    was recently elected to the chair of his-
    tory and Latin min the Agricultural Col-
    lege at this place, has arrived and en-
    tered upon his duties. At the meeting
    "of the State Teachers' Association at
    Tampa last week he was made president
    of that.body. This, while a high per-
    sonal compliment, was also an oppor-
    tune.jebuke to the local Republican
    sheet, which turned its mud batteries
    upon him in connection with the able
    historical review made before the asso-
    ciation. But: then honest history isn't
    complimentary to Republicans of the
    present day.
    Madison Recorder.
    Mrs. E. Pittman, who has been a resi-
    dent of Qumncy since the year 1824, and
    who during isat time has never spent a
    night outside ,the town limits, left last
    Wednesday for Midway, where she will
    reside with her' daughter. The rideto
    Midway was the first time she had ever
    ridden on or even-seen a railroad- train,
    and great excited the curiosity ot the
    old-lady. She is the motherof Justice
    O. W..Pittman, and is about 85 years qf
    SOi&er sqpriiliuPark Weekly. ."*
    Silver Springs Park has been an incor-
    -porated town for the past two years, or
    nearly so, and n+w the question is,-has
    it- as-, such been.-a gueess? If so, let's
    continue it; if not, and if there .Is no
    prospect of making it isuch, why not dis-
    contihnue it and -save those connected

    with the place all unnecessary expense
    and trouble. We are for whatever is for
    the best. We have beenliving under the
    protection of a town government quite
    long enough to know whether the bene-
    fits derived thereby are equal to the ex-
    pense it occasions. If the best has been
    done that it is possible to do, we for one
    are ready to say shut down.
    Ket Weat Advertiseffr.
    Mr. Frost, assistant engineer of the
    steamship Mascotte, met with a sad ac-
    cident while fixing the machinery of the
    steamer in Havana on Monday last by
    which he met with an early death. Ex-
    actly how the accident happened no one
    seems to know. His body was forward-
    ed by our leading undertaker, B. P. Ba- 1
    ker, to his family in Jacksonville by the
    steamer Olivette on Wednesday last.
    We understand from G, 1). Boone that
    the name-plates for the street corners I
    will be ready to place in position by the
    1st prox. As soon as the city engineer
    ready to designate the numbers the num-
    bering process of the houses can proceed.
    Lawrence Barrett Dead.
    NKW YORK, March 21.-Lawrence
    Barrett, the great tragedian, died Fri-
    day evening at 10:45 o'clock at the
    Windsor hotel. His demise wasdue to
    heart failure and the end was quite
    sudden. The great actor was uncon-
    scious but a short time before lie died.
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    been able to cure in all its stages, and
    that is catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is
    the only positive cure now known to,
    the medical fraternity. Catarrh, being
    a constitutional disease, requires a
    constitutional treatment. Hall's Ca-
    tarrh Cure is taken internally, acting
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    Dr. B F. Wilson is at the Cordova
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    much as he whacked away at the Con-
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    ever, he took a hand on the ships of
    Uncle Sam's navy, and being a confirm-
    ed consumptive-also a bachelor-he
    looked at the close of the war for pas-
    tures new in which to lie down and die.
    He found just the place on Johana, one
    of the Camoro Islands, and there pitch-
    ed his tent. His large number of slaves
    make his immense sugar plantations
    very profitable, and the equitable cli-
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    his health. Dr. Wilson will devote sev-
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    investigation of the Disston sugar plan-
    tations. -Times-Union.
    P, P. P. cures scrofula, salt rheum
    and all humors, dyspepsia, sick head-
    feeling, creates an appetite, strength-
    ens the nerves and builds up the whole
    system. P. P. P. is unrivalled, and
    ince its introduction has cured more
    cases of blood disease than all other
    blood purifiers put together.
    Exhausted vitality, nervousness, lost
    manhood, weakness caused by over-
    taxation of the system, will be cured
    by the powerful P. P. P., which gives
    health and strength to the wreck of
    the system.
    A thousand tons of phosphate a day,
    will be shipped from DeSoto county
    within four months from date.

    P. P. P. stimulates the appetite and
    aids thle process of assimilation, cures
    nervous troubles and invigorates and
    strengthens every organ of the body.
    Nervous prostration is also cured by
    the great and powerful P. P.P. Its
    effects are permanent and lasting."
    Mr. Randall Poke, the retired drug-
    gist of Madison, Fla., says (December
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    best alterative on the market, and that
    he has seen more beneficial results
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    Hot Springs.
    Have you ever visited Hot Springs ?
    Alas You meet while there so many
    evidences of terrible blood poison, evi-
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    form. Hither rush sufferers from scrof-
    ula,syphilis, eczema, salt rheum, ulcers,
    blemished skin, twisted and aching
    joints, limbs made crooked by rheum-
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    do not and come away poor in purse
    and grievously disappointed. It costs
    money to visit and sojourn at Hot
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    there cannot be indulged in without
    considerable expense. How thankful
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    there is a remedy even more beneficial
    in cases of blood poison than Hot
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    Balm (B. B B.) As to its merits thou-
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    Z. T. Hallerton, Macon, Ga, writes :
    "I contracted blood poison. I first
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    Jas. L. Bosworth, Atlanta, Ga., says:
    "Some years ago I contracted blood
    poison. I had no appetite, my diges-
    tion was ruined, rheumatism drew up
    my limbs so I could hardly walk, my
    throat was cauterized five times. Hot
    Springs gave me no benefit and my life
    was one of torture until I gave B. B. B.
    a trial, and, surprising as it may seem,
    the us-esof five bottles cured me."
    Baltimore Orange Market.
    Fruit Commission Merchant,
    105 S. Calvert St., Baltimore, Md.
    BALTIMORE, March 17, 1891.
    Florida oranges of fine grades and
    good'sizes are scarce, and sell on arrival
    at $3.50 to $4.50, as to size. Meadium and
    common grades, from large to medium
    sizes, $2.25 to $3 25. Strawberries 20c.
    to 35c. Florida Cabbage $2.50 to $3.00
    per crate, which is a decided advance.

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    furnish capital. The gentlemen
    S owning-tour hundred acres of land
    proposes to put the lands against the
    amount of capital necessary to put
    in the plant, say $15,000. They will
    then pay current expenses and di-
    vide the profits. This is, the true
    method to pursue for parties owning
    valuable phosphate lands. When
    the lands are sold out-right to capi-
    talists outside the state, the wealth
    now lying within our bosom, is
    transferred from among us to other
    states, Florida realizing but little
    from her own treasures. But by a
    method like the above, her citizens
    reap the reward to which they are
    ustlv entitled, instead of being made
    the subject of a duping scheme. It
    is a fact understood, on the sly, that
    there is about to be organized the
    largest phosphate syndicate to oper-
    ate in Polic county that has yet been
    organized inthe state. The three
    gentlemen more prominently nlater-
    sated are now in the city looking af-
    'ter the matter. Some time since they
    were here and promised to return as
    soon as some financial arrangements
    then in contemplation, could be con-
    summated. One of the gentlemen
    mentioned has Just sold a mining in%
    terest In the Northwest for $1,700,000
    and will invest it in phosphates.
    Thus capital once seeking invest-
    ment in western ores, is now chang.
    Ing for Florida phosphates. Straws
    show which way the wind blows.
    The stock company when organized
    S-will possibly carry $5.000,000 of stock.
    The works will probably be within
    ten miles of Bartow. But we, shall
    give further particulars in our next.
    Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Hughes and
    daughter started to Florida from
    their home at Dead Wood, S. D.,
    last week. When they reached Cus-
    ter, sixty miles Out, their daughter
    had concussion of the brain from
    Swhleh she died after two days. They
    concluded to bring the remains with
    them for Interment at 'some central
    point, so that wherever they might
    settle they could be taken tB for fi-
    nal burial. Mr. and Mrs.Tlughes
    arrived at the Wright House Tues-.
    day..and on Wednesday afternoon
    they followed to the grave all that
    remained of their lovely daughter.
    Si*oWn theinm, and although among
    strangers, they realized that they
    hab the sympathy of all to whose
    knowledge the- sad incident had
    Bill Goulden, W. W. Sheppard,
    Peter Pendleton, John Griffin, Rus-
    sell Caldwell and Jesse Cain escaped
    from the jail here about ten o'clock
    Tuesday night, cutting the outlet
    bais with saws made of case knives.
    Where they got the knives and how
    they got out of their cells is not
    kInown. Mr. Fed Douglass, who
    was temporarily in charge, says, we
    are Informed that he locked them
    in about night, yet they were found
    unlocked, and it is said no escapes
    ; have previously been made from the
    cages. All these parties were con-
    victed and sentenced at the late term
    of court. Golden was seen in town
    Wednesday night; most of the oth-
    ers are probably out of the state. No
    recaptures have been made. The
    t late grand jury recommended against
    building a new jail, and the Judge
    took issue with them at the time.
    something ought to be done.
    Mr. Isadore Hernandez of Jack-

    sonville was in the city Wednesday
    S evening, with the view of establish-
    I. nga iargcigar factory at this point.
    He was assured of the heartiest co
    op ratldn 'O the part of our citizens.
    We have oiiw the buildings, facill-
    tes and tobacco and trust the enter-
    prise will eventuate.
    P radford county Teleraph.
    About three weeks ago a gentle-
    *' manly appearing man came to this
    tqwn and secured board at the board&
    -g ing house of Wm, Tison. He was a
    l'. .. :awyer and represented himself as
    S' coming, from Alabama, said he4Was
    S looking for a place In which to prac.
    ties law, and had been reeemmended
    to come to Starke and that he had
    decided to remain here. In conse-
    quence he had made arrangements
    with Col. Bugg to occupy. his office
    : and afterwards decided to go into
    SCol Fraze s office and made ar-
    fntbgemOntst that: effect. ie' as-
    'iated i -two law cases befre the
    C county judges court and showed that
    % he was, man pf much ability. He
    S. was regular at church and would al-
    <-o"p &I w st on the front bench; he even
    r s far as to make a public con-
    ib felion of his sins and promised to be
    + -& better man in the future. He rep-
    r eented himself to be a man of
    ? re an ad to have money In a bank
    '.. in Columbia, Ala. To some he sta-
    i, '* -'*ted that he had $1,500 in the bank.
    k~"... Harrell;gave a check on the McNab
    at Colitnsa, to: his land-lord.
    l- ;'' This d"aft Was returned the day be-
    fo< .re heleft this eity, as Harrelwas
    n.ot known An.Columbia. He suc-
    SF o -Jin Bying some. goods ion

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