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FLORIDA STATE YEWS. us by taking our paper, and by getting GLTYN S LYNCHING BEE The lynching took pl e by the sideof .
?-7.. -V our friends todoso, too. Every brother a well within 300 yards of the Taylor 1
C + in the A, M. E. Conference at this ses- chapel. Rev. G. P. owell, who has
oaArcutu bugt paper. EveHUNDREDS OF PEOPLE FLOCK TO welll, who
tsionughtto take ot paper. Even si t t F charge of Hortense minion, held serv- --
Itis said that the phosphate compa the visiting brethren from the North SEE THE CORPSES, ices there to-day, and hiirst knowledge --
nies now operating in the State make should read our literature (local) and of the crime was when he drove on the
profit of from $4to $5per ton on allthse'- 8Qg Q~ele,^ th Jur of Inques of the crim was wh roe nDh
profit of from $4 to $5 per ton on all the see what. we are doing for ourselves, Wttnesses Befoire the Jury of Inquest scene.- His discourse Gontained many O f a la A PU
rock sold. God and the race. Affirm that They Failed to identify Any allusions to the crime. O f O+_ .
So far as we have heard the Florida Our Exposition number is deferred, of the Crovd-The Jury Expresses a THE INQUEST an
Horticultural Society has not received owing to our inability to get it up Belief that the Hanging is Murder. Glynn county is at present without a A. -.. 4+^ .F
San invitation from a single place in Flor sooner. Conference another pressing BRNSWICK, GA., Feb. 34.-Owming to coroner, and at 12 o'clock Justice Lam- ,.. Carry the largest stock in Sout
ida.to hold its annual meetng. Verily engagements compel us to leave offthe the, long distance from Brunswick, and bright held an miquest. Deputy Sheriff s. ,,. States of
our people bhndto ther own mterests Exposition number. tie hour the lynching, occurred, all the Levison summonedR. A. Hopkins, W. MAI I''
o_' sun~hotin mor,r+ poreeiaton of the M '-. ';++ :iL'" ,r+'+++i
gibfsh g .mor.pprec.tion GaifeavuZun. -facts could not be wired last night. Pittman, O. V. Barkuloo, J. W. Smith. % | | .
w .ork done'by the Florida horticidturists. Rev. Gus Walters says the white Monday morning the news of the attack I. Bailey and F. M. Rrow, as jurors,and ... '"'- v
; tMerl, River Joarn people will not even put a negro on on Mr. Jordau, and the subsequent cap- C. W. Deming as clvrk._ .
S The Sterling Phosphats Company. with equality with the white race ture of the asailants was generally They were sworn in nd elected Mr. "
+ a capital ,stockwof $3,500,000, has lately wen two persons. of different known, and warrants were sworn out Hopkins foreman. Guar s Emmett r;. -. I
purchased 1,720 acres of phosphate lands color are fiasuged together. 110 says for Wesley King, alias Lewi-, and Hiy-nry Taylor and L. Merriwether, Edlitor Sam 'w
: on Gamible creek, in the eastern part of that ths was made manifest by the Jackson. The prisoners were delivered E. Whitmire and Col. Frank H. Harris ':,, .l
the county, which they propose to de- ^white man being swung higher in over by Sheriff Berrie to a posse of were sworn as witnesss, VI iolins. Ranjos Guitars, Accorde
elp atn early date. the air on Tuesday night than the guards in accordance with the order of STORY OF THE GUARDS. -' Hakra, Stringsmm heet M .
.P ahate parties are becoming so nu- gro. We don't imagine tatthe Justice Coker. After a ride of fifteen Guards raylor and Merriweather test
+ W"=me~s that it; is hard -to, keep up,!with nego We dontimgin that thhy JwiictohL Afe rd+ ite
u, a m u the at iNa i hard to keep up with xeciitioners looked at the matter in miles through dnse .wtmp the party tied that they w..restismU..).e. with G. i i Northern prices.
them. Nearly -very section of the coune about 5.30 o'lock arrived at Sterling, a H. MeriIId, Geo.g Kra anl H, R.
ty~h b en imte -)d rin the:pa',ten this lighl; but when',aud cao't make abou 5-:30 O'clock arrived at tering, a Rt. Meri-field, Gee, I+K u. awll H .: .' .+
ty has been visited during the pa ud te s thiel nobu whe ut ob made small station up the East Tennessee road, Douglassonthelril', -,sse,o accom- P ANOS Weber.
days, and many thousand acresor ld aoint ere no pott a in a sparsely settled community. pany the deceased to t -lhn.: that on NBfvs
bhave been bought by them.' E-Sheriff Sam Weinger, we re- The station was alive witha'negroes a drivingg their, court was|.held and the .. -- -.'-'. OR GAN S arrn &e
Tituile"Star. gret to learn, had his face badly indignatly discussing the outrage and deceased were bound.l ovet to stand their :. '
Ademenfel tiegrowastakenin charge burned Monday'-night during the condemning in loud: t the the despera- trial forassault and battery, and they r*__ epeciallyrecommend theHaine
'by Sheriff Bowman" oi the steamer St. fight between the sheriff's posse and does who did the'work. Many of the again started for Brunswick: that while -- ishn th es uef einsru
Lucie Snday mof'ning and lodged'm the burglars. Mr. Weinges' eyes, it. spectators were drinking and threats of on their way, a body of about 200 armed world. The F. and organs can b
.. ..' '* one of the cells of the jail. He is evi is said, were seriously affected, and lynching were made on all sides, while men commanded them to throw up their O FICERS any intelligent 10-year-old boy
dently suffering from bydrophobia, as it is possible that he may lose his everynow and then groups of turpen- hands; they did so, and, at the peril of WRIHT VPrs R B McCONNELL Cashier. rle recognized as themes
he screamis and bites at everything that eyesight. tineand lumbermen could be seen pri- their lives were forced to drive on. They JO F. DUNN, Pest. H. C. WR H, V.-res MCON, aser. nte hon
She seego can./getholdof. He gotinto manatee A..cate. latelyy and excitedly discussing the af- said they did not recognize any of the itl paidn 100000 nyoneanon aninstrue
Sthe adjoining^1 celith two other negro I -f"e '-no treeis JohuP ti- mob C apitl pa id in .~,I
the adjoining cell Vith two othernegro -Orange trees, lemon trees, plum fair. Justice JohnPyles had been noti- mob. .. "er ttlo than n r
prisoners~~~~~fo Freeyan scarledes the State wha EdtrWimiesoeta ewn
prisoner M.nday and scared them half trees, mulberry tree., and blackber- fled and was on hand to conduct the ex- Editor Whitmiresworethat he went Authorized capital 250,000 yo at a w re l
to death ,but they finally subdued him a r .el tre admiration of the witnesses.- The exam- to report the trial and on his return was big bargains in SECON-AND
and put him back in- his cell.- Tuesday e r nlo ed ih thes nation was held at Wm. H. Brown's attacked in the same manner, but did Surplus -. 13,500 n
he raved so that it was found necessary boarding house near the railroad sta- ynot recognize any of the mob. A.B. CA
to tie his hands and feet, and while the blossoms. tion When the negroes were carried Col. Harris testified in Substance that. Accounts of Merchants, Farmers, and Individuals solicited.
sheriff, Capt, Pritchard and several oth- Sumtrie Tim,. before Jordan he ;as vomiting blood he was employed yesterday to represent TSt Individual D OSt O ay Bak
Users were attndmgtothe binding (Capt. :Forest fires have played havoc in and unable to speak. Inabout half an the prosecutionof the deceased. 'He un- Has the Largest Individual t a Get Y ou
Pritchard holding one of his feet) the our country during the past week. hour he recovered his strength and the derstooa that Jordan's condition was so in Florida. See sworn report to omptroler o ur
t.: negro kicked violently against the doo We learn with regret that Wi Snow prisoners were brought before him, precarious that a trip here would doubt- relcy, December 19th, 1890.
S of the cell, which caused it to swing to lost nearly all of his fense and had ru PRISONERS JDENTIPI,. less kill him, and that in order to have
: and strike the Captain on the forehead, quite a number of his orange trees & lightwas strucl and heid before the deceased identified they would have PAi I
-bruising him quite badly.- At lategi the injured; Mr. MeDavid and a num- ,hr aes V an T Jordatob betaken to Sterlingo T H Iein company
nrohad not imrnored any and it is ber of others lost fences; +the~tenceesipitn~oKn,"hfshmnSelnmttepmnr n loJs
extremely difficult to-say what turn his around, the Hagan property+ was that struck me," and then pointing to erling, met -the prisoners and also Jus-o
+case will.take. tie John Pyles. Court was convened
rJakso esaid: "That'S the man thatn and Jordan positivelyidetified thepris- of Ocala, Florida. .
owners as the assailanift. after the trial
The time for receiving offers of a site if somebody should get picked up by Jordan then sank back into the arms da R Estte M
for the new c-,irthouge at Fernfndina thegrandu he need a e i-r-, I -a' i -f Y o'clock trai r c in company moe improved eaony a -
S' has bea t n-wi 1 n _. Lt, praised, without parallel in its uniqueness was with George Hanson. e also testified WayS on hand. NO delay Or n neceSSary expense.
noon. Ten propositions have already Fort Muers Press, commenced. Upon the bed lay Jordan, that the deceased were the men identi-
been filed. It is reported that there are a large with eye knocked out and his head split fled by Jordan.E VERDICT. OAPITAL $200 00000 a
S The county commissioners of Orange number of tarpon in the river. opposite from ear to ear. In front of him stood The jury retired and after deliberation
S: .county have given notice that they town; but they do not "take the bait" Col.Frank Harris for theprosecut.ion,and returned the verdict: "We, the jury, SURPLUS, $16,500.00
S.will receive bids. for the erection of a worth a cent. Therebhas been one fine on the sides were the newspaper men, find from the above evidence that the
new courthouse at Orlando up -to one taken at PAnta Gorda this season. Justice Pyles and the guards, having be- parties Wesley King and Henry Jack- Not Incorporated Under Act of 1889.
forethemthe risoers.son came to their death by hanging and
S: March 21st. i f there is naught to hinder, Fort fore them the prisoners. The flickering gun &hot wounds at the hands of par ties
At a recent meeting of the Orange Myers w ill have hundreds of bushels light of torches in the back ground shad- unknown to us, and we also find that R T NTA B K
county school board it was decided to m goes this .ear thousands of ed the faces of the grim spectators inter- the officers in charge of the prisoners C sonll
',' _L 2__.__ + 4.- of mangoes this yeaur; tho~a~usand of. th--ce
extend the term of public schools in ls folwi ear and in ested in the conviction of the prisoners were powerless to resist the attack the
; j +. bushels tne following year, and mob, and we believe the same to be,
.tht county one mothloger, making bout three years, as the young groves if they were guilty, but convinced that murder."' t t
-a seven months' term. come into bearing, there may be, pos- justice was due them. The bodies were then cut down and Send for Prce
Ocala New Capttol. sibly, enough raised for home con- SELF-CONVICTED. given to Undertaker Moore, who placed e ric
S One by one the old landmarks are gumption. Col. Frank Harris conducted the pros- county; andnlateroffn theyfurnished ein O F O C A L A ,
Sgofng away. The old barn on Ockla- Several "parties have been in town ecution, but long before the trial ended the pauper's graveyard. ~-------
waha avenue, which was built when the past few days, evidently looking the prisoners criminated each other, so Curiosity seekers cut much of the rope
the Indians resided here, and which over the country on phosphate busi- that the only recourse left Justice Pyles to pieces by which they were hanged, Paid up Capital - $50,000.00
'Served as a storeroom for the, secrecy, was to bind the men over to stand trial
Sness intent. Fort Myers and Lee c6un INDIAN DEPREDATIONCLAIMS. Authorized Capital
!. and safety of valuable furniture on ty are being pretty well advertised in for assault and battery. --AN E O Atrize (16d a-il Oth1 0
one occasion, is being torn down to this particular line of industry and The guards then marched the prisoners The Expenditure Under the Bill Estimated Surplus and Undivided Profits $25,000.0o ers in Cheap Pric
nmake room for more modern improve- minor, though important, business in- to waiting vehicles. Col. Harris boarded as High as 850,000,000.
ments. terests overlooked to a great extent, the down-coming train for Brunswick, WASHINGTON, Feb. 27.-From $10,000,- 0 F F I C E RS:
Ocala Banner. Getting out phosphate pays largely, and a few minutes later the entire party 000 to $50,000,000 is the vague estimate
Friday morning, at about 5 o'clock but it takes of money to get were on the road home. The ride down of two of the Western Senators and Rep- E. W. AGNEW, President; W. H. COUCH, Vice-President. l
as Conductor W. M. Hogan, of a freight started. was spent by the prisoners cursing one resentatives, who are working for it now
train, on the F. C. and P. R. R., at- L e another for having testified as each did. with all the strength of their organiza- A M E
+' temptee Weirep from anothert forthaving testifete
tempted to step from the depot The old Stanton Farmers'Alliance No one in the party dreamed of any tion, as to the probable expenditure in- A. McIIN 1 R E, as er. -
formatBeeviewontotheengeh rendered their charter last week. danger until they were held up and the evolved in the proposed payment of claims
missed h footing, fell to the track oner kn f an yn d or Indian depredations during the cen- ll i p d for Ev ry Kind of
andthe engine passed over his right On Friday last, however, a new all- P ers
+foots badly crushing that member ance was formed in .that district,with IThe lynching has been the topic of fury, The Western Congressional Asso- F ly E u p e o v
I _tatte no rtnt ma a ruh .Kle speiet nd J. D. conversation in Brunswick to-day, and ciation, the only organized club of Con--
tha t, unf ry o hg as o t etasryo r pwe a elected everyone has something to say. gressmen, comprising as it does all theBANKING.
the case, assistedby Dr. Izier, in whose Saturday. This morning at 2 o'clock, a party of cans, from west of the MississippiL, has H a s
s-urgical room the amputation of his The depot at Conant has been fifteen drove out to the scene and there determined to force the great scheme Has the Largest Surplus, Largest Line of Deposits, and does the largest bus-
leg below the knee too0k place, with ail closed out, and all freight sent. there saw the bodies of the two victims through before this Congress adjourns, ness inour lineand mguarao onte. e s ohfc itin rorbn con n l ui hyalciansendorseP.P.P.'nssleP~ndid~r
the doctorsin the town present, in- will have to be prepaid in future, swinging in the breeze. Both were tied believing that this is probably the last n"morian urness-cn- ---Ir wi Mnl fo- apmrsa
.... helding many: spectators. Mr. Hogan We shall probably here more from together with ropes around their bodies chance it will have for years,
is 23 years of age and a resident this, for when thetown was started and ntancled to each other's wrists. A HALF TTIROUGHI ALREADY.
Haw is n a fact that Black Frank a depot was guaranteed them for all new one-inch hemp rope was used for It is embodied in different measures
S Ross tias sold his valuable phosphate the time, and went into written the work and as the ,bodies hung about and is half through already, one house 1 J
+.propertyinCitruscountytoawealthy agreement to that effect, six inches from theground from the or the other having passed favorably (SUCCESSOr TO E. McCALL& SON) ne masc
N-ew York syndicate. :The same par- Suler Springs Park Weeky., hmb of a large oak tree they presented upon itin part or m whole. Now the as- OCALA ? t. "sw K t
ties also purchased several hundred Therecare 1,600 acres of orange grove an awful sight. Their tongues protrud- sociation is bending all its powerful en. O(ALA, FLORIDA. .ol m
acres of Mr. Duval, who resides in Put- tracts in the pla~t of Bilver SprinsS ed trom their mouthes, and their necks ergies to the task of getting it completely --WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DE ALERS IN-- i TJ i
nam county, but whose lands adjoin Park, a great deal of which is set with were stretched twice their usual length, through by getting it into conference,
' ..... those of Mr.Ross. The parties who orange plum' pear peach and other while blood flowed from hundreds of where they can fix it up to suit them- | rh i til H0I In lV
Smade the purchase wll pegin mining fruit trees, graperies, etc. wounds un their bodies. On one body selves. Meanwhile they cannot be in-
Pr iesei Weai ddvfor aertMW." was a card, and, by the aid of lighted duced to give any more definite esti- 1atarerqS 11 l lIeas 0 c1ro,,e
...a a, ah a d^ f 6a We regret to record the death-in this matches-these words were found in- mates than such as have usually been A +N IU.rU .r, AA 1he
eity on Monday last of Mrs. Mary Ann scribed upon it. "The enormity of given for pension steals in advance of
S-cee. .glyrich in phosphate Lowe, aged 84. She was the mother crime in this county forces an outraged their enactment into law, and nobody OFFICE FMRNITURE, MATTING, ET0. a
Renad Ne; ""'' s: of several of our leading citizens and public to make a fearful example of knows what will have to be paid out of 03 ,. j r a* ^ ^Blf
S L. M. D.Four, of Bound Brook, will be greatly missed, those committing them. Evel doers,take the Treasury for these claims. Of Also Coffins, Caskets, Metalic Cases and Under- '^
: :1% .:J., paid Brooksville a pop eall-in We are pleased to note that the city warning from what you see." It was course it is quite impossible for the pro- takers' GOOds.. I..
.^:^ =fact, two of them--last Tuesday and commissioners have planned to im- signed "Tinns." motors of this legislation to say what --- U e,,sysauttemtw- anel5
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W Y euLnesuay, an uy s genial, courutly prove the foot ofeach city street by a Underneath these words min another proportion of the claims is probably tonama r daonTd to mea
presence made friends of all he met. raied bulkhead that shall afford the hand writing were these words: "Mose fraudulent, but outsiders say that it i M A S O N C O .,
S Among his possessions was a badge of citizens a small promenade-a sight of Sawyer, take warning." Sawyer is a probably as large as 50 per cent. .
( Gen. J. Madison Drake's Veteran Zou- the clear bluewater and a glance out loudmouthed negro, to whom most of H1al in s iu r i r
aves, of Elizabeth, N. J., and this oyer the horizon from city property. Brunswick's negro troubles are attribut- Helena's Boom.
S proved a quick passport to the good ed. At 9 o'clock this morning fully 200 HELENA, GA., Feb. 27.-There is a Wh ls lU M 1 l l l '
+ graces of all the Confederate veterans, The large endowment fund from the people had arrived at the scene, while strong probability that the Baptist Fe-
gracesnofnlt mhet(boefddeided be w ee rl a r i e ~ a ~ ~lI a I a snF -T H E JU G T R A D E A S P EO TA L IT Y "'
- who remembered the warm-hearted 11 wite andColored beneficiaries in on every road as far as the eye could male College will be located at Helena, a must be divided A -9 T. jU G T.RUDE A 8
welcome extended to Gren. J. B. Gor- the proportion of school population of reach people on foot, on horseback and town at the crossing of the East Tennes- Also Wholesale Dealers for
don and his comrades a few years ago the two races as shown by the last state in every kind of vehicle were seen on see, Virginia and Georgia railroad, and
by the whole-souled Dake and his big- c s. Thisive he on the way. A careful estimate places the the Savannah, Americus and Montgom. The Most Noted Lager Beers, Ales, Eto.
S hearted corps. Come again, Mr. Du- must be expended for instruction in number of people on the spot at 11 ery railroad, which is showing some very Agents for Pabst Brewing Oo.'s Beer. Sole Agent for Wallace's Land of Flower WhkeS
Four, and bring the whole tea party -English, mathetbatics, science, a.gricul- o'clock at 1,000, while fully that many strong indications of a healthy boom of Jobbers and dealers will fnd-it to their .dvante to send for catalogue and price s Al
wit yo." a n h -ecnia n'nuti o rders w111 reeve promt attention. Pricos~moderate.
rthyou ad an a more came and went before and after large dimensions. n for the Stat of Floridaforhe Siver King, Sour Ma e,10per ,B
F ca r arts, and in the- purchase of appa a=e na m Auntix cam lot. wses, ns, and Rums from $1.0 to .00 per Gallon.
If, YOUd W,do lik to see aF machineryy, -tools; stock, text boks 'tu ,wtha aor Apotoaphwere hand anda Th al0 IffNo Liquor shipedl Q.O.D. A
If you would like to see a Florida reference books, etc.-Lake City tuures, with a kodak were on hand and The fall overcoat belongs to the clothes a oFor 1ale by W W. Jhonso
boy run a successful newspaper, help Reporter. obtained views. of the year, NO. 115 West Bay St. Jacksonville, Fla j .. o


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.,Volume. 1. e Micanopy, Fla., Thursday, March 5, 1891. Number 10.


Come and you can always find what you want. You will be pro ected in Prices, Quality and Weights. I have the largest an
best assorted stock in Alachua County, and know how to please mny customers. You can return goods and money will be re-
funded, if not satisfactory.


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NEWS.


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Stencils furnished on application.
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Citizens atriweal Bank'of Baltinore M3d.
The cti0onitlBa k of the Nor"hern Liberties Phil. Pa.


The Tuskawilla News.

D. E. THOMPSON. Editor.

PUBLISnED VERY WEDNESDAY.

SUBSCRIPTION RATE: One yor,
$1.00; six months, 50 cents; three
months, 25 cents. All subscriptions
due in advance.
JOB PRINTING: Connected with
the paper is a complete and well-
appointed job printing office, and
vith new type and presses and com-
petent printers, satisfaction is as-
sured all who may favor us with a
call. All kinds of work 'executed
with promptness and 'ecuracy and
at reasonable prices.
ADVERTISING RATES depend upon
location in the paper and will be
furnisned upon application.

Wednesday, March 4, 1891.


I .


GAINESVILLE ADVERTISEMENTS.

JOiN W. ASHLY, President. J.J. BARR, Vice-President.


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H. E. Benson, Gen. Man'gr; A. M. Cushman, N. E. Benson, A. E. Single.


;.,,. -.,:,,,^ ,-. ,,- ,.---. o.. + .-. ..,- o-- ,_-... ._o.. ,+,. ,, w, *A ,-. ..i uu C O U LB.I .
stl. Arriving at the Hotel Tele- out Cho lanp of gospel light in wat A C T U L
p*rafo, our party secured rooms and ef,,ms to b,+ thn very heart of the 1 J JLn CO -ULM
immediately proceeded to begin their devil's civilized(?) territ:)ry. Thie WITJLESALE 01 I
work of "doing". the city. people do their swearing in Spanish, EiSAL OM
Havana is a curious, interesting Und we were profoundly glad that it -IN-
and splendid city, containing- more is tlhe case, as our ears were ,lpared
than a quarter of a million inhabi- the almost omnii-p)resent oath. But,
tants. Tihe houses are all built of though tbey do their "cussing" in
stone or concrete. I do not remeni- Spanish, they do their drinking in AND ALL KIN
her to have seen a single wooden or English, and they appear to do no
-brick building in the city. Many of little of it. However, their i, said io Vegtables and Co
the houses are exceedingly old-fash- be very little drunkenness amoo ig


0 URN & CO J.HA. KTi T. E.WiN H. .WIsrtvftx.
ON MER ANTS KUSHMAN, WIGGIN &CO,


F R U I T COMMISSION MFRCHANTS,
FR.UIT cmiso nu s


(HEADQUART'1R18 FOi)


123 S. CHA-lLES ST.


them, a fact which may po.,slbly be
accounted for on one or the other of
the following grounds: First, being
accustomed from childhood to drink,
they may be almost proof against
intoxication, or, second, the liquor
they drink may not be of the vile
and deadly sort that Americans
drink.
I could say more along this line,
but the reader is probably tired, so I
will desist.
On the return trip the Gulf was
rougher and the writer had his first
experience of sea sickness.
L. D. GEIGER.
Leesburg, Fla.


ioned, some of them having been
built three hundred years ago. The
windows are small, mostly without
glass, iron grated and with heavy
wooden or iron shutters. The doors
are usually double, very heavy, and
having locks and keys such as might
have been used in the "Bastile."
The streets are paved with stone, and
as no sprinklers are used, there is
always a cloud of stone dust, which
renders driving rather disagreeable.
Many of the streets are narrow and
entirely covered with awnings
stretched from one side to the other.
Some of the principal places ot in-
terest to tourists are as follows:
The Mazora, or Lunatic Asylum.
The Vento Water Works, Quinta
de los Molinos, or the captain-gener-
al's garden. This garden is beauti-
fully adorned with various kinds of
green palms, fruit trees of all kinds,
flowers and waterfalls.
The Tacon, or Market, is one of the
largest in America and occupies an
entire block. Almost every sort of
vegetable known can be found here
and everything else good for food.
The Cathedral, the foundation of
which was laid in 1656, and the build-
ing finished in 17.24. The architecture
is Gothic and Latin, and is magnifi-
cent beyond description. The prin-
cipal feature of interest to strangers
is the tomb of Columbus whose ashes
are said to lie in a vault of the Cathe-
dral. Forts Moro Castle and Caban-
as. The Casino Espanol, or Spanish
Club, one of the finest buildings in
the city, and contains a splendid
collection of oil paintings of cele-
brated artists of Spain, represznting
the history of the nation.
The dedication took place on Sun-
day and continued through the
morning and evening services. The
morning service was rendered in
English, Drs. Lansing Burrows and
J. B. Hawthorne, of Georgia, doing
the preaching, many Americans, as
Nvell as the usual Cuban audience,
being present. The ev( ii;r.: services
was rendered in Spanish, to the -ap-
parent great delight of the large
Cuban and Spanish audience present,
and we Americana enjoyed it' be-
cause the others seemed to.
HAVANA PECULIARITIES.
The white people and negroes are
members of the same churches and
worship together, sitting side by side
in the same pews. An air of rever
-cnee characterizes the entire audi-
ence, saint ynd sinner, old and y-,u r.-
they sit while the minister prays
tind stand while he pronounces the
benediction.
The ladies:wear white, thin goods
the year round. They never wear
hats or bonnets, but cover their
heads with thick, black veils, or man-
tillas. Though the sun is, very op-
pressive they do not carry parasols
or umbrellas, but use their fans as
-uch. The reason of this is, perhaps,
that the stifle breeze which constantly
blows renders it difficult to carry a
parasol.
The servants, in the hotels and
shops, and the working men gener-
ylly, wear nothing -on their bodies
.except thin, -knitted shirts, such as
Americans use for under wear, and
usually carry the lower part outside
their pantaloons, while their un-
socked feet are incased in half slip-
pers.
There are two kinds of native
money, Spanish gold and Cuban pa-
per. The Spanish gold dollar is
worth-ninety-five cents of our money,
and the American dollar (gold, sil-
ver or paper) is worth about $2.50 in
Cuban paper.
The heavy draying is done in huge
ox carts. The oxen are very large
and nearly all'of a light, dun color.
They wear yokes without bows, the
yokes resting on their necks just
back of, and firmly lashed to, their
horns, and they are guided by ropes
fastened in their noses.
I would remark that Havana has
*a Sunday but no Sabbath. Stores,
and especially the drinking establish-
ments,, are kept open all the day
long, except as they close to allow
those who run them to frolic.
The Sunday program is about as


follows; At 8 a. m. a religio-heath-
enish performance at the Cathedral
called "Mass,"' and the balance of
the day is given either to business or'
carousal. The afternoon is devoted
to riding, driving, cock and bull
fighting and open air negro minstrel
performances. The evening is de-
voted to 1,ills, theatres, operas, etc.
Tle annual Carnival, or"'Mardi-
gras," ias it would be called in New
Orleans, took place on the Sunday of
,our visit. From three -to five hun-
dred carriages, their occupants
drea-e, in all sorts of fantastic and
redietlmus me ks, besides numerous
ia;--hed horsemen, with bands of
mniusic;paraded the afternoon. Many
of the so-called lady makers wore
"tights" i Our party of Americans were greatly
shocked and never could have im-
agined such S:_.Lbath .desecration if
they had not seen it. While we were
hl,,.ling service at the Baptistchurch
Smiid.,y evening, a theatre band was


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SOUTHERN, VEGETABLES,


For Sale.


IN another column will be found
resolutions on the monetary ques-
tion, adopted by the Millwood Sub-
Allianco. The principal demand of
this Alliance is "more money," and
we might add "better money."
There is no doubt that the existing
monetary system of the government
should be changed, but just how to
do this and benefit all classes alike
is the problem that is yet to be
solved. The idea of mortgaging the
earth h to the government, we think,
AS a bad one and rather think that a
flexible currency based on staple
p)roducts--products that are con-
sumed every year-is by far a better
method than the one suggested 1by
our Alliance friends of Marion coun-
Sty. However, as this question is
yet young we may all have a "say
so" before any define ite action is ital-
en by our law-makers at Washing-
tou.
HAVANA, CUBA.
As Seent by Our Correspondenit-
Peculiarities of the People-
Cliureli Dedieation.
SED. N EWS: I left LeesburgThurs-
day, Feb 12th, over the "Old Relia-
ble" F. C. &. P. for Tamipa,. en route
for Havana,.Cuba, the occasion of.
my visit being the dedication service
of Gethsemane Baptist church. ,
Ten years ago, there was not a Bap-
tist on -the whole Island of Cuba.
But eight years ago, one Dr. Alberto
J. Diaz was driven, from Cuba by the
fortunes of war, and took refuge in
the city of New York. Here he was
converted and joined a Baptist
church, and after his political dis-
qualifications for residence on the
Island-had been removed, lie returned
to Cuba and gave himself to the work
of the gospel ministry, though he
was as yet unordained. Four years,
ago, a presbytery of Baptist minis-
ters from the StAtes nfet him in Key
West and formerly set him apart.
Returning to Cuba, he baptized a-
number of converts' that had been
.. mad,_ t[ !u,_,ufk liiu.a.c Ah.l-udtLm-.-
inediately organized church. Now,
after a lapse of only four years, there
are twenty-one pr'a,:lii,, stations
on the Igland, ten preachers and four-
teen hundred members. They have
bought a large and magnificent
building, located in the very heart
of the city and formerly used for a
theatre for which they paid:ri,1.1,,'
which they have converted into a
meeting-house; and it was this which
was to be dedicated. "
As the Bapti-ts in the States have
contributed largely to the work here,
they naturally feel avery great inter-
est in it, and Tor a year or more this
dedication has been anticipated by
them with pleasureand quite a num-
ber, among whom-were several-prom-
inent minister, were present to wit-
ness and participate in thle services.
Arriving at.Tampa, I fell in with
other excursionists who had come by
way of the South Florida road, and
together we boarded the .steamer
"Olivette," olie of .the Plant line,
and secured bertlis.
We arrived at Key West at 4
o'clock of the following day, and as
our steamer was not to leave until
after dark, we procured carriages and
Shad a drive over the city. Key West
Shasa population of 20,'ii.n inhabitants,
about one-half of Whom are Cubans,
and the other half is composed of
Bahamians, Americans and negroes.
tore tofore, eKy West has been a
constant menace to the United States
on account of her poor sanitary con-
dition ; but now her streets are being
graded id other improvements are
being made whiichl render her very
much more healthful. Morally and
religiously shi,'i. almost without a
(-'abbath, as a public institution, and
in these respects her future is hopeful
only in the provisions which shall be
made for the Christianization and
c.ivilizatihi'nf her Cubani population.
At .present n wowork is being done
S aonig the Ciubans except by the
*r Method sts, who employ a preacher
and operate a chapel, and Baptists
who operate a mission day and Sun-
. day school. rt - ../i tries here are,.,igar making, sponging


-and fishing, ill of wlich are fairly
profitable. .


1 ^ S B S 'bn *eerlwd sRt our EVi ln o erwof
j[ i] I po l }i v udl~v a h... 'bly, by lueof
;t r ehr Sx,.v ,g or old, antd k. thvir
.wu,.. h-t" thi. h eli-r. Arty
M ON ET I'I'e on.n dIh E.lasy to ku.
We furnish everythilg-. We start you. N, risk. You cnn devlta
your spare m ioeuis, or all your tiltmet to thne work. This i an
untireynwlscMlea brin golslo ,etlau l.cssto ev"ry wmlker.
Borinneri are earning frcm S25 to *r' O |9.r-w<-k Band upri,-s,
and more after a little experience. We (an furnishtl yon the lln-
pinvtnett aad teach y,u Vt379. No space to explain here. Full
infonnmation FIZEL. "1"171MU.1 j L ;t. .OLSTA. AIL36
E. n1. Hacker. Proprietcr
THE LARGEST AND) MOST COMtPLETE ESTAB-
LISH117ENT SOUTIT.
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MOULDING BUILDING MATERIALS
.CIIARLESTON C.
g . ioneP".ctO yvenrris ic'ny.narl oIly John R
t^& % ^^ ,'ro ,Nf.. t or f'or HK ndcr,
/ f i ... ul iii k e as z w o ll ibit w e 'a n
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11 Y s. t the sw 'rt" ol n-rr "on fr
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ao CO. TE NIORLM AI'Mi.
A, 0,SIT E T, B UR I,




Wholesale and Eetaill
dealer in


MRS. HAMILTON,
-or-
EVINSTON, FLORIDA,
desires to inform the ladies
that she is prepared to do
Sewing, or Cutting and
Filting
In the LATEST and MOST IM-
PROVED MANNER.v
Satisfaction guaranteed. Give her
a call, or send your orders.


~e~ooso


Capital


Surplus and Undivided Profits


Does exclusively a banking business, with equal facilities to any bank in
the State. Solicits the accounts of Farmers, Merchants, Corporations,
&c. Interest allowed on time deposits. All business transacted
promptly.
(8yl) JAS. M. GIAHAM, Cashier.


i: '^'


Supplies,


and


Metalic


Caskets.


This line is full and complete. Undertaking department op.-n day
and night. Telegraph orders will receive prompt attention, either day .Ta
night. Will personally attend funerals in any part of the county.
A. S. HUTCHINSON,
(8m5) Manager, Undertaker and Embalmer.


-E. BAIRD.


ALL KINDS OF

FRE SHIA MEAT


T. J. SWEARINGEN.


J. R. EDDINS.



con I,


Paints.
Orders promptly attended
correspondence sol i.ited.
PALATKA, FLA.
dec20-aprl


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to and


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Tin Ware, 'Crockery, And Class,


BOWKERS VEGETABLE


THE BEST FERTELIZE!;Il
IN THE MARKET FOR EARLY
AND LATE VEGETABLES.
For Prices, Terms &c. call on
CARTER & OWEN, Micanopy, Fla.
11-22-tf.

E.T. HENDERSON,

CONTRACTOR & BUILDER,
AND DEALER IN
Lumber, Shingles,

Laths, Sash, Doors,

Blinds, Etc., Etc.,


AND



Agricultural Implements




PAINTS, OILS AND GLASS,



MILL SUPPLIES,




Saddlery and Harness,




FURNITURE.




I am Headquarters for



STOVES of ALL KINDS



AXTD SOLE AGENT FOR THE
CELEBRATED


Harness and


Saddlery,


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SUPPLIES


-All kinds of-
TIN AND SHEET IRON WORK.
Piping for water and wells promptly and satisfactorily done.
West Side Court-House Square,


FLORIDA.


GAINESVILLE,


)


MI CANOPY, FLORIDA,
(WITI)


Hines & Mansfield,
-WHOLESALE-
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
NOS. 288 AND 290 WASHINGTON
AND 187 CHAMBERS STREETS,
NEW YORK CITY.

FLORIDA PRODUCE

A SPECIALTY.
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A YEA R I I unritrtake to briefly
te ach aity fairly intelllr iti wrsoAfon of it"r
, i o, Nho o can read and writ", and who,
Si 'after n ii stru 'tion,wtll WOrff indutrtoumly,
S3000siow to *'arn Three Thousand Ihillmru a
Year k lh-eti own localities,wher,-ver they l ive.] w alo B o furih
the ituatin oremaploymentat hi-4h yourn Tearn thatatnount.
No in oiney for ae unless $t cc f films Alov e. EfRBily : Ifarui~d. I desire but one worker fronnit -nrh dixtrivt or r*omty. I
have already tanight and provided w ith einpl- in it a1 iprfo
inub erv, I.ho are making over ,(l34 a year eh. I i', sN 'W
and Ad0r.,a ull -articuhars F KK 1c. edre at ente,
E. C., ALA.LA-ux, x4J5BO. Auig.san, MAines
ESTABLISHED IN 18-53. BUrINED OUT IN 1867
RE-ESTABLISrED IN 1871


THE OLD RELIABLE

Micanopy Drug Store.


J. COOPER MATHERS,

DRUGGIST
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REFEBENCEs:-Second National
Bank Jersey City, and the
Trade in General.
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ASK FOR IT!
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In it are com-
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most useful
and practical
elements, and
all known ad-
vantages that
make a sew.
ing machine
desirable to
8,ll or use.


Stoves.


hlivin"g in front of the church door
drujm.)int,' up the crowd for the play.
Verily li.- Protestants of Havana
I]e< d 1the: pr.c','s of all Christian
people, for 11.- -ate trying to hold j


S Leaving n schedule Atime, we
S reached Itavana at s-uinrise noxt
S morning. The trip aross the Guilf
S. was a delightful one.
,. The entrance to the bay of Havana
is tndescribably picturesque. On'
On. fe side, are the .grinm walls of
S Moro Caktle and on the other F'ort
; La'n Punta. Foreign vetssls, on -c-
Scount of sanitary precatition, are not
allowed to land at the doek-, but are
: required to anchor in the Imy some
half mile away. Here we were 'uir-1
rounded by a swarm ofg'ndola-i,' or
small boats, about hialf-of h Ole rhilder
pirt being covered after the fashion
4f the old time wagon, to protect the
.i. .sH engers -from t.'.-, tf( or- :ir', ,F ofthO
5' = .'= '' '- ' 'A o .


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I want your trade. Give me a
trial and I will guarantee Satis-
faction.


AINESVILLE, FLA.
13-,3nued


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factory n WMole al, Oiee, Blvmwe, IU
9 5 Wrabaah Ave., Chicago. ,,
as Bie(aS-Krcef- ysw Yri).h


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and MEMORANDUM BOOK
advertising BROWNS IRON BITTERS
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FLORDA ORANGES, APPLES, POTATOES AND

ONIONS, IN CAR LOTS.


THEMONTEZUMA
OCALA, FLA.,
-RATES $2.00 PER DAY--
Free Buss from all Trains.
Special Rates by Week or Month.
A. B. DAVIS, MANAGER.
janl4-3m


One hundred h0,id of goats. The
entire lot cani be-'bought- at t1.00 per
head. minallt lots, something
higher. OTIS L. FESTER.

WOOD, WOOD, WOOD,

DELIVERED IN ANY PART OF
THE CITY AT THE LOWEST
PRICES.
-5tf- G. J. HAGOOD.
W. S. DURHAiM,

CITY BARBER & JEWELER.

Neat Work Guaranteed.

MIGANOPY,- : FLOIIDA.

Livery Stable.
VM. AVENT, Proprietor.
GOOD HORSES ."ND COMFORT-
ABLE VEHICLES.-
A Fine Lot of
'J ENNESSEE HORSES
On hand and for sale at reasonable
pices. Patri)thige solicited.
11-22-tf.


FIRST NATIONAL BANK

Of Gainesville, Florida


St. AUGUSTINE


Marble and Stone

Company.

Monuments.
a J. M. QUARTERMTAN, AGENT,
Micanopy, Fla.

ROBERT :-: BARNES,
Wholesale and Retail
dealer in
SASHI DOORS, BLINDS, PAINTS,
OILS, WALL PAPER.

A FULL LINE OF PAINTERS'
SUPPLIES AND BUILD-
ERS'HARDWARE.

A-gent for the Celebrated Averill


UIR, T UREt
A.,D -


Ship
YOUR ORANGE Bc

Express
Reduced rates to hil points.
.. C. E. Owens Agt
11-22 tf.
n or fir ir v AmiaV, 9pt, Alstin
T'I'x$., And ..141.. 1 T4,,a I. Ibid hi
S W,, , (' Ah'r r .->r % il 1 Yo u{? sonh.,er..-I -' 2,SM. 00
Vl@gintlh. Y-u mtiluo ih,. w-.A and If
fI ts, 3B a tlW I-n"ie* ttll"--T ,I r,. 1;CU !It
gi/tnerg are M-v ;ning from I t
114* a 11a1y. All alie. W%' -w pn 1-1
l~~rt"d mtqri -. Cnn -.6t,r -1 il l,|:r"|ft
4 all
um. new h,-I
10 -~ .'KW ani^.'licwrful. C i l Az C-. Iii fI' P
-'.Sa'nllct tzf ('o., ..l,x ,'0l*>rtl:in." .-;


UNDERTAKING.

S. H. Hutchinson's Furniture Establishment.
Carries the largest and most complete assortment of Furniture and House-
furnishing Goods of any other house hi Alachua Countv.-


Burial


V ood


E; BAIRDE


- -EVEYDY-

Sl. J. MILLS VMarket.
dec-'0-3m


STOVES


WHOLESALE AND RETAIL

WINE :-: ER1CHIANT,
PALATKA, FLA.
Sole Agent for Duffy's Malt and
Catherwood's

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Bowling Alley now open day
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PERSONAL,
Mr. S. D. Emerson called to see us
Saturday.
J. R. Ellisi the ,eracker drummer,"
was in the city this week.
Mr. F. G. Sampson, of Boardman,
was in the city yesterday.
Mr. Will Knox.pame up from Hom-
osassa last week and spent a day
with his family.
Mr. Jesse Emerson was one of the
welcome callers at THE NEWS office
on last Saturday.
Mr. J. Katz left yesterday for New
York to purchase the spring stock
for S. H. Benjamin & Co.
Mr. A. I. Bouknight made us a
pleasant call Saturday and renewed
his subscription. Thanks.
Mr. Walter S. Hill left yesterday
morning for New York, accompanied
by Mr. C. E. Owen as far as Jackson-
ville.
Mrs. Will Fox and children who
inave been spending a few days with
relatives here, returned to their
home in Ocala Monday.
Miss Jessie Shuford, who has been
teaching a thriving school at Whig-
ham, Ga., spent quite a while with
her family not long since.
Mr. Edgar Brice is now quartered
at the depot in this place. He fills
the place well having been inthe
railroad business sometime.
Do you iish a piano or organ ? if
so, call at this office and secure a
bargain.
Pronounced Hopeless, Yet Satived.
From la better written by Mrs. Ada
E. Hurd, of Groton, S. 1U), we quote:
"Was taken with bad cold, which
settled on my Lungs, cdugh set in
iand finally terminated in consump-
tioc. Four dloto(rs gialv me up say-
ing I could live but a short time. I
'gave myself up to my Savior, deter-
mined I could not stay with my
friends on earth, I Nwould meet my
absent ones above. Myhusband was
advised to get Dr. Kings New Dis-
covery ifor Consumption, Coughs
and (ohlis. I gave it a trial, took in
all eight bottles; it has cured
me anid thanuk God I am now .a well
aiud hearty woman." Trial bottles
free at W. W. Johnsoh & Co.'s drug-
*stor-.
Send tlhe NEWS to a friend in the
North.
_** .. -- --"-* h .'
SM ill wood Alliance Xeeting.
Following are the resolutions
adopted by the Millwood Alliunce at
their lahit meeting in Marion county:
WTHEmEAS, The financial system of
laws of our government are under
control, and are in the interests, and
monopolized, by the "Financial
Tyrauts," and said laws are adverse
to thle people who compose and
Otiouhl control the Republic of the
Unitt-l States for the general good
of -ill citizens, and as ti;f dis-;:itisfae-
t hi" is s' , ]-sprieaid,'l nii (t-fheru t
a d-firmin:,tioni on the part of the
people to demand a just and practi-
cal code of financial laws to be en-
acted to empower the masses of the
people to obtain the good resources
of the country that they are entitled
to by honest industry and economi-
cal use of capital, so as to enable
them to pay their debts and better
thifir condition in general, and,
W'HEIrEA3Q "Mother Earth" has
been disgraced and ignored as securi-
ty by said unjust financial laws, and,
WHERE.A., Real Estate and the in-
come from industry therefrom is good
security and relieves the necessity of
a metalic basis by mortgaging said
Real Estate, and the first fruits
thereof for a loan or advance direct
to the people, and,
WHEREAS, A tithe paid by said ad-

vance or loan would assist material-
ly to support the government for
said advanced assistance and enable
the -Farmer," for instance to be a
benefactor to mankind and a wealth
to the nation by his products, let
them be fruits, grain orcotton. Take
cotton, for it can be sold to a mer
chant for said medium loaned to be
returned to the Treasury to redeem
the mortgage or to a foreign country
for gold. The borrower cancels his


mortgage: the treasury the returned
advance (except the gold tithe), the
merchant has the gold from the for-
eign buyer or country; therefore be it
RESOLVED, That the Millyood
Alliance, in conference assembled,
demand of our State Legislature of
Marion county, that they require,
through the Representatives of the
State of Florida, in our Na ional Gov-
ernment, to aid in the enactment of
financial laws authorizing the issu-
ing of "People's Legal Tender Sub-
Treasury -Mortgage. Redeeming
Money," to be loaned through Sub-
Treasuries direct to the people on
mortgage-, of real estate and first
fruits'- of industry thereon; the
amount to be not less than ten per
cent., of the real value of the real
estate, requiring the tax-assessors
valuation attached to the mortgage
and drawing a tithe of not over five
per cent. said tithe to go to the sup-
port of the government, the tithe
payable in gold, silver or greenbacks.
This advance from the government
to the people to be returned in not
less than one year's time provided a
stay of longer time is not recom-
mended ,by county commissioners,
thereby rendering it impossible for
them, "The Financial Kings," to ar-
range a panic as this money is not
advanced on a gold basis, but on the
fruits of, or wealth of, the earth, in-
dustry and true value of realestate-
a better basis than metal--and that
theF tate of Florida be made respon-
sible to the National Treasury for
the return of said advance to the
citizens-ofFlorida.
RESOLVED, Further, That these
resolutions- be published in .THE
TUSKAWILLA -NEWS, at MioAllopy,
and requesting ,every Sub-Alliance
in the State o Florida to adopt thbe,
6r slmtlar, or better action, looking
to the financial relief of, the people
immediately, that they may be able
to make -something to put in the
Sub-Treasury plan or a better one.
,, ,AeTAYI-Q, Pees,


Lochbie Affairs.


HOME ADVERTISEMENTS.


beautiful eqtuestrians wli, daish ,yon
their proud steeds t.) the astoni.-li-
ment of us -poor pede.3triins. It.
makes u old fellows feel lik singing
the old song, "Oh, Ii wish I were a
boy again."
"When the spring time cometh,
Annie,,' has come, the conxmission
men are on the lookout for the truck-
ers. Thursday the genial foe of J.
II. Killough, of New York, l1eamed
upon us. He was ac-.omtulnied by
Mr. Gowan, of Baltimore. Friday E.
B. Redfield, of Philadelphia gave us
a call.
"Blow'your own horn" is the motto
of THiE NEWS. Well sir, if there is
one thing in this world that' we can
do it is to blow our own horn; but,
in blowing around last week on our
wonderful productions, We forgot to
mention one of the dearest and
smartest of them, to wit:--our dear
babies. We have the most, the
smartest and dearest babies, especi,
ally twins. We can beat the world.
Within the last seven year;, four
sets of twins havebeen born riglit
here in Boardman.
Speaking of twins, reminds us of
a happy incident that occurred at the
Christmas exercises of the Mclntosh
school. It was the appearance on
the, boards, in the same play, two
sets of the twins mientioned-the two
little girls of Dr. H. C. Walkup and
the two little boys of Mr. Norsworthv.
They went through their parts with
great credit to themselves and their
teacher, and it was the prettiest and
most interesting scene of the kind
we ever saw.
BOARDMAN.


Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
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 positive ely 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. Johnson
& Co.


R. L. Barry left for Albany, Ga.j
Monday.
This has been rather a dull week
about Orange Lake. Everybody is
busy and all are working like beav-
ers, and we think the vegetable men
here deserve success.
Mr. Hickman, of Missouri, who
has lately come to Florida to make
it his home, was at the Loohbie
House Saturday. He has bought a
place near Orange Lake and will
probably live here after this summer.
Ben Chambers went up to Board-
man Sunday evening. From all we
can see and hear there is a certain
young lady at Boardman who can
get the contract t6 take charge of
Ben and "keep" him and his affairs
straight through life.
Mr. Lights, the-saw-mill man,
says he is going to plant one thous-
and acres of Havana tobacco next
year and have the same manufac-
tured into cigars himself. Lights is
the man to do it if he takes a notion,
though a thousand acres is a big to-
bacco patch.
Miss Mable Cork was at the Loch-
bie House Sunday. This young lady
is the author of several works of
romance still in manuscript form.
She is one of those fine looking,
healthy English girls who, with her
parents, have come to America to
make a homei
SCharlie Whitney's family have re-
turned to Florida. We had the
pleasure of seeing Mrs. Whitney
and her children yesterday. They
are enjoying good health. TheCapt.
himself has not found the change
from Florida to Georgia to be bene-
ficial and will limselV soon be here
to stay. He is now in Jacksonville
we learn.
The recent cold has hurt us some.
We have'heard of a few who had al-
most their entire crop of cucumbers,
,and tomatoes as well, killed; while
others, though unprotected, were
hurt very little. Almost everybody
worked hard to "cover up" Friday,
and were- surprised that by next
morning it had turned warmer and
there was neither frost or freeze.
Mr. Redfield, the junior member
of the firm ot Redfield & Son, of
Philadelphia, accompanied by his
beautiful wife, spent a day and
night at tie hotel here last week.
Mr. R. is the best posted mah in re-
gard to Florida vegetable matters
we have seen. He regards the pies-
ent Florida tomato crop us in better
fix for rotation shipment than any
crop of that vegetable he has known
at any time heretofore, and thinks
good prices will be realized.


Official Notice. .
The ost-offilce will be open from 9
S10 o'clock a. m every Sunday, for
the accommodation of the public.
M. ,C. AKNow, P. M.


LOCAL HAPPENINGS.

New and Second Hand Wagons
and Buggies for sale at Carter's
shop. 10tf
, A number of shade trees have been
transplanted on our! streets within
the last few days.
Abbot's East India Corn- Paint
removes quickly all corns, bunions
and warts without pain.


Wanted Blocks.
Cut 281, inches long. Must be
square, at following prices for cash,
delivered at M.Intosh:
15 to 18 inches in diameter 121. cts.
18 to 22 15 cts.
22 to 24 18 cts.
24 to 26 20 cts.
Orange boxes and vegetable crates
constantly on hand.


J. Y. PETTEYS.


S.,Evitsto "Ecommunication came
!Pt'a'te for this issue, but will ap-
'^. ^^ It.pn time next week.
beautifulul case of cutlery is now
lited on the counter of W. W.
: Johnson & Co.'s drug store.
See changeinS. H. Benjamin &
Co.'s ad. They will soon open up a
fine spring and summer line.
-Anyone wishing sAsh, doors and
Blinds would do well to call at this
S office before purchasing elsewhere. .


VETERINARY SURGEON,


MICANOPY,


- "FLORIDA.


Office at Fla. So. Depot.
C. E. Owen, Special AgC


WE ARE MAKING PREPARATIONS FOR OUR IMMENSE


WVANTED.-The consent of" ten
thousand smokers, to send each a
sample lot of 150 "NICKEL' OCigars
and a 20 year gold filled Watch, by
Express C. O. D $6.25 and allow ex-
amination. HAVANA CIGAR CO.,
Winston, N. Q.


Shipping
menced and
.crop is good.
Sing fine.


of cabbage has
the prospect for a
Other crops are


coln-
large
look-


c^


Lost.
A copy of Ayers Newspaper An-
nuA A p uAn-
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-
warded.


We ask our readers to excuse the
'scarcity of local matter, as we have
several communications in this issue
that we give place to.
Catarrh oritinaite.F in scrofula
taint. .P P. P. purifie- the blood,
and thus permauontly cures Catarrh.
Jimni Thoma, one of our colored
nimrods, brought a bald eagle to
town Satnrd-y that measured six-
feet from tip to tip of wings.
We are requested by Mr- A.TT. Hil-
leary to. say that his stock of trees
is exhausted and no further orders
can be filled just at-present.
SSeveral of our-boys left this morn-
S ing for Gainesville to take in the
baseball match between Gaine.;ville
S and Ocala, which is played today.
'd Terrible blood poison, body cov-
1 ered with sores, and two bottles of
P. P. P. (Prickly Ash, Poke Root arnd
SPotassium', Pined the disease, mak-
iig the pati,'ut lively as a ten-y5ar-
old. '
Elsewhere will be found a very in-
t-rf-:ting letter from the pen of Rev.
L iD. Geiger, descriptive -f his vi it
to thl Island ofCuba. Besiure that
Syou r Rev.,J. F. Hillbfirn, our newMetb.
odi:-t mini.-iter, had the misfortune to
get his; arn brokiin hi-t Wednesday
1 -frnounu. A runaway horse caused
._} thne n i, 'lLi,.f. '. ; ,
Mr. J. .'. Cobb, of Lincolton, N. C..
1 -,'who has been-'ijau rmii I here aii1O;in
his frl" 1ilhe-r-boy- bIy lafilling, a nine-poii l
trout. Mr. Cobb says that boys can.
c.,tch small tish. *f
Iiln offering. for ale four head of
extr:i pony horses from 4 to 7 years
old at p;riceas that will astonish the
Siatives Every pony guaranteed ex--
"sic4 actly as represented. Get prices be.
fore buying. W. M. AVANT.
SAfter fuirnishing his' neighbors
with all they wanted lind feeding
.owg, Mr. J. D. Mixotn.sold $40 worth
of rutabaga turnips .from three-
eights of an acre. Howis tis for
profitable farming ?
Rheumatisin was so bad that
: James Irvin, of Savalin 1h, could
S hardly walk from pain in hi. shoul-
Sder andPjointk of ils legs. P.P.P.
Prickly Ash, f.Poke Rootand Potas-
sium)--ws reesurted -to and Irwin Is
well and happy.
Mrs. Eni-mrson cnme into the city
Sunday, riding thle four year old
standard bred race horse which her
husband brought from Tennessee
not long since. It is a high spirited
animal,, but Mrs. Emerson being an
accomplished ., horsewoman easily
managed him.
Supper at Tacoma.
For, lack of information we were
una'le to give an account of the suP-
per which was given at Tacoma on
*the evening of Feb. 20th. The sup-
Sper was in every way a grand suc-
cess. The affair was gotten up for
Sthe purpose of purchasing an organ
for the Union church and Pine Is-
S land school-house of thatplace. The
house was crowded, between 150 and
and 200 people being present, and to
feed such a large number was quite
Sa task, but the ladies of that section,
with the skill in cooking for which
They are justly noted, were equal to
it and not a soul went away hungry,
as ;m the tables fairly groaued under
.: l the weight of the delicacies spread
- upon them. We have seen several
"!, ii who were present and they expressed
t. -hemSelves as having a splendid
'Htime. The net proceeds amounted
? to nearly $40, and we think itis quite
:i-- a good ,howing. We hope the peo-
i* *ple will continue in this line. We
; can truthfully say to themwelldone.
': Eupepsy.
"-_ This is what yououghtto have, in
"gfact, you must have it, -to fully eujoy
,'lfe. Thousands are searching for itt
dailyl, and mourning because they
ind it not. Thousands upou thous-
-ands of dollars are spent annually by
(bur people in the hope that they mnay
attain this boon And yet it may be
,;= :had by all. We guarantee that Elec-
v." ;ric Bitters, if used according to
directions and the Use persisted in,
vill. bring you Good Digeation and


ust the demon Dyspepsia and in-
WtaJl instead Eupepsy. We redom--
aend Eleotric Bitters for. Dyspepsia
:p nd. all diseases of Liver, tomach
.. nd Kidueys. Sold at 50c. to $1.00
C. -_ er bottle by W. W. Johbaon & Co.,
.ts.- ,- 7:


1865. -0- ESTABLISHED -o- 1865.
SE !


3.H z, FROST,
100 PARK PLACE, NEWYORK,
WHOLESALE


Commission


Merchants.



FLORIDA

Fruits and Vegetables
.... A .


SPECIALTY.e

Returns made day of eC-i- Cn-


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-
lows:
Weekly Savannah News ....... $1.75
Weekly Florida Standard ....... 1.50
Weekly Times-Union ....... .... 1.50
Weakly Atlanta Constiftution... 1.60
Weekly Detroit Free Press..... 1.50
We do notsoffer the TUSKAWILLA
NEWS to old subscribers at less than
regular rates, but will give thom the
benefit of any reduction that we can
get on other papers.


MIiTON, FLA.
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 given 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


; ":


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the NEWS office.
'Boardman Happenings.
We have a fine prospect for fruits;
oranges, peaches and pear trees are
in full bloom.
Rain is much needed in this see-
tion, but if we have to take, the cold
with it we can do without.
It has pained us very much to hear
of a serious affray that happened in
your town between two citizens.
Col. Dan'1 Green is the only grower
having oranges to ship. The Col. is
also shipping a fine lot of cabbage.
Gov. Fleming has appointed John
Hoy constable for District No. 22.
Look out evil doers and law breakers,
John will take you up.
Thursday night turned off cold
and considerable ice could be found
Friday morning. The cucumbers
and beets were badly scorched.
A large congregation met at the
the Methodist church Sunday last to
hear the Rev. J. F. Hillburh, but
was disappointed, as hlie met with an
accident in having his arm broken.
He has the sympathy of this en-
tire community.,
The season is favorable for out-
door exercise, and we have several


si Ile I] s- bOul!Lt .l an(I r!" I!K IUL-
nished by ;
S. iD. EIEl-sON,Y
31icanolpy, Fin.
ESTABLI.SHIED IN,1869.


WN. S.6EMLEYI
PRODUCE

PROD UCE


it a wonderful eire..
Respectfully,
ELIZA TODD.


S. F. CREW.


M. L. COLBOURN. ,


ST.

Pa.


CALL AND SEE US,

W. W. JOHNSON & CO..


REFERENCES.
Produce National Bank, 104Chest-
nut St. Philadelphia, Pa.
Walter S. Hill' 102 Duane St. New
York.
President Produce Ex. Philadelphia.


CARDS AND STENCILS ON
APPLICATION.


-' SEEDS!
A FRESH SUPPLY OF


(WITH)

M. F. PECK,

PRODUCE oN. MERCHANT,
-AND DEALER IN-


FLA. FRUITS
-AND-



334 WASHINGTCN ST,, NEW YORK,
Consignments Solicited, Returns
Promptly Made.


REFERENCES.
Judge G. W. Means, Evipston, Fla.
F. G. Sampson, Boardman, Fla.
Geo. Glover, Macedon, N. Y.
Irvin National Bank, New York.
C. H. Register, Smyrna, Del.
R. Clark, Cornwall-on-Hudson, N .Y.
J. H. Bird, Att'y Bradstreet Comr.
Agency, New York.
STENCILS FURNISHED ON
APPLICATION.


-:0:0o0:0:o :0:0:0:0::-
A FULL AND COMPLETE LI E OF

Agricultural Implements.

HARDWARE. MECHANICAL TOOLS, HARNESS. SADDLES ETC.

Agent for the Celebrated Planet, Jr., Goods.

P. F. WILSON,


W.,


:R.


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The fuskawilla News,


ANNUAL ANNOUNCEMENT




FOR THE


A. J, SHUFORD,


189I.


1891,


1891.


SUMMER


SPRING


AND


BUSINESS


And in consequence we will soon visit the Northern Markets and at
usual the only fine and rare novelties will be secured.






A WORD TO THE LADIES,


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




MILLINERY STOCK,



IT WILL ENABLE LADIES TO GET THE CORRECT STYLES'
AS HERETOFORE,



f' Notice of Spring Opening will appear later.


S. H. BENJAMIN- CO..


CREW & COLBOURN,
(WHOLESALE)

PRODUCE COM. MERCHANTS
-In-

Fruit, Produce.


Southern Fruits and Vegetables,
Berries, Peaches, Water-
melons, Etc., Etc.,


COMMISSION

MERCHANT,
S. E. CORNER FRONT AND
SPRUCE STS.,

Philadelphia, Pa.

Advances made on Bills of. Ladwg
Snipping (Orhders and Conszgn-
ments respecfdully
solicited and
Promptly Attended to.

FOR STENCILS APPLY TO

Garter & Owen,
MICANOPY. FLORIDA.


318 NORTH FRONT

Philadelphia, -


1 Tobacco


." and


Cigars


Florida,


Micanopy,


.-. SEEDSt


SEEDS!


GARDEN I FIELD SEEDS
ALWAYS KEPT JN STOCK.


W. P. SHETTLEWORTH


THIS SPACE IS RESERVED

-FOR


dr


WALTER S. HILL,

COMMISSION MERCHANT,

COM MISSION MERCH ANT,


Crosby, Patton & Co.'s Old Stand,
J. M. NIMMO, :- M
MICANOPY, FLORIDA.


MANAGER ,


CARTER,


CITY.


NEW


YORK


BLACKSMITH
-AND-

WHEELWRIGHT,
REPAIRING NEATLY DONE ON SHORT NOTICE.


MICANOP r,


FILORIDA.































































































Sreg, GI c Chronic Ulcer that have resisd all tmtw,.nt. Catarrh


I


THE OCEAN STEAISBIP COMPANY

OF SAVANNAH.

For New York, Boston, and Philadelphia.


pp L oPem


LOVM SEED COMPANY,


MMOMSA AM HEAMWe VAL1HAW
LIPPMAN BROS., Proprieta", ARDWe and FARw SEEPS. M
. DgiEN SLippmEWSl; (AAsAt.GA.a




GARDEN SEEDS (Absol1tel Pure''


WHOLESALE.


I


OCALA NOVELTY WORKS


MALLETT & CO.,


FOSTER MARVIN and HAYNES,


!JACKSONVILLE


I


IPLORII


Sash, Doors, Moulding, ewels, Bracets

Casings, Flooring, Ceiling, Turning.
SCROLL SAWING OF ALL KINDS A SPECIALTY
Agents for Averill's Paints and Fillers.
Small Sail and Row Boats built to order. Estimates of all kinds of work furnis hed


I SOLE STATE AGENTS FOR 1

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BALTIMORE, Feb. 16.
Oua market is clearing up of old
stock and receipts have been very light.
Prices have advanced fully 50c a box all
around. Large coarse frosted stock is
very low, because it is really worthless.
I quote good fruit, good sizes, $2.75 to
V.00, while exira fine stock will reach
higher prices. Grape Fruit very scarce
.-d in demand.,f


Savannah to New York
(Central or 90" JMeridian Time.)
City of Augusta..........Monday, Feb. 2, 11.00 am
Tallahassee ....... Wednesday, Feb. 4 1.00 pm
Kansas City ..... ........... Friday Feb. 6, 3.30 pm
Chattahoochee ........Saturday, Feb. 7, 4.00 pm
Nacoochee... ........... --Mondav, Feb. 9, 6.00pm
City of BirmiDfguan Wed'dhay, eb. 11. 7.00 pm
City of Augusta...... .Frida), Feb. 13, 9.00 am
Tallahassee .......... Saturday, F eb. 14, 10.00 am
Kanf-as Ci ty........... Monday; Feb 16, 12.00 m
Chattahoochee,... Wednesday, Feb 18, 2.00 pm
Nacoochee................Friday, Feb. 20, 4.00 pm
City of Birmingham, Saturday, Feb. 21, 4.30 pm
City 6ftAugusta..... Monday, Feb. 23. 6.00 pm
Tallahassee........ Wednesday, Feb. 25, 6.30 pm
Kansas City ............Friday, Feb. 27, 8 00 am
Chattahoochee........ -.Saturday, Feb. 28, 7.00 pm


A SHIP ON THE ROCK

HER CAPTAIN AND SEVENTE
SAtLORS LOST.

A Charge That She Had to Retuse a Ti
Offer to Tow Her into Port on Accc
of Excessive Charges--TLe Capta
Wife and Children Saved.
SAN FRANCISCO, Feb. 27.-The s
Elizabeth, of New York, went ashore
the rocks at North Head last night. I
had twenty-six persons on board,
captain, two mates, cook and twe
sailors, the captain's wife and two c
dren. Three sailors, the captain's v
and children got off in a small boat. T
boat capsized but the occupants w
rescued by a tug. It is thought that
rest of the vessel's crew were drown
A lifeboat went to the aid of. the st
wrecked sailors, but was capsized by
waves and the captain of the boat w
drowned. The ship is breaking up f
on the rocks and will be a total hI
Tugs have taken two parties of n
across to Pensalilo, and they have star
over the hills to search the beach for sa
vivors.
The captain and seventeen sailors w
drowned.
SCENE OF THE WRECK.
The point where the ship went on t
rocks is inaccessible byvsea, and to rew
it by land a climb of several miles o,
the mountains is necessary. The phl
is `called Tennessee Cove, and is f(
miles north of this entrance to the h
bor on the Marin county shore. T
story of the wreck, as told by one of 1
survive ors, is as follows : The vessel sig
ed port early yesterday afternoon a
Captain Coleord decided-to sail in. 1
wind was blowing a furious gale frn
the southwest, and finally the tug M
arch came to the Elizabeth's assistant
The mant says assistance was refused b
S caure of the exorbitant charges asked
the tug. The tug Alert then made fi
to the Elizabeth, but her hawser so
broke, and the ship soon drifted bef(
the wind toward shore.
STRUCK THE ROCKS.
Just as the second tug was made fa
she struck the rocks. Then Capt. Colcc
lowered a boat to take his wife and ch
*dren off. As the boat struck the wali
itcapsized, throwing three sailors, Jan
Lake, George Hannadand Grant Johns(
into the water, .They clung to the ba
tom of the boat and were picked up
the tug. The captain's family was th
lowered into another I oat and taken
the tug ythe mate and two seam
The boat returned ta the ship and its (
cupants perished with the rest of t
ship's crew. The tugs were unable
get near the ship, and late at night i
turned to port, leaving the vessel to
fate.
LOSS OF THE LIFE-SAVER.
Early this morning a tug went to th
scene of the wreck and found nothing
left of the Elizabeth. The Fort Poi
life-saving crew, con. manded by Capta
Henry, started in a lifeboat for tl
wreck. They were being towed by t]
r-- ta whin Captain Henry Wa wash-
over oa?'- a wa- ,and drowneo
The lifeboat could not get nearer tl
Swreck and returned to the station.- A
noon the life crew was taken across t]
bay on a tug and started over the moun:
tains to Tennessee Cove. with wicke
and ropes and other apparatus. No r
port has been received from them, and
Sis not known if any of the men we;
rescued. /
The Elizabeth was a wooden shil
built at Newcastle, Maine, in 1888, aE
was of 1,775 tons. She was owned by i
Hall, of New York, andwatcommand
by Capt. JOseph Colcord.

THOUSANDS DIED.
R otrrble ;Story of tihe rate of Europea
-Emigrants to Brazil,
LONDON, Feb. 88.---Dygasinski, tb
correspondent of the Warsaw Courie]
who has just returned from Brazil, d<
elares that the Brazilian Governmen
threw every obstacle in the way of hi
eliciting the truth concerning the immi
S...gration question. 'He says the Braziliai
Government decided` some time ago t'
import 10,000,000 immigrants, and tha
the North German Lloyd Steambhi]
Company has already landed 140,000 im
migrantsereceiving 300 marks eachto:
them. The immigrants were not allowed<


to found colonies, but were scattered in
forests min the -interior and left to thei:
Sfate, to die of hunger, fever and snake
bites, or, be devoured by wild animals
SUnable to communicate with their
friends the few who survived retraced
their steps to Rio Janeiro, begging of
planters, who treated them like slaves
and extracted exorbitant services in re
turn for scanty meals. At Rio Grande
the correspondent found 700 immigrants
in a dying state huddled in a woolen
chapel, while thousands were camping
in the streets of cities through which he
passed, or in forests. M. Dygasinski has
testified on oath to the truth of his state
Sments before the Bremen judges inquir-
.ing into the scandal. Nevertheless im-
migration continues the same as ever-
and even goes on at night.

Americeusa Iews Items.
AuMERIcus, GA.,Feb. 27.;-During the
recess to-day at the white public school
Son Jackson street John McGarrah struck
.Tom Bell for sticking him with a pin.
S During the difficulty Thad Bell, Tom's
Brother, cut McGarrah on the shoulder,
inflicting a painful but not dangerous
J ~ wouud. Theboys are about 15 yearsold,
....'MrS .'+aha Diflson died to-day at the
Residence of her brother-in-law, Colonel
I ,;James Dodson. She has been an invalid
: for many months. She was about 50
Years old. She was a widow, but leaves
- ;,fe:no,.ldren.
S ; .A B. Howard was married to-night to
S Miss Nora Bass, daughter of ex-Sheriff
: .-Bass." : ,
< :' ":. J. Morris, who committed suicide in
.p: *- McRae yesterday, wt a reument of this
county. About three months ago he at-
tempted suicide at the residence of Miss
Eliza Williams,'but the fact was discov-
ered in time to save him.


Other line.ad p vantages equaled byno
or thketand bills of lading issued toallprincipal points.
Forn. InAer tntormation a rooms apply to


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Alas, too often an admonition of a
mother to her child. The poor innocent
has probably inherited catarrh and is not
responsible for its sore and filthy nostrils.
Did you know that tender, soft, thin skin
lining the nostrils, called the mucous
membrane, extends all over the body?
Every organ in the system and every or-
ifice a the surface has this thin, delicate
lining as a protector. So you see what a
fix the body is thrown into when the mu-
cous membrane becomes irritated and
inflamed by constant friction with pois-
sonous matter in the blood. Catarrh,
leucorhear and piles result frequently
from this condition of affairs. These
conditions are mere symptoms of impov-
erished blood. Now B. B. B., or Botanic
Blood Balm, will by enriching the blood
cause all such signs to disappear. Give
it a trial.
Henry Reeves, Shellman, Ga., writes:
"Any man or woman who is suffering
from piles and will not use Botanic Blood
Balm is a fool, and it takes me to tell
them so, for I suffered two years with
bleeding piles, and B. B. B. relieved me
at once."
J. J. Hardy, Tc-coa, Ga., writes : "B.
B. B. is a quick cure for catarrh. Three
bottles cured me. 1 had been troubled
several years."*.
James W. Lancaster, Hawkinsville,
Ga., writes : "Mywife was ih bad health
for eight years. Five doctors and as
many or more different patent medicines
had done her no good. Six bottles ot B,.
B. B. have cured her."
Lite, Health and Strength.
APALACHICOLA, FLA., Feb. 17, '89.
Mesars. Lippman Bros., Savannab.
Dear Sirs--I will write to you to in-
form you that I was afflicted with blood
disease. I tried one bottle of and
it gave me no relief. T was in bed seven
months. I tries prominent physicians,
and they could not do me any good. I
saw your advertisement of P. P. P. in
the Apalachicola Times, and thought I
would try it. Th(bottle I got to-night
makes seven or eight, and, oh, how good
I feel. I have been up ever since and at
my business-lumber inspector. You
may publish this if you desire. I have
informed my friends that P. P. P. is life,
health and strength. M. P. BOLDEN.
The county commissioners give notice
that sealed proposals will be received
until March 21,o for the erection of the
new court house building in Orlando.


J HAWAII'S CABLE.
Gould and Mackay Trying to Get a Finger
|In the Pie.
WASHINGTON, Feb. 27.--The proposed
cable to Hawaii under a Government
s subsidy of $3,000,000, distributed over
t twenty years, to be followed by a cable
s to the continent of Asia, was projected
by Pacific men of local reputation as
D promoters of financial schemes. They
I had bills introduced into both houses in-
e corporating them into a company for the
e purpose of laying a cable in the Pacific
Ocean, the subsidy being, of course, pro-
vided for.
GOULD BOBS UP.
They would probably have gotten their
Dills through if it had not been for the
subsidy feature. This attracted the at-
tention of Jay Gould, John W. Mackay
and other prominent financiers, whose
agents here in Congress and outside have
killed the incorporating bills and have
gotten into the diplomatic appropriation
bill a clause reading as follows : "To en-
able the President to make engagement
with any such citizens or corporations ot
the United States as shall appear to pos-
sess the means and facilities to that end,
for telegraphic communication between
the United States and the kingdom of
Hawaii, which engagement shall contain
provisions sufficient, in the judgment of
the President to secure the Government
and citizens of the United States early
and adequate communication by tele-
graph with said kingdom upon reason-
able terms for a period of rot less than
fourteen years. A sum not exceeding
S$250,000 for each year, and during which
such-communication shall be in opera-
tion and during which such engagements
shall be in course of execution, not ex-
ceeding twenty years, and the total sum
paid under this authority shtll not ex-
ceed $3,000.000." This clause has thrown
the diplomatic bill, through the action of
the House to-day, into conference, where
an attempt is to be made to shape things
so as to give the original projectors a
better chance.
AN ADVERSE COMMITTEE REPORT.
The House committee on foreign af-
fairs to-day decided to recommend that
the House concur in fourteen of the fif-
teen amendments made by the Senate to
the consular and diplomatic appropria-
tion bill, and that it non-concur in the
remaining one-that relating to the Ha-
waiian cable project. The House has al
ready reported a separate bill for a char-
ter for this company with a Government
guarantee, which was prepared with
great care and caution, and which the
committee regards as a more practical
proposition than that attached by the
Senate to the appropriation bill. The
action of the committee, therefore, does
not necessarily signify hostility to the
proposition, but a desire to bring the
matter into conference, where the best
results may be obtained.

CHAMPIONS ON SKATES.
The International Tournament Ends in a
Norwegian Victory.
CBRitSTIANA, Feb. 28.-The interna-
tional skating tournament was conclud-
ed here to-day. The first contest, which
took place last Sunday, was won by'
Hagan, the Norwegian champion. In
the second contest, to-day, Hagan cov-
ered the distance, one mile, in 2 minutes
57 1-5 seconds, and Cormick 'the Cana-
dian champion, in 2 minutes 34 2-5 sec-
onds. Hagan won the third contest, dis-
tance 3 miles, in 9 minutes 15 seconds
Cormick's time being 9 minutes 38 sec-
onds. The announcement of the result
was acclaimed by 12,000 spectators. Ha-
gan was awarded $500 and Krouer a gold
medal.


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Catarrh Can't Be Cured
With local applications, as they cannot
reach the seat of the disease. Catarrh is
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