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"Blow your own horn."
D.E. Thompson, editor.
Published by: Purdy & Ruhl, .
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 14 (Mar. 2, 1891).
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The Tuskawilla news
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Language: English
Publisher: Thompson & Ruhl
Place of Publication: Micanopy Fla
Creation Date: March 9, 1891
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General Note: "Blow your own horn."
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Ocala Advertisements.


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All kinds ofwork done in the best manner.
FREDG.3 B. W3I.F(Oceala. Fla.


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OR A g CNot Vocalion. r
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world. The F. and "V, organs can be taken to
pieces and put to together tu five min-outes by
any intelligent 10-year-ojd boy and are -in
every respect recognized as the best organ in
the Utited states.
EASY TERbS:. $10 monthly on Panos and
and $5 on Organs till paid. Just think of it!
Anyone can own an instrument on such
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AND ORGANS8. Spend one cent for a postal
card and write for valuable information. .
A.B.CAMPBELL


JOHN W. ASHLEY, President.


J. J. BA R, Vice President.


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JAS. M. GRAHAM, Cashier.


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O OFFICERS,
JNO. F. DUNN, Prest.; H. C. WRIGHT, V.-Pres; I. B. McO)NNELL, Cashier.
Capital paid in $100 000
Authorized capital 250,000
Surplus -- 13`00


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ill personally attend funerals in any part of the county.


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Has the Largest Individual Deposit of any Bank
in Florida. See sworn report to Comptroller of Cur
rency, December 19th, 1890.


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iety and suspense was awful, as they
could plainly see the people on- the bark
and hear their instant cries for succor.
At nightfall there were still nine persons
on the bark, and among the number,the
captain, his wife and little child. I 1
The captain had urged his wife fro-
quently during the day to take the buoy
Sand come ashore, but she steadily ee-
: fused, as she would not leave her hus-
band and child, and onlir one could take
Sthe buoy at a time. The wife and child
were already greatly exhausted, accord-
ing to the report of the sailors.
STo-night the work of rescue was con-
tinped, and the captain after vainly be-
Sseeching his wife to make an attempt for
her life, took his half dead child and
climbed into the buoy. The father
reached shore, but his son was o10t.
It has been impossible to get the names
of the rescued to-night, owing to the fact
that they are entirely exhausted and
seem to be foreign trers, m
Lloyd's register gives the captain's
name an Jorgonson. The bark will be a
complete wreck, as she is fast going to
pieces, and the sea is still tremendous.
The chances are, by daylight to-morrow
there will be no vessel i sight, and alli
remaining on board to-night will be lost.
Ali that could be gathered from the
half dead sailors as to the cause of the
stranding of the vessel was that they did
! not know where they were, the sun noi
having been seen for foir days, and. th(
weather so thick last night andthis morn
i g that they struck breakers before'the;
i could see the coast.
SThe life-savers have worked all das
with great dilligence and heroism, an
Without food since early this morning
The apparently slow progress of the wor
of rescue is due to the facts that th
S boat could not live in the surt, and tha
the guns would not reach the bark, an
that the crew could not use the breechE
buoy until they were instructed from th
shore, which caused much delay.
Later news reports that the bark hb
v gone to pieces and the seven that r
gained on her have been lost, includiv
the wife of the captain. The captain
jUsmefore thbship went to pieces,sprur
into the sea with his son strapped to h
back and reached shore alive, but t
boy was 4add makingg a total loss
eight lives.
The bat S .Swa" are Capt. J. M. Joz
oftseB-.Be.ond.f 3J. Anderson, An
i lr Barret, John Steven, John Pattersc
Y. Olsen, Joho Mal, Carlo Olsen (w
received a broken atun), and Uhar
Joseph 6lre,) mke
The ,ffXWW_ trymg ...maket
S ampto Road, ,having been disab
l* f Marrief esc soe the m h inst.
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NaUve tp4r Ma vew Iatlish PFe
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-CAxLCUTiAAprit.-A dispatch ff
Maipur, tn.the province of.AMsE
Sbringa new of a disaster to a form
a tve troops there. The news
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Sfronter, by two oorkhas (Pative


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Loans money on improved- Real Estate. Money al-
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Authorized Capital,. $200,000.-00
Paid up Capital I Q1800.00
SURPLUS. $16,500.00


Not Incorporated Under Act of 1889.


LIPPMAN BROS., Proprietors,
- ONiXaAXZ DRUGGIBTS,
UppWa W441k SAVANNAHK UA
!or sale by W W Johnson & Co.
Micanopy, Florida,


Needlessly xEcited,
SAvANAHC, GA., April L--Last night
at 7:30 a hole was blown out of the port
boiler of the steamer Farmer, which was
on her way to this port from Brunswick
She was between Darien and Dobab
when the accident occurred. The noise
of escaping steam caused a panic among,
the negro deck hands, several of whom
rushed overboard and four of them were
drowned; -Two other persons, a negro
deck hand and a white passenger, were
Rescued by arboat from the steamer.
The names of those lost are: JeffMills,
William Anderson and Stephen Harris,
decu hands, and Jack Watson. fireman.
The disabled steamer was towed here
by the tug Jacob Paulseu. -
Someor fTbeir Own Medicine.
The news of the filing of the bill'for
injunction and receiver against the big
5 railroad contractors, J. S.. McTighe &
..Was a great surprise to nearly every-
Sbody yesterday,
"Nobody was more surprised than
ourselves." said Mr. McTighe yesterday.
s "We had bad a conference with the men
e who have filed this oill, and they seemed
Satisfied with the propositions that we
f made toward settling their claims against
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we were willing to take our turn after mC 1 1 1 01
they were paid. A conference of the
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day to decide whether the receiver could OO A FLORIDA.
issue certificates on the stock at present. ALA4 1Fo F OOADfA
If the decision were favorable, these M-A NU FACTURE SR 0 I HOLESAE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN-
men who have filed theibill were to have HOLESALE AND RETAIL *f
been paid at once. Our hands are tied
now, and we oau take no f urther- steps B
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"As it now stands," Saad Mr. MieA 1 1
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of our hands and put inp another's. -ainS Florini, Ceiling Turning.
complicates mattere."--Mlabon T ele- g R L :S W N O P 0 A T
graph.o r SCROLL SWING OF A SINS A SPECIALTY OFICE FURNITURE, MATTING, ETC.
Diamonds, valued at 3,200 weretoAgents ve i ts a fliers. rAlso Coffns' Caskets, Metalic Cases and Under-
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Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
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Merchants' National Bank


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THE FIRST" NATIONAL BANK

Of Gainesville, Fla.
Capital $50,000
Surplus and Undivided Profits $15,000
Does exclusively a banking business. with equal (facilities to any bank
in the State. Solicits the accounts of Farmer.-, Merchants, Corporations,
&c. Interest allowed on time deposits. All business transacted promptly.


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Carries the largest and most complete assortment of Furniture and
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On West Side of Court Houre Square.
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Authorized Capital .- $150,000,00
Surplus and Undivided Profits $25,000.00
OFFICERS:


E. W. AGNEW, President; W. H. COUCH, Vice-President.

A. MoINT'YIRE, Cashier.


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diers in the British service), who ar-
rived there yesterday. The massacre
originated in a feud between the Rajah
of Manipur and a leading tribal chief.
The rajah was deposed, and he ap-
pealed to the Viceroy. The British
commissioner, Mr. Quinton, was sent
to settle the trouble, and started from
his headquarters at Shillong, escorted
by the Forty-second and Forty-fourth.
Goorkha light infantry. After cross-
i ng the Eron bier Cgmmissioner Quinton
summoned the chiefs-to- ._durbar at
Manipur for4 the, purpose of arresting
tle rebllious chief.
A TREACHEROUS ATTACK.
The tribesmen, pretending to obey
the summons, mustered in force, and
at midnight before the day on which
the durbar was to be held suddenly at-
tacked the camp, The attempt to sur-
prise the camp failed and tie tribes-
men were driven back, Theyreturned,
however, and kept up the attack day
and night for forty-eight hours. Fi-
nally the ammunition of the Groorkhas
gave out and Commissioner Quinton
was obliged to give the order "save
who can." 'During the fight scouts
were sent out to try to communicate
with Shiltonga, but they never re-
turned. 'Manipur natives cut the tele
graph and killed the messengers. The
fugitives report that a general massa-
cre followed the taking of the camp.
IThere is reason for believing that the
estimate that 470 were killed is incor-
rect, ', : ,, :
VATE OF TiHE EUROPEANS.
Orie account of the affair reports that
Commissioner Quinton nud his staff
were made prisoners. Another account
says that Col. Skene, the commander,
Colmmissiouer Quinton, with his son
and daughter, Captain Boileau and six
officers were killed, the natives refus-
ing to guive the i quarter ;- The rebel-
lious tribe is famous for cunning, cru-
elty ana bravery. ,
I mmlulediately upon receiving the news
of the disaster the Vie-roy at Simla
summoned a council, Twonativereg-
iments stationed in Assam have already
been dispatched to Manipur. The
Third BengaLinfantry will start for
the scene to-morrow.
The viceroy of India has abandoned
his tour, and has started for Simla.
Five regiments aud a mountain bat-
tery have been ordered to Manipur.
STRONG MEASURES NECESSARY.
LONDON, April 1 -All the morning
'dailies comment upon fhe gravity of
the Mauipur rebellion, and the neces-
aft Ir
st-of strong lum 131hil prIeainl. mole otile papers
think Commissioner Quinton's force
was inadequate, and that he committed
a blunder in underrating the strength
of the enemy.
Franjee's Workmen.
PARIS, April ,.--The workmen's
congress has adopted a programme em-
bracing the following propositions:
That eight hours constitute a day's
work; that the minimum of wages be
fixed ;that children under 14 be pro-
hibited to work ; that everybody de-
clared by the workmen's syndicate ''
be unable to work receive public sup-
port ; that the masters be held respon-
sible for accidents to workmen; that
municipal abbattoirS, bakehouses and
bazars be formed ; that the communes
be allowed to' borrow' money without,
consulting the central government, and
finally that every trade organization
be in readineges for a general strike'to
vanquish the opposing employers. The
oeialist element dominated the con-
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MPSMON" 'RUHIL,F Publshers. BLOW Your OWn HON.o One Dollar a Year in Advance.

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1RAN ASHORE INA GALE.

THIt NORWEGIAN BARK DICTATOR
WRECKED NEARCAPE HENRY.,
A L woman Aetuaes to be Saved Unless Hter
B oy and Husband ate with Her-Gallant
'W ,ork, of Llve-Sa Men-Tremen-,
S done aor. :.- -
:- .NOBfOLk, VA.-March 81.--The 'Nor-
wegian bark Dictator, i ron Pensacola,
_- Fla; to West Harttepool, EnQ., laden
#-with pine lumber and haviag.. crew.oQ
fliteen ani the captain's young wife and
Little boy of 8 years, came ashore in a
s strong easterly gale this morning fou,
mile south of Cape -feny, and twc
miles north ofhe Virginia Beach Hotel.
The weather was so thick that the ves-
sel was not seen nmtil 9 o'clock and then
jhe wasin the breakers, broadside on,
within a quarter of a mile of shore. Two
fuj.erews from the life-saving stations of
Cape Henry and Seatack, under com-
mand of Capt. Drinkwater,were prompt.
ly on hand and began firing, lines to the
ill-fated bark. -
.The kns could not deliver the lines so
_frthough they were repeatedly -fired.
,-The phip finally succeeded in getting a
hnp ashore tied to a barrel, which the
s, urf carried to the life-saveri.
The.breechers buoy was quickly rig-
ged and sent to the vessel, but. unfortu-
natelyithe bark's rew. was Ignorant, of
its use, and rescue was delayed until
Captain Drinkwater wrote, the instruc-
tions, put thengin a bottle and sent it to
the Dictator by the line connecting the
vessel with the shore. ,
The men on board broke the bottle at
once,as could be seen ,by glasses frum
the shore, and proceeded to carry out the
instructions..
The first man was delivered ashore in
eight minutes andseven otlers wereres-
ueed before sunset, four of whom came
ashore in the life boat, which was cap-
siied, but the men sieceeded in reach-
iog shore iu a half dead condition, one
mnan having his arm broken.
During the entire day the vessel heaved
and pitched terribly and made the work
of rescuing unhappy sailors exceedingly
difficult and slow, as the life line would
tighten or slacken in response to the mo-
tion of the vessel. Onee the line broke
-with a man midway to shore and he was
hauled back to thi bark half dead. The
line was i'nended and the same man saff-
ly landed.
The beach was lined with people, who
-had gm from the country houses and
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goriieone said to us that we ought to COM
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Lochbie,- inu writing of this place.
As-most of the readers of THE NEWS
probably are aware that up to a short F
tiine ago, the name of this station T
was Loebhbie and the post office was
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the station name changed to Orange
Lake too. It Was doie and every-
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except the hotel which still retains
the name of Lochbie House, thotigh R
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does the merchandising, is building was ever followed by the scent of his
a rice house, as is Mr. Sampson, pipe," the name Lochbie, a name, by
brother of the large orange grower, I the way, full of significance and
whose packing house .and buildings meaning, will ever cling to this
have been treated to a liberal supply place.. We, ourselves, wish it would.
of paint.-Oeala Banner. The name implies a town or somio-
Boardman Happenings. thing built or placed by the side of a
or n lake. If anyone sayl he is going
Considerable sickness in the neigh- to Lochbie we know what he means.
borhood. If he says he is going to Orange
L~ake you would not know what'
Mr. Burgess fine, young corn was Lake you would not know what-
killed by the cold. part, whether he was going there to
killed by the cold.
fish or was going to Boardmani M'[c-
The Center Point Alliance met at Intosh, or any other point at the
their regular appointed time (Satur- lake or on it. The one name is pe-
day), and transacted the business culiarly appropriate; the other ap-
with an eye to the county Alliance. plied to anything but the lake itself
It was found necessary to ampu- is vague, meaningless and mislead-
tate the forefinger of Henry Walkupu- ing .That body of water out yonder
right hand Saturday evening, when is Orange Lake, and nothing by it or
the wound was dressed, which was around it is, or can be, Orange Lake.
e nwa d This village is soethin built by
caused by the accidental *discharge Tiis via is something built by
of a gun. Drs. Burgin and Richard- the side of that lake, and the na-me
son assisted Dr. Walkup. Lochbio tells what it is, for the name
Sa lmineans "By the Lake."


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FLORIDA

Fruits and Vegetables
-A

SPEC IALTY.

Returns made day of sale. Con-
signments solicited and Stencils fur-
nished by
8, D. EMEiRSON,
,icanopy, Fla.


For Sale.
One hundred head of goats. TIe -. -..COOPER,
entire lot an be bought at $1.00 per' .
ead. aller lots, something Blacksmithing,
higherr OTIM L. VEART'E. .

WOOD WOOOODOOD Hureshoeing,
WOD D_ V A specialty. Satisfaction gparan-
teed. Wacon and carriage repair
DELIVERED IN ANY PART OF neatly doe. 4yl
THE CITY AT THE LOWEST
PRICES. S. HAMILTON
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wV llKAM esires. to. inform uthe ladias -
thatlshei prepared to do -
CITY BARBER & JEWELER. SeWing, Or Cutting and

Nea, Work Guararteed.

MIGANOPrY. I OlOIAi Tn the LATEST andI MOST IM .P
O..-!: R VED MANNER:.;
is ;'o.o,. .. *O ..,,.. ._ ,it -faction uarantec-d. Gr ive hoe
+'hBd.., s., ., a s ",,.h .;. a,, ,, a.call, or s-nd rotir orders .
,a. t wIite daI t T h m ar Ar, aU GIN Ia E*
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Wednesday, April 8, 1891.


THE railroad that nnow extends
from Green Cove Springs to Melrose
will be continued viaWindsor,-Camp-
Ville and Rochelle to Micanopy.

SIN order to find to what extent the
recent old injured the growing crops
we have made inquiries from Pavne's
prairie to Oaklawn, and from what
can be learned the beaisiand cucum-
lers have been materially injured,
while potatoes" iad tomatoes have
only received slight injuries.
SThe'entisseetion seems to have
.been Visttd'alike and the same crops
Injured in "spots." The opinion
among the growers.is that the frosts
hai materially out oft the tcropS and
that the remainder will bring equal-
ly as much money, ot account of
increased demands, aid that a
small crop will lessen (ost of labor-
and crates. in takthg this view of
the situation the growers, as a gen-
eral thing, are better off than before
the cold except where the entire
crop is lost and the owner left in'
"bad shape"' ftor the summer.

To the Vegetable Growers, of
Micanopy and Vicinity.
I, as your represeu tative before the
Inter-State Comision't, whiob held
a session'in. Jacksonville, comnimenc-
ing on the 30th ult., would respect-
fully report that I met the delegates
from other localitiesat the Tremon t
Hotel on the evening of the 30th.
Our first effort was to get our case
joined to that ofthe Fruit Exchange,
Vhich was then before the court, biut
we, did not succeed. We then drew
up and presented to the court a peti-
tion, stating as fully as was practica-
ble,, our grievances and asking the
^court to grantn us a hearing. The
court suggested, as the speedier way
, to obtain relief,that we confer with
the representatives of the transpor-
tattn lines and expressed a hope
that they Would yield it without the
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The first Quarterly Conference, of
the l(icanopy circuit, convened at
Marvin chapel Saturday 14th inst.,
Rev. J. C. Ley, P. E., in chair. The
usual routine business was- transact-
ed. Sunday Presiding Elder Ley
preached to a large congregation and
administered.the Sacrament of the
Lord's Supper. -
Another dold Wave has struck us.
Saturday night there was consider-
able frost killing the cukes generally
add damaging the beans consider-
ably; 'At this writing we cannot
.speak advisedly, but at this time
(Monday), the wind is quite cold and
still in the north-west. As long as
it remains ,in that quarter we may
expect cold weather. -
The mass meeting met at Center
Pornt Saturday afternoon as appoint t-
ed. Mr. Gaitskill made an interest-
ing and exhaustive report of their
mission. It seems that the fruit
growers made their point, but the
truckers failed for want of proper
notice to the opposite party. The
matter for present was compromised
by appointing another meeting to
convene in New York on the 10th
inst.
BOARDMAN.

Loehbie Affairs. ,
Adolph and Fritz Kunze sent a
car Toad of cabbage to Pittsburg, Pa.,
last Tuesday.
IMessrs. Bryant, of Mclntosh, Lew-
is,, of Illinois, and Phelps, of New
York, were at the Lochbie House
Monday.
T. CRoquemore says he will .cer-
tainly run the refrigerator service on
the F. S. R. An enterprise like
this should by patrouize-d, Shakes-
pere, says, "t is not for mortals to
command success;" we can do more;
deserve it, and Roquemntore deserves


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Papy, invited cs to meet them ii
New York on the 10th of April, promn
I sing togive us some relief. Afte
due discussion, it was decided by 4
majority vote of the delegates preseu
to accept thle invitation, aud a con
ilttee of three. Messrs Sheats, o
-, Gainesville, Hioks--of Eistie, an(
r, Dr. Fakes, of Ocala, Were selected t<
repreeut us at that meeting.
S Your representative voted against
''this measure for the reason that thi
powers that. MAKE rates can ALTEI
them, and, if the transportation line
are permitted to make them, we have
no guarantee that they will not rais(
them whenever, and to whatever ex-
Stent, they may see proper, as has
beentheir practice heretofore; where-
as, if we c I get the rates fixed by
the lInter-State Commerce, Commis-
sion, then We have some security,
since transportation lines cannot
alter them without thd concurrence
of the power, that made them (this is
mly opinion; I do not know it to be
f. fact). ,
It was, understood, however, that
the purpose of this committee was
simply to secure, if practicable, some
present relief by an immediate re-
ductionin rates, iand that their action
should not in any way prejudice our
case should we deem it expedient to
bring it before the Inter-State Com-
mission hereafter.
Yours.respeetfully,
SJ. B.MARTIN.
Micanopy aud Across Lots.
W e made our first visit to Mican-
opy last Saturday, and what we saw
and" the impressions formed of so
lovely a place arc worthy of a col-
uan, Ur.pas-will barely permit us
toWary It is the most lourishiing coun-,
try village we have seen in Florida,
embowered as are its cozy homes
amid luxuriant and thrifty orange
'. groves.*, :. "L
A richer or fairer country ildoes not
e xist in-the State than can be foupd
between Micanopy and Orange Lake
nor is there a traet of country for the
same number of miles that has mots
And finer groves or richer and more
prosperous vegetable farms.
The landscape aud the very air is
redolent, with an atmosphere of pros
perity, thrift, progress and abun-
dance.
Mlloanopy has all the requisites of
a thriving community, from a first-
class general merchandise store,
hotel, -etc., down to a barber shop,
not forgetting THE TUSKAWILLA
NEWs, over whose destinies Messrs
Thompson &.Ruhl preside, and ably;
too, for their pluck, energy and "git
iup,. and dust" qualities, makingthe
journalistefo tree thrive In that burg
like unto the proverbial bay arbor.
We have refpxed to the handsome
growes that Une father side of the
Toad frora hMica -a r"e** and. acreel of vegetables.
,.t idly :M- ttlde--, .wh,,,
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n m-n came out to this place froi
- Oecala to hunt and fish. They spent
r a pleasant day apparently, and, as
a 'they brought along a kegjof beer and

t something- a little stronger, aud
- plenty of it, and were liberal with it,
f etc., why, other people enjoyed it too.
S There was a pleasant little party
given Miss Lundy at Judge "Hick-
, 'on's on the evening of the 30th ult.,
6 and we are told it was an extremely
Spleasant affair to all who were pres-
s Mrs. H. and Miss Hattie both have
t o perfection the art of making peo-
Sple who go there enjoy themselves'
SWe were invited up, but had to send
Sour regrets by our better-half, who
Represented the larger part of the
house. .
SOne day lastrweek Abe Patterson,
a colored boy, on jumping from-the
train fell and struck hishead against,
probably, the end of a erosstie and
crushed in (so the attending physi-
ciantells me) the right side of 'his
skull No one- thought that 'Abe
would live twenty-four hours, but he
Is still alive aud will probably re-
cover. We have always believed the
story that to kill a colored person
you must hit him in the heel not the
head, at a slight discount, but if Abe
Patterson gets over this, we shall
take it at its face value. Any white
mai, under the circumstances, would
have died there on the spot where be
fell.
The beautiful Miss Mary Pendle-
ton, last Friday,. got up quite an ,
amusing ruse in Lochbie, among her
friends, of course. Disguising her-
self in the costume of a decrepid
beggar-woman, she went the rounds
begging alms. Tlihe disguise was so-
complete that noue saw through it
nor recognized her. She was afraid,
however, to risk her voice and ear-
ried a paper, setting forth her woes,
and the house-she had had justburnt
and the dead husband, and the elev-
en little children left on her hands, (
and she herself had lost her voice by '
a spell of'the gripp:e.- She acted it all
splendidly, anwd nA she woel< unmask
before taking thie contritiati.>s ten-
dered, it, Vas surprising, how neatly
she had taken -allher friends iu. "


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Geo. W. Avery, Agent,
EVinston, Florid.


We have recently added to our stock Miles' best hand made ladies' shoes of
best quality, also in Mens', Misses' and Boys' shoes we claim to be .Head
quarters. Oar general line of goods is complete, with Grocer according.
all of which will be sold to you FOR THE LOWEST POSSIILE
CAS) PRICE. Yours very respef, ly,

I. HEYMAN.


0


J. W. CARTER.


A. J. SHUFOR


os.. 288 AND 290 WASHINGTON
AND 187 CHAMBERS STREET,
NEW YORK CITY.

FLORIDP.A .
A -PR1 1ODUCE
A SPECIALTY.-


ESTABLISHED IN 1869.

WM. S..EMLEY,


PRODUCE

COMMISSION

MERCHANT,
8. E. CORNER FRONT AND
SPRUCE 8TS.,

Philadelphia, Pa.

Advances made on Bills of Ladg
Snipping Orders and Congtgn-
ments respectfully
.solici&ted and
Promptly Attended to.


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1891.


41891,


WE ARE MAKING PREPARATIONS FOR OUR IMMENSE


SPRING


SUMMER


AND


BUSINESS


PRODUCE COM. MERCHANTS
-In-

Fruit, Produce.

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

-81 NORTH FRONT ST.,


:: Merchandise


Philadelphia,


Micanopy, Florida.
If you want 100 cents worth of goods for a dollar come to my Cheap
Cash Storl, Mbntgomery'block.


AT TH--


Insure Your


POPULAR DRUG STORE
You will find a Complete Stock of

Drugs, Patent' Mediines and Toilet A
KEPT- I_ &T K ALL THE Tix.,
K It VO
-A^ G'QCI> ASSORTM-ENT OF-

FRESH GARDEN SEEDS.
We will always keep in stock a Full line of Cigars and Tobacco
-CALL ," SEE US,
W. W. JOHNSON & CO.%
Mica ..*py, Florida.,


HARTFORD

FIRE : INSURANCE




,COMPANY),

D. E. THOMPSON, LOCAL AGENT.-


W. P. SHETTLEWORTH
(WIT1l)


M. F. PECK.


PRODUCE COMN, MERWAITS


WILSON,


MANAGER
.*..*


1. M. NIMMO,


-NEVW


YORK


CITY.


CARTER,


LND--

WHEELWRICHT,


BLACKSMITH


REPAIRING NEATLY DONE ON SHORT NOTICE.


CARTER & OWEN; AGTS, Micano


MICAN OP Y,


FLORIDA.


FCI~a~- V~F~(


-
means


Tie Dost-ofilee will be open from 1
o 10 o'clock a. m.. every Sunday, foi
the accommodation of the public.
SM. C. AR0ow, P. M.

LOCAL HAPPENINGS.

Old newspapers for sale. 10c. al00
S Solid THE NEWS office vegetables
.Ourcrop didn't suffer from the
cold.
WANTED.-Chicken and eggs -a
!the NCwS office.
Remember there Will be a grand
ball Tihursday night, 16th inst.
Come arid see our 10 cent Satene,
bought at bankrupt sale; always
.... .. b .H.oBENJAMIN A& Co.
One full treatment of compo d
oxygen office. -
New and, Second Hand Waigons
and Buggies for sale at Carter'i
hop.' IOltt,
: s h o p ,:r '' '* ." [ ^"1 ,'. [ .. 10
SThe froat, S8uday night killed a
path ,,of beaas Uthat csot Carter &
Oweni$250, a few days before.
Our readers will please rote- the
change in P..F. Wilson'a ad.. and
--When yod want anythiiig call oh hlnmi
1 H. lBenjamiun &Co., have In tfeir
'new rtock .thi, 1rgest and finest
assortitnet of Euibroderies ever
br augL to Micanop o rey.v .
It is gratiy Ing o announce that
our famous veterinary surgeon, Dr.
-A. J. Shuford, bas retired front the
':' blefossioQn ;". : .. .
Abbot's East India Corn Paint
moves quickly all corns, bunuins
and warts without pain.
Prof. O,. B. Walton, who had tie
aWidartuae to break his- kaee 'eapt is
-iVprov, ng as, rapidly as can be ex-
pIetedi we are pleased to State.
Caearrl. originaltf ila scrofulas
toup P. 1 k'., plu riles the blood,
a. .i*uopc riauea tiy cures Catarrh
Liuv. Mr. Ueiger preached two fine
strmuai l4 u-tle liaptist.church yun-
day morning aud tveuin&g,, to large
adi appreciative congregations.
Terrible blood poison, body cov-
Sered wiu )wore0 aud two buttles of
k%.. V. P. (Wtickly Ash, Pe 'Itoot and
Potasdium; cu'ed the disease, mnak*-
iug tie pateUt lively ad a ten-yar-

Thp "Micanopy Sub-Alliance is still
e on the increase. Several new nmem-
Sbers were' iuitiaed last Saturdav. It
Gives us-pleasure to aee this lastitu
tion in uchi a flour.ishing r iLon.
A blua pen opposite tMH
parra a |r cates that your 9t1
itn hm- expired and you al
0ieuqueflted to renrw at once. Partie-
living near townvwtfl please call at
tle office.
Im ported S:Lt tines,20c., former priee
25c.; Outings, loc., former price 15c.;
(Ginglihams in Chamibray Styles, 8e.,
former price 10e.; Imntpoited alliese,
something new, never offered in this
market beTore, at
S.'. H. BENJAMIN & CO.
On Sunday afternoon a party con-
"i sing of Misses flat tie Hiekson, El-
len Boso and Mlaryl" Perdleton and
Mesrs.r Wyclkfeand Hickson/ all -of
Orange Lake, were- -,*we driving
Around our city.
Renieimber everybody il Invited to
Sthe ball on the evenl- g of the 1&Ith.
The Elmore String Band will furnish
the musie and Mr. and Mrs. F. J.
Hagood, o the TusKawitf, will see
to tlie refre.hments. .
.... I am offering for sale four had of
extra pony horsea front 4 to 7 yesa-
bid at prices that will aston|sh the-
\\ riatives Every pony guaranteed ex,
netly as represented. Get prices be-
Sfore buying. V. 1I;,AVANT*.
o. WVe aSK our readers to0 bear With
'/atmthis issue and pardon the scarcity
Sof local and personal matter, but we
, forced to give space to commuuica-
tions, which are Very interesting,,
and., if you don't It.' it, east your
optical organ on the ad. of L Heyman
and glve him a call. -
< Day by day tie old plant side-
walKS become more and more dan-


geroUf, yet not a word do we hear
from oar city, fathers, who no14d the
future welfare of the town between
their fingers. Verily' verily, wea-y
unto you, that if you don't repair the
sidewalks you ourht to proiae to
do so. l ; '
Rheumatism was so bad that
Jaies Irvin, of Savannah, could
hvirdly walk from pain in his shoul-
dAeraud joints of bis legs. P. P1. P.
Prlekly Ash, (Poke Root and Potas-
slum) was reesorted to and Irwin is
well and happy. :
Saturday several ladies and gen-
tlemen, went from town out to Mr.
L. H. Je9ohnso's place, where 'they
were jolp"ed by neighbors, and all to-
gether."d a very enjoyable picnic-
We acknowledge wgth pleasaut an
iuvitatlofkto-be o4 fq( em, but re-
gret th1B u itu preve1ted
our bisOet^ e^~ere
since thO*:1xnoAt femptad diner
"in the ;Sow' wao Jcread. Sow-
ever, we, are glad tip egkt
enjoyed sa ajiU ey. -
IHfote1ifskawUila" r- t g the man-
agemeftof 'nta .O-bet and hostess,"
Mr. and tMrsY; J. .tagood, is becom-
Sing -M known as a ftr2t-class
summer, -Us well as -swJttr, resort.
A fewv days ago, Landlird Hageod
Soihp1 ,rauatem~eate -with par-
- ties M' ,ork, and they will be
down to spend some time in
the- bal y bkreaele R.preferense tp hitehaiaig la the svato*
Seating air of the city. Truly Frank
IA gettingg there withi bt'ltbet."


NEWTSTORET!-NEW STOD

E.. C. CHI'TY ,
-DEALFR ITN-


Y~ I~ i '


BARGAINS!


-BARAINS

For the next Thirty Days I will sell, regardless of cost, my entire stock ot

Seeds, Agricultural Implements, Hardware,

Mechanical Tools, Etc., Etc., Etc, Etc.
Call and examine our gooods and get prices.


_ I II~L~LLI)I


Co.


: General


L.


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1HOM E ADVERTIBENIENT..


The Hartford Fire Insurance (


lit)ME A I)VE RTI8 I.'MENT..


The first shipment of squash came
lin Monday, and were grown by Mr. O UR
J. H. Bouknight.
,, ^ u ,$2 AND $3 SHOES
For good worKion fine photographs $2 AND $ SHOES
and other pictures call on 0. P.
Likins, Photographer, Gainesville. have taxen the lead over everything.
Satisfaction guaranteed. They have become very popular, and


driving a nail today, a piece flew off
striking him centerly in the pupil of
the eye. Dr. Burgin attempted to
extract the piece of of nail, but not
having the proper instrument could
not do it. Mr. Dupuislefton the pas-
senger train for Ocala, where he will
have his eye attended to. Dr. B.
thinks the sight is gone.
Low prices for cabbage and excess-
ive frieght rates have utterly demor-
alized our truckers. The outlook for
remunerative prices on vegetables of
any kind this season is rather gloomy.
Several barrels of inferior cabbage
and half-filled crates of beets were
brought in this morning for ship-
ment. They will not bring freight
charges. The only way t( keep this
class of goods out of the market is to
demand prepayment of freight. I
believe this Wouldbe approved by a
majority of the shippers everywhere.
TTAi REKLAW.
------------." -
Send the NEWS to a friend in the
North. "
-, - The Pulpit and the Stage.
SRIev. F. M. Shrout, Pastor United
Brethren Church, Blue Mound,
Kan., says: "I feel it my duty to
tell what wonders Dr. King's New
Discovery has done for me. My
Lungs were badly diseased, and my
parishioners thought I could live
only a few wees. I took five bo,-
ties of Dr. King's New Disoevery,
and am sound and wellgaining, 26
tbs. in weight." ,
Arthur Love, Manager Love's
Funny Folks Combination, writes:
"After a thorough trial and con-
vincing evidence, I am confident Dr.
King's New Discovery for Consump-
tion, beats 'emn all, aud cures when
everything else fails. The greatest
kindness I can do my many thou-
sand friends IS to urge them to try
it." Free trial bottles at W. W.
Jhnson & Co.'s drug store. Regular
sizes.- 50e. and $1.00.


is now ready for businessin 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. THOMPSON,
Agent.
THE METROPOLIS.
ONLY AFTERNOON PAPER IN JACK-
SONVILLE.
Makes a specialty of Society and
Hotel Gossip. Latest telegraphic
and local news. The cheapest paper
in the State, and best advertising
medium. By- the year. $500; six
mo iths, $2.50; three months, $1.25.
Carter & Russell, Props.


OfReial Notice.


The Lone Star Dining Room
Gainesville, Fla., recently opened
opposite Endel Bros., proves to be a
great convenience to the visitors to
. that city. Besides furnishing' the
very best table in the city, Mr. Cul-
Sverhouse has an excellent line of
e fine Whiskeys. Beer, etc., separate
but convenient to the Lone Star
Dining Room. Wheypea ate in the
et city give him a eall. I: (Itf)
The following was ecelyed by C
E.Owen, railroad ageif, a few days
ago: .
S"I am forced to call your attention
Sto the rules of the company in regard
to the delivery of \ freight beforer
charges are paid, All charges on
freight must be aid and consignee's
receipts for goods before delivery.
s As this rule is now in force, we
publish same for benefit of con-
signees.
' In selecting their Spring Stock,8.
I. Benjamin & Co., endeavored tc
increase popular lines and add all
new and4 novel goods that were of
Sfered. .verything-g that',w- not
stylish andpopular -they let aeverly
alone. "Call and asee.for yourself.-
I For the benefit of our vegetable
growers and the protection of honest
commission merchants we publish
Below a list of commission houses
r whose paper has been protested
through the First National Bank of
O.ainesville, and furnished to us by
Mr. Jas.M. Graham, cashier-
W. B. Af-etcalf & Co., Richmbnd,
Va.- G. W. Shallcross & Co., New
York: Fairbanks A Parker, New
York; Maxfield & Todl, New York;
Wm 'Baker A& Co., Balt imore, Md.:
Christie & Rittenhouse, Plhiladtl-
phia, Pa.
-At a regular Meting of the Mican-
apy Sab-Alliance, the following pre-
amble and resolutions were adopted:
WHiEr As, Owingto the widely
varied characteristics of the soil, the
cost of. the construction, and the
maintainauce,'of good roads varies
greatly -t the different counties of
tl* State, and even in the different
districts of a county, and,
Wnr.rEtB.s,, In consequence of
such local differences it is impossible
for a general road law fo.r the ,*tete
to best equally in its burdens and
effectsunon all the different locali-
ties, therefore be it .
RESOLVED, That the present Road
Law, aside from the question of its
donstitutionality, is partial la ints ef-
teets, and, in certain localities, total-
ly inadt-quate to secure such roads as*
are now Indi-pensable to their 'busi-
ness interest.
RX8SOLVED, ,That,- entreating the
co-operation of all the Alliances of
thle State, we earnestly appeal to the.
Legislature, during its, present ses-
#ion, to repeat the-Road Law.now iU
force and enact another giving to the
litizues of' each Distriat, in each
county, the right to make and en-
foree such Road Laws as may be
deemed necessary for the construc-
tion and mnaintainance ,f such pub-
lic highways, as they may desire, or
business interests of such District,
may demand.
The town ofMtcanopy now claims
the citizenship of a certain; gentle-
man who once carried tre commnds-
aion of sheriff of Alachua county in
,one pocket and acapais for Richard
Htoe in another. On a bright April
morning our hero started for the dis-
tant village of Jonesville, armed
as above, for the purpose of securing
thie body of the said R. R. As he
cantered leisurely along his thoughts
were flxed upon tle happy anticipa-
tions ofa'ball to be given the even*
ing of that day. By upon R. R. was
"'%rested in the name of the State of
Florida"' and placed in the road to
Gainesville witththe instructions to
"*hurry up, as we will have to get
there before night' -
After getting fairly started, the
sheriff discovered that R. R. ,was not
a goo walker, but, on the contrary,
was BO badly crippled that he could
not make more than a mile per i-our.
The sheriff fumed, cus*d and tliiin-
ieredi but t9 t avail, as Richard.
ruggedly pursed the even tenor of
his gait.
Rundown found oiur hero and his'
bird just six miles from the starting
point, when a- halt was called.
"What is your name, anyhow, you
blankety blank blank?" "Richard


Roe.," "Did you steal that cow, as
you are cliarged" "Ye sir."
".That's enougli*- we can settle your
case right here, by gum!" said the
sheriff, asb he went out to one side of
the road and selected a two-year old-
saplin black gum.
"Now you stole the cow and don't
deny it, and I don't see a durned bit
of use of tooling away time to get
-you to Jail, much lse,to feed you af-
ter I get yQo there," said the now ex-
asperaat erliff. "Take off your
coat, bli' you!" The prisoner
flinched, but e.mulied with the re-
quest. "Now hug that tree as tight
ayounean." This was done; then'
the sharp strokes od the saplin could
*e hea&* for a haudred yards, ac-
companied by the tedious one-two-
three-tow, until fortV-nine lashes
.hed been applied.
Releasing the uptortunate and
bloody victim of this hasty trial and
punishment, the sheriff proceeded as
follows: "Richard Roe, you have
been accused, tried, convicted and
punished by one of your peers, and,
in discharging you, I would advice
you never to come before mpe again
or t will cut ynur infernal throat.
BMay God have mercy on your soul."
The criminal took to the woods'
and the sheriff the nearest road to
the ball, which he reached in due
time, and retired at 2 a. m. next
morning, fully conscious f having
discharged his duty, : "'-;


are growing more so eyery day,.
They are
LIGHT, STYLISH, DURABLE,
D WELL MADE.
8 Come and see them before buying
" elsewhere.
f
f DON'T FORGET
r that we have also a full line of fine
0 SHOES at moderate prices.
H. T. VATTERLIN0
Galneaville, Palatka and Tampa.
S1RElthONA L,
Dr. Z. M. Price, of EureKa, was in
I town Sunday.
SR. C. M. Crawford registered atthe
STusKawilla Sund;ay.
Jno.' W. sideman, Esq., spent
Monday in Gainesville.
Mrs. l. P. Hilburn and sister ar-
rived last weeK from Mo.
C. J. Purdy, the athlete, has been
SfeverisL the past few days.
t Misses Mnmile and Lucile Heyman
returned from Savannah last Wed-
nesday.
t Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
The best Salve in the world for
SCuts, Bru ses, Sores, Ulcers, Salt
IRhtium, Fevcr Sores, Tetter, Chapped
fHands, 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. Johnson
& Co.
Mpeciimen Cases.
S. H. Cliffordt, Now Cassel, Wis.,
was troubled with Neuralgia and
Rheumatism, his stomach was dis-
ordered, his Liver was affected to an
alarming degree, appetite fell away,
and he was terribly rtdueed in flesh
and strength Thrve bottles of
- Electric Bitters cured him.
Edward Shepherd, IIarrishurg, Ill.
had a running sore on his leg of
eight years' standing. Used three
Iottles of Electric Bitters and %even
boxes-of lhleklen'.s Arnica Salve'
and his leg is sound and Well. John
Speaker, Catawba, O., had five large
F(ver sores on his leg, doctors said
tie was incurable. One bottle Elee-
tric Bitters and one box Bucklen's
Arnica Salve cured him entirely.
Sold by W. W. Johnison & Co., drug-
gists.
McIntosh Dots.
Mr.P.'A. Bryant is putting up a
substantial packing house near the
depot.
A great many cabbage were ship-
ped from lihere to the west the past
week on aecouat 'of low prices in
eastern markets.
The colored Baptists have just
closed a "big meeting" at their
church near here. Rev. J. P. Hil-
burn preached for them Saturday
night. He was immediately dubbed
Bishop by his hearers, and his ser-
mon was pronounced to be eloquently
grand.
The ice cream festival at the park
last week came near being a failure,
because of the delay in getting ice.
Under the circumstances, however,
about sixteen or eighteen dollars
'were realized, and tihe ladies in
charge deserve considerable credit
for its financial success.
Soon after the close of the colored
school exhibition at the colored
church near here, several parties be-
gan shooting for the fun of the thing.
Prese ntly a Winchester opened on
the festive boys, and one of them
fell with a broken thigh. Promiscu-
ous shooting had been forbidden at
this point, and it is likely to stop for
some time at least.
Saturday, while Henry. son of Dr.
H. C. Walkup, was standing on the
Wharf looking for fish, his gun was
accidentally .discharged, the load
passed through his right hand, terri-
bly lacerating it. Luckily Dr. Bur-
gin was near and attended to the
wound. Henry was placed in the
Dr.'s buggy and carried hems, where
:the necessary surgical operation will
be performed.
Mr. Albert Dupuis, who is building
P. A. Bryant's warehouse here, while


Lost.
A copy of Ayers Newspaper An-
nual for 1890. This is i 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-
,w arded.

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
Weekly 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 Markete and asM
usual the only fine and rare novelties no ill be secured.





A WORD TO THE I;AIDIES,


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




MILLINERY STOCK,



IT WILL ENABLE LADIES TO GET THE CORRECT.STYLES
AS HERETOFORE:


AW Notice of Spring Opening will appear later.


S. H. BENJAMIN CO.


MILTON, 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. (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.
'" Respectfully,
-Lfs '' TODD.


'For Sale.
Good seed pea-nuts, at 75c bushel.
Apply to J. H. VINsoN,,
Evinston. Fla.


Wanted Blocks.
Cut 28,2 ineies long. Must be
square, at following prices for' cash,
delivered at M.Intosh: '
15 to 18 neli ..s in ,ianmeter 12 5ets.
18 to 22 15 cts.
2. to 24 *'- .. cts.
24 to 96 20 cts.
Orange boxes and v'pet: l.. crates
constantly on hand. ,
J. Y. PETTEYS.

REMEMBER!

** REMEMBER!

-There will be given a-


GRAND -BALL


THURSDAY 16TH.'

There will ber refreshments served
during the evening, consisting of
Ice Cream, Cake, etc.. Danc-
ing will begin promptly
at 9 o'clock. The
music to be fur-
nished by the:

Elmore Strinrg Band.

Remember Everybody is Invited.
Bring your friend and relaive .


s8. CREW.

CREW &


M. L. COLBOURN.

COLBOURN


(WHOLESALE)


-Pa


:


REFERENCES.


Produce National Bank, 104 Chest-
nut St. Philadelphia, Pa.
Walter S. Hill' 206 Duane St. New
York.
President Produce Ex. Philadelphia.


:ARtDS AND STENCILS ON
APPLICATION.
G. V. CHAMBERLIN, Agent.
Micanopy. Florida.


; IN THEIR


.


-AND DEALER IN-


FLA. FRUITS



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


REFERENCES.
Judge G. W. Means, Evinston, Fla.
F. G. Sampson, Boardman, Fla.
Geo. Glover, Macedon, N. Y.
Irvip National Bank, New York.
C. H. Register, Smyrna, Del.
R.Clark,Cornwall-on-Hudson, N .Y.
J. H. Bird, Att'y Bradstreet Com.
Agency, New York.


- Member of the-


-Member of th.
PRODUCE EXCHANGE, PHILA.


MERCANTILE EXCHANGE, NEW YORK.


APRIL 7th.-NEW YORK MARKET REPORT.


C


Cabbage market all cleaned out at $1.50 to $1.75. Beans $1.50 to $1.75.





'ALTR HILL,



COMMISSION MERCHANT


P.


F.


Crosby, Pattoti A Co's- Old Stand,


STENCILS FURNISHED
APPLICATION.


ON


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MICANOPY, jiLOR.tIDA


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REFERENCES:


Firat National BanK, Gainesville,


Irving National Bank New York.

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The "Tuskawiua News.


ANNUAL ANNOUNCEEMENT:



FOR THE:



ormli ^ o~lm,


189I.





S m wm PISy
ToInOTzodu

ur-.th <-ie oinover
I, Co'or=ownrut
:-: [[4 sons (either sex) *he
-.- J wil rpmmisetoshowit
tICEISIR=MUSI.'40Y
. gO-P~oe r --ye, :


DEAFNESS


ITS CAUSES AND CITRE.-Scientincally
treated bv an aurist'0f world Wide reputtation.
Deafness eradicated and entirely cured, of
from20 to 80years standing, after all othei
treatments have failed. How the difficulty is
reached and the cause removed, fully explain-
ed in circulars, with testimonials and affadivtts
of cures from prominen people mailed free,
DR. A. FONTAINER. 34LWest 14th St.. N. Y.


P. F. wILSON,

SEEDSMAN

And dealer in

Agricultural I- Implements.
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fact that it endeavors to advance Flor-
ida's interests. May it live long and
prosper.
Quite a party went coon hunting the
thoroughbred Spanish jack and pur-
poses raising some fine Florida mules.
The jack, Brigham Young, will be kept
on the stock farm on the Stafford Prai-
rie and all who are interested in im-
proved stock will find him there. Want
of space prevents it now, but at an
early day we will give our readers a
description of George's venture, which
other.night but got nothing except bad
colds.
J. B. Felter and a party caught 200
pounds of fine fish on Lake Dunham the
other day. This beats the record for one
day's sport.
Ed Childs is about the only vetenary
surgeon in these parts,and he was called
in to helpold Doll last Sunday; but even
his skill could not save her,
We are in reciept of a sweet potato
grown on the farm of J. A. Ramsey,
which is an exact shape of a wild duck.
It is being used as a paper weight in our
office, and attracts the attention of every-
body who call. It is certainly a freak of
nature.
With its seventh issue the OKAHUMPK-
IAN comes out in a new dress and with
one more column of matter. This means
that the publishers are alive to the in-
terests of the community, and that they
will improve their sheet just as fast as
the patronage they get justifies them in
doing so. What we want now is sub-
scribers, and we want them bad and
right away. Come to the front now
everyone of you who have not subscribed
and give ius a dollar. You can't invest
the same amount of money in any better
way, and besides that we deserve your
' support.
Easter was appropriately observed at
St. Paul's, the church being handsomely
decorated and the services ably conduct-
ed. A collection of $16 was taken up to
defray insurance expenses, the policy
having expired. Both morning and
evening services were well attended and
the pastor may take to himself no small
credit for the success of the day. A
town like Okahumpka can't get any too
much religion, and we ought all of us to
support the church with a ready good-
will.

The Connecticut Muddle.
HARTFORD, March 31.-There has been
no progress to-day towards a settlement
of the dispute over the State officers.
Comptroller Stub has been ready to
spring upon the Legislature the an-
nouncement that if a recess is taken, as
talked of in the House, the State will be
under obligation to pay the railroads $4,-
200 each month as long as the recess lasts,
no matter if it is until next November,
since the contract with the railroads is
so much per month until adjournment.
Deputy-Sheriff Moore served papers on
Comptroller Stub to-day in the suit of
Austin Brainers, executive secretary of
"Acting Governor" Bulkeley, for the
payment of his salary.
The writ of mandamus is signed by
Clerk Johnson, of the Superior Court,
and is made returnable to the court on
the first Tuesday in April.

StateMedical Society.
The eighteenth annual session of the
Florida State Medical Society will be
held in Pensacola April 14th, 15th and
and 16th. The sessions will be held at
the Escambia Hotel;
The following rates have been arrang-
ed cn the railroads: Over the Florida
Central and Peninsular, and Silver
Springs, Ocala and Gulf roads, for one
and a fourth fare for the round trip.
The Orange Belt road will sell on the
same basis to all junction points on its
line. The L. & N, will charge full fare
going, and sell return tickets on certif-
icate of attendance from the secretary,
over its lines in the State, and the Tar-
ares, Orlando & Atlantic, and Savannah,
Florida and Western roads for one-
fourth fare.
An interesting order of business has
been arranged.---Times-Union.

There is more catarrh in this section of
the country than all other diseases put
together, and until the last few years
was supposed to be incurable. For a
great many years doctors pronounced it
a local disease, and prescribed local rem-
edies, and by constantly failing to cure
with local treatment pronounced it in-


which are the only things now needed
to develop our unparalled resources.
Ocala Free Press.
Geo. P. E. Hart, proprietor and for-
mer editor of the Belleview Blade, is
now connected with the Dispatch,
Farmer and Fruit Grower, of Jackson-
ville.
The Exposition Band is scattered to
the four winds; the cornet is gone
North, the trombone is gone Northeast,
the iclarionet is gone south, and the
.other fellow is gone to Chicago.
Many persons predicted a failure for
the garment cutting school when it was
first established in Ocala. Inthisthey
were very much mistaken.
It is our painful duty to record the
demise of another prominent citizen of
Marion county, Captain McD. Stroud,
who recently died at Anthony. The
Captain had been in feeble health for
a long time and only very recently suf-
fered from a long spell of sickness. He
was a lawyer of reputation and at the
time of his death was enjoying a lucra-
tive practice. He leaves a wife and
family, to whom we extend our sympa-
thy.
Sanford Journal,
The death of Mrs. McAllister, who
was in all ways a most lovely woman,
L, has cast a gloom over the community.
It seems there is some difficulty in
raising the money for the fountain to
be placed on the public square at the
corner of First street and Palmetto
Avenue.
Owing to the failure to make the
water connection in.lthe tank at the
Baptist church, the -baptizing which
was to have taken place last Sabbath
was postponed until next Sunday
r night.
Some wery interesting relics of the
late war are on exhibition at John
Smith's-some portions of trees from
Sthe battlefields of Chickamauga, Mis-
sionary Ridge and Lookout Mountain,
in which are embedded shot and shell.
They i're the property of J. C. Lauter,
r l io kindly presented to ussome Con-
i dier ite bullets found on the same field.
fLeesburg Commercial.
S The Lake County Normal School and
Teachers' Institute will open at Eustis
SApril 14th, continuing three months.
SIt will be conducted by the Lake coun-
s ty board of public instruction.. Prof.
, Noble Harter, principal of the Lady
s -Lake Graded School, and Mrs. M. S.
Field, "principal obf the Eustis public
0 school, have been engaged as in-
structors.
. B. F. Watts, local agent of the Flor-
f ida Southern Railway, was interviewed
, yesterday by a Commercial reporter.
He says railroadbusiness is better than
Sever known; shipment of Vegetables,
f especially cabbage, is heavier than ever
- known in any season. During thepast
week, ending the 24th inst., there were
Shipped 30 cars of vegetables and 27
crates of oranges. A train leaves this
station every night loaded with freight.
Mrs. Annie Omweg and her sons,
SJohn and George, have fallen heir to
Sa stock farm in the West, valued at
, $11,000.
SThe State press generally notes the
fact that Leesbuirg needs another brick
Shotel- -
Mrs. J. .D. Wilson, mother of Mrs.
SDr. P. W. Sessions, died at the resi-
dence of Dr. Sessions. in Leesburg, on
SMonday, March 23, 1891, at 11 a, m.
t She had beeh on a visit to her daugh
ter but a few weeks, when she was at-
taskedl by pneumonia, of which she
-died.
Herwaido News.
George T. Marshall has purchased a-
we are glad to say is proving an emi-
nent success.
Messrs. Hale, Wilson, Law, Brooks
and Haneock struck the lucky numbers
this week and sold $100,000 worth of
phosphate land to an English com-
pany+./ _,L --+-
Eiswhitne,: Leadier:
The grand jury failed to find a true
bill against Mart Mannmg for cutting
and nearly killing Tude Bass at Nar-
'coossee several months ago. Yesterday
Manning and Dick Bass started to leave
town together, when they became in-
volved in a quarrel somewhere in the
northern part of town, during which it?
is said Bass cut Manning, but we-have


been unable to learn any particulars.
With this issue the Leader starts
2on its "seventh year. We have no
promises to make, other than to con-
tinue to work for the best interests of
this section, is permanent improve,,
ment and ,pbuilding. The bette
support our friends give us the better
will we be enabled to accomplish our
work. As you help us you help to
d-velP I r this section and make known
its res uarces, which are second to no
01 er action of the State.
Ve earn that our Baptist friends,
ehfared about $40 at their festival-on
Tuesday night, and would have done
still better, but they run out of straw-
berries, cake, etc. '
At tiles of incorporation are being
prepared for filing with the Secretary
of State of the Standard Phospbate
Company, which has been organized
in this city. and the following officers
elected: J. H. Talbutt, president; R.
E. Rose, vice-president and general
manager; J. N. Bradshaw. secreta-.
ry: Nat Poyntz,- treasurer. The
board of :directors will be composed
of the above named gentlemen, to-
gether with J. B. Parramore. E. P,
Hyer and G. GU. Butt. Thecompany
has a capital stock of $500,000 and
owns about 3,000 acres of the finest
pebble phosphate land, situated near t
Bowling Green, in Pok county. It
is purposed to erect a plant at once,
having a capacity of 200 tons per day, ,
for the working of the mines. 0
The Okahumpktan. P
The Florida Gazetteer is on our table, a
It is a monthly publication and deserves
the support of the. whole state from the


curable. Science has proven catarrh to
be a constitutional disease, and therefore
requires constitutional treatment. Hall's
Catarrh Cure, manufactured by n F. J.
Cheney & Co., Toledo, 0., is the only
constitutional cure on the market. It is
taken internally in doses from 10 drops
to a teaspoonful. It acts directly upon
the blood and mucous surfaces of the
system. They offer one hundred dollars
for any case it fails to cure. Send for
circulars and testimonials. Address,
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, 0.
C3i Sold by druggists, 75c.
Capt. J. D. Johnston.
To all whom it may concern: I take
great pleasure in testifying to the effica-
cious qualities of the popular remedy for
eruptions of the skin, known as P. P. P.
I suffered tor several years with an uni
sightly and disagreeable eruption on my
face, and tried various remedies to re-
move it, none of which accomplished the
object until this valuable preparation
was resorted to. After taking three bot-
tles in accordance with directions I am
now entirely cured. J. D. JOHNSTON, .
Of the firm of Johnston & Douglass,
Savannah, Ga.

Baltimore Orange Market.
REPORTED BY WM. BAKER,
Fruit Commission Merchant,
105 S. Calvert St., Baltimore, Md.
BALTIMORE, March 31, 1891.
Cabbage dropped in sympathy with
New York market, which is very low.
Our market will recover soon. Quote it
from $2 to $1.50 per crate. Orange mar-
ket very strong on fine stock and medium
sizes, ranging from $4.50 to $3.50, while
large sizes ?sell from $3 to $2.50. 'Oun
market is the best East on large, coarse
oranges. They sell from $2.25 to $2.50;
medium grade brights and russets, $3,
for medium sizes.

P. iP, P. Saves Lfo.
SAYS WILL LIVE FOREVER.
A prominent Savannahian, formerly
superintendent of a railroad, says: "I
was crippled in my feet and arms so that
I could not walk without crutches nor
cat without having a servant to feed me.
I tried physicians, everywhere, but to no
purpose, and finally went to New York,
where my doctors, at one time, decided
to-amputate my arm, but found that
course impracticable, on account of a
wofind I had received during the war. 1
returned to Savannah a complete wreck,
and my case seemingly hopeless. As a
forlorn hope I began to take P. P. P.,
and am rejoiced to say that after using
three bottles my limbs began to straight-
en out, my appetite and health soon re-
turned, and I now feel like a new man ;
really, as if I had been made over again,
and as if I could live forever-so long as
I can get P. P. P."'
This gentleman will not give his name
for publication, but authorizes us to re-
fer anybody to him for verification of
these facts who will apply to us. Yours
truly, LIPPMAN BROS.,
Wholesale Druggists, Prop'rs P. P. P.,
Savannah, Ga

Surprising Testimony.
Many physicians who have examined
into the merits of B. B. B, (Botanic Blood
Balm) have been confronted with testi-
mony which they deemed surprising, and
thus being convinced of its wonderful ef-
ficacy have not failed to prescribe it in
their practice as occasion required.
H. L. Cassidy, Kennesaw, Ga., writes :
"For two years my wife wasa great suf-
ferer. Skillful physicians did her no
good. Her 'mouth was one solid ulcer,
her body was broken out in sores, and
she lost a beautiful head of hair. Three
bottles of B. B. B. cured her completely,
incredible as it may sound, and she is
now the mother of a healthy three-
months-old baby clear from any scrofu-
lous taint."
A. H. Morris. Pine Bluff, Ark., writes :
"Hot Springs and several doctors failed
to cure me of several running ulcers on
my leg. B. B. B. effected a wonderfully
quick cure after everything else had
failed."


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Savannah to New York
(Central or 90 Meridian Time.)
Chattahoochee ...Wednesday, April 1, 10 () am
Nacoochee ................ Friday; April 3, 1(00 pm
City of Birmingham, "at'day April 4, 2:0 pm
Ct of Augusta.... Monday, April 6, 4:0) pm
Tallahassee ...... Wednesday, April 8, 5::3)am
Kansas City ..... ....... Fnday, April 10, 6:30 am
Chattahoochee,.... Saturday, April 11, 7:.13) pm-
Nacoochee................ Monday, April 13. 9;9) pm
City ot Birming'am,Wed'day,Ap l,15, ll :01am
City of Augusta...... FridaY, Aprl 17. 1:1-)pm
Taflabasee ........ Satroday,April 18, ,O pm
vanrasCit.%....... .... Monday, Aoril 3, 3:30 pm
Chattahoochee ..Wednesday, Apfril V, 4:31am
Nacoochee ....... ..... Fridt'y. April 24, 6530am
City of Birmingham.Satu'day,April 25, 5.30 am
City of Augusta ... Monday, April 27, 7:0)0 pm
Talahassee.. ....Wednesday, April 29, 9:0am


Savannah to Boston.


City of Macon ........Thursday, April ll:30am
Gate City .........Thursday, April 9, 600ppm
City of Macon..... Thursday, April 16, 12:00 m
Gale City. ... ...... Tburday, April-23, 5:00 pm0 j
City of Macon.... ..Thursday, April 30, 4.30 pi n


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(This Ship *I notCarry passengers.)

Dessoug.............Sunday, April 5. 2.00 M
Dessoug............ .Wednesday, April 15, 10:00 am
Dessoug................Saturday, April 25, 500 pm


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i Sbhomt IA) roer to the trave'IngPublio and ashlppers advantage equal by" a
? tIVaichgebtkenrbiMMB lsof lading issued to all principal points.
For im:ther intormation and rooms apply ".
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Row Boats, Sail Boats and Canoes ofiv-
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Prices from $35.01, up, according to
quality.

BOATS AND STEAM LAUNCHES
Built to order.
Borden's Clay County Woodworking
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Trainms leave Jacksonville at 8 30 am and Palatka at 5 25 pm are daily between Jacksonvill
and Palatka.
-a .INDIAN RIVER STEAMBOAT COMPANY
STPAMERS Leave Titusville dally except Sunday 6 am, arriving Melbourne 12 noon. Re-
urning, leave Melbourne I pm, arriving Tituaville 7 pm.
Leave Tituarille at 3:30 pm, daily except Sunday', arriving Jupiter 9 am next morning. Re-
urning leave Jupiter 12 noon. Arrives at, Titusvil e 10:30 am next morning.
CONNBCTIODS-Atf Jacksonville with diverging lines north, east and west. At Orange
5ityinctionfor Orange City, Smyrna and Lake Helen; at Jupiter with J. & L. W. R'y for
jake Worth; at 8anford with B. R'y for Oakland, Tarpon Springs, Clearwater and Gulf
coast polnts: and with Soutl Florida R. for Winter Park, Maltland, etc; at Tampa with
plant Steamn-riD Line for Ky West, HaVna and Mobilel and for Manatee River points; at
Punta Gorda with iers for Key WestHavanaPunta Rassa, St. James City and Ft. Myers
I Pullman Palace Buffet Sleeping Cars on through fast mail trains daily between New York
and TamrA without change. + ,
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FLORIDA STATE NEWS.

CULLED FROM OUR EXCHANGES IN
CONDENSED FORM.

SItems of Little or no Interest, But Hap-
penings All thelSame," From Differ-
aent Prts of the State Prepared by Ed-
f* itr Seriasors.
Troeatl Sun. -
The tourists who have visited this sec-
tion this season have been generally a
fine class of people. The parties assem-
bled in the hotel parlors could pass
Muster anywhere.
The fish served on the tables of our
hotels are delightful enough to satisfy
the most fastidious epicure. Pompano
and blue fish are the favorites, but they
a really good and elicit many encomi-
ums from those who partake.
Mr. T. L. Roberts has been having
some success in capturing green turtle
here in Lake Worth.'
DeLand Record.
At least $50,000 worth of real estate
has changed hands in the vicinity of De-
Land within the past month.
St. Augusiine Prass.
B. Genovar, our enterprising towns-
man was the first man to lay block pave-
inent in St. Augustine. It was laid in
front of the opera house, and now from
this starter, our city can claim a num-
ber of miles of pavement.
Dayt"na Messenger. 0
This country- has had no war for a
quarter of a century, and yet the people
of the': United States pay a war pension
tax of $310 a minute, $18,601, an hour
$446,427 a day, $8,125,000 a week, $12,-
S500,000 a month, $150,000,000 a year.
UCease firing! A r
The East coast canal, south of New
Smynra, is nearly as much to be dreaded
as rounding Cape Hatteras.' The Sween.
S ey was\ aground for five days with 1,500
boxes of oranges, and lost over $1,000.
Cannot the company make the canal (?)
passable,
Sumters le Times.B
The returning school teachers from
the State Teachers' Association at Tampa
last week are loud .m their praises of
Capt. A. O. MacDonnell, general pas
singer agent of the Florida Central and
Peninsular railroad, and also of the road.
The teachliers declare the association to
-bethe beat and most largely attended
ever held in the state, and that it was
made so through the efforts of Capt.
MacDonell and the liberal rates of his
road. There are few men in Florida
that stand nearer to the people than the
S captain/ For ovar a quarter of a cen
tury he has been connected with Flori
ida railroads, and has won for himself
and his road a most enviable reputation,
and the resolutions adopted by the
teachersare a just recognition of the
: fact, aild the Times, with thousands of
People throughout Florida, congratu-
late Capt. MacDonnell on the compli-
mentary vote of thanks adopted on his
-, behalf amid such enthusiastic applause.
S" Bronson Tialmi-Ddmocrat
James White, station agent at Citra,
..: nd who ownes some valuable gold mine
> 'stock in Colorado, was in Levyville last
week prospecting for indications of cop-
'o per. He thinks there is something in
that soil besides iron and phosphate.
S We rise to remark that Bronson will
soon hbe known as a phosphate centre.
SAbundant indications have been found
within half a mile of the depot, and on
Monday H. W. Denham showed ussome
specimens found within a quarter of a
mile of the court house. Albion and
Dunnellon bad better hump themselves.
,: ..... Dr. J H. Clayw.ell of Levyville called
ion us !ast Friday and informed :us that
\ gold had beeen found in the neigbbor-
: hood. Mr. Sam Hinon, who had gone
out prospecting found a large rock cov-
ered alr over with the shining metal.
iBreaking off a piece, he found tlie gold
+: inside as well as outside. Carrying the
.+ small piece to Levyvnlle where it was dx
amiined by experts and pronounced very
: rich, he returned for the large rock,Only
L O'find that some one had been ahead of
him and carried it off. Dr. Claywell
could not tell us whether the indications
extended further than the rock, but we
learn that a shaft is to be sunk, and possi-
bly Florida will rival California in the
S gold business as she surpasses her in the
: +' production of oranges. In any eventit
.;- wili'pay you to keep your good eye on


Levy county.
South Florida Progrs.
Ignorance of the law excuses no one
but the lawyers.
J : as. Morrison and wife arrived Wed-
Snesday. Mr. -Morrison islargely inter-
S ested in phosphate lands around Fort
S Meade. He is making preparations to
put in a plant for mining the pbos-
S: phates. His operations will be carried
on near Camp Ground Branch.
Evan Evans, who returned from'
S England last week, has sold out his in-
terest in the firm of Evans, Carter &
i Co.' The business will be carried onB
by the remaining partners under the
A firm name of Carter & Skipper.,
W. I. Porter, the former cashier of
the State Bank of Fort Meade, left last
S Monday for Montverde, Lake county,
Stwhere he purposes spending a short
vacation, prior to entering upon his
,' new duties in the Gulf National Bank
,at Tampa., --
We desire to repeat this week the
announcement made in our last, that
the next issue of the South FJorida
Progress will be exactly double the
size of the present. We feel that the
paper must keep pace with the town,
and present sueh an appearance that
our citizens will not be ashamed to
show it around and mail it away to
distant friends as the Fort Meade pa-
per, We shall accept itas our mission,
not only to keep our home public well
posted up on the local incidents of our
neighborhood, but also to keep before
the aip lic :to which oar paper
is sent all over the United States and
England the facts of our material pros-
pprity, with the viewof attracting that
constant strea" of capital and labor,
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