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"Blow your own horn."
D.E. Thompson, editor.
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Title: The Tuskawilla news
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Language: English
Publisher: Thompson & Ruhl
Place of Publication: Micanopy Fla
Creation Date: March 12, 1891
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General Note: "Blow your own horn."
General Note: D.E. Thompson, editor.
General Note: Published by: Purdy & Ruhl, <June 4-July 23, 1891>.
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Itor Scissors.
TitusvlUe Star.
Messrs. Wiley & Jones are shippmj
cabbage and beans from their farm a
Mims this week.
One da) last week a stranger entered
.the house of Mrs. X. B. Screvenp or
Julia street, and as Mrs: Screven wa
in the farther room on the ground
.floor she heard the footsteps in the hall
way, but, thinking it washer husband
awaited for his appearand6. Directly
footsteps were heard proceeding up the
stairway, and knowing then that he
supposition was not correct, as the
doctor would not have gone up-stairs
she proceeded to the hall-and found
the stranger near the head of the stair
way. He asked her, then, if that waf
the courthouse,, and on receiving a neg-
active answer made his retreat without
further explanation ; but if his inten-
ions were honest he probably misun-
-. derstood directions in regard to the lo-
cation of the courthouse, as the ap-
pearanee of the two buildings is a lit-
.. tiesimilar, especially about the roof.
Mrs, Screven now keeps her front door
locked when she is inr the rear pait of
.' the house or up-stairs.
Tawer Pews.
S" We Hewr knew. the" promise of-an
S' abunat uit crop to.be better. The
pear, peach and phlnu trees are covered
'with bloomas and you l- fruit, while the
air is heavy-with sweet perfume.
Last Satuay night John Anderson,
Sa colored n who has* been driving a
; teIam for Sfil.wel!, Millen. & 'o., was
paid-off by his employers, ilhereupon
S. he put on his best bib and tucker an
,..put out for a degro festival which was
Sto be held thatntight at Baker's Mill.
'' During the pro pss of the festival a
.;'" Egoby th'> nRMO."of charila Di-own
was heard on the outside of the house
S as if engaged. in an altercation with
Some one, and upon some of the.corn
S pany looking out of the house they
saw Brown fire off his pistol. There
Swas no interruption of the festivities,
however, and Brown shortly after fir-
'trig off his pistol left the place. Next
morning Anderson was found lying in
S the yard, at a corner of the house, dead,
S ,with&abullet hole just under his right
Seye. Justice A. B. Small and Sheriff
S.Sharp were notified, and they went up,
emipanelled a jury and held an inquest.
The negroes at Baker's Mill assert that
SAnderson's body was touched by none
: of them from the time it was discov-
ered until the aTivalof the justice and
i sheriff, yet nothing was found on the
body; it had been robbed of every-
thing'-whether by the one who killed
S/him, or some one else, is unknown.
Onlast SftuTday evening, at Bran
Sford, in Suwannee county, Arthur
Mart"a 01on of Hon. S. M. Martin, was-
Sshot and seriously wounded by Hon.
R. A. Ivey.
SFernandina Mirror.
S Mr. Van Dieman, special agent of the
Immigration Bureau of Florida, is in
the city gathering statistics of .the ag-
icultural, manufacturing and other
industries of Nassau county. He is
also collecting, samples of creosoted
timber, Florida woods, canned oysters,
S palmetto fibre, etc., to be placed
among the exhibits of the office at Tal-
lahassee. As the, work Mr, Van Die-
man is engaged in i- of g eat import-
ance to Nassau county, our people
should extend him every courtesy.
T. H. Smith and Thomas Eastmore
are working on an invention which is
to pump water on a perpetual motion
principle, and Mr. Smith states ttey
have made a practical and successful
experiment with it. About a week aeo
they attached the machine to a kegful
of water, which they raised 'fifteen feet
in a perpetual stream untiljall was ex-
hausted. Next week they intend to
apply it to the driven well at Mr. East-
more's house, and if it is as successful
then they will be read) patent and
make contracts. -In theft invention a
machine undergr-und by a system of
exhaustion- and application of air keeps
up a perpetual pumping. If it is a suc-
cess, as-would seem from previous ex-
periments, the inventors may have a
fortune before them.


Ferandina is to haye another cigar
factory. Messrs. W. J. 'Lohman and
H. I. Ross will open up for business as
soon as the necessary arrangements
can be perfected. As both of these
gentlemen are practical men and of
considerable experience, they now have
.An opportunity of building up a good
business in this line.
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Micanopy, Fla., Thursday, March 12, 1891.


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promises to be the best in many year
Our farmers are busy setting out t(
mato plants.
The piling for the ne .v wharf is drive
for a distance of about 200 feet.
C. O. Curry oilers to give a lot for
hotel on the river, and other lots ca
,be bought sufficient for extensive
grounds. The loct'.on, in the center
of the town and near the wiharf, is bes
for all purposes, and we are informed
that some parties will put in money fc
a stock company..
SArchie Wilsoi has a hen that has
second brood of chickens. Onechicke
of the first'brood, "now four uiouth
old,"was never weaned, but occupie
the nest while the mother hen hat dcl
the second brood, aud now the fouu
months-old chicken takes thejourtee
new brothersand sisters, scratches foc
them, clucks for them and hovers ove
all that she can cover, making herself
generally useful and faithful, as cir
cumstances will permit, :.
Lake Weir Neuis .. "'.
The old Stanton Farmers' Allianc(
surrendered their charter last week
On Friday last, however, a new afli
ance was formed in thatdistrict,witlI
R" Kelsey as president, and J. D,
Lytle secretary; officers were, elected
Saturday, .
The depot at Conant has heet
closed out, and all freight sent there
w:11 have to be" prepaid in future
We shall probably here more 'rod
this, for when the town wais 1strte-
a depot was guaranteed them for all
the time, and went into Witterer
agreement to that effect.
Washinuton cozity Times.
The naval drill will come off-sbm*
time next Week at Pensacola, and will
no doubt draw a great/crowd to that
beautiful and interesting city. ,
We are glad to note that there are a
great many trees being set out in the
town. This is a move in the right di-
reetion and will at somefuture day add
mhuh to the looks of the place. '
On Wednesday.of last week Rev. J.
K. Powell, of this place, was summ owned
bya telegram to the bedside of his dy-
ing nephew, Dr. Lamb B. Powell, of
Ashford, Ala. Dr. Powell arose early
in the morning and went out to feed
his horses, two of which he had in a
stall, with a partition between. One
of these horses was almost blind, and
by kicking at each other they had
about kicked down this partition.
While in the stable feeding this blind
horse, he passed around the horse and
touched him, whereupon the horse be
gan kicking him, no doubt thinking he
was kicking the other horse, and did
not stop until he had inflicted fatal
wounds. Drs. Hdwell, of Dothan, and
Stapleton, of Gordon, were summoned
at once, but they could not save the
dying man, and in about seven hours
he passed quietly. away. Dr. Powell
was much loved as a citizen and high-
y esteemed as a citizen in the commu-
aity in which he lived, and will be
missed. He was a young man, about
30 years old, with bright prospects be-
ore him for a useful life, which makes
t doubly sad that he should be cut off
hus in the bloom of manhood. He
was conscious to the last, and said to
is friends he was ready and willing to
;o if it was God's will.
etletWew Blade.
Thirty-six hours brings our winter
visitors from ice and snow-bound New
Iork to Belleview, where they bask d
he warm sunshine and chat merrily
together upon the vine-elad verandahs
)f our delightful winter homes.
Tie good work of planting out water
)ak shade trees still continues and be-
ore the season ends some two or three
hundredd will have been added to the
ready large number of evergreen
rees that line our streets on either side
nd adorn the broad, open, gently-
olling parks and avenues of Belleview.
akuia Times.
The F. 0. and P. Railway Company
ave lust issued a small, neat and
lands aely illustrated pamphlet in
he interest of that road. It is descrip-
ive of the country through which the
oad runs, and contains illustrations of
beautiful park at Fernandina, State
apitol at Tallahassee, Wakulla
springs, view on the Suwannee river, a


scene on Otter creek, Silver Springs,
Hart's Grove, at Ocala, and other at-
ractive features. The names of the
hotels along the route, With the propri-
tors and rates, are also given. The
attractions presented in the pamphlet
re certainly sufficient to induce the
coming of many tourists.,
John Marshall shot at a rattlesnake
within ten feet of him several times
he other day, and says he never
touched hit."
)viedo Chronicle.
S. W. Taylor shipDed 600 pounds of
ried orange peel to a Baltimore firm
ne day this week. It took him about
ne week to gather this amount, an


and vegetables are rapidly maturing.
Prices are good and demand unlimited.
Master Luther Johnson, son of our
popular county clerk, while fishing
with several companions near town
last Saturday was bitten by a water
moccasin. Medical assistance was suum-
moned at once and by using plenty of
whisky he was soon brought out of
danger. He is rapidly recovering and
will soon be well.
W-ld-Wood Courier.
.I e were .shown a C .iLwe,_ last Sat-
urday, raised on Stevens & Cunning-
"ham's ha,,urritck, that ii VAUred four
and a-half feet-across aIHi weighed 13i
pounds :!
DeSoto Times:
Our people should be more careful
about hitching horses to the kids o,
stores, as persons in the second story
might, without thinking to look, throw
water or something out of the window
and cause a smash-up. .
J. E. Johnson is now erecting a fine
machine for cleaning ried awli making
grits, or what our people call hominy.
.The enterprise will be a'saccess. and
everybody should put in a crop 'of rice
and support home industry.
, We have seen the flea pretty bad,
and could tell some "true" stories rela-
tive of the Florida flea; but when they
get so numerous that a hatchet dropped
through the floor of. a certain orange
packing house by a certain good-look-
ing young man in this city had the
handle gnawed out before the afore-
said young gentleman cold recover it-
and when such fleas (masked and
armed to the teeth) pulled man from
his bed and would have carried him off
had not his friends hearing the strug;
gle rushed to the rescue and beat off
the fleas with meat-axes and hand-
spikes; and when several fleas were
butchered and sold to an iifnocent and
unsuspecting public labelled "corn- r
fattened pork," in giant letters-we
claim to have heard a good deal about
fleas, but when the above was related
to us we handed over the belt with one
hand, while with the other we threw
some water in the Titmes devil's face
as we'noaiced that he was fainting.
Forl Myers Press:
Dr. Washburn showed us a ripe, red
Milam apple this morning, grown in
his garden in Fort Myers; also straw-
berries, bananas, guavas and pineap-
ples, from the same plat of ground.
G. T. Cormack was playing a fine
tarpon one day the latter part of last
week, in the river near town, when an-
other tarDon jumped and fell on his
line to which the tarpon was hooked,
breaking it, and thus he lost a fine fel-
ow that would have weighed heavy.
There are a good many Seminoles in
and around Lake Okeechobee at pres-
ent, hunting 'gators and plume birds.
Let a protest go up to our Legisla-
4ure, signed by every citizen of Lee
county, against the ceding of Boca
Grande to DeSoto county.
Wesley Boyd and Sim Johnson re-
urned from Lake Okeechobee Tues-
lay evening, where they have been foi
Over a month alligator hunting. They E
brought only about eighty hides and
have given up in disgust. They both
declare they will quit hunting and go
bo work.
The steamer C. A. Ward, Capt. Jas.
0annte, belonging to the Boca Grande f
Phosphate Company, arrived Satur-
ay last-with a large lighter in tow.
'he Ward towed the company's dredge
oat up to the dredging grounds on
Wednesday and she will be put to work
n [Orange creek, about twelve miles n
rom town. The lighters will be taken n
p this week and the operation of
shipping Lee county's phosphate will
oon commence.
a*-von Sprsngs Truth.
It is announced th at S. A. Jones, of
Pampa, intends t4 have a railroad
uilt at an early date which will con- C
met the Tampa Bay Hotel with the
nouth of the Anclote river, and thus
connect two of the most interesting ob- 1[
ects of interest in the State to tourists,
he grand hotel and the Florida sponge
eet.-Ex.
Tuesday afternoon the O. B. railway
)ridge gang were passing through
own on the crank car, and just after


passing Tarpon avenue a lot of dogs
tarted after the car and one of them t
ot tangled among the wheels and "
threw the car oft the track and seat-
*red the section hands on all sides.
fortunately no one was hurt, but the
ttle dog had his tail put out of joint
nd a leg slightly crippled. That was I
ne time that a 'barking dog" did bite
-the dust.
Vest Hillsborough Times.
There are still several hundre boxes
f oranges to be shipped from this vi-
Inity, but there seems to be some dif-
culty in obtaining the necessary
vrapping-paper. It is stated that the J
or
manufacturers, having understood o
hat the crop was very small, neglected I
o turn out the usual amount of stock,
ence the complaint. N


as he has been offered four cents per
pound for it he consi iers that he made
pretty fair wages at it.
A sweet potato weighing twenty and
one-half pounds is on exhibition at the
Ocala exposition. It was grown by
John W. Turner, of Citra, and the
Banner says that a peek of smaller po-
tatoes were unearthed in the same hill
that produced the above monster.
Eu-ftis La&e Rc-U,,i.
U. W. Church has been ap,,smted.
inspector of watches of this division of
the Florida Southern Railroad bySu-
perintendent Denh m.
I. E. Sherman is shipping oranges
-and vegetables from the Osceola Truck
-Xarnr in refrigerator cars.
Da,1,tna Me& enger.
Att he meeting in regard to the new
charter and contemplated improve-
ments the committee mide the fol'ow-
ing report To improve Ridgewvood
avenue 8,800 feet and 7,200 feet on 13
cross streets, estimated to cost.$5,600.
This will'make a roadway 1s feet wide
and nine inches deep. They didl not
report on Beach street, as'they wished
to get a profile of the street.
Among the new'laws that the next
Legislature should enact is one prb-
tedting loggerhead,turtles from .being
killed. "During June, July and August
yo-q can hear of from two to'half a
dozen being killed every week,. In a
few years they will be extinct,,- and
"turtle egging" will be a thing of the
past. Already there are less than half
the nests that could be found only two
br three years ago. "Protect" the tur-
tle in order -to preserve one of the
amusements on the coast.
bahelanti Advoiate.
The Laikeland Electrie Light Com-
pany have contracted with a St. Louis
company for,the purchase ofa'40-horse
power engine and boiler, to cost $2,000.
The despised palmetto ot Florida is
becoming valuable. Plant, berry, root
and, leaf are now all beinc ,utilized in
the manufacture of sundry important
articles of commerce.
It is believed that the Lakeland Elec-
trie Light Company will invest $6,000
in starting the plant here, and while
such an important enterprise must be
of great benefit to our little town the
business men ana citizens will un-
douibtedly rally to the support of the
company very cheerfully and readily
indeed.
The orange box factory now being
planned here will give employment to
several hundred people. Let everybody
encourage this enterprise.
Polk County News.
The storehouse and stock of general.
merchandise owned by C. J. Yates, of
Plant City, was burned Monday morn-
ingat 3 o'clock. The origin of the fire
s unknown. The loss is estimated at
$15,000, partly covered by insurance.
Orange Cily Times:
On last Saturday evening the daugh-
ers of Dr. Walton when coming from
Winnemisset got lost in the woods, the
horse got out of the road, and the
t
wheel of the carriage coming in con-
act with a stump the whipple-tree
broke and let the horse loose from the (
buggy. The young ladies tied the I
horse to a sapling and, late at night,
ound their way home. They could t
,ive no clue as to the whereabouts of
he horse, which was not found until
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tuesday evening, when he was foennd
standing tied as when left, having been
without food or water from Saturday
morning until he was found,
talif ax Journal. *-
New discoveries are continually be-
ng made proving Florida the treasure f
mouse of prehistoric relics. The latest
lnd is the remains of a mammoth fos-
it buffalo, which were unearthed re- s
ently in the Withlacoochee river, in s
[arion county. They were uncovered 1
vhile dredging in the bed of the river,
tear the Dunnellon phosphate works
n a bed offossiliferous bones, compris- *b
ng those of the mastodon, manatee,
tc. The skeleton is a very laige one,
indicating the former existence in Flor c
la of a bison of mammoth size. The J*
torns are stated to be eight inches in t
iameter at the base and to curve back- fl
vards, The frontal bone is eighteen
cross. The height of the animals es- b
mated at nine feet and its weight at t
ve or six thousand pounds. "


cala Plaindealer.
g
It'is rumored that the Live Oak In- g
itute will be removed to Ocala if cer- te
ain conditions are complied with-the F
conditions being a donation of $15,000 i
n cash and ten acres of land.a


OFFICER-SB: .
F. DUNN, Prest.; H. C. WRIGHT, iV.-Pres; R. B. MCONNELL, Cashier.


JNO


Has the Largest Individual Deposit of any1 Bank
in Florida. -See sworn report to Comptroller of Cur
rency, December 19th, 18 90. '


a


Loans money on improved Real Estate. Money al-
Ways on ha-nd. No delay or unnecessary expense.


<.._---*f f.r-'-^- **..^;^





Wanklyn-&Co.



Jacksonville.


Send for Price List.





We can defy all other Deal-
ers in Cheap Prices.


1.


Has the Largest Surplus, Largest Line of Deposits, and does the largest
ess of any Bank in Marion County. We solicit your bank account and all
ess in our line and guarantee satisfaction.


busi-
busi-


(SUCCESSOR TO E. McCALL & SON)
. FLORIDA.


DCA-L4,


J. W. Pearson, our real estate boom-
er, is still on top in the phosphatebus-
iness. He has in the last six months
paid out in cash over $42,000, and this
large sum has been paid principally to
colored men.
Barrow Courier-Informant:
SThe truck growers and farmers are
happy over the brilliant prospects for
this year's crop. The rains are bring-
ing everything out very fast. The or-
ange trees are white with the blossoms


O

t
ta
co
ir


&* CO.,


W holesale Dealers in Win-os,LipOors,Cliws

THE JUG TR A TP A SPECIALITY.
Also Wholesale.lealers for
['he Most Noted Lager Beers, Ales, Etc.
brA n forea Be.ole Agent for WasUace's Land of Flowers Whtiklee
_=bs d deral w1 n t their a etosend-or catalogue and price list. Al
Amount of Mnet' r llorl_._l'o frin Si4v=rKingV, Sour Mash, 187 ase, 10 per cent.
-O -n case ,J oats.G, s lms *um s to. Iruon .
OW-Ho Liquor shippel. .d.17f e;I 60

do. 116 West BaySt-. ,LJ .iarcksonville-la o


LIPPMAN BROS. Proprietors, -
"WHOTL.EB]A DR]UGGISTS.
MapprIa BIo4. SAVANNAH, GA.
For sale by W W Jhonson & Co.


STILL


N-EWSo


Volume 1.-


Come arid you can always find what you want. You will be protected in Prices, Quality and Weights. I have the large

best assorted stock in Alachua County, and know how to please my customers. You can return goods and money will b


t and
e re


funded, if not satisfactory.


PTTTT,,TP MTTT, T Gainesville, Fla,.


FLORIDA STATE NEWS.

CULLED FROM OUR EXCHANGES IN
CONDEN'St) FORM.-
I ,


The Music
~~ -6,.


AN.B1. CAMP
<* '- ,.
Jacksonvillela..F

Carry t- -the lirvet st,. In n ,fhut h Mntio -




T j %i .o *;*/-.;.-



violips. Pi"n.j.,s. Gril cri. lvorSacng Anto n '
._ I-|ri,. St'i]uvQ., Shieut !Mu ,i. small luiru- 44. .,
iw-nf ,. triilmin,.';, Rnn n thins illn a
e v e, r y i h i ) g 1 3 1 0 $ C E, i '%"t' I 4w t .t :
." Noy th .rn pa'ici .s. ", ; -
.o i ) L 5 .
ebDlo&k ,r. jlaine3L, r..Irh.t,,s
%J-. Ne wby.% Evausa, Morris.
rt'3i )/'!_ A Ml FI'rand V -e7.v 4.nica- '"
tUMlr ngo, Ce-Otage, Vocahion. .,
I especially reconimnDJ the Haineis: Brothers
Piatos anld Farrand and V:tey Or'gan_ i s fur-
uisbig t, ue Lesrrvalue of auy istrutuent in t he '
wohIld. The F. and V, orgaqs can be taken to '-- 't
Diece an< put to togelherlu fie Liutsl)y
any itelli gent 10-ye-ar-old boy and are in
every respect recognized as the best organ in
the Unite-d State& 4 4 f
EASYTERMS: $10 monthly on Pianos and
andtiouOrgans till paid. J.st think zftit!
Akyone can o.n an instrument on sue-h .
terms. Little more than ordinary rent. Send ,
for Free C'atalogues. State %nait initrrutneut ;' .
you=want and you wiil pri: mltlv ge-t full infor- .
nation that will astonish v%,u.* I have -some
big bargains in SECONfD-HAND Pr.fNI)S
AJqD URGANS. Spend one cent ,for a postal
card and write for valuable int':rmation:
A.SB. CAMPBELL '


Merchants' National Bank


Of Ocala.


Capital paid in-- $100,000
Authorized capital 250,000

Surplus 13,500
Accounts of Merchants, Farmers, and Individuals solicited.


K Your


THE BUFFM LOAN & TRHST COrIPA.Y,

of Ocala, Florida.


JUGS FILL[IE


CAPITAL,
SURPLUS,


- $200,000.00
$16,500.00


OF OCALA,

Paid up Capital - $50,000.00
Authorized Capital- - -$150,000,00
Surplus and Undivided Profits $25,000 00

OFFICERS :

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

SA. MCII TY E, Cashier.


Fully Equippedfor Every Kind-'of


LEGITIMATE BANKING.










































































E. BAR RD
HARDWARE,


STOVES


I


PJ. C U N EEL YL
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL

WINE -1 MERCHANT
PALATKA, FLA.
Sole Agent for Duffy's Ialt and
Catherwood's

Celebrated Whiskies.

THE FINEST BILLIARD PAR-
LOR AND BOWLING ALLEY
IN FLORIDA.
Bowling iAlley now open day
and Nighit.
ORDERS FROM OUTSIDE THE CITY
PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.

G T V: CHAMIBERLAN,
MICANOPY, FLOIDA,
(WITH)
Hines & Mansfield,

-WHOLESA LE-
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,'
Nos. 288 AND 290 .WASHINGTON
AND 187 CHAMBERS STREETS,
NEW YORK CITY,

'FLORIDA- PRE

A SPECIALTY.
:O -:o:o :o:o:o:o:-


E. T HENDERSON,
CONTRACTOR & BUILDER,
AND DEALER IN
Lumber, Shingles,

Laths, Sash, Doors,

Blinds, Etc., Etc.,


HOUSEFUR INISIiNG GOODS.

Tin Ware, Crockery, And Class.


ALS!
I^AILS


MIL


FLA.


MICANOPY,


L LIM< S U P PLI ES


Gainesville, Fla.





Manufacturers and Builders of



WAGONS, BUGGIES & CARTS.


Repairing and Painting Neatly Executed at Reasonable Prices.



BLACKSfITHING AND HORSE SHOEING


In all Its Branches.


A Full Line of Carriages and Phaetons, Etc.


-MANIUFACTURERS OF THE CEL TED TERRY PLOW.


;_~-c~-;~'~;;,,3~;-"*'~raPa~ar~~ r~-~-


I1LalcF~L ..L-rl


I


SGAINESVILLE ADVERTISEMENTS.


~Ue~---~ ------------~~-s~


I


C


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


4
J


I


The Tuskawilla News. "al oity.
".' Section 2 of qn ordinance adopted
D. E. TtHOMPSON, editor. ythe Chicago city council regulat-
Ing the sale of fruits -and vegetables
reads as follows: "A.ll berries or
. PUBLISHED EVEY ENESAY other fruits, whether fresh dried or
-* preservede, when sold or ,,tr,- d for
niTBsCRiPToN RATE: OTo1year, sale in packages within 1tl0; "yv of
'I.0U; -*ix months, 50 cents; three '
n,*.-,onths, 25 cents. All subscriptions Chicago shaul be or equal quality
aB due in advance, throughout the package.
JOB PRINTING: Connected with t ou"-- ...
oV e paper ib a monpete and welld- Read This, Neighbors.
jointed job printing office, and
W i i lew type and presses and comn- From Orlando Reporter.
K lnt print',r-, satisfaction is as- An exchange says: THE TUSK!A-
Ssf ed all who may favMor us with a' WVILLA NEws, in a late issue; pub-
Scall. .%lt kinds of work executed
with promptuess and -ccuracy and lished a list of commission men in
at rea-onulliq, lrice:. the forth, who, in their dealings
( Al Dv.riT'-,i:..i It.Vi E- (el,.>nl upon with fruit and vegetable growers, had
.chtion in tHr.- I,.i,,,r nna d ill be allowed their obligations go to pro-'
rnisned upon f -lie.tion, test. Tihe grower who ships to them
R ,ged _l_ ,, 1rch 11, 1891. now from that territory, deserves to
!Vednesday, Marchl 11, 189. 1
,- ,;' w.-. lose and if he don't take his local pa-
/-.Z.- .. -----. -- per he ought to lose again and also
E interest' in phosphate still be driven out from among good
... ,grows and we are now realizing the people.
, :'fact that phosphate means for Flor- ..e. ...<
Idifwhat coal and Iron has l..een to Copp's Settler's Guide, R revised.
her .niore fortunate neihblring Henry N. Copp, the Washingtoi:
States of Georgia, Alabama, and (). C.) land lawyer, h.as revised and
Tennessee. reprinted his Settler's Guide, the
...".* ~seventeenth edition In view of th(-
ARHANOEMENTS are being perfect- recent confusing legislation of Con-
ed by Col. Tom WV. Hariz, and oth- gress, this book is an indispensable
ers, of Ocatla, to commence the pub- assistant for all who are, or exDectto
location of a daily paper with associ- be, interested in public land. Set-
ated press dispatches. Such a paper tlers will save money by purchasing
will be of great benefit to the town. it, and all who expect to take upland
THE NEWS wishes the new enter- any time in the future should get
prise unbounded success. posted and save expensive mistakes,.
..... .... A chapter, illustrated with nuier-
IN discussing .the senatorial ques- ous cuts, shows how to tell township),
tion, the Leesburg Commercial- has section, and quarter-section corners
the following to say: and explains the system of surveys.
This year Florida will be blessed it gives full information about the(
with a.brainy legislature, and, in se- homestead,-pre-emption, timber cul-
lecting a senator to represent in
Washington 360,000 people, emnbrac- ture, desert land, and other lavws
ing intelligence equal to that of any The price of the book is 25 cents.
State or country, a brainy man will Address the author.
be chosen. One who is capable, a -----.. --.
worker, with mind comprehensive Important Alliance Notice.
S enough to take in all of the States
needs and.who will be equal to the From Gainesville Sun.
task of -supplying -themn so far as it T h fiesadmmeso h
r ests in thepowr of any true To the officers and members of the
faithful representative to do. 'We Sub-Alliances of Alachua county:
believe John F. Dunn to be such a By virtue of a resolution passed in
man, hence we are supporting him thelast County Alliance, requiring
for the position, your legislative committee to call a
meeting of alliancemen, for the pur-
OCALA, one of the most progressive pose of discussing questions pertain-
towns in the State, enjoys two,pe- ing to the interest of the agricultural
culiar distinctions. First, every classes of this county and recommend
business house of any' consequence such legislation and modification of
except the Marion block was built by existing laws as you may deem best.
home people with home, capital. Each Sub-Alliance willbe entitled
Second, the number of young men. to asmany delegates as they are en-
at the head of the different business titled to send to a regular County
houses there. With possibly four or Alliance. The meeting will be held
five exceptions it can he said that in the city of Gainesville onV Wednes-
the entire business of the city is con- day, the 18th day of March, 1891.
trolled by young men. In the banks, You are requested to send your
mercantile houses, hotels and news- best and most solid men, as there
paper offices the young men are in will be questions of great importance
the lead. Truly Ocala is a great lit- discussed in that meeting.
tie city, and, with push, pluck, and Respectfully and fraternally,
enterprise, that has characterized its W. M. BLITCH,
progress in the past few years, will, Chairman Committee.,
in the near -future, be the envy of her -,*
sister cities and the pride of this . m'Ato ih Dots.
sectionof the Stae. Mr AP. Price, of Oaa, was in
--4..- town last week.


JAS.




GI

\

123 S. C


Citizen
The .Aa


,, ... lnfas.ten.d tih. bell, and peer-
in.;' th^e depths of t0.'o?? b,'0 leg- ho 5["-.- iio.,;" :iK t ],in v,}'icL, . !i~i tl
i ooe nii' gha
Activity of a cat, and, with a yell
that brought his neighbors to Vheir
doorn-, he sprang into the yard, tore
off tie suspenders aid leaped wildlv
into the air, leaving the breeches
standing alone in their glory. One
of his neighbor, braver than the
rest, came over and looking into the
breeches and saw a large snake, its
teeth fastened in one side, swinging
hack and forth vainly trying to
touch the other side with his tail.
The breeches are ready for the dime
museum as soon as the owner can
find a purchaser. TAH, REKLAW.
---, ****,-
The Hartford Fire Insurance Co.
is now ready for business in this see-
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.


3. I. KTJsuMAN.


T. P. WiCG-is.


~~ IT1 'ITLLI~TLLTET~.


WHOLESALE COMMISSION MERCHANTS


AND ALL KINDS OF

Vegetables and Country Produce,
HARLES ST. BALTIMO]
Stencils furnished on application.


RE, MID.


-AND-

SOUTHERN VEGETABLES,
15 WEST FRONT STREET, CINCINNATI, OHIO .-
-o-o- SPECIALTIES: -o-o-

FLORIDA ORANGES, APPLES, POTATOES AND

ONIONS, IN CAR LOTS.


REFERENCE.
s National Bank of Baltimore 3Id.
ttional Bantk of the Northern Liberties Phil. Pa.


For Sale.
One hundred head of goats. The
entire lot can be bought at $1.00 per
head. Smaller lots, something
higher. OTIS L. FEASTER.

WOOD, WOOD, WOOD,

DELIVERED IN ANY PART OF
THE CITY AT THE LOWEST
PRICES.
-5tf- G. J. ITAGOOD.
W S. DUIRHAM,
*
CITY BARBER & JEWELER.

Neat Work Guaranteed.

M3IGANOPY, : FLOllIDA.

Livery Stable.
WM. AVENT, Proprietor.
GOOD HORSI S AND COMFORT-
ABLE VEHICLES.
A Fine Lot of
' TENNESSEE HORSES
On hand and fo)r sale at reasonable
voices. Patronage solicited.
11--22-tf.

Ship
YOUR ORANGE : B-

Express
Reduced rates to atill points.-


J. J. BARR, Vice-President.


JOHuN TW. ASHLY, President,.


be Barned pt our NWline1VNefork,
t-',' a"o i a d h*" I nml rably, by tio.e of
,' (j j :.l ,,1 t / ,. ihi .... X ,".... yo or e'hl, and thI l,.ir
3-^- ^ ^ own llaii~ld ......ervcr they live. Any
3 B S^one n rdo ;l1e work. Easy to learn.
Ve furni l everything We start you. No-risk. You can devute
your spare mnolents, orall your tiec to. the work. Thi' i an
eIntirely new leatd,and brings wo.iderful wicces to every weaker.
"leegint, ar ernin from $25 to )0 perweek and upwards,
and more after a little experience. We csn fumistlh you lhe eu-
ploymect ad teach you FtREE. No s-,wic to explain here. Full
mformation FtRLE. ,UJE L- CO.. ALGi'A. ALIlK,


E. g. Hacker, Propmetcr
CIIE LARGEST AND Mh'ST **O.PLLETE ESTAB-
LISf;MEZ-T r OTnTl.
Ge- S Hacker 0Son




-CC Z E



1.. ,,..,. _" .

Aimufactnrhr- ot
DOOIS SASH & .11,fINDS
M'IOULDING BUILDING MATERIALS
CILARLESTON, C.
i
..,,x in.-- CSCe.Ot a .ear h h m de a.eorn .
^^sl^ ^ 0 ,<%.JS'3- ^V i.. w mttike as~lnuvljbut wBcnn
i ^ _^ i ,i quickly how to ea 'n from $ 5 to
-"': ', ' ,. yii *i at the strt, and iiOo an you go
''a n *o11 8"Xrs al s I ny ),art of
("U '*L S'c!'l'*^l ~r*u.YOU call comniclle* at liome, giv-
SS .''.... al ourlith r. ,or8spare n iom ents oilk yto
4' -'" ,i .. All islicw, Ge atp ySlie os
ts -, *er 1 EASILY, 1 1 1 lerniei.
T % ];' t, 1 'I. LULA S FRtEE. Address at once,
(" *;/'SS%'_ i, b^-.,a & Co., roK'AMIN HAAI.


As TEEHBURG,


capitall
urplus and Undivided Profits


)oes exclusively a banking business, with eqtal facilities-to any bank in
the State. Solicits the aecou ts of Farmers, Merchants, Corporations,
&c. Interest allowed on time deposits. All business transacted,
promptly.


JAS. AM. GRAHAM, Cashier.


(Syl)


C. E. Owens Agt


Burial Supplies, V cod and Metalic
Caskets.
This line is full and complete. Undertaking department open day
and night. Telegraph orders will receive prompt attention, either day o'
night. Will personally attend funerals in any part of the county.
A. S. --"TCHINSON,
(8m6) Mnagger, UTidrtaker and Embalmer.


11- 22 tf.


-i- t~tS1? '"^ ^ '"" i.''Icfort rapolhr, .- irfuirMade r.^
e--"#.^N', ", 1, ,r u 1, b, Am )w,. Austin
B .y ..,': -^ ** .. .. *. ,,'*ar e i. r 1; i ..... ell. Wh.
*v~ r1'-', ;,.' Ot -? s are* d,** h-' -- c-11. Wb *
11 S ome arne
Sy 4,,- ,,1. ,, Yo] cnd 1ho th' work and li,
"1a5". ,,^ i ..... \T^A ^ h,. ,.,,,' y,,n ;,,. Even b,
- '<,,' ._. ,-................ W- 1......li .... y Ih.
S $ i.,ir ou. Ca ,i rk i;.-ir-6n,
t.""1 .%' , , ,h.'-t|n BM .... ... f-
." ,v'- |ih "ire unk] n\ HIIl 'I b"n.1" ,
hwl n ,i erfq.. I'mt li t Iv '* "!,
fz;x2


ALL KINDS OF

FRESH MEATS

-EVERY DAY-

At B. J. MI'LLS' Market.
dec20-3m


-J. EliDi's.-


E. BAIRD.


TJ. SWEABTINTGEX.


*Wholesle and Retail
dealer in





HARD ARE



AND



Agricultural Implements




TAINTS, OILS AND GLASS,
r:


a


--AND--


Now Ready for the* Public.


Mr. S. IL Etter is building a resi-
dtence just South of Lane Bros.
Singing at the school-house every
Sunday night. Everybody invited.
Mr. J. S. Thomas has a fine patch
of beans that were not injured by the
late cold.
J. K. Christian has largely in-
creased his stock of general mer-
chandise.
Miss Sallie Gamble left yesterday
for a two weeks' visit to Ocala and
Lake Weir.
Carlton Price has bought a hand-
some rocking chair. That's a start;
what next?
One thousand dollars was offered
for a ten acre, unimproved lot in


"Jefferson Davis, Ex-President of
the Confederate States. A memoir
by his wife." A great, book of over
two thousand pages, handsomely
bound, containing much valuable
information to the historical student
as well. a great deal of the private
correspondence of the great chief.
James Redpath, of Boston, says of
the book: "Abiography of one of
the most remarkable men of modern
times." Published by G. Belford Co.,
of New York. Sold only by sub-
scription. Capt. W. L. Ditto, of
Boardman, Fla., is the agent for the
counties of Alachua and Marion.
-------.--MSlo >--&- ----


Saddlery.


Harness and


PAINTS, OILS, AND GLASS.


SUPPLIES.


Satisfaction guaranteed and cor-
respondence solicited.
$30- ------.o,
Sr.A. %I I I undertake to,brie n
S a teach any fairly intellIgont iwrsofothh
N I h eh can read And write, and ho,
[a 1 after inatruction,will work industroutly,
3 W0% 0 Whow to eara Three Tliounnd lill!ars a
Year itl c.ynw l.aiities,lwh *'r-ver they lirv .I mwi a; ti. i,,, ', ,1 ," ',. \ r 1; l, 1 n eanm thalat aiOunt.o
N. ,. ,, . .' .. -.En tval : Id qit ekly
irirnId. t desii'e but ou3 worker from echli d tritt rr e,,unty. I
have already tautghit andi provided with entpl..tm n! A L-w '"<
number, vihe are making over $3000) n year eac. I, t's-AJ.
ind [ SO I *-",. '-Ail y -rticular. I0 ''t ]3F Aj|d t 'It "o t t,
j'. F; f.S..S.i. -Box A.w ,Auamitz%, -1-1 .iA#C.
E-TA umL1,-L1) IN i185;. IBUlNED OUT IN 1867
R--EsTrAmnsumj-,D IN 1871
T H E 0Ll- D;RELI A RL E

Micanopy Drug Store.


J. COOPER MATHERS,
DRIUG(IST

--AND--

APIOTHECARY
Drugs, Medicues, Chemical
Prints, Oils, Toilet Articles, Confec-
tions and all other articles usually
kept in a first class Drug Store.
PRESCRIPTIONS' A SPECIAL
THE METROPOLIS.
ONLY AFTERNOON PAPER IN JACK-
SONVILLE.
Makes' a specialty of Society and
Hotel Gossip. Latest telegraphic
anI 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.


-FLORIDA.


GAINESVILLE,


Me are's Work for the. Alliance.


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


AcIn:- a r- r' f-- -ntosh and refused. L
S'From Times-Union.
... 'Writing from Kaukakee, Ill., un Capt. Kaight is at work grading
der date of March 2, 1891, a good for the extension of our side track.
fr'ieid of Florida sounds a warning It will not hold cars enough to do
." which it behooves the fruit-growing the work here. Saddler a, d H harness.
S and vegetable interests in this State One of our citizens has a pair of
S-'. to heed. He says: linen pants-at least that's what he
The California board of trade is said they were. eally, they did not
boomi I, G 1ral Chipman for super- bear any resemblance to the garment
-, "*:"" 'intend,.-nt of tmu 0,-i rtinent of horti- we hv a viwyv considered pa
culture in tlhe World's Columbian we have always considered pants. -
exposition, and if they fail to have They have given their owner a great K 5
1 1 'him appointed will insist on some, deal of trouble first and, last. First,
h .; ,terCalifqruia i-ani. You are, Qf theywerestarched and ironed in
c.: ourse, aware of tlr- effet" such ant good style, and their innocent, un-
,11'),I,.iiinLi-mnt would have on the in-
S. te-r,.-.s of Floriida. Califruia would suspecting owner took them into a
,.l. "biomoal" at the <-_p.x n ,- of every dark corner to try them on. This he
othr Staft-, and ''you Srtatein partic- did very quickly, but, for the first I am Headquarters for
": ; ulhir.. ,. .4 .:. time il his life, he was uncertain as
i _... The rriiig{,:,v.rsii evcry n,:'.;.1,
," : "borhood shuid eetan 1,r t6 whetlier or not he had succeeded.
'borhooI shdlu,4 inteet n4 proeb tohtl e h ,lan l2
,aainst the appointment of a Cali- He coc.uld feel them with his hands
S fornia man to this importantburenu, and fhey seemed to bN all right, but STOVES f ALL KINDS
*j in \vhiieh your State is so vitally iu- ae..-fu! limbs absolutely refused o
t-eed, claiming 'that it would bet lev they were on the in
itnfair to select either a C6lifornian to h61ieve they were on the inside of
or Floridian. They should telegraph those pants. Our citizen called for
immediately to Gen. George R.-Davis, a light.- His little sont, who bi.-oli'0st
-Columbian commission. Chieag0, asIs -' it, ws ,ato'ihed to find, what be
the appointment is'liable to be made 'Ws asonished to be wimd AND SOLE AGENT -FOR THE
at any time,;a.nd then they should 1Pped to be, two inflated meal CELEBRATED
S mail protest with signatures, etc. sa-ks --t-Udiig upright in the. center
: ; nA marked copy containing an, edi- of the rdomwith his father's head
Storial proti-., from every paper in the and lIshuders appearing just over
S State should be mailed to Gen. Davis. t,. tops. Our citizen was also very
.t wo uldobe most as bad as ,o p- ,.t, ,, bute was am. Charter Oak Stoves
.pl.,'t.arker".arle," w.,se.rulings; O qtov es.
', *.'* a N.ew Orkeans between I(a if,-riia nnd swore he. would conquer .
aid Florida so much fav-ored tile tio-se breeches. 1By theue use of sus-
.:-. *fornier State ". p.,,uder and belt he managed to fasten
.". This is a serious matter. :Geiieral tliemon and, came out to be viewed ---:.o:.
:- Chipman may be the best man inithe by the light of day, and a giod ,:-: ,
S world, but in a competition where pairs of curious eyes. He acknow- v
Florida and California .,ait' t) ."e edged that he could never remove
pitted against each oth.-r the" super- his eyes fromni them without being nt your trade. Give a
:intendent of the department should alarmri-d lest lie had by some means tral yoi gurae e nats
S.uot be from either State -'California lo-,t them, for they only made their,+ tral and wil guarantee Satis-
Sis "always on the alert.to "do uIp'" presence f61t in remote places, and faction.
...- Florida, nn-d this will account for not then unless he took unusually
-. t activityy displayed by t.he leading l:d' steps. Yes, they troubled him
,. epmmercial body of that State in ir,-st and last. Last, he had I.-.u-i out
. .",'wlhing Jthis appointment. The in the yard, but came in and took a (Al5iLLE tA
444-t," Florida-F t Exchange, the Orange, l,.ir and sat down in the front 13-3med
1,G. (*rower4slUnion, toge-tlier with the porch. Presently he felt something
Farmers' AITIanne and the leadih L-,isurely making its Way across Wis *aouo.' A1ddVy .sajos iauO.U
-- omme'cial 5i1die, slhogi.tip-t'le k e diametrically from one side of gpu n ojxu Io1'3 A a01!o s0q.1


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Bank Jersey City, and the
Trade in General.
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STENCILS, ETC., FURNISHED
all der
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In it are com-
binled the fin-
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and practical
elements, and
all known ad.
vantages that
make a sew-
ing machine
desirable to
lp1l or uA,
ELDREDCE MFP. J0.
Saotoar7aD Wholesale Office, Bolvidre, Ill


We guarantee satisfaction. Our One-Horse Wagon is our Specialty,
and we will put up any size to order,

With skilled workmen, and every facility for turning out perfect work,
we offer to the people of Alaehua and adjoining counties, wagons and bug-
gies of our own make, superior in every respect to Western work, Pat-
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COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
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THEMONTEZUMA
OCALA, FLA.,
-RATES $2.00 PER DAY--
Free Buss from all Trains.
Special Rates by Week or Month.
A. B. DAVIS, MANAGER.
i janl4-3m
MRS. HAMILTON,
-OF-
EVINSTON, FLORIDA,
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that she is prepared to do
Sewing, or Cutting and
Fifting
In the LATEST and MOST IM-
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Satisfaction guaranteed. Give her
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FIRST NATIONAL BANK

Of Gainesville, Florida.


St. AUGUSTINE

Marble and Stone
Company.

Nonuments.
(ld ~Jead Stones a( Specialtyi
J. M. QUARTERMAN, AGENT,
Micanopy, Fla.

ROBERT :-: BARNES,
Wholesale and Retail
dealer in
SASH, DOORS, BLINDS, PAINTS,
OILS, WALL PAPER.
A FULL LINE OF PAINTERS'
SUPPLIES AND BUILD-
ERS' HARDWARE.

Agent for the Celebrated Averill
Paints.
Orders promptly attended to and
correspondence solicited.
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S. H. Hutchinson's Furniture Establishment.
Carries the largest and most complete assortment of Furniture and House-
furnishing Goods of any othe* house in Alachua County.


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Irving National Bank Now York


First National BanK, Oainosville,


The Tuskawilla News.


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SM : dr Bucklen's Arni ca Salve. HOME ADVERTISEMENTS.
The best Salve in the world forl.- 0 N -
a ^ -r, '1,. S .:zCUTS, Bruses, Sores Ulcers, Salt A T T UA A T7 E
-.:'-!...>.?.i teum,J--.v..rSores Tetter, Chapped
received, a fine line of Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all A NLN U L UNNT
Skin Eruptions, and positively cures -
for pants and spring Piles, or no pay required. It is guar- *o i "
made to order. Pants an teed to give perfect satisfaction,
to $8.00. Suits $13.00 or money refunded. Price 25 cents
35.00. Fitguaran- per box. For sale by W. W. Johnson
-... ... & Co.


PRING & SUMMER.


A. J, SHUFORD,


1891.


1891.


1891.


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SUMMER


SPRING


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BUSINESS,


*IALTY

nade day of sale. Con-
olicited and Stencils fur-

S. D. EIMERSON,
Micaniopy, Fla.


S. H. BENJAMIN


THE-


POPULAR DRUG STORE


PRODUCE COM. MERCHANTS
-In-
Fruit, Produce.


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

318 NORTH FRONT ST.)


Philadelphia,


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Cigars


Florida:


Micanopy,


S- .SEEDS!


N WAY FIELD SEEDS
ALWAYS KEPT IN STOCK.


WALTER S, HILL,



COMMISSION MERCHANT,


WILSON,


Crosby, Patton & Co.'s Old Stand,

J. M. NIMMYO, O
MICANOPY, FLORIDA.


MANAGE,,


CARTER,


CITY.


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WHEELWRICHT,
REPAIRING NEATLY DONE ON SHORT IOTICtw "'
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Office at Fla. So. Depot.
C. E. Owen, Special Ag


Club Rates.


And in consequence we will soon visit the Northern Markets and as
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


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All Things Old Have Passed PjOthn
Away.
d You would have thought so too, J, R
s reader of THE TUSKAWILA NEWS, if liav just
a you had been present on Friday samples
t evening last to witness the unique suits i
e arrangement of a "sociable," at the $3 00 t
residence of Mr. and Mrs. Abner to $C
Emerson. Were I a pen artist I
e would enter into detail, but suffice Office M
Sit to say, we had a superlative time. No. 1. Cal
,v Arrangements had been made to -
Shave the Elmore Band come down, 1865. -o-
- and all who have heard the melodi-
ous sounds produced by the "fiddle
a and the bow" of that famous band
can half way imagine what we en- 0
. joyed. Refreshments in abundance j
. were served at 10 o'clock, after which
a came new and interesting games. 100 PARK
The most amusing feature of the
evening, however, was the timid ad- T
- vances of a bashful lad in the direc-
a tion of a bewitching, dark eyed g n a
r maid, who lured him on with sly CO il
V and loving glances. I think
it waca a aseof love at first sight.
SAt eleven o'clock we said good night "/
a to our host and hostess with but one
regret, and that was because all of
the Micanopy crowd did not get
There. Never mind, boys, you sha'nt
be left next time, if teams can't be
procured wheel-barrows can, and --'7
t we'll see that you get there in first- T
, class Chinese style.
ONE V,-fO GOT THiERE.
-;-.^------- Fri
Evinston Items.
W. P. Shettleworth took a trip to
Ocala a few days ago.
Mrs. R. Semmes is still quite sick, L
and her husband intends taking her
to Philadelphia for medical treat-
inent. Returns r
W. H. Smith took a trip to Cedar signments s
Key for his health and returned nished by
Monday. Mrs. Smith, who has beini
visiting her mother there came back
with him.
Dr. M. Edwin Schlater has return- ESTAI
ed from New Orleans, where he has "1 T 1
been spending some time. He re- j /|
turned sooner than he expected, *
owing to his sister's sickness.
-J. W. Shettleworth, who has been P R OL
attending school in Leesburg, re-
turned home not long since, and will-
not go back again this term. We C M N
are glad to have Johnie back with us
again. 4
M
Much uneasiness prevailed among
our vegetable growers during the re- S. E. COR
cent cold snap. Nearly everybody SP
worked hard covering up their crops
and preparing for the freeze, but it Phia
was not as bad as expected and very
little damage was done. With good
seasons we will make a big crop yet. Advances ma
We can't help but sympathize with Snipping
a man when his wife goes off on a wen
trip and leaves him at home to take
eare or the house. One of our citi-
zens was left in this fix last week, Prom
and, on going hoinme abouttwelve
o'clock to go to bed, could not unlock
the door. AftYer -working for about -FO-R STE
two hours trying to unlock the door a e
lie tried to break in at the windows, Carte
failing in this, went to his nearest
neighbors and calling him up asked CAN
if he could stay all night. The next
morning he discovered he had tried nsure
to unlock his door with the wrong
key. Men, as a general thing, don't
.+
know how to take care of a house and
they need their wives at home to
take care of them. But our wives
must take a trip off occasionally and
good time, even if things don't go ijj |j
jud right at home and, we say, let a a M!
them go. F. _r ^ w


Hollie Barnett has gone to worK
What next?
Some of our correspondents failed
to get in their communications thi
weeK. Come, gentlemen, give us
letter every weeK, and be sure to ge
them here by Monday night at th
latest.
The new store opened up in th
Montgomery block by Mr. E. C
Chitty is constantly receiving ne
goods, and in a short time will b
chuck full. Look out for his adver
tisement next week.
If you wear clothes and wish
stylish suit and perfect fit, go to J
R. & S. D. Emerson, Room 1, Mont
gomery block and you can find any
thing in the clothing line that yot
wish. See ad. in another column.
We think the Micanopy corres
pondent to the Times-Union made i
mistake in reporting the difficult
which occurred in this town a fev
days ago, or at least the impression
that has gone forth is at variance
with the facts in the case.
The regular meeting days of thl
Micanopy Sub-Alliance are the 2nd
and 4th Saturdays instead of the Is
and 3rd, as published heretofore
Saturday, March 14th, will be the
next meeting day and every member
is requested to be present.
Messrs. Cartel'& Owen are having
two thousand envelopes printed ir
TrE NEWS office, for the purpose of
sending telegraphic market reports
to their customers, about four tele-
grams per week. These gentlemen
are doing everything possible for th(
convenience of the public.
The town was again burglarized
last Thursday night. J.A. Simon.-
ton and P. F. Wilson's stores were
entered and a few dollars worth of
goods taken from each. The citi-
zens-business men particularly-
should adopt measures which would
prevent these depredations.
Quite a number of the young peo-
ple of the town met at the residence
of Mrs. M. Shiretzki Monday even-
ing to help Bennie "thank his stars"
thathehadattained his eighteenth
birthday (which event occurred on
Sunday 8th inst.). Song, music and
conversation, with a flow of wit and
wine, in about equal parts, made the
party oblivious of the time passing
away until a late hour when all
hands wished Bennie one hundred
happy returns of the day. The
thanks of the entire party are now
tendered Mrs. Shiretzki and Mrs.
Emerson, who so ably assisted in
making the entertainment enjoyable.
***
Electric Bitters.
This remedy is becoming so well-
knownandso popular asto needno
special mention, All who have used
Electric Bitters si v t h, sani i song.of
praise',,-A purer ,iintu does not
exist and it is guaranteed to do all
that is claimed, Electric Bitters will
cure all diseases of the liver or kid-
neys ,will remove Pimples, Boils,
Salt Rheum and other affections
caused by impure blood.-Will drive
Malaria from the system and prevent
as Well as cure all Malarial fevers.-
Forcure of Headache, Constipation
aInd indigestion try Electric Bitters-
Entire satisfaction 'guaranteed, or
money refunded.-Price 50 cents and
$1 per bottle at W. W. JOH;XNsoN
Co.'s drugstore.
------------^**** -----
ERSONVAL,
Mr. J. L. Wolfenden, of Evinston,
was in town yesterday.
Miss Mittie McCormick is visiting
in Ocala for a short time.
Mr. G. S. Vinson, of Evinston, was
in to see us Saturday afternoon.
Mr. W. R. Baker, brother of Mr.
3L T. Baker, arrived in town Friday.
Messrs. Jno..W Widenman and J.
Cooper Mathers visited Ocala last
w eek .. ..* -.
Mrs. B. M. Reeves, of Evinston.
made THE NEWS office a pleasant
call last weeK.
Mr. Wilson Hobson Robert Andrew
Burbage paid our sanctum a pleasant
visit this weeK.


Frank Riggs went to Hawthorn
yesterday to spend a few days. This
is not an alligator trip.
Miss Emma Johnson left yesterday
for Lincolton, N. C. She will spend
the spring and summer. .
Miss Minnie Heyman returned
from a two weeks' visit to Leesburg
and Ocala Sunday even ing.
Mr. Rufus BouKninght, of Heminp-
stead, Texas, is visiting the family
of his sister, Mrs. J. J. Barr.
Miss Mattle L. Fletcher returned
to Ocala Friday evening, after spend-
ing a couple of weeks with Dr.
Mathers' family.

Will R. Johnson, of Savannah,
formerly ofMicanopy, arrived Sun-
day evening to spend a.few days
with his family and trends.
Misses Mattie Bailey, of Tallahas-
see, and Lizzie Taylor, of Monti-
cello, sister and half sister of Mr.
Bailey, arrived, in town yesterday
afternoon.
W. Mack Curry left Monday morn-
ng for Macon, Ga., where he accept-
ed a position as salesman in a shoe
store. Mack has the best wishes of
PHE NEWS.
Mr. and Mrs. J" C. Cobb, of Lin-
eolnton, N. C., who have been spend-
ing the season in town with friends
mand relatives, left yesterday morn-
hg for their home.
Mr. Benjamin K. Mulford and
wife, we learn, arrived safely on the
shores of Long Island, after a pleas-
mant sojourn of two months with
friends and relatives in Florida ,


Official Notice.
The nost-office will be open from 9
to 10 o'clock a. m.. every Sunday, for
the accommodation of the public.
M. C, AnN-ow, P. M.


teet perfeet.
ontgomery blocK, Room
l and see us.
ESTABLISHED -0- 1865.

SEE!

gU FROST,
PLACE, NEW YORK,
WHOLESALE

[mission



erchants.


lORIDA


LOCAL HAPPENINGS.


FOR THE


Remember the Ball Friday night.
Send the NEWS to a friend in the
North.
WANTED.-Chicken and eggs at
the NEWS office.
The merchants and citizens should
hire a night watchman.
Will Carter asks, "if anybody say
Diek Taylor in town yesterday?"
A good, soaking rain fell Monday,
making glad the heart of the farmer.
Do you wish a piano or organ? if
so, call at this office and secure a
bargain.
Dick Barber took the town Friday
and made a bed of the sidewalk near
THE NEWS office."
New and Second Hand Wagons
and Buggies for sale at Carter's
shop. 10tf
Since receiving a new coat of
paint, Mrs. Edwards' residence pre-
sents a handsome appearance.
Take your mother, wife, sister, or
Some other fellows sister to the Ball
Friday night at Hotel Tuskawilla.
Abbot's East India Corn Paint
removes quickly all corns, bunions
and warts without pain.
Why don't the town authorities do
something with the crazy negro bov
who has been loafing here fort lihe
past week?
During the absence of our marshal
someone should be authorized to
make arrests and attend to the duties
incident to the office.
Catarrh originates in scrofulas
taint. P. P. P. purifies the blood,
and thus permanently cures Catarrh.
Look at the telegraphic report in
Walter S. Hill's advertisement this
week. In order to get reliable quota-
tions look at this adct. every week.
T'he TusKawilla Hotel is on a boom
and the beaming countenance of
S FraunK ILagood is enough to KnocK
S the blue devils out of an alligator.
The base ballists are requested to
meetat Tuskawillalake Saturday af-
ternoon for a practice game and the
organization of a permanent club. t
There will be a ball given by the
young men,'at the Tuskawilla Hotel,
F Friday evening 13th inst. A good
crowd is expected Music by the
band.
Terrible blood poison, body cov-
ered with sores,. and two bottles of
SP. P. P. (Prickly Ash, Poke Root and
SPotassium)lcure4 thl di-ea-.-, mak-
S ing the patient lively as a teu-year-
old. t.. "
S Mr. J. Y. Petteys, of MelIntosh,
shipped two car loads of orange box
sides to Orlando and Sanforil last
week, to be used in packing the pres-
ent orange crop.
.. The cottage at the head of Mag-
nolia street, owned by-Mr. J. W.
Carter, is receiving a fresh coat of
paint which greatly improves the
looks of the same.


Wanted Blocks.
Cut 282 inches long. Must be
square, at following prices for cash,
delivered at MIntosh :
15 to 18 inches in diameter 12 cts.
18 to 22 15 cts.
22 to 24 18 cts.
24 to 26 20 cts.
Orange boxes and vegetable crates
constantly on hand.


VETERINARY SURGEON,


MICANOPY,


- FLORIDA


,


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

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


WE ARE MAKING PREPARATIONS FOR OUR IMMENSE


V;: ~:~tzSfel


-A -


In orddr 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..


BLISHED IN 1869.

S. EMLEY,

)UCE

/MISSION

[ERCHANT,
,NEIiR FRONT AND
]RUCE STS.,

lphia, Pa.

dme on Bills of Ladhng
Orders and Consign-
ts re.,pzdfttly
solicited and
ptily Attended to.


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.
[ 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
time, and people that know me think
it a wonderful cure.'
Respectfully,
ELIZA TODD.

S. F. CREW. M. L. COLBOURN.

CREW & COLBOURN,
(WHOLESALE)


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FNCILS APPLY TO

r & Owen,
OPY. FLORIDA.

Your Property
.IN THE
STFORD


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AT


You will find a Complete Stock of

Drugs, Patent Medicines and Toilet Articles

KEPT IN STOCK ALL THE TIME.
-A GOCD ASSORTMENT OF-



GARDEN SEEDS.
We will keep in stock for the Winter Trade a Full Line of


The plank sidewalks throughout
the town are in need of repairs and
Ssomniethilig should be done at once, as
SSome places are dangerous to pass
over, particularly at night.
Otir health officer should'have had
the carcass of a dead cow removed
from the bay east of Mrs. Fontane's
last week. Such negligence reflects
little- credit on our city government.
SWe regret to learn that Mr. J.
Coopeqt Mathersis'"suffering from an
attacK similar to the one he had
sometime ago and which caused his
family and friends so much uneasi-
Sness.
S Tuskawilla Lodge, K. of H., Is in
--a most prosperous condition and is
receiving applications at every meet-
ing. We are glad to note this and
hope that it will continue to advance
in membership.
I am offering for sale four bead o
extra pony horses from 4 to 7 years
old at prices that will astonish the
natives Every ponysguaranteed ex.
actlyasrelpre.fsrnted. Get pricesbe-
fore buying. W. 1%M. AVANT."
Benjamin & Co., are building an
addition to their new warehouse for
the purpose of storing wagons, bug-
gies, etc., when the addition is com-
pleted a handsome sign will by
placed on the building.
Rev. T. E. Smith, the Presby-
terian minister, who has charge of
the Micanopy church this year, will
move to this place shortly and occu-
py the house of J. W. Carter at the
head of Magnolia street.
Rheumatism was so bad that
James Irvin, of Savannah, could
hardly walk from pain in his shoul-
der and joints of his legs. P. P. P.
Prickly Ash, (Poke Root and Potas-
sium) was reesorted to and Irwin is
well and happy.
The prospect for an abundant or-
ange crop this year is very flattering
Indeed. The trees are in a thrifty
condition and have put on a heavy
bloom, and, without any disaster,
there will.be a-very large crop.
Mr. J. R. Emerson has purchased
"Hubert," One. of the fine stallions
brought by Dr. L. Montgomery from
Tennessee last fall. "flubert's"
breeding is similar to that of Robert
Bonners famous trotter, "Sunole,"
that made a record of 2.;10, at three
vearse f4


A Won(!er Worker.
Mr, Frank Huffman, a young ma-1
of Burlington, O, states that he has
been under the care of two prominent C M
physicians, and used their treatment
until he could not get around. They
pronounced his case to be consump- D. E. THOMPSON, LOCAL AGENT.
tion and incurable. He was per-
suadedto try Dr, Etin g's New discov- FOR SAL
ery for consumption, Colds and S .L ,
coughs and at that time was not able 'ing a comele r
to walk across the street without rest- ..... ,
a ..... 'fitcon..Mstih, of :h l
ing. He found, before hlie had used ... .i.it, co"sisti o lf
half of a dollar bottle, that he was b no'si,,, mortars and p.ei js perco-
much better; he continued to use it l-pa stn, ',. ;ercolator-, -l and is today enjoeyiug good health., ep i ptile .. 'atulae., ..'pots,
Ifyou have any Throat, Lung or I ..
Chest Trouble, try it. Satisfaction s!ow globes, counter and prescrip-
guaranteed, Trial bottle free at-W, tiosa tand, prescription case, twine
W, Johnson and Co.'s drugstore, holdCei's, cork press, prescription file,
----- etc., :t a discount, of 25 per cent. off
For. Sale. invoice price.
Good seed pea-nuts, at 75c bushel. Any one desiring an outfit of this
Apply to J. H. VINSON, kind will do well to call on me.
Evinston, Fla. D. E. THOMPSON.


S' Tobacco.
o


CALL AND SEE US,

W. W. JOHNSON & CO.,


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


CARDS AND STENCILS ON
APPLICATION.

W. P. SHETTLEWORTH

(wITH)

A. F. PECK.,

PRODUCE COM'N. MERCHANT,
-AND DEALER IN-


FLA. FRUITS
-AND-

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.'
Irvin 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.
STENCILS FURNISHED ON
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disabled and motionless, with a heavy
list to starboard. The British oil tank
steamer Chester was alongside tranfer-
ring the people from the Iowa.
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ascertain the nature of the trouble to the
Iowa. The latter signalled that she
needed no assistance beyond that of the
Chester. The Iowa was from Boston for
Liverpool with a heavy miscellaneous
cargo, including 2,000 bales of cotton
and 422 head of cattle. The total value
of the cargo is $350,000. The value of
.the steamer is $250,000.
It is believed that the Iowa has been in
collision with an iceberg. She appeared
to be sinking. A heavy snow storm set
in and soon hid the vessels from further
observation.


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LULATON, GA.
DEAR SIR-This is to certify that I
was a sufferer with a place on my un-
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der treatment of different physicians,
but they did me no good. I had lost
hope of being cured by medical treat-
ment. I then went to a doctor living
in Florida, who treated them by art,.
After going to him it got well, appar-
ently, for awhile, butgreturned as bad
as ever. I then concluded to try P. P.
P, (Prickly Ash, Poke Root and Potas-
sium), and after taking five bottles
(pint size) was cured. I also find it a
good medicine to give a good appetite,
and to give proper digestion. Yours,
most truly, L. J. STRICKLAND.
Baltimore Orange Market.
REPORTED BY WM. BAKER,
Fruit Commission Merchant,
105 S. Calvert st., Baltimore Md.
BALTIMORE, Feb. 27.
Since the old stock has been cleaned
up our market has become very active
and prices as high as the best market
anywhere. I sold today, on arrival, for
Samuel Parker, Drayton Island; 50 box-
ex mixed russets for $3.00 per box.
Fancy fruit will bring $4 to $4.50 easily.
Grape fruit scarce.
Dashed to Death.
WHITWELL, Tenn., March 2.-The ca-
ble of the incline coal mines here broke
this morning as the miners were going
to work, and the car dashed down the
mountain. Two men were killed in stant-
ly. Eleven others were seriously hurt,
and many of them, it is thought, will
die from their injuries.

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. Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he
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city of Toledo, county and State afore-
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sum of one hundred dollars for each
and every case of catarrh that cannot
be cured by the use of Hall's Catarrh
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t How Florida Is Being Developed in the
I Most I Distant Places.
Col. J. J. Dunne of the Florida Land
Sand improvement company (Disston
d purchase) arrived from Kissimmee City
last night and, with a party of friends,
registered at his old headquarters, the
Windsor.
Col. Dunne says that the Improve-
ment company has disposed of fully
500,000 acres in the last year and only a
Little over a half-million acres of the big
four-million-acre purchase remain un-
sold.
The Okeechobee Drainage company
- has acquired 1,2000,000 acres, the pro-
portion the state agreed to give of
drained lands. When all of the work is
done they will have secured 2,000,OCO
s acres, and to secure the balance are re-
Squired to spend $150,000 more.
The Drainage of these lands, contrary
to the predictions of many who deemed
it too vast an undertaking, has proven a
decided success. Thousands of acres
Once under water now have upon them
immense sugar-cane fields and groves of
tropical fruits.
The sediment of the waters is now the
surface, and in 'all of Florida there is no
such fertile land, Vegetation, in this
vegetable mould, grows with wonderful
luxuriance.
L The offspring of the Okeechobee
Drainage company, the institution which
owns the St. Cloud sugar mill, has been
decidedly successful with the the culture
of cane, having producedit or such size
that neither Louisiana nor Jamaica can
compare with it. The company has put
1,000 acres more in sugar-cane for the
coming season.
Another offspringg of the Okeechobee
Drainage company will plant rice on an
extensive scale. Altogether, 2,000 asres
will be put an this cereal, experiments
having demonstrated that it will grow
and produce magnificently.
The Kelly Bros. of Louisiana have
taken a large lease of lands and have
al ready begun the planting of rice and
will finish planting about June 1. They
have had much experience in Louisiana
and for the last *three years have been
experimenting in the Kissimmee valley.
The result of these experiments is that
they find the minimum product for each
acre will be about twenty barrels.
The price of rice is from $3 to $4 per
barrel. At present rice rules in the
markets of New Orleans at $5.85 per
barrel. An acre's product should bring
at the very least $100.
The Kelly Bros. have taken their lease
on the same terms applied'to all respon-
sible parties. The first year they are
given the rent on account of ditching,
banking and breaking up of the lands.
For the next three years "they agree to
give the company a royalty in rough
rice.-
At Kissimmee the company has com-
menced the erection of a large mill,
whose annual capacity will be the prod-
uct of 4,000 acres or 280,000 bushels.
Planters who may be attracted by the
Peculiar conditions of the Kissimmee
valley; conducive to. prolific crops of
rice, having an extra inducement in the
offer of Kelly Bros., which is that they
will take all the rice there grown at the
market price ruling in New Orleaus.
These two industries are peculiarly
adapted to the lake shores and river
banks of South Florida. The soil is
filled with fertility almost inexhaustible
and in a few years, it is not unsafe to
prophecy, these will be crops to which
Florida will owe a considerable portion
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Inman to be President.
NEW YORK, March 5.-A dispatch re-
ceived in this city to-day from Atlanta,
SGa., said that Hugh T. Inman is to be
made president of the Central Railroad
and Banking Company, at a salary of
L $20,000 a year. At the office of the Rich-
t end Terminal road this report was con-
firmed,though it was said that the change
in the management-of the Georgia Bank-
ing Company would be delayed, because
of the death of John H. Hall.
The Power of Money.
What a innfluence for good or evil is
exerted by the proper or improper use
of money. It seems to be the first es-
sential of modern life. Sad indeed is
the lot of that man or that woman
without money and without friends.
Especially in cases of sickness 'is the
need of money felt most pressingly,
and yet even the rich with all their
money fall into a state of poor health
and die, whereas, if their money was
rightly expended and the proper rem-
edies applied they might regain health
and strength.
Z. A. Clark, Atlanta, Ga.. says: "I
spent four hundred and eighty dollars
in gold to cure me of terrible blood
poison that affected my limbs and nose
and body with running ulcers. One
month's treatment of B. B. B. healed
the ulcers, restored my appetite,
strengthened my kidneys and added
21 pounds to weight."
Still, in spite of this and much other
testimony, there are many who refuse
to try the remedy, seeming to prefer to
pay large fees to physicians, or visit
distant springs in vain hopes of recov-
ery. The great truth, however, ever
shines brightly, and is t is that no
one who ever gave B. B. B. (Botanic
Blood Balm) a trial ever found disap-
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P. H. Rudolph, Talladega, Fla.,
writes: "I had blood disease for six
years, but nothing benefitted me, al-
though I paid two hundred and fifty
dollars for treatment. At last 1 tried
B. B. B. and found it a cheap and
quick blood purifier."
Oua market is clearing up of o'd
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
$3.00, while extra fine stock will reach
higher prices. Grape Fruit very scarce
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THE PROPRIETOR AND HIS W
FATALLY WOUNDED.

The Barroom Till Robbed of 8300-T
Black Thugs Escape in the Darkae
Detectives on the Trail-One Ne
Fractures Another's Skull at Athe
ATHENS, GA., March 6.-Particular
a bloody tragedy that occurred fo
miles from Athens reached here to-nig
The scene was at Saulter's bar, which
S situated just over the borders of
Clarke county line in Madison coun
At 11 ,o'clock last might two burly
groes entered the bar, ostensibly for
purpose of buying liquor. Both appear
to be under the influence of liquor a
were very noisy and boisterous in th
conduct. One approached Saulter,
proprietor of the bar, and asked him
an insulting tone for whisky. Saul
drew the required amount and handed
to him. The negro said: "What i
haven't the money topay for it?" "W(
I will take the whisky back," respond
Saulter.
BENT ON CAUSING TROUBLE.
"I'll have the whisky, and I'll be -
if you shall have a cent," the negro
turned.
Mr. Saulter made an effort to regal
possession of the liquor, when the ruffi
drew a pistol and shot, the ball enter
Saulter's neck and infringing on the ju
ular vein, making an ugly and probab
serious wound. The negroes then fl
out of the door, but stopped some yar
from the house and began using very i
suiting language and swearing that th
intended returning and finishing the j
A WIFE'S FATAL BRAVERY.
Mrs. Saulter, alarmed by the report
the pistol, hurried to the scene, and, a
vancing through the barroom, stood
the door, a bold target for the balls fro
the deadly pistols. Again the repo
rang out, ana Mrs. Saulter fell to t
ground in a pool of blood, with her ar
fractured and bleeding profusely. Th
negroes now dashed into the bar, an
both taking deliberate aim at Saulte
who was helpless and unarmed, open
up a lively fusillade and emptied fop
more barrels into their victim., One e
termed the fleshy portion of the thig
while two entered his left side and on
fractured his should dier blade. The tw
scoundrels now proceeded to rob the ba
and secured $300. They fled under cov
of the night and escaped. Saulter wi
die and his wife's condition is precariou
SDetectives are on the trail, and if tt
; scoundrels are apprehended they will b
:; summarily dealt with. -
A SKULL FRIOTUREDl.
SA frightful and blood difficulty oe
S curred -here last night between two ne
groes, named Parrott and Lee. The bon
of contention waste refusal of Lee t
be shoved about playfully, and in reta
nation he struck Parrot over the he ac
-' fracturing his skull and otherwise inju]
ing him. Parrott will die and Lee i
S being pursued by the sleuth-hounds o
justice. ,
S? f DEATH OF 8 NATOR HEARST.
He Succumbs to a Lungering and Paintlu
S'Illness.
WASHINGTON, March 7,--Senator Geo
Hearst of California died at his residence
S on New Hampshire avenue, in this city
at 9:10 p. m. "
S. He had been ill for a long time, and
in December last went to New York city
to consult with Dr. Charles S. Ward in
Regard to his condition. The physician
found he was afflicted with a complica
tion of diseases, resulting from serious
derangement of the bowels. Actingoi
the physician's advicehe returned t<
his family in this city and yielded him
-self to medical treatment.
r : Notwithstanding the fact that he re
ceived the benefit of most careful nurse.
n ng and most skillful medical attention,
his steady and uninterrupted decline was
-7 observed, and it was seen several weeks
ago that his case was a hopeless one
Dr. Ward has been almost constantly in
attendance upon him since his return
'from New- York, and during the past
few weeks he has been assisted in his
treatment by Dr. Lincoln of this city.
Therewas a decided change for the
worse in the senator's condition a day or
two since, and he grew weak-very rap-
idly. He will be buried in San Fran-
cisco.
SHOT HIS WIFE DEAD.


Murderous Deed ot a Doctor Crazed by
Whisky and Jealousy.
BIMINGHAM, ALA., March 6.-At the
Horse Creek mines, in Walker county,
this morning Dr. W. J. Matthews shot
hiswife five times, killing her instantly.
He has for some time thought his wife
was untrue to him, and exhibited his
jealousy by threats. He was drinking
Monday, and last night his wife went to
a neighbor's to spend the night, being
afraid of him. When she came home
this morning, without waiting for words,
he shot her. Their little children, of
whom there are five, scattered over the
neighborhood crying and screaming. The
neighbors came crowding in, and Mat-
thews offered to give himself up, but
contrived to escape by the back door. He
was overtaken, and in spite of attempts
to lynch him was put .on a train and ta-
ken to Jasper jail. He was physician to
the mines, and is about 35 years of age.
Rough On St. Augustine.
WASHINGTON, March 5.-Secretary
Proctor has sent to the House the re-
port of Capt. Black, corps of engineers,
on the results of the preliminary exam-
ination of the harbor at St. Augustine,
Fla., for its improvement so as to make
a deep sea channel over the outer and
inner bars. It is the opinion of Capt.
Black,.concurred in by Col. Craighill,
i division engineer, and chief of the en
gineers, that there is no necessity foi
the formation of a deep sea channel
over the outer and inner bars, at a cost
of $1,500,000, and that the locality is
not worthy of improvement.
O' *Seemed to be 0lakmigi
NEWYORK, March 7:P_e Red Star
- Line steamer Pennland, whichh arrived
this port from Antwerp, reports tiat
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