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"Blow your own horn."
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THE JUG TRADE


A SPECIALITY.


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(SUCCESSO TO E. McCALL & SON)
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Casings, Flooring, Ceiling, Turning.
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Agents for Averill's Paints and Fillers .
Small Sail and Row Boats built to orJer. Estimates of all kinds of work furnished


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ITS 'CAUSES AND CURRB.-ScientleaflHy
treated b v an aurist of world wide reputation.
Deafness eradacated and entirely cured, of
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treatments have failed. How the difficulty is
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of cures _rom prominent furole mafle


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Number 12.


Micanopy, Fla.. Thursday, Mar:h 19, 1891.


S FLORIDA STATE NEWS.
.+ '-'+ *; .-. -' s ,.= .:
S CULLED FROM OUR EXCHANGE INi
;-CONDENSED FORM.
'Itema of e-Lle or sno merest, Pat' Hap
penlns. "All. the same,*,_rom Differ
;en Prt of the Sltlrepared by EBd
' +'+ -nISt o r a:dn B O M "'.; *. ,
ainavell Sntine. S n
S -.rv;,X R-BMeLeon, formerly -.pastor
', of LAua Street Presbyteriain Church,
0-. Jacksoinville, has been given charge ol
a inission work in Palatka& He began
W ork here about for weeks ago, and
'i.fdr tht flrst'time in this -ity,-through
+ the untiring erffos. of this very popui
'lal yotng divhab, a colored PResbyte-
: rian church has been organized, with
membership of thirty-eight, andwith
: a Sabbath-schoilof upwards of eighty
scholars. 'They have a fine choir, con-
slting of Profi Peter Joseph, Messrs
SRobinsof and Berry, bassos;, Miss Al
Sice Thompson ayd MesdamesJ. Capers
'"and F. R McLean, sopranos; Mrs. 'L.
P.Thomp8on, Mrs. Doyle, alto. Or-
.+ ginist, Mrs. J.. Eichelberger. These
are some -of the ftniest singers, in-the
city. Prof.Peter Joseph and hib hq ir
Sassociates are to be congrfaulated for
Sthe earnest and *illiag desire they
J lave uwitifested in rearing up in the
i. Geminity a house -ofworshnp;: Nego-
ttiations haveabout beeucoimtpletedJor
purhA.siung a lot for the erectipn of a"
:church. In fact plAns have bpen per-
fected-up-to where the erection oF-a
S(ihurehwill commence on 6raboutJrun, e
: .next,. Ere the lbir.lh begin to s-ing and
S the oraitigeblossomSwbegin to throw off
hi teir sweet fragiran'e over this land of
sunshine and. flower, .Prof, P:.Joseplih
Swilt hie himself to .Jukoa)kville and
S,- ther wed one of the me-.tropoli', most
S aecompli!hed belles. Rev. lfteLean:
and family were flit recipleata o! a sur-
priseparty hot many night, ago which'
: resulted in their receiving $25 worth of
Sva+luables. The know-how-rto-do alld
active Mrs. Thomas a,,d ifrs. Coieman
.. were the originators, supported by a
S.host of Palatka's warmest aud mostaTf-
S fectionate citizens. G
St.AiwuetsseDemeiocrat..
.m Ramo Hernandez, ex sheriff of St.
SJohns county, died last night at 9:45
S o'clock, froiu a complication of diseases.
Mr. Hernandez wassheriff of St.Jqhns
county for fourteen yeairsand has hosts

of tends who will deeply regret to
healrf his death.
S Jaspe'g-Nesa. of
The Savannah Morning Says of
Floridai A state that can produce an-
wor, h of honey, $40,-
r'-h of strawberries, $40,0006
td :worth 'chogs,$30,000 worth of sheep,
S $8350,00 worth of beet, $750,000 worth
.of sponges, $350 000 Worth of fish and
Soystersri, $3,500,000 worth of oranges,
Slemons, limes and Dineapples, $65,-
:. 006 worth of sugar and-molas,!es,$200'
.: .')000 worth of rice, $500,0o0 worth of
Scedar, $4.000,000 worth of cotton, and
Thousands of dollars worth of other
.I things, can very well afford to have
Sits praies sounded.,
aroe bovdeSpring.
S It is understbod that the Palatka
Lumber and Manufacturing Com-
Spany of Palatka, Fla., has within the
Si last few:days purchased of Major R.
B. Canovafnd H. H. Burrows mill
,",property just south of the Western-
S railway and the lots belonging to
Major Canova lying north of the rail
S road including the river front. It is
o not known what the lands- are to be
>^i.- used for, but it is presumed that a
,(,' branch of the Palatka business will
"): be established here, :Which, if true,
will be a great addition to the inlus
; tries of Green Cove. The progress of
the town thusmnoves on apace.
Kiwimmce Leader. ..
During the recent 1hgh wind a
large oak tree near the kitchen in
, ) Rev;C. E. Jones': yard was uprooted,
;+:and as the roots ran tinder the kit-
chen, thatalso was rurned over and
-- wrecked, brealting the stove, dishes
^ and other furnishings of the tenant,
" ;:" Will Swindle. ,
D Dictator Reed's reign is over,,
lGoodrich didn't succeed in steal-
4 i, ng Bullock's seat in cdng-eas. He
;_is now a wiser, if a sadder and poorer
e W oWd Couwter. -
Last Saturday night the saw-mill


and all the fixtures and sI] the fixtures
and out-builditigs owned by C. W.
Mann, of Adamsville, were completely
destroyed by tire. Mr. Mann sf-eemis to
be unfortunate in losing his mills by
fire-this being the second time within
the past two years that his mill has
beer destroyed in this way. The fire
in both instancei ignited from a burx,
ing saw-dust pile.
S, Atlacehicna Times.
A fewdays since the Kimball Lum ,-
hber Co. cleared, the Norwegian barK
Wodon-for Dundee, Scotland, with
S;.' 3068;,000 feet of pine.
S .Capt. -Campb of the Liberty, ar-
rived- a few days since from Key
S West where'he had been to dispose
'Of his catch of sponge. He had 800
.-"-:bunches which he reaoily disposed
Soffor $1.f00. The Liblrty was on-
-thereefo for five months. She will
S t be hauled out on the ways, repaired,
'"" arid sail again for the reef.
.- The evangelists Waller and Tasker
S wif'begin a series of meetingson the
Second Sunday in March. at Brooks-
I-f:Ille, The services will be held
u 'ndd s large tent which will be
= broT-ght-here for that purpose.
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MissJ. B. Harris, the Chicago
masheress. whom we mentioned in
ourlast issue, met with a severe ac*
evident last week by falling out of a
buggy, medical aid was luckily near
- at hand, and Miss Harris was helped
. back into the buggy and he injuries
. attended to. We are pleased to hear
that under the doctor's skillful treat-
ment, the lady will soon be restored
r to complete health.
In our synopsis of the irrigating
'plants now being put in around the
i lake, we missed that of Mr. Albis-'
Ston-of South Lake, who is putting in
a pump and pipe. He contemplates
pumping water from the artesian
well he put down some years ago.
B.- Coggins of Hammock Pond, is
also putting in a plant. He will get
water from a system of wells by hand
pqwer.
Florgida Agricuulurist:
Many of our orange growers, be-
coming tired of the shy-bearing pro-
perisities of the navil orange trees,
have resorted with a marked degree
of success to the girdling knife. This
may be a risky business, as "it may
injure the vitality of the tree, and it
ray riot; upon this suljoet, as upon
ev\ory other .connected with thh or-
ange businso, there i a diversity of
Pi'iiin. Th1 orange growert- say,
hwev,-r, that injary- or no iNIjury
they. are orFl ap to co-eliIrinb the prcae-
tihe as long as it ihnkes thie rees pro-
dluce ,ofcri.e".ps, as Iin-y had rather
havea, dead tree' without fruit +thaot+
a vlife, n f, Ir in tI i r' i r ie os
there will be no .pxppens- i r culti-
v:ting and fertil '.iiz -----
1itia. It lyer w. t .
+Irt hi IpOeus ofortar.s hav i
been inmale durlio the iAs week, and
Ie aple rair,, of the grove, i- lI-ing
ra'pIdlyCeI:.n-ieI.. We are byininia
to mi--ssuj oeA the g-.ldin fruiti, but --
tll their place cmnes the heatuliful
white blos-iomus whe-r, :nt r:tne. is so?
acceptable. Ripeort-IW S atd white
blooms against the rich green b:tick-
'ground make a beautiful foliage.
S. Bronson of South Rock Ledge,I *
has sold his valuable orange grove
and handsome residence to Mr. 9ild-
win of, New Haven, Conn. This is
one of the most valuatbl, properties
inour neighborhood, aad we uider-
stand the consideration was $12,000
We believe the greater portionof the
winter residents and property hold-
era in Rock Ledge hail from Con,
necticut. "
st. Augustine Democrat,.
About two weeks ago a man appar-
ently about 30 years of age and a
young girl about 14 or 15 years ar-
rived in this city and secured board
at a small hotel. The young girl
would readily have passed for his
daughter, but such was not the case
as, subsequent facts prove. About
three days after their arrival a doctor
was called in and this young
girl gave birth to a child. The baby
was turned over to the keeping of a
negro woman who resides about two
miles south of St. Augustine, where
she is at present. The scoundrel that
blasted that young girl's life has de-
serted her and no doubt she is l.ft in
des circtituteumstances. This fellow
should he caught and strung up with,
out any ceremony of law. He is
worse than a midnight assassin, and
hanging is too good for him.,
Madison Recorder- .
Corn a dollar a busheland cotton
away down below zero. Moral-plant
more corn and less cotton..
Polk County. News.
H. P. Logan, Esq., shipped last week
off his excellent grove near the city
twenty-three thousand orange trees to
California. It is needless to state that
Attorney Logan has one of the most
luxuriant groves in the State; the rev-
enue from which runs way up in the
htindreds. His orange grove beats a
fat bank account with compound in-
terest. .
Afew years ago Tatum Bros.brought
Geo. Hinesman, a colored man, to this ]
county as a laborer. A short while aft-
erwards he ho,uesteaded 160 acres of
iand near where Phosphate City now


stands. He never made many improve-
ments on the place, but a few days ago
Tatum Bros. sold his place for $5,000
p.ashand'deposited the same with tihe
bank. Who save the colored man can-
not do well in Florida .
"c('aIt Platii D'eaet'r.
SAt Ihe meeting of the school board
on the 2,1 and 3d there were issued-
130 warrants to teachers. A sum
mer normal to be held at Anthony,
b ginninv about the '1st of May and
continuing about three nonith was
establisiahen. Prof. Geo. Stewart and
Mlrs. F. S. SamillIie were elected-
teachers. The select ion of the place
for holding the Normal was left t,9
the choice of the teachers of the
county. The votes were mainly di-
vided between Anthony and Lake
Weir-Anthony receiving 24 and
Lake Weir 12. Petitions from citi.
zens of Ocala and Citra, through
their supervisors, asking for an. ex-
tension of school term for two
months, were refused. ,The treasure
submitted hi monthly 'report which
show,- $3,232.47 collected and dis-:
bursed. 1
The Fquabblings over the World's Fair
remind us that hisa subordinates were
going to kill Columbus half a dozen
times before he discovered "land four
hundred years ago. But he-got there
eventually, all the same.


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Grainesville Advertisements. Tih, MInic Hos' of Florida,

A. 0. STEENBURG, -
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in A itB e AMPBELL


Jacksonville, Fla.
Carry the largest stock in South Atlantic
States of


PIANOS &

ORGANS.
Violins. Banjos, Guitars, Accordeons, Anto-
-Harps, Strings, Sheet Music., small Instru-
ments, trimming and anything and
everything musical at' lowest
Northern 'prices. '-
LA kt i Weber, Haines Brothers,
SI INewby & Evans,. Morris.,
,OR GAN A $ Farrand & Votey. Chica-
... .. U V go Cottage, Vocalion.
I especially recommend the IIaines Brothers-
Planos and Farrand und Votey Organs as fur-
nishing the best value of any Instrument in-tbe
world. The F. and V, organs can be taken to--
utce-eaud put to together in five minutes by -
any intelligent 10 year-old boy and are .
cmvry respect recognized as the best organ in m
tb- United States. < "
EAStYTERMS: $10 monthly on Planos and
and $95 it, Organs till paid. Just think af4tl
Anyone can own .an jnstrumen-ir.pn uch -
,ternu-. Little more than ordinary rer'end
for Free Cataloguei. State what t n' nt
.\ou want and you will promptly get flnt'ior- '- .
miation that will a.tonish you. I hare Wime-
big hargars in ECU ND-HAND PIANOS
AND OHGANS. Speud one cent for a postal
eard aud write for valuable information. .
A. B. CAMPBELL _.


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Silver and PlIated .vv *'are.
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All kinds of work done in the best manner.


FRIED G. W VEII-IE, COcla -1a,
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JOHN W. ASHLEY, President.


J. J, BARR, Vice President.


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JAS. JM. GRAHA M, (' ,O'ier.


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UNDERTAKING.
H u~tchiinson s Fritre Establislhment

Carries the largest and most complete assortment of Furniture and
House Furnishine Goods of any other house in Alachua county.

Burial Supplies, Wood and Metalic

CASKETS.
This line is full and complete. "Undertaking department open day and
night. Telegraph orders will receive prompt attention, either day or -night.
Will personally attend funerals in any part of the county.


O OFFICERS; :
H.C. WRIGHT. V.-Pres; R. B. McCONRNELL, Cashier.


JNO, F. DUNN, Prest.;


Accounts of Merchants, Farmers, and Individuals' soli ited.
Has the Largest Individual Deposit of any Bank
In Florida. See sworn report-to Comptr.olls' Our
rency, December 19th, 1890.
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A. S. HUTCHINSON,


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Manager, Undertaker and Embalme


- $200o,000.00
$16,500.00'


INot Incorporated Under Act of 1889.


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Paid up Capital -. ... $50,000.00
Authorized Capital - $150.000,00
Surplus and Undivided Profits $25,000 00
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W. AGNEW, President; W. H. COUCH, Vice-President.


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A. McINT'Y -E, Cashier.


Also Wholesale Dealers for


The Most Noted Lager Beers, Ales, Etc.
jA forPabst Brewing Co.'s Beer.. Sole Agent for Wallace's Land of Flowers Whiskies
rSd dan^ lerswilfind it to theirRdvantae to send for catalogue and price uxl Al
ordrs .......ret..i ,.,r ,, attention. P-rices moderate.
Aents for the State of Florida for tha Silver King, Sour Mash, 1875, $12 per ease, 10 per cent.
discount in six case lots. WhiskieasGins, and Rums from $1.50to$6.0 per Galion.
OrN o Liquorsippedt C -.-
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LIPPMAN BROS. Proprietors,
WHOr.EiBAT. D VGrla'ra,
ippma Block, SAVANNA GA.L
For sale by W W Johnson & Co.
Mioanopy, Florida j


--WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN-


OFFICE FURNITURE, MATTING, ETC.
Also Coffins, Caskets, Metalic Cases and UInder-
takerst' Gonords.


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Agricultural Implements,

Paints, Oils and Glass, Mill Supplies,
saddlery aand Harness.

FURNITtURE!
I am Headquarters for STOVES OF ALL KINDS, and Sole Agent for
the Celebrated CHARTER OAK 81OVES. I want your trade.
Give me a trial and I will guarantee satisfaction.
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Mir. Duan to the Farmers. i
"-In aspoech to a large and enthusi-
astic Farmers' Alltanoe at DoFuniaek i
oun the '14th, Hon. Jno. F. Dunn
made the following remarks:
-Ie said: "The principles enunciated
by the Farmers' Alliance which in
short I understand to be the over
throw of sectionalism, a reduction of
taxation, to a government economh-
ically administered, state arid inter-
state control of railroads, a sound,
staple and flexible currency issued by
the government in accordance with
supply and demand; an honest dollar
receivable for all dues, public or
private; a sale banking system thot
admits no favoritism and which will
make a contraction of the currency
for speculative purposes impossible-
are sound governmental principles,
and are the corner-stone of democ-
racy. I for one am in full accord anid
aud symipathv with them, and will
hearty co-operate with the farmers
and industrial classes in securing'
such a condition of thingss" H4e
then suggestedd what lie thought
would be valuable improvements in
the present banking laws, admitting
that there are many objectionable
features in the present national bank-
iug lawv's. Mr. Dunn was enthusi-
astically received by the many people
who have heard of hid generosity
and know hiim to be a nman of ster-
ling honesty and splendid business
qualification.
Two Pa.4pr -r a Week for a Dlala-
0 a Year.
The "Twice a week" Edition of the
St. Louis llapubiic is at once the best
and the cheapest news journal in the
A world. It .is, a big seven -column
a paper, containing. six to eight pages
each issue or twelve to sixteen every
e week and is mailed every Tuesday
d and Friday. Its readers get the niews
of the day almost as promptly and
s fully as the readers of a Daily and
. half a week ahead of any Weekly in
s every state in the Union. Yet the
s price is Only One Dollar A Year.
Special. Missouri, Illinois and Texas
, Editions are printed, and a General
s Edition for other states contains
e nothing but details of important
events- of interest every where. The
) .Republic is the 1. ,tii._' Democratic
paper of the country, aggressive, but
at the same time liberal and the only
thoroughly national journal in the
whole country. Remember the pricE
d is Only One Dollar A Year. Sample
h copies, also an illustrated Premiumn
td Catalogue sent free on application
e Address The Republic St. Louis M5o
,- ADDITIONAL LOCALS.
e The Lone Star Dining" Room
G-ainesville,, Fla., recently opened
al opposite Endel Bros., proves to be E
great convenience to the, visitors t(
e that city. Besides furnishing th(
E very best table in the 'city, Mr. Cul.
verhouse has an excellent line o
)Tfine ,Viskeys, Beer, etc., seperate
r but convenient ;to the Lone. Stai
h Dining Room. When you are in th(
d city give him a o-all. (1st f)
's For the benefit of our vegetabh
9 growers and the protection of hones
B. commission mnerchants -we publish
re below a list of commission house!
y' whose paper has been protest(
St through the First National Bank o
Gainesville, and 'furnished to us b;
M{r. Jas. 5M. Graham, cashier:
W. B3. Metcalf & Co., Richmond
)n Va.; G. W. Shallcross & Co., Ne\
)n Yo-rk: Fairbanks & Parker, Ne-^
Ie York ;-Ma~xfild & To~dd, New Y~ork
,,t Wm. Baker & Co:, Baltimore, Md.
Christie. & Rittnhouse, -I 'ilade
x-phia, Pa.
el.Messrs J. Vv. Carter and A.
he Shuford have formed a copartne
aI ship for the purpose of soliciting
et buying and packing vegetables. *"Tb
p. reputation of these gentlelnan a
successfull 0pera"tors-in that, line is
guarantee that somebody will have
as '"get UD and dust" to keep them fret
at getting more than their share of th
rs. business. "The houses wl~iiil, the
to Will represent are among the best i


the country and consist of such r(
ifable firms as Killough & Co. Nev
th York, Redfield & Son Philadelphi
dr/. -and Tatem & Co. of Baltimore, Loo
me 'out for their ad.
)or Prof. O.B. Walton principal of o0
)ut public school met with quite, a paih
e ful and unfortunate accident on Fr
" day last. During the recess hot
;k. Mr. Walton was practicing athlete.
hie feats with tne boys, and, while rui
nd nin, g for jump, the muscular coi
r-" tr on ,,ed tie fracture of tL
MV knee cap o-f the, left leg. He-w,
on taken to the Quarterman House in
te Immediately and the wound carefully
Vie, tterlded to by Di.,W. W. Joh-nso]
't It is fearedftia;at a, ,per,,.1un,-n1tdeforn
tn.# ity will be the result.' At the presei
ms wr'itiiii'the patient is r.-.ting nice]
-Iff a,,lid everything is beingdone by b
the friends that will Make an early r
e-,o, rvor pl.. iil d,.
t TlI,e11 0ll giv,-n at the Tuskawil
mt Hotel Friday evening was large]
^a" att,:-nli.-d and-was" dei,-idtly the mo
the: SuccessfUll affair of the kind th
-,0 11.l-been given in Micaiopy ,for
ge ,-n,2 n tiiii: The house was crowd(
q:. w>ith y'On !,g' ladies and Ig Le.ni,
1,6 lktc-i C- on the- outer, _-edges the old
3o element -were- observed who we
'illv forced to yield to the "l ,.-, t.,( aI
, 1. 1 cliiyalr;"" '-'re":'uti. on that occ
nd sion. i The music.,_was excelentai
.ts, theb icecream and straws nr i .-- cou
'50, not ber surpassed. The pleasure
cod the evening is due en;ir, y to i.fj
md Hagood and her able assistants su
eir ppl.: mIt.'.l by the, untiring efforts'
th 0
there r .an dlordhtimself.. Mi.-r d., ii.; M
,l. pa~rtaking of "fi-.iin ;s]i1 dire
a other amusing aud refreshing en t-
hed pr;.-'" the party r,.n e, to 01.i
honies sleepier ,but. happier in hnv'ii
I'ie particiipat,.Adin the. plv.iures t
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D. E. TtHOMPSON.' Editor.


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Thousands of acres of cabbage will B lioardman Happenings. The Hartford Fire Insurance Co(|vA
soon be cut and the growers are look- Boardman is still in the ring, but is now ready for business in this see-!JJ 1A ^
ing forward to the return, with some bl "disf tion,andweouldle glad to furnish|
uneasiness, aR it is thought by some persons, who desire insutauee of any
that the crop is too large for profit ',udge Hickson and lady rode kind, rates on any class of property
able disposition, though our streets a few days ago. mentioned in South Eastern Tariff -
The Judge is working on our statu- Association. D. E. THoMIPSON,
Thee Masons had quite an interest- tor5, laws. Agerit.
Iu g m eating last S saturday and, w e Gel V u a F a Aient.
Understand, that two new embersFrank Ditto
understanditi atd B'wo n fpmembers too[Ki in the military and competitive -in ,b elpa ,, nrnpdiatonr-wI, ..inefv ... ....
.M rp a liePlni,lv and howrnibly, by iose of
were Initiated'. 1, .-ro. Pratt, of Palat- piI at Ocaa last weekw Theyspeak rh, it., ... ..r o.. a.nd mit ,,,,r
ks, took. the whole business in and highly of the arou c an H d().til.. ... sl. rt.vrl tolrni.A..y
eeigly of the various commands. w th1 a. ti(y


SUBScRIPTION RATE: One year,
$1.00; six months, 50 cents; thite
months, 25 cents. All subscriptions
due in advance.
JOB PRINTING: Connected with
the paper is a complete and well-
appointed job printing office, and
w ith hew type and presses and com-
petent: priatprs, satisfaction is as-
sured all who may favor us with a
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with promptu'ss arid -ecuracy and
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ADVURTISING RATES depend upon
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WctlVe'idlay, M.arch 18, 1891.

Alliance Meeting'.'
At a regular meeting of Micanopy
Alliance, Lodge No. 004, the follow-
ing resolutions were adopted:
WHV.n.EKK.s, Bro. 0. 11. Walton hav-
ing met with a serious accident on
the evening of March 13th,
; R'SOVED"' ls't., That we tender
him our heartfelt sympathies inl his
afflictions; ,.and-, hereby, commend
him ,to- the -teIder mercies of Him
that "Doeth All Things Well."
RE-SOLVED 2nd, That the mem-
bers of this Lodge visit him and
tender him all the aid in their pow'-
er. J. W. SMITH,
-, J.A. Caosny,
.Committee.
WHEERAS, The Farmers'Alliance
and Industrial Union is without rep-
resentation in the press of the coun-
ty, and,
I WHEREAS, THE TUSIx-AWILLA
NEWS,. a newspaper, published in
Micanopy, is owned and controlled
by members of the order and are
s stritving to advance the interests of
the same, therefore be it ,
;- REsoivc,),,That we, the officers
.ia.. and members of Micanopy Sub-AllI.
ance,'eLodge-No. 604, do, hereby, en
dorse THi- TUSIAIWILLA NEWS as
the official newspaper organ of this
: "ub-Alli nce, and request the.Coun.
cy Alliance meeting; to be held i,
C' Gainesville, Wednesday March -18th
to endorse THlE TUsKAW'ILLA" N-EW
as the official Alliance organ of the
county.
in consideration of the faot tha
the management of -the Wyorld'!
Columbian Exposition is to appoin
a superintendent of the Horticul
tural Department, be it
RESOLVED, That Micanopy Sub
Alliance, Lodge No. 604, recommend
to the County Alliance that such
petitions and requests be forwarded
:' to said management that will secure
the appointment of a fair and impar
tial superintendent of the Horticul
:',"... tural Departnment, realizing tha
r': :California and Florida will be th
.''t: -tro Ifest contestants, and recom
r -, m':ndillngsoweepbrson for said posi
,tion who will be perfectly neutra
and impartial in said management.
IRESOLVED, further, That thes
resolutions, be publisded in TH:
TUSKA)VyILLA M.WS. ,, .*
S Otlhe:rbt'inesiii '-.t importancee .wa
: ,also tr'ansacted, vWt: Tie election
of P. A. / Ruhl secretary and A. JT
Shuford treasurer,, vice. J. W. Smit
:-and J. A. Crosby resigned. Date an
: place of future.- meetings-Carter'
Hall, 1st and 3rd Saturdays, at
o'clock a. m. Thos. McCredie, J. B
Martin and D. E. Thompson wet
. selected as delegates to the Cotint
: Alliance at Gainesville on 18th ins
S" 1 O, $ 8 7 .

An:in crease lof 15 ets. per crate o
barrel crates and ,,7/ cts. o
small crates hasb6en recently mad
bby ail -lines to the eastern'marke
.... This means a heavy ;,hiti,,mal e;
'v^-' '* pense: to the grower and togeth(

-:.: -with the hi'gl'price of~labor nd'tt
.? ,; Inereased' value of crate matefi,
.'-' will con'siderable shorten,, the "n
.proe'eed- from tlhe vegetable cr0o
:, 'Tlo rates formerly cliarged .v
.....-* ".* thought, were !high enough an'd
-. these lines had been. carry ing
... r- .. thosee rates for,. four 0or. fi ve .yea
-,: without ,coimplaint we are'forced
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: of the rate yet will be-satisfied if sor.

*'" :-ntl indiff,:rnt stuff can be shut. o
:" '".*\ 0f ohenuiiike't whi01h will create b,
; .^ 'ter 1priees for eare-fully selected stoc


/ '*' This appears to us to be a plausib
" :,- :I-ution and as the, railroad an
,' ,^ steaimlioat companies refuse;-t0
quiie pitepayweut -of. freight on ai
:" ; th;.ng we thiuk that the commissi,
.. -. men in the eastern citie-;, tl~eir ag'er
: i. n .in this ,tate .affd the respohsiV
.. ... shippers Jnight try in some way
choke offgthe indifferent and irrespc
.':v.,- sIbig shippers, and, by that mea
iur'rease" the.. value: of their .ti
'- ^ whicl will enable them.tmo meet t
-'" 'inc reasd rates without loss.- .
I I rd,'r to sh,.,w towiwhdt',exte
tis incD.ren.B:.d ratet will effect t
t liock,.'t ,,f tlhe shil.per. we haveinv,
r .*:- r tigatud the ?uhbje--ct a.ud find ilat t
-., stations of Mlicauo.py,- E%,in ti-
S... e ln t,_,)h, Board m a n." ad Orau
.. : -Lake"will probably ship 4.00.00 pac

.;"! ; ageS-Of, ,e!.,,t(able ad. in ,lta' h
-- 4 : ,f them will fgeeast, and it is safe
:' say that 50,OQOof .iliat, amount w
ibe largecrates anld fiud tlnit t'tli,'e l
per crate will amount to11r,51,| a
- that 150,0u0 small craters It <
\, winl be $11,260 making in all a I.,
:" that the vegf-table grower;-are fore
L" t) pay that -ho.tuld 'iu all ri-lit.a
justice beallowad to r'emaiu in th
pockets. ,
.: There will be a mf Ctin|, of
.cuiint" Farm-.cr, Alliance to,,l.,Y a
-.we trukt somcmet eodh \\illJe ha'tct
-up by thvm that will aidl I'rip, I
in zv-v; itigt h! it $! ,7Ji '. ,O,


count of same.
Married, at the ,apist, church
Sunday morning. ,Re.L. D. Geiger
officiating, Mr. Harper C. :Cully,
of Fellowship, and A is S&Ilie
T. Sanfjhez, ofiY:vi"ston. THE NEws
-xtenlds eoi. u ..... (, nd. w u IA ii'l.es
exteds cun'rt nations and i( o,


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TYe Methodist Whurch was filled
last Sunday with an appreciative
audience, to hear Rev. Mr. Hillburn's
sermon. We saw many of the old
familiar faces once more ip. their ac-
customed places, as woll as many
llewV ones.


vegetables and Country Produce,
HARLES ST. = .% 1 o
Stei ls ST .. Bl a LTtoO
Stencils-furnished on-application(.


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Citizens A'ational t Bank of Ba-.lti7-ore ..d..
The nationall B ,ink of the Aorthl'7' Libe'ies Pliil. Ps.


E. ,.[. Hacker, Proprietor
THE LARGEST ANDI MOST COMPLETE ESTAB-
LIkIMENT SOUTH.
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DOOHS SASH <& .111,NDS
MOULDING BUILDING MATERIALSS
C'IAILESTO, )S. C.-


F or" -Sale.O 1T E Z U _Am-
One hundred header o,. Thep 1THEA
entire lot can be bought at $1.00 per OCALA, FLA.. -
head. Smaller lots, something 1
higher. OTIS IL. FEASTER. A---ATES ,.',OO Pm jjAY--
WOOD, WOOD, WOOD, ree B"s f 'al
W O I Sp)eciali ates by Week or Montlh,

DELIVERED, IN ANY PART OF A. 3. DAvI*l MA"AUiM4.
THE CITY AT THE LOWEST ) -1
PRICES. -1. HAMILTON,
-5tf- G. J. HAiOOI). AG
W S. DURHAM, EVINSTON, -." FLORIDA,
....* d,.s., i,'s t, in forn t he Uadies ,
CITY BARBER'& JEWELER. that sre is l,4 r,.p:r(-,I to do
ok ^Sewing, or-Cutting a4n!
Neat' Work Guaranteed. 9 E h ,

311GANOPY. : .FLORID"A. ,, ^^,0MS


them a long jif-e, full of haWpiness. We have enjoyed a spell of beauti-
ful, balmy weatheerftor sometime pre-
essrs. Carter & Owen, our enter- vious to Thursday, when the heavens
rising orange and vegetable pack- were Irown open and earth and
Ors, bought six ora.,Oe wrappers to vegetation were refreshed by copious
Oe placed in position this summer, rains, but the same was followed by
to pack the coming crop. Thie ma- a cold, north wind which resulted in
chines wi-i be run by steam and wilt quite a cold snap and some frost Sat_
be a great improvement over the urday. What damage was done to
present system. the growing crops, if any, we have
n~ot had time to learn.
As the present session of tile Pil'b- I
lie School lacxcd only two weeKs of A few days previous to thi. and
being completed at the time of Prof. 'during the delightful spell of weath-
Walton's aceid;eQt, wo ar'e requested er then prevailing, we had a trip up
by tha' gentiem..an to state that the and through the Evinston vegetable
school will bepermsnently closed for farms, particularly looking through
this session, and the balance of the the various crops of our enterprising
appropriation will be applied as part and indefaliguable trucker, IV. P.
payment on the debt due on the Shettleworth, whose fields of cab-
seats in the school room. bage beets, beans, cucumbers and.
-. tomatoes (aome of the latter in
A communication was received at bloom) greeted the eve far and near.
thiS office last week but to late for Mr. Sflottleworth was shipping one
pubhcaKon anouneigd the marriage hundred crates ofcabbage that day.
at First 'ir(eet CLurch Macon Ga- Crops generally were looking fine.
Feb.] lISH -h I I!).. rn -, AT .


''^PROVltD MAN 1.
sr SaIi.f,:(tii, guarani -.,- l. Give'her
a call, or .,cnd ou L .'r i!'.'< e" '

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I -- .j i ly lit iv iofw ern from, iS$ to
. "'. .' *r' t- ( ,, ir .,l e i r.c t, $ a irt, ,, e irr .a, youifo
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Livery Stable-
.W.'. AVENT, Proprietor.
GOOD HORS:S- .!-ND COMFORT-
ABLE VEHICLES.
A Fine Lot of
- ,,n \u)(.1-y ,sil a mN, ._ES E O RSE -
[r'On hand and] ,f', IFsale ;it i'..afrili.il
'lccs !atranage soii, ilc'tl,.
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r u- lou o.., uy Aitev. v- Al (jlrinstai-o
Mir. JanisC.. Craig to M;-, Mary
W. Laney. Tno brile is a grnnd
(Iau i: 1: ;" of Mrs. Laney v-l-o lives
n a.-....y. : .) W e 'hat : :'L, t la, cic
of ,, ,-*bids us iubl;yhin the
pr.entt? and other i ,.t..ii:,; mat-
ters pert-aii.n', ., the wedding.
:,,.-'-! ::.;-,h D ots.'


A few days afterwards we visited
the celebrated Mclntosh farms.
Here the eye took in large fields of
growing' potatoes, beans, etc. We
saw Mr. Norsworthy's great beet crop.
He has shipped 1,200, crates and lhas
thousands more. to ship; also cab-
bage.


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---- Mr. Kennedy was far ahead in pc-
It rains, the wind blows and our fatoes, having the finest and largest
trucker.-arez3 uneasy, appearance of any we have seen.
The family o Mrr. Simonday have Trt'ly the outlook for good crops and
aTed from Misy ofri and are doyta- remunerative prices is good for this

ciled at ,clnos section, for. we know that all north
of us it killed out, and down, south
Air. A 1. Kennedy ham the finest, the crops are poor and short. Tak-
potato crop iu this section. 11e ing it up one side and'down the oth-
knows how to grow fine truck, er, Florida can't be excelled in her


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agricultural, horticultur'-l and ,cli-
matic advantages, particularly this
section.
THE FINEST COUNTRY IN THE WORLD !
For what? W/hen "The Captain,"
some sixteen years ago, was out here-
seeking a home in this neighborhood
his constant companion was "The
Judge," whose great desire was to
locate all seeking' .homes (in this theft
a comparative wilderness). Riding
along one day through the 'adjacent
pire hills they took in .the house of
a man weV^ill call Jones. In reply
to a request for a drink of water,
tlmy were invited to "light and come
in." [ .
Mr. Jones Rent his wife, Sallie, to
the branch for A bucket of water.
The Judge, with th'e then uppermost
questions on his mind, said: "You
have a fine country here, I suppose?',
"The finest country in the world!"
"Have you a corn crop?" "Not r
stalk." "Of course you have a fine
cotton crop then?" "Not a boll."
"Then yo-u certainly have a fine po-
tatoe patch?" "Not er single'tater."
"WVlhy, my dear sir," said the Judge,
"do you say you that have a fine
country, then?" "Well, stranger,
it is a fine country! Finest country)
in the world for light'ard. You see
that old gun there? I fills up my pan
with fat light'ard and g$oes out in thI
woods of nights andm kills two or three
deer, takes the ham and hide's to
Ocaller and trades them for powder
and shot and calico and whiskey,
and all I wants. Yes sirree, it is the
finest country in the World for
light'ard.'" The Judge wilted.
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If the weather is propitious
Messrs. Thomas, Brydnf, and Martl
nez. will begin shipping beans this
week.
Rey. Mr. Hillburn preached an
able sermon at Marvin last Sunday
morning, and In-.,Ah,. r at McIntosh
at n"i g.
Solmle of the boys, were badly "left"
Sunday evening.:" -'We've been there,
and ofler all of our surplus con-
dolene-.

"The bell gtes ringing for Sarah,"
but our school bell will take exercise
only on Sunday nights after noxt

Some people, after reading our
communication last week, seemed to
think that we sometimes inJdulge in
"vain ir,-2LiiII,.h -," or a "blind
tiger,", or "something," that the
Therapentic would deera worthy of
prompt di-mcipline. Bnt we declare
that truth is often stranger than
fiction, with embellishments thrown
in for good measure..

Our attention has been called to
the fact that our instructions (from
observation, of course,) as to the
.best mode of "popping the question,"
failed to materialize in the case of a
certain young man with vwi7om we
- are acquainted. We dare say our in-
structions were not followed closely
or maybe the old chestnut, "I'll be a
sister," was sweetly offered our
young friend. Faint heart heart
never won-a Florida girl.
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Edward Shepherd, Harrisburg, 111.
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bottles of Electric Bitters and seven
boxes of Bucklen's Arnica Salve'
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J. M. NIMMO, :- MANAGER,
MICANOPY, FLORIDA.


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PERSONAL,
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S A Card of Thanks.
Words are inadequate- to express
my deep gratitude and high appreci-
ation to the noble and large-hearted
ladies and gentlemen, of .ii, :-y.y,
for the extreme kindness shown by
them to me during my recent mis-
fortune. They have tenderly watch-
ed my life, which has been hanging,
as it were, on a silken thread, day
and night, with untiring care, doing
all in human power to render me
comfort, and day by day bestowing
on'mesomekindness. Suchthought-
fulness, dear friends, will never be
forgotten, and I am ever ready to re-
pay to my fullest capacity all your
kindness. Yours to command,
S. T. B1K3.
Lochliue Affairs.
Judge Hickson and Miss Hattie,
and H. S. and Mrs. Chambers all
went for a day or two to Ocala last
week.
H. S. Chambers, who runs the
Alliance store here, is getting a largo
concentration of business. He de-
serves it.
Miss Ellen Boss, Mrs. Roquemore's
sister, is still with her, and will re-
main with her during Mr. Ro.que-
more's absence.
Ben Chambers "Keeps" on going
to Boardman. As Ben is our "dear-
est foe" we may get an invitation
ti.r.-.''n ,i day.
The cabbage crop is now being
hipperd rapidly away. There will
not.be as many crates .s was expect-
ed. All agree on that, w- think.
T. C. Roquemore is still down
SIon th. We have not heard from him
,recently, but guess, he is ...-...:- up
iusomecabbage patch, telling'*the
owner if he knows what he is about
-he will send those cabbage to Durling-
Mr. T. Y. May; who has been put-
ting on thle lathing of Mr. Cham-
ber's new house,, bas finished that
job an(I is now employed by Mfr.
Martin, of this place, who has con-
tracts tr build several houses at
Boardmian.
Rev. Mr. Holt, 1,- pastor, held
services at Lochbie Baptist church
,ast Sunday morning and evening.
Mr. Holt is a r .u-i:,,, good preacher,
and all ought to come and hear him.
The church will soon have a bell big
enough to wake up Boardman and
McIntosh, and, like the Mueggin's
call to prayer, remind all you stnners
up that way of your Sunday duty.
There is amovementhere that may
take definite shape, to petition the
lg i 'aiti! re, to pass some sort of a hog
law for the section of country begin-
ning about the north end of Orange
Lal-=e, running thence south-west-
ward, between Fish and Ti... ,zwilla
prairie, to a point not yet designated,
thence southward, to about the Fort
Drain hammock, thence eastward,
to some poikt on Orange Lake, and
take in more if they want to come.
A. J. Wyche has nearly fenced in
his lots near the la.k and will set
them out in orange trees soon.
Whehe says we want a hog law, and
others here say the same thing.
His fencing suggested the talK we
had with himn.. Two wires, he says,
at the proper height froni the ground
will turn cattle, but it taKes lots
more than that to turn the 20 cents
pig. We are liKe Wyche. The
amount of fencing put up and con-
tinually being Kept in repair in this
section is worth ten times the value
of all .the miserable little, mangy,
razor-'ack hogs in it. Ten dollars
worth of plank, posts, nails, etc., to
fence .out one dollars worth of mangy
hog is too much. We need our tim-
ber now for something else, and the
timber willabe needed more in the
future than now. J f people want
hogs let them keep them up in their
own enclosure. Give us a hog law,
local or otherwise. We believe nine
men out of a dozen through this
section want some movement made
in this matter.
L.


S Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
SThe best Salve in the world for
! Cuts, Bru ses, )res IT. : -, Salt
Reumn, [<'evsr Sores,Te.ctier, Cb a|. i"'L;
Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all
Skin Eruptions, and positively cures
Piles, or no pay required. It ist*uar-
anteed to give perfect satisfaction,
or money refunded. Price 25 cents
per.box. For sale by W. W. Johnson
& Co.


Geo. Means, of Evinston, was in
townyesterday.
Dr. Camp, one of the phosphate
kings was in town Monday.
O. P. Likins and C. C. Warren, of
Gainesville, took in the ball Friday
night.
Mr. E. Bolles, Jr., of Boardman,
made Jacksonville a business visit
last week. .
Cashier A. McIntyre, of Ocala,
passed-through town Thursday en
route for Jacksonville.
Mrs. Case and Miss Cooper, of
Long Island, N.Y., are visiting Mrs.
Jtlulford, at Longwood Grc$e.
Frank J;.T Hagood the impressible
proprietor of the Tuskawilla Hotel
made a flying trip to Ocala this week.
M,-B. W. Fontane, the indefat-
igueable phosphate prospector, spent
Saturday and Sunday with his fam-
ily.
Mr. L. H. Johnson and family nave
moved to the city and dire now com-
fortably domiciled at the Tuskawilla
Hotel.
Mrs. A. A. Barnett left Monday
for Live Oak and- other points in
Florida and Georgia, and will not
return until next fall.
Mrs. M. Shiretiki, with David,
Hairy and Sadie, left for Ocala Sun-
day evening, where they will spend
a few days with relatives.
Mr. J. M. Quartermin is in town
on a visit to his family and friends.
Mr. Q. is delighted with the present
outlook for an orange crop.
Mr. S. E. BauKniglit has l1ft a
quariity of fine tobaeao aeeds witn us
for di.trihutition. Parties desiring
them will pla-tse call Saturday.
Mrs. and Miss Maggie Allen, of ;
Fort Vallhy, Ga., are vi,i(ing friends
aind relatives in this section, aud are
u fIuly quartered at the Tuikawilla
Hotel. .
Mfessrs. J. J. Barr, R. B. Taylor, J.
W. Smifith, Conductor Mitchell, J. T.
& K. VT., and one or two others, left
Monday morning for the flat woods
ona big'eamp-hunt.
O.P. Likins, Gii nsfrille's popular
potol.giiaphefr, tpok in the ball Fri-
day evening, and early Saturday
morning made a; pi-ture of Dr. L.
\I ,ntg1 mery's fine horseC.
Capt. J. F, Hodge-i, the .veteran
life insurance ,gnt, iis in town talk-
ing "New York Life."'' The captain
is well known here and his friends
are always glad to see him.
Mr. C. T. Doremus, representing
Berunard, Abel & Co.,commission
merchantiA, of New York, was in the
city last week. Mr. Doremus is a
uool talker and represents a wide-a-
wake house.
"Capt. R. C. M. C'rawford, the well-
known fruit and vegetable buyer,
came down from Gainesville Satur-
day night and spent Sunday with his
friends in town. The Capt. is pre-
paring to buy largely of cabbage and
other vegetables this spring.
Hamilton Owen, ten year old son
of Mr. C. E. Owen, had his eyes and
face badly burned yesterday morn-
ing by i .premature aplicaatlan of a
match to a small quantity of powder.
Boys should be careful with fire, es-
pecially when there is powder near
by. /.
Last Thursday Mrs. I. Heymauleft
for Sa\va,nnah and Atlanta to person-
ally inspect and purchase her spring
tock of millinery, etc. Mrs. Hey-
man has made a success of buying,
and her many customers will find
that the new stock will be the pret-
tiest and largest ever brought to the
town.
Misses Bailey, of Tallahassee, and
Lizzie Taylor, of Monticello, two
charming young ladies, who have
f been visiting their brother, Mr. W.
W. Bailey, of this place, returi,-d to
their homes this morning, much to
the regret of their many newly made,
however, warm friends. .We hope
their visit has partaken of a most


pleasant nature, and wish for them
a safe journey home.
Chas. fl. Pratt, Esq., of Palatka,
Manager of the Florida Newspaper
Union, stopped in town Saturday on
business connected with the Union.
While lhcre Mr./Pratt' made many
friends besides meeting a number of
the Herald readers that have known
his father for years. The beauty of
Sthe town and vicinifty, excited
Charlie's admiration, and we have
no doubt he ewill be among us again
to take a better look.
Miss Mary Pendleton, the efficient
and accomplished assistant teacher
, in-our school, leaves Saturday for
a visit among friends at Eviuston
and,Boardman. She, will spend a
Sfew days at these places and then re-
turn to her home in Leesburg. Miss
TPendletou'i has not only made a
splendid teacher, but also many
warm friends, who regret to- seel her
leAve. 'WhereVer 'she- may go the
best iwshes of the Micanopy people
will follow her.


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LOCAL HAPPENINGS.

C. &0?
Heavy and refreshing rains last
week.
What will Shuford tell the ship-
pers ? .,-.
Send .the NEWS to a friend in the
North. .; "
"Me and my partner have got the
dough!"
Western beet at Ben Mills today
send in your order early.
WANTEDM--Chicken and eggs at
the NVw office.
The Tuakawilla Hotel has been
recently sold and the property will
soon change owners.
Do you wish a piano or organ ? if
so, call at this office and secure a
bargain.
eiw, and Second Hand Wagons
andl Buggies for sale at Carter's
shop. l1tf
THE NEWS 'office has arranged to
do job work of all kinds. ._Get esti-
mates before buying.
THEu NEi;. has recently been com-
plimeented by the best papers in the
--State.,, Many thanks for these kind
expressions.
: Abbotl's. East Tndih Corn Paint
*temoves quickly atll corns, bunions
and wairts without pain.
S The value of advertising in the
News can le yo.u-iie, for by Dr. A. J.
SBuiirlrd -who has several, cases on
habd ie..,
,-l handnow. ,. '-' ,
SQutte a cold silp was experienced
Friday and s ituirday nglits. We
are told thatfsomne .frost. was seen,
but ,have heard of no) dainai yet.
Catarrh or',.ginabt<. in scrofulas
taint. P., P.- P. l:p--rifls ,the Mood,,1
-, and thtu, I,* r einiiii>.iitlycures (C it:irrli.
It is G rand other and(Gtandfather
JIfeylipan nowV, this pleasant news was
received Wyedu sday nighlit. ;It is a
girl aind Mrs. Oppenli.-ini is the
inother. *' '*: :*
A, 1thrch sociiablee wiltlbe given at
-the residence qf Mr. and Mrs. Averv,s
next Fri.d--y night 20th- finst., 'pro-
ceeds to pay.on a new organu. Every-
S body invited. .
Our job ,i'inue is being liberally
patr, iz.-d, a:n'l it is a fact tliat can
be established that, we have enough
Work ahead to keep us busy in that
line for moutths.
WVe are giving our ri(.A dur more
reading matter this week than usual
an d would. lik to -have allt matters of0
interest .:part.d, so that we can
Give at least five or ixeoluiiinns every
*eek.
S Our section uromisrs to. yieli an
1uimmense tirange crop this year, as
the trees are in a healthier condition
than ever before. With favorable
: seasons we will double la.t year's re-
coipts at this station.
Since thle alliance meetJeng has
.been changed from 2nd- anid 4th to
j lthe 1,t and.Srd Saturdays and the
hourof meeting chaiged-to o a. m.,
v: we niayexpecta lairge'r attendianth
h and m0e interesting 1,eeting-.;.
Terrible blood, poison, .body cov-
Sered with -oros, and two bottles of
P. P. P. .l'rji.liy Ash, Poke VRot and
F-' uta ium, ear'ed the disease, mak-
ins the patient lively as a ten-year-

Will W Richardson, the crazy negro
. boy who THE Ntws called attention
.. to last weok, if still on .the
- . treets. Sin-h tolrance doe-, not be-
t; comae aswell reulattf-d neighborhood.
,;I am offering for sale four head of
.extra pony horses ?from 4 to 7 years
old at prices that ill. astonish the
natives Every pony guaranteed ex-
ai'tly as repre-tented. Get prices be-
, '"fore buying. W. M. AVANT.
:Prof. Self, a pleomant and interest-
r ing gentleman, is at the hotel. He
is here for the: purpose of taeahing
wi-iting Iosons. We believe him to
h, "be a tir.st-cla a instructor and advise


those wlio wish to become first-clas,
S u peumeu to- call on him,
S Rheumatism -was ,so "anl lhat
James Irvin, of ,Si'anali, could
hardlyy walk from pain in his sloul-
der and joints of his logs. P.,P P.
Prieklv Ash, f Poke IBoot and .Potas-
S'sum) was reesorted to and Irwin is
Swell and hapy. 1.
;i, Enr). NEW: Please give notice
',-through your paper that our new
church, Trinity M. E, church South,
will be dedicated on the Fourth Sun-
day in this kMarch 22nd) iontli, by
Rev'. Z.:A, Parker, of Birfingham,
:- Aai and we would be pleased to see
you and thie goo0l people of Micanopy
in attendance. Dnupner will be on
the gronud and a pleasant time i.s ex-
pected. Yours very .truly,
,H. IL. PHI FER.
Rochelle, Fla., March 14, 8l.


Wanted Blocks.
Cut 281f incies long. Must be
square, at following prices for caslh,
delivered at MaIntosh:
15 to 18 inches in diameter 1212 cts.
18 to 22 15 ct9.
22 to 24 18 cts.
24 to 26 20 cts.
Orange boxes and vegetable crates
constantly on hand.
J. Y. PETTEYS.


If you want 100 cents worth of goods for a dollar come tb ry Cheap
Cash Store, Montgomery block.


MICANOPY,


FLORIDA.


WANTED.-The consent of ten
thouaand smokers, to send each ka
sample lot of 150 "NICKEL', Cigars
and: 20 year gold filled Watch, by
Exlp>rss C. 0. 1) $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 ].ast seen
there. Any information will be re-
vwarded. I


WE ARE MAKING PREPARATIONS FOR OUR lMMiENSE'


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 .....-I.. 1.50
Weekly Time-Union ............. 1.5
Weakly Atlanta Constitution... 1.60
Weekly Detroit Free Press..... 1.50
We do not offer the TUSKAWILLA
NE.WS to old subscribers at less than
regular rates, but will give them the
benefit of any reduction that we can
get on other papers.


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
iicers, and when I was sent to phy-
ician in Mobile my entire body was
a maes of sores. I had given uip ali
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 TOD-D.


S. F. CREW.


M. L. COLBOURN.


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


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


Good seed
Apply to


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ETONIAHSCRUB AND SAM JONES. you shy a
at him I h
You. good
The Old Reliable and the Gospel Pumper effect on
... Meet in Jacksonville. on the mc
From the Palatka Herald. ing Qn ai
"I want to go down to Jax the worst Please a I
,, ,. ., ,tbink the
way," said the madam last night, lock on t
"What struck you now?" I inquired, the ranm
"I want to go down and stay one day ter, and t
in old man Orvis' anti-dog show hotel." of hell is
"To tell the truth," said I, "don't yoa y"But,"
want to swing your India shawl on Bay self with
street?" "when o0
"Now look a here, Etofiiah," said the fie never
', .,madam, flushing up a oit, "I'm talking have a lo
fo you. I say I.want.to see old man Or- beats, bup
svi real bad. A landlord that's got the runners t(
/..sandeto refuse to make a dog. show out "That's
of his hostlery ought to have a benefit." how can,
:0 "O.K" says I, "we will go down on a higher I
No., 7 in the morning." vulgar me
The morn was fair, the sky was clear, "There
and the mocking bird sang loud and any bette
high when we left the Scrub mansion for clincher.
the depot.. No. 7 was on time and we He had
were soon flying towards the metropolis, in a voice
I noticed that the madam had on a "Let us
new hat. The yellow ribbon blue-jay It is a
bonnet, had been placed upon the retired his own w
lis6andIexpect in a few weeks the Sam I ask
'dusky maiden who condescends to tre- perintqndc
side over the pots and kettles of our pa- "Well, :
latial home will be enjoying its reputa- camp next
tion, its blue-jay and all.- "At Oc,
I I had not seea the bill, it white cuff
was something of a surprise tome. Un- "Brand
der these circumstances I doubted the will burs,
propriety of speaking of it, I however "If it i
ventured to make an observation. It "Goodbye
was such an immense structure one
could not take in all of its latitudes and
longitudes in "one view. It is built of ,
black straw.wih a swell piazza in front N
<- .' large enough to accommodate, four sets
**-, of cotillion, the back piazza- turns up to Fx.oshiy Ga
meet the upper story and looks very the ILoa
much like the snow sheds on the North- Crisp t1
' ern Pacific railroad., On top is a small
truck garden with a display of cauli- ton of
flowers, -sBpring onions, lettuce and Forty-tlb
2 mushrooms that'would, fill Rud Kers- authorized
ting's breast with envy. The hat proper The saw
has the appearance of being moulded in & Taylor,
- a rut in the main dirt road leading to. burned a f
the mill with a'-log cart wheel for a A e
pressing iron. It-is wonderfully in style ,,y by a
': ;-< because it is terribly out of shape. boday by a
I .blhe Conductor was awful glad to see d.'
.-., "' us, and ai hough it is against the compa- escape.
ny's rules for a conductor to be pleasant Several
--..he said accompanied with a two-for-a: planted it
nickel smile, "wall I guess -you're going White,
B+omewh~ere." < -.. The-G ii
"Yes," said I in my Sunday School will be ma
Superintenmlent voice, "chalk my hat ning facto
, ; for Jax-"T 1
. "Going down to see Sam?" State meet
: "Sam who?" I inquired immensely. Reduced r:
"Sam Jones." he replied grinning like tdves over
- a Lake George alligator, "Sam Jones, n. i
the devil hunter, he-, lie, he." T tint
"Not altogether" said -4, ',,we have, in Flori'dla
started down to see old .man Orv'i and those o
his anti.dog show hotel, but" said'I in 4.*-1,,,O,--
my sweet Claude Melnotte voice, "Sam Francis Fa
is an old friend of ours, his father's and During t
my father's farms join, so, after looking shipped t.i
Orvis over we may take in Sam." Cof iced fiL
"Good scheme, hi, he, he," replied the 2,389 head
conductor grinning like the next house orauges an
of Congress. It issat
A A soon as we got out of -the cars we, known _(e
heard some one yelling "hi, pard, oh Sm1nisont
.'' Old Reliable." We at once" ohed and phosphate
turning we saw a man running towards ua county.
us. He grasped my hand like, an agent Two tl'ib
for a barren grove and said "I am all- ored) died
fired glad to see you," he* yelled as loud of wild jes,
as a porter fora cheap hotel,' "never iugwithth
wasso all fired glad to see you before, without wZ
strIke me for a V if I ain't qlad." the children
"Is this Sam Jones?" I said in my roy- and the ott
al Duke of Buckingham's voice at the Ftecorder.
ame time pulling up the corners of my The Ne
purgatory collar to add dignity to my 'foreign-bou
general me ke tp. -p I I ,I-year 1890 e,
"Reverend Sam Jones,", said the mad- ,bined simil'
am, in her alto voice at the same time- of New, Orl
punching me in my vestcoat pocket. Savannah,
"You need not be particular about the v
handle," said Sam, old friends shouMd On next
not stand on ceremonies -- "ihor:
"I would as soon think of standing on w'llbe tiro(
my head" said I in my ooMnic voice, then the season I
continuing said, "Sam, old boy, how 16is Of t
the office of your central system-your pect been s
stomach?" season, and
"All cockeypope," he-replied, then ranime off
turning to the madam said, "madam, raining fe.1
by Thompson's colt, you look as young mostcanieft
:'as when we last met. more'n aC00n's ag~ement to
"age ago." .. "l'lere w ill]
"You are very kind Elder,"' said the :ed atrendai
madam, blushing, "'you are- very kind e(c inee. "lake even
"I have been doing Jax,"' Sa Sam, it, furore sesai
a professionals sort of a way. -- matter in V
"What have you been doing to her?" i^s thi wha
I eagerously inquired. --.t hi h
"He means that he has been labOring L'ake Regi0
for the glorious cause in thits city," re, Tituswilie Sa
marked the madame, coming to Sam's The steal
rehlef. .... .' -..- than ordin
"How many degree does Jax .. Park week.
on your thermometer:" ... weK
"Why," said Sam, "there is not chris.- dy she wa
tianity enough in Jax to float a mosquito -the Hauler
above sheol." ++^ and di
"Sam," 1 exclaimed, in my Sunday m~mo
school superintendent's voice,_ "do yO[ o rnng i
know what you are talking about?. Smraa
"Saw my leg offP if I don't," said Sam, Sunday me
putting his thumbs in the arm hioles of .day after(
his vest coat and throwing hIs he-ad Pointand_-,
back like a colt fed on oats. "Why, Et- .on n
oniah, there are more bald-beadipd sin- 8 t'loc
ners--I should say cusses--in Jax than with diffieu


would pave the devil's front yard," 'gustine pasf
"You are-too hard on this city said
.the madame, ia her alto voice. indeed Friday. Ca
yaur language is too strong." tomed gene
"Hard, madam, hard?'" bawled Sam, with orders
like i runner for a hash house. "You nished herN
can' t be too hard on sin." c 1
".Don't you think, elder." began the At cC'le
madam, in her sweet soprano, voice A tract <
bound n a copyright smile, "don't you nor~h side
think'that with '.our eloquence that you -st been
would reach more hearts, save more by
souls and gather a larger army for our r--ksot "b
blessed.Captain if you would leave out who will er,,
your dirty and vulgar talk?" house oif so
"Leave out the dirty talk?'" yelled coming sum
Sam, getting warmish. -
'*Yes," said the madam, "usemorere- !ist 01-Nov
fined language in your glorious labors," concluded t-
"Refined language! Where wouldC fir? t work (
Sam Jooes be?" .m-+n I d Tue,,
i ,,W hy," asked M rs. E toniah Scrub. P' Lie .' td e
"It's my stock in trade," replied Sam, parts inter
In a dcuble-breasted emphatic sort of a W. J, LaR(
way. Pullman,'al]
':Is it the only quality of religion you name of -he
have?" asked the m adam .... t
"It is the only quality in demand, cilcd as ye
You must keep a stock of it on hand if called either
,_. vu-want to make money, and that's lnman xAlvei
w-fhat I'm pumping the gospel for." t.'ridlo -hroir.'
L It is terrible," said the madam. "Ter- OOur oran
Sribie to hear you talk that way. Elder, t.h 1- ,. .
it is terible," she continued, dropping .
her voice and speaking with emotion, over the p
to hear you cell men cusses, hogs, beasts, orange crop,
=&vils and the like." .a
-'; here, Mt Scrub, I am an older growers are
-'b. hand at the bellows than you are, and ,.Wil1_, turn o
::-know better what these Imps of dark- golden fruit
'V *A" want. It would please you to have prpa. i
;- get up on my hmd legs and whine, lrp" atdon
M.'" and coax, and bogswcddle the deyils rush, and ex'
64 tiatare roaming arejnd and commit- 'ginksecured f
f'""" grgoall sorts of crimes. You would th fall. If t
--;'Wog* to-have me make my voice as soft able for the n
, gz'-agours and Bay: 'Now, boys, don't go be in progress
o '. so,8pleae --be good.' Little preachers meant of the l
..havetIon6 that kind of a thing,.ever, ever seen.
-::... oe sosh was knee high to a grass- ,
'-". j "p and -it ha, always been a big On Saturda
% Yfllt You know, Etoniah:" said he, o'clock, lahaz
t-ritluog on meaad shaking big fist un. archie were
-"- .--i#" my Foosis, "that the only wayreached th -
h- :' *(iSr3 a c is to cus- him for
"t -a.ji _t tfmja -Kj-j* TmL&f vjwmmf~a r Leie r"A llrea4>mr


at him, the more dirt you sling
he'quicker you can bring to taw.
dy goody people have no more
him than a basket of chips has
oon. I am not around travel-
n oratorical prize contest to
lot of high nose muffs, who
y have the combination to the
he gates of eeaven. It is only
bunctious cusses that I am af-
the only way to yank them out
to lam them like thunder. Do
, Etoniah?"
says the madam, fanning her-
the tail of hqr India shawl,
ur blessed Captain was on earth
resorted to such means."
a here, madam, He did not
>t of one-gallus-mayors, dead
g-juice guzzlers and hash house
o deal with."
true," said the madam, "but
you expect the sinner to rise to
plane when you stoop to sueh
means "
is no need of any one being
er than I am," said Sam as a
won his'point. The madam,
of disappointment, said:
go, Etoniah."
always best to let a crank have
ray, so in order to tone down
:ed, in my Sunday school su-
ent's voice:
my sweet angel, where do you
t?"
Ila," said Sam, waving his lilly
Ts as an adieu."
my heifer if I ain't f Sraid you
up another expositi n, Sam."
s wicked, I wilF,"' ,.^i4 Sam.
o, old boy, goodbye."
ETONIAH ,"RUB.


command to halt was beard. The tw
men stopped and Evan4 asked, "what i
it?" "I want you," wa3 the reply. Evan
then inquired, "is1 that you, Joiner?
"Joiner, hey?" responded the unknown
at the same time sending a bullet ir
close proximity to Evans' head. A
both Evans and Archie were unarmed
and the latter a cripple, they did nc
stand on the order of getting out of th
way-the latter crawled under a pho,
pate car and the former walking oi
rapidly. He was followed by three o
four more bullets, which tended some
what to accelerate the time made. Evan
came to town in search of assistance
Chief Higginbotham and officer Courte
accompanied him back to the scene o
action, but the would-be assassin wa
not to be found.--Fernandina Mirror.
Deafness Can't be Uured
By local applications, as they cannot
reach the diseased portions of the ear
There is only one way to cure deafness
and that is by constitutional remedies
Deafness is caused by an inflamed con
dition of the mucous lining of the eun
stachian tube. When this tube gets
inflamed you have a rumbling sound
or imperfect hearing, and when it is
entirely closed deafness is the result,
and unless the inflammation can be ta-
ken out and this tube restored to its
normal condition hearing will be de-
stroyed forever; nine, cases out of ten
are caused by catarrh, which is noth-
ing but an inflamed condition of the
mucous surfaces.
We will give one hundred. dollars for
any case'of deafness (caused by catarrh)
that we cannot cure by taking Hall's
Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars, free
F. J. CHENEY & Co., Toledo, 0.
Sold by druggists, 75c.
A Proof of Merit.
When a remedy proves itself a cur
for the very worst phases of blood
poison it stands to reason that minor
effects of bad blood will rapidly disap-
pear if the remedy is used in time, No
remedy in the world has so good a rep-
utationA at home or abrad as a. cure
for all stages of blood poison as B. B
B. (Botanic Blood Baln)
Benj. Morris. Atlanta, Ga., writes:
"I suffered years from syphilitic blood
poison, which refused to be-cured by
all treatment. Phy, iViaU) D pronounced
it a hoplel:, 2- case. I had no appt tit t,
1 had pains in my hips and joints and
my kidneys were diseased.- My throat
was ulcerated and my breast a mass of
running sores. In this condition I
commenced a use of B. B. B. It healed
every ulcer and cured me completely
within two months."
Robt. Ward, Maxey, Ga., writes:
"My disease was pronounced a tertiary
form of blood poison., My face, head
and shoulders were a mass of corrup-
tion, and finally the disease began eat-
ing my skull bones. My bones ached
my kidneys were deranged, I lost flesh
and strength, -and life became a bur-
den. All said I must surely die, but
neverthelet? when I had uses ten bot-
tles of B. B. B. I was pronounced sound
and well. Hundreds of scars can now
bg seen on me. I have bow been well
over twelve months."
I A.'P. Brunson, Atlanta, Ga., writes.
"1 had 24 running ulcers on one leg a.nd
six on the other, and felt greatly pros-'
trated. 1 believe I actually swallowed
a barrel ol medicine, ia vain efforts to
cure the disease. With little hone I
finally acted on the urgent advice-of a
friend and got a bottle of B. B. B. I
experienced a change and my despond-
ency was somewhat dispelled. 1 kept
using it until 1 had taken about six-
teen bottles, and all the ulcers, rheum-
atism and all other horrors of blood
poison have disappeared, and at last 1
am sound and well again, after an ex-
perience of twenty years of torture."
What It Costs to Live.
All the necessaries which we do not
raise are brought from :New York or
Bostou in vessels or steamers, and the

freights are very low. The following
0rice-list was. issued by our merchant,
E. J. N~eher, September 20: Sugar,"
r ranulated, 9c.; extra C, 8c.; coffee,
!0@24lc. ; tea, 45@60c., rice, 8c. ; mieal;
8.30 per barrel; flour, $5.80@$5.80,
rits, $3.30; butter, 25c.; cheese, 15c.;
)acon, 8c.; ham, 15c. ; lard, 9e.; smoked
)acon, 9c.; syrup, 50c.; kerosene, 18c.
Lou should also remember, in connec-
tion with living expenses, that we have
10 storms of snow or ice,-and conse-
[uently do not need so much fueJ, and
what fuel you need is at your back
leer and can be had for cutting and
hauling
Tn~t ,'l'reat Peelinlg."
The newspapers are having a gOOdr


leal of tun nowadays over that "tired,
feeling" so much spoken of in medical
advertisements, in connection with the
1 health of females. It may be a
source of hilarity to witty Daragraph-
rs, but not so to suffering women,
who, by overwork, and a disregard of
he laws of health, have lapsed into a
condition bordering on invalidism.
Vhat.most women need is to be relieved
d some- of the slavish work that is piled
a them, and a free, but judiciousi use
f strengthening tonics, such as P. P.
(Prickly Ash, Poke Root and Poegas-
um), the greatest blood purifier and
avigorator in use. Superb as a build
r up of wVmen, bringing back lost en-
rgy to the body and color to the Iaded
leeks, restoringth- appetite, and thus
newing in her that healthy vitality
mg lost. P. P. P. cures all blood dis-
ses, such as rheumatism, syphilis, n
out. scrofula and all ulcerous a Sec- U
ons, even vanquishing that melan- e
roly enemy of man, dyspepsia. All a
ruggists sell it.


A ;imal'l quantity of prevention is worth many pounds of
curei. If your blood is in good condition the liability to
amy disease is much reduced and the abiihtv to resist its
wasUin, inquence is tenfold, greater. o -,- hen to your
bio:ld, by taking Swift's Specific S.) every f w "onths.
It is; hal-armless in its effects to the mo>st delicate,, infant, yet
it cleaAnses the b1ood of all-poisonls and bu;11d.1.- up the'gener-
al health.
*(S C % cured mo sound and ell of cont tio us Elood Poison.
0- 0 ---. As oon as I iscove. d i w.s a-fTicted with the disease 1
ai-a n < ed taking bwif C's specific (z. S. S.) and in a lew weeks I as palmni.
nentii ,turd "r George Slewai t Shelby, Ohio.
Treatise on Blood and Skin diseases mailed free.
The Swift 6peciflc, Co., Atlanta, Ga.


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Savannah to Sew York
t {(Celral or 90' Meridian Tmne.)
1 Nacoochee............... Monday; March 2, 9:30 am
City of Birmingham, Wed'y, Marob- 4,11:3) am
City tf Augusta.... Friday, March 6, 2.00 pm
Tallahassee ......... Saturday, March 7 -3.00 pm
X Kansas City....... ... M Dlav March 9, 5.00ppm
Chattahoochee, L% edn,-s.-l.U, Marchl1, 6.'ii, pm
] Nacoochee.................. Friday, March 13, 7.",' amin
V- City~of Birmingnam,Saturday,Mar. It, 7.00 pm
City of Augusta -Monday, March 16, 10.00 am
Tailahassee ..... Wednesday, March 18,12.30 pm
Kan,-aa City .......... Friday, March 20, 2.30 pm
to Chattahoochee .... Saturday, March 21, 3.30 pm
Nacoochee .. ....... Monday, March 23, 4.30ppm
City of Birminglham,W edn'day,Mar. 25, 5.30 pm
City of. Au gusta...... Friday, March 27, 6.30 am
ci Tallahassee...... Saturday March 28, 6.30 am
Kansas City. ........ Monday, March 30, 8.00 pm


Savannalh tf^Boston, -
tite City ......... .. .. Tuesday, March 6.,10.110 pm
CiOy< o.f Sai nana Saturdla. March 7. 3. N) pm
I ity oft" Movon... Wcdne.day. March It. 6.00sm
Gue <'itv....... Sunday. March 15, 9.30 am
,'ity ,, .Sa ;'iah. Thursiiin March,19, 1..- pm
l'ity 1t-f Macon. ......... Monday, Marc *1, '4..3) pm
Gate Ciiv Fj~day,Mareh 27, 6.'W) pm
City oI'.-anvnah Tueanay, March 31, 9.00 am
Savann-ah to Phlldelpliia.
(This S.ip (do'", not Ca,'ry passengers.)
De s-utr ................ Friday. March 6. I.: pm
Desso-0"................. Monday. March Id. 10.01. am
DI-..usg...... ...... Thurs.lay, Mareb 236,6.00


Work'uponthe college buildings is
progressing. The two dormitori(:s are
nearly completed, and the school hall al-
most incrosed. The artesian well on the
college grounds is a marvel of its hind.
It is an eight-inch well and pours fortii
3,200 galons a minute, a pressure' of
more t-.;,n twenty pounds per bquaie
inch and is expected to drive a twenty-
horse poAer L,.ffe! water wheel.-Or-
ange Spring's (e,,-. hnr m,-Union.

Scrofula curud, even in its worst
forms, by P. P. P., and 30ou will be
strong and healthy in a short time by
the use of P. P P.

Spring medicine is now wanted. for,
Vf you are out of sorts and feel badly,
P. P, P. is the remedy to take and get
strong a)d invigorated.
1Baftimora tra, te. Mlar+,,'+.o
REPORTED BY WM. BAK-ER.
Froil Coifniv8siou Merel),1,ft, >
165 S, Palv(rt st,., BRinicore Nfd-
BALTIMORE, Feb. 27.
Since the ol1 stock {has teen cleaned
)p our rmrket bas tl-core vt-ry ,ictiv,,
and prics as high ,)s the beAt market
anyNwbfbre I sol. today, on arrrival, foj-
Samuel Pirker, Drayton Is!tud, B5 box- -
ex .u1ixted rueisf tor $3.00' per bo x.
F ,y.n y f vt" illi bring $4 t,:.4..0 easily.
Grape trait scarce.


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J. P: BECK WITH, General Agent,
Jaclkonville, Fla.


Our Readers.
hreeinsurance comp ies ar
d to do business in F da.
v and planning mill I Collins
six miles south of FR White,
few_ days ago. Loss :0,000.
a woman was shotth ,ugh the
negd o at Fort White -'he other
defied arrest and .ode -his
hundred acres have been
In watermeloas arj .-id Forl;t
ntsville San says that aneffort
,de to -start a palmetto tan-
,y ,in- that city.,
n,! Lodge 1. 0. 0. F of the
t in Gainesville next Tiai..
ates will be given representa-
the roads and at hotels.
nbeer ofi bearing orp..e trees
is estimated at 1, I:.1,1.151, and
ye" 1eat-w ng areI put down at
-valued, at; *?,6";',^'.19--St.
the past year-Punta Gorda has
rough her port 7,150 barrels
h, 869,000 pounds of -salt fish,
I of cattle, 1,.05;;t boxes of
ad 14,.1.?0 tons Of l, ,.,1- hitte.
ed that Prof. Jofiryon. a well
ulogii. connected with the
Lon Inbtitute, pronounces the
mine at High Sprinn-, 4 Alaoh-
the rieliest in tihe Stae.
drenof Louis Shetu.rd (col-
last Thurzday from the poison
samine. They iad-been play-
li flowers, andl went to dinner
washing -heir, bands. One of
en died almost,: immediately.
her hater in the day.-Mladison
aws says that Pensacola's
und sailing tonnage for the
exceeded by 121,328 the com-
ar tonnage of the four ports
leans, Galveston, Mobile and

Tuesday the gates of the
ida Chautauqua at Mt. Dora
O\vn open to the public for
of 1891. Never before in the
the Ohautauqua has the pros-
o flattering for ,a successful
d never before 'has the prom
fered such a number of enter-
itnires. Every detail has been
Illy attended to by the- man-
make it a thorough success.:
no doubt be a largely increas-
nce over past years, giving
alent to the management to
further advances for the
ions. The Chautauqua is a
which we are one and all
and'its success reflects credit
ie section of country -Eustls
r. *
mer Sweeney has' n t more
aary share of bad :ck the
On her up trip la,, Thurs-
is ,blown onto the ank of
*sr canal by heavy winds,
ot get off until idrday
She then proceede- o New
nd returned, arrivi here
rning aboeuIt lOo'clc, Sun-
con she grounded -t,- City
remained there un;- about,
he next morning.- It was,
ilty thatthesteanie St. Au- 1
sed her in the Haul)< 'er last t


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club has not fully been de-
At, but -wilI probably be
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We growers are jubilant
The colored institute at
irospe-,ts for next years
, and experienced orange
predicting, that Oviedo
)ut 150,000 boxes of the
next season. Even now
axe going on quickly for the
pert! orange, packers are be
for putting up the fruit in
the season continues favor-
,ew crop, prepare *'onq will
i all 'summer for the m ,ve-
argest crop this section has

y -night, between 1'0 and 11
m Evans and) Alexander
returning home. As they
edge of the park, near the
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