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"Blow your own horn."
D.E. Thompson, editor.
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Publisher: Thompson & Ruhl
Place of Publication: Micanopy Fla
Creation Date: April 23, 1891
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SOne Dou-ar a Year in Advance.


Micanopy, Fla., Thurs
day, A ril 23 1891


Number 17.


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sville ,Advertisements.

STEENBURG,
olesale and Retail Dealer in


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ind Glts, Mill Sul
ery and Harness

N ITUR]
OVEg OF ALL KINDS, and Solo
TER OAK SJOVFS. I want yo
and I will guarantee satisfaction
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JJ.J.BARK, '


' NATIONAL E

ainesville, Fla.
$50.1
Undivied Profits $15,
Ing businoeb. with equi facilities
counts of Farmers, Merchants, C
ne de-Dosits. All bisin.aQ trausacte
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J- -UIV-lM SON &* RUHL, Jtablislhiers.

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:.r^^e fi ^ ^brought $400. The other piece v a,,
," .. '-a valuable tract of fine hammock
CULLED FROM OUR .EXCHANGES IN land on the coast, near Smyrna, be-
.CON SED FORM. lofiging to the Carpenter estate. It
.. .. __ -- was valued at $10,000, but sol
Itemsof oriattle or no Interest, But Hap- $2,000, This sale will 'Pbably
,be confirmed b court. It is
Openings "All the za%'ie," From Diffear be confirmed b court. It is
np tat trepaoed TY Ed- part of an R e, sold by order of
Ito rsp d ors- court in--Iehalf of the heirs, and it
-- "Chmtte e hardly brought a sufficient sum to
S From accounts from various portions warrant the court to order a deed
:: of the state it is evident that Oviedo has madout for the $2.000.
not suffered at all from the cold in pro- "
portion to the damage done eldwhere. DARKEST ENGLAND'S RIVAL.
-..In the freeze of March a year ago, the xpre Muery in New York Than Could be
heaviest damage was done to the groves Seen in N onnon
S at Solary's wharf. The 6old of a few BLTIMORE, April 20.-Marshal Bal-
Ad BALTIMORE, Atpril 20.-MrhlBl
...' ays ago hardly touched the vegetables linto B thfteSavinAry
?S ^ "^ 6, T 68 i"So Booth of the Salvation Army,
S his, tie, and did nothurta leafon fruit is' He had a great audience
' trees Frost occurred as far south as at his first lecture.- Among other
."'i'Jupiter.gote
J piter things he said:
'With each recurring orange season "When in New'York recently, I de-
the fact is more fully demonstrated. termined that would see the great
that orange growing, is paying the metropolis in its worst phase by night.
owners of bearing groves handsomely. So one night, accompanied by a friend
Only a couple of weeks ago we showed 1 left tK salvation Army barracks
that Dr. Foster netted $13,000 from 24 here, clad so like a ruffian that even
acres of grove, and while this is an ex- "my closest friends failed at first torec-
ceptional case the fact remains that ognize me. I can-assure you that un-
every grower is meaning big profits in ]es there is great change in New York
h- he business. This seedin is especially soon. it will ie s.dtrk as evef 'l)ark-
favored for the growin.':- of th, golitn est England' was. As we strolled
fruit. Tlie soil is well adapted for lIhe Ihrouigh the streets I said.half alohi,
business, and transportalion rates are Willim Booth, ir you were bete you
:. as low as can be secured in the orange could see sights such as you never saw
,' region, 11a fact that is worth (onsi.;ering. in England."
If all the railroad rumors now in eir- le spoke of his visit to the chliealp
eulalion should he verilidl Chiiago lodging hom.-es of New York, andil id:
couldn't hohi a candle it Oviedo a i "I think if the Havation Arny dnrs
railroad center. not soon get some of its Mieltt rs I i
-,, 41 nup in New I ork and offer thelm to
c"'t, .Smur .i ', k, z,'
:, ",.11h-,eh pi or, hoInelts -cre.ntunre., there
,- Monday morning wP n le,.d ix- ,,will be a fnr worse staTle oalTirstlhanl
teen cars-i standing on thet track-< ever existed in "Darkest. England'"
S near the depot .. ..
P: One day last week two of Mr. LAST OF THE WADLEY'S.
SBiggs'children gQt under Mr. Noda's Dth of the Lini Family Prominent
hougn and set tiro to some rubbish. l'"t or the L Gl:: ol" a Iamllt Prominent
The flames had ohftainedl considera.- AUOUSTA, April '20.-Tho family of the
ble headway when discovered, and late MftemAWadley rcceifl last night
were extinguished with difficulty. news of the death of AMr. Dole Indley,at
SNo great damage resulted. Portsmouth, N. H. He was the last of
W. r. Newell, conductor on the four brothers well known in Georgin.
"A.;A W., recently lost his house in He died of heart failure at 64 years old,
U eesboro, N. C., by fire. -Loss about the same age as were his brothers J
when they (lied of the iane infirmity.
,900 Insurance $600. We are sin- William bi. Wadley, David Wadley,
,for our _.neighbor's mls-, Moes Wadley and Dole Wadley came to
G6ok'i .i ''0o a m ore than forty y(ai'A ago from
..... "i- pshireand have borne a sturdy
11iGe~rgi's's development,
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Ocala Advertisements. t Gaaines

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Silver ond Plated WWare .Pains, ils a
OPTICAL GOODetS. GOLD PEr.-NS / addl

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__ '* F^RED G. B. WVJII-IE, Ocala+ Fla, ^ TT
-- 2 m ll kfd oIw rkdn in h bes Iman"ner

I am Headquarters for BT(
Tair1 J 1 m J 1 ^ 1 the Celebrated CHAR'
UltP~hl~lO Mfin~l ~n^Give-me atrial
Merchants, National-B ank. +A

A O l JOHN W. ASHLEY, President.

Of OcalaG
THE FIRS1


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S** ,,^ ^ 'Capital,
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ry., Does exclusively a bank
n the State. Solicits the ac
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JNO F. DUNN, Prest.; H. C, WRIGHT, IT -Pres; R. B. McCONNELL, Ca.shier
Caliies the Jare10 0and
Ca-pital -Daid in .81-00 006-": Housi 'atshjngk


Th~~ KU; _11 Houso Of Flqr'ida.'



Aln, CAMPBELL

SJaoksonville, FIl. i
Carry the largest" tnck in South Atlantgf


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Ice trade't
nr trad Vilins. Banjros, Guitars, Aeconrdeon, Anto-'
Sarps Strings. Sheet Musie, small Iriru-
RID I d.entSh. trinimmns, and anyl ine and
RIDA. veryffting musicaI at" I w-st oat
000 .:Northern prices. "
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Pland5 Organ Sil eli. Haunes Brothfrs,
00 \ f n Newby & Evans, Morria.
SIce 1'rem dent. ,' r .- n u n
ORG) AN$ Farrand & Votey, Chica-
A go Cottage, Vocalion.
p epecially recommend the Haines Brothers'
f |n b ]'ianns ani Farrannd anld Vit,?y ()r'anusf t f fir-.
nrhlniz thine het valueo lrany intr-maent in the."
w), Id. The F. and Vt, rwanp vra be taken to'.
Dvef-.andll put ti) twelher lj )ive nMJutes 6
,my intelligent lI.u.yaiila-ire hey um a. u r .
frv%.-r. r(- -pect -gri^.irl/-^ed a3 t fie \M.-t orga'n Vn1*
[h.- UTnited StaleS.
000_ EAYTERM.IA: SiO monthly, n Pianos and
1000 tint] fan5 11 Organ-3 till paid. Just think ot -cil
Anyone can own anl instruimc-nt on .
'000 terms. Littre mire than ,orinary rent. ,.o."
4 1,-r Free Ca'taIi'w, uv. &tat>. Wlit inv rniuplt
I0 ai.V ban, tui t-tint and y.u will pri.mptly get full info r-
UutfIfU tul t % 1 aj-,1.nlP|%ill i 11,h m i. hdI "e sroIe
,orporlions Iig r hargdans in a EC.Nl'D-HAND PIANOS-
od prompt I AND DhG.\ANS. lpend one cent for a postal
,'ard and wi m, i[? fi..r \alul"l I ihf,,rmativu.
t. (ushlic A.B. CAMPBELL..
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fh great sali|raatl6n C' thenet
fls.i, lPrlmItTy. S.Pondaur and


.,.t:ir mO me waae- Ht-, dSh, Mose
-ani Dot.WIley cDntinld the humber
business along the line of .road until in
.*16 death dissolved the partnership.
David, the second brother, was also en-
gaged in the lumber trade. He died in
Georgia and is buried in Atlanta. Wm.
M. Wadley died at Saratoga and is buried
at Bolingbroke. near Macon, while the
dust of Moses Wadley rests in the Sunm-
merville cemetery, near Augusta.
After the death of Moses Wadley, four
years ago, Dole Wadley returned to New
Hampshire, his sense of loneliness pre-
venting his return to Georgia, although
until the last moment his heart turned
in fondness toward his adopted state.
dEe leaves a wife, son and married
daughter.,
Senator Gorman Refunse a Reception.
NEW YORK, April 20'--The commit-
tee appointed by the board of the Man
hattan Club, at its last meeting, to
take into consideration the matter of
the reception to Senator aorman, in
view of his efforts in defeat of the
Force bill, reports that Senktor Gor,
mai, stated that, while, circumstances
had placed him in a position of promi-
nened in the contest against the pas-
sage of the Force bill, he regarded the
victory as in no respect a personal one
but as the result of the most self-sacri-
ficing and patriotic efforts by members
of the Senate. He expressed himself
as indisposed to accept honors which
hefelt in no respect belonged to him
personally. *


aP; ." frig itehed the guar away and
"thyhop. - ..
Pu Riley Dreached his fare-
sermon to the 1%. E. Church
.; last Sunday, ill health forbidding
'his continuance.
SLast Friday night the mercury at
S the Breeze office went down to 412"
above zero; Sunday morning there
was frost; Monday morning we.had
Sa freeze with the morculy down to
S29 at C. L. Dohn,'d; Tuesday inornt-
ing, April 7th, 1891, it stood at 22
above zero at the Breeze office.'i
_!"The Dickens place on N. HRills-
boro street, owned by the Dickens
sisters, of Ekterbrise, and one of the
choicest locations in town, was sold
by R. S. Nelson this week to Dr.
Barber. /The Doctor evidently'in-
tends it for his future,home and will
undoubtedly greatly improve it this
season Mr. Nelson left for Jack-
sonville this morning on important
land business.
Mr. Branning brings the account
from Oak 'Hill that while Mrs.
B-rry, Mr. Turner and one or two
Others w ire engaged in conversation,
Mr. Turner's dog discov ered a rat
: tlesnake in the bushes, near by and
in trying to seize -it, was struck be-
tween the eyes bythe snake, and
.. soon died of the poison. Mr. Tur-
ner sent for his run, shot the rattler
I nearly in two, ran -up, and seized it
pbout the body, but a shout of warn-
Ing from one of the party caused
Shim Jo quickly drop it. just in time
to save himself from its fangs.
The snake measured over five feet in
length. ^ ,
Veurti Courntyu ecrd .
It is a noticeable fact that refl. e-
-ate has- changed handff rapidly at"
1 r his place,"Lake Helen and Orange
City the past winter.
Dr.'H. S. Allen, a former editor
of this county, now residing at
Galnesville, Ga.. was in "town on
Monday. He returns to Georgia
this week.


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.. a trio dN BSON,
Manager, Unlercaker and Embalm


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rrbtkin UD.saesa. Eezrema, Chronic Female
.ta Mrctrial Pi.onu. Ttenior, Scaldhead etc..
P.P. Is apow-er'il elonic an.] an excellent a


IL BADAD. T.J.BWEARINGEL. J. b EDDINS.


E. BAIRD- & CO.,

HARDWARE.& STOVES


TH-E BUFEM LOAN & TRUST COiPANY,
.of Ocala. Florida.


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Loans money on improved Real Estate. Money al-
wayson, hand. No delay or unnecessary expense.'
Authorized Oapital, $200,000.00
Paid up Capital 1 00,800.00
SURPLUS, $ $16,500.00
Not Incorporated Under Act of 1889.


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LIPPMAN BROS., Proprietors,
WHOLESAT, DRUG-GISTS.-
tUppman, Block, SAVANNAH. GA.


For sale by'W,W:Johnson & Co.
.1icanopy, Florida.


NEED NOT BE AFRAID.


So Arch Stremit. Pahcd'a. Pa.
The. original andony genuine Compound
Oxygen Treatmen, .that of Drs. Starkey &
Palen, is a scientific adjustment. of the ele-
ments of Oxygen and Nitrogen magetized:and
the compound is so condensed, and made port-
able that it is sent all over the world.
It has been in use for more than twenty
years; thousands of patients have been treated,
and over one thousand physicians have used
and recommend it,-a very significant fact
The great success of our Treatment has given,
rise to a host of imitators, unscrupulous per-
sons: some calling their preparations Com-
pound Oxygen, often appropriating our testi-
monials and the names of our patients, to re-
commend worthless concoctions. But any
substance made elsewhere or by others, and
called ComDound Oxygen, is spurious.
"Compound Oxygen-Its Mode of Action and
Reuls 1,"is the title of anew book of 200 pages
punlsned by Drs. Starkey & Palen, which
gives to all inquirersadull information as to
this remarkable curative agent, and a record
of surprising cures inu wide range of chronic
ases-many of them after being abandoned to
die by other physiciens. Will be mailed free
to any address-on application.
DRS.STARKEY & PALEN,
1&299Arch St., Philadelphia, Pa.
120 Sutter St. SaFrancisco, U.t.
(Please mention this paper


Americans Can Travel In ,Itay With Par-
f- ect Safetry.
ROME, April 21.--In reply to a num-
ber of inquiries received at the United
States legation in this city from Amer-
i-ans contemplating a visit to Italy
.during the coming season,,as to wheth-
er it 'is safe, in view of the agitation
onsed by the New Orleans lynchings,
to el in Italy, the officials of the le-
gat ionnae assured the inquirers that
it is perfect .g.safe to travel in this
country. They" i that not a single
case of insult or outra, in which an
American has been the objt`- b een
reported to the legation. ; '--.^
SItaly is too depeendent on the moneys
spent by travelers, which sums are es-
timated to amount to $i00,000,000 an-
nually, to dcranything that would cur-
tail that expenditure, especially upon
travelers from the othe- side of the At-
Intic, who are considered, with'the
English, to be the most liberal dispens-
ers of coin. Of this sum it is reckoned
that American travelers spend fully
one-fifth. It is further estimated that
30,000 Americat travelers visit Rome
each year., Most of the hotels and
stores of this city depend, mainly on
Americans for support. '
SIn any case, the excitement supposed
to exist here has been greatly exagger-
ated. So far.as the present condition


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are appointed to sail as as followsr-stfndard time


Young orange seedlings In lots of
Sone and ten thousands wanted or
the California trade. Parties who-
have such stock will please commu,
nicalte with this office.
Obr winter visitors, or many of
Them, will remain in Florida for
several weeks yet. 1It is too cold to
'%go North yet. Florida, its charming
scenery and attractions, can be best
seen and appreciated for the next
x weeks.
i' -Two tracts of land were -sold at
i n. sider'a sale before the court house
- .dqor on Monday. Forty acres of
r.-.' ub land near Orange OCity were
- l, aod -iunder foreclosure ot mortgage.
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Savannah to New York Savannah to Boston.
(Central or 90 Meridian Time.)
m City of Macon ......... Thursday, April 2 11:30 am
Nacthoochee ...Wednesday, A ,10000 am etCity ............ Thursday, Apri 9, 6 00 pm
acooi n..L-;........'ray; April 3 00pm City of Macon..... Thursday,-April 16, 12:00 m
CityofA Bi g ;-at'day April 4, 2:0) pm Gale City. .... "..... Thursday, April -9, 5:00 pi
CityofAugusta.; onday, April 6. :00 pm City of Macon...,..Thursday.April .30, 4.&J pm
K an n ba s.......Wdnesoay, Apr l i,, a:a amA. m-
Kanss City ............. Fday, April 10, 6:30 am
Chattahoochee,.... Saturday, April 11, 7;00 pm i
Nacoochee................Monday, April 13, 9.00 pm
Cif i m Wed da, Aprl,15, 11: pam Savannal to Phildelphia.
City OfaAugusta ..... Friday April 17, 1:00 pm
Tallahassee..... ....Satruday, April 18, 200pmin
ans City ... .... Monday, Aoril 20, 3:30 pm (Thi s Ship does not Cgarry passengers.)
Chattahoochee.. Wednesday, April 22, 4:30 am i a .
Nacoochee....... .....Friday, April 24, 5:30 am
CityofBirmin am,Satu'day.April 25, .30am Dessoug..................Sunday, April 5. 2.00p m
Ct. of Augusa .... ** Monday, April 27, 7:00 pm Dessoug............ Wednesday, April 15, 104) am
Tallanhassee..,.... Wednesday, April 29, 9:00 am Dessoug...............Saturday, April 25, 5:00 pm
%%Mipalacea connett ._with l. eawnnah, Florida and W :em RBailway
'*^ frtT ">aftemr to the tnvln u~tadalpr datfe qaJlby no
A ttlM tfiofrdliad iie i toallprinclipalpointa.
+- and rooms apply to -
N w i nwaoo avaTnnah, .1 We ay',. JaeGl i6-m
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Authorized capital 250,00 .-'
Surplus 15,00|n d
.7.uuts: <.. Merchants, Farmers, and Individuals, solii


rScesDwoenepo' tto'Comptroller o fur
rehcy Dedember 19th, 1890.


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House Furnisring Goods,


Ti WUr rpnl HnlPP

HARNESS andtSADDLERY.
Pamints, Oils and Glass. Nails Mill
Supplies. All kinds of Tin & Sheet
IrOn Works. Piping for water
and wells promptly and sat-
isfactorially done.
SOn West Side of CoIurt Houre Square. -
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LEGITIMATE BANKING.
Has the Largest Surplus, Largest Lineof Deposits, and does the largest busi
ness of ay Bank in Marion County. We solicit your bank account and all busi
ness in our line and guarantee'satisfaction.,


O CEAN STEASHIPCOIPAAY,
THE' C1 qAovxlVTTATT


V-New YrkJ V o;Ll JLdPi. ladelphia.
New York, Boston,4and Philadelphia.


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FRESH MEA TS

-EVERY DAY--

At B. J. MILLS' Market.
dec20-3m


COMPANY,


ET.HENDERSON,
CONTRACTOR & BUILDER,
AND DEALER IN

Lumber, Shingles,

.Laths, Sash, Doors,


THE VERDICT IS RENDERED THAT

I. HEYMAN'S STORE
Is the pla;,d 'v.h-re all the Latest Styles and Novelties can be found,
Suitable for the

SPRING AND SUMMER OF 1891.
We respectfully call your special attention to our DRESS GOODS, of
the finest texture, shades and vanity, the latest of which is he black em-
broidered, Lawn Dresses, also white, of exquisite patterns and at ROCK-
BOTTOM PRICES. To describe the quantities and different qualities of
our -Styles dress goods would be impossible, and we invite you to call
around to our store and we will bQ pleased to show you our newaasortmaent
of goods. Our lovelv.

MILLINERY DEPARTMENT ,
Is in full trim, with an endless variety of Flowers,/Wreaths and Ribbons.
Our expert trimmer will trim you the bead-geaf artistically free of
charge and guarantee satisfaction.
'Ve have recently added to our stocks ..Vid,' best handt made ladies' shoes of
best quality, also in Mens' Misses' and Boys' shoes ie, claim to be Head
quarters. Our general line of goods is complete, with Groceries according,
all of which will be sold to you FOR THE LOWEST POSSIBLE
SAS1H PRICE. Yours very :respecfully,

I.HEYMAN.


inlB d E E IC., 0 ebratOd hiskies
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MICANOPY,


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G. Y. CHAMBERLAIN,
MIICANOPY, VLOBIDA,,
(WITH)


THE OLD RELIABLE

Micanopy Drug Store.


J. COOPER MATHERS;

DRUGGIST
--AND-

APOTHECARY


Hines


& Mansfield,,


SHUPFORD & CARTER,


FLORIDA PRODBDO

A SPECIAi-TY.


ESTABLISHED IN 1869.
WM. S, EMLEY



PRODUCE

COMMISSION

MERCH
'S. E. CORNER ONT ANP


iladelphia, Pa.

Advances made on iBt of adding
Snipping Orders and Consgni
ment respecifuUy
solicet an7d


Paints, Oils, Toilet Articles, o0nifec.- R ENCEs:--Second Nationa "
tions aad. all other articles usually Baik Jersey City,: and the
kept in a first class-Ding Store. Trade i4 General. .
PRESCRI-PWO A SA OiA Y -:o::o:o::o:.
A $TENciLS, ETL., FUTJiN0 EI8
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cVoibevc4*y* ** o. r m*
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ORi~'S ^ tor Ism.T
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w, ..r..i~can ['"t ....w ... ..
Bmf more aA*ra le DntrMn* .'Wr a mrm M pendl o fltt ,

E. M. Hackex. Proprnetor
TRG eAAPZ8T AS41 MOST COMP fcrAX- & S--- B "
1,WMMBM~qT SBOU!m v -
Geo S"Hacket & Soil


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CITY BAKERY,


0. P. JOHNSON, Propr

Fresh Bread, Cakes' Pies, &c
Kept always op band. Fapilie
furnished at reduced prices.
Loaf Bread Tickets for $1.00


Marble and Stone
Company.


MonumenitS.
farLd IfCM(, Soines a Specialty,.
J. M. QUARTERSJAN, AGENT,
..Mi.eanopy. F.t .. .

ROBERT :, BARNE
Wholesale arid Eetai ; "
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SASHIDOORS, BLINDS, PAINTSi
OILS, WALL PAPER.
A FULL LINE OF-PAINTERS '-
SUPPLIES AND BUILD- '
ERS' HARD -. .
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Agent9C elibrated'Averill
-" .rParits.
.-Orders promptly attended to and
correspondence soliciteb&. -
PALATKA, FLA.
dec20-aprl

P-.-CNNEEtU
WISOLESALE AND RETAIL .

WlNE MERCHANTS
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Sole Agent forduffy's M-alt an a :
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.5)NT STREET ICIlATI, OfflO'. FR STENCILS APPLY TO f
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Gi1i. M. CRAWOtD Agent, ,iNGr= & ,,DpT W

OainesvA t'e' "i, ^ ^*ia' *-It Ica


tt at'Center Point to(MeAh he ade hih d es'o hry.He rea lized
lIchool for ariothertterm. that there was money In the discov-
The meo ettn o T the citizens and ery, but, not having the capital to de-
tritek growers sometime since result- velop it, he sold his secret to Jtck-
ed in reducing the freight five cents sonville parties. They failed to
on crates, to take effect after the 20th. realize the value of the find. Col.
Good! T. S. Madhead, of Pennsylvania,
hearing that rich phosphate had
We had a fine seasonable rain to been found in Florida, came down
fall upon us last week, and every- and made and investigation on Peace
body is happy. Vegetable growers river, where he found sposphate in
all around here are now kept quite abundance. In 1887 he bought 200
busy; the plow and hoe are kept acres, and afterwards 600 acres more.
steadily going. He commenced shipping his phos-


pnate in May, 1888, this being the
first ever shipped from Florida.


ago the exIstence of 4oCfthe k^as n-,lothi ^ Mip 1111-i
thought Of. Ii a w years At Othin Made to Orider,
put of ph New companies are being forbueu11 ,--^ .. D ,l ^,W
every week, and when factories for t" ..I is, a-ig Une of
the manufacture of the rock into fer- sa -- -p -es . tilizer are established, as there is not samples for pas rin
the shadow of a doubt the will b suits made to -order, Pa '
Ss of aoubt they will be, $3 00 to $8.00. suits $18.00
the phosphate industry of Florida to $85.00. Fit guaran-
will rank in importance with the "t "8 0 e ct .
cotton manufacturing of Massachu- Office Montgomery bloe, Room
setts, or the iron industry of Penn- No 1 andgose us.
sylvania. Already from 300 to 500
car-loads per month pass through
Leroy on their way to Northern and 1865. -o- ESTABLISHED --o- 1865.
European markets. The manage-
ment of the Silver Springs, Ocala& SEE!
-Gulf railroad are using every effort
in extending branches from the main
line to the rich mines of this district, RO
thus enabling the many companies a
to place their phosphate upon the 100 PARK PL ACF. NFWvORKR


D. E. 'HOMPSON, Editoir.


PUBLISHED Ev F Y WlDNElDAY.


,


SUBqSURIPtrION RATE: One year,
.401.00" lx months, 50, cents; three
'manth's, 25 cents. All subscriptions
'due In advarife.
JOB PRINXTINd: Co&nected with
-thepaper alomplete and well-
app61nted job printing office, and
with new type and presses and com-
petent printers, satisfaction is as-
eured all who may favor us with a
-call. All kinds of work executed
with promptuess and ecuracy and
- ,at reasonable prices.
AD VERTISING, A Tjs'depend upon
location in the paper and will be
furnished upon applications


AND a-tLL XNDs 0o


Rev. J. P. Hilburn preached at
SMarvin Sunday at 11 o'clock; held
Sprayer meeting in the afternoon, and
preached at McIntosh same night.
SNear the close of his sermon at the
latter place, some one commenced to
wind up his watch. The preacher
said it was time to quit if the watch
was run dowh, and he did quit.
The very fine orange bloom did not
"pan out" as it gave promise. The
crop has dropped off very much and
still continues to do so; and the "red
t spiders" are depredating upon the
trees to a considerable extent. So
we may not look for such a tremen-
f dous orange crop. The usual amount
Sof corn is not being planted, eonse-
. quently a short crop. It is poor
economy for a farmer to have to buy
corn or anything else that can be
raised upon the farm.
r ....... BOARDMAN.

SChamberlin Goes Back on the
O. X.
S TACOMAI FLA., April 17, 1891.
SED. NEWS: I ask space in THE
STUSKAWILLA NEWS to advise those
I who do not know anything about
- raising sweet potatoes how to do it.
Set out draws or slips at once for
the purpose of procuring vines to
plant in June or July. Do not de-
pend on the volunteer vines of last
year's potato patch for vines to plant
then, but take a few of them now
while they are termed sprouts or
draws and plant them on rich land,
Ssufficiently rich to insure a bounti-
ful supply of,.not only vines, but
long-jointed vines, by theemiddle of
June.
GOne of the principal causes of fail-
ure in making potatoes now-a-days
is due to planting those volunteers-
after they have attained the proper
length for sticking, which is about
S184nches.
mYou may think because they are
small, and of the proper length and
being older and tougher than thecul-
Stivatedvines that ft would be foolish
to not plant them in preference to
those cult ivated, but that is a miser-
able, mistaken idea. Of eoursie they-
will not so quickly die for the want
of sufficient moisture as the cltivat-
ed vine, but, after that issaid iu their
behalf, all is sta',,for..t-ie:.areo o,
short pointed that it is imjfoSsible to
stick them deep enough in the
ground to insure them to live, with-
out getting unino to twelve points and
frequently more under ground, when
two or three is all that is, necessary
to grow good potatoes.
On account of the now ?brittleness
of the butt end of the volunteer vine
persons who plant or stick them are
more than apt to place the stick near
the butt end consequently making a
mass of fibrous roots or, strings, too
small and ill-shaped, to be termed
potatoes. However,, this can be
averted to a great measure by stick-
ing down the smaller bud end instead
.of the other.- Nevertheless I would.
advise the let-aloneness of thes e vol-
unteer vines.
In ante-belltipu days, as a rule
they planted potatoes on cow pen
land or niew -giound. The farmers
were so different from what they are
now, that we seldom had land with
sufficient vegetable matter for grow-,
ing them, We cropped our-lands for
,all they were worth, and cattle would
either break or be turned into the
fields before the crops were entirely
gathered and would clean every ves-
tige of green vegetation from them,
thereby reducing the fertility of dhe
fields in aenemarkably few years, so
they would not-grow potatoes. The
dautage tihe cattle did to the'fields
fully equaled that of the farmer, for
whenever a cow is left to her own
free will and accord, without any
hinderance( terrorism or molestation
Trom her--her--the husbandman,,
she wili all daygraze in the middle
of the field and when night comes go
to the woods to roost. Their ways
are not very fascinating, in fact, if
there is anything fast about a cow it
is when she get's a move on her to go-
against man's wishes. Its their na-


ture to dO ugly and they can't help
it, or a4'least they do not try.
I have worked' oxen a good deal
an'd through mistake have said "gee',
when I meant "haw." and they
/would go "gee" at a double-quick
time, and I never have said "halw"
when I intended it without having
to "cawhollop"I the off ox to have
my command obeyed. Well, before
I will work oxen again I will shoul-
der my old, trusty, war gun ("meat
in the pot") and join a company of-
of-well, a railroad company.
But mjy subject was potatoes; now,
I will right up my fence so it will
keep tle cows but and write this
communication over agai n next week.
Ox.


In July, 1889, Albertus Vogt, who
owned considerable land in and
about Dunnellon, while watching
the digging of a well on his place,
was struck by the appearance of
some rock which was dug out. He
took some of this rock to John F.
Dunn, a banker, of Ocala. Mr.Dunn,
after keeping the rock for some time,
had it analyzed. It proved to be
phosphate rock of a high percentage.
Mr. Dunn immediately bought a half
interest in the land uponwhich it
had been found, and then these gen-
tlemen, along with Messrs. Teague
and others, went quietly to work buy-
ing up any land on which there were
indications that phosphate might be
present. Many thousand acres were
bought up in this way before the
-general public knew anything about
the matter. About the beginning of
1890 the secret got to be too heavy to
keep, and the public were let in.
Nearly all the State papers were
filled with articles setting forth the
discovery in glowing terms and en-
larging oni the immense fortunes
which could be made almost in a day.
The people went wild. Hundreds
and hundreds of men left their ordi-
nary occupations and went into the
woods prospecting for phosphate.
Speculation" was rife. Men would
give ten, twenty, and even a hundred
dollars for the option of buying a
certain piece of land for a certain
price, relying on being able to sell
again, at greatly increased iGuees,
before -the term ot option expired.
Many. made immense sums in this
way. Farmers who had worked all
their lives for a bare living sold out
their farms for large sims, jumping
in W day, from comparative poverty
to offluener.
This boom continued for some
months, and then the people began
to be more particular about What
they bought. During the boom mu.h
land was bought that had no valu-
able deposit under it at all. High
prices were ofter paid for such land.,
Now it is almost impossible to sell
phos-rliate land unless it has been
pitted and the phosphate shown uip.
The industry of iniug the rock has
settled down to a commercial btsis
,'although even yet in the towi
the "belt,' phosrhat'e isls'thl
pal then of conversation. Immensei1
gums of money, have beeiuvestd
by companies for the purpose of
mining the rock. .It :was recently
estimated that $22,000,000 has already
been put into the business'. This
seems an immense sum, tak ing into
consideration the fact that two years


For Sale.


Wednesday, April 22, 1891.


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

THE METROPOLIS.
ONLY AFTERNOON PAPER IN-,JACK-
so'vi tLar
Makes a specialty of Society and
Hotel Gossip. Latest telegraphic
and local news. The cheapest paper
in tne State, and best advertising
medium.- By, the year. $500; -six
months, $2.50; three months, $1.25
Carter & Russell, Props.


WHOLESALE

Commission


Merchants.



FLORIDA

Fruits and Vegetables
A -

SPECIALTY.

Returns mado day of sale. Con.-
signments solicited and Stencils fur-
nished by
S. D. EMERSON,
Micanopy, Fla.


market. Marion county now ships
more phosphate, than any other coun-
ty in the State. To Mr. Alburtus
Vogt is due,all credit for this grand
addition to. the resources of Florida,
and his name will be handed down
to posterity.
The Hartford Fire Insurance Co.
is now ready for business in this sec-
tion, and we would be glad to furnish
persons, who desire insurance of any
kind, rates on any class of property
mentioned in SouthEastern Tariff
Association. D. E. THOMPSON,
Agent.
For the benefit of our vegetable
growers and the protection of honest
commission merchants we publish
below a list of commission houses
whose paper has been protested
through the First National Bank of
Gainesville, and furnished to us by
Mr. Jas. M. Graham, cashier:
W.B.1Metcalf & Co., Richmond,
Va.; G. W. Shalleross & Co., New
York: Fairbanks & Parker, New
York; Maxfield & Todd, New York ;
Wm. Baker & Co., Baltimore, Md.:
Christie & Rittenhouse, Philadel-
phia, Pa.


.*",. A Word to the Farmer.
Do you realize that you, by virtue
S tf' a gift bestowed on you by nature,
-are the mightiest men upon the face
of God's green earth ? :iyou do not
S we put you on notice that you' are
Why? is the question. From you
our inhabitants gain sustenance. If
.suoh is -the case it is a bad step for
.'the farmer to place himself in a de-
S' pendent position for alielyhood
For instance, ;many of our farmers
;toil early and late on their places
'endeavoring, to raise vegetables foi
S the northern markets, and at the
'same time they come to town.with
A load of vegetables, which they sell
in the above-named market and the
money they receive goes to buy corn,
ha'y,bacon, meal, eggs, butter, etc.,
Whtch they can and should raise on
their own places.. We do not wish
to d41soourage the raising of vegeta-
bles, but we do wish to exhort the
farmers oto pay more attention to the
raising of more stuff for home con-
sumption.
Not long since we were seated on
the veranda of Hotel Tuskawilla in
conversation with a gentleman who
practices what we are now preach-
Ing. He told us that he had tried
S raising truck until he was involved
in debt to an alarming extent, when
hlie decided to return to the old way
of, farming-raising cotton, corn,
hgS,. etc,,+ which le had abandoned,
an.. id now he is free from debt, raises
Shis own stuff for home consumption
and his place yields a good income.
If such be the case with one man it
-s reasonable to suppose that it could
be so with another.
We drop these suggestions so that
thy may perhaps call forth others
an lead the farmer to a full realiza-
tion of what he can do. He can place
himself in-a position. where it will
matter very little ( compared to the
Present, what vegetables sell for.
S Hetcan raise all he needs for -hme
Consumption in-eoinnetlon with his
-.- -truaethereby realizing a-cfean profitl
from' the latter at whever it .may
,_- -Jring.. ,We'tope every farmer will
-yfigure offithi smatter.

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Locibie Affahirs.
Abe Patterson,'who, it will be re-
S' membered, jumped from-a running
train and split open a crosstie with
his heads getting well. We are
: j; tr6ng, believers In the heel theory
: now. o- ; .. ..
S Mr. Church,representing the.Jack-
s" onville Mfonbument Company has
been sojourning wifn'us for several
... days. We selected a shaft to, be-
S placed oyer the graves of our loved
n and lost ones.. -
S Two young ladies, Misses Ellen
S/ Boss and Hattie Hickson, were out
for a horse-back ride last Saturday
S. evening. They make a fine appear-
S ance in the saddle, and ride with
S .practiced giape.
More crates to ship more cabbage
to send to New York to sell for
S freight andtommission, and, in case
of r"a, good luck, enough money
over to pay for, the crate, has made
things pretty lively around ourdepot
+ "'+ .for the last few days. ;
S; The bell for the Baptist church
l here has arrived from the foundry.
, :- It gives satisfaction, we believe, to
6. aH. The tone is clear and pleasant
'< as though it might be one of "the*
bells o" Brandon, that sound so
: .. grand on "the' pleasant waters of the
--: River Lee." :
The act that the railroad eommis-
: eion in its magnanimity and sense of
: justice, has reduced the freight on
cabbage four cents a crate, in time
for the lousy tail end of the crop to go
?-; '"under those rates, hasn't killed any-
S; body at Lbchble with excess of joy as
; ewas thought it would.
i We hadd with us at the Lochbie
tibaselast week, the WinshipBros.,
i! of Macon, Ga. One of the brothers,
Mr. Isaac Winship, iff still with us,
while the other brother is at Mican-
opy. These young gentlemen are


sons of the late Emuory Winship, one
of the first citizens and best men that
tqe city of Macon has ever known.
The name Winship inspires confi-
dence in Georgia whenever it is
written. We have known them
. there both personally and by reputa-
t lion. None stand higher, and these
S young gentlemen, who are working
-- life insurance in this section, all will
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D. E.THOMPSON- LOCAL AGENT.


Milteer, Roberts de Co.


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Commission Merchants,


THE FINEST ILLIARD PARa .,
LQOR AND BOWLING ALLEY
IN FLORIDA.
SBowling- Alley now open da
.and Night. -
ORDERs FnOM O"TSIE THE CITY
rnoxPTLV ATTENDED TO.


181 Reade St. New YorK


Geo. W. Avery, Agent,
Evinston, Flor.Ida


- Satisfaction -guaranteed and cor-
respondence solicited,


A V YEAR I I u.ldertke, to brir
i I I i i'll~a'r instructSi, wiUI work indiutdciusi,
S 30 Wht, t. eTO T Tbhusm4 l Potrll.
Tear Intheirown o itia,*.rt :oll. wlllBfiIk
*Ne ft* *y fr dlea u14Bsn lc e sl s e abore. Easily lind qaickiT
Jelrned. 1 deitl-kj a" workerrfrom **h dillf.ct orfpnth. [
I"t'oT already ash$ and provfdeidi w(k ihemplyrnt 1
numberwhae r* makiaf over $8000 a eoareach. It'sa Nk"-
and S Lr IP. Full rpanrulart 'f cJ. Address It once,
E:. C. A I-.L N -l K 0, Aun-'t 3 MJl|o.


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AND 187 CHiAMBEIs STREETS,
NEW YOU CIP.n\,


J. W. CARTER.


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Drugs,, Medines, Chemical


ORANGE PACKERS and BUYERS,
-AGENTS FOR-


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_Redfietd Son, Philadelphia..,
C. P. Tatem c C., Baltimore.

FOR

Daily Market Quotations and Stencils,
Call on us at our Iekfng Hous, near the Florida southern Depot.


FLOE


.-11, o" D spieUdLU men andu mthe sOUl _--- -
or itself. .Hister'of the Phosphate Indus-
S --."- L. try in Florida.
'". .. "a __ '.-_ From tbe Lefor News.
.p.- _>5m u+tlm eniugs.
..,Moar..ma. e, -g- -It is now generally conceded that
; ...- -tti16k for a big tomato crop phosphate was first discovered in
......'iY .proxax ng at this titui. Florida by J. Franeis LeBarron, a"
......+ _,rrd s o Po civil engineer, of Jacksotiville, who
od~ia comsin of Prof Vvllak-
:: ^ .r.:.;'..': _n was formerly in the:_-Government
tonohw on a visit to rl's omryi hIo uet
s p..t service. In the wiuter of 1
^.;t"::.:.1a{-tath. .^ I(wtY3^ployedntey ^f
IVa,4w i he a
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[SSION MERCHANTS
(HEADQ(UARtTERS FOR)

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blied the flu.
ast mechanic-
a *kill, the
*ioat useful
4 ib pratical
otm.e'w and
all kawn ad.-
ft des that
wike a sew.
if machiua
la .to
a"-'or, use.


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IWHOLESA- 0-COMMISSION MERCHANTS
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GRJEEK-I NiT


The Tuskawirla News.


Vegetables and Count-y). ..
123 9. 3T4RLER S-,+ 4BLTLMORE,+
Stencils furnished on applioation. ^
RE. aCE n, : ,9 v >ox.

Citizen' ,'at.iontla Ban, f Baltimore Md.
The XationaI.Bat k-ofthe northern -Libertias Phil Pa.


0. MOOPE

Black smithing,

HorseshoeinD
A specialty. Satisfaction guaran.
teed_ Wagon and earriag+ repair
neatly done. 11- yl

MRS. HAMILTON,"_
'" OF- ^ ^ .
EVINSTQN, FLORIDA,
-desires to inform the ladies
that shb is prepared to do
Sewing, or Cutting and-
SFitting
In the LATEST and MOST ].I-
ROVED MANNER.
Satisfaction guaranteed. G.ve' .," *,r
a eall, or send you ordc.r d r

St. AUGUST INE


WOOD, WOOD, WOOD;

DELIVERED IN ANY PART OF
THE CITY AT THE LOWEST
PRICES. ,.,
-5tf- G. J. HAG00D*.


S. DURHAM,

CITY BARBER & JEW"ER,

Neat Work Guaranteed.

MICA&NOPY. : FLORIDA


_SM04". aOfO yer tIfe n.g+ ea : -.olmI t
S fS yon I,Y u nI 0 t WA 1k l II tMuslh but we con
*j& q toeuh youtquiekly how t, earn fromsr$ &to
limU I-f lu a i t. The I n. u t sl &l1d More on yuU go
y~ffV ~SL11'"""" *!** 1 *** I11"- ****^ v
on. .11, so"Ies, l'. 'ts" ,". any 'Pan
OT, r*^-A r ite. You c an* cl"P ricA Ri boa"l, i-
nlC B Ifcr alf s h you r a ir s.or spar e m1um.ar o n .ly Ig
IhL a work All isl % -- lre, rtFo 7 1 t"
Severe %orker. We safr& yoie feu lI1uf
e, S r *r-Thlnr, EABL.T.,11IMMtILT lDh i-n .
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The TpkawiHa Ne.

Offielal Notiee.
The nost;oftice will be open from 0
ito10 oplock a. m., every Sunday, for
the accommodation of the public.
M. C. ARNow. P. 1M.

asRIPPENINGS,
... 77*
:;iiiima opposite this
---^
I _,e pencil m0 opposite this
' t'agrap tidicates that ,ur sub-
scription h s1xpired and y_ are
-requested to renew ac.nece. Parties
livisig near town will pleise, call at

The entertAinmen '
Lovely moonlight nights now.
Old newspapers for sale. loc. a 100.
$end THn NEWS office vegetables.
Send the NEWS to a friend in the
: Torth.,, ..

WANTED.--Chicken and eggs at
the NEWSi office.
Do you wish a piano or organ? If
: so, call at tias, office and secure a
bargain.
- Micanopy possesses a lot of wrest-
ling timber; but Mr. W. B. Carter
Carries the belt.
i t is rumored that a new real estate
-firm is soon to be started in town.
-.We wish it success. /
The Gainesville District Confer-
n' e wil meet in the M. E. church


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ub Rates.
nlahirge our subscrip-
ave arranged with the
the papers below to
EWs with them as fol-

nah News ........$1.75
la Standard .... :.. 1.50
s-Union ....... .... 1.50
ta Constitutionw... 1.60
it Free'Press..... 1.50
offer the TUSKAWILLA
subscribers at less than
but will give them the
reduction that we can
apers.

MILTON, FLA.
&rtify that I havelbeen
scrofula, or blood poiT
nber of years.; The best
Mobile and this city
could be done for me'
Large quantity of -, but
ief in anything that I
mbs were a mass of
hen, I was sent to phy-
ile my entire body was
s. I had given up all
last resort tried P. P,
sh, -Poke Root and po-
after using four bottles
he sores have entirely
nd my general health
ter than at thepresent
plethat knpwme think
Sdu- re;-. .. "
Respectfully,
ELIzA TODD.


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MI$CANTILE EXCHAGI. .,NEW YORK. pOUCExo. EXCHANGE, PHILA.



: APRIL 2-1st.-NEW YORK kAlRKET REPORT.
COhbage $1.00O Potatoes 4.00 to $6.00. Flat Beans $3.00, Round| 3.50






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SCOKMHISQN MERC1HCANT,


W. P. SHETTLEWORTH
WITHT)

M. F. PECK.
PROI K COM', MERCHANT,

-AN QI DEAL ER IN-


FLA. FRUITS
---AND-


V VEGETABLES.


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-'** > -' -- "-- *- : : : L -
S....A Pleasant Affair. { -
:. ** .. .."w ". t.- '- '. '.
SAs great black clouds arose in the
western skies last Thursday morn-
Ing, many sad faces dou be seen G RA
among the young people of our oth- G RAn
erwise lively little city. For days
they: had looked forward to the The Public i
evening of this particular day. As GOODS, STY]
could be seen in the columns of THE The Most v
NEWS, there was to be a ball, one h Most
that was, judging from the prepara- stock ever exh
tions, to be the cream of the season,
and to think after all that the pros- DRY-GOODS,
poets pointed to a rainy,.bad evening
was enough to cause these pleasure-
seekers to feel "blue;" but along to-
wards sunset the clouds dispersed,
,the heavens became clear, and at Black and w
nature o,. hinted time the beauti- patterns trim
fut queen of nigt-aose in all hers and children
majesty, casting a soft and luring esa ie
light over a happy and contented linens, napki
community. All traces of disap- Our stock ha
poinI bad gone with the fleeing great care front
clouds andn-'oting remained but a of this country
delight crowd of -p le who gaily
hurried to Hotel Tuskawll where
were to take place the festivities of
the evening. -
At the hour of nine the music was
started, under the direction of Mr, ,\ (p of A
A. R. Elmore, assisted by his little a nuailor 1890.,
son. Mr. E. is an expert violinist and belongs t
and -we can scarcely describe his left in, desk
artistic management of thi bow, but Mr. W. -Br
with all this his son is "king of the there. ALy in
fiddlers." He is only nine years of warded -
age and plays the most difficult se-
lections with perfect ease It was -11
treat long to be remembered to listen in order to
to the father and son, and as their tion list, we h
minelod ious strains floated through publishers of
the rooms of the hotel a feeling of fri t N
blis, better experienced than de- furnish the ,
scribed came over those assembled. Weekly s avan
B oon the dining room of the hotel Weekly FloriU
was filled with brave men and fair Weekly Times
women, who engaged- in "tripping Weekly Atlan
the light fantastic toe" until about Weekly Detro
ll o'clock, when ice cream, straw- We do not w
berries and cake were served; after NEWS to old su
which d4ecing was again resumed regular rates,
and lasted until the wee sma hours, benefit of any
The crowd assembled was immense, get on other p
and we believe it was enjoyed by all
Quite a number from Gainesville,
Orange Lake, and other places were, This Is to ce
in attendance. The evening taken afflicted with
all together was glorious, and we all son, for a num
feel indebted to the'starters and hope physicians of
they will soon repeat it. To Mr. and said nothing
Mrs. -Hagood we are thankful for I also took a 1l
the delicious supper and hospitality found no reli
received. 1 tnok. Mv lin


At a meetinigo fMiaanopy Alllance "TI -
lat Saturday, Thma. MCredie was OUR
elected secretary vice P. A. Ruhli re-
iglwd. -$2 A"D$3MOEDS
nFor good worxonfinehotogphs have ten'the lead over everything.
and other pictures call. on O.,P.
LiKins, Photographer, Gainesville. They have become very popular, and
Satisfaction guaranteed. are growing more so every day.
. In selecting their Spring Stock, 8. They are
H. Benjamin & Co., endeavored to LIGHT, STYLISH, DURABLE,
increase popular lines and add all W ELr tArD
new and novel goods that were of WE" L MADE."
fered. Everything that was not Come and see them before buying
stylish and popular they let severely elsewhere.
alone. Call and see for yourself...
; TDON'T FORGETn


.M-S~rX f IWCSl~ a t-RWaOvt


.^ : t < ,. -; **; ? : ^ ^ .-- : '
s invited to inspect our OUR STYLES ARE THE NEW- OUR MILLINIERY DEPAIt-
LES AND PRICES! EST. MET.' -
red -tensive "i _Is now complete. Lad-is desiring's
arled and extensive has been .acknowledged, that istylish hatWvill -,loase callT as thero
ibited in Micanopyl there .is no ,equal in the market in is&n experileied intilinet in attenL
our magnificent display of dante" who will trim hats on short
WHITE D ESS GOODS' notte -
'OTIONS, .... S R '
Hamburg and Swiss Embroidery. ,. 'Our shoe departmt.'ntls now cptom


FANCY GOODS,
hite embroidered dress
mings for ladies, miss-
n, white goods, table
s, towels. &c.
s been selected with
u the leading markets


Ilete, with a full llne*eof Litdies%,
Gets' and Childreus' Low Quarter
Shoeq an.d 4 lippe,r. "
-CLOTHING AND HATS
For Gents Boys and children, A
complete stock of
IjA.IN WA RE,:
GBOql RIEB.
*. ,F4JURNIT7RE, ..- .
MATTING &c., Ao&.


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- lessrs. -C. B. Griffin and W. J.
WaM r, of Windsor, were in town-
Friday intieInterest of the railroad?
mplatedq, i& to be ex-.
s sor,"
tendedfro "A8rose v dsor,
(dampville and oc ei:- to t eie
opy. Funds sufficient to extend -I-*
road to Rochelle have already been
raised and the company promise to:
extend the road to this point and put
stock thereon if the people of Mican-;
opv will grade .ad tie same. -A good!
opportunity we believe is now pre-:
sented us to soon have this new line
brought .here. We trust everyone
sees the importance ofgetting a comr4
petative road, as it will be a great
benefit as regards freight rates. It
will please us to hear an expression
from the people on this subject, and
our columns are open to all.
Many improvements in the way of
new buildings are under contract in
IIIa "y It is a gratifying march
to the riit that our lovely town i1
making but, when we view the sur-
rounding country and all of-its
natural advantages, the cause of her
improvement is easily accounted for.
Why should -'we eit down and fold
our hands while other towns gain a
place at the front? "it is far better
to make a grand failure trying to do
and accomplish something, than to
loseall through idleness and neg-
lect," remarked a wise man,, mid it is
applicable in this particular case.
Would Florida, rich as, he is i beds
of phosphate rock, have been today
enjoying a bountiful income if her
energy and enterprise had quietly
folded hkeir arms across their
"6noblc _reasts" and said, "we'll just
wa It, tiliie will develop theso things
and we will reapoar profits.?" No,
citizens e Micanopy, she would have
been starving on the prospects of
future development. Let every man,
woman and child put their shoulder
to the wheel, and with one grand ef-
f4,rt we can roll Micanopy to the
highest pinnacle of success. How
this is to be accomplished is easily
explai-ed, Advertise your town in'
all of its branch hes; make it attractive
,by fixing up the streets, your proper-
ty, and in various other ways junvte
the tourigt,home attd pleasure-seekor
and.last, but greatest, the settler, to
come. to thjie r t atsettiaon f
SF lorida, ""- ". .- .. .: :" '.
The Lonae., _tar Dining Room,
Gainesvillei, Fla., recently opened
opposite Eudel Bros., proves to be a
great convenience to the visitors to
that city. Besides furnIshing the
very best table in the city, Mr. Cul-
verhouse has an ex:icellent line of
finue Whiskeys. Beer,ete.s,8.eperate,
but o(nvenient to the Lode Star
Dining Room. When you are in the
city give him a eall. (13tf)
For. Sale.
One Jersey cow with heifer calf,
$75.00. One Jersey cow with heifer
calf (first calf), $65.00. One heifer
(due calf), $50.00. Younger heifers
$35 to $40 F. G. SAxMPSON.
1 tf Boardman, Fla.
B. t Avcken*Ara Salve-
The best Salve in the world for
Cuts, Bru;'ses, Sores, Ulcers, Salt
Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped
Hands, Chilblains,. Corns, and all
Skin Eruptions, atd positively eures
Piles, or no pay required. Itis guar-
anteed to give perfect satisfaction.
or money refunded. Price 25 cents
per box. For sale by W. W, Johnson
, &Co-. "
-ERSQNAL.
Dr.,8. D, Smoke, of Ft. White,
honored us with a call last week.
Mr. Waterman Johnson, the enter-
prising merchant at Flemingtoni
- was in the city Sunday.
Prof. C. J, Purdy, the athlete; took
fn Gaineeville Saturday, having has
. piotograplh taken during the trip.
Mrs. Waterman Jphason, of Flem,
ington, spent several dlyr in this
town last w~ek, returning t her
home Sunday.
Mr. geek Hicksoni e5f Lake City,
uncle of Landlprd Hagood, arrived
in town Friday and will apoend a few
; days i.Aur midst.


I --- -^^ M ^ a H ^- ----- ^ *":. i,' --
A Wonxler Worker.,
Mr, Frank Huffman, a young man
of Burlington, O, states .that hlae has
been under the care of two prqolinent
physicians, and used their treatment
Until he could nt get axpunO. They
pronoqunaced hiscase he consump.
Stion and incurable. Ie was per-
f suadedto .try Dr, King's New discov-
ery- for' consumption, Colds and
coughs and at that. time was not able
to walk across the street without rest-
, tug. He found, before he had used
half of a dollar bottle, that ho was
much better; he continued to use it
and-ia today enjoying good health,.
t If you have any Throat, 7L4, or
I Chest Trouble try it. .atisaction
. guaranteed, Trial bottle free at W,
W, Johuspn and Co.'s drugstore.
8 A Card of Thanks.
We desire to thank the goo.d-peopit
t of Micanopy for the xa6d ,thin
. which they brought t'.. us and for
t the pleasure of their co manyy last
y Tuesday eveningg. Ne feel that we
Share sO stran rs& May God's rich.
e est blesinp reAt upok you ALit(
e our prayer. Youth sincerely.
e T-W-'-k ,T H.P. i~ww,
B ''itfWEIAA PERCk RiLBUAiN.


Our Satines. which we offer at 10c,
are, a bargain,, and, of course, you
will wonder how we do it.
BUT WE MUST ALWAYS TAKE
THE LEAD.
a ,*.,, ; ,** .' '".' !-. 'i
That s why this splendid bargain
is offered. All over k Embroderles
and full line ofl4ces, parasols, gloves
fans and corsets.


-that we have also a full line of fine
SHOES tt moderate prices.
H. T. VATTERLIN,
Gainesville, Pali'tia and Tampa
.~- ticeto Tax-Payers.
'The City Tax Books n oow open
and parties owing taxes are rt suest-t
ed to come forward and settle.
W. M. AVENT. COLLECTOR.

The Elocutionary Entertainment
and eIce Cream Festival.
The elocutionary entertainment
which was previously 'announced and
that has been looked forward to with,
so much pleasure came off last.even-
ing in Carter's Hall, before a large
and highly entertained audience.
The program was complete and each
part was well rendered, and reflected
more than ordinary credit upon the
participants. The exercises' opened
with music, on the 'organ by iMrs.
-V. W. Brice, with banjo accompani-
nient by P. A. Ruhl, which was fol-
lowed by several select recitatious
from Miss Margaret Peace, namely,
"'esus Lover of My Soul," Bessie
and I," and others which were ren-
dhred in a manner most creditibi tu
,the lady in person; then came a song
!by Misses- Florrie and Mamie Foa-
tane and P. A. Buhl, entitled "The
Fisherman and his child." Mkiss
Peace then recited several other se-
lections ofa humorous nature, among
which were, "The Coquet-Punished,"
and a most amusing description ot
of slaying the pestiferous mosquito.
Misses Duffy and Lottie Hart then
.sang a duett,, "Murmering Sea,"
-which was highly appreciated, and
Mrs. Ella Hilburn next sang "Tit
For Tat," a very well cliosen song,
in a manner pleasing to all. Again,
Miss Peaee appeared, this time to
recite "Curfew Shall Not Ring to
Night.", In this re0itation Miss
Peace was .splendid, and mnhuy sad
faces were seen as she touchingly
described how a brave girl saved the
life of her lover. Then she gave a
humorous recitation, and in a most
laughable style delivered a lecture
from an old lady on the subject of
chewing tobacco and "spitting on
the floor," followed by a song fromu
Mrs. Uilburn. -Thus the= ite -i-
nwmnt ended, and'we all were invited
to partake of the ice cream, straw-
berries,cake, &c, whidh were prepared
by the ladies of the M. E. church-
Many words of praise were bestowed
upon the participants in_ the e dnter
taininent, and justly t(oo,, as Miss
Peace has proven herself an elocu-
tionist of rare ability, and we hope
many more such entertainments will
follow thi. To' the ladies who pre-
pared the repast is due great credit
not only for the good eating, but the
kind attention shown everyone. The
musical pta1 of the program, under
the direction 9,f Mrs. Briee. was ex-
cellent, and showed good taste, for
- which she has the appreciation of
all. The proceeds were far beyond
what was expected, having taken in
htlyeen $55 and $60. We simply re-
, mark, well done.
too&
Electric Bitters .
This remedy is becoming so well-
; knownand so popular, as to need. no
special mention, Al wha.havet:used'
Electric Bitters sing the same song of
praise,-A purer medicine does not
exist and it is guaranteed to do. all
that's claimed, Electric B$tters will
cure all diseases of the river or kid-
neys,will remove Piuiples, Boils,
Salt Rhieum and other atff0tions
caused by impure blood.-nWill dria
Malaria from the system and prevent
as well as cure all M~alarial fevers.-
For cure of Headache, Constipation
a indiigestiontry Electric Bitters-o
Entire: satisfactiont guaranteed, .or
mo ey refunided.-Pr ce 50 cents and
$1 per bottle at W. W. JoHssoN
Co.'s drugstore.


Lost. '
Ayers Newspaper An-1
This is a new volume,
o this office. It was-
in the old residence of
ice, and was last seen
formation will be, re-


-ae Wil LUUIJ A
in Micanopv, May 7th. ,
-C 3ome and see bur 10 cent Sateni
S bought at bankrupt sale; always
o,:s. old 20e. before.
8. H. BEwNJAm & Co.


s,
Is


POPULAR : DindRUGo sTOR
-You will find a Complete Stock-of


.One full treatment of compound
Soxygen can be bought cheap at this
office. ,
": Considerable amusement over the
e.gidne called "tiddledy-winks," at the
.hotel these lovely nights.
iW" e call attention to the article oh,
raising potatoes. Those who grow
themni may fnd itprofitable.
NEwi and Second Hand Wagons
....nd Buggies for sale at C.ater's
1 hop. 10t
4 es in the fr out
S.The Japan plum trees In th front
. yard of 'Mrs. W.. Fontane,
"tre very pioliflc frultets, as well
as being exceedingly ori-neuntalrbe-
p-. ides the fruit l: delicious.
': Ye editor has returned from Ocall
'. :..Lnd -next issue will place THE NEWa
.-liflts old place, as thb beit paper for
ocal news in the county. The
Loade i.vll",wI.ingly ilds his place.
4z: nlpriiio~ have In-their
.."'Oewt stock -theo largest, Sand finest
assortment of Embroderies ever
brought to Micanopy.
Siv J. v- Hilburn wlb llr i his pul-
pit in Micanopy M. J. church, next
v. 4Junday morning-n 4 -exenin at.the
itU.e :l 1
rare welefine.

Abbot's East India Corn Paint
renfboves quickly all corns, bunlouns
Ao nd warts without pain.
'WWe. were agreeably surprised to
Learn that our friend (. E. Owen Is
" ;quite an artist with \he banjo. We
will not be surprised to hear of Chiar-
lie being prosidt-nt oue of these fine
days.
C'atarrh originates in scrofulas
taint. P. P. P. purifies the blood
aud thus permanently cures Catarrh.
"The ladies of Micauopy, with, the
assistance of the gentlemen, wish toq
organize a 14iterary Club. We would
Se glad to see such an organization,
.- s it would be a source of instruction
S"as well as entertainment. We hope
S the project will materialize,
Wye don't wish .to be impertinent
or sassy, but we do wish somie of those
'pretty young ladles who often pro.in
_.enade past this office would stop giv-
ing us suck ersrss lpoks. Ye are
fi'peace"-able and it frightens the
little "devil" very much.
Terrible blood poison, body cov-
pered with sores, and two bottles of
P. P. P. (Prickly Ash, loke-Root and
potassium) cured the disease, mak-
S ng the patient lively aa a ten-year-
old
We attepded the Baptis -church
'Sunday morning, and had the pleas.
ge po listening to a most impressive
S disc course from the lips of Rey. Mr.
Geiger. EverY one realizes fully
What they would have lost had'heac-
cepted'the call from Tampa, and we
are rejoiced that he did not. .
Imported Satines, 20c., former price
66c.; Outings, 10e., former price 15c.;
Ginghams in Cliamnbray-Styles 8c.,
fornier price 10e.; Imported Challies,
something new, never offered Uy this
.market before, at
S. H BEN.JAsN &Co..
On the evening of Friday May 1st,
the ladies of the Presbyterian church
4 will give a grand ice cream festival
"These ladies have given festivals of
S this nature before and with stc.h aue.
kess that it is unnecessary for us to
-'.ay anything by way of comment
p o and a9 it is for the church we hop

everybody will go.
.--. Rheumatism was so ha-, that
-ames Irvin, of Savannah, could
eardly walk from pain in hMs should
.'; "der and joints of his legs." P. P. P,
---. '. _rlckly Ash, (Pok& Boet anrd Potas
.r.",.-'.-: Selm) was reesorted "'and Irwin fi
:, well and happy. .
''. *:. ', We are requested; o- announce tha
e, *'.everybody is |ntved to attend a pic
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ulcers, and wb
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Seedsi A icutltural implements, Hardware,

Meokhanical T0o6 f. Et;Ptl e, Etr

Call at e: .iaine our goooda and get prices.


8. F. CREW.


M. L. COLBOURN.


Lookoutfor the, new ad. of the
Liverv Stable in this space next
weeK. W.G. Finger, Proprietor.


Crosby, Pattoa &d CaOl' ICf tad,


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REFERENCES.
Judge G. W. Means, Evinston, FIa.
F. Q. Sampson,, Boardman, Fla.
Geo. Glpvvr, Macedon, N. Y.
Irvin National Bank, New York;.
C. H. Register, Smyrna, Del.
U.Clark, Cornwalkobn-Hudspt N .Y."
, n Bird, Atit'y Bradtreat m.
Agency,,.NW.York.


SiEF REN,
Fispt National Ban, Ga'inesville,


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NEW STORE'! ,W G000DS I

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S-DEA LBR N-,-

:General"-l [Merchaniise


Micanop FOrida,
\ : ; r st- *- .,: ;, t ,... .. : ?y ,, ,** *! .
If you want 100 cents worth of goods for a dollar come to my Cheap
Cash Stor,.Montiomeay block.-, ";- .... -"


Drugs, Pitent Medicines and.J Toilet Artice
I SIN VOK ALL m TIti ,:
-A OCD AiSSORTMENT OF- ,

FRESH GARDEN. SEEDS.,
We will always keep in-stock a Full iine of Cigars antd Tobaoc
CALL AQ SEE ,U I

W, W. JOHNSON CO.,
Micanopy, Fibrida,


RbR~R~AINS-!


CREW & COLBOURN,
(WHOLESALE)

PRODUCE COM. MERCHANTS
-In-

Fruit. Produce.


Southern Fruits and Vegetables,


wi $-,ON


MANAGER


CARTER,


318 NORTH FRONT ST,

Philadelphia,, Pa.


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

CARDS AND SlENCLS ON
APPLICATION.
G. V. CHAMBERLIN, Aglpantl
.MicAnopy. Florida.'


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Schedule In Effect Feb. 22. 1891, Central Standard Time. ._
GOING BOUTH READ DOWN STATION.- GOFI NORTH RIA" P .
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............ 610opm 121pm 928am Ar Gr'n GoveSg Lv 5 24 am5.f.am 6 20 pm ..........
............. 715pm 2 09pm 1025am ....Palatka.." 4 6 am 5 6Pm '*"- >
.......... 880Jpm 3 pm lI45am "...,.Seville ,, am 9 8 a m a j .m... .. '
........ ........... 435pm 1 13pm ." ....DeLand ....... 8 00 a2 44 m ...-....... '
.......... 936pm 406pm 102pm OrangeC a 0p 159 1010 pm 4 40pm 1 5Isto -. ... 115 am am "opm .... .
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so 2 as ... itu .. ..:"".... 530 am 25 ..
........... .......... +6 30pm 5 m .Titusville.. .W- 5 am pm .......
......... ... ...... 55 .m 6 50..mTavares.' 8 -'.....6- ..... .... 8.. ..
...... ............ 5 5m 10'Pm Orando.d" ..Opm 6l.am12 7pm ..:.4-5:. 1
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............. 3 55 pnx ............. 12 20 pm ..Rochell ...... ........... 3 30 pm 8 55 am ..........
........... 7 15" p ........... 12 55pm ...Gainesville. .............. 245-pm 7 45am ........... -
.......... 4 59pm ............ 10 pm 0 ..OrangeLake .I.......... 248pm 748am ...........
.. ...... 5 55pm ............. 203pm ..Ocala ......... ......... 155pin 7 00 m ............ .
........... 7 30pm ............. 3 58pm .Legsburg... ............ 12 00 m 5g30"am .......... ,
............ if 8 50pm ............ ,5 50pm ...Pemberton ............ 10 40 am .......... ....
............19 40pm ......... 6 25pm ..Brooksville ............. 9 40am ............. ..........
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Sore, Ulan'ur Stwe ein se" Reumatlm Malaria, old
Chronic Ulcers that have resisted all treatment. Catarrb,


Skin Diseases eems aCronic Female com-pW-nies., aIfer
cura Poison Ttter, SaldHed, etc., eck.ze~


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OFFIE FFICE~irE MATTING ETC.
Also Coffuns, Ciak, Me, Ot ad#r-
4kerse Goods..


Patronize Home Industry I
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Boats, Boats.

Row Boats, Sail Boats and Canoes of ev
ery size and description.
Prices from $35.00 up, according,
quality.
BOATS +AND STEAM LAUNCHED
Built to order.
Borden's Clay County Woodworking
Company, -a
S Green Cove Qpr*ngs, FIe.
Purchase of nus and SavTe Time and Frplligts. .






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IJACKSON VILB ILORIDA
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We present our readers with the de-
signs and full particulars of the above
elegant home. The estimated cost may
vary in some localities.
Mason's Speciflcations.
EXCAVATION.
Excavate the ground for the basement
or cellars according to the area of the
plans and sections, and to the depth
requisite.
Remove, from time to time all soil,
stone and other rubbish that accumu-
lates in and aboit-the building.
Dig trenches for the footings all
walls in basement.*
BRICK WORK.
Build all chimneys as per plan, and
in no case allow less than six inches of
brick work between timbers, or any
wood,. and the smoke flues. All flues to
be smoothly plastered on the inside.
Furnish and put in all stove-pipe thim-
bles where shown or directed. "Allopen-
ings for fire grates to be arched with
good brick.
CUT STONE.
All the cut stone work shown on the
front, and all window and door sills to
be either lime or sand stone of the styles
shown, all properly set.
Plasterer's Specifications,
LATH AND PLASTERING.
SAll lath used for the building must be
good No. 1 pine lath. in lathing, care
must be taken to break joints at least
every 18 inches. All corners must be
made solid before lathing.
Plaster-of-Paris Hard Finish.-All
walls and ceilings to be finished in two-
coat work, hard finished.
Plumber's Specifications.
The contractor shall p-ovide all sinks,
wash bowls,, water closetb, water tanks,
soil pipes, waste pipes, ptmps and all
necessary fixtures.
All supply pipes must be I of an inch
in diameter, 'except those forI wash
bowls, which must bej inch, and all ex-
tra strong.
Waste pipes from sink must be 2 in-
chesin diameter,of iron; from bath tub,
1I inches; from wash basin, 14 inches, of
lead.
S All wvaste and soil. pipes must be pro
vided with stritable traps. All waste
an4 soil pipes must be ventilated.
Sinks must'be.imade of wood, of such
.-s.'" zas as are required,,supplied with hot
and cold water.
Bath Tubbe must lined with 14-oz. cop
per; supplied with hot and cold water.
Wash Bowls to have 14 inch basins
with countersunk American marble top
S; O. G. sides and back.
Water Closet to be best nMake, sup
plied byf pipes, soil pipe 4-inch.
S All soil pipes must be 4 inches in di
:' meter, and of cast iiron, and be venti
*-/ lated. .. i
Pa-siner's Specifcations,
PAINTING( AND GLAZING.
The contractor must provide all th
5 + necessary materials, as glass, lead, oil
putty, varnish, ladders, scaffolding an<
: ropes necessary for the performance o
++ the work. All materials used, must b
' of the qualities for their respectiv
places, ': '
-; All -interior defects must receive ;
coat of shellac.
7 Paint all the exterior work and shin
gles three coats, as selected by th
owner .
1 INSIDE. PAINTING,.
I If the interiorwork of this building i
to be pine it- may either be finished i
three coats of lead and oil in parti-co:
ors, or shellac as desired. If execute
in hardwood it should be filled and fir


i ,hed in three coats of -oil, rubbed b(
tween coats in rottien stone and oil to
S dead gloss. I
SGraining: Grainkitchen and bath rooI
in oak done in oil.
American Glass.--All the windows o
this building, transoms, sash doors, etc
S to be glazed with best qutaliahty doubh
S thick American glass, all a first-class jo
, Stained Glass:-The square lights o
S the window, at stair landing and th
tralisom to front door, to be glazed wit
opalescent and jeweled glass in- artist
Designs ad colors, suitable for the l
cation. -
S All closets tobe finished up with no
less than three shelves to each one, an
strips with wardrobe hooks every eig
inches. Fit up the. pantry with fiv
Shelves, drawers and cupboards
i pinle*
\ r'p WAINSCOTING.'
The bath-room will be ceiled up a
least four feet with lx3 planed match
sheeting, which will extend entire
around the room; also wainscot, kitcl
en three feet high, same as above.
SSTAIRS.
All of the finishing work of the mai
stairs to be constrheted of oak ; rail
baluster, steps, risers, nosiqg
etc., alk- nstraictedin the mo
s..- "substa a er accordingto plan
Streads s tenoned and groove
togeth balusters dove-tailed an
S9 walltSngs glued to treads and lan
in s
.' :- :: WINDOWS.
S .'l Windows-inthisbuilding must I
6f tihe.fopms and dimensions marked o
p' .plail elevations, sections and detail
1i: a cihes thick bung wil
I UigtAe samh-locks.

.;- doo.r. in this' buildHy must I


made of the best white pine, thorough-
ly seasoned, and of the sizes marked on
plans; all fitted, hung and trimmed
complete, with suitable hardware, and
all provided with good and suitable
thresholds.
FINISH.
All door and window casings, bases,
etc., to be of styles, forms and dimen-
sions as per drawings. All casings,
bases, etc., to lap one inch over the
grounds, all pine. Alsoputupallreq-
uisite door strikers against the base
where the doors would stri we.


hours he held his listened spell-bound Blooa Diseases.
by his matchless eloquence. His argu- Blood diseases are terrible on account
ments were convincing, and his pero- of their loathsome nature, and the fact
ration was as grand, as it was beauti- that they wreck the constitution so com
ful. His listeners wept and stern jurors pletely unless the proper antidote is ap-
gave way to their feelings under the plied. B ]PB (Botanic Blood Balm)
tender pathos of the speaker, composed of the true antidote for blood
WRIGHT'S CONFIDENCE. poison. Its use never fails to give satis-
On Mr. Wright's face, as he spoke, faction"
was a confident expression lhat oft- Mrs. Laura Hart, Beaufort, S. C.,
times broadened into aP smile as he writes: "A loathsome form of blood
brought out point after point showing poison was killing me. Myappetite was
why his client should be acquitted. He lost, my bones ached, and parts of my
then pointed out many discrepancies flesh seemed as if it would come off my
in the testimony. He saidMr. Wimpee bones. A friend brought me a bottle of
had sworn that there was a bottle of BB B. The sores began healing atonce
whiskey on the bureau on Taesday and when I had taken two bottles I sur-
morning and it had been prescribed by prised my friends at my rapid recovery.'
Dr. McCall. The next witness, Dr. W. A. Bryant, Moody Texas, writes
McCall, testified that he had prescribed "I had an agonizing case of Salt Rheum
the whiskey on Wednesday. He said for four years, which medicine I took
Dr. T. M. Holmes swore that Mrs. seemed,'ouly to aggravate until I found
Wimpee's liver and kidneys were af- B. B. B. It cured my hand, which re-
fected by arsenic and that the heart sembles a burnt surface. It also cured
was soft and mushy, while Dr. Hoyt My two children of itch, which had re-
swore that the liver, kidneys and heart isted previous treatment." -
were in a normal condition. How'-o- ur Wite ?
MORE CONFLICTING TESTIMONY. Does she feel poorly all the time, suf,
He said Dr. Hoyt swore that he ie fer from lack of energy, and a general
ceived the jar, in which was theAtom- "no-account" listless enervation ? She
ach, from Mr. Rhupy, who had it at an needs a tonic. Something is wrong
undertaker's shop. The witness said with her blood. Run for a doctor?
it was uncovered. The next witness, Not at all, my dear sir. Get her a bot-
Mr. Richards, swore that he locked the tle of P. P. P. (Prickly Ash, Poke Root
jar in his safe, to which no one but and Potassium), the very best woman's
himself had the combination, ahd that regulator and tonic extant. It reaches
he delivered it to Dr. Hoyt the follow- the source of trouble quietly and quick-
ing morning. He argued that it would ly, and before you know it your wife
be criminal for the jury to find Mrs. will be another woman, and will bless
McKee guilty on such conflicting testi- the kind fate that brought P. P. P. to
mony. One of the strongest points in her notice and relief. Our best physi-
Mr. Wright's argument was made just cians endorse and recommend it, and
before he closed in regard to the acet- no well-conducted household where
aline medicine given by Dr. McCall to pure blood and its concomitant happi-
Mrs. Wimpee. He read from a stand- ness is appreciated should be without
ard medical work where it liad been it. For sale by reputable medicine
usea with fatal effects, one dose of three dealers everywhere.
grains in a certain case having proved
atal; another case showed where the iow's this ?
administration of this, medicine had We offer one hundred dollars reward
caused nausea and vomiting, followed for any case of catarrh that cannot be
by death. It was 10:55 o'clock when cured by taking Hall's Catarrh Cure.
Mr. Wright concluded his speech. F.J. CHENEY & Co., Toledo, 0.
THE JUDGE S CHARGE. We, the undersigned, have known
At the conclusion of Col. Wright's F. J. Cheney fo'r the last 15 years, and
eAt thJe conclusion of Col. Wght's believe him perfectly honorable in all
speech Judge Maddox read to the jury siness transactions, and financially
his charge, which was able and strong. a a bgato
Befre eginin beskd fr te bllable to carry out any obligations made
Before beginning he asked for the bill b I
of indictment. In his charge he said by their firm, Wholesale Dggists,
that a great deal had been said about Te O u
Toledo, O.
the motive in this case, and he charged KNNAN & MARVNWhole-
the jurors that they were authorized to ae Druggists, Toledo, 0.
find a verdict of guilty if the evidence s Halle DruCats, Toedi O t
showed eyond a doubt that the defend-taken inter-
It nally, acting directly upon the blood
ant was guilty, although no motive andnu-outs surfaces of the system.-
could be shown for the commission of Testimonials sent free. Price s. per
r Testimoniials sent, free. Prices 75c. per
the deed.. He charged the law as to o Sold by all druggists.
h I s~eo ar i 1 i bottle, Sold by ali druggists.
flight and as to confession, concluding
his charge in about fifteen minutes. ,
4' ,I, Lost man hood, inst energy, weakness,
Then his honor called out: -Make way
fo Then junry calld o t tirec wayuL general dehility are all cured by P. P.
for the jury," and slowly theatre yjn- P. Ne life, new.energy are infused
rors, somie of theu so sick that they i t m the blood purifying
.....into the system by the blood purifrying
hind to be supported, wended their way and clean-ing properties of P. P. P.,.
up the stairs to the jury room. Every- the greatest bbood purifier of the age.
body waited -patiently for their return;
but it-wadnot until about 3 o'cld in -
the afternoon that it was made known TH ODELTL
that the jury had a verdict. T OD L
"I want. to say," said Judge Maddox, 'TY PE W R IT'E .
"that there must be no den0onstrat ion T -AIE .
when theverdict is read." Death-like t ODELL TYPE
was lie thesilencewhenthecommandwas W 'R withll buy charters, $15 DELL r thYPE
.... + RI'EP % wiill 78Scha ricters, $15 f0r tho,
given: "Receive the verdict." SINGLE C'ASE ODELL, warranted to
A VERDICT OF ACQUITTAL. do better work than any machine made.
S-It combines simplicity with durabity,
Solicitor Nunnally slowly and dis- speed, ease of operation, wears longer
tinctly read : "We, the jury, find the without cost ofrepairs than any other
n m-achin6. Has no ink ribbon to bother,
defendant not guilty.) Then there r bbon o oth
the operator. It is n eat, substantial
was a rove-feast, a regular old-time nickle plated, perfect and adapted to all
Methodist hand-shakingand tear-shed kinds of type writing. Like a printing
ding. All was over. The great crowd press, it produces sharp, clean, legible
dispersed, and as the fair prisoner de- manuscripts. Two or ten copies can b
scended the courthouse steps an old person can become an operatorin two
negro shouted to her : "Go your way days. We ofier $1,000 to any operator
and sin no more." The result of this whocanequal th'0ork of the DOUBLE
case was a great victory for the defense, R~lable Agents and Salesmen wanted.
L. A. Dean, Capt. Rowell, George Pry Special inducements to Dealers.
and Seaborn Wright have covered For Pamphlet giving indorsements.
themselves with glory, &c., address,

MRS. M'KEE RELIEVED. ODELL TYPE WRITER CO.
Mrs. McKee seemed relieved to think 85 and 87 6th Ave., Chicago, 1ll.
that the long case was at an end, and
spent a few moments in talking with ebus.e.r.a. ewllnend-to'im 'i
her friends. Some of the men in the Ayr t / N
courtroom were offering to bet ten to I T stfplanready..i tap...
one that an acquittal would come in a Simply maitron this/paper and
Vbcy short time, but no one would take for our monthly book, "The Natonal Builder." 25c.;
thefts.o~ The jury was out justf two alsoour book. "Beautiful Hones," 25c. Write for
th bets. 'he jury was out just tWO list of designs. We can save yu fifty dollars when
hour\ you build. Address THE NACIONAL BUILDER,
Adams Express Building, Chago, Ill. SAVE THIS AD


Fott Appointments.
WASHINGTON, April 20.-The Presi- -- w
dent to-day 'appointed "Lorenzo
Crounse, of Nebraska, to be assistant 100 TU E C
Secretary of the Treasury, vice Gen. To'lntrodweu
~them. one in 6-3r
Batcheller, resigned; John C. Daney, outeh or Town fw
S nished reliable par
to be collector of customs for the dis- s o ns (either sewwrs ow'
trict of Wilmington, N. C.; Robert W. igP lsti o l
Furnas, of Nebraska, to be commis- o-w vYB. ... -
sioner at large at the Columbian Ex
position, and J. Hale Parker, of Mis- *WE-NE-- ASS'
souri, to be alternate commissioner at DPN
arge. Parker is a colored man.

If you are troubled, with dyspepsia
a stomach dsrliderr or liver andl '-i'dnev ITS CAUSES AND CUKB.-Scientifcal
stomach isorer or liver and kidney rea by an aurist of world wide reputation.
Complaint, try P. P. P., and you wil DeafnsS eradacated and entirely cured, of
S. .. from q to' 30years standing, after all other
rejoice at its magical workings. Fe- treatments have failed. How the difficulty is
.esy read ad the cause removed, fully explain-
males are peculiarly benefitted by P.rswith testimonials and affadivits
P. P. It expels disease and gives of ires from prominent people mailed free. |I.
SJhealthyction to every organ. A. FONTINER. 3 West 14th St.. N. Y.
healthy action to every organ.


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- LIPPMAN BROS., Proprietors,
Omruggists, Lippman' a Black. SAVANNAH, .OL,


*Daily. +Daily except Sunday. ISunday ony.
Trains leave Jacksonville at 8 30 am and Palatka at 5 25 pm are daily between Jacksonvill
and Palatka.
and Palata. INDIAN RIVER STEAMBOAT COMPANY
SSTFAMERS Leave Titusville dally except Sunday 86 am, arriving Melbourne 12 noon. Rwe-
turning, leave Melbourne 12 in, arriving Titusville 7 20pm., +
Leave Titusville at 3:30 pm, daily except Sunday, arriving Jupiter 9 am next morning.- ,
uringleave Jupiter 12 noon. Arrives at Titusvile 10:30 am next- morning. + -
CONNECTIODS-At Jacksonville with diverging Unes north, east and west. At Orangc
City Junction for Orange City, Smyrna and Lake Helen; at Jupiter with J. & L. W. R'y for
Lake Worth; at Sanford with O. B. W'y for Oakland, Tarpon Springs, Clearwater and Gulft
Coast points; and with South Florida R. for Winter Park, Maltland, etc; at Tampa with
Plant Steamshp Line for Key West, Havana and Mobile, and for Manatee RIver point; at
Puhta Gor4a with bteamers for Key We t,Havaua,Punta Rassa, St. James City and ft. Myers
Pnd ullman Palace Buffet Sleeping Car on through fast mail trains dailybetween New Yorkt
and Tampa without change. ++
lr"For further information c_ -in or address local Arents..
R. B. CABLE, G. D.nACKBRLY,,
General Manager, Jacksonvil e Fla. Gen. Pass, Aget.


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TRIMMINGS
All hardware to be of the best kinds
or the respective places, as the own
f building may select, and must be
xed to doors, sashes, blinds, etc., in a
workmanlike manner.
All hardware, as locks, butts, knobs,
tc., of the front doors will be bronze
f the best quality.


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OUTSIDE STEPS.


Construct the steps in front and rear
of house according to dimensions
on the plans; steps, 2x10, risers, 1
inches ; rail, 3x5 ; newels, 8x8,,eturncd
scotia nosings, all of clear seasoned
pine.
BRIDGING.
All joists must have a row of cross
bridging, 2x2 inches, well fitted at the
angles.
S PARTITION STUDS.
All door and window stutids.m ust be
set double and trussed overhead ; st6d s
to be sized and jointed. All round cor-
ners to be furred for lathing.
Size of studding to be 2x4 and 2x('
inches, and placed 16 inches. from
center. "
FLOORS.
All floors to be 1x6 inch white pine
mill-work flooring, thoroughly seas-
oned and laid in the best manner.
ROOF.
The carpenter shall frame and con-
struct according, to the drawings.
Rafters, 2x6 ; 20-inch centers.
Cover the roof with good" sound,
seasoned 1x6 fencing, and well nailed.
S+/ + SCUTTLE.
To be made onro6fand covered with
best tin on the outside. Cover hung
with wrought iron hinges, fastened
with an iron hasp. Set up a good
step-ladder.
SIDING.
The walls to be sided with first quality
sdling four inches wide, laid three inches
to the weather.' Cut close joint against
all casing, brackets, jambs, etc., prop-
erly nailed with six-penny nails every
16 inches. -
Sheathing of outside walls to be match
ed surfaced fencing.
ESTIMATE OF COST.
Excavation, 480 yds at 25c. ...... $120 00
Rubble stone,"{ ft, at 18c.... ........... 1- m
Rock face work, 1,900 ft. at 50c................. .11.1 ij
Compn brick, 38.240, at $11 ......... .. .. .. 4206 4
Pres'edbrick, 15,000, at $23.................... 380 00
Chimneys, height of cellar story ............ 65 00
Chimneys, from cellar to top.......:......... 380 Ca
Two-coat plastering, 1,600 yds, at 3c..... 416 00
Cut-stone column................... ......... 60 00
Plain water table, o80 ft, at 40c.............. 3 00
Moulded water table,Q0 ft, at $1............. 80 01
48 stone window sills, at $1.50......... ;. 7 00
4 stone door Sills ....... ..............;..... 20 CI
Sewers and liasins .. ...................... 95000
Plumbing and gas ...................... 24500,
Painlingand Wins2...... ... ......... .... 54020
S CARPENTERS' WORK.
t1 cellar windows, at $5 55 0
20 first storywindows at $10. ............... (000
17 second story windows at J)o.............. i'.0 00L
2 gable windows at $5 ............... ............. 1000
2 dormer windows at $15..................... 0 00
15 windows, inside blinds at $7.... .. .... 5 00
9.1) ft moulded ba!e at 8c......... .......... 6oo
l a4 ft wainscoting kitchen ate............ 5
135 ft wainscoting bath room at 30c ...... 4050
,6,162 feet pine flooring at $26................ ,I) 21
2,500 ft sheathing outside walls at $25... '? 50
5,500 ft roof boards, at $21.. ........: .. 11550
National Sheet Roofing Co's shingles.... 330 Co
2,500 ft sidingf at $30 ......... .................. 750)
50 sqs felt paper at $1.......... .................. I5 o
8 eel la r doors a* t ............. ............... 48,1H
20 f first story doors at $1 ........... .. I. i
15 neconad storv doors at $10............... 150 00
lights box stairs at $ )............... 80 00
main u ight oak stairsi...... ............ 165 GC
ear steps at $16front stps$20. ......... 38 00
uO running gft cornice at c. .............. 10 O0
(0) running ft belt at :3ic ..................... 6000
5 running ft tower cowliice at tpe........ 1805
5 running ft base mould to tower.. 18 O0
&) ft maple floor, kitchen, at. $-15........... 8 75
tiJ ft tin gutters at 30C. ............. 54 00
40 ft gal iron conductors at 20o ... .... 2800
To fit ui 7 closets, $31; 1 pantry,$10; bath
room $3 ..;.;............:; ......... ..... .. ... 51 00
3 wood archers at:$3 laundry tubs at $9 2900
Toflt up clothes 'chute $15, finals and
cresting $40.10................ .............. 55 10
scuttle, $5; 2 side gables, $0; rear cellar
Area, $5................................ .. ; ................ 30 00
1 oriel Vinidow complete, $125; carriage
porch, $145 ..................... ............. 270 0
2 front porticos...*......... ................... 185 (jO
21,270 ft in joists, studs, plates, sills, raft-
ers, etcat $25............................. 533 75
Total cost.. ... .......................... $7,286 6i

MRS. M'KEE IS ACQUITTED.
The court Honause Crowded With People
A DaUy.
ROMEi, GA.,. April 14.-Crowds stood
in and around the courthouse this
morning. It was the last day of the
great trial, antd ,everybody knew it
! Long before 8 o'clock the old court
house hill was black with people. Sea
born Wright was to conclude hi
speech, the last one to be made. I
, was the masterpiece of his life. Neve,
"was m flner speeh heard in Floyd ooun
'ty; courthouse. For more than tw<


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