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"Blow your own horn."
D.E. Thompson, editor.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 14 (Mar. 2, 1891).
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mitted to the bundesrath authorizing
the acceptance of the invitation to take
part m the Chicago fair. The bill pro-
vides for the appointment of an imperial
commissioner ,and the granting of a
credit for the effective organization of
the German department. The preamble
accompanying the bill refers to the active
commercial intercourse between Ger-
many and the United States, and to the
fact that the invitation has already been
accepted by England, France and Spain.
The miners' strikes are attaining form-
idable proportions around Bochem. Most
of the pits are closed. The strikers in
the Essen district exceed 15,000. Arbi-
trary measures adopted by the employ-
ers, and .the absence of any attempts at
noncilfhtion enrage the ;6tn,..numbe3s of
whom are acting independently of the
advice of- the leaders of the movement,
who are opposed to a general strike.-
ADVISED AGAINST IT. '
The SocialiSt organ, the Voreiarts,
cautions them to pause. It declares that
the moment is not opportune for a whole-
sale strike and that- such sa movement
will end, in disastrous defeat and the
loss of existing privileges.
Despite friendly exhortions the temper
of the, men foreshadows universal de
fiance of employers.
The May day celebrations are likely to
result in a fiasco. Socialists disagree to
the programme. The parli imentary sec-
tion want to postpone the demonstra-
tions until May 5 The extremists urge
that Sunday demonstrations would be
futile. There inust, according to his
section, be a general absentation from
work on the first.
The emperor has ordered the suppres-
sion of street manifestations, Troops
will be kept in readiness in their bar-
racks, though it is not expected that they
will be required.
.An imperial decree has been issued
forbidding racing on Sundays and ad
vising the local authorities to permit
races to be held only on working days
as the best method of hindering working-
men from attending them.
An Abstract of the Proceedings of the
Floridat Legislatui e.
S THE SENATE.
convened at the usual hour with Presi-
dent Browne in the chair. After prayer
by the chaplain and correction of the
journal, the following bills wereintro-
duced: I
By Mr, Wolfe--Amendin:z of the act
providing for the payment of a capita-
tion or poll tax as a pre-ryquisite for
voting. ,
By Mr. Myers-To continue the rights,
privileges and grants of tho St. Clolid
Sugar Belt railway, and to extend' the
time for the < completion of the Fame.
--By "f-M Hammond';, (by r quest) -To
abolish days of grace upon bills of ex-
change, promissory notes and other.ne-
gotiable instruments, etc.
- A number of bills were put on their
third reading.
HOUSE.
By Mr. Carter-A bill to be entitled -an
act to incorporate the "Lake City and
Albion Railway company," and to grant
certain lands to, aid in the construction
of said railway.
By Mr. Bates-A bill to be entitled an
act to repeal chapter 3,856 Laws of Flor-
ida, and to establish a bureau of immi-,
gration.-
By Mr. Young-A bill t3 be entitled
an act to amend sections 1, 2, 3, 4, b, 6,
7, 8, 9, 10, 11 and 12 of an act entitled
an act to provide for the appointment of
a State chemist and inspector of fertih-
zers, approved June 3, 1889.
By Mr. Whitner-A bill to be entitled
an act to require the boards of county
commissioners to levy a tax for county
school purposes.
By Mr. lark--A bill to be entitled an
act to define the boundary lines between
the counties of Polk ard Lake.
By Mr. Beville-A bill to be entitled
"an act to provide for and regulate the.
erection and keeping of stock gates
across public roads in this State.
Mr. Bogue offered a concurrent reso-
lution that both houses after joint ses-
sion to-day, adjourn till 10 a. m. Tues-
day in honor of the Confederate dead,
their heroic courage, sufferings and sac-
rifices, which was adopted by both
houses.
The game law was made a special or-
der for 11 o'clock Wednesday.
A number of bills were put upon their
third reading.
THE SHIP WAS.SUNK
And Two Hunared of Her Crew Were
Killed.
1NIQUE, CHILI (vria Galveston), April
27.-The war ship Blanco Encalado,
One of the vessels taken possession of
by the rebels at the breaking out of
the insurrection, was sunk April 13 in
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new gunboat, Admiral Lynch. Two
hundred persons, comprising half her
crew, were killed. The Congress party
is now in possession of Caldera and
Carrizo.
Butchered Three Wives.
SAVANNAH,. April 30.-It now ap-
pears that the negro now in jail here
for'wife murder, Albert Grant, alias
Kitchen, has put three wives into their
graves instead of two.
In addition to the two whose throats
he cut here, he pounded one over the
head with an iron kettle in a house also
in this city early in 1889, and injured
her so badly that she died in a couple
of days.
As there is conclusive evidence
against him in each case, there is little
fear that he will escape hanging.
JIf the negroes had their way he
would be dead already, as there is an
ntensely bitter feeling against the
man, who will go on record as one of
then.most cold-blooded villains Georgia
f- has ever known.

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watliuel T ils lionle arter no nah nn.-
Sished his labors in the ReichlAstag. He
had. been out every day for a week.
S He dined with' the Swedish minister,
and during the evening .he was very
animated. H1 remained -later than
usual in order tohear some music after
Dinner. -
, His home whist party included
Count Schlippenbach, Capt. vpn Wolff
and Maj. Moltke, his nephew. While
playing a game he ,was attacked with
aj slight asthmatic spasm, and rose
from the table and left the room.
HIS NEPHEW WITNESSED THE END.
It was supposed by the others pres-
ent that be would return in a short
time, but as he did not come back his
' nephew went after him. The major
found his uncle in a'sitting position-
gasping for breath. On seeing his
nephew the count attempted to rise,
and for a moment appeared to have
mastered his weakness. He got up
and then felljlin his nephew's arms,
seeming to faint. A few moments aft-
erwards he breathed his last.
The cause of death was lesion of
heart. He was not known to suffer
from any pronounced cardiac troubles.
The'elookwork of life had simply run
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IN THE REICHSTAG.
SThe speech made by Von Levetzowa
Pr resident of the Reichstag, after an
nouncing the death of Von Maltke
S deeply impressed the house. AH the
members rose to their feet when the
announcement was made and remained
standing while the President spoke,
There was a large attendance in the
Chamber.
During part of the day on which the
t funeralwill be held there will be a gen-
eral suspension of business in Berlin
: and the other leading cities of the em-
pir ; .. -
S The bourses will be closed through
the day. The emperor has given di-
Srections that the Royal Theatre shall
"-' be closed and doubtless-it will be de-
cided to close the other theatres in the
S eity as a mai k of-respect.
S- All the papers join in eulogizingR
Count von Moltke.
S THE PORK EMBARGO. --/
; An interesting note in the Reich-
S sanger to-night referring to the
report that the prohibition against
American port would be immediately
removed, says that. until some clearer
idea can e brmed & concerning the
: practical'working 0 -the meat inspec-
o s ii n ervie in America, decision here
*must be postponed. Until the new
system'tia tested the Government can-
"not assentfo abolish the existing pre-
cautions.
This official intimation is due to the
arrangements of the dealers in Ham-
burg and Bremen, who expect at an
early date to import large cargoes af
American hogs. The trade in AmeriL
can beef conti nues firm. ,
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THE SOLDIER'S FUNERAL.

IT WILL BE SIMPLE AND DEVOID OF
MARTIAL CEREMONY.
The Emperor Decides to Heed Moltke's
Request Made In Hi Wll--The News
In the Reiehstg-Other German MatV
ters.
BERLIN, April 29,-Emperor William
arrived'in Berlin at 5:15 this afternoon,
having interrupted his visit to the
Duke of Saxe-Weimer as soon as he
heard of the death of Von Moltke..The
Empress.and Chancellor vonCaprivi
Smet the emperor t the rai I road station
S";-..and tndveowdirect to Von
A consultation was held at the dead
general's house in regard to the funeral
arrangements and the suggestion that
the body be taken Tuesday to the Von
Moltke family estates for burial,.in ac-
oordance with the wishes expressed by
the count, was approved.
Religious services will be held in the
hall of ,the general's staff department
Tuesday morning. The coffin will then
he carried with imposing military hon-
ors to the railway station for convey-
ance to Kreisau.
The remains will lay in state between
the hours of 11 and 5 to-morrow. The
public will be admitted to take a last
look at the well-known features of the
dead. The body is beinz embalmed
to-night.
rAplart from the gr.nd demonstration
which will be held here, and which
willbe befitting the greatness of the
dead soldier, and in conponance with
the desire of the nation to show respect
to his memory, the funeral will be sim-
ply aceremouial.
NO WARNING OF TIME ND.
Details regarding the count disclose
"the fact that during the last few days
She worked with his wonted regularity.
He had no premonition of death. IHe
.had nearly completed the plans for the
fortiftisation of the Island of Heligo,
land and had sent a report on the sub-
ject to Emperor William on Tuesday
last. The work that passed out of his
hands showed-no trace of any abate-
i ment in his constructive genius and his
mastery of detail. The count told
Chancellor von Caprivi that when his
plans for the fortification of Heligoland
were approved he would go to Sbchlau-
genbad to take the v waters, as he was
suffering from a slight affection of
strain.
Hisjfriends state that he appeared to
'4W be eDjoying excellent -health. He
.. ..- i~o_ Vk-k~y 4r --


A. 0. STEENBURG,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer ina


Iz.3L ? cL-vxe
Agricultural Implemonts,

Paints, Oils and Glass, Mill Supplies,

saddlery and Harness.

FU RNITUR RE!
i am Headquarters for STOVES OF ALL KINDS, and Sole Agent for
the Celebrated OCHARTER OAK r81OVES. I'want your trade.
Give me a trial and I will guarantee satisfaction.
GAINESVILLE c s a s FLORIDA.


Merchants' National Bank

r^ 10 0 I a


JL 4C:L JL


THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK

Of Gainesville, Fla.

Capital, $50,000
Surplus and Undivided Profits $15,000
Does exclusively a banking business, with equaltffacillties to any bani
in the State. Solicits the accounts of Farmers, Merchants, COorporations,
Ice. Interest allowed on time deposits. All business transaclte rom tli
Syl JA'. A. 11.BADAM, C ahie


UNDERTAKING
B H Hiitchinson's Fttrnitire Estatism


Carries the largest and most complete syortmeu nt-" -,'urniture and
House Furnishing Goods of any other uouse in Alachua county.

Burial Supplies, Wood and Metalic

CASK ET
ThIs line is full and complete. Undertakig department open day and-
a ght. Telegraph orders will receive prompt attention, either ay or. nght
ill personally attend funerals in any part of the county .. _
".. I Pi mo GsON,


OFFICE ERS:
JNO F. DUNN, Prest.; H.C 0. WRIGHT, V.-Pres; R. B. McCONNILLr'aYhi er

Capital paid in $100,60
Authorized capital 250,00)
Surplus 15,0
S Accounts of Merchants, Farmers, and Individials elicitedd,
Has the Largest Individual Deposit of any Bank
in Florida. -See sworn report to Comptroller-of OCur
renoy, December 19th, 1890.


TOHE BUFEU LOANFT COMPANY,
of Ocala, Florida.





Tu N the Board- of Directors, as they study of the questifoh, they are,, ini
The'5 Tuskawilli New s, seem to .think the business will. re' the Judgement of the commission, c
quire. Yoursfraternally, just and reasonable, r
D. E. THOMPSON, Editor, S. S& HARVEY, But there is a difficulty in connec- a
.* ..... ..President. tion with the matter that is hard to I
PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY. JacksonvilleFla., March 24th, 1891. overcome, and it is this.: In the r
--- =country between Gainesville and t
V U RT nlorida Rate Equalizers Ocala, where a great many oranges d
SUBSCRIPTION RATE: One yearand vegetables are shipped, there are
41.00; six months, 50 cents; three We publish in this issue two very
months, 25 cents. All 'subscriptions interesting letters, one from the two roads; the F. S. and the F. C. & F
due in advance.. P., and -the basing points are, say, (
JOB PRINTING:, -Connected with Florida Railroad Commission, Gainesville, Jacksonville, Callahan
th. paper is a complete and well- dressed to Mr. S. H. Gaitskill, Mcin- F;aine 'ac s necessary n a to .ah
appointed job-printing' office, and tosh, and that gentleman's reply. Fernand na. It is necessary sohto ,
with new type and presses and coin- The letter of the commission, in our adust the rates as that they shatl t
potent printers, satisfaction is as- huble opinion, is one lvnopt bothesamef-. ;..th roads, and the c
sured a? who miy favor us with a h p is on o; i o b h same to alt \ ;sta. points. 'If this
all. All kinds of work. -executed barefaced humbugs that 1v,', nadsa
prom. ll &.tBui,.uisCCOK.Us was noit 6o'*,. ,-ould instantly s
with promttess and accuracy and birth from a body suppose t,. t 'ep- was not .,, m stanty
aturasoablepries.begin a con1`1;'Z0o2 ill ra'es that would i
at reasonable prices. resent the interests of the people of be armul ,o(_ a te
ADVERTISING RATES depend upon t ate .o Fida. be harmful l,- a,!. f
location in the paper and will be In order to do 6.is, an allowance, f
furnisned upon applicatioli. The following paragraph strikes e sl d'ghtl, an aone
us in a rather suspicious way: ,But has bee. made sitly i reading
Tiursay May 71891. there is a difficulty in connection the rate on. the Floridadutheru ]
Thursday, May 7. 1891. thr is a difcut In concto whose base point is nearer than the,
~~with the matter that is hard to over- woebs on snae hnte
base points reached by the F. C. & P.s
-- reply to a letter iquiring into come and it is this. In the country
IN reply towarlktings an r ons iIntofbetween Gainesville and Ocala, On the other hand, che haul to
thewerkings 1an e E xchag where many oranges and vegetables Fernandina being the longest, as to
I I whereimanynranges and vegetable
til be u Allance Exhnt ige are shipped, there are two toads, the b points named, the V..&P.
w be found a letter in this Issue Florida Southern and the F. C. & P., rate Is reduced a little by being ]
from Col. S.'B. Harvey, president F. andthe basing points are say Gaines- based on the Callahan distance, and
A.]E. "., ville, Jacksonville, Callahan and ithis w the busiess in the ter:
*--'' F---rnandin It Tis neesr so to ar>tory. referred to, is put0f o its pres4
THic legislature seems to be ham. Fernandna. It is eessary so to r s t a is e rates to the
inering away on some very, impor- adjust the rates as that they shall be n basics tt s ar the sameson the
taut bills, and the people need not the same for both roads, and the bads iThes are ties explained be-
feel uneasy so far as the good inten- same to all these base points. If froad These rates as l erplfie e -
tions of that body are concerned.- Of this was not so, there would instant- f are b efor he ofmihat
course the senatorialquestion seems ly begin a confusion in rates that they,.were before the commission
to cut a big figure, but we believe would be harmful to all. Considering shipments to Gaines-
that it is subordinated by efforts to The commission names the basing Conscormissi ones would
accoplis nedfullegslaton, points which are of greater or lessciaonythcomsierwud
accomplish needfrul legsation. P w h erinsist on, the- 8 cent rate,, but as there
.e.-- ~~length from the shipper. For in- lss nte8cn aebta hr
WE are indebted to Hon. L. B. stance, Lochloosa may be 120miles is a necessity for equalizing the
Wombwell, commissioner of agri- from Callahan, while Evinston, just rates they do not see how it can be
culture, for a report of that depart- across the lake, is only 20 miles from d
ment from Jan. 1st, '89 to Dec. 31st, Gainesville. Now the supposition is t isc
190. We cull from this report~the that the Evinston shipper should amounthepraesndaegtaburen thr-
crop statistics of Alachua county profit by his location; but not so. shippers, are not the rates on our
which shows the aggregate value of The commission requires the Evins- Staters, oar nOt the rates have
the crop of '89 to have been worth ton shipper to pay just the tarel y reade. ucSaed ratheshae
the sum of $1,851, 981, divided as fol- same as does the Lochloosa e e oranged and theeo i-
lows: Field crops $848,534.50, Fruit s)Iipper, to prevent a "confusion in 'i11, on both oranges and vegeta-
crops $612,724, Vegetable and Gar- rates." What right has the Florida hies, but the Inter-State roadsthave
den crops $395,722.50. Railroad qs mission to "equalize" vaneta n ot n
-- .'^e*l freights gog out f the State? :i 1ovgetables.
.... .,iu rates you refer to seem high
AT an informal railroad meeting, None whatever. ., o With!
held in Carter's Halt- there wasa Grant that the rates to eastern o e rdi onlyce to cGa nesv ille
mutual agreement between gentle- points from Gainesville and Calla- d t aine r they tre
men-present to go towork atonce han are the same; it is no reason- 2 .t p
with *the purpose of building a road able excuse for the commission t(, commission would fix them. But,
from Oaineoville to Micanopy this allow charges between Gainesville considered in connection witli the
., ,, -, .- ,0 .1 1. shipmentss in. the same section, which,
sum.mer. Before adjournment an- and Oca!a in order to prevent "a i whc
othek meeting was arranged, to be confusion of rates."- The 6ommls- can't go to G .nesviile, but n*ust go
i- ** -ii i i. A-iu + **^ x on n <*c t longer distance, they are, the coi -
held Monday morning last. At that sion placed the rate for 30 miles at S w lonr dink, thea sonhe.
time M'essrs. J. W.:-Carter, A. J. Shu- cents per crate for small crates, and, -ission this. aso eate.
besides all this, as the rate from,
fordt.VThos. McCredie and J. B. Mar- "in the judgment of the commis- Ginesville, which isnearer you, are
tln, met and formulated plans for sion," they were "just and reason- the same as the rates from Callahan,
action.' Yesterday thege gentlemen able." If, in the judgment of the w hiis more distant, the aggregate
went to Gainesville expressly on this commission these rates were just and w as n
business, and we think by the time reasonable, what in the, mischief did is equalized and the shipments to
-New York- and elsewhere are the!
our, readers see this issue of THE- they go back on their judgment for I
N.Ws" that a company will have and allow the Florida Southern to he commissitt bas heaind that
been organized and plans made for charge 10 CENTS PER CRATE for that"
A:he vegetable rates from the basing:
commenci-g:g work. .,As. .A;pay-distance? points has been reduced since tie
ing road, this one would be Further on in the, letter the corn- Points Jacksonville. So far no
second to no road in the State, as mission, says:* "Cousidering ship. rate sheets showing it to have beeh
Micanopy ajone will furnish 200,000 ments to Gainesville only the corn- filed here except as to the A. C. L.
,paoage s.ffruit and.vegptables for missioners would insist on the 8 A copy of the fourth annual report
eht plnent,. and we have, nodubt that cent rate. but as there IS A NECESSI- of the commission has been for-
Stheroad. wyl continued t0 soma Qr i r EQuALIZlNO the rates, etc. warded 'to .you., By,-order of the
point on'Orange otak whre bf WiI We fail to see the necessity for this board, JOHN r G. WARD,
topl he rich6st orange country in the body o "equalize" any rates what-, _ecrtary
world. ever, and do "n't think the idea of MorNTOSH, Fhi., April 27, 1891.
.. '<* equalizilag Inter-State rates was Mr.. JNo. G. WARD, Secretary,
Farmers' Alliajnce Exehange of thought of when the commission was TALLAHASSEE, Fla.,
,a:I have yours ofthe
,Florida. appointed. Again_ CM3 Board of
20 711r FtlIimies promised me
** _, EW Th Alliance Bx- Rate Equalizers s y: "But, con- .^^,,-...
En. ^EW;. TheAlliane Ex- ered in conuci_ ..;n vihthe samae r W niT 1
change is a stock company, incor- se nr Uhinh eo A, ..M wt the s0, e -VERDICT 1S
petaVed uECder the lawsTof FloISda.
Its officers are responstble t the VI bumutgmmugrisinthink,' |" |J YV M A
stock holders, but more. directly to they' able, th comsso thnk ILT 1V
tlecte~ad, oy the stoc odrs," whs o ar Just listen at thi?,;hfrst 8 cents to,"^^^pac hr ~lteLts
ficpars- president, manager, book. 30 miles was, "V1 the judgment of Suice ytesok odr.Iso-/p.eweeal th ablest
fer, prsdet ....er b. commission JUST aud REASON- Suiab!
tlo'ntteopntits to18 theT^ ABLiE ;" next we fin thafc l0 ceuts for P RITNG A NDU S
bsdto company, foathful ierform the ^ same distance (or iess) the corn- ^> iN^ I U O
't~ c payfrfatflpfrm isio think REASONABLE. .We respectfully call your special
ffnee of their duties as business men; Thi document is evidently an in- the finest texture, shades and variety
When the'Alliance Exchange says lhl ..... ... ln^^ broidered, Lawn Dresses, also white,
the ar .eln a etlura wny ex to tne seep sympathy wnich our BOTTOM PRICES. To describe .the
-t t dol. r .. ot e ... .cur B oard ef R~ate q ua1nzers ieel Ior t" e our styles dress goods w ouldl 'be in
-- -r ed ^^ t-frt "h" railroads, and especially the Florida around to our store and we will be pl(
? ., . f t I, t,.r th o .. h T Southern for, as M r. Gattsk flle in his of goods. Our lovely.
^ :i ;e ^ ^ ... ...-..........".. .... .....t MILLIN.ERY
,, ,... 'sole beneniclary i n ths scheme of iiULiNJl
Hi e will take amine the different articles that en- "equalizing." To our readers we Is in funl trim, withz an endless varlet
fer' into its manufacturer, snueh as would request a careful perttsal of Our. expert trimmer wil trim yo>
ammonia, potash, etc. These have ti. letr an. ,in.i posil. ,,ne, cae n.gur


a staple market value, and a fertiH- re eeming eaW h w o n We have recently added to our stock
zer is valuable as it contains more or to the beef that the commission lity, also in ens, is..
less of hese various ingredients. In has done ts duty. quarters. Our general line of goods
&oa, the basis of valte is in the crude Local Freight Rates. 7ll of which will be sold to you
matrlal,that enters into the fertil- -C P Es ve
izer. Then there is a value attached TALLAHASSEE, Fla., April -20,'91.
for instance to potash, whether it MR. S. H. GAITSKILL,
comes, from a high or low grade of MCINTOSH, FLA., .
sulphate. to phosphates are valu- DEARSIn: Replying to yours of j ^V CARTER
ableoas they come from bone or rock., the 8th inot, written to commission- '.'.' r
'We, of course, in getting up fertil- er Himes, but addressed to the Corn- lTT"
izer for ourselves try to get the basis mission, I am directed to say that ,. J-
-of theyvery best material, your letter would have had an earlier .
" thie'Alliance, whose Allianoo Qwns lation of work consequent upon their ORA01 PAC K E
:14tock in the exchange, is not buying recent appearance befor the Inter- -AGEN1
'from me as president, or from any- State Commerce Commission, and .,
body else as manager, but he is buy- other matters referable to the meet- J. I. Killo c iIV' Co., "V',?^
#,g from his Own stock company ing of the Legislature, they have -e 7ie 7.7 s,
that he owns himself. It appears to been unable to give your letter the
beone of the- troubles that 'We have careful consideration its importance ..
is to"get the brothers, to understand required.
. that this Exchange is their company As to the rates on vegetables, when (
and their. property, that the man the commission first organized, they D '
who happens to be president, or in tniade a special classification.of vege- a uo0
any other position of the company, tables, as they did-also of oranges, Call on us at our Packinug Hous
is simply an employee for the time Vegetables were put in class V, or-
being of the 'tock-holders, who are angea in class G. The orange classi-
the brothers belonging to the AIlii- fiction and rate are the same now as J .. KUsHMAN. T.P. Wi
anee that-own stock in this company, at firstfixed by the commission, and K U H M A T
If I should make a hundred dollars seem to be reasonably satisfactory
on a hundred pounds of fertilizer it 'to all parties. The classification of K U XT
woikld not benefit me one cent as an vegetables remains the same, but COM M ISSION
individual. It is. simply doing for the rate has been changed more than C03VMV SSIO N
the "brothels what each individual once. In January 1888, the rate on ? fHY brv
cannot do for himself. In other vegetables was made the same as or- .,. (,. s -
words, what this stock ,company anges for short hauls, but lessoon F L O R .D A
does, at last, becomes a co-operative long hauls. F L8 BI 9ff0
;Inovement ofthe brothers In getting The rate now in effect was fixed by
gods, at a less prIce than would be circular No. 20, January 24th, 1889, _-
the dasetn buying from an outsider andIs' for 80 miles 8'cents, for 60 ,
or ordinary business man; My bond miles 9 cents, for 100 miles 10 cents, .... :
tbr the Exrchange is ten thousand dol- 410,miles !1 cents, 180 miles 12 cont*, OUTHERN
lars. Tfii bonds have .varied at Ttf, per crate. IK WEST FRONT STRI
ferent times from five thousand to These rates are just about cite-, ___ -' -S-.
twanty thousand dollars. It depends half -what they were when made'Wy QO--M O RA
tipoii. the amount of business being the'roads before the commission ,or- .... a
done, .and .the responsibility. The g|nized, and, b:.'ii., been carefully rV,. -tl
Amount- 6f thee bonds are w by I.considered and ].c after a close I ....





A1D ALL KINDS bF

Vegetables and o Country Produce',-
123 S. CHARLES ST. BALTIMORE, MIV,
Stencils furnished on application.
S /.: '.-* REFERENCE. : "
Citizens ationat Bank of Baltimore Md.
The Xational Bank'of the Northern Liberties Phil. Pa,


St. AUGUSTINE

Marble and'Stone
Company.,
Monuments.

milu? Head Stones a Specially
J. M. QUARTERMAN,-AG.ENT'
M 9ieanopy, Fla., .,..

ROBERT .. BARNES,
I Whole':ale'arid Retail I
dealer in
SASH, D00RSi BLINK, PAImWT,
OILS, WALL PAPER.
A FULL LINE OF PAINTERS'
SUPPLIES AND BUILD-,..
ERS' HARDWARE.
.Agent for the Celebrated Averill
Paints.
Orders promptly attended to andd,
correspondence solicited. .
PAIATICA," FLA.-
de&20-aprl "


P. CUNNEE EY,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL -

WINE-",I MERCHANT.
PALATKA, FLA.,
Sole Agent for Duff y's Malt and
Catherwood's
Celebrated Whiskies.-
THE FINEST BILLIARD PAR-
LOR AND BOWLING ALLEY
IN FLORIDA.
Bowling Alley now open day
and Night. ...,
ORDERS FROm OUTSIDE THE CITY
PROMPTLv ATTENDED TO.


1 ~- '~ *


if t eIbrida Soutlherti railroad^"waspjL^ Caf to 0 d"c
charging more .'tha '.,qommissjon ,omuig MadetO r er.
rates, he would see that there wa.t "T DE 0V"
a reduction, but it seems&Dfrqm,,ou r ; ,'..,, t, 9lE!SOl
letter, that there is an unpublished ..st..eceiv.ed.a fin61.:ne of.
rate for, the.F. S.:R-R., I ..am.,# ,4amplesifor pants .and spring
the. -com min ssio .-. considers ., it Ir...
duty 'om sn ^c idsa-it~-._ ,..aheu.... suts made to order. Pants
omy san -ra"e "$3 0-t to $8.00. Suits $18.00'
our less fortunate neiRhbors have, 't -.4 ..to $85.00. Fit guaran-
pay. .Wearesorry they,canutgetto teed perfect.
Galnesviile;- bu fail f4se....fie neces- Offic_ Montgomery blocK, "Room
sity of our paying la-heavyror exces- N,1 Call-and see us.
sive., freigbt .arte, i&mply7'-4'bbea. .us l
they have to pay a heavy freight "-"
charge. We k no -h,"'oArges to 1865. -o- iTABLISHED" -O- 1865.
New York are the same, but tail to : i .:
see tWe justice iu allowing the" F0or rSEE!
ida Southern to hfi airge excebssive
freights, simply itp iquptlize freights 0
from this latitu e to New York. "I '. fl, E 'i FROST1
fail to see that ourn'eighbors oh the .
F.C. & P. are benefited, or that the 100IPARK PLACE. NEW YORK.


WHOLESALE COMMISIO :.i- OATS
^ .... .' ,' r r '*-.


>


F-o Sale.
One hundred .head of goats. The
entire lot can be bought, at $1.00 per
head. Smaller lots, something
higher. OTiVs L. Fre.STER,

THE METROPOLIS.
ONLY AFTERNOON PAPER IN JACK-
SONVILLE. "
Makes a specialty of Society and
Hotel Gossip. Latest t legral)hic
and local news. The cheapest piper
in the State, and best a(IvPrti-iiug
-medium. 'By the year. $500; six
months 0,2.50; three youths, $1.25.
Cart-eri < Russell, -Props.

WOOD, W00AD-W00D,

DELIVERED IN ANY PART OF
THE CITY AT THE LOWEST
PRICES.
--5tf-- G. J. HIIA OOD.
W 8.- DIRHAM,

CITY BARBER & JEWELER.;
Neat Work Guaranteed.
M1[(ANOPY. FLOR.IDA.
6000.00 a.year ioodlwla,'rroyTN.Y.,al work for ti. Reader,
Syou nmy nt nake as much, but we can
Stteacb youquilkly haw to earn from $6 to
$1 a day at the ajart, and Wore sal you go
aOny Both sexes, all ages. Ih ly part of
a Anierica. you can cn lnence at hunie, glv-
ing all yo>ur thi"eor s('are moment* only to
SS the work. A1 il1 s ew. Great iay Sl'nk fil
every worker. We start you, furnilhing
eveyrything EASILY, SP'ELDILY lh nred.
/' r'AlrI LAS IFREE. Address at once,
iC^^K~kSll'iUXa CO., POILT16S,0) XAM19.
ALL KINDS OF

FRESHr MEATS8

--EVERY DAY--
At B.J. MILLS',Market
dec2b-3m. "
awrk. for us, by AmiK l'.g, Au~tit
r. rex and .ne'. Bonn, 'lOrdo. Ohio-
M 'teeut. Other llreduing as well. Wh
,at you? Somee rn em .ocr *30. 00
nouth. You can ldo the work and Ii,"
a! home. wherever von are. Even b-
/ n nreareusr eiyairn;g fromn (f.tt
t dy. A l es. We#hew you hey
Sd,Stat oi. s tar n wr pa p r tnIm.
,r all th'le ? 1 -.1,, fe. or w l
>EA'dw<>;Ierf-ll, |I rti ulorstfre,.

--- UEIDERSON,

CONTRACTOR & BUILDER,
kNAD DEAIE IN

Lumber, Shingles,

Laths, Sash, Doors,

Blinds, Etc., Etc.,

MICANOPY, FLA,
Satisaction guaranteed-, and cor-
respondeuco solicited.


F. C. & P.-is beneted. JIla fact,:. the
sole beneficiary i the F orkja oirth-'
ern railroad. *-' -, : :-o .' '.. Pt.v: "
I. did. 'not understand itwas "
duty of; the Florida "-Railroad- Cemi-
mission to consider tie rates' to Ne'v
York, -but tor see thiat the F0'Rjr>A,,
roads d iid~u. itc h arge'-THEi E qPE.OF'
FLOR;inA .an $'xcessive ..freight .rate.-
I think if the ,. F. & W. is willing't<,
take bur veiguafle froru:. '6aile-sVjll
at a low raWte theredoe iit. e *a
necessity that i6ME rallrond SHOtID
get this money.' 'The A. F. & W. is
an Inter-State 'road aud:"the" Flor-
ida commission do'sf iftp ,consider,
Inter-State freights, but they have
jurisdic tichn over the Flotia' 'Sbufh-
ern, and should see that they had a
l a i r r a i e = :: . : : \ .
.The questioinV is, are"* we charged
an unreasonable freiglt.-i. between;:
here and Gaiui'ville ;20jniehaul,
$50.00 per" car for A:.Qmilehau-t_ I
ask the commission to say if that is
a reasonabl chargee? Our'freights.
from thifs station-, "have -been more
than' $1,5000 peri day-'Sevseeral days
this season, and often run aboye
$1Q0.00 ,on freights dispatched. to
Gainesvilie. We are getting -but
little iioney, but the railroad seems
to be doineAg Wei. I ask the commis-
sion to consider our case on its mer-
its. '," Tiuly-yours,:- : *'
*,. '*...... ; S.'H. GAITSKILL.
S-': I ;' OI LN, lFLA.
I This is Io ,:ertIfy that'I-have been
afflicted with scrAofula, or bloody poi-
i son, for a nmnbe.r off-years,. The-best
Sl:,itysiciiiu-. ,,f M bile. and..this city,
said notliug could be d,.,>; for.i'nc-.
iI also took Iarge.I quantity of--, but
found no 1elief:,iin anything,._that L
took. A limbs were a mass-,,of
ulcers, a;nn whqn I wa sent to phy-_
i.ia.n in Mo!,ile m1y entire lioly was
a mass of soyes. jb had given up al]
hope, and as~a- Lst resort- tried P. P.,
,P. (Prickly As,:t Pokv Root and po-
I tassium) and after using four bottles
'(small size) the Sores, have, entirely
disalpev,rcd, nliygwr "-he,
(liA~pl~i:;irci i ,. mny ,.c eral he,'flih
was never ot! -.lthiu a.it .he prca,.ent.
time and pe hlt hai mQow1me ti11.k,
it a Wonlderfu1 q<4re. ,
Respectfully,
| ~ELAZA ToiI


: ,7,* <'./;" ..',


I Doyou wishaihano or organ? if
so, callat this otice and 'secure a
bargain. '.


ft


/


Milteer, Roberts & Co,,
Commission Merchants,
181 Reade St. New YorK.
Geo. W. Avery, Agent,'
Evinston,, Florida.


A Jk Jt JliA YEA K tI I undertake to briefty-
teach any fairly Intelligent p~ron of ethM1
11 l ie whcan real, d ad write, d who,
after hI truetion.,will work i tndU stlol ly,
W U how toMtam Three Thousand Dollars a
To&r lnthalrown localltle*,whorevertheylve.1 willalB furnish
lho situation or employmert,st which you ican earn that amount.
No uiouney for nie tunlei ss(succeslasl above. Eily ad qtdckly
learned. I dealt but on* worker froin each district or e.-nty. I
hive already taught and provldtd witth ensiployennt a It f
l.luub.r, who are imaklng over $SgOW year tC t. ,t'll W 'W
and MOLID. Fallpartcullars i ,E. Address at once,
JE. C. AUIL1.9 M] ox 4L0o, A gMtu, ulauae.


DEPART',"EN..)-,' '*
ty of Flowers, WV..ttths and Ribbons.
m tile I|lel-gp-ear atisttcally free o-f
t~f a n ""t .,t;i .t-r."t !; \,x .- 1


ESTABuLHES m IN 18K3. ButNED OUT IN 18(7
BS-EsTABLISnED IK 1871


lil< ;' L tll i ---i .,,
Nitihc'. be. t ha,,dnade l Tadies' shoes%.of
and Boys',. h w'e >'c claimm to be Head-
is complex with: ,',:,oories .according,
FOR THE L J .II I..T POSSjBLE
ery rc.-7per'fiilly, ::, ,.
I:.-.^KMA].:





'8 FOR-


York, ..^ ;^^ ;:
>i,' ,Philadelphia,
P. Tatem "Co., Baltimore.
I I .


STENCILS, ETC, FURNISHED__,


;t


MERCHANT,
E. CORNER Fb'RONT AND
SPRUCE STS.,


eciNS,


C. H. KLEINFELTER.


S.


ND-


BL IND S-Pe. ^0.
MATERIALS rutwy&2 ":b "i> -rfc f +.& _A
'. (7. 1' m Ihrd S ^,h Ave.. I aA K


JAS. H. HCOULBOTJRN ,& C,


:F R U:I ~


G'R'-~ ]F~~


._ WHOLESALE

uommlssion


Merchants.



FLO, IDA,

Fruits:: and Veg bles


SPECIALTY.

Returns made day of sale. Con-
signments solicited and Stencils fur-
nished by"
.S. D. EXERSON,
Micanopy, Fia.


0, S. COOPER,
Blacktmithing,
Hurseshoeing,
A specialty. Satisfaction guaran-,
teed, Wafzon and carriage repair,
neatly done. .! dyl


MRS* HAMILTON'
EVINSTON,, --. FLORMDA,
desires to inform"thee ladies
that she is prepared to do
Sewing, or Cutting and
'Fitting'
In the LATEST -and MOST IM-
PROVED MANNERJ"
Satisfaction guaranteed, Give her
a call, or send your orders.


CITY BAKERY,

0. P. JOHNSON, Propr.
Fresh. Bread, Cakes' Pies, &c.,
Kept always on hand. Families
furnished at reduced prices.- 26
Loaf Bread Tickets for $1.00


,RENDERED TRAT


N'S STORE
Styles and Novelties can be' found,
e for the ; -

JMMERQ.F 189.1.
attention to ourDRIES:;-' GOODS, of
, the latest of which is the black era-
of exquisite' pateirs and at AROCK-
quantities and different, qualities; of
rnpossible, amd .Wye invite you to call
eased to sho" you our new assortment


G V1 CHAMBERLAIN,
MICANOPY-, FLORIDA,
(WITH '), '
Hines & Mansfield,
-W-IOLESALE-
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Nos. 288 AND, 290 WASHINGTON
AND 187 CHAMBERS STREETS,
NEW YORK CITY,

FLORIDA- PRODUCE"
A SPECIALTY,
-:o:o~o:o:o:o:-
R ]EFEBENCES:-Second National
Bank Jersey City, and the'
Trade in General.
S -:O:Do:O:o:O:-'


THE OLD RELIABLE
Micanopy Drug Store.


J. COOPER MATHERS,

DRUGGIST
--AND--

APOTIHECARY,
Drugs; Medicnes," Cheiiical
Paints, Oils, Toilet Articles, Confec-
tions'and all other,, articles usually
kept in a first class Drug Store.
PRESCRIPTION. A SPECIAL


A. HUJ. R
& ^I A :jnFORra


RS and BUYERS,


ESTABLISHED IN 1869.

WMI EMLEY,

PRODUCE -

COMMISSION


n iu .,<-'.. ,n ,b *rn.d at our IW l'ine fwo
SWaftrtlih *erythlna. We *ltrt yo. tio nkre. YoBa fe delote
' ONr d twmee-t o r IY y o u r t i m e t o t h e .w k T b.lSOT I
tt l t tl y e w l e ad nd b ri n g w t li i fa H c tM t v 7 w o r l e r. U V C I C T Rm N f
B.6fspl Mmnt,! 0r ;.a~trtmfB0>tklpri, TMB, 0El~ Ia nnEmg1r
B.in.le are .., Uto $26to ,,,-&ad-"pwaxii,, THE SELF-THRE:ADINGL
*n3 more a WIolt ottli lence. W k.ht$ f1141 h &Mu t raI-

E. M. Hacker, Proprietor- -
TIE LAROGKS AND MOST' COUPLETE B8TAVP- BBEG 4B -
LIKUMENT SPlUTH. *|(f
Geo S Hacker iSon B ).
bined the t In.""
st mechanic-
al skill, their,
~Most useful
elementsand
all1 known ad.
vantages tha-t.
make a sew.
ing -machine "
I desirable #A),!
I~sll or use,


ations and Stencils,
, vo:;i" "tlhe Florida 5outheru nDepiot


VIGG!,NvS,&-COm:
MERCHANTS,
RRTURS FOR)


Philadelphia, Pa.

Advances made on BOills of Ladwng
Snitpping Orders and Consign-
ments respectfully'
solicited and
Promptly Attended To.

FOR STENCILS APPLY TO


~CX~~BG1E


VEGETABLES,
KETi, -, CINCI N NATI, OWHI0. :
FORD Agent,
F!ofida;


Carter & Ow ig J0
MOULDING BUILDING
( MIAOVY-0 .LOK ,.! '-WARPLSTO.Y


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i ~iPC~P-iiii


The Tuskawilla News,

Official Notice.
The nost-offlce will be open from 9
to 10 o'clock a. m.. every Sunday, tor
the accommiodation of the public.
AfM.C. ARNow, P. M.i


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MICANOPY, FLORIDA;


NOW IS THE TIME TO


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SQuarterly: Cd6ference begins to.
night' ahd wllif doutthe throughout
the jentirei Wee;,: frlBiees morning
and evening. iport next issue.
The party given by Mrs. Emlerson,
at the esidence 4 Mrs. Q hiretzki
was well attended and of a most en-
Joyable nature, and we regret that
space forbids comment.
As the County, Alliance does not
meet until the first Friday after the
second Thursday, the delegates will
not be appointed until the next reg-
ular meeting, which will be on the
16th.
When you are thirsty and feel that'
a nice, cool drink will doryou good,
go to W. W. Johnson & Co.'s drug
store, where cool drinks are always
kept. 18
As the spring advances our side-
walks becmne"more dilapidated and
dangerous. We suppose by autumn
we will again be packing sand by
the side of the old walks, in order to
save 'dur limbs and necks.
In selecting their.Spring Stock, S.
H. Benjamin & Co., endeavored to
increase popular lines and add all
new and novel goods that were of
fered. Everything .that. was not
stylish and popular they let severelyy
alone. Call and see for yourself,
The big yields of potatoes previous-
ly published in THE Nlws has been
-eclipsed by Mr. W. P. Shettleworth,
who planted three barrels and gath-
ered sixty-three. It is said that he
realized $300 profit on-o"ne acre.
We promised not to mention the
fact that Mrs. A. J. Shuford present-
ed her husband with a fine boy on
Saturday last, but after hearing that
it is a ten-pounder, we are obliged to
publish it or else be charged with
suppressing important news.
Capt. Jno. Miller showed us quite
a curiosity last Friday in the shape
of a chicken. This chicken has four
perfectly formed -feet and legs, four
wings, two backs, one breast and one
nead. The egg by all right ,should
have been entitled to two chickens.
0. P. Likins, the photographer, of
Gainesville, will 'go North for the
summer, between the 15th and 30th
of May. Those who wantwork done
should not delay bringing in their
orders, as everything must be fin-
ished by the 30th at the outside.
Send in your orders at once and
avoid being disappointed.
I had stolen from my house three
silver forks marked lone Lamar, one
teaspoon marked lone Lamar, and
three teaspoons marked I.L. After
inquiries for my silver, a teaspoon
was brought me with initials S. S. P.
O. C. G. LAMAxR.
Boardman, #la,
Mr. and Mrs. Heyman celebrated
the 25th anniversary of their wed
ded life Sunday night, by a "silver
wedding.", O-nlyreiatives were in-
vited, and many handsome presents
were presented. We hope many
happy years may yet find them still
Joined in this world.
The fence of Mr. Romain Daigue
two miles west of Boardman, caugh
fire last Thursday, from a stroke o
. lightning. Mr. Daigue says that h,
didn't hurry to extinguish thn
flames, as he kinder believes th'a
Lightning will strike in the sami
r place twice sometimes.
Judge G. W. Means was struck b;
lightning while standing in the doo
t of his Orange Lake: warehouse a fe'v
days ago. The Judge says that thq
1 force of the stroke was on his fore
head, and gave him quite a shock; i
- fact, he believes that it would hav
f killed anybody but an old residenter
- As we have been disappointed i]
" not receiving a full report of the Ma;
day picnic from a special corres
pondent, we must in turn disappoin
- our readers. We would have madi
e some Kind of a report, but as we
- destroyed our "notes" we are Unabl
to do the occasion justice and there
t fore will not attempt it. '
/*
e For a long tinme the people of Mie
r anopy have been dickering first witl


- one company and then another t(
get another railroad. Recently the;
e have* given up all hope of outside
; aid and have determined to build i
, themselves. The men who are a
, the head of this enterprise are sue
cessful business men" and-will build
the road at any cost .
S: A number of orange growers ar
, under the impression that the or
s ange crop is dropping more thai
- usual, and believe that this wil
bring the croo in this section con
Ssiderably under the estimates at thi
Time. The cause assigned is first th
Scold weather in April, second, thb
e California spider. Opinions var;
Considerably as to the actual dam
age done by either singly.
t
d The Lone Star Dining Room
- Gainesville, Fla., recently opened
o opposite Endel Bros., proves to be
s greatfonvenience to the visitors t
that city. Besides furnishing th
very best table in the city, Mr. Cul
e verhouse has an excellent line <
n fine Whiskeys. Beer, etc., seperate
y but convenient to the Lone Sta
d Dining Boom. When you are in th
city give him a call. (l0tf)


It is said that Capt. John and
Fate Miller are the most acconimo-
dating gentlemen to be found in this
neck of the woods. One of their
neighbors told us Friday that after
building the stage, May-pole, cloar-
ing off thehcroquet ground and. fur-
nishing the balls aind mallets, that
"Capt John" walked around the
edges of the park for two days in or-
der thakt all the red bugs would col-
lect on him, thereby relieving his
guests of the pesky, little things,
and we have no evidence that his
thoughtfulness was not rewarded.

Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
The best Salve in the world for
Cuts, Bru;ees, Sores, Ulcers, Salt
Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped
Hands, Chlilblains, Corns, and all
Skin Eruptions, and positively cures
Piles, or no pay required. It is guar-
anteed to give perfect satisfaction,
or money refunded. Price 25 cents
per box. For sale by W. W. Johnson
& Co.

PERSONAL,
Miss Georgia Sistrunk is visiting
friends in town.
Sam Chitty, of Flemington, spent
Sunday in the city.
Mr. A. P: Martin, of Orange Lake,
was in town yesterday.
Mrs. Eva Dupuy, of Boardman,
spent Monday in town.
Miss Addlie McCredie spent several
days in Gainesville recently.
Mr. L. H. Johnson, wife and famii-
ily spent Sunday in McIntosh.
Miss Maggie Allen returned from a
visit to Orange Lake last week.
Judge G. J. Arnow, of Gainesville,
spent a day or two in town this week.
Mr. E. S. Johnson, of Leesburg, is
visiting Mr. A. H. Emerson's family.
Mrs. A. P. Price, of Ocala, visited
relatives near town during the past
week.
G. F. Sickles, Esq., of the firm of
A. S. Cook & Co., of New York, is in
the city.
Mrs. Shettleworth and Mrs. Jones,
of Evinston, were in town shopping
yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Owen, of San-
ford, are visiting the family of Mr.
C. E. Owen.. .
Mrs. S.A. Knox left for McIntosh
SMonday evening to spend a few days
With friends.
r Miss Chase, the Tacoma school-
marm, left for Chrystal River Tues-
'day morning.
Mr. F. B. Hester and wife and Mr.
M. H. Kennedy, of Evinston, were
Sin town Saturday.
Newcomb Cohen, Esq., the genial
r agent of the M. & M. T. Co., was in
town one day last week.
SR.B.. Tvylor, Dr. L. MontgorMery,
SW. W. Bailey and J. W. Wideman
I left Monday morning for Gainesville.
Capt. S. C. Tucker was in town a
, few days ago, in the interest of the
t projected railroad from Dunnellon
f to Micanopv.
e &
e Capt. R. C. M. Crawford left Sun-
t' day for Middle Georgia, where he
e will look after a share of the melon
I 1
and peach crops.
Messrs. J. W1. Carter, A. J. Bhu'
3" ord, Thos. McCredie and J. B. Mar-
tin went to Gainesville yesterday on
railroad business.
B
- Sheriff Shelley, of Palatka, passed
n through the city Thursday night
e en route to Citra, where a bird was
. in waiting for him.
/


$9 AND $3 SktOES


have taten the lead ovreveryth!gR .N
They have become very popular and
are growing more so every day. The Public is inv
They are GOODS, STYLES
LIGHT, STYLISH, D)URABLE, The Most varie
WELL MADE. stock ever exhibit
Come and see them before buying
elsewhere. DRY-GOODS,
DON'T FORGET NOTI
that we have also a full line of fine
SHOES at moderate prices.
H. T. VATTERLIN, ..
II. VTTERIN' Black and white
Gainesville,. Palatka and Tampa. Black and white
-** patterns, trimming
Merit Wins. es and chlren, w
We desire to say to :our citizens, linens, napkins, to
that for ears we have been selling Our stock has be
Dr. Kings New Discovery for Con-
sumption, Dr. King's New Life Pills, great care from the
Bucklen's Arnica Salve and Electric of this country.
Bitters, and have never handled rem-
edies that sell as well, of that have
given such universal satisfaction.
e do not hesitate to, guarantee
them every time, and we stand ready
to refund the purchase price, if sat- F
isfactory results do not follow their For
use. These remedies have won their
popularity purely ofn their merits, Ten Thousand
W. W. Johnson 4. Co., druggist., j Tobacco Plants ti
A A 'iress,
"Boardman Happenings.,
.. ,, *' *. !"*
Weather quite dry. For
Judge Means is lightning proof. One Jersey cow
.: $75&00. One Jersey
Red spiders still at worx sapping calf (first calf), $
the life of the orange trees. (due calf), $50.00.
The distinguished editor of "our" $35 to $40. Either
NEWS was at the May day picnic will give wo ga
grounds Friday last. can be increased b
F
There is an absence of the bottom 17tf
crop of tomatoes, or as itJis expressed
in CracKer parlance, the"fork crop," LIVERY
Boardman is still 'on top. 'Gen.
Mclntosh, of this place, shipped last MICANOPY,
week twelve crates of cukes and will
ship one hundred more this weeK. The public can al
Hurrah for the General! pared to fill t
Being assured that an able corres- SADDLE HORSE
pondent would give a full descrip- SINGLE BU
tion of our late festival, we restrain
our pen, but the central figure of the DOUB]
occasion must not be forgotten- Always ready.
"Field Marshal" Truitt. > or do hauling on s
The May day picnic has passed 19yl G._F.I
away. It was fine day of enjoy- s. F. CREW
meant, and a fine collectiondof people.
Great credit is due a few ladies and CRW |
the Miller brothers for the delightful CREW &
occasion. We cannot speAK too
highly (words fail us) of the various (WHOL
performances of the school children PRODUCE COM
and the instructress, Mrs. F. S.
Smillie. The whole program--pieces, I
speeches and songs, Were all first-
clhss Only -one thing was lacking Fruit.lt P
to f out the measure and that was
music, and this could have been had
just for the asKing, for at 'Boardman Southern Fruits
thWere wag string band of excellent Berries,.. Pea
performers, but we wetfe ignorant of melons,
the fact. I
Tde is something oew under the 3 OR
sun. We have at Boardman an asso- Philadelph
Selation, organization or club of
youths called the "Boardman ,
Toughs."- We have heard ,of, the REFER
"Mafia," KlU KlUX,"etc., and have Produce National
Heard of the "shebang;" and the N nut St. Philadel
O 0. tigers, but it remains for Board- Walter S. Hill 0C
Sman, away down in thIe latter part of York
the 19th century, to spring into ex- P ent Produc
President Produce
. istence the euphoniows name of the
. "Boardman Toughs." We do not
, Know their object or the place of CARDS AND
meeting, whether in tli dark hours APPLKq
of the night or in the foonday glare. G. V. CHAMBE
1 Nor do we Know who is The captain, Mi
t but suppose him to beo happy fellow .A!
whoever he may be. WI ". P. SHEI
BoAm'MAN.


ited to inspect our
AND PRICES!
d and extensive
d in Micanopy!


ONS,
FANCY GOODS,
embroidered dress
,s for ladies, miss-
'hite goods, table
wels. &o.
en selected with
Leading markets
'*


OUR STYLES ARE Tittl, I E1 O(i0 MILLINME.Y tDEPART-
EST ENT
EST. Is 0coinpeitp Ladib desiring 4
It has been acknowledged that I liohat wil pleas, ca, a ler
there is no equal in the market in is a J experienced mtillinor in atten
our magnificent display of danle who will trim aints in short
danotice. -.. 6
WHITE DRESS GOODS,
SHOES. -
Hamburg and Swiss Embroidery. Our sio, department is bnow _in-
A.- 4-- V k f, I .-" # AI.,o


LOCAL HAPPENINGS.

Old newspaper$ for sale. 10c. a 100.'
Send THE NEWS office vegetables.
Send the NEWS to a friend in the
Nortli.
WANTED.-Chicken atd eggs at
the NEWS office.
The mail opens at.4:45 p. m. and
closes at 7:30 a. m,
Johnsons drug-store is headquar-
ters for cool drinks.
Call at THr NEWS office if you
want a. good revolver.


p 1ete, 00tn a flull 1116o f Ltiuea
Gents' and Childrena Low Quiarter
Shoes Ad Slippers.-
CLOtHING AN) HATS
For Gents Brys ad children, A
complete stock of
HARDWARE,
GROCERIEt,
FURNITURE,
MATTING, &c;, &,.


Our Satines. which we offer at 10c,
are a bargain, and, of courseyou
will wonder how we do it.
BUT WE MUST ALWAYS TAKE
THE LEAD.
That is why this splendid bargain
is offered. All over Embroderies
and full line of laces, parasols,gloves
fans and corsets.


& CO.


Sil hew members were initiated
into the Alliance Saturday.
Ice. cold Soda Water at W. W.
Johnson & Co.'s, drugstore. 18
See Frank Finger's ad. in this is-
sue, and whenever you wish a team
call ontim.
Micanopy was handsomely repre-
sented at the picnic at Miller's Park
on. Friday last.
Come and see our 10 cent Satens,
bought 4.t bankrupt sale; always
sold 20c. before.
S. H. BENJAMIN& CO.
Burglars visited another residence
in tows MU'lay night. How about
;a ni'g'ht wa to..mah?
S. H. 1Benjamin & Co., are having
ro.k hauled to pave the sidewalks
ah inside of their store.
New and Secojnd Hand Wagons
and Buggies for sale at Carter's
shop. 10tt
Dr. L. Montgomery is haviring the
housh between his store and E. C.
Chittv's store torn down.
When men of money, energy and
brains undertake to build a railroad,
or anything else, it is always done.
S. H. Benjamin & Co., have in their
new stock the largest and finest
assortment of Embroderies ever
brought to Mieanopy. .
The farmers adjacent to McIntosh
station have 250 acres, in tomatoes,
and expect to ship 75,000 crates this
season. .
We were told by a friend that our
associate editor declares for peace,
if he has to fight. Queer predica-
ment this. .
Abbot's East India Corn Paint
removes quickly all corns, bunions
an warts without pain.
Bets are freely made that a broad
gauge road will be'in operafijtinbe-
tww,: N i anopy and eminesville by
Octo.be' 1st. '-
: Eleven anrd throe-quarter miles is
the distance from Micayopy to
Gainesville via Rocky Point and
across an arm of Alachua Lake.
-Catarrh originates in scrofulas
taint. P. P. P .'purifies the blood,
and thus permanently cures Catarrh,
With an improved mail service, a
first-class bakery, a first-class butch-
er shop, an excellent newspaper
Micanopy is doing herself proud.
The first refrigerator car of the
season came down Monday night
and returned Tuesday morning laden
witff over 500 creates of beans and
cukes.
Terrible blood poison, body cov-
ered with sores, and- two bottles of
P. P. P. (Prickly Agh, Poke Root and
Potassium) cured the disease, mak-
ing the patient lively as a ten-year-
old._ -
We regret to learn that Mr. Colly
Curry has been quite sick in Gaines-
ville recently., His brother, Charlie
Curry, has been attending him sev-
eral days.
The new sign placed oh the front
of J. Cooper Ma-ethers'- drug-store
looms np like a dairy in a thunder
storm. Coo will go short of crack-
Ser.for a season, we guess.
Imported Satines, 20c., former price
S25c.;. Outings, 10c., former price 15c.
' Ginghams in Chaimibray Styles, 8c.
former price 10c.; Tiii, .'t,.d Challies
something new, never offered in thi,
* market' before, at.
mar o BENJAMIN & Co.

A single shipper at -McIntosi
station, who runs a one-horse farm
has already paid $1,200 in freight!
the present season. Legalized out
rage aint any name for this.
Sam Bouknight made a large ship
ment of cukes last week. Board
man shipped last week alpo, and b!
the time our readers see this, cuki
shipments will be common.-
Rheumatism was so bad tha
James Irvin, of Sa'vannah, could
hardly walk from pain in his should
der and pointss of his legs. P. P. F
Prickly Ash, (Poke Root and Potas
siam) was reesorted, -to and Irwin i
wetland happy. ,


A pair of young eagles wer
Brought in town by Wmin. Jackso
- last S4aturday and presented to Henry
Stokes. Henry will use them around
his butcher pens as scavengers.


Sale.
Fine Cuban Leaf
. .. per thousand.
WVo T. WATERS, .
McIntosh, Fla.

Sale.,
With heifer calf,
y cow'with heifer
65.00. One heifer
Younger heifers
of the above cows
llons of milk and
y feeding more.
F. G. SAMPsoN.
Boardman, Fla.


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E. O. CHITTY,
-DEALER IN-


STABLE,
FLORIDA.

ways find me pre-
heir wants in
;S,
JGGIES,
LE VEHICLES,
Also furnish teams
hortest notice.
FINGER, PROP.
M. L. COLBOURN.

COLBOURN,
SALE)
. MERCHANTS
n-

roduce.


You will find a Complete Stock rof


t I


KEPT IN STOCK THE TIME.
-A GOOD ASSORTMENT' O

FRVISH GARDEN SEEDS.


We will :always keep in stock a Full line. of Cigars and Tobacce


- _L<4


and
ehes,


Vegetables,
. WVater.


Etc., Etc.,


fENCES.
J Bank, 104 Chest-
phia, Pa. -
06 Duane St. New

e Ex. Philadelphia.

STENCILS ON
CATION.
ERLIN, Agent.
canopy. Florida.


P.


F.


Crosby, Patton & Co,'s Old' tand,


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R.


W.


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Mr. J. G. A. Fink, who has been o---- .-"-
vegetating in Manatee this spring A Safe Investment.
was a pleasant caller at this office Is one which is guarantee to
Monday afternoon.' bring you satisfactory results, or i,
J. H. Prater, Esq., who has been case of failure a return of purchase .i)CE
J. M.rratr, J.sq.,wno ipricen On this :safe plan yomi <-riA ^
mining rock for the government buy from our advertised Drian i a --
work, at St. Augustine, has com- bottle of Dr. King's New Discoveri-y -A
pleted his contract and is now taking for Consumption. It is guaranu.t"e F1
a r re. at his hom e here. to bring relief in every ease when
Mr.a t hisho. m.Je here. ,,wthendnMisLu 1 C n
used for any. affection., of .Thoat,
Mr. and Mrs. 0. J. MNoat and Miss Lun-s or.Chest, such as lConsumpo L


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leans $3.00 to $4.00 Irvin Nationial Bank, New York.
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J., T. &K.. System.
Schedule In Effect Apr. 12, 1891. Centra! Standard Time
GOING SOUTH READ DOWN STATION s GOINGONORTH READ UP
S + t t t \ _
............. 500pm 13230 pin 830am Lv Jackson ille Ar 6 '0 am 12 40) pm 7 20pm. ........
............ 610pm 121pm 928am ArGr'nGovebgLv 524am 11 39am 620)pm ..........
: .. .2p pm 5...... 5 am 10 45 am' 5 25 m .
. ......... 8 42 pm 3 12..pm 11 50 6m .....Seville....... 3 305 am 9,86am 4 08p5 ,. PM
....................... 435pm 1 43pm r ....DeLand.... ... ....... 8 O0 Am2 15pu ..... .
.......... 959pm 406pm 1 12p 4am 2 44 pm
..... .... 10835pm 440pm 150pm .....Sanford..... 1 15am 55am 1 pm ....
...... .... ......... 4 35pm ...... .. Enterprise .......... 5 am pm ..
. ................ +6 10pm .... ". ...Titusville.... "5 30am 1 30pm ......
..... ... +6 50pm ............. .. Tavares.... ........... 5 So am ...... ....... ....... ...
......... .. ............. 553pm 305 pm .....Orlandoi ..... 1150pm 6 45am 1 07 PM ............
...... .. ............. 622 pm 338pm Kissimmee .. 11 10 pm 6 00 am 15 am ......... .
............ 820pm 520pm ....Bartow.... 6 pm :....... 8 40am .....
.......... 81 ......... 8 55pm 6 ...... tTampa...... 85 pm .. .......... 00am .... ...
........... .. ......... 7 am ..... ..... .. .Ft. Meade .... +5 22 pm .............. ..m... .. .......
.. ..... 11 00am ..... ..PuntaGorda +2 00Pm .... .... ............. .....
+ + -
............... 517pm ............. 10 40am Lv..Palatka .. ...... .... 5 10pm' 10 35am ......
.. ....... 2 55 pm 1 ........... 20am Ar..lnterlachen Lv ............ 4 30pm 95am ...........
....... .... 330pm ...... .... 11 56am ..Hawthorn. ....... ...... ,3 54pm 918am ..........
............ 3 55pm ....... .... 12 20pm .. ochell ....... ......... 3 30pmo 8 55am ..........
............. .7,15pm 12 55pm ..Gainesville. .........2.... 45pm 7,45am .,...........
.... ..... 4 59pm .. rn...........0 n... 248pm 748am .:........
.. ...... 5 55pm ............. 2 03pm .Ocala ......... ......... 1 55pm 7 00am .............
............. 7 30pm ............ 3 58 pm .Leasburg... ........... 12 00 m ,6 30am .........
............118 50pm ............ 545pm ...Pemberton ....: ...... 1040am- ........._ .. ..
19 40pm .... 6 25pm .Brooksville ............. 9 40am ...........,. ._...........
............. .. ........ ........... 5 05 pm ..Eustis......... ......... 10 45 am ............ ........
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Woodard and Miss Appalona Mob-
ley, both of Arcadia.
Abe Coleman, the negro who was
shot by Jack Kennedy, another ne-
gro, at the lobby on the 13th instant,
was hauled off on a cot to Tampa
yesterday. He was very weak and
the chances are that he will not re,
Cover.
The Punta Gorda ice factory will
in all probability establish a branch
house in Arcadia, where ice will be
Received in carload lots and delivered
free to any part of the town. This
will be a great convenience, The
price of ice will then take a tumble.
f The wise man will invest in Arca-
dia real estate now and not wait until
Sthe price of a lot is beyond his reach.
Every working man should own his
r own home.
With phosphate plants along Peace
river and Horse creek, DeSoto will
r be the richest county in the State.
STheb are being built and the pros-
vects are bright for a rich future.
S Col. John Cross is fitting up a
'stand in the commissioners' room
with a fine exhibit of some of the
1 products of DeSoto county which
Swereoleft over from the Sub-Tropical
Exposition last year. When he gets
through.filling the shelves DeS)to's

exhibit will be well worth a visit of
inspection.
Rev. Mr. Patterson, of Fernandina,
Fla., has located in Arcadia and -will
Shave charge of the Baptist church
r here for the next year.
S Good lots can be purchased in Ar-
cadia at from $25 to $500.- Now is the
, time to buy.
, Work on both churches i, tempo-
rarily -suspended. Carpenters are
Waiting on material.
f The Arcadia street railroad has
reached the river and no* Mr. Hern-
s don hasis gang of men grading and
s laying ties east of the courthouse on
to Coon prairie,
S C. Q. Bass was committed to iail
Without ba Rto await the action of
the grand jury at the fall term ot the
) circuit court on the charge of mur-
t dealing Henry Payne, the negro
phosphate hand. Branch, who was
t charged with being an accessory,
. upon failure to furnish a bond of $3,-
t 000, was also committed to jail until
s the required amount of bail could be
Made up by his friends. The sheriff
Took the prisoners to Bartow Mon-
Sday.
South Florida Home.
The Florida Fish, Oyster and Ice
Co. shipped 13,314 pounds of fish last
Week. "
f Judge Benton sold a fine business
. Jot Wednesday for $550. He is mak-
ing sales right along.
We now have our big press going
, "full blast," and you can just let the
Subscriptions come pouring in. We
can take care of them.
The prices paid by the fish packing
companies on our docks for fish are as
follows: Mackerel, 5c. per pound;
trout, 2c.; sheephead and other bot-,
tom fish, 1 14 cts. per pound; mul.
let, liec. each.
SWe are bringing St. Petersburg to
the notice of hundreds of people ev-
ery month who never heard of the
town before, and in a shortrtime the
t number will run away up in 'the
hundreds of thousands.
Ormond Coast Gazette
Tuesday, April 21st, T. D. French
died at his late residence on the Pen"
- insula, after a lingering illness. The
funeral Wednesday was in charge of
Dr. Fairfield, pastor of the church to
which he belonged. He left a griev-
ing family, composed of wife, son,
daughter and two grandchildren,
with whom in their sorrow all the
community sympathizes,
ExaSenator Palmer and family,
with his private secretary, W, Liv-
ingston, and wife, left for St. Augus,


tine Saturday, after a pleasant week
at the Ormond. The whole. party
were greatly pleased with Ormond
and its surroundings and will probaw,
ably invest here.
Kissitnmee Leader.
On Monday evening last John Seller
a young Swiss who has been. working
for the Okeechobee Company for some
time, borrowed a sailboat from Capt.
Pitts to go over to Steer Beach. He
made the' trip all right and stayed
there over night, starting on his return
Tuesday morning, with the wind a lit-
tle east of northeast and blowing quite
a gale. Having neglected to put down
the center-board, he was drifted about
by the wind and had to tack almost all
over to get anywhere. At one time he
was seen to run on Paradise Island
and had to eiet out in shallow water to
push his boat off. At another time he
was seen doing the same thing on the
west shore, near Butler's house. He
was seen tacking back and forth be-
tween the west side pf Paradise Island
and the mainland until after dinner
Tuesday, when he was lost sight of,
his friends supposing that he had giv-
en up his efforts and gone to Paradise
or Summerlin Islands to wait till the
gale was over. Not coming in in the
morning, parties started to look him
up, when they found the rudder to
Capt. Pitt's boat, Later in the daysa
truck" grower residing on Summerlin
Island, while coming to town with a
b6at-load of -vegetables, discovered a
sail floating on the water between Par-
adise Island and the mouth of Shingle
Creek, about half a mile from the isl-
and. Investigation showed that the
boat had filled and sunk in fourteen or
fifteen feet of water, the mast had un-,
shipped and it and the sail floated on
top, but still held tothe boat by ropes,
The boat had filled and sunk without


A Safe Remedy.
When a person is sick they wish more
than aught else a reitorattfn of health.
They are willing to take even nauseous
medicine in order to get well. With
many, however, a first consideration is
whether the medicine is perfectly safe.
Will it or will it not leave any eyil after-
effects? Now there is one remedy
kn oIwn to be certainly safe. It is a
S anical discovery, and it is called
,Hot~alhiB16od Balm. or B B B. It will
not harm the most delicate constitution,
nor will a discontinuance cause a crav-
ing for its further use. It is a sure anti-
dote for poison in the blood. The blood
becomes poisoned in various ways.: Con-
stipation, urinary difficulties and other
causes of effete matter remaining in the
system will cause blood impurity, or
blood poison, as many call it. Symp-
toms of bloc d poison should not be neg-
lected. B B B should be taken at once.
It will cure promptly, and it is not bad
to take, nor will it leave any evil after
effects.
J, D. Watkins, Blakely, Ga., writes:
"Old sores covered my entire person and
itched intensely night and day. For
several months I could not work at all
I commenced the use of Botanic Blood
Balm and began to grow better the first
week and am now sound and well, free
from sores and itching and at work
again." apr20-6t-d&w
For old sores, skin eruptions, pim
ples, ulcers and syphilis use only P. P.
P., and get well and enjoy the blessing
only to be derived from the use of P
P. P. (Prickly Ask, Poke Root and
Potassium.)
A great spring medicine is P. P. P.,
the greatest blood purifier in the
world, as hosts of people in this city,
where it is manufactured, can testify.


turning over, as the anchor was still
on the bow, and Seller's shoes and a
pair belonging to Capt. Pitts and sev-
eral other articles were still in the boat.
The steamer Disston has been laid
up on account of low water ; and yet
there are parties who claim that the
Drainage Co. is accomplishing nothing.
Geo. Bossert, of Philadelphia, who
came here for the benefit of his health,
and- has been stopping for some time
with D. F. Hirtzel, across the lake,
died last Sunday, aged about 25 years.
The change seemed beneficial at first,
but the disease had secured too firm a
hold of its victim for our climate to
work a cure. The remains were sent
home Monday night in charge of his
brother-in-law.
On Tuesday Wmin. Ross, overseer of
Sunshine plantation, brought us in a
sample of Irish potatoeoe has been
raising and supplying our home mar-
ket. They were surely a fine selection
averaging about three by five inches
in diameter. From one bushel of seed
they marketed five barrels of fine po
tatoes, which brought them $5 per
barrel. This shows what can be done
by men who understand raising Irish
potatoes.
Oviedo Chronicle.
The board of trustees of Foster Chape
have decided to give out the contract
for the painting of the exterior of the
church edifice, and probably touching
r up some of the interior work also.
General Manager J. H. Abbott, of the
East Coast- & Atlantic Railway, has
made a very liberal offer to our citizens
He has agreed to build that portion ol
the contemplated eilewalk on Bay
street, running from the E. C. & A. de
pot to the Cushing House, provided the
sidewalk is put down on the east side of
the street. The distance is about on
hundred yards and will relieve our citi
zens of about $30 or $40 of the work
This is a voluntary offer on the part ol
the railroad company and shows that
they have the welfare of our town at
heart. Such a policy will certainly be
more appreciated than the one usually
adopted by corporations to grind every
cent out of the public that they can. It
is well for the people to remember who
r their friends are.
This will make you smile. Oranges
in the Alexander grove on the lower
grounds were frozen last January, and
became worthless for shipping, as the
juice cells were destroyed and the juice
left the fruit. Lately these same oran
ges have been forming new cells again
and filling with juice. We have sam.
pled the oranges and testify that the
fruit that was worthless on these trees
a few weeks ago, is now juicy and pal-
atable, and -many others are ready to
bear us out in this statement.
A correspondent writing to the Cocos
Public Spirit strikes the keynote for
Oviedo when he says: "Oviedo has low-
er rates than any other point in South
Florida, and is the only locality where
the two great railway systems, Plant
and F. C. & P.,and the St. Johns steam-
ers meet in direct competition."
At a me ting of the stockholders ofl
the Oviedo, Lake Charm & Lake Jessup
Railway held last Saturday morning, it
was resolved to turn over the stock to
the Lake Jessup, Indian River & Atlan-
tic Co., provided certain provisions were
complied with, and these provisions Mr.
J. Emmett Brown, the general manager
of the latter company has agreed to.
It appears to be the common opinion
that Oviedo is on the eve of the most
prosperous wave that she has ever ex-
perienced. All signs point this way.
The building of the proposed new roads
is bound to make this an important cen-
ter, and already there is talk of a bank,
new hotels, and other enterprises that
are not quite ripe enough to be made
public.
Tavar'es Herald.
The Lake County Normal School

opened at Eustis last week with Prof.
J. C. Compton, superintendent of pub
lic instruction, as principal and Prof.
Noble Harter and Mrs. Fields as assis-
tants. We understand there are about
fifty pupils in attendance.
SIn assuming the local and business
management of the Herald, I must beg
the indulgence of its patrons for 6any
lack of local interest it may possess for
a short time. It will require better ac-
quaintance with the field of labor, and
no small a nount of skirmishing to


serve the readers as ably as has the re-
tiring lo-al. Material changes and im-
provements in the paper are contempla-
ted, and I trust that every friend of
Tavares will bear in mind that he can
help the place in no more effective man-
ner than by giving the Herald the finan-
cial and moral support needed to make
it, as ft should be, an atfle representa-
tive of the interests of Tavares and of
Lake county. W. S. SMITH.
Must, Have Been Insane.
NEW ORLEANS, April 30.-Reeves
Lewis, secretary of the New Orleans
Railroad, and one of the most popular
young men in town, committed suicide
by blowing out hii brains. He sent a
letter to the president of the company
Thursday announcing that he would
not go down to the office yesterday and
telling him what should be done. His
death was instantaneous. Lewis has
been in poor health for some two
months, suffering from insomnia.
When an examination was made ofl
his room the coroner was greatly sur-
prised to find a box containing $10,000
in one corner of it, which could not be
accounted for. The family of the sui-
cide could not imagine how he Itad so
much money, as he was supposed to be
In very moderate circumstances. The
money was discovered last night to be-
Ong to the city railroad. The presi'
dent of the company thinks that Lewi
took the money while temporarily in
sane, as he seems to have made no ef-
fort to misapply it.
The oJicbrs in pne of the exploded get-
rich-quick schemes have begun denying
money matters. It's very odd and a
seeming contradiction in anatomy, but
the only way to open some people's eyes
is to shut'them up.


FLORIDA STATE NEWS.


CULLED FROM OUR:EXCHANGE8 IN
CONDENSED FORM-

temis of Little "or no Interet, But. Hap-
penings "All the Same," From Differ
ent Parts of the State Prepared by Ed-
itor scisors.
Stn.trvie TEmes...
SFlorida has 122 papers-12 dailies,
2 tri-weeklies, 1 semi-weekly, 99
weeklies, 1 semi-monthly and 1
monthly.
The matrimonial boom seems tc
have struck the southern portion ol
the county. *Among the towns of
Bushnell, Webster and Center- Hill
there has been an average of two tc
three a week for the past month or
so, and the boys say they are so fre-
quent that it is impossible to give
them all a good serenade. Another
Couple was added to the incre sing
throng last night.
Robt. H. Beville is busily engaged
with his brothers in putting down
piping over their large bearing or-
ange grove near Center Hill, through
which they will force water from an
artesian well by means of a large en-
gine for the purpose ot irrigating the
trees. This would be of interest tc
any one to visit, as it will be the only
onein the county. The whole appa-
ratua will soon be in operation.
Mrs. A. S. Branch has our thanks
for a bunch of fine beets from bei
Garden, two of which tipped the beam
at 96 ounces.
Florida has 1,973 Sunday-schools
11,968 teachers and 92,495 scholars
showing an increase over 1880 of 893
schools, 5,535 teachers and 35.901
scholars.
Dr. J. N. Smith, superintendent of
the Florida Insane Asylum, in his
annual report says: "The year was
begun with 249 inmates, 127 of whom
werp males and 122 females. There
were admitted 64-36 men and 28
women ; discharged, 74; and the to
tal number, resident and treated
during the year was 313. We have
grown upon the farm during the past
ypar, some 16 acres of dats, which
harvested about 5,000 bundles; about
6 acres of Irish potatoes, which yield.
ed some 450 bushels; 7 acres of sweet
potatoes made 650 bushels; 70 acres
In corn turned out some 550 bushels
of grain and upward of 6,000 bundles
.of excellent fodder. Total numb
of inmates December 31,1890, was 239
--121 females, 118 males. Thirty-
five are foreigners, 13 nativity un-
known ; 12i are natives of Florida, 12
of Alabama, 36 of Georgia, 35 of
North Carolina, 27 of South Carolina.
Foreign countries-Austria, Greece
Sand Prussia 1. each, Spain and Swe-
den 3 each,Cutba andScotland 4 each
France 2, England and Germany 5
each, Ireland 6."
Beaevfew Blade.
Ma gnolias are in bloom'and their
fragrance perfumes the air in dense
hammocks.
Frequent showers have kept the
atmosphere at a,moderate tempera-
ture the past week. *,
"onathan Hoag, Jr., informs us
that le has about eighteen thousand
ii.of the .finest tomato plants in Marion
county and that the prospects for a
heavy and excellent crop are flat-
t ring.
;The total valuation :of Belleview
property for the year 1890 amounts to
$82,214.08 and the amount of taxes
assessed for that year is $328.86, or 4
ills on the above valuation. On
the,8th day 'of May next, or as soon
as a tax-collector shall be elected to
succeed the present incumbent, the
tax roll will be placed in the hands
of the (ax-collector and he will pro
ceed to collect from the persons own-
ing property within the corporate
- limits of the town. ,


Ft. Muer* Press.
On her down trip one day last
week a 100,pound tarpon jumped
aboard the steamer Clara as she was
steaming along eightmiles below Ft*
-Myers. The fish was killed and pas-,
sengers and crew had tarpon for din-
,. jier.
The Lee Coqnty Phosphate Com-
pany are banking thousands of tons
of pebble phosphate ten miles up the
river, where they are mining and
burning the shell out. 'They sunk
one of their lighters in ten feet of
water with about 75 tons aboard one
daylast week. The phosphate was
'p, pumped out and the lighter raised.
T They have about 100,000 tons ofphos-
S phate on the banks ready for ship-
''" ment.
A four-mast, schooner for Stock-
holm arid a large English schooner
1 or Baltimore are being loaded with
Sphosphate at Boca Grande. The for-
mer, has 1,500 and the latter 2,000
Stones capacity. '
_-Dr. Potter killed a moccasin on his
-,place Tuesday morning five feet long
Sand nine Inches in circumference.
; These snakes arei getting so scarce
:. that it is quite an item when one is
Seen nowadays.
SThere is a rumor that a club-room
7' will be erected here this summer for
' our sportsmen, a cozy and comforta-
ble place where they can resort at
Night and tell li-kely stories of
"strikes" and "catches."
A readian ..
Several young orange and lemon
groves are being planteJ inand near-
Areadia. The orange 'industry is
Very profitable.
Jirstice Pooser united in marriage
6 on Thursday night last Charles Hi


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STOPPING SMALL LEAKS.

THE REDEMPTION OF BONDS SUD-
DENLY DISCONTINUED.

Secretary Foster Preparing to Meet the
Enormous Hauls Following Tom Reed's
S million Dollar Congress. ,
WASHINGTON, Apr. 30.-Secretar, Fos-
ter to-day issued the following circular
discontinuing the redemption of 44 per
Scent. bonds:
"With a view of reserving the residue
of 41 per cent.loan for adjustment within
Sthe fiscal year, which begins on July 1
t next public notice is hereby given that
8 the redemption of bonds of that loan will
be discontinued for the present, and the
f circular of October 9, 1890,.under which
Such redemptions have been made, is
hereby rescinded.
"Due public notice will hereafter be
Given of the action of the department
s with respect to said 44 per cent bonds."
S The action taken to-day by Secretary
- Foster in discontinuing the redemption
r of the 41 per cent. bonds is believed to
Sbe the first of a series of measures in-
ended to put the treasury in a condi
tion to meet the heavy obligations which
are expected to fall due before congress
1 reassembles.
t These 4J per cent. bonds do not ma-
e ture until hext September, and there is
Really no obligation expressed or implied
upon the government to redeem them
e before that date; butin view of the large
s accumulation of money in the treasury
. during recent years the department had
f sought to use some of it by offering tc
S-purchase such bonds as might be offered
Sat fair prices in advance of their matur-
e ity. To-day $29,500 were redeemed, and
f the total amount of 4J per cent. bonds
e redeemed, or rather purchased, since last
- October, is $15,976,100. -
S THE AMOUNT OUTSTANDING,.
f On the first of the present month.$53,
t .854,250 of these last bonds were out-
t standing. The national banks hold over
$30,000,000 of them. If an emergency
Should arise there is small doubt in the
Mind of Secretary Foster that the banks
t would be entirely swilling to continue
their holding at a low rate of interest,
and they would be prompted to adopt
This course rather than oblige the treas-
r ury to call inthe money in the author-
Sized depositories.
S By purchasing 41 per cent. bonds un-
Sder its circular terms the treasury has
. saved the payment of much interest and
, it is entirely possible that the redemp-
Stion will begin again if the financial con-
) edition should warrant it. The terms of
3 to-day's circular itself seems to indicate
. such a purpose and expectation on the
part of the department and it may be
noticed that the reason assigned for the
discontinuance of the redemption by the
circular is with a view to reserving the
r residue of the loan for adjustmf nt with-r
Sin the fiscal year ending a little over
two months hence.
SMOT BY SOLDIERS.
A Queer Lynclhing out in Washington.
WALLA WALLA, W ASH., April 30.--D.
f J. Hunt, who slew Private Miller Wed-
nesday nighk, was lynched by soldiers
. from the garrison in the court house
yard with sixteen bullets, four lvhich
entered his head.
Early in the evening Sheriff- McFar.
land received intelligence that an at-
Stempt wouldbe made to lynch Hunt,
and ih company with Prosecuting At-
torney Plandord, repaired to the garri-
son and told Colonel Compton what they
feared and asked him to assist them.
This he promised to do by having check
rolls called after taps.
The sheriff returned and engaged an
extra number of guards, but all had not
arrived, when a crowd of probably fif-
ty soldiers appeared and demanded that
the officers open the doors of the jail.
When the demand was refused the sol-
diers began ork on the doors with ham-
mers and clisels. Finding this slow
work they threatened the use of dyna-
mite. Further resistance then being
useless the doors were opened, and twen
ty or thirty cocked revolvers were lev
eled at the heads of all inside and keys
- to the cells Were demanded. These were
given them, and when Hunt's cell was
a lown they quickly took him out to the
court house yard and shot him.
The excitement was intense and a
crowd of 2,000 people surged about the
street in front of the jail until after mid-


might.
Immediately after the shooting the
soldiers went to their quarters and it will
be difficult to tell who were in the shoot-
ing, though many were not masked.
The soldiers actually took charge of
the town and would allow no one to pass
along the streets in the vicinity of the
jail. They compelled the merchants to
put out their lights.
HunI, who was a gambler, met Miller
last Wednesday night in a saloon. -The
two began drinking and soon became in-
volved in a quarrel. Hunt drew his re-
volver and fatally shot the soldier.
STATE OF OHIO, CITY OF To-
LEDO, LUCAS COUNTY. s s.
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he
is the senior partner of the firm of F. J.
Cheney & Co., doing business in the
city of Toledo, county and State afore-
said, and that said firm will pay the
sum of one hundred dollars for each
and every case of catarrh that cannot
be cured by the use of Hall's Catarrh
Cure. FRANK J. CHENEY.
Sworn to before me and subscribed
in my presence this 6th day of Decem-
ber, A. D. 1886. A. W. GLEASON,
[SEAL] Notary Public.
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and mucous surfaces of the system.
Send for testimonials, free.
M- Sold by druggists, 75c.
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