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"Blow your own horn."
D.E. Thompson, editor.
Published by: Purdy & Ruhl, .
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 14 (Mar. 2, 1891).
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Title: The Tuskawilla news
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Language: English
Publisher: Thompson & Ruhl
Place of Publication: Micanopy Fla
Creation Date: May 21, 1891
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General Note: "Blow your own horn."
General Note: D.E. Thompson, editor.
General Note: Published by: Purdy & Ruhl, <June 4-July 23, 1891>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 14 (Mar. 2, 1891).
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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Volume 1.


ainesville, Fla.
$50,000 ***- *sl:adid`c m
"- ip*\J \J\J\Jand prescribe It with great *ats 8 lnrthecuea
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L Undivided Profits $15,000o a rm a m S. endT r t
king business, with equal facilities to any ban. | ff-- l
accounts of Farmers, Merchants, Corporations,
time deposits. All businpaq transacted prompt S.
JAS'. &.GRADAM, Oashie -BBj^ emaraoy v
S- old Choe Ula rs that have restatled all reatmi I'


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Fu il eE tblfn t -et.-building up the 0yetemridyltl woe ondndho11o{
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d most complete assortmen o furniture anddu to mental irreu
Goods-of any other house in Alauua county. P.CU E

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complete. Undertaklu department open day and
wfiUrecetive prompt attention, either day or nigh
nerals in-any part of the county.
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:Man~-ga, Unde Oe and mbON,
Manager, Undertaker and Embalm LIPPMAN BROS., Proprietors,
.i 1wOESAE DRUGGISTS.
dppman Block, SAVANNAIk GA.
T. J. SWBAMNG j. N ADDINs. For sale by WW Johnson & Co.
AI D &_ CO ^Micanopy, Florida

kIR D, & LV0 TR ADE MAW f RE ISTM

7ARE & STOVES

3 Furnishingy!Goods.,
2O Arch Street. Philad'a. P4.
She original and only genuine Compound
I Oxygen Treatment, that of Drs. Starkey &
Palen, is a scientific adJustment of the ele-
Sments Of Oxygen and Nitrogen magetized: and
the compound is so condensed, and made port-
an- -S A T T 7Dable that it is sent aUll over the world.
ERSS and. SADDLERY. It has been in use for more than twenty
years; thousands of patients have been treated,
and Glass. Nails, Mi and over one thousand physicians have used
1- and G~lassl ^. Nails, fand recommend it,--a very significant fact
rThe great success of our Treatment has given
All kinds of Tin & h t risea host of imitators, unscrupulous per-
All dK1CS of T a &v Sheet sons: some caring their preparations Com-
'ks. Pipmg monials and the names of our patients, to re-
ks. Piping Or Wat commend worthless concoction But any
ls promptly and sat- substance made elsewhere or by others, and
Ip. PrMni 'Y andC Sa- called COmuound Oxygen, is spurious.
"Cormnpound Oxygen--Its Mode of Action and
factorially done Results," is the title of a new boo of 2 pa
i Published by Drs. Starkey & Palen, which
aives to all inquirers full information as to
Side of Court HoureSquare-n this remarkable curative agent, and a record
O, O of surprising cures in a wide range of chronic
*sy LO,.iDA A ases-many of them after being abandoned:to
-r die by other physiciens, Will be mailed free
to any address on application.
-. DRS. STARKEY & PALEN,
S DEAFNE1529 Arch St., Philadelphia, Pa.
. Tr MEM 'TEA AILO 120 Sutter St.,SaB'ranclscj.OCal.
.I DEAFNESS. -.........
: ^ (Please mention this paper
" '' ITS CA USES AND CURB --ScientificallyPa on e me nd s r 1
T treated by an artist of world wide renPatronize Rome Industry I
10 Deafness, eradicated anddentirely cured. of
from 2o to 30 years standing, after all theB oat
treatments have failed. How the difficulty is 0 -8 J a S
reached and the cause removed, fully explains
Sred in circulars, with testimonials and affadivit- Row Boats, Sail Boats and Canoees of ev
VA of cures from prominent people mailed free.
SFOToINER4West 14th St., N. Y. erysize and description.
Prices from 185.00 up, according
wa F wa quality.
S 100n TUMES BOATS AND STEAM LAUNCHED
El 01y oOuE 0 s D sBot to order..
themn. one in ever)
'"- *A M I-^coun a fT u u Borden's Clat County- Woodworklng
atqennareliable per
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sTOVE3 OF ALL KINDS, and Sole Age
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LEGITIMATE BANKING.
Hlas the Largest Surplus, Largest Line of Deposits, and does the largest busi
ess of any Bank in Marion County. Wa solicit your bank account and all buisi
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BLOW YOUR Ow|v HORN.


One Dollar a Year inAdivance.


FLORIDA STATE NEWS.
CULLED FROM .OUR:;EXCHANGES IN
CONDENSED FORM-
tems of Little or no Interef, But Hap-
peings *"All the Same," From I(afrer
ent Pafrt of te.tate Prepared by Ed-
ltore and Se'aso" a
Tavarm Herald.
J. D. Smith, formerly local editor of
the Herald, left on Thursday morning
Sfor Sanford, where he goes to establish
a new paper for that enterprising
town. J. D. is a flrst-clasm newspaper
man, and we feat quite sure he will
give the people of Sanford a paper in
which they will have good reason for
prile. Here's success to the new ven-
ture. t
The past winter has indicated very
clearly that the tide of winter travel
has returned to Florida. California
has been weighed and found wanting.
The abominable winters, with their
incessant rain, have given tourists and
invalids a keener appreciation of our
superb climate, and they have flocked
to this State in numbers never before
equaled. But -hile we have reason to
rejoice over this fact, those of us who
ive.in this beautiful lake region have
not derived much benefit from this
travel. The cause of this is a 1 ck of
hokel accommodations. It is true that
both at 1'avares and Leesburg there is,
and has been, an admirably kept ho-
tel; but each house is small and not at
all adapted to the requirements of
tourists.
Died, in Tavares, Sanday morning
last, Matilda Buffum, daughter of Mr.
and Mrr. E. S. Burleigh, aged five
months. n


furnishing goods. The thief got access -"
to the store through the back window.
The gentleman was in no hurry to
.
leave. After securing everything
needful for a gent's wardrobe, he very
quietly set about making his toilet,
rigging himself out in new togs from
head to foot. He was generous enough
to leave his old duds in the store, by .
which Mr. Scott got a clue to the cul-
prit. Mr, Scott, in company with J.
W. Hatfield, left on the morning trai
for Ocala in search of the aforesaid
gent, whom they had no trouble in
finding. He was brought back to Wild S l1 V
Wood, and from here sent to Sumter-
ville, where he will in future remain.
His name is Henry Johnson.
Ormond Coast Gazette.
. Several sales of property here have -
been made gratifying to purchaser,
seller'and the community. But in one 1
point our people should make no mis-
take; i, e, property prices should not
be advanced to "boom" prices until,
at any rate, there are such certainties
as will justify such advance. Remem-
ber there is a long season of quiet
times before us at the best, and many
things may occur during it to give us
another set-back. If one has property
for sale and a reasonable price can be
obtained for it then: is the time to
realize.
Dr. and Mrs. W. C. Murray left Tues-
day morning for New York, where they
will spend the summer and visit Mrs. i
Murray's father and mother. The Ga-
zette wishes them a merry trip and ad-
monishes them not to prolong their
absence too long.
The editorial family picked up bag-
gage and retired to Seabrooke Friday, .
where they will spend the summer in <
rest and qu'et by Florid.t's summer
sea. The Gazette wishes it could go
too, but is trying to abstain f:oi such
wicked thoughts aiid will go foi th each
week aid try to enliven the monotony
which surrounds the can't-get-aways.
Sunday and Monday immense
schools of fish passed southward along
the coast, They were composed of
mullet, pompano and moss bunkers.
Large numbers of porpoises, sharks JNO F. D
aind bass accompanied them, making (
inroads on them, while fish hawks and
eagles dashed down on them from
above.
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Leesburg Commercial. ',
G. C. Stapylton, president of the
Leesburg and -County State Bank, Ac
leaves to-morrow for England. He will *Has
be'aceompanied by his family. in Flori
Eor the benefit of. those desiring to 7, I


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OPTICAL GOODS. GOLD PEN!
All kinds of work done In the best manner.
FIRED G. B1. WIHE, O<


C T fADT PPAThe Music House of Floida
C.. L .OR...D & CO,,
(8s 9ows w o J, y a.tA & BON)
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.AX... ,A r. 0 1 .LQM.A' An B. CAMPBELL
--WHOLALE AI M AI DEALEBRS IN-
S, Jacksonville, Fla.
; 3 Carry the larges tostck in South Atlantio


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Violins, Blanjos, Guitars, Accordeons, Anto-
Harps, Strings, Sheet Music, small Instru-
, ments, trimmings, 'and anything and
everything musical at lowest
Northern prices.
PIA N0SWeber, Haines Brothers,
P IA NOS Newby & Evans, Morris.
Farrand & Votey. Chlca-
UOR OANS go Cottage, Vocallon.
I especially recommend the Haines Brothers
Pianos and Farraid and Votey Organs as fur-
nishing the bestvalue of any instrument in the
world. The F. and V, organs can be taken to
piecess and put to together in five minutes by
any intelligent 10-year-old boy and are in
every respect recognized as the best organ in
the United States.
EASY TERMS: $10 monthlyon Pianos and
And $5 on'Organs till paid. Just' think of it!
anyone can own an instrument on such
terms. Little more than ordinary rent. Send
for Free Catalogues. State what instrument
you want and you will promptly get full Infor-
mation that will astonish you. I have some
big bargains in SECOND HAND PJANOS
AND ORGANS. Spend one cent for a postal
card and write for valuable information.
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A large number of Bustis people are
vigor< usly ]rotest.ing against the pas-
sage of a -bill by the Legislature re-
Sstricting the bounds of the town.
Arcadtan.
SThe marshal made a raid on the ne-
gro gamblers at the "Lobby" Tuesday
afternoon and captured eight of the
leading "salmers." Gambling seems
toibe a mania with the negroes, who
do not pretend to play secretly, but
could be seen almost %ny day playing
Cards in full view of the phosphate
'railroad. Most of the rows that have
occurred in that part of town originat-
ed in some dispute over a game of
cards, and the town authorities are de-
termined to break it up. It is almost
impossible to get hands to work on
Xondava .on ,fccomit~ of. the .Sna
drinking and gambling. Professional
card sharps -visit the negro quarters
and rob the laborers of their haid-
earned wages. These are the men the
town wants and when they do get
them they should receive the highest
penalty of the law. Mayor Pooser im-
posed a fine of, $20 and costs on seven
who plead guilty, and $25 and costs on
the eighth, who put the court to the
trouble of proving that he played
"skin" as often as the others. Four
S have paid their fines and the others
wilLwork on the streets at the rate of
fifty cents a day until their fines are
paid.
Arcadia must now buckle down and
raise the highest amount over $4,000(to
secure the DeSoto Higb-school. The
*commissioners and school board have
given $2,000 each and -the town that
raises the greatest sum of money over
$2,500 secures the school. Artadians
must go to work.
Mrs. Jane Parker, relict of the late
John Parker, and mother of Messrs.
T. 0., J. N. and L. H. Parker, died at
the residence qf her son, L. H. Parker,
at 3 a. nE. Friday, May 1st, of heart dis-
ease, in the 82d year of her age. She
was apparently in the best of health
an hour before her death and had
walked two 'miles the afternoon-be
fore. The body was intered in the Mt.
Mbriah Cemetery, on Joshua creek;
Saturday morning, Dr. Best conduct-
ing the burial services.
Ovedo Caronicle.
-Capt. W. B. Tucker, general mana-
ger of the T., O. and A. R'y, was pre-
sented with a handsome palmetto
stand by the Orlando Couny Alliance
at their meeting at Orlando last Satur-
day. The stand contained a silver
plate, upon which was engraved, "W.
.B. .,-from the'Orange County Alli-
ance, 1891." It was given to him as a
token of the appreciation of the Alli-
ance for the many favors shown the
organization the past winter.
The county commissioners have
again ordered the advertising for bids
for the construction of the new court-
house, the bill introduced in the Leg-
islature by Representative Shine re-
quiring only twenty (instead of fifty)
per cent. of the contract price retained
until the formal acceptance of county
buildings having become a law.
The son of J. W. Anderson, of the E.
F. and A. R'y, died at South Rye Gate
Vt., a week ago last Sunday. It will
be remembered that Mr. Andersor
Swas called from Orlando to his bedside
about two weeks ago. The boy was
S about twelve ycai s of aae and was the
6nly child -of Mr. and Mrs. Anderson
The, many friends of Mr. AndersOn i
S this community sympathize deeply
with him in his great loss. .
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": ,-7:- Last Su~naay nlgnat W." A., Scott'
:.'* Are was entered and rifled to the ex
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attend the commencement exercises of .
the Florida Conference College, from,
May 24th to 27th, the railroads leading
into Leesburg will give re duced rate ,
of fare. The commencement exercises
will be held in Mote's Opera House.
On Wednesday of last week Omweg
Bros. sold to V. J. Shipman, Spencer
& Co. 80 acres of kaolin land, situated L
near Bloomfield, for $1,200 cash. This
firm intend to start a large factory as
soon as practicable. Messrs, Shipman A
ahd *Spencer are connected with the p
land office at Gainesville.
V. J. Shipman, who was here last vS
week, made last year $8,000 on straw-
berries alone.
On Tuesday morning a Commercial
reporter, learning that S. A. Murden
had a scheme for building a new hotel
in Leesburg, called on that gentleman
and gleaned the following facts: The
question of building is being agitated,
and there is a fair prospect that the
enterprise will be put through to com-
pletion. The plan is to cover with one
deed the block on Main street on which
now stands the Lake City Hotel, B. M.
Baer's furniture warehouse and Wm.
Henshaw's building. The Lake City
lot is owned by Col. J. S. Hopson and
he is foremost in working up the plan
of the proposed building. The house
will if built be of brick, and just oppo
site E. H. Mote's mammoth brick
block, which is centrally located. We
know of no investment that will pay
better here than a large first-class hotel
and trust that it will be made a cer-
tainty in a few days.
The Lakeview Hotel is closed for the
summer. The prospect is that by an-
other year Leesburg will have another
fine brick hotel that will remain open
all summer.
A Favor to Spain.
MADRID, May 14.-As a mark of good
will, the United States government has
notified the Spanish government that it nie
will favor the introduction of a bill for ne
the modification of the McKinley tariff
law ir the next congress so as to facili-
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tate the importation of Havana tobacco
into the United State. United .States
Minister Grelbb has wired Secretary
Blaine that the draft of the new treaty
of commerce sent here for approval will
be signed Monday. The negotiation
have been kept so secret that even the
legation officials are ignorant of the pro-
visions of the treaty.
Against the Copyright.
LONDON, May 15.-The Chamber *of
Commerce of this city is circulating a
statement against the American copy-
right act, classing it as being ruinous to
the trades concerned in the production
of books, chroinos, photographs and
lithographs. In conclusion, the Cham-
ber of Commerce also invokes support
for the bill by which the British copy-
rightwill be refused to books set up and
printed in the British dominions, or in
thecountries included in the Berne con-
venion. "


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J. T%. QUARTERNAN, AGENT,
Micanopy, Fla.

S. L UNEEE LY,.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL

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PALATKA, FLA.

Sole Agent for Daffy's Malt and
Catherwood's

Celebrated Whiskies.

THE FINEST BILLIARD PAR-
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Bowling Alley now open day
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Is the place where all the Latest Styles and Novelties can be found, '
Suitable for the

SPRING AND SUM ER OF 1891i..
We respectfully call your special attention to our DRESS GoeD'S5, of
the finest texture, shades and variety, the latest of whichis the black em-
broidered, Lawn Dresses, also white, of exquisite patterns and at ROCK--
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our styles dress goods would be impossible, and we invite you to call
around to our store and we will be pleased to show you our now assortment
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pride say that our success exceeds
our expectations.

-THE farmers and f'rutt-growers
should organize at once and com-
mence the campaign for lower rates,
and not wait until the orange crop
is ready for market before any action
is taken.

AT the sixth annual meeting, of
Sthe s stockholders of the Florida Fruit
Ex.ehige, held in Jacksonville on
tlfe ttl$0 i st., Maqpger Ives reported
.tI Jhe.,.Exchange handled during g
the seaof i6l1890-91, 282,362 boxes of
fruit.. The average'price .was $2.37
per box and. net average $1.57. The
>;t ;iet inrftrease over last year was 5c.
'1per box ,
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S the *seendte confirmed the appoint-
in ets-of Leroy ,N. Pierce, ,W,-; 'd.
Mathews, W. W. Scott.-.j W. Carter
and R. B. W eks,*be county com-
missioners for AtChua county. We
don't J . .- of the appointees
-.t Mr.,Carter, who's a resident
of our town, and only trust that the
-others are as honest and capable as
we know Mr. Carter to be.

WE are in receipt a special consu-
lar Xeport from Consul Bradley, of
Nice, entitled "Olive culture in the
Alpes' Maratimes." This report
-:shows the method of planting olive
orchards and producing the oil and
preserving the fruit, and is in an-
swer to' a circular from the Depart-
ment of State, at Washington, based
on inquiries from California, Texas
and Florida. We would be glad to
see olive culture added to our many
industries, as our climate and soil
are adapted to its groQwth. The
probable profit is considerable, be
sides the product is protected by the
present tariff laws to such an extent
that the smallest product would in-
sure large returns. We would sug
gest that some of our fruit-growers
would experiment in this new field
and make an effort to find out wha
there is in it. A copy of the report
referred to can be had by applying
to the Secretary of State, Washing
ton, D. C.

Newspaper Subscription Law.
The decisions of the United State
court on this subject are interesting
.. 1.-Subscribers who do not give ex
press notice to the -contrary are con
sidered as wishing to renew their
subscriptions.
2.-If subscribers order the df'scon
tinuance of their periodical, the pub
lisher may continue to sefid then
until all arrearages are paid.
-1 f subscribers neglect or refuse t
take their periodical from the post
office to which they are directed the;
are responsible until they have settle(
their bills and ordered them discon
Stinfied,
4.r-If subscribers move to another
place without informing the publish
er and the papers are sent to th
former'addess they are held respon
ible.
5.-The courts have decided tha
refusing to take periodicals from th
office oi. refusing and leaving thep
< uncalled for is prima facie evidence
O: intentional fraud.
'; .-If subscribers pay in advance
;: [ they are bound to give notice at th
: end of time if they do .not wish 1
-" continue taking ft; otherwise th
);: [. publisher i' authorized to- send i
y,..,"i: and the subscriberwillberesponsibl
until an express notice with pa
nr Y.^,, sent, b all.arrearages, is sent to th
Stiblsaher> : "


Consignments Solicited,
Promptly Made.


present, rate is charged, the commis-
sion need not hope to: find us satis-
fled.
You say the commission can see no
good to come from controversy, but
are always geady and willing to re-
ceive suggestions. I did not con-
sider our correspondence as a con-
troversy at all; but if suggestions
please better, I now suggest that they
take up this Florida Southern charge,
consider the business done, the
branches run over, cost of service,
and make a rate tl];U t. illLab.iv i _u.I
I-a --gt yr I-re-o t Ie la :.r I J rl-, 7 .
We are willing to pay wP.V for the
ryJa._ en u `- fwe do not
think it right or just that we' pay for
service rendered on an unprofitable
branch. We are in nowise responsi-
ble for the building of their unprofit-
able branches. Truly yours,
S. H. GAITSKILL.
ONE horse, on a smooth, hard sur-
face, will pull the same load that
eight horses have wearily tugged
at on the usual country dirt road.
One question for the farmer to decide
is, whether. he prefers to invest few
and reasonable taxes in a permanent
road or the alternative of investing
enormous sums in perishable draft
animals that require constant feed-
ing. He must have one or the other
to market his produce and his pro-
duct, and in ratio with the conven-
ience and cheapness of getting to
market.-The Referee, Chicago, Ill.
Tacoma and Pine Island Topics.
Messrs. Pugsley, Smith, and others;
are shipping tomatoes.
The young orange groves in .this
vicinity ai'e in loveliest green.
If the way the straws point is any
sign we will ha-re a railroad this
time "sure pop."
If I lived in town and was every-
body and their sons, I wouldn't stare
at a fellow's best girl when hlie carried
her there; would you? ,
Mr. Hutchinson, an Englishman,
has purchased the Howard grove,
on the west side of Wauburg Lake
and will commence improvements
at once, by building a residence and
outbuildings, etc. We welcome such
as he.
R.M. Chamberlim has one third
of an acre in cucumbers which he
keeps in a vipwousw and growing
state by watering them every other
day. In return for his attention he
notes an increased yield at every
cutting. i
Miss Emma Chase has closed the
'Tacoma suburban school. This
school is known as the Pine Island
Public School. In the shades of
Tacoma, on the sunny side of Pal-
pine Glenn, upon the pure white
Sand of Amocot Lake, within a
stone's throw of its placidwaters,
stands the school-house; opposite
and in sight, on the other side of
Palpine Olenn, in Mandena, stands
a like edifice of learning.
There will be an, army-size, basket
picnic Saturday, May 30th, at Cham-
Sberlin Park, on Lake George. Every-
I body and their beaux and sweet-
t hearts are cordially invited. Among
t the principal features of the day will
I be a gameof ball between the Rocky
SPoint boy and the Tacoma team.
I The Tacoma Band will furnish the
r music. There will be a committee
appointed to serve ice cream, lem-
r onade, etc., and a special committee
, to chunck offthe do,-. ROMEO.


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FLORIDA

Fruits and Vegetables

A ,

SPEkIALTY


Returns made day of sale. Con-
signment solicited and Stencils fur-
nished by
S.D. EMERSON,


Orders promptly attended
correspondence solicited.
PALATKA, FLA.
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than that which they have followed. i
By order of the Board.
JNo G. WARD,


LIVE. STABLE, WOOD, WOOD, WOOD,
MICANOPY FLORIDA. -
____., DELIVERED IN ANY PART OF
The public can always find mile pre- THE CITY AT THE LOWEST
pared to fill their wants in PRICES.
SADDLE HORSES, -5tf- G. J..11HAGOOD.
SINGLE BUGGIES, W S. DUIHAM,
U13LE VEHICLES,
edOUBLE VEHICLES CITY BARBER & JEWELER.
Alwaysredy Alsofurnishteams
or do haulidg on shortest notice. Neat Work Guaranteed.
19yl F. FINGER, PRiOP.
0f % 'lVF t KYkA Iundertaketobriefly 1(IC(ANOPY, : IFLORIDA.
CR B 1 an faclianyfairly ihtelligentrP'vrsonofvi-hLr
^ H H BI 6 H 3 h ^b ua rend and write, and who,
B9. HHl er Instruction, vill .oric industriously, T A K R
S W ,v to earn Threo Thouzand Dollrs n
yvari ` the'.rown loc es ,wherevertheylive.I will a;o furnish
tble sianiiu orcmplo entiat \lhih youcun enr tliat iliolit. C T A K R
No U-III,' for me unl successful as above. 'nsily1ltt quickly
eairne, i desire but worker from ench district or county. I
h'ave already taught provided with enmployment a l.nrpe
..mb.r, who sr ... M over .3000 a e .renefh. It'i-NEW r
,nd ~ ~ tO.I.'" irK iilrE'!]E. Acblre, at ince, f-[P f ||jop r* ./%-
P. C. AL N ox. 40, A.,ta, ue. 0. P. JOHNSON, r pro
ESTABLISHD I. .853. BUEXIED OUT IN 1867
'IV.PS I 53BLUSHEBIN1871 Fresh Bread, Cakes' Pies, &c.
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J. W. CARTEn.


Secretary.

MHE SURVEYORS ARE IN THE MCIXTOSHr,]LA., May 11, 1891.
ST) 00 mTAI R MB. JNO. G. WARD,, Seeretary,
FIELD AND SOON THE NEW TALLAHASSEE, FLA.,
DEAR SiR:-
I beg to acknowledge the receipt
tA1LROAD WILL CONNECT of your favor of the 4th inst.
THIS SECTION WITHI THE Referring to your letter of April
20th, your only reason- ror allowing
OUTSIDE WORLD. the Florida Southern railroad, what
--- you admit to be the right to charge
Everybody Excited-The Work us an excessive freight rate, is to
Goes Bravely On-Determi'ned equal rates. In other words, to
Men at the head-The Road anr make us pay as much to basing
Points as the people due east of us on
Assured Certainty. the F. C., & P. have to pay. Now
Those who would be inclinedto you give a very different reason for
,a part of the charge, because of
loubt that the proposed new road s a o caee o
branch roads. It seems to me,+in
from Micanopy to Gainesville via this instance, "the rejected stone
Paynes' prairie will be bgilt should has become tie chief corner stone."
observe thie movements of the projec- The main line of the Florida South-
tors. The engineering corps has ern railroad is from Palatka to
d -Gainesville, but, to judge by the
finished the preliminary lines and n u t j y the
elo dthe pea nen e train service and business done, the
ame located the permanent route ain line has deflected South from
from this place to Paynes' prairie. Rochell,and from Rochelle to Gaines-
The engineer in charge declares it ville, is now0only a branch.
Se o c As to the publication of rates, there
to be one of -the cheapest lines to i ofhe commission,
grade that hlie ever located. Work on that all rates that are allowed by the
the grading will commence in dead commission shall be kept posted in
earnest on Paynes' prairie next week the railroad offices, subject to the
as the water is now very low and inspection of the public. I examin-
this art of the route can be flised ed the office here and found no au-
this part of te route can be finis thority for the charge of ten cents
at a very small cost by doing the per crate on vegetables from here to
work at once. Gainesville. That fact, in connection
New life is evidently cropping out with your letter of April 20th, led
me to believe the commission had a
in our section, and the result will be rate that was not published. The
the further development of the finest only published allowance I can find
agricultural section in "this or any is on p$age 63, 4th annual report, there
other State. Let everybody feel an you allow to add 25 miles for branch-
e, s, etc. This would give our section
interest in this enterprise, and with a nine cent charge to Gainesville.
such men as J. AV. Carter, A. J. Shu- I am sorry tlihe commission objects
ford, J. B. Martin, and others, at the to criticism. Their rulings and rate
head, we may be sure this sec- are made for the public to inspect
tion is bound to come to the front, as and criticism naturally follow in
Shespection. I hope the commission
it already bears the reputation of the will never fel that it is the highest
finest farming section in the world. power, but remember the people are
Micanopy and surroundings are on servant-makers and they (the corn
a healthy boom and with the road missioners) are but the servants o
completed to Gainesville the A the people. I, too, am sorry there i
completed to Gainesvill. the Ambler dissatisfaction with the rates, bu
road will undoubtedly be built from, the people here consider they are
Williston to connect with it, which ; charged double what would be rea
will give one of the best paying lines sonable, and as long as this, th


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months, 295 cents. All subscriptions
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JOB PRINTING: Connected with
the aper is a complete and well-
appointed job printing office, and
with new type and presses and com-
petent printers, satisfaction is as-
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Thursday, May 21, 1891.


C. H. KLEINFELTER.


J. II. KUSIIMAN.


T. P. WICsGINS.


Kvepl alwaysoil hand. -vammes
furnished at reduced prices. 26
Loaif Bread Tickets for $1.00

Clothing Made to Order.

J. R. & S, ,EMERS0N
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samples for pants and spring
suits made to, order. Pants
$3 00 to $8.00. Suits $13.0o
to $35.00. Fit guaran-
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as Official Organ for the Farm-
ers' Alliance of Alachua Coun-
ty.
At a regular meeting of the County
Farmers' Alliance, held in Gaines-
ville on the 15th inst., Turi TUSKA-
WILLA NEWS was adopted as the Of-
ficial Oi'gan of the County Alliance.
This is indeed gratifying to the nman-
agement of this paper, coming as it
does from a body composed of farm-
ers, whose cause THiE NEWS has so
faithfully championed.
We iare making arrangements to
place TirnE NEIWS in direct communi-
cation with each Sub-Alliance in the
county, and .will make a complete
directory and publish the Declara-
tion of Purposes. We will also pub-
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the benefit,of the Sub-Allianccs that
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and local nevs. The cheapest paper
in the State, and best advertising
medium. By the year. $5 00; six
mo'aths, $2.`0; three months, $1.25.
Carter R.JIussel3, Props,

MRS. HAMILTON,
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desires to inform the ladies
that she is prepared to do
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road, and we hope to see it colhplet-
ed in the near future.
The railroad Commission.

TALLAHASSEE, Fla., May 4, 1891.
MR. S. H. GAITSKILL,
MCINTOSH, FLA.,
'DEAR SIR:-
Replying to yours of the 27th ult.
I am directed by the Board to say
that they.have givun c careful conlsdpor.
---tiron Rn-Onrll:,tter in w mittlt you
refer to tlie statement made by com-
missioner Himes, aet ..also. 1P-.vf,
opinion-as to what the duty of the
commissioners is, and in which you
express regret that the commissioners
allow what you consider excessive
rates, and in which also you remind
them they have nothing to do with
Inter-State rates, etc. Any state-
ment made by commissioner Himes
to the effect that if the Florida
Southern was charging more than
commission rates, the commission
would interfere and have them low-
ered was correct. As .explained in
my last, the rates as now in existence,
were made only after much careful
investigation. They are, in the opin-
ion of the commission just and rea-
sonable, and are, both as to oranges
and vegetables a large reduction in
the rates charged before the com-
mission organized. Moreover the
commission hope that in the future
circumstances may arise under which
the rates may be further reduced.
In the 4th annual report, a copy
of which has been mailed to you,
pages 61, 62 and 63 you will ,see the
schedule allowed thb J. T. & K W.
system including the Florida
Southern, when they were revised
under the Act of 1889, and the order
accompanying the same. In that
order as you will see, the rates on
classes G and V were fixed to be
the same on the J. T. & K W. sys-
tem as were in effect before that Act
was passed. The rates now in force
were therefore really made by circu-
lar 20, 1889. At that time there was
an allowance of 20 per cent addition-
al, on account of branch roads. In
This way, 8 cents plus 20 per cent. 1.6
Becomes 9.6 and under rule 17 of
the commission they may charge 10
cents. All these schedules,, circu-
lars, etc., have been published as the
law requires, either in the paper or
i, it'he stations, and persons desir-
ing to keep posted as to the rates
Sought to-have no difficulty in ascer-
Staining and knowing theth at any
time, and the rates are therefore not
t"unpublished" rates. While the com-
missioners are willing and ready to
investigate complaints at any time,
r &d will receive suggestions as to
Schianges that ought to be made, and
Swill take pleasure in answering
- enquiries and giving information,
they do not see that any good can
t come from a controversy with any
) one publicly or privately as to the
i propriety or justness of their actions.
0 They regret that any one should
not be satisfied with the rates or
e regulations, and are -, sorry to find
e that sometimes some are not. It
0 would be more pleasant were it
e otherwise .ind could they received
, universal approbation. Nevertheless
e having been careful and considerate
- in their action and followed there
e, best judgement, they know no other
Proper course for thenm to pursue


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CASH PRICE. Yours very respectfully, *

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Official Notice.
The nost-offlce will be open from 9
Sto 10 o'clock. m.. every Sunday., for
Sthe accommodation of the public.
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Married,
Thursday evening, May 14th, at
the residence of Mrs. Horace Merry,
Rev. J. P. Hilburn officiating, Mr. J.
Lee Stokes and Miss Clara Merry. i
We extend to the happy couple our r
warmest congratulations and si-n-
cerely trust that their future happi-
ness mnay exceed their present an-
ticipations.
Micanopy Alliance.
Saturday, May 30th, will be the
regular meeting day for Micanopy
Sub Alliance. All members and t
candidates for membership are re-
quested to be present. Business of
importance will come before the
meeting.
P. A. RUHL, B. W. POWELL,
Secretary. President.

Specimen Cases.
8. H. Clifforc, New Cassel, Wis.,
was troubled with Neuralgia and
Rheumatism, his stomach was dis-
ordered, his Liver was affected to an
alarming degree, appetite'fell away,
and he was terribly reduced in flesh
and strength. Three bottles of
Electric Bitters cured hinm.
Edward Shepherd, Harrisburg,1. l
had a running sore on his leg of
eight years' standing. Used three
bottles of Electric Bitters and seven
boxes of Bu'cklen's Arnica Salve'
and hs i leg is sound and well. John
Speaker, Catawba, O., had five large
Fever sores on his leg, doctors said
he was incurable. One bottle Elec-
tric Bitters and one box Bucklen's
Arnica Salve cured him entirely.
Sold by AY. W. Johnson & Co., drug-
gists.
Sunday-School Picnic.
As was agreed, a large number of
our citizens, as well as quite a num-
ber of visiting friends, assembled on
the shores of Tuskawilla Lake to en-
joy a general Sunday school picni
Wednesday the 13th"inst. Games of
various descriptions were indulged in
intermingled with strawberries and
ice cream, and boat riding on beau-
tiful Tuskawilla, which were highly
enjoyed by all, until dinner was an-
nounced, when' we all gathered
around the tables and enjoyed a well-
preparbed dinner "in the woods."
After this we all repair to the place
prepared for the tournament. Here'
we all seated ourselves and waited
for the fun to start. Owing to want
of practice the contestants for the
crown did not do as. well as they
would otherwise have done had they
had a chance to practice. However,
it was highly enjoyed. The knights
Were: W. L. Miller, Knight of the
"Black Horse;" Jeff.Chitty, Knight
of the "Rising Son;" Hollie Bar-
nett, Knight "Florida Cracker;"
Sam Chitty, Knight of "Fleming-
ton;" J. D. Merry, Knight of "Tuska-
willa;" Ben Williamson, Knight of
the "Wildwood;" S. Turner, Knight
of "Lone Star;" C. J. Purdy, Knigh,t
of the "Plains." At the conclusion

Knights Flemington and Wildwood
for the crowning of the queen and
an other charge was made resulting
in a victory for'.Knight Flemington.
A tie was also declared between Sir
Knights Florida Cracker, Tuskawilla
and Rising Son for second and
third maids of honor, when, after a
charge,, a victory was declared in
favor of Knights, Tuskawilla, 2nd
maid; .Florida Cracker, 3rd maid.
The crowning was as follows; Miss
S-Mamie Bquknight, Queen; Miss Ad-
die McCredie, 1st Maid; Miss Emma
Pardee, 2nd Maid; Miss May Brown,
3rd Maid. Thus the day ended, and
a very pleasant time we all had.
The Pulpit and the Stage.
Rev. F. M. Shrout, Pastor United
Brethren Church, Blue Mound,
Kan., says: "I feel it my duty to
tell what wonders Dr. King's New
Discovery has done for me. My
Lungs were badly diseased, and ny
parishioners thought I could live
, only a few, wees. I took five bot-
tles of Dr. King's New Disoovery,
" and am seund and well gaining, 26
- lbs. in weight." -
t Arthur Love, Manager Love's
Funny Folks Combination, writes:.
"After aL thorough trial and con-
1 vincing evidence, I am confident Dr.
, King's New Discovery for Consump-
i tion, beats 'em all, and cures when
everything else fails. The greatest
kindness I can do my many thou-
- sand friends Is to urge them to try
1 it." Free trial bottles at W. W.


Johnson & Co.'s drug store. Regular
sizes 50c. and $1.00.
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Terrible blood poison, body cov-
ered wftlh sores, and. two bottles of
P. P. P. (Prickly Ash, Poke-Root and
Potassium) cured the disease, mak-
ing the patient lively as a ten-year-
old.
We have one more of the -popular
Eldredge sewing machines for sale.
Call at this office at once if you wish
to secure a bargain. ,
Rock is beingliauled for the foun-
dation of Simonton's mill, which
will be moved from the rear of his
store to the vacant lot across-the
street.
Rheumatism was so bad that
James Irvin, of Savannah, could
hardly .walk from 'pain in his shoul-
der and- joints of his legs. P. P. P.
Prickly Ash, (Poke Root and Potas-
sium) was reesorted to and Irwin is
well and happy.
On Monday last Mesers. Carter &
Owen purchased the entire peach
crop of L. DeGottrau, of Orange Lake.
The crop will amount to 500 or
700 bushels.
A spirit of improvement has seized
the citizens of our town and vicinity,
and many will be the good things
that,THE NEWS can say about them
if the spiri olds its grip.
SWe regret that we were unable to
attend the fish-fry on Wauburg Lake
last Tuesday, -but we acknowledge
with pleasure an invitation to the
same. Several of our citizens took
it in and declare, they had lots of
fun.
State Lecturer, C. B. Collins and
County Lecturer, A. U. Hilleary,
visited our Sub-Alliance Saturday.
Mr. Collins complimented us highly
on the condition of our Alliance_ and
infused new life by words of praise
and-encouragement.
The young people had a very pleas-
ant dance at Hotel Tuskawilla Wed-
nesday 13th inst. A large crowd was
, present and the dancing wasvery
much enjoyed.. The dance was con
S tinutefl until a reasonable hour when
all departed for home happy.
SThe streak of pine splinters be-
Stween Benjamin & Co.'s store anc


the corner of the Edwards' lot will Skin Eruptions, and positively cures
be torn up at once and a sidewalk of Piles, or no pay required. It is guar-
o-e ill ....... anteed to give perfect satisfaction ,
stone will be, ult instead The ormoney refunded Price 25 cents
work isn charge of Mr. J.H. Prater, per box. For sile by W, W, Johnson
'hieh iusure it early enmphtionn [& C'o,


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LOCAL HAPPENINGS.

Fine summer weather this.
The horse-fly season is coming in.
Use.Strnmfellow Bros,' Tube Rose
Butterine, at 25 cents per pound. It
has no equal.
Old newspapers for sale. 10c. a 100.
Send THE NEws office vegetables.
Get a "Kake" of Colgates' Lace
Soap and prepared Boston Codfish,
at Stringfellow Bros'., Gainesville.
Send the NEWS to a friend in the
North.
WANTED.-Chicken and eggs at
the NEWs office.
Johnson's drug-store is headquar-
ters for cool drinks.u
Call at THE NEWS 01fioCe 0fyou-
want a good revolver.
Charlie Owen received a $100 type-
writer a few days ago.
Ice cold Soda Water at W. W.
Johnson & Co.'s, drug store. 18
Fish-frys are becoming numerous,
,as we have heard of several lately.
16 oIs. condensed milk for10 cents
and 1 lb. choice Vostazza currants
for 7Y2 cents at Stringfellow Bros'.,
Gainesville.
New and Second Hand Wagons
and Buggies for sale at Carter's
shop. 10tf
Attention is called to the subscrip-
tion law published in another col-
timn.
D)o you wish a piano or organ? if
so, call at this office and secure a
bargain.
Abbot's East India Corn Paint
removes quickly all corns, bunions
and warts without pain.
We call the attention of those kind
young men to the card of thanks in
this issue.
Micanopy has been largely repre-
sented in GainesVille since court
convened.
Catarrh originates in scrofulas
taint. P. P. P. putirifies the blood,
Sand thus permanently cures Catarrh.
The: persistent fight TiHE NEWs
* has been makingfor better sidewalks
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A party of young people consist-
ing of Misses Laura and Ella Smith,
Emma and Honor Pardee, and
Messrs. J. D. Merry, W. Pardee andI
C. J. Purdy, drove down to Miller's
Park Saturday and indulged in a
game of croquet with Capt. John
and Fayette Miller. They report a
foine time.
Fruit Jars, "world without end;"
Finest, Freshest and Fattest Mack-
erel; the most extravagant and end-
less varieties of Fancy and French
Candies, at Stringfellow Bros'.,
Gainesville.
A fire and burglar proof safe has
just been received by S. H. Benjamin
& Co., which was built for them by
the Hall Safe & Lock Co., of Cincin-
nati. The total weight is 7000 lbs,
and weight of chest 2500, the latter
being built of the finest case-harden-
ed steel. The entire cost placed in
position is something over $650.00.
We invite the ladies of Micanopv
and vicinity to our mammoth
Grocery store for everything first-
classin our line. Stringfellow Bros'.
Gainesville.
The drought that has prevailed
for the last four weeks has caused a
-,geat deal of damage to the vegeta-
ble crops. The beans and cukes are
cut off to a great extent and tomatoes
vines are suffering for rain. Taking
all the disasters into consideration,
the good prospects for a fine yield of
all crops has perceptibly vanished.
When you are thirsty and feel that
a nice, cool drink will do you good,
go to W. W. Johnson & Co.'s drug
store, where cool drinks are always
kept. 18
Two excellent and interesting ser-
mons were preached at the Baptist
church Sunday morning and even-
ing by Rev. L. D. Geiger. Ab the
morning service Mr. Geiger tendered
his resignation as pastor, to take ef-
fect Oct. 1st. With a host of friends
we regret very much to see this good
man leave, but best wishes go with
him, and those who secure him will-
ever be blessed by his presence.
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 severely
alone. Call and see for yourself.
0. P. Likins, thie photographer, of
Oatnesville, will go North for the
summer, between the 15th and 30th
of May. -Those who want work done
shouiy 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.
A.picnie has its drawback in the
shape of the scarlet bug, the most
insinuating insignificance that ever
Existed. Too small to.entrap it takes
advantage of its size and bores you
personally until it has wormed it-
self into flesh and notice. It is a com-
t plexing parasite, an infinitessimal
- fraud and is about one of the worst


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have taKen the lead oqfer everything.
They have become yely popular, and
are growing more o eyery day.
They are "
LIGHT, STYLISHiDURABLE,
WELL MADE.
Come and see them before buying
elsewhere. /
DON'T FORGET
that we have also a fall line of fine
SHOES at moderate prices.
H. T, VATTERLIN,
Gainesville, P.latka and Tampa.
Consumption jlCured.
An old physician retired from prac-
tice, having had placed in his hands
by an East India missionary the for-
mula of a simple vegetable remedy
for the speedy and permanent cure
of Consumption, Bronbhitis, Catarrh,
Asthmna nd all threat and Lung
Affections, also a positive and radic-
cal cure for Nervous IEebilliy and all
Nervous Complaints after having
tested its wonderful curative powers
in thousands of cases/has felt it his
duty to make it known to his surffer-
ing fellows. Actuaed by this
motive and a desire to -relieve human
suffering, I will send tree of charge
to all who desire it, his recipe,,in
German, French or English, with
full directions for preparing and
using. Sent by mail y addressing
with stamps, naming this paper,
W. A. Noyes, 820 Powers' Block,
Rochester, N. Y, I
PERSONAL,
Mr. J. Katz visited Ocala last
week.
Mr. W.B. Saddler, of Gainesville,
is in town.
Mr. A. H. E :.r o'aud wife were
in the clty uinday. i.
Mr. Archie ix,, of Wacahoota,
was in town Monday..-:
Mrs. F. B. Hester, of Evinston,
was in town Monday.
A. U. Hilleary, Esq., of Lochloosa,
was in town Saturday.
J. W. Lane, Esq., of Jacksonville,
was in town last week.
Miss M'attie Boyle, of Charleston,
S. C. is visiting Mrs. Dr. Johnson.
S. D. Emerson, Esq., left for New
York and Boston Sunday morning.
Messrs. S. H. Benjamin and J.
Katz spent Sunday in Gainesville.
G. F. Sickles and Charlie Owen
made a business trip to Orange Lake
Monday.
Mrs. M. H. Kennedy, accompanied
by her son Houston Densler, was in
town Thursday.
Rev. J. P. Hilburn, wife and Miss
Margaret Peace spent. a few days on
_Pro,' e, LakeJik:-e lvast Vta!s. ..-- -.-
John E. Hart, Esq., formerly of
this town, but now of Parasofkee, is
visiting his parents, of this:place.
Frank M. Simonton, Esq., of Tam-
pa, spent a part of last week at the
home of his mother, Mrs. G. W.
Avery.
Rev. J. P. Hillburn left Tuesdsy
morning for Ocala where he will
assist the miniesters of that town in s
revival.
Mr. P. F. Jenkins, chief engineer
of the G. R. P. &M. Ry., with his
assistant; Mr. Hanley, is stopping al
the Tuskawilla hotel.
Misses May Brown, Minnie Hey-
man and Mamie Fontane went t(
Boardman Monday I afternoon t<
take in the Alliance picnic Tuesday
Maj. W. P. Cooper, who is extend
ing the timber road from a point be
low Archer to Williston, passe
through the city Monday morning
en route to Pal;tka aid Jacksonville
Misses Duffy and Lottie Hart
Maggie Allen and Lelia Feaste:
made our sanctum a pleasant call las
Thursday and assisted in getting
out the paper. Thanks, and cal
again, ladies.
Miss Georgia Dozier, the pleasant
and affable young lady who has beer
spending' some time with Mrs. A. H
Emerson, returned to her home ih


OUR STYLES ARE THE NEW- OUR MILLINERY DEPART-
EST. MENT
I Is now complete. Ladis desiring a
It has been acknowledged that j stylish hat will please call, as there
there is no equal in the market in is an experienced milliner in' atten-
our magnificent display of dance who will trim hats on short

WHITE DRESS GOOrDS noie
notice.
WfTrTE~r T)R?,Ta GOODS.


The Public is invited to inspect our
GOODS, STYLES AND PRICES!
The Most varied and extensive
stock ever exhibited in Micanopy!

DRY-GOODS,
NOTIONS,
FANCY GOODS,

Black and white embroidered dress
patterns, trimmings for ladies, miss-
es and children, white goods, table
linens, napkins, towels. &c.
Our stock has been selected with
great care from the leading markets
of this country.


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SHOES.
Our shoe department is now com-
plete, with a full line of Ladies',
Gents' and Childrens' Low Quarter
Shoes and Slippers.
CLOTHING AND HATS
For Gents Boys and children. A
complete stock of
HARDWARE,
GROCERIES,
IURNITURE,
MATTING, &c., &o.


Hamburg and Swiss Embroidery.
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.
That is why this splendid bargain
is offered. All over Embroderies
and full line of laces, parasols, gloves
fans and corsets. '


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Leesburg Sunday afternoon, much
to the regret'of the m-,ny friends she
has made among us. Miss Dozier
besides being a pleasant lady is a
talented .musician, and she will be
sadly missed in our social circle.


For Sale.
One hundred head of goats. The
entire lot can be bought at $1.00 per
head. Smaller lots, something
higher. OTIS L. FEASTER.
Lost.
A copy of Ayers Newspaper An-
nual for 1890. This is a new volume,
and belongs to this office. It was
left in a desk in the old residence of
Mr. W. W. Brice, and was last seen
there. Any information will be re-
warded.

The Hartford TFire Insurance Co.
is now ready for business in this sec-
tion, and we would he glad to furnish
persons, who desire insurance of any
kind, rates on any class of property
mentioned in South Eastern Tariff
Association. D. E. THiOMPSON,
Agent.


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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. Either of the above cows
will give Iwo gallons of milk and
can be increased by feeding more.
F. G. SAMPSON.
17tf Boardman, Fla.


We will always keep in stock a Full line of Cigarand o\ee
We will always keep in stock a Full line of Cigarg and Tob~acco


Club Rates.
in order to enlarge our subscrip-
tion list, we have arranged with the
publishers of the papers below to
furnish the NEWS with them as fol-
lows:
Weekly Savannah News ........$1.75
Weekly Florida Standard ....... 1..
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Weekly Atlanta Constitution... 1.60
Weekly 'Detroit Free Press ...... 1.50
We do not offer the TUSKAWILLA
NEWS to old subscribers at less than
regular rates, but will give themthe
benefit of any reduction that we can
get on other papers.


"I can't say too much in praise
the Eldredge machine we bought
Syou," says Mrs. S. E. Bouknight.


"* ot is stated by good authority that
the "Ambler'.'railroad, from Willis-


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This little bug is ready for busines-
and awaits your coming.-Metrop-
l61is.
J. W. Lane, Esq,. representing the
popular Music House of A. B.
Campbell, of Jacksonville, will be
in town to-day and will remain
just one week. Parties desiring
instruments of any kin( will do well
to call on Mr. Lane while here as
his house bears the ,. reputation of
dealing in nothing but first-class
goods and these are sold at the very
lowest prices and easiest terms. 21tf
The Lone Star Dining Room,
Gainesville, Fla., recently opened
opposite.Endel Br:os., 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 excellent line of
fine Whiskeys, Beer, etc., separate,
but convenient to the Lone Star
Dining Room. When you are in the
city give him a call. (13tf)
The festival given by the ladies of
the Presbyterian church, at the resi-
dence of Mrs. W. W. Brice, last Fri-
day night, partook of a most pleasant
nature. After assembling in inter-
esting conversations, flavored with
ice cream, strawberries, sherbet,
cake, etc., for some time the program
of the evening was opened by a well
rendered song from Mrs. Ella Hil-
barn, which was highly appreciated
and proved the singer an artist in
vocal music. Miss Margaret Peace
in her pleasing way recited a humor-
ous selection, much to the delight of
the crowd, who voted her an elocu-
tionist of rare ability. Mr. C. B
Collins, State Lecturer for the Farm-
ers' Alliance was then introduced
and favored the party with a short
and interesting address, which -was
followed by a highly appreciated
song from Miss Georgia Dozier, of
Leesburg, who, by the way, is an ac.
complished vocalist. Miss- Peace
then closed the program with anoth
er one of her choice-selections, and
Small relapsed into pleasant conversa-
tion until the hour for departure
f when we all left for our homes thank
ing the ladies for an exceedingly
pleasant evening. We did not learn
what the proceeds amounted to, bti
Trust they were ample, rewardfox
r the phins taken.
I A Card of Thanks.
We, the undersigned, return thank,
to the young men who so thought
- fully remembered us Friday evening
- May 15th, MB.
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Parties having wagon and teams
or wagon and harness without teams
can get contracts for hauling
cross-ties by applying to (21tf()
W. P. COUPE,.
-.* ,W illiston Fla.
A .nice shed has been placed over
the pump well in front of Simon-
ton's store. The pump next, if you
please.
The residence of Mr. James Mc-
Credib is receiving a nice coat of
paint, which adds greatly to the ap-
pearance.


MILTON, FLA.
This is to certify that I have been
afflicted with scrofula, or blood poi-
son, for a number of years. The best
physicians of Mobile and this city
said nothing could be done for me.
I also took a large quantity of -, but
found no relief in anything that I
took. My limbs were a mass of
iUleers, and when I was sent to phy-
sician in Mobile my entire body was
a mass of sores. I had given up all
hope, and as a last resort tried P. P.
P. (Prickly Ash, Poke.Root and po,-
tassium) and after using four bottles
(small size) the sores have entirely
disappeared, and my general health
was never better than at the present
time, and people that know'me think
it a wonderful cure.
Respectfully,
ELIZA TODD.


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he Sugar Bill Pushed Through-The Em-
peror's Autocratic Speech-What
?rince lasmarck Intends Doing-Duel-
ling Commended.
BERLIN, May 15.-The Reichstag
-day finally passed the sugar bill
y a vote of 159 to 126 and approved
he spirit taxation amendment to the
ill. The house then adjourned un-,
1 November 11, after giving three
cheers for the emperor.
The week was full of legislative
orK. The trades regulations bill,
which had been before the house for
year, was passed by a large major-
ty. The only opponents of the
measure were the Socialists. The
losing tussle over the silver bill
rose from an amendment offered by
member oi the Center party pro-
iding that a consumption tax of 18
marks be levied, and that the boun-
ies be gradually abolished within 5
ears, l1 marks being given during
he first three years and 1 mark for
he following two years. The sugar
members warmly opposed the
amendment,
Chancellor von Caprivi supported
he proposal and declared that if the
amendment was rejected the Govern-
went would bring in a bill next year
which would make no provision for
he transaction period for the aboli-
ion of the bounty. Upon this dec-
aration of the Government's stand
n the matter the opposition gave
way and the amendment was ac-
cordingly adopted.
The act of the Brussels anti-slavery
conference was also adopted.
The proposals for reform in the
o egraph service had to be post-
poned until the November session,
pending the further report of the
committee on the subject.
AFRAID OF BISMARCK.
Talk in the lobby attributed the
expedition with which the Reichstag
closed to the fearsoftheGovernment
of the sudden appearance of Bis"
marck in the house with a bombshell
utterance against the Austro-German
commercial treaty, the Government's
labor measures and its general inter-
national policy.
Deputies Stumm and Kauderoff
went to Freiderichsruhe Wednesday
with the object ot asking the pnnce
what bis intentions are. Bismarck
advised energetic opposition to the
sugar bill, and promised to lead an
active aggression against the Gov-
ernment's projects when he took his
seat in the house. He declined, how-
ever, to take his seat until autumn,
when measures imperiling the inter-
-ests of the country would nake hie
presence necessary. He used the
same language to the deputation of
the electors of Geestemunde, adding
that he was not willing to return to
Berlin. The prospect was painful,
he said, of meeting former friends
who had separated from him since
his fall from p6wer. He declared
that the experience would be like
that of living under the same roof
with a divorced wife. He would not
appear as a leader of any party. His
sympathy remained with the old
Cartellers and it grieved him to see
the former coalition broken and the
factions attacking each other with
poisonous invectives.
The tenor of the prince's speech
confirms tbe predictions regarding

his attitude in the Reichstag. Th(
prince alms to form coalition of th(
Conservative and National LiberalE
against the Government.
The emperor's perception of com-
ing danger incited him to give utter.
ance to his stand in his speech at Dus
seldorf, which was an outspoken
menace against systematic opposi
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Dr. Broe expressed an opinion
regarding tU healing properties of
the lymph. He said it was necessa-<
ry to prono i icejudgment non liquet.
It was questionable whether the
Governveo had proceeded with
caution in supporting Kochism. Still
nobody coaid fail to appreciate the'
importanceoot the reinedy as a step
to advance 4ie curative art.
After simlar criticism from other
members tEs vote was passed.
DUELING COMMENDED.
The emperor arrived at Darmstadt
to-day froix Karlsruhe. He is going
to Schlitz tr visit Count Goertz. His
recent remarks to students at Bonn
seemed to praise both the beer drink-
ing and dulling habits of the stu-
dents. H1 certainly commended
duelling, bi t not drinking. He said
he still ho ed that as long as the
German sti dent corps existed the
spirit fosterId in the corps by feats
of strength and courage would be
preserved, at which the students
cheered.
The imperial encouragement is a
bitter disappointment to the agitators
against theduelling practice, but|the
emperor's utterance is entirely in
sympathy with the feeling in the
German universities.
Prince lismarck is seriously ill
with asth a a.
The strike of the miners in West-
phalia has ended in the submission
of the men.
THE OFFICERS ELECTED.
After a Ve y Interesting Session the
Chanoter Has Adjourned.
From the Time-Union.
At the se sion of the Grand Chapter
Royal Arch Masons, yesterday the fol-
lowing granL officers were elected for
the ensuing wrm: Thomas S. Wilmarth,
grand high -priest; Irving E. Webster,
grand king John H. Stevens, grand
scribe; Hen S. Ely, grand treasurer;
DeWitt C. Dawkins, grand secretary;
W. A. McLeAn, grand chaplain.
The following officers were appointed
by the grad high priest and installed
by Past Grand High Priest McLean" An-
gus Pellertpn, G. C. of H.; E. A. Rich-
ards,QG. P. .; Herman Glogowshi, G.R.
A. C,; Wairen Tyler, G. M. 3d V.; H. T.
Wartman. G. M. 2d V.; D. M. Rodiffers,
G. M. 1st V.; James F. Clark, G. G.
The grand chapter then closed, after a
full, harmonious and prosperous session,.
At night the grand council of the Or
der of High PrieFthoood met at 8 o'clock
and elected the following officers: A. Pa
ton, president; J. H. Stephens, vice
president; W. A. McLean, grand chap
lain; D. C. Dawkins, secretary and treas
urer; F. P. Mercereau, master of cere
monies; H. S. Ely, conductor; T. W
Boyd, herald; W. W. Tucker, steward
J. F. Clark, guard.
The Women Went to Work.
CHICANO, May 15.-A special dispatch
from Cincinnati, 0., says: "Complaints


This insidious ailment, if too long
neglected, will undermine the strong-
est constitution and bring the victim
to a premature gave. Heed the
timely warning and regain health at
once by use of the proper restorative,
that great strengthener of the urinary
and digestive organs, B. B. B. (Bot-
annic Blood Balm.)
David Runkel, Cullman, Ga.,
writes,: "I used a hundred dollars'
worth of medicine for Bright's dis-
ease, but it did me no good. I then
took B. B. B., which relieved me.
My appetite is restored and I urinate
without pain."
J. A. Maddox, Atlanta, Ga., writes:,
"I had great trouble in passing urine,
which was filled with sediments. My
back and loins gave me much pain
and 1 lost my appetite, strength and
flesh. I became nervous and unable
tosleep soundly. Two bottles of B.
B. B1. gaveme entire relief."
Thomas Williams, Soddy, Tenn.,
writes: "I was troubled with severe
kidney complaint and confined to my
bed. Six bottles of B. B. B. made a
well man of me."
How's This?


PRObPECTS OF BISMARCK'S
COMING RUSHED IT.


IHE


A BIG KICK ON MAXWELL He obtained employment here at Hotel T
Placide, and last Saturday asked John
THE FLORIDA HORTICULTURAL SO- B. Mas, a fruit dealer, to identified him
CIPETV PFOR ERT&IACTUALN H IM at the Merchants' Bank. Mass did. so, TI
'CIETY PRO1 ESTS AGAINST HIM~. ,.--, > O
and the'latter cashed a check for $835
Proceedings of the First Day or the An- without hesitation. It was drawn by S.
nual Session at Inaterlachen in Putnam Witlknwski, a large dry goods dealer of t
County-About One Rundred Members CharJotte, N. C., whose credit rated
In Attendance--Personas, high on the Merchants' and Farmers'
National Bank of Charlotte. It was cer-
INTERLACHEN, FLA., May 15.-To-dav tified across the face by this bank and
is a gala day for the Interlachenites. made payable to Kellogg's order.
They have invited the horticulturists of The bank in this city subsequently re- to
the State to meet here and hold the ceived a telegram saying the check was by
fourth annual session of the Florida a forgery th
State Horticultural Society, ani to-day This afternoon the manager of the bi
its sessions began. They have all turned State Bank in this city said he had a ti
out to welcome their guests, the various cashed check almost similar for $750. cl
committees are busily at work and with Kellogg, after getting his money, $1,-
one accord the community seem deter- 586, left on the evening train for Savan- W
mined to give their visiting co laborers nah, and traces of him have been lost.
a reception adequate to the occasion,
The east bound train on the Florida SOUTHERN BAPTIST CONVENTION. a
Southern has left a score or so of mem- 'p0end howinR of the Foreign mission
bers from the west and south, and the Board. c
west bound train is jdBt pulling in with BIRMINGHAM, ALA., May 14.-The cl
fifty more from the eastern half of the orty-sixth annual sessionof the South- a
state, making, together with resident ern Baptist Convention met at a
members, about one hundred-a very O'Brien's opera house this morning, V
good attendance for a scientific society the president,Judge Jonathan Hailson, n
of two hundred members, of Selma, in the chair, ti
And it is a fine, body of men that An address of welcome on the part of y
walks from the station to the Hotel In- the city was made by Mayor Lane and t
terlachen, where the meetings are to be in behalf of all denominations by Dr. t
held and most of the members quartered. W. L. .Pickard, pastor of the First n
It is doubtful if the horticulturists of Baptist Church. a
any state could assemble a representative The response on behalf of the con-
body of superior intelligence, refinement vention was made by the Rev. E.C. t
and business sagacity. Dargan, of South Carolina.
THE MORNING SESSION. The secretaries are Dr. Lansing Bur
The society convened at 12 o'clock, rows, of Augusta, Ga., and Dr. O. F.
noon, the Rev. W. D. Brown of Inter- Gregory, of Baltimore. 0
lachen opening with prayer. Mayor The following vice-presidents were t
Warren Taylor followed with the ad- unaniously elected : W. J. Northern,
dress of welcome, alluding very hap- Governor of Georgia; Charles Lewis
pily to the fact that the people of In- Cock, of Virginia; Col. James Alfred
terlachen were engaged in a pursuit Hoyt, of South Carolina, and Dr. T. T.
to promote which was the chief object Eaton, of d Kentucky
of the society, and extending to its The enrollment of delegates showed
members a cordial welcome and the 844 present, though large number
freedomm of the city." have. arrived during the day.
"freedom of the city." A committee on order of business t(
Mr. T. L. Meadeof Oviedo responded A committee on order of business t
to the address of welcome in a very fe- was appointed as follows: H. H. Har- p
licitous Ittle Speechwhich elicited re- ris of Virginia, J. A. ]9rioadus of Ken- p
peated -applause, tucky, Joshua Levering of Maryland, (
eThe president's annuH. A. Tupper of Virginia, T. J. Eaton
The president's annual address wa of Kentnrky, B. F. Riley of Alabama.
the feature of the morning. Dudley of Ketuk, B. F. Rie ofAaaa
the feature of the morning. Dudley The committee reported in favor of
W. Adams of Tangerine has been pres- .takin up fore missions at once and
iuent since the foundation of the soci- h poign t u t t n
ety. In his address he reviewed the home mis sions next, but the reports
progress made in fruit growing in this Tle especial order for 11 o'clock a.
state, the present condition of the in- m. to-morrow is the Southern Theolog-
dustry and the difficulties which con- ical Seminary at Louisville. Sessions (
front the growers. He said that we will be held to-morrow morning and
had learned to produce a variety of afternoon and next Monday and Tues-
A ,afternoon and next Monday and Tues-
orchard and garden products success- afternoon and night.
th ~day morning, afternoon and night.
fully and cheaply, but that the em. The report of the board of foreign
bargo upon marketing them laid by by Dr. H. A. Tup-
traspotaton lins, n te sapeofmissions were read by Dr. H. A. Tup-
tran portation lines, in the shape per, of Richmond, Va. It showed con-
exorbitant charges, rendered fruit perof thmon, V tshow on -
growiIg- and g4ening for the most tributions through the Woman's Mis-
gro w ing and g ~l enin g for the m ost g t of 23 7 1 T een i ec !
part unremunerative. sion Society of $23,761. The entire con-
The reports of Secretary W. S. tributions since the organization of the
Hart of Hawk's Park, and Treasurer convention in 1845 have been $1,752,-
J. B. Anderson of San Mateo showed 037, of which $812,662, or nearly half,
the society to be in a flourishing con- were contributed during the past ten
ditton as to membership, with a bal years. The total receipts during the
]ee of -some hundreds of-dollars on past year we..$ll32 ad-468 89 _
hand were borrowed. The balance is now
4mong those present' were Maj 0 P on hantl of $3,935, the net deficit was
Rooks of Fruitland Park, HonC -F A- 15.628. The church has missions in
Bielby and Editor Paintep" the Ag- Italy, Brazil. Mexico, Japan, China
riculturist, both of DeLand: Professor and Africa, with eighty-eight mission-
Whitner of -hne State Agricultural aries, twenty-two schools, 823 pupils,
a.te'Lake city, Rev N Wood- sixty-seven churches and 2,377 mem-
worth of Welaka, Col D H Elliot of bers. The various sections of the re-
-Sanford, Maj G P Healey of Seville; port were forwarded to the committees.
Baron H von LeuttiehuaofEarlton,W The committees were as follows:
H Mann of Manville James Mott, A H Pagan Field-C. S. Gardner, Tennes-
Cranb, Nashua; Rev Lyman Phelps of see; W. J. Quisenberry, Virginia; C.
Sanford, W. S. Hart, secretary of the E. Smith, Arkansas; T. Carry, North
society, Hawks' Park ; H. S. Hubbard, Carolina; T. S. Potts, Texas; C. S.
Federal Point; A. H, Mannville, Jack- Nash, Kentucky.
sonville; J. B. Anderson, treasurer, Papal Fields-W. C. Tyree, Virginia;
San Mateo; Hon. H. S. Williams, W. H. Foster, Jr., Alabama; G. B.
Rock Ledge; Prof! C. M. Hopkins, of Taylor, New York; E. V. Baldy,
the Agricultural Departmeut at Wash- Georgia; R. W. Merrill, Louisiana;
ington; Dr. J. M. Hawks, Hawks' G. W. Greene, North Carolina.
Park ; Arthur H. Brown, Belleview ; Preamble and Resolutions--J. A,
R. H. Porter, Lesburg; C. C. Leund, Hoyt, South Carolina; J. M. Hack,
Daytona; J. E. Burgess and W. H. H. North Carolina; E. C. Carroll, Geor-
Holdridge, of Grove Park; J. 0. Chase, gia; 'T. E. Bush, Alabama ; J. J. Tay-
the wellknown orange packer of San- lor, Arkansas ; E. L. Compete, Arkan-
ford; B. Garrett, Lake Maitland; E. sas ; N. A. Bailey, Florida; N. A, Tup-
JI Cox, Galrielle; E. C. Hammond, per, Jr., Kentucky; G. A. Turner,
Seville; L. Wightman, Orange Park; Louisiana; M. B. Woodfin, Virginia ;
J. C. Wild, Port Orange; E. R. Me- S. M. Ellis, Mississippi; M. J. Breaker,
Kean, editor Palatka Times ; W. M. Missouri R. A. Venable, Tennessee.;
McGriff, DeLand; J.M. Leedy, Keuka. W. R. Maxwell, Texas.
Quite a number of ladies are in at- Woman's Work and Sunbeam-W.
tendance. R. L. Smith, Tennessee; R. W. San-


AFTEaNOON SESSION. ders South Carolina; J. W. Stewart,
In the afternoon session, by consent, Alabama; J. S. Herndon, Maryland;
the regular order was suspended. G. R. Rogers, Texas; William Hart,
Col. D. H. Elliott stated that Walter Virginia; E. K. Branch, Louisiana.
S. Maxwell, of California, recently ap- Treasurers' Report and Finance-Z:
pointed chief of- the horticultural de- T. Cody, Kentucky; A. W. Files, Ar-
partnent of the Chicago exposition kansas; G. 8, Tumlin, Georgia; J. J.
had not yet been confirmed. He urged Porter, Florida; D. M. Ransay, Ala-
a vigorous protest and a general ex- bama; C. Y. Holland, Virginia.
pression of indignation by the mem- AFTERNOON SESSION.
bers. A strong resolution was passed The afternoon was occupied by the
unanimously and mailed. The follow- session of the American Baptist Edu-
ing message was wired: national Society, which meets at the
"The Florida Horticultural Society, same time and place with the conven-
in annual convention assembled, most tion.
earnestly and emphatically protests Dr. Duncan, of Pennsylvania, the
against the appointment of Walter S. vice-president, presided. Dr. Broadus,'
Maxwell, of California, as superintend of Kentucky, made a stirring address.
ent of the horticultural department. The Rev. F. P. Gates, of Illinois,
Protett has been forwarded by mail. read the report of the executive board.
(Signed) "DUDLBY W. ADAMS." It outlined the grand scheme of educa-
This telegram was addressed to Di- tion which the society has devised and
rector-General George R. Davis, at put in operation during the three years
Chicago, Ill. of its existence. The first idea was
Papers on grape-growing in Florida grand university. resting on colleges
Were'read by-mil Dubois, of Talla- and schools below and this has been
hassee, and Mr. Haynes, of Haynes, realized in the Chicago University.
Young and Bailey, of Orlando. They The second is to assist in recuperating
Were followed by a general discussion the New England academies. The
on grape-growing and fertilization, third is to select in the South those
New arrivalscome by every train. colleges in the centres of population
and help them.
I H Y C E CThe report showed a total increase in
THEY CASHED HIS CHECKS. the educational funds secured by the
od or s society of $3,415,000.
Bold Forser's ame Flaed on the ora, The treasurer's report showed total
Banis. receipts last year of $184,207 and funds
JACKSONVILLE, May 15.-By two for- on hand of $62,145. The Society will*
S series brought to light in Charlotte, N meet aganm o o n also
".. IC~ th Mechats Naionl Bnk f tis The Woman's" Mission Society is also
CG., the Merchants' National Bank of this session in this city, but its proceed-
in session in this city, but its proceed-
S city loses $835, and the State Bank of ings are not public.
Florida $750. e ihstr
A man calling himself T. C, Kellogg Those who take any interest in history
S came here about three weeks ago from will recall that the original inhabitants
St. Augustine, where he.had been fol- of this country, the Indians, entertained
Slowing the occupation of souvenir ar- the same violent prejudices against for
s painting sketches on sea shells, eign immigration that are becoming
bric-a-brac and, sometimes o0 canvas, somewhat rampant just now.


against there street cleqg 3 U
of this city have been both numerous
Sand loud during the last year. Yester-
day affairs reached a crisis. On Wade
street the women who reside on that
thoroughfare resolved to act.
At 8:30 a. m., Mrs. Taphorn appeared
on the curb and stepped mto the street
waving a broom. It was a signal, and
instantly, for squares, women and chil-
dren swarmed out with brooms, hoes,
and wheelbarrows. In a moment the
air was full of dust and the work was
pushed vigorously. In thirty minutes
there were piles of dirt all about and the
paving of the street began to show be-
neath the accumulations of months. In
-n hour all was ready for city carts.
The women were not satisfied with
cleaning the street, but took a hand at
the sewers also. Later in the day, the
board of aldermen appropriated $10,-
000 for special street cleaning purposes.


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Testimonials sent free. Price, 75c,
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Baltimore Orange alarret.
REPORTED BY WM. BAKER,
Fruit Commission Merchant,
1 S. Calvert St., Baltimore, Md.
BALTIMORE, April 21,1891.
Florida oranges of desirable sizes are
about out of the market. I sold tbi
week for J. A. Phillipsof Crescent Cit3y
a mixed lot of oranges at $3.50 per box.
Large, coarse fruit still drags at $2.25 to
$2.50. Cabbage is low, $1.50 to $1.75
Beans, $1.50 to $2.00; Irish Potatoes $5
to $9 per barrel;Tcmatoes 12 to 13 pe
crate.


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City of Augusta ....... Friday, Mav X9, 1P:00 am
Tallahassee ......... ..Saturday, May 30 11:30 am
Savannah to Boston.
Gate City..1 .... .........Thursday, May 7, 5:00 pm
City of Macon........ Thursday, May 14, 11:30 am
Gate City. .......... Thursday, May 21, 4:00 pm
City of Macon..... ..Thursday, May 28, 9U0 am
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Chattahoochee .........Saturday, May 2, 1:00 pr
Nacoochee:......;........... Monday. May 4, 3:00 pm
City of Birmiinghami, Wed'day May 6, 4:0 lam
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The Southbound Bonded.
SAVANNAH, May 15.-The Southbound
road has been mortagaged for $25,000,000
or $15,000 a mile. The mortgage is to
the Mercantile Trust and Deposit Com-
pany of Baltimore, and is to secure that
amount of bonds, which will be trans-
ferred to the Construction company in
payment for its work. The bonds will
bear 6 per cent. interest, payable semi.
annually at Baltimore. This action is
authorized in the company's charter.


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THE PAPERS DIFFER
over the exact words used by the em-
peror on that occasion. The accept-
ed version makes him say, after re-
ferring to opponents of his labor and
commercial policy: "One alone is
master inthis country. It is I. None
other shall I suffer near me." The
official version of this speech was
modified after days of ministerial de-
liberation on this autocratic trumpet-
ing, but the words remain and they
will abide, branded in the memory
of the nation, If Prince Bismarck
were the lea ler in the struggle
against "the right divine" and mili-
tarism, the emperor's rash utterances
would be made a strong weapon of
attack.
THE KOCH INSTITUTE.
The esteem in which the Koch
method is held was plainly expressed
during the course of to-day's debate
in the lower house of the Prussian
diet, on the vote for the Koch insti-
tute. The supporters of the vote
spoke in an apologetic manner.
Piergraf, a member of the Center
party, said it had been widely ac.
knowledge that the lymph was of
value as an aid in diagnosis, but the
chief interest ot the public lay in its
curative power as a remedy to tuber-
culosis. In this respect there had
arisen general disappointment fol-
lowing the-high hopes at first enter-
tained regarding the discovery. Not
only disappointment, but fears also
that the use of the lymph endangered
life. Despite the relative failure f
the remedy,the discovery of Kochlune
was a scientific accomplishment of
the first order, and the members
were, therefore, bound in honor to
" concur in the grant asked for.


*Daily. +Daily except Sunday. ISundayonly.
Trains leave Jacksonville at 8 30am and paatka atZ5 25 rm are daily between Jackeonvill
and Palatka.
and Palatka. INDIAN RIVER STEAMBOAT COMPANY
STEAMERS Leave Tilusville as followF: 6" am, drily except Sunday, for Melbcurfpe and
way landings. Returning, arrive 7 30.1 m, 7 am Morday, Wednesday and Friday for Ormond
and way landings, arrivinsig at Ormond 5 1i m Tuesday, thursday and Saturday lor Jupiter and
Lake Worth.
CONNECTIONS-At Jacksonville with diverging lines north, east and west. At Orange
Cit Junction for Orange City, Smyrna and Lake Helen; at Jupiter with J. & L. W, R'y for
La e Worth; at Sanford with 0. B. R'y for Oakland, Tarton Springs, Clearwater and Gulf
Coast points; and with South Florida R. R. for Winter Park, Maitland, etc; at Tami1a with
Plant Steamshmo Line for Key West, Havana and Mobile, and for Manatee River p( nti; at
Punta Gorda with steamers for Rey e e^t.HavanaPunta sassa, St. James City and Ft. Myers
Pullman Palace Buffet Sleeping Cors'n n through fast mail trains daily between New Yerk
and Tampa without change.
For information regarding rats, routes and sleeping-car accommodation. write or call
W. E. Xin ALl EN, TicletAgent, Union Depot, Palatka, Flor
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MILTON, FLA.
This is to certify that I have been
afflicted with scrofula, or blood pois
on, for a number of years. The best
physician$ of Moble and this city
said nothing could be done for me. I
also took a large quantity of--, but
found no- relief in anything that I
took. M limbs were a mass of ul,
cers, and when I was sent to a physi-
cian in in Mobile my entire body
was a maWs of sores. I had given up
all hope, and as a last resort tried P.
P. P. (Prickly Ash, Poke Root and
Potassium), and after using four bot-
ties (smai size) the sores have en-
tirely disappeared, and my general
health was never better than at the
present ti ne, and people that know
me think it a wonderful cure.
Resp'y, ELIZA TODD.
Rheumatism was so bad that Jas.
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Ash, Pole Root and Potassium) was
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exchange, Send for a copy of the
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tf E RUMLiY, Keuka, Fla.
Catarrilt originates in scrofulous
taint. Pi P. P. purifies the blood,
and thus permanently cures catarrh.


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