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FLORIDA STATE N4WS.
CULLED.FROIM:OUR EXCHANGES IN
tems of Little or no Interest, But Hap-
penings "All the Same," From laffer
ent Parts of the State Prepared by Ed-
Itors and Scissoi s.
Ormond Coast Gazette.
Strawberries still continue to. come
into market abundantly and meet with
ready sale at 12- cents per quart.
Monday and Tuesday innumerable
white and red butterflies', chiefly the
first, flew in a continuous stream north-
Lewis Walton came down from Har-
wood Monday evening to procure bar-
rels and crates for further shipments of
cabbage from that place. -.As noted
elsewhere, thle Harwood crop is especial-
ly fine. -The greater portion has found
ready sale at Atlanta, Ga.,-and has net-
ted from 21 to 2i cents per pound,
Orlando .Revorter. A'-
R. T. Way, formerly of Orlando,
where his family still resides, has been
given the agency of the F..C. and P. R.
R. at Tavares, vice Mr. Keith, resigned.
Major Sidney Herbert, the brilliant
traveling editor of the Atlanta (Gd'.)
,Journal, has purchased a valuabley or-
ange gr,)ve property from Ben. J. Tatia-
Sferro, at MaitLmand, and is making valu-
able improvements upon the same,
which he intends opc u |.. ing as his future
A little son ofJ. R. Pownes, of Ocoee,
met with a serious accident, a few days
ago. He was playin.: with a bottle
which contained gunpowder, when it
wa-: a.-,,idln(.iily ignited. .The explosion
burned the little fle.llo> wsi-iilu.ly about
I li- fa,-, and heal.
There is no collegiate class to graduate
this year at Rollini. College, Winter
Park, -consequently no. regular com-
J. 0. Lake, formerly -of this place,
latterly of Kissimmae, has discontinued
the drug business down there and is
Looking for another location. .
Blind mo auitoesd4iave made their ap-
pearance about the shore of Lake Lu-
cerne, and are 'already quite an annoy-
ance to tli'ose who have o ccaion to pa.s
that way at night. .A bonfire kindled
on the lt-h ard side of the lake for a few
nights in succession would destroy lth-se
po-ta as they are attracted to a light,
and will f flfYinto a flime heedless ot the
;_ --Mre; E. ln. D~t-wisi ,lf_.L "L-.... '^
died at the rroidence" hier daughter,
-Mrs. Grace T. Cuntingham, on Tuesday
night last, May 20th, of cancer of the
William H. Stevens, a well known law
stenographer, -of Fredonia, Chautauqua
countyy, N, Y,, was a pleasant caller at
this office Tuedday. He is looking into
the grape inl)ustry in Fl rida. Mr. Mills
took him to see the various vineyards in
this"v'icinity, und he is perfectly satisfied
as to the future success of the business,
Sand will probably enter into the industry
in the State. Mr. Stevens has landed
property at Haines City, and while the
Niagara grape has not been thoroughly
tested in. that section, of country, he sees
-no good reason why it should not do well
there; anyway he is inclihned to give it a.
trial down there. However, it is not at
all likely that ,he will confine his efforts
to the region about Haines Gity, and he
may become largely, interested in the
same industry in or near Orlando. Mr.
Stevens left yesterday, expecting to visit'
several points in this State before return-
ing.to New York, '
Tamllbasse an. .
W. H. Walker, of Wakulla, has onions
14 inches in circumference, and o)ver 5
inches thihk. *"
The -tohacco growers of Leon and
Gads en counties have organized a to-
bacco growers' association.
The supper given by t he ladies of the
Presbyterian Church, which was in
progress as we went to press last week,
was a very pleasant affair and panned
out $120.50 for the church fund.
An 800-pound boulder of solid 85 per
cent. phosphate was sent up recently to
the State chemist, Norman Robinson. It
" was taken from Mr. Robinson's own land
Son the Steinhatchee.
Bronson Times-Democrat. -
ri The many friends of Hampton Smith
will be pained to learn that his son,
John Smith, has lost his reason and had
to be confined. For, some time he has
entertained the idea that he was very
r;ch, and wanted to buy everything he
-saw. Then he conceived the notion that
he was a preacher, and finally became
dangerous and had to be locked up.
His bride of a few months, a daughter
of Isaac Munden, is greatly to be pit-
led, for the,blow is harder upon her.
It is stated that-sinice his confinement
he claims to be the murderer of John
Douglass, but of that no man can tell
except the murderer. John Smith is
a young man, and was a prosperom
farmer, and it isan awful thing when
reason is dethroned an 1 man become.
-at once more helpless thin a child, ye
as ungovernable a's a lion,
James E. Fagan, for ten years a rea
Silent of this place, will move with hi
family this week .to the Clint Georg
.old place in Marion county.. He wil
. no doubt do well here, as theaplace i
building up faft. He gold his property,
Shere to James M.'Barco.
II ~ I -I L Illsll llF- Ls~lB-l III~C~
A. S ITEIENBURGY
Wholesale and Retail Dealer In
S il er, 4< 1- d C-i -* l-/ A CA>,_' _.;_.
AH iol A work (fone ill the lleit mmaner.
Fd~ -2 D G. 8-. %% }11 -IIT -. F, l a '] ,
Merchantts flati0 al an
Of (Joa ao
S e OfO (_ ala. -'
i-TI~y ;:<)3S .~ -l) -C ?
1J --1'-ijg 'a c*r
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Patroni.e Bo.iejdustry I
oats, Bo tB.
Bow .Boat, Sail Boatss aa Canom a&t a*
ary Bsizeand deecripticn.
Price, f-orm $35.00 up, a cording
BOATS AMD STEAM LAUNCHB
Built to order.
Bordeans C1T ounty Weodworklat
Ovren Gowe 8prns Pla,
Micanopy, Fla., Thursday, i.une 4, 1891.
Ed. Lummus has sold out at Fannin
and will move to Bronson and put up
a cotton ginning establishment. The
engine was hauled last week by A. M.
Raulerson, of Judson. With two cot-
ton ginning establishments to handle
next season's crop, and the probability
of a saw-mill, Bronson will take on a
There is not a vacant residence in
SBronson that is eligible, and there
would be more people here if houses
were to be had. It would be a good
idea if some of our land owners would
build a number of comfortable cot-
tages to let at a reasonable rental, or
for sale. This would enhance the value
of their property, and a boom in real
estate would be the result. Tenants
would come, and a man had rather
pay $500 for a lot with a comfortable
house on it than to pay $50 or $75 for
the bare lot. This is an important
VolMsia County Record.
Thb party that owns an orange grove
can consider himself fortunate, for such
property is enhancing in value every
season. Bearing groves of ten acres in
this' section paid, the crop of fruit, the
last season from $3,000 to $4 500.
A very few people believe that oats
can be grown herein Vquisia county.
They ,cin not as profitably as onrel
lands or lands with clay sub-soil, but we
have seen a field of oals ia this
county thatyielded from eightit to twelve
bushels per acre, and this much is profit
to the party, who has the land, ;s it re-
quires but little work to make a crop of
this cereal. Mr. H.LA. Boley, who is
improving a grove out at Winrnemissett
Park,, presents us with a head of oats,
as fine as you see in any country. It
was grown from volunteer seed, and
shows what hammock land out thtre is
capable of producing. Fifty' acres 4 f
such oats in this icinity would practi-
cally shut out further importation of theC
foreign grown. Such can be done, and *
will be done sometime when t he people
begin to think of something else besides
oranges and its family.
New Enterpi :.
Mr.' W. C. C. Braming, formerly in
business in Enterprige, has purchased
land on the St. Lucie river and intends
embarking in pineapple culture.
"Old Reliable," Ben Marghall of."
O-teen, is authority for the news that
within a short time Mr. Darby, the big
saw mill man, will erect on the line of
the A. & W. Ry., some of the largest
mills ever Luilt in South Florida.
Two of the lin-st liowing wells in this
region are on the property of (Count ie.
lr;'--'. Tlrp,.- Tlex,,., ,rl vv.i' x-LlxMja J .LLI.&i
S- Ocala Advertisemnents.
a t t t
J. j. BARK, v ice flesadent.
JOHN W. ASHLEY, President.
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JNO F. DUNN, Prest.; TI. C. WRIGHr, V.-Pre.s; R. B. McCON'EUL .a'hi tr
Capital paid in -$100,h O
Authorized capital 250,0 0 -
Surplus 150)0 o
Accounts of Merchants. Farmers, and&"Individuals aplicited,
Has the Lo rgest Individual Deposit of V'rPBank
4 MT-1 -- A .1 C-- 1 ._-. -- -, 71.* r-t ty .^ -* .>*< ^ -~
Surplus and Undivided Profits $15,000
Does exclusively a banking busimew, with 'equal Ifacilities to any banL
In the (Wate. Solicita the accounts of Farmers, Merchantl, Corporations,
bec. ,Intrest allowed on time deposit. All busnlw itran.acted promptly
yl .r A. M. GRAAM, Oashwi.
ll.-w from his' famous spring. O.e of '811cy, DcOm e 1 9t 1, .. -
the wells was driven down 100 feet r .... ...m e
through layers of coquina rock and the /
other reached god flow of water atTR TPA Y
lfif ty, feet.
Without being verbose we could use 1 U AN
up a page of the -New Eaterprise in a
description of the yards and gardens of of O cala, F lorida.
Enterprise. Mr. Troop's place shows mone on im roved Real Estate. oney al-
marks of the intelligent care which it Loas money on impro-ved ealEs te. Money a-
receives daily. The grounds at Belilefon ways on hand. No delay or unnecessary expense.
taine seem even lovehlier than ever. The A h i O a l, $f 2 C O i CO00
yard and garden of Rev. E. L. Turquand A uthorized Capital, S 2 0 00
are pleasant to see. Th3 homeof John Paid up Capital I00,800.00
Sauls is the peer in tropical beauty of SURPLUS 16,500.00
any residence in South Florida. The
celery geed% of D. G. McLean are the Not Incorporated Utnde-r Act of 1889.
finest in Enterprise and that means the
best in Florida.and so we could continue
if space would p rmit. B
At the time when the counties of Vo- Tw '1 InAB B A N K -
iusia, Brevard and Orange as they now A
exist, were comprised in Mosquito
county with the county seat at Mellon-
ville, the court house was destroyed by
fire' and all the records lost. Anticipat-
ing such a catastrophe, County Clerk O F OA LA _A .
Fairbanks, now connected with the <- .
Florida Fruit Exchange, had made a
complete private record which he now Paidup Capital .-- ,1.0,000.00
holds. At the requestwof Mr. Fairbanks Authorized Capital $150,000.00
Messrs. A. Hamlin of DeLadand Surplus an d Undivided Profits $5,000.00
Benjamin Marshal of Osteen have been urps nd n
in the metropolis inmvestigating the mat- E. W. AGNEW, President; W. H. COUCH, Vbe-President
ter-and the result of their labors, when
made known will be of great moment to A. MCINTYR'E, Cashier,
many persons,especially residents of the
east coast of Florida. y E *i
ForidaFact3* Fully quipp ed for Every Kind of
Florida is shipping ripe peaches to I
northern markets. .
A Development Company with a cap Legitim ate Banking.
ital of $1,000,000 is in operation at Fer- .
nandina. Has the Largest Surplus, Largest Line of Deposits, and loes the larges
One man at Gainesville purebised business of any Bank in Marion Coniaty. We solicit'your lbak account and
and shipped 50,565 quarts-of strawber- all business in our line and guarantee satisfaction.
ries during the past season. '
Mr, Charles F. Harris killed a wasp :
hawk on Monday, while exploring the --...... ..... .
upper portionof Honey Creek.
SThe Senate did one good thing when Y K
it passed the bill prohibiting the burn- QO ALA NOVELTY WORK
ing of the forests in this State for ..
three years, and it would have been n-L-T G
better to have made it ten or fifteen MALLETT & C 0, .
years, in order to give such a law a -----
thorough test. There is no doubt but
What the passage of such a law will be (Successors to Yonge Bros., t Co.)
hailed with joyty-. thousands of our
Citizens who have in the past few years. MAN Ui FACTURERS1 OP
, had, not only their lauqns impover- '
i-ished, bit their property destroyed by as, n0 i l i ,.
Sthe promiscuous burning of the woods.
The Atlanta and Florida Railroad a ,
changed management on the 24th. Col. Casings, Floor
Sagewas made presidentand an entire.1 Cas ings, Floorin Ceiling, Turn g.
s new board of directors was elSeted. It SAWING OF AL KINDS A FECIALTY
0 is the intention of the new management--LL
to extendtenefrom its presentAgents for AerilIg Paits and Fil.
minuB..at Fort Valley to some point on gent, o A ri' Pisad.ih.
s the Atlantic coast, but just where does ats built t o Estatoa kind k u
y not seem to have been determined,-- mal501aind Rq .f t s.p.built.tP ordr, Pq#4 e444 of. 41 llc wa oQ f t d.
ner .nd %U E:bMa0N,
Manager, Undertaker and-Embelu
LIPRMAN BROS., Proprietors,
SflpA SAVANNAH. G
For-sale by W.W.Johnson & Co.
T. J. BWT ajIINGaN.
'l .f street. *i lad'P
SO8 A~rch Street. Phllad a. Pa.
The original and- only genuine Compound
Oxygen Treatment, that of Drs. Starkey &
Palen, is a scientific adjustment of the ele-
ments of Oxygen and Nitrogen magetized: and
the compound is so condensed, and ade port-
jable that it is sent all over the World.
It has been in use for more than twenty
Vear; thousands of patients have been treated,
and over one thousand physicians have used
and recommend it,-a very significant fact
The greqt success of our Treatm ent has given
rise to a host of imitators, unscrupulous per-
sons; some calling their preparations Com-
pound Oxygen, often appropriating our'testi-
monials and the names of our patients, to re-
commend worthless concoctions. hut any
substance made elsewhere or by others, and
.called Comoound Oxygen, is spurious.
S"'Compound Oxygen-Its Mode of ActiopenD
(Results," is the title of anew book of 200 pages
1pubUshed by Drs. Starkey & Palen, which
aivesto all inquirers' full 'information as to-
.thisre=aarkable curative agent, and a record
,af surprising cures In a wide range of chronic
Mases-nmuny of them after being abandoned.to
dieby.othr physieiens, Will be maled free
to A ny address on application.
S. STARKEY & PALEN,
1mi Arch St., Philadelphia Pa.
MlUOUtW St., a Francisco. U.tl.
(PIease mention, tis paper "
Side of Court rHoure Square-
I I 1 : LOMDA:
fTe Music House. of fllirilr,
A. B. GAMPBELL
Carry the largest ktock in South Atlantic
Violins, Banjos, Guitars, *Accordeons, Anto-
Harps, Strings, Sheet Music; small Icstiu-
ments, trimmings, and anything and
everything musical at lowest
P I A N Weber Haines Brothers,
PIAN Newby & Evans, Morris.
f\D /r\ JL M ,, C Frad &Votey Cica-.
ga a tr: V a Chi
-gO G Nottage, Vocaion.
I especially recommend the Haines Brothers
Panos and Farrand and Votey Organs 9stur-
nhing the best value of anyinstrument in the
world. The F. and V, organs can be taken to
nieces 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 monthly on Pianos and
And $5onOrgans till paid. Just think of itl
anyone can own ani instrument on such
terms. Little more than ordinary rent. 'Send.
for Free Catalogues. State what instrument
you Want and you wil ,promptly get full infor-
mation that will astonish you. I have some
big bargains In SECOND HAND PIANOS
AND OKOANS Spend one cent fora postal
card and write for valualuable information.
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(SUTQCJSS8QH ,QJB^JSC^t i SON)
0OMlA, .: .- -. -- O^ ID&
--aQMer LESA A(N]D EoS.. DPALEBS m-
01TICE FU00LV.t. MATNG00=
Al^Q Opflns, CstoU ? Q Oaseis mdl Vnur
a a3 re
Paints, Oils and Glass, Mill Supplies,
saddlery and Harness.
FURNIT U R E!
, am Headquarters for STOVES OF ALL KINDS, and Sole Agent for
the Celebrated CHARTER OAK SFOVES. I want your trade
Give me a trial and I will guarantee satisfaction.
STHIE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Of r-rna-illp Fla.
OifV G-aineOville Fla
JL J KU*V^ -V JAAIUI J J
H t Hiit Hinson's M ire Esaislm t
Carries the largest and most complete aa ortment o: furniture e and
House Furnishing Goods of any other house in Alachua county.
Burial Supplies, Wood and Metalc
Tht line is tall and complete. Undertake" departune t oen day and
lh yt TelegraIph orders will reeiveprompt attention, e.ther day or nightL
Will personally attend fuaerala in anyr part of the county.
E. BAIRD. & CO.,
HARDWARE & STOVES
House Furnishing Goods,
HARNESS and SADDLERY.
Paints, Oils and Glass. Nals, Mill
Supplies. All kinds of Tin & Sheet
IronWorks. Piping for water
*and wells promptly and sat-
ITS CAU8 S AND CURE-clenticdally
treated by n aurtistof world wide reputation
Deafness eradicated and entirely cured, of
from" z to 30 years standing, after all oth r
treatments have failed. How the difficulty is
reach d and the cause removed, fully explain-
ed in irculars, with testimonial& and affidavit
of cuies from prominent people mailed free.
R -FONTAINER 34 West 14th St., N.
]re In tSo i llul
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The Tuskawilla News.
oEFICIAL bRGAN OF ALACIITUA COTUN-
..TY FARMERS' ALLIANCE.
-. PURDY,'t Editors -& Pub.
P. A. RUHL, )
PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY.
ESTABLISHED IN 1869.
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and good things were pro- /.n Unnn r '' w. CARTER. A.J.
pared by e ladies of that section, YWOOD, WOOD, WOOD, A.. RE
who weilleserve the name of fine SH U FO R D A
cooKs. The tables were also hand- DELIVERED IN ANY PART OF HUO ATE
somely bedecKed with fragrant flow- AT THE OWST
ers ':d eyer-greens, n otTmaHTing it al ORl A T LOW T ORANGE PACKERS and BUYERS
the more beautiful, The roar of the PRICES. n
ice cream freezer-could be heard all -5tf- .G. J. HAGeOOD. AGENTS FOR-
througi'the day and much of the TAV
frozen "staff" was devoured by the W DUCAM J il0lo h Co., New York,
"Aferidinner some of the crowd be- CITY BARBER & JEWELER. Redfield Son, Philadelphia,
Af terldinner some'of the crowd be-SoJkldpha
gan strolling in the parK, and some C. P. Ttem! f Co., Baltimore.
to rovd up and down the shores of Neat Work Guaranteed.
the po"d, whilst the ardent young FORK
man takes-his best girl to some seclud- MICANOPY, -: FLORIDA. lyM*t t i
ed spot and there breathes into her Dai ly Market Quotations and Stencils,
ear that story which has been oftimes BAK RY Call on us at our Packing Hous, near the Florida Bouthern Depot.
repeated, yet its sweetness is fresher 5
today than when first uttered, caus-
ing her to blush and-and--here we 0 r. En J 1 N P.J. 1. KUSHMAN .. P..WIGINS. C. H. KLEINFELTER.
leave them fiuntil the time arrives for P. Jun SOuN, rropr.
the crossing of bats bythe RocKy
Point aa^(acoma teamsin a .-social Fresh Bread, Cakes' Pies,. &c "
game f .ball. Both teams fought Kept always on hand. FamilieslT
hard, and' at the close it was found 1l0 COMA ISSIONL MERCHANT0,
that the game stood, RoeKy Point30, furnished at reduced prices. 26 (H UA O)
Tacoma 5. After this the crowd re- Loaf Bread Tickets for $1.00 (EADQUARTRS FOR)
turned to the picnic, grounds, where F OA ABA
M)r. A. 'lesoli, captain of the RociKy Clothing Made to-Order. FL OR ID A CA B B A G E
Point aine, crowned BMiss Mamie .
Chambdrlin Queen. We all begun to J, R. & D.EnmR -.-AND- '
depart for home after this, as it was .T *
fast apt'odhing night. Thus ended Have just received a fine line of
a most delightful day that shall aver samples for pants and spring
,4" :' ,~ ,suits made to order. Pants ... .
be a .tltla' in m em ory's tablet. $ Qt j u t 1
be a i h in memory'sn tablet. $300to8.00. Suits $13.00 15 WEST FRONT STREET,, CINCINNATI, OHIO.
bT ill. i- heas sufficient reasonto to $35.00. Fit ghau'ar- -
be_ 1-i the honor'bediolvedupo tee e I I l 1. %. RAWFORD Agent,
it by thl. ood people of that section teed Merfect. oo 0. -F Agent,
who.so rolhy entertained us with our N Gaice o lK, Im ileSVlle, Florida.
ladies, a eir guests. We raise our
hats to -adies and say THE NEWS. ALL .KINDS OF ..
fully 6 Miates the courtesy and H CLRN C
thanK x from the depths of our F ESH E COULBOURN A & CO
appyhts. ..------WHOLESALE COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
being accomplished, in a clear and'
eloquent manner. I
On motion, the Alliance took a re-
ess till 2 o'clock p. m.
House called to order by the presi-
An account of $9.30, expenses of at-
ending the meeting of the Inter-
tate Railroad Commission, at Jack-
onville, was rendered by E S Gay-
ard, ordered paid.
On motion, Bro. Collins prodeeded
o exemplify the secret work of the
The following resolution was of-
ered by Bro W N Sheats:
WHEREAS, There is a vacancy in
he Railroad Commission of the
State, by the resignation of Judge
McWhorter, and the rumor is cur-
ent that a former railroad employee
s prominently spoken of, through
he press- and otherwise, as a possi-
ble appointee for the vacancy, and,
as the Farmers' Alliance furnishes
the largest proportion of the voters
of the State, as well-as suffers from
exorbitant freight rates levied by
railroad corporations, and we believe
that the relief demanded cannot be
obtained from a commission congti-
;uted of -members in life long sym-
pathy and employment of railroad
corporL'ation;,,therefore be it
RESOLVED, 1st. That we, the
Alachua County Farmers' Alliance,
in' Alliance assembled, respectfully
petition our Govenor to appoint a
farmer to fill the vacancy in the
Second. That we enter our solemn
protest against the appointment of
any man who-is or has been hereto-
fore, in the employ of any railroad
corporation, and not in sympathy
vi.th toilinu masses.
, Third. That a copy-of these reso-
lutions be seat our Governor by our
secretary forthwith. Resolution
Petition offered by Bro W D Dick-
erson as follows:
The Farmers'.Alliance, of Alachua
county, in convention, assembled,
would respectfully petition our legis-
lature, now in session, to enact some
law whereby the present system of
assessment of taxes and of classifica-
tion and varluatiobn of real estate be
so changed that something like ta
Just and equal system of valuation
of property can be arrived at And
we further favor the appointment of
three good, solid, competent citizens
of each Election District to make the
assessment on real estate, they to be
pAd for such services so much pe
diem, and valuation made by said
committee to remain in effect for the
term of three years. Adopted.
The following resolution was sub
mitted by Brother Sheats:
WHEREAS, There is an impres-
sion that the members of the Farm
ers' Alliance are losing interest in
their organization, which we deny
in fact, but we believe that the time
.has come for us to rally to ou
standard and to call attention to the
fi,; yve are Atill in existence and ar
lively adhereing to one order and its
principles; therefore be it
RESOLVED, That, on-the Fourth
day of July next, we have a grand
County Alliance barbecue, and invite
speakers for the occasion, and en
deavor to secure the attendance o
every allianceman in the county
On motion, it was left with the
president to nname the place for the
barbecue and to appoint the commit
tee of arrangement. Newnansvill
was named as the place for having
On motion, the presidentappointe(
Bros. Holdridge, Kennedy and Hil
leary committee to examine consti
tution of State Alliance and report
such changes or amendments as the;
deem necessary to the next meetijni
of the County Alliance.
Motion by Brother !-illeary tlba
the- action of the County Allianc
adopting the Gainesville Sun as th
official organ be reconsidered. Car
Moved and carried that THE TUS
KAWILLA NEWS be adopted as th
official organ of the County Alliance
The Alliance closed in regular or
der. T. K. GODnBY,
N. "RogERS. President.
SUBSCREiP.TioN RATE: One year,
$1.00; .six months, 50 cents; three
Months, 25 cents. All subscriptions
due in advance.
JOB PRINTING: Connected with
the paper is a complete and well-
appointed job printing office, and
with new type and presses and com-
petent printers, Satisfaction is as-
sured all who -may favor us with a
call. All kinds of work executed
with promptuess and Occuracy and
at reasonable price.
ADVERTISING RATES depend upon
location in the paper and will be
f urnisned upon application.
Thursday, June 4, 1891.
In assuming control of THiE NEWS,
we fully realize the importance at-
tached to such a step, and it is with
modesty intermingled with. timidity
that we step forth and launch our
bark upon the sea of journalism,
asking your kind forbearance, at the
same time expecting criticism. ,We
shall earnestly endeavor to carry out
the work so nobly begun bX our
predecessor,,at: all times declaring
for Democracy in its true light, and
ever defending the cause of the farmer
consistently, who, In our estimation
is the center uponi which the entire
universe revolves. Thanking our
patrons for past favors and solicitifng
the same in theafuture, we are,
Yours for success,
.. "- **
For the last two years, Micanopy
and vicinity has been continually im-
proving, by build ng and repairing
has been niiadei so quietly that it
was hardly noticeable, but enquiry
develops the fact. J
* '"* ** i,
At B. J. MILLS' Market.
A copy, of Ayers Newspaper An-
nual foro890. 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-
ESTABLI IS 1853. BURNED OUT IN 1867
BE-ESTABLISHED IN 1871
Vegetables and Country Produce,
CHARLES ST. BALTIMORE, MD.
Stencils furnished on application.
Citizens .R national Bac of Baltimore Mld.
The .National Bank oftWe Northern Liberties Phil, Pa.
THE Star, Hawthirn, wfich was controlled in the interest of those
uspendforawhile, has twinkled into who will be its patrons in future.
he area once more, with Master
.Iyrers Livingston at the helm. He Proceedings of Alachua County
s perhaps the youngest editor in the Farmers' Alliance.
State, but he is already' linking his GAINBSVILLE, FLA.,
Star shine brightly, and we wish him May 15, 1891.
continued. succes. Here's to your 'We herewith give the proceedings
Star. -Shake!'- of the County Alliance, which were
,,-- *. .. .. unavoidably delayed from being pub-
onwe" Points on Sweet Potato .._ d d hlfact that the
.W l, sned, owing to e fa t ha t ey
Raisijig, With the Why~s andt \y "^ .- .
aisig, With the Why s and did not reach this office until last
Wherefore's -,Left Out to---he ;-. .
Wh.reore's Left Out tob .e Tuesday, but the appearance at this
Conjectud. time, will serve the purpose of re-
MD. N-EWs: ift-t be *te of Jan- mindingour brethren of the actions oq
,&.. .^i ii^ li 111, ', -e ac res. of this body, and'eause them to rememsfp
well drained, ordinary land, which ber their duties more clearly. With
ve, ill (k-sigaate a.:?res number One, these few remarks we submit the
wo and three. On acre number one, following: .
ipply o6ne-kialf ton best potato fertil- The 4Alachua County Farmers'
zer broadcast, then with a two-horse Alliance and Industrial Union met
plow break up the whole three acres; at 10 o'clock a. m., opened in regular
sow oaion acres n-umber two and order, T. K Godby presiding. W.
three and harrow the land over till M. Blitch, W. C. Johnson and W. C.
smooth. With plow and harrow Rives were appointed committee on
keep number one clean while 'the credentials. Committee reported
)ats on the other two acres are grow- the following delegates entitled to
ng to maturity. In flte middle' of seats:
tay harvest the oats; in the middle AntiodhAlliance. J.L. Stricking,
Af June apply another halftonof T. C. Hunter, J. H. Robuck,J.M.
fertilizer on acre number one, plow Vanaandfngham.
udtiand harrowI it in; it*is now in Bloxam Alliance. T. W. Down-
ine fix for potatoes (Iish). On the ing, ,W. C. Summers, W. C. Rives,
)ats siubble of acre number three F. D. Vaughn.
ow- broadcast a ton of best potato Campville Alliance. B. P. Bou-
rertilizer and mark off rows for po- lour.
tatoes from three to four feet wide.' Cleveland Alliance. J. W. Wright,
Now, we will put the oats patch in E. Redie.
what is called apple-pie order, with Evergreen Alliance. H L Riviere,
Crust at the bottomof the potato J M Htendry, J A Lipsey, J G Wat-
rows as well as at the top, with the son.
ood, things betwixt aid between. Gainesville Alliance. I E Web-
With a hoe chop or shave the oats, ster, W N Sheats.
stubbli', at the same time drawing Gordon Alliance. G W Snider,
it with a thin skin of the surface E R Long.
dirf to the marks thereon, forming Hawthorn Alliance. D C McTn-
small ridges. Now take a turn plow tosh, J R Shaw, W C Johnson, N
and bed the land upon the marks and Towusend, W H H Holdridge,
ridges, following with a'hoe to-draw Lochloosa-Alliance. J R Tomp-
dirt upon the list or ridges wherever kins, W J Crosby, S P Hayman, H J
the plow failed to completely hide Smith, H Castles.
them. ,Newnansville Alliance. J B Dell,,
On acre number one draw up the T H Cato. ,
dirt iktti-lbpe making beds the same Prospect Alliance. W M Blitch,
size a* those of-the oats pA!the plant J R Stephens, W W Pope, J J Raulsk
and oldfivate the whole p', Mly, WWtudlor Alliance R Wixon, C A
alike; dig the potatoes the middle of T-homas,'W Bates. ,
November, note the result of each Waldo Alliance. W M Gillett, G
acre and it will be found that acre H Ambrose, TI V Nosgky, M B Pir-
number one has more vines than ker.
both the- other acres and that acre Rochelle Alhliance. Layman Hale,
number two has more potatoes than -0 Thigpen.
number one and number three has Micanopy Alliance. B W Powell,
more potatoes than numbers one and DE Thompson, J J Barr.
two put together. Moved by W H H Holdridge that
Experience: To maph down. and report be referred back to committee,
strighten out the vines.of vegetables with instructions to strike off dele-
by running a harrow on top the rows, gates representing 'female members
then with plow and hoe bed upon who do not pay dues, substituted by
them will mak" more potatoes than G H Ambrose that the committee be
they would if the rows were ploughed instructed to admit delegates repre-
down, though the former is not so seating females who did not pay
easily done, dues; substitute adopted. Minutes
Take a turn plow and bar off close- of last meeting read and approved.
ly Early corn, gather the corn, out Bro.Sheats gave notice that he would
-down the stalks, place them in the offer the following resolution in the
furrows beside the stubble ridge, afternoon: Resolutfon calling for a
wrap them up with'plow and make report of the commissioners from
potato beds on the codrn stubble ridge Alachua county to the Farmers' Al-
iaking more potatoes than would lance Exposition. Resolution ask-
te if the 'old corn rows were reversed, ing the representatives in the legis-
it is a very well known fact that lature to break the dead-lock and to
ah Irish potato shows that it is a po- support a man for U. S. senator, who
tato before it gets as large as a pea, was an advocate of Alliance princi-
and it is also "kpown that a sweet ples. Resolution asking Govenor
potato at that size is nothing more Fleming to appoint a railroad corn-
norless- than a root, and *ill haveto mission who are in sympathy with
be considerably enlarged before it the farmers.'
could be properly a potato. How to On Motion, Bro. Collins, State
assist nature in bringing about this Lecturer, was invited to address
enlargement should therefore be the the Alliance. Brother Collins then
study of every man that plantsthem^ spoke about one hour, giving the ob-
Oxs. "eets of the Alliance and whatwas
SPRING AND SUMMER OF 1891.
SWe respectfully call your special attention'to our DRESS GOODS, of
the finest texture, shades and variety, the latest of which is the black em-
broidered, Lawn Dresses, also white, of exquisite paterns and at ROCK-
BOTTOM PRICES. To describe the quantities and different qualities of
our styles dress goods would- be impossible, and we invite you to call
around to our store and we will be pleased toow you our new assortment
of goods. Our lovely. *-
MILLINERY. DEPAR TMENT :
Is in full trim, with an endless variety of Fleowers, Wreaths and Ribbons.
Our expert trimmer will trim you the head-gear artistically4ree of
charge -,nd guarantee satisfaction.
RIM: ,- I-"le fortunllhav,-hen madeam
work tfor um 'by Alia litge, .Austin,
r 'i'('xag, and ,n.Bonn), T,,o!cdo, Ohio.
/.,See cut. Others nre dying!nsiwcll. \Vhy
lot you? Some ear overr5(J.VU a
nJ ooth. You can do the work and livec
< '.",,2 at hom e, wlerev r you are. Even be-
y.*^y 1 p g nnnacrsre .telv earning from $5 t
'*a C^ -jM~gr adafvn. AI age*S. We hew you howv
'^^ ^-^ j~iSHM tend S^' Mr: y011. Can wvork in pan.r -ime
" or alIlIthew tirne. Big In,n,3yfor -work-
-- 7""ers. FA.iln.r unknow,,n nn.ong th .
aue NEWe.. x aEd w frie.. } H ree
,|i:;le~,.5'qo..i~oSSO lPortin it(, V ai-t
We have recently added to our stock Miles' best hand made ladies' shoes of
best quality, also in Mens' Misses' and Boys' shoes we claim to le Head-
quarters. Our general line of goods is complete, uith Groceries according,
all of which will be sold to you- FOR THE LQWEST POSSIBLE
CASH PRICE. Yours very respectfully,
;OOO.00 a year is being made by John I.
Goodwiiitroy,N.Y.,nt work for us. leaders
i you way nt nltake as muc-tbut we can
Ste-ach youqui.-klty how to ram from $5,to
Q,.o10 a qtlay at the start, and more as yon go
0 o1. Bmnt'h tcics,ll B^C In ny part of
gg'aArnmricao, Yu can commence at liome, giv-
ing all your time,nr spare inoment oullyto
S the work. All is Hew. Great pay SUL K fo;
Severe worker. We .start yon, furnalhng
everything. EASILY, SPEEDILY learned.
I1ARIItULARS FREE. Address atone
_A TLSOxNS wa., 11OTIAM)D, MAI4NH
Sewing, or Cutting aqd
In the LATEST and MOST IM-
Satisfaction guaranteed. Give her
a call, or send your orders.
Bowling Alley now open day
ORDERS FROM OUTSIDE TIE CITY
PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
E. M. Hacker, Proprietor
TmE LAnGEST ANDH O" COMPLETE W ITAB-
Geo S Hacker &Son
Milteer, Roberts & Co.,
A GALA DAY.
Taconia Shows Her Hospitality
in a Royal Manner.
':-Oh, but it was grand,-" was the
exclamationn of everyone who at7-
tended the picnic at Tacoma last
raLturday. Indeed it was an enjoy-
able, affair, and we feol unable to do
the occasion justice, but here goes
for a trial. The time having been
mentioned we Will endeavor to draw
a pictureot the place. On the east
side of George's Pond, in the Tacoma
section, is a high and picturesque
bluff, completely covered by a forest
of trees, among which the tall and
beautiful magnolia, with its large
and snow-white blossom, and the
stately oak hold- sweet communion
over what is called Chamberlin's
: 'EArly In the morning the gay pic-
4nicersfromin all parts began to assem-
ble and soon ,the grounds were cov-
ered with one great mass of happy
souls both old and young. The pro-
gram of the day was splendid and
was opened by recitations by Mrs.
Pugsley's class, which were fine and
well suited the occasion. After this
Mr. Wm. Burch, in a loud, but wel-
come voice, announced dinner. -The
committee on" refreshments then
begun preparing the table and in a
Sfew moments presented a feast fit
for the gods, and the table, one hun-
dred feet long and four feet wide,
fairly groaned, so to speak, under
the burden ot delicacies spread there-
on, consisting of, chicken, beef,
bread, cake, pie, etc., with lemonade,
milk-shake, etc., to "wash it down,"
181 Reade St. New YorK.
G' Geo. W. Avery, Agent,
DOQRS SASH &. BLINDS
MOULDING B GILDING MATERIALS
1665. -0- ESTABLISHED -O- 1865.
100 PARK PLACE, NEW YORK,
Fruits and Vegetables
A *'. ;
Returns made day of sale. Con-
signments solicited and Stencils fur-
nished by '
S. D. EMERSON,
GTCN ST., EW YORK,
l^i,"t %f d
la it e tcom-
bined the on-
'lU.Y ~ .1Iate.
al *kill. the
all known ad.
make. a sew-
Judge G. W. 1k
F. G. Sampsor
C. H. Register
R. Clark, Corn?
J. H. Bird, )
eans, Evinston, Fla.
acedon, N. Y.
Bank, New York.
wall-on-Hudson, N .Y.
tt'y Bradstreet Com.
'ONE OF THE PROJECTORS OF
THE NEW ROAD SPEAKS. d
THIS IS NO FAIRY STORY, ,
BUT SOLID FACTS.
The Railroad is Sure to be Built o
and this Section is Bound to
Come to the Fronit. ,
It would appear to the casual ob-
server that Micanopy may with par-
donable pride look forward to the
prosecution and early completion of
the G. R. P. & M. Railroad, now that
the survey, permanent location and
right-of-way have been made and
secured, with the further assurance
from the civil engineer (by the way,
who is one of the most competent
in the State) that the line is one of
the most feasible, aswell as one that
can be as cheaply built, as any road
he has ever surveyed; and itis grati-
fying to realize that the people are
aroused'to the importance of this en-
terprise, as is evide&ced by the fact
that the first six citizens approached
qn the subject of subscribing money
to assist in building the road planked
down their names for Five Tliuona nd
Three Hundred Dollars. "We are
also glad to learn that Gainesville,
mantiests a desire and williughiess
to clasp hands across Alachua Lake
with Micanopy, in the Way of solid
contributions to aid in the perfection
of this greatly needed outlet. Be it
known that the projectors of this
road ask not a single cent as a
Gift, but propose and will return
every dollar subscribed in the trans-
Sportation ot freights over this line.
This isexelusiVely a home enterprise,
to be paid for by home capital and
GAND ALEE L KINDS FRUIT
AND ALL KINDS OF
0: S. COOPER,
A specialty. Satisfaction guaran-
teed. dWaion and carriage repair
neatly done. 14Tl
Marble and Stone
anud Head Stones a Specialty
J. M. QUARTERMAN, AGENT,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Sole Agent for Duff y's Malt and
THE FINEST BILLIARD PAR-
LOR AND BOWLING ALLEY
THR? OLD RELIABLE
Micanopy Drug Store.
. COOPER MATH ERM,
Drugs, Medicues, Chemical
Paints, Oils, Toilet Articles, Confec-
(ions d all other articles usually
.he a first class DiON g Store.,
PRESCRIPTION'; A SPECIAL
THE VERDICT IS RENDERED THAI
I. HEYMAN'S STORE
Is the place where all the Latest Styles and Novelties can be found,
Suitable for the
EVINSTON, -. FLORIDA,
desires to inform the ladies
that she is prepared to do
-~ ~~~~b cor -1- n>enid at our MWlaeefmt at
MON R EY=V*pl "aioini. *y-'-.*
S|wn localitiewhTer they ir.A
one can do the work. Easy tol e.
We f";ririnh everytbing. We76 YU N tk ~n- *"
your spare rom en r or *l -our ti re to th w o rK. **1r
entirely new led~ind brinlg wttderfnl| eBuceo- t erw"yw-r.
Begrinnera r ewine frogn $ $6to $6 p0r we .nd upwedt
and more ater a little experience. W c:n fu:n=7h ou the "n-
ploymet and teach you FRXEl. No spce toe ex F
information FLE-. rjmUj- O.. Al& A&
ROBERT :-: BARNES,
Wthole..;ale and Retail
SASH, DOORS, BLINDS, PAINTS,
OILS, WALL PAPER.
A FULL LINE OF PAINTERS'
SUPPLIES AND BUILD-
Agent for the Celebrated Averill
SOrders promptly attended toanid'
E. T. HENDERSON,
CONTRACTOR & BUILDER,
AND DEALER IN
Laths! Sash, Doors,
Blinds, Etc., Efc.,
Satisfactiont guaranteed and cor-
W. P SHETTLEWORTH
M. F. PECK,
PRODUCE IN0, MERCHANT,
-AN ,DEALER iN-
FLA. 'i FRUITS
S. H & ,1 H. FROST,
S. E. CORNER PRBONT AND
Advances made on Bifs of Ladng
Snipping Orders and Consign-
Promptly Attended to.
FOR STENCILS APPLY TO
Carter & Owen,
ASK FOR IT!
all or use.
SLDRaDOS MFP. O.
ltwey ra Wholesale Cata 61i00, o an
098 Walsnh jAre-C.. hicagfo.
9 Rrqri .trfrt, : 1, 4 I<>rS.
r AS AthsahambellAAR. ? MA** 1 m
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...... uskawiila News o.s olpoorp::OUR ',lei":""~''m
Th. o P Lkins, the photographer, herewith suspend the program com-
1110 IU;raW.lia Nw s-. to finishi work on hand, will re- plete and leave it for you to judge the
main until the 15th of June. Those rest, while we say, well done, little
Official Notice. desiring work done must send their $2 AND $3 SHOES folks.
The nost-office will be open from 9 orders in this week. tf PROGRAM.
to 10 o'clock a. m., every Sunday, for received a peasant all fromMr have taKen the lead over everything. Song by Choir, "Open the Door for
the aeconkiod4..tion of the public., e re peasant cairomMr They have become very popular, and the Children ;" "Call to Praise God,"
-..ARNOW, P. M. J. W. Widemabn,Tuesday. He claimsrVdy
M. C. ANowP..are growing more so eyery day. by the School; Song, 'Praise Ye the
to have eaten the first watermelon They are Lord," by the school;,Prayer by the
L ,of the season, but as Mr. J. J. Barr Pastor, Rev. J. P. Hilburn; Song,
LOCAL HAPPENINGS. ate one on the same day it is hard LIGHT, STYLISH, DURABLE, "There's a Friend for Little Chil-
Sto tell who did eat the firs and it WELL MADE. dren," by Misses Estell Mathers and
If Allie LaDell; Responsive Reading;
If you want a good milchcow call now lies between them. Come and see them before buying Song by Choir, "Lead the Children;"
R ecoa t o n Ad F r e e t h e m' b yr b u yb l e
on Stokes & Johnson. In this issue appears the new ad. elsewhere. Recitation, "A Free Reat," by Bobbie
Would some one be kind enough of Mr. J. D. Reeves, of Orange Lake, DON'T FORGET Song by Choir, "Sweet Bye and
to pass the refrigerator around? who we can safely recommend to you Bye;" Brief remarks by Pastor; Song
ao as a first-class workman in his line. that we have also a full line of fine by Class, "Jesus Bids us Shine,"
Mason's -Improved Fruit Jars for SHOES at moderate pices Recitation by Cliton Barr, "The
sale at S.H. BENJAMIN &-O. When you need any kind of carpenter O at moderate pes Ways;" "I Did My Best." by
work, brick laying, plastering, or any H. T. VATTERLIN, "Miss Susie Smith; Song by Class, "I'
., .work, brick laying, plastering, or any GainesvillePlakan TaH^ mpa. m Jsus Litle amb'1 Rcittio
We acknowledge an invitation to thing in that line, call on or address Gainesville, Palatka and Tampa. Am Jesus' Little Lamb" Recitation
the- Fireman's Touramament July him and you will get good work. by Miss Katie Mathers; Song by the
4th, to be held in Ocala. This issue contains the proceed- Choir, "Little Ones;" Recitation,
"What Shall we Off er?" by -Miss Fan-
Rheumatism was so bad that wings of Alachua County Alliance, "What Shall we Offer?" by Miss Fan-
The same steady tread of progress James Irvin, of Savannah, could n e Shuford; Collection by four little
is heard through this section and hardly walk from pain in his shoul- which we gladly give place to, being girls, Misses Susie Smith. Fannie
improvements still Bgo on. der and joints of his legs. P. P. P. ever ready to champion the cause of and little Lollie Shuford and Katie
improvements s o Prickly Ash, (Poke Root and Potas- the farmer. It will be seen by these Mathers; Remarks by Dr. Mathers;
v w h~l)-Vtts eesrte to nd rwi isPsalm by school in concert; Song by
Ice cold Soda Water at W. sium)sreesorted to and Irwin s proceedings that July- 4th, has been School, "Draw Me Nearer;" Bene-
I well ani happy.Scol rwM Neer Be-
Johnson & Co.'s, drug store. 8 set apart for a big Alliance barbecue, diction by Pastor
Dr. G. L. Sipprell, the dentist, ar- We would suggest to the people of Let everybody remember this and ------
Mrcanopy that now is a good time olprepasre themselves accordingly. It Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
rived intlecity Monday, ant d will to begin preparations fop the fix will also be seen that THE NEWS has nge
remain until t ne 16th. I you want up of the town, by getting away with been endorsed s the E official Nr T The best Sralve in the world for
dental work, call at once.. trsh etc., around the streets and "enuosa~h f Ica ogaP, Cus Brulses, Sores, Ulcers, Salt
trash, etc., around the streets and which fact we receive with gratitude Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped
We are pleased to state that Mis. dooryards. Remember one ,thing, and shall strive to show our appreci- Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all
Lillian Barr, after quite a sevotr ill- the cleaner you keep your town the nation by advancing their cause to the Skin Eruptions, anad positively cures
ness is again able to be out an46 we more attractive it will appear to best of our ability Piles, or no pay requi.ed. Itis uar-
hope she may continue the visitor. anteed to give perfect satisfaction,
S If every property owner in Mic- or money refunded.' Price 25 cents
SIn order to get the lowest ctash Fruit Jars, "world without end*' anopy woelt take the same care of per box. For sale by W. W. Johnson
prices for tomato wraps call on Finest, Freshest and Fattest Mack. anopy wya h a e te same care of & Co.
(22tf) CHITTY & Joakims. Ageel; the most extravagant and end -thtryae rds as does Mrs. B. W. Fon- m- **
,less varieties of Fancy and French tane, Micanopy would be the most Micanopy Alliance.
Rev. J. P. Hilburnf Afllte&h pulpit Candies, at Stringfellow Btft, beeUtital' town in the State. Mrs.
on an extra appointment. SundA aineeville- Fontane works incessantly to make Saturday, June 6th, will be tihe
night, it being the 5th Sunday, and Mr. W. M. Avent having. had his her plaeclodk well, and she has to- Sub Alliance. All members and
preached an excellent-ermon. .. house painted is now having.ttlthed day onelFthe loveliest flower gar- candidates for membership are re-
Dr. L: Montgoniery has built-quite and plasterd.and soon he wUL *aTe eniswe have ever seen. We should quested to be present. Business of
an addition to his already large one of the nieest_ house 16- town. all be particular about ourplacesand, importance will come before the
Lttego; ok gonaioemeetig
packing house, in the shape of a new t the god work: go on ere hen a stranger comes in, most as- P. .RUHLi B. W. POWELL,
gMbuilding for the storage of ertler -nopy can outMe all her suredly he will be more than apt to Secretari President.
n r t s sister towns. Messr. G. W. ihutmford stophere should he be looking for ** -
ToxATO WRAPS-1000 reams tomato and Thos. Johnston are dolng: the a location. The appearance of a town A Wonder Worker.
wraps for sale at wood work,,whiehits a guaranteeof a is a great advertisement Mr, Frank Huffman, a young an
(22 tf) S. 11. BENJAMIIN & CO. Mrlo avrsmer Frank Huffman, a young man
goo Herman Murry, the negro desper- of Burlington, O, states that he has
In,this paper will be found a corn-- Parties having wagon and teams ado who shot and killed the deputy been under the care of two prominent
iunicato rom "Ox," on sweet po- or wagon and harness without teams physicians, and used their treatment
unictato culture which is good, and by can get contracts for hauling Marshal in Fernadina not long since until he could not getaround. They
: .:_atocutur, hic i godand by can get contracts for hauling
S-ato cross-ties by applying to (21tf() turned upin Starke Sunday and kill- pronounced his case to be consump-
reading it you may learn something. W. P. COUPEB, ed two men. From there he went to tion and incurable., .He was per-
With this issue Mr. D. J. Thomp- Williston Fla. Waldo and killed two more men. suadedrto try DrKnu g New disco
sbn severs his conrinection With THE "Bro Reben got de coon and gone Such are the reports that have been coughs and at that time was not able
NEws, and altl business will hereat- on," but I. Heyman has got the goods received here. Monday he was heard to walk across the street without rest-
ter be done by us, unless otlferwise in hisstore,suchasdry-goodsofievery of in Ocala, to which place a posse of ing. He found, before e h had used
ordered. description, millinery goods, boots, men started in hot pursuit. 'the re- hbeittfer adIlar bottlnue, thathe waset
shoe,'Afd gocereswhic h'much better; he continued to use it
Look Gut for the finest assortment es d groceries, which he is sel- port comes to us now that Murry was and is today enjoying good health.
of sh oes it thef loriest 11rice ever of- ling pt prices that are astonishingly captured in Ocala Monday- night. If you have any Throat, Lung or
of shoe Ches 'Trubl trys i4ee Saisacio
feredin-Micanopy. Ve are-offering low., You can always find what you Wo hope the strong arm of law will Chest Trouble try it Satisfaction
i lades shIoTj JON. want there, and find obliging people be stretched forth aind show this Wu areeos ad bo.b drgse at o,
2tf) to wait on you. Don't forget to give seeKer after human blood that mur- .
'We are forced to ask our ..eaders them a c all. der cannot be committed with im- I'ERSONAL,
Sto pardon the scarcity of local news Terrible blood poison, body punity.
in this issue.' We have our space ered with sores, and two bottles of Laat week we were shown two Capt. John Miller was in town last
pretty well'taken up with other mat- P. P. P. (Prickly Ash, Poke Root and s Friday.
ter hover Potassium) cured the disease, mak- pieces of wood work, that beat any
ter however. ing the patient lively ag a ten-year- thing we have seen in many a day.. Mr. Fayette Miller, of Evinston,
The floridal, displays at the M. E. 1h0. They were an inkstand, made inside was in town Sunday.
SSunday school, in consequencee of A big cattle deal was consumated of a barrel, and a potato masher. i p, f Bodmn,
-fr. Dick Dupuy, of Boardmni.
IQhildrenis Day," was beautiful and by Messrs Hickson Johnson and The inkstand was of red cedar and Moda
reflected great credit upon the hands Henry Stokes, who purchased the en- oak, and was so perfectly put to- .
that preparedthem. : tire "J. S." brand of cattle consisting gether that you could not see the Mr. J. W. Carter left Tuesday for a
.Use Strtn fellow iBros.f-ud'e "se-'tf-.0 head from J. Sparkmnan, oef joints. While the potato inasher business trip to Tallahassee;
Butteriniat'25 cents per pound. It Waldo. As they drove through the was made from oak representing mar- Mr. G W Chamber of Tacoma
a has,ohequtl. streets one day last week, Micanopy ble. You could not teli, only upon was in the cit Saturday last
Every town m Florida seem to be .very much resembled an old time the closest examination, but what it was in the city Satu y last.
masking preparations for July 4th. range. John Merry says they had was a marble masher. These articles Mr. WV, C. mith, ofTaconima, made
Is Micanopy going to 'stand back a picnic changing the brand on ,were shown us by Mrs. DeYampert us a pleasant call Monday last.
,,on that day? We say no! Let her these cattle. and were the work of her brother Mrs. C. C. Waits, bf Orange Lake
come -to the frount and have a rous- 'J. W. Line, Esq, representing the who has charge of the wood-work de- was in th city one day last week.
ing time. popular Music House 'of A. B. Apartment ofthe Charleston College.
Campbell, of Jacksonville, will be We, without deliberation, pronounce Mrs. W. W. Bailey, is visiting
Get a "Kake" of Colgates' Lace in town wo-dav and will remain him a fine workman. friends at Orange Lake, this week.
Soap and prepared- Boston Codfish, just one week. Parties desiring -- ASmt, o E i
at stringfellow Bros., Gainesville. instruments of any kind will do well Children's Dsay. was in the ty o ne day last week.
*- to call on Mr. Lane while here as ilrens ay was in the city one day last week.
SA few days ago while at the house his house bears the reputation of s c V .
of a friend we were treated to a feast dealing in "nothing but first-class A more beautiful scene could not Dr. W. C. Johnson made several
bf deliciouspeen-to peaches from the goods and these are sold at the very have been witnessed than was pre- trips to the city of Gainsville last
or ofapt. Jo Miller ne lowest prices and easiest terms. 21tf sented on last Sunday at the Meth- week.
orchard of Capt. John Miller, near 1 i ii -
Evinston, for which both parties have Died, at Gainesville, Thursday, odist Sunday school. Itwas "Chi- Miss Georgia Sistrunk, of Flem-
-our thanks. May 28th, of typhoid fever, Miss dren's Day," and the little folks, ington is visiting Miss Mamie Bouk-
Mary Arnow, daughter of Capt. always interesting, seemed more so niht.
Catarrh originates in scrofulas Geo. Arnow. Miss Mary had many than ever on this particular occasion .
taint. P. P. P. purifies the blood, warm friends here who feel deeply as they sat in their places, their lit- Mrs. W. C. Johnson, returned Sun-
and thus permanently cures Catarrh.97ft a
a grieved at her loss, as she was a tle laces all aglow with expectancy. ay from a visit to relatives in Haw-
Bprn, to Mr.and Mrs.D.E.Thomp- good christian young lady. THE The altar in the church was beauti- thorn.
son, on Thursday night last, a fine Naws with the entire community fully decorated with fragrant flowers Miss Mary McCredie, left for a
boy baby. Mother and child are do- exetnds sympathy to the bereaved and everything seemed in sweet ac- few day's visit to Gainsville Mon-
ing well. Mr. Thompson says that relatives. Her remains were in- cord with the occasion, while the day morning.
that boy is just waiting for a ehance terred lI-the Micanopy cemetery, music by the choir was splendid. To ttie isn t n
to *lick" Will Carter now. m.ne fi r o o n & say the little ones did well would be Miss Hattie Hiokson of Orange
Th cewArm ofJoh.pson&Mich- putting it mild, for taking into con- Lake, was in the city last week visit-
16 oss..condensed milk for 10 ents eilf hadng just received a new line sideration the sort time consumedng friends.
an 1l. hoc VstS~y at3sat fsnl t^^rait, canned goods cigars deato th shr tim cosue j ^
for 1) een. At8thglo w liostsh, tobaccdoe, areuoit, ahn e frgo -s liarsi practice, they did finely and re- Mrs. J. L. Feaster, and her sister
Gaindeville. Setrletediow. andtobaeeoarenow inshapefordo- fet great credit upon Mrs. Ella in-law,- Miss Lella Feaster, were in
Miss Ca.rrie Johnonn bushte if buiness and invite y to call Hlbern, who is deserving of much the city last Thursday.
our friend L. H. JohBnso iwtho h n see always in t stock Tooy praie for the 'terest she has shown, Miss Ollie Veronee, o/Charleston,
our rien L Jo~m(l~to hmals hav alwys n 'sock ood.. .. h _,t l,. ..,. i
s-ue we way with an sincerity-that S. C., arrived in the city Sunday and
been attending-the "*At, Bl'_dd& bread, pies, cakes. etc., with moda s 1hi Sunday school is fortunate In
Seminary, at Gainsville, for thb js water, cider, etc., to wash 'ea dowa.hlB- Is o s rtunate p the guest of Mrs.,Dr. Johnson.
year, can" home lst week to spe'd Gve them a call; you can smile when forbids further comment, and we Mrs. L. H. Johnson, children and
vacation with her parents. you see how cheap their goods are.
New and Second Hand Wagons The Lone Star Dining Room,
and Buggies for sale at r' ainesle, la., recently o Member of the- -Member of the
shop. .opposite Endel Bros., proves tell a MERCANTILE ExcHAoE, NEW YORK. PnODUCE EXCHANGO, PHILA.
Two communications weresent in great convenience to the visitors to
on the Tacoma picnic, but as we had that city. Besides frnisbing the
, one written and had it in tfpe, we very best table in the city, Mr. Cul-
were obliged to leave both of them verhouse has an excellent line of
out, but don't let this bother you, fine Whiskeys. Beer, etc., separate, ,
gentlemen, but gives more matter, but convenient to the Lone Star
Give us a few dots about your farm, Dining Room. When you are in the
prospects, etc. city give him a eall. .(lstf) W I AL
Abbot's East India Corn Paint We cannot say too much in praise
removes quickly all corns, bunions of the council for the good judgment
and warts without pain. they are showing in putting down
Last issue we accidentally made a those rock sidewalks." They will be
mistake and said Benjamin & Co. a -great help to the pedestrian. Only
had 100 reams of tomato wraps when one fault we see with the one from COMMISSION M RCHANT
it should'have been.1000. We cheer- Benjamin & Co.'s to the Edward's
fully correct the mistake and say you corner, and that, is it '.needs to be
can get 106barjains in various ways "pounded a great deal more. It
if you just try them. makes a very disagreeable walk with
so many large stones on it. Look in-
We invite the ladies of Micanop to this, gentlemen, and let's have
and vicinity to our mammoth toOKntlemen. a d l t Tve
Grocery store for everything first- them in good order soon. R K
clasin our liue. StringelIow Bros'. It is very displeasing for us to an- N T.
nounce the departure of Mr, J. M.
The6stranger or any one else, for Nimmo for Gainesville a few days
that matter, cannot refrain from ago. Mr. P. F. Wilson, the popular
noticing the beauty and fragrance seedsman and dealer in agricultur- *
of the lovely flowers that are placed "al implements, who has been run- '
on the altars of the churches in our ning a branch house here under the REFERENCES:
eity eva Sinday. The hands that managementof Mr. Nimmo, having First Natinal BanK, Gainesville, Irvig National nk New York.
prepare them deserve great credit, decided to close same, has Mr. N.
Sas they are beautiful, and speak well with him in his main store. We are .
SS0lo,44da wintter climate. -Many sorry to see this business stop, as
such flowers would bring large prices Mr. Wilson, by honest, square deal-
1p .he .t-erth through the winter sea- Ing has gained a host of friends, who "
s'el* while here they ai Cfu.ated will follow him with their trade to
j tac^t^a. Mri8uie.. CARTER & OWEN, AG'TS. Micarnbpvy. ,
-*, > .' A ,
OF SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS..
OUR STYLES ARE THE NEW- OUR MILLINER.Y DEPARVT-
Is now complete. Ladis desiring a
It has been acknowledged that 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 GOODS, n
Hamburg and Swiss Embroidery. Our shoe department iS now corn-
Our Satines. which we offer at 10c, plete, with a full line of Ladiesr9
are a bargain, and, of course, you Gents and Childen1' Low QUarter
will wonder how we do it. Shoes and Blippers.
CLOTHING AND HATS
BUT WE MUST ALWAYS TAKE' ild A
For Gents Boys and children. A
THE LEAD. complete stock of
That is why this splendid bargain H RDWARiE,
is offered. All over Embroderies GROCERIEH ,
and full line of laces, parasols, gloves FURNITURE,
fans and corsets. MATTING, &e., &c.
Miss Carrie Pringle, left Wednesday
morning fora few week's visit to
Mr. W. R. -BaKer, who has been
rusticating in our midst for a month
.or more, departed for Birmingham,
Ala., last Friday.
Mr. E. A. Hickson, of Lake City,
cousin to Mr. L. H. Johnson, arrived
in this city Saturday, and will spend
several days among us.
Miss Mattie Boyles, of Charleston,
S. C., who has been visiting Mrs. Dr.
Johnson, is spending a short time in
Hawthorn visiting friends.
Miss Saddler, of Gainsville who
has been spending the past week
visiting Misses Addle and Mary Me-
Credle, left for her home Monday
Miss Carrie Pringle, of old N. C.,
who has been attending the East
Florida Seminary, at Gainsvllle,
ai rived in the city last week and is
the guest of Miss CarrieJohnson.
Electric Bitters. :-
This remedy is becoming so'well-
known and so popular as to need no
special mention, All who have. used
Electric Bitters sing the same song of
praise,-A purer medicine does not
exist and it is guaranteed to do all
that is claimed, Electric Bitters will
cure all diseases of the liver or kid-
neys ,will remove Pimples, Boils,
Salt Rheum and other affections
caused by impure blood.-Will drive
Malaria from the system and prevent
as well as cure all Malarial fevers.-
For cure of Headache, Constipation
and indigestion try Electric Bitters-
Entire satisfaction guaranteed, or
money refunded.-Price 50 cents and
$1 per bottle at W. W. JoHNsoN
POPULAR"- DRUG STORE
You will find a Complete Stock of
For the next Thirty Daykl I will sell, regardless of cost, my entire stock
Call and examine our gooods and get prices.
Crosby, Patton & Co.'s Old Stand, ,
The public can always find me pre-
pared to fill their wants in
Always ready. Also furniah teams
or do hauling on shortest notice.
G. F. FINGER, PaoP.
An old physician retired from prao-
tice, having had placed in his hands
by an East India misionary the for-
mula of a simple vegetable remedy
for the speedy and permanent enr
of Consumption Breehitis, Catarrh,
Asthma and all throat and Lun
Affections, also a positive and rulle-
cal cure for Nervous DebUlly A all
Nervous Complaints, after ha]ig
tested its wonderful curative powean
in thousands of eases, has felt It hib
duty to make it known to his stores
ing fellows. Actuate by th"
motive and a desire to 0lvehum=a
sunering, I will send f' of char
to all who desire it, this relpe,]n
German, French qr English, with
full directions for preparing and
using. Sent by mail by addressing
with stamps, naming this paper,
W.A. Noyes, 820' Powers' Block
Rochester, N. Y,
r'"0 fW W eels *
N o Mmu m m for *M *) : n | *" t k J L K l f rt
k ar4 ldmi but -- e a.tB
baya aImrdy gta mb l IW l L
idt ,r .-N. o ao .Ia.b "W uM m e '
and N6lAMl I. Ian rtlrjEj*
ad 9 PH tase s **
This is to certify that I hhiv, been
afflicted with scrofula, or blood poi-
son, for a number of years. *. e best
physicians of Mobile and this' city
said nothing could be done for me.
1 also took a large quantity of -, hut
found no relief in anything that I
took. My limbs were a mass of
ulcers, and when I was sent to phy-
sician in Mobile my entire body was
a mass Of sores. I had given up all
hope, and as a last resort tried P. P.
P. (Prickly Ash, Poke Root and po-
tassium) and|after using four bottles
malll 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 wonderJul (ure.
H. BENJAMIN & CO.'S.
G RAND OPENIn(
The Public is invited to inspect our
GOODS, STYLES AND PRICES!
The Most varied and extensive
stock ever exhibited in Micanopy!
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,.
S. H. BENJAMIN
NEW STORE! NEW GOODS!
: General :: Merchandise
If you want 100 cents worth of goods for a dollar come to my Cheap
Cah Store, Montgomery block.
Drugs, Patent Medicines and Toilet Articles
KEPT IN STOCK ALL TH TIE. ..
-A oCD ASSORTMENT OF-
FRESHI GARDEN SEED.
We will always keep in stock a Full line of Cigars! and. Tobacco
CALL AND SEE US,
W. W. JOHNSON & CO..
BRICK WORK AND PLASTERING,.
Lowest estimates fur-
sh,8edl on application.
Refer to any person that I
ever worked for. Furnish
l1UMber, sash, doors, blinds,
laths, shingles, brick or
an7y other MCaterials desir-
ed on07 short notice. 23
ORANGE LAKE, FLORIDA.
Seeds, Agricultural Implements, Hardware,
Mechanical Tools, Etc., Etc, Etc, Etc.
J. M. NIMMO,
REPAIRING NEATLY DONE ON SHORT NOTICE.
MICAN OP Y,
NOW IS THE TIME TO
1~1 Innrn A
1' elmq' ilaplor thlslno r
appointed tg s..i a aq R3 folows-standard m
Savannah to New York.
(Central or 90' Meridian Tine.)
Kansas Cit3y................... Friday, May 1.lh",0 am
Chattahoocnee........ Saturday, May 2, 1.0 pm
Nacoochee.................. Monday. May 4, 3:00 pm.
City of Birinngham, Wed'dayMay 6, 4:01 am
City of Augusta ...... Friday, May 8. 6:00 am
Tallahassee ...... .... Saturday, May 9, 7.00 pm
Kansas City ... .. ........Monday, May 11, 7:30 pm
Chattahoochee ...Wednseday, May 13, 10:00 am
Nacoochee .......... ......... Frdav, May 15,12:00 m
City of Birmingham, Saturday, May 16,12:30 pm
City of Augusta .........MondaN, May 18, 3:30 pm
Tallahasgee ...... Wednesday, May 20, 3:.0 am
Kansas 0I1ty........... Friday May 2, 4:00 am
Chattahoochee.... Saturday, May 23. 5:30 pin
Nacoochee ............ Monday, May 25, 1;:30 am
City of Birminghliam,..Wed'dayMay 27, 8;00 am
Citv of A ugusta ....... Fridav, Mav 29, 10:00 am
.',aulahiasse,-.......... .... Saturday, May 30 11:30 am
Savannah to Bosaon.
Gate City..............Thursday, May 7, 5:00 pm
City of Macon........ Thursday, May 14, 11:30 a.m.
G aleCity. ............ Thursday, May 21, 4.W pm
Cily of Macon...... -Thursday, May 28, 9. 0am
FORl FREIGHT ONLY-Y
icesug .......... ......... Tuesday, May %, 3:30 pm
Detssoug..... ... --...... lridhy, May 15. 11:S0 am
Dessoug......................Monday, May 2i, 6:40 pm
W120 will buy the-ODELL TK0JE
FWRIER with 78 characters, $15 forMe
SINGLE CASE ODELL, warranted to
do better work than ally machine made.
It bombines simplicity with durabdi-y,
speed, ease ot operation, wears longer
without cost of repairs than any other
machine. Has no ink ribbon to bother
the operator. It is neat, substantial,
nickle plated, perfect and adapted to all
kinds of type writing. Like a printing
press5it produces snarp, clean, legilil
made at one writing. Any inteflijent
person can become an operator in two
'days. We ofier $1,000 to any operator
who can equal the work of the DOUBLE
Reliable Agents and Salesmen wanted.
Special inducements to Dealers. -
For Pamphlet giving endorsementss.
ODELL TYPE WRITER CO.
85 artd 87, 5th Ave., Chicago, 1U.
The,board of admiralty has purchased
a foreign sleigh for the emperor of
China, The body consists of four
dragons with scales and claws complete.
The four tails are curled up, forming the
1back'of the seat. The top of the seat is
between the two dragons' heads. The
whole sleigh is covered over with gild-
ito and its cost is said to be several
thousands of taels. It will be transport-
ed to the Palace gardens for the use of
His Imperial Majesty.
The number of rases of application
for marriage, from foreigners and Japa-
nese last year amounted to eight. Di-
vided according to nationality they were
as follows' One Englishman and one
Swiss married Japanese women. An-
other Enghshman has received consent
to marry a Japanese woman, but the
marriage -has not been effected. An-"
other Englishman has become a Tapa-
nese subject and a member of his wife's
household. An application to, marry an
American has been made,-by a Japanese
woman, but as yet permission has not
been granted. Two women have asked
for permission to marry Chinamen, but
as -yet have not received permission.
Another ',request of the same kind was
made by a Japanese .woman, but wvas
A youth coming to Shanghai to learn
the trade lU a fancy goods store was at-
tract~ed by some gambling that was go-
ing on in the neighboring shop. Two
days later he borrowed one thousand
cash from a friend, entered into the
game and lost every cent. He knew he
could not pay,'and hanged himself dur-
ng the night.
-A returned traveler from Kuangsi
Province in Northern China, tells of a
strange fish found-in the Kweiling river
of that province. The fish is black in
color, has four feet and walks like a
quadruped. The natives call it a dog
fish from its simdarity to that animal.
When quiet reigns late at night, the fish
crawls otit of water and climbs to the
top of tree in search of birds and eggs
which seem to be its favorite food. It is
said that the fish also inhales the rays of
the moon and regulates and trains its
breathing powers so that its agility and
cunning excel anything in the air, or
earth, or in water. To capture it, is
necessary to keep very quiet, spread a
net under the up which the fish-has
climbed and when it descends fold over
the net, otherwise no bullet or arrow or
line and hook will take it. As the natives
*! believe it an infalliable cure in consump-
tion or, other diseases of general debility,
it is much sought for. A 'certain Can-
ton merchant bought a few to present to
his friend; while the servant was carry-
ing them he acefdently fell and had his
finger badly bitten. A short time after-
*ardo the servant stole from his master
andiran away.- Then. the natives claim
the fish porsessed a prophetic knowledge
at coming events and gave the master
. wrning by biting the servants JOSH.
drug st es of Monticello buy P. P.
P. in la e quantities.
mrns, Warts and Bunlons
Remove quickly and surely by us-
ing Abl tt's East Indian Corn Paint
Gent aen-I have suffered for
years \ h a kind of tetter or breakc-
Ing oun 11 over my body and at
times tse small pimples would ter-
minate boils. While traveling in
the Soi last yEar I had occasion to
try a Htte of P. P. P., which was
recomn ided to me by a friend, and
to my spprise It helped me so much
that I a six bottles more, and after
taking e ull contents I felt better
than I ti since the beginning of my
trouble nd while I have no symp-
toms o0 he disease returning, I am
still usdg the.wonderful blood med-
icihe ailptervals, and am fMYIy satis-
fied thaI will be entirely cured of a
dleease~bat for 15 years has troubled
me. )-nunot express my gratitude
to your so wonderful a benefactor
as youP. P. P., (Prickly Ash, Poke
Root Od Potassium.) I am yours
truly, JACAT PETERS,
P Traveling Salesman,
| Savannah, Ga.
Fruit, lk and pine lands for sale or
exehat. Send for a copy of the
tf R J. RumLzy, Keuka, Fla.
THE PRtORAM DROPPED.
His ire has also been increased by the
fact that during his stay in Moscow he
desired to lay the foundation stone of a
monument to be erected in memory of
his faihr, and only to open the firstntx
"hibition of control association products
-held in Russia. The whole program has
been -dropped, The czar would now
send Grand Duke Vladimir to inaugu-
rate the monument, himself remaining
n St. Petersburg.-. A message plainly
expressing the czar's indignation has
been telegraphed to the Moscow author-
Wties stating that the original French
promoters of the show must buy out
. The Rev. Mr. Ayres, a young Ameri-
can clergyman, who has been preaching
in the English chapel here, has been the
victim of a peculiar persecution. A
young German woman took a strange
fancy to him and made it a habit to at-
,end the church and gaze obtrusively m
apt attention at the preacher. She fol-
lowed him about the streetsf and finally
_went to his rooms. She forced him to
remove from one boarding house to
mother to elude her. She threatened
to commit suicide before his eyes unless
he listened to her suit. A american Mm
sister Phelps was finally appealed to by
Mr. Ayres., Phelps comnmnicated with
I We will sendyou the "Souin noral a Homeo"
six weeks on trial for ten eents, and inert your
name Innour1M ailllng IAft" free of charge, which
wll bring you hund eds of sample copies of Flor-
ida newspapers, maps, ctreutlrs.etc., and It you
want to visit or locate to Florid you can very
eaAlly decide where to go and how to ret there,
and yOt will be plead with the small Invme
menof 10 ct. Stamps taken. AddiresOUTM
FL40AIDA HOIM O 8tPoterbunM Ml.
CHINA. AND JAPAN,- I
GERIAN TRADE TREATIES
THE UPPERMOST SUBJECT IN THE
And of course it is needless to say that
you want to travel by the
Finest and Quickest Line
Of course it is needless to say that the
E. T, V.-& G.R'y
Is the afores- id. Write to FRANK M.
JOLLY, District Passenger Agent,
Jacksonville, for rates, schedules, and
description. Motto: "Everything fair"'
B..W WRENN, Gen.
Knoxville, Ten. "
DOWD by th0S a
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Simply mention this paper and
ki numberof rooms delre. SeLgod
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SAN FRA Nsisco L-(By Pacific Mail from
Yokohama and Hong Kong.) His Im,
Perilal Mlajesty, the Einperor.of China,
has offered his annual &acriflce to the
.Temple ot Heaven. Three days before
the event an. Imperial Edict was pro-
mulgated appointing Princesand Min
itters to participate in the sacrifice,
and to fast. The Emperor -started
from the Chung-tsen palace, in the-
palace-gardens, and stepped intohis
chair which was carried by sixteen
" guardsmen dressed in red satin uni-
forms. Passing through the Teh-
.... chonDSi-yeuu, Si-wha and Pi-ho gates
the. Imperial procession arrived at
.kWUi-men (the main gate). Here a
crowd of Princes and Ministers in full
court costumes, who were not to ac-
company the Emperor, knelt to receive
him; and afterwards the procession
passed on to the Temple of Heaven.
First came a guard of soldiers armed
with swords and whips, and then the
bannernen. Behind these rode the
captain and officers of the Imperial
Guard to 1he number of two hundred
-or more. Immediately following was
an enormous elephant carrying the
sacred vasp, surrounded by spear-men,
bow-meu and swordsmen. Three
i large banners with a troop of cavalry
equipped with sword, _- bows and
arrows appeared next, and then walk-
11 ing in measured space were eight
splendid and fine looking horses deck-
* ed with gold saddles, jade stirrups,
and yellow silken reins, a groom hold-
ing each by the bridle. Following
these were golden incense burners
smoking with fragrance.- The Imper-
ial chair was then seen proceeded bya
large umbrella of yellow satin em-
broidered with nine dragons sporting
in the clouds, the umbrella having a
*C7 curved handle. O. each side of the
chair several Ministers wearing but-
y ; tons of precious stones,' embroidered
garments, and swords, rode on horse-
back. The streets were lined with
troops. Five camps "f soldiers, com-
prising Bannernmen, MongolS, "and
Chinese were stationed about the
Temple of Heaven N Whel' the Em
peror arrived he entered _the palace ol
Fasting, changed his dress and dined,
and passed the night. At day-break
t the next Morning, the Emperor rode
in an uncovered chair carriedby eight
men to ihe sacrificial grounds. After
1t he usual ceremonies he offered incense
at the Palace of the Seasons; "Then he
put on t he dragon robe and made the
: retIr journey. He entered the Tsing
gang gate. burnt incense to the God
(*.BSPar, And -eachq& t^e l/A fff
: detw by way of Ta-ching gate. He
then offered congratulations to the
It is reported of Sir Edwin"Arnold,
that at a dinner at thK:Rokumeikaut
In ;Sn Tok;io, before his departure for.Eng
lancd, ha adjured the Japanese not to
i ( gO seeking afterother'religi6ns, as in
; Buddhism they had a very good one
of their own. '-
Bagap Api Api, a coat town in Sink
furnishes a remarkable instance of
S;i: Chinese enterprise and push.; A few
years ago, that place *as, nly col
'- lectioj of miserable huts inhabited by
; '-;a secity Malay po ulation with' a
prinkling of Chinese. TheSe Chinese
7'- sgettlers seeing the commercial; advan-
tagejof Bagan mnigrate.d to it inj greater
_' : : numbers-A d soon ouigted ;th6e MaUaY
dwellerasi." l 88, they -so prospered
-that the Government set to Wori
i ::: making roads and the huts made roon
<-, for neater dwellings. A police force
Sineluding a bodY. ot Sikhs, keep order
bnitthe three thousand Cihineseinhab
't: itants of tre town seldom raise an.
':disturbance. -"T'bey are ,Hokiens
." /mostly, tad manage'to keep the'othe
,,tribes under 0.ntrol by force of, numt
: ""bers. These'people gedai"'a living' b:.
: ;. catching and salting fish and shrimp
,' r to admit e( which their^ fishing craf
"lmusters 800 vessels. The fish caueh
Sand Sai~dfieu~ds its way to Singapor
-' :and sometimes .to Penang. The ex
tent of the business brings the salt re
,o quired for the trade to20,000 pieuls
"*_. ,yeatr,- Two rtval streamers carry O1
.-' c communication with Sgapore. Th.
':- .Chinese w'ho have thus been th
":;;-. making of Badgan contribute 44,00
gi guilders to the Excise revenue a year
The place i healthy"in spite of th
:.': -4Oihy smell prevalent owing to strong
sea breeze&' The neighboring district
(eafied Bangk%, Tanau Puteh, ani
Kuba contaiulnmuch land: -suitable fo
-- It> tobacco growing. Rattan, gutta pur
",- 6 eha, beeswax, and timber alsoabound
;.' .Ac'curious phenomenon occurred 1
; New Zealand- recent ly. ,During a hear
squall there fell a shower of small re
wormW s of bright'color, varying in siz
from an inch to-an inch and a-half ih
,^ length.. Vesagls, tuch'a milk dishes
r were'fiUecdioa depth of from: one t
: three in-eh ,and' the worms la
nearly aP indh'thick upon the'gras
They were,.however, sooir dried np b
the heat of tne sun.
There-is 4'bIg lake in-the Lidhue
iatiit ot -,Foobcbow, China, aboutu
tnirty'i in eireamfemence. Duriq
4.;, .W-Jlie farmers, by ."e aid" do'rdd
-.41 #i primiltkie tawhinery, pump on
W. to -rrigate their field-. J^at,
o-^l9ffhmn when the-vwatt
y... j rIP, wrue fishftog g th,
MW^Yl^.^'^ tbaroaj he'elr w*
^^ .fteemb* &*nw ex".
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Secretary 1pster's Views of the Present g
WASI ItTON,- May 29.-Secretary o
Foster s id this morning that he an- e
ticipate no difficulty in meeting the e
quarter P ension payments, aggrega- ]
ting $26)00,000, which fall due June
14. The-ivailable cash balance is now
nearly $6,000,000 and will -go beyond i
$20,000,000 by the early part of June
by reason of the continued excess of
receipts, Ver expenditures.
The Ocretary said there would be
no necesity, so far as he could see,
for callbg in any of the government
deposit. held by national banks to
meet t`82 pension obligations. This C
bank fuq4d now amounts to $24,500,-
000, exclusive of the money deposited I
to the cledit of disbursing officers. I
ROUNDING THR BONDS.
Secretary Foster said further, in re- .
sponse. ,| inquiries on the subject,
that wle it -vas not altogether set-
tled, it .s more than likely that the
departAiett would give' the holders of
the" $50,*000 44 per cent. bonds out-
standing, in opportunity to renew
those bDils- after September at re-
duced rat of interest.
The seci*tary said a San Francisco
banker il given the opinion that
these bbons could be floated at 11
per cent.,mterest. He, however, did
not thin such a thing feasible with
an inte Ht rate less than 2 per cent.
It was hf impression that the matter
would b4 settled definitely in a short
time. 1.e said that the recent gold
shipmens had clearly established one
thing and that was that the credit of
the Uni pd States was above that of
any otthr nation and could not be
shaken ty the severest decline.
THS krTUATION CONSIDERED.
The financial situation was consid-
ered atli meeting of the cabinet to-
day; bi; without result, so far as
Unlesthe secretary of the treasury
decides ito continue the 44 per cent.
bonds beyond the date'of their matu-
rity, Sepiember 1, next, without abate-
ment of interest, it will bc necessary
for him give three months notice to
the bondholders of his policy in re-
gard to hat loan. This will have to
be done Uander law, either in case he
decides o redeem the bonds at matu-
rity or in case be decides it best to ex-
tend them at a reduced rate of inter-
A circular on this subject will lie is-
sued by the treasury department in a
few days, It will announce that pres-
ent rate of interest on the 4J per
cent. loa"I will cease on September 1,
and will probably siay that the holders
of all such bonds as do not desire heir
redemption at that date may secure
their continuance at the interest rate
of 2 per cent.. thus allowing the own-
ers the option of retaining their bonds
at a lower rate of interest if they de-
sire to do'.-so without " 0 *; ,- tv-
"ernmi1A )t 11 1e position of asking for
The Dangers Off Hatteras.-
WASHINGTON, May 25.-Arrange-
ments have been made by the light-
house board for the survey of Dia,-
mond Shoal bar, off Cape Hatteras
N. C., with a viewfo the selection of
a site for a lighthouse at that point.
The coast survey steamer Blake
will start from Hampton Roads
Monday with a party, including
Capt. Rbcht, of the lighthouse ser-
vice, and they will be joined at Cape
Hatteras by the contractors, Messrs.
Anderson and Barr. A -caisson for
the foundation will be launched in
about a week. The appropriation for
this lighthouse is $500,000. "
B ]ltimore Orange Market.
RKPURTED'BY WM. BAK~gR, )
FruL Commission Merchant,
. 105 S. Calvert St.., Baltimore, Md.)
MAY 25, '91.--Florida oranges about
) out of nmrket What few arrive, sell
quick atgood prices, say $.50 to $500.
"Florida omatoes $2.00 to) $3.50. Cu-
1 cumbered2,50 $3.00. Potatoes $4.50 to
Hair 1 gone, scalp covered with
eruption!, and pains in all of his
limbs, salreadful case of disease, yet
SP. P. Poreainaned master of the sit
nation, cure was effected, and the
r patient, the marshal of Monticello,
Fla., so2 B his hair has grown out and
i that he as a well roan. This cure
t spread tr and wide, arid now the
f h e rop l Cai r
J.,T. & K.W. System.
Schedule in Effect Majy 3. 1891. Central Standard T:n we
001NO SOUTH RAD [H)WB __._'i'iATlI 4 JX, OlINU MOT BAALs Up
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I family and it being evident
alind wa unbalaocedl. hllo \,a8
A Good Da)'sWoik. (
%Weakness of itself is not a disease.
t is, however, a most distressful
ymptom. Alas! how many wearily
rag themselves about, every effort
iving; them distress, existing with-
ut any of the pleasurable sensations
robustt health. Are you in this
Condition? Why? Thereis no ex- r
ruse for feeling mean and miserable.
Remove the cause. of your distress,
which undoubtedly is a state of blood
mpurity and a disordered system.
low'? Why, by doing. a others
G: W. Chandler, Red Fork, Ark.,
writes: "I was so weak that it was
only with great effort that I could do
anything. f used several bottles of
Botanic Blood Balm, and can now
do a zood day's work."
"Able to do a good day's work!"
Is there not something sweet and re-
freshing in that expression ? Strength
to vigorously do this or that.
Strength that is only overcome by
natural fatigue. Strength that when
expended~is by rest and nature fully
restored. Such will be your reward
it you give B. B. 1L a triao
H. B. Randolph, Brunswick, Ga.,
writes.: "I was under the care of nine
different doctors, but not one did me
the good that Botanic Blood Balm
has done me."
A man who has practiced medI%
cine for 40 years ought to knowsalt
from sugar; read what he says:
Messrs. F. J. Cheney & Co.--Gen-
tlemen-I have been in the general
practice of medicine for almost forty
years, and would say that in all my
practice and experience have never
seen a preparation that I could pre-
scribe with as much confidence of
success as I can Hall's Catarrh Cure,
manufactured by you. Have pre-
scribed it a great many times and its
effect is wonderful, and would say in
conclusion that I have yet to find a
case of catarrh that it would not cure,
if they would take it according to
directions. Yours truly,
L. L. GORSUCH, M. D.,
Office, 215 Summit St.
We will give $100 for any case of
catarrh that cannot be cured with
Hall's Calarrh Cure. Taken inter-
nal!y. F. J, CHENEY & Co.,
Prop'rs, Toledo,. 0.
le- Sold by druggists, 75c..
every particular, except that the head
had no horns. The news of the dis-
covery of this strange: beast- caused,
great commotion, and with much
d i fficulty and excitement it was finally
caught. Its hair, or rather bristles >
were hard and thick, and it weighed
several hundred catties. The most
learned of the village patriarchs failed
to-designate the aninal by its proper
yed Mohamed Alsagoff, one of the
best known Asiatic merchants in Sing-
apore left that colony in the steamer
Poseidon recently for his home in
Arabia. The Poseidon is a steamer
with magnificent passenger accomo-
dation, te-e whole of which was taken
by Syed Mohamed for: himself and his
household, 130 souls in all. The price
he paid for passage from Singapore to
Jeddah was $8,000. Syed Alsagoff
leaves Singapore in the belief that hel
has been harshly used by the English
Government and by Englizh opinion
Whether that view be just or not it
will doubtless spread in Arabia.
In the Suburbs of the Sinywei dis-
trict.in Kuangtung, China, a child
was born who could call I"Papa" and
"Ma~na" as soon as he saw, light. The
villagers considered anything out of
the common would bode no good to
the family and advised the parents
to do away with the child. The hus-
band and wife were ignorant and.
lhardhearted, enough to' follow the
Through carelessness in keeping poison
t ina house has resulted a sad case in a
shoemaker's shop in Hong Kong. The
shop was-invaded-with rats; consequent-
ly the boss ordered the little cook, k-boy
of 14 years cf age, to buy some Poison
which is made expressly to destroy rats,
an I much resembles common pepper.
Somehow or other the little packet of
:poison, gt among other seasoning stuffs
. and the mischievous little cook used it
- as pepper, with thb result that six men
were poisoned, three of whom died im-
mediately, the rest narrowly escaping a
, similar fate. -
About eighteen miles from Hugli, Ia-
dia, there is a municipality which, how-
. ever it may perform its work, is certain-
ly recruited in a novel fashion. It ap-
pears that an election is now on the
boards and everyone in the locality, from
the chairman down to the lamplighter,is
in a fever-heat excitement. One of the
rival parties has hit -upon a device for
electioneering purposes -which has the
mnerit of novelty, to say the least. The
f candidate mounts upon a traveling plat"
form and after he has delivered a forcible
harangue the assembled crowd fall upon
their knees before an. idol of Siva and
t invoke her aid in purging out of the
r board certain evil commissioners! Thii
would prove effective in England. Im-
agine the chairman of a Birmingham
meeting exclaiming: "The "Hon'ble
Joseph Chamberlain will now lead us
in -prayer for the speedy removal of the
Pa mnalitanmart.ir .
SACRIFICE -Tb- THE
Nearly all the European Powers Wilt Join
in-The Spanish-Amnbrlcan Convention.
The Czar'sa1kling for France.
BERLIN, May 29.-The attention of the
foreign office is absorbed in the commer-
cial treaty negotiations, some of the re-
sults of which will have direct bearing
on Germany's relations with the United
States. The arrangements with Italy,
Switzerland and Roumania are progress-
ing toward an entente. Belgium is also
negotiating with Germany, -but that
Country is less likely than the others to
be drawn within the customs bound.
Russia's overtures for a reduction of
the government' corn tariff in exchange
for a lessened tariff on German manufac-
turers have been received in a friendly
spirit here, but the opposition of Austria
is expected to bar the war-to a definite
arrangement. Austria tried to secure a
reduction of the German grain tariff in
favor of herself exclusively. She failed
in'this however, and now raises the
points of the German-A u itrian treaty as
precluding a differential treatment for
Russian imports into -Germany, Servia
has offered to join the commercial alli-
ance on the basis of free entry of her
leading products, swine and cattle, into
Germany, Austria and Hungary. As the
Servian exports croes the Aust'ian terri-
tory in order to reach Germany,the Ber-
lin government wants the Austrian
authorities to guaranteed' against danger
of infection from Servian swine. The
admission of Servian pork into Germany
would be in consistent with prohibition
against American pork which is gener-
ally acknowledged to be safer and of
A FORMIDABLE COALITION.
A general view of the negotiations
now really gives reason to expect a for-
midable central European customs coa-
lition, including Germany, Austria,
Hungary, Italy, Switzerly-Roumania
and Servia, while Belgium, Russia and
Spain may have partial reciprocity with
the general European band.
The effects of the American conven-
tion with Spain has begun to excite press
comments. The Hamburg papers de-
nounce the convention as the permanent
blocking out of 3erman trade with the
Antilles. They contend that the Ger-
man-Spanish treaty of July, 1883, af-
.fords a basis for the foreign office to
interfere. Until the pending European
treaties seem to be secure no pressure
upon Spain will probably be tried. As
soon as these are arranged, the special
privileges, which the convention ac-
cords to America, will be contested by
the combined powers.
The situation of France, which coun-
try is menaced with commercial isola-
tion, dictates the government's policy of
adhesion to a moderate tariff admitting
of reciprocity treaties. As far ag Ger-
many is concerned, the French govern-
ment appears to rely upon the mainten-
ance of the Frankfort treaty as insuring
^ c, "the most favored nation" treat-
co ensequences arising from Germany's
commercial ailiadces a denunciation
of the Frankfort treaty is now freely
discussed in official circles.
Schouvaloff, German ambassador to
Russia, who is now in St, Petersburg,
supports Girs, the Russian prime minis-
'er, in proposing a commercial entehte
sith Germany." Vlangali, M de Gins'
assistant in the foreign office, who is a
strong pan-Slavist, having great influ-
ence in the czar circle, uses his power to
paralyze the negotiations as tending to
weaken the alliance between France and
SOLICrrUDE FOB TH FRENCH.
A sensation, has been caused by a dis-
coverv relating to the French exhibition
at Moscow, which gave the czar an oc-
casion to show his solicitude for the
French. To avoid wounding the teei-
ng, of the French committee, the exhi-
bition which was in need of funds, the
secretary applied to the Jewish and Rus-
sian capitalists, Grunwald and Poliakoff,
and got a loan on depositing 1,200,O0C
tickets aa security. Grunwald and Pol-
ifkoff became involved in a quarrel
with the committee over the "control of
the entrance money of the exhibition.
The rupture led to a scandal
The czar w~s ,incensed that the fail
should have fallen into the hands of th
detested Jews, an to-day it was an-
nounced thAt the projected visit to Mos-
cow of himself, the czarina and theft
family depended npon a settlement be-
tween the committee and the Jewish
loan mongers. If the matter is not
speedily-settled, he will abandon his
visit iforder to avoid giving offense to
France by going to Moscow without pat-
ronizing the exhibition.
Special News krom brienta Ilands.
-* An Arabian Monte C'rlsto -Departs
'From Sihgapore. Interesting Marriage
Statistics ,Svrom Japan.-Sir. E"dwin
Arnold's Farewell Dinner at Toklo.