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Volume .. Micanopy, Fla., Thursday, July 2, 1891. Numoer 27.
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SFREHD G. B. W1EIIHIE, Ocala., Fla,
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OCALA NOVELTY WORKS|
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Patronize Home Industry I
Row Boats, Sail Boats and Canoes of
every size and description.
Prices leon j V950 (*etidirg
BOATS ANI STEAM LAUNCHES
BUILT TO ORDER.
Borte's Clay Couty WooworbinCo.,
GREEN COVE SPRINGS, FlA.
WPurchae of us and save time and
tral railroad is under water continuously
for many miles on the Onawa branch,
and that the havoc both to the roadway
and the bridges is something seldom
paralleled in railway history.
WORST FOR YEARS.
LEMARS, IA., June 26.-One of the
most fearful i ain storms in the history
of northwestern Iowa visited this sec
tion last night. This morning the Floyd
river is a mile wide. There is great loss
to stock in the country. The bridges are
out on the railroads and all trains are
abandoned. The Omaha pay car here
has only one engine available for work.
At Sutherland it is paid that fifteen
houses are swept away, sidewalks gone
and cellars 'flooded. It is probable the
streams will be higher as it is raining
FAIRMOUNT, MINN.,. June 26.-The
heaviest rain known in the history of
this city fell to-day. The. low lands are
flooded and the damage to crops is con-
INTERNAL REVENUE MONEY.
The flec il Year Just Closing Shows an In-
crease of 81,265,945.
WASHINGTON, June 26.-The collec-
tions of internal revenue during the first
eleven months of the fiscal year ending
July 1 next were $'31,887,407, an in-
crease of $1,265,945 over the receipts
during the corresponding period of the
previous fiscal year. The receipts by
items were as follow s: Spirits $75,100,-
202, decrease $416,449 ; tobacco $30,295,-
067, decrease $749,786; fermented liq-,
uors $25,258,608, increase $2,097,890;
oleomargarine $9920746, increase $234,-
299; miscellaneous $240,783, in< ra.ep
$99,995. The aggregate receipts for May,
1891, were $4,133,533 less than f6r May,
HOW.THE DCRER'AS.E IS MADE UP.
.The decrease is made up as follows:
Spirits $2864,807, tobacco $1,184,739,
fermented liquors $70,194, oleomargarine
$5,546, miscellaneous $8,246,
SCommissioner Mason says that the de-
crease on spirits, fermened liquors and
oleomargarine is due almost entirely to
the fact that the act of Oct. 1, 1890,
changed the date of the beginning ofthe
special tax year from May 1 to July 1,
and that the decrease on tobacco is due
to the repeal by the same act of all spe-
cial taxes relating to tobacco. In his
opinion the receiots from spirits and fer
mented liquors will be unusually large
during the month of July by reason of
the charge referred to.
A FIGHT AGAINST SHERMAN,.
The Policy of the Farmerss' Alliance in
S Oh to. '
WASHINGTON, June 27.-Neither
the republican nor democratic nation-
al committees appear to be doing
much, but the national headquarters
of the ,Farmers' Alliance here is ap1.
parently running on fall time.- Jut
now its chief object -seems to De to
elect a Democratic senator and inci-
dentally a democratic governor of
One of the officers of the National
Alliance is quoted as saying: "While
there is undoubtedly going to be a
third party candidate in the field in
'92 and we are going to be in it, the
Alliance proper is occupying middle
ground at present, not committing
itself one way or the other. We are
aware that a fight is being made
against Sherman in Ohio, and his
defeat is as sure of coming as is the
election day. The People's party
and not the Alliance itself is making
the fight. There will be a People's
party candidate for governor and for
every other office that is voted on in
the state this fall. In every legisla-
tive district there Will be a third
party candidate for the legislature.
Every ward ana precinct is being
worked. If politicians are ignorant
of what is being done that is
what we want. Their surprise will
be the greater when the result is
THE ALLIANCE VOTES.
"While, as I have said, the Alli-
ance is not leading the movement,
every member of the Alliance in the
state will vote with it and will do
all in his power to drive John Sher,
man out of thesenate. It is the leg-
islatuare w~eare particularly interested
in, and we are certain of enough
strength there to prevent the elec-
tion of any man to the senate whom
we are opposed to.
S"As popular .as McKinley may be
in the state I have no doubt of his
defeat. There is a principle invol-
ved4n this contest which the various
farmer and labor organizations
thoroughly understand, anti though
both of the old parties may do their
best to keep the tariff to the front as
the main issue. The thing the in-
dedendents are going to vote on is
the money question. Campbell is
not unpopular amobg the the far-
-mers and if he is benefited by their
fight on Sherman they will not re.
gret it particularly.
"The platform on which McKinley
is to be run on could hardly be made
more objectionable to the independ-
ents than it is, and whatever the
feeling of any of them may be to-
ward McKinley himself, they are de-
termined to show -the country that
no man can run on such a platform
9nd hold their votes."
Silver I I
ler Oand Plated are.
OPTICAL GOODS. GOLD P!(f~l.
All kinds of work done in the best manner.
JNO. P. DUNN, Prest.; H. ,Q. WRIGHT, V.-Pres; R. B. McCONNELL,'CashiMr
Capital paid in -- $100,000
Authorized capital 250000
Surplus - 15,000
Accounts of Merchants, Farmers, and Individuals solicited,
JAu. A. WELSiAM, CashWie
SHas the Largest Individual Deposit of any Bank
In Plorida. See sworn report to Comptroller of Cur,
penoy, December 19th, 1890.
Manager, Undertaker and Embalm *
LIPPMAN BROS., Proprietors,
uliman BIck. SAVANNAIL. GA.
For sale by W W Johnson & Co.
T. J.8W AgINGBN.- J.-
E. BAIRD & C0.,
SO Aroh, eQt*"6 ff*allff> P~r
The or nal and g Mud
rmen io a saetel adjus_ o the
itl taitts Otagl~rU~oi
Itbasbeen in use or moms tba t
}enrd; thousands ort owtM-
and aver on, t md phjfMjMM to
and rcomena -a vaw a fot
fThe great oels owf orltMtot or o ltlnI
rise to a host of indtatm-n. Uiini*Mnihu6 im
so^K; some caftair tbaeftr vpsitOa
pound Oxygn ofWe ap*ytewoarA21-|
Monials an the ranour to
commend worthess conow"ot But ar
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tjtane made etsewe or r
called Oomuound Oxyipe n, MaU50M&
"^Com, pudOnDIeftO Ation MA&dI
published Ita n C
,tives to a o u utfnko M to1
this remortbl'aar 1n ^.a A rowod)
Df hifp~r no**tov& M of Curomo
F XOMs-an< ta *rroabfiandoned to
ale *by toi-jttio Ileald fr"w:
(c any adr apUPpJOX
DR& SWAAMWT PAT.IN.
as sOL^an IIIess. 1P1
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.MAALETT & CO.,
u.P A W. T ,]oIBr 8., & Co.F
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E. L,- ROOT & COMPANYp
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OmOErT rE MATIaETO,
AlpQ Ooffln, Outtgk 3-Qetio A 4 and Tde
. akr God,
,The Music House of, Flrida
DEVASTATING THE LOW LANOS IN
Great Damage to Crops--Northwestern
Io.wa Swrpt by the Greatest Rainstorm
of Recent Years-Several Lives Lost
and RHouses Floated Away-The 111i-
rots Central a Heavy Loser.
WATERLOO, IA., June 30.-A terri-
ble wind and rainstorm prevailed last
night along the Illinois Central rail-
road lines from Storm Lake to Lamars,
a distance of fifty-six miles. All the
towns are considerably damaged.
Four persons were drowned at Chero-
kee and four at Correctionville. A
railroad depot was blown down at
Calumet and much damage to town
property is reported.
Sutherland, O'Brien county, a small
4tatioli on the Chicago and North-
Swestern railroad, fifty-five miles from
Calumet, is reported to have been
wiped out, over forty buildings being
S blown down. The, wires ar4,sall! down
and it is impossible to obtain accurate
information except through reports
transmitted to the railroad officials.
S Twelve inches of water is reported to
have fallen last night in Cherokee val-
ley. The Illiaois Central's train No. 2,
passenger, which left here last night,
Sis still at Storm Lake and the train-
master here says there is no prospect
of moving it in the next twenty-four
S"THE REPORTS CONFIRMED.
WATERLOO, IA., June 26.-Reports
continue to arrive of the disastrous
storm and flood along the 1 Ilinois Cen
trl. The reports of the drowning of
four persons at Cherokee arid four at
Correctionville are confirmed by a dis
patch from the superintendent of the
S Iowa division, who is at the scene of
ROADS WASHED AWAY.
SIoUx CITY, IA,, June 26.-The ter-
T rible rain of last night las almostdev-
astated tfisportion of Iowa. No rail
., roads are. running trains from thiscity
to the.east. The Flood River Valley is-
inundated for thirty-five miles north
of this city.L Many houses in Lemars
are flooded over the first floors, while
the towns of Merrill, Hinton and
James are completely submerged.
I Thirty-five miles of track on the Illi-
nois Central, Chiengo, St. Paul, Min-
n eapolths and Omaha, and Sioux Oity
and Northern, are flooded north- of
this, city, with bad wasbouts at Le-
-xmars. T'he Little Sioux river bottom
at Cherokee is inundated and thou-
,: sands of ac-resofe rops are under water.
The water at Cherolee carried away
forty houses and barns in the bottoms,
S but no fatalities are reported. At the
i same place the approaches to the Illi-
nois Central bridge over the Sioux
river are gone. On the -Central Iowa
branchli nine hundred feet of track
was carried out. At the Sioux Falls
branch seven bridges were wa.shbed out.
The Chicago and Northwestern tracks
Sin this (Sioux) valley are washed out
for over half a mile at Sutherland.
Most of the towns of Lady Lynn and
Lewiston are in its course, and will be
submerged by morning. To-night
hundreds of families on the Floyd
river flats near this city are. moving
out to the higher grounds, The rail-
road companies have abandoned their
yards an11 hbol)s and engines; cars and
allkinds of material have been removed
to the higher grounds. The stock in
the Union and Central stock yards has
.,been removed. The wires east and
north of here are all down.,
A RIVER OVERFLOWING.
Reports from South Dakota say that
the Vermillion river is out of its banks
and flooding thousands of acres of grow-
ing grain. The dyclone at Sutherland
last night at 7 o'clock destroyeJ fifteen
\ dwellings, four warehouses and several
barns and the Chicago and Northwest-
ern'railroad freight houses. The people
took tothe: caves and no one was in-
,jur<-d. All the. country and railroad
:- bridges were washed out.
CH BRI K EE, IA., June 24.-The terrors
of tlh JohnstoWn fl~od were in part re-
-:peated in t hin3 place to-day. Seventy-
five house have been carried out of sight
in -the Niagara-like torrent and how
many h yes have been 1ost isyet a matter
of uncertainty. A terrific cloud-burst"
thrice-repeated and the wind blowing
almost a hurricane are what consumated
the dread work. The storm, which be-
gun last night, appears to have swept in
a circle over northwestern Iowa, fully
Stwo huundred miles in diameter, with
Cherokee as its center. Upto 10:30 p.m.
to-night, owing to the destructCion of the
wires and railroads;only the vaguest re-
ports have reached here from the devas-
tated territory to the west, north and
Ssouh. The damage done here, taking
into account the relatively small size of
the town, is enormous. Most of the de-"
stiuction in Cherokee was wrought by
the extraordinary riseof the Sioux river,
Sreiulting from the tremendous down-
Dour of water from the sky. Some idea
of the immensity and suddenrness of the
flood may be inferred from the fact that
it carried ofT, apparently without any
Effort; thebig trestle bridge on which
Sthe Illinois Central railroad crossed the
river, and with the bridge went four
hundred feet of the trestle on which the
company's tracks approached the river.
To-night the Little Sioux is at the high.-
eat stage ever known. The best infor-
- motion indicates that the Illinois Cen-
Carry the lir:--it stock in'souttK At, tftiti
Violins.- Banjos. Guitars. Accordeons, Anto-
-aps, Strin_.- Sheet Music. small. Instru-
meut.s, Irimminm-s, ari anything and
et-vryiliit 1 n9 M .Usical at lowest
P IA N O S Weber, Haiines Brotehrs..
IANOS Newby&E vans, Morris
a R rA N S Frran d & Votey. Chica+'
OR GANS gs, .,ta'e, Vocalion.
TepeciallyrecommerI tihe Haines Brthers
Pianos and F. irandl and1 N otey t'Or:ans es fur-'
nishing d the I,.- ;-,hlw-, any in 'ttalent Injjo -
woIld. The 1-. .1ii.1 V, ,,rw, iis cap h.- taice,
nieces and put t [i,.:-l-r in five n.mu"t ^ ^
ny i tllig n l .i 111 '7
Sn,1\ i -i t' i .n/ J ile i fo "
rh 17n t > =. "S"1 "s ... pf !,
T E.\. I'". $10 w.-mthl. In Piano$ and
n.\ l I'' i.i i n.ii till pili.I. Just ihink jf ill. '
anyone can own an instrument on such :
terms. Little more than ordinary rent. Send
for Free Catalogues. State what instrument
you want and N-,u i i .i r-. ,.tl.t qft full infor-
mation that, Wi'll ii ,.lh-h .,n. have etme
big bargains n E.-E.0N1-r HAND P.ANo.r
AN ) O wriA e N .iQ r l 'i f- >t, t lfo rait post
card and write nl,,r \ .d I~iln.I [l- iiil,,rnitil.,n.
-1. I1. C.AMMPBELL
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Me nts'Nationa- Bank
A. 0. STEENBURG,
Wholesale and Retail Dealr in
:r a a. ir e
Paints, Oils and Glass, Mill Suppfies,
saddlery and .Harness.
i am Headquarters for STOVE3 OF ALL KIN DS, and Sole Agent for
the Celebrated CHARTER OAK s roVES. I want your trade
Give me a trial and I will guarantee satisfaction.
GAINESVILLE, s a a FLORIDA.
JOHN W. ASHLEY, President. J.-. BA RR, v ice P*esidenL
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Of Gaineslle, Fla.
Surplus and Undividled-Profits $15,000
Does exclusively a banking bu n with equal facilities to any bani
in the State, Solicits the accounts of Vmnera, Merchants, Corporations,
Le. Interest allowed on time deposit. All bnsain.w transacted promptly
H !t Eitclinson's Futrnituire Estalilislimnnt
Carries the largest and most complete assortment o0: furnituree and
House Furnishing Goods of any other house in Alaohua county.
Burial Supplies, Wood and Metalic
Th line is fall and complete. Undertakh department on day nd
Wlrht. Telegraph orders will reoetve prompt attention, either y or
Will personally attend funerals in any-part of the 'ounty.
THE BU'UIM LOAN & TRUST COMPANY.
Of Ocala, Florida.
Loans money on improved Real Estate. Money al-
ways, on hand. No delay or unnecessary expense.
Authorized Capital, $200,000.00
Paid up Capital 100,800.00
Not Incorporated Undoer Act of 1889.
Patdup Capital $50\0(.
apa Authorized capital
Surplus and Undivided Profits $25,000.00
E. W. AGNEW, President; MW. H. COUCH, Vice-President
A, MOI E Cashiers
Fully Equipped forEvery Kind'of
Has the Lrat Surp8a, Largest Line of Deposits, and does the: larges
busies of any Bank in Ntion ounty. We solicit your, bank aco4iit and
all business in our line and guarantee satisfaction.
HARDWARE & STOVES
House Furnishing Goods,
HARNESS and SADDLERY.
Paints, Oils and Glass. Nails, Mil
Supplies. All kinds of Tin & Sheet
Iron Works. Piping for water
and wells promptly and sat-
On West Side of Oourt Houre Square-
fA BVIXi t : : FiRIDA
ITS CAUSES AND CUR-E. Scientifically
treated by an artist of world wide reputation
Deafness eradicated and entirely cured of from
20 to 30years standing 'after all other treat.
ments have failed. How the difficulty is
reached and the cause removed, fully explain-
ed in circulars. with testimonials and affidavits
f cures from. prominent people mailed free.
R. C. FONTAINER 34 West 14th St. N. Y.
SisIB00 om& Ng, evwels, Br acot
SQWSgg, Flooring, Oiling, Turning, ,
LQIN( O ALI KINDS A SPEQAMTr
ent fl ygriU P4tq an Filr
ff l~e~ +v++ld ! .^!!.er|
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Sone Ile ewfe
uor Town .
3 reliable p5
Won (either ex) wl
1101 181[(l 4 LFshtlS uO
"i PPMA N %Ro.SAVA144A.ftl.
U 'SO-A ^ENTS ,4 rEt ) I
tedly are a great source of reve-'
Seeds and Farming Implements,
Carries the most complete line in tke State.
--Just received a lot of--
SUBSCRIPTION 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 accuracy and
at reasonable prices.
ADVERTISING RATES depend upon
location in the paper and will be
fhrnisned upon application.
Tuesday morning considerable ex-
tement, intermingled with much
amusement was caused on our
streets by the appearance of a negro
oy supposed to be crazy. The boy's
father started to town with him, but
'as called. by his wife, and as he
turned to answer the boy put spurs
o his horse and dashed for town.
He was finally caught, and no dam-
ge was done.
There has bee-a considerable com-
laint from -..in:- of our subscribers
wing to the fact that,-wve have
been ---.ndit d bills to-them that have
been paid. JWe are sorry to admit
uch has 1 ,ni- the case, but it is
no fault of ours, as we bought THE
NEWS, "lock, stock and barrel,"
nd sent o0t bills just as the books
showed. s ie, we have L,.rio e1. l thai
many people have paid up and nc
credits have been made. We ask
our patrons to bear with us, and we
ire willing to correct any mistake,
that may occur, and as soon as things
are straightened will bother them n
more with such errors.
What do you think, citizens o
Micanopy, of putting down a roc
road from the depot to the Edwards
place on Main street? -It has bee]
suggested, and would be,a great ben
efit, as the road's killing on horses
drawing loaded wagons from the de
pot to the different places C
)OD, WOOD, WOOD,
IVERED IN ANY PART OF
IE CITY AT THE LOWEST
tf- G. J. HAlOO*D.
TY BARBER & JEWELER.
Neat Work Guaranteed.
BLACK PuEAS, i
The best for sowing in grove or for stock purpose in the market,
ANOPY. :r FL
--lember' of the'
'PRODUCE EXCHANGE-, PHJLA
Member of the-
MERCANTILE EXCHANGE, NEW YORK.
in ess. We have
ral prominent citizens express
hemselyes as favorable to such a
tep, and say they will contribute
liberally to the same. Consider the
importance of this move and let's
rave good roads. It will be a big thing
or Micanopy. .Besides, it will be
noney saved in the end, and save
much unnecessary labor on stock.
As we were returning from the pie-
lic at Tacoma Thursday we accepted
an invitation from Misses Duffle and
Lottie Hart to call by their place and
get a cool glass of water, which was
pleasant indeed to our palates.
We were surprised, very agreeably,
to see the fine place belonging to Cap-
tain Hart., He has about four acres
n young orange trees just coming
into bearing that are amongst the
finest that we ever saw. He also has
five acres in bearing trees, which are
luxuriant in their growth and will
yield him a bountiful income. He
has a nice, new house on his place,
and, in fact, is "well fixed." Woe
shall haveytlme, soon, to go and see
the place hfom one end to the other
and will then say more on the sub-
Irving National Bank Now York,.
rst National BanK, Gainesville,
pOL. LIII t, I I X JIU % J, V
our remembrance. going by, driven very fast, between f
~-----***2---~ n*iduikht and daylbreark. The night
An Outrage,' was calm and still, and, as there had e
B(Ielow wegi\ve a few figures show- been a heavy shower a tew hours be- J
ng how the farmers of this section fore, no other houses caught, a
,re footing the expenses of the rail- OCEOLA."
odds. Itappears tonus that of all men P .-I-I- r
he farmer is the Inost unlucky, and St. John's Day. "
t dbes look a!tho ughl he istaken ad- g(
rantago of .in many uuneesAry As previously announced in the -
ays. Read'thde following and then columns of THE NEWS, the Masonic p
sk'yours,-If do we need a strict rail- lodge, of Hawthorn, celebrated St. i
oad commission or not. In our opin- John's Day, by a grand picnic and '
on we do. barbecue. /Crowds of people from all
A farmer slipped 3 boxes of 4-bas- parts .of the County flocked to tthe- T
let crates peaches to Philadelpiian, scene, and among them Masons of
rhich sold for $2 per box, making the various lodges in the county be-o
6 for thelot. The freil-tsamou ntfd, sides many visiting brothers from
o$4.60,leavinga balanceof $1.40 to otlifer counties, Itisestimated that
e divided between the commission about 200 Masons were in attendance.
nian and' the fiirimer. After payling.v Early in the forenoon the lodge
,he commission the farmer comes was called to order at the Masonic
ut with 8Qcts for his trouble. We building, and after the opening cer-
eeno renison why this should "6e emony the procession was formed,
thus, as the farmer is the only man and the different lodges, under the
who has the work to do, and then for guardianship of the master of cere-
his pains gets the least pay. monies, A. ', U. Hilleary, of Loch-
** loosa, they marched down Main
SFlemingtou Flashes. street, and thence to the picnic I
S ". -.... grounds, where, after due nIotice, the
The storeof Mr.JChittyis con- large crowd, which numbered be-
stantly receiving new. goods, and is tween 600 and.700 people, assembled
doing a good business. -under the massive oaks which adorn
Mrs. H. Taylor, who fell and broke the park, where a rostrum had been
her collar hone some time ago, is erected, in front of which were af-
still suffering from itseffects. rangod safits to accommodate all, and
-" at tli is.plin>nt Mr. A. U. Hilleary broke
The church here is quite a neat hesilene iu a few appropriate re-
building, and ha a lovely situation, Iarks, in which he stated the object
in anaturalgroveof large forest trees. of the gathering, when Divine bles-
M iss Ceeorgia Sistrunk is visiting ing was invokedy Rev. E. A. Holt,
her sister, Mrs. W. Johnson, as are after which Mr. Sam Titmumot, of
also the fahitly ofMr. L. H. Johnsoh, Putnam Lodge, was introduced, and
of Micanopy. made short, but appreciated, speech
_at the close of which he presented
The colored Baptists baptised a D. C. Dawkins, Esq., of Jacksonville,
convert in the placid waters of Flem- grand secretary of the order, who de-
ington Lake last Sabbath afternoon, livered, in avery impressive manner,
The religious services of this race the oration of. the day. He began
have always- held quite a peculiar formation of te Masonic
attraction for the writer, so we fol- edge in Florida andt showed that
lowed the cro"'ddoWn to ,the water order has increased very rapidly
to witness the scene. An ojd brother, -p0 0 the presentdate. Hisremarks
in his prayer, remarked, "I know were highly appreciated, and he did
dar ain't no good in dew, ater by it- full justice to the occasion. At the
self, but I do say, my brederin, dat conclusion of his remarks dinnerwas
it do hab a mighty infliugence on do aonnionel, and the entire dincrowd
in'ard puripacation. gathered around the table, which
This usually quiet and-serene vil- was covered with food in abundance,
lage was aroused from its slumbers and the boards fairly groaned, so. to
the other morning about 3 o'clock by speak, uuder the weight of the'deli-
the alarming- cry of Bire!" The c acie spread theeo. Re. Mr. a-
store house 'f W. Joh.)nsoii & Co. son asked a blessing, and then weniTl
was foundto beon flre, and burning started in to satisfy the winnerr
,&t such a rapid rate that it was im- man." To say we had enough would
:possible to, get near enough to open be putting it mild, for we had an
the doors." 'In I3s than an hour the abundance of barbecued beef, -naut-
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<1 t Y A EAf- I It undertake to brieflyt
f, H B S teach any fairly intelligent p.'rton ofeither
S 8 a a sex, ho can reaa and write, and who,
li B N B H after instructor, ill work industriously,
7 S 3 000 how to ean Three .Thous.d Dollars a
Year in thek own localities,wherevertheylive.I will a-sofurnial
the sltaation oremployment,at which you can eara thatamount.
No noney for me unless successful as a ove. Easilyand quickly
learned. I desire but one worker from ch district or county.d I
have already taught and provided with employment a laog
number, who are making over $3000 a year each. It's NEW
and SOLID. Full particulars FI E Addre at once
EA. s, ALLENox 4 Auvusta, aine.
E. T. HENDERSON,
CONTRACTOR & BUILDER,
AND DEALER IN
Laths, Sash, Doors,
Blinds, Etc., Etc.,
rom thesegood people.
The day was a grand success in ev-
ry way, though a shower came up
ust at-dinner which only cooled the
atmosphere. The people of the
hrivingtown of Hawthorn have a
place in our memory that will ever
be cherished until we are called to
go hence. We cannot express the
latitude we feel toward those hos-
pitable people and can only say, when
it comes to hospitality, they have no
superiors, and very few equals.
THE NEWS shall long remember
Hlawthorn and the people, as well
as the Masonic fraternity; as shall
the large number present from Mica-
nopy. "IHeae olim memminissi ju-
Picnic at Tacoma.
Last Thursday, pursuant to an-
nouncement, a pleasant crowd as-
sembled at Chamberlin's Park, on
George's Pond,, in the Tacoma settle-
ment, and had a jolly, good time pic-
nicing. We hadthe pleasure of be-
ing one of the happy party and had
a grand time. The morning was
passed away in pleasant games, con-
versation, etc. At the usual hour
dinner was announced, and we all
gathered, around the well-filled table,
and enjoyed a delicious feast, such
as the people of Tacoma know ex-
actly how to prepare. The delicacies
were tempting indeed, and from the
manner in which they disappeared
from the "hospitable boards," every
onewas satisfied. The-alternoon was
passed in a manner similar to the
morning, and at the usual houir the
crowd ,began to disperse. Milk
shakes, ice cream, cake and lehion-
ade were sold for the benefit of the
church of that section, and between
$20 and .4 25 were taken in. We m8hst
express our heartfelt thanks to the
people of that hospitable section for
the kind manner in which they
treated THE-NEWS, making guests
of us and treating us to all the deli-
cacies on the grounds., We are sorry
space forbids longer comment, but
we must yield to the'inevitable and
hone the people of Tacoma may liv
long, and ever be as happy as the3
made us on Thursday last.
p finel for this nature-favore
ot TIianks Brol Pendleton f
-} 'Snug k',We fortuneshave been made,'.
work for 11ua, by Ania P. go, Austin,
jlTexxas, and Jno. Bon, Tol.do, Ohio.
iee^ cut. Others are doing as well. Why
rot^ you? Some earn over 4500. 0 a
month Yo u cLn do the work anwliie
a! hon'e, wherever you arc. Even be-
7g iSnners ire e. l -y earning from f5 tc
Is w 1aa. y ges. We shew you hov,
Saewd star ytou. Can work in si;orc limnie
- or all th'- iimc. Big rmoney for work-
*ers. Fai)'tre unknown among them.
f" T *r ,5;7 ON and w i(lerful. PnrIti.uloi-A free
ORDERS FROM OUTSIDE THE CITI
PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
334 WASHINGTCN ST,, EW YOR
AT ROCK-BOTTOM PRICES.
We need your help and we wish to extend our circulation, in order that
every household in the county may read THE NEWS.
GOOD, PURE READING
Can always be found in the columns of THE
NEWS, and we ask you to give a.trial.
For Advertising rates, address,
PURDY & RUHL,
Judge G. W. Means, Evinston, Fla.
F. G. Sampson, Boardman, Fla.
Goo. Glover, Macedon, N. Y.
[rvin National Bank, New York.
C. H. Register, Smyrna, Del.
R. C'lark;Oornwall-on-IHudson, N.Y.
J. H. Bird, Att'y Bradstreet Com.
Agency, New York.
I a ,
P.: F.: WILSON,
JOHNSON & CO. Props.
Fresh Bread, Cakes' Pies, '&c.
Kept always on hand. Families
furnished at reduced prices. 28
Loaf Bread Tickets for $1.00
WOAL MSO HIL L,
Clothing Made to Order.
J. R. & S D.EMERSON
Have just received a fine line of
samples for pants and spring
suits made to order- Pants
$3 00 to $8.00. Suits $13.00
to $35.00. Fit gu-rau-
Office Montgomery blocK, Room
No. 1. Call and see us.
ALL KINDS OF
At B. J. MILLS' Market.
0. S. COOPER,
A specialty. Satisfaction guaran-
teed. Wagon and carriage repair
neatly done. 14yl
TUSKAWILLA R -EWS ,
THE gEST PAPER IN ALACHUA
At the last meeting of the lachua County Farmers'
Alliance and'Industrial Union THE XEEWS was
endorsed as the Official Organ of the County. On
this line we wish to say we are with, and one of, the
Alliancemen, and shall ever be found advocating- the
principles of the Alliance and fighting for the riffghts
of the Farmer. In a short time we shall publish C
full and complete directory of every Sub-Alliance in
the County, with "a weekly price list of Alliance Ex-
We want 500 Subscribers
WITHIN THE NEXT SIXTY DAYS !
In order to get that number we are going to canvass thoroughly the
entire county, and if necessary, the whole State. THE NEWS is here for
the benefit aad development of this entire section and NOT FOR ONE
PARTICULAR POINT. It is the peoples' paper and as such shallfight
for the people, upholding the right and fearlessly condeming the wrong,
but DEMOCRATIC EVERY TIME, YOU BET. This paper will cost you
ONLY ONE DOLLAR A YEAR!
JOB WORK DONE.
We are prepared to do all sorts of job work such as
THE OLD RELIABLE
Micanopy Drug Store.
J. COOPER MATHERS,
Drugs, Mfedicnes, Chemical
Paints, Oils, Toilet Articles, Confece
tions and all other articles usually
kept in a first class Drug Store.
PRESCRIPTION A SPECIAL
Satisfaction guaranteed and cor-
St- AUGUSTINE rIN
M arble and Stone
all( Head Stones *. J. M. QUARTEEMAN, AGENT,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
WINE -: MERCHANT.
Sole Agent for Duffy's Malt and
THE FINEST BILLIARD PAR-
LOR AND BOWLING ALLEY
Bowling Alley now open day
W. P. SHETTLEWORTH
M. F. PECK,
PRODUCE ,OWN. MERCHANT,
-AND DEALER IN-
ROBERT :-: BARNES,
Whole.-ale and, Retail
SASH, DOORS, BLINDS, PAINTS,
OILS, WALL PAPER.
A FULL LINE OF PAINTERS'
SUPPLIES AND BUILD-
Agent for the Celebrated Averill
Orders promptly attended to and
,HU \ 0000.06 ayeartIsbeilngmadebyJohn R.
M *Tl -be OIeaLnedatourWEWuineorwork, 6oodw~fnroy,N.Y.,at work forbu. 11cader,
* | I W L Vpidly nd ihonornbly, by hoao Of you m y not make as much, but we oan
SIl ith ung or o, and in heir tech you quickly how to n fr 5 to
BTl ro r It l ~ow0 lown ttic whereverr they live. Any r $10 a day at thae star' and more as you
IEIsh thn onean do ethe work. Easy to learn. on. Both sexes, all agem. Inanypart of
We finish everything. We atart you. No risk. You can devote America,youcan commenceatihomegiv-
your spare maiseots,'or all your time to the work. Thi8 is an I ng ell your ,tit0 or sp"ro moments bndlyto
entirelynew lead,and brings wonderful access to every worker, the work. All )Isnew. Great pay 8URK for
Beoinnera ar warning from $25.to 50 per.week and upwards, every worker. We start yu"miahin
anS niore ftq" a Htttsxperience. We can furnish you the em- everyth .EASILY, SIPE* D LT earseAs,
.gin*; $1ta ", T .ot, u n ,. L -A RSo a. n,
= t teach yo u WIN. No w ceto e I ,heeFull Cl a r n IRE. arsesa
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The Tuskawilla News,
,OliFICIAL ORGAN Op ALACHUA COUN-
TY FARMERS' ALLIANCE.
. RUH.LEditors &Pub.
For S"ilk h
SJersey cow ith heifercalf,
. One Jersey cow with heifer
(first calf), $65.00. One heifer
calf), $50.00. Younger heifers
$40. Either of the above cows
give -wo gallons of milk and
e increased by feeding more.
F. G. SAMPSON.
7itf Boardman, Fla.
NAME OF OWNER. I DESCRIPTION OF LAND. I TAXES & COSTS. d(
George J Arnow, Lots 23 and 33 smith's add't, $ 4.60
Louisa Basset, Bound on the north by J JF
Barr, east by T McCredie, ci
south by W Mellwane west a
by B WFontane Living-
sten addition, 3.05 st
R Buxon, e)y lot 7 Smith's addition, .95 bo
Eliza B Chaney, lot 42, Paynes' addition, .95 fa
William Canty, lot 61, Freibley's addition, 1.45 w
William Durham, lot bound on the east by
McCredie, south by Tay- u
lor, west by Robinson, on t(
north by Perry, Y acre, H
,Livingston's addition, 3.05 a
J E Ferguson, lot 22, Livingston addition, 4.60
B W Fontane, lots 87,-89, 90, 91, S-toughton's
addition, ? 8.70 p
Mrs N L Freyermouth, lot bound on the nortli by 79, 0
MrsNL ero ut, Stroughton's addition, 1,85 o
F Faust, lots 10,11 and 12, Stoughton's b
addition, 2,40 b
Fli Southern R-'y, lot 73, Stoughton's addition, 5,65 s
main and side tracks Stough-.
5 ton's addition, 21.40 r
Jno Hines lot 27, Child,' addition, 1,45 I
JnoCh ris, lotb.otind on the eastby Perry ai
Cherry Harris, south by Robinson, west by s
Stoughtons addition Y acre,
Livingston's addition, 1,90 I
'R Huap ttnter lot 20, Payne's addition, .95 c
Wam Irvin, wY lot 9, Childs' addition, .95 (
Peter J s u. lot 20 Paynes' addition, .95 .
Mrs AE Knox, lot 33, Smith's addition, 2d t
J C Ley, lots 1, 2 and 3 Smith's ad- 2
edition, 2,40 a
?J CTLe lots 20, 21, 22, 24, 25, 42, 43, 44,
e' 45, Smith's addition, 11,30
J B LeyT lot 84, Smith's addition, 6,40
a MJ ntgomery, Agent, w/ ot lot 3 and lots 4, 17, 18,
t 31, and 32,Childs' addition, 42j80
: W R Mills, lots 7 & 8, Ch ilds' addition, 2,50]
.. Thos McCall, lots 10, 11 and 12, Childs' 2
T additioni, 2,40 '
T H Massey, lot 45, Stoughton's addition, 1,45 e
Y Wm 1,c1llwan, 4 acres bounded on the north
L Bassett,,on the east by
.' Livingston st, on the south.
15. ;. ., 'by Hunter street, on the
S, west by lands of Stokes and
y Fontane, Livingston's addi-
d tion, 4,90
wd lot2, Childs' addition, .95
S Preston, 1 lot, Livingston's addition, .95
Patton & Tuner, lot, Livingston's addition, 3,05
o B Prtiree r, lot 47 and wY lot 86, Smith's
p addition, 5,50
,; D Patterson, 16ts 28, 29 and 30, Stoughton's
5e addition,, 1,85
ef George Robinson, lot funded on the east by
f corg .Durham,. on the south by
a Taylor, on the west by
is Stoughton's addition, on
e. the north by Cherry Harris,
I acre Livingston addition 3,45
is S Rollins lots 17 & 18 Smith'saddition, 1,45
w Gus. Rothe, lot 71, Smith's addition, 1,45
- Wood Rittenho0use Brother& lot 37 Stoughton's addition, 1,45
J Summers, lot 9 Childs' addition, 2,50
is J Stafford s lot 20, Paynes' addition, .95
SF Thomas eS lot 9, Cbilds' addition, .95
Y J Thomas, .P lot 20, Child' addition, .95
a Unknqwn, lots 74, 79, 80, aitiand 82, ,
0. Stou'ghton~s addition, I 6,05
is lots 7 and 10, Livingston's
i A addition, 3,95
7- wY lot 7, Smith's addition, .95
i, Thos Wade, e lot 14, Smith's addition, 1,45
S Chs Williams, n lot 31, Smith's addition, 1.45
N IVWespy, w% lot 48, Smith's addition, 1,45
ss J C Wincoff, lot 55, Smith's addition, 3,55
vs .W. M. AVENT,
1 d Collectof offRevenue for the Tow-n of Micanopy. i
PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY.
Thursday, July 2, 1891.
CARTER & OWEN, AG'TS. Micanopy. -
MICANOPY TOWN TAX-SALES. ADDITION LOCALS.
The Emer-bn i "boys," Lon Jesse
~and Abe, he eae~-ch very fine groves
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE FOLLOWING-DE- in the Taiona settlement. They
scribed lands will be sold at public auction on the Third day of August have all gainld them by the "sweat
(Monday), 1891, in front of J. A. Simonton's store, in the Town of Mican-. ,
opy, County of Alachua, State of Florida, or so much thereof as will be of their brows."- We had the pleas-
necessary to bpay the amounts due for taxes herein set opposite to the same, ure of seeing them last week, and
taxes due the Town of Micanopy for the year 1890, together with costs of know whereof we speak. Their
sale and advertising. groves are all in full bearing and un-
TIE fight between the farmer and
Sthe monopolist is going to be hard,
but the farmer is bound to win.
DON'T worry about the Alliance. It
is all right. Simply keep your eyes
open and you may- hear something
THE People's party will surely give
McKinley a black eye in the guber-
natorial contest in Ohio the coming
WHAT gre the citizens ,of Alachua
county going to do about the exhibi
at the .Chicago World's.Fair? ,Sug
gestions are in order. .
THE question of bonding -the' cit5
of Gainesville, to put in waterworks
is being much. agitated. A good ste]
it would be for her to have a system
of waterworks,, anid we would enjo5
seeing our "big sister" get the needed<
WE are pleased to announce t
our readers that the proposed trite
of Mr. A. U. Hilleary, of Lochloosa
to South, Carolina for the purpose
of bringing to this State a colony o
rice growers, is actually assuming
certainty, as Mr. Hilleary starts thi
week for Alien Dale for that purpose(
We shall have more to say on thi
subjectin the futture, and shall noN
wish him success, nid await develop
THE latest addition to our office i
a 38-page trade edition of the Ke
West Equator-Democrat. It is
finely gotten up edition and Br<
Pendleton doe- himself proud on hi
description of the Island City. HaN
ing been in this city several time
and being well acquainted with i
many attractions, and its business
meni, we can uay the edition sho
ESTABLISHED IN 1853. BURNED OUT IN 1I
RE-BS BISHEa IN 1871
building and a large stock of goods ton, etc., with necessary accompani- or crates 'expected' t ship dur-
wnre reduced to.. smoking embers. ments, to have satisfied twice the- ing season of1991-92. The above in-
There was some insurance, but any number of persons. We all ate all formation is requested by general
way, there will be a loss of some- we could, and then repaired to the freight agent of the J. T. & K. W,
thing near $2,000.. This was the, Al- Masonio hall, where games, conver- system for publication and for the
liance store, and will be a. great loss station and "tripping the light, fan- good of our section.
to the community. It is supposed tatic toe," were indulged in to the *.--
the store was first robbed, and then delight of all, and while thus en- Many of the citizens of Micanopy
fAred to oover the crime. Several-par- gaged our train was heard in the dis- I and vicinity were at the barbecue
taatemrember to have heardawagon stance. andlw.were compelled to part Th-ursday atd. had a glorious tien.. ,
Attention, Orange.and vegetable ]
The'above will confer a favor by
sending in td:C. E. Owen, agent F. -
S. 'y., a statement of :oranges and
vegetables aiid (number of boxes
The' Tuskawilla News.
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"We call the attention of our read-
ers to the delinquent tax sale in this
issue. If your taxes are due, we
would advise you to come forward
and settle up, as your property will
be sold for taxes if you fail to do so.
Terrible blood poison, body cov-
ered with 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-
The ladies of the Marvin church
will serve ice cream and cake at Mil-
ler's Park next Saturday afternoon.
The proceeds are to be used for the
benefit of tilhe church. Let all who
can, attend and help forward a good
This issue we commence running
the ad. of L. H. Johnson. Just see
what his business is,. and you will be
well fitted up if you waht good teams.
You are acquainted with him, so go
there when you want a horse, buggy
or anything else.
Divine services were held in the
Presbyterian church Sunday morn-
ing and evening, Rev. Smith, of
Archer, pastor in charge, conduct-
ing same. His discourses on both
occasions were well delivered and
Mrs. T. G. Stewart, of this plaq,
sold to Mr. John D. Hopkins, of Oi-
ange Lake, her orange grove prop-
erty, at Oak Lawn, the consideration
being 11,500. The sale was. co,-
sumated one day last week and both
parties were fully satisfied.
It is with pleasure that we ac-
knowledge the receipt of some de-
licious apples from a lady friend in
Georgia. Such remembrance fills us
with thanks unspeakable, and we
can but devour the fruit, all the
while thinking of the donor.
See the new ad. in this paper of P.
F. Wilson, Gainesville, He needs no
recommendation as you all are ac-
quainted with him.- When you want
hardware, agricultural implements,
seeds, etc., call on him at Gainesville,
and you will never be sorry.
The G. R. P. & M. railroad is pro-
gressing rapidly, and the right-of-
way, from Micanopy, is fast being
cut. Soon the gradingwill commence,
and-well, from present indications,
the people of this section can soon
ride to Gainesville on their own
"iron horse." Hurrah!
Services in the Methodist church
were held as usual last Sunday under
the anspices of Rev. J. P. Hilburn,
who preached an excellent sermon
Sunday morning, but, owing to the
discontinuance of services on the eve-
ning of the fourth Sunday, no- ser-
vics were held Sunday night.
Wednesday our young friend Ed-
gar Brice took his departure for Citra,
to reassume charge of the depot at
that place, having severed his con-
nection with this depot. We regret
to lose Ed. as he is "a- good,.;htrdl-
worker, but we can safely commend
himsto the people of Citra, and our
loss isitheir gain. "
In this issue will be seen the ad.
of the American Farm News, pub-
lished at Akron, O. This paper we
. will now offer as a premium with
THE NEWS, all for $1 a year. Remem-
ber we give you The Farm News for
absolutely nothing. By calling at
this office we will be pleased to show
you the paper. Now is the time to
Capt. John H. Graham, manager
of the Brown House, has in his[ pos-
t session four chairs which were, pari
. of the furniture used by the New
-Orleans Club.in 1852. These chairs,
were often occupied by Daniel Web-
ster, Henry Clay and other dis-
tinguished gentlemen who visited
New Orleans in those times and were
t guests of the Club.--Gainseville Sun
Last Friday night, Sheriff Fennel
of Gainesville, assisted by Deputy
Sheriff J. D. Knox, of this place, suc-
' ceeded in capturing the colored .man
r known as Bsillanty, near this pla e,
Canty had sworn that he would noi
be taken, but these two gentlemen
t never fail to get their man, if he i
e in the country, and as proof, Canty
Sis now lying in the county jail. They
covered him with their guns before
e he was aware of their intention, and
he was easily ,taken. Good for you
- After a long silence we again lif
* up our voices and ask the grown
" folks to bear us, and help us. Oi
the 14th of July, we are going to give
-a: Topic Party" at Mrs. W. W.
e Brice's, forayour special benefit, an
1 want every one of you to come and
f get your share. Now. don't ignore
t this announcement, please, just be
" cause we are little Buds. We knov
what we are talking about, you ar
, sure to have a good time.
h ANNIE SHUFORD,
"' ETHEL AVENT,
s The Puilpit and the Stage.
V Rev. F. M.Shrout, Pastor UTnite,
r. Brethren Church, Blue Mound
SKan., says: "I feel 'it my duty t
11 tell what wonders Dr. King'sl ew
Discovery has done for me. AMy
Lungs were badly diseased, and m'm
s parishioners thought I could live
s o nlya few wees. I took five bot
g ties of Dr. King's New Discovery
and am sound and well gaining, 2
lbs. in weight."
Arthur Love, JManager L0ve'
Funny Folks Combination, writes
n "After a thorough trial and cop
vin.cing evidence, I am confident D
SKing's New Discovery for Consumpl
n- tion, beats 'em all, and cures Wheo
n everything else fails. The greatest,
d kindness I can do my many thou
sand friends is to urge them to tr
e. it." Free trial bottles at W.
n- Johnson & Co.'s drug store. Regtla
sizsest50c. ard $LO. '
Mr."C. E. Owen was in Palatka
Mr. J. W. Smith was in Gaines-
Let's have rock roads.
See tax sale in this issue.
Now is the time to subscribe.
Mason's Improved Fruit Jars for
sale at S. 1. BENJAMIN & CO.
Hot! We should simply extem-
If you waft a good milchcow call
on Stokes & Johnson.
Pay your taxes, or your property
is In danger.
Use Stringfellow Bros.' Tube Rose
Butterine, at 25 cents per pound. It
has no equal.
When you want a fast team, call
on L. H. Johnson.
Abbot's East India Corn Paint
removes quickly all corns, bunions
and warts without pain.
The pestiferous mosquito has put
in a nightly appearance in our city.
In order to get the lowest cash
prices for tomato wraps call on
(22tf) CHITTY & JOHNSON.
For genuine good-heartedness, the
people of ra4oma can't be beat. They
simply* #re ignorant of stinginess.
SNewand Second Hand Wagons
and Buggies for sale at Carter's
If you want to get amongst a good,
hospitable people, hitch up your cart
and drive over to Hawthorn. They
know what hospitality is.
Get a "Kake" of Colgates' Lace
Soap and prepared Boston -Codfish,
at Btringfellow Bros'., Gainesville.
We must beg our readers todexcuse
the condensed manner in,w ifch our
columns are filled this issue, but we
publish the delinquent- tax sal, and
our space is considerably taken up.
Catarrh originates in scrofulas
taint. P. P. P. purifies the blood,
and thus permanently cures Catarrh.
The people of Tacoma have recently
made an addition to their school-
house, and repainted same, which
gives it a very pleasing appearance.
Bee notice to orange and vegetable
growers. By sending in your esti-
mates you can give the outside world
some idea of what the acreage for
1891-92 1l1 be. Heed his call.
16 ozs. c6Vdensed milk for 10 cents
and 1 lb.,' choice Vostazza currants
for 74 eetitS at Stringfellow Bros'.r
Rev. J. P. illburn will preach at
Marvin church next Sunday by spe-
cial request.. Vth subject of his dis-
course will be "4cob have I loved,
but Esau have I hikted;" Heb. 9-13.
We invite the ladies of Micanopv
and vicinity to our mammoth
Grocery store for q'yerything first-
class in our lipe. Stringfellow Bros'.
Master Bobbie Shuford had the
missfortune to get his foot hurt last
week ,while horseback riding, the
horse accidentally falling down with
him. He is doing well at the present
Ice Cream Freezers.
The White, Mountain Improved
:Freezer for sale at '
(25tf) S. H, BENJAMIN & Co.
Mrs. S. Burnett, who has been
spending a few days in the city visit-
ing the family ok Mrs. Fontane
returned\to her home in Gainesville
Friday. We hope her stay was very
- Look tut for the finest assortment
of shoes at the lowest price ever of-
fered in Micanopy., We are offering
fine ladied shoes for $1 per pair.
(22tf) CHITTY & JOHNSON.
When it comes to raising corn our
friend Jim Knox takes the cake. He
has a 20-acre field near town thai
will bring 40 bushels to the acre, sc
he estimates. How is that for Flor-
FORSALE-Household and kitch-
en furniture. Only been used two 0
three months. Enquire at this of-
rice. ., 24tf
Again we remind you that next
"Saturay wlll be July 4th, and the
Alliance picnic and barbecue has
been set for that day at Newnans.
'ville. Be sure to go. A great timn
is in store.'
Rheumatism was so bad tha
James Irvin, of Savannah, could
hardly walk from pain in his should
der and joints of his legs. P. P. P
Prickly.Ash, (Poke Root and Potas
sium) was reesorted to and Irivin is
well and happy.
By consent of all concerned, the
services.at the Methodistchurch wil
be discontinued on the evening o
the fourth Sunday during the ho
summer months, to enable the pas
tor to have a needed rest.
Fruit Jars, "world without end;'
Finest, Freshest and Fattest Mack
erel; the mostextravagant and end
less varieties of Fancy and French
1-Candies, at Stringfellow Bros'
Read the Flemington "dots" in thi
paper. They contain an account o
the %re at Flemington. Wearever
sorry to chronicle, the fact of Mr
Johnson's loss, but hope he wi]
-back off" and "come again."
Parties having wagon and team
or wagon and harness without team
can get c64tracts for hautlin
eross-ties by applying to (21tfO
W; P. COUPE,
Monday *Uncle" Zeke Hickso
came in town from Lake, City, wit
several new horses for L. H. John
son's livery stable. He will remain
here and we extend the. right han
offellowship and bid him welcome
He'is quite as acquisition to Mieai
Manager Shuford went to
Mr. Sam Tunner was at THE NEWS
Mr. P. A. Bryant, of McIntosh, was
in to see us Monday.
Miss Laura Smith is visiting at
Windsor this week.
Mr. J. J. Barr was among the callers
at this office Saturday.
Mr. J. R. Emerson, of Tacoma,
was in the city Sunday.
Dr. E. K. Norwood, of Jacksonville,
was in the city Tuesday.
Mrs. A. F. Miller and son John, left
for a visit to Ocala Friday.
Mr. W. W. Brice made a business
trip to Gainesville Monday.
Mr. E. A. Hickson, of Lake City
spent Saturday in the city.
Mrs. F. J. Hagood was a pleasant
visitor at this office Monday.
L.H. Johnson Esq., the boss livery-
man, was in to see us Monday.
Miss Minnie Heyman made THE
NEWS a pleasant call Monday.
Mr. E. G. Wray spent Saturday
and part of Sunday at Windsor.
Mrs. D. Dupuy and daughter, of
Boardman were in the city Monday.
Mr. Jno. Gamble, of McIntosh,
made us a pleasant call last Friday.
Mr. L.P. Rinker, of Tacoma, the
boss farmer, was in to see us
Mr. and Mrs. Wmin. Knox, of
Dunnellon, spent few days in the
city last week.
Capt. D. C. Hart, of "Heartsease,"
was among the callers at THE NEWS
office Monday. \
Mr. Carlon Price and Miss Mittie
McCormick, of McIntosh, were in
the city Monday.
J, M. Quarterman, Esq., with his
two little daughters, went to Starke
last week on a visit.
"Uncle" Alee Price, of Ocala, the
"Piosphate fiend," was in the city
a few days last week. ,
Miss Duffy Heart, of "Heartsease"
spent Sunday in the city the guest
of Miss Margaret Peace. '
IHon. J. W. Witlemahi, after a three
week's visit to South Carolina re-
turned home Tuesday afternoon.
Miss Sophia Merry left forGa in te--
ville Monday to attend the Normal
school which is in session in that city.
AMrs. G.F. Finger left 'this morn-
-ing for-Lake City, q,,' ru.,ptlI,'s
vi-it. We'trust she may enjoy the
The irrepressible B. W. Fontane,
the phosphatist, arrived home Satur-
day, spending Sunday with his
SMr. S. H. Benjamin went to
' Suwannee Springs Sunday for his
family, who have been spending
som e tim e there. de
Mrs. J. AY Wideman and Miss
Margaret Peace, made us a very
pleasant call Monday afternoon.
Call again ladies.
Mr. I. Heyman accompanied by his
Little daughter, Lucile, left for a visit
to Chester, S. C. lasi Friday. May
There visit/be a pleasant one ...
SMr. F. G. Morehead, and wife, of
Ocala, were in the city last week,
e the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. D,
Knox. They returned Friday.
, Miss Ada Fleming, who has been
y visiting Miss Lillian Barr for the
past few days, returned to her home
in Gainesvillo Tuesday morning.
Mrs. J. J. Batrr and daughter, Mis
t Lillian, left Wednesday morning fo
a a few month's visit to Georgia. We
s trust they may have a delightfUi
Mrs. Saunders, mother of Mrs. Dr
i Johnson, who has been spending
several days with her d ughter re.
'turned to her home in Hawthonr
t Mrs. Porter and daughter, Mis,
n Alice, who have been visiting here
n for the past three weeks, returned t
e Green Cove Springs Wednsda
d Messrs. Wm. Avent and Joe Riggs
e returned from Jacksonville Thursday
. last, to which place they accompanied
SMr. F. C. Riggs. who there boarded
e thq steamer for Bristol,.Conn.
Miss Ida Whitman made THI
NEWS a pleasant call Isst Saturday
afternoon, and invited us to play cro-
quet, but we. were forced16' decline<
owning to pressure of business,
Mrs. J. E. Tharsher, who has been
Visiting at Dunnellon, with he:
d children retuned home last Thurs
l, day. We trust she had a pleasant
o time and are confident John is glad
w to have them home again.
y Mrs. D. E. Thompson and sister
'e Mrs. Herren, left Tuesday morning
Sfor Gainesville, where they will re
Main until Thursday, when they
will. leave for Charleston, S. C., ti
' spend the summer. We sympathiz
With Davis in his state of semi
r. bachelorhood. He will accompany
Stem as for as Savannah.
- Official Notice.
y The nost-office will be open from
V. to 1i. clock a. in., every Sunday, fo
ir t.he acc'-ow Ciatio. of the public.
AM. C,Av.-vw, P. 51.
We will be taking an inventory of our stock antd are now ready to offer
GREAT BARGAINS IN
PERFm ROACH EXTERMINATOR,
Clean andl Harmless [Except for
the Insects], as it Contains no
Poison, no Offensive Odor, '
To- destroy all. roaches if directions
J. W. CARTER.
A. J. SHUFORD
Full Pnu: i Pa,-ha-red $
Full Half Pout il Packageb by
Mail Po'. t-paid
VM ANUFACTUREDE BY
FLA C RACH EXTERMINATOR
SF. Ao TEAGUEA, C o.,
J. ~~ iKmu 'CO., 8 w OT/C,
-AN 77C 7t eh' e, i 17 lla074c. .
Rellcd' O h't 2 Wphid.,~ rd
<- / ^ *,":,; P11-1Tate i o Baltimore,-
Daily Market Quotations and Stencils,
Call -on us at our P'acking Hous, near the Florida Southern Depot
Prop's Palace Drug-store, Sole Agfs.,
: OCALA, FLORIDA.
ONLY AFrTERNOON PAPER IN JACK-
Makes a specialty of Society and
Hotel Gossip. Latest telegraphic
and local news. The cheapest paper
in the State, and best advertising
medium. By the year. $500; six
months, $2.50; three months, $1.25.
Carter & Russell, Props.
SAn 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, Bronchitis, Catarrh,
Asthma and all throat and Lung
Affe'ctions, also a positive and radic-
cal cure for Nervous Debilliy 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. Actuated by this
motive and a desire to relieve human
suffering, I will send free of charge
to all who desire it, this recipe, in
German, French or 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,
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
ulcers, and when I was sent to phy-
sician in Mobile my entire body was
mass of --,rs-4.. I had given up all
hope, and as a last resort tried P. P.
P. (Prickly Ash, Poke Root and po-
tassium) andjafter 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 cuire.
i ELIZA TODD.
POPULAR DRUG STORE
You will find a Complete Stock of
Drugs, Patent Medicines and Toilet Articles
KEPT IN STOCK ALL TH-E TIME,
-A GOOD ASSORTMENT 'OF-
FRESH GARDEN SEEDS.
We will always keep in stock a Full line of Cigars and Tobacco
E. A. Hacker, Proprietor
THE LARGEST AND MOST COMPLETE ESTAB-
Geo S Hacker & Son
J. II. KUSHMAN.
T. P. WmoSNs.
C. H. KLEINFELTERB
DOORS SASH & BLINDS
MOULDING BOILDTNG MATERIALS
CHAK.LESTON, ,* C.
KUSHMAN, WIGGINS & CO.,
15 WEST FRONT STREET,' CINCINNATI, OHI0.
R, C.o ORAWFORD Agent,
SAVANNAH, EORG -
$2 AND $3 SHOES
have taKen the lead over everything.
They have .become very popular, and
are growing more so efery day.
They are ;
LIGHT, STYLISH, DURABLE,
Come and see them before buying
that we have also a full line of fine
SHOES at moderate prices,
H. T. VAVRERLIN,
Gainesville, Palatka and Tampa.
Through delay in the malls-an im-
portant communication from a
citizen of the county reached us
too late for publication. It will ap-
pear n6xt issue.
S. H. Clifford, New Cassel, Wis.
was troubled with Neuralgia and
Rheumatism, his stomach was dis-
ordered, his Liver vwas aff.ted to an
alarming degree, appetite fell away,
and he was terribly reduced in flesh
and strength. Three bottles of
Electric Bitters cured h im.
Edward. Shepli%, Hfarrishura", Il!.
had a running sore-.u."His leg of
eight years'' standing'. sred thre-
-bottles of Electric Bitrbrs andl seven
boxes of Buclen s Arnic'a (- lve
and his leg is -oiul ,d 1d iu 'in'
Speaker, C'ataw ha. 0., h1a1 five lar
Fever sores oi l i5 Ieg, doctors saiM
he was inou6alile. Ole tt tle Elec-
tric Bitters and one box tBucklen's.
Arnica Salve cured hinpa entirely
Sold by W. W. Johnson &' Co., drug-
Teams carrying some fifty colored
laborers passed through %owun Mon-
day en outefor Williston where they
go to work on the A nibler railroad?
which is being extended to Dunn-
ellon. More men are expected tomor-
The Lone ,Star Dining Room,
Gainesville, Fla., recently opened
opposite Endel Bros., prove- to be a
great convenience to the visitors to
that city. Mr. Culverhouse has an
excellent line of fine VWhiiskies, Beer,
etc., separate, but convenient to the
Lone Star Dining Room.. When you
are in the city give him a eall. (13tf)
For Sale. "
The finest hammock lapds near the
Boardman depot .,, Floridia Southern
R'y, at $25.00 per i:-re. Inquire of
W. L. DITTO,
27tf. Boardman, Fla.
For Sale. 1
One hundred head of'goatA. The
entire lot can be b.,ought at $1.00per'
head. Smaller IIti, some-thing
higher. Ols- "L. FEASTER.
To Watermelon G roWloverl.
.- *, ^.' .
-We wish to work ulfi an interest in
watermelon culture and iun onrdr to:
do this we" will give t year's sub-
se-ripti-n- to-r- *FBwr' thie lalall
wlh I iu;. us t e largetthehtl ripelt
and best iL,.ver.td watermelon, wt:,.to
be the judiel .'. .
Bucklon's' Arnics Salve..t
The best Balve in the world for
Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt,
Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped
Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and: all
Skin Eruptions, and positively cures
Piles, or n0 pay required. Itisgruar-.
anteed to give perfect r .;ti--fation.
or money refunded. Prie :3 c,_.its
, per box. or sale by W. W. Johnson
'/ & Co *
Notice of Dis'oluttimi ftthe Firm
of C.'H, Lord & Co.
S .. OCA'LA, Fla.,4-June 6, 1891.
t We take this method of notifying
you of the dissolution of the above
firm, which took place June 5, Mr.
C. H. Lord retiring fr,,m same. Mr.
E. L. Root, the remaining member,
assumes all liabilities, and hereafter
the business will be conducted under
the firm name of E. L. Root & Co.
!E. L. ROOT & Co.
NEW STORE! NEW GODS ,!
S E C CHITTY
Contractor & Builder,
Wil I contract. and build
complete. Will fur7ish
material to complete
houses, etc., etc.
BRICK WORK AND PLASTERINGG,
Carpenter work. Fur nis
all kinds of materials,
doors, sash, blinds, brick,
lime, etc., at lowest, prices.
Estimates Free of Charge.
ORANGE LAKE., "FLORIDA,
ifyou want 100 cents worth of goods for, a dollar dome to my Cheap
Cash Store, Montgomer block.
W" : R., : ,GCAR T E R
REPAIRING NEATLY DONE ON SHORT NOTICE.
MICANOP Y FLORIDA.
USHUFORD & CARTER,
ORANGE PACKERS and BUYERS,
-AGENXTS FOR- : "' .
CALL AND SEE US,
W. W. JOHNSON & CO.,
L, H. JOHI S0NN PROP,,
Remember my intention is to
please the public, therefore I will
keep nothing but the-best teams, and
am prepared to furnish teams for
driving, draying, etc., at reasonable
rates. Giverme a trial. .
THE VERDICT IS RENDERED THAT
I. HEYMAN'S STORE
Is the place where all the Latest Styles ard. Novelties can be found,
Suitable for the
SPRING AND SUMMER OF 8 891.
We 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 patterns and at ROCK,-
BOTTOM PRICES. To describe the quantities and different qualities of
our styles dress goods would be rimposibll, and we invite you to call
around to our store and we will be pleased to show you our new assortment
of goods. Oar lovel. .. ,. ,
Is in full trim, With an endless variety of Flowers, Wreaths and Ribbons..
Our expert trimmer will trim you the head-gear artistically free of
charge and guarantee satisfaction.
We have recently added to our stock Miles' best hand made ladies' shoes of
best quality, also in Mens' Misses' and Boys' shoes uwe claim to be Head-
quarters. Our general line of goods is complete, wifh Groceries according,
all of which wtoill be sold to you FOR THE LOWEST POSSIBLE1
CASH P ICE. Yours very respectfully,
R. 6Gr HUiNTER,
is' now ready to do all kinds of
Dental work at the lowest prices.
Office over J. C. Mathers' Drug
ONLY OF A DOLLAR
S0ONE FULL YEAR
SAmong the Best of Agricultural Montlilies
and the only one of' FirstWClass Quality, that
costs so little. Don't lose a number,' but
end your. 25 CENTS at once to the
AGENTS WANTI9O9 W lTE FOR TERM
-w ASTH MA.
Dot^ ^ ^S^ViMf~^
LYMAN'S PAT. RIFLE SIONT$
Are Unequalled both for HuntL;-g aid
Send for Cafalogno A, Rsifwhng Sighit, nnid
Rifles of latest design. Address:
WM. LYMAN, Middlefield, Ch
For Rifles, Pistols 0 Shot bns.
RELOAD YOUR SHELLS oe3fii ,Z
AND SAVE MONEY.
CONTAINING VALUABLE INSTRUCTIONS ON
HOW TO PREPARE YOUR OWN AMMUNITION.
IDEiL MFG. CO., Box G, New Rayon, Ct.
.... I- We w"Ilend 0 | I ton
i I". I]**anyaddross~pO.t P|fM
S'f,_fi : W' ^ paid, a complete fLMII,'
'A-"-6--" Tsetofplansready ......
.diH ISI Ll tohbuIldfrom for25cts.lnstamps.
rlg :_.i __1.; Simply mention this paper and
P-S^-.. -- "I numbered rooms desired.. Send
for our monthly book, TheNational Builder,4145C.;
"(oiur book, "Beautiful Homes," 25c. Write for
,.Gns. We can save you fifty dollars when
A,,dremg THE NATIONAL BUILDEB,
Building, Chicago, .!lL SATBTHIS A
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TheTropical Trunk Line
J., T. & K.W. System.
Schedule in Effect May 3, 1891. Central Standard Time.
GOING SOUTH R]AD DOWN STATIONS GOING NORTH READ UP
S* t + *
....... 4 00 pr 12 15 inm 8 50r bn IA Ji (lro.,ille.Ai 6 60 fcn, 12,1,5 5nm 6 10rm ........ ..
........... 5 ATpm I n 94SM r C r! Ceif 1,g L 5 4'5 pm
............. 74 40pr o 5 1 -,m 10 45am 4 al a.. 4 2 114 (0 r 4 CO P .....
....... ... V 30 pom 3 (2 .............. ... .^ ii'.... '" 05 we 9 46 am .......... .....
.......... .. ...... 4 40 pm ......... 1.. IejLand.... ........... 7 45 sm ........... .. .....
........... 1 22 pm 4 06 pm .......... L Orii Cily .7 1 49 m 8 35 am .......... ..........
... .. .... 12 15 am 4 40 pm .............. .....Sanford..... 1 15am 7 55am ....... ........
.......... ......... t4 40 pm ......... .. .Enterprise.. ......... 7 53 am ............ .. .....
........ ... ........ t6 40 pm ........... ....Titusville .... ............. 6 f0 am ........ .........
........ .. ............ +6 50 pm ............. .., Tavares.... ,............. 5 30 am ............. .........
............ .......... :. 5 52 pm ........... .....Orlando ...... 50pm 645 am...........
...... ................ 6 223 pm .... R iss-immee.. 11 10pm 6 00 am ..........
......... ......... 8 20pm .......... ....Barrow .... 6 50pro ........ ......... .. ....
......... ......... 8 65 5l m, ............. .... "n .... 8 25 p m' .... ..... ...., ...
.... ..... .............. 7 35 am ......... i... i :... I .....................
.... ... ........ l r *(* r, .... ... .. T i l I(-u Tv 42 (0 I ... .. ............. ...........
............2 00 pm 10 155am Lv..Palatka ....... Ar ........... 1050 am 3 50 pm ...... ....
.. .......... 2 37p 11 35 am .Interlacben Lv ............ 1010 am 3 0o pm ........
...3... 19 pm 12 11am ...Hawthorn.'" .............. 9 33 am 2 34 pm .............
5 3 40...5..2330pm 5l2 pm ..Rochell ...... ........... "10 am 2 10pro ........ ..
.. 5 pm' 745pm 110 pm ...Gainesville. 9 40 am 8 00 am 1 30pm ...........
.......... 900pm 437pm. 117pm ..OrangeLake" 5 45 am 833am 129pm.
5 30pm 2 13pm ".Ocala ......... ". 7 40am 12 % pm ...........
7 10pm 407pm .Leesburg... "............ 6 10aam 10 38 am ............
............ ........... 18 35pm 5 35pro ...Pemberton ............ ............ 9 10 am .......
............ ........ 19 30pr 6 30pn Brooksville ............. ............ 8 15am ...........
............. .......... 8 30 pi ............ ". stis ....... ... .. ............ .8 58 am .. ....
........... ......... 8 55 pm ............. ..Tavares ..... ............. .......... 835 am .......... .
*Daily. +Daily except Sunday. ISunday oaiv.-
Trains leave Jacksonville at 8Osm end Iiji-il f. aq1 4 00 in. srf 6ilv t(iT((:5K(,-'F*(D nvi)
INDIAN RIVER STEAMTIOAT COMPANY
STEAMERS Leave Titusville asfollows: 6P PD. rinly eAcet.t Sunrisy, for -,O'}lt-rurre aB
way landinrps,7 am. Mondav only, through boat for Jupiter. Leave Melbour t lor Jupite
on Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 130 pm. I
CONNECTIONS-At Jacksonville with diverging lines north, east and west. At Orangc
City Junction for Orange City, Smyrna and Lake Helen; at Jupiter with J. & L. W. R'y for
Lake Worth; at Sanford with 0. B. R'y for Oakland, Tar-,on Springs3, Clearwater and taulf
Coast points;. and with South FloridaR. R. for Winter Park,.Maitland, etc; at Tampa with
Plant Steamah) Line for Key West, Havana and Mobile, and for Manatee River points;
Punta Gorda with steamers for Key West, Havana,Punta Rassa., St. Janos City and it.$ Myir2
Pullman Palace Buffet Sleeping Cars on through fast mail traina daily between New Ybork
and Tampa without change. ,
For information regarding rates routes and sleeping-car accomm-odation, write or call
H H. NUDONALD. TicjKet Ageant, Uaion Depot, Palatka, F o
R B. CABLE, L ) u. Aftri,
generalal Mauager. v Gm (I)A Pa, Xz;"
-=-~aae~sa~---- i;P-S-~4~55~fB~s~- I~LI~
I I ~ cC I C, ~PrPeL~ ~- I -
ar,, ,,, *, ig for an extension of at
"tind ,,.i\ iits land grants to Ocala, in
M1aio-i county, and Tavares, in Lake
An act to fix the pay of members, of-
ficers and attaches of the Legislature of
A. D. 189L
An act to prescribe the time of holding
the terms of the circuit court in the
Fourth judicial circuit. -
An act defining usurious contracts andl
prescribing penalties and forfeitures of
An act making atheists, agnostics and
.persons who do. not believe in the doc-
trine of future rewards and punishment
competent witnesses and providing pen-
alties f6r testifying falsely.
An act to define the manner in which
entrances to certain public buildings
shall be constructed.
An act to keep in repair all the publi(.
roads and bridges, and to open new roads
in the county of Orange.
An act for the protection and preserva-
tion of certain plume birds in this State
An act to amend section 1 of act enti
tied "an act to incorporate the Fernqn-
) dina Street and Suburban Hailway Co."
An act fixing and regulating the tImE
s for holding the terms of the circuit cour
in and for the Third judicial district o
the State of Florida.
An act to amend an act entitled "au
act to establish the municipality of Key
West and provide for its government and
prescribe its jurisdiction and rowers.'
n An act to incorporate tlte Chipola anm
Chippewa Lake Railroad Compary.
r An act to incorporate the Lakeland
Mohawk and Tavares Railroad Compan:
' and to grant lands to the same.
V An act to limit and fix the boundarie
of the town of Eustis, in Lake county
f An act declaring the town.of St. Leo
- in the county of Pasco, State of Florida
t 1o be a legally incorporated town.
An act to amend chapter 3,124., Liw
n of Florida, so as to authorize both hus
- band and wife to testify in civil action
- in which either may be interested.
An act providing for the forfeiture c
- the franchises, grants, rights, privileges
licenses and immunities in certain cases
Joint resolution in relation to the do
f nation of certain swamp and overflowe
e lands to the Seminole Indians in Soutl
3. An act to amend sections 4, 6, 7 an
[. 10 of an act to amend an act to provide
)f for the appointment of county beards o
health in and for the several counties o
s- the State of Florida and to define thei
d powers, being chapter 3,859, Laws 0
)f Florida, approved June 7, 1889.
An get to provide for establishin
g working, repairing, maintaining the pu
h lie roads and bridges of the sever;
t- counties of this- State. and to provide
)r penal r, s for failupo thereof.
An n<'t to rescribe a form for warrant
1i de ,ecs o ,X-onveyarce to lands.
i; i :\n ,\ regulate the comnnuance (
Cr*I,i:i;j .,,ses by the prosecutor.
No A, ,ei t,) authorize and regulate th
selling of pools in this State.
n An act to repeal chapter 3,856, ent
l- tied "ar ct to establish a bureau (
le iminigratiou for the State of Florida.
it An, act to provide for the levy (
d taxes for the years 1891 and 1893.
g An act to incorporate the Lake Cit
1- and Albion Railway, Company and t
7- grant certain lands to aid in the coc
struction of said railway.
o An act to declare the Santa Fe rive
ss navigable and to fix a penalty for ol
te structing the same.
e Au act to provide for a board (
t- phosphate commissioners and an in
At ,pentor of phosphates, and to defia
n thei r duties and authority to grant tb
te right to mine phosphates in the bee
e of the navigable waters of the St'ate (
d Florida, upon certain conditions, an
to prohibit persons from unlawfull
e-" mining the same.
]2 Au act to incorporate the Tavarei
Atlantic and'Tampa Railroad Co.
)f A joint ,resolution requesting th
Congress of the United States to grar
)f pensions to the survivors of the Sem
Y nole Indian wars of 1835-40 and 1857 5(
n An act to confer upon the Georgi
n Southern and Florida Railroad COTn
pany, a corporation existing under th
n laws of Georgia, certain powers, right
a- and privileges, .
e An act to grant certain public land
- and the proceeds thereof to aid in th,
Establishment and maintenance ofi
* Confederate soldiers' and sailors harm
iin the State of Florida. -~
t An act requiring conductors of train
f having physicians en route to visit pa
, tients as passengers on their trains to
stop at regular and flag stations forithe
physicians to get off the train, and to
provide penalties for refusing to stop-
An act to amend an act to provide for
and encourage the organization of a
corps of volunteer militia and enforce
An act granting to the city council
of the city of Tampa authority to grade
and pave the streets of said city and to
assess the cost thereof to the owners of
An actto amend Section 31 of an act
entitled "an act to provide for the regis-
tration of legally qualified voters in the
several counties in this state, and to pro-
vide for elections generally and for the
returns of elections," approved June 4,
An act regarding sentences in crimi-
An act to declare the anniversary of
the birth of Jefferson Davis a legal holi-
An act to provide for the payment of
attorneys' fe' s in garnishment before
justices of the peace and county judges-
An act regulating the fees of the clerk
of the supreme court. *
An ac-t to legalize the assessment and
jvevies of tixeJ for the years 1887, 1888,
1889 and 189'0 by the city of Jackson-
An act to incorporate the Florida
Loan and Trust company.
An act to-amend an act to incorpor-
ate the city of St. Augustine, Chapter
3972, Laws of Florida.
An act for the relief of B. R. Pitt, A.
Rich, T. W. Hutchins en, T, E Ri Iar
would require every farm product offer-
f ed lor sale to be labeled with printed
e labels, as well as necessitate every drug
o store to attach a printing office thereto
c and print and paste on every prepare
e tion its ingredients, which the governor
" does not think a wise provision.]
The Vanilla industry.
From, the Palatka Herald.
Within the past year or two interest
d in this important industry has revived
somewhat and last year snug little sums
- were accumulated in gathering it from
s our flat woods and lowlands, where it
grows in abundance, by country people
mostly. Years ago, when this country
was settling up, very good wages were
, made from picking and curing this herb,
and many people turned their attention
to this work rather than orange culture.
a A fast picker could then earn from $3 to
Y $4 per day: but aa so many laborers
e gathered it for a livelihood, and the sup-
ply exceeded the demand, it depreciated
in value until now only a few cents can
d be realized per day. It is used princi-
n pally in the manufacture of tobacco,
and all that is gathered in this section is
0 brought to Palatka, where it is disposed
of to local buyers who bale and ship i
a to different markets.
s. Modern Improvements.
At The drainage of the everglades ol
i- Florida by capitalists is one of the great
s est agricultural.triumphs.of recent times
1, These everglades were an apparently
)r hopeless morass, only a little above th(
sea level, and yet enough above it s
that'he land can be effectually drained
BThere are two parts to the everglades
one considerably higher than the other
n but both can be made good land. The
it work began in 1881,when a large amoun
:f of these submerged lands were 'given t<
e- the Florida Improvement Company. A
," a cost of fifty cents per acre the riches
id and best land in Florida has been re
claimed. Bananas grow her*'in greatest
s- luxuriance,, and the sugar cane grow
n seven years from one setting, as it doe
v- in Cuba, instead of having to be planter
every year or two as is the case in Louis
ie iana. The reclamation of the everglade
id is evidence of the profitableness of drain
is ing on a scale too large for individual
to attempt. The entire state of Florid,
il- will be enormously benefited by this im
ie prbvement, and it can probably well af
id ford the profit it gives to the norther:
ie capital that made it possible. Reclaime,
n- swamp lands are always the most fertile
and those reclaimed in Florida are nov
of held at $25 per acre and originally wort)
he BRAVE YOUNG BROKAW.
Trying to Save a Young ]Lady He 1
le Drowned In the Surf.
in ELBERON, N. J., June 30.-,Frederic]
Brokaw, the eldest son of Isaac V
of Brokaw, a New York clothier, wa
of drowned here this afternoon while
id trying to rescue Annie Doyle, th
he dressing maid of Mrs. Simon Hess, als
9, of New York. The girl also drowned
10 Young Brokaw's parents were upoi
of the beach and witnessed their son'
heroic death. Three servant girls while
ri- bathing got beyond their depth, an,
k- young Brokaw and his friend, Dr. Fer
ris, of Philadelphia, went to their res
he cue. Dr. Ferris nearly lost his life als
and"his recovery is doubtful. All o
of the party except Miss Doyle and youn.
ot Brokaw had been gotten into a sur
a- boat, but the boat upset and all had,
in second hard struggle for life.
Another boat finally rescued all ex
ie cept Brokaw and Miss Doyle.
,One of Moat's Bombs.
t- NEW BEDFORD, MASS., June 30.-O0
Memorial day the anarchists in thi
of city had a jollification at the farm of,
Bohemian named Mastala, "who live
T. at the extreme north end of the city
on which occasion Johann Most, no\
a-serving sentence in New York Stat
was present. When the family of Mas,
eyetala proceeded to clean the house
,which had been occupied by the visit
ors, an eight-year old son found in
match safe a dynamite bomb.
It was shown to the fifteen-year-oh
tosister' by the lad and while she was ex
e- amining its structure it exploded, tear
ing the flesh of the girl's left hand si
ct badly that it will be necessary to am
*d putate the ends of all four fingers an(
is the thumb. The boy was knocke(
senseless and another daughter, wh(
f was standing close by, had the flesh o
one hand badly lacerated.
n A Good Days' Work.
Weakness of itself ]s not a disease. Ji
r is, however, a most -distressful symp
tom. Alas, how many wearily drag
themselves about, every effort giving
e them distress, existing without any of
n the pleasurable sensations of robust
health. Are you in this condition?
Why? There is no excuse for feeling
( mean and miserable. ' Remove the cause
of you distress, which undoubtedly is ar
r state of blood impurity and a disordered
f system. How? Why by doing -as oth-
ers have done.
- G. W. Chandler, Red Fork, Ark.,
- writes: I was so weak that it was only
I with great effort that I could do any-
thing. I used several bottles of Botanic
Blood Balm and can now do a good day's
"Able t3 do a good day's work!" Is
there not something sweet and refresh-
ing in that expression? Strength to do
this or that. Strength that is only over-
come by natural fatigue. Strength that
when expended is by rest and nature
fully renewed. Such will be your re-
ward if you give B, B. B. a trial.
H. B. Randolph. Brunswick, OSa.,
writes: "I was under the care of nine
different doctors, but not on,! did m
the good that Botanic Blood Balm has
Baltimore Orange Market.
REPORTED BY WM. BAKER, )
Fruit Commission Merchant,
105 S. Calvert St., Baltimore, Md
MAY 25, ?91.-Florida oranges about
out of market. What few arrive, sell
quick at good prices, say $3.50 to $5.00.
Florida tomatoes $2.00 to $3.50. Cu-
cuhmbers $2,50 $3.00. Potatoes $4.50 to
Fruit, truck and lands for sale or ex-
change. Send for a copy of the Flori-
da Home Journal.
E. RuMlEY, Keuka, Fla.
Abbott's East Indian Corn Paint
Eradicates 'Corns, Bunions and Warts
where other remedies fail.
There is' some consolation to those
who "never had the field but are con-
tent to live." However, those who want
the earth fail.
A Disfigured Countenance.'
Many people who would scarcely
notice an armless or legless man, will'
instantly detect and remark on any
blemish of the human face, and dive in-
to all sorts of speculations as to its cause
and attendant circumstances. If you
doubt this assertion become possessed of
a discolored optic and note how much
attention it will invite. A black eye is
generally avoidable, but blotches, pim-
ples and other scrofulous and eruptive
marks steal upon us without warning
and are frequently the first intimation
of the fact that our blood is going
wrong. A prompt and systematic use
of P. P. P. (Prickly Ash, Poke Root and
Potassium), will purify the blood,
cleanse he skin and give back to the
face nature's familiar, ruddy signs of
health. Get it of your druggist.
Deafness Can't be Cuied
by local applications, as they cannot
reach the diseased portion of the ear.
There is only one way to cure deafness,
and that is by constitutional remedies.
Deafness is caused by an inflamed con-
dition of the mucous lining of the Eus
tachian Tube. When this tube gets in-
flamed you have a rumbling sound or
imperfect hearing, and when it is en-
tirely closed, Deafness is the result, and
unless the inflammation can be taken
out and this tube restored to its normal
condition, hearing will be destroyed for-
ever; nine cases out of ten are caused by
catarrh, which is nothing but an in-
flamed condition of the mucous sur-
We will give One Hundred Dollars for
any case of Deafness (caused by catarrh)
that we cannot cure by taking Hall's
Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars, free.
F. J. CHENEY & CO. Toledo, 0.
Sold by druggists, 75 cents,
NEWNANSVILLE, FLA., June 5, 1891.
Mfessrs. Lippman Bros, Savannah,.Ga
Dear Sirs:-I wish to give my testi-
monial in regard to your valuable med-
icine, P. P. P., for the cure of Rheum-
atism, Neuralgia, Dyspepsia, Bilious-
In 1868, I was attacked with Bilious
Muscular Rheumatism and have been a
martyr to it ever since. I tried all the
medicines I ever heard of, all the doctors
in reach, but I found only temporary
relief; the pains were so bad at times
that I did not care whether I lived or
died. My digestion became so impaired
that everything 1 ate disagreed with
me. My wife also suffered so intensely
with dyspepsia that her life was a bur-
den to her, she would be confined to her
bed for weeks at a time, she also suf-
sered greatly fr im giddiness and loss of
Some time in March I was advised to
take P. P. P.,, and before We (my wife
and I) had finished t.he second bottle of
P. P. P., our digestion began to improve.
My pains subsided lso much that ,I have
been able to work and am feeling like
doing that which I haven't done before
in a number of years. We will continue
taking P. P. P., until .we are entirely
cured, and will cheerfully recommend it
to all suffering humanity
Yours very respectfully,
je16-tf J. S. DUPRISS.
son, P. M Pritchett and E, G. Quina.
An act to amend Sections 4, 6 and 7 of
3 an act entitled "an act to provide for thE
recovery of lost timber and lumber, t(
provide for the appointment of a public
custodian of the same and to prescribE
his powers, duties and compensation,'
approved May 31, 1889.
A joint resolution proposing an amend
ment to the constitution of the state o:
f Florida. .
An act relating to persons convicted
I in municipal courts and their employ
- ment upon the streets and public workE
t of municipalities.
An act to regulate the inspection and
sale of beef and to repeal Chapter 361.3
Laws of Florida, also Chapter 3897.
s An act to incorporate the Homosasso
and Withlacoochee Railroad company;
; and to grant certain lands to aid in thi
s construction of said railroad.
An act to prescribe the times an(
places for holding the circuit courts ii
. the Sixth judicial circuit.
An act to enable the city of Tampa b
levy certain taxes, and to provide for i
" more complete assessment of the prop
e erty of said city for municipal purposes
t An act to amend Section 2 of an ac
I entitled "an act tp amend an act en
titled 'an act to abolish the corporation
n of the towns of Tampa and North Tampa
y to provide a municipal government fe
d -the city of Tampa and to de9Lnu^hI
M undaries thereof.' "
dJ& An act to protect public bridge
injury by floating logs and drifts."
1, An act to amend an act entitled "a
y act to revoke and abolish the present
municipal government of the city o
s Palatka in certain respects and to re
r, organize a city government therefore,
approved May 31, 1889, and to eaten
)7 the powers of the government thereof.
t, An act to revoke and abolish the prek
ent municipal government ot the tow
s of Lakeland and to organize a city gov
s- ernment for the said town.
is An act to prEscribe the po ers of th
boards of commissioners of pilotage an
)f port wardens in and for the ports of th
s. An act to continue the rights, privi
3- eges, powers,franchises and grants of tt
A Florida Midland and Georgia Railroa
h company, and to extend thle t mefor tt
completion of the railroad of said con
e An act to amend Sections 4 and 5 c
3f an act entitled an act to regulate tt
)f sale of liquors, wines and beer in tt
ir state of Florida by uhe boards of count
Dof commissioners of the several counties.
An act to define the boundary of tl
g county of Polk and to repeal all laws i
tb conflict with the same.
al An act to provide for the collection (
ie taxes assessed under and in pursuances
an act to provide for the assessment an
by collection of taxes on railroads and tl
properties thereof for the years 187
of 1880, and 1881, as >o which there was D
assessment, being Cbapter 3558, Laws(
An act for the better prevention of r
i- ots and mobs, and providing for checl
of, ing and suppressing the same.
An act making appropriations for tl
of East Florina seminary.
An act to legalize the incorporation (
*y the town of Oakland in the county ,
to Orange, and to declare the incorpor
t- lion of the town of Oakland valid and i
full force and effect.
r A joint resolution providing for t]
b- equitable distribution o' the fund prove
ded for the more complete endowmner
of and support of the colleges for the ben
I- fit of agriculture and the mechanic art
le An act to establish a criminal court (
ie record in the county of Volusia, Fla,
Is An act for the relief of William I
)f Trimmer, Superintendent 'of Registr
d tion of Escambia county.
ly An act in relation to obtaining mon(
or any personal property under fall
s, promises or for violation of contrac
and providing penalties therefore. ',,
e An act relating to jurors.
lt An act requiring railroad companies 1
i- fence their tracks, and providing rein,
8 dies against them for failure to do so.
a An act to repeal an act entitled an a(
:leto provide for the regulation of railroad
freight and passenger tariffs in th:
An act to enact the revised statutes
sthe state of Florida, and to provide fc
e the printing, sale and distribution:
e An act to amend Section 1 of Charte
3964, L~a -vs of- Florida.
s An act to extend and enlarge thi
boundaries and the municipality know]
J as Ocala, in Marion county, Fla.
e An act to incorporate the Atlantic and
) Gulf Canal company of Florida.
A concurrent resolution, requesting
senators and members of the house ol
representatives of Florida in the congress
ot the United States to urge an appro-
priation by congress for improving and
deepening the bar of St. Augustine.
An act to authorize Duval county to
improve the navigation ot the St. Johns
river, and to issue bonds in aid thereof.
An act to extend the time for the con-
struction of the Alabama, Florida and
Atlantic rail vay.
The following bills left in his hands
at the adjournment of the legislature
haye boen vetoed by the governor:
An Pct providing for the redemption
of real estate sold for debt under execu-
tion or under a decree or judgment in a
court of 3hancery. [Because it would
cause the withdrawal of money which
can now be secured by mortgage on real
estate and would hasten the foreclosure
of all such mortgages, thereby working
injuriously upon both the borrowrro and
lenders of money.]
An act to amend an act entitled "an
act to amend Section 1 of an act making
the Alafia river in Hillsboro county~a
navigable stream." [Because it would
take away from the State rights which
she holds upon the phosphates in the bed
of said river under already existing
laws, and would declare the river nol
navigable when it is a well known fact,
that it is navigable.]
An act to prevent adulteration in food
and medical products. [Because it
A LIST OF LAWS ENACTED
THE ENTIRE WORK OF THE FLORIDA
-LEGISLATURE OF 1891.
ome Bills Vetoed by Governor Fleming
Since the Adjournmenrt of the Legisla-
ture and the Reasons Therelor--This
,List Will be Handy for Reference
Following is a complete and correct
list-of all the bills passed by the Legisla-
ture of 1891 and approved by the Gov.
An act to supply deficiencies in the
appropriations for the years 1889 and
An act relating to the issuing of sub-
pcenas .and other processes in causes
where the State of Florida is % party.
An act to continue the rights, privil-
eges. powers, franchises and grants of
the Carrabelle, Tallahassee and Georgia
An act to revoke and abolish the pres-
ent municipal government of the city of
Gainesville, in certain respects, and tc
reorganize a city government therefore,
An act to legalize the location of the
county seat of Dade county, Florida.
An act to authorize the county com-
missioners of the county of Dade t(
make a new division of said county int(
county commissioners' districts.
An act to amend section 2 of an act
approved February 28, 1883, entitled "an
act to prescribe a mode whereby coun-
ties may erect courthouses and othel
An act to empower the Governor
Treasurer and Comptroller to borrow
money for State purposes.
An act to continue the rights, privil
eges, powers, franchises and grants of
the Suwannee and Gulf Railroad Com-
pany, and to extend the time for thE
. completion of the same.
An act to amend section 4 and section
8 of an act entitled "an act to mcorpo
rate the West Florida and Alabama Rail
road Company," approved May 30, 1889
An act to authorize the sale of real es
tate belonging to foreign lunatics.
An act for the relief of persons con
fined in insane asylums in the State o
Florida, by placing the inmates of insan,
asylums under the protection of the law
by securing to them their postal rights
An act for the relief of William H-
Bigham, sheriff in and for the county o
An act for the relief of persons imprie
oned for the non-payment of fines anm
costs of c-drt, imposed by sentence o
any of the courts of this State.
An act to prohibit officers from bidding
for or entering into any contract whict
they are or may be interested in the let
ting of, and prescribing a penalty fe
An act rogula tipg appeals from m'
nicipal and recorders' courts in thi
An act for the preservation of wil
deer, birds and other game.
An act to amend an act entitled "a
act to grant lands to the Western Rail
way Company of Florida, to aid in th
construction ot a railroad from a point
at the western terminus of the railroad
constructed by the Green Cove Sprin
and Melrose RailroadI Company to Me]
rose, with branches- to Stark and Haw
A joint resolution accepting the appro
priation and trusts of the act of Congres
entitled "an act to credit and pay to th
several States and Territories and to th
District of Columbia all moneys collect
ed under the direct tax levied by the a<
of Congress approved August 5, 1861,;' i
full satisfaction of the claim of the Star
of Florida therefore, and to authorize th
Governor to pay claimants under sat
ville, ex-treasurer for the county of Poll
and State of Florida,
An act to prohibit the leaving open c
pits outside of inclosures.
An act to legalize the incorporation 0
the town of Orange Park, in the count,
of Clay, and to declare the incorp ratio
of the town of Orange Park valid and i]
full force and effect.
An act to amend an. act entitled "ai
act to provide'for the appointment ofi
board, of examiners and to regulate thi
practice of dentistry in the State of Flor
ida,' the same being chapter 3,711 of th<
Laws of Florida, approved June 7, 1887
An act to amend an act entitled "ar
act to change the terms of the circuit
court of the Second -judicial circuit of
the State of Florida," approved June 7,
An act to amend an act entitled "an
act to protect the interests of farmers,
planters and others," .chapter 3,012, ap-
proved February 17, 1877.
An act to enforce the payment of taxes
by bankers and brokers.
A joint resolution directing and em-
powering the Attorney-General to- insti-
tute legal proceedings to compel settle-
ment of indebtedness to the State by dif-
ferent railroad and canal companies.
An act to amend an act entitled "an
act to incorporate and enlarge the pow-
ers of the Florida Fruit Exchange," ap-
provedMay 31, 188-7..
An act defining "the liabilities of rail-
road companies in certain cases.
An act to incorporate the Florida,
Jeorgie and Western Railway Company
and to grant certain lands to aid in the
construction of said railway.
An act entitled '"an act to incorporate
the Arcadia, Gulf Coast and Lakeland
Railroad Company and to grant lands to
An' act to prohibit the sale and dispos-
ing of cigarettes, Amokettes and cigar
ette paper to persons under 18 years of
An act to confer police powers on all
conductors in charge of passenger trains
on the railroads in this State.
An act making appropriations for the
expenses of the State government for
ninemonths of the year 1891 and for the
year 188,, and for eix months of the
An act relating to the Blue Springs,
Orange City and Atlantic Railroad Co.
Kansas City ....... ,......Monday, June 1. 1:?0 pm
Tallahassee ....Wednesday, June 3, o3:00 am
Nacoochee ................... Friday, June 5, 4:30 am
Chattahoochee ....... Saturday, june 6, 6:00 pm
Cityof Augusta .... Monday, June 8, 7:00 pm
City of Birmingham,Wed'day June 10, 8:30 am
Kansas City,...... .. ....... Friday, June 12, 10:00 am
Tallahassee ...... ... Saturday, June 13,11:00 am
Nacoochee ....... ......... Monday, June 15,12.30 pm
Chattahoochee... Wednesday, June 17, 2:00 pm
City of Augusta .......... Friday, Jame 19, 4:00 pm
A City of Birmingham,Sat'rday, June 20, 4:30 pm
'Kansas City.._........ Monday, June 22, 6:00 am
'Tallahassee.. .....Wednesday, June 24, 7:00 am
City of Savannah.. ... Friday, June 26, 9:00 am
Savannah 'to Boston.
Gate City ...............Thursday, June 4, 4:00 pnm
City ol Macon....... Thursday, June 11, 9:<0 am
Gate City ........... Thursday, June 18, 3:00 pm
City.,of Macon ....... Thursday. June 25, 8:00 am
Savannah to Philadelphia.
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Dcssoug .................. Thursday, June 4, 3:30 pm
Dessong .......... ....Sunday, June 14,11:30 am
Dcssoug ............... Wednesday, June 24, 6:30 pm.
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