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"Blow your own horn."
D.E. Thompson, editor.
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Title: The Tuskawilla news
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Language: English
Publisher: Thompson & Ruhl
Place of Publication: Micanopy Fla
Creation Date: July 9, 1891
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JOTH W. AHL RY. PPestdet. *. JI BAU, v loe -sident. i


THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK rKr


ways on hand. No delay or unnecessary expense.
Authorized Oapital, $200,000.00
Paid up Capital 100,800.00
SURPLUS, $17,000.00
Not Incorponxte-d Undote Act of 1889.


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FIRST NATIONAL BANE


O, OCALA.


E. BAIRD & CO.,E

HARDWARE & STOVES &


House Furnishing Goods,.


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HARNESS and SADDLERY.
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Paints, Oils and Glass. Nails, Mil
Supplies. All kinds of Tin & Sheet
Iron Works. Piping for water
and wells promptly and saft-
isfactorially done.
On West Side of Court Houre Square.
AIVif, t t : : FLORIDA


OOQALA NOVELTY WORKS

XALLETT" & CO.,

nuoeasowis to Ywige hud., & Cu.)

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Patrota RBome lidutsy I

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Raw Boat% Bail Boat and OanMOoel
every size and desription
PRIee from $85.00 up, aeowrding
quality
BOAS AND STEAM LAUNO[M
BUILT TO ORDER.
Berta' Clay Conty. elworatiCL
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Plarehame of U =and save timn #Ad


DEAFNESS.


S~as o0rs, M u~iteg BrackU~ ts:
Casings, Flooring, Ceiling, Tui. 1rig.
SOQQLL SAWING O01 ALL KIND3 A SPEOIALTT
Agents for Averili's Plita., d 4 il crd.
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Ocala Advertisements.





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Silver and Plated
OPI''ICA, L GOODS. GOLD PE
All kinds of work done in the best manner.
F'RED G. B. WIHRE, Oc


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S Of Gainesville, Fla.

Capital. $50,000
Surplus and Undivided Profits $15,000
Does exclusively a banking business, with equal (facilities to any bant.
the State, Solicits the amounts of Farmers, Merchants, Corporationsr
Interest allowed on time dodte. All bualn,;*q transaeled promptly"
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UNDERTAKING-


Burial Supplies, Wood and Metalic

CASKETS.
Thhht lne Is full and complete. Undertakit6 department, open day and
lht. Telegraph orderswill receive prompt attention, either day or nDih
WIl person lly attend funerals in any part of the aonnty.
M. a.e(,r o'1,'NOaN,
8ms Manager, Undertaker and Bml@d
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Pa&dup Capital 0O.
Authorized Capital -0 $1t,00.00
Surplus and Undivided Profits $ 6,0m
E.W. AGnw, President; LW. IH.,COUC, Vie-Pealgent
A. MclOrBMYCashier.


Fully Equipped for Every Kin f


Legitimate Banking.

H the L le, Laret Line of Deot, d does the.
oainm y .ank in Mario County. We Bo it ywir, bank aov 6 &a4
all bua mIn our Am and guarantee satisfaction.


BLOW YouR


PWRDY 6 RUNL, Pubnshers,


were sent to Jacksongille, Sanford
and other points, but up to this
writing no clue that may lead to his
arrest has developed.-
In the columns of the Record there
appeared, several weeks past, a no-
tice of the issue of a marriage license
or the marriage of Mr. Driggers to
Miss Driggers, Lake county people.
The license has been returned to the
County Judge's office unexecutedd."
It appears that Judge Jordon Drig-
gers, father of the intended bride,
served notice on young Driggers
that as long as buckshot would fly
and powder would burn, he could
noftmarry his daughter, and to the
young man the notice was sufficient
warning.
Taytor County Banner.
The first bowl of cotton that we
have seen this year, was presented
by Mr. John O. Boatright, of Lake
Joe.
A rattlesnake with five rattles was
discovered behind the kerosene tank
in Mr. Gornto's old store a few days
ago, by an old colored man who was
sent in there to draw kerosene.


..


CULLED FROM OUR EXCHANGES IN
CONDENSED -FORM.
tems of Little or No Interest, but Rappea-
Itgs all the Same, in Different Parts of
lhe State.


South iFlorida Home, St. Petersmburg,
The U, S. buoy tender, Katie Put
namin, came in Thursday last and go
the pile-driver to drife some piling in
repairing the beacons down the bay
We need more poultry raisers in thi
vicinity. Grown chickens sell at 50e
each and eggs at 25c. per dozen an
our merchants have to send off for eggs
now.
The old "stand-by," the guava, Is
late putting in its appearance this
season, but there is one consolation
about it, when it does come it stays
with us until spring.
J. F. Bedford sold his handsome lit
*' tie cottage on Sixth avenue Tuesday
to R. W. Easly, of Tampa, for $1,800.
Mr. Bedford will build another cottage
at once.
The same gale that capsized the boal
containing G. A, Miller and Win.
Lumpkins S tturday evening capsized
the large sloop of T. W. Lyles. He
and his son were coming up with a
load of shell when the squall struck
and capsized their boat. They were
just this side of Big Bayou and quite
a distance out. The boat went to the
bottom and it was with the greatest
difficulty Mr. Lyles reached shore with
his son.
Plant City Courier.
The entire plant of the Homeland
Pebble Phoiphate Company, located in
Polk county, w as destroyed by tre on
Wednesday of last week. The company
sla making arrangement to rebuild at
once.
"- The orange groves generally through
this section are looking decidedly 0e)^
Sin -e the rainy season has set in the trees
have put on a rich .foliage of green. The
prospects are also very favo able for
good, large crop of oranges the present
year.
Pensacold, Jiurnal.
Charles McKeever, of Walton county,
wis brought to the city under arrest
last night by Deputy United States Mar-.
shql G. W. Arras.. McKeever is charged
.-with committing extensive timber dep-
redations on three sections of govern-
a. ment lands He had a hearingbufore
--.(finted States Commissioner Potter this
",Perhing. afi- in default of $5000 bond
+ r',iIti ired vascommitted to jail.
Lart crowds were gathered around
the display window of the Bank Ex-
chanme to-day examining with great in-
terest a very curious plant which 'Hap-
py" Din Bergin had just received from
Psoressor Turin, who has lately returned.
from a trip to Madigascar. This curi-
ous plant is known as the "Madagascar
S Time Plant," aind is said to live the ex-
act age of 100 years. The plant is cov-
ered *ith a silky moss which bears a
striking resemblance to the hair of an
old man. Dan is very proud of his new
possession.
St. Augustine Pre.Qs.
We learn that a number of gentlemen
are interesting themselves in the formi-
tion of a nqw cemetery association.. An
eligible site can be procured, and as soon,
as the fiecessary arrangements can be
made, the company will file articles of
incorporation. It is claimed that the
charges at the New Augustine cemetery
are exhorbitant and that there are re-
strictions to which owners of lots decid-
edly object. It is also proposed if such
an arrangement, can be made to have
the new cemetery used by catholics and
protestants alike by dividing it into two
sections separated by a fence or row of
tr ees.
Another movement towards the con-
struction of a street railway has been
made. We learn that parties are willing
to build two miles of road according to
provisions of a city ordinance, and will
"xtend the road inany direction when-
ever, they are convinced that it will pay
to do s). These gentlemen are said to
mean business, and it is hoped that no
obstacles will be thrown in their way.
The people want a street railway and
should have one. /
Volusia County'Record.
Saturday night about 8 o'clock,
William Zarp, a young white man
who has been in the employ of Mr.
A. Seaman for the past three or four
moniha, stepped into Mike Davis'
handsome clothing house on the
Boulevard and after buying several
dollars' worth of dry goods, present.
ed a check for $75. out of which he
asked Mr. Davis to take the amount
of goods bought and give him .twae
rest "in currency. The check was


made payable to A. Seaman, with
the name of 0. H. Strong as a sigha-
ture. "A. Seaufan" was endorsed
upon its back and the check had
every appear nee or being. genuine
and was cashed, ln about fifteen
minutes afterwards,' the thought
came to Mr. Davis that itjnight be
forged paper, so dispatched a boy to
the Floral Grove to ascertain if the
check was genuine. Mr. 8. exam-
ined the check and pronounced it a
forgery. The boy reported the fact
to Mr. Davis. The matter was re
ported to Sheri* Kurtz, who with
his deputies began a search for this
clever scamp, but he had made good
his escape out of town. Telegrams


.- toetey Chica-
c cottagee Vocalon. *
I specially recommend the Haines .Brothers
Pianos and Farrand and Votey Organs as fur-
nishing the bestvalue of any instrument in the *
world. The. F. and V, organs can be taken to
-ieces 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 Stiates.
EASY TERMS: $10 monthly on Pianos and
And $5 on Organs till paid. Just think of it!
anyone can own ai instrument on such
terms. Little more than ordinary rent. Send
for Free Catalooues. iState what instrument
you want and you will prcmptl'y g{itfill infor
nation tha. will astonish you. I hbaye some
bira bargainis In SECOND HAND PIANOS
AND OK A%.S. Spend oae cent forapo-al
card and wrILe lor V% tIuhlii)lp. minforr atim.
A. B. CAMPttL


Live Ovk Banner of Liberty. ,
On Thursday evening of last week,
lightning. struck the residence of Mr.
Joseph Thralls at Houston, tearing off
the gtble end almost knocking him
senseless. The house was also set on
fire but was extinguished by Miss
Thrall, who was the only person on
the place at the time besides hiinmself.
He has about recovered with the ex-
ception of a little deafness.
Maj. Gallaher hal growing in his
garden quite a curiosity in the shape
of a tomato tree. It is about four
feet high and is loaded wilh large, de
licious fjult. If there is one thing the
Major kno#es better how to do, it is to
make vegetables, atd he always has
them in plenty.
Fernandina Mirror.
Bucki & Son cleared two schooners
this week, with nearly 700,000 feet of
yellow pine.
Our mainland and up-river farmers
'may not be aware of it, but there is no
doubt that the cultivation of rice
would pay them much better than any
thing else they could engage in. Let
them try it for awhile.
The State of Texas sailed for New
York last Friday with the following
cargo: 165,800 feet lumber, 900 logs ce-
dar, 838, eedar, 250 bundles naval
stores, 135 packages mterchandise.
Before the war, the sleepy negro lay
in the sun on top of iron mines whose
value was only suspected. Agricult-
ure absorbed the people's attention,
and they let the negro sleep on. Now
the'nines are worked, the bonanza
has been uncovered, dreams of wealth
have become an inspiration; the roar
of the forge; the hum of machinery
are heard everywhere and old Penn-
sylvaila begins to tremble in her boots
as she surveys her vigorous and dar-
ing rival The South has rolled up its
sleeves and proposes to be rich again,
richer than ever. It has all natural
resources which attract capital and
enterprise. Young men from the
North on the lookout for a career are
making investments there, helping to
develop the.country, and they always
receive a warm welcome. The tides of
population, kept apart so long, are
mingling their waters, and unless the
politicians raise a row there won't be
any North or any South twenty years
from now, and in their stead we shall
have a united, contented and prosper-
ous country. Therefore, hang the
-politicians and let the good work go
on--New York Herald.
St. Andrew Messenger.
OuT local fishermen report the bay
mullett as getting to be in prime con.
edition and coming to the beach so that
they are being taken with cast nets.
Mr. F.B.Bell, one of the well known
citizens of Calhoun county, drove over
from Wewahitchka last week bring-
ing Oapt. Ware with him. Mr. Bell is
one of the most ardent admirers ort St.
Andrews Bay and will move his fame
ily here soon as we get a railroad, if it
ever comes.
Our next county Alliance meeting will
be at this place; as there will be several
able speakers here we expect a large at-
tendance; everybody will be invited to
,hear the speaking. Our Alliance was
organized a few months ago with but a
few charter members; now we number
82; we expect to run it up to 200 by '92.


Give me a trial and I will guarantee satisfaction.
GAINESVILLE, t a a .. FLORIDA.


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OFFICERSt 8
O. F. DUNN, Prest.; HLC. WRIGHT, V. r;F R, ] MLOQNEi, OWsr

Capital paid in $100,000
Authorized capital 250000 -
Surplus 156000
Accounts of Merchants, Farmers, and Individual ,solcited.
e. Hws-Ue Ly t ifialviaal-D osit of any Bank
In Florida. See sworn report to Comptroller f Ofur
pency, December 19th, 1890.


of Ocala. 114lorlda.HHucisnsFrlrosabB W
CWrries the largest and most complete assortmenL o. furniture and
Loans money. on- impDroved Real Estate. 1Voney al- House Furnishing Goods of any other house in Alwahhua county.


IL sAnUD.


T. J. BWRArlINGBN.


J. It DDIN&8


SO Aroh Stree16 P.U. adg. Ab
-I
The original and only S
xygvn Treatment, that of Dm. S ar
.ri, L aasciol sadJustment a -ee-
te';s of Oxygen and Nitrogen mTRiel **d
h. compound fi so oondenseI, & u p
bin clhat it is sent all over the word
It 1.,:s byn in use for more tbe
e.,rs; thousands of patientabh ebetm
lid i % r onM thous-aud physbeiu Ia /ve
11,1 recommend it -a very i f=
I h Ai *-reit success of our TreatomIat b-aTvi
.S to a host Of imitate ar
oils; sulo (e1'il ing their prp a Ob -
lound Oxygen, often approve our
oiuii;ls and tho names of our to, to
owiiincxid worthless "*oo But wa
.-.,,ic m.e elsewhere or b.o a
4i1ed COImDC und Oxygen, ls p4i
"Co ni>ound Oxygen-Its Mod of Actions a
osiitg," is the title of anewbook of i00 pagc
ibished by Drs. Starkey & Pak=.
"v'Is to all inquirers full information as tol
,s rcir.amrkablo curative a"ent and a reeowrd
Sunrprisjug cures In a wide omre of obroilo
Aes- many of them after bqt abdoned to
ic iy other physiccnie. Wl be d fret
*u auddresd on application.
DRS. STARKRY & PAT.WN.
1529 Arch St. Ph d PI.
12aSutte-r8tstralnobeih L"
11i *aw TP ntion ths paper *


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Taylir County Banner.
Phosphate, railroads, a healthy coun-
try, large squashes and industrious peo-
ple will boom any county. Watch Tay-
lor. r
M31iddle Florida deserves representation
not only in Chicago, but everywhere.
Jfr. J. J. Gornto has on exhibition in his
store a squash that he raised in his gar-
den weighing thirty-one pounds and
measuring forty-six inches in circumfer-
ence.
Mr. John 0. Carter presented to us an
egg two and three-fourth inches long,
and containing twG full-sized yolks and
white enough for three, He says he
doesn't have very much success with
orchard fiuit, and he is going to try hen
fruit.
A very shy young lady was asked by a
friend to take a mango home. She de-
clined, "I wouldn't have a man go in
my pocket for the world "she said with
osy blush.


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treated by an artist of world wide reputation
Deafness eradicated and entirely cured of from
20 to 30 years standing, after all other treat-
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reached and the cause removed, fully explain-
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of cures from prominent people mailed from
R. C. FONTAINER 34 West 14th St. N Y.


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ORDERS FROM OUTSIDE THE CITY
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nappy Hoosiers. -
Wm. Timmons,Postmaster ot Idaville, A FULL LINE OF PAINTERS'
Ind., writes: "Electric Bitters haye done SUPPLIESAND BUILD-
morefor me than all other medicine ERS' HARDWARE.
combined, for that bad feeling arising
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Leslie, farmer and stockman of same Ae o thits
place, says: "Find Electric Bitters to be
the best Kidney and Liver medicine, orders promptly attended to and
made me feel like a new man." J. W. correspondence solicited.
Gardner, hardware merchant,same town PALATKA, FLA.
says: Electric Bittere is just the thing dec20-aprl
for a man who is all run down and dcn'ta n bearnedat ourNEWlineofwor,,
care whether he lives or dies." He M ON E| d Y -ur^"lybt o
either sex, yg'i~ g or old, and in their
found new strength, good appetite and UOwn |l c B t'l^ "hcreo"^ "lie.Ay
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your spare mnoments$, or all your time to the work. I him ift a
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w S. DURHAM,
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NOPY, FLORIDA.

*r my intention is to
public, therefore I will
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1 to furnish teams for
'ing, te., at reasonable
me a trial.

A, 17i'r~ 1P-ND OUTs IN 1867
RB-ESTABLTSIISEB IN ..

A ^ RE LIABLE

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DRmUGGIST
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Paints, Oils, Toilet Articles, Confec
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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 impossible, and we invite you to call
around to our store and we will be pleased to show you our new assortment
of goods. Our lovely.

MILLINERY DEPARTMENT
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 MAlens', Misses' 'and Boys' shoes w'e claim to be IJa'd-
quarlers. Our general line *of goods is complete, with Groceries according,
0l1of Which will be sold to you FOR THE LOWEST POSSIBLE
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"Wf hear
their support irr the f ,,
we have repaid them for same, .
for the present we say tra-la-la.
: THE Sanford Journal will soon ap-
pW under new management.
Tax day for trifling with the af-
feptipons of the fair sexAis past, as
was proven at Zellewocd, a few days
ainemin the shooting Mr. J. C. Jones
by Miss Myra Francher. It seems,
thatthey were lovers, though she
was only sixteen years of age, and
that be proved false after having
gained her full confidence,, then
married another" woman. Much
sympathy is felt for the widow of
Mr. Jones, still public sentiment is
largely with Miss Francher.
WHAT is Alachua county going to
do about the World's Fair? This
question we have asked before, but
as nothing has been done we are
forced to repeat the question. This
is the last time we may be able to
address you on this subject, but ere
we close the chapter we wish as a
parting simply to exhort the people
to action. The state convention is
fixed for the first Wednesday Lu
October, aud Alachua should be
there. Doubtless every county in
the state will be represented, and
why not Alachua ? 'WJVhat cou t'y is
more able than she? Do your best,
citizens, and we are t. nd to wi.e
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SAYS th4 OrhtudQ Scutiuel: We
cannot agree with Bro. Crabbe that
$75,000 is sufficient for Florida to
raise to have her resources properly
represented at the NVorld's Fair.
Nothing short of a.100,000 should be
thought of and even with this we dc
not believe the state would be repre-
sented as she should be. California
,, which is recognized by all as Flori-
da's greatest competitor, has appro-
priated $300,000 for this purpose; this
will doubtless be increased by *en
terprising citizens, who desire to
Make special exhibits, to $400,000
With these facts before us, we can
notafford to go to Chicago unless we
have sufficient funds to make an, ex
hibit that we would not be afrai(
to see by the side of Cahlifo'nia's
A poor exhibit would be worse thar
nothing. Sure we can make a bette
exhibit with much less money thar
California, but every one must recog
'htse that there is a vast difference
between $300,000 and $75,000. Let'
'Afike for $150,000; we believe it ea
"bb raised.
**
Florida Phosphates-New Plant
Starting Up-An Export Corn
pany-New Seaport Bailroa(
Extension-Remarkable Fos
SAls.
Large quantities of machinery con
tinually pass over the various rail
rsais leading south for the new pho
phate works being erected at diffde
ent points in Polk and DeSoto count
ties.
Some of the new plants ate neoa
ing completion, and satisfactory
progress is being made on all
them. The Whittaker Phosphat
Co., of Homeland, Polk county, g<
all its ponderous machinery in p
sition and raised steam for the fir
time one day recently. This co
cern takes the crude stuff from th
mines and grinds it, then mixes
with nitrates and potash salts in v
rious proportions, converting it in
complete fertilizer at once.
The Homeland Mining & Lai
Co., now has its steam dred:
"Polip."At work in the "run" b
tween Kissingen Springs and Pea
rivet Both spring and stream a
full of phosphate, and under t
able management of Col. M. W. ]
Bue, this company is tkaing o
some beautiful pebble.
A company is being organized
do a general export business in ph(
phates. Tampa will be the pri
cipal place of business, and havi
vessels o1 its own or scattering, t
company-will buy plhosphate re
andship tfoforelg4ports on its o
account, thus furnishing a rea
market for the output right at t
mines. Prices will be governed,
curse, by quotations abroad. Fu
palticulars will be given in futi


report. .
ST. PETDRSBURO,
ocaedy Polet PtnellaSt oroiisess


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reports,
fossils yet ta z
mine in Florida are now on exhibi-
tion in Bartow. They consist of the
lower jaw bone and a tooth of the
glyptodon, an extinct species of the
arnTandlillo family-really a gigantic
terrapin, whose shell would house
an ordinary family. The jaw-bone
referred to measures 23 inches across
and weighs 48 pounds. It is exhib-
ited at the office of W. R. Brown &
Co. The tooth is in possession of
Whitledge & Arnold, measures 5
inches in breadth, 72 inches from
root to crown and 9 inches in longi-
tudinal extent, indicating a head at
least five times as large as that of th.e
largest ox, and a shell probably 15x18
Feet in dimensions. Tessellated
' scales of the glyptodon have
been found here before, and some
fragments of the fluted teeth are
otten met with, but the bone and
tooth above described are the only
perfect specimens ,f the remains of
this animal y6o-ab'orrespondent has
seen.-Jay Shrader Special Corres-
pondence Manufacturer's Record.


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For circulars address Wilbur R. Smltb, Lexington, Ky.
Mention this papor.
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04i f&j *tf A Y]EAR I Innnf&ake to briefly-
Steach any fairly intellifoent r.on of either
B i ex, %i, hocn read ad re, an d ndwho'
after instructiongwill work industriously,
W30 W how to earn Three Thousand Dollars a
YE i. thrown localities ,wh erever they lihve.1 will naso furnish
the situation or employment,at which you can earB that amount.
No mon1 1 for me unless succeessflas above. Easily nnd quiclkl
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number, who are making over $3000 a yeareach. It'sN W
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E. T. HENDERSON,
CONTRACTOR & BUILDER,
AND DEALER IN

Lumber, Shingles,

Laths, Sash, Doors,

Blinds, Etc., Etc.,

MICANOPY, FLA,
Satisfaction guaranteed and cor-
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ST. AUGMSTINE
I arhll and



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ban Marco Avenue.
JRNMMENTS & HEADSTONES
of Granite, marmk, CON.
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COMMISSION MERCHANT,



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BSware of Imitations.
INSIST upon Dobbins' Electric. Don't take
. Magnetic, EIlectro-Magi Phiadelphia Electric,
br any other fraud, simply because it is cheap. They
will ruisaclothes, and are dear at anyprice. Ask for
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ang .,Le no other. Noarly every grocer from Man
to .Mtxico keeps it in stock. If yours hasn't it, he
will 0rder from his nearest wholesale grocery.
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rOME AND FARM,
^y L.OU.ISVILLE, KY. i-
The leadf g Agriculturalourai of th Squth antd Wst
Made by Farmers for Farmers8.
As o t record of successful agriculture, HoM
"AND ARM[ has no equal. Every.topic relating
to agriculture is openly discussed l. t colmns
by the farmers themselves. No expense is spared
in scoring a full account of every notable su
INsS on the farm. It is distinctively the
FARMERS' OWN PAPER.
M A record of t oi daily life, presented in a form
1ando language which make it plain to all.
ITs LIST OF cONTRIBUTORs
c contains the names of the most progrepsive farm-
t ra of the South anrd West. They do not treat
of theoretical farming, bat of the actual candl-
*- tions which confront us to-day: B. P. ohnson ;
SWaldo P. Brown ; Henry Stewart; John M. Stahl;
t A. P. Pord; Jef'. Welborn ; Hugh T. Brooks; John
w CEdgar; Steele's Bayou; T. B. Baldwin and a
host of others make this journal inBispensale
i Moreover, it is equally
- A HOME MAGAZINE.
Every Subject of interos to the e-maker is
Sfully treated. Mary Marsden, Lois Catesby, Mrs.
O Brown, Mrs. Daviess, Miss Cabot1, Miss Mosby,
Alice Winston and score of others wiel contris
ute regularly.
d FAITH LATIMER
ai an carge of our Children't i darteian, ble
e she has the peculiar, faculty of being both i-
.teresting and instructive.
- e THE MYSTERY OF THE NATION
e s thrilling siyT appearing in HoMS Am
e XM, by John B. r uscl k, and. is e x citing wide
e attention. Short stories bdy dstinguise wntera
e appear from time to time.
a ,BILL ARP'S LETTERS
t -a ar en each issue, and tris humorous phlloa
Aer was never more interesting than at thiS
u Ie ITS EDITORIAL DEPARTMENT
A0 HOM h AND FAM speaks boldly and fearlessly atn
S- behalf of "lFarm ers' Rights." It savers a re-
vision of th i ariffin behalf tof he far er;ta better
- rads for the farmer; Free Mail Delivery to the
g farmer ; Co-operation among thex farmers, anda aa
g is to 3":ast Trusts. Its motto is
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The Tuskawilla News.

CHURCH DIRECTORY.
yPHlSBYTErtAN.
Fourth Sunday in each
eotat it 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.;
rt"tw-meeting every Friday eve-
ting at 7:80; Sunday-school every
Sunday morning at 9:80.
RV. T. E. SMITH, Pastor.
;^. ; */ BAPTIST
hachlg First and Third Sundays
1i7a4oh month at 11 a. m. and 7:30
S .; Prayer-meeting every Thurs-
evening at 7:80; Sunday-school
every Sunday at 9:30 a. m.
EV. L. D. GEIGER,
-i.Pastor.
METHODIST. 4S
Imthopy.-Preaching Second and
FoUrth Sundays in each month at
11 a. m. and 8 p. m. Sunday School
at 9:46 a. m. every Sunday. Pray-
meeting every Wednesday at 8
p.m.
Marvin. Preaching First and Third
: Sunday in each month at 11 a. m.
and 8 p. m.; Class meeting the first
Sunday; Sunday-school every Sun-
day at 9:45 a. m.
S ehiloh. Preaching Second Sunday
at 3:30 p. m.
Tacoma. Preaching Fourth Sunday
at 4 p. m.
McIntosh. Preaching Third Sunday
*at 8p. m.
REv. J. P. HILBURN,
Pastor.


For Sale.
One hundred head of goats. 'Thd
entire lot-can be bought at $1L00 pei,.
head. Smaller l ot something
higher, Ois JL. FEASTER.


For Sale.
The finest hammock lands near the
Boardman depot of Florida Southern
R'y, at $25.00 per acre. Inquire of
W. L. DITTOf
27tf. Boardman, Fla.


JOHN D. REEVES,

Contractor & Builder,

Will contract and build
complete. Will furnish
mRaterial to complete
houses, etc., etc.

BRICK WORK AHiNDT PLASTERII.
Carpenter work.e Furnish
all kinds of materials,
doors, sash, blinds, brick,
lime, etc., at lowest'prices.
Estimates Free of Charge.
ORANGE LAKE. FLORIDA.


NEW STORE! NEW GOODS r

E. C. CHITTY.
-.DEA-LER IN- "'

SGeneral iMerchandise ,
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Micanopy, Florilda..
If you want 100 cents worth of goods for a dollar come to my 'hearp
Cash Store, Montgomery block.


". W R C ARTER

BLACKSMITH
-AND-

WHEELWRIGHT,
REPAIRfNG NEATLY DONE ON SHORT NOTICE.

MICANOP Y, -F LORIDA.
I I l I IMEN11;


A. J. S -ufOI,


SHUFORD & CARTER,

ORANGE PACKERS and BUYERS,
-AGEN FOR-
J. H. Killoufh Co., o ew Yor0,
Redfield # Son, Philadelphia,
C. P. Tcten t Co.; Batim ore
FOR

Daily Market Quotations and Stencils,
Call on us at our Packing Hous, near the Florida Bouthern Depot


Marion Heyman has the thanks of
the entire NEWS force for a couple
glasses of. ice cool milk shake. We
'know the kindly motive that actuat-
ed Marion to treat us and therefore
appreciate the gift all the more
highly.
WANTED.-2,000 sour orange
stock at once, by


PERSONALL,

Edgar Brice, Esq., of Citra, spent
Sunday in the city.
Mr. M. S. Christopher, of Evins-
ton, was in the city Saturday.
Mrs. F. J. Hagood went down to
Ocala Friday returning Monday.
Neal Merry, Esq., has gone to St.
Augustine for a few day's pleasure
trip.
Miss Georgia Willamson is visiting
Mrs. R. P. Martin, of Orange LaKe,
this week.
Mr. Trice, correspondent
for the Times-Union, was in tihe city
Wednesday.
Railroad Contractor W. R. Carter,
went to Gainesville Tuesday morning
on a business trip.
Mr. Jack Denby, salesman in the
store, of P. F. Wilson, Gainesv.ille,
was in the city Tuesday.
Maj. and Mrs. M. L. Wood, of Ta-
coma, were in the city Sunday, at-
tending Baptist services.
Mr. Joe Riggs, of this city is act-
ing agent at Evinston, for a month,
in the absence of Mr. Hester.
Miss Honor Pardee returned home
one day last week, after a pleasant
visit to friends at Lake View.
Mr. J. W. Carter has been attend-
ing the meeting, of the county com-
missioners this week at Gainesville.
Mr. Will Dupuy, of Boardman, was
in to see us Saturday, and added
a dollar to our bank account. Thank
you sir.
Mrs. Price, of Mcfntosh, and
Miss Richardson of Boardman, were
were in the city last week, visiting
Mrs. J. P, Hilburn.
Messrs J, W. Carter A. J, Shuford
J. D. Martin and Thos. McCredie,
managers of the G. R. P. & M. Ry.,
were in Gainesville Friday.
Misses Ella Smith and Emma
Pardee, who have been attending
school at White i'"ring:, arrived
home Saturday, for short visit,
Misses Hennie Fontane, Myrtle
Missina, and Mamie, Moffatt, all of
Key West, are visiting Misses Florie
and Mamie Fontane, of this city.
MissLelia Feaster, living near
this place, who has been visiting at
Roctelle for the past week, spent
Sunday in the city on her way home.
Mrs. J. W. Carter accompanied by
her two children, Miss -Jessie and
Master Purdy, left for Long Island,
N. Y., Teusday morning for the sum-
mer.
Mrs. W. R. Carter and children,
leave today for .t. _kAugustine, where
'they will speh.I' a f,.- ,idays, inT'r rm-n
go down to Daytona for a month or
more.
Mr. R. B, Taylor and family left
for New York city Tuesday morn-
ing, "They will spend a most de-
lightful summer we trust, returning
this fall. -
*~ i
Mrs. L. H. Johnson, of this 'city,
and Mrs. Waterman Johnson, and
Miss Georgia Sistrunk, of Fleming-
ton, were pleasant callers at this
office Monday.
Mr. Dolphus Chamberlin and Miss
Lilly Bjrch, of Tacoma, were seen
driving through our streets Saturday
afternoon. This looks rather sus-'
picious don'tchurknow.
Mr.J. A. Simonton and family
have gone to St. Augustine, Jeaving
Tuesday morning. They will be
gone a month or so. We wish them
a pleasant sojourn in the ancient city.
Mr. C. A. Gomperts, formerly ex-
press messenger on this route, late of
Ocala, arrived in tie city Saturday
spending Sunday. He will soon be
put back on this run. We were glad
to see Mr. G. back again.
Misses Mollie Walker and Mar-
gOret Peicen of this place departed
for McIn~tosh Saturday where they


will join Mr. and Mrs. Mat Walker
and Mr. and Mrs. Walker,- Sr., and
all together they will visit Daytona
for a couple of weeks.
Prof. O. B. Walton, of Arredonda,
was a pleasant caller at this office
Saturday morning. We were sup-
prised, yetpleased to see the Prof. out
again so soon after his sad accident.
His knee is fast healing after this,
the second accident, and we trust ere
long will be as good as ever.


IL


CARTER & OWEN.
Micanopy, Florida. 29tf


The Micanopy base ball club will
play the Center Point club on the
Center Point grounds next Saturday
afternoon. Everybody is invited to
witness the game. ice cream will
be served by the ladies of Marvin
church. Let the Micanopy team
turn out in full force.
Rheumatism was so bad that
James Irvin, of Savannah, could
hardly walk from pain in his shoul-
der and joints of his legs. P. P. P.
Prickly Ash, (Poke Root and Potas-
sium) was reesorted to and Irwin is
well and happy.

The ice cream party at Mrs. Brice's
Thursday was well attended and
judging fronrthe size of the crowd in
attendance, we think the financial
part was a success. Games, etc.,
were the amusements of the after-
noon. Every one present seemed to
enjoy the whole affair.
Fruit Jars, "world without end;"
Finest, Freshest and Fattest Mack-
erel; the most extravagant and end-
less varieties of Fancy and French
Candies, at Stringfellow Bros'.,
Gainesville.

The advertisement placed in THE
NEws by Mr. L. H. Johnson for the
wonderful 'electropoise is 'bearing
its fruit. He is receiving inquiries
from all parts. There is nothing
like this machine when it comes to
knockingg out" disease. Call on or
address L. H. Johnson, Micanopy,
Fla., for particulars.

Parties having wagon and teams
or wagon and harness without teams
can get contracts for hauling
cross-ties by applying to' (21tf()
W.P. COUPE,
Williston Fla.

We acknowledge a business call of
a very pleasant nature from Mr. C.
J. Stratton, of the firm of Stratton &
,Wolfenden, of Evinston, orauge box
manufacturers, They are doing a
good business in this line, and should
receive the support of every grower
throughout this section. They also
manufacture vegetable crates.
The Lone Star Dining Room,
Gainesville, Fla., recently opened
opposite Endel Bros., proves to be a
great convenience to the visitors to
that city. Mr. Culverhouse hlias an
excellent line of fine Whiskies, Beer,
etc., separate, but convenient to the
Lone Star Diininz Room. When you
are in the city give him a (all ,(12t)
Rev. Mr. Bostick, of Sumterville,
filled the appointment of Rev. L. D.
Geiger, at the Baptist church, this
*city, last Sunday morning and even-
ing. On both occasions _his congre-
gations were large and hisa sermons
were very impressive. We had the
pleasure of listening to him on both
occasions and regard ,him as an
earnest, christain gentleman.
Rev. Mr. Langley, of Sumterville,
will preach in the Baptist church in
Micanopy on the 5tti Sunday in
this month. Rev. Langley has for
a number of years been one of the
most brilliant lawyers in the state,
but recently he was convinced that
it was his duty to ent;r the ministry,
and so he gave up an excellent law
practice to do his Master's bidding-
surely a commendable step. We
earnestly trust our people will give
him.a hearty welcome.

Look Here !
C, E. Warren has taken charge, for
the summer, of O. P. Likins photo-
graph gallery, Gainesville, where he
can be found ready to fill your or-
ders. Give him a call. 31t8

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

A Card of Thanks.
We wish to express out heartfelt
thanks to the people of Micanopy


and vicinity for their kindness to us
during the recent sickness and
'death of our little one. Our hearts
are overflowing with gratitude, but
words are inadequate to express our
grateful appreciation, therefore we
sign ourselves,
iYours in sorrow,
MR. AND MRS. P. G. RAMSEY.


We will be taking an inventory of of'r -stock and are noit r7ed dy to offer


GREAT BARGAINS IN


DRY-GOODS,


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Ofietal Notice.
The 'ost-office will be open from 9
to 10 o'clock a. m.. every Sunday, for
the accommodation of the public.
SM.C. ARNOW, P. M.


Merit Wins.
We desire to say to our citizens, that
for years we have been selling Dr.
King's New Discovery for Consumption,
Dr. King's New Life Pills, Backlen's Ar-.
nica Salve and Electric Bitters, and'have
never handled remedies that sell as well
or that have given such universal satis-
faction. We do not hesitate to guaran-
tee them every time and we stand ready
to refund the purchase price, if satisfac-
tory results do not follow their use.
These remedies have won their great
popularity purely on their merits. W.
W. Johnscn, & Co.. Druggists.


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Full Half Pound Padkage by
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THE METROPOLIS.
ONLY AFTERNOON PAPER IN JACK-
SONVILLE.
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
mo-ths, $2.50; three months, $1.25.
Carter & Russell, Props.


THE ELECTROPOISE!
-THE-

WOND)RFUL CURES
That this machine has effected are
indeed marvelous.


Mason's Improved Fruit Jars for
sale at 8. H. BENJAMIN & Co.
August has hotly entered the ring.
If you want a good milchcow call
on Stokes & Johnson,.
Quite a. number of our people are
effected with sore eyes.
lse Stritngfellow Bros.' Tube Rose
;,"Butterine, at 25 cents per pound. It
has no eqgal.
-,The picnic at Lake View last sat-
urday was very much enjoyed.
Akbot's East India Corn Paint
removes quickly all corns, bunions
and warts without pain.
Rev. J. P. Hilburn will preach in
Micanopy next Sunday morning and
evening&
In order to get the lowest cash
" prices for tomato wraps, call on
'(22tt) CHITTY & JoHNSoN. .
A number of our citizens, are en-
joying the cool sea breezes at St.-
Augustine and Daytona,
NeWr and Second Hand Wagons
and Buggies for sale at Carter's
shop. IOtf U
The town is looking pretty empty
since the departure of so many of
her citizens for the various summer
resorts.
Get a "Kake" of Colgates' Lace
Soap and prepared Boston Codfish,
at Btringfellow Bros'., Gainesville.
Next Sunday afternoon Rev. J. P.
Hilburn Will preach at Shiloh at
8:30. He will get there this time,
and don't you forget it.
Catarrh originates in scrofulas
taint. P. P. P. purifies the blood,
and thus permanently cures Catarrh.
Several of our citizens have'. een
ailing the past few days, among tem
Messrs. 'Wat Smith and Charlie
-Chrlsman. They.Are both up again.
16 oKs. con-ensed milk for 10 cents
and 1 lb. choice Vostazza currants
for ;N cents at Stringfellow Rros%,
Galaenville. -
Messrs. Carter and Owen have sub-
let the contractt for building the
Aftmle across Paynes' prairie to Mr.-
J. W. -Ulses, the consideration
being -... -
We invite ,he adiles of Micanopv
Sand vicinity to our mammoth
- Grocery store for everything first-
"classi our line. Strlngfellow Bros'.
alJnesville. 1
The ladies of Marvin church will
serve ice cream on the Center Point
B. B. grounds next Saturday after-
noon. Proceeds to be applied for
church improvements.
Ice Cream Freezers.
The White Mountain Improved
Freeaer for sale at
(25ti) 8. H. BENJAMIN & CO.
The Tuskawlla Lake is almost
dry, Tuska~willa Lodge Knights of
H11onor havenot met in- six months
an this issue winds up TUSKAWILLA
NEWS. Is it the iame that i "doing
us up" so nicely?"
Look Gat for the finest assortment
of shoes at the lowest price ever of-
fered in Micanopy. We are offering
fine ladies shoes for $1 per pair.
(22tf) CHITTY & JOHNS6N.
Terrible blood poison, body coy;
ered with sores, and two bottles of
P. P. P. (Prickly Ash, Poke Root and
SPotassium) cured the disease, mak-
ing the patient lively as a ten-year-
W oldw.. we, ,,
W" Were misinformed week before
last in regard to Conductor Beyil, of
the F. S. B'y, being married. He
says .be is: not, and he ought to
know. We have no apologies to
make, as we think a man who is
uj erectlng such a handsome residence
-o the jolly conductor is having
built n GAinesville, opposite the
rpk p" House, a acting rather
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For all ailments common to the
human family. For further particu-
lars call on or address

L. H. JOHNgSON, AgT,
Micanopy, Florida.

MILTON, FLA.
This is to certify that I have, been
afflicted with scrofula, or blood poi-
son, for a number of years. The best
physicians of Mobile and this city
said nothing could be dope 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
a mass of sores. I had given up all
hope, and as a last resort tried P. P.
P. (Prickly Ash, Poke Root and po-
tassium) and after using four bottles
(small size) the sores have entirely
disappeared, and my general health
was never better than at the present
time;-and people that know me think
it a wonderful cure.
Respectfully,
ELIZA TODD.


J. CARTER.


Consumption Cured.
An^pld 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
Affections, also a positive and radic-
cal cure for Nervous Debilliv 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,
Specimen C'es.
8, H. Clifford, New Cassel, Wis., was
troubled wiih Neuralgia and Rheuma-
tism, his Stomach was disordered, his
Liver was affected to an alarming de-
gree, appetite fell away, and he was ter-
ribly reduced in flesh and strength.
Three bottles of Electric Bitters cured
him.
Edward Shepherd, Harrisburg, Ill.,
had a running sore on his leg of eight
year's standing. Used three bottles of
Electric Bitters and seven boxes of Buck.
len's Arnimea Salve, and his leg is sound
and well. John Speaker, Catawbs, 0,,
had five large Fever sores on his leg,
doctors said he was incurable. One bot-
tle Electric Bitterrs and one box Buck-
len's Arnica Balve cured him entirely.
Sold at W. W. Jobnuon & Co,'s Dru
Sto.a.


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Frenoinced Hopelefr, Yet saved. SaSS Or DuSt
From a letter written by Mrs. Ada E. 4 E NEVER
Burd of Groton, S. D., we quote: "Wae STTLs, aPI LLC Z
taken with a bad cold, which settled on r)........L. 50 per cent.
my Lungs, cough set in and finally term "'Cheaper and
MY zngs~cough set in and finally term better than any other bluing in the world.
,iated in Consumption. Four doctors BLUINEis more convenient than any other Aoluing.
gave me up saying I could live but a BLUINE is more economical, because you can put
short time. I gave myself up to my in just the exact amount and no more.
13LUINE is clean and neat; no dust, no spattering
Bavior, determined if I could not stay or spilling.
with imy friends on earth, I would meet BLUINE is in small sheets, packed in a handsome
my absentenvelnes above. My husband was ope, and would be atn ornament on any
my absent ones above. My husband was table.
advised to get Dr. King's New Discovery BLUINE is the cheapest, because it is the best.
for Consumption, Coughs and Colds.I
gave ft a trial, took in all eight bottles; Twenty-Four Washings for Tn WeLts.
it has qured me and thank God I am ---
not btucued m -and theat oank.God rIam |Wanted at all times General Agents, Salesmen foro
now a well and hearty woman." TrIal WholesaleandRetail Trade also men, women, boy
h-tla 4roa at W W VTnhn tr fIA*, and girls to do advertising In every vicinity.
bottles fee at W. W. Johnson &reCn .0 0Dozen Sheets Inapackage for l0cent. samples
SDrug store, regular be, 50c and $1.00. 0, te of or o ty malli othe
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have taKen the lead over everything.
They have become very popular, and
are growing more so every day.
They are
LIGHT, STYLISH, DURA:4LE,
WELL MADE.
Come and see them before buying
elsewhere.
DON'T FORGET
that we have also a full line _f fine
SHOES at moderate prices.
H. T. VATTEKLIN,
Gainesville. Palatka and Tampa.

A Safe aInvestment
Is one which is guaranteed tc bring
you satisfactory results, or in tase of
failure a return of purchase price. On
this safe plan you can buy from our ad-
vertised Druggist a bottle of Dr. King's
New Discovery for Consumption, It is
guaranteed to bring relief in every case,
when used for any affection ot throat,
Lungs or Chest, such as Consutnption,
Inflammation of Lungs, Bronchitis.
Asthma, Whooping Cough, Crout, etc.
It is pleasant and agreeable to tasfe, per-
fectly sate, andcan always be defended
upon. Trial bottles free at W. W John-
soa & Co.'s Drug Store. ,

Itemarbable Reseue.
Strs. Michael Curtain, Plainfleld, Ill.,
makes the statement that she caught
cold, which settled on her lungs; she
was treated for a month by her, family
physician, but grew worse. He told her
-she was a hopeless victim of consump-
tion and that no*medicine could cure
her. Her druggist suggested Dr. King's
New Discovery for Consumpti(m; she
bought a bottle and to her delight found
herself benefited from first~dose. She
continued its use and after taking ten
bottles, found herself sound and well,
now does her own housework' aad is as
well as she ever was. Free trial bottles
of this Great Discovery at W. John-
son & Co.'s Drug Store, large battles 50c
and $1.00
Electric Bitters.
This remedy is becoming 'o well
known and so popular as to nihd no Epe-
cial mention. All who have thedt Elec
tried Bitters sing the same old song of
praise.-A purer medicine doesn't exist
and it is guaranteed to do all thateis
claimed. Electric Bitters will cure all
diseases of the Liver and Kidneys; 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.
feversa.-For cure of Headache, Consti-
pationtand Indigestion, try Electric
Bitters.-Entire satisfaction guaranteed,
or money refunded. Price 50 cents and
"$1 per bottle, at W. W. Johneon & Co.'s
drug Store. '"

-'erlaps you are run down, can't eat,
can't sleep, can't think, can't du any-
thing to your satisfaction, and you won-
der what ails you. You should heed the
warning, you are taking the first step
into Nervous Prostration. You need a
Nerve Tonic and in Electric Bitters you
will find the exact remedy for restoring
your nervous system to its normal,
healthy condition. Surprising results
follow the use of this great Nerve Tonic
and alterative. Your appetite returns,
good digestion is restored, and the Liver
and Kidneys resume healthy action.
.Try a bottle. Price 50 cents, at W. W.
Johnson d Co.'s drug store.

A wnaner Worker.
Mr. Frank Huffman, a young man of
Burlington, Ohiostates thathe had been
under the care of two prominent physi-
cians, and used their treatment until be
was not able to get around. They pro
nounced his case to be Consumption and
incurable. He was persuaded to try Dr.
King, s Ne~w Discovery for Conasumption,
Coughs and Colds, and at that time w s
not able to walk across the street with-
out resting. He found, before he had
used half a dollar bottle, that he was"
much better; he continued to use it and
is to-day enjoying good health. If you
have any Throat, Lung or Chest Trouble
try it. We guarantee satisfaction. Tria


bottle free at W. W. Johnson & Co.,.
Drug store.

The Pulpit and the Stage.
Rev. F. M. Shrout, PvAtor of United
Brethren Church, Blue Mound, Kan,,
says: 'I feel it my duty to tell what
wonders Dr. King's New Discovery has
done for me. My Lungg were badly
diseased, and my parishioners thought
I could live only a few weeks. I took
five bottles of Dr. Kinw's New Discovery
and am sound and well, gaining 26 lbs,
in weight."
Arthur Love, manager Love's Funny
Folks Combinatiqn, writes: "After a
thorough trial and convincing evidence,
I am confident Dr. King's New Discovery
for Consumption beats them all, and
cures when everything else fails. The
greatest kindness I can do my. may
thousand friends is to urge them to try
it." Free trial bottles at W. W. John-
sn & Co.'s Drug Store. Regular size 50c.
and $1.00.
Rupepay.
This is what you ought to have, in
fact, you must have it to fully enjoy,
life. Thousands are searching for it
daily, and mourning because they find
it not. Thousands upon thousands of
dollars are spent annually by our people
in the hope that they may attain this
boon. And yet it may be had by all.
We guarantee Electric Bitters, if used
according to directions and the use per-
sisted in, will bring Good Digestion and
oust the demon, Dyspepsia, and install
instead Eupepsy. We recommend Elec-
tric Bitters.for Dyspepsia and all dis
eases of Liver, Stomach and Kidneys.
Bold at 50 cents and $1 per bottle by W.
W, Johtwon & Co., druggists,


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Notice to Debtors.
As this is the last issue of THE
WSBw8 we earnesPty request those
Indebted to us to please come for-
ward and settle up to date. We
wish to square up all business as
soon as possible and trust our debtors
will be governed accordingly.
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Catarrh.
Catarrh is the most disgusting ail
ment, and yet many unnecessarily suffer
with the disease. They will try loca
applications, which do no good what-
ever, but fail to try such constitutional
treatment as is afforded by the use of
B. B. B. (Botanic Bloo,l Balm), which
removes the mucous poison in the blood
and thus eradicates the cause of the dis-
ease.
N. C. Edwards. Lampassas Springs,
Texas, writes: "I was greatly annoyed
with catarrh, which impaired my gen-
eral health. The discharge from my
nose was very offensive, and I used va-
rious advertised remedies without ben-
fit, until finally the use of B. B. B. en--
tirely cured me. I am proud to rccom-
mend a blood remedy with such power
ful curative virtue."
B. G. Sinard & Son, Towaliga, Ga.,
writes: "We induced a neighbor to try
B. B. B. for catarrh, which he thought
incurable, as it had resisted all treat-
ment. Lt delighted him, and continuing
its use he was cured sound and well."
jy20d6twlt

NEWiTANSVILLE, FLA.., June 5, 1891.
Messrs. 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 ef Rheum-
atisnii, Neuralgia, Dyspepsia, Bilious-
ness, etc.
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, ,ut I found only temporary
relief; the pains were so bad at times
that I did not care whether 1 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
sleep.
Some time in March I Was advised to
ake P. P. P., and before we (my wife
,end I) had finished the second bottle of
.P. P. P., our digestion began to improve.
My pains subsided so much that I have
been able to work and arm 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,
jel6-tf J. S. DIPRISS.

iBaltimore Oranke MarKet.
REPORTED BY WM. BAKER, )
Fruit Commission Merchant, .
105 S. Calvert St., Baltimore, Md.
BALTIMORE, June 8, 1891.
Fiorida oranges still on the marlrut,
selling when good from $4 to $6 per box.
Tomatoes $2 to $3, Cucumbers $2.50 to
$3 when fine, inferior not wanted.
Pien-tau peaches, good, according to size
of package, from $1.25 to $5.
Scrofula cured, even in its worse
forms, by P. P. P. and you will be strong
and healthy in tf short time by the use
of P. P. P. jy20 6t-d&w
Spring medicine is now wanted, for,
it you are out of sorts and feel badly, P.
P. P. is the remedy to take and get strong
and invigorated.
That "TIred reelliog."
The newspapers are having a good
deal of fun nowadays over that "tired
feeling," so much spoken of in medical,
advertisements, in connection with ill-
health ef females. It may be a source
of hilarity to witty paragraphers, but
not so to suffering women, who by over-
work, and a disregard of the laws of
the laws of health, have lapsed into a
condtionou bopderihg on' 1 Tn-1VaI lctm.
What most women need is to be relieved
of some of the slavish work that is piled
on them, and a free, but judicious use
of strengthening tonics, such as P. P. P.
"(Prickly Ash, Poke Root and Potassium)
the greatest blood purifier and invigor-
ator in use. Superb as a builder up of
women, bringing back lost energy to the
body, and color to the faded cheeks, re-
stoi ing the appetite, and thus renewing
-in her that healthy vitaJity long lost.
P. P. P. cures all blood diseases, such as
Rheumatism, Syphilis, Gout, Scrofula,
and all ulcerous affections, even van-
quishing that melancholy enemy of man,
Dvspepsia.


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other Terms in reach of all. Only
two hour by rail from Palatka. Plenty
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When you are feeling the heat of sunm
mer, tbrow it off by visiting this place
For full infoirmation and .terms addrew
SEISER & VINING.
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er testified. Bivens' love letters to her
do not agree with his statement that he
told her he did not love her. The de-
fense claims that the case lies in the four-
een unread letters.
THE TEN-FS ARE FOLDED.
St. Augustine Bids Adieu to the Soldier
Boys.
ST. AUGUSTINBE, July 28.-To day is
the last day at Camp Loring. The
soldiers have pulled up their tents and
departed, some on the first train for
the south; and some on the 3 o'clock
special to Jacksonville. The 1l:30
train for the south carried the Gem
City Guards, the Shine Guards, of Or-
lando, the Island City Guards and Key
West band and Ocala Rifles. The
Shine Guards had J. C. Gates, or
"Shorty," their niascotte, with them,
and he furnished amusement for all.
A number of lady friends of the militia
who attended the encampment were
also on the train..
The military companies left a large
crowd at the depot who regretted their
depart ure.
The soldiers made many friends dur-
ing their week's stay in St.-Augustine,
and will certainly rejoice at their re-
turning here next year, The famous
Wilson's Battery, of Jacksonville, in
command of Capt, Turner, this
morning fired a salute of five guns each
for the first and second battalions on
breaking camp.
Wilson's Battery also fired a salute
of seventeen guns in honor of Captain
W. L. Crawford, of the Jacksonville,
St. Augustine and Halifax River R'y,
who has by his kindness done much to
make the encampment a big success.
Mr. Crawford left nothing undone to
make things pleasant for- the State
troops, and the officers of the various
battalions, together with the Governor
and his entire staff appreciate the
kindness he has shown them.
James A. McGuire, together with his
prominent partner, -J. A. McDonald,
have also proved themselves kinft-
hearted citizens, and they have done
much for the visiting militia.
It was these gentlemen that threw
open the doors of the elegant Ponce
de Leon and extended a hearty wel-
come to all through the reception com-,
mittee of the St. Augustine Guards.
The "nGuards have also done much, and
the visiting companies are loud in their
praise of the many hospitalities they
have shown them,
Muchl fua was had by the boys yes-
terday evening and this morning, and
several hundred people were in camp
to see the boys prepare to leave.
At 10 o'clock last night the fist lieu-
tenant and three privates of the Gem
City Guards hailed a carriage in front
of the Ponce de Leon and ordered the
hack driver to take them to camp,
which he did, and when arriving at
camp, which is about three blocks
away, the boys paid him $1.75, and he
sat A it was $3. This the boys wouldn't
pay,,and a. fussoensued, which resulted
in the cutting by the, negro of J. W,
McAllister, an 'express *messenger on
the Florida Southern, running from
Palatka to Brooksville. McAllister
was cut under the left shoulder, and
the wound was thought to be serious.
He was taken to'he hospital, where
the wound was dressed, and this morn-
ing he was much better, being able to
walk from the carriage to the train
The negro ran and e,*caped, but
'Perry is after him.
Some hackmen in this city~have im-"
poaed very much upon the visiting
people here this past week. The fare
from the depot to the center of the city
has been only twenty-five eents for
years past, and when it gets above that
it is high time for a street railway here.
ILast Wednesday night a negro charged-
two gentlemen $2.75 to "drive hem
from the depot to the heart of the city.
Whether the proprietor oT the carriage
told the man to charge that p* ice is yet
to be discovered.
LARK OF FRANC'E'S TARS.
The JBu sIHIs StlU Loadinlg Them With Vn-
vors.
ST. PETERSBURG, July 31.--The Grand
Duke Alexis banquettes the officers of
the visiting French squadron yesterday
evening on -board the Russian flagship
Asia. The utmost cordiality prevailed
and the -assemblage was brilliant in the
exi~reme.
The rzar, after his visit Saturday to


the French fleet,,sent a telegraphic mes-
sage of congratulation to President Car-
noe, -who replied in the most friendly
manner.
The Novoe Vrem a declare* that it is
"'ot for the dreib und and, for Lord,Salis-
bury, but for Russia and Franco to-dic-
tate their will to Europe
The enthusiasm of the French visitors
has beeh dampened by the absence in the
speeches made by th Russians of all re-
ference to the republic. This is ex-,
plained to them by a statement that the
czar cannot drink to the welfare of dem-
ocratic institutions. Consequently, while
"Vive la France" has been repeatedly
heard from Russian lips during this vis-
it, no one of the Russian party has yet
dared to mention the French republic.
Admiral Gervais of the French squad-
ron gave a luncheon to the Grand Duke
Alexis, the mayor of Cronstadt and the
officers of the Russian squadron on board
the French flwship Marengo to-day.
The French sail0-s were entertained at
dinner at the Cronstadt exchange. This
evening the town and forts were illumi-
nated.
,The municipal authorities of St. Pe-
tersbulrg will present to each French
vessel a, valuable silver plate as a souv-
enir of the visit. The combined fleets
will celebrate the czar's coronation with
great ceremony, Every Frenchman in
the fleet will be presented with a chased
box for- cigarettes.


theo business for himself in the near
future.
Herein I see where another system of
economy could be introduced, viz: the
shipper to be his own judge of what
markets, and to whom he should con-
sign his products, and the merchant un-
derstood to be at his place of business
attandino to his business. .
7he problem or transportation has be-
corse a vital one, the solving of which
depends largely on the success of fruit
and truck growing in the future, especi-
ally in the far South. The great in-
crease in the production of late, has
tended rather to stimulate an increase in
rates of most transportation lines rather
than a reduction, which the situation
justifies. This was proven by the ad-
vance in both orange and vegetable
ratWs in Florida last winter. There
weie large crops of both and the vari-
ous lines saw that they had the promise
of all the business they could conven-
iently do, they charged, therefore the
maximum rate and most of the pro-
ceeis, (especially the vegetable crop)
wa absorbed in freight charges.
Growers throughout the South have
no-w sufficient time to obtain some
pledge or guarantee from the traffic
managers what they may expect in the
waT of rates for another season, and be-
fore another crop is planted.
The tendency to over-production,
causing a surplus ; n our market which
cannot find profitable vv.!-, is the best
evidence that the grower in the future,
must make his aim in the fu-ture one of
quality rather than of quantity. The
continued influx of California fruits in
the eastern markets (notwithstanding
thegeneral good crops throughout the
Atlantic States), mean that it is here to
stay, and that the California growers
are Zoing to take the chances, knowing
thattbe masses areonot connoiseurs, and
that their fruit is sure to please the eye
if not the palate; furthermore the dis-
tributor being the Italian (whose fruit-
standisihow found on almost every cor-
ner'in our large cities), their fruit goes
to the masses, the largest consumers,
thus having a- special advantage over
that sold by growers and other mer-
chants. All packages being gifts offers
another inducement to the buyer over
those grown in the EaAt, which are yet
largely marketed in return packages..
Growers should, therefore, aim to com-
pete by.pelling carefully, and ship noth-
in' that is inferior in. appearance, and
pack in the most attractive manner,
and aim to please the eye, as this invites
atenticfn and generally secures the
buyer.
The daily auctions that are being
held at four or five different points,
has become quite a serious feature in
the Produce market as a demorali-
zing influence is frequently the re-
sult for the reason, if only a limited
quantity is forced on the market in
its overstocked condition, the lower
prices are quickly noised about, and
the value of the supply in the whole
market is depreciated, This easy
and quick method- ot getting rid of a
large-anount of= Pro(lu'ce-(aii some
price even if not satisfactory to the
owner), is becoming a temptation to
many in the trade, and we may in the
near future, in some hour in every _day
see the red flag stuck up in front of every
store along Dock or Market, Washing-
ton or Reade Sts., and musical "going,
going, gone," of the Auctioneer will be
heard echoing from door to door.
The tendency of human nLture to
speculate on new schemes will afford
temporary encouragement to many of
the new methods ot marketing which
are claiming advantages over the-old
and tried" system of selling on consign-
ment. But I am a firm believer ini the
law of the survival of the fittest and
that the Commission Merchant is as ld-
gitimate and important-a factor as any
in commercial lines and to a great ex-
tent indispensable, as $100,000 worth of
perishable products of this fast country
must be daily disposed of. The. mark-
ets are clogged, in fact Ino time to seek
out buyers, they must go forward or
perish. The Commission Merchant as,
slipped into this" breach and saved the
Producer; he says, "send on your goods,
my store will. be open at 1 a. m., to re-
ceive them, my salesman will be on the
dock at midnight to dispose of all arri-
vals, and you will have your reports of
sales, by wire at your breakfast table."
Yes, the Commission Merchant is a
neccessity anrd he will not be driven to


the wall. He is here to stay. But,
gentlemen of the trade, let us as far as
is possibleand practical meet the re-
quirements of the shippers, and elimi-
nate all objectionable features and en-
deavor to build up a closer relationship
by working direct with your shipper
and not through a third party.
To the grower or shipper let me urge
you, after carefully selecting your mer-
chant (and let it be one deserving your
patronage), show your confidence in him
by giving him your undivided ship-
ments. He will appreciate your pa-
tronage and strive the harder to please
yon, and retain it. Do not be swayed
by these rumors of extreme and ficti-
tious prices, that are floating in the air,
around the depots and wharves, at the
op-ning of the shipping season, But
stick to your man if he has a record,
and at the close of the season you will
not regret it. G. S. PALMER.
Probably a Fake.
WASHINGTON, July 31.-A cablegram
received'at the navy department to-day
announced that the United States stea-
mer Pensacola, which sailed from Callao
about three weeks ago arrived at Acapul-
coMexico, yesterday.She will take a sup-
ply ot coal there and proceed northward
to San Francisco. No mention was made
of the loss of one of her launches and the
death of five men as reported from Cal-
lao on Saturday.
Sunday night about 8 o'clock Adam
Clyatt's saloon in Tuekertown was
burned to the ground., The loss is $1,-
000, with no insurance. Tuckertown
is a negro settlement just outside the


UNDESIRABLE .TO THE SHIPPER.


Some Timely Suggestions to tle Fruit and


Vegetable Growers-ot the [Southi and
East-Cjlltornta a Rival Not"-to Be De-
spised.
The Fruit World.
There is probably no question that con-
cerns not only the wholesale produce
trade but the grower and shipper as well
as that of the local agent. To the for-
mer the question arises, "can I, with the
low rate of commissions now paid us
(caused by the sharp competition for
business) longer, afford to divide with
him the small compensation I receive,
all risks of bad debts being sustained by
me, also the enormous expense of sales-
men and clerical force sufficient to con-
duct the business in a prompt and effi-
cient manner; not to consider the early
and long hours which the business de-
mands of my time. Whereas the agent
is at will to adopt his own time, as best
suits his convenience, and at most only
puts in a few hours a day of actual
-work, and for, which he demands in
many instances 4 hour of 8 per, cent. or
10 per cent. of everything that may have
been shipped from his station. I think
the fact, iS apparent to all that it is a
very unequal partnership, and in which
the local has the lion's-share.
To the grower this subject has become
equally serious and the many objection-
able features has caused him in many in-
stance to discontinue his patronage with
any house that employs local agents.
This has been brought about by the an-
noyances caused the shipper-by the
drummer in his efforts to divert his ship-
ment of produce to some other house
than where he intended sending it; and
which the agent is interested, and (not
the grower), to the extent of 3 to 5 per
cent. If he is not suited with one house
in a city he has another at hand, or he
can forward your produce to some house
in any of the leading markets of the
country, and with the aid of a telegram
quoting highly colored-prices lead you
to believe that his is the only house to
ship to if you' expect to get the honest
value of youlr goods, whereas possibly he
is the only. one that knows'such a house
exists.
When one considers the great increase
in the number of Commission Merchants
n the last few years, arid that the plan
of doing business J(by !the new houses
especially), is through the local, togeth-
er with those yet employed by many old
houses make a small army of drummers
at the leading shipping points, which the
farmer must come in contact with every
shipping day, and it is not surprising that
to save his own time.,and peace of mind
that he decides to cut loose from the
houses that permit their continuance.
But to consider this question from a
more important standpoint other than its
annoying features, in view of the future
Atatus of the produce business,'can'the
,growers and receivers arrord-'the enor-
mous tax that it has become on the busi-
ness,
The tendency is now to an over-produ-
tion, and except from climatic causes,
we 'are psfe to calculate in the future
general low prices must prevail. The
only hope for profit for either producer
or merchant is that business be conduc-
ted on more economic bases, although
commissions on sales even on the old
full rates are much less no-v than in for-
mer years, owing to lower market values
yet if this rebate allowed to agents could
be saved and-divided between shipper
and re-ieiver, it would be no small item
when considered at the end of the sea-
son, and would help co tide over the leaks
of bad debts, deductions and ether una-
vo'dable losses that are certain to loom
up in no small proportion on each year's
balance sheet.
"A close calculation will show any mer-
chant that it requires all of 2 per cent. to
cover the above losses incident*to the
business, and 3 per cent. more for rents,
postage, salaries, etc., showing no profit
on business done on a 5 per cent. basis.
The item for traveling expenses, has
also become o e of no small magnitude,
and the annual trips--that has been the
custom of late years--by either the prin-
cipal or a representative of the firm, to
make throughout the truck and fruit-
growing sections along the Atlantic
Coast, require as much time and expense
as a pleasure trip around the world. The
farms and orchards have so increased in
number and magnitude, that fully six
months is required to make a thorough
canvass: for example, I personally put
in three months of imcessant work of this


kind during the past winter and spring
and I then considered my canvas very
incomplete, as fully six counties in Flori-
da (where I had not been in eight years)
I did not eet foot in (although allimpor-
tant truck and fruit territory), and on
my return making stops only in the im-
portant truck sections in North and
South Carolina, with the. expection o
a three days days side trip in' southern
Georgia, making no ,stops whatever
north of Norfolk. The expense of these
trips can only be appreciated by those
who have" been over the route. A daily
conveyance of someikind is imperative,
and you sometimes pay as much tor a
mule or a draught horse, as you would
for a coach and span in New York or
Philadelphia.
Now I argue that if this custom was
discontinued, and this from three to six
month's time was given by the mer-
chant uninterruptedly to his business,
his patron's mterestsa s well as his own.
would be better looked after, as no bus-'
iness can -e run long successfully with-
out the head any more than a truck
farm can be.
As t- sending out a substi-
tute it is very seldom done
with any satisfaction to merchant or
shipper, as the latter is only interested in
the principal with -whom he is doing
business, whereas often the' representa-
tive does not fairly represent his em-


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Miss Ritchie was afterwards remanded -'
to ustody on $1,000 bail. The defense A B$9 Gun Goes Under.
'is well and ably represented by Messrs. NEw YORK, July 29.-The Evening
Fleitceri d Clark and Trabune, and the Sun say: A well known southern cap-
state Lnally so by Stanford. The de- italist, a director of the Richmond and
sense claims now that they haye never. West Point Terminal railroad and one
fiown, their hald and :wjl! ot unti of the organizers of the cotton seed oil
forced, "be real cause of her shoo tin trust, is reported failed.


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player, but is laying his plans to secure Ocala city limits.


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THE MIDDLE MAN


THE SHOOTING OF MIVENS.

'A LITTLE NEW LIGH1 THROWN ON
THE CA8E.

He Called Her Tender Names.

But Says He Warned Mls Ritchle Not to
lrftll In Love with Him as He was En-
gaged to Another-A Sensational Scee
in the Cduo t Room.
PuNTA GORDA, FLS., July 31-Court
opened again yesterday morning. A
elegram from Judge H. S. Mitchell to
0. T. Stanford, representing the state,
as follows: '.'Tampa, July, 22. Have
he Justice hold the prisoner to await
the results Of Blven's wound," was
read. I
Dr. Burland testified that Bivens
was improving, but was still in dan-
ger. The Ptate moved to postpone
the trial awaiting the, result of the
wound. Pending this the case was ta-
ken-to Court Commissioner Elam B.
C3arlton under a hpbeas corpus. The
state maintained that on the writ of
habeas corpus, returnable before court
commissioner the commissioner has no
authority or jurisdiction in the prelim-
inary examination, and for that rea-
son refused to introduce testimony be-
fore the commissioner, made July 21,
under oath before Justice Hardee; in
substance as follows: Bivens received
a note from Miss Ritchie on the morn-
ing of July 18: "Please come down to-
night, if only for a few moments," and
the reply: "Will probably be down in
the evening." In the evening Bivens
received a second note. -
-Howard. please come now-just a
few minutes; I have some lqvely flow-
ers for you-and some nice cream; do
come; I want to see you so bad." He
went and she appealed glad to Eee him.
About 11 o'cl,ck he proposed g-ing
home. She said: "You shan't go."
Soon after, her mother knocked at the
door, saying: "It, is time Mr. Bivens
was leaving." He wishect to leave.
Miss Ritchie objected, saying: "We
,, want to have our talk out, he shan't
bother us again."
HOW SHE SHOT HIM.
He continued to insist on leaving, she
objecting and pleading with him. to
stay a few m-nute! longer. He tried to
force himself away, Phe saying: iI will
tbodt you if "you go and then I will
ehoot myself." He thought nothing of
this as she acts strangely sometimes.
She picked up a pistol lying on the
table. He tried to take it away. She
said, '"no'sir; not much, and wrenched
it out of his hands. For more than half
an hour she acted queerly, clinging to
him with her arms around him.
Her mother again came in, ordering
him to'leave, telling Wifr she was making
a fool pf herself. She said: "I don't
care; I love him," She ordered her
mother to leave, telling her that Bivens
should not leave until she wa3 ready,.
Her mother' kept' begging, to leave,"
she begged him to, stay a little while-,
five minutes by the clock. After several
efforts to leave he gave itouip. -
While both were standing in the cea
,terof the room; in a twinkling she
Threw the revolver against or near his
breast, within five or six inches.of it,
having her arm around him at the time,
-nd fired. He*dropped, saying: "You
have killed me." "All right, I will die
with you," she replied, and flredt again.
He arase, trying to wrench the revolver
from her. This lasted about ten min-
utes until he was. completely exhausted.
Her mother cam in after the first
*ihot and beeran screaming. After a few
moments she screamed to her mother,"
Why don't you help me get it ; he is
taking it away. and if I don't shoot m~y-
self they will hang'me." With the aid
tof her mother he secured the pistol, but
dropped it'in his weakness.
He staggered ouat, zoing home, cra wl-
-':,- ing and walkfng.-
ENGAGED if) AN~oTHER
For some month past he had been con-
tantly associated with her,' and seeinll
her falling in love he told her 'not to ex-
pect anything, he being engaged. She
had told him that her mother objected
to his coming to her house and for the
past month he ,had not visited her or
seen her. He believes she got-, him~there
purposely, to'murder him. She had in
her hand the revolver over half an hour


and kept begging him to Ptay one min-
ute longer. When she shot. him she
said, "There." shooting him quick as a
flash. She several times had asked him
to marry her. He told her he did not
love her, She would say: "I would not
marryyou if youdid not love me."
*BIVENS'LETTERS.,
The defense submitted twenty-one
letters and claimed to have fourteen
others; calling her 'my dear little wife,"
-"sweetheart," "darling," "dear sweet-
heart,'; sending her fruits and vine.
"My darling Lee, I did not know how
dearly I loved you ; think of me often,
darling.". "Your's devotedly, and one
who loves you dearly." He signs shi-
self variously-"With all my heart, and
soul, love" Sweetheart; your Howard."
A, SENSATIONAL SCENE.
The defense insinuated unexpected de-
velopments and: stated that more than
one woman is concerned; that a mantle
of shame would be thrown ground the
head jof a certain well-known lady giv-
'ing Ler name.+
Her husband arose to close with*the
attorney, but they were separated. The
lights went out and the ladies left the
court unceremoniously. Soon order was
restored and the court adjourned until-,
this morning. '
On reconvening, the gentleman de-
manded from the attorney w'hat was .
': meant.*, The answer. did not reflect on
his 'wife and was accepted as satisfacto-


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