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"Blow your own horn."
D.E. Thompson, editor.
Published by: Purdy & Ruhl, .
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The Tuskawilla news
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 Material Information
Title: The Tuskawilla news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Thompson & Ruhl
Place of Publication: Micanopy Fla
Creation Date: July 23, 1891
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Micanopy (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Micanopy
Coordinates: 29.506389 x -82.281944 ( Place of Publication )
Numbering Peculiarities: Numbering irregular, <Mar. 1891>.
General Note: "Blow your own horn."
General Note: D.E. Thompson, editor.
General Note: Published by: Purdy & Ruhl, <June 4-July 23, 1891>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 14 (Mar. 2, 1891).
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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Silver and Plated are.
All kinds of work done in the best manner.
F'RED G. B. 1VEIHE, Oc ala, Fla,

lneovie Advertisemraenta .

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couldnow induce cattle owners to revert
to the old way. Perhaps the best method
of showing its merit would be to quote
a few of the letters, testimonials entirely
unsolicited, sent Mr, Tilghman:
W. 0. Tilghman:
Dear Sir-Please send me a package
of your invaluable Condition Powder. I
can't keep one over night scarcely, as
neighbors seem to fancy it as much as I
do, and borrow and beg most of it away.
I ,avegiven them your address and will
keep them to myself hereafter. It has
worked like a charm on several sick
calves and an ox that was very low.
You are a public benefactor and deserve
to get rich out of your Powder.
Yours very truly,
Hegman, Pas o Co., Fla., Feb. 24, '91.
Mr. Tilghman:
Dear dir-Please send me by return
mail a package of your excellent Con-
dition Powder. I.saw your advertise
ment, and as my neighbor, Mr. Hack,
who ordered some from you, claims it to
be excellent, I want some for calv:-?.
Yours sincerely,
Chipco, Pasco Co., Fla., Feb. 7, '91.
W. G. Tilgh -an,: -
Dear Sir-I intended to have sent the
money for the cattle medicine long ago,
but neglected to do so. My, calf died
just twenty-four hours before your
medicine arrived, but I have had two!
others that began to fun down, and a
few doses revived them right away. I
also let one of my neighbors try it, with
the same result, I think it good.
Yours truly,
Orange Park, Fla., Jan. 2f6, '91.
Dear Sir-I enclose $1.75 for the Con-.
ditionPowders. I have sold five pack-
ages, and in vry case in which they
were tried, they cured in a few`days.
Every one who got a package are loud
intheir Praise. I amn trying to get it,
tried on a couple of sp-tter-i that aro sick
and will not eat. I think your Powders
,-will soon,be in great demand here, and
'some one will be compdlled to keep a
supply on band. Every one who has
tried them nsay that they will never buy
.any but yours again. Yours truly,
; M. C. OWELU '
"qultriSt. Johns Co., Fla.,, Ap'l. 1.
SDear Sir-Enclosed I and you $10,
for which please send its value in your
stock powders to J. L 8 ewart &. Co.,
Apopka, Fla. I have distributed your
powders among stock owners, and all
that I have heard speak of results, think
itall thatyou recommend it to be. Be-
lieving that you are one of the greatest
benefactors of South Florida in this dis
cover. I am yours truly,
Plymouth, Fla., May20, 1891.
Dear. Sir-The cow I got the Condition
Powder for is about well, gaining in
flesh arnd milk fast and appetite good;
eats all she can get. Now I have tried
several drug stores in and tried
to get them to order your Powders and
keep them on hand, buc they say they
keep and make condition powders that
are as good or bexter. I know this it
not true, for until I got yours I lost
every cow and calf that got sick. I
tried a dozen'different condition pow-
ders, and, they did no good whatever,
the cattle steadily got worse and died.
Your Powders are the first I ever saw
cure salt sick, ant my cow wes much
better after two or trree doses. I want
to get them introduced here, where there
is stock cattle all around; almost impos-
sible to raise a calf, and any amount of
money is spent yearly on worthless rem-
edies. I have spent for powders and lost
in cattle two or three hundred dollars
myself, and we only Ikeep one or two
milk cows at a tlne. Cattle men about
here would surely buy it if they only
knew its virtues. I have a neighbor
about to lose her only cow and calf by
saltsick. She wants to get yoar fPow
der, but it is so inconvenient to get it
per package by mail. I will get it and
sell it to the cattle men here, and show
theamwhat a sure thing it is. Once in-
troduced its sale is sure, and the --
druggists will have to get it or s66l no
other, Mrs. M. C. SOWELL.
Moultrie, St. Johns Co., Fla.
Dear Sir-Enclose please find $1, for
which please send me its worth in Tilgh-
man's Salt' Sick Remedy, The medi-
cine I got of you some time ago when
my cow was sick, did the work in good
time. I believe if I had not gotten it
when I did my cow would have died in
a few days. Yours respectfully,
Auburndale, Polk Co., Fla. '
Dear.Sir--Your Condition Powdera
proved an entire success in curing my
cow..please Send me one dollar's-worth
more 0t the Powders by express, for
which I enclose cash to that an-ount.
", Yours truly,
Dor F .' H. A. ROBIE.
Mr. Dora, Fla. ',
DeaS'r--It is t" ne I should write to
you about the medicine. I am very glad
to say I think it has saved the life of my
yearling, and I feel very thskful to
you for it, 1 am satisfied it is an excel-
lent medicine for cattle in Florida. It
dd not make such wonderful changesein
a few days as your letter indicated, but
h e gradunally, 'began 'to improves from
he start and now eats much more than

shedid. and feels better, I think she
will come out all right in tiunie. I show-
ed my appreciation by recommending
our druggist to send for some. I want
to keep ic contautly on, hand. Thank-
ing you, with h sense of personal obll-
gat ion for savins theanimal's life,
"I,. 1 am truly yours,
(Rev.).Gxo. I, BUTLER.
Bowlir g Green, DeSoto Co., Pla.

We give only a few of a great many
received by Mr. Tilghman, but they
show conclusively the value of his Con-
dition Powders-to our large and small
owners of cattle as well.

''Polk C4 nty News says: Who
ever heardof such a thing as a sun
stroke min Florida? No such thing
on record, while in higher latitudes
"they are being continually reported
during summer months. ,
An exchange says: The 70,000
tourists in Florida this past winter
ppent, It Is estimated, at least $7,000,-
000 while in the State. This is only
$100 each, and it-is an exceedingly
low ptimate.

Ocala Advertisements.





A Modest Citizen Makes a Discovery ot
Value to the World, and Shows That
effect Follows Cause as Surely as Moun-
S"tain Streams to Valleys Flow.
One hundred years ago it would have
been presumption's highest flight to
have said that messages might be borne
long distances almost instantly bymeans
of wires and electricity, hlikewise the-
man who dreamed, much tiss talked, of
traveling ten, twenty or thirty mile an
hour by means of railways and steam
locomotion, would be termed a veritable
dreamer, and so went the wisdom of the
world, it is said that fools ever change
their opinions, while wise men yielding
to the logic of current event o0ftendo.
The sternness of demonstrated fact
/ will, like the constant dropping of water
that wears away me sona rook, finally
assert its sup:emacy, over superstition
Sand theory, and ride triumphantly into
6ppular favor.
Stephenson had the audacity to aqsert
in a firrti and quiet way before a com-
nu1tee of the English Parliamdnt his be-
lief that a roadway might be constructed
and laid with irbn rads on wi-ith anum-
Shert' of carriages drawn by a steam
engine could be made ,to run several
niles axn hour and distance the (a-tast
roadsters. Poor fellow he .was only
laughed at and bhi inquisitors Aneeringly
.asked' if he thought be could make his
:, carriages go ten, fifteen or twenty miles
a811 Iour, to which, ho replied he thought
'" it p.Nsoihle to go llirty wiles an hour.
The committee tholight thi too much
:" and at once put the schleme'idown as,
visionary in the extreme.
S ors<>e with his Iheriie telegrajh met
with little nnrc encouragement.
..Columbus would not have seen the,
first dawn of a nuew world ha I he listen-
ed to the superstitious fl'ra of the dolts
Sto whomin he applied for aid in hisscheme
Sof discov-rv. Thanks to his indomi-
table will, Lis untiring energy, and his
..faith in unseen things to which are due
Sthe rise and progress or a new empire,
the enlightenment and. social advance-,
: ment of not only new fields, but their,
known world and tie glories of America.
Stephenson lived to see the world
riddled by railways andtrains traveling
fifty, sixty and even have been Ikown
Sto speed away at thb rate of one-nun-
dred miles an'hour, while the sapheads
whose wordly wisdom caused them to
sneer at the crude and early plans of,
t, apid transit have been forgotten long
since. Morse saw lis invention or dis-
cucvry circle the world and add untold
value to the store of knowledge.
\.Thns it is that every innovation,
f' t hue i by pluck knd perseverance, s
'-liUay triumphant, i- at first combatted,
hooted at and set down a3 visionary."
The custom of our fathers and even of,
I bho at this day who know, no better
nd who have not had the new way re
vealed to them, wa to drive their cattle
iMildi anid iPmi away to new pastures
wh-re the succulent juices- of choice
grasses different from past daily graz-
i ings would arrest ad where perhaps
the saline air would relieve them of that
peculiar affection known as "Salt Sick ."
The new and better way, because so
much surer and so much less trouble is
the invention of our fellow-townsmamn,
Wrn. G.,Tilghmnan. Bring a man used
S to and sti ying tbe buhabits of cattle, es-
rII.clally tie cow of our ranges, he hit
upolmn a pi eparat ion now known and ex-
: tnsInvely sold as Tilpiman's Condition
Powders. Their use selves the prut-lem
and the long wearisome drive to\ new
S pa.stures is no longer necessary.
Salt sickness so called, disappears '-be-
fore this magic, powder likg leavesbefore
L a gale,
But there is another line in connection
S with cattle and the animal world gen-
erally, in which Mr. Tilghman has ex-
plored the field of the hitherto unknown
and handle dlicoveries that makes the
k keeping of large cattle ranges and" their
Ire-ding doubly profitable. If indeed
the application of old principles, as.old
as Lunitir.) itself, can be called a dis-
covery, then such is this. It is no small
thing' Nto say that sox can r'be determined,
S yet such is the unerring fact. '
Mr. T'lghman is the author of a book
n the pages of which are revealed to
.y the world the result of his researches in
tins direction, and his falling upon the
;- principle, ur erring as it has proven ,to
bp h, is adtiscovery or application of an
,', old Drnciihl if you please, that old
healds and hvsieiauna shake at in doubt,
but facts are .lubbsrn liongs.
Long year aego thft celebrated Dr.
Napli-,h 01~c Philadelphia, in one of his
pulblication, proclaimed the principle
and set forih Ihis ideu; he supposed he
hadl ,iisc'vprerd the method, but, he was
only partially c frrect. To Mr. Tilgh-
man-'s meilhiil a set forthi in his book,
actual expe iiieiit.s have proved it infal'"
lible, and he th"refore oiers in good
faith to tlhe world his secret, guarded
'aliko for tlhe purchaser and hiimself..lIn
fact, if ,enu.ts ate not'"an desired, no
-p,.y ia ref<(uireIl.' The safety of such an
offr lies i't lie fact that failure has
rnever be-en lk'nB,n where tlhe siniple di
r,'ctons were followed
When the voyage of life is begun and

the rosy dfeamns of the young tbenedict
are-fulfilled he, like the patriarchs of
o d, ee_-Lers his proudest hope in the de-
sirs thb t hL fis t-bo-n shall be'a son. It
SIus aI to be said that what God sends we
Should say '-Thy will be done;" now we
follow well known laws of nature and
have our desires, and God's will is done
noneche tlese. W hat then can we say?
Can we have what we will, male or fe-
male? We reply yes. The book to which
we referred tells the whole story plainly
and simply, and the story is confirmed
"by Holy Writ.
S We could add a score of evidences to
*' account for certain strange family rec-
orda,wherein some all were boys And
m'others all were girls, proving to such
the truth of its pages. Simple,
chaste and true, a careful perusal is not
only interesting but astonishing..
:.-.. "Testimonials as to the application of
this'method and its unvarying success
Shave been received from physicians,
ministers, stock farmers and'individual
t./ B witers, 1ing in several States of the
Union UromOalifornia eastward, and to
doubywg Thomases we can only say, ap
;' .. fly the test and believe."
,.** Everywhere in Florida, wLre these
d" :* wders have-been tried they have giveng
L... ? greatest satisfaction and nothing

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Wo r,-~.",.t oi'!lv,. No u, r -speoriol attention to our DR)PEGf'S GOODS, 6b"
ii? l'in-3t texturiv, ''l ai~'- nd va-i-i -lty, the hlt^t, of' wliiul is t.!-.e bliwhkh eng "*''
,-,ili,-i-i-i, L V.)\IJ D')r,..s : wl hi,\ ite I of exqu i t 1, 11t1-0r1.s ;ti([ at R (3 ij-O .. .-
<,i'TOM PfIC'KIA. To l.,+cril'e the qi|aintities anw. 1diflffer:.ut qu;lities of -u..- !.
it" dtv!...- 'lr,:!, uoodls would 1 iip,') sible, ;anul '-e invite ;you..lo vfll
',nt'll1! tj ,,' ,,tore tli(l We \X ill b .' L',_,(d.I-, t iir l ,\,;.iv. o. < "; *." *

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; in full trim, with an en le:'-; variety cf Floweprs., \Wrenth?. a iijd bboti -- ;..
OUr e.,.;-rt iIinn e r t rWill triu you t ie hend-g .ir artistica ly free f-.P '-' "
eihir=e an. d gu-arjiitee s-.atis'a.ctifton. ". 'q:;',o.'*
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II, ( ,>'* ,',, Ii. l cadd,,,'' n to "n 'r-ock ,I l't ._' I it,.t ha il "m ade lud<'f : . 4 f .: :.- ;-'.
*'..t ..... li. I nl. o tn. 211'. 1' .,.1'1 ni. d Bhys' h ahsiv e a floon l o 1 H a ',-.a.q
.'orht'-'^. O r i,.m'rr ', line; of <,o ,.* isc i,l ,'Ah ', Ivith .. .s .
;!- '' *h ill ie vI,,.l "lo !/,',u FOI R 'HE, L I 1YES'7, PoSSi3L_-E,.:_ _
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1. E.YMAN.-Y.N-,
Mer..il_,er of the- -MleIber'of-th-i. ;.
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AN OPEN LETTER the Stouth hai to (,-*l',r to hIome-seek-
-ers-and capitalists.' Do not.wait un-
To the People of the South. til Octobbr T"lIke this, work up at
If a merchant has goods to sell he once, for the Per-mannt, Display is
oes not expect a customer to boy nom. ,eiug 'arranged in thecity of
Raleigh. .The Permnanent Display
until he sees the quality and price., i e |ept open all the year round
f the Sout lhas lands, water pow- so that hat is sent in.at onoe wil
rs,.minerals and timber to sell they ,- during your section great good, and
cannot be sold unless they are adver-jyou cau add to it fromn time to time

LITTLE 1,,,',i. entef'tained for the "
recovery of London's great preacher,
Rev. Chas. Spurgeon, who is saidtto
be dying of kidney troubles.
PATRON-IZV your 'hone i,:, ,'< t -,.
those. who have cast their lot in the
same town with, you and pay taxes
and rent. You may se-nd off to some '
big wholesale houso and gee t!in.-_
a few cents cheaper, but. by the time
postage and freight has been paid
the cost is abont the same and, the
goods are ,- ..,.-,!]v of an inferior
quality.-Orlando Record.

Truc3i 'Farming
Cn-t.,.; estimates, according to the
(.'hic::,,o Trii'i~ie has it that upward
lfiiCy,,',)li0s -invested in the truck
farming iobli'-tr4," in the United
States, the annual production being
three-quar ters of this amount, or $86,-
, .,,6,:..]' r^.liz-,l from 534,440 acres of
land. In the work are engaged 2"'.,-
766 men. 9,264 women and 14,874
children who are aided by 75,968,000
horses .and mules, 11.,, use/, nearly 9,-
000,000agricultural implements. The
industry is carried on, in nearly all
the states, but the principle di- i,'--
are a narrow belt on the S:-ii.1 iAt-
lantic coast and along the 'M -, i =. ippi
/ Thlhis conce-eded to be one of the
small branches of :American f:i ri!' ,-n
and-yet here are fie.ur~s enormous
in their proportions. And they are
figures which ought to indicate pros-
pority, but these truck farmers, like
their more pretefatious n,4ighlbors, are
complaning of _hard times. Where
does all the money go? 'Into I th e
maw of monopolies, and corporations
trinsts and gdmblers. It goes to pay
the immense salaries paid corporation
officials and 'dividends oni wart..- ,i
stock. It goes to make millionaires,
anwdleaves its preoducers poor. F6i
(_;,-,'--.sake give us a financial system
that will -enable those who :.rrFduC(
tne Wealth to enjoy at least a portion
of it. "

She TuskawIa


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$I.M-" six months, 50 ce
M,, aohthsf25 cents. All sU
due in advance.
,f (he paper is a complet
..Appointed job printing
.with new' typo and pressed
',petent printers, satisfac
sured all Who may favo
c.'call. All kinds o wor
",- W -With proniptuess and 44
at.reasonable prices.
-" location in the paper f
furnisned upon applicati

Thursday, July 23
'-".'. eTHE citizens are going
', the waterworks businesE
S ville. Success to them.

BRo. HARRIS, of the N
cOala, gets rather froth
Sabuse- heaped upgn the E
'bhe- St. Augustine P
Pight, Bro. ToM, don't
.- privilege.
-' 'PUNTA GORLDA was tl
fever of excitement on 0
: by the announcement th
" ,-.ard-B!.ivens was fatally s
.Lee.rlkitchie. The old,
: the cause-a love-affair.
""decided that her husba
shall permanently rest iE
.l Richmond. -This will
polotmentto many sot
Miat have been applVQan
., ,' ,,-
E'"- regret td lose the
"" 61-from our exchange
7tconisoled 'by the thou
-,only for the d-ull-easc
," ".it will turn up all smile
buiy .eason starts in
Weekly edltioA continic
si c. spy and' newsy as over
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THE investigation of
.; ,, ..the Experiment Statior
., "which has' been goiti|
j...timae i Jacksonville,
- :* iahod,-and Director DeP
4i' 0ot guilty, though the
-o.:--.; committeee were forced t
#'-; %_..'he director is a poor bt
ye'" ,q:,yt there seems to be nmc
o, connected "with his adm
THafailureof the-F
Bank, of Palatka, come
-': '-4. :ig effect up6n that..,.cl
-' cers are noted for, theit
.the..4people, though d
., : ealagtrophe,_jamy,
.%' ;-'..doors and that Itwit w it(
4. ably. It is stated that
.- .teLake City .bank wa
damaging to the forme
"inegai' was partial
- ....with the latter, and wL
-'c). .ame eouTd not meet
.S':. known that the First
: ** unabl'-to get rea-oul
i "*'_ "tn New. York. "
i'; ., "* THE a-rticle appearing
-: t''-,.^ addressed to the peoiplo

::"'- '"':... ': is o-f .a most pertinent
i':, .pe~rhaps t,4kocoguizan
**. port~anc.att-nclwd to tli
i..' ., ..-of the-varied resources
-.- ', .and Glorious New Sout
("". "- iPatrick, Soeretary of tl
.- ": to be held at Raleigh,
" '.,, .,.to' irepress 'the imports

.'-" s~heowlng up the adv
^?:- S-o.luth ttlie n'ori.herne
^" induce .them to ldves
^.-" -.with-us.' No .'state i
":. -in~more need~ol' eapit
.- .. .-..than.Florflda, nor earn'.
"..- .the .same induceueents
'.* _- to the-capital istc or set t
i .. we' say "she ought to

$:' :'. -trust, everyone will
/" : ;the'article and put &rt
*^ -*!:*_-..,"/ to.'_tho'roughlfY- repres

,'.'. ""' Wjvt, Phosphate
'.,' ,' ,i .. ,' ',,^ .' --
.'. '*'- TheSavannph Flori
:-." 'tern.m-ralway will mak9
"*'. Handle .the phosphate
,-.-;. -and Awarehouse is to
_'.o''. once,-in which to store
'-.,- Wqfllost fronh $150,p00
:'*f;"'" build warehouses, true
1. t;.;-r,-;brs-for handling phos
1ib" *'."-the _&vaUna h, ,.Florida
s- "-:4"iailwav in Savannah.-

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% / .", theAli ,ai.te is right,!
-v "- is,:fineecould be MJ
A'.';gtv^\t rtieir sani@tion i
?...' ctan ,'l are" aware
":","That lnbing that wi
.e*?tfie gQod of. our fare
il/?' g.die^ii fo If U

g~~'^t~yef ge More M4
lifflbn-,:in *t',he. cIuntry
._,feed (k:.ood a~iri
ir oitlbly-thFn thae h
iB'^t^y' tho'Al
tow 19 rte- of,'1

Sq.p~iUmr can St.ta'
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;t. :FP~j-U .,1p.
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usinss man,s "-1. '""*" .............0n-
.o rimnaltytised, and unless what they areecapa -asyun:y kc1eton.,
.o crmialt .d heq -iit I ,-IP pectf fully,
dinistration. ble of producing and the quality i? J. T. PATIRIV, Secretary, L
shown to those who desire to pur- ^--,^ilalegh, N.C. J-
7irst National chase. The opportunity pre.-ented ----aleigh N
)s with appall- to the people of each county in the Flrida fWill be Tliere .Sure.
ty. The ofl- South to advertise Its resources, free ..... Or-
Integrityanod o ot a ieSutenItrS e ONHLA N.I)O, la. July 16.--mmThe O~r-
ploringt o cost, at the Southern Inter-State county World's fair convention
Ptie Permanent Display and Ex'position n .- .,^,^ ^O "ryt ... ., -- --
'^,'-'i~p a c .* . ....! ..... hei- 1 ",,',. .., g it, > 1"'1 w 1t"^ dh a-C hi~ iu -teeki delegates p resen t, re-
e_ 0 yelose its awake section can afford to be left ",ri.-n tie edel g oaf the county, )r
t 'dofie ouor- out. B.Iow we give a list of articles 0 u ai si ^,ever3 'prtofo. The O
th falu'eofand( the quantity that caube exhib~it-
t e in^ :m 'I delegat,-s are: prominent business St
0in omo ay Pd. It NLIII cost but very little to C,
!r as Presidnt, men and farmers, about one-third
asresident collect the articles for exhibition, oft entbeingaltianeemen.
Ily identified and all southern railroads are trans. ( t. ofo. F. chairman of
heu the rush porting the exhibits free. All that is h ;^ y executive, committee,
t it. It i~alao necessary is to direct to Southeri called the mn.etin to order. Mahlon
National were Expositiou, Raleigh, N.C. The fol- (o,'e re,! the cm l.t to. r. Chulb
able discounts lowi g are along the arti ,le-s ltthat rea,- the :-.cMayorl W L, Palmer S
are desirable from each section of '-,,
th e 11 o u tli forpte e'UIl,,ile S o u th e n tc a irm an in a p e .
in this issue the s honth to place in the Southern p Mayor' Palir was elected
-of the South Exposition to be heldin thecity of aud e-sorted to -the chai raid a,
natue. ewRatleigh, N. C.:
nature. Few, !j'li NC':., 'orin of apue.Col. R. G. Robin-
One-half bushel of each variety of ,rmfala'e."o.R..I0bn
ice of the inp- sou of Zeilwood was elected tempo-
ie ad'vertising the following: Barley, buckwheat, ,'ar srtr. .
.ofthe(+rndcorn, oats, rye, wheat, rice, grass
of the Grrand 4-1 ac'''v'w~'rl~'.lts The .omieeon credutials was pl
th. M.J.T.seed, cane s'eed, field peas, beans, Thrfieeo rdliswsp
th 1\1oir J. TIf dried apples, peaches, quinces, th-n appointed, after whiclithe con- k
lie Exposition prunescherrie s, wild a cultivted ventiotanadjonrut-d nntil.2 o'clock. ;al
N. C., wishes prunes, r herries, wild ad erltiv.P ted The co{.iv(-eution reassenmbled at 2 dx
uce of royaly berries, nuts and.1 acorns. Preserved sp_., and-the..committee o.n cred-, ra
antages of the fruits i half-galln glass jars o tne ote ..
:r, and ^S eeby h oten pounds of each variety of cot- tep
t their ^ capitl-tou Ii seed and liut; flax and jute Inlh Permanent. E
n the Uuion is various stages of lmaniulation; ten The Secretary then read letters
nile d setities pounds of each variety of sugar; one froh Gser.rr Flmning, and from j t
auy state offer gallon of each variety of molasses CD E. Nellie Beck and Mrs. M.. ,
... s .ecn and sorghum ;boney, onequart oron-, Florida's lady commissioners
s thar she canC5BlFolas aycmnsies
te" therefore to ten pounds in comb; two pounds World'sFair, expressing re.
er there e of each variety" of tobacco; te1 groets at. their liability to attend'
be there. W 'riablt t tien4
ca ref ull3 rea d po u n d s o f eac h v a rielty of l 'ra s ; o n e a ud h o )r s t, l t he- co uv e u tio u w ou ld
.eve y eff o rt b u n d le, six In c h es in d iaii e^te r, of l)e as s .
each variety of graiu Ln seal; hops, a great un o s.
five p "unds; broom corn, ten to Th efn comitteeth n reported theJ.
tweut-five ea;garde pas ad llowig exeutiveoommittees: J.
+ is Doing." ^baus, one gallon of each variety E ln\ra p,,,,.iegeo. E. Chutb,
Ida and Wes- dried; plants aud growing shrubs Iu T.nd.e Aulin, D.,W.Adam. ooThe
e provision. to pots; spirituout Iam ors, wines and Id e ui D d T he
at Saavaah, alI kinds of liquids, oue quart of report wa r adopted. This committee
be erected al each variety; minerals, building represents every part ofthe county
the rogk. It stones, precious stoues, m arl and n d nt r 0g dprom ssin t he
) to i*200 0b to phosplhate rock, any size specimens; After ,ousidet'.tble disoeussi rnthe
convention deckled to elect forty
ek and elva-.. soils, obe foot square, as deep as de- d t h s convention to
,phate .rock at sired, bored up so as to retailn the be heldthe re on October 7, leaving
) and Western saine shape as when taken from the bhlate ou to deaing-
--E ', 1 ground; wood and Utm ber specim ens, the.atate convention tOa 'de idel the
if in sawed form, one inch thick, any fracti nofa vote thiateach delegate
erehuts, Width and length; ifastini s entitled to, aud this~givesone dele-
erchu s a wetud fromte treetoe an,.,sz gate for each one hundred votes cast
. b sawed from the tree, to be an h size at fe last election, and a committee
naugurated by-desired; if spi f the tree, the wappoiuted to recommend dele-
nid we believe' section to be large enough to square
[ore ready to at least two by four inches hy four gate '. to'; was t.en
to atsine Ttrnueassthe
than our mer- feet long; mawafactured goods, from introduced. After paying bl his tre-
re6 of the fact cotton, wool, flax and silh, 6ae.h ns in tr o te payi ng he ,ave-
11 redound to ple usual'width, six yards long; frop speets to tile legiature, heogave a
,rs will be of wood orlron,oniespecirmenofakind; gw accouptiont-e r anr e o
,he sub-treasury stuffed birds and animals; Indian the state and coniplimentedOrange F
or which-, it is relics and curiosities; photographic county highly forhaying ak, he said
oney inu, circu- views of buildings, farmus aud lead in this atter. Florida, he said,
IV. no one will scenery, one of.a kind..eed-;a good display at Chicago He
from it. more The. above, list of articles may be showed a, diagram justreceivodgiv-u
merchant. And added to, both in'variety and quar- fin ou ^ p ebraska n runds,
lianceas away tity,.according to what is produced, groued,'ewita. Nebraska,e rkansas
>to oircuklation, manufactured, or found in each state and ;1nilesota. e-proposed build-
tut reit w. a inpacormn nation buildio g of four
d. JIS the A- "The cheapest means of advertising a partmentsaf totalcost oe f $20,000
r gotti.ng." per Is to have a dozen columns of one is- "0r edch st a th
-there w willi e sue of:+your county papers devoted to Pl- n. o "a .
ore .,goods- w'll theaadvantagos that your county can T e o then
' will question offer to land buyers; and have.one to g to direct e
iwo^ld, not.the ten- thousaiid printed, and send to us c i al directiond oiethe
.TrL"w d nio~t.th. I-fr dsti to no g te l rge to not subject to th6 directions of the,
-"'f-Hfe nost- ,crr for distribution aniong the large ^- ^ omte
io. _.b6Hove ta_ -ngmber f visitors who will attend state' eouve' tionui-,The committee
beH far- the Per inents, D.play, which.;is w'us fnlsoinstructed .to- fill vacancies
iu its numbers. The delegates to the
,e. tlh 'kdbd- .'= "'diII conatiundoirsiv.... open to the public, a'nd ,..
-e rtoh E poi^.to popero estate convention were authorizoeet
^^e- orto- ih '.spotiii-tiou proper, to be held 8 pois
tba during Ocr and November. appoint their proxies.
^?'^--19 A resoluu~n wav i- h q t
.ce:... ? :--'" -,sit' w wll expect to -see what A r
J'. , ,9"e ,. v ; .

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,i Ntah- n Wlffrc srou .-

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Workmanship ;upe 'cnETTC.
Workmanship SnpeorridrPloe; ECas Scuable

Is now- ready to do all kind' c;
ental work at- the lovwest prices.
flice over J. C. Mlathers' Dr.u,-"
to re : -



Rdt-hember my inten-tion- is to
lease the public, ti ,-r-f.,i', I will
eep nothing but the best teams, and
m prepared ., to' furnish teams for
riving, draying, etc., .at reasonable
ates. Give me a trial.
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.CTABLIsapw. IN 1.853. UP.nNED OUT IN 186A5

Micanopy Drug Store.



j' Dr gs," Medicnes, C'l)11i(-.:l
iiints,'Oils, Toilet Articles, Confec
ions and all other articles usually
kept in a first class Drug Store.

f h,.SnK"i^ l ''f ''- f f.-i.. r I =have )eer .ida&.
I X aal.1 !.. nn ollT04do, ()hi.)
i ^ ^3 .l -M : -'' h .. t. ,r & ,.'},''-1 .0
t ~~~~i..,.t, n ) .,the %, rrk and i,
"te h ...r. ,.r. ,:- you pr vten be-
7,.^^?5 y '.,,,r, ,' -,^ ''arninz from ln to
/} ||ng ,1y la *1 ,"f t-r e Oiiw youhuo .
"( -' i .. .:r r all ;h n.. 1 ;F money fan whrk
l.I5;allettt<". C..L #x e---O ' el'.0 '. l' .,

7'Whole.-ale and Retail "
dealerJin ,

Agent for the Celebrated Avegill

E. A. Hacker, Proprietor
Geo S Hacker (&Son'

:Orders promptly, attended- o and
correspondence.sol. i.ti:,.l. :
S. ,-,-.., ,BiPAILATKA,,FLA,. E >
.,-,,.= ~ ~~~dec20-a~prl +"i..,.'

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S .., .- -. /-- ,,.u[ a i ji r h.,lt Ut .r n i P. t- r 6 lB yol- t,,r\;; .I0 'rin r hl | 1% e'CU
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Neat Work Guaranteed.
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0HNSON' & C0., Pr0ps.
Fresh Breid, Cakes' Pie6, lo-., 1
Kept always on haud. Fa-mili-, _.
Tilii-l. ,1 at ;",l,!.-,l prices. 28
Loaf Brettd-A ;,.k,ts for $100,.
ALL K i10.. OF

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T-]'7_,iE1', DAY V__l
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de~e 0-3m *' m ;" .. -
0. S. c h p .-, .

.Msack-tn i~st hiig, ^

A l.,:'l] il;y. Satisfaction giiir;uii'-,
t,?0,;, \\ ;on and carriage, repair
neativ dm!,-:. 1vI .

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T.,, , ''.. [ '.. u .1,-,:, T**,,, ': i',,,."r l
n ,, i r ,1 t. i. i ily a 'd q it',ic ly-
itni-rt(!. 1 duaire but one work -from ech ctlu-ict urciunty. I
,,a-'e trew!Y taught a!d provide' "* .' .... n ,, .-, ,
humbcr, r* ... ,. ** ,*; *.., i. n, 1, Ma .Vl
and S O a :i .,r ...** .. ** t ; r '. ..a, .-,"'*
,E. -A :.i.".' .L ', '-. i?-' -(29 .it-,' -.-';, .]i *"i "
', AND DEALEB: IN ,1,*
I" .|-o "1r '- ,i '1 "' P -

..... L =,' Sash, -Dor0 ... \

Blinds, Etc., .Etc.,

." Fi.,i-f!.,.'t~i,,t guara.nteed- and c0r-
re.sponidenicG''-/,1 ;cl it-.l."


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)rge J Arnow, Lots 23 ,ud ;;3 .smith'._ add't, 4.60 i
uisa Ba&srt, Boudil on the .orl'th I-y J J
Barr, ea!-t by T M Mc(_redle, .
so,_th b.y W, M, IlN-aMie west
by B WNFontane Living-
.tol addit tion, 3.05
Buxon, c1t., hot '7 nlith' a{1,1iin} .95
iza B.Chaney, lot 42, Payne 'aditin, .95 ]
illiam C'anitv, lot 6l, Froiblev 's addition, 1.45
llianii Dul'ham, lot. u)tintd on llf i 'tle by ,
Mfc'redie, ,;outh 1t) vTay-
h.or, (.t 'y Robintson, on
north by Perry, acre,
Liviupgstonl'5 ai h lic?'o1, 7 8.05
IV Fontaue, lots S7, 90, 91, .|1, Stouglton's
addition, 8.70
"s N L Frevermouth, lot bound, n the uorth~by7949,
b ^ .rr~n st r1-1ughli ton's. addition, o 1,85
t Southern R'y, lot 73, : ton5htou's aJili,..!, 6,65
rmain and side trLt, ke ,B tough-
ton'-. addition, 21.40
o Hines, lot 27, (C'lnlds' additiou, 1,45
amp Hunter lot 20, 'Payne'? inadlil[on, .95
r") -t EI,, Sntith.'s addition, 2,00
U Ley, 1,t- 1,2 2 ani :d smith's ad- ,
dition, -,.'
C Ley, ( lot- 20, 21, 22, 24, 2.5, 42, 43, 44,
45, Smith's addition, 11,30
B]Le v, lVt ?4, Smith'-- addition, 4,60
17 ItMil lots 7 h ,<.h 4il1ls' addlifion, 2,50
hos M cCall, lots 10, 11 a d.. 12, C hihis "
addi( t ion, 1 2,40
H Maosey, lot 45, Stoughtoh's addition-,` 1,45
6In MeIlw-e, ,! acres bounded on the north
J, Bassett, on the east by,
Liviugston st, ou tlhe soth
b yv Hunter street, on the
wvest by lauds.ofstokes and
Fontaue, Livlugeton's addi-
t ioen, : 4,90
Perry, 1 lot, LiviinLI-ton's addition,- .*i.,
B Pardee, lot 47,and '- lotSo, nmithh. I s
aidditio~u. "-. ."5,50
Patterson, lot 8,2 ad30, Stol tou'' -.
additrion, .1,85
Vood Bittenhouse & 1,45
Brot her, lo t 37, St ou izh t (.n's a ,:l (41t Ih)1,
t afford, ,51 lot 20, Payues' addition, .. 9
Tuku,} U l ts 74, 7 !',A n '1d 11,(1 82,
StotL1hton'S addition, ', 6,05
lots 7 aud 10, Livinp-tou'S
addition .,3195
%-.2 lot 7, St u th'-s addition,. -9o
has W illiams, n!" lot :1, Smith's.1.td1 1001 -, 1.45
A W esp.y \i., lot 4h, Smith .- -viditiol, 1,45
C Wincoff, lot'55, Smith'saddition,, 3,.55
"n ofRe V. M. ANETNT "
Collector of Revenue for the Tojwn' of Mi,nopy.


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_, *.. E "'l'i dT.iiI-c.'*fc''iO el'v Jobn It
' -# " ti .' ," r .1. i .. Reader,
^y~e^f~y B^ ,,* 'n"t Vai>'e as nuci, but we can
.-r ', t*"., ', .,ai..l-" h,v th -vru from $55to
,?-, y ,., ,,,,. +..,-...- ,J ... ...* as you go
&^ f fyit '*- L .'. .. ny partof
ft^ ^W -*Sj \ ,^ ., .. vo m ".ir t ucors ice .,.. -home, pi,-
4 '-'-;. "l l, ] Atli i neiw. < ,.,, i i-lltht '*.
.'1 S :*; V" ,rker. V,'e-start: Toll furnising
.. 5 ,. > rh-" SILT, S EEDILr leamear .
S ", -=.'-s I l ., L .. l". l',iSE. Addtress at onices
l..)^' ^,^ -..':* :i & t-0,iOTLAND. MAlIN.

P, O PNN 1i L'Y



Sole Agent for Duffy'& Malt and

Celebrated- Whiskies,

Bowlng:A1 Aley now open day
and Night. -

expressing the conviction that suc.-.
MICANOPY TOW N TAX-SALES', a copveinio0 be called to (Ooni`er -V
,the '.',-,-t. important development of
scribed lands will he sold at public auction on the'Third day of Auiust The press of the statC, the owner
)uday), 1691, in front. of J. A. Sinmnton', A.tore, in the Town of Mican- of the opera house, theilte executive
F, County of Alachua, -.tate of Florida, or so much thereof as will be committee, Commissioners Turnbuhl
essary to pay the atmouuts due for taxehe lri,.in set opposite to the same, and BIelby and maniy others received
cs due theTow'n of Micanop' for the year 1890, together with costs of tha-nks, after which the con-
e and advertising. v_ tes.... i; ....afte............he -

venion ajoaurned.
Every one seoms hopeful and wili-
ng to do his part. 1' o other counties
do as well as Orange, Florida will be
well represented.


,s & Pub. tax,
One year, Lou
ints; three
iocted with
Le aud well- 1.B I
office, and Eli
es and conm- \Vi
e*tou is as. :V
r us with a
rk executed
ecuracy and
depend upon B
and will be
Lou. Mr
!, 1891. 11'l

ahead with ju
s in Gaines- Ha

iew Capitol, j (
ly over the
arick City by J!
resB. -That's8
ghte up .your
*-- W
thrown into a
jlth, lust.
iat Mr. How-
shot by Miss
o old story is
Is has at last D
iods remains
u the vaults at NN
be a 4isap- J
uthern cities U,
ts for same.
Daily. Cnpl-
liet; but,are Ch
ght that it is N
u. 'We trust J
lug whon the
again. The
es the same-

the affairs of
n, Lake City,
g on for somB do
is 'at last fin- "l
Pass Is found If
investigation er
to admit that

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C'onsumnPtion Cured.
An old physician retired from prac-
ti >.v .n -a~ .ni u narv the' for-
mul o a smple N-Vet table reuk-Y
fr. thet srpeedy and permanent cure
f ( ;)M-u inption,_Bronchitis, Catar~rh
Vtfnnia and all throat and Lung
Affeeti ]ons, also a positive and radic-
cal cure for Nervous Debilliyand al
Nervous- Complaints, after having
tested itA wonderful curative" powers
n tliou;ands of .c;-, has felt, It his
LIu ty to nalke it known to his surffer-,
ng fellows. Actuated by :this
motive amidadesire to relleve'human
- 1, 1g, Iwill'Send free of charge
o all w lernmD, French or EDgIlh, With
ul l directions for preparirin'g and
iiug. ,nSe tby mail -by addressing
1l> stamps, naming Ifhis a per,
W.A. Noyes, '820 Powers" lock
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IWucanoy, Florida.
< If you waut. 100 cents worth of goods for a dollar come o m (. tea'p. '-
Ca sh ,Store, M ontgom ery block. ,.

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WANTED--G0 sour ~ orange
stock aL Aoce; by- -- ;
Micauopy, Floridla. 29tf
A more pleiaant and affable couple
tha, X94. Wood and wife. of Ticoma,
are-not tW,b& ouuO anywhere. They
came 'from Dako;'6 to. thfs county,
a;41 aa-e-tair representative obthe
great Northwest. ".' '
terrible blood poison, body cov-
ered with sores, and two bottles of
P., P. P. (Prickly AUh, Po-ee Root amd
Potassium) cured the 4diseats,, mak-
Ing the patient lively .assa ten-yeai-
old. .
An, entertainment is taIked of at
Tacoma for the purpose of raisins
funds tor thee church and school
hose. Such an entertainment we
think -would be profitable as well as
very interesting. Let's have it.
iheuamatisii was so bad that
Jiaxne Irvin, .of Savannah, could
hardly walk ("on, .Vpain in his shoul-
(ler" and joinlto"Ihis, legs. P. P. P.
Prickly Ash, (Poke Root and Potas-
sium') was reesortad to aud -irwin ie
wMlland happy. "
A refreshing rain fell Tuesday
morun lg,-.since whikh "the orange
trees in this town are looking line.,
.New growtlihs plainly vfibJqat.on all
.Weo txev,*- hleh fre very heavily
fruited artd prbrmie an extraordi-
nary yield.
Fruit Jars, "world without end';"
Finect, Fiesliet and Fattest Maek-
'erel; the most extravagant and end-
less varieties of Fancy and French
Candies, at Striugfellow Rros'.,
Little Sidney Owen, while wading
in the v'ater in the stre-ets iust after
th Ie rain Tgesdayf painfuir, thoetigh
"not dangerously, cut his foot ou a
_piece of broken gla s3; Dr..L. Mont-
gome.ry was called' nd soon the lit-
tle sufferer waa relieved.
Parties having wagon anid teams
0oi wagon and harness without teams
can geV- contracts for hauling
cross-ties by applying to (21tfi,
N\V. P. C'sUPER,
WVilli.tou Fla.
We understand that Conductor
Be-vile, of the F. SR'y, has taken
uutb hlmsp a wife. It suchb ie thr
case TtHim NEws wishes the happy
.,ouplta,k ing life of unalloyed hlizs,
with just enough shadow to nial!ce
the sunshine more appreciated.
Dou.'t send north for goods when
'yen can buy them about as cheap at
honje. We have stores lhere with
aS .irge and varied stocks ai, any
'towu in tlhe state. Our merclants
are all square and honest business
den anti you cauuot 'led a',I)tt''r
ni'arket, no matter where you go.
The Lone Star "Diniu-g Room,
Gainesvili'p, Fla., reeently opened
OFpo-fte Endel Bros., proves to be a
groat convenience tohlie visitors tto
that city. MI[:.SCtilverhouse lias a'
excelkut 1in o9f lne.Wlislkies, Be er.

brought t,., a !,,t,.t i.,hf.t.uLAt .-l<,.e iu1
tre "\, t a euIoi ."I W e.e pl'-.?;'d-
our lieartf'.lt tl t .tik-;. to M' '. JE niercon
a!d bade ..a "g, .l moorniuo" andi
'drove towards home rill eeAuin per-
fectly happy.
The First Step.
Pesbaps you are run down, can't eat,
oan'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 tlie firtm step
into Nervous Prostration. -'TFoneed a
Nerve Tonic and in EIlectric Bitters you
"will find the exact lemedy foe restoring
your nervous syste-m to its normal,
healthy condition. Surprimfng results
follow the use of ,his great Nerve Tonio
and alterative. Your appetite returns,
good'digestion is restored, a .,the Liver
and Kidneys resume healthy action.
Try a bottle. Price 50 cents, at W. W,
Johnson & Co.'s drug store.

S The E tgag.m.:'lit Prt"'-,.
A t t ,A E. lpai'-Oijin '.',, Fri>!ny
eveuin'vr, \i M te Nn.T la 'r'-e e',,wl;-
~emble.l! to Taje p rt in tlhe "o '?nt.^-
Inl.i t Pzu-ty.". Nothing had ,,etr loi't
urtdoihv. I, M r-.' r. Iiilburn n nq h_.-r si,-
tor, NIik-< P:.ne-, to milake tlh: -ev.:i _)e
Anio\vil-le. n nd th,1ir horh pit ilitv. a.,n
the heart- oft' l pl.t' .nt, l ie (':',-"dii ,
,"ake, e,-of!'1, etc., were t.erved In
;.iliuii..l;a rii",.; ll 'ii ne the. en tilre I:-^I-'enL.
A- tinis w ta-. theo ir.-t p-iarty, of.t' f e
kinId d e.1 ,l iu o1 i r IIIii.1 n t,,_:i ,: o iC. I
of Curiosi Wy vi""il.: 'ii th.:
eOnll'tf'll'tlc"e? Ot tho-, iln ,aitt;.lltn':*:
tintil the illirnltl-t iii t of ^:.-iiih n;
ws'a't -it'rted. Enl h .el 'qo \er 'iiiiw .*'.'ivou n
blank c rd u.T'* pen,'il d,.l tb ld1 t-1
maIke a? I mIl;'l 'y OI_'.UitV, of
whatever nature dc-ired, Within th,-
spaee of :in hoor, the htlhey were 1t,:
fulnfll tl," --wme within another 11o)1r.
The pc-~rson who maile atiil fnIlill,-,l
tlhe lr'?;tt-.t lnnniler, Of ( n.o-iv',-'.i, iti
was to-,,re'eive a priz,?--a le:.lutiful
I.o(rjIft nf f-w1-3-WN1on 1.3y Mi-.-
M anni ll)ulinie'lit. Tflie pl,-;r.,-n l,,
made ;n ld fuliilk-d.. 1 Sh smai1l,-~t in111n-
1't'r i:-f enl i le-t; t im .-I it- \v tj'; to r ci'l'c-i
th e ,V,,,:-l'y p;'iz.: -:l I ::';iutif -il y ,,u nE
la d ly -- w o n I ;y ye e di t o r Anbi- t h e r
tho ev tiii.2 le.;i (l':-Ili litful oue, ;Ind
evoryon,., - ,il a a lorioil.; thil -, ;n r1
all jaTiu in -.':pi,^--ii' th n kilis'to M r;,.
H ilihurn r .li; icto:.r for tli,-? lin-pit.0.,e
rn:.nn,.r in wlhir-,h ti,.-y w re t nt.r-
tai 1,'1:- 1. ph1-reN1e.?,-;,, wljeh w -r.e
f,'r -,r lu rcI h it-. rif o-I' Q aIl4 it L t,?l t,
Jn-arly. $i-.5-." 'll~ii- ari,,,.in w ill l>.?
nit ,-d in ll ipn 1 ;1 f,, rI- thef1 wew I .
, it-, re hI fu.r)i1iil tl ',,-. o I ,w l .-l pl.] :," ?'-
in ipo-ition. It i-? 'laml-,,ojn, fulii i-
tur, antil that oncrec:'tj~ou'mnay \\ell
be proud of ik- effort,, AJ-'ld we truct
th,ir iude teTnes, if ;.uy reuiaius,
Illn:i.V oon I'e cla -', ,Ip.
I'ERS?) .YV.gI/L,
Mr. A. 11E. Smitl!, of Tacoi-ia.wass in
towkt M,'-n]da v.



$2, AND $3 SHOES
-have taKen tfie lead over ev(-rythingg.
They have beeoum- very popular,'aud
.a;re growifig 'urore 9o evyerV day.
They aor.. -;;
Come and Pee them bef,&ri buying
that 'we have alo a full line of h'.
5HOES at niodeiat.,u prices.
."Gai uesv:'l l. PIR !t tk';fmiti T~ni:,..

tu prove his agumieut naginust ._Spirit-.
ualism. The whole' perfornm;uee
was ver" ood-and wetl atteuded.
If -you want to enjoy tinoe drive,
hitch up your horse auI 'o (mOut on-

Payues' prairie anud ydu :.au have iV.
The scenery is the perolilifleati.:,u of.
grandeur. Ou one side is tile lak. ,
a lovely Mlieet of watqr, oppoSiite to
which i9 a.. deune forest, and on tht-,
-other sitop s the the irift',-.'r,,ve beh-Ou -
1ig to Ar?'A. J. -s'hut'ord', which 1 pre-
-seats a sight ver' lpleaing to the eye.
Thii; grove i-i a large ono, and, b.eiug
kept miller a good state of ciltiVa-
tiou, is i naturally a valuable one. It
iL- oe of the finest grove w; have
seen. Theu it-- location-on tlhe hig;h
bluff, over-lookin- tile pairie--give
one a granld-view of tlIe entire sur-
ronnding country. Mr. S. has a
treasure in this property.
Btieklet's Al-nieM Salve.
Thle best Salve in the world for
(_'uts, B ru',;e:,, 3,:,ros, U lcer--;, i alt
Rheum, Fe, r )Sores, 'Ietter ( ei-ed
Haud-l, Chilblains, (o'n-u', a; d all
Skin Eruption-, n ,! ipositively e-ure_.
Piles, or no pay rtfquired. It i3 iruavr-
auteed to give perfect quti.-.lacti<.
or nionUy r<-funded. Pri,:e "25 riite-l
p>er box. F"or-;.Ie l.,Ie y W W Jo_,lu IIu
& Con
Orsinge Lake's Great Day.
Today will perhaps Ie tlie greate-t
day in tho history of Or'amui, Luil;.
Tlhe wa'U hearts of the people of
that ,;c-tiu v i e ,n tiu hl \ilw li the
noee&rsity of aiding the (.' ,-, ie
Soldiers' home ichave united 'IU, vill
to day 'ive a Grand Pic-nie and
Toulrlmlllmen coninlenciu.-, ill the af-
noon andwnd\inldb"up) withl a Crn
Ball in the evening, all for tlhe bvne-
fit of the. above in.-Aittilt ,_. Tlhe
famous Elmoro BandM will fiurni-li
the music. Special traius \\will bo
run, leaving Mieauopy at 11 :31) a. Il.,
the fare being 50 cents for tihe rounrd
trip. Tile entr'inc? tIce feox, knights
wishing to participate in the wii'nla-
ment is.;}2. Tile prizesare as follows:
Fir,,t l!Ciz ., 125; Second, .10; Thlird,
Bridle; Fourth, .Spurs. Beautiful



f'' 7 '1 be bi- inl an in 'en lorj of ou' stock and arc no ; .c.i.,7 l to of)"er


Ovpj '; eyery v.nc.yat ? :; a. "`m.
^ "" '' "", "BV.- L. D. GEIMER,
i ,,. -'-:". M'66 Pastor.
..?.- *.i' .
'N. '.-. -'- .. '
'l -.. Official Notice.
S T.j o 0.. .%', -t6 o'clock a. m., every Suuday, for
i^, the-acconimodation of ,the public.
: .'-" M. C. ARNOW, P. M.

", '.:* ^ '^ "^ -'. ". " s '
"':{.-)' : r" 0.,' "b. u.l I mark oo your pa-
V'As: "i ,i"ls ndr that your subecrip-
...:(._ a..'cu d we need tlie money.

*-'.j o .i .will .please settle up. The
"orlritter needs, mifii to m et his
--'-blS as wUll ss otjiers. Don't put
Bany lobffr...
tktle".n rain,. peaae.
:hgi'.eaate'trm t-" bidly .needed

'^'' ^^'aaei'a.' ~provtsL^.t'ntij .'sfor'
^ '^ .,^ ,-'. ;'. ".- .7 ., ,' ....-, -.:.* .

^.^*t *oa '^ w ligh a -indeed,
t *soi.' 's.! a
.... :o^B'Join Inr o;:-'.e1L--.' "~ "'i .'sfr

i^ t-^ fe'e the'P~rnic and Tourna-
6 ^^deap~gLake iodayL'*
.46 n^@'g ji~ti6feTUlow Bros&' Tube Roqe
at 25 cents .. er po"nd. It
-,,, 'ewa. ,- -.... .,

di~ bef the picnic and tourntam-Ot

4 JS Owe Luk W~ay (Thursday).
3 j^ iff Ritat DIdla-Corn Paint
*j r S~yf... 'v alcornis, buliouls
4;r,/'i;'a t liu pain.
,-. .. 6ay" ".by. Jin"
.; Allowing hBs Tube oe
r*in, at" 2 t5 lowest Crpn I
niei mat.o'raps, Coll on
U'hu ,P-,
= ^V-'-. 'lT\-&o[HN

1.^i3:itl Bmu 'rt an.pec "





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t,:, I,,-r h,,u .., ill tlh is ,-itY ,s"a tt] .'ld y ,
i ,r. aI ,I, a ut-,rvr i-i iI to M r.. A. P.
Ma.ti n, of (r us,:- Lak,:. WVe alej
0.l1',-1 to ,_-., ,i- r with us a;zain.
M1is-. Jeu-h.- uIf,:,rId, the I cIom-
plik-. 1, d ZI Ilaiu h lIter of our re-'peceted
frieinlt, G. \V. Shuford, arrivedl hotne
fL',o,1 W lNMii.ha1il, (_ ;a., wlIe'e slIe has
te.U tt .u_--liu_1 -ur lIoo], l ?, weeck.
Dr. anvlI. Mr-. A. 11. Mothers took
their d ,:j:Ir ',=, tor W white Sprin._
T'i iir-zil.v, xvlitl tir,-y m. ill ptI ld
S V,,_ I.il v. ie% i;e ev iJ,, iuL-,' t h e cool at-
ni,,-plith, r, <,f tlha:t deiJ litful 'e.ort.
M r'. J. 1-1. BA%.tk iilt, ifeanl fan]-
il7 1-tft Tni;-.l..y-uyv lat for Nuine Riidge,
:4. ('., wV i'.-!'r- th., \% ill spiendl the sum -
IU-.r, rY .ttrniu'1 L in tht e I all. THiE
NE'.% -; wi-hh- thll a llealaut -S0-
j,)!.1 i'n.
F;o:v. J. P. HI ill_,ur'1 is 'oniucting
a revival Dietintiva at Marvin this
weetk, \\hii.h i_ ,r.:,\Milig' iu interest
.in,.i lpr,,ti-.i ,. 1-1 i *** ,0 ? a very powerful
awal^.r, ini.. The conmgr(.T,,,atious are
*'O0,:O au ,.l attentive.
Mr. I 11.y r1nv n a (nan dd:.IhtIer
L,,..il,?, who have I,,-Un sp.,ending the
1,-.it month at Ches;te-r, S. C., arriv-d
!oL.- W t l.nezdily aftel'lh)OU, bo,:0th
lo,-kinu, \1-l after the trip. Wt, a -,
,la,I to -.:e tl Iu :bac.k.
}uv. Mr. M.:,rro.v', r.f H au thorn,
th, I ', nI- ri'a n9'etut for .Vtll.. evert-tlt-
in',' (l,,.'tr,.,,,,i-e, who ias a host of
it?'f:. ,. ;* ..... ...... .. ** ""

For Sale.
The tiuh.,t hamr,.mo-k lands near the
] Boardnmau depot of Florida S'outheru
R'y, at .$-.'5.00 per acre. Iuquire of
27tf. Boardman, Fla.


Contractor & Builder,

W'ill contract- anm build
complete. J]'ill furnish
material to complete
houses, etc., etc.
farp7en1ter tU'ork. Fu, rnish
all Cindt9 of materials,
doors, sash, blinds, bri6k,
lime, etc., (t lowest prices.
Estimates Free of Charge.

IFor S le. -6.41c.
Ou;, hluuolr,-ied L-ed of goats. The
eu Ii e' hlt(A <;-I Lou l t .;I t n 1.01 per
head. : niaillcr. lut{., io wlbjthilo.
higher. f OTIS L. F AST"ER.


Clean (0nd llarmless [Except for
. tile isects] at .n. Contaiiiu uo
PoiSoI, uO Ofrelsive Odo6 -
To destroy all roaches if dire'ction 3
are folowed.
Full Pound. Paeliaed $ .25 "
Full Half Pound Package by
MLail Post-paid .235-.
Prop's Palace Drug-store, .Sole Agl.,i-

Eq dunay afternoon, at 4
^I""^.n.. 8ubjeet, ".,,ho Dlvin-.
:C h r is t ,-." .-'..
.'0"e'.uit boyls going to allow tQe
Nl"O,0rp.nt boys to cleau them ,iup
-.tr'ieilt- n grounds ,. W- -hope
lt. ,Pr4c'ike~up, boys. .
ew''unT Secoud -Hand Wagons
',r'Dfggie. I'6r sale- at C.arrer's
* w-m- P-* -. -1.. I 11"mj~

the nin less
.ur highly
W. Merry.
ate-' Lace
r Codflsl,
nn p of

.r.Wo '.regret. to leaarb of t
oflMi,;. Susie daughter of Q
Wtil(or.bd townsman, C. \
f'WAOe'trhst sthe m1%vuoo-.ae
a- ak1.,'" o- f C.o..g.
f.op.Bopiad prepared Bostou
*'- .t*i~ rfu ffrlloW Bi'oy'., Gal
r.',..RjK grgi h as take u tie
;: ou$iti'.Fran, .aud gone
a*.*ito'r. sibpo i ffg,- bus i ness:
.Li~tiSsiieees-. 1 .
*-a '. "*'<" 'fi'ui' V p '* '*' -
"^i-~torrh ofigfifateN in
.,''in~it' In 'f'. P. P. Purifies, t
tt t pe~ruo,iaue tly.cure
l:ivs~is finishes-.up th
lies who have not pa
ih{id bette r see atout
7 tis t;' -y will b1e s0o
Z-1.s. em dense milk fo
d"1):T 1b. C"Ie ieo Vo'stazz
.l; r...7i. c.uts at d tringfel
'"-,y iaiBsv'itI. '
". <',*; ; ",.* ; ^ '*. '
'1K .TE--Lady to dN
'..e.,.-"A'ddress, withh self
,.,otwlartpecl env,,ejope, Miss
o..,'oth Bend, Iud.,
JC .Vth e Fa'uo. q 13.'BitIsli %f I
'' '-, .. .. -,.** '" ;' -., .*
We iuvit,. the' ladles of
I d vicinity -to.. our
t' oa.d)ft y" .store- for 'bvery
"; sdki i I r I i n SIr i mgfel
"'.-: ,uin (5 Thema-1teh game betw
.,:. t a, m. ,'auopy niu
A':y.^ ed St'auMay afternoon
.- ;,- o" "- F v ybod
W-,a e.' Boss get on your.w
,"::^.-" ,.. fee Cream Freez
"'U^16. lvitc -Mokuntain'
u:'yet&,ir for sale at
",".i-(t .:2=^ ;S. H. B ENJAM,
o'. er .mic;'s will be held in
^^b$ teria churl next >SuU
J^.^:rriith-will "fill h is' r
4poiutmeyat,- prov-idence p
.Jtjt a.'^0.4:eougregatiou Ib
td."at drfija conaiuga%
'e- .oku.tut ftor the ftue2t3,
jtr Pw1 at the lowesfe'pr
6 eredjn M Mi anopy. "W\%e a
ine rNdiey Aoes for $1 per

; iotoir, and Mra. \
o ;Velda.y hiJht17
go .boy ,t:by. N
ld-i"f.gott D^% ao 1' .9a :,.j.s the-f"i 'ee]

he;i r of iutuleo b
.da st w
4* .rwif td c arn

ie':=" ".": "a"m

V. Eb

Lope Star Di; i V Room.~1,;-u f' y oil
are in thee city give himu a all (13tf)
than Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Hagood,
no kinder people can lbe fouud.
They make their geusts, at Hotel
Tuskawilla, feel as though they w,.r:re
at home. We have been topping
t|lforn mor nfnthQ stist and. (,- in a lOe-

with 'the liospitalitV- of those good
people,,a granul, a glo,'i.,.Is tinie iS
bound tto be had'. 'lTink of aidiw-l
in ke-eping up a home for those gal-
Ilnit heroes who bled aud die-'d fotr
.Nou, tl1en go and "Chirp il" wVlI:t
.oV 011Can. Let evel'yl.,o>dy po.

clhu 'cI h, thi i.kli.e, is n,-, in the
:ity. I-in friends are glad to lee him."
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Oppenheim anl
infnrit daughter left Monday for
tl:-ir home in Savannah. Mfrs. Op-
[)en;,eirn has been hberefor the -past
mn,.uzlc ,-.r more vi-itine' her parents,
,.x!,:o \r li her i! a.iy friends : Gre
l.: th to see herleave.. However, we
I,_i,," lhe may return'- soe
l [iin e : :

pleazaint (all Mo,.lav.
Mi-; Ibin,.r Panrlee i\ visitin,; :qt
L:k,:- View thils w(:rel.
M r. JI,11ns,-,l Hp.-1o1-,dl 1 p 'l Tr1-_1
NEWs; ,.ti,:.e a e.all M,:,u~laiy.
(;,,-,. S. 'hnnil,,rlin, E-; I., of T;I-
4o'!l;a, WV in t,:,wn Satur-h'-.y.


J. W.oCAK.-FR.

A. J. I-rnoR, ,1

T',it tliis-machine has effected Are
indeed marvelous.

Fimr all ailhments'common to the
hu, mu fa-mily. For further particu-
ln,_' ; :i.!l on or address
L, H, JOH 00, AOT..,
MiIia nnopy, Florhda.


,, ,- y it.LUAF JV-ILnThe New Dlseo~ry,
, into the titfy to their geneco.,.ity. iravelons Tuhave bear your f a. M.Iliv 1 ,ur;hi, ot Tniom,,
-W e ivlsh should bear this iu mind and when' O have heard you r frit. a ,. _-pent F 'ri,1'y evenin'iu t '.:.V-!.
th-ey come to %ivtmanopy stop at Hotel neighbors talking about it. ou ma, s Mlipet : a
Tu,! aw illa. yourself be pone of the many vho hn,,, with lr t, :-:t ,I,.Inti ,1',.
Scrofiiis from personal experience ju-b how g',,
the blood, NWq are requested to announce that a thing it is. If you have ever trip,< it i-; ilInnie Foutzine? hia 2,n : -" to
e- Catarrh. the Lat dles' Aid Society,.of tile Pir-s- you are one of its etaunch- fnenr's. _1,' ..va nllltlh for a f.\ ,:ly\%,,- :,1i'n.
ie tax-sale, byterianchnrch, will serve ice cream cause the wonderful 'thing abour it iW. an oetiitn-, of Jai id in th ,i r and c uke jpve ly other T thursday dur- that w en once give a trial, D r. K i r, .1, .
X1i;itin I r,. C. E. 0(iv\e--,n,-ofI!thi-, i ty.
their land, ing the .sum uler season, either at the New Discovery ever aftr holds a 1p-. .c.-
1 for taxes. reside nce Of M rs. L. H. Johnson ur in the hoube. If you Lave never u.se-d it 1 r% 1r .. H. ,,v ..rIl lpa A., i; ,:.il,
Mrs. WV. \. Brice. Next ThurI.day and should be 4a^ieted wfth a coubh, M ,:,nd:,y, whi.l! we A,:iw *h:,;.:
.r 10 ceuts the 30tlh cream \%iII be served at cold or any -fh.roat, Lurg or Cle.-:t WitII pIe:i1urv.
low Broi'., Mr-i. Johnsou's. Let a good CTrowd trouble,.sfcure;& bottle at once and giv., (',a.t B. W13 PNv.,-l!, , --- turu out aud enjoy theu selves. it a fair tria,. It is guaranteed eyery v l,,.,t -A u!citontl al ti'hi.i.'l-, \*:' ill t!i(.
w ritin g a t R e '. M r. L e itn e r, o f F t. W h ite t i me o r'm ond e., r e fu n d ed T ria l, o kt te ity \. M ,.
addtlre d preached in the Baptist church Stil- free at W. WIV Jobnscn & Co.,a Dru- M- E Al
Fldra ). Proprietor appointment of Rev. L. D. rei.,r. It W asiaeasant, Indeed. ton, I ;U,_., tl.i -;N1tet-i;.
Ro ses. R OV. Leit ncris a very eloquent talker 1 .
and hissermonswereofauinterstinig "Oil, how g lightfui'!" w'as thle: (N- Mi M ,li ',.-! C l,,;-li, on r.,of
'Micanopv character. The congrevations ou pres-ion of alI who attended the re(- > n ir .J....-js, wa ia tli
r tlantrnoil t- _D_1
thing firsL bo th occasion s w% ere lar-, and ,a p- ceptio n g-ive by M r. Je allow Bros' parently earnest listeners. W e trust at his nesid mCe,, in the Tacoma Q:.t- ri
the revetteud gen tle m an w ill a iu til em e"t T h .:lay evening la t. Tt, ; I; '.a d I.,evvT ,
'een C enter favor our comn mubity with his pleas- make th matterr plain, if yo u will .e,:, t
nes w ill be, ant peusonage. fellow u l ,tently, we w ill endeav- paid t t i a leal nt C. l. 11 .41 "
o n i o r b r ie fl y a s lp -s ib l h to :ll y o u A ,-,II M r D E q h o u n p- m h a s : p ,,. ,, t ,,
Sitn S h t M .R. Vilbur ofTacoma,h in thing about Ieaff air. M.ntezuma, <;a.. to enterIln t.., the
her possession a (ir nLA (1 m ade of silk I the afteruoou of the d ay m cu- w attffnH.lon b.u in.- tii.iu [
*'a.laiut.,hat wa ad ui6, which is35 tioned aboveae seated ourselves in .
e r 's. years ."old. It w i ad o to suit t he t h e, w a, gon ai ed us by ou r old Mand, i \. M ,, Fy ill. V -e tr o de r ti a 1->- I
Improved fashion in tho4_.days, has been in aceommoda rng frieudJ. H. Prater, s v il N e tlL]t III-)
fashion two or tlree times siuee aud ,n ti that *ho 1 :1.N' i,,_IU rl:^ er.
O s o l i e a b o a d i s i l i l ou ,r pa rty 'ec sting o f M iss es M ill- --
N o is w in the faiou, and i still in and Eveln Drs- Mr. Saim -Oppeuheii, rife aiid
a tile Pres- comparatively good order, though aI eey.. ,IJi Haddock, ar y Luttie sw-et, little l:ib, (Ct ne, were
.dar. Rev. lightly worn. t s tIill u a wellah- nid Duffle part, with your humble plenaanut callers ;a t'his osf! Fridlay.
regular ap- able condition, a-lie appeared in it, servant asfist, bound for the party. The Mkiise! Gamhl of It. of
permitting:; and we sat lo .ing at it as she re- About 10 im. we reached the lovely wirein the citv Frit.ls 1),itin .
be the re- lated its stra ae history. H ow is hom e oft o afore-nam e yentlem au, rri en ds. W e w ere i :,ea-se taneie
tlhat tore lea fs nable garment? after haw ig had a glorious drive .,. them.

assortment ,n-this. i ues appears thlenew ad. moonligl of sonte six miles, where |J
ice ever of- Lr. John.-on, w ho w ill we wer. warily greeted b :,, "m ine M i s es D oti a ,ln d B -rti P
Ire offering t host" -ad his already% ssnemlledc of O,'ala. spent n d:.. in 'r|.% Op,
rp ai fr. i eneefort/ be known as .D octor f JJr .\ Vilb r,a w o ode d guestsI o f M r. and M r s. R~y,, at
4 ra r -t a'h

JOHNSON. Juhnson/ He has aeceepted the agen- frends Maj. and Mis. NN ood ond M y, a
S L .Si re- -cy fo r lie w qn d erf ul ele c tro p o i e. a n r a -
. Lt Him- i rver.y e is aware that thisima- ehapa u"- to the crowd, Mr. and Mr. J. J. Barr left Thursd mnr-
oth, r and.,a Ni"a efeted marvelous eures Mrs. Hake, Messrs. Irviu, Hutchin- ing for Blueridge, Ga., "jere h(-
Sother and, ht i ou i there- son, T lor, Lon Emerson and Ten- will join his family, who a.visitin
aely. ual- 9 ino r M i tnd t ant. Vneu salutatatlons had been there tor the summer.
rely. "%V re e.feods no reeommendat,lon, but, eegdtegyprysatdt
bboy int be" f U. i^^^ j exch ged_ the g ay party Afarted to M.^ dmfre fti
t!o i- t !if` u:are ill, send for' Dr. John zon M r. Nea t Adonis, form ier of this,

*. ... :'-\. ani he wiIl take pleasure in treating pJthh ep e, ut late of Orals, rived ie
elopging~to yj'after which yoa will be .ure to hare of violius manipulated hy the city Tuesday. (lad ffee Iia
to a ,eUo%-.b atnelectropoise. Beehim now. hah e of M r. *Ehlloore a"nd hi he- t tyev da y. Glad hom te toot." t
to .... a byelo w T u no 'ual so .botli of- w 'horn are too h tepe t. t
'eeC, ab ou t" "h
.. n bar re- PIrh.f. Jt. W.-Carter, of, Cartersville, we known as excellent violinists, Prof. J. W. Carter, of Caersville, I
li.,eeam 8,ta.-tbip ieeturer, ventriloquist and to-7'ieed further introduction. The Ga., the lecturer and veniloquist
u tA! '.ofalia t-of-haud. performer, exhibited da ing was continued until 12 iaid us a plea-iant eall to11 la y
aeiqt, w~-ere "powers to a good crowd Monday o~"ck, when supper was announced. Thanks to hi for favors i" --work. A
a,.o, -Tuesday evenings. Monday T vs'as the pleasing part of the en- Capt. John and Fayette iiler, of I
b ot Vol *.L-ng-- ".s-. -' s'ow'a -ud slui "' entertainm ent, at least for th e Evinstou, were upNto a ^ the
*ly d n-adveifism eu t though he d e- bl hungry editor, and we all ,,E n a)em ent, Part o." Fri r-:te n- t
,ig .:Ii irvered. a;;goodloetu( and performed |tered upon the pleasure of "feast- in,. They ought to be 1 hhlfoond d
'tat bi~ur JeyeraltrIcks".' Tuesday evening'he. pg with comfort" with a vengeance. atuch tlthings'. ,'l if
etttre^ma,.ue pon the tasktof exposing th.0 refreshment' were delicious, t:
eqi the frau's.cone.tod With spiritual- n ltin oftea, coffee, hemo uade, e 1, a j o od
.'^ e -'eiu`. Hia lethw 6n this subjecialie, preserves, jellies, etc., and the dummer, of a i of t
.:.o. waio d-a ,t htrlloquism anrtaf ble was kept well filled all tbe [Capt. B. \V. I ow ll, of t B .ce, fU
^ "3sliC t '7 -h. nd .performance wer11 me. After partaking heartily. o (arrived is tle city. Saturlat M ng
Re,- T a.-useii simply to ghow Iiow very easi] this repast, we again started the ou a visit to Is patent. 1 .
t ..a ..; iaa.: tit. blng,.s.'culd.lie deceived a ldneing, and "thus the evening was Miss G-orgia WVilli;im3Lioo dI


-AGENTS. FOB,- :' '-

i. f. Killough Co, A ew YoIt -v. ;
Ke .R d.ield.

~~FOR :

Daily Market Quotatfons., and Stencils, :": '
Call on ug at our Packing' bus,' near the IFlrida boutbern 'e;...* .:L;"

- --I-:~..~. .: : '

Th is ik to. certify that I have b afli,.-ted with scrofula, or blood poi-
ss.i,, f,l:.r a number of years. qloe best
plhyiioiins of Mobile and this city
aiid 1,,tiing could be -done --for me.
I also to.-ik a large quantity of --,'hut
fOUlD nO relief ina- un.illiig'tbat I
too:,k. My limb' we're --a, *ma;sg( of
i" a'"d whe ,IWissellt tophy-
:i-iau. il lMo;.ile my entir-e body was
, ,!t- ,_,f sores. I had given up all
hl,, -, nnii aga last resort tried P. P.
rl. iI n_-kly Ash, Poke Boot and po6
ta.-nn ,, ,odafter usin o f,-ou[ bottles
-11.1ii size) the sorns liave entirely
,.dimr ppered, and my general health
%\1r1- l,\'er beUtter than at the present
t hm-e, ,,id- people that know me think
it a w oi.erful cure. -

~_ :AT:

Y 4.Y-uWilifind'a-Comphete Stoch of "
Drugs, Patent-, Medicines and --Toilet"Artic, ;
." "" .A '- A OO C D A S S O R T M E N T O F- .- "

we will always ke" p in stock 'a : CALL AND SEE US; -. -.. -.i'.
W. W. JOHNSQN &.CO... '-'^

Micanopy, -. Florida,.
il ,- -- = *** :
ff H. KUSHMAN.. T. ViGGiN& C. H. LFiWa iM....

.H 1 D EA.D A TR T R). -." "'". "',*
:FLORIDA ...-:"

:; **, -: : . _.._ ;,,: ::*,,* "-.-: .,',

M.-.0 RAWF R6.iWfORt

-- __ I -. I .-`: 1_--

The Ocean Steams'hipC o

For New York, .Boston and Philadelphia,

Steamships of this lines are appointed to sail as as follows-Standardtime. y
Savannah. to New.York- .-Jr "qSvanht'otn
(Cen~ral~fqr 90 Meri(lian Time.) .
CtyofBirmingham,..Wed'day July 1, 2:00 pi n .(e Pity .............Thursday, July 2 2:'3i pm
y" ,'l avnnfa'h .... Frida, July 3. 4:00pm c:i. 8": 0acona....m..Thursday July S-u)rm
*Sltur-I 4.Iui 4:?2 i 'lateCity. ........ Thursday, July 16, .-1:1 pm
Na "* e .......*---..... Mondav I:Julv.; I;:I R-I I: -int M cou....... Thursday, July 2.1, 7.:4 pm
Chatta.hl,,chbe ... WedueLay, July 8. 7: ,, 1,1 0W Cit.%................. Thursday. July :-), 1:301 pm
Cit .( .[Augxu~s,".......... Fri ala II, 14ly l|.|9 -aill
it Birminigbdn,Sa,. n iftrd J-.Jul.- 1, 7:'. pm
-itY'-f S> i vainuah.. hN.Jii .v,.)111l17l1 :1 -1 aIII
llaha.^e.; ... Wedn,-i.av, Jul' 1\ IL';,, pm
K a l '--it.% ..... ..........Irihv, .It,|- 1 ?: [N,) 11
Cha./ahnt)-b1ee ........ Saiturd-ty, u lsuIs, .1 .1 w)ri n Savannah to Philadelphia.
i.t. of ALIm-umfa ... ""yul a ,* %- I Jl July-2115, h:l lpm
(City. o Birnjiugham. W'dav, Jil% 2-1, b,.IpiF IO
Cil.yo l (A vaiulhlh.. .Fridaln, juiV t-'4. :-._0j u, FOR FREIGHT ONLY.
Tlallahas.;re... .... .Saturda"-, Ji ll.' 2. ,:-. p u
K all-ls ('ty .......... .,- 1, d y,.I l 27. 111:111a ,s)tg ..................S t rh ,Ju y 4 :0 p
( h ra -,, b e e ... W e d nze N 3y a "pil .% I :: Il 1, 111 ,.- is o, l, ff.... .T u e sd, a 'y J u l y 11, 1 1:1~ a
~i^ nu < _....,:..........F._ :Jill% ;1, 2. 1,m ,.11, "............ '.'ridav. July 24. 7::A) pm -
T, R ol l o u t s ,t i a i.' ^ -.l,,, (:, f at,' i,, h tt i a l s_ t '% l i. Fli. i.t, a n d W. i s t e. r n H a l l w a y .
l.3 T- ,'. t ^ .r q i.-l If ) ht. 1 1",l-vilin pi li,:Hi ll a ibi -,p r wlafiragesa ta ltall-,d hy 11 O1
l ,i .:.. t ,l,ucn" ti.ket ;,ud bill_ 4,of .idinfg. i._-,,..1 t-,,all prih,_'irpal-I.,oiits. For further iuf 0
-"al.]. ap;pyn' tof'. ', C ANIFI;S(,N, A it, %ttltli.,lurg Building,,Savanuab 0
G.. At. S-OHRELL.U l. l Mlt an(_r S.1% ,U n 1.1. n 1 -9 It It .E, ,,,' Anc, Jaa'W. a onsilJ ', F -t'
A V AINO I Trat Pap, Ap .,'i W. r, a st. Jai'k.-,, llo lu.

The Tropical Trunk line.

J. T. & K. W. Systemm.
leliednle ia la fect Juiw,1. IR1. eral ral.inflard T'de:
.N ,S,_)|TTIJ UlPAPr l..>/N .ST!'J ,I i "f1 OO WO l "Ml',_ H il&il, U'P
............ 5 lt p 1 -N 1 .1 pm L I. ,0 ri w (% ,1 ,5:1 [.v f .4 .,pm 11 .r.qm f; It I .'.m ..
..... ....... 4 1 V ,5m 1 M p m I t 41S itn t .....P l .1 4tn -I 4 a n 11 a U 4 p inp .....
.t.. . : : ":. .I "i .l \ : i . . I . j" S _1 nL iw P 4 t ; i w . .. .
. .. .. . 4 4 1 p m .. .. .. T" l .. :,- 7 i r, i i N a.t ..
1. .....- t ,in 4 i, pn ........ 0 rni .;jty 3 I i ]l'na 8 T)am ........ ......
.. t 2 1 5:.ii n l. 1 p m ...... ........ ...; n l h.r d .. 1" I a ,am 5 6> n ,a ..m .. .
...... ............. +! 1 pin ....... .. ;, .Ismi.rl -, ....* ..... .. 7 ... ..
; 4. i 4 p ... ... \' ,l-V. ... ........... 6 11 a I ...... .. .
........ . ,. ". .+ f F i0 t o n .. ...... ... ti '-i .... .. .. 5 A ii m .. .. .
......... ., .. ,,,,,,,, [, 1 pm .......... ... rhli1 ,.. r.M 6 4r; a i ...... L... .......
.. .... ............ C6 2 pm .. .; !.I. iw f|i d-4. 11 IU p1 ti 6 W am ......... ..........
......... ... ...... 1 ... ..... .- pIr .. '> ) pr ........... ." ..
.......... ....... .in. I ............. .. ...... p ..., v' I i'm ......... .......
.... ............ ..... .. I l i A 1 ....... ..1.. .F r M c t ... 4 '1 p M ............. .............
......... l-' .]10 a on r'L! t-, Itor 1. 31 1" o D n .. .... ........ ... .....
............ ............ 2 I, i :m1i f r5 afm Lv.. lr,'ih k< ..... A r .......... 11ir-,i,21m 3 U 3 pm ........
......... ......... 2 ::2 pin II a. am A r... Intft.'l( h.-n tv ............ 1) 10 am % 10 pmn ....... '
.... .. ... ........ 3 I'm_ 1"1. i m Hn] U" ...H .fhI u. ... .. 3,;a1 m :2 3 pr .........
..... ....... ....... 3 l pm 12 ",r ,, ..;,h,-Il..... 3 41 1. m 1a2 N 2 propI. ...2 1. p
7I 15 r-m 110 pinm ...Gaun S4:! 1 1 I pm ..tr;!ngeL.Lt.-. 8 3 2M I 41 .P
.. .... I pm .,Oehla......... ....... 7 4 uni 12 3ipra .........
.. .. .. 7 ]1.put 4 itm .. 6 I f .3 ........ .
............ ............ 3 5 pIM 5 :1.5p In ...PI -en herto n ........... ............. 10 a m .
............ ........ 109 30 p m ;3 p n ..B ro o kw v fllhI. ........ ... .......... /r 8 IrH m .
8 ijP ... ..... Eustil ....... ... ...... A 58 am
".......... .......... w pm ............ "' .Ta ae s .....,. ... ..... ...:... 8 3s am ". ........
............. .......... b 55 pm ............. ..Tavares .......... .am ......
*Daily. tDaily except Sunday. 9Sunii'y r-.iy.
Tornins leave datksoLn% tille Fit SbW!hm -orx I Ni, !i i. ,1 4!.,iTM & ,re dJlir bll. Vern Jweb sonfl)
and Palatka.
STEAMERSPLeave.Titunvill( nlopillu.wp: 6 .. ill e:trr-DS Punday, for lfflburne atd -
WRY l man"ngs,7 m. Ncdn(e W -ednJt day sa s tilli i;i't.. n iakin(. enneclionsfor Jupitor pod --
Ake Worth .If.
CONNECTIONS-At Ja-.konville with diverg'ing fires rnrth. heart and west. At OraDgo
cit:V .,. ,. o.unet ionl'. r 1ir-nrme C-1, .m -nu aridU--eD #I-" .". k l~ eH. t .l upiter with J.&INL1 krRly for .
AMO My PEWlJIAWX ^ .^ v-t V1 P a.S S ^
Pu 'ia 6orda with btefm.-ri@fnr Rey Vio eptft lanp I'mit DP-6sr, J-r. res Ciyfil~id 'F" M'e
P u ll a n P l a c B u f e t ,ee r Iip "C a ms o D tL ro u L Iffa s t n u hi rr a ki n s d a ily h w e N e w 17 r ll "-
and T ampa without chang-e,. -
For information reguidirg rateserouteg and icereing-car vecomnodatioin. write or call- ..
1 D. C A RB .14. C'K RiCL Y z
General Manor. Jieksonrilif,. Fla. Ocu Ui^&fseA .gri
F^i- .i. "" -- _..._. ,__ ..

Ad of course it is needles to say that
-miwant to travel by the !i< : .

SFnet and ujckes Ltn

Of~reitsils % .

Is the, resaid. Write to FRANK M.p
X)OL Y, District Pa ng: wAgent
Jape~ko viIle, for rates, schedUiles, and
fl B .tion. M].otto: "EVer thing fair." '
B..W WRENN, Gen.7 raSs. Agent'

Xnoxylle Teim. n/
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^^^^" ""'-^4 ?^''-/^p SOLID
mmr..... ..... <. S O L ID,,. :...Lz.
-- TOR
EJEC'TING. weightygrim,
Using 32-20, 3P-40 and 4--40 Cartridges.
Smd. for fr.pp de-priiptir-,:prit'-|-17.-t or RppenfrRinR BfleI /" -
polillo-A, tioll J O .>, s, it', ti l a !0 t.
Are Unequalled both for Hunting and 1 11 "ik Tofu
Taropn t Cl r.-:n -..... ...

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SPhqlfto P*d oll our Southern State" -ration Or prospecting may be said to phosphate from Polk county drift beds, OUR MONEY, ury, nor the register, nor the c ashier
,; ^;~rACTWAT~H.., have extended all over the state in each washed and screened. Tct of Currenc In Uncle^ Sa' so]
FRANCISo WYATTy n Ucl Sa's PoeDe nor any one else, unless a conspiracy
; FOBDA-PHOSPLHATE DEPOSITS, of these yhrieties of the formation. -r. o o o s. c were organized. Furthermore, if any-
,;:"' > White,: however,' it is a 'Tery good Actual exploitation on the large scale by .o..r t .. 111Ca &a (fi&O1li, Book.
Whil 11 .ey.go..ctul eploiatin o th lagecala body succeeded in breaking in from the
: t ing-to find abndant phosphate mines, regular mining and hydraulic methods Lime allm'ia-ilicates Ao From the Scientific Ameccan. ud tve w
such minee are of little value without has been commenced at various points, --- --- --- --- The new treasurer of the United away with more than two hundhe,
. the neesway capital for-thbeilexploita- and a very careful study of these work- fuy selected States has ny recently finished counts of gold, which only represent, s
tio0 This capital not beingforthcom. ings has confirmed me in the theories I ea Snd e4 .55 4 .i0 igouthis ony It took sometime, abut $50,000, A million dollars worlh
ing in the south, it hal followed that our have just formulated, debris(t37 sam- because it is no small job to reckon over f that weighs one toii. This
~~~~pies) ......74.9) 4. 19 9.25 1.90 4,500 tons of coin; and this is apart fom wudb icuaig
-,great northeem capatalists and bankers In one of the miner, in Marion county, Soft white phos- w be discourging
have been lately much attracted by the for example, there is an immense de- -phate(i48sam- ; 9 5 ^ .^ $300,000,090 or so in bank and treasury Not long ago there were certain
temptinir offers-to share An the benefits posit of phosphatic material, proved, by Pebble f r o m i notes. For. several weeks. clerks were treasures of considerable value in the
. Of te,'iiscovery. #Expert chemists and actual experimental work, to extend Peace R i ret rn engaged in clinking the gold and silver, treasury, in the shape of. articles male
Of h ,(81 samples)... )1 2.90 14 240 4.60
\ mining engineers have, therefore, had over an area of several acres. It has Pebble f r o u which fill Uncle Sam's huge cash boxes, of gold and silver and precious stech-,
plenty ofworr in the "Land of Flowers," shown itself to be a combination of the Polk County, telling overtae shining pieces,weighing which had to be looked over an,/re-
and o'my owh examinations as o0e of "original pocket" and the "mound" welsamples.... 67.25 3.00 10.40 1.0 them out and sealing them up in bags. ceipted for as Well as the money. Most
these have extended during the last two formation, and the tuperincuimbent ma- I have now written enough to show One gets a notion of the magnitude of of these things were presents which had
year over. every county on the Gulf of trial, principally sands and marls, has -that the point of most importance in the the task when it is considered that beel made to the various presidents of
Mexico, ftilm Tallahasseedown tiPunta an.average depth of about ten feet. The the working of Florida phosphates, es- one of the vauts beneath the ground the Uni[ed States andre other officers of
Gorda. phosphate immediately underlies it, pecially of the land deposits, will be floor of the national treasure house, con- the government by foreign powers and
One of the first, difficulties I encount- sometimes in the form of enormous the careful selection, by conscientious gaining 85,000,000 silver dollars, is 100 potentates, and which they could not
e, red was the fact that up to date we bowlders of hajd rock, cemented to- and capable superintendents, of the feet long, 60 feet wide and 14 feet high- accept on account of the existing law
"' .haveno record of a systematic or cor. gether with clay, sometimes in that of a different qualities at the quarries, chock full of coined precious metal. As forbidding such favors. Among them
r ct geOlogical or topographical survey Lwhite, plastic, or friable substance re- There being no-present market for the you walk around this huge lattice-work was a bottle of attar of roses, given
of the state. AItwill, consequently, be sembling kaolin, and probably produced highest grade in this country, it will al1 box of iron and view its dimensions, you to President Grant by the Imaum of
/. of interest to. remark that, iu its, ttpo- by 'the natural. disintegration of the' have to be shipped to Europe. The begin to realize the actual magnitude of Muscat, whiehheld apint of thin valua-
gaphieal aspect. Florida is lowlying and hard ro 3k by rolling, attrition or concus- rock will, therefore, require to be so vast a sum. To empty the receptacle ble fluid, also a bottle of pearl., another
gently ud-ulating, the highest point sion. The actual thickness of the entire crushed Zoa uniform size, to facilitate with a coal shovel would require many bottle of diamonds, a gold sword scah-
being not-,more that* 250 fcet,, and the bed is still somewhat uncertain, but the sampling, and then well washed and months el hard labor, if you had to do bard, & diamond entff box, ten bfauti-
average about 80 feet aboye sea level, depth of the quarries is not more than thoroughly dried, in order that all the "he work unaided. When the great ful sabers from Ali Pacha, bey of Egypt,
,L Y Theelevated points or ridges are eom- 50'feet. and yet a little over two acres iron and alumina sp indiscriminately French actress Rachel, who had always and lots of other such trifles.
0-,enedtirely of sand, and are covered o the landjhave already yielded more and unequally mixed up with it in the ,been very p wor, Was suddenly placed -in In old times the patent office was a
*ith a very luxuriant growth of tall than 20,000 tons "of good ore, without form of clay may be practically elimi- possession of a large heap of gold coins, sort of museum of curiosities, and these
'" pines. The depressions 6 valleys, es- signs ot exhaustion hated before shipment. she put them into a basin and poured gifts and other valuables were deposited
S pecianeysw.he,.situated along tve coat, sDirectly outside the limits of these The maximum limit accepted by Eu- them over her bare arms delightedly, there., A large part of them were stolen
are composed of a mixture of calcareous quarries the "pockety" and "mound" ropean buyers is 3 per cent., and noth- with ecstatic enjoyment of a literal, twice, and on the occasion of the second
mars and Band, from.which oaterop, at formation seems to abruptly terminate, ing but experience in actual work, wash in wealih. You might fairly swim robbery the thieves got away with pret-
irregular and frequent intervals, large and the deposit assumes, over a wide daily guided and controlled by the re- in gold and silver in these immense ty nearly all of them that were worth
and1 small b]ders of limestones, sand- area, the form of an unimportant drift, sults of chemical analysis, can be relied coffers at the treasury. There is another taking. They secured the bottle of pearls
' stones and phosphate rock, "These v^l- .which sometimes crops out at the sur- upon to keep the material within these which contains $25,000,000 in gold and and the bottle of diamonds, as welLas
leys, are principally known/ in the coun- fac%, and which has been followed in bounds. Even the most accomplished $60,000,000 of silver also. In counting the diamond snuff box, the scabbard of
l8try a",hanmock land,, and. are said to all directions over the immediate icini- expert who examines the beds for the these maswei of silver and gold, each the gold sword and a number of medals.
-::,, be ;ery fertile. When uncultivated, ty without leading toanother pocket of first timeahnd without a full knowledge bag contaitoing$1,000 is removed from Not even the pint bottle of attar of roses
*i *; however, there t,.re covered with a dense, similar value. -r of the variability of their composition the vault and first examined to see if the did they leave behind. This d faster oc-
wild rowth of vegetation, chatracter- Identical geological phenomena being in regard to this iron and alumina, seal is intact. If so, it is, placed upon curred on the night of Novemberg, 1848,
S- istic of the swamp. With the, climatic prevalent in nearly every section of the would be sure to go wrong and commit scales and weighed. On one side oft the and on the following day a reward of t\.-
G conditions Ishall make no attempt to country, I consider myself warranted .the most fatal blunders. There can balance are put one thousand Unused 500 Was offered for the capture of the
:deal, 6r they are too widely known,but -i declaring that the Florida phosphates be no doubt that Florida is the theater dollars, and the sack must be found an goods and the burgla rs. The latter were
di o r the geological aspect I ny say that of high grade occur in bedaof an lessen, of a big "boom," and that it is p-ssing eqal counterpoise. Supposing that it traced toNew York, where the treasures
; / he entire state appears tI be snderlaid, t ially pocket, extremely capricious, Un- throughIacritical periodsof its history, is light, iitJ opn-d and the money init were recovered, although the precious
-:/ .' at geatly varying depths; with upper even, and deceptive nature. Fertilizer manufacturers from all over is reckound piee by piece. Coin suffers articles of gold andi silver hod been melt-
Eocene limestone rock, and I am there- Sometimes the pockets will develop the world are hurrying toward its more or less loss by abrasion, even when ed down, after removing tie gtois with
;L,,. fore of. the opinion that the, first' emor-, into'enormous quarrieg, and will proba- sanldy plains, in tile hope of acquiring not in circulation, and it might be that which they were aet, for pawning sepa-
: .. genca cf Flarida must .be dated from yield' fabulous quantities of various its phosphatic treasures. They find a bag would be less heavy on that ar rately. Later on it was thinugh desira-
!: tat period. ,, ,,/ '* merchantable qualities. At other times these scattered in all directions, as well count, though having in it the required bint0 hand over the whole hu~in, a to
During the 1uccceding Miocene sub they wil[ be entirely superficial, or will in the rivers as in the lands, and so $1000. Al Dumergence there was deposited upon these contain the phosphateY stck a mixed embarrassingly variable n grade that turbed the contents of the sack are done in 1883. The collection remained
, limestones, more. especially in the crack@ condition ai to. render profitable: ex- they axe brought to a halt by the ques- poured out, stacked up, counted and put in its handp fr (. me ;farFu,.til af iil
".: or fissures resulting trom tneir'drying ploitation impossible. "tions: Where are the "bonanzas" ? /rocks gain. The sacks which are opened ago it was turned over to the National
':' ;.: )' ;are resealed; but ordinarily the seals alob Museum. There were Rome curosities
Up, a soft, finely disintegrate,1 caLcar-. This: cap iciousness or uncertainty How axe'they to be found? a m these vlae acme rather
S "...po sediment or mud. will beSo-ewhat less in the case of the My -own opinion of her phosphate- found all right and the weight is correct among these valuables wlnch are rather
", T The gradual evaporation ofnntifrelpMio 'pr,,leb" or drift deposits, 'since they mining,9 as wi have been gathered in which casd theebags are computed as difficult to account for-for example,
d'q '""x ~ ater apbrogtioabo~uttlie formnigomn tosnsa-n
-cene waters brought about t form. have been proved to exist at various from my remarks, is that it will prove reliresensingso many thousands, and no two Rio de la Plata dollars, a shotpn
tion, principally in the neighborhood of i depths and in, v arying thicknesses, with extremely profitable to those who put- further trouble is taken with any -of with gold mounting, ev.n gold coins
the rook cavities and assures of largo COmlJrative regularity ov'er a very ex- chase'and work its fields with judg-' them before putting them back into the from ancient Rome, a pair of 3i.tols and
and small estuaries. These rs'uaries tens.ve area; meant; but that it will certainly turn vaults. When the gold is"gone over, a a pearl. necklace. .There were ever so
*' were replete, swarming with life and The actual chief working center for out in the highest degree disastrous to particularly rigid inspection is exercised many medals of all sorts, in gold and
?ii ;j vegetable "mat-er-fish, inollusks, rep-.'this variety- is Peace River, which rises such as allow themselves to'be led by the overseeing officials, becausethe silver. One box there was full of dpre-
tiles, and marine plants. They w( re,, in the high lake lands of Polk county away by excited first impressions. The value is so much the greater. It is a mends and pearls, which had been pre-
besides, heavily charged with gases ard and flows rapidly southward into the interior Is still practically unsettled very interesting sight to watch the sentod by the emperor of Japan to Pres-
f acids, and their continuous concentra- 'duif of Mexico. Its courSe is extremely and traveling is attended by the great- millions of paper money-bank notes identMonroe. The gems were not of the
Stion ultimately' indueed a multiplicity irregular, and its b!,ttom is!asuccession est difficulties and inconveniences. The treasury notes and gold and silver cer. very finest kind, being intended tor the
of readily conceivable process of dec o 'w nf shallows and deep.basins. negro labor is far from plentifil; there tifical6s-being counted by (7eft-fingered decoration of sword hilts and purposes
position and final metamorphi m, Lake "Tsala Ap pra and Chillico- are eogon roads suitable for trans- young women in a big room beneath the of that sort. but nevertheless they were
lIa the eiuariesand banks thu formed hatch~e, and Paines and Whiddencreeks portation purposes; andsthe railroad treasurer's office. Every dollar has to worth a great deal of money.
., ; by the deposition and' evaporation, or -are its chief tributaries and the main facilities are altogether inadequate, be numbered before the new guardian of For years that box of jewels gave great
--- 41"1 -V io rco-np Peas we shall of L I.doitsphophatepotitsitIe eb the companies being poorly provided the national cash box gives his receipt in annoyance to the officials at theelreasu-
nd the o"g .b. oii,,o ^ ;^ n^lt f.,, thpir trnk, with freight cars. Underlthipeeicrqi. full to the out-going incumbent. The ry. Every tinge there wasa count of the
and, disregarding 1 aj er hylpothesesL n,\ l>irne along their beds bv I. te torren- pedmen-.. -t "' ^c Ors o:.Ls j &Ua.I-..a_ gS asset of .thtotlditapoa^EheaMQn -a.
a consider that we are practically conteu)- tl Hurnimr rainsI pediments to Florida phospIhates are ai is needed to transact government roe's casket -woul[ turn up, and eager
plaing: that we fare tically ofUpr o- t sr~r r ri ns. k at present rather discouraging, and it business with, in the shape of packages, Washington correspondents, with noses
plating: 1. A foundation of Upper Eo-rc The exploitation of the pebbles is per-isonly when these have been cleared each about one foot cube, which are preternaturally alert for news, would
peane limesutone rocks aver ng craged- formed by means of a 10-inch centrifu- away, by the gradual development of stored away on shelves in vaults., Cash send out all over the country reports of
up and f nlsured, the rackh having a geno- gl pued upon a barge, the State, that the ores of all grades in the shape of gold or silver takes up a the discovery in an odd corner of an un-'
S era trend N. E. and S. W. 2. of regular The pipe of the pump, having been ad- i begin to come forward in large grat deal of room, but in bills'enor swept vault of-a box full. of precious
.. ... .beds, pockets, or banks of Miocene de- sted by ropes and pulleys, is,' IPin quantities, mous sums require very little space stones belonging to the family of Mr.
S posits, dried and hardened by exposure,, abead from` thd deck into the water. Their average richness in phosphoric hold them. Monroe. Whereupon, editorials would
mand alternately calcareous, F1 (1d s The m mixureof Isand Pnd phosphate acid is, on the whole, very satisfactory, O of the vaults, which is nothing appear in papers opposed to the Admin-
warl- ; geacidais, n thepwholcverndssomfa-tory
m ; genteraly, pas sucked up by it is brought into revolving, though somewhat tess than we were more than a big safe about as large as istration condeinbing this neglect and
times entirelyhmade up of deca)mpored" b ic-reens of varyhig degrees of fneness, led to expect by the first reports, and an extra ize closet, aone contains $150,- demanding that the. treasure be turned
organi deb large eoportion of the output wilt 000,000. Each package holds- 100,- over to the indigent descendants of the-
combairned h varl u s" baseshmet mag rier, The cleanp,] pebblesC are dis-' compared favorably ,with many other thousand notes, is done up in ordinary author of the famous doctrine. Between',
Afer ia, disoalma, erac.) ofth i arged into Scogs and floated down to phosphates extremely popular with brown paper, and labeled on the outside whiles charges would be printed to the
Aft^erte d saperneo f te i- he "works," where, after: being dried fertilizer manufacturers. Although in red figures with the amount inclosed, effect that the pearls and diamonds in
conesether came so e wegrei di-y h6t aithey ar nc ,more screened more than a hunded companies have If it is a pace of twenties, the bundle question, having. been unheard-of for
tubaee oftha~ e sruta h-ewrendaetetedfr akt h been already "formed, with? an aggre- represnts $80,000, if hundreds $400,000. some time. had prsumably been dist.ib
l phavanls and dep wresin. Thbev aiune tt ,cost~of raising, washing, drying gate capital of some $30,000,000, only Just such a package was made up a few uted among the heelers of the wicked
"u aain 7etones wjere p o aly a an Sreni gn o^i J nt eCasi^n 200,000 ton have yet be~n shippedf years ago tlat held. $40,C000,000 in gold party inpower. ,
split up, a d teloen epst a dlarad evet fv cn to European ports. The bulk of this Certificates of $10,0001 each. You conl,,
broke an hurle o ? 'h srfc ino our (r five companies are. actively has. hoWever, found a ready market at carry one like it under your arm very aaltlmore Orang Market. ;
yawin gps and trom one fi^r6 to Work^ hn ^ hspln n eerlmr od Vieed ti ut cranta comfortably. The packaes of notes ar ri Cmiso MS'chant
a-nowtaer at-e Pliocenen toiol enre ehe field.,e061^ when speculation gives way to legit!- brought, down .on little trucks by the 105 S. Calvert'St:', Baltimore, Md. )
of w T aerirad the Picne pbrios orf n Tui* p'ebbles, whien freed from impuri- mate work, the constantly increasing eleator from upstairs and wheeled into BALTIMORE;, Iu~ne 8, 1891. -
oTertiary, andi their td.epsofe uart lies ^ and dried, a^e of a dark 1.!ue color, demand will make of Florida the la'rg- the room where the counting is done. FloridaTorange s ftilon th mrkt
,^fseBsn ........ ............. e,. and are n^^ ax nBmoom, _varying in est contributor to the world's supply. T-e .ar rought by.. the .,. aTois a tosntt 3 Cus^ c~albers to r
and other transported material., and the "ichindameer. Tei o r ine is arOutd on eashier m person, and the committee in $3 when -fine, inferior;not w'anted.
acopayn "lent or cocrrn g^ Pmtr 'hi 'ngn ast prve ^ charge of. the Jreckoning receipts for Pin.tupeache go,^^orm osz
...eieso odha ndpe~r uy te microscope to De entirely organic, APALACHIOOLA, FL--' Fb .......... evey bunu Ie, Each parcel is opened in of package, from $^.25 ,tlL$o.
Takng hewhoe o tese o an, ,n-1 y are mnimafely mixed up with Messrs. L-pma Bro Saanh i turn and the contents handed Over to ---"----- -----
brod- it osdrto t mu" l-e te ,hones ani teem of nnmerous extincl DEAR SIRS--I will rite .to you to in- oeo h kle on oewoi
pnnnlnL^ n.* hll ^' ll "'p,, a- of atlimals, birds and fish, form you that I was afflhcted with Blood rsosbefriadsgsagaateT E O fL
cocudd .ta toe, prtis....o th T.. .. ... ...ienp d~ osits. aU procee fro Dieae. ,'^ : I .. .. "**' o its correctness before i leaves her flTYPEA W ^ TP'r~-rP-

caverns at the .i..e of the disturbance of hav,, alludlhd to as8"drift", and q-bich and th.y couldn't do me any good. I usea bils ith angers marvelouely d- --1- W u T
-.~~r tl^^^^^ r~tut.teploilthtebigprnIs in Polk saw^ ^ J yo^^ ^08i^ %
the -s--,t .... a.eFat..len.th very .....lp... ,, s "o P.p."P inrapid, taking note not only as to whether -.W H iT.W. uth 7 hrcersELL5TY[E t
county. Laketherlaare are four thousand of themi- SINGLE CASE ODEL, ,warranted to <
o u h l b o e n u p a n i -gttra te ,. '-r o t ? ,a, y ~ b ` wo u ld try it. T h e h o t tl e I gro t w n-nad e .
ou y ben p.a d... ... .to- g t closed, buti also regarding the num bers do better w ork than any with d r bine m adt
They were rolled about and intermixed taken at the ctuLr.Ilpoints of the dried- makes seven or eight, and, oh.,howgood on the nus combi n anypii
Tith sand, clay and mars and weremie out depoaits, the pebbles being of the I ft:el I 1av%-ebeen up ever since and at on the no^e themselves, which must tcmbiessimplicity h a
sn an .,arme aire, btot a 0 li. Ir co-elor., T business -lumber inspector. You rvn in regularly order. If there is a withoutCostofr n"epar Weany other.
posited with them in varions moundle or ... a "T "e .... i 'te may publish this if ,ou d esire I av T e.i 'umber wro h p y e d ithout e. Hparsn oian any other
dtressions, in conformity with the are embedd,,d in a matrim of sand and illform ed k yfrtondsthaj tP P .i slifei nit ber8 w rng her practi ed eye detects machine Has noink ribbon stobother
-v'lenceof the watrs, or with he clav, in which they form the proportiom health a|,1Ustrength. M. P. BOLDEN p rin'tJy, 1,ef -a bill is defective nits keoperator. It fe ct, substantial,
'e.nocaout"f) et ent iwawipbt f heo... with the ritinille)emvesitand it is sent to kndskeo-pltype-wrieti ng.d ba lpritingoal
even structure of the surface to which' of ab Po cet. .t of the thekndref ofpengatsroduces sharpienti
w ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~mass. -The thickness of Vic, dleosit is ex-tera znrvn n 'zfn .. g-
they w ere transported a -- a ",T"w- io "or / .u Orange ror ,eB ... press, c produces sh rp, ct an, l ginf "
Occasionally this drifting mass found c ed l uneen; in .IsIme places it Frw truck audl^.l:, to Steorex- toovrepicectwitanot -_ manuscripts Twoorteace-iescau i
--t -a i vy oi .. .reaches 20 feet, while it others it wt wn- aiange. Send (or ai opy of the Flori- W hen the bundle Jba thus been found mae at o,-writing. Any intellirut'
itsway it very low-lying portions o _correct, th notes are pub under a hand pe n cn-become an opera, or'in two
th e .. l s d J V O a w i n n a o e L rt / c o u n try sa y mi to t o se reg io n F; w h e re. i s o a e i c e' ..d"" " " 2 ." ay s W e o ff er $ 1,0 0 0 to a n _,o p e ra to r
considerable depression was brought As would be expected inthis species of U. Ho r,BY Keuka, Ffa Press ior &,moment to reduce them to who can equal the work of the DOUBLE
.osi:ml po ....asbrogh. .u .... ..onof the least possible bulk, a new wrapper CAS!E ODELL.
about by the sinking and settling of the foi utation, the chemical cmaotthon of ... ..etdeer s P oh tr a nrondthem,wnd -e a Agentsando e wanted.
recently desturbed mass. "At other times Florida pho~phate is far from regular. NizWWvNISV.LKL, FLA., June 5, 1891. of sealwit raed wax cop leteasu the, anope. idueme ^ynts oDa ers,
." it waa lled to and depIosited on slsoigh- I sme pieces perfectly white. in' others H/esS.s'. Lip mnaii Eros,l f tnwifal, Glea a'a3, cOmples to7 For Pamphlet 'giving indorements"
ly higher points.t In-the first of these blue, yellow or brown, it is inmany in- D.ear Sirs:-I- -wish: to give my testi- -ration, atthe conclusion of which a o., address,
ca.es peoin I- tst ofv ........ stances p.racticallo wree from iro, ai,-sd ioni in regard to your valuable med- memorandum is. made of the sum the mtheODELLTYPWRTER0.
sta n es ract cal y 4 r e f o m i o n nd 85 a n d 8 5th A ve., C h iaa g 1 ll
cases ve huda vast and compete eag- .. i, e. ...P"-. P.P P.,',for th......reof Rh......packag'e, cvtains, and it is ready to be '.g,
1 'glomneration, comparable to an iran ense alumina, w e i ats, Neuralga Dyspepsia Bilious sent back, s the vaults with its fellows. -
pocket, of broken-up phosphate rock, loaded with these commercially objec- ness, etc,
-2 finely divided phosphate debris, sands, dionable constituents. A large prop,)r- In 1868, I was- attacked with Bilious Atthecloeof the last count that was Patronize H
;i. clays and ..arls, all heterogeneously tion of the land rock is very soft when Muscular Rheumatism and have been a made of t te money in the treasury the Patronfa Home Indmltey !!
clys an irsml eeoeeul arl yr toit ever since. 1 tried all he cash was oun'd to be $19 short, but the a ; t
ni mixed in together.. In the second case, damp, but becomes so hard when dried medicines I ever beardof, all the doctors a-Iamount was subsequently swept out oft Beats BEte R6
,-/-., we find'the phosphate in large bowlders, that it as lon, 1 en used by the na- in reach, but i found'only temporary t ore of oneothe ou t of, B oat a, J^@^n
S, sometimes weighing several tons and tires, ignorant of it other values, aa a relief;,,th pains were so bad at times the crneloo one of the vaults i the etze a nd des! mron* as
"em: wewighin t reaiverl soas fondati on toouihlngsoe.l ..... that didn't care 'whether, I lived orst. isafM
wtkiiedwthbt-eltveysml funaior )died., My digestion became so impaired said that )dfcec fti othsJlevery florand d5.e0 uptiaon I
". ,=.proportions of any foreign substances. 3.he following average I are. selected that, everythiing F ate disagreed with ever ocouared save once, when the spe i fe w amq5.0uaPity,*g
." 's zj ^, ^^^..s "t ..%A ^ j^ v^, rS *(o
'-"' """-: .... "withi~yspepsa thatcher ]ife was a~bur- bejs he cnssot..TnOh ut ANDsCly t STEM LA:'.' osUeS hs~aes omth ihcr ro h eutso e~ m.M iealosfee s nesl tre w o e raurrpoe o 0 N) TEM ~ i[
. .*: opinionn that the feature in the Flordla hundreds of complete analyses made den to her,be would be confinedAto herSIET ORDE
:,-* i. deplobikof phdl h;r:,o:u.t- ly hut Is that the formation Florida and Now York. The samples in served greatly fr i giddiness and lossof C'l t OOlO6&
!-?.;,} ;-'!,:e-iepp.ee. tially of: t.Original pockets every case were taken from the explora- sleep. .it ,h mu- evrt o he own tha ptc. a BlGRN ct>s 5i>0, M
Some time in March I was advised to Ifishudeerhpethtnue, -Otl 'tO f
::.'or ca- -; ..,imestb~. f. ok ponpaes filld with makd eor e leavingal the difren ount ies a nd i) had P.finished thefoeon w ote (m owfe anemtedhemen rohrie the ]asght wa mad
S:5,," sl- ftnd rok pbechesa riled upon marke beorde~a vingo thew gorugn d -w by..
ith nd ) h d fnis ed he1e o d b ttl o an."" "" ember^ ^ remet o?;r ,^^ ^ other ^ e the
'4, ....r oio ........upon fll.et.ls f teiroriin.P. P. P.,our digestion began to impro-ve. treasure~ould be responsible, but Con.
3.! , I :..nt., and chiefly constar They harb been classed as hard rock My pains subsided so much that I have
been able to work and am feeling like gress wol~l undoubtedly make it up for [
of posphth, oo-k pop^ .-,0,o o lend.hg-g ion. Iti^K^^ isp^ifru
phop o-,o po hite, c !eand.l~g-gae ,,'a- .doing that wmichI' haven't done before hmby irspeia pprpriatio.Ii
.f t11 or.'dIsttgvted- rok. covering trial; boulders and debris, or unse- "n a number of Years. We will0contn hardly lily that such a thing can occur, B T, u "rtneS
14tim,. -.,- .. chiefly in Polkfcnd De- lectud materiall nlerely freed from dirt; taking P. P.s P., until we-ar entirely-however, inasmuch as things at the Orthe o.wr,^
! oo ntii d. underlying Pea0e soft white phosphate, in which no howl- cured, and will cheerfully recommend it ^ w"r' eou o tomg a,
..F itsff.ib.ari.' der. are found; pebble phosphate from to all suffering humanity i tr Zy isaag that not even "
*^*K,.a fir. .*^i*_ *ti. -r a o Yours very respectfully, the trieanrer himself can possibly steal a lU$OB t
--,.,a,pettH~et;wwork of explo. Peace river, as sent to market: pebble jel6-tf J. S. DUPRSm. dollar, il yet thesecretaryo thetreal gBB Ev.,.'
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