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The Hernando news
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Title: The Hernando news
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Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Fred L. Robertson
Place of Publication: Brooksville Hernando County Fla
Creation Date: July 25, 1891
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Preceded by: Watchman (Brooksville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Brooksville register
Succeeded by: News-register (Brooksville, Fla.)

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of A memorial window has be
his placed over the vestibule door in i
on Paul's church, in memory of M
tre Ruth Lowe and Mr. Win. A. Lowe.
In- Duties collected at the cust<
Lu- house at Key West, Fla., from 10th
3ae 16th inclusive, $9,434 26.
Sumter Counly Timee. *
Linden is on the-Orange Belt railroad
at There is a great deal of beautiful au
On rich country in this portion of Sumt,
It. county. The famous Cedat Hammock
n- near Linden. Thdre has recently bee
at fenced 160 acres of this fine land, prep&
atory to plait in tre'.
et Webster is situated 6n the Flori<
il- Southern railroad.' Rt has many fin
rk orange groves around it. There are thr
stores, one shoe, ha-ness and repair sho
at and one blacksmith shop.
be W. S. Persinger has turned ships ca
vo penter and for the past two weeks h
been putting up for limself a boat
3d which he expects to explore the won
at era of the Withla'coochee.
Is Massacre is situated on the F. C. & F
Iy railroad near where the F. S.'railrow
dl crosses this road. We would not hav
go our people believe that this place deriy<
it its name from some horrible massacre c
w the part of its people. Not far from th
y place is where Major Dale and his me
it were massacred by the Indians, Fron
e, this horrible act this town took ils name
The signs of the massacre can plainly 6
3r seen yet.
e There was a great snake killing too
f. place neir Massacre a while back. Son
d parties while hauling cross ties out of
swamp found them. In five days the
n killed twenty-five and among them wei
two rattlesnakes. Several escaped.
n Mrs. Dupree with some other ladik
i- came upon a large rattlesnake in th
road and they pounced upon him wit
n pin6 knots and joon bruised his head
- Mrs. Fields and Afr youngest son found
p a very large rattler and knowing the us
of pine knots soon slew the enemy.
Oeali Banner.
e Master Ebb T. Harris, of Cira, son o
I Mr. John Harris, deceased, has entered
the journalistic race as "devil" in th
r Free Press office, if he will stick there
he will come out at the head of the col
umn in a few years.
a There is quite a movement on foot to
advance Capt. Welsh to the command
of the Grand Army of the United State
at the coming meeting at Detroit. HI
s would make a good nman.
s The feat of the surveying corps of
the Florida, Georgia and Western R. R
for d istanco I raveled and time consumed
- beats all previous efforts on that line.
L They-surveyed ftiee hundred and seven
teen miles in thirty-four days and local
* ed tenk mipes at Boea Grande, on Char.
lotte Harbor. The road runs from Talla-
hassee to point named.
Prominent Grand Army men met in
Ocala last Friday with a view to bring-
ing before the Grand Army encamp-
ment, at Detroit in August, a project of
building a national soldier' home in
Capt. Welsh returned from Jackson-
ville, Thursday, where he secured a 70
foot baggage car in which to load Mari-
on county's exhibits for the G. A. R. en-
campment at Detroit, in August, and
free transportation for Mr. Cash Thomas
who will exhibit the same.
irahly Tallah,'wepan.
A large number of Leon county far-
mere have made a success of tobacco
growing this year, and it is predicted
that. the acreage will be doubled another
A "wet and dry election'' was ordered
to take place on Saturday the 12th day of
September, 1891, to decide as to whether
intoxicating liquors, etc., shall-contin-
ue to be sold in Leon county. The reg-
istration books will be opened and a
lively fight, it is predicted, will be en-
gaged in.
Cotton, it is said, will take a back
seat another season. Our farmers will
raise tobacco, grapes, vegetables, etc.
Large shipments of Leon county but-
ter, LeConte pears,,grapes, melons and
vegetables, are being made daily and
are bringing good prices.
The beard of county commissioners
on Monday took up $i,500 in county
bends, leaving the entire indebtedness of
Leon county only i2.5,000.

St. Francis Fasts. 0
The rainy season is getting down to
business agd heavy showers pay daily
visits to this section; and the grass grows
Ro fast that no one can stand in the
same place long for fear of getting lost.
Oranges,, peaches, grapes, watermel-
ons, whortleberries, blackberries, grape
fruit and lemons can now be had. Near-
ly every month in the year our people
can have fresh fruit.
If the next orange crop is any larger
than the last, shipments will be made
every month in the coming year. Mon-
day the Florida Fruit Exchange received
forty boxes from Lake county, and for-
warded them to New York.
Pay special attention to your hay crop
-it does not pay for a poor man to have
to send out West and Luy food for his
horse, especially when Florida lands will
grow as fine bay as any in the-world.
Near St. Andrews Bay in this State is
a one-hundred-acre blackberry patch
and it goes without saying that the col-
ored brother could live and grow tat in
that community.
It is said that the shaft of the century
plant is being utilized by the St. Augus-


)en tine people as a razor-strop and that the
St. qual ity of the strop made from this plant
iss is far ahead of anything yet invented in
that line.
DM In some portions of Lake county there
to are orange trees with blossoms, green
oranges and ripe tnes--all on the same
tree. %
Ld. Crops of Vuelta Abajo tobacco have
nd been harvested in Florida 70 days after
ter planting.
is Upwards of 40,0M0 melons have been
en shipped from Wildwood so far this sea-
ELr- son.
Thokautilla Newv, kiequrpy.
ne Mr. J. C. Reynolds, the engineer, who
Pe is to superintend the building of the G.
)p9 R. P. & M. railway, arrived il'the city
last week. He started out for the work
Sr- Monday morning. He says some 150 or
AS 200 hands will be. put on the grading
in shortly. It is no imoner uncertain as to
d- whether or- m4 the road wilt be built,
but circumstances point to the fact that
p. within about four months the roan will
% be in operation.
Ve The furniture for the Methodist church
ed is expected this week, It is made from
)n black walnut, an& when placed in posi-
kis tion, this church will be one of the most
)n handsomely furnished churches in the
u state.
e. Saturday our town was thrown into a
be fever of excitement by the startling re-
port that Harmon Murray was in the
)k neighborhood, and woulI enter and set
te fire to the place that night, certain and
a sure. Preparations were made for his
)y reception of rather a warm nature, and
re guards were stationed in various parts
of the town, but the desperado was not
>s forthcoming.
le The packing house for Capt. R. C. M.
h Crawford is about completed, and shows C
1. up finely.
d Orlindo Dally Record.
e The mortgaged indebtedness of the
Presbyterian church, amounting to
$6,000, has been cancelled by the trans-
)f ferring of the old church lot on Central
d avenue, and a lot on Gould street to the e
e Harkneks, estate, the holders of the s
3, mortgage. All the papers have been
I- signed and recorded, and the church is h
now left with less than $500 indebted- Z
o ness.
d The report of the Orange county (
Board of Health for June will show 18 I
e births during that time, 10 white and t
8 colored; 12 marriages, 8 white and 4 d
f colored, and 14 deaths, 8 of which were M
under 6 years of age. tl
, The citizens of O(lando are fully alive C
* to the times. The nex; thing on the BE
L tapis is a city improvement aasoeiatib
Several carloads of brick are being ti
transferred from the F. C. & P. to the TI
SE. F. & A. railroad. They are consigned
to Jelks & McCall, of Oviedo, where e(
I they are having erected a one-story r,
. 60x60 brick building. This will be the t]
- first structure other than wooden in that
thriving burg.
The viticulturists are now busy mar- n
keting their crops. Grapes that will not of
stand shipping are sold in the city for ft
ten cents per pound,Ih
Only two marriage licences have been ai
issued so far this month. Cupid is evi- T
dentlyoff to enjoy a few months'flirta- _p
tions at the coast, and arranging for fall
weddings. B
Gainemale Sun. to
We were shown yesterday by C. D. co
Schafer a beautiful piece of onyx, given tb
him by a gentleman from Jonesville, B
who found it on his place, and supposed
it was hard rock phosphgt,-;i^orida Ie
begins to loom up as a/ ": .^at mineral m
state. c r
The city council at its meeting last re
night, adopted a water-works ordinance tr
acceptable to the mayor and council, th
and that an election will be ordered to
take place on the 14th of August to de- th
terrains the question ot bending the city wi
for a sufficient sum for the construction w<
of a thorough system of water-works, In,
J M. Quarterman, of Micanopy, is'the aE
happy father of a fine boy. Another wi
good democrat 1 ez
Toiaees Plant, Lake Oilty. a
laome of our Columbia county early n
peach-glowers reasized as high as $10 th
per bushel box for the first shipments e
this season. Of late wore attention has (ez
been paid to peach .culture In this see- ,

tion, and encouraged by these prices the Oct
Growers will go into the business more I
extensively. MC
CoL B. H. Palmer has enclosed his eli- ch
gible residence and ample grounds with thb
the handsamest and most substantial ter
iron fence in the city. I
The wife of Capt. T. M. Brantley, of lla
the Central hotel, this city, died there for
shortly after noon Sunday last, after thf
long suffering from a complication of pe
diseaDes, no
Wagon loads of machinery for the teM
,manual training department, and new no
Ieds and springs for the dormitories, d"
have been passing up the street to the It
college during the pastwo or three days. on
We predict a grand opening at the fall by
term. of
Among Lake citizens in attendance on def
the M. E, District Conference at Bran'- mi
ford this week are Rev. R. H. Barnett, ta
Rev. R. L. Wiggins, Rev. J. Collier, qu
Rev. T. J. Euans, G. W. Price. ,
St. Autoutin News.
The Guards and Rifles are drilling eon-.' i
etantly now, preparing for the state en- WO
campment. ti,
There is a fie opening In South Flor- *

ida for large canning factories. Capi-
talists will do well to consider this op-
portunity, as there is no better one.
The hotels of Florida would consume
great quantities of catsups and jellies,
preserves and canned goods made of
Florida's fruits, if they could be had.
Many of the most successful enter
prises which abound all over the coun-
try were commenced on small, capital,
the business in the main being practi-
cally learned while' experience was ac-
The grounds near the depot are being
ploughed and leveled off, and will soon
be in readiness for tile conIng encamp-
St. Augustine seeds factories of
all kinds, but thi most profitable
would be canning factories, for when
the Indian river opiea up in earnest
there will be established here a dozen of (
them, i
The new street ralWay scheme is now i
in good shape. 1
Oylando Rtord. 0
Orange trees here and there are still b
reloorted in bloom and dispel their sweet t
fragrance upon our balmy summer c
breezes, f
The last issue of the American Journal e
of Education, published at St. Louis, v
contains an excellent likeness of Judge s
J. T. Beeks, superintendent of the e
Orange county public schools.
Oh, that a railroad was built direct a
from Orlando to; the coast, so that a per- !;
son could go over and take a dip in old c
ocean and return home the same day, o
This will be accomplished by the build- e
ing of the Indian River railroad, which is u
now being surveyed. 1t
Governor Buchanan oTennesse e.alks to di
the Minera. el
NASHVILLE, TENK., July 21.-Gov-
ernor Buchaman and Col. Oranallle
Sevier left the city last night for Briar
Hill, were, .yesterday morning, three r3
hundred, armed free laborers drove
conyicts 4nd guards from the Tennes- .is
ee Coal and Mining company's mine,
During'last evening Adjutant-Gen- so
oral Norman telegraphed the Lookout .
Mountain Guards and Moerlein i
Zonaves of Chattanooga, and the
Knoxville Rifes to be in readiness. w
Captain roodford replied for the ar
Lookout Mountain Guards, saying en
hat he would have forty-five men un- in
ler arms. Captain Semmer of the
Hoerlein Zouaves answered, putting
he number of available men at forty.
Captain Patten af the Knoxville Rifles m
aid he had forty men under arms.
F w re eoa wwill be attached to ,
he morning trat uaft-of Chattanooga.-to
Pbe Stone River Ouards and the
Washington Artillery have been order-
d to be in readiness, Two thousand -
ounds of ammunition went down on an
,he train with the governor last night. ch
KnoxvxLmE, TRIM, July 16.-Late en
rews last night from Briceville, the an
eat of the mining trouble, was very sh
treatening. The miners had left their as
tomes and gathered at a rendezevons ha
n the mountains where they were thi
waiting the advice of the leaders. I
'his proved pacific and the night pa
Based without trouble. b
Tnis morning at 9:8. Governor at
3uchanan and his adjutant-general, yol
together with the mining and labor l
>mmissioner and three companies of im
ie state guards left this city for up
At Coal Creek, here a branch road all
ads off to Brieev~lle, and itself a large
lining center, large but orderly
rowds assembled Briieville was l
ached at noon and the convicts were in8
eansferred to the stockade from which Psi
ley had been liberated -fey the miners, in
The company from Chnattanooga was sol:
irown around on guard. The news un'
as spread that Governor Buchanan Co;
would speak to the miners, and hn an wa
credibly short time about a thous cot
id people assembled. The governor ita]
a9 introduced by Eugene Merrill, an bin
*-convict and a most influential man inn
nong the miners, phi
Governor Buchanan said that he had as
) speech to make, but would say to intl
em that he did not make laws, but Pit

recnted them, and "so help him
ed," the law most be obeyed on this 8
casion. den
After Governor Buchanan's talk Mr. org
orrill made a speech from the stand de-
Dint of the miners and amid great T
eers. It is feared that the effect of t
e speech has in a large degree eoun- W.
reacted the presence of the governor. ter
Merrill was followed by Farmers'Al- sin
rece men who scored the governor dre,
r bringing an armed force. After
i speaking the crowd slowly dis- T
arsed, but it is evident the trouble is d
t over. Nothing in the way of vio- Vic
nce is expected to-nightrand may Io=
t be till after the militia is with- coo
awn, but as soOb as the troops leave seer
is almost certain that every convict ing
the mining1d4,trict will be liberated Aia
the mine and mountain men, all
whom are most efficiently armed.
At a late night meeting action was T
feared till to-morrow, but all the put
ners in Tennessee and in the Ken- hob
sky districts near by have been Te- con
ested to comerto Brieeville, ofI
SOi.HaW.t-to lWdi To i
.xKxIoTow, VA., July 1...--Oenerai hus
ade Hampton has accepted an invita- ly d
M to reside at the unveiling of the me
ilkiciM- monumet oan Tuesday next. oMP

o'.-' -y w .' .... ".. -:,":. "
such sha b~ea~fiiaed -,fro%, -my plae..
Let:`41i ;
Let0:', r, sisters and ..
era drikeieifd^i requet i-wil
be JAILrde4., "ijqy a heawy tax for the- L
purpioseo~eit~iur^ distinctly tbuj have no de-
she to Sell to drurikardso.i aiuors or .to"
the poor or destitute. I much prefer
that, they save their'-nff:yrand put it .
whore it will do the mostlg to their
families. There are gentlemen of honpr
and men of money who ca-n afford it,
and it 'is with these tha$ I desire to
trade."-Columbia County Citizen.
First National Bank Suspends P aymet,
From the Palatka Herald. '"W,
is with deep regret tftt we _an-
nou ne.,to our readersAt&e4 kuspemsion of-*
the First National Barik of Palatka,
payment being stopped, pending arrival
of the National Bank Examiner.
This failure Is due to two cause@:
First, the run on the bank, caused by ^.
the false newsr aper articlej onnecting if'
with the Lake city failure, 'So My,
to the reipsal or inability ofits.-New
York corr~pondeatft8flu44y frds ow,-
re.discounts; i, 'e-.lasante by the M
First NationstilBank an -'---disco .-
ed in New York or else;" a. "
By reference to the na#"onal bank.-re-''
ports made by the Govr119011ent, it will "
be seen that all banks in X 'South dur-
ing the summer season 1hae to re-dis-
count their Joans in order to. gt funds .'"
to carry their customers during the dull *
season; some of these brnks run the
amount away up in the hundred tious-
ands. Take Atlanta, Au-usta, Charhe
ton. Savannal, and other large titles
for instance, and it is a common ocdur-
rence for one of their banks to re-dfs-
aount a half million or mre. during the "
season. .,
In an interview with Mr. Winegar, he
stated that. outside of the inconvenience
of having the funds tied up fdr from two
to four months, there wilt lbwo loss. In
fact none, as the national b king law
riquire-i interest to be paid on delayed
payments, and that all depositors -will
be paid in full. f -.
Assets will be ample to~pay all claims
is the $150,000 stock id liable for ihs full
The First National could have done
business another day, Wut its officers and '.
directors thought best to stop-at once
mnd not further complicate matters.
Great sympathy is ex.preSoed for Mr.
WVinegar as he loses every thi*,.
Palatka should be proud ot[such men
is Winegar, for in these mAteidays there
ire found but few, very f1w._men who
have the "grit," and it takesigrit,' lors
f it, to give up all they posete to their
It Begins to Look' Like R railroad.
Pursuant to notice in IA t wveek's pa-
erB, there was a large attendance of
be citizens-at Braidentowni on Satur-
lay," representing all tbieLvillagesof
he river and Sarasota,'aswell as a
umber from thecountry.' Ool. Cross,
epresenting the Arcadia, Lakeland
nd Gulf Rail Road, addressed the pck-
ple explaining satisflatortly the pros7
*tcl and pPurposws-of-tIwroadrymeay*
ng the imprbsfoh]hat the compitby
ire able, and intend to push the enter- '
rize to completion at an early day.
in- -u d g- r ,a t^he sentiment ex-
ressed the people arSe'-W'irig;'rt'- -
ribute liberally in the way of dona-
ions of lands besides offering induce-
pents in the way of freight.
We need a railroad to develop this
eautiful and fertile country. We
want one and now is the time to show
.V The preliminary surveys are being
rade from different points by three
its of surveyors, and as soon as these
trveys areaompleted committees will
e appointed to solicit dontions- Re-
u ember that surveys are not I all roads,
nd some times they are abandoned,
I changed for a want of lioerality on "
ie part of those most interested so let
s not only help to get the road, but,
aeLV it where we want it, lind make it
racticable to have the *WollLgoing
ion both sides of the river.
Ool. Cross agrees to meet *with the
tizens in various parts of the county
hen ever ]he is requests! to do so"
ow is the time to show your enter"
rise; don't anybody staid back an"
ait for his neighbor.- Uanatee A
Ocate, ,t
Cadetatfor Wen-rt 'oli
W A SHlNGO)N, Jilty31.--Thatfollowing -~'-
dots have been appointed to the mili-
ry academy for admission next June;
.S. 8orey, Marianne, Fla.; P. H, John- 7
ne, Rocky Creek, Ga.; Fre Morris,
irietta,'Ga.; E. N. Earner, Charlotte,
C.; W. Warren, Atkiuson, S. C.; E.
rosy, jr., Charleston, S. (.; alternate,
hnson Haygood, jr., Colamnb'i, 8. 0.;
S. Sirrine, Greenvime Olty;8. C.; at-
mnate, H, e. Patterson, Ruse~vllvue
anu.; R..-E Caftan, Knoxville, Tenn.;

H. Burkems, Southampton county,
rginia; James Furx, Uaftin, S C.; U.
ouiard, Aiken, S. C.; alternate, G. 0. C,
ydelott, Tullahoma, Tenn.; F. Rl
ptist, Covington, Tena. W. S. Bailey, .
ahville, Tenn.

Nxw YORK, July 21.-The steamship
esa arrived here to-day from Jamaica
d .brought sensational Rews -from
lt. The purser of ,ci steamlt.
ates that everything prmiwrsa gen-
d uprislme. Hyppolyte 'bas been
ughtering peo 14 .1thasets rght
AWleft IC.UK. s." Lgli-
e, who l' it Kingston, b t atd
ex-officer of the Atlltnugp ".
,mpany to oae to gai d par-
mse vessels adtd wart -
A World' Irsaitr aiiii. i1**^1^
CHICAGO, July 17.--Co cbt have
on awarded for the constIrction ot
9 adminstration blding ,f the
rid's fair. The 'total ew4 ol the
Wing will b6 $370.48L. .
t!he pist i r; MW
'heK~tetncD should fialat
posing of all filth or trhmhmi
as to escape any oclmM t weald
turally prise therfro.*-

appointed to revise the statute Taws
Florida, have been In Tallahassee tl
week putting the finishing touches i
N their work. The commissioners a
.Hon. Charle% VI. Cooper, of Jackso
Bille; Hon. LousC 0. Massey, of Oria
do and Heon. WA. Blount, of Pens

South Florida BMro St Pefersburg.
A sanitarlums1 soon to be bqIlta
d Tarpon Springland the site has be<
selected. It Is tIme the citizens of 8
Petersburg should wake up to the il
t- portance of ioc ting a sanitarium a
this place.
Mr. H. H. Ba Doek has the contra
for decking the "zxtension of the rai
n road dock, and 111peets to begin wol
on it next week.I
e Mr. E. J. Verbeek has been hard a
Y work at King's Mill, putting in tU
0 new machinery 'for the past tw
weeks. .
, .."A, m Mmmhwater ekpt appeared
, in Tampa bay, In front of town, about
- 5 o'clock sunday evening, off toward
1 Gaddens Point. It traveled rapidlI
t southward, and could be seen from a
.parts of town, but those who were E

fortunate as to be at Hotel Detro
t and on the dock had a splendid 'viem
8 c f it. It was visible about twent
r minutes. It, was estimated to be aboi
200 or 300 feet in diameter at the bas,
and about two mwies high.
t Rev. R. J, Morgan, of Clear Wate
Harbor, gave a temperance talk at th
school house la Friday evening
Rev. Morgan is no state lecturer and
One of Mrs. G. L. King's date palm
trees has over a bushel of fruit on it.
The cobit accommodation train
seems to be still doing a good bust
Messrs.- L. B. Cooper & Bro. begap
driving the piled Monday on the exten
sion 6f the 0. B. railroad dock to deep
water. '
We are indebted to Mr. C. B. Wari
for a lot of the finest mangoes we have
seen this season. Two of then
weighe4'eleven ounces each. and were
almost clear of the disagreeable fiber
in the common mango.
The Tarpon Springs hotel closed on
the Fourth, and will not open again
until fall.
Wld Wood Courfr.
G. A. Shattuck has bought two lots
north of Dr. HowellS drug store. He
will erect a building on these lots Li
the near future.
The hog ordinance should be en-
forced, We have severaI hogs in towa
this week.
The frequent rains we are having
have a wonderful cooling effect this
hot. weather.
Rev. T. Grifflth, of Leesburg, has
been appointed pastor of this charge
for the remainder of the year.
Town council met last night and dur-
ing a very heated discussion between
Alderman Seott and Alderman Fleece,
the chairman took a nap.
Orlqndo DaillyReem-d.
'Says the Gainesville Sun : Orlando
has organized a Society for the Pre-
vention of Cruelty to Animals. Nearly
every city and town in the United
States has such a society.
This is about the dullest season of
the year, still the ball is kept rolling
avid business l by no means stagnant.
So much'for a live, progressive city.
The windows of heaven were opened
for a short time this morning, and a
deluge of rain covered the earth--as
well as some people who were without

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A Girl Loyes Not Wisely bat Too Well

And Createsa a Sensatlo--She Shoots Her
Luver and tries to. Kill Berself-The
Little VIllaxe of Punta Gorda Is the
Scene of a Tragic Ending of a Love A&f-
BARTOW, July 20.-The hour of I
o'clock yesterday morning saw the trag-.
ic ending of a love arffair at Punta Gor-
da--inwhich Howard Bivens was fatal-
ly wounded by Mi}s Lee Ritchie-of that
place. Bivens for some time= past has
been quite attentive to Miss Ritchie, but
of late his attentions have eased -be
having told her that he saw that sheeas
beginning to care tooe ucb forbhim, that
he was already engaged and hal- no eri-
ous intentions" with.: her and had only
been visiting her as a friend'. It was here
that the matter ended until the -evening
of the 14th, when 'Bivens received a note
fromMiss Ritchie asking him to call that
evening. He declined the invitation but
was urged by a second note to come as"
she wished to see him-very much. BavY
os then decided to go.
He was cordially wcicomed by her
and the evening passed off very pleasant- '
y until 11 o'clock when her mother
zame in to the parlor and .resituded them ,
f the fact that it was quite late. Biv-
as arose to go but MissRitchie insisted
apon his remaining longer and turning t
b her mother remarked "Mother, Mr. I
livens and I wish to have our-talk out l
nid 'I insist upon his remaining longer, I
on't hurry him off, you won't, be both-
red with him again, this i3 the last time a
e will ever come here." Mrs. Ritchie a
eft the parlor. 1
Bivens noticed a very pretty 32 calibre d
revolver lying upon the table and made a
>me casual remark about it. See then
rose picked up the revolver and flour-
dbed it around rather reck lesoly and a
seemed to be trying to nerve herself for a
noeLhing. He then rEalized what her h
otention was. He arose, seized her, and 0
ied to take the weapon away, but he
vas not strong enough f6r she threw one
rm around his neck and with the other
red the probably fatal shot. The ball r
stered just under the left nipple pass- t
mg so near the heart that the doctors6(
ay he cannot recover, t
As he fell he -said "you have killed n
e."' r
She replied "I intended to and now I w
ill Raili yself." I
This she tried to d6 but the pistol failed -p
fire. .. i
With a master effort Bivens jumped a
p and tried to take the paton-or. fE
ad -in the strigge it was again dis- A
charged, but did no damage. Her moth- p
then rushedinto the room and Biv- t
2s, who Was unable to get the pistol, t
shed out and fell just outside the gate c
id managed to crawl home. The mar-
al then appeared upon the scene and b
he entered the room, Miss Ritchie v
mnded him the weapon remarking, fix It
is, "I want to shoot myself." u
The affair is deplored by all, as both s
ties are well connected. Bivens has su
en employed.in Hinckley & Co's bank b
Punta Gorda an.1 is a quiet and steady n
ung man. &
his Parents who live at Bartow left o
mediltely for the scene of the tragedy tl
;on receipt of the news. u
To-day's advises still report Bivens h
ve. p:
Glasmmakers combine.
PITTSBUGR, PA., July 21.-At a meet. e
g of the tableglass manufacturers of w
nnsylvania, Ohio and West Virg#,& N
this city to-day the plants were cb'n- p
idated, and an association formed
der the name of the United State GlIass v,
mpany. D. C. Ripley o this city
as elected president. The association
reprises thirteen concerns with a cap- ca
I of $1,000,000. 1 be object of the corn- ta
ration is said to be to systematize and W
rmonize the workings of the several sfa
rots and secure such economy in cost M
may result from cons-jidation of the N.
Rest. The headquarters will be m Je
tsburg. Ic
*Work ol t.be ]rdltorl,
It. PAUL, MINN., July, 17.--The cre- Te
atiais committee report seventy-two j.
:anizatious here, represnted by 417 VT,
states. 8.
She election of officers being in order, A
first vote for president resulted: Ba
S. Catppeller of Ohio 131, W. D. Hun- Ns
of Indiana 70, B. J. Price of Wiscon-

95. Messrs. Price and Hunter wilh-
aw, and Mr. Cappeller was elected ]
animously. Ali
rhe otner officers are: First vice-prefi- an
it, B. J. Price of Wisconsin ; second HI
e-president, T. Sambola Jones of NB
uislana; third vice-president, M. era
)per of Pennsylvania ; corresponding 81L
rotary, J. M. Page of llnoig ; record- an
secretpzy, Miss. Virginia C. Clay'6f Im
abama ; treasurer, A, H. Lowrie. an
No Bums or Drunkardsl Deelre. ehi
,he following remarkable notice was
in a Pennsylvania local paper by a,
bl proprietor: To all whom it may'
corn-Know ye that by the payment. WIe
I501 am permitted to retail o.i the
ing liquors at my hotel .in thk ioity. we
the wife who has a drunkard for a bu
,band, or a friend who in.unfortunate- ..I
dissipated, I say emphatically, give dia
notice in person of such case or 8o0
m in which you are interested and all na"

A large portion of the grape crop
has now been rshIpped. Good prices
havw been realized.
Fort Myers Prss.
Miles and Djncan Ajudei have dis-
covered a large deposit of kaolin on
their place.
Most all the oo lboys are in from
the range.
Mr. Paul E. Gibson, late engineer on
the steamer Clara, has accepted a like
posit ion on the stramer Sadie, Capt.
W. M. White, plying, on the Manatee
river, between Tampa, Manatee,
Braldentown, etc.
Sunday evening, about 3 o'clock,
lightning struck Mr. J. L. Cutler's
house and Pcattered things around
somewhat. Mr. Cutler wes not at
Horme to receive the caller. A bolt
also struck the 'loop Tease, knocking
a hole into her, and doing about $15
damage, _
Marshal Styles killed a deer last
Saturday, that !weighed, after it was
drebsed, 120 pounds.
Judge Elias ;Edwards is running a
two- horse bacl'between Alva and Fort
Myers, carrying U. S. mail, freight and
Passengers. ,I
Key Wed Adwertntr.
Responsive to a call signed by sev-
eral prominent retail dealers,, about
one hundred persons assembled at the
Masonic Temple on Thursday evening
last for the purpose of forming a Mer-
cantile Protective society, or a Retail
Dealers'umion. B. B. Whalton was
eiected7 president and J. G. Pomez
A brika.idewalk has been laid on
the southern side ofP ey street,
.Mr.'a had an
"spha i ,deak, laid in front of
hls iesi'tea. OSVo i-OE!n ton street.

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Items ofdlttle or No Intemest, but Happen
In, a;l the 8 rimp, In Different artm o
the Brtie.
Lakcilank Advocate.
Fro*.F'ebruary until the end of Jun
58,9 .89rates of vegetables were shippe
from ifa Vatee river pointS.
Buldb n Tdmpa 14 being num
*bered qpw
The Q 'i & L R. I.Surveyors ar
rived inO.eland Wednesday.
Butsii t Arcadia is said to be or
the incre
Crops aund Lakeland are quit
promisit -this year, and rice especially;
is cultiva ed considerably around hen
no,. 13. R
.iickrery,& Co., of Punta ,Gorda
"" should ttach y( u never to let your in
surance run out. Their policies expired
at-noon and. they lost $6j000 in a fire at
South Fla. Prore Ft. LMeade
I The rfidroad company haver put aboul
100 'men to work on the new side tractk
and "Y" tit the end of Broad street near
*the contemplated new depot.
Enoch Collin'Al son of Perry Collins,
\ killed a turkey last Sunday with a
sling-shot in the .pea field of his uncle,
Tom Godwin, near Bowlegs. ,'
ibherep wpI be Ihree more phosphate
-plants started in our vicinity before l1.
A. B. Cancer, Dudley Watkins tind
W. J. Lightsey were junt as whit as
white print could make tbom when the
sfaffoldrng brake down from the iast
-aida of Canter & Slansfield's new s~bre,
fnd spilt them on the groudand theion-
tents of three paint pots' over them.J f
The work of widening the track of the
Florida Southein R. R. company irom
Bartow to this place will be commenced
on the 20th ilst, to be finished by the 1st
of August.
Messrs. John Goddin and M, C. Pahidt,
from Tunbridge Wells, England, iave
been in town on phosphate business,
and.on. Tuesday proceeded to Arcadia.
A large phosphate plaint will be start-
ed shortly four miles south of here on
Peace river The name of the company
putting.t down bi the Unitdd States
", Phosphate Company. The stockholders
are all Boston men. Capt. J. S Hana-
ba hn, of Charleston, S; C., a genftleman
-._ .-- "-.arge experience 'in mining phos-
'phite, and who has been connected
Vj .,,4iih "tb .,'arol;ia. phosphate -works-
for fiaty, years, is the generate manager.
The company owns 600 acres of rich
phospliate land, embracing one mile of
-. Peace'riVer. This gives' them the ad-
vantage-bf having both land and river
T T],e A rcaalin.
*' early all the phosphate mined at Ar-
cadia is shipped through the port of
Puuna Gorda.
: Orange trees are full of bloom and the
prospe cts for a summer crop in 1892 are
The committee of five appointed at
the citizens meeting, is raiding the
liquor sellerss. Seven warrants were
&worn out for one manjlTuesday.
The two plioephate companies are
shipping tram loads of phosphate from
Arcadia every day,
Tax Assessor Grantham says that the
eased value of the real and .personal pro-
perty of DeSoto county will reach three
'million dollars for 1S91. This is a gain

of a balf ,,million dollars over the ass-
es of 1890. Before Manatee county was
divided, the assessed valuation of the
*property of tlhe whole county was not
over two and a quarter millions, Now
rDeSoto alone has three millions, and
property .is only assessed at between
... *one-fourt'h and one-third of its real cash
Vh vatlaain;"

._ oni."'. 'D. Bloxham, state eomp-
ti|9^- Bs eo~fe. tO Washington on
imlportanxt business for the state.
t i.'y60n. Patrick HQ~ton has shipped
!0l' barrels of.ieai from his three-acre
'"9r'nhdrTd and Wiil~ive'-fulty forty bar-

.'el s more to s'hip from the same trees

-State TreasUrer E. J-. PPns, who has
. w, jeen dangerouslyill foi so many
Aeeks,-returnedI& Tallahassee Thurs-
day. He is still very weak.
f^ Rev; Wm.,'conC efUy dhas been con-
ductlkg a revival at Monticello. There
': haveyei-,n .Over forty converts under
.bis preacliig?.
"wgsW;;' Damop, Rafe Pace,
": 'l "_iuni Pradtorious, Mack Lynch and
, ,Poer-A who have been out on the pre-
;r. lhunary'surv.eyof theFlorida, Geor-
Wga and Western railway from Talla-
*' as-ee to Charlotte Harbor have re-
turned home. They made the round-
i '' 40, ^0 mites, m a wagon. It is now
thought that the road will be com-
. Wfed t.o (Qainejyille. by January 1

,idif- .,, ;.fi ,-,.:*, .., :. ,- .., ;
; Gilmore &,Davis have the contract
d d^UJIldhe new 8tate Industrial Coi-
\ e uhding for colored students, and
: .i -ga. -work on- it- this week. The'
."f >ing Will 6e 30.. by;72 feet and will
; .,.. t.ed-Ilp with modern Improved
6stiery.' It is locatedon' the hill J
Cth'I o, Ahe city, on-l, old Loekle <
e. ....ie Ira. school will be .
60-=n;;%onecdin 'with 'the State
11-Cllge for colored students ,j

I.! therelbars of the commksidni I

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evil eye. it i. eqlu.aly neo,.'i,qp, when
praii.-ng your neighbor's cadttleor fowl-k
to add, "My eye will not tnke on it!"
rtlbcs are at the inercie.i.of the f.irie, be-
lfose J Ayil|). For a partial safeguard
against ltbeir Wejtp.b-mcnt some article of
eloEfng belonging tpo thb .chitl'i fat-ier
sPlouil s flivny beo tlrowvn ovpr it. J, Lor-
der shires it IR belied. that i" a babe hap-
pens to be Mitting on the floor antl any one


-* i l |O p/'ItoBiij +,i] Y j, W aw, -Yowner
": shot Silk. from *.+00 to ,.'A, JGLa^ reduced
Old J]aV-lltiV y(,V, iK4 aty shoan silk? -ram 1000 to 0800. D 1H Mekl.*r nwt
St o flt ,ik on sec ,24'22 om $3.).to 800
1,1' 1l-, ai)'-- 'i't 'oti bb t z q .,i Clej W Springstead. ni otr .
W1",. 404 _.1rcham ton i.eadear. ,' 1 n ,p 7, t. *7-1 r lI. frim _r t ((, rn,

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I'he Heinando NEWS



--A 8-inul Valuable Paper on This Inter-
esfBlug Subject-Superstitions of Court-
sh*ip, blrriage, Births aid Deaths.
Folklore of IlIrd *-Barbaric Diablerie
In the Highlands.

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Be Sure bu name is on thilabaL

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The News is the -Official
Organ of the Board o0
County Commissioners
ind County School

u,nday School MUMs Meeting.
The Executive Committee appointed
by the last Sunday school mass meet
Ing met this afternoon at the residence
of ipt W S Jordan and resolved t<
c.l other mai.; meeting to convene
i lIs '.?apt~ist _burch, on Sunday
und at.'J3- ocihdcl p itn. Co
"k'eford, of' the Cbri*tm'
S, ^w .was ,elected to address the
g. rhe query chosen l6:--"Ilo
p.tnrest tfie school in tho ics
lterthe address the congre
tion will be Invited to participate(
3 general dltc.upsion of the subject
_u~prptu speeches will be limited(
to fire minutes each,
3reJ D Burrit.t, Miss Carrie Van
Pewttn aud MI"S, Da isy Kealbhley ar(
appoinied.PC'oniuiittee on Music, to
organize w- cloruus and conduct th<
-'son -sertfce. The public are Invited t<
attefi#t'the meeting. The Brooksvilh
press aw"reques-ted to publish the
above a~nouneements, and the Super
intendcnts to read then totheir St.u,
r day S"foolb on to-morrow.
'. f" Act Chairman.

41D' board of (r'ounty Commissioneir.
met in special session at 10 o'clock
JutW20th, 1891. Present:--C CKeath-
ley-w E Hope, ,and R W Mclntosh
T'tire being a quorum present. C C
KiKt.thley, president called the board
torder. The board then proceeded
to nvass the returns of tile elect ion
: held July 16th to determinne whether
or Bot. wine, spirituous or malt liquor?
alhitd be sold in lHernando county for
thqenstulnx two years fromi October
i IStlaiC1. \icth I.lhe following result, To-
wit's-Whole ntriabtr of votellvast. 250.
,^. Ft, or`elling, G0 votes. *g(linst selling,
190.votes. Majority ,agaiots slipi. 13(;
votes. There be"h no futhher busi-
';.;LeMl thl board adjourned.
*""-,' : -""FIANK E. SAXON,
"'" k. Cerkof Board.
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Mernn ndo Ct.ounty CIOr.iAub.
,- RF .. ... 6KSVILLE., FLA. July. i-th. ISM.
At. a meeting of thelle_rnando coun-
ty Gun Clubt held in the Court. House
Frank E Saxon wNs chosen, temporary
chairman and Y B Trammell tempo-

G A Ihop "r.................... w of n\Tf.......... .... 15 23 0
James Hall..-FO..... .... 80 a i ......... 47.7. .. AlMl ) ,
Eliza E Harville ............ 32 a .in............... 15 *" ." 10O 10o- .
SA Jackson.;- ........... s1 of swi of swi of gsw .--.-. 6 1 2 i
Jane M-izell...'*.....2.;.;. 01 ofse ipand set o, Q .t 33 400- 50o
Thbs J M('pleri-onr......w..Iofne atdetofne? -
& nwiseless5ainnw .
- corof set of net ..,, 3 61.
I1 R Ntcks,.; .......... seandw~of e ,ifne,. -,
andoainnec,,,'onwl ,
* W K ^ ckS^ "':',, *G-fli ", 0 *0
+.: ,+ ,, +, : -,, ,: 15 o 700 1 "(4)
I W+r Nicks,-Sr..;/..... o f gnot of nei',swj +.
:: .. .. SeC28s, soio 8fset o ec 29
,: lld ' ot'nvyi O[nw},. 34"'V -- o, ... *0OD
John, O nel............ .. nwI of not se a 33 and
sl of setless 6a ........928 4S. .. 6(K
Philip O'neal'............... w! of nwi ............ 22 h .0 t- u
I- B Oberrm ................ ISWIof set & set of swvv "
and wl of net of nwif.
swl & wi of wi of swI 22 ... 'n)
New York Phosphate Co.. e of s 26 t: 21 r 20 & .
Frac si of s 34. t 22-- 2o
andwiof.......... ...... 2 l'o- "*> .. I- (i m
S terling P h osp h ate C o .... 400 a in ............... 36 212.,, 41 KM ,
W m L B radley :........... ne 0 of set s, 4 22 r 20 & ...
S.... .. nW ofnw ... .I.1. 8 8 00 1 1 11( l')(P
R JBrown.................. kvl of neo, s 10 & swj -of- ** "
.. ................. 3 20 600 8 0(
C. H aw kin. .. ......... ... ..... "'. 3 ) i-
W alton ,&.Whan, 06:::... o50 ;0 in ..... ..:::::: 18923 2XX -I,,
Netherland'Php pate Ce6eofneis4,1001aiinsI .
: .' '" aqd 11 0 in '....... .. ..,. [-
v t( "* i. fractw 0sio t's !.....q: ai l t .....
.'.' ( ,: ,, 854 in: ... .+ ...... .93 2 -. ,, rfMx,
CF airacllild........ .... o se' ^ 35'i nII a -- 8,31 -. ',(,
Hale & Ke lllev ...... ... OW of viW ...... ......... 7. :. 800 0'n
Butl r,,& St-v *enm. ,o,, ; fnil4si-. S.-of v 5,214-2 ,, 4. 2.4" 366
GW -anl M .i Crav .: ... s$( 4 fs4 ..... .. .... .. ,,
Jam es Croft.,. .... 18 a in RwI of se a ADi
swi ofse .............. 10"- ,, -- 50o 1 0o
Fabruary Drayton ......... e! of ne, ............... 26 .. .. 120 ,-
lJohn st Clair.............. el ofnet and niof set.. 33 .- .. 450 8
I R Seay ....... ....... efofsets 23and wi of 0"
swl .. %-- .. .. .. 9 4 1000. 1
+8arvin & Walker... ...... 200 a.in3....... ....3 ;. .. qoo T
Sewell & Ray.............. net ofrnet .................... 12" '
-' ,,, & ... ..'.&..py,,,, net of set & set of net -1 .6 0 4zo
W H ooldridge ....... ... Ow. fll T.......... .. .. .. 45o(
H I-P W ilson .............. in nw cor ................ "0 CI .. "" 0.. 15..
Priest & Landrum......... nw o4f neli............ 20 ... "- 400.. 10oo
SJ W Bushill .n ... ....... nWI of e1f........... 8 ,22sI 200 .. lo tx,
SM Bryanln"i....:' *. .....;.:.. i+. of ^ ^ gw of ',yi % ., .. 24 o
+ ..... .1awl ,, of .24 0 .4o (
H.M Crissy ........... .. sw o ne ..,.......... [l) -. .. .. (O .. -
Geo G Cob3 ........... 50ai .... .. c
1 N Dulnall.............. wl of nwj of n }....., ... .. 5o -
H C H an n on ............... si of si ofn w i ofnw i.. 30 ....- o ,, ',o
Albert W Gilchbist........ e~ofnei .............. 7.. .- A ... .
Charles (, idd n:....... j.. ., i 1B; 28,8 & grove in 32 ... -. .. ,o* ,o
J F H a l l ... .. . . . 6 6 a 1 n : . .. 2 2
F L Smith,....... wI ,f s .............. .. 150 -- looo
. u o I. . 9 )...2 2 .8 6 -. 5 0
l1;j rI,'is-I*W ,! n ifI,, til ,,'It ,,, ,. it nIu, = ,-,- .80O 500
adjotlrllniinit, n ili~t^lta; I lrO t ,. .,..h -.. t .... e ,T brt|d convenpd au . wr
Allhn, Aqtuorum precn, + ,pe, tosh and
J I ................ 'I I.. & O f .-
^ T>C i of net.............. .>l .... ..
FJJ UKlihirkh......:........ sei o4owo--, ne o'' 4o"" ooo
,..., ,-nw of sei ....f. ,q o e.. .. ...
W BSp.arks ................ swvi of se&nw .i" ;. 26ooo
l( lr ....... ...^ l z OO / 5
13 F K i k ... .. . .. s e t. o f s s w i o f se.t n t. ....o
W, Of. ,__ orSet & w,of net... .2 9 "0.)
Wv C ai'utlcrs ............ SW-t of .swi "_. .. '10.. .00^ 2ooo
............ set of s .... ... ...... 24 ,i "' '
The following bills were examined, found c irrepa or-.- ee. .
J W Joh iison for delivcting :egist ration ook,. ... ,4 n.tsr e paid.
;D Cobb, balance 4 e-o-3 in luest c s(s, $6.,%,,. sevi ai,',.';-'-^ 6 o
o ftJ u ly $3 o.oo a nd .ia in q(lu ses [ '-e ]'f 1, d % iliii'!. S.. -. -. .. a
Amingeton & BtUrwelltublfsning cleutiqll notic. e i- ;* .. .. 7.oo
APMcKeown, deptyregnofr U1oo V r E Fope.I "'_'"" `0I...2-5 -
MCPetersonl, d4tto -.00 J Y MAlln ."' 80
W 11 Wooldridge, ditto 14. oo 1 Aw~cr. ,98,. 9 8o .
C E Lockhart, ditto 1.(w)> jVile"i.. 8.6o
O E ll l s di, ditto 14.Oo SStrin.- i,." 8.o0
0"E I gIn.oo 8 S ianer 6.6
SA \Vil.,on, ditto" lol l ""l i5.60
anrl work on books 17.o sl -.., pc.. 5o0
FE Saxon, Stationery 4.5 Rose M a _.o0
Dockets 2 -6 Tom p ^ ...
*-r ."Clern-f Board 8.1o MIll '- 5.0o
F, Jtonertson, pub elec notice 12.25" Seeiev M.ill ,; I is ,
wCook, G general account" "2 (- ....Co '. '"wi : i -5o0
1 0I eatitl!]t C .CO QTY" lsnr (10 Ste % 1 e dn f ia, i 0
.. .. .. P P,"n
Tho 1*d for printing for -th0 ensufing ireawere oxamline. 15, 0
ff la4A-,4Pi n X mvS be|qg,.jo.s.3 than ttnt i. (or the l Regist ,er. olt,:n-.d, 5.h11otl,
oontf,'act for sald printiTg is herebY het to Ti er: h.t':---5. The
No I,,ther busiess the boardldjourned until first Monday In August.
IAVKE. SAxoX..Clerkof Bnard.

"981% andB j".. .1
If-aurli~ttlenoobotihm,,lI ,1,taken To-wiHrT willh I-W,,mr,.. _9 , 0, ,11 llWhy
("Imnetrup.whnt w"uld 7,judt, tWhat lilhaleldst tuld Wive |i .i v ass? , . a ,
"|l." HO[t. ___ |<^lI ,,. BBT"^1 *+**'""** ,h wm~k dlv i T
1111P,07 NONllllllE.l __ _/ F~ ll I hamme . vekr-vv-." 1rram );-@% be
lledll~lll .li~.. lll l_Jl Ikth~l]I!l'l + Ito i s oe m. l a l l#tlIo ss*I tl a tos'
M WI A,W [--ll~--v l~v;01l 11%.d.- "- .". .
,i' s R em ed y 14i8 ov1Wyea. I an v -rkhIs, "t 1 in14.
+ls tM t i hA B rA12 0 d Ol 5Ir mf, 1 'ZTJTr. 1. al-h +.M I7 v o** . r'n r t H f
lOir,.tlimiu11 er'. ral= Order NOW fr.'n .-i.rir. *lV> B^1i 1r=_3"' u m.r M .t-n ...Dir iirm. '"
ai, um. Pricew. Ai Gamlli .. by.. ma.l.l... -EII Ii i-- Z iw _--l ... Z. =

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Say & Fla Phos :& Land Co w- of se and 0 of swi 10) 23 20 frnm P 200 to $
W T Sylvester ............. setof'sel.............. 6 -'21 40t o
Rufus Brown........... lot in Turnes block.. 40o"
Jackson En- ............... lot 1 blk Garrisofis add ~ K
Louis Burwell............. lot 4 & 6 blk I Its 1 &7 "
1bk4 lots 3 &5 blk 3 s.5,815 2219 3 30
Mrs J E Eeinm'rty..........60 acres in see's,5 8and" .... 54-1
Mrs N E Stoc k ton........ 60 acres in see's5, ard 5..8
B R Burwellk ............. 69 acres in see's 5, 8 and 2-7 21 ,o
John S Biu1well............. p9 5, and .. .*-1 2.0
J AW Corman .............. lot 3blk4.-axon.s sub-;id >0
D S Cappleman ............ net of sei of nwi..... "" ,. -* ... -'Po
Grace M lhcxe ............ e6 of swi and w of set 22 ", 20 "" -5u "
Board adjourned until 1:30 o'clock pm. : .
Bo0ar(d tet lat. l;:. 1 t,) ::

ovto, "

iR, it kouti,'beome ,i weazified plgmy. If
the babe takes a spoon first in iHe left, in-
stead of its right, haud, it will bet unlucky
all it- life. It is most unfortunate for a
mother ifter the birth of a babe, to appear
out of ,loot., intii she is "churched."
The first babe baptized by a minister
after him appointments to a parish receives
the clergyman's Chritihan name; and if a
male and female child are brought together
for baptism the boy must be first baptized.
Otherwise,, he will go through life bare-
facedand the girl will be disfigured with
a beard. During nursing mothers wear
aniulets do? blue woolen thread or cord
around l hair neck to avert ephemeral fevers
from their babes. "These are Ianded down
.from mo,4her to daughter, are greatly
prized, ani their efficacy is iW proportion
to their antiquity. In the Border country
a cradle is never rocked, as it will bring
disease to kt child. "The luhk o' the bairni"
is a curihi outgrowth tf tradition and
custom:. 'lhoevetr'carries the babe to
cl-urch for f aptism rmust be provided with
a piece of c.ke. This is given to the first
person met4no matter whom, and if it be
ia man it is-beetter "luck" fo'r the child.
Iu the master of courtships and weddings
t Scotti4h ptaple preserve an extraordinary
number of peculiar customs and fanciful
superstftjiois. It is deemed unlucky to
r alter tie first wilthi of an engagement
ring. NIMy t rotlis have been broken as a
reOTlt" Tile giving of brooches and pins
by I,,vters is full of ill consequences. No
VIII 1 Roiti F! M.i Ini man in tile c^ re-
' lati,,n \Ol lake a pin fro ti 6o thi, w~i\'i"
out retmiiuing the, saute after 'i\-e. Pint,
E needles, c., are all emblematic-of the ces-
' sattion no frieni ip and affection.. It is
vrty fo!;tifnat,- for the bride to wear some
} ,,)t', . !o i .;l" lB qL' PI,1'i- ';,t her w ',ld.]n;i
if siwin1ross(:ie' ,t ,'4 f It,, Nrlai 1'. Itr I
Sbef, rT' itt is t! "oenro f tihe dpest }'-
Ipo'rt; I h l it, they r.h.,i'l, pross its path be-
b hinl thei party it wuuii-l tbe a itlip,aultjy.
e A wedding after Aunr-t e-tall.i on the bride
7; a joyless, life, the loss of children and an
early grave. ,
In the soutth of 'SC0tiaIid a rainy day for
iO, y;ri)Tia; in, an unlucky One..- The bride
hn n 1
i'* t:,'-.n ed',iii a .grtee[iL. Li ;t.^; wlherea
a 1 Blesti i~i be' briili- 'thiar 't,e sun's~hium.s
,-,n. l, "rul shoulders" wiil tie bride i"
e asign ofspeedy marriage. .Thle illrst aiionigii
f I he 11111.arried fen l rih.. il-ren1 \vl,,) succeeds
ti ,luil:l a'-ij l ;I,-- firstto) i veJ and I
e lI ai e n i l e l f w l t i i .e-' r l r ;,i ,Ii i l ,l .s n, l h t
p):art ,of L-uxom Scotchla l'site< fr precedence
i luite clos.-ly aippr,,:lching li-ti<:tffs. As a
newly I ~arried wife first enter her new
V lm ue .-..,me elderly 1'- Iitii intitU. throw a
*2 c:kl;i ititf -tui e,i, ld'. tl'- _',yr lefpore
her. One securiui a itMe ot cheese cut
with the bride's own hiand before she heahs
left tihe wedding feast ;fJ certain to be
g shortly happily married. lAnd it is every-
,vh,.;re iu Scotland n!, inauspicious for the
^ifk, t, jtir^ ^ ir j;....;rd jf
a', it IS inllforltrltate in p'l r cW Ll'tr' t+, l.;tvc
the s;a ointlividual arrive, to renmain,'at
; any subsequent period .
As with the Iri-h. the Scottish people
\ air0mp ,ve'py IjtLi'testiqIg andoccasion-
: ,;l.v )",.'urnfn)4 r,+jT kl, req and "gup ist-iti'oin.i
regartling; bir, a ',n,'i b fowls?, *1,110 bo of
I tlr Vu,.i bodN ill t ',iny ".pk'persQR ,vbhq
hears it.. A robhi seen S)ituig tpun a stoD~j
foretells- thI falling off .low. A blAeLock
is highly prized, Ias is presencee prevents
the ravages of bogiel awl warilocl,;..' TO
f I leair n cneckoo cry before breakfast is an
. ill oi~it-;, i !* 'j |ti iiare for ,a li.iu e-
wiLeif i;'bro(yt i;)' hkenis Pit c,.lie iof the
C! t c.-ock'din 'i, a' i. is ihdrcit v" tof'c.v o
'I 1 4 I, i, i, i I.. .. r
fP.F lrosper'ty. Tile tinailie is a patcicu
241 uruiu, Lirt'iH thle Scoteh' .
One Is sorrow: I -vo. rmirthI; "
Three. a wediling.f I'ntr, a birth;
-rive. l hemeni x.ix h bell;
*ven, Ihe dlf'il'saiai scl'
] ,Theq o t.i4r}c1 f t!hC thrush, any of the
Islnly Ilnc~ht-s, "or lh.; |itlm ,,xey'e tit
r !Itq ; .upe'. \q iqd,%w or! door te a house
u4 p lP, l) lhat. ,y ne il, wttlhi will re-
grill It'i" q 'd, ti f !ll jIre gooo.f ealtlh,
th. h t *-uttjO V JVpfsntl ; fn ) for tilo hotiteholilc. Wf; f1e .iariwg
Ce.I eses to )o/ow t01-10raW/.,iatttt.fome
v.iteh. epql fitb heing. v wroghlit upon them;
an11d if th1 raven bover near cattle or sheep
,....f" .hotlng" is velry likely ty ocour.
*v\')Lne.' J 1^ rpin will nothing in graveyard
t,,r ''tj;i, ',,, "' l' ,,,,d ifoili eep %ybite hair you
will tind uider your foot wiBf l OY4 49ar
tile fist not"s of the cuckoo in the spring-
+i I i e,(lie iiet, name you hetar spoken is of
i,. ,,1,::'- t hwill laply wed. "
.Death t 'tdli,..! 6.,d funeral tokens are
I very nu r101us. 1 'heiMi abyt LCd ait night
i![,,: -lhoilld, ncver turn about on hearing
!footsteps, |l'hey a're likely to be those of
tT i! ,',^'l "l,,o are-eeikiJ human eompan-
Iii- li). 'lne ,,i^,'jp ov" f a dog wlth ItS
head toward ,the house iov a. pea+ land
away fromi" tlhe house for a' distant r~eia-
lit.t, or beni.-,th the Window of one lying
il1,< t l',, (-'ru.'iui^ f ravens on_ tle thatch,
.M~y-f'lh "oo> er" prowing j..-"iTo mid night,
t~b .f -fr^ id :>f spir~ici;be rs 't][ t ;t eitnig lt, ir-
a :b, ,..,,, wlfip..h app++at! hen birds, magpies
precedingj fou on ~yolUP way to ph!tlcb ape a
few of' enoutle'a Seofttlsh presagosof death.
If at. a fuln *ral a shaft of aUn light) shines
wit~h P,ecij brightness ou some one *per-
.......that c e will be the next of those
p r ese nt. tf '- |,a rl* ,d In t he B o rd er sh ires
j i, h l, I i v. t e t h ; t ; n i . .1 ? ^ 1,;
,iiv U 1 ..lL:W|io fd "il tO bare his Bea,, "._""
al,,iit;t, ,'>>'ji;)i p:i, .k i'' procession and tf
,thiu ,_.it'.p<. I, rirne q,\ LW ieares .",;-' a lift,"
liit, i,;,+y' tji.r'L '-,_, ing "to 'tjt? .riteihua,,ts,
rt..+lllt,, hlif \\'ii ilth'iit harnl. 't.ue'rwlael
],- w*ill le'be I next ,,UL burred .
ill thec rrorth of :.,'.l !aind a peculiar piece
of v.'itchicra-ft--fiirlv the only genuine bit
'o Il:]lhel<.i- "lndl lI.:lrbarie duiblcrte to be

found in (Ine t,.i-re kingdom-is still prac-
ticed. Where a cowardly yet deadly ha-
tr.., i clierihdcl by one for another, a
'*. t,,uj,3., i.-a';:* ,, '.aelic, co?'p )crca(2.)s lmlfade
Ii t',. irp. ",' 1 )v q Il/l>? in tlie image of the
A-, in tt, lit tv h lih f,;:-i.,. t i ,s placed
with lI... greatest .-';,.T (". in ihbtF6en.l) of
som,-_- 'Ittdowy burn. 'l'The lief is that 'a
the curp crca'dh wasteCs aWViy by the action
of tlie water the victim sought tobe cursed
will a.s surely waste awny to death. "I
h hall maike a body of clay for youl" is the
fus;. \y.r'Wfi and witherin- tlireat'knowu
LLItutA'il4 gJ;,, folk. .The origin of
this truly devilish Irt'1tl'U e 001 ble found i]
ancient Egyptian witchcraft, aul its alommt'
exact. congener, the burning of thoep[n
priciled wax image of ono sought to be
vou'D,,oetl to death, is of common secret
0 t""t co aeuong the blacks of oursouthern
1tat4tes, th6 a W'7;4 Ladies and Africa.
'k" i.GArt L.yI, EF.MA4.
-- '_ .,',, ,f T+
A n.. ei isei] Opihlirt .
"'.^ ^*iiJls,,f to call that c ake of yours
At Per/fier -syiip."opy, as yon m nyreno,'nf-
(;et," si~l y'ouqg Mr. F*ilts+aLbouj g'FQ h.0p
attffer iM0lfr.
"I wat# to revi-e thitL exprescosn. I fel
now as though I had swallowed a whole
Wagneerln opera."-Indiana polis+Journal.

Wh117y Sile Wepl.
fne ol pbe h. qes. pai14 Wa .s..oftly crying
d9in'g the ceremony, and her qep.0rp, nuda-
ng ),er, wijgper'e + .. -." *'-*
"t+hat a'eq'qt pryjlag for? rtf isi'f yo"
"thlat' s why I'm cpyiolg," e )sai4,.-=
New York Prea ..

Hard Lines.
Briags-You knowthat.old suitof mine?
I sold it for ten dollars today".
/1rigs--How nice.'',
t rig,--',fl at all. I had to'take the.
ioti. ii [;>aai ui^ tj '; payment on my
tai, r's bill.-- loth'ter an i P bq.:ti ih .' ",

Whenin Doubt Fresh Deal.
Result pfi recent political events in Bul--
garia--revival of the bastinade. A soldier
condemned to receive twenty-five strokes
with tlhe whip is handed over to. a couple
of comrades, who have orders to strike al-
ternately, A dispute arises at the eleventh
stroke. ;
"That makes ten," said one.
0 "Twelve!" replies the other.
"Ten!". :1
"I say, let us start afresh "-Monde 111 Is-.

AH tn- ^ 11",.'1'i[, ..'i~ill' (,;" {IK
IIh[le 4lft., it e t ll(-<
i;IlI Ci rc-nit. o I l- :ti,-
and forHe;'li:tl .., ill
Chatrlcs ,.. "-i;.,
v '4,
J.ai n./. D TaIl,,r, ('- tfIt ,.,
, Ta' ,lor. \\W II. I|,.,,
li n i_ \ V l ( r y.T i ,v ) ,lh n I !
Ia ix,,>. 'W rist,_c, 'J'Iv,
1, tii l (-' :. t \+"., ;)tii nI'i ,.ri
M tillg"t' l, ilt h

John f". lDixVA]l,T iste+.
lI ill. '.) yi(,r. l .rrv. Per-
r, Thi Mrrilm .'ifvi,,t i
En.iu,.erin,,g C ,. & Mur-
'hI Me:'Ill St+'riios En-
g rinc (i- l 'r C ,. ,- M tr-

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Ci~i.;Bt~ .-_ ...

The News Is pnbllshed every Saturday
evening, and contains more newsJlocalount.
4ecral, than any other paper published t
, nemando County.
Cbmtunlcatlomf on all matter of I ntereal
the 9ouuty ainlt tate solicited.
The subscrlpt lon price Is 11.50 per annum
9lt.Yorix mouth, strictly In advance.
Local advertising blls are collectable
suanthly Job work carti on delivery. altes
von ou application.
Address business letters and make eheclk
payable to FRED 1 KUBKtLTbUN, Editor,
Brooksvlile Fla..

After Number One.

W S Rogers-............... e of swifn e ......... 23 19
Mrs Jane RYals............ lot 4, blk7 ...... '
A aron Ryals.,...... i...... si. of' nw1 of n w ..... 21 23 19
F. M TOWD06d............ Tnwiof swi less a in nw
cor & 15 a in n4 oj nei of
_ .gswf &X 35 a in nw of sej 2i4 2 20
T A Sewell...: ............. l* It' l &. 1 8b l ;i .3 a W S Smith..:. ,,,, V4 of 11w i ofse+........ 23 22 19
JA Stcvens. 1+... ....,11,, k 24 Brooksville,, t .
BrittleI,............ wf of sel, set'Ot swi a
: nei of se ........ .... 2... : 2120
J A David, agt, f lr" Mrs S' E -
T hom as.. .. ......... net of tii i..,.;....... *
F lorenc cJ 3Trry........... %1a i se ocr()w Iof n1wi 23 ....
Unknown................... in se cor of sc0 of set.. lu ....
DunnellonPhlnhsiatl C Co S
W Teag, agen ++ 1'5 -100 a in t. of nwvt
pc sef ainl in nei Of .\'Vi 4:m 1N)
C S il.- t .. .... .. .. .. .. w i of s'_ I .I, .. 1 .. .. -i'
Heirs,,o V T \\ itlh .r4. ; .:.. ....'.. l) 1
W l1 ^b^,ltj n .., '..* *' f seK :...:..;. .. "ti21 20
I N 1(1 kl ***ld........... W1 2of e(i and hi of nwi 2 *2 ..
J 1i C Wellt on............. ni of wi of ei of frac'-l| 4 3 I1
W ilder & 11 11, ;l............. 7-. a i c
S N W hite ....... ..
Mrs F ]lli,,.>i..;.,^::Z6(.i&si on,. of ; ,
... .. ...... ... 1 1
Vauier. .....' ..... \iii lt <, M ain st s .
-- -~~ ~. **t -n ., J. T'. s lot. .\..... ,*., .
H J I,.11.................. e4 of e4 of wi of invi.. 10 22 4 "
F M llede- k ....... .. ......) ... ... 1222 19
Warren andI Coswell....6. e of n,. ,dl s',,f ioif<.

[C1qpyrlghl. 1891. by'Edgar L. Wakeman.l
HA-W'ICK. Scotland, July 13.-Collecting
folklore from the people of any country is
,attended with many difficulties. The
Scotch are almost as evasive as the Irish,
; and delight in mystifying qualifications.
r rl~e intellectual classes rather resent the
i"shble uses to which such information is
todbepur. The average Scotchman of the
ddle cla.ises feels aggrieved that so noble

Pace as his own should be suspected of
S. .pssessing'supert it ions. And the ignorant
aid lowly have a well defined -notion, that
1te charmu is lost if it be divulged to dis-

STo illustrate: .A certain' eminent literatot
Icf A"''apced age in Edinburglh, himself an
tlucidator of the vprY helreflityof Scottish
superstit ion, when I applied t, fati. hufnbl.uf
enough for his own verilication of a yery
| terd practice which 1 ab-,olutelW know
Jtlll exists among the higlhlands, told to(
in good. round tcrm-i that. the ineidling
e with uch roatitas by rep, l!ph qand Amer
.o Jean intellectuals tramps fI lieInjeea lias^
e 1..most damnable impertinence." On an
other ocesiaon I ordered i tunitof clothing
, fromij certgin town oracle, ilie tailor; who
1 In *n'na rilyspects was a second, though
Bcvre, editon uof delicion-i old Mansl(
, Willici, for 15e sole prri--e 6f securing
I be lorIbe pio .;Ppe'reitition,- of Ids own craft.
f Wit i '.tMhe t,,fpiauiq, pu,-ible ,Iap
- proac l t 119e covte' ,clure,, .bj
moment thin- fellov.conpelpre ':! (lie.14
pojr of iin% ,\%i.ihe, contidence'i were at'Art
e end, atd j, '1< ,jignity wais so sorely trie,d
that he deciii line+ htl.tfr fiirtli ?rintercours<
ri with ue axt? through'aiieutjliJ.. ^ediur
of a deaf and dunmb atsiLtar'it.
Among the peasantry, and especiallyth(
pcrofters and coastwise ti~hermen, however
* n11144 i.0u may gain contiilente and friend.
ship, thie "'itfe. ;.i nut with inmpunity!'
O of Scotia's national ,,ott,, 1 .4; U lb'l'irii
e fact in character, and thLn;Ih It. F.y" lit
D ofwu overcome, on cointit-.-s occasions]
i. hyp been met and baffled l in folklore re-
e seaveWii blyI lie canny reninrirk;:-
"Guid truttf, gj l wad' tell ye onytein
- ya wad shune La hait in li, et:'Al b' goo('
o't ta ame wad be dinel'.
But, determination, dilige-nce and hon
esty of spirit in research wll, accoi_,,pli-,h
luuch In year's timne, even in Sebtilad.
It Is enay eqr.,,4'ut., < find in their main strike
ing affin itlea hact Hivan, p,:<.t0i1,, [. .li?),
Irish and even New l [;nl E..ne-gnan l,,ir
tents and i.tperstitIous ,oll',+o,, t h,' l ,,'j i
s trivlal and ordinary character. Tlihee i.
no end o these, and a fev extinplf., will
lllu.trate their universality of adoption
A Ibabe must, ieor p ^.* jts imna.ge? in 6
I looking glass until all'i-, te'-tl Ic ':- i', t.
| Bad luck nlways fo|)ow l',., ren i.oy. t
i the weddltlpg |'tlhf, If yoU. liih, twI',i :p<,
in your cup or 6.%tiwup jt '.i a (rt','n oimen
1 that you will never went. ,+tUc ,Cil is
r thinking of you when yuuiiir n.,;e itcnio.
Tlt o iens connected with ;I _,tlrning v'il-
satnia in ta Ftfrgjjt, or left. e-ir are the sane
r a wit lI us. Tae itelit,` pr t ? f ihe 'i hliv,;,iln,
r jadieates tbl.t. y,' wil '-" ,,l-( i 1;;)nl,
, and ot tli ftJ tihat you ,arc p? J.'r.._'i;.,;
money, whiv o it itr(ilfco) ", of yqu'r feet )IS-_
turb yoe, il ike P.inn q,,,, j-v4 er t '.,,.ir-
ney over t6Ingu g routl(. 'I'l+,,pI,'tB'1':Y 'Q[
) the horseshoe is the same tljd tvorlil over,
b hut, in Scotland if you (n1nd Oneo y ntu,,t
ttiiro jp over your left ,h,:,nler i n 0rder
jtO sc~re g,,,o', i. rk during thie i,.,uth to
,o{. Til- tpill'i^ (of,;ijr. i. ; ijliK-ky, but
evil m y lbf wariket'pioff if v,;. '.rill t,.S ai
portion over .your left sh,.I ,..*,;. ,\\ rl, the
tirq is blown, if L-parks lHy i'-,t.:;i'3l3,
"-$Sr!ngers are to vi.it yon. Lven imlijiberL'
Art, Jtck -" ',,d odd one5 are c .iIt']Iituii-. ,
h t .,pi.:-' """;,. oljeuCt, or artit le 'f food
- fign of much furt ;er'i.nt"4.w,;2.' Iit I'f by
chancee any a wo pters ons- waIsh iu till -L.17"
bl~wl of w,,vter they are (;' rtain to quarrel.
k,-,t~pger\'ic'i or beginningi an.,, enter-
" prise or join it,_-'u'i Siaturdaly will (-ompel
an unfortuinate out(-.-ii.u. Tl:e .-;arln'e tpcr-
I^titlons regurliung cauls,.a,,'l "ehiiitlhL, o:4Fnll

In tiropi. V a,.- i ;t spider in fou,,nl on
ona's cluthing >"- t4ej o ,t } ,,,oei will short-
,ily bo received. .\ gif't of ha i;.'., .y',' p1her
sharp ed..tiA uteu.il is alwa.',. to be ;i:.vi-0 .
c" L Tbe,'i rr.r? c-'imttle-.i w ,iter ,aoonu.w
and portents If1 6t'coilmid wl.i, pIjore c.,,:,-
mon in I.;nglaizI an l d IruL11 &h'l vjnl-'i
any btud(lnt of Amnerica tfoilkJore %ill lini
have pp.s,.cd iuto usaige iu our owu coun-
Againhinnmerable trait ,:ouary ctus-
I to .;4 ,lnd .beliefs- of the hui-te l "',,t w ill be
'fw U<)t'jecu,;:ti:' in i S,'-ntrti.' ,!i l.u .'" leLa-u
',T- r.. "-sel\'es,'t( ':J.'.h w L -d I: .'w ,:x:v.-xan plile,. 11
y ou fir-t seo lhe'h'u.w ,u,,.:.,n \.;;;: "in,tv
liaaijd you wtll I.,e u.nforti~i.i,,t.,- f,.,r- ,;] UiLU~i
to come. h(' ^*'**,} stei. a t,.,w- lIK : it~lih,'r'..,1
ber tore reet, you t',,ili in, imi._.,!1,.,t,.-1\. 1,0.',r o'
a dea-th. Seeing; a snaiil o:,il.,.tr..- gtnUnij j
a bad orneH; but to flu,! oue ,,n te,'n. ra--s is
sign ufaf plentiful .uear. [n l;..,.\hurnl.
(;hijre those meeting black s*nail, t;tke th,:- m
, b .tji^A. hori antl throw th,'..n ,.,\,-.r thciri
'left'.slmio~ld~ie' 'n ortler t,, fg,, r, thlrir \\ay
proF.perou."--ly. Xhe uijden I._.:,: of hl.ir I.i ;t
progi<-J tic', ti~i )tU o(i>'-'^ >-td!.j'r'-(' ie th o,"
pr.opel'ty. Po drfc o11. 6J ,-^.i;'; .ii-^rh t.-'li,!g.
eat is a c01't:tJn l'i) ,(j^ "ti...' ,.1,:.t.tl!' ,-f ;i
friend. Trhe ..hriukhiig uf i,.-.'i ii) ;' ip,..i;
while cooki,,g ipresage-i tluwivi'il In life;
should it s-well you will Iel'ir,..-I|)Lr,.,i]s.
/[t is nulueky to be reenilhJ ;Hte-r lI~avinu
e fi' .v, hou lf(or',ottct; l)I ,t\,t y.n ct.n ie-
.Btroy tll-,.t.e| ' n.y ,f'nce pIr~t:!il.]ig ol
meat and drink. Wli~ej^ \^,. 1:1-it put or, a
new coat, if yoU will pladco i~ui.' '.: ,h,.
right band pocket, yon will ni..,t, lKIoft

wautf, bUji f-5y n'tuake you pjdtcti it it) rie
left liand l aket .you will le iei ueed ;ds
ifffiK 'K that. C,>at is worn. T._-, -weep a
.ouse by jaLt ).:' ithe greate-t. pos-.ible iu-
suit that can b.u otfi-,., '1t, tlhe fairies ;nd
Slie spirits of tle dead, au'1 t1 o'," utr, OUi
.tha du-t, by the front, doo00- fS to ,,riV'i'atwa
jglttI. -qvu-ie. A dock leaf will cure a: net-
.. If3Pgtjf you will incant,
}Nettleleou:,,Jock in.
Dt>'l rotuiu' hLe ctt4etl3 &ting,
during the operation. Down ahout Yet
holm, if any lltho travl'llu' iitlkers or
pohdlers ou setting out In ti imor'ning
meet a person whose face they (!'j not, like
the4y turn back, furto hl.'vc pr,.,,--rede,1 uouhild
-litogiveu an unlucky day. l1it;hl:t,,lterb
to k ,'Liyjt miduightot Io.,;,. 1I(nil style)
bat-hbi jn."'0: l to F jq. j|, lLitheillJ;i :l.-hlnre, to
cure tOe~tselyve o".f \iUfj !,k.djj. ,;!).ntnts, re.
paytig tihe iiirit. f the JALn; i, .-uii for
theto benlellt, t-?'ml) luI .'ii ft re Ltill
smeared ov,.r cvjis ,j{jk-rc:\ wizb "l-he evil
eye." And .oetils t.ti I rtRl ll, i sL, --v. .L to-Std
ihto new I,,;r -e e lwfiiro re l -` *)".. -^ioi:
of It, to drive out linger irng c- .1 -.;', r>.
"Uhe Spotchl baby is the subject nnl ob
'jeaf,-pf -ry many traditional super'stitious
"afoegtotrti etd ominous lportent-3. If, in
prailjng (Ow kx t, nd calling it, pretty,
yoU do Cn,. a41, "'^ave 1'" your eye will
"take on it." "Srae itld" r pw~tv the

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James I T:13|IfIr a lI wife I
The 3I, 11 i i .i ,;t.,,eis En- Cro_ 1;ill
i 11 ;l' ,,..IJ-. D ix-

Vi'tk-r~iil i,.\ virtue ,;a 4de-reo of
jt'+ t l,.,snl,:. r t'rtderetl ,,l '. 1 clt day of
M ;,I Sll\ 1 1 ,v lio n 15 MI l a n;t ,ll ?t,
ill ie .al)I\f ent tle OPca I. w 1 'ill sell
al. il.U ,lic ;t ,,(firt hiuseat l-ln.K i lv i, Heriiado ,
c_,mimty l. rli t,, the highest-and
e-if I l lor ,l1, d.Ir1 ngi1 the h.rgal

i,'I IS'F (_ ND.\y IN .\tVSp,
A I>. 18.,1 thr, .a J, l itig he Id,'. ;; -
rthin l,,l. (hie hlollomit, (;I-'',l t' < _
l .Vrty, t>wit: J.'he.ou.Iti eTQiTAR- .
rElt is 'w ), (it til. .r n .J t, 1: lhTA ?.
(K; N11) \'w EI:AT HA LF ; |-4- (blS '
,(.)lTII-w ITsr 1lndlvidhl half of thie -ori -H-.
(UAR'SlT t ljd,,)*tT- tile si+'jU-WE8*,,
IT.Aitrnsi i.sw-}) ,ft ectin Eighteen-% -
i ti, T..w~lqi(,h; 'J'reil.\-Th~re< (23/, .
1,, tl, ,,f Ia.,r ']',A'. tj-t-(je 121'_'1
Ea.- t I, I Iern ianlo counitv. btate of
F ,lrida or ,".) lltl,11l t1llt'reoi,as ilaiy b1
ititficif.iit to r'itiaie theaLuotint dute.+ .
till- 1,llail,'-1t. D)ll fi.r lruii4M e a,!a- l .
i[trrtt';t ani als, t.) thecoAt and expese"
ksls suit. : "
I % ill orier eafli'pieco of landl sper-
attely. FUk.NK E. SAXo09
lMaster in Chancery-

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She-Whniihl di, you c~ir," moA'j for, Jack 1
-" 'He-Is it p,-,s-ilh, o01 do not know whom
I love Ie-t i-i all thi.n worldl?
She--Yes, t know, lbit next to him?--Life.
P0 ft, ell: RS,
I. 'As toIt, is yiour 1iArtidlay.,i my life," re-
marked! i lIp spor't in, hu- mh:t nd,"I'll go and
br!im^ il, stlel iKll. f' d yu|li, I
'"No, io,'"'.lhe rt.;,-,n.it r>t,..,l; "a hare will
gatlsfy- rme.' Ttpy 'come' cheaper, -you
knw.''--Fliegende Blatter.
S- I.,Lrk of Rev1erence.
"L-- r. n ,,n Mr. Gnii.,m f'tmili'ir titlh
(.rrwrh\ ll.Jl 1, I 1 1'i' il. re...rcc : : ;
""Fai'm'l in r e" prceated the Boston m aid.
,He's positively flippant."-,Indianapolis
Journal ... .

"EDid yyou p ive .olr schoolmaster any-
thinB ,.lurTns the holidays?"
"Yes," s d thbe Iid little boy, "I gave
him a Fot tle of Iution to soften h.s handss"
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Pro'ceeIiai- or tf e m Board'of
Collin ty C'oiiISSioiers. ,.
P p)'I vi.]g II-L,E lZL^,' Jui~y, th., 18t,1.
Theboard of County Commissioners
met at 10,o'elock a m. J Y Alien of
district ,) >lirc. [(e ted hIlk eiojini ission
of vorniniusi,,,ier(if district -No 4 for
,.,ytw re W E ]Jope presented his
Com~it1siljj aa (,, ,iik-,iiner of dis-
t rict. N,i 3 tor 2 y"ar-3.
R W cnIllto'li" presented his com-
lnissi,,li as commissioner of district
No 5 for 2 1ea rs, "
\Vili~y G~i~dlfai p1'ejlltef lhis con-
mii.sion a1 'omn io-i,,ner of district
-No I for 2 yea rs.
( C pKt,:illjjf l resented hli commis-
sioln as c.:I.;n is'.ini'r fo"r disttictVo,2
for,2 yeaIrs. -
The fticard organ izcd. by electing C0
lirf qthley'presd nt.. .
Boa rd, ei to rer.ly CC Keat1.;
Iey, Pres ident.
*.I V ,t el app) ilntl d. _, ( l--l rk_ o
04I1,4 qIl!', I.1 "11 rl j t,'*l ell's. Phos-
pllai-tte e 'ilki p Il el- 'tli ,1 1 (l11t itict N o 2. i
1) A Tooke. w)pIlited clerk of marks
and brands at the ,etherland Phe'a-
phate camp in .1 e," t hindistrict No 1. -
Action, on the pel t., i, from the ci-
tizens in the forks of the .Withlacoo"-
Ofee rivi: lfor ;1.,)Ontiut m,'nt, of -'inspec-
tors of marks and brands postponed
until the first Monday in August.
The board adjourned until 1 o'clock

he board imet a t-I o'clock p 1m.
It is hereby ordered that the road
Ojstricts of Herna1d6 be and the same
shall remrainas alj"i'ltd. laid out and
described j!nder the road law of 1889.
'Road District 'N9 -Wiley Good-
map,, tity fomwiij1-,iiiner and road
su lperiint,:',,()]ilt.;
C C UKethley, coujity, commissioner
anodroad !,iperiitcila;ui) t, district N02.
W E Hope, county commissioner and
road superlintendant, -istrict No 3.
J Y Allen, county commissioner and
road superintendant, district No 4.
vi, h'Mntlt, county commisioner
and road slirperintenbaii,- t N'r'" .O.
The county treasurer made the fol-
rep6rt, wl ch. w as examined and found
correct, '*''" "' "'"

se oifnwvt and st... ..921 '. I;1o.)
...... wi of nwi,s,.f,,fnw U i.
R 1 Humphriiii 3(m)& ^~ e~ }.;:^ ^ **1;: ';
M J "Irle inlt .1 ..1.. :a..*:. *.* 2.^.';icrt s In'. ...... .... .-,- 3 .- h. o "" 15,,,,
CMcDaniel .... .... ....... ,-. ,t t ra,' wi A frac >,_i 2 33 20 3-5o o* ,
Ralph nv.ll,h ............. ne} of nwi.iiwi t f net 22- 21 *. i; .
Thom as Sherlock.: ......... ; 3.?,,;o 5 t,,,

/, of SWi 1,-S;^ 5 .a..:'. 3" 20 moo 13oo 2.-o,,
Board adjourned til ).,'l,.i,'-l cii m .1111Y-"8thk Board met as per adjourn-
mentwithttope, McInto,-h. Allen and (.oodin;i, E Hope was mah: l ,' 'cid" n r, Pro-tern,' Or(hdred t i*t .1 E MrAN row ,,nrac,'lint
of hishelple;scr.ndition 1,,-111, .., t P riar 'n^ moniff-- h ...
,re a su ry u l *t i ,,o l *er \i ..e 0rd t ,- l',d i,\ I il' lp ,a r .dr 'p r i ro m J K nox................. sw .. r 8 22'2i
R J\ M ik-k r ..........:." a... 2aadjoining.W m Ho / y "
ells l1{ a lot , iw el"
' + .' 1t 1,,i to Broflk vnle. 1 o .0.1
D tiilAyers .Sr............. e0i, ,A .'.f nwl and swi i
.. ... : .. ......" ......".... "t 3;j "25 '"ohlo'" 1 of,
THerS of WT Mayo.':. 6 ofswI::. '7 -22 11)(PO -^ i:kj i-;
Jos S Martin..............pit blk2Uar'son ad ..
'T hom a. M (C(t nkfy....... :. 1 '2 'a ne, of swo. ..... 15 3" 3 ,, ,
H henry M ,: ,>v. ........ ... nwi blk 13 G arrison ad ". 5fo "" 5,,
J H McCall:+:.. .... ....... swi of swi of sei. ., o \ ^ .
"," ...............6a j s~~rqT,'."
; s-W1o se .. .. .. .. X{-) 7 ,
W1D Parsons.............. 15 a on, fook villeave
So" .....Saxons siib add,..I.,. .. ,r,. -,,
Anna P D Parsons......... in se 4-',i"r lt. 8 Howellps
S : estate add to, Brooks- .
ill .. .. .. ..;. .. .. 4 .n 5m -x
M B Pafcchan....;..... ,,., sw0fsw i.. ...,...!y,<,:. ., 11. 5<,.

Conlnuiaioncr* nale. "m

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Bv authority of all order iBelld o
mi IlI HMin. 11. L. Mi'1.-tl .I Judge/of
the Circuirtt 'CourL t ti the WIt JiUkLi'-
CircuiL in Fllita, I will seil on l tle
l991l, the samtile being t he 7 (thd.y tthere-
of %%it[hin llt i.legal lio rs of s.le, before
the 'Olirr-htitlse uor ill JBrooksvile
the following lands I.lohgiag tIatile
Estateof l{olert M Hill, drc The oi,,uth-\\e.t, Qyarter uf Section
Tweiity-Oiile [21.] 'J mn-Qiip Twenty-
Slhre l2";.,J .Sotlti of Range Sevcrtteen
.-17.] East. Said laind, sold, for di,-
ri,_,utit,,i among heirs of said estate.
Purchaser to pay for titles.
('tum issioner-

_Board adjourllned unt il 2 (V',cl[-c r Bal'l nmet at. wk'cl,-)H, p T.

Notice to Non-AcseiRetjmF.
In LhII! C ircuit ('tou rt, Sixth Judi -ial ;
Circuit. tt Floria, in aanu for Her-
nando( Cunty.--lu Chancery. .,"
W. Spring-tead & Sous, D Bill for .
vs. -iPartitipn-&k
SatuuC. S. Ellis, H lelie(.
It. heing n.r le to appear tu tir6 sat-
isfaction Oft' the C',.un ,>Y-i afti.vit, of
Fred A. ,SpringstvaitL ont of the, alM.
iAlainanl.s ,i .aMil (case, that, Satiutel -F",
Ellis, Wl d(Ielen.anhtn&towi, j'i- a Inou.U
resident, of Ilie ( ole o/ Fiurida, resid- it.
ing il it e Staite ,or Kent.uckl%, -u bthat '
Mte'ordiiiry pr,,,--ss of law c;(unotl Ue
-, *rved upon niI, ,i. i.-thelr'fure ordered
t'hat. t[he. -;'id tLti'te' lant ,, d appear n "
CAiis Court and pfl-,a:d, alsveror demur
t t h e bl i l l ,O r t ., l l ifpl ; t. 'x h i l i l, e d "'<
againstt hlinit hurein Lm or bel(f'e the
itLile day in Sep-'miber.A. i. 1)8vl, or.
all th,-. mailel' .I;:i t ings ill said bill
will oe takell ;a. eifur.ssed by said de-
iehni'lt aMd co;ttmplafnant alltowe! to
proceed i, x a;irte."
It. i.; furtheirirdrcl tIlat a cpy fit
'ihisorder lie- pIblishild one". &.fwevi; M.-
a%(.' .S11--CebsSIV wi. nt'ii nc*IERNAIN.
D)O Nlews", ;i \v>.-6.'1 mevplie'r piiH&
lishe l in tne( ullttyo(if l h-haq(oLw l-. A
Nutate of Florida. Done and ordieivl
at clIaiulpers at, 1 ort Tampa, Fl, thii
the 21st. day(uf July, A. D, 11,11,
It, L, MIt'UKt.,
~ J udge,

;.' y TAy 9ecretary.
'" ".' Geo C Martin, F E Saxon and M P
Burns were appotint,'d a Cdinlittee ot
three to,,-' draw up Rgulationis and By-
Laws for t.he regulai,_,n otf the club
t f o hawe theil, e re:ittd 1) be sub-
I"~ t Biie #f (.t,:" ext lmleelling,
-'The m. -eteag lhun adjourned to meet,
&gain tin Friday ,el, pt. 3 o'clock p m.
Y. ]. I) It.. 'W 1L
-. Se'-yeta <;%*
-. ,". All who are interetitt'd Ire re, uec,,
.. attend the tueet.ing ou Friay ,lext.

:.:..w y B. ..
A qr.-ritrl..-W., It tlie name ,, N M S
-Pl#*er, [0Jl f'ro.r th"- rotof of _tvnse
Aln East. l'es Modijes, li,,v>, flt >us-
As ItainedR.a painful aind seri,us sprain (if
,; bthe wrlst. ,which lie cured wNith ojp;
u.txtle of Chanhberlain'" Paih "lal]l.
.'JD sasp it is worth -$.) a 1bttl'1, It
: ---!.*0ogf him f50 cents. For sale at, City'
':-" 4rtig .Store. Brooksvill, Fla.

1. ot as ,ia,- Jiot weather comes
il tt-ill .iunre or Jr. -owel eim-
plaFt, in thiavic.inity. wel'r' person,
iad .specially fIamilie's, o1gngt, ) W ;;h4 e
ftewt reLiall- ew.licitie ar thand for jn.-
e- a .ita,vnv in case it. is needed. A 25.'r
-" "5,cc( t l,t~t...o. Chamberlain's Colic,
=. 'hol.t*-a.and Djajrpi',a Remedy is just
*-- b w#i't e- pwgi -t o h.ye gprI all that
XDT ioni. vplrneb*dr Von" for'i,e m(it sie-
.,'- wAl'eAj +jngprmus cases. It is the
et, L!P.1st .tWeljble anJd most suc-
-.et!iil treatment, unwi),ni 1,; pleas-
i'' .anitet6"akWe. For sale by S S~trhiner,
D'_"- JD;ggist, tC it-y Drug Store,) DB rook6 vj1 Ie

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'l *-,. -ir Tan Pdt. Editor of the Craig,
i7'' .: ''' Xo r:,t-r, wi.'ent t a drng .,tore ;it
-.' '..i ttllpile. 1.wia, and asked physician
I -.:'.' t afn.hineetogi' h)iM a tfJl,,e of
< Lpg t cholera! motbui and
;ss VAN-f-he bowels, e-.says: "
itt. so riu6i b.etter the jiext morning
.!,[k.lit-luded to call on .the physiei-
l'l'gl^ 1 i m.t0 to U. me up a supply of
.<..-. a~t)iitw.. I wg* su rpr-ised, A'lien,
(,^^Ief~htt~ ^ bo6ie lof Clha-nberla in's.
W.'. :CIK^* nl?"d fiafh-ra "l t'enied).
:.^ d he ptfc~ribed ,.- regularly m
i!nB.cli.ee'aind foiiadjit (rW .,j; Ie
v^k^fg, or prepare, I.-aZ'ta'est i.y .1o
E ilaV in mv ,as at. au events," ,
." S.trliger,- Drugghisr
,_ ;jr us lte a. ', -
s: '." ""-[' ssv '1 r 1 I, ._

^^- 1|t..4KLOWSSwpsiwa}~n!i STP has *beao
(O0T' eivSf -v-rs^11 byw'Vfoas of piothwpr fo
g.'r. cnhareitn wliil. r-eert.ling,," wfllipe'fe-t .E:
t/S "t lhes the chiild' softisar tfio-pi:q."
^_|'|uyst ti.[; .cures wind'cotic, and is bheb&V
B 'Di :a14 a-.. Ir- will relujejC the n,,C

Hernando Connty. *f qn, .'Clork 0of the
Circuit Court in ;ji t4 fot -aid cUtll,,ty
and state, hereby certify the loreg,,ing
66 be a true copy of the orler Inade by
the Hion. H. L+ IMitchell in said cause,
and now on tile in my ofce this the
24th day of July, A. D. 1801.
\Vit,,e;.i I ,,:- n 'i,tl signature and
ital. thedate la -;t i .rtesaid.
j -AL. Clerk.
.1111 -*III '1 B1A. WILSON, D. C,



$ 403.51
125. 3




Bal in trca.'y from last rept s
+. "APRIL, 11IIT.
To amt Kitk geon elev '90 "
" ': "* lisence '90 &o '91
' MAY. 'TH.
Toamt( lh',h(tlaacctKirk7w90
0 3 I' t.' 1,!)0
S'+ ; frit:,.. 30Tt.+
To a-t K'irk gen rev '90
" additional tax'*88
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By~~w Co prp s wica neld $111,45
bal in lea- this date 1099,04
Total 9 $2216,49

To balintreag from last report $ W
" amt of:R D'lirk iP90 o .' 2W
MAY, 8rm ,
T? 441t fpVVs, Pd)F T Co '!9 $ 4
+ +" ": :+:." ... O'O R H .':
(( ('> (< 1-S FBB +" n 1
To amt of Kiirk addtnl list '8 $ ]
" "' 1" '89 ]

$ 40(




SU^q, 30THl

By road war';q}ts Ciaicled $ '.IS.,
', balance in trea.suryt r .5]i21

Th6,boartd atnjili,. d ii|tj| tomow
July "th at 9 o'clock a Tn.
.Board met as per adjournment.
Full 1,oa'r.I present.
B.oard.si" ing 's an equalization
raised the valuation on Block 19, Hales

lietvorld.. "Tweidy-fii'e cetw
fivre"and as"I for Mrs. Win
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Wire and Iron Fencing.

Brooksville, - Fla
,Mh in, Off;,+ ic ,/'c/..s'o, <('*/,, FI"'.

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0.0 (GoodIFaIn Wagon.+i at the Ifernai.-
". '.dv Slio!) furi $36 aticl lip
j ;. Jf 3.ou want die very best wood
i .l.of-a, iIkinds cut to suit and tlil crK.,
-a-li tr< 'lc on 0 W 1.ic( or r.vi
$U,' ..V W .I .ry.
,i. le(framejof Judge Jc.nings new
-1 Qlnie.cidel, omo u l on l-h well'e lHill.
^Vlt. will l bethe hae .lu<;,t rosidenci

ali:"IjJf4.i t,,-,ii l vh n ,' ,'tUii ett.
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1 -.. 3?ehlldr ens Dr dess ;it. 1,c altdil l
:L "-+ 'V
i+ -:' *'JUsi~rrc-jl -ed.^wic tn',iiit i f i'e--:' .
:.a^}it *.^*.Ou T .M,lIitc.Mclord..went dlwn t,-
2c ";'T a up a lua t.na t av ltoagree s u.m e inl-
/ )rtanaila^f lasets. h' got h(AHL
-:4' u r,-Kaf'+ _.
..'n- 1," '.V n pe: t' SIteen, Donuet. am.;
|^ r!.. iii ] tt -(tt fsiI.rt8-{trril ts.
, *.+=<++< y)^ :- +hi~ti'? tguli On Arthur Silclaii

i.-.:lt % S fl.on gout. ghome lad, night
d, e. ,- _- 1:, t- ,. A
l. -'."niuvlla.o'. Sl,.ee' delight. A hl.i,.i
!-''.ithoW. a-iu.stresIs ju .-2t nub(h-me at
a a
^-a,^ ,. **
'S. S Pc C.d s4, Drawers, Under,,hirt-
...^ uw | ehi~i(' al) at, tu i r tV's.
a I: am( d.-; tb todon-,iting at home.
t<4...'e . wib-slf idldressed manipet,
", .+i, e4 eII. w Mis-' Flora 0.. -..
;.- i_ --tral. lrrolrictor of -tbt.
''VBtiS.:'iU ,f l{0otbs,"
6;^1 _4t'rday last. At hei
^^^ll^^ fs i .<,ln ._lrefferon Av-eIU
-.%^^^"l^ fArthur aii<
Wqgttof a cl~
AiioAkizt,'r;ilr, a.ed 2 years and :

.Ple it Wrk leftt for her lhome a
ay^^FVU&^.lt'4ucl i 1&re-ia %va Himn
+'i^^Q?"^.4}.''^1 k.l^'*"u-. f+hv ha.
'A .lml+09 .,, ,. .t k,



A lliance. D apartment; No. hoiere ,++,,:. I :z i5 etonoalis3 ,i,
--A o. +--L-> all The nited !. odspent a quarter of a century m tryin to
out. Whetll allcThelUnted there onds pomote hatred. bei p ae s
ll. 1,lt. B' ]Alto0 no nationa ,an e. ,der the .presn h ot -l ol-be, can be anl must be, the
i. R no natilonalba -,. u..wlift( r 'Oplrestn6 .t
_-- ~-'- ~" -- + ...... 1,,,r hla -,'. ,,inn anoo ofg test country o i thep)la ,-Pr'.on
OF'I',CIA L DIRECTORY OF bonds. The government pays. tl-e, bank Auanc. ,: --.
THE .ARMRIERS +ALLIANCE 4 per cent. interest, and at the same time on Behalf'of the New Party.
Arr TANDUSTf'I UNIONT perinits the b~ink to issu:$90,00Lof bank The People's* p:frty has been formed
AND notes, U hich the bank lends out at 6 or under thu most favorable auspices, an(
--*-- 8 per <'ent. or more. Now, while the gives prouise.of an early cLuaMripatti i
rienervl Officer., .overnmnent pays the' bank $4,000 a. year from lha thraldom of the money powei
L. L. POLK, resident, north Carolina. iterest on its bonds, the bank lends its and other monopolists+. But Iii:.eman
B.1LCLOVt+, Vice-President, Kansas. $90,990 of notes at 8 per cent., taking in cipation camnot be secured with)rot spe
1.. T TUR31r Secretary, Georgia. :,7,200. cial and extraordinary (414tr- reqnirim
\VW. 1. HICiMAl,-:, Treasurer, Missouri. Thus the bank ia ,-gettin,- i $11,300 large outlay in the pr.lwrali,-in -If dodn
,1. H WVILLIJhTS'. Lecturer, Kansas. annually oi its $10.O0000 worth of bonds, ierits, arnmging ,ii.tg_ A.- .:;,1 otheL
Ex,'.c:tive C6omiittee. anl for this privilege it pays but 1 per lIgitimate and proper 1,nr1, ..... -'
(_'. ". MCUNE, Wash iglon D. C. cent.-on the $90,0000 6f iote, amnouutig To this end every earnest, fli:.n. oi
A. WAIHDELL. l'out'h Jl-akta. to only $M00 per .'?a ,finis is a very political and ( "onomie reforni and ever,
1 F TILLMA, Tennessee. soft and safe thing for the baaks, for in reform organization is Itro'-d'i,, contrib
JTdiciury Committee, dditioil totll thiA it has the temporary' lte at once indl liberally.- D.-)'I dela,
use of money deposited.and fiiuallv col- a moment. Send the moneyI i- rv. B rink
R. C. t)PTTY, ChM irmnan, `Mis;ssippi. lects itterost i:i advance an.1 loan3 the the matter up in you.ir 4 !"i:.i-.,,,-iti., }.
IS.Al MCCACKtE'rl, ArkanSt. intern- imouey" out rihut; away, thus once.- A few doll.nrs c,,i-roibnidl noj
A. E:. C.OLE, MinC111ur.11 n making iiiterst t.n interest w'6i has When the preliminary wo} ,is to'l.
Sta~e Officers. never been-earned. done, iiy do luoro ;;,,,, I 11,:i:i hunilr." ,
iK. F. ROOERS, P-'resident, Suwa ." + :: of dolla.rs.jusc before the eleitious, whe,
1). W. ADAMS, Vice-President, Ltike. But the banks are c'uiplaiiiin6_" some it is too late to organize 4nd giutate 1
.k. P. BA SKIN, Secretary, Marion now at a condti:oi which ihN-v" them- temit all contribrii ,n tj th,, '*-,rt. t-ry
C. S. YoUNo, Treasurer, Citrus.. selves bought about. Nationrd banking of, the national committee i +
C', B. COLLINS, Lccturer, Marion. gg i, ;^yRtFT-ci1 V
1. U. MAIT, Chaplain, Santa o.swas sha. nic hiw, thata great manyT SI.'
AV S T N i p a n S n a R s peo p le F a in ted to g o, in t., IL. h ii M 44~e 48 2 U .ricet m. r oet, M ilwvq~u k vf-,_, \V s
'Countr Ofjicers. a lively demand f,.rttiii, bondi, uad the
C. T. ROGERS, Pr-4idelnt. Brooksville, demand got so striig 't-li- tlosewho The only, argument adh.lWrid ..'ain-i
.1. M. HEDICK, -Vice-President, Add. wanted them for banking :purposes be- the plank of t l pliitfoin it a gradi
II. N. PIGGOTT, Secretary, Brooksville gan to offer inore-l th rfn thtalr aco viw ated ineoome tax ia shat rich t r en will es
E, KERsiY, Treasurer, for them. The llnad result of this move cap.-lt" iylnlt 1,y frld..t id i+hrjurv am,
M. R. BUNS, Lecturer, + has been torn ttho iiricoof $100 worth that our linone-t1',i*,or mnii \'.ill lu'n`% I.
Executive Committee, of bonds upto.$12-7:41n,11o f. fvoour:., pay.." TrhIrv. wonlI 1wli ,i.w.x1,ri,-nc,
M. R. BURNS, Chairman, Brooksville. the bond bears InM-rest only on its fa't, in:this, for lhat ik thiK wvav it wjrl;, ii-..v
J.. M AYs, Add. -. value, so that wh,.ai a btn-r pays $i2. But whtat 1 d..hct:,ble (lilil'tan-i~L-r" nhl.l,
J. M. HEDICI. Add. for a bond he ,r,-t. ikter-,i only on Iti. ri 1 ,plnt,.writi- '.-PrurL'rs ;Ire v.,ritinu ill ) o1
Lake i *il Tllmsismore th-iilh,:-c i l,:ar.. HewaMI's .'them.li'+...:-'.-- >,,uth Dal-,,la-inn li-t.
S ALBERSON, Prt~id,'nt.. i rat least 8 p-r Cent. interest 0,1 ever dh.,l- __ __
e ,B.BI SINSLEA Secretary. larrloaned out and wants itin advan'a:.. : : a,,, I;.,,,, ,,rt,,.
... ... -'' ,' .,, and he wouldn't think about UnvestinqT in .. l ; ,j'
,- <-. -, ; ', / .,- U n i t ,+ ,] s l *, t l a : + | | i q + ,n r i 'l u e ." i -
,I R. BuR U, Pl-.li,,.,. notes without'it, N.': bo i.' Wi'lona hia ) a "
- FRANK E S\XON S,.t'retar ..i,:n r, ru *,,t h ,Mii, 8,,,,i ,]i,,, t' I / "
s ', H.... I~unters 1141. i)t leda t,+tlow ,-,,to,,rll f,.>.,''t rjthilt l,-, )" i^^*
*" C. WHITMAN, Pr'sident., one will c:tre to buy them at a premium. ., '-
I. C. DEAN Secretary. '* Nobody wants to make investments /.,L','\ T, \
Spring Lake,0 that will pay only II per cent. interest,_ : .. --
. C ("I S W II'k itv Fl(',I n-:rd. .;f' th4t pate body will witut them V xpeipt .' l'1^ t '.
"/-,., ~~baukers, (md they will 'cnih wnt thin '' n\ fl'
.. 17.,,, "'i rl'. -ter ylcng urlc,+if ; tlat is they will ". ( ft \ \
'JOiN VAN0ZANDT, President. only want rhem for the purpose of 'issu- \/' ||l) ;;1 ?: i1 1 -
JxOE 14.\1ViLE,vv' retar.v., ing bank notes upon them, and'these ^.-- r1 !l, [I / ]
.--N .-. +, --= +' ^ /k '. ff l i', *1
PR CTuvMP~b-p i'i ^.,h'rlit.. vanca afd per api nioro, A Ud if n8. *. ,," .... 1 r 1
SB T '.,,''..a r body lnit bankers will" Wi t, *! i]
, + cedc,,faTl e .... J they will soon fix it so-that they can get ; tS^ Iti
.1 J Ro/1- M'. Prei'lent.: the~m for face value and perhaps less. ;,u iS^ H .
I [ ( \ I I I T I ': $ 1 :L L S ,? :c r _' 1 ; r v t % # #t ; > . + \V v i H p e .'i i i A li k e n I n ( va h i e 3 o ul o0
QOT3NTY ATLI.\N(F. MFI"'7TNGS. .N t w i (I dat hi, "ithot liI ,toy
;First. Frfz;Jv t;lii.r third T, irTursd(,\ moiyi foroe the government uin hi- 'h'lon t!hU-iitiii'.hs ,,,n,1 in k 1t 'nd
ft -- hrake 0 q -,ili i ',1,n l on n "
in Flbii."ry. Mho Au ltlmill NoV.uelU- bondsby ttlhi, scheme hut t Ail~ewr'4^?1^' ', 10 .
~~~~~~~ IS :.+; .++-'{ ;.Y++, "v',+"'+,+ Dou kniow, lIt' nk t ,,c-ks Ihim,
h.er at sUch places ai n the mene ers natletheljlit.4MI ",;'d --. at: ,. 2'' ,
- .;hall- .]-iridl'il'. ;'p"t. [,:{,ti I' r t t f:1.lt-, Mjaea p 1 e thing's energies to chileanyhow."--lharper's B&Zi r.
[,,nl, ,% IJ ]'sm io tt', l-"T "jt ... do. tisaltg,-the,"toogou a thingto "
Aiau t+..r.\ N- ,',,'..... M .Let go, and, as usual, tho national ad- A '."kit1,,0 ,t."i<'1.
AmiiL_ 1ioi \ ....... iiivd? mministi'ation is conniving mwth the Lady f t he 'J ose-- ell,-Hery .ler,
ger, lBrooksville, M II. p' "*noney p~wer"t'k',n 'q its .rt (a.t'ne< [hope y-ou ere eni.\ini.. vyore"ditnner *
+- "- '. :-01; t'he public '. he pople. e yerr rhll..r--';, yea" 1 tlo today an
--L D ,I P .... +" ... uppetite ,',ri -' "'t u "--cperat
S.... k -. ..., -' '. : littleXurvetand x m latin ofthe .' ,; -.. .-
.. "' +'++-" ,. ,-"--^ f.acts'lere' Outlined will show ll k the ----'-.-: .. .
HOW THE 'BANKERS H-AVE LA3ED banks an money >.:-o,,in4 "tr, k l.li liar Progessionnl mlfi.
T[' r ',"^r"?. ;'e'pl j 6i o .Uili, tlnal tre.-qury i; ovPr- ++
--.6 F ,. ; flowing with wealth, aind t1,"w will als, -| S, C t)XLl, C 1)VVA4NT
--'" : '. _o+II'I. show that'when the national treasury i,' 1 COGL$t; DAVA NT, "
riie. Latest Scilem ror; erpetii ii tho depleted-and looted, and when there are. ATTCN ',Y,-,AT .'AN
'NitionI ,4,al S,,i,,ti Se>llkBoth Old luosdble necessities of levying helviei -Office hIi -u liTiilin -,
P PIrties Defend the Money Po-.ver--S'ee- taxes on the people !ilrquqll ilt; me diumn ie'WW11 ':i.lticeil ilheStafealnd TUnited
retar'v FostertAobeys the llankhoro. of mor4blrdensiiapeiiriff-.bill.sor otlier- State'Counr ,. 1'.O, Ur<-illsville Fla.
wise, the lianka and \e monyP, owner o ...
p yrIg hl. 1891, ,- l tho n er.t .P.res, 4 o nttieet-s sY e al h o p p o rt u n itie Mf. : 1 | ., AKL I F U R D ,
pA o...c;,ttiail N -Yk.1 .-. r O Y AT I.\ "
The P, ,nditirn ,of tll,.i nati,.,n:d treaqlry I'eaping rich harv'sts ; ..
1i is excitiing att,-nii,-,n anhl c,:,n nnl-nt ivW, .. *, .-
I and stntni,-nts of every, Idnd, i aro Irin. 'On0 of t1od-ma,,n'(of the Alliancep i,, l II E^ 'i .
; ent olit nbli,-t it. Gr.-at e,litors are try- tihe abolition, of the. iationaill banking O1ce over Brooksv0ie State Bank, ,
; ing t6oexplain the situation, but as each system, and until it is abolished thli-i WlIIw -\1\-(;.--
' ,,ffers.a different ex.l.itw:ition it's salle to infernaland outrageous financial frands i -
s asgme that noTe 'ofthem knows all Iwill be kept up. H. W.AYK . ',TO YAT .\ .\\,
about it, orif they do they jorn't ell it. : il G ,, Coverlinet-I i" -i t ople. 1
a But whatever the condition may 1be rtt Tlii-' vvhQa derjiunci as absurd and Office in Bilnk Bnu~d,,-.g
is pain that the "money. power"' h -iiiip^.a<;(cabl',3 t~ .Alha.oce p~op sition ['fV Y.^*"EY .-
found a^wa ; t+geio in~il'g out of it. that tha gooernjtne sh~tul lo~a a oney V'T : -l ... ."
+" Th-r, i.'s,,<:iii.^ini? eally- amazing in the0 direP tt thlrl@ pP |Orla flpB Oper*,+. is," -.,'.'* ". ATTORNEY A' 'LAW.
""sch mes"--h.. ..=c.n be ,d+11ped l schmes haJ an b d\o om Frenhc,.h office PO Second floor of B,+P,.,,,- + l' ,"i .
li -i [ nn. l" ,'^"y 'take(,,, fromn "'The-"The-" .O h' Seon fl o ofB_ ,*B~i n .
.. .. / .^^ oy atnd History of Banking:" Will- practice in all the State C'o fl,,.'
.._..-* It has been remarked tha-t from" 1814 -r^]El5 L. ROBEI;TEON,
r- l .Ilt for many years tihe Bank of" France WaSJ "r r
y *- ^^ the bank of bankers rather tlian of the ,,NTR IIBT
J.fs :3!^8 merchants. Tlhe position of inttermediary --rri 'rirtTn
+ + ;^-' 1 between the bank and tbe great class Of : TIIE STATE OF LO->iDA.
: .**" "K ) borrowers On a small' scale should iave Office in tUernondo yew Office.
": ; -'" ^' been held by class of independerltbanks: ----- |
v /.'^ i^ i ita appears, in fact, to liave been held by M..li.^11'I1USSELLt r
r / ^ ^Wi^ private bankers+, ,ind during the revtfl- *v NoTARIY PU BLIC.
- i^^ ^ ^ fr', sio'n which accompanied tHe revolution
*'" ^ ^ ^^ .... of Jul'y, 1830, this class of establishments Ofic in Russell's Book tore.
"' *'^f (iv -,,, .^^ '^ ^^i^ ^ .o +,iat a prt of the usual m..hiner-,,f t IMcEV.. +,
"Lq. %''^*^l^^ ^ ^ commerce, never adequate, wa{s for a IY<'" Ad~l P 0., 1 bn.,ndlt Co Fla
'-;+,-'^ :^^^ ^ time absolutely Wanting. and it seemed OT'AnY 1' .l^
h^'*,!s^inposaible fro" tho +nornml ptQm\eient to -r'i-_ {'--
*i) N"i mg+. hegaina -TIE STATE OF FORItDA.
|r^''' ~''i'.i ^^ f '^ ^ Tlie, g.haii~br,,^ di-.-refori: voted that ;" ,i
L' ., ,, ''^ ^^'.1"..'.. "''" lloans shlouh" bie sranted bv the eoweru- '* O PAO., i .

V-"' .... "> ";* '** mene fof. thereof of commerce to the 2A sr-Tx^TC/.' I-
**-- .extent of 6,.000,000 francA, one-half to be- ..UR l.AORA+... .... ..k.
^ H. L. L0UOa, Psro,),"N T OF THE SOUTH, tetirectl., .y .ubH-. co..isio and '|Wil1 select or locate lld, Ilitile eonies
DAKOTA AU.IA+.NCE. th, ,,thin- t-! ns( -in establishihlinh b- of Hernando, 2 ("asc,, itrisatiSD O
'*l1,-,11P." power' in ariy" emergency. ""' .... ... p .. i. telerms rc.. .on.ll!c.
,. 'K d scou nt ontlce. in Paris an dti n t, t e
When "the treasury had1 one or two huin- .p, en The loans were made al
dried million of. ,l.rmron, per cent.. and upon s,euntv, and tlw. Ct ERG E4A, VA,
trh:u there'w as any- iiim ddiate use for, .. .+ i, ^ 'A.. '
busiiesa woihl seem,-to have been manih. 5 I- l,3['" [. .
this 'money power. camneo down Ifom aged wtth b6fte-r, O r i )
N evw York and with' the eonn 'o CALA. ,
v- ~~olnV-0 been expected, W,. -1kO'%,'_,00(,0'0,)00franc6 _, ,,_.:
t D,:,:n,,crtidi,l~i.?t, ^t heutl ,,:o fnde Stla .... ti ndustr.haln,,ical An-lp U l.S K
,*1 *.,t'.-i.\ty'ol +vei+tv' i illi,,,s ,,r.,l,.,il.,r" f,_or i1,:. ...... .......i .,T. .... 1 i,- ....x., I ,..;= iandl Plhosph ,te.L ind+.


?Tie ernando NEWS
:. ': .... *

LOCAl AMlP'l'All.-
: An X mark in this space 1
+ means that your subscription
to the' NFws has expired and
;that the editor would lem glad
.. to have you renew*
Ga' ; tihreh Directory,
S.. E. ClUU1CIH, SOUTi1.
IV G. '. SKLj,Knts, Pastor.
-' Preaching every Sunday at 10:30 A. 51.
@ iul7:30 r. m.
Sunday-school every Sunday at 9:30
lA Y.
P'rayer-meeting every Wednesda3 at
6:00 P.M.N.
,Services In thli Tent.
"New Ilarniony 2nd Sunday, at 7:30 r.

Spring Lake. it4 Sunday, at 11:30 .
..In all cases standardd tine is meant.

.. Ladles silkpmilts and Windsor ties
," ..Jn silk and #aJen.at, BurriLt's.
A friend osir were the expression
"a: -*nyankee trl<'|C origlhated. Can any
:" ..Pne tell him.
A. lnt class Iress"lig conb for 10c
.'. r6tctillllair bush ;3c. Tooth Brush-
es 5 and l10., altpurrltts.
:' Rev ]ict"l'rW Burwellleft,, lat. Mon-
:" .Miayjuerning. 'M t B made many friend:-
,. dwitinghis ah,)rt st,ay and whenever he
ean find the time to visilt us again h(
,/._'an feet assured of a most cordial wel.
? .onic fro ui jll our citizens.
:.; FTMiklol rP8H) Toilet Soup for 5c as

llK um'ibcrthat L L NAt4As, .* Co
I1 give you t he best wbrk for the least
:_-iney atlhe -Iernatido Shop.

.BirGeoW 1IJqinp8 is ruling the
"|Brk on W E Law's ]w)p!r, .lr Hig
'*Ipns is not onlY a rapid but a good con-
m,.acincious workman, what he does h
.*.iways wt'l done. lie never sli-hts
;'."."Anything, w. a ttrr how small noi
Jll. Ile allow .a.n ont ji j rilploy 10
J. it, to pass hiinm it mn.l- b.e goo<
v~rk muls-iuare work.

Ldies and Gents Furnishing goed
-.At 'f I Cook*
Aipaca coats-Mohair coats and
"' v-ests' and a t'ul line of1 suits aud pant(
atf BtirwFlt1 cheap.
Judge G V Irmsiey, Mrs Lon Dan
lel'.li(9es T'urn Bond, Lncy, Qucee
and M1ary Cobb ient down to B3ay PoiI
Ihurstloy tot a few daps i la xat ion a
tie sea side,
i.= nice Gjnghanr house drts at Bur
: ,ritt.s for $61.00.
+.. K
.-,". A.nice print wrapper at Burrirt':
', q'r #, ,x .;.11"0.%

'.. _. ''1 i- al'iid his sister.M iss Lily, sot
2'ltnt d lughter o Judge S iN %hit<
*.si+.'.OL tnlu i .,'1ay.. Tiey have bie i
.:.'*;.: -_... pt-eLnind g Vanilerbilt Universitky ai
.,-. -;aslviie, Tenni.
-1''Tfhe' Very best enelol-pes made a
s;. ^ Bliirtt's,.5(:,a packar.
:,* :'-ou pcau get any Mind ,,f \wagon ,.,
,': ;.nggY built to order at, thc. Ilernandt
h_, hop..
IN- Thilptohacci crop of IIeriando Co
: r- 'for t8:y0 is not reported at all tby th,
:. "-'.,censu{s d-cpartuinmt. .,lotwithsta ntlinl
i.1 +]l 'a., ,,; :iiii-^. l i' ,,t, to rlDimes as ia,'g

aa.Ui.a.t. q[<_)rliru?,, .Dural or 1Polk ani<
:' UK I .lhalt'as large again a, that. v
*Molioe eounnt. W lI. thlis" ""i.lce,
-.-' Ladies, Gents .,nd Chihtlreui's He.-
.:try ' c~c tl'' and N o tionsc at C ooks.
;.: :'. Law.s, Shallisi, Musliina and Sat

-'' ^t&es al C..'olks.
:/. "\a"The rain, It raineth every day" lik
[-:':-.':(funidr too,. Ir .you doubt it staid
"' ou1t withoult your waiierprf iold and 11
"T" b!reiht,

The many friend-; or Mrs C;iundhr.n
who attentled her u.l.iucale hpdM at 1.he
hospitable i-r:idrcnc Of C S Wi!531
and his char-ding s'i~ter Miss Bessie
on Monday, were ver, mnuch entertain-
ed and int.ere,leo1d by ltho evening's
programtme. Lo\ely on1. et've MIng
by t'1c nillterttlS sweet bii els llIOllU
Our citizens id -cvcral in,,truien-
tal .-ehcetioh i' ch.tirniied thle cars oft' tll
genuineI lovers ,o'nmusicanlong the iul-
t,,ired and apprecial iv.' inidien.'e.
M!&-,- (;r;e M.miin. Mi,,S- Diie li:N Tmk-
er mid Mrs ElotI Hope gv-e stne lime
recitation s i;rd .miss ALId I lmlin., r'e.::-
tIed tile Invcnitir- Wire, ill hr u-11+l
in n itable sl .\.-. -\ m r .ii Iin ir ly r,-
tnarked in lIi.. I-h;t.;int, little .-l".' ch
"O ur t',iV, I w e." s,; 1_ d ihi, l.'licili? i
lady 1 ; 1 t 1,,' rn tit e fr Iir .l l;-;,O S
" i 0 1 our 1nii t,";iid \\c trt!-l it -l 1 l .-_
us, it W ill I,_, d' Vl f11it' a hiI, t. I itIO t,,
r turn to ius ill tile l'allf \%ith rt_'newet
hietltl~a an. .nier'..

A.llieil-ion u ^'thoot Ira I!'Ol
The patrons .,f lo rc(,, ille distr'iet
s hol,,, ar in~itel to; rine't, ill ith<
Conrt House -,in tatnirday at iI o'clock
ni August .-sl s 1 1 14- 1 eil.t, tm<
teach lers l'<.'r tihe engtirng el ,lasvti-
ye Iear. f'lA'li E. S.XON.
Supcr% ki-'ur.
.J u ly 1 7 lh i :. '..l t

ltrigluitii! .' "@'"~:-
niagnilh-,,nt l, pnnish .Jack. i,_m
'rt adv tLx ier .1ie I)nmited nunuber <,(
n arivs. HBrfiir<.,;tl is ij~is pirIium
- S3earsold, -\itlli">t ftault (,r blhlcn ish
fourteen hand. liih.l. l vi.ght. al,,,n
.si.H) ponds, in e,,h ri lhl'ck. h iir short
slick audl very vHie. Itl di-i,-sii,,n ex
ceeedingly kind and genllh. ],'irtIuver:
(nil stock menol raise yor onjV llls
Fee, $*0.-0
L \p'lv\ it) pr-,n or hitter. to n\\(.-er
, GIL(.1'. LA^o .. ...,[... liouks'll,, Fla

tit... aT .... ONE OF.


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New Lawn and Parlor Gamo

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typeof itk:-lAL nid .M -1. ,!, W-1- L1'J.MPlNT.
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Brass arnd PpoLer Shells,-Shot, Powder,
CGps, Cartridgcs, Fishing Tackle

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That +8 to 'v' tlt, e''e low n ; and1 .:the da-p" -tm'v .ir with ole ible
ro t t :..' l,. m ov. e litd, t i, the aunolft s till unpaid l 1;1
told t ae do.wna.seitherT t1t tis neyr -- -- "
.ol be safer, per..aps, ir doubtul,was only abut 90,000 francs.
V a lilts th: 11 'l l ll] l til Oast"iS I.V \'a ults. go ., ,. .,1... ,
v iilts t t' ,,t. nr i> s. they nameC t i.ln-lv.el _t);nh.s bf de- to l- I. t t..,1'.. ;,Ic s ?
po a n d t h e D i. ..-:e' .1t'cr O m n s t r a p a pe- r t o ih i 1< *hi . r 6 : : "n-c .
.io ,t l i. ... a%- $60,600,000. th an sef' ,i *' t .1 ,
Tho banks of cOtil.i) loa ,,d .out thisqi .- ^ ^ w ... .i
-oney to --.- ..7-% --, ,.cVt t. b"lig+ed to- V`11. The o pii ,r;ti|" or the ten or. more
borrow at a(.ftv h 144 ra oPx interest, disoot o,+os opened in tho de-art-
b t lt th ,e y. n f \'vo r a l ,l t- e g .o \'e r-.nLq e ijt ,Ya y d +- ....n d n h e e p r t
"u t nv.-.r : t o n -.. a ; ^ tireuot carefully reported.
iiittc.r,-t.. .+: .
'l'.-.e I~r,r,.'ii[Ri-^^liliea'i :tdmthistra- The Death of Ssellon.i5s1..
tion didth.-ll.,i:te thiling for the banks, The great reform'movement has had
only there was 1.,,t 16ite .- much money for one of its' aims the* aniiit; 0.
,)n hart,1 "n.1 :it c,,u~ld o'y h'u twenty sectionaism and sectioni !AWejtjiq.. ]Itf
millions-:, of .,l:lbrs., Th-,n a" -lhion do1- 1a ahu..t .*wqinriNt s oho, and
lar'" coir,,.r;e (-ile'nalong antd cleaned np .o ^a "it't timo in a third of a
;iw_,f 'vL,-al1Y.- That congress f,,r-'ol ontury this id a Uuited- country in fact
the ohligati,,j..wf ell as-,6 tin~rt and ^ wl a i name.T people fromthe
speunt ni', r-in.l ,rir'l fr..) ml miouey different sections are wanting to oex-
Lhat lhe t:h.firy "ll>iia,.; wr,3r- soon .,.mns ideas and views ad1 come tq-
forced to thcn.,l','l'-, ihat there would ,ether in one-great fraternal ity o
not b.?no-.'., o:, i,.,n..- to redeem fifty the preservatioy (r.- ibertfy'nnd benef--
M~illi-A4of or.lla ryof 4-1 p-r cent. bonds,,' A,.t -Hi'ntlcts 'Application*
which \,-);,.lA f dilti during thll'i ;+W. an.d requests are being received and are
The buttilv-, 1l.tJ ;'" ro bofndi aed they u the national president's office,
waited awhile t,,l iAwhalt thie tre.Asury rom western -an northern, states fopI
,dpi;;rtm:.?t w,,d ,.do. southern s-peakers to be seit a., .qn& them,
Thatr de'-,rnirmt didn't kno wliWht to and. from th. putL for speakers from
do, anid ith l,:,.-A ;a ,. chief wef t t.) th) t aoa their n orther anid western breth-
bannk a ;iil a--,1 tlh.'ir a.,vice. They, e "
told hiui to tvxtl C tie b,,:idis at a lower *cordial handshakes and glorious wof
rateoF i:ntereT t4-.iN-; a'),>ut 11 or 2. p.r w t .e
- .. Comes are awaiting tlhe Wzkn-w~ha i~ll
cent. T;"ihi, ti- 4 l l. sOolnl 1'OiO isoon be ogoi-" from.one section to, 4n
n ; : d 'I> I-3 -a h., an <'" ,' er t h 0 v e rify th e u n i ty 9 f th e, p eopl e
ni~i.-r~ Ii -m ,!.i. 1 t l't .",,.... ; .,- ihch, it WS *declared by the A liane.
,1.1.1h .(A .. iI I h II a l f ,f t ih e
tre y."."1' "o. ;cl-'l to i^6ud prevail in .th broa4 an, a4
trea.,k'y d par(-;."at ,t: c.:,claleJ to this -greHt unitivl'of the people is being
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N ortqc, is ,'reb given, tliaL
(.he |oi ho.\ in g-a.teI ;ettle r lIm'
[ilpti aotioe ul' lbisintention to maku
final proof in su pl-ol,,of his. chim
andl that said prurt'wil hi' made be-
t'ore FuANKc E. S.\.O', Clerk of Oir-
'cutCourt at PBr,*ok.;ill.:, I.TJda, 0:o
SEPTEMBEIl, iSI', vj, viz:
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11. E. No. 14652 for tiv' WI of, N wi and
Fractional S\Ni' Sec.'31, T'p, 22- S- of
R'ge 19 E. I
lie nanlme the hi llohing witnesses to]
pro'vu hi.ii roltinuuml reshdumve ujponij
and cifitia'.ion ow ai4:d LIt i, viz: ,
A.MoodyT'ifiu-m',s. .1,",'. ScriveT,1. I
W. M ,nmosih and J :l l', L,.v, tli o f,
Brooksville, rla, "
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iMbophate Bads of our. Southern Stat
While, however, it is a very go<
thing to find abundant phosphate mine
such minde are of little value withoe
the necessary capital fur theb exploit
tion. This capital not being forthcor
ing in the south, it haa followed tiatot
great northern capatalists and banke
"have been lately much, attracted by tl
tempting offers to share in the benefit
th'oe e discovery. Expert chemists at
miniing engineers have, therefore, ha
plenty of work in the "Land of Flowers
and, my 16wn- examinations as one c
ae have extended during the last t w
years over every county on the Gulf <
Mexico, from Tallhbassee down to Punt

NO ne of the first difficulties I encoun
ered was the fact that up to 'date w
have no record of a', systematic or co'
rect geological or topowraphical surve
of the state. It will, cohsequently, b
W.Cpterest to remark that, in its topl
"viphieal aspect, Florida is lowlying an
jMnly undulating, the highest poir
..bemignot more that 250 fret, and tl
SSv~rage about 80 feet above sea level.
The elevated points or ridges are con
posed entirely of sand, and are cover
wt* 6 very luxuriant growth of ta
i.es. The depressions or valleys, es
Bicially when situated .1ong the coa-t
'"re composel, of a mixture of calcareou
v aJ' aW nd, from which outcrop, a
i# lar and frequent intervals, larg
Ad^emalI bowlders of' limestone, sand
Amiies and phosphate rock. These vaJ
Oys arbekincipally known in the coran
try as "hammock land," and are said t
be very fertile., When uncultivated
however, they are covered with a denbe
wild growth of vegetation, character
istic of the swamp. With the ciimati
1'-conditions I shall make no attempt t(
deal, for they are too widely known, bu
of the geological aspect 1 may say tha
he entire slate appears to be underlaid
at gratlyvarying depths, with uppe
Eocene limestone rock, and I am there
fore of the opinion that the first emei
gence cf Florida must be dated front
that period.
During the succeeding Miocene sFub
mergence there was deposited upon these
Sr#%mestones, more especially in lhe crackE
or figures resulting trom their drying
up, a soft, finely disintegrated calcar
eons'sediment or mud.
The gradual evaportion of athese Mio
cen, waters brought about the form
tioe, principally in the neighborhood o
the rock cavities and fissures, of largc
and small estuaries. These EstuarieF
were replete, swarming with life and
vegetable mAtter-fish, mollusks, r(-p
tiles, and marine plants. They were
besides, heavily charged with gases acr
acids, and their continuous concentra-
tion ultimately induced a multiplicity
of readily conceivable process of decoul
position and final metamorphism.
In the estuaries and banks thus formed
.," by the deposition and evaporation, or
subsidence, of the -i( cene keas we shal
-- fiad-re-rigWi of our phosphate of limen
and, disregarding all other hypotheses, I
eqnsider that we are practically cont, e.
plating: '1. A foundation of Upper Eo
cene limestone rocks very much cracked
up and fissured, the cracks having a gen-
eral trend N. E. and S. W. 2. Irregular
beds, pockets, or banks of Blioceue de-
posits, dried and hardened by exposure,
and alleinately ralcar(oup, sedy
4.lnikrly; generally phospphatic, and some-
8hS^se entirely made up of decomposed
.p organic debris, the phosphoric acid being
combined with various bases (limCU, mag-
nesia, iron, alumina, etc.)
After the disappearance of the Mio-
cene sea, there came some gigantic dis-
turbances of the stratta. There were
upheavals and depressior.S. ,The under
laying limestones were probably again
split up, and the MioceneL deposit was
broken and hurled rom the surface into
T yawning gaps, and from one fissure to
Now came the Pliocene perle.is or end
of Tertiary, and then the seas of Quat-
ernary age with their deposits and drifts
of shells, sands, clays, marls, bo lIlers
and other transported materials, and the
accompanying alternate or concurrent
influences of coled, heat and pressure.
Taking the whole of these pitn'mnoa~h
orcadl into considerattion, it. must Lie

concluded that those portions of the
.\ phosphatic Miocene crust which did not
fall into permanent limestone fissures or
cavehiis at the time of the disturbance of
the strata became at length very thor-
oughly broken up and disintegrated.
They-Were rolled about and intermixed
with sand, clay and marls, and were de-
.. posited wit them in various mounds or
depresgioft, in. conformity with the
violence of the waters, or with the un-
even structure of the surface to which
they were transported.
Occasionally this drifting mass found,
its way into very low-lying portions of
the country, say into those regions where
cosderable 'depression was brought
about by the sinking and settling of the
recently desturbed mass. 'At other times
it was rolled to and deposited on slight-
,,,!y highs! points. In the first of these
pasem we find a vast ant complete ag-
glpm eration,'comparable to an immense
ioket, of broken-up phosphate rock,
^"'fidelye divided phosphate debris, sands,
f cl]ya and marls, all heterogeneously
y. m ed min together. In the second case,
4 S'^ we find the phosphate in large bowlders,
O simes weighing several tons and
A."mixed with but .relatively small
a of any foreign substances.
'g these facts, I form the
pinionthat the feature in the Florida
deposits of lIhosphate'to be most partic-
.iularly'bronht out is that the formation
omd& ementiaily of! l.Original pockets
a the limestone filled with
,'lid.and soft rock phbpphates and deb-
: -Irim. 2. Mounds or benches, rolled up on
't elevated points, aqd chiefly consist-
of b.lctholdgrs Of phoslha rock.
9 'Drf rAAiftnlegratedl rock, .ovorlvg
-14 P.e1 areas, chiefly in Polk and De-
,. Soto -counties, and underlaying Peace
*.iUiver and its tributaries.
t 3

NEWNANSVILLE, FLA., June 5:, 1861.
Messrs. Lippman Bros, Savannah, /a
D"ea_ Sirs:-I wish to give my testi-
monial in regard to- your valuable med-
icine, P. P, P., for the cure of Rheum-
atism, Neuralgia, Dyspepsia, Bilious-
ness, etc.
In 1868, I was attacked with Bilious
Muscular Rhepmatism and have been a
martyr to it ever since. I tried all the
medicines I ever heard of, all the doctors
in reach, butI found only temporary
relief; the, pais were so bad at times
that I did not 'care whether I lived or
died. My digestion became so impaired
that everything I ate disagreed with
me. My wife also suffered so intensely
with dyspepsia that her life was a bur-
den to her, she would be confined to her
bed for weeklk at a time, she also suf-
sered greatly fr >m giddiness and loss of
Some time in March I was advised to
ake P. P. P., and before we (my wife
und I) had finished the second 'bottle of
P. P. P., our digestion began to improve.
My pains subsided so much that I have
been able to work and am feeling like
doing that which I haven't done before
in a number of years. We will continue
taking P. P. P., until we are entirely
,cured, and will cheerfully recommend it
to all suffering humanity
Yours very respectfully,
jel6-tf S. 8. DUPMSS.
How I Was Cured of So- Called Cancer.
DEAR SIR--This is to certify that I
was a sufferer with a place on my un-
derlip for fourteen years, and was under
treatment of different physicians, but
they done me no good. I had lost hope
of being cured by medical treatment. I
then went to a doctor living in Florida,
who treated them by art.. After going
to him ft got well, apparently, but re-
turned as bad as ever, I then concluded
to try P. P. P. (Prickly Ash, Poke Root
and Potassium), and after taking five
bottles (pint size) was cured. I also find
it a good medicine to give a good appe-
tite and to give proper digestion.
Yours, most truly,
The women praise P. P. P. for Scrof-
ula, General Weakness and Nervousness,
Indigestion, Rheumatism, and female
-complaints., Try the great and powerful
14- P. P. and then recommend it to your
neighbors, and you will know you have
done a good deed.

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furnished promptly at any time and a reasonable rate.


I wish to announce that since 1865 1 have endeavored to obtain and place b
my stock of drugs, a medicine, that will effectually eradicate malarial poisons from
the system, that I now have the remedy in,



-If you have a tired and languid feeling, I advise you to buy a bottle of this
medicine at once, you will never regret your aption. ,If you cannot obtain it from
your dealer send direct to me.. Price, One Dollar per bottle.-: ,.

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Add, Florida,
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|l PP'- BRO3.,SAVAf4f4At.GA..L
6 OLC AGO"- IN Tr"M V.. 5'aa



ITS USES AND C ER-. clentifically
treated by an au st'ofworld wi e reputation
Deafness eradieated and entirely cured of from
20 to 80 years standing after all other treat-
ments have failed. How the difficult ais
reabhedand the cause removed, fully explain-
ed in circulars, with testimonials and affidavit
of cures from prominent people mailed from
R. C. FONTAINBR 84 West14th St. N Y.

At the present time the work of explo.
ration or. prospecting may be said to
have extended all over the state in each
of these varieties of the formation.
Actual exploitation on the iarge scale by
regular mining and hydrauhc methods
ihs been commenced at various points
and a very careful study of these Work-
lags has confirmed me in the theories I
have just formulated.
In one of the minee, in Marion county,
for example, there is an immense de-
posit of phosphatic material, proved, by
actual experimental work, to extend
over an area of several acres. It has
shown itself to be a combination of the
"original pocket" -and ,the "mound"
formation, and the superincumbent ma-
terial, principally sands and marls, has
an average depth of about ten feet. T h
phosphate immediately underlies it
,sometimes in the' form of enormous
:bowlders of haid,.rock, cemented to-
1gether with clay, sometimes in that of a
,white, plastic, or friable substance re-
*sembling kaolin, and probably produced
by the natural disintegration of the
hard ro.k by rolling, attrition or concus-
sion. The actual thickness of the entire
bed is still somewhat uncertain, but the
depth of the quarries is not more than
50 feet. and yet a little over two' acres
of theland have already yielded more
4than. 20,000 tons ofgood- ore, without
'signs of exhaustion,
Directly outside the limits of these
quarries the "pcckety" and "mound"
formation seems to abruptly terminate,
and the deposit assumes, over a wide
area, the fotm of an.unimportant drift,
which sometimes crops out at the sur-
face, and v which has been followed
all directions over the immediate vicini-
ty without leading to another pocket of
similar value. *
Identical geological phenomena being
prevalent in nearly every section of the
country, I consider myself warranted
in declarirg that the Florida phosphates
of high grade occur in beds of an essen-"
tiAlly pocket, extremely capricious, un-
even, and deceptive nature.
Sometimes the pockets will develop
into enormous quarries, and will proba-
yiel& fabulous quantities of various
merchantable qualities. At other times
they will be entirely superficial, or will
contain the phosphate in such a mixed
coLdition as to render profitable ex-

-4nis capnciousness or uncertainty
will be somewhat less in the case of the
"pebble" or drift. deposits, since they
haye been proved to exist at/various
depths and in varj ing thicknesses, with
comparative regularity over a very ex-
tensive arca.'
The actual chief working center for
Wtis variety jsMPeace River, which rises
'-in the high lake lands of Polk county
anu.Lows rapidly southward into the
Yulf ,f i I xco. Its course is extremely
irregular, and its bottom is a succession
of Hallows and dtep basins.,
Lake Tsala Apopka and Chillico-
hatchee, and Paines and Whidden creeks
are its chief tributaries and the main
sources of its phosphate deposits; the peb-
bles being washed out from their banks
hnd borne along theif be.ds by the torren-
tial summer rains.


















a number o( changes made in sections
3 and 4. .
Major Russell nominated W. B.
I Clarkson for trustee, but as the resig-
nation of Judge Baker wastnot yet re-
ceived no action was taken.
The New Atlanta raper.
A special to the Macon Telegraph from
Atlanta, under date of the 16ldi, says:
. Here is a newspaper sensation. Sam
Small has accepted the position of man-
aging editor of the rew afternoon pa-
per. the Herald, the first-issue of which
will appear Saturday. To-night Josiah,
Carte:-, late managing editor of the
Journal and the best newspaper man in
the South; takes the position as news
editor. This insures Atlanta having a
first-class new afternoon paper.
There is a prospect ahead of the liveli-
est newspaper fight Atlanta has had
.since Henry Grady's Herald and Hemp-
hill's Constitution locked horns. The
press of the new paper is in readiness,
the salutatory is in type and the force is
tjhoroughly organized .
A. T. Clark, of Atlanta, editor of the
Southern, Congregationalist, S. Paul
Brown, 0. L. Kelly, Mrs. D. Hodges,
Montgomery M. Folsom, all of -Atlanta,
and W. 0. Gross, late of Carrollton,
compose the editorial and local staff.
It would be impossible to find a strong-
er newspaper combination than Sam
Small and Joe Carter. The Rev. Sam is
a born newspaper man, a trained jour-
nalist, and not~to discred it his profession
of religion, in his natural sphere as no-
where else. -His I"'Old Si" articles, well
remembered by readers of his old Sunday
Gazette and the Constitution, will be
made a special feature of the new paper
and his sparkle and dash go too.
Joe Carter is the balance wheel of the
concern, 6f'nd his connection with it gives
the paper a solidity which nobody else
could contribute.

Orange Orovesi
Fruit, truck and lands for sale or ex-
ohange. Send for'a copy of the Flori-
da Home Jour nal,
Vi. ROUMKLY Keaka, Ffa

The Lame Walk.
Pitiful indeed is thecondition of those
who are confined to their beds or chairs
unable to walk. How grateful all such
must feel when they recover from their
helplessness. B. B. B. (Botanic Blood
Balm) has made more than one lame per-,
son happy.
Mrs. Emma Griffitha, Unitia, Tenn.,
waites: I'My little boy had scrofula so"
had his knees were drawn up and his
knees stiff, and he could not walk. He
derived.no benefit from Tmedicines until

-I tried"B. B. B. After using it a short
time only, he can walk and has no "pain.
I shall continue its use."
Mattie M. Tanner Boonville, Ind.,
writes: "I had blood poison from birth,
Knots on my limbs were as large as hen's,
eggs. Doctors said I. would be a cripple,
but B. B. B. has cured me sound and
well. I shall ever praise the day the,
man who invented Blood Balm was

phosphate from Polk county drift leds
washed, and screened.



DePass is Not Guilty, but He Is Not an E3
pert Buslness Man by i Large Maj rit
-Director DePass,Objects to the ThIr
and Fourth Sections of the Charge.
TALLAHMfSEB, July 20.-At the lat
session of the State Legislature a corn
mittee was appointed to visit and exam
ine the Agricultural College and Expel
mental Station at Lake City. The;
made a report of their action on th,
4th of June, in which appears the tol
lowing sentence: "Much complaint tb
your committee has been made against
the director of the'station, and w,
therefore recommend to the board o
trustees that they make a thorougl
investigation of the acts and doings o,
the director in the.management of th(
station and publish to the world th(
result of their findings."
Recognizing the right of the people
through. their representatives in th<
Legislature, to inquire into the man.
ner in which the appropriation by th(
United Sates Government for the pur
pose of agricultural experimentation
has been expended, in compliance(
with the above recommendations, th(
trustees of the Agricultural College,
vwho have also the government of th(
experimental station, met in Lake City
on the 30th day of June and proceeded
to "make a thorough investigation 61
the acts and doings of the director in
the management of the station." To
facilitate the work of investigation the
board deemed it to be right to call to
their assistance the Hon. R. F. Rogers,
-of the State Senate, and the Hon.I. J.
Brown, of the Assembly, who were
members of the committee whomade
the report referred to and who had
heard and preserved the evidence upon
which that report was based. These
gentlemen were requested to conduct
the examination of witnesses and to
bring before the board such facts as
may havoc come to their knowledge,
and to call such witnesses as they had
reason to believe possessed such infor-
mation, touching the conduct of the
-director in his management of the sta-
tion, and the board is impressed that
these gentlemen performed the duty
requested from them free of any parti-
san spirit, and with the sole purpose
of reaching the truth, intelligently and
The examination lasted througL
four days at Lake City, when the
board adjourned to meet in Tallahas-
see on the 16th inst. to conclude the
'evidence and to receive the statement
of the director in explanation and re-
buttal of certain charges arising out of
the evidence submitted. The whole
was concluded on the said 16th inst.,
and the board proceeded to consider
the same; and after due deliberation
reached the following'conelusions :
1. -That the evidence, when consid-
ered as a whole, does not show any
"acts or doings" on the part of the di-
rector which can be construed into a
criminal intent.
2. That it does not appear that the
management of the farm work and ex-
periments generally at the station
have been inefficient, or that they have
been without good effect.
3. That the director has shown a
want of business system in keeping
the accounts of the station, in that he
has lnixed up his personal accounts "as
to freight hills" with that of~his station
accounts, leaving the matter to be ad-
justed in his annual financial state-
ment,, and that he failed to enter into
his book account witt the station
amounts received from the sale of fire-
wood and cotton, service of stallion,
and for analysis by the chemist, and
the purpose to < which the same was
applied ; though the funds from these
sources appear to have been used for.
station purposes.
4.- That they find it necessary to en-
force a more rigid and business-like
system of keeping accounts at the sta-
tion, and especially so that if anything
should be sold therefrom or any money
received from any source whatsoever,.
it should be turned into the treasury
of the\ station fund, at the time re-
eeived, and' every expenditure shall be

accompanied with a voucher showing
the exact purpose of such expendi-
I certify that the above is a correct
copy of the original finding of the
board of trustees.
L B. WOMBWELL, Secretary.
It is understood that the report was
unanimously agreed to by the board.
Director DePass- is not very well
pleased withthe third and fourth sec-
tions and says they ought not to be
given to the public in that form. Im
mediately after the report was given
out he went before the board and used
his persuasive powers and succeeded
in getting them to insert "as to freight
bills" in the third section. A copy of
the report was given to the press with
the requestthat it be published in full,
also a copy to the director and to tBen-
ator Rogers,
The board then proceeded to trans-.
act business of the annual session. The
report of the director for the year was
received and appropriations made for
the ensuing year. It is not known'if
the: newly elected members will accept
At: 7:30 the board adjourned until 8'
)'cloek to-morrow morning. -
After the verdict in the DePass case
the reports of the president of the col
ege ai.d of the faculty were read.' .
Senator Rogers. appeared before the
>oard -and declared. himself as being
perfectly; satisfied:. with the. verdict.
The. matter -of -investigating the
charges against the president of the-
ollege was brought up, but Senator
Rogers did not deem the investigation
neeessary, as about the only charge
against him was that he was not a ma i
Af broad learning, no nothing was done :
n regard to this. When the director ,
appeared before the board he wished !

P It 0s-Oxides0of S i.- arbonic
-late ofIonand SiliCa &te$0cdl.
Lime allim'ia "a1Al

80.49 2.55 4.20 2.10

74.9J 4.19 9.25 1.90
65.15 9.20 5.47 4.27

61 2.90 14.20 4.60

67.25 3.00. 10.40 1'70

Bowlders (care-
fully selected,
120 samples)....
Bowlders an d
debris(137 sam-
ples) ...........
Soft white phos-
phate (148 sa-
Pebble 'f r o m
Peace R i ve r
(84 samples)...
Pebble ?f r o m
drift be d s,
Polk County,
(93 samples_..

I hav4 now written enough to show
that th -point of most importance in
'the working of Florida phosphates, es-
pecially~fof the land deposits, will be
the careful selection, by conscientious
and capable superintendents, of the
different qualities at the quarries.
There bring no present market for the
highest grade in this country, it will al
have to be shipped to Europe. The
rock will, therefore, require to be
crushed to a uniform size, to facilitate
sampling, and then well washed and
thoroughly dried, in order that all the
iron and alumina so indiscriminately
and unequally mixed up with it in the
form of clay may be practically elimi-
nated before shipment.
The maximum limit accepted by Eu-,
ropean buyers is 3 per cent., and noth-
ing but- experience in actual work,
daily guided and controlled by the re-
sults of chemical'analysis, can be relied
upon to keep the material within these
bounds- Even the most accomplished
expert who examines the beds for the
first time,and without a full knowledge
of the variability of their composition
ir. regard to this iron- and alumina,
would be sure to go wrong and commit
the most fatal blunders. There ean
be no doubt that Florida is the theater
of a big "boom," and that it is passing
through critical period of its history.
Fertilizer manufacturers from all over
the world are hurrying toward oits
sandy plains, in tue hope of acquiring
its phosphatic treasures. They find
these scattered in all directions, as well
in the rivers as in the lands, and so
embarrassingly variable in grade that
they are brought to a halt by the-q0es
tions: Where are .-the bonanzas" ?
How are they to be found ?
My own, opinion of her phosphate
mining, as will have been gathered
from my remarks, is that it will prove
extremely profitable to those who pur-
chase and work its fields with judg-
ment; but that it will certainly turn
out in the highest degree disastrous to
such as allow themselves to be led
awaylby excited first impressions. The
interior is still practically unsettled
and traveling is attended by the great-
est difficulties anid inconveniences. 9The
negro labor is far-from plentiful; there
are few wagon roads suitable for trans-
portation purposes; and the railroad
facilities aEre altogether inadequate,
the companies being ,poorly provided
with- fight ears. Under these circum-
stances, the natural difficulties ot im-
pediments to Florida phosphates are
at present rather discouraging, and, it
is only when these have been cleared
away, by the gradual development of
the State, that the' ores of all grades
will begix to cgme forward in large
Their average richness in pht sphoric
acid is, onlthe whole, very satisfactory,.
though soCnewhat less than we were
led to expiet by the first reports, anI
a large pioportion of the output will
compare avorably with mahy" other
phosphates extremely popular with
fertilizer nanufactulners. Although
more than a hundred companies have
Been aIre y formed, with an aggre-
gate capi l of some $30;000,000, only
200,000 top have yet been shipped
to Europen ports. The bulk of this
has. however, found a ready market a
good prices and it is quite certain that
'when speculation gives way to legiti-
Mate work. the constantly increasing
demand will~make of-Florida the larg-
est contributor to the world's supply.

An &other Party LOOmh UU.P
SABATOA, N. Y., July 20.--The first
rosiness before the National Temperance
convention this morning as the'read-
ng and discussion of au essay on "Con
titutional Prohibition" by A. M. Pow-
11, of New York. The essayist and each
speaker -who discussed his paper were
armestly in favor of prohibition by con-
titutional amendments. The side is-
ues. of "/local Option" and "high licenvse"'
ee characterized as makeshifts that
rere adlvocated by politicians and dis-
tillers trd brewers as tending to distract
hie temperance veice. The Napoleonic1
rincipie of-finding out where your en-- ]
mny waits for you "to strike and thenI
Sitting himl elsowhereand inhis Weakestt
o)int was applicable in this case. Con-
titutirnal proh ibition was asserted to be
n attack the enemies of temperance
lost dreaded and if the leading partiesI
'ere in favor of prohibitionjand against i:

s enforcement, and party caucuses are
o control add silence legislative voices, t
hen independent action must be taken t
y the temperance -nen that will corn- a
land attention. a
A distinct third party suggestion ran a
rough the whole line of the discussion r
;ith but on3 dissenting voice. The r
peakers were John Lloyd Thomas, Rev. t
[ugh Montgomery and Rev. D; Lawson,
f Massachusetts; Rev. Geo. H. Hicks,
H Bronson and Ueo. -W. Powell, of
ew York, and Mrs. Perkins, of New ]
ork. The same sentiment was further..
xpressedjn Ihe discussion of the essays
n the "Citizens' Protective League,"by
V. Jennings Demorest, of New York, b
Irs. Helen M. Gougar, of Indiana, 4fnd& P
ers. .]
The Lake City bank failure grows In 0,
terest and magnitude. ,Additional B
mounts against it are continually re,-
)rted at home and from outside. Theo n
abilities will doubtless reach $40,000 or 84
ore.-Tunes-Union. -
It said that the shaft of a century It
ant make an excellent razor strop, a;


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Dr. S. STRINGEIZ, Proprietor.

Has, and will continue to kai-p or, Land. a full and; eoinplite tmnek of dt:fe'I-"'
and Mediciues, Dolh Chlemical aud ProprietfrVr, atu i Viili l'."IJ the at'li. JE'O J~
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- Florida.

The exploitation of the pebbles is per-
formed by means of a 10-inch centrifu-
" gal suction pump placed upon a barge.
r The pipe of the pump, having been ad-
"Lusted by, ropes and pulleys, is plunged
-ahead from the deck into the water.
The mixture of, sand and phosphate
sucked up by it is brought into revolving
'screens Of varying degree s of fineness,
whence the sand is washed back into the,
river. The cleaned pebbles are dis-
charged into scows and floated down to
:the "works, 'where, after being dried
by. hot'air, they are once more screened
and are then ready for market. The
total cost of raising, washing, drying
screening and loading on the carl is one
do1ir and seventy.-five cents.
Four or five companies are actively

working on this plan, and several morf
are preparing to'enter the field.
The pebbles, when freed from impuri-
ties and dried, are of a dark blue color,
and are hard and smooth, varying in
siz,. from a rain of rice to' about one
im h in diameter. Their origin is proved
63 the microscope to he eut irely organic,
and. the3 aie it imattly mixed up with
i I I iones a nil tt et bhof numerous extinct
t-p" cit-s of fanimals, birds and fish,
Thl,- river deposits all proceed from
Ihe b-in!s of saud and debris to which I
hlave alludded to as -'drift," and which
aie :iluf.t(d oin The higher lands in Polk
,county. Lal..'eland and Bartow may be
Ii Ihen as the c> trr.:l points of the drifd-
out depofils, (,l0 peb-les being of the.
suame Eize, brt of a lighter color. They
are embeded in a matrix of sand and
claV, in v'Ihich they form the proportion
of about 20 per cent. in weight of the
mass. The thickness of the deposit is ex-
ceedingly uneven; in some places it
reaches 20 feet, while in others it dwin-
dles down to a few inches.
As would be expected in this specie of
formation, the chemical composition
Floi ida phosphate is far from regular
in some pieces perfectly white, in others
blue, yellow or brown, it is in many in-
stances practically fiee from iron and
alumina, while at others it is heavily
loaded with these commercially objec-
tionable constituents. A large propor-
tion of the land rock is very soft when
damp, but becomes so hard vihen dried
that it bas long bren used by the na-
tives, ignorant of its other values, as a
foundation or building stone.
The following averages are selected
with care fiora the results of several '
huudreds of 'complete .analyses made
either by myself or by my assistants in
Florida and New York. The samples in
every case were taken from the explora- I
tory'pits in all the different counties and i
marked before leaving the ground with
full details of their origin.
They have been classed as hard rock
phosphates, or cleaned, high-grade ma-
terial; bowlders and debris, or unse-
lectd material merely freed from dirt; L
soft %bite phosphate, in which-no bowl-
ders are found; pebble phosphate from
Peace river, as sent to market: pebble I



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