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The Tuskawilla news
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Title: The Tuskawilla news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Thompson & Ruhl
Place of Publication: Micanopy Fla
Creation Date: May 14, 1891
Frequency: weekly
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General Note: "Blow your own horn."
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The Government Forces Revolt on Retlrin
to CalIAma.
'CALLAO, May 8.-It is stated tha
the Government forces on retiring t(
Callama revolted and that the officer
fled toward Bolivia. Cable communi
cation with the south being interrupt
ed it is only occasionally that news car
be obtained.
The English steamer Pueno arrived
here this morning. When she left Val
paraiso, March.2i,-the rebels occupied<
Antofagasta. The division command
ed by (en. Irrigo- had retired on Cal
lam after destroying the railroad. The
carried away everything which coul
be serviceable to the enemy.
It is presumed Col; Camus, with hie
force, marched toward Arica, although
another report states that he went to
Antofagasta. Wherever theseF men
7!%b o h ItL'a *+.a rk.


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THOM'IPSON &. RUHL, Publishers. BL.ow Y"OUR ;WN HORN. One Dollar a Year in Advance

Volume 1. --, Micanopy, Fla., Thursday,1May 14, 1891. Number 20.


Honse of Florida


VISITED BY A TORNADO. Ocala Advertisements.
g A Church Litted by the Wind nnd Dropped --... .. .............. ...
Into the Street.
Lt CINCINNATI, Mbay 8.-A PaduCah, Ky, '
o special says that between 5 and 6 o clock -..
s .ast evening a hurricane wikh heavy. -
i- rain and hail swept that town from the ( .
nv est. The funnel shaped cloud charac-
Steristic of the tornados was present. In
a few minutes the streets were rivers of
Sweater. The first work of destruction
l- by the tornado was. the 'nnroofing of ttie
d Newport News and SMissisippii -Valley 0 0^ ^ii ^iii^^ y *"
- railroad' freight depot. i1r p el la e
- The roof of the colored people's Z`5 v[1 e r-P ated are.
y school house was torn off as was OE-TICAL -GOODS. GOLD PENS4
d also that of the freight office of the Pa- All kinds of work dune in the best manner. Alp
.ducah, Tennessee and Alabama railroad. FR ED G. B. WEIHE, OcI FlTa ISB
The Third Street Methodist church aa, t-lnal 1
s was picked up and dropped iuto the .....--- .- -
Smiddle of the street, a confused mass of
D debris. It had just been built. Several I-
nils were more or'less damaged.
iisteamer Clyde was blown with
At s e_ a-a-risra ion-lgra o sink the -.
t barge. One hundred buildings were -
.either totally wrecked or moved from 1W .o..-
- their foundations or unroofed. Mr-. O O --l

From~~~~. .uc -,orna.o a. lias .... BF C RS :'
8 Benry .iae aors ard h(r thra e chijrilr, 4y A_ '
were lI adly cut ly fying o glaotss and ( e '
bri on raird slht ret, ju r l.. o ... ai i -
St reet a er ri re wv e a t e n rt, .-urr ,eI d,-] .. ,
and the dlave- nten.l tl e WttoCraph Pain t.,
poles a.nd % was te gr,,r il oat no z "
conmuni ation t'atul. l e ii- with -he -,10,U.
r.est of tho world till. I,,'clor k hii ve- I.
ning. The stori Ilas te, till mi-lnight. ,.'

__ idcat '. .lgh W if._.rc to,- '* "' .- -- -
What d lavh.win jo U ||me .4 .4rtcut ural ,' ', ''
+ "] v,| e r.r. '', ,-' '
ATrLNTA. May ,.-T-lPhe A ,I-;eul Pu'ral [GAI
Department is in receipt of a lar'e.
tnumbser of e'o p bulletin, p rohal ly 175,
from all porlion-,( of thi Statfe, but the,
gene rliavrght. ve ina.t yet leen cast JOHN W.
1le estimates, which weillnot he forth- 1- ..
conLug till all the return. .re in. Those
nrot yet forwarded atre expeted in a TH e 'p.. -C-e
few dayS, when the fir e icr.p report of I .
the seavtn will be tabulatedO. ..R.,.
Frorn such information as has been A0hrie a l I E C 2 0. -
received.itappears that, as o ared JNO F. DUNN, Pre Ct.l H. C. WRIGHT, -Prs; R. B. McCONN 8I.Cashier B Ca
with last. year, the planting, of cotton -|.0
hows a sliit decreae n and that of Capital paid in -- $100000 ur
corn an increase. The weather seemI-pi" Does ex
to have delayed the pl.antin., of cotton Autllorized capital 250,00 ntheState
about tenRlays In, the D ng. off is Surplus 1 Inte
attributed to that.,ur l uly
The latest reportsof Southeast Geor- Individuals
ina indiatraltraineha beg,.en J, ctto -sccunts of | lerchant, Farmers,| | --Rand |" J0iv ollte '
gia indicate a slight 4,eif. cotto K- 4W mLLn
anted with a slight of cor n. H asl e .'r _i v Cu
.... :arler reports v R s ee, a in Florid-.6_ b&e --~-th, 189.0.

In sNorthi ueao ihe planting
Of totton is .r elp)re ly under and T EB F ,H L A 1 N
of corn slightly over last year's figu1.res.
In I no hllu.. i,-
East Georgia returnsshow both croo TBs t. .L ..
to have been planted about as last or Ocala. Florida.
year. -In other words the reports ftrom .-
t~his section indicate an average of 100 Loans-money on improved Real Estate. Money al:-
per cent. for both cotton and corn. ways on hand. N delay or unnecesay expense Carries
In Southwest Get rgia a little more y eA
corn and a little iE, cotton has been Auti orizedO Capital 200,000.00
planted. Paid u Capital O OO Bu1r a
For MiddJe (eorgi there isreporteds 6,08 O .0o
a slight decrease in et ton and asharp SURPLUS, 6, 500
Increase w n corn.ef 1859.,
Not Incorporated Un.t
EVERY TRAINS HELD UP.- ,. .h 'Thhelin
A Ciaterpllatr's Siory Fresh From North I perlT
oCma rolina. a
(s-1hLOTTrE, N. C., May a.--The Par- -
ohna Central trainmen have been hav- '.a
ing a peculiar experience with cater- T
pillars for four or five d ays past, and -- -- T-
is something unheard of in the railroad en .,,'iJ' G l J ljgU A .. I, D ,--.
history of this state.
Just east of Lumberton is what is I
"known as "Big Swamp," and the rail---
rodg es hroug it ou testne .ok ---:: t """" ' H A .

-PLas Tuesday an army of caterpillars "
began moving out of the swamp, an1d t] It, 3 .
when they reached the streams over I.%.,_
which the trestles carry the rails, they"! "- .- 11

Scross the trestles. "The rails and ti-s
were covered inches deep with a movin A '.i
mars. and the first train that encount- f-.. ; P ._ ,.-v...
ered them was brought to a dead stand- __
- sti', the riv-n whel" of the engine p l q 1t
thr lppi ru ndhay o ifedri, a beP i

S The engineer exhausted the contents of E Sup
e his sand box before he got through the LEGITIMATE BANKING. UP
t swamp and reached a clear "stretch of .IB ITO
e tUack. Has the Largest Surplus, Largest Line of Deposits, and does the largest bust
- IT STILL OES ON. less of any Bank in Marion County. We solicit your bank account and all bust
d It was thought that the trip would be ness in our line and guarantee satisfaction. a
e the Obd of the caterpillar trouble, but
e the very next day the train encountered ,, -- ---- .
another army ol caterpillars crossing the
trestle, and had thie same difficulty. AAM! n-w
SThe Charlotte bound pass enger train CALA NOVELTY WORKS !
re yesterday had a similar experience, and
a passenger saiysthe scene as something
at truly wonderful. Tbhe railsand crossti, s A L LT T ; 0 I
ie of the trestle were actually obsttred A -.... & C O
n- from sight by the masses of caterpillars.
ts and the ground and swamps on each Sucoesoa to Yn.e Bro*., & Co.) \
of side ofq.he track werelittered with the '
is mashtd fragment of millions of caterpil- M ,A NUI FA QTURE R S OF -
he laro from the wheels of the preceding wB
a trains, and from this mass an unendura n .or *ol B

w lars came from is unknown. _5 .4t Dors lollK 1o Ul 1I
Aer Te farmers on this side of the swamp
' expresao uneasinesstfor tha safety of Casings, Flooring, QCeiling, Turning. ,
isamtheir pritcrops so long as the advancing..W O0_ _K S SP T__Y
ary erissin using the trestle aAE it-3OO OL AW NGO A LIN SA. SEUL Y Y
of means of getting across the stream, for 0 Il
!~~ ~~ ~ AS eeg ^ lh:ho -" gents for.A eri ]a int a.~o nd FW w~s. f"'
n. none-of them have got more than haiftA ......... 0 .. .
al way cross before* a train would come ,mA,. ,U and Row Boats built .q order ..gM ptA M. k..i VC WlfiPRkft i I-pP
a lo n g a n d c o n v e rt th e m in to fertilize r. E' .. .. . E --- -r l "" -" S "

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transportation Tnd--being without
water and provisions.
The Condell and Lynch were at Val
paraiso at the Government's orders
and the Imperial had been cleaned in
Sthe dock. The last named had arrived
at Valparaiso thenightthe Puero.lef
Six thousand men have been reviewed
in Valparaiso and the number was
subsequently augmented. Thearrival
of the Pinto and ErrazurrL, was an.-
iously awaited.
Gen. Banquedano is now s.en on t he
streets and no oe troubles Vill.
Valparaiso has been converted into
a castle. Many of the guns captured
in Callaoduringthe last war have been
'hre, companies of the Quillota reg-
iment revolted at Quillota. The revolt
was suppressed and thle leaders shot.
After t he fight at Pozo Monte various
troops-became disorderly and sacked
the town. Shots were tired through
tle locks. Doorsthusopened, pillage
followed, and women and girls of ten-
der age were abused and some were
murdered. Once fired with drink, Just,
rapine and rioting commenced among
the mun. and soon the torch was ap-
plied,-and three blocks were destroyed,
while strife continued and the fall of
.men at the hauds of their comrades at
rapine was accompanied by the crash-
h ig fall of walls. Laborers from the
S nitrate fields took part in this work of
S destruction, and ea eized the ri-
fles and car ri iers who

..A.., -e t8<
!ATLANTA, May 8.-J.. L. Dunn has-
been identified as the man who is wan-
ted at Sedalia, Mo., for forging, and it
.now looks as if the companion of the
charming Miss Maurice, whose blonde
hair and suggestive reputation as a
metropolitan danseuse created such a
sensation here among the gay young
ihen, is in for a term in 'the peniten-
.'.' --' *

Tji- .i. morning, H. M. Waddel and J.
S Evans, agents for the Georgia Pa-
ifre respectively at Columbus and
W:.^ 3,est. Point, Miss., reached .his city,

lnid after lookingat waybills purport
/ :' being to have bean sIgned by them, pro-

.-; nounced the signatures forgeries.
,. They also called attention to the fact
that the waybills were dated March
2-1, which was Sunday, on which day
no cotton was shipped from their sta
Later, J. J. Kenrney, special agent
of the Missourl, Kansas and Texas
railroadlandP. Merriwether, cashici
*of the First National Bank of Sedalia
arrived. Merriwether described Dunn
to a nicety before entering the station
house, and when at last the man wat
brought before him, promptly ex
claimed that he was the party a who
b had victimized Vthe Sedalia bank to
tlhe tune of *5,250 by forging a way
bil.-for stock, which he pictured had
been shipped to Wood Bros, of ChiA
cago. In Sedalia Dunn operated undei
-A e o anhe 0aeof KT. Si bley.
An oinibius ticket was to-day dia
S covered in th prisoner's clothes, thi
"fdate stamped. upon which showed tha
Se as in that city. at the time tho
fraud said ti o hiave Sedn committed
Monday it wi50 be detegn ine<
'., whether Dunn is to be prosecuted her
sent to Memphis or resigned to th
-Missouri authorities. .

'- ^ The.followin ar h uch tallief o
r changes from an official source andji ar
".<"a.C. .Bent, formerly superintender
". of the Charlotte Harbor Division of th
^' Florida Southern, is made uperintel
'' 'dent" of the Indian River Division boay
4, f li .. .
*'. ~TrRnsor atin th prio oTh. th.
*.",.. made Assatant Superintendenth of th
.'i Charlotte Harbor Division-of the Florid
h..-' a iS Spencer, formerly Chief Trai
^-;:' Dispatcher of tbe J., T. & K. W. is no
:* Master of Traiyi, the office of Masti
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vi: ^ "_ pTcher.folwn t h uht!e
S.;.: ---chne fro -n oficalsuc n*,

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S They will-send delegates to the Nation
S-' 6nvntimon of Agents which mee
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"* SONVILLE. aeatlydone. 14yl -:
vS I',P ,I.Hill[iSI" .Makes a specialty of Society and ',a'r TT A .1r^ TTTTTr vr
+-C,.jl--.,,* .....Hotel Gossip, Latest talegraphie MjS HAMILTON v ;
and l9,cal news.- IThe cheapest paper, -S'A^' HAA1TJJU ilT
in the 'State', and best advertising --OF- ,;
... ," medium. By the year. $600; six EVINSTON, ,- FLORIDA, 0k
"T T W : A mo'-ths,$2.60; three months, $1.2Z. I to Inform the ladies
F L.. .J'_v J"L A .C1arter Russell, Props. She !L.Rap j 1
ruis and-Vegretabies WOOD, WOOD,, WOng,. and-

-A L .. .;-/ ,DELIVERED IN ANY PART OF nl!ng :- :.
k A I Ti V OR-^-,"O PROVED MANNiER. -.-
,SPEL 1ALTY I ** PRCS S: Satisfa tionfguaranteed. oivober: J :
'G -5Sf- O J. HeAOI. Call, or send your orders. .

Burns made day 0f iale. Con- W. D^H^. 'St. AUGUSTINE
!" "g" lclteda" +enci" sfu- cITY BARBER &JEWELER. ,, '.'
nished by,-' ...
-.s v .. Marble and-Stone .
D EME SO. .. ~Neat Work Guarinteed. M.- ^" .-.*.. -
Micanopy, Fla, e C mpay.- .,
:: __ ". ..IVANOPY. ; PFLORIDAX i +
GoTodwhRT on men s.:
,you m~~lr ot ,6e7= e as- much. but we caw .".,. ,
CITY BAKEiRY T u ma a *0019619
V A A/AAAM^*) aaj," I^Rfuch yu quickly Soes *** m, olf e ns/ ur/~ l *'
.- ' .... *-^** -* ttiKtrt,,Bro~r ,,><*,*-<- nd eaa. atnes a NpecTnimi Uuc| lo oefl:lmit ",- *..
i + 1. ".' .v '3afS ESESL<"' B~hte ,^ *(*o*. I un-,) "~r ... ..rDir*-*
f. Frs Brad Cake Pzs &o : J- e ... ou ti>,cr*"i-ll olf :._ .. I^-i :,, ur ~ +: i.+ +,

Kept always on hand. Famimes A'" I l-"MINU W e-al "n Retail
!~~~n Bt ee,, .. W oe.;l a d RealhV of "d ''

furnished at reduced prices. ]26 T Oc "a'm" ". dealer in. \
Loaf Bread TiCketse for $1.00 ROBERH MT.A 1^ H -D00R .BLIDS PAmT S,

1 r :^ -+.. --,Y-- : OILS, WALL- PAPER.
A& : d^2043m ERS' HARDWARE. ;-
f' ^^^ ^.y.'^o&^ Agent for the Celet rate~d Aeidil,'.
seot o* onare""g- "el.S : Paints. .
-- I Il th. Y m a n a do the ".rk! I" '. "
8 <.* thom*. w ^ ^'r Orders promptly attended to an;" 7-
O sw You eorrep ond e neg Icite
-.. + ;: ,, J@ ...' LMl dio. t Bic 3 < for -or' .tqr--.r .

K: ToHE] D ISON' ""

Lumber, Shngles, PALATKAFLA. : "

Laths, Sash, Doors, SolAfeut fr Duff3's"%3a Itand
.- .. -Catherwood's. '
Blinds, Etc., Etc., "ie
Commission Merchants, .', "is
181 Reade gt. Now YorK. M CANOPY, FtA, TH E FiNEST BLIARDPAR -"

G eo. W. Avery, Agent.,_ Satistaction guaranteed and cor- :LOR. AND BOWLING ALLEY
Evinston, l responded, solicited. iN +FLORIDA '
"i I -.,l^, Bowling Alley now- open--- ay -
/ 43000'^"SS^ and Night. .<1-
Ter in thrfrown1<>c~llUI<,hMe rr:7 rn al w Ani ;4 Was k *
Nion ofr elMl wb enBthat am ou. z F Um uUsbE THE CoITY
b u t one worker ftBeach s lcorcouy87 .nIt P OM P Y T Lv A ORID r T
h "is""y taught a nd povkied with ,pl ,-t a A E

'1 +: q+' M ~anna ory tm _SF"r ..
J 0. ALLEN. ES a, a, _nui .tip1> AI
ldTAB3. 18 +w i 1853. -U BD ovT IN "86 +

; THEXOL RELIABLE ie <& asfld
*~~~~~~ie MianyDrgSoe --HL SAidE-

MDi-nn GO~ 1SyiiT HEWYOK in.

AUnmK b WItA.tPROM~y
+__ ... APOT.CAR ------ _.___A: SPECWALTVyr
ESTABLISHED IN 1869. rags, Medicoes," Chemical =.o-:O:O:O.:0:-:':-"
Ptirita- Oils. TnifA' A rioi~aLnn~i .. .. .......

r Ir min^,-v- ao-4



At 11 o'clock a. m.+a* b ugle call "set
he :wild echos flying," and from out
ie thickness of the distant wood-
ad a solitary figure advanced; he
vayed a magic wand; tIV bugle
failed again and forth moved: a: long
roce'ssion, flower-covered, garland
decked, singing and strewing flowers,
ear, nnearer, tthey drew, till tlihe
cached thIxLU.tj of .1 large, carpeted,
eautifull deeoriTz._-tT--g-, ou whieh
'ore moss-draped -.SI,-divans,
tc. The procession separated form.
ng an alley, down which came th(
tueenipreeeeded- by -,:flower L bearers
3he, mounted the steps,, assisted b3
he "master of ceremonies,:.' Th(
procession closed in, followed, group
Dd themseLves about the stage -f
graceful and picturesque attitudes.=,
The manner in which the corona
tion and succeeding, ceremonies wer,
performed would have been credit
able to adults., Then followed a pro
gram prepared for /the plojasure'o
the fair queen.
The s8Bson's, Spring, personated b
Miss Augusta Evins (who wa# th
vtry, embodiment of tie froahnes
and beauty of spring), summer, b
that lovely little fairy,-Miss Alic
Rimonton, Autumn,. by Edwi
Reese, whose figure and noble feE
tures full of lofty purpose seemed ei
pecially fitted for that character, an
winter, by Stanhope Vinson, whoi
sturdy bearing and determined att
tude, meant fortitude and courage i
adversity. Each advanced and i
tu1r, proffered their fruits and spor
and pledged allegiance. .... ,
"Then a tournament among ti
To dpecide which should win tl
,To '*Iate with' the :fair Queen
On this the year's bright festal day
The lists were opened to all, at
h' .ecreas follows :
Lone Star; James!Means; Knight
Center Point; JohnU amble, Knig
of. Mcntosh'; Samuel Ditto, Knig
pf the^ G-1111VMAOrurBW^tl^, ^
Knight of the Silver Lance; Purd
Richardson, Knight of the Laughie
Eye; Paul Bateman,' K night .f6tl
Jest Mill. Lone tStar and Cent
Pointhaving tied among-those rM
ni~nK k^o ing ^he first four) it wi







decided to perlf teihem to run one-
tilt or till th, tiFvas.broken, which
resulted as folrows? Lone Star, 3
rings; Center Point, 1. Lone Star
was decfared, victor and called forth
by ,Master of Ceremonle. toreceive
the crown from the dainty hands of
the sweet youni queen. : The Golden
Arrow being declared victor, crown-
ed .Miss Maiggie Reese, the lady of
his choice, :-aa* _Queen of Love and
Beauty. The last four, knights
tilted for the last uamed privileges,
to crown the queen of love and beau-
ty. Mr. Favette Miller acted as
herald and scorer, Mr. G. S. Meaf.s
as page and Mr.Daigue as trumpet-
er. :
The tourney over, the fun waxed
high, Marches, jiapnees, the May-
pole of our great, great grand-fathers'
time Were danced. The program
having been exhausted, the Queen
dismissed her court and the flower-
bearers,, knights,_ maids of houor,
seasons,: queen, ,"king and audlpnep
all flocked to a feast fit for even Jupi-
ter Olympus. Tile leader, Master of
Ceremonies, Fraol; Ditto, looked and
acted as "to the .manor born," and
deserves high Hacomiums for the
successof the lbxacter.
r The -reho n Me"- ay, Miss Ella
, Richardson, aitLd whom centered
- the vital intqst of the entertain-
) ment, and who- was thus honored
a-bov-e all others by her mates, though
r small enough aliho'St for a veritable
e fairy queen, epvleil in dignity and
- address the dgflciency in, stature,;and
i right royally dIl4 she rule her -,happy
court. The maids" of honor were
L- Misses Olive Baiqpson and Dupisy.
e The inner man satisfied, fun reign-
" ed supreme, and,-amid laughter, lest
" games, etct, thle hours flew swiftly.
& A donkey tailing was among the fun-
producing f.atures. Two artists
y photographedothe various groups
e during the 4ay, and ice cream was
.is sold in the afterno:on for a charitable
,y purpose., '-__
e How unlile .the ordinary picnic
n and what a green spot will it be in
l" our memory. During the day there
s- were witty tittle talks by "Parson'
id H. H. Trumft o".. C. G. Latar an<
se Capt. W.tL. itto. The festival wa
i- a rousing s1ccess in the charge o
in Mrs. F.-S. St#tre.
ts ""^ ^"u~
tr' ." MILON F.LA.
This is to Tmrtify that I have been
he afflicted wltli seroftla, or blood poi
h n, for a number of years. The bes
physicians ot Mobile AtA' Ma city
of said nothing eoul&bd done for m(
'I also took aArge quantity of -, bu
r found no reile in anything that
nd took. My ,l^m ^were a mass 'c
ulcers,'and Vi .%, wass ent to P h^
-~ -:{t in^M':'.I entirebody wa
of -hbj, 4, and a "s' :
ht P.- 4-Prickly oke Root -nd po
ht, aymium) ^^^ y~gf00 T bottle!
u- al fnas-ze) 8 ez v res have entlrel
14e disappleared, ^oamy geneIral hipaltl
ug wa's never De. er than at the prcpen
6e time, and lp.'that know'me thin
Ar it a wonderful .ure.
as ,-epecttUy, "
ra W-6 ,. ILI "%L r- ofrt, Wk.

Have just received a. fine line- of
* samples for pants and spring
suits made to order. Pants
$3 00 to $8.00. Suits $13.00
to $35.00. wit guaran-
teed perfect.
Office Montgomery blocK," Roow
No. 1. Call and see ui; -.


~R E, E ~N

;*.D. E.THOMIP,4ON.-Editor.- i: pI& ac44:-1i '. s'l~. anci fr.6tor
., ~ 1 .. .. ;..... Y -,f N _.-. M. ,k king- .scout 3,;tL4 ,jto be saved, *A
^ re, isflc ffi-tflo "^^ ^ ^. ^ '
.. .. ... ... .. Now com es the greatest need in ne
; rBscuzrTlN r.-V\TE-* t.), year, -whwhich is most forcibly prese- T]
461.(K.: .six tnout 12, 60 'cents;..three ed to them, the uttertlack of any pos-
iuonths, 25 c..-uts. All'subscripti1us' sibie place of abode for this self-sac-
tlduo iu advaOcee rifleing man and -his.family. fo!
+ JOB PoINTIhO: Connect6e with Churches are built by the board of tu""
i. -the papo r Is a jb m i lete Ond we.lh extension; the mission can be sup- a
lI)Onpointe ])b pr'iminge t offlcc tm .n \ .... -r. t
with new type and p,'er.ges and comj- Ported by the conference; but who y
jpetent printor-, ?atiifactiou is ".i"s- shallprovidIhe h 'e.,su.-. The meagr lo,
sured all who may favor us witfh a a.alayfrlide retn, f vacant th
Alw'.kinS~ds fwr eett ho~eCu be fou nd, and the-ir time of-
with Ipromptuess and .cecuracy and'' Q:"'
at reawouable prices. i and tneaus forbids the erection of
ADVF.ITIS1G RAITES peonid upon even thbS most humble home, hene kil
locatloio in "the pap~eP .andI -1 be the work Is circumscribed and done. !
furnisifed upon application.. Ue t os disadvantageous h cir a h
/ e i '. -: *" umstances, W e,all know the. ,.al' h(
Thursday, Ma":lt, Miia."--'. of life's battle is won When a i c,nc '<
i .. .... .. 1 seeu red, and,; aswe feel the ser-" +
r Ii6TIITr COFE RENCE vants of God are our own arle e- not t!
I.. P., E .worse, than infidels if we provide t,
t" nvones at -the M. .E Chu not for our own?," This provision la
Covee t te ... h .... ^nur thl board of extension cannot make,
t. < Icauopy_,_ .,.; the conference cannot make. They w
The"' Oian'svie Disirletr Confer- now turn'to t .e Methodist.women c,
T.e ...ned 'inthe Chu.rc ani bseech help in this line. and pr
c e nh. ien were the tfue chrigtlan women di
South, of tMlcatopy, at0 a. m. Thurs- known to refuse to *tid in the cause n
day, May 7th, 191; Presiding Elder, ,4f their bplovedPl M4I1 ? NViththe -
C. L ey In :, .- chair, w ho open ed O hle aM is,4- Fbeln q th t,, re:
U l t e U l O c n l r w n t ~ a u ., 'I r I Y ,b a t t l e e r r h a s b e e n g o u l n d T e d a n l d t i l e b e
the conference as follows: souri is'rolliug ftoin State to State,
Singing andl prayer, followed by conference to conference, district to et
roll call by Seer etary C. W. White, district, and we hope soon towbe able
to which some -ort or forty-five to -, v fro mn attxiiry toauxilary, ID
.. ; and miay it never c eale til-l-the victory qx
preachers axtd lay delegates resl)ond- i-ewon and ev ery ehtlrch is provided 81
ed. The hours' of 1eetling antd ad- with a good, conmfortablyjfurnusted ^
":. journm ent were then fixed forl9a. m ho me forlher p hi; o,'. Thisiso ne-l ti
to 10:45 a. M aid 2:30 p. to ad ,r d ork be a ec om pli shed t s e
journ 'on motion. An "Address of grAnd worker in missionary work -
Welcome" was deliv4red to the 'con- are familiar with t'he exprps?-ionsof
... ferenc"by A M,ather inbehl, o-alled christian people, abna some,
of the church and citizens of M ican- w til thabti we are negletinh t
... n ... eou let 0 s, th t:w ar nelctn p,]
, .. opy, respouded to by Elder J. C.,Iey., home fields of labor. Now is th'o l
/ The conference then: proceeded to golden opportunity for these per-
:''+ dmuulbsns 0't eDsr~.sonsj, and God grant us success in in- 9
h usual business of .h itBIrictt ^^ ST
4 .dour e It 10 4 a. ." 1,'i h d x there sting tlheo b rothers~an d sisters' ti
Adjourned at 10:45a. n. With doxol- in,-thlis work, toward ,,ie' their
ogyand bene'diction. Preaehihgou hearts are already warmed. .
thursday at 11 a. m. by. RKev,. '.Tb Thed dus of, the auxiliaries and
Scott, of Sumterviil, aIdaat 8 p. unytd. donntq- aini.d for gen-, v
by ev B F I a on o ran e oral w ork, is p~la ced in th e, b a nd s of a
thyoe tatt tressurer,oue-half of whi-ch
-/, Bpringo. Friday morning at 41I is -sent to the -"central committee,
o'clock services were held by Rev. to be nised a? their. udignent directs,
F. L v, of Cedar Key- and a.tSP...aid one-half of w 1ivh is remained by I "
~~~~~~~ ~~~ n y e ..,, + R eh r onof conference. to be used im most t
.n.. by,, Rev. W. S. Richardson, of needed places. .Now. comes the' pro-
Bronsou. Saturday moruirg set- vision for the ieonie work.' Tris-par~t
S vices" were conducted by Rv. H. E. of L'the, work is but the furthering of
+; Partridge, of Lcesburg, aud Wathe thepriumayobject "home for ten-
.... "cvon iug at the usual hour R ev. Jno. e nt preacahers." + a of th is
VC Ingfit ftHow much -an .,auxilia:ryof this
Lee, of Ocala, carried on services; 'kind needs to be fornited at every
Sunday Diorning at 6 o'clock prayer-,ehargf, few but the preachers-can
Meeting was held ; at 9 a. n Sunday understand d,* In every ell --arge tar
school, after which thte ch~ildr-en of talents, time and money th.t mayv
siolfe c widn obe brought in to use for the Master,
the school presented tiliechurenwith but-how can it bodone? .'The won-
a hanc.aom'e Ailver waiter, pitcher derful, success of our missionary work,
and goblet, which thly purchased teaches thatit is one by onestep by
Step, Vet this end can beachiev--d
with funds collected and earned by ani,r pinraof 'i'eat strength placed"
their own efforts, which wrts received in the M. E. Church South. CIauuot
'' --so--r ""QtOr i1 the $2300raised in Florida last year
Uar hor, 11 o clock, se1r'tced ig1ffr-O-,0.tf-- o..3 hr par.-.onagp
"W I i-L" ,t t to ,,, + ,.--.-U A .. ... ..
.1ndCT tho aiispices of Preiding for aijd i- the earnest co-opieration. of
B.. Elder J. C. Ley, after which the PPtor;.. Why this should not be
S- saralunt of tl"e Lord's Supper -was given I eaunot understand; yet in
..t d A ma a t m e to in q u ir ie s
+aaminpred,+,A 3p. n.Revs.JnQ.. have very fit-tie eucouragemeritin
L .. : oy, rinman and HiJburF addressed the work. The exeytBeacdexpl~na
BL ,- .t. ehildron., f, v-d^DVrs tar-th"ns ro varied where theyha'e re-
,' ^"- rS^f. C 'c,,, i ... .. i. spouded at all. 1
P'il--l 'f .-- And now to ainswer Eome of their
want.'ll or mts.ionary work. Mrs. sttnt, want to take up the
ft" -w-^, Distriet Suuperintendent of second part of this first article:
-, .the Parsonage aud Home Mission "Otherwiseaid the cause ofChrist.."
,. -.. Society, then gave a short, but to tiHe *N+h. th .... a Home
c ''" ,, "u .~ee i onducted iIn the
poJint, lecture to the children, and same manner-or nearly ;so, being of-
oi." rganized an "Orangv Blossdm" So- fleered and payment of due-sas in
'" ciety. At.'-s~^-- e-,Pa'rtridg the \oman's Missionatry Society,
1"" :=--- of "hyet there is embraced herein a line
-. gae an address In be'"ofthe entirely new. '"In the by-laws for
Ay", Methodist college, nt Leeid3w..auxiliarie we'find in No. 6, "there
_.. Services closed by a short, but shaifl- a -visit!ing committee ap-
*"r':+..-. _i, ,,.t ,,,, oiuted t.Lt'h quarter, whose dutyit .
fe nest and' inter~eFIing, exultation ;&-,f~ e*^iqf^th pedvl
i5".:' .. f. shall be to- %-it from house to house,
_kron- Dr. CLarettlic The conference distribute reai'g matter on thesub-
,:, -(was closed Saturday ait 5 p. in. by a ieet of church extesfon0 and parson-
S '-.* unautmotts resoiuttohu of thanks" to ":e building and pher ctN.hier-

reqhestin wofpubltsh to the irllv atr ,,els ener nli
7 ,:' "" .... re u s i .. ... """llow- o.. 7, .It shall be the duty of the
,-in'-tg address, compiled by Mrs. E. H. visiting committee to report to the
,: S'waine, of Anthony, in: connection PIasto); fhe namies of s-traigers and
with the couferenee. -We-regret we a.II eases1 -of swiknbe-s or destitutiou
-, they may find. Toe members of the
cannot giv e a more elaborate account committee should also 'endeavor, by
of tlhe c)nferencc, but space forbids, the reading of God's word to comfort,
aod we eaun but add tliat we trust strengthen or bring" to Christ those
thre h m e a i i.good seeds ow n m ay bear the W eh l] n^ "may^ vi i '- l n
r ,est .ru ,. an ,o a -e lad nwho fe thefeln
r"-es "nts "n we a" -.dh exists 0f fear of intrusion upon pre-
Session was held4 here, audlhope to y;ate affairs and that curiosity in-
see (t again hehld iu our midst. We stead of Sympathyv is considered the
be --tha~t .... c r efii l rii .t source of inquiries of a personal na-
... 'na 'o ca e y per s t re .^ H ere, -we have a line of work
following interesting address: placed before theo women which may
.Dear Brethren and Sk.i'ers : be taken up by the authority of the
H avro bee a app onted t ro repre en church', that no one eou1d resent or
the work+ of he Wom "an'-s Proae nptnooe need feel a delieacy in under-
.and Home Mis~iou Soeiety in te t* k"n in the strength of the Lord.

t it n i v "- 'ould each Pnuren possess. one of
G;alkesville Dlstt'let, it beconlus my nL. ,..._.,_. .=. m t'a
duty aud pleasure to presentthis these t;.tlfNl visit ing .committees, t
comparatively recently o ga who woul(l use the hour spent in vis-
olnpartleo eesentl.orn ize ^ug in Christian co6versati. olic-
work to this'assembly, in which we .t. g to 'Sunday ehol scholars, disol~-
are so directly interested, or should -r .. d\ "
be dreoh- tv,,din hieff trtdtLO~tinbg good literature, whnlex
bedrotvinterested, in thlis grandS manw ~ ae
ca us ...... many fauil t" w would ave in each'
Ir Dat c? .. .r onmmfinity is requested -so to- d -'O.
l .h .. ope oou Wtil bear atently wi~nth ..... much asit ........ w4u a--asto
nme 4f I go some-what into details of r.eceive Would shrnot indeed feel
Bk '... ^-h *. .... .... ..optntthn i reeelve' v% ould sire'not mdeed feel
1, s. Wl'K, R8 my object at this time that "his ha"ds are being- held up;"
"- .:., entertainment, but nmstruecton. while he was tryingto. perform the
I wll confess that beforeYo arduous duties devolving upon him?
bectio"l this work I _oen.. ttle Think you not that God Would soon
S.nothinig of its workings or accom- blsing?-Do o^^u nttfL n h
--, Tli~kh..... Mi,. ofto,. ,profn11 DlSSling", -:!_0 "YOU not lilinnK tere
plishnint. NOW, afte n -are. a few inu-each community who
exam tnug its constitution, ande by- o uld and would devote 4 few days
laws anduascertaiingthe-results of ch i qrter to this work Our
the ear ymg out of these liU the few dane of' i conversation
auxiliaries that have been formed, in God's work is a great cause for in-
l'feel convce that the \ oman s difference, especially making it of
Parsonage and Home Mlission Socie- gnantespwhen it- should be
ty is' one of the graildest lines of ...... G help us o feel o .
.work by wich God -has et honored personal. eo. help us t o feel our C
o b w ~ c t o~ n a v o e~~oen / h re t d uty -and enable us to, have strength
"omen, and enables thee church to t .rf r it.
-utilize Waent that has hitherto lain ,Bysn ng'out a committee whose
dormant, qan enables ch utians to dt it s Iha bll be to build up the cause
do work in organized effort whi(11 we "ofCrist, "ht-w not soon by -"
-all recognize as being much more ssing laya foundation for a.eep-
satisfactorv than scattered unsy" -- .. ...
--eniai efforts. Let noon "hink, er work of grace in our heartsasweul
mat c efor Le....t .no one t .aaaucing the spiritual interest
for one Inomeet that this work iS an- ofthe church, Wf.havf reasons to
tagonstC to our belovede missionary elieve tha henverhe womenof
wor- Wheb, th tr shallr b the church and community, town -or
k nown you will find it to be rather a country -have this cause properly
valuable aid to missionary work. placed before them it will be accept-
Let u-s look at the first artiee given 6dI a-uixilliaries formed -and much
in the constitutionn: "The board of --ood--'.:no,_ both, ini,. temporal and.
church extension shall organize a :,o.rtual cause. Who6 will unm.t'
uepgrtment to be known as the :, ^i ., z +^
S1 M J ua. i^ Hat,*e themselves to work and talk (or the
.. Mi~ssion I~oclety,.the 0.bJeet of -W+loh .1i o, ~-., ;
2^ ?oe??-^t*fi n^1 f OWoma'9 Parsonage and Home INit-
s Hall be to unite the effort of chris- Society ? -
... women andey' chlri an we not have
ttian women adch00ir tao i esville the banner district by
ection of funds y pFrhate:effort, the next annual conference ? I hum-
.-. rtonal solicitation, membership bly beseech your assistance and
S feeai-'donations, devises and bequests layers in this cause of our blessed
for proquringF homes for itenerant rord and Master.
proachers and otherwise aiding the .V"L" n<(Master .. + ..
e cnre of Christ.L" .. M,. +.B. SwAIN, O
'' : "We, as BMethodist4,&ll recognize i "tf r --' -'ri*tcSecretary" i
R;-:-.; the grftnd work ilon, h.fthe honr1 of,. Anthony, Fla, "
r.i .'- ;+;.: .+,., '. .
"I'5_ "."**'. = + ,

1865, -0- iSTABLffsiHE -" 1866.

Citizens Xational Banlkof jB ltimore 3Md.
The Yational Bank" of the -Xorhern em iberti ePhil; Pd.


..I+,.. -EYMA. N'S iTO.RE..
'Is the place where all the Late.. Styles and Nwaitles can be found.
Suitable for the i : .

We respectfully call your special attention fo 0uffDRZSS GOODS, of
the finest, texture, shades and variety, the latest of w tcc- Is the black..em-
b'r6Mdred, Lawn Dres.kes, also white, of exqutsi te pa 9ns And at ROCK-
BOTTOM'PRICES.- Tho de ein .the quantities -affii.fferent qualities of
-our styles dress goods would be imposia~uie and We invite you torcall
around to our store and we will be pleased to show you our new assortment
of goods. Our lovelv.

1s In full trim, with an endless variety of Flowek, Wreaths- and Ribbons.
Our expert trimmer will trim you the head-gear artistically free of
charge and guarantee satisfactio,...
,We have recently added to our stock, Hiles' best hand madst ladies' shoes of
best quality,- also in Mens' ie. and Boys' shoe .,e claim-to be Head
quarters. tw. general line if goods is complete, with. Gro.er.s a.ordig.
all of which will be sold to you FOR THE LOWEST OMS'IBLE
.GASH PRICE. Your#svery respectfully, '
-' 'I-: ;;IHE MAN;:



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ei.do Philadelphia,
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J P. TatetinwCo.,"Batimore.

Daily MWrk-6t0uotations and Stencils, '
Call qn. t at our- Packing Huo ,' hear the Florida Southern Depot.-

RVFBBBNCEs:-S-cond National ,-j.i
Bank Jersey. City, aid the-
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S. E. CORNER FRONT AND E. .M. Hacker; Propne.tor "
Philadelphia, Pa. Geo S Hacker & Son

dvarcer &madeonBills of .dg .
ShpigOrdmad Co. nsign-11 _
mept- reiIect, fully U 1 ULS
soliciaed A y i z.
Promptly Attended o." "

l tl Or ,O ranDOORS -SASH-a BLINDS
,oate --- Oweh',"" 9MOULI)ING, CILDING MUDIALSvx~
it 3ICA.NOPY. FLOR~IDA. G, 8T0.F' S'O 0.

Ib it are com-
bined the gn-
at mechanic.
&I -kill. the
most usefulI
ad ptactiIa
s1ement stand
all kpown &4,
Ta&lf" thhtt
make a iti-w


Clothing Made to OderJWAS. COULBOUJRN & r ,

Vegetables and County PProduce,
123 CHARLES ST. '*'-" : B+LTIM0]
fgtejixl funishedo e pplieation. "


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W I ,U.Je LE I kept, in i t rstclass Drug. Store.





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Official Notice.
The nost-office will be open from 9
to 10 o'clock a..m.. every Sunday, for
the accommodation of the public.
M. C. A RNOW, P. M.


-Imieanopy, Flrio a:
If yoli want 100 cent worth of goods for l oilar come to my Che".
Cash Store, Montgomery block.

For Sale.
Ten Thousand Fine Cuban Leaf
Tobacco Plants at $2.00 per thod.sand.
Address, W. T. WATERS,
Mclntosh", ,Flai
S. r '
por gie
One Jersey cow with heiferealf,
$75.00. One Jersey cow with, heifer
calf (first calf), $66.00. One heifer
(due calf), $50.00. Younger heifers
$35 to $40. Either of the above cows
will give iwo- gallons of milk and
can be increased by feeding more.
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Remenmbr the festival Friday
evening next. Ice -ream will be
served, and music and recitations
wil be among the amusements.
When you are thirsty and feel that
a nice, cool drink will do you good,
go to W. WV. Johnson & C'o.'s drug
store, where cool drinks are always
kept. 18
No doubt the delegates and other
visitors were impressed with -our
town and returned to their homes
honestly believing that sidewalks
would be an advantage to such a
nature-favored spot as Micanopy.
The lack of -young men in town
was woefully evident Sunday after-
noofn as we observed a' couple of
popular young ladies submitting to
the ardent attention of a gander-
toned youth of thirteen gentle sum-
mers. Come young men, take care.
In selecting their Spring Stock, S.
H. Benjamin & Co., endeavored to
increase popular lines and .add all
new and novel goods that were of-
fered. Everything that 'was not
stylish and popular they let severely
slope. Vall and see for yourself...
The new railroad company has
secured the services of Mr P.Y. Jen-
kins, of the South Florida R. R., to
do the engineering for the G-.R P.A
M. Ry., Mr. Jenkins, lIeft for San-
ford Monday morning for his corps,
instruments.etc. and will commence
t ."..-'. Ule this morning to run'
the preliminary lines.'

Bucklen'3 Akrnica anl% e.

The best :d%-v,.- in tll', v',- rlil t,.r
Cute, Bruises, Sore, U,_.- t, .at
Rheum, Fever Sores, Tvt t.r,<'...i .2 AN> .D .tiOE
Hands, Chilblains, i'.rii-, ." ;i,!
Skin E ruptionDI, :.;,' 1.. ii\,-l\ ,.u ,_ ,^ tdl,.11 r.li. ,( vvreyv rvtili f.
Piles, or no pay ,luiteI l. It t- r- i
a n teed to ive i v:t .ti ,.t .: 't* ,. ,, e- vy ry i lol r, atl
or money refund kd,:-d. P4 .c, "J._, v,-ni- (H' 'l',i^ ily iol'e *?o (eVc'V 'ltv.
per box. Forsale by W. \.Jouso 'lhev ae
A- Vn

M o.


The Most varied aad extensive
stock ever exhibited in Micanopyl
Black and white embroidered dress
patterns, trimmings for ladies, miss-
es and children, white goods, table
linens, napkins, towels. &e.
Our stock has been selected with
great care from the leading markets
of this country.


*E ST .i, .; -
Is now *ompiet4. Ladi1 delii ftL
It has been acknowledged that stylish hat will please call, a& the.
there is no equal in the market in 's an expeerieea millister l&-rl-
our magnificent display of dance who wi;ll trimbhats olftbht
nottiee. ': "

Hamburg and Swiss Embroidery. Our shoe department ili now obi-,;
Our 8t lines. which we offer at .10c, dte, with a full line o diwQ 'ar
... ... : -"-"" ... (ents' and Childrenst Low Quarter
are a bargain, and, of course,.you pnt9 -rd gli-'- ers jo +. :
will wonder how we do it. Shoes and llppers. .
BUTWE MUST ALWAYS TAKE Fo -Gents ioys and children.
THE LEAD. complete stock df
+ ,1 ..-HARDWARE,
That is why this splendid bargain, ttruR'E ,.
js offered. All over Embroderie FU. "NITURE,
and full line of laces, parasols, glovr4 .URL
Fans and corsets. + MATT, <., "

S' / i*
Nights quite cool.
Weather awful dry.
Big congregation Runday, *i -
Tomatdes &s being shiblpped.
Old newspapers for sale. 10oc. a100.
Send THE NEws office vegetables.
Mosquitoes are making themselves
Henry Stokes' eagles attract atten-
Cikes, beans and potatoes are pour-
ing in.
Send the NEWS to a friend in. the
All things come to him who
hltstles. -
Mr. W. M. Avent is painting his

Comeand see them before buying
elsewhere. *
that we have-also a full line of fine
S, I at moderate pri-:,..
H. T. VATT'I'.LTL:',
Gai.ne_&ville,, P.:...n. and Tampa.
... ... .-a. .! 4, .- ,* ... ..
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Remarkable. Re. ,-e.
Mrs. Michael Cturrain,m Plainfield,
Itl., makesthe statement that she
caught, eold, which settled on her
lungs; she was treated for a month,
byher family phystician, but grew
worse. He told her she was a hope-
less yvicim of consumption and that
no medicine eould cuio her. Her
druggist suggested Dr.-`KRng's ,'New
Discovery for Consumption; she
bought a'bottle and to her delight
found herself benefltee from first
dose. She continued its use and af-
ter taking ten bottles, found herself
sound and well, now does her own
housework and is as weltks she ever
was.-Free trial bottles of his Great
DiScovery at W..W. Johnson & Co.'s
drug store, large bqttles5e. and $1.00.,
Boardman Happeain.gs.
Cukes are going (forwd pretty
well now. Soon to 11te ll begin
in quantities. .
Weather dry and quite cool. Veg-
tation and the orange .tree.s look as
though a simoon had tpqsed over
them. ': '
We scribblers- must bb*particular
how we scribble these days Let this
scribe say this now, and let it be for
all time to come. W' never conde-
scended to personalities and do not
desire nor intend to insult anyone
nor to hurt their Teelings without the
name of the individual as personal
allusion to him no onehP-a right to
ascribe, it himself unless he wishes
do so. We must speak, ..by the card
or equivocation will undb us.
Much could be said written on
the seemfng-apiarent an oinosm a
the various transp n lines to
the producers. On evq occasion
and chance therx raise the
price of freights, thu ding the
producers down into, dust. If
they kill or destroy to or proper-
ty belonging to the farm who are
their main patrons, they esist pay-
ment by every possible eneans 'and
resort to all thie techneilfies that
the laws afford. They ( U railroad
officfals) :lose sight of tiI act ob the
intimatelbsiness relate as between
the two.. Agentleman cker--told
us he has paid alrea d his season
the vast sum of twelve ,hidred dol-
lars for freights.+. Suppo, fve or six
su]ch.. patron. werefired
and worn out paying su enreormouq
rates and withdraw, frtn tho busi-
ness; would it not be,4 a iousloss to
the railroads? IT o ol ink so.
; "*1ABDMAX.
Ha.ipy.. oobsi rs.
'Wm. Timinorin, postm ster of Ida-
vi e Ind,,Ywites: "El lric Bitters
hks done more former. M ni a l other
ld'edi in(ms co rnbined Drr 'Lthat 'bad
E-liing arising from Kidney or Liver
trouble.' John Leslie, farmer tmid
stockman, of same.plice says: "Find
Electric Bittdrs ,to be tie best Kid-
ney and, Liver medicine ; made..me
feel like a new man." J.W. Gard-
ner, hardware merchant, same town,
says: Electric Bitter* is just the
thing for a man wh| is all. run
down and don't care wether he dies
or lives; he found n strength,
good appetite and feltL`ast like he
had a new" lease on life. i Only 50o. a
bottle, at W. W. John s & Co.'s
drug store. "
Lost. "
:A copy of Ayere Nespaper An-
nual for 1890. This is a new volume,
and belongs to this offie. It was
left in a desk in the old residence cit
Mr. W. W. Brice, and wls last seen
there. Any information will be re-
warded. .'\
.The Hartford Fire Insurance Co.
is now ready for business in this sec-
tion, and we would be gla! to furnish
persons, who desire insurance of any
kind, rates on any class !of property
mentioned in South EaStern Tariff
Association. D. E. roMPSON,

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Carlton Price came in rrom the
woods Friday.
Capt. W. L, Ditto was on deCK in
fine shape Saturday. '
George and James Means, of Evinz--
ton, were in the city Monday.
Mr. Tobe Anderson, of Flemington,
paid us a pleasant visit Tuesday.
Mr. Gibbs, a Toronto capitalist,
spent Thursday at Mrs. Fontane/s.
- Uncle John Gambleiand family, of
McIntosh, were in town Saturday.
Dr. W..M. Richardson and wife, of
Boardman, visited the city Friday.
Missps Nina Keep and Kate
Lamnar were visiting and shopping in
the city|Monday.* .
SMrs. Farnbach and Mrs. Knight,
of Boardman, were shopping in town
, Emmett Flewellen, ol Orange
Lake, made our town a business
Hon. Henry W. Long, of Marion
county, attended the District Con-
ference here.
Benfiie Johnson made his maiden
trip this we6K to JacKsonville under
the care of Capt. TucKer.
SMrs. Cornelius Merry is spending
some time with her daughter, Mrs.
LaDell, a few miles below Ocala.
Miss Lizzie Slappey lett Thursday
for a visit to friend and relatives in
Middle and Southwestern Georgia.
Judge James Bell and. wife, of
Gaiuesville, passed through town
Tuesday on a visit to Maj. Gervais
Mr. Chase; W. White, of Citra, the
efficient secretary of the District
Conference, attended' the meeting
last weeK.
S. P. Thomas, Esq., formerly of
chis place, but now a resident of
High Springs, spent a few-days in
town last weeK.
Capt. S. C. Tucxer is active in the
interest of the "Ambler" railroad
projected from Blue Springs or Dun-
nellon to this place.
Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Oppenheim and
daughter, Kathrine, Mrs. J. Oppen-
heim and son, FranK, arrived Mon-
day afternoon and are stoppingat
the residence of Mrs. I. Heymani
Mr. Jesse Saunders, of Hawthorn,
brother of Mrs. Dr. Johnson- of this
place fell between two railroad cars
a few days ago and was severely in-
,Capt. L. E. BaKer, manager of the
Western Ry. of Florida, wasW nthe
city last weeK in the interest of the
proposed extension of his line to
Micanopy .
Rev. J. C. Ley and wife were wel-
come visitors at this office Monday
morning. We gratefully acKnowl-
edge the words of encouragement be-
stowed upon us by these worthy and,
highly respected people.
Mr. J. C. Smith, of Prattville, Ala.,
arrived at Evinstor Thursday last.
It will be remembered that Mr. S.
was shot by a negro desperado at
Boardnan nearly a year ago. "Bul-
lie" is looking fine and his friends
are glad to see him bacK again.
--- *** -----
Club Rates.
In order to enlarge our subscrip-
tion list, we have arranged with the
publishers of the papers below to
furnish the NEws with them as fol-
Weekly Savannah News ........$1.75
Weekly Florida Standard ....... 1.50
Weekly Times-Union....... .... 1.50
Weekly Atlanta Conistitution... 1.60
Weekly Detroit Free Press. ... 1.50
*We do hot offer the TUSKAWILLA
NEWS to old subscribers at less than
regular rates, but will give them the
benefit of any reduction that we can
get on other papers.


N D.- '"l"'ken and eggs8 at

The mail opens at 4:45 p. PM. and
closes at 7:30 a. m,


An Entertainment *ill be given
at the, residence of Mrs W. W. Brice
Friday eve 15th inst., consisting of
recitations, songs, music, etc. During.
the eveningice cream and other re-
freshments will be served. Thg affair
will be- in charge of the Presbyterian
ladies aind proceeds will be for the
benefit .of the, church. Everybody
cordialy invited.
0. P. Likins, the photographer, of
Gainesville, WIill go North for the
summer, between the 15th and 30th
of May. Those.who want work done
should not delay bringing in their
orders, as everything must be fin-
ished by the 30th at the outside.
Send in, your orders at once and
avoid being,disappointed.
,We are always willing to reply to
any fair question in regard to T-iE
NEws when we know the motive that
prompts inquiry is.good,-and, if the
young lady who. wishes to know
whether the business is paying will
call and explain the motive all nec-
essary information will'be cheerfully
furnished, provided that the motive
is not prejudidial to the interests of
either of our bosses..
The Lone Star Dining Room,
Gainesville, Fla.,. recently opened
opposite Endel Bros., proves to be -a
great convenience to the visitors to.
that city Besides furnishing ,the
very best table in the city, Mr.'Cul-
-verhouse has an exceleit line of
fine Whiskeys. Beer, ete. -:iseperate,
but convenient "to the Lone Star
Dining Room., When, you are in the
city give him- all. ':-Istf)
Some unknown person left a note
on our'desk Friday afternoon infor-
ming us that the name of Magnolia
st. hasbeen changed to Newspaper st.
A bouquet of flowers was left" with
the compliments of the writer which
outr bosses appropriated at once. We
are anxious to learn who this gener-
ous person is, as we left a check for
$20 under a paper weight on the desk
which disappeared about-the same
time as the note was left.
The Fla. Board of Rate Equalizers
say that if the local charges to all
basing points were not the same there
would instantly begin a coufuision in
rates that would be harmful to all.
Wonderif they mean harmful to all
the- roads? That must be what they
mean, as the enforcement of the 8
cent rate would be a benefit to the
shippers in this section andwoild not
hurt or even be noticed by shippers
on the F. C. &P Ry. Enforce your
rates, gentlemen, we will bear all the
harm without complaining. In fact,
we would like to be harmed in that
Micanopy Alliance.
SSaturday, May 16th, will be the
regular meeting day for" Micanopy
Sub Alliance. All members and
candidates for membership are re-
quested to be present. Businpes of
importance -will come before the
m ee tin g ..-': "* .:
Secretary. resident.
Echos From andem a.

Johnson's drug-store is headquar-
ters for cool drinks.
SOur spaceIs crowded this issue and
locals are forced out. .'
Call at THE NEWS office if you
Want a good revolver.
The Masons had a very interesting
meeting on Saturday last.
Good prices for all truck except
cabbage tickles the farmers.
THEP NEWS thanks W. H. Harrison
for fine specimens of tomatoes.
-Bright prospects ahead for this
section and Micanopy especially.
Ice cold Soda Water at W. W.
Johnson & Co.'s, drug store. 18 -
Mauy delegations from the neigh-
boring villages attended fhe-confer-
ence Sunday.
More interesting letters on the
Question of local freight rates will be
published next week.
New aid Second Hand Wagons
and Buggies *for sale at Carter's
shop. IOU
Do you wish a piano or organ if
so, call at this office and secure a
The popular groceryman, D. A.
S MIll, has placed an ice box in his
store to keep butter h.
S Befijamin & Co. are having a nice
zln painted -on--their- warehouse.
R ..i mIr" Rggs is thkairtlt
Abbot's East Indla"'Corn Paint
removes quickly all corns, bunions
S-and warts without pain.
Waterman Johngop, of Fleming-
ton, has bought a 1.salf interest in,
the,mercantile busi eas of E. C.
Chitty. .
Benjamin & Co. have made a rock
walk alongside their store. Others-
may profit by their example and do
likewise. i
Catarrh originated in scrofulas
taint. P. P. P. purifies the blood,
and thus permanently cures'Catarrhb
Last week the town was full to
overflowing with miinisters and lay
delegats railroad emissaries and
divers other persons.
At W. W. Johnson & Co.'s you
will find every thing that is usually
Kept in a first-class drug store. lee
cold soda water on draught.
Terrible blood poison, "body cov-
ered with sores, and two bottles of
. P. P. P. (Prickly Ash, Poke Root and
Potassium) cured the disease, mak-
ing the patient lively as a ten-year-
From the way the railroad people
are speculating around here it looks
as if Micanopy night become quite
a railroad town in the near future.
Some of the delegates to the quar-
terly conference were interested in
the senatorial contest judging from
the calls we had for daily papers




The -publi can always find me pre-
pared to fill their wants in
Always re -sofurnishteams
-%o Iu !st notice.o "
19yi R, POP,-
S. F. Ca .. COLBOURo .


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You wll find a CObmplete Stock o f,

Drugs, Patent Medicines and Toilet articles

: '-A GOCD AS "OTM-NT'or- + "* ', "



Forthi e next hirty3Di wil l seltegardless of costo.

Call and examine our tooods and-get prices.

Seeds, Agri













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- Member of the-

last week.


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Sder and Joints of s legs. P. P. P. .. i",
S Prickly Ash, (Poke Root and Potas- iss Chase has closed her school.
slum) was resorted to and Irwin.Is The young ora-ge ,roFe^eof his
well nd happy. viciniy are in loveliest green.
The residence of Mr. W. A. Snow- The piney woods and blades of saw-
:' den is being enlarged by the addition palmetto, in various shades and tints,
of two rooms in front of the present jom in the spreading land-scape and
Sbuiding.. E. T. Henderson is in blend in peaceful harmony.
charge of the work.
Dmharge of the work. MA ., beneath the spreading
The delegates appointed tp the dome of heaven; situated between
County Alliance at Gainesville are lakes Alachuaand Levy; northward
Jno. J. Barr, J. W. Carter, Thos. Me. and -westwoed from Ticoinsa and
SCredie and D: E. Thompson. The Pine Island, and some four miles
All lance will meet Friday 15th inst. or more distant from Micanopy,
has its Sunday school A fine toned
Itis our painful duty to announce new organ from the Cornish Organ
Sthe death, at 1 p. m., May 12th, of Company, of Washington. N. Y., and
Chas-A. Whitney, son of Maj J. 8. the well trained musical talentof
Whitney, of Orange Lake. -The de-teachers and scholars render its
.e esed leaves a great many friends to weekly gatherings exceptionally in-
orn.his. loss teresting. In itshest sense. the or-
ganizationi Is a unf~ln-unday school
The picnic yesterday was a grand inwhtih-. insie neehl t h"eeghous
sUeei in Apry way, and we have In which-it Is desired that .religious
herd &Xinber of .the participants teaching be open to all pearohers af-
Xp'" tbqmselves as having a ter truth. Such'art ecordially Invited.
;j "lioua time. Next issue we will Opening 10:,a. a.,-standard, time.
b"sh fu account. Two ehool-bouses -(white and col-
r.... 'ored) +and: ctwo houses for religious
'.The. streak of pine splinters be- worship both Baptist (colored), be-
ye, atn Montgomry's corner and. the speak the march of cilvilisation and
i".Vrailroad station is a disgrace to the argue the literary and religious ten-
.:.'Pwi ind should be torn up and re. denies of this'rural"district. God
-" that- bl.e o.ur land .ou

" heumatism was so bad that
James rvin, of Savannah, could
hardrv walk from alai Tn his shoul-

Tomatoes $2.50 to $8.75. Beans $2.50 to $8.50 Cukes $4.



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First National BanK, Gainesville,

Irving National Bank New York.
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: General l9: Merchandise .
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S always keep In stock a Full liDEN SEED
will always keep in stock a +Full line" of"Ofgars ans T)eb ...

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Fruit, Produce.

Southern Fruits and Vegetables,
.Berries,- Peaches... Water-.
melons, Etc.; .Ete., ..,---

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Philade phia, Pa

produce Natfonal tiBank 104 4 e6 t
nut.St Philadelphia, Pa. './
Walter S. Hill' 206 Duane SL. New
President Produce Ex. Philadelplia.
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Micanopy. Florida.

cultural' Implements, harawre,.

Mechanical Tools, EtEte Etc

Crosby, Pattoa & Co.'s Old Stand,






M. F. PECK.,




Consignments Solicited, Returns
Pr. omptly Made.

Judge G. W, Means, Evinaston, Fla.
F, G. Sampson, Boardman, Fla.
Geo. Glover, Macedon, N. Y.
Irvin National Bank, New York. .
C. H. Register, Smtyrna, DeL
R. Clark,Cornwall-on-Hudson, N .Y.
J. H. Bird, Att'y Bradetreet Comn.
Agency, New York.





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A man who has practiced medicine
for 40 years ought, to know salt from
sugar ; read what he says:
TOLRDO, 0., Jan. 10, 1887,
Messrs. F. J. Cheney & Co.-Gentle
men :-I have been in the general prac-
tice of medicine for almost 40 years,
and would say that in all my practice
a-d experience have never seen a prep-
aration that I coutM describe with as
much confidence of success as I-can
Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufaietred by
+yet.: .Have prescribed it-a great maniy
f..esjand its effect is wonderful, and
would say in conclusion that I have
yet to find a case of catarrhi that it
would not cure, if they would take it
according to directions. Yours truly,
Office,*215 Summit street.
We will give $100 for any case of ca-
tarrh that cannot be cured -with Hall's
Catarrh Cure, Taken internally.
F. J. CHENEY & Co., Props., ToledoO1
Sold by druggists,L 75c.

eight feet high, and the guide congrat-
ulates you by saying he "knew you
was keeping along behind him, for he
could hear you puffing like an amateur
steam engine." After looking around
and admiring the handiwork of nature,
while you are laying in a fresh supply
of breath, you start again after the.
guide to return along the passage of
"crawls," and after trying to dislodge
several rocks with your head, and a
large amount of pulling, pushing and
puffing, you reach the northern pas-
sage again, and after you regain your
breath once more you retrace your
steps along the northern passage ana
the western passage till you reach the
southern passage, which you have once
passed, TIMs passage, which is thirty-
one feet long and eight feet wide, leads
you into the largest room, it being
ninety-six feet long, twenty-tfve feet
wide and the estimated height seventy-
five feet. At the west end of this room
is a passage three feet wide, running
west and towards the top of the ground.,
East of this is another passage, fifteen
feet long and four feet wide, leading to
the south. At the east end of the large
room we find another southern passage,
fifty-two feet long and five feet wide,
and upon following it you %re led into
a room twenty feet long, nine feet wide
and twelve feet *high. Returning to
the large room, you find another pas-
sage, forty-eight feet long and eight
fe-"t wide, runningeat.... At the end of
this passage you find +another room
twenty feet long, ten feet wide and fif-
teen.feet high. On again returning to
the larger roomyour attention is called
to a huge- hanging rock, which very
nearly fills the western quarter of the
room and makes you shudder as you
look-up at it and think of your fate if
itM should 'fall at that- time. In this,
room are also found bones and skele-
tons of deer. After looldng around the
room till you-think you -have seen all
there is to be seen you again followthe
guide along a passage sixty-two feet
long and four feet wide and running
-north. You are surprised after tra-
ver.ing this passage to find yourself
again in Main Hall and only a short
. distance from the entrance to the cave.
Upon reaching the' surface of the
ground once more and looking at your
watch you are surprised to find that
you have spent at least two hours un-
derground. Although tired and cov-
.ered with dirt, you feel amply repaid
for your trouble, and you decide if you
ever get a spite against any one you
will get Mr. Jennings to take them
through the "passage of crawls."
' ^ KThe Beauties It On is."
i Although Florida y not have tbe
magnificent and- we-inspiring grand-
! eupr-Ttxi^wiss mountains and part
-of the West, nor yet the artificial lov
!8 lines of some of the rural districts in
ie -England or France, yet, especially a
0 this time of the year, it has peculia
8- beauty not seen anywhere else.
' While wandering through the pine
[e and oak forests, one is struck at one
A' by the wonderful contrasts of color
in the foliage of the various trees. The
n stately pines become dark ind dusky
ft from the sun and storm of eight long
l months, are bursting into life again
e after their winter's rest. The new
ad shoots of a bright green seem bright
and newer from their contrast to th
dark vivid green of. the old leave
et which surround them. The oalk
u however, show the greatest beautie
x- of color. Almost every shade of colo
can be seen among their foliage
e- Here an oak just budding show
'y beautiful pink shoots which hang ove
)Y in graceful curves as if too weak t
support their weight. Yonder is on
' +r ore advanced, its shooter have devel
'e oped .into tiny leaves of a bright yel
s- low which show up charmingly again
er the background of the older foliage
Le which has turned to a darker greet
ix Here now there you see a tree ths
'g from some cause has not started gsrov
zd ing: there it stands like a gri'n, blacl
mn skeleton among all this brightness r<
g,' minding one" forcibly of how dent:
h. may come to a ny of us in the midst (
lk youth, beauty and pleasure.
ty Wher the woods have been burne
*l off in the. winter, the grass has corn
as up of a fresh green color, and see:
it. from a distance, the ground al
1s pears to be+ carpeted with a perfect
of even sward. One can hardly believe
n .that it has" not bean cut and kept i
dl condition for dozens of years, an
x- that we had intruded .unknofringl

M upon some gentleman's park. Weal-
ts most expect to see before us on one<
rt the wooded hills, the ancient castle (
In theowner of this beautifulpark.Day
et could be spent in* these lovely forestA
>u and new beauties would be seen an
h- enjoyed at every +~ep. It is one of th
le greatest pleasures imaginable for ow
s- who can adn& does appreciate the beau
)u ties bf nature, to walk through theta
Immense woods, teeming as they an
1 with exuberant vegetable and anims
im life. One, feels whben in the depth <
go the forest, "far from the maddin
a crowd" as if poetry were the only wa
he to express one's delight 'at the neo
beauties continually being revealed.
)u Oh Florida, thy forests grand
Arestill thy'greatest wealth;
K +What sooths so well the sorrowing mind
1,' Aawandering to thy inmost depths?
ur When storm-tossed by the raging wind
as Can we'but think our puny wrath
et. -If small and poor avail to thi-e,
id Which hurls the mighty pine to death.
3U11 Or what when pleasant thoughts are there
M More sweet than visiting thy favorite de
And calmly thinkinif,make this Joyous tin
u I .A memory sweet for times of trouble fe
Unh Or where when death has caned us lastof i
More pea( erful can we wleep than onti
0 breast
-a Above us lofty trees among whose br
ve chess call .
-1 The winds, like spirits .ulling us to rest.
as Admitted to the Chnrch.
ad ATHENS, May 8.-The Duchess of Spa
ug ta (Princess Sophia of Prussia) the sist
,et of Emperor William of Germany, wi
of of Constantine, Duke of Sparta, heir
he the throney of Greece,was today formal
he admitted into the Greek church .at i
he royal chapel here. The metropolitan
he ; Athens officiated and only members
ou the royal family, and Premier Delya
ou nmswere present. Thanksgiving'servic
ist in commemoration of the conversion
,y- the crown princess were held m th
nd Greek churches throughout the kingdc

The Cooiaw -Mining Company'Likely to
Be4 Work- at Arcadia at Once.
ARADrIA, FLA., May 4.-The contest
going on in South Carolina between
the State and the Coosaw Mining Co.,
,- +h& rgest producer of phosphate rock
'in that State-is' a matter of" pUblic
concern to the people -o FloridaN inter-
estedLas they-arei n the mining of rock.
The latest stage in that fight is that
the Sta.te',haF- procured an injunction
-' \: againsti'the Zoosaw company, enjoin-
ing it from continuing its mining oper-
S.' atip..s in the rivers of the State. How
lonithis will continue it is oftcourse
hard to say, as the litigation promises
... 'ift be'yery tedious.
i -^. It is stated on very good authority
that. parties here whoq control very
large and valuable mining rights are
now.negotiating with theCoosaw com-
) pany for the use of its plant until the-,
matter in-South. Carolinat is adjusted.
If such an arrangement can be carried
: out, it will do more for the business of
mining phosphate rock in Florida than
; anything else that could be thought
of. The reputation of -the Coosaw
Mining Company is world-wide, and if
that company will transfer its excel-
lent management and splendid plant
to this territory, there is no doubt that
;.-, it will, working in our virgin deposits,
-.*- '-r roduce'more rock and make more
money for Itself than it will by contin-
S:..ming in the worn-out deposits of South
Carolina. On the other hand, the gain
to the State of Florida to have so much
talent and capital, with plant already
builtaud prepared for immediate work,
placed in our rock deposits, will be in-
calculable. It is to be hoped that the
information is in every respect correct.
The Coosaw Mining Company pro-
duces more rock than any other con-
cern in South Carolina, working-either
on the land osr in the water. We do
not know hnw its production compares
with that of the other companies in
other parts -of the world, but we doubt
if there is..any single company which
produces as much rock as does the
Coosaw Mining Company.
Besides its high mechanical skill and
its fine plant, if the Coosaw, company
comes into Florida and undertakes to
SupDly its customers with our rock, it
will do more to establish the reputa
tion of Florida rock and be a guaran-
tee of its good quality to consumers
more 'substantial than anything else
that could be written or said about the
rock. The fact that the Coosaw Min-
ing Company had left South Carolina
to engage in mining "Florida rock
should be- sufficient in itself, without
'.S further argument or discussion.

\ IpNotes Gathered Darin.

pr'a ly observed -her'e
storetor -,ere closed, du
adjourned, business was suspended and
the people turned out en masse to do
honor to the deaaperoes.
.... -'".-j=rG? acted as marshal
The process Lued at the Baptis
church'and mar "ed to the cemetery
Hon. W. J. Saxuford introduced
Teifnant Lomax, of Montgomery the
orator of the day, in a few elegant re
Mr. Lomax delivered a ufagnificen
oration, eloquent in delivery, brilliant
in diction and patriotic in sentiments.
... The graves of the Confederate dea
were beautifully decorated. -
Circuit court convened Monday
Judge J. M. C.armich~ell presiding am
8elicitor Alto V.'Lee in attendance b
tore the grand jury. That body 01
gauized with Hen. J. P." Harris as for
mnan, and proceeded at. once to busi
ness. 1t adjourned yesterday, after r(
turning eighty-nine indictments, th
largest number for years. A larg
number of these were for violations
the prohibition law in Opelika. In it
--general retcrt it arraigned the tit
.government severely far its non-er
^forcemeuit of these laws. Outside
this it found the affairs of the count
in an excellent condition.
On Tuesday William Crowlin was ix
dieted "for murder for killing Culle
Barnes at Auburn a few weeks sine(
Cirowlin went to Loachapoka and suj

rendered to a justice of the peace, ha
a preliminary trialand was discharged
Sheriff McGraw, who was present, im
mediately rearrested him on a warrant
-issued by Justice J. T. German for tb
game offense, brought him to Opelik
--and lodged 41m in jaiL He had a wr
\ of habeas corpus sued out before Judg
^'i!"Tbobtu"onli'te ground that he ha
tieid onVe but "Wqge -Robnsdo
11r;.-.^difafilAtetie-*writ -and-remianded hil
"- t Q Om +court for tria.
^-:++" : l'bapealed to the Supreme Corn
go Rohinson's decision aV
,:_" has"beep in.-jaJl since awaiting the re
s'it. -- it of his appeal. He will be tried
0.* next week.
W. K. Deaderick has sold his inte
est in the livery stable on Tallapof
street to Geo. S. Robinson for $2,50
B. V. Ooleman, one of the mos
promioen t young business men of Opq
Fka, -lied Monday of consumption. H
wp< buried *bv the Knights of Pythia
Knights of Honor and -Masons, o
which orders he was an active men
ber. His funeral was one of the large
ever Leen in Oielika.
Killed for an Ibanit.
MACON; GA., May 4.-James Ashbl
, was killed in front of Lypn' house o
,.. disrpute last night at the hands of Ri
1: -.: fua ChaDman. Ashley died at 3.3
,. = o'clock this morning. It Is said that tl
....' ", tragedy took place over an insult whi(
.apman had sworn to revenge. H
met Ashley for the first time in t
years as the latter was coming from tl
'-- -. Lyons woma's house.
',' .' The only witpes to the tragedy so fa
'.aso*"- a yet known, was $n inmate -of tl
l, irue. who accompanied Ashley to tl
S. door. gtepped on the ld(
*^:;; walk be wis -knocked on the head b
"' Chman, the weapon used being
birpehtt ffek. sltrutck him a terril

Dublin, May 8.--Ten. thousand work
men of this city to-day marched in pro
cession to Phoenix Park, where they
held a meeting, at which a resolution
demanding a work day of eight hours
was passed.
Hamburg,- May 8.-A committee has
been formed to 'organize a festival in
celebration of the fourth centennial of
the discovery of America. All promi-
nent persons in the empire will be in--
vited in addition to representative Ger-
mans in America.

San Francisco, May 8.-At the close
of the reception at the Union League
club last night the president was pre-
sented with a solid gold plate, fac simile
of a card invitation, beautifully enam-
elled % ith a crest of the state of Cali-
fornia and th&flag of the Union.

New York, May 8.-After two weeks
of unparalleled suffering, Rev. Dr. Geo.
W. Bothwell of the Congregational
church of the covenant, on Classon ave-
nue, Brooklyn, died at the Brooklyn
city hospital at 9:20 o'clock to-night.
The accident- which caused his death
was the inhalng of a cork into the bron-
chial tube. Several surgical operation
failed to relieve the sufferer.
Gi. Long's Funeral.
The funeral'of Gen. *A. L. Long was
heldat 110o*lolk to-day. All business
was suspend. The funeral was at-
tended by ousands.I John Bowie
Camp ot ionederate Veterans and the
MonticelloVQuard conducted the obse-
quies. The funeral discourse was de-
livered by -Dr. Hanckle, of Christ
Church. Gen. Long was given a mili-
tary burial, witfc a salute of 11 guns by
the artillery in honor of his rank of
brigadier-general and a volley of three
shots over his grave by the Monticello
Guard. Many distinguished persons
attended. *: *
Vaidosta Varieties.
VALDOSTA, May 8.--It has been so
ong since it rained here that some
people think it will not rain any more
A great Wuany farmers have failed so
far to get s'-atfAd of cotton. Nor is
there at pres|&nt a good stand of any
crop. (
Mdlons ar doing very'well, but need

f- The frmu trop is almost a failure.
There. wil- ip about one-third of a
e crop of pe Isnly.
--In,_ite'ull, farmers being
a little w t now.
Lumber i low and orders few.
n Rosin is Binning very well, but pri
,t ces are not mcouraging.
X Everybo4* is.waiting and hoping for
a good berrv crop
e -'
Strong Men.
r, Women love 'strong men. A weal
e man may excite their sympathy and a
woman's cazul tenderness soothe an
y soften the anguish of a weak man's sou]
g but the laughing, joyous" warm. exu
n berant Jove tf women dear, belongs t
the men thamare strong and noble and
kind. Then nh will a man continue
weak and m Le An old gentleman writes: 'B. B. I
w gives me ne4 lifeand strength. If their
i, is anything #tat will make an old ma
* young it is B B. B."
Some men 'y, and women too, the
)r never feel w kkand mean except in th
. spring. Wh then feel weak and mea
F and nervousand prostrated in the spring
time When life "ad spirit awakens wit
5r thrilling butyancy even the vegetable
o world? Mu$ you allow sluggish blood
re native organicifunctions, rusty joint
1.and general weakness to make your lif
1- miserable siupply because the long wintt
1-has restrainedi your natural act.vwt
st It need not:e. If 4pnly you will u.
,e that pleasant and incomparable toni
blood purifi, known as B. B. BD. (.
a" Botanic JBloI Balm your health
11t spring time vm i be all that you can wisi
- Try it this spring. Try it now.
k P. A. She.ird, Norfolk, Vs., Augul
e- 10, 1888, wrtes: "1 depend on B. B. I
.for the preservation of my health.
"r bare had i< in my family now nearly
>f two years, aid in all that time ha~ve n(
had to havaa doctor." ap27.6t-d~w
d -
le ~Baltfmbre uzrange jMa'r~tle
Fruit Commission Merchant,
> 1 S. Calvert St., Baltimore Md.)
Y ]IALTIOBE, April 21, 1891.
e Florida oranges of desirable sizes ai
in about out of the market. I sold th
d week for J. A. Phillipsof Crescent Cit

y a mixed lotbof oranges at $3.50 per box
1 Large, coarse fruit still drags at $2.25 t
$2.50. Cabbage is low, $1.50 to $1.75
)f Beans, $1.50(to $2.00; Irish Potatoes $
Df to $9 per baifel;Tomatoes $2 to t3 p
FS crate. '
ts 0 ange orow,
d Fruit, truck and pine lands for sale a
ie exchanme'-'*bud for a copy of tl
1e Florida Home Journal.
l- tf 0. ;RUMLRY, Keuka, FI&
se +
re Many letters are received by the P
Df P. P. company from patients, sayir
kg they had used such and such a bloc
6Y purifier and sarsaparilla, mentionii
w their names-and stating that they d
no good, and they did not get well ut
til P. P. P. (Prickly Ash, Poke Ro
and Potassium)" was tried. These le
.ters we started to publish, when tl
various manufacturers wrote us fe.
ful letters, and! we discontinued sam
but P. P. P. (Erickly Ash, Poke Ro
and Potassium) is triumphant on ever
re .occasion, and has made a host of friend
ell in cures of rheumatism, scrofula, bloo
,I. poison. dyspepsia, malaria and feme
all complaint&
by A fact worth knowing is that bloo
diseases which all other medicines fi
an to cure yield slowly but surely to t
blood-cleansing properties of P. P.
(Prickly Ash, Poke Root and Pots
st-. slum.)
ar People wonder when they find ho
ife rapidly health is restored by taking
to P. P. (Primkly Ash, Poke "Root a
Ily Potassium) -The reason is simple,
he t is a powerful combination of tl
of oots and herbs of the home wood
n- A Curi *9 with the hot-term orders giving up !
of ghost is that it's likely to lessen V
he number of people who will bee the gh
=m walk.


blow which almost felled him, and be-
fore hitting nim again said: "Damn
you, you insulted me two years ago, and
I swore to fix you."
The two blows were struck in rapid
succession.. Chapman has fled. Both
are non-xesidents of Macon.


Wonders ot the Lower Itegions of Leroy
Mom the LeRoy News.
A visit to Jennings Cave located at
Fairmbunt Park, Marion county, Fla.:
The cave is situated about four miles
northwest of Leroy and'was discover-
ed by'Samuel DeF. Jennings, owner of
the land under which the cave is lo-
cated, and Geo. -Cartera neighbor,last
On going to the entrance of the cave
Iand looking down you see a circular
hole thirty feet deep and ten feet
across, which has the appearance of
being a well, and has vines growing
around the sides.- On reaching, the+
-bottom of the ladder, which Mr. Jen-
nings has provided,you see both north
and south of you, what appears to be
a huge crack in the rock, just wide
enQugh to pass through. On going to
the north you' 'pass through a short
passage and come into a room twenty
feet long, nine feetwide and ten feet
high at the frontfre floor being of
dirt and sl, ping to the ceiling at the
lack. This being as far as you can go
in this direction, you follow the guide
back to the entrance with a feeling of
dissapointment and thinking thatafter
all this is nothing but a hole in the
ground; but a, the guide has taken a
supply of pine torches and- requested
y 'the Sou th passage, you decide that as
you, have started, 'you -will see it
through-, and so you follow the guide
through the south passage for twenty-
fiye feet, when you enter what "Mr.
Jennings calls the main hall. 'It is
"09' feet long, five feet wide an&d fifteen
feet high. The first thing that attracts
your attention as you enter the main
hall is that the walls are composed of
lime rock, which is filled with shells of
Iall descriptions, such as are found in
'the ocean- thus showing that .this at
some time had been undei the waters
.of the ocean. About twenty-feet from
the entrance to the main hall you find
a passage leading to the east, sixty feet
long,' five feet wide, four feet high,and
at the end of this passage you find
bones of various animals which have
fallen into the cave, and being unabis
;to get out have wandered inyhjth]
passage and died. Returydfng to th
main h all, you will g, CDn to the end
'the hall and here yuu will find paw
sages leading t, south and west
_v-rafue lefts and, follow th
eastern passage which is thirty-fiv
a feet long, six feet wide and fifteen fee
b hIgh; as you traverse this passage yo
.e will notice near the ground, in the lef

d wall, hole large enough to crav
'through,and when returning theyguid
tells you to lie down andput yuurhea
through the hole and look around<
4 you do so and are surprised to~see
dome twelve feet high and eight fe,
d in circumference, and as near as yo
can judge, perfectly round. After e;
3 mining this eastern passage you fo
low the wester passage which is mn
teen feet long,six feet wide and twent
t high; yoU will be slightly confused
finding passages running north, sout
, idnast t~he northern p assage is shor
,being only twenty feet long and. fi
feet wide; following the western pa
Sage a little way you will find anoth<
dnortherna passage; but keeping "to ,tl
.western passage,- which is eighty-si
feet long, four feetcwide, and crawliB
i" a short distance on your hands an
"knees, "until you come to a reel
; +which is' about fortY-one feet Ion,
ethirteen feet wide and fliftcan feet hig]
ef In this room you will see a huge roe
tslying on the floor, measuring Shirt
feet in circumference and filled with a
Y kinds of shells which crumble up
,f soon. as you attempt to get them ou
Leading out of the western side of th
Room is another small room out'<
.which seem to+ run passages which ca

be entered by removing- some sma
rocks, but. which have not yet been e:
r- plored. -Returning along the Wester
A passage we come to the northern pa
sage .which we have passed a sho:
time before,, and -find it forty-seve
- feet loig, four feet wide and ten fe(
high. At the end of this passage y9
wi l find a short pOssage running sout]
ai east and another running west; whi
re yon are examining the southeast pa
ed sage, you hear the guide calling for yc
o to come on in a muffled voice, andu]
- :on looking for him you see bis feetdi
appearing Into the western passage
t as he wriggles himself along like
rs snake. You watch the place where b
Disappeared for a moment and hba
- about decided to remain 'where yc
are and wait for him to come bace
when you again hear his "come oi
sa and as you just discover that yor
0). torch is about burned out and he Im
st your supply of torch material, you g(
Be- down on your hands and knees an
A. proceed to follow him, but find yc
of have to come down farther and tiu
a- onake also. YQu manage to.work yo!
st, ielf along, occasionally putting yo
hand down on a'burning emter which
has drOpped feom your torch, and
By course you attempt to get up in
of huiry, only to find that you will hav
u- to move several thousand tons of roe
30 Oad earth before you can do it, and s
he yon are in a hurry you squirm on, an
;h just as you have pulled yourself aloI
le by your hands, pushed with your fe
wo and nearly exhausted your supply
be breath you are-cheered by hearing t]
guide, whom you can just see in tl
'ar distance, say, "1 am nearly in .tl
he room+"" you rally yourself with t1
he hope that some time you can say yc
le- are nearly into the room also. Yc
by continue to wiggle along and at la
ua yu fin;d yourself in a room twenty
As ,even feet-long, twenty feet wiges a



:here is ]P Place like
Home, excepting
Hotel Coquina +

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*Daily. +Daily except Sunday. lunda0 1.1.1. .. '
Trains leave Jacksonville at 8 30am and Paltka at 5 25 pm are dally between JaokjonvllI ."
an.P Rka 5n
STEAMERS Leave Tilusville a.s follow: 6 am, doily except Sunday.for Melborne m d :and
way landings. l, turning, arriTe7.30 pm. 79m Mnday, Wednesday and Friday fqor .ens-
aun waIL landings, arriving at-Ormond 5 pm nTuesday. I "ursdsy and Saturday lor Jupiter and -.
Lake M orth --" "
'UNNI&CTIONS-At Jacksonville with divfrging Unes north, east and west. A C MI-
City Junction for Orange City, Smyrna and Lake Belt n; at olupier withJ. f& L. W. R'y lor. -'/
Lake Worth; at Sbnford wiIh O. B. R'y for Oakland, Tarn on Springs, Clearwater ant& Glu& _
Coast rents: and with South Florida R. R. for Winter Park, .altland, etc; at Tampswlth 1
Plant Stean.sh:v Line for Key Wett, Havana and MobtlonAd for Manatee over jpt"nt s it
P ui, a Gorda with Ptear:era for Rey WeptHavans.Puntia assr t. J8amef .Qyd t, N-
Pullman Palace nuffel Sleepingf Carb o thron UU hf* inl nLins dcufly blwa,
a nd Tiim pa w itho u t ch azir e. ."'"I -
For infmomatino regarding rates, rrutep and sleeping-car setmniodaton. wri or call .
W L Van ALLEN, ticket Age n, no Depot, Pa-atka. Flo .
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For New York, Boston, and Philadelphia.

Ikla DIttai EK-ia Chri.c cuule ComPIginUt, 2fer-
ctuia sueio.: tr, Scald .ie.d. etc., etc.

appointed to sail as as follows--standard etO m
City of Blrmingham,..Wed'day,May 27. 8:00 am J
City of Augusta ....... Friday. May 29.1t :00 am'
Taliahassee ......... .... Saturday, May 30 11:30 am
Savannah to Bostom. .
Gate City..... .........Thursday, May 7, .&00 pm.
City of Macon_...... Thursday. May 14, If:a0 am.
Gate City. ........... Thursday. May 21. 4-.0 pm
City of Macon.... Thursday, May 28, 9:00 am

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Savannah to Philadelphia *+
Dcsg............... Tuesday, May 6M Om"
T UI, ..... ..... Friday, May .i-AO p
Dessou........ ......Monday, May 2. 6 pm






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you want to travel by the ,

Finest and Quickest Lin* e.

\Own Sea


The fidest hotel and most -desirable of any
sort in Florida, for families or others. Terms
reach of all. Only two hours by rail from
ilatk. Plenty of fine surf and river fish-
g, bathing, and delightful drives. Donut go
>rth. When-you are feeling the heat of sum-
erthrow it off by visiting this place. For
all information and terms, address,

__n. We will send to
any add ress, poi u| PLANS.
Paid, a complete,
setof plans ready
Wt) build from for2ets.jnstamps.
Simply mention this. paper and
TSi numborof rooms deolred. Send
or our monthly book, "The National BmlIlder." 25c.;
so our book. 'Beautifql Homes," 25c. Write for
ist of designs. We can save you fifty dollars when
ou build. Address THE NATIONAL BUILDER,
dams Express BuilIding, Chicago. 111. 8ATK THISAD6

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Of course it is needless to say that tha,

E, T., V. & G. Ry'

Is'the aforesaid. Write to FRANK M
JOLLY, District Passenger Agent, .
Jacksonville, for rates,;schedules, iand++' ^ ;L..
description. Motto: "Everything fair."
B.. W R en as,
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TheTropical Trunk Line;|g

jo! To & K.W. System |
Schedule in Effect Apr. 12. 1891. CPnlral Standard T'lne. .t
+ + + + 4 .
5 00 pm U 13u pm 8 30 am Lv Jacksonville Ar 6,30 am 12 40 pm 7 2Dpm ..... ---.-.
"6 10 rm 121 pr 928a Ar Gr'n Gue cSg Lv 5 24um 11ilS am *- 2 pm .... -
........... ipm 2 09pro 10 25 am .. ..Palta.. 4 5 am 10 45 am 5 25 |1> .. ..... _.
94pm I IpFO II 50nm ... Se% ille...... "o 3( W am 9`2 3arI 4 65 pm
......... ....... 4 3 pm 1 43po ... DeLand.... ... ... 800smt 2 145pm .. ...... : :
9 pm 4 06 pm 1 1 pm Oral.e CiyJ 4 8 am 2 pm ............
10 '.5 pm 4 40 |im 1 50pm "...Snfor, .... 1 .15am 2 iam 1.10 pm .... -. ....
+4 3i5.pm ........... ...Enterprise.. ......... 7 5 am 2 10pm ......
... .0 11m .......... ...'itusvil'e .. ............ 5 3 am 1 31. pm ....... .
........ .. .... ,,. Tavares. 5...... lam .... ........

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11 50 po 6 45 am 12 07 pm
11 l1 I'm 5 00am 11 15 aid
6 W pm ......... 8 40 am
8 T,, pm ........... 8 Wain
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The magnificent steamships of these lines are
Savannah to New York
(Central or 90g Meridian Time.) l
Kansas City...................Friday, May 4. 11:30 am
Chattahoochee..........Saturday, May 2, 1-00 pm
Nacoochee ................. Monday. May 4, 3-W0pm
City of Birmingham, Wed'day May 6, 4:01 ani
Ciy of Augusta...... Friday, May 8, 6-00 am
Tallaba ............ Saturday, May 9, 7:00 pm
Kansas City ..... .. .......Monday, May 11, 7:30 pm
Cbattahoochee ...Wednseday, May 13, 10.00 am
Nacoochee ...................Friday, May 15, 12.00 m
City of Birmingham, Saturday, May 16, 12:90 pm
City of Augusta ......... Monday May 18, 2:30 pm
Tallahassee..?..... Wednesday, May 20, 3:00 am
Kansas City.............. Friday, May 22A 4:00 am
Chattahoochee.... Saturday, May 23, 5:30 pm
Nacoocbee............. Monday, May 25, 6.:3 am



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