The Levy times-Democrat
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Title: The Levy times-Democrat
Portion of title: Levy times Democrat
Williston sun
Alternate Title: Times-Democrat
Alternate title: Williston sun Levy times Democrat
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Democrat Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Bronson Fla
Creation Date: November 13, 1890
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Bronson (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Levy County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Levy -- Bronson
Coordinates: 29.448889 x -82.636389 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1927?
General Note: Oliver J. Farmer, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 8, no. 49 (Nov. 13, 1890).
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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$1.00 Per Annum. BRONSON, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, NO VEMJJBER 13, 1890. FUL. 8. NO 49..-

The Times-Democrat. FARM AND HOUSEHOLD.

X An X mark opposite this notice
means that your subscription has
expired, and we would be pleased
to have you remit. If we du not
hear from you on the subject your
paper will be stopped. Please send $1
Bronson, Fla.

County Judge-Ben Friedman.
Clerk Circuit Court-J.1 M. Barco.
iBheriff-W-.'i H. Bingham.
3o1lector-W'. H. Anersont.-
Assessor-Louis Apiple.
Tjreasurr-W. J. 1Epperson.
supt.r Sif 5hl,-s. Philips.
burii.i or-D. L. Williams.
Governor--F. P. Fleming, Tallaliassee.
Secretary of State--Jolat L. Crawford,
I Attorney (General-VW. B. Lamar Monti
Treasurer-F, J. Pons, Sanderson.
ofinmiseioner of Lands-L. B. Womb-
'ell, Tallahassee.
Comptroller-\V. t). larnes, Tallahassee.
Adjutant-GTeneranl--David Lang, Cedar
ziipt. of Public Instruction--A. J, Rius-
sell, Tallahassee
.Snprenc Court-A. E. Ma.wefl, Chiel
Justice; Gee, P. Ranev, H, L. : itcheii,
Judges; It. W. V ilson, Clerk, Tatllahassee.
Circuit Court, Fifth JiudiciaI Circuit-J,
J. Finley, Judng, Oula; state's Attorney.
W. L. Wjigg, Palatka. -
RIegister--A.lex Lynetc.
tReceiver--V. J. Shipman.
Surveyor-Geaeral~ W. D. l31oxham, Tal-

Prompt and careful attention given
.to business, .-,- lyv
Ellin- M. lOTi.'I..
Nor.i{Y Pi .'l.L13L1,
J.-.a 'r Xj -a'--s *
VWIlLL give all BIiLLS for collection
sput me,'sp.clrriT'nliiT.T:oe "'

A.i ffitca-v-its
&o appro.v-zdL..
:3 0CIT OC_,3,33PO' fID -NCl.-
S1,01SO .. FlAT. .
Solicitor in Chancery.

Practice in all courts, office in TiMES-
DEMOCRATr building.

BdlacsmithE, Giismith


Is prepared to do any and all kinds
Spch as RepairiiBg BGatis WA'GON
Plows, Erc., at.short notice.
JB1'Cab fi)gt Woika Specialty.
., O-- T A '


ieeohps O hand a general assortment
of Ladiess, Misses' and Childrons
: ETC.,
of the latest styles. Also a fp]l lin
of MILLINtHiY Goob ,
Sow0V :T .LIOYD,

Cleaner and dye,


President-C. W. McElroy, Judson.
Sccretary-J. Cox, Bronson.
'Bronson-D. U. Marstollar, presi-
dent; S. E. Scarborough, secretary.
Blitch-W. 11. II. HBltch. president;
W. W. PottS, secretary.
Cow Pen Seat-C. D. Craig, press.
Elzcy--C. D. Pa-rkncuson, prcs.;
Jas. E. Bates, sec.
Iron Sink--Louis Appol, pres.; J.
L. Barrow, see.
Johnson-W. II. Stephens, press ;
L. E. Johnson, see.
Libcrty-iW. B. McElroy, press ; W
Watts, sec.
OranigaeIill-lHon. N. A. Blitch,
press. ; Geo. W. Willis, sec.
Pine Livel-J. T. Allen, press ; J.
IW. Du'r rrance, so',
Riverside -J. M. Love, pres.; G..
-W. Fletcher, sec.
Rocky lnummiock-James Collier,
pres. ; S. W. Ilfudson, sec.
Privilege-S. S. Walker, pres.; 1).
W. Walker, sec.
Shell Poinl-
UIion--0. C. S vindal, pres,; J.
Cox, sec.
Way Key-John B. Smith, press ;
J. H. Davies, sec.

J-A IESMA. 1AI-OC,_ E tr o.. _-

Now that organization enables the
farmers to act in concert, we think it.
good policy to hold their cotton back
to some extent-not to rush it upon
the market-glutting the- market," in
and of itself, depresses prices. Just
before new cotton. comes in, and when'
-the old crop has been pretty well con-
sumed and stocks are low, prices are
always high. As soon as the new crop
begins to appear freely in market the
price drops. Speculators buy w-hen.
the price is thus depressed, and profit
by the increased price that come hiter
in the season. The farmers hold that
the speculator is a superfluity, an un-
necessary factor in the case and shofild
be gotten rid of; and we agree with
them most thorougly, whenever the
farmers are in a condition to hold
their cotton. Somebody must carry a
cotton crop say from September to
September; it cannot all be manuiac-
tured in a day or a month, it is'being
worked up through the whole year;
Either, therefore, the farmer or the
manufacturer, or the speculator must
carry a large quantity, whilst it is
waiting to be manufactured. Which E
of the three should do it? We ani-
swer, the manufacturer and farmer.
The manufacturer must lay in stock
beyond his daily necessity. He can,
nut afford to put himself entirely a
the mercy of other parties, who could i
then shut down his mill at any mio-
ment, The farmer cannot afford to o
hold all his cotton an indefinite period, 1
because he needs money for current
expenses and for other purposes. His I
policy, therefore, is to sell some cots
ton, from time to time, as fast as the t
mills call for it, and it is the policy of f
the mills to call for and buy some
more than their daily demands re' -
quire. If farmers and mill men pur-
sued such a course, it is clear there
would be no place for speculators.
The course heretofore pursued, to-
wit: placing the bulk of the crop on
the market as soon as it cogui--- ut
in shape -
tv *

o Another evil attending the glutting
of the market in the fall, is that a
very large amount of money is re-
quired to move the crop in so short a
time-the result is money becomes
scarce, and this depresses prices still
farther. Under such circumstances
money kings can, by withdrawing
money from circulation, depress the
price of cotton at will and buy at their
own figures. If the farmers were out
of debt and had well filled barns, they
would be the masters of the situation,
and there -would be no need, for sub,
treasury or other plan to enable them
to reap the full rewardof their labors.
--Dr. W.. L. Jones, in Atlanta Con-

The rapid progress of the farmers'
organization in nearly every State in
the Union is decidedly' encouraging.
The conservative tone of its action
throughout the length and breadth of
this country is most gratifying. Whilst
the exactions of capital are goading
the Knights of Labor to desperation
and torturing these sons of toil into
frenzy, whereby, though a spirit of
revolt, lawlessness, bloodshed and ra-
pine is now imminent, the attitude of
the Alliance is un.elt'u ubed. .Moving
steadily f'iwrard under the white ban-
ner of peace, its forces are now en-
camped upon some of the strongholds
Lif thlieatemy, and e.'ry day brings
glad ingef fresh vitorits in this
peaceful but'i.rEetic rcti'raltioiu by
the farmers. '
In this ca!m and p"-aceful crusade
can bedistinelly heard the tolling of
the deathhuell to sectionalism. But
yesterday Illinots and South Carolina
diook hands in fraternal loveover.ihe
bloody chasm; to-day Kansas and
Florida have Lkeli-betuie the common
alta.r of our cu'htry and lighted their
fi ith in the redemption of the toiling
'I Eses from nthe baud of corruption.
,i. oppression. The shades ia Ihe
t.tter past have gone down forever in
vortex of oblivion. It is the sober
present with .which we have to deal.
and a brilliant future for which we
aim and struggle.
The attitude of the order in Flrida
has been conservative, not aggressive.
When we secured our cardinal prin-
ciples in the democratic platform,. our
victory was won, and we insisted that
the democratic party furnishlthe men.
rhey did so, and we intend to stand t
by them, with an abiding faith that t
they will never desert our colors be- i
fore the battlements of the enemy.
Should we be deceived, we have a
speedy remedy at hand and shall ex- %
ercise it.
Heretofore the farmer has been no I
match for his adversary. He never t
field his own against the trained sol- b
liers, or against the lawyer or politic
cian. In olden times he was a slavw,
n the middle ages a serf and in the
nineteenth century he-is a slave, serf
or master according to his environ-
ment. To-day the An-erican farmers
are awake to the impending crisis.
They subdued a continent and tur-
nished bread for dependents and man-
hood fbr civilization. They have f
ought their country's battles and ries- i
ued endangered liberty with their
conscious ballots. '
Vigorous in body, strong in charac- ic
er, lovers ot home, massive in corn- si
mon sense and fertile-in resources the w
farmers of America will never allow c
liemselves overwhelhned by the fate a
hat engulfed the sons of toil in cons a:
mental Europe, The benificent work o
ir hands has scarcely begun, s]
"'''its so far are but to serve s
for the great battle (
fought and won.- S
Farmer and Fruit e:
kiirect result of in- r
somach disorders. a
ausing- DeWitt's Lit- A
And your headache
Favorite little pill
B. Eppcrson,

My wife suffered for years from d(
ability and a general breaking down c
health, the-results of diseases peculia
to women. A few bottles of Swift
Specific (S: S. S.) restored her to pe:
feet health. It built her up, increase
hier appetite and weight, until she i
now the picture of health. Th
speedy recovery of my wife from he
long illness caused all my family, an
several of my neighbors, to take S. S
S. As a tonic we are all delight
Covington, 0.
My baby had the'worst case of ca
tarrh that I ever saw a small child af
flicted with. .The nasal discharge wa
very large and very offensive. Hav
ing some personal knowledge of th
curative properties of S. S. S. I gav
the baby a course of S. S. S., usinj
nothing else. In a short time the dis
charge from the nose stopped, aid th
catarrh was cured entirely and perma
nently, as there has been no return o
May 10, '90. Independence, 0.
Treatise on Blood and Skin diseases
Failed free.

He is calle l a shrewd and success
ful man, but of. his untold blunders
'before fortune smiled upon him there
is no recqrd.

-lf ai-~Tirt's were frank, just and
hourst, the major part of the virtues
would be useless to us. -

*The First Step.
.Perlhaps you are. run down, can'l
eat) can't sleep, can't thiitk;c,can't -de
anything toyour ?;'.ist'a~ lioim, and you
wolulcr what ails you. You should
iheed ihe l? nring you are taking the
first- step into Nervous .Prostration.
You need a'Nerve Tonic and in Elec-
tric Bitters you will find the exact
remedy for restoring yourni nervous
system to its normal, healthy condi-
Lion. Supirisi i. reil0hs follow the use
rf this g-rc-t Nerv Toiic aund Alter-
,i-ive. Your apl)pe tite i i!rIi, good
1ii2e'Tilull is restored, anid ilthe Liver
ind Kidle- irsume heliLiltlv action.
Try a bottle. Prico 50 ets. 'at J. M.
Jackson, & Son's Drug Store.

Barbari-in, recommences By the ex-
cess of civilization.

Ouir friends should give DeWitt's
Cough and Consuniption Cre a trial.
'. di, p..i.i,,i v.,nt, follows the use- of
his reliable medicine, and it merits
the praise received from all who use
t. J. B. E j|.er-.:in.

A philosopher is a man who doesn't
want the things he can't have.

-DeWitt's Little Early Risers; only
pill for chronic constipation, indiges-
,ion, dyspepsia. None so good. Sold
by. J. B.'Epperson.

Whoever has loved knows all that
ife contains of sorrow- and joy.

The Queen's last "Free *Trip' to
iurope" having excited such untive,-
al interest, the publishers of that poli-
lar magazine offer another and $200
r- expenses to the person sending
hem the largest list of English words
constructed from letters contained in,
ae three words "British North Amer-
?a." Additional prizes consisting ot
silver tea sets, China dinner sets, gold
catches I'French music boxes, portiere
urtains, silk dresses, mantel clocks,
nd many other useful and valuable
articles will also be awarded in order
f merit. A special prize of a seal
kin jacket to the lady, and a hand-
ome Shetland pony to the boy or girl
delivered free in Canada or United
states) sending the largest lists. Ev-
ryone sending a list of not less than
twenty words will receive a present.
end six U,. S, 2c. stamps for complete
rules, illustrated catalogue of prizes,
nd sample number of Thie (Queen.
Toronto, Cau.da,

Highest of all in Leavening Power.-.U. S. Gov't Report; Aug, -1, 8

An honest Swede tells his story in Oh, his ringing in the eari
ln: b u itab l g f Oh,- this hunnmming in the fieadl
plain but unmistakable language for Hawking, lloliug. snuffing. gasping, -
e- the benefit of the public. "One of my Watering eyes and Ibroata.irasplag.
of children took a severe cold and got the Health impaired and comfort ied,
.r qroup. I gave her a teaspoonful of till lwoul that I were dead
's Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, and in t what o to sufer h e w "th' ea
r- five minutes I gave her one more. By tarrhal troubles, when the wort e as '
d this time she had to cough up the gath- of chronic catarrh m the head are r-u
is ering in her throat. Then she went to lived and curedlbyhe. mild, ce .
.e sleep and slept good for fifteen minutes. d eang property of D ,
er Then she got up and vomited; then she sage's Catarrh Remedy. It purin8a
d went back to bed and slept good for the the foul breath, .by removing th
remainder of the night. She gothe cause of offence, heals the sore andl
S. remainder of the night. She got the.... e pse .. 5 -
d croup:the second night and Igave her i ges nd perfect.
the same remedy with the same good
results. I write this because I thought The apparent contradictions i .
there might be some one in the same niatuies confound judgment Thieu s
need and not know the true merits of so much of good in the worst, w'much
& this wonderful medicine."-Charles A, of evil in the best.
Thompseen, DesMoines,Iowa. 50cent
bottles forsale byJ.M. Jackson, Bron- The New Discoery, .
e son, and WV. C. Andrews, Archer, veeard your fend
e Love is. a bird that sings in the yneighborself be one ot i.he You may
g hr of om yourself be one o? the many who'
9 heart of woman. i fro personal expcrle!" io
how good thing itsis. If Yol'-Ave
e .Deafness Can't be Cured ever tied it, youiareoneof itstaunc :
by local applications, as they cannot friends. because the wgpiderIfi-tling'
f reach the diseased portion of the ear. li.al, itr. Khu's wenow Dlcoery.ge
There is only one way to cure deaf- after Iilds a place -in the house. I-
ness, and that is by constitutional vonu have never tsed it and abould b
remedies. Deafness is caused by an afflicted with a cough,- cold o1 ant
inamed condition of the thrlont, lung or.cheqt trouble, ;lL.e a
ame condition o e mucous ln-bottle at onceand give t a f trial.
ing of the Eustachian Tube. When Iit guaranteed every time, or motey
the tube gets: inflamed .you have a refunded. Trial bottles free at J. M,
rumbling sound or imperfect hearing, Tc, ckson'srdrug store.
s and when it is entirely closed, deaf-
ness is the result, and unless the iu- Don't blame a man fom. e g Tafa
flamimation can be taken out anid ihis he is only what others have'made hia, .
tube jeour--d t.,it -.minui cnLL diiou, .
hearing will be l.-,r,..i. ed f'oroever: ior lame back Ahere is nothing be.
nine cases out: Of ten a- enau.e, by erethan to saturateaflanael lothwid
s catarrh, which is not-hing but an iu- Chamberlain's Pain Balm and-bld it ,-
flamned condition of the mnucous S- on the afected parts. Try it andft. .
faWe .il give ne unrd dll will be surprised at the promptreliefit
t for hy -case ofn d,.Iattti causedd 1 afbords. The same treatment will ed
S,.alaerl) tlt we canii..t cure by lak- rheumatism. For sale by J.3M.M Ji -
Hall's Catarrh (Ci'-. Send rur ircu- son, Bron.son,adW.C.A0ndiw .A
ar-, f-re. J. CHENEY & CO.. cer .
'Tl-..do, 0. '
Suld bydr 7.3 cent The table is the only-place w ho ""
w'iwe dr.not get weary during the firt
One of the sweetest pleasures of hour.
woman is to cause regret. : :r -" :.-

1OU .4 1 IN A BA.D IiX The best salvp in the worldfor cat4
But we wil, cure ou if you will pay r ors, er, apped la
us, Men who are Weak, Nervous and Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Erup-
Debilitated, sullering frorn Nervous tions, anid olioitively cures Pilea, or no -
C-, pi$ jepmied. II is guaranteed to
Debility, Seiminal weakness, and all vi e per'flt sali'saction, or money re-
eficts of early evil habits, or later ine lu,-Jl",. Piic.' 25 cents per bux. For'
discretibona, whichlead to. -Premature sail b.y ,J. M, Jackson, x Son. -
Decay, Consumption or Insanity,
should send for and read the "Buk of t We salute more willingly an* a : :
Life," giving particulars of a Home .
Cure. Sent (sealed) free,V address- qaintane ina ,carriage than .a friend. ,
ing.Dr. Parker's Medical 'n1] Suu.ial a oot. : -
Institute, '11 North Spruce.St., Nah- :
ville,-Tenn. They guarantee a cure Many old soldiers, who contracted
or no pay.-The Sunday Moriuug. ch'ronicediarrhoea while in the service .
Sa have since been permanently cured of .
A LUiKY LADY. it by Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
MILAN, Tenn.,-23rd. Diarrhoea Remedy. Forsaleiy J.I ,,
Mrs. G. W. Combs, of Humboldt, Jackson, Bronson, and W.C. Andrewv,- ,
Tenn., a former resident of Lhis place, Archer.
has recently fallen heir to half a mil,ation oi th l
ion dollars left by her Scqtch grand- Constipation poiso s th blood De.. ...
father. She has forwarded proof cf Little Early Rise ure-co
stipation.. :The cause removed. tt
her relationship to the lawyer's and disease is gone, J.B. Elierson.
will receive her inheritance to-day.-
Evening Mail and Express, New York, The pretension of youth alw ya
Sept. 23rd, 1890. gives to a woman a few more year .
We are Mrs. Combs' lawy.:i s aIbyv than she really has.
her seeing our advertisemelit became A .o a. ..
the agents of her good fortune. We Acts at once, upve ie, e.i tt
,.... Cough and Cosumptioii Cre.- A A
have a number of similar claims in remedy for asthma, and that forth i.
our hands and expect to gain them. condition which accompanies 'a -' "
If your ancestors came from the old cold, J, B. Epperson.' .
country write us and enclose 25 cents
for reply, There are more than half TEN DO.ALAR.
a billion dollars in Great Britain alone, atCar toon e tied t ew"The h
The Mast Tetone Ie, V
unclaimed, which rightly belong to ''Desptll'su !- '
shown.in D oarnen. coat 04 e.-IM.
people in the United States, Isn tn re
59 Pearl Street, New York. -R. U. A Subscriber? :

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The fTi es-Democart. jFour Mile.-Mallory 39, Reed 3;
heTimes-De oart. Bloxham 34, Ball 0; Mabry 37, Chal.
S-- len 0; Blitch 36,Richardson 1; Pre-



ITHURSDAY, Nveinber 13, 1890.


H 8ePAPEM 7 Iu ( p .",-Ters ane t pel,
_Avert1elniZBur(auIOSpruco St.) w r adv'rtls ng



People Everywhere Repudiate
the Party of Triff Robbery

and Force Bills.
The election was a surprise to no
one more than to the republicans. In
the Norihern and Eastern States
--_ where the party of monopolies aild
corruption has always telt safe, the
people have risen, in their might and
the democratic flag waves over a, rq-
publican grave.
Quay, Reed, McKinley, and. Lodge.
Share dazted, they pri.ten1' uot to under-
st. and, Their. dishonest methods and
W ily machinations to rob the people
have been t isir ruin.
'iassachusetts, Pennsylvania, New
Yoik, Michigan, Indiana, Wisconsin,
S Connecticut and Minnesota come over
into the democratic camp,. and the
farmers of Kansas Cill invite bloody
Shirt Ingalls to stay at home,
: The republican majority in the
iHouse has beautifully faded, and the
democrats will go into the next session
w ith over a hundred majority.
SFlorida- Well, there will be but
one republican in her next legislature,
: :and he, poor fellow, is a hold-over.
The voLe ol Levy county is as fol-
lows: -
Bronson.-Mallory, democrat, for
... congress, 50; Reed, rep., 15; Bloxam,
ein., for comptroller, 48; Ball, rep.,
._ :(, Mahry, dem.. tfbr judge, 46; Chal-
len, rep., 8, Bliteh, dem.,jor rcpresen-
tative, 50; Richardson, rep., 7; Pre-
S. vatt, dem., for assessor, 52; Harvey,
iep., 6; Anderson, dem., for collector,
54; Shands, dem., for treasurer, 54;
Against Articles 1 and 2 89, against
S Aricle 3 58.
For justiCe of the neace.-J, E.
S -Jones 1, E. H. Lambert 1, O. J. Far-
er 8, Ben Friedman 3. ,
S Cunstable.-J. M. Stewart 8, H. B.
C- oulter 1, J. E. Jones 1, D. Graham
1, E. H. LaInbert 1.
Levy ville.-Mallory, 79, Reed 28;
S". ]3losham 58, Ball 27; Mabry 67, Chal-
e n 25; -Blitch 72, Richardson 36;
Sirevatt 80, Harvey 26; Anderson 73,
$ Shands :75; against Article 1 10i
a. inst Articles 2 and 3 101.
-* Ellzey.-Mallory. 37, Reed 10;
SBloxham-36, Ball 3, Mabry 37, Chal-
len 2; Blitch 35, Richardson 1; Pre-
V att 41, Harvey 0; Anderson 40,
L .. i 40 tfor Article 1 9, for Article
2 8, for- Article 3 9, against Articles 1
: nd 3 26, against Article 2 27.
County surveyor.-G. H. Worth
ington 11.
Justice of the peace.-G. D, Mens
; denhall 27. .
SOonstable,-J, T, Foster 31, W. E.
' -Yearty 1.
Cedar Key.-Mallory 119,. Reed
1307; Bloxham 115, Ball 96; Mabry
114, Ball 96; Blitch '18, Richardson
1.05; Prevatt 117, Harvey 97; Ander,
son 119, Shands 118, for amendments
each, against amendments 132 each,
Justice of the peace.-R, Y, H,
S Thomas 103, J. H, Sutton 65.
SHase Johnson.-Mallory 139, Reed
0; Bloxham 17, Ball 0; Mabry 18,
Challen 0; Blitch 18, Richardson 0;
Frevatt 18, Harvey 0; Anderson 18,
Shands 18; for Articles 1 and 2, 1
eaoh, against articles 15 each,
Atafford's Pond.-Mallory 20, Reed
S11; Bloxham 18, Ball 2; Mabry 19,
.Challen 1; Blitch 21, Richardson 2;
revatt 18, Harvey 2; Anderson 18,
Shands 19; against amendments 22
Williston,--Mallory 42, Reed 29;
S. Bloxham 42, Ball 4; Mabry 42, Chal-
,: 9; Blitch 44, Richardson 8; Pre-
vatt 33, Harvey 15; Anderaon 39,
Sand 387; against amendments 46
Costable,'---J, N. Willis 38,

for only 25 cents.

We sell more of DeWitt's Little
Early Risers than any other pill;
their action is easy,. do not gripe or
cause pain, are tue best reg'allgtor of
the liver, stomach and bowels. J. B.
Or you arc all worn out, r..-Hi .ood for nothing
it general c..i I':,. 'ry
It will curc you, and give a good appetite. Sold
by all dealers in medicine.

I13~ ~ YTHE W FO AL00
`450,000 ~ ETII0S1LSRv~AND I I~RAi. C4,[DRElfS QarPLEMEN1SI OR 5

vatt 39, Harvey 0; Anderson 35,
Shands 36; against amendment 38
Justice of the peace.-I. S. Pedrick
Constable.-Twiggs Allen 34.
Rosewood.-No election.
McElroy.-Mallory 65, Reed 4;
Bloxham 54, Ball 1; Mabry 65, Chalh
len 0; Blitch 65, Richardson 1; Pre-
vatt 65,- Harvey '4; Anderson 657,
Shands 67; for amendments 59 each,
against 4 each..
Justice of the peace.-Ira J. Carter
Constable.-Marion Griffin 67.
Shell Pond.-Mallory 28, Reed 23;
Bloxham 26, Ball 4; Mabry 26, Chal-
len 3; -Blitch 27, Richardson 9; Pres
vatt 27, Harvey 2; Anderson 27,
Shands 27.
The total vote Was small,. but the
result is highly satisfactory, as the
following democratic majorities will
Mallory's majority over Reed for
congress, 268.
Bloxham's majority over Ball for
comptroller 399.
. Mabry's majority over Challen for
judge, 424.
Blitch's majority over Richardson
for representative, 326.
Prevatt's Majority over Harvey tor
assessor, 338.
Anderson and Shands, with no ops
position, received 488 and 491 votes
The majorities against the amend,
ments are 374,375 and 353.
These figures are official.

Miss Rose Elizabeth Cleveland in
the October number of Lippincott's
Magazine says: "The future of Flor,
ida does not depend upon her phos-
phate, in which there may or may not
be millions of dollars to be resowu
withinler-soiL_ It dot._ not -depend
upon her fruits, which industrious ap-
plication of intelligence and care iWill
make competencies to any man or wo-
man who will persevere in their culb
ture. Ii does not depeud upon its veg-
etables, or its lumber, or anything else
already proven, or proving, or to be
proven a resource of the country.
Without any one of these Florida
has a future as certain and as long and,
as int rcaing as time, and that in her
climate-in her'air alone." -

Few people know it, yet it is a fact,
that Florida has iron ore, and of a very
fine grade. Near Bronson, in .Levy
county, are immense deposits, which
assay higli, (we have forgotten the fig-
urea now). Just before the close of
the war the Confederate government
had decided to establish a blast furnace
here, and a body of men, experts, were
on their way, at Thomasville, when
the surrender came. Since, nothing
has been done.to bring it into, notice,
except one.- Some Birmingham .par-
ties were- here, but not having any
money themselves, did not succeed in
doing anything. The geological sur-
yey by'the general government- will
most likely make a thorough examina-
tion of the deposits and bring their ex-
istence into notice.-Florida Gazeteer.

A Word to Young Men.
Young map, be sober. Don't dis-
count the possible .brightness of your
own future by falling into maudlin
and disreputable ways. Young men
make their own future. It is built
upon the foundation laid in early life,
and its structure and its coloring are
of their own providing. Heedless
and dissipated ways in youth do not
lead to high places or to happiness.
The solid men, of earth, its benefactors
.of all creeds and callings, are of those
who gave heed to their ways in the
day when character was in its primi
tive state, and whose love of the good
and the true was stronger than the
temptation to waywardness and aban-
donment. Be sober, be true, be con-
stant, be watchful against the begin.
nings of evil; then thou wilt be able, in
the days to come, to meet either good
fortune or adversity in conscious su>
priority to both. The stars in all
their course shine not upon a man
whose usefulness and happiness have
risen above the level of his aspirations.

Use Brown', Iron Bitters,
Physicians recommend t.
All dealers keep it. $1,0 per bottle, Genuine
has trade-mark and crossed red lines on rapper.

The Times-Democrat three months

NOTICE. o other Weekly Paper gives
U. S. Land Office, Gainesville, Fla..)
November 5, 1890. 9 TUge
Complaint having been entered at this To any NEW SIUB
office by Fred Porter Rush againstWilliam address anid 1.7d5 in
A. Crane lqr abaiiloniug lais lloniestead THE YOUTH'S COQMPA
Entry No. 20105, doted Februarv 27, 180 This offer includes the
aipon the NE quarter of sectiou'10, Town New Yearess, Easter and
ship 10 5. lRangge lto E,, in Lewvy county, a Address, THE
Fla., with a view to the cancellation of
said entry; the said parties are hereby
summoned to appear at this office o toe
24th day of Dec., 1890, at 10 o'clock a.m., NOTICE' FOR PUBLICATION.
to respond and furnish testimony concern-
ing said alleged abandonment. LAND OIFFICE, AT GAINESVILLE, FLA.,)
ALEX. LYNCI, Itegister. October 1,5, 1890. f
V. v,. SIPMAN, Receiver. Notice is herelv Liven that the following
The tcatmlony will be taken before Ira named settler hans iiled notice of his inten-
J. Carter, N. P., at his office in Judson, tion to make linal proof in support oi his
Fla., on VWednesday, Dec. 17, 189), at-o na. claim, i. ld that said proof xN ill be made be-
nl. fore ,J. 31: Barco, Clerk Circulit Court, at
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Bronsona, la., on December 15, 1890, Viz:
Land Office at GAINESVILLE FLA. JOHN M. i IRAWN, of Barco, Fla.,
Oct. n ts lid. No. 151!9, flor tle No:; of SE, SWij
Oct. 29 1890, oet SEY4 and SE (Ir. ofSW W.lr. Sec. 13 Tp. !4
Notice is herebyv given that the lollowing- ad SE r. of
naaned settler has tiled notice of his inten- Ie 'names the following witnesses to
tion to make final proof in support of his prove his continuous residence utlpoun and
clainiand that said proof will be made be- cultivation of, isid laand, viz:
fore Iegister and Receiver at Gainesville, Isaac S. 'ediick, Ilarrison lilitch, John
Fla., onl Dc. 20, 110, v .iz: B. Stanley, I)avid 31. Armstrong-, .all of
ALBERT McllENRY, of Levyville, Barco, Fhi.
Hd. 12932, for the SE quarter of NE quar- 2-6w Register.
ter Sec. 12T'. 12 S. R. 15 E.
HRe nanies the- following witnesses to NOTICE FCO, PUBLICATION.
prove his continuous residence upon and ] LAND OiFIICE, GAINESVI.LE, FLA.)
cultivation of said land, viz: oct. 15, 1890.
SJaimes Adams, Pompey Norris, Sanmuel e t. t 1 .
White, Willialm Adams, of Levvvillt, Vla. Notive is le-""'y ven that tle followin-
A LEX. LYNCH, -ame. -, '. i i, tiled notice of his intea-
2-w *- Rel-istr. tion t' .-. I 11 p roof il sii)port of Iis
t claim, anpd hat siutt proof will be miuadebe-
fore ,. 1M. Hiarco, clerk of 'rcuit Cour t at
NOTICE. .Bronsoa, l-'!a., on Dei'emler 15, 18 !>, viz:
Land Office at Gainesvileo, ., la. A I.I.N 'TINi ., .,
Oct. 21, Sii(. 1 o-e of tele in-s 'f.r th -h l:irso of Snrah A.
Notice is hereby L;i .:n I, ti.. f.,, --Vv i. T;ladn i, a ,f i'-. 1 !:.., lid. 5-o. 15218S, for
IlaII.-.I -eliil-r has l.,ll an ia-.. l ,,i h- I I.i. W I..N v l : -- .'.; ol XE% of Sec.
Gt, I... i, al e linal proof in si ppoort of his 12, 1 1V i>t t, t. ".
i iIa, aiaad ahat said proof v. ll i,, i,,.,,, l ll,, l laim t i ,!owl-:M witnesses to
f,1, ..ul,.- Ci-'cuit Court. ill I,,- l ,,l O ir s r.n-iidc(-e upon, and
til: l.l l, ..l -1 id .d ,111 1.[ a ,,..,ll i.,.,u 1, 1 ,,,,of, s11 h.-.:.v :
DPe. 23, '1 ', a, e t .1. B. ith
,J(aN.\ ,J. BARBER, II f.:., K,. I'aL, ., ,, I l a it ,. FSmithl
(. .,I \\ Ih -',, <., 11 al' o[i!B-' son FIla.
Ihi. 77,. i ', '-., I... ALEXAND LIn. tN
Nl:tjq.lrh.I iand \ nW N. *,I.II.i 1 ,.. : 1. 357-a\w l..gister.
Si tS. It. 19 E. I I
lie nIi I,,.- lIt it'. l,:\ I l,-.. ( i .
.ilt n i a lien ,.I. .i i ,1. I1 d, ;l ,l (" i ,. l'i" .-Oct. .i 1i .
-'lumiiier, .J. K Hl ill, .I a ll i n ,..-'. -1-I. T il i '_ I -ibs-t ner of the (4eueral
A LLY L^,..X '11, I.n, i .,'ll., Ina 1 ,ih,.,aL.. '.-.i i> ,l. i, -

LAND OFIICE AT GAINED ILL] r.A. I 1;. 1 II \- 1.. Inn ,nIIa -',Iai
Oct. -', '1. *. -
N eo tic i hl r g ,i ,in l lh i[ I.h I...ll.:.'v.i _- ll I l 'l =' .. .l.'i '' '
naani Ied ,e ih.-r has li-it nI-a ,.'- h;.. ,ni, i,- ; l. '*,, .r, ,-I i l % kP.-. I i '. I -i .
nf ed I.-tle-rhak1 011,;,,~ Ili(- I. I -A I I N
tion to n.ik nrual i-I Il i ...I l l-0 i i. ... 1 .1 i 11 -.
Cel.l in, nid li.,t s.1 i, I I.1..-i % i all n. i.l .- I' l '.. n...
i - 1. l l i a r c o :A l. k ., I I. li i- i a'. I a,. [ I I l a I n nl n- h 'i,, In n n' I ,i l i. h _
BIronson., Fl.i.. oii --in -'abt r 2 i. -Y'nn, ai% : 1' I a' In ', .. ,.--- i .,
S:.X 1. N 1 a :. 1
WILLIAM F. INi .i'1\M, r, i l'-Y1- ... .a I l\. .: .
\t o. I, Fla., -
,lid. NO. llin.l, l.l Ihe s.-\' *i,,.rtr o.1' W ( u i i :'e l <. Ii ,'L ,ii ,i 4 l | '. 1 1 l '.. ; E 1 .1 I .
l ie nI -,l : l-:...- I il o'% iii--. V. illesseE to ) L.:, '.H' i t. .1 A ..'a- :- I L L.\ ,
eIr1 e his evait,,ll diiu,, r:-ial- rrue upon miinl a..n I '. -, 1 '.
cultivation 6f. said land, viz: N' .,-;'- i l' -i, i.nI il,.it i..- [. ,
John R. l'lau ii.r, F. S. Bushniell, Isaac 1 nl.,, 1 l ...- i .1 1i ,.,I l ira...i-
H all, Jam es "nbui% r, *ill 1l; ,,, lo. ["1,1. i ,iii *. iv t il d I. f.... In i ipl,, -c ,,[ 1 .1 i-.
14-6W -" r l... .'iltir., -u, l ,,. ,i,1-',- ih ln |l iI, ,n .,- C K. lI I;i l'"
L 4 il '. :11t l i .'ln-."il I -]l a 1, ^'\. .u N % .
NO ICE. 1-it\: :
1I; N' ,,,N [.\ 1w l-. ,, B4.ir-.-,, Fla..
In Cirl' it Court, 5th Ju lih.i':il C'i-ciil Ild. I ['., 11. Ih-: -L'., ,' r .. -. l. I.i a. P.
o! Iloridn, Levy Countyl--in (haii- aiC-I .
aery. ---la,,' ',', ',,,--' i,.'. ,. i ,n.. -nn ... -h
SJ. Y. Burke ,i t ..n, "i,. B ui ,. \, i
w vs.- n! lne .i a 1 '. I ri J. W Chesser-, M itary ('-. U.or.:-ci..-in :. I,. b ..I in ... 1..,., 111,1 ialn il .
ser, A. J. Lynn and Zany I i-Ain >.-. v ni .1 1,,.I
Lynn. -j A.\LE-1.ANj11 I. YN_.II1,

Ulh1.1r nid1 l, virtue ot a decree 01of
t.,r -, -- ;, ? i lld % 1 l d i ,l\ .\ 1,1, 1 ,,, 1 1- ,. -I
in and by the Circuit .-- r i i,,'r II I'll
Judicial Circuit of Flor.l a Ii i... a ...,n.I
in a certain cause therein pending in cihan-
cery, wherein J. V. Burke is .,.m.n|l.ih ,ii
and J. W. Chesser, Mary il. h-.- r, A. ...
Limn and Zany Lynn irn.- ,i.lhI1-'., I
shall sell to thehighest and I -'-t el.i, r for
cash, in front of the court house door in
the town of Bronson, on Mlonday, the 1st
day of December, A. D., 1890, within the
legal hours of sale. all that certain lot,
pii-..,, i, .-t o"- parcel of land living, situate
andit l,-ing in the county ot'Levy and State
of Florida, and more particularly known
and described on the public mnaps as fol-
lows, to-wit: 'The NE quarter of section 1,
Tp. 14, range 18, containing one hundred
and sixty acres more or less, together with
all and singular the appurtenances there-
unto belonging or in any wise appertain-
inug. urchaser to pay for titles.
W. l. 1 IlGllAM, Special Master,
H. B. 'O ULTER, Complts. Sol,

courtt Hlouse ; 60 acres cleared,
25 under fence. 50 orange trees, 35
bearing. 3 large pecan trees bear
heavy crops. Railroad rmins through
place. As good farming laud as there
is in the State. If you mean business
and want tull particulars, write to or
Bronsoan, Fla.


only $2.O0 per 100 square feet, Makes a
good roof for years, and anyone can put it
on. Send staimn for sample and full par.
ticulars. GuM ELASTIC ROOFING Co.,
39 & 41 West Broadway, New York.
Local agents wanted.


To be given to the subscribers of The
IVeekly A ews, Savannah, Ga.

Send for particulars and sample copy

A chm'oe to get sonmethig for nothing.

21.Ar l l e. I( I:.;I
lotie.- a- h,-n.i., i ,'; r in lIla,. n i f-,lli.'. ,. -
nami ed _:l-- .i ha I '_- li.a ,l hi.-M 1 .'-e L -., 1 l..in-
tion to ial.- hn.I proofiin support of his
claim, and that said proof will be made be-
fore tile Judge Circuit Cosrt, or in his ah-
sence the Clerk, at Bronson, Fla., on Nov.
24th, 180) vOiz: -
Hd. 15079, for the EA of SW- and NK
of SEs o( See. i T. 14. R. 19 E.
lie names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon, and
cultivation of, said land viz:
N N. B. 'hummer. Joseph Plummer, Geo.
D.'Murrilt, F. W. ilitch, all of b'arco, Fla.
Alex. Lynch, Re(gister.

,Land Office at Gainesville, Flai.
Sept. 26, 1890.
Notice is hereby give that the following
namod settler has filed notice of his intel
tion to make final rooft'in stipport of. hI
claim, alda l that said proof will be made be
lore Register and Receiver at Gainesvilhi
Fla., on December Ilch S190, viz:
DANIEL A. WALKER, of Morganvill
Ild. 17)n39, for the Wy, of NWY and WY (
SWNV % of 'Sec. 36. T. 14 S. R.18 Vi
1-1e alames the following witnesses t
prove his continuous residence upon, an
cultivation fol, said land, viz:
Allen Roberts, of 31orgauville; 8olomo
Osteen, of iBarco; Andrew J.larkihain an
Joseph A, Marklham, of Morganville, FlI
Alex. Lynch, Ileister.

J. P eddici, J. L. Willis

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S.S onlyneepoaryso end ret-
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SS /o merchant or express ent
SZia o0 ,y '' and the Or gan w p
shIpped promptly o ta
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In Circuit Court." 5thi Judicial Circuit
of Florida, Levy County.
J6seph Wilson, .
To Attachment sum
Tiona B. Williams and S: worn to $13.;33.
W, T. Williams, her I
H sand, J
You iare hereby notified that said "
ilt'ff ia inslit ted a sa it by at
against volu in said court, at-.
attachment therein has be'
thle ifhllowinlg described
said Levy county, Floi-
of NE quarter' andNE'
tar, Sec 28, Tp l' 12, S of
required to appear be!
J. Finley, Judge of oei
ait Bronson, Fla., on
l' I)eeelber, A. D.,
default will be given
you. Given under
said Couit, this the 5r
D., 18911 J.
iPal l
B. Coulter, Comr

Read the TIMEs-1

in County Court,
Levy.County, yFloriila.
wlhere-ns. v illininm I. Andersni, adtmin-
istrator de bonis sno1 of the estarle of' A l. -
IlodI"es, inte o' lo vvv countv dace:ee;I;,(l, 1ia
filed in theit' te fice oth County d'.e. or
said colnlty a svritten suggestion of the
inlsolve'e of said es.it.ate;
zoltiet is hereby given to ill iper. onsi hav-
ing cllaiasai>ist said testlte, on' any na-
ture InI hC.ilsover, tIo file the sZalre duly Vaui-
lih'ti(cIntcd. inl thl e ot iceC of tle Ionilty
Jlld .- o' fsaidt ('Ouil'a olr o li,-inr' lthe 1st
Mia nv in l,1:v, A. I)., 1.1, hie stmie
being li,'e -hlla diry Ih41W of, l;at 0ich tinle
hlp "^-t.. a-)ro rala tpaytvin sit to credi-

Land Office at Gainesville Fla I
October 2, 1890.
Notice is hereby given that the following
named settler huas iled notice of his inten-
tion to make linal proof in support of Ilis
claim and that said proof will be made be-
fore .Judge, o0- i. his absence (Clark Circui&
Court at tronson, 1'la., on ,Noy. 20, 1810,
(ALVIN K. WATSON, of W illiston,Flaa.,
IId. 19(-41, for the s W \, of Seorton 22, T.
1P S. 1R. IH E.
lie naloes the ftilowliiag witnesses tp
[itn lIs olatilaolls r-esidenes uI1ponl and
eC!'lai'nthn oisuid ltnd vIz:
C. 1'. Halle. of Williston, FVia., Ben
BBrook-. ironson Lewis aild Joseah Plum-
mer of iarco, Fla.
Alex. L: nbh, Register.

'i Fl'ordl a.
Tle y. wain, w:itnce;
otiled that a writ ol at-
ren issued againstt you,
bed to sJutY '-,'-

alippar heIor
idg\e ti aut for
at ri(S)naP, lYla.
I,,r ol, I),., 0)1, i,
,11on1, Ji. lgnlnt will
vou, anli y.olr prolert.ry
*of Se0ptanber. A. D.,

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The Times-Democrat.

(Entered at the P. O. at Bronson
as second class matter.)

We are not responsible forth views
3x xiressed by our correspondeniis.

THITURSDAY, November 13) 1890.


Mr. J. M. Barco requests us to state
that the committee will be ready to
receive exhibits for the Alliance ex,
Position on Nov. 25th, the first court
day, and the various sub-Alliances are
urgently requested to have all exhibits
in on that day. This is important.
"fNoy. 16. .
--Eggs sell for 25c. ,
-Thanksgiving is Nov. 27.
-Cotton brings 5c. this week.
-The school board met Tuesday.
-A refreshing shower fell Tuesday.
-Go to Bigham & Rogers for your
syrup barrels,
-P. H. Smith called ani gave us a
"wheel" last week.
---Buy your syrup barrels from
SBigham & Rogers.
-Mjrs. Joseph Hurst, of Tampa,
was in town-last week.
F. Jackson'returned last week
froti a trip to. Lurayille.
-Judge A, B. Coulter has returned
to Bronson from a visit to Waldo.
:'J.B. Coarsey shipped 52,000 lbs.
of cotton to Oaiaesville this week.
li Miss Belva Thomas, of Cedar Key,
attended the institute here Tuesday.
Odious Richardson's political corpse
was interred at Cedar Key Tuesday

-The T.-D. thanks its i
H. C. Vezey, of Fhilad
copies of the Record of tha
training news of the big
victory in the Keystone St
ida.sends greeting.
-The teachers' institute
Monday and Tuesday was i
attended, but the time was
by those present. Miss Li
a splendid instructress, at
pleasure to hear her talk.
-The preliminary sur
railroad between Branford
nellon is being made. Th
between Bronson and Aibi
county is bound to have a
more railroad in the near fu
"'Sum Teechus' and Oth
ers," by Eilama, is crowd
will appear next week. A
teresting communication fr(
et," of Levyville, and ann
"Jayfate."- Be patient wii
we will catch up when our
gets over his first homesick
-We acknowledge, wit
the receipt of'a compliment
Farmers' Alliance expositi
opens in Ocala Dec. 1. If.
anything that would look w
Levy county exhibit, send i
tor J. M. Barco, who will
urejin forwarding same. I
to make this exposition the
ever beld in Floria.
-Will Cottrell was killed
gomery on last Thursday bj
Police Gerald. Capt. Gera
rested Cbttrell the.day befc
upon Cottrell swore he
Gerald, and sent him a
The-latter procured a shot
when Cottrell came up to
both barrels of the gun wer
into him. Gerald gave hi
and was released. We s
with the dead man's friends

J. B. Epperson shipped 40,000 him with all his faults.
-ounds-ot-eotton--(thirn.sv i I lh '-thnin --. -
week. PROGRAMS [
Col. T. D. Hawkins, of St. Mary's, Of the County Institute,
Ga., was looking after his interests here at Levyvi 1n
this week. 1. Song 10:30 a. m.
2. Prayer by Dr. Bean.

-Rev.. Holbrook, a Christian min-
Ister, preached in the court house last
Friday night.
-Misses Sallie and Annie Coulter
are visiting relatives and friends at
Stafford's Pond.
-We are glad to learn that Miss'
.Madge Brewer is rapidly recovering
from her serious illness.
SC, M. Carter went to St. Augustine
last week to take his son Guy to the
" deaf and dumb institute.
Profs. Corr,'Mitchell and Orr were,
distinguished visitors to the institute
held here Monday and Tuesday.
-Dr.-J. M. Jackson, Sr., attended
eampmeeting at Pine Grove last week,
and is taking a well earned vacation.
The mmutes ot the teachers' local
institute-of the Williston n6ighbor-
hood were handed 'in too late for this
-Barco is to be congratulated on
having two mails a week now, instead
'of one. -The mail.comes in Wednes-
days and Saturdays.
' C., Doke and B. J. Davis have
gone into partnership and opened a
general store at Judson. We wish
the new firm success.
--A biography of that "leading re-
publican," 801. Bachman, by 0. Rich-
ardson, is crowded out of this issue.
Will appear next week.
Bryant McDaniel, of Morganville,
called in yesterday and renewed his
subscription. 'His town. now has a
semi-weekly mail service.
-Just received-Car load salt I
will sell for the next 30 days at the
remarkably low price of'$1.05 per sack.
Nov.10, '90. T. J. YEARTY, Agt.
---The old boiler'and machinery
belonging to W. J. Epperson has been
purchased by' McBride & Shugart,
wiho will takeit to Apopka to be re-
S paired when itwill be put up at
-Rev. M. M. Wamboldt, of Jack-
sonville, who has conducted services
S inthe Baptist church every night
this week, will preach again to-night
and Friday night. All -ire cordially
invited to attend.
Smail in size, great in results: De-
Witt's Little Early Risers. Best pill
for constipation, best for sick head-
achrs, best for sour stomach. J. B.
Epperson, .

3. ,Reading minutes 10:45
4. Why should schools 'b
By J. W. Quincy. 11 a. m
5. How to develop the po
dependent thought.-Miss A
11:20 a. m.
6. Should teachers make
of keeping in those who mis
Bean. 11:35.
7. How to teach reading i
classes.-Wm. Harris. 11:1
8. How to teach spelling.
I. Stanfield. .12:25 p. m.
Song. 12:30.
Noon intermission.
9-* Song. 1:25.
10. How to conduct a cl
vanced grammar. C. Sumn
11. How to teach per ceo
B. Lewis. 2:05. -
12. How to' teach writi
Minnie Quincy.' 2:40.
13. How to get pupils t
night.-Mrs. J. A: William
14. Question box. 3:35.
15. Election of officers ar
meeting in December. 3:4{
16. Song, 3:55.
17. Adjournment, 4.
What "counter jumper"
know if Mallory would -beat
the general election; if he h
ter read the T.-U. more; i
found out where Aplalachicc
is; what geography he stu
atteidding the Normal- Inst
from what grammar he lear
"ten cent," instead of ten ce
If the association will
same effect on lips as cani
did on two of our youhg g
who attended the latter an
plate attending the forme
they hadn't better be caretu
use them?
Why a certain young ma
drive a certain buggy Sun
noon following the county i
he feels sore over it; if he i
to make Mr. McDonell
friend, and what for?
If young ladies are above
par now,-and if some of u
lows could make a purchase
and one so valuable as the
son did a few days since?
If a certain young man a
social near Williston Frida
Oct. 24, wasn't somewhat d
ed, and why? Jf his part
afraid of driving his "doi
hard the first four miles con
social, and if both of them i
1f'eee before they got home,
When.our "deputy" will

friend Mrs. "Horn" to Bronson, and if it isn't the
elphia, for prettiest "Horn" he ever saw?
t city cone Who will be successful in the court-
democratic ship race, Coarsey, Sr., or Glisson?
ate. Flor- Why the Bronson young men are
so willing to contribute to the Archer
quilt, and from whom they expect,
held here their reward? Selah!
not largely COMBINTED.
well spent
ieuellen is "AUiance-' Cones Out.
nd it is a October 26,. 1890.
Editor Times-Democrat.
vey for a In Mr. Gomm's communication of
and Dun- Oct. 18, is unquestionable evidence of
e line runs a depraved nature, coupled with a
ion. Levy feeble intellect and unbalanced mind.
SIn his last letter he tries to make it
,t least one appear that I have attacked him' in
iture. some manner, while the correspond&
ier Teach- ence shows that I am simply repelling
-his attacks upon me. His editorial
d out, but advising a call meeting of the Far-
Iso an in- mers' Alliafice for a political caucus I
om "Crick- krew to be wrong and injurious, and
their from in my criticism on that article I made
th us, and no personal allusions whatever. I
dealt with his arguments, not him.
new devil But in place of trying to defend his
ness. first position, monkey-like he runs up
Ih thanks, his pole and makes faces at me, and
intimates that Alliance is a traitor
tary to the and false to his obligations. He calls
on, which loudly for my name in his last letter.-
you have He could have saved himself a vast
'ell in the amount of bluster by asking for it at
Sto Dire first. But he well knew who Alliancme
was. I have frustrated too many of
take please his plausible schemes for him to have
,et's unite any doubts on that point. My excuse,
grandest if I need any for the course I took, is
that experience shows that Mr. Gomm
is unfit to advise or conduct any busi-
d in Mont- ness. Nothing but wrecks and failures
y Chief of lie scattered in his track. I never in
ld had ar- single instance knew him to favor
any practical measure, and I hu nestlv
ore, where- believe it would require a surgical op-
Vould kill eration to get one into his head. He
challenge. says "one enemy in the. camp is worse
gun' and than a'thousand outside." The truth
Sh offi of that assertion is certainly exempli-
his office fled in his own person, for the de-
e emptied pressed condition of the Alliance in
self up, ibis county at the present time is en-
ympathize tirely due to his acts. He seen~ at
who loved lhoue in detscribiug the qualities needed
to cut a throat or pick a pocket.:-I
SregarJd such vaporing as the futilke-er-
l.)lrl5 ior w!'-.l..:~a.nl f_.t., lr.., .
science to divert attention ft'rom his
to be held own misshapen record. I will state
that I have the other copy of the
Youth's Companion that he so kindly
advised, and I feel that I am quiLe
presentable in any honorable society.
5. And as a matter of duty I advise him
De graded? to secure a copy of the Decalogue and
. .. study it carefully, as he is accused of
viulating several of its commanduients.
)werpin-' among others, the ninth. Now I am
MIadge Ice. not so rnsh as to clairn that the above
advice, if followed, kill make the
a Practice gentlemen presentable, but it will at
s?-Dr. S. least fill a void. Now, it Mr. Guamm
will publish the sub-treasurv bill in
n primary the Ti.McsDrtoCRAT, I 'will give
.rim ample re's-.)ns for pronouncing it a
fraud and a humbug. But I decline
Ms +" a discussion on the same grounds the
coon gave the polecat: the odor that I
should acquire during the contest
would more than offset the benefit of
a victory. I will also state that -I
ass in ad- shall not feel aggrieved at anything
us. 1:45. Mr. Gomm may say discreditable to
us. -1:45. me in the future, nu-ithor .hall Ireply
ntage.-0. to any more of his slang asit i sen-
tirely innocuous. It is his friendship
ing.-Miss that hurts. Besides I feel my inferi-
ority in this kind of warfare. I shall
to study at not even hazard a guess- as to where
s. 3,05. he acquired his remarkable stock of
epithefs which he so freely hurls at
nd place of me, but I doubt whether they could
be duplicated outside of a peniten-
tiary. S. QUINCY.

Can a newspaper please 'everybody?
It cannot. Ought everybody be
pleased? No. Why not? Well, if a
EEK. newspaper please everybody, and if
wanted to everybody were pleased, the time
d Call in spent here on earth would be so fear-
f he has fully monotonous that the people
Ila county would not care how soon the old globe
died while on which we reposed went to pieces.
itute, and A newspaper must rattle the dry
-ned to say bones, make everybody mad, be boy-
nts? cotted, kick up jack, tell the truth, ex-
have the pose falsehood, lay bare hypocrisy,
ntpmeetng fraud and the like, hnd then trust to
entlemen's .
id contem- the sober second thought of all fair
r, and if minded people.-Exchange.
1 how they
By selecting the right sort of land
Sailed to one can raise vegetables from July to
day after- July in Florida. Use care in plowing
institute; if and distributing the fertilizer, and let
isn't trying your ground stand two or three weeks
a special after itis plowed before planting.
Now is a good time, to sow Bermuda
or below onions, and, C. M. Boggess, of Ft, Og-
is poor fel-" den says, in regard to keeping cabbage:
I as cheap Before Christmas dig a hole on the
south side of your cabbage, bend the
head down, put some straw on and hat 1
attendingg a
y evening, up dirt. They will keep all winter
disappoint, and until you eat them all up. Pull

tner wasn't up rutabagas and spread on a dry
nkey" too flodr, and they will keep as long as you
ming from want them.-Florida Facts.
didn t most
--Why not try the Times-Democrat)
bring his three month bfor 25 cents.

When you got married to the COME TO -BRONSON
brighest and best girl in the county,
where did you look for that notice' TO BUY YO UR GO ODS AND SELL YO UR CO TTO ,
that meant s) much to you and so little


At the Epperson old stand, has a full and complete stock of



to nearly everybody else?' To your
home paper.
When your home was invaded by
the blue-eyed girl or the baby boy, to
whom did you make it your business
to convey early information as to the
sex, the time and the weight? To the
the editor of the home paper.
In after years, when some manly
young fellow takes the blue-eyed girl
to a home of his own, or your once
bouncing boy-now a man-is given a
partnership in the store, because he
has just brought home somebody else's
daughter and set up an establishment of
his own, to whom do you personally
exhibit the wedding presents and load
up with the bride's cake, and to whom
do you look for that complete descrip-
tion of the interesting event, down to
the last pickle fork and individual
salt, which once more means so much
to you and a "very few others, and so
little to any body else? To this same
editor of that same home paper.
And when trouble comes in the
home, and you add to your possessions
that desolate bit of realty, the lot in
the cemetery, and somehow the sun
dosen't seem to shine just as it used to,
and there's the flutter of crape at the
door and the odor of the tuberose in
the front parlor, and the chair that
has for years been beside yours at the
fireside and.opposite you at the table
is vacant-when all this happens,
who makes it his business to write in
tender strain of the one whose life had
grown to be a part of yours, and
whose svmiathy and good deeds to
others have long been known and rec-
ognized, if never publicly announced?
The editor of the home paper; and
he's only too willing to do the little
that he can to help you over the bard
spot in the road.
- _31 tho .....n --,i' advertised
in this home paper and d.,ne what you
could to help the editor fight your
battles in municipal and county mat-
ters, and encouraged Lim 'as he has
worked to build up the town' and-
briug business to it?-Exchange.
We were shown on Tuesday last two'
sweet potatoes, one of which weighed
bti pounds and measured twenty inches
in circumference: the other one
weighed 51 n'ounds and measured
twenty two inches the long way and
seventeen inches,.around. They were
grown at St. Francis, and on what:
many of us would call scrub land
There was nu fertilizer used except a
few ahles from a brush heap, all of
which go to prove what we said in our,
last issue that -the productiveness, of
our soilis uinquestionl. Who can
beat it?-Florilda Facts.
Mr. Harry Jarboe, of Summit, has
been in town during the past week
shipping lemons to Meriden, (Conn.)
from the Palmer grove, and has
received as high as $7.50 per box for
former shipments', and none. has been
sold for less than $5 per box. It ap-
pears from this that it pays to have a
lemon grove just at this time. Mr.
Jarboe says that if these lemons had
been shipped six weeks earlier he
would have realized $8.00 and $9.00
per box-Florida Facts.
There never was wa crime committed
that did not leave its mark on the face
of the man who committed it.
Men can kill just' as positively by
keeping money in their pockets as
they can by taking revolvers out of

-"I say, Mrs. Douglas, can-you tell
me how to get up some new dishes to
please my family? They have grown
tired of mush and milk three times a
day." -
Mrs. Douglas-"Why, Mrs. Brown,
I am surprised that you have not
heard'the news. Go to the TIMES-
DEMOCRAT office, pay one year's sub-
scription in advance, and the Editor
will give you the American Farmer
one year free. In it.you cannot only
learn how to make new dishes, but
you get many instructions from the
Ladies' Department of great value. I
could not do without the American
Farmer now.
The American Farmer is just the
periodical for our farmer friends. It
is a splendid magazine devoted to the
rarm and farming. The subscription
price is one dollar per year, but don't
forget that we send it to yoe FREEE,



StaDle ana Fancy Groceries, D Ca nstaltly s Ian Mal, also ell seleteal sI ock ol ATS, CAPS'
WE Offer Bargains never before E(ualled in the hisorv' of the Mereahntile bus-
iness of Bronson and WILL NOTBE UNDIERSOLD BYANEONE. We offer Corn,
Hay, Oats, Flour and Salt 'at HOCK BOTTOM prices, give us:h call.




- I~ROE~.


Special rntes mnailc to parties desiring to spend the winter.




S- -----DEALER IN-

St.aple ad Fancy Groceries,

O- --

'A T.on A V I .F FIN Pi nt' Tlr npfl.,',

/'I : -J




-Produce received and Sol ononsiment.

Produce. received and Sold'on Consignment. Givem me aall'1



----DEALER IN---


Everything Sold at ROCK BOTTOMJ Prices for The -Cash

For all Kinds of Country Prolduce


= .

%. IMp Colson

Have charge of the store, and can- make sAecii: barg itns to
their old friends and customers, and ask them to come to Bronson
and see for themselves.

Ch e Jp asA RSY eS R


I~ _

" -.-. '.f


~-, A PROCIFESSIONAL BACKSTOP. -. ,li P; i Dr, Jekyli ana Mr. Hyd,. y
l*-. ^ 5 t. ----- 1?.103" & -P l1iel The strange case of Dr. Jekyll and -
"-t ii .e t h a.. .enrow it Raseball Catcher Should Tan Mr. Hyde has n generally allowed ,
.. .. -!for Bi.s Season' work. 1 A ........ 1" I -to "tke the cake" as regards improba- ,I,.
"" !' *^^ k'1 V \. The training of the catcher has in it .wA oAASf ,, R E-. -BID. bilty, but an inspector ,of the French -Ag^ *
S1 less variety, and is in consequence far r. anitary service notes a case of dual S/''. (
S I more tedious than that pf the pitcher. '- ten which, if it does not throw To cure Biliousness' Sick Ileadacho, Chusti-
The work of strengthening the muscles '" Mr. Stevenson's creation into the shade, nation, Malaria, Liver Complaints, take
-" .i Us elt of the shoulder and arm is the same as .. at least is equally incredible the safe and certa inedy
'l .. ... .. te that described for the pitchlor; but in "--' .S According to M. Proust, a certain SIXH'S i
st* en.-o e renothe throwing practice the catcher T Eile X an avocat, is afflicted 2
vits almostten years since we were inarried. Si the throng,..- .' Emile X-e--, an avoat, e affected
S- own: let's have an expericuce meeting. How's should devote his attention -to the .':-"" .-"*-il a with hysteria, manifested in him by un-
o. h I she's so-so;same sntal-always wan, shortarm throw. Ile should begin at consciousness and loss of sensibility.
et ing I can't a gmor et" the short distance of perhaps fifty feet, rC nlIiiBrlClli, ie .goes into trances in court and can- t
S --.ot. Don't.you?" mr t and increase that distance very gradu- r .. .e-. ..... i n a ,.-a df iss HeU the ,ot Sp roceed o wli tys pOlead nhs. toe the S
Yest es'wantwill be my mater fa ie ought ven when he facta, ii t oven wrnij.. ,ll lty,41- -,. ,-y11t bottle). Tpinc e.gt THE MOST Ol V NIpTi
-tarted to'keep Wlown expenses. ani -now y. ," i. .-.pre- b -
meantnd she's tired of saving and neve can readily throw" the full distance BIdl. tli1.1l iala-J- J_-.- vious existence. He starts out on a Price of eiifi, size, 25c. per nettle.
th show fo tIwy from horme to second with comparative iL0 E wTe-e01L- -ne. life, becomes a different person, S T 'P i
havto e tca acn m r t ease, to do most lf his throwing at two- 3Diso le's, 1 as such walks about, travels by j>.FSMTitan' '"T'
thaia anyone I ever knew; yet she's sharys sr- tlthirds that distance. -After the nine i,. ; rii. A r:. .ih.- r, ,..., ri*.-' stays at hotels, leops, pays
risingng me with sumd'dainty contrivance t hat be u to wor in the field.it is not 1",. ...... i ., ,. II I. it o -.-' [., ; a at h tl sle ps, pays (_- .
S. mldtotheeomfonrt has begun to oork r the field -Iit is n-. ,,l ..' ;l.,i,, I.,,., -:.d- y visits, buys, etc., and when restored to
a. nd she's aliNays inerry aea larck.' When I ask. advisable for the catcher to throw to- '. -[1 I,, ii ,, t ... .,,,i i. .... dids his first c.n.liti.-ni is entirely ignorant
te! th at'as 'tere' Bat's thiuk-I'v. adis; second anything like the numbetrof -,'.:.,,.n.n.I :. I' .i.,i.,,..., sn of what took place whenin iA.s second r- .: .
Stere ret. W weharried, we oth times the majority of amateurs attempt ',';.- i.. ., i,, to e...n He has quar-eled with his
pnadeonecondition:she would haveherMagazlue. daily. Only after hth nie has been ,, ,. i ij, .,,-I n. -..nowa; father-in-law, snshed valuables, torn
-. 'Andslwaii'ght Iwouldi't dowithonutt'i0y-. out of doors for two or three weeks is s lns wholve.i ; bi' i. anusripts, contracted debts, lefto b.v, ,, ,.
Stofethet from hetHle-pageto li r s m o fu stace thowng : i restaurants without paving his bills, without payi ": lls,
a r ate-ar MT safe for-any catcher who wishes to hayo ville IIerad,l. .it," -: l.e beeneharg.d with swindlingand con- V71 ( -i. nt
ia. jo [i I canu iik nii..rtLa idn JL, 1. his arm in good condition. ". Ii- -.I. F.' .t/i. li~i,r r,, h.r. C e..ui;ed', in default, nd wheu in his r e _'-,h .... ". v s
newt fr',i h ni'o r,, ;d.J U ,, ,t The position of, the feet m throwing u "i, i ',I ,-, ,i.t,- Ilit ,-t n, or al co.iditon las kniowr n nothing ,
nhel c.r ,r ,. fr r. is all important. If he be a strong man ul,,,,,,,,.,, whatever of any of these escapades.--- \ .TS V. H. I .
,: J: _iil,, ; ar..J -' ..... ,jJ,-.ei,,n L, is' .. .-'i of inderat weight he can and should 1.-'-. II. 1.11 N. ondon Tit-Bits. r.
-j t p, r I td t I t thron W itl ot C in o .t -i'a r ,... M. t ,..I .. .* ebe
S"WhI -ii rr. i it ,' 0 tle rf et To thiFs object Ihis gyi filun i l!,.v I i ..., [. 1 .. ... -Neighbors In a "ily City. ,. '. si.
... t'hr i,.t." a Lii i tcd Eo ba, practice should be deotedl. Standming M_ A T .a :. l..... L ., t I-.,.. .1.' .t ., "- An instance of the entire indifference .. t id to n .u
nol n u toldihrrlti n el t .'.ial',nce iy n f' ', .. alp it t.. ln.. n .i...1
"WeT Ia r., n-i. that' ,n evn mhade steady pon fh feet in the o':nat po ev. .'.l.Ken.dall, lgcon, Ga. :- which New Yorkers feel for people who '.l'.. nt' it, '"Lt a ;: .
rar.ad ni-llie, inrt ,t wc- vu,'d beltr:r reI uty i s sition at utined at thle m C-rjent of citch- lev. V. A. Candler, residentt Enury li''e nest doot to them occurred when nPc d 'T
n m.ie.' a, I: si. :1 ., gbed ing the ball ie should, with a slight C.- ~'. t.., ..... a ge-htleman at(,ut., to find a man d sta:: psren.. s,
,;, in r r .n weddi,g ,t monh. swing at the hips, be able to send the whos' address thad been riven as 259 I .t M-i.' .... E,-
I a a y ht baldown. Throwing in a: cage with tIev. ..sephns Andersonr, &.. ).; editor West Twenty-third street. The address l .-, ks h kea cirm.i I want. no
rc th t i o f do, a lo ce-l ing is the best thing possible tI ll I 'Adv ate, Lelsbui t I h,, ., The gentleman in \ .L, . ..
Iepilher i l ua t want.nehr for tim, as it rc g h to throw hard u. -. 1 ur i.e n1o.1 i] ad lived for many .. --- s. ,
I It : a ra..iainn',,.r.r r. new ,'a'mt 'tr-.at, be Mt ii e : ,- *,n. a. ,4 '4*'+ 'N "- ,
1e Ia t-fU o f %r Lit o l a!td on a!lit mo. a. r. SJo dou, Madisorn Fla. S n ..r- ;t l inm thlat street IleisUan- -'.
LarLca-b. Bli er iub-sribe riti.oirand -arp ie A point of catcher's practice, whicl c W. (I LawBre-ce, editor ChilioAi View, ex-senator, a man of great local promni- ce '- -d -...- .s ..
a ir r ri n, E do.es .no enter into the work. o the 01-v. e- aBl ; G Megory, GBiminiglhalh, ,la nonce, and is known pretty well from .....-- -----
Sri.t i, .-r.tor v. ide tr Ir r i.t f pitcher, is t! Qf tough enng the Abee' iltsu, .u.,. i. one end of the city to the other, yet in- .. "
L.. ricinumnU:." h hands.. Rowing on the machines, climb- lev. Henry-1.. y:.'i-, .M...ir,-... iy, Ala. qii;r;.-at flv&or six' houses m the nn- ..-m /
.. a. VL&lraO 'C I r'l Oll $2.50 g thte- rope, swinging on the flying And thontsa.tids of othersiu every part f mod:,,r ;., failed to dis. v -. .
rings and adball, if there are any t, l ', '" o-;o 1 -r: i.*L cover '; 1.:., e wh e the. ex ;'',
", tIl, ,.. II '.,3. know '"1 -r D -. Cam cove gnl "it-; t- V Um t hoe find a- .'
+-n -i in i- r .r m t in F cou rts for th at excellent g m ne, w ill a. i ,' th .,.: r,1t. ored .- .' t., I I- .. senai, .. cv .' ;'. :, i ,-.
-My "x.i lO l.o i 8 :ol tead tov.-ard this end. lie sho ldacon it- _;... ... I t w u,. at r. ;.-h : b een f 2it as ci" f..-' '"! .. '.' ..:n M -
-i -i -t"" .% ,f .: t. sAeL d ow.lever o wai ig i d .notw elerely t tr V, u A ror:eits en, :dAindoe. i T:w:.. h r...e.t. .. dp-oti's d.n ," e '," : .'i h"o-; a
": '. r.Ild ) MORET 5 FAMILY i.t. .N o, t"o.g"3hening the skin of the. hands chit .Ll:M' i p l r f h en 3 ..'..' .. "-;''', 'd "o ." .;. ;. ".
.. .. i S ncl y -our .ub-iuriliit lto Ihi, otflce. is desirable, but also, haidening the g r-. 1 -:. i Y .\ i It is si i :., :.. .;' t'. .. *- i.-'hig E ... -.
.. -=.' I, .. ... -.. fles'i so that it isnoteasilybr sd. Por n..t..l .bit._-No, ...;;.. ..M quest-,IsM ;'.l .-M _-, _.;..,] I.,' f.;en l- e m-., fa B e,-Jte
:; nU I"S.r 1, 1.a 6Ua> thLsreaou hl-e shoul] "'pass bao" 'ith. braced "./ .' ... .. : t 1. A lTT ,-i
.L -.---==.-_----- :-- ;-_ -._ -es --" '.=s "l"..gu!..rly e' ry d y I. ier? .'; it -"'rr [", '. ,,.
J, b?.-- b A I .- -f a At t,Ihe outet h1 -h,.,uld r: iJ .I. no I' .. .'tt J 1 Li & t*ld- i,,.,..r l'i ,. : I.. ..i '' .t .'..'- id ng I ,I
.(,:" '. all 0 :_" L. Ii Fl a I~_ :7 tit .4
e .9w't Lvl. rnd should -tonut thrrir;< f whdtr tn a-,! -I nt .. I.l. -e is[o' f Hcr
.e- ., ..-.f .t ng b yon a m o .:r t livbe n,...ir ti.c,: To.f d .: 'y d. no
A "-Voi of n l.iin rLng uf pr:.p-tl a cs. HiiHhalds--hould -. calU. but ,i,npl.ri.l!t, I:..k,' t: .. ostrh.....-t lo al A rm
-a. ,- O w-n" c;_ore. e.goes out int. the il, for tl.e .).. a i' '.,: ;r. ; 't[ iy i v l'. fm
t-iom --au in abo9ut .th"er L._ Lo w
o= W T g3 D..t* f do no catching behind tohe tBat Greory 1i borisN,; Ih "" L ItJ l r[ii
Q": ...f ~ a l rers Bec-ano don.uein ces except we i '.n.it.. Dilet conDe w,,me: s ::., .. L.ry Leine las a
S; hands thoroughly protected by \ell lte,,uii.IJ.iio.s Nortwest a "'. bo trey o ci i of thne c itey iv r. LrMy inier,
v ... .- A TTEA T rE padded-gloves. W hat. i o filed a stone a nlia N. -,rt a. nphi, '' u.-.it to b.,th men ;:ld w miin. two lw..;c rtit er. i .ih i ,',. i "4,', and lull
S // bruiso,isaone of the tnd ret. a most i d os..t -n e rl o1 \ .... r.t. .I t. ry '- r ng r Ma-
I ILI.- Na lasting mementoesofearele.snei tthis i .l. The ihl ., r, cl "i. mine has a sehf-seting nee7
p i ert- c:t University. LElGTON, Y. respct.-. In his gym nasim practice lie .3. Iv .. Fein.ii nr i u ei .:-J v..p. .- ,ft'-, ile an. hrn shuttle A trial in you
.. W. C.'.misr IS" trIN annd ti. :R: sn'-etL.. sIho ld- wear the imaft. This aec'i s to ii .)tlo iv : .i a I' -!i i ct ".ul, [,' 1 .i'.-r,.. e.:eo. ir." home b.i .re .aviment is.usted. Buy direct of
o*: -U i"r. Souri eIT S-e. most cntmh sanseless bore but he cap- 1i -''4 t .lanitl..'nt iUh -al i L,i u t.r? ;:--ir!l i.- thit w.t.:Un 'l -un- the tir.actm'curer. in sEae idents' profits be-
WILBUR R.. ain orScoaThshouldinEtponit, and 1 nv 1 ..w NIt1 : oAJ 1:'.. c:,I i .-i o. eC r a ane for fivse
F. rein I- 1 th.., t a .. .t ed-.... .rI,.,i..'..,...-.... t e com lnt f partof *I r.nr Wtrldi.. 'I l-i7- n I o ti.-. t 1: .1 La'. L i. .- c , RLe.I M ,.I ii..,r 1 Ii T "'oi b i rl .t' lu, t r -r. r. r r -h .. lle Iv I ao
*-}.. *\ s .t'.- ..M 'u,..!"e,,iaai, l"'.-.- E.cn"r.Ihi "u.lne, the catcher hliini -l AU lis hrovinmg i1 r i-n P [- C .iu? tr l.l l ;.l-'--' a-u t .nasj r..er c e ai a-u til i chie at once.
tt .i.n n uo r ad *athi oud b performed with .I t,.] .r. t o.'-.,, a le, s.tl t'dly a. t .. JCo-Opra live Sewing achne COPa ,
....- ..- ...,,,-.'. ,,r Mt. .. .. ,o his eyes beh ind it.. wires, in order that, Dal'y :;.i etmeiii '_, l'rtnori Fril.'indllid uit l earnestly to'h t labor, determined tI asi.W E PAY 'I I l EIGt L oT.ST .
L i itllk l to it, if, may add. hoo evconvrni e to fnJi/:,T,.. nvil;/ n e c, "!Ow marry ?> i n ill '

'a:n- 5..... ... ti'- "til.. his work, ;aclI.d.\tlani,, ai.iJ I onil Atlaula t all [fo uts unt iJ lt kuows his trade. It is exactly
"-'. ,' l'.SI','.t. .at, The breasty.lato need not be so rigor- Nor.i the other way with tlihe girl. Shie may '
'"" '".."i',,,,.-.,,,s ,,,,. c.ously insisted upun, but even this Lepotitc,. u ."+tJkeil1. be as p.or athboy and wiho'ly deo P.e oit t o Every
u:tS .e~.- -a-Sir .Fa' s'. 'should be worn frequently. Tbe right A.0. M0.i .MrNNELL, p.-n'!tiMit upon In:rtElf fur la'r living, but
".. a i^ .".r..' i,.,t. hand glove ,uutst always bo wo,'n when G,, PE'MM TOn^1. Pr1.' AgeRl. she. feel.x th.t she will pr,.,bal[ly bein.r lr
-:T practicing thu'owing, in order that this E I.E I tN vTn N- .r".i !y and by., and then 4he must give 1 1 i ..
"-' --- '5 riia--- also shall oiler no unusual ditfieuilty in up tihe :work. So '.he g,'f,.s on istltssly. :
W' 0 REAC? K the later work. Many a catcher i., ay She has rno nianblrion, to ecel; she do.e
t -d i. --, I __ think that it look- silly to stanu. un g ,. not fee tliat Ih'r hi'ppine depoinds orn It i \ith pleasure hidt we announce
i.... .. with a mask and glove oa to thlir-. it. Stie vi1 niurrrv, litl hr hsy patr s that we hae
~...;.. ._cS.v. ,i,'a.M at mark; but, there is every roaso 0 b.p1l's wiags ill Cupport her. Slie i
""-il3 's.' 1'''" "+i- for doing this, and hle wiu himself ap- ni.'ty not say so, but shlie think so. aidl aoain mIade arrangemncnts with that
.i ftS ll i preciate the value of stu.-h r'practi'e it s.pi.ils hior \iork."-C'olumbus St-ate .. ke ill stiatd ui gazi tii
when he stands a-c' out a-r.eJ on the fiel.I Jourta, l.. !i -
O: 'T- _behind the batsnati a a.] with a l runer -IdI, tl' IhllFatr or, published at Forl
iOn first. nileter in the uAll.'m

T w. FAl, 0! -ERY, Ete. gGeui i hvth ti t ou t j | '-;a ies l -..I w n ,.- a .re t t4 : d
S Adi,, ut !.;-].l', '.i ; Lcan e miv> d in- of doors lie s iou be t is orouI ,l t e n ,lt, th_.- h.i u ld result.-It o :ii;,il antI > id .io ai 0 ou i ,
t M r_ C ei.- _e hf ito ed t the close pria n it of tile vsho table refuse left toa d-ay, froi ti. ,. II will co e ill at a t ll
oda-l t l pressir.'; df i h the aenll l.ie-r is 'Ii-
-U 'u Ai l ;l : .i oltf bon .-alturCamp i Mt. p;iu. re. Thu-re are tany fa-ctor es f i-i, i-:" .s on su sci ttio b atd oiu -
S .h! !h ]i, .L "p., tL _.. a.nu E as tiI a -ltll, -. .tp -a y"r in India derive' d from ihi vear, i.ll -.u ii c fro i dal and to al
z .'-i'in ti. ."-s lt;.-s In slock. The lateriai of tua Stories. source, and during the great French a
A.,' o-.-r lI 'r.c',.'i l..., i;.'.ro. l o cr1t.dr. aC For the acLzIo'.nda >..f his storn- a- wars, when England blockaded all the new subscribers v'lio will ay one
.. ~,. --,.' ,,,,,,,, Dray umast weid nt nathuriily to the ep. of 'lh l eaports of Europe, the first Napoleon avha. il This is a rai 'a
S. i,-'-. I., ..,.. r.... intrign, his inot d la in wul noti r obtained saltpeter for gunpowder from ya i alicolil t a. i -a
Seasily ecom lrofa the cesspitsof Pars." Themost un- opo iit to obtain a fii-rst-class
? .. !i i, elmetihr.uhr OD verrl modes of iilltae life mean the firmI 'joit ail FGR ",E! Th Ameirican |
S- i ,. the thrust of the rarpitr he loves r.itlir O C TIS Throat Afftio presence of large ad increasing masses
ea:.. .na* i I thlan the downright blow ,,f tile 'he.. fci'Ui t il ftb y j of putrifying matter in the soil, a condi- Farlnir is ia largo 16-pahge jouirnal, of
miac i.- o. sv.crd, tie coup dl'etoc ratlt-ir than tle SCROFULA Wasting of F leS tion which in India is the origin of n .on ,,. ,ir.. ra t. .
ANJJrFACOTURERS, coup de t.ul!.?. Ilis is thE tite tr iranla or any L:se',ewheretheThroatan Iua# cholera or the terrible Delhi ulcer, and aio.alliulatioli al.to g
33 W. 0nondaga St., SYRACUSE, N. Y. de cape et d'epee, as thie Fr-en.:'ih lita\ ay r i,,r ,flne-d, I'acl ojf strength or SKerts in our own climate is responsible for at the leading agricult'lral 'l;per I' i
alwayscal.lo- it, an.d his dialoi'ue. i5 its '" y, ,casn b relieve awvrl Cured Ty least one-third of the death rate,-.-New I
AA ^ B e~eonent-the cloak to dis-sianulaJ.r, h ^Bya- York Herald,. 1 eats the question o1 ecoIom.,y In ag- I
r E Sword to attack aIJIen. T*ii 5 cult-re, and ihe rm-igts an:i privileges
1" IV I Jta& 1^1 whole epoch of Louis XIII and of .'. Reciting Scripture. .
azarin was mask aui.t d.'.r, con- A Widsor Locks little girl, just old of that vast body t" citizens-A-rli-
SI P -p a' nd duel. umas leads us enough to enter the infant class at the canfa r-whos ins te
WHO WEARS A GOOD-FITTING among a gilded di'auatis p p,:rson2l.,; lie Sunday school, was ambitious to re- -. .
i t R Y loves a noble, and though he ditru.ted F r peatt a text of Scripture as the older basis of all anaorial anid natoionl
U P NS- H 'N ~ n Y tiprinces the royl blood was never quite PURE COD LIVER OIL ones did at the eonert exercises. To .
S r a common ichor to him. His artist WlVth Hypophosphites. hu:, hey ambition and make it rea- Ir'op*it. Its highest 1)Swnic is
IN :: VIDS.F"l...ta 0.0'1oCr wmar side responded eagerly to the piothur- PALATABLE AS MILK. sonably certain that she would succeed the elevation land euoblinii of a:;- I
: OBTAINS RELIEF '.r i.. ," esqueness of thecourt.--E. II. and B, Asafqr St' Emt'o,. ca,l let,, thc mather selected the brief text "It- "louh te 'i r and
iy" .'. '.. o .. Ar ,hi W. Blaslfield in Scribner's. odaratiti oDr 1oiicrttioi iaiud lou to is lawful to do good on the Sabbath Otlt.tiio tPA ',, I 0 iT.
s ..... C ( tun.. e FRO raJJR .,.tlh,.e. aee n ibstte. day,'Tnd taughther until sherehearsed broader education of ilon ail wovI1i
rhTUlCTia amn. biiabinj.orm Ens ..a..bm Apparent Idleness. Sold by all Drcuggists. it several times correo.ly. When the
"; RE NE-TS 'i.LO,,r. ." or .. O,,L Soometimes apparent idleness is only hC0TT 4 BOWNE,Chomlets, N.Y. moment arrived, however, the little or- engaged in its pursuits. Ti.i, rulr
and a. ....I.i,. o a k ,,d... 4,,i t.,01, fre lsailsbaasioi 4 ..- go I Iled elec tied h aieu'eSnibnii
*- L 'i ,fo.., .l..,,.,,,,, a change of work. George Lewes was ator electrified her audience and morti- sbscriltio. price of the American

i atI.ES ( U WAR WATR. One day dredging a roadside pond, put- fled her mother with the proposition
.T T;"-/ USN S t'le*, ,ies .I,,,r.... t tingall the living treasures he. found that "It is awful to do good on th Farineo is 1. r a.iiimi IT COSTo
oa ltOsiot ... into ay glits ar. inuied a. bbath day.'"-Hartforc4 Post. 'YOU NOTIIXING From any ono
; .. (ta.,taii..f.la'f.urlr -ioai ,Tat-.,, "Wlhat are you doing?" inquired a .EL.S
+oi+" i s nIL! %. and whiolly wi ll- bet"
"S e Sus sbry Banag" peering bystander. wishing for sal- 1-rost Proof cemnt. u 13mbr crcan.,. ;,L,. .,1 tbhat which
s:" *L.*rti. t hbemarke-t T s OE thDeepot mon AnAustrianengineer has tried the "ll' AoP o lvie, ry).nio
11'nMr Sa I. all Drugglits.. But when he saw.what strange beings. effect .of adding cryst lzed sody to -
Suasi. at. eo ,o.... ** -..r saPr,. we'e discovered in that unpromising Portland cement Inortar and exppmsing ho you ,a elnbers ofgour., h,. -.hod,

sc.. s. a .Jr.o ,,-i;'ui-,e 10 i. sa.-.-uu ,pool his interest was excited, and hl the same to tle action o0 frost. *i* l
isu Masv-ii Fr iuIM, a Mr 1ewes man us q R prn
PRICE 6 1 REti"replg antlp asked Mr. ewes many crious qus- specimens were afterward placed in y et you got it 1.1J1E Ctl\ .1,. i.
LIST. Su si 1. t"-,.c ..c* B" e I .-tions, all of which were patiently an- hot oven, where they remained for samnpe cOpY.
- N* a so a, l.re., by mil on swered. Mind wandering cred. k rn. d three hours. At the end of this time it .
/t.. R nilre i llD "36 Do r Mi". .,W U waiG ndering . 1N 1. i
WELLS. PG COi ninpitii "MaA, .sA d tlhot er "r esnaeLlyl woaSsa eo in ei aeDrme found the extreme cold had had on ,h e. t, L ?""*
8 W., Onondag Street. % cau, ,t the. end ofthe Irer r e.a -a cnt g no disadvantageous effect on the set-
e r .c..^..i[r.. ,.,,ma~tr.o.....nr.-e,-.-a. e thing 1to be able .to name all God's ting of the specfiensa-m.-ew York
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