<%BANNER%>

UFPKY NEH LSTA SLAF



The Levy times-Democrat
ALL ISSUES CITATION SEARCH THUMBNAILS MAP IT! PAGE IMAGE ZOOMABLE
Full Citation
STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00054174/00002
 Material Information
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: January 29, 1891
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Bronson (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Levy County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Levy -- Bronson
Coordinates: 29.448889 x -82.636389 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
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.
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002033820
oclc - 33129984
notis - AKM1533
lccn - sn 95026728
System ID: UF00054174:00002
 Related Items
Preceded by: Levy County times
Succeeded by: Levy County news
Succeeded by: Levy County news the Levy times-Democrat

Full Text
A

7 .,~ /.
( ~ A *~
',.,

/


/


DEVOTED TO THEl INTERESTS O'F LEYVY COOC--NrTY.

$1.00 Per Annum. .BRONSON, FLORI)A, THURSDAY, JANUARY 29, 1891. VOL. 9. NO 8.


r: The Times-Democrat.

PUBLIC GUIDE.
COUNTY OFFIrCES.
County Judge--Ben Friedman.
Clerk Circuit Court--J. M. Barco.
Sheriff-W. 11. Bingham.
Collector-W; El. Aaderson.
Sssessor-Louis Apple.
., Treasu rer-W. J. Epperson.
S. upt. of Schools-S. Pilips.
Surveyor-1). E. Williams.
STATE OFFICERS.
G'oveAor-F.*P. Fleming, Tallahassee.
Searetatry of State--John L. Crawford,
: 'Crawfordville.
Attorney Oeneral-W. B. Lamar M3onti
:. C ello.
S. easurer--P .T. Pons, Sandersoni.
Commiseloner of Lands-L. B. Womb-
S.' well. 'all .i B ep.e
j inlir.iller- W. U. Iiiriies,Tallahassee.
Aijua t-ii-(. :ral.'r --L', .t Laung, Cedar
supt. of l'iullic Intruction-A. J. Rus-
ecll. 'r.ila] s ,:-e' ,.
SSrenme Court-A. E. ,Maxwell, Chiet
J' ustie; Geo. P. Itanev, H. L. Mlitchell,
.Jdn.; 1. W. Wilson. Clerk, Talllhaqsee.
'ir(-uit Court, Fifih .J ud int Cir'-nit- ,
J. Flilpy, Judir, Ocala;, Statc's Attorney.
,W. L. \Wrigg, iPatka.
UNITED STATES LAND OFFIrCE.
Regi>ler"-,Alex Lyeni.
Iteceiver-V. J. Shipman.
S Survc.yor-'jeneral-W- 1)., UBloxham, Tal-

3P3=o-iession.aal Oax--cl.s
S C A.LS. E. I.- CAUL.~ N.
I' TTISTS,
ACIEl -. FLA.
B "T.T M'ntrial. Best work eiinrant -rd
SGOLD FILLING ii.--it,. \\\
ork pri uptly altteunded to C- r,',-p:,,
S det oie s Tliciledr. l.cl ly.
(IUAS.T .FII.DES,


FARM AND HOUSEHOLD,


FARMERS' ALLIANCE DIREC-
i TORY.


LEVY COUNTY ALLIANtCE.
President--C. W. McElroy, Judson.
.. .Secretary-J. Cox, Bronson.
SUB-ALLIA'CES.
Bronson-D. U. Marstnillar, presi-
dent i S. E. Scarborough, secretary.
Blitch-W. H. H. Bitch. president;
W. W. Potts, secretary.
Cow Pen Seat-. D. Craig, press.
Ellze'y-C. D. Parkenson, pres.;
Jas. E. Bates, sec.
Iron Sink-Louis Appel, pi'es.; J.
L. Barrow, sec.
Johnon-W. H. Stephens, press ;
'L. E. Johnsoni, sec.
Ljibcrty-W. B. McElroy, press ; W
Watts, sec.
Orange Hill-lHon. N. A. Blitch,
press ; Geo. W. Willis, sec.
Pi.ue Lovel-J. T.' Allen, press ; J*
W. I)urrence, see,
Riverside-J. M. Love, pres.; G.
W. Fletcher, sec. .
Rocky lirinmock-Jhnies Collier,
pres. ; S. W. IW udsonl, sec.
Privilege--S. S. Walker, jpres.;. D.
S. Walker, sec.
Shell Pond--.
:Unibi-C. C. .:A,,al, pres,; J.
Cc'. Sc.
Way Keyy-John B, Smith, Ipres.;
T. 11. Davies,,.'*.


S Attornlly-al-Law, JAMES M. BARCO, Eutroa.
GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA..- ---
-...."... ." 1' HA7T TO DO LV 1801.
Prompt and.,:areful attention given i 'r o
o i,,ii?,.ess. Iy Brethren of the Farmers' Alliance,
1SRY .. NOIA.tY PaJ-LIC micdl progress in Alliance matters.
,S..ZT .-.-.3-'- We canno,:t stand still on a slippery
WILL give all BIL.'s i, jr.plleatioun lll side and-if--ada not ,o forward
sent mfe, i,17ecll. aiiucnti,'m." .. we will certainly slip back. There are
e- n, matter of ~litis that need inter,
gag ere with us this year, 'and we may
O-r, e L svtS keep perfectly cool, trusting to the
: ;Oa,pc,7-r d. wisdomnof thenext Congress to give
-O the country such relief as weseek. In3
.SOLCIT CORUtESbPO'lENCE. the meantime let us make our homes
1 EN iHV B.COUIl.TEIR, more homie-like and our farms more
1 r -farm like. We will never get any re-
ATIAROJESrOJIS, N 0 -.LA- hief by growling, but we 'imuut help
AT iltN lY"&-,CON.*;ELLOI -AT-LAW. ; ; ,.. I
- o i o C a. ourselves and try to piutini every hour
So!Lcitor an:Cnancery. *advrintageousely. Keep the social and
Pra.iie in :;lI c' t.-s. o .i..i TIT ES- agricultural I auires of the order
"-,H.ot u'.r liildini ".. uronioeot:lv lx-rlure the\tpeopl,. Let.


.. <

.: Black, kGun 3ixMs






BIVONSON, FLAi
Are prepared to dio any and all kinds
IRON and WOODWORK,
:. ch a,' Ropairing BUGGIES WAGON
Plows, Eec., at short notice.
,gfi?",ibinct Worka Siec'ialiy.
S0 TENM- TI- TjLOYiD,,
GAINESV ILLE, -: .FLA.
S PROFESSIONAL
Clenier and dyer.


m. A. b. a


S--pTS(,:o :) -- .A.
Keeps on hand a. general assortment
of Ladies&', Misses' aud. Childreus
H JATS'
CAPS
S '" 1. BONNETS,
S. ETC.,
of the latest styles. Aso a full iiiN
ot' MILLINERY GooDs.:


us encourage our lame brethren who
are dragging along behind, and let us
be-gin by enthusing ourselves. ,We
really have much to be thankful for.
True it is, some of us have pretty hard
times, but consider'how much worse
matters might be. If we give all of
our attention to parties we will cer-
tainly develop a mighty crop of dem-
agogues who will lead us into trouble.
It is right aud very proper that we,
should discuss both men and measures
at all times, when it is in order to do
so, but we must find time to discuss
finance, commerce, and 'agriculture
entirely distinct from partisan politics.
We must be ready to forget whether
a brothers a Republican or a Demo,
crat and look only to the economic
questions he may advance for the good
of our order. 'If the-question of tariff
is discussed do not consider it in its
political bearings, but meet it and
study it as men honestly desiring in,
formation, and form your own con-
clusions without the intervention of
party bias. If the currency question
comes up, consider it as men having
the good of the entire people at heart;
do not go wild over the -vagaries of
some dreamer whq may really be paid
to dream as he does.
Then, my brethren, if you attempt
to discuss that measure known as the-
"Sub-Treasury bill," be sure that you
take the subject and study it for, your-
selves. We are too apt to take the
ipse dixit of some plausible fellow as
both law and gospel. Because some
smart writers assert that the measure
is the one thing needful to our coun-
try's prosperity you are hat to make
up your mind on his mere sayso; and
because sone shrewd politician cries
out that it is a bad schemni and will
work evil to the country, you are still


to do your own thinking. A people
who hire their thinking done are easi-
ly enslaved. We have paid other
men too long already to think for us,
Brethren, we must keep our order
up to the high standard of its "de-
claration of purposes," and by con-
stant attention to the duties of an
Allianceman show the rest of the
world that we are" sincerly and patri-
otically in earnest.
This year will be a critical period
with the Farmer's Alliance. If we
are right, then it is our duty to cling
to the order and enforce its doctrines.
If we are wrong, then the sooner we
find it out the better for all of us.
We think we are right, and until
shown the contrary we propose to use
the Farmer's Alliance as a mighty in,
strument of good.
TOM SAWYER.

STEADY IN FRONT.
Our advice to the orange growers
would be not to be in any' particular
hurry about getting rid of their fruit.
XThe cold weather of the last two weeks
-several sharp nights following each
other at short interyals-has created'
a'state of apprehension amounting al,
most to .demoralization. The fruit.
has been but very slightly touched
with frost. We are personally famil-
iar with a groye in.the extreme nrth-
ern part of the orange belt, miles from.
any body of water and without any
forest protection, in which not an or-
anigewas frosted except on one dis-
eased tree, there the fruit was weak
and spiritless.
We do not appreliend serious inr-
jury to Florida this winter. The bliz-
zards, instead of bearing down upon
us from the Misiaippi valley, hae
gone doqun the Atlanutic skupe-and
swept over Europe. The newspaper
dispatches report munch damage to the
orange groves ofValerci,, but %ihet h-
er 'to the trees or to the fruit is not
stated. Doubtless the latter has suf-
fered worst. In that case the Ameri.
can markets will probably soon be
flooded with injured fruit from Spain
and Italy. Either that, or elsie the t
fruit will be condemned at home and i
not shipped to America.. In either
event the demand for the sound fruit
bf Florida will be enhanced in the t
end-will be wanted at better prices a
little later. -
If the growers insist on cutting their ]
crop without further delay, they a
shoul't at least consider the advisabil t
ity of shipping it to strong firms in
the North, who are prepared to hold i
it awhile in cold storage. We believe r
that this will assist in solving the P
orange problem, for Florida, anyhow. r
By cold storage here we do not mean
a storage in ice rooms (which system
has been weighed and found wanting,)
but in rdbms regulated by registers a
communicating with the outside air. 1
B3ut for a great part of. Florida the
best storage for a month yet is the
tree itself.-Farmer and, Fiuit-Grow- t
a,
.- (

Travellers may.learn a lesson from
Mir. C. D. Cone, a prominent attorney
of Parker, Dakota, who says: "I never '
eave home without taking a bottle of r
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy with me, and on p
many occasions have ran with it to the s
eliefof some sufferer and have neyer sc
nuown it to fail. For sale by J. M.
Jackson & Son, Bronson, and W. C n
Andrews, Archer. z

SWell, Tommy, I'm glad to see yon
re getting along so much better at
school, said the young man's uncle.
You have gone a whole week with-
ut being whipped, haven't you? Yes, u
ir; teacher's got a lame shoulder.
e
Bucklen's Arnica Salve. d
The best salve in the world for cuts, I
lr'uiset. Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, s
?ever Sores, Tetter, Chapped lands, I
liilblains, Corns, and all Skin Emrup- (
ions, and positively cures Piles, or no :
>ay required. It is gtuaranteed to i
'ive Ierftt saltist'acIion, or mon'y r-
unded. Price 25 cents per box. For
sale by J, M, ,lackson, & Son. "


"I have used Swift's Specific (S. S.
S.) for blood diseases for several years,
and found it to do just what is claim-
ed for it. To any one needing a blood
purifier I would heartily recommend
S.5. SS. O. B. TPouTTMAN,
Oakland City, Ind,
MAKES A MfAN O1 HIJf.
I consider Swift's Specific (S; S. S.)
the best tonic and invigorator I ever
saw. Whenever my blood is sluggish
and I feel depressed, I take a bottle
of this great remedy, and it builds me
right up and makes a man of me. It
is by all odds the best tonic, appetizer,
and general strengthener on the mar-
ket today, and I take 'pleasure in
recommending it.
W. J.- CONA,-D, Dunreath,-Ind.
"I clheefully recommend Swift's
Specific (S. S. S.) as a blood purifier.
I have used it with the best results.
G. W. McLAURINE,
Principal Public Schools, DeLand,
Fla.
Treatise on Blood :and Skln, diseases
mailed free..
SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Atlanta, Ga.

A society has revealed itself in En-
gland called the "Proportionate Giv-
ing Union," The members give a fix,
ed part of their income to charitable
works.

A Wonder Worker.
iMr. Frank Huffmian, a young man
of Burlington, Ohio, states that lie had
been under the care of two prominent
physicians, ani iived their treatment
n ntil li,, was not able to' got around.
'l'hev Ironounced his case to-be con- I
sumption -and' incurable. lie ;was
persuaded to try Dr. King's New Dis-
covery for Coniiuinption, Coughs and
Colds and -ac that tlie was not able
10 walk across le street withliout rest-
i1g. Mle tuind, before lie had used
hall of a dollar botil-, -that he ,was.
riitil'h butIler; lit e comiiuimedl to use it
aud is to-day enjoying good health. I
If tou have any throat, lung or elicit c
roiuble try i. \Vegui ratntie .iaifi'-
tion. l'Trial boi t es ire at J. Jm.:L- ]
oil's drug store. t

'JEM() OE. .TO C'LE EL.1 ND,
O-HIO
The office of the American Farmer,
the valuable journal which is still be- J
ng offered free to the readers of the t
TIMEs-DEBiocRAT, has removed -to t
Cleveland, 0,, wherein the new field i
the American Farmer will, be better
able to meet the requir(ruents of its
rapidly increasing National circu-
ation. Many valuable improvements
and new features are contemplated by e
the management of the American
Farmer during the coming year,- mak-,
ng the paper more valuable to its
readers. The regular subscription d
price of the American Farmer will re- 1
main as heretofore $1.00 per year. t
d
J. M. Jackson & Son, druggists, de. e
ire to inform the public that they are
agents for the most. successful pre,.
paration that has yet been produced tl
for coughs, colds and croup. It will .
oosen and relieve a severe cold in less a
ime than any other treatment. The t]
rtici referred to is Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy. It is a medicine that
mas won fame and popularity on it's
merits andl one that can always be
denended upon. It is the only known c
emedy that will prevent croup. It
must be tried to be appreciated. It is
put up in 50 cent and $1 bottles. For fl
ale by J. M. Jacksonm & Son, Bron- sv
on, and W. C, Andrews, Archer. a
m
A son born in this- country of Chi'-
ese or Japanese parents is not a citi-
en when he becomes of age, and can- T
ot be eligible to the Presidency. sI
il
YOU AiRE IN A BAD FIX .
But we will cure you if you will pay
s. Men who are Weak, Nervous and
Debilitated, suffering from Nervous
Debility, Seminal weakness, and all
flects of early evil habits, or later in-
liscretions, which lead to Premature
Decay, Consumption or Insanity,
should send for and read the "Book of
Life," giving particulars of a Home
Cure. Sent (sealed) free, by'.address-
ng Dr. Parker's Medical and Surgical
institute, 151 North Spruce St.,Nash-
ville, Tenn. They guarantee a cure
)r no pay.-The Sumnday Moruinig.


There is more catarrh in this sec-
tion of tne country than all other dis'<
eases put together, and until the last
few yeais was supposed to be incurs
able. For a great many years doctors
pronounced it a local disease, and
prescribed local remedies, and by con-
stantly failing to cure with local
treatment,, pronounced it incurable.
Science has proven catarrh to be a
constitutional disease, and therefore
requires constitutional treatment.
Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by
F. J. Cheney & Co., Tjledo, Ohio, is
the only constitutional cure on the
market. It is taken internally in doses
from 10 drops to a teaspboqpful. It
acts directly upon the blood and mu-
cous surfaces of the system. They offer
one hundred dollars for any case it
fails to'cure. Send for circulars and
testimonials. Address, '
F. J. CHENPRY & Co., Toledo, 0.
..-BSSold by druggists, 75c.

Liverpool, England, has 250 miles
of the best paved street in the world,
and it costs less than $40,000 a year.
to keep them in perfect repair.

Mr, William T. Price, a Justice of
the Peace, at Richland, Nebraska, was
confined to his bed last winter with a se-
vere attack of lumbago; but a thorough
application of Chamberlain's' Pain
Balm enabled him to get up and go to
work. Mr. Price says: ,
"The Remedy cannot be recom,
mended' too highly." : Let any 'one
troubledd with rheumatism, neuralgia or
lame back give it a trial and they will,
be of the same opinion. 50, cent
bottles for sale by J. M. Jackson &
Son, Bronson, and W. C. Andrews,
Archer. .

You begging still? .thought you
had some mohey left you, so that you'
could live comfortable. So I did, but!
you would not want me on that account
to fol away my time doing nothing,
would .you?

Our friends should give DeWitt's
Cough and Consumption Cure a trial.
No dls ppiinlini.it follows the use of
this reliable medicine, and it merits
hle praise received from all who use,
t. J. B. Epperson:

Mrs. Bingo-I want to get some pie
latest Saesman-Yes ma'am, How,.
will these do? I'just sold half a doz-
n to your next door neighbor. Mrs.-
Bingo-If that's the 'se I guess I
won't, need. any.

Headache is the direct result of in-
ligestion and stomach disorders.
Remedy these by using DeWitt's Lit-
lo Early Risers and your headache '
disappears. The favorite little pill .
everywhere. J. B. Epperson. "

All have heard of men traveling on
heir muscle aitd on their shape, but
rom the fact'that there has been many
Ssculh-race one/ may conclude that
hey are now traveling on their heads.

Acts at once, never fails, DeWitt's
Uongh and Consunmption Cure. A
rnemdy for asthmai, and tiat teverisih
condition which accompanies a bad
old. J. B. Epperson.. ]

Mrs. Qtuipper-So you call- this a
at, do you?- Why, there isn't room to
wing a cat. Landlord-But there
re no cats or children allowed here,
na'am.

Constipaltion poisons the blood ;-De-
Vitt's Little Early Risers cure con-
iipation. The cause removed. the
disease is gone, J.1. B. Epperson. f


Last year:
; .er eyes were rheumy, and weak and
red,
t Her breath --you could smell itafar,
She had ringing and dizziness oft inher
head,
And the cause of it all was catarrh.
This year;
Her breath is as sweet as the new mea-
dow hay,'
Her eyes are as bright as a star,
And the cause of the change she is
ready to say,.
Was the Dr. Sage Cure for Catarrh.
Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy will
positively cure catarrh in the head,
no matter how bad or of how long
standing. Fifty cents, by all drug-,
gists.

Nine million acres .of land in the
two Dakotas and four million acres
in Minnesota have been recently ob-
tained by cession ann purchase from
the Indians..

Electric Bitters.
Tifs remedy is becoming so well
know nand so popular as to need no
special mention. All who have us&d
/Electric Bitters sing the same song otf
praise.-A purer medicine- does not
exist and it is guaranteed to do.
all that is claimed. Electric Bitters
will cure all diseases of the Liver and
Kidneys, will remove Pimples, Boils,
Salt Itheuin, and other aflections
caused by impure blood.-Will dri*e
Malaria from the system and prevent
as well as cure all Malarial fevers.
For, there of Headache, Constipation
and Indigestion try Electric Bitters.
Entire. Satisfaction Guaranteed or
money refunded. Price 50cts and$1
per bottle at J. Mr Jackson's Drug
store.

Your cough will not lastall winter;
you will not be kept awake at night; ,-
you will get immediate relief if you
will use DeWitt's Cough and Con-
sumption Cure.

FlorloZ' Niewspapers F eel
We will send y,6ufhe South' Florida'
Home six weeks on trial, for ten cents,
and insert your name in our Maing
List (free of charge) whicl will bring
you hundreds of sample copies "-o'''
Florida newspapers, maps, circular,
etc., and if you want to visit or locate'
in Florida you can very easily decide '
where to go, and how to get there,
and you will be well pleased with the;'
small investment of ten cents. Stamps
taken. .Address, So. FLA. HOME, St.
Petersburg, Fla.





Vn Ai~SSO01 S

LAST ROUND,
I will be at the following named
places on the dates set opposite, ifor'
the purpose of assessing State and
County taxes, viz:
-iarco P. 0., Monday, Ftb. 16.'
Stafford's Pond, Tuesday, 1eb. T17.
Williston, Wednesday, Feb. 18.
Shell Pond, Thursday, Feb. 19:
Bronson, Friday, Feb. 20.
Black Dirt, Saturday, Feb. 21.
Cedar Key, Monday and Tuesday-
Feb. 23 and 24.
Rosewood, Wednesday, Feb. 25.
Ellzey, Thursday, Feb. 26.
Rocky Hammock Church, Friday,
Feb. 27. ':. _
Judson, Saturday, Feb. 28.
Levyville, Wednesday, March 4.
Chifiand P. 0., Thursday, March 5.
River Side Alliance, F.riday, March.6.
Ebenezer Alliance, Saturlay, M'ch. 7.
Please don't forget that this is my
ast round; and bring your land deeds
o save trouble.
Respectfully,
T. J. PREVATT,
Assessor.

The TimessDemocrat three months
or only 25 cents.


Highest of all in Leavening Power.-U. S. Gov't Report, Aug. 17, 1889.









ABSOLTE PowRE


I r
-V, T-V7--

V, I


~F~LI~


I-NIES=D iAlOCRA










*..r- A '..M x wu'i ,~ w .-'


The TilleS-.Del 1orat ingthe applaudits and admiration of NOTICE OF INCORPORATION.
t,- -,, orli ior the enterprising And 'T OTICE is lereby given that the iunder-
S progressive spirit shown by them; and i- signed have iasociated themiselles
:.-r--=-EST.els: : z I-'. i it is a godsend that there are enough of t Stale o' Florida; hi tof
S' of this class in our ilidtt to drug the said corporation to be The Mtagnolia Pi:)s-
DEMOCRAT PUBLISHINC CO c;anin along with then. ph te and Mining Comn1palny, its pri nc pal
* ', I *i.(_e ot'business toleattlhe ityct'(iaiies-
S. .... .M...... y letter is already too long, and vinle, County of Aiclauit ldH state It l']or-
OLIVER J. IrAAR1MER Editor. I will close by saying to every man- Ida. The general nature of their usiiiiss to
and woman, too,-g, to Ocala and see i' Piiospi te l isi tlhrol 1ies oIf Aliclia
the semil-tropical, and you will never and Levy, late [ i'lorida, digging aind
S "THURSDAY, Jaiuary 29,.1891. regret it. Don't take anvone's word, miniii'g Ihosplile roivlk, plhuseplhti depos-
Sbut i g and look r yolsel its, nineralis, felrtizers, Ianui;cturlii
bt go a look.or yousel fei'tilizers, and also to dig, mine, and re-
iWMEMBER of the FLORIDA OLD PAT. Move ro ii til ( dso thenavigui)estireaa s
PRESS ASSOCATION affiliated ... ..--- ..- ..- ..-........., iand waters or;' ai:d within the jurisdiction
ESS N; aliated of the sat ot lorid the phosphate rocks
with the N ATONAL EDITORIAL =NOTICE. iland pho.sil]hati' d(hposits, under tile provis-
ASSOCATON In Circ) it Conrt, 5th Judicial Circuit ito:s of(I :hlpter(:he26) of tIe laws ti the
-. ASS .soateo o },'loritci, a]i'.l d\'ud June -th A. I).,
,, 1 OC[ [ ot FlOiida, Cevy Colnty--11n Chan1.1- b87. 'The alutlihorized capital stock of said
S ,- ~ eer'. corporation is 10o e Fitiy Thousand ($,y',.
.... ... p otoal Joseph Wilson (00 t) Dollars, divided into shares of Fifty
'A"' jiveftsiu!riuntutflnf~sprvu.t t.>wh>'raie -tls g v ($')5 each, but said cat')ital stock mny be
S, -rena B. illims, ill for eliet. In- increased to Two IuI itndred Tlousnd (20 d ,-
--W T. illiams an junction, &c.. llO) dollars. Teni(1) per cntuil pershare
The Evening Telegram, issued from J. T. Wati4oi. as beeI patil upoa a the capitol stock -ub.).
.le Time s-Union aflice, is thle latest Order to non-resident defendanttoanswer: Iusiieis upon th iling of 'opies of its ar-
Scandidate for pbli vor and while vin een m ticles ofor io Wit te Secretary of
"" andidatefrpubic fazvorand while fidatvi t now1 oi lein the State o1 Florida, Ind the clerks titlice
rle) dl of Alachua iill Ivy coutties oi lie r s tate
it ill undoubtedly he worthy of wide tiat the above named defendants are aores in whih it lry o I its
patronage, its coteniporaries, the Stan- over the age 'of I wentyone years, that business as snuit conipany; and from the
S ad i, d. thev are lion -resideits of the State of. date of the filing of its said articles of in-
*:>.ard and Metropolis, declare there is FIorid, that the P. O. lddrss of eroratpiint it sibill coininue for the period
3i)o room for another daily, and are Trena : Wilhitls and W. B Wiliaunls f1 ninet'til (a ) yearss' bIco siitc o
i much excited over 'the new birth. is Mt6)uiit Vernou, 111., and qt J. T, hoard of directors to be elected on the'lst'
Watson is St. Louis, Mo., Mondayv in February, N, D.. 1891, and ain-
While we said nothing, .that was pre- ,I is ordered that the said (iefeu, inuailly thereafter. Until such election the'
cslyvour opinion when the Stanard diants do appear. plead, answer or de- aillotdig std personf will compose
said c board namely; E, C. F. Sanichezz T.
can e into existence. 1 'What w6uld lnutr to the bill filed bv the coomplaii- i,, Ellis, T..J. Swearingen, C. C. Pedd'ick.
ialis oin o0'o fore onday, the 2d iay Vied it Wheeler, Win. M. Bradford. Tlhe
S the Standard think of a merchant who ot'fMai'ch, A. D. 1891,Vor thocoiplai- said board shall sele:,t a lresidlnlt, vice-
Skicked" because another store wasant'bilwill be taken as cofess resident, secretary an treaster for the
opened in his town? Competition iwn al a decree pr,, ,ltteso wvi be eb ties and eonduict the business of the said
,,red ill) against lheim. corpotiltionl coilnuion to sneh ottices. The
proves newspapers as well as trade, It is furllhe (rl',.-i..n'l ihat this or- highest amount of indebtedness or liiabiity
SW ; : e wish .the newsy Telegram suc t:e" 1I lilli ounce a week for foitr ostl'rtiorporatio0 slthll not at aull ttlime
,..ill :lidlt i we,..ks iii the Lex'v lhts- exceed tell (10) per' ce'tuim o' its then
:kn -capital stock.
Demniocrkt, a newspaper j)ublished at ,Dated oi this 10th day of June A. D. 1890.
Broullon, Levy county Fl.,ridia. E. C. F. tANxcinZ,
S. Boton Herald (Ind,): Here is an JAMES M. BARCO, T. B. ELLIS, '
Strictive incident of the Farmers' [Seal.] C'i'k (" i i Co urt. '1 s. '%EARING(EN,
S1e ntion, recently in session 0down ~r B. Coultor, Com!)lts. Sol't-'r. FR1,D U. WVIPELlt i "
i ,'da A sts oTdin, es sTio -, a de.i tM. An ADl-Ud e rs ,
S 0nloda. A Kansas delegotte ao And Others.


'' i:'ted the invitation of the president
of the Semni-Tropical exposition ihat is
open at O.'ali, for the entertainment
'f the' farmers, to visit the show.
Said the delegate, after viewing all
the attractions, of the exposition:
"Have you nothing in all this vast
collection suggesting the lost, cause
.-no relic of the war?" The preni,
dent hesitated, scratched his head,
and finally said: "WQI 1, vow, we
fr' Lgot that/" .

SrJ :1 .': "', 1arc ', ; cb ,Budget; ,
S January17, 18 ,1.
Sorrespondence Times-Democrat.
S' All is quiet out here just now, .
La grippe is on tile decrease,? our
l' ungs seem more accustomed to the
I,'. continued 0ool weather, and our health
is improving. With sadness, however,
we can hear of dnath visiting around
occasionally and claiming a victim. '
I 1'have just relurned from a visit 1t
S Ocala, where tlie reunion of old sol-
diers was to have taken lace on the
1i' h, but trom soma misunderstand.
ing there was no reunion except, of
the Coufederate soldier's; but they fell
into line at 2 o'clock and marched
down to the semi-tropical building.
and altogether the affair; passed oil
quietly and pleasantly; but the niem-
Sory of the past brought a tear to the
S eye of the old grey headed veterans;
and nothing nso aflects an old soldier
as the old story of the war, when the
hearts of men were tried and sealed
with the blood of their fellow com-
rades. Surely the eve must be dry,
Sif such recllections will not bririg a
S tea.
S But I started out to tell about the
Ssemi-tro pical. In the early morning
of thel thJI went into the, building,
-d stayed lntil just time to go to
S 'town and fall into the line of march,
~nd returned in'the march about 3
o'clock. I spent the balance of the
day there, looking and listening, and
; .' returned next morning, rentiiiiniug till
9 o't-lock, when I left for home. Well,
Si L might slay, as I have heard so many
'ay,'t"'ai I took in the whole exposi-
-tion, but I dare not say that, for if I.
S had -stayed there two weeks, and
walked over the building twice a day
during the entire time, then Icouldn't
have taken in the hundredth part.
The building is a grand structure, the
grounds are admhirab'y laid out for
both comfort and convenience, but as
1. walk into the building I become
.maimed at the grandeur of the display.
S My eyes could not look upon, nor my
we4k brain com orehend, nor my fteeble
pen describe the hundredth part that
., was there,: Every county was'fully
represented by the necessities, the
lu juries, the.comforts, and 'the con-
S euiiences of life, Soome critics said
the exhibit,was not as good as it ought
to be, and a, query passed througii my
mind whether such ones helped to
S i ake this grand display or not. Ex-
perience has tauglit me that a critic is
only good to criticise, and there his
goodness ends. I have been to sever-
al reunions of soldiers, and to the fairs
-of different States, have spent as much
of my limited time in gaining infor-,
atiun as I could, but of all the dif-
ferent plaQes I have been, and all the
difbrent. things I have seen, every
thing sinks intq utter insignificance
Compared with the semitropical .at
Ocala, Fla. I's it possible that the
S passes of the good people of the State
will be contest to stay at home and
,, t look upon one'bf the grandest Jis-
i plays itn tle United States, although
; t is right at our doors?
S' 'Le people of Florida are fast gain-


List ;of the names of persons who
haye receivelt .Oecupation license from
the lst day of uly, A. D., 1890, to
tie 31lst diyv of December, A. D., 1490.
together with the occupation anil the
aniuits receiV'U th:ieretlr for' the State,
51and County:
Name.' Oocuinntion. Ant Amint
State. (o0.
F. .\lliiu i .t..re I3ernlinli $ 12.5.. 1 G 6)
sl|ilo..'. t .u I' N in sl.,: 3 1 :.
' 1. it.lnilI ,i) 5 2 50
.1 Ite-diii-k do 3 1 50
F W B tli,, ,I, 11)O
1 ,pik -- : G b ,,U d.) 3 I )
TI' .1 LUil." il. 3 1 50
J It Eq .I-rms..i (di, 10 5
.r Mp" iltln dn 83 1 50
C I i nrroll it 3" ,1it)
1' 1t, s W ,,ii i s l t .- t a il hi, l u ,r .


NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land t0fice Ait G-anesville, Fla.,
January 1), 1091.
Notice is hlreby given that the follow-
ing-nained settler has ilr-cl notice of his in-
tention to make isiil pro.-f i -i.1 r ..
WhA dalmi,. ,'d that said ii .-.i r. il %' ? n;l v
l.r,,i .1lin, 'r Circuit Court, or in his ath-
sence the clerk, at Bronson, Fin., 1n .i arch
13, 1891. viz:
NACY LYNN, of Judson, Fla.,
lid. I'.-' li..r tlh NEL of See. 36 Tp t10 8.
R. 14 E.
tie -haines the following witnesses toi
prove hs continuous residence upon, aiili
( 11 l l I, ,lj l i : ,,
.1. 31 l.... J. VW ll,,-..i. ,. T ..I.-1K .,
G. Fl.-Il.he l .c i .I.j .n F, la.
Ale',. L% neh, Register.

A NOTICE.
T ~.- d :11.


tta ler .1 1 l 0 p'L-iniO ill .-.- ai t i hle& illo F i:i.
1: I' ( Neil M el-l-li'at 3 1 Al ,lJ.iniu.r inI, I!,:l.
.I K Ilill do 3 N .,1tice is iier,ie r ibs n i, iLli ,ll fl ,,lI. ilin
1Iey Bro, & Co do 10 .' p n ll -ttl n.i' i.- ril.-ll id)thice ,ti' n ;inntell-
U Tu"'uler el a 0 br t lil)Jl to make lin.l |.11,.l il l l-u pi1l .11 Ihi
C fit_' rL,-.r 6 o1-1. h i" a- *Id IIi.l e.I ,, II i* l e 11 I ..-le 1 ..
Ft1I I n li ktr t'o ; do 10 5 ir.r< ,t|.i. I1 ,1,3,,. 'll ir' ii Court
; I hereby certify!that the. foiregoini IlULt -1i,.. l.i'.. ln iiunrih l., -'.ri, viz:
is a true amind correct list, as appears' -'FELIX LYNN, of JuIdsl, Fln.,
iromi the dhipli, ates on file in my office. Hd. l,:n" rolr iue S ofSe. '1'GTpl its.
fu witness hereoff, I have he.,-etnloti i 14 1L.
set my Iluid antl th seal of i!, e nPue names the fO!owitn witnesses to
setIl, my h1u1d a, the seal of' !e prove his continuous residetOliCe upon, Alnd
county Court for" the couniyr tf cultivationmof, said land, viz:
Levv, nt Bronson, this., 19th day of J. W. Billupl, J. M. Love, G.'W. Fietch-
January, A. D. 1891. er, J. A. Love, of Judson, Fla.
LEN FRIEDMAN, Alex. Lynch. Pei'r.
S County Judge. CO MMISSONER'S SALE.
.....l ,t TrilE "I.,O N. '' OTICE is hereby given that I will. ,In-
-"i\V ,I i __etiio and der andby virtue of an oider to n,,:
ouis .i.l. I directed by his Hon.Ben r il.lditalo. miiunit
uliow o-'s ION i'FTrEns. tudge of Le vy county Fla., d l t-1, ih -1
It cur-.s q, n Kly i1 .r al, Ly all dealers 1 lday vof De. A. )D., 1890, on lthe tIi,-' I .1 .umla
msal,'ino. ,1 inC -" gfuif*'. in Jainuary A. I)., 1891, the same i,.-it-
legal sales day and the 5th daty 01 nii.t
NOTIC'l'E 'l-' I',l 1,11.il1 I ( I'IN. oittl, du ruling the legal hours of sale U, L-
LnOfca f lore e coteotirt house door in lrongsoll. Ir.,-
Land Olice atGaifiesville, Fla., eved to sell to the highest and best i;,il-r
,'* ,- : a.nl;y 22, 1891. for cash all that lot, piece, parcel Or tr' t.
,Notice is berebhy iven that the fr.-..v- of landlying, situate and being in Levy
i.-i].. litd titler i., Il.-. notice of hi. iI,- county. Florida, and more particularly
liii'.ii 1. iink. ri, I pri-i in support of his described on the public records as follows,
'l.iltn. :nintl iit iitllSi.r...'." will ble made be- to-wit: Fract. section 15 Tp. 12 BR.18 east
IO-,e .I. 1. Ilhtnn, *"-I> k t.irc0ilt court, at il the Arredondo grant. containiiig two
]rHI',.in, I.'i., 1. --1 a"'l, C 1, 1891, viz: hundred and twenty acres more or less;
,, cCrL Or ~,Tr T rTc"'' ... : sold as the'ahnds of the estate of -arV V.
LUIN M'ULLOUG nof Brco, i an, decease, late of Lev county,
Flua. Florida. Pltrchhaser to pay for titles.
-Id. 140.75 for the SWM See. 8 T. 14,S. 1R. 19 E. A. McDONELL, Commissioner.
. 1 Above sale l)ostponed, to MondIty, the 2d
IHe names the .following williesses to day of Felruary1, 1801. .
prove his continuous residence upon, and E. A. McDlON.ELL. Commiissioner.
cultivation of, said liind, viz:
Wiley Pitts, Cit ichl eau, Stophen iMe- The Times-Democrat three rioutlhs
on, lRechard ltibbins, oh rBarco Flita.
Alex. Lvnchli, Rogister. lfor only 25 cents.


COMMISSIONERS' SALE.
Y virtue or all order aimde in the
uit ol' Edwin A. McDonell (t al,
vs. Vin. J. McDonell et al, illn elil-
cery. in. Itle Circuit( Court 'l' Levy
c(untly, Flor'ida, Jlo tlie partlition 0o,
lands, the iiiidersigIned coliilinssioullelrs
ap,poilned by said court. for the Dpar'
tuition of said lands, will on Ihe 2d
daiy of March 1891, at the court hous1 e
of said CoiuntIV seli at DIunli. auctiuii
to lithe hiuhiet bidder for cash ithe fol-
luayini lgr s situated in said county
to-wit: Tih N w- of sectiol 10 ; lots
8 avd hin section 1'1 and the WI V of
the iE14 a'1 section 9 all iu township
12.range 18 EI.
J. B. McCO(QUODALE.
H. McCUQUOLODALE,
V. I. B ,IIAM,
ConIlliissiollers.
Jan. 28, 1891.
NOTICE( J.0 1 'LUBLICA'niON.
LAND OFFIce AT UAINESVILtE, FLA.,I
January 22, 1891.
Notice *is hereby given that te follow in
namtned settler hbuis tiled notiJe( o' his iit ei-
t on to make final p.iroof in support of his
k-laimi, and tlhat said proor will be niado
Lefotre Register acnd ie'ceiver at Gaines-
ville, FlI., on Mlarchl17, 1891, viz:
THOMAS E. BIIOWN, of Archer,
P Fil.,
Pd. 15910 for the lot No. 6 See, 24 T. 12 S.
-R. 18 E.
lie names, the following witnesses to
p ove his (oiitinltious residence uponl, an1111
cultivation ot', said land, viz;.
Basteom B. Lownian, ,i. W. Smith. Braw-
ley Lown'an, of Archer; John A. Harvey,
of Williston. -
ALEXANDERLY NCII,
Register.
'NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Laud Ottice at Gainesville, IFlt.,
ilanuiary 22, 1891.
Notice is hereby '-it'..-n iiit ihe follow-
ing-ianied settler h -, ril.: ..ii.;r, of his in -
tention to make fin I Ii...'' fi -iupport of
his claim, and that said proof will be made
hifore Judge (or ii his abseh(e clerk circuit
1'-*1i,. .11 Broltisoh, Flai., "on March IS;
hI 1. .: '. .
(.-01. E 1'E CROFT, 6f Williston,
*'r'la .
1d. 17854 for the Ny of NW% of See. 18 T.
,13 S. R. 1.9 E.
lie. atines the followings witnesses ta,
pi mne his continuous residence 'upon, antil
cultivation ,I, said laid. .'i:
31. M. Sist.riuni, 1, N, Willis, B., F.
Willis, N. B, PluiIInier. of Williston, Fl',
Alex. Lynchi. Register.
S NOTICE. .
SLand Office at Gainesville, FI.I.
S, : liv Dec. hI'".
1,, 1;'. l I- I i I ; i I H,1",1 1 ,lr i d i -
t o'i to i n ake 1 1 iI Ir i i. I It ii. i-'f ii.
.'iii. ln. I i i l i ,r, n i be made be-
[i- .JI u J ltd e (' it (.,iirI[ or in Iiisk absence
irt *I- l .' 1 1 .f l '. t I I i olll-u L F la., on.

WILLIAM W. WE 1 EKS, ,of .Judioi,

lPd. 15009 tor the SWy o1 SW- See. 20 'T.
hle l ,I [l ,. I nll ., i i c ei' I
l.:. i: l i 1 N. -. M i. -
lertC.o aun .1 It. M .r.- ill .i ..I udson. .l,,t.
ALi-X. LYNCH,

N I'II.'E ble I'L'L.I(IC.,'I'I(N.
LandJI rtwo- t a nP.l -4ille lh I
v l)r nl.Ter 21., is91J.
n .tlce i. here-li 'ien Ihnt the foliowving
r it li ni;ke n l r..lil f in i ipee or ol il lie -
-1].ih l ai ll rlh.it ; al [,r ,.f 1 il Lt.- ilidde I.I-
)ud-'.., el 1- in lhi. *hd-ile"m v 'lr k ;r'ioi <-'..i t
at Hi. L n, I. ., i F .-i. 24, Ik 'I, \ ii:
STEPHEN MI ](CHARHDSON, of
\ .Iih. l-', Fla.,
R d. 16287 for tIh NE', ',... ,.ij T. l. 11 1
1tSE R '. '
Itle naihe1 i'ief P.llowin0g lihne--es to
*il.i'-:' hi; 4<' lrii tlllr'.i rc. kil, ii,,t2 u p.iiii n Itl
4.'ilJ t\,it ,,fi ur Piil' alnI 'l.:
]*. VW \V'nl, l.. Vdrd. J. A.J, .nt-,.
P. I'.iM ill.i,, JIin ,ri. Fl i.
.\l1b. L i n,'l'. Tn..'i-i .r.
NOTICE E.
i t.', l r.( L,\ i Cuirt.
To J. C. 11..l;ijn.:-
Y OUT are hereby notified that a *,i iE ..r
; t[. i .-liJi,.'] I li.i ti .,n i--1,.-1 .'-.1 hn -r
-.,.I i. .;our [.ro pl Ie nrt ant.lI t p a i-
tle di.. i.l'l ] il '," .1. A a ld .1 Ii. lR ll. i l
.,ni..ll,' i iln li, 'fitIn..i i. N un ,ir,]r "- \fIh
.,li~ l "rp,'ilr l, l,,r,? 1lti l I ',l:.hln:1 tak onLl-
l. .T ,I ir. it, l'. .-r ..i .', u,.. % at is" of-
II' t ., l]',.,-_,n I-'O.. ni r .r. Ti lt l'. tl oday of
.\A il TD l':! l. ., I -i clockk iln the fore-
noon, judgment .11 i. I- rendered against
o(n and your property sold to pay the
debt. .
Dated this 5th day of .l,iiuni, A. I).,
1891. J. A. &J: R. LIt I'FI*.
Plailn tiffs.
Henry B. Coulter, I'', r ..tii :.


F^F FOR EERY Mi E WHO TIhi TT1 THE TRlOUSBLE TO ASK FO IT. -
'; + : "





I SUBSCRIPTION PRICE $1.00 PER YEAR.

THE GREAT SOUTHERN WEEKLY, 151,000 WEEKLY, READ BY NEARLY

A mILLION READERS. .

SiW Agents.make $25 to $100 per month working for us. Send for Outfit. Easiest
bi paper in America to get subscriptions for.-- a
'*. SSENDB IX NAMIES FOR SAMIPio COPIES, Write on a Postal Card the names and addresses of YOURSELF and
FIVE neighbors, and Sample Copies of The Great Southeri Weekly will be sent FREED of charge.
No NOUSEHOhD SHOtD BE WITHOUT IT.
"'OTMilQ CCEED LIKE SIUCCESS." The fact that moI th, : O families read THE WEKLY
cosTUTION ery wek is the best proof that it has no equal in America as a Faimily Paper.
Want of sp:.c' prevents our mentioning all the specdnl writers who will help to make the CONSTITUTION for 1891
the Best Weekly Al Earth. Wie give the names of a few leading contributors who are under contract to wrie for each issue
S during the coming year:
m IIIL A11P5. Beside the regular contributions of the most famo-e writera th world has Tpro.
hThe Famous Philosopher-llumorlst. above TIIE CONSTITUTION has sono to a dnced will imnIe each number if tL'e CON-
OE A greater expense than any other American STITUTIONworiih a rears sibscrlption. Itt
UJOEL ( eUANLEU s eleABRIS n. newspaper to secciire coIitrlitibltont froI the is tLi chI"aptrt in price, the bigeart anllt ie
*5 Of Uncle t .eius" rCllity. most noted special writers of the world weekly ieWSppapoer publishletdl ot th known
]Bey. T. Detwre TTAI.d A.G, Fpr the Yoar 1891. worM, iNo houehonid sitoild be Mitliout it%
The Celebrated Divine. chaer to the family flremide. It has ome.-
PI2I E Lechttfers, "by Sarge" sCOL. FIIANHK A. BIUB, thine to please alid interest every meiUber
M lThe "Georgia Cracker,'" Tih Faimous Correspondent will BUpply of the fani ly.
regularly Letters froi The European For thie Fatherand Sons, It has Agre.c
UrANKh L. ST'A.TON, Centers on matters of special interest to tnaraL EiduianrilandPoltllaiNews c '
The Poet. American readers, and particularly to the Stories of the Wat" amid Adventure.
S WALLACE P. REED, Farmers of this country ; a study of Agri- For the Mother and,, Danhtere itl offer
whoar hot tseeaa cultural and Idusotrial EurIope being the tWhans lgdol, CIdreu's De rt
TI aRieputation. chief motive for his Trip to thi Old World. meat and other scialtfs for fe in
Dr .. W LJONES,, ,HENRY IM. STANLEY, foncy.
| The South'ent Agricultural In addition to Its special dePartments It
The South's' rtcst rominent Asgicuitural ThW Celebrated African Explore? \ledli American i e'papersa lartmen it
iEditor. hi e ibard friei during the year in a complete the news of tie worlil. Itettai
W. BARIRETt, eerie of tho 'iatioretiting .articles ever you thing to BO this great paper and you
Our Secial Washingto Correspondent. published. will o yourself an inlstice it yeo do net y
SMrsVWm. KIlNG, TIIOS. A, EDISON, Bend for i saiiple ropy. After yoen real if t i
The Editress of Woman's Klngddm and our The Great Electrician ad the %orl you do is have toU ubibiper
childrenu'.;Dpartent. and more than One Hundrea other of the for it.
SfNOTE.-it you want T'heo9gathern Farm the best monthly for Formers ever printed, send L63S and both Farm and CONSTITUTION
will be sent you for a year.
Address THE CONSTITUTION, ATLANTA, GA.
he' I^'rCLLra0Tpr^^ ^,f^


NOTICE FOit PUBLICATION. N NOTICE OF INSOLVENCY.
Laud Office at GAINxEVILLE I'LA. In Coutnty Court,
Dec. 210, 180, Levy County. Florida.)
Notice is hereby given lhat Ithe tollowing- V Whereas, William H. Anderson, aOdmin
llunitd seitler has tiled notice of his in'tiVn- istrator de bonis non of the estate of A. E
tion to make Minal proof in tlupport of his J11[..1,-.-. late of Levy county deceased, leas
claliln. and that said proof wilh be niade tbi. :1. il 1e the ofic otl the County Judge of
fore Judge, or ill his abselle clerk circtsit said county a wrikttn suggestion of the
court at ronusoti, Fla., on lFeb. 24, 1891, insolvency of said estate;
viz: tice is hereby given to all) per sons hav-
JAME K. HILL, of Barco. Fla., g la -a aid estate, of aty na-
JA 1L, of beico. ,liture whatsoever, to iile the sate dilly atl-
Ild. 1:786 &2U0!)82for the NS' /N1W 4; SE% thenticated, in the office t' the County
NW iS-c. 7, & SY SSW4 6Sec.6ti T .-1ib. Judge. of said coliht\ on or before the 1st
R. 10 E. "Monday in 3|iiy, A. I)., 1891, the 8aime
* lie naimes the following witnesses to being thile 4th daiy ihereo', at which time
prove his cuitinuonu residence upon andt ,lere will be a pro rnta payment to credi-
cultivation of said land, viz: tors entitled thereto, and tie administrator
George 1). 31urrill, Isaac S. Pedrick. discharged BEN F,'IIEDMAN.
Jlons J. l'urber, Lott. B. M uArrill, .of Bar- County Judge.
co, Fla. This 8d day of October. A. D., 1810.
ALEX. LYNCH,
2.6w Register. NOTICE.


A IRAREE ARGLIN.
280 ACHES .MILfE FROM
2 0 C lourt House 0 ros cleared.
25 tdiler felce. 50 orange trees, 35
leavy crops. Railrofid r ns tirobgh

place.' As good Iarning it1i d as i there
is in the S ato. I t'you eai ibusinless
attld wiant titl, parlticltirs,. wrile to or
call onl TIME,-DEM OCiAT,
Bronson, Fla.

-Why not try the Trimes-Democrat
three mouth for 25 cents.


Land Otlice at (alwn,'ville. FlI.,
<* ,. 1 1 1 .. '- o 1 ., l
Notice is hereby givon that the following
named settler11t li tied otice of his inten-
tion to nwke iinal prcin.'r support of his
claim. ard that said proof will be made be-
fore J. M. Barco, clerk, Circoit Court, at
Biironsoii, ia., ii. February 21, 1891, viz:
FLOY D M. BUCKALEW, of Judson,
El oIor.id a. -
Ild. 16270for the'-NWi See. 15 T. 11 SR.
16 E.
Ile taIhles the following witnesses to
prove his CltOnti.toS us Fesidence tpon, and
< hi1i .'...I,-n i,['. aid htland, viz:
J. N. ieri ohl arner, James B.
Smith, I Ieury Gariner, ,- t.l .,,n, Fli.
A lex. L.i ],:l, ;,. ._ ..- r


IFLORIDA CENTRAL Bi~ SULAR RAILWAY,


FIorida Trunk L ne


ShrAt Line


To all -points in South, Middle and West Florida, hobtile, New Orleans anld the
Southwest. Direct connections to. all points NSorthwest and Northeast.
'Tilie Card iii me'tlc. Deceilrl 15, 18)0.'
South. North. No. ) No. t Western Div'n. No. 2 No. 1
No. 8 No. 7 Southern Divill. No. 8 No. 4 8)p 7 3a Iv Jaxville ar 1 ,'p 5 6 15a
6O10p (11)IiI lv lernatmdiniia ar 2 55p 91 4<,a "8{ 17 8.a:1h. .k iVitdwi' Iv. 12 031p 5 30a8
8 44ip 11'Ma Iv Calanhan al- 1 4, 4 7 t 4 21), 2par .oltiee I, l V 8 20a 840 p
9 0p 40a I VJaxvile r- 1 ,6p 1hima ta ,2 2D3 1 at)' r"ll,'issea INv 7'4ia 7 7(0p
10 U) l, 1251)t1) iv Balldwtiln lI 10 i 5 : t 5a6 4' s isa 3 191 )a4 t' ii.. .. lVU 54a2, -:
I1 .11p 14 -lx pr St'rke 1v I -Ithc- i2 oita. 4 1)0ap ar4 RI5ie' tune Iv 6 lla Si3,p
12 54a .2 4p ar Hiaw'tihorne lv 10 41ta 2 Sia- 7 30p Il810p a'r P'ei'sacol, lvl 1 ilia 6 30a
*1.30a 3111t ar Citra IV 1Q la 1 5.a ..... 2 a ar olile Iv 7 ....p
348 4 ),i ar Silvei' Sp'gs Iv 5) -,a ... .... 7 tilI a r a N Orle ns lv .......
2 21a 4 0' i ar Oc'aahin Iv !3 :la 1' 3a 50ai ar Montgonl'ry ar 7p ..0p
.. .. 7 (i.p ar Homlsait S'.j hv '7 00a; 1 2 ar .Lori)-Sville' Iv 12 Ira ....
2 '.!'.dsl -. -'i
-I 3 5.. 5 t) ar r eL(eesl'ira h" ; % "a 1 34 .. 3i a62. tn a Ciiciinnati lv 7 5ip ....
5 2a 6, 1Op- ar ''a'vares vi 7 v S it 5 p |1 7 2,1 ar St Louis Iv 7 p ......
8 sl0a 7 ilt ar Apopka Iv 6 ;37a 6i p ... IH 3at ar l:..i: IV 8 05P ..
I) 4-a 7 Z;i' tI Orlando IV i 5l05t (i tl t '
8 4i4a 45711lv WilTdwot(l Iv t1 1 i 31 Monticello 'Thomasville Limited,.
B MSa (i17p, ar Dilde City Iv G t ia 9 t 5p No. No. 6
625a 7 3,5 ar llt ity lv 57t :1, 7 alv .iaxville at' 90 p ..
74,) .l|p ar ITampa lv I a 7 I01)' .... 1 2s7 er Mntiello lv 350 ....
...... 2 .' I' ar W aldo Iv 11 3S. .. iSa ai Thom asville Iv' 3 ..
...... 2 ... 1 arGainesville v 10 l'bt 8 0oo, ar 3lontgotery Iv 7 ooa ..).
S...... 6 4ip i Cedar Key Iv 6. 3a 1t II.. p itar l..;ii .'-, y i, v 8 2:a .
S. 7 a d 8 d y a d d l. ... .. .u alr -il' i v' v I 35p .....1 .
Nos. 7 and 8 daily; 3 atud4 daily. 12To7p ar lto isville IV 3op ..::..
S ...... 4 osl) ar Cicinati Iv 11 oos ......
Fernaldinta and tCtnmberland Itoute. .... 't an 6tLOS IV1' l a ....
No. 6 No. 60 For Bruitswlck. No. 5 No.61 7 Swvannee Rliver itoute.
'4-1Sp .9 30a Iv Jaxville ar 85tia 21 N.p No. "o.2 NO. -10
5) 01)A61 l',, ir F'erpaindina lv ITa 12 451-p ) o .
..... i'I. .PIBrubswick Iv ..... 806a i6 3op 73oalv Jxville, ar,9oop 6'la.
.. .o' ., -o S ai lv Baldw'in lv '17p 5 'a5i.
'All daily except Sunday. Daily steam- lo 3p T9 ia Iv LakeVity Iv 7 oop 3o5on
ure between Fernandinii and Brunswick 12 o7a lo 5ila ar .Jasyer 'v 7 oop 1 53a
cr.nnedt with all *points. Noi'th, West and E11M all.t*ar. t Viadosta Iv ,o olp 12eoa
W'e n -6 447a ) 3i-2plar laconl Iv.11 oom. 7.oop
.No' fim...r. Sunday tt s leiye. Jachson- t oa. 360p r Atlanta 1v 1 R5 32 i;p
ilt- 1:'. a i nM N os. 1, 2, n6,9 Iattln ily, ; 1, 2, P nllinin
a .ar to ew tnrl-,: 1', 'st-eept rto .tivau;
T.i-i 'a 6t, C i ;,sleeper t.o iihnillst. ,cn.o .
Ticket ,m,.,?, 1 Itay St., Cor. Hogan'. Depot foot of Hogan street, Jacksonville.
N. PE\ N l-'I N, Trflic 31anager. A. 0. AOAcD)uXNEILL, Gten.Plass, AgetL.'


,J. P. Reddick,


J. L. Willis


OREJDICK & WILLIS,









If young ant a farm, Orange Groves, Phosphate or thimorad
Lands, Call on or address us at the above point t


- ~i" -- -i
.5-


-I




















Ii

Ii
'1













'-I
'I
'I-


-" i-L i ,.t,'t i
-..M r ,.


(Pr~ckly A ia, Pokie ltiot nid Potassloew.)
i-MA TUSPOSITIVE CUPTS OF ALL. FORMlf& AD ST.02S 0? E'


Phyeicians endorse P. P. P. as a splen-
did combination, and prescribe it with
great satisfaction eor the cnes of all
forms and states ofi-rimary, Secondary
uan Tertiary Syphilis, Syphilitic hTen-
natism. Scroftulots Ulcers and Sores,
)IlandunafSwellings. lihetnimatiam. Kid-
say Complaints, ol0 Chronic Olcers that


'.11- -~-
5,iZ7Zl
ti'

~ -~
"~t'c: ~'
i-'1' -'v':


have resisted all treatment, Cata Ski, n S E'5d!n
Diseases, Eczema, ('hron. I'emaloe '"
Complaints, Mercurial Poison, Tetter, 'h,.-' f'
Scaldhead, etc., etc. ,,
P. P. P. is a poTIrful toiao and an
excellent apritizsr, building up the __
system rapidly. 'If you are weak and
feeble, amd feel 1..dly try P. P. P., and


yon will regain flesh mad st!rengtlh.
Waste of energywn all da.' resulting
^coin overtaxin;.g thaesysite are cured 6y
the u'.s of P. P. P.
Ladies whose symteinsm.repoisoned.rnd
; whosoblootdi' ta'an impnre eoi.it iodiine.
to men'truai irregularitios are poculi.;rly
benefited by the wonderful tonio and






blood cleansing properties of P. P. P.,
Prickly Ash. Poke Root' and Potasaium.
Sold by all Driggists.
LIPP3,AN BRkOS., Proprietors,
WHOLESALE DRUGMPSTS.
., tppr lttloskf SEAT XXAHi, CA.


__ _~_ ___


.I-~-~ .__-....~ ....~._.. ____.___


- I ....._ L.


rrr~n~n~i~~~U rtlSR~~*l~a


. -, .













,'fhe Times-Deii~rn~at.


WANTED.--The consent of 10,- Items from Rosewood.
000 Smbkers,-to send each a sample January 26, 1891.
lot of 150 "NICKEL" Cigars and 'a Correspondence Timecs-Demnocrat.


(Entered at the P. 0. at Bronson 20 year gold filled Watch, by Express There was a marriage here on the
as second class matter.) <. 0. D. $5.25 and allow examination. 16th inst. The contracting parties
HAVANA CIGAR Co., Winston, N. C. were from Sumner. No cards.
We are notresponsibleforiIh views i in o r
exores.sed b our corresponuenus. In the Senate a few weeks ago the Miss Quaintance, of Archer, came
down Saturday night week to take
force bill was displaced and put back charge of the Caseu school. This ac-
TiIURSDAY. January 29, 1891. on the calendar, and again Monday counts for the inexpressibly sweet ap-
i when thu republicans were trying to pearauce of Mr. B. George, our very
LOCAL BRIEFS. pass a cloture resolution by which the popular railroad boss, on that partic-
force bill could be taken up and put ular evening.
through, the democrats succeeded in Mrs. Little, of Sumner, spent one
January 29. d. the o d n day last week with Mrs. C. M. Jacobs,
displacing the resolution, and now nte of Rosewood.
County commissioners meet Monday. rads are very sick. Democracy is on This is the dullest place (except
See our grand offers on fourth page. top. Bronson) that can be found in Levy'
county. Somebodysaida few days
This has been a good "hog-killing" We meant no reflection when we ago that Somebdysaid a few day sto
winter. mentioned Mr. W. H. Anderson as as Bronson, the 'difference consisting
It may be foul, it may be fine, but our "ol1" tax collector, in last issue. inthe fact that orie of the Rosewood
thiisJanuary o In years, Mr, A. ihas just reached hia stores was always closed; and the oth-
i Prime, and so competent an official is ers had nothing in them.
Th(re will be no preaching at the le that we hope to see him occupy the How futile are florts to keep our
Methodist church Sunday. "better halves' in ignorance of our
Method chuh unday. gubernatorial chair. We now rise to weaknesses. r have labored under
.Mr. Colson.and Mr. James Love, of nominate Mr. Anderson to be the next the pleasing impression for yearsthat
Trenton, were in town Monday. governor. Mrs. Will considered me an embodied
tr;uthI). But alas! how I have been
The easiest way to break a dog Messrs. 11. A. Batchelor, of Saginaw, deceiving myself. A few nights ago
from sucking eggs is to kill him. and J.J. McLochlin, of Bay City, AMrs. Will renuarked: "Here, Will, is
Parasiticide cures itch in 30 mirn Mich., who own 40,000 acres of fine chance for you to make a hundred
utes. Price 50c. Sold by J B.Coarsey timber land in this county, were in dollars .
town several days the past week. They my dai" I askd..
Mr.and Mr.c urnr from Chigo, left Monday on a tour of inspection l "This paper offers one hunddreddol-
Mr. and Mr.. Turner, from Chicago, left Monday on a tour of inspection, lars for the best serial story, by new
are visiting Mr. J. S. Turner at Levy, with George Maxwell, who is superin- beginners, by the first of March; and
ville. Itendent of their land, to guide them. I nalit y-u to .iiimpete f'.r it."
The country surrounding Bronson We hope before long to see some large "But, ifu 1" ill 6i t il ak n mo-
h l meant, if !1 m,:, %.u (.imll a" knth wlek ,e
is as.fine as can be found anywhere. saw mills dot this rich set;un. thnt! I :ntio ,f ,,ml,-t- nt t ,k enter ai to
This ia pointer to settlers. 'ABOTVAC Io. c ptii with the ta t at t il
What attraction is there at Leyy- CEDAR KEY, a., Jan. 23, litprize."
vifortwoo our young men who CEDAR KEY F, Jan. 23, l.l. tel me," she said, "anybody
ie or two o u young men who Editor Times-Democrat. : wo caun let as big a lie as you can,
spend Sunday qut there occasionally? DEAR Sin:-In reply to yur di.- wouldd certainly stand a fair chance to
The first quarterly M.E. conference trial note in last issioe rf T.-D., I m tsut at lasted u furhe,
4) it is out at last, amd upon-urthei
for Bronson and Archer circuit will directed by the County B,.rn of ,qluestioning site says she has kuownu i
beheld here on February 7th and 8th. [-I-iilth to say that a supply f "fresh "'eyer so loner'." ',I
Ie opportunity ot a ifetime-The bovine yvirs" is kept o had by this lihe."inthnts' dreams a ..dall'm: II
T'Ifse ,opportunAtyot r afletme--he Board, obtained direct from the State is customary wiIi i't;.Mrs. Will and
TrimEsDE.IXocRATone year and a corn- Board of Heai'LtatJa,..ksonville, and I.totalk upou pleasantvtopics, and
,plete set ot Dicilens- wors for only that all. the physicians ju thi county aoidas s p. le unleasan
$1.60. can.obtaia supply i-y making appl,- o'ie, dtirin,, our aieau~. l' is piau
i fs, t, cation to the secretary ol this iUo,1Il Iiims 1.' ,v' lo-k to, a great extent
Tuesday morning a white frost,- at Cedar Key tihe.ut ,gi ahy of io to bard, and einte-
Wednesday morning warm, and the Very Respectfully Yourv centss that cmapt isan ., ofth iePresent
-mock-birdand jaybird sing their songs JAs. Am.E, wilh [lthie p)Ea,, rin-re relilete with luxu-
ofpring.; g b Sec. Levy Co. Board of lHellh. ries, kind lihmnds and neighbors. lu
L e m Clno ,erofO cpPofbrinity wilh this cu-tom, soite
Lem Colson, one of our popular SCHOOL BOA I. rumornia:'since, Mrs. Will related, at
school teacher, has gone to Jasper to Board met Jan. 661h at 10 o'clo-k.k breakfuit, a ,dIreams slit had the uight
takea normal course under. Prof. Present, Win, H. Andersm.n, presideu:; I-previou-. I .,lluwed, telling mine,
Guilliams. ,. 3. J. Davis; and S. Philips, Supt. h. W e wcre not aware that the
SB J Dvs an S P lis 'nlopeti" uas paying any attention
A heavywind' prevailed here Sat- Board refused to grant to Oki u.s whatevi r or even "if he had
urday, and the Nor:h and East were Grov any divston of their time,--, ,en. thatli e would have anvy 'oneep-
visited by almost destructive wind and Ai "" v it s., ,,i i t at a dream meatit; hut I lhad '
SA petition from Hardee school haully' ceed ',eakili be-Ijre he said:
8now storm... si;nd ,by all but two of the patrons, .I des n,. tu, 'ast night. I deamed
SO"ur bIoor continues. Mr. Graham asking that they be allowed the use of I died and went to hell, and the ole
s ad mhade a ntu pi.rs ne nmnlth's salary in fixing up their devil loppend me and boMffed me anm.
has hadimadea.,enew pair of steps ouse, v.ranted, and warrant for and bofiud me; trying' to put. me ini
reaching the entire front, of the post, $25"drawnii. the fire" Whie rig from a
office block. received of Treasurer Epperson grippe a few days ago, his :i,.iber it,.ld
s Little Early Risers; only canceled warrant amounting to .81,- him that if he would go to sleep, he
%L1would, Probably feel better when h lie
pill lor chronic constipiation. itndiges- Warrants.drawn this day were from waked up. "I do'te, wantto do to
tion, dlyspepsia. None so' good. Sold Nos.-391 to 424 inclusive and amount- peep," hesaid "I's so ick, faid f
by,. J. B. Epperson. ing to $1,132 .8. .I do to peep l lldie. ,
e offte countyin'., Bill of maps purchased of W. A. UNCLEA I ILL.
The neteeting of the countyin listed amounting to $12.25 or- U
stitute wi'l bo held in Bronson on the dered paid. Also bill of T'MELs-DE.. It+ms from LeObanoii.
21st proximo: It will, also be the OCRAT for printing, $1.50, paid. Janua 5, 89.
last meeting of the term. Aditru.J to meet first Tuesday in Corresponden January 5, 1891.
U February. CorrespondenceTimes-Demiocrat.
Dr. JLekson, Mr. Robinson and the We are all still living. Christmas
other hunters returned Saturday even- "Fr'olI Mflger 10 Tii01.' is gone, and I never' enjoyed it. My
ing. They killed several deer and' wife and baby were sick, qand I sup',
turkeys, besides enjoying the trip. in, There is a great deal of meaning in pose you have some idea how sickness
mensely. the title of Dr. Tulmage', famous new makes one feel,
book. It was suggested by himself, We are havingplenty of frost, and
Small in size. great ii results: De- and he says it came to hin like an I anticipate a good crop yer. Most
Witt's Little Early Risers. Best pill inspiration. "On the rail train from farmers are !.-.y 'rel'.arilg ithe ground
for constipation, best for-. sick head- St. Louis to New York and while ar- for another me.I. My ,ihel is up .
ache, best for sour stomach. J. B. riving at Alliance, 0., it flashed upon and loo fin-fine.- '
Epperson. me.-'FnoI MANGER TO T1OE.' Dr.. J Fields, of Citrus, is dea
Like'everything else that he origi- He died New Year's day. OldRFther
SOurpeoule should make an endev- rates, this uiqu title has attract e eaps as e goes, without respect
or to have the public school ,term world wide notice, and it has required e reaps as he goes without respect
lengthened by at least three months. all the powers of the copyright lavs p p .
+, _- I-- __ r.S R. P. Pries t illpd d t hn rt


Five months are entirely too short for to prevent some t*ree or four con.
as ,o + + scienceless and soulless publishers
a school term. from severally stealing it and apply
Rev. W. S. Richardson will reside ing it to worthless and- base attempted
at Archer the coming year. We regret Iimitations of Dr. Talmage's ereat
work. ':FROr MANGER TO THRONE"
his removal very much, but commend brings out two very beautiful, comr
him and his'hoble wife to the good prehensiye arid exalted ideas. First,
people of Archer. it means the whole life of the Saviour,
from his birth in the humble manger,
We learn with regret of th'e death to hisre.enthronement at the right
of S. Quincey, Jr., son of Mr. Samuel hand of God. Second, it means the
Quincey. His short life was one of birth of the Christian faith in the low-
suffering, but thanks be to God, there est earthly stations and in the midst
is no pain in heaven. of the most humble.surroundings, and
its glorious development and progress
We sell more of DeWitt's Little in the salvation and regeneration of
Early Risers than any other pill'; the world. A more appropriate title
their action is easy. do not gripe or could not be foub d for so grand and
cause pain, are time best regulator of comprehensive aibook.
the liver, stomach and bowels. J. B. G i
Epperson. Rev. Geo. W. Archie is canvassing
,the county for this grand book that
Mrs. Rob Reynolds, of New York, should be in every household with
came down Saturday to visit her par,, tihe Bible..; It is finely illustrated, and
ents, Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Reynolds. with each, book goes a large panoramic
blhe will spend the remainder of the view of Jeusale in Christ's life.
winter here, and' will nrobahlv be


joined by her husband later on. .NOTICE.
I Levy Cou'nty Board of Health. )
J. B. Epperson had shipped from Cedar Key, Fla., Jan. S, 189i. f
this point, up to last week, 200,000 N OTICrE is hereby given to all persons,
Sluarents, andl guniardians, tot all 1)lysi-
pounds of seed cotton, and 65 bales of cians and nimnic;pal authorities int Levy
1ciuiltty, thi a full and strict comilianle
lint; also, 1,300 crates of oranges. We with the lahts of the State Board orf health
think this a good showing for one firm, relative to vaccination and re-vaccination
Is boherebv demanded and required. By or-
and give it as proof that the -Levy der of the Levy County Board of Hlealtih.
county farmer is not a ep. oYS 'residet.
* county farmer is not asleep, JAs 0. ANDIIEW$,xc, -,


11o n s tha e.wjeig hme a -a ponot
\long since that iyeighed 310 pounds
gross, home'raised.
Mr. A. J. Turner's corn house with
all its contents, and good mule, were
destroyed by fire a few ni.glts ago.
supposed to have been done through
malice. We hope justice will over-
take all such evil doers.
Our school has been suspended on
account of the illness of the teacher.
U.


SHEItIFF'S SALE.
'TNDEf and by virtue nf an execution
U issued oit of the Circuit Court of Le
vy coiltvy Forida, ill a certain cansi
therein pending, wherein 1I. C; Williams &
Co are plaintilffs, and W. J. Epperson im
defendant, 1 have levied upon and will sel
on the first Monday in lMarch, A. D. ISol)
being the second day of said month, before.
the court house door oh' said county, a
Bronson, diirinmr the legal hours of sale, t(
the highest bidder for cash, all the right
title and interest of thelsaid W. J. Epper.
son ill or to the following described proper.
ty to-wit: All that lot, piece, parcel o01
tract ot land together with the tenements
hereditaments and appurtenances there.
unto bIelonging or in atvwise appertainin
situate,t lyinu stand bel'r in the town or
Bronsou, county and State atfoiesaid, aln(
more particularly described as follows to-
wit: Commeincifng at the northeastcornel
or lot deeded by AV. 11. iColter to E. 31
Beidlcmian, thence rnnnill" wet along the
northern boundary of said lot 2t0 feet;
thence north paraiel with section line 21(
tert; thence east 210 feet parallel with fir
described l ein; theOce south 210 feet to
point of beghilltg, colltanllliniig one actic
more or less, in sections 7 and l Tp, 12 R
17 e st.,
Plirclihaser to pay for titles.
W. iH. tBIt AM, Sheriff L.evy Co.
Heury 1t. Cou'ter, 1Tt'fs attorney.


G:





Ii
tc

al


B'
2Jta.,


Rous.,I
and Ek
fendal.,
door illtlt
Florid, on
A D.; y8of,
sale. lublie
best 'ldoer for
scrib il'ropertv -
sa id linty or Le .
of nai nI conelcinI,,
the e,(rile W ci,
tion 2itowvnsip elev.,
'east, ii theile e'e
line I,1 I.. [ .' 140 yard
feet oY7o yards; thenle v,
vardthceince north 210 fet,
., ,',,h-. ,..l ailing tw\ ,
hii ,I oii .... nientls there,
to he bid to satisfy said deer
the sail iouss. J. M,.
Speeia
Lutlelol, Ashby & Davis, t
Cinplainant's solicitors.1
MASTER'S SALE.
Yv'irtue of a decree of foreclosure.
.1' ],I ma* ,'lde aiid rendered oni
10th c, ...I .January, A. D. 1891 by t
Judgpol' the Circuit Court for the Fit',
JuddiIl Circuit of Florida in and for ,Levy
count;, at, chambers, in a certain chancery
cauiisetherein pending wherein Porter,
Putt( & Company are conmplainants and
Banrniias Bradley is defendant, I \vill ell.
'beforqthe court house door in tie town of
Broiin., Levy county, Florida, on Monday
(lie2dtay ot March, A. 1). 1491,- between
the loIal hours of sale, at public outcry', to
thile hhest and best biddur for cash, the
fulloung described personal property to-
wit: One cream colored geldigig .horse;
one r(l and one pided ox known as the Joe
Cannin oxen; and one thimble skeini wag-,
on. 1 i d property to be sold to satisfy
said qicree in favor ol the said Porter, Dut-
ton 0'q'o. J. M. BAlwCO,
I / ipeciil lMaster.
H. BjCoulter, Complainants' Solici or.
i ASTER'S SALE.
tB i virtue of a decree of a foreclo-
il re of mortgage made andi.reni-
derel on the 10thl day of January, A.
1). 1091, by the Judge "of the. Circuit
Coult for the Fifth Judicial Ciricuit
of I',:,rila in and for Levy county, at
ohlinb1erm, in a certaiiii hancery cause
rt'miii :cdiug wherein Porter, Dirt-
101 t_.'.';re complainants, and Ponli-
l'?y ,,rri. is deieendait, I will sell
I..,ltit. thie court hioitue dooa ill the
Si of Bronson, Levy county, Flori-
d,l, oni Monday the 2d day of March,
A. I. 1891, between the legal hours
of s:-., at Imblic outcry, to the hig.'h-
-It :'ml l.-t bidder for cash, the fol-
I,\"' \ described I|ro.lt.i'- ly rii'nind
b.,ting in i le said county 'tf Levy to-
Sit! 'I ie northwest quarter of lthe
In,.'u I -e quarter of section: tfliity-
tu tow wi|'ldIp elfve\'cii olth ot raiige
tirIltteli ,-1t, ciii aiiinliiig forty acres'
1II1'0 tr li-ss,' w ith all imll[,rov-'e'lllil<
i h"ier'ii : also, the fidlloun Ing, p3i'sonal
proicr%' T,'-wit : ix l-r.,il of, stock
tata le mi.irled t-d crop s,'llt il. oi 'C:i1
ttu iiidm.'rbils inii the othri ; also <,ii.
r'a,i nmare about five years old hi:|niil
I-'aiiii. ; :11,d one two huorie wagon.
Sn ;i1 l., iii l :iil personal pIroIeri tl io 1'
-,Ild I., .it;':- said-d]icre. in favor of
tile .aid Porter, Dntton & Co.
'J. M. BARCO,
-. ., Special Master.'
II. B. Coulfer, Conipl'ts. Solicitor.
NOTICE FOR PUBLIC ACTION.
Land Office at Gain.iie-illu. F.l.i..
-JanL.,'. It", I 1-' I
Ni. c,- i. .n.r,.,l. ".i 1 111.11t the f9llo''
iviir '1 i i r, ht .l.ir i1 tll '
his claim, andthatM I.,l .. v ifw
..fe- f JIl.. ,ih.-I-rit o n, or
-.i...- tie- ']- i I, .,t Bronson, Fit
18, 1591, viz: ,
FRANCIS LYNN, of Ju,
HI. 1i"wi.i .r he NW quarter'
TI'. l -. 1!. E.
He names the following v
prove his continuous residence.
.il.i] ;i; .i,t said land, viz:
,.t1. 1..-, .-, *. W N Hogan, C.'
W. I. ,eli, ofJudson, Pla.
Alex. Lynch,
NOTICE FOR PUBLIC.-
Land Office at Gainesvil
January 10, 1
Notice is tereby givenI that
ing-named settler hisf liled notit,
tention to make tinal l);oof in si
claim, and that said proof .wi
before Judge ofcirouit court,' o01
sence clerk circuit court, at Br
On tMarch 13, 19SI, viz:
JOHN LYNN, of Judsol
I-Td. 1630 Ifor the SE quarter of
10 S. R. 14 E.
-He names the following. '
prove his'continuons residence, '
cultition of, said land, viz:
J. M. Love. J. V.tlogaii, .C.
G. W. Fletcher, of J dtson,' Fla.
Alex.,Lynch,
NOTICE FOR PUjLICA
Land Office at Gainesville
January 10, ,1
notice is hereby given thliat t
ing-miaied settler has filed notice'
eluiolu tollake final rooff in i-
is ('lain, antd tliat sai prioor t wil.
)rlore James M. Barco, clerk cir'
it Bronson. Fla., on 1l'arch 11, 1, "
IILLIARD NEW'mANS, 0of
"ton, Flu., a
Id. 15542 for tle NS of SWV quart
lie names the following witi
Irove his eoutiinons residence u
ciltivalion of, sail land, viz:
Joseph George, X. II. Blitch, P.
er, J, 1. Epperson, ot0 Willisto>,-
Alex. Lynch. Re.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICAT
Laud Office at Gainesville,
January 10. 159I
Notice is hereby given that the
nc-named settler has filed notice o
eiition to niaKe fiaal proof in sui
its claim, and that said proof will 1
before J. 31. Barco, clerk circuit c('
Bronson, Fla., on March 12, 101, vi\
IYRUM SULIVENT. of Ju
Fla.,
id. 10.003 for the S, of SW nnarter
W. quarter of SW quarter Sec. 25 T'
f. 14 E.
He naiimes the following witines.
lrovehis continuous residence upo'
Jultivation of, said land, viz:


(I. W. Fletcler. E. AMullis, J. W. I-
C. T. Joni's, o(, Jutdsoa, Fla,
Alex. Lynchl, eiRis


The merchant who advertises i.
liberal, progressive dealer. Patro
toini.


I'


I'


`V


and










BROQN




1DI2id E id'cy Grmerit*


-WE Offer Bargaini neier *.
iness of Bronson and WILL N6(
Hay, Oats, Flour and Salt at ROKQC



:-:.ENTRAL
.. J ..
*: BROWN

i.




THE TABLE IS SI


Special rate


1w













































ii
"ape



,Iti.
b.rt.etlv,
,mormalniou r.gnd-
com0. pleOte law
Mrhi. O I-...,. and
th oetteral law
osntis-pdmattnwit..
eaiJ."II of the imlmln.e of
l per, lead.sme,O. ti, ab
Sh eruls f i de.s l|lend a-bs
er i s, i w.u like.
eti .
(I S tLLANEO.US. Herein
dI" 1. .1ntnit
,Ibl of Asn T e ..on limule, Ir, l5
r i tb S il sat Trroitoes. s
ohh t-il' e, i .of 'h inlitl "
72 s" re1i Prlod. 1 llU miidilM i
sal oesi., height of m ounannis,
V.etrity at bhrdi.n" beilht mla n .i-.
em. d ITerite I t re1 m fluVxlgtln. stne
.ot pmtn, h" histologlm.l hintoy ofdts-
imlsr sobrtquetm of Atihrlsne Stoiate
aatdio erl eorsr., rolen for npestito n. rm.
mapial I. Wall Street phll.e, e, bliore
1 .t1., e adi. a
ihe amill f Stte, od l ofr tltro f lir eni
,,s in rdi. f o perlm .fate of the AIole.,
of th globe, leadlug t nit of l orld,
.a of what a r ihmark blirntteri ngo, in trmcttive and.
talneil. yet hut a fralstial part o t thopis tratge lan
mltihed i anyyandarla.age. inp i, oumeeihld b with.l
gal tt v p ti o.s that a santli
t tf re..-y


I ( OIi ihes-4 .1,,milinoth Cyclopa-tdia,
radersl iMi..lv -llmwi' o extraoir--
'Oliediil. ,.,,m.ithle in fo lfour vol-
So, -TuItm-' Li-Xvy eSImis.-DEMO-
wlmii'li 'islmt 50 cents oiire
,qa ih l et this large emnd
It'miteat offer, a iwm\(ii-
t lor'tl h111"o ,lolt illli 1'
ary oulel t6hojpe to
(ds th tat tirtmev c ra1 ,t
'Cripc tiomi to oilr a-
t hI e o taki wadv.,i-

L* o n "e ni
Tlt e


*'d,
e!




,e wha

n, the site,
-" life,
.4ht to .how
on my lips,
eis echpBe.
.6re the rest
/eep with f'eea;
life'ss stormy sea,
Suup to my breast;
,re thy hopes, thy feat,
,the weary, weary years.
!hard to feel
iay nieet thee full and fair,


THE GREAT TONIC.
Puriftes fthe Blood. Aids Digestion.
Purely Vegetable.
WOL.LS WODE I=-T(L )UMES
Last fall I was suffertog from General Debil-
ity, from some blood affection, and my whole
system was run down generally. Commenced
taklngyour medicine (Wooldridge's Wonderful
Cure) and experienced great relief before fin-
lshing the first bottle. have used it In my
family ever since with good results.
Cotiix S, Ga., June 15, 1889. L. G. BOWERS.
DA&B SIRS ; Early In the vear 18891 had-a fully
developed case of Scroiulh, so pronounced by
our of the best doctorsia nthe city of Columbus.
Took three bottles of your W. W. C. (Wool-
drldge's Wonderul Cure), and am to-day as well
V.i ever I was. I took no other medicine but
SW. C. HENRY McBRIDE.
This is to certify that the above facts are cor-
rect, and that I administered the medicine.
HAsnLTON, Ga.,Feb. 26,1. J. iV. ELLIOTT.
FOR SALE BY ALL, BDRuGG5STS.


1Nrt Jiulf WTarm Enough for Him.
"VWartn?" he said,-putting on a heavy
pair of gloves and buttoning his light
' overcoat, "you don't call this warm
weather, do you?"
"Do I call it warm?" said the other,
mopping his brow and trying to fan
limself at the sane time, while his face
grew redder and redder. "I call it
gridiron heat."
"Pooh, pooh, my dear fellow; the i
mercury isn't above ninety-two."
"Ninety-two!" ,
"And it hasn't been above a hun-
dred more than once this year."
"Shades of all the Icelanders!" cried'
the red, fat man, "what would you
like to have it-135 in the shade?
Would you like to boil eggs in th6 pub-!
lic fountains? Do you want foundries
to run their furnaces without fire? One
hundred! Do you want to sizzle and
vanish in steam? One hundred!" he


I P7$z.~:~. I






4. ~V,7j~





F- ~.l 1
~

V *~"



Silt P~LPS5lt lt. U:, kP~. '~~DJ L~LI .i e~ b..t ~..


ler Icani have no share; s r -
y wide future. my reveal screamed in shrill, agonized tones, and .1 The T'iZGS -De7zocrat annd
/s of harvest manifold, j l.v P n danced around n'dly in his wrath
I stand loo ly in troe cold,. r lT .!,I j Te 1 il until his face was of flaming scarlet. Judge sLibrary for
Ar, it is hard. but God doth know l'T11ATMENT BY" I HALATION "One hundred! Why, man, haven't '
t is enough heanour that eatfor t you got any blood in your veins?" Only $1.o0,
To love the Lt the future how ADEMARI R STE Oh, yes." said the other, shivering .
SLve can live on for it, own sake, 1 TF *' 'T'. f 4 as a warm breeze touched hinm, "but I Evervbod w'ho wil sd us 0 ..o
Though oy~s may weep. thoaghi h.t may -' '" have 40 000 tons of ice cornered." iyear'sspibs.'ription the Ti.ut-)EMO-
ache. -Boston TrueFlag. .a.e 40,000 t"ne.o .ce or" .red."
ache.- ost o "u" e* "la.- And then the little stout numa fell .c'i AT w ill receive, in atddih ioni to our
A Tramp's Large Estate. ;.' in a swoon, and an ambulance carried paplerl, tile famous lihumorons montlihly
The Abbe Martia, a French )arish 7V! -... him to the hospital, where he was re- niu .gazi e failed ".ind-e's Library,"
priest, was one day accosted byt mis- .- ..I.. -. corded as suffering from prostration by or one vear. This o.er is nade to
erable, poverty stricken man in tags, Arc. ,ila'd". i-'a. heat. while the ice king went home to i both those rtnowiug old subscriptions
who said he belonged to a great and order the servants to put more coal on 0,1 to tU, ,1 b ,illg s1 ubscribr.
wealthy family which he had dihon- FCr CGSMDtlOll0, 1 AMat, BrF0CIlUlS, DYSUR3ia the firo.--New York Tribune. Ind tmo tios teco. mg subcribelr in
ored in many ways. lie bogge: the "'aI"i, iay Ffiv~r i, Had il il- r te par
abbe to got Imn into, a moutery ,,11 J 1- L- Telegraphin: in Africa. this county is able to miake ,tubscrib-
abbwhere tou and die i' 0snur- a r g I C eo- That the conduct of a cable station ors this o'01r. the T!mv.s-DEMOCI!AT
hy and unknown. The abbe proured i _-ID: o -l_ -E: -- is not always monotonous is shown by having sceu'j.d the, exclusive rihlit to
his admission into a Spanish monstery letter recently received from an of- club witlh *-Judge Libraiv to' ti- s
as lay brother. A few yeAis aft-r he sio twover i o 1 in whictei t ecor n- fleoer of the West African Telegraph viciy "Jude's Librarv'" is a
received a letter to'the effect that lie pound Uxyoeteniitr unTenlt lIas been used uIyv company. This gentleman is in charge lmohl I ilagazine of fun, the sub-
had boon appointed solc logatee ifn' lsysisies in their practicee alid by invalids of the Kotonou station, in the territory i
person who had died in a ionast es- a ini detiy. Over t physicius sl of the t\otorious King of Dahoaocy. sriptiol price of which aomt is iJ.00.
tablishment in Spain possessed of |rop- I D- .t.rtakey & lt;len live the liberty to The king, it seems, had for some time It contaiiS i 2 p.ii.'S hu Iiimtrolis
ertyin France worth many millo o efer to the tollo"'in" \\aip'ed well-kniown been spoiling for a fight, and had at I iliustr;atioi a 'xand (e[i!ii gan;t!'.t. to a!'
efratyIncs. Fr e wot y uils 1 .. is 'n c. lst become so ugly andaggressive that of wh!h "li-'di, tid.!'"i t im, ii i-aiild
francs. 0 )sgood r l -i' ilt bii S. C.
Armed with his papers he visitetcthe : C-el T. 1. (Ire;w. editor L'i-re cie- it was deemed advisable to arl: the wiiters are ' deceased's fanilyto find that a brother tl"ey tSie ; t. i.tz t ,t (tster, S station and have some soldiers handy. prilted(l a bound i in
.had taken possession of the pati-nal lev..lohnl L.;eri lden.-, Colutnltin u, 'Early one morning the station was c.,ole' overs. It ao ,on.- i;,,1,
property in the belief that the heirhad Rer. S5di 11 ifrowine, editor Clhristian surrounded by the natives," the super-
died in penal servitude. An agreement b x nil r, I'oi.ri;i. rro C. intendent writes, "and we were under i act. o "'u iu-'fa" bri.hf h du,.
Sarrivd at undr whch the bbe I to, Athens, 'raro., the painful necessity of sending a few Lo. t ihc '
was arrived at under which the. )be Ico. (. '. ,tris',A,, Athens, --v. .. ytures.
received an annuity of 2,400on coidi- 1 .l1hn.t Mtason, M. D.,. Colui)lbus, Ga. of them across the Styx. The station
Ston that he never dslosed ., A sta was for a time iinnmminent danger; ry S-lI. ,U VT oteit; Vlir .Lt)
ofn the family he of neverhe defunct disclosed k. the ne i a i.. en t agi, Orsini and Ifired more tian 250 rounds Jtde's Library ont ,

The romantic story caine out in a curt : 4iv. i'. it. Keo(tdill, Macon, (na. each, and the thirty-five Senegalese i il -,e .ive bth io .5
of Justice recently, where the abbe Ip ey. A. i'ndier, President Enory sharpshooters who helped in the de-
of justice recently, where the abe alp-, (-'oitee.Olkftdl, (G.
peered to prosecute two thieves vho fIev. E. J. .! ..,... I), D1)., Canllen, fense fired some 120 rounds apiece. A. .-,
had toalen the whole of his anutity s artillery, sergeant who worked our two .
just received. Ho steadfastly declined lori (hrstin:idr.n, 0. ).,. (' guns was irhlled, and the white gunners y anet8 ur % Ci U :
to mention the source of his wealth, N.M. Bowetu, cditorFlorkdiii ia ... .- were so hard pressed hat they had to A certain cre for Chronic Sorce Ey-
but mtdu;tL.1 that the family was noble e;.a. : clhb their rifies. This racket began at1 Tetter, S-.lt Riheum, Scald Head, Old
and great.-London Tit-Bits. W. s. .iordon. Maiidisom Fla. 4 in the morning. Chronic Sores, Fever Sores, Eczema,
SW.' Law\vrlue. editor Chilion View, "At 9 a. in.. we left the soldiers still' Itch, Prairie Scratche, Sore Nipples
"Clamton, Ala. ch Prairie Scratche, So ippls
-naoury. Rev..ohth B. Gregtory, wriminugham, Ala firing and went to the instruments, and and Piles. It is cooling and soothing.
The Order of Freenmasonry is said to Abier Williams. Oxford. Ala. you may imagine what a dance the Hundlreds of cases have been cured by
have bet- 'est-.blihod by Solomon at Rev. Henry ,i. Moore,'Montii-onery, Ala. mirror led us.. By 10 o'clock, however, it afer all other treatment had failed.
the th ofuildnhIs tnple. e u s ofothersi every part of all was quiet in our neighborhood and 25and0centboesforsale by
order uias been derived -from inmay : w(il! y iu li1 etnl nniow whom it has cur- the messages had all been sent through.
sources, but nbt till about 1717 did the ed,wi're thliese restored it vitalized peo- II mutt not forget to tell you that we
second stage of its history begin in We ee, nti at ilere ihe di tse r- hadito do with the famous Amazons.
London. which is, in-fact, the home'of ('huire f *ti, -l p -' "l,- 1 .. -. pointsis They were very. fine creatrtites, fought
Masonry as now taught. The first ifyou will droIp ...i rI .- like wild beasts, and were worth, ten'
lodge in the United States was organ- No. 1520 A reh S ti'i. menl"-New York Sun. i. P.
ized in 1729 and was then under the I E
Jurisdiction of the grand lodge of Eng- The Atneriallu tmnner is, ju3 t the In naueticalciresa newly patented Illustraed Priced
land. 'Tlh emblem of the order in periodiclil for our bnrmer friends. It life saving belt is attracting much at- SEED ANNUAL
most common use is the square and the ,is a splendid inaga.zine devoted to the tentlon. This new apparatus clasps For 1891 will bemailed FREE'
"'as worn by members of tle Blue ,. to all applicants, and to last n's
'aBesis ty uethtbers oa t" ee rm atnd t" I .,:. "The subscription around the body at the waist line, and customer. Itaistbetterthansever.
e t thre tned t price is one dollar -per year, but don't in its empty condition is easily carried. Every person using Garden,
then by ore astovaneed fore fort tht We snd' it to yt,,u FREE To this girdle is attached a little iron should send for it. Address

ree and a Maytone qross for t e flask, which contains carbonic acid or D. M.FERRY&O.
idery. There are also hun- '"" .f ~, carburetted hydrogen gas, the former LargestSeedsmen in theworld
s entitled to wear the Cod- ,' A mixed with from 10 to 20 per cent. of
girty-second degree badge. ,.".[ .-.' pure alcohol in order to prevent the a HI .,.. ;m "
designof this emblem is a chilling of the gases when filUlig -the
f rests a crowned doublenX ..- flask. The hollow space in the beit i*.. 0 ;_ ---'c ...
tch0 rests st crowned double I n\:'shean'100." haIa- ..
,.. with the figures "32" oh has a capacity of a little less than 100 ,i* -".' "- .
.ngle on the breast. -St. 'tC t ^ ^r h English quarts. Two hundred grains -' .
ngle on the breast.-Sc. t.
-1| ....i (-* ,,"' .. grains of alcohol are required to fill it. To cure Bliousaess, Soek Icndache, Consti-
ter Than a String. "4r ~. When the belt is to be used a conven- pation, Maianr;, Liver Ctomiti;laiti, take-
,something," said 'a far-mer leh .* ..'- .. iently placed valve is opened and fills the safe and ceo!,ain remedy,
Sa Michigan avenue drug at once with light gases. According to VT _-'? .
r day. scientific iriniples 100 liters of gas will ,r..
iat is it?" *' ;'' '.,..:' disphlace the ',smme amount of water; p *,'' i' 1
tie a string around miy -' f that is to say, will support in the water i .m i
Guess I cn gt o und toa weight corresponding to 100 quarts,
uine. What's the mune of _ -. -..-. .or, in ,other words, about 200 pounds. he ie ( e th
Jow us?" Any human being equipped with the bti-s ai s ac]a aeoxt so.-
".i." 1T 7 girdle has every prospect of success in t'Pse of et'ser -siEe,5 <2. -r 5_rttie.
SWhat's the name of the t.; '. a comlibat with the waves.-New York Z..i.' ZMi 1.
'theboats run to Journal. '.'." t,. '. ..- ..
Luir t y I 'i^# j.l.SMIlTHlcl .la'rtsef uait i cKl s"-ST.L.t S MO.
'ly Of Course Sho Regretted It. .
Now, then, who put In CONSUMPTION GCOU on COLD On one of our suburban streets re-
,BROIOCHIITIS Throat Affection sides a lady who has a passionate fond- '" '-' ,
Sz ness for plants and flowers, and many j "' '
as a string. I want ten SCROFULA Wastlng-of Fish of these can be seen in the windows, .. .
Sof perygoric. My old or any Ise-s-here the Throat an(I which almost overhang the sidewalk. ... -.L,:r, rp'r
I'd be sure to forget it, but areT iti,,ed, j.ack of Strength or lvervt Sunday eveningI happened to be stroll- j ..ne. '
.oof that I didn't. --Detroit row, r, yo, can. be rsleved aild Cared by ing along the street in question, and iA ,,it.,'rA i. .'.n'amc. Liv,
SP\ i,.-.'T-! noticed that the gentleman preceding -M :.h_ s r .y.arC
..x'ture for -rmin. u tie wore an almost supernaturally brill- o
iVtxtt 'e foru' Vermnin. :, ti.. "i.Aii toi
luml in hot water, making ih tile. An he phessd Mrs. F-'s pAe.,rm -,TB,.an .-rcuE,:-re.
g solution; apply to furnit- s-- .. ) l .., P house one of tlhe windows happened to -i ,ch,t v
s i the wall with a paint be up and a present plant was dis- lInk .hta, lve. b':e iea. b'Ut
S9 ,,I t y.'l t.-'i/ I. % u,-Sim-
Si sure destruction to all B lodged. The flower pot was attracted -. .h L ir:,.e. Ihavq
Sis sure destruction to allOF by the shiny tile, and lit on it with a Inf ; .-i ha,. nd to susiftuiita
mmi', and invaluable be **.n; n'3 ,: shaiforour s .it
obtained is perfectly sfe PURE COD LVER 5L resounding thump, that sounds so fun- Cs' .;). .L t '.r,'t e C
le obtained; is perfectly s-de r ca .. i d. aw the
leaves no trace 'behind. With Hypophosphites. uy when it's some other fellow's hat f. J. .res, Editor The
suspect moths have lodged PALATABLE AS MIL(K. and so sad when it's your own. The .nt..., s,T T...... says:
era of carpets wet the edge Ask for Soft's E,nm,sio. aad ln Ieto x- gentleman under the crushed stove- Te M, aned;' a,,. 1I
ts with a strong solution. lanalio' or solicuation. induc- yvv. to pipe ejaculated some words certainly .' '., i ..' a.
beaches then it is certain ,"c-pt a sballitee. not front the book under his armn, and .. .....e.
,w York Telegram. Sold b1 all Druggists. passed on. Soon Mrs. F- rushed L .- -
SCOTT & BOWY E,Chemiasts, N.Y. oat and said: "It's too bad-the only .- "
one Weapon Less. double geranium I had." Bangor ..
the House (en dishabille)- '' ( New s..... ..
got right out of here! I I oiso In Eels
Atol, but I shall brain you i. Eels contain as muh poison as -
a ar -i-' ,F .. vipers, according to, one studious: .
;S Burglar (cooy, and wth a .-, ,- r,..i Italian scientist. After earful investi- I i' M'aidering'reti. Booksoiametl
Jl1 -..,, "~ ,, -,'"i ,I,,,, -, .., i'' .* -..' r, .mu.sin oereadming ''estirloennls riom all
tlhe flreplae)--C ome off,h .. -..... ... .. '' ," ".."* ; nation he finds that an eel weighing an rats o the globem 'rapectnaPosm
.. 'i.i r'-. Tl',hi t .1 ,; 1.' i. 'i, tS S'F, -nut In ae ic'iio 1 -n to rtnt
wid yer bluff. This heres a i ;1:;... '-. ',,. ,,. four pounds possesses enough venom to iI -s SAume'.ih Ae. ew Yonk.
job, and dere ain't no poker ...m.. .. j. f .., :-.-k.i ten men. Whenthe fish is cooked,
's natur-al gas. -- r-, .. however, the poison loses its power.- .,---..,-- -
B teisurely.-Pittburg But- A .k '..'',- Chatter. p -'
-..''-No'S Msr. Sie. :^'.-.'
,ctq. 'ake warning. s % Customner from Seedviae-Do you
hmr touwh on a doctor's son '" -- '-W-'- keep the best make of shoes here? '' '-
,nod William, and have to City Deaier-tYaas; owr shoes are all
rough the elysium of youth -i-',A No. 1. tI J,-sk fr catalrne.
opCrobrious title of "te customer from Seedville-Then you TE.'HY ."/'F', ,C., ;;.".'/LL". TENN.
tll."-Fun. can't suit me. I take BNo. 5.-Ar'gosy.


eP~IITS~IIOWO~ZP~E~:~'~~~iY~-wr~;\~iu a .rlrmPrrr~i~xiilur~ru9~eruurra~