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: March 12, 1891
Frequency: weekly
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 )
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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oclc - 33129984
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Preceded by: Levy County times
Succeeded by: Levy County news
Succeeded by: Levy County news the Levy times-Democrat

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$1.00 Per Annum. BRONSON, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, MARCH 12, 1891. VOL. IX. NO 14.

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.The Times-Democrat. FARM AND HOUSEHOLD.

County Judge-Ben Friedrman.
Cleek Circuit Court-L. M. Baroo.
Sheriff-W. II. Binghlam.
Collector-\v. l. Anderson.
Assesso--T. J. Prevatt.
Treasurer-T. W-Shands.
Supt. or Schools-S. Philips.
Governor--F. P. Fleming, 'Talla las8e.
Secretary. of State--Jomn L. CraWTord,
Attorney General-W. B. Lamar Montl
Treasurer-F. J. Pons, Sanderson.
Commiseloner of Lands-L. B. Womnb-
well, Tallahassee. "
Comptroller-W. l). Barnes, Tallahassee."
Adjutaut-General--David Lang, Cedar
Supt. of Public Instruction-A. J. Rus-
sell, Tallaliassee
Supreme Court--A. E. Maxwell, Chief
Justice; Geo. 1. Ranev, II. L. Mitchell,
J.fflges; Tt. W. Wilson, Clerk, Trnlahassee.
Circuit Court,'Filftlh Judieial Circuit-J,
J. Finuley, Judg', (Oali; Statc's Attorney.
W. L. Wigg, Palatka.
ltegister-Alex Lynci.
Receiver-V. J. Shipiman. '
Surveyor-General-W. D. Bloxham, Tal-
ahassee. .

'3rofessio3..a,1 CJ r'cb
BEST Material. Best work guaranteed.
GOLD) FILLING a specialty. All
work' Ir:m'iItly attended to. Correspon-
dence ,ulicited. decl ly.


Prompt and-cireful attention given
to business., .

Solicitor inChancery.
,-Pract-i ieciall courts, office iIen-
S IT b i g.

Doenham :Glissoil


Solicitor ainihancery.

Practice in all courts, a oiee in Ti'-t i
DiMoCoAT biuindiring.

Denham &; G.lisson,

Bladles',Mlis, Gnaid Ch ens

Are prepared to do anys ad all kintds
A 1ch1 as Repairing BUGGIES WAGON
Plaiin ieEc.. at short notice.'
fiWPCabinet Worka Specialty.


B E0ONSoQ, .
Keeps on hand a general assortiiien
of Ladies', Misscs', and ChIildrens

of the latest styles. Aliso a full lin

The Time-Democrat three inlt.Ihs
for only 25 cents.


.:iPl ;side<(-C. W. McElroy, Judson.
Scretiiar --J. Cox, Bronson.
l Bron'so-D. U. Marstellar, presi-
dent ; 0. Richardson, secretary.
Blitch-W. H11. II. Blitchl. president;-
N. B. Piumjie, secretary.,- '
Cow Pen Seat-C. D. Craig, pres.
Ellzoy-C. D. Parkenson, pres.;
Isham Tlon'tonl, s ee.
Iron Sink-Lotfis Appel, pres.; J.
L. Barrow, sec.
SJolmson--W. 11. *'l...n press ;
-L. E. Johnson, sec.
Lib.rlri -J. L. Cuiry, press ; WiVm.
Watts, sec.
Orange Hill-lion. N. A. Blitch,
pres.; Geo. W. Willis, sec.
Pine Lovel-J. T. AlIen, prps.; J.
W. Durrcuce, sec,
"lJhvnnlhh-J-. M. I'>ve, pris.; G.
'. Fh--Ihh r, sec,. "
Rocky llaithiock-S. HII. Worthiing-
ton, press. W. G. Iln-1i, I-I. .
Priviloge-S. S. t.'alker, pres.; D.
S. Walker, see.
Shell Polld-
Union-Isaac II. Swiudal, pres,;
IMLiss Julia .b iihil, -ec.
,' Way K.'y-Johl I. Sit.ith, press ;
J. H. Davice' see.


- ., No. !2 the Experi-
.1lorida, Director J.

.n-g terms urge
atk gm.:ers to p1tautL
,reely. It is deionstraled4
4' few yefrsi past that Florida'
es as valualAe a leaf .a, Cubi..
-a'rnr'ltTiOdoubt -iutl tlat our tubac-
c0 is ianuuflactured into cigars and"
sold all over the country* as Havana.
The methods of curing are simple,
and our people will soon .adjust them,
elfvcs to it if they will undertake it.
Thousands of acres of our light sandy
&oils; both pine and hammubcK, cheap.
Jy fertilized, will produce both wraps
pers and fillers of a fine texture and
excellent flavor, and in a few years,
however large the crop, the demand
will increase.
I give below a paper, prepared by
Mr. Henry J. Fenton, who is the to-.
bacco agent.of the F. C. & P. This
great railroad, always in the frimt
rank to help Florida, through its
president, Mr, H. R. Duval, and its
gener-al superintendent, Capt. D. E.
Maxwell, has for several years tried
hard, at great expense of time and
mondy, to introduce the culture of to-
bacco in Florida. To some extent
the effort has been successful. The
management of this road is still will.
ing to assist.
(Thile paper above referred to was
iublishe:l sonic weeks ago in the T.-

Witld Rice.
There are many marshes, low lands
and shallow ponds that have nmud b.t-
toms in Florida. Has any one tried
to make them produce anything ex-
cept muck and alligators? PeihaIps
the Zizania aquatica-wild rice, Ii.
dian rice or water oats would grow in
them. If so it would furnish unlim-
ited forage for horses and cattle ,
Whcie it has been tri.d it is a su e
crop, and it is said no plant yields
more abundantly, surely and continu-
ally, and none is more easily planted.
It is also a great attraction for wa-
ter fowls, wild ducks especially. It
can be-sown broadcast over marsh
land from the shore or a boat. It will
grow in from one to eight feet of water
having mud bottom.
Fall is the time for sowing, but,
doubtless, for this section any time in
early winter will do.-Coast Gazette.

IHavee pants but don't wear 'enm-

We do not believe that such a
thing as an overproduction is pos-
sible. It has been customary for
those who are directly or indirectly
responsible for unfavorable condi-
tions, to make the producers of this
country believe that the cause of their
misfortune or the low price of pros
ducts is due to the fact that there has
been more produced than we are able
to consume. Even if there were
more on the market of a certain
product than we are able to consume
in the immediate locality of its pro-
duction, there still is a possibility
that there may be a market for it
elsewhere. We do not believe that
the harmony of nature is so violated
in any instance as to permit of an
overproduction. Tnere are times
when there may be too much corn
tor Kansas, but at that time they are
most likely to need it in Vermont,
There may be too much of a
certain product in this country, but
then tihy are likely to need it in
Europe or some other country. To
meet the demands of such cases, trade
relations have" been established be-
tween nations. When these trade re-,
lations have been strained; when the
transportation of products is manip-
ulated; when the values are changed
by the control of the urrency, then it
is possiblee to make it apDear that the

Little River Pilot (Richmond,
(Ark.) says:
Neyer in the history of American
politics have the laborers of the coun-
try held such a power as they now
hold. They now hold the balancing
power and are the lever in our politics
to turn it in which ever direction is
best suited to- their interest. So long
as we re in this coalition we do not
need third-party. A political par-
ty is but the union of individuals for
the enactment of certain, laws and
measures, and .the laborers of this
county do not care by what naihe
any party may be known-th'ey only
demand the enactment of just' and;
equal.laws. If either of the two. old-
parties will heed their demands, that
is the party :for the people; if neither
will heed their demands then let the
people form a party which will. The
only reason the ,people are so sorely
oppressed is because they have been
content to confide in the wisdom and
purity of the leaders of 'their own
political faith and did not organize
against, the neimy of their governs
ment. Now thut our eyes are opened
and we have gained possession of the
political lever, me will compel our ser-
vants to serve us as faithfully as we
have served them in the past.

It is not iuhIrquently the case that

markets have been overAtocked. For itching pimples and irritating "catt
instance, the spring ol 1890 corn was boils" are the forerunners of larger
selling in Kansas 14 cents per bushel. boils, or the more serious carbuncles.
At the same time. three pounds of Invariably Natuie puts out her dan-
corn meal sold in New York for 25 ger signals, aLdt.hey should be heed-
cents, LaL.orat the same time in. the ed at once. Thei.mples and little
Eastern part of the country was worth boils show tbt th'blekod is not inm
70 cents per day. There was no ap- good condition and nature is trying
parent reduction .ik thPe i .ieve the yaLemni. A few doses of
iiufactured products of EaterTfbi-_- ~ '" juncture will
'at hlie time in Kansas In theac 'is wonders. The eruption
West theI ,rople suffere.l trom want ofi wit t alcd and thlie systern cleansed
a sufficient price for their produce ios unities. Tlhe modrn pam"
while in the East the people sull-red ph the old saying, "A stitch in
hunger from a want of sufficient wages time' ., is that "Timely stitches
to buy those same prOducIS for food. will e. nine pairs of breeches." The
We say this is a strained and un. mode r' has a touch humor that
natural condition ofanffirs. Inthedos ify the truth of it. In
\Vest they told us it waa overprodne- that' we may say tLat a course
tion; in the. East they said it was of Swii Specific pruvenis ills terrific.
scarcity of corn. Any uone of sound
mind can see that such conditions The msut humble man in the world
need to be readjusted, and that a day knows of suggestions he would like to
of reckoning must ultimately come.- offer Ld.
Hiawatha (Kansas) Journal. A Lde Worker..
Mr. Frank hiuflfrai, a young man
American-Farm News (Akron, 0., of ulington, Ohio, states that he had
says: If any doubt has heretofore ex- been under the care of two prominent
itted in the minds of people as to the physicians, and used their treatment
propriety and absolute necessity of until lie was not able to get around.
electing United States Senators by a Thievp 1)-oun ed..his caseto be coU-
suimiption a:id incurable. Iio was
direct vote of the people, the doubt .persuaded to try Dr. K:ing's New Dis-
will be readily dispelled by a resume cover for Consumption, Coughs.and
of the actions and doings of the United Colds and at tlat liine was 'not able
to walk across 1lh.1- Au without rest-
States Senate, so far, the present ses- ing. i r r,.d., I :i had used
sion. Elected, as many of them are, halt of .i r '.-, that he" was
i lit :.t I,.rl4 1 :W I iii to ilse it
by the most reprehensible methods .In is ,,-l ..,, 'ood healt .
known to politics, and believing what If you have aitvJthroat, lung or chest
has been dohe can be .done again, trouble try ii Weguarantc satisfitc-
c b tdo e aun .. "l :-i',l tlh.'- Ii. V :tt J. 31. J.,.:-l-
they grow bold in audacity bordering .Sul, ,[.'11.- at1 e.
on imbecility. They have. abused '
party organizations, dubbed the far- S-hl...ii m[all a run-The muiess(u-
mer a "rainbow chaser," "potato bank ger I.v. -'. *
theorist," and are at the same time .
engaged in the introduction of bills A ( IGood I r-,. have. sold
tbfor political effectand buncombe only. Chamnberlainw'.ougli, ily ifor feh
years," sa aydr tgit, .! Leg,* .i'
The senior proprietor of this paper Vail, Isa., "and iMave 'iwayVs w~l'ranted
has been subject to frequent colds it and never tcld. a bottle relurnedi.'
for some years, which were sure to lay Duriqg the 90. past .')dyias l'have
him up if not doctored at once. He sold twelve dozen a~ it'A~s giveii
finds that Chamberlain's Cough Rem- I perfect satisfictijn 'i) every'nsfaniie."'
edy is reliable. It opens the secret it does not dry: up.. a 'cough b'ut
Sloosens and relieves it. It will cure
tons relieves the lungs and restores severe cold in less time- than any
the system to a healthy condition. If other treatment. 50 cent and $1
freely used as soon as the cold has bottles for sale by Dr. J. M. Jackson
been contracted, and before it has be- & Son, Bronson, and W. C. Andrews,
come settled in the system, it greatly Archer. .
lessens the attack and often cures in A. strapping fellow-The school-
a single day what would otherwise maester.a .
have been a severe cold.-Northwes-
tern Hotel Reporter, Des Moines, Buclklen's Arnica S-tli'e.
Iowa. 50 cent bottles for sale by Thecbest salve in the world for cuts,
Dr. J. M. Jackson & Son, Bronson, bruises. Sor-s, Ulcers, Sult ]{heli ,
and W. C. Andrews, Archer. Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped and,
and W. C. Andrews, Archer. Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Erup-
tions, and positively cures Piles, or no
Send to us for a copy of the Rural Il -' reItohrid. It is guaraiteedl to
__ Ve p, rti'rct saI isfac ion, or IuionieV re-

call. The' giAt-literary and family lm.nd1l. Price 25 ebnts pcir lIox.'" For
monthly, -.ale by J. M, Jackion, & Soln.

I A Childless Home.
Smith and his wife have every lux-
ury that money can buy, but there is
one thing lacking to their happiness.
Both are fond of children,but-no lit-
-tle voices prattle, no little-feet patter
in their beautiful home. "I would
give ten years of my life if I could
have one healthy, living child of my
own." Smith often says to himself. No
woman can be the mother of healthy
offspring unless she is herself in good
health. It she suffers from female.
weakness, general debility, bearing-
down pains, and functional derange-
ments, her physical condition is such
that she cannot hope to have healthy
children. ,Dr. Pierce's Favorite Pre-
scription is a sovereign and guaranteed
remedy for all these ailments. See-
guarantee printed on bottle-wrapper.

But we will cure you if you will pay
us. Men who are Weak, Nervous and
Debilitated, suffering from Nervous
Debility, Seminal weakness, and all
effects of early evil habits, or later' in'
discretion, which lead to -Premature
Decay, Conuumption or -Insanity,
should send fbr and read the "Book of
LIo3," giving particulars of a Home
ure. Sent (sealed) free, by address.
ing Dr. Parker's Medical and Surgical
Institute, 151 North Spruce St., Nash-
ville, Tenn. they guarantee a cure
or no pay.-The Sunday Morning.

1-10 IW'S TILTS.
We offer One Hundred Dollars re-
ward for any case of Catarrh that
cannot be cured by taking Hall's Ca-
tarrh Cure.
F. J. CIENEY & CO., Props.,
Toledo, 0.
We, the undersigned, have known
F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and
believe him perfectly honorable in all
business transactions, and financially
able to carry out any obligations made
by their firm.
WEST & TRUAX, Wholesale Drug-
gists, Toledo, 0.
Hall's Catairrh Cure is taken inter-
'jially, acting directly upon the blood
'ind mucous surfaces of the system.
Testimonials sent free. Price 75c. per
bottle. Sold by all druggists.

The Lord knew what was best for
man's piece of mind when he failed to
put eyes in the back of his head.
Electric Bitters.
This remedy is becoming so well
known and so popular as to need no
special mention. All who have used
Electric Bitters sing the same song of
p)raise.-A purer medicine does not
exist and it is guaranteed to do
all that is .claimed. Electric Bitters
wilt cure all diseases of the Liver and
Kidneys, will remove Pimples, Boils,
Salt Rheum, and other affections,
caused by inmpure blood.-Will drive
Malaria from the system and prevent
as well as cure all Malarial fevers.
For cure of Headache, Constipation
and Indigestion try Electric Bitters.
Entire Satisfiaction Guaranteed or
nioney refunded. Price 50tts and $1
per bottle at J. M. Jackson's Drug

Draws and sketchesfire-Thie chim-

A gentleman in Union County,
MK., who is too modest a man to haye
his.-name mentioned in the newspa-
perM was cured of rheumatisfn by
Chamberlain's Pain Balm, after try
ing other medicines, and treatments
for thirteen years. 50 cent bottles for
sale liv Dr. J. M. Jackson & Son,
Bronson, and W. C. Andrews, Archer.

, Uncle Sam has 5,000 union horse-
shoers. ,

-"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

rMrs. Douglas-"Why, Mrs. Brown,
inam surprised that you have not
heard the news. Go to the TIMES.
DEMOCI AT 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.

A year's subscription to the TIMES-
DEMOCRAT paid in advance, will en-
titled you to The Rural Call a year
without extra charge.

-Farmer J3rown-"I say, Jenkins,
why are you laughing so heartily?"
* Jenkins-"Why, I've been to town,
paid my subscription one year in ads
vance for .the LEVY TIMEs-DEMO-
CRAT, and the Editor felt so good lhe
has given me one year's subscription
free to that great farm paper pub-
lish .edat Fort Wayne, Ind., called the
AnIericn .Farrter."'
Faisiel- Brown-"Is that so? Reck-
-oiil 1do lth same by me. I \vill
go to-day and subscribe."

Pay up your back dues at thiseffice
aidd a. year in advance, and get a
year's subscription to The Rural Call
without additional charge.

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Highest of all in Leavening Power.-U. S. Gov't Report, Aug. 17, x889,


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to the address of any of our subscrir
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will le *Worth thritce the subscription
to you or members of your household,

yet you get it
sample copy.


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Th0 ]'ilR S-i eomoe I). con ire.ssionma AJppropriations. Do you want to save Iron to NOTICE. NOTICE.
A dispatch from Washington gives' 50 cents oil every dollar Oy T'TNI)ElR and hv virtue ,if an t xec tiou State of Florida,) In County Judge's
S ? I W s g spend ?. If so, write r our U toinc dirictied, is-u(td out of the Cir- ( county of Levy. j Court.
the following approximate statement lustrated Catalogu, coiltaiuing ilts- cuit Court (o the 5th Judicial Circuit of To J. C.n opkins:-
v'=3.=Js..-XBX I B- z w ms of the appropriations made at both tratiois anid prices ", cVerytiiFlorida for Lev couiunt, in act rtain cane iU are hereby notified that a wilt ot
EM OCA T U I n ropillh Uh iy ft gt p- i i Sttes wihe-rcin ,,. A.':insteiv, of Saivannlh, Oa., .1 attachment has been issued against
DEMOCRAT PUB3LISHINC CO essious of thle Fifty first congress, pre- at uncturet r i is litsi ff. and CT. hand T. Lowrie is defe.n- oui, anud your property attached to satisfy
So E at int.i p"r"". "l diint. I have levied uil n tind 1hall eill to lhe demitand of J. A. and J. R. Elnstein,
pared by thleclerkof the senate com- lttstralious. all lines represented. Cat- the highest and best hidder ft r e.tish, in n-nouting to $1t0.00. Now unless you
OLIVE J. FARiER Editor. uittee on appropriations. Amount of alogue inaildl tree on application. Iront of the court house door in the ti wn shall appear before Ben Friedman, a Coun-
ijItteA Address of llroison, in said county, on the lirst tly .Jidg in amid for said county, at Iis of-
regular bills, including deficiencies CmIiCAG> (o ENiRAL SUr1pL (.. Monday in April, A. ., 1sai, tIhe sante h e at rlAioisoi ,.'loridnt, on te lthe 1th day ofi
AW-MEMBER of the FLORIDA i i'^( < v being tfe oth dliy of said loill. within April A.D1 ,1i, at ten o'Lelock in the fore-
and nmiscellatneous aippropaiati us for No. 178 West V an Bureni St., the legal hours o sale. the following real noon, iudgmenlit will lie rendered against
PRESS ASSOCIATION; affiliated the first session, $301,700,000 mlliS-lv Chicago, Ill. estate to-wit: All thateertain lot, ,,iece, you and your property sold to pay the
withtheNATIONAL EDITORIAL parcel ortract of ih.d ll)ig, sitnate and d.1t.
IAmount of regular bill, including Salary per week: Wanted- bell ili the county of Levy tlid State of DIated this 51th day of January A. D.,
ASSOCIATION. r good e7 a5ug ts ito sell onr 1 e- Foria, and ior-e partllairly dsribed 1,J.rA. i.J. R. EINT'iS,
Deficiency and miscellaneous appropri- oh as flows to-sit: Tho S Of %E. of NW l'lainttfs.
.ltof.......No. of Sec. 22 'irD, 12 It. 18; also, comineuc- }tenry 11. Coulter, Pl't'fs attorney.
.,HIS PwAEcS ,.T atious for second Eesiion, $4U5,000,- dilin. Abvesalarv will be lpaid lo ilg at the W ('1,r rl + ,t thile aloNe de-
E.Iv- irttn,'.ae;0.pi'., t 000. "live" agents. For further inftortula- erihbetl tractt dl( rn ta front thence east.
Bv-m^w v!....Itv.- -.: =- -- emaen pro n tion address alongtlthe northern boulidarv o.f said ti-at t A RARE BARGAIN.
Entered ,t AG EPerNmanent appropriations lor the CHIA' ive hundred aird tlhirtyv feet; thence north -
(Entered at the 1. at Brnosso frst session, about $101,000,000 and Xo. 178 stbren ot., ,,lnd,,t" th t rtoor ey ih 280^AC oE "IE ROMt
(Ener1 at fi about six hundred and sixtv'tfeet or to the s as secOuI'l ltiss matter.) $ 101,000,000eati o. 178 West Vail l Bi'e lSt., bomid."ry of tile lot he'retovore onveyed to , a maer. permanent appropriations for 1892 Chiago, 111. Richtad Powell; and from thence ronil de- le'. tfeei. 50 orange trees. 35
west flie hundred aid thirty feet; thence -
estimated at $122,000,000. i-CE. south six hundred and sixty .frt to pIint learning. 3 large pecan trees -ear
TIeIRSDAY, Nr:rcli 12, 189s1 This'makesa grand total oft $989, NOTC ofr ,egitniiY, lyingund being in the SE! halitay crops. lRailroad runs through
make a total ot tate ofFloida of of Sec. 22T. 12I. 1 and eon- place. As good arming land as there

Governor Fleming has shown his
animus by refusing to appoint Senator
Call to be senatot- in the interih -.ex-
isting between March 4th fid the
election of a senator by the leisliii-ie.
Well, the governor must obey his
bosses, and we think Senator .Ct'lH can
survive El ch little discourteous acts.

Comptroller W. D. Bloxham has
our tlaunkl-for a-dopy of his official
report of the transact ions of the Treas-
ury department of the State for tlihe
year 1890. From it we learn that on
Jan. 1st 1890 there wis a balance in
Treasury of $77,090.07, t6he total.
receipts for the year 1890 were $760,.
128.65, making a total of $837,218.72.
The expenditures for the same period
were $751,356,39, leaving a balance
in treasury Jan. 1st 1891. of $85,862..
838. We will quote further from thi.
report in another issue.

"There will te fiftyvfive Alliance
members In the next Florida Legisla-
ture and if they want to namnethe next
United States Senator all they have
got to do is to say Bo."-Banner.
"They have already said so.' With'
one tremendous shout fifty 'out of the
fifty-five have roared--John F. IDunu,
Florida's noblest and honerctest urn,--
and he who says no is a son of a gun.
Hipf hipt hurrah-and a. tihga,"--
Free Press. i .
Bah! what rot! "This is a nice way
to win friends for Florida's "lioneeteat"
son. The Marion county Alliance hais
declaredagalust Dunn, and if any
Alliance merinlmr of the leislatitre
Votes for him he will do so against die
wishesg f his constituents. Call is the
winning man. ',.

"'The Floridian .congratulates the-
people of Florida on the defeat of
-Senator al]l., He has enjoyed the
honors and emoliments of the exalted
offiloe.for .twelve long 'years, during
whioh time he has done nothing tior
the state but on the contrary has
Scdauqed incalculable injury to the fi-
nancial and material interests ot Flor-
Ida, and it is now time for him to be
retired arid the people permitted ain
opportunity to reward, somIe one of
the many faithful and worthy states-
men who have been'kept too long in-
the backgrouund-who would at least
be in full sympathy with the demo-
cratic administration."'-Ftoridian.
The Floridian is a little too previ.
ous. We thought when that paper
changed hands that its warfare on
Senator Call would be conducted-in a
fairer, if not less vigorous manner; but
the above base falttehood shows us our
ijistake. Senator Cali has done Flor.
ida incalculable service notwithstandu
Ing these charges often made and as
often exploded, and a paper that tries
to stuff such slanderous charges down
the people loses the respect it once

One of our contemporaries declared
against Call a short while ago, but
received a letter from a U. S. senator
last week declaring Call ar angel
(slightly disguised of course) and has'
allowed this bit of taffy to change the
current of his convictions.-Dunnnllou
qews, '
Even months ago the edtor ot the'
News published a paper at Foster
Park, which paper wims strongly for
Call. Immediately upon his removal
to Dunnellon, and without explain.
tion, he declared for Dunn, How
iuch "taffy" did it take "to change
the current of your convictions,"
'Gene? The verdant editor of the
News can as'e nothing good except
through Dunn, and we would respect-
fully intorlm him that that war story,
however painful, is true, and the au-
thor is a man of unquestioned verac'
ity. Cool your temper, 0, uinsophisis
ticated youth, and ift you can't be
gentlemanly (which is no fault of ours
tor we tried to raise you. right) keep
out of print, and your. weakness will
'not be so widely known,

Was always short- Tom Thumb,
/ -

700,000. Senator Allisou expects to counitv o Levy.f) t.aninm "8 acres more or less, together with is in ithe Stale. If you tieali business
have detailed positive statements of In the County Judge's Court for Levy all and singular the teeme ti, heredinta- -
Countty, Florida. meats amd appurtenanies tie-euito be- aud %wanittilliarliculars. write to 0r
these appropriations completed Iin a To E. 11, Ilbickle:- longing or ia anywise appertaining. call oni TIMES-DEMOCRAT,'I,
theOU are hereby notified that a writ of W. E. BIGIIAM, Sheriff Levy Co. liron oti, Fla.
few days. I' attachinent 'has been issued against Henry B. Coulter, PI't't attorney.

Mr. S yers ofTexas, leader of the
democratic minority on the houses aps
propriations committee, has prepared
a statement of appropriations during
the Fifty-first congress, as 'compared
with appropriations during the Fiftis
eth congress, showing that the total ap-
propriations made during the congress
just closed were $1,006,270,471,
against $817,963,859 during the pre-
ceding congress. These amounts in.
clude permanent t annual appropri-
Total appropriations for the first
session of the Fiftieth congress were
$422.626,343, and for the second sea-
eion, $395,337,516; and for the first
sesiionofthe Fifty-first congress, $464,-
442,510; and for tle second sessions,
1.1541,827,961, to'which Mr. Sayers'
estiniate of'$800,000 should be added
for various small items.

-Henry N. Copp, the Washington
(D. C.) land lawyer, has revised and
reprinted. his Settler's .Guide, the
seventeenth edition. In view of the
recent confusing legislation of Congress
this hook isaan indispensable assistant
for all who are, "or expect to be. in-
terested in public land. Settlers will
rave money bypurchaitiig it, and
all who expect to take up land any
iinie hiithe future should get- posted
ud save expensive nistaxee.
A chapter, illustrated with nu-
nierous cuts, bhows i'ow to tell town-
ship, section and quartersection corners
and explains the system of surveys.
It: gives full information about the
homestead, pre-emption, timber cul,
ture, desert land, and other laws.
The price of the book is 2.5 cents.
Address the author.
It will tell you who is entitled to
enter land; how continuous your resi-
dence mnst be; what improvements
you must make; what affidavits you
must swear to; about contests and on
what grounds they can be commenced;
also suggestions about State lands,
stone and timber lands, mineral lands,
desert entries, saline, railroad, coal,
townsite and other. lands. Its pur-
chase will save you monqy and trouble,
as erroneous statements circluated by
conversation among settlers may, it
acted upon, cost you a contest, per-,
haps your land and improvements.

There are now fitty-two phosphate
companies organized in this State,
representing a capital stock of twenty-
two and a half millions of dollars.
The largest of these is the Globe Min-
ing & Manufacturing Co;, of Ocala
and Tompkinsville, with $5,000,000;
and the next is the Storling Phosphate
Co., of Cleveland, 0., and Tampa.
Fla., with a capital of $3,000,000. Of
course there is no such sum of money
iit the business as the above figures
might lead one to conclude: perhaps
,not exceeding ten per cent of most of
Ole fifty-two colpaime's capital stock
has ever been paid in, and it is stated
in private circles that stock in some
of the companies can be bought for
seven cents in the dollar.-llillsboro'

An Attmctive
&dvertlsin BItROWN'S IRON1 BITTERa
tIe host ionic, given away at Drug and
general stores. Apply at once.

you and your property attahedl to satisfy
the demand of J. II. Jakohie, amounting to
$100 00 Now, unless you shall appear be.
fore his Honor Ben. Friedman, County
Judge of Levy county, Ait his office at
Bronson, on the 11thd(lay of May A. I). 1891,
at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, judgment will
be rendered against you and your property
sold to pay the debt.
This 12th day of March. A. 14. h"1.
J. 11. JAKOBIE, Plaintiff,
Henry B, Coulter, Pltfs. Atty.
In Circuit Court, 5th Judicial Circuit
of Florida, Levy County.
Elda Elbertson,
vs. } DIVORCE.
C. S. Elbertson. )
Order to non-resident defendant to answer:
D UE proot having been filed in my office
that the defendant in the above stated
cause is in the belief of the complainant
over twenty-one years of age, and his res.i
dence is unknown, it is ordered that the
said defendant do appear, plead, answer or
demur to the bill or complaint filed in this
cause, on or before Monday the 6th day of
April. A. D., 1881, or the complaitattt's
bill will be taken as confessed and a decree
pro confesso blie entered up against him. .
it is further ordered that this notice be
pufflished in the Levy Times-Democrat, a'
newspaper published at Bronson, Levy
county, Florida, once a week for four con-
secutive weeks.
[Seal.] Clerk Ci'-cuit Court.
II. B. Coulter, C(miplts. Sol'tr.
Bronson, Fla., March 3, 1891.
NTOTICE in hereby given that on the 10th
day of April, A. 1). 1891, I shall apply
to the 1Hop. Ben Friedman, County Judge
of Levy county. Florida, at Bronion, for
authority to sell tle interest of the minor
heirs of Simeon Norberg, deceased, late of
the county of Providence., and State ot
Rhode Island, l bthe lands described as-
follows to.wit: NE quarter of SE quarter
of Sec. 29Tp. 11 S. It, 17 East containing
40 acres more or less, and lying and being
in the-countv of Levy and State of Florida.

SIX months from date of this notice I
S will present my final accounts find
vouchers as executor of the estate etf ich-
ard I). Simmons, late of Levy county, de-
ceased, to the Hon. Benjamin Friedman,
Coe..nty Judge of Levy county, and ask to
be discharged as such executor.
I JAMES M. BAItO, Executor.
February 19, 1S91.
In County Court, i
Levy County, Florlda.(
By the County Judge of said County:
Whereas, Samuel J. Lane has apptiled
to this Court for Letters of Administration
on the estate of Emma It. Howard, deceas-
ed. late of said county of Levy,
These are, therefore, to cite and admon-
ish all and singular the kindred and credi-
tors of said deceased, to be hnd appear be-
fore this court, on or before the 27th dvy of
march, A. D1., 1891, and file objections, if
an8y they have, to the granting letters as
aforesaid, otherwise the same will be
granted-as prayed.
Witness my na:e as County Judge of
the county atorcsaid, this 13th day of
February; 1891.
County .Judge.

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In County Court, t
Levy County, Florida.
Whereas, William 11. Anderson. admin
istrator de bonis non of the estate of A. E
Hod.ies, late of Levy county deceased, has
filed in the office of the County Judge of
said county a written suggestion of. the
insolvency of said estate;
Notice is hereby given to all per.ions hav-
ing claimsagainst said estate, of any na-
ture whatsoever, to file the same duly au-
thenticated, in the office of the County
Judge of said couintv on or before the 1st
Monday in May, A. I)., 1891, the same
being the 4th day thereof, at which time
there will be a pro rata payment to credi-
tors entitled thereto, and the administrator
discharged. BEN FRIEDMAN.
County Judge
This Id (lay of October, A. D,.'1810.
January 22, 191.
Notice is hereby Iriven that the follow Ing
named settler has filed noti-e cif his ilten-
tion to make final proof in uii-.;:rt ."r hlt-
clIim, and that snid proof will bei ;>idi
before liegister and leceivr at. Gaiunes-
ville, Fhl., on 31arch 17, 1.81, viz:
TIIOMAS E. BROWN, of Archer,
IId. 15910 for the lot No. 6 See. 24 T. 12 S.
11. 18 E
He names the following witnesses to
prove his continuioul residence upon, and
cultiva'ion of, said land, v12: -
Bascomi i. Lowman, J,. W. Smith. Braw-
I1t l.owman, of Archer; John A. fIarvey,
of Williston.
Land Office at Gainesvller, ila..
January 22, 1891.
Notice Is hereby given -that the follow-
i n g-named settler has filed notice of his lI-
tention to inake final proof it support of
Shis claim, and that said procf v ill ie mia.le
before J.ud.e or in his AI nr clerk cir'ult
court. at ltousonI 'Fla., on M icli Is,
r XM-01.(, fl. c.'I(rF', if Williston,
lAi. 17.4 for the N% of NWY of See. 18 'r.
ir S.R. 19 E.
IHe nanes the following witnesaes-to
pt. lhis tontinthious residence upon, and
cultivation of, said lar.d. viz:
SM. M. Sistrunk, J, N, Willisw, B. F.
Willis, N. B, Plummer. of Willlston, Fla.
Alex. Lynch. Register.
Land Office at Gainesville, Fla.,+
January 10to, 1891.
Notice is hereby given that the follow-
ing-naied settler has tiled notice o0 his in-
tention to make final proof in support ofWhit
claim, and that said proof will be made
helore Judge of circuit court, or in hIis ab-
sence clerk circuit court, at Blronson, Fla.,
on March 13, 1891,viz:
JOHN LYNN, of Judson, Fla.,
lid. 10360 for the SE quarter of Sec.36 Tp
10 S. It. 14 E.
tve names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon, and
cultivation of, said land, viz-
J. M. Love. J. W. Hlogan, C. T. Jones,
G. W. Fletcher, of Judson, Fla.
Alex. Lynch, Register.
Land Office at Gainesville. Fla.,t
January 10, 1891.
Notice is hereby given that the follow-
int-namined settler has tiled notice of his in-
tention to make final proof in support of
his claim, and that said prool' will be inade
before Judge Circuit Court, or in his ab-
sence the clerk, atBronson, Fla., on March
13, 1891. viz:
NANCY LYNN, of Judson, Fla.,
Hd. 1>658 for the NE34 of Sec. 36 Tp. 10 S.
It. 14 E.
lie names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon, and
cultivation of, said land, viz:
.1. M Love, J. W. olian. C. T. Jones,
G. W. Fletcher, of1 Judaon, Fla.
Alex. Lynch, Register.

Land Office at Gainesville, Fla.
January 10, 1891.
Notice Is hereby griver that the following
named settler has filed notice of his inten-
tion to make final proof in support of his
claim, a'd that said proof will be made be-
.1o0re J..1. Barco, clerk Circuit Court at
,Br-orson, Fla., on March 18, 1801, viz:
4 FELiX LYNN, of Judson, Fla.,
Hd. 16362 for the SW% of See. 36 Tp. 10 S.
It. 14 E.
lie ames the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon, and
cultivation of, said land, viz:
J. W. Billups, J. M.'Love, G.W. Fletch-
er, J. A. Love, of Judson, Fla.
Alex. Lvnch. Register.
Lund Oftice at Gainesville, Fla..,
January 10, 1891. I
Notice is hereby given that the follnw-
ing-named settler has tiled notice of his in-
tention to make final proof in support of
his claim, and that said proof will he made
before Judge circuit court, or in- his ab-
sencethe clerk, at Bronson, Fla., on March
13, 181v, viz.
FRANCIS LYNN, of Jiudson, Fla.,
ild. t16315 for the NW quarter of See. 36
Tp.10 S. R.14 E,
He innmes the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon, and
cultivation of. said land, viz.:
J. Ml. love, J. W. Hogan, C.T. Jones, G.
W. Flc'teher, of Jiudson, Fla.
Alex. Lynch, IRegister.
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for only 25 cents.

Land Office at Gainesville, Fla.,
January 22, 1891.'
Noteee Is hereby given that the follow-
ing.named settler has filed notice of his in-
tentioI to make final proof in support of his
claim, and t hat said proof will he made be-
fore J. 3I. Barco, clerk circuit court, at
Bronson, Fla., on March 18, 1891, viz:
lid. 1407,5 for the SW%4 Sec. 8 T. 14 S. R. 19
He names -tie following witnesses to
prove his continuousresidence upon, and
cultivation of, said land, viz:
W iley Pitts. C. Richbeal Stephen Mel-
on, Richard Ribbins, of Harc Fla.
Alex. Lynuh, Rogister.

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The most severe suowv storm of the
winter prevailed in the Northwest on
Sunday. How thankful ought we to
be who are in Florida. A little frost
now and then is a novelty.
Now that congress has adjourned
Uncle Sani is going to count his money
to see how much the grabbers left him.
Church Directory. It is said it will take twenty-five clerks
Methodistchurch-Rev. W. S.Rich- six months to count it. We would
ardson, pastor. Preaching the first like to have all we could count in a
Sunday in each month, at 11 a. n. week.
and 7 p. rn.
Sabbath school every Sunday at 3 William Leroy Douglas, the young
p. m ; Dr. J. M. JacksonSr., super- man who was arrested last week for
stealing a watch, was tried before
Baptist church-Rev. Robt. Keith, Ju Fridman Tusday afternoon,
pastor. Preaching ihe third Sun- Jlde Friedan Tuesday afternoon,
day in each muontli, at 11 a. in. and 7 and sentenced to sixty days imprison,
p. In. ment. The watch was stolen from Mr.
Sabbath school every Sunday at 10 ey George.
a. im. ; O. J. arimer, superintendent. Barney George.
Evangelical church-Rev. J. L. Miss M. I. Stanfield, Mr. J. M. Hale
Guinther, pastor, preaches every sec- and Mr. 0. B. Lewis are the only
overyS nda Sunday. : Beau jors 1 1.
u S n 'tdiay. S Dr.. ean p eai s l: 1 I rsons who went to Tam pa from 'this
in. andl7 p. in. place Tuesday. Supt. Philips and his
Sabbath school every Sunday at 10 party took the train at Archer. A
a. in.; Dr. S. Bean, superintendent.
large number of people would have
gone from this county if they could
March 12. have had the benefit of the low rates.
Welcome rains. Dr. Wm. M. Young, of Galesville,
Mr%. J. M. Barco went to Tampa Wis., was in town Saturday. The9
Monday. doctor came down to inspect his or-
ange grove which adjoins Miss Lea's
Miss Gussie Sutton went to Gaines- Grove near town. He is very well
ville Tuesday. pleased with its appearance, and sues
Mr. 0. B. Lewis closed his school at ceeded in capturing with his own
Levyville Friday last. hands, a mocking bird and a red bird i
Judge Geo. W. Willis of Williston who will make music in his Northern
was in town Saturday. home. Tlhe doctor spent a few days
was in town dayat the Keys with a party of friends.
Mrs. W. C. Ferriday of Cedar Key rs.S.J. Stands waso unfortunate
was in town Saturday, Mrs. S. J.Shands wasmo unfortunate
as to lose nearly two hundred panels ot
The thunder of Sunday night fore- f{nce from around her field Saturday,
told the cola snap which followed, by fire. It is a crime to fire the woods
Parasiticide cures itch in 30 mrin, in March when high winds prevail,
utes. Price 50c. Sold by J. B. Coarsey. and we wonder that any person can be t
Mr. S. Quincey of Levyville was o thoughtless of thle great loss to
the visitor town Saturda property in this way. Fortunately
among the visitors town Saturday. Dr. Jackson had a lot of old rails, and
Miss Madge Ice, principal of the the burned fence was replaced before
Bronson school, left for T4mpa Mon-' the vegetable crop was damaged by h
day. roaming cows and hogs. s
Regular services at the Baptist Mr. Vanee took umbrage at our
church Saturday night, Sunday a" --"az him a German. We cheerful- t
Sunday night. .clion. lic is Dutch, v
Miss Leila Shandas b it Ainsterdam. in
bome, having -" iihe recipient of v
Long Pond llt, tgpiality, saying.
Sh liiigb he got. th
The old saying that 11-i, tr n, bt M
the point, but if
fore seven 'twill clear before be very thankful
was disproved Monday. a
ir M y rranger who had come to our ,
Mr. A. N. Williams, whose school rescue when we stood most in need of c
at Rocky Hammock closed. last Pri- a friend. It takes all kinds of people t
lay, was in town Saturday. to make a world., o
The school children were given a fINUTES SCHOOL BOARD, t
rest this week to enable the teachers Board met March 3d at 10:30 a.m. i
o attend the association at Tampa. Minutes of January eating (there
Minutes of January meeting (there o
Miss Mattie G. Richards, of Gultf haying been no meeting in February) n
Eammock, was in town Tuesday, and read and approved, d
made a very pleasant call at this of- Board refused to consider any sups, s




tice. plementing teachers' salaries until
Uncle Granville Worthington, of a11 schools now being taught shall
Ellzey, formerly county surveyor, and have closed.
an old-timer, made us a pleasant call Incirdental acet. amounting to 0 .29
Friday. ordered auld.
Request from patrons of Prospect
Mr. John W. Akin, of Cartersville. No. 9 school for a change of site of
Ga., came down Sunday to join hi their school house was agreed to, with
friend, Mr. L. B. Robeson, who the understanding that the change
friend, Mr. L. B. Robeson, lh satisfctoy to all
been here some time for his health. contempiatn tisfrctory to all i
Applications from Bronson school
Mr. F. J. Huber had the fence sur- No. 1, and Cedar Key school No. 3,
rounding his grove and farm destroyed asking for an extension of the public
S r T school term, granted, on the condition
by fire Sunday. This is but another of their first maintaining, by private
instance of the deplorable habit of subscription, one months school in
woods;burning. their respective places, which month
shall be made a part of the public
To every new subscriber paying $1, school.
a year's subscription, we include a Barco (white) school granted the
year's subscription (worth 60 cents) last month's salary to be used in the
to the great literary and home month. purchase of school apparatus.
ly, The Rural Call. Received from Treasurer Shands
S$790 in cancelled school warrants, for
Miss Sallie Smith, .who has been which he was receipted, and warrants
visiting her aunt Mrs. S. J. Shands for destroyed in open board.
some time past, left Tuesday for her Adjourned to 1st Tuesday in April.
home in Columbia county to the re-
gret of her many friends. A mother should be careful to
L -' make only reasonable demands upon
Capt. Joe Haddock, member-elecr her child's obedience, but, when once
to the legislature from Duval county, made, to entorce them implicitly.
was shaking hands with his Bronson One should be very careful never to
friends one day last week. The capt- enter into a contest over a point that
tain is a Call man forever. cannot be enforced. A chiild may be
"WANTED.-The consent of 10,- made to do certain things, but no
000 Smokers,-to send each a sample power on earth can force him to do
lot of 150 "NICKEL" Cigars and a others, or to say words that lie has
20 year gold filled Watch, by Express made up his mind not to say. The
C. 0. D. $5.25 and allow examination. prudent mother will enforce her
HAVANA CIGAiRCo., Winston, N. C. authority ai:d teach obedience on the
Ground that she is sure of being able
George Maxwell was riding in the i Points that tie know ;she
h y tohold. Points that ihe knows she
hammock one day last week in search cannot carry she will avoid until the
for a cow, when his horse narrowly habit of obedience is formed, and tnen
escaped being bit by a rattlesnake. e n
in there will be no discussion.--he La-
The horse stepped over the snake that dies' iome Journal.
was lying under.a palmetto fan, wnen
the snake sprung its rattles and Ncdinga toic, o ihitr 1 iat ntbuiling-
jumped out. A load of shot dispatched lot, ls,,Tl tas.'
the deadly monster. "t ist plesnll It) Itlake. cures Malaril, Indiges'
,^ ^ -, -o- tiqpai d 1 iiiliuannoii. All dculr's keel it.

Items from Long Pond.
March 3, 1891.
Correspondence Times-Democrat.
March is here, with her flowers an
abundant verdure of spring.
The prospects are flattering for
good fruit CroD this year, notwithstan,
ing the recent cold snap. The lhone
bee is in his glory now, extracting tl
sweet essence from the orange bloom
as well as many others.
Will Jackson was out on Lor
Pond last week. He had with hi
his breech loader, and is, of course,
great sportsman.
Miss Leila Shands' school will clot
Friday, 6th inst., and "that sweet boy
is already shedding tears at the pro
pect of her departure, But Ed, their
is one consolation: Miss L. can onl
remain away a short while, as Lon
Pond life is too fascinating, though
the influence of another may be irr(
The boys of this vicinity are becon
ing famous as rabbit slayers. The
were out the other day and dispatched
seventeen, using only "chunks" i
killing them.
Wonder if Tom Boy has become
A good sized town would look wel
on Long Pond. Come on, ye imm:
grants and ye railroad.
'rank Clyatt was out on the Ponr
Sunday visiting relatives.
Mrs. Shands of Bronson was a gues
of Miss Leila Shands part of las
I never was intended for a Bill Ar]
or a Plunket, so I am simply
X. L. ENT.

News from the Hammock,
GULF HAMMOCK, Feb. 24, '91.
Correspondence Timcs-Domocrat.
Once more we take the privilege o
dropping you a few items for your
valuable paper from this section.
Our school house is completed; ant
the school is going on nicely. Our
esteemed county. superintendent was
here to see us, and we would be glad
to see him often.
'Tobacco is booming, and plant beds
are up nicely. I. have about three
uindied square yards sowed, and will
ow some more. We expect to put in
ix acres. Our land is ready for the
plants and we will commence putting
hem out in about two weeks. There
will be planted about forty acres here
n the hammock this: year. All we
rant is the l- buyrs Lo comie and give
us a good price for tur product, for
we can raise as g.,od t.b.:c.,. lihere as
hey can in any part uf FI'lorida. Or,
f they would put up a tobacco ware-
louse and let the buyers come here
and buy. I think that would be bet-
er; or, put up a cigar factory., We
an plant enough tobacco to supply
he demand, and it would encourage
others to grow the weed. I wish I
would see tobacco.planted by every
iiler of the soil, for there is money in
The good people of this section have
organized a Sunday school at Brown's
school house, and everybody is cor-
ially invited to come. Our esteemed
superintendent, Mr. Isaac Watkins, is
oing all in his power to make the
unday school a success, as is also the
ierk, Mr. John Lastinger.
Mr. Editor, will you allow mae to
wonder a little? What old bachelor
as stopped riding on a horse collar
for a saddle), wears a stiff hat, and is
keeping a certain girl waiting in sus
ense? Stir your stumps, John, or
ou will be left.
I must close by asIing you down at
ie close of school, for our lady pa-
rons are going to put the big pot in
he little one. Will let you know
hat day it comes off. Your
Cojuntencemneiit Exercises.
WILLISTON, Fla., Feb. 28, '91.
editor Thines-Denioerat.
The present week has been com-
nencement week with two of our pub.
c schools. The Williston public
,hool, Mr. J. F. Williams, teacher,
osed Monday last with an oral cx-
nination during the day, and exhii.
ition at night which was largely at.
ended. Mr. Williams has proved
himself to be a pains taking teacher.
Sthie progress made by the pupils of
is school during the term just closed
any indication of his ability as an
structor of the youth of our land,
icn I would say that Prof. Williams
inks second to none other in our
)unty. The exhibition at night was
ell planned and executed, the decla-
ations being well rendered and
ighly appreciated by the large audi.
ice treseat. The beautiful and ar-
m polished Miss Jennie Sistrunk acted
the role of master of ceremonies in
te musical department, and her
lendid rendering of "pieces on the
'gan was enjoyed by all and favor-
Ay commented unon by critics. An
teresting part of the exercises was
e presentation by Miss Lila Willis,
n behalf of the school, to the teacher











.r. Williams, a beautiful writing
Wednesday night we attended Prof.
ancy's exhibition. I believe it is
ucededi on all sides that Prof. Yaincy
one among the bent teachers we

have in the county. We were unable
to be present at the examination of
the school, but learned that the pupils
stood well in all their studies. The
exhibition was very creditable. The
pieces were well selected and decla.
nations good. Prof. Yancy is some-
what a homely mar, but with the ad,
edition of a coat of burnt cork, his ap-
pearance was perfect tly hideous. While
chastising his son (whose name we did
not catch) for stealing a green waters
melon, his eyes as he rolled them
around looked like young moons turn%
ing over. Prof. Yancy deserves great
credit for his efforts in behalf of the
youth of our lani. Mr. Carlos Sisi
trunk, a young man of about sevens
teen years, one of Prof. Yancy's pupils,
made the best speech of the evening.
His manner of delivering reminded.
one of the lamented Rokco Conkling,
of New York. Hie spoke calmly and
deliberately and with earnestness. I
regret that space will not permit me
to give a synopsis of his speech. The
-music by Miss Jennie Sistrunk on the
organ, and Mr. Barber on the violin
was fine,
I would like to say just a few words
to the children of the two schools just-
closed. Do not lay aside your books
because school is out; embrace every
spare moment in reading some good
book or paper. Remember that upon
you rests the hope of our county. The
boys and girls of to day will be the
men and women of tire future. Sub-
scribe far a number of good newspa-
pers, arid thus place yourselves in
daily communion with the great minds
of our country.
Yours respectfully,

Land Office at Gainesville Fla.
February 19), 1891.
Notice is hereby given lhat the following
nained settler has tiled notice or his inten-
tion to make commutation proof in support
of his claim, and that said proof will be
made before Register and IReceyer at
Gainesville, Fin., on April 18, 1891, viz:
cher, Fin.,
Hlid. 2020)7 for the NE Soee. 18T. 12 S. 11. 18
lie names th6 following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon and
cultivatioln olsaid land T-iz:
W.,J. McDonald, Charles McDonald, W.
11. Bigham, Geo. McDonald,of Arclier,
Alex. Lynch, Register.
LandOl Oice at Gainesville, Fla.,t
S Felbrttary 19 1891
Notice is' hereby givon that the following
named -settler has liled notice of his inten-
tion to make commutation proof in support
of his claim, aid that said proof will be
made before. -.1 :i-i.r and Receiver at
Uaineasville, I- i,., ..ih April 2'), 1891, viz,: ,
DA TEL-MOIORE, of Willision,-Flia.
Hd. 1".'.' ir I.e S'; of N'Wy4 Sec. 4 T. 13
S. I t. I- I'.
fle .,iil,.- i l,? Following witnesses to
prov\ In-, ,Ioiii,,i,.i-, residence upon, and
cultifvation of, said land, viz:
Boyd Beamer, T. R. Willis, J. N. Willis,
J. B..Eppersan, of Williston, Fla.
Alex. Lynchl iResrlster.

February 1, 1891. f
Notice is hereby given that the following
named settler has liled notice of his inten-
tion to mnke final proof in support of his
claiin, and that said proof N ill be made be-
fore Judge, or in his absence, clerk circuit
court at Biroson, Fla., on April 9th, 1891,
CIHAS. A. HANSON, of Bronson,
lid. 10652 for the W' eof NWIV and WV of
SW'/ Si0e. 22 T. 11 S. R. 17 E.
ie names the following witnesses to
I rove his continuous residence upon and
cultivation of', said land, viz:
I. V. Miller, J. 11. nutler, J. C. Wright,
John K, garrison, oflironson. Fla.
2-Giw Reeister.
February 9, 1891.
Notice is hereby Ji, ii 0,.il the obllowing-
named settler has lil, i...i.... of hisa inten-
tion to make linal proof in support of his
claim, and that said proof will be made be-
fore J. 31. Barco, clerk circuit court at
Bronson, Fla., on April 7, 1891, viz:
nin. Fla.,
lId. 14927 for the SWY Sec. 20 T. 10 S. K.
14 E.
le names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon and
cultivation of, said land, viax:
G. WV. Fletcher, J. L. John.son, C. 11.
Owen, Tos F. F. lalock. of 10saiiin, Fla.
14-Ow Register.

February 9, 189.1
Notice is hereby given that the following
-named settler has tiled notice of his intei-
tion to make final proof ih support o his
cliaiiin, an ll( Ihat said prooZ, will be made be-
fore J. M. Barco, clerk ofCircuit Courl at
Bronson, Fla., on April 7, 1891, viz:
ALEX4. MILLER, ot Archer, Fla.
1hd. 74.-53 for the N~/ of Lot 10 See. 10 T. 12
S. It. 18 E.
Ile numes the following witnesses to
prove his colitinluous residence upoil, and
cultivation of, said land, viz:
Albranl Spikes, Marcus Ellis. A. G. Days
and Lawrence (ibson, of Archer, Fla.
.?7-6w ieister.
S8000. m) a '-,r .Ielg ade .by Job. r.
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you bay nt dnside as i net we ma
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Both Worked Nicely, but the Last Worked
A couple of gay young German artists
were in the habit of playing practical
jokes on one another. They were not
too much run down with orders, so that
thbeyiad plenty of time.
With a -necessary view to economy
they roomed together. One evening,
Pemsel left the symposium of choice-spir-
its in a neighboring studio a little ear-
lier than his comrade, and on the way to
their domicile worked out what he sup-
posed was a capital trick. Arriving at
their chamber, he bid the bootjack used
in common, and then painted an imita-
tion thereof upon the floor where the
genuine usually lay.
Klexal, the other of the pair, reached
home ere Pemsel had gone to sleep.
Lighting a candle, he looked around for
the bootjack, and seeing what he sup-
posed to be it had quite a time with him-
self and those portions of his native
tongue rich in emphasis before he noticed
he had been hoaxed.
Determined on revenge, the next night
he made an excuse for forsaking his as-
sociates, and rushing home placed a
large plate containing the remains of his
dinner soup on a chair beside Peisel's
bed. He then retired to await develop-
His friend returned soon after, super-
natumally alert to the need of heading off
Klexal in his intended joke, whatever it
might be. Seeing the plate on his chair.
he pitied his friend's lack of originality,
and convinced that, following his own
example. Klexal weakly wished to fool
him by a plate painted on the chair, he
triumphantly sat down on it and found
himself really-in the soup.-Philadel--
phia Times.

In a Booto. S hliool rI.oonl.
Teacher-Spell "Wuhnt."
First Pup i l-W-a-s-n-apostrophe-t,
Teacher-Rig-t: next. spell "Ahnt."
Second P d pi l-I-s-n-apostrophe-t,
Teacher-Right; next, "*PolL"
Third Pupil- P-a-n-l "Poll."
STeacher-Correct: next, "Tliuhty."
Fourtli Pupil-T-h-i-r-t-y, "Thuhty.",
Teacher-Very good. That will do.--
At Lumlauou Idea.
"I sy. old fellow, got a capital idea
for novel."
"Really! What is it?"
**Why, to make the hero blind. Now.'
as it isa etimntdkf according to Mr. Por-
ter's new census thi:t there are quite
60.000 unfortunates of this class in the
country, every man Jack of them will
naturally want a copy to read. Seo?"--
J"udgE' s
T, tTph .and Downa of Polltia.
Newly. Appointed Police Justice-
Your face is familiar to me, prisoner.
Where have I seen youth before?
Prisoner (formerly a police justice
himself)-I had the honor to send your
honor to the penitentiary once when I
was on thebench. .
The Judgt-Six months.-Life.
No Celebration.
Uncle Rastns--re afear'd I ain't going'
ter hab nu turkey fer mah Thanksgivin'
dis year.
l Hooks--Why not. Uncle Rastus? Are
the prices too high for you?
Uncle Rastus-No, sah: but de fences
Not ani Unusual Occurrence.
-Did you get your brio-a-brao home
from the cottage all right?"
"Yes-with a marked increase too.
My wife packed six pieces.in a barrel,
and whan they got to the house there
were thirty pieces."-Hai'par's Bazar.

A Huckater's Idea.
Lidy (complaining to huokster)-Your
tomatoes are very soft, sir.
Huckster-I think I should be that
way viyself, ma'am, if you were to
squeeze me as you have them.-Drake's
Called on Her Frequently.
Suitor-Sir. I have come to ask for
your dan;ihter's hand.
Old Gentleman-Don't see why you
should: you've had it more in the last
six months than I ever did.-Munsey's
Weekly. __
Dlatlugulmhling Iliumelf.
"My son is now studying in college."
"il.:w does he dc"?
"Very well, indeed. He is a very
bright boy. He is the one who painted
the freshman's shoes green."-Puck.
It's Probably There.
"'Where shall I find happiness?" asked
the lecturer.
"Try the dictionary!" exclaimed a
voice from the back row.-Binghamton
A School Day Scheme.


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eases; Kidney & Bladder
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For two years I suffered greatly with Blood Polt
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every remedy that I could hear of without any
benefit, until I began to take your remedy. I was
then soon restored to my usual good health, and
am under lasting obligations toWooldrldge's Won-
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Columbus. Ga., March 14,1885.
rDEAt Sm: Having given your Wooldrldge's Won-
derfru Cure thorough trial, I can cheerfully rec-
ommend It to an suTffering with Liver troubles. It
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it the true and only elixir of life.
Yours very grateful ly, A. W. BENTLY.
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ico ati-a. ISev-eo-uTs
Drs Starkey & 'Palen's office records
show over 50,000 cases itn which their Com-
pound Oxyoen TratitnwIet hIls been used by
1 bysicsns in their, prliciie and bv invalids
illcepllondelltlvy. Over lit:0(1i physicians slid
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Dri 1tairkey & y i1'aleni lave the liberty to
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persons wiho nv1 c tried tilis lTreal menit.
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Rev W. F. Cook, I).I A.lrullsta, in.
Mrs EliaR. 'rTennet Home Magazinei,
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A .11.r VW illi..il l.<\ 'Iord1. Aln:.
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The American l'armer is just tihe
periodical for our farmer rrieinds. It
is a plendid rngazine devoted to thi e
tarm and farming. The subscription,
price is one dollar per year, but don't
forget that we send it to yoea 'aRE; !




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Wonderful Flesh Producer.
Many have gained one pound
per day by its use.
Scott's Emulsion is not a secret
remedy. It contains the stimulat-
ing properties of the Hypophos-
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Liver Oil, the potency of both
being largely increased. It is used
by Physicians all over the world.
Sold by all Druggists.
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"V zJ ll- or LOST or PAIUNKO AtOOD;
GBcPA+ll.0"ral and TRVOUS D1) ITY:
We& .i t ofWeaknoaof 2 yand i d, iffeet
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Bobuot, h1bie MAHOOD fMlly Hetord. How to eala g au
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ever may happen to be the southern
boundary of Russia, both in Europe and
in western Asia. Politically it is the
-"sick man" who disappoints the predic-
tions of his doctors and the expectations
of his heirs. Gastronomically it has
been a source of enjoyment to many
generations of New Englanders, espe-
cially near the end of November.-
Youth's Companion.

i jA-CC- ~i; n --..a uai.~

Or, ..~. 0itn.U '~o05 A-4in

_r.tr ....W .--%.tjfio 1., ,-r... ^. -, 3-w.
Novelties 1n baa- Markat.
At present great demands are beinr
avilo fur mechanical toys that jump. In
this line there are frogs, birds, babies.
dogs, hens and other animals, which, b3
the squeezing of a rubber ball attached
to a small hose, are made to jump about
as natural as life. Then there is the
cackling hen, the kicking mule, goats
that buck, cows that give milk, horses
that run and a scissors grinder who
moves like clock work. These can be
purchased for about a quarter Thes.
there is the Spanish dancer, who. by the
tap of a lever, is made to go through an
entire performance. The Mikado top
which not only spins when wound up
but enables the Jap to fan himself while
in motion, is attracting considerable at
mention, and the musical revotina. fo
seventy-five cents, grinds out several
tunes,while a frying pan like apparatus if
held in the hand. There are also locomo
tives that explode at will. Chinamet
who dance, bears that perforni and mon
keys that play musical instruments.
A Japanese juggler, who balances p
ball on a revolving umbrella while ht
brings his body from one side to thi
ether, brings, $6. Alongside of this is )
talking barrister, who commands $10 a'
case. A school of musical cats, electric
cal wonders without number at varionut
figures and numerous other toys are-alst
to be seen.
Then in the musical line are fancy
baby carriages with dolls attached that
grind out tunes while on the move at
$10 each, dancing babies at half that
price, and-musical sets from $1 to $10
each. There are also set pieces that art-
wound up to give a half hour's perform
ance at from $15 to 100.-New Yorb
Florida's Undergroundu River.
While boring a well on his vineyard
and orangery, situated on the outskirts
of Econfina, -Fla., enry HEardcastle. re-
cently struck what must be an immense
underground river, and which poured
its water forth at such a tremendous
rate that the men who were doing thl
boring narrowly escaped beingovertakeui
by the flood, which, gushing down the
side of the slight incline on which the
fruit farm is situated, had soon worn a
channel to the dry bed of an ancient
creek. This it soon filled with a rush-
ing, furious' titlde, which finally emptied
itself into the Apalachicola. and which
has continued to flow unchecked or with
out signs of dianinishing
The water is clear. sparkling and very
cold, with only a slight mineral flavor
Fish by the thousands have been thrown
out and are of several varieties., some
of which are of a kind unknown to
ichthyologist, being perfectly colorless.
while others are translncmnt and gelat
inous, and all are without eyesand very
small, except a few of a,sort resembling
our pickerel, anti which measy
a foot to three and a half fI-
and are provided with yve'
teeth .
Great- damage hasabeeu,
fruit and vines, and Mr. 1l,
ing no prospect of the fio
oeffred a reward to -stimialy7
nuity of the local engineo -
way of controlling and utiliav*nJ
water. People from miles around have
been coming in crowds to inspect the
wonder, And ,one or two venturesome
spirits:have narrowly escaped drowning
-Philadelphia Times.

The Anti-Clgasrette Crusade.
Placards bearing the words "Cigar-
ette smoldingis forbidden in this office"
have become quite common in the bank
ing. and brokerage houses down town.
This prohibitory crusade against the
cigarette is said to have been started by
Mr. J Pierpont Morgan, whose hatred
of "paper cigars" is intense. As the
story goes, -Mr. Morgan stepped into a
bank in Wall street one morning to talk
about some-securities that his firm had
been asked to handle. As he stood talk-
ing with the Effable cashier the thin
smoke and fumes from a cigarette at,
tracted his attention, and looking over
the railing hbe saw one of the snbordi
nate attaches of the bank puffing away
Pretty soon the fumes became annoy-
tug to Mr Morgan, and with an impla-
tient gesture he exclaimed: "Why don't
you put a stop to that sort of thing? I
won't do business where they smoke cig-
arettes." The great financier then
walked out of the bank. and it required
a good deal of tact and persuiion on the
part of the bank officers subsequently to
get him to renew negotiations. Very
soon afterward a notice that cigarette
smoking was forbidden was put up in
that bank. and so popular has the plac-
ard become among employers that vend
ers find it worth their while to go about
peddling them at ten and fifteen cents
each.-New York Times.

A lMonter Slab.
Probably the most remarkable piece
of bluestone ever quarried in this coun-
try and brought safely to tide water is
now at Wilbur It is 20 feet long by 94
feet 9 inches. 10 inches thick and weigbahs
over 20 tons It was taken out of a
quarry near Kingston, and by its side
the celebrated slab in front of the Vau-
derbilt mansion in New York, which is
15 by SO feet and 8 inches thick, is shorn
of much of its glory This monster stone
is so large that it may have to be cut in
two for a buyer, which will detract from
its actual value about 20 per cent. In
its present shape it is practically dead
money to its owners, as it is larger and
wider either way than any sidewalk in
America.-New York Commercinl Ad
Tu rkey.
This subject presents itself under
many different forms. Geographically
considered it lies somewhere below what-

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Times Democrat il
Jude's Librar'y for'

Only $1.5o,.

Ev1, t Loilv W1ho will sold n1 '1.50-for
a year's Sui iSi r iption the TIMER--I)EMOI)-
CRAT will receive ill atdliti)on to 6ur
laper, the ftallOis huitiormoiSl mlonthlyV
niagazile called ".Judge's Library,"
for oie yea-r. This offer is riade to
both those renewing old subsc'riplionIs
alid to t hose ibe..co.in subscri)er-
forl the first ltinic. No other ( |raper ill
this county" is able to niake sub)scrib-
Cers thls Ofiter. lie T.iMKS-)DEtMOClAT
Itaving-i s tSe i he exclusive right, to
clib wniti.",!ithn.c's Library" for this
vicililv. "Ji lge's Libt'yar" is a
imontih-il n magazine of l'Lun, the sul)--
scriptihl price of wlhiih alone is $1.00.
It contaihis 32 pages of lhuinioroUis
illustrations andII reading tyalatt.1, to al!
of which' "Judige'" fiFmous altistsaind
writers are colltribuhton, and i.sniea iv
printed ainld bound in lhandsiomely
colored iolveC. It is a coilndensation,
il fact, of "Jitlge's" brighlitest humor.

Look at the figures!

TI'lMES- E-MO'ItAT lion 1e VI I'
Jildge's Librar'y one/year
While we give both tor -


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"JI" Every Machine has a
drop leaf, fancy cover,
two large drawers, with nickel rings, and full
set of Attachments. equal to, any Singer Ma,
chine sold fro-' $40 to $60 by Canvassems.
Fhe High Arm Machine has a self-setting nee-
dle and self-threading shuttle. A trial in.you0i
home before payment is asLed. Buy direct ol
the Manufacturers and save agents' profits be
sides getting certificates of warrantee for five
years. Send for machine with name of a business.
man as reference and we will ship one at onuct
Co-Operative Sewing Machine Co.,
269 S. tilth St., l'lhi'edelphia, IPa.

Mind wandnering curnd. Boolks lrne
ill one roiaj. Teatimoniol from all
S paits of the gobn. Proospeotus POST
Paing, sent on ipplicatiton to Prof.,
A. Liette, 237 Ave. New York.

4]-A.sk for catalogue.
TERRY M'O' .i 0.. liASiV.LL=. TENN.


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