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 26, 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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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 .BLRONSON, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, MARCH 26, 1891. VOL. IX. NO 16.

Th eTimes-De1mocrat.

County Judge--Ben Friedmann.
Clerk Circuit l iri-r- T. M. Barco.
Sheridff-W. II. jBi,.hi ioi.
",olh:,_t,',r- \V. 11..\,ll ,on.
T _reasurer-T. W- Shands.
upt. of Schools--S. Philips.
Governor-F. P. Fl.;. Tallahassee.
Secriitary eof St ite---J.hi L. Crawford,
Cr'n ford iII P
Anttor. Ij.neiril-W.B. Lamar 31outi
cello. .
Treasurer-F. J. Pons, Sanderson.
C>.'iiia;~:,,i:l ,''i LniiiJ-L. B. Womb-
well, 'r,, .li :
CiiiI l lt -iiI- 1). I. iriies, Tallahassee.
A2ilililant-(I.eiLn.i I--[Li.: d Lang, Cedar
Inpt. or tI'.il.lie Iii 3tru tion---A. J. Rus-
Bsell, Talliha.L i e 6i
i.iil,rm. .Coui t--A. E. Maxwell, Chiet
ju-,iie;o J ;nfirl -i; R. \W %\V'!- 1.1. Llerl., TIi:...-,.
S : <'ircl aa C,',irt, Fitli .J illiei:il I. ir'eil;t .- T.
J. Finlel v, .l.-nlj; bl atet- A. .olt ..
; W. L. \ ,.-i;, Pal.ukn.
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a .r or-.Gi-nel--W D. Bloxhain, Tal-

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B EST Material. Best wrirk gianrn:iteed
GOLD) ,'ILLIING "i yi,-e:.ily. All
work" promptly attended to1' Corrospou-
dence solicited.. decll ly.


Prompt and careful attention given
to business, ly
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W WLLr giva ii }a4g ,.; collector
sent me, special ait,.:-nitO.L
S- "Dee.-e,'

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Solicitor inlChancery.

Pranctice in all courts, office in TImEs--
DMocuiAT building.

JDenlJan. & Glisson,

Blacksmiths, iGunsiths

Are prepa red to do aiy and all kinds
Stich as Repairing BUGGIES WAGON
Plows, Eic., at short notice.
C' Wagon inaking a specially.

:BIO2-SO3QO', F-A...
--(:o :)---
Keeps on hand a general assortmeni
of Ladies', Misses' and Childrens
of the latest styles. Also a tull lin

; ... The Times-Democrat three months
for only 25 cents,
T' he American k armer is just the
periodical for our farmer friends. It
is a splendid magazine devoted to the
S lrm and farming. The subscription
price is one dollar per year, but don't
forget, that we send it to you FiEE !



President-C. W. McElroy, Judson
Secretary--J. Cox, Bronson.
Bronson-D. U. Marsti.llar, presi
dent; 0. Richardson, secretary.
Blitch-W. HI. 1H. Blitch. president
N. B. Plu mmner, secretary.
Cow Pen Seat-C. D. Craig, pros.
Ellzey-C. D. Parkensoir, pres.
Ishliam Thoritot, sec.
Iron Sink-Lbuis Appel, pres.; J
L. Barrow, sec.
Johnson-W. II. Stephens, pres.
L. E. Johnson, see,
Liberty-J. L. Curry, lr-es.; Win'
Watts, see.
Orange Hill-lion. N. A. Blitch,
pres.;, Geo. W.' Willis, sec.
Pine Level-J.T. Alien, pros. ; J,
W. Durrence, see,
Riverside-J. M. Love, press ; G,
W. Fletclier, sec.
Ii.'erky i:iiumnlock-S. H. W9rthing-
ton, prei. ; W. G. llH udion, sec.
Privilege-S. S. 'alkler, press ; )U.
S. \ u'll!ker, sec.
Shell Pond-
Unioim-Isaac II. Swindal, pros,;
Miss Julia S3nith, sec-
W.iy Key--Jolhn B. Smith, pres,;
:.J. 1. Davies., see.


A P'ldfor tuire SeedUl,if Petach.
-Is it not time to call a halt in the so1
called development of the peach in
Florida'' Are we not likely to de,
velop it into something less desirable
than'we now have? .
In Florida betfire the war the old
native peach trees were found by.bun,
dreda and thousands in Middle and
West Florida,. healthy and fruitful.
Springing from whatever origin, Span-
ish or English, Persian or Virginian,
they had grown to be a part of the real
estate of Florida, just as the old Mis-
sion grape and the club-wheat are of
California. They served a valuable
purpose, for they 'bore fruit. True,
that fruit was not of as high a quality
as some that. is raised now-a-days, or
not raised, it would be equally as
truthful to say, for some of the Florida
peaches that we try to raise have been
so sublimated by refinement that. they
are no longer able to produce fruit
after their kind.
During the war these 'oli native
peach trees were neglected and fell in'
to decay more or less. And for some
time after the war was ended 'little
effort was made to replace them, for
people were put to their-wits' ends to.
procure thecommon necessaries of life.
*But in the course of time Northern
settlers or Georgians and Carolinians
began to come in, and they bought
with them their "improved" budded
peaches; and the old native were put
aside. And from that day dates the
period of uncertainty and unfruitful-
ness of the Florida peach.
One of your correspondents in Lake
Butler some time ago, in speaking of
the manifest decline of the Florida
peach, dated it from a great rainstorm
which occurred in 1872, flooding the
earth, upsetting many trees, splitting
others down, and leaving all more or
less affected with a gum disease. But
this flood was not the real cause of the
decline; it was only contemporaneous
with, and served to mark, its begin'
The old Florida clingstone (or
"press" as our native farmers call it')
and the, freestone (or "clarstone")
were not perhaps as juicy and certainN
ly not as large as some of the mon
strous Chinese clings now in vogue;
but they had a rich and meaty quality
which gave-them a substantial value.
An indifferently good peach every
year is better than the most exquisite
budded peach once in three or four
years; and they were not indifferently
good; iLey w ere often of a very fair

, The.hardy orange and the tough
apple may endure generations of bud
ding and grafting without suffering
>- any great lesion of their vitality; bu
the more delicate peach seems likely'
to break down under this continue
artificial reproduction. Consider th
superior hardiness of the seedling Le
* Conte and Kieffer over the high
'"improved" French pears so muci
sought after in the North, The yel
- lows in the peach and the blight ii
the pear may be the outgrowth of de
; generacy-
What we want in Florida, espec
ially Northern Florida where frost is
; so prevalent, is not so much an early
peach to ship (once in six years,) bu
a hardy, seedling, mid-season peach t(
; can and to evaporate. The latter
may not present the glittering bail
* which the former does-often only to
prove a snare and a delusion-lbut ii
has solid qualities which will one day.
in my judgment, rank it with the great
horticultural, staples of Florida.-
Platt, in Farmer and Fruit-Grower.

Cockroach & Co.
This enterprising firm is doing bus-
iness in nearly every home in Florida,
and is a monopolist of the first order.
To exterminate the entire outfit, in-
cluding the smell, get ten cents' worth
of crude phosphorus-at least ifit isn't
crude it outsmells some things that
are--and then you make a flour paste,
using twoquarts of flour to the half
ounce of phosphorus, or you may use
less flour and proportionately less
phosphorus if you have a like propor-
tion of cockroaches and hen roaches,
You may also add a little lard for the
sake of euphony or some other species
of softness, and when you have filled
the entire farm with the-smell oif
burning matches so that your mother-
inlaw passes off into hysterics, then
put little dobs of the paste on broken
saucers with little blue rings around
them. Your crop is now out of the
grass and you may safely look for a
roach harvest the next morning that
will cause your eyes to hang out like
door knobs iand require you to tear
down your old barns and build new
ones. Don't mistake phosphorus for
phosphate. They don't smell at all
alike. When you attempt to buy the
phosphorus you will find it drowned
in a jar of water and you had better
keep your piece drowned, too, else it
will suddenly cause you to get up and
scat all oyer the neighborhood. It
won't do to fool with phosphorus lest.
it suddenly take to fooling with you
and make you feel foolish. Have a
wheelbarrow ready to carry out the
dead and mutilated cockroaches, also
hen roaches and little chick roaches,
and also be ready to hold your" nose.
Don't fail to bury the dead or cremate
them, for if you should neglect this
precaution you will be suddenly aston-
ished to see your chickens, which have
worried your vegetables for several
seasons past, take to staggering about
the yard and smoking like miniature
factory chimneys. Then- soon they
will all be dead and the preacher will
quit coming to your house but will
ride over to Sister McDusenherry's
were the roach family are still in
power. You will soon have no chick-
ens and you will also have no roaches,
or you can have chickens and cocks
roaches, or you can have chickens and
no roaches, or you can have roaches
and no chickens, or you can have-
Oh, plague it! I am not sure that
you can have anything, but of one
thing I am sure-the firm of Cock-
roach & Co. will call in their drum-
mers from your house.
P. S.-My mother inilaw, who is
an extravagant woman with my flour,
says that one pint of flour is enough.
T. S.
P. P. S.-If you think I am joking
about this thing, just you try it, now
will you, and if you don't get yourself
astonshed at the result I'll agree to
quit the Alliance and start a National
bank. T, S.

h country can gradually relapse into a
-, comatose condition until 1892, when
the patriots will have an impending
i danger and terrible crisis to confront
t thlep thb-t will require the best
y efforts and most earnest labor of every
1l citizen to rush to the polls to save it.
e There iB absolutely no danger now-
n ail theelections are over; there will
not be iny next fall-there will be no
Y elections then; but the patriots will
h begin to incubate on a small crisis at
*. that tine, which will gradually grow
n and expand until the following sum-
- mer, when it will be full grown. As
election day approaches it will grow
and erpc.nd, when the Macedonian
Scary for help goes up, and in Novem-
s ber, 1892, everybody can again save
y the country! If you have not grown
tired of this patriotic work from re-
peated exercise, be as patient and easy
o as you can.-Alliance Herald.
Thoke who are the victims of mer-
t curial poisoning, or who are suffering
, from mercurial rheumatism, are in,.
t coined to take a gloomy. view of life
when, is the poet says, "Winter is
folding its white tents and spring get-'
ting its: thunderstorms together." Yet
these victims have no reason to de.
spair. S. S. S. is a sure remedy for all
forms of mercurial poisoning. Though-
it is purely a vegetable medicine, it is
powefiul, indeed; when called on to
chase mercury, abd the last lingering
effects of mercury, out of the system.
It performs the work with neatness
and dispatch, as thousands of testimao-
nials show.

Aller knocking at the door of Con-
gress in vain, the larnners are now
konckiug that door in.-Cuurier-Jour-

A Goo Record. "I have sold
Chamblerra o's Cough Remedy for teri
years," says druggist, E. B. Legg, of'
Vail, Ia., "and have always warranted
it and never had a bottle returned.
During the past 90 days I have
sold twelve dozen and it has given
perfect satisfaction in every instance."
it does not dry up a cough, but'
loosens and relieves it. It will cure
a severe cold in less time than any
other treatment. 50 cent and .~
bottles for sale by Dr. JT. M. Jackson
& Son, Bronson,Bronson, and W. C. Andrews,

It we had no suffering in' this life
nobody could understand what love

erseWit ns. "
We desire to say to our citizens that-
for years we lihave been selling Dr,
xing's eow Discovery for consuiImption
Dr. King's New Life Pills, Buckln's
Arnica Salve and Electric Bitters and
have never h undled remedies that sell
as well or that have given such uni-
versal satisfaction. We do not hesi-
tate to guarantee them every time,
and1 we stand ready to refund the
purchase price if satisfactory results
do not follow their use. These rein-
edies have won tneir grnat popularity
oni their merits. J. M. Jackson & Son,

No man can do his beat for a cause
in whose justice he does not believe.

The senior proprietor of this paper
has been subject to frequent colds
for some years, which were sure to lay
him up if not doctored at once. He P
finds that Chamberlain's Cough Rem-
edy is reliable. It opens the secre-, h
tions relieves the lungs and restores f
the system to a healthy condition. If l
freely used as soon as the cold has
been contracted, and before it has be-
come settled in the system, it greatly
lessens the attack and often cures in
a single day what -would otherwise
have been a severe cohl.-Northwes- i
tern Hotel Reporter, Des Moines,
Iowa. 50 cent bottles for sale by
Dr. J. M. Jackson & Son, Bronson,
and W. C, Andre;s, Archer.

Pay up your back dues at this office
and a year in ad-vance, and get a
year's subscriptibi:ito.The Rural Call
without additional charge.

'Ihe opportunity ot ahietime-The

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. CHENEY & CO., Props.,
'Toledo, 0.
We, the undersigned, have known
F. J. Chenev for the last 15 years,'and
believe him perfectly honorable in all
-business transactions, and .financially
able to carry oiut any obligations made
by their firm.
rEST & TRUAX, Wholesale Drug-
gists, Toledo, 0.
Ball's Catairh Cure is taken inter-
nally, acting directly upon the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system.
Testimonials sent free. Price 75c. per
bottle. Sold by all druggists..

The Law Concei ning Newspaper
The decision of the United States
court on these subjects are interesting:
1. Subscribers who do not give exs
press notice to the contrary are con-
sidered as wishing to renew their
2. If subscribers order the discon-
tinuance of their periodicals the pub-
lisher may continue to send them un-
til all arrearages are paid:
3. If subscribers neglector refuse to
take their periodicals from the. post-
office to which they are directed, they
are responsible until they have. set-
tlied their bills and ordered them dis.
4. If subscribers move to other
places without informing publisher,
and the papers are sent to the for,
mer address, they are held responsi-'
5. The courts have decided that re-
fusing to take periodicals from the
office or refusing 'aid leaving their
uncalled for, is prima facie evidence
of, intentional fraud.
6, If subscribers pay ,in advance,
they are bound to give notice at the
end of time if they do not wish to con.
tinue taking it; otherwise the publish-
er.is authorized to send it, and the
sulbscriher will be responsible until
an express notice, with payment of all
arrearages, is sent to the publisher.

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

The man who is disloyal to his con-
victions will not be loyal to anything. s

Biucklen's A rnica Salve.
The,best salve in the world for cuts, I
Bruises. Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rlleum,
Ever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands,
Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Erup-
tions, and positively cures Piles, or no
pay required. It is guaranteed to
give perfect satisfaction, or money re-
tundedil. Price 25 cents per box. For
sale by J. M, Jackson, & Son.

-Farmer Brown---"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 he
has given me one year's subscription
free to that great farm paper pub- f
I[shed at FOrt Wayne, Ind., called the
American Farmer."
Farmer Brown-"Is that so? Reck-
on he will do the same by me. I will '
go in to-day and subscribe."

The TimesK Democrat three months
for only 25 cents.

Talk's cheap, but when it's backed
up by a pledge of the hard cash ofa-
financially responsible firm, or coni-
pany, of worldwidee reputation for
fair and honorable dealing, it meant
Now, there are scores of sarsaparil'
las and other blood purifiers, all
cracked up to be the best, purest,'
most peculiar and wonderful, but bea
in mind (for your own sake), there's
only one guaranteed blood purifier
and remedy for torpid liver and- all
diseases that come from bad blood.
That one-standing solitary "and
alone--sold on trial, is
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Dis,
If it doesn't do good in skin, scalp '
and scrofulous diseases-and pulmo-
nary consumption is only lung scrofu-t
la-just let its makers know and get
your money back.
Talk's cheap, but to back a poor
medicine, or a common one, by selling
it on trial, as "Golden Medical Dis-
covery" is sold, would bankrupt the
largest fortune,
Talk's cheap, but only '"Discovery"
is guaranteed,

-If our principles are not worth liy
ing and dying for, what are they good

A Sfe Incvestment,
Is one which is-guaranteed to brilig-s
satisfattory results, or in case of fail-
ure a return of purchase price. Qa
this safe plan you can buy from ou-f'
advertised druggist a bottle of Dri
King's New Discovery for Consump-
tioiin, It is guaranteed to bring -relief
in every case when used for any affec--
ti'i-of Throat. Lungs' on Chest, such
aa. Bronchitis,, Asthma, Whooping,
cough, croup, etc. Trial bottles free
at J. M. Jackson & Sous. '

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-,
discretions, 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-
ing Dr. Parker's Medical and Surgical
Institute, 151 North Spruce St., Nash-
ville, Tehn. They guarantee a cure
or no pay.-The Sunday Morning.

-"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
Mrs. Douglas-"Why, Mrs. Brown,
I am surprised that you have .not
heard the news. Go -to the TIMEs
DEMOCRAT office, pay one year's sub-
scription in advance, and the Editor
will give you the American Farmer
mone year free. In it you cannot only
earn 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.

We give with one year's subscrip.
tion to the TIMFS-DEMOCRAT your
choice of the following publications
for the price set opposite:
Rural Call and TIMES-D EMOCRAT... $1.00
American Farmer................... 1.00
Home Magayine ... .. 1.20
Judge's Library. ......... ........... 1.50
Demorest's Fanmily Magazine.......... 2.50
cke s' Complete W orks.'........:... 1.60
Mammoth Cyclopadia ............... 1.50


Highest of all in Leavening Power.-U. S. Gov't Report, Aug. x7, x88a

-TIMES,,DEMOCRAT ofe 'ear and a com-
The excitencnl' about what Con- piete set ot Dickens' works for only
grtss thrcate;s is about over and the I L1.60.


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,dvt11IBinw.1r aepi ra!o 1it. w%.r vn<,.i.

(Entered at the P. 0. at Bronson
as second vlais matter,)

THIUR',iDAY, March 26, 18')1.

The largest cotton planter in the
world is James S. Richardson of1'New
OrJ.-Iins, who owns 49,000 acres of'
cotton land and employs 9,000 ne-
groei. He ias refused an Englishj
syndicate's offer of $22,500,090 for
bis plantations.

The veteran periodical, "Godey's
Lady's Book," which has stood un-
flinched through so many seasons and
years. needs no introduction and no
plaudits. Allknow its merits, The
Easter number is full of attractions.
Godey Publishing Co., Philadelphia,
JPa. Price, $2.00 per year.

Senator Call is in the city stopping
at the Brown House. Since tle Sena-
tor's arrival he has bedn kept busy
baking hands with his hosts of friends.
Senator Call has always been popular
with the people of Alachua county and
is regarded by them as a friend of
the masses-one in whom they can
put nelr'trust. The city of Gaines-
ville, the towns ,in the county and
the piney woods are full of those who
would hail with d.elght the re election
of Mr. Call to the United States sen
ate. The bitter fight, being made on
Mr, C011 In some piprtiois of the stqte
will acOd strength to his popularity
with people of Old Alacha,--:Gaines3
Ville Sun,

A dispatch from Orlando says a
hailstorm visited that city Saturday
morning, and stones-some as much
as an inch in diameter-fell for five.
minutes, They drifted iu piles on
the south side of the streets. Several
horses ranzaway, but no-one was hurt.
One hundred windows were broken in
the San Juan hotel. Skylights suffer-s
ed greatly, every pane being gone.
Some of the north windows in the
Catholic church were wracked. The
damage to fruit cannot be estimated
yet, but is probably not great. Veg.
tables suffered more., 1 he storm did
rot extend far south, and was worst in
the north and western parts of the
city. There was a small cyclone at
Wilcox, half way to Winter Park
Trees were torn up by the roots, etc'
The hail extended at least a mile and
a half east and west. A man caught
in the storm a mile to the west was
beaten black and blue. There was
eio hail at Zellwood or sanford, Old
settlers say it was the worst storm of
Iany years,

An Indiana girl has taken the
prize of $200 offered by The Cosmo-
politan Magazine for "the hast article
of 4000 words desori tlve of farm life,
with suggestions as to the best method
of making farm life attractive and
happy," only farmers' daughters be-
ing permitted to enter the competition.
The design of The Cosmopolitan was to
draw outan expression of opinion as
to the important problems of happiness
and discomfort on the modern farmn
and it was so successful that more
than 200 manuscripts, very many of
them ably prepared, and representing
nearly every State and Territory,
were sent in. The prize was awarded
by Prof. H. IH. Boyesen anid the ed-
itor of The Cosmopolitan, the final
committee of award, to Miss Jennie
E. Hooker of McCutchanville, near
Evansville, Ind. Her article will ap-
pear in the April number of The Cos-
mnopolitan, and the same number will
contain a very interesting article on
the Farmers' Alliance, by the newly
elected United Stats' Senator Peffer,
of Kansas. The Cosmopolitan is one
of the few periodicals, which, while
gaining circulation in the cities more
rapidly than in the country, yet de-
vote special attention to all matters
pertaining to the farm. Taking the
prize over so mauny 'competitors,
- doubtless Miss HIooker's article will

present numerous ideas well worth the
consideration of those who find their
happiness or discomfort within the
limits of farm homes, (Price 25 cents,
Cosmopolitan Publishing Company,
Madison Square, New York,)

Items from Rosewood.
March 24, 1891.
Correspondence Time.s-Democrat.
Mrs, Comfort returned from Bron-
son Friday to her home here, after
quite a protracted visit to her daugh-
ter, Mrs. H. V, Coarrey.
Messrs. Harry Hazzeard and Will
Liu.il, of 6uiner, spent Sunday in
-Some excitement and bloodshed
here Saturday night aniong the col
ored troops. A difficulty occurred
between Manuel lHal, a despicable
negro, and Wiiiis lirice, ali izidustri-
ous boy working with Mr. George on
the railroad. Hall appears to have
be'n the aggressive party, and Brice
acted only in self defense. Brice was
walking a little in. advance of Hall
and another uman, when lie heard Hall
remark to his companion: "I'll show
you howto kill a-' nigger directly."
Brice turned around and said some
thing in reply, whereupon IHall rushed
upon him with drawn knife nd began
to cut him, J13ii'e drew a pistol and
fired, hitting Hall in the bowels, a lit-
Lie below the navel. Hail died last
night. Brice, though badly cut, is not
supposed to be in a dangerous condis
Mrs. C. M. Jacobs, the wife of our
merchant prince, went to Cedar Key
Sunday night to attend the show that
was advertised for Monday. As the
show did not show up, Mrs. J. was, no
doubt, much disappointed, as well as
quite a number of' others.
The IHazzards have moved from
Sumner to Tallahassee, the Bukhnels
will move to Jacksonville in a few
weeks, and I and everybody else in-
tend to move some day.
The train is coming-must close to
get this off UNCLE WILL.

Itl2sm from Lebanon.
March 14, 1891.
Correspondence Times-Democrat.
We are glad to see fair weather
agtiAn. 'Wle had light rains all through
the week until to-day, and this morn-
ing we had what we crackers call "a
lightwood floater." Many more such
rains might cause some of the new
Settlers in the marsh to hunt higher
ground. I hope they will not become
discouraged the first year, for there is
much good land in the Gulf Ham-
mock, and I don't care how soon itris
settled up by good men. There must
be some good people in there now, for
they have preaching once a month
and Sabbath school every Sunday.
Did you see the beautiful rainbow
yesterday evening? As I looked I
thought, of the promise God made five
thousand years ago, and I wondered.
how the unbeliever who has read ap
account of it, could behold it in all its
beauty and still'be an unbeliever,
In the last issue of the T.-D. I no-
ticed that some are wanting a new
court house. I ami not in a hurry to
help build one. I helped to move the
county site from Levyville' to Bron-
son, not thinking about the experse
of building a new court house, and the
first year I was taxed ninety cents,
and I had nothing but one horse. I
paid, taxes on that court house until I
was tired of it; and if I have any say-
so in it, I say use the old one as loug
as it will do-it has not been finished
long. If I had any faith in the courts
I might be interested in a new house,
but I never want to have to go to one
for justice, for I'm afraid I wouldn't
get it. I don't want to be different
from others, but it looks like taxes
are high enough at present. Can't we
wait until the county gets a little beti-
ter off? Wait until we get rid of so
many boards, G.

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In Circuit Court, 5th Judicial Circuit
of Florida. Levy County.
Elda Elbertson,
C. S. Elbertson.
Order to non.resideut defendant to answer:
SUE proot having been'filed in my office
Stbat the defendant in the above staled
cause is in the.-belief of the complainant
over twenty-one years ofage, and his rei-
deuceo is unknown, it is ordered that the
said defendant do appear, plead, answeror
demur to the bill or complaint filed in tjis
cause, on or before Monday the 6th day of
April. A. D., 1891, or the complalinai's
bill will be taken as confessed and a decree
pro coufesso be entered up against him.
It is t'urlher ordered that this notice he
published in the Levy Times-Democrat, a
newspaper published at Boonson, Levy
county, Florida, once a week for four co-n.
secutive weeks.
[Seal.] Clerk Circuit Court.
II B. Coulter, Complts. Sol'tr.
Bronson, Fla., March 3, 1891.
OTICE is hereby given that on the 10thi
_N day of April, A. '. 1891, 1 shall apply
to the HIon. liell Friedman, County Judge
of Ievy county, Florida,. at tonson, for
authority to sell the interest of the mniiior
heirs of Simeon Norberg, deceased, late of
the county of Providence, and State ot
Rhode Island, in the lauds described as
follows to-wit: NE quarter of SE quarter
of Sec. 29Tp. 11 S. R, 17 East containing
40 acres more or less, and lying and Ibeina
in the county of Levy and Ia tae- aI i iIni.
MINA NSOlIERG, Guardian,

SIX months from date of this notice I
S will present my final accounts and
vouchers as executor of the estate of Rich-
ard D. Simmons, late of LeV Ceounty, de.
ceased, to the Hon. Benjamin Friedman,
Co,.nty Judge of Levy county, and ask to
be discharged as suoh executor,
JAMES M. BARCO, Executor.
February 11, 1891.

In County Court, I
Levy County, Florida.j
By the Cpunty Judge of said Cou.ty:
Whereas, Sainuel J'. Lane has alpiied
to this Court for Letters of Administration
on the estate of Emma R. 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 and appear be-
fore this court, on or before the'27th day of
march, A. 1)., 1891, and tile objections, if
any they have, to the granting letters as
aforesaid, otherwise the same will be
granted as prayed.
Witness my name as County Judge of
the county aforesaid, this lath delay of
February, 1891.
County Judge.
In County Court,
Levy County, Florida.
Whereas, William Hl. Anderson, admin-
istrator de bonis non of the estate of A. E.
I-lodges, late of Levy county deceased, las
filed in the office ol the County Judge of
said county a written suggestion of the
insolvency of said estate;
SNotice is hereby given to all per ons hav-
ing claimsagainst said estate, of any na-
ture whatsoever, to tile the same duly au-
thenticated, in the office of the County
Judg'e of said coum,tv on or before the 1st
Monday in May, A. D., 1891, the same
being lihe 4th day thereof, at which time
'bere will be a pro rata payment to credi-
tors eunitled thereto, and the administrator
discharged. BEN FRIEDMAN,
County Judge
'This 'li day of October, A. D.,, 1890.



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Land Office at Gaineivllle, Fla,,
March 18, 1891.
Notice is hereby given that the follow-
ing-natued settler has il ed notice of his in-
tention to make coinmutatiou proof in sup-
port of his claim, and that said proof will
e in made before Register and Receiver at
Galnesville, Fla., ont May 22, 1891, viz:
JOHN P. REDDICK, of Willistoni,
lid, 20304 for the WV of NWiV Sec, 6 T. 14
S. R, 19 E.
lie names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon, and
cultivation of, said land, viz,
N. A. Blitch, of Willistoni J. J, arber,
G. T. Hill and W. 11. 11, Blitch of Barco,
Alex, Lylichb Roegitster.

To the l litiornalble 3oard of County Com-
an: i i ll1.r5 i t l t'dfor t';e Counlny ot Levy,
SI le ot io ritta:
F I.:('i a;is. 3r., of :;id cou lntl of Le"'y
ri( 'i-' ilu y tisks your liHuonori hi;: liody I"
gr";..t ;c'. 1 lic e t' i oe I s'-11 sI -irit< us li-
(1i OS," Wi!Li anId beer ii Electi',In jistr.i et
No. -i (t i;i'0, county of Levy, Yas i, j0 iproded
be It)n z-t (.i the Legilatiure or ihe sIdd
t- t I f';f 1 ,ri.da,cvntitlet A ( ,t ito rigt ,-
late i111 sil c (| lieuorS, 'A ii- lts ;II0! I'cr ii
tle it:oe 1i Ftoriti 1i lhe ,Ih Il'o of Coo n-
ty C'inoi !-'.ione'rs of i1he several oullities,
vwlhch act s ni piov'-d on 1;ih 27hli day i'
1t:'0 i u t' I o s of ss i district .o. 4 res-pt( t-
tI'.] ,; ink l! 0nt. ','0 1 .l lh or;;b!' l (d,(l v.'ilI
gi ilt to P aid F. LE'iti.'ds. Jr,, the rfil t to
ei-li ,h'bl ii- oi s, \ its anl:d beer.
S. L. (' odr-.Adison iHall, John liute 'h-
Cr ,On, 1a11 L'N ,Cltelhil. l,'lo)d hIs x 1 n1.11k
( ow'ver, JieiS x Stewart, !icriy x 1Hal.,
1 11 x ll. wkilis, S;'ii-uii x Willun:,
' aih x I'rucei, T' C Cooperl', M V x tex-
toi, I nl'itit x T;Blo, .1 a i-pcr D1ell, J A
Y;);IS'", iii:iikl x Bi;-(', 1) x Kir:min;, 'DIt
itelx lierns. l Matx N l;isiop, 'Prince x Ai-
bert, Willini iison, Dot- x (ain(-y. It: F
Acey, R IM Dozier, (i W Camber, Win
Canty, VWmn inslow, S 11 Spairks, A E x
XVilliamrs, Jonn x Ca(nibriddge, John x ,Jolh-
un, S B ryant, 1R C Collins, Charles x
White, Allen Graves, Robt x Agent, Reu--
bin x Anderson, John x VVarren, Cyrus x
Washington, S C Reddick, John IH Sutton,
B Baratre, Jeroam Wlison, Lewis x Jack-
son, Leo L Hodges, Israel Steward, Ben
Hloward, George W\illians, I!arry x Bol-
lins, Frank iicheal. W II Geiger, C J
Bradshaw, John l all, C W WVebster, J L
Cottrell Archer x Jones, Itobert x Owens,
Elleson Thompson, Baily x Scott, John x
McLeod, Ed T'ver, W R IIaynes, Alford x
Jackson, Silvester Systrunk, Joe Sharers,
James Laberth, C A Gritlin. John Hamil-
ton, Edward x Giles, J MciBryde, i1)
Fiulaysoni, Chas H Benson, lBrad.liaw x
Camp.bell, Peter x WValker, George x
James, Win x Lewis, It T Daniels, James
x Harris, Thomas x Davis, M Rivers,
Jack Cloud, George Williams, Ned x
Campbell, W D Fagan, VWashington
Anderson, David x Moore, Viiicent x
Moore. James Means. William CGinn,
Lx Sorioe, Johnu Pattison, E S El-
liott, John Jolnson, N M Bishop, Syd-
ny L Kemp, Berry B. Brown, V. R.
BeriryIhill, Frank L Freeman, John
Palterson, Milchell k )oyd, Jlichard
Collins, Dave Depew, lenury x Mc-
Ginfliss, Isaac x 1ichlbiurg, CCharles
H HIaines, 1 x Miles, Wilsot' x Browin.
WVillis Abranis, 1Richli,",' x li,'rry.
George x WIldre, A L' Criuiptonti, \\
- Bai nes, W llBarnes. Win. Black-
wood. W L ThoImas, Win Barton., B n
Blackshear, Win Ypinmi, Robt-x !Iall.
John R Smith, Calvini Blat-lh, I A
Sinmpson, Toby Sntiih, G VW Wyviuns,
Jake x Mitchell, John W Mooeii;', S
E Barlett, Win 1' McCrear, Franki
Fui'stuow. F E IHalc, ,Jamues Greci, J
F McQueen, C I Ilenly, Johnn Wil-
liams. C W Felder. Geo D Palckard,
Steve x Campbsll. Stephen x Brown,
Josh x'Wright, B F Lnttrell. 'J N
Crevass, Jolhn W C'revass, T E Boze-
man, ,J B Lewis, Wash x Tape, J 1)
Danicy, Thos x Jackson, Judge Far-
ley, A B Robinson, C V Ilareins,
IHenrv Walker, 'Thomas Coriur'l,
Robt IXcCray, Geoirae Williams, FHIn-
ry Kellv, G II Williams, A M Dor-
sett, Lisborn x Robinson, Win' M
Slieniwell, fleunry Corburn, Sni Por-
ter, Etugene Co'ntis,, E BW Cale, Sol
Canunoi. John Doke, W G Stroud, W
N6rris, Moses Bar, D T Rolf, Joseph
x Williams, C E'Freiich, Riley Lewis,
S C Guatse, Ben x Carter, Martiin
Brown, Jiamip Kiiig, I L McCall,
Chlarley Mitchell, Jesse Kenedy, D L
Mooro, Shelton Mclntire, *tin Mc-
Qtit'en, Georg' Depew, Christ Ahrons
B IW Flota, J. M Andrews; J'B Waits,-
Garett Elkins, J IR Mitchell, Geo W
Young, J C McCaiit, Win x Alberry.
Above signatures wore witnessed
by J. M. IDriver and A. C. Porter.
E L Cottrell, witnessed by R A
Coachman and A C Porter'; I A
Coahlinatt. witnessed by E L Cottrell
and A C Porter; Cia4ndiou x James,`
witnessed by Ben Blackshear; Giles
x Ilouris, witnessed by S L Condry
and A C Porter; A C Porther. witnes-
sed by Win 1 Shomwelvl audi J M
Driver; Ollie Roberts, witnessed by
R A Coachman and A C Porter;
Charles A Smith, witnessed by Frank
Furstnow and A C Porter; Rutus
Hodge's, wiluessed by A C Porter and
R A Coachman ; J B Lutterloh, wit-
nessed by Jas Snithll and A C Portpr;
WV M Moore, witnesses t A Coach-
man and J M Driver; E T Lomnas,
witnessed by J M Driver and R A
Coachman; Allen x Brown, C Ax
Harden, witnessed by It A Coachman
and A C Porter.
State of Florida,[
Levy County. Personally appeared be-
lore me F. Edwards, Jr,, who being duly
sworn says he is the applicant for license
to sell liquors, wiles anl beer in tile tore-
going petition, and that every name or
mark atfixesi to such petition was the act
and deed of the party purporting to have
signed the same, and that said signing was
in the presence of at least two credible
witnesses, and that there was no lraud,
bribery or deception in procuring said sig-
natures or Marks to such petition.
Sworn to and subscribed before me
March 10th 1891.
Notary Public State of Florida at Large,

T NDER and by virtue of an execution
to me directed, issued out of the Cir-
tt Court of the 5thi Judicial Circuit or
Florida for Levy county, in a certain cause
wherein ,, A. l]instei, of Savannahi, Ga.,
Is Pinintitf, and Chas. T. Lowrie is delofen-
dant, I have levied upon and shall sell to
the highest and best bidder for cash, in
iront of the court house door in the town
of Bronson, in said county, on the lirst
Monday in April, A. I., 1891, the same
being the 6th day of said month, within
the legal hours o' sale. the following realI
estate to-wit; All that certain lot, piecee ,
parcel or tract of land lling, situate and
being g it tie county of Levy and State of
Florida, and more particularly described
as ifllows to-wit: The Sy of SE1 of NNW
g of'See. 22 Tp. 12 R. 18; also, comnimenc-
ing at the NW corner of the above de-
scribed tract and run from thence east
along the northern boundary of said tract
five hundred and thirty feet; thence north
six hundred and sixty feet or to the south
boundary of the lot heretolbre coinveved to
Richard Powell, and from thenci-eeib
west five hundred and thirty feet; thence
south six hundred and sixty feet to point
of beginning, lying and being in the SE14
of N'\ 4 of Sec. 22 Tp, 12 R, 1R and con-
taining 2S acres more or less, together with
all and siegular' the tenemnits, heredita-
melnts and appnultenances thereuttto be-
longiingg or in anywise ap)pertaining.
W. H, BiGIl.A\, Sherit' hLevy Co.
Henry B. Coulter, Pl't'fs attorney.

Read the TiMas-DEMOCRAT,

State of Florida,) In County Judge's
county of Levy.j Court.
To J.C. Ilopkins:-
YTOU are hereby notified ihat a wvit 0o
pL pitioubiment has been issued against
you, and your property attached to satisfy
the dem.aid of J. A. and J. R. Einstein,
,ouliunting to $100.00. Now unless you
shall nopiar before He n FrIedlanr, a 0oun-
tI y Judge in and lr said county, at hIs of-
itce at Broon, Florida, ontlie lth day of
Apenryil A. Coul ,18ter1, at o'clock in te fore
noon, .dglet wiol be redCO ed against
S and your property solnlan to pay the
ais ined tih ate. y of Jeanuary A. in.,
15191. J. A. &rJ. R. EixNS'i-:IK,
P1'1ai Itii's.
henry want Coulter, P'tfs attorney.

S (_.IT CourtH, 1 ouse ; ("0 acr.i-t croarid.
25 unletr fiice. 50 trailing li-rc, 835
hearing. 3 largre pecan trees l'ear
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place. As good farmint la nd as itbre
is in the State. If oou mean bisiii'sN.4
and wantt Tull ainlictIllt's. write to or
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To all points in South, -Middle and West Florida, Mobile, New Orleans and the
Southwest. Direct connections to a1l points Nortbhwest and Northeast.
Time Card in Effect February 12, 1891.
South. North. No. 9 No. I Western Div'n. No. 2 No. 1
No. 3 No. 7 Southern Div'n. No. 8 No. 4 710 lp 7 0ai v Jaxville ar 9 o5p 1 p05
6 lOp li loa lv Fernandina ar 2 5i,5p 9) 4,)a 4 i 1 8 1a lv lialdwin Iv ixLY;, 1201p
8 40p 11 3.5a lv Calahan ar 1 451 7 7O0a 4 O 'm 1, 251 ar lon iitcello lv S3 p ......
9 5pUi 11 Maialv Jaxville ar 155-p i 615a 50a 2 23p arTalhlahassce lV 2 10)p 3Ooa
10 35i 12 30p lv Baldwin lv I1 0ia 45a 8 15a 3 l)p ar Quinlyv Iv 12 58p 1 20i%
It 7p 1 17p ar Starke lv 11 ia 4 c2a .10la 4 1 p ar River June lv 121tp 12 011a,
12 54a 2 ) a.r Hawthorne lv 10 41a 2 3 a" 7 30p l lOp ar 1'ensacol. lv 1 l-a 3ati
1 80a 251,p ar Citra Iv 10 15a 1 58a ... 2. 'o ar )-nile lv 7 Slip .....
...... 3 31p ar Silver Sp'gs lv I5 45a ..... ....- 7 ia ir N. Orleans lv :. .....
2 21a 3 44p ar Ocala lv 9 34a 103a ...... 6 50a aor Mnigoi'iy ar 7p .....
...... 7 05p a' Hom ssasI lv 7 00a .. ... 2 27a ar Ll.ouisvillo Iv 12 1-a ......
t35a 5 35pI ar Lees'irg lv 7 59a l1 34p ...... (; 652a r (Cil'ciniti lv 7 >Up ......
6 25a 540p ar Tavares lv 7 30a 9 p ...... 7 2p ar St Louis lv 7 35p ......
8 9a 7 011) ar Apopka lv 6 37a 61)p ...... 11 311a ar Chicago lv 0ip ......
945a 7L51p ar Orlando lv 6 05a 6 00p
340a 4 41p lv Wildwood lv 8 88a 11i 15p Monticello & Thomasville l.intited.
5 18a 6 ()71, ar Dade City lv 6 i55a 9 .45p xo. 5 No.
6 25a 7 281) ar Plant City lv 557a 8 35p ...... 7 oi.a lv Jaxville itr 9 15p .....
i45a 8 40)ar Tampa lv B OOa 7 30 ...... 11 2-a ar Mloniti-el) l IV 3 ......
...... 1 -13p ar W itlo lv 11 S in ...... '3.. i I iar'l'ioOit.itllelv 8 t i ......
S.3. 2 31p ar Gainesville Iv 10 '*Wa .... 8 op arMotitgoncry lv 7 n .....
....... U2p ar Cedar Key lv 6 30a .... ..... 1t 15p r Biri'ii.h'l lv 3 ......
.. .. i ar Nailville lv 8.;, .....
Nos.7 aud 8 daily; 3 and4 daily. .... 12 o7p ar Louisville lv 2 ,p ......
...... 4 n8p ar Ciicilinati lv 11 (oo .....
Fernandina and Cnumberland Route. I5p at St 1ouls Iv 7 5a ......o
No.6 No. 00For Brunswick. No. 5 No.61t uwanee River poute .
415p 930a lv Jaxville ar 8 5.a 2 151p N 1 o. 2 No.
1 5,(i 1 I 0I5a -F e1rnlndinl lv I 1a,, 12 .t.5n No. i -No. I Yo. 2 NO. I

...... 5 00p ar Brunswick Iv ...... 8 00a
All daily except Sunday. Daily steam-
ers between Fernandina and Brunswick
(iiteeot with all points North, West and
Neorliwest. Sunday trains leave Jachson-
ville 8:10 a in,
Flying Cracker-Daily except Sunday.
No. s No. 6
..... 9 Oa lv Jacksonville ar 5 4-50.....
...... 12 2.a ar W aldo Iv 3 iS.p .....:
..... 11 57a ar Hawthorn lv S 02p .....
..... 101 Iar Silver Sp'gs lv 1 p .....
..... 2 01p ar Ocala .lv 12 Sjp-
...... 5 80p ar 1 'ant City lv 9 2Sa .....
...... 6 30p ar Tampia lv 8 3 a......

Ticket oflice ,I W. Bay St., Cor. Ilogan.
N. S. PENNINGT'ON.' Traffic 3ianager.

...... 00a Iv Jaxville ar 9 1Ip ......
.. 73;aI lv BaldwinI lv 8 2p ......
...... 9 i)a lv Lake it'y lv i 53p ...
...... o ia ar .,syer lv 7 p ......
... .. a ar 'A dnsta v 5 lp ......
I.... 5 3211i ar aeon lv 11 too .....
...... 9 "op ar Atlanta Iv 6 55a ......
Nos. 1, 2. i 6, 0, 10, lo, daily 1, 2., Pullman
cars to New Ortens; 9, sleeper to lacon;
5, 6, sleeper to Cincinnati.
The ])F ying Cracker gives 40
minttces f/r Dinne- at Silver
Spring-, and row on the Lake,
going and retu?,rnig.

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State of Florida,I
County of Levy. *
In the .County Judge's Court for Levy
County, Florid>a.
To E1. 1, tinekile:-
YTOU are hereby notified that a writ of
attachineunt has been issued against
voll and your property attached to satisfy
he (lemand of J. 11.akohie, amounting to
$1i'O00.00 \(w. inlesss you shall appear be-
fore his 11itor Eric Fricmaniati, County
-Judge of Levy 'oultV, at, 1hs ollire at
Brolison, on tbe 11th1day of May .A. 1). l)l,
at 10 o'cloek l) he t'orenoIon. .uidemilent will
he -ndoreed against oui and your property
sold to pay theo df-ht..
This 12th dav of Marchl, A. D.1691.
'J. 11. JA KOBIE, Plaintiff,
Iienry B1, Coulter, Pltfs. Atty.

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Vernon Cyatt, of Levyville, was in
town Monday.
Major Cubberly, of Archer, was in
town Tuesday.
Mr. C. J. Huber, of Ocala, came up
to visit his mother on Fridayv.

Dr. Wm. Young returned Tuesday
Church Direct ory. to his home in Galesville, Wis.
Methodistchurch-Rcv. W, S.Rich-e Dr. Jackson will deliver his :ecture
ardson, pastor. Preaching the first on the "Holy Land" on Monday night,
Sunday in each month, at 11 a. m. April 13.
and 7 p. in.
Sabbath school every Sunday at 3 Mr. Chas. McDonell, of Shell Pond,
p. IIm ; Dr. J. Al. Jackson. Sr., super-
iit de J. akso S., super- was in town last week and subscribed
for the T.. D.
Baptist clihurch-Rev. Robt. Keithi,
pastor. Preaching the third Sun- Mr. P. Ml. Colson has bought a fine
day in each month, at 11 a. mIn. and 7 Jersey cow from Harper Bevill, of
p. InI.
Sabbath school every Sunday at 10 Alachua county.
a. min.; 0. J. Farmer, suprintnoudent. Those Levy county negroes who
Evangelical church-Rev. J. L. contemplate going to Liberia had bet-
Guinthetr, pastor, prealichs every sec-
end astoda. Dr. S. Bean cyreaches ter look well before they lea,).
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every ,iur't Snuunay. Hours: l a.
Sm. and 7 p. in.
,Sabbath school every Sunday at 10
a. m. ;)Dr. S. Bean, superintendent.

March 26.
Winter holds her grip well.
Mrs. Lina Jones went to Archer
Miss Gussie Sutton is visiting at
High Springs.
Your pastor wants to see you at the
Mr. N. B. Plummer, of Barco. was
in town Friday.
Mr. Ed. Lummus, of Fannin, wrs
in town Monday.
Dr. Jackson hived two swarms of
bees from one gum last Thursday.
P Parasiticide cures itch in 30 min~
rates. Price 50c. Sold by J. B. Coarsey.
Mr. Milton Turner, wife and chil-
dren, were visiting in Bronson- last
1\. Will Hafele, a young railroad
man of Ocala, came to Bionson Fri-
day to visit his father.
Rev. W. S. Richardson will preach
an Easter sermon at the Methodist
Church Sunday night.
Don't forget the sacred concert to
be given at the Baptist church' Suns
day morning at 11 o'clock.
Mrs. Exley, of High Springs, who
Jias been visiting her sister Mrs. J. E.
Jones, returned to her home Saturday.
Mrs. Comfort returned to Rosewood
last Thursday after quite a lengthy
Visit to her daughter, Mrs, H. V.
We are prepared to furnish a set of'
Dickens' complete works to every
subscriber of the T.-D. Call and see
how we do it.
To every new subscriber paying $1,
a' year's subscription, -we include a
year's subscription (worth 60 cents)
to the great literary and home month-
ly, The Rural Call.
. Married, on Sunday, March 22, at
the residence of the bride's parents,
Judge Fri-dman officiating, Mr. Dan-
iel J. Munden and Miss Luvenia Os-
teen. May they be as happy as it is
given unto mortals to be.
* Dr. Jackson has a fine stock of
fancy stationery, choice candies, ci-
gars, etc., and before you prepare your
Easter eggs you ought to call at tlhe
drug store and get a package of calico
paper. You will be delighted.
WANTED,-The consent of 10,-
6O00 Smokers,-to send each a sample
lot of 150 "NICKEL" Cigars and a
20 year gold filled Watch, by Express
Q. O. D. $5.25 and allow examination.
HAVANA CIGAi Co,, Winston, N. C.
Mr. L. J. Clyatt, who has been
teaching school at Plant City, and
his sister, Miss Viola, who has been
attending school there, returned home
Sunday. Mr. Clyatt will probably
take another normal course at White
M" r. James White, station agent at
Citra, and who owns some valuable
gold mine stock in Colorado, was in
Levyville last week prospecting for
indications of copper. He thinks
there is something in that soil besides
iron and phosphate.
:We trust every raaler of the T.-D.
will enter-with spirit into Uncle Will's
:plan; How easy it would be for each
subscriber to send us at least one new
subscriber, and what a big thing thliat
: Would be for us. We appreciate Un-
SeJe Will's expression of good will, and
- Wish him success.

Strawberries are a luxury, and
while many of our people grow enough
for table use, they are scarce in the
The Rural Call, 8 pages, 48'columns
full of the cream of current literature,
and you can get it in connection with
this paper without charge.
Why send abroad for your watches
and jewelry when you can save money
by buying from D. Graham, the jew-
eler, who warrants his goods? This is
a burning question.
The statement that Judge McDon-
ell has sold his property on Shell
Pond, which is going the rounds of the
press, is incorrect. The judge and his
Fons have formed a company and.will
mine phosphate,
Mr. B. W. Fontain, the hustling
phosphate man, was in Bronson Tues,
day. He said le would put about
twenty hands in the mines at Albion
this week. We hope Mr. Fontain will
move to Bronson.
Mr. Rob Reynolds, who came from
New York to Bronson several weeks
ago in such bad health, has gained
thirteen pounds, and he will have to
return to New York soon or his clothes
will be too small.
The American Farmer (one of the
presents we give to the readers of the
TIMEs-DEriocaAT) comes out in a
handsome new dress and is improved
in every way. We know that those
of our subscribers who are receiving
our premiums will not hesitate to
speak a good word for us.
There was no butter in town for
several days this week. It has taken
a rise in the northern market, and we
"poor editors must "butter" our bread
with lard. It is n6t positively known
who is responsible for this rise-Call
or McKinJey. The' Standard would,
perhaps, put it off on Call.
We rise to remark that Bronson
will soon be known as a phosphate
centre. Abundant indications haye
been found within a half mile of the
depot, and Monday .Mr. H. W. Den-
ham showed us some specimens found
within a quarter of a mile of the court
house. Albion and Dunnellon had
better hump themselves.
Capt. A. 0. MacDonell, General
Passenger Agept; Mr. H. R. Duval,
President; Mr. D. E. Maxwell, Gen-
eral Manager, and Mr. C. W. Max,
well, of the "Old Reliable" F. C. & P.
railroad, went to Cedar Key last week
in their special cars. The Commercial
says they went to inspect the oyster
beds off the Withlacoochee and Cryss
tal rivers with an eye to starting a big
canning factory there. We trust the
gentlemen have some plan in view
that will result in the improvement of
this division of their otherwise admir-
'rable lines.
Dr. J. H. Claywell, of 'Levyville,
called on us last Friday and informed
us that gold had been found in the
neighborhood. Mr. Sam Hinton, who
had gone out r-rospecting, found a
large rock covered all over with the
shining metal. 'Breaking off a piece,
he found the gold inside as well as
outside. Carrying the small piece to
Leyyville where i d was examined by
experts and pronounced very rich, he
returned for the large rock, only to
find that some one had been ahead of
him and carried it off. Dr. Claywell
could not tell us whether the indica,
tions extended further than the rock,
but we learn that a shaft is to be sunk,
and possibly Florida will rival Cali-
fornia min the gold business as she sur-
passes her in the production of oranges.
In any event it will pay you to keep
your good eye on Levy county.

A LL persons holding claims against the
I estate of rla J. Carter, deceased, are
required to present them to -the adminis-
trator without delay and those indebted to
said estate are required to make settle-
ment with the unders.igned.
N. f1. CARTER. Admr.,
Estate of Ira J. C.irter, Deceased.

The sheriff's burglar-proof safe has
Mr. Monte Brooks was in town on
Mrs. E. W. Rush, of Judson, was in
town Tuesday.
Mr. P. M. Colson went to Fort
White last week to look for phosphate
on his father's land. He found it (the
The north bound passenger engine
jumped the track at Archer Tuesday
morning, causing a delay of four
hours to the south bound passenger.
No one was hurt.
Our Rosewood correspondent gives
the particulars of the shooting affray
at that lnace Saturday night. Brice,
who was cut pretty severely, came to
Bronson Sunday. Hall is dead.
The fact that Easter falls on a very
early date this year, March 29th, has
caused a "friend of facts and figures"
to collect some curious statistics. In
1882 Easter fell on March 25th, and
it will only once again this century,
namely, in 1894, fall on so early a
date. In the three following centuries
it will occur only eight times on the
same date, namely; in 1951, 2035,
2046, 2057, 2104, 2141, 2125, and
Good Cheer from a friend.
Mr. P. Kellinar, the piano and or-
gan manufacturer of IHazleton, Pa.,
write us under date of March 16th, as
"Enclosed find postal note for your
esteemed paper, which is certainly a
welcome guest to myself and family.
Without it we would be lost as to the
news of your paradise. Your roses,
oranges and shrubs are blooming,
while our soil is frozen so hard that a
six mule team with a heavy lumber
wagon does not make an impression in
the ground. I longed to be in your
midst this winter, but owiing to the
large demand for pianos and organs it
was impossible for me to 'leave the
factory. If Providence permits we
will have a good hand shake this coin-
ing winter.
"The four coal miners incarcerated
in the' bowls of the coal, and lived in
compressed air for nineteen days, each
living.on about six pieces of bread
contained in a dinner can, which they
brought with them for. their dinner,
are getting on well. They will leave
the hospital this week. (A wonder.)
"My best wishes, and success to
yourself and citizens."
What a contrast, indeed! There
snow and ice, here sunshine and flow-
ers; there a barren landscape, here
all nature robed in spring's greenest
verdure, tte atmosphere laden with
the sweet perfume of theorange, while
the song birds sing ever so sweetly.
Give us lovely Florida! Mr. Kellmer
ows a nice orange grove near Bronson,
and his many friends will be glad to
welcome him at any time.

The following is the list of jurors
for the Spring term ot the Circuit
Court, which convenes in Bronson on
April 21st, as drawn Monday:
Grand Jury.-A. F. Harrod, D. M.
Limbaugh, J. E. Jones, J. F. Mere-
dith, S. B. Hinton, J. M. Willis, J. C.
Standly, D. S. Walker, T. N. Smith,
W. W: Clyatt, J. B. Trotter,' Nathan
L. Sheppard, N. R. Carter, I1. R. Can-
non, M. N. Hinton, Chas. Tyson, A.
Long, J. D. Jones.
Petit Jury.-J. K. Hatcher, David
Hires, J. A. Jones, J. C. Wymer, W.
T. Watson, P. M. Colson, C. T. Bag-
ley, Andrew D. Lynn, James Adams,
3. W. Dens, T". D. Morgan, Amos
Emanuel, D. H. Arline, Jacob Stanly,
J. T. Foster, H. S. Brown, J. D. Si,

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Laud Oflice at Gainesville, Fla.,j
March 7, 1891.
-Notice is hereby given that the follow-
ing-namined seottilr has filed notice of his in-
tention to maKe tinal proof in support of
his claim, and that said proof will be made
before J. 31; Barco, clerk circuit court at
Bronson, Fla., on May 5, 1851, viz:
CHARLIE TYSON, of Levyyille.
Hd. 16012 for the W'1 of SE quarter and
E 2 o0 SW quarter See, 24 T. 12 S. R. 14 E.
lie names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon, and
cultivation of, said land, viz:
John L. Barrow, W. 11. Horn, A. M3. Ho-
gan, .Jolhn Ostnen, of Levyville, Fla.
Alex. Lynch, Register.
Land Oflice at Gainesville, Fla.,
March 7, 1891. f
INOtice is hereby given that the follow-
ing-named settler hags iled notice of his in-
teneion to make final proof in support of
his claim, and that said proof will be made
before James 31. Barco. clerk circuit court
at Bronson, Fla,, on May 6, 1891, viz:
WiLLIAM P. McLEOD, of Levyville
HId. 16143 for the ,F of SE quarter and E.
Y; of NE quarter Sec. 12 T. 11 S. II. 14 E.
He names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon, and
cultivation of, said land, viz:
Marion Gritlin. J. W. Wise, J. D. Dykes,
John WV. Lock, ot Judson, Fla.
Alex. Lynch. Register.
March 7, 1891.
Notice is hereby given that the following
named settler has filed notice of his inten-
tion to make final proof in support of his
claim, and that said proof will be made
before Register and Receiver at Gaines-
ville, Fli., on May 11, 1891, viz:
MORRIS JACKSON. of Aichcr, Fla.,
lid. 14217 for the SWy. Sec. 12 T. 11 S. R.
17 E.
lie names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon, and
cultivation of, said land, viz:
Richmond MeKinney, Elbert McKinney,
Nathan Ralls, January MolHagan, of Ar-
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Land Office at Gainesville, Fla.
March 7, 1891.
Notice is hereby given that the following
named settler has filed notice of his inten-
tion to make final lUioof in support of his
claim, and that said proof will be made be-
fore J. M. Barco, clerk Circuit Court at
Brovson, Fla., on May 5, 1891, viz:
JOHN K. GARRISON, of Bronson,
Hd. 16484 for the Ny4 of NEy Sec. 32 T. 11
S. R. 17 E.
He names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon, and
cultivation of, said land, viz:
David Graham, Sr., WV. F. Arnold, J. C.
Wright, C. A. Hanson, of Bronson, Fla.
Alex. Lynch, Register.
Land Office at Gainesville Fla.)
February. 19, 1891. j
Notice is hereby given that the following
named settler has filed notice of his iiten-
tion to make commutation proof in support
of his claim, and that said proof will he
made, before Register and Receiver at
Gainesville, Fla., on April ]8, 1891, viz:
cher, Fla,,
Ild. 20207 for the NEB Sec. 18 T. 12 S. R.18
He. names the flIlowing witnesses to
prove his continuous.residence upon and
cultivation of said land viz:
W. J. McDonald, Charles McDonald, W.
H. Bigham, Geo. F. McDonald, of Archer,
Alex. Lynch, Register.
Land Office at Gainesville, Fla.,i
February 19 1891 j
Notice is hereby given that the follHwing
named settler has filed notice of his inten-
tion to make commutation proof in support
of his claim, and that said proof will be
made before Register anid Receiver at
Gainesville, Fla., on April 2,), 1891, viz :
DANIEL MOORE, of Williscon, Fla.
ld. 19000 for the SM of N W% See. 34 T. 18
S. RI. 18 E.
He names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon, and
cultivation of, said land, viz:;
Boyd ieamer, T. Rt. Willis, J. N. Willis,
J. B. Epperson, of WVilliston, Fla.
Alex. Lynch, Register.
February 0, 1891. 1
Notice is hereby given that the following
named settler has filed notice of his inten-
tion to make linal proof in support of his
claim, and that said proof w ill be made be-
fore Judge, or in.his absence, clerk circuit
court at Bronson, Fla., on April 9th, 1891,
CHAS. A. HANSON, of Bronson,
Fl a.,
1d. 160542 for the WI SAW'V See. 22 T. 1! 5. R. 17 E.
He names the following witnesses to
prove hIlis continuous residence upon and
cultivation of, said land, viz:
B. P. Miller, J. II. Butler, J. C. Wright,
John K, Garrison, ofl Bronson. Fila.,
2-6w Register.
February 9, 1891.
Notice is hereby given tiat the following-
named settler lihas filed notice of his inten-
tioli to makc final proof in support of his
claim, and that said proof will be made be-
fore J. M. Bairco,- clerk circuit court at
lironson, Fla., onil April 7, 1891, viz:
SANiUEL A. AT'I'SON, of Ft. Fan-
riin. Fla.,
id.,11927 for the SWV Sec. 26 T. 10 S. K.
14 E.
lie names the following witnesses to
prove hil continuous residence upou and
cultivation of, said land. vi::'
G. W. Fletcher, J. L. Johnson, C. II.
Owen, Thos. F. ialoek, of' Ianniin, Fla.
14-Ow Register.
SFebrnuary 9, 189.1
Notice is hereby given that the following
-named settler lias filed notice of his inten-
tion to malke final proof in support of his
claim, and thaint said proof will be mgde be-
fore J. 31. Barco, clerk of Circuit COurl at
Bronsso, l'la., onil April 7, 1891, viz
ALEX. MILLER, ofL Archer, Fla.
lid. 7453 for the NY of Lot 10 See, 10 T. 12
S. .. 18 IE,
lie names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon, and
cultivation 'of, said laud, viz:
Abramni .pikes. Ma:rcuts Ellis. A. G. Days
and Lawrence Gibson, ofArcher,i IIa.
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togrew l .Derpet vltoiof thi-onl.ul-u toihttire,. c e tieuseud NA'tAT l obeI. I lT5TOIV. lterentiop oothd torllroerlce

-e tit e e o or tc -m liarKtein t. ri, t i.,le. t .mii e l ti o in,.,, eo, icosaf
ram heo I l oirS r i.t liuiding, f liuollo 1r1cst1ou o ilt of whi l v b a o p ly in terestingi, hinr epd itd
,b- ce oltea adhiog to lull ,) I.A Toeti r tnoet.a C eeilnpoainhl l eoacomplete law
hook. oueaerveniryo mriuii'how-tie- rtaIth ou"wrI,*arid
S. 1 o eli 'la f.-rs.Ihih on w lle l i tilrWlll i ttee roeltoc cuoulloi tvero sIl op tue t e oro lw.
n h leo t i till rno tii r t d eii h t pu she o the mEe SA ol thin ale wM ai
e direroet u rlerl ni Httig tom re n, lun r tellr h haea era lt Ldht iIorI ll inl traho-in
- site ecokhooIscl d;nf. t itnioc l iii, et',iori el lili illen jd i ubjectto o itlgh o lio, ilt),ll zium roun torsiil ut nl m, docurmeiUie.
t o ti nell eeo'-r e p deior t o e tiglliun ;le it c ti h hok lletig lult rloluib uegorth i tocl ofr
inllaroll..ti en" eeV v i bll l se the Manu l M I lo n 1 comleutrint four h ol -
,tlel- w alo s tir e tI eari fur-the dohi rnieo it on e iri oc.ur l, ot e ln gle- n i, ot0, ic i lruoud e s oo l au, copter. ed, tuo, I tllitod
ork, ih aininrcit 1 i, tc lion i l, a to iinig he o h to qu e enl i e to aio an et r er.
er e" anep1tow iii thek tolie s. tloolo too otr tlit g y le T WoIh l Sl OF ta L iE SEA rel le oir de inipred toe
ip -ee ntr ol h ll thue .4 o iielano i do, cti,, hiar.l rlmaIIte ihe illiny wo er f or id hehallfil t hlo.g itntlld ,t
M.IjCAL,m m ny i dlor rt Iew dodla r I ile lie cured wise peon! di s c, crat ie bio.g e to, ow.
pctIiltlVily teeter, pA esooo ti' (hrok tlirgirlth colcohle STATISTI eAL AND oIIICcLTlANEOt S. Hrointl
q efortetoc heretino iito sd. It i tell, here to cure, yi r eIli ile lsooivlll it oolot o tdiourt o f lite fosi l dilttreotloe olfrouretloi,

I reu t Ihliomc l rened olle ieell tile o rvuble li every oh n o wi ch popi O el of A e ltc, anr eno
1I-i- ea1 :d -l ipcO-lt tht Os o eor i Gr, pM d.t..noti lpteit tutilliig ou ltion of tlo oiititeiists of ihto 5ta0te cud Tornitoriec,. 50
e-n. i d c ante mr el0l llolltr o o f w ll ii cwtnity hot o e o Ith. 1 rl a loofo Toi trie o f l exlMti w. lit on tI lpl
S h nlly o te d hii drllll l so d t leatl. rn ive s "re i dotir vuat one os ninxy y url, prons del th oera t
P r NVENTION ANIn )f scr aOVir it, t rl iter. ralad derpe oill Ilee so antllocea height of titoontoeia'
-i ,. "deen ttoter I of grelt it git'l" i hu .lluiniadhg nho Stcam l c o ion of theg all o nd velocity of t odleenatitr llteht o l eai-
Uw l les. tile~e tenrntiip.t Itre lrtotog ireo.r tuii ElectrI c Lin et l ottit. cowers aitd etructrer dicisoone frop e Wead nsh ton, elane
W ". hiolr i iolom teloitleliho e, tr Tpll e W t lito r the Tii from New York. nrt t point ro logo t of ds.
prestteg lter e u o itt. il tt int)ote Ito ual p i ire. uteray a nd t rogressp luirirla ndo elut of Amcrlot u S wu tho.
hat. 'fIt lleD'S wok N Elol. Graphie liebceptiooo,
ti,, w l I ai o'nv)ratl orn l d 00 rbil ll ni d lnpie en tei oamor u grdi ion t alcl errure, uulet. f or e olli p ,
SV lle yt o rsi rys n ol, t1i 9. A.o in c Vesor o, ii n of ti e wed, i f t o atsa h torogeiy of

Jiidge, c. B hy it ateci aln l 'it klnn oaioe.tc.,hninwtork.li.ep optrtlla nb ftflomr liable iam tutar iueoto gC opaih l cd ol
i hr eanet d, ythla i on tt ellsew t0 ( if 1 0 word offil inne pens, ft of the Apun tl
RAV l ~. Der pte.prufely c l lbc treated, or the life, o tatieti> ef the glohe I ura dtic goarrun.tI of t hi e wordi etc>,
'* \ v10a lre, ulble poe lir fore, nitei e ceios s o frl lne t. the etc. a on
'nm li o e boon iie futmm oryflli ntiente eoiy e ile of what a rear bly Itt etig intru e vpe and
'w'uaI"e' i w',rk titheno l oi CvLona in mray ha gelned, yet but a efr ortosni part of the ntpics troetio in
this gat wor k ite oti nume.I. It a a vast ter it o uefu l and entoanining knwl odg-un >estian.
M 0 0-by .... ablyone otcite lre ottil titvaihablIk n ev ferpiubilnledin anylandoerl.' Rloite Nuotocotttrildbewit'h-

*t'i IIn woft hilltanl eatnvroatiun, iytho farmer ad iiosoewlfa tmn theio di|iy duties antilpursuits, and fourcon-

; >i special ai'rrngeen lltwithithe publisher or the Mainlnoth Cyciopncelil,
W .it enabled toigh makle vto OOIi ustioadbe s r and cdtse th d e follow ing extilon l-
dlngaryr offerla: iVe will send e Maniniioth Cretold ina, complete ing fou lr otl-
inles, as above dscribed, alt jTp stage irreeiaie- also Tit Lyc:vY ll -..o-

thai outI'regular subseri;lllon pri1e, so thlt, tu tolipacticalln get this olargt and
va i'lualeh wxork for the tifli sni 50 es. Tis s a el. offer, a won-
Terfu l Iac-1ain, aidd it is ,1au loleasli re to i s to be eniabtled to iWaltttr' ourp traders
largely itii.ti'ltle o'ur rh'irilation, PlenY. teiWoll dtl Vlile. friends that they en))i get
EF5i" Mamumroth Cycloftedia in foit' volnes, wi i a"ear's snbscrlipthl) to ori pt-
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,it'ed who :i~iie itip'awill rbeeive the 21 a in ninth C quollftita at olie, an id
iheh will lbe exth'ndettisil Velt' fioiiit date it exih'itltoi. t.lihe
"lainl1ot ii eloptedia will also he g-it'eli'free to ati'e olne sending us a tshftili or
tvo r'earll subscribers lo n thIP om''. e.Idh-eofw itnl let retti n
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For Blood and Skin Dis-
eases; Kidney & Bladder
Troubles; Indigestion.
For two years I suffered greatly with Blood Poi-
son and a general breaking down of health. I tried
every remedy that I could hear of without any
benefit, until I began to take your remedy. I wag
then soon restored to my usual good health, and
am under lasting obligations to Wooldridge's Won-
derful Cure. It was the only thing that did me any
good at all. B. f. DEWBEIIRY.
Columbus. Ga., March 14,1885. -
DEARSR:; Having given your Wooldrldge'sWon-
derful Cure a thorough trial, I can cheerfully ree-
ommnendIttoall suffering with Liver troubles. It
has done me more good than a barrel of so-called
remedies, and I feel like a new man. I pronoTnce
it the true and only elixir of life.
_Yurs very grateftlully, A. W. BETLY.

Birminghamn, Ala., Oct. a11, 1I555. At I t'st t!e .'rrible heights were scaled:
Manufactured by Wooldridre Wonderful Cure o., Alone on the desolate peale stood he.
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS. It tihe uniu-uent of triumph his courage failed,
Amd his tart turned valleyward longingly
O, to hear the voict of friends again., -
S- r cTo cl.xp a hand that was warm;n and true.
fl 'j t0 love and be ioved, and to shu'e with inen
S' 1 Te little joys that the valley knew
S- letter the valley with peace and love
J T Than tho desolate height soine souls attain.
l. :. l onlyey is Ufe on the hiuls above
SThe valley lands and thu sunny, plai.
.e-, 2 my- wi Wi. I what is fame to lover Can it satisfy
.* The longing and lonely hearts of ament?
S '. L On the heights they must huiger and starve and
S- ay -~- -" -'a -- die.
.'. .& Come back to the valley of peace again.
". -Ebeu E. Iteiford.
,., *.. ,. Preserving Fa-rices from Decay.
A oe aclgian clemist has. according
..:', i Fleah Producer. to The 'extile Manuufacturer, discov-
ered a means for reulderinig fabrics, no
Many have gained one pound matter lowdelicatoin texture or color,
par day by its use. proof against the ravages of decay.
Seco't's E inlsia is not a sacret Tlie wno fiifiul site of preservation
remedy. 1t conI.ins tLa stimulat- which tie ltoe l bands of Elyvptiall
ing properties of the HIypoplios- inummit.'s exhibit is due to their '.hav
whites and nure Norwes-lan Cod itg been, i.iapureg:lated with a kind of
Liver Oil, the potency of boih rsin, lThs led )thei ilventor to mt!ke
eivr 1-i,, t a" po.,; certain exp.rimuenLs with thesubstanice
beingmlargelyincreased. It is used extracted fimn birch bark, to which
by Physicians all over tlo w-orld. the pieculiiar ;i.oita of l.ussian leetlher
pAL ATA "' ,- -.. ,- is due, .and hie found out tlihat the
od b, A green t.'- which was left over after the
...oil used jio tan.1s itg had beetin extracted
800TT ^& x E ? ;: c;- ;:;-. a- Y. te from the white balk of the birch tree
-.-.... yields neither acid nor alkaloid, and
--'-'-'.. '", -7 ." Ltha t iIn oiution with alcohol it forms
..:-~ .- -,./ a liquid of rainuar'ab!te fluidity with
--.~'-- te power of resisting, when once
'f'- .-. -~-'- '-". '"--""* ''i dried, even tile action o' alcohol itself.
.. ... This substance will, it is said, unite
Swit the lilost delicaLe and b'uilliani
S'"-^ ', .' *2 [ ;. '. "'' -- Icolors, and rendtleri them itnperisiable.
,.' .-' -. .0., Sj,' Louist XIV ac.nde i ilz-iilon.
6-='- ; *-,' With ail his faults Louis XJV knew
'-' o' ow to conduct hliilself as a great
S' -.. king; anlonlg his other qualities he
.;' was a "itiwr of the art of paying
.- I noble cotupliieuts. On one occasion
--he stood at the top of the grand &aair-
'''".,. .'c *; 9 / case to receive the heroic Conde after
S .'-'- the battle of Senoeff, 1674. The price,
t $ in his ty- fourth year, was
-r- -:. -, i......'j troubled with gout. aud ascended the
:.-: -... ..- .. --. -A-S stairs slowly. When lie readied the
Lop lie apologized for keeping his ma
,rs, i-ili, i' ,yx-cty waiting so lo 1g. "My cousin,"

rIEATMENT BY, INILALATI :N gies; oue wiho is; ) laden with laurels
S. aas you are canulot move quickly.'" Inl
TRADE rll.R? ,s r SrT- anll interview with the celebrated
,.ir y','- preacherr, Massillio, Louis remarked
R^ STl h; IL %K I have beard niany great pireachers,
and the effect they produced on lme
;'' 'was that 1 felt thoroughly satisfied
.with them. Every time i heard you I
h~ ,have been dissatistied with myself."-
-,. cft.I:.'.5.'_." -t .t_ ,1.'0L)mix r's Journal.

WC20 Arch SEnor c. P'-, lira,. Pa.
For Consi0m111t 0o A i':l ; fiiii !' :,-I 'El.
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Sirs Staltrey &K r'ildfn'Bs oii-c r records
show over 5",000 enses in which their Com-
poullnd Oxyoen 'Trl'iatteit lel a l:een used l)y
IPhiYtei snS ill their practice ..,,1 I.. ii,. i.il;1
independently. UOv r u0(, ., -. ; .. ; l iI, .'
Drj ., I',', ir i .. rl,. liberty to
refer to the lollowinllg ilmill well-known
ptOl'i sos Wihave tried tills T'reat inelt.
lov. (s0 ood A. thirby, CoIil uttl.i.a, S. C.
Colone-l 'r. .11 Crews, editor Laurence-
ville Ihi raldl, Laiton0s S. (. ,
Rey. H11. F ...' .... tChester, S.C
liev.. Johu 1,. (., I i .* i., !OI iltlii 8 (C .
er. idi 11H Brow\ine, editor Cin'istiana
Nt- tullt:or, ('oIn)llli;La, S C.
ii, rs. W11n. f.. lIohnsltoio, 'p:trbnoo. N, C.
R1ev. S. P. P ic-lirdsa>n, Atlicns, iGa.
Johli J. Masqot. 1. 1).., D 'Colulmbu3,' Ga.
Rev WA. F. (Colok, 1). D., Augusta, Gia.
AirAs Elia R. Teinenlt liome 3Mlgazille,
Mlariettl G:t.
Rev. 1'. It. Kendall. la'l'an, (Gt.
lev. IV. A. Caudlter, t'resdtent Emoryy
Colle ,'e. ()x iord", ( a:.,
11 Ev. oy a;rit:-;t, 1), D., Cttl'IrCleIl,

for tthe first tilne. No oilier hiplper in St C ,
i r Itv. .osphus Aderson, D. D)., editor
this county is able-to mnlake subseril- Florida Chrihtian Adhtle, .epleura FIna.
ers tIhis offer, the Ti'txos-TDExtocAT-' N.IM. Boven>, editor Floridian Tallilutths-
hItving scciF r d the exclusive right to yIV. ,;lo.rdont, 1adison, i'n."c
clul with "iJudge's Library" for this W .If. ;lwrence, editor Chuilion View,
viiiitity. "Judge's Library" i a c"ti Jto hnAti. Greos.ry i "i n"- lallt., Ala
liOlithblv yInigazine of lull, the sub- Aliner Willilonus, OxioDr,. Ain:.
Scription p ice aloe is. $1.00. e I n IMoore, itontioniery, Ala
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It conltainl .32 plges f htiiisortous ihe Unitted bt;te.
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l ,Wl hOer tillso restored aml vitti'.liZd peo-
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f How to Eat' Grttpe Fruit.
When. the remedial virtues of the
grape fruit .-of Florida are as well
known as theyshould bek the fruit will
be used by that large class of people
who find something of a tonic nature
essential to their good'digestion. No
one can fail to benefit by eating ab or-
ange before broeaklfat every morning.
The grape fruit has all the good qua.i-
11-i of the orange in an increased da-
tce. Many people to whom I have
recolnutended the grape fruit. "the
quinine of fruits," some people call it,
have Oimplained that the fruit is bit-
ter to the taste. This is because they
do not know how to eat it. The envel-
ope of each section of the grape fruit,
which is after all but a variety of or.
ange, is very bitter. This should be re-
moved, anid the juicy part of the inte-
rior eaten only, anid, mny word for it, it
will be preferred to any other orange
ever tasted.-Dr. Robiuson in Globo-
Iteauty Sleop. -
The Rev. T. Lewis 0. Davies, in his
'Sl ppleinItarny English Glossary,"
describes "beauty sleep"rto be the sleep
before midnight, and gives the follow-
ing references to the useof the expres-
"Are you going? It is not late: not t0 o'clock
yet." "A medical u1an, v/ho tally be called up at
any momentoltt, tit umako sure of his beauty
sleep."-Kingsley, "Two Years Ago," chapter 15.
Would I please to remember that I had roused
him lup at night, and the quality always made a
point of paying oIeur t es over for a man's loss of
beauty sleep. 1 replied that his loss of beauty
sleep was rather improving to a man of so high a
complexion.-Blalcknmore. "Lorna Doone." chap-
tir 64.
Sleep before midnight is called
"beauty sleep" in North Lancashire.-
Notes uand Queries. "
Two ItInds of French.
An old lady in the department of the
Ardeche, from whom I and a fellow
traveler had been picking up some folk
lore, ventured the observation: "Par-
dio, but I should like to know why it
is that, though you spOak with mo the
same sort of French that others from
Paris talk, yet you seem to use an alto-
gether different kind of French when
you speak to each other.". She did not
seem to have the least idea- that there
was more than one language. Somo-
thing ver like it happened to us in
Spain.--Noes and Queries.
Lurtillono" lfmotlolo.
An escutcheon for a luminous key-
hole Ihas been designed which will be
especially conlvenlielt on closets,
chests, ote., inl dark places, and also to
the jeunesse doreewho have lingered
at. the club. The escutcheon carrying
the keyhole is formed of glass, and has
a coleavo or recessed back, to whichli
is applied a coat ouf phosphorescett
pairt.-Now York Ooaumercial Advr-

C ~

. hIt. M-Ii;-IoaT AND "T i. VALL-Y.
I'1 stood in the valley with eager eyes
t omind i.to the peaks where theo sunllshin lay
'O,fO1' ,1.' heights that are near t he siies,
'T i ;ior-i'm ibv,..i-ts that are far awayy"
Re crien.. aind ever his longing grew
To ciitb thre steeps till the he igiht wore won,
tid v.e;- a -Id twire-st broke through
Th'i daiahy tasks that must still be done,
't Itust be lonely on those far heights,"'
Said the friend he told of his wild desire.
'i-Etter te' valley of old delights;"
titl thlo heart, of tho tlreansr evi w s all on fire
With tn teilought of reac-hig the tilis 'fal'r,
And lie w 'tid not tarry with friends of old.
Butt followed the iltsh of ambition's star,
And eli'iibed up the anounhUtius bleak and cokLi
There were rocky places wb-ere feet must bleed;
Therte 'ere awful ch'alsits where dat.ner lay:
Through itgit,. of darknte.s sand days of nieel
Tow-arti: i.,*( paks lie longed forhe took his way.
A.Itnd nelarer. i'.ato'. the peaks of etow
E-ioh ilty lite cli'nber in rapture drew
torgettlfu tLe vallriy that lay below
Anid the tIilloy friends who were kind and true.

"*"LtW"" FOR SALtE CY ""

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L O". t S Arm
Every Machibe has a
-" '' drop leaf, fancy cover,
two large drawers, ,wvith-nickel rings, and full
set of Attachaitntj, equal to any Singer. Ma-
chine sold frotn $40 to $690 ly Canvassers,
Fhe Iligh Arm Ma.lhine hias a self-setting nee-
dle andi sclf-threadin. slnttle. A trial in yoUt
home bef re rayntciit t-i, as ed.. Buy direct ot
the Manu-itufcltrcr-s ai :t\e agents profits be
sides gelling e (rltietr!es of xarrantlee for five
years. Seoni for tnachiine ith name of a business
man as ref-r-nce anitd wek ili si!) one at onc
Co-Ooirativa Sewing Machlne Co.,
269 S. 9.ih St., Phli'delphlia, Pa.
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