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: April 2, 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
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Succeeded by: Levy County news the Levy times-Democrat

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VOL. IX. NO 17.

The Times-Democrat.

County Judge-Ben Friedman.
Clerk Circuit Court-J, M. Barco.
Sheriff-W. 1. Binl iam.
Oollector-W, I1. Anderson.
Assessor-T. J. Prevalt.
Treasurer--T. W- Shands.
Supt. of Schools-S. Philips.
Governor-F. P. Fleming, Tallahassee.
Secretary of State--John L. Crawford,
Attorney General-W. B. Lamar -Mouti
Treasurer-F. J. Pons, Sanderson.
Commiseloner of Lands-L. B. Womb-
well, Tallahassee.
Comptroller-W. D. Barnes, Tallahassee.
Adjutant-General-David Lang, Cedar
supt. of Public Instruction-A. J. Rus-
sell, Tallahassee
Spreine Couxt-A. E. 3Maxwell, Chief
Justice; Gee. P. Rane HL. Mitchell,
J n'le~: R. W. Wilson, Clerk, Tallahassee.
'r.'rui.i Court, Fifth Judicial Circuit-J,
J. Finlv.Tul,. ').-la; State's Attoruey.
W. L. \Vi-:z, l.I.luka.
tRegister- Alex Lyncln.
Receiver-V. J. Shipman.
Surveyor-General- W. D. Bloxham, Tal-

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Practice in all courts, office in TimES-
DEMOc(RAT building.

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Blacksmiits, Gunsmiths

W ile lrilhts

Are prepared to do ay and alt kinds
Such as Repiairing BUGGIES WAGON
Plows, Etc., at short notice.r
l"wWagon maki:ig a specialty.

EB=,03TSO3T, FLA__
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Keeps on lhand a general assortinen
of Ladis', Misses' and Childrenus
of the latest styles. Also a full lin

The Times-Democrat three' months
for only 25 cents.
The American Farmer is just the
periodical for out farmer friends. It
is a splendid niagazine devoted to the
larm and farming. The subscription
price is 6ne dollar per year, but don't
forget that we send it to you FREE !

FARM AND 110H USEOLD, rides. The mule does much hard
work, but all the money gained by the
-- mule's hard work the man appro-
FA RMERS' ALLIANCE DIREC- priates to himself. The mule liyes
TORY. roughly, is fed in a trough and sleeps
on the ground or a little straw. The
man eats at-a table and sleeps -in a
LEVY COUNTY ALLIANCE. arm bed. The mule is a useful
President-C. W. McElroy, Judson. animal to the man.
SSecretary-J. Cox, Bronson. The farmer is stronger than themo-
SUB-ALLIANCES. nopolist. Though the farmer is much
Bronson--D. U. Marstellar, presi- stronger than the monopolist, the mo-
dent; O. Richardson, secretary. nopolist manages him for his own pur-
Blitch-W. H. 11. Blitch. president; pose. He puts a bridle, called loyalty
N. B. Plummet, secretary. to party, in his .mouth, and a saddle
Cow Pen Seat-C. D. Craig, pres. on his back and rides him where he
Ellzey-C. D. Parkenson, prues.; wills. He puts harness made of press
Isham Thlornton, sec.
Iron Sink-Louis Appel, pres.; J. judice on the farmer, and by making
L. Barrow, sec. speeches to him, and giving-him plenty
Johnlson--W. IH. Stephens, press ; of taffy, induces him to walk and draw
L. E. Johnson, sec. a monopolist carriage.. The farmer
Liberty-J. L. Curry, pres.; Wm. does minch hard work, but the money
Watts, sec. gained by the farmer's work the- mo-
Orange Hill-lion.. N. A. -Blitch, nopolist appropriates to himself. The
pres.; Geo. W. W.illia, '-'.. farmer has become poor, and lives
Pine Level-,1. 1'. All.., pros.; J. roughly on a mortgaged farm, and
Durrsncn, i'": Leats plain food from delf and tin
Riverside-J. IA. Love, pres.; G. ates, d es on.a straw bed.
W. Fletcher, sec. plte d epsraw bed
Rocky lammnnock-S. I. Worthing- 'he farmers very useful to the mo-
lon, press ; W. G. iHudsou, see. nopolist. ,
Privilege-S Walker, pres..; D. M,)ral: Th,e % ho do not use their
S. Walker, sec. brainin fu.r tlieemniclv must use their
Shell'Poud- muscles for soumel"oly else.-Indiana
Union-Isatic II. Swindal, pres,; Me.s.enger.
Miss Julia Smith, see.
Way Key-John B. Sinith, press : "0 ;' l'j ib' Truck. Fa.ims. -1
J. H.-Davies. sec. -. ha -Th ce
m ,I.tami1e*hc,lalb- e ?e
made 1),li a bullet
JAMES M. BARCO, ErDITOR. rm[l i h. for the first
.. .. "tAry-of the country, has
When, Where and How to tPlait )y The ntf .he county, has
-, s ," The ub ,t ,: a census il'u
C. assava. rd begin Tues s are co
rl i, t i-- .1 I ~ *" SlatiltitC$ are com-
Chas. f.'May, of Eustis, answers tLeii. the Baptist 1 h v
.. n /,r "r' nL m*wh hnave been
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te h Farmer and -Fruit-G.rom er:

When do I plant cassava?
I From December to the first of May,
and eyen later if the stalks are large;
in fact, since the roots will remain in
the ground for years and continue to
increase in size, it matters but little
when it is planted in South Florida.
The above specified time is the best
where the frost kills the tops.
How do I plant it?
Thoroughly pulverize the soil not
more than four inches deep; plant in
squares four and a half feet apart. If'
tlIe soil is rich, five feet; if poor, only
four feet apart each way.,
What kind of fertilizer and how
The following formula will be found
good tor pine land: Ammonia, 4 to 5
percent.; potash, 2 to 4 per cent.;
phosphoric acid, 12 to 15 per cent.
trom two to four hundred pounds per
acre, according to quality, will keep
the fertilityfof the soil up.
Where do I plant?
Anywhere that is not too wet, white
sand scrub excepted.
When do I harvest it?
Just when wanted to feed or cat or
not more than forty-eight hours before;
the roots will not keep out of the
ground. If buried immediately they
will keep longer.
Is it profitable to raise?
Yes,'decidedly. I have been feed
ing from one-fourth to whole rations,
the product of nine months' growth of
one acre, tofifteen hogs. fifty hens (in-
cluding the "big red rooster"), two
mules, six ordinary mortals .and two
Yankees for four months.
Do I keep it for sale?
No, not the roots. As for the seedl
stalks-well, thank you, I don't care
to have the valuable information given
above go into the waste basket, so I
will ask you to wait your turn and I
will send you a postal card as soon as
Uncle Sam has time to print some

The mule is stronger than the man.
Though the mule is stronger than the
man, the man manages the mule for
his own purposes. lie puts a bridle
on him and a saddle and rides on his
back. He puts harness made of leath-
er on the mule and by speaking to
him and giving him plenty of licks,
induces him to walk and pull a wagon,
while the.man gets into the wagon and

Truck farming is considered in this
report is distinct from market garden-
ing. The former is carried on in
favored localities at a distance from
the market, water and rail tianspor,
station being necessary, while the lats
ter is conducted near local markets,
the grower of vegetables using his
own team for transporting his products
direct either to the retailer or con-
Upward of $100,000,000 in invest-
ed in this industry, the annual pro,
ducts reaching the value of $76,507,-
155 on the farms, after paying freights
and commissions, and realized upon
534,440 acres of land. There are em-
ployed in this industry 216,765 men,
9,254, women and 14,874 children,
aided by 75,866 horses and mules and
$8,981,206,70 worth of implements.
The Nortolk district, embracing 45,-
3'5, acres, shipped products, valued
at $7,692,859; the South Atlantic dis-
trict, 111,741 acres, products, $13,183,-
'516; the Mississippi valley,- 36,178
acres, prod ucts, $4,979,783."
Yearly 75 per cent, of the truck
produced in the United States comes
from a belt of country along the At-
lantic coast lying east of a line drawn
from Agusta, Me., to Macon, Ga.;
from southern Georgia, Alabama and
Florida; along the north and the south
lines of railroad in the Mississippi
valley from the Gulf to Chicago, St.
Louis amd Kansas City, and from
the celery districts of Michigan and
Ohio. More or less truck, however,
is produced in all the states.
The following table shows total
acreage of the leading vegetables
grown upon the truck farms of the
United States; Asparagus 37,979,
beans (string or snap) 12,687, cabbage
77,094, kale 2,963, spinach 20,195,
Irish potatoes 28,046, beets 2,420,
celery 15,381, cuqumberm 4,721, water-
melons 114,381, other melons 28,477,
peas 56,162, sweet potatoes 28,682,
tomatoes 22,802 miscellaneous vegeta,
blues 82,601.

For years the editor of the Bur-
lington Junctin, (Mo.,) Post, has been
subject to cramp colic or fits of
indigestion, which prostrated him fbr
several hours and unfitted him tor
business for two or three days. For
the past year lie has been using Cham-
berlain's Colic, Choleri and Diar-
rhoea Remedy whenever occasion
required, and it has invariably given
him ronnnm t relief 25 and 50 cent

ot the Proper Caper.
One day a peasant carried a bas-
ket of potatoes to the field and dug
holes in the soil and planted them,
says the Detroit Free Press. His
young-son watched the operations for
a time and then inquired:
"Pop, why do you put those 'taters
in the ground?"
"B so doing each one. will bring
me hiak ten," replied the father.
The boy went away and when his
father came up to dinner he found, him
digging in the yard and asked:
"Sonny what are you seeking for?"
"Why, pop, I have planted the clock,
the bootjack, two umbrellas, the tea
pot, your Sunday hat, ma's shoes and
a tablecloth, and each one will bring
me back ten."
"Yi,4 young idiot, come out and be
paraly ed,"' shouted the father, and
he tanned that boy up and down and
crosswise and sidewise until the supply
of peashtree limbs gave out, "Pop
planted 'taters to get back ten," mused
the bo., as he sat down under khe low
shed to think, "but I planted clocks
and hats and shoes to get a licking.
It must be the difference in the soil."

Deafness Can't be Cured
by local applications, as they cannot
reach the diseased portion of the car.
There is only one way to cure deaf-
ness, and that is by constitutional
remedies. Deafness is caused by an
inflamed condition of the mucous liin-
ing of the Eustachian Tube. When
the tube gets inflamed you have a
rumbling sound or imperfect hearing,
and when it is entirelyeclosed, deaf-
ness is the result, and unless the in-
flammation can be taken out and this
tube restored to it nm.rmal condition,
hearing will be 'dltr,. ed forever;
nine cases out o0 ten are caused by
catarrh, which is nothing but an in-
flamed condition of the mucous sur-
We will give one hundred dollars
for any case of deafness (caused by
catarrh) that we cannot cure by tak-
Halls Catarrh Cure. Send for circu-
lars, free. F. J. CHENEY & CO.,
Toiedo, 0.
Sold by druggists, 75 cents.

e 77a. 1.n -:Anina Ne'wsnpaper

MORAL. Sfa c..iilitms.
An I the next fall, when the father The decision of the United Stafes
cut du :i his corn stalks to save them, court o interesting
and te son cut down the uant courtnthese subjects are interesting:
itfihes ,,r thu amne object, he gotlidk- 1. Subscribers who do not give exs
a agalu. press notice to the contrary are con-
sidered as wishing to renew their
fOL -L ORE AND FOLK-GURE subscription.
?.n o'" 'he scientists who make a 2. If subscribers order the discon-
specialty of' folik lore have lately been tinuance of their periodicals the pub-
r alliado inquiries about the malady lisher may continue to send them un-
.,'~hich the country people called spring til all. aearages are paid.
-ft" Jt is a genuine maladly, though 3. If subscribers ueglect or refuse to
n. rema le tha scise.ntitn ae their periiodicals from the post-
it sh tb Ike ce to which they are directed, they
Scie' possible until tby have set-
of th er bills and ordrle-e them dis.
t h e'o ited. .
tc o r im' 6._ 4., Itf subscribers move.- to t aae
run\ fjsensc out oftheir system, by places without informing publisher,
mean-b c that more subtle scientist and the papers are sent to the forms
and, folk-curest-S.S. S. This is par, mer address, they are held responsi-
ticularly necessary, since spring fever bte.
leave rthe system in such a condition 5. The courts have decided that re-
that it succumbs readily to 'diseases fusing to take periodicals from the
that are more dangerous and less easily office or refusing and leaving them
controlled. S.S. S. is a preventive as uncalled for, is prima faie evidence
well as a remedy. of intentional fraud.
6, If subscribers pay in advance,
No man can live wrong and die they are bound to give notice at the
happy. end of time if they do not wish to eon.
For a number of years I have been tinue taking it; otherwise the publish.
For a number of years I have been er is Iauthorized to send it, and the
subject to violent attacks of inflamma- subscriber will be responsible until
tory rheumatism which generally lasted an express notice, with payment of all
about two months. On the first- of arrearages, is sent to the publisher.
this month I was attacked in the knee
and suffered'severely for two days, Remarkable rescue.
when I procured a bottle of Chamber- Mrs. Michael Curtain, Plainfield,
"Ill., makes the statement that she
'lain'sPain Balm and it relieved me caught cold, which settled on her
almost instantly. I therefore most lungs; she was treated for a month
cheerfully recommend it to.those who by her family physician, but grew
v worse. Uc told her she was a hope-
are similarly afflicted everywhere.- less victim of consumption and that
R. D. Whitley, Martindale, N. C., no medicine could cure her. Hecr
Feb. 1888, Mr..Whitley is a very druggist suggested Dr. King's New
Discovery for Consumption ; she
prominent man in this place and his bought a bottle and to her delight
disease was very widely known ashe found herself benefited from the first
suffered uchp severe pain. IW.M. dose. She continued its use and after
eed uhi taking ten bottles found herself sound
Houston & Co., Merchants, Martin- and well, now does her own house-
dale, N. C. 50 cent bottles for sale worli and is as well as she ever was.-
SJ. Jackon & S, Bo Free trial bottles of this Great Discov-
by J.. Jackson & Son, er at BJ. r.T.onson; .n drug store.
and W. C. Andrews, Archer. Large bottles 0c. aind $1.00.

If the heart is rotten how an the -Farmer Brown-"I say, Jenkins,
life be pure? why are you laughing so heartily?"
Jenkins--Why, I've been to town,
llppy Iloosters. paid my subscription one year in ads
Wmin. Timmons, postmtster of Ida- vance for the LEVY TIMES-DEMO-
vile, Ind., writes: "Electric Bitters CRAT, and the Editor felt so good lihe
has done more for inme than all olher has given me one year's subscription
medicines combined, for that had free to that great farm paper pub-
teelin g arising troat kidney and liver listed at Fort Wayne, Ind., called the
troiible." Joh Leslie, froimcit and Ameican Farmer.
Rtckmmimn, oit'sampe lflacc, says: Fi1 dAmericanFarmer."
Electric Bitters to be the best kidleyL Farmer Brown-"Is that so? Reck-
and liver medicine; rnade me feel like on he will do the same by me. I will
a new mian." J. W. Gardttner, hard- go in to-day and subscribe."
wao nierchant, samine townl, Says
Electric Bitters is just the thing for a The TimessDemocrat three months
inan who is all run down and don't
care whether lie lives or dies; he for only 25 cents.
tound new stre ngth, goodi appetite,
anId feltjst lilke lie had a i ew lease
on life. Only 50c. a bottle, at J. lM.
Jackson's drug store.
Highest of all in Leavening Power.
Send to us for a copy of the Rural
call. The great literary and family

1tie opportunity of a lifetime-The
TIMES-DEiMOCRAT one year and a com-
plete set of Dickens' works for only
91 0" .

bottles for sale by J. M. Jackson &
Son, Bronson; and W. C. Andrews, The Times-Democrat three months
Archer. i for only 25 cents.

I The poet sings in dainty rhymes, /
Of summer days and sunny climes, f
Of beauteous maidenis, passing fair
'With witching smiles and n' in. hlir,
Till, near the end, y6u'rs apt to cs-
'Tis but an '"ad" for P. F. P.; .
that is, Pierce's Favor ie Prescrip.1ton,
the infallible and guaranteed rt--dly
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royal remedy, Dr. Pierce's FaR'ito
Prescriptiu, is but 81 a bottle, 'arid
money refnimed in every case if it
doesn't give satisfaction.+ See guar*
antee on bottle wrapper.,

People who think are the ones who -

Buicklen's Arnica Salve.
The best salve in the world for cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulceirs, Salt Rheum, -
Fever Sores, Tetter, Cha pped I-laiids, .
Chilblains, Corns, and 1 S:kin jp- -
tions, and positively cure, Pile oPno
pay required. It is guaranteect to _
give perfect satisfaction, or money.re
tunded. Price 25 cents per box. For
sale by J. M, Jackson, & Son.

No man works well who does not

The promptness and certainty of it's
cures have made Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy famous. It is intended e-
pecially for coughs, colds, croup and
whooping cough, and is the most -f-6 t.
fectual remedy Known for these dies-"
eases. 50 cent bottles for sale 'by J;
M. Jackson & Son, Bronson; and W.-- .
C. Andrews, Archer. .

,Pay up yqur back dues at this office
and -a year, in advance, and get a
.:ear's subscription to The Rural gC
without additional charge.

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, of later in%_
discretions, which lead to Preumatura
Decay, Consumption or Insanity;
should send for and read the "Book of
Life," giving particulars of a Home
"Cure. Sent (sealed) free, by 4tddress-"
ing Dr. Parker's Medical and Surgical'
Institute, 151 North Spxpce-t., Nash-
ville, Tenn, They guarantee a curang ^.
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
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.

We give with one year's subscrip-
tion to the TIMEs-DEMOCRAT your
choice of the following publications
for the price set opposite:
Rural Call .and TIMES-DEMOCRAT .... $1.00
American Farmer................ 1.00
Home Mnagazine.... ........... 1.25
Judge's Library, ................... .. 1.50
Demorest's Family Magazine......... 2.0
Dickens' Complete Works........... 1.60
Mammoth Cycloptedia ............. 1.50


--U. S. Gov't Report, Aug. z7, z88f



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

TIIUISDAY. April 2, 1891.

The legislature convenes Tuesday.

We sympathize with our North *rn
fripds who were snowed under on
Easker day. The heaviest snow storm
ia !>muy years visited a number of the
Northern States last week, and traffic.
was completely blocked.

The Bradley Fertilizer Company,
of Boston, Mass., are sending out, to
all applicants, a valuable illustrated
book entitled "Oranges and Vegetables
in Florida." We think our readers
would be profited by writing for a

It is important that Florida be well
represented at the World's Fair-not
by commissioners, principally, but by
the products of her soil and the ban.
diwork of her industrial skill. The
legislature might change the immigra-
tion fund into a World's Fair fund
to the advantage of the State.

The salaries and expenses of the
Railroad Commissioners for 1890 were
$9,184.02, and Comptroller Bloxham
recommends an appropriation for the
preseilt year of $7,500, and for 1892,
of $10,000. This moley had better
be saved to the tax payers of Florida,
and we hope the legislature will repeal
therailroad commission law.

'In 1884 there was no railroad corn-
.mission, no pensions, and.no board of
health, and the State tax was 3 mills.
In 1890, these three items cost the tax
payers the aggregate sum of $66,394.-
19. Criminal prosecutions in 1884
cost the State $173.12, and jurors and
witnesses cost $52,535.59. In 1890
these two items cost $72,482.97 and
$117,532.62 respectively. These are
Only a few of the causes of our present
high taxes, and it is incumbent upon
the.legislature to study this question
arid "lop off the branches."

Writing from C(nter Hill Flat, to
'T;ai-;Tm nion, "an intending sets
S tier" says: The Florida immigration
bureau is useless, as'far as doing any
good to immigration 'goes. It is only
worked for the benefit of land specu.
lators, Iam an immigrant recently
come for the purpose of homesteading
a grant, and for more than six months
I have been endeavoring to ,find out
where there is any United States land
open, but caunot get this information
either from the immigration bureau,
the land office or the board of agricul-
ture. Can you get this information
for me and oblige?" This is certainly
a very discouraging condition of af.
fairs, and the Times.Union will cers.
mainly make an effolbrt to do for this
mnn what the other agencies have
failed to do so far, apparently. If the
state bureau of immigration had "a
Sore ample fund at its disposal" it
would probably tell this man where
there is some government land open
for settlement.-Timess-lJion.

With the April number of "Godey'a
Lady's Book" is presented many at-
tractions. The two serial stories com-
menced in January number gain in in-
terest. "The Pride of the Whitting.
tons" byAdna A. Lighter, and"The
Filjeano Mystery" by Ada Marie Peck
S Numerous short stories, serials, poems,
Sand articles upon society, household,
fashion, etc., fill the. number. An 'ex-
cellent letter, telling of some of the do-
ings ot Washington society, is from the
pen of Margaret Spencer. As a whole
the April-number can'iot be beaten.
Godey's Lady's Book" is ahead as
a fashion journal. None of the fair
sex but what will appreciate the efforts
of the publishers in sending out such
a delightful number. They have
added a further attraction in offering
three current numbersfor twenty-five

cents, so every one can try and see
how they like the magazine. Godey
Publishing Co., Philadelphia, Pa.
Price, $2,00 per year.

side of the proposed immigration
scheme. '1ere is what it says of Floris
ida's ability to get along without that
two mill tax:
"The proposition to levy a two-mill
tax for immigration purposes does not
meet with universal favor by a great
de.l. Tlhe people are taxed enough
already, and there is a loud cry for
retrenchment. The whole object in
raising money for advertising Florida
is to make fat places for somebody.
Beyond this but little good will be
accomplished. There is but one
Florida, and that is already advertised
t.) the world. There is not a paper
published in the country, hardly, but
has o nething to say about Florida.
Her climate, her oranges, her phos-
phates, advertise themselves,.
Beyond creating new offices and
furnishing soft places for political
favoritess or pot houwe politicians
little or no good would be accomplish-
ed. It is high time that these leaks
in the Treasury were being stopped.
The people do not complain when
they see where their money is going,
but they will not be gulled into, drop-
ping it intoia rat hole. Let our law
makers go slow on this two mill tax
business, or the people will do some
kicking that won't be relished too

Itams from Lebanon.
March 25, 1891.
Correspondence Times-Democrat.
Uncle Will wants to know what has
become of tihe correspondents, and
thinks that I am making coops for my
chicks. No, Uncle Will, I want to
keep them to lay eggs to sell to the
railroad hands as they come through.
I wonder where Uncle Will has been.
I suppose he has been trying to 'raise
the price of cedar, or planting some of
that good seed corn, or snake hunting,
or trying to kill that large 'ga8&r.
I see a piece in the last ittue signed
"Progress," and I anree w itn him to a
certain extent. I have been conduct
ing a Sabbatth school for several ve
and the chest assistance I ever had",
been those from other states and couin-
tries. I received a nice letter the
other day from a brother in Penusyl-
vania, and he was lamenting that their
church was goingdown; no Sabbath
Ochlool, no preaching, and the gay
dance kept up.
Ienry Raulerson was a proud boy
a few days ago. He killed his first
deer, and the family of Mr. R. P. had
to sit up with him for awhile. But.
Henry did not forget to divide venisoiI
with the writer. ,
Our school is nearing the end, We
will have an examination, and pat the
big pot in the little one, scare the
chickens to death, bog them up in
rice, and give the children a nice din-
ner. Come down, Mr. Editor, it will
be on April 3d.
.r armers are penning cattle.
Health in the neighborhood is very
good.. Long life to the editor, and
success to the T.sD. G.

Chiefland Chips.
March 24, 1891.
Correspondence Times-Democrat.
Please allow us to write a few lines
to your paper.
We had a handkerchief entertain-
ment at the Widow Har"ee's, and $41
were raised for the purpose of buying
an organ for the Hardee church. All
present enjoVed themselves, especially
the ladies who waited on the tables.
We are going to have a barrel open-
ing at Hardee church on Easter eyen-
ing. There will be music and recita-
tions, and we expect an enjoyable
If Orange Blossom was not too late
to buy a handkerchief?
SWnat young man thought his parts
ners were old enough to go to supper
by thenimselves, and if he didn't get
left? .Never mind, Ginger Snap, you
don't get left every time.
What young lady had such a time
getting the locomotive through the
pasture gate.
What young lady gave her boquet
to a young man, and told her aunt
she lost it?
What young man went home with
a girl Friaay night and was ashamed
to own it, and if it wasn't the girl who
sings "Call Me Back Again" so much?
What young man likes to yisit Old
Town so well?
If the widow and widower enjoyed
their buggy ride much?
Who wanted to take a young lady
to Sunday school on Monday, and why
he did not sign his name to the note
he wrote her?

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Is hereby given that all administrators,
executors and guardians must makp their
annuaraccount with the County Judge of
Ievy county on or before the 1st day of
June in each and every year, as the law
directs, BN FRI EDM AN,
County Judge.
Laud Office at Gainesville, Fla..
MMarch 25, 1891.
-Notice is hereby given that the follow-
ing-named settler has tiled notice oehis in-
tention to make commutation proof in sup-
port of his claim, and that said proof will
lie made efore before register and Receiver at
Gainesville, Fla., on May 25, 1891, viz:
THOMAS BUTLER, of Barce, Fla.,
lId. 19695 for the NW See. 21 T. 14iS. R.
is E.
lie namn.es the following witnesses to
piove his continuous residence upon, and
cultivation of, said lar.d. viz:
Jeremiah Johnson, .1. M. Strawn' J. B.
Stanley, D. A. M. Armstrong, of Barco,
Alex. Lynch. Register.
Land Office at GAINESVILLa FLA.
March 25, 1891.
Notice is hereby given that the following-
nained settler has tiled notice of his inten-
lion to ma>ke final proof in support of his
claim, and that said proof will be made be-
fore .ludgi-, or in hi is absence clerk circuit
court at tronson, ila., on May 27,. 1891,
MARY A. STEPHENS, (nee Rees-
man,) of Lebanon, Fla.
Ild. 16372 for the N>y of SEP; SWY of SE
& SEY ofSWiV Sec. 24T. 15 S. It. 17 E.
lie names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon and
cultivation of said land, viz:
James Weeks, A. J. Turner, Geo. lIar-
greaves, Aaron Dyess, of Lebanon, Flita.
2-6w Register.
Land Office at Oainesville, Fla.,
March 18, 1891.
Notice is hereby given that the follow-
ing-named settler has liled notice of his in-
tention to make commutation proof in sup-
port ot'his claim, and that said proof will
be made before Register and Receiver at
Gainesville, Fla., on May 22, 1891, viz:
JOHN P. REDDICK, of Williston,
lid. 20294 for the Wy w of NW% Sec. 6 T. 14
S. R. 19 E.
lie names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon, and

Alex. Lynch, Rogister.
ALL persons holding claims against the
estate of Ira J. Carter, deceased, are
required to present them to the admilnis.
trator without delay and those indebted to
said estate are required to make settle-
ment with the undersigned.
N. R. CAUT'lEII, Admr.,
Estate of Ira J. Carter, Dleceased.

IIn ircuit Cl o1'i. 5th1 ,;id(licial Circuit
of Floridla, Levy County.
Elda Elbertson, I
C. S. Elbertson. D
Order to non-resident defendant to answer:
D UE proot having been tiled in my office
that tlhe defendant in their above'stated
cause is in the belief of the complainant
over twenty-one years of age, and his resi-
dence is unknown, it is ordered. that the
said defendant do appear, plead, answer or
deniur to tihe bill or complaint tiled in this
cause, o(in or before Monday the (th day of
April, A. 1)., 18)1, or the complainant's
bill will be taken as confessed andd a decree
pro eobnesso be entered uII) against him.
It is further ordered that this notice Ihe
published in the Levy Times-Democrat, a
newspaper published at Bronson, Levy
county, Florida, once a week for four con-
secutive weeks.
[Seal.] Clerk Circuit Court.
1H. B. Coulter, Compits. Sol'tr.
Bronson, Fia., 3lar-h 3, 1891.
N OTICE is lierobv given that on the 10th
day of April, A. I). 191, 1 shall apply
to the HIon. Ben Friedman, County Judge
of Levy county, Floriida, at Bronson, -for
authority to sill tue interest of thie minor
heirs of' S111eon Norborg. decreased. late of
tihe county of' Providrlcl. no iii -Intot ot
Rhode Island, in lthe hl.s c a.s;'il.d as
follows to-wit: NE quunrier of SE quarter
ofSec.2 iTp.i.11 S. R, 17 East containing
40 acrev nmore or less, aid lYin r and being
in the county of Levy and State of Flori la.
MINA NOI:ERiG. (,Guardian.
inchi .-6t Attorney.

-SIX months from--ftate of Lliai-. '51
V. vill I resent mIly linal i >
i..i i- a.. executor of the e
ard I1. millionss, late of Levy
ce I,, d, I, t'he non. Benjalini
Co,.lty v ludge or Levy county,
'be discharged as such executo
February 19,, 191l.
NOTICE 01l'-1.Nl{X
In County courtt I
Levy County, Florida. *
Where..,% I illei I" -LU
istrator d. ,.. iii, i'. n l,'_,-i:-. oTi. f .
Hlodges, late of Levy county deceased, has
filed in the office o the ('County Judge of
said county a written suggestion of the
insolvency of said estate;
notice is hereby given to all persons hav-
inig claimsnagainst said estate, of any na-
ture whatsoever, to file the same duly 'au-
thenticated, in the office of the County
Judge of said county on or before the 1st
Monday in May, A. ID.. 1891, the same
being the 4th day thereof, at which time
there will lie a pro rata payment to credi-
tors entitled thereto, and the administrator
discharged. BEN FRIEDMAN,
County Judge
This 3d day of October, A. D., 1890.

UTTNDER and by virtue of an execution
to me directed, issued out 0 thle Cir-
cuit Court of the 5th Judicial Circuit of
Florida for Levy county, in a rtain cause
wherein ,. A. Einstein, of Savannah, Ga.,
is Plaintiff, and Chas. T. Lowrie is defen-
dant, I have levied upon- and shall sell to
the highest and best bidder. for cash, in
front of.the court house door in the town
of Bronson, in said county, on the first
Monday in April, A. I., 1891, the same
being the 6th day of said month, witbin
the legal hours of sale, the following real
estate to-wit: All that certain lot, piece,
parcel or tract of lahd lying, situate and
being in the county of Levy and State of
Florida, and more pa1rticillarly described
as follows to-wit: The S1 of SEi4 of NW
1' ofSec. 22 Tp. 12 I. 18; also, comiene-
in, 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 thle lot.heretolbore conveyed to
Richard Powell; and from thence run
'west live hundred and thirty feet; thence
south six hundred and sixty feet to point
orbeginning, lying and being in the SEy,
of NWY, of See. 22 Tp. 12 Rt. 18 and con-
tainins 28 acres more or less, together with
all and singular the tenements, heredita-
ents and a ppurtenances theretnnto be-
longing or ill alnywise appertjining.
W. H. BIGHAM, Sheriff LCevy Co.
Henry B. Conilter, PI't'I's attorney.

NOTICE is hereby given that tI will, un-
der and by virtue of ain order to me
directed by lis Hon. Ben Friedman, county
Judge of Levy county, Florida, dated the.
Ist day of April, A. D.. 1891, on the first
Monday in May, A. I),, 1891, the same be-
ing legal sales day and the 4th day of said
month, during the legal hours of sale, be-
fore the court house door in Broneon, pro-
ceed to sell to the highest and best bidder
for cash;, all that lot, piece, pareel or tract
of land lying, situate and being in Levy
county, Florida, and more particularly de-
scrited on the public records as follows,
to-wit: TheEK ofSWV4 Sec. 16 Tp. 12 R.
16 East containing eighty v res more or
less. Sold as the lands "of the estate of
Ansel Walker, deceased. Purchaser to
pay lor titles.
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Time Card in Effect February 12, 1891.

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No. 3 No. 7 Southern Div'n. No. 8 No. 4 7 -lop 7 '0a lv Jiaxville nr 9 lSp 1 05p
6 10tp 10 Ila lv Fernandina ar 2 55p 9 41a in 15a 8 18a Iv laldwin lv 8 28p 12 01p
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10 35 i. 12 30lv Baldlwin lv It 1 0 a 5 4 8 1' 3 l9 par Qiuiy Iv 12 )8p 1 20a
11 37 1) 17par t5tarke v 11 4a 4i2a 10 (;a 4 51p ar RiverJluneIlv 12 1op 1201a
12 54a 2 2"p ar Hawthorne lv 10 41a 2 ';iSa 7 380p 10 1Op ar Pelstncolia .v 1 ion 6 30a
1 30a 2 0)p ar Citra Iv 10 15a 1 8a ...... 2 2.-a ar Moblile lv 7 p .....
...... 3 lpa mr Silver Si'gslv 5 45a .. ...- 7 Can ar N. Orleans lv 8 301 ...
2 21a 44p ar Ocala Iv 9 3.a 13a ...... 6 ia ar MiMotgomu'rv ar 7 3:p ......
...... 7 p ar omonsssa lv 700a .. ..... 7a ar Ioisvie v 120a ......
4 35,a 35Ip ar Leesburg lv 7 O9a li:.p .....6. ,52n ar ininnati lv 75 ......
5 25a 5 4p1 ar Tav.ares lv 7 ;t.a 95 .... 7 25p ar Si Louis Ilv 735t. ....
8 59ta 7011p ar Apopla IY 6 37a i 5p ...... 1130a ar Chicago lv 305p ......
9 45a 357 i")p ar Orlando lv i Sa (i lip
3 40a 4 411) lv Wildwood lv 8 38a 11 4,t) Monticello & Thomasville Limited.
5 l8a (6 07p) ar Ia(de City Iv 0 S 55a 9 4;p o. 5 Nio. II
(61 2.'3, 7 -2air P'i.it.J Ytl\t A5o S-- W '-n-7e- --'Vi-15p-; .:f -
7 45. 8 4)p ar T''ampIa lv 5 0a 7 30p 11 2.a ar Mlontiello, lv 3 59p
...... 1 43p ar Waldo lv 11 23a ..... .... a ar omsville lv 0 .....
. 2 31p ar Gainesville lvlit '0a 8 oop arMontrominery lv 7oot .....
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... 4 oSp ar C intinnati lv 11 ooa ......
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4 15p 9.30alv Jaxville ar 85ia r215)p o N .
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State of Florida,) In County Judge's State of Florida,)
County of Levy. f Court. County of Levy.f
To J. C. nopkins:- In the ,County Judge's Court for Levy
"7'tOU tre hereby not ilid that a wilt ol County, Florida.
attIachuellint has teen issued against To P. P, Hinckle:-
yon. and your property attached to satisfy OX U nre hereby notified that a writ of
the demand of J. A. and J. t. Einstein, 1J attachment has been issued against
aiiounting to $100A.%0. Now unless you you and your property attached to satisfy
shall appear before KHn Friedman, a Loun- the demand of J. H. Jakobie, amounting to
ty Judge in and for said county, at his of- $100.00 Now, unless you shall appearbe-
lice at roiison. Florida, on the 13th day of fore his Honor Ben 'Friedman, County
April A. 1) 1891, at tel) o'clock in the fore- Judge of Levy county, at his office at
noon, juidgent will be rendered against Bronson, on the 11th day of May A. D. 1891,
ol alind your property sold to pay the ait 10 o'clock in hetforeioon.j idgment will
debt. .be rendered against you and your property
)Dated this ith day of January A. D., sold to pay the debt.
1891. J.A. &'J. R. EINSTEIN, I This 12th day oflMarch, A.T). 16f91.
Plaintilts. I J. II. .JAKIBIE, Plaintiff,
Henry B. Coulter, PI't'fs attorney, i Henry 1, Coulter, l'!tfs. Atty.

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I Yesterday was allfbols day.
s Mr. C. C. Doke went to Gainesville
Willie Coulter has gone to White
Springs to attend school.
The grippe claimed 2,904 victims
-in Chicago in four weeks.
Church Directory. A log train engine ran off the track
Melothodis'tchlurech--Rv. W. S. Rich- at Albion Monday night.
ardson, pastor. Preachiig the lirst Mrs. H. S. Sutton returned from a
Sunday in each month, at 11 a. in.
and 7 p. nI. a visit to Fernandina Saturday, ac-
Sabbath school every Suniday at 3 companies by Mrs. S. H. Jones.
p. in ; Dr. J. M. jackson. Ww., super-
inleindeil. Mrs.E. F. Wannamaker, who has

Baptist church--Rev. liobt. Keilh,
pastor. Preao.iiin (lie third Snn-
day in each month, at 11 a. iii. iind 7
p. m.i
Sabbath school every Sunday at 10
a. Im.; O. J. Farmer, superintendent.
Evangelical church-Rev. J. L.
Guinther, pastor, preaches every see-
ond Sunday. I)r. S. Bean preaches
every lourlii Sunday. liours: 11 a.
Di. and 7 ). in.
Sabbath school every Sunday at 10
a. In.; Dr. S. Bean, snperinti.edent.

April 2.
Easter was a lovely day.
All fool's day passed quietly.
The Bronson colored school closed
last Friday.
March went out like it came in-
with a blow.
The season of picnics and redbugs
draweth nigh.
Mr. Thos. Tillis, of Levyville, spent
last Friday in Bronson.
,Mr. G. M. Yancey has opened a
summer school at Iron Sink.
Mr. G. W. Hillyer, of Ellzey, was
in town Saturday on business.
The whistle of the ray train is
pleasing to the average railroad man..
Parasiticide cures itch in 30 min
utes. Price 50c. Sold by J. B. Coarsey.
Mrs. Qeiger, of Archer, has been
visiting Mrs. 0. C., Tousey this week.
Levy county has thirteen disabled
soldiers receiving pensions from the
Chunky Pond is the fisherman's
paradise. tea-pound trout are nun
Mr. C, M. Jacobs, of Rosewood, re,
turned Friday from a visit to Jack-
A sample of phosphate from the
land of J. C. Wright can be seen at
this office.
The Providence school opened on
the 23 ult., with Mr. Joseph Wilson,
Jr., teacher.
Rev. J. K. Sheffield, of Judson,
preached Sunday in the Baptist church
at Cudar Key.
Mr. Coarsey has fenced in the lot
by his store for-the accommodation of
the teams of his customers.
Who would not contribute ninety
cents toward the building of a new
court house for Levy county?
Orange Hill. is to have a three
months' private school, Mr. J. R.
Willis having been employed to teach.
A heavy rain fell last Thursday
night, and a number of fences between
here a Levyville were wrecked by the
A gay party of young folks from
Bronson attended a social at the resi-
deuce of Mr. E. H. Brewer Friday

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.
Miss Berta Raulerson, of Waldo,
who was visiting Miss Leila Shands
last week, is now visiting Mrs. J. S,
turnerr, of Levyvilie.
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.
VWANTED.-The consent of 10,-
000 Smokers,-to send each a sample
lot of 150 "NICKEL" Cigars and a
20 year gold filled Watch, by Express
C. 0. D. $5.25 and allow examination.
HAVANA CIGAR Co., Winston, N. C.
Misses Madge and Edna Brewer,
daughters of Mr. E. II. Brewer, and
Miss Sue DeBrew have gone to Wlute
Springs to attend the Normal School.
We know at least six young men who
are very anxious to attend this school,
too. Eli, Will?

been visiting at Cedar Key, returned
to her home in Judson yesterday.
Mr. W. J. Thornton, Macon, Ga.,
says: I consider Bradycrotine the best
remedy for the Headache I have ever
Farewell, March; we are glad you
have taken your blustering presence
henceward. We will now look for
more settled weather.
Mr. A. Morrison, of Island Grove,
cne of our old-time friends, called on
us while in Brouson yesterday and
subscribed for the T.-D.
The song entitled "Home to my
Mlothei' in Heaven," will be published
for our little girl friend next week, and
we are sorry it has been delayed so
Miss Sallie Carter, of Levyville,
came to Bronson to attend the sacred
concert Sunday, and spent several
days with her friend Miss Claribel
Mrs. Caroline Lloyd, of .Long
Pond, mother of Mr. E. C. Wimberly,
of Gainesville, was reported danger.
ously ill last week, and her recovery
is hopeless.
Mr. L. J. Clyatt left Monday for
White Springs to attend the Normal
School and Business College. Levy
county is well represented at this pop-
ular institution.
The public school at Williston will
be run two or three months longer by
private subscription, and the Board
will be asked to give another month.
Mr. J. F. Williams is.teacher.
Miss Julia Smith, the ponular school
teacher at Old Station, attended the
Easter services at the Baptist church
Sunday. lHer sister, Miss Myra, of
Fairbanks, is visiting her.
We are eternally opposed to bar-
rooms, believing they do a community
incalculable harm, but we do not think
a people who haye petitioned for one

The sacred concert, given by Miss
Bain's music class at the laptist
church on Easter morning, was highly
enjoyed by the large audience present.
Visitors came in from many miles in
the country, and we think all were
very much gratified to observe the
wonderful progress made by the class,
and are ready to vote Miss Bain the
premium as a music teacher.
The church was most beautifully
decorated, the pulpit being covered
with roses, vines, Easter lilies, etc.
The following is the program:
Coronation ........... ........... Cliorus.
Prayer................ M r..r. J. Ml. Barco.
Nearer my God to Thee....... Cornet Solo.
Mr. Louis Stewart.
In the Cross of Christ we Glory. ... Duet.
Mrs. Reynolds and Miss Bain.
Not half has ever been told.......... Solo.
Miss Jessie Barco.
I will magnitvy Thee, Oh God ........Duet.
I r. Glisson and Miss Bain.
Address .................. ..... M Barco.
The old Sexton................. ... Solo.
Mr. Wiley Coarscy.
Song of Salvation..... Solo and Responses.
DIr. Jackson, Jr., and Mr. 0, J. Farminer.
Give mc the wings of Faith .. Solo & Clio.
Mr. F. B. Clyatt and Class,
Calvary .............................. Solo.
Mrs. Reynolds.
Where hast thou gleaned to-day..... Duet.
Mr. Denhiam and Miss Bain.
Nearer my God, to Thee......"...... Solo,
Mr, John Glisson.
Resurrection Song...................Solo.
Miss Bain.
Evening Solg.......... .... ...... Duet.
Mrs. Reynolds and Miss Bain. I
We do not feel competent to criti-
cise, but can truthfully say that all
the pieces were good and some of them
were exceptionally fine.
To Miss Bain is due much credit for
the patience and ability manifest in
the training of the class; also to Mrs,
Reynolds, the organist, who contrib-
uted in no small part to the success 01
the entertainment. The :adies and
gentlemen who contributed labor and
flowers to make the occasion a bright
one, also deserve much praise; and
finally, the entire class will accept the
thanks of the community for having
made this Easter a memorable one.
The new term of the music class will
begin Tuesday evening, April 7th, at
the Baptist church. All those i iihinug
oimn will *please come to the li ,t
lessons, as they are most importlut in
learning to read. Time of meeting,

Pine Point Paragraphs.
March 22, 1891.
Correspondence Times-Democrat.
As Tom Boy has been the only one
writing from this place, and now that
he has become an old married man

barroom can consistently oppose the and quiwr I wll gie you the
news this tune.
pestablishment of second.

Mr. John F. Jackson left last Fri-
day on an extended trip for health
and pleasure. Mr. Jackson expects
to go to Tallahassee when the legisla-
ture meets, and will see Mr. Call re-
elected to the U. S. Senate.
Mr. J. S, Sistrunk, of Elmwood,
called on us Tuesday and renewed his
subscription. Mr. Sistrunk thinks
that the bitter fight the land grabbers
and speculators are making on Senator
Call is enough to make every honest
man hope for his re-election.
The colored people of Bronson have
tLe name of being industrious and
peaceable, and the row that occurred
at their church on Sunday during a
funeral sermon, is condemned by their
best people. If people will fight they
ought not go to church to do it.
The young men of Bronson gave a
a social at the Central Hotel Tuesday
night, and some of Archer's prettiest
girls were present. Three barrels of
oysters played a prominent part in the
entertainment, and though the weather
was warm we have heard of no extra
work for the doctor.
During a funeral service at the col.
ored church Sunday, "Dr." Nasb. and
Richard Harris became involved in
an altercation, which resulted in the
latter being seriously cut with a knife.
Nash was placed in jail, and after the
preliminary trial before Judge Fried-
man Tuesday he was recommitted in
default of a five hundred dollar bond.
We learn that Mr. Faber will not
employ an agent here for some time,
but the whole business will be in the
hands of Mr. II. C. Schmidt, who has
been superintendent of the mill fromI
the time it was started, and who has
for several periods of time had charge
of the entire business, which he han-
dled with great credit to himself and
Mr. Faber.-C, K. Commercial.

Farmers have about finished plant,
ing their crops, and rain is plentiful.
Mr. James Cannon gave the young
people a party on the night of the 13.
Rev. Granville Wortnington will
preach at Pine Point school house on
the first Sunday in April. All are
invited to attend.
I wonder if Leo Simms would like
to be Florida Tison's son-in-law?
Also, if Get doesn't think there are
poor prospects here for him? Eh, Get?

Remember, every reader can get
The Rural Call a year free. See
offers elsewhere.

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The great "World's Fair Word Con-
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ig one ot the absorbing topics of the
day. A Free Trip to Europe and
$800.00 for expenses is offered to who-
ever constructs the largest number of
English words from letters contained
in the text. "The World's Fair."
Additional prizes, consisting of an U|1-
right Grand Piano, valued at $400,
Silver Tea-sets, Sewing Machines, and
many other useful and valuable ari
tickhs, will also be awarded in order of'
merit. A Special Prize of a 14 kt.
Gold Watch, valued at $50,00 will be
awarded to the girl or boy, under 6
years of age, sending in the largest
list. Everyone sending a list of not
less than 20 words will receive a prize.
As the winner of the first prize may
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is given. Send seven 2c. Stamps for
Complete Rules. Premium Catalogue
and a sample copy of the beautifully
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In case of ties on the largest list the
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Land t0111ce at Gainesville, Fla.,I
3Marhi 7, 1891. .
Notice is hereby given that the follow-
ing-n-nied settler has filed notice of his in-
tention to maKe tinaf proof in support of
his claim, and that said proof will be made '
efcfore J 31. Iarco, clerk circuit, court at
Bronson, Fla., on May 5, 1891, viz:
CHARLIE TYSON, of Levyyille,
Hd. 16012 for tie W Iu of SE quarter and
Ezl ofSW quarter oe, 24, T. 12 S. It. 14 E.
lie names thie following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon, and
cultivation of, said land, viz:
John L. Barrow, W. R. Horn, A. M. Ho.
gnu, John Ostien, of Levyville, Fla.
Alex. Lynch, Register.
Land Office at Gainesville, Fla.,(
3larch 7, 1891.
notice is hereby given that the follow-
ing-named settler has liled notice of his in-
teindon to make final proof in support of
his claim, and that said proof will he made
before J nnes 3M. Barco. clerk circuit court
at Bronson. Fla,, on May i6, 1891, viz:
WILLIAM P. McLEOD, of Levyvillc
lId. 10-1t3 for the E% of SE quarter and E.
} of NE quarter Sec. 12 T. 11 S. R. 14 E.
Ie names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon, and
cultivation of, said land, viz:
Marion Grillin. J. W. Wise, J. D. Dykes,
John W. Lock, oe Judson, Fla.
Alex. Lynch. Register.

March 7, 1891. l
Notice is hereby given thqt the following
named settler has tiled notice of his inten-
tion to make final proof in support of his
claim, and that said proof will be made
1)efore Register and Receiver at Gaines-
ville, Fl1., on May 11, 18S91, viz:
MORRIS JACKSON. of Archer, Fla.,
lid. 14217 for the SW,4 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 McKinney, Elbert MeKinney,
Nathan Ralls, January Mctlagan, of Ar-
cher, Fia.
Land Office at Gainesville, Fina.
March 7, 189)1.
Notice is hereby given that the following
named settler has filed notice of his inton-
tion to make tinal proof in support of his
claim, and that said proof will he made be-
lore J. 31. Baroo, clerk Circuit Court at
Brorson, Fla., on May 5, 918)1, viz:
JOHN K. GARRISON, of Bronson,
lid. 1604'4 for the NY of NEY Sec. 32 T. 11
S. R. 17 E.
ie names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon, and
cultivation of, said land, viz:
jivid Graham, Sr., W. F. Arnold, J. C.
.t, C. A. Hanson, of Brouson, Fla.
Alex. Lynch. Register.
LandOffice 11 i. fn.ii-ie lFl j.
i,' i hreby given that the f,:ll'.win
I s .'. I iI has filed notice of- his inten-
l .mk.ii .- commutation proof in support
U ..I.,,i,. and that-said proof will be
f .- ilit, Fla., on April 18, 1891, viz:
cher, Fla.,
IId. 20207 for the NEY Sec. 18T. 12 S. R. 18
names thle following witnesses to
i e his continuous residence upon and
ctmtivation of said land viz:
WV. J. Melonald, Charles McDonald, W.
H. Bigham, Geo. F. McDonald, of Archer,
Alex. Lynch, Register.

Land Office at Gainesville, Fla.,[
February 19 1891 C
Notice is hereby given that the following
named settler has tiled notice of his inten-
tiop to make commutation proof in support
of his'claim, anid that said proof will hbe
made before Register and Receiver at
Gainiesville, Fla., on April 2)0, 1891, viz :
DANIEL MOORE, of Williscon, Fla.
Ild. 19000 for the S. of N W% See. 34 T. 13
S. R. 18 E.
Ile names the following,witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon, and
cultivation of, said hlnd, viz:
Bloyd lieamer, T. It. Willis, J. N. Willis,
J. B. Epperson, of Williston, Fla.
Alex. Lynch, Register.
February 9, 1891. J
Notice is hereby given that tile following
named settler has tiled notice of his inten-
tion to make final proof in support of his
(clai n, and that said proof x ill be made be-
lore .hfd e, or in his absence, clerk circuit
court at lronson, Fin., on April oth, 1891,
CHAS. A. IIANSON, of Brouson,
lid. 10.12 for tile W of NWV iNnd W' of
SW '/ Sec. 22 T. 11 S. It. 17 E.
lie names the following wiTmesses to
prove his contini'ous residence upon and
cultivation of, said land, viz:
t. F. Miller, .1. II. Hller, J. C. Wright,
John K, Garrison, of Ilronson, Fin.
2-6Sw Reeister.
February 9, 1891.
Notice is hereby given that tile following-
namned settler hins tiled notice of his intem.
tinii to make final proof in support of his
ehtim, and that said proof will be made he-
fore J. (M. laico, clerk circuit court at
Bronson, Fla., on April 7, 1891, viz:
nin. Fla.,
lid. 11927 for the S'VY4 Sec. 26 T. 10 S. K.
14 E.
Ile names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon and
cultivnation of. said laid. vix
G. W. yletcher. I. L. Johinson, (C'. II.
-O\en, Thos. F. Bllldik. of lannin, Fla.
14-6w Register.
Febr'iiar 9, 189.1
. Notice is hereby given that the following
-nnmed settler hIs liled notice of his inten-
tion to make linal proof in Support of his
claim, and that said proof will bie made be-
fore J. 31. Parco, clerk of Circuit Court at
Bronson, Fla., on April 7, 189)1, viz:
ALEX. 1NrLLER, ot Archer, Fla.
Ild. 74.3 for the y of Lot 10 Sec.10 T. 12
S. 1. 18 E.
lie lfnes the following w witnesses to
prove his ('ontinlllOlls r'idence upon, and
cultivatio of, said Inhlnd, viz:
Altranm Spikes, Ilarcts Ellis. A. G. Days
and Lawrienc" ( ilison, of Arhlior, yin.
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A Comnt'rison Between the Condition o-f
Wmomien Who Do Whlat Used to Ite Called
Women's Work and Those Who Do What
Used to Be Caled Wien's Work.

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Hundreds of cases have been cured by
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The working woman's sphere used to j. M. Jackson & Son, Bronson, and
be confined chiefly to household work.
And it i; a notable fact that in those V'. C. And rews, Archer.
days the newspapers contained no stories
about women dying of starvation and ----/--" ... "" -" .'
overwork in tenement houses. If any- rven sEv, e. sO.-
budy died from these causes it was a ..- -'"' u
m an. 7 -= t" -J'. -J
Descriptions of the agonies of starving --- ""-'."' .-- .' ..
workinwvomen and their families are i... .',', ..-a.----- --- i
now a feature of the penny papers. Only To cure Biliousness, Sick Headache, Consti-
a few d:yvs ago a woman in Jersey City patron, Malaria, Liver Complaints, take
who ha.d worked in a big tobacco fac- the safe and certain remedy,
tory and was thrown out of employment -53A'XwTiXiS
by her-tndvanced years and inability to F F 'Mf
handle the tobacco leaf as deftly as the :. [ '. '$. ..
younger generation locked herself np in l "[ ..1 p :
her room to wait till the pangs of hunger e i. 9 L-'' i2' '4
snapped the life cord. She almost suc- T7se tnoRNIAX- T,faie(.Oliittl, Pe.nntolho
Such an occurrence twenty years ago Pric e of eitHea r i. 2.i. pertr tottle.
would have been commented upon by ",M U..- ", --' -. t'-T-aAVURE
the newspapers and statesmen all over 7 .' 4 4. A *IT''"-* 'iZ.
the country, and the philosophers would j .3 0 i u.. '1.tLoiJS MO.
have pbilqsophized to the extent of a 'Yi SasSil- l
book on the subject: but so comm-on
have such events become in these days
since "the extension of women's sphere"
that they attract little or no attention.
Perhaps soano ne-w,;paper may, for the
purpose of advertising itself, g&t up a EAU iTY An
subscription fund to buy a few necessa- BES
ries for the support, but the average cit- D. M. FERRY & Co's
izen readns the little story without emo- illustrated, Descrptiveand Priced
tion. It disturbs him no more than a SEED ANNUAL
view of the dt!-ry streets or a struggle to For 1891 will-benmailed FREE
get a seat in al elevated train., talt applcants and to ]Rotssason's
cutoesItristeit iter o.thatnever.

Ask for Scoft'S Einson ant te no ex- WIHERE v WOtAIN NEVER S TARVES.
planua(;o., o0" sonivitation i.ducte wVe> to And right here it may bet asked, in
accept a snne>i;tu'e. view of the present condition of work-
Sold by all Drp.lfits. ingmen, "iIa any one ever heard of a
SCOTT &BCW.E,Cheim ts.-?t.,. woman, sticking to the old limited
sphere of working women-dAmnestic
-- -. -.- -,-- ervice--soeffring for lack of the neces-
-, ..".. ., iat a of lifet?" The news-ap n-rs record no
1 . ..b instances. O(ne would be such a
ti:: '... r..:.. -lty th;-.t the ambition of the museum
.. in to secure unheard of curiosities
'^ "-: .-j' it.l.l be arouI. sed.
.;.-' -,.-', '. ,". Ti. fact is that the only women de-
-' '------ .-.nt on their daily work for subsist-
.F.' -... I-u who are comfortably situated, with
: .. : f exceptions, are the domestic serv-
S.. 1ntis All the thrifty ones have their
Si'tu.k accounts, and they don't know
.,e--.-. .. -i i,.,i it is to want for food or clothes.
-'" aNl't..r,;'i rovere, their labor id comparatively
1 i, t. and they have real homes.
S. So thoroughly is this fact recognized
i y/a .i, o fj that the societies devoted to improving
r it' conditions of working women and
." _Ipiug them in their difficulties with
... t.yers exclude servants from their
..rng- of work.
i. Starkey 1& ;!t1 Mrs. M. J. Creagh, superintendent of
A the Working Womep's Protective tnion,
IREATMENT BY; INIIALATL. N gives the reason, as follows:
TRADE MARI- tEC-OMTER- "The working women in stores, fac-
S'tories and offices need all the assistance
J1 thle union can give, tor they aro the suffer-
A .. -C''7. 1- ers. Women who work as domestics
-.-ii.'?.'I '.', may sometimes have reasonable gruaands
'..q. p .a.for complaint, but their condition is so
-far, a r above that of the other working
women that they can always get along
1639 Arch Straet. Philad'a. Pa. comfortably. They can get places when-
ever they want them, receive good wages,
For Gl]lolJiil[. AS;r'i, 6raf'raid1,. r3yilDepl1 don't know what hunger is, and are well
Catarrii, Hay F87r, [.' iY,Rill- nacqlin-ted with the looks of a bank
" rH" ....... C i.... ,,_ __ t.jui. h. y dou't need, help.
I .ll ., i -O ..- "It, this poor saleswoman..the over-
i Z a:I- J W- .. OO-uS worked factory girl and these wing wom-
isO-'s0 .. an that has to be helped to live.
Drs -'&i. -. .- .,.ie-n offlec records iKS. RtILAGH'S OPINION.
shtow .. ... ;. ., .. -i.- ; i i.. i i.,, .,,,- "Considering the board matter, they
]oitlld 0 XyV -i'. | .I i. li. t ihi ] I i.. .. i4 .1I I
'ihysicsns tr .i ,- ,, .. i,.' do not get one-half or one-third as -much
,,,,. i.'iii. ver loqo pilysicians sud as the servants and have to work longer.
ti.'.r. Ii Y n.adivlihunals. Besides, they are often cheated out of
Dr trkeS ot alen lihav o the liberty to their, sant eaa-rnings. If they are sick
refer to the toli iter well-ntown t t e 1 t .
prers0t Whioloavc tI'iet this hTreatflent. for it time tlheiy lose their little pay, and
1Iev. (Ut- ., ,,I A. Darby, ,1-.... i' -. ,". perhaps their place-s are filled before they
Colonuiel It. Cr'.ws, t i.,i Li..iL. r. recover. +The servant girl, on the other
Tey er Il. F. Lh1ei zuru, Chester, C hand, gets her wa;tes right along, and
Rev.'.Johln l1.G.errlerti, Columinbla S C. if she is in a good family she receives
Rer. Sidi I1. 'Browne, editor Christian such medical and other attention as the
.NiilIbor, Columlbiia. S C. store girl cannot receive. She is. in fact,
i' rs. Wnrl. Ii. ,1Il)Stile, TI lt-boro. 'N, C. settled. while her sisters in the world of
I-!v ,S. l iciin-hu.so AtlIhenis, ( a.
Jolm J. TMaosci, 3!. D., Colunilius, Ga. business depend on their week's salary
Riev W. F. ('0ook, D. D., Augusta, Ga. for food and lodging the following week.
Mr's Ella It. Tenient IIome Magazine, and a few day'. sickness means to them
31 rh .tt I Kt >ll, Macn, (a. starvation and inadequate attendance or
lie,. W. A. (.:!ti ll', Presidelnt.Emo'y a Journey t1 a 3 c. rty hospital.
Coll're. Oxford, (.' "Tliherefore this society gives all its at-
l'ev. E. J. Mteyniarldie, D, 1)., Camden, tention to women outside of domestic
ic. J.osepIuns Anderson, D. D., editor service As women go further and fur-
Fiorini ChlriStini Adv'wath., I.etlsbr i Fi, their into the business world we have
S'.M3. Bow.ve, cditorFloridianTaUlahass- more to do than ever. Every day we
e,n, Fla. have brought to our notice cases where
'W. S. .ordonl, 2iadioon, Fll." rich employers try to beat women out of
Vr. Hi. lt, rc;tue, eOdtitor U(hilion View, sums varying from twenty-five cents to
Clhirton, A ]. a.
Ri'v'. .1ol(1 ItB. Grozol'r, Illirnirmig'han, Ala $00.
Ahaier tWillians, Oxford, Ala. "The records here show, better than
lhv. llepIyiV. iMooI'F, ?Ilnnioniery, Ala. anything I know of, the slavery into
And thlioustinds of oli.hort' in every part of which women have been brought of late
V li0'ted y11 ille. to lolw wt en it has CIl- years. employers know that women
edlwhl(re li1'se ir'sltord and ilalizd )o10- have not the money to pay lawyers to
,1le live, nml v.ht, wr i the liteasce re- sue for them, so they take advantage of
moved? Reltirnil l11il will 1brilil yli a bro- their helplessness whenever they can. It
thu'- o" -v' i*, s .c''i'nig these points is remarkable, however, fhat they settle
if you will d!r(1 n m postal to I
DES. STARIEY & PALEN, up witlh great rapidity when the women
No. 1529 Arch Street Philadelphia. InPa. come' here to complain. Our counsel

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conducts worthy cases free of charge
and has got verdicts in tho civil courts
for more than $u0,009 sinco tho union be-
gan its work.
When Mrs. Creagih was asked why the
wages of girls in factories, stores and of-
fices were so small, she answered in ll-
most tho same way as Miss Van Etten
Women. she said, took the places of
men mn umny occupations without or-
ganizing uoeiselves to obtain fair com-
pensation. They took anything they
could got. They expected to get married
some time, and their work was a tempo-
rary exp.lient, at first, to obtain pin
money. Nowt many of them find that
they have really to support themselves,
and their meager wages won't do it,.
Still ih. y bear their hardships, waiting
ever fir the gay cavalier wlho is to come
alone. nand relieve them. Within some
work is a necussit'y, with otherss it is not.
But few of them seem to consider that
men have sufierudl in consequence of the
lowir stan'!ard uof wages.--New York
Commercial Advertiser.

pEveF person using Garden,
Flower or Field Seeds,
should send'for it. Address
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drop leaf, fancy cover,
two large drawers, with nickel rings, and full
setof Attachmento, equal to any Singer Ma-
chine sold front $40 to $80 by Canvassers,
rhe High Arm Machine has a self-setting nee-
dle atd self threading shuttle. A trial in you%
home before payment i., as 'ed. Buy direct ot
the Matnfacturers nmd save agents' profits-be
sides getting cei'-ficatecs of warrantee for fivt
years. Send for r machine t i44name of a business
man as reference and we will ship one at once.
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269 S. iith St., 1'lidelphia, Pa.
aws PAY StuK 1 > .IGH'T."S6

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