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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 9, 1891
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Bronson (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Levy County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Levy -- Bronson
Coordinates: 29.448889 x -82.636389 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1927?
General Note: Oliver J. Farmer, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 8, no. 49 (Nov. 13, 1890).
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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oclc - 33129984
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Preceded by: Levy County times
Succeeded by: Levy County news
Succeeded by: Levy County news the Levy times-Democrat

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for only 2.5 center .

I'lhe American 'armijir is just the
periodical fr our !.rm-r 'friends. It
13 a splendid magar.mne devoted to the
liisrm iiid f'.liruiing. ThIli subscription
price is one del lar per vaar, but doiu't
fur ret that we eond itito you Fr'.I !

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FARMERS' ALLIANCE DIREC-
TORY.


L i' '..l V ALLIANCE;.
President-('., W. McElroy, Judson.
SeorttcarYv-J. Cox,: Broson.
SUn-ALLIANCES.
B.rono'li--D. U. Mai'sfollar, presi-
dent-; 0.-Richardsoi, secretary.
Lli.-!:-W. ,H. IIT. Blitch. president;
N. L. Phiumm.i -.,i'retary.
Cow 1'ii S..'.-C(.D. Craig, pres.
Eli.i-vD--C. i. Parkenson, pres. ;
Id l'ii Tli. .lo sec. ee
Irl,, Sinl--L..,unis Appel, Itr'--. ; J.
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J., i!-a .L N. A. Bl6tch,,
pr"?-. ; (.e'O. VW i lIli.S, ait.e. "
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S.Wiy Ki'-J ihii B.Uly and feitil, ;',ze,
J. if you uie stable, manure. In

iJAMiE. M. riARCO, E careful

and do notlet it co in contact with
Lthe seedmonth the rains destroy untheir er
ualiy quea li,ir this .e-s of lhe year
were b-nelicial ru the ffirdeni, which
would unay be;n a ble to.pundichase frn.
mo3arket ga- neinersi of- corslae.-hnave
thoe'r gare0 .If so do i and .tans. y aft
th:al lin e het.n shippi, i t ..,r a i.'nit!i
rrut in tr-ishehs, lettiy grce, snap beans,r
ably I:.cn ,'-gle,:.ts-,I. Ti sii w la \,c.ug
te, oka, ali ie rid suhtd at once. Many
also be .can be landed shourildg next
m .ni. tht Someil nimpy repay the care
auevery dxpene inie thear. The grwilhelound
of ireat ea.. Next to a goove been prepared
accou.. ant, bt igood garden is a mabeen elected
pThisow it l w i .ugoodly and fertilize
it es. oIfy the budes rotted stalny of the-
ture, if you usge stable, manure. In
playing ctmmeroial fertilizers be careful
and do not let it. coine in contact witi
the seeoo, as it will destreoytheir gerto
minating qualities. .
be. may e able to purchase from
more far-seeing neighbors such plantme
as tomatoes, egg plants, sweet potac.,
toes, etcshould., If so do it and transplant
them. Radishes, lettuce, rnap beaus,
peas, o rka, and such vegetables can
during be planted and should Aidou
well.
WhTry to keepyour garden going all
the time. Some times it will bo better.
than at others, but it should supply
the family with some vegetable nearly
every day in the year. It will help
a great deal, Next to a gooe banke
account, a good garden is a man's best'

This will. be a good month to bud
trees. If the buds on any of the
trees in your grove have been kieed
by frost or died rm ol ther causes, bud
iu new ones. There is no use in deO
laying; the sooner new buds are put ina
tle scooner-will the tree commence to
bear.
Cacsava, chuifas, peanut?, rice, mel,
ons, pumpkins, sweet potatoes, etc.,
etc., should also be put in ground
during the montn.-Florida Agricua
turit-

When your hens are laying well
then is the time to feed strong, for they
will use up the tfeed in producing e-ag
and not fiht. A, correspondent in the
Fancier's Journal says he feeds three
quarts of grain a day to twelve fowls,
and admits it is a Irge allowance, but
says the nu.nber of eggs is responsible
bar it. Prior to their laying he feeds
but one and a half quarts per day.
The rations were as follows: One
quart of bran, one pint of corn meal,
one pint ground oats aud one qu-rtl
wheat or corn additional, Average
per'eek, fear 'and o(e-quarter eggs
ptr hen.


Po.t-p.eiili f the Order..
The prosperity of, the. Alliance,
thriuh,i.t the country is indeed grati.
3ing. 1-'romi all quarters comes the
word that, great progress is being
made. In ihlioe States Where the
Alliance- i. 'Teen organized the
plon.jt, like Te-.as, G.:r;G'i, a 'North
an.d South Carolinii, the numbership
S iircrasini, aoi' the britther ..i
ari.: unilying in th( d.gr-ee heretofore
iunkinon. In nil the oth.-r organ.
iz:-d Statis with but a fiw c-'cepti6ns
tiho ord'erieon the gain. In .States
i ha' have' just blen organizeo like
C'alilornia, lllinia, Iudiatina and
Miihi'rimu, the 'gir'attst aetivity".pre-
..:Is, auni a iren radl -r.co-,:'Jition of the
Ic.I- s-ity ajid benefits of agricultural
organizationss obt:iins. Iowa 'ill be
,o-,.ni.'i;ed as a Saite the l'7th instantl.
New York \ill follow i a 'hoi t t.ini-,
and Ohi) soon afler. Oregou, Walh
intton, Idjdo and M-.,itan!a are taking
hbl..l of the wA k well, a while New Jer-
sey and Delafiice are following suit,
Wiorijn.iin, Minntst-. .and Nebraska.
ar,: :siumg for organizersto comPilete
the.work already begun. The Order
is on a boom, and those who thought
it ln affair of the Iml.:e.ut are now real
izing the fact that it has come to stay.
Let every one do his'or her full duty
mi 'helping along this great : reform.-
Nat. Econominst.

Florida O ang-'.s the Be-,t.


Bonnets and .Birds.
Olive Thcrne Milklr asks in the
New Y. rk lHerald, -how can woman-
reconcile her conscience to the con-
slnut ,l'ja.'t lesson inu .,:r'-lty which
the wearing of murdered third, holds
up. Putting eati.Iiy nasidik Ith res-
pohsibilities of pel'le and tih:e rights
of aniimal- it is a siriOpile, b.Ie alter-
native, .shi said,, tl.t i prc-4onteid to
us: Shail the hii-aIs be allin.IJ to
live, or shall the iii.h lie ? e'.incld to
a barren wider ie.'? One of thie two
is certain to be for the. bird ,jis almost
*our only protected from insects. To
'ofe who has not it' .rine'l herself it
mav be like 1 ~I'remenlit, bint
ne\V:,rhJ:.-'3 i it ia e tr h lat l-ie in'ecz
ids 'ic oftheir.,l ft ,.-:-irfutl fi.r-res on
cali il and one- fe.'ti:t wlicbh urn,
itht all hr l,':. l,t al H ity, is hell.
less:. It co.,mi:s in iriminCraer:hlearmrris.
too minute to be liain'lled; not iin_
cin 'discourage, nutl iing e-in iendi-
cate'. It multiplied by Lmillin-.; it
prtays upon every v.-getibie and anin
mal substance under heavenn. In a
worll ,1-ari and tjd tri ,the insect not a
greca thin e-i :r.il ,w, and. without
vegetation ici(li-r minan nor .beast
could exist. Th.- .irds, and the birds
only, an .Ipe %ith t eli e fi.-t'tf hoste
of our nr,:.t thtal foe, anil it tales un-
ceasing labor on their part to -do it.
No c-roatures. have sui.ii apelletit;-
"iicarnatre- vIrauiiy" RNuikta callC
them--aone i requii e such conAtanti
supplies. Woitn., the tender hc-arte1,
the Ilver of benity and song, has
really cast the great ,weight of her in-
fliieLe, aai",.- thc tilibet of thu air,
and the birds fall at her behest by
nmiilhlinn '


'A Minneapolis ("iiin'issi.'n man hb .
"'stirred tup i. hornet's nest" in Cali-'" HE. T'I.ALS. OF WINTEIR.
forniby saying that' Florida orange .Wier is. a trying period, even 'to
-.,,ie su,,. ]ifrni fruit. ti ,hose' ho have strong .
In rt.plying -~'re-,ed hot shots it ,, who'
hurled rat h -.,iw t :i
says "'
peo-p
he

pr
ion.
is

Floridas ha, otherss -tan nerve'r sthe
c'rta:nly the Cai..,-ia fruitnow be- mexin-"n sho rt, i. bes life
comulexion-in short, it-wnd-kes life
ing sent to market is much inferior to well worth living.
the Florida fruit. lie asks if the ed- '
itors of California, who are so lustily' People who are not quite right
.denouncing him as a traducer, ever themselves always feel better when
sampled a genuine Florida orange, they.cau find something wrong with
aud saysvE: other people.
if California raises anything which o
can equal it in quality, it has. never For a number of years I have been
been sent to. this market. The Cali- subject to violent attacks of inflamma-
fornia Navel is certainly an excellent toryrhoumatismwhich generally lasted
orange, and its tart taste which it re- about two months. On the first of
tains throughout the season is most this monthly I was' attacked in the knee
agreeable to a class of consumers. The and suffered severely for two days,
Indian River orange is perfection in when I procured a bottle of Chamber-
sweetness, and is practically anil juice lain's Pain Balm and it relieved me
but the peel, which is a little thicker almost instantly. I therefore most
than that of the Tangerine. But it is "cheerfully recommend it to those who
too rich for the blood of the West, as are similarly afflicted everywhere.--
Easterners are too anxious to ray a, R. D. Whitley, Martindale, N. C.,
premium fbor it. Then, again, it does Feb. 1888, Mr. Whitlcy is a very
not stand up well for shi,!nmcnt. proiuinent.man in this place and his
"And now comes another 'set down' disease was. very widely known as he
from the California Fruit Grower, and sufilred such severe pain. W.' M.
ail because I hinted that Florida ors ihouston & Co., Merchants, Martin-
anges grade higher in our market dale, N. C. 50 cout bottles for sale
than California oranges. Of course hy J. M. Jackson & SoA, Bronson;
this editor knows evrrythinu, but he and W. C. Andrews, Archer.
ougpt to permit some one else to know who has a wek
a lr c No man is st:'ong who has a weak
a small per cent ot soniet-ing, p artic- spot in his character.
ularly when he handles boh the Flor spot in
ida arid California product, and knows 2 he Pulpit, and the Stage.
how both are rated in markets where Tov. F. M. Slronut, pastor Uniteda
they come in competition with each Brdthlren Church, Blue Mouind, Kan..
other. The devil doesn't howl until ~at : "I eel it mily dutv to tell what
r. he e .t l wonders D)r. Kilag's New 1)iscovcry
he is hurt, and so, if in my innocauce, s donre ir ne. MIy lun gs we re bad-
I have told more than suits the opin- Iy diseased, aid-nlmy parishioners be-
ious or these Pacific slopes, they can lielvavd I could live only a few weeks.
I t ook live bottles of' Dr. Kigi's New
fill upon tacts by investigating the or- )is.ucovery andl ii sound atal well,
angel business in any Eastern market gatiiing" 2t poaniilltds ill wei-ht/."
where fruit is graded upon its merits.". Arthur Love. mraager Love's Ful-
ny folks s Coiibiintioi, writes : C'+A t'i
It is very evident that this Miane'- a' thoroulgh trial amind convincing evi-
apolis cominuission man has a level de'nce, I ata eonilid;iit Dri. K ing's New
head and knows %what he is talking Discovery for Consumption beats'cort
t. ai!, and cures whviit evervthimig ekls
about.-I'lorid.a Agriculturist. tails. The graealest kindness I can do
1Vmy 'ranay tlhousand fl'riieads is to I rge,
The promptness and certainty of it's them1n to try it." Free trial bolt.les at
crres lve madle b J. M. Jackson's Dru-g torc, Re'ular
o hcureshsizes 50 cents and l $.00.
Remedy famous. it is intended es-
pecially for cough, colds, croup and 'tie opportunity ot a lietimei-The
whooping cough, and is the most ef- TfiEnasDEMOCRAT one year and a com-
fectual remedy icown for thoso dis- plete set ot Dicieus' works for only
eases. 50 ceant bottles for sale by J. $A.00.
AM. Jackson & Sou, Bronson; and W.
C. Audrews, Archer. Read the TImES-DEMOCPA'T.


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Highest of all in Leavening Power.-U, S. Gov't Report, Aug. x7, 188g


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Deafness Gan't be Cured
by local appliii.'ttni, as. tlh y cannot
reach the di ea-ed1 I portion orf the ear.
There is only olne wf ay to etLa'r den r-
ness; and Lth':t is .by c.onsitituiniiial
iil-ede-s. Dafr'lics,. is caused by ail
inflaiilm.l eioditinni of the mucous lin-
ing :.of the Eustachian Tube. Wihen
the tube gei inflained you have a
runiliig .,oundr imptilio! bearing.
and, when it is ntirieIlclosul, ddal-t
ness is the rm-eailt and unless the inu-
flaniniatioii can he taken out and ilhis
tube 'restored to it norminal condition.
hearing, will be destroyed forever'
Li. ; ,; ulit oft" ten -lare Caused by
catarrh. whii lih is nothing bit an in-
flaimed c':i..liti'-ii of theI mucous isnr-
faces.
We will give one hundred dollars
for any case of de itiir.-ss (caused hbI
catarrhb) that we 'niuinot :cure by talk-
HalFs C'atli'i'hrrli 'l ''-. Seldl tr'r i.l'cu-
lara, free. ]. J. Cf iENEY & CO.,
: Toledo, 0.
Sold by d(i'ggi'-ts, 7.3 tetI--._

The Lawo C'n.ir'u nii# .aY'..ppa'

The decision of the United S'.ates
court on these sublject.s are interesting:
.1. Slibseribers who do not give ex,
press notice to the c.-ntrary are con-
sidth-red as wishing to renew their
subscripti,,i.
2. If subscribers order the discon-
ATnuance o their periodials .the pub-
iih,'.r may c.:utinme to-sen'd. themn un-
til all arrearages are paid.
If subscribers neglect or refuse to
take their periodicals' from. lhe po-t-
(oflce to which they arldirebted, they
are responsible until they have set-
aei.l their bills and' ordered them ,iis.
continued. .
4--.If subscribe movee to. other
q's without informing publisher,
,il Are paipers are sent. t6. *thi for,
-'addross, they are held r.esponsi-
,*
/5. The courts have decided that re-
ftuaing to take periodicals from the
office or refusing and leaving them
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 coui-
tinue taking it; otherwise the publish-
er is authorized to send it, and the
subscriber will be responsible untiL
an express notice, with payment of all
arrearages, is sent to thlie publisher.

For years the editor of the Bur-
lington Junctin,f 2Jo.,) Post, has been
subject to cramp colic or fits of
indigestion, which prostrated him f)r
several hours and unfitted him tor
business for two or three days. For
the past year he has been using Cham-
berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar-
rhoea Remedy whenever occasion
required, and it has invariably given
him prompt relief. 25 and 50 cent
bottles for sale by J. M. Jac'kson &
Son, Bronson; aid W. C. Andrews,
Archer.

It is never hard to do the right
thing. It is in deciding to do it
where the tug comes in.

Bncklen's A rnica Salve.
The best salvo in the world for cuts,
Bruises. Sor-e, Ulcers, Salt Rheum,
Fever'Sores, Tetter, Chappetd Hands,
Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Erup-
tions, and positively cures Pie, 'or ino
pay required. It is guarantood to
vive perfect satisfaction, or money re-
iutoidedl. Price 25 cents per box. For
salo by J. M, Jackson. & Son.

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


Patent rmedicines dilc-r-One" h.as'
reaeunableness, another 1.9a not. One -
has reputation-another has not. Oane'
I.as confidence, born of success-an-
other has ouly "hopes."
Don't. take it fur .granted that all
patent medicincesare alike. They are
not. Let the years of uninterrupted
success and the tens of thousands .o -
cui ed and hainpv muei.' and. Nomen,.
place-Dr. Pierce's Gohlen .Medical "
Discovery and Dr. Pierce's Farorite
Prescription on the side of- the rum- -,
parson to which they 'belong, AAnd .
there ieu't a state ur.tretitory-x-io,-nor-
hardly ,cauntry.iti the world,wh~vtloer '
its.peopre realize it or not., but have-
nmeh and women in them Ibat are hap-
pier because of their diecovry and..
thir effects. .. '
Think of this in health. Thiiuk of.
it in,tickness. And then-think wheth-
er you can afford, to make Lhetrial if
the makers can afL'i.d to tnk'.Ibe ri'k -
lo give your money back, as.they do,
if the? d.- not benefit or cure you.. -

Small poatoes---ermud.as. .

'prcinit' Cases.
S. H. (Clitord,' New "':ssol. Wis.,
v .Ia i',annbl ed will? neirnalgia and -
rlicini riismiu. his ston'lah was disor-i
dered. 'his liver was alTected.,to. an
alIrinug ileg-ree, ap, etitr :fell away, ..
and he wag terribly' ritduced' inr'flesh .
tiid striiiilli. Three bottles of Electric
B;tter"- cui'.d hin ." -'. : ..
Ed.ward.Shelhrdio Hrrisbjurg, Il,"
had a r11iiiiI ivh ore oin li- leg ofigight .
yenirs' slaining, Used tii've bottles ot
Ele,: tiic itI'er; and suvon1 boxes of
BuieL'1ii' AriKain Salvo. aiid his;eg i, ; -
*.oulnd a 1.i well. Jihiln Speaker,-. Ca- .
tawlba, 0., had five IsrgeI fYeer soLes "o
on hid 1e.. doctors -aidI he, %as incurn
able. Ono:- ottle EIt-Ltric Bitters, and c
one bL-x Bucklei's Arnica Salve cured
him eitirely. Sol.l y J. M. Jacksupi.

A year's subscription to the TjlEs -
D ,MuoC.'r paid il i.-uance, will en-
titled you to The Rural -Call a year .
without extra charge.

YO-U ARE IN A BAD FIX' -
But we will cure you if you wiifp
us. Men who are Weak,Nervous and
Debilitated,. suffering from Nervous
Debility, Seminal weakness,: and all '
effects of early evil habits, or later ifi
discretion, which lead, to Premature
Decay, Consumption. ,or ?Insanity;
should send for and rend the "Book of -
Life," giving particulars of a Home
Cure. Sent (sealed) free, by addres-
ing Dr. Parker's Medical and Surgical
Institute, 151 North Spruce St., Nash-
ville, Tenn. They guarnntee a cure
or no pay.-The .un'lay Morning.

-"I say, Ars. Douglas, can you tell
me.how to get up some new dishes to
please my family? They have grown
tired of mush and milk-three times a,
day."
Mrs. Douglas-"Why, Mrs. Brown,
I ain surprised that you have "not.
heard the news. Go to the TIMES-,
DEMOCcRAT 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 nake new- dishe, but
you get many instructions fr(m -the .
_Ladies' Department of great value. I
could not do without the American
Farmer now.

-Farmer Brown--"I say, Jenkins,
why are you laughing so heartily?"
Jenkins-"Why, I've been to town,
paid my subscription one year in arld
vance for the LEVY TIMTS-DP.MN- .
CRrIT, and the Editor felt so good !,e
has given me one year's subscription
free to that great farm paper pub-
lished at Fort Wayne, Ind., called the
American Farmer."
Farmer Brown-"Is that so? Reck-
on lie will do the same by me. I will
go in to-day and subscribe."

Take the TIMes-DEMoConAT.


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'IThe Times-bemocrat! /o'T nTs
S es oClaud N. Bennett, the Atlanta
---- Journal's traveling correspondent,
writes from Chattanooga, thus:
SPEMtOCRIAT PUBLISHINC QO "How different is the winter bald,
S.....ness of the Tennessee mountains from
OLIER J. FARM E tor. the sprgtime frsness of Florida.,
"I "Here the weather seims to have
.- frMEMBER of the FL.ORIDA A" v ing Id it dwn
ipeeledU cvervthingfiled it down
PRESS ASSOCIATION; afifliated g ,iwd it o shruk it up, udpiled
w it the NATIONAL EDITORIAL reoks around it. There everything
ASSOCIATION. retains its created loveliness .The
l !TP' "TgAbP 0a ho0.n., on'n, leaves are all ulren, the flowers are
& r- ,vrti .i-n r ,w spn >t.i .. ... all fbloom, the iruits are all fresh, the
..... W.. either is neighborly and pleasant,
(Entered ait the P. 0. at Bronson and the world seems as charming as
as. ,.'n 1 class matter,) May in,mori.;' n Georgia.
:--- -- .-- '"But how hard lnam to satisfy.
S TittErDAY, April 9, 18iQ "When I was in Florida I wanted
to be in tg Jauta, and now that I am in
Seritor Call is tte man, Let himI Teniasee, I am sighing fbr Florida.
; be rle-elheted, [t is alwvayA vatty anid yexation of
s jii ii.
;..''Our law makers hiill not forget .. .
hliat the present road law is a fraud, Itcks e ( the o aWtather.
pipd that the people denipaud a change. Ia R, Igil:s' forecasts for March
... : n c of a f e *. were. for bad weather. They were
n n ontof e fightwhh veriicd so closely that we fear hi,
recently took phlae at LiLeoun, tilhe
Agricuut it ys "l .dy no editions for April may prove true.
S- r rt, -e says:
The disturbed pictour_.ical condis
Italy got her"baick u" because tions prevailing at the beginning of
.some of her r.-i'e-a.l] e,.',utr'vnen were April will subside about the evening
nmiurdre.T1 in-New Orleans, and sLho, of the 2d, clearing with cold and
her ".i.:-ule by ord.'riig her min. flosti fl.I..wig in the west as early as-
Ster cile, the 1st. The temperature will react
followed by easterly to southerly winds,
: Theinter-statc cirrivreio commis- becomidg quite warmn, and resulting
Sion met ia Jacksorville:last week andin storm disturbances on ani touehine
heard complaints from vegetable and the 5th. All who have intelligently
other shiDpers regarding exhorbitant familiarazed themselves with our
freight rates. We say they heard, and method of forecasting and with na-
that is abbut all the benefit our.ship- ture's normal movements, will look for
pers will ever receive. a cool to cold wave, to follow and
It is a ander pon every good Al- seperate these disturbances from the
J -Itis a slander upon every good A n, r'owever, the
liance" man in Floriia to say that Mr. perod. However, the
nn, a banker, isthe presence of the new moon on the 8th,
so near our vernal equinoctial passage,
Bu18 cabidtte fbr bSenator. Nowhere ,
uce candidate enorsatr No where will go far to produce prolonged, uns
fnas llc.'Mdiane,:,endorsed Mr. Dunn,
and it- -ann ind if its bosses settled weather, with possible violence.
S.. n. do it ., .. i o The 11th is the central day of the


-. 7:- irhavie solditt 1 J u inthlycauUnot Udei
"liver the goods.

: commenting on the fact that there
are 152 papers in Florida, the Metrop-
olis says: "It is circulation that mer-'
chants want. and no. intelligent man
here in Jacksonville can question the
fact that in this city and suburbs any
-. paper has a larger' circulation than
Thie Metropolis." The "Met." is a
good paper, and by far the fairest of
those that oppose Senator Call; but it
is a little surprising that It should
confess to a smaller circulation than
any of its contemporaries, ,calling the
attention of advertisers thereto.

S.- ,, Tourists 'will do well to remember
that now is the time to see Florida.
To visit the state and leave before
the gentle winds ot an April morning
have been felt; and the genial, balmy-
air, filled with the odor of gentle
spring-time has been breathed, destroys
the pleasure of the trip and fails to
give the visitor the proper chance to
see Florida as it is. Do not go back
to your chilly homes until the latter
part of May or the 1st of June; stay
with us and enjoy bright sunshine and
-' b autiful flowers.

Florida offers many inducements to
capitalists who will start up factories
ofdifterent kinds. All the paper used
for wrapping oranges, could be manus
fractured in the State, and there would
be no trouble in ascertaining the
amount, sizes, etc, needed by the con-u
mer. We also have the box mates.
rial in abundance, and it is stated that
hoops made in the State from slender
cypress poles have proven satisfactory
In. every way and answer every pur-
pose.,- The supply is inexhaustible
and- it.seems like folly for Florida to
import hoops. Manufacturing estabs
lishminents of this kind would no doubt
pay well; it would bring lots of people
: .to the State, give them employment
and prove a blessing to the hundreds
of orange growers who are now send,
ing'their money to other States for
things that are going to waste even on
their own lands. Our prosperity will
S be increased three-fold when we get
enough manufacturing establishments
to utilize the thousands of dollars
worth of material that is wasted and
trodden under foot, and for which
toney has -to be sent off to other ooun-
tries.-Florida Facts.

S4 HUMMERi.
Our great offer of the Rural Call
free in connection with the TimES-
DEMOCRAT is surely a hummer, and is
; takinlg likq i wldifire, Dou't mlss it.


next period, and whatever the result
may be in cons-.quence of the new
moon combined with equinox about
the 8th, a warm wave will swing
ward from about the 10th to VY
culminating in vernal st'.rms of
Jer, rain and hail, with snow pr
in the Northl, All whose inter"e
comfort involved will look, of Ca
for cool and cold nights with -'
which are sure- to follow. The rM
tionary day falls on the 16th, closely
blended with, possibly precipitated by
the moon's first quarter on the 12th
Another cool spurt will follow from
the West and North.
The 22d, 23d, and 24th are the dan-
ger days of the next regular storm
movements. At this season, when
very warm, sultry days result, and ac-
_tive, angry clouds appear about the
danger days, all should keep a calm,
prudent eye on. the situation. Fore-
cast in your minus the best thing to do
in case of danger-quietly watch its
approach and at the critical moment,
save yourselves and families. The i
28th an 1 29th are storm days, intensi-
fied by a mercury equinox central oin
the 29th. The month will atd cool,
with frost and some freeziniu. Our.
forecasts for May will necessarily
embody some unusually important fea-
tures. Find themin our May num-
ber,

How much more comfortable illness
would be if "trained nurses" were not
strangers who come into the house for
"revenue only," or if home nurses only
knew more of the little details that all
together make so much difference?
There is a new book that tells tihe
home nurse just the things she needs
to know to make her tIe equalofthe
"trained nurse;" how to improvise
conveniences for the sick-room, how to
secure good ventilation, how to arrange
the room, how to prepare and serve
nourishment (with a number of recipes
especially suited to the sick), how to
amuse nuvalids, how visitors should be
taught to behave,-with a chapter of
helpful miscellaneous suggestions.
It is neatly bound in cloth, about
120 pages, with a pretty and appro-
priate cover design. The title of the
book is Helps for Home Nursing, by
Irene 1-1. Ovington, Charlea H. Kerr
& Co. of Chicago are the publishers,
and it is for sale at the office of this
paper. Price 50 cents including pos-
tage.

Send to us for a copy of the Rural
call, The great literary and family-
monthly.

An Attractive
Conmbaind POCKET ALMANAC
and M.EMORANIJUM Bih OK
advertising ilROWN'S alO3 IlTTI l_'1a
the het; Tonic, given uaway at Drug untd
general stoals. Apply at once,.


ETATE2 NEV G. ( GUAIlDI^ N'S NOTICE. NOTICE;. NOTICE.
A road f- nt Lkad ti t Anfl T( C.r hreby i ri n tim onlhel 0Ih tate of Florida,) In County Jdge's Site of FloridT,
A road from Laiamad to, the AMii.i. hlv oiC At -i;l, A. 1S.:N, I sihlli llply County of Le'Y. L Coult. County of Levy.
phosphate legions is the next move ini to :nW- iiko. i iricdin,. CLounty Jl J.e 'o C. Iol)kins:- In io countyy iuditges Court far Levy
the way of railroad Pnterpr : I county i." 0i,, at 1r n'nion. for *TO are herelby notildif that a wilt of County, Florida.
Sai a t! ,i\it l ;i ..I t'l ieri'est i the inior 1 attaelmio nt hlus been issued against To E!. ', llinekle:--
W. M. Denh'am of' Winter H wiL Ci')i N"luNm 'i lli H te avl lit, ei.:nt ii if oii tiin l t t the dtenin of ., A.' nd J. 1 '. insteill, ii htnelin tlent has lheen issue naninst
put in five a 'rts in toim at., s in )- 1 i:h) d- i-ir.(i, in 'the ] iis '.-slrt d as : Mountiiig i to .$100.' N V unll ss you vou and your lrol)rt) attanhel to stisl'y
ceatber. le hais refused 8600 f fr t lms to-mit: 'NE quirt r or E quarter )a ap,(r c Hn r( .n C-o!n- ihe demau oI It. ( .AiktMtie, amonti t ioto
.ember. 1 8 hs ri l $ 00 l -e. Q2e T Ip. 11 ;, a ety untailin ,it in aild for i ll co n\ty, nt his of- .$100i 00.(t Now, unless you siall appear be-
present crop aS it Staitids. 4) ires mitore los., nl, k in aniid 1 nti g (tle t :t Throiison, Florida on thie l;th ivday ofl ore his lonor ll -n i'Fr dlin;:.ln, Counlty
in thi' county of Lc vy ani d itat or iWril-i. April I) It1t, ait ten oinlock in the JNineteen hundred boxes of oranges .INA NL( l'it(, lnadiin. noon,i jeduiii. -int iwill le reide d l iiagaisl it roinson, on thleiltidny oif ay A.1). Il11,
were sent oi tront Oyiedo last week. ih,, IAllltEa A. IAN t oni and your tpronerty soldh to ipay the at 't o t in it f- trento i 11 t i
tttn n r h d th .-t tleit. be r ne ltdti te i i t l illo yot tr pro~ierty
The total shipmnts haye rnow reached I)aled this th day 0o .TJanuaryV A., D., sold o pil tlhe dbht.
08,605 -boxes. NOTIC E". SI. J A. & 3,. ,E lNis'ri': N, 'This 12th of Ifrcl. AD. i 91.
I'laililffs. J. 1,, JAHOB1,, I'aintift',
A new depot building is being erec- : IX sult is rm dtle of thi nolee ne'y B. Coulter,Plt'fs attorney. i Hemy 1, Coulter, ritir. Atty.
Q) illI t rtei i y ixinytn,i.i tt((h.B.tst tlAltd
ted one and a half mils above \\Vinter ,i ochel"s ,. exmtio,.r o,! tihe e:itf ,r ,ii.- ........ : MONTI I (lood Wa-
Haven. T le settellent win be known'i d, i't he. mt I.te n.t ieA t FoC nty, "d- A "- .tot
aits F loren c e. to il t O, l on. i.i.ri.inat y, a nd a sk to t ,i i- I ?s a raid O ur a re not
,0"")'"J- r 1,ta aske, to E L. E F(I afraid 1oA.
Afew days ago the B'ruce Bros. of I A t. lisu.Ih t';]t ciutor. .(. (0nr ilo I ou : Co0 tcs ilenrcd work.Our ..."
Quincy were oflerod 6i5 cents pr F..r'n. l -. 25 ,der fr o. 50 ore ee. :5 goo sell on .a ht Used by all bus-
pound for all the tobacco they haveon N(sI1C' i,3M" aN.OI.V"ENY. itvi"r. 3t: i,'t ettli 'l i IlEQeIo.No M.'6,"( C(.. td.,
hand, and refused to sell at that price. In Count' (ourt, p lace As od far(nliltd as t1or- -io tottlut. Ve.T AlaEEN 'dria', O.
For the two weeks e the14tl vy colinty, lorida. is in !ihe Rtie. If youn iion hus i, ..- lhis paper.
For the twio weeks ending the 14th Wherea.s, William 1. Ando'soln. hdyinh- *iln want Illl tprticulr. write to orLv
inst. 6,040 pounds of Spanish mackerel itrator ide ioits i a11011 the estate of A.E. al o TIMES-DE O'('HiAT, -Why not try the Times-Denrocrat
and 6,890of sheephead and trout were ilged'h tte o r Levy untydecea.,se of '-onSonl, FPn. three month for 25 cents.
caught at St. Petersburg. saidt county a wr'.tten siiggestion of the -
inatolveney of srnid estate':
Mat Armiatead, the negro wlbn last Notice is iherclyghvQcn tZ all ]el'sons h!>- i% T'-- ';"', "-R7t t try., v .i o ir o
December shot and killed his father ineliin'sain :t t, ot any t a- ,' i..'_, 2...-'. to.
was tried at Quincy last week, and theitiatd, inthe o to tihe C('oiunty ERONSON, FLA., . o
found guilty of murder in the first .udge orfsaid count on or beltre the 1st 0
,Mlonday in 1M A. y ).. D S..191, the satoe r.
degree. Judge Walker sentenced him itoDeae rtinhe .t tereir, t which tie oaer
to be hanged, and Gov. Fleming will there will be a pro rma payment to eredi- "
appoint the day for the execution. tors 0eni1 tle thereto,1 ad tfiedmi sit ator .. '
disehartged BEN FRIiED)MIAN,
Coiunlty Judge.
C 11. l. I CTER. This :id day of October. A. D,,' 1 0. -
Many people seem to forget that COM MISSIONE1'S SALE. d I b. TONP 0
character grows-that it is not some- T OTICE is hiercly given that l will, un- -
I_ tier anit by virtt.ti t o an order 1o i u --.- -.
thing to put on ready.-'made with mana- directed 1)y his Hon. lien Friodman, coui, ty '- Kfi. 7 -'e FT<
Apo -0 -TO


hood or womanhood; but day by day,
here a little and there a little-grows
with the growth and strengthens with
the strength, until, good or bad, it be-
comes al]uost a coat of mail. Look at
a man of business-prompt, reliable.
conscientious, yet clear-headed and
energetic. When do you suppose lihe
developed those admirable qualities?
When he was a boy. Let us see how a
boy of ten years gets up in the morn,
ing works, plays, studies, and we will
tell you iust what kind of man he will
make. The boy that is too late at
breakfast, late at school, stands a poor
chance to be a prompt man. rThe boy
who neglects his duties, be they ever
so small, and then excuses himself by
saying, "I forgot; I d(lid not think!"
will never be a reliable man, and the
bovy-inds pleasure in the suffering of
w ea, 'ings will never be a noble,
kWl "I1nan


Aid to,
.bir se are)tjst us essential
asyour. .eakfast, before which you
shouhTfmake good and free use of them.
Parents who fail to provide their chil-
dren with such appliances not only
make a great mistake, but commit a
sin of omission. Look tidy in tihe
morning, and after the dinner work is
over improve your toilet. Make it at
rule of your daily life to "dress up"
in the afternoon. Your dress may or
may not be anything better than call-


t.l(It o t Lev couitv. Florida, tdatetit e
1st dyv of AIril, A, i),, 15C1, on the tirst
Monday y in May, A. 1),, 1891,, the same tIe-
in,1 leial satlesday (t)In the 4th i day of said
inot) It, (during theleft l hours of salo, be-
'ore till eourt holls door ill Iro Oll pro-
teood to sell to tle hlihest rant Itfst bidder

eor at ti-ton t i i t e t e
ofit land lyint', t it ut t r and bei i n T v
coulltV, Florida, anld more partieullhlyr do-
scrihe1d o0 thie O lllii r coi'cords -v;' follows,
to -w it : T h e i D o fSr J! ::*" ,I 'T ,. 12 j? .
16 Efast ""I't" lli I .'ighlir ;I.'t'S "..I *i' o 'r
less., S-.1 i .. ]ands tof the estate of
An lsi Wialk -r, deceased. Purcliaser to
payi for titles.
IIENRY B,. CO(UT', RF
Commissioner.
NOTICE FO)l PUIILQl ATION.
Land Office at GatnuIsville, 'la.,
March 25, 1S91.
Not te is hereby given that the 'ollow-
ilg-lamed (ett!, !ihas 1l;hd notice of his in-
tention to niake coinuiltation proof illB Sil)-
port of his claim,' and that said proof willi
lie made before IRegister and Rieeeiver at
G(aineaville, Fla., on May 25, l8;11, viz:
TI( OMAS lUTLE' ,-rof liar'e, Fla.,
ild, 1!19695 for the '*,V'/.Sec. 24 T. 14 S. R.
-- witnesses to
"e, 4)pon, antd
p, J. B1.
,Bareo,
.ter.
)N.
tr.A.
asll.
owr111
/Tnfi.ts t inte u-
!ipmbrt of his
ufnhi,-"nnd'_ will 1)wi mildebe-
foroe Juldgo, or'n. ,-ence clerk circuit
court at Brouson, ,:ti., on May 27, 1Si)l,
viz:
MARY A. STEPHIE'NS, (nee oees-
man,) of Lebanon, Fl;o.
Ild. 16:172 for the AN of St'.; SW', of SE
.4 & SEK* of SW M Sec. 24 T. 15 ,S. I, 17 E.
Ile names the following witnesses to
prove his conlttillnuous residences upon and
cniltivation of said land, viz:
Jaie, W Veckt. A... lTulrner, (Go. Har-
greaves, Aatoir Des6s, of I-clallon, Fla.
ALEX.LYN(<1,
2-WN Register.


co, but with a ribbon or flower you NOTICE FOlK PIUBLIC-TION.
can have an air of self-respect and Land Oflice at Gaiitsville, hia.,
satisfaction that invariably coutme with Slarch 1i, 1S91.
being well dressed. Notice is hereby givon that thie .foilow-
in-namned settler lifled notice of his in-
t'cntion to in tik i coiltllitatioli proof iml t ilp-
Ot. '-FOR TIHE T11OOD, port of his ltinim. alnd1 hat saIid proof will
Weakness, Malaria, Indigestion and 1,e ad beibore Register and lteceiver at.
iuiOVe'N'S t RONe BITTERS. Gainesville, Fla., oil May 22, 1891, \iz:
It cirog quickly. For i.le by all dealers is JOHN P. lEDDICK, of Willinton,
medicine. Get the genuine. .F]i
S. -....... h11. 202.0 for the W. ot'NWff See. O T. 14
1)o you want to save froinm Pa to ". I. 1n9 E.
K| cents on every dollar tlyIoun lie minatis the following.- witnesses to
-ll' spond ? If so, wrile for our11 prove his contitiniuous residence upon, and
Ilutlrated Cataloigue, containinm1 trhus-cutittitol of said ldhuil, viz: a
Iralions and prices or everyhllng' (. t. lifill and W. 11. H, Blitch of lareo,
rnaliinfactimred in thieo United States, Fla.
at maninufactirers' prices. 10.000 il- Alex. Lynch, Rogister.
lustrations., al lincs represented. Cat- rA .) INIS \ t NOTICE.I,
ahoyue niaitod tree on application. A!)MIM 1 .A 10)^, NOTICE.
Add res ALL tpe'rsons holding claims against the
A il tL it estatto of Ira J. Carter', deceased,' ire
COliruto (GNERAX S~ L'Pi'LY Co. required to presto it thinm tof tle adtl iis.
No. 178 West Van Buren iSt., trator without delay, Na li tiosI intdo!it(i to
nll!cit5-1y Chicago. Ill. sail stalte are reqiiired to inako settle.
i enlit w illi thi i,.l. ; ,.1.
Sriyal'ay k t per week: Watlled- .. I, .. 1':11 i1l', Atium.,
lood ,ll t o i a Ients to sell oi1!'- "ol- elkuate o1 I'ofI J. Carter. 1) ceased.
i(i1 l 1 hile iof l l ,1..lic lll(iri ,. No 'V e- ''.-


dlinig. Above salary will be paid to
"iive" agents. For further intfora- TY PE I 'ITER.
tio a(hidrl ess P I Ti
COlICAGO (lGNiNATvn, RurI'tY Co.,
No. 178 West Van llureni St., 1 Ag will buy tihe iOdell Type Wrt-
ChiCago, Ill. i, t tor lmand Check Perforator,
t-TNDER and bly virtue of a judgmentt w.im 78C Careutes. aa it lt lr he
I placed ill miy hiands 1) thi e lion. 3Bet i- g"le Cas.'i OdI, w varra1llItd to do
Friedman, county juiidge of ILevy county. I better work than anv nimachine iinade.
liave levied upon, nnd: will sell;, iheretlhe j It combines simpliciv with dirra-
oourt ihouseo door in Bironsoln, on Tilesdayi ility, tspd, ease of operation, wear's
April 1-th, 1S1M, the fol how hg descreillEdon l vitlout cost of repairs lal
pioportvy, to-tyit One twvo horse v/a ,oi I, gt' llioit e- of i is Iar
tle protirerty of Ed L. tL Soold to tany ollenr o itnincliie, las ino ink' rib-
satisfny sa idju dint in favor of Johl A. boll to boltier h e operator. It it neal,
Reid,.ain1o nlinl>" to$1.,5 )anld cost ofsuit, substantial, nickel plated, perfect iand
Marlich 6, iSi. s -eri Lxvy Co. adapted to all kinds of tn po writing.
Like a printing press, it produces
NOTICE, sharp, cle]uan, legible inaniiscriits.
Giuitediitales Landi (O(fiie, Two to ten copies C be illadf at ione
Gainesville, ]'ia,, April 1811, wxrilhilg. Any intellig nlt t)er'son can
CO31PLAINT havingI been entered at blecomeni a (ood operator itn two daYs.
this offlte by Davids Wailker against We offer $il.U0 tO i ny operator who
Noel it. VW alker t i n t llttdolli his Homeit an e111til o work o' the Ii o)ulle
,4teld Entry No. 12-i8S, dated Ang'.9'1ls;', ,\
upolln tle N Eof ot Sction. "32, Townshilp 14 ii Case (doll,
S. ange 18is in Lexvy county, FIa., with lie itable Agentits and Salosnion
a view to the cancellation of said entry, Vwanlted. Special induceoentits to deial-
the saidt parties are herebiy Siinit otntl ed to er-..
alppear at lBronsonn, Fla., tetore the Cllerk 'Pamphltgiviin S,
of tie Cireuit Count, oil tho ForPanplet givinIg .oreots,
litil day of Ii', 18901, &c.', ladd r'ess
at I0 o'clock a. mu,, to respond lid tluni sh Odell -Type Writer Co.,
teslimony concerning said alleged atban.
dolntient. riookeIry liildiilg, Chicago, Ill.
Alex. lyynch, leg.lster, -
V. ,. Shipinu:, P.c(eiver. 'Flhe Tinmes.Demnocrat three months
The testimony will be examined at this
otlice May l;i, 18')1, for only 25 cents.


i CE AL ALWAYS.


FLORIDA CENTER L & .EN ,i SLAR AIL WAY.


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To all points in Southi, Middle anrd ut.WAt Firrida, 3I1i tie, *N-w Orl'. ans and the
South\\ est. Direct connections to ati point s Noi tihw'st. and Norih atst.
Time Card in EPicit Febriuiry 12, 1S9i.
Souti. Norlh. No.t No. I Western )iv'n. Nio.'2 No. 1
No. a No.7 Southern Div''n. No. 8 No. 4 7 Wp i7 : ia l Jauxilte or i 15-ip 1 05p
6 10p 1i t10 Iv Fernandina ar 2 .ip: i 40ta I 0 1 5at S i'a I ".ali" in IV 8 21,P 12 01p
8 4p, I t;;Wn lv (ala o1han a 5 1 4,1' 7 Mg0 4,A n)* 5 1 2Ir 5 t'.N i o ; 51 W .
9 ,) ll lp t Ia Iv Jaxl ville ii r) 1 5 &Sp t 6 ta ,(; 2 a r it r' 'l'ltahassee v 2 l thp 13 (0 i
ii t I pio i iBaldwin IVx 1 'a i a i 4 : ; u 4 )iir i hi yrItie Iv 12 htp 10 1 0a,
Si 1t7 17 v ar iarke Iv 11 -; 4 a 10 4 1;p ar irvr.)inc iv 12 lIt4 2 12 hoit
12 ia 22 2Y ar Hawilthorne iv 10i lan 2 ia 7 "l 10 tip ior .Penia.;e IV l IV a i 630a.
I 3Ja 2 C'p ar C('ra Iv 1 a 1 a .... ..1 2 12a u Mt2-i' ]v 7 N ) ..
..... 331p ar Silier Sp'gslv 5 5a ..... n 7 a r NX. Ori.'nns I h:ip ......
2 21 3 .IIp ar o ala Iv i03a 1 -a 3;l ...... t ;,a r )Moinitgo i'ryv i 7 orT ......
. 7 lip ar i(.niosiassa Iv 7 00a .... ... 2 7a r I'i -ville .iv '2 n ..
4 3.ia' r B Sp an'r Leeshtrig Iv 7 SWt 1t 34n ... i :.a ; ircin .i iv 7 p ......
5 2U 5 4tp rir Tavares Iv 7 30a 5 .-p ... 7 25)i a- Sti Louis Iv 7 13i[) ......
8 69a 7 Olp ar ApoMla Iv 7a ti ...... 'I 30a ar' (hiea0o Iv 3 p ......
9 45a 7 35,p ar (riando Iv (i Ba 6,0 p
3 -0a 4 411 Iv Wildwood Iv I t Ia .1 Ii onlice1lo & ThlonlasvilIe limited.
ft 1a (i 67p ar Dadee City Iv GSa !1 ,p xo.5 Nn-. 0i
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s. andHdail; a d4daily. ...... l2o7pi ar Lolisville Iv 2 t1op ......
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4o. 9 o. i I o S 5 01Suwainnee River ltoutot. "
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eir between Fitrnandina,a nit Briunwiek 16,Ta ;ar .l IVon- .v 7 (o.....
connect with all points North, \West and 11n -tsao *- ValtdostllI Iv 5 ip ......
irthwest. Sunday tr'aitis leave Jaeclison- 5:12p ar 31 aeon I 11 oI ..I
.ille I a m :. i) ; ar Atlanta Iv (i 55a ; ......
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...... 00a Iv Jacksonvillo ar 5 45p...... 5, <1, l(epe-r to CV nein nati.
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Will Jackon went to Ocala Tues.- I Mr. Shands is shipping cabbage. lOJIIJ TO iMOTHIER INXIEA V-
d 'Yesterday was a typical spring day.
:e bCl 7,y l, o f eserd, M a has otica p O! father, come kiss me once more,
? '" Zeb Claywell, of Levyville, was in Miss Bain has orga-nized a large And watch by mny bed ist to-night;
town Monday. music class. Your Nettle will walk throw' hie valley of
mdeatli
See the change in J. B. Epperson's Mr. O. D. Hardee, of Chiefl :nd, Ere dawn of the sweet Sabbath light.
; advertisement, called on us Tuesday and renewed his cHnOiUs.
other, I'm goingI to mother so dear,
S Mr. II. B. Coulter i ill go to Tallas subscription, o fther, m ing to mother as nt,
Church Directory. hassee next week to join in the jubilee Married, on Sunday, at the resi- And over the river sweet voices I hear,
-- I over Call's re-election dce of the bril par s M. They call mi to iimaniiions of light.
Mthodistchrch- cv. W. R.eh- ce of th de' s paren Mr no. oe, o, home tom mother in heaven.
ardsoni, pastor. PIreaching the first T. F. Blalock, of Fannin, was in M. Barksdale and Nora Watkins, Par- O e wa i
0! father, what news shall I take
Sun ay in eaich moith, at I11 a. 1i town Tuesday, and renewed his sub. son Ellzey officiating. We congratu.sus an mohr r ou
11 S crton. He s reari to ive on ate. l te i to sd holy angels of light
athihhIu usdioo(l vel.v Sun,,niv at '3scrivtiton. lie is prr)arina to live on late. I'll tell liim to senll holy angelsollght


p. m" ; Dr'. J. M. Jackson, Si'., super- blackberries this year. Mrs. Carohne Lloyd, of Long Pond,
tit ce t. i, Judge J. F. McDonell, a veteran of whose illness we mentioned last week,
Baptist churci-Rev, oibt. Ieilh 1 a
pastor. Pr'ealhingr te third Sun- the Indian war, but who is, apparent- died on Monday evening, and was
day in each month, at 11 a. nm. and 7 ly, younger than any of his sons to- buried yesterday at Rocky Hammock.
p.m. day, was in towtI Monday. The judge We sympathize with those who have
Sabbath school every SunIdv at 10
a 0m.; O. J. Farmer, superin ei l l and Sheriff Bigham are Levy county's been made to mourn.
ii. i0. J. a'ir, twer o, suldpst critizenret. ds. ar
aglic'al chc-D. S. Bean, two st czens. In the legislative caucus at Talla-
ia-tor,' lpreaclhe every second and Messrs. Kempton and Stanley, were hassee Monday night, Gaskins, a Call
am.nrt.a). very udoih at in from the Hammock 'Tuesday. They man, was the choice for speaker, and
SabIhatl school .every Sunday at l0 tell us that about eleven acres of to- Brown, another Call man, was the
a. m.; Dr. S. Bern,. superintendent. bacco were killed by the frost, but choice for president of the senate.
that the parties have plenty of plants, This is as it should be.
April 9. and the ground will be reset at once. Two gentlemen, whose names we
Sick gardens. The peach crop is gone. did not learn, arrived in town Tues.
Where has spring fled? Capt. L, L. IIodges, of Cedar Key, day, and will canvass this section for'
was in town Monday. The board of the sale of ranges, They will make
School board et Tuesday. county commissioners granted him a this point headquarters, and will de-
Riev. B. 11. Damon was in town on permit to run a ferry between Cedar liver their stoves in eight two mule
Monday. Key and Atsenie Otic. A like per- wagons. About six years ago a simi-
Sunday and Monday were regular mit was also granted to Mr. Lucas, lar concern came through here, and
winer data, who is running a ferry at the present the county has not recovered to this
time. day. We advise our readers to go
Assessor Prevatt was on duty at slow on this range business. Don't be
the court house MonTay. A correspondent writes us from swindled.
Levyville of the marriage of Miss
Messrs.-M. L. Saudlin and Louis Cook, daughter of Mr. H. Cook,, and Cer'tiflcate from j a,'yr of Cedar
Ap. el were in town Monday. Mr, Miles Dixon. which occurred on Key.


Collector Anderson was in town on
Monday taking in the tax money.
Levy county has the best jail in the


April 1, Hon. N. R. Carter officiating.
A big supper was given to all present,
agd the happy couple repaired at once


v, -- to their own home.
State, and-the poorest court house.
Thie county commissioners met on
Parasiticidle cures itch in 30 mmr Monday. Present, Wmr. Batty, chair-
utes. Price 50c. Sold by J. B. Coarsey. au; J. M. Cl' yatt, JM. Stephe-s, E.
'1 here are three prisoners in the, II. Brewer. Besides the usual busi,
county jail-two white and one black. ness transacted, Mr. E.B. VanDetan
If Hicks, l he weather prophet, is to was granted Iermission to take the
be believed, our bad weather has just Leyy county exhibit, at present in the
begun sub-tropical building, and place it in
the office of the bureau of immigration.


iMr. U. Al. Armstrong, ot lInvmwool,
called Monday and renewed his sub-
sceription.
Mr. E. MeGinnii, of New York
City,' writes to renew' his subscriptions
to the T.-D.
County commissioner E. H. Brewer
called and renewed his subscription to
the T.-D. Monday.
Judge Hloratio Davis, ot the law
firm of Ashby & Davis, of Gainesville,
was in town Saturday on business.
Fletcher Harrod had the mnisfor-
tune, while cboppin.g wood one day
last week, to cut one of his toes nearly
off.
Mr. 0. B. Lewis left Sunday -for
Tallahassee and will, probably, go
from there to a point in Georgia to
take a school.
We are prepared to furnish a set of
Dickens' complete works to every
subscriber of the T.-D. Call and see
Low we do it.
Senator ry, R. Coulter left for Tal-
lahassee Friday. Mrs. Coulter will
make her home at the capital during
the session of the legislature.
Those who hold tickets to the lee,
tureon the"Holy land" will remember
that said lecture w;ll be delivered at
the Methodist church onnext Monday
night. -
Representative Y. A. Blitch arrived
in Tallahassee in time to answer roll
call. He was accompanied by New,
come Barco, who will be one of the
pages,.
Assessor Prevatt desires us to state,
that lie will bepleased to meet the
tax payers of the county in Bronson
on Wednesday and Thursday, April
22d and 23t8.
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 mouth-
ly, The Rural Call.
Rev. Guinther has been returned to
Pennsylvmnia by'the conference of tie
Evangelical church, and Dr. S. Lean
has been called to preach here every
second and fourth Sunday.
Those of our subscribers who are
entitled to the American Farmer, the
Rural Call or any of the other prc-
miums we are offering, will please no-
tify us if they should not receive them
after a reasonable delay. Under the
Wannamaker dispensation Lhie mails
are not wholly reliable.


The unpreced.-nted cold and stormy
weather in ihe North has been' very
disastrous to property, and the cold
has extended as far south as Florida.
Maiv of our citiz-.ns felt rather blue
Monday, for it is not pleasant to have
a nicely growing garden killed down;
but things are not so bad as they
might be, and F'loridians have a right


Dr. R. DtG. Treen extracted six
teeth for my wife, without the slightest
pain. E. J. LUTTERLOII.

Cedar PKey's Election.
The flunicipal election held in Co-
dar Key Monday was the hottest con-
tested in many years. There were
two tickets in the field-one, a citizen's
ticket headed by Col. E. J. Lutterloh,
and a cp-,servative ticket, headed by
Mr. Ben Cohbainan. The former was
victorious. Thal loptwing is the vote:
For Maye '-71--l -
man 4a-
Mia
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to feel especially thankful to the Ruler Assessor-A.TjPrnton, 63; S. L.
of the universe. Condry, 56.
The spirit of persistence which God The folloNing were elected to the
has implanted in the breast of every council: J.B. Lutterloh 69, A.M.
man stands him in good stead in an D rsett 60, N. Sehlemmer 70, Boston
April frost. Perseverance and an in- Martin (col.) 69.
domitable eneray'will win in the end. The defeated candidates for coun-
and while it is true in a spiritual cilmen were: W. D. Finlayson 59, W.
sense that the seemingly grieveous IT. Anderson 50, D. Williams 47, Jno.
chastise;ment "worketh out a fatr more Doke 52.
exceeding way to glory," we think it The result appears to give. general
equally true in a temporal sense that satisfaction. A number of fights oc-
discouragements are for our good. curred during the day.
W e congratulate Mayor Lutterloh
A friend asked us the other day upon his l re-election. He has the con-
why we did not get out a better paper, fence of the people, as his big mas
Well, we do about all our own work jority will testify.
and it keeps us pretty busy, and while The Rural Call, 8 pages, 48'columns
the delinquents persistently refuse to full of the cream of current literature,
pay up we are unable to employ he!pl and you can get it in connection with
A great many people encourage us by this paper without charge.
telling us we are getting out a good e _____
local paper; and at tiny rate we haye The Wrorhl's Frae,'-A aginiticent
the consciousness of knowing that we Ofer.
do the best we can with the 'means- at The great "World's Fair Word Con-
our command. test" is exciting universal interest and
R. DeGeorge 'Treen, D. D.S., grad- is one ot the absorbing topics of the
uate of the Chicago College of Dental day. A Free Trip to Europe and(
Surgery, and late Superintendent and $800.00 for expenses is offered to who-
ever constructs the largest number of
Demonstrator of operative Dentistry English words from letters contained
in Denver University, will receive in thIe text. "The World's Fair."
patients at the Central Hotel. Dr. Additional prizes, consisting of an Ups
Treen brings with him a full oufit, right Grand Piano, valued at $400,
including gas apparatus -for painless Silver Tea-sets, Sewing Machines, and
i many other useful and valuable ar's
extraction of teeth. He refers to r tiles, will also be awarded in order of
merous patients in Cedar Key, where merit. A Special Prize of a 14 kt.
he has been kept busy for nearly two Gold Watch, valued at $50,00 will be
months. awarded to the girl or boy, under 6
years of age, sending in the largest
Societies for prevention of cruelty list. Everyone sending a list of not.
to animals have been organized in a less than 20 words will receive a prize.
few Florida cities, and our dumb anr As the winner of the first prize may
not care to make the extensive trip
imals are receiin more huane offered the option of 81,000.00 in cash
treatment than in times past. Boston is given. Send seven 2c. Stamps jori
is the centre of this great movement, Complete Rule-,. Premium Catalogue
and Mr. Geo. T. Angell has published and a sample copy of the beautifully
a book called "Ji3ack Beauty," which illustrated paper "The Home Fasci,
Su, nator. The contest is open to any
is creating a love and mercy for God 's ,
love and for God person in the ULnited Statesor Canada.
dumb creatures in many thousiunds of In case of ties on the largest list the
hearts daily. The book is having a first prize will be awarded to the one
wonderful sale, and we are glad to bearing the earlie-t postsrmark, dis-
learn that Miss Ice reads from it to tance, etc.,considered,
e o t s Address "T lie Home Fascinator," Mon.
the puiiis of tie Bronsn school every Ir'e-, Cllmania
Friday afternoon. Send for a copy to
Geo. T. AIngell, Prcsident, 19 Milk The TimnessDenmocrat three months
St., Boston. Price 10 cents, for only 25 cents.


To bless and to eomfobrt you too.
Our home here is lonely and dark,
And ot''we are hungry and cold;
But I shall go home to my mother to-night,
Wi'h -re pleasures are purer than gold.
0.! ather, dear father, once more
Of Jesus I pray you to think,
And when 1 am gone to my mother in
heaven,
0! father, please give up your drink.
O! Iat.her, dear father, once more
Please read in my Bible and think;
No (drur'lkard shall enter tlihe kingdom o0
heaveln-
O! God, keep my father from drink.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Oflice at G(ainesville, Fla.,
Mahrch- 7, 1891.
Notice is hereby given that the follow-
ing-named settler has liled notice of his in-
tention to mane linl proof in support ot
his claim, and that said proof will be mado
before J 1. lBareo, ('clenrk circuit court at
Bronson, Fla., on Mlay 5, 18)91, viz:
CIlARLIE TYSON, of Levyyille.
Fla.
Hd. 16012 for the Wy, of SE quarter and
E>2 of SW quarter See, 24 T. 12 1. IR. If E.
He names the following witnesses to
l1roe his coutiliuos residence upon, and
cultivation of, said land, viz:
John L. Harrow, W'. I, HIorn, A. M7. Ho-
gail, John Ostieni, of Levyville, Fla.
Alex. Lynchi, Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Office at Gainesville, Fl'.,1
March 7, 189 1.
iNoticee is thereby given that the follow-
ing-nmed settler has tiled notice of is iiin-
teindon to make iinal proof in support of
his claim, and that said proof will be made
before uames M. Iarco. clerk circuit court
at Bronsoni. Fla,,~on 31ay 6, 1891, viz:
WILLiAM P. MLAEOD, oftLovyville
Fla.,
lid. 16443 for tlhe Ei or SE quarter ilnnd E.
Y of NE quarter Sec. 12 T. 11 8. It. 114 E,
IHe names the following witnesses to
Prove his continuous residence upon,, and
cultivationl of, said and, viz:
2lmrini Griflifi. J..V Wise, J. D. Dykes,
John TW. Lock, ot Judson, Fla.
Alex. Lynch. ResiA-ter.
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NOTICE.
Land Office ilt Gainesville, Fin.
March 7, 189l.
Notice is hereby given that the following
named settler has tiled notice of hIis inten-
tion to make final proof in support of his
claim, a'id that said proof will e made be-
lore J. 31. IBarco, clerk Circuit Court at
Biroisonl, Fia., on iny 5, 1M111, viz.
JOHN K. GARRISON, of Bronson,
F'la..
lId. 16484 for the NM of NEY, Sec. 32 T. 11,
S. R. 17 E.
He names the following witnesses to
prove his con tillols residence upoll, and
cultivation of, said Iland, viz:
David Graham, ';r., W N. F',Arnld, J. C.
Wright, C. A. Hanson, ol'Bironsoni, 7Fla.
Alex. Lynch, llegister.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Office at Gainesville lTa .1
l'clbruary 19. 1891. j
Notice is herel)y given that the following
namedsettler hira fiied notice of his hiten-
tlOn 11to illake conlimlliationll proof ill support
of his claim, and that said pre.of will be
inideI beor'e leg'ister nid. J receiver at
Grinoesvilile, Fla.. onil April 15, 1891, viz:
JOHN 1!. McCORQUODALE, of Ar-
(elcer. Fla.,
Ild. 20207 for the NE'4 Saec.1ST. 12 S. 11. 18
E.
lie names the following witnesses to
prove his (contlitnuouls residence upolln and
culti vatio l'sii id land viz:
\ ,r Ih'1)oahld, Clrarles McDonalci, "W.
1. Bighami, Geo. F. McDonald, of Arciher,
Flai.
Alex. L,ynch. lRegister.
NOTICE.
Land Office at Gainesville, Fla.,
1"'ebrunry Ifl 191 .
SNotlice is herelov given that the following
iamed settler liha tiled notice of-his inten-
tion to minke ('lvllillltation prmof il slp)port
o01f is clim, and t hat said proof will be
made before i,,giste ....1 Receiver at
Gainesville, i' ila., on \- I -' 1891, viz :
iDANIEL MOORE, ;tf Williston, Fla.
Ild, 190(( 1for the 1,S ot N W' Sec. 34 T. 13
s. Ii. 18 E.
lie names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon, and
cultivation of, said laiid, viz:
iloyd Beamer, '. I. VWillis, J. N. WVillis,
J. B. Epperion, ofWilliston, ]Ill.
Alex. Lynch, HeSister.
NOTICE FORt UBLICA'IION.
LAND O'FICiE AT GAINESVILLE, FLA.,
lF'ebruary 9, 1891. I
Notice.is herelbyv givrn that tle following
nmled settler ha s tiled notice of hia'-inten-
tion to lkmalie linal proof in supportt oi his
claim, tt said hat 1preoofl ill be ilmalide ibe-
Core JudsIe, or in his al- se, n e, clork iveilit
court at BronIsO, ia., on lApril 9ithi, 1101,
viz:
CHAS. A. ITANSON, of Bronson,
Fin.,
lid. 10542 for thle WI/ of' NwV and w\V< of
\V'< SeT. 22 T. 11 S.i. 17 E.
Ile nimaies tile fo llwinrg wi riesses t
prove his 'oltin;i[us residence iliupori n and
cliltivatiol n of, said innld, vi::
I. V. Mlille; vJ. 11. BUtler, J. (C. Wright,
Johln K, oafr is of1, ro; 1b' .
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lllO *Sl lCV. >.-t 'ro-a "r o 'h* I *v '* *1 '',I'.l I i f"'i Eltt it toi n -it o itt n 'l ord iir wlo it!i Ie i tor
thl, t,[tlj I -ii "l.- li 'ei "C r up It jh- ,i' 1 t -' a 1 r -o P .. I i l ,l i s it \ I hI. no-.
ne t otro} .it op 'r'1.l In ttio', fri aid o"
oh -';r .- o he- ,, o1 i l ri i t tl taol'nI i hi totit go tl
f.,'l<-' ,d"+;:tpolmi- 4.^sal -;-* isttlo tol el- otwllidytae.te a; IiniPro
S .. *ll lu tor, Cllan jpnon. tlle tt re or ll, i.nua, rraltlo oi' e ,
rd erlt lh .r 1 d .of pra ,In to n aIl en. flui l .r i .W it! n i, tii .l i lityi-r rI r Oilita
i :t. orr, at, l o.oR1'e l,
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I. Ii. i. ,. .o l. a t lio ; tt. i r, Cnfo o tee, i Aro e,
t.'., t,, I t. fi t 'ea tu. eii ,..o to t ., .l A .r it, liioll tit nltin ln r ilo.tt t,,irlt.llt>t totilrh.ttto t hot ti end ttiii. I eintree, tei, one, i r ,Ip..r ttoitto rir f Sotan,
III t l."h l r I "' it II. llll I l'llI iit tr..ii ttihl tipit.iu tI. ttiL d i ll lr l I e e 0..i 0 ., h ,i h

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11o1 Itot1 tlutItti lr ihIt i. Itr (ahl I.t ioni lU ei tr rol ".il tn i f.rll Le of Ilkl ilr-u. s oel, la t. 'n. rrt.fio -ry, etop,

tit .'i.. 't t tr i s at U titrat ,, ginat . ran, n ttir, n1ithi ollei ar itrotrtle t llng oi c rtl pL e il

dto i oer it ouitr.t in l.l)n. It'pnn, tioroen e, < t! itt. t[l tel nt ait o ll. n. ll iloti gllrot
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A h ri u T I o l o fk. T t ellh .1 1b e ,ndor r oilly u0 h o n r .gne d
O tor.anrit ieril Dott I tra, .a tre oi tei p of F E I A I 1 tl0ICt ttl er ll oni o hd jIlt l


i, 1, i i t i, .it ,. ln lliih o f itw doa I ttt Ivlll llo rlh plluniert tni fora toflketi a ido u oa. e
en raltIt t,' ti taItit il, 4 Ito. ,titi. y l ,r ,irtot ote11. 1he I 1 rip, ge oe tt e


ll-ellot lt-lt l ll t io r.t I.ir t o rlli i l ol lt 0 lii it nall el ..i.: r, lll.o-i.Bi M il l ralt, oop rii i, 1 iio, ojle, u tni



wnrk enllgrol,Whlur le.n l .qrhe lh ilori0 re, {tltc .till oliw 1 l hes quf pkl], prfToris
renderOlefl wleli fl Itro vlriudtoai f etI toll it llil d, t ollltli ow tIoo et S e T le E l oewA. lel rent ore dttrlod itnd
rs1 1th111 f fil:* 14lt-111m r oti t1 oo1-"' n oefot tote per-nth.e reck",trr b insnet,'torloecsn..,.t*t.






To prl fre .ud lii atl ol iit i n li, r ilNAlIiflni e 1a T l Ynd .l rot and bealsll Ie Llli ,,i il
frte, Itel. orlo ottoo tteheti lte d i foloin hi lt l flowsrtt liht lllrtib, e ir- e ete.n e llt t



A I 1 AT.. Many lrl[ tr In ootorts' b ollr oii n e I kd terl w i iI.trl ditian ooral lahlni o t e ta or a.
,tuliuonlyl ti toryot t ioto drotne llo ogit k lhru eh le ltte fhIT it'I'o i L ANIe n MISCEhI, AhOuit n rcot.
tinforulAto oierniull it d. ,Au ll o t t tiy i p It i uut of u rl and ltrestl n rlUl on
iti rEollbl tIhont) reiudlt nvlluttla h ovit-ry l e cop hoktnicryln-liold 1 ho clie'- oy eh -le non arer, clal


1T11 .4 dsi noal ah rrnw hh n f tnh. pubhieh e o th e uai morth CyclIoal, l ,
foro ''l c nndei r tittnt t din tfir. I eek_ dinnertot p, l cng e ait oll f o hook i tlc uto l of te e lleaeten ud Tt rrhe orlea t lto


gtillopl' te indll t dokI theo mal 'v wlrlih t11 aey ilnt e te ofr hs c prkin pI N uoun rlota of tih wortdt Itr lns on f Ithe rhiolrng t
hiarly itB:e clllo thlogei do e llr a l e nU t, e l adT erold Prele doen llL vote fol a s ilat y ylr, Pral tinppr olll a utl- tlol
NorkNTIeoN At. loirielst' ltir llarlla y Inhowt ohe q olld dt l o d T OeLo., t O inl.
.tLng ei rl llitl of .reAcl venatll I ln o iu hi S tealat oool lllal A ad T clly o.f bodtaorel o ll inonwle nd
vluluhe, lhThrai. tl h Pl tll i P t Ellrl Light, m 5Ientu, T hor 1 srolr dlstn froluV rhlnto, a so
the relnK aur had. il Ttol ni, thi oTy Wrtorl t r Typo to a Nw Yorke o n plrt alutpoilit.oron uloglcltofryofd t e.
tcrE VlleyDiOA Nn ra nyell tor Alr i iatoo rlt o.lls vhll Vie looe, lot peawrl at o urt e fiot tIng ate r thg., e e
arnitmettre p osi ar o i ocki re rite relcmehrs', 'ItAL yeANDI bM1SCELiLANOi ll. to hertao





VIr.efnn )l o It note l of telo 1.d t lll.ihto h (t. ice. Is aturop l to Is g 'or agn trante t a ll n ititen o .lat etlo eInof aerld a ,
ItralgeWlitsh gln the t phiteolan ll o ffe, .I TI he w hor a stf "Iubli, ti onh e o t ye t e -
reld l u ltli lo itt l, dyin iweord ofig e w .lltIoo prth l o op At i o the Apoosted
e enod t itnikoItirot.r le b er teltI.nr ftrmgdpe t of thee t of e r tirriorle. and


T rIoVEL d c ndoi Irlpl ln voIntes of nl ok to ayt eott nf the l e, ti taloa t th 8 atooi l efthe goenrm ten h of the w trla, ll
ntAtyro ctllouiid, p i Cdelller friii, rite i cers r o te o teforeereteorouP rsf to l. it. "I
From NthI Do r lOVtlTmm .ry of ei eon tent J ln om e e.I pt ofwlt a rem k, tbesby ntd cereitlns, nheightrut l e andtl,



oIngi rnat worit aCTe of n na ilitin. tn ill taitle orl e orm Oof u-nieful to an onti rt.alnd ng l nolIy wlof he -uae, cl. tono.
rilly tkin 01 t oli t)hesT Pr<1 omt vo ltAbls e works Fo er publla hit in ota y toea or Aeitiuaee. No homWse thon d ba Wi.ls
rUCIt. Itl. k wnoril t'i ob lnp ultod Th e ry W aer with rType r to t1r i vlo rkout porplexlintp t qptroslon o thlIteIo dtantly
latinotMi relo nec to work is ioro euteorrtinrdprges, o r to of nirlruQtvSte.,

gBy special ta train cent "wih (l wre ,1publis er or fl e Madrfenqth Cyrof pn'dran ,
we arot etia!)!o r o iake o c, N a p sur.,-ri!)'rs ayngl readers tn e, n'ote!w ong extroi'-
dhRAry olnE t '.o: p o wit soe arl the M l I, .iitots f (be g l oadiang gcoirtilet it foie w r vol-.
elAT fori O e Years, Icne atri eipto of only 1.50, welt:h. is bl 50 c tS ioore
Froti oit o ra1c )t'tolar s.ribsieriiob olnltsrou, so l owttat a reim kacr ally ln ot titg i l arg nd a l
tvalul>!oe woin'kfo r ) ltie ti'CY lilina suim b!50 rited c it, Thii is a tirp r l offepir, a Ion
itrgl'rol bartawirh a i len it a o icaototre lo is to be e ton.a.led !0 twafi l goi'd our reatieo s
o relyoi leu'ksatle anI 0o"rvaittu nibe y. w tr hroyrpub i hi h li xltan ranoraoi.aNooer we hoeld b e to
oauig l o work thase our t.'tiiteior .'leaser o ll r al! a ou lr p rienlidp lqonat hnt ctn a otly
t hraillsotritlh Cyclaopn 'dia in, by to fo r'tt" otlndioiesau will a hear's sduibsdrip ion to o r oa-
atinu of this nyorkeat prkeinu iin ertt or. Tote h. se sub ritio have ot et ex-
" sir cl w oia l.lle i fnio will rc'with the blisaieroLt ti Cyeloptdia at tiitPec, adi'(
le air se bipit o m kts wiltl bi e ext rd S t iine ye';r a roni dr i o otl rxitI 'atNii. lxt eao-
d iinar ol Cu'fo lop : c ia will also be i 'ttiti free to i .l iy o pe se t eil ti ous a clr ol
i 0111e yearle lilabssuibess tlo u rlli pa er. A thi l'.s ;( l atletl i': get th lrg ald

gooir"kahe all opportli .DYOThoAu7,_gh this Lxtraor onaroN Fl opa.to





'ai57...


S i "? < o "> r-'--- -- Ev and k- O"tment,
S'' P.. ; ,!. f'7'' %' THE RESTOiAT:ON OF A STOLEN Acertain cvr for Chronic Sore Eyes,
,.j .A i...',-.- FORTUNE BY TIfE THiEF. Tetter, SaJ Bhe.m, L1cald Head, Old
"t- ..-,.: \&- ia ._ ----- ,Chronio Sores, Fe..er Sores, Eczema,
.. n, I ,l .. A ceremony Tiht Was fyby7d Man.y Itch, Frairie Scratches, S,;re ipples
ST o =srr--dohips of a Faminly Tlat r.1 :S. Is, it 3 COOing and oOthing.
I iSKIi t jal fau Been Tin bf-T- ie fBac ie anrse tsVndrds of ca-es ho-re b n cured by
It is with pleasure (hat we alnnolunce f- oLeD o, of the nhte". it after all other trce eent had failed.
Sl e e OD, Y i ..A25s and Ret bo.i-es for saic by
to our main tons thRit we have The truth of the old saying that fort- & Son, Bronsonb and
L une favors those who wai has agi n J. i jkF.ln & con, ronson, and
aahian marhe arranuremenits with hai / DNEYSt been "irsrated int eca eof Lal Wick-W. (:. A:d (.-wy, -Archer.
wide-awal-e iilustrated limagzine, thie BL3 A land, an old man 63 years of age, and an
Are they diseased, ? employo of the Ilinois Central railroad ,.
American Farme'r, published at Foit ; Is a question that a2ects your life. at McConnSll, some fifty miles north of sw S. r -c__ -n
Through the stomach-hence through the blood Mila., Tenn. The story rmads like a r -r ". : t -. .
Wayne, Ind., and reaid by iaill 200.- -can be cured all diseases of these organs. r r. '
0.-, (Wooidrlidge's romanc. T.her. r..eided in tie city of :.. ... 1
0()0 faillners. by which that rciat pi- Wonderful Aber3-n, Scotland, seventeen years ago *. -,
1'og lt s l, cure), a ri-h ald prosperous jeweler, MIr. Lal- '- o- e
ation wil 1 Fale ;-t. T Bnd Wicham, a man of family, which To cure riliousnnes, Silcin1l'rdache, Consti-
SI tn .y ur b ,00BWOOLDRIDGE WS 0 DERFUL GIlE C0.W co.l:;iLtod of himself, his wife, three sons nation, Maiaria, Liver Coripiatnts, tako
to l oe address of ally oft of siltb'cl'. COLUi3US, CA. i n ct--t rn
WO31 1SALM E B ALL DLUGGISTS. andt t-iree danghtera. the sileand e'n relmedy,
hers who will come in and pay iup all The name of the eldest son was John, r "
-a '^ A and he was engaged to a yount.r h:dy of ; ':1:. '
aearags on sscripto and one .. his ative city by t enamo of Craig,ne I .
.ar ,'afrondateadto a- of the foremost of the beautiful Scotch i- I '. .
a .- c, :-.a r_ .c.. a, t). -it :o ,- maidens of Aberdeen. Their marriage ..-- .
tiew suibSeribll's wiho winl ai 0o110 was only deferred on account of some t' ,Pieg??:&.',%;.e.! (-l',-.nsa-.o
-i,i.. 1 ii i s hr.r tctioyifI. be. iY I lI o i,-N R
y( ar inadvance--t. This is a grand 1 a brt.. ... i no iintohiswif 's -
opportunity to obain a first-cla.- .i : ...-*'AI. r-oom, grea-y agitated, and exclaimed:
r A tngft h "ay, we are ruined-itterly rind!. ..., :.,-,,,
tarii journal FREE! The Anericai The shop has been broken into and at o ':, ,S.,3y.,0safl.sti tt A "Ls t.
Or any q:.ice-so vo c5a the Thro.t and u ngs least 13,000 worth of plate and jewelry .
Farear is a large 16-1piageo journal, of' re ruifinbera, l., d a of ,tre ni- o ,, carried off. I haveo been with the (e-
f l .i ftt' owr-r, ys ca be ireltied a CS-y tectives thron4p a d the holes in the city,
ainal circulation, and ranks mong but Wfound-no trace of the thief or o ;
the leading agricilt.iral papers th Ti dtectives ti the
LX-- '. 'j U t goodCs will nover be discovered, and we ;rrr-...-:.,', '/ '-...

culture, and the rights and privileges ,.. n boryT occurred Jlohn Wicoland M. r & io& '
clte, q~lesthohl Ot (u'cltiath itd priv ~c- -~ .> 1*'a. < *x "'I are ruind if i is sotWhe nethisprive an- Pt-0 d K..
Londou, ad heo real the news in a Lo- D. M. FERRY & co
of that vast body of citizons--Alneri- P don nowsp-er. He hirrTied home and Illustrated, DescriptivepandP ic
P L.-r OIL found the.-ani-y .s.ati gftdJsto distreia. SEED AN UAL;
ican fariners-whose industry is the ,- suxa A Ew -car or.1891 will be mailed FARE"E
SWith ypophoSphit 'For many u days t Wickl ands indedged to all applicants, and to last season's
i I cusomueora. It is better than eicr.-
basis of alll material and national PAILATA ALE AS 3tic.l, thhemsiAlves in tho hope that some clew Every person using Garden,
prosperity. Its highest purpose is Ask for srotts cmuodston,t, e ltt4 no es- would be foraid to the rlobhbrs and their Fl owner or /w/ eds, j
planat;o.- or' aoiicitation i.o ,.,ce yof to precious wcdlth be roatoi-ed to th-,m. D. M'. FERRtY & CO.
Lthe elevation anrd ennoblhin of agri- acept a s t..,,e. These hopes wore never realized. T -n DvETROIT, MIC-K -
Sold tby ll rihle,. ,,-robbery, as I-he polic ail ,' had been Largest Seedsmen in the world .
culture thoigh, the lighor and OTT ~O NE, lm.-'ets .Y, cleverly anl ci0any done. No trace of
broader education of mnct1 and women ... the perpetrators or any part of the prop-
-..-"'-"- erty was ever discovered.
engaged in its pursuits. The regular .-. -- Inthe mactimle Wicidand had paid
subscription price of the A.inerican -. ': ,all hi onttandmg debts, and found
S. .. .. .. hise a paper without a sixpence. He -
Farier is $1 per anui. ITF COSTS mih- '-,'t havo urged the robbery as--a plea
for bmlzraptcy, brt ho was too coascien- C ni
YOU NOTHING! Fromn any one ', ;: -'-ert)o hnk of sch a course, so
inimber can be obtained that which "- his do.to t lat penny. The -
-'| ,,"". ;. ,' ..''; t'., outtr ru"in which had overtaken the I
w ill be worth thrice the snbscripflon WtiolaWntdpctstp d the proposed union o !ATA,-TCaE!Th:
S.between John and Miss Craig. and Mr. i :PIST:
to your niembers of your household, W-.';--"...." =-icl-land strnugled on for a few years. i WOGDwVSRS
yvet-o-.i get it FREE! Call .wid see ">%n-i- : his son Joha ,is4bi-ing him all the whilo, 1oMc cBIQZMaePf6lcfE
t Iet t-le -."'. .."6 .T i *i : '., !j but they coaid n
I Ab out t!s ta thousands of pewpk
ein wero leaving the Ad countries of Europe
ai1 and h-uling for America. Mr. Wick-
land caught the emigration fever anid
longed to come to this country. He -old
all his personal effects, and securing
steerp-,go pasagore for his family landed t
IN Nev York. He had some moeyand it.' A
wont f, P. beag'-: ito realize that he rm
Bn m "o -iiw atoel -tnahng to do. -JW' 1 f fl^ flf
K a left New York and went to St.
SLouis. When they arrived min that city, A m
`- s a-;g ff V rn yeaxs ago, t e ha-d very f; '
.i r......'t y-e"'s a.rit.n t y Every Machine has a
4,ra .'t-if li'tl- .. .t--*" .** t t Tb t boya found em plo n e dropla'f, fancy cove h s
44' ,asha lands oa othe railroad. In 1883 ty drop lea, fancy cover,
came to ( O, He., d t he boys yd large er with n rugs, and full
MtitlSedset of Atracteltwt-'fl Pto i danger Ma-
82 Ach, trt Philad'a.x P there, while the old gentletmran seorred a cne t ol' from ge l, Canvnsers.
-t 0 Arch ,Sroot, Phtlacd'a, Pa position further south, at McConnell, as Ii'h t, [I, Ain iacine hars a selffsetting nee-
-".., For Cosui b0 ul0riuL)1hL.t1tma, Brojiilt 1S,,. ir::lj track walker aad kecir of the tanks in die and se;lt re..iing sh Ale. A tri' iu you
--'"'1 f r 7 tha aiy, hone 1,l .nr. pa-.y lnt ia., a^ed. B'u, y direct ot
.' ,' .- Calil il, rru ,, HaYJ FU 1,'l ul., lbilty, R ll tat HA PIN. SSS AT AST. hoe'l Ituf rc, n--i a a its-profits be
%'.c:L---I-- -1: io..iJ, :1I'. TL-'. L CL- ro--n.- For years they have battled with difa- sides get.in, ctrtiicas teof v.N-ratee for fiv
:.'1Ji a-0 l Nm-c. -LiOT- -.. cuhii-s. During all this time Jolm and years. Sgni ,r eise ft,n a' otf i business
!'.-".j 3 -T' -.aLTeJo' Miss (.i'aig hept up corresIpodence until man as reo r,:rcne and we will ship one at once.
-'y- -*" 2-ht 'Drs 'Starkey & Palen's oelIec records in Novem el ; 18 ), Miss Craig wa CO1 i Co
F low ovYr 5f,000I cases iln hil their Coinll- agreeably surprised at tihe suddenly and 269 S.Ti A S t.,. iit t :a2ti 1ita
c.t'0' ,unu OxyoeniiTrarll(-tpt ihas leeun used by tu-Rxpcted appearance in his native city ........
Phlls Bicsns in their practice and by invilids.! of John \iVckland, who bore the joyful ,.... .v
netrsitdly, 1)5I' ll&ic"t ,tiySit 'it sInl'intelligence-that his family, their fortune -.-- -- i. .:
u it a mm t"M Lhou" ma eelsI d *tg Iioref 111t l1itd .1I.0'O ittl) tiiv nlis. ta".i- "..telligon t-J,,-,,- in i. e out
.. Dr t:irkt- y & Si 'alo i h'ltve the liberty to retired, wonldsoon bo inm their old home ti.,< i'iiF to
I he Ti mfes Dcnzocrat and refer to the tollowitni ntul nt i we!S-inown NooW w Is iof ... i.; i-t ii-.'i ..
1,ersons wli have trii'd this T rett tt. This hiypy termination came out in ... -i., i t,.
lit-v. Osgo o.d A. l, c-rby,-ohcitlet)ia, S.tC.i,
JudCJh e'S L ibraCottel T. I,. Otr ti, eolIer Lau e this wie: A mnan u.umed Johnson located
vil e ll-rtll, hLloootS S. :5. hiniotelf a1 McCsonnel as a tuiertho.nt, '. ."".
Ont'' 15 t ey1. F. (lireitzbtI.i., (lCavtei, S". ( ring a igphmtation and supply store. .' '
o. $].o, tev. jthn in. Geirtut, t1oluntiht tn ois Health inl ready money was the telk
t tI r. hi1) il.lediittto r$l.5 fo rC lu'l;tht'l ,. I_ .c", ... t ,-,ttt, ;,'-'
Everybody who will send $1..50 for Ni,. 11 i oluul. ". of the town. e sold goods rapidly i ...'
a are'ss sulyscrittiotl thi' r i-I)Etr a e l ti. i >ltonstIni, T:tli,"o. N, c. mado money hand over fist. He took te,;
(31 wil re0v. S. P'. clvi, h1r1Soii, Athntus, (Gra. grellit interest in thttg th W icklands ldi l i.* ,rii
CRAT will receive, ll addition to or JohnJ. T"Iason.. D., Co! ua, Gn seemed to evince especial interest in the nt ; .
r ( i ) IC 1".P t.'on Ih D.. u1). -gan-ita, (4a., ,,,r,,t..,ii-ti t '-it1 .,t' it: i n o
paper, tie famous unihorn tl montlily Eli. en||e Home aIzie facts rolating to their robbery anid utter ot!.t*i; :-';'- .',
_ia zic called t g s Liblrar. 'i:'iii;ittta Or. rtin. It ftinaly came out that Johnson so ; .,,
for one year. This ofier is lade lo itv. I'. 1l. Kendall, ?Jacon, Ga. had been a pisotn bird and the cold ... .
bot oe re win oldsscripion. ii, ient En both tho, t e be ing old s bsrip tiun- 4c ll! 3 iI iiOi, ,; 1), (ti ot 'e iad, to wha e was pytg a .t- ...- '
and to those beco,-ing sulbscrirs .v. E. J. r, ., n, This o o nel hi, and i -e i "t. i A
for tie first. linp. No other ppeor in I ;ev. Jo-;)' Aii1>rso D. n., editor hle oant for the old gentlminan to come to .-
thi COlltiY is able [o Illitk sub crib- 1ti't -la bhi isitt i tAlvA.oca te, Lei tlat I itt
ers is .. Bowen, editor ''iorian Tai llah'ss- Thilr i torview lasted two hours. At ..- i ," :...- *
havi og" seetl Oll the Cextciu sive iglht lo "W. jortnnt. lnati.Nn,t at .. lenthi Jolh.nson co wfossed that ir was ihe :
"tit's t f V 1n 1 II. r'.wiel;t, eOilitor (hilton View, who .Lad robbed Wicklapnd of his weoin, xT-Ask for catalone.
ciil> with "Judle's Library" for Iis ol-tol; Atn. and coming to this country had torbied T" r., 'iO.. NAsvt -,. TE-t.i.
vicitilv. "JudotIC'S Librlary" is a ;ei','v., hn P. Grioorty, ih'tninlgbitim, Ala his posonsions. Le gave tho oldt man
st" le- A h >,t" 1't W iltAttlls, O fofr :\(1t, II leiso'I-!i-h t-to)- Iefeal'
Z, monthly ii atgaziiweof tifuni, the sub- I-te. -:.'y e, 3 o fc.l to;nrv, Ala I hisce- 1 or 0 000. So soou as this .. l'-" .i"'", ti f
seripfion pricj of w iuh ao ill ell is $1.03. Ap,1 t iot tIs ti' ol eOr i t a app thers Wicklandis decided to re-- -.t "... .. ..... ',, rAi y
it e- :12 ott4(i, (ii 11 Ito lrit Iou ; ".1 turn to their nitltive land. Wien- John- C m "- ta tt.t.i. 1.. It... l.a.. ....., i..a,,.
it cot a|,ins p s 01 humorOU 0t n yonli iti i.:ow wtoti m it htiscur- son heard of their determination lie in- ,.00 i; t i.. o ,;,,,- o 'lurtt,
ihllsllrtt;ons tnd g luiiali, loa' rdiwheie iliths Itored :ti wl vicilzet l pi,- Listed on paying their passage b-ock to -;'n': th'e pa""'b
tof ihiclh ,ludfige's" t ls ii o .t arif lsatni l I ti t l re Ot ito' rt- Iiar o*-r COenl to h i,
W ritI S t ro Co tf'ibt 1o1s, ant d is lhialv c'htieI r ii) iu-t taIs c i:iint rng thisto poftiS The strangest feature of the affair wai --' ,a a.'.- .eS
rhted ad1 bod in h ] if vd-l wiUll oc1 t -t po1s811 to that Johnson inlnediately sold out Ril .
t'itlti tid ti Ill Itl 1 sto -r. i''A ',Y *,i'. his beiongitlgs ni1d went back to tScot- p-.- .
colored covers. It is a condelsattOl, No. 1.qi A'rch otreet l-ii :.>dhin. Pa. land a moath after the family of Wick- -'" ..* '
ill fact, of "Jutidgo's brightest h111or. r a h ltt rliet turnedd, nad a letterr from him .'.-- .."'.-
Loo,._k- t. t i -- ".' to to fi1cinl anaiu.n'iang his smarni;hio to .- "
0.. .. I Miss Lucy Wickland, eldest danghtor of /-- ,...-; '. "
....i.*T "" (- 1 theo man vwhie.n h. had ronb- i, has been -. '' ; .
iigeS-D oiATrar on, year 1.00 yea -.. .. .. -." r' .r ecelvcd.--St. Lonis U.ioibo-lD.scrat. ..- .--"-. ; ,. -

W while we g'ivo both fort 1.50 '- "' .-, .i t, 237 a ,- .... Tork, flo lai G( il ltneason to i-' Af--il. -' ;..*.;.0 *. .. .,,
"Your tnciao," said a frie-ld to a young .,''-'"'- -, -. ;. 1 '
*.- j. .*," fellow who h.as great expctctions from ; -" :" -, --- - -
Sa rich uncle, "told.ine today he wa go- .. ,
.e-c* ing to seck Ia cuan :e of air." ." .. . .
A Liberal OlTer. Only ,2.50 "- ; '. .: "What? Oh, don't 0ayit. Not that, ..' ..,.', -
-iuo IA- ...... '... .. of all things. VWhat would hIavo poa- -. .,, ...
n ,i s : -" _. c s iess d h int to d o icf'" '" '- -- -- .
The T ies-D-ticrat .. o what?" I -
_' ,,, ; I **- ~ :] e-ontlrtt ; .-ft. 0. i"Look for a chtia ge of heir."--St. Jo- -
aind DEMItOREST 's FAMILY MA\AZINE. *I''..*... ,l,.-4 ..., 5bA.4 B o Bapol Nte-.-


Seldt your suubscriptlionila to this office. *-r. t r, ... ,..... ir.' rr .e ia o f l e- s r ,,.'..,oomtie- t
S.:;-;.. ; ..Itpa tbat out of 0,800 letters ..
posted by the b:nkf Er'hid authori- ''' ...
ines no'tifyin.g the conversion of sttoiki, 1no1 i i ou Ito
-. I -,I fewer than I2,'7 were reoturn-ed ti;-o.u h ti ; 1 tt O -to
The Rural Call free to those wio f- tthe dwod tter w-Iee, owing to thge
pay up old dues and one year in ,ad- -. .'' I of address, and the bank learned fori .hs ,.. : ..-,..
vance, i .. first time ta h .ondreas of stcd ,;tilcers ..'tf .,...' ..
were dead and t:.d r-o known.