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 23, 1891
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Bronson (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Levy County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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).
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0 VOL. IX. NO 20.

The Times-Dsmocrat 'FARM AND HOUSEHOLD,

County Judge-lien Friedrnmn.
Clerk Circuit Court -J. M. Barco.
Sheritf-W. It. Bighnnm.
Collector-W. H. Anderson.
Assessor-T. J. Prevatt,
Treasurer-T. W- hands.
Supt. of Schools-S. Philips.
Governor -F. P. Fleming, Tallabhassee.
Secretary of State--Joblhn L. Crawford,
Attorney General--W. B. Lamar Mouti
Treasurer-P'. J. Pons, Sandersnn.
Commiseioner of Lands-L. B. Womb-
well, Ta!lahassee.
Coinptrotiler-W. 1). Barues, Tallahassee.
Adjatant-General--David Lang, Cedar
Supt. of Public Instructioln-A.. J. Rus-
sell, 'Talltahassee
Snprene Court-A. E.- Maxwell, Chief
Justice; Get). P. lRanev, H, L. Mitchell,
J edges; R. W. WVilson, Clerk, 'Trallahassee.
Circuit Court, Fifth Jli(icial Circuit-J,
J. Finley, Jude, Ociala; State's Attorney.
W. L. Wigg, Palatka. ,
Register-Alex Lyvncn.
Receiver-V. .J. Shipinan.
Surveyor-Gencral--W. 1). Bloxham, Ti'l-

of-0essioiaal C1ar--ds
B EST Material, Best work nuaro nte-d
GOLD FILLINGa[NG ;In..in..l.. Al'
work promptly attended to Correspon-
dence solicited. dec 11 ly.

Prompt and careful attention given
to business. ly
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r '"''*W1il give aill J lis for oillemti:.i
sent me, specla nti',tioor.

V^or't'ages, ,

&o appro3r'o 'ei..

1]ijEtl B. COULTnEL,

Solicitor in Chancery.

Practice in all courts, office in TIMES-
DEMOCtAT building.

Deanlam & Glisson,

Blaokismithis, Gunsmiths

Are prepared to do any and all kinds
Such as Repairing BUGGIES WAGON
Plows, Ewc., at short notice.
y"Wagon making a specialty.

S. 1. SI 1

-3-MSr--( ,:o :)- A.-
ie. -i h, h'pi4 d a general assortinel
of Ladies', Misses' and Chihldens
St W ElTC.,
of the latest styles. Aiso a full lin

The Times-Democrat three mouths
for only 25 cents.

The Americanu Faimer is just the
periodical 1ar our farmer friends. It
is a splernddi magazine devoted to the
tarm'and farming. The subscription
price is one dollar per year, but don't
fret that we send it to you FREE !I


President--C. W. McElroy, Judson.
Secretary-J.'Cox, Bronsou.
Bronson-D. U. AMarstellar, presi-
dent; 0. Richardson, secretary.
Blitchi-W. H. II. Blitch. president;
N. B. Plunmner, secretary.
'Cow Pen Seat-C, D. Craig, pres.
.Ellzcy-C. D. Parkenson, pres.;
Ishain Thornton, sec.
Iron Sink-Louis Appel, pres.; J.
L. Barrow, sec.
Johpso|-Y-W. 11. Stephens, pres.;
L. E. Johnson, sec.
Liberty-J. L. Cut ry, pres.; Wm-i
Watts, sec.
Orange lHil-Hion. N. A. Blitch,
pres.; Geo. W..Willis, sec.
Pine Level-J. T. Allen, pres.; J.
W. Dl)rrcnce, sew,
Riverside-J. M. Love, pres.; G.
W1. Fletcher, sec.
Rocky Hlaminock-S. HI. Worthing-;
ton, pres.; W. G. Hludson, sec.
Privilege-S. S. Walker, pres.; D.
S. Walker, see,
Shell Pond- "
Union-Isaac II. Swindal, prs,;
lMiss Julia Smith, sec.
Way Key-Joh B. Smith, press ;
J.1ll. Davies, see. s


Let eyery Alliance brother seriously
,r".'iound this question to himself when
iin talizinz over his disappointment,
or in recanting the woeskwhich his vo-
cntion has suffered. It is well thag
.you read, study and, ponder over the
situation; that you should know your
rights and then dare defend them.
You ought to know, and will know,
the manly efforts that your chosen
,leaders are now making to relieveyou.
Everything that true patriotism and
intelligence can do for your amelior-
ation is being done by these rave
hearts. They are entitled to your con-
fidence. You should have faith in
their work.
But these herculean efforts will avail
nothing if you depend upon them alone
and not yourself. Now is the time
that every power of the mind and ev-
ery energy should be brought into full
exercise. Let us no longer brood
over the darkness of the past night,
nor sigh oyer the bright hopes which
were blasted. it is the living present
with which we have to deal, and the
possibilities of the future. It is our
homes and firesides that are involved
in the impending struggle. Ilave we
eet our homes aright? is the all-inspir-
ing question. Have you do,'e all in
your power to make farming profitable
and home a haven?
When you call on the government
fcr, tariff protection, have you pro,
vided protection for your cow against
the rain, storm and hunger?
When you ask the government to
give you the "substreasury" system,
through which money is to become
cheap and abundant, have you, by in-
dustry and economy, converted into
cash all the moneyed crops of which
your farm is capable of producing?
When you ask the Legislature to
haye commercial fertilzers inspected
and analized for your protection, haye
you used-the cow brand any? Have
you raked up your cow lot in six
months? Raked your fence corners?
Ever hauled in leaf mould and taken
care of the ashes? You have clamored
for a State department of agriculture.
Do you take any agricultui'al or live
stock journals? Do you take this pa-,
per The TIrES-DEMocnAT--devoted
to your interests? If not, why not?
Did you ever try to improve your live
thoroughbred- bull? Did you ever
diversify your crops, and not bank on
one alone?
Do you fence in your stock and feed
them at, home? -Or do you find it more
convenient and profitable to have your

neighbor do the feeding-by their run-
ning at large?
I Did you ever hear of silo? And
have you the most remote idea of what
it is for? In buying commercial fer.
tilizers, did you know that your land
needed that kind? If you bought on
a credit and got the wrong kinfl; how
are you going to pull through?
Are you sure that your soil natur,
ally is not full of phosphate of lime?
And yju have gone and bought more
-not needed?
Have you any well settled purpose
in view, anyhow? Don't you feel like
the lost mariner without chart or com-
pass, drifting upon an unknown
Brother, may the home-thrusts go
down into your very boots, and awaken
in you a full consciousness of your
faults-the fault of ignorance and the
fault of indolence--millstones around
your neck. Wake up from your long
night of sleep and witness the dawn
that is breaking. It comes to give
light, comfort and cheer.

As the season moves swiftly toward
the boundary lines that lie between
winter and spring, it frequently hap-
pens that the human system, which
has borne the strain of winter, shows
signs of relaxation. In all ages this
period has been noted as a dangerous
one, especially to those who have weak
constitutions. A course of the great
blood purifier and tonic, b. S. S., will
enable the most delicate to face the
season's changes with impunity. It is
a medicine that not only strengthens
the weak and the delicate, but is an

-additional safeguard for those who
m.aalider themselves strong.

Mir. Grout of Iron river, Wisconsin,
reports that deer are so numerous in
his locality that they come during
the night to within twenty feet of his
house. "Last week two bucks got to
fighting and one of them killed the
other. The defeated buck, when
found, was bleeding from a hole in bis
side, which his opponent made with
its horns."

For a number of years I have been
subject to violent attacks of inflamma-
vtoryrheumatistm which generally lasted
about'two months. On the first of
this month I was attacked in the knee
and suffered severely for two days,
when I procured a bottle of Chamber-
lain's Pain Balm and it relieved me
almost instantly. I therefore most
cheerfully recommend it to those who
are similarly afflicted everywhere.--
RI. D. Whitley, Martindale, N. C.,
Feb. 1888, Mr. Whitley'is d very
prominent man in this place and his
disease was very widely known as lie
suffered such severe pain. W. M.
Housto'd & Co., Merchants, Martin-
dale, N. C. 50 cent bottles for sale
by J. M. Jackson & Son, Bronson;
and W. C. Andrews, Archer.

Will White planted fifty tangerine
trees for Dr. E. A. Jelks at Oviedo
three years ago. This year he sold
$415 worth of oranges from these trees,

Deafness Can't be Cured
by local applications, as they cannot
reach the diseased portion of the car.
Th6re is only one way to cure deaf-
ness, and that is by constitutional :
remedies. Deafness is caused by ant
inflamed condition of the mucous lin-
ing of the Eustachian Tube. When t
the tube gets inflamed you haye a
rumbling sound or imperfect hearing,
and when it is entirely closed, deaf-
ness is the result, and unless the in-
flammation can be taken out and this f
tube restored to it liormal condition,
hearing will be destroyed forever;
nine cases out of ten are caused by
catarirl, which is nothing but an in-
flanied 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-
Hall's Catarrh Oure. Send for circu-
lars, free. F. J. CHENEY & CO.,
Toledo, 0..
Sold by druggists, 75 cents,

TALLAHASSEE, Fia., April 14.--In
the senate to-day the following bills
were introduced;
By Senator Coulter, to punish per-
sons for failure to aid an officer in ar-
resting persons or in serving or exe.
cutting legal processes,
By Senator Johnson, to make it un-
lawful to hunt deer in the night time
by fire-light, and fixing a penalty
By Senator Rosborough, for the re-
lief of the First National back of
Senator Browne's interest bill fixes
the maximum rate at 10 per cent. per
annum, with penalties ot the forfeiture
of interest and principle and the relief
of the debtor from his obligation.
When no other rate of interest is
named, 6 percent only can be charged.
The judiciary committee reported
favorably on senate bill fixing sheriff's
fees, with amendments, which were
The militia bill was also reported
favorably by the military committee
with an amendment, and was adopted.
A discussion was had when the two
cigarette bills came up on their second
reading. Senator Summers' bill had
been reported favorably-that of Sen-
ator Coulter unfavorably. The com-
mittee amendments to the Summers'
bill were concurred in, and then Sen-
ator, Coulter bobbed up with a substi-
tute bill whose adoption he moved.
Senator Summers criticised the sub-
stitute because.it did not provide for
the punishment of boys using cigar-
ettes, and several senators spoke on
either side. On the motion to adopt
the substitute bill there was a tie yote,
aiidSenator Wall, who was presiding
at the time, voted for the'ubstitute.
The new bill was recommitted.
A resolution providing for a ioint
committee on public roads and high-'
ways was passed, and the president
appointed Senators McKinne, Coulter
and Hammond for the senate.
The committee on agriculture rev
ported unfavorably on the, bill in aid
>f societies for prevention of cruelty to
animals; unfavorably upon the bill to
prevent the malicious burning of 'for-
ests; favorably upon the bill to pros.
hibit the leaving open of pits and holes
outside of enclosures; favorably upon k
bill No. 37 for the protection ofgame;
and unfavorably upon No. 72, for the e
protection of game, a
The committee on finance and tax- ]
nation reported favorably on the bill
requiring abstractors to pay a license c
ax, and unfavorably on the bill in a
elation to lands heretofore subject to I
ale for nonispayment of taxes. a
TALLAHASSEE, Fla., April 15.- r
Hinder the roll-call of the senate tli p
allowing new bills were introduced:
By Senator Borden, "To establish a
xed rate of interest for the state of
This bill fixes the legal rate of in-
erest at 6 per' cent-no more, no less. ,
rhe passage of this bill could prevent s
borrower from hiring money at 1 per i
ent per annum, or 5 per cent per s
mnum. The bill is inflexible in its 6 b
er cent provision. t]
By senator Rogers, "For the levy of b
i immigration tax and to provide for r
he collection, arrangements and dis- r'
lay of the products and resources of h
le state of Florida at the World's b
olumbian exposition of 1893-" This S
ill provides for the appointment by A
te governor of a board of Worl's
i'r managers for Florida, to consist
f three citizens. The appointments
re to be made within thirty days after
ie passage of the bill; the board shall
organize with a president, vice-presi-
ent and a secretary and treasurer;, the
treasurer must give a $10,000 bond;
compensation shall be $ per day when
actually engaged, and transportation
expenses; the board can appoint an
executive commissioner and fix his
ulary, subject to the approval of the
over nor; the men and wolxien cornm.

missioners for Florida already appoint-
ed by the. national body shall be ex-
officio members ot the state board; this
board shall have full authority over
all matters in relation to Florida's
participation in the worlds fair; "for
carrying out the provisions of this act,
and for the promotion of .immigration
into the state, there shall be levied
upon the real and personal property of
the different counties of the state for
the yea( 1892 a tax of one mill upon
the dollar, and for the year 1893, a i
tax of one mill upon, the dollar, which
said amount shall be paid into the
treasury of the state to the credit of the
bureau of immigration." 1
The following new bills were intro'
duced in the house:
By Mr. Carter, to revoke and abol.
ish the present municipal government I
of Gainesville in certain respects, and
to organize a city government. c
By Mr. Parker, to repeal chapter
3856, the same being an act to estab,
lish a bureau of immigration for the
state of Florida. s
By Mr. Hicks, to revoke and abolish [
the municipal government of the city
of Apalachicola and organize a city
government for the same.
By Mr. Hocker, to regulate the
method of selecting and empaneling
juries for the trial of o offenses which,
as alleged in the indictment, are pun-
ishable with death. ti
By Mr. Summerlin, to prohibit a
hunting without a license, ana a pen- o
ally thereof.
By Mr. Young, to amend section 3 s
of chapter 3828, approved June 3,
1889, entitled an act for the appoint- ti
ment of a state chemist and inspector -
of fertilizers. ft
By Mr. Clark, for the levy of an C
immigration tax and to provide for w
the collection, arrangement and dis- a
play of the products and resources of m
the state of Florida at the World's A
Columbian exposition ot 1893,1 At
By Mr. Usina, to reWard persons fl
for killing certain beasts of prey.
The finance committee reported fa- ti
vorably on the bill presenting a mode g
whereby counties may erect court
houses, etc. d
The judiciary committee reported p:
unfavorably on house bill No. 2, on B
the payment of juries and witnesses.
The joint resolution for the appoint-
ment of a committee to visit the East w
Florida Seminary was passed unani-
mously. h
(Continued on page two.)

Electric Bitters. cl
This remedy is becoming so wellR
known and so popular as to need no pe
special mention. All who have used w]
Electric Bitters sing the same song of
praise.-A purer medicine does note
exist and it is iruaranteed to do ea
all that is claimed. Electric Bitters M
will cure all diseases of the Liver ad C.
Kidneys, will remove Pimples, Boils,
Salt Rheum, and other affections
caused by impure blood.-Will drive
Malaria from ithe system and i:revent wi
as well as cure all Malarial fevers.
For cure of Headache, Constipation
and Indiitestion try Electric Bitters.
Entire Satisfaction Guaranteed or
money refutnded. Price 5Octs and $1 of
per bottle at J. M. Jackson's Drug be
Every time a man gets the small- TI
pox the more likely it is to kill him. su
For years the editor of the Bur- co
ington Junctin, (Mo.,) Post, has been to
subject to cramp colic or fits of in
indigestion, which prostrated him for ha
several hours and unfitted him ror an
business for two or three days. For If:
St r
he past year he has been using Cham- ,ti
berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar- soI
hoea Remedy whenever occasion
required, and it has invariably given
im Drompt relief. 25 and 50 cent
bottles for sale by J. M. Jackson & fre
on, Brenson; and W. C. Andrews, Di
richer. tal

Highest of all in Leavening Power.-TU. S. Gov't Report, Aug. r7, 88g

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Talking of patent medicines-you
know the old prejudice. And the
doctors-some of them are between
you and us, 'Ihey would like you to
think that what's cured thousands
won't cure you. You'd believe in pas
tent medicines if they didn't profess
to cure everything-and so, between
the experiments of doctors, and the
experiments of patent medicines that
are sold only because there's money in
the "stuff," you lose faith in every.
And, you can't always tell the pre-
scription that cures by what you read
in the papers, So, perhaps, there's
no better way to sell a remedy, than
;o tell the truth about it, and take tlie
risk of its doing just what it professes
;o do.
That's what the World's Dispensary
Medical Association, ot Buffalo, N.Y.,
does with Dr. Pierce's Golden Medi.
cal Discovery and Dr, Pierce's Favor-
te Prescription.
If they don't do what their makers
ay they'll do-you get your money

We are never so weak as when we
think we are very' strong!

An old physician, retired from prac-
ice, having had placed in his hands, by
a East India missionary the formula
t a simple vegetable remedy for Ihe
peedy and permanent cure of Con-
umption, Bronchitis, Catarrh. As-
thma and all throat and Lung AffeeC
ions, also a positive and radical cure
or Nervous Debility and all Nervous
Complaints, after having tested its
vonde.tful curative powers it thous-
uds of cases, his felt it his duty to
hake it known to his sutfering fellows,
actuated by this motive and a desire
o relieve human sufferingJ will send.
roe of charge, to all Who desire it,
his recipe, in German, French or En-
lish, with full directions for prepar-
ig and using. Sant by mail by ad-
ressing with stamp, naming this
aper. W, A. Noyes, 820 Powers'
lock, Rochester, N. Y.

A man who can pay his debt and
on't do it, would steal if he was sure
e wouldn't be caught at it.

The promptness and certainty of it's
ares have made Chamberlain's Cough
emedy famous. It is intended es.
ecially for coughs, colds, croup and
hooping cough, and is the most ,ef.
ctual remedy Known for these dis-
ases. 50 cent bottles for sale by 'J.
Jackson & Son, Bronson; and W,.
Andrews, Archer.

You can never become contented
thout being thankful,

A Wonder Wo',er.
Mr. Frank Ilulfmai, a youUg man
Burlinggton, Ohio, states thatuho had
en under the care of two prominent
Lysicians, and used their treatment
itil le was not able to get around.
lev pronounced his case to be coin-
mptiotn and incurable, lie was
rsuaded to try Dr. King's New Dis-
very for Consumption, Coughs and
)lds and at that time was not able
walk across the street without rest-
g'. lie found, before he had ii.-ld
fit of a dollar bottle, that'he a wa
iuh better; he cominued to use it
d is to-day enjoying good health.
you have any throat, lung or .chest
cuble try it. Weguarantee satisfac-
(n. Trial bottles free at J. M, Jack-
n's drug store.

A JHI.'MI.'.
Our great offer of the Rural Call
;e in connection with the TIMES-
EMOCRAT is surely a hummer, and is
king like wildfire. Don't miss it.



Sec. 6, The state's title to all lands
which shall have been certified to it,
and which have not been redeemed,
shall mature and become absolute at
the expiration of five years from its
certification; and all such lands shall
be placed by the comptroller upon
the state's list of public lands; and
when sold by the state all proceeds
arising therefrom, over and above the
amounts.of taxes, interest and costs,
shall be placed to the credit of the
school and immigration- funds equally.
Sec, 7. No deeds, as now provided
by law, shall issue upon any tax cer-
tificates now outstanding for three
years from the passage of this act; and
any person or persons whose lands
may have heretofore been sold for
taxes, and to which tax deeds shall
not have been issued at the time of the
passage of this act, shall, at any time
within three years of the passage o0
this act, have the right to redeem said
lands by taking the steps now pro-
vided by law for the redemption of
land from tax sales; provide that the
rate of interest, from and after the
passage of this act, shall be only 8 per
Sec. 8. Tax deeds to all lands upon
which tax certificates may be now out-
standing, and which shall not have
been redeemed, as provided in section
7, shall, at the expiration of three
years from the passage of this act, is-
sue as now provided by law.
Sec" 9, All laws and parts of laws
in conflict with this act be and the
same are hereby repealed.
With one or two amendments this
bill would be an improvement over
the present law. The aim of the bill
is to get rid of the present system of
land assessments, whereby actual own-
ers are defrauded and robbed, and
which is a great barrier to immigra-
tion and development. "The scope of
this bill," says Senator Hammond,
"does not comprehend any reform bes
yond the correction of the abuses
arising under the present mode of as.
sessment and tax sales. To completely
remodel our laws on the taxation of
real estate, including valuation, etc.,
will require a vast amount of time and
labor and the servicesof experts. This
cannot be done irn a day or in a year,
' but the passage of this bill will afford

supply ueuuciencui es nu t e aproupriatoun
of 1889 and 1890.
TALLAHASSEE, Fla., April 17.--At
10 o'clock the senate was called to or,
der ny President Browne.
New senate bills were introduced as
By Senator Coulter, to be entitled,
An act to prohibit trusts in the state
of Florida and to provide for the pun-
ishment of persons connected with
By Senator Hammond, to revoke
and abolish the present municipal
government of the town of Sanford,
Orange county, and to organize a city
government for the same in pqrsuance
of this act."
By Senator Wadsworth, to prohibit
the purchase of seed cotton from min-
ors without written authority."
Senate bill prescribing conditions
relative to the building of county
courthouses, came up on its second
Then, upon motion of Senator Ham-
mond, the bill was put upon its third
reading and, final passage, and was
passed without a dissenting voice, and
under waive of the rules the bill was
ordered certified to the house at
By unanimous consentSenator Har-
dee introduce No. 83, to declare Ean
Gallie river, formerly known as Els.
how creek, in Brevard county, naviga.
ble within certain limits.
TALLAHASSEE, Fla., April 17.-
Speaker Gaskins called the house of
representatives to order.
The roll of counties was called and
the following bills were introduced:
By Mr, Atkinson, to amend chapter,
3747, Laws of Florida, entitled an act
to protect mechanics, artisans and ma-
terial men, and to provide for the
speedy collection of moneys due them
for wages or material furnished, ap-
proved June 1887, also to repeal cer-
tain sections of said act.'
By Mr. Brown, to authorize the
board of county commissioners of each

entering into any contract in which
they are or may be interested in the
letting, and prescribing a penalty for
the sane.

When we, residents of Florida, quit
ourefforts to sell land to Yankees, and
get right down to business of growing
oranges, grapes, vegeta bles, rice, sugar,
cane, and a thousand other things that
can begrown here more profitably than
in any other part of America, then,
we will want the land -ourselves for
what it will produce, and then shrewd
Yankees with plenty of money will be
hunting us with a view to buying.
Then we will have a boom and qne
that will stay with us.-Orange Co.

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

The merchant who advertises is the
liberal, progressive dealer. Patronize
Biucklei's Annic-a S-flve.
The best salve in the world for cuts,.
Bruises. Sores, Ulcers, Salt lioletni,
.Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped lands,
Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Eriu-p-
tiois, and positively cures Piles, or no
pay required. It is guaranteed to
give pert'ect satisfaction, orI money re-
tutnded. Price 25 cents per box. For
sale by J. M, Jackson, & Son.
But we will cure you if yotrwill pay
us. Men who are Weak,'Nervous and
Debilitated, suffering from Nervous
Debility, Seminal weakness, and all
effects of early evil habits, or later ins
discretion, which lead to Premature
Decay, Consumption or Insanity,
should send for and read the "Book of
Life," giving particulars of a Home
Cure. Sent (sealed) free, by address-
ing Dr. Parker's Medical and Surgical
Institute, 151 North Spruce St., Nash-
ville, Tenn,. They guarantee a cure
or no pay.-The Sunday'Morning.

MIany Persons
Are broken down from overwork r household
cares BLrowii's Iron Bitters
rebuilds the system, idls disestion, removes ox-
cess ofu ,iie. and wr ; L D Gei :!a. (ut l:..;n-liuie.

,Alex. Lynch, Register,
Y. J. Shilallan, Receiver.
The testimony will be examined at this
office May 13. 1891.
Salary per week: Wanted-
(i'i 0 t7 0 agents to sell pur gen-
eral line of merchandise. No pu.-
dling. Above salary will' be paid to
"live" agents. For further informa-
tion address
No. 178 West Van Burer St.,
Chicago, 11l.
SApril 11t, 1891. i
Notice is hereby given that thle following
nanmed settler imes tiled ,,otice of his inte,,-
tion to make final proof in support of his
claim, and that said proof will be made be-
fore Jide, or in his absence, clerk circuit
court at Blronson, Fnla., on June 8th, 1891,
D.A VID E. WILLIAMS, of Williston,
IHd. 16147 for the E% of NT';I; SW, of
NE/4 and NEf of SEy See. l1, T. 13 S. R.
18 E. ;
Ile names the following witnesses to
prove his eontinious residence upon and
ciultivition of, said land, viz:
Thomas Brools, J. B. Tyver, J A.
lawkitns, C. K. Watson, of Itilliston, Fla.
2-6w Renister.
Land Office at (ainesville, Fla.,j
April 11, 1891.
Notice is 1'.i.1.' -In that the follow-
iin-iamed -"Il-n i I.- iui. il notice o t his it-
tentioit to make final proof in support of his
claim, and that said proof will be made
)uefeore .i .'.- .-.r'c-i o it co lrt., or in his ab-
sence ol-i -. il iit court,at Bronson, Fla.,
on .lunlle 8, 18914,viz:
listow, Fin.,
Ed. 16446 for the SW4 See. 8T. 13 S. R. 18
He names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon, and
cultivation of, said land, viz:
T. H. Westbrook. A, I. Abercrombie, J.
B. Tyner, J. A.- Hawkins, of Willlston,
Alex. Lynch, Register.
Land Office at Gainesville, PFi.,
March 25, 1891.
Notice is hereby given that the follow-
i i.-.i..,i'1 ,rl tler has liled notice ofhisi in-
te'h .',ri '. InI i- colnutation proof in sup-
port of his claim, and that said proof will
be made before Register and Receiver at
Gninesville, Fla., on May 25, 1891, viz:
TIHOMAS BUTLER, of Barcc, Fain.,
lhl. 11)965 for the NW3 Sec. 24 T. 14 S. R.
18 E.
lie names the following witnesses to
prove )is continuous residence upon, and
cultivation of, said lard. viz:
Jeremiah Johnson, J. M. Strawn, J. B.
r ,,,I. D. A. M1. Armstrong, of Barco,
Alex. Lynch. Register.

..... 5 00p at Brnswi l ...... a ...... 7 0a v J vile ar 9 1p ......
5...... 71(t lv Li'(Via lv 2,p ......
All daily except Sunday. )Daily ste.ImI- 6....... !).5a v Lae- ity lv p ......
ers between F,'rnm11iia and llruniiswlik .. lo a r L .i.syr lV 7 oop .....
connect with all ;lpoits North. WVest :ihd ...... -a ur VIltsi-a, lv a 5ol ......
,Northwest. Sunday trains leaye Jachlison- .''. :)54 ar t ai,.1i lv ti 0011 o ..
ville8:40 a m. t' ...... 1) 0 p or .A inta i 1v 6 a ..
1 os. 1, 2, ,6, 9. o), daily: 1, 2, Pnllinm
etars to Now o)rn',.ia: ., %v-le.'pelr to Macon;
6, 6, stleepor to Ciininlati.

Ticket office s6 W. Bay St., Cor. hIogan.
N. S.;E N IN(TON, Traffic Maiinager.

Ti.epot foot of IIogsan street, Jacksonville.
A. 0. 3iAcDONNELiL, Gen. Pass, Agent.

J. P. Reddick,


"J. L. Willis



It you ant a iarm, Orange Groves, P Ibl9 or timboredt
Lands. Call on or address us at the above oint.
| 'iia:fage"a~fiaas'ia a'Tg'^

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Physicians edosolieP P .'P. a s pica n-- --.;r i:F1, uaii
did eotobtastion, and prescribe it Nwith r7s't.'-?--F ,- 1.'1' 1 r:. --'lg
great satislfaction for tho cures of aii,' -' ,-:' rmoetld t ytanreoedb
forms and satigcs os Primary', Seeonadry .'-" ..- I' 1';-l{f1.1.
und Tertiary i~hi-.Sy-phii~titiRhc'I ..... r "f. !.P
Matism, strcful'ona Cleorsna md sores, ; .' .' '~h' i~I
glandular Swt-itnvg', lheuinatiin,, R,~.''- '~.
4ey Comnplaints, old Oihroric II

Y L&-' a s-4,~

have resisted all treatnoont, Caher' Suin ~ ~IgVLI'~ .1.
Diseases, Eczema. Chlroulo icteale.,' N -, A
Complaints. Mercurial Poison. Tc.tki, y.'. V'.11 D,~h4~e~
Scaldheaae, eto., ste. rxi
P. P. P. is EL powerful tonic andl ano~'i' LUiP"r'N5i,:'p'-lo~
system rapidly. If youe are woalr wf..' ~*
feeblB, and feel badly tr 1'1 P.' P.lal P.,h n'lA'utdt, i.L


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T h ite T h u e S D e1 11ot iI th e c un ty t ,, h ire ,u t .urt',! N1 I Ii...I,: _T' I I 0 :3 E E : :: .....
e i it 1, I i bit'? .af, c-u i.ad, iftli e m rAke rli'.ls l;r teir ^ .!h, till. 'AN .. ;,rt ,i S-. l a
-. _.. -. J ,,,u ,..t a.- f ,u ,a ly a. 3 l m itin g the i ,, h n [,r is. i, 1 1.,. H ..... 1 i ; 1.,.,.,.. v _, .. I -
1, h.=d.--a hope it V.d-if at':,cd-it could By Mr. Parker, 1r .:.i, t he : 'i';t.' .. 'i.! --- -
DEMOCRAT PU'LSHIN O cc.i'iy be incorporated in whatever ciirvirg ofconcealed weap,.,ns tiud to '" .', ,,. ** ,,. I buy thI O(el Type Wri- I r \I-': 'r!TOi,'S NOTICE.
.. -. 1.. .lti' pri might follow." provide pen1ties for ith ,,:, ,,. I ..... t llr* r ltoi sosa)lehI I' C"li.ck I i 'olh' Ai n'LL per holding, cla aint the
O IVER J. FARIER Eitor I Mr. llh 'Levy,"' 1.-ll i' in o .-ith 78 atinuts. and 115 lot .to estate of Jr f,. Crter, oesed, nre
I t-. ByM.Dit.!i-,i ro. E. tLIan) tlo "...To ; "nrotell to thet antiebosr bidder 't bo cCase.' 11,hall,-'n i n tahd to (or equiredhtoyPresen t tho e ted iinit-
FLORID& LEGISLATURE. the fees and per :ton of certain o- lthtlot iee. rl or i be'nI n than any machi tad ntrithout via o ii iidbted to
irMEM~MBER1 of the ILOIdDA TAL;AIuASSEiL, Fla., April 16.-At fices therein d n'ttI.t ld io. .lltt 1 in I it "y i" Iih ,1 '- i'-i, ,twith d(I a- met w e'th th m.1 al.
PRESS ASSOCIATION; affiliated 10o ocka.k at. the gavel was brought By Mr,. .1b .1..ame!d Section 4 eds- .,h;l ,, oti.; TIr t at o .
ByMTrOR13,.t o,'to. 0 amend sectiont4r to1 it *' i '\ e. (, In-o' nil of repeal's i Estiatteof Ira J. Carter. Deceased.
with the NATIONAL EDITORIAL down vigorously by the president and olan f ct atle n cnileu aNct tr tibie-ss. i 1 ..''. 'i'. 1,-r.tV (,'1' or anyh.' ii'... It.,- ,oih rib-
A S S O C I A T I O N I' ((.. 0. .) o. 1tb e eoC b o n to,| ^ l i ,,1 1 ) (1.4 o f I, e s t a t;e* 'o i n af' NE b
ASSOCI TION. the senate ihm mediately caitue to or- ,-1 .l l'r of r 'ev.ue, 1 h sn .. .ker, ,t e o,hi 1 ft I h ,' 1 ln ou o thr-i
...& ?,, tdci- proved Jun 1 t.4 -tO;rtitles. 1 Ty'l ll. I t('('ir I,ltio.* 1,0'l'ti'(' t .d ill hI iil.L''C date of this no ce I
S-w. 'p l .fw. fv ra mf ,t, prove n 1, ,, e .y B.. ., 1;('O 1LT adapted to all kln( s of I po wSi1i 1 1.1i-I-l ,I iy linal accounts and
,.,nn,..-,;.,,.. .... ;..' ; ,! .enator .IoKtne offed a joint res- B Air. MeRAe, to incorporate a ononiissioner, Like a'printii' prIes, it p1rod l.es v, Ochers as exeentow of the estate of Rich-.
.... ..v. olutioa relative to the adjournment of charitable and educatni. e na iofit(,1 "c",rtl..riena.c nm -ri .H o n a
(lEuiterad at the P. O. at Brooson the legrlatui-,, which provides that the r1s and Pasco ji the state of Floriia, Land ,iit.... ,, (Aixx.SBVILLe FtL. A. iiiivn. .-\ A1,,eii ;i~t-iimt person 'i Ie ;OiO,.;-, l i,, suei' 'v.'iOr.
as second class matter.) legislature d .dijuuru at 12 o'clockon the uhder the name and style of :'. II,. March 5, 1851, i,.'Oli<(' ., ,,,1 ,. oir'tor l i two days. .1. lPSr 11.\ t'(. Exoentor. ,
Sf i i't Nanoe aoc-ademy u t N..ih.-. i- ho ...i. hv ivo'n nhat h,: ,-.i1Lwi.n- WVe oilr;.'' r1i JAIL L aiy' operator who February 19, I81.
222d of May. Name academy. ]I000(1lrt ii.'. IIM iulicei. 1.'- I ,,L Ut Libc Iuubtc
,al ( It I it.,'h1.... I,,10IIl ti e '.of i- i ute .- ia tli,,.l ".t, O f lhe u ou ble
TiHURSDAY, Apiril 23, 1891. New senate bills introduced were, Upon motion of Mr. Shine, house ti01to I,0,..I .i_.,I in support dt his 6 I-,. (-I1,i11 ,(,IPll i( N ( il! Goodl wa-
'By Senator C lbter, To prohibit the bill No. 28, "To amend section 2 .t li;,i l, i i ,.wilt be atadehe-1 i"4iml r' (f it) t losp wlo are not
A GOOD BIL a, giving aayar-ring, ex iag an act, entitled ano act to prescribe n .,,', .1. i.,,ii .. a., on May 27, 1891, l :-in|iiio. 4.'|.i:,l iii..i>, .ni> i- to dea- a l td to ll
A GOOD BlLl. sale, giving away, blutarimgeexchang mot whereby counties may erpct viz: ,, w.ork. Oil" A,,r. P siiim..
The bill introduced by Senator ing or di i..i' .,'i:,'alcolo)lic, vinous or courthouses and oilther uillidus," was MARY A. STEPHENS, (ne Rees- PFo' Piniphlet --i %ill In l..'i-iiin- 1 .11 y all hns-
lHaiimond, of Orange county, in re- malt liqu(rs, or' intoxicatmg bitters, put upon its third'reading, pa.-,ld and iani) 6f Lebanon, Fla. .Ac.. a *' .,- 'i O!.. Lt..
guard to lands sold for taxes, ought to ..'-,. :,._: or fruits preserved in alco. ordered certified to the senate, n for the 4; W Of S Odell Type Writer C., ,I .., ,. lx.n|,I. o
neet with'geieral approval, It reads .,ile liiqujr;, or any other liquors or TALLAHASSEE, Fla., April 18.--In iI na:e rii- following, witnesses to ''. ,e. uillii hi'.-T.I. Ill ,l. i ipr.
as follows. substance, by whatsoever name it may the senate this morning the following tivaio of said land leee upon and -. _v
RECTION 1. That from and after the. tIe caIleu, wmecn pro(xuces or may pro- bills were introduced: JalmesI WVeeks,.A., TiTurner, Gebo. ar- -
ipassage of this a ct there shall no more duce intoxication, within certain local- Senator 'Baya, by request,to require ALEX. L Nt'll, 0 o
1-nds be sold for taxes in the state of ities. public officials receiying public mnon -w Register. BRONOGN FLA-., ,o c'
Flhrida-either state or county. Sy senator Baya-"To amend an eto publish their reports. NOTI. FI-.. P-L LICATION" '
See 2. It shall be the duty of the act entitled an act to provide an annu- speedy setalotlemen to and distribu tiohe Land ce at Gaiesvle, FSin.
tax collectors of the several counties M- ,rch .1
of this state to) open their books for ity for disabled soldiers and sailors of estates which are not indebted. Notice is hereby giv.enl that the' follow. .,'.'.'-. *-,
the payment of taxos on the first Mon- the state of Florida." Senate bill, to grant to the Florida, ii',-,',i', ,1 s settler h lilednotice roofi1- ins- *',
day in November, 1891 and close The nouse resolution providing for Georgiaand Western railroad comr port ofhis claim, and that said proof will '
them on the asapeedates, res.,ectevely e apnpointmente te, reectivey he of a committee to in- pany 10,000 acres of land to each mile be iade ere Reitel 11ecei at
for each succeeding year thereafter, yestigate the bureau of immigration Tallahassee to Gainesville, Fia., was JOHN P E. IEl )ICK, of Williton,, .
Sec. 3 When the tax collectors shall came up for consideration and was read the second timeand ordered enu 1.d. so~for the w ., SeeT. *Z
haye closed their books, as now p or grossed f.r a third reading s.R. 1.l) E. ";.'.. o "I ", e 6 '.
hereinptovided, it shall not b,elawful pased.
herein vided, it shall not e lawful The following bills were passed and lie naiies the fi,.,.;I,, ;. ,,. .-,.-- to .
for saia tax collectors to receive firs Senator Yancey introduced, by con- ordered verified to the house; prove hIs coi tituolis reice u and
there moneys that may remain due for sent, senate bill to make husband and Senate bill to extend the line of the N. A. Mbit of Wi.t,;,: .T.. Barber,
taxes. And within thirty days from .wife competent witnesses. G Palatka and Anclote railwav, ui. T. Hill, w.. i ., of arco, F Li llA (EN'1i'E 'L & k 'ENINSULAR IAILWAY.
the date of the closing of said books, Also,torequirerailroadcorpcrations Senate bill, to continue the rightsA. Alex. Lyich, uogistev.

Florida, and send said certificates to lines of road, and to provide a penalty d Georgia raioad cmpan r.- state of Flori, ICE. F Ir t
Sco nhi theriionSenaor o ru ery te Augusta, Tallahassee a In the County Judge's Court for Levy Toall points in t. idde an West Florid, oie, Ne Orns and the
pecti e ouati upon which the taxes By permission'Senator Riosborough Gulf railroad conipany, and .to extend County, Florida. Southwest. Direct connections to ail points Northwest and Northeast.
Inay remain unpaid. introduced for tie relief of the Gaines- the time for the completion of same. To E. P, llinekle:- e Car i Elt February 12 189
Sec. 4. It shall be the duty of the y Guards. Senate bill tocontinue the rights, OU arehereby notified that a writ of TimeCardinEfl.etFebruari12.189l
ycmptroller, b th.S aulyttotntinue....i_.nt'hasbeen Issued Ltiaist
comptroller, within thirty days after privileges, powers, franchises and O i a cnen o l to ; South. 7,. No. N,. I1, -ie n t'. 2 No. 1
such certificates have been sent to IN THE HOUSE. grants of the Suwannee and Gulf rail- I the demand of J. II. Ja.kohie, alniounting to No. 3 No. 7 Southern Div'n.. No. 8 No. 4 1 )1p 3.a lv Jaxville r 1,p 10.ap
him, to have made out, and cause, to TALLAIHASSEE, Fla,, April 16. The road company, and to extend the time $10.00.o ow unless o hall apa b e- (1 a v l aar 1 .1 a 9'a lv t o ll 1'2
be. published in some prominent news- house met at 10 o'clock with Speaker fbr the completion of the same. iludge of Levvy count, at his'office at i ,sp t1 laiiv J. axl.vi nr a, '.-;. a 2- "11 or 11ti' 2) .l 3o00.
paper in each of the several counties i n t To prohibit the destruction and Brongson, on the olthl at o hiny A.1D.1891, --, ip i adv naldwt vi v o a 5 '. iii -' I a tnuiaee lv is p 1on.
at10pr t thfileru o n Broison, oitile th d itv of May A. I). i l9,1 ....... t ....... ..... ..v ...i-....1
of the state, a list of all the lands Gaskinsm the chair. aking awayr of the nests and eggs of at 10 o'clock il the forenoon. iudgientwili h 37p 1 ar Stairke Iv. 1 .i ... it 10I:* 4 p .uir Iver.l -unel lviS lOpI'O
U' t 11rcall o c tr thd a 8 he rendered against you andyyour property 1254t i a a2p.r Hawthorne lv 10 la 2 .It 7, 301,1'l10p;or Pt..4acola..,I l1 s6036a
which have been certified to the state Upon the rollcall ot counties the birds of plumage and song in Florida. sold to pay tihe debt.ou a yora 22 p ar- itrai 1v0 i 15a 1 58 .....0. 1'2,n)a ar .:..i;, lv 7 s ... ..
from each county, respectively. buch following bills were introduced: An act regulating appeals from Thisalth dai of Mirh, A.D.11. 3..... 311) ar Silver Sp'gs lv 5 -ia ... ....."- 7t0Oar N. iii .:.; lv 830p .
listsshall bepublishedfor thirty days. .Iro J. 1. JTAKOB1E, Plaintiff, 2 21a, 3 44p ar Ocala 'v,93 8a 1 a .. (.,p.a Pa.1 M,,;I1oil', v a '7 v .r -4i .
lists shall be publishedor thirty days. An act empowering the governor municipal and recorders' courts. Henry BCoulter, s.Atty. ...... 7 aPlainti Hotmo3asas la v 1'n .i :. "ii, r i" I.,i-% ill ., r12 '..- '
Sec 8. Any person or persons w hose to placethe name of Isaac F. Lamb HOUSE. TO4 8 E5a 5lip ar Lees urg lv '7I -:i 5 ip ....... 5aar Ci..*1i,. lv ;,p .. :.
lands shall have been so certified to NOTICE. 525 a 5 401par Tlavartea v .s I5p ...... t7 iar -"i l.,ie lv 7:..'.-
the state shall have, at any time with- of Madison county, Fla., upon the state On the yea and nay vote the house. Tnited States LadiaQice., a1i- h I n loi'6 0 .. i p s "v :. '
in five years from the date f said cer- soilders' pension roll, at the yearly unanimously agreed not to piss over Gainesville, Fla., April 3, 1801. f 3 ,i. 4 4ipIv .\ I i-lo..d li lSa 11 'iip 3 so aloti.eel Te6A'ii.-,ili.Limitedt -
tificate, th.I right to redeem said lands su'n of100." 'the governor's vetoe those house hills C-'OiPLA1Nr living been ente-red a*t ~l r l07pi ari.,!e I e i-Sp 'i I o.5 ai1n. '.1 ,
upon the payment to the comptroller House bill defining the liabilities of the latter part of last session, which Noel S. Walker or abandoning his lomlte- 7 45a 8 4par r ;Tn a-i lv .ii 7 a 801 p a .i,) l, .59, ......
he refused to approve. steadIl Entry No. 12338, dated Aug.. 9, 188, ..... ILL .I,1,,. lv 11 -' .. ...... --2.1a I ,rThoLwIl'vitie lv 1t 0p.
of the amount of taxes due upon said of railroads in certain cases, was pass he faed t approve k s ts ietN o tA 9,i ... :In \.| section, Township14.. .. L n o"i vlinnvle 'v ;>IO0" .. "ii
Slads e edandcertiat fied its certifiesatfn ed and certified in the senate for action tilThet eaker ad chief cko s ew to the c ni out a.,witht L on Fai.. rdar Key IV 630a .. -- ... .. ri 'i.L h
with interest ait 8 per cent. up to the act to empower the governor nd view to the cancellation 6f said entry, 5... i.A \....6 a ,
day of its redemption, together with a thereon. comptroller to borrow, money for state the said parties are hereby sunmioned "to Nos. 7 and8sdaily; 3" ad4 daily. 12p ar 'uisvillev 2 :
fee of $2 on each certificate to cover The secretary of the senate notified purposes. of the Gilrlit Cour't, on he ..... 4op Cinaii ll 1oo
the expense of clerical work in the thie house that the senate had indefis The committee on finance and tax- .11 day of May, 1891, Fernandia and u c berland Route.L ,--f"p 1 i.ouis i .....
.t.a.i N .....I---- -7 ta r hi, iao 1v It 15p ... .
ation reported ff vorably ,on the bill e t, 10*o'clock a. I torespond and furnish .o.6 No.60 For Brunswick. No N.6tI'aiiee iver Il.( .
comptroller's office and the cost of ad, nitely postponed house bill No. 26rto ato prohibit ved favorably ttge bi ln o y on cetil m. i ar edi a Rtui 4N i 0a a ir rrnile ark. N- No.52 -,-to.t2 No. 1
verttsng.------ ---- to prohibit officers from bidding for or doacnmeut. *0 Ft' i a I- 7 1 I. No.1 No. IYo. 2 No. 10


Col,,S Y. Finley was in court on T- U T T Itama froxm Lebanon.
'- Wednesday. The spring term of the circuit court A ril 12, 1891.
f7 )- y ^The grand jury expected to adjouin for Levy cocuny was convened by C reGpon enre Timeos-Democrat.
Yesterday or to day. Sheriff Bigham in the court house in In my ]aet letter I was boasting
SBronson, Tuesday moruiig 10 u'c'ock, K out the corn n.d vegetables about
\ Joe Bachman came u D ro TamP, Ju.dge Finley presidU, Lebanon, but. now I am sad to say
< "-4,...::-^. ...--. .-^ Tuesday to, visit his parents. ..: ,, of tie Randd ,nd petit: mst of them have b) en kiiled.by the
...... ---- .----- If you want to visit Savannah dur- jurors bei g called, the judge comlpli- late 1od. I have bc'in inI Florida
Church Directory. ing merchant's week, the F. C.& P., icntedthem ior their promptness in t i': y i !t bI oreve l
will sell tickets on April 27 and 80, answering the ummions, J,. M. Willis we m do is to plat again and trust
rlotl, mi(or. 'r:eui'"i e fit good to return MTay 5, at oe. fare for (who could not be found iin the cou'r- in Inh. who doeth A!l things weil.
unu a in ueac niiio ii, at 11 a. m. round trip. This is your chance. ty) being the only absentee. Our school is out, and we had a nice
a b. 7 p. im. ,, Th oe graud jury retired for a few tine the last day. The children all
Sabbath pti ; Dr. J.M. Jackson, Sr., super- 1 of the colored womrn who waA poison minutes, tu l elected a i ..-. ar" l woud not try to do something for the
ii nt d i t l.ed at Williston could find'no clue to ter ns.its forem.n. The chare chid Bless thea-o heytare the
liapiht eliurch-lIev. Roih. Keith, the deed, but it is the opinion ofsome was a forcible one, and created much promise of the future.
mtor. 're:d'i;, the third Su- that the cabbAdge eateitwere .poisoned hvtorable comment. I thintl the United States fould. to
<;, hi each month, at 11 a. and on field Court was opened with prayer by well to keep toref.iers out, unless
Ssno ssool ever Sna atDr. S. Beaii. ;. they cD mo to. make good citizens-not
a. m.; hO. J.h eaer, Su.a ii ..i.i. In the minutes of school board pub- Mr. David Hiets was excused from to make trouble.
BFnalicii ,iif of Bl ,1 in- several tes nney cents to get a
pastor, recacheis (every seeuco d aim of J. BE!Plerion ifr -igl t joints of ous i r,,..- ,.l his .1., -rr:-. The fol.. n e. i it c e h s n ee eal
ltl 811da ill evorylo,.lh, -atllt stove pipe furnished Briilu-.,. tof l,. "v cburt house if I could never hear
a.,urtm. Sunday in every mouth, at it stove ipe urshd BriI lowing is a corrected list of the i tb-. 'iy more. V. I a Nwitness .is
abt school ev Sunday at 10 as ordered paid. It l 'd hae Grand Jury.-N. R. Carter, lore- put on the stand lie takes an oath to
a. it.; Dr. s. BC'-in, sutipriltendent. read "Browni's." sohoo., man; A. F. Il I.,, 1)D. M. Limbaug, tell the truth, and then is not allowed
S. -. Mr. Jr Tt.'1i, .'idM, sa,:f J. E. Jones, J.-F. \Meedith, S to tolI it. Some may dispute tl ih.h
S Hiton, T. C. Stanley, i). S. Walker, iiwho hasn't -eard the lawyer say, "I
At,'i "Fbr tatn ty-oue year I h.bve ee'af- T.N. Smith,' W, W. 1: 1 it, Nathan object;, doi't answer that question;
Tinierc May 1. flicted ith severee headlacljes caused L.:' i; :r.L.'J, B. Trotter, H. Can- that's an unfair question. Is this the
by pressure of blood on. tlie optic n,, l. iinton, Chas. Tyson, A. way God intended for us to get it the
Don't forget the May picnic. nerve, and could not get relief from L n.:, J. D. Jones. Wm. Eouinson, truth and enforce law, Let the wit'.
it Ir erve, and, i r>^ie Dot iget relief iie'ess fil what he knows, and then a
SMrs. Juoli Parker, of Starke, spent anything until I tried Bradvycrotine. t r.-J tchr, juror can guided by the law and
uiia,,hy i, 3rousni. -Lum.-.r has ,jeen place on tihe Jones, J. C. Wynier, W T. Watson, evidence. I paid several nineties on
ilr. .J. M. Hi ,1n, of Elzey,, made groud fora two.stor building n P. AL Colson, C. T. Bagley, Andrew he court house now standing-ninety
'. a M.I ,, f zy l ground Da two-sthy.biding. Lynhn, James Adamis, G. W. Deas, is what I paid the-firstyear.
t. a ileaIsint (..ll Mmnday. Will be erected at 6nce. y the Masons T. D. i, A",,... Emanuel, D. H. IT ; i. ib he ,1.,,i ,d i e i{t rnn

Johlin Turner, ',1 ,. sewood,,spent a Of Br,n..iu iand.the T'iMc.DEMOORAT Arline, .1.. k.-, ,i.-, J. T. Foster, H. now :.. ias t... .- it stop a short
few d Iys in li. oI oIi lest week. Publishing C..Gitiinny. The upper ,. Brown, J. D. Siturd, Win. Nobles.; time ..-,; ..ut w- ...... -;uIiI.,i:Ure hard
T st.rv'will be.fii-.1 unp t.r a Maii.i;a. The court got down to work at to ple',-..: i 'iru nl.li if it r:iin- and
Te.cady r.,..kr has been selling lodge room, nd the lower story will once, aind the docket will be cleared we Zr :,,',h- ii t .l.t,'t rain. W\\e.il
tni(y .to tI p-i Il.u ,. this week. e he T ,D. office without r should t, irn t,, tiL. the world as it
S ,,,,i ,.' h k, e t eT,-D, of e. co.,mes, i, .d uo.:, .- a % ,ant it.
There %%ill )- a c.ipnaratively small ,b A few unimnortant cases were dis- ym ctsare injured some by tliit
*hre i t. oraiiyeas. 'frrntv-s:ii ballots were taken in ,l',f ,i .. ots are inuredsome by th
acreage if t',ii., ' l',,-riii ll tl,ii year. "
Se'. the caudcusup (., M.,,nri y ni._ l, I.I ..*i.. i: i, :, .i it..[ 1., n.in r ih ,.
Parnmiier-i.eoliir. itch in 50 miln the people ar' P I. I, f, r a : :,l .. '- ... t I i:n. ,i,,,1" ,,I allh -
il. Price ,le. .S.!d by J.B. Coarsev. deadlock. 'Cill'= volte ,t...- fi..ln,,m ,. '. 'i w t l.' I- e I t al
A great mi :,niy alligators ct variin t,.* 60, out of a p..sible. anl .,,:.. ,, ..,' ' l :. -.I h i. 1 oi We had a ldill
alzes ri, lei-ri : l;it..-.l to Jacksonyille vote 1i:t I. l.,-,. tl ween ..:- and 'l. It i at :'. I .:i,,, ,,', I 1... I-, ',i.lv.-; .i 'l ,n' t .nr ,,e .' D. I alet .
irom t i pb il I is the d ty.ot tlhe leg .l-iti.,.. to i,:,:t '. i, j .. i. r,.. n .. t..i let
C 'v.; ithonut ruit lr d,. r
W ill J";,i:k u. 1 ] f.l Ioit Thur lsday I 1ili. i :.-li 1, :,1 ",i hI,,- n ,, h.. i 'lI i '.1 1,
necel'l a position in the F. C. : P. "tl)'C h re ,ire 1i, c f ,ii OtliOi;i...t i, i ,, '* |,,,'-* 1.i. ... i. ,,. t i li l.. ii -
fice in Ji a k-,,rnviile .. hIi. tr;,-. lit tl .rt I i of ct' ., : P ,,Ir ..... r., i .. ,. .n i lil. i '- r a e ,-y .t' the P ural
': O a: lc,: l ill ll.. docket, :in.:l tiy-v e-lit ,,: .,.a ,t .t -te *; .1. 1 .C a ( ll 'J ri .at, Iht rarv and fam ily
O car Jacks n., express n ,s,-nuger, t- o I, di ,o ..f. 'b. ..th ,. AT ..' ,- i t 1,: 1 h.di mL. !,i.
came ine ;asi week to r'st a tt Ot--..e l u e |., lin1 ,e- in i ,ie ,h ,,tt '.,"l ... ,I .- .. i I. r -
days and see the folks tin ti.t-. F.- .. .-i,,i a l ..i, 1 I ...1 L !i .'Ii'ATll .iN.
en'"'" iM l e k u e pe "Ur iUw iiial:rr- r I
Mr. R. M. Strickland of Elizcy wa s will give the nantterl their atitentionl. m. in ,i lu, r .'rn i"i1 I.t ,ui l
in town Monday, but he slipped out The cuul it.,' jinde, ir a yt ju- tice ...t .a i,, l iv:- tli li. i t th.i .- ::..u,, j ,i,: i -. .. ', -
before the assem bling.of courtt, ih- p .iv 'e- uii-lht deal will pi-tIi l : i'iri- ..t'i i ','. l i. i ih.,t l. .t ,,, 1 i. .: ... ..F, ,..1 ', I i...:L .II
aoiliet -er i rn .t l i- iry, e sn he t.ni nd ei r, ri l .h' i i, e lh ;n4 eve l uch' li- e i lu t u ..j iill ,in e,t-- i I i i ...l'..' i. i I ,' l
*yn \lier- lhan the one now in e tsin In" .' ... '
r*e Q ur .-.I, 'l-' tif'god rair-n. li''i.I v-:in i t. .. ,ll ii h i'th tt W ere nu o i rat Oa i ii 'S j i
J uilIge. J J F iliey arrived in t..w n "'.I, i- tin le l.- :1 .io i .s S.u l ,1- i,, ,, t Ih -t..r i -m .a a i'. ., o. 1t i:." ; i'-.
M rn ayia ;e ..i .m ii..i by the popular T '.. q 1% t o l.le- ..-.r' d !e, .- ,i ..lit ; : I,,. .: .1l ihe i-: t vI, E a ., ,. l, i i .. ... : , .,... ,
district .ttornev, Judge W H. \V;.-.. th -country.i ...f T. P. ni- ';.....l -l. i. *t.. .... T;,I i t,, -- .
>", -. L .,fr'.y .-t. co, i i y A n i ,. ,-.| I.:- n. ul. .:.1 th ..u -,,, i, ,n ..kl. .:.. o ,,'1 ,,. ,, ..... .. ,'i ,'.., .. ,
Mr. M. N. Hinton, of LevyvilIe,':. f .;i,i. i.h: is one of the lords of cr -a- will remem be the relief when you ir..: '. i I .'''
member of the graniid jury, called on tion. A bachelor of manly bear-ing, ii .:.i :.l ,eie near a life-saving t- ., 'E ii' PITLI-,
us Tuesday, rv ,,kiu't. is -ulhCrlipt.n. ;. d,.,.- ..,, -:: to his friends; he ;.n t '. ': 'you .... . .
The Sawmill belonging to Messrs. -., r 'h. fi., -t f..-k of hounds in the will be .i .I t.,. l.., i.... ...: th ifd .i.
Shiliart & M cBride, of Chiefland, hbas state, owns some of ti.: -'i.it .1 '-t huMt- of those i.t i'. .' it I.-. i ti. sea"; -..1, ,, .i : i ,,.. .. ,.i i,- i 1-
arfived, and will be put into position in,'g g'i n.-, raises every kind of gri- and ecvei .'. :-.,. .. ..* -" -.i- h..- w".;i '"" ,'.i.... ,-
at'pnc e. cultura.1 product that will grow on be. ip 'er.. ;F i t !., I ... ..I.. i, Il .i-. I. .clerk eirci.i itcour
From various portions ot the county Fioda soil, and literally "lives at .tated article on "Our: Li -', m'.i.M i.'.. Ll. 1 ,ofi.
come reports of almost daily rains and home." TIle istoobig fbr lie-.,",, r S-r.i.-" in the M'ay number ,, [.'C... I !,. -
excellen0t seasons, bthi.. i ronson, Iiit, .a;i. r, t.-- it ofmere mercan-.T- rest's .Fa ily. Magazine., From the ,. i (i. 14E
we need rain., tile l uO .i-i -: too big to be called a same comprehensive source you ma .
"colonel,'' c ie li-. lives the only ,il ,th. gain some very l t.- i, infor- ...... i I ...
Messrs. B.B. Lownn, of Archer, ,- "- .-....;. '.. ',-o;JJ.D. Dykes,
SMessrs. B. B. Lowmn, of Archer, worth living, that of an independent nation aboun the Isthmus 'r ....- ,ro:, "., :,,.. ,, es
and W. M. Barton, of Williston, were rmer-mand no other.class can be in- Central America .(inely illustrated); -
nm.n. those friends who m-meiktr dependent in the broad st sense., Vi .n.. "'-; :' .,:' .,. .... in the Face, How .. ,, C ; i. .
the editor this we"ek. who ever experienced the hospitalities i to Read Them",(also I,, ti. .. I) will .. .,.,: "i ,
Among the prominent attorneys of 'ofold linin t ihu-,iorn homes and plant- C n*,l.: v ,i t. ,'.1 ,. more correctly Notice i her oebv ,. ., i,, .1 i i -
Gainesville attending court here, arei ati.ni-,. Ce:iu .:t a picture itn the sur'- iuii,,i !,.,r, :. 'i, the' :. -l,..i, 1-- i ... .
Messrs. Horatio Davis, W.W. Hamp- '',"nlin s,'- Mr., Chaires that they ,: .., ., .,. ,,,d the i.i. i, cin, nnd that .....
haven't had since the war. It tni '- ,, .. .- I. f e ud .. ....."
ton, and C.i.L. Files. the eve dance one momnent-and theI a .,1i...... ,, a pt .... t of te venor .. :iay : '
M.i-; .Tee (.'zinvwell, of L:c-.vill.- heart ache,the next, to think about I'1-'1 *-T1.."will answer that oft-re- MORRISJACKS(.'. of-Archor, 1-..
fro"' a -. it.-Standard. heated i .... i.,, is Delsr-te. Li. 14217 for '.. ,.. 12 T. 11. S. R.
returned Monday from an extended istn e i Delsirte. I 421Vtor -t% 12 T... 111, R.
*returned, Momi y-r m a extended ,Mr. <( 'li-it, is not a bachelor', but and what is 1.h i.....:i'' Then there i .. ,, .. r..I.. ;,.. -,iii.-;-.; to
visit among .friends in Marion county. t S A iso I I ,,. 1 1 o
e welcome her return. the Standard is correct in every other are nri .it -t.. i- and it.ri i.i.0.. on .I,,'.'. i ,,,,-. .
W li 1 1 .... .. "l iIib t

Our office door is always open, and
we invite our friends who are here
attending court to come in and see us
and make themselves at home.

,partc IUar.

'Ietie IL11i'ty afi a hifetume-The
TIMES'-D EOCORAT one year and a com-
n teo so I o t ifren- it, r f o iv on

all iVc cupic 1, ;.1 .1 :.iij os nb oU tT'l -t '1 rI .. et p ... s I n I. 1 1- a.. "
Ilh -tr.lt..m ,.:.i 0 '. 'i. and a splendid i,. -, .
article fr --' ,t ,.,i,," and the other ALEXANDER L-.'T
departments, as us'al, are l'i aiol;,i.. -- -
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.._.g., on.,. .'. me ai ,call.
Mr. T. C. .nnev informs us that $s.60. thisis a,, t..:.,, 1 good punrmer. e C- '.
the tobacco crop in the hammock was of that always good F.'l MA. ?i ,O twice is he .i. ,b,1 i' i .. ..
To every new subscriber paying 81, l m" nefls(-.itler'r
otinjuredby the frost as seriously published at i2 a y' .ir, )y A' Jen- in to m ker. : ... ...... i .,
iot~injurcd bthe'sa seriously year's subscription, we include a n D ',-ewre'.l othai ,. ,ioutte 0-, h 'i
as was at first supposed. It is grow- ear su iptio n (orth d cent Denorest, 15 East-14th St., New, i l a., on c t J. A At ,.
ing finely. t y gea o rk1. jriorson, i' la., on i1ay .y, t k J
ingto the great literary and home month- JOHIN K. GARIISON, of Bronson, -
Mr. W. L. Whitfield, editor of tlhe'ly, The Rural Call. I[LTYE'L Y. I. .. O. Otte Li 'd n OR, i a., ,
Live Oak Banner of Liberty, and also We have now on hand a (ull stock ild. 16484 for the 'N of NE Sec. 32 T. 1 I-
manager of the Southern Distributing The Rural Call, 8 pages, 48'columns of ladies', misses' and children's hate. Ile tuInes the folnwvin) witliesses I. ----DEAL]'R I,
ard Advertising Agency, attended fu;1 of the cream of current literature, Also a beP tifl rinee of white dress nti ltttli O ec t ?upo, T .,
court here this week. and you can get it in edunection with goods at the very lowest prices., In Davil ,. .... -. W. F. Arnold, J. C.
Miss .. .nne t n e ,o L yvle this paper without charge, fact, vervthing'nice in inces, ribbons, W i 1;_,,. ..... .... 1 ,., ~
M Mine QnceyofLevyvile, artificial, veilinm, etc. These goods Ale X l *, .-.... --,l'', Il : b-
left'liuesdiy for White Springs to at. Remember, every reader can get are bought to sell, and if the very Do you want to save froti 5 to
tend the Normal school. Toa certain The Rural Call a ear free. See lowest inc es willsell thIem they will 5 .1 r,,. In every dollar h vou -, r .:n r, ro:': '" -,. NTt
oungu ma n the sun doesn't hin so o- o offrapidly. No one will bealiower 0 Sl''ltd;- .a.T i. fr o,,, "- a ,J :.'"x le 7' U
ng man the sun doesn't shine so offers elsewhere.t give moe fo the ae money than itrated Catalogue. coia tii ls-
brighltly since her departure. anther. n hats we have ain oquinlities, tratlions ind prices of e(.vrvthin1-
OVn PREMIMS. 1 "a'factlred oi t. "Unied States.
At Williston on the night, of tihe, O frni 255c. to 85. Give us -,trial when a in ltil.- .-- -.-1 p T Cs
13th inst, James A wife d We give with oe year's subcrip looking for bargains. Your trade will t ll Ct tot Ean-ytl / S l ar Jtes a fo Cash
ag r colored were poisoned andtion to the TI,.s-Di;OOCrAT your be appreited. Yourstruly, a!o,,,ttnilod Iec on application.
aughterif colordied, were poisoday. Wedid, not choice of the following publications Js. C. J. Do n & Co., Addtr-ss ;.. -. .,- .'.
the wife died next day. We did not Judson, Figa. Cmn< GM',a-F,.:!.u-, Frer],r.v Co..
learn the result of the inquest which f or the price set opposite: No. 17S -esI Vanu lien St..1 4
was held, but have been told that the m ant ani ... 3iDOm-, "."in'-l"v C. itl Lgo1 T1 '. -" r
......t i .. .!k I..-- L ':. 'I .. ... ", U -6
daughter, Florence, put rough on rats ou.w mesine ..................... 1 Blac----:S t1- and LI heewriifo.t, Take the TMr.:s-JDE IM-OAT.
in the supper because she had been ,hil,'-' Liirary. ...T....'. ........- l '/ a.. r E', .t 7 I" -
w.ipped Viloressisn is aving an ep .... ', paying a Specialty. --W hy not try- the hnes-Democra-l .:. "' T a& ,. :; n'ZALER
whidemic of excitement is having an a s Cyilop-e rdia,. ............. on, Fc -ree mot ..:i. I-.
. idenlie of excitetnents. a1amnfinmfll .Cclopdia ..., Juodson, Fla. t4]rec tionltl f" .o r ... ".

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"lltd'Tacl l eB'"ii o rhBf ra i ll l o rltlog Iol o v 1amrl oi ond r o frIST I tl A re i M I8oCEhIiAN le/O.t tolmon.
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nlner custollil teClku lotloiirifoir l ietc.l clrorl oni t he vy and l rcg ti ciar eob ri d fAm rloai tlee.
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ri r n ii i ,leahbov l Wio'fle llmsary iecMthMoe en T o wit a r ctIIraPl DIA o lte in foi u lina oleteI a '
tlonie ith e I lio clie mo b e lre i, b l o ira ti W p l t f tu l i' rin El lited
hue grealt wo.rk i tav, ..o 'i'oil It le iitlro lu, ofnor uln u nd r oi ll~tre li ilink, nr toqtor hdg- liiOrletolla-
t.i iI...I.oilat I..., I''. nu. lte B"y'" rlou n- !lm i al l'it.t-r w ellh tyro

h i'ip" 1.1,1 O. 1.' 1e l at lioi olt n ha "i i r eire overa l cbil 1i5an i, wli thticUB i N lurtn f orc cliodg o r e ith-
than .ur..t. I. ,e h rt Lbon ri ti.o.. o iv a e, to th.or Il prci, ll et i o agel o n d a ot
iridgtwrt.Oii ,lid W)lttlro t~io by e arme r nai l i'i.it~ i .u dutiuestit; folrm izttil and e'ojlc.
u la eilall ir frin nt.e lUli i ll fn ol l p ll tr liol Oi g gt Tr of eth ri, lio.T
weafu l.,r,'i, ilIlr toin.ae to loursu cri t b Es ad renale the d olurin, redf etinr
Tamea anikI d eall c dn o lort t a ious t b epai d, t raol iTh r oL e e e tto rite to

agel increase ol r l nulation. rlueaseatell all your friends that thigey can getl
ipeB for olyn o$1.50. Perfect satis fa ion is guara ted. to all who take a dvii-

lage of this great plthetliioiml e oer. Those w hose siibserlinti dns nlreilhlO lot yetnOX-
Slel Who renew now will receive Mantli Cycloleda at oncett ar nd

tlnlteoth Cylopar dia will also e agivn Ie t f an hy e i mt sedii rlg i a l't i
e,; liarly mof reru d ewirll sie nld. It e. am f oh the of Aho erii co lelth .i .rvolp -

Syeargly subsotribes to our paper. A' years, Prllt l iett si i
;NVerNrT N ANT) 1.50 TIhE. Sk .De sario n l ar 7 d, etro son, llhli t of moulntain-
t ag do lter s great premiur, h .e dln1 tho St..er. a tn or nfitarl 'an d veloosi yiofts bdtiehot o n -
loaewinm mliobhne,.oth o TC hphone, thw alype lsroter, d ie rys e tom aY t oniprtea seinta gs ao i l ull
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I received instructions to a company
Napoleon to Strasburg, so as to be ready 'yeo andt kin Ointment.
to follow his headquarters according, to A certain cure for Chronic Sore Eyes,
circumshwmich (epema.ber, 1805). Ag at- Totter, Salt EI-,. 1, Scald Head, Old
tack which the emperor suffered at the Chronic Sores, -Fevr Scres, Eczema,
beginning of thip campaign alarmed me Itch, Prairie Scratches, Sore Nipples
The very day of his departure from and Pilcs. It is cool;ig and soothing.
Strasburg I hadl blen dining with him; Hundreds of cases have been cured by
on rising from the tablo he went alone to it after all other treatment had failed.
the Empress Josephine's apartments, and 25 and 50 crt boxes for sale by
after a few moments came out again in J. M. Jackson & Son, Bronson, and
an abrupt manner. I was in the draw- IV. C. Andrews, Archer.
ing room: hbetook .me by the arm and
brought me to his room. M. do Remusat, i:S 'S S .e
his first chamberlain, who had certain '
instructions to get, and was afraid Na- .. .., 0 t'. ,.
poleon might go v-ithout giving them to -.7'''' ^":*. .. l.'.' ,
him, ente'od at the same time. We were ,. .*, _'.
barely in when the emperor fell to the i5i'; i.:n *i i
floor.. Ho scarce had time to tell me to To cure Tiliousness, Sick lHeadache, Consti-
close the door. I tore open his necker- pation, Malaria, Liver Complaints, take
chief, as he seemed to be suffocating. He the safe and certain remedy,
did not vomit; he groaned and foamed s l%%e..s
at the month. M. de Remusat gave him gt
some water; I inundated him with e.u- V [,i
de-cologne. He had something in the 11
nature of convulsion, which ceased in i
about a quarter of an hour. "ZA da (4 tl anstoth
We heated him n an armchair. He boitle). TviY AlII.E TnT .OST cONVENIENT.
began to speak again, dressed himself, s s. '1io 1,r ov .P .
.urged upon us to say nothing of this oc- .}re of e-, s e. .
currency, and half an hour later he was 1* ,. ..':,, 7P ,,iTO R A Mi
on the road to Carlsruhe. On reaching ,. .. 'I .i. ..wersorsitmps).
Stuttgart he let me know how he was. i, _,:.% ii ...i.t ;. .OISt
His letter ended with the words: "I am .
well. The duke (of Wurtemberg) came
to meet me as far as outside the first
gate of his palace. 1H is a clover man."
Another .letter of his, from StuttgarJ,
,and dated the tame day, said: "I haveBEUTY'
heard of Mack's doings. lo is getting
in as if I led him by the hand myself. THE EST.
He will be trapped in Ulm like a clod- Illustrated, Desrpiveand Priced
liopper."-Talleyrand's Memoirs in Cent- SEED ANN I U AL
nugy. il
i..~~1 9 l llbt i-: l d. FREE "tlll'

r a iV4e. LV ..m I.There are many people, old nTl young
Aik fon 'OW.t' .l)OsiruottzoO, and let.- .giO-
lsta;i. 001- sott', Eioi and 1t uyice r -- -as many who are old, perhaps, as
,ueta 'o. fitifol. ,',. Ui< j to I. -.. never stop to think of othe.
S)1d by alt Druggists. words they are using; who, for instance,
never examine their speech to see whoth-
PCOTT T4 tOWHE,Chenmlsts, NY. er they are not employing one word over
and over again in such a way as to make
::]'** 7*. their friends weary of it, even if the
r' "" word itself has no sense of being over-
1 1. worked.
i t t''*'which wias much like the f,1.,. -. was
heard on i-Lo .r ree t near a public school
"Say, Edith, my father gave me the
Sjolliest sled you ever saw for Christmas."
F110 "Oh, so did my uncle give me one!
-'A Min ame'-aw fiN11 jolly, I tell you! Deen
NA iI" t, but they say there's jolly
i coan rig d-,va by the Falls."
S"OI, ye. Marian and lienry and the
Willhina-a and all of uss went dowh yes-
V t 'n tf terday afteri'sou, .And.it'a just the jolliest
w plae, and heretcome Eleanor and Dick,
'-l^^.id S1and hlets all go nowl We'll have just the

SDr'S, Sta ke & Pale well,,but if my mother don't
know I'rm going mhe'tll be jolly angry
.FIEAY311:'NT BY. INIALATION aboutit." .
'. .Well, I guess we1l go; ut if yould
6ADE0C Al A PW REG TEHEB. come too it would be lots jollier."
'lRSST Ir! .EI .f The young people disappeared, still
talking, and how many times they used
..' J the ord "jolly" before they separated
5 it w' ald be useless to try to'conjecture.
.. ~.--Youts Companion.
Ae^,*,z-cI-i Stra~lit. llaa rf~ ~ -Winninitg Over a Juryman.
20 .rcl ~t.. P lIad'a. Pa. is related of M. Lachaud, the most
For C08snD[ll['P. AStrlld, BrAilitlilS. PSpe[!3~s famous of French criminal lawyers of
Cdldrl, i!, d I !Dii dil, DliIlty, fil- the present century, that in pleading a
ji!m., H_,a-certain case he perceived that one of the
Pdil 1Ji.U l'.;ii!md1] dl1!a.LL C..-l-I'Q-f jurors' seemed to be hostile to him and
-i ai-L ''Ter-v-eo O-US his argument. In the faces of all the
"E-'i3o Lers, other men in th4 box he saw with his
Drs Et'arkey & Paleih's' 'tlicc rF-,.:.il prioticed eyes signs that his oratory or
Eth. .:,.. r .l.riirir .1. -., i, nhlieh 'Lo:i Comrn- his shrewdlness was having its effect, but
- .,..nl shi. ..-,t ri-., t i a.,. s bees used b y this man, in spite of all he coirld do, re-
i]I,-r,,.I,-,ilt'. I' .. r., i.,..,i lysicians snd gained frowning, suspicious, obdurate.
I I.'...: r'lu 11 .*,0 indivlluals. M, -M. Lachand .kept on with hip work, and
ci,-. ,"i,-. Palen have the liberty to presently saw that his opportunity had
i.-i.:I itr I.r ... iii, ih r.,ed well-known come
persons .,..h I' 1 il' i ri-iu,., Tretlitmncit. lO c -ilth
11ev. Osgood A. Darlby, Colln bia, 8. c. It was a hbt day, and a ray of s-nlight
Colonel 'T. B. Crewe, editor Laurence- had penetrated a crevice of the curtain
ville Herald, Laiuoens F 'and was shining upon the top of the head
Rey. H. !F. Chreitz' urg, Chester, S.C of'this juryman, who was quite bald.
Rer.Sidi H Browne, editor Cuistian The lawyer paused in his argument and
;hi.... i.,1rl.i ,i S addressed himself directly to.the court.
.li .'.i. lH.I,.I,r..r.i.,,. T.)irl..ro. N, C. "if your honor would pldese," he said,
:.1 i i ...-,,,l-,., .\ lli, Ga. "to order that the curtain inyon.lerwin-
Joli0n J.'. .' D., ColtUnbis, Ga. .
Rev IW V -,.1.I, D. D., Augusta, Ga. dow be lowered a trifle I am sure that
Mrs Elia tR. Teni;ent fome Magazine, the sixth juryman would appreciate it."
Marietta ii. This sign of watchful attention won the
Rev. .. R.Kendall, tlEacon, Ga. obstinate jaryman's heart and M. Lach-
Cr. O.fo. rd, mr aud's cast.-San Francisco Argonaut.
IL. 1.. J. 2Meynardie, D, D., Camden,
S. C. Inconvenience of Having a Double.
,1ev..f6sephiis Anderson, D. D., editor
'lorida Christian Advtcate, Lelsuiir" Fla. In the north of London resides Mr.
N.M. Bowen, editor loridian Talltahass- Lovett King, a humorous siT';er and song
Sen, Fla. ', write, who, a short time ago, met with
W. S. Jordon, Madison, Fla. a curious, adventure. He was out walk-
W. Ut. Lawrence, editor Chillion View, ing one day when a lady--a total stran-
Clanton, Ala.
"ev. ,Jehn B. Gregory, Birmingham, Ala ger to him-barred his further progress,
Abner Williams Oxfordr, Ala. greeted him. aid forthwith commenced
Rev. Henry u. 'loorc, 'Nontgomery, Ala. to dilate upon the ailments of her daugh-
And thousnlds of othlursin' every part of ter, who appeared to be a great invalid.
11f United States. k In vain did Mr. King endeavor to stein
Vould ycu !ile to lmow whom it has cur-
ed,w1here tlis restoreI and vitalized peo- the tide of her eloquence and to answer
ple live, and what we-the disease re- that he had not the honor of her ac-
nmoved? return inail will bring you a bro- quaintance; still she went on.
thure of 900 paes containing these points At last he managed, as the saying
if 'ou will drop a postal to
i dl)Rs. S'rAl ,_, A'LN, goes, "to get. in a word edgeways," and
No. 1529 Arch Street Philadelhqia. Pa. blandly inquired as to whom the lady
took him for.

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* "Why,, Dr. So-and-so," naming a well
known local practitioner, was the reply.
Mr. King speedily enlightened his fair
interlocutor and went on his way laugh-
ing. It is a fact that the 'medical man
in question has very often been mistaken
for Lovett King.-London Tit-Bits.

Got the Worst of It.
Even the preachers are not averse to a
joke that lies in the line of the profes-
sional funny man. One of 'them told
the following in an east side church
lately when he was invited to speak: A
traveler discovered a man lying on the
ground one warmh day within a foot or
two of the shade of a tree. "Why don't
you lie in the shade?" he inquired. "I
did," replied the man, "but it has moved
away from me and I can't afford to fol-
low it!" "Well, if you are not the best
specimen of a lazy pan I have seen yet!
Make me another remark on a par with
that and I'll give you a quarter." The
man said, "Pat the quarter into my
pocket." He got it,-Buffalo Lspresa,


Are they diseased ?
Is a question that arects your life.
Through the stomach-hence through theiblood
'-can be cured all diseases of those organs.
WW n (Wooldridge's
I a a cure),

BRONOCHSTIS Threat AL'eotion
SCROFULA Wasting of Flesh
Or any Dieosee wIhere tie 'Throat and Lung*
area Inflamed, lack of Strength or l'ert
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