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: May 7, 1891
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Bronson (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Levy County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Levy -- Bronson
Coordinates: 29.448889 x -82.636389 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1927?
General Note: Oliver J. Farmer, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 8, no. 49 (Nov. 13, 1890).
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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Preceded by: Levy County times
Succeeded by: Levy County news
Succeeded by: Levy County news the Levy times-Democrat

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$1.00 Per Annmt. BRONSON, FLORIDA, TH1J'RSDAY, MAY 7, 1891. VOL. IX. NO 22.

The Tilles-'Democrat.

County Judge-Ben Fl'redinan.
Clerk Circuit Court-J. 31. Barco.
Sherit-W 1H. ingham.
Collector-W. H. Aiderson.
Assessor-T, J. Prevatt,
Treasurer-T. W- Sl nds.
Supt. of Schools-S. Philips.
Tvernor-F. P. Flem ing, Tailaassee.
Secretary of State-John L. Crawford,
Attorney General-W. B. Lamar Monti
cello. ,
Treasurer-F. J. Pons, Sanderson.
Comn isloner of Lands-L. B. Womb-
well, Tallahalssee.
Comptroller- W. ). Brnies, Tallahassee.
Adjutantt-Gieneral-David Lang, Cedar
Supt. of Publie Instruction-A. J. Ius-
sell, Tallahnssee
SSnpreme Court-A. E. iaxlwell, Chief
Justice; Geo. P. Raney, II. L. Mitchell,
Judges: I. W. Wilson, Ulerk, Tallahassee.
Circuit Court, Fifth Judicial Circuit-J,
J. Finley, Judge. Oeala; State's Attoruney.
W. L. Wigg, Palittka.
Register-Alex Lvnmicl
euciCer--\rV. J. Shipiman.
Surveyor-General-W. V Bloxham, Tal-

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B E- T Material. Best work guaranteed.
GOLD FILIUJNG a specialty. Al,
work promptly attended to. (!Arre[.ou-
deuce s cited. decll ly.




Prompt and eateful attention given
to business, .ly
STat. .AT T-. .". -E .
WILIi give nil BIr,.MS lor coli.etliou

s1efo2!tgage s;
A -fida-vits

Solicitor in Chancery.

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

Denhamn & Glisson,

Blacksmltli, Guqsmiths

Are prepared to do any and ahll kind.
Such as Repairing ]JUGOIS WVAUox
Plows. Ete.,at short notice.
f 'Wagoin making a specialty.

^o~rso, FLA.
Keeps on hand a general asPortmilen
of Ladies', 31i.ws' and Chilhdres


S of te latest styles.- Asso a full lin
- fMmI.LNI.:ln GOODS.

The Tinmes-Democrat three months
for only 25 cents.

The American Farmer is just the
periodical fbr our farmer Triends. It
is a splendid magazine devoted to the
Sarm and farming. The subscription
price i.s ,,e dollar per vear, but don't
fr.zet that we send it to you Fani !



President--C. W. McElroy, Jidson.
Secretary-J. Cox, Bronison.
Bronson-D. U. Mar'stellar, presi-
dent; 0. Richardson, secretary.
Blitchl-W. Ii. 11. Blitch. president;
N. B. Pluminei, secretary.
Cow P,-n Scat-C. D. Craig, pres.
Ellzey-C. ID. Parkenson, press. ;
Isham Thornton, sec.
Irni Sink-Louis Appel, pres.; J.
L. Barrow, sec.
Johisomn-W. IT. Stephens, press ;
L. E. Johnson, sec.
Liberty-J. L. Cui ry, press ; Wmn-
Watts, sec.
Orange Hill-Ilou. N. A. Blitelh.
press ; Geo. W. Willis, sec.
Pine Level-J. T. Allen, press ; J.
W. Durrcnce, see,
lRiversidle-J. M. Love, pres.; G.
W. Fletcher, see.
Rocky hfammock-S. 11. Worthinig-
ion, press. ; W. G. Itudson, sec.
Privilege-S. S. Walker, pres.; D.
S. Walker, see.
Shell Pomnd-
Union-Isaac II. Swiudal, press ;
Miss Julia Smith, see.
-Way Key-John B. Smitli pres,;
.J. II. Davies, sec.


It is reportedly that some of the whole-
sale.nmrerhants of Louisville are pre-
paring to boycott the Alliance Business
Exchange of Kentucky, but the Allii
ancemen are getting ready to "block

Lihherty Alliance, in North Carolina
publishes an appeal for the curtail-
ment of the cotton crop this year from
thirty-five to thirty per cent and the
planting of the land thus reserved in
cereals and provision crops.

All over Kentucky the Alliances
are passing resolutions to vote for no
man who uses whisky and money in
his canvass. The state organ says
resolutions are good enough, but too
much time is given them instead of to
the work of suppressing the evil con-

The Alliancemen of Arkansas have
secured the passage of a joint resolu-
tion in the legislature of that state in
favor of the election of United States'
senators by the people; and the gover-
nor has approved it. The constitution
of the United States must be changed
to secure this desired object.

The president of the North Carolina
state Alliance has issued a call for a
meeting of tobacco growers at Hen-
derson, N. C., on April 27th, to consult
with the Alliance tobacco growers of
Virginia, the object being to organize
an Alliance tobacco growers' associ-
ation for self,protection. All persons
interested in tobacco culture are invit-
ed to co-operate.

In discussing theAlliance sub- treas's
ury bill and Senator Stanford's scheme,
The Orange County Farmer, of Port
Irvis, N. Y., claims that as a matter of
fact, if the people's rights were pro,
perly respected and justice meted out,
there would be no possible excuse for
the farmer to ask the government to
loan him money. He would not need
assistance; lie could and would help
himself. It is the persistent deter-
mination of the government to en-
courage monopolies and money brokers
that works disastrously to the rural
interests, and makes the producer feel
warranted in asking for a share of the
loaves and fishes that are being so
lavishly distributed among the non-
producers. That is the gist of the whole
subj, ct.
A writer in the Farmer and Fruit
Grower makes a broad distinction be-
tween the man who joins the Alliance

to get office and the man already in
who takes one. "If," he says, "any
man has come into the Alliance for the
sake of office he should not be in the
order; but when offices are lying
around loose like big July watermelons
in the shade, nobody can blame a poor
Allianceman if le stumbles over on to
one of them. It is the prerogative and
the duty of every American citizen to
be a politician, nor is there any reason
why he should be a rascal. He can
be a rascal if he tries, but he is not
obliged to. Don't damn the politician
-I mean the Alliance politician."

0 UR AI41S.
Industrial reform as contemplated
by the the Farmers' Alliance does not
mean the abrogation of the rights of
any individual. What it seeks is to
deprive a few individuals or special
privileges by which the rights of a
majority of our citizens have been,
wrested from them. The privileged
classes have not only absorbed the
wealth, but seized the political power
of civilized nations.
A system of social and political
economy which compels the laborer to
toil daily to keep want from his door,
and is so inflexible that the sickness of
a week entails want and destitution,
upon his family, is one of the worst
forms of slavery. It is labor whiidh
should employ capital-not capital
which should employ labor. Capital
is the creature of labor made to serve
and not to govern it. Organized labor
asks that the special privileges enjoyed
by the few be extended to many, or
that they be extended to none.
"Equal rights to all and special fa-
yors to none," is our motto. ,

-. I ,G:..., *. .'' :. rre -
I've got no advice to giye. I shall
leave that to the average weekly edi-
tor. "Wise men need no advice, fools
won't take it." If a man that has
been born, raised, drilled and educas
ted to farm don't know his business
better than a man in some other occu-
pation, he'd better go offand soak his
head in soap suds. For the edification
of the hnayseed brethren in general, I
give a little extract below from the
Times-Enterprise. "The steady de-
cline in the prices of cotton resulting
from over production, and the increase
in the price of bacon and corn should
stimulate the farmers to diversify their
crops and keep at home the money
spent for supplies of meat, etc." Now,
I'll bet the Times-Enterprise don't
know that the finest country meat can
be bought in Boston at 6 to 7 cents,
and other supplies in about the same c
proportion. A Western editor would
advise thusly, "Now, hayseeds, you
had better not plant too much grain
this year, you know that meat and
lard is mighty low, and while corn is i
a little uppish this year, fifteen or
twenty cents is about all you cant
count on, and so you ihd better
diversify, etc., etc." And so I'm go-
ing to be in the fashion and give some
too. Farmers of Thomas county, if
you don't know what is best, I'm sure
I don't. You know your abilities, i
capacities, and opportunities. Plant I
what you please and as much as you a
please. Fertilize all you are able, b
and just naturally back your ears and l
'sail" in to win. Forget this frost- -
fight the devil, also the grass, get up I
soon and work late--mind your own
business and make every other blamed C
fellow mind his. Make few debts and (
pay what you make. Fear God and t
keep his commandments, for this is
the whole duty of man.-People's


continue to suffer. It is the office of
S. S. S. to cure contagious blood pois-
oning. For that disease the medicine

is surely a specific. And it is also its
A Safe hluestient, office to cure mercurial and other min-
Is one which is guaranteed to bring eral poisoning. In short, S. S. S. is
satilsfactory results, or in case of tail- the great blood purifier. It destroys
ure a return of purchase price. O0 the germs of the contagious disease,
this safe plan you can bny from onr
advertis t drugglist a bottle of ro r. and expelsfrom the system all forms of
King's New Discovery for Consnmip- mineral poisoning. It restores health
tion, It is guaranteed to bring relief and strength to the sufeerer.
in every case when tused for tuy aflfe-
tion of Throat. Lui)gs on Chest, such .
as Bronchitis. Asthma, Whooping The merchant who advertises is the
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at J. M1. Jackson & Sonl3. I him.

TALLAHASSEE, Fla., April 27,-In
the senate this morning the following
bills were passed;
To amend section 1 of chapter 3132
laws of Florida relating to jurors. ,
To amend an act entitled an act to
provide an annuity for disabled sol-
diers and sailors of the state of Florida.
A bill to change the name of"Sand
Fly Point" in the county of Duval.
For the relief of the Gainesville
To insure the assessment and aid in
the collection of taxes upon all bonds,
mortgages, notes, certificates.of depos-
it or other evidences of indebtedness
subject to taxation.
In relation to the placing, construct-
ing or maintaining of obstructions in
streams upon which there are mills.
Deferring the liabilities of railroad
companies in certain cases.
To protect public bridges from in-
jury by floating logs and drifts
To make husband and wife conmpe-
tent witnesses.
For the relief of Wm. HI Trimmer,
supervisor of registration for Escam.
bia c(u ity.
In the house this morning Mr.
Bogue offered the following concur-
rent resolution which was adopted:
Whereas, The memorial day for the
Confederate soldiers who gave their
lives to the Confederate cause, occur-
red on Sunday, and there was no op-
portunity for the legislature, as a body,
to show their respect for this sac'ed
service; and
SWhereas, The brave men who gave
their lives to their tCouiury, whether
irpon the Contederate or Uuiou side,
ar'e enrolled in the "nolle army of
Inartyrd," to whose praise the church
'aldLa akinid cjiauts .aigaWLum. aic
Ilmrugn itie ce-lurle..i, mHiia all iiltory "
records will honor and respect; there'.
Resolved, That in honor of their
heroic courage and their sufferings
and sacrifices the senate and house
will adjourn on the conclusion of the
joint ballot at 10 a. m. Tuesday.
The following bills were read the
third time and passed:
' To continue the rights, privileges,
powers, franchises and grants of the
Carrabelle, Tallahassee and Georgia
railroad company, formerly the Au-
gusta, Tallahassee and Gulf, and to
extend the time for the completion of
the same.
To prohibit officers from bidding
for or entering into any contract in
which they Pre or may be interested
in the letting, and prescribing a pen,
alty for the same.
4ro authorize the county commission-
ers of Dade county to make a new di-
vision of the said county into county
commissioners' di-tricts.
To revoke and abolish the present
municipal government of Gainesville,
in certain respects, and to reorganize
a city government therefore.
To legalize thie location of the coun-
ty seat of Dade county.
(.Continued on page two.)

The ordinary treatment of contag-
ous blood poisoning is to drive one
poison from the system by introducing
mother. 'he result, in most cases,
has been that which usually follows a
eap trom the frying-pan into the fire.
To put it mildly, mercurial and other 1
mineral poisonings have disadvantages (
which are hardly less serious than t
contagious blood poison. In either
case the system is wrecked; and yet t
there is no reason why humanity should s

Highest of all in Leavening Power.-U. S. Gov't Report, Aug. z7, zx88

It Deserves Your S support.
Eyery year your local paper gives
from 100 to 5,000 free lines for the
sole benefitofthe community in which
it is located. No other agency can or
will do this. The local editor in pros
portion to his means does more for his
town than any ten men, and in all
fairness, man with man, he ought to
be supported, not because you may
happen to like him or admire his
writings, but because in a local paper
is the best investment a community
can make.
It may not be brilliant or crowded
with great thoughts, but financially
it is more of a benefit to a community
than the preacher or teacher. Under-
stand us, now; wedo not mean morally
or intellectually, but financially. And
yet on the moral question you will find
the majority of local papers are on the
right side of the question. Today the
editors of local papers do the most
work for the least money of any men
on earth. Subscribe for your local
paper; not as a charity but as an ia-

J. M. Jackson & Son, the druggists,
desire us to publish the following tes-
timonial as they handle the remedy
and believe it to be reliable.
I bought a 5o cent bottle of Cham-
berlain's Pain Balm and applied it to
my limbs, which have been afflicted
with rheumatism at intervals for one
year. At the time I bought the Pain
Balm I was unable to walk. I can
truthfully say that Pain Balm has
completely cured me. It. II. Farr,
IIolywood, Kan. Mr. A. B, Cox, the
leading druggist at Hlolywood vouches
for the truth of above statement.

A shady occupation-Making awn,

.lerit I1",, }.
W eo Th-ir.e I-) .t to ( eIIr cit-i/lns that 1
1r70yar we have L-.-n _-olling Dr.
King's NCeml I (-ove'ry lr 'OiIItiiiiiliuni
I)r. Kini '.- New Lii'c Pill- I. llurli lri'.s
have I r.,.. Ii: i .ll l r n. clieis ll.at cill
as well or that have given such unli-
versal satisfaction. We do not hesi-
tate to guarantee them every time,
and we stand ready to refund ilhe
purchase price if satisfactory results
do not follow their use. These rem-
adies have won their great popularity
on their merits. J. M31. Jacksou & Son,

Hides and pelts-The average boy
in a snowball season.

State of Ohio, City of Toledo,
Lucas County. S s
Frank J. Cleney makes oath that
lie is the senior partner of the firm of
F. J. Cheney & Co., doing business in c
the city of Toledo, county and State
aforesaid, and that said firm will pay
the sum of ONE IIUNDRED DOL-
LARS for each and every case of CA-
T'rAni that cannot be cured by the use
of Hall's Catarrh Cure. t
Sworn to before me and subscribed
in my presence, tins 6th day of De-
cember, A. D., 1886.
Secalj Notary Public.

Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter-
nally and acts directly on the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system.
Send for testimonials, free.
F. J. CIIENER & CO., Toledo, 0.
rWI'Sold by Druggists, 75c.

The refrain of the Arctic Circle-
'Freeze a jolly good fellow."

iticlen's Arnica Salee.
The best salve in the world for cuts,
rnluises, Soie8, Ulcers, Salt Rlihinm,
Feveir Sores, Tetter,( Chapped Ilands,
Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Erup-
ions, and positively cures Piles, or ito I
)ay required. It is guaranteed to 0
pivc perfect satisfaction, or money re-
unded. Price 25 cents per box. For
iale by J. M, Jackson. & Son. i

When you're languid and dull In the
spring of the year,
Wlefn stomach and liver are all out of
When you're stupid at morn and feverish
at niglit
And nothing gives relish and nothing g.es
Pon't try any nostrum, elexir, or pill,-
"Golden Medical Discovery" just fills the
The surest and best of all remedies for
all disorders of the liver, stomach and blood
is Dr. Pierse's Golden Medical Discovery.

A cooper ought to be able to stave
off disaster.

In almost every netghborh.l>d.
throughout the west there is some
one or more persons whose lives have
been saved by Chamberlain's Colfe,
Cholera and Dimarrhiacs Remedy, od4
who have been cured of chronic dlaf'
rhleaby it; Such persons take eas-
pecial pleasure.in recommending the
remedy to others. The praise that
follows its introduction and use makes
it very popular. 25 and 50 cent bot-
tles for sale by J. M. Jackson & Son,
Bronson; and W. C. Andrews, At'-

SonIstruck-The gentleman who is
knocked down by his offspring.

An old physician, retired from prac-
tice, having had placed in his hands by
an East India missionary the formula
ot a simple vegetable remedy for the
speedy and permanent cure of Cot-
sumption, Bronchitis, Catarrh. As.
thma and all throat and Lung Affec-
tions, also a positive and radical cure
ftor Nervous Debility and all Nervous
Complaints, after having tested its
wonde.aful curative powers in thous-
anl., of cases, has felt it his duty to
make it known to his suffering fellows.
A.cl aiil by this motive ail a desire
to relieve human suitlfring, I will send
11-d w, -ci all who desire r(|
this re,'ii.r tTTnoITorn iT ffc'FierTsfrt
glish, with full directions for prepar-
ing and using. Snt by mail by ad-
dressing with stamp, naming this
paper. W., A. Noves, 820 Powers'
Block, Rochester, N. Y.

The man who tried heroic measnire
found they were several sizes to largm
for him.

Some of the Grand Armiy boys may
be interested in the following front
Alex. B. Pope, A. D. C., Commander,
Dep't. Tenn. and Ga. lie says: "We
have had an epidemic of whooping
cough here, (Stewart, Tenn..) and
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has
been the only medicine that has done
any good." There is no danger from
whooping cough, when this remedy is
freely given. It completely controls
the disease. 5o cent bottles for sale
J. M. Jackson & Son, Broisoli; and
W. C. Andrews, Archer.

SY" will be the first discussion for
publication, ever held between Bap.
fists and Roman Catholics.
It will begin April 25th, 1891, and
appearing the Church -Progress and
AMERICAN BAPTIST at the same time,
)ccupying five or six columns per
week, for six months or more.
Proposition: "Resolved, '1hat the
Roman Catholic Church is the True
Church of God."
The Church Progress affirms:
The American Baptist denies.
The Church Progress is endorsed by
wo Archbishops and sevan Bishops of
ho Romish Church. THE AMEnCAx
BAPTIST, containing both sides, will
be sent eight months for one dollar.
&ddress D. B. Ray, Editor, 1310 l0.
ve St., St. Louis, Mo.

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T iLL AISSEE, Fla., April 30.-- Ju iO.N, Fla., Api '91. 2., d utUce tu, .NV .L. ...
S .....- ----. _..._ .. -- _. : tMarch 2., ,18 1,
,--- ,.._-. TS Demlocratic caucus assembled at Correspondencie TimeS-DImoOratS Notice is htrdlv i iveitliut thei llowiing-
Si o'clock t .- r -i'_ Ninetv-nine mem- Not seeing anything from this part ",,"" 'dl Il,,6II,1.li rilrd m ef tire of hlis inteon-
tll "Not [ I, I U In i tl 01 i1 J1 ill rtol! 1pi o't ill lli
DE'O 'CRAT PUS. SI"* N CO' btars were present. Ballots were taken of thle county, 1 will try and give you vi1if, e 1)f a it fllt ai proo i wil i t.e idbe-
oo---'-hepasig- -evn_.ts._._-.,__.-)-1--.Z.- *fol c lt ilo. imit) ilk ili se'eti clerk circulit
OLIVER J. FARMER Editor, as fo" ws: the passing events. irt i unsoll, lFla., on 3ay 27, 1891,
o. Fitysecond Ballot-Call 50, Speer Our iarnlers are all busy aid have iz: i
29io, i Boxlhaii 2, Mays 1, Mabry, fair prosn ects for good crops iotwiLhl. iALRY A. STEl'lIENS, (nee lees.-;
iMESIMBSEI of the FLORIDA 1, blank ong 3. vil standing the late cold snap. inan.) ort "Iv ia.) lia. i
1, l" id---,. .-.. -3. i^. ,Id for tile.N o.fl, v; S\ r o1 817
PRES ASSOCATON; allte lt'hd Ballot-Call 50, Speer e Tewritei has had occasion to visit I I t c. w 1
with the NATIONAL EDITORIAL 3,, .,. seveinral portions of the coutty;,ain he InI nniian the lillowilig witiiesses to
ASSOCIATION37, scattering 10. find the firiier iall up and doing.h In provelpis c. intlinius reid1enee upon and
The following ne'v business ,was in, the Gulf Inammock we find that there h utiest eeks' t Al 1 Ai Turner,ti 1 a H-
2.Sg 'L -.'. '.'n-.' .-.nnet e., produced in the IIou-se to-day: is a great deal of interest inll the culti- greaves, Aaron iDyess,of ItLebanon, Fla.
,. .-........ ...."; : ", A' A petition from iange county for ovation of tobacco, and that a stock AI.EX. LYX. ( .
....- -. -: .. ..... -- an appropriation for sn annual eni- company has already heen formed fisr n f .
(Entered at the P. 0. at Bronson ofthe liti the man.aUaclure of it. WAh such N:SO'lI(Ie l") CULC ATION.
Sm campment oftpe oinii, men as Messrs. BccK, Bitting, Jako, Land Oltice at Guinesville, FlVi,
as -scouclass matter.) A resolution proposing an amend- bie, Wingate and Mendenhall at the 3tarei Is, 1891.
ment to the constitution -relative to helm it will certainly succeed; and ticle erlt'i has ttl lefollow-
TIIURSDIAY, May 7, 1891. alien ovwnersnip of lands. why not? Haven't we got the soil t0ution to make eominhtiion prof in sup-
rsoution providing that the and the cliniate? All we Jack is a trial, port orfis claim, and that said proof will
A resolution providing that the e mnile before .,-itlor and Receiver at
The Floridian constantly calls upon sessions begin at 9 o'clock and con- We noticed in a late paper that Gainesville, ]'la., .n 31.., .2, 1891., viz:
hpnisoic of the tobacco aUroweis .around JOHN P. iEDDIl 1. of Williston,
the alliance fr unity, but it never tinue until 3:.30 o'clock. This was Quincev had refused 65 cents a pound Fla..
once suggests that this unity should be adopted. for their crop." Won't that beat cot- ld, 20294 for the wy ofNWy Sec. 6 T. 14
brought about by the voting of the A hill to regulate the appointment ton at fourteen centi? 'ie n es the fllooing witnesses to
minority (ifthe alliance in the legisla- of trustees for the agricultural college We also noticed that the farmers prove hiis continuous residence upon, and
etiultivation of, said land, viz:
ture with the mnjo ity of the alliance and to provide for- governors of the were planting more land to grain and N. A. Blitel, ot Williston; J, J.. Barber,
for senator Call, although Senator experimental station as prescribed by bread crops, and making a more de- Hill and w. H, Buth of aron,
Ca'l is the sole candidate before the the act of congress. and hominy at home, and not rely on Alex. Lynch, lRogister.
legislature who has planted hlumself A bill to prescribe the form of land the merchant's corn crib and smoke salary ov $ per week: Wanted-
squarely upon the platform of the ali-, deeds. house, This is as it ought to be. good Pl'03 agents to sell our gon-
ance principles.-Tines-Union. A bill coucerning foreign building The legislature met on the 7th listt, t1al line of lmerclIhaldise. No pe.d-
.ad Itt i 1 iling. Above salary will be pail to
and loan associations and similar asso- and we hope that it will repeal some "li ng. For further iiornia-
IThat is a big suit which William ci tions operating in Florida. of the useless and burdensome laws iont address
Cornell Jewett brout against Robert or passed by the last session, (the road C(2..mAG E (;NF.mRAL SUPPLY Co.,
Cornell Jewett brought against Robert A bill regating asigments law for one,) and relieve the people No. 178 West an B St.,
Garrett, Willian Frick and Francis A bill to provide for the employ, somewhat of the burden of taxation. Chicago, 11l.
C. Lathrop of Baltimore, Md., in the ment of certain convicts on public We notice that Senator Summers NOTICE FOIR PUBLICATION.
United states court at Trenton, N. J., roads has introduced a bill entitled an act LAND OrrIcE AT GA.NrSILLE. FLA.,I
on Wednesday. Mr. Jewett asks for A bill to legz lize the incorporation to facilitate the listing of property for April 11, 1891,.
$3,000,000 for a breach of contract. of Cis. taxes; and Senator Hammonds' bill, Notice is hereby given that the following
$ 3 0 c rita. f that no more land shall be sold for m iiied settler h;is filed notice of his inten-
The basis of tiesuit is a contract be- A bill to incorporate Bethany Camp taxes. Now, how will you get the elin, and thaft iaid proof hill e made beis
tween Mr. Jewett and Mr. Garrett and Ground in Pasco county, taxes if you are not allowed to sell the fore J.ud'e, or in his absence, clerk circuit
others to lay a cable between this A bill to amend the act providing property? It does seem that there is coext atl BroinslF, lia., on June 8th, 1891,
country and Europe. It is alleged for the payment of a poll tax as a something wrong somewhere with the D" VIDE. WILLIAMS, of Williston,
that Mr. Garrett and his friends did tpr-requisite to voting, taxation on real estate. F!a.,
th t erG art t nMtpre-reqisite to votig. r. Editor, don't you think the 11d. 161.17 flor the EV o01 NEm; SWy of
not keep their part of the contract, A bill relating to the survey of lands plan as practiced by the Hawkeye sN and NEN otf81, See. 18, Tr. 13 8. i.
thus preventing Mr. Jewett from keep- in the Forbes purchase. would be a good one to try here in lie namnes the following witnesses to
ing his, and causing him to lose a large By Mr. Shine a resolution for the Florida? In the first settlement of prove his (ontino;s residence u1on aind
sum of money.--Savannah News. appointment of a committee to Iowa they passed laws making the I uhoinis Brooks, J., Tner, .1 A.
peaking of Senator Call, ex-Gover thoroughly investigate the operations real estate pay four-fifths of the taxes, Hawkins,C. K. watsoni of W illiston, Fla.
Speaking of Senator Call, ex-Gover tho estigte the operate without any distinction between slough 2-6w AR eIster.
nor Bloiham says.-- of the state board of health, and upland, improved and unimprov-
"In the dark days of reconstruction, A bill to incorporate the Arcadia, ed, while the tax on personal property NOTICE FORl PUBLICATION.
hen the carpet-bg niigovernment Gulf Coast and Lakeland Railroad was merely nominal. There was no Lard Oflice at Gainesville, Fla.,)
'when the carpet-bag niisgovernmet I 0d such thinn as land "and imnprovenens" Aplil 11, 1891.
Company. It passed. such thing aNs an improvemens Natiee is hereby given that the follow-
tried in every possible way to strangle -that is, when you gave in your land ing,-namned settler has filed notice of his in-
our State, to utterly crush the virtue, In the House nine bills passed dur- you were not asked if you hada house teltion to make final proof in support of his
intelligence and respectability of our ing the session, eightyssix are on sec. oi it worth fifty dollars or a thousand J ani rleIld sao ld 1uit 1rtowill ihi at
pegple-when deviltry and revelry, end reading and 227 have been in- dollars. I Here, you give in your land,! senee clerk circuit court,at Bronson, Fla.,
wiff fife and drum and torch, marched produced and then if you have a tew log cabins, no .unte 8 .lIf, z:Wil-
in black column of procession on our and a pole fence around a "tater" AUGUSTUSN. WILLIAMS, of Wil-
SSt e niobht throetoninonr n, In the Senate to-day a bill was in- ._ro.tai_.ian. ie ]i,'to I'i s r. iit'tCo
an-d alarming our women and'chi i.rg t i'i r- prevei.t a".'uTt.-rations in or two dollars worth of improvements. E
dren; that man who stood valiantly by food and medicinal products. I have already heard several men say He nmneos the following witnesses to
side I figin in his prove his continious residence ipon, and
my side fighting in his property for TALLAIIASSEE, May 2.-The senate (men who own a hundred and sixty cultivation of. saidlanl, ideviz ond
the redemption of his state and all in. acres of land and more, and who have T. H. Westbrook. A, L. Abereromnbie, J.
eluded was Wilkinson Call. I cannot metat ten o'clock pursuant to ad- built themselves comfortable houses B. 'ryner, J. A. Hawkins, of Williston,
forget it; the'people will not. For journment, on the same,) "that if they had their Fa Alex. Lynch, Register.
them, for myself, I answer, Iwill never On motion the rules were waived, money back they'd not put it in a
do nught to prevent his election." bills taken up on their third reading, house; they live in log huts the balls NOTICE FORl PUBLBIATION.
And for his noble tribute to merit ance of their lives." Land Office at Gainesville, Fla.,
he haers of Call denounce Bloxham, and the following ,were passed and ance of their lives." March 25. 1891.
the waters of Call denounce amrted to the house Yet those very men pay taxes on Notice is hereby given that the follow-
deservedly the political idol of his ordered certified to te house. their land at from one dollar to two ing-named settler has filed notice of his in-
people. See their venom. For the relief of William H. Big- and a half dollars per acre, while some port of his lai, and that said proof iSill
ham, sBeriffin and for the county of of the syndicate land owners (who Ie made before Register and Receiver at
Disston's Snap. Levy. own some of the very best land in the (ainesville, Fla., on May 25, 1891, viz:
From the Macon Telegraph. To prevent the catching of fish by state) pay on a valuation of forty to T1o3M1AS BUTLER, of Baree, Fla.,
,.eighty cents per acre. lid. 19019 for the NWV 4Sec. 21 T. 14 S. I.
Mr. Hamilton Disston of Philadel- means of poisons, etc. eighty cents e .. 181E.
Now, if this isn't discriminating He nanr.es the following witnesses to
phia, who is chiefly famous for his To incorporate the Manatee River against the small try hi favor of the piove his continuous residence upon, and
millions, thinks he has other millions Telephone and Telegraph coin- big fish, what is it? And it does look leretimalhi Jolso, .iM. Strewn J. B.
in sight, and is correspondingly hap- pany. like it was time for a change. We Stanley, D. A. MI. Armstrong, of Barco,
py. It will be remembered that the To establish a uniform system of re- wish our county fathers could, or the Flat. Alex. Lynch. Register.
state of Florida granted to Mr. Diss- cord and file-keeping in probate offices the legislature would find some way
to sole the problem. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE.
ton a great many thousand acres of of the stateof Florida. to solve the problem. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE.
Someone asked if we were willing A LL persons holding claims against the
swampland, on condition tnat he Regulating steam ferries. estate of Ira J. Carter, deceased, are
Sland, on condition tat lie Regulating stea ferries, to pay ninety cents for a new court required to present then to the adniiiis-
would drain them, and in doing so Establishing a criminal court of re- house? Yes, if the ninety cents were trator without delay and those indebted to
probably made a good- trade. Much cord in the county of Moni@oe. all; but not otherwise. said estate are required to make settle-
ment, wvithlth(le undersigned.
of thedraining has been done and Mrl Providing for the speedy settlement We made a visit to Fannin a few N. It. CARI'tliER, Admr.,
Disston is fairly entitled to whatever and.distribution of estates which are days ago and had the pleasure of Estate of Ira J. Carter. Deceased.
profit he has made in their increased not indebted. shaking hands with the genial mer'.NOTICE.
value. But it is not this increased Providing for the payment officers ros are doing tha fine business under v IX months from date of this noieet I
tillS ,. .r. ,.v-- ,i pa.niei 1>i'os. ate doing a fine business under ^ i.i present mv til acountS atd
value which is rejoicing him. "We of court in cases of estreated bonds. the management of Major McGrew. vouchers as executor of the estate of Ricth-
Shave 150,000 acres of land," he re- Providing for the payment of agents Judging from Ed. L.'s smiling tace, ard D. sitinis, late of Levi county, de-
ceased to the Iton. Benijamin Friediaan,
cently said to a reporter, "which Claus of this state sent into other states for good looks and cheap goods, he is still county Judge of Levy county, and ask to
on deck. be discharged as such executor.
Spreckels says will produce 6,000 the purpose of securing fugitives from Juonwel, between Me. Pi JAES BACO, Executor.
of sugar to the acre; but I justices. Judl1on-well, between Mess. Pick, ,Februtary i, ist19.
pounds of sugar to the acre; but I justices. ett and Doke the good people can be
want to be conservative, and we have To define the fees of sheriffs, a'td for supplied with merchandise; and Mess. rI-TE OIDEIT.
put it down at 4,000 pounds. At 4,- the service of writs of habeas corpus, Rogers & Kidd will furnish them
000 pounds the product of 15,000 and to provide for the payment of the lumber and grind their corn. TY PE W RITER.
acres should be 600,000,000 pounds same. Elizey and Otter Creek-well, now,
per annum the bounty on whichat 2c. To amend an act to provide for an all ow wait o e en ertained will buy the Udell Type Wrt-
pound, would be the neatsum of $12,s annuity disabled soldiers ad sailors jst let him go to either of those places, with 78 tC a mi Check $1 er fortor,
000 000,a handsome dividend on $100,- ofthe state of Florida. It was our good fortune to have busi- Single Case Odell, warrnlted to do
000,000 capitalization." It is the boun- The House passed the following: ness down there some time ago. and bIetor work thouin anv machine made.
ty, the bonus, which the government. The charter of the Georgia, Florida we found there the cheapest goods and it combines siJmplicity with dura-
will give him beyond the worth of his and Western railroad. kindest hearted people to be run ility, speed, ease of oeIraltion, wears
across anywhere. And the health of longer without cost of repairs than
sugar, that makes Mr. Disston's heart Allowing Duyal county to improve the people we meet is exceedingly any other machine. Has no ink rib-
glad, and it must be admitted that the St. Johns river and to issue bonds good, even for Florida. bon to bother the operator. It is neat,
the prospect of receiving a gift of $12,. for the purpose. Well, Mr. Editor, if'this doesn't find ad tapted to tilldmts of t' e iting,
000,000 a year is enough to warm up To restore certain lands to sale and its way to the dreaded waste basket, Like a printing press, it produces
even the coldest of money lovers. But settlement, we wiil write again. HOOSIER. siarp, clean, legible lmalnuscrilpts.
every year or two the people will have All bills in relation to taxation YOU ABE IN A BAD FIX wit tn elAl co teplelint ber o cat n
chance to say whether or not they and assessments are referred to the become a good1 operator in two daSr .
will tax themselves in order that they joint committee with instructions to But we will cure you if you will pay We offer $1.000 to any operator who
may treat Mr. Disston with such loyal prepare and report a bill, us. Men who are Weak, Nervous and cal equal thlie work ot' the Double
a ts l.Debilitated, suffering from Nervous Case O ll.
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their parents in Bronson'this week. last Friday, and nature appeared to
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homue in New York. in a Sunday school picnic. The, at.

Clrch Directory. The 58th ballot in the caucus for
S-- h- senator stood Call 53, Speer 31. And
Methodist church-Rev W. S. Rch- p r ... "
ardson, pastor. ,r'inching the first Call is still on top,
Sunday in eadiA m"Otli, a 11 a. in Rev. Dr. Jos. F.Shands will preach
and(I 7 P' "In._
Sabbath school overyu Sunday at 3 ia the Methodist church on Sunday
p. in ; .Dr. J. M. Jackson. Si., super- morning. All. are invited to come.
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Baptist church-hev. Robt. Keith,
pastor. Preatihin;Ig the third Sun-
day in each mounih, ut 11 a. in. and 7
p). in.
Sabbath school every Sunday at 10
a. im.; 0. ,. earlier, superintendent.
Evangelical church-De. S. liean,
pastor, preaches (W('ery second and
lourth Su inlay in evei'y imontth, at 11
a.m. amndl pI m.
Sabbath school every Sundarv at 10
a. in.; Dr. S. Bean, suiperiitleideit.

Be ye therefore followers of God,
as dear children.-Eph, v. i.
May 7.
Hot and dry.
Wanted-A good, soaking rain.
The postoffice building is nearing
Mr.-J. R. Smith, of Trenton, was in
town Monday last.
Mrs. E. M. Lindsay went on avisit
to Gainesyille Tuesday.
Judge Davis, of Gainesville, was it
town this week on business.
Mrs. M. M. Tousey, of Jacksonville,
is visiting her son in Bronson.
There will be a Sunday school pic-
nic-at Cedar Key next Saturday.
'Mr. W. I. H. Blitch, of Barco,
made us a pleasant call Saturday.
Rev. Jos. Shands, of Starke, is viss
iting his mother in town this week.
Farasiticile cures itch in 30 mmin
-Utes. Price 50c. Sold by J. B. Coarsey.
Mrs. Jacob Miller (nee Mrs. Belle
Gordon) of Palatka, was in town this
Miss Annie Lummus, of Williston,
l.,i been vi-i,,fi '- friend, i MI.n
Leila Shands this week. -
The excursionists returned home
Sunday morning, declaring they had
hau a most glorious time,.
The Levy county Alliance meets in
Bronson on Monday, the 18th inst.
Delegates will please remember.
Col. N. R. Carter informs us that
the oat crop about Levyville has been
seriously damaged by the drouth.
t'etitions asking our representatives
to stand by Call to the bitter end, are
being largely signed over tLe county.
We hear complaints of the scale min
Ssect on orange trees, caused by the
continued dry weather. A. few good
rains would effect a cure.
Mrs. S. M. Solomon, Macon, Ga.,
says: I believe that Bradycrotine is
the most wonderful medicine for tire
cure of headache I have eyer tried.
Mr. Isham Stephens, of Ellzey, left
at our office last Saturday two of the
most gigantic rutabaga turnips we
ever saw, and they were grown on
natural soil too
Notice.-All persons are hereby no.-
tified not to buy or trade for a piece
of road scrip No. 108, amounting to
$14.60, issued to J. H. Sutton Feb. 2,
1891, the same having been lost.
iMay 7, '91. W. C. JACKSOX.
Mr. Lovett Smith has a horse that
should be placed in the ring with Sul-
livan. Some days ago the animal got
its foot fastened in the bridle, and as
Mr. Smith attempted to free it the
horse threw up his heid, striking Mr.
Smith in the right side and breaking
one of his ribs. .
Cotton appears to be a drug on the
market, At the court house Monday
Col. N. R. Carter sold fifty odd ales
at public outcry--eleven bales bring-
ing 114 cents per pound, and the re-
mainder 141 cents. It was bid in by
Mr. John F. Jackson for IH. F. Dut-

Rev. L. Bryan, secretary of Privi,
lege Alliance, made us a pleasant call
yesterday and subscribed br the T.-D.
Collector Anderson says that the
people paid up their taxes so closely
there was scarcely no land to sell.
This is indeed gratifying, for, judging
from the length of the tax advertise-
ments in some of the counties, one is
led to think the entire county is to be
sold, Levy county soil is too valuable
The Bronson public school closes
to-morrow evening with an entertain-
ment at the Methodist church. The
term just closed has been very suce
cessful. Miss Ice, the principal, is a
pleasant young lady, and an energetic
and competent teacher, and the com-
munity securing her services another
year will be fortunate.
The Methodists ot Archer will lay
the corner stone of their handsome
new church on the 13th inst. Rev.
J. C. Ley, Presidinz Elder of Gaines,
ville District, will conduct the cere-
mony. Other speakers will be present.
Dinner will be served on the grounds
free of charge, and the public gener-
ally is invited to be present.
Albion's phosphate interests will
make it a railroad centre. Already
three roads limye been built in as many
directions to tap the rich mines round
about, and the mining of rock is being
pushed rapidly. Mr. W. R. Perry,
man, foreman of railroad work for the
Albion Phosphate Mining and Chems
ical company, tells us that the road
will-be completed this week, and that
the company wants one hundred men
to put in the mines.
Luck is a fortune. Ten years ago
i hen Mr. J. B. McCorquodale's first
child was born hbi .ad, as the extent
of his worldly possessions, $1.50 in
cash and a bushel and a half of corn.
One year ago he took a homestead of
160 acres in the Shell rond section,
which was just saved by the Pasco bill.
Last week he sold 80 acres of this land
for $3,200, and. has refused $10,000)
for the other eighty. He says $15,000
are in sight, and that hl; is now able
to pay his debts.
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cianstrccoammnend it. All dealers sell it. Genuine
has trade mark and cruised red lines ou Wrapper.

-"I say, Mrs. Douglas, can you tell
me how to get up some new dishes to
please my family? They have grown
tired of mush and milk threb times a
Mrs. Douglas-"Why, Mrs. Brown,
I am surprised that you have not
heard the news. Go to the TIMIES
DEMOCRAT office, pay one year's sub-
scription in advance, and tihe Editor
will give you the American Farmer
one year free. In it youi cannot only
learn how to make new dishes, but
you get many instructions from the
Ladies' Department of great value. I
could not do without the American
Farmer now.

No man ever amounts to much who
hasn't got confidence enough in him

ton & Co., of Gainesville. self to make an effort.
The senate has confirmed the uomi.. A year's subscription to the TAfMES
nations of the following gentlemen to DEMOCRAT paid in advance, will eu-
be county commissioners for Levy titled you to 'The Rural Call a year
county-J. B. Smith, 0. II. P. Kirk- without extra charge.
land, F. WV. Blitch, S. J. Clyatt, and
Win. Batty. The three first named A believer i'i signs should be cured
are new members, the two latter gen- of his superstition when he enters a
tlenmen being old stand-bys, dime museum:;

teudance was not very large, but all
united in having a good time, and go
well did they succeed itht all were
sorry when the time came to separate,
Miss Baiu's music class sung some nice
songs in the forenoon, and when dinner
time came everybody repaired to
"lovers' retreat" where the tables had
been spread. The good things were
inexhaustable, and when all had ber.n
filled, five hundred more nught havrt
dined sumptuously. Mrs Richardson,
Mrs. Jackson, and Mrs. Shands sold
lemonade, cream and strawberries,
from which they realized enough to
pay off the last cent's indebtedness on
the Methodist church. In every pai,
ticular the day was a success, and thll
young folks enjoyed the evening in a
social at the residence of Dr. Jackson.
Among the visitors present were Mrs.
Jakobie and Mrs. Mendenhall of Gulf
LHammock; Miss Annie Lummus of
Williston, and the Misses Grace Cub-
berly, Lula Hughes and Lilly Han-
cock of Archer.

Fannin Flashes.
April 27, 1891.
Correspondence Times-Demnocrat.
It has been dull about here for quite
awhile, and I have had nothing to
write about of interest.
E, Lummus has sold the Fannin
mills to Messrs. Halbrook, Jones &
Everett, and I trust it is a good pur-
chase for the boys. Trade is lively,
the best attention being paid to custo-
mers, and nothing is lacking to make
them happy in spending their money.
Last week while T. F. Blalock and
his two oldest sons were away from
home. Mrs. B. and the small children
attempted to burn off a part of the
pasture; but the fire proved too much
for them, and 100 panels of fence were
burned. When old Tom returned
home he had a job of fencing to do,
but he said that was a trifle compared
to the loss of his blackberries, about
half of his farm being ruined.
Rain is badly needed, as there are
some crops not yet up,
I see in your issue of March-1O'tfrat
Mr. Progress is disposed to thrash me
a little. Hle is welcome to do so, but 1
intend to stand my ground. I may
make mistakes, as I chewed but one(
dictionary, and never learned enough
about grammar to know whether John
owned a cap or not, but I always aci
the truth. Progress' article plainly
showed that he was in favor of men
holding office who would not show any
favors to the laboring man, and if I
am not mistaken in the man I sup-
ported him twice at the ballot box, for
which I ask his pardon and promise
to do so no more.
As for the people of Levy county
being taught that tneir oranges were
valuable, it must have been a long
time ago, for in 1848 1 bought oranges
from men who said they were from
this Part of Florida, having transport-
ed their oranges across the country to
Greenville, Ga., a distance of about
400 miles. I ani sure they are not the
men he spoke of, for driving a wagon
is too degrading for his class. As his
article shows so plainly his opposition
to the comfort of the laborer, I will
not ask for any more space to chatter
with him. ELI.

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In Circuit Court, 5th Judicial Circuit
of Florida, Levy County.
George W. Mlaxwell)
vs. Divorce.
Isabella Maxwell.
D UE proof having been filed in my of-
flce that the res:dcnce of ithe sail Isa-
bella Maxwell is unknown and that she is
over the age of twonty-one years.
It is ordered that tlhe saidlIsabella, Max-
well do appear, plead, answer or demur to
the complainant's bill ol complaint filed in
this cause, on or before Monday, the 8th
day ofe June, A. I). l)l1, or the said bill
will be taken as confessed and a decree pro
con fesso entered up against her.
It is further ordered that this order )be
published for four consecutive weeks in
the Levy Tiies-l)emorat, a newspaper
published in Bronson, Levy county, Flia,
[Seal.] Clerk Cicuit 'Court.
I. IS. Coulter, Coiiiltphs. Sol'tr.
Broiisoi, FVia., May 7, 1891l.
A LL parties indebted to J. Coarsey,
Sir., will please come forward within
the next ten das and manke sitisfactorv
settlement, or the claims against them will
be placed in the hands of a collector. Also,
ail mortgages that have not been satisfac-
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Bronson, Fla., April 30, 1891.

A LL parties indebted to the estate of
l-Mary-V. -errvman, deceased, will
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irdersizned at once; and all parties hav-
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same within six months from d(late, or this
notice will be pleed in bar of their recovery
Bronson, Fla., April 30, 1891.
March 7, 1891. f
Notice is hereby given that the following
named settler has filed notice of his inten-
tion to make tinal proof in support of his
ejaim, and that said proof will :e made
before Register and IReceiver at Gaines-
ville, Fio., on May 11, 1891, viz:
MORRIS JACKSON. of Archer, Fla.,
Hd. 14217 for the SWy, Sec. 12 T. 11 S. It.
17 E.
lie names the following witnesses to
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cultivation lof, said land, viz:
Richlmnoid McKinney, Elbert MeKinney,
Nathan Ralls, January Mellagan, of Ar.
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I he Times Democrat and refer to the tollowing niweid nell-known
liersons Wis liive tried this Treaitilcnt..
Ite r Osg ood A. Da1ivo t'iomliinliai S. c.
Jud/e's Library for Coloiel T. I. Criwn, editor Laurence-
v!lle Herald, Lauioies S. 0.
Only $1.50, 1ey. It. F. ('hrleilzliurnr, Chester, S. C
.. eyT..Juhnll L. er rdertlL, 'Co lt !in S t C.
l- er. Sidi II tBrowniei editor CChristian
Everybody wlho will send us $1.50 for Nil.oi i iun, editor Christian, C.
a vear's silbscriitioli lte TIMEt-1)EMIO- i's.n Wi.. t. i.loinstoIni,f Tirbhl'ron. N, C.
v ReV S 1'. liii rdsolli, ANthenls, ia.
C'.fT will receive, in addition to our Joh J. niason, M. P).. Columbus, Ga.
iuperi, Ilie famous hunliol)onus mnuiIIl lily tev W. F", Cook. D. D., Augusta, Ga.
*ib oi ,1 ,h 'a 7 Mrs Elia R. Tennent Holme Magazine,
magazine caliel "Judgc's Library, Marietta Ga.
lor one year. This offer is Iladc to Iev. '. .Kendall, Mla(-on, (,t.
,, r h ev. W. A. CiadindlT, 'rcPsideiit Eniory
lothi thoec renlewving old slbseriplionl clleso ('e. Oxfr(>ml, dI.I'
a nd to those bc)co,iilig subscribers iPev. E. J. M1eynardie, D, D., Camlein,
S. C. -.
for thie tirst lime. No otheinr paper i ll iev. Josephlis And-erson, D. D., editor
this coiulIlv is able to munke sulbscrib- Flnrida Ch'istian Adv,,cate, Lelsbbuir Fil,
N.. i i. lie'oi, Ceditlor Flori:din Talllahias-
Iers 111s offer. the TIlNEs-DEMOCcAT i, !a.
having scnulr d the exclusivee right, to AW. S. Jordon, Madison, Fla.
club will "Judge's Library" for this V. II. L,wrelce, editor Clillon Yiew,
c Calitnil, Ala.
vicinity. "Judge's Liblrary" is a lcv. .clhn BI. (Gregory, Birimilinghai, Ala
inonthl~vllallnof uni, tlue stub- Atiner Williams, On.xford. Ala.
montlihy m ainof n, He sub Rev. hIlenry t,. iMononr, M tontgomeryi-, Ala.
scription price ot which alone is $1.0). And thousands ofothersin every part tof
It contahis 32 pages of humoln11o h I'nllitedh Staes.
AV(iIyo u n.cn 1kl to knrw whon it has ciulr-
ililistrations aindl reading lInatte.i, toail ed,,ivIel tlise ristrim d and vitalized peo-
of which "Judlge's" tallnols artistsand Ilh li0 e, i what iwe tie disease re-
|nomed1? listurni mail ill t! ri| iyon ithro-
wiN'ters are o(oit1rihiutors, mund is neatly hinnure of 02o) pa"gs containing these points
printed and bound in handsomely if you will drop a l Yost: Ato
)aIts. 8In'Al.KEY & PAT.IEN,
eolored ( overs. It is a cOldelnsatioll, No. 1290 Arch Sterot 1hiladelphia. Pa.
in fact. of "Judge's" brightest humor.

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Otanr at anal ~iVER.OUSflnnaln~y1
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= W1n1nan El 9 SDlAL GO.. BW;nAMllm. Yn.

',ale of a F~i cuu-amlbai Who Claims to

did ycu learn at college?
Son-I learned to fr.nce. for one thing.
Farmer Peastraw-That's good; Ill
get some nails to-morroa', and we'll have
a bout.--Munsev's Weekly.

The general curiosity of our entire
town was aroused by the appearance
upon our streets of a native of India,
who was born upon one of the Fiji
islands. He wore a very red or cardinal
colored suit of clothes, knee pants, and
jacket trimmed with black velvet collar
and cuffs. Over his shoulder be carried
a cloak that was tied over the left shoul-
der and under the right, made of~white
and red flannel. His head was covered
with a blouse that fell down his back,
and still over this a sombrero. His shoes
were tied under the instep with a one-
half inch white braid that wound around
the leg up to the knees. His general ap-
pearance was very gaudy.
This native was converted when 28
years old, and is now 74 years of age.
His father lived to be 130 years of age.
His life has been spent in lecturing on
the condition of his people. 1w speaks
twenty languages fluently. When five
or six years old he saw an Indian woman
throw her child to a crocodile that
weighed 1,000 pounds. The animal
missed the child, and the mother caught
it as it ran back to her begging for its
life, when she threw it again. This time
the crocodile struck it with its claws,
tore it into two pieces and ate it very
quickly. She then reported her acts to
the pagan priest, and he blessed her, say-
ing to her, "Go sin no more."
Ho also was a cannibal. When he was
7 years old there were twenty-one min-
isters who were caught traveling and
prospecting for places to locate churches,
and one of these ministers was beheaded
every morning by their high priest and
his flesh cooked, and the natives were
made to stand in a row and each one Was
given a part of the flesh, and they stood
and ate it. This was continued every
day for twenty one days, until all of the
ministers were eaten up, and he ate part
of twenty-one preachers.
He says the natives never do eat one
another unless one is taken in war or as
a missionary; that it is a mistaken idea
that they slay one another to eat when
this man and that is fat enough to eat;
that the beasts of the field never slay
one of their kind to prey upon, and that
the savages have never gotten to be
lower than wild animals.-Atlanta Con-
Gese in a Fog.
The oddest story of geese in the fog
comes from Norfolk, and was told to
Mr. Stevenson, the author of "The Birds
of Norfolk," by the Rev. II. T. Frore. A
large flock of geese were attracted to the
town of Dims on a foggy night by the
lights, and from the sound of their voices
seemed to fly scarcely higher than the
tops of the houses.
They came about 7 p. m., and, as it
was Sunday evening, they appeared to
be especially attracted by the lights in
the church, and their incessant clamor
not a little disturbed the congregation
assembled for evening service. From
that-im -mt- til-8 -- f l- c.a
cleared off and they departed, they con-
tinued to fly around utterly bewildered.
One bird happened to fly so low as to
strike a gas lamp outside ihe town-
probably it was flying round the light--
just as a, policeman was passing by, who
very properly, as'the bird was making a
great noise .'.side a public house, took
it into custody, and the next day it was
with equal propriety sent off to a pri-
vate lunatic asylum at Melton, where it
lived for some years an honored guest.
When a Gentlematn Seeims IIonmelosa.
Do you know when an elegant. pol-
ished gentleman seems like a tramp? It
is when he allows the impression to go
out that he has no place he can call
home. or belonging to himself individu-
ally, by using club stationery for all of
his correspondence. Something about it
there is that smacks of snobbishness,
poverty or secrecy more than of the dig-
nity belonging to an exclusive or popu-
lar club. For a general address in the
revolving of city life one's club is de-
cidedly convenient, and there are cer-
tain notes and letters that have the cor-
rect air when topped by the club name,
monogram or coat of arms, but when a
man confines himself to the club sta-
tionery for his business letters, his formal
and informal notes and all social letters
it calls up th-tt class of men who board
at inferior hotels and slip around to
well known high priced ones and help
themselves to the paper that is left in
the reading and writing rooms for the
use of the guests.-Chicago Herald.
IAanp Shaoes.
Many of those gorgeous lamp shades
that bewilder the eye from half a dozen
show windows on Fifth avenue are made
at home by women who have seen the
proverbial "better days." The work re-
quires nicety of taste and skill in needle-
work. Deslgns and materials are far-
nished sometimes by the shopkeeper,
sometimes by the women that do the
work. The largest shades are made over
parasol frames. The materials entering
into the work are silk, satin, lace and
artificial flowers. Prices of the more
elaborate shades vami9 from $16 to $50,
so that +le cost of a handsome lamp
fully equipped may run up to $500. In
some cases milliners also m.ake laml
shades, and the fact that they are able
to utilize remnants of silks and of other
materials gives them a peculiar ad-
vantage in this business.-New York
But They Didn't.
John Hays, a Nebraska youth, re-
ceived 460 letters from his girl, and shb
received 470 from him. Each one wrote
on every letter, "Burn this after read-
ing," but both took great care not to dc
anything of the sort. If you want a
woman to save your love letters just let1
her think you want them burned.-De-
troit Free Press.
Patting mim to the Test.
Farmer Peas traw-Well, son, what

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