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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 14, 1891
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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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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.The Times-Democrat.


PUBLIC GuIDEJ'
-COU. TY OFFCRtaS-
C oUnty Judge-Bei Fri-edinan.
Clerk 2lrrtjtit ourt-J. M. Baico.
fbhert-w. tif. mflh un
1',)teetnr-%V. if kivlg-rion.
Assessor-T. J. ,1'revatt,
Vuujn. u1`s1chootsq-!i. Phtiips.

GOVermnt--F. 11. Flemnitg, t'Italmia;v
10rawfordville.
Attorney (uenem-.l-W. 13. Lamar 3losti-
cello.
-Treatmt-,--F. J.TPops, Sanderson.,
Comnmi'r'oner )I' Land,.-L. Bt. Womnb-
well, Tia! ger.
Adjtaut-,etm~ i-- ia 4Laiig. Ccdiri
Key.

"Snpreme Cnrrnt-A: '.Maxwell. (li-I
:Justicu,; CGeo t. 11 1 IIP1% If.I.. Im t,'h
Citrcumit Cour-t, l-'m~ti, .uIm 4-t r-t
J. Filem.v, J 11-1,'0. 0),.kih; a't,. Attorney.

UNI'ETS PsrArTF.15tANt) Ot''CtE.

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E'vo:Cessi:o3n-a1 Carols-
J. CAU18ON. H~. r..CA 1L .1 .3N

ARCHIER, -
B Es rlatc-rim,. fltemlwnrk zRiir.tntv--*d1
GOLD 1:11 LI1l1NG aa pcci.,ty. API
work prrimp tly a trei~dd to Uonra..Ii-
dence st-flened. d&CIL1).


"At orn ey-at-4.aw,
GAINES3VILLE, F'LORIDA.

to buisimiess.
1)1RRY M. CIOLSON,


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11.H t 1. COL T E
RIR-O3,TSO-N, PTA-
ATTONEY CuN~t~Li i- T.1, IW
Solicitor in Chancery-

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B Q ONSON, FLA.
Arc repared to doe aiy and alt kind.-
I'iand'~- D33 WORK,


economize this present year and not
go in debt, and the prosperity you
have been sighing for will surely come
and come speedily. Let us keep out
.of debt at any hazard, and alwl itlbe
well, PRESIDENT POLK.

A tobacco grdwer in Duval county
. says that the recent cold snap cut
down his two acres of tobacco plants,
which had reached a- height of about
three inches; the- plants looked as if
hot water had been poured on.
them.

.Colonel Shipman,-receiver at the
United States land office in Gaines-
yille, sold from his place at Lawtey,
Saturday, five bushels of strawberries
for $80,. They were mostly of the
Cloud Seedling variety. The berries,
the Colonel says, are unusually fine
this season.

Now that .the warm weather has
come the farmers are in good spirits
in regard to the tobacco crop. It was
not damaged by frost at much as at
first supposed. The Owl Cigar Com-
pany has now more than one hundred
hands at work in the new factory,;
more are constantly arriving.-Quincy
Herald.

it it rrni-. 1 i ("- i n


t, great state of Iowa will take its place
in the very front rank of Alliance
states.

The Law Concening Newtspaper

The decision of the United States
-court on these subjects are interesting:
S 1. Subscribers who do not give exs
press notice to, the contrary are- con-
sidered as wishing to renew their
subscription.
2. Ifsubscribers order the discon-
tinuance of their periodicals the pub-
lisher mnay continue to send them un-
til all arrearages are paid.
3. If subscribers neglector refuse to
take their periodicals from the post-
office to which they are directed, they
are responsible until they have set-
tled their bills and ordered them dis-
continued. ,
4. If subscribers move to other
places without informing publisher,
and the papers are sent to the forms'
,mer address, they are held responsible.
5.-ae courts have decided that re-
fusing to take periodicals from the
office or refusing and leaving them
uncalled for, is prima facie evidence
of intentional fraud.
S6. It'subscribers pay in advance,
they are bound to give notice at the
end of time if they do not wish 'to con-
Linue taking it: otheriie the publi-h.
er is authl:rize.l to send it, and the
subscriber vil be responsible until
an expressi notice, with pay nment t',fall
arreazfeu es, is sent to) the :ublisher.


FA10RM AND HOUSEHOLD,


FARMERS' ALLIANCE DIRECT

TORY.*


LEVY COUNTY ALLIANCE.
President--C. W. McElroy, Judson.
Secretary-J. Cox, Bronson.
su-A.LIAXCES.
Bron(son-D. U. Maratellar, presi-
dent; 0. Richardson, secretary.
Bllitch-W. 11. 1f. Blitch. president;
N. B. Plummet, secretary.
Cow-P -n Seat-C. D. Craig, press.
ELilz.-v-C. D. Parkenson, pres.;
Tshain Thorutou, seec.
Iron Silk-Louis Appel, pres.; J.
L. Barrow, sec.
Johnson-NW. II. Stephens, pres.;
L. E. Johnson, see.
Liberty-J. L. Curry, pres.;. "Win'
Watts, se.
Orange Hill-Ion. N. A. Blitch,
pres.; Gco. W. Willissec.
Pine Level--J. T'. Allen, pres.; J.
W. Dui-roencne, seI ,
tRiverside-J. M. Love, pres.; G.
'W Fl.'I ,. ,', see.
T;,:,'; liniUock4-S.. 1Wortlhing-
fo ,. I, --.; W G. iIuT-,l,)n, -t.,.
P1'i ilcg,--J',,. [-iiim im r, pires. ; L.

Shcll Ponid-
Uni.,n--I-i,,- 11. Sw intlal, press ;
.-i11" Juli.1 Sm ilh, 5111.
Wa". Key--i)]i B. Snilh, preB;
J. 11, DLaries., ev'..

JAMES M. B.LRCO, Emirout.

Keep O:ft of Debt.
We want to say to all our readers,
and especially to our farmer readers,
some tl)i,,fs about debt. Weare sure

e}l... ,,;n ~4if.-ll' read it and- act
uponit.
The time is at hand when it is nec-
esiur to prepare for another crop.
Do not go into debt to buy what you.
vstm to enahle you to run another crop,
it'>ii ca hlielp it. It is better--liir
etiter-to make a small erolp. and let
it e all 1yur own at harvest tUie,
liun it, is to go ,! debt in order to
pitch a big crop and taKe the risk of
failure. If you must have means to
start another crop, it is better to bor-c
row the money on your farm for a
year or twvo and pay cash for what
-you buy. Be sure not to buy much.
Again we say, it is ,better to make a
smali crop and have it all your own
when it hat been made, than it is to
go in debt. We are sure that the
man in doubt is not free in any sense-I
caiiiot considerr hims, elf free-is not
considered free by his neighbors-and
worst of all, is not considered free by
his creditors. (
Many debts that hang over and
threaten the farmer could have been
avoided if he had managed his farm so


whom are said to be practical Jarmers, ightly tns to thoughts o le. 1
haveannounced t'heirallegiance to the cet tiinly is not true of the malaria
Farmers' Alliance. young man, whose faney, if he hai
;any, is of the dull and heavy variety
Unless the farmers use the-greatp The malarial young man marched
pruverlv even -'in tie fair-laud ol";'f hi-f o r "d h
ida. Wilh cotton twelve "cents a ous means of escape ari afforded bj
pound, they cannot live while growing S.S S., which, without arny flourish
it. So they must make up their mini routes General Debility and his ma.
t6 live at home, on their own produc-' larial allies. What is true of the
tions. Such provision crops as can be young man is true of -the young lady,
grown should not be neglected. Pros- znd the whole hoet of suffers. S.
pmrity can only come from the general ia a specific for malaria.
practice of economy.-Lake City Re, Teacher-"Johnny, what causes the
porter. lay break!" Jolhnnv'--"I guess it's

When 'I find a boy that raises pop- :ause by the nimht*till."
corn,or chickens, or honey, or straw- J. Jackon & Son. thi, druggists,
berries, or onions, I just like to take l te us1 to nibli'h tihe ;io,,,g tes.
that noy by the hand and claim rela ,imtnonial u they Ihantdle, the reillce
tionship; and when our great nation r'un bcdieive it to be reliable.
of people get to where they can o'ter I bought a 5o cent bottle of Cham-
the boys encouragement in the way of lberlain'V Pain Balm and applied it to
good prices, we are on the road to bet- iy linubs, which have been afflicted
ter things: I allude especially to the with rlemni ritmkiIn at intervals for oIne


boys that go opt in the fields and work
for themselves under God's clear sky,
instead of hanging around the factor-
ies, begging for a chance to be "bossed"
by somebody.-Gleanirg.

The sole reason why Indian River
oranges are quoted higher than other


'cear. Attlh.- iimnc I bought the Pain
3alhnI 'was unable to walk. I can
ritllhfully say that Pain Balm has
,ompletelycured me. 11. II. Farr,
Iolywood, Kiil., Mr. A. B, Cox, the
leading druggist at liolywood vouches
tor the truth of above statement,

Miss Fish-"Don't you think a veil


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Such as Hepai'ing BtiGGAES W.AON as to make his bread and meat and sections is because that country adopt s becoming to me?" Miss Caustic-
Plows. Etc..at short notice. clothing at home. We are deeply in edl a policy years ago which it has Ycs, a heavy one."
S PWv:cit u ki.tr' a gpeflalty. earnest when we say we want to see strictly adhered to: First, ship orlyj
So r farmers make their meat and bread first class fruit; second, pick it and: lecma'rkable Bescue. *
.- .. aid clothing at home. Any farmer pack it with scrupulous care and neat-! Mrs. Michael -Curtain, Plahinfield,
can raise and keep a few sheep. The ness, and third, (and we call special at.l1.,l makes tI statement that she
vcan raise and keep a "w sheep. Te 'mgrlit, cold, wvhic(:h settled on her
Swool from these will make the very tention to this) every box is stamped ns its,;io as t'retid lort-a mointo
best of clothing for both man and big letters, "Indian River Oranges."by her tnnily physicimi, but greOw
o F ,, andthelmbs come in s Wlen- We have tried time and again toiVorse. H1l.told her she was a hope--
--(:):)-- an, an e es come i spss victim of consumption and that
,,) h:nid ;i oeral as:sorlnitrei didly for fresh meat during the sum- arouse our people to the vital imporj ioi udcine could ire her. IHcr
S-. i (lildcnis er. Flax will grow splendidly i; tance of stamping their fruit "Peace,lruggist suggested Dr. King's New
t!A -' this latitude: and in addition furnish, River Oranges." We believe there's iv ,e'y fo Co sut mptio ll; sh
Sa n i u 0 ..ougliht a bottle and to hler deliglit
.)N s, ine the wrap for jeans, the seed is very just as fine oranges grown in the Peacc uld hirse lf benclited fronm tie tirst
pe valuable as a market crop. Let our River valley as in the world! And intose. Slhe continued its use and after
trli,, farmers, then, raise some sheep and the course ofa very few years,' aPeceiaklilg en bottles found herselti sound
". ,- . -. ', / ) ; i u( lrl l i n .a r m e r s,, t n t e n, r ai g e so m e s h e e p a d. J J . \1 f l l n o w d o e s lh o r o w n h o u s e -
-f M's .rl, swine, and grow some flax, and make River Oranges" will beeagerly soughtvork and-is as well as she ever was.-
their .own clothing, and live on the after- Messrs. Anderson and Crum,'rece trial bottles of this Great )iscov-
.-'Ti tJ.th rt j. M" ,Taksri's dr stor
farm, and live off the farm and keep of Homeland, and Reif Bros, of I,-,' I botl' ad $ store.
V fr h-ee of debt, and they will become Meade, have been doing this several" -
prosperous and happy. seasons. Let us all do it hereafter.-* When a "whaling bark" is spoken
It is-the duty of every farmer to buy Bartow Courier. f, we suppose ofcourse it comes from
j^-jrA __ as little as possible: and what he does a birch tree;.
S buy shold be bought to the bet d- The Iowa State Alance has bet
S. bBotUGGIlSS vantage and be paid for on the spot. duly ogaied ad offers electe Bcklets Anmia alive.
AlliancemSaema now have ptirchusimig Fourtron county organizations we The best Aivfi1n the world for clts,
The Tines.Democrat three months 'gents, through whom they can phi- represented at the meeting by men 5 .1 rm-. ", Sores, Ulcers, Salt RIheumn,
i ntelligenc and solid substantial clir '-- Sores, Tetter, Chlapl)ed Hanmids,
fr only 25,orift. chase to the very best :.!va':inug. ; and Chilbhinus, Csorius. and all Skin Ernp-
"hbov ought to form cubs and make acter', Betore the meeting adjournetios, and positively ccures Piles, or no
The Animeri-oln. V'tirner I just the des mii these agent between forty and fifty organizers weipay required. It is guaranteed to
periili.'al for our faier friends. It 1,I oe r og" tthes, e ts comaiissioned and equipped for tl'atiot .ort noneyre-
4 a splendid nigazne ( Le to t tihenuthitgisnot ito.yay uded Price 25. cents per box. For
ar and farmingi the sption thig you can do Without, until yo field, and a vigorous and earnest oisale by J.'M, Jackson, & Son.

Spice iisone dollar )er year, but don't arc full handed and able to induhre ganizing campaign was at one the T s D OAT.
urget that we elad- it to you FREE your states for elegaVt things. L.t LS iagurated. In the ne-r future t Read the Tr DEMORAT.


Declaring the anniversary of he The merchant who advertises Is the
.... y.ofthe al __ r...

(Continued on page two.) f lpy Hoosiers'
Wni. Ti in iotuu., po.ti nmister of Ida.
Stut 'tu Uhio, C'ity of-Tuldot vile, Imin.. iri "Elcric Bitic Bter
Lucas County. L aS.. has dono more forme than all other
-Frank J. Cheney" makes oath, that- mlldi,.ic, combined, for that bad :
Frank J. Chen makes oath th feelingarising fom kidney and liver
he i tmue senior'partner of the firm of ti'ouble." John Leslie, farmer ahd
1'. J. ClIeney v & Co., doing business in stockman, of same place, says: "Find
the 'cit% of Toie (o, county and State Electric Bitters to b, the beat kidney
afor'es:ii, and that said firm will pay and liver medicine; made mn feel like
tfiei;1. and that saidfi-rm will pay a new mail." J. W. Gardner, hard.
the-auni of ONE HUNDRED DOL- ware nierchliant, same town, says:
LA I i.. for each and every case of CA- Electric Bitters is just the thing for a.
rTAH that.cannot be cured by the use man who is all run down and don't
of Hall's Catarrh Cure. care whether he lives or dies; he
of I-all's atrfoniid new strength, good appetite,
FRANK J. CHENEY. and felt just like lie had a new lease
Sworn to before me and subscribed on life. Only 50c. a bottle, at.J. M.
in my presence, this 6th day of -De- Jackson's drug storO.
cember, A. D., 1886.
A A. W. GLEASON, The Rural Call free to those who
Notary Pablic. pay up old dues and one year in ad.
vance.-


hIall'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. CHENER & CO., Toledo, 0.
SS'Sold by Drtiggists, 75c. (

"Come out ana take a walk." ".No
the sky is gray, and gray is not becom-
ing to me."

Some of-the Grand Army boys may
be interested in the following frorni
Alex. B. Pope, A. D.-C., Comiander,
Dep't. Tenn. and Ga. iHe 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 fronm
whooping cough, when this remedy is
freely given. It completely controls
the disease. 5o cent bottles for sale
.J M. Jacksoni & Son, Bronson ; and
W. C. Andr'ews, Archer.

We are prepared to furnish a set of
Dickens' complete works to every
subscriber of the T.-D. Call and see
how we do it.


CONSUMPTION C UJIWD.
An old physician, retired from prac-.
tice, having had placed in his hands by.
an East India missionary the formihla
of a simple v'.-nlublu renedVly for tho
speedy and permanent curo of Conl.
sumption, Bronchitis, Catarrh. As-
thma and all throat and Lung Atfec-
tions, also a positive and radical cure
for Nervous Debility and all Neurvous
Complaints, after having tested its
wonde.iful curative powers in thous-
ands of cases, has felt it his duty to
make it known to hiM., suib-ring fellows.
Actuated by this motive and a desire
to relieve hmu mian sutlireiig,Il will seiind
free of charge, to all who desire it,.
this recipe, in German, FrenchortEn.
gli.h, with full directions for prepare,
ing and using. S3nit by' mail by ad.-
dressing with stamp, naming this
paper. Y, A. Noyes, 820 Powe-rs'
Block, Roche.ter, N. Y.

To every new subscriber paying $1,
a year's subscription, we include a:
year's subscription (worth 60 cents)
to the great literary and home month.
ly, The Rural Call. .


Highest of all in Leav g Power S Gv't A

Highest of all in Leavwning Power.---U. S. Ccv't Report, Aug. zT, Jt83.


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FLORID. LEGISLA I.TUBE.
TALLAHAssEE, Fla., May 4.-In
the house to-day a resolition- was
adopted appointing a committee to
investigate the lease or the state con-
victs. They are n0ow let at $22.50
each per annum. The state has an
offer of $40, and it is thought that $50
can be obtained.
The following bills were passed;
amending an act granting land to the
Western railroad in Clay county.
Allowing the governor to place thd
name of Isaac N. Lamb of Madison on'
the pension list, he to receive $100
annually. "
Making atheists, agnostics and oth-
erwise, who do not believe in future
rewards and punishment competent
witnesses in courts.
A memorial was introduced in the
senate today urging congress to pass
an act defining lawful money and to
establish a United States legal tender
charter with respect to debts hereafA
ter contracted. It passed.
A bill legalizing the selection of
Juno as the county seat of Dade.
May 5,-Ini the senate -to-day the'
hollowing bills were passed;
For the preservation of deer," birds
an. other gane.
Providing for the publication of
general -laws in newspapers.
Incorporating the Lakeland Im-
provement Asswcintion.
Requiring officials receiving and 1
disbursing public money to publish i
reports. t
Providing for the complete endow-
ment and support of colleges for the
benefit of agricu kure and the mechanic
RHOi


L t I reportetatUllU ULler[tanyL iJa i
Farmers" Alliance that is growing alN, A
most as powerful in thaLcountry as its
Americanu prototype has already be Large allowance is to be made for
come in the United States. Count von the sweeping assertion oflhe Doet that
Moltke and Prince.Bismarck, noth of .l the s.. ring a .young ua's fan


Some inr.y h- cbarnis uOf the lily-white
*maid,
Olf-therial form iand lInnp-uitingeye
Who faints in the sutm-hiuco and druops in
I lite shr-te,
Andl is always '.inut ready todie."
Bullt give me the girl Ui the sunshiny face,
Thle bluod in whose veins courst-s healthy
a--a d free, --.
With the vigor of yonih in her niovements
of grace,. :
Oh, that. i the triciidl.n for me.
She is the girl to "tie to" for lite.
The sickly, complaining woman may:
be an object of loye and pity, but she
ceases to be a "thing of beauty" worn
down by female weakness and disors
ders, subject to hysteria and a martyk
to bearing-down pains. Dr. Pierce'iz
Favorite prescription is a sure cure
for these distressing complaints, and
will transform the feeble, drooping
sufferer into a healthy, happy, blooms
ing woman. Guaranteed to give sat-
isfaction in every case, -or money paid
for it refunded,

-This parrot is worth $500.' "What
gives it such a tremendous value?" "It.
can't talk."

In-: :liinost every neighborhood
throughout the west there is some
one or more persons whose lives have
been saved by Chamriberlaini's Colic,
Uholera and Diarlrhi(ea Reiemedy, or
who have been cured of chronic diar.
rh(ea Il.Y it. Such persons take es-
pecial pleasure in remoimending the
remnedy to others. The praise that
fllowvs its introdnetio n ind use makes
it very popul.Ar. 25 amnd 50 cent bot-
le. for salu by J. M. Jackson & Son,-
Brolison ; and W. C. Andrews, Ar-
cLer.


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li..I)(,-.-1 a, r S Othces e US,
L It looks a it ti,' -eitui i .ojiimEtE t L

... Tallahassee would continue to the eint
of the session of the Legislature. It
FO 4.AT PU Li, CIH CI O certainly wllrunless a much stronger
candidate is brought out than any one
OLIVER J. dtrthat has yet been named by the oppo-
'a sition to Call. There is no indication
P- PRESS ASSOCIATION;- affiliated sert him. There is no reason why they.
with the NATIONAL EDlTllI[AL should. -That he is the choice of a
A .C!'-iAT I )N, v m. i..Iyof the people of the state

T gS PA 2"_ *." .. ..... *-. 1,.,,,- no there is no doubt, Had it not been
--..,.-;,........ ...' .. -, "fu'. r 10rthe caucus he wuuld have been
..t.e... --..... ... .... nominated on the first ballot, It is
('.,p.,.,l at the P. O. at Bronson nonsense, therefore, to expect that he
as s~con I alass matter.) will withdraw, or that his isul.porters
will desert him.
THIUISDAY, May 11J l,.'. If the legislature should adjourn
without electing a senator the gover-
Llect Call by all means. nor could not very well avoid appoint-

We want representation at the jig Call, because it has been demon,'
world's f air. strated beyond all question that he is
the choice of a majority of the peoN
WTe are in favor or an immigration ple. And he would pretty certainly
tax being levied on those 'who have be the choice of a newly-elected legis~
the lands to sell, lature, because both 1io and his friends
would work earnestly and continuously
Our legislature is giving tbe public to have a legislature chosen that would
lands to railroads with a layish land, favor him, while the opposition, being
when, in reality, the state has no land without a candidate, would accomplish
to give. Why should this farce go oh? very little.
And it is doubtful if it would be
The Tinst-Union calls Col, Coulter easy-to find any one who would make
SI a. more acceptable senator than Call.
the "Nble old oman." e i a man He is a good democrat, and the farmers
of spotless iteW'.y, and has the courn can depend on him to look out for their
age of his convictions, as Mr. Jenkins interest.
has possibly found out. The people of Florida are getting
tired of the co, test. They want their
The majority rule is one of the .cars representatives to give their whole
dinal principles of democracy; and time to legislative work-and there is
Se mocratc n a great deal of that sort of work to
any other method is undemocratic, be done. The sooner the senatorial
revolutionary, and calculated to defeat matter is settled, therefore, the better
the wiii of the people. Where a in- pleased the majority of the people will
jority does not -rule there is no gov- be.-Savaninah News.
ermnent of the people, for the people,- $500 FOR A NEEDLE.
and by the people, and the days of Our He ,
such political institution are number-. Our horm a t o page
ed.. "The voice of the people is the mobthl. magazine, devoted to house
voice of God." It Piust be obeyed. building, home ihrnishing, house
Decoration, fashions, general literature
'Ihe spirit of econorpy in the present etc., is the best publication of its class
legitluture is on the wane. A resolu- in America. The publishers, in order
tioi reducing the per diem of members to increase 'the circulation of their
rom six dollars to four dollars has magazine, offer large cash rewards to
I eeu indeiu'iitely postpold, and pros- those of their subcril.e s,..,r intending
peclive railroads are bheh given ten bubhscriblrs, vlo crreetly answer the
--^ ........ ;." ---- ,- : -.:-.. '._ .- t t-,h in 'iur ion; \Nhere in the
the mile, wh vs t -l r-a- .ny..u.,.,- -- .n; _.
that three thluia.id area to the mile needle" -. it..iu d.' (*jh tj-'ifi
will buid thlie roads. o fir they w.e-kly rewards iven hlile the c. .ni-
I 'i L. t T o l.ih rs Aill


hav', reluse- 1Ti 1 -i ,- i f the railrotli i -, pe tit i "-3, ,tz. *L it i.., J, ...O i 3 ,3 .% I
comnl .-i.31io vamn pire, and very little g"i'. a,.y ihljouaindi of '." llais among
of the legis.l t:.,n euicted -ill b I.'it 'tSe 1 c..e.rr.-tl"y .i-i g the queti.ii
the pup'e. at lurge. Again, t.ir re, -fle leI.liig r 7a"r.I "b-i:g e- 5 0 in
f'usial t.i elect a .cna-Itr, q ucCUiding to gold. .S',.i l ten cnts in talimp or
their oth:l ts insider the la:w, kee.Ls thein il('er ',,r a ,a:aniplel opy Iof Our I.:rnes
un iettlfd- ai,] uni ;t l ..r serious uFi ir,3.-. aund c...aniplete rules g,.vernin ltue
W e hope, lh...n3,:v-er, lth t Lth- 1a.-t t; d o',iu." liti .11. A.I.Jrr.- t Our H ,mris
(pt i on, s ,- ii *",ill be b I ttr than thte 'IPubl-hinilg 'o, Bruck vilL Cana.da.
first. "qulit y'.7r f.ulilrnessa."
IT,-, !inny rtlly gic-ceful pe ple
The attieaipt .n1 tie p.a't of thl- dI, '.)%1 ..30A? Are you graceful your-
ttandard's qu.izi-correi.slond>tnt to say ,elf.' Do youl know tie proper and
something sinailt that wuUhld east a re-' most gracetull way to .to ) up aold down
dtlction upon .-,r w,.k'n tlie pulishi.d stairs, to walk. to) stanii, to Sit, to how,
tatenient of Hon.C(;. W. Willis, ex-' etc.? 'Ifnot, be ise, and iiniieistely
judge oft Levy cuun.tv, w.,s a flat fail-' real the article on "IIllhh, Gracee
ure. We t ill int'rmin tlie Standiard Beauty;. IDs.arte Phil,aiply made
that Judge Wiili3 represent-d' the' Practical," publi'h.3d ,'vilt 3 iillua-
majority ,l tlih, people in Levy county trations) in the June number of that
when lie said they wanted Call elects thoroughly wide-awake periodical,
ed. Judge Willis is a nian of honor, Demorest's Family Magazine: and you
and, being responsible for his utter- will want to begin practicing the
ances, writes over his own si;auature. exercises almost before you finish the
We wonder if"Qui Vive," who is so reading, And that is. not all you
intimate with the Ocala Janitor Willis, will learn from this especially bright
could got is many votes (one) for number; all ,(Iadies included) may
mayor of Jacksonvilleo as the Dr. got learn "11How to Harness and. Unharness
in Ocala? Ver.'niT., the anti find it a Horse;" evOi children can learn
hard to "kill Call." from "Foes Afield" how to know
poisonous plants when they see them,
Florida Democrats will keep mon- "Signs of Character in Face" (very
keying with the two-thirds rule until fully illustrated) will teach you how
it rends the party in twain, as it to read your friend's characters by
did In Georgia a decade ago. We their noses; and "'Chiia Painling for
shall not he surprised if that uufortu- H,,..itutr_" wiil give you all the points
natestate of al'airs' has not already necessary to do that artistic work, and
come about, S~,nator Call fairly won without a master.
the iglit. for re.election, and now they But it would be necessary to give
the whole '"C.-.nlu-n Is" in orler to tell
propose ,to kill hilu to defeat the will a.l the te C ,,r l.t things contained in
of the pe:o'i. by tlihe senseless two- the Juine number, and every number
thirds rule, Call is not a favorite with is quite up to the present high stan,
the Times, lbutwe like to see fair play, dard;.and this valuable Family 3iaga-
Really there was no need of a caucus zine is published foronly a year, by
mnuinatnin when Democrats filled .T.n.ti, Dcmorest,-15 ast 14th
every seatin the Legislature .exipt St., N. Y.
one."-Valdosta Time'. YOU ARE IN A .BAD FLY

FLO /iDA LEO1'I. L.I TR 1.', But we will cure you if you will pay.
TAILLAinAsr, FIA, May 8.,-The us, Men who are Weak,Nervous and
following HIouse bills passed. Debilitated, miblr ring from Nervous
rieseriliing thel tfeesf abstractorsI Debilitvy, .eCmiiual weakness;',and all
and r.-iriug them to givu bond effects of early evil habits,-or later in-
S. ,qr ng iliol'loL'tdii,. which lead to Premature
Regulating a continuufoolofcrimiM4 D .iy. -onisumiptiou or Insanity,
sl cases by the i pe,'tii 1ion,11. should send for iind read the "Book of
A1lowinz husband and wife to te"s Life," ,i,'. ini' particulars of a Home
tify in a civil action in which either Cure. .'., (sealed) free, by address-
m:,v be interested, ig Dr. Parker's Me1i,i al mdi l 'n'irial
Very little ~as done in the Senate In-tiiine, 151 NYrili 'islrc, .St., Ntl,
beyvoid '.I;. uwill- and a1.1I ..,lin zthe ville, Tenn. They iu:a.inteC a curt
liataud tax bill, o.r -no o ipy,'- he .u,1.v "Morning.


Minutes of School Board. NOTIClE FOR PUBLICATION.
MAT 6, 1891.--Bill of Geoe. D. Bar- IL ,lI Umelt OtGAINS:';VIWLLU, FLA.
March 25, 1891,
nard for making warrant book, and Note eis hreby given rt 1 -.1,, .ii',,wil.
amounting to $6.50, ordered paid, n19a,11 setti'er has ile notice .. I, ]71..,3.
I 11fiul to iTnl;final] o irof In 1 ps 1 ort of his
Bill (f $':. 20 fr'onm H. Drew & Bro. B r?- m7 iidi tnlilt Sdil proof will he mnade be.


','r. 3 '... i, a .:is absence clerk circuit
,.'' 1 L .t I 1,.. i IP la., on ~Inay 27, 1891,


for stationery furnished, ordered paid.
Granted to Deer Pen school' tLe
right to increase their teacher's salary
by using the full appropriation in
running a term of less than 5 months;
provided, however, theschool is taught
for, at least, 4 months.
Cason's school granted the use of
one month's salary-. 2.-in building
a new school house.
Cow Pen Seat (or Shilo) school al-
lowed to use one or two months of
their salary in building a new house.
Board supplemented, as per terms
of all teacher's contracts, the k.llkua i,1
teachers' salaries, assuming as a basis
the following points, to-wit.-increased
enrollment, increased per cent., and
success of teacher; G. M. Yancey at
Stafford's Pond, $5 per month; D. S.
Days at Oven Prairie, $5 per month;
Miss Leila Shands at Long Pond. $5.
Board ordered that Black Dirt
school be restored to its former salary,
and that the teacher, Mrs, Wiest, be
allowed $25 instead of $20 per month.
Received of Co. Treasurer Shands
$968.60 in cancelled school scrip,

Items from Lebanon.
May 4, 1891.
Correspondence Times-Democrat.
We need rain on the oat crop, but
corn looks tolerably well. Farmers
are having a hard time getting their
cotton and other truck up where the
cold killed it.
Health is very good at present, no
deaths or marriages to report.'
I ame-sorry to licar that Citrus
county has so many Esaus. Esau sold
his birthright, and soimeof her citizens
sold their votes in favor of Inverness.
When a man sells his vote, I do not
think it ought to count on either side.
That's right, Dr. Bitch; say what
you please to the legislature. The
man who wants all hunters to pay a
license certainly does not live where
"varmiints" abound to catch his stock.
I wonder if tne law is meant for cow
hunters, or bear hunters, or opossum
hunters, dr alligator hunters, or what?
i hope they will stop such foolishness,
for Lunting is necessary in and around
Gulf Hammock. G.

Pay up your back dues at this office
nnil a year in advance, and i-t a
ear's s.uh,criptio.n o The Rural Call
nihthi, a.lditional chla.r:e.


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The Kaellmor Improved


MARY A'. STEPIIENS, (nee Roees-
i7an,) of Lel)aiino, Fla.
11d. 164272 for" ie 2, 4 ol'SE; SWy of SE
Y, & SLEY of S'V /Sec, 5 T. 15 8. It, 17 E.
THe Dnames the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon aind
cultivliiton of said land, viz:
Jnines Wiee:ks, A. ,J. T'urlier, (-con, Har.
greaveT'i, aron )Dyes. of Lel:ibnon. Via.
tALtEX, LyNCI r,
2-6w IRegister.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land O.llice at Gtinesvilll, Flit.,
March 18, 1891.
Notice is hereby given that the follow-
ing-nim 'id settler has filed notice 'f his in-
tention to nuak cotimutation proof in sui-
port oflhis claim, and that said proof will
be made before Register andr receiver at
Gainesville, Fla., on 3[.11 *22, 1-',. 3 3.'.
JOHN P. IREDDICK, of Willistou,
Fla.,
hl. 20291 for the W>. of xWg/ See. 6 T. 14
S R19 E.
He names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon, and
cultivation of, said land, viz:
N. A. Blitch, of Willston: J. J. Barber,
G. T. 11111 and W. 11, Blitch of Bareo,
Fla.
Alex. Lynch, Rogister.
NC 1 I F.E FOR PUBLICATION.
LAND OFFICE AT GAINESVILLE, FLA.,[
April 11, 1891.
Notice is hereby given that the following
blamed .settler has filed notice of his inten-
tion to make iinal proof in support of his
1hi31. : i 1 that said proof will be made be-
.'.i .1',...., or in his absence, clerk circuit
court at Bronsom, Fla., on June 8th, 1891,
viz:
DA VID E. WILLIAMS, of Williston,
F'a.,
id. 16447 for the E.L of NEY; SW>' of
NEV and N Ey of SE'--See. 18, T. 13 S. 11.
I8 E.
ie names tie following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon and
cultivation of, said land, viz:
Thonias lirooks, ., B. Tyner, J. A.
Hawkins,C. 1K. itsnii. of Williston, Fla.
ALEIIANLDERI IA NCI-,
2.6w i enister.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Laud Office at Gainesville, Fla.,
April 11, 1S91. t
Notice is hereby ;given that the follow-
ing-nanmed settler hlis filed notice of his in-
tention. to mnla;e final proof in support of' his
e!aii, ard that, said proof will be made
before Judge of circuit court. or in his ab-
sence clerk circuit court, at Bronson, Fla.,
Oil June 8, 1891*, viz:
AUGUSTUS N. 'WILLIAMS, of Wil-
liston, Fla.,
lid. 16416 for the SWI Sec. ST. 13 S. R. 18
E
He names the following witnesses to
prove his couthmuous residence upon, and
cultivation of. siidland, viz!
T. II. Wetb'rook. A, Ti. Abercrombie, J.
B. Tyner, .1; A. M'awkins, of WVltsatoln,
Flu.
Al.:.-. b::r' li, Ib-;'is'ter.


Pianos.


These instruments possess
all modern improvements, and
have no superior. They are
Wa:i ratnii d for five years.
The celebrated Kellmner Pi-
ano and Organ works are the
largest in l'nniisybiauia, and
the many instruments sold
daily testify to their worth.
For prices address
S. BACLMAN, Agt,
Bronson, Fla.


FLOiBtA CENTRAL & PENINSULAR RAILWAY.


Florida Trunkl Liem


Tol all pointsPain outb, Middle and West Florida, Mobile, New Orleans and the
Southwest. Direct connections to all points Northwest and Northeast.
Time Card in Effect February 12, 1801.


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-Stand firm for Call.
SMr. D. E. Williams and wife went
Sto Gainesville Tuesday.
Call is still on top. The seventy-
first ballot stood Call 51, Mays 44.
Mr. A. J. DaCosta, of Gainesville,
was in town this week on business.
Church Directory. We thank Senator W R. Coulter
fur a copy of the Governor's message.
Methodist church--Rev. W. S. Rich-
ardsou, pastor. Preaching the first Service at the Baptist church Sun-
Sunday ii each month, at 11 a. dI. day morning will begin at 10;30 in-
and 7 p. in.' stead of 11 o'clock as heretofore.
Sabbath school every Sunday at 8 3 rut
p. ni ; Dr. J. AL Jackson, Sr., super- We are requested to state that the
inteudenvt. Hardee Sunday school will give a box
Baptist chureh-li-ev. obt, Keith, party in the near future tor the pur-
pastoW Preacthinlf the third Sun- pose of raising money to pay off' the
day in each month, at 10:30 a. m. and balance due on their organ. The time
7p.im.
Sabbath school every Sunday at and place wili be given later on.
9:30 a. in.; O. J, armer, Supt. Dr. J. M. Jackson, Sr,, left last
Evangelical church-Dr. S. Bean, Thursday to attend the District Con-
pastor, Spruiies every second a11 ference of the M. E. church at Mica-
Iourth Sunday in every month, at 11
n.m. and 7 p. mi. nopy. The conference convened on
Sabbath school every Sunday at 10 the 6th and adjourned on the 12th
a. In. ; Dr. S. Bean, superintendent. inst. Dr. J. H. Olaywell was a dele-
Secret Societies. gate from Levyville.
Bronson Lodge No. 7, F. & A. M., n the 4th inst. r. J. M. Parish,
holds its regular communications on On the 4th inst. Mr. J. M. Parsh,
lhe itirst Mondayv in each month. Vis- of Judson, had the misfortune to lose
iling brothers invited to attend, one of his little children, and on the
C. A. HANSON, Sec. on
C. Sec. following day another one died. The
May 14. funeral took place on Wednesday. At
last accounts Mrs. Parish was very
S itill warm and dry. sick, the disease being dysentery. The
Keep cool-if you can. afflicted family has the sympathy of
Yesterday was a big day at Archer. the community.
The postoffice was moved into the Married, at the residence of the
new building Monday. bride's parents near Bronson, on Sun-
day last, Mr. I. N. Chance, of Baico,
Miss Madge Ice spent a few days and Miss Minnie Wilson, daughter of
in Gainesville this week. Mr. Joseph Wilson, Judge Friedman
The snow storms in the North last officiating. After the ceremony a
week brought us a little cool weather. sumptuous dinner was spread for the
Farasiticide cures itch in 80 mmi invited guests, and the occasion was a
utes. Price 50c. Sold by J.B. Coarsey. very happy one. We join the many
r. Pi M. Clso s co e friends of the young ride and groom
r. P. M. C6son hnas been confined in wishing them a long and happy
to his home for the past few days by wedded life.
e The first matriculate from Florida
Mr. .ilanton Winship, the life as- in the literary department of Vander-
surance agent, left Tuesday for. his bilt University, we'learn, was Rev.
home in Georgia. Jos. F, Shands, and as he has lately
The new Methodist church at Ar. won the degree of Doctor of Philoso-
cher was dedicated yesterday. A phy. it is complimentary to that insti-
numiber ofkour citizens attended, tution that he attributes his success to
Gvrnr Feng as appointed the noble impulses relieved there.
A. J Mi. notary public tfor the state at large. civil oailce, tr o'yaa a ,e re-t
to accept again, and joined the Flor-
Dr,. Jackson and Claywell returned ida Conference. His sermons are
froinmtheMethl,di conference at Mics models of systematic thought, audare
anopy Moindiy. They had a very delivered uith earncslness, and attract
ple.aant time. nali of whatever denomination and ,f
There is danger in impure blood., none. lie is a comining man.-Nashville
There is safety in taking Hood's Sar- "'Advac:tte. ,


asparilla, the great blood puritier. 100 Ihe editor of an exchange thus an,
closes, e Idollar. . 1
doses one dollar. swers a correspondent who asked him
Mr. William R. Sebring and Miss if he ever saw a bald-headed woman:
Mary E. Wilson were married on the "No, we never did? Why should we?
7th inst. in Jacksonville. The grbom Nor we never saw a woman waltzing
is a son of General Sebring. around town in her shirt sleeves with
a cigar betiveen her teeth, slipping
If you have any items of news please into every saloon she saw. e never
send them in to us. We would also e go fishing with 'a bottle in
like to hear from our correspondents each pocket, sit on the damp ground
more regularly. Give us the new,. all day and go home drunk at night.
On Friday, the 22d inst., there will Neither have we seen a woman yank
bean all day picnic at Judson. All off her coat, spit on her hands and say
are invited to come and bring their 'she could whip any man in town: No,
baskets, for a jolly time is promised. God bless her, she ain't built that
Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Reynolds and way-'-Banner, David, City, Neb.
edn Teddie, left Tuesday for New York, A o itho
where Mr. SR. will apply himself to a i *
business through the summer, return%' ,Can it be a home, a child's home,
ing to Bronson next fall, without religion? It may be a house
beautiful, enriched with art, knowl.
The County Alliance convention edge and music; but without religion,
eets here on Monday. We invite without thoughts about God, without
all the delegates to call in and see prayer, penitence, Sabbath, faith, love
their county paper. We will treat ad the seeking after a life of holiness
you as well as we know how. -it cannot be called a home. This
Mr. J. H. Estill, president Morning needs do argument; It needs much
Views Co., Savannah, Ga., says,-A emphatic repetition, and it needs deep
member of my family who has' been a belief. All children are naturally re-
martyr to Neuralgic Headaches for ligious. They have wonder, awe,
twenty years, has found in Bradycro- reverence, trust, lenlcrne.s, the keen-
tine al infallible remedy. esat sense of sin and love, No "learning"
SOcar Wayne returned -Sat urly comes so'-naturally to a child as the
from Ocala. He thinks *his mother learning of God. he talkof children
ndfamyWillmov aktoBronsoa about God is the talk of wise men.
in the near future, as they cannot en There mut be religion, if there isto
joy good health in Ocala. For health, bl a home; We who are asking thn
ronson takes the lead, all education shall be religious are of
all people bound to see that our chil,
0. C, Tousey got his n soda foun- den find their flrst faith, their prayer,
tail in ruining order Saturday, and their first thought, of God at home.
it an-l his iilk4shaker hvie beeni kept When the aclio.hlaiter gets our boys
'bue ever since. Wa ate now blessed heoughtto find that there is one
with two oda fountaiius, and Tousey elementary thing in their education.
andi ,,.Curse'. ,oht, lto ibe able to keep -.ll ^ ... m-A..


I." I.......Le .... e" -- ..... -- y, % welt Uguun-rtligionU, To senda boy
the puible cool. or girl into a "new woril" of a school
AMr W, Stowe, editor of the without prayer, faithl, love, reverence
Florida Patlfiumer, of Jacksonville. andl ome experience towards God, is
spent Satu:layin Broison, A trade to send the-uost Iprecius to us, into
issue of the Pathfiniler will be isu'-d their first day in thile world andtii lWit
in June, and Mr..Stowi was engigd as inufitied for that world uid J r that
in collecting data in regard to our lithe ah taheu child.--Riv. G. S.
Stown an4 county I1ie.iLucy,


4 1( 3.V<-:IE.
Our great cOL, r of the Rur1. C'aI
frce in connelelii) l with Ihe TiMnr-
DnumociA'r is surely a hutumer, .ii id
tll,.iiig like wild,'.r. Doji 't, hsii.,


P" Hlic Schoo.l Enterla menm t.
The Bronson public school, Miss
Madge D. Ice, principal, closed last
Friday evening with an entertainment
at the Methodist church, after a very
successful term of seven months.
The recitations of the pupils evinced
careful and patient training on the
part of the teacher, and the parents
present have eyery reason to feel
gratified at the pi ogress their children
have made. The program was as fol.
lows;
Duet-God of the Fatherless, by
Miss Bain and Mrs. Reynolds.
Recitation of xix Psalm, by Misses
Gertie and Hattie Lindsay, Jessie
Barco and Mace Bean.
Prayer by Rev. Dr. Bean.
Solo-Sweet Spirit hear our prayer,
by Miss Bain.,
Address of welcome-Mr. Barco.
Oration-The rising of 1776, by
Edgar Jackson.
Recitation-The ride of Jennie Mc-
Neal, by Miss Hattie Lindsay.
Rec.-The plow and the press, by
Fletcher Harrod.
Solo-The whip-poor-will, by Miss
Jessie Barco.
Rec.-The price of a drink, by Ed-
die Taylor.
Rec.-Only sixteen, by Miss Mace
Bean.
Oration-One hundred thousand
men, by Rorrie Coarsey.
Solo-A cup of cold water, by Miss
Bain. .
Rec.-Blowing bubbles, by Miss
Mary Lindsay.
Rec.-He neyer told a lie, by Ivan
Bean.
Rec.-Gates ajar, by Emma Griffin.
Cornet solo-Medley, by Mr. Louis
Stewart.
Rec.-Jimmie Brown's steam chair,
by David Stewart.
Rec.-How Miss Edith helps things
along, by Miss Lillian Boothby.
Rec.-Th- e smack in school, by D.
Newcomb Barco.
Solo-I am going home to Willie,
by Mrs. Robt. Reynolds.
Rec.-The fall of Pemberton Mill,
by Miss Jessie Barco.
Rec.-Archie Dean, by Miss Ger-
trude Lindsay. I
Address by Supt. Philips.
Presentation of medals by Dr. J.
M. Jackoan, Jr.
Quartett-God be with us till we
meet again-Miss Bain,Mrs. Reynolds
and' Messrs. Coarsey and Glisson.
Benediction by Rev. Dr. Shands,
Medals were awarded to Miss Jessie
Barco and Ivan Bean for the best
ec,4,itionsi-to Miss-Mace Bean t6r de-
portiment, and to Daidd Siewart lbor
the best attendance.. -
A word to the children; Do not
throw aside your books because school
is out; for knowledge, to be acquired,
must be diligently pursued. Let it
be your rule to devote an hour or two
every day to yiur-books, and you will
be gratified, when school opens next
fall, at the advancement you have
made during vacation.

A Bargain.-We have purchased
forty-eight yeailv stbscriptiuns to the
American Farm News, that excellent
journal for farmers, and we purpose
giving these subscriptions,, free of
charge, to the next forty-eight yearly
subscribers to the, TiirQ. -DEMAcRAT.
We now have premiums for every
subscriber, both 'r- and old, but these
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Fill out the blank below 'and return
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we also accumulate poison and germs of dis-
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NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Oflce at Gainesville, Fla.,j
May -4, 1811.
Notice is hereby given that the follow-
ing-nained settler has filed notice of his in-
tention to inaiie final proof in support of
Iis claim, and ihat said proof will be made
before Clerk Circuit Court at Bronson,
Fla., on Saturday, June 27.18)1, viz:
MARY BRISCO, Widow of David
Brisco, deceased, of Archer, Fla.,
H. E. 14260 for the W?' of NW 4 Sec. 12 T.
11 8. R. 17 E.
-Me names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon, and
cultivation of, said land, viz:
Richmond MeKinney, Nathan Rauls,
Irvin Johnson, Morris Jackson, of Archer,
Fla.
Alex. Lynch, Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
LAND OFFICE AT O(AINESVILLE, FLA.,
May 4, 1891,
Notice is hereby given-that the following
named settler has filed notice of his inten-
tion to make final proof in support of his
claim, and that said proof will oe made
before Register and Receiver at Gaines-
ville, Fla., on Saturday, June 27, 1891, viz:
MRS. CATHERINE A. BILLINGS,
of Albion, Fla.,
H.E. 16805 for the NW/ ofNE4, NY. of
NWV and SEy of NW% Sec. 2 T. 12 R.
17 E
SIe names the following witnesses to
prbve his continuous residence upon, and
ci-i lin; 'iI f. said land, viz:
W. C. ir.,nard, Win. Goma, J H. But-
Ter, C. A. Hanson, of .ll .i.n, Pin.
AEEXA'iI I'! I Y)'TcI, s
e"- sister.
NOTICE.
In Cir'iil Court, 5th Jitdicial Circuit
of Floria.i, Levy County.
Geor-,- \\ Maxwell o "
%'. Divorce.
I--le.lla Mn well. )
T I-. i.. ..i' having been filed in my of-
ii,< IIi.t the residence of the said Isa-
ll" ,M,i is unknown and that she is
(It i hi, ,. of twVpntv-.one yeors.
It i4 ordered that the said Isabella M1ax-
ni ,1.o appear, plead, answer or demur to
the complainant's bill o0 complaint filed in
'this caused, on or before Mondav, the 8th
day of June, A.D. 1891, or, the said bill
v. ill II tinktl.n as confessed and adecree pro
ti.ii l--,j entered up against her.
I Ii i, ii her ordered that this order be
rpltklih-Il i.r four consecutive weeks in
in. L'?- r'imes-Domoecrat, a newspaper
Ilui-tih..-itl it Bronson, Levy county, Fla,
JAMIES M. BARCO,
[Sn0l.] "Clerk Cir.cuit Court.
II. I. Coulter, Corplths. Sol'tr.
SBronson, Fla., May 7, 1891.
. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE.
A LL persons having claims against the
epstat of J. C. Howard, late of Levy
0'..*. uI% .i, .'..ased, will present them to the
il.:r-i,..l duly authenticated within the
tine p described by law; and all persons
iiiilebted to said estate will please come
T'-. ." aini settle at once.
W."11. BIGHAM,
Sheriff and Ex Oflyio Administrator.
Bronson, Fla., MNay 14, 1891.i 6m.
Do yor -wantt io save from 5 to
n cents on every dollar 2-you
150 spend ? If so, wrile for ouri II-
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Farmer is $1 per ,nturn, IT COSTS 0 FOr CUlltliAfilli, LIM,. BrOlclilt1S, Dy igpla
Sa,'lner is $1 ll,.r ihhliuntI, i'r C .)S [TS : tQr Cu11flfii[[,l[a, Binr a la te pap of a ner. Htere is an example
Atm.. I ~ of being paid "'in one's own coin:"
YOU NOT m'iING From anly one rIfi Hayll :87Ver, iLadaillie, inallty, Rilel- A landlord in a country village was
a ,obtainedthat 'L:iliU ail ial roX- busily employed at his desk when a Apamphletoflnformationandab-
number cnb obtained that which i a L 1Nfer-T reO-T.s former came to the door and asked to tretofthe s w to
will be worth thliUee the sitbsclril.tion -Diso0-nc3e:";3. see him, Ma. o Conri "lnts, alet fTraoe.
willewte'to Itis ri.. en's o1cc records The man was asked his errand, but h li361 BtroadwaY..n
Drs-FtaltTv '.& Palen's otnee records pritd hoe wy,
to yol or memlberei of 3yo'11 ouseliol, show t 01 .i .i... ..., in which their Con- persisted that lie must see the hotel New York.
*etihl 1pourd OxyoenTrositment has been used by keener alone. The latter stepped out-
yet you got it FREE! Call and see Physiesns in their practice and by invalids side, when the farmer motioned him to
,,sa-.,plcoY, ,'. (ve 10.t.h ,t.-. slnd follow nd walked around to the rear --
l. -mpel in k... Pileu have the liberty to of the hotel. wl el\ li *'o9u't c
refer to thele following namIed well-known When they were well around the cor- j .
Persons who.have tried this Treatment. ner the farmer stated thaj he wished to i
tey. Osgood A. Darby, Col inlbi, 8 buy a cow and had heard that the land- .
Colonel T. B. Crews, editor Laurence- o.d h one to sell. -,.- '.e
., vile Herald, Lauoens S. C. lord had one to ell.,
T1Rev, Joihn L. Ge.rirdeau, Coluiinlii S C. way through a garden, a patch of pota-9 'r T 1
ItI r. Sidi I. rownie, editor Christian toes, and aftercli~bingin fance, through 7
V1rs. Wi. 11. Johlstoine, Tarboro. .,C. a muddy barnyard and into the hotel -* .i ..
Rev. S. P' Ric!harilson, A'thens, ua barn.
levy %. 1 I'tIhrltshl, A Itilt a, barn. "iT..lo I Torn, Glad to see you, old fellow
.Joti .t. aso'n, .. D.. Coluimbus, (ai. When they were instide the landlord It o n ya we ne ried. d Sio
o v A iN' TinF' (int1.i. ).P. k.t -. -I n.. put his mouth near the other's ear and down: let's have an extrtence meeting. How's
31 arietta Ga. whispered: "il I she's so-so, same ass uiial,--alwaya want.
Ilev. r. It. Kendall, Macon, Ga. "Say. neighbor, I've sold my cowl"- lngsomiething I can't afford."
ifev, W. A. Chandler, ltresideit Enory Youth's Companion, go. Wellweal t somthgmore than we've
llqstAE College. Oxford, GTa.M "Yes:but I guess watt will be my master.' I
3".ev. E. J. Meyia'rdl, D, D., Camden, Nicknames at College. started to keep down expenses: and now Lil says
P~ T S. I'm 'mean,' and she's tired of saving and nevet
itl v. .Josiephus Anderson, 0. D., editor With students the range of sobriquete having anything to show for it. IS aw your wife
IWo a Ph rii l (ti' ,khristan Advinate, i-elsurg Fla, is wide and varied, a condition due to the downsrc'-t.'anshelookedashappyasnxqeenIl'
1110 l5M1aaiwM' '. 31. Bowen, editor FloridianiTalllahass- close relations between the nicknamer have to ke. iy wire cn Tnake a little rtheli
0cmA 6o. 23 UN10 11SAL 5' e ,, Fa. and the nicknamed. Some well defined tis anyone I ever knew yet she't always ter-
Sw o a' \ on 31dy .jO liiso, lh rules obtain, however, which show there ads to thu comf,,rtncd beauty f ourlittle home,
Clonton ,Ala. t to is some method in this phase of undtr- and shie's always merry asa lark.' When I as
how she manages it, sle nlways laughs anti saysi
~t .,.. nno 0 cv. Johii I. Gregory, Birmingham, Ala graduate madness. Surnames often IOh! th!t'e my secrets!' But I think I've dis,
I.^ '....... d'. ntniii, ei,,' Ali hier Wiltillias, Oxord, Ala. carry the same nicknames, although the covered her secret When we married, we both
t"iO'!)-- knw.. .. ... i i'.i;ai.... lenY ',, too tohtoler, Ahx p s .n rlt an a knew we should have to be very .car,' ifil. but she
.. iv.en Moore, tgoery,a. persons may not be related, and may be made onecondition: she would have her Magazine.
S o. i,,,.,,i And Itlb!III:,ls ofiothelOsit every iuart of separated by five orten years in the time And she was right I wouldn't do without tit in,
.pro, ho'r lb- he Ulite i -tates, eford. l oubhlethe subscription price. We re4
............ .'i ho 1 lik to knitow tIh onlf it has our, of their evidence at college. For ir in. together, from *he tille-page to the last word
Si, .. ..... ',biprelh-o e,wih.re to ,tie restored awdl vitali;ed peo, stance, Jones, '79, is dubbed "Buck," thestories kep our heart young; the ynopsit
.: I. II "' a_ Inu11 i ', ti VI/ C' t e iea of important events a-nd scientific matters keeps
S "". pe l and but were the disease re- 4 the chances areexcellent that Jones, me posted so that I can talk undrstandigly
',nm0 n. n, .. ..n lrdii. moedt htrIlntmail will brinl you a bro- '89, will receive the same nickname. what ie going on; my wife I always trying ome
SK..liocliti o., I' l eoX $dcrotlaulMiliao u (-h1lre of 20)0 pages containhlug these points cow idea fram the household department; she
Sif you will drofp a postal to Why, noa one knows, but it is a curious makes all hero dreases and those for the children,
-Why not try the TimesDemocrat D os. STARKEY & PAL'N, instance of persistent personality, Again, and she gets nll her patterns fornothlng, wththe
three month for 25 cents. No. 1529 Arch Seet Philadelhia. a. nicknames received previously at school the i a dJoewhen ew ai
t m or at home count for naught, for- the 8,.].i,.r,i-,iD. ori.r. I ltlIcan'ttellyouhalflr"
Collegian is no respecter of traditions or Il)'e ail zine i it
$65 O R LVER Q EEN $6 outside of the college world. So 0iBilly" i "What lWhy titai'swiht Li wanted so bad,
obectmes Sister,r "J&k" is transformed an told her Itw an exravagane."
't- t.. .."Well. iy friend, thattIn s here-yoe madeile
Is It possible a flrstol'abs:Buggy with Silver-plated Dash Rail, Seat into -"Reddy," "Joe" is elevata4 into grand mistake, and one you'd better rectify as
Rail, Hani.es, Hub ahds, and Shaft Tips, for above price ? "Senator," etc,-New York Tribune. ir on ayrlian. I lke y o's b.' righ t hera ,
SI I..1.., ii.i t i- ...:r tin wedding pe g month,
S0 > ui ntnal laik I of Confidence. tj 1 ..* I. I i.i.. ,e premium I got for getting
2 0 M n M M "I will have to owe you a dimie," said p i't club.lre'b a copywh tin go riyoud
S >"ti U\ \ 0 E Schuler Jewetft to the tobHaconist as he see in it what you wAit, you've only to write to
I H \i < biti o. "h the publisher and tell imdm what yonuwant,whetbey
bit off the end of a cigar. It is a tack hammer or a new rarrlage,and he will
S0 k0 0 "But I haven't got confidence in you makupecial terms for yon, either for a club, or for
c .z M > .to that extent. Yao will ha ve to leave fritTyo tme.n ye--ill vtym
b. < Pl that diamond pin as collateral." that In six mntio,. or send 10.ocets direct to the
Q r"< W 2 0 0 "TioThat diamond pin is worth a dollar ',publisher, W. Jennigs Demoe at, 15 East 141t
W 0 and a half, and I haven't got confidence theleremihua Ls'.
yz u 0 O in you to that extent," replied Schaler
a aahe strolled ot inta Broadway pung A Liber&l. Offer. Only $2.50
0 F z 0 Q L his cheap cigar, "-Texas Sifting. -FOR-
SA Swedish engineer has invented a. The TinCes-Deil0ocrat
S!0 i novel method of blasting by electricity.
Write fQr oup New o80 pe Catalogue of all kinds of Vehicles. HIe employs a volta are produced be- ,"1't IDiiEST'S FAMIlY MAAAZINE0
Address tween two carbon rods placed parallel. Scnd your subscriptions to this office,
SOUTHERN B UGGY CO. When the arce is moved close to the spot
where blasting is to be effected an in- The Times-Democrat three months
CINCIN NATI, OH O U S tenselocal heat is created, followed by for only 2, centi.
CIN I N" A TI expansion, which las the effect of spht-
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FREE LAND COMES HIGH. CHA MBERLAI'S
Town Lot Given Away, but There Ar. Eye and Skin Ointment,
Expenses Attached to Them.
I heard about the man who was giving A certain cure for Chronic Sora Eyes,
away town lots free, and one day I left Tetter, Salt Rheum, Scald Head, Old
the train at a small station and hired a Chronic Sores, Fever Sores, Eczema,
man to drive me over to the site of the Itch, Prairie Scratches, Sore Nipples
future great city. I found a sixty acre and Piles. It is cooling and soothing.
farm staked out into lots 20 feet front Hundreds of cases have been cured. by
by 50 deep, but only one house and one it after all other treatment had failed.
person were in sight. The house was a ;25and 50 cent boxes forsale by
farm cabin, and the person was the Ji. Tj Jackson & Son, Bronson, and
owner of it and the one I wanted to see.
"Come for a lot?" he asked as we drove W. C. Andrews, Archer.
up.
"Yes, in case my information is cor- OUJ "REfIUM .
rect. Do you give them away free?" We give with one year's subscrip-
d' heard ." tion to the -TrtES-DEMOORAT your
"I had heard so."
"Go right out and select any one you choice of t.h- f' -ig publications
like. Those selected are marked with for the prlee set :,, -i- :
red stakes, those not yet taken by black Rural Call and TiiME-DEMOsa CRAT... $1.00
ones." American Farmer ..... .. .. 1.00
I took a walk around and made a se- Home Magazine....... ........ 1.2
election, and he found' the number and Judge's ibrary................. 1.50
said: Deniorest's Finaily Mhefaziine......... 2.50
"You want an abstract of title, of Dickens' Complete Works..............
course. Here it is, and the fee is $8,"
When I had received it he hunted out Remember, every reader can get
a deed already signed, and filled my The Rural all a year free. See
name in, called in the teamster and his
wife for witnesses, and said. offers elsewhere.
"Here is your deed. I'll have t charge
$4 for that,
I paid the sum named, and he then a- S orvoxorox
got down a big book and said: -
"You want it recorded, of course. I
am the county clerk. The fee for re- '.'.o .
cordiig is $3." -
I had it duly recorded, and just then To Cure Bilionsness, Sitk lHeadache, Consti.
dinner was ready. He invited me to sit patron, Malaria, LIver complaints, take
down, but when we were through he the safe and certain remedy,
said
"My charge for dinner is seventy-five
cents. The taxes on your lot will be dne
next week, and you had better leave the
money. The amount is $1.75, and my
commission for receipting will be twen- Me tthe 9X 11, ize (40little Bnansto the
ty-five cents." bottle TH'ilE ARB THiE MOST CONVIENIET.
I paid him the sum named and was Price oV either sive, 2Se. per Bottle.
about to get into tho wagon, when he AT7I -7 "? 7fTHMaTUAgUi
s~id:l "fl8 i B a i! "The charge for bringing you over i .T&coMakerai-E"BLEBEANis,"ST,LOUIS MD.
and talking you back ia $9. Half belongs 1 -'' *. r'- .s-s.S^ lSa a
to me, as I own the wagon. One dollar,
please." .e .o .... I. t at r Tro o 5.
"Can you think of anything further?" ','.i ',,i'..
I asked, as I handed him the dollar. l '... ... .. 0 of
"Well, you'll have to stop at the june- : .:'-; .
tion about four hours before the eastern ..:.. i..
train comes along. I own the restaurant In.. .tIi["7.......
there. Please eat.all you can." t,, I L a
"I have," I said, after a little figuring,
paidd you $18.75 for a lot you advertise 11 ,4A '1 1EA tt I mlrteixkiiref y
to *ve away free. How much do yonu tno i.1 liifgoc. t.d. htkr
call this land worth an acre?" w .. ...... TrI.o,..; ai.
"All of six dollars, sir. I've been ..'. *. l.... ,".... ,,,.,,I".
offered five and wouldn't take it." ., .... ,."'., .'
"Then I've paid you m ore than the II... .... ..I ., ..;..0 I..
value of two acres to get a lot large ... .. I. ..-
enough to bury a couple of cows onf'
"Exactly, sir-exactly, and I congrat- o'r, .].e....F.. iir.f.rt.
ulat, you on your bargain." :.i. ,r ..',.... t .. .t..i. i.",t
**Th.- you don't call it a swindler B EI .-...'"...: I-.. L'Fl .. Ar"
"No, sirl No, Eirl A man who will *". ..l;, ''. 'l.. '
kick on buying a chunk of the glorious .il.. ,.... ,-, t ..i. ,i... .............. .,an,
west for less than $14 isn't straight, and, .."' '.. i. i'. .n .i ,a,. .. ,C..,0.
Mr,. TompLin, I'd advise you to keep an I., u
eye on him going back and ree that be
doesn't jump out of the wagon and bilk
you out of your dollar."-Wilmifg'tou
News.
Private Interview.
One may sometimes be made to see the iC
uselessness of a foolish habit by being Gl A
Itoade the victim of similar behavior on


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