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 21, 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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'$1.00 Per Annoum. BRONSON, FLORIDA, THUURSDAY- MAY 21, 1891. VOL. IX. NO 24.
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The Times-Democrat. FARM AND HOUSEHOLD.

County Judge-Ben Friedman.
Clerk Circuit Court- 1. Barco.
Sheriff-W. H. Blngliaiu,.
Collector-W. H. Anderson.
Assessor-T. J. Prevatt.
Treasurer-T. W- Shands.
Supt.of Schools--S. Philips.
Governor--F. P. Fleming, Tallahassee.
Secretary of Stite-John L, Crawford,
Attorne) General-W. B. Lamar Monti
Treasurer- F., J Pons, Sandersnn.
Comnei&lonecr otf Lands-L. B. Womb-
well, Tallahassee.
Comptroller-\W. U.-B.r.es. Tallalassee-*
Adjutant-0eneral-David ,iang, Cedar
Supt. or Public lustruction-A. J. Rus-
sell, TaalII aha ssee
Sliprene Court-A. E. Maxwell. Chief
Justice; Geo. P. Itaney. U. L. Mitchell,
Judges; U. W. WilAs,, -21erk, T.illahassee.
Circuit Court, Fifth JudJelal Circuit-J,
J. Finley. Judgo. Ocala State's A.ttorney.
W. L. ,Wigg. Palatka.
legister--Alex Lyvncn.
Receiver-V. J. shipmun.
Surveyor-General- W.-D. Bloxham, Tal-
' ahbassee.

iP'ofessio-~al Ca-cls
J. CAULSoN. I.. .I. CA.VL-3.IN.
SDEIN '.L'-- _L'S,
ESTT'Mitperial. B.st work ruarant-ed
GO01, FILLING aa spec.lty. All
work promptly uteniidd o (.Crrel4)oin-
dence solii. d,'ell l).

Prompt and careful attention given
to business. ly
as -,. : ,., s a-, 3 ,
WILTi gie all BILLS for ellectioti
*ent me, sleclai alttenior.
A -F-Pi d )-i-o
&vc appro-v-ecl.
S FNLt B. .(lt I.Tli,.
Solicitor in Chancery.

Practice in all court., olie iiin 'TI.MIEI-
Iry MICIIAT lili] ll ,g.

Dcn',,m a & ('i,'ssont,

l1acsm' Is, CansSliths

fNi elwriahts,
Are prepired to doaan4 and all kin ds,
Such as RIeiia'iriiiig lioiES WAOON
Plows. Eic., at -irit notice.
agoti man ki.1% 4 spelalty.

i. M. .R

EB EiOlTSO ., 'Y..
Keeps on hand a general assortment
of Laiies', Misses' a!!d Childrens

.. ETC,,
of the I last styles. Also a full lin

' The Timnes-D.Dem.-crat three months
for only 2 eewits..

The Amerceau I'arnmer ms just the
periodical fior our farmer friends. It
is a sple'lid magazmie devoted to the
larm amnd farming. The subscription
price is one dollar per year, but don't-
orgt tl4hat we send it to you FREE !


President-C. W. McElroy, Judson.
Secretary-J. Cox, Bronson.

Bronson-D, U. Marstellar,


dent; 0. Richardson, secretary.
Blitch-mW. H. IL Blitch. president;
N. B. Plummer, secretary.
Cow Pen Seat-C. D. Craig, pres.
Ellzey-C. D. Parkenson, pres.;
Isham Thornton, sec.
"Iron Sink-Louis Appel, pres.; J.
L. Barrow, sec.
Johnson-W. H. Stephens, pres.;
L. E. Johnson, see.
Liberty-J. L. Curry, pres.; Wmin-
Watts, sec.
Orange Hill-Hon. N. A. Blitch,
pres.; Geo. W. Willis, sec.
Pine Level-J. T. Allen, pres.; J.
W. Durrence, see,
Riverside-J. M. Love, pres.; G.
W. Fletcher, sec.
Rocky Hammock-S. H. Worthing-
ton, pres.; W. G. Hudson, sec.
Privilege-Jos. Plumnnier, pres.; L.
Bryan, sec.
Shell Pond-
Union-Isaac II. Swindal, pres,;
Miss Julia ,Smith, see.
Way Key-John B. Smith, pres,;
J, -H. Davies,.scc:-


Using and Shading the Soil.
The vines from muy acre devoted to
green peas have been removed and the
around is now covered with a beauti'
ful growth of "I.xltail" grass. I used
to fight this gras ma an enemy to my
crops; -but of late I have been inclined
to regard it with a more friendly spirit.
The peas were kept perfectly clean
until lte vines had nearly got their
growth, and this recent,- rapid snringb
ing up of the foxtail came too late to
injure the crop in the slightest degree,
while on the credit side of its account
stand two prominent items:
1. It covers and protects the soil
during this dry, hot weather.
2, It gives mne a good coating of
green manure which I intend to plow
under, when conditions are favorable,
early in September.
The benefit of this green manure is
undoubtedly great Not so valuable
perhaps, at a growth of clover; but
one that comes without effort or cost--
even forces itself upon farmers of this
section, and challenges them to either
accept it or enter on a long and doubt-
ful war of extermination. '
In regard to the benefit of keeping
the ground covered with vegetation,
and in an active, growing condition
during the mid summer, let me give
one bit of experience whose results
now lie directly under my eyes. Last
year Imentioned in the Country Gen-
tleman my attempt to raise two crops
of peas on the same ground, resulting
in absolute failure. The ground was
in a fair condition of fertility when
planted. With an eye to labor-saving
(having more ground than muscle) I
set the rows three feet apart and worked
them with a two-horse riding cultivator
I kept the ground clean, and the peas
being a dwarf variety gavelittle shade
to the spil. From these peas I got a
good crop and the vines were removed
in the latter part of June, The ground
was then liberally manured, thorough
pulverized and resown to that dwarfest
of peas, the American Wonder, in
drills three feet apart. These were
cultivated a few times when the mil,,
dew attacked them, and soon after
they were plowed under, Once or
twice after this the harrow was run
over the ground as the tiny blades of
"Nbxtail" struggled to makeas appear-
ance. -With the dwarf crops, the
many cultivation, the plowiags and
harrowings, the ground was almost as
good as naked during the summer,
especially the midsummer, On one
side of this patch oft peas (last year)
was a strip of potatoes, on the other
side was corn.

This year corn covers the three ject the exclusive benefit of farmers at
spaces and extends beyond; but a the expense of others will bring no
stranger could easily mark out in the permanent relief. A fair chance to
centre the exact space occupied by all and special privileges to none is all
last year's peas, The crop from that that legislation can perform. A po-
space will not exceed one-third of that litical organization whose purpose it
on an equal space on either side-or is to help the farmers without regard
any part of the field for that matter. to the right of others might win one
There was no manure put on the ground victory but not two. The greatest
surrounding the pea patch, either last army that ever marched to battle is
year or this. Now, what is the cause often doomed to defeat by a blunder
of this year's failure on that spot? or over-confidence in its numerical ad-
My impression (founded not on this vantage, and the Alliance will shatter
experience alone) is that fertility of its prospects should it seek to secure
soil is maintained through activity of redress through class legislation. Let
growth, rather than through idleness, the farmers concentrate their efforts to
that nature takes her rest during the secure relief by the reduction of tariff,
winter and rebels against forced inac- taxes, free coinage of silver, and other
tivity during the working season. Also, reforms to which the Alliance is com.
that the exposure of the naked soil to emitted, and the people in general will
air and heat, under the direct rays of lock to their support.
the summer sun, through some agency
which I do not understand, unfits the A NA TURAL CONCLUSION.
ground for a crop in some other way, It is natural that those who have
aside from the actual withdrawal of been deceived by the various nostrums

fertility. I draw this last inference
from the fact that, in other cases some,
what similar to the one I have men-
tioned, the fertility (or condition fa-
vorable to producing a crop) has re-
turned, on the third year, with the
aid of manure.-Country Gentleman:

The Alliance in Texas is taking on
a new growth which bids fair to
eclipse anything ever before seen in
that State.

In Pennsylvania, West Virginia
and some other states the Alliance has
largely increased its membership. by
absorbing the Patrons of Toil, an or-
ganization which preceded the Alli-
ance in those states.

Boliver' county -Review (Rosedale,
Miss.) says the Alliance of Boliyer
county will support no man for the
legislature or senate unless ne pledges
himself to support men to the United
States senate who will advocate the
sub-treasury bill.

Organizers are now at work in every
state and territory in the union, and
sub-Alliances, county Alliances, dis-
trict Alliances and state Alliances are
being formed as rapidly as possible.
President Polk recently visited Co-
lumbus, 0., and there organized a
state Alliance.

Several colored Alliancemen ot
Sumter county, Georgia, are reported
to have bought a large tract of land
in that county, and have put up a
saw mill. They are shipping lumber
all over the State, besides setting out
over 200 acres in fruit, and Superin-
tendent Richardson, of the State Col,
ored Alliance, says this beats politics
The Colored Alliance is marching on
to victory. There are in the South
to-day over 2,000,000 members. The
time is near at hand when this grand
organization will demonstrate to the
world that its members intend to keen

abreast with the times and demand The Law Conices ninff Newspaper,
the same-recognition granted to other Subscriptions.
races and nationalities in the United The decision of the United States
States, The agricultural fields will court on these subjects are interesting:
work out the race problem. '1. Subscribers who do not give exs
press notice to the contrary are con-
Labette County Statesman (Oswego, sidered. as wishing to renew their
,. subscription, .
Kas.) says; "Teaching the science of su Ifsubscribers order the discon-
government is one great object of the tinuance of their periodicals the pub-
Farmers Alliance. Too much ignor- lisher may continue to send them un-
ance has prevailed, and the word of til all arrearages are paid.
demagogues has been taken toolong for 3. If subscribers neglect or refuse to
eag ftepe e o take their periodicals from the post-
the welfare of the people. Faise sys- office to which they are directed, they
teams and false policies have so envel- are responsible until they have set-
oped the farmers and laborers that life tled their bills and ordered them dis-
is perpetual hell before them. They continued.
are aroused at last to the misery and 4. If subscribers move to other
injustice of their condition, and they places without informing publisher,
are s'rugglinw manfully to escape and the papers are sent to the forms
from it. They neither stop nor slack- mer address, they are held responsible.
en their work until success crowns 5. The courts have decided that re-
their labor, and justice shall once fusing to take periodicals from the
more be enthroned in the government, office or refusing and leaving them
Speed the day," uncalled for, is prima facie evidence
of intentional fraud.
The Santa Rosa Democrat says; 6, If subscribers pay in advance,
The object of the Alliance should be, they are bound to give notice at the
and doubtless is, to discover the cause end of time if they do not wish to con-
and doubtless is, to discover the aus tinue taking it; otherwise the publish-
of their declining prosperity and apply er is authorized to send it, and the
a remedy. Class legislation has brought subscriber will be responsible until
them to the door of the poor- house, an express notice, with payment of all
and any legislation that has for-its obh- arrearaues, is sent to the nubhliher.

criminal cases.
Joint resolution asking an amend-
ment of the interstate commerce law,
(Continued on page two.)),

State of Ohio, City of Toledo,)
Lucas County. sS.
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that
he is the senior partner of the firm of
F. J. Cheney & Co., doing business in
the city of Toledo, county and State
aforesaid, and that said firm will pay
the snm of ONE HUNDRED DOL-

TARRH that cannot be cured by the use
of Hall's Catarrh Cure.
Sworn to before me and subscribed
in my presn.iee, this 6th day of De-
cember, A. D., 1886.

Notary Public.


that are continually offered to the
public should demand a more substan-
tial testimonial than the simple decla-
ration of those who are interested in
the sale of a medicine. Recognizing
the justide'of this demand, the Swift
Specific (S. S. S.) Company, of Atlan-
ta, have embodied in pamphlet form a
few of the more noteworthy testimo-
nials -that have come to them unsolicis
ted. This pamphlet, together with
other interesting matter, they will take
pleasure in sending to -any address.
Write to the S. S. S. Company, Draw-
er 3, Atlanta, Georgia.

Virgil was the son of a porter.

J. M. Jackson & Son, the druggists,
desire us to publish tihe following tes-
ripaoneial aq they lhamill- tl)' reni,:.dv
1 lid beii'e iTTo be-reliiie.
I bought a 50o cent bottle of Cham-
berlain's Pain Balm and applied it to
my limbs, which have been afflicted
with rlieunatismo at intervals for one
year. Balm I was unable to walk. I can
truthfully say that Pain Balm has
completely -cured me. R. II. Farr,
Holywood, Kan. Mr. A. B, Cox, the
leading druggist at H1olywood vouches-
for the truth of above statement.

The Australian dog and the Egypt-
ian shepherd dog never bark.

Specimen Cases.
S. H. Clifford, New Cassel, Wis.,
was troubled with neuralgia and
rheumatism, his stomach was disor-
dered, his liver was affected to an
alarming degree, app)etile fell away,
and he was terribly reduced in flesh)
and strength. Three bottles of Electric
Bitters cured hiim.
Edward Sheplierd, Harrisburg, Ill.,
had a running sore on his leg of eight
years' standing. Used three bottles of
Electric Bitters and seven boxes of
Buckien's Arnica Salve, and his leg is
sound and well. John Speaker, Ca-
tawba, O., had five large fever sores
on his le,, doctors said he was incur-
able. One bottle Electric Bitters, and
one box Bucklen's Arnica Salve cured
him entirely. Sold by J. M. Jaokson.

The Leaning Tower of Pisa is 183
feet high.

2 lie Pulpit and the Stage.
Rev. F. M. Shrout, pastor United
Brethren Church, Blue Mound, Kan.,
says: "I feel it my duty to tell what
wonders Dr. King's New Discovery
has done for me. -My luug were bad.
ly diseased, and my parishioners be.
lived I could live only a few weeks,
I took five bottles of Dr. King's New
Discovery and am sound and well,
gaining 26 pounds ini weight."
Arthlur Love. manager Love's Fuil-

..a.. na wu.

a thorough trial and convincing evi- "'
deitce, I am confident Dr. King's New '
Discovery for Consumption boats 'em
all, and cures when everything else
fails. The greatest kimidness I can do
my riany thousand friends is to urge
them to try it." Free trial bottles at
J. M. Jackson's Drug Store.' Regular,
sizes 50 cents and $1.00.

The forty-fifth anniversary of the
wedding day is the woolen wed%'

Some of the Grand Army boys may
be interested in the following from
Alex. B. Pope, A. D. C., Commander,
Dep't. Tein. and Ga. Hie 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, Brouson; and
W. C. Andrews, Archer. ,

An old physician, retired from prac.:
tice, having had placed in his hands by,
an East India missionary the formula
of a simple vegetable remedy for the -
speedy and permanent cure of Con-
sumption, Bronchitis, -Catarrh. As-
thmia and all throat awidt Lung Affeo-
tions, also a positive and radical cume
for Nervous Debility and all Nervotus
Complaints, after having tested its
wonde.iful curative powers ia thous,
ands of cases, has felt it his duty to
make it known to his suffering fellows.
Actuated by this motive and a desire
to relieve human suffering, I will send
free of charge, to all who desire it,.
this recipe, in German, Frenchor En-
glish, with full directions for prepar-
ing and using. -RSnt'by mail by ad.
dressing with stamp, naming this
paper. W,-A. Noyes, 820 Powers':
Block, Rochesteri, N. Y.

Highest of all in Leavening Power.-U, S. Gov't Roport, Aug. 17, 188g


FLOBIDA LEGISLATURE. I "Peter Piper picked a peck of pick-
TALLAHASSEE, Fla., May-13.-The led peppers," was a line of alliterative
senate passed the following bills this nonsense, that the children used to
morning; say. Nowadays they can practice on
An act to proyide for and regulate the Perfect, Painless, Powerful Prop.
the erection and keeping of stock erties of Pierce's Pleasant Purgafive
gates across public roads in this state. Pellets. It will impress a fact which
An act empowering the governor to will be useful to know. These Pellets
place the name of Isaac Lamb, of cure sick headace, bilious attacks, in-
Madison county, Fla., upon the dis- digestion, constipation and all stomach,
abled soldiers' pension roll at a yearly liver and bowel troubles. They are
sum of $100. tiny, sugar-coated pills, easy to take,
An act to establish and "maintain and, as a laxative, one is'sufficient for
ani institution for juvenile offenders a dose. No more groans and gripes
against the laws of. Florida for the from the old drastic remedies! Pierce's
purpose of reformation and implant- Purgative Pellets are aas painless as
ing habits and principles of industry, they are perfect in their effects.
An act for the relief of Francis F.
Bevil, ex-treasurer for Polk county. Cervantes was a common soldier.
An act to provide against accidents in almost every neighborhood
on railroads and to limit the power of throughout the west there is. some
service of the same. one or more persons whose lives have
IN THE HOUSE. been saved "by Chamberlain's Colic,
The following were passed in the Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, or
house and ordered certified to the sen- who have been cured of chronic diar.
ate; rhea by it. Such -persons take esa
.An act to confer police powers on special pleasure in recommending the
An act to confer police powers on remedy to others. The praise that
all conductors in charge of passenger follows its introduction and use makes
trains on the railroads in this state, it very popular. 25 and 50 cent bot-
An act fcr the preservation of wild ties for sale by J. M, Jackson & Son,
deer, birds and other game, Bronson; and W. C. Andrews, Ar.-
An act regulating sentences in cher. ,

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.
galSold by Druggists, 75c.

The first saw-maker's anvil was
brought to America in 1819.

Buckledn's Arnica Salve.
The best salve in the world for cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum,
Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands,
Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Erup-
tions, and positively cures Piles, or no
pay required. It is guaranteed to
give perfect satisfaction, or money re-
tunded. Price 25 cents per box. For
sale by J. M, Jackson, & Son.

The Japanese always bury their
Jead with the head toward the

But we will cure you if you will pay
us. Men who are Weak, Nervous and
Debilitated, suffering from Nervous
Debility, Seminal weakness, and all
effects of early evil habits, or later in-
discretions, which lead to Premature
Decay, Consumption or Insanity,
should send for and read the "Book of
Life," giving particulars of a Home
Cure. Sent (sealed) free, by address-
ing Dr. Parker's Medical and Surgical
Institute, 151 North Spruce St.,.Nash-
ville, Tenn, They guarantee a cure
or no pay.-The Sunday Morning.

The Times-Democrat three months
for only 25 cents,

1he Times-Democrat.

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FTHIS PAPETR, ow"e h"'twenp a Bo.
AlIv'rtisl.tgiiuT;r1au (10 Spnie. St., a-,e-e m.ivcrtisl'
wAUm m.j mul W Ur it I Y.'w YOJ)KA
(Entered, at the P, 0. at, Bronson
as second' class matter.)

TlIIf1SDAY, :ay 21, 1891.

Public men in Florida are making
I'ec rds now for future reference. The
files of the Floridian will be valuable
w.o years hcnce.--F'oridian.
,Not valuable because reliable, (for
that Ithey will not be,) but only of use
to the Tallahassee ring when it may
be necessary to blaeokmail a Call man.
You might sell them to some museum
as Minehausen documents. .

It is to he regrefted that men, noted
for their ippigihtness in business trans-
actions, will allow' prejudice and par-
tisanism in politics to bini then to
pll sense of justice. For instance:
Once in awhile you find a man who is
much grieved because the majority in
the legislature will not yield' to the
minority, and break the dead lock.
I"everse the order of things and let
tbip ininority dictate, and independent-
lain, that bugaboo, (independence is a
God-given privilege) will soon swal-
low up the whole institution.

Thperp is but one railroad employee
in thae legislatnre, to witi Hon. T, R,
0antey,agent at Quincy of the F. C.
& _P, Il, U. And strange to say,"'after
ill the T.-U. talk about "railroad ins,
fluence to defeat the friend of the
f pople," Mr. Cantey has voted steadily
or C'qll Iow'p that?-Standard.
A whopper, if you intpid it for a
Yarn; a failure, otherwise,. Mr, Canty
is not the only railroad man in the
legislature, one other being anator


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the house to-day the joint committee
appointed to visit the state institute
for the deaf and blind at St. Augustine
submitted the following report;
"It is a source of gratilicatiou to
this coiumnittee to be able to state that
the work done apn suggestions made
by the cotnmnittce of 1889-the lHon.
D. H. Yancey, chairman-was fraught
with great good to the institute.
Confidence in the excellence of the
school was established in the minds
of the people throughout the state,
and the result is that the attendance
has doubled. Parents loth to part
with their unfortunate offsprings haye
learned of the great benefit that scien,
tific training confers rpon the deaf, the
mute or the blind, and that even one
lacking all these faculties can be
taught to care tor himself and become
a useful member of the community, It.
seems scarcely necessary for this com-
mittee to speak in terms of comment'
daltion of this state charity," etm, The
committee recommends a small ins
crease in the appropriation for this
institution, claiiming that the present
sum, is inadequate to carry out its
purposes, as they should be which
will probably be granted,
The following bills were passed;
An act to amend an ast entitled 'an'
act to provide for the appointment of
a board of examiners and to regulate
the practice of dentistry in the state of
Florida,' the same being Chapter 3711
of the Laws of Florida approved June
7, 1887."1
An act to prohibit the leaving open
of pits and holes outside of inclo,
An nact to prescribe a form for war,
ranty deeds ot conveyance to land."
An act to legalize the incorporation
of the town of Orange Park,"
An act' to decree, the Santa Fe river
navigable and to fix a penalty for ob.
structing hesame."
the senate this morning Senator Coul,
ter introduced a bill to be entitled "an
geact tp declare the eighth day of Jan-

next. Aliss Tee comes to us well rec- NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
ommended, and will no doubt proeye a Linud juice atGAiyx.sviLL FLA,
valuable acquisition. 9)arclu s 1i, iSil,
Miss Ma-gie Morgan, of Savannal, i a i i i her.- ,ve1 lhat tiloileoowii-
s ., s i L c.. s, llal ed tlu.1r h:ls filed noti o his inten-
Svisiting Ler cousin 'Mrs. Susan liar,' ii ;it nkeinl'.r in support of his
dee. clnu'ml, and t'.t ;.iid pronofwill l]i;tde-lie-
fore J i(,go, ot in i s abseneO e',rk ''i 'iit
Mr. A. 1B. Jones and S. L. Hardee iourt aut Bronson, Fia., on May 7, maL ,
are manipulating the hand saw au(t viz,
hatchet at Albion this week. JAIY A, TEPIIENS, (nee Rees-
Mr. I. W. Rogers has moved to his m L,,) of Lebanon, Fin.
homestead near Long Pond, fld. 1272 for the NS ofg; SW'. of SE
I ". o A, of Sw cc. 25 r, l 5, It, 17 E.
Well, about that social-lbe dffe ioe names tlhe tilfollowing wilinesos to
has not yet been fixed, but I presume prov his ',ioinonus residence upon and
it will come round in due time. We el j 1iwie.n if la.n e O. -Lr-
would be pleased to -iave "Hoosier" tgrcaves, A.tin yies8t, or ie mn, Fla,
with us on that occasion, and will s'y ALEX. LiseH,
to him that we laye lots of pretty ,
girls, youn) ladies, and old maidS-- NlOTICl FOIl PU BLIA.TION.
did I say old maids? I guess I am Landi llice at Gainesviie, lina.,
wrong, ior according to the census re- March 18. l i)!.
ports we have no such. To "Fay" I hna deth in ice i
I would exteird.a special invitation, tpen ion to make coinniutation proof in sup-
port, ofhisclaim, and that said proof will
Our people are talking up an Alli- be made before register and Receiver at
ance picnic at the camp ground some Gainesville, F'i., on May 22, 1891, viz;
time in July, JOHN, P. REDDICK, of Willistou,
Mr. Joseph Wilson is teaching the d w oFla.,
Providence school. The patrons are s. ot, 1 .J
fortunate in securing his services, as ife" names the following witnesses to
"Joe has now quite a reputation as a prove his o(ontinuoius residence upon, and
o as now quulte a reputation as a ulivatiou of said land, viz:
teacher. SPRAWLS. N. A. Blitch, of Williston; J. .J. Barber,
i T. T, ill and WV. 11. Blitch of Barco,
Besolution of Thanks. l Alex. Lynch, Rogiste
At the meeting of the Alliance on NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Monday the following resolution was LAND OFFICE AT GAINESTILLE, FLA.,)
unanimously passed; April 11, 1891.
unanimously passed; Notice is hereby given that the following
Be it resolved, That the thanks of nnmed settler has tiled notice of his intend,
this County Alliance be ani are here, tign to make final proof in support of his
by extended to Mr. 0. J. Farmer for" claim, aind tliat said proof Nt ill be made be-
by extended to Mr..O. .J. arer or fore .Jude, or in his absence, clerk circnit
kindly furnishing a department in his court at lironson, Fla., oh June 8thi 18)1,
paper for Alliance matters. viz: -,
1 AVID E. WILIALMS, of Williston,
A Lucky Ohio Farmer, FP. 11447 for the E' of NEi3; SW4 of
Recognizing the fact that there ex, i' aui NE" ofSEM Sec..18, T. 1 S.
ists a widespread interest in the pur, He inles the following witnesses to
.prove his oon[iprlyrns oreidence upon and
suit of agriculture and its sturdy de- cultivation or, said himi, viy;
votees, the Cosmopolitan Magazine hmas rC..ks a. :n'1e10 o, F A.
recently offered two prizes of $200 ALEXANDE1 1, LYN i' l,
each for essays bearing upon farm life
and the firmer. The first of these ,OTICE FO I' UBLItCA'TION.
,, *Land Office at Gainesville, Fla.,
prize articles was published in the' April 11, 1891.
April Cosmopolitan. YNotice is hereby given that the follow-
-n ed April Cosmopolitan settler has filed notice of his in-
The $200 offered for the best-essay tertion to make final proof in support of his
on "The needs of the farmer, his hnir, aud that said proof will hi maib
hours of labor, and the national legie. sence clerk circuit coifrt, at Bronson, rFla.,
%V t on i .line1 8, 1891, xiz:
nation nece-sary to this prosperity AUGUSTIgSN, WILLIAMS, of Wil-
was awarded to Abner L, Frazer of listoin. Fin.,
-Id. 16446 for the SWI Sec.8.T. 13 S. R. 18
Milford, Ohio, and will appear in the E. r the 1.
Cosmopolitan for June. This essay He names the following witnesses to
iov is continuous residence upon, and
was selected from a very large number ultivatinn of. said land, viz-
T, 11. Westhrook. A, L, A1bercromire, J.
ofmanuscripts submitted by farmers Tyner, J. A. lawklns, of Williston,
1...... +1 --. +-.. tF l.. ...... -

.Farner, agent of the F. C. & nary of each and every'year to be rougou ne country, because o A Ly register.
-A.y. .. M A) bor da the interest of forestry ihe many sound and practical sug-
S. ,. auTopaniung of forest, fnun an,, gestions that it contains 'Times ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE.
for not permitting his employers ornamental trees on public grounds, ave changed a nd the farmers,imes LL persons holding claims against the
his vote-for him., etc." Under a waiving of rules, this have change an the farmers, whos tte ,f ra Jarter, eceas'id,a are
bill was read'the- first, second and work is the foundation of national rerotor without leet stand those inated -to
clique that is ruling the demo- third times and passed, prosperity, have not kept pace with srild estate are required to make settle-
party in .this statp has (to its The following, bills were passed; the advance in wealth enjoyed by N. with the A ER, Adnr.,
itisfaction) read Senator Call Joint resolution directing and empows merchants and manufacturers; but the Estate of Ira J. Carter. Deceased.
the democratic pa. it does g-t attoneygeneral to institute' agriculturist is awaking to his oppor- NOTICE.
-kral prnceedinrgs to compel a settle- c i a t
other man who will not be ment of the indebtedness to the state tunlitis. Education, organization and SIXmonths from date of this notice I
will present my linal accounts and
ed into subjection. And now by different railroad and canal corn- contentment with moderate profits-- vouchers as executor of the estate of Ricm-
etropolip reads the "riot nat' to 'ies; an act relating to the con- these are the secrets of success. Con- sardD, Sanoti, late of l ievv count, d,
legislators who were honest struction and maintenance of switch fort, independence, leisure-these are Co.ty Jud.e of Levy county, and ask to
and track connections between rail- be discharged as such executor,
Sand- brave enough to face the roads and providing for enforcing the rewards. The essay closes with a JAMES M. BARC;O, 1-xooeitor.
of Chipley by voting toseat two the same by proper penalties and pro- well considered resume of the only February 19, 1891.
ratic contestants from Suwanee feedings; an act to punish false billing legislation which the farmer asks in NOTICE FORI PUBLICATION.
r, on the recommendation of the false weighing and false classification his behalf-laws to prevent the manu- Land Office at Gainegville, Fla.,1
ttee, 'nl after :weighing the ot freights. and other fraudulent prac- flcture and sale of adulterated and Notice is herelby given that the follow-
in ticesby shippers and railroad coin innin ttrii fie ntofi in
ce. These men are to be black paness" an act to appropriate 00, spurious tood products as genuine, to intmonined Settler nts tiled notice o in-e
and what for? .jepause the or so much thereof as may be necessary curb monopolies, and to secure an port of bis olahn, and that said proof will
.yvt, .o Sa w.e; no hon b, 1 e made before Itegister and Receiver at
hey voted to seat were not hon, .for carrying out senate concurrent honest government for the whole peo-, Gainesville, Fla. on Miay 25, 1891, viz,
elected? No; the Metropolis resolution No. 77. ple Dan C. Board and F, G. Att- THOMAS BUTLER, of Barce, Fla,,
ot question tbhir ,election; not ate this moningthefolowingbi wood have illustratedthe article with Id. 19690 for the NWY Sec, 24 T, 14 S, R,
Their crime is in voting to were passed: An act to provide for pertinent cartoons and the essay is a lie nanlos the following witnesses to
pimoye his eontrnorns residence upol, and
two anti-Call men. It- matters a board of phosphate commissioners notable contribution of the literature cultivatiion f, said lam.d. viz
)w fraudulently their seats may and an inspector of phosphate and to of the farmers' political movement Jeremiah Johnson, J. M. Strewn, J. l,.
been obtained, it would neyer do define their duties and authority, to i which is attracting so much attention, i Flay D. Armstrong, o arco,
oura'ge independentism by un- grant the right to mine phosphates in The une Cosmopolitan containing the Alex. Lynch. Register.
g them and the men who voted the beds of the navigable waters of
o must be suppresseded" So the state of Florida upon certain con, prize essay may be obtained of any AD3IINMSTRATO1tS NOTICE.
he Metropolisi but thank God editions, apd to prohibit persons from newsdealer. (Price 25 cents, Cosmos AM rVe. ldermed tn,o te estate wi
are a few men in the legislature unlawfully mhiing the same. politan Publishing Company, Madison illease come forward and settle with the
re .unawed by power and un. An act to amend an act entitled 'an uare, New York.)neie toni; and stall parties ebnt
by gain." act to establish the manipipality of / sane within six monthly from date, or this
Jacksonville, provide for its governs notice will be plead in bar of their re-over.
ment and prescribe its jurisdiction NOTICE OF FINAL DISCIIARGE.L J. e.G PERRY3 AN,
4 RPetolutiot IX months from date I will present ny Admiuistrator
and powers. tinail accounts and vouchers as admin- Bronson, Fla., April 30, 1891.
popnty Alliapce passed tite fol- An act to abolish the corporations Istrator of the estate ot Muararet Barrow,
resolution Monday; of the towns of Tampa and North deaaeled, late of Levy county, to the lion, TI E ODELL
il Mn, day1 ton Friedman, Cuonty -iudge of Luvv
oyed, That it is the e se of Tampa, to provide a municipal gov' county, and ask to be discha d as such T IT
County Alliance, in view of the erpm nt for the city of Tampa and-to uadnmiilstrator, JOU 1., BARIuAV, TYPE W RITER .
increasing burdens of taxation, define the boundaries thereon; an act Brouson, ia Ma 21, 1 l strator.
ur Senator and Representative m .king appropriations for the East o o w wil h dell Wrt -
-lgiglarure be urged to oppose Florida seminary. Do you want to save from o ill ai Cthe i to"
rid every measure making apl Senate joint resolution No. 5-ac- 50 .c.ts oi ... oa r ,it tl,78 Chneateers. and Cs for the
nations of pphblic money for pur- peptjngthe appropriation and trusts stated ,atalogu, containing thu- Single Case Otenll, warranted to do
not actual v neeesaryi That we of the acts of congress entitled*an act ;trats and c riges co averitilr- better work than any machine miale.
posed to tiie levy of any tax for to credit aod pay to the several states tranifatured in th e United Statesryth It combines simplicity with dura-
ration purposes or tho support qf ad territories and the District of at. maiuf-,ctnurer.s' prices. 10,000 11'- ability, speedd, ease of operation, wears.
rean of imnmigri'tion, and favor Colpmbia sl1 the moneys collected lhstrationis. all lines represented, Cat, Ionger' without cost of repairs intan
peal of the act creating itld under, the direct tax levied by the act aloguoe mailed tree on application., on rtl e rcii pert.las no i rnli
I; Tlhat we are opposed, to the of congress approved August 5, 1861, Add i ssot -eubstointielnickhel plated. Iportisct ic
prntiiun of any moneys for the in full satisfaction of t.he claims of the CHi too GEKoEAL SU'rY. Co. ,rapted to all kinis of type writinii.
me of milking a display at the state of nlorid0, and to authorize the No, 178 V t Van urcn St., Like a pritd to calling preis it roduce
's fair at Chicago; That we res governor to pay claimants under ago, Ill, sharp, lean, legible i)aniuscrilts.
hig railroad commission a useless said act"--,was read the second time Salairv per eck : Wanted-. Two to ten copies can be at(le at one
i upon the people and believe placed with the orders of the day for goo$d 0 agents to sell ouer tn wiriing, An" intelligent person cain
ild be abolished, and ask our its third reading. era. lire of nirclhauiisce. No r.- b"collie a g.oo operator in two dat s w
pntaiivps to vote for its repeal; diing. Above salary will be paid ito Q or $000 tl ipeao
hie present Board of Health bill ghiefland phips, "live" agents. For further intforna- an ,lil tl work o' the Duble
herepealedor so amended that May 16on a 1891 t'ess C( t S Iulhiable Agents and SahIumn
dens uld not fall on a fwy 16, 1891. CCA GNA PLYCO.,
-es u the state as is now th case. Correspondence Times.-Democrat. No. 17 West rai B ur'en St.. wanted, Spottial indneoents to dea]-

olved, That a copy of these re- The drouth continues, and oat crops hicag For Patn jilt giving Indorsements.
ins be Iurnised" lessra. Coulter are thought to beshortin consequence. 82..SrI....... &cb., ,Idri .-,ssi a ,
3litch, aud be publihbcd i the J-ealth of our neighborhood good. Ode. ll ,Type Witer C .,
"Heat h ofIour neighborhood good. e i.ni.,S irv.aiyiio -.A.y
er. Mr. G. A. Boyd, of Otter Creek, W W.rn.h 6whn. tt,.. '!n id' n,, ,.,. Rookery Bniilrlng, Chiuango, Ill.
your hiars m,,rni*t. or Cr 3'oiirie itsrile inBst. 'n ri. ir, n
e. r> -' 1 .e ,s, o spent last Sabbath in tow n. ,,tllr,,lyini ,tvml ,il ,ol,,.K /,oli-' ,,. +t ,'r,-. -.
Neraf Prso spent last Sabbath in town. ir.i nia5ti t qpw, Pay up your back dues at thilsofkce
ose troubled with ir rvousness resulting -We are pleased to welcome among pyta-dtchyi.uFKK. iwlxRotpr5(| iMn. Fu i il ft year in advance, and get a
rors.Jeorniubereilevedbytakig us Miss Madge Ice, who will take s..tf.on ta l nRUEK t 0 .. t'*Al vear's subscription to The Rural Cal
a$ldr en wrn charge of the Hardee school Monday Read the TIMES DEMOCRAT, without adilitiuonal charge.

Ti K- i oer. Improved


TInese inisti-.lents possess
all tnodern improvements, and
have no superior. They are
warranted for five years.
The celebratdJ Kelinier Pi-
ano and Organ works are the
largest in Pennsylvania, anil
the many instruments sell
t10tilv testify' to their' worth,
For- prices address
S. BACI T11AN, Agt.,
Dronson, Fla,


Shart Line

To alll points iin Slritb, It idle aiid WV st Fhlrian, Molale, New OrIt an antd the
Southwest, Direct connections to ail points Norlhwiivest d Nordtioart,
Time Card in Eflict February 12, 1891,
South. North. No. l) No. l Western Div'nI.' No, 9 No, 1
No. 3 No. 7 Southern Div'n. No. S No. 4 7 o1p 7 380a Iv Jaxville ar 9 l5p I0O)p
6 10p 1- 10a lv Fornandimui ar 2 55p 9 4 oa h9 15a 8 8ia lv lBldwinI lv 28011Op
8 401 1i\a v Cahrhain i ar 1 45. 7 "a 4 05a 1 1Npi ar INlouticcllo Iv a 59p .....
9 3p ia Iv Jxvill. r 1 p 6 I 5 5 ,a 2 31) ar Tallahassee lv 2 10p 3 00&
9351 11 5a I Ja xville ar 1I5a 5 15 5a 31ta.r QuiMmy lv1258p 120a
10, 12 10p i Ilnaldin h 10a540 a 845a 15 319p n i lv 12 ip12a
11 A7 1 1'.palr hSIarka lv1146a .2a 10 tt 4t),G ar RiverJune lv I21Op l,011
12 54a 22 l ar Hawthorne lv 10- la 2 35a 7 30ip 10 p atr Pensancla lv 1 l0a 6 30a
1 30a 5 'p ar Citra lv 10 15a 1 5Sa ..... 2 2-a ar MoileI lv 7 5ap ......
2 831p ar Silver Sp'gs lv 5-45a ...* 7 00 ar N. Orleans lv 8 30p .....
221a S 44p ar Ocala v 9Sa 10Sa ...... 5i 0a ar Montroni'ry ar 73p ......
7 (ap a'- Hoomosassa lv 7 00a, ...... 2 27a ar Louisville Iv 12 I, .....
4 35a 5 3p ar Lcesbirg Iv 7 .la 1 34p ...... ( d2,t ar' 'Gincinnati ly 7.)p .a....
5 25a 5 401) ar Tavares lv. 7 0a f 5 pj. 7 25 ar St I,tii-i ly "I itp)
8 59a 7 Olp ar Apopka lv 0 67a L'p ...... 11 30i ar Chicaig lv p .....
9 45a 7 86par Orlanudo lv 6 05a G 0ip
3 40a 4 41p lv Wildwood hIv S 3,a 1 i 4p. Monticello & Thomasville Linitted,
5 Ira 6 07p ar Inde (ity Iv 6 5a 9 .15p No, 5 NO. 6
6 25a 7 '8p ar Plant City Iv 557at 8851 ..... 7 (ia lv ,laxvil nr a hip .,,
74Sa 840par Tampa Iv .50 a 7 Op t .. .... 11a 4ar Monticello lv ?59p ......
...... 1 43p ar aldo lv 11 23t ..... .. ISa ar Tine nasville Iv 3 04p ......
.... 2 31p ar Gainesvillo I v to 0(ta ... ..8.... o at M1 ontgtncerv Iv 7 OIcaN ..:..
..... 6 2up a Cedar Key IV 6 30Sa ...... 111p ar Birningih'm lv 32 a .....
Nos. 7 l,3 a .. I ....... 5 55a ar Nashville lv. s 85p ......
Nos. 7 and 8 daily;.3 and 4 daly. ...... 12 p ar Louisyill Iv" 2 ,op.....
...... 4 o,p ar a nin n:rn ti lv 11 ooa......
Fernandina and Cum berland Route. ...... 51a St Lou ls 1717 1a .... ,
No.6 No. 60 For Brunswick. No. 5 No, ll Sntwanneo lRver Itouta, -,
4 15p 930a lv Jaxvillo ar i- 5a 2 i)p N. o. .
5 50p 11 05a ar l*Ferandina lv I 12 .p o. 9 No. 1 Yo. 2 N. 10
...... 500p ar Brunswick Iv ..'. 8a ...... 7 Oa lv Jaxville ar 9 151) ......
..... 73 lv Baldwin lv 8 2p) ......
All dtlly except Sunday. Dilvy steam- ..... 9s-,l v Lakeity lv (i53) ......
ers between Fernandina and Bruniswck ... In 5la a ar ,1asver lv 7 oq)
Northwest. Sunday trains leaye Jaclsonr- ... 5 32p ar INaeon 1 l1i -o ...*.
Ville 8:10 a m. ...... 9 lop ir Atlanta lv 60 .....
Nos. 1, 2, 6, 6, 9, lo, daily: 1, a, I'Pufflutna
cars to New (Orleans: 9, sleeptcr to Macor;
.5, 6, sleeper to Ciucinuati.

Ticket office 86 W. Bay St., Cor, IHogan.
N. S. IPE NJNIG''O0N, Traffic i In.!cr,

Iepot foot of Hogan street, Jacksonville,
A. 0. .AcD)ONNELL, Gen, ]'lss, Agent,

J. P. Reddick, J. L. Willig,



If you %ant a farm, Orange Groves, Phosphate or timbered
Lands, Call on or address us at the above point.

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(PS'c! l AseiA, Pole Root A d 1 0e t.-i.d'
B^P^*a^~ieBCWS^^ 3s itC^

Physicians endorsoP, P. P. as a splin-
dld combination, alnd prescribe it with
great satisfaction far tiq cure" of al|
forms and stages of Primary. Secondary,
vnd Tertiary $yphili,. Syphilitic ilnqu-
Satisin, Scrof.lonus UM ers and Sore!;,
alangllar Swellings, l iheuna'..,,. 1: i
asy Complaints, old Chronic 'iIr.. ,--

haveresisted alltreatment, Catarxh, Siin
Diseases, Eczema, ChCron.o ln-lo
Complaints, Mercurial l'olson, Tetter,
Scaldhead, etc., etc.
P. P. P. is a powvernl tonic and an
excellent appitizer, building up the
fsteemn rapidly. If you are ea'w anud
feeyle, and feel Lbdly tiy. P. P. P., and

'e iil.regnin 5th -i 10vg4'
0- sPte ineuG 'iieare es-nliby,
L, ac uo f P. P. P.

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Send to us for a copy of the Rural | The Rural Call free to those who
Call. The great literary and family I pay up old dues and one year in ad,
monthly, I vance,


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''There are five changes of the moon
this month.
SMrs. A. Mahoney, of Fernan'
dina, is visiting her mother Mrs. W.
S. Richardson.
The bill repealing the railroad com-
mission passed the house Monday by
Ch ircoh Directoryy. a vote of 35 to 15,
Messrs. Stanley and Kempton from
aMothodinstchurclP--lI V. S. he h l the HIammock, report tobacco looking
Sundav/jin eEaacb moith, at 11 a. ni; fine, though rain is needed.
and 7 ph Ii. -/
anbbath school over S.unday at 3 The majority continues to stand firm
p. m ; Dr. J. M. Jackson, Sr., super- for Call. The eightieth ballot was-
intendent. Call 51, Mays 42, Bloxham 2.

Baptist chiiurch-lhvi. Robt. Keith,
pastor. Preacliig hie tliird Sun-
day in each month, at 10:30 a, rn. and
7 p. m.
Sabbath school every SuInday at
9:30 a. in. ; O. ,L. 8 iarnIr, Ssiut,
Evangelical chinrchl--D,, S, Bean,
pastor, preaches every tey.anid 1and
fourth Sunday in every mouth, at 11
ia.m. and 7 p. inm.
Sabbath school every Sundmay at 10
fa. m.; l)r. S. Beau, suiperiiuteud:en t.
Secret Societies.
BIronson Lodge No. 7, F. & A. M..
holds its regular conininnications on
l- first Mondy in each month. Vi;s-
itiug brothers invited to atteunf,
C. A, lAsoX, SeIV

VWlpther theref're yeeat, or drink,
or whatsoever ye do, do all to the
glory of God.-1 Cor. x;31.
May 21.
Dr. Chapman, of Gainesville, was
S in town last week,
J. G. Cooper, Esq., of Jacksonville,
wvas in town Tuesday.
There will be a picnic at Archer on,
next Thursday, the 28.
Mr. Torm' Brooks, the phosphate
prince, was in town Monday.
Mr. M. A. Beck, of Elizey, called
XIonday and renewed his subscription.
Parasiticide cures itch in 30 inun'
rates. Price 50c. Sold by J, B, Coarsey.
Wesley Smith and bride of Madison,
are visiting their father Mr. Henry
S Ir. H. F. Spence of Levyville was
- in town Saturday, and called to renew
Shi subscription.
S Mr. Jereliollis, Macon Ga., says.-
I would not be without Bradycr)tine
ior the pore of headache, for ten times
ite coat.
Messrs. John F. Jackson and Will
ffackson, the boss drummers of Flor-
ida, and rampant antis, left Monday
on a business tour.
President C. D. Parkerson, of the
Ellzey Alliance, and Mr. Isaac Mun-
d1en, both strong Call men, called and
renewed their subscriptions Monday.
Mrs. J. V. Burke has contributed
to the next census a bouncing nine
pound boy. ireisi a regular phos-
haIter.-Ocala Banner," [We tender
The Alliance meeting Monday was
wery enthusiastic and will be produc-
tive of much good. About thirty-five
delegates were present, and the utmost
harmony prevailed.
Section Master Jones is filing it
difficult to Huppjly the passing trains
with water, owing to the dry weather,
The tank well has gone dry, and a
ditch has been made to the pond, The
water is lower than was erer known
i" times past.
-We understand that Mr. Win. Watt
has been appointed correspondent for
Levy county to the Florida School
Journal. As the best school teacher
in each county is appointed to this
position, it is quite a compliment to
our old friend.
There will be a picnic' at Judson
Sto-morrow, but Mr, R. b. Tucker, the
postmaster at that place, informs us
that their regular annual Sunday
school picnic will not come off until
some tiune in June. -Ye editor will
endeavor to, be oi hand,
Messrs. S. L. flarde. and C. D,
Colson came ia Saturday. and sub
scribed for the T,-D,,- statjig that
"they had been living here long aeiough
to take their county paper. The tew
men in the county Who do not take
our paper ought, We give two papers
for ope,
Mr. S. S. Harvey, President of tlhe
Alliance Exchange, attended the
meeting of the County Alliance here
Mioniay. Mr. Harvey is a pleasalit
gentleman, and we trust he went away
pleased with Bronson, and with the
progress the farmers of our county are

"A stitch in time saves nine," and
if you take Hood's Sarsaparilla now it
may save months of future possible
Contractor Stewart begun work
Tuesday oni the printing office builds
ing and Masonic hail, and it will be
rapidly pushed to completion?
Jacksonville hal a 8500,000 fire
Monday night. The Mohawk block
in which ti'e postoffice was located and
the best port of the city was destroyed.
Graham the'jeweler has received a
large stock of violins, banjos, accor-
decns, and other musical instruments,
and now is the time to make a pur-
Mr. Boothby lost one of his horses
last Friday. ,"Cap." Sutton was out
hunting on the Waccassa and having
dismounted to shoot a deer, the horse
took French leave. It has notreturned.
A another excursion will be given up
the Suwannee River from Cedar Key
on Tuesday, -June 2d, the fare being
$1. Refreshments will be served on
board steamer, and all are invited to
bring their baskets along.
Florida's climate and soil are un-
surpassed, and the only thing needed
to bring immigration is low taxes.
Abolish the bureau of immigration
and the railroad commission and about
$20,000 will be saved to the taxpayers
annually. Reduce the taxes.
Messrs S. Quincy and H. O, Drum-
moud, who were in town Monday, are
enthusiastic anti-Call men, but we
talked with over twenty-fiye Alliance
men on that day, and positively the
above gentlemen were the only citizens
of the county who expressed them
selves to us as opposed to Call'selection.
Miss Ice returned last week from a
very' pleasant visit to Gainesville, the
guest ot Miss Toomirc. She left Sat,
urday for ( 1i. i i::.1, where her sum-
mer school opened Monday. We
commend Miss Ice to the good people
Pf that neighborhood, and congratulate
them upon securing her services in
their school.
At the last meeting of Liberty Al-
liance a number of delegates from
neighboring Alliances were present
and it was decided to give a big picnic
at IHardie's camp ground on the first
day of July. Tom Sawyer and other
prominent speakers are expected to be
present and a good time is promised
all who attend.
A grand Alliance jubilee and picnic
will be held in Bronson on Monday,
August 17th. Mr. S. S. Haryey has
promised the Alliance to be present
on the occasion, and State President
Rogers, Lecturer Tom Sawyer, and
A. S. Mann wjll be invited. The oc-'
casion will be one to look forward to
with a great deal of interest.
Forch Wanye, who is putting Mr.
J. .. Gornteis new mill at Williston
7;n IImil;[inhZ .ipe, was in town Satur,
day. BE, v".',kini, all of last Friday
rnizl.t tl.y were enabled to grind corn
Satui-d ay, and the mill will be sawing
lumber in ten days. Mr. Wayne says
the road from Archer to Stafford's
Pond is to be completed within sixty
days, and that besides the 100 hands
already at work, 100 South Carolina
darkies have been placed on the lne,
and the dirt is flying in a lively style,
This road runs through a rich section,
and that portion of Lavy county will
build up rapidly.
We give with one year's subscrip-
tion to the TIMIS-DIeMOCRAT your
choice of the following publications
for the price set opposite;
Rtural Call amd TIMES-DEiioCRAT... $1.00
Hom e M afaz.ine ..... ................. 1.' 5
Juldge'a Librn ry .... ......... ....... 1.5.
Demorest's Famiily Maa'azine........ ,'
ic'ke ns' Complete works ............. 1.ia
MammoiUth Cyclopa'dia ............... 1.50

SThe Tilmes-Democrat three months
for onlxy 25 cents,

The Archer M. E. C'hurchi.
Wednesday, the 13th inst., being
the day appointed for the laving of
'the corner stone of the new M. E
church of Archer, ye editor, accora-
panied by a number of Bronson's
most charming young ladies, went
down to witness the ceremony, and to
take dots and other things likely to
prove of future use.
Arrived at Archer, which is one ot
the prettiest towns on this line of road,
we repaired at once to the beautiful
residence of Mr. W. A. Geiger, whose
doors were thrown open in welcome by
his good wife, so widely known for her
deeds of charity and liberaiity ii the
support of the gospel. Here tne time
passed pleasantly, and at 11 o'clock
the company of visitors and citizens
who had assembled adjourned to the
church, close by, to witness the laying
of the corner stone of the first M. E.
church building ever erected in Ar-
Rev. J. C. Ley, Pesiding Elder,
conducted the services, and made an
interesting address, the service first
being opened with music by the choir
and prayer by Rev. Smith, the Pres-
byterian minister.
Among the articles to be deposited
in the corner stone was a list of the
members and officers of the church,
and another list containing the names
of those who had coutriouted toward
the building of the church. Here
Rev. W. S. Richardson, the pastor,
suggested that there might be some in
the audience who would like their
names on this roll, and about $75 ad-
ditional were contributed in a few
minutes. The congregation then gath-
ered around the corner stone, and the
deposits were made therein.
After the service those present by in-
vitation returned to Mr. Geiger's resi.
dence where, under the large majestic
oaks was soon spread a splendid picnic
dinner, the gift of the good people of
Archer, for whom we shall evermore
have the most tender regard. Ye editor
attacked the viands with a hearty
good will, and his only regret to this
day is that his capacity to hold was
utterly exhausted before he had fairly
begun to sample the good things so
temptingly- invit'ng the people LO
come and eat them. But why dwell?
After dinner a quilt that had been
worked by the ladies of Archer, cons
training several hundred names was
sold to the highest bidder and b htli
by Mrs. Geiger tor, we think, $16.50.
in the afternoon the church met in
regular, conference, and the' visitors
went their various ways, convinced
that a good time is assured when they
go to Archer,
The new church will soon be com-
pleted, and it will'be a credit to the
town. Nothing has be n bought on
credit and everything is paid for, and
Rey. W, S. Richardson and the church
membership, together with the citizens
and others who have labored so zeal.
ously and unselfishly in the building
of this house for the worship of the
most high God, deserve much praise.
Ye TiMESs-DEMOCRAT man intends
visiting Archer again,

Mr. H. L. Morris, ot Timmonsviile,

ake s the

Ws eak strong
The marked benefit which people in run
down or weakened state of health derive
from Hood's Sarsaparilla, conclusively proves
the claim that this medicine "makes the weak
strong." 'It does not act like a stimulant,
imparting fictitious strength from which there
must follow a reaction of greater weakness
than before, but In the niost natural way
Hood's Sarsaparilla overcomes that tired feel-
ing, creates an appetite, pnrlfles the blood,
and, in short,,. gives great bodily, nerve,
mental.and digestive strength.
Fagged Out
"Last spring I was completely fagged out.
My strength lefttme and I felt sick and mis-
erasle all the time, so that I could hardly
attend to my business. I took one bottle of
Hood's Sarsaparilla, and it cured me. There
is nothing like it." R. C. BEGoLE, Editor
Enterprise, Belleville, Mkich.
"I derived very much benefit from Hood's
Sarsaparilla, which I took for general debility.
It built me right rp, and gave me an excel-
lent appetite." ED. JExiKiXS, Mt. Savage, Md,
N. B. If you decide to take Hood's Sarsa,
parilla do not be induced to buy anything else
instead. Insist upon having

Sarsapari ma
Boldbyalldraggfists. Igl; sixfor,5. Prepared only
by C. L HOOD & CO.,Apothecaries, Lowell, Mass.
100 Doses One Dollar

Land Office at Gainesville,.-Fla.,
May 4. 1891.
Notice is hereby given that the follow-
lngnamed settler has fied notice of his in-
tention to makc final proof in support of
his claim, and that said proof will be made
before Clerk Circuit Court at Bronson,
Fla., on Saturday, June 27. 1891, viz:
MARY BRISCO, Widow of David
Brisco, deceased, of Archlier, Fla.,
H. 14260 for the Wt / of NWX Sec. 12 T.
it S.R. 17 E.
He names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon, and
cultivation of, saidland, viz:
Richmond McKinney, Nathan Rauls,
Irvin Johnson, Morris Jackson, of Archer,
Fla. -
Alex. Lynch, Register.
May 4, 1891.
Notice is hereby given thht the following
nained.settler has filed noti-'e of his inten-
tion to inake final proof in support of his
claim, and tbat said proof will ae made
before Register and Receiver at Gaines-
ville,'Flo., on Saturday, June 27, 1891, Vxz:
of Albion, Fla.,
II.'E. 6S05 for the NW,4 of NEY, NY of
NW', and SE% of NW, Sec. 2 T. 12 S. It.
17 E .
He names the following witnesses to
prove hris continuous residence upon, and
. .i .: .- id land, viz:.
,.. Go U:>, J, n. But1
ler, C. A. Hanson, of Albion, Fia.
In Ci'cuit Conrt, 5th Judicial Circuit
of Florida, Levy County.
George WV. MIaxwell}
vs. Divorce.
Isalbella Maxwell. )
TUE proof having been filed in my of-
flee that the residence of the said Isa-
bella Maxwell is unknown and thatVshe is
over the age of twonty-one ycars.
it is ordered that tlhe said Isabella Max-
well do appear, plead, answer or demur to
the complainant's bill ot complaint filed in
this cause, on or before monday, the Stih
day of June, A, D. 1s91, or the" said bill
will be taken as confessed and a decree pro
confesso entered up against, her.
It is further ordered that this order be
published tor four consecutive weeks in
the 1Levy Times-Democrat, a newspaper
published in Bronson, Levy county, Fla,
[.Sea!.] Clerk Ci-cnit Court.
H. B. Coultcr, Comnpls. Sol'tr.
Bronson, Fla,, May 7, ,J)l.
A LL persons having. .L estate of J. C. .I, late of Levy
county, deceased,. will irnesent them to the
,'i,!r'!e'"'t ,,lulyv authenticated within the
:hi,- I' '. l law; and all persons

SIlimIusieu'u T-o Sniln estate wil please (onlo
S. C., arrived yesterday on the steam'- forward anud settle it, oce.
er Iroquois with 100 men to work on Swff EOf BIGitrato
Sheriff and Ex-Officlo Administrator.
the new railroad from Archer to Bronson, Fla., May 14, t9o. Gim.
Dunnellon via Williston.: Mr, Morris
will be followed by his son with 700E 100 to thIse who arc not
more men on the next trips of the afraid to. a Go{d Psfcin?
Iroquois, Algonquin and Cherokee. wor k. o siOh r A Gedo alt s
is road, Mr. Morris info uods sell on si is iht! msedby Aallbus-
This road, Mr. Morris informs us, is iess mnenf A(fdress

to be pushed right through to com-
pletion. They left last night via the
Florida Central and Peninsular rail-
road for Archer, Fla, This road will
run through the center of the finest
phosphate district in the state, and
when completed will develop one of
1l;e best sections of country in Florida.
-Jacksonville Standard.

-Parties Wanting to Purchase
The Best Automatic Grazing Muz-
zle, can be supplied at the Alliance
Store at Bronson, Fla., by Applying
to Mr. Cox, manager, at prices within
the reach of all. With this muzzleon,
your horse or cow can be turned into
your orchards and groves, and while
they can eat the grass and weeds on
the ground as well as it they had on
no muzzle, they cannot bite or injure
the trees. For weaning calyes and
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and save five times the cost in one sea-

Many Persons
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caeLs Brown's I ron Bitter's
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The Egyptians and Romand undoubt-
edly preferred thie left hand for ring pur-
poses, while Cecsar, Livy and Tacitus all
s eem to insist that the Gauls and Britons
wore their rings on the right hand. In
any case, it seems to have been tacitly
agreed that the third finger was the place
f of honor.
The Hebrew rings worn in those good
plO days were very ornate and beautiful.
Quite a number of them have been pre-
served, and they put the art of the mod-
ern jeweler entirely to thp blush. The
most beautiful were the pledges of be-
thrpthal or wedding gifts. The ceremo-
nies il oonmy'ctioa with these rigs seem
to be foreshadowed in the redemption
process specified in Ruth iv, 7. The
workmanship of these Hebrew bethrothal
rings grew still more elaborate in the
Middle Ages, when, towers and minarets
of gold were Inost exquisitely built up
on the hoop. The Jewish brde of this
era wore the wedding ring on the first
finger, but in later days shifted it for
tonveuience to the third.
The old style "gommel"' or "gemipon"
ring (evidently asp9ciated with the French
jum.nall tumelle, unconummnon, meaning
"twin") is not at all an object in pol-
lections of antique rings.
The moetuing of the indivisible links is
self evident, Usually at the marriage of
the parties the links were severed, each
party wearing one of the rings, George
IV gave a gemmel ring to .Mrs. Fitz-
herbert. The toad4tone ring was another
quaint mediioval conception. It was an
outcome of superstition and died when
superstition died. The idea of the pad-
stone ring was to prevent mqtherms and
small children from the evil influences of
the fairies. The smallest wedding ring
ever fashioned was that used ai 1the mar-
riage of Mary, the infant daughter of
Henry VIII of Efigland, to the pauphin
of France, son of Franciia Thmo marriage
was performed by Cardinals WoYI.ymund
Campeggio, the bi-degroom biing 8
months old and the bride 1 year and 10
months old.---Boston Globe.
The Why of It.
When some onue bragged that only one
public execution had taken place in
Turkey in five years, an Englishmamn in-
vestigtrted and discovered thgt no culprit
who could raise $100 to bribe officials had
suffered death during the last twenty
y-ars. There is always a good roasou for
anything that happens in Turkey.-De-
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New iprlk is ahead of a!l tho other
cities it, itidvidual riches r-u:mring up
into seven or moro figures are mean-t. It
is said that New York has over 1,000 I
millionaires, while London has COO, Paris
500; Berlin -i. anId .Vienna 100,

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Bints 4re Itegarded Differently lNor
Th-u Formncrly-Worn Not So Much for
Ornamen, as fol Their Intrinsic Valne. .bhe Greatest Medicinal Discovery
Some Famous Riugs In IHistory. of the Age.
Looking at the exhibition of modern NO Disease of the
finger rings, the old timer is forcibly Blood can Withstand
struck by the fact that, whereas i the its powerful' cleans-
good old dayss the decorative art and de- ing qualities.
sign were almost wholly expended on GETLmm, r In the spring of 1s I contracted a
the gold band itself, modern jewelers severe ase of lo Posorand for more than
yearit stuck to me closerathan brother. I1hum
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bility in rings, watches 4nd valuablk COLUMIUS, GA.
presents. & OR SAlXa BY A, I GGISTR S.
Actors and actresses on their, travel.
are seldom seen without a dia iiairl pin, -. : .C I E1 LAI'S
broach, Iecbliace or sclitaire ring, be- ey 1- -i i tn
canus3 theo arncles rep-:eent acondensa- .n .intient.
tion of i.-.n,:y iu small balk and undo- A certain curefor Chronic Sore Eyes,
preciable form. The finest workman, Totter, Salt Rheum, Scald Heard, Old
ship on the gold itself goes for nothing. Chronic Sores, Fever. Sores, Eczema,
It is simply "old gold"-sold by weight. Itch, Prairie Scratches, Sore Nipples
It was very different in "the days of ad Pl It is-cooling and toothing.
old," though there were inrity of pro- Hundreds of cases have been cdueod by
cious stones available if they had been t after ll other tre tment had failed,
needed. The Pharaohs and their states- itafter an other treatment had failed,
pen, the princesses of Egypt and their f- 25 and 50 ient boxes for sale by
vored attendants, undoubtedly wore J. L. Jackson & Son, Bronson, and
rings, for quite a number of mummies V. C. A dro.' s. Archer.
have been found with a dozen finger
rings liberally distributed on the eight
fingers, besides tip. indispensable thumb
rings, For it is I singular fact that for es.,, s "S
hundreds of years after the Christian
era the custom still prevailed of wearing
the wedding ring and the masculine
token of wealth and power on the thumb.
EGYPTIAN RINGS. To cure Biliousness, Sick IIerdAche, Consti
Tho ring is so frequently alluded to in nation, Malaria, Liver Compitaints.take
the Old Testament as to make it plain tho safe and certain remd
that the greatest importance attached to e
it, ev o p l i n th e p a s to ra l a g o. In G e n :l
Sii, it is stated tati; "Pharaoh took i"E
off his ring from his hand and put it
on Joseph's hand," as a signal mark of
favor. In Esth. iii, 10, mention is made rsCe tie m ,,C (fitiuthloRennstotle
of King Ahasuerns.taking his ring frpm boutt. n-y AI: _rn TON cTiNvIaZI
his hand and giving it to IHaman, an4 PrceJi :t-3 gze ._Cler BoetIe,
the context shows that certain'written '.* .* *'.'*, "7 (at m e"'vTn U
documents were "sealed with the king's . 1L srz..
ring," .' "7' .2 1- 'i s M0,
The old time rings were made of all .. -'-
sorts of material, Pliny mentions that
iron rings were commonly worn by e- t s/,n
trothed persons. It seems tolerably cer- y f _
tain that rings of gold and silver were
worn only by kings, princes and nobles,
while loss expensive circlets of brass,
ivory, irou and porcelain or glass were
worn by the average citizen.
The oldest gold Egyptian finger ring
actually preserved belonged to Amu-
noph III, who reigned over Egypt four- 'i4 Tt
teen centuries before Christ was born.
Rings of the date of O-.irt.'-,n and Thoth- '
mos III, who ,'ere contemporaries ofh .:v0DWDR
Joseph and Moses, have been found, but WWOMM OM$ JEV
they are of common material and doubt- -C _-OU 53SUARo N. s
fnl authenticity,. The scarabaeus, a beetle auw OR SAL.t BY
which formed the Egyptian token of im-
mortality (from being a sexual) is a com- ,- ...
mon emblem in Egyptian finger rings, -".'- .". "
and one of Poe's most extravagant "tales ,,^'.4 ....,>.-''
of mystery, imagination and humor" has .. '
well established foundation, so far as / t .. ... ,.
the scarabaeus ring is concerned. It -_ "... ,.,,i
seems to be- olerably certain that Egyp- ', ... ....
tian women woro as many rings as they ixxite A. o., Kox ses I',l a
pQl, prowd on. their fingers.