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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: June 4, 1891
Frequency: weekly
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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
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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).
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THE


LEVY


TIMES- DEMOCRAT


DEV. OTED TO TI-3:E ITTEIR-STS O:P I-EVY COTITT-.

$1.00 Per Annum. BONSON, FLOTIDA,' TUESDAY, ,JUNE 4, 1891. VOL. IX. NO 26.
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TlieTiinesIDam'cfat.

PUBLIC GUIDE.,

County .Tudge-iteFrIedmann.
Clerk circuit (cmirt-j. 'St.IlarcO.
Sherltl-WV. It. TBingham.-
Cotleetor-W. 11. Andersn.
Assessor-r-F. .7Prlivatt.
Treatsurer-Tr NWsimids.-
8 upt. of 'hosSPtlis
STATP. OFFICEIIS.
nC Sate-olti L.Craw%'ord,
Attorney fGeneral-W. 1B. Lamar Moutl',
Treasurer-F. .7. Pons, Saildersont.
Coiuntisr'otter of Lands-L. 13. "Womti,-
'Comptrollor-',%'. 1). Barites. Tilha ltas,-;.
Adju~ii.Gcii~i-t~a i-Lang, Ccrlar
Key.
ISit pt. of lti IlIIic 'Instrruction-=A. J. RItis-
Supremp Coutiu- A. r. 310 xweI, C0101-4
Jistice; (Vie-" P. ltanpe'. 11. .-*'Iimieh~ll

J. FIniev. 4 t~va.-' m~ a;"ite's Attorniey.
W. L. Wi'r.gPai'd~
UximED STATES LAND OFFICE.

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sala18c.e.

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C TVl AN.. FIL.PDE"3,
Attorney-at-Law,
GAUNTESVILLE, -FLORIDA.
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periodical for f I f : 'jiCr friend". It
IF a splendid mnh.ioal.n' eevotpd tn tnhe
larm and IArwTitr. The subsiorintion
price ia one'dollar per year,,hut don't
furgetthat we send it to V FREF. !


FARM AND IIOUSEHOLD


FARMERS' ALLIANCE DIRECT
T- ORY.

LEVY COUNTY ALLuANCE.
President-C. W. McEIrov, Julson
Secretary-J. Cox, Bronson.
t- i-ALLTA,'ES.
BPronson-D. U. Marstollar, presi
dent; J. M. Barco, secretary.
Blitch1-W. I-. I. Blitch. president
N. BPluunimme, secretary.
Cow" Pen Seat-C. D. Craig, press.
Ellzey-C. D. Parkenson, pres.
Isliam Thornton, sec.
rn I-Sink-Louis Appel, pres.; J
T.. Barrow, sec.
Johnson-W. ,JI. Stephens, pres.
L. E. Johnsoi, sec.
Liberty-J. L. Ctur y, press ; Win-
Watts, see.
Orange Hill-Ifon. N. A. Blitchi,
pres.; Geo. W. Willis,-sec.
Phine Level-J. 'T. Allen, press. ; J.
W. Duritr'ce; se, -
Sflivcr'.iIh-.I. M. Love, pres.; G.
W. Fletcher, sec..
Rocky hamminiock-S. 11., Worthing-
ton, pres. ; W. G. liiudson, sac.
l'rivilege-.Io-. Pl',animier, pres.; L.
lryva-n, seR.e"
Shell.,Ponid-
Tii'>'ii-l-I;nc H11. .Swindal, press ;
C. C. Sn inilul, sec.:
\V';i. Key-.Tohii B. Smith; press ;
J. II. Davier "se'.


,JAM.ES M. BARCO, EDITOR.

Another lrai!.
Yes, another wail of Shylock comes
up from the Board of Trade at Jack-
sonville to Governor Fleming to with-
hold his signature from the "usury
'-ItanJard. of the 10oth.
'F ir" than thirty' days the influ-
ence of the "money power" has be-
lengured the State capital and made
the most dastanidly approaches upon
the legislature, from which it has re-
ceived a witlhering rebuke.
This same power now tac',les the
chief executive of the State, calls on
him to throttle the voice of the people
crying oit to their representatives for
help, and denounces their efforts for
relief fr om oppression's hand as
"vicious and detrimental to the pros-
perity of theState."
For more than a quarter of a cen-
tury the Slate of Flurida has been
without a UEury law, and during this
period we have seen the lowns and
cities, the many centers build up and
become rich, and.we have witnessed
upon the other hand the ru districts
become poorer-and poorer each suc,
feeding year. From a purely selfish
point of view it is quite natural that
this prosperous class should sound the
voice of alarni when .they find their
methods interfered with and see their
harvest fields passing from their
grasp.
We would remind these city gen-
tlemen called a Board of Trade that
there are some people in Florida that
do not lead-a city life, but live in the
country and "earn their bread by the
sweat of their brow," whose interests
are also in the hands of the governor.
From a sense ot decency they do not
propose to interfere with the governor
in exercise of his official duties, but
prefer tod leave him tree and untram-
melled, which the dignity of his high
office demanduds.
We would also impress upon our
hrields in th,!c or.al districts magnitude
if this. bold and vindictive advocate
of the enemy. Capturing the Board
of Trade, and being well entrenched
in the cities, the plutocrac3 are at-
tempting to dictiiae to the Governor
-of the entire people,- Whilst these
despicable method are hiein, 1prriniced
lhvyil the eneny, the p,,'.le cannot af'
ford to sleep iu falr~' security, -but
i..J;.e to'a full realization that "eter,
ui6 vigilaince is the price of liberty."
What's the matter with the Standard?
Does it nea, to go: hobnobbing with
the o"bucket shops" too?-.-Alliaite:.

Take the TImgS.DEsMOCUAT,


) The Cook Co. Signal (Gainesvill,
Texas) says, "the Alliance is sweep
ing the whole state of Texas, not onl
- in the country, but in the cities, town
and villages "

The Alliance Farmer, Atlanta, Ga
says, "there.is no denying the fact the
. a majority of the residents of our cities
and towns are arrayed against th
Alliance, and so lona as this state ,c
. affairs exists the farmers will be array
ed against the towns.

Thb ChickasawwMessenger (Okolon
Miss.) is greatly encouraged by' th
; evidences he saw of the harmony, zea
and determination pervading Allianc
ranks. The divisions among Allianc
men, so often heard in the partisia]
; press, are not patent to even a caretu
observer in Southwest Mississippi.

Free Speech (Hamburg, iowa) say;
"' with the farmers of the country unite(
to purify, government, from president
down to county, we may rely upon i-
being done. They will make somi
mistakes, but that is to be expected
everybody that does anything make
mistakes, bu-tthey are the ones thai
get there. They are already making
the cold chills run up the backs o
the boodlers, and the work is only be,
gun.

The Farmers' Mutual Benefit As
sociation Assemblies throughout Illi-
ftois.have hzen holding meetings re.
cently, and are bent on receiving
more money for the wheat crop of
1 91, They are callingon associations
throughout the country to 'pass reso
lutionssimilar to theirs, as follows;
*Resolved, That we combine and de,
mand no leas than $S. ab..btshel
tot- our-wheat crop of -1891.' They
expect to have frequent and numerous
meetings, and firmly declare they will
have this price for the wheat or itwill
never move.

Kentucky Farm (Shepherdsville,
Ky.) says, "in 1850 the agriculturists
of America owned over 70 per cent of
tl.e wealth; to-day they own 241 per
cent andI ay 81 per cent of every
dollar that is collected in taxes. No
wonder they are organizing and band,
ing together for the purpose of secur-
ing lie life of the republic and the
liberties of the people. :,he closing
year of thiscentury will witness the
miighitiest economic and industrial
resolution that history -will probably
be called upon to record, a revolution
that will attest the virtue, manhood,
patriotism and love of liberty of every
laborer of this country."

The Philadelphia Ledger says, "any
consideration given to the question of
presidential probabilities in 1892 would
be valueless which did not take into
serious account the Farmers' Alliance
movement. From a mere speck upon
the western political horizon' it has,
with wonderful rapidity, grown to be
a great cloud, which the astute politi-
cal leaders of both parties are watch.
ing with anxiety, not wholly unmixed
with alarm. Through the West and
through the South the movement has
advanced with remarkable celerity,
gaining enormous numerical force day
by day. Latterly it has found sup,
portersin both the middle and eastern
states, and legislation bearing the Al-
liance trade mark has been introduced
not only in congress, but in almoiest
every legislature, including that of
Pennsylvania.

. Just as sure as hot weather comes
there will be more or less nowel coim-
plaint li this vicinity. Every person
and especially families, ought to have
some reliable tuedicine at hand for in-
stant use in ease it is needed. A 25 or
50 ceit hottle of Ciaitimberlalin's Colic,
Cholera and D)iairhcea Reiiedy is just
\vliat you ought to have and al! that
you would needeven for the most
severe and dangerous cases. It is the
best, the most reliable and most sun-
(-ss'ful trieatiiciut kuowii aiid is p)loas-
ant lo take, For sale by J. M1, Jack-
son & Sou, Bronsoa; anti W,.C, An-
drew s, Archer,


', "FLORIDA LEGISLATURE.
S'TALLAHASSEE, Fla., May 23.--Th
y following bills passed the senate;
's Senate bill providing for laying out
repairing and keeping in condition
the roaus and bridges, and raising
it funds for same.
Senate bill establishing a criminal
e court of record for Volusia county.
f Senate bill for the protection of rfe'
f males of immature age and judgment
from licentiousness.
Senate bill to'encourage the propa'
a gation of sponges iii Florida waters
e and -gr-anting certain privileges.,tc
l1 Thomas A. Hine,- Ralph Muni' and
e Jeffersou B. Browne, and' to punish
e persons for infringing upon the same,
a' Senate bill-to enable the city. oi
l Tampa to-levy certain taxes, etc.
ISenate bill requiring railroad co6m
panies to publish lists containing a de,
s schption bf all stock killed by the
d engines.or cars of said companies, and
t providing penalties for violation of
t same.
e Senate bill requiring railroad com-
; panies to erect cattle guards and cross-
6 ings in certain cases.
t senate. joint -rtesolution praying
Florida's senators and representatives
fin congress to do all in their power to
secure such legislation as to make the
election of United States senators I1y
the people instead of, as at present, by
thI legislatures.
senate bill to protect depositors who
deposit money or other valuables in
banks, trust companies or other cor-
-porations which, propose tor receive
deposits. ,
$ Senate bill incorporptiug,P'B~ t
Flqrv Loan and Try.
billegaliding -
L- wo Oaklan1i. Oran.'e,
county.
Senate joint resolution requesting
congress to grant pensions to the sur-
vivors of the Seminole Indian wars of
-1835-40 and 1857-,58.
S-Senate bill incorporating the Ala-
bama, Florida and Mississippi railroad
company and granting certain laiids
tothe-saine.- ,
;, Prohibiting the sale of cigarette and
cigarette papers to persons under -18
years'of age.
IN THE HOUgE. -
The following bills were passed:
Senate bill to establish the- munici-
pality of Key West, etc.
House bill to regulate the inspection
and sale of beef.
MAY 25.-The following bills were
passed in the senate today;
Senate bill to amend an act incor-
porating the trustees of the Presbyte-
rian church of St. Augustine.
Senate bill legalizing the assess-
ments and levies of taxes for the years
1887.90 by the city of Jacksonville.
Senate bill extending the time for
the construction of the Alabama, Flor-
-ida and Atlantic railway.
IN THE HOUSE.
The following bills were passed;
House bill repealing an act provid-
ing for the appointment of county
boards of health, and to define their
powers.
House bill regulating the inspection
and sale of beef.
House bill amending the charter of
.the city of Orlando.
(Continued on page two.)

Electric Bitters.
This remedy is becoming so well
known and so popular as, to need no
special mention. All who have used
Electric Bitters sing the Same song of
praise.-A purer medicine does not
exist and it is guaranteedd to do
Iall that is claimed. ElectricBitters
a ill cure all diseases of the Liver and
Kidneys, will remove Pimples. Boils,
Salt Rhieiiium, and other atlections
caused by imputre blood.-Will drive
Malaria froni the system and'l event
as well as cure all Malarial fevers.
For cure of Ileadiache, C(onstipation
and IUdlihestioii try Elootric Bitters.
Entire Satisfaction Guaranteed or
money nrefuiided. Price 50cts and $1
per bottle at J. M, Jaoksou's Driug
store.

The Times-Democrat three months
for only 25 cents,


INFANCY TO OLD AGE,.
Nothing is more remarkable, than
the fact thpt a medicine, which is pow-
erful enough to cure the most horrible
form of blood poisoning can be given
with impunity to a little chill that is
ailing; and yet this is the record of
Swift's 'Specific (S. S. 8.) It is a germ
destioyer, a purifier, a great remedial
agent; it is powerful, and yet harttm
less, it is anmeiicine that contains no
mineral poisons;, all its results are
benificent; it is compounded from na-
ture's own laboratory, and works 'on
nature's lin"s to cure disease; it re-
.stores, revives and reinvigorates the
system, it may be used as a tonic by
the most delicate woman; it may be
given to build up the constitution of
a little child, or it may be employed'
to restore to health the unhappy vic-
tim of blood poisoning. In each case
it willvwork wonderful results.

To give heartfelt praise to noble
.actions is, in some measure, making
them our own.

1O W1 S THIS.
We- offer due Hit ndred Dollars re-
ward for any case of Catarrhl that
cannot-be cured bY taking Hall's Oa-
tairh Cure.
F~ J. CUENEY & CO., Props.,
'Toledo, 0. -
\V'Y,, lah? innlr-igncl, hai\- kinow-n
F. .1. Chlire v ii'or tie l.la 1.3 year, and
believe l i1m ii.r ticItlV lhoiorable in all
bul sii.rs.i trn'u,-aiti.'n.i, iind l aiciallr
al)!o' carri'111 ;out an obligations made
by their tli. -.
*WVA.lI.IN. KIN VN ,I M Rnv\.'N
,W & &T'at.-'L'x, \\holesale Drug-
gi.ls, Tledo, 0.
- 'lHal's Catna rh Cure ki taken inter-
nihally, acting directly upon the blood
aund. nucotMsi surfaces of the system.-


bottle. Sold by all (drugists.

They have an elephant at 'a Berlin
t(Germany) circus that plays the trom-
boune.

The follow %ing item, clipped from
the Ft.. Madison. (Iowa,) Demnocrat,
contains iulor..iallon well 'worth re-
meimbering: "Mr. John Roth of this
city, who met with an accident 'a fi'w
days ago spraining and bruising his
leg.and arm quite severely, was cured
by one 50 ceni bottle of' Chamberlain's
PaiuBa!m, This remedy is without
an equal for sprains and bruises and
should have a place in every house-
hold. For sale by J. M. Jackson,
Bronson; and WV. C. Andrews, Ar-
cher.

Thoroughbred dogs are said to be
less intelligible tiln mongrels.

Buckien's Arnica Salve.
The best salve in the world for cuts,
Bruisei4. Sorcs, Ulcers, Salt "Rhe in,
Fever Sores,r Tetter, Chapped HIands,
Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Erup-
tions, and positively cures Piles, or no
pay required. It is guarahteed to
give lierfect satisfaction, or money re-
tunded. Price 25 cents per box. For
sale by J. M, Jackson, & So. .

YOU ARE IN A BAD FIX
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~
discretion, which lead to Premature
Decay. Consumption or Insanity,
should send for and read the "Book of
Life," giving particulars of a Home
Cure. Seat (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,

Read the TIMES DEIOOCRAT,


of Burlingtion, Ohio, st,.testhat hlie had
been under the ,iare of two prominent
ply-;Ihinus, ind used their treatment
U41itil Ine was not able to get around,
They pronouiimed his cause to be con-
sumption and incurable. Heo ;was
persuaded to try Dr. Kng's New DIs.
eovery for Cor-niu option, Coughs and
Colds and ati that time was not. able
to walk across the street without rest-
iug, lie found, before lie had used
half of a dollar bottle, that l he was
mush better; lie eon, iiued to use it
and is to-day enjoying good health,
If you have any throat, luiig or chest
trouble try it. We guarantee satisfac-
tion. Trial bottles free at J. M1. Jack*
.son's drug store.
' (ONySUMPTION CUREfD.
An old ith]ysiuiai, retired from prac-
tied, having had placed in lii lands by
an East India missionary the formula
of a simple vegetable remedy for i the
speedy and pernianent iu re of' Cou.
sumption, Bronchitis, Cala rrh. As-
thma and all throat and Lung A'ffec-
tiois, also a positive anld radical curen'
for Nervous Debility and all Nervous
Complaints, after, having tested its
wondeaf.iil curative powers in thous.
hands of cn.h-e, iha 1utV to
make it knyIto hisi suffer-ig fellows.
Ac by this motive and a desiire
to relieve human suflferbig, will send
free of charge, to alFwho desire it,"-
this recipe, in German, French'or El-
glish, -with full directions for, prepar.
ing and using.- S, nt by iail by ad.
dressing with stamp, naming this
paper. IW, -A. Noyes, 8%0 Powers'
Block, Roche.stoi, N. Y.

FOIL.pYSPEtPSIA.
VUp rown',s Iron Bitters.
'lihysiciin.s recommend it.
All dealers keep it. S8.O0 per bottle. Genuine
has trade-wuark and crossed red lines olwrtapPir,

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


Highest of all in Leavening Power.-U. 8, Gov't Report, Aug. z7, z88%
"- *


.AJSOUJTEL.Y PURE


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I


They poulticed her feet and poultice l"er
head; .
And blistered her back till 'twags sarting
and red,
Tried tonics, elixirapainkillers and .alvea
(Though grandma declared It was nothing
but "narves.")
The poor nman thought slhe must certain.
ly die, .
Till "Favorite Prescription" she. happened
to try,- ,
No wonder its praises so loudly they speak;
She grew better at once, anil was well in a
week.
Ihe torturing pains and distressing
nervousness which accompany, at
tires, certain forms of Jfemale weak.
ness, yield like magic to Dr. Pierces
Favorite Prescription. It is :prfiely
vegetable, perfectly -harmless, 'and
adapted to the delicate ,organization
of woman. It allays,and subdues-the
nervoussynmptoms and reliejes the
pain accompanying functional and or.
ganie troubles. Guarantee printed
on bottle-wrapper, and faithfully ear%
ried out for many years.
As soon as we diyoice lovfromthe
occupations of life, we fihnd.lthat labor
degenerates into dridgery.;

lIof. W. V. Lucas. Ex-State tudli.
tor of Iowa, says:'"I laare urged
Chamberlain's Cough Renmedy in my
family and have no hesitation in say-
ing itis an excellent retniedy.. T believe
all that is claimed for it., Persons af.
flicied by a conugh or cold. will.flud it.
a frieidi." lThere is no dange f'rem
whooping cough whe thins.remedy is
freely given. For sal by .1. M. Jack-
.on i & Son. Broiiuon ; and W. C. An-
drews, rcher.

In friendship, as inl love, we are of.
ten hanpier through our -ignorauce
than our knowledge.

'A. 'onPi er- W-oWi erd *
iiMi-iartr- nrM-M^1p& &ij_- -*-









[) 0Fe.rt "LO IIDA LEGISLATUUE. passed; Senate bill an act to require -
emnocrat. Q's MD., C= m^3tLXXSq
-TALLA1ISSEE, FLA., May 28.-At railroad corporations to rovistruct pas'
the usual hoar this morning President senger-depot ,on their Jines ~.il to B ONSON L
3 ro.wne galied the senate to order. provide a ppenlty for non-coniplionce e ale' in
UB-LIHSINC C. 'The roll was ordered cnled, which therewith; se'B te ,ill an act ti ,m-nde4
I-/ -AME ---- I slowed only "the faithful fourteen" an pgt entitled an act to reyoke and ..edh et.,, ti
J. FARMER Editor. I ..
present, The chair gnnounc.ed "no aboJish tihe present municipal govern.-
BaMEMBER of th GIA *quorum" which is becoming a very Pnept of tthe ity of Palatka, in certain, "n ;:i. Iyst)-
PRESS ASSOCfT,(I;1 ,fliated common expression in that body. respects, and to reprgani7e ai city goy~- !Al .t ,t ev",..
senator Yancey read a telegram ernment therefore. Sit.a Ve, ,.
vith the NATNAL EDITORIAL received here by the TimesUniop coy Senate bill an act granting to -the Ja.g d h, ...
ASSOCIATtON respondent last night at 12:07 o'clock city council of the city of Trampa aubi ottlIy, .s-p.le.ssnes, ''
TAOT'B ,r-t.na from ,;oi TripliU, announcing that, thority to gradp and pave the streets Eincss, Sra7 ad S
4CA, A. -! thWe telorlda senators would leave Thor- of said city, and to assess the costs
^ -: = asville this morning by private con, thereof to the owners of the abuttingP
,Wtltred at the P. 0, at Brnspan vpyances for this city, expecting to property. a"hi ",d'cinc has !d!P'vC: .po
as second class matte arrive h r;e at 11 or 12 o'clock. He Tij UiOcSE, 6, and inea', ;i'ow aid pow"
rP ...7. ~ then moved that the senate adjo f in Bills on their third, reading wItre n ,'e fni. It 5,c y harm!e- '
TII lSD4Y< ,,Jqne4, 1891. uitil 10 o'clock to-morrow morning, then taken. p and the following were Ai st eook ol r. Z7 .
which was voted down, passed: Senate bill an act to incos "II e, n oor ietrecan of f ta -' ,
A Y T.8R CA TL. Fthis medicine free of 3 large.
Senator Yanpey renewed his motion pot-ate the Atlantic. and Gulf Canal This remedyhas boon ropared bythe everend .-. -.. I''-= '--1 -''
As stated in last ise Mr. Call was p aiourn until 10 o'clock to-morrow company of Ftorida. "House bill an F tanwn nrcL,iedeIrM.eanad !
plected senator by a vote qf 51 to 1 in c morning. The r ;Ipbers were not yet t to require all railroad companies KOENIC MED. CO., Chicago, Ill. '.l:, 1
Poi't session, and there i8 general re- ready to agree to this, however, and in this state to fence their roads and Sold byDruggistsat 1perBottle. 6ibr. -
J6icing that thp figlt has b~en ended Sepater Jroome.noved that they take to erect suitable crossings for the ime. a aroesizes. eo-osors" : .. ... i
by his election. On thp qithae hand, 4 rcss uiintil 12 o'clock which was House bill an act to coppippo the r irefo" a'Andi esnTn i '
the people p-annut find language strOig agreed to. rights, privileges, powers, franchises Druggists '.... --.... =i.
enough to express their contempt for At 12"o'clock the senate was called and grants ot the Florida AMidland I eA ct
tlospg enators who fled thlir duty and to prder aaain. Roll call showed n0p ad Georgia Railroad company and y m nR CK ACHE$
iteiblelt to tlwart'th.e till of tlie quorum present. A motion was made to extend the time for the completion ryouar all ot, really good for not ,
people ly 1 oiiig oVer into Georgia. to adjourn until 10 o'clock tosporrow of the railroad of said company. sen- n ii)i ts. t
'Aftip an absence of three days they morning, which was agreed to. so the ate hill an act to enable the city of .. w9in purpa an er i- eadiciet. s'_"i^.-Sold
reiurni ani boast the claim that Cajl president, declared the senate ad, Tampa to leyy certain taIes and to Sal,,v 1' wek Wanted-- .;,i, -
wva not elected because there latked journed until 10 o'plopk tp.smorrow, provide for a moe complete assess, good "I agents tesoil ow en
pne ofa q!oruni in the senate TH TIQE ment of the property jn said city for era!l llm of merchandise. No pi- .
S They ought to iknow that a quorum i ling. Above salanr will be id ... -- ._..
hey j ought to n Ifw ittook a uouma The following were passad!i Honse municipal purposes. House bill an "live" agents. For further iinfornma-
joit, 'piong i 51. If it took am- joint resolution relative to the dona, act making a United States revenue tion addrFLOssA CENTR L
jority of each house to make a quorum tion of certain swamp and overflowed license as a liquor dealer prima facie OIcIClAGO FE' GriAT SupPey C,,
in joint session, it would require 52 S 1 d evidence that the party to whom it is o i' t "vh i, 11 f., B8
n oint session,-i ould req ie lands to the Seminole Indians in South deedn, the drtyr-hti i i No, 178 West, ,, IChcag o, 11.l. y lridRS I illik uiR .
otea. We trustGovernor Flemping lands o e n n a i issued is engaged i14 sth busiliess, ieorid, Trunk Linea
'will sign Senator al'is credelutials Florida- blouse bill an act to prescribe bill an a o e eto)t sae from to
ritl Spt o th atle, re ts fairly the powers the hodrdo f vommis- and 10, Charter 3954, relative to to .cens ln evIry diillar U,ivou To all points iin Scullh, middle a.rd4 West Florida
n1 ti the latter. le s fairly sioners of pilogotage and port wardens Kissimmee City, Florida. 50 spoils ? Ii so. wrile or onr VI- SouthNwest. Direct conne-tiouis to nl points o
peed, and wi take e seat~~~ in and for, the ports of this state; a eoitlulilg ]tiu- Time Card in Eflis't May I
vent, ano the governor Ano refppe, house bill an act to incorporate the Williston Winklets. tal it tid ii i is ta, Souti. North o eyth
tllilli'ed in the Uxited States, Stuth. Northx NA. No
S We vuld be ashamed of those des Wacsa Fertilizer Manufacturing May 25, 1891. at ianuficiturcrs' prices. 10.000 il- No. 3 No.7 Southern Div'n. No. 8 No. 4 8p o 7
CtCorrespondnce Times Democrat.ln lv Fernanmai- 23 9 4 i coa 1
tartig senlato's if they were fropn our epmpany; house bill and act to revoke Correspond alogeue ilnailed tre on application. 0 1iPp ii 25a Iv Ci.lanlian r 14.; 7 4na 12 a sat 9
*untY. e pty tioae counties they, and abolish the present municipal Not seeing anything in your valual Address l C.5 7 11 i a. IN ,v Jaxvilie- ar 15.5 1) 7 t(ia 2 0Oa 10
0ublity. p apy ertfohose counties theyrd solih tle present municipal 10 301, 12 2op lIv jtldwin Iv 1 0ii:a 5 4Sa 12
es m o government of the town of Lakelpnd ble paper from our section for some CHICAGO ENHALS y CO. 17 1 P ar Stnarke Iv 11:a 4(2,a a 11
epresn now. time, I have decided to give o n No. 178 \est Van uren St, 2 4>a 2 2.>, ar awtliorne lY 10-ia 2 aai 5 3 a 12
it d to.organie a ity government tor me, e give ou Chicago, Ill. 1 2a 2. Sp ar ciita iv 10 5n 1 5a 6 4ta
1he postoflice at ndianapolis, Mr. said town few items. ,. 1 ar Sliver \)gs lv 9 3id ....... ao a
me s, i NOTICE FOil. PUt LICTI 1 ON1 -U ar Ocnala. v )S 2 ia lit3a; t10 o0a
iar~pisoP's hq.l, is vapant- through The bill abolishing the bureau of ETerything is lively in our village. L omce at Gainesv-ille, i 7 4p ar lacnosassa lv 7 ia1, 6 o.. .
7. ^i- i-thi mik<* iThe railroad is the all absorbing topie 8, Ia4 4 351, ar Leesiburg IV 7 (Ot l* 3441)2p 1
ihe death of thp ijiumbent, find the immigration by repealing the act ere- ot conversation Work is progressing0 Ntie is her1y g., n that5 a h 40p ar TnApka lv 6 37a p 'p
ieninel thhp ity puggeits that theF acting it came up upon its final passage finely, the gadi is about complete ing- ed ttler has tiled ot of his 7 15a -p ar Orlado 7 ....
residentt fill it by appointing a ~ hy the houe, It was at once apparent, t this point, and soon our town w;ll tentxon to make hixal proof n support ofhis 3 0a 4 4lp lv Wildwood l" ai I 3,,p 1 ..
.claim, and that said proof will he made 5 07a 607p ar I)ade City Iv 6 55a 9 4 p ... '
ro. The vacancy, therefore, furnishes that it was going through. When the be enlivened by the locomotive whistle: -efore x register aidl lReeiver atGaines- f 2aa 7"2sp ar llant City Iv 572 9 p
for. -e are Register and ecelve atGaines- 6 24a 7 28p air 'ant city IV 6 57a, p
Ir. fPr.ison with, an exceptional op- roll ca)l was finished, andthe vote an- Crops have suffered considerable for vlle, la, o July 8, 91, vir: 7 -4a 8 p ar Tampa lv 7v Op. 72.
,nty to signalze the fact that he nounced, it stood 39 yea and nas rain, but the dronthwas broken by a WESLEY NOBLES, of BarcO Fla,, 2 3I ar Ginesvil v 1 .......
..r.i.. ...,, .* and s ofS S /. -rofe.iSec, 27 To2 14 34. ...... 201) ar Cedar Key Iv i 801t ...
o- .- A.`. 0 ."I, Z,111 ..,.i ,- dlii UrttLrd Fa--mers are ye'ary f'otrh ofgh liar- lie names the ollown witnesses to
p al prpjud*ces; that lie is aiming tifiedto the. senate. Naesieas, ard tne r t rotgh .ham- e folhoswid we se oa a usand S dali alnd 4 dailVny ex -lt
S tO ev t'President ofOthe whole cuno of, said lauxd.,viz: -Smn2...ulaandeno.
e Present f th whole count MAY 29.-Senate met at 2 o'clock isfactor. Shipments of -vegetables jT ). Morlgai,' E. W. Frrhes, S. Jaksonville and Tapa.. ......
atrynnd ot a part of p untr only; and ws called to order by President are not large, averaging about 200 Richardson, John L. Cainpbell, of Barco' Fernandina and Cu....berla..d Route,
.. 4 ... t he wi l p i1n bhi exeCtiye Urowrne Roll call showed thirty-one boxes dai'y, but pices so far are very Alex. Lynch, Rogister. 'o. No. 60 Foyr Brunswick. No. 5 No.i .... 12.
apai do and ct in Mississippi that senators present Tee days good. 4 40p SO0a iv Jaxville ar S s.0a 2 i.5 ...... 5'
Sctn sipp at senators present. ree days' jour- Gornto ofrndefatiahle NOTICE OF FINAL DISC ARGE. 5 50p 11 o05a arFernandifia Iv 3)a 12 45p .,.:,
he would not dare to dq ina-- dpal, t hose of the three days when the ii will b d t l"hm IX month from date I will present my ..... 5 001) ar Bunswick lv ....... ma .
1snhhburg \ mrgl aiitw. fiab' 'lesta yolasrasa flx' 8 3Oa 6 I v u 2iitc ? 0o
S chburg Virginia. babs wre Iliding out, lay upon the a tes ethe las of this week. iatio nt ud as a 8 a V ewk ar 6 a 5op
p ; lerk's desk -inapproed, and the dee,- The W'illi ta..hool ll close on dasedO, lla l if Lf o unty to the lion, 40p O a ai Atlanta l fJ (ip 5 n30a
: ocratip filteen, who delayed legislation the 7Tth int., pfter an eight months oltV, ind ask to be ischardge as suoh 6 4-p t 45iar Louisville Iv 7 1 p 7 20a ing .car
The Deb raioa Day usca 20 the in gh mv xi01 ho icaa 'is ue -
.TheD inthe senate for three qf the 4ost ia session, taught by Prof. J. F. WilIiams adtliIiiistrator, JOIN L, BRRO, 20p 6 40a aL Cinoimati lv 11o0 Iha Orlea.
in hPyn the senate-fur three of the most im- Adn stratio 6 4.6ai 6L air t.- ouS s iv %x A o. i4rriw
Albany, N -. Telegram will be the portant days of thesession, presumably who has iyen universal satisfaction, Bronson, la., May 21, 11i s. 7 30a 5 00p ar Chicago lv 90a 8 1Sp eiis I-
muost original, iaique and popular pa having the ,republican edged to Rev. Paul Willis, of Sanford, hroth- LeaOTIEves Jacksonville and Fernandinadai-
Pedged f Jud Ge W, Willi is visiting OTICE. ly except Sunday. Sunday train leaves Choar
pereverpresentedto teAmerican em of Judge Geo. W, Willis, is visiting tfro dateoe a nville 4 -A .m. nakiiguxnberland on salt:
per ever resented to the American tller, determined not to approve these his relatives bero IX moihs from date of this notice r ltot aineetion .eaes erdi to4
piblip. Nothing like it ever attempt. jojrnals, although they were far away Prof. Dell Damon hasabout twenty voweher aas execut ty f the ea to of i l-- arrives Jasove
p t g by in newvappor in th 'nineteenth from the city when these records were pupils in his music school. -ird Stuuions,latef Le otli,det oe 'iih.a sleeping calats oruse L, to
intury. As a mechanical wonder ade and absolutely knew nothing Prof. J. F. Williams and Misges Cou~nty Judge of Levy county, aind ask to
"aud military literary library there .- be discharged, as suahi executor. Ticket office 86 IV. Bay St., cora. llogin. Dnep1ot
.ud nailitadr, library liaary er out what transp:fed except wh t Etna Beamer and Sdaide smith will bdischa S BAa O, Executor. k e.S.e, T KTN iTratliMan r. A. .
will be pothing to even compare with they learned from rumor or from the leave in a few days for West Virginia February 19, 1891.
it issued in this country. It will be record. There was objection made to to spend the summer. =-H- _T--D T----,...-.
printed on red white and blue paper Our annual Sunday school nici ic i
'prtedon re h athe'approval othe journals in qniies will take place here on Saturday before mT pE3
.q. o.i.. pa.ges. Order a.opy tion, raised by '"Senator Baya which, the ecod Sunday In June. Hope to 1 -
-t qoe, had no motion been made, would have see lots of our Bro. son friends preaeut,
been all the record ;upon the journal of Children's day will be observed on the will bl)lv the Udell Type Wr i- (PrIcldy Ash, PoIso li oot an
g eflaid C9lhip.. to-day of this, their last undemocratic Sunday following, in the Baptist 11 er and ,Check Perforator, I--AKs rOSiTrrm opersI:o0 ALL 0on
ay 3. 18 move, but Senator Yancey did not pro. church. We extend to you, Mr. Ed- witl 78 Characters, and $15 for the .-- --. --- --- -
orrespo i ence Ties-eocrat .to have his democratic record tor a special invitation to be present, Sillgle Case Odoll, warrated tod do hysansnorser. P. a a plen- .
S- t.poseo have his democratic record or as we want you to see our- section of h0bettor' work than aiy machliiho xadc. did combinton, and presc.. i it.I[ a
S.Cr ggre needing. that.of his friends to be besmirched by t! e county and to get acquainted with It combines siphcity with dura- eat stisfon for th acres o ai t f
ain very much. upt ohjpptig to suph proceeding. He our people. Your efforts to furnish ility, speed, ease of o)peralioin, wiar f t.astii oterinr Sec.aoptary h
Th' i Rev. Gralvill Wo ton therefore madp, a motion tp approve us a good 6unty paper are appreci- i of rep tiiio
reached vyry inipresve sermon at', rnal of My 26, 1891, and calls a ed' s ie t on to bothehllhe operator. It is neatr man rswins. e.in ores.i
Hard ollurch Qn la Sabbath. Un- ed for the ayes and nays. The vote at any previous time in its history, adapted to all kinds o e tI po writing.
lae fralp jit'on of the plor r as Aye 15. Nyg 16. This one OCCAStOAL. Like a printing pless, it produces m--
loved by all who kno him timethatthe~epuhliea, element eld e sh xarp, clean, legible nanuasiripts. _
ved byall now b 1ms from Lebanon. Two toten copies can Ce Sade at one
Our public school opened with o.m balance ofpower in this session of ms from Le non. writing. Atoe iintelligent person can
wenty pupils. the senate, and true to thp principles May30, 1891. become a good opeorator i two days.
Mrs. Susan Hardee and Mrs. S. Ty- of republicanism in Florida, he past Correspondence Times-Democrat. We ofer $l.000 Ito (ny poiftbor- who'
..m ,equal tle work ofthe hDouble hiveresisteariluteta'ment.Catarrh, Skin} b0
-qpreturned last friday from a visit it against all democratic methods of We are still very dry, though health Caiise Odell. Diewses. eoar,. cirou.o n 'cinalot e bl,
o eeqlaurg1 Mr. E. W. J. Harde procedure. is reasonably good, Corn is standing reliable Agents anid Salesmen complaints, ,ercur-1si poison, Ttert ite
xnd iv.fe apconjpanie4 them hornet 1 11 bto- wt- autel. Special inducements to deals Sdaheo is, et. e ".
S flie 1 Y wil1 gnPPd4 vapatioll aiou^ Senator Yancey then moved p ro- the drouth well, but some o5t-on is y ers. v. is 1-owexrfitoiu o a tuao n
S ti~ i~aH fryienda alnd relatives, station that the journals pf May 27 apd ing. No rain to nut out potato vines. For Paimphlet giving lndorseineiits, ecquent apimz-r. uiniam. w the -
S* atSr. hhgar 4~ridere go, 28, 1891, respectively, he approved-- y theat dd h, )o sometiog &0, dd, W1it CO ti
jngsteadily along \ t, their mill, and not that he had the slighest hope of a heds nd if I lie I ..m .. ,, -
ShePo^nt-hear euqd f he pargying his point in either instance, totr i agan on rii er land:, loxkery "ui dSing,
'histde over in thto.e wootl," but because hp desired the records of and see if it ia worth bothering with. OUA P.I"EMIUMS. 1 I"
*oc1 nd T muicalea is a certinty, aSI te eternal ayes to show thle action of Mr. R. T. King killed another large We give with one year's subscrip- i
't ta,u place on Friday, the 9th of the Flprida senate this morning. The bear a frw days since. Iam glad g Tom .o to the TMIES-DEiMORATr .your
uie, at the residence of Mr. Jno. S. vote on each of these motions was is among us to kill up the"varmilnts. choice of the following publications ---- 'o"
d and e hape to se< everybody precisely the same as the fle above I f tedogilcne ar lae p e sc!fh o t1h
w^, .,. ^mOt. 0^"1- ....... recorded. !logs a9 needed. }dural Call apd TjItK. ;l,-MOOtT. $1.00
S.omeof ou boys who are working Bills on third reading w.ir the,. Mr, Dir'-dy has left these parts om-e 1 -.-a----.1,, .... ....' EN
t. A l ar.rivied home this .eeni,,g taken up, but only two were pagsed, a. for Ccdar eeY. ,udg,'s Library........... .....,,10 ST EL J |1 ., L C,
y. that ( e a !ively ,here follows, A l A1 the ponds will soon be dry if it 1)i e'e' r t's, ta .a "IR E 0PE SELVA V
r, Editor, w wo.uld lie ^.l to House bill an act to amend an act doesn'tt run son. G. :;a"mio.*t C-ehp a.d.. ....... 1.50 o .. i.n .
luar a h ta r t d to provide for and nmcrage the or .. ..NTnI^- -- r;,.. .. : "t


Slipped box in the lot. Let all gaizatios of a corps or vol wueer mil p ges to ftmor wio are not ,. --"a F i." ,, *I". ,x .::,-' U
ba iv mind that the object of this. itia and enf re their dinssiwole. lr,, A .t0(1 POSdtryf' Sm il.''.''. :' 'W'.W':,L -
: litamenti t raise fopda to finish House bill an act to ameind j ectio oods ht Usd b ll bus- s. ... .. u
.foo J01d seea arril. I Used by a -1.. ..4.1 .,
,g-fotra .organ for our Sutnday I of Chapter 3964, Laws of Florida. iness ilen' Address s ,, .1 :1 -:. ..' Lr ('
:i olo1. Sp young men, bring along TE QUE 'iEE ',---( CO.. Ltd., ". '.1 .. f; ..aCmsx .ar ea-s dairsa. FLIrHPA ID. .
-o or best girl-; and.dun't forget a little MAY 30.-The following bils o01 o postals. West Alexaiudria, 0. T'.. L.a M'-ou NwrLING, New SThg I T
-a1igig.. Sy-igAWL0. their third and final reading wert g_~0a,0 inue this paper. Read the TiIEs DEMOCiRA'. ti a -0 e Ck e o.)u %&( Taak


The Keillmer ImPMroA -


bare3 no stuYerii~r. Thley V
walrran~fted for fivi. years.
The '(celerated'Keflikier P
uMo 411id (g.-Iiiworks apil t
iWqos Ili Pdiamsylvania,, a
flid lanly instruments ~
hiiy tostil) to their wourt'h,
Forpic nles address
S. 1BACWHAN, AAg,'
lirongon, Fla.k


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,1, o1.le, New 'Orleans and ,
Northwest and tNortheast.
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haRe h "d 0 po,!to planti'ig
S weather so far.
tir .snbscripLion l.t is rapidly on
the increase at Chielland.
Service at the Methodistchurch next
.s aSunday, morning and evening.
John Smith was taken to the asylum
Church Directory. yesterday morning by Officer Edwards.
Methodistchurlch-Rev. WV. S. Rich- M:ss Annie Lummus anad little Es-
ardsmn, p.)stor. ':eaclhiunir the tirst telle Epperson went to Waldo yester-
Sunday in .each uel.nutii, t 11 a. ll. day to visit the Misses Coulter.
ult 7 p.- I..
Sabliblit sc;h1el every Sunday at 3 Mr, S. E. Scarbrough's horse jump-
p. inde ; ', 1. Jackson, Si'., se'- ed the fence Monday and skipped them
aptit chu v o i town. He has a small bell on.
Baptist chnucf--lR oV. Roiht, Keith,
pastor.' Pre'ehicig the third Sun. Mr. Ed. Lummus is now duly in,
Ay in .eech month, at 10:30 a. m. amid stalled in the store of J. S3. Epperson,
Sabbatl school every Sunday at but Willis Colson will not leave for
9:30 a. 1m. 0, J. llilmer, Supt. two weeks or more, perhaps.
Evangelical churc'h-Dr. S, lican. Mr. Boothby's horse that was lost
pastor, precihel s eyery isjind .'al
fourth Su pday .ih e,-"v monl, at 11 in Waceaassa swamp with saddle and
A.u. amn 7 p. nm. bridle on, was found dead one day last
Sabbath schloor ever Stundav at10 week. It is no fun to lose a horse.
fl, m. ; D~r. S. Beain, snperiateuidenit.


Secret Societies.
Bronson Lodge No. 7, F. & A. M..
holds itls rcular coilr lu1iiicttiOs onil
tr .first AMonday iln (ech mou lth, Vis-
wiSg britj)lr's invited to altetu.
.(.'. A. IlANsox, See.

June 4.
uinnmer is here now.
Q-e month till July 4.
-And agin-l-Hurrah for Call!
Another refreshing shower Monday.
Mrs. J. M. Barco went to Gaines,
viyll Monday.
There wa a terrific electric storm
Thur day night.
Mrs. S. E. Searbrough spent last
Thlurday at Albion.
Edidie, son of Mrs. L. E. Taylor,
was quite sick last week.
TMrs. Whiteheaad and Miss ,Bain
spent Saturday at Albion.
Afrsi S. P. Turner went to Archer
Tuestd' to visit her relatives.'
We hope to entertain our friends in
'our new officW in a few weeks.
M r, E. C, Lambert is shipping
Peento peaches frh-m his orchard,
I'arnsiticide cures itch in 30 mnsin
utes. 1 e .>ile. SoMl by J. B. Coarsey.
- Mr, Jatite cJllier1, of Elizey, called
Monday and renewed his subscription.
Mr. Wellman now has millions of*
aelackberries. The late rains are mak-
Ang them ripen very fast.
Mr"John L. Barrow, of Levyvill.,
called at our office Monday and r,-
-mewed his subscription to the T.sD.
Miss Gertie Lindsay and Ror
Coarsey went to Chiefland Monday to
attend school under Miss Madge Ice,
Every tissue of the body, every bone,
muscle and organ, iZ stronger and more
healthful by the tos of hood's Sarsa,.

Mr. W, II, Suowden, Macon, Ga.,
eays; I have yet to record an instance
in which Bradycrotine failed to afford
prompt relief.
Mrs.Ira J. Carter, Mrs. Julia A.
J)okf, Mrs. A. F. Hagnin-and Mrs. E.
W. Rush, oi'Judson, w ere I1 town last
week on business.,
Isaac Hall, colored, who murdered
itnother negro at Arredoudo last De-
cember, has been sentenced in the
circuit conlt of Alifhun, county to be
hanged.
We accept, with'thalnks, the invita.
tion to attend the Si,,day school piece
lie toJ le held at Willisto)n Saturday,
June 13th, amid promise to be present,
Providence perinitting,
Married, at'the residence of the
bride's parents, om Sunday last, Mr.
G. R. Priest and -Miss Lula A. Phunm,
Liner, of Bi;rco, 4Judge F, W. Blitch
performing the peremouy,
Can't we get 1qp )- celebration on
july 4th, and siow ocr patriotignin
If we can t do anything better, we can
g,.t together and "cut a cheese and
open a keg of nails," while the band.
-plays the Bounie Blue Flag.
From Treasu-ror Shand., report,
;nade to the county commissioners on;
.Monday, we learn that he has received
for county purposes from Jan. 1, toa
May 5, moneys to the amount of $2,-
.049.18. He has paid o}t during same
period for county purposes, $S,324.10.
School fund received, $4,780,01, paid
out said fund, 33,461.49; received for
rpad t~r, $973.17, paid out, $819.00;
received for board rf9 health, $976.57,
*ti4 ut, 756;90, -


Mr. W. P. Geiger's better half pre-
sented him with a 10 pound boy on
the 12th ult., and the happy father
now feels the necessity of obtaining a
good price for his cotton.
The was no meeting of the school
board Tuesday, owing to the absence
of President Anderson, Mr. Davis be%
ing the only member present, A called
meeting will be held next Tuesday,
Mr. Raulerson, of Judson, has sent
us the forefoot of a huge tiger killed in
that neighborhood. We did not learn
thle dimensions of the beast, but from
the size of the foot we judge it could
not have weighed less than 200 pounds.
The ladies of the Hardee Sunday
school will give a box social and mu-
eicale on Friday, June 19, at the res,
dence of Mr. J. S. Hardee. The object
is to raise money to pay for the Sunday
school organ, and all friends to the
cause are invited to be present.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Barco will leave
Tuesday morning for Macon, Ga., to
attend the commencement exercises of
the Wesleyan Female College, in
which their eldest daughter, Miss
Ethel, will take a leading part. Miss
Ethel will graduate with honors, and
will return home with her parents.
The Evangelical church has been
nicely painted outside and papered on
the inside, and the building now pre-
sents a uice appearance. Mr. C, A.
Hanson did the work. It is contem-
plated putting new seats in the church,
which will greatly add to the comfort
of worshipers.
Senator Coulter, who has nobly


rolling of the h'e oak, :. .. ..1;, and
hickory trees young and old from. far
and near gathered sat an eirly hour,
to spend the day in harmless pleasure.
The feature of them orning was the
crowning of the May queen by the
children of the Sunday school. The
children, each bearing a horpet or
wreath of flowers, marched to the
grounds, and with appropriate .cere-
monies- crowned their queeil Miss
Lilly Hancock.
The ice cream and lemonade stand
was well patronized until 12 o'clock,
'when the announcement that dinner
was realy brought the crowd around
the well filled tables. Then there
was mighty feasting on the abundance
of good things for a little while, and
the young folks returned to their
promenading anmI the old folks to their
social chats. The day was pleasantly
spent, and the gay delegation from
Cedar Key was "in it," also those from
Bronson.
At night an entertainment was given
at the residence of Mr. \V, T. Jackson,
and the enjoyment of the day was thus
made complete.

Jtudson Swunday School Phicn)ic.
JUDSON, Fla., May 22.
Editor Tines-Democrat:
Please publish the program ot our
Sabbath school jubilee, to be held at
Judson on Thursday, June 25. We
invite all Sunday schools to particis
pate and bring their banners. Come
and let us have a grand time. The
Sabbath school at this place will fur,
ansh a soda water and lemonade stand,
the net proceeds from which will go
for the benefit of Pine Grove Sabbath
school. All the citizens are. cordially
invited to be here and assist us.
The closing speech will be made by
Mr. D. P. Miller. Committee;
C. C. DOKE,
W. H. .ItROWN,
It. S. TUCKER.
PROGR IAM.
Introductory lecture by Supt.
Essay by 1-h. Tucker; subject-
By whom, where, and for what pur".
pose were Sunday schools organized?
Recitation by Johnnie Futch.
Composition by Mrs. W. IH. Tucker;
subject-The life of Martha and Mary.
as titr as Bible records show.
Guitar solo, by Miss Annie Harris.
Essay by Wm. Shepherd; subject-
How are we benefited, by att-eding
school ts
Composition by Miss StPlla Futeh;
subject-How to interest young ladies
and gentlemen in the Sunday school,
when they are of no profession.
Recitation by Miss Alice Overstreet.

Judson Briefs.
June 1, 1891.
Correspondence 'imes-Democrat.
We think it is time some one was


championed the peoples rights, has giving you the news from this place
sent us a number of copies of the sen, again. We will say without fear of
ate journal of May27, which show how successful contradiction that we have
the bolting senators will, and did, as good corn crops for the time of year
sacrifice their constituents to gratify as we ever had. Oats have done well,
their personal spleen. We distribute and we could say something for cotton,
but owing to the low prices offered
th s on readers r last winter we refuse to say anything
Wp they will go. Read and ponder, just now. Our farmers seem to be
Thle legislature must adjourn to. getting along well. The credit busi-
morrow, and up to Monday only 200 ness has kept us down for many years;
but somehow there is less credit this
of the 800 bills introduced lIed been year than formerly, and we hope to
disposed of, and thle governor had luri right side up with care by next
signe'l only 20 of those passed. The fall. But enough of this.


unfinished business would not have
been so great it those sixteeft 'senators
had stood at their pests like men, and
not run like cowards. To "rule or
ruin" was their intention, evidently,
The following notice was handed to
us by a friend for last issue, but was
accidently misplaced. It is too good
to get old, however, so here it is: "F,
J. Meredith is the happiest man in the
county just now. His wife presented
him with the first copy of the 2nd
edition of Meredith on the 14th of
May, 4 a. m. night, 101 pounds. Ess
timated value, $10,000 plus-,
Herman Murray, the negro desper-
ado who killed the deputy-sheriff of
Nassau county in Fernandina two
weeks ago, was camped in a house
near Starke last Saturday. At night
a posse of men went to arrest him, but
Murray killed Levy Alyarez the city
marshal, and Prince Albert a nlegro,
and escaped. At last accounts citizens
were after him, and when caught the
time of his inhuman sojourn upon
earth will be cut right off quiok, J.
G, Alvarez, a brother of the murdered
marshal, has offered $1000 for his
scalp, and it is hoped lihe will get it.
The iArcher ,S.. S. Picnic,
On Thursday, May 28th, the good
people of Archer (and the little folks)
held their animal Sunday school picnic
in the beautiful grove just north of
town. The day was warm and fair,
but not sultry, and under the rich


We must toll you something of our
friend IHurndofi and his 11 foot pan,
other. Last Saturday morning Messrs.
Hurndon, Trammel and the Sanchez
boys, (and we venture to say Mr.
Swilley was along, too,) with hounds
and guns, mounted their steeds and
steered their course for the flat woods.
Two miles from Judson they soon
heard the hounds cry out, and after
running some two hours they came to
a halt, with cocked Winchesters, rifles,
guns and revolvers in hand, when Mr.
Huradon raised his gun and brought
one panther to the ground, The corl'
rect length of the beast was seven feet,
bIt Mr. Swilley says it was 11 feet, or
he was mistaken. WVe will send ye
editor one of his feet.
We are preparing for the boom;
new buildings are going up, and C. C.
Doke and R. S. Tucker-are adding to
their stores. SIIILE.

Parties WIVatnng to Purchase
The Best Automatic Grazinig 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 muzsleon,
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 calves and
colts it is a grand thing, Call and
see them and buy them, and let your
stock have the benefit of the grassand
other graying that usually gato waste,
and save. five times the cost in one sea-
son.

The Times-Democrat three months,
for only 25 cents.


Few people have sintfferedi more severely
from dyspeipia th;n Mr. E. A. M!eMIaIon, a
well known grocer ot Staunton, Va. Iesays:
"Before 1878 I was jn excellent health, weight.
uing over 200 pounds. I that year an ailment
developedd Into acute dyspepsia, and soon I
was reduced to 162 pounds, suffering burning
sensations in the stomach,
in palpit:tion of the heart,
It u l nausea, and indigestion.
I could not sleep, lost all
heart in my work, had fits of melancholia, and
for days at a time I would have welcomed
death. I became morose, sullen and Irritable,
pid for eight years life was a burden. 1 tried
many physicians and many remedies. One day
a workman ,employed by me suggested that
I taikae of a food's
Ssrsapa. 1lf f| rata, as
it had cured his
wife of dyspep-
sia, I did so, and before taking the whole of
a bo"tie I began to feelike a new man. Tile
terrible pains to which j had been subjected,
ceased, tile palpitation otf the heart subsided,
my stomaei became easier, nausea disap-
peared, and my entire system began to
tone up. With returning <
strength came activity of 8 Wi
mind and body. Before UeY 8e 0
the fifth bottle was taken '
I had regained my former weight and natural
condition. I am today well aid I ascribe ,it
to taking Iood's Sarsaparilla,"
N. B. If you decide to take Hood's Sarsa-
parilla do not be loduced to buy any other.
Hood's Sarsaparilla
Bold by all druggists. Il; axfor$5. Preparedonly
by C. I. HOOD & CO., Apotheearles, Lowell, Mass.
100 Doses One Dollar

NOTICE.
TTNDER and by virtue of an order to
U me directed by his Honor lBen Fried-
man, county judge in and for the county of
Levy, State of Florida. I will, onil tlintrll t
Monday in Jutl, A. 1)., 1H91, the nanme b-
Ilg legll sales day and th e 6th day of said"
monlti, during tile legal hours of sale oa
said day, offer for sale to the highest and
best bidder for cash, in frout of the court
house door in the town of Bronson, all thht
certain parcel, piece or tract of land lylfig,
situate anld being in the county of Levy
and State of Florida, known and described
oil tie public mnaps as the SE quarter of
the SE carterr See In Tp 13 Range 15 E,
containing forty acres of hind more or
less, sold as the property of tile estate of J.
C. toward, deceased, late of Levy county,
Florillo. 'urchaser to pay or titles.
II EH Y B, C OUL'i'U, Commissioner,
SIIEIIFF'S SALE.
U NDER and by virtue (it all execution
to me dirteetd, isslled ofut o te ir
cnit court of the 5th Judicial circuit t of
Florida, for Levy county, in a certain
cause wherein J.A.& J tinstein, of
Savannalh, Ga., are plaintiffs and Willian
(Gomni is defendant, lor the amount of
$748.61, dated Mahyth, A, D., 1891, I have
levied upon an ad will sell to the highest and
best bidder for cash, before the court house
door in tile town of-Bronson in said county,
onil the first Mofiday in July, A. D., 1891,
thd saine being tlie tith day of said month,
wvithiil the legal hours of sale,_ the follow-
ing real estate to-witi All that certaili
tract of land Jying, situate stand being in
the comntv of Levy and State of Florida,
a;n more imrtlcularly described as follows
towit, he ,NV half bf W .Vqttrarter 1N-IN,
quarter of SW quarter, S ialI of N E qhat'.
ter, SW quartery SE quarter of See,.35 T. 11I
R. 17; NE quiliter of NE quarter of Se 3
T, 12 It. 17: W half of SE quarter of SE
quarter See. 34 11 R, 17 containifi .310
acres more or less, '..,'glhtr with all plil
singular the tenements, heredltameonts and
aplpurteniances thereto belonging or any-
wise appertainling.
W. iH. Ii(H[AM, Sheriff Levy Co.
Henry B. Coitltr,- P't'fs attorney,
May 9, 1891,
NOTICE FORl PUBLICATION,
oLand Office atGainesville, Fa.J
May 4,1i;. ('
Notice is hereby given that the follow-
ing-nalined settler has filed notice of his in-
tention to manxe final proof in support ol
his claim. Illd that said proof will be made
beibre Clerk Cirpi'tl- Court alit Irons.n,
Fnla., on Saturday, June 27. 1S91, viz:
MARY BIRISCO, Widow of David
Briaco, deceased, of Archer, Fla.,
H, E. 14260 for the W oi' NWY4 Sec. 12 T.
Q1 !17," E.
lie names tile following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence ation, and
cultivation of, said land, viz:
lilchlond MclKinncy, Nathlan Ranrls,
Irvin Johnson, Morris Jackson, of Arch' :r,
Alex. J.ynch, Register,


NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION,
LAND OFFrci AT GAINESV.I.E, F1, A,,)
May 4,18W1. f
Notice is herebly iven that the bfolowing
named settler has tiled notice of his listien-
tion to Inake final proof inl support of hiW
claim, and that said proof will oe made
before Register and Receiver fat ailnes,
ville, Fl)., on Saturday, June S7, 1891, vlz.
MRS, CATHIERINE A. BILLINGS,
of Albion, Fla.,
II. E. 180 for the NW ofNE, of
NWV and SEy of NVY4 See. 2 T. 12 S. 11,
17 E.
IHe inamnes t1he following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon, and
cltitiiition of, said land, viz:
W. C. Barnard, Win. Gonm:, J. nI. But.
ler, C. A. Ilauson, of AlTion, Fla.
ALEXANDER LY.NCII,
Register.
NOTICE.
In Cti-cuit Coiurt, 5th Judicial Circuit
of Florida, .Levy County,
George W. IMaxwell)
vs. >- Divorce,
8Isabella Maxwell. i
D UE proof having hbeen filed in mIy o-
tice thaIt thle residence of thlie said Isa-
liella Maxwell is unknown and that she is
over thle ag'e of twonltv-one yelrs.
It is ord'deed that th!e said Isabella Max-
well (1do appear, plead, answer or denTurl to
the coimplainint's bill o' complitht tiled il
tIli onuse, on oz; before 'Monday, the 8th
day of Julie, A.1D. 1891, or the said bill
will lie taken as contessed and a decree pro
con fesso entered up a.lgaitn.s her,
It is flft'ther ordered tHlat this order be
published for four consecutive weeks in
ti-e'tevy Timnes-Democrat, a newspaper
published in Bronson, Lovy county, Fla,
JAMES M. BAltCO,
L[Sea.] Clerk Cirtcuit Court,
If. 13. Coulter, Cornpits. Sol'tr.
Bronson, Flit., May 7, l1. -
ADMINISTRATOIt'S NOTICE.
A Lh'perwons having elainus against ihe
estate of J. C. Howard, late of Levy
county decOneasd, will A present their to the
ti idersigniod duly authenticated within tile
time presoilbedt by law; and alI persons
indebted to said estate will please come
forward and settle ati (once.
W. I. IBItHAM.
Sheriff and Ex.Oflicio Administrator.
Proiisoii, Flia., Miy 14, 1891. 6;n.
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Men Arc Alike About Filre'
"There is one thing," said, the man
from tI he -pper part of the state, "which,
I find. sk:iwa that we are all of the samni
blood. It is a fire. Of course, when
there is a fire ia a country town we all
go to it. It is a rare thing, and we find
it a feature of theseasdn. Besides that,
we generally take a hand in hauling out
furniture or making ourselves u.ari1 ii,
other ways. Now you New Yorkl-rr gel
just as excited and interested over a fire
as we do, and your fires are so frequent
that they have not the merit of novelty,
while you know ,that there is nothing
which you can do to be of service; be-
cause your police and firemen will not
let yon get near the blaze. But I notice
that you all, boys and men, go chasing
after a fire as fast as your legs will carry
you. You have only to hear the clang
of the engine to see a running crowd, or
to catch sight of the smoke and away
you go, following in the wake of younger
and moru agile men. That's just what
we do in the. country."-New York Tri-
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Tho Greatest Travel-rs.
In point of actual distance covered, the
greatest traveler in the world n s aidotto
be Chief Engineer Sewell, of toe Whiit,
Star fleet, who is well known in tCis city.
-While in charge of the engine depart-
ment of the vessels of that line, notably
the Britannic, Mr. Sewell completed 1i12
round trips between Liverpool and- New
York, traveling the enormous distance
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miles. nearly four times the distance be-
tween the earth and the moon. This is
said to be only about two-thirds of the
total distance traversed by Mr. Sewell
since he became a seagoing engineer.
Chief Engineer Kitchen, who was in
charge of the Adriatic's engines for six-
teen years, but who now superintends
the Britannic's, boasts a similar record.
He has made 154 round trips between
Liverpool and New York and has travel-
ed over 954.800 nautical miles, or 1,100,-
000 standard English miles.-New York
Tines.
First an The increasing prevalence of the scien-
tific spirit, with its passion for ekact
statement, makes it more and more nec-
essary for men to say precisely what they
mean ahnd nothing else.
"What ts your last name, my, little
man?" asked the new teacher.
,,Tommy," answered the boy.
"Indeed! What is your full name?"
'"Tommy Jones."
"Then Jones is your last name."
".No, ma'am, excuse me. When I was
born my name was Jones, and they
didn't give me the other for muro than a
month."-Youth's Companion.


I eiort.
A firm in this city imports large quan-
tities of bort. "I did not know until a
few weeks go," said an officialofficial of the
custom house, "what bert is. Bort is
the small fragments removed from dia-
Imonds in cutting. When too small for
jewelry it is used for powd-r. The
sparkling powder is often sprinkled (Q
the heads of society belles, and their hair
sends forth sparks as from a thousand
miniature diamonds. Edison uses a
great deal of bort in the manufacture of
- phonographs."--New York World.

After the Panic.
M ss Neveapay-Why does paw look
so glum, maw? Did the bank he keep
his money in fail?
Mrs. Neverpay-Worse. The bank he
is supposed to keep his money in didn't
fail.--Guod News,

A Sutfe Rule.
New Cook-Do ye put pertaties oal to
boil in cold water er hot?
Old Cook (trained by her mistresr)--
Pitwich iver way is th' most throubie do
bie Ih' roivht way.--Now York Wuel ly.


Dog,-. Have Deteriorated.
While the, grander sort of dog has
been morally degraded by being turned
into a useless lackey, the breeds that
have happened to suit the capricious and
errant fancies of animal petters have un-
dergone a still deeper deterioration. The
sleek pug, for instance, on whom is often
lavished, such a wealth of feminine foud-
uess, has long since become perfectly
aware of his new function in the houso.
He knows he is the first pet, and he is
perfectly happy in the fact, His mind
seems untroubled by any recollection of
a higher estate. He has lost the an.ient
desire of the species to be man's loyal
servant. He may, perhaps, if you happen
to call at the house and find him in ex-
clusive possession of the drawing room,
make a pretense of resisting your in-
trusion. But his Sybaritic habits are too
much for him, and presently he sinks
in voluptuous slumber on the softest of
sofa cushions. These spoiled creatures
learn to take the fondlings bestowed on
them as a.matter of course. They are
wholly undemonstrative, and perhaps
the most flattering thing that can be said
of them is that, unlike their rival, the
cat, they do not simulate a tenderness of
which their heart is wholly destitute.-
Cornhill Magazine.

Made Theun Work.
While returning from Europe the cap-
tain told me a story of how he once-
utilized Hindoo superstition to have his
ship worked. He was in command of
an Indiamian, and the majority, of the
crew "were Hindoos. As long as the
weather was warm they cheerfully did
their work. but when a cold storm came
up they positively seemed to shrivel, and
within a short time betook themselves to
the hold, from which they could not be
driven by threats" or persuasions. The
caipitain was at his wits' ernd, but sudden-
ly a bright thought struck him. He ro-
nmenlbred the Iiindoo horror of the pig,
contact with which means loss of clste.
There lhippened to be a well fed porker
on board, which he took from ius pen,
tied a rope to its leg and lowered it into.
the strikers' quarters. The effect .as
ulectrtcal. With a wild yell every mnian
rushed to Ihe deck to avoid contact with
the unclean animal, and there was no
further difficulty in getting theia to
work in the coldest weather.-Interview
in St. Louis Globe-Democrat.


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