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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 11, 1891
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Bronson (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Levy County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Levy -- Bronson
Coordinates: 29.448889 x -82.636389 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1927?
General Note: Oliver J. Farmer, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 8, no. 49 (Nov. 13, 1890).
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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THE


LEVY


TIM ES-DEMOCRAT.


SD DEVOTED TO THE3E TTTE".lr STS OF LEVrY COIT00UTY.

$1.00 Per Annum. BRONSON, FLORIDA, TH RSDAY, JUNE 11, 1891. VOL. IX. NO 27.


The Times-De0mocrat. FARM AND HOUSEHOLD.
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PUBLIC GUIDE.

(2rnl I mtF. ilge- liv-.io rie~lynhn.
Clerk'Cirviiit ni rt-.I. 51. larco.
Sherlff-W. 11. tlingluian.'
Colletotr-W. 11. Ander~ion.
Anwtsor-.T. J.1. reVaid.
11readiirer-T. W*-.hmds..
isupt. or Lsenows-s'. Piiiips.-
&TATE orFICEIIS.
(lwver"mnr-F. P. Flen'ihwi, rallahinsr-ee.
ser-reiliry or rit:itv -lmli L. Cra'% ibrd,
CrawfordIvlie.
:-Attoruey (ieuera'-W B. Lamlar Mont!
Treasurer-F.-J3; Potts, Sanderson.,
Commiineloner of Lands".L. 11. Womb.,
ivell. Tallnhnssce.
Comtrn;l cl li*r-- W.. D. Barnes, Tallahassee.
A'djutant-General----David ,,Lag,-- Ccdar
Kev.
I~upt. of 111161c Tnstroction-A.J. &Rus-'
Snip1enle Cotirt-A. E. Mnvdli.Che
Justie; Geo,'V. P.Mine)% It. I.. Lii eltip41,
Circuit ('nurt. Fifth .1Judicial' Cirexuit.-J,
.T. F.jiV. le. ,.Irih'. oelu; s is; St %tMsAI'lley.

UNITED STATES L AND OYFiciC.

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Attorney-at-Law,
GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA.-
Prompt and :at-crul 'Attention griveii
to buinetess. '
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Solicitor in Chancery.

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Arc prepared to do-ailyand ala kinds
I1RON and WOODWORK,
Swill a@: Ttcpairnig BUGGIES WAGON
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MILLINER.


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of Lii~lo,.,. mlusi-et' aud chljdreris

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BON"NETS.
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- The Tiuics-Demnocrat three mouths
for nily 25 ci6;v.a

Tli'e Aii-I'leralin It-armer is just the
perilodicl fuieruur larmer friends. It
ti spleiPid niilgaline devoted to the
marnuaiid farming. Th -siubscriiptii
price hI oue dollar perl'egr, i don't'
fur.~;et that we seld it toI yu iRal-. !


FARMERS' ALLIANCE DIREC-
TORY.

LEVY COUnTY:ALLIANC.E.
President--C. W. McElroy, Judson.
becretary-J. Cox, Bronson.
SU3-ALLIANCES.
Bronsopn-D. U.; Marstellar, presi-
dent; J. M. Barco, secretary.
Blitch-W. 11. IL Blitch, president;
N. B. rlummer, secretary.
Cow Pen Seat-C. D. Craig, pres.
SEllzey-C. U. Parkenson, pros.:
b sham Thornton, sec.:
Irotr Sink-Louis Appel, pres.; J.
L. Barrow, sec.
Johnson-W. I. Stephens, press :
L. E. Jobnson, sec.
Liberty-J. L. Curry, pres.; Win.
Watts, sec.
Orange IHill-lHon. N. A. Blitch,
lres.; Geo. W. Willis, sec.
Pine Level-J. T. Allen, press ; J.
W. Durrencl, sl.. A
]liver'-ile--T. M. Love, pres.; G.
W. Fletheler, sec.
Rocky IIamnmock-S. 11 Worthing-
ton, press ; W. G. ilhdlson, sec.
Privilege--Jos. Pluminmer,pres.; L.
Bryan, see .
Hell Pond-
Utiii-tn-Iaac II. Swindal, press ;
O. C. Swindal, see.
Way Key-John B. Smith, pres,;
J. II. Davies, see. -,

- JAMES M. BARCO, EDrTOR.


A BIG CHOP.
It is said that Mr. Jay Gould added
825,000,000 to his wealth during the
past twelve months. Now that is
what .1 call a big crop, and I wonder,
if he won'tvhiave-to tear lown his oHl
barns and build larger ones. If wealth
brings, happinmas Mr. Gould ought to
"be a very happy man, and doubtless
he feels ",pretty comfortable, I thank
you." Sometimes I am compelled to
think that this great man has gathered
too much crop considering the num.
her of acres he planted and the
amount ot work lie did. I worked
very hard last year and blistered my
hands, also my nose and my left heel,
but [ never made $81,000,000 let alone
825,000,000, nor do I think that all-
the farmers in Florida made as much
as Mr. Gould gathered in. Now, with
all due respect for Mr. Gould, I am-
afraid he sent his boys over into other
people's cotton patches on moonlight
nights an] gathered crops that other
men had tilled,
I hear 'em say also that Mr. Jay
Gould is opposed to the free coinage
of silver, and in fact, that he doesn't
like silver money anyhow.
Well, I think I know the reason.
Suppose the twenty-five millions were
paid to him in the big round silver
dollars that we farmers are so fond of.
I'd like to know what lie would do
with them? To transport them would
require seventy-five cars propelled by
three powerful engines. No wonder
he is opposed to the silver dollar.
Whenever I make a cotton crop that
will bring-me in twenty-five million
dollars I shall proudly refuse to accept
silver in payment therefore. I shall
spurn the dollar of my forefathers. I
will then seek to become a bondholder
and will have all the people paying
me tribute. I'll quit raising cotton
then.
But pshaw! I'll never do such a
job as that, and I don't think it fair
for any other man to rake in such a
pile. I am opposed to communism,
but I would like a division, and if I
were a Czar or a grand mogul, or some
such big potentate, I would have a
"divvy" or an "off with his head."
Whatever-may be other men's yiews
on this subject, I shall adhere to the
Alliance opiLiont that it is an infernal
outrage for one man, without so much
ms an ounce of sweat, to make more
l.than all the farmers in Florida, and
Ihey sweating enough to float a gun-
boat.-Tom Sawyer.

Read the TIMES DEMoci.ir,


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FLORIDA LEGISLATURE.
TALLAHASSEE, Fla., June 1.-The
following were passed by the senate;
Senate bill to prohibit the 'illegal
keeping for sale or use of any intox'.
eating liquors in club rooms or other
places of resort.
Senate blI incorporating the Floris
da Steamship company.
Senate bill prohibiting the purchase
of seed cotton from minors without
written authority.
Senate bill defining the effect of in,
ternal improvement deeds and giving
to deeds of anterior date priority.
Senate bill to prohibit the adulter-
ation of food and medicinal products.
Senate bill to amend Section 13 of'
an act entitled 'an act entitled an act
to amend and act entitled an act 'to
provide for the regulating of the rail-
road freight and passenger traffic in
this state, to prevent unjust discrimi-
nation in the rates charged for trans-
portation of passengers and freight,
and to prohibit railroad companies,
and lessees in this state from charging
ether than just and reasonable rates,
and to punish the same.
House bill to authorize and regu-
late the selling of pools in this state.
Senate,bill to amend an act entitled
an act to incorporate the Brooksville
and Lacoochee Railroad company, to
confer certain powers therein expres-
ed and to grant lands to the same, and
to extend the same.
Senate joint resolution proposing
an ameudmni,:nt to Section 19 of Article
5 of the constitution.
Senate bill to provide for the pay,
mient, of attorney's fees in garnishment
before justices of the peace and bounty
judges.
_ Senate .biLl to- p.,,note- n(1-eneooar-,
age the culture of oysters and the in-
dustry of o3ter farming and to pro-
tect persons engaged in the same.
Senate bill to require railroad com-i
panics operating railroads in
Florida to make arrangements and
provide facilities for all express com-
panies desiring to carry on and trans-
act business on said railroads, pre-.
scribing the powers and duties of the
railroad commissioners in relation
thereto, and providing penalties for
violations thereof. ,
'Senate bill to regulate sailor board-
inglhouse keepers and the shipping of
sailors .
Senate .bill in relation to obtaining
money or other personal property un-
der false promises or for violation of
contract and providing'penalties there-
for.
House bill to regulate the -contin,*
uance of criminal cases by the prose-
cution. ,
House bill making atheists, agnos-
tics and parsons who do not believe
in the doctrine of future reward and
punishments competent witnesses and
providing a penalty for testifying
falsely.
House bill for the protection and,
preservation of'certain plume birds.
-House bill defining the manner in
which entrances to public buildings
shall be constructed.
House bill to amend Sectiod 1 of an
act entitled 'an act to incorporate the
Fernandina Street Suburban Railway
company.
House bill prescribing the form of
warranty deeds.
House bill allowing women to testify
in all civil cases in which their hus-
bands are parties, when they are not
disqualified.
House bill to repair and keep : in
condition the public roads of Orange
county.
House bill legalizing the' incorpor-
ation of the town of St, Leo.
House bill prohibiting the illegal
keeping for sale or use of any intoxi-
cating liquors in cluburoomns or other
places of resort,
House bill limiting and defining the
boundaries of Eustis,.
Senate bill fixing and regulating the
time for holding the terms of the cir-
cuit court for the Third judicial cir,
culit,


ISenate bill for the relief of Joshua
J. Mcrgan.
Senate bill amending Sections 4 and
5.of the railroad commiisssion laws of
the state, making the said railroad
commissioners elective instead of ap-
pointive.
:Senate bill to prevent, the enticing
from their employers of any minors or
other persons under contract in this
state.
Senate bill for the relief of C. A.
Butler.
enatee joint resolution Providing
f an amendment to the constitution
orfhe state otfFlorida, changing the
electionss back to' the snine old, time.
9' .' tLN. rne nobusE.
.Mr. Bitch's (of Levy) appropria-
tidn bill was again taken up, and en,
grossed for third reading. This bili
will save several thousand dollars an-
niially in Tallahassee alone.
The following were passel;
House bill to promote the efficiency
of the state board of health.
Housezbill to grant certain public
lands and the proceeds thereof to aid
in the establishment and maintenance
4cfa Conttederate soldiers' and sailors'
home.
House bill to provide for the re-
covery of lost timber and lumber, to
provide for the appointment of a pub-
lie custodian for the same and to pre-.
scribei~is powers and compensation.
Concurrent resolution requesting"
senate. ,.and representatives from
Florida aNthbcongress of the United
Stats to.urge jp. appropriation by
conjesis for imt'?-ifng and deepening
the bar-at St. Augustine.
J.t'E 2-The following bills were
p a jgn tlie senate to-dhy; L

land, Mohawk and Tavares railroad
company and to grant lands to the
same.
Senate bill to exempt the real and
personal property of the Mechanics'
Steam Fire Engine and [lose compa-
ny of Jacksonville from taxation' and
to cancel certain (ax sales on the pro-
perty of said company.
Senate bill to annul section 38 of
chapter 45 of McClellau's digest of
the laws of Florida.
Senate joint resolution authorizing
and instructing the comptroller to oo-
lain from the war department and
keep on file in his office certified
copies of a'! muster rolls and other
documents connected with theIndian
war claims. .
Senate bill regulating the fees of
the clerk of the supreme court.
Seriate bill creating the office of
court commissioner -and fixing the
compensation therefore. -
;Senate bill to define lobbying and
to prescribe the means of punishment
of persons convicted of the same. :
Senate bill to permit dealers in gen-
eral merchandise to sell the drugs
mentioned therein.
senate bill to require persons and
'corporations employing females in
manufacturing, ihechanical or mer,
cantile establishments to provide suit*'
able seats and permit their use, by
such females when not necessarily em'.
ployed in the active duties for which
they were employed and to provide
penalties for violation of the same.:
Senate bill to amend an act to pro,
vide for the appointment of county
boards of health for the several coun-
ties of the state of Florida and to de-..
fine their powers,
Senate bill providing for the fors
feiture of the franchises, grants, rights,
privileges and amenities in certain
cases.
I N THE HoVSE.
The bills passed were:
House bill providing for the leasing
of state prisoners,
House bill concerning foreign build-
ing and loan associations and associa,
tions of like character.
House bill making appropriations
for the expense of the state govern'
ment for six months of the years 1891,1
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Senate bill to prohibit the selling of
cigarette papers to persons under 18.
Senate bill fixing the time for hold-
ing the terms of the circuit court in
the Fourth judicial circuit.
Senate bill extending the time for
the completion of the Florida, Ala-
bama-and Atlantic railroad.
Senate bill incorporating the Chip-
ola and Chippewa railroad company.
House bill to abolish the municipal
government of Sanford and to organ-
ize a government therefore.
House bill relating to increasing
ihejury lists.
Senate bill io provide for the col,
sectionn of taxes assessed under and in'
pursuance of an act'to provide for the
assessment and collection of taxes on
railroads and the properties thereof
for the years 1679, 1880 and 1881, and
to which there was no assessment.
Senate bill to abolish the municipal
government of Palatka and to organ-
ize a city government, therefore.
JUNE 3.-The senate passed the fol.
lowing bills to-day;
House bill making appropriations
tor the expenses of the legislature of
1891.
House bill requiring railroad .com,
panics to-redeem unused tickets and
to prohibit unauthorized persons from
selling tickets and to provide a pun-
ishment therefore.
House bill fixing the legal 'rate of
interest in this stoa; house bill pro.
viding tor the renption of real es,
tate sold for debt under execution;
house bill enlarging the boundaries of
Ocala; senate bill prescribing the man,
ner in which certain firearms may be
carried in this state; house bill rela-
tive to the Blue Springs, Orange City
~-a- n-A-tla t-y.aiI._ p. n'n_ _honae
bill ami"e ing section 1, chapter 3964,
laws of Florida.
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
The bills passed were; Senate bill,
to abolish the corporations of Tampa
and North Tampa and to organize a
municipal government therefore; house
bill to move the-stata capital to Ocala;
house bill to abolish private seals; sen,
ate bill in relation to obtaining money
or other personal property under false
promises or for violation of yerbal
contracts; senate bill to prohibit the
adulteration of food or medicinal pro.
lduts in the state of Florida..
(Continued on page two.)

MERIT MEASURED BYSUC-
CESS.
The wonderful popularity of Swift's
Specific (S. S. S.) is the natural result
of the tests to which the public has
put it. The merits of the medicine
have remained the same, but the
knowledge of the people with respect
to its remarkable curative properties
has increased until now there is a de-
manid for it wherever the*English lan-
guage is spoken. S. S. S. was first of-
fered as a specific for contagious blood
poison. For that it was, and is, truly
a specific. But it is now regarded,
wherever its virtues. are known, as a
true specific tor all forms of blood dis-
ease. Whole columns could be filled
with testimonials to this effect.

Buclclen'ls Arnica Sa-ie.
The best salve in the world for cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheumn,
Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands,
Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Erup-
tion;, 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 T, M, Jackson, & Son.


True merit, like a river, the deeper
it is the less noise it makes.

2 The First Step.
Perhaps you are run down, can't-
cat, can't sleep, can't think, cati't do
anything toyour satisfaction, afid you
wozider what ails you. You should
heed the warning, you are taking the
first step into Nervous Prostration.
You need a Nerve Tonic and in Elee-
tric Bitters -you will find the exact
remedy for restoring your nervous
system to its normal, healthy coidi.
tion. Suprising results follow theijse
of this great Nerve Tonic and Alter.
ative. Your appetite returns, good
digestion is restored, and the Liver
and Kidneys resume healthy action.
Try a bottle. Price 50 cts, at J, M,
Jackson & Son's Drug Store.

CONSUMPTION CURED.
An.old physician, retired from prac-
tice, having had placed in hii hands by
an Enst Ifidia missionary their tfyrrmiu
of a siimple vegetable remedy for tihe -
speedy and permanent cure- of Con.
sumption, Bronchitis, Catarrh. As.
thma anid all throat and Lung Affec-
tions, also a positive and radical cure-
for Nervous Debility and all .Nervous
Complaints, .after having tested its
-wonde.tful curative powers in thous-
auds of cases, has felt it his duty to
make it known to his suffering fellows.
Actuated-by this motive and a desire
to relieve hutnan slferinig, I will send
free oTecharge, to. all-wh6o desire -t,
this .recipe, in German, French or Eit.
glish, with full directions for prepar-
ing and using. .n1t by mail by ad-
dressing fvith stamp, naming this'-
paper. W, A. Noyes, 820 Power;'
Block, Rochester, N. Y.

FOR DYSPEPSIA
Use Browjs'S Iron qIQttsel,
Physicians recoitmend It.
All dealers keep it. $1,00 per bottle. Genulti
ais trade-mark and erossed rodlines onwrapper,

--R. TI. A Subsoriber?


I T ior Old Fire Company .
"That was a gay old company that
we belonged to, Joe; away back in '88,
when you and I 'ran with the machine.'
Do you remember that big fire in
Hotel Row, one freezing night, when
fifteen people were pulled out of their
burning rooms and came down the
ladder in their night-clothes; and how
'Dick' Greene brought down two 'kids'
at once-one in his arms, the oth,-r
slung to his back? Poor 'Dick!' He
got the catarrh dreadfully, from such
exposure, and suffered from it five
years or more. We thought once he
was going in consumption, sure. But,
Finally, he heard of Dr. Sage's CAtarrh
Remedy, and tried it, and it cured him
up as sound as ka flint. I tell.you,
Joe, that catarrh remedy is a great
thing. It saved as good a man andi
as brave a fireman as ever trod shoe
leather." t

The worst of all knaves is he who
can mimic his former honesty.

Il O I".S THIS.
We offer One.llundred Dollars re.
ward for any case of Catarrh that
cannot be cured by taking HaIl'Ns Ca
tarrli Cire,
F, J, CIENEY & CO., Props.,
Toledo, 0.
We, the ulndersigned, 'have- known
F. J. Chenley for the last 15 years, and
believe hluii perfectly honorable in all
buisinies transactions, and financially
ab!e to carry out any obligations made
by their Ill'U, -
IVALtING, KINNAN & Ml[AnIN,
WEST & TIvUAX, Wholesale Drug.
gists, Toledo, 0. .
lall's Catairh Cure is taken inter.
nally, acting directly upon the blood
and mimcou surfaces of the system.
Tetimonials sent free. Price 75c. per


Highest of all in Leavening Power.-T., S. Gov't Report, Aug.17, v88t,











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..House bill to revoke apd abolish the boards of health, definIng their dts, o ..
OLIVER FARo Eu. present town government of ther, 1 town etc.; requiring conductors of |oi ':s.4l'l ...
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wit th NiT-.^&C.ATIONAL SDI'TOUIAL 'V I~o bill5 oiing~I.'.it n~nrn to get offrand provide ing Imennllics fot' oitnedbui~o.~"~fl~' le hfg fh ll f bll.. h'ch ere u
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'^ '<* OLIVER J. FAR Eitor. present town government of the town etc.; requiring conductors of t miij "LA Z 1... V''o '" L at'' *i*v ^^^ ^ rr-
. --? : ^Mu~./iof Oakland, and to reorganize the town haviiig phsicians en route on thpir T. .. J't1Wc". %." %: ...... :'' 'P AMO"j)^ .
,S": "f^-Mh~lui.U ot tt.eiii, A goVernniint therefor. trains to visit patients to stop at retgu, r 'a"'>".,.,- ,o .i. ... u ,... ..s. .o^ n":-:=-1u: ,6" 1 w ",1,.
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A3SSOCUIATiUON,

fTI8 PRAPER howell : s' ewpap
Jlv<'rtlsain aur 10 Sprume S.), Lwhero advert tImff

(Entered at the P. 0. at Bronson
as secqud clas0 matter,)

T'IUISP4AY, June 11, 1891.

The legislature just adjuorned cost
the state $67,000, The previous se3a
pion cost $72,755,01,

Florida puts up no monev for the
fair, hut the T.-l. says we will be there
just the l~ni',

Give us low taxes and a government
economically administered, and immi-'
grants will come by the thQusands,.

,hcw let Plorida democrats get to.
tether. It is neither good sense nor
good democracy to, quarrel or pout.

The Jacksonyille Tribuie, the reps
reasentative republican daily of Florida,
bas suspended for want of patronage.

The Daily Florjdit.i died with the
adjourument of the legislature---ex%
pired without fulfilling it mission,
hW4ich was to "kilt Vall."

Campbell, who murdered Mamie
uTQseph bepaueq ge wopld not marry
|iim, has been sentenced to life im-
prisonment. Lignt punishment.

oenator Call was give a-grand. re-
peption i# Jacksonville Saturday
night. Mapry of the best democrats
in Florida met to hbnor him, a4dt the
ioble "51" .wera toasted.

Gen. B. F. Butler has been ejected
from the United States district court
-room in 13oston. Gen, Butler is old and
-rich, but .Is apparently as fond of
'"---" -- M-r t any time duriqg -is
gegtacular career

The most memorable session br, the
legislature in the history of Florida
aoiiie to.a close last Friday night. It
is claimed that the bill passed relating
to jiqrors Will save a large sum to the
.. axpayeral however, we do not know
the Ratqre of the bill. The repeal of
' the railroad conumimsion and bureau of
immigration bills will save the state
annually about, $49,000 useleg ex-
pense. for which the people are truly
thankful. Another important change
ihade was, in th.e road law, and it
would have been good if they bad
one a step further and -done away
with the experimental frm, On the
whole this legislature was not a bad
pne, though much more zood might
have been accomplished had 'it not
been for the long senatorial fight, for
which we have to thank the two-thirds
Tule, It is safe to say that the major-
ity rule will preyvil among Florida
Odemocrqts P fitoire

IHere is a story- illustrative of the
5onsi dprtion Gen, Lee ~lwayashowed
for other, while remaining absolutely
indifferent to what might befall him-
peltf It was in the Wilderness fight,
and he and Gep, Q Yade Hampton
were passing ovbrc the field,. They
ipanie to a narrow pass between woods,
Gen, .Iee noticed that the passage was
well covered by thp nortnerri sharp:
hooters, who were doing effective
work, lHampton said the comu
luandHng general, "I reckon you had
Lt;tter g' roind thirotigh tlha trees and
n: et ie on the ither side, as the fire
P (l~ ts .!rpshooters is very dangerous
here."- That is all there is of the
'-p',ry. Qt c'iurse Gen. Hamptol Itid;
'Gen. Lt.e, I gues if you can walls
$ierel I can follow you." But note
the inconscionsness of personal danger
andl.The unselfiishness of Lee. These
were incessant characteristics of his.

flORIDA LEWISLATURET
1 1AT.Lr ASSEE, F7i4, J une4.,-Th-
p~ate passed the following' bills;:
{Iouse bill to authorize Duval cour-
ty to improve the navigation ot the St
Jlius river within said county and
authorizing the,issue o'at bonds under!
certain conditions in aid"'thereof.
flHous.Jiil t.enaiet -tohe revisedd
tttUta .d to'provide for th= print


on their third reading, were passed:
Senate bill fixing the time for hold,.
ing the terms of tne circuit court of
the third jtudicial circuit of Florida.
Senate bill to protect public bridges
from injury by floating logs..
House bill to authorize Duval coun -
ty to improve the St, Johns river in
said county, and to issue bonds'for the
same under certain conditions.
Senate bill making appropriations
for the East Florida seminary,
Sepate bill for the relief t Wm. H.
Summers, supervisor of registration.
senatee bill to legalize the incorpor-
ation of the town of Oakland and. to
declare the incorporation of the town
of Oakland of f!ll f'rpe and effect.
!oienatp bill establishing a criminal
court oft record for Volusia county,
Fla.
Senate bill to define the boundary
of the county of Polk and to repeal all
statutes conflicting therewith.
Hope bill to incorporate the town
of Midway, in Gadsden county, Fla.
House bill for the relief of certain
persons in Escambia county.
To prevent oppressive and exhorbi"'
tant attorneys' fees and costs in fore-
closure suits. The committee appoint-
ed to investigate the offices of the
comptroller and treasurer reported
everything in good condition.
The committee appointed to inves-
tigate the office of the comfiumissioner
of agriculture reported that as far as
the agricultural department is con,
cerned it is as per it as could be de'
sired, but that the epartneint, known
its the bureau of immigration had
been run extravagantly, and not in a
manner such as to bring it into public
favor. A bill relative to the assess-
ment and collection of taxes, also one
changing the .time for holding the
l-eriTor~tilourt or mte 5S1liT-'viitul
JUNE 5.--The following bills were
passed in the senate:
Relating to persons convicted in
Smuniciphl courts in this state.
Iheorporating the Lake City and
'Albion railroad company an. granting
lands to-sahe.
Incorporating the Hornosassa and
Withlaceoohee railloadcornpany.
Amending the present charter of
St. Augustine; incorporating the r'lor.
ida Loan and Trust company; appro-
priating 825,000 for an exhibit at the
world's fair; repealing an act creating
the bureau of immigration; to punish
false billing, false weighing, false cer-
tification of freight and other traudu'
lent practices by shippers and railroad
companies; making appropriations for
the expense of tie general govern.
meant for nine months -oft the years
1891s2 and six months for the year
1893; proposing an amendment to the
constitution of the state of Florida;
revealing an act creating the railroad
cominissiobf. The governor having
been notified that the senate was ready
to adjourn,.the president declared the
senate adjourned sine die.
IN THE HOUSE.
At 10:30 the clerk concluded read"
ing the revenue bill, and it was put
upon its passage and passed. Also the
phosphate bill,
The bill providing for the assess"
ment and collection of takes ior the
years 1891-2, fixing the state tax on
real and personal property at 4} mills
with the constitutional tax fqip public
schools at 1 mill for each of the years
Above mentioned, and making it the
duty of the governor, should he find
that the amount will raise more money
Than is necessary, to order the same
reduced to the amount actually re-
quired, was taken up and passed.
Other bills passed were; An act to
provide for the registration tf legally
authorized voters, provide for return,
of elections aind to proyide for election
generally; to provide for the payment
Sof'ttorneys' fees in justice courts; a
joint resolution requesting the congress
Sof the United States to grant pension
to the survivors of the Semiqale Indian
I wars, and to .widows of deceased vet
Serans of said wars; regulating the feec
of the clerk of the supreme court (re-
1 during the-same); legalizing the as-
Ssessment and collection of taxes in the


failure to comply therewith. .
At 2:45 the general revenue law was
presented to the house, properly en-
rolled, and the speaker and the chliet
clerk attached their signatures l.cre--
to, and the speaker immediately de-
clared the house pdjourned sine die. ,
The dlocks'of both houses were .et
back at midnight and those hodies did
absolutely nothing for two ho'rs,
waiting on the revenue bill.

The following item, clipped Pfpon
hie Ft. Madison, (lowa.) [D i ner:I,
cont,ails ii8 for.i-atioiwell I'wol ih rce-
imellbdring:, "Mr. John lthi otif ,'
city, who met with all accilent ,l fewl
days ago spraining and bru i-ii.Ig lII
leg and arm quite severely, w-i1 n.ro,
by one 50 pion bottle t' C'hainberi.in''
Pain BalmI, This ro'nie. lv i u i hhoIIl
an equal for sprains and lbriid-rs uni i
should have a place in iev ry hou -c-


N. mu -valio :! 191.
-V' Iohe 5talbi ill: C~ttm,.i ,5y ~l
kj i 1 ,3,r y trs o o i, ; J uin 3,f ot o ict ,edi-
ci'p. ito i ith,,tour ieCL. IIt i .t" 'v .0- ut -y
jiiuo, tilo .ha'~owiltalt 51. V'Swlu' i... i '..: l

xr. ST~. 1 K'* Oct.K- 1, V
I hereby t,)st~w '" tL zi.iuolr -Knniti-'9 .3fl
i. -r a girt o o l lc. iiC tli.'t 141 l of t.

~ E -A Valu BoeIok on 2.ervniup
Deaesetfree to any rid-LP.M.e
antIpoor patients can a] ) ,clbt..n
F E thils mediclue fr-ee of eL'trge.
P.,..i rmedv b:c q beenrsreperard by the Rteverenid
P~t~l:r i,. o o ot r.'[cC' l .. since UM~. and
t .bol..d.- be ,eby the
KO PP r PCo.. Chicago, MI.

F.rvge Size, 633o 8DetilestoorS91.
MINA1~g gives Instant
reif Adisan inallbl
fr.ggstcvoI amJ1d

FOR THlE BLOOD,
Wv I -.m. Malaria, 1n4igostiom and
1311 t)WNV5 IRON BITTERS.
Itm ire uiklv. For sttle by all dealers ft
medici12ne. (ICn the genuine.


hold. For sale by J. M...lar.'con.
Bronson; and W, C. Andre\\., Ar-
>Lr.Y F A iOLLAR

Parties W'anuing tov Puorcha.se FOR
The Best Autoinatic Grazing Muz. O ONE FULL YEAR
zle, can be supplied at' the Alliance FOR THE
Store at Bronson, Fla., by*Applying AMERICAN
to Mr. Cok, manager, at prices wi,.hin
the reach of all. With this muzzleon, NEW S,
your horse or cow can be turned into
your orchards and groves, and while A4ong the Best of Agricultural Monthlies
they can eat the grass aid weeds on 0 snd the only one of First-Class Quality, that
the ground as well as it they had on costs so little. Don't os at once to bu
no muzzle, they cannot bite or ihjure
the trees. For weaning calves and AtMERIag N RFa m KEW5
colts it is a grand thing. -Call and
see them and buy them, and -let your AKRON, OHIO.
stock have the benefit of the gints an.] AGENTS WANTED *- --WRITV IoR Trams.
other grazing that usually goo i wnste,
and save five times the cost iunoue sea-
son. i ali:.i'y ) i) per week: Wanted-
Vood 'V i- agents to sell our gen-
The scholar, without good breeding, Iral line ot merchandise. No ped-
S lin;uL'. Above salary will be paid to
i- a pedant; the philosopher, a cynic; "live' agents. For further iuforIua-
the soldier, a brute; and every man, 1i. ii address
disagreeable. G ENEtAL S .Y Co.,
No. 178 West Van Buren St.,


lio.on. WV. Lucas. Ex-Stale. Auli-
tor of. Iowa, says: *[ I: have niie
Chainberlain's Conugh RHeiiel i in mv
family and have no hesitation ill sayV-
ing it is an excellent remedy. I believe
all that is claimed for It, P.i.-oiis alf-
flicted by a cough or cold will fiid it
a friendly There is no danger frein
Whooping coulgh whel' tlhii renredi" i
freely given. For: sale by J. M. Jack-
son & Son, Broison ; anud W. C. CAn-
drews, A rclier.

History is a kind of .Neivgate calls
endar, a register of the crimes and
miseries that man has inflicted on his
follow man.

The New Discovery,
You have.heard your friends' aInd
neiggibors talking about it. You may"
yourself be one of the many who
know f'ron personal experience just
how good a thing' It is, It'- you have
over tried it, you are one of its staunch'
friends, because the wonderful thlng
about it is, that whe once given a
trial, Dr. King's Nowv Discovery over
ftoer holds a place hin the house. If
you lihaveo ever ucd it and should be
affliteted with a coug-li, cold oe anv
throat, lung or chlest trouble, secu.e a
bottle at onue.audl give it a fair trial,
It i6 gu ati'nfatoeedevery time 01 o1 i110 cy
refttunded. Trial bottles frce at J. lM.
Jackson's drug 1t oro.

The Strasburz Cathedral olock was
built in 1580 by Isaac Habrecht.

Just as sure as hot weather comes
there will be more or less nowel com-
plaint in this vicinity. Every person
and especially families, ought to have
siome reliable medicine at hand for in-
stant use i!l case it is needed. A 25 or
50 cent bottle ofi Chamnberlahi's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhea Renmedy is just
what you ought to have and all that
you would need, even for the most,
severe and dangerous cases. It is the
blst, the most reliable and most 'sue1
cessfil treatment, klown and is pleas.
ant to take. For sale by J. M. Jack-
son & Son, lrlonson ; iand W. C, An.
drewiS, A roher.

YOirf AJE IN(. A BAD PIX
But we will cure you if you will pay
us. 1%en who are Weak, Nervous and
Debilitated, suffering from Nervous
Debility, Seminal weakness, and all
effects of early evil habits, or later in,
discretioils, which lead to Prematuye
Decay, Consumption or Insaaity,
should sand for and read the "Book of
Life," giving particulars of a Home
Cure. Sent (sealed) free, by address-
ing Dr. Pirker's eal.ical and Surgical
Institute, 131 North Spruce St., Nash-
ville, Tenn. They guasiantee a cure
or no pay.-The Sunday Morning.


--- -.....-- Chicago, Ill.-
Do you want to save froln i5 to
Scents Oil eve dollar you
W',*spend ? If so,.wrile for'our It-
linstraled Catalogue, containing ulis-
Ir iliioni and prices .of everything
ialuafactiired iii thlie' Untitd States,
It irainifactnrers' Iprices. 10.000 il-
lustrations. all lines represented. Cat-
alogue mailed tree on application.
Address
CIIIACo GENERAL SITPPLY Co.,
o. 178 West ouan Buren St.,
mchl5-ly Ciicago. Ill.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Office at Gainesville Fia,,
Notice is hereby given that the follow-
ing.pained settler has filed notice of his in-
tention to make final proof inll support of lls
claim, and that said proof will be made
before Register and Recoiver at Gaines-'
ville, Fla., on July 18, 1891, viz:
WESLEY NOILES,- of Barco, Fla,,
U. I.. I.-79' for tie NY of NWY4 See, 34;
aaid SY of SWA Sec. 27 T. 14 8. K. 18 E.
lie names the following witnesses to
prove his continuousi residence upon, and
cultivation of, said land, viz:
T V. Morgan, E. W, Forbes', S. C.
Richardson, John L. Canipbell, of Bareo'
Alex. Lynch, IRogister.
NOTICE O1 FINAL DISCIHARUE.
SIX months from date I will present my
linal aoeounts anId.volucliers as adinin.
istrator (if the estate 1ot hararet Barrow,
deceased, lat6 of Levy county, to the lion,
Bon Frindman, liuonty Judge of .Levy
courtty, and ask to be discharged as such
administrator. JOHN L, BAR U(Wv,
Admiinistrator.
Bronson, Fla., May 21, 189t.
NOTICE.
SIX months from date of this entice I
will present my final ac'ounlls and
vouchers as executor of the estate of Rilh-
ard D. Simmons. lute of Levy comiuty, de-
eeasiA(, to the lon. tBenji.lailin rielnatima.
Co,.nty Judge of Levy county, and ask to
be dischargmd as such executor.
JAMES M, BAICO, Executor.
February 19, 1891.


TYPE WRITER.
^OfJ will buv the Od l'll Type Wrr-
t20 ler andi Check Perforator,
with 78 Characters, and $15 tor the
Single Case Odell, warranted to do
better work than any machine l wade.
It comiil',- simplicity with dura-
bility, spood, case of opraltion, wears
longer without cost of repairs than
any other machine. Has no 3111- rib-
bon to bother the operator, It is neal,
n.ubstatial, nickel played, plrt'ctl aid
adapted to all kinds of ty pu writing.
Liko i printing prInVs, it. prnod1uoe s
shiarpi', 0lCan, legible nimiiilisertts.
'Two to top copies cali bu i ade at one
writinp, Ainv inttli 'niliit person canl
becoln a t agoll opatol t in wo iday.
We oftf'er l.000 I)o i1a (>]iratlol) wiho
cill< oquni lie work of tlhe D)ouible
Case Odell.
Heliable Algents and. Salesmen
wanted. Special i".1,..1.'.ld, to deal-
For Farmphlet giving Ildoruemelnts
&c., addrless
Odell Type Writer Co.,
Rookery Buildin.g, Chicago, III.


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or Iniprovet
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Theso il,nstrtuuents 'possess
all mnoderui i mproveienits, and
have no suIerior. .They are
warranted for five years.
-Thle ehlbralcd Kelliner PI-

Sano and Oirgat works are while
I.l,,I ,i,,- i l Piuinsylvania, andi
the many instruments sold.
daily testify to theirworth.
For prices address
S. BACIIMAN, Agt.,
Bronlson, Fia


FLORIDA CENTRAL & PENINSULAR RAILWAY.


Shart Line


To oIn Pitis Ph Frulh, bilele1e ord 'west Toloridn, 3lehxlp, New 'Orleappsand tUI
SouthAN est. Direct coniiectiot:5 to all l oints North~west anid Northeast,
Time (nrtlill EfI'eit May 10. N-J1,
I. ~Northll ')No. I Wkefterl No, 9e ~'o
No, 3 No, 7 Soiutherni Div'o. No. .8 NO-. 4 I8051) 7 iUolv Ja~ville or 8 25p 1900t
4 01)If'WNo IV 1' rotnando or 2 By p9 Pa 1, f00y 8 I~s lyh jin Iv 17 40p1)12 I3
6I 2"r 11 25o IvCnMahon or I1 4Qj7 10o 112 2Sht B) 2u or Luke City Iv I ON 9S40
7 J'154Ila Iv Joxvi~e or I SAp (5iMR 2Wa WIt Nlo ,or I in .Oak IV 50M p 82.i
10 AlS 12 2q-~lv Inltwin If 1 0'ia 500 '11 ut o iiu ;ur.' p lv I Ulp S2136
11 137Y I l~p or bloike ly 11 *40at-4 -a S1i.9 11 :tHti or M3adison Iv 4 "~Op' 647z
12 4W 2 toor Flanlhtimo~vlv ",In 2 Wo. o :oa12 IByp or N1oritlcIOll]v 2 .1l~p 4 5ft
1 Zw20oVOcor CiOwn, IV 10 NoI A Tn .1 a15p or ''11ohaswge Iv I Wit I3 IMS
.. 1831Op or Silver $p'gs Iv 9 3idA -.. Wt 8.91111 or 01613,3, 1IA 12 Swop 1 20:1
.. Hais S IP or Ocala Iv 0 2 W I Maih oa 4 CQp r llIvrJumclv12 Gyp$2111at1
.. -1.7 Ohpar *Hernhos'so Iv 7 06ha.- UpI "loi'r i'eootllv In 6110a 20p
4A 3%~ 4 35p or lWvctl, t g DAN 1121 ,t."2. ..*or ,1-1t- ~l~IV I1104
S2Sa, 5 401) or 'rovarefs'ly 7 W, v1.) 50p lonIi crN. UtlPio-ns IV 8301.
0 'So 7 (l~por Apopka 1v 0 371 7 IVp
7 35a 7 45lp aor Orlando h' 6 si ; 11I 1rII .n~lmzi'ry r7ln
3 (lMl 4 4Vp lv 1'Widwood lvMS I IAcIIT 1 i jorIT..uin- iili 'ii lv I340Dp....
A (40,.6 07p or Dade Cli vi *.. .t.itfuAa 4o !T or Ski~l ih- I TOM1*
(3 2a 725par ll..,' 3 It;~ ~*,t)~ 2.n or Lonisville lviv 21
7 45a 8 35p or Fni h 4 5 0'ii7;l~..612a, or Cineinnati IV 7 50p.
-1 55p or 'IMacnldo lis& 7'" r'$~t 1.4)111IV -, 35p.
....2 31p or GoAcayille l If D 9Iiinr. UllicaogI- Iv 4151 ....
.0 21,11)anCedar Key 1 iv ..J Sitwatieeills'e ae-
-N o)'9 No. I Y04 2 .
A os. 7 andtiS da~ly: aniud 4 daily except q(a Iv J4xvil~le ar 8Sflp%;..
Sni-day. Pulnirnon sleepers 'oil aopd 4 8 I::a Iv lldivin Iv 7 40p, ....
.J eksonviiie and Tampa, 14'il ot .iyI Ip
.... o15a a or .JaSve IT(lUP.
Fernandina and (luinierlau1ltoutil". J Sta ar .Totttel' IV 5 'Ai .
Nso. 6 Yo. (00 For Brunswick. No. 5 No. 61 .. 12 01~p or Va~oltnta IV 5 oop.
4 40p 9 200aIv Jaxvieor'" 8S5% 2 I5p. .S115p or N~OW h IV 11 o00*..
A 50p 11 (05a or Fernandina Iv 7(ha 1 4Ni i 1c;oonp or Attona= A 7 4o,1..
..... 0p or Brunswick Iv.... 8 1(H0. .4 ba or Chattaul'go lv 14;!A....


8 30a 11 00p Iv Brunswick ar 86 10a > 0op
5 00p 47a 'ar hMtion lv hI 2Ilp 8 l0 (Op
S 401J0 5 arAal AMtianttl Iv 701(1) 5' na
6 80a 5 ))p a r Chattan'ga lv 1 l0)l 11 "(Oip
6 45p 6 45a or Louisville Iv 7 10p 7 1 Oio
6 201)p 6 40a r Cincinnati Iv 11 (V0ip 10 tNa
6 .6'ia 6 25n. ar St. Louis lyv 0 a 8 05lp
7 30a 5 00p ar Chicago Iv 9 10a 8 15p
Leaves Jacksonville and Fernantlina doli-
ly except Sunday. Sunday train leaves
oJacksonville 8 40 a.m.n making (uiiierlan
louite connection. Leaves Ferniiauidina
4 30 p.m. arrives Jacksonville 6 00 p.M.
Pullhman sleepillg, cars vrunswick. to
Louisville.
Ticket office 86 W. Bay St., Cor. Ioegan.
N. S. P'ENM G'IJON,"Traffic Mianager.


Trains No. 1, 9 iLd lo dully.
Only line ruilintg Putlitian buffet sleep.
inig cars between Jaeksonville anid New
Otrliaans Sleepers run onl trains No, 1 and
1, TrIins-No. 0 ahl 10 have lotal sieepHla
cars between Jacksonville and Tallahassee,
Cheap ropld trip excursion tickets new
on sle to atill resorts in the ulnted Stateta.
Gdod to rtturan until 2,ov. 1. 1891.



S Depot foot of Hogan street, Jaeksonvllie,
A. 0. MAcDONNELIo, Gen. Past, Agent4


3XAT(US POSITIVE ounERs OF ALL FoRms AN\D STAGES Oh'-v


Physician,3 endomseP. P. P. as a splen-
did comniaratiioni, and prescribe It wath'
great satirfacdion-for the cures of all,
foi,'Rs and stages of Irinmary, Secondary
nd Tortiai'y SphiuE. y-liiitiuc Rhae-
natism, Scrofulbus tUlers and ,...
})andunar Swellings. I:haumatiam. .' I
Qay Oomplaints, old Chlironic Ulcersa t





have i'elsied .ll treatment, Cntarrh, Skin
Diseasec, Eecious, CIronui Femn.le
Complaints,f trcnrial 'oiso, Tetter.
Sealdhead, etc., etc.
P, P P. is a powerful tonic and an
excellent aplritizer, building up the
system rapidly. If you are eaak and
feeble,and teal badly try P' -P. P., and


you will regain flesh and strength.
Waste'of energy andall diseases rcsultlng
from overtaxing the system are curedilb
th use di ]-. F.
Ladies whose systeiast,opedl na
whose blood is taii s!iftuaAr kro hditidiet,
to menstriail irrnigulariticii it' priculsa'ly
benefited by the wonderful touisi and






blood coilensq parties of P. P,. Ri
Pichly Ash. Pulie ot ,,a4i 1ot,*i .4 ;
Sold by all '4avglSta., '
LIrP NL4N 8RO0S., IPropru tOM,
WHOLESALE ORUGGio'T.
Lippmrisai Btre, SITAN AHX, OA.


BrE.STe Y..ttccosc.e.u too .



'. -a,... ,"titt wer. lc.I



for Lowns Gr 2esams, lanhes FF.. N. 's* 1 11~v, i
1 k~b .118 l ;.1... ,' ctd ;'l- 1 l-4.s. I 4LU.
cel1JLE'A *"POIILTI t.Al.0ic. iew Thing I
No sarcdn.rlecannlxr eleSi .I Take the Tl.mIsDA~mocitAw1
e~~e~W.~~sn~evea Wir e C-oOs., ~4k.A


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Church Direotory.
'L Methodist clhurch-,u V. SW lich-
s1Adson, pastor. Preali,ng t(he first
Sunday in each niolith, at 11 a. ll.
-a an'd 7 p. in.
Sbbath school every Sunday at 3
p. in ; 1Dr. J. M. Jacks'on, Sr., "iiuper-
-int.eudent.
Baptist Church-Rev. Robt. Keith,
pastori.. Preahinijf the third Sun-
day in each month, at 10:30 a. nih. and
7 p. im.
Sabbath school every Sunday at
9) :30 a, in.; 0. ,1. armier, Supt.
E1vangetlcal churehi -Dr. S. Bean,
pastor, prIeaches every second and
tnurthiSunday ii'. very iitonth, at 11
a.m. and 7 p. m.
Sabbath Rclhool every Suinda at 10
a. ni.; i)r. S. Bean, sulperintt-hdellt.
SeIret Societies.
Browscn Lodge No. 7, F. & A. M..
hils its regular coniunjieatimis on
thelii ir.t AMo idtty in each Inonth. Vis-
iting brothers invited fo attend.
C. A. HANXsox, See.
June 11.
1r. Scartirough's horse wag fouad.
Mutton corn is now on the market.
S tTr. Tomn Brooks, of Barco, was in
town Monday.
The Williston Sunday school picnic
witl be held Saturday. "
Ptev. L. Bryan, of Barco, mtide us
a pleasant call 'Tuesday.
Services at the Evangelical church
Sunday, *morning sind evening.
Dr: J. H. Claywell, of Levyville,
made us a pleasant call Tuesday.
Messrs. John Glisson and Barney.
George spent Sunday in Fairbanks.
r'arasltieide cures itch in ,30 min-
ute&. Price 50c. Sold by J. B. Coarsey.
Mrs. Henry Hafele and Miss Mary
hIafele returned Monday from a visit
to Cedar Key. '
S Mr, D. iL Arnistrong, of Elmwood,
was Among the friends who called at
the T.,D. office Tuesday.
senatorr Uoulter-returned home- on
Monday, accompanied by his son
Willie, from White Springs.
SMeEss-sW.H. Annerson afnd B. J.
Javis; inenibers of the school board,
made us a ple.asnt call Tuesday.
Our Lebanon correspondent should
'Trust in God and do good," .tor the
promise is, "verily, thou shalt be fed."
Fernandina will give a grand cele,
bration on July 3 and 4, and the F.
C. & P. will sell round trip tickets
very cheap..
Col. J. A. Hawkins and wife, of St.
Marys, Ga., spent a few days in town
last week looking after their valuable
properties
-Mrs. Mary Wayne and daughter
Miss Annie, have moved back to their
place here after nearly a year's resi-
dence in Ocala.
Mr. B'. F. Brown, Manager Electric
Health Resort, Hillhnan, Ga., says: My
wife has used Bradycrotine with most
gratifying results on several occasions,
Mir. and Mrs. J. M. Barco departed
Tuesday for Macon. They will be
gone about ten days, and will be ac-
c companiil home by their daughter,-
Miss Ethel,.- -
Mr. F. B. 0lyatt auts charge of the
express office in 'Fernandina, taking
t6h place of Mr. J, B. Coarsey, who
has been transferred to the Jackson.
V ille office,
The-ippointment of Messrs. James
B, Bodiford and James O. Andrews of
Cedar Key, to be 'members of the
board of health for Levy county, has
be' ien confirmed.
Mr, Isbanrz Stephens, of Ellz.ey, was
Sin -owR Saturday and renewed his
subscription to tins paper. He says
the drouth is injuring tire tobacco
S' eopvery much.
Dr. Q, S, Clyatt and C. C. Doke, of
Judason, went to Gainesville Monday.
They say extensive prelparalions are
being made for the picnic at Judsop
on the 25, and all 'are invited.
S' A. P. .taskin, state secretary Falv.
Uers' Alliance, has notified Mr. Wim.
Watt, secretary Liberty Alliance, tlat
he will endeavor to attend the Alli-
ance picnic at HIardie's camp ground
on July 1. Other priineint alliance-
1 m n will be present also.


A cilmed meeting of the school
board was held Tues.day.



!Miss Aiaii; iicks, of Houston,
Fla., is visiting Miss Jioie Claywell,
I of Levyville.
Mr. J. J. Williams, of Albion, was
in town saturday and subscribed for
his county paper.
The school boam d has leyied a 51
3 mill school tax for the coming year,
which is the same as last year.
Sheriff Bigham went to Gainesville
Monday and bought a fine lot of horses
and carriages for his stables at Archer.
t The first watermelons on the mar-
ket were brought to town Tuesday by
Rev. E. W. Rush, of Judson, and sold
to J. B. Coarsey.
Messrs. ea. C. Price, J. A. IIawkins,
J. B. Tyner and A. N. Williams, of
Williston, mad- us a pleasant call
while in town Monday.
The American Farm News is one of
the finest agricultural magazines pub
polished, aid we giye it to our sub,
scribers free of charge. See ad.
If you decide, from what you have
heard or read, that you will take
Hoods Sarsaparilla do not; be be
induced to buy any substitute instead.
Mr. Porter Smith has bought the
meat market from W. R. Perryinan,
and will supply the public with beef
every Saturday. Mr. Smith has his
own cattle, and can always sell the
choicest beef.
Nash was taken to the convict
camps Monday, where he will spend
about three years for attempted mur-
der. Jailor Stewart noiv has only
one boarder, a white man, held for
selling whisky without license.
It continues to rain about in spots,
and while some localities ihave all they
want others are correspondingly dry.
There was ho rainiat Levyville Mon-
day and very little here, but on that
day the Wacasassa was flooded.
Ioirn N. NA. Blitch returned home
Saturday. He stood by Call until he
was ekected, as the people desired, and
no one can complain that he fas not
on the side of economy in every in'
stance. -He is a true allianceuian.
The panther's foot sent us by our
Judson friends was too much deco n-
posed to be cured. There are two
jyore panthers in that neighborhood
that will probably be captured soon,
and we hope to get and entire skin to
place, on exhilitionw
Sheriff Bighafh has had built, at
Archr a large livery stable,.and will
run about ten horses in that town.
Our popular sheriff, though riot an old
man, was one of the first settlers of
Archer, and his reminiscences in re,
guard thereto are highly interesting.
Judging from the way some ot our
people attend Sunday school, we sup%
pose they think the weather too warm
to go out. We, would remind such
ones that "there is a land that is hotter
than th iso' and the Suilday school, is
the place to learn how to escape going
there.
.There will be a picnic at Old Sta.
tion Pond Hammook on July 4, EV.
ory arrangement has been made to
make this the grand July picnic of
the season. A platform has been
made so that all who wish may dance,
and everybody is invited to come and
bring baskets.
Dr, Jackson says a police f6rce will
have to be appointed'to keep the alli
gators out of town, The ponds north
ot town haye all gone dry, and in or-
der to reach the. lake to the south of
of town the alhgators pass through
the streets at night on foot. A numu
her of them have been killed in this
way.
Sefiator W. R. Coulter visited his
son Willie at White Springs after the
adjournment of the legislature. The
senator was the champion of prohibi-
tion and law and order, and succeeded
in getting through a number of im-
portant bills. Levy county has cause
to feel proud of her senator and reps
resentative,
J. F. Jackson, a wellaknown clot!b
ing man of New York city; has rooms
at the Duval. Mr. Jackson has just


returned from a trip through the state,
He is accompanied by his son.-Tele,
gram.] Now this is too bad. We
had felt proud of Mr. Jackson as- a
citizen of Bronson (if he was an anti)
and to think he should go back on us
by registering from New York.


Ti sc of


A


arsapari ia


I Th" happiest man we kuow is Doc. Is a concentrated extract of Sarsaparilla,
SheffieAld. Last Friday Mrs. Shefield Yellow Dock, Pipsissewa, Juniper Berries,
resented i ith the firstco f Mandrake, Dandelion, and other valuable
Presented him ith te first coy of v .e remedies, every ingredient being
the second edition of Sheffield; weight priily rure, and the best of its kind it is
12 pounds; estimated value unknown, possible to buy. I .
Due. is getting along very well now, It is prepared by thoroughly competent phar-
and we think he will look like him rnacists, in the most careful manner, by
S, a peculiar Combination, Proportion and
selt again, but expect he will lose hi roess, giving to t-curative power
cotton crop. '
We are getting very dry, but corn .
is growing yet. There are some at oPO uliar
the finest cane crops here that we
have seen. If we had sale for syrup T o 0 ItS If -
and sugar we could make money on
cane. We cut the, first watermeon Itwill Curewhen in the'powerof medicine,
cane. cut the. St watcrofula, Salt Rheum, Blood Poisoning,
today. We think this soon for us; Cancerous and all other Humors, Malaria, -
and we have mutton corn pleu y, and Pyspepsiap. Biliousness, Sick Headache,
last year's corn, too. Owing to a large Catarrh, Rheumatism,. and. all difficulties
crop last year we are unable to iuse ith the Liver and Kidneys.
It Overcomes That Tired Feeling, Creates an
all our corn, and have furnished Appetite, and gives great mental, nerve,
Jone-ville and every other plac near bodily, and digestive strength.
here more or less. Hepd's Sarsaparilla is sold by all druggists.
The largest picnic of the season and s r Prepared onlyb Hood
& Co., Apothecaries, Lowell, Mass.
the most to tat, will be at Judson on N.B. If you decide to take Hood's Sarsapa.
June 26 All are invited, and if they rlla do not be induced to buy any ether.
don't come.it won't be our fault. O D s
Mr. R. P. Miller is quite sick. 10 D oses
"SHILE, .

.-Items from Lebanon. OneDollar
Correspondence Times-Democrat.
JUNE 6.-Times are dull-no rain, NOTICE.
no grass, no crops. I don't.believe I -T.TDER and by virtue of an order to
ever saw vegetation in'the woods so U me directed by his Honor Ben Fried-
f -.man, county judge in and for the county of
badly dying. : Cattle will soon be suff Levy, State ol Florida. I will, on the tirt
fering for water. I am afraid there Molday in Jtuv, A. I)., 1891, the same he-
.... t w 1 am lig legal sales day and the Gth day of said
'till be plenty of corn buyers in this month, during the legal hours of sale on
neighborhood another year. Cotton said day, offer for sale to the highest and
is genei-lly poor. I try to kep in 1 'ir for cash, in front of the court
Is geneay poor. -try to ., eep in h,,,, -'.,,. ir Ihe town of Bronson, al that
heart that rain will come time enough. ei T, :1 ,P.. i piece or tract of lnd lying,
for us to make a little. Health is situate and being in the county of 'Levy
pretty good.and State of Ilorida, known and described
pretty goo. on the'public.maps as the SE quarter of
I attended a sabbath school in Gulf the SE aoarter Sec. 18 Tp. 13 Range 15 E.
hammock not long since, condu containing forty acres of land more or
amock ot Since, conducted less; sold as the property of the estate of J.
by Mr. Page and wife, and although C. floWard, deceased, late of Levy county,
it was under a palmetto arbor,1 doubt ,Flo Y a. iUhler t1ay or.nitles.nr,
there being mapy in this county. or
state that excels that little school. SHERIFF'S SALE."
If dogs do not suit the citizens f TTN DEI, and by virtue ot an execution
Leon county they do in some parts of cuit court o directed, isled ouit ofte ir
Levy, and if dogs are taxed I hope t.,-i.a. for Levy county- in 'a certain
our honorable statesmen will reiL.em- i" ,14,: ..."' ,J. A.& J. !1. Einsteiii, of
ber that the large bear killed by Mr. 1:,- "h'* (-, r-i.v ,aintlfl't and Willian
R. T. King a few days ago would- siill f;'- .1. ,l.,'ii .M,- ,fh, A, I)., 1891, I have
be living had it ,ot been for his faith- :-' l .1upn 1nl ill sell to the highestand
9-i iilbdr I'..I ..'i-i, before the court house
fill dogs. Should that mian have to -i,,, i. ,,11 1 w ". u ,l' Blroison in said comrty,
pay from three to five dollars per head ii'il.- iir i...l.v 11 n July, A.D., lI91,-
on those dogs? I answer, never To0 t sn ne ; ,,e th day of sad m onth,:
"- "; tIl in'l- ai I,.,irs of sale, the follow-
feed then is a pretty good tax. Q. ing real estate to-wit: All that certain
tract of land lying, situate and being iil
... thecounty of Levy and State of Florida,
A LUerary S'..nst'io. and imore'partleularrv described as follows
Since the departure of A nelie:, t.S.it0. W..-hif o f W S tIn '.nr aNE
,II -!,NV 1iilar'e", S iii ,fiNE qua 1-4
Rives-Chanler from this country al- i-r. ,w lu.,rr.r I .I.irt, ri. See. s5T. 11
.. ,1 Mi: .| .:r ...t N I..it.i.r of 0 -.'.' .
most immediately after her marr'ia., r. 12 :. i1: w .,i ,. ;.r carterr lri .;
we have had only brief newspaper IC .r,' s,.' .. l 17 '.,itaiing d
paragraphs concerning lier lil'e andi -,:,ir rl i.' i.. I ii, li. r..itainents and
,,l.,I I'TT ,I .i.. | -' li, '.. ,, I,.,l u .-ing or ally-
literary intentions. Not a little curi- ,;s..,- i,...t.,, i, ng or ca
l i i. t l, -. l .\ Ih-..:IrI.% Levy Co.
osity has beep displayed as to the pos. ff',-i. B. Coulter, Plt'fs attorney.
sibility of her complete .withdrawal Mway .i1891.
from the field of letters. It is now NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
nearly three years since anything of Land Office.at Gainesville, Fla.,
importance has appeared from her Maa 4, 1sn1.
Notice is hereby given that the follow.
peh, but no one has believed that the in-named settler has filed notice of his in-
exceptionally, brilliant author of "A' [i,'.i, t:'1 li.xe final proof' ini support of
e i If;l, .iad that said proof will be made
Brother to Dragons" had finished her 1i-'in ,- i Circuit Court at Bronson,
in .Fla., on Satfrday, June 27. 1891, viz:
career as a writer. A recent para-. MARY BRISCO, Wil ow 1 of David
graph in the daily papers announced Brisco, deceased, of Archer, Fla.,'
the fact that Mrs. Rives-Chanler was H. E. 14260 for the WV! of NIW3 See, 12 T.
1 118. S T1 E.
hard at work upon a new novel de, He n ames the folowing witnesses to
stained to arouse the entire literary prove.his contiiUous residence ulion, and
,c cultivation of, Said land, viz:
world bv its- artistic merit and, bold Richmond lMeKinney, Nathan Rauls;
t. T b Irvin Johnson, Morris Jackson, of Archer,
,originality. There have been many Fla.
conjectures advanced as to the prob-, Alex. Lynch, Register.
able source through which the iew *NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
noyel would be given to the public. LaND OrIICI~ AT GAIxESVILL t. FtT ..
Notwithstanding the high prices which No.tee is i ayi, t;... l t 4,iie'folr.ing
Mrs. Chunler demands for her manu" named s ttl( i'i.. tni I. i iof his inteni-
tion to make In.Il ,i'-.0 1I -uppol0t of his
scripts, it was known that many pub, claim, and t .1 i ,i.-.i .will ioe made
lishers were in the field in competit- bre eitr and Reeeiver at Gainea.
.r i omp yviule, I"I.. .", saturday, June 27, 1801, vizz
ion for her latest work. While many MRS. CATHERINE A. BILLINGS,
rumors were afloat, the Cosmopolitan of Albjon, Fla., ,
Mfagaziie had quietlyv s curedd it fand H. E. n so0) for the NW'V of NE!, NY f
qu NW and SEu1 of-NW, Sec. 2 T. 12 S, It.
placed it in the hands ota 'faimos ar 17' E. ,
.u. ti. n .,, i s. a.. He names the following witnesses to
tist in Paris for illustration. It is an- 1,,,,,. ., iin.. residence upon, and
nounced now. that the first chapters li, ,'I. 'i d J. H. Buti
IV. C.. .iriI. Win. Gonu, J. H. But,
will appear in the August number of ler; C. A. ii li"u-I, of Albion, Fla.
the Cosmopolitan, and that, in the ALXANDER LYNCgister,
estimation of critics who aie most corn- I I E
'ADA, MINISTRATOR'S -NOTICE.
ptent to-judge, this last, story will be A Lb persons having elaims against the
the most finished, as well as interest' A estate, of J. C. Howard, late of Ievy
ing, product of this versatile Southern country, deceased, will present them to the
pen. The story is likely to be the i., ; .-.. II,.. I.,'.; .,,,i *ll persons
indebted to said estate-will please colne
literary sensation of this year. Its forward arid settle at once.
publication in the Cosmopolitan is a Sheriffand Ex.O f.A BIGHAtor.
guarantee that it will contain nothing Bronsoni, Fla., May 14, 1891. nmi.
of the kiud that, excited criticism in
Amelie Rives earlier productions. y h A PER E fMONTi! Good wa-
JL ges to those who are not
OUR P.RotEMiUs. OId A .Good Position!
We give with one year's subscrip- goods sell on sight! Used by all bus-
tion to the TIrMES-DEMocrAT your E E EEN 'G CO., Ltd,
choice of the following publications No postal. West Alexandria, O.
for the price set opposite: lilNainme this paper.
itural Call and TtMIs-DENIOCu1T.. .$1.00 ,., r i. .. -, ,d, John.
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H om e M magazine .. ...... ..... 1.25 r' 'I.;': 1," .. r.' .*ilSto
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theyfiave injured us; nao'ur' n they o ty at S lfetime-The
have, we seldom do anything but de- TrIMEs+DF.roCRAT one year and a corn-
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ead th, setot SDns" ,'opts fore .
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Ret. J. It.i. Kendall, Macon. Gas.
Rit. W. A'. Chandler, lPretldellt EmourY
College. Oxfrerd. i4.'.
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IV. S. .;ortnn, Tttadlno-n. Fla.
N.V. [I. L~aurence, editor ChilionView.
(Clan1on. Ala.
Revt. .Ichi Ft. Gregory. Birmingham, Aia
Rtev. IenrS LA. ThlOArci. 3Montgo~mery, .Ala.
And th~ou~sands of ohern in inery parttal
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moved? lReturn mifl Iwilltibring you aibro.
chure of 200O pages ernnlaining lithese points
if' you wilt drop a p001111 In
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HOW SIR RICHARD DIED.
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Stately as bridegroom to a feast
Sir Richard trod the scaffold stair,
And, bowing to the crowd, untied
The love looks from his sable hair;
Took off his watch. "Give that to Ned.
I've done with time," he proudly said.
"Twas bitter cold-it makes him shake.
Said one,. "AhI see the villain's look!"
, Sir Richard, with a scornful frown,
Cried, "Frost, not fear, my body shookl"..
G lying a gold piece to the slave,
Ile laughed, "Now praise me, master
knave!"
They pointed, with a sneering smile,
Unto a black box, long and grim;
But no white shroud nor badge of death
Had power to draw a tear from him.
"It needs no lock," he said in jost,
Trhis chamber where to-night I rest."
Then crying out, "God save the kingt"
In spite of hiss and shout and frown;
He stripped his doublet, dropped his cloak,
And gave the headsman's man a crown;
Then "On tor heaven!" he proudly cried,
And bowed his head-and so he died.
,, -'Walter Thornbury.
A Cataract In Labrador.
The interior of Labrador undoubtedly
is the largest unexplored area on this
continent. Up the Grand river, which
empties into the Atlantic ocean at Hfam;
ilton inlet, are the Grand falls, which.
if everything is true about them that is
reported, are the most stupendous falls
in the world. They are only about 160
miles up the river, but only two whita
men have ever: seen them. Mr. R. F.
Holmne three years ago went fr.:,m Eng-
land to visit the Grand falls.
He organized a little party to accom-
pany him inland, and arrived -within
about fifty miles of the falls, when he_
was compelled to return On account of
the failure of his provisions. The Labra-
dor Indians-say these falls are haunted,
and they carefully avoid them, believing
that they will- die if they look upon
them. The two white men who have
seen them are Mr. Maclean, who, as he
was ascending the river in 1830. wa.s
stopped by the falls, and Mr. Kennedy,
who over thirty years ago had charge of
Hudson Bay post, in Labrador. Mr.
H.lme says the height of the falls is not
certainly known. but in some respects
there is little doubt they are the greatest
in the world.-Goldthwaite's Ceoogtraphi-
cal Magazine.
Bef.oseu -the Landsoape Painter.
As we stand before a great landscape
by P.o. ieu hike the "'Ravines'of Apre-
mont." lately in the collection of M.
Marmontel. or of the "Boar FroRt," in
that of Mr. Walters nt Baltimuor, one
must c.,ll up a powerfully built iman of
middle rire with a full brown beard; a
wide, high forehead, which his friends
declared Ulyimpian: a shapely, straight
nose; hair worn rather loig., after the
fashion of forty years ago; direct hmIlpidl
gaze from eyes of unsualil lar-gness .ud
grayi-h blue In color, and a month whose
linit- indicate the alesurbed man and thi.
reticent. He was an extremely thought-
ful, man, not by any means mfileleba and
the furthest remove from stupid; he
was one of those, who are hard to win
for a,friend, but once a friend, eminent-
ly the person with whom to pas. weeks
Sin the pursuit of a worthy study. There
is the sympathetic man who talks, alnd
the sympathetic man who is silt-ntr.
Rousaeau was the latter. Yet be could
talk, and talk well, on nature, art and
music, and he wrote a charming letter.
-Charles De Kay in Century.
Small Farms. *
One of the mistakes of the times is the
popular belief that everything in a busi-
ness way must be big. The idea has
.grown out of our haste to growwealthy
mud from superficial calculation, such as,
if one acre pays $1'00. 100 acres would
pay '$10,000;. Men seldom make such
money out of vary large orchards, and
while a source of envy to small holders
they are, often, in fact, just holding on
or are running ahead on borrowed capi-
tal. The men who make money and are
getting rich out of horticultural pursuits
are thcse who do not attempt more than
they can look after personally. From
ten to eighty acres are the sized tracts
which pay the highest per cent. of profit,
if they are properly conducted. The
idea that a living cannot be made out of
smallplace has' retarded many from go- .
ing into a business in which they might
now be making an independent living.-
California Fruit Grower.
When Pnek Was Slang.
This word affords an instance of the
way in which slang words in the course
of time became adopted into current Eng-
lish. We now meet with pluck and
plucky as the recognized equivalents of
"courage" and "courageous." An entry
in Sir Walter Scott's "Journal" shows
that in, 1827 the word had not yet lost its
low character. ile says (vol. II p. 30).
"Want. of that article blackguardly
called pluck."- Its origin -is obvious&
From' early times the heart has been
popularly regarded as the seat of cour-
age. Now, when a butcher lays open a
carcass he divides the great vessels of the
heart, cuts through the windpipe and
then plucks ou.t together the united
heart and lungs-lights he calls them-
and he terms the united mass "the
pluck."-Notes and Queries.
Aneedote of Miehael Angelo.
Michael Angelo, at a time when Italy
paid so much attention to ancient art
that modern had no chance of being
judged fairly, had, it is said, resort to a
stratagem to teach the critics the fallacy
of shaping their judgments by fashion
or reputation. He sculptured a statue
representing a sleeping beauty,and break-
ing off an arm buried it in a place where
excavations were being made. It wag
soon found alnd lauded by critics and
the public as a valuable relic of antiqlui-
ty, far superior to anything done for
centuries. When Angelo thought it
had gone far enough he produced the .
broken arm, and, to the great mortitica-
tion of the critics, revealed himself as
the sculptor.-New York Ledger, .


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