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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: August 13, 1891
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Bronson (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Levy County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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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BRONSON, FLORIDA, TiHUSDA:, A UGUST 13, 1891.


VOL. IX NO 36. ,


The Times-Democrat.

PUBLIC GUIDE.
COUNTY OFFICERS.
County Judge-Ben Frioinwan.
Plerk Cirouit Court.J. M. Barco.
,heritr-W. H. Binghanm.
Collector-W. It. Anderson.
Assessor-T. JT. Prevatt.
Treasurer-T. W- sliands.
Supt. of Schools-S, Philips,
STATE OFFICERS,
Governor-F. P. Fleming, Tallahassee.
secretary of State--John L. Crawtford,
Crawfordvitle,
Attorney General-W. B. Lamar Monti
cello.
Treasurer-F. J. Pons, Sanderson.
Commiseloner of Lands-L. B. Womb-
well, Tallahassee.
"icoinptroler-W. D. Barnes, Tallahassee.
Adjutant-General-David Lang, Cedar
Key.
uIpt. of Public Instruction-A. J. Rus-
sell, Tallahassee
Supreme Court-A.' B. Maxwell, Chief
Justice; Geo. P. Raney, H, L. Mitehell,
Jil ,1- 1 R. W. Wilson, Clerk, Tallahassee.
C1;.,-;t Court, Fifth Judicieal Circuit-J,
J. F.nley, Judge, Ocala; State's Attorney.
W. L. Wigs, Palatka.
UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE,
Regiter-Alex LyI ne.
Rieceiver-V. J. Shipman..
. Surveyor-General-)Y. U. lloxham, Tal-
alasseeo,

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B EST Material. Best work guaranteed.
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GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA.
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p.EIIY iM, COLSON,
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WILL gi.e all BILLS fI r ioll-cti.uii
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Solicitor in Chancery.

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TTorsc asil buggies by the hour,
day Ior eL-l:. Plhosphate prospectors
Cail le accoilinodated.
W, H. BIGIIAM,I
je-.91-.ly Proprietor.

Denhoam & Glisson,

Llaoksmiits, Gun.miths
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BRONSON, FLA.
Are prepared to do any and all kinds
IR9Q1 and WOODWORK,
Saeh as Repairing: BUGGIES WAGON
Plows, Etc., at short notice.
S 'Wagoti making a spe ialiy.


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ALLIANCE DEPARTMENT

FARMERS' ALLIANCE DIREC
TORY.


LEVY COUNTY ALLIANCE.
President--C. W. McElroy, Judson
Secretary-J. Cox, Bronson.
SUB-ALLIANCES.
o Bronson-D. U. Marstallar, piresi
dent; J. M. Barco, secretary.
Blitch-W. II. II. Blitch. president
N. B. Plu minmer, secretary.
Cow Pen Seat-C. D. Craig, pres.
Ellzey-C. D. Parkenson, pros.
Ishamn Thornton, sec.
Iron Sink-Louis Appel, pres.; .J
L. Barrow, sec.
Johnson-W. II. Stephens, pros.
L. E. Johnson, S6O.
Liberty-J. L. Curry, pros.; Wm
Watts, soc.
Orange Hill-lHon. N. A. Blitch
pres,; Geo. W. Willis, sec.
Pine Level-J. T. Allen, press ; J.
WV. Durrence, see,
Rivr,,.'-l-J. MA. Love, pres.; G.
W. Fletcher, sec. ,
Rocky haImmaock-S.11. Worthing-
toln, pres.; W. G. hIuidson, sec.
Privilege-Jos. Pl'ummner pres.; L.
Bryan, sec.
Shell Pond--
Union-Isaac II. Sw.indal, press ;
C. 0. Swindal, sec.
Way Key-Johiu-B. Smith, press ;
J.H.I Davies, soc.

JAMES M. BARCO. E]ITOn..

I GA. S VST THE SUB-THEAS-
U-RY P-LA.N
,ii .\llIiuae Dep.rtpenti
In a recent, 'number -Sister King
dioutta iy orthodoxy on the sdlject
of women suflib'-.e, and nlso the Sub-
TreahPurV bil.-
She, inotwithstanding, pays me a
very high complirncut for liunestly of
purpose, which gave rue very great
pleasure. as it is in such marked and
iyv.orah!e contrast with the course
taken by minavy oiur Al-liancewriters
who tolerate no ditrence ot opinion
or independence of tholijLht, but anath-
ematize all di'senter- from their dog-
mns as "Suld out to the mooney power,"
"Traitor within our gales," etc,, etc.
'As I unilerstauil it, the recent pro-
nunciimient,' of President Polk de-
I~ea ;icglun.st all open discussion of
bot-h sides of all questions embraced
in the Ocala lifi.rmn and holds that
all discussions should be in the chain-
bers of the Alliance, There ar* pos
litical questions in which the whole
American-pedople are interested, and
it seems to me not in harmony with
reDublican institutions to confine these
discussions to the secret meetings of
aniy oath-bound combination of voters.
Then he says that none who oppose
the Sub,Treasury bill should be elec,
ted to any office from the highest to
the lowest. Of course, from this time
on all who have cqme into the order
for the sakeof getting office, and all
who come in hereafter for that pur.
pose, will be in favor of the Sub-Treas-
ury bill. The great mass of our orn
der who came in for a higher purpose
will still take the responsibility of do-
ing our own thinking in all political
and religious matters in accordance
with the agreement made at the time
we were initiated. Before accepting
the obligation of membership every
one is assured by the highest officer
that the duties will not conflict with
our political or religious views.
Now, this Sub-Treasury bill does
conflict with my religion and my poli.
tics. It is a political question with ir-
religious tendencies, and I believe it
to be very bad politics, It violates
the first and foremost of Alliance prin-
diples and goes contrary to sound fi-
nancial methods.
"We demand equal rights for all
and special favors to none."
This SubsTreasury scheme discrim'
inates in fayvogof a few at the expense
of the many. Only a few of the rich
est counties can take advantage of its
provisions, and the poor, sparsely set
tied counticsstruggling for exi.t'nc(


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Must be taxed to build warehouses in Itons from Long Pond. He .::, ;*,. i. Durii" ihh e pidemic of flux in this
.'which to store the products of their Correspoienace i'.,.- Democrat. Perhaps nincteenstwentieths of the county last summer-, I Lad haid work
great plantations. The poor men who Auy' 5,--Mr. T. W. Wilder, of happiness you will ever have you will, to keep a supply of Chanimerlain's
-Iting f,* .i and rl mColle, I :-I ano liarrhfia Remedy .
- live in log cabins and raise squashes Plant Civ, is visiting friounds and rel- get at hom. The independence that Coi, Pe ic ofte) n iee ten or
and tomatoes and cows and pigs and atiyes on ~w g Pond.. cones to a. man when his worK is over t e miles m the night to i.-
oranges and pineapples and hay and "-Mr. W WW, Clyatt, Jr., of Ocala, and he feels that he has run out ot tie of the Remedy. I have been sell,-
potatoes and eggs must submit to tax- -and L. J.'i:i.. of Bronson, were the storm into the quiet harbor of ing patent meiciicis for the past ten
action to enable the corn and cotton visiting heuds and rertives herse ast home where he can rest in peace and years and tid that it has given better
. planters to speculate in corn and'cot, -'We'xt n many thanks to Mr, and with his family, is something real, satisfaction in cOacs of diarrhmoa and
tols. Til s fr the dance we It does not make much ,l,..,-n fliux, than any other medicine I have
I am not "in favor of this bill or very mumci e 1 Friday nigut at whether you own your house or have ever handled.-J, 1I. BExIAM, -Drug-
- something better." I believe it is far their i-esi-euce. one little room in that hose. You i.- Golconda, Pope Co., 111l. Over
worse than nothing. The government A ctr,.in young man of the vicinity can make that one little room .a true iie hiunred bottles of this remoe v
; earns no money. It has no money ex-. has b n' ifg for a month or two to home to you. You can people itwith were sold in that couny during the
cept what it gets from individuals by cui moustache and his father, such moods, you can tur to it with epi ic referred w th only a edy
not n oww of the new enterprise, feet success and was the only remedy
borrowing or by some sort of taxation. inquired ,f him if his tace was smutty, such sweet fancies that it will be fa thatthat-did cure the worst cases. Dozens
' If the government loans money to a but at the same time he perceived the luminous with their presence and it of persons there will certify that it
cotton planter to-enable him to specu, few hais struggling for existence. To will be to you the very perfection of a saved their lives, In four other epi1
late in cotton the government #iust have a lnustache and a girl are the home. Against this home none of denies ot bowel complaint this Rem-
Sget that money from the rest of us. greatet irations of a by. you should ever transgress, cdy has been equally successful. 25
; g t o o h r o VVondu' which three Long Pond. a .50 con t bottle for sale by T ZT '
But our Sub-Treasnry advocates say, s are en o oftenat PinePoint? You should always treat each other and 50 cent bottles for sale by J. M
- "Let the government issue more mo- Our caonmunity is quite healthy at with courtesy. It is gotten not so dif'. Jakson & Son. Bronson; and W. C.
ney," A circulating medium is of two present. ficult to love a person as it is to be A drews, Archer.
, kinds; one is money and the other is a When will the rainy season come? courteous to him. Courtesy is of more Set a hen on a china egg and she is
trustworthy promise on paper to pay Water is greatly needed in the wells value and more royal grace than some better oi ~
- money. and pobds. This year has been re" people seem to think. If you will
This paper promise answers a good "nirkably dry. PEARL. but be courteous to each other you 2 he Pilpit and the Stage.
purpose so long as we trust the capa' DiSCOV'EIED BY THE PO- will soon learn to love more wisely, eov. F. kM. Shron't, pasLor United
city and 'honesty of the promiser. PLE. profoundly, not to say lastingly, than BreIhren Cfhurch, Blue tMound, Kai.h
S-c -aos: "i fool it ziiv ddutv to tell what
When the Government issues promises Mo n .uif the inventors and vendors you ever did before.-Farm and Fire- wonders I )r.R Kin,'s 2ew Discovery
to pay in bonds or greenbacks, those of the various nostrums that are offer- side. has done for ine. 1My ings were bad-
oteaisotmtarolrlv di:etsvd, and iny epal. 0'isoyers b;e-
papers are a forced loan and at once ed to the public to-day, only to disap State of Oio, City ofTuledo, led Ico liv o aew weeks.
become a first mortgage on every pear and be succeeded by something Lucas Coiiunty. s. I took five bottles of Dr: King's New
farm in the United States. "Now, is it else tomorrow, make the most sweep. Frank J. Chcney makes oath that-Disver3 icudml u s ", and, woll4
good religion or good politics for the ing and absurd claimsfor them. They he is the senior partner of the firm of "Artir Love, nager i over's Fui
Government to mortgage my orange are heralded as curealls, and, it is no F. J. Clieney & Co., doing business in nv Folks Co linhallion, writes: "After
grove and your potato' atch against ~wonder that the public has become the city of Toledo, county and State a'lioi'ogh trial and convincing-ecvi-
our will to enable the corn and cotton remarkable f t aforesaid, and Lt-at said firm will payi dunce, I am confident Dr. Ki-ng's New
Iante t ,late?. T upiciu-. Te mostemarkaeact .the sum of ONE, UNDRE DO-) Discovcrv or .y fo .. -, .i.].,i..h beats'em"
planters to speculate? This sub-treas- in the history ot S. S. S.' for, unlike aL" s o. OnE IIe Ie o aL d cures oO ver hli-t g else
Sbloa o LAR for each zind every case o CA- ,'ai s. The0-eaest kindness I can do
ury billae should be entitled "a bill t most other proprietary medicines, it ArIna that cannot be cured by the use ,,,y ,anlv thousandaii friends is to nu. "
encourage speculation and unsettle has al-history) is this: That a great of Hall's Catarrh Cure. thleim to ti- it." Free trial bottles a
values" which it would most assuredly any of its virtues have been discov v. FANK J. CIEN EY. Ji. MJack.sols Drug Store. Regular.
do. Suppose a speculator invests $5,- ered by the people themselves. It has Sworn to before me and subscribed: sizes 50.coits and $1.00. .
000 in cotton and puts it in a Govern, never been advertised as a specific for in my presence, this 6th day of De- A good thing to haye round" the
melt warehouse. On this he caniii :.a -r, r 1 yetthri ru -.m r, .. D., 188(. u fe
-draw out 80 per cent. which will be --' ,'l ging to sh i hat .. A. W. GLEASON, -- .
$t,000, and with this he buys $4,000 il cure that dread disease. These Seal otary Public. c SUMPTION CUU D.
more cotton and draws out $3,200 in testimonials are of such a character An old physician, retired from prae
now made motgages on orange groves, that there is no "going behind the re, Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter- ti-cc, having -ad platedin his hands ly
l He can continue this process till he turns." nally and acts directly on the blood an East India missiouarvy the formula
can, with his ,.5,iulm to start with, buy and mucous surfaces of the syste-m, ot a siniple vegoliable remedy for ihle
nearly $2'5,:)0 worth of cotton and A young man who married 'a "but, Send for testimonials, free. speedy and pcerianent cure of Con-
increase the Yational' debt and the terfly of fashion" was unable, a year F. J. CI-IENER & CO., Toledo, 0. sumption, Bronchitis, Catarrh: As-
"money" in circulation nearly$20.000. later, t proyi(e ''erub" for his butter-, g!Sobld by Druggists, 75c. tlinia and all throat and Lupg .Afec-,
Our Alliance brothers are evr corn- ions, lso positive and radical cure.
Our Alliance brothers areever com- fly: A bridegroom six feet seven inches for erous Debiit and all -
plaining that the National Banks work a ll
ury to the country on aount of ecimet Cases. tall has-recently taken to himself a Complaints, after having tested, its
their ability to expand contact the I. ifrd, Nw asel, is, bride who measures three feet one wodei.iul ciative powers in thous-
h .a i was troubled with nouralgia and inch. Love me little, love me long hands of eases,. has' felt it -his duty toa
currency.. 'Whuatever power of that rieimalisin, his stomach was disor- was the burden of their song. make it know n to lis suffering fellows.
kind they have is certainly to be re- dered. his Tiver was atffcted to alln Actuated by this motive and a desiro
gretted and should be cu 'ed, fo r I look ali rni-ig de'ie, apeti e fell away. "
greeted and houd be cured, riblv reduced in lesli Mr.,John Carpenter, of GooJliaci, to-relievh.lii i i .. l ..... I will semi u
upon a stable and inflexible currency and strength. Three bottles ofElectric Ind., says: '"I tried Chanmberlain's frl.e of charro, to all who desire it,
as the sheet anchor of the substantial Bitters cured .him. Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Reniedy, this recic, in Ge'lGermian, Frenchor En,
farmer. But it appears to me that the Edward Shopherd, Harrisburg, Ill., for diarrichma and severe cramps. and g .lish, willh full directions for prepar-
National Bank's powers for such mis ad a ru oe his l of igh pains in the stomach and bowels with ing and u Sing. .-nt by mail by lad-
-cears' standiilrg,-Used three bottles ot
chief are very limited, for the entire le1tri-c Bitters and seven boxes of the best results. In the worst cases I dressing with stamp, naming this
circulation of National Bank notes is Buckien's Arnica Salve, and his leg is never had to give nore than the third paper. W, A. NoveS, 820 '..u..r-.
sound and well. John Speaker, Ca- dose to effect a cure. In most cases Block, IZoche.:-tor, N. Y.
less than eleven per cent. of our circa- tawba, O ., had five large fe-ver sores one lose will do. Besis it's otr ,
lasting medium. As compared with on his le. doctors said he was incur- it is o Mabel-I was awfuly stuck on you
the sub-treasury bill, their ability to able. Onel bottle Electric Bitters, and good qualities, it is pleai.-ant to take." M ,w y
tle -sub ntreasuy bl, thei ability to mone box ;ulcklen's Arnica Salve cured 25 and 50 cent bottles for sale by J. M. once, Jack, Jack (gratified)-When
inflate or-contract the currencyis.not iiii entirely. Sold by J. M. Jackson. Jackson & Son, Bronlsu ; and W. C. C as that? Mabel-Before I knew you.
worth considering. Audreows, Archer.
Not only is this subtreasury bill in Promiissory notes are frequently AIuckle i's Arnica Salre. "
conflict with our declaration of pur- classed as paper-waits. Little John Jones says that his The best salve in l the world for cuts,
poses and against the teachings of all teacher in arithmetic ought to be dis- Biri ,(, Sores, Uljlers, Salt Rllm um
S' As a general linient for sprains Ier ores, Ttter, Chapped .a-lins,
financial history, but it is following in I r r missed from school because she inva- -C(iMilinis, Cori),. and all Skii lEriip-
f l b i w and bail b-se or tori lhluniatisni. laime
the wake of a tendency of which we -, ., or sriably sets him a horrid example, tions, niid po)-itivey ,i r:.s Piles,ii: ion.
S. seated or sular pains, u I is g tt ii
loudly complain, namely, taxing the Chanliierlai'is Pain Bal n is unlrival- aive perfect satisaclion, or 0iioneyr,
poor to enable the rich to get richer. led-. For sale by J. M.Jackson & Son, O u A E IN 1 BAD FI tulcd. Pri e 25 cent. pir bx. Fo
It is not only faulty in principle but Bironson ; WV. C Andlrews, Arche!r. But we will cure you if you will pay sale by J. MI, Jackson, & Son.
utterly defective in detail. From bes us. Men who are Weak, Nervous and
ginning to end it has not one redeem- To every new subscriber paying $1,, Debilitated, suflerhig from Nervous 0UTl 1P9y iUMS. *
.ig feature. a year's subi-cription, we include a Debility, Seminal weakness, and ail WVe gve with on0o yJar's. subscrip-,
As I understand it this public ex- year's subscription (worth 60 cents) I. ,.r early evil habits, or later ins t.ion to the T!or:s-~-.I:0u tosr your,
pression of my views on a political to the great literary arid home month- dibcretions, which lend to Premature choice of the following publications
question which concerns the whole ly, The Rural Call. Decay, Consumption or Insniy, fr the p t t:
question whch concerns h e fshi-uuld send for and read the "Book of ie p c 5, Io:-t Q..
American people renders me ineligible say, Mrs. Douglas, can you tell Life," giving particars of a Home r .1.
for election to any office in the Alli- me how to get tp soninew dishes to -.' Sent (.ealed) fe, by addri-ss- ,ir-,e;, 2. and T.-.1l....... .... 1.0,l
dance. Yet in behalf of the rank and please my 5amiil? 'They have gr-own uig Lir. Parker's Medical and Surgical --,e me 'ine andi -D....... 1.25
file who have no axes to grind; who tired of maush and milk three times a sturste, 51 North Spirune St., and .... ... 50
se d ,. i r B ville, Tenn, They guarantee a cure i,.kon ( :.to 'rh:s an T.-D... !J:0 -
le justice; who demand free speech rs, ,.--"W,, Mrs. rown, or no pay.-Thhe Sunrday Morning. Manoih -:clopI aid T..-......- 1.150
in a fee country; who ask fair playI am surprised that ou have not ..........
and not favoritism; who orpose mort- heard the news. Go to the TtnrEs
gaging the farms of the thrifty to loan Die::., :: T ..i.- :, pay one year's sub-
money to the thriftless; in behalf of scription in advance, and the Editb ri Highest of all in Leavening Power.--U. S. Govt Report, Aug. I7, z8S8
the faithful, true, industrious tillers will give you the American Farmer
o t s, *I eTe n p i one vear free. In it you cannot only ,*' i
o, the soil, I enter my protest against leaif-n how to make new dishes, but -.' (, -I .,' -.
this "unjust measure. you get many instructions from the grat ,- '--..H-. -- 1 r :
I want to be placed on public record Ladios' Department of great value. I "- --
now as onposed in toto, on principle could not do without the American Ti" ". 1. 't ." y)-, [ '
;and in detail, to tile whole scheme, so Farmer now. | -*^^5 v'. __ i- : --
- that if by any possibility it should be' S
come a law, I can sav Ilam innocent opportunity of a htetime- -Th '. ,'
Sof the collapse and desolation which TiESsDnMCErAT one year and a corn-
- are sure to follow, plete set of DicKens" woriis for only ...-: .- -
SDuDLEY WV. ADAMS. $1.60. :,-. i. ....'. ..,)V -


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The Times-Democrat. county oft tie State under the supers stories o, i poems, and til ous d C H LD B i- : RTi .
viion of relithle and intelligent oh- nartients are replete with -ilepfii nand i MADE EASY 1 *
servers who will reportt to the Jack, amusing matter, and there ae ;a(R,;, BR ONSON, F?'A., o. s.-arS {t'oatLI.
-z- s mvilleoffice, whence a digest of all 200 illustrations, besides aB aautiul heard Lient, every gr Dea lr in ."
DEMOCRAT PusLISHiNC CO re, orts will be disseminated monthly. water-celor, "!Ply l all, Pa' viich dient of recognized value and i'q "
SA system of weekly weather crop bui ap~,eAs to eyvey admirer anddevotee constant use -vy the medical pro .' .. '
'" ... J"q" a- 'a f"il,"fe .ssion. Tha sefngeredientsairecom-
OLIVER FA MER Eitor. letins will be a leading feature ofE tho of basebaI. And this is onl a fi.. fss. Ts ents ar. cor-
K.,r. ofState work (luring tie gro'0ig e;pason, I.,,e of what one gets monthly in 66 Mb n ::h .
r ME iAEO IAi' ON;e FlfORIDAt hi-ch' will bo valuable to the com- his ideal Family Migazine, thi,'; is 6 .OTE SR
r s r ierc ;d agriculture of the State. published for 2a year, by1 9
t .tTIONAL DITORIA The inst'unients necessary for mak- nings Demorest, Iat 14tl; ew
ing the observations are a sot of self- York ity. WILL DO all that is claimed for
SIS PAP E'idb.ta'n 'ngi- l l.:i;' h: 'inon ti m ininimunl m i r. ieAND MORE It Shortens LaboF, ,
A.Iv---.lan in ..g Si r p. rovwlet.l.,8i.-.,wndt"-' f. ,' ro- ter-.*ana '1 L essey Pa, Drn;s .Lsessens Pain, Diminishes Danger to -
7'Av.rti~lnKihir oa pricost. h.wii'i.ilv-rliiat' tneernlolnetel', a ,,i;n ofnaCh il.easur- o a Ch id b "
traci 1 Li. t ^i. ye', m measur- Are broken down from overwork or household Life of Mother and Child. oml
S: :...a- -a-; stick d and an tru ter of lt, ares rown~s Iroi Bitte:. to MOTHERS "mailed EREE, con- The Kellmer Improved
(E. teaid at the P. 0. at Ipronson twice work m which t pace 'the ther- I' I .,,I', .,i. :. O, ,rti vee- gaining valuable information and
as seconil clais matter,) mnometers. In vi i e fact that -- .-.---' voluntary testimonials. -- .-.: 7 S
.-. the entire -,,i-: i present wholly NOTICE FOR TPUBOLIR",CO.,ON. sAttn eGressnr eiptofprie$ pr-t
T'iUIUSDA, Anugu.st 13, 1891. vo'untary and intended to benefit the Land tlOico ,. i, ;, ..; a B .L DRUIOOISTS. .. ..(.. ftlant.-nt pteeS
".-"" ......-.'- State of Jo'lrida, there will be no corn, ie ic lierey .-*, t. t t -n s. a .: .. .. ... T instru ets p esg
Blanie'. presidential boom is boom petsation attached to the making of na s1 tleil i o al 'i'n1 moilcrn iiPl'pov1!7.Ints, and
"ig. observations, and the instruments will 1b,, id ItnI sat h ,r'oo i i nele l "' '/ .... ... .. h tye I! stuenior. They are

Tie G. A. I'. has- drawn the "color, reuire to .e prchnsed from private v4 l'l., 1-.- .... -.-_._..--- i warran ted for fiyv years.
S. : unds -b i:ol i ..: or b, an appro-, JAMES M, JACKSON, ofrion, --
litne.., ...ip.ci( iuncis. : -- I The celebrated Kellner Pl-
SQuncils d. 20177 f Vr th .' oi'N1 N n W of .. ,
The Flod(la A grictiltrit is o 0 of This will he the only expense re- se. s. "c 'T .12S 1,.1-; .. ano and Organ works are.ihe
,-M .. ., .irin, Ieeun.as the :. I. '.5 S ht D e entee VIii--nia, and
the hisst agricultnai'i d fuan'er a pia, quir ed t o start the work. W lhen the M,,.. I......ilr.t..... eoitte npei:i ,' .... 1,13 a.s. '. c o., cal, Feb. 1a. '"-r...--" .g.. ... .st in ...nsylvania, a.. = ..
pers that comes to this office. system of observations becomes estab- ("I', ,' ,, h "; by, ema cylh d.i o .' t ; ,
S .. wished on boring pasis, it may be Lee, William Lee, of tWilistonh. Fih r 1wo i.ttl-s ol taseor ,oei' ori many instrme .s
Th .iIatchFarifmei fid Fruit.. necssr to endeavor to raise a fund ALEX. LYNCH, leeistor. Toc rheath, and he is now ., '' '.daily testify to their worth.
Grio; i a most excel ent agricul to be used for Drintintg the weekly and NOTICE FORC t EUBLICAITION. l M nAEL O'CON EL. -. ,, ,.,, ., i
tura .s. n tis ma ng won b etin a4 pce at Gainesvill ., A Ter, e. M. Fr pries dress
i'ti' it is mmontho y bulletins., 'P1 A.lUSt 7, s Ml. tssr Nrwsrulav, id., March s. "159. -- .
derfill afi.anaces.n| unil.r rte man- !t ist'dsirei that persons wishing to Notice is herelvby iven tliat the rollow- My daughter had eilp.y o svere that a -. S. BACIMiAN, Agt.,
.. t- io in -named settler lhas liled notice o0 his in- .ould h."--e 6 or 7 fits over 4 hours. mue -. .. :
agblteit o lii owe eobeain the appointment of observer.for tentioni to mke fin l proof ii sllppa't qf hi liatly s.ter rsing P samr Koenig's Nerve 'Toni. roSii Fla,
Seiir counties file their applications at (lln, and thtat said proof .will I) made ..e spamsi -. 1 ir ,be" r ani fule *
Cleveland-ill BeRthie -fi~t presi- etpiesos apre Register and receiver ataines-. ,'autso '.. ., '., ;..; .-ei _., __ --.. _- ,-- dt
SVthe earliest practical date. it is hop ,'ille, Fla., on Septeiboer 22, 1891, viz: mtirely ceesed. Defbtre going this .I,.a4Ine hei
'.ident. X ey b do not like his .position on ed> iiiI i was very w'iFt, but now n lout F'F l-T PTiTT A? Ar Av
e il.,v er q .. .u .io, t sh h ed that p the ress of the State will take WESLEY NOBLES, one of the heirs artny ror, ad s is i i'e FLiiDA CENTRAL & PENINSULAlR RAILJ A.
the silver question, but as he is a and urge the immediate ort the irs of ne 3L.l;., the fits by th use of tigrcat remedy.
up this matter and urge the immediate a. J. a. ANaw.B
statesman and, we believe, an honest (; f i. .i i a cO, I'ri,, ee sn re tloai en a? l:
nan, wehopeit willbeght establishment of station- irq every Ml. 16515 I,,..1 Swt Se. T='r. 14 S. It. Ane e F SriI L.rt Line
n a poor p-ootients can also obtain K "
S. county. It is the desire ofte Secr- le niaes the following' witnesses to his nietich free of charge.
certain nsa aI newspaper tary dAgcultu;e and the Chief ot pIove Iiid contilioqoi rei-une, piona, and rThi r.r-' lI L-1sprepared by the Rleverend
4 certa cna,:nal newspaper t -ry ofAgriculture and the Chi ..vatio ofsal.. i .. ... sne.. 16. o all points in south, Middle and 51West Florida, Mobile, Ne.v Orleans and tht
published in rt black headlines the Weather Bureau to give a much Tholmas ). Morgan, 'S. C. Richardson, Southwest. Direct conne.tios to all points Northwestnd Noptheast
ubiished p gre..t ahnsE. W. Forbes, of Barco, Fla., and John KO G1410 M eC. ., D..;, Is.
t m the ade crats had lost Kentucky Wider in the recent election, but it was not and frost-warnin.gs in the interest of ALEX.LYNI, Repitci:t I ,Botns South. North. No.. 1o. easternn Di-. N.o.2 No..
true. Kentucky is all right agriculture. rir"'L( FOR PUBLICATION. No. 3 No. 7 Southern Div'n. No. 8 No. 4 8(5p 710ai lv Jaxiville" ar 825p 120p
S. An t mnt Land Office at I.,.i- ill, ia.. "AiAKEqSgiveslnstant 4 50p 10 10a Iv Iernandina nr 2 55p ) 40a 1 00i, 8 l' Iv Baldwin Iv 7 40'p 12 lip
Among th many ayantages to be .i:.- '1tl S | rsieforandis a. nlib e 6 21 p 11 25a Iv (Cn'1ahain iar 1 4.5. 7 lila 12 2Sa .9 42a ar LalO City l C 5p -9 42a
governor Fleming has issued a sup derived tcn a State weather service notice is herebv given that the tellow- D uggistsorm na. tkg 7 5lp l it5" Ji jaxfi] f I p Oc 2 00a 10 3a r Live Ok iV 508 8 25
plement throu-gh the Staadard and the following are mentioned; ti-na0edsettlel filed notiefhis in 01 city. 17p ar 1, ere h ll 4 02 41.p) 47,.
Jloriqian 'setting forth his reasons for 1. It will be the mfieans of securing his lih-imi, ,il, thhi t siaidrof will e mnae 2Ir -et "i2o1 s m :.a a 12 5pr IvT O 4ee hv 2 ip 4 s
b fore James M. Bioeo. ele-i,C Circuit ('t. rt NO''IUE". "1 i.a 2 1) ar (irn'a lv 10 15i t SIta 40a lo
o viig Senator Call a certficate betterforbeeasts by having local data r ns a,,on 2 i" 1par Si'erSpgs 6a 840a 11ar 1
.. B n'so :, iFl .... O, "e '"2""1" 1i ,i.ited States Land" Off"ic211a ,144r, ar Ot la Ilv ~ 24la i f a 10.0Ka 40Up-a1 Rive-r I J I m1i 2 8 12 l'
Of eec.t i io po. appoQ,pntee 1s tO from every section of the State to study E.\ 'Y LEE, otf Jidson, Fra,; Gainesville, Fla., July O, 181. 7 0p ar Homose.ssa iv 7 00a .. 6 pO 10 acp ar rensaeolv Iv 6;30a 2-4lp
I.... ." "O t ITh e eteedat hi 4p 43 ar eem sbr lv 75ba 6 ... 10 ap r l icle lv l a2 p
e doth not yet ippear,.but it will not in connection with the storm movez.Hd. 181s24 for- the N WM NWy Sec.-2r. 10 COMPLAINT having been entered at this 4.ita,54p ar Lesbirg lv 7 -0a 1i .II .. i 70a r No il.e Iv 1 .-.':
a S. R.15 E. 0t1cliv b t'iihons 1J. W illifinis against 5 25a 5 40(1) ar 'rvares lv 720a .9 50 .1). 7 0nas' N. Orlesr 8 p
ake the U. S. senate two niofiths 'lto meInti. e naiiies the following witnesses to Vinlinin I):. Rice for aannloniii his home'- 6 45sa 7 Olp air Apoplia Iv 6N 7a 7 4l) .p, I' .
evsoI ot1 go.vernYors prej- ltbrings thiebenefits of the weath- roe hs eoofntiniio ls resi1nFe upon, an-.N steit dae i 1 : 4 111 d l O .... r tr
diced decision. er bureau into every county ofethe stateR r. Miller, WVn. pervis, Joseph w. R. IIE. in L evy >ouitv. :. ;l .I, "a i7 1 "0 r .nd Lilyes e........ I sh"vilse iv .2oa ..
S i. Hoganl, A. IIolson, of Judson, Fla. view to tihe (calnc lation Of .i- i ill tthi 6 25a 7 28p ar Ilant C-.y 1I .Vi5 a 7 7 ...) a ar r-i Liinall Iv T.WI>a
----- bIr by oirn +ho the flaz yrt m ra f n onl vsa AI.- 'l i N-N i-r R i,..,;.,,,. said.i -a i=l _n t ,- n h" h- -ol v Slim nonulle 16 !1 l 4 Ht S )S ar 'allna. v I 5Ola 7 ;l> "-.. ". li 1 ,i-.i"" ih ;" I ...


Thde postmaster of Gaifesville has
- placed himself in a very suspicious
an&l "nehviable altitude by his appar.
ant harboring &f Harmnon Murray,
and'failure tiurhin-m over to tiWe
authorities. O'ie ay last week Post'
master Bell met Murray in a& housee in
Gaindsville, by appointment,:and had
Sa three hours talk with him. The
Rur. i;e, 'any-nt d or so many crimes,
io be thus profcie'l liy 1 presuitably
good citizens' 1omethings wrong.

sE'i' "1liH E.1\A.1.PLE,
The followers of Senator Call foir'
get the respect d ie o@.sy,e nom, '
Florida, when they spaltei him with
4pithIts. They forget their loyalty
as democrat whetitbth.y attack' hifi
for what they suppose he will do here-
after; and they exceed the limits good
iaste sets to sensible men wheir tn'ey
assufimib that the g6oernor is wrong be
tause he diffeis'from them.-Stani'dard
No man has been more unmerciful,
1~ and persistently abused than Sena
tor Call. His enemies have piled up
on him all the ivoes of the' past, an
e h with all the ills' that are t<
com 'nd yet Cail is "'a democrat
and a senator 'froio florida. We in
ylte the Standard's attention to the
following paraphrase of its own words
S 4e o ent of ,,,t,,, (al for
get the m expect due a senator of Flor
.ida,'i ..,, they spatter him with epi-
thets. "2;' h forget then- loyalty u
democrats '1i ,..I' .,t attack mm J.;
what they suppose e ,) t s ~ he)'Z- te
ler; and they exceed the liiits good
takte sets to sensible 'men w hej the!
assume that the senator is wroIni be
caue he differs from them.
If the Standard, ineans what it says
P.r if. its -grds are not a mocking
sound ltke the tinkling cymbal, it wil
prove iit self asserted honesty b)y set
ing an example. Out 'af hiiie oiwv
niouth art thi'au condeuned.-

SFtate Ieatlicr Sert'ice.
The Signal. Service office at Jacli
nonvtile furnishes thie State press wit
~lle fi'low!,ing interesting information
It. is mtietn. to establiahll a ta
weather service'k iu da to co-opet
ite wit" the national Weather Burea
of the partmeut of Agriculture h
disseinting the foiecias iand warn
ings of the 'Weather Bureau, So 'th
1ll the people ofthe State may derw
She V.efijts to be obtained, therefrag
4POQO il~e will be hep centre i
.tlic~ 1,.rap.ti will he sent, nu
wheree the data wil be tabulated.
Station s will be 'established in eac


to warn. the people of coming weather
changes.
3. It wiil give to yery county.sta5--
dar'a. os i os imium raiilte, rainfall, etc.,
sources of useful information at all
times. '
It places within reach of local agri-
cultural societies means of accurate ob'
servations, which, in the course of years
,must proye a gat Ialue in the study
and adaption of cer.els.
,5. It brings thescienOie iamd rnmeaodbo
,ot the Weather Bureau into the schools
!of the State, teaching pupils the appli..
cation of scieicei i fostering agricu 7
turaf interests.
S"-6. It leads to a collection of rainfall
7 statistics that are invaluable to engin-
Seers in the drainage of cities and towns,
' and to a correct knowledge of rainfall
over certain water-sheds of the State.
Y 7. It leads to obtaining accurate
:meteorological statisti'a for legal mases
* and will lead to a better practice of
medicine when physicians' can study
. diseases with reliable and accurate
meteorological facts by their side, and
for sanitary purposes such records are
d very valuable in applying preventive
o remedies for the public health.
t, '8- It lessens dishonest speculation
N at tle expense of the farmer by furnish
e ing correct reports of weather anI
crops throughout thie State in its sys-
: tem rn 1 wcely wcattHr crop bulletins,

WAS IT 1 'UICIDE?"'
s Why marriage is sometimein a fail-
q; ure is an interesting and important
- -questio. to all; and everyone, married
d or single,slourl read ( the absorbing
y story with the above title, by the poet-
i novelist Ella Wheeler Wilcox, written
in that popuIlar authors most forcible
, style, which is published in the Sep,
g member number of that always bright
l periodical Demnorest's Family Maga-
s zine. It contains, besides, an abun-
n dmsce ot other good reading mattere,
just'the sort that oue enjoys at this
season. There is a splendid article,
iUy illustrated, about "Brazil;", "A
C' Poet at Home" tells about' Ella
h Wheeler Wilcox and her lovely home
n: and with it are Dictures of "the poet's
e corner" .iiaportraits of lier in sote
r" of her noted gowns; whether you eyer
u enjoyed that rare sport moose-hunting
y or not, you will be interested in "A
I- Stray Shot at a Moos,, ',written by
ai the fortunate amateur sportsman whoi
'e brought down his game at ts first
hi. shot, which is also ~lnety il!.stiated
to "A i7even Days' Tramp an\ ihat it
d :Cost" 4easrib.g, a "tramp" made by
eight gi'Ils ad a ehapron, and the
It chaperon tells the story; then there are


NO'Tl FORIT PUBLICATION,
'L:nd Oflice at Gainesville,1 ila
.Aigupl4,r 1i511
nam ed -,..it r Lj., i fi..,I I',.i.- i ni intelln-
tion.to make linail proof ini support ort his
laim, aand that said proof will be made he-
f i.... I 1 t.... ... ..I,-,0 1 5 ,1..,ir ; ' n.lt at


near .t winliston, IN., before G'0. '.
xWiill.. .-.'i*,'., on the .26th day of Anugst,
1s ;1: at'10 o'tl ock .1. ',, respond and
fuitlish testimony .l........ ii_ svid alleged
aijiido ni e t. 'ii.
Alex. Lynch. Register.
y. ,T. Shipmn, lieceivfer.
ST.hoe .stoinl ill ir ...1.i.-id ,i by this
Office Septeinl)er 2S., 1811' *


Utoe J. il. lmt.ado, c erL ircui luourt* a t
Brorson, Fla., on Sept. 2 1891, viz NOTIICE FOR PUBLICATION.
JOSEPH A-. PREVATT, of Bronson., LAND' OFI.'-cE AT GAIFiNsvILLe.. FLA.],
Fina., Jinly 1.7, 1891.
lid. 16775 fr the NS, ot SEY4 See. 24 T-, 11 Not lic is IheI;,v giyen that the following
S. I. 15 E. n l ed setllerl. t 'Sj tA-ld notice of his inten-
Ile names the folJowinli witnesses to tion to make final prof i. support of his
prove his continuous residence upon, iand elai i:.. .. il i ii I.,'.' ,.i i t il I i lie-..
cultivation of; said land, viz: lore .n .lI '. r i ,, .,i n..-. ke ciresul
S ill. ,1 Ia;rris, F. M31. Biickalew S.P. court .,I l.; .. rI ., ..i -*-l,. 14, 1891,
Turuer, aine:;i Lew ism Bronseo, 1"' vi: '
SAVi. LYNCH, ; -:' -i.-i. MAIRY A. WILKIN'SON, of Ley-,
vi!lo. Fla..
TICE FOR PUBLICATION. 15293 for the S See.3) T. 11 R. 16
SL. tnd Office at Ga'inesville, 7la., E. F .
It, August 7, 191. i, 1 11na."s the f .11.I-., ,- nitimesses to
Notice is liem ehby giva that the' follow- pr'te tlil o-ntinto ,- i..-.l. ,...- upon and
in -namined settler hlas'fied notice of his inl- (elIt'iv sll, of, sai:huliid viz :
lentio i to make final proIf "in support of 'I I'hillipt, JiJ n I airt-(.1o.ti. 1 tel",1 n
his claiiii, and that said prorwill be minade Jolnson, s ALEXAiDERs, L Yif t imf, i..
before Judgce Circu.it Court, or in liIts ib- AL'XANDEILt YNI'll,
sence the clerk, at Bironson, 1ia., on Sei't. 2-(;vw Relister.
28. 1891.sviz:
Y A. STEPIEXS, wilow-or N()OTICE lFO( ) PUBLICATION .
n' Bi.',. lesllan dee'd., ot lofsland oftlee at (, ..I. -. ;ii. 71.
I .ehiXaimoi, 1J1., J',l '', 1h--I.
Il, 10172 for the Ni'. ors,'I; SW1 oef SSE: Notice is herel)y given that the follow-
k *iOd SEK"' of SWV Sec. 2A1 15 S. t. 17 ginnameil settler hias tiled notice ilf his in-
E. -tn-flolln to 1al."e"1inal :roof in *fi!, l' t of
lie names ithe following witnesses to li1s claiit, aw'iiilb t siid p'of ii. 4e mInade
prove his continuous residence upon, and l ebre Cler ici .rc iti '.11rt a 'rouson,
cultivation of, said land, viz: Fla.;, on Selitelmber 7, 18Ol, vi":
Janies Weeks,. XA'ron D.yess,of l,einon, EDWARID L. KIRIKLAND, of Otter
Fla ; A. T. Turner, leo. lhari.nreavls, 61, Creck. FI"i.,
Parkerslburg, V Fla, r er .140ofo firr the N wy4 See. 14 T. 13 S. 11
ALEX. L1YNCl, 1 .isteir i4 R
ir.O ... I.. -l'owi.0sg w itte.-sses to
NOTIICE FOR PUBfLICAT1ON-. 'prove.l-,'..',.-.i.... residence uloni, anud
Land Ofice at Gainesville, Fla., cultivation of, said land, viz:
August 7, 1891. Satinuel H. "Worthingtonl, Wim. YE. Y!ialr-
Notice ishereby given tiat the follow- ,t l it.e.'w A'. Vk k, ;.1 I.l M. C., l 0.Q of'
ili-allmlled settler hias filed notice of his in- lu e,;, 1 'i.
tention to make final proof in support of ALEX. LYN II,
Ilis claim, and that said proof will ie nmade lgi ter.
before register and Receiver at b(.aiMlns-
ville, Fla. on September 25, 1891, viz: I'ETI )ID-L-L, L
DAYID M1, ARI?*'RONG, of Iharco, TypE WRITER.
Fla.TYPEITER.
1l1. 41-00 for thel NE Secc. 24 T. 14 S. R. 18 --l_
l". "' ,1 *l tl.. .ie .4"1l Tvno W -
oe uin-ea s the following witnesses t 0 ,will' the"i hel k'. Pe riiil o1-
p,)I ivc i conlltiilmotl residence lupoll, amnd a h r t
cIlt iv tlo6iof, saKci'lai.d. viz: with 78 Chliaretelrs, an(d $15 lor tlhe
.1. J. Johinson, E. wI. IA'orls, .10111n Single Case O(ti'll, wirraiiited to Ido
Strawn, John i. Siailey, 1ofBa ei, la. better wVork- thiall a ll a nchine i'rade.
Sl* .FL1. '""U Register. t c0]lii'sil)l'ity within dtra-
DI) you w'ilt to save fromm 5)* to 1>ility, speed, ease of opera i6.., weaIrs
cc iitson every dollar 11 ou longer lwitlhout cost of repairs thaln
Ssl)nld ? If sb, v. I ii for our II- ny other iimahi ine0. Ias noI I rib-
Ilstrated C,,I:,I ..- ..-.... -,. Ii. :" bon to b thethel he operator. It is neat,
Sratio 4s ai d plircs of .. I, :- substantial, nickel pla led., perfect and
iniiufactured i' th m. -. )d1'ptd to all kil ds iof" 1'p wr'itig.
at ina ifati muret 'i 'i -ie- s. I, I, il- ,il 0 pirimtiii g press, itr, l'odl.cs
l,s[ralioiis. !ll l~in cs .,;],rescnite Cat- .- t':,. )," leg-ible nlll ahu" crijts.
alougie nMiilod tree t.'-i. Tppliation Tv.,. '0 c .oopis'4n1 11 be niad(. at one
Address N Liti "A \ i fleli nt e'so cain
CiiAo(;.O \ (, ENT-"AL Sufi.Y -Co.. 1,0c1ot qa goodil o1)p1r'lorii iii two dIl'ays.
C"n 01< : ur e St., ^aWe11'01 t am- oeruatr who
No..17S \\rest Yal liBill'els XSo.er 0 $,..00 I a|,v ollilmIItwil0
ich5-lv i.....--.Il. equal the worl of liuh )Double

g BROW S' ROWN'S IRON iTTRS l.,..I ArT',t -, .. ilt -.ien
itr Iiniigestiolln. iliiio 'Iess, p:-1.,snr 1aHm.. ilwanted. Special :|,, I .ln ,.,- to dlcal-
mria;'Nervol .'l te:s, an il (ielleral I),' i ... ; -I I .'% e'm
citms rem inmendl i it. All deaclrst lr'it; cei uill e- w 0,1 Palli)]I d ll lelt ll i ilt' lo'lPAi|tt
hbastuI' e 1i;.rk tid russecireidlinusa uaei ;!)p a.m i c., a .l l 'ess n V"* '; '
Ode1 Typo Writer C,.
Itoikerv 1,t hilling, ChM{,i,,C1f11 l


S .. .. RB. M I d; ILL 'I .
athePcc 1m c 14liWiitehush .
Read the TimEs DEPO CCAT.


...... 1isp ai wai Iv1 sa .....
...... 2 S p ar Gainesville Iv t0 'Oa .. 9 .
...... 62 l: ar Ceder key Iv 6 ,'C ... ..
.ios. i antS daily; 3 and 4 daily except.
S-\\day. Prllman sleepees on 3 and 4
Jacksotville and Tampa.
Fernandina and Cumberland Route. .
No. 6 No. 60 For Brunswick. No. 5 No.061
4 4(1p 9 0a l Jaxville ar 8 50a 2 15p
f50p 1 05a -l' Feriiandina lv I 31a 12 4;5p
...... 5 00p Ar Brunswick Iv ...... 8 00.
8 3'-a 11 001) Iv Brunswick ar 0a 3,0 op
S00p 6 47a ar Macon lv 10 20p )t 'ip )
8 4(ip 10 35a ar Atlanta Iv 7 (Op 5"10a
6 0o 555r) nar Cli,..i -.. Iv 1oOp ll Op
6 45 p 6 45a1irt I.,. -i ll.- Iv 7 1Ip 7 210a
(i 20p (i 40a ar Cincinnati Iv I1100p 10 la
6 45a 6 25n ar St. Louis Iv 8 O80 8 05 "
730 a i500 i>ar Chicago Iv 9 10.' S 15t.
Leaves Jacksonville and VFernandina. dai-
ly except Sunday. Sunday train ll ave.
Jacksonville 8 401 a.m. making Cuilmberls:i11d
Route connection. Leaves Fernandinat
4 3o p.m. arrives Jacksonville 6 00 pi]',m.
PIullnan sleeping cars Brunswick to
Louisville.
' Ticket office 86 W. Blay St., Cor. ]Iogan.
N. S. PENNNGTON, 'Trafllic Manager.


. 7 1.... i p ql 1t Lou t Is Iv i ,3p ......
...... a lp ar hicgo lv 4 15p .....
Suw annee R iver Routte.
No.9, No. I o. NOmi. i0
.7 a Iv .l Ue ar 8 ip ......
...... 8 Ma Iv iliwin l 7.40p ...
.. .. I ak C'it fy i (lda ......
...... t, ar .insver v :p ....i ,
...... 10 5a ar Jasper IV 5 54p ....
..... 12llp ar Valdosta Iv 5 op .....
...... 5 p ar 2Macon IV 11 oo ......
...... o op ar Atlanta ly 74 ......
...... 44oa ar h ttan'gailv 1 55 ..: ...
Tra'inss No. 1, 2, A and lo daily.

Only hne rilliKng Pullman buffet sleep-
ini- eaCrs betwUee .r1.,k- ,.,, iL. and NeVw
Orleans, -Sleepers ii ,i n [rnii'n- s'9 4 a;iU
2, Trains No. 9 and i0 have local sleepinfi
ca's betwveeu Jacksouville and T'allahasiee.
('oieap I .....l 1. ii' exucIrsioi tickets now
on saleto Al I-:r-.J in the U.nited States;
Good to rctlurn nitil t oi v 1",1891.



Depot loot of ilogian street, Jackionville.
A. 0. IMAcDIONNELL, Gen. Pass, Agent'


.~A~a, Polioe rFO~qt nd a Ptassmum.)
-1 7&KES POSITIVE E CURES OF A40 FO0RMS12A-ND STAGES 9r',


Vhysiciau ent.ors."P. P. P. asa s sokle-
did combination, and prescri.... ..ru i
great'satisfaction for the or ....,I
forms and stiges of Primary, ..... .
natism. Scrofulous UlMersa nd Sores,
laniduar Swellings, Rheumarism, Kid-
soy Complaints, old Chronic Ulcers that






have resisted all treatment, Catarrh, Skin
* iseases, EczCm'n, "CLrh nin o'n female
Coinplaints, iercu d' Pnoion, Tetter, 1
Sealdhead, etc., etu.
S P P is a, leverful tonic and and
collennt appitizor, building up the
sy'stm rapidly. if you are wivak and
feeble, anid feel b:tdly try P. P. P., and'


BEST

WIflE A -IWRE ROPE SLV .


yt.a will re gsin flesh a, strength.
F ,2 ) Wasteofenergyandal ltg es resulting
from overtaxing the system aro icured by
tt 1 .use of P. P. P.
S| ladies whoso ia -c.gq,>yoisonedant
whoseblood is ian impurconditiundo
to eranstrual irregularities ar.- peculiarly.
benefited by the wonderful tons and






SEA S blood cleansing properties of P. P.P.,
Prickly Ash. Puke ioot aud Potassitau.
Sol by a1m Diruggists.
., ..-' *-,

_ 0''. WHOLESALE DPUCG-ST3,
,pllamb ftlcrk', "' LA -N1AH, GL.


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1.. Y;r or ?A ~l~~iOODZ
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w~ 1~oar*~5I lrYsuags'

Ds~selhl.5 1 1,.5, S i RXAls 54 5slV.N ipS ia.Ay 1 ftrs
Lass RtiE LI A (. USAC; $1, Y'


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lug and going daily. W, Kigboury, weil k
Mr. J. M. Barco is lnoking after died in Gainesyille Monday


his orange grove at .otton Pilapt this
week.'
Dr. J. M. Jackson, Sr., yent to
Gainesville Monday on business at the
Church.Directpry. Land Office.
Place orders with N. R. Carter'a&
Mlerhodistohnrclth-EvY,, y. .Ilt Sons, Levyville, for Sept. delivery of
Sunday in each mont.h,- at 11 a. in. Fla, rye seed and -Bermuda onion sets.
and 7 p. in.
S abbath'school pvery sunday at 3 Miss Bessie Biedleman and her sis,
I. In ; Dr. J, M'. Jackson. Sr., super- ter Goldie, of Quincy, former residents
intendent. of this place, are visiting Mrs. D. U.
Baptist chlurc.h--Rev. l{obt. Keith, rTarstelier.


pastor. Preachini- tlihe third S4in-
,day in each montlh, at 10.30 a, m. and
7 p. .
Safbballi school, eIvrY Si undayi at
S:30 a. Ill. ; 0. ,' Fariiner, Supt.
Evangelical church-Dr. S. Bean,
pastor, preachAes every second anld
tu1rt1i Sunday in oe',very 10o1tl, at 11
a.m. and 7 p. in.
Sabbath school evpry lin'day at 10
a. inm.; Dr. S. Bean, superi'iteindent.

Colored Church.-
Rev. J. J. Newton preaches at the
A. M. E. church on tlhe first and fourth
Sundays in each month, and at L -vv-
xille on the third Suniiday 1).
Houston, Supt. Bronsll.n S. S. ; meets
0) a. in.. Richard Wilder, Supt. Lev-y-
ville Sunday school.

Secret Societies.
Bronlson Lodge No. 7, F. & A. M..
iolds its regular conimlinnfeations on0
the first Monday in each ipo 1). Vis-
sliing liol Ihm:? invited to -iMt1i(1'.
C. A. I1 *NoN S"c,

Behold, the days come, saith the
Lord, that I will make a new covenant
vith the'house of Israel and with the
house of Judah; I will put my laws
;nto their mind, and on their hearts:
also will I write them; and I will be
-o them a God, and they shall be to
ine a people. -

TO OU 0 JffLDEltS.
Some tim, a.go we had a copy of
he American Farm News, published
Pt Akron, 0., sent to every one of our
subscribers. It was sert t o yAP as a
paample, so that you might see what an
excellent paper it is. If ypu like it
we will send it to you for oQe year frep,
and all tile return we agk is that you
pay up all arrearages on the TIMESu.
DEMOcAT and one year in advance.
-You will pay this anyway, so now is
the chaipp to get theyarm r ews free.
WVe hayp utl:.r premiums also,

August 13.
Summer is passing,
-Alliance picnic next Thursday.
Mrs. L. E. Taylor has oeen very ill
for the past week.
Air. Milton Turner find wife arrived
in Bronson 6uinday.
August favors us with a thunder
Power now and then.
Iarasiticide cures itch in 30 a~im
ptes. Price 50c. Sold by J. B. Coarsey.
Our streets were crowiled with Teon-


Merit wins, as the marveloussuccess
of Hood's Sarsaparilla shows, It pos-
sesses true medicinal merit. Sold by
iall druggists.
Mr. D. T. Trammel, of Judson,
called at our office one day last week,
and told us of a great revival among
the Baptists of his neighborhood.'
Messrs. Jospl1h Boothby and 0. J.
Farmer are having a wire fence put
around their proDertiesp n Pennsylvya.
nia avenue. This portion of town is
l]'.riIn up. .
Mr. Boothby took uis to task- foir
saying his hbets wouldn't hold him,
but when we told hirnm r.Bean was
responsible for the expRession, not us,
he said it was all right, as no one
would believe it.
Dr. Jackson will shortly enclose his
lot where the i.,laicLksil shop stands
with a nice wire fence. It ,will add
very much to the appearance of his
property, and to this portion of town.
Let tie good work of imprpying our
town go.on. *
Th1e backbone and sinew of Levy
pounty's prosperity will be in Bronson
next Thursday. We stand ready to
welcome every sturdy farmer pf them,
and we invite them all, from thi, preS-
ident down, to come in and take pos-
session "of the TIMES-DEMOCRAT office.
Mr. Joseph Boothby has purchased
the engine, gins and mill site from
Mr. WY. J Epperson, and will com.
aence at once the erection of a cotton
ginning pstahlishmpnt, tp bo in p adin
nass to handle the-coming season's cot-
ton crop. This will give employmentt
to quite a number of hands, and the
growers in the county will npt again
he compelled to ship their cotton in
the se1d,
There were only three rainy days
in May, followed by sixteen in June
aqnd twelve in July, making a total of
thirtysone rainy days in the three
mrn..nhs. The rainfall during May
was 2 85 inches; in June, 9.30, and in
July'14.33 inches. This is equivalent
to 588,883 gallons of water on every
acre. The mean temperature for May
was 65; for June, 77.50; for July,
2,75. Tihe heaviest rainfall was oni
the 12th of July, when 4.05 inches
fell within hess than two houis' time.


le Saturday, pUi merchants en.- The grand Allian.e picuip and rally
joyed an excellent trade, is just one week off, President Rpgers,
Messrs. Baskin, Collins, Vason, Manp
Levy county's first and -greatest and other nig guns will be on hand to
meed is a new court house. This could ,Jo th talking, The Alligane aust
be very easily secure ny .olds. make this day a success, and there is
Mrs. R. J. Allen, of Wilson, Q. Q., only one way to do it-that is, let ev-
says; Bradvycrotipe is unquestionably ery pjember' be present with his family
a great blessing to Headache suffer, and a pic.ic basket, filled by the good
ers. housewife. Monday being a bad day
R Jev. C. Ley, P E. for this cir% n a pic the day hnged to
..' ... ...... T* Thursday, sg that all might mike
cuit, and Mrs. Ley, pent last Friday T d. d t a ,l ke
in town, timre guests of Dr. and Mrs. re on. Let next Thursday be
in own, a red letter day for Bronson, for Levy
J ckson. county and for the Farmers' Alliance.
T- T.... r V ...


miss Jessie Barco, onoe ,4 nrons.qu
winsome young ladies, is visiting her
cousin, Miss Marion Turner, of this
place.-Dunnellon News.
Mr. W. S. Spears, of Rosewood, was
- 1 \' i-A M.j .--


A gentia;pan came to Bronson last
week with the intention of huying a
iomnue, but alter taking a look at p,ur
court hc:A1se he went away disgusted.
He did not think much of the wealth


m town uonoay. e na nhis sample of a cnty or the progressiveness of
fase of silverware along, and looked! its citizens that yould be content with
for all the world like a fullfledged i
Sa l such a barn for its temple of instice.
drummer. We wish him success. Now, Levy is one of the very best
The price of bacon has gope "up, farming, fruit growing and stock'
away up, terribly uip," and it will p,y raising counties in the state, and its
is to cultivate a more tnti'la te o4, p hoaphate beds are the very richest
guaintance with the much qlaadered and-most extens.ive esdes this, the
but toothsome qlorida razor.hack. fish and oyster industry on the coast,
and the vit pine and ceda forests,
According to a change the F. C. are incomparable sources of wealth.
& P. schedule, the freight gets, o Bronson, the capital, is in the centre
Bronson in the afternoon and leaves his wealthy region. Here we
the next mnoring. at, o'clock. There hiav.three nice thy ireg one greit
has been no chaer ii the sgchedtle Q. indcemet to intn, ettler but
... .indementtointendiZ settlers, but
the passenger. 'the court hW,.ise. and puaic school
The tliirda qairterly conference o4 building are very geat drawbacks to
Bronson and Archer circuit was held. our progress a44.-, ,'tllng .-i1. So long
at the Orange Hill M. E. church Sat- as .a e are, content ',ith these. relics of
urday and Sunday. Dr. J. M. Jack% tlie past, just so long will we find our-
son, 8r., and Mr. J. M. Barco attended' selves left behind by more progressive
Irom lronson. sider counties. We must advance.
1 counies


lown el 'e,
7.


Harry Turner has been quite sick
the past week, but is now bLtter.
Mrp. W. S. Richardson returned
home Tuesday from a- isit to her
daughter at Ferinaindin'-.
Mrs. P. M, Colson, who returned
home from High Springs Tuesday,
reports Mr. L) Lli as improving.
Miks Sallie McGrew, daughter of
Mr. J. C. MeQGrw, of Faunin, is visit-
ing AMrs T. W, Shands, of this place.
Misses Mary ud'-Emma Barnd, two
young ladie- who have been visiting
Mrs. Susan Hardee, of Ohiefland, re,
turned on Tuesday to their home in
Findlay, O
The Bowlder. phosphate company
.that bought Sheriff Bigham's proper'
ty, has gone to work in earnest build-
ing sheds and houses, for the hands.
The company will go to mining in
earnest, and a road will be built to
their mines.
At the last meeting ot our county
commissioners.it was decided that the
public roads be worked by taxation.
it was also resolved that the present
road contractors carry out the provis'
ions of their contract to the letter be-,
fore warrants should be issued- for
work done.
Superintendent Philips informs us
that the institute for teachers will be
postpoed to the last week in Septem-
ber. A number, of-special features
will be introduced at this institute,
and it is imperative that all teachers
who expect or 4psire to obtain schools
in Levy county be in attendance.
Miss Dorcas writes; '"I have a roos-
ter, an pl4 and faithful servant, which
I am under the .necessity'- of killing.
Please tell me how to do this in the
moat humane manner." Stab him in
the back of the head with a maul and
saw off his jugular vein with a: cold-
chisel.


NOTICE.
N OTTItE is hereby given that under and
by virtue of an order to me directed
i.1 i I 1I.,. I.-- Friedmin, County Judge
i. I \, ,,i,.! Florida, I will, on ion=
l;, '. 1 11ii i iL'" of Sepltember, A. D., 1891,
lirrir- itl,,- l,.l hours of sale on said day,
. h -. r ,r-, I,: iii will sell to the highest
:inii.lrt .idii. I ;or cash, before the court
hiri'- d r ii, i ,.. town of Bronson, all the
'following described real estate lying, situ-
I.t,. i;i 1. in- iln the county of Levy and
I4 f--- r.I Ii.-., i, and more particularly
described as follows to-wit: W hf of NE
.1i. E I. ,.1' N W *]i. N '. qr of SE (lr, Sect.
h' AI. ICl. l, H V ifhof SE qr, SE qr of
S -. FI' 11 [! 15 East; E hlof'SW
, Ir i rq r ,:,l l, '*,t,. 2 'I'l T 14 S P. 15
I' W Sect. 6 Tp 15 It 15
1:i t M ,1*|.I 1.1 '\" l ect. 15 Tit 14 S 1t 18
Shi S I qFrofNE (iqr and
LE q-.-c. -,"- |'|I 14 R 18 Enst; NW drof
N E qS-t..I. I 11 I 1.5 East, contain-
ill e 'J ht h1 I ,...I .1 ml tthlrtyv-seven acres
iii.r3,r I,., I.'.- hi.. r wit ith all and singu-
1 Ir ifle t-lwI-*:.iti, i.r-.ditanients and ap-
Irl. -in.l. I. I u1 n I elon-ding or in any
1 i-e apipeli I l :i z .I laids belonging tq
il,' ei:il. o .i \ 'ill.- 1 Medlin, deceased,
late, of Levy county, Florida, and sold to
p11y tiu iind. 1,.,-., ,f' said estate. Pur-
HENRY B. CO)ULTER,
Comi s sione r -


Mr. V. Coarsey, one of our pop-
ular merchants, went to Gainesville NOTICE.
one day last week. There would tbe 'OTICE 'is hereby given that under and
one ay last wee. There would be y virtue of ai order to me directed
nothing strange in this, if Mr. H. B. b hli Hon. Bene Friedman, County Judge
e a n an si i in aii for Levy county, Florida, 1 will, on
Coulter, attorney and solicitor i ,,ay, ,,..,'h ,1. ,f September, A D.,
chancery, hadn't gone alodg ,"to loon 1'l_6iinut iI,: 1,-,i hours of sale on said
gO -d,,',1"a ,. ,, 1 W, ill sell to the high-
after him." We afe not quite sui e.. o and best bidder for cash, before the
Which of the two eeded the m t pourt houiseddoor in thp town of Bronson,
which of the two needed the m t all th ,- deshed real estate ly-
(looking after. i, situate and being in the county of
L 1ing a and State f .Florida, and mnore par.
i ticularly described as follows to-wit: NE
Miss S. Bain will leave 'Wdpesday % of Lot 5 Sect. 22T'p, 12 S. R1.18 East. con-
next for Bostqo via Savaquna.. 'Our taintig *ten acred. sore or less, together
peop. im ave become very much at,- witil all and singular the tenemients, here-
Sdit(iments and appurtenances thereunto
tached to Miss Bain since her sojourn belonging or in anywise appertaining.
among us, and they will see her depart Said lands belonging to the estate
with much reluctance, but with heart- Wohard Evans, de4easel, late o0 Le.vy
with much reluctance but with heartcounty, Florida, a sold to pay the in
felt wishes tor her future happiness debtedness of saia, estate. Purchaser t6
and the hope that she will keep us in pay for titles.
kind remembrance and soon return to HNRY B. CommissionULTER,
sunny Florila aidt her friends at
Brinson. NOTICE,
r 3t1 D months .f'rw, date of this notice I
We find the following notice iq the will present 'my final ,tecolints ald
Atlanta Journal of August 4th, rdeheis inas executed of v the estte o t, de.h
ard'D. sinimons. ato of Levv county, de,
"Miss Maggie Cummins, aged 17 years, ceased, to the Hon. Benjamin Friedman,
C oduty .ntdgo of Levy count, and ask to
died this morning at :No." 14 Cooper be ciseharged as such executor.
street, after a brief illness. The young Abruar ES BARCO, Esector
lady was a resident of Gulf Hammock, E OF FINAL SCA .
Fla., and was spending the summer 'OICE OF FINAL DISCHARGE.
PFla., and was spending the summer C li months from date I will present mv
here with her sister, Mrs. J. A. Robin- k Inhl accounts and vouchers as nadinh-
islra~or of the estate ot Marzaret Barrow,
Son, wife of the night clerk at the leee doeidlate of Levs county, to tl arIo.
Grant house. She had intended re nlln Friedman, Cmonty .kudge ,f Le.y
ScolIv, and ask to be discharged as such
turning to her Florida home next adnniistrator. JOHN L, BARROW,
month. IHer sad and untimely end hasa lison, Fla., May 21, Adinistrator.
cast a gloom over the circle of friends NOICE OF FINAL DISCHIARGE.
that she had formed during her brief ttnonths from date I will present ma
visit among us which has been cut -1.61 accounts and votLuhers to the
short by the fell destroyer. The fu- 11on. Ien riednnfin (Ciity Judge of Levy
neral will take place from the above count, and ask to b)e (iseharged as tihe
exeeturr ot the estate of H1arlry Sa'ile
nuniber on Wednesday at 11 o'clock." VardEvans, deceased, -
DOUGLA.S EVERETT,
..... to P. .. Executor.
notice to Brson, FIn., July 9, 1891. gm
In accordance with the notice of the ADIINISTATOR'S NOTICE.
county school superintendent, I would A Liperons having claims.a tainst the
request the patrons of Bronson school A- chte of J. C. Howard, late of- Lavy
e(illlnt'deceased, will present them to the
to eet at the school house Friaay iInder~tied duly .1,11,.. 1 ..0i within the.
evening, August 21st, at 7:30 o'clock., time p sried by law; aeud all pet~ons
indebltd to said estate 'wil. piea.Z, couWc,
A full attendance is earnestly request- forwariand settl.tiat nee.
ed, as we will then recommend a teach- V. H. BIGHA3I,
er for the ensuing year and discuss lhf awl ExO flcio Ad ministrator.
other matters of interest to our school. r a. 14, 191.
J, M. JACKSON, JR., Supervisor. NOTCE FOR PUBLICATION


7y
ENCHANTMENT!


A UNIQUE LE DIS CO .RY.

ENCtIANT31ENT will'*. fouimd perfect.
for softening or whitening the skin, and
for removing ill blemishes.
Removes: 'tain, freckles, sunburn, moth,
bllaiekheads, patclhes, etc."
Cures: Chla,,s, pimpileis, and 1. ..,L-
n0ess or erul)tici, i iii, .1, inii.ni i-. I.'i .
feet substitute h .-'h,..-1 -..1h.i,14 -
ders, etc., for i .'li i, i.. .-' .l ..'x,.,I. "
Totallqf. unlike '. ,d:,i,, ona the
market.

Price FIFTY (CENTS..
('all on or address,
1IIS. i. 1E. s.CAItBROUCH,
l' aciirnon, Flau,


LANIVFFriCE AT GAINS5v.sLI.,, F'aa
Notieiis hereby g velu thai. t e following
named littler has filed notice of Ills inten-
tion to rlike oUlinitltatMroj proof in support
of' his elin, alnd that said Ipoof, will libe
made ifnre :. .-. ...nd Reeeive-r at
(iainesile, II., ,ii -.1l. 15, 1891, viz :
(-EORE M. SIMONeS of Judson,
Fla.,
IFSl. 115) for the NEy See. 26 T, 10 S. R.
Iti E.
lIe lies the following witnesses to
prove onititmouls re.siddice I)upon, and
clmtivabin of, scad land, viz:
jamnlS. ,. 1,1 ... d W illim'u W il-
kpnsn tf ".\ I--.,,.j l...I, and George San-
chez att IT t-1 .;..- '! ,'iidsoimn, Fla.
ALtXAXDER LYNCH I,
Register.


00ood4 '- l' .. k-11 'ai ,--
eraI ik of )ei:echandi'sw. No p1ed-
dliting.Ahoye.sala'v uviil be. aid- to
"live".'epits.. For I'l li'iicr il1'porlita-
tioll Olrhess
CIIltA.i (A*EG'ENRA1, SlI!']'LY Co.,
N'178 West al niluren St.,
-,: Chlicago, Ill.


I


-m o p i
Fce, people have suffered iore severely
fron' d'spcpsia than Yr. E. A. IMlcMiahon, a
v,'e -Icvn grocer of Staunton, Va. He says:
." 1eori 37 I was hi excellent health, weigh-
ig oyVr .e~ pounV.. In that year an ailment
.. i. ..j -to acute dyspepsia, and soon I
was r.lo.duee to 1C2 pounds, suffcriig burning
S.. .. i t. 11 [ ."0 romach,
.n ,. I t1 i : heart,
Ill ll$ nausea, and indigestion.
.I could mot sleep, lost all
iea.rt i lay work, had fits of inolancholia, and
for days at a time would have welcomed
death. I became morose, sullen nid irritable,
and for eighlit years life was burdene, 1 tried
many Fl:ysicians and many remedies. Dne day
a wvorkhiman emlployc by me suggestedd that
I ta la good's
Sal, sp. rills, as
it hiaS cured his
wife oof d dyspep-
sia. 1did so, and before taking the Wvllo of
a bottle I began to feel llkeo a new man. The
terrible pains to which I had been subjected,
ceased, the palpitation of the leart subsided,
Imy stomach. became easier, nausea .disap-
peared, and my entire system began to
toneup. Witreturning Years
strength came activity of
the iflbh bottleiwas taken
I hilj regained my iormier weiglit and natural
condition. I am today well and I ascribe it
to taking Hood's Sarsaparilla."
N, B. If you decide t.o, take Hood'. Sarsa-
1ari di .J. ., bp induced to buy any other.
Hood's Sarsaparilla
Pldbyall druggists. SI;sixforF5. Preparedonly
by 01, HQOD & CO., Apothecaries, Lowell, Mass.
100 Doses One Dollar


SEL 4u c ps 3xEmil ^t 4=1D4a
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S J.B. CO ARSEY SR.,

-3BRONSON, FLA.
DEALER IN-


SUM AND .... FAICY ROCERIES,
Also a Full Line o

Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes, Dry Gp ds, Notions,


ALSO AGXT FOiU


Gossypium Phospho, and

S.ea Fowl-Guano,




"Tennessee: Gem," nd.

"Florence" Wagons.


W H. AND ERSON,


CEDAR KEYS, FLA,


)---D ALER. I


Staple and Fancy Groceries,


ALSO:A FULL LINE F THEIR BEST


G?-X-----0 ----C


-r--IEATQUARTERS. PQ4--.

VE TABLES, COUNTRY PRODUCE, FRUITSIt



ProtHe 1 received ard Sald d Con signment, 8ive me 9 ca.1


TtJP YEARTY


, Agt


Otter Creek ad hunellon, Fla

l --- DEALER IN X---







MRY GOODS, SHOES, IHATS and CLOTHING


-C-eryth-itH Sold at RCCK BOTTOM P(ices for TRe Cas'




or all Kinds of CountryProduce

WROLESALLBUTCHR & STOCK DEALER.,


.,L c.i atalogriie free. write 10o

41 iM "f LPUISViLL;EK~t


Epperson, LinlmuIis & Co.,

Bronson, Florida,


WHOLESALE and RETAIL
DEALERS IN


GENERAL :: MERCHANDISE.
-o


We BUY for CASH and BUY to SELL!



We buy DIRECT and in QUANNTrIES,



IV'"i sell at LO JWEST price. Will make YOUR inter.
est ours, and treat your CHILD as politely as YO Ul SELF.
Compare our PRICES and examine our GOODS and be
CON VINCED. Call and see us.












Dv, Ti n;;e i. c c ioro:., in- 'h -e -
ci"n.& 1. beenie e -arn t i' -s o .'be ,l 3'. .... |. ': i'" :
ce:rv LadoAt a l vc. .-
ders of, the ages. Jerniulc N,'ci ', 'on- .. .,
derfil city, with wo ind erAfl architecture .--'..j '.
-nothing like itin tall thle n"? The .. -.,i,.
reservoirs of Jertsalem-were ,..' with T .'T .
cement as perfect today as it -was when .-. -- f 1 ^

Christ. That dentistry had reached an orM aO;y w.ao7-, wfcre t Throa i
advan ce stage was shown s b the fi nu nire P T .y, .a of" ret'v'
of the teeth of the mummies at U o ea, can- e i,'c ,i an
Solomon knew all about the cihcui:m .... .
Sof blood. Job ho'w ill] about the re- .
airj'c'icn of
aaf: i ma .,:e that the world was roarn --- ,-. -' ---.
vwhnc! he said, "The Lord is seatd Oin the '' '- ;
.iL t, circle of th earth." Ancier, art ex- -- .---" "-" L'-
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couldn't be made now. Pliny .. ,-- P ,
A Cure for a ble glssthe Ailm tenat ue cod tof M an e
Cure for the Ailments o ivian around his wrist. The Nin-tee.th ccnt- .
-.a 'ury couldn't produce a2 Dauca b, PA Ae, E A
and Beast. We have groat cities, but .abvyon was AsIcfat s -oft'rar n,7-'ston, an
*-.. .. five times lger than Lotdon,. "I be- Plahintioi V' rociQa;,tio x "id
gin-to wonder," said Dr. Talinmag, "if A long-tested pain reliever, the world hasn't forgotten more than it Soi- J a. uff
Knows. Be t what jhis ae d.es cxcel SCOTT & BOWVE. Chem;
Its use is almost universal by the Hodsewife, the ,' he continue, is m orajity. There e
were never so many gool mn and "-.
Farmer, the Stock Raiser, and by every one waoen as now. it is the re;ult of the ';-
requiring an effective Jiniment, i ence pf Crisay. -Wh ton --.


No other application, compares with it in efficacy,

This well-known remedy has stood the test of
years, almost generations.' .

No medicine chest is complete without a bottle of
MUSTANG LINIMENT.

Occasions arise for its use almost every day.

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What is generally believed to be the
oldest house standing in Doston has been
transferred from one estate to another.
for the first time in over 200 years. The
property is known as the Wells mansion.
The sale was made by the Wells estate
to Mr. A,. Piatshecky, a Hebrew million:
aire:.
This interesting relic of the colonial
period, nowv used for a; store and tone-
ments, bears a strong resemblance in its
style of architecture to the old Dickens
house in London. It is a two story frame
structure, very substantial and likely to
last another generation, if. not torn down
to make romti f-r a modern building.
The striking peculiarit-y of its exterior is
that its second story projects six inche,
or more Itxyond the wails of the first-a
freak of construction that cannot be ac-
counted for on an. : ir.,..-i :r,.-.u,- '
practical qus or .:- a cr:t .' I .'. -i :.
title was examined into by John T. Has
san, who discovered that it had not pre.
viously been inquired into since 1831
when it came into the' possession of the
forefathers of the prim-sent comptroller-
of the Wells estate.-DBoston Post.
Black and Grecu Teas.
Generally speaking, all teas are di-
vided into two colors-green and bi:ck
Japan is the only country which pro
duces green tea puly, while China is the-
only land -where both colors are pre-.
pared. India,' Ceylon and Java send
forth black teas alone, on the principle
-at least in India-that. adulteration ol
green tea is too easy. It is worthy 61
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Japau lua1o tef-T 01o0t, 51a wi.kN mPlb. 0Ltiryw O lUaVU -
case when in 1850 the first importation
of fifty half chests reached this country IRIATMIENT BY INHALATION
The vent.jre was immediately success,
ful. ". RAD MAR REWSTER'
The flavor of the Japan te, pleased the aRS .f 0 PLE (
American palate. It was spoken of as
"a blcwk tea with green tea flavor," and 1 --
as the leaf was dried in the natural c)olror -
it was believed that it munz:t bo free firoIn
adulteration. Tile importationn for the.
second year was 400 half chests, aud iu
the third year the amount arose to 1,!:30 Street
But it did not by any means stop there,,r }'O 'Gos1urid, sOI a,l BronhilllS, Dy@@Dgla
rising rapidly till the yearly total* I ",R i
reached the wonderful amount of 20,000.-,
000 pbunds.-'Good Houiaekeeping. maiUSl,6iragia.811aEliJal_ OC _Laro _r-
io0 an-cTel "i -e-rveOO-T-s
Escape for theo G('.lcry. TDiSO 'C(e'S,
An old time theatrical advance agent Drs .ttarkey l'Palen's office records
told me this amusing incident which oe- show over 50,000 cases in which their Com-
curred in London, England, at the first pound Oxyoen Triatment has been used by
prodnetion of the oper''a "Faust" in ihe I'tysicsns in thehii practice and by invalids
Drury Laniie theatre: -"The original Faust more ntly. 40Oer0 i 1(ndiv00tuals an
was taken sick in the evening and could Drs Starkey & I'tion have the liberty to
not appear in the title role. An undei refer to the lollo uing named well-known
study, whose name was not revealed persons whohin e tiled this TreatiaCnt.
wsc oth r . ... A. 1 aby Colninbia, S. c.
was chosen for the part. He was a fErs (, ,,, i 1I. Clews, editor Laurence-.
class tenor, but was a very stoQt man ville Herald, LaTuoens S. C.
weighing about 240 pounds. In the la te,-ey. H. F. Chreitllirg, Chester, S. C
act, where Marguerite lies dead on tirh 'ev. John L. Gerardeau, Colunibia S,
ie S' Sidu II .Brcwine, editor Christiani
floor, and Faust descends through a train :.;. ,-_ ,,,-., Colurmbt', S C,
door amid lurid flames, the trap in thi ?'i 'm.. H. Joh.:stone, 'arboro. N, C.
instance, being very small, was not large' .Rev. P. 1. Jicliha soin, Athens, Ga,
enough to let the under study through J Aok. D. b., Augobus, Ga.
The stage hands underneath pulled ther ^ls. Ela i.i. Tennent IlIomc Magazine,
utmost on the legs of the substitute, bit mia i-.tta Ga. ,
to no avail. There was breathless silent Rev. 1'. R. tKendall, Maeon, Ga.
in the audience at the awkward paue.; ioe'. .. ier, President Enory
which was soon broken by a voici in tie p1ev. E. J. Meynaidie, D, D., Canmden,
gallery exclaipitigin ashiill tone, *Hir- S. c.
rah, fellows! We're safe! TIhehot pi e p l!V.,Yf.r-Osei'ii Anc'erson, D. D., editor
is full alheadyl -New York Star. F.l r cid a hh ian i(voiato Lelsburolla.ass
N.. l.D Bowen, editor Floridian Talllahass-
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Reasons for at Divorce. WV, S. Jordton, l tcison, Fla.
The Druses sometimes divorce their \V: H. Lawreince, editor Chilion View,
wives for apparently the most trivial Claiutn, Ala.
causes. 'Thus a mar named Soleimn 1ev. Jen liI. Gregory, irmingham, Ala
Attala had a wife, lsbakyeh. 'Tte >iev. ienrv i,. a eo'r-, Montgomery, Ala.
woman frequently worked for us, aidn Ad ihousandi, ofothersin over part ol
",) several cOmj.'stt.5 I h i? to ctiOplulp i he Vnit'd plates.
that she talked too much and word Vi -oulid yoi }li)e to know whlerm it hlis euir-
too little. At length I was obligedo ed,wlhere lihese restored and vilalized lpeo-
tell Soleiman that, owing to his wi- s ie live, turn nutil were the disnas e re-
nsoved? Retiring mail will bringl voet ca ho-
laziness, I could employ lter no longr. .imre of o 0 lmges containing these points
Shortly afterward f went to Euglad. if you will drop a 1;ostal to,
On my return after a couple of mton' Dli-s.6 Ar Siariy E 1 A
absence I was surprised to find tat No. 1529 Arih Si'ett,, Philadeh'his.l'a
Soleiman had divorced Isbakyeh, stand id
already married another woman ),r
inquiring from him the cause of thiose ."ti 1 ,
replied, Your honor told me that i u t:: ..- """
would not employ my wife again, i "
thought I would got rid of her td "" --"- .,
marry another woma-n whom you wold L
emxploy.--Blackwood's Magazine.

Two Queer Addresse.s.
Not long ago a letter came throA-h -- ~
this postofice addressed to "Lard Mii, -,... --,
SN., H.," which found its proper desti '- i' ,
tion at Oil Mills. N. H. A eAtter i-. *-' La
n dressed to. 'PRoast Pig, Macss.," .as S among the ir- ct ..~'in'iiu' :anthlles
ciphered by the Bostoa miuil cloti tot nd Cte d o o:n n :;it',
intended for D...i li i,'nd there it tia ,sts so i l;.n. Tw- a i.Ibr, ~
delivered to the person for-whom it v .seud you- cs ,u it see Co eo
- intended."-Concord Monitor. -. .
SA Perver-se WouBiin. r ? H
S "What, you love anotheri- Dut v
said you'd marry me if yoar father d- AGENTS i'AN TE'2 WriFiTR ias TEaMS,
owned you."
"I know. But he didn't disown n,
you seel"'-Auiuriacu Grocer.


=hi TY ;G:v;A;JS.
A G tis l S aor n tv iNa'. b ;i Ar 1 :, iie.,.n
Artist ad an iItorest,.enr Stirt .
People who noticed ia The T, suammter
windo,. .a splendid cast of the ho'td of
Sittin73 tuhl will ha interested te hear
the pretty romtee of the young artist
whose v'ork it was.
It was modeled by Meiss Alice idse-
out, a yoting lady of less than IS years
of age, who has already shown. such tal-
ent that che bids fair to take front rank
among the host of artistq.that the Pacific
slope csm sclaimr as t its own,
SHer first start in her choscn profession
can be directly traced to a large ecngish
mastiff owned by her family, although
her artistic aspirations date back to her
early childhood. One day, while accom-
panied by the mastiff, she passed the
open door of a sculpter"s studio. The
animal rushed in and, with, apparent de-
liberation, knocked over the pedestal
upon which was placed f',:;r':il'i,-n
the artist's latest work. An arm and
leg were shattered, and the piece lay a
seeming wreck on the floor. The at-
tendant was wild.
The girl endeavored to make excuses
for the dog, but nothing would answer.
Offers were made to pay for the damage,
but tono avail. The maun, dreading that
upon the artist's return he would lose
his position, was inconsolable, The girl
begged to be allowed to repair the piece.
and after repeated entreaties the man
consented, with the remark that while
he did not believe it could be fixed, he
was very certain she could not injure it.
He mixed the clay for her, and watched
with interest the unpracticed fingers
doing the work that the accomplished
artist hAd so lately finished and taken so
much pride in. An hour. passed with
most gratifying rults; the anrm was re-
stored and was perfect; the attendant
was happy.
Another hour the leg approached com-.
pletion, when' lo, the arttist appeared on
Sthe scene. He tool in the situation at a
glance, and unnoticed by the occupants
of the room watched the work. Fin-
ished, explAnations are, in order atnd
given. The r.'dst is charmed, declares
the work of restoration has added new
charms to the piece, and having heard
from the girl the great ambition of her
life, went with her to her homo and in-
sisted that her parents should allow her
an opportunity to learn the art for which
she evidently had so much inherent tal-
ent.-San Francisco Em-:miner,
Dr=liafisne.
How few people 'realize the results of
extensive drainage, such as a hiighly civ-
ilized country presents. No incon:ider-
able changes are wrought by artiJicial
drainage. Much of surface water, in-
stead of being left to form marshes, sat-
urate the soil or be taken up by evap'ra-
tion, is carried away underground
through drain pipes. Consequently the
air is not so moist as formerly, and the
soil, instead of being cinetantly'chiilled
by evaporation, is rendered warin. ihdi
-yesid;. This- result has been particu-
Larly noticed in England and Scotland,
where very extensive areas have been
artificially drained.
IHolland has been, one might say, re-
claimed from the sea. The water- has
been dyked out, and many. parts of the
country that were the bottom of the sea
are now dry land, and though below sea
level form the hQmnes. of happy and in-
dustripus communities. Years ago there
were along the lower banks of the Mis-
sissippi '"drowned lads," subject to over
flow and uninhabittble, covering an area
larger than the state of N6w York.
Many of these lands have been reclaimed
by means of levees. Thus, by man's in-
genuity, are the surface, climate and
general physical condition of thile earth
~ being changed.-New York Ledger.
Antiquity of Pa;ying Cards.
The game of cards was first played it
the east, and seems to have had a mill.
tary origin. Cards were introduced
from Asia into L'.t..[ at the time of the
Crusades, and were first used by necro-
mancers to foretell fortunes. They soon
became a popular amusement in the
south of Europe, where the Saracen
and Moors taught the people how to use
them, and card playing spread to all
parts of the continent. The state records
of Germany mention the fact that Ru-
dolph I, in 1275, was fond of the game
and played with his courtiers.
After the invention of paper the manu-
facture of cards became extensive, but
declined somewhat when, card playing
was forbidden by several of the German
states and by the English government
on account of the supposed immoral
tendency. Before the era of paper, cards
in the Orient were made of ivory, papy-
rus and canvas, less frequently of tilhe
precious metals, and quite commonly of
wood,--St. Louis Globe-Democrat.
Carefu.
A wise parent thinks twice before an-
swering a bright boy's question.
"Papa," said Johnny, who had re-
cently joined a debating society, "is it
correct to say, 'The noes has it,' or 'The
noes have it?'"
"It depends, my son, on whether you.
are talking about a vote or about a-cold
in the head."-Youth's Comptanion.

Sadder TIhan the Romeo Juliet Case.
Miss Boud-Alas, Comnte, papa says I
shall never marry you.
Comte de Sanssoun-And did mademoi-
selle show monsieur ze proofs zat I am
zo Comte de Sausson?
Miss Bond-Yes, and he said if yoe
could have proved you were an imipos'cr
lie might have given his consent.-MUn.-
sey's Weekly.

Hygienic Item.
Teacher-So you can't remember the
names of the great lakes. Can't you
keep them in your head?
Johnny-No, mum, if I was to keep
them lakes in my head I :,.i_-.r get


water on the brain.- Texas Siftiugs.

Girls of 12 to 10 years comb their hair
back from the forehead, and braid .it to
hang its length or tied in a lu- loop.
Thiir gowns ar n made with waists of
n.a.tural length, nuiLher too long nor too
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