The Levy times-Democrat
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Title: The Levy times-Democrat
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Williston sun
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Language: English
Publisher: Democrat Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Bronson Fla
Creation Date: October 19, 1891
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General Note: Oliver J. Farmer, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 8, no. 49 (Nov. 13, 1890).
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"Devoted to the Best Interests of Levy County.'



'Ulitmay Parade and Drill.
AUOUSTA, G-., [Special.]--Ten thous-
and -people n itis--ed the grand military
parnide aud IeviKw at the exposition In
The iufannty plize di ill the Floyd Rifles,
of Macon, ,it r announced as winners;
PMriy Rif,-s, of ouston, Ga second;
Ogleth'irp Inlantiy, of' Augusta, third;
ClliEBd Rilks, of Augusta, fourth. In the
calvajiy clill ihei t.ini of Richmond Hus-
."- i, of Aug"nl on the 1l)ine X> the
dkJual dOlividu,[.i infantl'y drill C F.
.W.'ike,.Tf M;ill:..- eorga .Military and
Agricultimal Collr.. Cadets ,of Middle-
It. i.:I., "on r, : i:i t,taid J. W. Vaughn,
lof the BAlddi in lBluer, graduate of same
college, s(coad. Ex-President Hayes
;ik\ed FliJ'ldy niiiht and was the guest
of the Aiigust-L lixposition. He held a
itceiptiou at tihe EL position Saturday:

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Sin every way,
and ease of
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in other central-draught lamps.
SPutting in a new wick is a very.
easy matter indeed.
All this seems strange to one
who knows how troublesome other
good lamps are.
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I'he Brooklyn Divine's

Sunday Sermon

TEXTS: "When we had di'tdoveremd ( y-
prus we left it on the left hand."- Acts xxi.,
3, and ",/ohnt, wtes in the isle that is called
Fa-'tinos."-Revelation i., 9.
Goodby, Egypt! Although interesting
and instructive beyond any country in all
the world, excepting the Holy Land, Egypt
was to me somewhat depressinmL. It was a
post mortem examination of cities that died
four thousand years ago. The mummies, or
wrapped up bodies of the dead, we're pte.
pared with reference to the Restlrectiod
day, the Egyptians departing this life want-
ing their bodies to be keett in as good condi-
tion as possible so that they would be pre-
sentable when they were called again to oc
cupy them. But if when Pharaoh comes to
resurrection he finds his body looking as I
saw his mummy in the museum at Boulac,
his soul will. become an unwilling tenant.
The Sphinx also was to me a stern monstros-
ity, a statue carved out of rook of red gran-
ite sixty-two feet high and about one husd
dried and forty-three feet long, amd having
the head of a man and the body of A lion.
We sat down in the sand of the African
desert to stUdy it. With a cold smile it has
looked down upon thousands of years of
earthly history, Egyptian civilization,
Grecian civilization, Roman civilization;
upon the rise and fall of thrones in-
numerable; the victory and defeat of the
armies of centuries. It took three thousand
years to make one wrinkle on its red cheek,
t is dreadful in its stolidity, Its eyes have
never wept a tear. Its cold ears have not
listened to the groans of the ogyptian na-
tion, the burden of which I tried to weigh
last Sabbath. Its heart is stone. It cared
iot for Pliny when he measured it in the
first century. It will care nothing for the
man who looks into its impertutbable toian-
tenantee-in the last eeattltiy.
But!'gypt will yet come up to the glow of
life. The Bible promises it. The mission-
aries, like my friend, good and great Dr.
Lansing, are sounding a resurrection
trumpet above those slain empires. There
will be some other Joseph at Memphis. There
will be some other Moses on the banks of the
Nile. There will be some other Hypatia to
teach good morals to the degraded. Instead
of a destroying angel to slay the firstborn of
Egypt the angel of the New Testament will
shake everlasting life from his wings over a
nation born in a day. When, soon after my
arrival in Egypt, I took part in the solemn
and tender obsequies of a missionary front
our own laud, dying there far away from the
sepulchers of her fathers, and saw around
her the dusky and weeping congregation of
those she had come to save, I said to myself:
"Pere is self sacrifice of the noblpst type.
Here is heroism immortal. Here is a queen
unto God forever. Here is something
grand r than the pyramids. Hereisthat
i Lich thr. is thoheavens. Here is a speci-
ru n of tn ,t L'r.h will yet save the world."
t<,o'-,hb'. E;vpt! This sermon finds us on
thI:- t- piag:i, rb- i-'rds of the New Testament,
andi ils t ,'s PFulririni an.l Johanian in their
r-u'iu' c-nace. mtvat ra.-llaw's directory
STO i\ n : ,, '-P I nJ what the rail-
i- 6 wic.:'jl tirrers 15 Ameitica, the
pel mi;chiptlag-', 1li7h E`7 111 eogi,. o t L
ib1 t i&-Clin i r cui'iit'llto lith ut a ebadi-v of
nin tjtiC. e\V,1 ar'e ailIa nI II uorrian -,a ihe
-Mn, 'v tIl's tit Nt Fa'Jl l .aledJ, tbut. in imIn
or,'-.p:.i, .t .1 v lion to that which Paul voy-
a8- j. He 'a sailing southward and we
Iur'tha 1. 'it lih him it was Ephesus, Coos,
I:-t.-1-|s. rCpru-. With us it is reverse :, and
1 iN i-|', i-nodes, Coos, Ephesus. There
is in, t ,t:, t tt.e world so accurate as the
I ,, .I, e E ,o,:..
M.v txt says that Paul left Cyprus onthe
felt; -: w, g,:,ing in an opposite direction, have
Ir on Ia ri;ht. On our ship Minerva were
i-nlt In -r- three passengers besides our
I am t-, s. we u- i.i plenty of room to walk the
df,'-, nc.ri oL, what a. night was Christmas
n.ght of i "-' in that Grecian archipelago-
z-lI,nds o t iihI above, islands of beauty be-
in: Ib It i. n royal family of islands, this
r-`--,'.,n ar,-lhe,-lago-the crown of the
w: !,1's scen rI y e-t with sapphire and emerald
au.a topa: and chrysoprasus, and ablaze with
a glory that seems let down out of celestial
landscapes. God evidently made up His
mid that -just here He would demonstrate
the utmost that can be done with islands for
the beautification of earthly scenery.
The steamer had stopped during the night,
and in the morning the ship was as quiet as
this floor, when we hastened up to the deck
and found that we had anchored off the
island of Cyprus. In a boat, which the na-
tives rowed standing up, as is the custom,
instead of sitting down, as when we row, we
were soon landed on the streets where Paul
and Barnabas walked and preached. Yea,
when at Antioch, Paul and Barnabas got
into a fight-as ministers sometimes did, and
sometimes do, for they all have imperfec-
tions enough to anchor them to this world
till their work is done, I say-when, because
of that bitter controversy, Paul and Barna-
bas parted, Barnabas came back here to
Cyprus,-which was his birthplace. Islafid,
wonderful for history! It has been the prize
sometimes -won by Persia, by Greece, by
Egypt, by the Saracens, by the Crusaders,
and. last of all, not by sword but by pen, and
that the pen of the keenest diplomatist of the
century, Lord Beaconsfield, who, under a
lease which was as good as a purchase, set
Cyprus among the jewels of Victoria's
We went out into the excavations from,
which Di Cesnola has enriched our American'
museums with antiquities, and with no bet-
ter weapon than our foot we stirred up the
ground deep enough to get a tear bottle in
which some mourner shed his tears thou-,
.ands of years ago, and a lamp which before
Christ was born lighted the feet of some
poor pilgrim M his way. That island of
Cyprus bas enough to set -n anutiquarian-
wild. The most of its glory is the glory of
the past, mnd the typhoid fevers that swept
its coast, and the cloudsof locusts that often
blacken its skies (though two hundred thou- *
sand dollars were expended by the British
empire in one year for the extirpation of
these noxious insects, yet failing to do the
work), and the frequent change of govern-
mental masters hinder prosperity.
But wl'en the islands of the sea come to
nod, Cyprus will come with them, and the
-,gricultural and commercial opulence whioea
adorned it in ages past will be eclipsed by
the agricultural and commercial and relig-
ious triumphs of the ages to come. Why is
the-world so stupid that it cannot see that
nations are prospered i temporal things in
-proportion as they are prospered in religious
things? -Godliness is profitable not only for
individuals, but for nations. Questions of
tariff, questions of silver bill, questions of
'epublio or monarchy have not so much to
-o with a nation's temporal welfare as ques-
tiong of religion. Give Cyprus to Christ'
give England to Christ, give America to
'hrist, give the world to Christ, and He will
l ive them all a prosperity unlimited. Why
's Brooklyn one of the queen cities of the
*arth? Because it is the queen cities of
Blindfold me and lead me into any city
of the earth so that I cannot see a street or
a warehouse ora home, and then leads me
into the churches and Ihen remove thie
bandage from my eyes, and I will tell yston
from what I see inside the consecrated

walls, having seen nothing outside, what
is'. tbat city's merchandise, its literature,
its schools, its printing presses, its govern-
ment, its homes, its arts, its sciences, its
prosperity or its depression, and igno-
rance and pauperism and outlawry. Their
altar of God in the church is tlhe high
water mark of the world's happiness. T'ime
bhristian religion triumphant, all other
interests triumphant. The Christian reiig-
on low down, all other inter- sts low down.
Sol thought on the evening of that day we
stepped from the filthy streets of Larmaca,
Cvnruo. outo the boet that took us back tq

the steamer Minerva, whick' ilad al. ady sculptures, ns
begun to paw the waves like a courser i.la crash! crash I
patient to be gone, and then we moved o- and the trumi
and up among the islands of this Gospel dust, and the
. archipelago. cativds, while
Night came down on land and sea and the voices announ
voyage became to me more and mo:-e sug- Tallen!" And
gestive ard solemnly. If you are pacirig it spectacle;
alhnd a ship's deck in the darkness an I at sea Again the
is a, weird place, and all active imagination cavern of Pat.
may conjure up almost any shape he will, mounted Chri
and it shall wlk the sea or confront him by leading forth
the smokestack or rimeet him under the cap- line of white c
tain's bridge. But here I was alone ou ship's scene, the clat
deck in the Gospel archipelago, and do you bridle bits, at
wonder that the sea was populous with the earth conquer
past andthatdown the ratlines Bibiememo- And we halt a
ries descended? Our friends had all gone to cle. Again th
their berths, cavern of Pa
"C-,r.f.flt" T said. "when Will we arrive at great thrones
the InlIn.i ..e' Rhodes?" Looking out from thrones of ap
under his glazed cap, he responded in sepul- thrones of pa
cht-al oice, "About midnight." Though it than all on wh
woutld be keping mureasonablehours, I con- h vooks are op
childed to stay on dckirl, for I must sea reveaing irme:
Rhodes, one of the "islands associate:I with lived, the good
the name of the greatest missionary the and the humbt
world ever saw or ever wilt see. Paul and at theturi
landed there, and that was enough to make in rapture of i
it famous while the world stands, and fa- sarcophagus o
mouse in m heaven wnen mne worlt as become shipping, and
a charred wreck, heavens vanis
'This Island has had a wonderful history. from the speol
With six thousand Knights of St. Johbu it at The panorat
one time stood ouit against tWd hundred of Patton, an
thousaild Warriors tinder 'Solyman the of gold, and a
Magnificent." The city had three thousand Rhime or the I
statues, and a statue to Apollo called Co- fruit trees be
lossus, which has, always since been con- bauk, and al
sidered one of the. saven wonders of the which the uep
..world. It was twelve years in building and and the glory
was seventy cubits high, ana had a winding commingled.
stairs to the top. It stood fifty-six years breathe a sigh
and then was prostrate by anl earthqtiake a difference, o
After l ng in rlins for nine hundred years, teand their for
it was purchased to be converted to other lands, an1 the
purposes, and the metal, weighing seven they who weri
hundred and twenty thousand potinds, Was were bereft e
put on nine hundred camels and carried figure of that
away. We were not permitted to go ashore, 1 think that J
but the lights all up and down the hills show his cavern no
where the city. stands, and nine boats come uch was it f
out to take freight and to bring three pas- T much was i
sengers: Yet all the thousands of years of Too much was
its history are eclipsed by the few hours or perience.
days that Paul stopped there. shouy friends,
As I stood there on the deck of the Min- should have
erva, looking out upon the place where the while. You a
Colossus once stood, I bethought myself of its cares and f
.he fact that the world must have- a God of you have se'rv
some kind. It is to me an infinite pathos- best you coulk
this Colossus not only of Rhodes, but the dyti bed Wer
colossi in many parts of the .ea'thb, This is so. PWas read
only the world's blind reaching up and feel- the family at
ing after God. Foundered human nature pecting each l
must have a supernatural arm to help it "Open the gat
ashore. All the statues and images of heath- Happy tHap
endom are attempts to bring Celestial forces last hour,
down into human affairs. Blessed be our Oh broth
ears that we have heard of an ever present for day ha
God, ad that through Jesus Christ He comes ford, in th
into our hearts and our homes, and with his life, cried
more than fatherly and motherly interest Him as He is,
and affection He is with us in all our strug- Him,and shall
gles and bereavements and vicissitudes., gotten the vie
Rhodes needs something higher than the His arms to e
Colossus, and the day will come when the I enjoy! No
Christ, whom Paul was serving when he Ibave angels
sailed into the harbor of Rhodes, shall take Redeemier. G
possession of that island, uel's land."
SAs we move on up through this archi- history of the
pelago, I am reminded of what an important 'You see tha
part the islands have taken in the history of ob, child of G
the world. They are necessary to the ness as much
balancing of the planet, The twvo hemis- You will go i;
pheres must have them: As you put down azain. for G
upon a s,:al the l'-.,r p.-jn.-i n- ithar .au.n r,-tt.-r and g
Pr,,-1- h., ilah of, I..
ue oun-s- lb-... n.tid-!-
i -lan., a d-l -1 1 .7 ,ii.l *,Hd l y n A Ai lr I lit aud rAtlessne
nent. Something of what part the islands departure, th'
have taken in the world's history you will sea no real. distr
when I remind you that the Island of Salamis involuntary n
produced Solon, and that the Island of Chios cases it is the
produced Homer, and the.Island of Samos great for ni
produced Pythagoras, and the Island of Coos heaven break:
produced Hippocrates. You see you
But there is one island that I longed to see time for your
more than any other. I can afford to miss there will be
the princes among the islands, but I must se der yoU, and ,
the king of the archipelago. The one I longed your old fath.
to see is not so many miles in circumference will descend it
as Cyprus or Crete or Paros or Naxos or children who
Scio or Mitylene, but I had rather, in this sleep years ag
sail through the Grecian archipelago, sa kiss will be on
that than all the others; for more of the see gardens in
glories of heaven landed there than on all open of shini
the islands and continents since the world long ago hush
stood, 4s We come toward it I feel my In many a (
pulses quicken. "I, John, was in the island have known a
that is called Patmos." It is a pile of rocks the phraseology
twenty-eight miles in circumference. A few thing 'that iu
cypresses and inferior olives pump a living those long dec
out of the earth, and one palm tree spreads delusion, but
its foliage. But the barrenness and- gloom ified loved ona
and loneliness of the island made it a prison to come, and t
for the banished evangelist. I go down to
Domitian could not stand his minister May I be the o
and one day, under armed guard, that min- that soul at th
ister of the Gospel stepped from a tossing Lord will say;
boat to these dismal rocks and walked up to on that mission
the dismal cavern which was to be his home glorified breth
and the place where should pass before him will be in the
all the conflicts of coming time and all the health standing
raptures of a coming eternity. Is it not re- voice and see
markable that nearly all the great revela- world, you wi
tions of music and poetry and religion have meant the flesh
been made to men in banishment-Homer break, the cry
and Milton banished into blindness; Beeth- way! By this
oven banished into dearness: Danta writing straight for hi
his "Divina Commedlia" during the nineteen for God!"'
years of banishment from his native land; Ason that
Victor Hugo writing his "Leas Miswrables" Patmos b3g'an
exiled from home and country on the island to the stern of
of, Guernsey, and the brightest visions of eye on the enc
the future have been given to those who by andi the voice
sickness or sorrow were exiled from the John Ith exi
outer world into rooms of suffering. Only seemed soundid
those who have been imprisoned by very against thesid
hard surroundings have had great revela- ernacle of Go
tions made to them. dwell with the
So Patmos, wild, chill and bleak and ter- pie aan uoa lt
rible was the best island in all the archi- be their God-
pelago, the best place in all the earth for tears from the
divine revelations. Before a panorama can. more death,
be successfully seen, the room in which you neither shall t
sit must be darkened, and in the presence of former things
John was to pass such a panorama as no
man ever before saw or ever will see in this THE AL
world, and hence the gloom of his surroui-"'
wings was a help rather than an hindrane.e -
AtI the surroundings of tht place affected Governor J
St. John's imalagery when he speaks of Governor J
heaven. St. John, hungry tfrom enforced Can
anlstinance, or having io fool except that at
which his appetite revolted, thinks of BiRMINGHA
heaven; and as the famtishied mani is apt to priniary elect
ilnreamn of bountiul tables covered with State convent
luxuries, so St. John says of the ilt
q heaven "'-They shail hin-er no more." ty on Decembl
Scarcity of fresh watev on Pattieos and the has arrived ar
hot tongueof St. Jobhn's thirst leads him to speaking amo
admire heaven as be says, "They shell thirst addressed a
no more." Captain Kolb
St. John hears the waves of the sea wildly here next wee
dashing against the iro-s, and each wave ground. ]t i:
has a voice, an I nil the waves to ether make that a governm
a chorus, and they re'iini him of the ituiti- for a renomi-
tfdinous anthems of heevn, and he says.
"They are like the v,- ,e of many waters. Iicretofore cc
One day, es he loo:e i o;t upon the sea, the making this t
waters were very 'isootb, as it is to-day
while we sail the.; in mhe Miinerva, and they
were like glase. and the sunlizbht seemed to Three Chil-
set- them.oin lire, and there was a mingling of
white light andi intense flames, an1 as St. RALEIGII, I
John looked out from his -avern Loh:ne upon received herec
that brilliant sea lihe thought of the splendors Lumberton.
of heaven and describes the-n "As a sea of PgoO, was S
glass.mingled with fire." Yes, sete I in the i cotton
dark cavern of Pa nnes, though home-ick and 1mckiii c-otto
hungry and loaded within Donitiau's anathe- house i three
mnas, St. John was the i most fortunate man seven years.
ot earth because of the panorama that aini burned
passed before the mouth of that cavern. -i-t;is ic f lte
Turn down all tliet lights that we tnm bet- ei -
ter see it. The panoram-ia passes, andI lo! the head imd fou
conquering Christ, robeI, gir lleI, armed,-the
flash of golden candmllesticks and seven stars Pr

in His right hand, candlesticks and stirs
meaning light heldl u!-i au I light sc-'ttered. BL'IJ.INtCG r'
And there piusses a throne aur Christ on it, -1 ied here f
and the seals broken, and the woes sounded, [Lcav'in e tihe n
and a dragon slain, ano- seven last plagues
swoop, and seven vials are poured out, and '-sigsill:on as
the vision vanishes. And we halt a moment it in tie hant
to rest from the exciting spectacle. Again tinmw was state
the panorama moves on before the cavern of takIe (iffe.tl, hbu
Patnios, and John the exile ties a great city t sie
representing all abominations, Babylon tow. l rt'liC.
ered, placed, templed, fountained. foliaz;r. -huortly."

doctor Resigns.
N, VT. ScrctI:ry Proctor
rom WVa-hingto-i Before
,tional capitol he wrote his
secretary of w"a- and placed
Is cf the President No
ed for the resignation to
lt tlhe U pectat oil is that
nt. will fornmaly pltJ:cept it

.ngmg gardens, suatemy gonm
and the pipers cease to pipe,
pets cease to trumpet, and the
smoke, and the horror fill the
from above and beneath are
ining, "Babylonl is fallen, is
we halt agln to rest frdon the
panorama passes before the
mnos, and John the exile Sees a
st on a snow white charger
the cavalry of heaven, the long
chargers galloping through the
tearing of hoofs, the clinking of
ad the flash of spears, all the
ed and all heaven in Doxology.
again to rest from the specta-
ie panorama passes before the
tmos, and John the exile sees
s lifted, thrones of martyrs,
postles, thrones of ptopiets,
triarchs, and a throne hi$hei-
hich Jesus sits, and poiderois
aned. their leaves turned over.
names or an nar nave ever
d and the bad, the renowned
ble, the mighty and the weak,
n of eva-yleaf the universe is
fright, and the sea empties its
f all the dead of the sunken
the earth gives way, and the
h, Again we rest a moment
an moves on before the cavern
d John the exiled beholds a city
river more beautiful than the
Hudson rolls through it, and
nd their burdens on either
1 is surrounded by walls in
holstery of autumnal forests,
ass ana sunsetis or alln the ages,
of burning worlds seem to be
And the inhabitants never
, or utter a groan, or discuss
r frown a dislike, or weep a
shion they wear is pure white,
heads are encircled by gar-
y who were sick afe well, arid
e old are young, and they who
are reunited. And as the last
panorama rolled out of sight
ohn must have fallen back into
erveless and exhausted. Too
or the naked eye to look at.
s it for human strength to ex-
I would not wonder if you
a very similar vision after
'ill be through with this world,
fatigues and struggles, and if
ed the Lord and have done the
d, I should not wonder it your
re a Patros. It often has beOn
aing of a dying boy who, while
tood around sorrowfully, ex-
breath would be the last cried
tes!. Opa nthe gates Happy!
-py!" John Ow-n, iid his
said to his attendant,
er Payne! the long wished
as come at last!" Ruther-
1e clos;nh moment of his
onu, "I shall shine, I shall see
and all the fair company with
1 have my large share. I have
otory. Christ is holding forth
mbraca me. Now I feel! Now
ow I rejoice!. I feea on manna.
' foo:'. My eyes will see my.
Iory, glory dwesleth in Imman-
Yes, ten thpusan I times in the
world has fhe dying bahl be3n
tima will ean- when you vill,
od, be exiled to youmr last sick-
ais John was exile to Patmo-.
ito your roa n not to come out
of is going to do something
;grander and happier lor yoi
ever done! Thbre will be such

ss at the time of the Christian's
e physicians say, is cause! by
ess.- ,It is an unconscious and
aovementf, and I 'think in many
vision oE heavenly gladness too
ortal endurance. It is only
ing in on the departing spirit.
iur work will be dona and the
departure will be at hand, an 1
wings over you and wings Un-
songs let loose on the air, an-d
,r and mother gone for years
ato the room, and your little
nm you. put away for the last
o will beat your side, and their
" your foreheads, an l you wi!l
full bloo-n, and the swinging
ing gates, and will hear voices
C.bristian departure that you
nd I have known there was in
gy of th: departing o.es so.ne-
adicated the reappearance of
eased. It is no delirium, no
a supernal fact. Your glor-
ies will hear that you are about
they will say in heaven: "May
show that soul the way up?
celestial escort? May I wait for
aedo-e of the ,oiU.w?" Ad the
"Yes. You many fly down
n," And I think all your
iren will co 3 dolown, an I they.
room, and althitt;u. thoss in
g around you may hear no
no arrival from the heavenly
ll see and hear. Ani the mo-
hly bond of the soul shall
v will be: "Follow me! Up this
s gilded cloud, past these stars,
iome,straight for glory,straight
lay in the Grecian archipelago,
to fade out of sight, I walked
f the ship that I might keep my
;hantment as lon; as I could,
that sounds out of heaven to
le in the cavern on Patmos
ing in the waters thit dashed
e of our ship, "Behold the tab-
od is with men, and He will
in. an-l t ley shall be His neo-
inmseit snail De wie mzanem ann
and God shall wipe away all
eir eyes, and there shall be no
neither sorrow nor crying,
here be any more pain, for the
are passed away."


ones Enters the Active
vass Personally.
., ALA., [Special.]-The
ion for delegates to the next
ion takes place in this coun-
ier 21st. Governor Jones
nd will spend the week in
ng the mining camps, lie
meeting at Pratt mines.
, alliance candidate, will be
k and go over the same
s the first time since the war
ir has gone into a canvass
nation, that having Lecen
needed. Both sides are
he b"ic ground.

dren Burned to Death.
, C, [Special.]-News was
of s terrible affair near
Edward Pittman, a well-to-
n his farmn with his wife,
n. having left locked in his
children. the oldest aged
The house caught on fire
like tinder. The only re-
children found were the
r hones of ihe oLilest one.


Several Substitutes For the Sub-
Treasury Bill.

"A Reformer"' )issects These Substi-
tutes,1Offered in Response to the
Request "Give us Some-
thing Better."

[National Economist.]
The Alliance has always sard: "If
you don't like the sub-treasury plan give
us something better. We are not wed-
ded to anything. What we want is re-
lief, financial relief, and we do not care
from what source it comes or what its prin-
ciples, provided it is honest, 'constitu-
tional,' no class legislation, and promises
to be.permanent in its beneficial effects."
The press reports that Senator Butler
offers as a substitute State banks of issue.
If he means such banks as those that ex-
isted before the war, having, the same or
similar powers and privileges, his plan is
open to these objections:
1. The plan is not honest. No indi-
vidual or corporation has the right tolive
and grow rich on the interest of the
money he or it owes. I mean just what
I say-" 'on the interest of the money he
or it owes." It is right that you collect
interest on what is due you, but it is rob-
bery to make your neighbor pay you in-
terest on what you owe him? This is
what the "State bank" of Senator But-
ler's does. The bank issues for every
dollar of coin it holds three (more or less)
"promises to pay" dollars. If the issue
is three dollars in I aper promises for one
dollar in gold, of course two of these bills
rest only upon "thin and insubstantial
air." But when the people borrow these
two notes from the bank--these 'two
notes which are the mere "promises to
pay" of the bank-the people pay inter-
est to the bank, to the extent of two-
thirds of its issue, and the bank is ena-
bled to grow rich upon the interest on
Shat money which it owes to and has prom-
ised to pay the people. I leave out of
view the interest the bank collects upon
the money it owes to depositors. The
old "free banking system" is no better.
2,. There is grave doubt as to its
constitutionality. The trend of decis-
ions, and of enlightened public sentiment
is certainly against it. The national gov-
ernment alone has the right to make
money. The States have delegated the
power to coin money to the general gov-
ernment. Can the State delegate to the
citizens a power that is inhibited to it by
the constitution?
8- It is class legislation of the worst
am'aracter. It is lcgislat'on in favor of
money capitalists. It compels the people
in tfh fiAbeie-ntnr f n th e1nailt.al-

Pulitzer building are told by the World,
that has its home there, to give your ef-
forts to secure the sub-treasury plan and
"find fortunes" in raising onions.
It would seem it is time for the farmer
and the laborer to take back those words
"or something better," and demand the
sub-treasury plan without amendment,
pure and simple. A REFORMER.
Lenoir County Alliance, North Caro-
lina, requests the publication of the fol-
lowing resolutions unanimously adopted:
Whereas the political press have made
numerous assaults and misrepresentations
against our honored national president
L. L. Polk:
Resolved, That we, the County Alli-
ance of Lenoir county, in convention as
sembled, to still hold our president in
high esteem, and that our faith in him as
a chrsstian gentlemen and noble officer is
Resolved, That the slanders made pub-
lic against him, in every instance, have
to our satisfaction been disproved*, and
that we will stand by him with unflinch-
ing zeal.
The Department of Agriculture, 'of
Victoria, Australia, sent circulars to the
head teachers of all the graded schools
outside of the metropolitan area a short
time ago asking for their views as to the
desirability of giving instruction in ag-
riculture to the children at'cunding those
schools. Of 1,248 teachers, 84 per cent.
are favceable to the introduction of agri-
cultural lessons in the rural schools, and
84 per cent. of them already have some
acquaintance with the theories of agri-
culture. In fifty-two cases school (hil-
dien already care for garden; s or tr es in'
the school reserves, and the majority of
the scholars attending 369 other schools
have garden plo's or assist their parents
at home in gardening. In 161 schools
the pupils have regularly made collec-
tions of wild flowers, weeds, grasses, in-
sects and butterflies,, and these collec-
tions-have been used in object lessons.

The State meeting of the Michigan
Alliance was held last week under the
most favorable circumstances. It passed
resolutions squarely endorsing the Ocala
demands in full. The following officers
were selected:
President-A.,E. Cole. "
Vice-President-D. B. Deming.
Secretary-Anna E. Potter.
Treasurer-A. D. Carlton.
Lecturer-L. E. Lockwood.
Chaplain -Mrs E. M. M ore.
Steward-R. B. Trebs.
Doorikepcr-A. McCaivey.
Ass't Doorkeeper-J. W. Placeway.-
Sergeant-st-Arms-E P. Fleming.
Member of the executive committee, for
five years- J. W. Ewing.
Delegat' s to the national convention to
.,,- ,;l.j Lnfianapolis-EH. Belden,

The circulation and its effects upon the
times is shown by the following table:
1811-$ 28,00':,u(,00-- Hard times.
1816- 110,000,009 --Good times.
1818- 40,000,000 Panic.
1832- 60 000,000-Fair times.
1837- 150,000,000-Booming times
1843- 58,000,000-Panic.
1847- 105,0O0,0090-Good times.
1857- 215,000.1ii0- Pooming times.
18'58-- 150,000,00)0- -Pac.
18635-1,651,282,373, 530 failures-
Booming times.
1873--$738,219,000, 5,183 failures-
1877-$696,443,000, 8,872 failures-

The quarterly mce'ing of the Aiken
county, S. C Farmers' Alliance took
place at the court house in Aiken.
It was decided t) reduce the acreage
planted in cotton next year and to plant
more grain, corn, peas and grasses and
also to raise more meat. They will await
the action of the Cotton Growers' Con-
vention which meets in Atlanta soon to,
determine the acreage of cotton to the
plough. The farmers were advised to
hold back all the cotton they could to
bring better pr ces.

The Alliance in N( rth and South Da-
kota are doing well. They learned the
doctrines of the Alliance early, and have
to a greater or lesser extent put them into
practical use.
a- *
The report of the proceedings of the N.
C. Stafe Alliance sh li ns a business trans-
action through t;c Slate business agency
of $494,000.

The Scotland Neck, N. C., Farmers'
Alliance are taking steps to reduce / e
acreage of the cotton crop next year.


The Republicans Make a Clean Sweep:
of all the Offices.
CHICAGO.-Complete returns icceived
from every precinct in Cook county show'
that the entire Republican ticket was
elected Tuesday. Not a imn seems to
be missed. .The Republicai candidates
for county commissioners uin the city dis-
trict appear to have received majorities
varying from 7,000 to 14,000. Eckhart,
Republican candidate fir drainage trus-
tee, received 5,000 more votes than- any
other candidate for that office. The only
Democrat elected was Lyman F. Coley,
drainage trustee who comes in as a mi-
nority. representative, It- is one. of the
most sweeping lepublicun victories ever
known in Cook county, and is largely
due to c'ninued dis-'en-tns in the Demo-
cratic ranks. A siguicaut flatire of
the election is that nearly eveiy man en-
dorsed by the American or "kiow-noth-
ing" association appears to have 'been
New York Legislature.
NEw YORK CITY, Special.]-h very
politician in the State is now figuing on:
the political complexion of the Legis ature
as should Democrats control libth
branches it is admitted that the firstthing,
done would be redistricting of the State.
Both parties are claiming majorities it:
each branch, but the latest received. by
thile Assdciated Press indicate that thi
Senate will stanl : Republicans 17.
Democrats 14, Independent Republicani
1. According to samereturns the Assem-
bly will stand: Republicans: 60, Demo-
crats 66, and Independent D-e "ats 2.

It has been official reported that l-ie
wheat crop of North Dakota is about
50,000,000 bushels.

Highest of all in Leavening Power.-Latest U. S. Gov't Report,



No. Solid Tires, 5 STRICTLY No. 3 0, Ladies' Cushion Tires,
S00 HIGH GRADE, $95.00
No. 2, li'on Tires, No 4, Convertible Solid Tires,
$95.00 $85,.00
No. 3, Ladies' Solid Tires, No. 4, C, Cushion Tires,
$S5.00 0 -$95.00

l ll S h Tirs No -better
ARE \ machinmade at
WarltD ( 'jany price.
InturC anl-all, \ AM-.... I // Bicycle Cata!ogue Free.
ab-. 0 -. : _s
$85.00 $85.00
JOI-N 1 -T o I -. OVTI-L AT.x~1S CO.,
iendl sia ints i tn slta r' 1 fhr ur s0 o a*' t" luslral :.(' at .. fa -- o C ss, Sp'he rs, otig sofall kinds, etc.

o .. \ -r

NO. 50.

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How They Executed One of the Com-
missions of Postmaster-Gen-
eral Wanamaker. '
WASHINGTON, D. C., [Special.]-
Among the 2,000 or more reports which
the Post Office Department Iha. neeived
thus far from the county se.it Puiostmasters
are sixty-one from wonitn Postmasters at
county seats. Of these t enty- nine t, once
undertook the visitation of the fourth-.:
class offices of their counties, five dele-
gated the work to. their assistants, and
the other twenty-seven coiresponded,
with the department, and promptly be-
gan the required visitations by corres.;
pondence or by proxy. -
One Ger.r1,g: P,'-stmirtre-'ss suggested
annual visits; another repoi ttd that. many
of the offices %L-iv in country stores, intd
were not as neatly kept as women would
keep them.
An Illinois Postmiitress rieponted that
not one of the visited Post Offices was
perfe t, net e\ en her own.
An Idaho Fo-tmistrres- iode 251 miles
on horseba,.k to make sher inspections,
and cheerfully spent 20 in the procesof"
A Kentucky woman tent her. toueds
with horse aud buggy. spent f-0, and re-
ported that eveiy Postmaster visited
would welcome- closer relations with the
department. Another in Kentucky trav-
elled over 100 miles and spent $15 for
horse hire .lone.
A L6uisiana Postmistress repot s that
she keeps bankirpt L illingly in order to
to improve thin service in her own village.
A Postmistiess in Mississippi reached
the Post Oihi es off the railroad line in a
sailboat; another in Milississippi travelled
through the piny woods island without
A New York" woman visited 44 Post
Offices with a hose and carri -go, travel-
ling 291 miles, and a North Carolina wo-
man was so courteously welcomed by all
the Postmasters that she promised anoth-
er visit next year.
A Texas woman omitted to visit one
Post Office because it required a hoise-
back ride of thirty.6five miles.
A Vermont woman was not prevented.
from visiting the offices because it is com-
posed of five islands.
Virginia and California Postmistresses.
visited every office in their counties.
A Pennsylvania woman attacked the
tremendous undertaking of %isiti6g 128
offices, many of them among "the Alle-
ghany Mountains, and disposed of it.
A West- Virginia woman wrote that
some of her offices were almost impossi-
ble to be leached, but she would reach
them just the same.
An Alabama Postmistress regretted
that she could not undc-tnkoe the work,
as it was impossible to hire any convey-
ance in her county, and one in M1 ississippi
asked to be excused, as she was.very
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*thiout interest, and then as iC
bonus pay him interest on two-thirds of
it-a currency that o glit to reach the
hands of the people "without price."
4. No permanent relief will result to
the people from such a course as Senator
Butler suggests. It is a proposition to
go back again into the mire from which
we are just beginning to emerge. Apart
from the curse of sin, the delegated pow-
er of one class to create money and exact
interest for its use from all other classes
has caused more misery and suffering to
the human race than all other causes com-
bined. It has created the rich to live in
luxury and ease, but at the expense of
the poor who must live in squalor and
One would think that no one with a
knowledge of the past, however bitter
the present waters or burning the present
sands, would propose a return to the
bondage of Egypt. L'ok back one hun-
dred years over our own history and that
- of the mother country and see the lurid
panic fires that bum ned up the substance
of the people. At ev, ry decade they
geam in the sombre light of history-
1857, 1847, 1837, 1827, 1815-'17. The
national banks, an improvement upon
the old "free banking" system of Scna-
tor Butler,. came in with lie war in 1862
and postponed the crash until 1873 No
one can deny that the banking system of
our own and the mother country waus the
main cause of all these disastrous crises-
No; Ihe substitute will not di.. The
people have-gotten too fur along n their
study of political economy to rutuinii to anm
old relic of financial barbarism. "We
the people" will make and issue our own
money to ourselves without interact.
It is no experinient. It is simple in its
workings. It is free to all. No class leg.-
islationis necessary to carry it into effect
and beyond doubt it is con-titutional.
The Tribune's plan is to "raise more
corn," and it is conveyed to the people in
these pleasant words:
"With better weather the mortgages
vanish, and als ) the idea that there must
be a new party in order to raise more
In other words, '-d weather cre-
ates the mortgages, and your relief lies
not in the orga -ization of any political
party, but raising "more corn."
Yes, men of Kansas and Nebraska!
You wh > burnt your corn bee .use it
was cheaper than fuel, are told
by the Tribune that bad weather made
your moroltgges: that better will cause
them to vanish; that you need not seek
through the ballot, through a new party
to rightyour wrongs; thatyoudo nqt need
a government, warehouse in which to
store your corn uutil you can recap the
profit, which goes to the speculator and
the gambler, but that the way out of your
trouble lies in raising "more coru"-yes,
"more corn for fuel.
'\This is also constitutional. It does not
necessitate "a swarm of officers" to carry
it into effect. It is free from the charge
,of "paternalism." The World, like Job's
war horse with the battle, only "smells
the battle a'ar off." True, it is open to
the charge of "class legislation," because
it will flourish best upon a certain iso-
thermal line. Here it is. The World
s1 ys:
"From Florida to Texaslet the Farnm-
ers' Alliance ienounl c le the lirnVli-Iloking
iulca of suiib-tre:asuIry and fiilc fortunes
in dse? culture of thant frngralnt biulb-the
ool -41 "
'a.w. farmers, you who i helped with
Im:p i:' 9W build th high di (1o: of the

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B : ro VaBon's Alliinc hy l-.n se- su.wcee of such an eratertaimnent, );s ii,; ia five outlof seven that have Acerthainc.v (ChzonaA t,rhss, & v i.KnnaH .s the f .-llowin wit. 5es to following hesribed rpd o lst nte lyin, eir :-"
t h e t .,ca r i d d o n 't s t and. t t e r a n u c a a H e a d OA ,o 'he d r scen tdut o r e s i d e n c e u p a n d
.' Bi0 -- n6n.1 Aili.^,, a h^iL h _.n ,e. o)n. ,; (iof !-,t:<;.ciioni o i" he December ,qeeiiing- iic'e by "ide. 'We sorr'tirnes coh by dru gis.,: 7* t-t. *l*ronic" k- Te'er evo ioar..3, ;?cae. -cad 0!c i ,ioub^iiv. t ni oiiA' rsaid la-d. upon, .ii tnte of i ,rida\, inte cutar e nd ;~ie ?, kua,
_. .- --e __- ._.--a_ __andor Sbr c, I1I ei1tIDSth.ea beo! N 1'ntv ofel fr ile-,(volaridolin

T" cted ted sthe'orr, n oib;'i M of the Florida number f ]D);morest:'. Family Mag-. wondr \h i c t b:1,bo sho d Soud by "r"?ot7 c:-h, ,*, Chro"i c P r os, 'e r 80eS^ E n ems, -,:.e aiC r .rro,;vEi z- a Hicn^a^ ha^d, -ded," ri s f-o*t*-wi
Farner'a Allianic zine, which wiUl be of interest to all suffer, but then we are taught in God's NoI:>T i d oie r r s hc! as th loead iN s. i ra;oc .asolerS nisoc *lirrow, tnhoii,, (;.. 1f'- SW (]ro. sel. IE. E hrof fE qr se.. 1o -8
.__ -.-- --- ,.r:., and valuablee to inexpon d that tie liht .r hih 1 dAles 1 as th e ad is. s coo sooth of LEv; i, l. L N IE etr. .n o NE a rs. l tai
'- *T~art~on hitsrt much he t to write enced houekepers. Fr the ini- aare but ior a morn t, work otut or n !s a hu'n beig for whom it q ofeel IIndrew h,,o been en^ by YNH R ev tr Ir qr seeo5T 361R1G containing
-k .".B,.le o-8 UwL,', iv, ,N 40, ,,r, 1 ,

a tlhankrgivin .ry. H e ofa t l wa er-eolor, "A had of Ianr a fa r m ore exceeding and eterna t a d rever"e,1 i.af.era o.t"-%a/ment d 'ailed. N O T ICE P) J L A q' 4.r .
ath nk,,v :K ~r :a. C- au", ,, e h- o, "of whic al w.,- n( c... i," S a,2a 50 cntar. ,. o.. s., ale by L n o" "c "- |.I; Ou'IE.T _{I:,ISVa.I., FLA.,- NW gr ofNW or see. Typ.1 6 t in eco-
0>nd .m is all ..a e. l t a u the hworo hich a i eight of glory. W e should eiver .re ," Nov.., 0r, ., sJou ta ini rg ere.c
ap,;rec!ate, to the patter'. O:-der on ,.tniber the consoiiug words of Jesus, El.-ectr/c. (. trc.s. J. M. Jackson & ,;n, Br,,nson, an~l "v.n.ice i hereb. yiven tat the fol'owirg S n'9 <,'ofN-E qr Eqrof NW irindNWV-
SThe Ocal. N. Capitel's traI.) edi, -e l--t page, there is not a sin'gle and tlose of the poet- This re|temley is..evo-nii. so we!, 1:. C. Audre"si Ar;hr. naned setut,.r hs led notice or his inten- ;-,a urcs T 1.R. 1tin i
SM C thfluT in this spleil numbeFr that **.I ta:.e the little -nb ," said He, k n a i popuo cd no r, .:ike filal proof, in supp or of is R ra
tion is a main.',t., aft ir. The I W.. W wouhd not be regretted were it oruit- "And lay ;h<.. in m wbr'a.t; leial nie on. At; \h, i. e use-h i e g, s role ,\ el. Ail i ;;rof SE qrsee. !'p 1 11e n -*
Capitol is aftvbry ,'ed.. ted.. Th-ie bh-autiilr.y ekecutcd fu ^ 1frihthin' th >h." i'ntl an 5 1iectric Bicttrs sit !i the..s a e u&ng or n ,-." r.i;t courtr: at t;ronson, .Fla., orn ,i;n, 1:', n. h of Wqr and NW gr oI S 1 W qr e
page en having, "Thc M oth .r of O ur I" ^" e ,-r -- ," prise.- A purer n ed .iino ,1o ,0,s nBoY AS vz 22 Tl* H ,-o ta i gi^ n ws
That war w;flf Chihe haMl't, come od t 1ord," ia a gem that i spsiall y time- "1ea^th rsy tle hands oflii'e unloose, existt .d it. iI g.u:.!,!l d.f lc N (ho E,-, 1 cENY B. NEtiTi ES, of ie arco, Fla. anW IlNo W f i r, ,SE:qr of W q s te< !78
s-, ---W e h :2.;l .:.ler le. tljie contract ry, a nti a Christm as hyl if ll,,wed by 3 i i n ofo e 1 i t o r ITAT 1 Al a he t I a. for ie sE Ir ,rof (Bi {lal ss r wil,,ee s" ;0 a c rs
-' I "ri1 if nl lk-..'t i fw isa io a d w- i s n r j co et,(l tf-", il 1,rter-

out to the l.. 't bidder, a 1 rI, fusly _uI" tr Zt'd -1Lr, ,L' on The fa lly above ;o -w-f El h .,I :' q ssof r.,r or El rfl hfofSW r Seo
,, I M oe.134-Tp-m ft I I:eentoanindy i I k ': -
IV il I neg" is tie.rc,-!! .'1r"!rl I A W aso.1. .19ncs ,i

IIIVVI". y, IIS ,t, etoe, a(f the x uli-Log," Our school will take a week's vaca- Sati ih g o and ther o ".al,.cti ne.-. THE "r th "',"E'; -: I I a Vte. ., h S. 19 nEI i toho n.I' r s r 1e
The latest a-!' b is "Tropica] trnish in th l ves a holiday m ,u tion. The mother of our teacher has causei by imp,,, b h .--'i l drive T Y" f-r'. ,, o se n ln d .TI, eotTinin 1a re
that can hardly be surpassed. "Wo. }st returned fioua a lt g visit up Ma" ri n r t s i rvE 1 iiv:..on l T', vi' w hfofNE .r, W hffNVitr. NEqr.ot
F]ornda, a p.,Q:!,-.' .journa! published men as Smgg'ier-," "The C,,nquest cf North. G. as well as *uro "i .h:h r!yi iv.is. MABE 0- TlJ -J. r,. Milit, 33.r.,y }riest. S. B. W. SW gr and SE qrof NE qr sec l Tp17 R'1S?
Si 1 ti e ,ta tl T ;,' I's ... i- _.e : ,,.eot,1t1nin,,0-er-1

by E. C. ,i 1. '7t IP laths, 3E.isfil]ed Nepitune" (which gives val',abere ld _For 'ure of H. with gond thii..-, and we wih it th e Ie d ii no i interesting in rm tion abut d ver Many ld soldiers, who cot ted inl il I iT-estion try t ic Dinils. ...... orsVtr lia St -rot1- giEse.LTY a
eu?*;" ^ li- I .^eJ ^V t ^ ^ ";,3; Iron) I:;< '* "* 1"- 0 '^ --- AKD : '. -'* r .aa. n ^ w^S^ q Bec6..--- --____,

-1 -r .1 -l ,'j I Ian SOTICE .O I UBLIC TIN. t6entaing200aes.
AA-nI t,.. -r,,, te "7 per] a ,ol c an `8 t -, I '- n.. Land 01Eco at GaII e le ied l I. f r rcc i 4, 1 hfo nw qIr see5i *
.at It would be an <,.Iit i'J.if*rans .re tplendii store, and the rggea- 0o & son ronon ; nd C. ECOO AL : S, ON TAL l i Tp 1- r

portatin co.,.Dani*-, ....J hArg ten *<.ii3 about Christmas gifted will be of Audrew, Archer. FOR 'AaD,,l cred of pM ; t urt at Broison., Fla, on J..:, 14, ing Jr t"iu.nn l
dollar e a b o' uhn re (.ner C istma-, greh t a" BiTtance to t 'rose vho ne, er .. z: by hr le'h togthr and More *-' :- i ."- PO_ /Aa'. .' ,. >'oy. l-". "$9= N hfo fn o r sec7, nwith all nL-wd singi,-
S- ,,1n ..ecideIwht to make fora pre rt. Charon is the op ir fd e man who writofrci arsaanas ates so JAi ES IIS of iJdson, Fl'a.. irt- hon r, hern r
The-e!it0r w '(oo "tover the The numerous departments ar, a never stops oad n...e account of fs.g. j10 L.ant s d th ie leo F liut.,tinn
state w ri n o n To,.. ., and M ar. -r n r epl ted with searonabt e ideas- J a kso 5-,,jot? ,I !)y o'fr.... '!...:' G 3 s to....-, Ij ." ,'
k~ a et d it il- '. 1 o w a 1, W i tD over M200 i j'us tra ti ons enhance no, A Wome n)! dei t oo, I we e u c ntnoulue I..r.e -.-- _.idN ce po, a d hei.,,t ",491.ad st te T re

.in :.Chu ", .fn I' 1 h epl dk r-. FH rw "o sr- t Tp1.0V7. o u.'.r I-. .. i al l.o, de l to p of r t es n
sotaline, ,,and ni,) r .nu ,:harg-etten r hs ma b(t~te Tak in st asl gin wll, bemo fB tlntn ho ttsta ahl u oeA no of An rw ,nrhr "o: ..... Te.",- wns .C .-r' on0 metion mi ......... J.$'. Shw, at Juon" l".' -
t71to'..o"' '- OTrmeir EIbR beOti FArRMpam i bugtIznI a g s I il- aror:. iaot J-- .1 i ing *,1 ,;ars 'otiLY Reii llo5 a
doll rs is In f.ret:ubI <.) ,, (,r a bretn unea ar the cIamoo two protoe v oetmmire I of eilclsu r: a laab w w- '-..om ec or l 1 tg hr Y th alh nted Ili o'u-

ia waan g n- .s.. writing to .us. & simian, *d u.ed leir treflii. Wth aiooe Ne aarterr ws rn., pnnid Isouvezir. NOTICE FOR 0 P U jL '\ I)N. *c bo m
W envro m n hs h n Pie 2 ayer t sp bihd b ni ew sn ta l to ge ao nd 2lgo a mnie yoance...n. Ln/hic a riesetela Ineymissor n ae
ThJ Iedior1'()er holy.to15 E t it, I I .1o o.., is- e- oTrter stpn ono account ofe th.,g. 'e c. '' No tic e O""i n-TI'. I A L".......-

s tewriting.SY, o "t,--..._.. ._w ith seasonabeiH wes t s .',. ..'". het,.- '"' "" s .' ''. th,, .ef o (on 'i.ne ss t,^of 8ia td
ho e h -y '-,i -aw w e.rgh I a ,4 B' .R _,A E-.- I- .-,-. z, 1 A C'RIO. '(l6 ,;V 1 ti o i !lak O~g e t~ic i~ n nd t ei (lt *dn, f :id st t '''h t -

*G. A. R, Curni00nder rnlmer hal sr th e.a o sD. K( < u, s roN. Di: aSEn _anA D"-.he"ter co, led.. Mr.:-st" ," Iion to *'-; liin. i ,r i" support oi ha lon. Ben ""rieman,County.Ji,leor Levy
4 MO Tl li cb li Mr. s..Hotly re eoien !0 ho. l 0 o n a A o in lee ie. a. t:. p.-o .l ,. l n t t ad proof il no a county, ad a he dichare a th
Tyaled a Ytten h o 'i,, se l hy deNo rn- (. IN BED. quet-me to wrie Colds d at tl t u ne was not ab We hch wll g vieA teno;i l .-, T i .. w. l re J m lia asc. e, cr ir- executor of the R .l of T rO .s.ile
,;n5 &-?-lfo,- wt1 mewAil i.y_ ,2l pap5t -S Tit!0dr [,J. M B Shaw' of udso, aF1}M i 2..tat!Iy 1.6 jj,.le

O"cing the Co'., O.h a the sttlas ----- i- you in reg1Ard to Io onalk- across the r t t wrut re.a x i t<^;. 1.:a t 1 e Fll, on i J .t W rr Eval's,_ s;n Fi. lJa. -A%
to o/.-r ed s h., ,- r w m, r, = 's F m 'i l r to oe liaezand Iairs the fostor (.A:4(, (if css c ( .l ))v -r [e to "r I ,i u2t E

of treing h.' int., e,, w ng to f .ght e nht 8. u f$. he b-don s for her son, balf of n dollar ot t olu he p ie ordt^^ar. I tin! is c"r t.. lu..' iv t I M.o-. tSt Of 8.o0- 'D ec' b ero 18o1.F tl o. ^91. 'r l or. M .
... e we~ow : ttysiwn..iaui% ran"Tay esey defheirif;treatnjleutnt and. 3oneA IM )N L F. I'M Of 'flifof.ht ir.an cnio (f M r annPIs itouvenir. t at w (,T:izE eOr by taU,- ;C :- ATI4I.)-N .. ".."' '. .-m-i1s3 o U e, Ou i:-

I ", I ha~ve emid te thor h I, I ronIs L' iio iesFla., eo Il'gthe. ..egal

for the peacr p o.R Igo ai hIl. '-fitrtIes,, who has be sick so long with an ab iu hlcu butter; lnte oei u Lo -""e it r oias C .ur e.!Vyo ini ricone I*
:the tohesr ., ;,,, Au hel siee i d to srcev She had two p physicians, aby "nd i as t o |a l t oi;t g, o unde.. :s-my ml i ta s.1J1.s & 0fo or NE W .ar!tofN, T 1%s.N TE AP O
r Iting.o ave. tnhatar :'e 2f t, his e re t e -. a .* :.E,:,EALE"

have bee ilie a revolution hey did e ry'tIng for him that th ey aobl r.it. ,e.uiratee safisir,- l -A Valua en h nie.s he n flowing witnCse to .Il o o. h 1 "ipIh 4.

M the one. of 1776. Palmer's bramnis counl and. he- didn't iinproye. For 11,01. Tricl botl les free at J. M.J u |S i5 ^ (*orpte J; ,;. a *ck- r .- ; ;',," 1..-- ^i(n""' < -i~ir 'xej ? -' ni.-ilr. -,n r ~alrsi~~;- rax c:. ^^.*- conI.iii J3-ti 1 i ^ u6|,vnrs ir.o e lni *e iel a ("lllir so rian can i aul
."Bo k .l > i .t.n' ,a-n adliaent recommended yorr S. S. S. and after bu i,,i it they sho o, v e what he ha v e D-0 .. ..r ,... l S.F....-... s.. L O.FI 1Er AT GANE TM.e h -L..i NE nad N.otfS, ad Tp.11 -5

to the third 1 nrty schem A by leemun, he Mad taken two or three botk3 he Sold 3? seass i. .e. the f ov.loi ai. e is t o f b ..,ng o (
I ,.cI Io r0,e-the good old em-ratic ship that dn to im.p.,ov.. He continued ut -.uck- Arni-a S "e. .,.^.. ce t Or- of J s \ 1,sor e h ,n. B t lFrla., otda n ,; "ini-l.

brugt s utofth hndo rep h tl had taken even bottle and to- The^Sh '^ bi^^*'^st'^ save in.:"^ t)he. ^^NOi 0worldA orcDI .- OHA ntomk ^Alpro n uprt^
.lican ilr nolf and r p ace ou r hair st t ay h i as el "a ee y ae l ev ei ry fo. Soi s, U leto, stilt hs an ..... e ... .. -. .. 1 \i . ; ... ,e8 .. .. .., .. .i TA D 1
-o heon the high road to prosperity. Wy -e .I.urteen years old, .,ad M rs. K ely o l b3. ;. Ch n .G ". ..h !ourt i, Erono Fla., oo JF a :9, 18ivii od i ol-tstf ol ;a
_~~~ -- .'s i a_* v, ntu c 1 l,,, *' .. -, " --i'u ~ iiS 7", l"y '"':l ..... ^- i ".- i; ". .^ , .*-..( "vi fy s r. \" -.- ** I'.',- ,*dg, or > hi ah en e cler V,-- exc.uto*l rt^ o~ I ct~ i thX istWattt oarrv ,a,il

fight ffr titriT reforra an a govern- live txt door to me and lI am well lione, and |)o ':ih ively ncnt P iou or .n : YAN T SM r m, of B r*-son, Fla.. 1!0 3W fIIITr s
lent for, of, aind by the people. Can ac -ainted with the facts of the case." P yl r i, ail t- h. Iti es guarante .... -.' ..S...7 K .* .. S io te N. .e..24, Tit 11 S.. B:, .- ... .. ..a J... ...
T>-. I : )n- 1 ,' i ttOive pV' f" ct stl ias action, or t ou ney ri. .- T Eo 'iN o..o la i .O,,l;l; -.... i an 1 io ," '. r .. 15 E cou_ ty, ana. 1 Wrd ask to ".be tl"elnrgfEo LucN E

"Bowleng h un faiitee us something -. -. Ho- eGK ss, Postmaster, East .. .... ; ..ice .5 cP.. .s er box For I. all o r the w ...'.!; i ^ o ;'*wing witnesses to admia, .trat(r. Jt .., BA "
b better? W e th i n n ot, L a' oin e, M ai e. S w ift S p ecific h as s"le b y'J M J ack-n ; & S o n.7 C n 1tj i r: < nee u pn nod B rdo n, Fl ,Mas 2i,^ tr -
,1 '^ ln eo_,,b frI.h wonderful efretect .r on ch b dren and ILVEi. Ie juy h eo.!1.:'P:.. .. 3'. :.I ;-3"-." I | I. a.- ;I"E L NCH1i sr. :8,r 1OTIC i OR PU LICATK.
l o o ee., oouh wna0le It aoud be r e on to o:.zinTebslrl h otters ,., ....r ." .-L A L d o T1:l at .rll-e. lo.

10 hne Womron Pndi rl.r s of (l rida: e yr chul uo as aa od rube your aults godcs, offePa m re x ed hgr J: KCCernl !n<.. .'. .' ALE ,,,a. LY H a1 r nRest^ ('rd i r 6 oRt a ur ',!o= E 2, .A2tlautai r r Tk,,-,-,)i-(Ja i ", un N iDO YF I T G-I SVF FI F, FLC A _)O .N W (Ieri fN Wr b i e t a h lo

I theo 6d thtairt It drive chs otate poi CONSUMPTION CUR-D. ox "t | nd et i -n e;Sld, ron nil.J, Jini tag4-Fttere, as. s

for the dpe-cto of e oaf s ,, lt tr h e, Who a end p so germs, and enables An o ed phy cean ro:ined froh e prc- .'lar.y 5. p "a, ... e =. <, -! %,. .l :- ,. I,, .,, ,f o^
.. ...*'".. .. ..- "-[, J. ... IrtaNXOq.alt. eo_ "NV. O l' C(itA- o(fANE cT

peo le g enisri.;v, w ,klwImgtheetal tt re develoat o the child.. Our t,, isvi t -hya e lac\' in f ioo hean lts bh gsoo' y st ts el l o.; yn m ^ i n g (.c-h" tlit t< iof lo i--.'.Tu de Circuit Court, or in l b' '.. .ii"s a b.

ent. that arc L; among the wom en b Ov ai li u of ere an is N o pthe consoling -word of''I o :!s. it" w th, .t Bron on: a., < Dec<.
,, treaties. oa the blo.d and skin w ill be an .a-t India rmissionar t i.:B fo;.miiula < i,.">, A bove" silarv w ill b >air. dn *tcuh va to a.v r.-uor a =-iy h.. -..!e. t i.:, n, _,nt.on to u"ke !... p- :,n ,0.p iz: -, ,o-1. v.
-nd gi ls of M oa do e.ne. c ll h v<] e r,"mm g' End= m' h"n is ..-.. .le -"t to" b t-s nL C1 ; e. th t Kn d pol o f W,, "'R ess17110 r1(.

la n e e C,,I ,^hed free to all applicants. of a sieple vyi yeybln rgfrdy for the "himetht they. For fu try l. "an uuaruo ai'- .^ L .i me o...n^ al b!o r r,--: :.. :.- -,b, OSCAR HA.DEE, of Chiefland, Fla.
:n every woman and girl in the r tate is ET SPECdIc Co., Atlanta, Ga speo dy and per manent cure or CoJ t.on address '. bl 's,,7;'\ tl. forthe EEof E ce.26T.T- .
to.arouge to th1 .gol n oppor" unity s on -s, Bronbi C.tar..h. As-1 7 C ., -' .....n I( L. Mc Of" A, of J..o,. "e is the e o" "o wt.,n' to
offered to prove to the world that e not.nastam d ofthyyirtue;h anor th aad" oll!t!ioaet-aid L. n A a c- --n, V7. U .."- ... .. ... '.". '. ,, ,.t e s ite the o1u hscI n

quietly urui-uing the inodest, tenor of is a grood brooch to wear in a man's tion., also a positive and radical cure- H '^ .r ^Sa7^"^ ; ^^ n.mol7;i or the NE.'' Sac. 14T. 1.1 8. R1. euiv er u. Diir aii r. ecoolliter, *Iit
her wayshe is m3a5ing the mfost of ba at a11 times. f or Neryons.Debility a,,d all Nervous 10 ^^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ names the fnowoinse witncsse to .tJonesand w, A. Jone,.or(.thletBand,
her oppormuliies. In keeping With I Complaints,.after havi test itp pr ,ehico itn iou re idencelipo ,and ALEX.O HY C Pgister. S
Our h n ai published last spring e For lame back there is nothing b.t- wo"Ide. tk l clitrali. powrs in t.o..- d ol n: W. McElro, OTiC FOR P BL ATON,

would urg*elthat in each town in Flor, tar than* to< 8"larate a naiiinel clot!> Kiifs of cases, lias felt il his duly to /^ ^ r- ^ :/^ .. Al** "l *C 's-:^ M :< Keen, "aM' l-^ Rn ^ ster. Land Office at Gainosvil!e,.Fla.....
Ida the wohen in that vicinity meet w;ti Chamberlai,'s 5ain Balm and ake ,1 known to lin suffer g fellow .: :O'* It .' Oc ti .s-t
on WednesbJ, ,Nov. 25,astilo'cloc1k lind it on the affccled parts Try it Actuated by this motve,. an d e d re ^ ^ ,,:. */ ^ ^i,. !^,**:, .i= I.L persons hving c.laims agaah.t tho rt s ei 1 ^ ^1 o^'?
hd W n's od's and you .:will bg d surprised at the o relive hu.e.n -..*1,c.. wi le dt 1 A eate of u. l arst-er. d ge d H,- o a n roa s o f
ruht.,and ,oran ofa homane orl s, i hdt relief it af hords. The same free of cha. -e, to a.l who d's.re it, Th. -reatest Med5.ri al Dia' ve ',... Iy- -"'~y-- .'". *." '.'." ,.d' on o e ifim, nld that naid proof"vill bmade..o
Fa":ir -club, prudent, secrt"ry' tr'tent will cure rh. ,,,"".l'i' for this.r recipe, in Gera. French" or En- hadof the Ag. ..< o l -e m -e- idw,' ( hih Fn c 4.eLe)ri 'ri
t is.l, and formulate their .,own pai s st ale by J. M. Jckson & So, Bronso ; h, witi f ll directions for p par- HO 'i- .. t ..b. -. .'" toi i sa .te wil, p s .
for- si s wn,,r-v and making aIcred, a"d A nb drews, Archer. su n u s Sw.ert ,ty m-ai by ...!- 0 O d W ut... "'.. .N- ,'. .... --o, t re ,e or hs:,Ut lte E LLER. Eru DtW-, IN L. JANNEY, *of Le;yv.. il,

flable esbairif.'F oridyrman's work dresing, with .atutnp, natuing thn. ftS pO er~ c1s 01.8^o s^TS.' n -o,,non, F .. Nov.l9: tes9 Fla., ** *
I. ..w ,paper. W A. Nove, 8.0 Powers' i2g ,_ ',-'.,".. .. ,".- ,.ort a r'.,nJ ..-- .,19--.---=-,n. Hd ..S. ..orthe VNsof g"N=S tasaowh
at the \iorldh ra ;r t 2 p 18t3. W e educationn ia th, on e ..tertst wor". Block, .ochester,. Y. contra- a ,"d", ,--o.- N "- ,-- .- ., ..... -% ERoro Sec.20 T.,1.2S. R,1
ivould sugiest -^ithat, bi ec.Uon of thy the deep, controlling anxiety of ^ L;*^.l l* ..; ..**L,':1? 3 '* S ..^^? .?S *.r^ ^ S ^ e ,.ames the fonlowins witnesse,tto,
officers Psre slr.x1.1 byitake'0 t'Oaalect the thoughtful manl. \Y en you bury Rpimnosity, don't. ;^--';"",-*'J, 1;,':,, ,*:* ;*,v ,;,,0 '*^*-- o oS o f' oQ0 prove ii-s continuous residpnce upon, iran.
,n e O,'el" av1tion o d ldrrs d1 viz,

t inos Febo c a o1; 1 ed .full up headsIone over its grave. 11 til, .l m M, e _.-E.lec.;ric. : M S f. ...ohn D ru mm-d.a toun :Hsor irla oro)hIt. .
v atte-t "-i to th(hwork b nnd who .'LEM ON ELIXIR. .rd l .", ..*. .*:' r'...'. ." ,. .*.' _Al. ..... ^- .a* *'M nud: John C Ieck, Joh.. .*r T
C'api to l tD wo .' 1 .Te 1 .. GO f-.uU.S IS A LT- I l i .. .) -. .i ..H .*-... .... ...... r t.. o--oryefllxe cs--e F -VZ, SvrfN Wra. ro f

are enthuififfri^-: sh no iarg-, cgi, heA i ti W e (.frf ul Eflecti on the Liver, C h d i TK. obs *l- *!.'. I A LEX. LYNCHR Rm-ister.
interest/. As, on c ta ae club goorgan- s to or tc me, andVM a s w e and Bo,:icev er };ilen for n- W..oL.IGE us ...L C-,EE 00" N C E, o, FOR .UBLICATOe N.
ixed, we would talvise each club to t1]) *se*xual ;and bodily weakness of mens seieB Sr Aa~s loia etsstrs. s '^&^ :*'*.' '.tLASH oFVici;, Aii(Ksvn~.K,'yAJ.x
Sfr, o dor Biliobh e e nsn,;. a, ,., ,.Cons, ipation and .. .. ery kind, Cures guar wanted. Ad- .. .9. "".. .. 'M O.. --'.

send, through its nroper officers, a M alaria, take Lemnon ; lixir. dress wa i stalip, Jmh l uobs' eIharma, y N ""Id i t. 1* -4 : :,:110 y V,1 ]Ql-v([ I*lootiB ia luo' ilay ;iven that tliLe fon(owi
w rit.eu report of iTs organization to For Indi tio,, Sick and N rvous Co.. At ^lata, G a. St l adver; isen nt l *~ ^ a rat i^ C" *-^ld. ;c^ !"I^ O Vl IT O ^ ^ "_o; nW (, I a -Et
th. '. pres""le.. o the club in the rc toun- yeadacheb: take Lemon Elixirele k by where.. / I d 2 .1 .m. a.n that ,ida1 p.toohSEint .t e mftI..
;n ,i su (;, rl,,,.' k] i "l Iaflls ;i o r" t '* :,'a till"THA 'T ,m ,A ''-77 '" .. a '.'5 : .,T" <" quarterouof "Nidt, i ask tot e aifccl~arged Ur"uih

g tty t teat of erch cr- county hen For Sleplessness, rvosno t ,.ss ad Toi morrow is the mirage of tir. -:'-,fe, r x GH ,;, e tb f w w e s t ."d i ata k&qo oAf EI N, ,
"utl eire L maraI alub nm the !. rtl inure ,ake Leosm e Eli t fnd procrastination it bhillig victim. A Ll N 1 ] i lo Pia -0t ":. -- R 'I EASE of uEyIl-
s. -eat u'or.'d, l- th e ot"'evb., C.. .he.. and ebl h"ar usca ke ady elob at .'.z ,. !t pIrs lh rij) .: n1 .1d -' T 1-1"-."!I.'"- l" ii 131'a '. ..9Ei. "
I y. ung( Ipeoph m, lr, sn aou hda gyeIn o. ,.. .i! .. -.t- .,- i s ldll I-Z ol itclES 0g ( A i; Iit ` J ":!iL! iaiil t.c i wii_ in msst S1 f0r.+~
T he'It-' 'jlg-,R'"; ; : .. I _'U ion. T ile.i....'01' 1-11't.-c ir h s'ca:t.. "by i--.1 '."lml-.',8T Y -` -L.T 9X., ,Ylti C.ll( R j i)ner.d Oe1t-1IT (,on1
,a 1he ,om n a!,d Gifs ofCal)rhardly be,.,, pas ,ed!o" '. inretu rne tt oi- a Ir our viu~t 'ill.)* .. .*.Maa iniv inih '' ;!inl ttvi V .....-- j " |.1l. .... .t Iiis eoeal ., ,. 1. -,.I
Flori-h ivv. .--I~w tlmt o r -.r.'y ntm~,,Lo ns a uooa toume ,,..,) ......, ... ' ,' ... ..-, r ... oy .f, "" ',) ,.!()I uXL!..A il, Noeco s hxeb17 tlin hof tN fE,1oi-
,. ,}' ,a -,oy, ,gheft... 0.',.,o '; ...inPl) -P'. thrWg i' ~l~eok~ a.
state d.'qrejehr.rvh s .,.e l1,, al p hLrblo ait td iv so t h oM ADEU OF ,_.U ....- ..........., "1... ..:" ...... -" "..
byE.n C. I'h ,1.a!-L h l among t.h18womlenti treatise" (whthe give;nds dn ifu lb~e and E s I h m__ r tefom F or cue or -- liw ...." ;" !' i ,,utm, l ,ll'LINtl r i.e st, oafpr "am-nto. 1pIit"or 20
@ :,.;; A b ,,e ,01t.l. ,:,l *,, C,,,,,,- It,,,,-; ,... t l ,,,,r, a. i a it "'i % ... .. ;, ,.
It e ey -o1n a dg r mt e t te m in, iFTSP rC alC on abtia t d a i eei6-odv sodid er sane nt c!' O' on a ten dr's ... ...... 3 --:....._...'.o':l ._!sene E!,._,i Dit',':, AttIr1 i n la .o Ja. fling16 01ft*e X.'f E zgc .-
toaru e o h g ld n op oru it s~ pto ro e h~q Ca'dr].-s E Anti.r e ,ttt6- V.:tlI Glu rtii, l n, ----et.!_ 0,',.. ,~',.:t '' i1 .....---._. S. U 617,lie ..P,
( 1101N t ."'I eo _i,- 50(1.4al 1.."', 11 I- I ,II) Lan 6]E u .t G -ai/ nes of dl ite- h ueFhelola.,tn se
o, 17 -s V a ,.,te-!1, "I -1... I "I7) It 16 co_, t--., a .
__t 1pr1in th.mde t-Tnheo'.'a g r oomi ch tof w Pear juin ha's 1 on .aso aottlee n radta "' .. ...... c.jl% j li t,..v',.- -..... 'Z I --;. "-'".d.17, I NthoyL; e lT. 1!.11 .N. f of.lieur~rn e .- . (,l e '-
T' w %he' i srim ae been g tea ot fb at lltimse,,d rnsDvirv i, athe'ou ra', ._ ,[ I GALq : ,_ "V"AN { IZED ,*- "'Noice i hereiv ovn tiit t15E. bllrt Jonx.)aid \R'I A Jne, fmtull
I : _`". I -,' .ime! .ite aE dI, ofI I- -'
ou Dn u lih d as p in ,w or ]a s"nl e b ckterpecialivnot dingb t- woarrhea .tf'ul curative pow.rs le i ton- j : ,- I I I .'' ."! -...., ,. .- ii :u t : tono.\sad ',,t! viz: ': r n q
"._-_.N ot1ce.; -h-_ -_ gieD thaandhthatslli I
.. ,. "t" C ,- : ,,-.' ,',. : .,,.,-., -.-.
p ra. iu. anderg.vizet omnr ortild soa| d bout swil ,.n'rs gi at the Anrewsh Al 'I" il,(.d ''': ,_ '' --, Leae f Maseled.cae, timt m k '.a :ro n uprto i
b r1tr **11b o -, te fL yc o~u:r t a Bono Flaorid Jn, wi4) r isn '. .ett n n hti ro !lb a~~m
dolairs a boxub, it:h reesCid n st, asece tary,trat en. t will a c ue t o 'hoe vn.tto n e r t i. '-ve- l e"I:I.b~gI~ r .u-...,:o- i .- '.. I' ',1- I .-I-"'-o-".'-(-or.. .-ev "':. teop

I M I. d2:"10 for t-116IV th:e of -Y,,'SE1'.NE.tor &fESe':
Th d lr %'. n-" pa er.ver..the 'The 20 mower' us depart. tire,-=--- _--- neve.r ."....--"on -- ...u"....o-f-"1,- -*-:"-"".-, -. I =- -.- I -/_ /_ fin lti of E ftec.20 v. 1t. J, 1
Stte W rd F i . .18 IWP 11u.atio. 1. .h. o 0 I interestwor, ock, ] oIhZ1. 7! ., -::,f N-X (I-.ar"e., -e:..I-IiT. I I sonIr..ted E
Wo ld ug ea t,.',hith i]&u~n t th7 tred cplete onthreaol ng ableidet aso. -. o .,, ... ...- ...." ..._ . -- ,- '?" -
4- 7......... ... .. ... l-,r-f" I '_ i_ ai:i ii ol. nv~tet~ o the ,,atate ,of A.
ewrln, f r,,re nd M r-.o' .- F' ,,, .... "" '-" ..... "P .... o Jev on ty[' lr l m m ,v h :f .h~m ,r.
..... ... '1.. j '._Jo- 3T .. -, ,
:s t -ttI I eh tltanc erth e A J!h o ondE !r O E L IX r 1 ....' .:",--z ": '. .. ''.'.. I .. ,. .:- -. n o e 0 l u tr t o s_ ,, ., ,,-, ._. .. -- .. : the i a e. o-.,%;!;
60,..,."a.ru.l...at. K x .M .\ m ,I'36 N-.- .. .'.,v..l.
-.in rveuz.,(1 P,!'n I m,'e.ot~ ent f o ,nen tOLU'.tio, is o f2 .h. e -- .
did re.,dig -A X1-Z~e-.&2-!3i,. lv-l' ato ,o sidan,,iz t.pa fr ites
%1h~ ,,sv,F a k 1t iffr:! m ibodi y ouneakneu v x, I ..o o a ,., .," *!I"t: .-.' ." 1 11 .1. A .Ofl eeliielIn, VILLI"Fiea .
sylea( V,!2e)would Ia vseezoac clubetter m tlror Taki ngitusn ll! in ail, t enon and c3'e|'v i tnd, OCur taes gua! antee. had- 7rzo ae,1,x' Tyr --"--:-. 'ha ll; Tndl .. .shlv f ul9o _:.
tos tedtroughi tslr tc r cs, a M alar ia y ,,take L e g E iives tsshe mostsp, h_.I a' IIaIa .-.-. -X.-.-. NCI.-... 'im.... fllowno%
9r e epr fI ognain t orI,!gto, i2,ad e'o s ,. th i tial~, and l e ,advtei relise,,nt . -,,1cWh uJ---ft ':,u --- T fa!
W e. n v.r.r". -::=: his h:n-". ),," "'Y\ I LM) -- e- Alion toi zLr I e !. -a!l .roof,.,ian, Oluppoat, aiofi ile---1
until,,,\lierw sn taie t et.ro nd 4 -- ,gJarn .;--V-,,-." : .. :: r q: --o t o vt. 13. 111
th peut. o tooJbinth ou i ne'tda e, a o LeA 1n5E astxir. .....e ..on.--t'ed'hs on-r.c to b coil- 431 t.?-h 00.2 &,. e/ e--;im, and.h-_t. -i.l- 'oof wil. bP I NOTICE OF-
wrting. Seah chbs o nt. t .,e N ework8celsseC s N rounssa d o.oro s-he m raeotme, .toll smO ,-:.i- k .''5"ji:i'd ..-,I ou" a }' 'n l I, n I. 182
let the gl.r.lar Of hl abub "in theasIeN,'taelureherkeyLedtveEliha. t-e 'To 1,`51-:....- ""'<. ;:]!. \" ', :' % . _t =-z .,",r NV-1-11, 1 viz: ., ...
u y eA.tR. umm ariti e .- I tte reports FDr FeveretChlis a,,d...I~bi 't,-,and:procra.ti.tIo, ;t ;h-givfoiim0 III k.-l' l. "1111,-_1 prtof ill sit pporA Of.11's. oElSE, on Fri"d)
.1 .. . /I ti e i I -.... .. o u I E .I .' -,c l tv i lla t B re ,-v F a .F llail 1, w r d"v n" "( t

and, with the presaidjnt's authority, take Lem'on Efix. WO S BEST IREEN' D. '" l 'iI 20 ......- -- ...... 4 '
oall meeting in the county senatof the Iadies, for natural and thorough or- 1 1O,5N f or all .al u' -- '". F 1 na e the -th oNW wnes. .t.
officer of er o e ich clubin-the county at ga ic reg. lati,,.tak iL on ixir. reme ies for irre lai s pain i a An ner i a chx aa a a .. :a, ,no.tyW. mu C, prove his ontinous resid,- ce u, neo and
* early a o. i Dr. Mozley's Lenol EWixir will no1 disea -e.T peculiar to women. Used 'U 0 1 .1 WgJhing m ad sy by umsi o ". ... .," ,,.,v .-"-- .. "-' en ination of, sa land, viz: l .
a esry aday a possu so.talt Hfail you in any, of the above named years by an eminent physician,. Never .. .- wrt .- ''O 'e,A
ladies may unaertand eaca otnr diseases, all onwhich arise from a tor- tails to cure. Address with stamp, .'-.ij ,S ... a E IYt -t .:..
work in unity wilh eack other, end, pid or dIteased liver, stomach, kid- Luxomni Co., Atlanta, Ga. P B, ox NIC F ULICA O
by an interchangeofideai;, e .'much nevy or bowels. .357. See adverti..ent elsewhere, -y -Tnd 01:ce at Gainesville, Fla.-
L renabmle .t act in tl lig nty and ip,'pared only by D r. H. M f zley, 'M tu es are the poor m an's na 1 .-5- p, l, t o i. .s' octA.i llo |
efilaloutly. At this j eating of the Atlanta, Ga. 50c. and $1 bottles at change; it will payhim tohoard he .).- "e. a ed sttls'd oteofisi-
]riois o nty o cer a unty organ- d nggit, \ s I."L -- ten on to g 1n ake final pror n sp ort
ization, with the Q-ecessary officers, A PO INENT MINISTE to vou want 10 save iromnM INST R sold frnom tt aboard to tho / ,.. '.i ,,lI--. or in h s absence, clerk ,
should be foroed,i to havo general su-e WRITES 50 ce ,tson every dollar V ol a i n os, nl., on a. ',.
Il oN o imily c= & to b e w t 'out c it C 11.; t, at 1n on
mrvision of thl countyy work, all offi- Afier ten years of great suiTe'isg 0 spend CItlSouWrite for Mu i. t'' -.-. TE E, ADDY, widow of Goo. W.
h st r at',t e d ( tat i ng u e c o n ta lm il| 1 n s (E l '.-'" :
cers oflocal an, county organizations ''ro inudigesnou,, with great nervous t'tio!hs and prices of evrtng sper.ada Addy, dec'd., of WikesBarre,.
tohoJd office atiheplain suroeof theolub lI Iati- l18i1o'1T i e' 1i 1 T fa u -ort ilie U ited t ltes o ,_, o oT.oter ,'for tle ,' .- .:. .", ,", .. of
toha eeted t hea,, x h .county lub,' kidney. and constipation. I have at manufacturers' prices. 10,W 0 il- | 0 ik^ b of*w.w y S '3f ,^:-:*;*" .-..., :-. ..,*-. *. ;..l l1.t7o he V 1f E d
hf--el.c.t.. h,.- ..ch ..cou"nty: clu-..V NAV1.Sec. 30 T,1.".{1
thaglectedthe,. ach county clup been cured by Dr Mozev Lemou lustrations. all lineMs represented. Cat- .n:--n, : i h toilet tessa, t
through its secrE ary w th the alogue u iled tree on appicaton. TI SOAP W ORK :^ 'l-. *:.lo '"l.d.":. "'" e ati oi ,ai ol:r d vu o
E l i x i r a n d id a n o w a w e l l ,m a n ., N T HdErSsA I ,. .. .O A.P ..0_ :" .o v"e'h-s"' "n" ")
dent's authoity, wi ten send as soon Rv. C. (J.DAVI, ELD. M.E. Church ClICAGO (0ENERAL SUPPLY Co. -. SA-.H AVANNA,.- E,, "- '. Pn, A, Arnold,
as practicable a general reprtofthe S o. S T l St, No. 2S T S Atlanta, N 178 West Van Bun St"l. .. -. ,r A'" sI.'.tsH, Itgistr!,
WfUEY work to tho lady iannag-es, (i), inchS-ly Chicago, TTl. | in ns. A -

Church Directory.
Methodist church--Rev. W, S. Rich-
aditou, pastor. P'reachuig the first
Sunday in each mouth, at 11 a. ni.
and 7 p, ni.
Sabbath school every Sunday st ,3
p. n i I)r. J. M. Jackson, Sr'., super-

SBaptist church-Rev. Robt. Keith,
pastor. Preaching the third Sun-
day in each me.onth, at 10:30 a. nii. and
7 p. m. -
Sabbath school every Sunday at
9:30 a. n. ; 0. J. Fariter, Supt.
Evangehcal church-Dr. S. Bean,
laatol', preaaches every second and,
t,.urth Sunday in every n:ontli, at 11
a wi. and 7 p. in.
Sabbath school every Sunday at 10
t. ui.; Dr. S. B.ean, superinteindclt.

Secret Societies.
P.ranson Lodge No. 7, F. & A. M..
holds its regtufiir comIinuni-laiilons on
th hting brothers invited to attend.
C. A. IANsoN, SeC.

November 19.
Thanksgiving Thursday next.
Court convenes next Tuesday.
How do you liMe our looks this week?
,,'T.',jurors will be summoned after
court convenes.
The teachers of the county were in
session Saturday.
S Najor It. A. MWise was in town thiii
week looking for phosphate.
Mrs. S. P. *Turner has opened a
boarding house in Gainesville.
Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Eppmrson were
visiting in Bronson Saturdiy.
tWe learn that Rev, P. A. McC lhs-
terhas gone with his family to Cali-
"Listed," as the brokers eny, at "100
dosesone dollar," Hood's Sarsaparilla
ls alWays a fair equivalent for the price.
Col. W. R. Coulter is still confined
to his bed by sickness. Hle has not
bIen ablevto attend to any business fjor
oyer five wecks.
Messrs. E. C. Price, E. H. Brewer,
J. Ml. Hale and C. W. McElroy were
among the prosperous farmaern who
visited JBronson Saturday,
Por the next month all new ouh-
je O'* 9"9%ild tubcribe," who
T.-D. until January 1, 1b9d.-
'A party, of young o!lks t-.k advan-
tagat Ofthe bright moon Friday night
to attend the sugar boiling at Slheriff'
Bighan's term five miles Irorm town.
Dr. Jackson and II. V. Coairey ai-e
putting down a good sidewalk around
their lots. Let other property owners
fl!ow suit, and our town will soon b6e
: much improyed in appearance.
There has been recorded in the
clerk's offiee-almortgage given by the
Kri9da, Georgia and Western railway
company to the Central Trust compa-.
ny of New Yw'k, on a rsilro'ad to no
built from (ainesviile to Tampa and
other points. The mortgage is given
to raise funds to huild the .o.d, the
amount not to exceed 6,000,000.
We have notified some of our sub-
scribers who were due us for gubscri.p-
tiou by marking their paper. They
have not all remitted, but we trust
they will do so now. We need the
money, and hie we we ant to send
you the paper, if you do not i ant it
settle up and we will stop it. We
want to send it to these who will pay,
If you owe us now is !the time to pay.
That greatest of family papers, The
Youth's Companion, closes its sixty-
fourth year in December. The Com'-
panion makes an autumn gift of that
wonderful painting, "A Yard of Ros
ses," to each of its five hundred thou-
jiand subscribers. The Companion
has a host ot the best writers in the
country, ind its prospectus for 1892
shows many pleasant features. Those
who subscribe now will get the paper
two months free, including the famous
T'iauks;iving and Christmas double
numbers, and thle "Yaid of Roses,"
S Enclose $1.75 to The Youth'- Comai
pancin, Boston, Mas,.
An honest Swede (eils his story in
plain but iiunmistakablehi laingUafg for
the benefit of the public. "One of my
children took a severe cold anid got the
croup. I gave her a teaspoonfulii of
Chamberlain's Cough Rlined.vy, and in
tive minutes later I gave her one nmorc.
y thils tine ihle had t. eough up iie
gathering in her throat. Then she
went to sieep and slet, good for fil-
teen uimnutes. rhen she got up and
vomited ; then lie went back to bed
and slept good for the rtnainud'r of

lhe nIlight She got thle critOp t he sec-
onil night and I gave her the same
rem-dy with the same good results.
I write this because I thought there
night be soine oie ih th am8211e iled
aud not know the true inerint of this
wonderful medicine." Charles A.
ThompIseeiu, Des Molnes, Iowa, .'50
eent bottles for sale by J. M. Jackon
k Son, Ilronson ; and W. C. Anidrcw;s,

Mliss Julia Barwick, of Wildwood,
is visiting her lisiter, Mrs. WV. S.
Spears, who li has been very ill but is
nMow soinewlhat im proved.
Mlessr.. Bean & Bootlhby received
their boiler Shattlrday might, it li:tvinl,
made quick (?) time from Jacksoni-
ville-only a N eek on the road !
aMessrs. J. M. Barco, IH. B. Cou'ller
and .1. S. Ros i'will go to i"erildiil
to-day oil legal tbusillness, and wili b
absent the remiainldcr of the week,
The Levy county teachers, in ses-
sion Satlurday. resolved to Ih.ol a
coulntv school expbsitioil ill ronson.
''hi isa mitove in the right directioll.
''lThe county Ailinlen nlet. here .MIon-
day illn quarterly session, and it was
vlanilned that o'al ot thi'lty-five men.
ei'rs present thirty Aere in favor of
I hc third party.
We have jus-t rece ived a carload of
finest Liver-''il Salt, which we nre
selling at 99 cents per sack, 3 btshebls
in sack. Yearty & Coarey, Otter
Creek. 3t
Col. T. D. HTawkins amn lhis son.hi-
law, Mr. ,J. R. lBachlotit, of St. Marys,
Ga., arrived in town Moudavy to spend
Iwo or threliie dan Thi ty brollghtti
their giiis with tile inteiintion f kill-
ing some birds.
Messrs. J. T. Allen. J. S. Drum-
mnlod, E. Mulis, J. F. Perryman u ani
J. A. Wiliianims werll among ':ie proni-
inenit Alliance.:inn wlio 'tavored thlis
office with a visit Moulday. WVhile
they talked third p):u'ty, they are all
J. S. Turner, of Levyville, one of
the most substantial business u!en of
Levy county ant a iarge owner oi
real estate in this ciiy sind in Jackson-
vie a here yesere ye rday (in iinecsg-
lthit is lire oiviv thing onl wiihli lie
ever travcis. for lie is business f'ronm
boot .-L'sines *, ins toe f eisi
Married, on MoTIlnday aftei'rlnoon at
flie residence of thie lbride's irotlher-
in-law, Mr. P. M. (,isol lRev. ,. Ii.
Holbrook amti Miss Eliza Sandersl.
Mr. P. M. Colon offcialing. In the
still imii ht hei ewlcwy wehLid ])tir
were !'edi[. to a serenlad bv sonit, o
thile "boy 's,' the prin'icip:l ili-th''. iueits
of inusic nlbeilNg cow bells, till painS,
and ol!ier' iniuodiour, p))ices. ait0i we
lave n;I do.!bl te le ell airt; ii, l was
.a Stl wessa.

WYte are call-ed I.poi ) I cthroniicle tlin
dlealth 01 Mr. Clark M-I. Cturlit', eldest
rol ,f Col. N. r. R. Crtel, .-hliich oc
euirrcd al. hin. iouie inl Levyvilie. Sai!-
turtlav afterlctiion. Aged 32 year. Mr.
C(ert.l' Wva a victitn of ('00oll-iipioptia.
and has tiigered on the bor'd'r line o
time and eternity for a long little,
death finally wiNliling the viht'tyi. He
leaves a wife andl two i eilcldre, wlit
hav0 lh.n svin-lAlliy of 'mmy ielaiives
and friends ini thitr ihereavcinl'nt.
The funeral took place Sunday after-

Parties 'anli,-, to Purcha'e
The Best Automatic Grazing Mura-
zle, can be supplied at the A iiance
Store at Bronson, Fla., by applying
to Mr. Cox, manager, at prices within
the reach of all, Withi thi muzzie on
your horse or cow can be turned into
your orchards and groves, and while
they can eat the gr~As and weeds on
the groun" as well as ii they had on0
no muzzle, they cannot bite or injure
the trees. For weaning calves and
colts it is a grand thing. Call iand
see them and buy them, and let. vo.ir
et' ek have the benefit of the graisa;au
other grazing that usually go to wavte
arid save five times the cost iu one sea-

W EALTr i somsthiuy
S' EiA~jA a&^iwhichl most p,..,,l,!
sn-ek, and which but few are indifi'er-
ent to no matter in what forti it lre,
sets itself. The word "pecuniary,"
,\iicli is often used in speaking of' a
mart's riches, comes firon the Latin
word pecus, which means cattle, and
shows that formerly a man's weallit
was reckoned by the cattle he poss
sessed. A hraiham is said to have been
"very rich in cattle, in silver, aud in
gold." But '.o matter in what a man's
riches may consist, it is all vanity and
vexation of spirit, Uti ess ill conneiCtlon
therewith le has health. Eerison
fully understood this when he said
"the first wealih is health, and we.
have no douht i'f lie had known the
virtues of S, S. S. that he would have
recommended its use to all persons
suffering from the diseases for which
it is recommended.
Tr'eatise on Bhood and Skin D)iseases
mailed free. SWIFT Si'ECIFIC CO.,
Atlarnta, Git.

: TII 'l 'it'C ILOOD,
y 'f Wien,1..5, Maieria, Indigestion and
l, niUUSmint'v. I i R
It cures quickly. For sa't. by all dealers imil
Clicdieiu. .clt the ge;ulue,.

menirOr Tnio-'nn-ieiocrat .

It may be of interest to the county
readers of your paper to know souie-

dl-oupl ill in imy llino t, altl stfi enlrc-l p li~ l-
ing." .lP.l. 1). hEAlia. riutuaum, Colii.

thing about our examination, which Is the best blood purl'iir, tlne best nerve
now has grown to sonimthinig, having hellir, the bl'it srl'eth imihler. Try it.
S 1100' PS 'ILLS-For th.' liver and bow-
for its object not merely to see if a ,,, ,act ea.i, promptly, eliiciently. Price
teacher or applicant cau pass, but 25.'.
what that person knows, as far as it is --' --'-
possible to find out in ten questions on N TICUE.
each branch, TO'T'I'TCE is lierely -:iNtin lth:it I will,
Nitd dci a nd, ibyVI lie till' Of'ani '1'dei. to Ine
The examination was made this 5 ii. l'ieant, n-
year in nine braucelis-aithbetic, ty jid?'e in anId for Levy cJ'AM ity, t ,"lrida,
grammar, histoCry, geography, physi- er fOr S a Il nI toiI tand
0m r', ort tohy:, ouaps y, yt est bideir fior esh, in .front 0' the coullrt
ology, orthogtaphy, peonmanship, ciyi! house door in Biroson, it.orida, on the
rovernilmuent., theory and practice- first A'onday in iDe!com'ier. A. 1). iSlt, their
'being an increase ofI four branches same bein' the 7th iday of said motlh, till
thai certain pie(,111, p1i0(4; or tract oft hlaind
from last vear. le'lont."ili_2 to the (,s'ltte of elt';nn:l It. lhiw-
Fortunately the Boird does not pay ird, dece:ased, lih' of I.evy couinly, i',10i-
t ( da, known !id de-,Cribed ;.s follows to-wit:
solely upon the grade of a teachers sw qr o(srwt r i-serie. 17 Tp. I'n su 1o tI:E,
certificate, and now our teachers are ontaili!i-4,)t areas nmlre or Wslo together
striving for, not a mere grade, but a i wit ill and Snit t teitr, ee-
high per cent. It alflirds me ileasur'e ,, ,. n a;ly ^.Ire atpl "t;n 'li! ,
to state that we find our count v teach'- 5id l:tnts soui" toI plY, tie init;he;i(.ss ot
ere up to tLe average teacher fron1 said csttt'. ueh e0 to r lot tills.
.ather counties or states. Coinmissioner.
To pass the examination in the see-
ond gmlfd"-req-uir a thorough k nowi- o F. Cicut
edge of the -.ubjCct matter, aind (lUcs- U Ciuit t orli'a. Lvy l .ii-CO
tions a!re ati!ed i vol'ying principles, Ftt'idrowi,
not technicalities. The gradeof these sn.ie own, Di'e.
ouestious is as high aa Sfobund in any J H. Brow,'n.
county that I know of;-so much so, T-'h prot!i;vtnig lhepen i-di ia lmy offiee
S i i i th t, lie resiideiico finrtle aI'd J. 11.
that we had only one teci'her to pass pBrowln i unknown, pnid tt:t he is ovpr thi'
the 80 !er ce"t. required by law, for aa oftwv,'nty-nIe yoear'; i is lordte'ed tlhat
second grade certificate. For seeonl the said .1. IJ. 1Brown,(t(n do l-por, -leal, a n-
swer or denutir to the c(.oP latint..t's it Ill or
grade, in order of )pe ceut, stands: comnpPlaint filed, in this cautKe otn r ire'ore
G. -M. Yancey, Jr.-89 5-9. M1oni J. r. Willis-7!I S-l. or thie sitd bit! will ie tilken as conlf.'sedd
himt. It i f iurthei'r 'ordered that this orer
FOR 3in. GoIRAIE. t1,o ptblishttfelir foi r f (n .on, ti o c(utiv( weeki4
,,is G, .'ide M .lh' ite-- ,. in the LEVY 'r:,II.1i SeTOCR.A a newtS-
""M (irlt re -Dlr p r'r pl)!ni Miss Leiila s.ihandis-7 4-0. Floridai,
cO'LtlolED TEiAclEh ,tinD. GRADE. E'AL1 J" rME' .t '.
Cor. 8Clerk Circuit. Court.
WVm. Th oIn ms-85. I!. B. t.noYi), D. C.
). 5. Dayt--So 3-5. Tfen'y 13. Coultar. iltifi' Ally.
Wt ile fetv-ral tigers made gotd llronilon, F'a, Nov. 5 5101.
per cent., yet I give only the igthest. THE AMERICUI(S AND TAMPA
Association for t'i ]EI.LZEY-, Fisa., Nov. 16, 1891. in, iintainin.' lill',ttii fa raihroad
Editor Timet-Deinocrat. from some p int on tile lio'll)nitiry Ietweoli
the Stales of G-orI.-' a Ind!I l'iri'.a, betvn n
Bowlegs i glad that he wrote a few itheAucilia Rivor nal I lt' Withhiinc.o Li:c
lies in favor of the people's party, ivecr to the wateis orf Tilpat inl' in t-
Stlte of01o lrida, lassitAn tihrcttffh hke
but, sorry that we have a man in the conuties of Jefterso, nMadison, ''yll;or.,La-
"nty who would be g ld to see yFayette, Levy. Ala'hua, Citrus, mt.ai,n,,
o t oe .i.] to lly lernando, P to.titl. l'. niI ll-b orourm '. This
thing go down that ir Ia favor ol giv- notice is given with l tIe intent to obtain a
ung each and .very m0.n1 i& faih deal. CitI't Iof incorp,'aioo'n ibr i;l ;ci ompiny
e ",d = uon a W ii.Under the i'.1lnm of Aiei-ils rnd Tamnpa
Yet I am glad be is man enough to crih,,ay Company, t'fof n tihe sid State of'
come oult anti let lthe .e0ope know what Fmloida, nrcdinths ho thi wet attoe of said
he is, and again s01 ry that he tok athis, iln such eo mtilid nd pro lided.
ide shiufle, a.td got on the outside of This .ct. 1tI. IJF(I:N
-iy letter to do his Lai kiu'. Mr. Deom- 1.1H, iTA. IT) w lI AY,
ocrat, the alliance anh potpie's p tri, ity iEPt' T''" A
are two things. I did not aslk the i A-..
liunce to come into the people's party, NOT!C'F IOB t'UBLCA'l'IO,.
but invited all who wouldI ike to sev Land o0ce at 0 .ie "it'i
titthgs carried on us they should be. Notice is heruby gi'n"th'at Ito follow-
As Democrat could not answer any ig-ninedl set br has tiltd 'mit. ot ilis in-
of mvy questions, I will try him on a nitl iln to Iman- t nal, p;orf in -Oipprt of
tw -o m. "T hi, clirm. antd l.at said iroof will he naide
e:w rmoie. The first is: ,elore .h'd-ae, ol in hit nl-lice, Clerk Ci:'--
HIas the Farmer's Alliance ever c'it CoUit at i.rolison, 'Fla., on Dec. 4,
asked for lanythini;g that was not fair '.91,* vi:
Wfiall? 'Uhen why ahouid you want JOEI'H 0. HARDiE,of rChiefland,
lhe alliance to go down? *Fa..
Haven't, we the word of God telling 'US.160173 for the WE See. 26 T. 11 S. R.
us to) do unto o hernai-i g oiwOilln havw lie innings lh tfollt.'viihg wtiltnosses 1o
them do iuno us? Have the dt!:.ncraltts rowvet lii.s 'olittlt hI rsi,!nice'i1 i,0., ai.d
"clti'ation of, suoi(i lAnd, yiz:
done anything on this line in twet y cH.A. Diurranvt P. A. NMc tu, -o-
years? lir't .Jones and w. A. Joles, of Chielanid,
Does Waill Street care who is put Fila, t:x. 1
in office na long as it ca control them? n;gi'it!r.
Don't you tthinIk Wail Btreet col- NOTi't(C I F'(ii{ PUTliA(CA''lTON.
trola as many imenl in the democratic LAN: r)OFicEATr GTArifr .iVlA.ta
party aa it does in the republican yov. tV, is:nil.
party? Notice is lhei oiy given that tile l'l';lo ng.-
Now'. Diioc'ra, if y ou r a l"ii'l stler t iled i0ot'O of h is intel-
f t uo\\'. 11.1 h) tO to wokA t' o l t tillll t0 (i l l llSrofd ill nhpl ;lt of his
farmers and aye to wuork f" 2 Viri'O ,,ih, nn! 0 h:l .Uaid W N prn will M',, Mado lr-
VOlu gel, and if you Wa l to sec tlt; fIbr ,hln.I-, in' hi his biltneibii. che,rk i-irtuil.
oileit Pcr a ric pa y li ve w lil( tlhe p i- ol a-t :it rO son l''l.J, m Jan. it, lsM 2,
tie's piarly goi s itder. don't you v17.1:* I' o L,
sIecp u11tti! you itray to (;d' for w.is- -ABNER tI NTYRt ot Lfvy.ille
dIoin. If VoU oicall wui k at ione Ihing i' .
sf 'Wenty-ove years a nd nvr g t.1 l 'n A the E of E quarter See. 3t)
iti"' IV u lil.y-lu o y 'l1." S g n, T. I I. I ,I 1 1-.
ally gmoo nil of i!, ;al!n l slill w,)rk O l N I. i'i;> :;es the rollo)iy'in": witui'ses toi
Ilite sami line in hop)%>. you ;i'a ;l lJuln pvrow hisj ciontinulous itsideie iu qpn and
or-winded tiO (i I!a ll wlegs. culli tlion l' said i ...
An for wec nwil iiliag a dc ioci'aL. I .malrni m ''l hii ., L ., ,....I' ,, ichiard
ilav t altv,ys wiirki and voi Stiill' w '1ider, Lee (eiGould. f '1 F' h t,
tlt de-itiocr'llic paril ibutt lihad litlerX
have sIald iat itlll' aind l;tilcS to Goodu' tothere-li-e Tifeofhne .stlon.
Inalz m tw.']voi' nti for the wire
anid lile tons aiid lifty t ents for Wall
Street. and had it ready when the
There are il nv g1111lood meti ill the
demiiocralic parlv, lIt woe unto most
ofthei leulders, whom yu tcan buy ia.\"'''
with a free, pass on thie railrioads. s ''-''.
I)linocrat thillks I ami lby myself THE GEM OF ALLt. FEMALE REMEDIES,
titiwn hii'rtn, butt ciii iii[ t wvent'- |lito LUMO.X Ig-A safe, simplia aniid haimlt'sa
do.n here, ut O t ,o t t ( -i remedy for ll Irregularities of woien. It lha
menll I fiUI wentylV-Six for a ltOtl)i'. bieel, extensively used by Dr. A. L. Barry, a
I prominent physician of Atlanta, Ga., of .W'yep.rs'
lal ly, illI if lhe Wdilti O KIlOW Whiere- ex nrience, xith unvarying success. It makes
i1 ttih rli.h ari t i'lltr id 1111* 1 the poor chtid-irth cosy, diminishes dlungcr to mother
1n1d child, ln d is a sue ctlre for icxes.fwe,
crui'li' b the (deltlinu-ats ill power, l l, s-n:ity or smuresiw ment ,- ,
1 IC I1 ],:l'll. tton. leneforrhilo or mt ites; alincaiordia.
1i clian tlitlin. lacmen i fit':c 'rxob. Sgr.srvE, nil 1-
Well. everilioid.y en tiinit 1ie alike, Disle r-inaryt-o i *'nlti;and tihear.io3- ig
lyuilpton int-idernt t a c'lnaie in list,.
andil if tl'ey w, r' e at l l iki i ni wleg's I hln're 11 e t irely and pern a ently relieves all pftin
would not it I m' beaint inlit'. ii. i- ii S i ra. t int- ,
in. ; il ii wounht bua ptoptrns conr- pnrom t ir ose. tt les women
l'V, ter li"i' le.otih)'. by tiie pIInpll', antl REGULAR, HEAL'I'HY AND HAPPV.
w e wouldhi li lit a 't a gotiS liime it w< nor tie ur Of y3'a neuragi' o a'ria
di(illnt'l have ~sei,' Olior ligh to ltii' a t outar. val ora p:eer in i rc Rg tn ofman-
*S le i h t I, l U v, WI b teriat medical. It ln o casttei lled patonit mcli-
'um s t st. \' li' t t It as t cine, buit i prepare.I I Iit,. ,_n I ... ., .. t in
i-tlaliill'ng hiii. (.ieomic auaili, Mr. A PANACEA FOIl SUFrFERING WCMEN,
D)iemiocrl'l. BILLY o',' LI;,isI. Thousands oe whom atlst its virtue aid sound
ilt praiu' Byl tihi (lie e oii Luxomnli the wihocl
siyatem is strengthened and invi orated, atIld,
lovely woman iS aIue more lovable, For youit;.
girls just budding into womnianhood it i ls th [,t
3 t1a lmerfons o friends. Sentby oni, ecur 'ly pacKed annil
Are rokrn down foin overwork or Lots1hold ero r on, fort bi'e ,t'e
Bros i'roWm'S iiOI Ilitters stamp far Clreutais. Ar.dresi Ltiaxtili (icom-
reblil h t', ly ctLI, iit t;ti.estlon, renmoves Oex- tofreuces : Capital Cil3y B I Atl ata Con'
tca t" bu( i o.. n cirCs l., inlria, (it thIlk '.']iOino. stitution, tOommercitl Agecices.

A northern izzard struck us yes- Cedar Key Gleanings. .
terday. \ CEDAR KEY, Fla., Nov. 16, '91. I 1il
Clarance Lindsa)y went to Ocala Correspoindence Tinmes-Demlocrat. Is a complaint so common that eompara.
Tuesday. The two cutlers, Walter Forward tivly it'w people r entirely !ace from it.
"H.. a ti' U 11 w I a feW > so i n ousii b th4t it s;iis ali r hold ilioOt
WValteir 1- of Ta na w i1 i and McCiai,, were in prtere its victims oie awrw ofiits presence.
Waltelr trs, o ]al-ia, W H lUc so (ldan,'erous as to seriously thi'iltncii the
town this week, l. sceeiiral lhealtli, and li;ule to develop into
JoRepais on teU011 t 'non Ihrca build 'Roi ei this i or
Mrs. John H. Parker has gone to ig ai'it sunattra Otie ci oiitg, aitieanl.
Leesburg to visit her mother. WieiI Iogpn takes a job in hain Consumption,
lie soon !:w. li u) P'hi n s t s a s't mistake to conlid.ier Catarrh merely
Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Burke spent 'abir is fortunate scurin local trouble. It iis unestiona!lty : di-
Sunday and Monday in toIwn vices. M sease the bod and t o:-e tlohe ri hvit
it ty i. t 1, Oltt Iof ph 'te to asey to to e ( atorrh is to rejove from the
The VpmO It add rIt would not he onto! plt t. .la blood thO mll pui'rities whih cause fnodi I edl
The Supreme court said Crawford give oxpre'ssioi to tlie thetl s iihSi.li'c o it,, This is to be idone by taking Hood's
had to sign Davidson's appointment, I he eople of' Ats"na Otic rct lur i Snaraploriilha,,thiegrea;tlilodpiurlfier, which
Messrs. :. Fabcn !i n Ii 1Schnlidft lofetotlet'tiiilly exiels ani traces ot poison and
Dr. htapleton, recently of Alaba ma, i l lir hearty assistance in mae tail)n rII*dl ." "fr es ,i.h
but formerly ol' J.-.kson couiity, FIa.,' thlna toi t rebulht lheinr last, dcaying, "I c rob
wast iu Bronuon lIt week looking for house iof wrship.elivered y Rev. P.
W. Corr in At.enla 011o0 clitrchi on
Mrs. Owen Lloyd, who R has bLetn "'{e(oimiilio iin heaven,"'' was largely
visiting icr sick sister, Mrs. Gcoge, attleled. Tihe ileirest was in se. anld have never received the least Lenefit
returned to (.aia!c,ville Tu esday. ,s t!ie subject had bee n under' lively tom the laniy so-iled itaillirh tri'
iY Iate I hazvei lte;n ttkl [Hood's Sarlsalaril-
S. Jo s l t discu-sion aioin the pl eo i le for si oiinet a andii 'an loni-,tlv' s'iv tiht I inm certainly
AMr. IL. J0es, sclon master at> ., weeks pulll. i'. Cori', witi liC I',improved, il. 1 kniow IfA.I'N Far.:pnrilla to
Fernudini, spnt "Sturdaty n-l i i 1 pit "pout in his e a ;'o1 ledictin.'" H. A. CEoIKG, Ath-
with his brother and friicds lier. sickh"anid swept lli tihid before hlii i oli, ,ass,.
Dr. J. S. Bodiflorld, o' f'edar Ke. inor left one slicaf belhiud for doubters Stu, ed-up Feeling.
came up Mlonday to see ir lie cnuih to gaIher'. (3LEANER. For ears I have 1on troubled With
hind a ,,.old Itlilne on his grove near thut ter.'-iblt t dian;'f:el(!, e d(lise'se., Catarrh.
town. V TeatCr.-";' Ea'(IinatflonIOt. I took 11ioodsSarala:rillal wih the viry
.. .. .... rp .(,S ;. It 'Icnred la, nf M of t (h oiltin1l11

I have just enlarged my store building to make room for my
large new stock of dry goods and groceries, and
am prepared toscell very low. In fact, I
will not be undersold. "1o1nesta
-weights and low pri-
cea" is -my

Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes, Dry Goods, Notions.

am am agent for the "Gossypiun; Phospho," and "Sea Fowl"
Guano, and can sell you a "Ten'essee Gem" or
"Florence" wagon at factory prices.
I can sell you anything
you want atyour
own price.

C, B. .OAIR- Y1,E p ,





F PrieS

The WFholesale and Retail mer-
chants. WIe buy for cash and
can af'ord to sell cheap. Onr
goods are the best and our prices
the lov'est. WVe have the largest
stock of Dry Goods, Groceries,
1a lrcldware, Etc., ever brought to
JBronson, and must sell. If you
want to be convinced call on

Ep-person, Lunmus & Co.

We can make it to your interest
to trade with us. We are going
to please our customers by selling
them what they want at astonish-
ingly lcw prices. Bear this fact
in mind. Come to us for your
orange crates

We BUY for CASH and BUY to SELL!

ON( E!

B:ROlTrso0:3", :E-A..
--( ;o :)-
Keeps on hand a general assortment
of Ladies', Misses' and Childrons
of the latest styles. Also a full lin

iiyp? Phlip


- Fla.

Horses and buggies by the hour,
day dr week. Phosphate prospectors
can be accommodated.
W. 11. BIGHAM,
je2591-1y Proprietor.

Denhanm & Glisson,

Blacksmiths, GaUsmithS

Are prepared to do any and all kinds
Sach as Repairing BUGGIES WAGOv o
Plows, Etc., at, short notice.
5"ff'Wagon makinzia specialty.

Eberhard Faber's
-- cec-a- :B a -, -

AI S. M. J. TERRILL, Prop,
Bronson, Fla.

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Smoky Days. A Story of a Forest Fire; by E. W. Thomson. On the Lone Mountain Route; by Miss Will Allen Dromgoole.

Hints on Self=Education.
ALticlr s of great value to Young Men who desire to educate themselves,
Il.m. Ain!trcw D. White, Ex-Fresident of Cornell.
President Ti.:i.ctUy Dight, of Yale University.
P-csiidett E. II. CapCnl, of Tufts College.
Piresildciet G. Stanley lial, of Clark University.
President Francis L. Palton, af Princeton Cullrge.
Pi'eso0 J nules 'ryce, lM. P., author of the "American Common-wealth."

Practical Advice.
The Habit of Thrift; by Andrew Carnegie.
How to Start a Small Store; by F. B. Thurber.
Girls and the Violin. A Valuable Paper; by Camilla Urso.
A Chat with Edison. How to Succeed as an Electrician; G. P. Lathrop.
Boys in N. Y. Offices; Evils of Small Loans; by Henry Clews.
The Girl Who Thinks She Can Write. Three Articles of Advice by
well-known Writers, Amelia E. Barr, Jeanette L. Gilder, Kate Field.

Five Special Features.
A Rare YomIng Man. Describing the life of a young inventor of extraordinary gifts; The Right Hen. W. E. -Gladstone.
Episode,-s in My Life. A delightful paper telling how he came to build the Suez Canal; by The Count de Lesseps.
The Story of tihe /itlantic Cable. Mr. Field's narrative has the thrilling interest of a romance; Cyrus W. Field.
Unseen Causes of Disease ; Three admirable articles by the Eminent English Physician, Sir Morell Mackenzie.
Boys and Girls at the World's Fair. What Young Americans may do as Exhibitors; by Col. George R. Davis.

Glimnpses of
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Lady Jeune.
1. W. Lucy.
The Marquis of Lorne.
Nugent Robinson.


Railway Life.
The Safest Part of a Train; by Col. II. G. Prout.
Success in Railway Life; by Supt. N. Y. Central, Theo. Voorhees.
Asleep at his Post; by former Supt. Mich. Southern, Charles Paine.
Roundhouse Stories. Humorous and pathetic; by An Old Brakeman.

Short Stories and Adventures.
i-,r1 [;.-In One Hundred capital Stories of Adventure, Pioneering, Hunting, Touring will be printed in this volume. Among them are:
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Iy Q:tver Passenger. Very Singular Burglars. Capturing a Desperado.
flo!ly PicrI"y'.0 MPlianitouI. The Tin Peddler's Baby. In the Burning Pineries.
S-ut LUp ii a Microbe Oven; Blown Across Lake Superior. The Boys and the Wild-Cat.
'ile Crei'se of a Wagon=Camp. A Young Doctor's Queer Patients. On a Cattle Steamer in a Storm.

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