The Levy times-Democrat
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Title: The Levy times-Democrat
Portion of title: Levy times Democrat
Williston sun
Alternate Title: Times-Democrat
Alternate title: Williston sun Levy times Democrat
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Democrat Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Bronson Fla
Creation Date: December 24, 1891
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Bronson (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Levy County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Levy -- Bronson
Coordinates: 29.448889 x -82.636389 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1927?
General Note: Oliver J. Farmer, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 8, no. 49 (Nov. 13, 1890).
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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"Devoted to the Best Interests of Levy County."



Too Many Insane Persons in Maine.
BANGOo, [Special.]-The situation at
the Maine Insane Hospital at Augusta is
becoming serious. The institution was
crowded with patients two years ago,
and a bill for the c.tahllishment of a new
asylum at. Bangor was introduced in the
Legislature, but it refused to make any
appropriation for the purpose. In the
asylum are 678 patients, and the number
is increasing rapidly. The authorities
are at their wits' end to know what to
do with the next batch of lunatics, all
the cells being occupied, while many pa-
tients are obliged to sleep on cots in the

Maj. Daniel Re-elected.
RICHnMOND, VA., [Special.J-John W.
Daniel was unanimously re-elected Sena-
tor from Virginia 1)by the Legislature.

/The Pittsburgh Lamp
~. is one of those inven-
tions that seems to be
finished. It seems to
reach the end as to
goodness of light
in every way,
and ease of

The only care
it requires is
S fillingandwip.

Dirt falls out when the chimney
is taken off, not into a pocket as
in other central-draught lamps.
SPutting in a new wick is a very
easy matter indeed.
SI All this seems strange to one
who knows how troublesome other
good lamps are.
It is in all the good lamp-stores.
Send for a primer. -
3 ittsburgh, Pa. PITTSBURGH BRASS CO.



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Colonel Polk Interviewed About the
Indianapolis Meeting.

Something Like the Sub-Treasury
Bill Seems to Work in Russia.

WASHINoGToN, D. C.-The Post has
the following interview with Col. Polk,
on his return to the city from Indianapo-
Col. L. L. Polk was being congratula-
ted at the National on his re-election to
the Presidency of the National Farmers'
Alliance at the late Indianapolis conven-
tion "The partisan press, as usual,
misrepresented our meeting," he said.
"Was the.Indian.poHll meeting har-
nionious l
"Thoroughly so; and it will be pro-
.ductive of vast benefit. There was no
effort to carry the Order into any politi-
cal party. The Ocala demands were in-
dorsed unanimously by all of the thirty-
four States represented, and also by the
delegate' s from the F. M. B. A which
practically merges it. and the Alliance
into one harmonious organization."
"Is there to be no political action,
then next year."
"Well, the meeting of February 22d
will decide about that. It will be a
grand convention, composed of twenty-
five delegates at large for each order or
organization represented, and one addi-
tional delegate for every 10,000 members
of each order. The delegates at large
will be selected by the organizations, but
the others by a direct popular vote. The
convention will probably be held at St.
Louis or Cincinnati.
"I don't care to anticipate its action,
but something of importance will come
out of it. The old parties seem to be on
the verge of coalescing. Read the edito-
rials in Ihe Democratic newspapers fa-
voring the returuof John Sherman to the
Senate. Doesn't that look like coalition ?
I suggest that the Democrats should
nominate next year Cleveland and Har-
rison, and the Republicans Harrison and
( leveland. In that way Wall street
w uld be certain of compassing its ends,
for.both parties are under its domi-

The Charleston News and Courier has
the following despatch from Washington,
D. C.: Consul General Crawford, of St.
Petersburg, has sent to the department
of State a report on the system now in
use in Russia (resembling certain plans
incorporated in the platform of the Far-
iners' Ahliance in this country) of making
advances on farmers' grain stored in
ware housess or delivered to officials of
the r,. '-"' ._if the country.
3I ~ says the advances on
a 'com-
Russia, authorized b nhisry
finance. They must not exceed 60 per
cent. of the value of the grain at the
nearest market place, except in cases of.
loans of six weeks or less, when an 80 per
cent. advance may be obtained. The
usual interest is 6 per cent., payable in
advance with further small charges on
account of a sinking fund and commis-
sions to railroads. The loans range from
six months to one year, and if they are
not repaid at their expiration the grain is
sold at auction by the railroad company.
Grain may also be sold if in danger of
deterioration, or if it is feared that the
value will not cover the loan and expen-
ses of storage. The railroad company s
bear the entire responsibility for the loan
by the bank, and are requiredd to meet
their liabilities within seven days of set-
tiement-of a loan or-auction sale of grain.
In calculating the percentage of advance
the cost of transportation to the point of.
destination is charged as part of the loan.
No distinction is made between farmers
and middlemen in making advances, the
loan being made only on the grain.
In conclusion the consul general sa )s:
"This scheme .went into effect June
14-26, 1888, and at the present day
it is generally adopted throughout the
country, and business is carried on under
it on a very large scale. I khouid also
add that the scheme gives great satisfac-
tion to the farnier', very many of who:n
declare it has been an essential feature of
successful farming in Russia."

The Alliance in Louisiana is doing as
well as it can under the circumstances
Its growth has been obstructed somewhat
by unavoidable circumstances, yet the
brethren are in. earnest, and are deter-
mined to place the Order on vantage
ground in the near future. It is a diffi-
cult State to organize, and those who
have stood in the front have had a hard
struggle. Within the past year a State
organ, The Vidctte, has been started, and
a most excellent paper it is, which will
dou1'tless aid materially in the prosecution
of the work of reform. The Alliance in
this State are fighting the lottery swindle,
and as a. result are meeting with all the
opposition that a moneyed corporation
can bring to bear. It is expected that
the Order will succeed, which will place
it on i' high road to permanent pros-

That was a very good answer given a
gentleman by ex-PresidentEliasCarr,ofN.
C.when the man remarked that such Ilg-
isla'ion as the Al iance proposed would
make hirnmct only 80 cents for a dollar.
Bro. Carr said that wouldn't be as bad as
the farmer getting only fifty cents on the
dollar for products of the farm.
* **
At a mass-meeting of 20,000 working-
men held at Dammen, Norway, resolu-
tions were passed, "demanding that the
government should buy the land of the
country, distribute it among the laborers
and advance them the money necessary
to work it.

* *
There are 12,000,000 workmen in thii
coi.ntry ad iing to its wealth at the rate
of $7 per day, but they get less than $1
e lmh. Who gets the other $6?-Knights
of I abor Journal.

Pi(urr hours' daily work is sufficient to
support any person if social conditions
are just.-Bejumrnim Franklin,


The Outlook Steadily Grows
The Manufacturers' Record, of Balti-
more, of December 12, in reviewing thb
industrial progress of the South, says:
"The past week has shown a very de-
cided increase in the number of industrial
enterprises organized and projected
throughout the South, and a careful
study of the whole situation and of the
plans that are being matured for many
others seems to indicate a tendency to
a more general activity than has been
seen for many months. It is true that
there is a considerable complaint of dull-
ness and slow collections in some places,
but the outlook apparently shows that
the South, in sympathy with the whole
country, is.gradually entering upon a
period of renewed activity, the full force
of which will not, however, be seen un-
til after the first of the year, and possibly
not until spring. Among the enterprises
reported for the week, but by no means
all of them, are a $100,000 plow manu-
racturing company at Temple, Texas; in-
crease of capital stock of tinplate and
steel companyat Savernake, Va., from
$1,000,000 to $2,000,000; a $200,000 de-
velopment company at Chester, S. C.;
tobacco factory at Winston, N. 0.;
$20,000 ice company at Harriman, Tenn.:
$10,000 planing mill company at Pen-
sacola, Fla.; $20,000 brick company at
Cloverport, Ky. ; sash and door factories
at Rocky Mount, N. C., and Augusta,
Ga.; large lumber mill to be be built at
Georgetown, S. C., by Western people;
$120,000 quarrying company in Virginia;
$100,000 furniture company at Parkers-
burg, W. Va.; $25,00 coal and coke
company at Farnum, W. Va.; electric
light company at Paragould, Ark. ; $50,-
000 phosphate company at Bartow,Fla.;
$50,000 brick company at Ocala, Fla. ;
$300,000 to be spent by Jacksonville,
Fla., in securing deep water; a canal at
Port Tampa 3,000 feet long and 25 feet .
deep to improve harbor facilities; a shoe
factory in Atlanta; $500,000 at Atlanta
for improvement of water works ;a $400,-
000 autom-jtic sprinkler company at Co-
lumbus, Ga.; 100 coke ovens at Central
City, Ky. ; extensive lumber mill- shingle
mill, etc., in Louisiana; a $500,000 and a
$25,000 manufacturing company in Bal-
timore; the purchase for $82,800 of a site
in Baltimore for cable railway power-
house; a $25,000 agricultural implement
company at Buckeystown. Md.; electric
light works and enlargement of water
works at Cantonsville, Md.; a $300,000
sulphuric acid company at Blacksburg,
S. C. ; a $75,000 coal mining company at
Coal Creek, Tenn.; $17,000 lumber corn-'
pany in West Virginia; a $200,000 coal
and coke company in West Virginia; a
$200,000 coal and coke company at Fair-
mont, W. Va., and a $100,000 coal a
coke dompn a '. ~ *0 1, This
summary, which, as already : said,
-no"r include the 'wiole -Kist of -eliteraocs
aIT wh ci.-.uvAI
increase from week to week. There is
every reason to expect that 1892 will be a
year long to be remembered for the ac-
tivity in industrial and trade interests,
and if this prove, true, the South will in-
evitably share in this renewed pros-


Complaints of Low Prices Come Up
From the Plantations.
WASHINGTON, D. C.-Cotton receipts
of December to the Department of Agri-
culture relate to the average prices on
plantations. Complaint of unremuner-
ative values is general and declarations
are frequent that the crop does not re-
turn cost of production. A feeling of
discouragement pervades the report, and
a disposition to reduce is expressed.
Plantation price, which is the actual rate
for cotton sold at gin, averages 7.3 cents
per pound. For the five years preceed-
ing the range was from 8.1 to 8.6, and
the average nearly 8.4 cents.
This decline is echoed in records of
exportation, which averaged in October
a value of 8 9 cents against 10.11 cents
for October of last year, a drop of 12 per
State averages are as follows: Vir-
ginia, 7 cents; North Carolina, 7.4;
South Carolina, 7.4. An almost unex-
empting season for harvesting is report-
ed, with picking and ginning and mark-
eting far advanced. While fibre is at
many points short, it is clean and of
good color.

English Views of Harrison's Message.
A cablegram from London says: In
commenting iipon President Harrison's
message, the Post notices with satisfac-
tion the absence of signs of bluster tow-
ard foreign nations, and says that if the
message meets the idea of the President's
party, Blaine's chances have seriously di-
The Daily News says. "The Presi-
dent's message leaves nothing to be de-
sired either in tone or temper. Mr. Har-
rison is less exasperating than Blaine and
consequently more stateamenlike. He
would not speak so tenderly of recip-
rosity if his protection policy was a suc-
The Standard says: "President Har-
rison's message is not notable for its large
devotion to foreign affairs. This show-
ing is due to Blaine's fidgety activity.
The President glides with his customary
bland optimism over several matters,
hardly doing credit to American diplo.
matists." -
"It must be admitted that the figures
he quotes, although they do not justify
the sanguine hopes of the authors of the
McKinley tariff law, are sufficient to
cause some surprise to adverse critics
both at home and abroad "

A Whole Town Burned.

SILVER CITY, N. M [Special.]-At
5:30 this morning fire wai discovered in
a vacant frame hotel building in the town
of Pinos Altos. Not a drop of water
i.is accessible and tile whole town was
soon in flames. Men, women and chil-
dren turned out.to fight tihe tire, but the
dry buildings burned like tinder, des-
troying nearly the eutire town. Only
two business houses were saved. The
loss will reach $100,00). Insurance light.
The fire is thought to have been incendi.


A Whole Family Was Extermi-

Defenseless Women and Children
Brutally Murdered by Ruth-
less Hands, Looking
for the Fiends.

JACKSONVILLE, FLA., [Special ] -The
latest developments in the horrible trag-
edy at New Smyrna, in which Mrs. L.
D. Hatch (formerly of Maine), her young
son, Miss Adelaide H. Bruce, of New
York, and Frank Packwood, Jr aged
four, only make the case more mysterious
than ever.
The scene of the murder is a beautiful
and romantic spot, seven miles below
Smyrna, or half way between Smyrna and
Oak Iill. A grewsome fatality seems to
have clung to it, for it was here that the
Shives family-father, son, wife and
baby-were murdered by the Indians in
the war of 1856. The house where this
later day murder was perpetrated is on
the site of those ruins. It stands on a
shell mound thirty feet above the Hills-
boro river, and commands a magnificent
view of the two graceful sweeps of that
On this mound are two houses; one
house of two rooms was used for a din-
ing room and kitchen. A house of the
same size twenty steps away is where the
deed was. committed. These houses are
shaded and surrounded by ancient ce-
dars, fir trees, oaks, palmettos and palms,
back or west of the house is a dense ham-
mock with a flat pine and beyond.
Saturday at 10 o'clock in the morn-
ing, the murder was discovered and a
horrible picture it was. On her back by
the window in a pool of blood, Mrs.
Hatch lay with a pistol ball wound on
the inside corner of her left eve.
Her face was blackened with powder.
Th, other bodies lay ear her. When
the crash came she had evidently been
near the window. When the murderer
entered, her little son; frenzied with
fright, had probably fled as a child would
and had sought refuge in the bed clothes
of a lounge at the end of the room. He
was torn from these, shot over the left
eye and his throat cut from ear to ear.
On the bed lay the body of Miss Bruce,
shot through the face and her head terri-
bly bruised by blows from a gun stock,
; the shattered remains of which showed
the force of the murderous blows. She
had been beaten all over the body.
Nearby lay pretty Frank PackwooiLwiith

w ood had gone-to Orndo
_r f-J,-he e -. The

-4;' .f one hundred arm
have been out since Saturday morning,
but no trace of the murderers has yet
been secured. It "vas first thought that
the crime was the work of tramps, but
this delusion was subsequently dispelled
by finding a trail leading around the
yard to the north and then through the
hammock, south to the road, a path that
none could travel unless he was familiar
with'the country. Mr. Packwood has
suspicions, and will give them to the
coroner's jury only, when it is expected
that several arrests will be made.


Of the Richmond Terminal and a
Secret Meeting is Held Without
Final Action.
NEV% YORK CITY, [Special.]-A report
was prevalent that the Thomas interest
in Richmond Terminal .Company had
been steadily absorbing stock for some
time, and that having acquired a con-
trolling interest they had notified the
parties now in control that they desired
to call a meeting for a special election
according to the by-laws of the company.
This report was confirmed when it was
learned thatasecret meeting had been held,
and the meeting adjourned without ac-
tion to meet again the following day.
After the meeting Directors Thomas,
Wormser, Moor and McGee held a con-
ference. The result could not be learned.

North Carolina's Seats,
Wednesday evening was devoted to
seating of the Congressmen and the North
Carolina Congressmen did fairly well,
considering the chance game. A Wash-
inrgt 11 correspondent states:
Mr. Henderson, of North Carolina
delegat-on, was very lucky. Heretofore
he has to get well towards the back
rows, but he secured a seat in the front
row almost immediately in front of the
Speaker. Col. Cowles, of the same State
fared much worse. He was among the
last reached and selected a place away
round in the extreme right hand east
corner of the Democrat c side. He has
been in that part of the hl.l before.
Messrs. Bunn and Branch, of North Caro-
lina, were fairly lucky. They will sit
beside each other a little in front of
Messrs. Wise and Lester,of Virginia, and
Mr. Crawford, of North Carolina, is in
the same locality just in tire rear of the
seat reserved for Mr. Buchanan of Vir-i'
ginia. Virginia and North Carolina
members are pretty well bunched on that
side of the hall, and where a majority of
the Democrats are located. In their vi
cinity, also, is Mr. Wilson, of West
Virginia, who was among the last called,
but he, however, is clear over against
the wall, on the outer aisle. The others
are further out and have better locations,.

Preached Against Free Masons.

WAsHINGTON, PA., [Special.]-The
Rev. W. L. Weaver has resigned as pas-
tor of the Presbyterian church of Bur-
gettstown. He attended the meeting of
Presbyterian General Assembly and ob
tainted from a brother preacher a book
purporting to be an exposure of Free
lMasonry. Mr. Weaver read the book,
and became fanatical on the subject. In
a sermon he violently attacked the Ma-
n,,Rs. His congregation, which includes
several members of the Masonic order,.
severely censured him, and he resigned,


He Says Every Man Owes His An

He Speaks of His Book Just from
the Press, and Talks of
Diamonds and Pearls.

Dr. Jonson said to Boswell that every man
was in debt to his ancestors. Ju debt for
science and art, discovery and intention, for
improved methods o' agriculture and bett r'
modes of living, for hist ry a nd poetry san
romances, and a thousand things too tedious
to mention And as we ean't pay the debt
to those who are gone before we should pay
it to those who are to come after, pay it to
posterity. "Theref re," sri,' he, "'very man
should do something for the c-mfort or the
pleasure of those who survive him. He
should wiite a book, or preach a sermon, or
plant a tree, or a vine or leave beh;lid him t.
good exa'iple." I nwas ruminating about
this when I raw the bushels of ap les that
were gather d from the trees I planted many
yeais ago. and that wi!l continue to bear
long after I am dead. So much for that. It
is not uncommon nor is it generally unselfish.
For forty years I have bc n planting trees
and vines to please Mr's. Arp and her poster-
ity, and my debt on that line is paid.
And now I have written a book and the
Constitution Publishing Cimpany has placed
it before the Iublic for better or worse. Mrs.
Arp told me a long time ago that eome of
my letters were better and some worse, and
so in making up this book I invoked herm bet-
ter judgment, nud she says she tried to win.
now the wheat from the ":ha IT, but as there
was not quite enough wheat to make a book,
someone chaff will be found in the pages.
"However," seid she, "I think the beautiful
cover will make nu for that. It is the bind
ing that sells a book nowadays. It looks "e
pretty on the par'or taUio.'
"Just s-i," said I. I have long observe
that it is fine dressing that makes the lady.
It doesn't matter what her contents ae pro-
vided she is gilded and garnished on the out-
side." Mrs. Arp looke t at me with one of
her looks, and I continued my broken re-
marks by saying: "I allhide, of course, to
these fashionable ladies who are stuffed and
1wdded at the milliner'r until you can't tell
where cotton ends and flesh and blood begin."
"What business have you to know?" said
"None-none at all, said I. It's all hear-
say, and it may be a mistake-a dlnder.
Women love ornament by nature and I love
to see them arrayed in beautiful garments
that come high and hang low. If I were
rich you should wear d amincl and pparls;
and dress in silk velvet andi Si orian fn s,
bnt as I am not rich, I don"
like to see any lady dress finer Ih n you
do, but still I don't consider it a sin f woman to dress fine and wear jeIAery i' she
can afford it. You remember that Isaac
sent Rebecca a p itr of ea riinig that weighed,
half a shekel each auid cost about seventy five
Extravagant lover!" sai Mrs. Arp.
"And you know," I continued, "'that the
fields are dressed with flowo'-s and ihe hliev-
ens with stars and the birds with plumage.'
"Yes," said she, "the male birds are very
fine-the rooster and Ct.e peacock, for in:
sa -ro-,ci have to go in their every-
day clothes and de all the work and scratecr
for w the males go struttihn
at.,i6" in their fi. ..leLabr, Dan..u.-nilbugnin'-
mnoment-Mrs. A 'in .' 'li'ti: ,
arcinient. But I rallied to my posi ions ad
a .Just so, just. si; exactly, and it is lie.
bcus.'lirds are oT tue earth earthy, and so
man. but won.au was not made out of dcst'
sha didn t evolute from the animal-Dame
Nature finished up with her and quit-
"Her 'prentice hand khe tried on man,
And then sha made the lasses, oh."
Mrs. Arp smiled one ofher smiles and said
"That will do now. Burns wrote beautiful
poetry an I loved all womankind. If he hedl
been faithful t9 one it 'would have been bet-
ter for him and for her. But whit atout
your beok? Do you expect to make any
money out of it, or are you just pub'hhing
it for fame or for fun?'
A little money," said I, "akttle fame and
some fun You know that the author of a
b ok don't get much money. I hope to reel-
ize 25 cents a copy and to sell enough to keep
you in missionary rconuy. One-copy a wee':
will do that, won't itt"
She nev, r said anything. She seemed to
b3h leading a pap'r-th3 inis-ionary paper
She must have read so l thing tender auid
pathetic, for suddenly the look I at mie an'i
remarked: "Well, I hope tin book will se3l
and bi ing you enough money to make you
easy anId comifurtable. If tha people hike
your letters I shoulit think the. would like
the bo >k, for your best ones are all i there,
sud tho illustrations lie'p out Ihe stories.
'Uncle Barker's Fight with hIe BlaclI smith'
is a splendid story, and so is t e 'S.irrel tHair'
and tne chapter-oin lmusc, and thr" 'Sa'atn-
nah Cousiu' and the 'Gnor4ia Cracker and
you driving th, carrylog. Any one of then
is worth the subsbri, ti;i price. I have half
a mind to take an agei cy myself and sell the
book. It looks hard for the author to g-t
only 25 cents and the agent who sells the
book gets more, but I suppose that is busi-
ness "1
"It is hard on the bo k agent too," said
I, "for they get none of hi fanm anmid none
of the fun and are ever invited to stay to
She continued to comfort me with hopeful
remarks and same critical praises of my ran-
domn literature and a tender reminder that
'Auno hDonini" was gaining on us both, and
soon, very soon, we would have to lay down
the needle and the pen and depend on others
for a support. Ati then she began to talk
about Carl and Jessie and wondered how
many days they c .uld stay when they came
home Christmnas. i-hea soon became recon.
ciled when the older child n left us, but she
can't give up these two-the last of tho lit-
ter. It nearly breaks her heart. What in-
tehne, anxious interest did these mothers feel
in the daily accounts of little Julia Stovall's
case Weho r'o you wi sh to have hert' said
I. 'I don't know," said my wife. "I feel
as' sorry for both thes aunts. I know how
they love her. I do wi'h it coUld be so that
Jurtli' wou'd divide her time with them. I
wish they wouihl all mi -e fr:en'.ts j st for the
child's sake.''
And so when I enima home wit'i he morn-
ing paper and saw hr r lonk i f inquiry, I told
her it was all settle I jst nas slh wislihl, ani
everything was carn ar d ite' e. I think
she rejoice almost as nmuch us nhe little girl's
kindred. "I wish," sail she, "tent every
motherless child hami an aunt so loving and
so able to care for hrr au'd bring her up to
womanhood. Thern is many an orphan that
nrbodly wants an I' n Ie y will" take except
Dr. Jacobs, r.t the Thlornwell orphanage.
We must send those children a nice Christ-
mas box this time. hiere i n't a member of
our elihrch who can't pst in something--
something to we-r or some books to read.
Our own grandichildren may be left as poor
and pitiless i.r'e daay, and maybe what we
do for orphans now cill b" paid back to
thens 'i he. e is ans a fril nrsponsibility upon
ll all, but the rich pe pie don't seem to know
it. They wait for lns-'ry to come tothir'
doors a"d beg, but they nver hunt for it."
That is a fact. And misery won't go in
many cases. Misery lidl rather suffer than

to beg. Misery will sleep cold rather than%
ask for a blanket. Christmas will soon be
hlmr and then we will gather our flocks to-
gether and be happy, butthere are thousands
to whom imhritsmias iq no nrile than any
other day. Let all do what they can this
lime to nrake tha poor and thI friendhFis
happy.-BILL ARP, in Atlanta Constitution
P. S.-So many friends are writing nit
about the book that I wish to say that the
rice is $1.50, and if the money is s,'nt to tihe
Constitution Publishing t, inlnn uD, Atminti.
(a., theI book will be sent 'y mail i- i t,
'covers and pictures amuI wchea'. ni c m',r,
and it it don't save you a daocror's bill I an ei
ie p It, I have done my l)est. B. A.

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



A Feast of Eloquence and a Flow
of Wit.
COLUMBnrA, S. C., [Spceial.1--At the
morning session of the State Bar Associa-
tion two addresses were read, "Prcpara'-
tion for the Bar," written by T. M. Ray- '
sor and read by John P. Thomas, Sr.,
and "The Ethics of the Profession," by
Mr. Woods.
Committees were appointed, one to
consider and report on the formation of
the County Bar Asociation, and the
other to consider the changes in tinie and
place ef holding the annual meeting.
In the evening the annual address, pre-
pared by Gen. Edward McCrady, was
read by lion. Charles Richardson Miles,
orator presents locutus est eloquenter pro
oratore absent.
The amuual banquet of the Associat'oa
was given at night at the Grand Central
Hotel. It was an exceedingly enjoyable
affair, every o of the speeches being
not only eloquent but brilliant, as all
lawyers' speeches are, which way of stat-
ing the fact is patented by this Bureau. I
D. S. Henderson eloquently introduc-
ed the Hon. J. S. Cochran, who spoke
eloquently on the State of South Caro-
Col. G. W. Croft eloquently introduc-
ed Col. Joseph Ganahl, of Georgia, who
spoke eloquently on the subject of Geor-
gia and a good deal about South Caro-
Mr. Culp, of Union, eloquently intro-
duced the eloquent Judge Hudson, who
spoke eloquently of the other members of
the judiciary.
The Hon. J. S. Verner eloquently in.
produced the Hon. Samuel Dibble, wh"'
eloquently responded to the toast, "The
United States."
The e'oquent Press was announced by
the eloquent W. C. Benet, the response
being by the eloquent M. F. Ansel, of
The eloquent young member of the
Bar was introduced by the eloquent old
member of the B ir, the Hon. C. Rich-
ardson Miles, the response being by the
young and eloquent F. hI. Weston, of
- The young and interesting ,oireural As-
senibly was ..Ti ". --' -.' 1 t y.th, .
Uloqueut solicitor, J. M. Johrnron, the re-
spouse being by the aloqeaut Speaker
qThe eloquent Bar of South Carolina
".'T introduced by the eloquent D. B.
fmim, i, the response being by the elo-
quent C. A. Doug'ass, of Columbia.
The silent, absent and beautiful wo-
men were introduced by the gallant and
eloquent Ernest Gary, of Edgcfield, the
response for the silent, absent and beau-
xtiful being by the eloquent C. C. Sims,
'f- Barnwell.
After the regular toasts the eloquent
retiring president introduced the newly
elected president, Col. S. P. Hamilton,
bo'h of which gentlemen made eloquent
speeches, as lawyers always do, as above
The Bar Association then adjourned
about half past 1 o'clock.
The special incidents of the feast were
that when Judge Wallace's name was
mentioned by Mr. Culp, of Union, the
I Iouso rang with applause:.
which was repeated when Judcge
Hudson arose to speak. Taking it all in
all, everybody is agreed that it was the
most admirably conducted and
th,:roughly enjoyable aud enjoy-
ed banquet of the Bar in many years.

A New Attorney General.
COLUMBIA, S. C [Special.]-At one
o'clock Wednesday a joint assembly was
held to elect an Attorney General to fill
out the unexpired term of Hon. Y. J.
Pope. Senator Keitt nominated Mr. J.
L. McLaurin, of Marlboro; Mr. Hlughes,
of Charleston, nominated Ernest Gary;
Mr. Kirkpatrick, of Kershaw, nominated
the IHon. D. A. Townsend,of Union; Mr.
Sarratt, of Spartancurg, nominated the
Hon. Stanyare Wilson. Each of the
nominations .was seconded by several
The first vote taken resulted: Town-
send 40, McLaurin 46, Wilson 4, Gary
40; total 130; necessary to a choice 66.
The second ballot: Townsend 34, Mc-
Laurin 52, Wilson 1, Gary 45; total 132;
necessary to a choice 67. The third and
final vote stood: Townsend 8, McLaurin
77, Wilson 1, Gary 43; total 129, neces-
sary for a choice 65. McLaurin vwas
therefore declared elected
Youngest Member of Congress.
John W. Bailey, of Texas, the young-
est member of Congress, is thus describ-
ed by the Washington Post: "A young
man of a strikingly nob'e face and corn-
manding presence s'ood chatting with
friends in the lobby of the Metropolitan,
and was the observed of all observers.
His features were refined and almost as
regular as could be chiselled by an artist;
eyes deep blue and a wonderfully hand-
some suit of jet black hair, worn very
long. That, together with his soft felt
hat of expansive brm, was enough to
tell that he hailed from Dixie, and pic-
turesquely attractive li Vas Mr. Buai-
ley is 28 e'ars old, we\. to-do, and ai na-
tivet of Mississippi.

The President Pardoned Them.
WABsmINOTON, I). C., [Special.- Tlhie
president Ihas granted a pardon t. John
F. Weantllers,convicted in Georgia of vio-
lating' tihe internal revenue laws. and also
to Bern Wright, convicted in T'liinessee
of violating thIe postal laws.
The devices adopted by thie p:utin s t .
lihe ballots in the election in C'olor''h'.
were: Republican, eagle; Dl)ne, :i,.,
'rooster; Prohibition, national Ilatg; I' .
pie's, roadside cottage; People's Non
partisan, justice.


William Jackson, of Ellsworth, Me, h a '
lost six wives within the past 55 years,
the last having died a few weeks since.
It is stated that in 1890 the number of
persons killed in India by snakes was
21,412, while' the number of snakes
slaughtered was 510,659.
The mandolin, banjo, and glee clubs
of Harvard University will give public
performances during a Western tour in
the last week of the year.
It appears that Sir Edwin Arnold tick-
led the fancy, raised the pride, and
touched the heart of the Bostonians by
saying that they speak the English speech
better than the people of any other
American city.
At Santa Rosa, in the republic of Uru-
guay, 200,000 vine shoots were planted
this year. Next year there will be twice
as many planted. They grow luxuriant-
ly and bear abundantly in that part of
Uruguay, and are profitable to their own-
The Australian city of Melbourne,
which was founded less than 50 years
ago, has already a population of nearly
half a million, and stands fifth among
the cities of the British empire. It is now
a great shipping port, and its slum quar-
ter is small.
It appears by the report of the treasu-
rer of Yale College, which has just been
published, that the gifts received by the
college during the year covered by the
report amounted to the large sumn of
$343,395. The gifts ranged from $100
to $50,000.
In Athens, Ga a system of electric
railway and a system of electric fire alarm
have been established this year. In the
corning year a new system of street pav-
ing and a new system of -waterworks are
to be established. The introduction of
small factories of many kinds is to be en-
couraged there.
Judge Crisp's father and mother were
members of a Savannah dramatic com-
pany in the days before the war, and the
future Speaker, then a youth, sometimes
appearedd on the stage in minor roles.
f r. eoULiro, .nrin 5... .^, im eth
.,bout ten years ago, was an actor of
promise, and had at one time been con-,
nected with Jno. T. Ford's company in
Baltimore. Judge Crisp is said to have-
had a fine stage presence, but however
that may be he is certainly a prominent
figure now on the national stage.
It is not very often that a preacher of
national reputation is met at a published
appointment by a congregation of one.
But that is what happened to the famous
Parson Br.wnlow-the Swift of a provin-
cial age and place. It was 'before the
war, when he was about equally venom-
ous against the Baptists and abolition-
ists. The fame of his controversy with
both filled several States. Somehow,
though, when he stepped into the pulpit
of a Methodist church in Clarksville,
Tenn., notoriously a Methodist town, he
found himself with just one auditor. The
sexton even had gone away after open-
ing the doors and ringing the bell. The
parson looked about him for a minute,
then lifted his hands and said, "Let us
pray." The prayer was long and fervent
but nobody came. At the close of it the
minister sang a hymn. Still there were
no more listeners. Drawing a long
breath the preacher said, "Sister, we will
be dismissed," then repeated the bene-
diction, grabbed his hat and overcoat,
and took the next train home.


To fMeet and Consider the Reduction
Of Cotton Acreage.
MONT'roomen, ALA., [Speclal.]-Com-
mis iot er Lane, of the Department of
Agriculture, of Alabama, has issued <
circulair to every State Agricultural Com-'-.-
missioner in cotton growing States for
the purpose of calling a convention of
farmers of the cotton growing States, for
the purpose of considering the expedien-
cy and practicability of decreasing the
acreage of cotton in the South.
-e says:
"Being deeply impressed with the
conviction that this demand is most im-
pelative and action ought not to be de-
layed, I respectfully ask immediate con-
sideration and through you, of cotton
growers, in reference to the subject and
the urgent necessity of an early meeting
for ilhe purpose of discussing and, if pos-
sible, arriving at some conclusion that
will accomplish the desired result."
Ife names tihe city of Montgomery,
Ala., as the most available place, and
Wednesday, tile Gth of January, 1892, as
the time of the meeting of the conven-
11 Colored Man Becomes a Priest.
Cha, R. Uncles, a carefully educated
young colored man, was ordained by
Cardinal (ibbons last week to !he Cath-
olic priesthood, the attendant cere-
monies 'iing celebrated in Boston, and
the occasion gained special moment from
the fact that this is the first ordination
in this country of a colored man to or-
ders in thIe Roman Catholic church.
Influenza in Nashville.
NAsniVIL,.r:, Tl'.:NN., (Special.]-Influ-
euza is epidemic in Nashvi' l'. The esti-
mate comes from good authority that no
less than eight thousand people here are
under treatment for it.

The Anti Free Pass Law.
C('oi.inrr., 8. C.-The House has
pause i t lih anti-free pass bill, which was
pI eviously passed by the Senate,prohibit-
ing public officers from obtaining free

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as second class matter.)

'iUI4SDAY, Decemober 2.-, 1891.

L'R' Y OCH H AUS T73,15.
This being Christmnls evo, we take
pleasure in 'extending to tlhe many
readers of the T'iES DEMOCRATr tlhe
old familiar greeting.
Who can 1.e otherwise than j-yfu'
on this glad day, marking the I irth
i- tfhe Savior of men? Though nearly
t.vo thousand years have rolled by oni
their flight into eternity, carryi-g 1.'
dheir cold einb ace the rise aud full of
H110ay nations; though the lllide.s
:?,ir, stretches out and *- t to wh re
;i-, fullness of time will be swallowed
up into an endless eternily, and yct
,ol; there never will be a gladder time
thiu Christmas day, when the "mnornii
g stars sang together for joy," and
ihe sweetest singers in heaven pro-
itlimed peace and salvation to an
erstwhile sincunrsed world. The ad-
ve-nt of the Son of Gd brought" peace
on earth, good will to men," and from
ihat blessed day to this )od has in
do(cd reigned, and the heart hears the-
niause music listened to by those shep-
h,-rds on the plains of Bethlehem, and
theeye of faith sees the great Iigli
V iest sitting at the right hand o0 God
:it. king intercession for us.
Ti i' is a happy (lday for the chil-
dren, far they are taught to believe
ihat" Santa Claus goes through the
vorld, hus mission being to satisfy ev'
.,ry desire of their little hearts, and
they should not be disappointed. The
Great Santa Claus gave us the best
:ift in heaven in the person of His
Son, and henceforti we nre the sons
.f'God. Remember the children, and
we w.il repeat dur wish, A Merry
Christ(uas tp all,
Mom e About the Jail Delivery."

LFMANON, Levy Co., Fla,
Editor Times-Democrat.
I see from your paper last week
pennedd the dono
turned the prisoners loose. Now I
- -t.rnk-trat--very strange conduct,
and a big mistake on the part of our
boarl, and I, as a resident of Lovy
county, wish record my protest agdnst
puch conduct.
Are we to go to the expense of pay
Ing a judge, site's attorney, and grand
jury to t'y tne law breakers, and
scarcely have their shadows left the
limits of the town when the county
board goes to the prison, opens the
door, and tell, the prisoners to "get,"
which their sale to the highest bidder
atniunts to? What justice! No won-
tier our court duckeis are crowded.
F. does seem iike making a "farce of
oiar courts and putting a premium on
rimne." I cai uot, find words strong
eanugh to express my feeling and to
ondemnn such conduct.
I have heard Judge Finley, and
,:raind juries on former occasions de,
plure the great increase of crime; and
nto wonder, when the people know that
they will not be punished. It we do
inot punnih the men wh.) have been
tried and convicted according to law,
what is the nse of going to thie expense
of having courts? Why not now pull
thera down, rather than buill new
I am in favor of thorough, efficient
courts, a new court house that will
ISpire "confidence," aud at the -anie
,'ine be a terror to eyil doers. I would
jclike to see a new court house that
n-- 'oii(l be a credt" to our county, ini
>.ace of the ori \~ye have with its win-
diaa stuffed full of rags; but first and
l'nht give us j::t;ci'. if the nindaite has
to be issued from a "barn.". Theiii'
my seutimonts. G. II.

.Bowletff. Tindlcated.
Jtditor Timnes-Democrat.
I think it was m a littIe cruel for
iiVan Dorn" to insinuate that your
correspondent who writes under the
euphonious name of "Billy Bo'wvlegs'
was affected in the brai.u rPerhaps
e thought that because hiis name in,
: d'tates an outward curvature of the

lower extremity's, his brain was also
warped, but after reading bis last ar.
-tit'e I am sure ho will be convinced
that such is not the Oase, on the con,
trary he is possessed of one of the
brightest intellects of any man of this
age. The master productions of his
brain in your columns prove it,
11is argin-cuts are so sound anI
logical. .and so replete with good sense
and reasoning that they cannot be res
Intcdf, so I will not make the attempt.
.iow densely ignorant I was not to
know that I stood alone in my oppnos
iilo to the suo-treasury bill. Why
of course the democrats all over the
cotintry are clamoring for it
Let usall wait itlh th liappiest
.anticipations to thte time when the peo-
ides party shall have taken charge
of tlhe affairs of our. government, to
that time when "every man woman
41ad child" shall be given "fair play."
'4,)u ytLCl 54M a Wjll open a pg,yn

shop ihn "very county, and the farmers It,-ms fir'om Leb.alo. .
of Levy (Coiuty can go thee and Correspondence Times-etin, cr.t.
pawn th!e large sEupplus of ifn pr i,
ducts that they an ,n the hU c f Dec. 1.-fclh is vry good, the
growing, and p!wn' their frims aie, only Case- of fickoess os i;ng ihot, i.'
Con'.rcess will then pass bjiis for cv- ir., A. 13. Mot, wm i v ..
ery speiaul class uitil all are suited the imuminps.
Then thi- poor mian, if indeed hirIh are -r. ad .,'. P. Pries h jst
ai;v to be I' mod, wiil liot be taied at a i f tee vi ,
nigLer rate on the d, lar than the rich icd.sa ore It.I,, .
auii a is r nvtihe Case. Mr. EitM sr I'i hvr ., Ti
iilI not a-kl spate to ennu rate even y
LaitOwf thegood l ,ings that wiii f lov ou c
the advent( l'the thid ipu ty t. pow. a. nlih li ttu li- ui i ii .r.
Let ilr". Bo, legs by thi e i en ]o.! I :
intatou its colii hg. l ('Di n '
M r. ,Jn : i ii.- i .. i a
The work of' tuin liing five iiller:- w f Qew i ays ;i1.Ai i i t;.li;-n.i lhitt
thl oiig the ntiall rIlngoe of (the !nb l wais t\\eve 1-6it i" ~ .; ,..mi >.
.Ioutntai!;s for railwih y ald \vihoh*;a.e C(ane grindi :g ,.' ; ,v,. ',
:W'd *11tdl Si'ver litills yr pulrI oses,:. s. go S itnII fa 'ri Nr ; ,: ,: ;)us "-V
onl day I a::(tl ig;ht. ;,Ilii t his w iH ou, l ll (|HIS.
^ < no o n c n i ia i d M o v o l i I uI i t s .
),(y) l';t m of I le (i,-titaIt iI s alrueI d\ r i g tti N low il the woods,
. I itI; INd 1 I tv-ilv I ve eins of 'ol1 andl I fear tcatle will =uI!tr uies rain
and silver: are ai' d(y crosc.l, ''hi comes soon,.
Denver. Apex & Wzc.-ern t ar:iii a 1,ato We aresad to announce the death off
uonnecirl .nvr \viitn s:ilr Laik (t 'v ii tie Joseph, son of Joutis and C.roA-
:*ta savii of 250 oiles ,"of di-tano by litue D: ;.**r-, which occurred tl e 5th
using Ihi ti.unl his a; re:I for it i.. L, tUt Citronelle, after a week's ill
;;s fortvWeilt vyear. au,[ to t a;it one -
o>ilap tor eah i.iasei- cr oie] l fSS ( slo.f ilntoia C We vl s biilid t
i i p e toln t'orO.ih toll of lri t tihe Leanon sehoio l house on the tli,
.aki.n lil iiu ah it. 'tiltc large inlustilt servb es conducte'l by Rey. I'enwell.
ed 22-pIge ;apiihldt sent to all who TiOc bereaved parents nave our syin-
seiid two cents tlheretfor to Mark M. path.
Po1n.rov, Getiieral Mitnagir, Ioo ,Is Mr V W. R Page is teaching our
*.I Uni tz.r lnillin ew Vol\ Y -r! C ty, t,
is wondzerf uiiul inte esi, instrcti,. school, Mrs. Page having to give upi
ailn siugges'iveo reading latter, telling on account of bad health. G.
'au ii docs what tlicn1 acit now doillg'
day aiind liai:ht. vwhei.;r tiHuv tlre w.)rk- ST. GEORGE ) It is said that in
ing more tlian 2,('!i) tilet I c'irpe-nlicil- AND TrnFI a lake near the
ariy buohw the surftae of Miount Kel- DRAGON. ) city of Silene, in

li.d amlyo w1 In ti ialloint .psini England, a huge dragonu dwelt, whose
as own1rfs of tle Allantie-p arific ail- insatiable maw seemed satisfied with
way Tunnel ant lil the properties o(t nothing the people could give him, In
the Company. their despair they cast lots to deter-

The dude pays particular attention mine who among their dearest ones
to hik clothes because they are the miost should be flung to the east, and the

valuable part of him.


Mr. Hiram Thweatt, an
raged and proniinc.nt citizen
living near Troy, Ala Auamn,

says that for thiivyive years he was
sorely afflicted with Eczema on his
fice. The eruptions were of a large
and cancerous nature. That he tried
a number of experi-nced physicians,
but with little result, and then receive,
ed only temporary relief, After Jav.
i:ig used only seven bottles of S. S S.,
he ft els like a new man. The painful
trouble is all gone, and now at sixty
years of age he is once more in good
health, and restored to his family. He
states thbat his cure is entirely due to
S. S. He says that lie is a meminer
ot thle MIithodlist Episcopal Church,
Souih, and that his post-office address
is O'ean, PLke County, Ala., and Ilhit
as lhe wishes all s'fterers to khow the
good that he has received from the
medicine, he will take pleasure in an-
sivering any inquiries that may be sent
him. Our treatise on the blood and
Ykin will be mailed free. Address,
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This what you ought to have, in fact,
you must have it, to fully enjoy life.
Ti.ousands arc searching for it daily,
and mourning because 'why lind it not.
Thousands upon lioulsalils of dollars
arc spent alnuilltlvy by our people ill
the hope that tllhe mlay aattin this
boon. And yet it may be had by all,
We guarantee that Eleclriq Bittlers, if
usi'd according' to dilectilis and tlhe
use perAisteil in, will bring" you good
digestion and oust the donii dyilyspep-
Jia and install instead Eupcpsv. We
rccomniend Electric Bitters lor m1ys-
popsia an1l all diseases of lhe Liver,
Stoilachi anld Kidlnes. Sold at 50c.
and $1.00 per bottle, by J. M. Juokson
& Sou, D)ruggisiss.

Altwais (tt the Front.
We haye received a copy ot the
hamtd.omely illustrated prospectus for
1892 is-ued by the Detroit Free Press.
The achievements of this famous paper
in the past have been great, but if its
promises for the future are to be ful.
filled-and there certainly is no reason
to expect the contrary-The Detroit
Free Press will in 1892 be, vs its pub-
lishers confidently claim the most, en-
tertaining and instructive paper pub-
lished,giving additional pleasure to its
thousands of old subscribers and fresh
enjoyment to the many thousand new
ones that its merits deserve. Its list
(of contributors for 1892 includes many
of the mod-t famous names in Ain-'ri
can literary andi uhlic life, *>i'd i, '-t
of the articles to be publislied :o i
unusual importance and interest, pre-
senting a splendid artay of valuable
features in addition to the inimitable
w rk done by it- own staff of bright
and famous writers.
The publishers of The Free Press
will mail copies nof the paper and pros,
pectus to all applicants,

lot fill to the King's daughter As
she was going, like Jeptha's daughter,
to meet her terrible fate, she waa met
by George of Cappadocia, who, after
hearing her sad story, bade her fear
not, and making a slgn of the cross
he bl andished his lanoe, attacked and
transfixed the dragon, and leading
him into the city beheaded him in the
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presuencel ui tile pcoli, .or tlls
noble deed lie became the Patron

lh ,\ i lt ; i't li h l Ii I.' ; ta;l;ugh i
the isch lko ; bu nolut i'i :' xay i 1,i hi of
uiicilp iraticahulil tbel 'til td tl ar never.
i ;.- tl 'e, fl i.' 'i .;xai!ples, w which
in ; ,; i ,,.-i "- ;);]:. i 'ltl siy w don .e-
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Ot-11( 0t-.t .! i ti."d ki w. i .ii 'itiit il hce
sdt' ttlc tin t u'hli l i'o t' thii et eo he
ut e t ), ai;i> lh iver, w' 1 ; (he ct l I (level|p-
e l, "l* e t Ie pro; st'I V ueI y t'xpectori,-
lion ,;d thi; \ ;!;,ry ('.i.-chairge I truIi
I]+ un! ll!. ,,.o< : !' i ni w O ul d ev er
hnl cl 1.1 ilna i. ;ii' t i -y11ptomi s of ai
C(;ht Cve:e, The ('s hol;r 6 otlhd th('n
bc giveii Chai);l)trlin'! Co'ghh Rem-
ty f'. tha 't :w i i hi, se l at eveni
a; s%'A\'(; t.; l od l t-o 14li1 I n; 1 ( ill o0 s o01'

Stwot d) \s,, ohr a t h -t gre.alty initigtit-
c41, whellt properly (Ie a.(t as soonl as
the first svinplhotls appear. This remi)-
cidy is l.liloiis i'1o il ts"oures of couglhs,
coldhs and t'roiip. it is i;ade especially
for theii (di;tea'es andl is the most
plroi t lAmidl most reliableI medicinle
known l'for the purpose, 50 cent bot-
lies tioii sale byi .ia. .Jackson & Son,
Brwibon; a-ti W. C. Andrews, Ar-

In order to be popular wilh the ma'e.-,
a laly, like a "letter, needs a good

.How .W,,-",.. Cats?
"If 300 cats can kill 300 rats in 30(.
flays, hiow ntiivy cats will it take t(;
kill 100 rats ini 100 dIN\s?" A fine
toned Ulprighll Piano ill be given by
- The Quein to the ilio, it person answer-
iit the alhove pr'oblini correctly ; anl
i elegant (;old uWatch will be given tfor
Stlhe .'ecoltd cor'e t; a China Dines
St ,'viii -- g ivoen for tile third corrc-t
;I nswei ; .ii t letatt Silk Dres Pa'tern
xvwill Ie ive;, for the rotirtl cl correct
aniiswor, a-II.t ina, ,y other valuable
pt-cs, 5,t ill : hi wiill be announced
in thei next issue ofi Tlie Queen, As
the object of otfi'vilig these prizes is to
attract atttuiion toecur popular family
magazine, eauih i person answering
must ci(lose s-ix U. S.; 2 cent stamps
t.,r sample ,inunicr containing full

particulars. Pe|d:d to-day. You may
secure a valuable p rie. $10 in gold

Saint of Lngland. Many a dragon v will be paid for tIe best. original pro-
in the form of disease, while leading ileni to, te iiubl.:e.id in a tuturenutnl-
his yictim to death, as sure as that ol--. Adde.ss' Ti't- Ce(nadian Queen,
which would have befallen the King's Torolio, Canu.
daughter but for her timely rescue,
has been demolished by the use of S. iuca<,'t's .1 ri.a S'ilve.
S, S., and the victim restored to health. The lubst salve ill.I thiewev'hl t'or ctitt
Treatise on Blood anl Skin Oiseases Brllisce. Sores, 7l tIrs, S:dt Rh'euln .
ill ailed Firet8IvIF ,.E r ,uC., F v tve rols, 'll tir, ('htuiplpd Han f s.i
mailed free. S IT SECFt CO., Chilblains, Corns, a4nd all Skin Erupt
Atlanta, tGa. tins, and po-ilively cul'.s. Piles, or n,
E .... pay required, It is gnt, rautectl to
E education is a cudgel of defense for i 'ieerfl,'t sItlistractioll, or toney re'-
tneyoung and astaft for the old. Iundle. Price 25 cents per box. For
sale by J. M, Jackson. & A o0.
-Prototounce110ct lo essi, t'ef'St S-an A.
Imn a letter writtens-f Mrs. Ae I i, 'a .......
E. itnud. of Greti -'..w,,* T q,,;t- e: N, ,, ,
^^- wj l -*tw anil o'nilv wv a ness :
- .d onln my lungs, cogn et in -nd y .-y' ,- ifHld, Cures uIllarantleel. Aed-
,.Iv telatrlilinate illn consmpltio. .h'ls wit u stamp, ,Jawobhs' Pharimac
F- r -loctors gave mie up, saing I Co., Atlanta, Ua. .See atvertisemlnul
could live bit a short tilei. i ave elsewhere.
ImyseI l up to hi\iy Savior, dotorminilied
that it I could not stay with mly WOJf-A.Y'S E'7' BET lIE1ND.
friends on earth, I would meet y LUO Th all
absent ones above. M I: husband was LUXONI- 'Thl (f(iv ilf tl lenll'
advised to get Dr, itg's New l)is- remedies tor irregnlarities, p:nus alnd
cover for Consutption, Coughs and tlisea-es peculiar to women. U-;il t50
Colis. I ave it a trial. took in all years b a|emi i nthi'ysician. Neuv
eight bottles; it hlts cured mne, ad1tnulls to cturit. A 'ddress with stalll,
thank God I am now a well and hear, .Luxoonili Co, Atllinta, Gau. 0'.(. Box
ty wonan." Trial bottles free at J. 3)7, Sco adhvelrtisemenlit elsewhere.
A. Jackson's drug store; regular size ----.---..-.-. -..---- ..
60t, and $1. rji-tN WILLSENDyour inue.hil-

Before you try to drown your sor-
rows tind out whether they can swim.

Its Wonderfuil 'i. ". u-: on the Liver,
Slumachl, i ocre-'. anfid ,Kiii,.cys.

For DIiliousness, Constip)ation and
malaria, take Lemon Elixir.
For Indigestion, Sik and Nervous
Headache, take Lemon Elixir.
For Sleeplessness, Nervousness andu
Heartfailur' lake Lemon Elixir.
For Fever-s, Chills and Debility,
take Lemon Elixir.
Ladies, for natural and thorough or-
ganid regulation, take Lemon Elixir.
Dr. Molecy's Lemon Elixir will not
fail you ill any of I le above nimed
diseases, all of which arise from a tor.
pid or diseased liver, stomach, kid-
nevs or bhowelts.
Prettpalrd only by Dr. fI. Mozlvy,
Allanta, Ga, 50c. and $1 bottles at
d tuggists.
After ton years of great suffering
fromll indigestlioln, with great nervous
prostration, biliolusness, disordered
kidneys and constipation. I have
been cured by DoI Alozleys LemIlon
Elixir and am uow a well lman.
liv, 0. C. DAvis, ELD. SM.E. Church
South, No. 28 Tatnall St., Atlanta,

An old physician, retired from pIac-
tice, having had placed in his hands by
an East India missionary (he formula
of a simple vegetable remedy for- ihe
speedy and pluerlmanent olurl of Con-
sumption, iBronchilis, (Catarrlh. As-
thuna and all throat and Llung AfI're-
~ions. also a positive n n radical cure
for Nervous Debility and all Nervous
Complaints, after having' test *i its
wondeairul curative powers. Ito tu-
anils of easets, ha u i( t 1;
imake it l.i' "
Avlion c
to vflievi liii uti n .
free of ohiare, ton all wt o ; .
this recipe, in German, Fr ,. r
gli.-h, willth full dircllti )
ing andl uliit. S 1 hi)v
dressini with -!iu i.
pap, r. \V. % .
Block, ltoche Lui;', ,

J-i* !It, ; ll.1 over the1 world; to
N ', t' lisliers, ItIanuttacttrers,
C ENTi .1 |i'itolteet Uind those enu)plov-
SILVERI'"' ig "ntit, aI1 will iurini
t tl it y [ 1,1e mail or Booki, Ma-
gazines. t'apcrs, Letters, and samples of'
goods. offering you hiarmins, au'niiit.' n, etc.
Address, A(;ENTS' It E('IltI).
-Box 4i2, Atlania, Ga,

State of Floridla, I
County o( ]ievy.(' To ('r.urse W. Moody,
"T(od arc lheieliy notifi df that a writ of
hav, aind yo ker prnt Frty atiSleed 1 sLatisfy
the thinaud of Irilty ewllalir. Now, linles
yo jerry's Selll d Annual for i l'diiiiu, a
Cotulny Jadi'e ill ind fir sttid county, at
hits (llthe at oSeed store, 1l S, on le for th day
ot 1I'e'ruulr'y, A. L)., 15!I2, nt 10 o'clock iii
as ing.t ou, and yowr tie ltirilout said to la'
the delt,
D.M.ERRYated this th of DeCO .,A. trt., 191,
W. R. iOUL'ERU, Pl'intifi",
I'cc. 17-Sw

State ol Florida I
County of Ltevy.r To eorgoe sV. Moody.
70 lare hereto I otili'd that la w it of
Sattihnlicn.Ii las beii issued alaitst
\ou,. and, your property attachlid to satisfy
tihe demand ofl Twelve D ollars and liti"

1e1nls. tOi, unless vruu shi! al, apear be-
I Sh'e ll Hen Friedalnai, a County JuFlet in and
fonr said elutiiy. at his d fori at hcounty.oat
ill., ol thl e 'Iit d ,y oil l,'''ln rt try, A. 1).
18o v, at 1 ,) o'clock 8n thu, flit nouoii, jiidl.
lithe t owirll ei onterid it illt orel and your
pra,iti 0 1erlV sol d to il t ,ii' d btl 'a
Dated this Iitl ttday o f De'., A. D., 1891.
Dec. 1T-S t l'laintiftl ,
State of Fliorhidat
County of Levy.[ To Ge(nrgel Moody,

Y7 O(U arena i erely nntiliid that t writ of
li attla lillonit h;is ienl isfind aiaiiit
.ol. a;lso your property atta!he('d 0to satisfy

iheo (h f'lrido ftw JINh Dotyoila Iisadliu' i and
IV'Di'. 'y-fiV

Faypi r btni' lre In 'riom,tina, a Ciountya
Juagt i< alt .or sai ount at his .ff:it rsoil,'

lt lOusoil, ith ,, o(Ii the' Stit dai of F.t1)ru-
182', At l)>, l, A t 10 O't ie the rollo lie fore-
nlOoet, .willtinent willered lie rl and youinst
0u1, nd yourl proltifty soldt to ,lay the
i tri d this -Itlit d:v \. A ) 1891.S
Dec. '-W 1hlaitiHl

tliand ite' at (r tie tLil;t, Fltha., X OTIC E is hereby given that undi.1' and
~~ L E i~ N .\.i, 1,1891 N 1 Iy t. virtueof nilt order to me direct; d
Notice is here y given that tlit following by his iIon. tlen F'ried1 nil, outintv .1 udei
MOTiiERS' F;[ :NO it a scitntiic- Inamed setlcri hais ileld lii e of his intleo ut d11 lor Levy county, lorida, I will, on
yl are, im ;t, every ingre- tion to make tinl.! proof il sui rt of his l'l8.n!1ity. the *-it day of Janiuary, A. ,
n. o- ... v ai e in claim, i ani t :at said proot f wilt lt !itlite 1 1t 2, llie the le tgal lhoiirsof sil, on sai
b.lfore J. ,M liarco, c!erl; circ.ult courl at dal y, offer for s ale lt Will sell to !hc- hi.h i-
constant use .:-a m radical pro irouI Fhl., on i 3.it. 13.1,' iz : 1 ut alid lest bidder for cash, beb'ore the
li-ents are co!-- court hoidse f(.or ill the tow of ]wn (o r ;bo ,
fessidn. iT- a.Iients ar coin- ANN E. LYNN, of Flumli, Fla. li hilte tollotinI described real estate, h;-
bindinam: l- ....17ounnown lhl. 17.-8 for the NW See. a5 T 10i. 1. i situate anuld being in the county iof
6 4/ ("5 ...... { 9 14E, t Levv hI nl State if F hlo'iud a ld I ,reta .-
He liSO Ses the follonwin witnf,, eso to ti, i. lesri-ed l ,s ttllios lo-wit. j,-
Sprve lhis Conlinilous r'it I Le oi uponl and : of N] atdA o \of SE: SI ieec. 10 T. 1I II. I,)
F R ir g 19 eultivalion of, said hniidviz. .. es trainingg 16 i('U ares nore or less. Sold
SI i h w I. luDavis, A. Watson, G. i. tle property 0t W aryv Cook, deiesed,
t" otFlt.her ,Jott-slIh StriliglelhW, t' 01ot F111 ilatr of levy eonntv,1t pi laser to l at for
\VILL DO all that is claimed for Ilt. titles." JAt1FS M. BtAl.COU,
it AND MORE. ItShortens Labor, A LEX. LYNCH, Itegister._ Comlmissionier.
Lessens Pain, Din finishes Danger to NOT'ICE FOR PUlT CATION. ;'ro a, Fla.. Dee, 3, Si.
Life of Mother and Child. Book Land Otice at (ianesville. Fin.. NOTICE.
to "MItOTHERS mailed FREE, con- Nov. t1...1.. )1. OTIC(E is hereby given thnt nuder nind
training valuable information and Notice is here given that thlie follow- by virtue of aln order to me direclhi.
volunt'rv testimonials, tig.i-ilned settlter has tiled ,otiee of iiis in- y his l toni Behn 1'riedliian, eoulty .uige
Sentoexpr eson r ee iptofprice $1.50 per bottle ion t to nmllle linal prpurf in support of t or Levy colilltv. FloridaI, 1 will, on Ioll,-
yDFIED REGULATOR CO., rlnta. p 9 luhis tclai, and that s laid proof Will be nnde day. the d1 day (of Noveniber, A. 1., 1WI1,
FfIELD RE ULATOR CO.,. 1. laro, dele k circuilit court at duringg the legal hours itf sale on lsaid (a,
COLD BY ALL DRUOGISTS. l urilsoil, Fla. On Jatln, 12, 18912, ViZ: offer for slle nttd will sell to tLe hiiglitst
In T i PII ELS, of a nd ue,t bidder for cashi, 1) bre the cnrt
gTWAShNll- 'ONIN ,. F. P1 EL'S?, litoiise door illn hie town of iirollSOl, all tno
i -a-t, s I s Levyville, l,:t., following, descrilId real e'stalte lyingii s, sits.
Ey7 adii j '- 0'-, Oitment lds. ,22104 &15142 for the NwV, of NW at and bleini n i the coiuty ofr i.eyy an
Vui a E- t tIt UlU-tIjifN AS .l'- 1 of N.V Se22 '1', 12 S.. It. 1 'State of 1Florida, and more particularly
A certain curefor Chronic Sore Eyes, lac lie :tl.es thfollowinug wit esses to described UIs folloNs;', to-wit:
Tetter, Stilt Rhenm, Scald Head, Olh l poue lhis coilititllo1 residlenee upon, and l SW il-ol sec. IT. E hof SE hir sec. 1S,
er, eim, ltivtion d, sild l ia l.t viz: N pE j ,tf Ni ur. see. 19 'lTp 15t i 10 contai.-
Chronic Sores, Fever Sores, Eczema, Jamues Collier, of Ellzey, Fla.: Richard in 2S(> alres.
Itch, Prairie Scratche3, Sore Nipples Dykes, Napolon narrow, 'Thomas C. 1lo- SE qr ofnw qr see 5T'16 R 16 containing
and Piles. It is cooling and sooeething, gtiis, of Levy-ville, Fla. 40 aeres, -
7nre o.f A LEX. i YNCIi, Register. NW tin ofNw W r see. 7 Tp. 1t It. 16 ccn.
Hundreds of cases have bicn cured by training 41 acres.
it after all other treatment had failed. NOTICE FOR PUBLICA'TION SW% qr of NE qr SE qr oit NW (r and NW
25 and 50 cetbo esforsale by IAND O-FIr.e Ar G.N(TAESvI1 Fr.,I oI 0SE cr* sec. 9l Tp. 1 R. 1 containing
Nov. Iatil,91. 12tD ireqs.
J. M. Jackson & Son, Bronson, anl Notice is herel'vy given that the lolwinig ,W hfof SIi qr see.T 1J, 1E fof SE 11til
"so Isiit-NIVn 0f SIt' qr see. 15 Tp 1 It, it ;e-ontaiili-
\V. C. Andrews, Ar.'her. nuant- settler lats iiled otive of lots inten- in 211 nOae-t(.
tioin to) nkv tina lprl'of in .iupprt of his S hf if N "r and N ir of 5 (r seO.
A ., 6v .]in, and' thalt said l;1'o will, W,( -"' 'I 22 TplbNi- 1 taiiK 1 lo res.A
-" v v v lifot. ri e .Judge. or in hisselnee, eiirk oIh- W' hfof SW q. SEIto r ef SWV qi sei 27, S
ellit court at Uronson, 1Fla., on Jiall. 12, hfofNE qr and SE ir see 28 'p 1 l1; It
A +I,,_, viz: containhin:;Ii0 acres.
BUY A F LN CE ilI ENlY I. NETTILES, of uBareo, Fla. E hf of NE ir sec St,N hifofNW (qr Se
lHd. 1710i for the SE quarter of NW quar- 3 'p 11 6 itwonl taini t 1 '1tres.
THAT IS A ier. S quarter (ifEqate,- of NK IutC. N' iti w .Sifr (w if rse iE 32, SetifofSit'qr sec r3
I, lIP terl t SW quarter & NVW quarlt.r of tI: 'f t 1i v17 utainit'g 12i0 a( S.
Iluairer, See. i 31'1. 1 tS. R. 1.9 E, : hNr Ftt,-.E roW f(f NW ur i t'E t) i '
THE li 1tet11h1e tile flowing witnesses to q- Oit-EirafNE or se e 'p i 17,ul
'STYRON Fo C prove his conotius re ee iupon, aind ,'Erlltlini!.of SE t'.NEs.r
iultivatiton of, saud tland. viz: S hlft) Nt rIN itlhl NdE qf rof SE fr. ]NE fr
MADE OF i J. Mills, Emory Prie't. S. i", W' SW.n i SndE r ofNW r sec '1'p 17 It
Stephens, Lithon r'rst, ofHareo, Fhl 1 .onta.ing 200 acres.
S tepens, fN.IVr N Noi ltetuister. 4 hf of ne qr see 1, s hfof nw qr see 5 Tp
CEnf 8pi ETS 4,-. IN(l.lttislT. 17 It IOliontaillinlg ) ue acres.
CEDAR IC ETS NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. NT fofnet rsien nwo r-ofnw r ee :.
C AR LPnd eites a> G 1,,, Tp 17 It 17 eoitainitig 120 tcrcs.
AN Lnd Ohfice at Gainesille f .nero t 1.Ilie nei qr1 o my, nw qr of
Nov. 13.l sw 91. and nw tir see 4 Tp 17 1 17 contain-
ALANIZED WIRE Notie is her give the follow- init0 o I,, ac's.R
LASTS A LIFE.TIME. tention to make llinal proof in sliipiortot'fhi ing 40 aures. C('ontaining in iall 25,20 i-ce
S. laimn, tan that said iproo.f will ibe made oinre or less, togetlhr with all and sintlt-
ECONOMICAL, HARMLESS, ORNAMENTAL before .Jtldge, or in his absence, clerk eir- Iar the cenument'li; hireditfaients and al-
enit court at Bronson, Fla., on Jan. 14, p1rtennances thereto belongings, or in any-
FOR YARD, GARDEN OR FARM, 1V93, viz: wise aippertliining, said tainds belon*rinzi to
JAM ES WISE. of Juldson, Fla.. the estate of A. E. li(ldges, decelwed(, ialo
Wetafowirolrulsaanld.ttimates to of Levy county, Florida. and sold to ,ay
w rRd. 20190 for the W.- of N E quarter & IE- t'he in(dbltedness of said estate. Purchaser
if n B %W N quarter, Sc. ee.12l 11 S. 14 to fr' i titles
ff ir& I',, i the fllowing Veitlles0'e-A 1(1o.topayilttitles. .A
The Styr8ln Fence Go., 61 Re MIrs ." ", .ToAS.,
*l i hi 1 prove his continue nitdres!dle;< nupon. and ('Coiniihniler.
sOte55~.sSt.,soik, T.,mnd si5a It Shtil.,phtiit, ctltivation of, siid ltnd. vi:_ Above sale postponed to lirst Monda in
Wim. DIavi,. M. A. lolttein. Ezekiel December 1891. RIt. Y.1. 111( 'S;
TindallJ. W. i Sl, w, ot' .1lotis'ion. ll 0.'otniniis loioer.
o--Tf youswll menon thi pfel ALEX. LYNCH, Reigster. Above satl postponed to Miondlay, J,)tnl
Bctlivf.rmers,wewiUSmalnyoualhandsome NOTIClE Flt PUBLIC 'ION. lary 4, 1892. R Y. l. 'Pt .,
souvenir. _0 li F LIC/I Cortitoissioln1er.

S-Land Office at Gainesville F'la.j
Nov. Il. 1891. i
Notice is hereby given that the following
named s-ttler has tiled no ti'-e of his itien-
tionto make lial proof inl support of his
fall S TaB aB0711 ,aim, and that said piwiif will :e made
'IefIi rJ atiuige, hr1" 1inhis- tabsenco, clhirk eir-
Do I yMAS P 'BVyfL'.^ \t (oIl rt, a.It llOira t i Fon, IIa., on Jail. 1.,
WILLIAM M. IDAVIS, of Juldson,.
; :"'ti.,
lid. 1 .32 'or the NE quarter See. 2 T. 11 S.
Ite names the 1ollowilne witlnwsses to
B i prove hiH continuous rtiAhlenee upon and
It tIsaid l ahnt'1d i-z:
ja sWie. Mi. A. Ilolsi'in. Ezekiel

A- ALEX, LYNCH, IRtugiter.

E 1 th Nolche is hereby given that the followinll
Sm nuimnled settler las tiltd notice u-f his intenu-
t io to lwi ke final proof iln support of his
claini, nod lthiat said proof will he made be-
f. lre .1ldite. or iln his slisnce, cl'rk circuit
e .ort at BroloSU, 8Fla., on Jan. 9, 1892,
l :TYANT SMITH, of Brtonson, Fla..
lIfd 1655 1or theS NEl Sec. 24, T.'11 S. R.
1 E.
lHe na unes the filowinz wi:nle.son to
itrote Ii- eo-ili iithuus residence upon and
rultivntion of, saidhland, viz:
.l.I. t.landlin, s. P. 'Tuiner., W.P. Gci.
'er,. I Ftt la. i., and S. A. Hussey, ae
SiA ,EX. LYNCH, ite sister.

wants I WtlOy lmrsteias.
a d // rt ri olt e none at. ol
.mony.2 W., l gie. a.Y,
i nola s b" i t olxror-n itsir
isoed i1 4t5 uonInh ; l oms fingy inyta.Id. .1 nit a1
I rin0laitng, and 1 t. hla Is nppholf will lnt' b
-readh and oile. Iqoal In q lIty ts tboe" .14o.d th.
I0et for $4S.0 W0 1 a. both boys' ad girls* syles.
flf 9. w-nt..e wolit at ono. s
TL ErN EARI. CO, f 24i Dirbs n s., Chki.ae ill

Land (1)Oflie at G(ihilesv.ile, Fla"..

cuit court, at Blr0uison, Fl",, on l''b 10,
Noy. 2,, w..

tANDREWe F. er givenAOD, of Brothe soow

ig-. ln.ed s for the Er'h of Ed no Sc. 20 T. 12
tie Un toi tlke ihOal prow ill wi tnortes t
hisov lais ind tintt u:sh ii'roofnoe uponl and
(be. 1o orel, W. 'in his atseni. c r. Sihads.
J. it. Stewa ot B ronson. F, oil .Feb 10,
18A2,X. iYNCH, git.

H und ortice at oinesille, 20. 12a.
Sov. R,, i ,,
Notite ies ihe r fly iv u t vhat te flowing t
inama i sc t CI r t hlou its ip iic ol oi his in t nii-
clati, aid that said prll fil l lie ieino ltI l1-d
)0.ro1 ain s M lir o. ('lerk 1.'irunitI 'Court,
at vtrorson, i la., oln eb. 1Si92, viz:
W. K. WATSON, o fon.Judon, Fla.,
id. 2Land for twice Sat Sc. 25 T.ie 10 S. l .14
licie ames thel fiiowiven witnesses toi
prnamove iwttles hainutiloe risdice ( ion, and-
-litivao ton, o said li l. lvi viz
WV. I.rvis, '. oMller, .S. C. Light-
sey, J, W. 11ogu, l'. ofJ o. Fina.
ALEX. LYNCH, Register j

Land Office at iainwesille, lFla.;,
Nov. 7, 1891. 1
Notice is hereby given that the follow-
ing-nalmed settler ets tiled notice or'his in-
iitnir n toirae final proof illn Support ofl
his cla il. am that said iproo witl lie made
before Judgei ircuit court, or in his ab-
senii the th cirk, at Birosison, Fla., oil Jair.
8, V92, viz:
D)AVI1L. McGOWAN, of Jnudsoi>,
Fid. 170119 for the NF, See. 14 T. 11 S. R.
lie numeg tlo fellowin wvitnatieses to
prove his upOtiniow; residence upon, and
cultiv.ition of. aidt laiud, viz:
Ed. Ward, E. P. Horne. (C. W. MleElroy,
Moses Keen, of .liudmin, FHa.
ALEX.. lYN(:l, Register,
IX months from date I will present my
ltinal aleconils i nd vomchers asK adnmin-
istralti of the estate of Jacoh Smith, de-
ceasedh. late of .LeIvy county, to the iron,
Ien Friednian. County Jndge of Ljevy
collitv, .and ask to be dischatced ias suchll
administrator, 1). l'. NErWSOM,
Administrator de bonis nlon.
Bronson,IFla., Dec. 10. 181i.
Land Ofclee at Gaine.ville, Fla..)
Nov,28. ISMll.
Notice is herebly iv'n that the follow-
lun '-naued ettl.r 111as iltd no11tice of hlis illn-
tnttlon to maKe final proof int support iot
hits atim. and that rsat id roof wit I e made
belfore .Iuutep, or ti n ihtl aliyor., (Cli-rk (ir-
euit C"ourt at Broiins,), Fla., on tl)b. lo,
1802, viz:
JOliN 0, BECK. of tElzey, Fin..
lid. 105-It8 for the S'r ,If'SWV.4 and W 4 of
SE'K.4 e'. OT'I' 12. I{.15 E.
IHe nailes the following witnesses to
pri'ehii eontihnou resdeoice upon, and
cultivation of, said land. v1i-
S., A. F, .Shippard, S. A. Shoppard, .T. R.
Lip ne. of Ellzoy, and Silas Weeks, of Le'.
vyville, Fla.

Ot~i'~l01 ti ";M~oI A)

S IX months from date I wil present n'y
t hinal acounats iiud vouchers to tho
lion. Ben I'riediman, Co(uty Judge'tt of Levy
col unty. and ask to t,, lisi'luarg.t-t'ed sts te
executor of fit eOitate of harry Sa'i'a
Ward Evans, deceased,
Bronson, FIa., July 9, 1891. m11

OTICE is hereby given that ttle under.
t siinte'd hliave 'orml al a I innpally and
Associtiotin for thle tp1i'pse cf constrtlict-
ihi., nmaintaining ;umd o.trat;n" a railroad
flro som ni poit n lthe I:ollundary bht weni l
the States of teorgit and ilorihal, lietween

State of Florida. ipassitngl lhiroih the
oi.ountics of Jefl'ersoni, N3!di;Son, Taylor,I.. U,
Fayette. Levy. aelniit, Citrus, Muri;i,
Hlernando. I'so, and Iliils,:orough. This
no1tie is given with the intent to oitaill
clhurter of incriioroiatiol1 for saidi colmpaotl
linder the liamne If Anil(erielus aitilialm :i
ttilwiay Collii'lay, tf'ro1 the t aid State ot'
Florida, cteeordiidll to tilhe statute of iSid
State in sic h ese ldin a le d provided.
This October 12th, A. ).. 11111.
J.,J.1. w .iLOt. ,
1. N. tIIARl)AW \Y,
And Associates.

.Nuv. 7, 181l.
Notice is iretby given that thei tfllowing
-named settler has filed t notice (4 his inten-
tioli to wakie lInal proof il suppliort of his
clafi, and that said proof will Ie made be.
fore Judge. or in his absence, clerk Circuit
touril at Bronson, Fla., on Jan. 8, 1S92l ,
ville, Fla.,
ild. 201568 fr the N WY Seeo. 14 T. 12 S. R.
14 E.
Hle names the folivwinu witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon, and
cultivation of, Staid hind, vix:
.1, W. Hare, Aluos Ematniol, Samuel
Sims, WilliamL Iorn, of Le'vville. I1ra.
ALEX. LYNCH(, Itesister.

Nov. 1., 1891.
Notice is hereby given that the following-
named settler has filed notice of his inten-
tion to make tinta proof in support of his
elaim, and that said proof will be made be-
fore Judge, or in his absence, clerk circuit
eourt at Bronson, Fla., on Jan. 14, 1892,
Al'NER McINTYRE, of Levyyille
lid, 15218 for the E,% of NE quarter Sec. 30
'T'. II S. It. 14 F.
lie names the following witnesses to
proie his continuous residence upon anl
cultivatSion oif said land, vix:
Sauliel elWhie, Levi Sandorison, Richarr
Wilder, Lee G otiild, of Levyville, Fla,
ALEX. LYNCH, Register,

Land Office at Gainesvill', 1Fla.,)
Nov. 2$, 11891.
Notice i1 S r'eby given that lthe follow-
inht-named eiittler Ihs filid notice of his in-
tention to make tinal proof' in support It"
his claim. and that suld prooI f will lie umado
before ,iudgle Circuit C6iurt, or in lhs al,.
sence the clerk, iat Ir'onsou, Fla., on lFe)b.
10, 1502. viz:
SIMON A. F. SHEPPARD, of Ellzov,
ld. 1522'), for the N halt of NW quarter,
SW carterer of NW quarter & NW qu irter
of SW quarter Sec. itS T. 12 S. R. 14 E.
lie names he followilig witness' to
prove his continuous residence upol, a1111
cultivation of, said land. viz:
Silas Weeks, J, C Beck. Jr.. M. M.
Beuk, of Levyville, and Jamios Y, Collier,
of Ellacy, lfla.
ALEX, LYNCH, Iegis't-r.

In County Judgo's Court, Levy County,
W HEREAS, N, R, C rter, aiidnitlstra-
tor nof the estate of Ira J. Carter, rp'e-
ceaetl, late of Levy county, having ite'l
In tlie otlee of the Coult .hJudge of sait
county it written si, g.e ,ion ol t51e iilso!-
v.nev of said estate, notice is hereby given
to ali persons having eliims l against sai(i
estate of any nature wtti stiever, to tile thei
same duly authentlcated, in the ('l-lie of
thle County.ludge of said county onl or Do-
for-A the first Monday in June, A. D, 18S2,
the samee being the 61h day thiereoi', at,
which till)(e thiore will 1,e a pro rata pany
meant to tredlitm-s entitled thereto, and thie
adlmiistraItorr di-hliartigel.
'Ihis I (1i.uty oif Dec. A. 1), 1891.
fN l'Iill':IlMAX,> County Jikd;o.

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in the South, died at Dallas, La.
The new tarifl bill introduced in tlhe
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ly protectionist in character.
The Portsea Island l(uildiii; Society, of
London, has suspended. Tho estimated
securities held by tle society amount inr
value to 700.00(o.
The Russian minister of war has stumn
mnoned all thie chiefs o' liO general staff'
to attend council to iake a ncv dis-
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The amount of silver il'rered for sale
to the treasury department Tueiday was
720.000 ounces, and the amount, pur-
chased 250,000 ounces at. 95 cents.
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rived ill New York from Southi Ameica,
reports that on November fltlth O. II.
Nelson, quartermaster, died of yellow
fever and was buried lat sea.
The steamer Herbert, of ( Chattanooga,
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A Builder Receives One Injection in
Hot Springs and Then Dies.
NEWPORT, ARK., [Special.]-The sud-
den death of a citizen of this place last
Saturday at Hot Springs will probably
bring the Keely cure for drunkenness
into court.
The man was H. I. Johnson, a contract-
or and builder. He had been addicted
strongly to drink, but broke off two
years ago, and had not tasted any whis-
key until about four weeks ago,
hIe was drunk for days and last Friday
lie was taken by his wife and friends to
Hot, Springs to the Keely Institute.
They stepped inside and were' met by
two men. One was addressed as Dr.
Huntington and the other as Dr. Steph-
ens. Jtl.hnson's friend explained the vis-
it to the springs, and the doctor propos-
ed to begin work at once. Johnson said
to him: "If you care mie I will give you
The doctor had no doubt as to a cure.
lie would allow Johnson to drink whis-
key dutil he got tired of it and in the
course of the conversation a glass of
whiskey was given to Johnson which he
drank. Dr. Stephens then injected
something in his arm. The patient was
taken into a room and put on a bed. In
a few minutes 'he turned to his friend
who sat, near him, and said:
"I feel that all of my exterior is con-
tracting. Is that the way a fellow feels
when lie is dying?"' Being told that it was
not, he turned his face awny and was soon
asleep., His friend left him and went
first to the Post Office and then to the
hotel for dinner. in a few inx minutes word
was brought to him that Johnson was
A coroner's jury was summoned, a
post mortemn held, and a verdict rendered
that Johnson died of lung congestion.
'I his verdict is not satisfactory, as it is
known that Johnson never was affected
with lung trouble. The case will prob-
ably go to the courts.

She Will Deluge Washington With
Beer to Get the- Demo-
cratic Convention.
MILWAUKEE, WjS., [Special.]--A
hundred citizens signed their names to a
guarantee fund of $100,000 to pay the
expenses of thie Democratic National
Convention, should it be secured for
Milwaukee. A booming committee has
been selected and hotel quarters secured
in Washington. Milwaukee will make a
big effort to secure the prize, and the
representatives, who arc to present the
figures to the National Committee at its
meeting next month, will go to Wash-
ington in style.
Fach member of the committee of one
hundred will wear a dark suit with cream-
colored trimmings, and one of the big
'breweries will send ia car lo.d of beer to
the capital for free distribution. An
architect who examined lhe Exposition
building reported that there would be a
seating capacity of 22.000, with standing
room for 5,000, and 48 delegation rooms.
Twenty thousand dollars will be spent in
refitting the building.

Vermont's Ex-Senator Has Charge of
Davidson's Case in the
U. S. Senate.
A..Ni S C., [Special.]--Ex-United
si ,it,_u. in,.' Edmunds, of Vermont, is
at Aiken for his health, and has been
here for some time.
For thle past few weeks he has been
busily engaged in studying the case of
Mr. Davidson, of Florida, who is con-
testing Senator Call's seat in the United
State's Senate.
Senator Edmunds has been retained by
Mr. Davidson; and it is said he will do
his utmost to convince the Senate that
Call should be unseated for Davidson,
who Edmunds believes is entitled to the
Senator Edmunds positively refuses to
go into the merits of the case or to say
anything about it, and expressed great
surprise that it had been ascertained that
he had been retained as as council for
He has been in conference with Mr.
Davidson, but all that has been said has
been private and confidential, und he will
not reveal the nature of what has trans-
pired between them.
Surgeons inPittsburg,Penn.,are trying
to make new eyelids for an unfortunate
man whose natural and .proper eyelids
were burned off.


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Scrofula or Kings Evil is the most stubborn of all Skin af.
fections, Whether inherited or otherwise, it is a blood disease
and cannot be permanently cured by anything but S. S. S.

My Mother was sorely afflicted with Sicrofula for three years and a half;
during that time the glands on her n< ek burrt open in five places. Thiee of the
openings were small and healed right up, but the other two would fill up and
break open anew, about evv,ry[tw ) weeks always causing severe pain and often
prostration. She-was so reduced .'i r n tli, that tonics and coca wines hadto
be generously used to keep hri ;i0 o S'e co un:e:;ced taking S. S. S., and
improved from the start, the fir-I b.iilae gar;,e her an appetite and by the time
she finished the fourth bottle I e ne k h'aled up, she is now entirely well.
M ius. E. J. ROWELL, Mcdford, Mass.

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Field's Scapegrace Son Arrested.
NEW YORK CITY, [Special. -Edward
M. Field, son of Cyrus W. Field, and
partner in the bankrupt brokerage lirmin
of Field, Lindley, Weichers & Co. on
Broadway, was arrested by central office
detectives on an indict meant charging
him with grand larceny in the first de-
gree. He was locked up at police head-
A Clhicagi., man intends to start an
elephant farm in Southern California.
Deafnes Can't be Cured
By local applications, as they cannot reach the
diseased portion of the ear. There is only one
way to cure deafness, and that is by constitu-
tional remedies. Deafness is caused by an in-
flamed condition of the mucous lining of. the
Eustachian Tube. When this tube gets in-
flamed you have a rumbling-sound or imper-
fect hearing, and when it is entirely closed,
deafness is the result, and unless the inflam-
mation can b3 taken out and this tube re-
stored to its normal condition, hearing will be
destroyed forever; nine cases out of ten are
caused by catarrh, which is nothing but an in-
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We will give One Hundred Dollars for any
case of deafness (caused by catarrh) that we
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HORSE flesh in Germany is now nearly a
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Thlie Onir One Ever Printed.
These Is a 3 inch display advertisement in
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Bnown'S Iron Bitters cures Dyspepsia,Mala-
ria, Biliousness and General Debility. Gives
Strength, aids Digestion, tones the nerves-
creates appetite. The best tonic for Nursing
Mothers, weak women and children.
COUNTERFEIT Swedish money is made In
'this country.
FITS stopped free by DR. KLINE'S GREAT
NEBRV REsTOBR. No fits after first day s
use. Marvelous cures. Trs. Treate and $2 trial
bottle free. Dr. Kline. 931 ArchSt., Phila.,Pa
CO-OPERATIVa Alliance stores are to be
established in every county in Kansas.
DR. SWAN'S PASTILES Cure female eaknesaes;
his T-Tablets cure chronic constipation. Sam-
ples free. Dr. Swan, Eeaver Dam, Wis.
STHE man-of-war Tallapoosa has been con-
If afflicted with sore eyes use Dr. Isaac Thomp-
son's Eye-water.Drugglsts sell at 25c. per bottle

"There's something behind it"
That's what you think, perhaps,
when you read that the proprietors
of Dr. Sage's Catarrh.Remedy offer
$500 roewrd for an incurable case
of Catarrh. Rather unusual,' you
think, to find the makers of a medi-
cine trying to prove that they be-'
lieve in it. "There must be some-
thing back of it!"
But it's a plain, square offer, made
in good faith. The only thing that's
back of it is the Remedy. It cures
Catarrh in the Head. To its mild,
soothing, cleansing and healing
properties, the worst, cases yield,
no matter how bad or of how long
standing. It has a record that
goes back for 25 years, It doesn't
simply relieve it perfectly and
permanently cures. With a Rem-
edy like this, the proprietors can
make such an offer and mean it.
1 To be sure there's risk in it, but
it's so very small that they are
willing to take it.
You've "never heard of anything
like this offer ?" True enough.
But then you've never heard of
anything like Dr. Sage's Remedy.


'ii4c'hrin g fromi

A particle is applied Into each nostril and Is agree-
able. Price 50 cents at Druggists or by mall.
ELY BROTHERS, 56 Warren Street, New-York.
A Morphine Habit Cured In 10
io 2o da. Nopay till cured.
P al MDR. J.STEPHENS, Lebanon.Ohio.

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rio(hodistchurlchlRev. IV., S. lich-
ardsop, pastor. Preacliug itlie first
Sauhday ia each nouth, at 11 a. i.
aul 7 Ip. it.
Sabhbath school every Sunday at 3
). lit I)r. J. AL Jackson, Sr., super--
Sint I eidenl t.
Baptist elhurch-l-v- loht. Keith,
pastor. Preaching tlie third Sun-
day in each miontItl at 10:30 a. im. and
7 p. ill.
Salbath 5slool every Sunday -at
9:30 a. nll.; 0. J. Farmer, Supt.
Evangelical church--Dr. S. Bean,
pastor, "preches every second an(d
fourth Sun day in every inonitl, at 11
a.um. and 7 p. in.
Sabbath school every Sunday at 10
a. in.; Dr. S. Bean, superintendent.

Secret Societies.
Bronson Lodge No. 7, F. & A. M..
holds its reoguil ('onil in u'Itliolls on
iling brothers invited to attenO.
C. A. IlANSON, Sec.

December. 24.
Christmas Eve.
A merry, merry Christmas to all.
Friday was the dampest day seen
in a long time.
Mrs, S. M. Smith returned to White
Sp6 ings Friday.
Mr. W. IT. Whitehead is expected
h,imin on a visit this week.
Mrs. 0. J. Farmer and. baby are
spending thie week in Staike.
Attend the 11 o'clock service at the
Methodist church to-morrow.
The grand masquerade ball comes
offat Judson Monday night next.
Miss Leila Shands came honfe Sat-
-rday to spend the holidays with her
FOR SA.E CnEAP.-Good iUpriffhit
piatno; new. Enqtliireof 'Mrs. A, S.
Owens, Jadson, Flna.
Will Denham, an attache of the
Jacksonville Standard, came home to
:-pend Xmnas with bis father.
Miss Annie Lummrs, attending the
M,-thodist college at Leesburg, came
home last week to spend vacation.
The newly elected officers of Bron-
son ILodge No.7,F. & A.M. will be
installed next Saturday afternoon.
Ths being Christmas week we pub,
li.h time. paper otie day earlier than
u.uali, in order to take in the festivities.
Mrs. T. W. Shatnls, Miss Ethel
Barco and Dr. J. M. Jackson, jr., went
io Gainesville Monday on a shopping

Surer foundation cannot be laid
-han the real merit which is the solid
base fo'r the monumental success of
Hood's Sarsaparilla.
.T. II. Owens, tlhe pldotograplier. has
moved his tent to Brolisoi. and is now
prept;ared to lake pictures ill any style
or size. Call oni hinm.
Yearty & Coarser. Otter Creek,
have juit received a fine line ot new
furniture, which they are selling very
cheap. Furnish your house now, for
they can suit you. 3t
Rev. Robt. Keith preached his fare-
well serrmon at the Baptist church
Sunday night. He has served his lit-
tie flock faithfully and well, aud the
people part with him with regret.
Col. W. R. Coulter had another at-
tack last week, and has been seriously
ill, but we are pleased to state that
his condition was considered soomewhat
improved when we went to press.
The school board will meet on Mon-
day, the 4th of Janual y, instead ot oil
its reanlar IdaV-T'uesday. This is in
or0cr to let all atlend Ilhe State Teach-
e'rs' 'Association at Jacksonvillo oni
Tuesday the 5thi.
Mr. J. M. Hale, of hiarco, was in
town. Monday. le says the statement
made In a former issue relative to his
having purchased Thos. Pedrick's
place was a little premature, as the
trade has been declitred off.
With the Christmas tree at the
Methodist church to-night, Jacob's
ladder at the Evangelical church ant
tthe entertainment to be given to the
children and members of tlme Baptist
Sunday school to-morrow night, evw
erybody ought to have a merry Christ-
Dr. T. S. Wharton, from Virginia,
r preached a powerful sermon at the
BIptist church on Wednesday night
of last week, Ite is an able preacher
and a good man, and could no doubt
accomplish much good here if this
church could induce him to accept a
Hon. G. D. Tillhman, member ot
congress from South Carolina, was in
town Monday and made a pleasant
callat the T.sD. office. Col. Tilhlman
has interests in this county, and while
lie claims to be a "crank" on the sub'
ji:ct of grasses, he is a fluent and inter-
-sting talker.

lie is a very narrow minded and
selfuh man who will order his paper
discontinued because hedoes not agree
with the editor on the sub-treasury
people's party, etc.: but superiatively
men'an 1d unknown to honor is the
maw, who will read a paper he has nol
mtnd does not intend to pay for.
We yvere shown a letter written to
* 8nta Cla'is by little Jennie, the 7
year old daughter of Col. and Mrs
V. R. White. She enumerated al
the presents she wanted him to bring
stating t-at she was very anxious foi
then now, as she might be dead by
next Christmas. Bless the little heart
SBata C'aus will not disappoint her.

-:end here sends as a Christmas Teachers' Institute.
.seit a year's subscription of the Levy county Teachers' Institute
ItiEsI)DEfMOCRAT to West Hartles met in the Academy at Bronson, at
pool, Eugland. This is a present that m cn A y m ornin, De
will be appreciated, and we wish this- 10:30 o'clock Saturday morning, Dec.
new subscriber across the water a mer- 12, Mr. Williams in the chair. The
ry Xmas. exercises were opened by the sweet
song, "Beautiful Bells," led by Miss
One day last week we accompanied Pearson, after which Miss Lowery was
Mr.Geo. S. Luce on a visit to the appointed secretary pro tern. in the
phosphate minnes near town belonging absence ot the secretary.
to Mr. Malcolm Sinclair. We fund "How to teach history" was ably il-
Mr. H. 8, Sutton in charge of a gang lustrated by Mrs. Fields.
of mnen who were busy digging and "How to obtain the best results in
hauling rock fr'om the mine up to the teaching primaries to read" was
cars, where about twelve tons were uniquely shown by Miss Pearson, with
already loaded. 'I here are several blackboard illustrations.
mines inl the vicinity, but the one vis- At the close of her tulk thie meeting
ited covers more than a half acre and was thrown open for a general discus,
is about twenty feet in depth. Many son reading. Mrs. Fields sugges-
tons of the highest grade phosphates, ted concert reading as a cure and pre-
both hard and soft, are taken there, ventive of monotonous reading, and
from daily, and Mr. Sinclair certainly the suggestion was gladly received.
has a "gold" mine. Mr. Luce was Miss Cain read a well written paper
collecting specineus to compare with on "How to teach geography in all
the rock tound on his lhinds, as he grades."
thinks lie has something good. At the suggestion of Supt. Philips,
only one' session was given to the
Reply to "G." About "Fellowship." work, as several teachers we absent
Bro. "G.," you haye been misin- from sickness.
formed. This is what I said, that Pe Tie following officers were elected
in speakinof the members of die for next month: Mr. Harris, presi,
ter, in speaking of the members of de church in tlme city of Jerusalem, says, Loweryv, secretary.
"they continued steadfastly in the Just here Supt. Philips gave an
apostles' doctrine, and in fellowship earnest talk on general school work.
and in prayers;" and I said as long as He is a man of push and energy, and
Christians continue in the apostles' the school interests will certatuly
doctrine they would fellowship each prosper in his hands.
other, and when they cease to be gov- One day, time not yet decided upon,
earned by the apostles' doctrine, then will be devoted to a Teachers' Expo-
they will refuse to fellowship each sition. Every teacher is urged to give
other. J. II. HOLBROOK. his school the best exhibit possible.
Mrs. Fields, Miss Ice and Miss Pear-
For pain in lIe stoimachl, colic and son were appointed a committee to re-
cholera imorbus there is nothing bet- port what exhibits should be made,
ter than Chalnberlain's Colic, Cholera and the best method for presenting
and Diarrhmea Remedy. For sale by them.
J. M. Jackson & Son, Bronson ; and Miss DeBruhl, Miss Cain and Miss
W. C. Andrews, Archer. Lowery were appointed to arrange a
program for the next meeting, which
TAX NOTICE. will be held January 23, 1892. 'lhe
We will make a round for Collect- program nce isas fllot chers'institutes"
ing and assessiin-m taxes as follows : -Mrs. M. E. Fields.
Bronson. Miondaiy, Jan. 4th, 1892. "oHow to teach arithmetic in all
.indson. Wednesday, Jan ftIh. eradeb"-Miss Madge D. Ice.
Elizev. Friday, Jan 81h. Song-Miss Sallic Lowery.
Shell .Pomll, Monday, Jan. 11th. "How to teach grammar in all
Williston. Tuesday, "Jan. 121h. grades"-J. R. Pottle.
Staffords 'Pond, Wednlesay, Jan. 13th. Recitation-Miss M. L. Beardon.
Four Mile Po'nd, Thlursday. Jan. 14-th. Music-Miss Cain.
Black Dirt, Friday, 'Jan 15th. Respectfully submitted,
Gulf IHuniiaock, Satinrdav. Jan 16th. SALLIE LowEtY, Sec. pro tern,
Cedar Key. Tuesday and Wednesdtay,
Jani, 2tllh and 27tii.
Rosewood, Thiursdaiy, Jan. 28th. Cedar Key Items.
You are earnestly requestedd to meet Correspondence Times-Democrat.
us at lthe various precincts. Reumemi- Cedar Key's public school now has
her that under the new law, execun-
tions must be issued for all unpaid sixty-nine pupils, and the average at
taxes on personal property, and all tendance is good. But push and en
aidss not. paidl on will go into theays secures desired results.
possession olr thle State oin Maurch i rgy hays secures desired results.
IV. 1. ANDIFhi SOX, Collector. One of the chief attractions of the
Tiuos. ,J. PtsvArTr, Assessor. town is the Lytton Literary and So,.
cial Circle, which held its first regu-
ESTRAY NOTICE. lar meeting on last Friday evening, at.
I n t a the residence of Dr. Walker. Hle and
I haye taken up and have t the his excellent lady are always in sym-
DePass place, one cream colored mare, pathy with every im-ovemIent that tundb
blaze face, black mane and tail; one to tie advancement of the town,
cream colh-red horse, black mane andil
tail. Both branded with Spanish Rev. Mr. Smith preached his fare-
brands. Owner can have by paying well sermon to a large congregation
for this notice and expense of keeping Sunday night. In the past five years
C. A. GuEss, Archer, Fa. he lhas endeared himself to the enItire
Dec. 17, 4t. community, and they give hinm up
with regret.
A Case in Point. There is a young lady in Cedar
Editor Tiltes-Demnocrat. Key who, during her short stav, has
I haye often heard the expression, already become the centre of a large
"There is none honest, no, not one," and admiring circle of acquaintances.
used with reference to our "brother in By her sweet and amiable disposition,
black," and Saturday I witnessed a and beauty of person, she endears
direct contradiction to this. herself to all with whom she corn-s it
Saturday morning when we passed contact. Need I add that this fortu-
through Rosewood, on our way to nate young lady is Miss Pearl Fields,
Bronson to attend the institute, a little of GainesyUle, Ga.? RIlroTER.
negro boarded the train with a basket
of oranges to sell, at one cent apiece. A son of Mr. M. I). Pusser, a mner-
1 asked for five, but finding I had no chant of Gibraltar, N. C., was so bad-
smaller change than ten cents, (.the Iy afilicied with rheuniatism for a
train was moving and I wanted mny year or iore, as to be unable to work
oranges,) I gaye the .boy a dime and or go to s,.liool. His father concluded
told him to bring me live more as I to try Chamlberlain's Pain Bnlm oil the
passed through that night, never ex" bov. It soon cured him and lie has
pecting to see him again. But as the snce walked one and a half miles to
train stopped there on our return, the s e al back everi si ool da 50
honest little darkey came in and de school btk evey sool day. 50
posited five fine oranges on the seat by cent bottles for sale by *J. M. Jickson
me. I was so highly delighted and & Son, Bronson ; and W'. C. Andrews,
e,,'nrisOe tha.T I akedol him his name.. Archler.

and he told me it was Willie Moore.
if Willie's white friends should see
this I hope they will commend the
little darkey, for a word of praise, even
to a negro, is not without its reward.

Toledo Weekly Blade Free.
The proprietors of' the Toledo Blade,
the best known political weekly ofthe
United States, are making prelpara,
tions to create a sensation this winter
by sending a million specimen copies
to as many readers in all parts of the
United States. who do 'ot now, take
that paper. To that end they invite
everybody to send the addresses of as
many people as they .care to, by Po.s
tal card or letter. Send one name,
ten, twenty, one hundred or a thous-
and. As many as you have time to
write, only take care to send correct
addresses of people that you know apl,
preciate good reading. It will cost
but a little trouble, and the thousands
who receive sample copies will feel
t grateful. Send all the names and ad-
dresses you please to The Blade, Toie'
- do, Ohio,

Bound to IIace It.
I mu1t-and will have it, exc!aiimed
the little man and lie dashed the pa-
r per to the floor, jumped from his chair
and brought his clinched hlind down
on thetable vigotousli,. :- '1 ; .
his brow and adjushtn.: .. .
seated himself, s-izeid :: -
t -a nervous, excitable. ll;,dd it! ,'
M. Ferry & Co., S.-s.in), >e: .'.,
Micl., G ntlemnen; LR-fi rring to yiur-
) advertisement ini the LEvY Timl:'
7 DEMOCRAT, I notice thatY y1 s.y that
. your Seed Anuual fior 1892 is free to
I all applicants. As I buy considerable
, quantities of vegetable and flower seeds
r each spring, I would esteem it a favor
y if you would mail ime your Catalogue.
; My neighbors say it is the best Very
truly yours, I. iclhald Li,e.

Parties Wanting to Pu rchas'e
The Best Automatic Grazing Muz-
zle, can be supplied at thie Aliiance
Store at Bronson, Fla., by applying
to Mr. Cox, manager, at prices within
the reach of all. With this muzzle on
your horse or cow can be turned into
your orchards andl groves, and while
they can eat time grass anud wee(-ds on
the ground as well as if they had oni
no muzzle, they cannot bite or injured
the trees. For weaning calves aind
colts it is a grand thing. ('all and
see them and buy tblem, and let your
stock have thlie benefit of the grass and
other grazing that usually go to waste
and save five times the cost in one sea-
The best secured debt is that which
has manhood, principle and integrity
back of it.
There is noru Catarrh imn this sec-
tion of the counitrl'y than all other di-
seases put together, and until tihe last
few years was supposed to be incur-
able. For a great mitny years doctors
rlloillniicd it a lo.nl disease, and prc-
st rilld local relied ics, andl by con,
sliantly failing to curel wiIth local trceat-
iienti, I'ronoiin ci'ed it inncurable. Scien-
ce has roveli lcantaril I to be a consti
tiutiomt'l disense, lila I I ihrefore requil'-
es t".hMitultioia! I reatl iiic t. Hall's
('atntrii Cure, iiinatmf:etlured by F. J.
Chlelilny & Co., Toledo, Olhi,, is tilhe
onliy cointilutioniol. ket. It is laken internally ill doses
ftroUi 10 d(rom)s to a teaspoolltull. It acts
direct Ilyv upon the blood andi nmucous
umirl'ucessof tihe system. 'liey offer
one hundred dollars for any case it
fails to cure. Send for circulars and
testimonials. Address,
F. J. CIIENEY, & Co., Toledo, 0.
JW"Sold by Druggists, 75c.

is a eomplaintso common llat compare.
tively few people are eelt rely free l'roi it,
so insidious thatit 1',lis iit 11 irm hold aillnost
bel'ore its victiins all' awarit ofits presence,
so dangerous as to seriously tlirealten tli
general health, and liable to develop into
bronchitis or
It is ii mistake to consider Cat:arrh merely
a local trouble. It is u llquestionlbly la di-
sease ot tile blond. and thlier"obr the right
1ay to cure Catarrh is m ti rllmlOve t'rol tihe
blood the Inmpuritie.s wvihich elcaus nl f ced
it. This iy to lie dole by inl:in, Hood's
Sarsa patrilli, the great blhod ,.. whieh
effeetuiilly expels all traced ot poison and
germis of' disease.
"I havee been troubled for years with


and have never received the least benefit
t'lroi lthie inlV so-called calarlIrh cures. ()'
late 1 have i]e'ib n taking Htool's Snn'saparil-
In and ain l honestly siy t 1hatla ni erainly
imiprovedl. [ know lho'od's Slarsaiparila i
"le ia 'lood inediciiie." IL. k CUon0 Ath-
ol, .Mass.
Ctuffled-up Feeinrg.
"Foryveairs I have been troubled with
that terrible disareeabtle disease, Catarrh.
I took lhood's6arsaparilal with thie very
behost results. It cured ime orf that continluil
dropping in my throat, and stutifed-up feel-
ingl." .'s. t? 1. > E.-iT'rlllult alsl,C Conn.
Is the best blood purifier, the best nerve
helper, tile best strefith builder. Try it.
11001'S tlILS-lFor the liver and l;ow-
els, net easily, promptly, elliciently,. Price
,-,c. Vv,

t. S*' .

"ow a. nervons attola hung oin I ltmie a duse
f lasteEor. Keuiig'a Norve T'omic and feat rc-
liei ed. "1 thil a gr.at deal of it, ad.. otj
r&lhr ibe withoutLres-d LhaniWLhout the Ic'-ie.

WL-TI,-, TP.X, Oct. 11, lil..
About I years a:o Iy I, h'i-tl ihe Elrs.t at.
aeck of epil.jiL diznites, abd suddiic Uiness.
s'ive different doctors dirl hci no goo; 01o the
contrary, his oaee grw worso, aid the aett clif.e
st)cile wUnO trequrniistan everea until he oven
i1lO s t 4 ro atilala daly. Afltr taking 3 bottle
of l'pstor Kouig's fVervo Toiic the ettueleli
uirly ceased. HUEilN, R.,Y P 1; ri
-A- Vala5 Pbooh P o n ?l -rvone
ot yDisos sint frha to anyaddrat,
F e a fd poor iatts can a5lo obtain
FREP .-Is tioe edico yt0ro of lharga.
This reaelv hase been pirepared by the Reverend
Paor Koenig. of 'ort weane, sud., eilnce IS'. and
ise owperepated derhis die ictiou by n h t
KOEn hiC A e rCO., Chicago, EU.
Sold by Drulgists at I3l pAr aBotte. bflr6.O
Larso Size. 0S1.15. 6 Bottles fc8 ah0.
Ii Jack-sonville, ii., by A. P. Fries
& CoK... 19 E. ". S 't.
ST- aibES "g r lives Instant
M liead o! f and is an infuiliblo
Ss ti Necire for oi'il lrice $1r y
Drugn ma1istserrn. dunles
fre. ddVreseNAitlfEft,"
i rI S "dyha Box 24ili, New York City.

The Wholesale and Retail ner-
chants. We bui for cash and
can afford to sell cheap. Onr
goods are the best and our prices
the lowest. We have the largest
stock of Dry Goods, Groceries,
Hardware, Etc., ever brought to
JJronson, and must sell. If you
,want to be convinced call on

Spperson, Lummus & Co.

We can make it to your interest
to trade with us. We are roincg
to please our customers by selling
them what they 'want at astonish-
ingly lcw 'prtces. Bear this Jact
in itind. Come to us for youi"r
orange 't,. ,

We BUY for CASH and BUY to SELL!
Ti7 Y



l have just enlarged mny store building to make room"i for'ny
large new stock of dry goods and groceries, and
am prepared to sell very low. In fact, I
will not be undersold. "Honest
weights and low pri-
ces" is nmy

Mats, Caps, Boots, Shoes, 1ry Ge0ods,NOtions.

I am agent /,' the "Gossypiunm Phospho," and "Sea Fowl"
,G ',.', and can sell you a "Tenressee Gem" or"
'Florence" wagon at factory piprices.
I can sell you anything
you want at your
o0 .)" price.
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JEB.C 4%A SO "A Y q.S w






MIRS. Ji. J. TEIILL, Prop.,
Bronson, Fla.

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S ae aland Fancy 0cerie s,






Produce received and Sold on Consignment. Give me a call.


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We k'een a jresh and well selected stock of Dry
Goods, Clothing, 11ats, Shoes, Furniture,
and everything usually tbund in a
first class store. ] Ve pay
the highest cash
2>rice for
Count '? Produce, and invite -your patronage. We
will please you wivth, good goods, 1ow prices,
and fair dealings. We will sell
cheaper than you can buy






' Furniture Emnporiuim. >


'rP oEessioms al CrEC-Ls
J. CAIJIO. E. 1". CACLSO00t.


- FLA,

B EST Material, Best work guaranteed,
GOl) FILLING a specialty. All
work promptly attended to. Corsrespon-
dcene solicited. decll ly,



Prompt and careful attention given.
to business, ly

WVIIa give all BILLS for collection
sent me, special attentioL.
&o aopp-'o--ecL-
Solicitor in Chancery. '

Practice in all courts, office in TIMEs-
DEMOCRAT building.

YE S ;. M 1

Keeps on hand a general assortment
of Ladies', Misses' and Childrens
ETC.-. "
of the latest styles. Also a11l luin
')f MILLINERY (ponL._

Livry Stabl
uii i | lumo



Horses and buggies by the hour,
day or week. Phosphate prospectors
can be accommodated.
jc2591-ly Proprietor.
Den1ham & Glisson,

Blacksmiths, G innsmiths

Are prepared to do any1and al, kinds
Such as Repairing BUGGIES "WAGON
Plows, Etc., at short notice.
gw"Wagon makin',fa specially.

Eberhard Faber's
--- Ce a.. Br aod--.

All persons not authorized are cautioned
against handling c(dar brauded as abole.
Address all communications and offers
ol cedar to
i45 & 647 Pear] street,
.New York.

Geo. S. Hacker & Son,

Charleston, S. C.,


Boors, Sashi, Blinds,
Soud list for iprices, 111m '191 -iT



for Lawns, Gardenfat anoheSsqad 1Railroud
PIiCES ltUDCFDl Sold b~y deitlers. ?F ItiJi' PAID.
N-e0beaN~le99; ,L'Xtra j Pv etvs~

4~2I F7 ~"'I!~ 9 ~ar-idWh:,1nyrI-jtS
~~~~~~% iL~ ~~~- Tlet' o a-.

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The Wonderful Gure For

Certificate of M. H. BLANDFORD,
Associate Justice of Supree.o Court oIf a.
I have l)ecn a great sufferer for a number of
ears from lndlI-etlon and dheiimatsin,and
ave lff3credi from a general It ttlng down of
the system for a long whllo. I mbae t"ken a
few bottles of your medicine (Wooldridge's
Wonderful Cure) with )narvelous resuilts, and
cheerfully recommend it to all who are sutfler-
Ing from these complaints.
lAY 15,1 w. X. H. BLANDFORD.



for hysteria, dizziness, con-
vulslons, nervousa neuralgia,
headache, nervous prostra-
tion, caused by alcohol or
1 R 0 ,tobacco,wakefulness, nerv-
o is mtwitchinga, mental de-
Spression, Insanity, prcna-
turc old age, misery, decay
aud death. Itl a ure cur0 for
POWER in either sex,
caused by ovcr-se=rtton,
indulgence or self-abuse.
HOOD and thus build up
the vigor of the coniti-
Sn tution and give that
elasticity of action so
In in c I d admired in
a sovereign remedy. i 1E c GAKIrANTEi
WiX boxes to build IIp and cure the worst cases
of broken down men and women. This is a
remedy used for years with marvelous success
by an e:ineinont ihya disappoint you. PriWe, by mai, pre-paid, 1
per box, orsix boxes for 85. With six boxes
we send our written gueranta(dto refund the
money if the Specific does notbffret a cur. It
builds up and makes MEN MANLY andWOSMEN
WOMIANLY. BrSend stamp for circulars, &c.
Sole Agents, JACOBS PHARMA&Y CO. Atlanta,O Gn,
P.0.Box 35. It FKREXCES: Capital yCit Bank,
Atlanta Constitution, Commercial Agencies.


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