The Levy times-Democrat

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The Levy times-Democrat
Portion of title:
Levy times Democrat
Alternate Title:
Alternate title:
Williston sun Levy times Democrat
Portion of title:
Williston sun
Place of Publication:
Bronson Fla
Democrat Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
November 12, 1891


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Newspapers -- Bronson (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Levy County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Levy -- Bronson
29.448889 x -82.636389 ( Place of Publication )


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Ceased in 1927?
General Note:
Oliver J. Farmer, editor.
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Description based on: Vol. 8, no. 49 (Nov. 13, 1890).
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VOL. IX. NO 49.'

The Tim~es-flemocrat.

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President-C. W. McElroy, Judson.
Sec.-retarv-.T. Cox, Bronson.
: su.i-ALLiA .cr.s. .
Bronson-D. U. Mai'stellar, presi-
dent; J. M. Bhrco, secretary.
Bliteh-W. H 11f. Blitch. president;
N. B. Plummner, secretary.
Cow Pen Seat--C: D. Craig, pres.
Ellzey-C. I). Parkenson, press ;
Isham Thornton, sec.
Iron Sink-Louis Appel, pres.; J.
h. Barrow, sec.
Johnson-WV. 11. Stepkeus, pres.;
L. E. Johnson, see.
Liberty-J. L. but ry,' press ; Win.
Watts, see.
Orange Hill-lion. .N. A. Blitch,
pres.; Geo. W. Willis, see.
Piie Level-J. T. Allen, p-res.; J.
W. i)turrence, s'e, "
Riverside-J. ~M. Love, pres.; G.
W. Fletchi.r, ee.I
Rocky Haninock-S. H. Worthing-
tofi, plres.; W. G. Hudson, sec.
Privilege-Jos, Plmininier pres.; L.
Bryans, c.
Shell Pond-
Uanion-Tsaac H. Swindal, press,
C. C. Swindal, sec. ,
Wazy Key-John B. Smith, pres,;
J. II. Davies, see.

4 Proeiable Crop.
We cannot to9 strongly. urge tipon
the farmers of this county the inmporm
tance of engaging in the industry of
.growing tobacci-o. The successful pro.
duction of tobacco in Florida is be.
yond- dispute. It is no experiment.
The climate and-the soil are perhaps
better adapted to the culture of tobac-
co than that of any other state in the
Union. The Winston (N.. C.) Tobac-
co ,Journal gives the following results
of experiments made in eight counties
in South Carolina where tobacco is
being grown successfully:.
Mr. F. A, Rogers raised 25,000
pounds of leaf on twenty acres, and
the entire crop will sell for $6,000 or
Mr. P. Whtipple planted ten acres
and grew 1,500 lbs per acre. Sold
his entire crop for over $200 per acre,
and this is his first year's experience.
Mr. D. M.- Smoot, of Darlington
Co.; planted five acres' and realized
$185 per acre for his crop. His yield
was 1,240 pounds per acre.
Mr. S. B. Sessions averaged 1,260
lbs per acre on his whole crop and
sold for $185 per acre.
Mr. F. M. Rogers,, jr, grew 35,000
lbs on twenty-five-acres,' the estimate
value of which'is $6,500, or $260 per
acre. The cost of this crop was $2,150
all told.
Mr. M. S. Haynesworth sold the
lowest grade of his crop this year for
12 cents a lb. In his first crop year
before last be averaged 1,060 pounds
per aicre, an sold at an ayerage of 171
cents niet. His tobacco cost him 7U
cents all told.
SMr. J. T. Rogers made an average
this year of 1,200 pounds per acre on
twenty acres.
Mr. D. M. Smoot makes a state-
ment showing that he lhas made a net
profit of $125 per.acre on his entire

Transportation is All.
These American .people are peculiar.
See how they love to traffic and trade.
What great specialists they are. Well,
it does seem that it should be, "eyery
man to his trade, every country to its
product," in which case transportas1
tion is the first considerable question.
It ought particularly to interest a
man who contemplates growing perish-
able products intended for foreign cn-
tumption. The man who is so (-x-
ceedingly foolhardy as to prefer to
buy northern grown hay and grain to
raising his own in Florida where grass
and-weeds will grow as well as on the
finest Texas soI I ever saw and where

rice grows to make twentyrfive to fifty
bushels per acre, often without fertils
izing, such a man, I say, ought to mas,
ter the transportation subject.
It's a wonderful wonder that the cot-
ton growers have not yet half begun
to "forsake their idol"-specialty.
Where do you find a "specialist"
farmer who has made anything? My
idea.ofa:w specialistst' iat imer is the
man who makes especially enough of
the staples for his own-use. How
strange that a man should prefer to
plant a crop which it takes ten years
to make, and which he may loose in
one night, or which he may fail year_
after year to transport with profit,
when he could devote his energies or
means to making an immediate and
certain competency. There is but one
of two ways for a Florida farmer to
get out of the slough, and that is to
adjust and perfect transportation, or so
live as to be independent of tranepor-
tationl "
- I t011_y v boys,( lai going to strike
out on'ai nfw line-"turn a new leaf."
I am getting tired of fighting the hon-
orless and thankless battle of the trans-
portation companies. I have fought,
bled and near about died pleading in
their interests, asking them to handle
carefully, transport quickly, and
charge moderately; but it's no use.
They don't see that our interest is their
interest. (I like to. have said some-
thing about a goose,, etc.) If with-
draw ing my support will starve them
out they are gone goslings. I started
out to argue the importance of the
transportation subject, but the impor-
tance of avoiding it as, much as may
be is so palpable and evident that I
will leave it with the reader and ,ask
Ins attention to the ideas herein found.
-Wm. P. Neeld, in the Farmer and

Handicapping the Fund.
It is certainly unfortunate that the
World's Fair Directory are handic lep
ped with the provision in the "plan
of organization" permitting the treass
urer of each county board to, retain
one-fourth of all money collected for
the World's Fair "to pay county ex-
penses." One-fourth of all the funds
simply to lubricate the machinery!
The county officers are to be paid to
be patriotic!
The people of Florida will not look
with approval upon any such a scheme
as this. It is extremely doubtful if
any parallel to this arrangement can
be found in any other State. in the
Union which has taken steps to he.
represented at Chicago. There is
now lying before us a copy of a Min-
nesota paper containing an address-
issued by the World's Fair Directory
to -the people ana the responses of two
counties, Hennepinrand Aitkin, there-
to. No word of mention is made by
either party of any county expenses"
or the retention of one-fourth or any
other percentage of the funds collect,
ed. The unsophisticated people and
officials of Minnesota seem to be labor-
ing under the impression that wha'-
ever money is donated by the people
for the World's Fair is donated for the
World's Fair and not for the miser-
able pretense ot "county expenses."
What are these "county expenses,"
anyhow? There are no bands of music
to be employed, no torchlight proces-
sions, specchc-s, banners, banquets and
other paraphernalia ofa political cam-
paign to be provided for. If the money
is appropriated outright by the Coun-.
ty Commissioners, what will be the
extra expense attending this method?
The issuing of a few county bonds or
county warrants-what more is there
to it?
As the Farmer and Fruit-.Grower
advised two weeks ago, so again it
recommends all readers who- are dis-
posed to contribute anything to the
World's Fair fund to ignore the coun-
ty boards altogether and make their
donations payable directly to the
State DiLectory.-Farmer and Fruit-


'lie term here given is one An lionest Swcdle tellNt his story in tIOur ea- little dlri.ttliti-t ,:is territ ly Eick,
Switch was supposed to have been. plain but unmistakable language for Her bowels weir-e lio.ited soli ;'d as a brick,
coined during the late war. It the benefit of the public. "One of my i r- t uld t.
s; slalnimed, however, that it is an children took a severe cold and gotlhe Pieree's wPelt'-thel cured her remark
old word revived, perhaps of croup. I gaye -her a tenasaoonfuill of ably qiick.
Swedih origin Be this as it Chanmberlain's CoUtlh Renldy, atid in Never bp without Pierce's Pellets

, ill the English language that five miufteslatert-gave her one more. in the nouse. They-are gentle and
, more forcibly expresses the ac- .By tis tinie she htad to cough up,.the effective in action and give immediate
lion of certain pathogenic mi- gathering in-her throat.- Then she l i cases of indigestion, bilious-
'cI..Ihes which .may haye found went to sleep and slept good for nf ei e const.pasi.n. Tiey do their
k tIetir tay into the blood after teenal niites. 'hllen hc. got ill a6ttIlne tI T.. d t .

I fthe administration of Swift's
( J Specific. Finding this sanguin-
eous medium too warm, so to speak,
for their. comfort, they skedaddle
thr,:'uh the pores of the skin, leaving
the-)sytem intact. Not only does S.
cS.. cause the elimination cf the maid
microbes and the poison produced
thereby, b i it assists .in rebuilding
the vasle places of the system result-
ing from the devitalizing and disintes
gratingeffects of the micro-organisms

Treatise on Blood" and Skin Diseases
mailed free. SWIFT lg'ECIFlC CO.,
Atlanta, Ga.

A thin coating of vile butter will
spoil the most delicious slice of bread,
just as a little gilding of hypocrisy
will destroy the strongest profession
of Christian character.

- -, Deafess Can't be Cured
by locai applications, as-they cannot
reach-tl ie d i.-en.dtl portion of the car.
There i only oln.: way to cure deaf-
hnessea 'd that is by constitutional
reimedie-. Deafness is caused by an
inflamItic condition of the mucous lin-
ing of tie Eustachian- Tube. When
thetube'getA inflained you have a
ruim bling soitndor imperfect hearing,
and, when. it is entirely closed, deaf-
ness is the result, and unless tile itn-
flaminilatlili can be. take;ntout and this
tube restored to it normal condition,.
hiring will be destroyed forever;
niile .Ics out of ten-are caused by
catarrb, which is nothing lbut an in-
flamed condition of the mucous sur-.
We will give one hundred dollars
fir ,,ianv c.a of deafness (caused by
(:ila'riI ) that we cannot cure by tak-
Iall's Catarrh Cure. Send for'circu-
hrsa, freo. F..J. CHIENEY & CO.,
Toledo, 0.
&pJd by druggists, 75 cents.

"Mail, know thyself;" you may feel
awful mean at the revelations that
will ne the result of this knowledge,
but kiinow thyself and then commence
an ei-a of improvementt.

.Pronouncea l0opeless, let Saved.
From a letter written by .Mrs. Ada
E.'Hurd, of Groton, S. D., we quote :
"Was taken with a bad cold, which
settled on my lungs, cough set in and
tinallv termttinated in consumption.
Fodil-doctors gave me up, saying ,I
could live but a short time. I gave
inysel ripl) to my ,Savior deteriniiiod
that it I could not stay with inmy
triq lds on earth,. I would i meet ml
.al-.ff ones above. My husband was
advised to get Dr. King's New Dis-
covervy for Coisumption, Coughs. and
Colhs. I gave it a trial, took in all
eight botlles; it has cured nie, an)d
thauk God I aii now a well and hear-
LV womann" Trial bottles free at J.
MI. Jackson's drug store; regul-r size
600, and $1.

Those who serve God only onesev,
enth of the time deserye the same
proportion of blessings.

'Mtamty old soldiers, who contracted
chronic diarrhea while in the service,
have since been permanently cured of
it by Chamnberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diptirhcea Remedy. For sale by J. M.
.Jacison & Soo, Bronson; and W. C.
Andrews, Archer.

Marry for money and you will be a
dear husband to your wife.

B-uchelen's Airnica ,Salve.
The best salve in the world for cuts,
liruiise., Sores, Ulcers, Salt llheuiin,
Fever Sores, Totter, Chapped L hands,
Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Erup-
tions, and positively cures Piles, or no
pay required. It is guaranteed to
give perfect satisfaction, or money re-
tunded. Price 25 cents per box. For
salcbhy J. M, Jackson, & Son.
Or you are all worn out, really good for nothing
it is gitneral debility. Try
tlfO)II''5 IRtOY. Jl. TTERS..
t will cure yon, and give R good appetite. Sold
l by c dealrz in miedlclue.

;--- .-. work thoroughly and .w] e no, bada
vomited; then .lic went back to bed noroug,
and slept good for the remainder oL- effects smallest cheapest, easiest 10
the night She got the erou the csee- take. One a dose. Best, Liver Pill
ound night and I gave her the same made.
remedy with the same. good results. Iti l .
Sit X m ninrk in line .1encit opposite
I write this because I "thought thelre\- t ii. i.i-c m.-i,.s Ih:i, t on-are in-
might be some one in lhe same need itlehied I. tin. cbirt., fior snliscrijptionsaiad
and not know the true nit(lt of tOl' alre niT.--t'I to remit.
wonderful medicine."-. Charle-'" A. The worst money in the world is
Thompseeu, Des Molnes, Iwa. 50 that that isn't honestly earned.
cent bottles for sale by J. M. Jak at is ones .earned .
& Son, Bronsoni; and T. C. CAndrews, For lame back there is nothing bet-.
Archer. ter than to saturate a ilanner cloth
With Chamberltan's Pain Balm and
All practice and no theory makes bind it on the affected parts, Try it
Jack a dull boy; all theory and no and you will be surprised at the "
practice makes Jack a mere toy. prompt relief it affords. The sanie
treatmtuinttwill cuie rhentinaiisni for
AMA-,, (Are many of the sale by J. M. Jackson & Son, Bronson; *
.UT -countless microbes and W. .Andrews Archer.
-BUT- l which infest the Adrews, Achr.
DEADLY Learth. Their des% Parties Wanting to Purchase.
truction is great, as they destroy life The Best Automatic Gra g Muz.
in thousands of human- beings annual- ae c p th. A. iance
ly. The only limitation to their de- be supplied At, Aiance.
ly. The only imitation to their de-. Store at Bronson, Fla., by applying
vastation is food to feed on. ney ,, I >
vastation is food to feed to Mr. Cox, manager, at prices within
produce countless diseases-as mala- the reach of all. With this muzzle-on
ria, scrofula, eczema, cancer, conita- your horse or cow can be turned to
gious blood poison, etc., ,etc. The your horse or cow can- be turned ine-
gious blood poison, etc., ,etc. The
your orchards and groves, and while
remedy for tlis small but -numerous 3
remedy for tis s they can eat the grass and weeds on
and destructive foe, is to expel him the groun as well as if they bad .
from the body by the use of. Swift's n l, tey itey oh r o
c S. S. hm no muzzle, they cannot bite or injure -
Specific. S. S. S. will route him out the trees. 'For weaning calves and :: '
completely, and force out also the colts it is a grand thing. 'Call and ;
poison which he has left behind. Be see them and buy them, and let your
sure to get the genuine. Do not et st-k have the benefit oftthe grass and
on you aubtitte other grazing that usually go to waste "
any one put off on you a sul.ttute or a sae 'iv Thim--e-ctmstironeaua--
imitation. Send for our book on the son.
blood and skin.
Its Wonderful Effects on te Liver
Talents without courtesy and con- Stomach, Bowels and Kidneys.
sideration are like a piece of machine
ery without oil-there is too much For Biliousness, Constipation and
friction for satisfactoryservice. Malaria, take Lemon Elixir.
For Indigestion, Sick and Nervous
E-upepsy. Headache, take Lemon Elixir.
This what you ought to have, in fact, For Sleeplessness, Ncr-vousiess and
you must have it, to fully enjoy life. Heartfailure take Lemon Elikx-ir.
Thousands are searching for it dhly, For- Fevers, -Chills and Debility,
and inmoirning because they rind it not. take Loenion: elixir.
Thousands upon thousands of dq.llars Ladies, for natural and thuorughli or-
are spent annually by our- people in -
the hope that tliev may attain this ga take ].eion Elixi.
boon. And vet it lany be had by all. Dr. Mozlev's Lenon Elixiir will not
We guarantee tliat Electric Bitters, it fail vou iin any of tile above named
used according to directions and thle diseases, all of which arise from a tor-
use persisted in, wil bring you good id or diseased liver, stomach; kid-.'
digestion and oust the deimonl dyspep- s or bowels.
sia and install instead Eupelpsv. We. .ics or ibowels.
rocominiciid Electric Bitters for Dvs- Prcieared only by Dr. I. Mozley,
peplsia and all diseases of the Liver, Atlanta, Ga. 50c. and- $1 bottles at
Stomach and Kidneys. Sold at. 50c. dio gists
and $1.00 per" bottle, by J. M. Jackson
SSoil, ),r agists. -' A PROMINENT MINISTER
Make heaven your home by mak- After ten years 6f great.suffering
ing your home a heaven froin indigcstuoh, with great nervous
prostration, biliousness, disordered.
CONSUMPTION CURED.. kidneys and constipation. I have.
An old physician, retired from prac- been cured by Dr Mozleys I
ticc, having ihad placed in his hands by Elixir and am now a well. man.
an East India missionary the formula REv. C. C. DAVis, ELD. M.E. Church
qf a simple vegetable remedy for the Southl, No. 28 Tatnall, St., Atlanta,
speedy and permanent cure of Con-, Ga.
sumnption, Bronchitis, Catarrh. As- 'E. I
thnta and all throat. and Lung Atflc- OUR It"EMIU1IS.
tions, also a positive and radical cure We give ivith one year's subscrip.
for Nervous Debility and all Nervous tion to the TIMES-DEMOCRAT yo '
Complaints, after having tested its choice of the fTllowing publications
woide.iful curative powers in -tions: ,for the priceset opposite: "
hands of cases, lhas felt it his duly to "itural Call and-TIMrs-D.MoCUAT... $1.00
make it known to his suffering fellows. American Farm News and T.-D.... -.00.
Actuated by this motive and a desire American Farmer and T.-)D-.. ....... 1.50
HomeeIangazine and T.-D. .......... 1.25 .
to relieve huinain suffering, I will send Judge's Li'braryand T.-D .......... 1.0>1-
Free of charge, to all who desire it, IDinorest's Manazine. and T, ... 2.
e F o Dickens' Comnplete Works aid T.-D... 1.60
this recipe, in German', Frenichor Enl- Minnoth Cyclopaedia and T.-D...... 1.50
S1i.-Ih, with full directions for prepar-
ing and using. S it by mail by ad- Send to us for a copy of the Rural
dressing with stamp, minaing thii Call. The great .literary and family'.
paper. W, A. Noyes, 820 Powers monthly.
Block, Rochester, N. Y.

Highest of all in Leavening Power.-U. S. Gov't Report, Aug. zy, z~8

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'he TiimeS-DemOrat. agricultural, commercial and eyery
T"h '* other interest in the state,
ts---- ----- --_ ---i But two conditions are necessary to
i-ns-rX success, towit; Harmony and
Harmony should come as a duty
OLIVEPR J. FARM!. R ER ditor, that every man owes his state. With-
O -.out .i i. O utty, success is Inot possible.
Jt'MEMB ,'R ,, the FLORIDA Evwry new.spaper-and every person
PRESS ASSOCIATION; affiliated owing fealty to Florida should lay
ith the NATIONAL EDITORI aside all disseisions now (whether per,
ASSqCIATION. sonal or political) and if WLe conflict
,' PAPER may 5, hr-,,1 n,, m iiA n must be resumed, fightout their grieve
Adri..nm'u, ',c r. 1.g.t- : ances later after a united effort of our
-..-..a._. h........ atBron people has. established tjhe credit of
(E:ntered at the P. 0. at. Bronon our state. ,Let no .one person be
A a second class matter.) known above anotheribut lot all work
- :'" for the advancement and glory ot
:.THURSDAY, November 12, 1891. Florida.

ElectiOn W Laste Feec,

D-moats have every reason to
feel atidfled over the result of thel
\4 ' -elections lait week. anii they can goe
4nto the filht n-xt vear with erv iy
iope of success. Flhwer, democrat,
.- s, elected governor cf New York by
nearlyy f0,0'0 inutjr-ritv. The demo.
rats have. 8 majority In the houserthe
l republicans 3 majority in the senate.
S:- ~- Goveti')r RusAel, d,,mocrat, was re-
elected ia-Massachtisetts by a good
i- majority.
The domtocrata swept the fi l,1 in
Maryland, Iowa, New Jersey nud
issiippI, and the Dutch took Hol.
land 'when Pennsylvania and Ohio
Sent republican. Virginia went dem-
oceratti and South Dakota republican.
V The fight next year will be on the
tafrif, and Cleveland will win,

S- unday School. Convention.
The following is the program ol the
Sunday school convention to be held
:iIth'Pine Grove church Nov. 27th to
-h-i- inclusive:
.-- froductory remark-', by Rev, P..
O-L-*-I. : W ior,.."
'Qi;' referred to convention by
L' .. armony .assoclatiopu: "lHas a church
': ile.ight to receive, an expelled broth
e '.'-.' .hout his restoration by the
"':- 'lil-c wlich expelled hiln ?"--OiIeu
a -: d ,sciou.
-: ChristiAln hunjility, by Rev. Z. A.
---_ '- Suminy school work,--ls relation
to tlhe church,'by Rev. J. H. Crosby.
S -. -- Diity of.Christliilts to give to the
fiqpPe- fibotp t of-tlhe gospel, by Rev. J. K.
S Bheffleld.-
.- Dutv or the pnsior to the Sunday
-Bphoo'l by- Rerr- v Tr-fatibshr.--- --
-Uhrislian-fellowship.' by Rev. Sim-
SShe.. e'-ffield.'
ist'id r Dpo opened, and subjects
s- igned-for' tibet meeting or conven-

Lonely Third Partylte.
I -see by your correspondence col-
umi that we have at least one "third
party" man in Levy county-Mr.
Bowleis, of Ellzey. I am afraid that
lihe feels' rather lonely, and the election
S aewi from Kansas was not calculated
to cheer him and his party up very
much, Mr. Bowlegs says that the
.name,`democrat," is odious to him,
therefo-re we can reasonably suppose
:: that he never was a democrat, and his
efforts and the eflbrts of a few others
j. to draw the Alliance into a political
p arty,- antagonistic to the democracy,
will be a dismal failure.
.6 Let him be assured that when the
i- '" Alliance has 'had its day, and the
third party buried and'forgotten, the
-democracy will boe "'arching on."
'- A DEMoc,RT.

S- To Citi&gJo free.
S- 'The .World's Fair directory has
S ilued the following address to-the
S' people of .Jlorida:
'n -accepting the important work
entrusted to the board ot directors for
A' Flork1a of the -Worla's fair, by the
: Orlado' convention, the undersigned
..'hawnot bee unmindful of the great
responsibility they have assumed.
S Tiey realize the importance of the
S ,-". truLt committed to them, and they
adopt, this method of appealing to
their fellow-citizena for their support,
without which they cannot hope to
s., ucceed.-
To dwell upon the bencfita which
must accrue to Florida from a proper
display of her industries and resources
would be a reflection upon your intel-
S ligence. They are apparent to all.
The world has beou advised of the in%
f corporation within the limits of our
. '- relate of phosphate companies aggre-
gifin ag $100,000,000 in capital. If
Florida will apply as much as nue-
tenth of 1 per cent of the amount of
this capitalization to a Florida exhibit
at-Oliattgo, the basis of' the corpora-
'- tions will naturally (however unjust-
1 ) come under suspicion. A fthilure
tobe creditably reprtesetel will be
.' accepted as conclusive evidence that
SFlorida isdefiel-ut in r.'sources, and
great damage will restit to our ho-
",i o sr-Sugar, fruit1 lumber, tobacco,

Organization.means work in its full-
est sense. In every county World's
ftir clubs should be formed. An ex.
ecutive conumnttee should be selected
and a treasurer appointed. .A report
of this organization should be furnish
ed Geo geo W.. Wilsonk, secretary, Or-
ange Lake, Fla., when instructions,
tao voluminous tor this publication,
will be furnished at once, followed
from time to time with such directions
as ma y be issued later by the board.
will be mtneniirntd at this time; As
the World's fair will be the greatest
civihzer of the century, and as its les-
sons will lay the foundation of more
churches and schools than any other
influence of this generation, the board
of directors will make the first appeal
to the school children of the state.
The scholar in the public schools in
each county whether girl or boy) who
collects the largest sum of money (not
less than 8$50) in his -or her county,
will be given a trip to Chicago and
return and a weeks stay at Cnicago
free of cost to the scholar. The fortys
five successful scholars from the forty-
Gve counties of the state will be pro,
vided tyith chaperones selected .rom
the parents-who (not less than four)
will be seut in charge of the chililren
f-ee of all expense. All collections
should be handed to the treasurer of
the county. In case a county treasur-
er has not been appointed the remit-
tance should be made direct to John
F. Dunn, treasurer, Ocala, Fla.
A few years ago ithe scope of wo-
man's work was comparatively re-
stricted,-but happily it is different
now, and her aid is confidently relied
upon to add great interest to Florida's
exhibit. The national lady commis-
sioners will have general direction of
the department.
The board appeals to the press of the
state to copy this address and to send a
single copy of the paper containing the
same to the boara of directors, World's
fairer Florida, Pensacola. Help the
work on and you will help t I )rila. -
Signed-W. D. Chipley, president;
S. A. Jones, first vicepresidein; J. H.
Durkee, second vice-president; George
W. Wilsonu, secretary; John F. Dunn,
treasurer; George F. Foote, %W. H.
Milton, R. E. ose, G.'P. rHealey, R.
B. Swoope, Patrick. Houston, Daniel
Campbell, P. E. Maxwell, G. S. Har,
dee. -
National commissioners (exofficio
'members of the board). Mrs. M. C.
Bell, Miss E. Nellie Beck, R.Turnbull,
C'. F. A. Bielby.

SWe are in receipt of a copy of N.
W'. Ayer & -an's newspaper annual
for 1891. 'Besides giving the name of
every periodical, in the United States
and Canada- it gives a description of
every state and county, with the pop-
ulat1on and vote cast at' the last elec-
tion. It is decidedly the most 'useful
and popular, annual i:sued.

If one keeps continually hammer'
ing on a nut the shell is bound to
crack sooner'or later. The nut that
the farmers of Florida want to crack
is how to make a larger yield to the
acre at a smaller cost. They will
surely succeed if they keep hammer-
ing at it with the same energy and
determination 'they have displayed
this year.-Floridian.

"No other country," writes the Pres-
ident, "surpasses us in the inventive
genuis of its ettisens, or in the business
sugacity of its capitalists." If we are
stj very smart, how is it that we must be
forever dependent upon an exorbitant
marifI?' How is it that our industries
mstI always he ion.fnts?-.aCourier Jour-

The protected manufacturers might
have been good enough to raise wages
in at least one or two instances, just
for the time oft Ie McKinley campaign
hut these greedy capitalists haven't
once thought of doing it. Perhaps they
think they d, enough when they fur-
nish campaign nonw-y.--Courier Jours
nal. -

Tld. 17099 far the NE% See 14 T, 11 9. R.
15 E. ,
He names tlie followiw.g witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon, and
cultivation of, said land,, viz:
Ed. Ward, ER. PF. Home, C. W1. 1McElroy,
Moses Keen, of" Judsoun, Fla.
ALEX. LYNUII, Register.

AvCe TO 7,W r 'i"
Sf you would protect
from Painful, PrO)fuse
Supr!assed or Irregu
struation you must u


Cedar Key Gleanings.
CEDAR KEY, Fla., Nov. 9, '91.
Correspondence Times-Democrat.
What is that, with wings out-pread,
skimming o'er the waLer? "I is a
sharpie, laden with fish for .:..I -'.
Schofield & Aiherson.- And yondler
stands Mir`Sehofield, rui'bbi-,tng .".
plump hands and gazing v-itih f..
satisfaction on the fast approsalhing
sharpie. There is somnethiu highly
gratifying in watching o uOh 'Sip
comy in" in this solid, practical way."
"What is that I smell, my an)?"
said a fond mother to her boy -who
had lately walked into "long pants,"
and alt "duded up" had come for iher
approval. "0, that's sister's colone,
but don't tell." On further it. ii r,
it appeared that the hope of .l.,
age had found a tiny phial of .',,,:l
and saturated his clothing with it, be-
lieving it to be causdecologne,
Mr. Philips paid Atsena. Oilfe'
school a visit last week, much to i!
annoyance of some of the little oees
who think "we and Miss Lena can ge,
along much better without him."
The approaching close of Rev. E.
F. Ley's appointment here is looked
forward to with deep regret by his
many friends, who .fear he may n6,' l,-
returned another year,
"An immortal soul-what n n0es-
sion! Take care of it, not becau,-, it
might be lost, but because it. mAuy b:
saved."-Mary Wilson, in' Sunny
South. O* T.E=1NE P.

Itnms from Lebanozi.
Correspondence Times-D'Dnm:crat.
Nov.2.-All are well exce-pt tl in-
fant child of Mr..R. P.Priest, which
has been expected to die but is now
hoped to be some better.
We had some good preaching yes.
terday and last nighi. How cafi'those
who call themselves Christians remaiin
at home while the sweet old rti:r"1is
being told near. him? God help the
stay-at'home Chr stians, -
Some of your correspondents say-
they.want a new court house it tcosti
twice ninety cents, and as'I ainTh.-
author of the "ninety cehts" nhlrase, I
will give another explanation ot it.: I
hope they do hot intur'stan, -.that
ninety cents is all.I paid on the court
house now standing.. I pn d ine-;
tlie first year, and several :theq nin .-'
ties before it was finished.. I shall
never Ieln to move another house, and
am not anxious to hel-p build r,ne until
the laws are changed. Here is a'great
excitement every two years tob le'-i
men to go to Tallahassee to make t
laws. They should, be good, p:o.t,
-men, but when the courts, come t- tr
criminal and other important case,
the lawyers are allowed to pick a.-nA
cull a county oyer and get the most
ignorant men they can find to pbt
those laws in force. While this is al-
lowed to be 'done I am willing for tqe
lawyers s to d'uild the court houses,"arjl
not tax poor men who could not glt
justice there I see men at libert-
who ought to be in the chain gang
and I don't know if the end of a rop
would be too bad for them. This mar
sound like a hard saying, but Godi
word says that whosoever sheds- man's
blood, oy man shall his blood be shed.
Rain is badly needed.
The farmers are fixing to grind
ca-u. Come down in a few days, MNr.
Editor, and we will give you plenty
ofjuice. I think I will. plant short
cotton hereafter. Who will get gins?

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Nov. 7, 1891 "
Notice is hereby given that the following
named settler has filed notice ol'f his inten-
tiou to ina'ke final proof in support of his
claim, and that said proof will be made1e-
litre Judge, or in his absence, cicrk+ cirtfuit
court at Bronson, Fla., on Jan, 9, 1832,
BRYANT SMITH, of Bronson, Fla.,
Hd 16855 for the ~SE Sec. 21, T. 11 S. E.
He names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon and
cultivation of. said land, viz;
ill. L. Sandlin, S. P. Turner, W,.P. Gei,
ger, Judson, Fla., and S. A. Hussey, of
Bronson, Tla.-
ALEX, LYNCH, .ceaisteir
Land Oiliec at uainesvill-. Fli.'.
.Nov. 7, '1-"l. I
Notice is 1,.-r-.l -- given that the follow-
ing-named -.[.l'.- has filed notice of his in-
tention to make final proof in support of
his claim, and that said pruopf will be made
before Judge circuit court, or in his ab-
sence the clerk, at Bronson, Fla,, 0o Jan.
8, 159', viz:
DAVID L. McGOWAN, of Judson,

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tors, but (d11 ia.tpgui, e y ro ai'nn-
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Land Office at Gainesville, Fla.,,
Oct. 16, 1891.
Notice is hereby given that the follow-
ing-named settler has filed notice of his in-
tiuntion to make linal proof in support of
his claim, and that said proof will be made
brifore .Judge, or in lils absence, clerk cir-
cuit court, at Bronsoft, Fla,, on Dee. 29,
1891, viz:
KA TE E, ADDY, widow of Geo. VW:
Addy, dec'd., of WiikesBarre,
ld. 18 77 for the "W1 of NE/ and E). of
NW%1 Sec. 30 T'. it. S. RI. 17 E.
Re names the following witnesses to
prove his contiiilousl residence upon, and
cultivationll of, said land, viz:
., C.-[Iall, E. M Dimon, 'F. A. Arnold,
W. F. Arnold, of Brsoson, -la.
ALEX. LYNCHT, Register.


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iSliifti&HA .r,;,t,,16 ., l, ,'.- t;'...,l '.A.., A,.. ,.. l I, ,t ,. ii-, Bion-.,n, F la .. 14 I-a 91.,.( ..14. '-. ':,--
ea d OS S Lt 11 i Vt i:' .I = Ei,] l". L i |1 l', A. I l l ". '
"cr ma .,,,u. ,,, t,^'k'1...,,......,....- N( I'CE FOR PUBLICATIOW-.e
ec' trai-rtr I i ., 1 uii 'II .,',,....... ,.I, .",.Lt r Ln di Offi ce at G alnesv'B lle, 'tFI '4.- :--1
m .r-3nLi .. :. .. . : 1 Oct. 10, 1891. -"T. --
11", Ior, . *,. .I U 1 R.*F. L I Nic-n. -. f" .
= "" ..r ... *'" ,i,1.,- [-n 1 .. l eL r u a 1i1io i-('t u i ..iire'i ,ttr
i. ,] ..- l'TJ ; .i |.^ ',,,fi"..r tI, ;' i, IVI-. f. 1 E 1 I -. :. ,,,i utla aw'l that ms id i'r fi r, il]i e' n6 8 -;
L "t % ,C !' M I 'I'l- 414 L= M-. il'lc"rt.t rr or In hO ls -;
u ".it. rI,- i'..h."'h. ".' ,!n,- : i -ii< I. i.- .: It, .-Ii 1.1 br vit in ] 1a., on de- c.

. 0., ,i,.....,o,,-.,....-d I. .,.:. ^ )|oS(-'ARi= HAARD E. orfChieflandj.aki'
A LL.?.7-. I.' ;",' ] t-._ -; i. tr. I.. f F. '. 2 .,.
*.=] ,lt- i.. i,.:-t Lt.e loion, ing v itUel t-eB:. 1-6F

lt L.,....U [,,-, t,,. c.". ,ietc ,:,,'.r 10 e','-l HI .A ,.|ir,., P. A b c 'ollist Pr, '.o-.-
SsT,, I, '-1; ,1.ilj-r ,l, the r.-D. Ca'l niA -ee -lwi *Ji. ,|ni Vl A. dJ..ue8, of C',n l dii,-":
Se,,d, Old l,. A-L ., i 'LEX. I YNCI., Pe'lsler.' -
S, LrU -Sna, --.... ....--...... .1

The Greatest Mr'ecinial
of the Age.
)So ligea.te of tt
SBlood can with
its pot otrV unl c
ina qcualieesi,
Cir^it.'lv ': in !l.'a.' ,' :1 I I' T
*ir i A. "'.'] i ..C r ii i -
Yakcu I 'ji L I I i-li 1 v ll. i' .1 I
: r' i
l.?C.1 I.. L r. V..Jl : :1' JL ., '
lr,, )I, j ,'. .. '.
.- r_ I" ; ..t ai'.. .l t
C':.I UJ'LuO 0.\.
vo sis. Ai Y AL, n ad

yes and ,ia 'on
A certain cure for Chronic
Tetter, Salt Rhsum, Scald
Chronic Sores, Fever Sores
ItW., Prairie Scratches, Sor
and Piles. Jt is cooling anc
Hundreds of'eases have bee:
it after all ot-er treatment
25 and 50 cent boxes for sale
J. M. Jackson & Son, Brc
W. C. Andrews, Archer.

.- O3rS I,.....J....[...... HONOR ROLL.
-rry C..ln tlanel i ., tu:.. ., The following named pupils of the
.;- ii. -1ronson Graded school are entitled to

n'Mr.D. r.~:. ,'r. a-.ic month of October:
S* 1i \- / 1* 1 Eighth grade.-Mace Bean, Lassie
S' Mrs V. C. F. ir;..iy Ii b. !, : L..wis, Lucie Bachman, Gertrude
S" a weL-k or t ' -:- hr L,'- Lindsay, Jessie Barco, Edgar Jackson.
-," Church Direc'ory. b.. ..' ..- Seyenth grade,-Hattie Lindsay,
M' .. .u u..hd, h rap. -- W I.- Ca. Sutt- L. ihr- u-, -l ,l- Emlma Griffia, Lillian Boothby, orie
S Motoditc iurc. -Rv. 6.. .i:li.- '. ,- .,, l C.')arsey, Arthur Terrill, Freddie Ter-
r. iSiuday riel PricUiei tL- .n,- ii sia n [ i '. puty .hi1.i. n nP o i i. 1, Chas: Reynoldd,, David Stewart,
in ea 11 L. a n Aldie Taylor, Ne,. '-rb Barco.
S abbath school e-rv. Suila: n :3 eClmpany. Fourth grade--Mary Lindsay,
) I- P. in..; Dr. J. M.J ,a:k.on. Si .111i1..- Vara V~ rn, pui-i.'h.-:r .,t -" i- Ethel Griffin, tewis Perryman, Luke
If-. litellndent. Tr .1 1ger, Ivan Bean.
ti u i iiu Tr.-n .ri '- vaub ,1!. II,,,[. ~~-coud grade,-Sabila Colson, Su.
-- Baptist cl ri-e Revil. i lt- K.-ithi ,i- p lh:- ,c.-, h .- r la ki. .Barco, Jioy Denhanr Chas. ogerss.
K .ay ..t, eah imll i I1,, :3i in..d- a crp. First grade.-Tommy Cribbs, Jes-
..- -!rf ": abljifli fll c r .IIIIItV at M IADGE D. Ici, Principal.
. Sabbath ,erhol every Siinl'tv at Dr. .JaG-Ckson br,:,u.,lt iiP a tac ,r- anGE D .
9.' 3 9 3 n ; Farim.r, Su pt. range from Iis gr.,.'- near W\\ill-t lin.
q -. ntam.ken friim, a- tite.r s.:. \ilWa.. li- b- La. Mliutes of School Boardn. -
D'" van elical clhurn.h- Dr. i. l,:li -, r .T P r
-i_. patolr nmlire-chelu e\ery c:,.3d ;nii refused l lu.I. Board met Nov. 3, with W. H. An,
,i. ,ui'l"h ull n Suday -in every month, at 11 derson, chairman, and B. J. Davis.
-.,.'li 1.. '., p L.. n. T M re ti
k' .abbnattli L7 h .in ve. huul .t u an E. 1'. Iiuru,. jr, ..i up their J. B-.-Li app,:,inte supervisor at.
Cl-r.;.. -el.. ,,l. aO. D. Hardee's resignation as un
S Secret Societies. Clerk J. M. Boarco. prvisor at Hardee school accepted.
r -sBr '-Lodeo No. 7, F. & A. M.. ('l. E. -. F. a. f .. Board granted $35 to Copper Sink
e^/S^ '-osq oNo. 7,i .\. i.1:-. E-. C F.'S -In. i _hool-$20.50 for constructing bench-
:--l old itr reg la'.noniu ,icaii. ...i. vill:,an Mr. B. \" In i, .'t Mi,:. ', dcsks and lackboarrds, and $14.50
~-'. l"ie -i'st Monda \" c innl .h. -- an, who o, a !,h,, !.,t- i: ,.- ;,r finishing h0ue.
Ssil1g broher invited ,o a1lt.-n.3. '- nis ing o e.
i C A, 11- c.2 ieEr Br.ui-ui, w a i. i d. oarhd- ref -ed o incre'aae sal-.iy, at

-.-:-. Copious rains.
. ",' .|e4efreshed earth.
7 v Ri-ead our new advertleuentiis.
; r..J.- M. Gorrto was in lown on

.. The towii was full] of li happy y pi,l
Tuesday when it began to rain.
"One woe upon ar.thir' s hetled.,ilti
9--: -&'tread," is.usually a true saying.
S Look for the TmEES.-DriocRAi" en-
-'- ,irked anod improved, iisxt week,

* M r .Jo. ,< .:.,hlh v pi ur,'l.i,,-..l .1 i, ',"
bnil i"r v.-iil.: i n 'k- .ik.'-ill'-. I an-. i -
pected it hli r-- Sa l ii- i ,. l t. u it., *
the hour ol' ,)il': to *i,>-i irt n ,i *i
:riri v l..
M r. P. i..l!i .-i, t lri> an-I ,.i' ,.-- i .
of H azlt,:.n, Pa.., 1 be d.-, :- ,n t ,*
-lped ithe i n ui--r i Brf..r.,-in. Mr-, K1
will build a in hIuse on hi ...i,'
nealr l'town, siind we cans onrat'IIl -I.
.i.seil-ls rp.jn 1's bh,-.,-muhe I etii.. nI
anud tiglhbi- ,rn tihe rdcr Iiiu.nm?.
T ie I .-i;, s *i '-- I.- L, .
A l ia,'h .rillili,-.i \i ill k-i-i s ." :,
-.-.-. I. . ,i -~r. I------------ ,..

Ib Lieult Of V naIge ,.iUl andU iteUbaUU
.... hools. -
Renignation of Dr. Thomas, super',
)mor Ce-dar Key school, accepted.
Bill r work done on bell tower
.. d ft1n-ilati n of Cedar Key school
to iloua.:Ig to $5.50 ordered paid.
Board g'-anted Miss M. D. Ice- a
pplement of $5 per month for four
1;nths as teacher at Hardee.
J. J. Jenkins appointed supervisor
..f Wolf Harbor school. .
Board paid incidental account from
June to November inclusive, amount-
itg to $15 13.

SI Marteller wa.s born
.ayid U. Marsteller was born In

S"'- '- A g l --high county, Pa., on the 12th or
.-'Wanted--A good .Cookv.-ApplHy tot e.r t reno, ,."nn n .,vi arch 1834. There were 10 children
r. M. J..Terril, Oak Grove Hutel. fl'h 1:3h ihut. tnu.i Is'in- ,vte t-. the family, two brothers and ithre.:-
.. E1'l r F,e'i1. f T '.in .-, -iters still living. , to the "Giver ol aul Dir. Mri.-'r -,- n -al .r,. -..- Hii- life' was a checkered one. Be,
vS.e-ery good and-perfect gift" for thel p-ctui t. b, at i-,, n -, n-'n.. A --.-r- inof a roaming disposition, in. his
rac...ous rains idlli, i joined a whal. ., ,,, ,x .litio
u ra- ". alk.- .. I the Northernl seas, it ith,- iight,
t Rey.-J. SK.Lheffield and Mr. C. W. P,.v. Henn- P (Coluemtn, Girnd ale weeks in length. 11 I,: hi ,ue
a fcElvoy were among the visitors in C.-apluin of i.: rad Lodgeo Kn- i'iv escapes. Onter his boat whale,
S twn Tuesday. .. tucky, vby reutir d-!, ecred P Iceiure aid he and his companions capsized.
l.igi. >.... ..,, I.I r Ion the H Is, In m nt iLe Metb.,,n,-t None of them good swimnmers, Mr.
- M iss.m -,l an1,.- leleoe r o ,,t, a uHnie on 1c- -., ". ,* t" iarstellor ..tu l:ht hold of the boat,
ji616n. ('o ais, visiting her cllege u ay i. r. two companions-held him by
. a e M,-'is iEthel Bar. declared that a v';St I,:. tlie lHo-lyv In.-I i i- tcet until help came from the ship. ---. .. .e... .. 1-11 i his travels he visited 'Asia alind
-A M iB.rco ..wasdn.dc whucre tLc evecl r.-.-,d in the II For sometime lie was in the
.r:.. 4 .6M .a e d,,hly hnpl y ble .6'cuirr.c' -. i, 'ild ,oni'in,-e- the m-Itl i 9t r west of Alneric.a, and was enga ed
y- d ir by the rain, and thi kepti-hl ltlit ill- li;'i, wa true. [He l. stage driving in Idaho, before the
r ir' H -'V Coarsey opened hi..-' .f.l. i ke r r .. e .i-. i ne, of l railroadsr ili that region.. He
.i..l- eight horses, was iulich liar-
F-i Ir., aidse lHughes, of- New Yor'k. lieu the \irinp It .iI, et., ft nid in n..aedi by Indians, aid had several
.s6rived inhtowu last week to viit l hisr- Paine,., I. ud every werBn- in the 1irlrow e08a.pcs,
S Hle entered the U. S. navy about
S other a.ul look alter the orange grove. a-il.nce- ws shr,.u-h!y piu.ld i 1 65. and remained three years. His
havingg missed his appiintiment -,, lite ict.:.. Lts :a rale tivLt. .l lalth failing lie Was placed in- the
aud, e. '. W-. R S. -di- u ad rCn-. i n-, I., hospital at Pensacola, Fla., whence he
st:.iSauday, Kv. ". bRihard- Mr. au. Mrs. J. -.. e, r:f ('hitn, ,. as discharged and returned to his
.il preach on the comiiug ik'th Ttnio., arried in r! il;: Thi r-!.itv, : tive state, and was married to Mis1
-..nday. -u will endri d!a- wi t r u our ..nanda George. .
,an u.'-y ". _-:.- -- i t rr In Wlst Bethlehem nhe held the of-
A;0. -i'ie Timez-:lnion's election ews ridet. Mr. .- in- hA 7,i'.- .it C .S ,, f ;,.e.of Supl. of the steel works until!
.'T -ve- .ry-r in ,' i 1!.'- itmnu- riH-I tlhe company failed, and Mr. Marstel-
-' perfect. The T.- lsa i .-r Itsuffered considerable financial loss.
M-. i fear from competition that does nut "'-: -. ..-. i. unr-tuntely, .After the steel works failed he went
' 'ite. .- s i nv'l-i iu la '..-uit, hut a. s.-i.n i. into the ruining business with .his
n. g lan t it sitriglt he expects to other in New Jersey. His brother
S-'heLvv Counitv Techers' I ,.. lied suddenly, aid lie again lost
i be-held here Saturday, at ib '-'l" iit up, n fu t tht bt prtiu (.I' out all his possessions.
ine a Co y S o E o the co,:,unIty v n la..mcr. Mir. R Ps ife now returned to West Betthle-
-m1 a County School Exposition will nn 7,-; ;", i i '.. ,- ] f ln, and asswstel his wife who had
.'-dli..sdualsed. i.,r some tHi-e been eAigAed in the
Slie' place "here tl,- c "-'ili v:? I .r .- niiercanl ile business. He was. an ac-
fr The best medical authaoritinesay the les-ed bs l tlhe miners l*lt .%'- I. He i ve worker in the tenlrerance cause,
proper way-to trost catarrbito lie saee, a I great eitut, -espct eveil of his op ts
a constitutional remedy, like Hod- I gnutr-i being pl.dd .u.A. i lhuii. 1.roti yoIlli until death he wasa con-.
? Sarsaparilla. I -istenit imenmber of the Lutheran
,s ?. =-'-: _- "dA tIi al /I'.t,*.''. htirch. .
For the next month all niew sub- l .. '. f His hunilthI failing, le sought an asy-
.i( n \W v idn d", afI.,hh. ,g:an o l last .
-i- cribers, and all old subscribers ho l I u in Florida, coming to Bronson
,' we-l; e ii le Preynit, a l.-r.:.iher .- f icout fifleeii years ago. He gained
"pay $-I in advance, will ree'lve the ax Asr T. I e- i1111 e esteem of his neighbors, and while
] lT.-. until January 1, 1 ino u ille (own was incorporated was its et-
O"". -- n Ja u dd id 6- gU Idri- f htlul U itir". ".(I.rl' -' i ti, nltiayor. Thllough an invalid,
' t,-tijaiot our fight, but we feel in- Prevati au-l hirs brIther-in.ia. Lmirl li.l has succeeded iln buildijig a line
J'-pSelled to-remark that the. Standi.rd Hornie ne'i running a lasm -.ere I.,- I.-nc and orange grove.
...-.-- ". ,ON Tuesday of last week hoe came
Swasy in .cr small business w en it at- twern tleir he-onc laud the \\Wn.'sn-', i town tor his mail, and returned ine
Tekedl that "colored folk's column in n t lie f..rmi-r's bhri I L the road i apparentt good health. He retired
Sthe -Te-lrain, and the editorial reilmkE-i t an lu n d, -A.; i .- ;'- -. .'-' 1 eight' to hIs wife, wlho remained
in i telegram was deserved, r gin- a .re, t. brau f tl .own stairs to take care of her sick
Now1is the time to send .in your being ca.1-,.re h on tll iAround.. Tie -ister-iii lawy, Mrs. George. Wednes-
4scriptions. We give several lpr,.m- horbre wa killed in-til.nty, aidm MIr. ,Lerlhusnaud and rsthe. little datlled to
iiins, either of which are worth h..- Prevatl lirnd ahi.utt Sin hour. His ,,t' Mr. Weilnian, and asked: "Are
aofuseription; and in addition. ilimlyv end was a ry sa' hl.,lw h ,I, l awake, or are you all dead upl
u-..- ,. u tcr V,:,n a 'his .w.-L \i sai. ie n iny rin-lttr there?" The little girl answered,
P.-pay one dollar now will n the nir.l ur iliv l **L'm awake and up, but Uncle. Mar-
doanipagIr tilliJan.1,169h),n t iiith preni- tnhe'ei i
oneirtillnJan. ,13,wipremi- Ithe ctulire counts-. -teller is asiiep rwith his eyes halt
: ap pe."e On going to his room it was
. u Subscrl e-now. 7---- .i..,und"that he was indeed asleep. but
'-W-,Thda safe in the county elerk's --.tce .'- ,'.,: .J' t (I,'Jn l'. ,0ot to wake again til! the resurrection
-4: Ik:e"*d.dw one evening lst wei-n-'-k. T-i-, i- i'vce- n ivd !-id tL-,akr iiorini. The shock was a hard one,
liked one ,evening lat wt Te-- h- nde u a -iid at onet i lie the life ot his sorrow-
SncIwhch time all elgirts to open it. 'r" ... .. : companion was despaired of.
J': i sve proven fruitless. Mr. Barei l'" -" The it neral took place from the
*;' eK B P n fruitless. Al r B a r vii M L BYr ioven ..K MLll- A I E vangelical chlirch T h u rsd ay niorn -
attlhie time, and since his c etuin -i s, l .i. Cn .- i .... i a clia phreachi Trsday erniorn-
V'il 'le "rn i ll .nell, ot i- p ig, I Ir. .Bean preaching the rlo
Sftblliy-t.o getat certain ]nipri..nt Daur (. n o d o
r o o n1e i" r jtC D r -. lare 1 o i pufac ry of fleiend bs of te
,.aWeioito. has aoed. him 'slch an. I at ". 'li, .-ct-eased. T"i soul agony ot the
i e n. ._i T h to 'aiatn "n .\Lee i.. Mow was not witnessed by a dry
;oyance, Theaotbitonwon t niK. I .. -.nk .. C ,, -rna1 ..1nX Mrr.n, Ta ."
th- e has the [ n ,k IIsr -nekvck s:-h-',l.
Sheriff Bigham haa relaillied time Mb. M. E" Fil.l0. amlI Mi 1 i'; .ii. NOTICE 7TO D rEBTORS.
,; 1 -pond ia tine rearotbhis houie ar d b.r- I im-err, ,,f ( ,it ,.vil.- :i., ('"I..l at e e s
-rel factory in- town, and n ow hLass ,,-ne Ihq e C:yrccge ,i.- .eI,,.,- l t i ,..t 0 -
."" RSI 2.1-s Fiesi-a jut rdo ha t-..i, cake satisfactory settlement by Dec.
iof thbfinest garden spots i turly-fc" .. .
o Ift ehaast gone to otn.icrahine a,.icur, atiu.s h.r I st, or their accounts will beadvertised
..states. e a gone to M. J. F. \ vil.-kI.Lhar'e und sold to the, highest bidder,
expense;'dratiiuig and filling in, an.I of (C' ,nij,.r l;uk 2hItII. 2t J. B. COASEY, S$.
the adjacent' properties of Dr. Jai(l.-
-goaConCoCoultcr,f`N-. Ty-r and- .P 1. '-0 10 rAd .. ..hT S o clhil.iitihatwanbuilding
tSlStewart. ireall ir-.-re or lebs ljRcSnl; N 'd .' ,. -' I. -, '. OV .isLtoi-S .. .BITTERS.
S'- sheriff .ti' ghanm is a worker. -.. ..I.... ..'. .......-; :it- n is 1- tilto. lake, ....- M. l i,- indi e.

^TJatCs the

?al Strong
The. marked benefit which people In run
down or wc.kencd stkte of health derive
L : i ", ,:, _- *i ,i it .. s n. t a.t like a crimT'lant,
i-i'' i .:I1 *I.I' tlr l thir.nm which there
must follow a reaction of greater weakness
than before, but In the most natural way
Hood's Sarsaparilla overcomes that tired feel-
ing, creates an appetite, purifies the blood,
and, in short, gives great bodily, nerve,
mental and digestive strength.
S F.agged Out
"Last spring I was completely fagged out.
5 i t, -it-!h left me and I felt sick and mis-
ti.-.l, aLi t !,.? time, so that I could hardly
attend to my business. I took one bottle of
Hood's Sarsaparilla, and it cured me. There
Is nothing, like It." I.,C. BEGOLE, Editor
Enterprise, Bellevillo, Miich.
"I derived very much benefit from Hood's
Sarsaparilla, which I took for generaldebility.
It built me right up, and gave me an excel-
lent-appetite." ED. JEnKxS, lMt. Savage, Md.
N. B. If you decide to take Hood's Sarsa-
parilla do not be induced to buy anything else
instead. Insist upon having

Sars a airiS
Sold by all drugglsts, S1; six for ,5. Prepared only
by C. L HOOD & CO., Apothecaries, Lowell, Mass.
100 Doses One Dollar
N OTICE is hereby given that I will,
under and by virtue of an order to me
directed by His Hon. Ben Friedman, coun-
tv judge in andL for-Levv county, Florida, and sell to the" highest and
best bidder for cash, in front of the court
house door. in Bronson, Florida, on the
first Monday in December, A D. 191,'tlihe
sametieing the 7th day of said moith, all
that certain piero. parcel or tract of land
belongih t- er o.:- -f EmmaR. How-
nrd, dkc-a,,i.. : 'ii_ *1 L,:- i" county, Flori-
'd 1i, k1n1.% it .l .1--.-;.i-,I JA- follows to-wit:
-n ijr.'> IV qr -.,'. 17Tp. 18 SR 15 East,
'il.-inia i :r ni.r. ,r les,. .tirtl, r
liini Jl ii, lilI .pilu tt,-n in.- ~ I rle r l'_llt i
.1.,.l.i,;tc or in any wise appeirtaining,
,,il i'iid sold to pay the indebtedness of
Stid,. .-- it-.. Purchaser to pay for-titles.

In Circtiit Court, 5th Judicial Circuit
of Florida, Levy County.
Minnie Pi':an,. .
vs. Divorce.
J. H. Brown. "
UpT :.. ha in2 1-..en filed in my office
Ir n -i- -- n. of the said J. TI.
Brown is-unknown, and that he is over the
asi oftw'tnttv-one years; It is ordered that
tli,- s:;d J. II. Brown do appear, plead, an-
swer or dfemur to ti .lii Lin.A ')lit, l. i ni filed in t! ii' r ..:, in ,r bel'ir'
M',udla, ri- 7th of December,, A. D. 1891,
or ihi 1:1i i bill -.0i 1 .. t ,.-i, a' ,'nufessed
hlir. It i;- ( L *h, i'l',, -i ',l [hl u. hih ,-mld-r
tie 0ul 'lih.t-l I'ir fI-,nr n--. irii\ i .i.-e ks
in the LEvY 'iMa--irM,,CR.iT. a ni"-
[-a ,. r p1lihh ',l .it Br,': I I>l], L y ,nY ntY,
F l. r i li.
i;.IL .J.\ ME' M. BAR'70.
SClerk Cirouit. C0.,rt..
H. B., D.C.
Henry B. Coulter, Pitffs A i t
Bion" .,-n, FI.I N-.:. f. Sfi, l.
'ITHi F. is -i'r.rli i\,:i tI i i the under.
N i:i.-' ii i- rf.. ru. I a Con'iiian and
A.LX s.,i i-', --r I,' I ll|,.-" ''1 .'Onst-ruct-
iil', r,'r;ni .iiii I ii- i i-i-., a railroad
i,'> i ..i, I I...ii i .' i'. iiiii i betw een
Lli t l i r *:,' :roi., i "-il Fi...rlI I, between
the Aucillia River and the Withlacoochee
River to the waters of Tampa, Bay in trh
State of Florida, p:-ii-,_i i- the
counties of Jefferson, M ii,.I-'ii, T, I. r. 'la-
i"., ..-it,, Levy, Al .:,. C; i ,i, A arion,
Hernando, Pase ,. .nr- l, ;li-l..I.i..'l. This
notice is given ii, it l i- u'ilrnt -.,- .itain a
c -.i.i r i.-I h ..1-t.'rr..h',i fi:- said company
n".r W .I ii h .1 o'.I- .ifAl-...i eus and Tamipa
Railway Company, from the said State of
Florida, according to the statute of said
1.'I.- i -ii' ,i- i;ase made and provided.
Ti- '.i .I..r 12th, A. I)., 191.
And Associates.
Land Olrce at Gainesville, Fla.,j
S Oct. 10. 1891. i
Notice is hereby given flhat the follow-
ing-niamed settler has filed notice oif his in-
tention to maze final proof in support of
his claim, and that said proof.ivill be made
before Judie, or in hils absence, Clerk Cir-
dcut Court a Bronson, Fla., on Dec. 4,
JC '-EPIf 0. HARD)EE, of Chieflnud,
lId. 16037 for the NE4 See, 26 T It S. R.
14 E.
He names tile following witnesses to
irove his continuous residence upon, and
cultivation of, said land, viz:
H. A Diurrance', 1'. A. MecCollister, Ro-
bert Jones-and W. A. Jones, of Chiefland,

Eberhard Faber's
---Cejair ran-&d_. --

All persons not authorized are cautioned
against handling cedar branded as above.
Address all communications and offers
ot cedar to
545 & 517 1'eaerl Street,
New York.
Read the TiiMaEbDEMOCRAT.

n AAJ3fl?

lThe Rzolesale i, t t:.i l 'ier-
.. .... We buy for ,',-i iad
can rffhrd tr sell cheap. On
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Hit 0 1.'t'. 'et. 11 'i'. f, Ih 'I :Jiij sto

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1 tm -/ 1- I- -cu 'Ifltfl I cllon

Epperson, Lummus: Co.

We can make it to ?'r0r ,;ie .' '
to trade with us. 11 e i(r'e going
to it' tSC our customers by sell' .: : -
thea w/a they ditit at ( ;
ingly lcw. prices. Bear this ct- : -
in mind. us for. .
orange crates,

e BUY 'for G'ASH and BUY to SELL!

$ T.R Y

I have just c liurgsm m4y store .llisi to make room' for iiy
large new stock of dry goods and groceries,-.and
am prepared. ti,.'sell very low. In fact, I -
will not be undersol-d. qoncst,
eh. i *. "i/s and low pri-
S-.. ces" is mn y
.. ... ...- motto.

... .. ... ........ ................

Hats, Caps, l

I am agentfor. the "CGOS.ii, ]-i.l..,',' aind "Sea Fowl"
Guano, and -.,:a s*ll y'u a'' T-ei irscSe ;em'' or
.F r' mP r'".'/' /./, at /t-O' t / piu'tcete.
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Produce received and Sold On Consignment. Give me a c-


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Everything Sold cat ROCK BOTTOMr Prices for The Cash
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Fo r KiIds ofC u r 1 ProduceS .


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for the Ailments of Man

and Beast.

A long-tested pain reliever..
Its use is almost universal by the Housewife, the
Farmer, the Stpck Raiser, an-d by every one
requiring an- effective liniment.'
No other application compares with it in efficacy.-k
.This well-known remedy has stood "the fest of
years, almost generations. ...
"No medicine chest is complete without a bottle of
Occasions arise for its use almost every day..
All druggists and dealers have it.

LOOK 11 CI TB ucT s Far rASHES andf

otqlOetg, taC o91 Ca WIo tnia reel O, u, t Bud. Steel l0 1P nc. A tt Itcaetsi Ca.
leat, Time Triad and Tested, Durable, Handsome, Well Made, Guaranteed Steel,
,-LO'V pv'RICEan t-,
Agents Wanted. Liberal Discounts. Send for Catalogue.




Write for ciroulara and estimates to

The Styron Femef Co., I 3.
soto 88s ulonSt.,Iirrflk, Ta.,awid 125 market St.,Phill. 1 dl list, t
N.B.-Tfyonwill mention tHil pap
when lwrtltg a'7,d end us a.t re;eng of i'. g
active farmers, we will malyeu a handsome
Souvenir .
A' A- A A A- A A A. .A .- -A -. A. -


And there is ift charm about It,

1Vahin r~i~e S yb y using; oa0-"

'i Sold from' the Neabo aId to the

br sd3of -Ma N Pry&,ifps.~ o o?,t
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` nce wh j Ir I^ ^n

1 f4 s anib' molded rubber tir
Ia ns G a t 'r. e ctlo fit -ln s

rench ad oiler. Equal in quality to thoe old oan the
[~mah.nt for $4.00Wehv bothboy' andgia' awyle,
Soyou w fnt o arat one to
TERN P CO., re8 D rbo t eng, steel
'Ir. n molded rubber tires,
mre I 0 eh both boy.s ae d sh l 'styles.
o eyd1 'yot10orite at once to M
RNNP _C2..0, 29 sD..ja mo e rub.,her ti.

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~~ Ourble.

u, u.1TEED.


CHIEAP. b;I rloo

& u'so. Co..


STetter, Ground Itch, Itching Piles, g
Worm and all Itching Sin Diseases.
If you have TETTER, matters not hew long it has
existed, TETTERINE will as certainly cure
you as you use it.
.Harmless, Painless and Fragrant.
BfS REYV Refunded if you ase dissatisfied
F 0fNU i with the results-Referenoes-
Southern Bank of theStat of Georgia, Chat-
ham Bank, andNationallBankof Savannah.


~'A 17K. -! Y-P. .: *-!TH
~t"1.!. .N- F;,.eJt *L i !7. 1 1 L IC r i -I


m~ ~cS~

Every pair stamped on the bottom
WAL' & CO.

If he does not keep them the pub-
Usher of this paper will tell
you where to get them.

A~A~%~p~ 5:s.i~ Elr MYACi!l Ecd
Pnj,'. vf-1 FPG[ ` rRCTQRY' -
SIN. I'C.P. '2O"S1 &S S -qi, '5Y TGTHAVE,

A dju,-t ~ a ble Extension Stazid.

~'~~is one of Ot) J aon",tnloi c-.qhe iiibila ~it-iec 'or o 0,.-yt
buuLntmesah r i j 1'I'rruek-. oan en, i ~ie t)I ~I CIr- In 'I :,I' -.1W L-.;
If ..5~'rat f 1. I t Iiihe marn w 'e 't',*In ?,1 Irl s he i.
nisnrs.jlesr Cr r,5O s .i1',, i d. f 4- J
no WIPE spit u.qiMIt. cl! bAwe a lehdor ivtv.!it1% IM !.5 -~'N E r6 71..T fhe: Tr:n:. A"e:!- .l
T ER RE H A U TF 0A RRI RA C'm A .1 U 1-l" "yi CJ., T: Irr J 11a uZ a

No. f, Solid ITires,' ,$S4100
No. 2, C-no'Ig TEras,'

ft~ 3, LOW. b Sird Tires,
Ou~t $85.00
n..C. UR A1i--

eTRIcTLY 19o. 3 C, Ladies' Cushion Tires,
HIGH GRADE, 895.00
.o. 4, Converilble Solid Tires,

1No.4, 0, Cushicb Tires,

U314on'No' better

any- price.
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Ye Iixonf lel iilamlfps l'oo I1^91de llnuitrail Caiikuiof Cuu, RION.,Imsvrcri, 'Mdi irsg C-%d of al l kjuh, ek~
ww .wri4'_ -1 --- '-* I--rrr r'W, oe-~,--

Be Sure a ur nainais o013 the IL.SM .


The Pittsburgh LaOip
is one, of those inven.
tions that seems to'be
finished. It seems to
reach the end as to
'goodness of light

.The only care
it rbquire/is

Dirt falls out when the chimney"
is taken off, not into a pocket as
in other central-draught lamps.
Putting in a new wick is a very,
easy matter indeed.
' 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.
'Pitnsburgh, Pa. PITTSBURGH 1RASS Co.
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[ i { "s *~ e ,h, ,w... r l t r,. 1 ivont-
/ & ,> l.s-'..r t or.,. oilye gnihln trom d to
0- Atllae' 1. e V/C~li ^O7 ho1
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Amon, the fLest of A grimnttr10 itrtntllics'
anti the On~ly ote of 1- tpt-(hIass t"ttlo'tt, IIltoti
Cools NO 1tlt~e. l OtIst- ac. ttttoetr, bult
viend your 2a czmTs at once to Ulie

AGENTS WANT ED WnvrE Port Tenz.-s.


It will pay you to get our prices and, Investigate this ma-
ohine which is the latest embodiment of every desirable Im.
provoamnt. Simplest, most efficient asd perfect attaohments
ever made. Correspondence invited. Write at once to
ee& 70o S. CAN ALST., CHCAGO, I .;



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In the Factory, Engine Room, TBachin e Shop,
Plumbers' iand PainSters' Shops, and n
place where oly waste or clothes atre nued.
. .hey are acnowledgedI by all to be the best
thing for the purpose ever invented.
Frank E. Fitts M'ifg & Supply C0,0
..76-.78 Pearl Street, Boston.

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Parlor, Libra. .oLti'imr.ou- .ndh(.,-ak" Rtansl
and L~ael. H, ~.Ir.~e1ins. IAvtidqht 4 chos.-
Hegtetenuc, ,:, lr,.iSW e~Ic~tI ls,.eizofla
niture Man'fo t.- .J L tW-.Lu.6Iit,,, l f-to,0, t3111M

1pHIS is the .inachine that
is used in the Office,
Court-room, and for reporting
lectures and sermons.
Whila it speed is greater than any
other known method, it is so simple
that any intelligent person can gaihza
speed of 10o or more words per min-
ute, in five r ,six weeks, without the
_ai; of an instructor. C:rculars and.
.-stimoniaals sent to all who mention
this paper.
Sole Agent for U. S. and Canada.

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