The Levy times-Democrat

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The Levy times-Democrat
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Levy times Democrat
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Alternate title:
Williston sun Levy times Democrat
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Williston sun
Place of Publication:
Bronson Fla
Democrat Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
September 29, 1892


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


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Ceased in 1927?
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Oliver J. Farmer, editor.
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Description based on: Vol. 8, no. 49 (Nov. 13, 1890).
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t'or President: TIE T'AlIi'-UNST -AND Itul, startling a this inayv appear, T SC EXPOSED into thecount executive committee
GROVER CLEVELAND, UNEQ UAL TAIATlIO. p :ternalism is growing ill other di- as a proxy (for be it known this foxy
.... 1 t reactions. Thererl is a clamor goi ll, u, politician does not hesitate to beg a
Of New York. all over lhllc.,.ount.y for rotvcrnmlenital -'O 0, OD O 7TE OCALA proxy to further his schemes.) At that
Fo'Pr Vice~. Predent:o Ho ouirlatfcrson, < u goer n l ior n e DEA DSm, WIT-1A meeting he either succeeded in pulling
For Vice'President; of 1 Iiencsst. ILI does 1not (line il tie ,oril'l o(f con-
: ADLAI E. STEVENSON, :'4C .r unln.l structirg 1a1 o, 0for the l promotion of FIOvJI TlE 1'. P. the wool over the eyes f the comnmit-
:-'",";* e Illinos ,o conlmereec. it (dos not co(me in tihe- tee or else he had confedlerates, for he
Of Illinois. While profoundly convinced of' tile form of improving navigation on on' ie sys the LedIer's are Designin~ succeeded in railroading through a
great illjustilce (do10110 e fannlers, and great rivers and lakes, whereby the and Intrieuing Politicians and resolute' a to nominate the People's
E. ", whivile I stani&ready tq do \ylhatever il railroads would be compelled to re- Place Hiniers- I Te- Lette andconvention, and that a
DERMOURATIC STATE TICKET. me lies as a' meTber of this House lo duce the cost of transportation ailnd f lr : -e Leter d been de-
lift the burdens of bad government tile people wo'lld bo secure in cheap which ,,ow's qhchi Way the ., '.thp People's party. He evi
Fo ... .r ( '.In: 'mth.eir shoulders, I have ot esi- and permanent chainnes through Wind is ilo 'j, dent -ishe', to have the county nom-
I- IENRIY L. MITCHELL 1,l'ta 6I l psC certain financial wIlich lteir eno01,rmous I 1oducti'on To im Frienuds in Mtarion County: nations made to his order before laying
.- o Hillsborough. T *.,-. 'proposed for their relictf. I eould fili thle inarket of Itte orld' na,
Si ;,. elatedd thesc schemies be.use No, the movement looks to another FELLOW CITIZENS:-It is with regret his wires to capture the Gubernatorial
l. pren~l; Cou rt* : Id .6.see inl tIlel all ,~'. ;..,- .. and a long and inal, step in the that I lay down the work in the cause nomrmiation.
.. .-WICK TA LOI)r erzoor d no 'aed ). t. Ifi oi o J A cr owe come to the Ocala and
:e-:',. .. .. .., 0..^;i-' .: .. ru._iI. I wirlt di-stor -t6 the entire nal government. I refer to the recent o rrm and poia .. .', Tamnpa conventions. Both convened
ScrI'atrv (- country. In Iv jud..a,'imenl no greater great conference held at 'St. Louis, but I can no longer stultify myself by on the same date. This pure politician
:;.L.. rAW :Or) A alhmittv tcohul'befall tle lallur than composed ot mariners and laboring g, endorsing and supporting a party in the interest of t!he dear people went
-)WINto div(rt Is at1c1inOl tronI ilie 4. CRW- neil, represei1ttill various industrial.
o W- k r \ak' !!. ,s ot ta 1is action atonl to aur T leoni I resentio. lese o in idutve which has in its first campaign adopted to Tampa to direct his forces there in
.. him into foIlowing a will-o'-the-wisp at'ievancsee to redress in their efilorts .the same methods of political trickery their attempt to capture theconvention,
; into tanil, ant11ied, and wholly to better their condition they have and whitewashing which it \has li eavi a force this henchman at
.i,uiractlicable finllanial scheme for mv.svmathies. Ocala to capture the People's conven-
te be ent of his condition. I diili'r wilh tiemu ( onlV as to the along been condemning in the ld par- tion, signally failing in each attempt.
Sn ..., al ., The injustice ti'the taner "begai remedy lor the ills of hich they ties. Chicanery, packed conventions' Then came the call for the Kickers'
A-A *' with hle inauuration into lower ot complai. Iin their platforin tlc secret caucuses among the chosen few convention called for July 14 at Jack-
S .. repu blican party, ad it cIli1inat- declare in favor of what is known to sonvillet entirely ignoring the Peofle's
I ',l.*,ron-. edl into a crime wlhen tile McKinley the country as the subtreaslrv plan. isnow the watchword of this great so ll etirely tnoringthePeonle's
-.... r .. *i-.': bill was enacted iuto a law. This Without int imating how the govern- kickers' party, whose candidates are in coimlete overthrow of
S -(1iS crime zIailnst tile fner, tlls crime mnont is to get tie money, otherwise result in the, complete ovrthlow1 of
-. : .. against lih wcll-being of organizedC han to create eIt it bv lat, e t dniand blatantly shouting over the State that himself and fellow-kickers, Mr. Baskin
a ". ", **T. society selff, tower's above any other that it shall speedily increase the cir- they are the Simnon-,ure unadulterated then sought to cajole the executive
-.-:,... : .. ';c Shols: grievance like tlhc Andls above a culating i ne]lium to $50 iper capital. reformers. Candidates who worked conlmittee of the People's party into
S. l.i.A A I' molcil. Thle farmers of tlis country Thev demand t1at tile overnlent a point convention with them (the
*".'{"- "- .a k,.. from a very ,ay period in its history shall own land operate all tleo railroads. the wires in secret caucuses, betrayed ickers.) Failing in this, he and his
..:' -- h;I-'. ,.,.- A'r'iltire: halii e prodlnctd uore, thl1an it could 'They demaud thlat, tle ghovermnei(t their friends to whom they had pledged fellow-kickers changed their call to
'.e1WELL consume. iiw surplus has been ait- shliall operate all the telegraph al themselves and finally in packed con- July 20 to conform to the date of the
-> nu .. .ally sh11pel' and sold in foreign a Ileplihone lines They dilemand that '
S-, .- markets Thi. sr)lus constitutes the government shall pay the Union vention secured the coveted and much People s party convention at Jacsonu
si ial !,c:ors: more titan liree-fourtis- of our ex- soldiers the dielbrence between the sinned for nomination are now saving vile. The.chicanery and trickery used
-:.- -;!i.,ELi-oRDof Hernado. ports. Its voltne, -notwithstanding price of the -roney paid to him during to the people "Behold m Hospot there, by which they succeeded in got-
.BLAELI. ,u all that hIas been said, in favor of tie tlia war and gold. Not a protest is ting control of the People's party and
SLk ELL W protected system, has increased year made against th o maladministration lessly and immaculately pure am I, manipulating it to further their own
S MAXWELL o Escainbia.-- by year until it has become enorm'ious of the pension laws. Not a protest is seeking no office, desiring none; lo! it ends, is only too well known to the
-W. N'. THOMPSON of Nassau, ill its propor'tionI, made against the iniquities and in- sought me The dear ople would true People's party. How well they
SIn 1891, not to say anytiling of other justice of onr tariff laws. Not a1 pro- m manipulated it the results of that coni
farm Iproducts, our exports ot cotton, test, is made against the force bill. take no denial. I must be their cans n.i eo
bradstuff, and provisions amounted Not it word is said in favor of open- didate, and I had to submIit." yeion sZot Ho vinf now e clear
..... DEMOCRATIC TICKET. to $557.881,994. This"vast snm was re- ing iup thlie markets of the world for l a 'eld, the forces of the Peoples party
SFor State Senator: alized in openn markets of fie word the production of the far. Not a ellow-cizs, a a People's party and the kickers united by rea
IO A Tr in free competitionn with the farmers word is said abo'll tie ilmprovelent, man I cannot recognize this hietcro- son of the People's party being gobs
S EWON A.-BLITC. of all other countries. It is not re- in the interest 'of agriculture, of our' geneous conglomeration of kickers, bled up by the kickers, under theban-
_F i ur Rtepresentative : alized by the sale of the surplus in the great navinab!o rivers. e le's er of ask & Co., the chosen band
W, D FINLAYSON iarl-ets of the Spanish-Anmerican Ri- Tlhe clamor is for prodigious results ; soe-ea and negoe aste o proceed to manipulate the county
kV. D. FINLAYSON. proceeded to manipulate the county
publics, with which the present Ad- results that are impossible unless re- party of Florida. When Bro Condon by a packed convention as corrupt as
F-. FmClerk Circuit Court: ministration is so solicitous lo iego- sort is hiad to the confiscation of pro- and myself ,started tlO Ocala Demands ever ola party convention was.
tiate treaties ot' reciprocity, but in thle perty. If all the gold and all the sil-
"" JAMES M. BAKRO. markets of turope and tot-hose coun- ver in circulatti( on he habitable we determined tnat it should wear no Now, fellow-citizens, you are asked
Slor '.-riff.: tries whih are engaged in competi- lobe were pled up in t11 national collar, but wage a relentless war to kill your yellowlegged chickens,
.W. Il. BIGi-AM. tionllwith tilis country in lanui actur- Treasury it would not be sufficient to against political corruption, and in my prpa'e feasts and get out anld "hoo
Sing and scllingsuel necessaries of life purchase the railroad, telerap, and raw" for the Simon-pure spotless can-a
Vo. doi-Cotiuty Judge: -as the farmers of America daily buy telephone lines of this country with salutatory as editor I gave notice to didates of Baskin & Co's kickers. They
SBEN FIEDMAN. and coisume. Under such conditions their app)rtenances. It ,it wore pos- designing politicians .in the following are not office seekers. Oh, no; the of-
BEN. RE I )A the protective taritl operates to stint sibhe for the government to comply o.d sice sought them. All this they would
-.FoeS'uiot. Public' Iistriection: and restrict the ft.i, ;. i Iarket, for wiih tie demands of the third party, :r l fl]er,i'/.
S" .IIELTON PILIPS. the peop..o ofothe .:i ,-...' e -. t army of officials and .temloves To ds-gnng politician who attempt a ve o believe. t ft
-- a o buy thie ',irpius of -r r,. :i ...,,,1 i t once lake control of tl go'- to use ltle Alliance as astelplg-sto e-- ot e h rbl .. a l to
-- For County Treasurer: items unless the farmers in die course ernment itself. In the grasp of such to further their selfish ends we would seeK ofhlce publicly and honoraly
T. IW. S1HANDS. of trade will take their mnerhacndise a'eentralized p:wer, our free institu- say, Go'!ow, gentlemen, we are on than to have it done for him by proxy
inll exchange for their products, tions would perish as the .snow melts the watch tower, and we propose to and by sacrificing frienId? I think
For Tiax Colleotor: Whatever restrict iumoortations under a eternal sun. [Applause.] you will a-11 agrce with me that anoth-
:. \V.. ANDERSON. restricts the foreign. market, and Ihe Mi. Chairman, theerisis is ai)proach- -eep our eyes open. We wlt 1hew t er great danger to which I can no
rs are not ly robbed ndr ingwhen rsiutions will b-put ne cip close eyes is-this: Those fel-
For Tax Assessor: this system by having to pay an l1ior- to the test. We must retraco our steps in, ie th eir hunger f ir ofice- ar- caf
T. J. PREVATT. moustax on Ilthe nccessans of life, and find our way back to. the paths" I wiil briefly, state my reasons for te h eir huigtr inro ona yee ari e caf
o t whether purchased frot tl thi imliorter trodden hi outr iattol'S. T'lie lri ni-e- refusing to go any further wi-h this divide the oflc's with him rather than
For County Surveyor: o. llipmallufac.turer oft' this country,, ple which glided themn in l t toinla- h p 111a p ide the ofhces wlthy i laler than
I. T. FUGATE. as I have ct'eadv explained, but tIhey tion of our overnint was to make d y be left out themslyes. Aready they
are forced to sell at low prices in the secure the life, liberty, and property lished a call for a mass convention to scent the spoils;of office and it makes
Joe Denies It. foreign markets because of thle re- of the citizen, alnd then leave him al- organize as a People's party for the them hungry. You are harangued
straintN which this system places onil one and u.lided to work out his in- and entreated to throw off the old par,
s:irki;e T:lIegraph. trade. We may here and there cur- dividual destiny as God has giycn State of Florida. This convention met t collar. And what are youd gyen
Alister E-leter tail an appropi nation bill, we imay re- hin tilhe will and capacity to do it. on the 19th of Feb., 1892. The 11Ho. in its place, sin4ply another colar, the
De.r Sur.' As it has 1il. rumanatcd sort to this or that device, but as lon2 This :rinciple, whlic is vital to ouor A. P. Baskin, woualdsbo-Goveinor of collar of BasKin and his ban,. Will
eiii,,ing\ :and-alishuslylrluniidthrew as this nefarious systen-of t direct insitultions, promotes selt-reliac, .
dl.? cl'niti.:, d:tt I am at'candl'dhite 1for taxation and robbeo y continues to ex- encourages individual eftort, and se- Florida, did not honor it with his aug, you wear ith? Ifso. vote for ask'in and
ligii rni-iable fur dis counties, sub- 'ist, agriculture v'ill not and can not. cures a race of brave and liberty-lov- list presence, although he was in Ocala hs co-kickers..
juit tI, ) de call of det ti'ide partic, prosper. Its decadence began with ing men .has exactly on that day atnd receive frequent bul Bufact pthe e, fdn lls that you know Better
aiildal I:un working' in de interest tlhe system andnothing will restore the opposite effect on the people. t face the dangers that you k
of Mister baskins-and Mister 1mann as its prosperity but its abrogation. The (lestroys sIef reliance aiml individual- letins thr6iaTh some of his lieutenants unseen and hidden ones.
I am a i-specttf.ll and ha-rd working' farmer needs no no.-tlrs, lie needs ity, anti first converts tile citizen into during the progress of the convention, Political independence no more ex,
main, and a earacter to sustain. k no props to sustain him, and It ho has a dpendent and th into slave. and his followers tai part i th its in te so-called P. P. of Florida
dis eilhod ob stateilg two d( ptib lic no favors to ask. Untranin'el hin, Tlhe salvation of the ConIfederale sold- i t it 'oes in the oled parties. For lid
Dat it i, a-disqu;lified and prou!- turn liin, ....- let i lihave justice, ice is. that lie was taught in the proceedings succeeded 'in passing a sel, I went into the People's party
g- .I al lioil. I art not a ecandy- not as a 11t aia (od given igt, seiol of adv rsity ie l esI-n of sell- resolution postponing further action nmvement for reform in pohtics, blt
ldaie. Nebbli.r 1d bh aud spe two, as and he will t complain, but Will reliance. 'The daer whici threat- the L. Lois conference. finding that I was"escaping Scyllao
S- i i ai ol, Benjtnin ileveland denso- grow in strength, happiness, and pros- ens ile Union soldier is that hlie was until after te St. Louis confeenco. indig that I was escaping Scylloon
,:a- trLat i Ublicve in letting' the office- seak perliy. [JLoud applause.] taught in the school ofl prosperity to At the adjourned meeting, after Mr. ly to be wrecked upon !i, .i._l,..:, 1
tie inann, and not de niann de office Mr, Chtairman, we are living in an leai on the government for aid. Ba-kiln had taken part in the St. Louis have tendered lty resignation as a
PlhIse put .dis in your paper and 'ge of rapid and incessant develop- I repeat it, we music pause and re- minli her of the county executive and
- otitlige. 1v JoE- HARLY, inent. Let Lus not be deceived by) the Irace our ste, f if we dio not we conference and voted in the afima cntrl committees and severed my
S p. S. me and Mister mann shook outward splendor of our material are destined to hav(e an aristocriicy of tive, we naturally expected that lie connection with the People's party of
i i111n.le de odder day and dats al dere prosp1erity, We are actors in tlie wealth more intolerant (iail the Ino- would be with us. -But was lh? eNo! Fiori'a, as a party. I shall cast my
i" ill it J. 0. drama not only ^ ourselves but for b;ilily of Venicee. 'lhe history ol man- T
'our country and those ivho are to kind shows that the extremes ol wealth Ie was along with somce o hisfolniwers vote regardless ot past party ,.i .
S" urefor rlyss. c e after' us. What, I ask, are the ttuie, 1and poverty always un ile in thle suib- trying to capture tne Deomocrati clun Ii Lions. L. UTro'x.
.r o- .. Pa.a....s tendencies of our times? Are they version of good government. The i At th
Co-..k Cornelius, of Purcell, Ind. 110ot in thile direction of etralization men i the ndilo walks of life, the y executive enmnittee. At that con- c
.- ,.. -1 i :i "Mr ilied Mar. Pinson, and paternalisin ? ? Are we noIt rapid- nci wIho Ihave no 1avoers to ask and vention the I People's parl y was organ-
-'." i ,vite h iad- ,iaralsis in tile face, Iv drifting into a last struggi itl o between arc too i mdlependelnt o rineg : tlie ized, witlh ichar-dson as chairman ,' olnlh lv'UC/lc'.S. [ 'O tolC r'at]h-
t., biluy a bottle of' Chainberlian's Pai u eln crav a l iall whi Ih mI en, ill srt, 11 copose ra and F. II. Lyl scrarand no one h rop to e
-h' Ilci' g t 11'o nil ti unti nIlal yo'verii ei1t isat s '.ak' a nem d tile! of' the deIliiocIrtlu ltarjty, i!'e a.... 1" Lytle secr tar', and 1 o
*i nln. rT their greht surprise before Look how insiil iously but ]low su ely thle Imaistav and last hi(*e of free ill- was allowed to vote who did not sign (<---l o /. O/ t'ih."'-- (/el J
; ie l.t 1I' had all been uIuset she was the tares groV al-.i, outr fre instiLu- t situlions. [Louud itpphlausne.J 'hliny the roll as a People's part man. We _./). J 'a, gC) ) .l ]t'ty. c-tin-
.... -. "t .. 1 101'fl.aeltter Ier face e'ad been t yions.. mThe authors oi our tariIf sys- now con.liitIte tilt 11 orlitv, al d ili d t; n fl-eiia, this 1" )'Cu
l silo ; butthe Pain Paln tern aologized for i during tle war. bi bre tlieir substance is diaenlerg'at- next find this pure politician, this predet.
.''ev sad it was a wa1. i.n10sue lht( el tid heny ai-e rnuilred to povl2'y, leader in Israel, traveling over the 1
Sr '..I it.pan and soreness, and th V would be abrogated when the noeess:- hy will put their shoulders to the State-for what purpose? Why, to or. A jl/,o ,inds.
.. I It a3 .iiled its natural shape.'" ty lor its existence passed, wheel tll;(,% can ialk.e secure f lie heI ',
-.--- r cure for rhula- it did its .tors comprehend o oo government ei fathers ganize the Alliance into a political A friend in n i a friend indd,
"" Ii l. lme l liIek, l spraiis, sweclli1gs, how ,la'id it was to eradicate plter- bequeathedl -1hm. Let the1n demand- bi.dy'for the 1iu'pose of capturing the and not less than one m million people
I '.,'- 0.I. 50 een, 'ott.les lor saleb I- lualilsl when thle 1-Jnfaetionis 1 t go l- purity in puilich life, eoo lUy iI the Tampa convention. This is tlhe man havo Ifollnd just sI Ish a friend in Dr'.
J. Ml..;:iu son &.5 S '. l .ao.Lrws, Arlhcer. evil grew. Iai ing repealed t x-s of pub!ie servants, no more taxes than who in the county Alliance one year iKings cw l Discovery for CIIonsunIp- -
'.' all kinds on wealth, the greed o capi- the necessities ofl the gioveriinlent re- ago pledged himself to support the tion, Cuughsi, and Colds.-Ti'.you have
\ k in the peopi's par'v plat- tl I.ok n.tler step forward anid s- ie, and that there s1all be1111 nob 1l- ticket placed in the field by the St. never used this Great Coulh Medicine
--- Ilk r th- i.ppt pars pdat- cured tin enactmlet ot tlIh tarlihi Iaw vo'red, lrol. tld, r 1 rivl'eged pier-'-

huursas a day't .of 18o, wheri-elhy the ta )1 1xes on lhe son, cl-Ilsses, colll lies, or seclioils Louis conference, and now we find one tlial will convince you 1hat it has
S.. ..,ich fact lends the Gaines-r necessarlies consumed by tl(- people but, in the language ot .lefflhirsoii, him when that ticket is in the fi-.ld vonderful curative powers ill all di-
!- (-_.: ). *aEagle to remark: ,, hat were raised to an average duty of -. c Iqual and exaet ijuiniice to allnen of t D i ass of Troat, Ce and Lungs
i. !.l r.-come of the cotton and tobac- per cent. Seycn years tiransired slld whatever stte orl'suasion, religious till hanging on to time Dmo a ra (ae hoat, Chistineed to do all S.
: fi. il ,,f t.he South if the planter's the votaries of protection again secur- or political." 'Tien thIe genius of party for the purpose of capturing it. hat is (ll ied o1 money till be rc-
... i.ud ` only worked eight hours a day? ed possession of alil brani hes of the properity will come like the 1sun111- At the same lime this versatile gen- f lt ied1 ri l o e frm al tt t
I lihe lid not commence work until 6 government, and tliheu in the face of lighi It l "heaven and preside at the .it'illlJu 'riul te flee lat .1. A.
S o'clock, tie would, allowing one hour the poolelin defianlce of jusl-icei, andhnI ies of all the people through all iu was working theropes with the ,Tack-os Drug" tire. Largebottles
i -tr inner qhtit work t o'clock, t in contl)tl of the constitution,, raised lhe land, in every State, from ocean to aid of his lieutenants to have the Peo ;10-. alnd i$I.00.
r inner, qlop it wohis k system nd3 o'clo e p. tC taxes.on hlltle n,'earieC (f lile to ,elel. [ f.oud 15111l 11011o.'1g(ap- plie's party State convention postponed
i laud owner and laborer would starve, until after the Democratic conyetion Death pays respect neither to youth
.-': "- 1 nalis, and itwill be seen lthat iOs lTor' m'any years Mir. Thonipson of had adj nui-ed, so that it hle and hisis nor t141,1cno;, hi-mt mows d,,wn 10
DesJcrvSiU Ciseo growilh luls lbeCen qiualy raplid. It Des MAoines, Iowa, was severely al- crew fled to capIure tle Tampca cor. i, ct, at!! tulter i'o te gart
W-- V desire to say to our citizens, has ben theo o'icy of this government, lited thll chronic diarrlma. ilI venion they mih still i.ay ciauce l
I l,.'i' w a be 1oselling- fon its earliest histoere, to pay tlin- t still love a chance
l a.1 lars twe-slaveycIg 1) sills to honorsellV di'charged s.ldi, rs says: l"A ti es it was very severe; to ca1 ture h. People's cnventi, lreEemree't Wiine o0 Cardui
S King' New Discovery forcllonsumptlllionl who were disab.led in the serviCe of so lunch so, that feared it, would end e ( is next clever do Ige was un|er ve' THEDFORD'S BLACK-DRAUGHT are
Dr. king'sNew iLife Pills, DBucikln's hh'ei cont.iy. For some years after ny lile. About seveu 'years ago oI. o anlOran r r'o- n-sale the fooim,.ng merchants in
A"n" Arnica S.ilvo and Electric iBitters and( thie war the l .;'., roll was not ex- chlanedl to plroc'ure a bottle of Chain- of A S, Ma' lrage Ir c- O te fol
h: have in.:-v,.r lu ntlled remedies that sell c ,s ive, but thle policy greuw intil to- ler- hhs(' f,111 Ch1olhra lnd )ilrrhL'ci vention to call together hid hand for Ii ev ,ounnlt. :
a*, well ortl hat have given such uni- day we are pitying to an arny that. litn ( o a a l l) a, t. i b h Statoeec ,1. !L f' i-. \e s!., lit'on .n;
verbal ,a tistaction. We do not hesi- wasdischargeu fr1,m1 IiluoliCy .ervice Iiumedy, iL gave mIle )romlptl relicit', the purposea-f lurng the ,atexe I It, ;, I& l]H, Anilhl-:
n" wt.l lo i. taranteo thel n ever lie, more than a quarter of a ,'nllry ago ald I Ivlieve 'ured me gca1-ly, utiv- clmmitee ofy thy le'ples pay' .t'i,.k, : ... (u,, .itl ,A n;, ,

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

-' -. : I rb. nie "'c .., .... -. "! T'7to ?s (a ogK"ng l, oOnpl.e' .uirt i .. --. -~
Ignoring the fa6t that for more than The following letter is being -sent
thirty years the democrats have not! out by the chairman of the people's
had control of both brai'cleos ot (Cou- I p n it isad i spas Rf
gries a1 the Execie part .' ere it is; and it speaks foit
at one tiim our third party friends it cil:
presume to censure it for leaving Jacksonville, Fla., A gust 31, 1892.
things of interest and importance to M .
the people undone. Rload what tlhei My Dear Sir-I want the name and
democratic party has dofe in their in- post- office address of a tirst-class mall
teoress when as "a powerful minoIlty ii e.cry precinct ill your county that a
it had a little power and then conjeec- w c cln have ai)l)olld by (the United
tue what iti wIould have done' and Statescourt, supervisor of election i
what it will do for tie people when Noveber.
it comes into power. You must give the name of good
During its career from '85 to '89, it nien, inen of nIve, men of judgment,
restored more than 100,000,000 acres 1and they-must be respectable. The
of unIearned land granted to the public United States court will make the ap-
domain0-for the benefit of poor set- pointment for us.
tiers. j I Don't fail to attend to this promptly
It paid nearly $200,000,000 of their because the court will be calling upon
public debt, and'at the same time paid "lfor I t '" before long, and I must
more mo for pensions than ver have ist, ll and complete.
paid before at the same time. l e sure and giy me Ie name froin
It reduced I lie expenses orth go- ievcry precinct. Very truly yours,
Crlnmcnt $15,000,000. BI S.S. Hlarvev.
It dispensed with hordes of useless I Clm'n. State Ex. Corn People's party.
and inconiwetnl otlicials. L. 1). X13,
It broke it) lhc Indian ring, land P. S. Let me know what you folks
-rings and tradeship rings that flour- are all doing down therein lle way
ishedlc under republican administra- of an organization. Get a county ex-
tion. eciitve committee and give me their
It, substituted business methods and names. Start anl organization ; get in
economy fo'r jobbery and extrava- some kind of shape, so that we canl get

grallce. [o lV owork with you ai0 hlielp you 111
It w'as lthe democratic party that that county. Let me hear from you.
pealted the odious and ulinjus tenure The United States court is none
of ofle act. other than Judge Swayne, and Mr.
A democratic Con'gress passed the Ilarvey says that lie will call on himi
act forbiddiig the ownership of land shortly (o name thel men to be ap-
bI) alienss, pointed as supervisors. As Judge
A democratic Congress investigated Swayne is a republican, is it not rea-
the affairs of the Pacific R, R. sonable to suppose that, if he makes
The democrats reduced the fees on these appointments fori Mr. -larvey,
postal money orders, rdid extended he ald his people's party advocates
the ireo delivery system, will work for the interest of the re-
A democratic Congress ordered tile publican party: Consider 'this, citi-
adjustmeint of railroad land LranTts.. zens ot Stivannee, before, you cast
and authorized the issue of small sil- your ballot for people's party candi-
yor certificates. ates.-Banneo. .
The efforts of' tihe present dCmocra-
til IHons;0 to 1)(Inefit Ithe people iave S'tate of Ohio, C(iy oFToledloi
been frustared by a republican Senate, Lucas County. "--
or haye been indeliiitely pigeon- Frank J. Chlieney makes oath that
holed. Among these is a bill to take lie is the senior partner of the firm of
ofil the tax on raw wool, a tax that hasg business in
crippled the woolgrowing interest by I'. J. Chiecy & Co., doing business in
injuring the manufacturer wihle it the city of Toledo, county and State
has oppressed the consumer. aforesaid, and that said.firm will pay
This sallle bill also reduced the tax the sui of ONE 1IUNDRED I)OL-
on woolen good].,
Another bi lireived cotton-grower. LARS for each and every case of CA-
of heavy taxes on cotton ties, and rTARInit that cannot be cured by the use
wheat-growers of taxes on binding of Ilall's Catarrh Cure. *i
twinkle. ,FRANK J. CIIENEY.
Ainothel' bill reduced thile tax on0 tin-e and subscribed
plates, a tax whih takes $10,- n to before me and sbried
000,000 to $1l5,000,000 a year trom1 the in my presence, this 6thl day of De-
Colnsumers of canned goods, has shut cenberC, A. D., 1880.
ip) cunnlling establishIlenlts, thus driv- A. W. GLFAsoN,
ing workingohlen out of employment, ^'"' Notairv Public,
and has inade all in goods and roof- S'cal
ing niat,.'ials higher: -
-Ilall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter-
LEiON E,,LIXIR. f.inally and actls directly on the blood
t.s ifl.r,'fil j':. on the Lierer, aud mueou.s surfaces of the .system,
Sitoma.'IGuh, Bolne" c lmilWneys. Seold for test inonials, free.
For Dili'lusness, Constipatibn iind F. 'J CENEI & CO., Toledo, 0.
Malaria, take Lemon Elixir. g d~'Sold by Druggists, 75c.
For Indigestion, Sio-k and Nervous
headache, lake Leilon Elixir. The seeming shipwrecks we meet
For Si plessc -s, .Nervousness and with in tile voyage of life.often prove
Uearltail re take Lemon Elixir. the very things which best speed our
taor Fevers, C lis al Debility' course to the hayou where we would
Laluies, lfo natural and thorough or- be.
ganic regulations, take Leoluon Elixir.
.I)r. Mozlot's Lemon Elixir will not Cap ll. '. A. A.bbeft. wlho has long
fall you in any o thie aove lutinaed been witli Mes-srs. Percival and IIat-
.il', all ot whhh ari.-e from a to--
o tou, Realea] Estate alnd Insuralce Bro-
ines 1or botoels. kers, Desi Moinies, Iowa, and is one of
Prepared onl0 by Dr.- '. [1. lozley, the best known aindi l ost respected
Atlamuta, .i. 50e. and $1 bottles at 1i c s enn ii ill that citi, says: e"-ut
idl g;i.t. testify to time good (iial'itics of Cliam-
A PROMINENT MINISTER berlin's ConIgh Remedy-, having
NWRITES used it in my family for the past eight
Afcterell years of ( great sufle'iIf g year:, T a'ln safely say it has no equal
['r,'um ildiest uit, wilh Ilreaot ner i( l ;eit ,her o!ds or 'croUi.'' 50 ce t
prostr'atioln, biioulUlc disordcredl
kidney s aml coln.l ia!io.lo 1 ave bottles flor sal by J. L Jackson &
been 1urred )bv D)r Mozlcys Lenoon Son, li'onsonl: and 1 C. C. Andrews,
El ixir ad ml am ni wn a veil nman. Arlher.o
1it'-. .C. EC. C .IA >, E..>. M .E. (li urelh
SYoutl, No. 28 Tatnall St., Atlanti, We hold to tmhe use of both gold and
.. silver as a standard money of the
lRiches are hut like the leaves ofa a, unl'IV, and to Ihe (coinago ot both
Iree,, beautiful for a season: ibut when d goland itlver as a standard money
winter storms arise, they lall ofl; and of the country, and to the coinage of
are blown away. bot. gold andsilver without iscrini.
-- nain"g against either metal, alnd with-
Jhuckl'(I s IA i' ica Ss'o'e. lmut caliage for minilage.-Natijnal
The best siAlv-e in thle world for cuts, ;)elioi-ratlic Platfornl, 18;12.
Il is So 'es, U'le r; alt llheu-lil, '
lv So.-, T r, (laped We recognIlize ill (Ill Is ald eoulbi-
( Il l]lh iill-, ( o n lr f, i ld al; l S k in1 J tip i
lik l, lt, 1111 -i ci thly lr-s Ptile orm nmo i ailio s, which are designed to enable
pay reqiied. It is g uaran teed to! capIital to secue more than its iust
give perfect iati, 1 a1t iol, or money re- share of tihe joint llodult of capital
l d. PI.c .I>orbox. For a labor,. the natural consequences
Lu other i prohilbive taxes which prihre-
Vr .I .. .1 H Ip i th t vtent f1'r e com pleition, which is the
\ "e 'it ll ... ili. t of hoie, t. tr"do, hut we believe
time-lonlored I'a-int of the lemocral bayn Ie adde ivy law andl we demand
i arty. qual riglits o all, xi'ftlsiv a l 'i.:id e fi r inint of lite laws to
Inivile es to nonile aild re.fl-ii Iig prlvenl and control t-ilo m l, together.
the ,de s i 'der vhich l h l e i- ili su1 h u ll liter le.1 islatior n ill re-
s"rhll l aiil oIl' ileir albises as experiell ee
iltirl r 'a-- :; .f t1ins (coil Vy arle I Iy slhow to he ne(es.sary.-National
1't lorin. '', \\ (- leI;.',; tl 'e l tow 'lli' e )e In.(rat;!ic l at', irn 1>S,' 2.
[i; r'l 'ty lhi :-,l; i e (.h',liii', h i< al \i\a >, ~ ..
1: I' I v y I l 'Ii i,' ptlir .v' I <, t oidi i a l l i,;. s,..
!,. in .lt~i .>' 'itl'u e ; i .-:l e Dlleioe;itic P1t- uPhowil -itoN IIITTE'RS.
It is ].!,n,' t. tlakr, vnrei' Ma iria, Indigea&
t-h 11i m t at d ;iiim>;T; ss. .l l hdeailerskeepit.

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-7 "r-- =H--^ *-*:'- 4-- _-4jT:Tt.ed wi'.a.itin~a lhe !L^..hlo k." Last! i^va:.ce~n ntl c.c:ilnn~l n..t,.er,
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-1, ,- f5Z FA ? :-.- L editor. i v, cik.our iimuch rec epeic Id zei, li i on. .e t, t -llt 1l,;
.? P'ie .- i N. r .- Ca-lter, wrooe a lcter o the '- ycarsn t-'- was ."ra' i'e*:ilI of, b0 t 1%,s

5 cell is, n i2 ^ in 2.,"1 cvnts' ndvocw io!';1 rUMCLIA- ou w mly
Price nt.,- suheenis thre liii 'l ': S c'1'ns. .Tiii s'-'7Viiniti eel t-eati: g, a ri:d O tji~t ] ihf,(,,("v i \ cd ,O t ]h3" Cur I ch '0 ii .(-0 -
in the n;iV lflelo r:. w.:(t attach 4 .
(it" tie lcghlitore iC -i'llr' o arc t to.te Whi h h t toa '-
: \,r:.,;i .... ,. .. ..r... *i" ioftt e Jegi.i~t^re. i w ll ec -,;lem ,i rr. a rc t vhc. L-,s i o:,,
...- ... ..-- be-- rcd thalut ltist teta Mr. B -.tch i 8 -,S :A f-.ioi ,
a'' t E tered a!. Whe Bronson O. as seeo001 ( cd I a ;! rct!!i .n, th it 'e 1i :u- :: .-s i:l d,vy u, r i;1c L ,:, ,i
:" J :1 -: : .w of' uic iche u: d, which would lmie a1d lh:Il s.,t !,,! e.Su nl i ,s i : I
ef AI S. lisid irabiy ie 1u,.cd the expenses ol htit-Dn is Nvev eV:.- ; a. Li h : t it. is as
l.d. s ce r ,' Ai i;''.t HS. P fio ine the ha.g sater. Ar. iliicli has placed ti i aiv a1 du,;;i i nd cu !-
a : ies het adverlislii c.lltra* ena bee hinliself oni record s in vor of c iia!tl '
No '"0" ': -1yi "'ol ofa us n for tlie, bfl l!.i n de
S, M Y. 1 loweti k\ :co., p e ,, ew Oiy. e g' rat s L .'. lder tnd l ,ro L-
11z~rk pfilc, N i-litcoe plp~d -
t:i'oi, C o i But Iwo sitw s to every lihei.ed ppi:s.
bot-. c, an*,,'lp nu.,h, New. .e'- Thii theo!y has, ]oweve, ]Liw,.:n ex-
.v-. Vfer c Son,'pihes itihhni, 1a l- 11,ooled ill out r eointv. Too nl'li I 'in
*- x l W)vhin ,'('Pa. inentIs I s follows on Mr. Carter's letcIr: -lo l i r c ity l i ii
.elson (hesllml CO. St Louts, 1[0 N. It. Carter of Levy county iii th it the pa.ts heen wt,-ted in g iiin
-_'. .....-- Times.UnioA its ;.::e per diem ol to eclhool. A 1l1 that is nce(sary to b.
-, -- ---,! [ ,1), l .e- oe- -," -..:) 1 -2 -die legislature reduced to a figure that a tac lch r h eir is to ]lavesnMWe know,
w, t ii ennblethem to sinipIy live o !e(le of an'ie letie. ly spelling time
*-- -.... ... li .. t itr d ily laconic, wih a very small on tllhat oc may bIe ramte r I le doa-
.'IJOb UCJIT1i.'QR V"TEl^IS aHiowance ir tfer t valuable services, ties of the school to in liy lh t h
n i Butfa.ew days intervene between in fact, so small fhat their positions rcache the age of 1.i or 1l. It i-itt
:- iww d: the election of our state and wouhl be "positions of l.onor instead ot matter if his giammar is *iuc
p- 64: f th -tiol, of,, wfrft" \Vi o he vlole both' in theory an IId prp c t;i. a ni.
O.ucn-if officers who will reprc-sent or of profit." \NV y not go the wlole oth in ther o n id p,:,t tid
r..* ti', .t t, t length ad make the ifgeisiturehanor- that lie possces-'s8 no rdilenicnit of
represent the peple o hat noe but rich men and nners, he wil1 be sent first to the
to aild four yers, and those who bs culd affd to la office? itck]woeds to cain O-x)-rnl, ne3.
lmii n,:t given trials important matter a Then e could soon dispense-with the It a. soeen -aid th,:t every Ameri-
S- ober study should do so now. expense of election and have a sort of can boy expes ,o le Pre-klent, but
to ous legislature, hereditary our Levy boys and girls have a more
of* .: u,--*t -to- ] s of lord legi ature, he reditarynbit c o i
look at this matter in a caain, unpi)rc-. o irg as a man had money enough. d e. dl: sf'
d-d, e it fo a vy Mr. Carter forgets that every inem, to be telael'-s.
diced, unbiased maner, fir a very legislature lays down his Words fiil me as I look to the Iu
Jg d- ,. .. ber of the legislature lays down his
p imall numniber of usare seeking office, own fwerk to takP up the Deople's, and ture, and in my Iniuid's eyc behold
and E sHdii smaller numbocr will eyer that heinust employ sord one to take Levv as the great educational centre
,- i.ii, it his place at homne while the lcgislaturie of ilatrida, see her as she stands hen I
": ,Ve should o ey carefi in these- is i session, also that the m'niber's and shoulders abo-ye her sister coun~
b"oesourilon !-I servae.t e family must live -while he is absent, ties, while they sdd tbr sons and
Qn of our pulic servants, fir we and that the legislator liniself ut -daughters into oulr midst to acquire
and ihat the regslto hnsl ttthe art of teaolnmg in the shiniest pos-
ill--kinoy that when lhae w.ieked rule pay his own board and expenses dur- te art m g i te shortest po-
.the peoplcmourn; but on the other, ing the term. sib tme. A N.
li*haud, when the good control the peo Make it a no pay place, Mr. Carter, T7ilot'.y f'c/e Pitche i f Thiflcy
.,' ld, .. so the rich man only -an hold it. n .
pie l r,,.i ,e,'= *. .. *. f!'. oifit
VWe are writing in the interest of the EIRITS ONLY G MTJI'. Editor Tiin es.;-Democrat:

ocratic party. and its candidates OT &St 9s I -s vwalkiug the sti-cets of
eelnoratswe nowttithe republicandide OTTER ChEEK, Fla., Sept. 21, 1892. Thinky .1lown, in Levv county, Fila.,
-,. because we know'that the republican Editor Thines-Dcmoi'at. T the } h of lamentation. n
:.ari b n Editor Times-icaeoci at. Ip heard the sound oi lamentatioc, Aui
ary befriend the ich ew and op- Tne charges made against us in aged pair were crying, "Oh! our boby
...iat bfinstileracainst wed-'op-g, .O"!'.tisbab"
prc-est the many poor; because we bes Williams' arptile and the parties con- is gone, our baby is gone!" I t.ii-d to
:. lievetha, the t oiil party is only a cerned, merit only our eonte-ipt. The .vsymnpathize .with themt, and told
-achietthe rputlicaas to eo- whole is cleverly concocted' hass of that our Ifeoavenly Father- did ail
i' and brea th" d emor oth falsehoods originating in the fertile things well, and they must trv and be
brize and break the democratic South, ain of the would-be-senator. Clever, reconciled to their loss. "0!-no," they
V whichh will-thereby give the republi- not because it bears any resemblance said, "not that, not that. Mr. Pilis
cans anotherindefi4nitbe lease ofmisrale to the trutil, but' because of the man- has sent our baby to each thehlieath-
a nd corruption. ncr which he has'of sneaking from un- en." Why, my dear- frit-nds, I said, I
The -democrats have promisedto der the responsibility of his statements thought your baby had er.saed the
tha-e protnled to and throwing it on to irresponsible par- swelling flood. C.-ate ybur waifid--;-
aaev existilng- eyils, i pace ties. The campaign lie is an old es, you should consider thit an honor.
powe4 andtheir past record .th led tablished character, in a general way I turned away, and strange Ih iu'ghts
SUs to- believe they will do it, confining their talent tp fabricating -filled my mind, and I scenime to he-r
eh. : i c Th -em.,crat pEaf,'m is the only falsehoods against their political op- a voice saying, "anm'I wil',give chlil-
So-vhich offers relief to the t -ilin ponents. Williams, however, is an ex- dren to be their inches, and babes
..-- c .th-. ; -e t-....-e.g.~. "ceDtion to the rule, using his gift to shal rule ever them." Again I tread
-. :_.).asses,and the nominees of the deth gratify a personal prejudice against the same streets, but Levy was on a
-piratic convention at Tampa are well private individuals. He possesses how- loftier p'ane, she seemed to be soarlng
1];uown, honorable citizens whom the ever, the advantage of being able to to the skies and sending out light in
jeoT'e can tiust. Take Mitchell, and prove any statement lie my see fit to every direction. From o.;dior court ic-s
every duJetanu trist reine Mitchell andni
-~i nt G Qd make, regardless of its correctness. below, pleading voices aull be hbearcd,
.. loxham, an, CrAwford, and Sheats Williams ever reaches his ob- ol! Levy, Ley); send us your. slperin-
sod Co-lin., and'Lamar, ard Womb- ject. In trying to prejudice the public ten ent thatt hemay lea- us in the e
well, all genti,.cman of honor, sueese- against us,he makes his purpose of ways f hight and truth! But Levy
liin iL their private businesss" ani'emi- pamsonal animosity and selfishdesire to answers, oh! no! not now'! We can not
iientlyqualifd t to'-guide our ship of climb up by pulling others down so spare him. Wait until four ye:'rs more
-_State. Thy_ will be elected by an plain, until he does. himself greater and mnimyne we wiiiipare ln to you
Thfmy~~- %-:l be 'lctd1)1
cI-bsverwhelming majority, injury than any one ,6ei.e could poasoi- for a li;,tle while, that he may lead yo
. o Iow is it in Levy county?" Where bly do him. en the paths of knowledge and etlueca, I
Sis the deraand' for an untried- party Wo'RTtINGTON& CoAEsEY. tion. 'r1)TIs'rn TiKcIE Por c'nl.
,ith a new and stratme, nt tp-ay Yin ,
aUine points, ridicul.,iu pl:ittorm?; -' ABOUT THOSE IES. TO 2'1rE 1UBLTC. !
IIoD. n tu-,r i A. Blich has been OTTER CREEK, Fla., Sept. 21, '92. I desire to state that the salary, cf
tred aan] proven tru-. He is our re- Editor Tines-DIao.onat county saperi"tend.., t of e.hools h:-s
form senattor, In everym Way, qualified

to carp, on tbo "iou worka laid down Allow me space in your paper to notbeen raisrdl or increased one cent t
--hyLis bluorio i-reee r, and with gie your readers a true statement re- since Sept. 1889. Any report to the e
his c-. ,]oerUi \. -.' sinlaeydn, a vwilh garding this cross tie dispute between contrary is made either through ig- O
given c hau,_imuJs endosemen ,i A. Williams and Worthington and noranee of tlte matter or a desire to
li- t te dmouratic voters. Coarsey. At the time the prejudice voters. S. P. PHILIPS, c
7- Th_. was stopped 1, as foreman of this sees Secty. of School Board. c
Th x e [Olrd paxt'Iy is attmpin to-.. I I ,(,1o
-*-- i i r p" is r...', o. ,Lion, received orders to receive no more 't
c aptui- uro ro, e' countty.onces, bt~u ._ ~ _f -, Lkttg'L$W
0 itreot-r n ie c given why but pine ties. I told W. &. C. and they LVol Ot f., HU4
'o rI". back g..n thos sto pped buying. The Democrat men- TIenry Buoie, the npegwo who itor-
ho ld. turnU our backsUDon. those .. ; r o,> i r nnhrn ,,nT. -, n-,-, ,- T

faithful public servants who hay-. giv-
en 118 pei, ..'t alisFacet'on.
-.Tl.ey want 'iientireliy now and un.
-kciid sut ofoml c :rr but when we com
jpare the ability and efficiency of their
nominees %%ith such men as Earco,
Friedman. Bigham, Irievatt," Ander-
on, Slinds and Pitli'ps, we can clear-
-' ly see th:it the democratic ticket will
bo elected by at least 00. majority,
SLet u conlpaiae the platforms and
lhe'niceu %h1\ qtatnd upon them", ad.
vYote aa our'"conscience dictates, '
S If this is done th'O democrats will
'-.1 tri upli, and prosperity and happiness
'ill reign.
V:.-,ote for the democratic nominees.

; BARCO, Fla., Sept. 24, 1892.
Etli, ';r Tiies.Detimbcrajt:.
,A t is generally expected that when
... any. one of your rural correspondents
t'i. i-tnip:5 to write at all, that his (or
!iemr,) leucL-s mue containsome of the
flree oi 'potics; hace my reluctance;
h'_,.ut at thlie riil of bjing criticized here
t'. Oes one. "
S;- The Dernocratic C.1ub organized, at
SB-arco) two weeks agp, with'28 .menm-
";;;)rsi, and-yesterday the 23d the Club
S- raised- a 75 foot po!e with a beautihfil
fltag hearin-m the inseriptionof Cleve-
.land and. Mitchell. The flag is em-
'l)lbmatical bft.he ladies who made it.
-':tPure and beautiful, it floats high above
A. llimpure motives.
A 2Aftdr the 'lag was raised the crowd
S- yinrd inm'the campaign sonv, to the-
o nhe of the Bonny Blue Flag, after
-'hich three i-6using cheers were given
S--ior the ladies o6f l BAro and adil ad-
;jinirncd to their homines feclio'g. that tlie
tlub and ladies, too, (of Barco, will not
be;f.)-undf'wanting in every time of
ieed,. It is generally conceded here
('hathiNo. 8) district willc-'nat a
. large peri cent of democratic votes at
S-.-the coming elet lin tlian any district
in the county, You can make a note
=:.t t~u..presic!.n, The club thinks
Stuat te n 1mo -rats wi5l'bav. easy sail-
og. a th'4 Qld Shi'p has been on the
y < r,' n',1alh the birnacles have been
ta-e o" I'he old party isin splen'
j; id irini'to do' its whole duty. 'Ue
channel lwis. een cleared o' political
;. a, ant'. nill; that % i,;ded ii for the
t mit'icr.ats to do their whole duty at
1: 1'-1 3 :10 *1 will be safe.
i>.D PAT.

tionea mdnue an ellor t o get cypress
tics, but owing to the swamps being
overfllowme tailed. He then offered
to get pine ties at a reduced price, W
& C. refused him. I told them to ad-
vance supplies to him as he was need-
ing then, and I would be responsible
for the pine ties he would get. t

It seems that ]iskiin has not the
scope o, f nlind or. understanding to
v-eaii6e what is- in store for hiin.
but poor Mann! lie is groaning and
i rotting lhis 1l.fe a.way rt lieo coldness
and want of appreciation that greets
him at every turn. lie gets uill) aiil
looks over, his little audiences and
sometimes h lie :lr. s ot. tlit hlie is a
democrat, and when the colored ele-
ment be-in ito l.'.ah, bahl' at hmhn and
sid.le off then lie ledges by telling
then that hlie is a good democrat and
that all the rest are thei most misera-
ble rascals in the world, and lie rats
'and. albtiss deraoci-acy until thl.e- tfey
-white voters be'iii to is qr nag himni
and then lie spits on his hands and
fakes a new hold, punllingfirst oune. side
then thetheher until lie wears himself
out and then goes oft and bumps him-
sel by way Q&. penance. No one can
see or oven gless what his scheme is.
If lie is only running s., a i third party
candidate lie wou.tld, notwithstanding
his gall and cbeek and his iniisane de-
sire to riuniisli, blufTor se.t.spon.ebody,
with d raw from the utterly hopeless
undertlaking in which he is engaged
4,tnd go off and hide himself from the
jeers, slcers and insults that are
heaped upon him L y the ridicule of
black and white whlerevert. he goes.
Thfe extent of his t and Baskii's con-
tract is as vet an unfathomable secretly
but they will know that they cillaniQtL
carry rive. counties in the slate and
tliat" po1i,.ical dcath Sl 'elv 1 0 'y aw i:ls
them as thie result of (heit, treachery.
And wiWy they keep jlp the fight is a
'plizzle, Tihe Ocltober electtion will
elicidate ownie points but wvit h their
crushing defeat tlier'e. is no fttitire' for
tlihe nm.-Ti'an pa TiTrib like.

Be"t Coiugb Syrup. Tates Good. Use
in time. Sold by druggists.
0 J J "* *"*

B. Skinner's p11lace at Diiuedin Stunday-
lmO1 nling, hasinot beeti c";11ljptiu',l iNtl.
anl is now supposed to be hllidinl." inl
this vicinity. Following is a deseCith-
Lion of uiLieOiC: Medillumn height, .inl- a
ge'rcake color, eiy higY h choel- bonet '-
ver-y siltll chlin, lias scar on his chiin l
about a.6 inch. and'a haltf long?: wlAin n
last seen lie had oni a black coal. siraw di
hat, stripeld pants, and onil of hiis shoes r
had a hole cut ill it. He is arncdt, v
having both a revolver and a sholgnlin ;
the latter hle stole flom It!I murtldered 1
mian.-Ta1pa. Tlibuinle. r

A_. 11itc1hell Concert. r
A prominent etdu talor t i ]D)eLnmnL
whose inaite was not on the lo re'l.Irla- 1
tion roll, after listenilia' to Judge ,
Mitchell said: "I did not intend to
,v0t t itt it lhe ieNt; ele'ituio, but now Ilt k o
shall register am't vote for 21itclieli." 1'
It' we are not misinformed, that' man 1,
has been a-republicain,--New Smyr'Ina i
Breeze,, II

T~he most Interentingc Contest ever offered
S,. by The Canadian Agriculturist."
One Thousahd Dollarit in C ; i, 'Vair of IIaindloms "
f-ihilihn'l Il'tnie,, ii ';i,-i. ( nil ib;- f.'s, ind o(ur te l o
tllfiusind other iiatibl. f,,r u ii lie A.-.-i-"lr- 1
brigitesit ri-tVli--al \'ii.,u W I'hl, 'c Liu t I .u I \ '
the il (li,Lo foir cK nlls ym ItlIs pti.iL f I e 1 ilie-'H -rns of t
", 'I[ Au iit u''isr ia ,wn i- ernt t ni.vir 1M'Itll] liilf-Ycarly
fLiterary tmiitiTaiLtn. '}Tls nuIl cn-):'paLi.on will, no ,
ii ih 1 ,, ~ ... su, isul -, nn v cer pre- -
tti lld h I ., -il cnd to3 a>, 1 t(unda. i
O11. "- ... ., c M, lie paid to 1 leo per- a
Soul St'i:tllig is tl' hl:.iit.i i t ., ir rdso ii-
itn-btd from tlers in lhe word I .,.. .inalcian Agri-
Fire ltundrd Duolls. in it-fh w-ill lie given to the
F oneti l ri(8cst'li,-t.. A l;i:nl:- nI l' i ir of SicLlai.d I'o.
. nes, .tCrii,--g 1 nil tl rniM, \r,ll :1inul -- fur is ei th'di
ltrg st' lt. li- ver- one Ih I .;t-a; d t11,,tioll-al |ifiu('e ia.i trd-
,-l ii o ler of inIrit : .... i- i ,,- n- ; 0S i l (i y ;n 400
Piano; liiiu r tn ; S i i : tinhfS'; Silk it'-ess
Patterns: ';t li,'r. Curiltiln.;: Silva r ''- Sr prices; Ten-
nysu'a Poem-.. *in>utdi lu c.ohi; Diclieu' in 12 volumis,
betotl l ill cleth, ic -
As Ith rn aie moric tha.n u "1 I j ly'- "- -k. ait4
t!le LroiuiLe to prn-lnre all -- i I li i I faiI
to receive a vahui lc pIIiei Tlil? is Ulie ia,;z csl tthngin in
t'he'co ,in'ti ci-iai t li l t, i lo t ;tv o ,: ir' I.:U, I cdiefore t.hio
pulie, atid wl l 1o dJo :uIt i,ks tarL will ini1s1 al uplior.
tlumily (Il a liie ti- e. -
tuIi,:Sa-l. A L-'tter taout ie tuwcd OW .'- ', it
.liu-iar.e in tlh i a,-U i" Th. '(IS tthc itnlin A L. A -" ,, '
t'or int tllN e lth e ,,ir.l eCig" could n ti l e ut ed as totIera
it but 'ltc -g "KI le thI lihrt art'nis 2. Words h hving lmote
tlan one imn nlilmti:Jg i li', 1-ih.d llt- P i i van lie nucid Lbilt
unicc 3 NIII-SM o f [ulutt i a lttd citoll tniarrl d.
E'iacl lisi ntut 11ai1.11 Oi- llo lollu. Lo lay farsix inmolh'a
ili--riiiotn 0 Tiut E A(u Ii.T t'IiIs'T. Ift loor imore
tio, ihe lsre-: list whit'h tl a;s thie earlitst postmiarkt
1 il lt.ko iho 1t:lit 1 riz a i Llit,. uo h-,s wiill uti eive pri/zea
in older of itnirit. U 8 money anid itaLil)s tiiake, at par.
Tlihu ohjlct in li ,ueriit Lhesre inmtgoilutient prizes ia to
introduces otIr tpni;larmiritagazineinto nuu-hqp14e, i i\i:q
pert of the Aierluan coi.:uitcitt.
E c-ry :i- t ,, .. -I i"- '-- ,t in l stmps ei tr,
. I.t .i ,' r .... I THK AG ICUL-
7 I. S o tu tvenir -t ltn5 of ita adtli.
liteit auardlid t Io ptru-ons rt-.idig iu Lto Utnited Statea
wil te st ,il-Itpd ft iti our Nrw York ot'io o o Irce of duty.
All ItOtli-y iitl-.i ell'Iuld ibe registered.
L OI't 1t 'Ils t'VIM I'I'.TiTOtN-- hie tlntrl i-i'/la 55V a
'95i,0ta0 i i pri/ies trili-f; the last two years itd li5e5 tiiho :
mnds ,it letters from pri?.t i innLrt Int ever istalt InI the
li llcit htd ver tI-L *f CattiTa a itird N itifoit ndlelld. i
Lord Keih'urai., A.D C. dTo tlue governor (inenialoi L'-u- o
tda, wrii'Rt-: "I hall t:iiito'onad n;y frfunda tienter your I
o titclli;i I," 'M. M.i Branlen Vancouver. B, C., 'to a
8ci 1M id t ,1 1, it pnl-" tanti tuld Ins trceipt for Gta e. P
A fcer of I1,f li -it/ p i e tttrs: [is.s J JRo.liioni, Toronto,
E'1500; J. J. -ltruln, l--,,.i, l+ It Fall O ., Sl:.AiJ; David F
liarrtison, Syractte.N. Y $, 535; if i .i" St.Louib Mo., i
*31); Ja itus pk,, Vte .W t si thli Minn., S,0 Mi etic-or
*in Roberiinti. Otiak ,i -V ;, 100.: Fred i. -Hills.
35111 Stite St., Iirh1 drpirl .. ,. 1 thoi.tandis ofoliher.
Addrteesa, Ti AuxiU.L'.1 t l 1sA it'sLsiLo-lOmlgh, Oateric.,
Canidda. -

is a. ,, ,cciii. T al... .. -u i ,Il: S lo i ....cOf
,,Cry Inge' po- 'II'd 1h,"-''- .oar ('. -olln!-yC-i--, l--hrith-.
ds' er eptn of -::et eJ v> cr1in en Ir A l T '' o ; h S", loli- a: nuisoers i ,il r s,,io1 ,ep;t. 0, f
diert of ro-, .e ,uc and ill; N YE. Il t I ,'J n I,.0 <'r"-i'-ord. 1-(rye 5 is Ilnspectois al .,'I ks at iith eli-- ( -r p'r V Y 1ha 1 ili 1.. ('-r. Civil
cUs, .nt 1. .I -o .. I .., i- i-,, (evnry i oth eI lir I lae o 0te 01 1 tion l ( be helId i, l ]t-\' Ce l "o Iei(t' 8I lli- i -o';Sfi'e t' of clitl e l i.r t ,!e of
f.-ssin. This l.!e- cit 1a;,e coin- ,' l ri ohe, ti iido y 'i0l' l n t'i-ce thit ia and Cod ly o lmiI erit to-wit: I Florida, do ih- b-t give i;tice Ithal t t
ined~in a a; er h['l'he~tounliown ] l 1'l~l', lroi eson prc.iel. No. 1---.. E:. joi o I VY. I '
66 i O T--' BI I i-l- 'oaesn. and .I".U ''.^1i 0',; i 77oown .
.f ,, ^. t. ^ lJ K. -11 -0. .. t -lavlie '.e. et.- ,i d-" iv .,-
l h o, n t i p _Z : "Z eiywlt f'[c A. L .WI2 J i, t 'il L e v y-.l i il y S t a t e o f
IT-" ->'w w.< ?. ..Iv %.. 9 ." "" Fjlorida. oil Tuesdqh next su;L'ceetllhg tile
S B l"I )'i-id on 'I0'11 1i xav .- I i I S p ce clerk.n t -! e Ne.'k. 1(a o i.- t e
-y tI~i t ) (iINI--I-,I, Ao.). til
B- ' i :] 5i IJ- 1 la\" in iovmn ',, er, A1, D.' _, U)ttlr reAk 1).,18e!tNo. 3--S R. V.-orth. lir" t .%[oli(lv hi Otctob,:r, A. 1>. 1;f2, Nhe
lEl I t eo ,l in t le ; dile iii--to ', J. 11. )baiii0 a;'d J.'11..Jailolie, ai d said fuetid.i beinil, the
\\'ILL DO ai that is claimed for isixipectors -; S. J. La i eler-.k.
.itAND MOR. S! -itr-i.enIs ibore, -".T__ DA? OtF 0'lalr Ity ,vtKprinc, o. 4-T. W. Davis, FURTH DAY OF OCTOBER, *,=
Lessens P'ain, Dim'!'i-,;-s Da.,ger to. -. "v '. S hloiielti. Iiii J, l1 i l.iterlol im -
Life of A;-/'h.l -aa'1 0 hId. 'Book FI''i i. -fioi Pros'dpni-fl 1 tKlettor-, st'peiors; \i;. hii -1% ihe wie- cctlerk. Fo' e ioti'eru ofr of the Slate of Flmrida.
BoD1: "o C. Atlnti For i L e'Bokrnl ; .i e C the FirstCian.le Stonlse .l inoso ,s pr'i-.n .'a r.t No. 5-CI C i o tr ortl ee ti tie oLtprhenp e ouort ot-
to D ` orllrnis m./d- tLEE, con- tm (i t V l. t-:c'. I 1i o f' tie ir c -to f .G p. ; -idl .iti. l t' li, Fivctli l .
r~ ,~s~m led P, E co -C-s7:n-.1 Disitrict. :of, Flrida ill ttQ- 5;4 Gililnes, R. 1'. ]Priest, and I[. C,': w telh ns, ]M ot 'it'.' -"
'thet im -l.leoi'tei~'i ;i o tos; .. 1'T i, ii et li.Fonhk 1'i' a SOi.etri fly o State ot' the State of -
I gvB alt,,E ie hfv r atin- and I th ai c lti cii utt1, I I a Sta' ,reods .tinc ,-- 6-, 'lo ortittt No. hiJ .
voluntary ttctimonials. peir too i' H-i .v S il I oi tler bI eont a Ii te l, lid i'. ,y. ;',, ,, indixto V.- S F Ti- i wa iittmrnei--Gcnerial of the State of
S nothyexpresson re ,;pt of rice $1.50 per bottt C, 1l Di' ri L tl- of i: i loria i 1 10 il 1i. s, i iI tns: I IHill I et clerk, Ior ten l d
BADFIELD REMULATOR CO., lin 5l'ii i in- I of tIe lntitlaes. x a iiistoli 'ireiiet No. ;- .'e'-i ite. e-o a (olnptrolh r of th e S ftato lf Floridla.
ijOLDl l iLL D.UdO AiSTS. 'lilt iaiif'i'e !mof itho 'Solifl" is ca)I-t to F. G.,an, lL. S 1. Limbaugh, in smeu ; For 'ar at i'casm'e r of'l1'' State of Fleorkida.
$ LthL liRU .oi ila to aus ie a pilotie of tois; O. I,. l.ewis, clerk. For- a Si !. erint ld'nt of tPuliie I lstlrie-
----'it~,- I utI \i e t oh 1 le: ;. in a .De Si lla- ] rl t roietinet "o. l---J. t Mile, L l Ion; of tl ) oI Sate 0l l 'ide .
_p_ Ati ifer AlTEiS e ld iin l a i. .l i1 hue be a 1p- Pe' Wii. Ie and i. Nobles, ils etitorset ,'or iti'le i fll issioler oft Aglicnlttre. ir
S- lI illin thei '.( c 'ltliY, and pita' thie e ve, lAp-l-r T. ltill, eleo tlr- t leF teorla x 'llorida.
I' fLn l'la tilihs d irit, 111 p 9, lie 11 u da i: A altl1 n tle l-J.1. Little, i.S a For I a tir 21st enato'ialdistriebt.
t .a i.:le. lt five- t e. 0 I f t i s IO 0 Ice to be A LGo tidson 1'. 1S Lancaster, listl)lo rs;, For one t.aeber oh the ouse of aeirle
i C am 0o1 n. e i. l3ll; e t i lees i ht'h eio Sttv. Stt, W. Ca-,te-l, clerk. Set-c alliess
Ill te'tioly 11 .-oif, 1 have i. .(r.iunti. eMElov ro el-illt',No. 10-- A. E. CoIlsonIi, F or' a C tfuntyN" Jtude,
RETAILEDls ATW1 SALEPIl i hi 1111 a( l -l Ilhe Girat B. i i I, Iil i's "lId al J I 'r oesliret, inspect- For ait Clirk of the'Cireuit Court.
__TAL __D______ AT LLS.] S-al 1( t th i Skteoi' ,irl orid at TA- or s; W. V. W'eeis, c 'lerl. .' -r a She orif t
afhl s ir t------ -------~511 Sue, t: ('p ,t.a, this tilhe 1 th S helI ]'ti lldprecint't t No. 11-,1i" ] 3. e- ,Fi' it Tax Assessor. -
Harl's Hairp ..- ...... c. 1day of A l.. t, 15 2.Caipor (lADth,2o, V. J. T leDolut-l, ai n dii.I. It. vFor it. ; Cc llvo;toi-:
Ayer's Sitair---- Cre, ... .. .J051-. A-Jo N L. CI'tA x ()1), LLowman, ins oeotrts, 10. 8. M 'I)ouell, elhmr. cOri a Cotnty rdasioer.
Viola Cream, bo-------S-eretr"f1of--State. State oif Flho'idal-LoeX'v County. F0ir a Couit p
HIh yadi Watcer-............ c 'ft.'. 2I. Pii h'un, Shier i Je'vy ( utt -. lnstmit'i o ,"
Fellow's Hypophosphites . 9. 9c. 1,-,- .lll' ,I areo, Clrk of tlme -icu- lti For c tiit t"-- e iiim -nrv e 0vor.
ixicaisMus. ti alilnent-.----- -I .tOllrt hl I iifor sild ( olllh ;:1 ii S tt, or-]Shire TISI I thVCo lie h Peace ini al II foI te
in Killer-....-"------....--S, 3t and 76Q. N-'l'((IE FO;l I .ijIQ Au ;0Ar, .hitetl e' ttitiint tle fore'liitl' is a tl-m. e .' I- ,J.lusticee )ist'icisviz. r -- .
Brasfield's Femar e e L Regulat 6 c Lam, 't i t
Shtivoefeit.'s Fesmalp tion r c c Laid O',ic at ; (il2Sie; llt .11.1 i ll is t rl -uuf-10 0.ui f ta the folow l e pli N c.0 pieL- ol'o thi-i oi to e pit tbIx
SCastlor Oil, aker'sp . . 2l5c -i t ( in v ii t n d etle h the a-.o'sto p liii- t
Pear'soa . . .S -- 9c0. A I13. '1S92. a ppi]onted lip tihe Boiaird'ii oft.i i s p o '.Ills- S S vemi ;Eightt P`iii I h a e
S. S S .. . .ad 9 Noie. . i he y 3. n thl; ol, oiow-0 sionersfo for L y' ciotnlt at their regular l, For I Coiist' lhe i'i anildlfor the following' a '
Hood's Sarsparilla ..- . .75 il F .1 e i-Ilt-i' h iia tce oh n esion 11t 11 Ct- i. .l Sj justice Distriets, t vizti t
H yo s r-i"ar ia75 ei lti h fi ldit oI itil-e lio lit0 h'lindm d seal this-7th day off No. One: ;. T Three; t Four; 0,e; Six
S Pierts c-I- -,r,- .i.a .. 7c. teir lo tomake ill ootillS.I. 11",J) ) N i ) Io -Seven;r l-ht; N ine- tTen.

piackaest..,, u .nd er f i ppound .. Address 69 .'- ... ..-'-- x iiji.., i'iercc's Golden Medical i,;ccv.ry...' 69c. I lils "Ohlidi, IrIll that siil 10d xp't wlii l ba ml-ade ei a!I i :1.n.l. he atte nght;Nirm ar thhn Oi-m is called to
Pc-ru-na .T...- .......... 73. beforCe 'o, on inlliS .. -- '1ti I. l lr- r "*I t niohIm. hi, l' st
xar nr's Safe Cure-......-- -. .. 85c. ilit e-oltiftl t Bvluol'm oll59!I, tIllic. t ho h it l tl f h a t le I n tiet o
-(i ,p;i of.' ..: 1F '- --. : -.. o.- l2, viz: LI 11CE el- I T looCA'IION. said election to iee l oboiishd It in a newsp
C, t- --. -., Balm-.--------------------perprinted ill the-comity, if there be at aa

2, ',' hit-I- Iie I> lie ('11111 v a citf ii s here, viC hoLan ia-:, a
Ch'ch str' P , ro alPils. .. $ 67 S m ,I V F3EI' K S of L e"', Sil ,F a ,L nd O lc g( i es pt.le IMa, por In the'eoLm nt and Iff there he )to Iape r.
Brown Iron }B.itt'ers .. .. . a.d. 7c. Till. 177^ d fol i...' 11-I o4ns-!.saiXr o 1S])1,
a Sh iIo's C tarr ileCre--------------.. -ck l. 7a'4 t o f. \ .';.S ant. 5],4 l tt'L ietla. 2,- 150 puQblished i i the eolnuilV, he shall cause ao
Shiloh'sCa umpion Cure -...... 3. N tt" ee. e; e 12 yIs I-t h. N tiee i e iv eln that the folilow- least five eClies ol this ot ice to be poi ted .
Shiioh'sCoans nmptio Cure----------o .1.0. 17..X Fa AV' te ': 3 of 2- -* 12 S J. 1ro4 e- an t t
:l.cEiree's Wii]e Cirdui-----------------.e. ,} iw ltlie a"es tile 'ol" 1alid'tnesses to i!-il lii.-a etI settl { ]m I I1 1,-1101 i liei of l i i ll- i ll the mos tj lie lees InIth county.
,Cailora.- .----............-O5c. li veti 0 iii ('1111 ptii re,1 a LIoti Si(t m '( ti IX i t e(1 11 I liiIke I l'lat I i')of1 Iin su1 I ort of1 is 5 1 testiltreu O hereot, I hive herl-e unto
"InjectionGX 1 i- i hi l, d 1that S&I I0ri 1 f Xiii I lli1 set olf he "i di f it oftid the Great
I njc tio n G .. .... ...... 73c. enltivatlOll of, sod h'Tl,(! Ne', Tfill
P. P. .P.. .... .. .. -.-.. tsc. Johi l V F2 elin'-11 ot 1 .ef ps-ilt, ]ea,, S. beIt- rt J,IdI-o, om' if ti-i at entee l c it I "- [L.S.J Seat-l of tlhe StaIle 1111otin,h.i at,-a a!
Powers anq Weigiuman's Morphine. 37c. 37 d. iCrd .i i. ee oh- c t. eoi t i at Firolso., A10a., on Oct. 291 9laiassee_, the Capltal, this. 1t 9txh
ri Eserything lse in p roportion.7Ea 1n-i --, ef l:liztt, 1.'a. 1 -2, vz : d1 y of S1ll i. A. l). 1 O1)2

.;;JACBSI PHAnA rsY, AT LANTA, A. NOT ICP OF FINA L )1SCIA( IE. Ih0. 201155 fa' tih 1.i ot Si,-, Nil Of "a a
Cor. rlaetta & Peach tree Sts.j C [PCmoiolthshfromnldatle I illtp,,"it 11 xve '-Ia(S) of* WT. See. 22T'3. 12 E.1. Ei i ey ,t
t p ant i'Eults itbey d'audliers E ",_',Nh=. 15 ]';. '' "" """ 0c t.
...a...l. t i l-'rat l o t'te est Lie of Ilis I t. i. ,, l ie .lloes the followithat witnesses Io l
*l P:, ."I. .to : e n tw..... ..... t,
... .... .... ".L.'TO'I dea:'.d, olaet 'o~vy eeul y, N" F1,oridht, to provelhiseontinuoulsresidw.nee 111)01, all(
til ; } o i n B-e~ tll ,rie d im az c o il Ia t 3" j u d ,,ge o f e u ttiw ,tio n (f Zs d a i ld h i nd -h ez : ..
1111 ttie .it'tv,-and l- S.'to he( seha"gcd a S,.J. Clvatt, N. B.11. arrow.. F. hoC. auW';n, 1"F,-r I S, 'Tlhe ,e slatulre of 1991
)-at if t tLi. such adtuinistr1tor. W P. N O LI 1 AESa o e ill a.CIX"I- Illtit'l"Ohi ('altiitti oi ,15, 01.
chiulh istrator Do Boots Nan. hl ALEf 11, ~X: LY-C.U, er. the Statel' f Florida, didl pass a Joint lteso-
-A -cut fiu-rPLAtorBDomisomi, 1011AL X.2Y-,N!, Rolstc'.-- *t:
SThe i un er gfolPLATl- ronsol, Fla nk tilie ..... ilntiol lproposinig all AsmIiendlnilt to the
,IU 1 .' (, e X li a S o "O"I" ConlstittLtLitioll of the St-tte of lorirda,
111%0.) C "().uJ1,.'I a Sinvlo -Pol- NUOTICIPo
lei' w N, withI mli Patent Craiikiegs, -.7 011t rf n I'nlled States Land Ojt-e, I Aidf thie saofe was li r,, ee torby a 'ore oef'o
I A CENTRA.iLL &i I EN.. Gainesville, Fil., Aug. 271,1892. th:-ee-litlisof nlltie ienmimb,'s ehectei to
) Aa1t'si t lliiIeilles (tilldct- touse; that tihe votelon the said
C "' liirtdIt. Ia.taIh 1o., aA $[30; and "OMI 'I, T ving ieei ppterod th II Jointiilesolt tionN Xas entercil tuIpli their
IVIr s',eat,,e,'. el, l sti ps, at 80 IN ESU 1 ", f{AILW AJY Hearst r'.," .-I ....I,.,, ; ,"]lSholn ste.-ddell- thereonll, It 't[the,-did detel'lllile and dil'e4t
'toOfic byJon a' nui~tlg ist Biouilhr vesilective pi'itnall, \ilhi the yeas5 naydn.;
i'iits pIctetOid. 21. '(ILLiT'ZEt?,I e"nt-
., . ; P o 'r,:;a Tru kL ine ~ f '. try No .N"' 3% 8"6,, (, upoil theC, hat tile said,,Ln -ou onb L ,mt
..(djoint t. e .t.w ash 1 1 ringe bit time S hil tn,'it f' ilhtion be sutlnibt,
13 li I Ifr17a n -a 2hnrtI tti', S. C(2-. 1 1, -' ~ 5 ~ I s -tei-lioii S. towiisliil 1 S f '1 man etll to Ite ele-tors of L ife'Stat~e It the #1.',

C'OM2lt7,SIONXEi'S SALE. And to alnl points in SoutllMtiddle and
JUtlieon Ed1t) an'ti as ndministlrator of the .\Vest Fihlrida, o101nle Ne'W 'Or-
estate t01f WVilliam P. -tdwa1ds, de- aliens a11t;:e Soaiiltliwest. 1D-
e,-'aste-t-'s. S. 'i&inmma li'iharsom'k reott conecntisns l iil points
and T. IT. 1lihr1'ii nil hi' 1hus-band1, Nurtllves iand Northeast.
A J. t tavnrdis, ,lo-hu lEd'IlarlIs, .1. Timel ('Car ill .i t,,e.t ,i.l p 12, 1892
AV. Edwalrds, Fv'ira bee, John I). .. .
1,Le, and Eliza li7 BGradldick 1nd Soillm. .oIth.
Ilionry ( itatdick her Ih n-sh- 1ni i, 1 Ite'n- .
rieta Lofiies and i Ma'y Mixon--Sale No. i Ne. 7 Southern l Iiv'u. No. S No. .1
or real estate for divisional an,.Dng 5 511OW 10 lO Iv 1'ernandtinm 3 (hip 9 45a
tlih 1.1'0 .. 7 jip 1 2 Sll lv Ca1 lihin iar 2 11' 7 30a
UT Kvaa. d I. and bv vir.eofa decree of the i 5l 12 011) ar thBaldwin lv 1 451 00a
j Circluit COii' i ll IhanlCery niadle and 8 -I I.ll 15la IV Jax\lilte aor 2 3 p 5il30a
enil-red onl the .1VMil day of April, A Il,)1, 9 :;05. 11 59a ilv Ial-dwin ly 1-4a 5 4 -!a
biy Iio!. J. Finley, Jiiudge of thle (iruit 10 3Np )l'"i| t.. 5Lawtev .AN 12 5I3tp 49a
Court in'anld for i 'IilitI (County,'.'lorida, 11 sp 1 tar .. V Waldo ..Iv 12 11ia 4 02a
ieereeiu.ia- ; saale cV tile lands 'It'l'i-noaftler 12 12-;Ia. 2 23i Lj r IHawvlhorne lv 11 30a 3N 2ia
ltscribed1 t'o, dlie rle ii t "i a divisiono' 1 Io .' ip ar UCitira lv 11 01a 2 54a
1no1a'tlIe leirs oW'sai estate a1nd appoint- .. .... 3 ;llp'ar Silver Sp'g's lv ..
n~ iiS 'lir h'5,a-.-isi, l, coniiijissioeii r to make 2 11a 1 U3 44 ar Oieala i"v 10 1 'a 1 -lSa sal-, 1 Xl'ill, hi accoiet(li.lce with said 1 30a 4 4-.ip r WildVwood lv 9 15a 12 3ail
letnree sel b01a1r'oI-ii' (uro t rIolisae dLeooir, ill 4 ala 5. :5p air. L:tcoohie .lv 0 4ia 0 5 1h)
Lrollfil' [Lox (;';iunv, tl-h'ida, 'Cetlycen t 5uiM 5 4-sp Ir OWeiitiiioro Iv 7 5l)a 1.41i)I
the leal t '1-- f is:.e h ,[o'iday, tOcitober 5 15a (i 1) p ar Dade Ciily It 7 3la 10n1 .p
!rd. \. i r '. t1'. 1 .: described G 30a 7 !l o ar lPlan1It Aity v 6 30a 17,p
auds siili.itei i n;1 .'... I, uin i ia cin n- i 5 B 2''p ar 'i'allpaI lv 5 5 M 8-0a S lOp
tv of Lvv, I itate o.- i ....-.. siz; T!he I 350a 1!5p lv WildoodIl ar 90 Sa 11301
th 1a.- i1uiartiro h- SOii Ow i qar- st 4- OM i4111) l1 a. lxesbing I-' 8 -:2a l"P U01
er, a.ndM the lnort';"easth *',aqrt!r of he s'Ma h 5 4,;a 5 4p lr5'Ma Tava""A ]yI,* a-iN 9 ill
'a..t ( .|arr;.n af iin t", tl sit.X, (20') in ,la (i 3i;I. s a l'r A opka T Iv 7 2Sa 6i 3(iul
ow1ish2i1) t 'eh'e ( i r'ii,..'e c i,',- (I{U) 9 3.;,a 7 ll)p ar Or;imulo Ivy 7 00a 5 151)
;ontlitiiln, ei,htl-ity' (it) n.'o;'es l' land pil re u ir a11 0a .7 i) ar Viiier P'k. II v .. 2 37p
or Iess. .',A id tih eac;t lizil and sou :I; vw si, 2 1 Iv' d r 1 .
uarlter o!'t!ho lnoitil- West- I iI rtlt'r o' f s- itl-io-ll -. 2 00 I-' I'l' tlo ar 1 4211 ..
irii t liive L;;5) towiiishilp f iTurteeln ( 1-il stuil- -. O1 311 air Glaines 'ille 1 IV 11Ila ...
ui .... .- .1-' .3 ; r.t, tib ll'alli nt .. .ttt*1 r i F A ('tllt .IV ) 11 2 t ......
1ne i .' I 1 .. ( il ) acre.; more ... 2.- e ear Ceidar KeyI lv 3a .. ..
o' lIess, Tenl'ns (asc-i -iuI 'mi ait ." t. iIy 'fo r Leave Ari-lieor daily except Sunday- ai :-
i-L!es. l'j oL'lt .\I ). i t l ':l,' 4() ).11i. for W ill islt -, iE r ;ytalidU c Ea-
.Centilil!-silon r. ins; 1.' P 1 .i-in daily except
[i lat 4 .. Ah. ; rcer and inter-
SeEIIFF'S SALE. iiliate points.
'T rain leaves Ovido a n'd into I'arui
r XTNDI: Rand e )i virtuef 1 f ca certain n exdi- dlvly except Sunday.i, at lliu're:o shoin,
t ui tionll i:;ilied out i (,lt it (Jrluit Leaven s Oviedo avso daily ait 8:30 l) a.m.:ll
Court in and for ILevy county, state of Woiw0 ir lar; l ,t ,S;;!7 a.m., arriving Orln-
Fhorida, in a certain cause thercin pend- do !l:i>0 a'. i.; leaves (0:lando daily at 5:1)0
ig \ tiee in Si,. II i'aluet, 11. P i. hhe, '. ... I ; ;. WVinter Piark 5:23 pt. i.; Clvi-
and II. A ralnir, )al'likeo s oid lii rl'ah tt ... ,. "i i ,.,. .
l'i'i(iilg a nd dongl, business under the firm
n e a n dIl s t v e uo f l'Ia lim c r 1 1 r o s ., S a v a n n ali. a t I,, ', ', '. .p
ia., are nlaintiils, i;1ad N.]{. ,Cartclr as adt- 9 11111 .11) M ur. l)Dunieloln .lIv S -ia 4 sp
iuill rali'o f,11 o ilh-e estate of Ira. ,. Carter i(.10 (" ,il'li) ar. Iliernaindlo .l i 5>5a 3 301)
deceased, late cf l'evv couiitv, state of tlo- 10 30a i6 lop r. tInver'nes .lv 7 I0a, 3 1.
uida,"is deilidantl iiihve levied upon ahd 10 30a 0 p6 ,.ar Hoimosassa lv 7 10a I -
vill se'l, at pibliie outi'ry, in front of tle 5Pa Cal 0 .1 iW Lmcooehlee ar 9 4;a 10 2p
lnrt liousedoor in salid county at lrn- 8 St 9 l) lr Tart o1n Sts ar 7 25-a 8 04()4p
on, oin the Iinrst otidiiy i n Octlaober, A, D. 8 24a 9 2,1) ar ,. I ar 0a 7 4-iT7)
Sli)2, thle '.iam- 1 .)k.uu id ud day o1 stt id l a .)-t1j31p 01 'l I ,1 ar f -Sa l 7 22l
ne~th, hiring Ilh l~al ;O[s otl. so le, to 1) 4 10a i ,) p a \.te,-^i- l" 5 ,0a l 20p
h oe I lh s t f, idd e r I o r c aI l h, e I 'l o i l.l l *i.i g. -- 6.. .
eial estate or so luehli lilereof a oy lIKio 'he i a'i , ,t I ,. 1' l0
nceessarv to satisfy said execution, to-wit: S1"(111y
SI (ntua ii'er.e'Si-P11artlr seetitl)n 35 ''p. Trains on 0. B. and S. S. 0. & GC, daily
) 11. 15, SW iliarlei of NE quarter sec- exceipt Sunday.
ion 4 T1 11 I R. K5. 1,E (qua'ler of \\t westl south
liIarteo,. halfofiN halM!rofN N NVinarter of No. 10 No. 2 Western liiv'n. No. 1 No. 9
N H qatr. air i SAW uarier of' 1N!c- ,a-irler
NfN iq ta'Irlbr ofN \' Iliiuailter selion ;4'' l 7101 7 00aol-lv Jaxville a'r p 1 ) 10001p
(lit. l;i''ontaining in all 2(1) ares more or 8 -10,' 0 8 lhv liahwin ti v 5 7'15p 50p
ess, Iv'r _'. siluale and being" in Levy 11 Sna S -ia ar r .ake(3ilp v h"I Ilp 5 i55a
coulaf ..of Florida, together wNith the 124 1 i 9 4! a ar A' J ,:o. e k I'v 5401 410a
0ene1e1.s,, -i her0editlannts- aind appurte-7 2 11.a S;1 4 I --i (UMltcL; v 43p 2 ]Ilbi
lances thercuno bellon,'iig or in liny wise -i a H I, 1 ISa P arl mil o INiho hIX' 1 Ul5t a
lppertainin iV i. liv )G 1, 1, 5 llC, ] ,1 0; 45 h al]:thas,;ee h ". 1 4-751) 1 0 "0
,.e7 l et 0-1111r, 7 l5lt a 1* "1 1 L, ar llu'i't",- lv 12 147 1 8 -5.
H 2ll'v It foul.tFti, ]tq) l .-0 .Olp4, 9 ut 58p r r 1W ll ne I l IC 1T2 08p '7 Lila
Bro :i i i-l'., SIp-l 1,1]i2. 0, 30p 1 01. ar 1 I'Pels:Ieolal Iv (; 3a1a 2 1)p
S' .. .. 2 )0a tr Nlolile h I i'a .....
NOTI CE. .. 7 jl:i a'q N C' O ::i) ......1
SO'TICE is h rby ivelW is tXlii 6I siN Ollh 0 I i a "il ol" o rl l) o ar 7 85a ......
'T oIll h" lf Iulll!i atil ) i l this notice .I [ l"tl5p ar .iriiihii.l mi i v -I ." .....
Nil lpre-ont ny fliii h 'il ll accounitil a S d vilit 7.. .11 P ar N h,a illMe Iv .11 ......
rs s: ndin ilslrl ator ofthe ti slal n o1 W, A. ...... 2:ia ar Louisville I 2v 12 I t ......
Nlend ,nhall, dueeoa:ed, to tlhe ji, len ...... 6 2a or Cincinnati Iv ._7 )lp .... ..
'e lhi(ia ;nd as. to be tis.alrged l s 1 01.12 I so '"I ,
.dministralor 3 .PT '1'Iioii sytle-MoctieUlo lioute.
GEO. 1). .I.ENI)l-N\IlA .I, .
i\dmi tilisln'rtor 'Daily. I aily' .
Bronsn, lla.. 1itv 'I 142u 7 0'0a h'-....... fa,c sonvil c ....... ar 8 ;10p
8 15a h\. ....... Lake ( it\ ....... ...r a .i 31p

The Eartj
With a oe, SOW FERRY'S SEEDS and
nature will do the rest.
Seeds largely determine the harvest--always
plant the becst--FERRY'S
A book full of information about OGaiciens--how
and'4-lat tc I .. forit.'. Ask to-day.
& CO., I.

I I t Bt

A-ityle. timSe.y: s.'," .. s
the accomRalyinlg statennent!V zeiht'...' .. 10i1
t Mviy wciitNhta nd moiastir-Cblu-t.. llin.. 31 in. lola.
31nts Wixl thonthWle reEutaist- sol't,. 49 int. S1i. In ia.
l50 mo10110' fttimei-.tH. ip.-,.. 53 i. 40 i. 13 i.
5lirchalsi, .'.2t sol .h' I o rt.irit 'I-n JioiLv~i'icncc5 On1" b.i-l a ct,
a 'J. I;''.' *', .:'ii t .'. ".t. ;:. sa~is0f t'

i-'.ipans TndiMIles lanii pare.
];il'ii'n l TalIl-' cure ii'Ilidi.'e.

9j :16 ;l 1\ ......... ]JlV'e 0 I-tl K ........... il 5 -101)
11 t .a Ii v. ... i o ti eli- ... ir tI 20p
12 13 v. .....I.. 'l'ioimasvilie ...... ar 2 261p
S 1l) !v. .... 31 onltgolmery. .... t. ar (i .t1 a
II lop ilv. .....l. rirniui' li' uIa....... ar a 47a
(G 10aI v........... N ash ie.. . ar S' )
12 1-1) I N ....... Louisville ........ .r I: i-h)
4 1.)p arl ...... Cinhl cininat-i- ........ .-t1 11 05lI
hlllni], ,.' slep'oers (Aii"iinila.. i, Chlio, and
Tlanilm, via JacLksoni\ille. 1llhnaui e:ur.s
Jaek.,nvillo and SNe\v Orleans. 1, 2, 9 and
10 daily.
il'erndit iia andht (3Clbeiland 1 Itoute.
No -Yo. (W) For -llinsviCk No. '(iI. 6[
4 30p 9 301a hv Jaxvi1le ar S 7i8a 131:1p
5 1Op) 11 l(la ar i'eranlina Ilh v I 3 a 2 It45)
Leaves joicksoll\'i.-li) alild F".i :Iulltliia
daily, exc ept Sull'ay. S.ti"h[ly trhin leaves
!.tckonviihle :40, inliakes Cunlberland1
11oite1 comecti, n. i.eaves lFerniltdinia 5,
1L. il ., rrives Jat .kso' i ville (i:l.) p. ll, s1i ll-
IIni slee3ilA itars !ifBru1nswick to A\tlAiItlta,
and Atlhina to ,. ,,, ant Na:j4\'il<.
Co( )lmects at I ,.,. i t'r 'Di'enhess,
,ll'berhIid Island, Jclkylil anld and
ritullswick, forminiugI thie (Cuniboriland
R no te, a: d r aiIn Li llhlc le-.clctio iis lor l i a-
(llit, AXItla, CI(hal>Lt.OO 1 and northeul
Ia!)d wN st'v t ) oi.ts.
T ick e t o 'ice ?U W lMn y S t., C( r r ,-,"' I. -
Depot f toot oflh- : itto- ra t s[re n, .- ,I.
A .). lAItDONIk'11, ;.e,. l'ass." Agenti.
N. S. I'PENNIMi'lUN, ''T;ai-hc lau-er.
]{ip:li,-s Ta'lU ;cS 111 11111ys rcII th.s

if) I". il Levy co(toul Florida, with a view
to the :aniellation (io' said enm'y, tuie said
parties are hereby slinuilolei tou aptuear iCa
liarco, I)efo're 1 V. litch, N. P.,
onl thie Il.h day ol fOctober, 18,,2, at 10
o''.tlock a. '.m., to r','p-.nid-ai11 ftrnlish tes-
timollny ci6nerihing siiM aleged'abandun-
1n1e t.
Alex. Lynchi, Re.g-,iter.
V. J. Shipmian. teceivwr-,
The case will bie considered in lltis o'flice
Nov. 18, 18)2. .
In Circuit Conurt, 5ti ,iJudiciaIl Circuil
of Florida, Levy County-Ini Chail-

A. B. LoV-is vs. Johtn L. .mones a adininis-
trator ol the estate ofV J. Jonesi, tde-
ceased, and S-ll-n:i B. ,tJ'6ies.
[TINiilt aidlyll i-'virtue ofla 1ina! decree
LJ rendered i In ie .albovea causle oil tihe
1-1th diy of' May, A. 1). 1'192, thle under-
signed, special master named ,tnd ap)loivt-
ed i said decree t-o execute the same, Nill
on 2.Monday, the ;lM day C,1' OctoLb-r, 1S92,
l -'between he lomurs-l' I In "mIn. and 3 p. in..
in front tc e ie 'st X ldor ofl tile court house
iil the town of I roit-iIon, i,'luoida, ol'er.1 a dl
expose '6r ,l"'te, stand will sell to thIe Ligi st
and best li(dter lfor cash,i thIe ilorti:gaged
lpreiises nientioned antlc described in dlit
deeere(t., sa follows, to-wi : Th' -V --, u
ter ofSE quarte('r aid Nd E quuiat rI i
uliinarter of section 1) Tp 1' S. o I ,-
1the SW quarter r of SE qua'fter and N.i;
(Iquarter ntfSE qpi:rte" of section 15 'Tpi. 1I
S. of' Ri. 1i east, in Levy e6C'Int'. Florida,
or so imuich thiercofas wvill satify sal tie-
crce and cots. J. M. liAt-K0,
SSpecial laster.
11. B. Ooulter, Comnpits. solicitor.
Lan i'11111ce at. (0ainesvi1le, F'Ia.,[
Autgut )!), 1,192.
Notice is hereby given that the 'follow-
ing-nalited settler luas Ilced noilice f hlls Yi.-
tentlion to( llaKe fi al '1 1 v ill 1:upl1o1rt oi
his claim, and ,ait said pof't'wiil t! made
be'lire i dt-rc e', or in his ajbs.'Pce, Ch'Iik Cir-
cuit Court aL Broinson, Fla., on Oct. 22,
1112, viz:
wiidow of Caleb IIi-gginbotham,
dee'd., of Chi-f!'anid, Fla.,
lid. 117,9781 for the 1'31 of- NEi mand'Ei,3 of
SEV14 Sec. 2', T'. 12 S. I. 14 E. '
le linamies tile following' i wnesaes to
pr'oveh' 115 conthiluolis reid'a uililon, and
culltivatioil or, said land, viz:
J. W. Du'ranei J. S. Drumllnond, B. F.
MIeKinnie, o C hi'flil'.ad, Fte., and J. N, Os
teen, of oLevvsill,. Fla.
A -,-. LXN (CT, -Register.
Land Oipee at Gjainesville, Fila.
t- V( 2.
AUl.!., C 1., IW-.
Notice is h!ereL'y gcisve that the flA-low'iou
named'setlleh lias fileId notice of lhis inten-
tion to make ,inal 'r oof in support of his
claim, aild that said prot' will 1ma1le litbe-
tore Jludge. or in his abse-nce, Clerk Circuit
Cotiurt, at Birorsonl, Fl., oin Sei-'. 80, 1J:5
sof, Fla,,
lhd. 22857 ,or thie Ni iit of ',V;., N.. of
N\Vx'1 oflS\xV, x,1 -.. of'5iltlf ti' SViy4t and
eVt' Ef i.E of S\Vx ,i Sec. i,1 T. 12 8. il. 17
IHe iamies the following witnesses to
prove .is epoutinuor,,n'estdomnce upOn, and I
cultivation of'. said land, yi;;:
J. V. Burke, o I Ocal, aIba. i'mWi'li ,i.
Goll-in, olfA Aat0ion. 'tla,, "Andre"'vi llid'll,
vVitlktki a 11t, of' Bronsonii. I'll.
ALEX. LYNCIA, leoiister.
RiTpans Tai.lmlkls : for liver troubles.
iptals t'a'mi lr'S clure scrofilai.
Ritans Ta)unles ,prolong life.

eral ,Ilection to be held in each county iI
Florida, ol Tuesday, next succeeding the
First Monday in October, 1il2, the said
Tuesday being the4th lday l the said Oc. ;
tober. Tlhe said Joint ItRbsoluti.ou reads a,

-A.EmTQI-iE 1
Section 2 of ArticleX of the Constitution
is hl'reby amended so as to read as fibll,'ws.
"The exempnition provided tor in section 1"
of Artiel*X of the institutionn of l'iorida'
shall inure to the wid6w ant descendantI.
oi"ll .'. ;. titled to such exemption in
the ,I .-, proportions, viz: One-hallf
thereof to the widow, if thcre be a widow,
and the rt'.efainig bahi' to the child or child-'
run and hisor t'hir deaeendac.ts. thile latter
taking the interest theuii parents would
tale if alive, If there be1 no child, child-
runi or descendants. then the .exemptilina.
shall iinure to the widow, if thire be no,.-
will. as provided in section of this Article.,
Iflelirie'e lieno widow then lihe exelipiio.a.'
shall inure to the descendants or the parry.
entitledthliereto, and suchli exemptions shall '
aiipply to all debts except as splctied in
Section 1 ofs;'id Article."
50,\ tiherctore, niotice ot' sueh dpte:,rinia-.
ti( i is herro,,y ,iven, iihli th lfullowing.
Anly elector desiring to'vote at such- elec- ..
tioin ;i ai'ivoi r .H.tlo saidt Aioindmeiit shall,
have v,ritten pr p-irir-1.l in the same ballot2
Oil wliKl tle ih *,h .ph. pe'sOln Or lp5rson01
voted forfor any ofnee or oltices at said'
election are written or printed, and on the,
sa;:ei side tIereof as si'li nailins iire
written n or printed, the words 'o. the
Aincinient," and any elector desiring to,
vote against said Amendment, ShallI have.
writteii or rinlted on such ballot, on lhE.
side tVereof arove ';)rocrilied, ,tle words;
11'-.'Afailst the Amendmenat."'
Thlie votes'east on tlis cnlvas ed alidl declaration antl return
thi-rof shall be mIade liy the Inspectors,'
and by the County Canvassiuig Board, and2
by the State Canvassing Board. in. tihe
saime manner and at tlie smine limes a>B
votes east for persons tor offices at snict
election are required by law to be canvas-
sed, declared and returned. of thle Sheriffs is- called to,
the law r'iutiriIIg them to cause a notice of-
thle saidi election to be published in a new5.
tioper printed ii the county, if there be &
paper in the county; and if there-be no pa-.
per published ini the county they shall
cause at least five copie.s of this noaiv:. to.
be posted in'the most pliiblic places in the.
In testimo y wihereof, I have hereunto,
set my daid and have he-reunto af- -
lixed ilie (Great Seal of Florida, at0
'Tallahassee, the Capital, this 22d
day of Junie, A. I). 1).i2, *:
Secretary of Stlte.
To 'VW. 11. Bigltaniw. Siriff L.evy County.
Land Oflic'e at Gainesville, Fila, ,,
Aug. l 1" 1;,
Yocee is hereby given that the ti'ollowin?-.
iiin(:d settler has liled 1ioice of his inten.
lion to make commnnutation proof in supportt'
o0 his oliani, and th at said proof will bhI
ri-ad'e iei'ofi, Reki.s'ier .ld Receiver e .at
Cauiii sville, Fla oni Oct. 12, IS,, v18 :. ..
WILLIAM E, VJI'SlTE, of T'renton,
JId. 18s010 for tl:eIV W of NAf, Sec. 24, Ti
10 S. R. 1i 1,,
Lie names the following witnesses to;
prove his continuous residence upon, aitd:
culi. ration of, said land, viz:
IT. i. Il,-.,1i, ,S. S, Smith, DP. Smith,
S. G. i! i ihI. i -, ot Trenton, I'la.
ALEX. LYNCH, Register.
jPi V IU 1 and WhilskeyHabits,
paired at home with.
V"~~~~~~61 ;~ I :$OT ail. Book of~paI'.
15 11 B 'S tieliari; sent AElit.
I' ANIt at, dHo. Offlce!0.l1WhitehbxiiRt

For fifty years carriage makers havetried to invent a'"sihorr-tuirn" veiicIit
that would not be a ''turn-undcr." Success came with the invention Ot
| SHO a, ,

The short-turn device and lhe other merits,ofwhich there nre mnnv,.i -re described in ui
iuestr.ated ci-t.dogue, ;hicit witli address of local geCnt, will be sCut free to Inl on-;
TuHE, B.'RTHiOLOSI- W Co., CNcixN-\'iTi, 0,

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Church Directory.

.Methodist church--lrev. WV, S. Ich-
ardson, pastor. 1'reaching the Iir i
i d fourth Sun iday in each month, at
I a. i. :and 7 p. in.
-Sabbath school every Si)undav at 2,
S". m ; Dr. J. M. Jackson, Sr., Suiipt.
Baptist church-Dr. J. S. )Wliarlton,
"pastor. Pre lciin 1 i he third Sn -
day in each iPonlt, at 11 a. i. and
7 p. m. I
." Sabbath school every Sunday at
10 a. in.; 0. J., Fariner, Suipt.
Evangelical church--Dr, S. Bean,
pastor, preaclhecs every s.ecand alnd
tlurth Sn-nday in every mouth, at 11
a.m. an'l 7 p. in.
Sabbath school every Sunday at 10
S in. ;.Dr. S. Bean, superilteudent.
Ebenezer Baptist church.-Services
very third Sunday and Saturday be
p. re, by Rev. J. S. Goiger.

;Secret Societies.
Bronson Lodge N o. 7, F. & A. M..
b olds its regular couminnnications on
S. th firstMonday in each month. yVis-
S ing brotj)irs invited to attend.
BEi FnREDrA.X, See.
u' ral Gall ai.l T l''-.' *' i T. .l.())
_- Ull >0" 1 _l h.. 1. "1--. .... 1.00
n Home Magazi:.e and T.-D .. ...... 1.25
SJudge's Library and T.-D ..........
Demorest's Masazine and T,-D ...... 2.51
ikens' Compnete Works nrd T.-D... 1.i10
M amnoth Cyolopaedia and T.-D ...... 1..0
S ndianapolis Sentinel and T.-I)........1,5 f
Vote right.
Vote Tuesday,
.Vote for Barco,
Vote for Blitch.
t- for Shands.
Vote for Philips.
Vote for Fugate,
Vote for Prevatt.
.V' Vote for Bigham.
Vote for A'nderson.
i.. Vote for Finlayson.
Vote for Friedman.
Vote the democratic ticket.

The Baptists will take Cedar
Sos*av. -


What shall we have to write aoout
S- hen the election is over?
Read Sutton's letter on first page,
and vote against, thira partyism,
We will announce the election of
the democratic tAket next we*.
cEiree's WINE OF CARDUI for female diseases.
Miss Claribel King, of GCinesvillh
is visiting her sister, Mrs. O. J. Far.,
'- mer.
iss Ethel Barco returned Sunday
from a-summer visit among friends in
S" eorgia.
Mr. F. H. Butter and wife, of Levy-
v ille, went to Pablo by the sea last
Thursday, to enjoy a brief outing.
S- while Judge Friedman is not grow-
ing thin. it is a Ifaintul fact that he is-
s. seyery few marriage licenses. What's
the matter?
Judge R F. Taylor passed through
town Monday en route to Old Town
to be present at the marriage of Col,
T. .P. Chairs.
Mrs. Lizzie Carter, widow of the
-., late Clark Carter, has moved to Gain-
aville, to the regret of her ihany friends
In this county.
"-Mr. J. N. Lummus, who has been
"i for the past few months located in
W-' aukersha, Wis, returned last week,
His headquarters are now at Jackson-
,, S'WINE OF CARDUI a Tonic for Women.
f-.' Rev. J. F.' Sliands has purchased
f.- Mr. McCortery's little yacht., and will
ppend some time on the river for the
benefit of his liealth.---Fernandina
The many friends of Miss Madge Ice
will be pleased to learn that she is now
one of the able faculty of Jasper Nor-
": mal Institute. Miss Ice is a successful
While it is hard on the sheriff, "it
p "- speaks well for the county that busi,
-_ iess in the sheriff's office has not paid
f. tor the postage stamps used in the
past Fix months.
Mr. Porter McLeod, third party
candidate formjudge, is another who
:says he has no idea of being elected'
SThose who expect nothing shall not
:-, be disappointed.
We will not wait until the election
is over, but will now shake SAioP
v:- ithodr political opponents if any ot
t- hem have. entertained other than
-, friendly feelings towards us. On our
part we have none but the best of fe-el
i pigs for every man.
cELREE'S WINE OF CARDUIJ fo.. Weak Nerycs.

Mr. Louis Appel was ia town Fri-
day. He says the Wacassassas are run
ning over, and the excessive rains are
interfering with thie gathering of his
corn crop. Mr. Appel is a atrongthird
party man, and is a candidate for as-
A'essor. He says he knows he will not
.' be elected, but that if-every alliance-
S- an belonged to the third party they
would win. Fortunately a majority c'f
alliancemen are democrats. Mr. As,
Spell says the third party made a mis-
',:. .. take in putting out a state and county
ticket; that the reforms demanded ai
-" in national affairs, and that his party
would have had more symtcpathy if it
S had not attempted to. go- the ',-whole
. .- log." Mr. Appel is a good citizen,
-.* and we dislike to see liin, with imny
others of our friends, or the wrong
-jd. of the politic,,,l 4ace..

Sc.t. 29.
Don't let u10 lose our heads over tlie
Miss Mfadge Brewer went to Gaines-
ville Monday.
Col. S. Y. Finley, of Gaineaville,
was in town Mondaly.
A coluinatioln wind, u-nhl, rain and
thutider tor'm.visitcd us Tuesday.
There were nine additions to the
Ebeniezer lBaptist church last week.
Arrange your business o you can
go to the polls and vote next Tuesday.
"Cap" Sutton has been confined to
the house wit-h a badly swollen fice,
caused by blood poisoning or erysipe-
Harmony Bapti't association co'-
veneet with tuhi Atsena Otie church
to-day, and will remain in session
through Stund"y.
When weak, weary and worn out,
Hood's Sarsaparilla is just the media,
cinle to restore your strength and give
you a good appetite.
Dr. J. Ml, Jackson has been suffer-
intg very much for some time zith
a bad foot, and is forced to get about
on a eritch. He has something liko
Mr. and Mrs.G3omm,of A]IRion, and
Miss Mattie Miller were in town Tues-
day. They say that the Banitist
church ltfilding will soon be ready for
F. M. Jolly, Dist. P. A. of the E.
T. V. & G,, writes us that an annual
cheap excursion will be run to Atlan-
ta on Oct. 6, and that the passengers
will be given every attention.. Train
w-ill leave Jacksonville at 6:20 p. in.
Thursday, Oct 6; rate, $5 for round
trip. Fare from Bronson; $7.90.
\ We call attention of the tax payers
of the county to an article in another
column wrritteu by Mr. P. M. Colson.
It shows who pay the taxes and who
reap the greatest benefit from them,
We hope none of our friends will
again malign our non-resident pro
perty owners, for we reap the twenefit
of the taxes they pay.
We haye always agreed with our
third party friends that there are evils
that should be remedied, but we insist
that they place the blame where it
belongs and not on the shoulders of
the democratic party. Our party
stands on the platform of retrench,
ment and reform, and it is not re-
sponsible for the evils that exist.
Through the indomitable efforts of
Mr. Arthur C. Jackson the work on
Florida's building at the world's fair
has commenced and is progressing rap-
idly. -It is the opinion of Chicagoans
that the cholera scare will in no way,
affect the'success of the great fair. We
hope to see the wealth and resources
of Floridal well represented, for there
is only one Florida,
Bronson Graded school opens Mon,
day with Mr. W. I H.McClendon priii-
cit-al. The children .can ect together
tneir hooks and prepare to put their
minds to wVori for the nextsix or eight
monthlis. Let's enter this work ,arnest-
ly, children, with theoetermination to
acquire knowledge at any cost. Pas
tience and perseverance will win it.
The revenue cutter McLane, whose
territory is between Cedar Key and
Cape _rlorida came *here for reparl's
hist Sunday and is now living at the
F. C. & P. railroad Jook. She was
formerly the old man of war Delaware
and is, despite her aae, still in first
class condition. She is in command
of Lieutenant E. C. Chaytor, her cap,
tain having stopped offt' at Key West,.
The other officers are 2nd Lieutenant.
J. M. Moore; 3rd Lieutenant, ', S.
Van Boskerch; Chief Engianeer, Steph.
en Keogh; Assistant Engineers, C. F.
Nash and F. B. Brown; Pilot, H. J.
Seymore and a crew of 35 men.-Tam-
va Tribune.
Try BLAt.CK-DOAUGHT tea for Dyspepsla.
All buy medicines, and you want them
cheap-at retail at wholesale rates.
Jacob's Pharmacy, the olrgest sou themr
"cutters" of prices, has an advertises
ment jn to-day's paper containing a
few prices. All other articles are sold
at siaiilar low rates. No matter what.
you want that is usually kept in a
large drug store send to them. They
will sell it at astonishing low rates.
Express charges for packages under
five pounds, twenty-five cents. Watch
these advertisements and prices. Send
for a number of things at once. Is a
word to the wise sufficient?
'Arkansas' Australian ballot lawv
as enforced by the ruling organization,
is ounningly calculated to help the
Democratic party. The system pros
vided by the law is cumbrous and em-
barrassing. It makes voting slow, keeps
thousands ef persons who meet all the
requirements away from the polls, and
thus diutranchises large part of tle
citizens of the state. The election of-
ficers see to it that the disfri'nchising
is visited on Populists and not on Dem,

The above is taken from the Relief,
Apsaper whose editor is a candidate of
a party whose platform demands the
adiootion of the Australian ballot law.
If Editor Bean will go with us to
Maine and Vermont where the "runl
ing organization is ecuningly calcu-
lated to help" the republican party, he
will find that the secret ballot in those
republican states has helped the dem-
ocrats, as it is bound to. do when the
people can vote as they please. Mr.
13eau oughti:o condemn the best plank
in the platform he stands on for it
cannot "keep thousands of persons who
meet all requirements away from the
polls." Under that hlw e'ery mani
has a right, if qualified, to go to the
polls antd consume three minutes in
yoling. How prone are we to comt,
deomn that which shows our wsaknveas.
A :- BLACK oDRAUGIT 'a cuses Co:>..tipation.

i'.,li lO'i ,,i -I (,.i; c';'. it ;
21uch i lhas nle.- n o -11i l of late on t(he
subjd ci of taxation amd IthatI our peo-
ple are hearing ilialny anlid vari)iusbutr-
.,laiiled, are iArplosed on Ilic people by
every deipartl ull ft' ihle govelrnmentl-
colli Y, state and llnationial.
There aie three departments in our
G'ovcriiment,l, the local or couni;tv, slate
and national, and each of ihlise have
the power to assess the people for tax-
es, and it we with to find out which
department of our government oim-
poses the hleaviest ljurdes upon us
we should divide the investigation of
the subject into three divisions, viz:
countLy,-state amil national.
I began the investigation of the sub-
ject by examining the lax books for
our ([a"vy.) county, a:!nd Iound the total
assessment of all the property in the
county Vfor the pres1ut year oft1892 val-
nue at i$1,530.203.10, and I divided the
property holders into four classes, viz :
nion-residents, IR. R. and l.1, 7i ,,,
phosphate lands, and citizens of ilie
county, and by this division the assess-
nient is, as follows :
Noniire:idl(n. ..ts................ $4t', 0.00
a R. and TelegrTaph ........... 8to,00 .D0
Phosphate Lands ............... 15 ),1100.00
Citizens of the couilty......... ...ii -5:,203.00
The lulal stale .oa(1 coniji taxes as.-
sessed is $22,638.00, orfwhiin amount
the tax payers who live in the county
will only paly $10,498.00, and thlie bal-
ance, $12,140.00 will be paid by prop-
ertv holders who don't, live ill the
coUntvy. And of the taxes thus paid,
$5.1l6i.00 will go to the state, and $15,-
221.00 to the county.
From lthie $8,416.00 paid to the stale
the following a1i1oitnis will be )aid
back to Ilie people of tIlhe county, viz:
Schools about ............ 2,000.00
JJurors &N witness lees and cost in
criminal lrooseeulions abuloiit 2,0,11.00
Disabled soldiers in Levy co. about 1,500.00
From li'e $15,221.09 paid to the couin-
Iy', about, $i9,000.00 will go for the
schools ot tile county and the relmaiUn-
ing' $ii,221.00 of the county fund will
go to keeptp the public roads, bridges.
boards of health, )aUpters,and Ilie sal-
aries of our county olihers; a state-
nient of such disbursements being
published every J,,uiaay for the in-
spection of thei 1tax payer.
The tax payers who live in the conii-
(y pay $1,321.00 less than half tlhe tax-
es, and nearly seven eights of all liat
is paid by all classes is disbursed and
paid out in the county for the benefit
of its citizens,
The tax payers who re-ide in the
county will pay about $10,500 00 state
and county taxes this year, and thev
will get back for schools alone about
$11,000 00, and will also get about $9.-
500.00 besides, as shown above.
Of the $23,638.00 state and county
taxes, about $20,509.00 will be disbur-i
sed andl paid back to people of the
From the foregoing facts ,aid figures
I learn that the resident tax payers.-
the citizens of the ocounutv,-,are.gretting-
the benefit of two dollars for.every one
dollar which they pay to the state and
cou nlty,
Tile taxes collected from the citizens
of Levy for state and county purposes
is not ,le catise d ot ui o burdens, what-
over they may be from oliher sourcnie,
because they get back from tlihe state
and county twice as niuch as they pay.
Lf we can affird to cut down our
school term, do away with the board
of health, abolish the present systeni
of' wiorkiing the roads, and call out thle
people of the county tlo koeeop thepiu ip,
luirn away all the paupers and cut
down the salaries of our couilty offi-
curs, we cold possibly reduce ilie as-
sessmient some, but in either case it
should be remembered that morc than
half of the ,-.-1., .: 1I ithe people of
the county gfit the benefit of, is paid
by properly owners who do notlive in
thlie county.
What citizen will stand up and say
that the school term should be made
less, I wish the term could be made
loinger-r, and that our people could tca-
lize tle great benefits to be derived
from the common schools ooif ouicolun.
try, vthlie children of our country.
can be educated, the liberty and well
being of the government can be as,
su'red ; but on tlie other hand, if -ourl
people are allowed to glow up in ia-
noranc we e may expect tlie overthrow
of our American liberties anlt many
heavy burdens fi'oi the law inaking
departments of our country. o
We may be playing heavy and 1 -
just taxes, and it is possible that mnanv
changes in some of our existing laws
could be made greatly to the'-iterest
of the people, but one thing is sure,
the people of Levy county get froni
tlue state and countyt fund twice as
nuch as they pav in, and if they still
insist that they aro.burdened with tax-
es, they nay look to thle national lawi
uuaking department for their grieyanu
As loan as A and B will do fair by
us and give us two dollars for one w0
should not fall out with them because
C is not acting fair by, us. Woutd it
not be nore sensible to hold to A aid
B and "straighten o0t" C?
Let's try and locate the source from
wileilce ol hardships comi, ant seek
to reiuedv tele evils,
But let. us le govetrned 1,y solier
jiuliment and discretiou, and lie will-
ing to give evel0yone credit for the
good lie is doing.
State and county f' taxes are not the
onl" burdens our peoplle-arc carrying,
I fear that whatt our people spend
for tobacco andi other useless things,
and lose from "lost time," out quite a
large figure in our hardships.
Sldon't say that lour people are not
hburodneud w0ith taxes and uni fair leg'is-
lation, bit all our burdens don't come

from that source, antd we should (o.n-
sider tile matter, fairly and stOould not
seek to fast, n tll grievenccs upon ally
person or administration unless they
are guilty.
I give these facts and -,, ._..i',,,.\i
for 't1he caudid 0mnsidcratiou of OLtr
people, ti"lsting it' may help some one
to unulerstaiid tlihe. finamiiM l (olition
oft our coulinty. P1. .1. (COLSON.

Sheriff' Jighamr has opened a first
class livery stable here.
Col. II. B, Coulter is expected bome
this week from a trip to Atlanta,
Messrs. W, J. Epperson and J. E.
and J. N. Luniuius went to Old Town
yesterday to attend the wedding.
While oifl er slates are selecting, ecm-
)lh!'i'itic llower1s-, Ne York w iill do
well to retain iiosw l '', that cap-

The Song of tiC f'cokde's Partfi.
T'l'h '' tinl('s lli'ri' l n sixiv -siX,
Siraiv's. not nfodilh'dl i.' u111:lking brih ks. '
Crops depend on politl.ics,
And the people's party knows it!
Plow and lhoe are ibolh play! d out,
T''!s way to Lfaril is to rii i a ibout
To P'. I' meetings and storm lnnd spout;
Ad the people's partly Ilknows iti
wViy sbooul the fariner dolvhe nnd ditch
hy should (ltie Caroer's wife dari and
st ich ?
The govelrnnelt caln make 'in richoh
And the people's party nowsws it!
iWhen we've kicked tihe plutocrats down
And purged Wall street of its btlls and
We're all goin' to lie millionaires;
And thel people's party knows it!
Away witlih he infamous mnortgagee!
No more we'll be ilaunted by such as lie.
Uncle Sami pays for all, d'ye see?
And the people's party knows it!
0, this will be a glorious land
W hen things are done as we hauo planned-
And we'll hayo prosperity, fresh and cal-i
n id:
And the people's party knows it!
The leaves of the trees will be dollar notes,-
There'll be diamond rings round the heads
of oats,
And silver tips ol th]e horns of the goats:
And the people's arty nows itll-
The choese'll be SiBver atid th0 bitter'll be
The stream'll run whisky, hot and cold, -
And the 3Mugwumps will forget to scold:
And the people's party knows it i ,
'PThe 6t ult.'IIl b he i thprox.,
The girls w ili cease to think of frocks,
Jerry '-ililpsol' feet be sheathed in socks:
And th people's larly knows st!
So, hurrah, hurrah for thile great P1'. P,
I eqtals 7 anid 0i eiiiatls ,
A is B, and X is Z:
And the people's party knows it!
-New York Sun.

Mrs. Lyaia J. Coulter and family
wisn to extend thanks to the people of
Bronson, and others, for their kind at-
ten lions and gifts of fruits, flowers, etc.,
during the long and painful illness of
the late Senator William R. Coulter.
Sympathizing 'hearts and loving hands
are gratefully remembered, while we
bow submissively to the Divine will of
Him who doeth all things well.

Cupud's Love lnot.
It is said that it is "better to be
born lucky than rich," but when one
can claim both luck and riches such.
an one is peculiarly fortunate.
During the past week cards have
been received by certain lof our citizens
reading as follows:
Mrs. L, C. McCartyv
requests your presence
at the marriage of her sister
Miargaret Cottrell
T. P. Chairs,
Wednesday, September tweity-eighth
a-t eight o'clock,
at heir residence.
Old Town, Fla,,
Col. T. P. Chairs, the groom, is one
of LaFayette county's wealthiest and
most respected citizens. His wide
circle of friends will be pleased to.
hear of his good fortune
Miss Marargaret &.ttrell is one of tlie
fair belles of Cedar Key, and wi'il
t'eigu queen in the home of Col.
('hi i. with perfect grace.;
We congratulate" our friend, and
wish him and his young bride irany
long years of happiness,

Mmr. L. 1B. yianvlen,
Of Augusta, Me., says: "I 0o neot remember
when Ibegan to take Hood's Sarsaparilla; It,
was several years ago, anal I have found it does
me a great deal of good in imy declining years.
I am 91 Years
2 months and 26 days old. andm niy health is per-
fectly good. I have no oches or pains abo.utiwe,
Hood's arsapariila
regnaiites my bowels, stimulates my appetite,-
and el'iis ee a o sleep wollI. 1 doubt if a
preparation ever wa inado so well suited to
the wants of old people L. I3 HADI.LEN,
Elm Street, Augusta, tie., Sept. 26, 1891.
HOOD'S PiLLS are a mild, gentle, painless,
rsfe .id il ecionte cathitrtl,. ,lwy relellAbl.



IX olR--


Phosplhiate Lands for


We advertise lihevily in Northoru papers.
lIivo eol-rlii)olliolt-, everywiveirce. Iasve
daily en-iuiries i lounitluts .. w '- Write
for information and lit giistry bliliks.

W, A. TAYLOR & Ca.,
Agen I ., liorhhla Plo-splhat& Lands,




The Wholesale and Retail mer-
ch'nts. IMe rbuy fur cash and
can Cajord to sell cheap. Our
goods are the best and our prices
the lowestt. e. have the largest
stock of Dry Goods, Groceries,
Idtr'dw)are, Etc., ever brought to
.ronso., and 'must sell. If you
9wiant to be convinced call on

Epperson, LummuIs & Co.

te can make it to /our interest
to trade with its., Ie are going
to please our customers bI/ selling
them what, they want at astonish-
ingly lcw' prices. Bear this joct et
in mind. Come to us jor your
orange crates

We BUY for CASH and BUY to SELL!


I have just enlarr/ed my store building to make room for my
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, my

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

I am agent /or the "Gossypitum Phospho," and "Sea
Guano, and can sell you a Tenressee Gent' or
"Florenice" wagon at factory prices.
I can sell you anything
you, want at your
own price.


-niT\-. .

Altorney-at-Law, ::
Prompt and careful attention giv' '
to bulsijess, 'ly
_ENtY B. COULTER, '-* '
:EB1O13-TSO-L", 'IFA,.
Solicitor in Chancery.

Practice in all courts, office in TIME
DEMOCRAT buiildinig.

B:2,03srso Tr, L.--A-1
--(0o :)---
Keeps on haud a general assortmncn
of Ladies', Misses' and Childrens



of the latest styles. Also a full ln

Livery Stable .

Archer -' Fla.

Ilorses and buggies by the -hour,
day or week. Phosphate prospectors
can be accommodated.
je2591-ly Proirietor.

Eberhard Fabfer's
- COedta" x- Bxa3. --





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Iaow =:aic e

11PS. J. TiEjR1LL, Prop.,
Bronson, Fla.

oct tt




Staple aii Fancy Gro'eries,


c o0 'E][, C Rl^



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

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

Sta 1 a ia Paiicy rrn
0 -

JWe keep a rresh and well selected stock of Dry
Goods, ClH*a. '-,, lIat's, Shoes, Furniture,,
and everything usally,M found in a
/first class store. IFe pay
the hi./jhest cash
price for *
Country Produce, and invite your patronage. We
U,'ill please you with good goods, loew 'prce.'
cnd fait' dealings. Wle will sell
Cheaper than you can buy

Furniture Emporium
. l .IlI 1 111

-All persons not authorized are cautioned
against handling cedar branded As above.
Address all communications and offers
of cedar to
B-4 5 &45 & ; lh" rl tiEc:l,
Nei York.

Ge0. S. Iackr & Son,

Charleston, S. C,


Doors, Sash, Blinds,
Send list for prices, n[rav7911-y

0 a AoS.n AT L A a A '
"IS C .l i BY I. LAST'
W. J. EPPERSON, lBronson, Fln.

BY- ..

1529 Arch St., Philad'a, Pa. '

For Consumption, Asthma, Biouchitis..
Dyspel sin, Catarrhi, Hay Fever,
Headache,. Debility,. Rheu .
liuatismi, Neuralgia, -
And All Chronic and Nervous,

It has heen in use for more than twenty -
years; thousands of patients llave been
treated, anid over one thousand physicians.
hiave used it aud reconiuenud it-a very
significahit laqt.

It is agreeable. There Is 'no nauscoun
taste, nor after-taste, nor sickening smuell.. -.

e "'Cor:potmd Oxygen-Its Mode of Ac.
tion and Re!inlts,"".iis the title of a book ofr
2';0 maes t ipulished by T)rs. Starkery & Pa-
lei, ,hicli ives to alh iinquirers tulfl infoi-
moition as to this remarkable' curativete
agent, andu.a record ot surprising ctues in
a wide range of' hi ronic eases-amaiy of-
tlhein alter being abaitndonied to.die by oth- .
er lilpysicians. 'Will bem ailudfdtreeto anuy.
address uin application.

Drs. Starkey & Palei,
1529 Arch St., Pliiladelphia, Pa. -
120 Sumter St.. San Francisco, Cal- -
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Ripians Tabiiles c(nr dyspepsia.,
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S. at Our Sunnier Food Should Con-
sist Of'--How to kep Ice from Meflt
lug Too "Fant Equivalents ol
S. Welghits In Cooking Materials.
:- Half the illness that occurs at
one season, can 'safely be at-.
iributeo to improper dieting,
S laken at another. We hear of i
,oItl feeling weak in the summer,
,r suffering from those different
ilmlents due to malnutrition, such
as boils, skin diseases, obesity or
d .bilitv. Now this would not boe
so if. the person adopted his diet to' requiri-nvrnt.< and to the season.
No sen-iblo person would think of
heepiig a large fire burning, in his
room in the summer. If lie did
--he would undoubtedly soon feel
:the effect. of it, but many a man
Swho would feel himself insulted if
lie wore not thought a sensible
persortfwill eat in the summer to
repletion. foods the particular ac-
tion of which is to supply heat in
* excess. Perhaps we cannot do bet-
tor here than to explain that the
foods that are tci l .'-1 into heat
r- : -tbit i keep up the heat of the
body-are starches, sugar and fat;
rnd thlos, thut more .particularly
nourish (hi? nervous and muscular
vystrn-m are the albumen and
altss. It will therefore be seen
t that thi latest proportion of
sununor 1' should consist of
gi'ren veg,-t;tbles, cooked, or as
Salas; white or lean meats, such
as chick.'n, g .me, rabbits,.venison.
fish and f rit:-w.-The Popular ScL-
'. ence Montly.
To Koeep Ice from- Melting.
It is oftnii desirable to know how
to keep a li:i of ice from melting
for a e,. -r-ilderable -time, and a
'Western j.:.u nal tells how it- may
bhe done. There are three or four
things thliat will help to keep the
SreJous nui1g:'ift of ice from melt-
ing away if. the housekeeper will
"only rernember them. One is
to keep ice warm is 'the way to
keel it cold. A piece or ice in a-
S- pitcher, v.ith a pail over the
[pitcher and a rug over the pail,
will keep, all night. A piece of ice
in a refrigerator, covered with a
snug, -white blanket, will cheat
thb greedy ice man every day and
snap saucy fingers at the milk that
does not dare to get sour or the
beefsteak that dares not fail.
These things are admirable-in
-their way, and should be in every
hatband. but the greatest trick of
all is newLpiupers. VWiIi plenty of
-*. Iewsipl)r's a. above, below and on
S.every side, t e way a piece of ice
i l keep i a joke.

Packing \Vii:t-r Clothing-.
Get a whi-lzey barrel and have
i-...etop t ak-n ofT' and drive a large
.'. peg in the top for a handle to the
cover, so that you can easily take
S it off.
Thenput hn the bottom of the
barrel a snirall, openvial of dhloro-
.. form. Put in your woolen things
and ihut it, ip.. :
If there ait eggs innumerable,
ready, to hatch, the insects will die
-- and do no'll'm. .
S f. It you- want a garment for an
evening dii iv-: or a chilly day, take
it outt. .-: it, fold it and lay it
back ag:iin. and nothing in ithe
moth line-, v ill destroy it.

Paste '[hi 3 Up in'the Kithlen.-
Not.'e'-'ry houawife has a pair
of -cale--, iiil many who have do
hot ue them half thimn. Elquiv-
alen t-, ,- wei.'ht in certain articles
aire pretty wel understood by the
.. women of t.i house, but there are
,"'- few wlo call guess accurately in
measuring all kitchen materials.
For the benefit of those who wish
to keep a table of reference this,
list is given:
SGin gr-I heaping*teaspoonful,
1- ounclee.
Cin-nainon-1 heaping teaspoon-
ful, 1-4 L.un. .' -.
All.pice--I leaping teaspoonful,
generous nr.osure, 1-4 ounce.
--ClovLes--1 teaspoonful, slightly
heaped, 1-4 once.
Mace-I heaping teaspoonful,
i-4 ounce.
Nutin'_gs--5 equal 1 ounce.

SPeppr--i- heaping teaspoonfuls,

-. M: u d- 1 bucunce -
usta1 d-t prouding teaspoon-
f. .-,, uls, 1-4 ounce. ,
'" .', :Cretan-ot-taiir--', teaspoonfuls

s-./ lightly leaped, In 4 ounce.
S .... koda-i teaspoonful, slightly
r heaped, 1-totnee.
":-.-. powdered sugar-1 tablespoon-
v'-f ful, 1-2-ounOOe. .
'; r '..-anulated sugar-1 heaping
n '; -sp,:,on'piful, 3-4 ounce.
-': .Baking powder--1 heaping tea-
.*, -:.-, ppooiful, 1-4 ounce.
S" Butter-1 rounding teaspoonful,
1-4 ounce.
:.':Flouir-1 rounding teaspoonful,
_. -4 ounce.
Tea-3 scant teaspoonfuls, 1-4

Coffee, roasted berry-1 table-
spoonful, 1-2 ounce.
Bread crumbs, grated-1 oup-
ful, 3 ounces.
Stemmed raisins-i cupful, (
I ounces,.
.English curteents, cleaned-I
.c.." upful, 6 ounces,

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Ofie's, Soldiers, S ilor
'iul their windows are niow, uit
S' er late. act of (C,. *.,'. ,, ei.itlet
:- "* to pension at the r-(ite of $8.0
- per' month on account of the Li
t- wars fi ow 1832-to 1842.
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Rice-1 cupful, 8 ouec.
IndiLa meal --1 Cupt'l, f
oun ces.
('1 'I .'" i .netil--t si'lidly pat. ke'-
cupful, 8 ounces.
Pastry ,lor -r-1 cupful, -
Noew process flour-I sc.nt eu,-
ful. 4 ouincesC.
Butter-1 solidly packed cupf il
9 outle't-.
.Sugar-1 cupiful, granulaticd,
Liquids--1 cupful of ordinary'
liquid, S ounces.
fhe spices are ground. Tl(
cups used hold half a p .lt, olh
1m1eclsure, and aro made of till
and divided inio quart-ir, nnd
thirds. Theo can bo had in anm
housefurnishing ostao li shnent.

How to Preserve Flowr:S-.
To preserve delicate I'o 1 -.
take very fino sand, wash it. per-
fectly clean, and when dry, sift i1
through a fino sie've into a pan-:
when the sand is dooeep eough ti
hold the flowers in an uprii'ght pos
ition, take somne more sifted sand
and carefully cover thoin.
A spoon is a good thing to us-
for this, as it fills in every nool,:
and cranny without bonding ) Sw
breaking the leaves. When -thee
pan is lilb-I suliily, b-ave thm-
flowers to dry for seve1'al days.
it is a good plan to warm the
sand in the oven before uin"g it,
as the flowers will the dry more
thoroughly. in ta.kirg the sand
6ff great care must be used not to
break-tho leaves, as they are now
dry and brittle. Pabnsie- preserve d
in, this way will. keep their slhar-
and brilliancy of color alt wnitc-r
and have a more natural look than
when pressed.

To Wash Delicate Fabrics.
"I -wash my ribbon ruches.
says a young woman, "by jusi
,ipl.]lu them in ammonia and
water. They must not b'
squeezed or wrung, out, but
dipped arid smoothed until clean,
then rinsed and dried. And I roe-
curl the raveled ruches with cmy
curling tongs as if they wore hair.,
And I pin my faith, to cleanse
woolen fabrics, to soap bark. A
five-cent box of that will bring a
woolen gown out with the frosh-
ness of the loom upon it. Steer
the bark in a, pint of water and to:
it add a gallon of clear warun
water. A 'bath in this does not
seem to injure the most delicate
fabric." .
Fans for i'icture-Frames.
A rather unique frame, is -
highly embossed metal fan, witl.
three oval spaces for, photographs.
But it is niot really so unique or sc
pretty as tlii t iu t.,u- :; clever girl
made. She chose a vividly colored
Japanese fan, and spreading it operi
lined the back with a piece oi
heavy linen paper: Then she out
out two oval -.ic--- from the fan
itself, inserted two photograph?
between the fan and the lining al
the top, and a ,Id. 1 a stiff piece of
pasteboard covered with the. papel
as a stand in the back. It imade
just the right sort of frame for the
merry, girlish faces she put in.

An Old-Time Remedy for Colds.
For colds, an old-time remedy
with a nr,.il.h-,U l ..iu i-, stowed
Quaker molasses posset. It is a
very soothing and pleasant drir k,
made as follows:- Let sinunyi
slowly for half-hour one half-
pint of best molasses, one dram of
powdered white ginger and a lumpi
of butter. This should be stirred
frequently and should not come to
a boil. After removing it from
the stove stir in it the juice af tw(
lemons or one ounce of good vitie-
gar, cover, and lot it stand five.
minutes. It may be used hot or
cold, but must not in the latter
case be left in tin.

4A Hint to Excursionists.
The bites and stings of insects
may be at once relieved and in-
flammation prevented if the parts
are touched with strong liquid
ainmonia, A wise pnan for those
who indulge in country rambles or.
who play tennis is to carry a tiny
flat' bottle filled with an nmonia,,
with a small camel's hair brush
fitted in the cork, when it maybcl
used immediately after the attack.

Drawing a Crowd.
School Consus Taker Many
children in this district?
Citizen--Great many; havo you
got to count 'cin ?
School Cenius Taker That's
what I am hIre fr,.
Ciiw n-We-ll, just hian;g aroudlli(i
a little while; I'm going to choir
down a tree.-Puck.

Struck on His Solo.
.e had struck a match on hii
boot heel, and his wife said:
"You are as splry as a catt, aren't
you ?"
"Do you think so?" lie returneiu
Sin a pleased tone.
"Y0s. You light on your feet,

you know."

An iut'ilcitous Example.
Teacher-By reptiles you nmeul
such creatures as crop along thi
ground. Canm you name one as a
Example, Adolf?
Adolf-Yes; lny little brother


Eye and Skin Ointmen ,
A certain cure for Chronic Sore Eyes,
STetter, Salt Rlheum, Scald hcadl, Old
Chronic Sores, Fever Sores, Ecznema
0 Itch, Prairie Scratches, Sore NTipppleu
I- and Piles. It is cooling /and soothing
, Hundrcs of cascs Ihave bc:-cn cured by
it after all othec treatment had failed
l2 5 and 0O cent boxes for sale by
J.1. Jaackson & Son, Bronson, an
W, (, Andmrwv, Archer,

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It pleases eveTybody.
It is an onzesl piano.
It is the WING Piano.

You may have a preference jor
some other make. Still you are a
reasoning creature, and open, to
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The question is too important to
be settled without due thought.
Years of Ltti -t-r. or of i.. t
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"Look before you leap."
Whatever piano you buy, there
are piano secrets you ought to know.
Ourfree book tells them. Send a
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to buy a different piano. WVe take
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It is a handsomely furnished Combination
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It records both eash and credit sales.
It records disbursements. '
It itemizes money paid in on account.
It enables young to trace transactions in dis-
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It1 will keep different lines of goods separate.
Jt shows the transactions of each clerk.
It mnak-us a careless naan careful.
It keeps an honest man honest aend a thief
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