The Levy times-Democrat
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Title: The Levy times-Democrat
Portion of title: Levy times Democrat
Williston sun
Alternate Title: Times-Democrat
Alternate title: Williston sun Levy times Democrat
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Democrat Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Bronson Fla
Creation Date: August 4, 1892
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Bronson (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Levy County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Levy -- Bronson
Coordinates: 29.448889 x -82.636389 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1927?
General Note: Oliver J. Farmer, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 8, no. 49 (Nov. 13, 1890).
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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Succeeded by: Levy County news
Succeeded by: Levy County news the Levy times-Democrat

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e: Deotedl to the Be.,t Idte'esis of Ley, (*: :ly cand Flortdu.



For President:
Of New York.
For Vice-Presidept;
Of Illinois.

For Governor:
of l illsborough.
*. Tu(1re Silpreine Court:
pi Alachua.
For Secretary State:
of Waknila.
.For ('( ptr>oller:
of Leon.
For 2 .tiornecv-General
of" teffersoi.
Foir t'lremasto r:
S. 'Mari mii.
'... liil'! i .','l! P Iblic Sh ols :
WIiAAt.iM N. Sy'LATs
t ., .11 .
?' --Iioii'iiii-.n 'l'f:'^ : A ,grioihiti re :
'O. V U t.()MBVELL

'e 'sidential Eleciors:
8M. SIt(KELFOtDof Ifernaitio.
.B. l, AtIwriVEi.L 1 ,Siwnv itp.
S E. _IAXV OVL i, ot Escanibia,-
v N. Tlt ilt?.-iON of Nassau.

& ,(F'f"CIAL r'4fPL.
n.. e 5i, wttic Primnaiar'q lecttou
'<, : lt-I Saturday, Ait-
-..'~ *' u. 6. 18923.
.e-, i-*r (~ncratic executive, commit-,
S met. .4uly llth with It. B. (Coulter,
S ". 'itirnian; -W. D.I. inlayson, E. H.
;: eereeC '. 4tbghs, T J. Brevatt.
: was ordered that the primary
-- lgetion be held Saturday, the 6th day
-.hny of A u ",ust, 1892. .
.The following inspectors of primary
electionn were appointed, to-,wit;
lis-._ .---,- J"'E aonucs: I1.
*'11i'st. o.' i" Uim cey, [l 0 Druniinond;
S.' Dlit. No. 3--O 1 P Kirklin, J 1 Dan-
'eld; J R Coarsey, elerk.
N1 -l '. ihle, SC Redilick; W
;i!l ieu'iii ell, ,-h'rk. -
t,. N .'s. -., 1' tnelveston, Culpepper
estt.: (oJam; CU Gliues, elerk.
: .- t. No. t-JK I fill1, W S Tison; J S
:, -l tl i c lerk .
( li N,.. 7-E C Price, G W Willis; J N
"- 'illi, h:rk.
; iit. N,,.- 8--I S Pfitlil,, j iHalo; ; G '*
'ist. NI. 9- E Yearty, J S Barnes; J
S-P little, cl"rk.
ist. Nxi. tO-- V W Overstreet, A E Col-,
'-s' oVn; `i' W Veek r, clerk.;
li-t. N'i. tt-J B MeCorquoaidale, E A
It( is c.rderei-tbhit this election shall
-'ie ,a uhl,'He jg eall reSpects, as far as
pratcltic:l ler, in thp same manner as
p. general eih-etious.
i.That itl iiider to entitle any person
o (vot in i election he shall, before
eing Dermittlild .i deposit his ballot,
produce satisfactory evidence to the
Sispectors in the district-in which he
proposes to yote, by affirmation or
otherwisee tl't he has always aritiated
yih' tle tqqpae4a.ti papty, that he is
a registered vqterqs of levy county,
florida, and that he' will earnestly
and honestly supi')ort the democratic
-iclet in the t-ihing general election,
.both county, state an i national,
he '-iiv. i'tl;y, qnui'i'tee will meet
"611 monday, 'tig-t 8th, to canvass
the primary elqe.lion returns, and the
h'anagers of the several districts will
tause e e ballot brought or sent to

1 Dii'i ll, the qhidenmiic of flux in this
co;iitv laist., t1l s eii f had hard work
'6i keep e supply of Clhauiberlaii's
oli<' Chuolcr.a alid Diarrlhoea Jicmedy
i ll.haild. '"P ,olile often 'came i tell ,
w'elv( e piim is' i the tigh.bl t,Q "'t ,

'hij; 'lih;g'pa 9i.tl mie. h iic.u fuor- tihe, lat
It y'iears ali(m t id t qhal ii; lus giveli
i -betier sati.-l'aitt onii'ni caes oftl'diarrl),(ie
: ind flux, tiltai tii, ,l m liciiie 1
S cavc rr ali huie/d.-J, It. Benhani
:0"(ru giast; (fi\,\': i',j.:,. 'p C. (Co., Ill
'()v\r live kl 0,med lbotlesf' of thi.
I le I fllie(dv we.C ul',d ll tl' L uo.tnlty dur-
-r 1-,Iig tlhe cpide ii'..,"l'rce.t (o. It wa.
S-I)'srft-ct sw 1.ess. aumli was tlue on \
", enellhilv thfit~tt o~tt ra the s"orst cases
.., I J)ozenms of uirhson,'s tlimee'O wiI Cel-tiht'
that it saved lihet., i',eic. In tout
(her epiduies c ,ql complain
lis iieuis I-ll b'o !e. iially success
Ill. 2 und :,. ie t y;, i t'te fot,r sale b)
.;'a'ks-ion S& Soil, i' srousoin: aIn
C. Andre\ .s Vlch'er.
e; 'f 'c.i oers

iliis reimed'. 1s bpc.nuintiig so, we,
i. iovwn anIu( l ) pIojilt, a.s to nee( ni
':' l 'UciIl niel liin L ll lio laI',- Ii- (
'. ilectrie Hitler', .iilg tilh, -;ii ,' sul:i o0
p 'ra.ise.- A l| iiteI' I .lu' 11.i' idt'O"' i.o
'~ tlxi-t litL it' i. i-tita i':liletu' ,,i t h
li l that is lailln id ,-hI'-tr t," lliiti-i
w ill cure a ll ii' I;t-' el" 1 tle Iivi'r : 1n
K idnev will i",iov\ 'T'hil',lc., I iil
-ua' Rh iiet ina. ndm ot "isr :ut'licmtu i
c. t' iil.ld li ly i llm rl'u bhlodl.--V ill diiv
S.Ninalarial'rrini il'u -i 'tui- an,'l i rI ,-n
1.- wC, ll'na a ri mll 11 M ilhirial l'\'>'lt-
S* 1 i cllu' cenl' t" I t,11il:'licu. i'r liti.iltio
I uinl hild 'i'sliui' I'rI lEl>h ri,_ Iiilluri
*' ntirt Si li' l .S i 'Al. o.i'li U. '(-;ar:liuleedl
S t.ni'Ity r.li'nutde vl. -' tiec .'l).lt- and i
at(^ le a J. M ,li.,k,,n'-, l.i'
-" 011W ./

s. democratic party. W~ll, the dtIT ii (nmainutas its coiiag' to io ,as itreo ta to boom its own town. Thie:,c aye. as ., e im ,e ,h hs hands to the
n ,i party can. stand such little .unlimited as gold. Tiis is plain aadth drones to e hh of nd0u io 'ow and looks phk is not fit for
, things as tlh t, and foci it less th Ian platical. It is easY to u.de crstaiNt ll t le bu w an loks ht," k is not fit f.it.rh
or the ox feels the weight of lie fly por- Mtat oeyery owner of silver can mliav 'e b'. aund ike t,, b.. n lO-in. niei- .memnbiersnhip in this party. Remember t
1 clied on his horn ; btl what in the (oined free, just as Cevery owner oi OJe.s nat shoillt avoid t f-e mit. the flood, Soson, and Gomorrow, a-nd
Ig thunder is to become of Uaskin i1goldc an, i' lithe Sheiriman law we 'e atet ,nize ,lose ot's wife, Yem fellow citizens, re
s w s, 'poal..--..n'ut. haio l tl'lla tcI' l ti ey i'- l '' tI ot a .is. Y e. .t .l i ,
.la. (t r' tc- ti' ... cit i ic.
, -" ". '

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

The New Seminary eUgister., Stop the Jug Trade.
,o havereed opyof of- .ior'i Demcat. CLE2VELAM.D 0,OR Hr!IRfrf;y,). UlfUifc's Tiew ot the Situation.
Wt'e have rect-ed a wipvof tly offi- *(*'' t ietioiD t As tile f'rmaticin of political par-ties
cial regi,tir of' the jt.as'Flh'rwilda Semi- Why will the peonpe vwte for the 'We take tile following able riclr nc As the formaticn of t political parties
nary for 1891-'92. with announi'ecient passage of certain laws, and then sit 10c 1)o itl'al siluaiion fronl l irm i n state, andsoceties in church, is the
for 1892-'93. We note that theinstruc- down in their idlenc's and suffer then Voter and" F'arm, anil ho,' ever-', order of the day, I come before yoe,v
tors are as follows : Colonel Edwin 1'. most shamefully violated withoutrais- votel ion Levy cots will stuy it representng askthe rugumpsof Levynsider-
Catcr, 'tpcriltendciit and instructor, i the c ome mnchs ago Home n county and ask the careful considera-
):I mathematics. Coi. Co.catr has bvoce Jhel" .' Farui said the 10popi' in IS92. wounl tin ofthie .iiany readers of the TiMis-
4 tpprinitedent of tho Scinuia y for think that the laws of our county have o choose bc lweu Cleveland ami n o0CRAT, ant especially the Doe
fiftcon years. i defend us against the nefarious traffic arrisoni for president. Ecats, Third party men, and the Dpmo
Lieut-Col. Geo.R. Bnrnett,lst Lient. which is now molesting our usually We believe this i.s ttruetoday. The crats, Tird party men and ttepubli
U. S. Arily, retired, Coniiain(lant ald quiet and peaceful community. Prohibitionists have nominated candi- cans. Realizing as we do that a great
instrutcti,r in applied niathtinatics. Itis that of importing a grade of tdtcs who will not carlr a s'l c political crisis is at hand, and as we
Col. urnett is a graduate of the l. S. whiskey into our ipidst from other State, are the only good, wise gnd true men
Mihl'y Acadmy-, West oit, oT the counties that will not ao credit to The Pcopil:', party lias iiominated now left on the face of the earth; and
class of SSO, cad .o of the those who ell it nor are tie ons who candidates who may" .'ar'v a few le- believing as we do that we have now
class o oo 1880, and alors at Leaven- tosewho it, nor are the ons who publican State of"the V est, and it is reached that high state of political
wiorlh. tie b-as won distiniton as a uy, t, ookM upon with much consid- tlain1 they will carry some Sta oo sautificat'on where we cannot sin and
Arvmy officer and- as coinmandant of era tion, I mention the whiskey subject tile Soutilh. ehi t ere cannot sin; and
cadets in military schools in Now .particularly because that is what is For Westoern llcpbliialo vote for tca save this great nationlyfrom
Yc. 1uow iving15 us annoyance, but this is Gcn. Weaver, is to insure the election ll c ti a t ru o
Major B. P. iRicliarrds, instructor in not tilhe only law that is not enforced as ot' Mr. Cleveland. the wreck of timeand the crush of c
l",,r Soidbei'le Dem0ocrats to vote for worlds, we address you this c'irculr let-
Natural Science and Latin. Major provided. I cannot understand wy r Sohern Democrats to vote for we address you with no un-
Richards is a graduate of Yale College, men will trouble themselves to go ot i(. Wa il b to i r. ot come before you with no un "
comed is a successaiul noted cherducators, and vote for legislators to enact 1iws'i'Sl. .il..'. and.e:cclion sUTro. certain sound. .
and is a successful teacher. .and votoflor legislators to enact laws iue I o( readers must decide 1. We believe that al men were
Oaptii'WilbuL Floyd, instructor and thn sit down i, c:ardvl quietude merely between llarri.on and Cleve- born free and equal, a
in Englisli. Captain Floy. is a grad- without the manhood to defend their land, for one of these two is certain 2. We believqin eual rights to all o
Inate of the South Carolina Military rights, to be prcsidolt. t a
Academy. andI has been engaged iil It, is a fact that some of our best I Homeo and Farm has no trouble in 3 social privileges to none.
teaching for a.numberof ears. citizens are frequentlyy confronted with deciding fi itself llis stio. As believe in free trade and sail-
pa)ltain p, R[. tubio, tssisltlit in- cases wherein the ha.ws of our county fal "as the .currency A.sue is Concerned. or's "' y
structor in Taclics. Captain lbio is and ttat are shamfe'llv abused and tler isno liatrit' djill'rence bctweeet 4. We believe in the unlimited on- e
a graduate of theNe York Milita et for fear of losing somebody's' he lepat ub" iat hi storm anid the -age of all kinds of money, from a cop t
Acatdlem aind is highhil r uicitid ..iic..d... yD,0 0 1 nemoctalilo piatfo-rin, and no great per cent up. (t
,Ve note Iu,'thicrt that Mhe course roge or a i'e popularly, heyf rce' btwecn Mr. Ilarrison'u- We denounce the force bill, the Mc- d
tudy lias been changed so as to give r tile evil to go on. views iand ItMr. Clevcland's, so -that Knley bill, the lawyer's bill, the doc
a post gradtiaie course.in -,r. .,, In the past we have had a peaceful maler s or tme time. lt last, )put tor's li,- and lM! otier. id of bitls k
&.c:, lhalt iiltroveiiiunts have b;cn Com munity, but for the last few months aside. The three g roat isss in our hom the inech ant's ill dnto tle
made in tin buildings. a drill room the bar keepers from Starke and Ar- hlidgnient wi 'ci tl0 olec tion miaust bill of the osqito, bu t w e believe
mdilpd, &'. This count'- is entitled to cher, IMessrs. Sparkman and Driver) turn, are thlise bil l o fthe mosquito, but we believe
as manyi state students who pay no have been making frequent visits up 'First--The Taril wat fo thoe bill the mosquito is the
itio,as it has representatives i, the and down this R R. solicitingo rs Scond-The Frc Bill. .- worst force bill that has ever been in
leti oaus itls rei 'sentts i t and this R. soliciting otoider Thniral- ExtriLvagant Expenditures. forced on any man in Levy county, d
leg'i~'latni'e.dbt Theseoil~pOinliiitsa l0 andd se]lihig, mean whiskey to negroes, '.the 1hcKiniev bill is) it out' jud- 6. We believe te rt a stnd e
made byLvthe counitv board' of pJILiN '' 1 i is in o t jdg- 6. We believe the orsta sans
in.strllctiol. 'or anybody else who will buy it. It ..nimeit, a blight on ourt induistlics. 'it still.' Ti
For copies of the res'ister, applica is claimed that Mr. Driver actually is not protection, but robb'v. Laws 7' We believe in the Joshuaa n
tion blanks, &c, addrt s t Suporin- dealt liquor,out by the drink at a ne- of tls character are the hbiuf source doctrine that the death standsstill an
tpidltipt at Gainesville, Florida. gro tair near here some time ago, ot' es a ld proslcritv will n'is as fla t as a pancake, and Othat e
Such as this does more harm than 0D seclur"d b1 any d'l (ice uililw\'do 's ad dat as a pancake, and that. the o
awt'if with rtiif.dwith: l sun does all the running that is done,,.
Mrs. M, C. Bell, one of the Lady q- open har-room, besides te county wie ft', aid rd: p tsie a ts 'le aeere the fe ol ad s e
Managers of tie Florida a world's does not get the benefit of the license itnpo'fs to a ire -ti basis. The and the enemy of old bachelors. I
Fair E. ibit, attended the meeting of money. It is doing an, evil here, 1a Demiociatic plattormt on Ithis isiae 9. We believe it is the duty of all th
he^ Iess Association and enlisted the great evil as well as an injustice to a speakli in no uiicertain terms. It is milk cows to give richer milk andl t'
co-operation of the membership in be, people who do not deserve it, and in as follows : .more of'it, ad to hat all -s shoul d 11,
halt of exhibition of wines," canned plain words it must be stopped. We deoloulnice Reptiblican protection 'et fat in th e woodsould
fruits, jellies, etc., and of Florida We have been dritting along for as a fraud, a robbery' .of the .. e ",' 1 .0o that i all
manufactured perfumeries.' Credi, many years witlit 1havi to contend .... oft the Amnerican, pcopl,. 1.,, 1 e eve that is moally
table collections, of such-articles are with this infamous evil and the deal- tl benefit of the few. oY declare it wrong to ride a sore back horse.
t a b l e c o l e ti n s u c r t cl s et o b a n d a l -a enm t a l j i 'r iu c ip e ) o f t h ie T h c t e f re o .t w e d e m a n d o f c o n g r e s s 1 r
placed in the hands of committees of ers therein, and now we are determmi- i ",a tiiat ,' fint t Fr the ena t of, su f l br
?T o. .... .r- *'-."... ^ "'- ., ,- D t i -Lonhl'atic Darly that lie lcor, l tue enactment.-o, such laws as will en,pa
ladies, And Mis. 'Bel specially re- ed that the admliission of a 1 RI. and .overnment hats no coistituimt l able us ", A-i. A. l fe ,a
quested the press of the state to urge other inmustrits which are being oper- power to impose and call t6wer, and as will now and foreverdol M
upon the ladies odf every county the ated to our advantage, shall not be the duties except f'or tat tthe away with all sandspurs, bed bngs and
necessity of organizing clubs, to take means of admitting an evil which is revenl axes shall b limit- alligators and while we believe in
classes of e.hiibits in hand, at once. calculated to dash cur bank of t cessitieof thgovermet stit economy and Ile we beAeve
The ladies of the state can of them, ful efforts in drunkenous wil lolstv ai d economically ad- snrdthe-gom anltb
eveselves o T ruiat'a st go about one ,i u onj idgmnt this is the most all ailroads, telegraph and telephon- thi
perfumeries and ornamental work, and o clock p. m., a horrible murder was important, and the boldes: ,.._.l; .*; es, and build dotqble track on all dei
1l7 -aed io.t'feel' any backwardness committed nn:,,. the hands in J B. dclartion thnt hais rome fi..' ..ail- lines o0frailroads, and reduce the fare it
in uniting to do it -Su'n Brown's rock camp near here, all the or oft' the great political parties since to one cent per mile, and that the rail- me
S- fruits of archer whiskey. It seems to the wvar. road shall furnish all necessary ice sh,
It Should Be i, a 'very IIomie. be such bad medicine that if they take ,i ut this is ot all :bak of Mir. lia cream and soda water free to all; and i
(It...... e'.. e drink.Its "a nigger drunk," and riso stalks the Fo.rce [Bill: a bill ,w demand of congress the free deliv- lmi
J. B, Wilson, 37L Clay St., Sharps- then it matters not how humble he w ,ic ll ,,o tld t. i ti is er' ofmailfto every man's door, and Ao
burg, Pa., says ie will not be without may have been .before, he is now fit for thaiotut thidorscs'thc p' '. thl t a great. national daily shall be bil,
Di-'i,,' Ntew Disho.vore for Caln- nothing but a shot pouchl. id in llu 'interview, ''ir. llai'iiso sent free of charge to every man, We his
sumnptioni, Coughsiand Colts, that it I wonder if there aore any officers hllnoel'. reiterates .his views oil thl demand of congress the enactment of --~
cured his wifie \who was threatened, ..
.cured eIs ift w -o was threat. '. anywhere whose business it is to inves, subject. 11e believes in the Force a law to pension, all confederate sol-
ith P, uon"ia after an a.ta ol-.c tigate this matter, and make Archer iill and would be glat to exceptc it. diers equal to that of publicans and
re"mediip p se, r .l ui.'us had and Starke keep their rum and ,red Fui rtl' rure Mr. i-arso .eveais sinners, and we believe in the Austras
done her no good, Robert Barber, of nosed barkeepers at home? Iis attitude towards the Soutth'rn lian systeni and the eight ballot box
Cooksport, Pa., claims Dr. King's Where is our sheriff,,or is he cos ople by appit a g, te d a other systems that will
New Discovery ias done him :i.7,. nected with this jug trade Si. Ai t, the four years of Ir. ilari- put us'in office and keep the negro thi
good tio ati.ig lie Oi used to r s son have bccn nam'ked by :iiboinded and,every body else out but us; in thi
Lun g'Ti'oub-h. Nothing like it, Try A li udtilcent Pretense. extravaganie. E'verv appropriation fact we believe in every thing that is all
it. Free Trial Bottles at J, M. Jack- It is not true that high tariffs make bill has swollen to eumornt',us )propor- good and we oppose every thing that It
son's Drug Store. Lar-ge bottles, c,hi wages. The-lan is a lie, and lion.s. Ektiraordinar'v expenses have is wrong, and we believe that the dev- ,I'
and the Ameri'an workinrmen are discov- chmarterized ovey dlepartmicnt. iThs il, whiskey, pofiiics and laziness is the ,'
ering.that it. i' a lie. .eeki-ssness in scatterintg tIe t.oplc, cause of nearly all of our troubles, and frt
Call for a District Democratic The fariff was increased in 1890 all, money has contaminiatet tihe Demo- ite less we have to do with- any of tit
( ,,,,-r...'.. .at Marianae, Jackson the way trom 10 to 50 per cent. clatic Cogress, anti the appropria- them the better it will be for all of us. a
c'.,, Trednesday, August 17 Since then the only wages' that have -those nrll d ed l' We promise one and all, fellow cit- t
1892, been inreased, as Gov. Campell said WVe need a giant to applee with izeis, that when we do get into office ti
A convention of thle Democratic in Ghio last year, are those of the such an e vi.. 'We need a uman in tmilc that w'e will try to stay in as long as sy
alv of the ,i't e'l ni Pinkerton men--and since the well- hito loiuse whlo lia. the honesty possible, for we don't believe in so da
party of te i'rst Cgrio i nih universal condemnation of their and the courage to diy the politi,'iaii much turning, twisting and shifting pa
flict Florida is heroby calieci aund 8el
"trict of Floida is hedrob cat"d anua employment at Homestead their occu- of both partitm, anmi hold tbi to a about. We mention this matter for co
appointed te be held at Marianna, pation in future is likely to be less! strict accotiiability to tlhe p tie your encouragement, so you will know
Jackson county, on Wednesday, Au- 'Wages were relatively as much is or these ricasOt s we belivcsthat it en get nt o so n
gust' next, for the li .pos of- nomi- higher in ths o.nt than in the Old uth. East and West, that Mr. Cle- trouble.is all over an that you can o
natinmg a candidate to represent the World under our low tariffs as they law imiet clected prcsiidenit. have a much needed rest. tfo
First Congressional District in the are under the present high tariff. His success will cnd forever ihe We demand of congress the enact-
Fiftv-th'ird Congiress uf' the United Wages are relatively higher here in Forc'e Bill; it will make certain the ment ofa law that will forever pre
States of America, to altpoimnt a dis- tron-protected than in protected indius- radical reduction of the tarill'; it wi1il vent hlg cnolera and murrian in cows,
States ol A iemica, o tc t f tr tries, compared wi-h Old World wages. ini.ctrc ilte adoption of' a policy r' af we recommend that for economy's
e mcCUiseicoinmlitoc ioue.ai 101 Wages are higher in free-trade ecimlonomy al.id retrenlchient. 'sKe a govcrinme ; farms be establish-,
thle next ensuing two years, anod to England thnan in any higti-tariff couns" .Whe these rforliis r secured, w ed in some suitable pllacd fo. the ey,-
consider and transact such other poli- try in Europe-as much higher than sial be able to deal miorc wisely and press purpose of raising fist dogs anrd
1 ul bitismuess as fito canventti~ioni lua y ii'ec'thl wit ht t irellcmi ri'' V.
lical buisness as the convention may wages in protectionist Germany or Let us not deeivo ouirslvecs: we are pop corn.
deeniasscnial to tlhe welfare of tile Spain as Ameiican wages are higher 1.o hlav Cleiveland or i-liarrison for the We further demand that the govs
'party. than English, next l' iur yea.rs. Sioild Weaver. ernment shall give every mnian a home- C
S''hebasis of representation will bo) Wages vary as much in differentt carry a sinrg' Southeirn State, 1 stead- of 160 acres and thin lend hini
the sane as that prcibed by the States four Union, under t.he same would simply meuoa the election it' money at 2 pe cent until theland goes u
Ssite, deunlicraii executive cominittee tariff law, as they do in the average in II'arrisoll. back to the government, and we de- hla
,,.- represent(tion 111 tlhe six;teconven ra ir.tain anl the 'United W"e do not beHleve the Southern utend that said lands shall then be b
iCalo h toh, :3; Ci tIus, 5; I)Soto, t; States. ";la aer'er-s a' ready for this. given by the said government to the el
SEscamtbia, 1(): Fraukliui, 4; Gatssduen Wages are regulated b. the demand .. ct o' (.ootand, 'igal owner's first born son, and ti
S15; l;erucindo, 4 iHillsborough, IS; for labor and its supply, by thie cost of "* .'.t. -1 '-e l-u 'inm that said f'st lorn son akall allo\' his W
Sllohi'ies, 5; 'Jatksuon, 19 ..I..1':,i .-i,. i;. living and by the skill, lntemligence Clio, olera a' id Diarrlmou a lhimoly t said oriainfal daddy to live on and cul- R
w Lafavette. 0; Lee, 3; Leon, 13; Levy, and productiveness of the work men. for diarh.m.a mitd severe mraips, tland livate said original laud during his C
s 7; lia'berty, 2: Manatee, -!4; mUonroc, 1; Vages are. protected by Unions, pains in tlie. t-'omnulh and bowe\'s with natural life, free of tax and rent; and 3
' Pa'sco, h; kPolk, 12; Sant ltos,; and not by tariffs. theo best rieslts. 1h thol. wo'-st cases that it shall be the duty of said origin ri
,- Taylm,' t 3; ,Vakulla, 3o; nalton, o The omester d troi.lc, resulted I never liad to give more than tlo al o\\tti era's nearest neighbor to keep C
'T lue serhiul counties of the (tisrici Mi.x. 'i r t...'a i to" a long line of third dose to ei'c'l a cure. In umosit up the fenea. V
t select delegates at such tinto auirofusals by favored monopoists t di se oo oti t is o And now, fellow citizenswe wiah to I
Sin such miantner as they may deem vide fairly with their workmen the q i t bottles for sale ofer a word of warning to a and to
Slist. bounties secured to them by act of hby Jackson &, n, Broiisoit: admonish you to sever ',T on-ce yo.'nr i
IaoibeC-nt. \edllu a ta hCairegie protection a bss. and W. C. Andro'e:s Archmer. allegiance with all old parties, andml n
as possible or redue n rat"e. ou rde.icl inThe Carnegie protection should be come out from among them that you u
o idoivciti du ,. itwo-New Yorkr World. irhat Is a Ms.bc..k? be not a pnartaker o' their sins; that e
of which will be given to tie vautiotsl ____--__Io

By ord er of"i ue columittees. 1i c h On hue sit'-t qiestiot the tD.iumo,- At c.xcluugo.this cucs a moss pent e therefore, that your sins may n
, c e f th ... :1,1 democratic cratic conveu tion made a delivcrancie back:. "A inossback, g'-tla m'omtdi ., bloted out, for 'we beileive that the
S.ex M.e oo-Anmi tuwa thue reuait means a great deal. I. is a cross between the fih century cup of their iniquity ia about iull, and a
"if S. M. St, c \xx. Chah'rau \. the .e1. th .... a uh lfinteenth, ll0 ist o.ndin fos- that there is goihg to b a mighty o
a Attest C. C. WILSONx. Sec' lIm'otcit. '. i ....coiied tm ovr\ o imr t for s ili .td tolrm in every cmity in the Unit d shakiifg among th e dry bones, and that
t t ,.P;ersm ill.t lhe district friendly to 51.)e ',goveriunt 'tWotll .give. for States and still live's. H:o raises his speedily. And now, in conclusion, if
d lio cause \i' leasee co .'. it to a 'broker, in violation. o( a con-. re,'t. detests a boom, loves to have there be. a doubting Thomasamong us,
s, stituulihal right to lake it at tlh.e, nint ,thei',' baia" 'mll the ta\e-'e hats a now we wouldcim.aply say we haye never 1
is M r. Baskin, president of thI .te .and coin it without c re. That <... ., .. .. ,:.;,,,,,.!i,., seen the righteouss forsaken nor his -
e alliihce, has notified the public, lhat. t oo, limits the coin age. 'hlie plt- ntea'ise, tIcsp ises ali .. w..hii see thein b;,cteo then be worry ied
.t lie lihas severed liscontiniction with tlh,. ,rin, as a uainst its li tiiat

$100 FW.WAFRD. $100.
,The readers osf the T'imTES-DEmiO-"
ATr will be pleased to learn that
ere is at least one dreaded disease
at science has been able to cure inl
its stages, and that is Catarrh
all's Catarrh Cure is the only posi-
-e ciav'e now known to the racdical
eternity. Catarrh being a constltw.-
unal disease,-rcequirces a constitution-
treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure is
ken eternallyy, acting' directly upon
e blood and mucovs stir-foes Qf the
stem, thereby destroying the fou-rn
lion of' tie disease, and giving tlie
patient strengllth by building up the
institlution and assisting nature in
ring its work. The -ropritotrs have
nDnu0h faith in its curatlTye powers,
at they ofl'er One Hlundred Dollars
r' any case that it f'ails loctu'e. Send
r list' of testi.i'son.ials. Address.
F. J. CIHENIEY & CO., ]Toledo, 0.
gP.Sold by )Druggists, 75c,


declared tat tme colorect people weret
treated shamefully on railway trains
and at hotels,, and in every way; they
were shot down like dogs and the laiv
of the land was trampled upon by
people who dispise the colored race.
We suppose these preachers will now
go home feeling they have done some-
thing for humanity, when in4 truth
they have displayed gross ignorance
of the condition of the colored race in
the South and have made censummatq
asses of themselves by attempting to
right an imaginary wrong which they
know nothing about.-F-alatka

Chairman Tatbelnek, of the Pco- -
ple's party, who expects Itis party to
carry all of the slates south of Ohio .
amd west of the Mississippi, d'probab,
Iv bases his calculations," says Ilie
Philadelphia Ledger, i 'on that otor ,
wild estimate that thlIre are between
6,000,000 and 7,000,00 voters regularly
enrolled in the organizations rcpre-
sented in the People's party. There
arc altogether about 11,000.000 vorers
i;n the Unilted States." Chairmlan
Taubeiiock's estimate, on tliuat basis%
wul o -ive the Peoiioolhe's nartv a chleai

ppojitinl nt of Speakers (andl the lajoriuty over tlhe combined votes ot
Time aunt PItlaces Desiqluel'. the democrats, republicans, prolhii-
T D o a an i tiltnists attnd ever'v other political
The Democratic State Campaign party in the Unitod States, Ol'conuw'se
committee has issued the following: any such claim is ridiculo.ui;. but no-
IIonu'. H. L. Mitchell, Sdnator Sam- thing appears to. be too ri.dic.ulous for
el P-asco, Ex-Governor W. 1). Blox- Tauulh.iock and party,
amr and other noinminees, occompained
y one or more of the following speak, LEMON ELIXIR.
ra, will address the people at the I Wooderful IfJ'ects on the'Liver,,
imes and places mentioned: lion. Stomach, Buowels and Kidneys.
V. A. Hooker, H. W. Long, R. F.
togera, I)r. J, L. Gaskins, Syd. L. For Biliouasness, Constipation and
carter, It. A. Burtord, Jefferson B. Mala'ria,take Lmoilo Elixir.
irown, J. W. Trammel, Jno. E. H-art, Ftr- Indigestionu, Sick and Nervous
dge, Judge E. J. Vanu, Mag. St. Headache, take Leuoui Elixir,
hair-Albramis, State Senator J. B. For Slepiessnoms, N rvotnss anit
Sleart'aihu 'cotake Le uout il Iixi'.
l. 1,State Senator Fred T. Myers, For Fevers, Chills amu( Debility,
. C.1 Massy, S'ateo Senator lEl.,M. take Letmon Elixir.
hammond, J. C. Cooper Ex-Congress- Ladies, I'or natural amnd. tlhoroiigli or,
tan h1as. Dougherty, Fx-Congressi gaunic regulation, take Inion E.lixir,
ian II. II. M. Davidson, F. W. Pope, Dr. MoD.i v's Luoa. Elixir will not
junt Chipley and the Presidential fail you ill an t ot' the alove nale med
ectors. diseases, all oif whliih arise I'roint a tor-
Special appointntents will be an-p. id1or diseased liver, stomach, kilt
bounced from time to time; Dr. oL Mozleyr
Speakersof national reputation will Atlreanta, (. uy. byid $1. bottles at
midlress the people of Florida at three druggists.
r more points.during the cam.pain. A PROMINENT MINISTERP
lainesville, Wednesday Aug. 3, 12 m. et suffer
edar 1Key, Thursday, Aug. 4 night. A'ote' tedigs'oi', wit great nervous.
S11onson, Fiday August h 1.00m. p;.ostration,h biliousness, disordered
itarke Satuj'day, Augtat 6, 1 p.m. ki'tdeivs and constipation. I have
Ferniandinii, Monday,. Aug. 8, night. be)(en 'ci -red by lDr. Aloxcys Lett'on.
Callahan, TuesdAy, August hi, 12 inm, Elixir and ai 'now a well matn.i
The announcement of following ap- lhi:v. (. C. 1AVIS, ELi. M.E. Church
pointimuiCmegts will be made in due South, No. 28 Talnall St., Atlauta,,
iml ( ,
Ripans ''Tabbles cure scrofula. Rlipans Ta Iulcs cure dyspepsia.
tilpans T'lbules :.1re always rea.dy. Ripans Taltultcs cur jaundicee,


.'7 PPJ


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member Sampson and the Philistines, 1 Don't Be In Haste.
urnd all about tell yo now bone. Take To break off a old and tried friend,
courage. I tell you we now have more ship.
sampsos, and more Jackg d more r apt
jaw" bones among us than any people Or contract a new and doubtful
inder heaven. Thef let us use all our alliance.
aws faithfully and we will slay all To giye advice without being asked
>ur political-enemies between now for it.
nd the election; but brother Sampson, To spend your salary in advance of
ook out and don't put your head in a earnin- it,
Delilah's lap or you will be shorn of To inke love to. orehanone
our locks and your eyes will begoug- woman at a time.
Sout. and then we wil be compelled liberation is the great prevetive
o grind at the mill and be made port ofelberan the great preventive.
f until we pull our political house o"ser.
own and kill ourselves while iwe are To give up a reputable business i.o
killing the boys that are leading us. dabble in politics. '
Ye will issue a call for a meeting soon, To blame your children for follow.,
Jzo. SANG(UINE, ing your bad-examples.
To take ])art in tie difference be,
Theie is to-day no better field for take part in the difference be
Scestment tan in the Sol. In- tween your neighbors.
ustries of all kinds, il'properlv Ibcat- o "giv pa safe but plloddidg busi-
dI withI regard tBt their requircments nss1 for a doubtful speculation.
oe raw material and for reaching a I To accept the scandalous stories
market, are sure of'succpss 5i managed you hear concerning other people.
ith ordinary business prudence. There rn i o l e.
growth of the country has'been phe- To quarrel with your wife because
oneiial, but anyone who is familiar she criticises your'faults.
itli its many parts wil readily con- Or with your husband because lie
eie that it is It the beginning of a doesn't tell youdeverythi.ng he knows.
evelopment which will fill it with y.u.. t... r, be.....
driving towns and villages. The (r with your swpetheart because
ults of the pdast cannot be recalled she treats other -entlemen with cour-
*d the future is the gainerin experi- tesy.
ice. Each generation is wiser than Or with your lover because he mixes
ie prcoeding one in" having the ad- common.. sense with his love making,
tional knowledge of its times. So makig,
ith the South, each succeeding year To go i debt because the shopkeep,
ing's- -wvini it the experience of the ers have confidence in your honesty,
ast and conditions of the pi sent, and
-. W, ""yled by the one and As a general lilinlen t for s5)1
anuractuer s Record-. In r;ip ^" "--.. .' tlaims,
D -el0a icni's Paiis Baln is rival,
Dout be tbal. ed. 'or sale J', A, Jackson &

ltter tian your irff 7 =7-ATArcher., Adw
ink it unrefiicod to thoroughly un. The general couia,. -w,=nucu
rstIind hoqse-_keeping. Don't think odist church, in session at Omaha,
wil imniilate you to relieve you1 r 1Nb., yesterday adopted a resolution
ethre, whenO growing old of a good caing upon the Government, the
are of the household cares. Don state officials, the church, and all good
rtaund John better tsi anthatyo citizens, "to arise in their might and
other, and know iore about his abolish the indignities and outrages
orth. The old man has been there that are put upon colored people al4
mseif and knows where Jo.hn spends all white people who love to Vwork for
s evenings when lie is not with you. the elevation of the colored iace iln
-Evening Telegram. the Southern states." Theresolution
Iaelni-au d uht. h ,Ie fl d nlp were


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.l'- .l: la- -I .- tile

-^,. U'..,wel& Co., IsjiwueC st., New
Ii p i O C ,a Park Pile, e
S LIV iiR J C... A L Iouis. toa.

h ." li. Sllccs.
-* EiIte|.rrl ill Ih'. ti,,l ='.l. l'- as seeolU d

lliit q tdiI es th.I
--. G l,. i'. C.iwell & Co., lO.Spruc e st., New

.' "*'N I'.-,.' '.'mna &* Co. St Lpis alo,

I' KiUl-ig't.i.Y, At g'ust 4, 1892.

Iu hioi. -h*iio vin!cc s ; it qctches, then

.: CLE VlL. ':D

Nine on l 4il0 &,1"'. !I nl. winl-
,i,1r. I ll, 111' i I 'l iil" sighi of the
..onitiroi, luvot oil lii :

pi'riii li Ii 111 I' i ,l',l nl how the de-
". .l ia of 6l11: l(1.u -o,'.r.>l,: ii.,i'tv is going
lo h el Il,: ii ( rlr oli lhe Souith.-
uincl y DL)iil .)1r.1t.
'. t- Any in i.iiii, 1!) .t'x l 101O asserts

,'.--- llh il e >deiilio jwai ..i i!i. t\; Wl14 go,;ie
." .Ik hi i; I ,r, ir.' 1 r |,ledgel s to the
,' lo ,ii. li LLi ':, aI lil h.ci d...i designellly
-, -p i '. ltl -- illl. -
'4 :!- "-Awa tv'ilC i ti h .l iie-'l- rs y hu1-
-:.' BL. I it lor ie rih.hl not for the
:..iie r. i(iiil iti .& hIi ] t-lborers, small
"' ,-'V .elioi-kvefi 3,1.1 :: ill e0171 ])L i-
l licrs. u ill nItul Ile bl- Io borrow .tein
_ -:_*'- 1;ila'frulu it.- li.
T+ he tlhird |parl'y i, cori|[,ijii;'l or dis-
---. *-. nltcnt- in !.,0 ,ilt'_int-. noiic !ite'nts
51, i iHah'olil,.'ii-, ofl all llmanljliiiers, de-
g -, ill1 .cUb'1.i ll ; ,,I -f wvhom are
.. Ir. kii v.hh' a ini.idnoss to down
p -ii.'-wialt .ointq;1hire between the

h aow 0 ,'li il 1 1'1-11.ii1i iia s Ot earff)et-
L,',i'-im ca-h oin lu- lih, third party.
i ie\ li:i e I ri'-i l i & d lc.? alter demlo-
.-.:- rilil- 01 biillly could not keep.
l.l'. I'li-c Inoil I''r somethling o-akin
- .... '. l ;1,,nitli',.ii iiiu i ii d ili the third
a jr iiir ',- ilt. .t-li-e thee 1lwant."-.

,,i- a tl.itii o Irou ll III:l'i- alir lo 4ilut ill \-
I ,, \ ,J 4-l i ,i4.-
.. 'ither M4ll(i 1 1i Liilluck M M nalih and
f Ile |)p(>|II ..!-1 ,ir ty are [,,li \,.,iiig--
*- a liinlf.h y f:'x \\ I0 -- Il' i .-, UL,' oii.

SThe Pilikertoli Solii.-rv will never
-_ iiin i'le :ile to stlh.: aii.lhei troublee
ltel i,'cil 0i.1 l,1t ai.d libop. They got
ir lhn"ihg dbse" of' intevnlediliTg ill
: f" rthe -ioieteah affOir., )oesiies tliis,'
P; rga rnized laboL i organizing into
S"t .jt'- nlI ', ard 1oo'ilineiits vhlere they
,: [tre Ml'rliy cirlt .dl i nieef 4lle T. iPl-
e'to1 n. or iIa l i,.% r ii el, 11 ers1 3 ou t-
side the r'eeullnt niiti.j. "

o Srl inldem rats to kpow that ai allance
witih the 'lilhird partv is aidilig the rp-
_- 11ll1 Uii : i iri to ietahi, poI' ver'aild to
Pass-the L.'hi',. bill ihatt will 1 ilaug'n-
Ja. 06-:]!'i p i t -n t I'tii le-iij the Son810 lilti
i 1-.i>wte Scutlip iWiti mi eii alnd Sou th-
"LI'I white .Mu.iii tlider the doii'iia-
S. ion of r Ih (h ii ,gro 'celeent.-Dade
.'ity Denilocr-ut,
SThe lfollowQing tibilto by Mr.
DCl-.w., 10 *tho puitiai eharttelr"'of
I"tr. Clev'leand is' tc bo valued, coui-
; i.Jg jis it ioes ronit onle of the fore-
-. -imost of tile llarisoiiiaij. li;publicansl :
Sk: i (I it ail to ianije the typical -Anlori-
'*: a the rliian who 1ovv and belieyes
.inIhls cOtiut'y bey01ond 1\ iii) tilil else.
.t.he nlln whp det.-erniillihcg oice iII
..vliat direetiou his duty leads, callnot
s-/ Fe swerved from tlie path--thle iaii
twii' is doggedly persistent in what lie
,:.elieves to be right-the man who
S. -11links not of self, but of his country
i"= ",-1id 1s needs, I wlvqtIld ntliIt (1roqver
!" l ; 'II',v,.1. I.d1 .tbat lie Iats accoin-
fi" I'll,, the 'vel:vy higlihes ttt'ibLlte
10 ~ AnleicaI ciftizeisluip.''
'ff. Love, of ti:eoithif, {Vites to the
:;- o nii as fllovows: ."l fiitd tliat there are
Pi$oie. Thir-d party 1ell in ltheio west Clidi
f ptilhl d.A.lalhua and-I wait to say to
.'fl- l theni thtlat tihtre 1g 1ut1 two classes oh
I";' teit t in tiis eounity, anid 111e DMinlo-
-. o rats represent ith white n11111 altL l.,
'.;- epniblietns represent thelo ilegi'Q.
SNo', a the Third party say they owe
110. lilig to thle Democrats, I want to
l~oliiri -il t
'itu;nw \lhat they ovwe to thte RIcpubli-
C.' -tia that tlieqv stnt losiai '1'.
.'.--- V l' .ll a a dl'lee gt t'oi!l tiS coutli v
m., pi-inveuioit t h., tlie state coiivenition l'
:" 'et 10 t TIird party : If slich
n'h"ii a' \WY.ills. 'Cessna, and Riclhaird-
- -: +,,i i Levy, '1iiA 6o11doi of Marinli
ae I ' te clioiC o't l'ie 'Iliirtd )arty' vou
h :. ad i-as wyotl take the lCeii ttilicaii party
:. i Ct once. But I tldi't bdlieve that oui'
o..] .ople will oe lod b hia class of'

A;, .: As an evidecp of how the MIcKins-
,V- Iey tariffrbill increases the 'pay of
^: uo -erm ioi- 0i4ly necessary to' gay
,O0 0 meq engagOd iJn Carnegie's stegi
S.- iron wor'ks'at Pittsburg, epn.,
S v ent opt, p. 4 strike on the fir-t be-
: ause th-ey ,wqld bot tuhmit to' a 30
per ceint, redtire.tiou in wageps. From
-' Itri'leplion Caru,'gmeha8 gTiwn t. lbe
; three or four tiniem milhionaire, lives
l a Ruatle it Soentlaid, atand when lie
ilelires to turn of Ilis men, te redices
S lieir wvagfs, upplyig their places.
,Wili cvllqp meu f','qIm. England alfpd
.lpc1lal.l. Yet, Froltect;,;I inc're4ae
-he w-age6 of the Iiboi inlg l1a4 aliputi
EinUhi a-a Ieding a m1in on dry
t. 4 fitern im -0 County
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A4 :.,!/;:c C r ,?>-? 2 3 .c o, O ao w o rt."4 : of : ..'.,. .'.. .. T i;3 is g fata;, {# ; T h u' r m ',tn /*.,.*; m ri ,s, \ i g -.-,,.. . ';''-i-; ,.,- A -- 3:t.CO --l .-i- o r ";-z -e 3-L-t-'3 V xf l iY 'T T ^ 7V ^ ^,, "i''.I
.; -,.,- '',, -,, tak-, to c il ~l by no worse name, .A t ^-,',,e,' r -h,..': e-i :- ... ._. _,, *' '-'' -- ..^ .Jt4 ^ ?. 1, A.I :- -. E.
turl and the Aotur ^ c- _&t a ..he.. c i the C iei you would protee- yourself ...o1i 00 1d1 rhis head till l. ..1
1 L

ts l l n t a s ... i.u 0tt o., o .,i, nd Thaws t C. ; t I i 5 C t i it c o t- -op e -a [y oh e' 1rom P n f l, i~o iiCt3e S c n y u ls n i he no ia .i n~ 4e t a e To the Shertiff o Lev v 1 1 .Y '4tate o
r : ;" y ..v^ ,.'-" ,.a^e Lo~t thaw true clIcu.-onti. .Lhey etuutv, held at 4rousou on Jiv 30, e-
),orTrlcw\d boid.;. oi a vai ol , o f l[n1iw or ought to know th that the r2'- 1Th,'., ",h- t 'h., ... ig rders ",.-, 'oiaide Suppressed or Iilegular Mets.- for in advance. Florida, o" -"ll
Ij(i fio till Yatt(t:.>;. ovce l'nl t. t u c' pulli t"a pa "ty has tlad the rein' of v -' t. That oii .t..i 11 u struItuation you must u*e ,,,,, .. 3.,; I, Tii 1.. r.awfor-
They );edgcd t.hmnisel\ es to ise tlio gOVcraielue t s:uce l "dl, and It I a 'n t each election preci i Levy For pres tir ., of '.t l ,i- he I. ,r ..f-
proeeods of0the li iomls to build third tion;.r. ilegislaA has necn wanting in | eco told leet in t o th Levy icr c er nesi t oti on ,I. '-ltv ot 9* "'t l t t a
lies 0 an gac ilo 'ied rates a ic.ng .i:e t(Cesu demands of the f' t.'. th IsElect t.delega es to theth ountyP S s AD F LD o; 4e ,e: d ied to e .

seco n d uw t g .g e ,o n h e p ro p erties.t p. eo tdle, th e 1rei l 'ican s a re respo isi, on v en tio n to s el h eitde a tttc ron son Ela ., E M A L E 1 e ti d ateif Itiee ted f i.de ai dedt :
StApu li,,.tl~at ihe: i vo ,l pa. the u ti noo1 l ethr, .ud ,et these ta of to a- p ET1 0o e, co it,. Salieitins'the r uppo,-t, of h'.d,1 ian Levy llunty, State op,
the 'rn ldla whn aun h!.dh ,o d h udu c,- l, pairh'" resi,onll-ij' .fur what. ", ..t I. th noadothrhwtnt u dpowuer. ayo urror 30 9 Au gust, 1,SiJ2,ffor tie purpose 2, to wa11 eeriiyth I '.1 ,,'19 ..,m, \. lt.I".;nl 'l l '"x- su din t
tt _',0t> e. Of$u 1 ":!a 4 ,f .rIt1ough-tose the d uv oifacin a ful counye ticket iL the ,t :.-., ,.or Coniy C'r, ,. A a : .S e
..-..I!,.eI rs...o_ e -'i..:l ,lal'y
Intealof alnpd p'ini t hu :noaY a.i ,itnK to -pttent to d. al ith gra nt i d jr gc neto el eetion tobehe ldon S t _, "whou enfitb yiI klElElnnouiLe y'el an late oraGovonoro l L. ; S tof hrh.
Dhllitt e e nlpand ,(]s dilerted thC Lt "' -
lltthiu lic issues. woi c pacity l'e, the 4 diay of O tgbor, 1892i nd. It were t length co plete curebyoe bott L r re-ltio to teo Dlie o er o' one Just el the ,!.)r'.in, Court of ,
>l it O iiQis 01, `I bo nd 14 tl .tad \1* 1. 1 -, T; u jay'l 0 1., 110' :(- -i.0, i-_s tr w n r o i error ,t t si-li '.or the Iup s coallltv, *.nul r [i n.i. i
t: t' .C .t'lli rll, ldg t of ii raNy itru ought t o iis.t7 thenrdmwnaonfulcing a full county ticket in the tml mitiefil~;;' er C oio~ianty ('l ek, CiJIed :-.I
Iutet o t]~lyil te :l~iO a ilut~ttl t 11al wth g oa lt vsars fatuir lt .. oil.. I Irr6() Z Ll- .ity, "t eo

pripctIetlI. ot l4 o'.sales ol ti ondt.,e .) itis o.fered titat isu p e nu fl ea1ch 3res -: bi U truly wonderful. J. s aWb or.lj/fl na.vann.oc. aet(.iei s.lrt f".ll'' ou nt y r r i, .i l,
'V I ''c, o' ir trry wnderlM.O. ekno. wo the(tctrltt sotirt [h1 tppLe v ott lt- V tf d o ra*e- .FI'It loria, yeo o
thi e cii i iti c i o l their st( o l rs. the kD I)tli g ,.. eL title dd to ivC d e Leg ai cs t to said coi oo' i ins voter .t Ic .t.- '.- 10t1vt t;tt t. 5i t1ri ei"s. F lorio t;sta. o
They issued on and- st ks i C ;.. YSFla, July 30, 1892. vention. 3d. It, is ordeied that thi ... t '...... .. J.i .1.1 O0 an Attorney-Ocn-r;!l of the State of
$-26B,302.4(;2 upon aii a 'N I -1 E l .. f til e j i t T" f l.t.

,,,),3,8 and-+ and diyidcd $172,317,11[2 I reiet vely ,u: that I have uot cotnveutiol to Ibe held on the 18 1 day ot 'o S_^ SY ,.5 ,ISrIS, For State Senator. Ft.',r a 'reaurer lf h o f l tt' Ilf > F.,Ii -.
o rf icti ti ou s callita l T he fl lnd of tlt e a ld wl n ot bo a ble to v i ii O t 1 )Ag s ,-, th o w .' ,L- BsO--f en tt ot M r. N A B iit. h w o take tiont l 01 t t CL ohite0u1. if 't:bl-
_ISIC to t0 hl UV-'3LQ t'Jc 6 a di' Ta- la., ur th )ilt ou selec tin g ma;1i Le-vy th or n e pr tinnucig i aesFor a Con, is"oncr o- l i i't I er

cOnpllanies were wasted and miapIal;'n.- tt or hi. -s a ii precinct n o.aletio's as the tim t'e ma,- ti--rt 11i Ll ,t'itt o Ill littl Vod (- o w t
ah) of c h 1. e t he jc l a eec .'0 .Irtt1SaeS'ito011 ~tctiil ,ald IiiS 1 t i 'hto~

priated and1 the se iuit tor' the o.y- other candidates have and illo do; fi--el of t' e prisary elecion.ou t earnhthdt l ieitfor hii lhe s t of'he ef h ."
cnieunt loani was dthiUatetd, particularlyias g,ity position as a canIs iA i 1, MeE nOY P l voters it c 'iiai et itoi All. I,, t elto i l1 ylo. I r.
Iin 1872 Congress instruttteid tihe didate i not weil understood, owing -,>, r'), '11 1D A nT fIi!'h1 reed5ed e1 es* .. .. tlor a 'ountv Jud-,eo
a t os elct dlegao s o thSet cou ty. P11010 r :lds 1111.0 !tlll tofl.

I Per se 'ly, ..ii(ll'A,11-L-i J1 Ii uy "{4!tua gtiWCol .fFr ar tClerit 1t' Le 11'iretI C o*rt.."
Attot-ncv-Cencral to ptococd ill ti>e to laisr(3pres ;ttt1tious o. '. L. par- -ett i7' ;^ ^ ^ I*q at Fol l r) --r revr a ('cl'Ikolr ChicCircuit. (ourt,
0oulrts agil st lhe Credit t Mop ilier ties. ove adhere Ito.: tonvention to I-ch It 2'sr k.ia', F ErA'eyoi. ;Or t :1 U ". : 'To
arIa1 fillO l.di -g !!o hid y Ofy o t Mro. Anni Nital Ctcvitltd died in O tttur's .Ciet. .... ............ ... 1 .lc' e i.tu i eohi m a c ndidaeU F or ot x;Ihttt"tII ;Cota
f o r (.el" cth e 1ni a pl hie cd li .o n ey s o f th1o 1(11 a re h o n e t't a n d h ig h oto n ed., b e. 1 ,t8 2 h o h alc yt a r th atth ervtctl w t', 1 1. so n tes ( t '[' of i te ... ............. Ic, lioltut M r F u^te 't ti lr' i sil, ,,t l iievy F or tt Co t yti ,p' t h ,t ,tttor" 'b.i
(yovernrlittt. hesh lveea ltrs wcu l i i a,; t,, r. t le, e..ause tie eleted Itt" LIII Itliiittlot'lettld b Pjority 1.] (,trtit Cur.h ........... ........ ,ho hls beeou sruidtiSa" suave 'his l' i l" l olll 01111. 'nt. lent of "
11 -I I 'llt'tl idrolIilillgs5c1ce5dIliruct tlll

t'Iesisted bt iho ompa s h h r-ised majority o ne e hol fill',o' ot h gra t tkLc o' ;iee 'ils.o.... ..... ........ 15e.! Wsver ol ears ali lu lteiC S ou l lotpetI V l' it i lly St t't' tit
tt ;i _;.U...inia p' ic t l ... .. (. .. .. (o., I.t' .\. t.,as to III s< '. l e Goldon d n isnvo"v .fe. i his e ar's.e o ti t 1 ti iil iteal "eh ,0u.iii0 r1 til .ra dti> e of I he eatie in i or ti
thle point that the clan of the Goyuin- the poor and the educated. Tne mi.- fol,,wing ,hst- toists i
Inelit w o nhld n o t im a tlu re o Inittil 189G, n ority are tih e rich a nd u n ed il ceata d. lili -,| lo 0 nd rto vel r ei ce i t as lie h lhlie i, Sw i l'l's 't'Iili ) ( C. 5, s.) .... ).. alanl l hi t!t i t,, ,I ri re 1111 1, for \\'e thiInk N o O0 ',l t Tv, : hiire i.'!I ; i i\'x S ,';
inc a I ",i .... ... ..I totahe lOtdP, altt.rr( F,,.1 ,. It..)...,. i .'- 11 o ttir lit 111(11 ShttlCI "oitle toIl o Te.AN t,, Sec o I'e l11iEi tA Niote; Thiti. 9....
a .d the1r.e ore the UL united S states cou l.d T h e i ch m en tod ay t. a r l are u n- I -i-Ito o ror, his (uliticat st uc e t lidi l i. h ltl 's S ars ,rht . W e elicit for hiIn *th -port ef th oe ot at c n ,l '
not appear iii the role of creditor 1iI educated. ljistory'of them bears me wrote to lis rolut c'i : 'i)r. John Ithl's Worll ctitll ........ .1; of Levy .cuiily-at the tdeileltcrttie prihlh- N'o Out Tiwt; Thirte;': Foul-r; hi.ve; Six;
.i" tlat tihe. Tihe Uiited Stlaes out in this asserol. Yet they are ic' i t other wee re he c a. [ shotl le (fiise's ''rivt is.. 1.7c. rtes, N FiLENDS. C ; i; .
Circuit (Court ustied thls yiew n o grasing f or the control o f thwe u1nt, ... to '. srf Agust, ;:r. t.uroe r 1 s=ititwere25,vi' rt l ...... .......,.wh in e .
i r lici'tvool t1,h; '95a itI I feelI"I t' i"<.,. re I.' willh's c eri fytbarr t f, .. .. ....- _'59- F ".. ..m 7 I I 'i t e ,lei! i :\l' d !
"-_l1 'I ,'.,f mIforII,,FU.,.IT H D F i C T 3"'i 8 .EtIeD"'

irefusedl tle Attori~itcy,-C u't:a's [teti- n~d. ~esortllhg to all niatlier of cnu,. 111 im for ili to 'ritt' to someouoIit 1lhio Shh~' ;l'h{ers ....r..............A. I~,SnperCintC'dent of aetln :,ihte1,eeti''', ItIt2, e (lih1ed : 0;',O~lO-
.tir ..., at)- gi n measures and deception to get. it. woild It ehevt "t' h ,:t 1 wr tc.' T MszF]r'e's Ci rdl Carltuii.............. T". EREBY oilt ci wydcU l c-nlidttct i t i ll th i iy !, t 1 a a-
ofid-ni1;01h;t e;te o n o latoc on- a udll cuny h e t add ted : "D o d t',- .1. _. ,- -'-or cBYanounce f y e( anlat er lriteii te ok ; \',I _ije e 1

ii it t [7 'wc lave achs a facton Before conc h liei added. Do llic,.i( l Itt ................ 1........z. fll, re-e'i tlee n to thO the 1 ti utf of Coul.n y per.ill the otil. ;Ild if ilir. !ito pai t npr
The art is- ueiof) thIeII s[Isid'bouds y dete.Ito r L L d I-'at. )1 ilpc it- neoth\l, 't 'fk Iive I Kihnos New nie l.O'"\.............. -e. uerinle ent of u li Education, nn puolisd i tht< (R tfy, ie -hhtml % ,.s('at,
T~he~fir~st is-tles ofthe su .idv bonls in toe d or t r lo da. ou if so nlicl saic-. I livo t.lo,'s liir ltalsani ................ sliitt suipor o the ot s o e lest live O o C ol this noi ; to r poste
wlod etl e e co~lne due !sdurh lg toe toru1 I-(,of Cerk.. .. ,r ;Ile "t

will beco e e du i the tlern o There is a; olkCipor mait .titec 1i t 4, and a y\vaOs tifl lhlt 1ial hIIder l avi e'S fad t j el 1 C o ...................... Itt o it tile 1h t)i t;;eor i t; i i)'j i l;es;, the i tl Wst v 'iis ibli ti, nots it Ihe lie ostl.e
I 04,13~~~~~~~~~I't'iri),b -ey9I r m l li !, e fw reo wt nto ie ol
pr cQ 0-offll, aes of il b m to ntr Is tie(11eli t o u"he rtfor isevv 011to ai ldre-b l lslop \' :-o, h ve.er' It

th e n ex t P resid e n tt, auir lie w ilt be co Il- very im p o 'rtau t on e; w e h av e n ot ono y t l Uli c to d o t)i;h tl y S ti1e' S .i ;l u . fronted with the a.i'er aetivC of epfiorc- thie republicans to ,'oitend wih, but T hliose liics, 'it en e years ago, aist o. r.' .. l. ......................... ( );:..| .J .I S P I-fLItStI. [i..s.J Se 1o tlh Stai,' l ol t ii lorid a, t itTS
itg the clailni of the Govers nel for we have that foreign rail'oad i e itofCicorpor- t'oStt h)1st r eri",r 's t lr ..... .... 1 h theh 9t
(fov r~lu~tit or..e...i.r..i...t.t.ti12lottI'hflu0esil f Cr itlsil.i'"1O..t..............d iyt oftia tse-,yhic 0, iD, lithi th.9t
a d.oit of' over $1.:),009, 0, t)i ot 121 n- action and other c(rporatiotns in our coil d pOi !'Q tic balo-iiiOle i low ot o-,' T iu1is Phls .. 0 2 i; oxs hl C -'. Foi da,
-I C ,'tti ('rttiitr's ]'tlls .... i tlt hxes tor 25e, J f itlt [A.CI).AWP012. )
ae -.at d t o o) l of o i ,. ..........l...t i .. !;e haIn.) p.ill; ................... .. 1....' 0 Fo ..)->ilt..-.. .. .. .. ..l'. eLl'eta'rvtoi Stile.or
o nonilgtho p toaht t aant i -obberes I tY ,. l }.o .i i '-t hul d;,.1 was hl'au I-ralod Pce.risand We1K' tn1ans Mor ine., te. FiTAV oG been solicited by a Jllthior 01 ilt. NH. Pighan, Siit', Le. eoAW nty.F
of' a f; e rttioihe eVla nety. ;lbi e1rnestiy appeal fo thi honest t'ne to n 're.5ido t f. of the Ulit d th l -, ,f I'.vrvtlhin else ii proportion. d lA- "(iCric S to t ai 1d n t ith ta i ti r1 -
R EG LA O R C O I..,. ... -L : ili t gth n er le rl e f lor .... ....

*~cnw il th abetor n be ,look ,,well to their ballots, aand espe., N[archit 4, I ,li54 i), tooh l te tath ol -hxi'res. Oheiolee ott ountylJlIl.I'o for Itteovv hot on- -tp 1.- -tl-t.ll' av v 11.T14/11 .M. "",
Meanwinleoaie abettors atd b-te- at doi^, oli ceI) "t lbtla wtio a lis mcothtr had pt"-' IBible ttttIi,.o;ittl o -on11ilf1o hhlec.. iT _V.' i' lt.l_ l
"liu i ttl"lette iehotd. Athes tyn 1 t' tIhl tIChtittstl'.0l elfo fthe ia -lo c- of -. 1t~t'
iiciarin s of these acts have not been mel1 and third p,.rty men to tjin it given him antd vhici heinoL deartv JAtt .it' PHA ,-..U, Atanti, Oa. -.- '* *
idle. .They haye been buying, utp the with the true democrats attd eltct nien cherished. e e ratic rJ SEN FR IED'AN.
tocket-,borough States iiand now expetoet w1ho will stand by theo peo-le; yea, tihe'' m t,,1', f l .
to cwv or 'ottti'to the electoral votes poor pcopte; OuC not bow tene. to F Lsiat1 FLOIDA UE ].RAeo& PEN- itlrC'olltlI' lhSoi
p1eoe-d oIo tee o For StIXa sse S sor.tFit State or Florida, dM tiss It Joiut Reso-,
of ltine States located west of the the great money power. For if you GOn ll. avr, t nld ailleo Cli thetilld a oI UtLA RAIL;FAYo Io ota oes Wou nt;on i ll o' I tt tiii, tic
Missonri it iver. They proh )Ose- to do not, i seeins to lme you so weaken yll y ticket t fbi pre'iitt, i a Ct I iS I r 'l a Trunk Line.No'1Cer f lo T Cot Altit i. nt It
protect thei nselyes against 1possiblh the true democr-ats, tile h iend of ti tf s tiln Il tlthe folloiv iig i altl L rn fowtlt, ev u. tr t i lor t ir e ithof a. te t are1 d torby a ote of'
athlttk,- aind if' tlieh talins carry-the ... i Shrrt Line I of 1e'I ontt' I tte t o the aic.ill ot toliC-ln I of iall tia L'!e i toIt O\bT le ted o
subsidaizedaliaofitk i-cad (COliipallles people iaud toe protctor ot the ) poor assembly: t -to irlilil the ir'ln l try election'I. if no1inhnlte and each Choose; C thit th- ..TCo 1 C the Maitl
sw idtvize ithe t. si llit. -o, 1 C to e all extout as, tio say the lutst, I "il ui'irsesa bl t.y.Anlttod !|G?.Sptte An,1 tO i tl toist+ li t iSou Iih, t tiddl e and elected, l will st Ctio'e to do ny du tly in th l Joit 1. solution was Ilntered upon 1heili..
o -ll ld owyto ait- tII Itt'reigt c orp tions t .a to fke tohatea ''tltsl' y \ C I Itrildh a record so uotle'iI 'tWest r eFlorida, obl, N w r- i'vetredtodoilh pat. repcli .ioo:rla with lilt','e; tlil nlya
Y o r kro l o f t hle g ov e r ln ie u, b o th sta te v i w retch ed.i n. i ,h. u, ] le a n s a n d 'i l S ii t i V1ry IV t110o n Ii t tie otI w et I l- V ery rC she etfully th e n I th ey d .1, C e t-ro l ahi t a rid d ire1 t'
SO reetiouni e tiot stu tait points l .T.. J.... '.. .T. r. that lhe.s id Joint lf..esohltion be sutiniite '
L *" ; S O 1 9-] n i n l- I i s s t t o a l 'l s h ta m l e a i n l td c o ueyc a s _\o r l~ l w es t a n d N o r th e ai S t . . l e d t o t h e e le c t o r s o ,f l l he .*i lS t a t a t i e Ge lr -
U ,sti ,,1 .1 Tariff l Teaching. and national, toI ake aout aeprilearyt e bItho ellrtr c the I r" .i. L ii I i r Elt to e ld il ei 01111
Th* K n y tart, .in Wr,4t it dd Let us see if there is any such ton,, 111:. ., ,,r ibowsi lbithe Card in E ett JunC 12i, 1f9i. For SterCt. 1 Floridi. o2 ,19ne2dFv, orext s u'eedhnL th
The Mcilley tariforin wi tt du .of o ^ of'Fld a a i d WU e olorif a.rti.or ,rI 1ne i-.dt for Wil Me' ; I'First oondayif uc-te, Ilx I sltI-92,C u t heis
i Firan Monday in 0etdbLe.ulcit1to ',-to ttioA ,IOgN'1(I itf' 1 he sale(
as well .si what it ttudid, was a dou,[s tisthutIs-u C l t ri l e'111,.,. .1 i _1 Nouth, orth. 'Ai0 C ,nfself. cndidtefrre- sdv ei e h dayo i said.,
da. iig Ip e u -t d eo ay. ", -i'h ;D:3 ,0. 3 -'-, '7 *-o ton Divn. .o. a o, .qle tion totil e oel. i oif sheriff of l.evy t ,'d. T oitt. otaoli reads as
'ble ended ati i ll 'l f ,.1rl.,.ili T l f.... I 1st, .go back to the last legislature its bOil. II'y, c11im i att the bar of liublic 5 l" 1,, i., 1' l l ernlalthla hr :I C5p1 n -l:ipa (.fnity, shiipi ,' to.,lhe 'iinaries. and so- t'ulov; :. -,..o. '
By repealing thfle great revenue pro- and see wlhat was do1 e ttien to defeat opi0 ion7'1 \Ve know that its acts co1n- 7 Jsp 11 a v- "lihaulc I rn 2 a:. 7 :t;a liciLthe st.-i ,i'. .1n'' f II..w deiveuits. t'_t
ducinig tax on rawsugartheMoK ienleYi .the will of te peo-ie au d to defeat I'P l i't'der, rea..on,, thel, arson, 451,1__0ait.arr. ]hultwiv Ijll. 1 lcula .tl, lG,-i .A.. '?T'---. fT I
i tr tiI .was to create a u -..;:-;!v f,,, the ele tion o L a U S. Senator, that 11hI h lu(1, t rllulr .'.' I dill c*iice'dsb t. iv, ..v.. I" 'li '-... l I ction 2 of Ar.i.l. of the ..
S" tto n- i r 1i iJt .t i v t. t. 1 iv L 5a r t te Senator. i i'ct l ityo n i2 ill' it ith le ho r C .tih tioi
tics iv 'I. -.il ,..... t troie txt nCii1hi rll'nItet tjta', i 'f c p1 lk uerie of1 1. Forie-: It. r ie .
. ...0 .' .. ._-e 'r- L' "-;i' T ie t. h t I. 1 0 1 14 ; i r,.. \ il ,. ...." y0 8 I 4 C e il 3lll';I tl iel l l 1 ic,%hic- .,i "f i .
ties 1t ,hlii ",-4 I. '..i" '- -.. ..LU \' 1 t ls It ,h.1 lol t 1 _U- ait ci 0, C- irtt ..... h 1 ,til 'Ilt i a Pl "Sfr tlt, Lit~ll 1 t is n l I uhidtit ho 'C stl l ht'i~ ~ t h t uslull l, O i 1111 i 1'ld heiv l'd tdS
a- itis t tile I C btI fh flo nt heT'~f-'Ill 3-1 1 ". U ,. V ~ t I J eo N l l) utl......iti It ari lt' -v,,Toni' SIt~ *~jt t ie0 ui~yl of fCu ll, 3 tt~~l1 UI ~i~tt~ f

"t .f: I'i '-[ 'itut Wbthie.""I[ ,Ill-i '''"-li" 'i"lt* ,. tl-t2l tic' I'i'il.iLiutlI lilt 10111(1 etuihil tio cthi
l,;.r' tb-- b ~ i .'- .. .,,,s/,:i,_t ,i,t-.,- --1? !*^ -." 'r7 "" & "l t '"-' "'-i^ r .l.t .i a d ;ii l, ll~ l, n l'lov r loh tli 1 ''^-t '25p.r ";tr v ltl 241 -'"- ,; o ,.1' ** *" *, .' ','.- :~ll n r to the '-wi" "tu d~ e len aitge
+ .':' ;^-*l" .-.l.i. uur +':i lli T hen for !, b t t~ t he do 'u o ... ic ..... i..,,a s ..... ,,--. ..... a~i^n ow anr ptd .i..- ,.', ;!:lip .' S" ilver S ,'s v 7.-.^ J i .1 l u ren,..e a ror i'~lc.1; -. ;s() tnea.. caui t~re.m o a 1e .1 "'<+ ,, i ,,. ".. l ....** .:; ,-.>- ,,

year in-and year ovt for thi-to yea rDs the, h ave W ilau ed m e y co ty in-. i..l. I,,,,,r ......... -il', C .IIi il'e-f ii n'd If,.:.. i t.- .,, dor. ,
and fl11 o f5nl lit(- l.rpoltiIirntto l, .I II.I -. I- I I 'to : I i '0 I tb lS

pat t.at.a. .. ..o tha pl r n tdle to suciee.etptionI. n

p s, t at---- -,,. i, i s o t tax ,'. T he th eir fa ction i, an d a pressing en to 1r1 1 hOOe hi l 'tl 1 .'.7 -, -"-i ..l ,,,. so 2 14- a I -1 i ,. ,Oa1, Iy 1 l 1,a~ 11 ,15 he '. e oi !" ** 'I h *to 1'" ...t, { tM i. 1- ile *. t' ii ii .l. ,'ii.-r ." IW. i --i,,-wr icle
whicht'llIlly-0- he M1, iAne. ,i]' ... ...,1, n ClForCIC Ir, t l

ireoission of the s ngarItt.x gave a the nlol.eintttioni as senators and repre. t, ihg t lao82, -^ I ava 1011 t-ite Ill 11( 1'i: Ill- C.0 C11r ,oeld ohs' tie' I tfP,,
final quietus -to that argurent.- Thele sentati;-s who Iftvoi their nie.Cstires, party?- I *i. hte12l.itii y ,,; ''' 11, 'l.e iv 7 .,,14 1)1111 Cil ,y Vorviti~ ye llr ul~hlil', eniteha ll i l'On1111 se t' tic es'id;iitj, litildt~he : tL
is.it,,o IIiiiti- ... I, ht -.th- -_t'nt t,'i with a. vieWaof' ha .oving control of fith 1' "tt C 4.' .ItI o r t- 'h1 ."'. 2h ...... I -. v'. ,..... iuI i, oi Ar -... ..'"i t
so tup as- hot w l '. hnext JOnt asse- bly, that t. Ie 1 .1 -, b t is o' t C rr.i......u i; W ...ent '' Iv t.to O. r. 4 c "i' 2 ,," .. ..,(,- r. i*io i i. Mt, 10i-, ,,,, 'I. : l.Su
50 ut0)11 S no o es x Ih C 91 eec- p ec ois o u t-Ifl ani mp. t e~s P ry( Jon'eitc im~on at i b"l l'GillIStII tit For Ti-esro'ei. I

cheaper because ra" +s1gat has ".Nbeen e u a or "-eo- ttrn t- o U Senate It it, I..'llsO\ .t 11 I:- ,", !' ll ... ... ..'. '1 Cite i 'otvtill--t surve y g or, r i'
st t t. + ,nL, t'-Alhoro, 013r t'hi\211il lE.haf ,"it Iirt ieand l \tilel aet- i elfya"c---l-. .t... .

ut.t on the free list. ot 11 n er t e.OI n of the nLegirlptue p ena r ... .... te i le p p. e f i i- t u t'sPil.. .,.,I ...... ...1u ISte ',e t' I 1., f, l i i o Ci. I ,-I .,t t 'u "l e ti o .....It, -.ovote tet ,

riefw s lofSeca.?.K~d.> I Floida p lc gt iinp v g Cl.,ue, cil'ored^' ^ vi~e'of C-te State : J.,;- Arivtr dailu, '-'Cep' .Sn v t :- 'lI'lsillsnr', solbjt'ol to ma(C) lltiip it'' D llor*tc )'l orri .Y1tt 5li Jlt is til st IIIl rlll C1` ll oh i~ the 511)m id o iato

lfntson laos the st aer tac cegi-e a delgerii. their n Wastisee. It tils doe s not ... L>..i'. l sillistiii. .il lirt iitii ti- .- vie lt n one1i- "t hppto't i1i ( (v f s hahe ih el olle inr l s ill

leson 'o te f ilff it'i il tci.Luto ldttil C-threateningo hus, 110w are we to prevent lootk like a fihtiol on Cthe part oif flue il *" ;~ I'tlave IEtile Mitnet Chiiv e'xce'pt r peclueet'thy sohicitell. wicuuna eorhpro,-iron
-, N tiC OtI .It1' ,i j- A'lav it'h- ittL ilitor- al'I'. W.or51.. .. I tohlo"i A4;t I.h ) ll )) Tpi itr lhies t c

ofn tke tliltff on binder tiiue aG d the it? Certainvo not by di asoa s of the 1 11 .i "wih t. l e "roc9a t l:.d!) t, ftlt rI--Hv rn s te- ,. r" vt. S-ote la.I anr o3e tr iteil Oh' e llts 1f t ..l .i
"rep alof "tied"mes o01t unania, sisal true .J. -,t...onia Den'ocrat,-,.. (i..'hic'h ,t i Ia t 1 .i t' itO ed tl lro f 1 l','t htihls Ii{,l l
o W V. I-i 11 O

-which binder twi..e '-is made. The ax elai tobe)b tby eeunited efbrt. o th Stte tat ty are a.ltwin ,. -1-i..t... 'aild .rlviot r 1tr .. ..h hr efor L et oter Im I
ohn Iier tcu rwi s gat reduce se e r6,n nie ty thaerIo rni s slrengti n to in conltit I- te sele to b- led o aftr Str-ne III. .; t i 5 iott drily at .o A ill 5 1 2 tt tlll 'i' WII1 or rih l s iii o Il.
I -une. du -cated .. .. ,_. dr, e ea ''y Id .ot l +.. R ip a' a n s ile v~ ". .t o is .er ,y g en "w h th ib h w n

011 binde fI 'i X't5 I ittd t w t11' !tirt C : ii 0111v yihi 9In tt0IICDSI Idi''t1 -tanI C ito l ( 1101 tilt. lth',fai y 're, er t.1 r

li- op tlied, The object of taih binder say telat .ifob hyour Legi s lam utuade Judge ,,oss is the lea tler of tute oC .... ... il'11 at ..trhe : -l 10 2aO ..t uo tR L sh ir unil eoto le inCs lh'a til ltt'e tt'iUinha o th'it, q'lsti etu)
o0 I rol rea 'j, 'ai ... -; to= (' I ';"' r C da Ke' 1""'l- '-) ..-.I I i tf r ore-elee iti e n to the o fthee vof o ters rity elOIit'r e irilid ro otef i le ~ipe

ii t Unte Saethe tnuitee for itd y ae setI I I il belp cry or l ii) Io df l Cite Itpa biTt a O .I !t O li l0 5 510 4 3p Trislltlir suiihet to iece e i ol of the te it'avorshiti l> ih Aluoii-ti te iiu Ktiir.
twisso CorIctioh waits to con c ioiliate the t C "it 'i" t i Ihc. p y t! des, n t -. ftr

duttsidlrn ean y sa in-" "icite of no cutibination, [ill ill Matrioni ecauty. .If stich meoi a.s l '* I' il:OP I.'I J rit'ctltio i yi I ,a ~ .101 ;!I Iti e retsts of the ptopjie ilr Levy county andt 0', ilue Ctilnt', 'ithvLc~ it huIi,^ll
dis a i f ied l rle, ,Of I i II an uoest epresen, active o preoent Ithouteaskin oe n Man th a'pr- ey the 10 : ,,.. ii. at lirit:-n, s .1 ; 'ter a ionp Co the Te.t of y tititi. ... tI tmote v ediir oll tiite a ri hollirtsi. C the
in tthisiste on n wnYe to h10 ).t ? ,ey aeave twe lfettshtthlv exepuI t repcflysl d onIfjcA whtii ch' Utitte'.t auies t of7tI 1 Cithe persone r hterstons

cthaperie.ahisUnot Tr dyIous othterI iemii o th Ttd r...0 t I'S
t Ill s b't....i...fe-ntofheo ntposed p oo I 11.y -ln t C, th II IlIte toS ih ile ttes :" ,, ... o l s. '''..' .i i .,'!.t... .l. .ir"e r t -tileSlo t p it l a ha;b tt thse.t
CCrcatttltoutt su thies nth nis laisi sfall true Jeffirsonian empsIR(whichi- fo"ents .h.B.. .. .. .trt..t t
-{-!1. bn uilfo.umese S.t. and-itro; it llditt Cu e e la'litl of 2 it s I I 2,1, le er Ottlied a-n d tt itt 7 ]t of 7s t1''i otfhlnlu'e .ill.i

bradse taxes on iron m an tei l u eS, .ohele D em oc. Gt.&. c1 \ o iu c ies, the sturdy, o tn dt t to tt^ 9 ^ ; Cl(hltlOFc i ': CO- l t IiL'c'Y 'file Tho att en lt [ i lnl.e Ster il is o tta.ttl t .
Srth re portia ng tod r y etilllr-iPC'tt 'aOf.1r ie lelllolt'. 0 s bPlaIterli..'..ll.t.......... ... "1 2 c, -Se llt ilt d cti o n t4, i d etle i Ill to h e lg lt l I l 1 151' 0i t le l

lumber, clo th ig is, s iialct i ht ad cito bPE)r T ,, u t 1 O sa a o f s 'I s'') ,ii tl a n o th ri oter Fl.J l 0, 8a9I. C y Ayiir'ii dnh-e dlt-w tti i y Itri..ttdesirnItgtrime.' -to 'a

luutdreds of other nucessiiesO, Liltt tile Etilto '-l- 'bltc -1)ClliO"i'ltC* shloild deacsi u .erc -hi Stii l l o<"' i (1d a da; t .\ ; yan i Cil l- xe tI h'tis cnsetit br Spetlntlir lly l'( a IIi c 'e vr hiie asrtlio-a d lcio toll beopubliy e ii 11 n0 hewt.
., O' h ruto Tine a -Dcmocnd i u toe thgtit.Liy ,r, falh+ ai S,,d.., 'at'S at ndidate to.r ........... s.14 Ct w, Pipeie) r pr inted in i te oilu th h i t: hI](!'. e be -
etI th.rt n 'lhidyotnnr'hcn t s llied- ahrer r: Do :son(It" t roIti fr...hnd 1.. ...'ote ainstait 1 ul en ntiIf l halts Ice i tt

gIaitgeir catn see Ot~t o both Ilils eyes. iTi former, issues ef y-.,r pspe-f o,1- lQ- da1 cl.* Tratit s o 0)tt.y. an .S ; a l t 0lrniit yee tin 11,1152, M N'Ie 'lol 1.11- ill-I lot'ipe intuehecutv Ill Chi t eltl lhie Sit,.,;
lt e tc flllllt -d ,nr l. o.. ..i,: Ioorreeeciof t po *tee x pt of Comnt Ue cteoMi n-fil lt tho ,e w t( l

2 ith cnIets qfclepo ti p tIo 7-i1QtoLh sl.cutl has been but little ir nothing Sait for Mr. g alt t t Pot re lstoi" o f UIlea'I."'9 .1n0,e1i parr\ 11n.- ,------------ ------------------------Iyt'thhbit Chic'm ost butifpiea pac i nya a the
ill In. mouth, wvitlh his 1iltth binder-- dernooc-aey of o ur little city a nd WTttncit to t' C101 of "10 a' O No. sit l11109Fll o i' 'i( E a p lP< d ill the totl1l'u(1wrb !1. e;;ul.e a
twine lessohi wXritl t i s expe-ience o1 r dvn Onithe toav f' y l tiF l date t;. t"t '11 .tor at,1 11 Op n yi fi tio of ^J 1N.G a liietI C^'t ti1 I.'hut'reofI T1'C l.o t h,,,,.e o '
f.e f putini Tf he of e wool x to rb i se it was an...ounce r t ,,at t'-e w'o nld lie ge 'Gsd > a tmo alle' ofle ul's ,-, ,-.... v !iit alee rlein nto t v i n t s a e ,st f ive o ltnoif 1es 11n C e ,ti o ip.te
tie ice of wool, of h otato tax to a C'leveianl & Mitchell cieln o1'giiz- be itet to l gie .Ii i ti l -i i lp tv, eit u' '......... a 00a 3tti Lla treaasl l c Itiltlt e aeioSni, the lilysed e l ell Iit, )ha' o Feoria U" h
htais the price of' woa to ieian d with ed ate h this lace, n a nd by ,S o'mb tock the' 0h somet't 1-.1'bintandI rliI)C:If thth athet t 't. ..1' 1 I':hii* 2o c lr ee edI l ull Cl 0:r -u I :dl f 1orn1 hauCrhy1hitr11'IC-0' intle i l) *.

tlls 'tlio otiler iin ,1 anId uishaking', and ountty..Idd Sp a tisussaso halle wah-'5ts ahl.ost filled loostioss oh' C 'towtls lic a.5t t "I, ;1' I. i-ert'lo i 1 St 1 itr s 2he]tusof Levy cvnlouity ati thle ilocrattio Si'. L. i ,' oF ant some est e e..n d.it.e th. ..:..- peop le....t So li.1ichi tel lt th...u ....... ..... 10til 7 Ot ito, o'. nI ui p r.m' "7 12 -l C Cstt te y tu itiIn y th lstci, t I;- l I .1 ltti h.

tidrgartlepths~ natenist ctionbtr fr wiS ~ethet wh reis-ch.[ yin o e f h b ~ n not hurs oither members of' th~e Thu-d Party~ ....:;;. r ;.^.... .. ,, ',^ t.., i.,w -VN FIi,- ..... H-' >...^ if"
lli'ti C i t tI f I pitt ... .. t.,tta dI'hiii 1int 'e h h2S't o. 9,,ior8daehitt1;0T 1,i O I" E ei l
fr with the lt-9 -0vo a f e(lipearw -e tr 6t r republican to Levy aoun Ortbu Thatt I linesd d l eittll yea rs7aoent 3.a; Th .e1. ...r t.. ... ... i..e.. I .6" C.

it- e hot b i TWe --- o ga vttization w i.as pm r-feeted elect iarI abo uI tu his to b 1te lihec t Cil p etrist retrf tflli a ..l...lt.....il.l.e-- "C h n s th t Deh IC t 'in to. u-I i TIso t'i Ae .
make protction-paltabl by a gar- presi entand K. ill ssist nt sc. ^ "*" ^ */ *'s, *P**i*l ............. ,,,. l ^ i ...b.xes forH 27,e. .........i .^ or

cograt ig m f thn soe r era routi ot" bth e s.p y isses, tmyud r e pape' ti, ote t'd litet Iof' l cl a r l.1]'' ... i..t t u. I' -t, ofh' l o i trn a. o eet o l t C I -Nu te isn t e-ou1ii1t. ; A1t(tlli" the,, h)- t, '
exwf cn"n_.J no_,lreeII o r_,l_-__r pi,... t 1id' 2on Cphor dho o

11f11 thf t ,bti o linse ac h l li suoiei 'r h ao s e e lile tif ntrlecu b.-ti to i wel i itd hhi( ncy itit Ia s' C io 0iia v ille ti.' llrP oSt hi s cte.t of tii. hit r ledt P e,'-Ach ot' 2 tt Iot' .s 11,10-o1
Io. own -ye Yor"k W r. *a [r.Eto ]idtit l boul h ope it I W I' lIIsPisor ... .... .ra, M ". ....i-l... l t dinof llh ee h
1 tin 0uth',i meith h nl'aitetrbein es t dmo rac y o. orit t le iI ol n-d vie r- t ,u I ") 1. S B'rnnu i' al 7 0,o Fo (. it y Trasre. Itt 1. i*Tni *' C i i 01

-Trosgo te ol l A c ilt NAcI. : G,.- bc-ci ict by .-I or of, I 11. ttnesses tV.
cthetfitig' itv O t~hie"wooillracitO as) t al1l T eg nerloun ired that buinel'e 115o. 5][b llsue oc! Ll llc tile '" yhsi- 0 .! tt tt- Ct i hilt lun iv"75-i '',01 1 _'I i eltthI v 'itlle. t'iclf hm as ail 11-lltau~n'tl(11idal 01 o
IiIe.1111tr t littye torn lt"ha e]e for ,,i_
ife hiae of w le f t. h) l p lota to l'ax go ne di rouieveiandeCite Ml ub o an iz- ei it t eny anI e lo git'et thutC ad 11t11 ti l.CliiI litI ll' r t l.:pe t ilv l 7pr o 1po 5 t on. tfr Che el --iosi'i r ferdu- 1 hls'v 1'0nt. .15)1xd e re C,;e-. O l ghS rit -., t "
.~CV .v .ltotwelettheirliti I ten. ht2oC' stu y9te- harchh4, MIt54 lieiI ct tin tleioatiC, fI .j I It' It' h oati t IvtI ttuth -' 0 o'o:ooa oti he hlottn I" I t'll I itCov iti- t fti ffVl-' lh F, (,Ie, ofe ( ilI`;lii "5 .
-1tutti -1 ,I f 11".lit v I't'tt' ,II. tl'tt I'ih '
praise tepieo p tab toes, and wb he d ttispaea db-. '.o tpackoal~ ig"Ireolr l~lb s ange2Li u d1o i velia | 1tlsu !vds ;9. lt at ntsoii o hl h kddtorhedyo u'e .D ,''r. ":

t1 ,f 'n t s st''1t1. 5.CIC tl tiiett it stf' is te il lt aeot t IIe's of vytvfotlliv e vih fc oeraifi it
Alall n.]ooherile ,l,]- n n itanled sp do us now ason i a~l toa ll a lh~nost filled ooso ess ibl't w o I ho hi, ; oliei'ty ha d 1 )1" 7e .. .... J 9.-A.1 AWFO D, .

Jo Y i-k No'', Mi,-, Etlt ,.it is be io+tth1"o e by M 11.111 ihit~ Lfoe1 No 1 tut1 fJoraint eolX'e '. of Seac 2 '.1 2

M d i'atnisru io wih w ti h \iat s;om-y of'hi e best ind nle l nhu e' lvi JttisI &0 Sotl1Iti. r l ,tt e S lieg a i tW'~I C, 7 -1a 1 ii jiit"'(ihtt'hit' .. tl'J ,u"ti CIIa lrnIe s.uotl'aeot;eIy-~u.)OiS .I.I I
siire ft~ecat aenobe o andthirdemorats-inLvy Moull ~.O- hto on 1 iV c o!iludand VIJUIca10110i, l th l-~iN'- J 4,e- .li,(rJinoJ .:i7 til).:yFjNl: ';o",I.B:'mu l:''!c+' Jti~y""

Mr ~ lilv a tvr~tifr eguzto w s easeted-be oleseti got Abt l' ,.5 to'Itc nohail~t ... 2eta ...l i '. lc 11.. t....ir- .00 I 1t,,tt(. .t~ lOTIt. huOI'[CEt tlt'kroh'1,'':l, 1('55C 5 TIO 1.
Iorn id'A f,'0 0. ]i S ilt I... iiuOIl em cr ti ti tuc i'-' ii .'
idl.,T he has- yeen n bee n i uipos ib t illd the ive '.he r ued d eiek P re ts., a nd c. ocT. 1-iou ccJ, 1. I.- I .x .\F IE xDA
Ot tlie nedi(:i e. I Stasurs rand ..... 7-,Sc ;who wOllh stand\"by the) .....lI;Cireat(hour-,-th ,hn1eht11(7 reElit O ,t; be, AT 4h1- t-,-'[I ,ol' tIIqA1
... t 0 I I I I .......
tol} Own orth nier te1eechtsoral votho ed oseepoor thc le;an. noton he flantlnd n to"t bot tle, ofDirtyatilk,,.....ORIDA, '-+o7a{nTR,'-a-V -L..-- okloia.--FB Iolny- n l- N, iceii herettile h'onstlut. .the fIl oI ew.ing- '

ofatnine Stateslh oeat l. w'es ,t-ofa1:116 lt e generat ru o utipnve r Fors i f'YOess. was ...... 6 5(2ol hethrdJ NS 11 a.(iu I~h t II Wi f 5p .... To"hliev em[. aelealf E p-o eyCmty- fee ,)-- e, rI lhsaitle e rI hitt
Ali veL'olr'vi Ii iver. +T itehLy I d l orsin~ onethrough Wis toha v l S el thoret c elub ad- r yti cktrly u Ii, plresidetiso an accused i ... a r tIots' h +.i ..
protect themselves\ ri .`%da.Trunk U ne..d iki the of- \'i7: ,II. = ". (( o i "ote f
taste ~ ~ i, oft!eua a e h cm th7ep tr .uene ort s, t hm;e frilendeofthuet eof styinyWe f its etingiec lly a se "Tlm r.l l--3 or 1tevallo i. tte, ub'ueetfte er hve actinofrt M RILL-p itit f ie. ljiAn, oC- 0ct ed t o~ff,
-- a p' .. ..]nde ttthe.. ...protectonrth t is re id nc -i i "t e dtpool. n eath :,sel:, ties es to
.. 6.s tiel g t l e o l a d c sto e h o est o e A t d :ro y 'vs A i t'eb ,o r c rd s u lr, W estaFl or.i....... l oble () k -.. ..w r 501:-ftn,., ;I I live tried, t,,........ .. ..... -.....til p s .. ..p ct v + "~o le. e k-a d i

... Io~f r dernoeraev, 2A fallur'e to a 0 so"I I 55ahI,. .. .. ... 1 ,aIi(, iceh... r,-2D ...,,.+, ..,., ,.,ttr.- (,V, Aro\' mthnuohs "Msd[no u pou n atlA
It is a little strange that when diss may e t ;1e n ans f'ou iever 1,im 1 M *O .:::;;:...lead Mu' .u tnsver or1.,no (h 1i 11 V
12 4;i) 1V T~io~i s\'il e ui" t sle're 1y (e1dti,117 ~rd o fn E Fti-'-I ds Oti. s id 1jil v a:d ol f
contented and repudiated office seek, thI pleaoOsure to cat aneter ee vote, .- .. bh' lietbut eC oi.f Car 1thCC........ C,,,C...... .....i t-i -IlUo M
e'pl eTas u r eRt o B -nR AeG T 1re Cv tIt 1t tt.. . .hi lt'. .. .. "tii t 1 1.t t d oil nloll roeOilt 'S I' i dlol i, thea it' I 1 i lttu I, eh t -.
ers of all parties fall out with every {etuemnber the thirds audreps. are o n OF S BLACK-DRAuGHT are -I.......... .a.hiile..... ..11 a 51111 ti t .I.,1,-2 or sitl uil wiv A : ,e .
,, oa "da the 1 LACKT are'11..ehe i tS erfihosal a, 111......th..e pru eitV of u1 rsey ,, J.],: a 1, )OAIbt rC''ison. Fl+l"+-
body 4nd everything, they meet and a t lOw s tm e, and t oi de ion m eans for satc b0 tCte n lt: cw1- .crc1t n l -' t. ...... us il ....... -A iilt a sI-I0 1 tl ak nhasiseonf e 1, ipl r
qrganpile undar the h l ie i 4ine of the tne forest bii1. DI iOCUIAT i Levv i itI'V: tltlhnl sl'a c t + 'ilt-" iluli Ol oItu 1i'< h 'lit', l l t s or'ted,1ttltO this ori er- be -i 7T T ('E0 Is h ol il Cht IX 1 month,
peop les party. T 'hi is an o" ld time ,If B. ('o qt 'iy 1St., ] ,'ilqo i Ti ,1aroP a, '-i j ,la Uk yl t'.ille. P utll manl -. rs ul] ed on e ta i thte i tle 'hiy cs. 'm e' ltr rthe i l'iu j'ti h oh tthis *joh e [
dodge of those w ho have bpen trying i e l d vawls gsia!ilclt, oA Iullr; ,,takson ille and ul m-,,1 Orleans. 1t2 9 al'Jid lnlta rat, E news tlit"i.e titici i t Cil C res' nt l lll .'. 01 ci1.'
'1 w ,= Yet od Whigs nre i!gffo Kltpt 1 +<) td~ l 0 da ihI'. 'B -ronson, FlSria, i n ia.!(I A ti h dieitl COr- tirs u ':t lil i'tor ,i .. '"e of' W A,+l
to get in the lead of public offices fur -Crawfor ,aniu t .1I ikl o ttte egoiCng T Epfyl n so on ei inlidiui tt _un de m h nd7 Clts, F lorut ri i't id i ,t'.r 'i t ;.1 i al ft.. ..i .. hl. et o t l I
a lomg time, and for want Qc charae- toraw ohMw l an(l l do, mocra ts n 'deiy goblne -Io E0,ierstn, W illisoou, Fernuidiua .ud -. -. N.- lit e ,. 1i. 11 t, tr tltir eonsee ltteu Week'. of ., '', ..',', ,I ..teu', tof '-lh euont. 'tyli
'erin iiIeni i t lit h 111, tt oh lieve.eenInil o ] t... t..... i uhi Iie 150,; 115 s tit+
ter, talents and standuinug, have been ati (lswell erxt''u and "trae blanche -tti ftlieo-peo' .. ...h CE l Pt' 'A .I'o. 6 IX. ;01 For ]ihli ui c!i i to. 5 NoI' [,Di'1 I;M'Eli u', ths 31!. 11 t t' u C e. A .Gilt) l" Ihie o Le t oi t -. .
N-" "r rus'5 Y"1 j ld Nm M"f yy, a leA. ,K W 4 d ,, WAIv e d .e :tr'das doil
M S ^S~~rto ~an -sweetheart" of, tile republioopeo, jPC 9351y PmLK-A'o 850a; i'P D. 16j2 p^ (~ 3lt1 ^ -- --^ adiinstyrat1o1 13s
shov.d asidn as vaultinug too highly for 13 a rty athear t" Ci h0W tidrpub lo-e 1NatOTIC .lE 1 Fu' at UILI!nTI ()N.1lt2 '4n" 5 t .Lp iIf". u O r idIlti. l -- "
-I J~~~A31...... Ba-%hlZCiaClerl.I)-o1,, ~- rk1"
their merit. Look at the completion iC \pat ye h l of 'k tr htdutlas t La d ie t( h,,esvile, Fla" 1 it' 'S J Cli t I lt'l 1 ni ha '.,I Anderlsln ''lS tyi "C "t"l'n t t
of the peoples pat-y, and *cout tutt h e !hio.pier I'yanCod'llim2r0ns and hily2,;N N1''i- ."ei 'y. I,". I ULIC '()N ] ,, ,
amongst tShen a dozei taen of real educ rtor hietts, and lawyer Taylor. Notic .erbyhen ht the i'lowii iIa., ;m c fIbeii NOTICE FOR PUBLICATI NOTICE 'U TIO .--
gen uin eini a hdlmo ralg eo re al- tr i Sed sett l'r has lihtd notIet' tr hiteo I el'. bltl t ul e' tlille tt qu l lj ea;Ce s erpantltnl a 5 LX O4110i 1A'T' (G iNx s V'y .l.),L, ant.dO I.iitat iat (i nli ei,'
moigenuin ta alt mnoal p er,- 1 iil'o- u 1b11tilake ii all ii..t ill Supporlt, ro poiw 1).eri rri', ..iae 'ksJtontvill L i : InP u ll Jnlth 211}, 1892, ' J ne 2 5I "Mi'I
rn.ea x.o hlve. 0 (a1 a itisting, thalk 2aaust r tihClevel narft td h .l't t't.1"ia tei-nt O tr that lit .i tutti A iNti, he 'slye lnml trsi runsw lk i.Ntlh otlc s eA st ao t thefr owi. Notice he, ien
upon(11 tiheilr 1lut0'r t !rmr.V lttQ q1nd very vote t for aKClevehlndlatd, t l n suit ti sc, Itl, I'- ..l l' .or ia'ntIllsa, Notce iteisi' 1111 liCanloAilg le'Ii chttCdti hVil .... .,i ,, ..

yon 'wfll haye to straw in both yourl
vision- and fafth. That tdip rank and
file of thole who assembled at Omalta
were goo( oOhonest people, 1who ,;ere
more attracted by the specicls i:".roUi
ises set ferth i llihand bills a"i.d news,
paper excerpts ha th any knowledge
they had of tle minen% wlhm ,'.o 1l.
in iha front of thle ecitci nt, Th'fe
leaders oft this partly hliavp been dis-
carred by Doth of the old parties, r.-
.Iblcaps and democr-.tie alhke, as 11- I

'~~ "No--: .. ..: .t t', u, m'o .-op, ma,..ou Se00tt10l"a t I:? 1 "i'i, iidi;Ff ;;,,' ," ,
S te v't son w it ll b e a y to te in av o r of' a 1-:, !'tt IiIt I k "11: ,1tntr h d I sht d, tkvl I. r ,,, ,, I
fair, itimaTtiali, Ionest and c .onoeiis C('I!HIS'ir()'tiEI C. ISTIP'n F" EI,'E-. rtuins,\iuc', fn nb ti ('umb1tnerl;,id It
cal ad mini.s5tratiun of the s o'p ve nnept.'l; V, 0 t' F ui nin.Il Con, "t,'a adw-oganleetioi ts f'm 31a- 1(;
every tIhlot cit,-t fr I1trms l. i. t lid lhd n. X 151 iy 1 Jit;,o l I 1' u 4 T. I li \ll1 htelitC tla oola llil ltorthlitt
T. I I ta l vl vestei'l pohit-,
will bc a yote ii ftMvtor tif t Iel ii ti. ', I t 1 i ''., l ly l T'i ceCt oc t lic'" S(G W. 'l" ('1 Cor 110g1i1.
i I) 4 tti-O., of I, (;Itlt 1 'tI'I? t ,JLi eimjC -
Wfon of trustk ami monooiims, Mf QW^ 3;,,^ 1" `f';" 'j Pas^n^^.'s, A iea
bavyonetis at the ,polls, of abusohlute ctn- t t tivq l i ,1,n ..A -', ,,i ,. 1 M1., Ei i ciil 10
tra ,ih,:ation of the gover nm eut tn d a 1 "^ho".is i.. i .\ i _.' w ,lelc'Ci', .-* S. I' M' ,'I'X 'rallie ati^ .er. o:
fulithc depJ ,tu oi the. 'cOt i.-lF. t. ^ ,cl;., v, titv i I it_ .
I'oik Coul e ty, ,' A I. Ei. 'Y-Cit, testtr' tv I r. ...i'aig C
iXN lt, iCa.1 t. "111 1,) f .~~a. t '
Rira',:..:' .... ]Eipa,:Is TaIP Ah e u dicof groa ;tw he ,..5 ..:...:-.;. ,." [
1 ,fl: : ; o r 1h M r ,. u b L d v s R w, T A I a .y m '

I iinIftU .ttie:l" nti- neit noti4!e ofi is lliie-i- awe! ..i et lifts liled loti'e ol'his u il n- '
ioil to nil'ke liltil proof ill slll)ort oh h i I s t tt nltike linal 1pro1of i sullipport of Ilt.-
m, and thld t Hid prooC will be tutite I 1ii, a ind tiait Sa id proof will t 11 1t( d .
Ce-ore IJutil e o, or 1 i his i' hil'"'' ', ';.,ik t'ii' ief<.u lt,',-c, or ii Ilis i bs t ce', clerk cir--
Io i 1 i ut it ,it tro'tltuOL1t l ,..n Sb deptlii ub r 'llit c 'ir nt, I lirLiOnsoii, Ila., on Augull st % .-.
W 1 '11 2 v i, : ""!-2 ,,vi t-,
I[iNEY W.V SIIEI"l,'IELD, of Fan. IIEXNRY '1'. 0-.I':'iL-;,.\N), of rIi'-A..
l liu Fia.t t co, Flza,. 1 t
id. No, 172:l05 for the SU. n N". an S, lid. No 2111'7 tor the NQi oie: 28T 13,.'
fSI' jl'; S lie3. jT 11. S. .i '" S. I lS E .
lie uanes the hitl, ig lwlt losses to lIe ncilets theoe oi.ultov.-i l witliess.' tT
r'ove Ill to nt illn s Iou reaide't ci t at d.lp, and. 1 rove his coith 1 iulip l s'iw' iene. lIpon tan lt
tiltivh .lion f, sa id land, viz,; .Cu l V alion ofgai hiud i z v z
J. I). Dykhe' IJ. ]I. ilnuhe', of o utdsoll, ('irles litlh I '. .. W !>loncr"Pl.II,.--.
l. ,A. \ Shaw, E ekiel 'J'inthtle, orf il- t.; .l'.osel'I'lhti0uiitcr1, J. 1b. ir'- i
Faunin, I-l1. Bareo, lhls f-
ALEX. LYNCII, 1egister.- 11A1L.yt I'G1.,-.




S Church Dir -Tcor:,'
; t.Itlndis; >ltut l --'lRev. W S Rlhihi-
gid.tdii,, iii-I"rt. "'eaca ing the hi-st
t- t;.., ilt, ,,h1 % '.. in ete It I m onIthi att
I a 111. ,IT" ~ '- a
.'J;." :il'lh' i ..:r'.,,,l (Vcer S undpt ;
nj ; -. .i. r1 .'clksoi. inr ., 8 u tl.
S '.a I -t i.tl : tr,.J. S. Wh aro,l i
'^ a-l.,-,r .;. k ,C;3 th (li ard un-
"Jlay in ,, :, .. u,1-'. 1 11 at 11 a. inh and

'7 | I. "'I

secret fdodeties.
;'-. :.,It..i /, I... I every Sunj ay a(

I nP.I,' lN;, .1 No. 7irh- ,Dr. S. an.
;1-1.*. i ,, I vrry .Ic('';) d andl
th., .ir \ 'N Io ., i .. .very month, at I. !
.-t. an ,I 7 .. 4 n1
l.'l. l, u -i 1.....1 i v ery Re undav at 0 i

*- '' third Sunliday and Saturdaiy be
,. <, niy'Rcv. J. S. Ceig dr.

Vot'- V Secret Societies.
r ,rouscn I.,.'_. No. 7, F. & A. M..
hoid its regular eommumnnie'tionr 01!
-Votel fir the besto y in ca.ot. Yid-
Thei brot fhersaers iiled o ittendy.

-.jThe candidates are restless about
Our-subscription listDontiN, sue.s to
Ordu r'. i ,'1 n I 'ra s-il oCIA' ..'..|
Sodu.ri ll'armr ave to watch then1.
11 i .;' ine nd T .. ... .. ... 1.5
edge's Liburary id T let politics ...... 1.choke
It isorests of every democra T,-....... o
Dirl'|,.,-.' *ompll)!lt> w orks an,'d T.-D... 1.;io

*.=. August 4.
SVolte in tie priimariesaturday.
.Vote for the best men.
Let every democrat vote.
-~Otf-Iome and see us to natmorrow,
:The boarof county facothers mt issondayers
'Tihe candidates andre rTuests about

oLet etery man who will support tie
;Ocr subscription list eontihues to
-Preairation for fays gardens is in
I u

Messrs. hlarco, Bigham, Friedman
uFodder pulleros hve to watch the
daily sh,,'.:,- .
S)-'Men should not let politics choke
hpifd religion t death,nd the count
It is thae duty of every democrat to
vote in tae p Fimries Saturday.g
.Whoever the nominee may be Levy
cotuify,'will have a good senator.
: e away te atLt men woThere wantoffie
icLid there will be no third party.

SThe ba of cofr unig ty commiinity ers

a i session Mthendaothen and Tuesterday.
itLet every man who will support thewas
Wdeiooratic ticket-vote ili the primary.

never li-n it is Finlayson or Da. i,

Iev ,ir is be w',ell thepreented ri the.
i.eg E'u W-. i for W ere
Messrs. Barco, .Bigh-am, iRriedman
Phili ps, 4luderson, Previtat a"Col. 0

m.ies,:. at a "the'proine

1teykters" will address thecireigts. pre
4Slr -L and atEpperson hve both
piade. gooil trehasute, and the county
n'ts will the it good hauds it esahrc
-l'tiuiated. .
in.-e have received the annual cata-
loguie of Thei Floridir Agricultural
College at Lat':te i'Cty. 'There were six
*'ca, ltt.' fro '.t5isan county last year.
Th,'i're ri a frightful mortality from
.he heat, in the northern asid western
rintust, t,,t a.death frob n sanstroke was
never knai ni inh Florida. Florida
eathe-r is f'-irul.ie le a!l the year round.
J tcELR'EE' WI.,E C F C-AP'll for Vftaki Nerves.

S-FLM.lbill. aun'tzoii, tPhat "Codl. p,
- .,.icha rd-iio rl au t"i "otler prominent
Sieaktr'l will a.ddresa uhe citizens. h We
:rgi.elso told that J. T. Walls, colors
tl, will- stump this county. This is.a
,; 'gTture the white voter, wil scarcely
S,,. ,i.,i^ ".-:
Just as fast as they see the "nigger
in the wood-pile' they are leaviDg the
.repnhlican aid society and conifig
i t I' -e',s aw d tires, t id by Oct.
I Ire wiii be m -every sm all nu mber oa
Shiir di p i'ly voters.
'*':"'* lapB was not taken up by the
hlr.l party heca.se of the purity of
--his polities or his intention to inau-

ti.His ;1rand has displayed a wonder:
the eyes of the honest far her. Mann's

.- Mr. n. L'. 1'icy, of Philadelphla
,r"; e.. in tovii Saturday to spend as
f r,,,,'.h with Iris family who have de
-l'.le, 10 spend the sunmuer on their
-orarigp grove. It has been their hab
it 2o north every spring, but -w
i I *,li k t',ey will f!4d by experience<
.Ilha the summer ia ahout as pleasant
: in.Fu-ridra as anywhere on the globe.

. The democratic club of Bronson ha
atk-n hiar,-ge of the barbecue to b.
-.eld he-e on the5, (to-morrow), and
its success is 'assured. Five beeyve
Bix sheep and six kids, with three hun
d: redil ... .--. of bread, will be provided
pi-1 if i t'1'iadies will bring in cakes
pies. cec.,there will be nothing lack
int^. l>, :ii.i will he plautiil. Le
- e -bo~ly. ...cn caie e. .
The ch.irge i. not denied that .th
- r',tblic:an'il;natrs hatyoe given th
-'third party 'lae-,w ia Al.naha s}
- (i0') to carrv ilme eC"un(v actitist i.h
d-,ie t.it.- It i.s nlt kn'ie('u hin, ii,,u le
; i'- ,li,,It -1 hnt,,.!! t i l!t j..(in-c r,ta i] i
. Lt'-\, o,,i,,n .'r, but inth'ri.I wlu t i,,t b
i .'iliiilh h niy ue ii:ti...r;ty .tthe'vc
""L t'ro iiL: third in.;'t,'q, It;pays to h
.t, lhan,-n *' ia rYIri t.) movbuen
.4 ptt LeLtlin'S. .
a A' c ,.u." .. .
& B!.ACK-D5F.Al;Bnr tna .ur;; C(n.iipau:...

S ,, ...d ..:.. I... .II gardens, ht ;s a4onibitl. buit tnow anmd then T'Jl C.' ),
you will fi'd a third party man who V( O 1o rr iondence0 'li es mtu rat,
A t..t l hi ver I.el;ted the poor will order his paper stopped because Coie all ye dmtrat ranetrs, wherever
S11'*'be he is afraid to read both sides.. To yvm niay b]),
Bronson-s democratic club is. fifty stop your lmper in the hope of getting Don't iyslat'o No,u etianas on the third
two strong, 'revtitge on ti. editor, is like drawing Therypunhliu will lie, and steal what
a b:;eket of water from a full v.,:,. o t h1 li iiel':
Don't, fail to register. You have only There is always a bucket outside t. ,. itll. ri'ofr li'!le hildrein and the oi-
,nine more days, take its place. i "
lci ,i' ar Cleve and Bteve, we all know 'tis
What's the matter with Cedar Key? The patrons o CelJar Key's -,,l.i;, i.. 'LUue,
She's all right. school have selected Mrs. M. E. Fields \try toi e to eat in i t let
and Miss Sallie Lowery principal and Newton Blithi is a good man, so is N. tR,
Mr. J. M. Gornto, of Williston, was assistant for the coning term. 'Ihese carter, too,
It tintown Tuosday, So far as "etitinuerh 'giiist either one,
in town Tuesday, ladies taught the school last term, and 't istre othan 1n can do.
Vornon Clyatt returned hoinme Tnes- made many warm friends, not only N iN %Fil].y tadold
day from Orlando. on the island but throughout the coun- en Friedmn1in, to) '
ty,. Our esteem for Mrs. Fields is As for old Jim llitrco, ioys, we all know
We expect to secure the services of strengthened by the fact that she is he'll walk through,
a iaid f1.r to morrow. such an unconiplromisiug democrat, And as ifor Spt., boys, we see that Phiips
,, s. and we will welcome her back to Levy And wlhen t vi come0 to YOi little box, :e,
1ir. Those. Tilis, an old democratic mr Dvi, too.
veteran, called on us Tuesday. county. t
tran, calld on u usay. CHEAP MEDICINS-AVE MONEY. he there isoldil Biham, boys, I like
to torgot.
Messrs. Wesley Nobles and L. Abs- All buy medicines, and you want them And as for W. 11. Anderson, he'll 11go t
ereronmbie called at our office Monday. cheap-at retail at wholesale rates. throinigh in a trot,
,Jacob's Pharmacy, the hlarest southern About the cuunly treasurers there are too I
y, t-e a so* he Iri sou th r 31 Ny, ilol t he Ih( k,
Mr. Morgan, a prominent third par- "cutters" of prices, has an advertise believe uoi unl some will be forgot.
ty man, made us a pleasant call Mon- ment in to-day's raper containing a -0ioMoctA7r. o
day. few prices. All other articles are sold
M[essis. J. S. Sistrunk and W. S. at similar low rates. No matter what The line of Conteft. e
Tison, ofP phoenix, were in town Mon, you want that is usually kept in a The democratic plator; mitight have
da'.. large drug store send to them. They been eiiibodied in briefer form andI
will sell it at astonishing low rates, ltmore forciblie hl;!urnage, but it defiiea
Goss -promises the solid republican Express charges for packages under with sufficient cleariess the issues ont
vote to the third party, but he can't five pounds, twenty-five ceits_ Watch which the -, t,; will be fougit,
heli'eir the-goods, these advertisements and prices. Send It pledges til ilmouratic party
Sulb-ribers will do, us a tavor if for a number of things at once. Is a aCeltralizafion, force-lillism and
they will report- .to us when they fail word to the wise sufficient? plutocratic douiination.
"],,Extravagaitye ii the expenditure
to get choir pare.,' iihe tax levy made by the county of the woedle's i yture
Lecvy county will poll about 600 commissioners for the coming year Jiobber protl'(tion 'and all discrinmi-
demiocrtic votes in the October elec- Is as follows: County proper, 2 mills; tatiig legitlatlin. it
ion. ,She's all right. t school, 5 mills; road, 2 mills; quaran- t'i 'st aitl cviabinatiois to gouge
ion. nes all ght tine, mill; making a total of 9.1 the people.
Mr. Frank J, Clyatt has accepted a mil'!s, which is a reduction of l i mills Land and corporate monopoly.
school at CGenoa, Fla., and will not be over the levy of last year. This is a Dishonest teooirtr-.
home before October. very good reduction, considering the Pernicious. act o oflcc holders
fact that the additional expense of an l i P io t'isa.,i-sj abuses.
Anybody can "cuss" the county election is to be borne this year. Unn Si, l t"o l legilit aiuses.
commissioners, for political reasons, der its present excellent management Criminal and p .1poer iuinigralion.
but few could do so well as they. our county afairs are in a healthy, Jingoisnm.
Mrs. John Cox and daughter, Miss prosperous condition, and theeonumis- It pledge the delineratic party for:
Do fr visit to sionors deserve much praise for their Ta iii' for reveilO only ald thle
ainesvil e retire Miro Cm at wiik jtjudicious conduct for the business of' inietdiate visionn qi the iniquiitouis
Gainesville, where Mr. Cox is at work. old Levy. McKinley law in the interest of the
Cedar Key is going to roll up at eole, n etlic coin-
least a hlundrted and fifi.v democratic DEM-UOCRA 7IC CLUB, agoe tt imol e andt ioetali coin-s
votes Saturday. There are no flies on 'Ihe Cleveland-Miitchell Demo- either gold or silver.
Cedar Key. cratic Club of Bronson has gone to lFree anId Uintrainiieled education.
work in dead earnest, and good work Propler public implro'eientsi ',
The school board was in session is being done. Ilomie ru. and indidtdual liberty.
Tuesday, with Chairman Anderson, At the meeting of the club Friday Economical and honest adiniuis-
and Messrs. B. J. Davis, and J. B. the following preamble and-resolutions traction of the government.
Epperson present. were adopted unanimously, Protectionl ot labor.,
0f would like to sound the praise of Riecognizing the duty incumbent up- l'entie Hcivarrieson thogtly rep-
I-Hood's Sarsa;)arilla over the entire on every citizen to labor for good goy- resents the republicaiutsnooposed Ily
universe," writes Mrs. Longenecker of ernment, and realizing the grave con, tie 'democratic lilattorin and Mr.
Union Deposit, Penn. sequences attached to the coming gen- Cleveland is the best. rersentittivc
eral elections, We, the citizens and v'o- of the Jeflirsonitan principal it enun-
The republican party used to bid ters of Bronson precinct No. 1. whose clates. -
high for the negro vote, but it never names 'are attached below, heartily The lines of contest a:a clearly
became so desperate as to put a negro subscribe to the following preamble di'awn for popular docisin.--New
on the executive committee, and resolutions; Wnereas, This couns Capitol.
Story is threatened with a force bill ,
The taxes paid by the railroad corn- which would place our elections in i The electoral college this yar will
panies have remunerated the state the hands offedtral soldiers, depriv- have 444 votes, that the sccesstul
many times over for the gift of the ing the people of a tree exercise of the- presidential candidate nmist scure at,
land. And these taxes go on forever, elective ranchiGe; and Whereaa, The least 223. The democrats cohts |on
Mr. L. J. Cvatt, one of the grau- republican party is .pledgedto pass the 159 votes of the solidd louti ,'"
rates from the Florida Normal, came this bill of oppression to the South, as made all the more solid Lhis ear'by-J f
home Saturday. He will spend short well as having proven itself extrava- he repubhean plank i favor of a
vacation before taking charge of his gant of the peoples money anid totally f6rce bill.. They exlpct -l10 otes
.chonl indifferent to the condition of the toil- from New Jersey, and L.e.- .iublh I
-----^---- -- .. .. |. .,n. ., -n,.'d:-,le [them at la.t 4..in Mt ch.- n
ized at Judson .with Mtr. P. M. laI 1'- their struggle, to a'.,ims v,,aih at llhe 1 I ,,y
eison president. There were thirtv-, expense ot the people; and votcs, s.iar. a' I. i..k' ,I j vt, .
fi:,,u- members enrolled at the last Whereas, The-so-called people's would then I nke 2... a i, et, .mth" i,
meeting. p- ... Party promises us no .relief from t 1Le 7 t? spare,- --'.,k C.unty NN
M, ess -~, anti a. r broh ci s lorce bill, or tariff robbery; and .
Messrs. Ritchardson and Searbrough ''Whereas the democratic .party i OTI .
icft T usdayd ta:k to the gatherig pledged to give us tariff reform, free The firm of Pitkett & CC. ,si.sol-
notFrankl yesterday. They ded elections and an economical, honest ved by mutual consent. E. F. Jckett
notget the news of "third party defeat hereplge o er c.nt i b al o e
in government; therefore e.,tMi"-u,, t'_ business and asst/es all
in Alabama. esolyed, That we pledge our ear- 'roi.n-_il,;'tii -..and will colleq-ll ac-
Alabama, the first state to hold an nest, untiring support to the.democrat- counts due the firm. E. F. PIrETT.
election, and hlitiy .contested by the ic party, and shall put forth eyery fair Judson, Fhi:., July 8, 1892,
third party, went democratio.by 50,s and honest effort to insure the election ---- --
000 niaj.rity; This augurs democratic of Cleveland and Steveison, and .the
victoryall along the line, entire democratic State, a-d county '
Mr: J. W. Quincey returned home- Resolved, That while we realize the '
Moilnday from Du Pont, Ga., where he utter imtpossibiiity of the people'spar- '
has been teaching school for some ty ticket to be elected, we also realize /- '' I
time. h e came to take in the barbeL tbht every voto past for it is equivas '' ,// /_ _
cueandi democratic primaries. lent to a vote for Harrison, for whoni -
Messrs. Worthington & Coarsey, no self respecting southern white man ,. ..
the popular and handsome young ca vote.
mnercliaits of Ottetr Creek, were n Resolved, That we adopt the name
in-. over our town Wednesday. Their of the "Cleveland-Mirchell Demo .
democracy is like the rock of Gibral- catmc Club of Bronson." and every \ ,.4 _-
,ue ember is a cam~nittee of one to work ,u ',.1 i,.
for the success of the party in the *. L [ tir
E,'WlNE OF CARDU, a Tonic for Women. county, state ald nation, c I' .
resolved, That we cordially invite cii A, st n nio b
Mu.1, P,. Lewis returned honie every citizen to ioin hands with us in .iit,..it-f, ""it' sa*' ral;
a'ii'dav ir om White Springs, wheie our war on every firm o' radicalism, wasseveratl ears t.io at lh'vo fntdii itdoes
he graduated with honors. He taught and we sh'dl contend tor the reforms me a great hial of goesi tny decltinig years,
school at Levyville last year, and the needed in and through our own party. I am 9.Year-
patrons were so well pleased that they B. Coulter, E. IH. Lambert, H. 2 moths and i. .:i ..... "- t lt per-' F
want him another term. :S; Satton, W. HI. Bigham, J. E. Jones, tc"t:y goi. .-- -. '. "" ... ... -
It-is a pleasure to note that there A. B. Jones, C. F. Johnson, S. W. ,'.- ., o ,a a, .. .
area .fe i rcpublicans-honest men Wileinson, V. A. Smith, 0. J. Fars ... i... ... y... ,..
who have never sought office-who mac, A, 0, aeon, W. .R Coulter, Jl., ...: ,: .. .; .. ,1. .,I ... -,. .
will give the third party a wide berth. J. Jackson, S., J. M.Jacksonr ., i t Q
'They have repudiatedd the carpet bag E.P. Jackson, J. 12. L nmmus. I.' S ..-... ...-i,-. .. .i ut, liti.
element in tieirowri party that has Hua'ey, i, B, Lloyd, li G. '...iei,.', -H,.-:..-T- h-7._ "..' ....o. winless,
taken a leading part in the form ation Ben. i'riedman, J. Ii. Barco, *,. 1 .I.I.. .......... ,,:.. Aixwayei-itbtO.
ofa third party. Vinzant, T. \V. Shands, J. L. Cl t;.-." -,nK ICF. *
, W. C. Jackson, J. F. ,Jackson, W J., ,
T heie is positively not the slightest Epperson, D. Graham, Sr,. D. Grabkm;- .,... .,i ,. dttl.y .1.s, t
Schalice oh third party success in this Jr O. C. Tousey. Wily Sapp, D. P. i(O iAI'T'~ ;avins ble.ien entered at this
County, but we would like to see ev McElvin, L.,T,' 5t'w,."t. WV. B. Coars ()oi e 'yP1-' I.'isghitsoy iaisis lan-
ery man rally under the democratic sey, A. P. Inliot. 1..1i, Sinith.F. R. ns1,e Dt 1. to,, 1u81, dah Fey, his
e bafliner. Let men who honestly vant Sanche. A I. HTrint,' Eiisha Wals i s-c i,,..,, ..li..t.;,or sttt'ion 22, township
e reform and not hoodle, join with us, ker, Eli- 'V\.:ker-.- Ws. Stewart, H-, ,s -,, 1 Levy tc uty ,ilortid
t and we will get the relief sought, The W. I..i. .t, J, Wright, L, B. "t ."., .. evy h sunno'id i
leaders of the third party were never Lewis, O.'B. Lexts, C. H. Davis, J, t ,'i,',,.... "..-:,. ,-la., wlari'ore 1, 1.

known to advocate reforms until they P, Sttickland, S. tJ, ii'i,....,hh... M, I .... ,' -i,,,. 1,. '.. '.i t '. n "o r o A d
s wanted office. te art, J. B. iii, 'u ikin- ..nini si al
e son, A. J. Griffin' [If ... name-is l "
1 The S. S, convention held with sotnhere A. "..in[ ,-.I i i -.
, Levyville church last week was large- ft h d of the foregoing, a- '.1..i.i. .. i e'
-a Afi.r thte adoption of the foregoing, t. 4 .i I i-this otllco
- ly attended by the brethren of the ass Mr. HAnderson, secretary of the t i'. "t;i'- "
, location edhe progut, ra as hospital democratic club of Ceaar Key, and j -- l CAT[ IAION.
, a carried out, and the ospt candidateforcollector, made a rattlrn iv ,- ..- L,' ..
L- ciiizens of L evyville in ade the'sojourn . '\c E T IL.... ... L' ..... .
t f the delegates among ..them er personal and platforvns of l the rparti, s r .t... i t .ti.it
..Im t inder e wa a ;eit ivaxtn h.eh would have convinced the :'i-ti '. .. .. :' .t .. ..,' 1' t itc-
"lay under t'e shade t a. th 1 obdure'a that democratic success is es, i. 1 .'., i it. 1' .' 'i '1 it t Pli't (Ir Ii s
'"and the doors- oh .-r-vv'w- ererid 11t N it'-1 ti 1t1(10
-owa oThis e ito sential to the w elfareof the South i ", i -, .,. ," t i:.... r t .Gaines
*thtero ta.c ovpe..' Thi. editor was The officers of the club are -I "f-.-B. ,'el h s. 't A. t .'. I ,w ...
.t Nhe, t ,t-l o J D (l.,., and. Coull er,- president; J .E Jone ; ,A .". : 1 ". '1 d .'.l. ,
n .i 14.C,,,a,,,' showed' him, Smih, and S. W W ilkinson -,.; r o. -;N.;:.,, ,':i ,4 \','.itl \)4 (o'
Sb od- otoei c 1' i l -d e eond and third viceapresidents;. i. LB. I o- t '1. \- i ig i losses to
to o Mitchel .w t hdeu cou L Lloyd, :.cretary, with EI, H LitL'mhl r r 'i t......t. -.. ,sI "t. 1o td
hi 'this.circuit-wf cen Levvyyille waste 0 at .Fa tu [m*n. .' t t-t, 1',I. iI.rI'l ty IIti-
eEEvery member is ddpvnmi,..to-i. ... t ,. i.
work and vote vr dn i i n *o,( ,iev,
at. 18.58, at which time, jt.ais time Ponce and they kuow ,io stch v ohl s ft :hcai '7'- tuh:Xt. .. ,ala, hi,'e.
'de Leoti o' i eoftth count -"'..-I ..
Theiinfiuence-.of ihe club w fleb l ti-i hildes cret had; l lbath.
Try .SLSWi-OS 1t-tc:t for Dysptitp1s, in ti :iui; i lcctio s" i:; .... l, iths aiu i pain.
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The YIwollesale and Retail ihe-
/,ants. W e buy for cash and
t,. tfi'Ord to sell cheap. O(nr
oo'.s (1re thehe.-t an;d om prices
he lowest. UWe hace the largest
itok. of Dry Goods,' ('roceries,
/ardl'are', Etc., ever brourht to
B'on-'on, ad must sell. If/you
,'ant to be convinced call on

Epperson, Lumnmiis & Co.

Tye can make it to your interest
o t.ade with ts'. 11e, are /joi0 n y
o pleaCse our ct0stomers by sel/i,'if
hem ,what they want at ,atonish-
i(gl y lca' putices. Bear this auct
n 'mind. Cone to us Jor your
orange crates

We BUY for CASH and BUY to SELL!



have just enlarged mny store building to make room for my
larje new stock of dry goods and groceries, and
anm prepared to sell very lomw. In fact, I
will not be undersold. Honest
weights and low pri-
es"' is nmy

. ..... . . . . ... .........
lats, Caps, Thots, Shoes, Dry Goods, Notions.

am agent for the tGossypiium Phospho," and "Sea T Fowl"
Guano, and can sell yon a "T' T *,'_.v* (ti,,," .i,"t
"Florence" wagon at fat. .'i, 1 /tc
I can seUl you cua. : /.',-
you want at you r
Sown price.

B.OARSE "Y, 0,,9






P rorm p 1 1.1l -*1 i i'iir l All l.- ioi:,
to bus.. --.
H-.. .j ,. .
Solicitor in Chancery.

Practi, : in ,ll ..- i .-.lie ill Ti u "F

.a -. .7'. : .

--(:0 :)--
Keeps on hand a general assortment
of Ladies', Misses' and Childreuas
HATS .. ":
of the latest,styles. :Also a full lin
ef MILLINErY Goons. -

Liver Stale.


Ha. -

Horses and bug-gies by tIe hour,
day or week. Phosphate prospects 'a.
can be accommodated. -
je2591-ly Pronrietor.
Denhlam.& Glisson, "
lackesmiths, e GQrish iti
-AD- .

Are prepared to do any and all kinda
Sth.ei h .,- r, i,.'ig I ;i ,3, ir W's.\ O
l'ho\> ', E t,-.. sl r t I1 ,1,- e.

Eberh.:.rd FaLer's


-.i..' A. l' lie ... -.

S . .. . . .

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uaple and y eies,




r-oduce received and Sold on consignment. Giveme a call.

` a" g" iN GT L ,


r I

M oe 7kee a ru'sh and well selected stock of Dry
Goods, Clothing, 1ats, Shoes, Furniture,
a'and everytngq vsollyq.found in a
first clae:s store. We pay
Stithe highest cash
h.price ior
SCountry P)roduce, aI inv;'ite yovir atrolnage. TIe
u'ill pljea)se youl with food 'goods, lo' prices,
and fair deadings'. l'e will sell
cheaper t1han you can buy
... ...-0- o m.

Furniture E'iiporium'.


J1'O) .~i0DAYS.Incyrer to introflla" 0111r.C mtYOI
poe,na't enin your vit'iitiy. and i tore&te a demarnd
firour N% ot malt' you tt"'.foiogiiL'150~t iNda
ItoU' C: (IM a L.., phlottotratih.tor a tintype. or F&
t: u-l or ty nr bor of ynr
letS tiit I SO i iothe AI OIO V
.ABtROVT.UT Mg FREE OFl (It' r,ov idiot tYouxtti ~(t~iitto S ~t'iii
eoft tt-iitotit oot ~riti 'tilti- tiri'amplel Li ,'' (iatbcija out aiid retum
it to it it, tir i ttztots wti enitkiCiint w a sh~ip your r portratit
41E., hr la.ttN, s.to
O~ir utyk on-I be se~en1!n the ho"ntes of' Rome of Ole txo~t
Ci. T1. iR jt:trof t:- fllonnort itit N-Wnk xe~ shl,,;pt~ov, b. C., mnid ninny
Othter.. ,, ;,a1l.,]" rynt titOn i ndi tio-ea.'rtlo i wYosi ttdBrtO
VLId nll eZPI'tbYJ ti~ tt~t~aUO; Ve Cated StatC4.

I -

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(4u.-2LsAcf11, S ,

Fo~s~ as,. Elld~

.. -AN --. -N -:-
Send list for r'ies, i-'. ',I-r .

a Sa -"
Eye and skin Ointm.nt;,, ...m
A certain cure for Chronic Sore Eyes,
Tetter, Salt Bheun, .Scald Head, Old
Chronic sores, F'ever Sores, Eczema,
Itch, Prairie Scratches, Sore NippIes-
and Piles. It is cooling anwl soothing. '
'Hundreds of cases have becn-cured by- -..
it after all other treatment had failed. ..,
25 and SO cent boxes for sale by
J. M. Jackson & Son,. "Bronsop," an4
W.. C: Andrews. Archer..

Fu- ll Line ': ;


*0@. SU~a jdies:

On hand. T1n1ert t .id in( i deprti t nt open -
( iy t nd ni ht, -r t'mialt iterds futn,' : .
als in anypv ltait o h mity. linbiim g
aspecialty. A, : 'It hII. .'.
Gainies-il1, Min ..

No'I'-ICO (F, FINAL 1)DISCII -I:h. -.
I mn' ,iritlis Irom d;tko I will vreo'sen t Iy -ly
1 ulitultt t li (S i l i- vuh 'l i-l(.i-rs as .admi '!

isiKt'rh a lthille Ai f" : 1 fIi n. -n ..- ,

t.. n- i-S t
*... .,* ^, =.- '5
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S ; ill '11 .:, : rI t tit.' Pit I. p ai l .n n ou.tith th'

i t..' th,''. '.- ',, : i .,: htiasInulio asth co v tn had |''1; E Ito p;th i t'olir r udie s a year's )
. [ ( ( il t '. ih'lfll l t *) l. l;h1)[l "< a .. .. 'A
v .it*i.t,(i. t-.i';- m*!OWO" true oriends of the 1ltiance and rarmi- Fanner published at E :vJugtied and F LWTON 8
-1. -.f.I ...,,. 0 ie di i l Ii t;pt, 'rs gcncrally, it wats thought theri e (;,\'evllitd, lL1. (E* |E.
A'n l A 1.1h 1i '' r 1M 'tetl ive t ajrt' xt 1f)1 or a "y oneI to '|.i,e o i itlO a y Of our s | B BE LIVE SE UT-
.7ritu r? IIt tle vlil.hii liCnl III' I N' .. i t t t--
If\. t ,uawlirtold uwvarlt tt,.uvmn. FWhen l 1lo1 t ottuo t 1hev didn't d;>rte ;sejil* .'rsw 3. Il) xil py uv a ll I BTO
ha itr ti titkau t rt,W .what gutidanco "oJj j the thiktL t y -i ',,., k i a eis .on sub ri. and t oi e ililyear in U !
Nim" aihl"-osityofmyllrai -"-.,.:.? th ( 1 l hl phl (io n;!', nlt\wililita.i ling' l1;. adVaii'c. TJ'liO Aii('ri;,';ii FIlierE i- -
.tit ,, I ', ra in !a pSuIn- en Vd enjoys a lt nntioi;tl erculatiouh Mr. r Marchba"ks,-ruggist
'ThO, t tt -,,lati ,,,.'tyo'i a fl itm un y to h -ed i, nd' a nd rintkt amt. t,,h ,,t l I ng agrit .. Sparta, Tenn., inform s us that a
\vi ,i n .rosest thetitsofdath." r6 I ii t.ionra is lia6'l iil to ethex- I 'i'l S ia] 1,I N. i rli. nil i CR O O f O 1'tr0f oi's sore eyes w sot
iri,,i-" i.: tf1('hi,, iit,,r tini,,, wa tit ld lhe u t, Louis ilat- COSTS Y L' N )TiIN(; o reciv cured by taking tree large bot-
Hr : I'vI n,.,,-"f')i i'.r, hlo in ilduiset!, buit it \':as ejcctedl I1y Hu .\ilii i<';ii ],al'lta r '- r 1o lo e vou t cyar. by al n t r l-g bo -
T ,.h'wit il.,, 1 .... I. tho awful' i -t -" ('I!'>iitIi i a t lit| eo l tii ( :k r.s i ')\ v I l ; \ ,i olir l 'at toi 1f 'i l Syd
Of flit dr td tlhsemnaoio, t, ,'nt a p' texl, tr (ig u cr t roli tly. Sii le co is can bo sel O up,,
.. Oh, aurrly Ilia'!burau w la'art ,o 'l'i'~e' third I t., f'lt fairlyy' t'luru .-u :;t oul; olic r O !_SO i.12 j1,
r *f l loi y n ult rtil< : ,ht l tia ltty arolii!y<;,'t't *ig"t 0 ,i ti'it -- resatteo Liso tandlo. D[mi lod!leas.es hailed. re.
Io ,'*''- -L, tloa" ttt ;f llt'-lot ,i \, h'0 eIi THE NE iW YOR)II i-. H. S. Thacher Medicing Co.
- -'lrthe"h,.l. i r,( h 'll, ,-' e|l hau}l" ai *,. !lhl Ihi 1, ,l ,1-. I h l *",HATTANOOGA, TEI*I "
(- ia rt 1. t'nnlst iti ll1 'a Btomr. ., ill 111 allt tot ii tel %d. atN-ill 1 a 0 M I-
I' e I ,, tI'mT Air istas'c ii At aril adogtdtnd a reso- y 1t111'ae -t t
t It i I.,tri~t totiTO r tiptriotisme to uno'iinatei t.aut dates thid y ltr e x-
S, 'i'i'ilti'1 t, ilrst sfn iid head pi, i al- t'e i4t lor lmuniittil l otlhiest, A Iaditgt t OtNE DOLLAR A YEAI ,.1,
I,' onl: i ii' e |t i Engilai,,. ; ..'i t i tnu, t(!)uldiau akin- in favu or tl lu fldture of ant i ir D'i..F" 0
r. bietunredelayed u l 1..l ,-' he- i fe i. ,iut i,)tt .,t1 L, m .,: t;- c: ;: "sas o, li,,e,, f ti' iil'e lo, t n\
; -.,t, ,,,'h .e.o e. "clo ..,l",t Pte- e .- .t
tVt'ight shy nlamie ittl if wteanother in Ielits, an I hliee e o, the lo l i t er ''t 3]l'o ml Fr m

l it'e 'ittt tV Hot'
r'o 't ltt." ,io" Ito Ill'it tt e for a sampl"e rpy.o
ater, invented the ;t,, t h. -'.t' 1. itlytlhe idessof .ovetinber will coii THEIE WEEI'LY WOIILD),
S iilne for couipltinc g .i l-:dI J.l pin vit'o"y" t' uI.t tN'w Yml- I ii v.
iy '?.ititi pliroc'ss. Putttitt itit and that. toolhelr mn' y t.
:' ,arv-.l .d'.. indeed, does this soeem a-tuto poulitioiaus. do nttt'-hltsitale to
when wve pause to consider that prior give it aIs their opinion that tho'ie otiV LA AN D
to tlhe finvliticn of this machine it re- ont verts tto the hird party severe uA t
.. ,. .... i,,o,,P UR, ,,B AKE PUE CREAM-TRTA POWDER
osnpetA ph i;" there were as "ltl4wy to t'o all tlht -ha\'e ,l',ht'- hill Ittoit.

different processes in :'. tilr ;tur. 'he third at-rty lit, ii,, in lortia ,E DO ED Y
I'.S ; ;;,l ,,.; l -tllt ,.e!(,t d PROF A. L. fET'z .H. ,
,nehii, 'f tf'l rns ut a onstaut ,t steel nr liose rsutil pit caiilst w\o re -'' a' curedical Dep rtkient Tulane University,
eremni fins, ieraging200 a minute er ow S e Vott n itti thal FFO( of Louisiana, won httr a ,ofanlY
.ll r -dvy ti bl. ttansferrid into revily party whe.ll tihe altCtt plaggets FGJL FISH Eo which he or. arecoinends to tiei
t.ng b,"l'{l... Ltli r' they tre td e. 'lln i 1~it e6rli't)t';aiLd ll roliate ie tihei, I .. public. L
Ofitit .. ilh I ly.to lie' tI.e'.. tlo i i iaguml.nti o ur slte goveriitlltBAIKtl.i SBR D' "THE S U'ERN FAVlORITE"
tin a'1 btLl.ih hroi wl hihtIi teiy vtie0i. e.. bhut since the 'Taipa cotpiveulilln H pE1) lise I u FAVO0
4taritg" 't.it th'i d B liig, clca'a 11 seen ( h'11fit l' aslkin t ttand e\'Ueu .t.s h,, PUg ,4 ls O-SPO E AND POWERFUL.
SOnew pib ahii performs thte several tti t i tnoc riiir; or Ateyi lcoi tr'o bet .. -- ---- You Wantt. Ask Grocer For It.
itla eco s asanae to c.;Iii .ES GULF MG. CO.,".. .
tAr sheets and stickig the plus into rd it c ,o pig ter, iby to gn it chI,:r .
iltemn. in even rows, with remarkable ltlernte and votes, buit those whlo In haTO '
Jext'.ri -T bll '... c e... o ly -watch.d la.kin and eek. THE STEAM proved bythe ross of cokl
1 ,. _.*- -.i- (11< ptllip stli yoair.. 'o Iot exprri t and acts as. a basing. There Is no evap-
t1ra la. aF- tip l by rG.pasl>,,ii ~B. libni to adiltrfildh ilflulllce or' lllUt, oration, no drylnguporb.tnlighence.o no shrinkage -
I .iiiv s tx ri fs trains at Spinger vo|eh tq t tlh .ird rty- .. -|ei. all' the flaor a.od nutrto u YOUR
tdppttol 'i i'aslhdlper ile 'idea l6o1,1id'6' tiat Baskin want aeseteides d ,ae raled. Toug meats are R YOUR HOME
hq"A rd are stop.id b t'in'lin to be nominated for governor or colt e.r,'rand mo re dgestbie Putthed
S l. I h er ong g Prof iOdel is also ll e roaster wi do the cooking. It requires no at -
Iliv JLi '-t ;' ,-r" file ti B as. -and the id i cOlile titu l with the guiorita- tentton. Can only be bought from dealers, te r. d,
"-he gI ised R il ital wieel o ef f te "Babes L the Woods," ;n'i MATTHAI, INGRAM & CO.,
er rses [I.- iil-!ndweelso einig ono of the state senators vwho 120 HANOVER ST., BALTIMORE, MD. .
hat the latter -i J- t t revolving, ade ait cxciir'sioi to tcorgia (a rlrltt 4 RiADE ST., fEt YORKl. o .... til .
l irn. f I ri,- -,o.p, .e 0f trais ite legislative session or 1291, in orders -, 'si
SThoeN'O llj'o. 1':, V-' -o tiieckI sonmetilmts to leave the Seinate witlhoilt aquorui, a
thtit tinh I. te H7 rii-l,--- oWi(Ie Ilopiing thus to prevent the re-eltectiott -
raek- "'/'- a t ;,n ,)tft'h and prevent 'It is rel or'ted that A. S, M liin for- EW CAL

tt o .e al i in t -. oe, i tI. e e\.b....e l. .. ......the" ". .,,e 6I "I t"'"'
-.n o ... o' O
i eutu. d Io Ihh dtit ye i- WI a ito dit tu ,he o hors (e I I ( i .
.o: vrc He kiltlary tdarty of F aloriryI. -(r c.a CODY .
,tr- r ves n b--twe fb ias kto t Ad which istrie t is l- t tthe' ,I ,e 1 .. .
I !! nMU %% it iltt e o t c iinvtgo field lot his tspirat els ste .... J -

'lliis toe ei 1 T as criteekion t ttihblie w lt liirtt af music t -
Is lait -tix. W is efoits at v.etl |Ji' i ,,.tobi.s ,,.t b it b t d ae i i a d a >D
('tia r bw''tth er or nl.nuic dealer .Jt h-i /'s | S6 = P= "
jioujtie rtit-itlttt,, 1s lti t r yauorata is ht 4its in coge.is act- jdited to thlt -
wil secu)re '-.'o ))y You or I ',rder r --e'l --" -
tot of hisoh.>rce. He kills the weary tiat 1thi rd a t i Broa ttw ay, th' i d ot
toin t wih whi, perhaps, to fan the -his Lear'. On o des wil be
e: une itsthet.- rnge iiof hadorp. an atd a ot hiiatkion oft lie worst etumm et '

Sby seve t al thousand vote. t S oie. FI Ne L -1
a h eard y ;i > i. sooin lt t xput. fl FsTof A D t WinlE R oR C't POWDtRbi

A famiu.iar lhl;.,i t fwritje., so pas' d otda .._te ol. e-r. "lt- i t t- .__<,-
i many ,tii- ,r a,,,- eonvits, says of bs'ttstbTh tt ei' a mtbe a Dem/-rt. ," ;'t. .. ..d-.. n.m,.r.-u--. .
on. M stroa a nk ibdlanr e Alt of re i o ..t. lowe lnth-" I t i ll t -;, t owi atcPrei.

p l .. 1 1, -it "uT.o, I ye t t i tpre sid ent eSchu aher y nasu
-tel fris t e a ley a lit" Ystt liit I ,'a Ilr a liat terso At th t net1( r i t liictisllt b A RI

b li D01uo rtit :,- A/).. .,. rtst of Acradtur,] V.o iid-is -1t b t--t- '--'_. _..i.t-t'- .. ,
andrig bae ty hn. o y or he Ax yneprokizet must be a Dini- I

feIneverlai t ig, etfign of re. ocrat. ovr CP evelandis he De- .
fi t t l ocrat. The c worse- thanir s taxes aKO m, OHI O.

rh.ou r ,) ine ,iiid o .... nuste on8i 0dowi. IAdIonTs ko .,,,TEDo noo We tn y| F TEilS kep it I
S ue i tiui. ae il' .- ; ~ar 'Thie next presideLt b\lst be a I Dem- i t- t s w
ode'rIiin'. fj l sued that towin oir .a, *a|. -rov' ClTeveland, has beenU p e. r
tlo "lll e Vr,) tc't'iio- ov the gru d treied1 and' ibe tsmttedt. : hPUL h.R r AMPLi. o.
_Lo.. r..... ek .. to..wn Ta h netxt preside tt nust0 lea DFen- .of Lou'ti .. ha.,,' -,, W E hv PAY aFRE IG ft.
I-tos' i lng ii l ti e tt d o prov 6Ve that t ie rt ., etiii *ult hoges o't -ii, i,,.i r, ,,'e,, i, t e et ar e
.,'.u l I' h "l a li y [ l creas e oF pesiiO s itn tl i may YS to, t c t to y.u CO p C.

-lui,- at. ilbirt(l. ii.. !'41i" the .r.o.id 'ea i ni e t t,"eiext n 'dhit j u ic o, p neoe d ou t. ,

i-tot terhl. t ocrat "o Cle. ...a would a e oc --.t ". .. I- I 1I S 1o BAKI N Bpan to,
ileotve t e h o Le ovef to f s -i e alc i .vi r. t ', 1| '1Yo i As G i '" er 'o t.
Sorc do lo el i "l: .. ;H. i You ma havea o1p ,, for
-lie. "exi i o hol n an mu''t coelt uoe. a pa ES CAoe' -t 0 R','N T.,

otug albir d tn 'tlae" li,.,.iriLX of Dr. The ncxt lprestieit niust be a Dcni- ; ,"[ 'l ..^M ^-.'-- 'S '*<.',.-*,v; onvitin, no doubt.T
obtertFItchir whr suoteditb w a octalt (a 'i' o t ," .' C'wk The q t.estxon ,s Ltoo mGL ortant to

df illustration in te-eourie of a lecture a ]e a'v root oi billion :J.,)]Ia .ks-n -..... ; ,, i [ ".. t be s0ttled "vthott .ie thought.
'"he rlhi I a !n. 'line town plce The next pi'esitltlrst be a Dtm- Vt.: "s' -'T i b: I es PAY tit So'i o r e
iOnll tire by ht thof load te yty.rs. do s o- I roaste too a "bdn t Tnere I i o o '] ot evatpi- A% i t
I4''rl t \ t i elllll ttitn t r ie 1Ti t o 1,8,000,0p0 I j s of wel I, aonde flavor anw mntritio useo d E

tit ".--., n t" .trat. "" ',Ios iit-K.i,| of the ])i'l- a re 'rea nd' Tot m"eats ain t.-tIn P ee e s
ta ... I i iA Cr lc'at .be t poer ovn o cl e n oevel; 'Cegotile WING the rt 'ia .

A- ct, Lve Ia Is.. ac tor es to, ..' ,1 .P..o Buodtenliioro(.l rll; ss. '7. c the-.' roste 1pnr._ doesn

h ,"O ,l tu ,n tv i' .! ;r,,.h.e CIf.IS 11-4 ee". ... 1.., 1.1 certaiilyw trel ilit -- -l- .. .-" .
"Oh, m... i tai n1 oOi l Cl,tt,, cease, liu ins .t rac h uniter your instrucrion; I I.ward Whatever piano you buy, there
"Why. what do you mneani" 'tile l (t ltOC prfeslmt nt.st he a Dem- y'u .h, n..un' Eiam-s list ve g llw are piano secrets you ought to know.;
*here twas a tnan out here with a i't. m t -r t 1.-.1. 'is tli c o- tt t i Va thatet fals,' an.," Ourfree book tells then. Send a
orse and. k. hint f I coui hav plea's choice. ,. it,1 "'',I I, ,I 1,,yit, it ostal card for 1 k t rmay help yotu
ariidh i~aldi lo. If h'd :id .es t'Id ;tii. y)1 vou h i s 1 p vds inl, ,r, i,;li 0 buy a different piaio. Wne takue
had itl"-Li -'Th o[otlily Mdtioii of tle South ..... .. ... ... ..., ... that risk. W e also v-, I -you the
.. ..t shin uns w< Floritd.a i ... ttev(tt(,dto ve l rthig .. .. n, e.tt, Ay --.or nearest dealer where ou can see a
Sil._f.i.. '"t- ,oi'- W"-,..tthat ioitui. -to Yil. i -al make mue W ING Piano. It i worth le-',
in" l itft(ih tiig- S' t "p ;i.-t.,. lh(n elivi ng ht Florida' t s t ..i. l' ": T... i......t. i t a. So s t he ri e. N.1' .% ,
* ie- Yes; bult yd(tr t ,httelai.e is too six n11.llb11I io, 2y cvnits. as W o wIt to hie ,';; l u 1ti N Bro i* I -4
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Corrugated Sheeting,
SRoofing Paints,
S- Iron Rooi1hg,
Eave Troughs, Gutiers and Spouting,
OPAII forms of Shetl Metal for Building
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In thlstown--an onergclt''orkman to
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Correspo.^einea 'Ikl,ed; 'write for
prices 'adl' teimg. .
SCOTT & CO., Cincinnati, Ohio.




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Wash your hands,
a Wash y(or head

Wslis babies heads,
,?. a 'ash out stains,
SWash, away dandruff,
T Wash away pinmples
S Wash away freckles,
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o" A For Pure White Skin.
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diseases' oi "oet ,-e;i,,atory ',>,:.s i
one of thi-Vtntst irnmporartdimcoveries'
in medical science and possesses the
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1. Ta patient can cure h!mscli at nuIml expense
and without outside afl ,tr,- S 'S
2. rio ctl:.ngI ol diet or. cli : :"i'..' scessary
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5 Thli rei'ed!s and m-n ns ol spliance can be
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removing bolts, so as- to adjust h ov y O lit ,,Weight.- .-, ooe

oe easiest rider, and the best selling vehicle in the world. Manufared by
Tue Btuckey Cart Co., Char&eston, W. Va.W cnnstructin covered ben M dt
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