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XALlxK REf.(KtitR.tt.MivVr4 14. COiwj.JDATfcO JwftlM Maiisoa. Flo rill. PUBLISHED VTXIII.T. ITT- U tb IUIm P Oftrc a, ' tn M.1U-, COLUftBIS R. SMITI. Elitor. Koi tfcjt mat kn w the THE NfcVV E V THR PRT-K. MaJioo, Fran--". THl.Tt.SDAY, AVGCsT 6. 1X-S. ForSale-To Tie Craft B lh eocKoliir :oo of th Mdaoo EeeoHw with lu ;p-r I tm .tabled t cffr for .. a crr.pVt. npaper plant, eorsit-tlrff of Co:ittrr U.mpb.11 -"yiioder B.-t.-r pre. C Jt. P. ' Cordon j-r.br, Iii:5.q-iaDl:ie ol bfwlr nil ,br. Oif tire and .rrrj thing nfry to th 'f-jbli.-nt:.- of a oeir pp.r. A too iht or t.n bocdlM of whit , ia cEtrokni (i9. jujt - irotn in mu:. eiza ECO AK3 ECr.iKYi As evidence of wbat can be done in j rowing fin$ corn in Western Florida, tbe DeFuniak Creexe prists tbis paragraph: "Andrew Cot in gtoa was in town yesterday, and to show us that be was a genuine, dyed-in-the wool fanner, be brought us an ear of corn frown tbis year tbat was ten inches in circumference at the butt and weighed tweuty tbree ounces. And yet tbey tell us that Florida is not a com country" Short Talks in Times-Union. " " - Pshaw! Pretty pood for West Florida, but in tbis town may be seen, we are told, an ear that measures 13 inches at tbe butt: a stalk that lias forked two feet from the ground ai:d bas an ear at the fork and o-e on ech branch, a"ll grown by farmers of Madison county on her rich soil. and on which Governor Drew raised at Ellaville. some thirtr years ago. 120 bushels to the . v v I I - -fc - . . know of 3Tfo txi war.n a ramn.nr I acre, and nt'iprs cincs Kir Kaon idisoa. Fl. I . . . . parts, and Tne -.,Wf' peiwooriDree n on a red im, , : years ago Fiorida was divided TO THE PUBLIC : We heg to announce that we ha o purchased the Hardware Businc: of W. H. DIAL and will continue the same at the old stand. It will be our aim to keep the stock com plete and to sell our wares at the lowest possible prices. We cor dially invite the patronage of all, assuring you that we will strive to please you. cas not made its appearance in I Madron yet. Then it does--oh. 'al ,"r , "I well, when if Hr s,QCe lheo 'urnisDinjf tbe world with choicest tropical fruits aod Sereral lepal hancinsrs act u-l vegetables, while Middle and ally occurred in Florida lastPrest ie Ibem with tbeir week. The Pardoning Rnarrf abundant suonlies of hctr and - v. - o . . I i : bad better take tion. another raca-1 hominy. Jim Alexander 6ays thre will e do extra session cf the legis lature. Think yon, Jeemes. Ve know you know and are 'therefore sure there will be no Mr Merchant, do yon intend to "do business" tbis fall and winter? If so. it about time for you to begin to calculate on your ad?ertisintr appropriation. THARIN & LESLIE, Successors to W. IJ. DIAL. extra session because you haTelrhe mercbant who attempts to said po. io business in these strenuous Idavs of comnetitinn vithnn A When serea men.clothed with! vrtUina ia lit h k a "little brief authority." over-J tries to eat soup with a knitting ride and annul tbe expressed needle be tries hard but iratb- .iiiuiraoreioan seven tnous- ers in very little of the substance. and of tbeir tellow cituens.tben If you want to reach the peo i indeed, is it high time for sjtne. pie if you would have the coa .tbineto haispen. ' sumers know tbat you hare Governor Broward i again in f ' s!1'- " you woulJ in im juui VUUUprillUrS be was last week, and actual It .Ke-T.ur U,r 0t tbe spent a few hour, in his bSci e WDlCn . t0 ... 1 1 hn mil must I At IKa . i ' - . v 1. L. v. .u J CIS It may be because of the lyocbiojr and its attendant hor rors in Pensacola last week, but it is worthy of remark tbat neither of the Pensacola papere have had a word to sav con mending the Congressional Com mittee for its solendid worlr in seating tbeir favorite, J". Walter Kehoe, as congressman from this distrirt. .-at the cap.?o'. The peonle of 'Tallahassee appreciated his short visit and express the bepe -that be will "coaie again. kaow what voa hare and what you want for it. Yoa can do this by putting your advertise- meot io tb&columus of this na- Tbere is mort rinirintr in a I Pr. The cost is infinitesimal . -j - - i i -newspaper ofSce over one sinner wben compared with the results -woo pays in advance ana a bus to follow. Think over it now s tbe editor on every possible 4nd "ake your plans to start in occasion, than there is over the un me season wDen it opens ninety and nine who borrow the next month. ' paper from neighbors and sing its praises without contributing I be interestiag to our one cent to help keep it out of temperance readers to note tbat tbe poor house tbe latest statistics show tbat t,. T t , . forty five per cent, of fair 7iDTvr r - I , America is now under the tern creature of Willtam Randolph e ble. TwCD Hearst, has naxed its standard of lhe th,rt four leffUlalure, bearers Thomas H.sgen of that were in session last year assachusett, occup.es tbe first d u uafavorab,e tohe place on the t.cket and John liquor trafSc. while not a legis- Temp e Graves of Georgia, tbe latur? b ,B se5S:0n fbis second. Tbey will coctinue to . thlf h, A . . . year tnat had not one cr more occupy tbeir respective places . r. even after the election is over L.,,,;.. r . oatheti Ut legislation of re.ent years has oameiLket. been in favor of ih Judge Hicbard li. Kussell ofthe encouraging report reads. They have counted Mays out ore.- in tbe Third Congressional district, declaring Kehoe tbe nominee, a result anticipated frona tbe first from a partisan committee. But Mays, immed iately tolloftiiig the decision aod in the face of tbe commit tee, declared that he would ap peal to the people of the dis trict at the November election. As it is there will be two demo cratic candidates for Congress from that district. V o 1 n s i a County Record. Of all tbe papers we havej gressiooal District, not one be bad tbe temerity to uphold the action of tbe Congressional Committee in riving tbe certifi cate of nomination to Congress to J. Waller Keboe, but on the other hand several of the papers have spoken in no uncertain terms of condemnation of tbe scyen partisan committeemen who becaae they bad tbe pow- PROFCSSIONAI. CARDS.. -"V C. BLACK ASHLEY, Attomeu-at-Law Practices in a!2 t.Cour of it State. Prompt atftr- oa g'. "it c?i-lectkn. tbe Georgia court of appeals last jreek banded down a de cision, tbe entire court coucur ring, to the effect tbat the solicitation of orders for whis key by mail in another state Xv any individual or coriKration is a violation of tbe laws of before bici, Wilham Jennings Georgia, and any person niak I Drj an bas retired from the ac- in,j sucn solicitation is gr-iity of lire ed:torsh'p cf tbe Coini.juutr ... . . i a criDe against tee slate, it e Morally, tbe liquor traffic has always been wrong, a curse to tbe iiidir idual, to his prosperi ty. Arcadia Charrpion. Ilaviog about all that lie can attend to in the campaign cow U!tMi:n, wt'.cti n l!: rno.t far reacl.ir : the arpellate court has ever ier."ierel ia (koria, was in lhe case of Eo aaiLbt t'.e state an 1 R. M. Rose C'o .again.-.t ! ana announces t fiat be wil not be re.ponitle for matter op poariginit djring t!ie can pii;n except th.it over his ov n slratare. I'roli.c-r Cliirles ,! continue as publisher ard K'.c'j- There was a tine when ex treme partisanship was neces sary in Honda. When the Re publican party had devastated tbe State and filled tbe offices with negroes and carpet bag gers it was the christian duty of every self-respecting white man to take advantage of every possibletecbnicalityaad quibble to defeat the schemes and machinations nf tbe enemies of tbe State, but that day bas J .. Iasea, ana a committee com posed of white detnocrats.wbich is clothed with authority to de cide between democrats bas no business to consider anything but law and facts, and personal favor and bias, personal pre judice and enmity, bas no place in tbe considerations of such a body. A pirtisan democratic co:i:-.. riee uas no place in the po'.it.oal a 'airs o four State. er of numbers overrode and justice and abrogated tne will of the people as expressed by ballot and set up their own favorite in the place of hirn whom the people h-i4 chosen. Tbe usual crime, the usual result and tbe added horrors ot tbe firing of the sheriff's possee on the bowling mob, and the wounding of many and killing several. That is wbat tbe cily ot I'ensacola bad to contend with last week. Tbe white woman died as tbe result of the injuries inflicted upon her by the brute nego. COLUMDUS D. SMITV ATTew t at taw Will ynHirr 1. HUfr r-lm T the mat.. i NEW EN 71.: : UISE CITM- J. J. COIT WAY di:nhst. MADISON - FLORIDA- On U.t Sund.y moroing the Lte Und Lumber Ce'. saw, )lning aud L:il niill u destroved by fire. OCJca riions 2o. 101, IiesUerice Thone No', tt. A Vcfce Frcni AQtcnciilcs r Take no chances buy a rt ii Ford Runabout and take i drive, one ct our Society I Vr will create happiness for t! wliol.; faxi.y. You ru:; i,.'. ti-'lC wiien ou run IVrd Auto.TiobiVs. Frt . th er i:orrr'at:o:i st e a. s.cor.r::,:r, Ant, I Haro your pii : turo Minclo tit th nev.- Hindi . in tb3 Bc ::t work ar: I I-IaterirJ Guaran teed. Cc-no and -co saruplr:3- "VVc do ovorytliir.fr in tho picture lir. Eiilarin., cor; in a Portr;-;t 4 2 I '.vcrii. "Yours to : CO. d:y' trc: -:r.: f;r $1X1 SarLfA.uio.i " 1 t l.s state. ard L. Mftcalt, the eiltor.