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on. II 3 .OLl'.RL'S 15. 5. ITU. I .lit or. Of. Galium ll ' Nili.i.lf.jn, Klorti' . , TUCHSDAY, AUGUST i7. 1PM. for Sals -To The Craft- .!inF'illi3atiin f VniliBon LV-eniMcr wiMi 1 h is piifit-r I mo fi.nlilpil la nilW fut am" n r.iiinplt t! nrwlaper pl.int, consisting 'if Com try Ouropbell jlln'cr oewfjiu'er jrc?f. C M. V. C'ir.tn jiiblii'r. IOjc 1 , " nri .i t iB r Ivoly ml j ib urn' iluplsy tvp-e n)-vi'vyUiinn . a-i'.v?ar.v to t)n iiublii.,a'inn ' a riewe ;(.pr. Alro eitflit "' ten btioillt'B of ! ite nows, Id unbroken nckH(es. just mCT-oiii tlie mills, Rlze CJxSU. If Vf u ioi.w of anyone who vvants newepnpfr u!fit t h moderate co't refr tbem to t THE ENTERPRISE RECORDER, ' Madison, 1'n, Taylor county is to have a saIoou, m y be several..'. The fast issue of the Herald con lains the petition to t he county commissioners for the issuance .nf a salocn license. Taylor . cv-Jvdy has always beer, "dry" a:k1 this new departure is not Hished by many of the citizens. mce more has the Quincy li Dal charged hands and this . je has changed its name as , ell. Wliat was the Journal is rw the Moon' J. II. Tbotnp vson and G. Maddox are the ew.editor and business manager respectively, and they poraise to give the people of Quincy a jtal live newspaper. .Success to them. . N TTilliara Shermai Jennings md T. Albert Jennings are both snaking appeals through the State press for campaign funds. T. Albert won out over William Sherman in the recent primaries for national committeeman, but William Sherman, always with nerve, is l:cev:nT in the lime- ii'ht of this campaign anyway, for be is related to the Peerless kadesftiud who knows what might be in store for William Sherman should democracy's orandidate win?--Havana News. CAoCUN CO ; u Mi with the policy -f i"'i' u!ar ;o;.'.ributious to the deino craiic ca nipaign fund, Mr. Dryan has 'spoken as follows: "There are very few demo unts who co.uU . not afford to make a small contribution and 'the people will never be able to control ' tlie government until they take on themselves the burden of supplying campaign (nnds. As long as a few men furnish themoney fo finance a campaign, those men will exert an undue influence upon the government. ''It seems that we' have' reach ed. tlie end of cr porate contribu tions and this is a step in ad vance, bul the individual's who control these favor-set king corporations may still dominate politics by furnishing the sinews of war. The demrcr:itic party has struck at this system by limiting contributions to 810.000 and providiug for pub'icity be fore election. The republican party lias so iar refused to join us on this proposition, but pub lic' sentiment may yet compel it to do so "I have no doubt that the democratic party will receive contributions from more indiT yiduals tlian ever Contributed to :mv c.mniaiirn. and there is no reason why the entire sum neces sary shoul l not be supplied by contributions by the masses. If every ' democratic paper will take the .natter up and lend a helping hand we will soon have money enough, in the treasury to provide for legitimate cam paign work and that is all we want." Mr. Brvan is richt, but the v irreat trouble about popular contributions lies In the fact that. people are' not used to them. The general public has never been called upon to contribute to a campaign fund. The mon ey has always been supplied by a few rich individuals who could afford to make the contributians. It has never entered Ihe minds of the common people that thej should help raise this money. Mr. Bryan, however, has set a new standard. He believes in ihe people, and not the special interests, controlling elections. lie thinks therefore that the people should furnish the moff ey necessary to conduct the campaign. PensacoU Jojrnal. v S. SOLID CARLOAD OF i j has just been received, and orders for promptly filled. : J : : : ' cr 3 1 We are Agents for the famous K 3 lA I sl (Uli AND CHATTA"Jl o, f (xJ1 GA i sarte vv ill be j Etuis. ... 1 All your needs in the U' promptly at the Ilaidw a- ,Ti- .! i . Is THE. SPRINQ T harl p r1ni(nvir..i - . "VtlUUMI J, CoT.rnor of the Stat." -ijojieo ii, en?" , I , "Ves; h dlfln'f wnnt tc Ll "CKet (or anything.' . vi.fi tieraia. NOT t'P ; TO DATS. f'ffnrT" ld Mra Featherg.lt. martset;, "Thpy both h&i tr linfaihlaanbl i.v.. .., ?nd." ?hlla(Ji.h)bia Praia. Brother J. E Found is having Ms paper, ( the 'Perry Herald, 'printed from the office of the live Oak Democrat at present. It will be remembered that the Vjilding and the entire plant of the Herald was destroyed by Ire at Perry last week, nothing Viag saved of the outfit except ibc office' desk and the subscrip tion list.-- We are glad to know -that brother Pound had insur ance which will lessen his per sonal loss. The fire was of in cendiary origin. , Every living soul should 6trive always to"bring happiness and sunshine Into the life of some one else. He that scatters brightness and pleasure to otli -rs, gets the real enjoyment rom this life. Even tbe pleas ing little smiles we leave behind vs here may live always to cheer .... n'..tinr remembrance 'of after we are gone. There is calculating the good even t!, rheerv little word of grerl- forti in''' does all along down ai a j I cm'I through tlie journey of oar life- j acCf i;.ni. It ialwavs as e.isv toiciat .-...litn -ii- T r) , pi fn! as it K !c K. -ro-s and ugly. CHng c:!h ctti 1 1 h us I. rhii the editor of this paler, and we will acknowledge sane in these columns and see that your con tribution goes to the proper par ly in charge of that epartment of the democratic caripaign. . :p ' The first number of the Si'n ford Ilerald.R. J. HolH nwnag ing editor, has reached our ex change table and ye hope its visits will contibu indefinitely. It is a handsomely printed, well edited, five column quarto,, and boosts the- '-Celery City" to a finish. Holly is an experienced newspaper man and if he is giv en proper encouragement will iuriisli the people of batnoru wih a newspaper of whicb they rjay be proud. KN'EV Whi-i n-.o-.-n -; I T havA ?rrt. .... .11,. . brilliancy, your aiiiucs at rem:. i vn ir i a I "It It's more than 3, oil man, I , J can't do a thing for you. I'm near! Dross myscir." Houston Post v. i s ,f CHUMS. : . - f ,' .. ' V '" ', f'- -r , . . i. i i 'i .nil -v r i . I li uryiii w ctitu in i November every uemocjrat.north south, east and west, must do his whole duty- Mr 3rvan has repeatedly stated tpat no cam paign contributions will be solicited or received from the Trusts or other 'uainted" sour ces. It require a large sum of mouey for the legitimate cam paign eEpenafes and the only source from which this money should coma la the people w ho are to be benefited by a govern ment of, x and by the people. Stirring yfppeals have been sent out by t'iose in charge of the democratic campaign asking campaign contributions Irora thi oeol, direct, because we detnocr.ts here in Florida will have ivl trouble tn carrying the State fjr democracy and I'ryau is no rfjasou why we should not coutr: of our means to as Rist J-jbringing other and doubt- lulrstlitrs into tlie deinncratic fold. JThete is a splendid chanci ek-ctio lof tlie democratic but it will take money to Governor John Johnson has been re-nominated democratic candidate for governor of Min- nccnta Thft nomination was against hr expressed wish, but like a Rood democratwben ins Dartv called tor him be'-fespond- ed and accepted tbe nominS.!,ion. Yon Yonson is of tbe kind Of timber lrom which presidents are made and in the course of time probably four years from Dow-we will find him at the head of the democratic hosts of the United States. A ' J V The Tall One "When I waa yow alro f was Just aweetly pretty." The Fhort One "What a pity "t grew up!" Jn tbe New York grain. , THE WILY AGENT. "How do you Buccotd In lntnrlas bo many people?" "I look the ra over, and then I loot doubtful, and offer to bet them a-dol-lar that la thlr nro-sent 6ta(e theif application for lnQiiranoe would be re jected." Houston Test. Cherry Lake Dots- As 1 haven't seen any dot from our precinct in souu-time I thought I would write a few. Cotton picking is tlie order of ti e day in this section. Farmers rep"rt very good ciops. - Protracto I ineetiiii? closml ai Cher ry Lake Tuos lay niU't whieli w:.s wdi attet.d?d, bavin j leeehtl tie meiubi i?. NOTIII.NO DOING. "I trM von I rniifit have roma moni-y!" rosrel the Kins; of Wari tana, who In sol e financial ttraita. "fconieliody will lave to con Kb np." "a:.-ik'" noised tbe Kuar.ium of th treasury, i. Ikt whs ffirnii'rly riMii Jfhter, "i our coffcra are .-' . : r "Vf u :r o 7 5"V m r plisl) it. If every d. i ?,!ad' '-on ci;i:nty v c in (loll a r t . mo mid the milt to h aven every " "ooJ. tb-i; 'i a vc- t. i L'crcc.ile r.ii ,m',1 w Kiiid hi !; cut mi K' St-nd i;i yot.r i'Oiitribu 1 f 3 on will, .-.c ml tl.i r ' 1 . A nun !i neoii 1 rain last uhh'li wns very bi-i. humeri. Ml I r, I - f ?D c'ays' trc. ,t f: J cr -r ? mo