EAST TENNESSEE SCHEDULE.
The followin' is the arrival of trains at
Jar'. son arc urdiug to ti i.e table in effect
Apiil l*t,. 1891:
No. 12 —5:55 a. in flag.
11 0 :18 p. m. stops
•• |k— -9 -58 a. ni stops.
, 11 9 :13 pm. flag.
“ I- 9 'Hi in. stops.
1 IT— 5 .50 m. stops.
■ '■ % daughter of Rev.
•’ 'i ■ ' * is visiting Iter sis*
t.-j Mi>. .1. M. . >ggans.
1 vmi ire loud times, said the fellow
■ . i .stepped down on a banana peeling,
am: sat <lov> u suddenly on the pavement.
The wife brought the bread to the
table before it was thoroughly baked
and the husband said. ‘‘You have done
things you should nor have done and left
undone things which should be done.”
"Orange Blos-om” h a painless cure
tor all diseases peculiar to women.
Nohl bv W L. Cat Iniebael.
The Emory b. ys, Messrs C. O. Beau
champ and .J. VV. M >ore, express them
selves as being perfectly satisfied with
the showing their county paper made
among other weeklies which came to
their looms while at Oxford. Thauks
Drum met Torrence used to drive a
fine span of horses, but since Evans is
getting defeated lie now drives mules.
At least, Charlie Gresham says so.
Iho country schools will soon open
up for the summer term. It is very
warm and disagreeable for children to
have to study now, but much better in
summer than not at all.
“Orange Blossom” gives immediate
relict ami permanently cures all dis
eases peculiar to ladies. Bold hr YV.
Some of our people think the Chapel
at the Institute should bo niado wider to
secure the necessary room, while others
think it should be placed on top of the
Don’t take internal remedies for
Female diseases. Common sense re*
quires a direct application like “Or
ange Blossom.” Bold by W. L. Car
I -cream when the weather is not*
11. Jackson was rich wouldn’t we
have a sprinkler o lay the dust these
hot (1 r\ .lays, llow much de spiink*
bus cost am way ?
Parents are requested to keep their
b >ys f oin jumping on and off trains at
th depoi, r there is a p ob: ililvofan
body's !> v will Pi walking around on
(>nc b g.
“The populists have about decided to
sleet their candidates this year,” says
an exchange. They decided to do that
identical thing in 's*2, but the democrats
objected, and they will doubtless be
opposed to it again this year. They
never can elect their men without the
consent of the democrats, unless they
get a maj >rity.
Col. McKibben says we were mistaken
in refei ring to him in connection with
tliatfisliing tour. He Ims never yet
went fishing with Frank McKibben and
Brother Watkins. Watkins says such
men as himself and Frank don’t have
lean men to accompany them.
V young populist told us that lie be
lieved that he was a good democrat for
the reason ho advocated personal liberty
and individual efforts, equal rights to
all. Well then you don’t believe in the
centralizing idea of government owner
ship of property, like the monarchies of
the world do. “Yes.” said he, “the
government sh mid own all the property,
only miue.” Such arguments as that
dll shake England and knock the socks
of the United States it’s simply
v '-‘k=lfte thief endeavored to break into
G house occupied by Mr. W. E. Ilarp,
oiMouday night of this week. He was
deected by Mis Ilarp, however aud
®c*.red off before he had a chance to se
llhese prowiiug bauds of negroes, who
never see i working, and subsist
Baieiiy upon what they can steal by
p>uiul• ring private lesidences. There
L a number of negro vagrants hi Jackson
would not work if the opportunity
*ra> offered, and they should be made
do time on tho streets.
■ Taeaunou icemen t of Mr. A. J. Rb-
Bts f.r tii-offi-e Of County Treasurer
■>pci.s els,-where iu this issue. Mr.
V u ’'' gentleman of integrity and
; known thonghont
B>u. s c unity, aud especially Near
BV<i:, vilie, where he has many ardent
w ipport-rra. Mr. Roberts is well quali-
to till the p isition, aud will make a
v> >• acceptable officer, it elected. lie
■b*s never asked for office befors, aud
■ his strict attention to business, a* well
las his geutlemauly qualities, conimeud
I him to the people for their suffrage.
I He has been asked by a strong follow*
[ ing to make the race, so be uow places
Sffisclf before the democratic voters for
Joe \\ right is a whole commencement
Mr. J. W. Ilencely has bought himself
a home in Jackson of Dr. Mays.
Mr. (. S. Hanes has purchased the
Barkley place; on Third street and wiil
move to it about first of September.
Qnii@ a crowd attended tlie commence
ment exercises this week from neigh
Can t the chapel ball at the institute
ci.buged oii.J Letter ventilated?
“Ejfct.-rn >!*oes” at Star Store.
,n v r isn’t hot enough for
' ■>u, l • the bf -t we can do, and you’ll
■ u\v to put up with it 1
I rrosst., a very good opportunity to
1 ' * u 1 • i\ • ’n i lay night.
Lades last black Hose at 7c—
regular 15g Hose—at Cohen’s.
file school children will now take a
much appreciate a vacation of a few
ihe Jackson Street railway still re
mains where we left it last week. It is
down at the Spring, watering its stock.
Read the agricultural reports on the
first page in this issue. They are very
interesting reading and you may learn
Last week Thompson Bros, received
a carload of corn from Topeka, Kansas—
about 1200 miles. This is a long ways to
haul coil* to teed Butts county farmers.
Mr. David Clodfelter and wife, of Rock
dale, are the guests of Mr. J. A. Plunkett
th s week.
Miss El. ise Pound will leave on Friday
for an extended visit to Machen, Eaton
ton, and other places.
Mr. Bernard Wright returned to Mary
land luesday af er spending a year in
Jackson. Bernard will he greatly miss
ed by the young people of Jackson.
We have a few pieces Calicoes
left—will sell sell at 5 cents per
yard. Come and get them be
fore they are all gone, at
Mose Compton and his wife, Eliza,
colored, who live on Mr. Taylor Butt
rill’s place, in this county, are at the
head of a family of children and grand
children that numbers seventy. Who
says the negro is decreasing?
Mrs. Edwards has Ice Cream
on hand every day from 2 until
S o’clock p. m., except Sunday.
Cal] at Edwards’ beef market and
be shown into the parlor.
Mr. J. It. Sams passed on a wheel,
which frightened Brother Watkin’s
lioikc. I’he lorse cut a powerful dido,
and kick <1 up :> , • rful dust. It caus
h ti jiist'iuuil-Vi it nVIi!;lVu"Vt/lilVe
body thought ii: was General Evans com
1 will be in Jackson Saturday,
16th, and Tuesda , 19th, and
Wednesday, 20th, inst. After
which the hooks are closed. Re
member the 20th is the last day
and if)ou don’t come don’t blame
me. C. R. Carter.
Mr. Meade Hendrick was unanimously
elected president of the Jackson Oil
Mill Company for the ensuing yeaix
Bob Lvons is do ! ng his own cooking,
and is proving a most successful house
keeper now, as his mother is off visiting
relatives and he is left at home all by
himself. The bean business stumped
Bob at first, but he has finally caught on
to it. His first effort wasn’t exactly a
success, as he had forgotten whether it
is customary to fry or boil string beans,
so he concluded it was best to fry them.
He is not particularly stuck on fried
beans, however, so he has since been
running them througti the boiling
process. Bob is like a fishing cork, you
can’t down him aud keep him there!
A horse can’t run a wav with
one of those safety bits at
A. G Hitchins.
The Chattanooga Medicine Company
have won a trade-mark Irwriu* -j— v.
A. Circuit Court at Atlanta. An attempts
and “M. A. 7bedford
& Cos., on their liver medicine or Black-
Draught. Judge Newman dismissed the
-nit and taxed the plaintiffs with the cost*.
Tiled ford’s Black Draught nas been in
cons ant use for more than fifty years and
is one of the s arnlard medicines of the
country. 7housands of dollars have been
spent ia advertising it, aud it is known
even where. 7’ue Ckattenooga J 7, dicine
Cos., have an immense laboratory in Chat
ten x'gn, ju>t at the foot of Lookout Moun
tatii. 'I hey have a branch house in St.
houis This company also makes MC
KLREE’S iriNCCF CaRUUI and have
a reputation tor Integrity and fatr dealiug.
second to no. e.
There is no possible
chance for adveitisements
to get in this paper unless
they are brought in by
Tuesday, and that is all
there about it. This does
not apply to local reading
Miss Fannie Lou Jones, of Hampton,
is visiting Mrs. Rosa Thaxton.
Walter Carmichael, of McDouough, is
stopping with friends.
Miss Carrie Mabone, of Lavaca, Tex.,
is stopping with Mrs. F. Z. Curry.
Miss Daisy Smith, of Indian Spring, is
visiting her brother, C. C. Smith.
Miss Maude Robison, of Atlanta, is
stopping with Miss Leila Bell.
Miss Blasiugame, of Zebulon,
Is the guest of Mrs. Fretwell
Miss Della Wynn, of High Falls, is
stopping with Mis. W. B. Lewis.
Miss Mamie Chastine. of Morgan? hi. is
visiting Mrs. H. F. Edwards.
Miss EvaCalwell. of 1 v.aiiga. i the
guest of Mrs. Fretwell.
Mr. Bernard Waguar is visiting his
parents, Mr. aud Mis. J. L. Wagner.
Mrs. Woods, Misses Minnie and Bettie
Woods, of Locust Grove, and Mias Lilly
Moore, of .lenkiusburg, are the guet6
of Mrs. G. W. Kinsman.
Misses Alma and Elmo Peek, of Locust
Grove, are stoppiu.* with Mr*. Dr. W. C.
Misses Claude and Ada Heard, of Flo
villa, are visiting Mr. E. G. Gilmore.
Mrs. C. W. Buchanan, of Atlanta, at
tended commencement, guest of friends.
J H Kelly, of Monticello, was the
guest of Prof. Kelly.
Messrs. Pope and Ezell, aud Miss Berta
Talmage, of Monticello, are visiting Mr.
Mr. Walter Thornton, of Smithbor
ougb, is visiting Mis. Thornton.
There are many others whose names
we could not get. Besides the com
mencement was very largely attended by
the people of Butts County.
Those attending commencement so far
as we have been able to secure names
are as follows, stopping with the persons
Misses Maggie Foster, of Towaliga,
Clara Woodward, of JeiiMusburg, and
Auna Thomassou are stopping w,t i Mrs.
Mary Ann McKibben.
Mr.E. W. Fort, of Bainbridge, who
has been attending school at Mercer
University, visited Claud Gray several
Orange Blossom,” the common sense
Female Ilenndy, draws out pain and
soreness. Ooid by W. L. Carmichael.
Miss Joe Willingham, of this county,
is spending the week visiting the
family of Mr. “Coon” McMichael, on
Indian Spring street.
Judge Hines is having smooth sailing
right at present, but later on the Hon.
YV. Y. Atkinson will smash bis sails,
topple the craft aud shipwreck the judge
ou a bleak and lonely beach.
Roys’ KNEE PANTS, age 4
to 14, at 35c worth 65c, abetter
pants at 48c well worth SI.OO at
If any of our citizens shou and chance to
of Chatlm Walker, who was sentenced
to serve out a term in the cliuiugang, re
cently, but who made Ids escape and is
supposed to be in hiding neat Jackson,
they will be $25 in pocket if they catch
him and bring him to Jackson.
“Eastern Shoes” for sale at the
Star Store. Such as Bay State
at SI.OO per pair.
A jolly crowd of youg gentlemen and
young ladies will go down on the river
at Lamar’s Mill, on Monday and spend a
Col. O. H. B. Blood worth made a
most interesting literary address at the
college on Tuesday morning. Mr. Blood
worth is a fluent speaker, and his excel
lent address was highly complimented
by the large audience that heard it.
Mr. D. J. proctor, one of Fosytlir’s
most prosperous merchants, and his
charming and lovable daughter, spent
last week visiting at Indian Spring, the
guest of the Varner House. Mr. Proctor
is a genial and affable gentleman, and it
is an exceedingly easy matter for him to
make a lasting friend of eaoh new ac
quaintance. He left for home Sunday
Bay Slate Brogans are “East
ern Shoes.” We sell them at $1
a paif. St ar Storu.
We call attention to the announcment
of Beauchamp and Crawford int.hi c 100 uo
vnuumsies fo r sheriff and deputy.
These gentlemen are knpwn by nearly
every man, woman, and child' in cur
county, aud have such a hold outlie
hearts of the people that it is next to im
possible to deny either of them what
they ask for. Perhaps there is no man i
m the county as popular with the masses
as Mr. Beauchamp is to-day unless
it is Mr. Crawford. Men who have
already proved their competencv, and
demonstrated the fact that the interest
of the public is safe iu their hands, will
iu ah probability be retained in their
The v(*te for governor is get
ting interesting. Hanes, “the
Jeweler,” has a map showing the
' ami situation of counties,
which you are invited to exam
ine. He will also fix vour watch
so it will stay fixed, it it is out of
“whack,” very reasonable. His
prices on Watches, Jewelry, Sta
tionery, etc., is very, very, low.
He will take silver dollars at par
in exchange for goods, or if you
have no silver, he will take gold
rather than miss a trade. Ke
raember the place—Black Front.
RQUfiT CIISHfIICEKIEKT EXERCISES
OF THE PUPILS OF JACKSON INSTITUTE—
A CP.KDTTABLK SHOWING.
The Meth .list church wa- filled to
ov. i flowing to listen *to -he commence
ment sermon by UeV.J. YV. Roberts, of
Atlanta, who.-e words of wisdom will
ever la a source of godjp in developing
the mil.his v . l!:c j >: le. The sermon
wa . i (La., e ,it i t and highly ap
* *•' ‘-'.l by ou people.
’• ; • ‘"•■mnv no meat exercises ofJak
son i : a dat 9:30 o’clock on
b ob.. i: i_* st. The Jackson In
h... . ■ ci.s’.viLd to its utmost
'pacify a : early hour, with the
fj. mi i and i jus of this nourishing
i he Freshman class appeared upon the
stage ia all of the beauty and charm of
youth, and claimed the rapt attention of
the large audieu e throughout the entire
Each speaker recited with ease and
unusual grace, and evinced-a true con
ception of the piece which was rendered.
There was a fine blending of the humor
ous and the pathetic in the selection,
and the audience was alternately swayed
“from grave to gay—from lively to rev
ery.” Anon, a tender cord vras touched
in a heart responsive to a noble deed, or
as sweet memories stirred the soul; and
anon, the risibles were visibly affected
by the humor which prevailed.
The exercises were intensely interest
ing, and the entire class deserve the
Monday evening at 8 o’clock the Pri
mary and Intermediate departments en
tertained the vast audience with song,
drill and pantomime. The little folks
never appeared sweeter than when dress
ed in uniform. They marched respon
sive to the music in the performance of
an intricate drill. They all seemed to
enter into the spirit of the occasion, and
eveiy one from the tiniest tot, perform
ed his or her part with ease and accu
racy. The programme was highly intei
esting and the exercises of the highest
order. '1 he children evinced a degree of
training which is alike creditable to
teacher and pupil. This evening’s en
tertainment is worthy of special mention
because of the variety of the exercise,
and because of the interest which cen
tres about children’s night.
The exercises of Tuesday and Wednes
day were equally as fittingly rendered as
those of Monday, and it was a character
istic feature of each participant that he
or she acted their part to the fullest ex
pectations of a highly delighted audi
THE ANNUAL CONCERT.
The exercises of the pupils of Miss
Mamie Ellis’ Music class, of Jackson
Institute, which were giyen last night,
ended one of the most memorable terms
this famous institution of learning has
enjoyed for many years. The pupils
shov.ud a th > o-ugli exctln v:e in the
assign, and tin m aid acquitted
ik.WK/s 1 ii Ybtk q.s4ib. LiU . Ji/Yuch
b •mieP.liis. lit program was a combi
-1 >n of inst l mental music, vocal
solos, duets and tableaux, and as each
pi.ee was so. excellently rendered it
would l e unjust to discriminate without
mentioning ijiem all. Those who at
tended the concert are profuse in their
admiration of the excellent showing
made by the pupils, and we, are confi
dent, the ustitute can obtain no bett r
instiuctor to preside over tbedestirics
of this department than the experienced
and skiliul teacher who now has it in
charge, Miss Mamie Ellis. Thus closes
one of the most successful terms of one
among the best colleges in Georgia.
Alter the Senior clais had finished
their work, the president, J. C. Blasin
game, arose and made an appeal to the
people to eulaige tlieir louse snd make
it to correspond with tbi necessities of
a growing school. He reviewed the
school’s history from the time he had
taken charge, and acknovledge that he
was satisfied with the results, though
it had required many a leartache and
hard days work to accomplish the result.
He paid compliments to Ids able assist
ants, Prof. Kelly, Missis Eva Sasnett,
Rosa Thornton, Mary Goodall, and
Mamie Ellis, who have s> ab’y discharg
ed their several lines of vork to the sat
isfaction of the people. The talk waa
well received and highly appreciated by
the large audience.
The Literary address ly Hon. O. H. B.
Blood worth was replett with words of
wisdom. After eulogizhg his subject
which was woman and giving line after
line of cheer and approlition, he closed
by calling ou the young men, and in a
very forcible manner ave them this
In short, buiid for ymrselves a loco
motive. Let the iron c its construction
be the solid basis of leaning acquired
heie. Let its tender Infilled with the
"coals of knowledge tafeu from the ex
: liaustless mines of conrtiifraied love and
witn waters of wisdom dawn the
I eve; ti ming fountain of personal experi
ence. Let its trucks lie persevera ee
its drivers energy, irs h adti.ht caution,
ai.d its jhl.it and sertti n. Let its fireman
be prayer, irs engit-eer tick, its coedac
tor truth ad and. it.-sars be til ,and with
he’; r. Let the ihrotile i dererrntua
":i 0 i ui; ’’ Wide gun, and a journey
k'-pyo 1 • ■■-c -i ;,i way. Soon you
"i-i . i 'u:: *f suc< • ss, and
e ,‘ atnbi
-f'- 1" f triieojd.—when,
wun tue c nsunit. atioa of your fondest
hopes, and amid the applause of an ad
minug world, you will be triumphantly
teceived into the welcoming gates of
Fame's proud temple.
Yes, we sell “Eastern Shoes.”
Bay State Shoes are “Eastern
Shoes,” We sell the Bay State
Brogans and Bell’s at one dollar
a pair. Star Store,
BARGAINS AT IRE NEW YORK STORE,
Prices G-reatly Reduced
In our DRY GOODS and MILLINERY rooms.
Our Spring and Summer Goods Must Go!
'HOW 10 MO CHANGE TO EOT TEEM ALMOST
AT * YOUR * OWN * PRICE,
We make no prices, M all we ask
Is ft yon to call anil examine the many nice lugs
Have to Almost Give Away.*-
Tralj Fin Pet Cut
~F!i i-,~h err* ZETox* HVCen ox* Boys I
COME AND SEE WHAT WE HA7D TO OFFEE TOE IE THIS LI!
Yours Very Truly,
THE CARMICHAEL COMPANY,
Proprietors New York Store.
A young man wrote a note to a young
lad von Tune 9, and asked if he could take
to say that he didn’t get an answer.
BARGAINS in Shoes and
Slip; ers at Cohen’s.
Bibb county acts today in the guber
natorial race, and it is hard to tell ex
actly how it will go.
To all those who got left on trying to
make engagements to carry young ladies
out to the concert last night we extend
The BEST Ladies’ Shoes in
town for SI.OO at Cohen’s.
We learn that there is to be a wedding
in Jackson on June 18th. Do you know
who it is?
The chapel of the Institute needs
more ventilation, and cosiderable en
largement, if the crowd that attended
the exercises this week is anything to
Go to Cohen’s if you want a
bargain. IJis motto is to UN
DERSELL and not to be under
Judge Charlie Bartlett a candidate for
congress from this district was in the
city on Wednesday.
The Hon. A. O. Bacon, of Bibb, is the
best available material yet announced
for the United States senate. Mr Bacon
will make a good and acceptable senator
and the state cannot de better than elect
him to this high and responsible posi
Major A. O. Bacon is the choice of the
people for United States senator, and
hi s services in this position would prove
a source of good to our grand old state.
20 pieces GOOD Calicoes at 3c
per yard at Cohen’s.
The Board of Directors of the Jackson
Institute met this morning and unan
imously elected the entire faculty for
President, J. C. Blasingame,
Vice President, W. T. Kelly,
Miss Eva Sasnett, Miss Rosa Thornton,
Miss Mary Goodall. The people highly
approve the actiou of the board in this
matter, for every teacher has won the
hive and confidence of the parents and
children and another year of progress for
the school is secured by the action of
Trade at The
The members of the Democratic Exec
utive Committee of the Sixth Congress
ional District, are requested to meet at
Griffin in the office of Judge Jas. S.
B ynton, at eleven o’clock, a. m. on July
3, 1894, to select a time and place for the
holding of the Congressional Convention
for said district. Frank Flynt,
Ch’m Dem. Ex. Com.
June 12, 1894. Sixth Con. District.
SAME OLD STORY?
There was a romantic marriage in
on WeduesOity evening m „nivu
ttiv, i<a n,~±, “lore laughs at
locksmiths” was never more fully dem
onstrated. For quite a while Mr. Will
Wilson, who lives near Worthyille, in
this county, lias been paying devoted at
tention to the beautiful and highly cub
i tured, Mis-* Lena Barnes, who has been
I attending Jackson lustitute, during the
term just ended, and this feeling of love
had ripened into thoughts of more dem
onstrative character, when Mr. Wilson
called on his affianced yesterday. The
parents of the bride very strenuously
opposed the uniou, but their opposition
was not sufficient to overcome the mat
rimonial aspirations of Mr. Wilson, who
had a friend of his secure the license,
and after quietly arranging the prelim
inaries attendant upon buch occasion, a
long and interesting courtship was
brought suddeuly to a close at the resi
dence of “Squire” Howard Flam, who is
always willing to lend his valuable servi
ces to a worthy cause. So he according
ly ranged the loving couple in “matri
monial attitude” and proceeded to make
the thing more of a matter of business,
by uniting in marriage two loving souls,
who had etrayed from home for the
identical purpose of participating in the
drama in which the trio were then en
gaged. Mr. Wilson is about 21 years of
age, while his bride can ouly remember
the fading of 16 summers.
If their future life is half so successful
as their marriage was romantic, we pre
dict for them all the joys now attendant
upon those who have likewise been de
Goods at cut
prices at The
The 28th convention of the Georgia
Teachers’ Association will be held on
Cumberland Island in the New Teach
er’s House, the first week in July.
Tickets good from June 30th to July 10.
The convention opens July 3. Hotel
rate $1.50 per day. R. R. fare a little
more t an one fare forround trip. All
teachers, school officers and friends of
education are invited to attend. Surf
bathing, b. ating and fishing. Notify
the secretary of your intention to attend
so that rooms may be prepared for you.
Send for bulletin, programs, etc., to J.
S. Stewart, Jr., Secretary, Marietta, Ga.
“Orange Blossom’’ removes all ob
sti uoiiong and creates a natural
healthy flow of all secretions. Sold
by W. L. Carmichael.
FOUND—The tune to “There is a
Fountain filled with Blood.” This tun®
is supposed to have been lost by two of
Jackson’s elite on tbe 6th inst. It will
be returned to the looser by applying to
any of the residents between High Falls
Esktiia ia Ming.
| Good small farm lor sale near
Stark in Butts county.
Good five room dwelling in the
beautiful town of Flovilla—lot
containing one and one-half
acres, out houses, fencing and
water perfect—we will trade this
property lor property in Jackson
or Jackson Banking Cos stock.
We will also sell good farming
land ; n close reach of the proper
ty if desired.
Fivefroom dwelling, well fur
nished inside and out, pleasantly
situated, good well of water,
plenty of out buildings, garden,
yard and lot all under good fence.
Four hundred yards from court
house. For sale for less than
you could build the house. Call
and see us if you want a good
home in the best town in the
state. The lot of land upon
which the above property is sit
uated has 95 feet front running
back 210 feet.
Apply to Harmon & McDonald.
There was a deg in Peppertown Satur
day, said to be rabid, which bit a little
negro girl, three dogs and two cats. The
good people of the town killed the mis
chievous cur, the dogs and the cats that
were bitten. But we ar® expecting a call
meeting to elect anew mayor. Mr. Pitts
Newton’s administration will never be
indorsed if he allows dogs to go mad
right in the heart of town.
We cab attention to the annoucement
of J. 11. Land and I. H. Maddox, for the
offices of sheriff and deputy sheriff of
this county. Mr. Land is well known
to our people and the man with more
close personal friends than Mr. Land is
hard to find. He has the love and re
spect of h,s closest neighbors and they
say the more you konw of him the better
youlikohim, in short, he isamanintho
fullest sense of that term. Mr. Maddox
is also well known to our people. His
Christian character and well known de
votion to the church is highly commend
able, and the people will be slow to de
cline to give him their votes. Mr. Mad
dox is loved and respected by the people
of this county, aud in Worthville, where
he lives, no man can get a better support
than he will. Land and Maddox are a
a team, and tbe people a predate such
men, aud will show it by their votes
when the time arriyes for that oppor