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Title: The weekly true Democrat
Uniform Title: Weekly true Democrat (Tallahassee, Fla. 1905)
Physical Description: 7 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: John G. Collins
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: March 10, 1905
Publication Date: 1905-1912
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 3, 1905)-v. 7, no. 52 (Feb. 16, 1912).
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SFLORIDA, MARCH 10, 1906.


NO. 2.


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The result of the Swayne impeach-
r ment trial has been qltoe general com-
mented upon in the Democratic prs,
North and South, but the Republican
newspaper appear to have msintind
a discreet if not significant silence on
the subject.
The New York World editorially re-
marks as follows: "Judge wayne was
f: impeached for 'high crimes d misde-
I menor,' but the Senate seems to have
S voted on the question of his politics.
It is extraordinary that the evidence
should have convinced all the Demo-
crats that Swayne wasgulty and nearly
all the Republicans that he was not
guilty. Judging from the vcte, some
thirty-odd Sinators wished to convict
Swayne of being a Repubican andabout
'* fifty Senators wished to acquit him of
being a Democrat. To tate that this
leavage long party lines was unfortu-
0 nate is to statethe cas mildly."
f The World also sums upthe result in
the following schedule of vital preced-
ents which it claims have been estab-
lished by the Senate's verdict:
1. That a federal judge is licensed to
accept a private car from a railroad
placed in his charge by the appointment
of a receiver and ride everywhere with-
out coat to himself.
2. That such official may charge the
government $10 a day for expenses, re-
gardleasof what hfi actual expenses
Ynay have been.
8. That his place of residence is a mat-
r r of his own choice, despite the statute
erectingg that a federal judge must live
In his district.
4. That a federal judge may punish
his political opponents, if he can confine
operations to proceedings in con-
The Atla'ta Constitution says: "T he
Swayne crse has been decided, but it
wil be some time before the odor has
subsided."
The Lusville Evening Poet says:
"The verdict in the Swayne impeach-
ment case is not guilty with a strong
hi it that he musn'tdo it again."
The Savannah News mildly comments
as follows: "It may be that because so
many judges do what Judge Swayne
was charged with doing in the matter
of expense that the Senate refused to
hold him guilty. And it may be that
because so many high officials go on
junketing trips at the expense of the
railroads that it decided the accused
wasn't so very culpable for using the
S private car of a corporation that was in
the hands of a receiver and was in a
S position to request favors from him.
S f course it would be hardly ust to say
that Judge Swayne's usefulness as the
judge of the district court of the north-
ern district of Florklda is at an end, but
it is certain that the majority of the
people of that district haven't a kindly
feeling for him, and would be glad if
the government would give him a job
elsewhere. He may resign but there
isn't much probability that he wilL
That there was a political feeling min
the decision there isn't any doubt. A
glance at the way the Senators of the
two parties voted shows that.
The Brunswick Journal "quite agree
with the Atlanta Journal that the ac-
| uittal of Judge Swayne by the lepub-
ica is of the Unit Stted s Senate, isI
S e putting of a distinct sea of ap-
oval on official graft. We also think
grants full letters of marque and re-
S sal to an already autocratic federal
Sudicary, bloated with the arrogance of
fe-tenure, and feeling the safety of
judicial immunity from any possible de-
ense of rebuke by the people "
The Buffalo, N. Y. Enquirer editor-
lly remarks as follows: "That the
lot of the arpet-bagger not always
pleasant is shown inhe experience of
S ge 8wayne of Florida, whoee im-
Spechment trial was ended yesterday
by decision in the Judge s favor.
from the North and carrying with
him he rabid artisanship whi ch ar
aeteris the as conservative of the
Republican omce-holders, Judge Swayne
should not have been surprised that his
airs and his methods did not sceord with
the sentiment of the southerners. It is
pr sd that he was too arbitrary too
!eMadent to please the southern dea
ofw t should constitute a Just Judge.
Very naturally, the vote in the senate
te y was along strict partliam,.
and the t is not at at surpr.ing.
The atrgest lesson to be drawn from
th Swayed e is the unwlsdom of




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Mmrre Record: The True Demo-
crat is te me of a m~ape to be
aseat TIllbsem by oasn G. Cot&
mba&wia few days Mr. Celoas lA
et bewsineser mns i the
e d is of the o.1, bre JdenisY
JpLmv me Metbunpls: The Tre
Swith eaO o asa ed-
er, n The Mletropole offe yea


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The Capital CIty, d 6ly
tae bonorf their *geae
the visiting Pythins a w
characteristic sad la
reputation for Qdlal
buildings on Moar street
and decoratlome in th
the order, and the catimse
themselves tto am that
knights and the lades of
Sisters, also coavened In
shall have no eam of
The Grand Lodge


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Sexe grtiven
k thbqite
with its
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Thft BM~llB ttf ^TW--r MshouM giv
Iueh IMapr the gratwt woomrL
at, aeaptaapera.
ISchool Kmmrt: Our od Mfd,
John Celb to mtO MWarmml th
oublaos et a aew weekly, The Tnm
De arat, at Ia. Wt aro
Fi to ko Brter John sto
mount d Tth u to
Capital ne art o'eE a papr as be
an and will it.
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se- smit y lo urred for travel ad at
taeaes, ot to exceed Miu ow ,
AM-- the Florda nse p tha
have apeeed their view are tv w6
bow M:W
Perry :J
been of the W aM e
agat h This was ee d
t.lr, mstsase aend Mr. BillryLai
doubtles f that lot of ar ha
bea W.
Jasper News: JudgeQ Chariebw, ayn
has been acquitted by the UnltWd BMa
Senate of the impea I1ment e nure
broht agau t him. Now i he'll e i
out Fld and stay out, we'll tr
and forge him.
Monticello News: It is highly signify
icant that, on the count chargingr im
rper ue of free railrd transport.
tic, the vote was overwhelmng-49 to
18. The Senate is Jlo of its privi.
leges. How could Sentor, oecupyn
seats bought for them by the ralroad
and other a WPoratilou, and with pock.
eta stuffed with frank nd paise, do
otherwi than indore the polite graft
ing of Swayne? In this, let us give the
Senate de credit for consistency.
Brookvlek Southern Argua: Judge
Charles Swyne, just tried In Impeach-
meonaftpueein was acquitted on
Monday lat of all charge against him
by a ty vote. They w proven
and in the largest num admitted to
be true by the defendan were not
considmw crime by the Republican
Senate. The Reubilan ptbein in
its own opinion hlr than the law, its
members cannot violate it, it ems.
They o set it aside or ignore it.
Prtisaahip is just the thing not to
have in a country.
Jacksonville Sun: Fresh from the
vindication granted him by a partisan
Senate, he will come back to the people
who repudiated him, unpurged of the
charge that were made alnst him,
which thirty-three Ioo d true men in
the United States sateo said by their
votes were proven, He will perform
his official duties with the knowledge
that he holds his often against the
wishes of the people among whom his
duties cal him, and that but few re-
spect him. He had better resign and
pa the rest of his days in obscurity
so that people will forget him and his
vindication.
Palatka TtA -Herald: And Judge
Swa neAess
i a Republican, th eto is Repubi-
can by a safe majority, so the verdict
ocaion no surprise.
DeLand News: When one considers
to what depths poltis have sunken in
this country and how the country and
the ordinary citizen is exploited for the
benefit of railroad, steamboat and other
corporations, he must marvel at what
the country will stand. It is able to
withstand this enormous exploitation
only because of its natural resources,
which are gradually being depleted,
No one who knows anything about pres-
ent conditions is at all surprised at the
acquittal of 8wayne by the Senate.
It i only a continuation of the "sys-
tem's" exploitation. The system is
taking care of its children.
A political verdict, in every sense,
was the decision of the United States
Senate in the case of Judge Charles
Swayne. The fact that the judge is a
Republican and that he was appointed
by a Republican President outweighed
with the Repnblican majority of the
Senate every consideration of guilt or
innocence, as developed by the testi-
mony.
Gaineville Star: Standard Oil Rock-
efeller's United States Senate, in vin-
dicatin Judge S8wayne of the charges
made by the House, made such a miser-
able failure in their work of whitewash-
ing by leaving the black spots on his
judicial ermine u brazen and conspicu-
ous a ever, that the veriest dauber will
fall to pronounce that body expert
painters.
Ocala Banner: If this had been seme
poor devil instead of a man wearing the
udical ermine of the country there
would be little question about his con-
viction. It seems impossible for mem-
bers of a political party, notwithstand-
ing the oath they take to rise above
their partv amillaio. Andrew John-
on, who had offended his party though
he had ee iguty of no oreu known
to outlaws, aely escaped conviction
for "high crimes and mdem nors."
The commission that sat in the cele-
brated Tlden-Hayes case composed of
members of the wureme court and
members of the Senate and House of
Representatives, supposed to be the
most exalted men in the nation, east
their vote strictly on party ins. No
member of the commission was able to
vote contrary to the dictates of his
arty. So it Is with the ease of Swayne.
Ionor, jotiee and inter, all are set
uide. atan pelti tiumpd


Sance at the opening of the lson were:
SJudge Geo. 8. tlluvU Pensaoola
SGrad C-U'llor; M. W. ewart, Pa.
latka, Grand Vice ChaasU o; Henry
* Horsler, Pen ola, Grand Prelate; W.
H. Latumer, Tavars Grnmd Keeper o0
Records and ; Seal Wet, Jack.
sonville, Grand latar Exequer
L. C. Lynch, Gameevuis rnd Mastr
kat Arm; J. W Pt W Paola
Grand Inner Guar1d C. ,Htchad, t.
I ugusti Grsad U ird; re.
SW.mW. Do Hutar Twa Mlea W.
H. Elis, Quincy, Supren Hepreenta-
Stive; L. G. ap' JalGe~kul,
eral Organiser -ndomeastsnrk.
The arrangements for the reception
and entertainment of tha distinguished
visitors were in the hands of t tohlow.
ing committee: F. T. Myes, M.3.. Me-
Lin, W. A. Iawis, John W. Henderson,
L. A. Perkins, t. A. KoMe, lay Craw-
tord, P. W. Wilson, W. V. Lnott, K.
Hudson Barr, A. A. Murphree, W. h.
Lewis, C. H. Dickinson, Ueo. i. Davis,
W. D. W kbo, 1. B. Human, A. H. Gids-
berg, Walter Wight, J. A. dmondson,
Julius Bal, H. N. tweetiag, J. Hill,
A. 8. Wells, W. W. Hughe* J. C. Cut-
houn, A. Croom, G. a. McUriff, Ar-
thur Williams.
According to program, the officers
and randepresentativesa asmbled at
the Leon Howlt, and, orming in march-
ing order, escorted by the committee
and commanded by Grand marshal
Sweetag, with Grand Chanellor hal-
mark ana others in a carriage, proceed
ed to the tate Q w as thae
Is wepte =1d i Mubel ow tao
eastern stairway, they were welcomed
in a brief but eloquent address by Hon.
.ohn W. Henderson, to which Grand
Chancellor Hallmark responded, also
very briefly, in his happiest vein. 'The
deleates ten countermarched to the
Castle Hall, on McCarty stret, where
the first session of the Grand Lodge was
opened at 12 o'clock. Thesessions were,
or course, secret, but on Wednesday
evening an open aseion was held in the
opera nouse, attended by a large audi-
ence, at wnich address were made as
follows: On benevolence, by Past Chan-
cellor J. t;. Wolfe; on rhiendanip, by
Kev. W. &. H. Mabry. and on Charity,
by Hon. Fre T1. Myers, all of which
were most excellent, nagnly appreciated
and generously appimaued by the audi-
ence. Excellent music was rendered by
the Tallaassee Orchestra.
On Thursday the election of officers
took place, with the following result:
Supreme epresenttauve, hon. W. H.
Elli; Grand Csancellor, M. W. Stew-
art, Jacksonvuie; Grmna Vice Chancel-
lor, Henry Horsier, ensacola; Grand
Prelate, Geo. M. Lynch, Gameevale;
Grand Keper of RecorI and Seal, W.
H. Latimer, Tavares; Grand Master ot
Exchequer, Wm. C. West, Jacksonville;
Grand Master at Arms, J. mnmet
Wolle, Pensacol; Grand Inner Guard,
J. H. Prtchard, St. Augustine; Grand
Outer Guard, hon. H. slay Craword,
rallshassee.
The choice of the place for the next
annual session was aso made on Thurs-
day, Palata being the places elected.
XA?30N3 I=TOM
The Grand Lode RatCbone Siters,
which covenes at the sama tim and
place as the I of P., was also well at-
tended, the meetings beo. te In the
Odd Fellows'hall. The tolowg o.
cers wre preset at the opening se-
sion: Mrs. Hatte Nevillk Peaeola,
supreme preventative; Mis Vrnla
Lee Hatte, Tuamp, graml chief
J. C. Wi Pinm gra d juor;
Mrs. Ge. P. Wa 6 gra_ d see-
retary; ra B Tmpa grand
m r; 0. H er Ap.
1a ro G. lM.of R.. C. Vasti
Nedley. P eaoo M. F.; Mro.
Rik ars Wew eka C. P.
Ama the proaninet Gand Rrepre-
sutativ present wes Mrs. RH.
Hillard, Penae MRa. Kate Coth-
ran. I West; Mrs. Moors, Mrs.
Cah Mi Morton, Jacksoelle; Mr
Wmlli Mrs. Turmer, Mrs. OG and
Mrs. Gogowski, Tampa; Mrs. tewart,
Palat, sad Mrs.O'Neal, Orlando.
Thea letS of oAwers resulted as
foeows: Ms. Hattie NevleS, Pensa-
eols, supreme repremtatlve Mrs.
Oa. P. ri wP.a J m
ssena Mrs. Bess
ot. Ma e.; RMh.ar, ,
Peme. of t., sWasd;e
raMp, eawater, g. p.; Mrs. CoM
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DOU40 AT THIL
STATI CAPITOL


Items of Iantorem fmr the Varie
Stab epee .

*sicimvs VRPA3TMh6T.
Governor Browad has appoted the
folow Ig debate to the Tuberculosis
Tconvestl, whlch meets oin Atlanta
Ap17: H. L PalmSr Tallhssee;
Dr: Aadrade, Dr. F. P. Hoover, Dr.
N. Uell, Dr. P. J. Stdawerk Dr.
J. Y. Porter, State Health Ofeer Dr)
W. ffWar, Jackmr le; Dr. Lou
DeM. Blockr, Dr. Warm Aadter-

J. IDrH DrB.L; W. We dioi r.

AG i r.H. W Cl Tampa
Dr.J.N garty. H. Dr. N. D.
nH ,e; Dr ;. Dr tJ. lJac.
Hg Hele, Dr*. L. Wr ram, hal
Dr. J. N. A. rrow, L O Dr
IKy Wat;.V. .Da W e, Jf


A L Blalok, rMadi Dr. J. D.
lBenntt, Dr. II. M Taylor, Cry.-
tal Ry er; Dr. J 0. W. Laarm, Qulacy
Dr. Hiram Byrd, oK ame Je. LDr W.
bir Dr A. Ma8ma. Dr.
hN. k. Ph a rm. Jtul m, l.
lo, mawre J .
Myo; A D. JAI d arm I .
Hon. J. C lrd t. Fotar has been
reappolntded Ade4tant- eral of the
tate for the four ears.
George B. lel, ake Cy has bee
appointed treasurr of Comi. rount
for th unepret d fm of J. M. D.nr,

aNoari, $ or the State at ler:
ai- ;Aneue Stty. CJa. coille: C.^
Mackey, 8st.A aete. A. SeiC
HButer; .. 0. U row 8.ke CMtyT.,
rBnr. Wa GaL. Thrasher, Ybor
Ci. ; D. I. orato BGaew: C. C.
Oom, ProvIdeme M.Jmunkim,
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panyd $0,000, to an d sel re l.,
eleetA ety and rM. rers: . Star-
vie urMidentam; W. W. MitDelwl, ee.D
WWARMTU r OF aATIL
The following letters patent have been
la-ad during the week:


iamien Reaulty, LCon and Guarnt.
Com. ntar. 00re toS buy and sel
vtae Incorporators: W.W. Prout
W. D. Sturtvant, C. M. Terremll, D.
Prie
HFnryi Oriden Clothia l Company,
TampV5(7000, to do a general mor-
cantie usness, etc Omeers: W. B.
Henderson, prlsdent; I. & 0Gidden,
vime president; L arta; H
C. Giddens, treasurer and manager.
Florida Orange and Commercial Com-
pny, Jacksonville 10,000, to boy sell,
la etc., real estate, farm products,
etc. Incorporators: D. T. Gerow F. 0
Yerkes.C. B. Potter, R. E. Smltls B.
Apopka Water, Light and Ice Conm-
py., t000, to manutature, etc.
eectrity and lce. moffiers: A. C. Star-
bird prsldent H. H. Wltherngton,
vice preldent; J. D. Mitchell, secretary
and treasurer C R. Converse and A.
M. Starbird, dretor.


SUPREME courT ROCwODINGS.
John D. Robert plaintiffs error,
vs. J. Albert Hinon, Jr. defendant in
error-Marion county. JuSdment af-
firmed (Division A) per curim without
opinion. William Hocker for plaintiff
in error; no appearance for defendant
in error.
E. Ro plaintiff in error, vs. J.
H. Stearns. defendant n error-Put-
nam conuty. Judgmnt alfrmd (Divi-
sion A) without wrtten opinion. E.
Rope i tn per; no appearance for
dZefe6nd-t o error.
E. E. Rops, plaintiff n error vs. J
F. Allen, i e ent n error- utnam
county. Judgment armed (Division
A) without written opinion. E. E
Rope i po per: no appearance fored-
fendant in error.
E. E. Ropes, plaintiff I ror, vs. C.
W. ansing et a t, defendants in errr
-Volusia county. Writ of error dis-
missed (Division A) because no tnal
dment was shown by the record.
p io by Justice Carter. E. Ropes
In pe per; no appearance for defend-
ants i error.
John Cladi, appellant, vs. W. W.
Afo pp Doto coty.
Appeal disaild(Diviaea 8) per cu
lam without written eo

Th State of Frid, by J. W t
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RAILROAD CONMMIION.
When the parent Commission was
organized, it established a schedule of
fright rates upon various lasses of
freght, including what has since be
known as "Class P," which included
lumber of all kinds, brick and other
building material. It also an
order permitting transportation line
to establish, within certain retrictl,
what are known as cial rates on
such commodities. Th privege
been enjoyed without complaint until
recently, when a large committee of
the Georgia Interstate Sawmill Assoel-
ation appeared before the Coem-selon
complaining that thee spedal rate
were untbsfactory and ob cti bl
and asking for a revision the rats.,
if the making of the special rate co
could noi be stopped. Be advised by
the Attorney-General that the makn
of special rates in such ase could no
now lawfully be forbddn, the Com-
mission on Moday last, issued a notice
to the office of all of the roads dong
business n Florida, in whole or in part,
that a a meeting of the Commisea to
be held t Tallahaee March 28, at 10
o'eloek a. m., the question of amen
clasiaMton No. 1, by str:k ou
lumberr and lath, L c. L.--4 6,"
and smbesa ti therefore '-mber a
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"THE TRUE DEMOCRAT. ABOUT IMMIGRATION. !w being done to make the South PROiSSIONl IU
JOHN G. COLLINS. Proriter. Coniderable interest has been mani- known in localfies from which immi- Concerning the oulbqtltots knights
_- .. .fte throughout the. State in a move- K t aredesid. of industry, the rookmWIlle Boothern
r L,.;Mo EV r Y AY MoNN;. fment( originating with certain parti 4 Jkonville having for it advertisements, at home and abroad, The fact is that spedmens of this
:n.rI Se e M* aS the ,t e- .'he t of i n of Florida s resources ar.d lssibilitieso, c'laos oif dgenerate fester in and men-
r,.,! ,,s..,,n, M.,,, ah," h,... .... "thtablishment of an immigration, re tion ofthewho the public peace and prosperity of
at etl:a,,. .. i.h, Jur'." with hl-adquarters in that come the proper reception of those who ,alc the municie in all prosperity of
I /' 11 come and assi~stance in finding, atthwl communities In all parts of our
O itv, for the creation h a ill is come and iifaistance in finding, at the free country. The cry of the news-
nirr i r:,i....- iIiiA .I .r 't be itroducer and l..i through luat possible expenditure of their time papers against them is the discharge of
S :, .... ,.... N. t intr l and carried the and means, of what they desire in the a simple duty which they owe to the
th. atu, ifpohl, at the ap- way of location and employment. That communities in which they are pub-
A j,im r i I,,fl. V. r Y-, .,, Atvdvir:',.- row 'hirg sc snion. T,, lished. i
Avi..,,.. i- i,,,, ;,,,u ,, if iV "thestall:shmnt of an immi- the promoter of the Jaksonvile One of the greatest afflictions that
,if b "I h e ait hm of ii in plan" have wisely considered this (an be viitd against a town, neighbor-
gration uro-au" at Jacksrvill. an b issitd aaint a town, neighr-
Tallahassee, Friday, March 10, 1905. ant a rivat institir, perat. rnch of the subject is -.videnced by hood or county i. the imposition of a
_~____ 'wa l, th.; following statemort of ont of the rabid politician un it, especially at
S- locally, in aid of immigration aondl th ,i ee..nt. l she ,asonx when all classes of the popula-
An-w againi.-ti thl p;liper trist in the Minric ,,i(,'u,,. l;.,!i, ,,, Ian n,, valirl some' practical farmer, who knows how and indu-triously working for their own
.;it c ort Whiat th qul may ,, ,, t ri to reah this class of people and how tor individual pl sprity and general wel-
i n ,a r Wit ,.,i,.t ', r, ri:,. l,,e I, iti wo ll, b, w ll if irilt r,,t and direct them e,, take charge fare.
........ i W 11 hf of th'. field work, arid to see that no '. .~ .-nt ;u i licity, through the lctal
I(. e..rm;n ,v i-ntly a j;ul f ;t ,v riy t,,unty in th' State, shI.oulid ir- rp t, rot t th Stat who is p s ivs abundant promise of rid-
criminial ,wor ..c .;, ni;m ,peala he- for "**x- ganiz jj:t such ai'h iinsituntion. o t ir jt,k.i t daftertar.. fully t.n t h i Sta t wh ry ding afflict.. Ic(ommunities of th incud-
hibit;rin lj t 'f Pitwer and artitrari- mt ch cann,,t Ie dori', ,n ratimal a ond t l k 'i i ft. ca i wh. blus of th;it nei." ,. ,I hir, i dif rntly h,.r, piar t;,,. lir., toward th, accomplish- 't i, W. lC ,, ,, at wher whose fso'le hiu.ine's. is to fimterit cdiscordc
in A ri.rt on, this toic to 0i ilhe Sun and inc,'ite' ;pntei,e,,ism. amnon, flirinls.
At t,.r t, ;,i st I l .o ,lnd, oi ,, th fr. t eItail 1 f the' .l'- vlvi pr j t, a s a ,tly :,aid: .. i .t i: id i. In th u:, ,.: of legitim ate pIarty
',Ij disy Mrc. ;,l. (tadwick c.,rpl-l,.ply y l;-tl0 i rl the t **'' I.liali.r.t, ;lr,. u,'1I p t. ,,l iel 'h. h t K rn e'e'ole'c l "pp teitinee of in legi tilt p ir ti
u'ey,, Mwr orne. Vlal wht pr.,;i' u,,, may not nl) "opf iti F'li, factiuonalism will prevail.l
,,lll, e, ;,iliF h.,i Ii,o 1. r.mno,v d from wrth'* v ,f thi. t o,, thtful ricons,.idE .ration I,,., ,,,jeitil to ,,it. ,,iut be arl wh..n t v,,Ii W ofe unseemly p-er.uonati-
S tht-. ,court rt ,,,,,. Verily, thi- way of tlh t,,' f Ail w'l, i, ii .eret t h..i- l,<. in u alid a di i, i ,'t,,i ;ft. .r their arrive l, tis will s.erv a ii o lst excellent purpose, .
treat re''-. or i-. ltard' when punih rji nritl th ilip-,> t;irt t S ut j,.,ct. i'oi, r ian y peo,li-' it l li ," I'rol tht, Itut if i th. vi'ioii s rn.- thod.-i i' o te ,.- t' x-
",-' .,, ,i.t if ,t .s mt., d, ar a p;.rt ,, < thh ,,rt whoar. ni-,,,,,,l ] ,a r. vp.rt prof,..sit,,;al otice-hunet r atr al-
lt ce.nt;AinI doe.-. lok ai if the. aiutl- Ip-a to re c' i t nia i.n wh:l i ig ',. 'ee ;, ,.,.| i o ,it .l ii.al, lW,1 Aer t" reil factic nali-r n ma.n;
c'.trali pI w' r oif '* he. ( zar of all th 1 ,ti t l t e ur i f ,,!. ,I .t ; ti ,i. ,, ,, i ,' ,. l'.r it :. nde, .nirat. into .s mc thinl fi r wi-ltV
lta ,i; i- a oui t l o bl rok..n atdi d.- ^ 1-' tha t*h" 'r :^' *-,t, t has to ,i, t1 o h I hlo thtn Litt,.r ar.,l *.,t-,sonrii p r.uti ,l -
l ry,., .lI,',Iv h, l i' a ion at .Jack onviil,., Tr atI an',' Iotlh r , i Fl iiii
i r eI'di W hat tihe ItU.lii.an 1 na.!i' i ri-k r 'se i;i otr-' I itt .'tatc' to l.)o#i p-Fit.
a trd mak. of th..ir, county if th<.y a r i I'. ,,, L lo .a hunnir.d.r s of T t v .nt a, t y. tr -, p, inary
~r'A"i'i 1tosriald"' e1' 1I heit' eeitl e if they IIFJ. thl til l t a itl tiii l i 1t'i e at t..r !as ).t hii 'driof' ee ..t ye'ripiit'v
M,,,ld ovf,.iithr)ow tlih Mionlier. y ilnd iun- proletrV t' will fe fI etftl,-n .. Ci- th ,. i,f|, tr.. t iH '.,- t. N,.vt.r '*-Vpai-its ,l; r tituite'l a whole .1,a.i' ani
fronted h (-(l ist it tin t i(nal urA 1 1 I'll- A vhl 1 F i
dI.rtal.,. te, F .-. rn it t a r,.epubl i flI- h'ro ni ,.,I hy c n.ViutIi, ;it 'r.,I ,, t, 'h i, t se i : t. le' t' rav, l v,.,a ll,, ,lj..' -t-l, s. n tto .,'.' ly l:,'ri,.
(, l t'l t cl H wt which IlA I lwhal' trd lo e cr , T'i I 1, If I o ra l
Ip,,win l,, I ,. lI'. .o l, F p l r.Ii t aA,.dtA t r as th.t .hh i e her' )' 1 rat.T a s I iY i .A -./ i I .
I l I, fof 1 i. e I f le 'If, t -s I l', ,1htittAi ,rv i ::1r ,f t h i i., f l l ain d r ,Ih a t Ita r l l* l h s, r t if l ( -i -; w h i ,h s i ,, t l i I
i t ion i,2 I tha;t I I'* f ( or ,,i .i I A,,f ., ,.. :i, av,,oi,.ld in fitur#l. ,r t s..tts, ar d wi rn,.-ii
I r. ( Sle'- i If llItll In .ri e, w ho is Ise t r- A; ri1iclture .. .hi < l il ,' i l< t i t w ii tiF' ll l-, I ', ..-It r ar
,' II L U| ll' +1 all lI I. t: \CJi u lI( i t.h,' th,, fri endsr' a f l r,'l arl' ^ a llt ., t k.. t 'l l *t
ly .'"7 y.'- ,,ld f iriei rrn l thl, iludentm ,l f U r:i ratl i n. t 'r .!,: .itt ji I it f -I V 44F1 (,. it lte th it itth it ef < th v
tt' h. l4mmi lopkin t I iverlm y tv ot lh-el .r f ti ('. lm ..;ion'* r i "in t t; i- ,uiI i o .s to) l ,l ba i"l.T;I 1 lio h :..-.'l: r y ,t that it. ir i-, e feor i '.
,tt..' ,, .[ ht ti'.." lw t 'l, r l. t l ,. i,, -, t w l ' wl r .v t( i t1 L l.
daty thalt t .. r t'f '.l t ar o, f agfi rril. n at ta ;e ,e, ',l .f tIi l ,e iF..tt ii I, itc, IF i, ,!, F,,. iitj.
com parativ ,ly itiVls,' and a ft,.r f;'e ,,,-,,usati,,n ", .... ..;!., r,., ,.r I, ii /a.t ,', t 1;c h ,b to gt lt 6i the,, *,F a. a i, L t, I i,!t'Y l .'i*,.r .
al uIlstIly wortiilc 44. Thl le' al rn' i' c l, 'l .. ,,i t ith r I .i ,,n or (,tii,iil, or ;rup ti i ll t wil t l 1 ,.1 -t .. ai .\ j), publisii,.,lF t w .,'; an :i' i' it :
toir hl a li proven th. truth olf Iis prop(i ni- ," p,)r-on )r anyv.hre' hhl it t tl.,. ('sirt ti a ,f a t 1.I. ; r it., thelt .I rit frtIIi il't u I''i ri l- clil i I
tr in t iF s le ow n 'a.*' clrtr( irly; I, ut t shat ti h,. duty i, , the i t. l' .l a ltu .;t .t l lii .it thirt',,, st l S t s 'r,;n I' l ri,'a at th i
i, nI,, r 0 ,ni w hA it h hitl pply to any- *,.I.ctP lIIion. I Iif-h pIFr ,,,te< (|< t ha ,i t-fc cr c i ,lle ptrp .o l.i'r.ee r h i l.'r 1 i' r .t ily of. V ,r_.1 ii i aill i '. in 11
le, ,' y eI .;** '. li,',.n e'it, l.li l.t dl I ,e h ati ll t l'V il l t i ti, g l r1' ,,. w h' tI ti l .. e,,,l F' Iil l .,i, ;tir a ,c oUinl ,,f a l,:I lultii.t i'. i 1'F ,
T.iFi t.ervI it o, le h, ,oittl .rn ('oi1- l l. le < F l. jtph ,.ilt '' f I,. ;' i,;. i,'N. ,1 ** iet. "' .<* I' the, I F ',i' i ., ti ;ratn F ,ant h,'r rroup of "!,i i l \' :boyi ':m ,,:'y
I1.,le'pra.y, ;>l ;W ell t t h..irp' d ,H .'.n'rtla tM, o f 4u 1 s i lt i o ,,t ai ts t It th i ,s'l l V 1c 'i F llWl,.l' ( 1 ..ir.. ,* t ,t r' I .:' I-
sit; :lhl; If Soll Lh,,r .,t .,;.ll t ,, th1. ll. will I o ror,,wllll intel rented inl the an F'ctly hr of i. ,,n, a all other > ,i .its of thi. irll, re vt iv d;i,, i, l 1 ati,'. TI
y. -it et i, ti A i t '., e,,ii I tI- it rC F ,,r' P ,'fil ,. :F-eyI |' U I,.cri -A i it.F ..
r 4 nii,.4ien t of the' ldeatih, a hiit hI o ini i do r, l .il l in hi I f r I' A, I ai,, ,i, te1 11.'PiF,. th1 lrF .l t '",,;i
';tl t ,it ., '' T e x., iLt tht. ag e' f I' o 1* ,I i 1 t t 1I 't Iie)h,.e r1r : i < r S u .tt t l! toP the S at- pli F 1 ti ,'
lie ', .l iohn II. tea1t.ri, Ith last eurviv- S. ct he. .li : lv 11 '. e, i : + .' , .I ,- Ft m en, w ho de ir,,. th i ir :;i ...t i .
in hav in s 'rv, ed Ia l'oitnl al. r-(;e nie al i ,, t ert, for e \ tI,' inlt n e : 'f it l .i- n ht l, s. .'' I,. H-i i t v n' i Ihut tfht r ,lle'ction w ill o! t. u1,l n '
S111d 1 .. the* .ntirl e, ximt Inc(- f. r thi ( on- "'Ir;I; i. 1 t ))o io ihla ar" m any ur l ;.r '. l r o- r i. a . ,.. i ,h t i;" the ir ar nt ha I .... I ; ,
r;,t iov rn n t I. .I l I,, i; iu l a l a.l \ : , t i .' ar t *xi t i ii ,'i l t r, iore S tate pride th v w\ il.11I i:v
iF lt, i i F ; i .. i< p hti t I i . in l ,,no h ir -stis to u orne one oi t1 li' li n .
T I h s tiA I wt a n t th.I u, .'xp te l ,I .. l i 1. t; ', '. f , 0- il r' i. ... ,. i t .. ,,v . ll. nt s.ho, -lt i-,lll l 1,. 1iVl
thait hi1' .''n' M Ot of s, krn'w it wa.'.- l "' i'i ' i' l I l v .
'lieiiis.if. l ee, tn c is l s'lr '',t r,,i]ut'e e i pn nch it: 1: ir I.t, l .11 t 'l i ,t eint- d' ry- ,n','i t h t ,. i' t i ,, -,li .e i, li (, (F 1,ri w without ltrti w ,' o tiri i a, -i .', riil tI, I .-
tC:l; $ i.sW Weu k in r l il ir l thl v rt . ,I I: I F e

Ithe s r el u' l li<, oef lI' n el a to th ielnit .' I ,;, :,,, i ( i Fi I i Ai rw ., l- ,I ,' ihlt ar' ,l ,;1 Fi ,m I. .. Ii,, l ,: i l l r- tiri t w hat iI, k n I,, 'i : i.,, t' ,.
,ta .1 W he.n that I-, su f.ly t. ve m tur h,s h; ,re.l f ithlulv< h1i ., f <- ,' W hat 1w toi*' -' : , s .,v l," l.od ly tak,.... ; .' '"itis n
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phl~iwdf :1 1:'-b 1f .1 ont 1h4 1 I I ( 1
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1i i |r ri t 'n to i ;! 'l Is hiFne to iF l ;l t. I.on ir n i I o i n ( il i a : t I
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1 o ,r t l o n' l it l .I,',' il"' ii, n., Iin :!i .. l,| ,, l',,l a t hi, A te- in ',iti l ion i ,I .ii ',r' nirih should hiia biri l -' u'\,'t niiet 's til" t itr i iit p .ect mI'.e a"i' t.'el; r-
,ranting u w (l, I ,, .i .i;, ,, ,li ,,f tI:,ii tIe n ,,| e ,,1i I ,te iila ,rl,, I l a r sh e>p, ,1 al. u ht,. h e "eti lit , f ,, fi|. l(' a it nc- i d '1"i -1 I r.> l tieo rii I F,', rk
W ilm, Ans t I, ions li ul u e n.. w ,,lr .11,c11i .. oiut il t ohe w ttra, Itt i h- t ie ntt v
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con drc.m ol. ,' h,,| T. n, h ,dl i,,rV iiv ,|. ,of" th,' Tri,, ,i.,'r:i ~,.h , ,',l i ,..widh occ lirrell Somfr e People Ar. wind to Ch ancel.



ithes d.,l iiFn ,,f h i '. 1 .-l i .i u l'ii t. e ci..tii .i l e Fe t e e t n ti g ts l,. h le.;ie le t, in ...alt <.di,,,i, o te t o- '. 'io pi -
Co urt fi' t ' ". ;p ;e F lo i i Fi F, si i s P.11 lit t ,P i t i ,.h should havtt rthli in h rint'ni i.ey t ie l it I,, c ttni'.' lie h ',ieit.
it r eantin g H new eic I I ,, .M i-,, ll ,lh I It l. |1:, ,* V>F.H.i, | ,i tu e lrl e h,, Ilnd ..,ie e .I ie,' e l n t ue, l.' blit iyt of a ri n i'ty tilne it' lin't inie f,'r ci '.t hcrk
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(' iins l Iri' !F. i l' tiflF ,, I l'" i e i il el, lil, ;. I ,,n '! I lti l t ', ati eh : Iliilt liei' \ i-t, ,r,,c iih ciI' vjuhl ti r..ttlc ei hir' e i,,s -
** In d<.'alis 'Iitr w lh I.e I' i eF Fr ,.lF,|' F,.' I lie- I' i~ IF F, '1 5 Ceit i c. i.l iFS , ',e' ef ,,f ,,,,iiuni ,,,,n. the, li ,F,f e e i-,.- Pitisie' W ititoUt noticing, anvth inu c IF -


liavet not itlItc l.ce l t. \pl,\i Ia, Ii, opitiIol "i' i %% -I .' to .i ; 1inii ; i ts. Co lI- ll **t: 1S %' ,l .. Ot-tli prop- i, ',l h tllh it hers w till tirld p) ott lil i-
u to h,.nls ., S ane, e int ,, ou tie l-.. .n.-.. tn-itt e Mr. > r. **.I uc t <. .t th'e' lie' P e e the' t,,ui't l ,rons Ct.0s in th' l n an in the n t lrr n r anl t it-i-i -
,r w hwth lillit .,liVir ( i, ,,ith lh ., t i ih il i Ito ill w lc ct'l t:, ulll ,rllmii\

Sh t ite t he 4 't '1 C f -t' s tl i t I( ui 'l h l !t f su l l l i i t r t l'*ro hr tt i a ll l w 'n t Ie t lt re t t ir I -
I tw or nw.re< parldad tiud nt iie.li y. Th. r re a ni ..,pt ,v.s .,, .onI. thli at b rory in th. < world ton the untwi ,.,|
...ouirt is not a ,somi tyv fo, physion.I r. \' snu. I :.t i~ ngip, to lEnr.,p- stating s t r e h inm.w itrch, char l w ,h ,1,, ,th iity of fI'form- just whi >a i ,t f 1j .;u.A hedrry ehe Sout ih Theodore Park ()r
ig a nd announlCi.'niu.Z ni n on ll I .!t' ., ml h ia i h t s ::'.l..in a aie f r v ht t ilI f .ilitc t o l h.,' ,le'i4 l, A .lu v Stone s ,s' sli opliq ortutnitV te i '"
:,Jlc't Wte, h iv. e' e i.i'h','vi're'd eonlv t 1 hi14to, 'l'k,'r te li,' hi i,1 Ild I .i s thite possibihit of .it such tet ctolle'e in a echaimcet to pick hli rrit ii
j t W P hv4 l1;vor.d only to ,on.- C.r ns. T-.- nI .. reduce t., ld H,, iin, ttl, I ,, se>-s ain op Miiake it plain lthat thit're i not hing in "*A hlttlh' tic ylct' jnlic. UmsIly in Ci in, nll tht o I t p ssil. cha ntle to chop wv tl, wait on ta le,
or ruin errandsc. where another sees n.
hias c('u to require a d piartur' flrome n ai dvu'rtit in i *n ei s tin5 o it- '.t,-F I rt' ,tic ;i' t e- of'l e a F l r;ifi't v F, r, ;rt. K it, chance at hll. ()ne' s -,ti t an r sees noit
to .ordinaryrules oft vii'i ,.r rimini l procedures, thIt w uh i :l,.' I ita. l t i t l, t south I.SUe I. t ietan edication in the odds and a i 'nl
ciiicc':.t ,.r, crit. -r i t~ l. Cili. to. fet tief time, eveningsR and half-holidays.
r"" w :would do, iil till 1 .,"i : iuu t (i f gct Mt. lloi. W.. illiil .,n waMI ; victor at, which another throws away.-Ori.sen
Otiir lretotw't iord f toaity i'Ie As a isntt.er ', r li, noewhe-e in i'urop.e the capital l this wek. Mr. Ilisllman i.s .wett Marien, in Succe'' Magazine.
risusluners have set out tot have the V F

All public nt uitkllnR should br l so. tlh South. It ie tlimtl trht loml dht thn Ia- rlne ofth t noll ein imoe' hipl 7 cnt. inuinginoccasion-
A. All public builingm should be so. thit ?e ith. It is time that we0nething'Canl ,,rtn' fet' th ;,ern rnhijl 7 cents.


A D4S1 W COLD WATER.
The lartow Itoarier-Informant in-
dulges In the following rather caustic
comment upon Governor Broward's Ev-
erglade drainage scheme:
That hobby of a forlorn hope which
landed Mr. Broward in the executive
chair- the drainage and saving to the
State of the Everglades-is waxing fat
and arrogant, and bids fair to take up
a large portion of the time of the Leg.
islature, possibly to the detriment of far
more important business. Already the
State funds are being liberally used that
the Governor and his cabinet may take
junketing trips of inspection. To what
end no one knows. Were it not a mat-
ter of public concern, the sublime confi-
dence and egotism of this board of trus-
tees of the internal improvement fund
would be a subject for laughter. Se-
renely it passes judgment andgivesopin-
ions off-hand upon questions which would
puzzle experienced civil engineers, and
the gullible public swallows the unbaked
dose as though it were a mass of taffy.
l'robably thn-re is no way to check this
I':verglade drainage fad, but the Legis-
lature shou lact with common stinse and
r,'e'train the governor r from all action
teccp' by thtL advice of an expert en-
iinvering comrnirision.
Neither th ('ouurier-Informant nor any
timid citiz n need fear that Governor
low'.rd will nteedl ti 1, restrained from
hasty or ill-:,lvie'dl action in the prem-
i-,-<. ,No oe':', perhaps, realzl.s more
fllly than hlte does. the enormous magni-
tiude of the' dratin:'i.e project which he
w\o,,uil i1l dly -re inaugurated, at least,
diriri his ilnihinistration. And the Leg-
I: I.l it' ur iimay t'erelied uIipon to view the
-iic .rlt Inet ii it. jutl.i propo(rtions.
The ide.'i, which ijppei'ar.s to hli' pr V\'i-
l,.it i:n .-) le .irters, lhat th 'l,,gisla-
tart' rmat Ill iwil ;'el to appropriate such
f' .i l-, a., n ii -' ;part 'tl for the, purpose.
;' th ic' 'ntle!ri.-'", to the manifest injury
,Ir r ,',,.' t :' ci(0otte' fl.iat pulelic inter-
,-t. i ts wilhouit foundation, it) fact or
ii t, i i, ..... f1 t' .s can le learn,,d. T h'll
c.lv rt.i inatlt n thiIml in si;llht tor tie m -
'F .,.i -i ::o: t of thiis :.- til triFtio .s w o' ik
\'. ; 1 ',, it; ,i (: tl ; ,: i: r J )is -:,m ; o .-.rv,\'cr; I
,o. ;hi *~ ;]. f.rt .Il1,, aitt l w islin.. t,, in-
c, ii tli, ,l sr taking a reaI;ison llI,
.. .'.. r 11i 1 1,,F t iH l.lLtnd ri't lainit td in
r i t '.i 'i lhit thi., is (jitite. w ithrin
It F ici ,i ,i p i!; litv ; n,:'l!lit lie' e It'-
1 II' l. d
-. ,% _, ; t! \ I';l t til t i, ( .' -
i i 1 .., : 4t ;! t i r tu lit, ti de' f int r '
i l -rt- .' l l n i u ll li t il -.*u j, ct!, ;cn l
th i l l' F'' i!l I -i !: i-i l t l th i lF t .il F.
to l, i ~ .- u .
ThE FLORIDA PRESS.
Clir.iinks and Comment Taken from the Sti.te
Newspapers.
Tl'i'i i i 'vt :e r.,ti 'n1 foot to ha\ the
c',!i i!in .i, >,.^ oin ol tht, l,,r.ii.-i latiiure tn-
;:' i,,'e\' ',tIII law It strike-i us vry
;* 1 iili t!h. .ull .\f ttL ioti el t ll.' lelr'--
,' It l '.. \,.ifFFF1 iltlit ,C dc;ilhanllgel tito
V ... in.u ,' h ,- '-il ,'l 'i l ',f ,t. Tlhl''e "
;el ", ; toii: e, '.a' l Ii ,\ ,s o l l our statt .i t
iFFe .: t l .'wA. \' lil t 'we w ,,'it is an ( n-
'F' tl ni F' ol tHi-...,, litw .-.. I,.tkIk l .i

It tw'ill -. :l i t ie fo' r t .e winter
Svi-itior to tFini tll P ir la''s leitlte,'ai'id.
If 1I, ida exert,- I i-s i.tr'at an 'l',ortt to,
l'rin lte, aiiiiilli P settl rs to the Stallte
i.s it do.s tourist, the State W\ould het
l,.' 4.l r ,, l'. :A ttt'r ivin in lc'horwiia tow,
i,% inI \\ i;iter "vi.-itors" ul thl s, n ili\ Ii thtin, \',e' hi\' mil i. )o reaI 'lv ch
tih' cuoi( Iis nt tl;alt h itone nlt, r' ill0tnt .s'-t-
tl.i i- worth a ,ic/.rn wint,.r visitolt,..
In .- t ilt, the winter tl, urist bl.iusire.-u i.s
iV,' l n anld, il tol- tiri -l..l s lii tol Li t'.'
1,; l1ia that tIhe Stalet wouldt 1 g,,I to thl,
I 1. ilt .oil liow-wo s, if it \wer',' InoIt lor
Sii ; ,.iinii \l \i.-it,. W auChuia Advoil ca e.
Tli. tliie' is itrawint near ,for tthe coi-
\ ,.'' t l th, li- '-I laliture. April f irst
,>.i i' ', \,ill I ,, t nCed',' toelarl 'talllu;t -
ii;,iin 1 w ill l, \ lo, t..tW in l lno-
('I'.t.
\ siet .s iicl liii fri, 'nd w i-.- la )eit
to -.[, ,Ie l i.m ill' tell us the r','tl itmeaiint g
oit' i It. ', ei "'lproefe ir"t and its appro-
i,'itilt, u e. .siilluh(it e fretixtd lO the
in.nim tof every er(. -roadl school teacher
hiiii i A I irely'Ia thirsd-grale ,cert ificate'?
\, -iiul, l liks to live' some light ion
the -zlijec''t. Ilristol iel e.
'" ie Florid:ta Legislaturce- will convene
in April, and it is sa;d, the dispensary
ad>l Sate uniformnity of text-bo-oks will
l.ty anti important hart. By defeating
icth of these, measures and adjourning
s.iIrc lie the 'nwmle,'s would relt'ct great
t'rhcit upon themselves, and the State at
laL r.i',. .Euinty' Tintes.
If I (ove'i'or ilrowaird siucceels in car-
rying out thi.s project (draining the Ev-
eitrlahlIe's] without too miuch expense to
the State,, he will have made himself


,one of the' greatest ,me'n in the country.
If lie' work that h hhas. mapldl out'is
sicc'essfully accomplished, Napoleon
liina arte Broward will I!ecome a na-
tio.nl figure. He has many of the stur-
dy el-nments that make great men, and
he will have the enthusiastic support of
the, great majorityy of the people in
Florilda in this stupendous undertaking.
It will le well, however, for the Gov-
ernor and the Ioard to be verve careful
in this matter, not to plunge the State
into any great debt that it will find dif-
ficultyv n taking care of in the future.
A thorough investigation of the matter
should be encouraged by everybody, and
the results will be anxious awaited by
th>e progressiv people of Florida.-Ft.
Pierce News.
The sewerage contractors are pushing
work on Tallahassee's sewerage system.


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4 >tv*


.oosevet dnd Fairbanks Take Oath

of Their Respective Offices

at Washington.
4. 7-


THE CITY I gA*L ATTlE


e5ethlng and Patriotic
Crowd Witnessed Im-
pressive Proceedings.
-lonster Parade and
Fireworks.


SMALL CUMB

THROWN SLAVS


Car Agrees to Let His People
"Suagest" Reform Laws.


A RESCRIPT IS SIGNED

Elcted Represetaties Can Give Ex-
,wvi *m t6 TL"l, Vl.-- M- .---


the oath, kissed the book. sad Theo- V F MU w
dore Roosevelt, a soldier of the re. refdt
public, became president by the votes
of the people, following the unbroken A Bt, Peter
line of soldier presidents which his the Alexandra
party has installed since the close of Solo, surround(
the civil war. He then delivered his l urr
Inaugural, which surprised his hea~rersa ew member
by its brevity. As the ceremony clos- the empress
ed he was again greeted by the roaring Nicholas Frids
cheers of the immense throng. Ac. signature to a
companies by his escort and followed majesty's deer
by the troops and civilian paraders, esentatives o


A Washington special says: Under he started for the white house.
auspices in every detail- perfect, and Never has there been so perfect a
with ceremony most impressive as be- regular army column in any previous
flt& the occasion, the American poo- national pageant. Cavalry, infantry,
artillery, engineers, marines, seamen
Pie installed Theodore Roosevelt in and, properly classed with all these,
the highest offie the nation holds. the Annapolis and West Point cadets.
He took the solemn and binding oath thrilled all beholders with this expon.
of office before a vast gathering of ent of the .perfection of our military
the people he had been elected to arm.
serve. The attendant scenes were not The national guards of states, and
unusual. Inaugurations from the time those of the district, showed the
the east front of the capitol first e- marked improvement which the prac-
ame the setting tor the ceremony tlcal encmpments and maneuvers,
have been much the same. Many of supervised by regular officers, have
the central figures have officiated t accomplished by the abolition of the
like capacity on other occasions when former military picnics.
presidents have acceded to the highest "It was a great success. Great! And
ofie in the gift of the American peo. did you note that bunch of cowboys?
S pe. Chief Justice Fuller, in adminis- Oh, they are the boys who can ride.
tearing the oath, repeated a solemn It was all superb. It really touched
function he has performed four times, me to the heart."
this occasion his last. This was the comment made by
The decorations throughout the city President Roosevelt, as he was leav-
pere more elaborate and beautiful ing the reviewing stand for the white
an on the occasion of any previous house at the conclusion of the mag-
residential inauguration. Twice as nificent parade.
many flags used this year by the in- One conspicuous feature of the pa-
augural commission as was ever used rade, which possibly attracted more
re, and the splendor of the attention and provoked more general
eme adopted for the city's adorn- discussion, at least in official and army
ment never has been surpc~eed., and navy circles, than anything else,
The formal ceremonies of installa, was the participation In the demon-
tion began in the senate chamber with station as aids to General Chaffee, of
the taking of the oath by the new a group of cadets from West Point and
vice president. For two hours be- midshipmen from Annapolls nearly all
fore that ceremony the galleries were of whom are descendants of army and
killed with a brilliant assemblage of navy officers who have won distin-
invited guests who watched with deep guished honors fighting for their
interest the arrival of the various no- country.
tables, last among them the president, In the presence of so many of his
who, upon this occasion, occupied the fellow citizens as could be crowded
position of president and president- into the senate chamber, Charles War-
elect, and upon the short sessions of ren Fairbanks was at high noon in-
the senate necessary to wind up the ducted into the office of vice president
ends of business. of the United States. The ceremony
One of the interesting features was was quickly followed by the final ad-
the adoption of a resolution cor i Journment of the senate of the fifty-
mendatory of the retiring president o eighth congress, the beginning of
the senate, Mr. Frye. Senator Bacon, special session, an address by the vice
a democrat, was called to preside, anid f predent and the swearing Into of-
Senator Gorman, another democrat flce of almost a therd of the membr i
presented the resolution, which was ship of the senate The installation
unanimously adopted, of the new vice president was severe-
A few minutes later, after the mem- l simple, and as brief as simple. It
bers of the house, the members of consisted of a promise, solemnly made,
e supreme court the ambaadorswith uplifted hands and bowed head,
to perform the duties of the office and
and ministers had been announced and prorm th dthe off
to support and defend the constitution
seated, Senator Fairbanks appeared of the United States This was the
apo.. the arm of Benator Bacon and administered
escorted by two republican senators, by Senator Frye as president pro tem-
and as soon as the president and cab. pore o the senate.
inet arrived the oath was administer he address of Vie President Fir
3d the to the new vice president. After banks revived careful attention, and
hsa address the scene of ceremonies at Its conclusion he instructed the sec-
was transferred to the great stand on retary of the senate to read the preg-
the east side of the capitol, where Ident's call for an extraordinary se-
President Roosevelt was administered sion of the senate. The reading ac-
the oath of office by Chief Justice Pu. complished and the senate of the
l r. twenty-ninth congress thus installed,
/After the president's address came Dr. Edward Everett Hale, the vener-
the great parade, whlob was reviewed able chaplain of the senate, came for-
Sby the president from the stand in ward to deliver the opening prayer of
front of the white house. In many the first session.
respects this was the greatest of in- The organization of the senate was
auguraton parades. What it may then completed by the swearing In of
have lacked in distinctive features, senators elected to serve for the next
It made up In sine. There was not s!x years. They appeared in platoons
the notable array of governors of of four in alphabetical order at the
states that marked the Cleveland In. desk of the vice president, eech being
auguratlon parades or the first Mc- accompanied by his colleague. The
Kinley inauguration. oath was administered by Mr. Fair-
Of the military features the Annap banks, nd In each case was Immedl.
oils middles, the West Point cadets, ately foHowed by signing the enate
the Jackle. from several warshlps and roll of membership. This ceremony
the marine eorps deserve special me*a concluded the day's session and the
tloa. Oenral OChae, the head ef saute adjourned to the outside plat.
the eay, was one of the most pop- form to witness with others the In*
pe.mr qge with the erowde. Gem- augsratlu of President Rooeevelt.
i pFred runt, who iM the iae of The Inaugural festhlties closed at
hLs eaet lather, and Onenal Joe midnight with a ball that in aplendor,
S eOoeral o Whler Wt we oth attendance and artistic effect, fttingly
Wheeler were both beartUl chesred. ushered out a brilliant spectacular
t hT Oath AdmnsletSd. ^day. Thousands of handsomely gown-
At length all was ready for the ed women, with escort from ewry
erwdag dleey. The ea of hu- state la the ua aad early every
a t- t was 1 IWet. The pemlant id- elvlcUed onstry, Ia the mend ilium-
t aei the tIe of c elWe aalt 9e art of th e p-
h. he I t* s i su t m .n-


ut nity to expr


IBuM vIiw3--'O aw
r of Autocracy.

burg special says: In
palace at Tuarskoe
ed by the ministers and
* of the court, and with
at his side, Emperor
ay afternoon afMxed his
rescript containing his
ee to give elected rep-
f the people an oppor.
ess their views in the


BANK PEOPLE TESTIFY:

Called to Witnac Stand in Chadwick
Case and Tcll of Various FiOa
cal Transactions.
Nine witnesses were examined in
the Chadwick trial at Cleveland, Oi'o.
Tuesday, and the defense established
the fact that the claims of the gov.
ernment that Mrs. Chadwick had no
money in the Oberlin bank at the time
of drawing checks, which were certi-
ied to Spear and Beckwith, was in.
correct In two instances, at least.
It was shown by the general jour-
nal of the bank that on November 3.
1903, when Mrs. Chadwick received a
certified check for $10,000 an entry
crediting her with that amount w.?
made on the journal of the bank, and
a deposit slip for $10,000 was made out
in her name. The entry and the slip
were in the handwriting of Cashier
Spear. Another entry of similar na-
ture, amounting to $5,000, was aiso
ffouln Thesem f'.a wr& bhrna ht ,.


--...w- - -" - A UID41 &AUL We e U5b UUP.
preparation of the laws of the em- on cross-examination by Judge Win.,
plre. counsel for Mrs. Chadwick, after long
This is the autocracy's final response and tedious questioning of H. H. Av-
to the agitation in favor of partlcipa ery, assistant cashier ot the Obertlu
tion by the people in government, bank.
which has brought Russia in the last Several directors of the Oberlin
few months almost to the brink oitbank testified that they know nothing
revolution. Its purport must not beof the transactions with Mrs. Chad-
misunderstood, wick. One of them said none of the
No Change of Regime. Chadwici deals were ever reported by
For the present at least it Involves Mr. Spear to the directors.
no change in the regime of autocracy, An social of the Euclld Avenue
and it means neither a constitution Trust Company testified Mrs. Chadwick
nor a national assembly. At the same had $92500 on deposit in his banc.
time, it recoguizes the principle of Robert Lyons receiver for the Cit
the people's right to be heard regard seas' National Bank of Oberlin, said
ing laws under which they must live. that the books did not show that any
the s ng of te dum ent cme account had ever existed by which
at the end of a dramatic scene. the
climax of which was an Impassioned Mrs. Chadwick could draw checks on
speech by Emperor Nieholas to his Mrs. adwi
ministers, in which he declared that Mr. Chadwick came into court ap
he sought only the welfare of his sub parently none the worse for her ill.
jects. ness which caused the adjournment
"I am killing the emperor said, Monday.
"to shed my blood for the good of my It s doubtful if Andrew Carnegie
people." wilt take tCe stand. District Attorney


Substance of Rescript.
The rescript sl directed to the min-
lster of the interior, and says:
"My desire is to attain the fulfill.
ment of my intentions for the welfare
of my people by means of the co-op.
ration of the government with expe-
rienced forces of the community, and.
continuing the work of my crowned
ancwtors, to retain the piestlge of the


ullivan is reported as saying: "It is
not my present Intention to put Mr.
Carnegie ~,, the stand, and I do not
thin he will be called upon to tes.
tity unless his evidence should be
needed in rebuttal of something intro
duced by the defense."

PRSIDUNKT NIONNRS GEORSIAN.


Russian nation therein. I am resolve. ge. Carter Tate i seedered District At.
ed, henceforth, with the help of God, toMkrYep to Scceed Agier.
to convene the worthiest men, pos. The Atlanta Constitution's Washing.
sessing the confidence of the people ton correspondent sends the following
and elected by them to participate in to his paper:
the elaboration and consideration of "Attorney General Moody stated this
legislative measures. o M sa.
"In undertaking these reforms, morning that he had, on behalf of t!,
"In undertaking these reforms, I president, tendered to lon. Carter
am convinced that local needs and
experience of life well weighed andl 'te th offce of district attorney of
sincere speech of those elected wll the northern district of Georgia, now
insure frutfulness to legislation for held by lion. Edward Angler. The place
the real benefit of the people. At the comes to him entirely unsolicited.
same time, I foresee all the complex- "Coming as It does, Mr. Tate's
ity and difficulty presented In the friends here see no reason why he
elaboration of these reforms while pre should not accept it. It comes solely
serving absolutely the immutability o as the result of the personal admira.
the fundamental laws of the empire." tlon of President Roosevelt for him,
and of his close personal friendship
CONVICTS 8RIN6 HIGI PRICE. with Attorney General Moody and Sec-
-retary of Commrce Metcalf, both ut
Syndicte Obteins For-Year Leaee of whom served in congress with him.
lorida's felons at feecy Prices. "The tender is an Illustration of the
Officials of the Georgia prison de- Balue of personality and is a hand-
partment are much Interested In the some tribute to the excellent imprep-
tact that Dr. W. B. Hamby of Way. sion M-. Tate has, during his long
cross, who, with W. M. Toomer, also service In congr(,s, made upon not
of that city, now controls the labor only his democratic brethren, but upon
of 585 Georgia convicts, is the lead. his republican colleagues as well."
Ing member of a syndicate composed
largely of Georgians. which has just COOV SNAMIS MIS SPOUSE.
secured a four-year lease upon the en.
tire number of Florida's convicts *'af.alo Bil" Seyv es is forever 0De
amounting to between 1,100 and 1,200. WIth the Wife of Hi Boesem.
For Florida's convicts the syndicate in court at Omaha, Nel., Tuesday,
pays $207.70 a year each. including during the course of his deposition in
men. women and boys, and will also his petition for divorce William F
guard and care for them. This Is said Cody (Duffalo Bill) declared that he
to be the highest price now paid for coud not aet any recon(illat on
any state convictsld not accept any reconliton
eora. under the contracts made wth M Cody, and declared he.woulti
lat April, rerelvec an average o have absolutely nothing to do with h'r
fast April, recolves an average of in the future.
$225.12 for each able bodied convict, h elrt w e th
while the women, boys and invallds This declaration was made a nhf
are kept on the state farm at the result, anolonel Cody stated, of r
state's expense. Besides Georgia has Cody having charged him with helnk
to guard and furnish physicians for the murderer of their daughter. Aita.
her convicts at an expense of about and announcing publicly that sh,.
$60 a year each. It is evident, there- would denounce him over her grave
fore, that Florida will get about $4a a
year acrh more for her convicts thin mPTO RICa4 AR ILLOW CIrIlZN.
Aenrsl& Adaf 0^nUa _i^I__ tL__.


ewrgif vUa or uaI VuIIjwll ulonr-
gla tI making a new contract, as Ala-
bama did, and both have profited well
by Oeorgia's experience.

JOUMMI O 10 MA TO I r bft.IL

PM ofeSet Se etere CMoes AS.cletle
pe et I*ate esie. Mteerury.
Prtidet PIarrl Jordan of the
SoutheA Cotton Apeocatio, will be
gIt at meo a toer of the south, partly
lulay of the sOthwwstW states, in
he lseAts at the aseo late sad
tae wfk t be Itmn b"e


At Lee"a Cor Se t ey re (lliUe to
IeM Ol ke t1der Uicle SeI .
The court of appeals of the District
of Columbia Tuesday decided that a
Porto Rican In this country possesses
the necessary qualifications as to Ct f
seaship under the civil service rngula'
tkos to make him eligible for employ.
ment la the government service.
The opialon decided the case of
Jaea Modriuee, who applied for ema
plrMoyan t the Waslana sn may yar
eat who was deaed the ltAt oC *
aeilnrtI a the gp4a l- he g t


After letereieag Debate the Seadry CMv
Apprepristien Si is Passed.
The senate Thursday passed the
sundry civil appropriation bill carry-
ing about $68,000,000. Various amend-
ments were offered to the measure and
most of them were debated at some
length.
When the bill came up the house
provision relating to the expenses of
federal judges was amended at the
instance of Mr. Platt of Connecticut so
as to provhie pay for "reasons.ble ex-
penses actually incurred for travel and
attendance." not exceeding $10 a
day.
Mr. Culberson presented an amend-
ment prohibiting the allowance of fees
to united States district attorneys ai
excess of their salarlsa. It was aimed
especially at the New York district
attorney. Mr. Bacon suggested a sal-
ry of $10,000 for the New York off-
er and with this change the ambnd-
ment was adopted. It prohibits the
payment of fees to district attorney
except a the case of the District of
Columbia.
Te house bill for the celebration of
the anlversary of the first EngUis
peaking settlement In America orn
sear the wates of Hampton RoadasVV
gnlia, appropriating $250.000 br tk
purpose, wau passed.
The general deficency bill was
ed after striklg out a provtisl
plating 1000W to ay
WOODr nd5 10mb1s a
-60 am* ISO C


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A,


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DRIVING SLAVS

INTO MUKDE


Oyama is Forcing Kulopatkn Back
at Al Points.


ADVANCE IS IRRESISTIBLE

Position Aftrt Position Is Captored By
Victrious Japs and Large Amount
of Stores Is Secured

Advice received in Toklo from
headquarters of the Japanese armies
in Ma. huria show that the Japanese
activity on the extreme right con-
tinues. That wing is pressing for-
ward and is dislodging the Russians
A dispatch from the front says:
"Our troops in Sing King (Yenden)
direction are occupying Tsing Ho-
cl ong (Tlinkhetchen?) and pursuing
the enemy northward. We captured
large quantities of provisions at Tasing-
hocheng.
"Our force at Henshshue is gradu-
ally dislodging 'the enemy from his
position 13 miles northeast of Beat-
siaputse and from another position
seven miles northwest. The first pos-
tlon is tour miles west of the second.
Our force has pressed the enemy,
northward of the lhakhe river an4
has occupied Sunmupaotsu, Tiaochln-
hutun and Sunhupoatsu, three mile
north of W'aito mountain.
"The enemy has many field and
heavy siege tuns on either side of
the railroad heretofore unused and Is
now shelling us."

A dispatch from Toklo to The Lou-
don Daily Telegraph states that the
Japanese are endeavoring to force a
d ..aive battle in Mauohuria, but that
it is feared General Kuropatkin will
retreat, fighting a reargauard actlo,
Reports from the Bhakhe river i
dictate, says the same correspondent,
that the Russian morale is seriously
Impaired and there are numerous .ypl-,.
untary urrenders, not only of Pol-
and Jews, but of recently arrived
European troops. They relate that
rumors are current in the army that
General Kuropatkin has been recalled
and knowledge of the internal trout
bles In Russia causes a deep depres-
sion In the army.
Reports are current at Toklo, but
not confirmed officlnlly, that the Jap-
anese have occupied Sakhallen.

Chinese arriving In Nluchwang from
Mukden report that the Japanese have
advanced almost to Mukden. The
Russians having been reinforced have
recaptured several positions out of
which they had been driven. The bat*
te is still raging.

SENATORS NAVE A SISY DAY.









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The "MM Tea."
4at0 ItULY we can say agricul.
ture Is the great monarch,
and its interests should te
Fostered In every po ssible
COD M way.
If Hay ttax upon this important In-
dustry can be lifted without an Impnl-
It (erit of governmental revenues it c'r-
tallily sihouild he dolne, rand if eonltll-
utioi lines of Improved InIterinte hligh-
ways, as ll-gaed, will rcduse tlie "ruti
tx" n nd tihe c'osft of trn:,iolorlnttion of
fiirsn prodiiet's froi thi ftirrn to thhe
ilnrki't otr, Ihalf or one-third. titen
ssurtly StIs iiiii(rwov'l roanId oiigiht to
)he given the'l ngrlI ltIiiral In eiries.t with.
S ouit arguinint or delny,.
'We lives no ffiullt to fliad with Vinst
a lpproprnti'ions for pfsiiMioi Irrigintim
prl'iihrusN, sivilterwfay n inl rnllroand t. ,ut
It in n cry<.i sPhadinii that angrieniltuire,
ishe ius' iisrhli li tlntry, I ns sin'lrci ly
S e ,'iin lnotllie, nndi when It di'-niualnd oif
the Nntilonnl government t wvlint the In-
ivlilnil ominunitles are not nbloe to
lgve--continuoutlm lines of Improvedl
lulfwchnys-Its re(ijest should he an-
werPd by tlrgae np!)roprlntlons for
Sitilih continionls lines of Improved in-
ts'rtsnte rounds.
'Thin Nationi c.Illms to Ilnd In 'very-
thingr, nnd I think It dl.es, for we have
ithe hllggs t rivers, the biggi't trusts
ualnd( th, poore't rosnls on ti irthi.
MHiriely the Nntlonnal (iovernmienti
lshiil anlwys din thonrs 1lisig tlihtt
int ke for tlie .Nntlonnl wiltrre, nnd
liow 'mlld tflipe Nntlominl we;flrre. lie l't-
ter promoted than by tlih Ni'alolannl Ani
for coiltlniousll lInes of lmpnrovedil inter-
state highways?
By tnceh higthwny3 not otily will tranns
portntlon of finril prouliris lie a rentlly
fie'llitated, lbut Ptilv.l roimi I will nnkr
for a lIotter edltirntion., iliore movilnl Iarin
rellrltlis prrlvllesog, nitl In er very wny
tflail to Plevanl thie hlintrn'lter of onur
rurni populatilon, on whomr we, ans a
Nation, o InarKgly depenil.
How nabslrd It iseeomi when we are
told that the National (lovrnmnrilnt caH
spend $2.r),0(00,0(w to htaltl one canal
in I'ansma, and New York tante an-
other $l00,x000,000 for caitnl purposes.
hut that no money ann he npproprlnted
to aid the great Isit t'ry- nurliculture--
upon which the prosperity of the eln-
tire country nnd these sppcil Intereslt
* "-ts!
Were It not for the nirlenilltf'nl In-
: terests, cltnni, riverss. linrliorn aindl rnill-
roads awonild he pr'nctln Ily uiiNsleam, for
without the ilprodluin( of agrliv'lltir
there woukl lie little or nthiling for
tlrhm to trnnaporlt.
Thel Nntionnl (lovorrtmenit tins ex-
premled $4(K.,000.(N) In Iiiproving
wnrterwsnyi w while Iin 'islptnl tinil Intter-
ett It has nided rnllwIwn to tithe exti-nt
of $1:N,(NN), coullraii rnllronid Iillililn, InIu giveri
Iti'.(Mm },0(o ) InIlcr s of Ih |hliloe' Im ul,,
mlnkinIg i grnml total vulii, ulvinI fior
Iltlep osbj(l ec'ts of In t l, ha1 n 1 l h It: (N,-
(K).(NuI, bahe sid nl pplo t hitiiina for Irrl-
anllon i ms lii'ih eM lhIt the' iiltsal't tiIIly
bloqoin lia the lirosi.


All thlisee nppioprlntiloni warir mtanile
from tlie people's if iio ey. We t1i1iil no
fltilt hiecitie much nlp roplrilntloiio live
hl'esn idtile. for wae lapprive of t:iepn
aill, hut we do fil ll atilt h risI'Sm, their
ronsmlon r(onlt, lthe in ist important fn'-
toir nniniig tihm nital, whilh illt ken fIor
Natlonal prosrlprity, has b'eeni utterly
neglected.
Now abldeth wrterways. rallwitys
and hllhways, hct the grente rt of
these Is highways.
Rome would.h- I right minds ntauiimia
to say that Conigress hlis nlot lthe power
to authorlse oullnya for roni Ilnlprovis-
ment, because t he ('onitttullon does
riot allow such niprloprlinloins.
In answer to 'tiat statempit all we
have to smy Is lightt ('oliiugr-i anld ti'
Constitution weire crrentd ly th e pIolle
and for tie per lle. annd tliit liholli ('on.
gress and thle (onstitltion nri'. lniply
Instruments to do the work nlnl Iiddillng
of the people.
All the money hehl or receiveal by
the National Govterlnmeimnt is the ipeo-
ple's money, and do we not insislt tt
a man shall do whint ,ie wills Tvli lils
S own when free from Incumblranien??
Hsl the great sovelreigni peopllle les
rights than the Individuall
There are some thiid tl elmlist wlho
say the National (Government is niot
able to undertake thslI grind and necesn
aryt work of road Improvement.
History tells us that Moses sent spies
to spy out the promised land, and be-
cause the people listened to the advice
of tilid and heartless leaders, they
were doomed to suffer tie privations,
Jhardsilps and wanderings of the desert
fr forty long year*.
Bat a the brave, fareeing Josnua
S and Caleb affrmed that they were then
able to go forward sad poikes the
land promised to them and their
Ittber, a land lowing with milk and
oey, so we aSarm that our great
Oftermemt, with tbhe ranary of the
t -gi ts tMs poUs teo, ad with
Sift a the aget lU ta 6i 9ep, e m ew

a- asrm m -.


of improved interstAte highways may
he constreuted and that Ir should be
done at one, thereby saving the peo-
ple from longer remaining la this wil.
derness, this slough of despond, this
liquid morass, "of mud roads," with all
their attendant evils, loss and discom-
forts.
We demand that forthwith our lead-
ers take us over this Jordan which
hais tben such a bard road to travel to
tile lun flowing with milk nnd honey,
a land of benefits, the land of ednca-
tlon, the land of social and religious
privilege-s, the promised land where
r'ontinuouh lines* of Imprved inter-
Itale highways exist.-From a Speefb
Quoted in the New York Tribune.

I'alatium-riarel'y i*-* Value.
Ro numerous are tlhe uses of plntl-
liilit thlit it is easy to forget lion' amwill
are tihr. unalitlllies used for ench pnrtle-
IlrIr IpuIrpose, rad to get an exagger-
lnted Idl'n of thie iIalt I pIroildnietion of
tIis lo-iullirly preelotia mIetsl. As a
it5mitter of fuat, tiher In Iunthered of it
from tihe whole w,,rldl only between
101>0,199 anild 170.(00) oicDiess nlld of this
fiimotirit thI' t'liiti l Msi1 t(4t., despitile the
*xte'iit of lltn iiillner l we-lll, si llpill el
olily 110) orli'. iIn Il!J ,. SIld tlint vwasi
smil. oi slunce. more thlln 't prodilped
the yrur liefor-,l' The valtie of tile 110
oinli'ti, Wn )121i. T'lint Uwam our di-
rec'.t (lltput of plati1iin, t ut ndloait
three tlimr ni's Ilmtic van fpi ( ra ved a
lay-prodilllt of rertain iistiine in %Vyonl-
Ing. Itinshl Is l tihe gret plintltimlni
country, suIppl.ingl'l ninety per cent. of
nil tlih t is UIsedl, 1ti1l Iiost of tlie rest
linesns froiii ('olonhibln.
The Ellcftrinal Il-view, nulii niirizlng
Ithe o'IuingI rliport of tli ( ;eologlnl
Nutrvey, nyxf thinht the total viliite of
our pitiumiii IIniorlts iln )l1:; nsmiotintedl
to $2.'2,.ti, ::,1, wlhicih was distrliits'sh l i n
folloHw : I'Dlllallllfl'e Ilri-l, 0 12,1; (Kllin Sd
S'!N,I I ; I W'tl5,l lit I'r nlii ti fnil wire,
i;3M iouinil I 1,.511,)41; vsltses, retorts
ondl other flnpprntrisi. V(em"N' ;iDil parts
tlherefor filor l'IIenilD' I us' 1 .114,140;,
nrlicIlrs illnInII n tref d of Ilntinu ,
it;.,t.# Tihe prih' of pur i'latlntinull
ifi wholoe-fil, qinntDiIltcm t N wiv York
o.ltiillnelldl dlir:iK tihl wholly i of N1:t,
I1 dlirllig lle I4 inst sPYe ll Iiisltlis of
1112,. sit $ i111 in l ini I'. T'hi vnliie of
plHatiinan lies lit Its power of resistiin
lieat and Its mnanll atfinity for the other
'lernesits. It lac'.s both the Ileasuty
of gold nnd the rtreiigth of Iron, but Ini
its own pIl'ne' it lines no ssil)sttitite, anll
as it is extrPincly scarce its price re-
Iinlsis higli.-New York Tinmes.

The Countryl dltor.
Almost lite only smAll lIiIiitipems man
iwho aIll n hiiRgh the eneronchliDlutllts of
tile, ocItopus to sporn Is the editor naidI
iMvit'-r of a r('iintry weeklyi3, nys thli
lrooiklysn KEIlegl. L'ntll tile big dinly
efinn lild Ip'nc for the nIiwv.4 il)(niit Wihl-


ow .|Ians' tin tane'r hoonrdlers, tlie dloingsn
oIf Itrrinirr Hsithli's hired lnllii, anid the
oIlher itemns which lmitrolpoljitnt news-
plil pl r nfr t ito drti lpilNe. it will Int the
aite tIo talik iiwy li 'the cirtilntion of
thie 'niitrylil wvkly. So loig tins lihe
c'oiiIntry 'illt "r siiiiils lnili hi is ir'culn-
tI o Ih (* lli 'atriims his l rvertl giity l iiiler
lil own hiot II lilil n, tely i4 thet f riitner
1doi, ihos, c li''. re lr glllethr-s of it
liior.tgiage. IlM tiki'i irdhi rs fri'oii tlhe
p rliil y t .ililflt h ii I 1p li i tit l. i kio lilt lili',l
l1ill If h lin. tin ( r, i'rihil hl ii tl i pllt'. ty
hiheft.iliis i oiln to hlin w i i th defi eri-
(i'r(' wh' ,li I ni lyt hii g hiu ftt riighl l.
Tl'he weekly dltor doeiips it hlive a n
imnih mioni y IIn the isine (oi nr or
Ilie owner of n fintliory in lili iil'itll-
horhood,. hut hie In Jiist as muniistnhkalbly
onie of the l lig nleni In lil oni co'llniaunl
Ity. Alnd for hils rniodlera Inl coe lie


Ins s coniipensatlons whclh arte unknown
to most succes'sfull hlissi nliaas iiai. For
olte thn lie he inl tima to get n alunlinted
with his fanilly. The weekly paper
goes to press on Thirslaiy or I,'ridny,
unad the inatter which ought to lo
written on Moalny can I e left over
lintl Tiltesdy or Wednlesday In case
the clsod wife wnnts hbi tno drive her
neroas the hlll to visit the old folks.
Then when thle annunil ni'e ting of the
ilsorlatilon comes there Is no one's
Ipermiinllon to be nstked before deciding
to atte'indl. The most inecesniry for.
ininllty Is a goodt understanding with
the rallrondsl, and that Is ensy to the
editor w lio(ie circulation In vigorous and
vitlhout Intermittent press bents.

The Appetite of Nalo.
Never to lie forgotten were those
evein-inKt when we were lucky enough
to find neither Minister, ,ennator nor
IDeiputy. for In the presence of political
inen Victor litugo always seemed to me
sumelwhant stiff. when he warned to
his subject, let himself go as It were,
ntld his conversation took a natural
turn full of charm.
allow he would then have astonished
those who had represented him as be
Ing exceedingly solemn. in fact a poi
seurl If they had seen him so It iwas
doubtless due to themselves. perhaps
to the bumptious and self-opinlonated
he gave'llmself tbo air of q oracle,
but with poets. I repeat, he was ease
and simplicity-I might even say fa.
uilllarity-ltaelf.
At these dinners we could not help
admiring his formidable appetite. He
ate enormous plecm of roast meet. A
typical detail struck ae particularly.
At the ed of his meal he dipped
orange quarter tarto waler ad teo
them with marked 4aatactlne. Uer
thiag abet Vter i was extra.
^'I 7 ii-a1 i i


X4W"W Wheus W4 W&
The anml ef~ bIMa treet is
Me b*M"the POlM4i, s so More
mrtd tirs the fa Wmmoa
tMrt doM r11 fO to the am emao
bodlmet o sethe ty its oaly ref-
use. La aIu ag ae oomurred the
other day at O(etaut aad Jualper
streetL. A isl dirty white nmgMrel
ot the regular "board-yard" type had
taken It tattoo for protoetls at
the ofet ft a very large reserve who
was dinetlng traffic.
As the dog distracted his attention
somewhat be raved his stick at it,
but wafl Itcrouched submissivly at
his feet at this sign of displeasure at
would not go away. As people passed
it and nearly trod on It it would sneak
out of their way In a peculiarly help-
ses manner and kept continually get-
ting in danger of being run over by
trolley cars, cabs and wagons and on
occasions the complication of traffic
became so great that the dog had to
fte for Its life to the pavement.
But to the amusement of every one
who noticed the little comedy as soon
as it could It would r**turn anxiously
to the feet of the rese rve, for in spite
of his stick and his ntern look some-
how in its doggy brain It had worked
It out that 'here indeed was a friend
and by his side was safety from all
the annoyances that besEt the stray
dog in a city street.-Philadelphia
Press.

EXPLAINED).
"Excuse me," said 'the usher, "but
why do you prefer the first seat in the
orchestra?"
Well," replied tho young man In
glassee, "I take great interest In *tbe
first row of the chorus,"
"Indeed!"
"Yes, I am a bookkeeper and I like
to w e if the flguries are correct."-Do
troit Tribune.

IIUSINESb, &C.
The Aotor--Look hert, old man, I
wish you'd lend me live dollars in ad-
vance, and taku It ouit f my first
week's salary.
The Manager-But, my dear fellow,
Just suppo*'rw, for the make of argu-
ment, that I couldn't pay you your
first week's salary--where would I
be ?--,fe.


HARDENED.
The Moorish brigands had captured
Ine rich American and strung him up
by his thumbs. To their astonishment
he only smiled.
"Where did you larn to staLd suca
punishment?" asked the baruarlo
chief.
"I used to hang by a strap in the
street cars," said the captive, simply.
-Chicago Ntws.

A (;ltEAT LOSS.
The New ( ook--What time do you
have breakfast?
Mrs. HIighblower-At qeven thirty.
"Well. (l'ni sorry 01 can't be wid
ye."-Snairt Sit.


THE TRICKS
Coffee Plaly on ,4ome.
It ainrdly plias to Iluih before you
nire certnini of tl et, fcor It Is molin'tlties
hitmilllntin to thliik of nlfterwardsl.
"When I wiat a young girl I was a
lover of coffee., hlt wasr lck so nimuch
tli doctor told me to quit and I didl, but
nfter iny mnrriagr' iny hiusahnnd begged
ine to drink It gauin as he did not think
It was the coffee cnused tlhe troubles.
"So I commenced It agann and con-
tinnedd about 0 months until my stom-
nnh commenetl aenctig bad and choking
tin if I had swallowed something the
lsze of an egg. One doctor said It was
neuralgla and Indigestion.
"One day I took a drive with my hus-
hnnd three miles In the country and I
drank a cup of coffee for dinner. I
thought stre I 'would die before I got
back to town to a doctor. I was drawn
double In the buggy and when my hbs.
bnnd hitched the horse to get me out
Into the doctor's office, misery came up
in my throat and ientaed to shut my
breath off entirely, then left all In a
flash and went to my heart. The doc-
tor pronounced It nervous heart trouble
and when I got home I was so weak
I could not sit up.
"My husband brought my supper to
my bedside will a nice cup of hot
coffee, but I said: 'Take that back,
dear, I will never drink another cup of
coffeee If you gave me everything you
are worth, for It Is Just killing me.' He
and the others laughed at me and said:
"'The Idea of coffee killing anybody.*
S'Well,' I said, 'It Is nothing else but
coffee that is doing It.
"Is the gXrory one day my husband
was penraded to buy a box of Poetum
which he brought home and I made It
for dinner and we both tholithmwm
good It was but mad nothing to tbe
hires and they thought they had
dirsk ceffe unti we misused and told
them. Well, we kept on with Poetus
and It was mot long before the color
came back to my cbeeks aod I got
stout &ad felt as good ea I ever did hi
my Ilf. I have so maoe stomach treo
ble atd I kaow I owe t ad to Postu
lo pleeof test
"My b 1t1s baa -we Pob d bamL
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PREFERRED THJI DARK.
"See here, young man!" said her
father, "I always twr the lights oat in
this house by 10 'eloek."
"Ob, we'll have the parlor light out
before that," replied Mr. Nervey,
coolly.-Phladelpbhia Press.

ECLIPSED.
IHelen-"Was your bitterest hour the
thnie you discovered that your fiance
was flirting with some one else?"
Ellse-"No, It was when be dis-
coveredl thlnt I'd been doing the same
thing."--Detroit Free Press.

OF COURSE.
"DIo you supipoe."murmured thought-
ful Thlerese, "that insects have any
IseIsI of Ibauty'?"'
"Why. of cour se," replied frivolous
Ftntiie. ")Don't the moths always get
into the prettlent clothes? "-Pittsburg
Post.

A C.ASE OF VANITY.
"I wish .Tames would swoar off on
bis vanity."
'Is hie vs'ilin?"
"Valn: I hliould say hie Is vain!
iWhy. only ye'stoer4yiy he told me lie
thought hle was every bit as good look.
ing as I uit:"

IIE:'SBEEN IN IT,


Mias Flo-"Oh, Mr. Scrumson, what-
ever has happened to you?"
Mr. Scrumson-"It's nothing much.
Miss 'lo: only a kind of rash I get
every football season."-Scraps.

POSTING IIER.
IIilainndl-"What makes you yell so
Sthronur h the 'phone? Do you think tlhe
UIiaI'hII n iJ dleaf?"
S\\'ife-"No. but I want that wonain
In thl next ftat-to know tlint I have a
hoix 'f An.\eriaenn nlituty' roses. Shli
I Wr n out when they c('ate iu."-Detroit
F I'rce I'rtess.

I'RBAN BIGOTRY.
Silmbulin-"Oh, you nmay sHeer, if ytist
pleiiae, but let Iue tell you the denith
rat.t In lovely Swanmphurst is so low iss
to excite universal commentt"
('ltinann-"Yes? I suppose the univer-
anl coiniDient is that there are nailalty
Sfew lpeotle who would cre to be found
dead there."-P'hiladelphin Press.

NOTHIN(I TRIANGLE. .
Crnhbe--"I admit that I was pretty)
-ranky yesterday. Did the girls say
anything about it?"
VW e-"Oh. no.
('ralbe--"FuunLy they didn't notice
tny behavior."
W\'L--"lI don't suppose they saw any.
thliiig Itunusual about It.".-l'hiladelpnlu
I.edgfr.

LOOKING FOR CAPACITY.
"If'Int are you wrtitig, little boy?"
naked the old gentleman.
"Chrlitman letters," responded the
yroingi'ter. "One Is to Santa Claus."
"But you have two."
"Oh. the other is to the fat lady in
the museum asking if she would loan
sue one of her stockings to hang up."-
Chicago News.

MIGHT BE WORSE.
Miss Passay-"She talks so outrage-
ously. 1he told me I was nothing but
a hopeless old maid."
Miss IPepprey-"Whew !"
Miss Passay--"Now. wasn't that un-
ladylike of herr
.uss Pepprey-"It certainly was
rude. Still. It's better than having be
tell lies about yo."--Philadelphia Pub-
lie Ledger.


COULDN'T B3 SPARED.
"I'd like to get a large -usetac cup,
plain white, without any giding or
ornameatatem," aid the customer
"We aren't ay of that ktld In
trk." saeusman the mklea, atte
as tI eet- m e of elve
"Thaess o I ysr ftt wotlw.
rm te t- t


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the United States 230,000 p OGreat
Britain 184,000. None of The other|
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LtRS for each and every case of CATArrI
that cannot be cured by the use of HALL'e-
CATABHna CUCr. FANK J. CHasar.
Sworn to before me and aubseribed In my
Presence, this 6th day of Decem-
BAL. ,1..1).,1886. A. W.GLEASN
I IE NXotary Publio.
i all's Catarrh Cure l taken Internally, and
acts directly on the blood and muooous sur
faces of the system. Bend for testimonials,
fre,. F. J. CasirT & Co., Toledo, O.
Hold by all Druggists. 75e.
Take Lall's Family Pills for constipation.
A New BManking Bytem.
A new banking system which enables
persons to make deposits of twenty-five
cents and upward, Interest being al-
lowed when the amount lodged reaches.
$5, was adopted by the National Bank
of Ireland recently. The bank has sev-
eral branches in Lendor

CUTICURA GROWS HAI


SeI Cleati d of Dandru and Hair Bs-
stored by One Box of Cutlersr aad
Ome Cako of Catleasea o,.
A. W. Taft, of Independence, Va., writi
under date of Sept. 1S, 1901, say: "I have
had falling hair and dandruf for twelve
years and could get nothing to help e.
Finally I bought one box of Cuticurs Oina
ment and one cake of Cutieura Soap, sad
they cleared my scalp of the dandruff aad
stopped the hair falling. Now my hair is
growing as well as ever. I highly prise
Cuticra Soap as a toilet sap. signedd)
A. W. Taft, Independence, Va."
Brail's foreign funded debt exceeds S,
000,000.


r


TWO CHRISTMAS PRESENTS.
"Oh, let me show you what a beau-
tiful preaent my dear, goo, darling
of an old husband gave me," said the
happy wife to some Intmates who
called. "Therel What do you think
of that for a masking cloak? It cost
$'100."
"Peletly lovely I" all emremd i
chorus, wle Miss Corlessmy asked:
"Aad what did you give bier
"Oh. the loveliest little pewilpe
yeo ovr aw."--NoW York? r a. -

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It would maha a urloos book if the
adventures f th* oluntners who went
to South Afriae to fight for the Boers
could be eolloeted and published. The
case of some oL these m were real-
ly pathetlw Many of them were left
without, sas to return to America.
A ooalsrable number went to
Louene Marques In Portuguee terrl-
tory, a m erably poor, unprogressve
colony. A good many made their way
northward Into German Bast Africa,
where some settled as colonists, and
others roved about for a while as hunt-
ers and explorers.
Among the latter was a young
Scotch-Irishman, Norval McClure by
name, who hailed from New Jersey,
near Newark. In company with a
German botanist, named Ludwig
Preuss, and an Arab raise (captain) of
a dhow, or coasting vessel, McClure
went prospecting in the Livingstone
mountains, where they one day dis-
covered a vast cave.
S To reach the entrance of the cavern,
they scaled the smooth face of a cliff,
oy means of a rude ladder thirty feet
long, which they improvised from
poles and tough vines.
jf The opening was a nearly circular
hole, seven or eight feet in diameter,
and led back Into solid rock for about
sixty feet. At the farther end of this
singular natural corridor they came to
a vast, dark room, which gave back
portentous echoes to their voices. Mc-
Clure, who had brought up a few
spllnts of dry, resinous wood, now
made use of them as torches. The
first large room was fifty-one paces
in length by twenty-two is width; and
the roof was so lofty as mot to be
visible by the light of the smoky
torches.
The most Interesting feature here
was the presence, nearly iridway, of
two enormous carved stones which
may onee have served as altars for
prehistoric religious rites. Pottery
shards were also found scattered about
the floor, which was so uniformly
smooth as to suggest that it had been
made so by human labor.
Passing on from i...s room by an
arched aperture at the farther end,
tnry came into a succession of three
smaller low rooms, nearly lied with
recently formed stalactites hanging
like marble Icclles from the roof. It
was with difficulty that they were
able to creep through them and pau
When he had gone the little party
on to a drier and more open portion
of the cave. Here they went through
two other large halls, one of which
had eleven enormous stalactite la a
row like large Doric olamns, all
S stained dark red; the limewater was
probably Impregnated with oxide of

Next beyond this hall of the col-
umns, they came into the largest
apartment of all, ascending to it by a
curious stairway, wh',: beyond doubt,
had been fashioned by hdman hands.
Here the explorers felt a warmth In
k marked contrast to the chill of the
other portions of the cavern. As to
the sis or eutat of this apartment
they were una' to Judge, except
from the echoes; for the torches which
McClure had brought were now all
burned but two, which he held In re-
serve, ig finding the way out.
The Arab rals, however, proposed
that they should remain where they
were, Wlile he sent his servant. a
black Uasibar sailor, named Cute.
back to the entraae to brlin more
spllnts; this being aeed o, one of
the r hlils tolrdms wa lighted and
the ba deeptchedo oa ahs errand.
of thita sat down to wait; butr a


their gsa grew actomad to the
,darkasm MeClura daseraed a feat
hgeam e paloe Ubt. apparently far
S away sred the other eand the
cave was ao aur at last that
thoe hole leading out to de-

Soistn-stlm* toward It. sra1
webs' the oor save sham sw *
mo y twwaft IL

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the samer an that received by all the
other Madaao mialsters-namely Il
NO trouble a year--& able beliag 44
edwa-be a harme viam of M.000
roubles Is annually put at the disposal
of the miatialar of the iathrior, of
which be is ast C11116 an to readerr
any account. This Is In addition to
the or-dunm secret aw"Ce moey, 00
ammant of which Is ~Icially ualim-
Ited. Asomer malalletr who *toil
M Oi~itim to his salar its the M18o-
fame f fiamee wbo Is aid a ps e t.
4W, remain 4womatin to 60.000
rambks a year, an &U sapai taxes
and debts to the Cm.n which he may
"mod la o maeriny dafte his term
41 041M. U is So"WOMWI th" *we@
9 a SIOMW Shold how la t 0 Wt to
OWl br, aho m emahia hi ash" is
PMd to bin for nib. Waverea lrrw
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reatures. It seemed to McClure, too,

faintly shining points all about. But
although the exloes reqentl a
"s, whes he saw tha dol gw ofa
a toreh tr away ona .the de thm
whtob tho tehad cohe It rmw the
nothing lorh ute, rainy. a with
oe trabapta for torchs.w
8Svral times as they had come
through the lofty room they had no-
tded low, snapping sounds, sacom-
paied by a vtgue stir as of living
creatures. It seemed to McClure. too,
that he caught glimpses of minute,
faintly shining points all about But
although the explorers frequently
topped to listen, they had determined
nothing with certainty.
The Arab captain now called out to
his servant to advance slowly and
mind his steps. But the Zanzibari,
being probably frightened, rushed to-
ward the sound of'their tolces, with
the result that a moment later he
fell headlong into one of the chasms
in the floor. As he went down he
uttered a frightful yell, and that
single loud cry appeared to act as a
note of invocation to all the uncanny
spirits of the cave.
Instantly there broke forth a chor-
us of wild, harsh shrieks, a snapping
and clacking as of a million jaws and
beaks, a strange, hoarse squeaking as
of ten thousand rusted hinges, and
a deafening burst of noise like rum-
bling thunder in subterranean vaults
The three explorers, who had start-
ed to hasten to Cufe's assistance, were
suddenly overborne and pushed bodily
backward down the steep descent to-
ward the hole by a rushing torrent
of furry bodies and madly flapping
wings. It was only by the utmost
exertion of their strength, lying face
downward and clutching at crevices
and angles of the rocky floor of the
passage, that they saved themselves
from being carried, out at the hole
and hurled Into the abyss below.
The strange winged creatures were
bata, as large as barn fowls, of a spe-
cies hitherto undescribed. (Cufe's
torch, or his shriek as he fell, had
startled them from their roosting
places on the walls and roof of the
ave, and set them flying out. For
more than twenty minutes the out-
wad flight of the bats continued
without abatement.
The men dared not stir or lift their
heads, since the flying bodies were
constantly hurtling past so close as
to graze them.
The living torrent slackened after a
time and gradually ceased. Then Mc-
Clure and his two compaaions made
their way cautiously back into the
large, dark room from whith the bats
had emerged, shouting to Cufe. Ob-
taining no answer, they lighted their
last splint and made hasty search for
him. The narrow chasm Into which
he had fallen looked very deep.
Again and again they shouted, but
got no response. They dared not
linger lest they should be lost in the
darkness of the cavern; they beat a
hasty retreat, reaching the first of the
lofty rooms Just as the splint was
consumed. From this room they had
literally to grope their way to the en-
trance.
The sun had already set when they
emerged from the cavern, and before
more torchwood aould be prepared, a
pierce squall, acompaiuled by light-
ning and thunder.- swept the moun-
tainside. But they at last procured
another armful )f splints and re-en-
tered the cave, to renew the search
for the missing Zangtbarl. The chasm
proved to be very deep. Splints
dropped into it fell sheer down for
forty or fifty feet. The explorers were
unable to find Cufe, who had undoubt-
edly been killed outright.--Youth's
Companion.

Russian Ministers' Salaries.
The salary attached to the post of
minister of the interior in Russia is


tato- New&.
akoo AgILM As


1001101M .i filenotoy NSo Word

Life n 9 MW- awy out M Me P lorlda Sti
platsew"hno i6 mthe at&0 time..%
there 16 a O~ng ?W obsor *0 yeL4ope
Or TW the silnt vmotony, to cer- 004 Cle"ktal kMOG
tailkly ellos to trot prlluelples. When
the Con waves on thousands of acre Th* jesse coistrcti for Florida's
ir when t" plao is a-*@ with grow. felogy convicts were let at Tallabas-
Ing wboate then to something to 10. mos Yaro Int. The state vW receive
tOTOet the, lod-ouse dwellers, but $207 per *car for each felony convilct
fbv= Octobw to May so class of Intel- In the state. Thin Includes men, wo-
ftuat Americans liv monO dr*&ry MOU Ad boys, and is by ftr the high.
live than thas, Onlt wonder what aft igun ever recived by a state for
livelihood. what futur prosperity or oqalllet tabor.
PIMuure an reay a man and wife to S'lorida pgrofited by the uuu
live In such huge smenes& The OC Oootgia, Nbow convilcts wre leased
$hitting clouds by day and a sky of was Um %o. The'price paid for
600 star@ at night are for weeks at a the Ghorgl& prisoners was the high-
time the only eights to be seen. Yet
some of the most contented and asi-ea ~rddu o htd#e n
Inrg People we have ever seen are menmie b tevleothcnim
and women who live amid such flt has increaed materially, as Fnorida's
surroundings and dead solitude for fiure@ show.
years. Illoria has about 1,100 felony con-
To realize in how primitive and soli- vfCts, including the boys and womencr
tary a fashion people can live and be so that the sum realized by the state
happy, one has only to Imagine a man will &Mount to considerably more than
and wife In a sod-house, 16 miles from $200.000.
the nearest village, in one of the The felony convicts of Georgia. when
sparrsely settled dimtricts of western they were leased to private persons
Nebraska or Kansas. For days, and and corporations, brought $225 per
In somi seasons for weeks, they so* man. but the state in required to fui
no human being outside of their own nish guards. It costs approalmately
household. Even begging Indiana and $60 per annum to guard and care or
tramps are almost unknown In thistepimos hl nggdi h
country. Prairle dogs cast up their
wounds and found towns in the uu- comps of p private Individuals_ and or-
molested spots about the place: goph- DOrltions, sc Oat. tha aidt' price r.-
ers and field mice burrow through the celved by Gleorgia amounts to just
sod walls of the house, not Infrequent- $165 per man.
ly snakes owing themselves down In other words, Ilorlda will receive
from the rafters inside, or crawl in at $43 more for each convict than does
the door to get at any milk pans the state of Georgia. The Florida
standing itiout. At night coyotes and lease contract makes It incumbent
some of the Cray wolves come up updh the lessee to maintain the tamps
through the canons and skulk about and employ the guards.
the poultry yard or howl close to Florid* "es all claim upon her
the windows. Through th 'e day, while convicts when sh-e leaves them, but
the an s i thefiedsthe erdng eorgia retains her original claim and
usually falls to the woman's lot. Prob- l el h evcso h ra
ably each takes a noon luncheon in0
a paper, to save coming back to the oes
house until night.
The woman attends to her neces- Cotton Iituation In Alachua
sary household duties, throwsa a gun- The long staple cattes market at
nysarck over the bronco's back, jumps Gainesville during the past few days
astride, rounds up her cattle, and ban been quite lively, reminding one
drives them down the canyon to graze that the height of the seasn might be
on the ste~p sides or In a low strip be- on. Dutton A Co., who are awong the
aide a creek. Canyons are not so largest cotton buyers and jr1nners in
cable places; one can scarcely have a the statoo, have shipped recently sev-
conception of the primeval unless he eral hundred bales to Savannah and
has walked through a canyon; heesenmres wihbogtgo
thinks of the dawn of creation, of the Pie.Ti r ~lhsi trg
maesa of extinct mammoths. and wo-svea nnrdbaewhc he r
ders it centuries have not merely re- holding for an advance. tey a
tired Into the Inner caverns. Vhtbldn mtn dvne
the sod-house woman thinks about all Hon. W. 0. Robinson. manager of
day long In solitude llk% that Is hard the cotton department. and who In
to tell--probably the mortgage on the probably the best posted man on the
farm, disease among the stock. the situation In the state. announced that
prospects of crops, Lsc time when they Indications point to a large acreage
can put up their frame dwelling, the next season.
hard, unadortned facts in the tread- The farmers of the muinty recelveti
mill of her life. new plaw4 for the frirly gr)Od priceR for their product,
work. work, work, which is tier volle and arp encouragedn to the extent that
law of existence. Perhapsf she has they will plant heavily the coming
wernorien of another t1'- 3, other su~r- Feamon. Mtr. Robhinson atiggeotiq the
roundingse. bnt they must seem vagure early planting of cotton. an e b#%
and far away. Even the weather Is eemIwil atrtobtrad
monoonos--the IsPraticllyat-vantage andi yield more prolificoly,
ways the clotidless sky,- the brilliant SvrlIlnesacpe i (vr
sum. the strong, dry wind that ctirls
the le~aves of the young con and turns last year. with the~ result that they
the buffalo grass brown. were eminently successful with their
Wrtng on the dreary plains and crops.
amild much monotony. with never a
thing to appeanl to one's aesthetic, a&- At. Tampa J11(igp, J. B. Wall rendvr
cial or literary natun% is waoxing up- ed his decision In the slot Machine
,,n mnst amflars- even if they ars con- Lahbeam cdirms. se gAv" n o.- __


down by Prof H. W. Conn. professor the IA~ulmvllle and Nashville rallroad..
of oolow is Weelem Universiy: The trees are the long leaf yellow pineo
Mat the r1ghU kinds and quantity variety. This vast foreat Is to be con.
of food. Wad at SWIM11111 times. w ertod Into lumber under the man.
The food should always be well mas- agement of Mr. Smith, who ban bad a
Ucivte& large experience In this connpction.


Tan" arnd the Mote Fair.

fair. In Tamps next winter In
not with the approbatloq_of
sent men throughout the state,
Intret In the movement Is Ine
Inc.
T. J. L. Brown, who ablycodt
the South Florida fair' last year, ft
pushing the now "store with ohara&
terlstle energy, "bd has received swl
'suraaceo of support Itrom mrW"
sources; and a number of letters havo
been received b r persos desiring to
purchase stockr In the Florida State
Midwinterr Fair Association. a charter
for which wai applied for seeral
weski ago.
Interest In the movement In Increa
od by reasn of the marked success
attending the South Florlds. fair, thO
attendance aud character of exhibital


of which were superjor'
hithorto held in Florida.
ied to Include,, not only all


to any fait~
It is Intend-
the counties


In Mrort"r, but also Cuba and otbO
Westt Indian Islands In the movement:
and steps towards Safftin the lattof
end wore taken several weeks ro
with encouraging resilts.


Colonies @sing Planned.


It to announced that several colo-
,ales willl be established In Florida and
I eorgia along the line of the 0900
,gIa. Florida and Alabama railway,
'son an possible, special Inducement$
being offered people In Ohio, Virglait
and North Carolina, to settle'aloag th*
line to engage particularly In tobace6
land truck farming. a
Decatur, Early, R~ndolph, Miller an&
C*Ihoug eouttles is Gorgia ad Gad*-
den, Loois $jd Ptilll coultles 1A
Inorlds aft those' Uk Which it If d*
signed to establishi the settlers.
For some of the propowd 0010aelb
arrangements have already bedd, Vad+
Oso colony will be ton m~es nnrth 4*
13sinbridg. Ga., 4ad anoter several
ialles south of there. Another is to bf
10 miles north of Tallsbassee and stil
another on lAke Jackson In Flatids.


The customs collections tor tha Dolt
Of Tumpa continue to $bow *a.~
preclable Increase each month. hm
February cusrtoms duties wom $Ill.-
064.02. and for the same month last
year they were $108,863-45. The nreve
nuecollections for the paA mouth
show almost as largo an Increae, tbose-
for February, 1905, being $49,11"43,
while for the same period In 1904 thow
wer~cre $45,006.17. The volume of but
ijessr In the federal departments shows
an Equally gratifying Increase. and the
general business of tbq city Is said by
the merchants to bie the best in its
history.


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ITen years at hard labor In the stato
penintendapry. was the sentenoe Imposed
upon Jacob Brown to the criminal
court at Jacksonvilleo by Judge John
W. DWcie. Browa lo the negro wbo
wass arrvated for cutting Homer Vus4.
aa evaylo)Y of the Sarks ohowsrwhichb


were in Jacksonville a short time &SX
The negro was trying to steal into'
Ithe show under the canvas when Bush
'caught Win. The negro later drew a
'knife and Ptabbed Bush.

J. S. Giddens, formerly treasurer
(if Hilllsboro county. and xK), one
ofl the leading spirits In the Ameri-
can National Bank of UImpa, IL" sold
,film handsome home& and orange grove
,on Nebraina avenue to Eugene Holt-
,singer of Nashville. Tenn.. for $25.000
i canh. The property Is one of the most
eligibly locate(I around Tampa, and
ccomprisesr twenty acres. It In aid
that the pow owner will sub-divide t
Into residence lots.


No overeatng nor excessive drink-

Do not SM too, often am too great a
variety at the same maS&L
Do not take cold liquds s as to
chinl the staucmk SW dftk too Inuch
With food.
Do not spit on the ftw..
Do put the ftM IN the Mouth.
Do Not wet the ftpm In tU South
for the verow of twift the Waves
09 8 book, *@Po@Mft lMr 100811m. lo
as much GO ws MO Srrm~
the MMEA-mm- 69 melmos ria.I~~~
Do put PWASW IN-Ow 01106h.
=,MIS %*w SPWL--r
WI fts ough
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lrst Sulnday, morning at about#
o'Owkc the Tampa poll(!* had a lively
fight with nexro galmblers In whichr
one 4 f the latter was killed and ale.
other wounded In the leg1. Beall~w
the two men shot. the oflcers captured
slz prisoners and later In the day
tea more were twmud ensfted In a
crap game In a box car on the A*
i Militi Coas Line, In the heart ot
Sthe city. *ad were arrested.


Letters patent have been INsued to
the Standard ft~rtilizer Company of
Oalneavllle, a corporation ortanized
with a capital stock of 175,000. The
general nature of the business to be
trainsct~ed by this empar #b sall be
to buy. manufacture. sll and barter
ebomical fortUlson and so* legiti
mate bualnen s peurtains thereto.

Tanips emtcllnan to break ts pro
vieva rewd ftr elar ehpownts 7%
sumber mt out the Pat vm* was I.-
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the --,- W -1 1 the -M"W I


0109 Of tb boilers of the J&GkgW
vIUS Ofty *1M1ic light works sap"
led SWMAY ADOMOM at 4. 0-clodt.
Instantly killing"' John Davis. the n&
ffft Orems. and fauay injuring cow
trb m Ph W. miles, mhe -Wjlb 0.
t b* Am"Ic 1Igt pbgt. MW 91 *
Waterworks plant. wtrehjcbII
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USn CW bn euvehUa we-~
hwmet Ow our vadess adeuas,
Wher 33M m ud~ftlyeted a"
mlinD7 Opinked 3n asahpack-
ao -awmw 1" Oan"V w- 6ft
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mefte. te. UOM COWFVvmaohe
you a pu" mmd 01m. as whem
I as* t Setr. SodMlW in
.0 00 M.paeeage.
Lion-head on every package.
Save these Lion-heds for valuable premiums


WOOIBON bPIOCE O., Toledo, Oio.


Slnee 1840 the world'u production of
meat bas been Incresed ffty-sevn
per cent and grain four hundred ad4
tvwnt per cent.


VERY FEW IF ANY
CIOARS SOLD AT d
CENTS COST AS
MUCH T6 MANUFACT-
URE. OR COST THE
DEALER AS MUCH AS



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YE8, INDEED.
The Peaulmist-It costs a great deal
*more to live noweways than it used
to.
The Optimist-Well it's worth IL--
rauck

FROM MISERY TO HEALTH.
A Promml t Club Woe. K assess CIty
Weler a s Thaok Deon's KidMey F llls
oe g at Qie Coar.
Miss Nellie Davis, of 1210 Michigan
avenue, Kansas City, Mo., society lead-
S er sad club wom-
an, writes: "I can
Snot say too mucb
Inpralseof Doan's
Kidney Pills, for
they effected a
complete cure in
a very short time
when I was suf-
fering from kid.
1aLL.a DAYvI. ney troubles
brought on by a cold. I had severe
palns in the Ijack and sick headaches,
and felt mieerable all over. A few
boxes of Doan's Kidey Pills made me
a well woman, without an ache or
pain, and I feel compelled to recom-
mend this reliable remedy."
(Signed) NELLIE DAVIS.
A TRIAL FREE--Address Foster-
Mlllurn Co.. buffalo, N. Y. For sale
by all dealers. Price 50 cents.


IN A NEW YORK COAL OFIC3.
Telephone Ckrk-Dr. Depew Just
ordered ten tone of coal sent up to
his house, but he didn't say what als.
I shall have o call him up ano ask
him.
Bookkeeper-Nonssasel He wants
gbtatnut coal, of course. "e

Taylor's Obh(okee Remedy of 8weet Gum
and iullea eto Watrns great remedy-Cu-r
Oonghs, Colds, Oroup aad Consum pton,and
all throt aand lung troubles. At drugelts,
Mo.., 0o. sad 1. O per bottle
In 8pali a man who .eooes the fathl
of a large family reeelvm a title.
Toe Co a oeM Ia ONme rW
T1akl e La tive I QuMali TaMets. Al
drutnte o i am"sF it U l to e.m
1C. W. O e'o il{naturM t oIs faex. Ue.
A doctor ha. discovered that you
take the gold cure for pp--.- *.,
Kr. Winslow's Ioothlag Syrup fore.hfdrs
teethiagr, often the mas, reduesmInflamm
tion,allay pals, e tree wind eollU, I.abottle
Cubah's immiagion lat year was 20,000.
Three fourths were Fpaniards.
lamiarer'lIo's']ore torOonusuampt osaved
my lif there yar ago. -MM. Tnou a ioa*
rax. Maple St.. Norwleo, N.Y.., rob. IT, ISJ
Most Japanese ofcers and many of the
men can lack Rumsan.
A Ouretesee4 awe w s ries
Itching, baed. Bleeding or
Piles. Drugists will remlfd mo ey
Ointment fall to cure i 6 to 14 dage.
Walking sticks were the fashie n i
reee. ___
Itch eured in 30 minute y Wooblr
Ranitary Lotion. Never v ls.
drulg ets, Ml. Mail orders M O"4
by Dr. D h6M. CrCwfor U
Crowds o RIaa refuge now wader
-about Lomdon.
Ioeesest Weat.
Palmr strain of d t Wheat o the kI d
whieh la-he o 1 4n tie
Sbntn a m
that terrible
ito mret me bV se uCo s

tells a sbout it.


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That you want LION COFFEE always, and he,
being a square man, wili not try to sell you ay.
thing else. You may not care for our opinion, but
Whal Abedt e UMaMd Jlagmt dl MaL
of houakeepern who have used LION OOirkJf
for over a quarter of a century ?
Is there any tronm r proof of meri, thn the


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' UNWORKIS FIELDS OF WEALTH.
Thio Earth's tOre of Riehe S0till
Intact in Fbulewi Quantitles,
Ia spite th e normousa nroads
amde oP this rUthe great store of
Sweat, dloosdea, gold, oil, gas, coal,
Iros and other materials, recent In-
v".tlatlons have bpulsht to light the
latereatin fact that treasure ilds
containing fbulos wealth *tl re-
main ltatet.
IntatlsatonsI have proved, for is-
ssanee, that hue areas of the floor
of the paile are strewn thick with
lamene dplsits of nodauls of pure
manease. Ionvet a practical and
eooonomal method of recovering it
and the Individual who doer jo will
at otte become rich bey 'ad the
dreams of avarice.
The most crying need to-day Is a
substitute for Pars rubber. It is cer-
tain to be discovered sooner or later.
Celluloid and oidlifed linseed oil are
useful for some purposes for which
rubber is used, for cycle and automo-
bile tirrereal rubber is the only mate-
rial with the necessary elasticity. The
inventor of a bubstltute would soon
become a millionaire.
Mallleable glass was manufactured
and used by the Romans nearly 2,000
years ago. But the secret has been
lost. It seems odd that no one in
thie age of mechanical progress has
been able to discover the method or
manufacturing a tough and unbreak-
able glass. Whoever suceeds in do-
ing so and making the discovery eco-
nomically useful will reap a groat re-
ward.
Real photography in colors is still
an open Sold and offers boundless
opportunities for the inventor. In
smaller matters, too, the list of wants
unsupplied is endless. Jewelers, for
instance, are still quite without any
safe method of fixing pearls on Jew-
elry, such as rings, where the gems
are mounted without a surrounding
setting.-London iChronlcle.

Beyond Reason.
A Scottish singer named Wilson,
who was being trained for profes-
llonal work, sang a love-somg with
exquslite quality of voice, but with In-
sufficient passion and expression.
His teacher told him he must put
more feeling into It, and sing as if
he were really in love.
"Eh, man," he replied, "hoo can I
do that and me a marriet man?"-
London Tit-Blts.

Governor Sparks, of Nevada, and
some other wealthy men Intend to
establish an oasis In Death Valley,
seventy-fve miles south of Goldfeld,
for the benefit of travelers. Artesian
wells will transform it and it Ib to
he stocked with game.

VITflpermanently ou re. No fits or nervous*
eessafter nft day's un of Dr. Kllte's Great
MerveRestorerftrial bottleand tretise free
Dr.B. H. HKLia, Ltd., al9Arab Ht.,Phila., Pa.
Nearly all the crowned neads of Europe
eem to be great hunters.


A ol a, m e 0.. 2? a ATLANTA.
t ww IIDI pu 0; t alnrIttl/ dLM's
rorfmr dsires. ull Iustrueoasmseate by mall rtr
St. Addrew, lJ.W.Vweadrlbmvem.TMvawrm.Fla. 100 words per minute In Jyrna ISoritad La
seven to twelve weeks. Bookkeeptng wttbout
Atl0-'O) thory. Write for estate e.,.A ainl. ee.
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Great German


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'.* Beet Borae to Cross on mall Smebb a Mamr
KVKYV COLT A HIOH-CLAAs oxN.
The Coming horse for the souih Our lut Importation of
10 t tallion arrived Feb. Juth. All Btlltons raranteed; lib.
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Baking Powder
Buy Good Luck Baking Powder. In so oing you get
the most of the .urist baking powder at the seisl ed ad
Purthermore, if you willve the po pae tht you will
find plainly printed on IA 1"d of each can, you can get
the beautiful premiums we ae now offseig. Cut out these
coupons. They are valuable. It takes but a few o them to
obtain some of the numerous useful gift on the premium list.
A little book inside of every can expans all about the
prem-ui It shows a picture of each gift and tells just how
many coupons are required to get them. Don't al to save the
coupos. Take a delight is your baking and ascre some of the
charting premiums.



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M obt abut t ma s h"a hwe o. mm ahyleg
some other himtat was not am ~ t L reh les
Whee buying OOt Leek nd'f* ad omelr the a es oga
bwed from n g e. Roemberm Od aL eek neIm luI a
preiet. If year me dl t Goa" Lu&h, sand as amm d a e
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to PerwM. "-C. E. pA w

Suferd rom Catarrb *fKrdses
Threatened With NwMo ollapN,
OaI by h*-r-na.
Mr. F. B Richards, N000 Street, N. W.,
Washington. D. C., War Correspondent,
writes: ",lactly six ears ago I was
ordered to Cuba as staff correspondent of
the New York Sun. I was in charge of a
Sun Dispatch boat through the Spanish-
American War. The effect of the trop-
ical climate and the nervous strain showed
plainly on my return to the 8tMtee. Lmi-
ude, depression to the verge of melan-
cholia, and incessant kidney trouble made
me practically an invalid. This undesir
ble condition continued, despite the best'of
treatment.
"Finally a brother newspaper man, who
like myself had served in tha war, in-
duoed me to give a faithful trial to Peruna.
I did so. In a short time the latitude
left me, my kidneys resumed a bihethy con-
dition, and a complete cure wa effected.
I cannot too strongly recommend Peruna
to those suffering with kidney trouble.
To-day I amiable to work as bard a at
any time in my life, and the examiner for
a leading insurance company pronounced
me an 'A' risk."
In Poor leath Over Pour Tonr
Pe-tn-na Only Iemedy of eal Benefit
Mr. John Nimmo, 215 Lppincott St.
Toronto, Can., a prominent merchant of
that city and also a member of the Masonic
order, write:
"I have been in poor health generally
for over four years. When I aught had
cold last winter it settled in the bladder
and kidneys, causing serious trouble. I
took two greatly advertised kidney reme-
dies without getting the desired results.
Peruna is the only remedy which was


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in my system."
Pe-rau- Contains No 0 aroottS
One reason why Peruna has found per-
manent ue in so many bhomn Is tat it
contains no narcotic of any kind. rPru"
is perfectly harmless. It ean be uaed ay
length of time without acquiring a drug
habit. Peruna does not produce temporTar
results. It i* permanent in it effect.
It haa no bd effect upon the srtea ,
and gradually eliminates catarrh by rn-
moving the cause of catarrh. Ther e a a
multitude of hores where Peruna has been
used off and on for twenty ears. SUd
a thing could not be possib if PeSno
contained any drugs of a narcotic nature.


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u"Too ate ,,is the bo t e iureo


The rafe of meom rea "on tUme."

themeive and have

We pr o Minutes, Pamplets,
Stationery, Cards-anyh- gto be print-
"ed-id we do it A ad it wai
be time apom to ri. w-d ever
tomorrow mayor, a hand chief





ofpolice, and handsome policemen, all
Onl sized ad pem of health.




Won't Tal" hasse tbe In It now.
The ygs of mny now has a force of
oroaniied a military eomrny among



themsve and have ae t o Mr.
We print ok M BPampleta,



eSttio ryt, Carde-anyt to be print-
ed-and were on to nwf the ou and
at time to all w drove veh

Mr. Charles G. Myer hans puechaie
Won't T llhae.- be in it now.


The comfortable rene he has a force of
hands, under management of Mr.
Bert Estmran, lowerfat the gas eain,
which were on top of the ground and a
nuiaance to al wio drove vehicles.
p Mr. Charles G. Myers has purchased
the comfortable remdne he haa been
occupying for a long time the late Col.
Fisher homestead, on Clinton street
and will add improvements to it.
It is not our intention or expectation
to run anybody out of business or occu-
py the entire field of endeavor for our-
selves. We shall be quite satisfied with
a fair share of the people's patronage.
Will you not give us that?
If you believe in fair and honest com-
petition as the life of prosperous busi-
ness of all kinds, you will be glad to see
another newspaper in Tallahassee, and
will show your feelings b sending us
your subscription to The True Demo-
c it.
nd now let it ever be Capt. Jack
rnnson. He is heavy-weight on our
ice force, and will see that good or-
er is kept and all laws are upheld and
enforced iA this city. Won't he look
fine, though, in his new uniform and
br 'h1 buttons.
Ttwas impossible for us to make a
full canvass of the city and county for
ads. for this issue, being crowded with
work. We will see every business man
in the county however, within the next
few days and hope every one will give
us something encouraging.
Mr. F. C. Gilmore is pushing work on
a nice new dwelling between is home
and the Libby property on the western
corner of the same block, which he pur-
chased not long since and turned into a
neat, attractive, and comfortable cot-
tage, now occupied by Mr. Lute.
Contractor L. D. Lowe is putting the
finishing touches on Capt. K. ulli-
ken's handsome home, has work under
wty on a comfortable cottage for Mr.
John A. Stewart, and will soon begin
work on a nice residence for Mr. D. C.
Anderson at his place about one mile
northeast of the city.
Baked Turnips.-Wash and pare a
good-sized turnip, and then cut in croJs-
wise slice about a quarter of an inch
thick; boil until tender, but not too soft;
tnen remove carefully, and place in a
uan with a spoonful of butter, three
t uiljspoontuls of water and a little salt
a id lake until a nice brown. When
done pl.ce in a vegetable dibh and cover
with melted butter. Serve hot.
Russian Salad.-Cuc the tops from
firm, juicy oranges, scrape out the puip
and jLice and set the shells in cum
w.ter. Add chopped apples, celery .ai
nj.s to the orange mixture, si in a
gxKd mayonnaise ais"UNJg, and nil 1 he
.-..leis ase' draining the water iro.i.
hem. Cover with the dressing, set
ay to cool, and serve on a plait with
c ed ice and sprigs of parsary.
( ;Rice Snow. -Soak enough rice tomake
a ,upiul when boiled. Plce a quart of
milk over the nre, and when it boils stir
in the ric. Allow the mixture to boil
for tive minutes, then add the well-
baten yolks of te egg, mixed with a
i hoping cupof sugar. SeasonwiLh two
La bespoorn uls at herry, and turn ihto
tne dish into wMeh it as to be served.
Beat the whites of the eggs up with
sigar, and use an icing for me pudding,
spreading itenwhile te pudding is hot.
All resdni of the city and county
who are interesterd n the upbuilding of
our.common material interests, and in
having the s properly and faithfully
represented to the outside world, are
cordially invited to aid us in our effort
to maintain a creditable, reureenrtive
newspaper in Tallahass y vsplyinL
us with the requisite material In thi
shape of new items, personal pra-
grph contrIbutloies, etc., for our loeal


e rtter.-Make a batter by
datogeter ne cupful of oW. two-
of a of water, yol of three
Stwo rt ot b t of btr, a
salt md pepper am ittle
.DI oe howt. t UL I e whie
^n 1un of hoon t foU fe the wite


At the lest meea f the O o.

and -Irmebd t*6 *O ,


' Nad Mean-W. M. Me shad
P), Oeerg W. Sea-, J. A.
A. C. Cobb.
W. Saxon, J. A. d-
SA., D. M. Lowry.
J. A.
L nd Ordinances-J. A. Bmdmd-
S M W. Saxon, B. B. Wtlo..
A. Cobb, S. C. James, B
Make-t-George I. Davis, B8. Wil-
so, C. Jams.
eSaaitioon-D. M. Lowry, George I.
Davs J. A. Cobb.
Wawr.works-S8 C. James, George I.
D., J. A. Cob9.
Cemetery-B. B. Wilson, D. M. Low-
ryLGeQgJ4 I. Davis.
Fire Depa ent-D. M. Lowry, A.
C. Saltr, J. A. Cobb.
Bt ding-George W. Saxn, B. B.
Wiloa, 8. C. James.
J. G. Hamlin was elected chief of the
fire department and city health officer.
A New Boys' Clu.
Under the auspices of that excellent
publication, The American Boy, of De-
troit, Mich., Mrs. J. Ernest Yonge has
succeeded in organizing for the young
lads of Tallahassee a boys' club, to be
known as the Seminole Club, devoted to
the mental, r.,oral and physical improve-
met of its members. The membership
and officers are as follows:
Mrs. J. Ernest Yonge, patroness; Miss
Angelica Yonge, mascot; Masters aurie
Perkins captain: John Cay, vice cap-
tain Robert Shackleford, secretary;
Wallce Quarterman, treasurer* J. Er-
nest Yonge, business manager; dward
Chesey, Howard GambleMosley Col-
lins, verett C. Lewis, Sinclair Wells,
Leslie Wells, members.
The club is preparing two fine lawn
tenno courts on the Shepard lot, on
North Monroe street, and will arrange
for other athletic sports.
Nothing that could be devised will
contribute so largely to the intellectual
and moral well-being'of the Tallahassee
youth as will this excellent movement,
and it should have the approval and
hearty co-operation of every resident of
the Capital City.
Ihfs teiav Imemlwal.
The Balkcom Drug Company moved
into the Lively corner building the first
of the year, cleaned things up and made
extensive improvements. Then L. E.
Cohen rented the old Balkeom stand
and had it thoroughly overhauled and
put in a stock of drugs and fancy ar-
ticles, and all this caused the Hartdee-
Smith Co. to get a hustle on themselves
and they had a thorough overhauling
,nd Axing up. Now comes our enter-
prising druggist, D. k. Cox, who does
not propose to be outdone, and he is
going them all one better. Taldahassee
now nw as neat and attractive drug
stores as can be found anywhere, and it
all goes to show that one substantial
improvement always calls for another
along all lines. LIt the good work go
on.
ear Job PrtaIa.
We have, during the last few days,
turned out from our job printing de-
partment the minutes of the A. M. E.
Conference, the minutes of the C. M. E.
Conference, a good sized Brief (in regu-
lation size and style) for Judge Kaney,
and numerous jobs of stationery, cards,
posters, etc. We use only the best ma-
terial, do good, clean printing, at the
most reasonable pricts, and oo and de-
liver all work when promised. No use
now to send off for a dollar's worth of
printed matter, because we ire deter-
mined to do good work at home tor
what it will cost you abroad.
ANNOUNCaNENT.
I hereby announce that I will offer my
services as practical Accountant and
Auditor, to the business public, for a
limited number of engagements. I guar-
antee faithful and satisfactory service
in every engagement.
EDGAR I. MATTrEWS.
The influence of newspaper advertis-

ing is wonderfuL It turns the tide of
business toward the advertised store as
nothing else will. It puts the name of
the store so strongly in the minds of
the people that they cannot think of dry4
goods, clothing, shoes or drugs without
te name of tat advertised store com-
ing into their minds simultaneously.
By a good, persistent advertising cam-
paign ny business house can push its
way to the front.--Bartow Record.
Narrow-gauge, short-sighted business
men are a success when it comes to re-
tarding the growth and prosperity of a
town, and they ma be dependedon to
do that in pite of its splendid natural
i other duto gs if there areenough
of them to counteract the saving work
and influence of the broad-minded, far-
seeag boiness men who labor early
and late for its upbuilding.-Leeeburg
Commercial.
At the annual meeting of the Florida
Press Aasoeialio at Lake City this
month the brethren should inaugurate a


plan whereby the papers of Florida
hold expose the raecality of the dead-
bet advertiser. Nearly ev ex-
hang that cone to th"t oI has
one or more lare vertiement in it
that sent oat some aIency that
t entire asible, wo prime
otject is to bet e newspaper. 'This
matter cold be regulated in muh a
nmamer u to elim0 ate thr els tofipat
wa k i a t ppenofth tate
IR be t a tter off than t.y
are day-Tm Tribune.a
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and his nam hs been frequently men-
tioned a a ilbe and poplar candi-
date for tahe ladmc. li friend,
CoL T. J. APleyrd, of Lake City, ac-
companied te arty t tthe Capital and
returned home Woedn ka y.
The 'lien shower" tsdered to Miss
Letitia Rawls by Mrs. Phelps Warden
Wilon, o sTuday, was a very enjoy-
able and unique entertainment. The
blushing brldeto-be received any very
handsome gifts, which wee prese-ted
to ber by te charming bhotes, *eah
beng aeonpad by a bit of rMnl


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Wagons, Carriages and all Kinds of Agri-

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A--MA WUaScL
TVQ bseik TnsWN 61 4 edeihe mwft
The following athetle secount of
theil na d e lMiar whb'h occurred
t aturday near Sanderson is en-
d-d tfroa theM odmn of the Jack-
Mromvfl Times-Umn of Sunday
he wrecked train was N. which
dt here at 9:0 for Tallahasee, River
JwUtioni Panscoo and New Orleans.
Th train consisted of mail ear, express
ear baggage car three day coaches
ad twoulman skeping cars. Evr
t in the two loprs was occpied
Bpop going to New Orleans to at-
ad the Mard u celebration. The
day coaches were also well filled with
T inwas going at a good speed
when it reached te switch of the sid-
ing, about five hundred yards eat of
the depot at Sa nde A freight train
was standing on the sidirg with the en-
gine headed toward the twich.
Into the open switch the engine of
the pasnger train tan, and although
Enneer Cter shut off steam and ap
plied the brakes and then attempted to
reverse the engine, the distance be-
tween the two engines was too abort
and the paseer eine crashed into
the heavy freight %enne.
The shock of the collision was terrific
and the two engines were completely
wrecked, but neither turned over. The
engineer and fireman of the passenger
engine were caught in the cab and
pinned down by the timbers of the cab
and the cab rods and frame work of the
engines. Neither the engineer nor fire-
man of the freight train engine were in'
the cab of that engine when the collision
occurred, and therefore escaped injury.
When the two engines came together
the sudden sto' of the engine caused
the United States mail car immediately
behind to crash ioto the tender, and the
front end of the mail car was complete-
ly demolished.
In the front end of the mall car Rufus
E. Bas, the mail clerk n charge, was

at work, and as the frame of the car
was smashed in he was caught beneath
the timbers ard his life was instantly
crushed out.
Near the center of the car Mail Clerk
Joseph M. Ripley was at work, and
while the crash threw him nearly to the
end of the car, he was not hurt other
than a few bruises and wa one of the
first to get to ,ork to extricate Engi-
neer Carter and Mail Clerk Bass.
Under the wreck of the locomotive cab
Engineer Carter and Fireman Smith
were pinned, and it was a half hour or
more before they could be released, and
then only through the hardest kind
of work with axes and crowbars. One
of Engineer Carter's legs was cut
off by ne iron work of the engine, and
he was also badly cut and bruised in nu-
merous places.
Fireman Smith was also caught be-
neath the engine, and in addition to be-
ing badly mashed was scalded by. the
escaping steam.
Rufus E. Bass, the dead mail clerk,
boarded at No. 226 Florida avenue, in
this city. He was a native of Marion
county, South Carolina, and was very
popular with all who knew him. Dur-
ing the Spanish-American war. Mr.
Bass enlisted in the United States aimy,
and was with the troops that pmtici-
pated in the battle of San Juan hill and
the attack on the city of Santiago.
After the war he was mustered out of
the service and entered the railway mail
service.
His body will be sent to Latter, S. C.,
this morning over the Seaboard Air
Line, and will be accompanied by Postal
Clerk Van Winkle of the railway mail
service.
George Carter, the engineer who was
killed, lived in Tallahassae, and was one
of the oldest and most highly thought-
of engineers on the Seaboard. In Jack-
sonville he boarded at No. 940 West Bay
street. He leaves a wife, who lives in
Tallahasee, and is said to be quite ill at
the present time. [His body arrived at
Tallahassee Sunday morning, and the
funeral services took place from the ree-
idence, Rev. J. W. Bigham officiating,
attended by a large number of relatives
and trends of the family.]
Fireman Smith was so badly injured
that it was not deemed advisable to
move him at once, and he was left at
Sanderson until 10.10 o'clock last night,
when he was brought here and taken to
the emergency hospital.
The cause of the switch being left
open is being rigidly investigated by the
railroad officials, and If the blame i.
placed it is possible that the guilty party
will be prosecuted for crimlnau ngli-
gence. Of course, it is possible tat
the engine 'split" the switch, and no
one is to blame.
Hon. Elliot Danforth, of New York,
with Mrs. Danforth, have pent moat
of last week in a inrst visit to Tallahm-
see as guests of the Leon. Mr. Dan-
forth is one of the most prominent
Democrat in thi oemnry, having
served his State as Ueutenat-Gover.
nor and a Treaurer for two terms,


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We Guarantee Our Work to be First-Class in Every
Particular. Prices Reasonable.


Office, Shop and Lumber Yard,
south of
PHONE 87.


on Sea Board Air Line, on lot
county jail.
P. O. BOX 7.


for High Grade Prescription
W Work is met here, all the re-
quirements of a first class
pharmacy are filled. Every
prescription receives the care.
ful attention of at least two
competent men before being
sent out.
Phone 17.
D. R. COX, Druggist.

STML SM RLATIVX
sits serene atop the rigs we have for
*"hire. They're easy running, of oeure;
the horses that draw them are man-
S aged with scarce an effort; but withal
S the equipment is stylish to a degree
Every convenience, every comfort goes
with the equipages we let by the day
or hour. The lesser time will prove our
words.
.... : CAPITAL CITY LIVERY STABLES,
.. ,.. .... C. T. HANCOCK, Prop.
,. Phones 79 and 89.

I TOI
and better are the chances of your
getting perfect flour satisfaction, when
you use the Clifton Brand. Truth to
tell, there's little- likelihood of your
I having anything but a pure, wholesome
Syet economical product. But don't be
content with a "just as good" flour-
demand the Clifton everytime, It is the
SI very best. At J. W. COLLINS.'


JOSEPH DUNCAN,
PeopIICTOm op TH1

OLD KEMPER LIVERY STABLES.


EVERYTHING ON WHMllS.


a to loo N. oMroo SL


REGISTERED UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER.
BURIAL ROBCE AND SHROUDS.
MANBLE MONUMIENTS AND GRAVE STONES CERCTCD.
OPEN ALL HOURS. PHONE KS. 54 N. Monrm, .
*W '


YAEOER,


If you can't find what you want you

may be sure Yaeger has it.


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WM. CHILD.


GEO. W. CHILD.








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3CM AIM3 13U1W
U A. ard hitims~a m .
>*alI P VII T, n ll P-- ---m lMf / iM'1MI n-- --

May 0 P* as wof rIght. T_ ro-4 the_ am am M Ag T t IM
y oor te Tmp and Key W t 3 3 I I& Mo
Cigars, y so, at T. Byd' at T. a a Br te e rt 1ow,
Rev. W. L.H. Makhy an ren joyinhisan d, Ite I does p f
It is "Dr." Be Bond now, and he the I b i tn iit reginior bforbo. Kr.Go Dav"is was appoint
will oonm hang out his shingle In Tall&s- set a itrnm w ll A1 t lhaOh i b -f t-e work.
haisee. o u_ hck to Mml mN in d Ths Ro D T Tt s tb M -kMoore wore ordered
t" Ilo pty r with vry vev ealudL m |on A A -- ct I LfO pr
Only one machine In a lftime is of vipro nerolr n ta m -toeai, p
nce-Ar it you buy the Wheeler A Comremiae withe a od ob Moo d
Wiloo No.4 from L. C. Yager. printing ad th^ a manyprr w?3SS* co3nt to rMoor an

norihoo w mr e n et-m, -,the d=ltyco-it M- woev to* m L
Fine Candis, in great variety, st T. i a l ilbT the ..y oit a e.ry two month.
Beydo sS woa td onetero n I b e to. s
B. Byrd'.. _Stt. prter, wil wis tht e may be Pi f or demn
r. W. H. Wton ofn f Mhtrnni ew. the sue il bfddr whre the award t i. for api rid from th etrn
einl mAe ht b- bkerin.Wh khr for the In lrfndnh I made emt fall. to =ora f McCartysuwt to Magno
The alarm of fire Wyeeslte IrN oemrti VOL 1, k..nTL"&"tr. were r.ad from L
Thm >rm o, f ,y,,t, v old frend + B. i.k, rdi t. aJohn the Cp ltal Pub-
wa a ftk oa. M, ewhm d by tht wiew .i nation of to iS N C Moro ohn
TgettingellssMd had. It fu I hofk m t n Iu m Tll ro oa L ueon
ltheys, you hod that t the m C c county pap sheall p yan, aree No mttr whblatiour rserncts, re
Company b en ception and pwhato mar.! hh t" u o pme eood ly e ti Ina todo the dlcouny whi
vto bf iookiln may be performed on a with good !" tdeqnattini year. The boardI






The, m~mt/an 2t the I.Unfr neensid on t4,. we the sih,.ton eost. *your.Pr the abotb
gas range. mi pio axeo.uMv de. be tpro- n e a soydignated the

omel rr. W ftinl pononol e- olfI nh i former
rW.n tlWatyesoAnHone J.fWalte's The frietids of The TrueaDemocrat Showing this week Tailored Hats, in
f mn f owr fiend in the t and it pbHisher timrouhout the city nobby a rar end Continental Shape
shoo.. ..hat oft t city, were visitor._ptho 1h
iS. ot islw o Antd unt y fl R wtand the caie rTeady to war. Mtim Adele Gerard, 1
Capital tho which praenta tta desination of ti Norh s M onroe.
The Tallahaseer idewalka look al newspaper asthe fimial organ of Leonlla a v
othey should t pow mh the merchantss,,, a or the issuing y r A No matter what your business, ued
have been noticed to use no portion of fami wih oodintg. y p ared lb ch
them forthe d play ofBr oodtseff ect that s t. r 10th, Trhou he is dioct frm I teo 2 n m a
CThe rw option at the Lng nan hlonie theor ttl can at. frhn4 tM 8 pr m, Printie two o table
Monday, de an dered t by en Cll t e th is wll non o an be to dent do noe then but clean
Tre Damrat owee on Wedndy. l t will be, h av le ed hi t t line of s r e now offered
Lone. Wila. Hol linherats now of De .tmse sa s an the real friend o t h r se wor, ad do t n or wha t the










unisk ,nss who s attend,, the t--ed ---ed b- h,- -s,--l will e- tuea of thm new so tutl for d t-
m Lr e~wV-'" o ,t e fru n other kind costs you.
miG was a most charming and brilliant good the county and city with- othen r yu
social affair, t ot f th emotional personal n- timan e ee h ft
If or n f our fri end In the city ha e d Dimentime, all county By a rare combination of oall no in-
er a i e now fT ghTrue D nce iot w to o o l uta eti we val trhe moseffected through the point ef-
we k thiber notfy ullasaas s at n er In the columns of The fort of Manager Mller, of tne T, a.i
willbesenttothe t jut the ame a if It ha e GaCompany and Mr.. Mary
wwasl QB fr their publication. Reed, a typical Georgia matron, who
See us if you want Neat, Clea P rint- rra n for a in t tria ad t nufcturers of "Plan-
ed Matte of any kind at em close pri a mDr. Boworlh, the celebras new" t he in-and gentlemen touo-
aM the other kind cost. Wel and Mr. dall o d throat specalahi ofl Tallahapres o well ar prevnr to












Taylor ollys. to vh *fTn In tha city. On hiA to seah vl rr.. .
work on time promised. ret i win r oiv e b Tl he cit, eonrdilly in vited to pru
ed d oftheass he'willpositively be in Ta&- take o a daintily prepared luncheon
Brother LeRoy B ndoewrt, orof the hatte n Mrch 10thi and tho e rais of of its imn, has ful eno2.h attra-
Clearwater Purns and the rtion Pytan- the ell the work he can do. ery da io to 8 p m. the tso o pll wo en
sn, made an appreciated callt The Gr Dr.B wth is well known to mrvay obein to od hings t he i eflidncd o
True Democrat fce on Wednesday. of our e, having practiced his y otheln te ne o a tantes now offered
i.am N--. hea o o e f oBtle. e t on several former occ beaten ise o doughnuts eai ,ehed
Hon. Wilm N. heat, o of D os, and many of those who would beosae by the oarn a t -















.oe.-D al Compy's -toe. es "" the ........mn o Inf witt Po s. iwhowold. b
Fnlk Swpings, who is attending the +bn a ued by his Hi W. an old and disti -
uGrand Ltye, wa a wnalcom ly crow t oce in the fact t hat he is agn con- muiheditizen ftured in Mcon, Ga.
The True Democrat office this morning. I tf Among "he many reasons why this
o o t unique exhibition should attract the In-
Forut lerk by 'awing ese TIl ey Holyn e Grd io ator o te State, or M r. reed attention of ell ood houe-
pril b your' fi d the Wheler Wir Tho. F. WrIchton, of Pensacola, ar- kpeO (la wnel ale wh deind d uo
shen ra a jurt the thing. Call at rived in Talls htee lat Sunday on his te. e minstration for daily suensanc),














is received la time. --. Eveng styces at 7*0 o'clock. Guild uece*d Haon. C. M. Brown. removed to
Yaeer's and see how light and nice it tour of officol visitation to the several the most coent are et forth in netly
runs. ubordnater lodges. After meeting a printed folder describing the many ex-
Qut f number of Talahaeeana at- number of members of Talolhaaee cell M of the modern gas range, and
tended the Mardi Gres carnival at Pen- Lodge, anI arranging for an informal the tried and tested qualities of the
acol thj aweek. Amon1 them were meetiawreedent members forTus- netw 'hortening"-adistinctlysouthern
Mr. and M.. A. hine and Mr. daymt on he left for Apalochicola rodue t- Pe a of which are presented
Taylor Collins. to viwt < lodge lnthat city. On hti o each visitor.
return qlte a number of the members The luncheon itself minus the reasons
Mr. Charles F. Sewart, one of the at the m ting and the affairs of of itr being, has fully enough attrac-
Poenala Journtil' circltyon m da- thel were discussed inan Informal tiona to attract the vi of all who n-
r is a delegate to the Grand Lodge, wy. an wre made for a revival of oy good things to eat," evidenced
and has made eerto welomte visit to inte In the Ta- r in Tallahaasee, andr bty the menu, which follow: l
The True Democrat office, anoth er m ing arranged for Friday Fried oystrcroquette.otaoch
tr, of Pauline Dunstan. Mr r ever tonight) baked stuffed tomatoes, br anad, troyl
aTh or hor Equit.al IVonun y have C.-ctator Wr.l ton beg also a beaten blicuita doughnuts, cakescheese
igeny hay p i r ted e pa a o Ien very wominent and activ member of straws and cosee.
ome rLivel buldthng, net to the Gil t o pytbleSt nde d Save yo, mur hard-eared dolln r l ad-
bore-Dav Company' flared ad .M a I the mrnLodge. aing with P T. Mickler.
All of the church notice, after being ,hde of t Hon. H. W. Long, ua old and distin-
put in type, wer unvoidably crowded I Mer~ *s at St John's evey sunday. gulahed citiren of Marion county, and
out lert week by advertisements. They Holy cBi hion at 7:80 a r. morning Mr. Frank E. Harris editor of the
will be made a feature of the paper service, th communion, on the first Ocala Banner have each declined to be-
hereafter and re of ie rtion it copy Sunday in the month at 1100 o'clock. come a candidate for State senator, to
is received in time. Evening service at 7 o'clock. Guild succeed Hon. C. M. Brown, removed to
meets on second Sunday in the month Dade county.

Company, made a welcome cll on us the artrmoon. The Woman's Auxiliar y t T.t nB
yesterday, accompanied by Mr. F. W. meeta on the flt Monday of the month Oneman-Fireman John Daviscol-
Armstrongm the representatlh e of the i In the afternoon. Literary every Fri- ored-was killed outright; one-ngi-
comany In this territory: day afternoon except during Len t, never F. W. Ellis-fata ily Injured, nd
S,..when the hour 7 M o'ckick. on-J. E. Dunn, an englneer-e saly
The sixth entertainment in the Talln t Lenten wr : Prayer every after. Injured by the explosion of a boiler at
hOsee Lyceum course will be given at noon ex- Wdnesday s -d Friday at te Jacksonville electric light plant on
the opera house next Monday night by 40. ti of Holy Communion Suda"y l.at. Ells has Aince d ed.
the Theopion Dramatic Comn any con- e e ,,ry y ia-d, at 1 *m. Utany
lstir of Pauline Duntan, Mary Nor- every Fidy at m. Evening prayer The latet, a well standard tye
ton, Edith. Parsons and Hugo KIes- on Yridaye at 780 p. m,in, Celerations Furniture at J. E. Theusa.
Ioll. a. ua h il every Sunkay durin ,Let. Senator Frank Adam, of Jasper, has
Th more -vl (om y have e. Fnk Camera the pastor. y und h intention to e
office, reskin the C o bothi 'tMthea lr BIpitn rdD demand upon his attention of h,. pri-
rend geatly enlarged and Iwe a a 'vrchJli^ihl0 t11 o' vats affairs. Few public men in the
proved iheir hardware stores, whchand .al In the evening at 7.8*0 'clock. State of his age have made so good a
adds much to the looks of that side of Te sbjct at the mornlnp. hoW^ w record, and his retirement will be a dis-
The True Democrat ha received a Mlean Bv Wh 'ch : 8*1 vSecured". in C a House
number of the State paper. In exchange Bib hool at Caefor Novelties in ay Chr nd Houe
but "the ae others who have not 'Ia ag i of pupils. A good teacher for Decoations at J E. Theus'.
papet is on your exchange list, and if Junl r ba ptis tP Union at p. m. ub- d
to ala any one of them. y P U tem .Ci t lse
Mr. P. T. Nicholson. a clever young Sutbfest "Chris te*S GWea t Ptysiciaon
gentleman from Gadeden county, has A ac il iaoi td is.. to be a' weSdTlve paper, conduct-
opened a neat Jewelry store in the to all ersona to come andworship with ad for amd by bt muole." The Sun
Uivey building, next to the Gllmore- ^ Sanger wi" II wtl- wtoheothe pbeeisecal wt hl eal got.
Davis Cospiany, whee he Invites you -?*!*&* u k Orth &nd ter n iuplmeoh eight-page paper
to lpad inspect his stock. He alto TTifl h h, h abunaSnt -' emaa. -
doieall kinds of repair work In hisline M r L: SundayUho8 m. _w- Ci W C l other floor att


Thoe who billeved "Collins would do Pr bye rD ne t 7.10 p.m.d see t n f . S I I
nothlb with a job office In TallahaS- Sulta muakewin rla w 7endrd at all
seem wlo rpbaprid If they will visit service. beoe .
nur little bee the Tlephone build- Oftsal board meeting at the pastor's T rue Demea ofbe was hon-
lu aadoe thew aMnt Ofnmtypinted studI" Myaart 7.80 pM. mor"dt call frtom
ttrwe a v urnl out, for Mdwek pyer meeting Wneday, i r
ie abroad well auo our hom peo. at 7.80 p. m. LC. At oft A. y.,
bwhoa lat clean printed mat- The pb Il cordially Invited to at- ameps by ml o6 Mnd R C.
: qt kilad d dllver tend allserl. h0 the road' avem tng freight and
aU wori i Space is so aIse with us, -ut we IPome Slet
A mo the w aiter it- can priat our papar bo nr ln the new, I mS e to at t P. T.
onrs e iMassachusetts. pres wehave orede that wr m Miskler's ter.
Ws ov, M. fll oe s the mah ths o e pi ol Th*
W._a- a t.heWiga I~=I 441ar tbhe i ad Ke zteriad
iLt" 'e.r-- t3m, a. oro cN' e W--.

fusll" of00--d 419 -*# a W ca
#d nPon@&


As a equel to the Stetson University
scandal of a couple -of years ago, the
trustee elected the founder president
of the board at their recent meeting.
.The movement to create a new county
by cutting off the south part of Brvard
county &ad calling it "'Iagler" appears
to be crktallising into a probability.
To ill the vacancy in the senatorship
in the twentieth district, caused by the
remoual of Hon. C. M. Brown from
Ocala to Miami, has been nominated.
The volume of tourist travel to Flo-
ida this winter ha ben much larger
than ever before. From every quarter
of the State come reports that existing
accommodations have been quite inade-
quate to supply the unusual demand.
Judge Hallmark, of Pensacola, who
has been for some time acting as stat-
istician of the State Board of Health,
has resigned to accept the agency at
Pensacola, of the Mutual Benefit Life
Insurance Co., of Newark, N. J.
Rods and Reels, Hooks and Lines,
Spinners and Artificial Baits of all kinds
at T. B. Byrd's.


WALTMI L.WIGHT.


TOnY IURNS.


WIGHT & BURNS,

MENS' FURNISHERS, SHOES.


TAILOR MADE CLOTHES.


Tallahassee, - Florida.

F. E. NIMS,
WeIleeale se1 R etell


DEALER IN


ALL KINDS OF


Fresh Meats.


Front Stall, City Market,
Side of Building,


West


Tallahassee - Fla.
A portion of your Patronage is
solicited. Prompt attention is
given to all orders.
Telephone No. 121.


.7 ~ 'C; I


Milnery,

Neckwear,

Kid Gloves,


h


T n : C V bdts
annual reunona RD Ca tnk Lprings to-
OG. Edmwd Ad--a ud Mim Etel
Halliday weor mnid Ia JackuonlMvf
last wek.
Judge W4a4J epa, sa deadc
that th mnas t dSt manhiea io not
a criminal offee.
A new trial has been granted to Mrs.
Helen Wllmamn PNot. uvaricted in the
U. S. Court at Jasmovle last winter
of usingthe mall for malawful pur-
The Henderson OilCo.. organized at
Tifton, Ga., will develop what are Said
to be vy rich oil lan in Washington
cunty, Fla .
The Suwannee Rides, Capt. Lile.wa
the only company of Florida State
Troops present in Wahington at the
inauguration.
New postmasters hav been appoint-
ed in F.orida as follows: Altmau-Eula
Wooten; Bell--C. C. Martin; Reddick-
A. 0. Gorham.


Fancy Work


Materials.


MISS ADELE GERARD,


149 N. Monroe St.


TALLAHASSEE. - FLORIDA.


Tll
MIDDLE LORDA lC CO.
Announces the following prices for the
season of 1905:
IC Iro CAS L
ll0 Ibe------------------- ---- c
20 be- .....-----------.--...... 10e
30 Ibe ---------------..--....-- 16
40 s----------------------- We
olbe ...........--- --.............. e
100 lb e-----.----------------........
200 Ibs ----------------- ---..........
TICKETS FOR CASE.
22 10-lb. tickets [220 ba. lee] -.. $1.00
45 26-lb. tickets [1,12 Ibs. el. 5.00
25 50-lb. tickets ,250 lbs. Ice .. 5.00
20 100-lb. itckr.ml000 Ibs. Ice].. 6.00
Ton lots. Jne delivery-............ 15.00
Sacking ice-.... 10e per sack additional
SODA WATIl. A
Soda, a"orted favors.....--------...
Genuine A.anta Coca-Cola --.--....
It is tvj desire of the Ice Company to
give a p:mpt and satisfactory service,
and s.y inattention or neglect of driv-
i will be corrected by 'phoning No 9$
Middle Iorlda e Co.l
[Incorporated.]

Wood Yard!


Near Seabeard Doet.


Ph*e U11.


The Best Hard Wood and Pine in stock
all the time. Prompt delivery, and sat-
isfaction guaranteed.
J. W. DOLLAR.

S. P. ROZEAR,


Practical Plumbing.


Tin Work of All Kinds.

Orders for Sewer Connections
should be placed
RIGHT NOW.
A Full Line of Bath Room and
Closet Appliances of the latest
patterns constantly on hand.


i. e ,OLES,

Confeetloner and Grocer.'


The Oholcest and Freshest Goods
at the Lowest LIvInj Prices.


Prompt Delivery.


Telephone 32.


TO SHOW YOU A HORSE


Such as you require will be a matter of no
difficulty for us. In our . . .
SALES STABLES
are many head of fine, young, acclimated
horses for.driving, riding, light delivery and


heavy d gt work.
We hav, some fine
and any oe looking
should cal Prices


J..D.


matched carriage teams
f: or" a handom pair
Ril please.


Faed and 9W. stabS.
140 Suath Adams Stre.


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