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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: June 2, 1905
Publication Date: 1905-1912
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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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VOL 1. TALLARHAW, FLORIDA, JUNE 2, 1906. NO. 14.


Good Government; Honesty In Public Office; equal Justice to AU-Special Privilege to None.


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SUATU m ON ICK CONICTS.
Under a House resolution, a commit-
tee, of whbeh Mr. Matthews, of Brad-
ford, was chairman, n Monday made
an extended rswept substance as fol-
lows:
First--That the leases of the State
convicts for the fur years ending Jan-
uary 1 IO, have, fora portinof the
time, to wit, ng the years and
190 been tdIb for convicts
coned in bhoesptl aear Oala.
Second-During the period stated in
the foregoing pararaph the lessees
have been rebated on various prisoners
confined In the hospital a total of 9,6515
dam. 0
fhrd-The amount deducted from the
contract price for prisoners confined in
the said hospital amounts to $11,005.66
for the twoyears named.
Fourth-The lessees have been given
credit for escaped convicts during the
existence of the present lease to the
amount of $6,186.M9.
The committee presented a collection
of valuable information concerning the
management of the State convicts, and
recommended that the Attorney-General
be instructed to recover the amount of
$16,192.62 thus shown to be due from
the convict lessees.
The practice of giving rebates to the
lessees on such convicts originated with
the Jennings administration, according
to the committee's report, but is being
continued under the present contract.
If it is unauthorized by the terms of the
contract, it will, of course, be discontin-
ued; and the committee is correct in de-
manding the recovery of the sums thus
unlawfully allowed.
STATE PRINTING RUMORS.
In the Senate, on Tuesday Senator
West, chairman of the special commit-
tee to investigate the charge that cer-
tain persons were connected with State
printing contract in violation of law,
submitting the following report: Your
committee appointed in compliance with
Senate resolution No. 46 as anmeded,
relative to the allege rumors that
members of the Boardof State Institu-
tions were interested in the Capital
Publishing Oompany, and with the State
printer In his contract with the State,
leave to report that the said com-
mittee has taken the testimony of all
witnesses suggested and made a thor-
ough examination and find that while
there were rumors to the effect that
members of the Board of State Institu-
tions were interested in the printing
contract, we find that there is absolute-
ly no foundation for said rumors and
W nothing in the testimony to indicate
that any member or members of said
board are now, or have heretofore been
interested in said printing concern or
any other printing business. The evi-
dence taken by the committee was or-
dered printed m the journal of Friday.
HOSPITAL REPORT AFTERMATH.
Late on Tuesday afternoon Governor
Broward submitted to the Senate and
House a voluminous document signed
by all of the members of the present
Board of State Institutions, and com-
prising an answer to the report of the
joint committee which investigated the
insane hospital under House concurreut
resolution No. 6. After being read, it
was committed to the table subject to
call in each house. The enormous vol-
ume of the document precludes any at-
tempt to give even an abstract of its
contents, and its publicity, like that of
the committee's report, must depend on
its publication in full in the legislative
journals and the daily press.
This answer or protest of the board
makes an elaborate defense against the
substance and spirit of the committee's
report, and labors with feverish anxiety
to discredit the report and the members
of the joint committee.
If the board had been content to re-
pel or deny such accusations made by
the committee as it deemed unjust or
inaccurate or untrue, the effect of its
protest would have been in accord with
the purpose of accomplishing the ends
of justice, and indicative of the natural
desIre of the present board to correct
any abuses or irregularities committed
or practiced under the administration
of its predecessor; but the board goes
far beyond such laudable purpose in as-
suming. inferentially, as the represent-
aive of the preSent aministraton, full
responsibility for the shortcomings of
the Jennings administration.
The fact should not be forgotten or
lost sight of that the joint committee
,-fully defined the period during
j.th abuses were practiced
^shd irregulariti5s permitted to occur, as
one distinctly anterior to that covered
S byte f ow months of the present ad.
mtlnsatrase-a distinction abundantly
sustaed bt the evidence which the
coumm ote* submitted with its report.
Time acomnitts* went even further, andl
amoaelealh "nsmmaded and compliment.
4, ea~iittties of the affairs of
the institution by It. present managers.
Confusion *between the former and
present board, because four of its mem-


s havestvo both & a5iLAST WEIK OF
iSveied tm t i s ...T-m ssoN.
oha UnermeI I.
ie these MiP A of2 t a the
M* .rel- Nete t L ll.dI A Lces-
for theopfeetatloa ea Ula.
mauid its omldeatlem. v9Whurftat .a 0U-w-
was ntloed madsleuo fn eour r" H pac or -
of the commili=1areport tobtrue t e a
they must beapemmid to be u q pi I nepasodes whieh &ve distInaushed the
Aeske sisbmte to dP e m) latter part of the 1doron of the Legis-
without the existence of amy Neflotion late preveted the continuance
whatever upon the hold-over member of a conectod mstet of the proceed.
of the t board .. s. from weekI to and in this s-
On Thuday the consideration of the me we have rm aoor ef men-
eommunketion from the Boardof State tion of the fate eta of i meass-
Irtitutle- can up in both houses on aure which have bee regarded as of
resolutions report by the special com- npramoust imsn -
mittee to whom the commnketion ofaras the sermal investigations
had boen referred. Each house adopt-.a eonwrn~, whlse definite results in
ed the resolations reported by its spee- the way of eanetm of alld abuses
l committee, both being in the sam ld ties have not ftly mate-
lau showing that the two com. r hief pwpose of ihe sev.
mltshad confered their on the eralattempt to a smusih the same
subject. The vote In house on thehas bon abundm observed, and
adoption of the committee reports was that w, to d public attention
partially unanimous. Here follows a to omditions whibh were genraly
copy of th House committee' rsolu- known or believed to exist, but which
tion, that of the Senate committee be- had not come into tae brht light of
I4g substantially Identcal in e: mubllcity sufficietly to ensble the pub-
HOUsB RasOLUTIONNO. at large to form an opinion conern-
Be it resolved, That it I. the sense ofing them. The eeptes of the entire
the House of Represetative that the State are now advised of these cond.i-
communication from the Board of State tions; and whether my corrections or
Institutions transmitted by the G- reformations result from legislative
ernor to the House of Representatives asetion or not, It is quite safe to say that
on May 80, 1906, is In its language and a continuance of tie evils complained
tone lacking in the courteZ and re- of will be at the risk of the severest
a t due to the House of Repreeents- public dis raltif Anally in
t s. kriae 'and that the en-
That the Chief Clerk is directed to--- ---p f-ono -, is- In excel.
send to the Governor a copy of this s condition for ammr !atsection at
Resolution, and to return to him said the next session o Le nature.
communication in order that he me Amoni the matters imposed of dur-
transmit it to the Board of State InsU- thislast week w the follow :
tutions. Senate deite postponed
But since the House of Repreenta- Senator Neel's bill novin for the
tives is willing to accord to saidcommu- creation of "Bloxhai 'county' from a
nication a publicity equal to that given part of Holmes cun ty
to the report of the joint committee of The House indeitali mtponed the
the Senate and House of Represent. executive comnunttse iUto amend the
atives to which it pur rts to be an an. primary election law Introduced by
swer, the Chief Clerk s directed to have Speaker Gilhrist. Ao Senate and
said communication printed in the jour- Mouse bills providing for a uniform sys.-
nal immediately succeeding this Resolu- tern of school a *
tion. Substitute for to e bill providing
Such a public rebuke, so dignifed and for a commisioua to a eior the nees
self-respecting In tone and substance, and conditie-of tihe if or the In-
so manifestly deserved and so pro- s anid togature
foundly humiliating in effect, was never was w S
before administered to a cunef magis- a*1 a eseas
trate or an executive board of the State ma Stateb of assntasy.
government--at least, not in the history Home pass Seasto relution
of Florida. of amendment to the .ontitution in-
In effect, the whole body of unterr- creasing the alay of the Governor to
fled legislators say to the board: "You $5000.
wantonly insult a joint committee of both houses passed a bill grantiln a
this Legislature, and by so doing, in.- nsion of $25 a month to Gen. William
suit the Senate and the House of Rep.- miller, of Washington county.
resentatives and every individual mem- House bill to prohibit combinations
ber thereof, the same constituting a fixing the price of ice to consumers was
co-ordinate branch of the State govern- defeated in the Senate by a vote of 14
ment of equal, if not greater, dignity to 16.
than yourselves or your organization. Mr. Rosborough's resolution pro-
You constitute yourselves,or your board, viding for the examination of private
the champions of a preceding State ad- banks was adopted In the House.
ministration in whose integrity and Both houses adopted a resolution pro-
probity no reputable citizen can believe, posing an amendment to the Constitu-
in the face of the revelations which tion increasing the salaries of supreme
have been made to us by the committee court justices to $4,000, and circuit
whose official action you seek to dis- judges to $8,500.
credit as well as by the action of other -" -
committees and through other channels SPECIAL NOTICE.
of intelligence. We resentyour unwar- _.__
ranted action in the only manner posesi- .To s .sand seser*a.ves. sand OtheG-
ble to gentlemen and return your com- 7.eresse.-
munication, according to it, by a stretch .
of courtesy which it scarcely deserves, Gent'e nen:
the same publicity heretofore given to You have had abundant opportunity,
the committee report which it purports "
to answer. In the exercise of an ordi- during the present session, to read the
nary discretion it will doubtless appear; Weekly True Democrat, and its pro.
best for you to address yourselves to the
purpose of maintaining the reputation prietor hopes that you have enjoyed its
of the presentadministration, and let contents and approve its course, and
the former one take care of itself, and
stand or fall by the record it has that you feel assured that its purpose
Se night session of the House is to give, as fully as Is possible, all of
yesterday Mr. Noble, chairman of the the news and happenings at the State
second hospital investigating commit-Caitalwithout fear, favor or bias of
tee. resented a report, the purport of
which wa% slightly to modify some of any kind, save for the interests of the
the expressions of the previous joint people of the State
committee report. It was accompanied eople of the State.
by the testimony taken, all of which Everything pertaining to the conduct
was ordered published in the journal. of the State Government, in all of its
At the night sessions last night in the .
Senate, a very rich and handsome sil- several departments, and particularly
ver service was presented to President with reference to the laws enacted at
Trammell, and in the House a beautiful ...
loving cup to Speaker Gilchrist, b the the recent sessionM, must necessarily
members also a fine walking-stick, by continue to be of paramount interest to
h t __c ^- -- _-- you, aid therefore respectfully invite
It is a disastrous calamity, when you you to subscribe to our paper so that
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and constipation have sapped it away. out the ensuin,,g year.
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.e ie. omend it to your friends and neighbors
.The Seaboaed sleeping car service who may not have had an opportunity
between Tallahasee and Jacksonville of sei- it
n the night train wiD be discontinuedof seeini. __ .


after the I-ving of the train Sunday Cerrectta a Teal.
morning, June 4th. .
... .....h We published last week a resume of
And Charlie Dkkinson, private sec. the several reports made to the Senate
rotary to the Governor, seems to have by the Governor, the trustees of the in-
been mixed up in the asylum scandaL ternal improvement fund and the rail.
Wonder if Governor Broward will let road commission, show the amounts
him purchase some more drugs for that paid out by each dir t past four
stitution?-- Perry Topics. years for special coinsel fees and ex-


p thea a reash be. t a
tal t eo or at.
tesdstto.o1u to m isluml
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grand total a counsel fee
,87. t or an average per annum of
pro o" QA ;ar wi ot.
nh and elected o ers. day of






were married Sunday at 8 o'clock .
at t he residence of r. J. F.d
Rev. Tho. J. p aln odla tnl Tho
happy couple ft Monday mornn for
Wakul where they willaverage per a


They attefoded hrh while away.
They r orta go ue tme.t at the r
d ors Howard and chidare tday
night and elected officers..






for ChreJ. D. where she will re t
morn nat t he M methodist church the.
Baceao.urate ormon will preaMillerd




at thev. Dr. Jas. Dic.ke proeat
ha Emory le a, a at night
e. W. E. H.d will dres
Y M. C.. anL Y. W, Mrs. JA.



binsonth of then distnihed tisited
andartrdo sodretines d Sunday.












m pulpit orathurchs ofwhilown away.the
rema lurerad gsm h to thi e p
of latives. D exres.



News. eeMaxwell leftday by teles
for C reof the re dth of Ho. Brr G.em
until the lose of he House of Repro.
Thentave befor Nassau ont, at hidrum-
homre in Woodville this week. a. m of
that da.C e.ae
nent itens of lorida, and had stherved
Flordas ReprsentatUve several terns previght
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tive of Georgia, and about 4 yea of
ae. Hend was a rdon societies. On Sundayte
morningatty the andeth odist church the
Baaltune tereate ser. He will reached
by Rev. Dr. Jasn.L Dickey president









not only Coin his home Gou., n at nth







out the State, d ho.t la
made in every Bothe of these distinguished gentler fromen
Spulpit orato riches. of renown d their
Bmath~t uf t"OF






Little Ma the deatdest o Hon. Burt
hoMr. and Mors. ia, adiet 4. a. m. of

ill Tuesday mo.n atr short
. Mr. Dyr was money of the moBaptist promi
rity and splendid busnss uatiwe a
his successful winning of a large for
tunetestifex. Rus. Hsell will beTony great msseder-
not only n his h counductedy but through-neral
out the State, by a host ofriendlos ae nd
made qintan every stage of his caved rer from
poverty to riches.
At 8"tL
Little Masrie the eldet daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. ichardson, died at Poexellent
villa Tuesday morning after a sThomrt
Illness and was burled In our city cem-
tery Wednesday afternoon atJune p.m.,
Rev. Mr. Cramer of the Baptist church
officiatinge PThe pall berers wShire
Mesrs. Walter Bennett John Moore,
Alex. Russell and Tony ums. Under-
taker Duncan conducted the funeral
arrangements. The many friends and
acquaintances of the bereaved parents
extend to them their sincere sympathy
in their sorrow.
FOUNDWe were misunivoral, Cleaner for
all Metals. Ro EASYBRIGHT-at L. C.
Yaeger's_ -
Mr. J. W. Britton and h in th excellent
wife, to the regret of their manyTalla.
hassee friends, left for Thomasville








Gents Elastic Seam Drawers, 0c, at
Thof few merchants give notichat are thast all






of fe mior etatothat are as yet


Incomplete, returned to Palatha with.
out aceptin the system from the eon-
tractors, F. Beeman & Co. He ex.
pects to return the first of next week
for the purpose of making his Anal acs-
ceptance.
The voting contest at the Capital
City Pharmacy will begin tomorrow.


WHAT THI STATIC
NIWSPAPrUS SAY.


f tTeos Wo Smew.

UINRA CE AMim NDIam AnM.
If the present 9sessin of the Lsesla-
tre does nothing more than pas the
bill for a State insurance company, It
will have done for he people of Florida
more than any previusiesion we know
of. Of the many iniquitous ombt-
nations, the insurance combine is
easily the worst, and the people should
be freed from its grasp.-Fernandina
News.
The Legislature should wive due con-
sideraton to the bills looking toward
systematic eflort to attract desirable
immigration. Florida should have a
permanent bureau of immigration out-
side of olities, andevoted to building
up the tate. Immition started the
first settlement of white men on this
continent, and has built eery State in
the Union. To nelet it is like mne
lectiar the blood of the body.-Mont -
DOW News.
STATM PUNTEt'i WOrM.
And now the State pntwr is having
his troubles-and from present indica-
tions his troubles bid far to beas bad
as somn of his printing.- Madion New
State printer seems to be up
against it, and now that the Came ha
en un don't stop until everything
of a state and public nature has been
thoroughly Inesi ted. Whime ware
at it. let' take at peoep into the
convict lease which was madeto Walter
Coachman, and out of which so much
money was made and the foundation
laid for the building of the new million-
dollar bank in J aksonvlle, of which
the ex-governor io vice-president.
Something ratten here as sure a you
are born. -Manatee Record.
THEB UCKMAN BILL.
The Buckman bill should become a
law. We have a raft of small State
schools equped as a rule with a lot of
low-salard, Incompetent teachers,
asking for appriations running way p
in the thousads. There Is a lot o
a it n the system and a shake up is
M. ta tom m wIStome-
called o g with to-n tilmto
enrolled. whshould the asheoo li ke
Bethelm and the J. C. I. In this ounty
not be equally as well treated.-Mont-
eello'News.
Whatever the fate of the Buekman
bill, which has pssed the Hse. the
people, we doubt not, would be better
satisfied with two or three high-class
educational Institutions adequtel sup-
ported by the State than hf a dozen
or more always "on the bum" through
no fault of their own, reduced to all
sorts of mean economies and perpetually
scheming to coax from a relta -
islatur ouh money to
starving outright ando ot of bu-
iness. it is the operation of the inevi.
table law which makes for the survival
of the fittest, that wild either now or
later on, eliminate the weaker and less
useful colleges and concentrate the aid
of the State upon a mailer number
which can be adeat supported and
made correspod&gly tro d effi-
cient.-Live Oak rt
RADICAL INVETKATION.
The lid is being lifted and the odor
of scandal ours forth from the State
House. Will the Legislature furnish
the needed disinfectant? Bartow
Courier Informant.
Now that the investigation fever has
struck the State, let's do the job up
right, and investigate all along the line.
The people have a right to know what
is being done, and an honest official has
nothing to fear from investigation.--
Manatee Record.
Now that the Legislature has gotten
down to the real work whereunto the
members were called, it Is not surpris-
ing what an amount of corruption is
being brought to llghtithrough theim un-
business-like-neglect to property cover
up the late 'business admfnistration."
-PalathkaNews.
TAPPY roa LEOMIs.ATOs.
Well, the boys will soon be returning
from the "old red hills of Leon." About
the blgest thing the most of them have
doe s to draw their 8 per. As Leg-
islatures go, the present one stands
about at par. The only consolation com-
ingto the people is "it might have been
worse. -Manatee Record.
Just a few more days and the present
term of the Legislatsure will be a thing
of history. Then the lawyers will take
a hand and see how many of the laws
enacted can be proven unonqtitutional
-Marianna TimsesCourier.
The splendid achievements of several
of the new members of the Legislature
go far to prove the falsity of the sWa
meant that it takes at least one smm


for one to "learn the ope," ete.
Pkirwtk of Duvalt 8tmk, of M .
ion, an Avy, of m s are sne-
agniad aa e most p tt
b. anm.of St Johns,
of anatee, take hh ak I
liberations of the Senate et t* m
all "new" men.-Paiathka=5-=d.


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The trouble with the Jennings ad
ministration appears to be that thern
was no Taft to sit on the lid, Governoo
Broward having no taste for the job.
An editorial paragraph In last week'i
issue referred to an article which was
at the last moment, crowded out foi
lack of space. It will be found in this
issue ,
We cheerfully surrender a large por-
tion of our apace in this issue to the
purpose of informing our readers as to
state of public sentiment upon various
live topic of general interest, particu-
larly the subjects of recent legislative
investigations. as mirrored in the col-
umns of our State contemporaries.
It is stated that South Carolina has
gone into the immigration business on
her own account. A commissioner has
been sent to Europe to obtain immi-
grants to settle and cultivate a 5,000,-
000 acre tract of land. The outcome of
this experiment will be watched with
keen Interest by all the southern States,
as the success of it will likely cause
other States to follow the plan.
"There is no greater Incentive to
honesty in public office than publicity of
the acts of those who hold public
office," says the Jacksonville Metro-
polls. That la precisely the task which
The True Democrat has set for itself
to provide the widest possible publicity
for all official acta of those chosen to
serve the people, their masters, in pub-
lic office. The commendation it has
already received encourages it to
renewed efforts in the work it has un-
dertaken. .
A dramatic incident occurred at the
funeral of the late Gen. Fitahugh Lee,
which demonstrates the fact that the
men who fought the battles in the civil
war are the first to "get together."
Among the escort of civilians were sev-
eral old Confederate veterans wearing
the uniform in which the dead general
won his fame as a soldier. These of-
ficers wore on their collars the insignia
that in the Confederate service indicat-
ed the rank of captain. Immediately,
in accordance with the military training
which requires a junior officer to dis-
mount before addressing his superior,
j Lieutenant U11. 8. Grant, who was act-
ing as adjutant, sprang from his horse,
and, on foot, assigned lee's oki com-
rades to position.
A deal involving $1,M10,000 and 198,-
000 acresof land in Liberty and Frank-
lin counties, Florida, was cloned at
Brunswick. Ga., last week. The pur-
chasers are a syndicate of Chicago and
St. Louis capitalists The closing of
this deal means the building of a rail-
road to Apalachicola, Fla.. from St.
Joseph, a distance of forty miles. The
road will then extend northward one
hundred miles to Quincy, and it is un-
deratood that It will then head for At-
lanta. The purchase also means the
settlement and huiMing of a city at
8S. Joseph. The purchasers have re-
cently visited the tract and inspected
it thoroughly. A visit was also made
to Apalachicola. The land sold was
owned by a syndicate of (,,orgia and
PFlorida business men
The West Palm Beach Sun rtals the
Fort Pierce News to account for re-
marking that Florida, in the past, has
been poorly represented, in the
matter of newspapers, and int mates
that the News editor is inclined to ex-
tend dosnratUlations to the pehiple of
the State because of his timely arrival
and his endeavor to show them how a


Flokida newspaper should be conducted.
The Sun says: "To Florida's wonder-
flj progets there is no other one
agency to which more credit is due than
to Its newspapers, and klong before Fort
Z. herd much other than the rum-
cof the waves, the newspapers of
0'i State were doing work extremely
Ceditable in any country. Like to have
yoe help us out, brother; but you are
not licensed to make fun of 'us followr'
who bore the blunt end of the battle
and put Florida so close to the front
and e you the chance to climb into

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TUL Umo r iLAW .u@.. Mrr -S crm.
Of amIt e wso "a te to hope TiW mt of the i- e a of he several State
for in the matter of a rational c~t on Monday 'th of a h in- wMeb escaped
libel law from this Legislature-a fact the matter of the Walles claim is b6 9esatigated the Florida Universfty at .anila lmrdareemloed withewlife
to be sincerely regretted by every lover yond rational explanation, and hence no Lake City, together with a deals of by the pnoviionofdthe ekman College
at of fair play. good w ppse mO be served by at- the commit's statements by the Law--as it mat w be ealled-is as
W The newspapers of Flordsa have never tempting an analysis of the vote, or of Jacksonville Timea-Union. Although- yet a matter of esoMerab0le ncer-
faltered in their loyalty to the Interests the metive'of those who voted. A the passage of the Buekman bill practi- tainty. Section Seventeen of the act
Sof the State; or hesitated to coalt=bute simple, plain statement of the facts as caly eliminatesa many of the. iss es otekas the proviuion relating to this
to the full extent of their powers to the they occurred will abundantly Inform raised in the matter of the university, feature of the upheaval, and is as fol-
general welfare, progress and prosper- the public conee lag the transaction. public interest remains centered upon ow
Ity of the people. Their request, there- When the Holae bill amending the the real conditions existing there, and Unrro-erS-
fore, for a more reasonable and just act ef so a to pay $12,500 each to the execution of the law as eaeted sersag i sheadsmet, the
condition of the law of libel than now 8. I. Walles and the Beard estate came must be largely affected bysucheondlt- iaid toint a assembled
exists should have had respectful con- to the Senate the judiciary committee lons. buildings and situation of the
sideration at the hands of the Legila- 'presented a substitute providing that In addition to the prompt editorial re- ,'e ismui s named in and
ture. Their State organization, the the claimants should be authorized to spone of the Times-Union to the charges abois hed by ths act virregard to
e Press Association, having appointed a appeal to the courts, by bringing suit made In the committee's report, the the permanent a tio s e1 an in-
special committee on the subject, which against the State in any court of com- president of the institution has publish- stitution at some ctral point in the
committee presented a bill modifying potent Jurisdiction for the amount ed in that journal an extended and elab- po nation as well asto theneeds and
a the rigors of the existing law, that bill, claimed as commissions on the coulec- orate defense, and Editor Harris, of requirements of the same as prescribed
, or some bill competent to command the tion of the Indian war claim. After the Ocala Banner, a member of the in ihis act and the powers given there-
r approval of the legislators, should have debate, the Senate rejected the amend- board of trustees, o comes to the nd, and te f ay mtalome
s been adopted and enacted into law. ment to the House bill (being the sub- rescue with a lengthy editorial protest. to the control of the State Board of
All honor is due to Hon. J. Campbell stitute aboce mentioned), by a vote of Each of these articles is too long to be Education for such purposes, and may,
* Avery, member of the House for Es- 15 to 16, as follows: reproduced in these columns, but they if advisable, after carefulconsideration,
Scambia, for hi. earnest efforts in be- Yeas- Senators Bailey, Blount, Crill, should be consulted by every one desir- appropriate either temporarily or per-
half of this just measure; and to tiose Davis, Harris, Hudson, Humphries, Mc- ous of forming a correct judgment in property and effects of anyone of ssld
who with voice and vote aided him in Creary, Newlan, Raney, Sams, Scott, the premises. vacated and abolished institutions for
supporting it. Stockton, West and Wilson 15. Apropos of this and other investigat- such purposes. Said board being here-
by vested with an absolute discretion
To Representative Julian of Columbia Nays- -Mr. President, Senators Ad- ing committee reports the Palatka and power in the matter of location and
belongs the honor if such it be- of de- ams, Alford, Baskin, Canova, Clarke, Times-Herald pertinently remarks: citus of this said institution. That in
eating the bill in the House, by mov- Crane, Crews, Faulkner, Gillen, Jack- Perhaps never before have Florida the location of the Florida Female Col-
ing its indefinite postponment; and son, Lee, Massey, Neel, Wadsworth Legislative committees appointed to in- lege hereby created, said boards are
those who blindly followed his lead will and Zim 16. spect the State institutions made re- hereby authorized and empowered to
live to regrbt thlir hasty inlustic o Wn ai r r. m l ports so plainly and pointedly worded locate and fix the same (after they
e to ret their h y njustice to Wherupon, Senator Harris moved to as those which have recently startled shall have located the said university)
the Florida Preas. indefinitely postpone the House bill the people of Florida. The committees, at one of the places occupied by any
Among the numerous expressions of which was before the Senate, and, in luckily, consisted of men who were de- one of the said abolished institutions
the State papers on the subject we find the language of the war corr-esond termined to themselves inspect the in- under this act, having especial regard
the following: e "guage war correspond stitutions visited, and to make a faith- for the character and condition ofthe
he owg. ents, "the Incident was closed." ful report of their findings. In years grounds, buildings and structures there-
The newspaper libel law billwhich the As above intimated, we do not care past these investigating trips were re- on of such abolished institutions asthey
State PresAssciation prepared to p to discuss the matter farther at this garded as nothing more nor less than may select, its location as to health
through the present Legislature hasa t d i. --.t..;. .- pleasure junkets-at most merely a and accessibility, and its adaptability to
apparently been killed, having been in- time but will be content with the matter of form. We remember that a the particular needs of such an institu-
dao nitely postponed on motion of Dr. mark that now Florida is fairly and; few years since a disgraceful state of tion. Said boards are hereby further
Julian, of Columbia county. Just what squarely in the ranks of those sovereign affairs existed at a well-known educa. authorized, directed and empowered to
consideration of public duty or legal States which have deliberately repudi.- tional institution, and the members of change the location of the Institute for
equity prompted the Columbia countyatd he the committee. before they left Talla- the Blind, Deaf and Dumb, heretofore
representative in this action are not ted their just obligations, simply be- hassee, were notified of these condit- created, if they shall deem such change
known but one thing certain, the mem- cause they had the power to do so; ions. Yet, despite all this, the commit- of location wise and expedient, and after
bers o the Stat press will always feel and the prediction that Florida will yet tee reported everything "lovely." No they have selected and located the said
graeful to Hon. Campbell Avery for have to pay the Wailes claim in full' real examination of the buildings-no University of the State of Florida and
la efforts in support of the bill. Mr. ite ...t, effort in fact. was made to investigate thesaid Florida Female College; incase
Avery introduced it, got a favorable witn interesta t the conduct of the management of the they shall determine to change the lo-
report upon it from the committee, and A TANPA CRITICISM. school. It has been hinted that the cation of the Institute for the Blind, --
ably defended it on the floor of the ..ne.o Itsi c findings were written by a member Deaf and Dumb, they shall change the
House. Pensacola Journal. "One of the most senosu handicaps of the faculty long before the arrival of same to and locate the same at one of
The Metropolis has often naid and under which the people of Florida labor he committee on the scene. This case the places now occupied by some one of
says again that newspapers have few, in the matter of legislation," says the 'as perhaps but one of many. the said abolished institutions which
friend. In the Florida Legislature. T Tim "s th ne --r. they shall select for such purpose, not
What friendship existed was while the ampa Times, "is the absenceof a paper TI RFORM SCHOOL already selected by them for the pur-
members were candidates and before at Tallahassee strong enough to report Among the numerous reports of in- poses herein provided, having due re-
elected. The ungratefulness of some proceedings fully each day, so that every vestigating committees, that of Messrs. gard for the necessity and requirements
members of the Legislature should be member of the Legislature would have Herndon and Sparkman of the House, of the same, its situation and accessi-
remembered by ever editor and pub. erno an pkman o the oue ability, and its adaptability to the ur-
rememsher in the State. ediat the proposed the preceding day's business fully re- and Neel, of the Senate, on the State poes tyof such adaptabilnstitution, and in
fisher In the State. That the proposed, p
amendment should be killed by a mem- ported and laid by his plate at the break-; Reform School at Marianna, was one of selecting said location shall have
ber from the home of the secretary of fast table. It would wonderfully clear complete approval of everything con- due regard and make provisions
the Senate and from the place where up the air and promote business not to nected with that institution, and in the for the complete separation, but with
the last session of the State Press As- .. inttution, and in equal consistent accommodation and
sociation assembled was about the un- speak o the greatest familiarity of the absence of iny charge or suspicion of within reach and under the control of
kindest cut of all. Session after nes- public at large with the doings of the "whitewashing," it must be accepted the same corps of officers, teachers and
sion the newspaper men of Florida have solons. as true managers of the white and colored in-
sought to have this unjust and partial Tampa is a busy, hustling, modern T.h r' ln f rp mates of the same, so that there will
libel law amended so as to give all and tolerably well-populated city, and repo ls t reprodu'- be no admixture or association of the
parties an equal show before the courts supports three daily newspapers, of tion here, but the following extacts races. * *
but invariably it has failed. All honor uppo p will indicate its character: KNKN T
tA Mr. Avery and the other members which the Times is justly regarded as We feel free to say that we are **NOCKING" T LGISLATURE.
who supported the bill. They are about the most up-to-date and enter- agreeably surprised with what we From theTim-Uni n:
friends of the newspapers, and where prising; yet, strange to say, its editor found at this institution after hearing The Gainesville Sun says: "The
has one of those opponents to newspa- a s by the above to be unfamiliar so much criticism of late through the Legislature will now be in line to be
pers distinguished himself as a develop- a the av to ar critd ofthewi cussed out" by the State press for
er of his section equal to a newspaper? with the course of legislative proved newsftpapers acting everythingse the next two months." The State
--Jacksonville Metropolis. ure, in which a record of the prtced- ful:y connected with the school and press is already squariF itself for that
The Tribune is heartily disgusted with ing day's business" is supposed to be farm, we do not hesitate to say that biennial amusement. The bouquets so
the average politician. Tne newspa. supplied to each member of the Legis- the appropriation asked for in the re- liberal how eredonthis legislature
pers make the-m and as a general thin Iture and to the public at the onn' p be granted, believing as we do than two months ago are already
they are the moat ungrateful setf latureandto thepublic.at the opening that with proper legislation it will in a fadedwithered.
nincompooesson no at What is the use of having a isla
nincompoops on the horizon. The pa. of each daily eson-if not at the few years be not only self-sustaining What l the use of having a Legisla-
pers of this State should spot every breakfast table. but a source of revenue to the State if we can't have some fun cu
mother's son of them who opposed this It in quite true that the serviceof the It is a humane institution, and in our fng it out?" Only the greenest of law-
bill and the minute their heads bob up o a, ,-ls is frequently defective opinion all persons under the age of 18 ou have on to Tl
againforpoliticalprefermentandemo daily journals i frequently defectiveyearshoul be sent there instead of expecting to win the plaudits of the
uments a crack should be taken at them and that sometimes the members do not the chaingang, also all old, infirm pris- people and the press by this time. The
that will forever sever their political see the journals of the previous day owners who are unable to do hard labor, task of pleasing everybody has never
aspirations from their putrid anatomy, until late in the forenoon; hut the the- as they would be a great aid in instruct yet been accomplished. Each section
Tampa Tribune. r is right, and the publication on the farm. see some fet measure heated.
...... .... a real daily newspaper at Tallahassee We recommend that the laws govern- The criticisms already made in the
PENMSAtOLA PERSKONALITIESl. would scarcely prove an acceptable sub- ing the institution be so amended that state pre. If onle an tret of what
The Jasper News suggests the name statute for the official journals. there will be no further trouble in en- Tas see ae n t pegiatrms now at
of Hon W. A. Blount. of Pensacola, for So far a the publication of a daily it be made the duty of the com- may well wish they were after the com-
the next gubernatorial vacancy, and the newspaper at the Capital is concerned, mittin. court to furnish a history of the ing week. The only consolation any of
('hipley Hanner wconds the suggestion, everybody knows that one really worthy child as far as possible; parents, place them can have can come only to him
remarking that "a better selection could of the name could not be made to pay of birth, chronic disease, if any, use of who hase f tedrin his sapabou tme
not be made." It is too early to con- expenses, save for the sixty days dur- intoxicants, tobacco, cigarettes, etc. same Legislature when it first met, its
sider the matter of choosing a succes- ing the session every two years, and These statement scarcely coincide superior intelligence, the fine moral
,or to Governor Broward; and, although even that is doubtful; nevertheless, the with those made by Hon. Wm. H. Mil- standing of its membership, etc.
It iBln earl West Florida'sel turn, Senra- proprietor of The True Democrat con ton, of Marianna, chairman of the Democracy still survives in this na-
ItoisrBlun Wesnot Florida's turn, Sent a-n dotion1 ad the privilege we exercise of
any such asnpirations. template Its publication daily during board of managers, published in a criticisains our lawmakers because they
Concerning the recent appointment the next session of the Legislature. Marianna newspaper, in March last, have not done the impossible ia one of
of Judge Charles B Parkhill to the Su- -- -- --- and commented on in The True Demo- the few proofs we have of it. But. in
preme Bench, the Pensacola Journal Elsewhere we reproduce an editorial crat of March 24. truth, the present Legislature has done
aptly says: from the Jacksonville Times-Union con- Whichever is the truth, we sincerely lm harm, co far, s a body exercilsd
The appointment of Judre ,harlea B corn- the habit of criticism -t .. ... mor common 9 in killing of
Parkhill to seeing the habit of criticism of the hope that the legislation enacted at the foolish legislation and promises t1 ave
move from Pensacola one of the mot Legislature. and wish to add our warm- session lust ended may result in benefit less behind it to berrettd than al-
universally esteemed and deservedly esat commendation of the spirit of the to this important and necessary State most any former lorda Legislature.
popular gentlemen whom Pensacola haa article. Criticism, as the Times-Union institution^. Its record is cleaner and it has shown


ever had the privilege of claiming a a ,ay. may be expected, but only from A Card ef T-al- more w isdom hn t e Lratore of
citizen. A sterling Democrat, a Io- ofethttHoanoof
shed orator, charmi o at those whose view of the results of the To the Members of the House of Repo. These a tmes when the
list, and, withal, a typical gentleman, session is restricted to the immediate re b taUves:d of men on political and eonom i sub.
Judge Parkhill has a personality which subject in which they ar interested. vote the honorf to be electedHo of ur ts p and the
fe men possess and which fewer a Of thislass The True Democrat con- -sentatives for this session eand it gaveP resent u'are Ma ahown a comn-
still can resist and he holds a place In, senta.. .es.o ths ses andr t ge inedable contrari.
the hearts of Pensaeollans which or-. I self a member, with reference me great pleasure to be under you Wheth t lawmak at Tallahas-
dinary man could obtain. In common to the defeat of the amendment to the to wait upon youn s it was myduty. see will yet do something to merit seo
with his other legion of friends n this libe law. But the cla is a small one, om what Ihav wt uen I the b1 e Iad mle ange m to W


eitlhsn. He beond qu, tion, shad Mr. Benan. the werage contrac- rker, is omethn of whh am a tre of 19 w be marked with eod.
ter upon the w tor, has had t honor ontrcowat and the it upto thank
i o wih ratulates ahnd the sum total of critical co. nlaint of this great State of Fu ka;,, d o ltr Adm vaNteir to his
c.ityTh Jpounhal ,,,ut seeno..I t heikr lncersetae




r n his in t t will not be ch a to g turned to homisthink that L this, e great-onort w es a tk
an will his friendp n the Dregretp Which the .. lat unday. He bxppeta to me. a"lile war .tthh sth
City. brng his family here this fall. of the HosofRepresentatives. For esa.m Job Praintia, e Collins.


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MAYORWEAVER

SHOWS NERVE


Qcaker City Chief Executivc Again
Oasts Two Offictals.


INSTALLS HIS OWN MEN

Row Over Leasing of Philadelphia City
Gas Plant Reaches an Interesting
But Acute Climax.

At Philadelphia Thursday Mayor
Weaver took forcible possession of
the offices of director of public safe-
ty and director of public works.
Neither Director Smyth nor Direc-
tdr Ccstello offerc-' scrlous resistance.
Four detectives are now on guard at
the offices.


Accompanied by hbR counsel and
four detectives, Mayor Weaver went
to the offl-ce of Director of Public
Safety Smyth. He informed that of-
ficial that he had been dismissed
and that his presence in the office
was a trespass. Director Smyth with-
'^ drew from the office.
The m'afor placed two detectives in
charge and then went to the office
of Elrector of Pablic Works Costello,
where the samo ceremony was re-
peated.
Mr. Cobtello also quit his office and
detectives were placed in charge.
Rumor was current that the repub-
lican organization leaders Intend to
impeach M.ayor Weaver. With this
end in view, it is said, a special meet-
ing of selected council will be called
for the purpose. Malfeasance In of-
fice is the ground upon which the
Impeachment proceedings will be
baued. The organization leaders claim
they have the proof to sustain the
charges.
A writ of special supersedes was
granted during the day by Chief Jus-
Vtice Mitopell and Justice Potter of
' the supreme court to former Judge
Gordon, counsel for Mayor Weaver,
in the injunction proceedings brought
before Judge Ralston In the court of
common pleas to restrain the mayor
from removing from office Directors
Smyth and Lostello. The writ re-
moves the injunction granted Wednes-
day and allows the directors to re-
sume their duties.
Acting on the writ of supercedeas,
the new directors at once assumed
charge of their offices.
In the meantime the supreme court
Investigates the matter.
A dramatic Incident of the day was
the ovation given Mayor Weaver by
several thousand persons on his way
from the city hall to the Union
League for lunch. It was a sensa-
tional demonstration and looked upon
by those opposed to the lease as an
indication of the trend of popular
sentiment.

JLDGE KROULSA4IT IPOLDS SHEA.

S Seaed of lTeasters' tefose Escapes Impriu-
onaeel--Otberes eo Sesteaces.
In court at Chlcago, Thursday, C.
P. Shea. president of the Teamsters'
Idnlon, was upheld by Judge Kohlsaat
Union, was upheld by Judge kohisaat
of the federal court In his refusal to
answer questions before Master in
Chancery Sherman which might tend
to incriminate him. Shea Is now un-
der Indictment In the criminal court,
and Judge Kohlsaat declared that en-
swers to some of the questions put
to him might prejudice the hearing
of this case.
f the s:me decision which excused
Sea the court ruled that Barnarn
Mulligan. president of the Express
Drivers' Union, and John Donehoe, a
\ member of the same union, had re-
fused to answer questions which could
not in any way connect them with any
criminal proceedings, and they were,
therefore, In contempt of eouwt. He
sentenced both men to Ja., but al-
lowed then to remain In nominal cus-.
tody In the hands of United States
Marshal Ames for five days. a order
that totmr auney pe"mt t a.ea


MORE RACKET IN CHICAGO

Strikers Become Obstrepeo Again
ad Police are Forc d to Us
Their Rvolvers
Rioting broke out afresh 'riday In
the strike at Chicago, and although no
body was seriously hurt, there wore
a number of vicious fights in th..
lumber district, during which the po
lice were compelled to use their clubs,
and in on-) instance revolvers, in or-
der to disperse the mobs.
The worst fight in the lumber dis-
trict occurred at Twenty-second street
and Ashland avenue, where a crowd
of men and boys had all through the
morning hurled stones and clubs at
c very pasb.'ng lumber wagon. Finally,
a wagon, on which Police Officer Ba-
genski was a passenger, came a:ong,
and the mob greeted it with the usual
volley of stones. They also threaten-
ed to attack the driver, and the sit-
uation was so serious that the otflter,
drawing his revolver, fired six shots
at the crowd, which broke and fled
in wild confusion. 'None of the bul-
\c:s hit anybody.
Dl)irng the e ending general rioting
was r,revalcnt throlighout the ltini)er
distrr.'t, anid particularly iu the tc..r-
ri'ory near the linter.sI:t au of Thirty-
fifth strr.et and Center avenue. T'.e
ltirni.; r wv'Hgons retiirni.ng from making
d(!liveries wre attacked by crowi;s
tit (,very available opportunity. Larne
nrinibers of men, anrineid wth clul s,
tu:iln shots nd bricks, accompany ed
by j e;'rin women and excited ch:1-
dren. fllio.1 the sidewalks alung (*.n-
ter avenue, Thirty fifth street, Loornis
street and ArchT'r av'miue, awaiting
the passage of wagons, which war,1
believed by the crowd to be un-
guarded.
At Archer avenue and Loom!s street
two trucks appeared with one police-
man on each. The trucks were im-
mediately bombarded with bricks and
stones, and scores of air rifles werei
brought into play. A bullet from one
of these weapons seriously wounded
Policeman James Fitzpatrick in the
right hand. The two policemen drew
their revolvers fired over the
heads of the rioters, holding them at
bay until the drivers managed to
reach their destination.
The strike spread during the day
in a mail degree throughout the
building trades. There were a num-
ber of Instances where woodworkers
refused to recele the material de-
livered by non-union teamsters and
walked out. This move In many In-
stances was made by the men Indl-
viduia]y. There was no official ac-
lion taken by any of the material


trades unions looking to active svmn-
paithetic support of the teamsters'
strike. Several of the labor leaders
in the ranks of the material trade
d-,clared that there is no prospect. in
t'eir opinion, of any complete tie-up
of th" building tradeR by a strike of
the men. There Is no movement 3on
foo. at present looking toward a set-
tlement of the strike. Mayor punn,
talked as though he had abandoned
hope of a settlement.

PRISBYTERIAN CHUiCN UION FAr.S.

The Proposition to federated With Other
Breanche is Leid es the Shelf.
The forty-fifth general assembly of
the Southern Presbyterian church ad.
jonrnod at Fort Worth, Texas, Friday,
.Molerator Plunke:t declared the con-
%ention dissolved at ':36, an-I at th,.
same- time called nu.xt session to
mnr,- at( Greenville, S. C., at 1I a. Im.,
i the third Tuesday In May. l06.c.
"T.r- discussion of the quen'"un of
fd-<'rat:on with o*h(-r branches of the
chu;irch was long drawn outl, and who-n
i:-- endtr came it was as far from final
se';lnmelnt as at any tnime during the
letbate, which Ir"'ceedpd the vote.
There is an frreonnellahle element 4In
the church that forcefully manifested
itself. which Is opposed to federation,
and there sla an element slightly
stronger that favors It, but neither
side could muster the necessary
strength to definitely settle the mat.-
ter.
In the end, the question, by a vote
of 93 to 81, was merely referred back
to Its committee, to which were add-
ed three members, The commluee
was Instructed to bring another pla n
of ftwderate b e U0 te amst .i.m


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WF WALL

IS NOT A BAR


To Purdasag Material for Caal
in Foreign Markets.


TAFT HAS SO DECLARED

Secretary of War Makes Significant
Batqqet Speech Anent Canal Af-
fairs and the Railroads.


The celebration of the twenty-fifth
anniversary of the Cincinnati Comn
mercal Club closed In that city Fri-
day night with a notable banquet,
where the speakers discussed vital
questions of the day. The cities which
were represented at the banquet were
Boston. Chicago, St. Louis and Cincin-
nati. Secretary of War Taft made
the principal speech of the evening.
The secretary said In part:
"If the Panama canal were inside
the territory of the United States, of
course all the material used on the
canal could pay duty or be bought
in the United States, but as the con-
structlon of the canal is a number
of days' journey from the tariff wait
of the United Otates, it presents ex-
actly the same as is presented In the
case of the Philippine Islands. Now.
if congress wants to pay more. than
France was willing to pay, then they
are welcome to do so, but in the ab-
sence of a rule we feel we must carry
out the rule that app~ls. that rule
requires that the lpri(cs and quality
being the same. we must buy Anier-
ican goods. In the absence of a rule,
we feel bound by our trust to luild
as cheaply as posiblA. \\'e su bn.tteel
the question to (on:ir*ess on this line,
asking congress to lay down a rule.
If there is no rule, we m'nist iuilnd as
a btis iiess nian would. Now, there
Is no ques'lon of protection or tree
trade; it is mnerely our (1tity under the
law as it stanl!s. If the, ru'e or law
Is c':ang;'l, then we tnist chAnge."
Hlie then poe of tl, re'I:on of
the to'oveirnrient to the rIl'ro. Is.
"I cannot but thinK." he sail,. "the
diso u:ilon which Is tnow i going on has
Ead a niuch wider scope thatn is nec-
(e sary. The question is the passage
of certain leg!slaflon and the discuts-
sion Is properly narrowed by consid-
eration of what that legis'htIon is.'
He explained the present statute on
inter-state commerce, calling attention
to its references to "unreoaonable"
rates, and the position of the Inter-
state commerce commission on that
matter. He stated that the measure
proposed Is a very moderate measure,
and it is unfair to denounce it so se.
verely as had been done.
He beo.,eI the cnanoes propose,
by the Eshe-Townsncld |ill would re-
sult in gool. He w ;s willing to ad.
mit our debt to the railroads for
building up the country, ,but he main-
ta!ne.l that that ;should not gvoe them
freedom from control. If hornr,'lody
must look '.t'o tihe Josivce of rates.,
that someho ly must In e ( oipetnt'it
and of nuttio)or ty to reqilre' renasonHblei
rates. Further, he held that it would
greatly rlilove the cour:H to provide
a court to consider railroad rates.
Rebates were a matter that should
be preranrer for, even though he had
been Informed there were no longer
any such things as reniteos. He In-
sisted that the railroads should not
antagonIze, but that they owe-I some-
thing to the government to see tnat
conditions of prosperity continued.

NOrILL GIVIS A4% LIIMAILM.


Piedmont, in Atlante, Will Stick to Double
Rates for Cegventions.
An ultimatum from the Piedmont
hotel, to the effect that it wl:l cou-
tinue to charge double rates during
conventions, promises by other hotels
of Atlanta that they will not ad.'
vance rates, but will reduce them if
It becomes necessary to secure any
large convintmon, and the adoption of
a resolution dol daring that the chain-
her cf rc::,onm-rce will, I future, lay
stress airl fmt;phasis upon the 'liberal
spir:t an I ample service" of other
hotels. .tvth a (lite stoatermnt of the
rate&" of the P.idmont hotel, were
the features oif a meeting held Fri-
(iay afternoon, n.
The meeting was called for the pur-
pose of having the hotel and retau-
rant men of the city reach an un-
derstanding with the chamber of com.
merce regarding the rates that will i
future hbo hsrgel in order that every
one might work together for the up-
building nf the city and the securing
of other cone-ntions for Atlanta.
A letter to this effect brought
from the Piedmont hotel the state-
ment that the management of that
place would conUnue to charge during
conventions the double rate that oh-
aft"d dariag te* *anti I


I~~~ MUffEl


battle shil's, two coast defense ships. esy and Rojestvensky, for the honoi'
one Ih' royvr and oneo special service of the navy, inseated that the Bfeetf
ship captured, while over 3,0o) pris- should be given a ebanoe to etriev
oners have teoon taken, Including the disasters suffered on land.
Rear Adm:ral Neblogaoff. Vice A-. Diplomats entertain no doubt that
miral Roj( tvensky appears to have the belligerent faction will continue.
escaid. 1'he Japanese, at last ac- to urge that the war be fought to the'
counts, were still pursuing the Rus. bitter end, but the friends o RBuat '
slans, and It may be some time be. abroad, and espoclaly France, a w
fore the final result !s known. bringing overwhlming argue t
According to Associated Press re- bear in favor of peace.
ports, the number of Russian vessels Japs Rejoice Gretly.
destroyed or sunk up to late Monday The news of Togo's great Jitory
night stood a nineteen. None of the over Rojestvensky sot all J mu in
Japanese warships were injured, a wild delirium of joy. Whie there :
How Conflict Began. never has been a doubt In 0ie mladls
Aceordinw to the correspondent of of the people of the ability of To o
The London Daily Mail at Beoul, to smash the Russians When they.
Kon a, earlyy on Saturday morning, met, the long delay and lnpenetrab o
Vice Admiral Togo, with practically secrecy maintained had tsused a oo '
all tho powerful fighting ships of the d(tion of nervous tension, which has:
Japaneoe navy, waH at Masampho, now given way to unconcealed ela*.'
Korea, wh< u wirele-ss signals from his lion, which grows As the magnitude
scouts ,i btween Ti nnd Quelpart of the victory becaoes apparent .
Islands anntxonc'ed the approa(iH of The last doubt o46omplete Japane se
the ::;latin fict in full force. niceC'ss has been removed by TogO's
A fw hourn lator, the scouts re- r.ni:nlfcent victory, and It Is said. o
ported that the lius!i.ttN were not hIgh a-ithorlty, that the land Opera'
as cniling the' western channel as han tin:ls will he pushed with great vior I
ben ;nti!Ic!;atel, tut they were coii- now, and an effort will be made, with.
Ing up i the* (.a'ern charr.el, which out delay, to cut off the entire RIU.
cratid soime. surprise. slan army in Manchuria.
Admiral Tog.o immnedlatoly started List of Shipe Sunk.
nt fiull speed around the north of In the battle fought Saturday la
TsU I'landt:, and, when he doubled thi Strait of Korea, the Russian bat-
the islan'. he saw the Russians com- tleships Borodino and Alexander mI,
ring n two c:uunins. lie then brought the armored cruisers Admiral Naka.
a terr'!,c fir. to ,hear on the flank of hir, Dmitri Donskol and Vladimir
the tort column, and as the Rus- Monomach, the coast defense Iro9
slans fel into dllsorder, then forced clad Admiral Oushakoff, the protect,
th,,rn steadily eastward towards the el crulsers 8Sietlara and Jemoltg.
Japane.se coast. where they were st- chig, the repair ship Kamchatka aM4
tacked by every vessel that flew the the- cruiser Irtessln were sunk. .
Japanme s flaJ. The battleships Orel and Nichol
R(pe.'atdel tor;n'dlo attacks were do.- I and the cost defense Iron clai
liver( some of the-m w:th greateo t 'Admiral Seniavin sanl general Adml
s1t4ie.ss. The v,-'M's whii b escal:od, ral ('praxfTe were rapt'ired. '
tlhe corr. sp])i :' :it wt will prol)alhy I According to Inter ad lices, the Ta p
be able to r' -iri Vla,'l'vertok. annrse, In addition to the shlps b
Nlchclis Weeps O/er D'saster. ready named, captured thie Ruestai
A St. l'etersiiiurg sipoclal says: After battleshqip imSi Vl'l:.y and the R
waiting vainly all day and evening slan flaslship % %s Fs*r:o-:slv dlam.g l
for direct news from the scattered Reports were c-rrent on the s
rcritiants orf Vice Admiral Hojestven- cx"hanie in l.nndoon ptirport!ng to
sk"y's ,l.str,.',dl itd leateu fleet, the from nt t' or t Oiv: *,t I'vate sou&rOct
RuFi"'rii nl in r'tv nat ri-Ilnight no thnt Adtinra: ioje- vensky's prigs^
lon e-r atteirni.ltel to heo.l nut against sh!:p. Knl t oi-ov-'-cif, won among
the- verwhhe;in n. evidence pouring .s.,:.s :nk, nnl that the Ja
In from all dlircrTons that the fleet were f "r'wing utp h*e Runs:ans a .
on which all their hopes were cen- p'ctini? off their ship one by one.&._
terel, bad Wilfftcred a greater disaster Gre&test Since Trafalgar. '. '"
than dil the combined French and A d( spr'ch lnrui Perl!u. Ge
Spnnish fleets at Trafalgar. 'ay.: Na\al cr!tl, s In the ev


More bitter even than defeat is the ipers nccrtpt, w:tholit reserve.
Japanese claim of the virtual annlh, ;-atchcs fro-m Toklo and bq 14
lat!on of the Iutsslan fleet with prac. the view that the war NA
tically no loss on their side, and many u,;on the las' phase It B1
officers cling doggedly to the belief Japainese command of t h
that Vice Admiral Togo must have continue unthreateued UttUlla
suffered heavily. [ The battle of Saturday IMs
With every ship of Rear Admiral greatest fleet action for a-
Nebogatoff's reinforcing division, eith- years. or snoe Traft'aar, a
r e to the bottom or -forced to 4e
e aE *aad On4 ax 1 gal


Togo Pounces Upon Rojestvensky InI

the Straits of Korea and An- N

nihilates Squaedrn.



slips L ab snt from the UAt Q w ]
IL U Uf SKIS 8, sels sunk or captured, ad4 with lt ti
Japanese pursuit still contathl g,
naval authority bhas the temerity tqo
Three Battleships and dream that Ruassa can agatia a*tten34
to wrest the mastery o o te i fm
S 3,000 Men Captured, Jalpa n n the present war. The mw
Including Admiral tured vwsels alone will aur-ish Ja
pan with ready.made reinforeementa .
Nebogatoff. which wll be more than a match f I
the fourth Pacific squadron now about
to sall from Cronastdt. The emperor
Togo has met and vanquished Roj- was compleTely prostrated by the
I estvensky. The embargo on naval news, and. according to reports, he
I broke down and wept.
I news was raised at Toklo Monday The effect of the disaster will be
Morning and the Associated Press an- a terrible blow to the sovermmemt. '
The futility of trying to stagger ca,
nouneed that the the great naval bat- on land. is everywhere recolguipe
tie was fought Saturday and Sunday and the cry for "peace at any prices .
Is sure to be raised. This tie It"
in the Straits of Korea, the Japan- Is believed, the government cannot
ese obtaining a complete and over- resist such a cry. Indeed the ra
whelmiug victory. Rojestvenaky's liberals are openly rejoloing i tIIn l
fleet, composed of his most effective hour of their country's humlliatle-
and p)owriul ships, was completely They declare that the d;saster e
shattr.t:1. Peace and a constitution, and
Furt:ler advices confirm the magnl- the deaths of thousands of their f.
tude of the disaster suffered by the low-countrymen and the loss o
Russ:an fleet, and po.ut to the fact a hundred million dollars' orth t
that the Russians' hopes, so far as warships is not too big a prie.
this war Is concerned, now hle in pay.
whatever may le accomplished by The friends of peace In the gov.
the oft-heaten army In Manchuria. An meant are already reproaching the
official report received from Tokio by party with forcing the issue bet
the Japan(.se legation at Washington Togo and Rojestvensky. Whbe.
on Monday evening, says that the fleet appeared in th'e strait t M
Rutsian losses infinitelyy known in- they tried vainly to persuade the ei
cl.ide two ha:atil(hilps, a coast defense peror that the time was opportuaL
ship, 1lte and three d(lstroycts runk, and two but the war party convinced his maj*









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THE TRUE DEtlOCRAT.
JOHN 0. COLUN, Proprietor.

PMMWehed Every FRIDAY Menineg.

SMost people would rather preach
half a day than practice half an hour,
declares the Montreal Star.

Andrew Carnegie denies that he said
i"to die rich ia to die disgraced." That
'lifts a great weight from many of as,
declares the New York Herald.

Prieqds of the Simple Life will toe
glad to know that the $760. opera.
gasess which a Fifth avenue woman
left in a hansom cab have been re-
covered, opines the New York World.

In every great business the chief
trouble is to find a powerful and p!on-
sering staff, observes the British
Weekly. It is frequently achieved in
these days, and especially in America.
by a series of remorseless experiments.
One person after another gets bi,
chance, and nine-tenths of the number
are flung upon the street.

Rev. C. Silvester HIorne, talking t
the merchants of Cardiff, recently
quoted President Roosevelt's word(ls
"Back of the material and greater
than the material lie the moral and
the spiritual," and said: "Now In the
dearth of statesmanship on this sidel
of the Atlantic, let me recommend
those words to you. We used
to have men in England who talked to
us like that."

Canada is somewhat troubled over
the diminished American immigration
Into the Canadian Northwest in 1904,
compared with that of the year Imme-
Ndately preceding, states the New York
Tribune. In 1901-'02 the number of
Amerleans who sought homes In Can-.
lada was 26,000; and In 19023-08 the
:umber rose to 49,000, while in 1900-'04
It dropped to 46,000. W. J. White,
let Canadian inspector of Immlgra-
agencies, has Just returned to Ot.
we from an extended tour in the
Ited States and, as a result of his
atiloa, prdlets that fully 60,000
Mcun this year will cross over
border and become settlers in


The vital statistics of Ingland for
past year have alarmed all fhose
ho like to think that old customs and
6 fashions are still with us, avers the
Argonaut While the registrar-general
has not fully given all the figures and
ItM only reached the year 1908 in his
re ntages, it Is now a solemn fact
t marriage has been declining for
wnty years, until in 1903 the slump
ee so marked that nothing like It
been known since statistlis were
covered. And with the decline of
aurrage, remarriage has fallen, too.
1879. 98 out of every 1000 widows
were Induced to wed again. In 1903.
oly 65.8 out of every 1000 swore to
IoV and obey a second or a third.

John Morley in The Nineteenth Cen.
ry says: "A democracy originally
ritish, the most astonishing and tri-
mphant achievement so far has been
preserving absorption and incor-
rtion acsoes the Atlantic of a cease.-
Storrent of heterogeneous elements
Severe point of the compse Into
united, stable, industrious amad pa.
Upstate with 80,000,000 of population.
tOailag the centralized concert of a
lJ rtem with local independ.
I uniting collective energy with
emagsragement of Individual free-
ga0, How does this stand in comn-
arlon with the Roman empire or
yon a hrch or the Bysantlne em-
-d or Ru!i or Charles the Great or


It required Is effort to be polite
that disagreeable, the Dallas New
thinks.


It m boy l 't eat as soon as he
gets home from school it Is time to
send for the doctor, says the Dallas
News.


If Commander Peary's new shibp the
Rooseveft lives up to Its name there
will be nothing that can stop It till
It gets there, the Chicago Tribune de-
clares.

The business man who neglects hIL
duty as a citizen should not critielse
the politician who neglects his duty
as an official, avows the New York
American.

Those who*judge men purely ac-
cording to the salary they get will
rank the British high commissioner of
South Africa higher than the president
of the United States, opines the Path-
finder, for the former gets $65,000 to
the latter's $50,000.

A plan to raise the president's sal-
ary to $75,000 per year was proposed
In the late congress, hut did not get
far. It ought to be more, but nobody
ever heard of any one declining he-
canse of the beggarly pittance the
ptrildency pays, remarks the Portland
Oregonian (R'p.).

King Alfonso complains that the
ninrtality In the Spanish army is 11
percent, whereas in France it is only
6 percent. It In Intpresting to remeni-
ber that the Japanem,s loss from dis-
ense In war time Is lhss than 1 percent.
Is civilization a failure or in the ( Can
casion played out, the New York
Evening Hun Inquires.

Hardly second In importance to the
direct benefit of institutions for the
treatment of tuberculosis is their edu-
cational influence. Tuberculosis Is in
so large a majority of cases so much
a thing of prevention and care that
to disseminate knowledge concerning
It is to go a long way toward check-
ing It. says the Indianapolis News.

Rev. Pearse Pinch, addressing a Chi-
cago congregation, said: "The most
dangerous criminal we have are men
In high places, by whose example
young men are led to sacrifice charac-
ter for gain. The inventor of colossal
and systematic robbery appears able
to palliate and even glorify his crimes
by following them up with unparallel-
ed charities."

Oold in the ground is of no more
value to mankind than the mereat
dross, asnerts Up-to-Date Farming. lut
mine It, refine It, form it in beautiful
shalne or stamp it with its Intrinsic
value and it Is the most beautiful and
valuable metal. Ho the Idea that was
brought forth lty the A. H. of E., If nc-
cepted., shaped and stamped by Iheo
farmers approval, will prove to he the
most Iwaiutiful and valuable asnot they
anll poSsesS.

General A. B. D)agmett, of the United
eitates Army. gives his opinion of war.
Hio says: 'The greatest event of the
MiTeteenth century was not Waterloo,
Austerlitz or Gettynburg. It was The
Iagxue convention. There was the be-
ginning of the end of war. There is
no need of war in this enlightened day,
and in my candid opinion there prob-
ably will never hlie another warbetween
civilized nations of the earth. I am
In favor of The Hlague tribunal as a
peacemaker, and not of armles and
ships."

Vital statistics shiw that with the
rise of the wage rate there is a pro-
portionate falling off ot the birth
rate, says the Philadelphis ledger. In
EIll.il i541 W 51_ 6IU kUid h


I __9_ Enand *aUtS snow at t Ins brt K
esMaus 96 percent of the persons rate In 1870 was 3 .6 per 1000. In 1908
rho engage In business fall while only it had fallen to 28.4. Oontemporan-
I percent succeed, Franklin MacVeagh eously with births, wages and better
I "willing to feed the 96 percent of In- living there were fewer marriages and
Mapetents to Dr. Osier In order to fewer children. As nations advance In
*ve the 6 percent, who are fitted to civilization and In the diffusion of In-
rvlve." But could the 6 percent our- telllgence and wealth, though life isa
Iv If It were not for the other 95 prolongea. there is a steady tendency
t? asks the New York World. toward celibacy and small families.
ete It not for the lMompeteats where The lower the scale of living the
14 Mr. Rkeeftler, for example, greater the swarms of children. Ac-
all the money he takes away from cording to President Roosevelt the
? Oetaily hbe could not get it number of children ought to increase
wpp ug oil redlneriea with H. H. in proportion to Increased ability to
or ralIroeds with Janme J. care for them properly; but the true
The .beleg. Qt he percent of preventive of race suicide would sees

ar too tmef l to be fed to its in the director of a return to
w- Jtaeul be a fool. e., Y re 1Imitive, simple and uncomfort.
01smt oNa aevostle the abO Weeadiies
'M A.lbft a


BOOK OF BOOK?.
Over 30,000,000 Pub asbed.
An Onklnnd lady who lins n thatr for
good litornture, tells whint a inhppy
time he haind on "Tihe Itn and to W'e!-
ville." S11e says:
"I dranki coffee freely for elhlit years
before I boegn to perc',iv a:ny evil e'f-
fects from it. Then I noticed that I
was becoming very ivrvoat. ind that
my stomainch was gradnlly los!ngr the
power to properly ns lnsinito any food.
In time I got so weak that I dreadedl
to leave the house-for no ren'.on what-
ever but because, of the miserable eon-
dition of my nerves and stomach. I
attributed the trohblo to anything in
the world but coffee, of course. I
(Iosel myself with medlaneas, wb:ch
in the end would leave me in a worse
condition than at first. I was most
wretched andt discouraned-not 30
years old aud feeling that life was a
failure
"I bad given np all ho-e of ever en.
joying myself like other people, till one
day I read the little book, "The Road
to Welville." It opened my eyes, and
taught me a lesson I shall never forget
and cannot value too highly. I Imme-
diately quit the use of the old kind of
coffee and began to drink Postum Food
Coffee I noticed the beginning of an
Improvement In the whole tone of my
system, after only two days use of the
new drink, and In a very short time
realtaed that I could go about Itke
other people without the least return of
the nervous dread that formerly gave
me so much trouble. In fact, my nerv-
ousness disappeared entirely and has
never returned, although It is ow a
year that I have been drinking Postunm
Food Coffee. And my stomach is now
like Iron-nothing can upset It!
"Last week. during the bieg Conclave
In San Francisco, I was on the go day
and night without the slightest fatIgue;
and as I stood In the lmmenwe crowd
watching the great parade that lasted
for hours, I thought to myaWlf, This
strength Is what Postupt Food Coffee
las given mal" Name given by
Posem e., Batte Creek, MWeb.
Thbersa arim.
,b The 5sa" to WOO.


proposed to four other gir~s within
a month.
He-True. darling; but I did It
merely for practice, so that I wouldn't
blunder in proposing to you.-Chicag
JournaL


IRE LOUISVILLE & NABBHVIILB
RAILROAD.
Bes Line to Colbderste Veterus
Reumlon. LmautlvUlk, Ky., June 14.
15-40 190--Very Low Ratese.
stop owM allowed at Mammoth Cave,
Amertos's Great aturam Wonder. Pasm
through tes Htatoteal atUe Pleld. latest
opeo to all. Tiokte sold Joae ltk1, 11th,
ilth ead in. Aaktwafortto viaL. &4X.
aid smmatim f e arsed o aseeadM eet
e J5.. IOL.wmaXm
mmni-a Wim-pm -,


PRACTICAL 0tRL
"Why do you waste so many houre
on beautifying devicea?" Inquired the
old-fashioned womas. "Why not de-
vote that time to thinking beautiUful
thoughts?"
"Oh, fudge," retorted the modern
damsel. "My beau esn't a mind reas"
er."-Laoulavllle Courier-JournaL.

BABY CAME NEAR DYING

Vhem a wet l nb 3mov--,esrhe 4
Till B1o"d Ma,-VWsted tc a a skel-
*etn-pee4dllJy Cured by Cutleaus.
"lThen three months old my boy broke
out with an itching, watery rash all over
bis body, and he would scratch till the
blood ran. We tried warly everything,
but hbe rew worse, wasting to a skeleton,
and we feared hbe would die. He slept only
, when in our arms. The first application
of Cuticmra soothed him so that he slept in
his cradle for the first time in many weeks.
One set of Citieura made a complete and
permanent Cure. (Signed) Mrs. M. C.
Maitland. J per, Ontario."

An Interesting Relic.
One of the most interesting relies
of old literature Is a volume bearing
the date, 1796, and containing copies
of the original official letters writ-
ten by General George Washington
during his command of the Contin.
ental forces of the Revolutionary
War. This volume was brought to
light by George W. Stevens, of Au-
gustas, while looking over some old
letters and papers which occupied
one corner of an attic. No reading
matter is extant which will give one
an understanding of the private life
of Washington and an appreciation of
the emotions and hiard ships which
were begotten in the throes of the
birth of Freedom. The'e letters are
copies of the letters which had been
preserved in the office of the secro.
tary of state at Philadelphia, and Mr.
Stevens shows the volume with a
great deal of satisfaction.-

NO INCENTIVE TO PUNCTUALITY.
"Pop's goin' to give me a watch,"
Aald Willie.
"That will be nice." replied the
aunt, "and it will help you getting to
school In the morning."
"Yes, that's so, 'cause when I get
to school I can look at the watch and
see Just how late I am."-Phlladel-
phia Ledger.

THE OLD BTORY.
"nhat woman look quite young to
Iave a grown daughter "
"Yea; but I wouldn't tell her so."
"Why not?"
"If you do it's a cinch you'll have to
listen to a long yarn explaining that
she was married at fifteen.'

HARD FOR HIM.
"Really." remarked the lazy cad.
"I've been wondering what to give up
during Lent."
"We:l," remarked Miss Pepprey,
"you might give up your seat In a
street car occasionally."-Philadel-
phia Press.


TI bis testimony .bite tie Setate
Committee on Interstate Commerce at
Washington on May 4, Professor Hugo
R. Meyer, of Chicago University, an
expert on railroad management, made
tbis statement:
"Let us look at what might have hap-
pened If we had heeded 4he protests
of the farmers of New York and Ohio
and renmsylvanla oin the sevantles
when grain from tl West began pour-
Ing to the Atlantic seaboard ) and acted
upon the doctrine wih -the.Interstate
Commerce Commission has enunciated
time and again, that no man may be
deprived of the advantages nccring to
him by virtue of bhis geographleal po-
altion. We could not have west of the
MislsisippI a population of millions of
people who are prosperous and are
great consamers. We never should
bare seen the years when we built
10,000 and 12,000 miles of railway, for
there would have been no farmers
west of the Mississippi River who
could have used Uhe land that would
have been opened up by the building
of those railways. And, if wl had not
seen the years wL'n we could build
10,000 and 12.000 miles of rnllway a
year, we should not ra've to-day, east
of the Mississippi, a stNl and iron
prodluei n centre whaih i at on'e the
marvel nod thle d.Vp:", oft Kurope, be-
cause we coull not inhavo1 uii.lt up a
ste I a nd ironic linl'i.try if there had
b~)rn no market for' it l4prodluct.
"**We county not have il New rEng-
Intnl a great boot n'itl !ho- Indtustry;
we could not have in New EngK.id a
groat cotton iiilling i:ilastry; we couli
not linhave so'ld logholltNl: New York
l d I'entylvaniiiia n;nl Ohio i:mi nufl:'t-
tillin litiAlustlri(s of tloe most div'ersl-
tied kindit, I )tC;in:: e 'iosO intlistries
would halae \no un1rk et :ilmoncg th e farim-
ers west of theI MIissIs ppi RIiver.
"And, whiilo 1\ i;<>,'css of this
country, wlhii, ti(-t delv'.op i:n it of the
sgrlmiiltur:il West of this country, did
iisean the irlp 11; a.<11nt of thi' agriui.l-
tural valtie :ast )f ttih .ississippl
Iltho r that r:ii> up iiio )t i'tlrreds of
millions ('if uoilurs, it in,'ant, incl-
dn'italily, til lbuilding up of ,e':it mIan-
ni'a<'tilring lldustries that add.d' to
t tli, valtl.o' of thi la d by thousalmlsn of
millions of dollars. And, gntleien,,
thlise tlii igs were not foreseen l the
| Stv'intles. Thle statespnt-n im1.1 the pub-
lie meni of this country did not see
wi'it part the agriculture; deveiop-
tielit of the WVest wasn going to liay in
the li.duutrial dcveiopmuent of the Ea:st
Anl, you imny read the ie:.-isious of
tile Iintc:'state Commerce Colimnissioni,
from tie first to the last, anid what is
one of tbo greatest characteristics of
those deciloulns? The continued iin-
nbil;ty to see the quitsoa. in this large
way.
"The Interstate Conmmrce Commls-
slan lUevr can 'e..? naiytLilug more than
thlit thi fa.:'tu land of some far.nmer
is decriasing in va!nc, or, that some
Inna. who Ihasa nflWit" illl witlh n pro-
tilletlou of fifty bairt'l a daiy, is bt'ini
crowd'tl out. It nnecr can stlc tliat
I t i 'tl trneci .iin or lin :'i:ii' n.'t of farm
valuh1i in this )hla;' i u('.s.is tli bu.hlilinl f
till of farti vm li,(s ll that phice, andl
that that silftinzi of values is a nc('s-
P:at'y lincid(e.t to t'e inlusltit il ani mI1.1 .
tlf;t.tti lln in v try. Aniil, if ve still gal te a ili tl itr-
s t.ate ( '":nmiaa 'rce ('ni:iiisf" ii ln')ve(''r to
r(;uhlatvt rat(,s, w, so h.1: no longer |a i
our ratcas 'r'gu ;;l(at l Oa thi,' t; i.,!,lli-
llk,' bas;i ('i 1 huhli ich th'; 1.iv% icai
re'gul.tiedl lu tla,- la.t '" tL. r.ailvay
Iinoii. wil re' tly ha:ivo .'celi gat'L t st;teva-
iiit ; i; \l: r :;a ly ih|ve e loii greit jhulll.
er.s of ('iiilrir(s; :vliI hlave hLad all lin-
Sn'n1i titnii tlh:tt rI.\;al the t itii'e;:in:tioui
o(f thl' gre:it.':t 'poet and of the great.
e,'t ilti'll|rl ;lI ;d wilto lhiav Iwilha i g that riviils
thit' '")ii'r.;' ;iud] (ilurii'ng of l!ni greatest
icilit.iry \" ,irnil. Iut w.* stuai llhave
our a.itc r,, ulntecl iby a i,)idy of tivil
,'a a ntS, ii l',l ai ra i, wlhois b'.,,t-
tilma s.mi ti" world ov,:', is that th ,y
c'atit ii r\ i' gr:atp a'i it':atlion lu a n .trge
way nl4d n'tli tith grasp> of theb states-
innmii; tli.t tIh'y ievir (all see the fact
that tli.y tare conftoited with a sntal
evil; tnat that rvil is relatioly sau.all ,
atii that it <';nntat be cor-v'ted except
by the tr'ntlon of ?vl8s nnd abuse's
vhie.h are infinitely greater than the
one that is to be corrected."

A BORN DIPLOMAT.
He-Miss de Jones-Clara-I never
love! any one but you. Will you be
my wife?
She-But I've been told that you


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Stella-Jack said I was the eternal
feminine. Bella-How mean of him to
refer to your age.-Brooklyn Life.
She-I'm thinking of changing my
name. What would you suggest? He
-Mine. She-All right.-Cleveland
Plain-Dealer.
Gracye-Maude asked George to kiss
her. Gladys-Well, I like her cheek!
Gracye-So did George.-Louisville
Courier-Journal.
IHe-Why have you nicknamed your
dog "Circumstances?" She-Because
I have absolutely no control over him.
-Detroit Free Press.
Miss Pert-Which half is ft that
doesn't know how the other half lives?"
Miss Caustique-The better half.-
Philadelphia Record.
Brother-You can't think how nerv-
ous I was when I proposed. Sister-
You can't think how nervous she was.
until you did.-Town and Country.
Jack-Why do you girls spend so
much time and money on dress? Nell
(candidly)-To Interest the men and
worry other girls.-Philadelphia Press.
:ip-What was the greatest luck
you ever had hunting? Tuck-Once
when a fellow shot at me in mistake
for a deer and raissed me.-Philadel-
phia Record.
"Well, this is a put-up Job, all
right," said the man, as heo struggled
under his wife's direction, to hang the
pictures on the parlor wall.-Somer-
ville Journal.
Dashaway-I'm afraid I'll never get
my ring back from that piper girl.
Cleverton-Why, I thought she was a
peach. Dashaway--She is-clingstone
variety.-Judge.
"That Mrs. Giltedge is awfully
proud." "How so?" "Whfy, her father
tried to advise her and she wouldn't
have it because advice is cheap."
-Cleveland Plain Dealer.
"Why does that Congressman say so
many more clever things than the rest
of us?" "He is shrewd enough to pick
out the brightest reporters to interview
him."-Washington Star.
Victim-Help! Police! I am being
robbed and murdered! Policeman-
All right; I'll be there as soon as I
have helped this pretty young lady
across the street.-New Yorker.
"I had to laugh the other day"-
"You don't mean you were absolutely
compelled to, I hope?" "That's just
what I mean. This was my employer's
joke."-New Orleans Times-Democrat.
He-Miss Sears tells me she has
made up her mind never to marry.
She-Oh, that's an old trick of hers.
She wants people to think she's still
a giddy young thing.-Chicago News.
Blobbe--Education is often a wastj
of time and energy. Slobb--That's
right. I once knew a fellow who spent
five years teaching his parrot to sweat
and then went and got religion.-Phis-
adelphia Record.
Mrs. Peck (contemptuously)-Wha.
are you, anyhow, a man or a mouser
Henry Peck (bitterly)-A man, my
dear. If I were a mouse I'd have you
up on'that table yelling for help right
now!-Cleveland Leader..
"Yea." said the man who poeea as
a connolaseur. "I am fond of music, al-
thougl I don't know how to play."
"That," replied young Mrs. Torklns, "Is
Just the way Charley is with the
races."-Washington Star.
"Have you a good cook?" asked Mrs.
Bond Hill. "Yea, she's good enough."
replied Mrs.-Chester Park. "She at-
tends church three times a week and
all that, but her cooking is something
fierce."-Philadelphis Inquirer.
"Just from Ireland, are you?'" asked
Mr3. Hiram Often of theappliUcant."and
were ymou trained across the water?"
"Shure, ye must know better nor
fhra., ma'am.," replied the girl. "I was
shipped acrosa."-Philadelphia Press.
Mm'. Younglove-Be sure not to pass
that cake on the sideboard to the
pguests this evening, won't 'you, dear?
Mr. Younaw@e-Why nott Mrs.
Younglove-Became I made a mistake
and put la bltateg Ia- ot vaalla.
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He "s7ysI ihe0"e44 ta6kWeilk
He Ja.aveane h .
That In the par t a If
He'd be thm eOsqmmedt
That. wbile e' -net 1w e crOeM
He'd v it a rebe
Was absolutely, solely boss.
He sya e owd--bet wmld be?
He saya ift mdam sebmi ladI l g
In too ezpeasive faselee.
She'd quickly t he had the bulge
On her extra vagances.
I" ul0Y. he'd dakM e 5to task:
Bat 1 Ithe would be eod he
Would buy her autlt lhe could ask.
He sy ha w "-iUIMt would be?
He talks a good deal l that straia,
And seems to get iules ettead
U doubts are arred. He will explain
lHe's got the whole thing settled.
It he on" tried it with abit
of teeder womanhood be
Mfrht make her to hbl whibs submit.
He says be would-but would be?
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1:49p 7:12p Caryvllle
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Af 2:31p 7:44p Argyle
. 2:45p S:13p De Funlak Springs
3: 35p Dewland
4: 11p 9:04p Crestview
4: l1"p 9:12p MIllgan
4 33p Hol:s
5:25p in:,5Sp Milton
S5: 2p GaIt City
5:43p Harp
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6: 04p Ynieetra
: "P:0)p Bohemia
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NO 1SVE11IV 90F R 01LAUIA.
Mrepeelieo is VWe -o.*e *td fe t=e-
terel 6e**el Aeee"ly.
The southern Presbyterian geoara
assembly ad)~urned at Fort Vpirth
TeNss, late Thursfay night, with
out having taken a vote on the quoe
tion of federation with other branches
of the Presbyterian church, nearly al
the evening session having booeen
taken up by an argument by Dr. C
R. Hemphill of Loulsville, Ky., Dr
Hemphill spoke for an hour and a
half on the subject, favoring coop
eratiun.
A committee report recommending
the establishment of a university foi
the southern church, at Atlanta, Geor
gla, was voted down during the day
The principal feature of the morn
Ing session was a discussion of the
project of establishing a university
for the entire southern church at At
lanta.
The theory of those who opposed
adopting the favorable report of the
committee was that such an instltu
tion should have more than $1,000,000
to start on, and that if there is t
be a school for higher education, thai
one of the existing schools should be
chosen rather than build a new one
The question wasa nallxsettled by
an amend meat being offered to the
effect that the general assembly does
not see Its way clear to undertake
sucb an enterprise, but, at the same
time, apprectatea the work of those
who have been pushing the question
and wishes them uccess in their un
dertaking provided they choose to
carry it on independent of the general
assembly for the sake of the syno4
or the section of country Immediately
surrounding Atlanta. There wer
many commisltoner who stood rn
for the proposed institution, but then
were outnumbered two to one prhe
the fnall vote was taken.

mSTOu I4nMUs o To WAUL

shot CNmOMu 6 Compy V Werm t
Coee wkh e y IthomIe.
Burneu CuInmia & Co., bankenr
at Boston, failed Thursday. The If&
bMtees amount to 1.700,000.
The statement filed with the cour
shows thst anay banks in the state
me among tle creditors,. The large.
claim of ids lind Is thao of the Woe
ester Pie-Cent tavting bank for $.0,
W00. Other bank r ealtu are tho
Duvers Mainsa beak or $2,721: ; th
Mtibury sangse7m1 ba. g26,"G; thi
City national beak o Lynn. s$19,89
the Newton av lg bank, $W.164, and
the IntersatiaMI Treat oampaNy o
Dostom fpr auW4e .


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N01 WJILUJ TO I4AU A MAIA.
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Preoiesh Averse to elg MieUd Up IN
eweresum CoOpS" Sew.
An effort was made Wednesday, at
Washington, to induce President
Roosevelt to take an Interest lt the
affairs of the Equitable Life Assurance
society. Clarence Whitaa. president
of the Merchants' Assonlat1v of New
York, had a conference with the proe
dent on the subject, but was gives
little encooawement.


5"44 AOAIW APAR FC MIMC *O
Lawver Whiew osoat vrte WIO
p Frle Ov eetsles.
William J. Bryaa appeared In
probate oourt at New Haven, Cs
Wednesday. a a earning n I
counts of the estate .t the lateN
S. Bennett, of which be to adm4
trator.
During the examlnatilo Mr. Br
submitted to a rapid ire of aquelS
from Judge Stoddard. counsel tor 3
Bennett. the wMdow, and at times 4
siderable mpatlenae was manait
by both questaionr and the witg


JOSEPH DUNCAN,
PROPRIETOR OF THE

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EVERYTHING ON WHEELS. M TO t BM
REGISTERED UNDERTAKER AND
SURIAL ROBES AND SHROUDS.
MARBLE MONUMENTS AND GRAVE, TONSS' RE S
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ed at Chkato Weesday by thi s3- -
Sploye0. The eba6 r demand r fjtW S11EN!Y D EAn
oonaditioal rremad. The employers
ot their uel all over the atf a-
ter poleo oprtecuu i without Iowns* prl o9e p ad kS "aPA
1or *M< v- -*-- =_ r-
sterm viotae e. m4m
ir tI-^I rIu a 3 *A^m
The strike ia*o lumber yardsa lt
spread with greet rapidity sad are -
ly an lumber busies t a sead-1 bwla Iteppe s, avie s et 1 s Vta
I sim Some few lumber yards anr y Ma rs ewatys. calling.
stll t operation, but their volume
of buaseos s e ail. A Nmber of e Sht h Id *bd
plang atlol am sash and door fee- thee o1 whom died a~L-*- MAte
torle will be oepelled to olos en-. ed to murder pawutg mlla .
tirely it the supply of lumber s not and theq ended his own IUt, Weidme
largely tcreased. One abuse for the day morning.
lajk of energy. a the part of theo
employers in the lumber yards A4-r. swho was 85 77U0 old.
Iag the day was that the city was was formerly a book aget, but latw
unable to aford drivers polle pro was said to be connected with a rub*
teoUoa. Mayor Duane provided ber goods house of Ba Frianncio.
galast this contlngency b7 issufnl The family also conducted a ohicke
a call for 1,000 extra police, who will at their home I. Valley
be sworn in as soon as applicaUons rach at their home In RS Valley
are fled by suitable men. This will Early Wednesday morning Steppes
be the second 1,000 extra olloeemen emerged from the house, revolver In
sworn In since the beginning of the hand, and hired upon a passing milk-
strike. Sheriff Barrett also swore in n. Th milkman whip0d up his
several hundred deputies, the largest .
number at any one time since the horses and Bteppens pursued him for
strike began., two hundred yards, frlin as he ran.
President C. P. Shea of the team. Bteppens then halted n the roadway,
sters' union, James B. Barry, busi- placed the revolver to his breast, die
Sness agent of the express drivers' un. charged the weapon. The bullet d41
ion; Bernard Mulligan, president o0 not end his life, and he sent a second
the express drives' union, and John fatal bullet through his brain.
H. Donahue, a member of the express Wben neighbors and oaitft entoe
drivers' union, will appear before ed the home of 8teppens, they cam=
Judge Kohlsaat, In the United States upon a shocking scene. The moUes
court. Attorney Mayer, acting for the bre of the family, eaI h with f revol",
employers' association, will ask that or wound In the head, were found fI
the men be sent to Jail on a charge their beds. The wife and ree of
of contempt of court in refusing to the children wre dead, while tl-
answer qlttlons before Master In wounded children died a few buas
Chancery '-herman, which questions later at a hoapitaL The cd'.:dM ,t
) they had previously been ordered to ranged from one to eleve yews oM
answer by the court. age.
SI Twelve Indleted for Murder. a sno knownrofi tm e
The grand jury Indicted twelve mae that teppens became sedderly
In connection with the death of Chaa. e.
Carlstom., the member of the oar-
rtneg makers' uson, who died as the ANO~KM a ~tp r0ML,
result of the beating he received at -
the hands of itb hired byAtheo oS- ftol ~Te Tfte -ees resr el NO
Sclai of the unlon. aeerdlm to their #, ae ein i re
own story. overuno B ,
1' The indicted mn are George Mel- .e NaeMo akuo11a
SIer. formerly president of the union;' Prie Nakacildia, was ns alusa
* Henry J. Neumar pnl ret oC e oo; Wednesday afternoon, by a baho
SHenry J. Nem which wu thrownat i a
I J. Case, business agent; six mn. lieutenant, who wat seJmblpaylg the
b berm of the executive committee of vemor, sad bwtnde wwo l
I the union, and Charles Gilhooley, Mar. killed b the as, bystander the aao
m cum Looney and Edward FeIley, the kmn is believed to have bea tet co
. three men who, It is alleged, were jured.
hired by thdof union
. hired by the officials of str unloe Though no details of the 0a018
Sto btr t men who did not go on strike nation were received in St. Pete
- or took the strikers' places. otg
The indictments charge manslaugh. burg, it is thought that the re
g ter and conspiracy to commit bodily lutonary, committee, in revenge,
r injury. The autopsy showed that the the attitude taken by the prine dre,
. death of Carletrom was due directly l the racial war between Armenes
to pneumonia. The physicians de. and T etars b As
* elated that the disease was probably n t attributed to the Ruarylan terad
e the result of injuries he received, but t attributed t the Ruian te
y It was no tthe direct cause of death, ts, eventhougl ach the latter ma
. and the men could not, therefore, be present extremely active In mpa
charged with murder. parts of the empire.
charged with murder. The Armenians laid the reeponal
am 0l USA %CLOSW ity for the deaths of those 11tft
e 000.Se Of 0 R0 SA4 CLO-Fe. Pebmrary at the door of Prian
--I--- achidst, and only Tueeday sRit
0 Csderr Loesed Vice Preldesto e6 ttite- begun against the prince before t
o ioo Te M ee eof the Ceab. I senate tribunal at St. Peteib..rg
t The Canton state bank, at Canton, behalf of the children of lAlalef, i
e Ohio, with individual deposits of, Baku millionaire, whose house wa
* more than $600,000, closed Its doors stormed and burned, and hbmslf aa
Y Wednesday. The failure was Brought wife and parents killed during
about by heavy loans to W. T. Davis., riot.
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MI~watsekre, 4',&
"A she"l Sime ears I1found4nip cans.
dtlafous swrif eraee.. I had heisd~ehes,
volnets'stA. bok. and ft~queeutdieey
4"It wkisih groww .orse ever stsopst.
Jr~ledtuwreamedtLa.befor person,
&ad waste discousraged w~en J1 took
the irste dome, bALsegmVcouslage seemn
r'eturuned. Ints eam than,.twitPmonthes
mor hacth was reaturctL "-Mrs. M.
Brick.er,
The reson of so mony vfitilwtr~e to cure
It60ae. similar to, tho bis ain til~ e fact that
".4 djeowasespeculiar
1" E to the female
d 541 ore* not corn-
Isumnly recognized
C atarrh of onep organ lo extnetly the samP
As Catarrh of any other or all. %Whet will
3esui cataa-h of tile hl*.&Y will 8:6() cure
"9esa"h of the 1i~cvis! organx, I'enina ctires
St~rhaw aiiiiNj111ly bevillme it cur* tbe
It Iouhav cattiarrhwrit(- at once to Dr.J
Nartman living a full Pottstmenit '(4ymir
a n4 too will N- 1pleisecd to 1Wive ym
M ais~'luable Anlvirl' griltin.
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town le per fcst. actual


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WOULD SHOCK HER.
"Papa, what would you say if Mr.
Feathertop should ask your perml-
lion to marry me?"
"Put your fingers in your ears, my
daughter, and I will rehearse a few
of t'ae remarks I shall probably make
If he ever doen."-Chicago Tribune.

H1::R RE.COR)D.
Mr. Ilacon-lsn't dinner ready yet,
eoar?
Mrs. faron-No); the maid bas only
brokenn two plate.
"What's that gtA to do with it?"
"Why dinner In never ready until
the girl has broken at least three
plates!"-Yonkers Stateman,

NOCTURNAL SILENCE.
Reggy-Pa says my lister's beau is
like our piano. Guess why?
Tommy-Becaume he sl upright?
Reggy-Ah. get out. It's because
neither the piano nor the beau makes
any noise after 11 o'clock.-CInoelnnatl
Commneroal-Tribune.





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AT THE WINTER RESORT.
"How does the thermometer
Stand?" asked the Northern guest at
the Florida hotel,.
"It doesn't stand at all." answered
the truthful porter. "The boss has
fixed It so It lies to the extent of about
ton degrees."--Detroit Tribune.

EVERY WALK IN LIPE.
A. A. llt).e, a farmer lving three
and a half
Ililhs' f o r inl
T r e u t o n,
Mo., .a ; n:
"A i se% v r e
cold settled
In niiy ktd-


the ahin in my buck and sides.
For a time I win miteolle to walk at
aqkly and tery itnikiitft I tried avd
,y OIIthe was oi-l I took had not the
n allgbte t c' t Iny Iy ck continued to
grow weaker until I began taking
Doan's Kidney I'ills, anI 1 must say
E I was mior' than surpritM and grati-
B fed to Inotl'o the backknhe' dlieppenr-
Ing gradually until it finally stopped."
Doan's Ki ne' Ptille @14 by Ull deal-
er or by mail on recetpt of prce 60
cets per boL Foetr-MblbWe O.,
m. BlS t X. ..


TH MoDr n FARVEIL
now so Uvee m Compeeeg Witb Fife-
Team .Age.


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I 7t The 6Neum.Warife" HeMO M
The progress which Is being sad
Shas already been made Ia ellamJastla
the drudgery of boulework- is aa*-
marised In "With J Pracealoao ain
Everybody's. as fo #:;
* Dr. Robert EIIld Tbesmpsoa, of
Philadelphia. has a visfon, It we may
apply such a word to the well ponder-,
ed plan of a distlanulsh4ed man of
science. Woman, the home maker
and mother, should not be hampered
by household drudgery. Cooking is a
matter of chemistry, and will be done
by men. All the tedious choes of
housework, washing, dish washing,
scrubbing. Ironing, sweeping, bouse-
cleaning-Oh, word of horror to the
ears of manI-will be done by public
boumework concerns. Hov e will be
heated from a central plant and swept
by hydraulic brooms. Meals will
come from the grand central cookery
or Its nearest branch. Stairs will he
supplanted by automatic elevators.
Washing day will disappear from the
week. Even now many women send
a telephone call for window cleaners
and have tneir husbands' "socks"
darned by specialists. In the cities
you have your clocks wound and your
lamps trimmed and tended by outside
experts. In the Norwegila town of
Bergen everybody's food comes from
the town kitchen. In Paris the work-
man gets his hot soup from the grand
central dinner kettle. Happy day, If
it ever comes, when women have no
servants and no household drudgery
to earn wrinkles byl We do not un-
derstand, however, Just how a woman
whose husband "gets ten per" is go-
ing to have that automatic elevator.
Do the city, the town, the State pay
for all these 'p ivate utilities," made
"public utilities?" Rica women
escape drudgery now. How are the
poor women to do it?"


IN THE I)lUG STORE.
Dr1ggilt (to little .:irl customer)-
Did youl say p11114, mirs?
Litt!,e GIrl- -Yes, sir, please.
IDruggist-Antli-illomus?
Little GIrl--No, sir, but uncle Is.-
Harper's Wae kly.
BTATr0F(ror t, 1 ( 1, Cir or T')i.r m ), i
Lt A% u SrU.'V, i*,
FRANK .1 it:.4<;y .l;&.i 'o :H- i that he (i
aenit')r t :trtiwrr ,. UP, AIrm o, 1- .. 1 J.':, ir'.y ,
L!O., d ln b11%t qij i, In to o t.ty ,, 4 ,.,l ,.,,,
County aul .itt. at. mreiaul, aol tilI b.,Ll.
lirm will iity/ t:o 11iii lof i nu sa, 1i ,i ot'L.
LANr Io: awl very a o 0O CAAtI4tII
that !ititLit1 h ) i nrolL by tl1 i4.01 O( iALL.'d
CAT AMaM CUsK. VAxS. J. C UIK".
Mworu to before in and szbsoribedt In my
,rouuse, tbls etu day of Deei-u.
esAr.. or,A.D., l(8*e. A.W.it iA11o>,
fall's Untitrr t^irl ta'c t u I lternally, ttx t
actsdirectly on ti bilujJl ita,1 muoousi iur*-
laoeqoftiu syste n. rHAnkl for teitlini tit%1,
tree. Y. J. UNsBr BT Co., 'oleodo,. .
doluuyall L ruq,4U9, 7;.4.
Take iall's Fit'lly 1'llr k to.: coan tlpati i,
Ethel-Are you sure be has never
loved before?
Edith-Yes. He told me to go round
to the Jeweler's and pic't out any ringI
I wanted.-Judge.
Curve Bloi4l I'ueo1n, Cancer, Ulcoers.
If you hav, off,'eltive impies or erup-
tions, ulers on any lart >f the body, a-h-
Ing bones or joints. f tlling hatlr. mucous
ptcthes, swollen glands, skin itches ant 1
lurn, sole III. or g1ms,. eating, feieteing
sorely, sharp, gnawing pallns. then you luf-
fer from eriuut blood poison or the begin-
nings of d manently eurtl by taking lotano Blood I
Balma (B. B. .) ad.4 es peM ,ally to oure the
wort blood and skin tlliseoes. Heals every
sqge or uj er, even tediy canoor, stops all I
ams and palas ai l red' *s all swellings.
Botanic Blood Balm cures all malignant
blood troull.s, su'h ans 'z,'rna, sale,. pimples, rioning aorii, earbuneles,
scroful l)rugllsts. 1 per large bottle 8
bottles 1.60, botiles l*, ex pr'ts prepaid.,
To prove It oures. sample of Blood Balm
osti freo and propalI by wrttlne Blood Italm
Co. Atlanta, Pe. Iwrltbe trouble audl free 1
medical advlce seat In sealed letter.
T.lke Piwis In l te oly large sheet of
fresh water in ,apanr.
An K -Chilr Justice's .00pion.
Judge 0. Z. Lnohrant. f Georgia, In a
letter to Dr. BIfgg'J,. tatte that be never
suffers himself to be without a bottle of Dr.
DBIrs' IIuekleto.rry ('nrllal (or the relief
of at bowel troubles. Dy~nntery. Diarrhoea,
ete.
Bold by all l)ruggists,. 25and 80o. bottle.

A Revised Fable.
A dscrouratoed ant watched a man
whe was trying to wheul a heavy load
up hill.
luph loubi wam far beyond his
strength apparently, but he pushed
and latborel until be had nearly
reacted the top.
TITen. as le paused to rest, the load
escapMe, rolled rapidly t' the bottom
and spilled out Into the mud.
The man placed his. hands upon his
hips and swore what Is popularly
known as a "blue streak."
'"That seems a good, easy scheme
for one In trouble." said the insect.
'I will try IL"
But the ant speedily found himself
z the bug lockup.
Moral: While man may consider
ihe ant with exceeding benefit, it does
slot necessarily follow that the ant
may proatabtly Imitate man.

WHY SHE GOT MAD.
Mr. Hrcnks-Did you fall down to-
day. Jthel?
Mre Broalk (who prides bereelt OU
her abana-.-M*dardly.


o#f, f ro
"Well, let t hri."
"I was goilg tol"-Th
Sloper.


Aey


FPITS '*rv'adtivp"qrad. FIUtmorsw0
aeseso torfirst dewvi" eeo Dr.. Kn*1e'e(Wr,4
KeMRAsO~mv.Sftfkibottt* And tmathIe fe-s

'rho UWand --f tVr'rmom advawed $1,400f
000 In sold l nesi
wVmWimdow'sftootbhav~vmvn forah~ldmn'
9.stMnvS*ft~ilthe room, vidnewnfss Ieseea
Uoo,,.& lays -~Aln,turss wind colleIieabottls.


T lHE faz aig life of to-day, as
contrSmtw with that of ofty
years Si., Is a pMOdise of
comfort Sad conv,.nienec. The
lonely loghouue, remote from market
and devoid of advantages that a halt
cycle of time 1he ma= possible, would
scarcely appeal to the protect day
farmer.
The twentieth century soil tiller bhas
practically all the modern comforts.
Ili maAN 0 deW rod danlly, .e has
telephonic contfiteon with tlie buying
and selling world. affor(ing the Ilest
opportunities for marketing to advan-
tage. His home Is of recent architec-
ture, coatfruete# of wood., brck or
stene, andj well furnished. He has
modern plumbing and modern beating,
and with the. *vent of acetylene gas,
be has modern lIbhting. At uight hise
home is 1S atttacttely illuminated as
that of Isls city brother, for It is a sug-
gestive fact that "acetylene for coun*
try homes" has so appealed to the farm-
er that of the Oi000 users of acety-
lene gas In the United States the farm-
er Is one of the largest of all classes.
Ever seeking the best. lie has not heal-
tated lin availing himself of this new
light.
The continued growth and progress
of tbhis great country, ever a cause of
wonderment, has no greater exempli-
fiention than evolution ,n the farm.
Already the farmer Is becominng the
most envied of minn-the freest, the
healthiest, the happiest!

UNKIND COMM INT.
"It was simply a question of verac-
Ity between us," said the oldest in-
habitant. "He said I was a liar and
I said he was a liar."
"Huh!" rejoined the village post-
master. "That's the first time I ever
heard of either of you telling the
trut'."-Chicago News.


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etrroyer. with full initnictlons for I er on the markeL Ask daler. or we
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Say Pliluly to Your Grocer

That you want LION COFFEE always, and he,
boeing a square man, will not try to soil you any-
thing else. You may not -are for our opinion, but
What About thbe Uited Judgment of Millions
of housekeepers who have used LION COFFEE
for over a quarter of a century ?
is there any e ronger proof ofmerit, than the

Confidence of The People
and ever Itnceastag popularity T
UON COKmm b eartally *s*
leeted at the plantatio, shipped
direct to our various laetories,
whe it Is snkilMully roasted and
carefully packed In sealed aeek-
milages-unalke loose coffee, which
Is exposed to germs, dust. In.
Sects, ete. LIONCOFFEreaches
S,. you as pure and clean as shen
It eIft the factory. Sold oalyf I
I lb. packages.
Lion-head on every package.
Save these Lion-heads for valuable premiums.
SOLD BY GROCERS EVERYWHERE
WOOLSON SPICE CO., Toledo, Ohio.


I AM"Is r IF YOU WANT TO BE

SShoewise, You Will
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A.lot, MDeaver,




olw.1 to m aMy tk-M

r ou meatl depr o LO. I Ptncaeas

Vm ,lo m to owa jde od4
berto an

Vegotable Comoto toa noxmALecd
to it a XIelt 11 dsoeeuragedhatI
had tt hop of recovery, aM whMb I bega
to fl btt, after he wood week, thought
it only smat toempor lB; but to my
great surprise found that I kept gaining,
while the tumor lesened in si
"'The Compound oodUnued to build up my
gner health and the tumor seemed to be
absorbed, until, in seven months., the tumor
was eatrely gomead I a well woman. I am
so thankful for my recovery that I asuk you
to publish my letter in newspapers, so other
women may Know of the wonderful urative
powers of Lydia I. Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound."
When women are troubled with irres.
ularor painful manstruation,weakness,
loucorrh aa. displacement or ulceration
of the womb, that bearing-down feel-
ing. inflammation of the ovaries, back.
ache. flatulence, general debility, indi-
gestion and nervous prostration, they
should remember there is one tried and
true remedy. Lydia E Pinkham's Vel*
table Compound at once removes such
trouble.
No other medicine in the world has
received such widespread and unquali-
fied erndortement. No other medicine
has s' h a record of cures of female
troubles. Refuse to buy any other
medicine.
Mrs. Pinkham invites all sick woten
to write her for advice. She haa guided
thousands to health. Address, Lynn,
Mass.
Health is too valuable to risk in ex-
perinients v.ith unknown and untried
medlicinu's or methods of treatment.
l(.mTinber that it is Lvdia E. Pinkham's
Ve,',,able ('ninpound that is curing
wominn, and don't allow any druggist
to bell you anything Ll.~e in its place.


Trf"iddh t.f the leo 'iMt ead tate
the lriti.h e.t Indi.a.
orf
P41o',0 1--e1 I1the hoqt medliinewin eveON2*4
lotr allUiotloni ot throat nod lnags.-WK.
0. n XiL21. Vanbnren. Tnd., Feb. 10, 190.
Av-idince of linr" iS a point c! honor
amons, Javnew gbt-.
A dhe fahmk. e'evtl" Frar flapt
When the oeruel4& report on sioe
business methods of the packers ap-
peared. after eight months' investiga-
tion. It was severely criticized and
roundly denounced. After three months
of publicity it is significant that those
who attempted to discredit it have
failed to controvert the figures con-
tained In that exhaustive document.
The public is beginnlr.g to notice this
Oiinlssioni, and the feeling In rapidly
growing that the sensia tionnl charges
out of which the "l'pef Investlgatlon"
ar'foe wnere without foundation. If the
oficinl statements of the report are
suso(ptbll)le of contradl'tlon, a good
many people are now asking why the
facts and flnures are not furnished to
contradict thelm..
The truth seems to be that most of
the chinrges contain nanfounded sensa-
tlonal as.,rtlonns. A flagrant example
of this appeared In a recent article In
an Eastern nmagnzlne. to the effect that
"forty Iowa banks were forced to close
their doors in 1003-t ly the Beef
Trust's manipulation of cattle prices."
Chief Clerk (;ox. of the banking de.
apartment of the Iowa State Auditor's
ofilee, hlas tanbullted the list of banks
given in th:e magazine artlele and has
i)publ)lly dlenounred the statement as
utterly untrue,. IP gives separately
the reasons f,,r onch failure mnentloned(
and ofllirlally ttato.s thint they hlvoe
e)",I c:tmsf'd iy unwise spciilatlons and
ty reckless hankIng iethods. It mny

be well to suspend Jndlnmient upon the
paHrkers until the charges against then
are proved.


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STHM TRU mist be p1ow- sa establsh ba ct .amga veOvertim management of the
m DMO A mtaland eempeteatestiimnny. W*hesr aha to et wto he was under ABOUT THE QUALITY
II J-4 CMUL Iosooe*. or not thee Iharges are true and eal oba It wa who
vu be Wts t h eSad h 8tate had tt r, f the soe- __ 5 I __ OF THE DRUGS YOU
PUBmUUmM WV r AT MORNIn G8 M. Wa d !ospgehM frnag t f~r at alasimitI Ia the Mtlu O TDh, and paS Yed
adigoftheiman s t eae of ear ie se i the handa of BUY.
SOR"=r W- rSt that after four yess our lasam
M dom gjIt prim g It as aa pm oty doctor, with thed kindly
*ts.e ire..* eld g s. .,. A u, mmesuated as- h ^t a be fromand k asi. Insist upon Getting the Best
g Ces 'mms sep ,& s ,a sl.yinwhoe. mt treament eofr URI mr umtoa o Kind. You make a Certainty
liverr has a commuwesoretevd I f po butchering and botch- ao as is deseribedherebytheleg-
e commendati for fears ihave hers sd the pI Uon comioee.-Patka w. of so doing when you Trade
and intI of purp than that of o_ aStet document for years. It It is coming more and more Into the hr
the "glalsm e pmipee lad to shouM Papta n- ha.lato end to- o sti at aTshoee during here.
visit, =and tit hecon. pocti6c or nos6ll e.I a.tka or Jnnng administration got to be
tiof ot State for the I e -e. at t.. to hopedthe just about as gotten asthey couldMbe %
The report, s b d to the Set slature will close u both thee m and hold together. Not the most strik- T op eN. I
by the Hon. W. ILJadksma wh wis twin l the time at is left to it. Ing Iatance of thisIs the report of the T
the member from that bodyo the eon. To allow them to go over as "unfanih- committee that visited the State any. -
mittee, is an example of fearsieao ed political businoe" im Ptal in the hun for the insane which says that
exhaustive labor, aa t intaltv t camli would be njudicious. things there are and have been in hor- LOOKING OVER
Stability to _a a l-Ment D ht T e aVwrm 41doors could plead rible condition, although being Improved
Swill, or shou ore thatthe ornadesign wan todicred fat as poibleby the new super in- the stock in our stables will be a plea
edent in future Florida Leilatures. t them and nothing else that the tendent. h committee, in one S A ure 5for e horsman. The hor of
It is a report and an indictment in one. e are baseless invented of its report, says that It cannot puo lisn
To Senator Jacksan, and to the other meev for political fft. And this all the evidence secured for th reason good acclimated
member of the ommittse, are due the view of the ease would be widely be- that it is unfit to print. It will be re-
thanks of the people of the State of lived. Therefore the matters amid membered that there were some not HORSES
Florida. Promises come to us that be brought to an emphatic and com- very complimentary rumors afloat a fewAI 4
searching investigation and action, both plete conclusion by the present L la- rears aro in reference to things their, of every description is an interesting
on the part of the Legislature and on ture at thissession. If crimes h ave t f ds of the administration who _. -
the part of the courts, wiUll make this been committed against the State or investigated applied the whitewash _*** one.
report at least of resultant value.- the innocent insane, they should be dis- brush with such good effect that it w. "- Those In need of business hoses or
Giineville Sun. covered and punished. If not the ac- hushed up. Just on top of this caesTe s s
All Florida feels ashamed at the aw. sed should be exculated, We ought the resolution of Senator Harris that --- -drives should aee these animals.
ful revelation of the Dractices and do- not to be subject tohreeyears of acsi- called for an investiation of the ru-
ings at this place, but =ris is s eon. monous recrimination, denials, hard more that State offiels were stockhok'- There's a grand lot to select from.
isolation, that it is never too late to feelings and general demoralization. ero in the com ny having the contract
mend, and that Governor Broward and which will be the case if these impor- for the State p ting and there may Prices are right.
the Legislature can surely be depended tant matters are left in the air until be others.-DeFulak Breeae.
on to do their duty no matter what the next session of the Legislature. So horrible is the condition said to be C A Y Feed and Sales Stable,
consequences may be, and regardless of Let's have it over and done with, in the at the asylum for the Insane at Chatta- J. LC A 140 South Adams Street
who may suffer. The report state that interest of peace and progress.- Tampa hoochee, and has existed for a long time -
the asylum seems to have been made Time. under the late Governor Jennings, that
the dumping ground for sick and super- In bringing up his resolution relating the grand jury of that county han been
fluous people, who could not be other- to printing Supreme Court reports in called together to investigate the mat- .STTLu SUP L ATIV
wise disposed of. The committee goes the Senate, Senator Harris created a ter and return Indictments against those
into details on this subject, and enu- sensation by referring to rumors that responsible for this shameful condition. ite serene atop the rigs we have for
merates some facts which aeem almost members of the Board of State Institu- The le native committee unearthed t I hire. They're easy running, of course;
incredible unless vouched for by a com- tons were stockholders in the present this ro tenness at Chattahoochee, and
mittee of such conservative men aa State printing concern. He described If half what it says in its report is true the horses that draw them are man-
those on the committee. Another ter- the contract for printing these reprts the parties responsible for such condi- aged with scarce an effort; but withal
rible feature of the report is the fact as "rotten from top to bottom' and tion should be seat to the penitentiary.
< that it directly charges mistreatment referred to the possibility of instituting We say, if the half is true, it is an the equipment Is stylish to a degree.
of the patients incarcerated therein, impeachment roceedinga in the House. infamous disgrace upon the fair name Every convenience, every comfort goes
and intimates, in no uncertain language, The Florida nature needs more of Florida, &and c -rtaily Governor J-n i w h -
that deaths have resulted from cruelty men like Senator Harris, who are not nings and thhe Boar of I th the equpages we let by the day
practiced upon the unfortunates in the afraid to speak out, and who are in fa- State Institutions must have known or hour. The lesser time will prove our
asylum. Tne nurses are declared to be vor of investigating rumor.--Gaines- that such condition existed, and if they
a drunken and carousing set, with no ville Star. did know, they too are responsible. -- words.
care for the patients and little thought Such a prodigious number of bills CAPITAL CITY LIVERY STABLES,
of the responsibilities devolving upol have been introduced during the present This is a terrible condition, if truet, toC T HANCK, Prop.
them in the care of the people placed session of the Legislature, and they are exist in a State and among civilized .... : HANoc, rop.
under their charge. The funds appro- in so many confusing stages of activity pefPle. Phones 79 and 89.
priated for the maintenance have been and inactivity, as reported from day to this deplorable condition really ex-
wasted, for which it is certain that day, that no mortal man outside the ists there, Governor Broward should at
someone is to be held responsible. The Capitol can keep track of all of them. once rid the institute of it, kick the
sanitary arrangements are also charac- Our big dailies do their best, and all guilt officials out, have them prose-N TO I
terized as worthless. In the face of that can be expected of them, but when cute.and sentto the penitentiary. And
these facts there is only one thing to the Legislature adjourns very few he will do it. and better are the chances of your
do. Make a thorough housecleaning pIe w ilknow just what laws have n e believe that Governor Broward
from cellar to garret. Remove the passed. And yet ignorance of the law will permit not even the talk of a scan- getting perfect flour satisfaction, when
cause of a blight that is worse than excuses no man who tranamres it-a dal or rottenness in an. Ste depart- o u the Clifton Brand. Truth to
death. No use to repine or bewail. sound maxim, necessary for good gov- ment while he is the states chief ex- you use the Clifton Brand. Truth
Now is the time to act.-St. Augustine emment; but the legal presumption ecutive -DeLand Record. ... tell, there's little likelihood of your
Record. that we all know the law after the That aylum scandalhas been pending t
If conditions at the State insane asy- ilature get through creating, repea- long time and now since a start .ha...- havin anything but a pure wholeom
lum were only a small part as bad as in and tinkering, is a very violent one. been made to uncover it it should be r
they are represented in the report of I -live Oak Democrat. probed to the very bottom and every- yet economical product. But don't be
the investigating committee, a synopsis one in the slightest degree connected .,, .
of which was published in the Journal KNOCKING JENNINGS. with it held up to public scorn and con-, content with a "just as good flour-
yesterday morning, they would still be The Daily Capital rushes to the res- tempt. But will ilbeso? The "graft" demand the Clifton everytime. it ,o the
too horrible almost for contemplation. cue of the insane asylum officials. When maldy seems to have struck even the emand the Clifton everytime It
If, as the report alleges, the conduct of we consider that Hlsons reatness and high places n Florida.-Madison New very best At J. W. COLLINS.'
the asylum has been attended by mis- the Capital's existence are lamentable Enterprise. -
appropriation of funds, immorality and fragments of the Jennings administra- Dr. Gwynn, former superintendent of
vice on the part of the attendants, and tion, there is no wonder at the bond of the State Insane Ayslum, has asked -
cruel and inhuman treatment ot the sympathy.--Perry Topics. the legislature to investigate fully the
inmates, the case will form a chapter of Over $60,000 paid out for special charges that the asylum under his care
" high crime unparalleled in the history counsel to do the work that should have was improperly and disgracefully man-
of this or any other State. The un- been done by the Attorney-General! aged and conducted. After the state-
fortunates whom it is necessary to com- Think of that, all ye who applaud the ments of the various authorities that it F. M BRt MBY, J. H. FENN.
mit to an insane asylum should be ob- alleged "business administration." was, it would appear that Dr. Gwynn
jects of the State's most solicitous con- * If the Legislature should pass the had better let this matter drop and (lie
sideration. They are the bearers of a bill prohibiting the employment of spe- the easiest death possible. The stench,
heavier burden of misfortune than any cial counsel in the future, Barras Wolfe, no doubt, would be greater with two IU &F I N ,
other class with whom we have to deal. Liddon, Jennings, et als., will have to parties instead of one, stirring up the
Their very helplessness and hopeless- work up some new scheme to feed at filth.- Miami Metropolis.
ness appeal to the tenderest side of the public trough.--Lake City Index. Referring to the recent legislative re- Dealers in
every man's sympathies and of the It begins to look now as if The Rec.- port on the condition at the State hos-
whole world's humanity. But to think ord wilTnot have to tell the people the pital, Attorney General W. H Ellis has
that where every generous impulse, whole story about how a man can go the enviable op rtunity of 'ayi to FU R N IT U R E
every appeal to charity, every senti- into the governor's office broke, serve the other mem rsa of the Hoarn of
ment of numanity--to think that where four years at a salary of ,500 per, Public Institutions "I told you so, as
all these combine with every consid, "year, spend $4,000, and come out of the vt waa he who isisetne on a general in-
ion of official duty- there should be office in shape to take a nice slice of investigation some three months ao New and Second Han d; also Repairers of Uuns,
found a condition ot affairs which can stock in a million dollar bank How- whe the boar s condemn t Locks. Watches Clocks, Etc., Etc.
hardly be detailed in print--it brings ever, we didn't look for any evidence matter of asking Doctor Gwy nn ard
the blush of shame to the cheek of from the insane asylum. That model and Christie to resuin. Had the board
everyone who possesses even the re- administration seems to melt before the made the investigation at that time and Scond and Good f id Bouht nd Sold.
motest trace of the sensibilities of life* noonday sun -Manatee Record acted accordingly, it would have, not
and duty A few days ago the Journal D o.i only done what was right, but would TrtaPRON NO. sL.
expressed the hope that the condition The report of the legislative commit- have received the well melted commen.-
of affairs at the asylum would be probed apPoilnt to mnvetsate athe condi- nation of the public instead of its un-
to the bottom. It now expresses the tion of saylum for the insane at Chat- stinted censure as it is now receiving, --
o that ever n who i even re- ch m on w c. f on count of neg ting its TH E ORIFNuty an BROS. CO.

mwteiy restoble for the condition sa lcondem.tion oft mtho m- leaving th e work that i shud hvre T e _l What isr TheIrr Bulness ?
oan. 1aD re n es reo paint e te eapne NtURSERY MeEN

Allowing all reonable discounts for nate human sufferers in their charge i itnpct and report on the condi- and they are largest In their line on their plan.
the personal and politiae equation in Those etho persist iF eclrin e i tlon of the State hospital for the in- The only Nursery in existence allowing you to see trees
heState prmting. and the -asyumf can .now ive him another mark of Thneteb reortHo a subm d toathet, growing before you pay for them. Is that not enough to
r.. ented to the '. merit.. as supi ted I e as who wad t'he member of that body on COvince you that you will get exactly what you buy and
.res n~e to me m~u ..e e t .... ..,. -- k;. "m~ J*, ll, s ,#m t -- + ou w ill g et ex actly .. w h a t y ou-- # -- b.. y an --


undoubtedly ample ground for a full F`"' U : 1 'T" .?'" &.W.,w the committee, is an example of rear-
nd ompleubtely anvestigatio. I is much Just keep tab on the movements of the lessn.ee, exhaustiv labor and almost of the best grade
o be regretted that thematters were nnings administration as theydevelop intuitive ability to ras l essential The fully guarantee their trees and are absolutely re-
notbro ht the attin te in raise wl censure the most bitterly. esablish a prec infutre loridasponile. Prices are right and I ve m guarantee too.
have been plenty of time to have nvest- erry Topics. legislatures. It is a report and indict- Budded Pecans, Pears, Peach, P ums, gs and all other
gated them and published the testi- The charges which follow are not the meant in one. To Senator Jackson andk ,e Onametl R e t
I. sensational utterances of yellow jour- to the other members of the committee kinds of trees, OrnamentalsRoses, etc
As to the asylum charges they are nalism, but the calm and unmistakable are due the thanks of the people of the Remember that no other N1ursery makes such a liberal
the same that have been everywhere findingof the State legilative commit- State of Florida. Promises come to us Sa m n lla
and alwaymade andthey mut betee appointed to visit and report on the that searching investigation and action proposition and hold your order until Salesman calls and
verified by actual and absolute proof condition of the State insane asylum at both on the part of the Legislature and je will submit you the proposition in a few words.
before they can accepted and acted Chattahoochee. on the part of the courts will make
p As concerns the State print, Thereport shows a condition of af- this one report at least, resultat In what home is fru and flowernotapreiated and
hat is self-evidentl detective and dI fairs in that institution which consti- value. -Ocala banner. irO L C. YAE R, Agt.
creditable thing. Nothing has been is- tutes at once. the most blighting dis- The Pensacola Journal states that
sued from the so-called State press for grace which has come upon the State Reesentative Avery, of Escambia,
years but is ample evidence to convict of Florida in all its sixty years of his- w ever be looked upon with favor by Wo0o Y FOR1 iSAL
the management of incompeteney 'and tory. Adiwrace that will strike deeply the members of the State for W 4Y'To elose out soon; the drug stoe and
smanogement and try tothe repu and bring the blush of shame to every having introduced the new bel eeet. .Ph.e M. t- Ures a R. Ld
tatiom of the State. Te is no doubt citizens but it falls tomay just how Dr. J Best Hard Wood axd P1A In s stock Masonate Ibuing wMllld kT at s
whatever that there shouM be a radical The conditions are solely due to the of Columbia, wlbe regfaded for hav- The Bs H ear d d saPi e I tt- Iasia l b
change and improvement I that de- incompetent administration of Governor ing had the bill Insaltely postponed. all the tiSme. rw e yand t- barga a. C
partm t. As to the acal charges of Jennings. He it was who turned out A anyone could guess, thouth.- is um J. W. DOLLAR. A
honesty into its administrattio, they the experienced and humane Trameill Quincy Times.





Two negro women coming down feared for 5 years* It I a marvelous C atou. ta. distributes and all ppernna w
Munroe street Saturday afternoon when healer for cuts, burns and wounds. havn. clatme or dadms e.ain the es, tatof -
opposite Cos dru store they sdenlyGuaranteed at all Druggists. 26c. NeS.T. Bradford. lateCa ntyC o waa Wt". -TONY IRa.
realized that the bridle was off the r Lxk out forcuupon contest at (' Cp. sthl t the cutor oa e at with n
horse and that the~ had no control over ital Cit Pharmacy. Further particu- otherwise the same l tfe r W IG T & BURN
him. They became excited and frght- lars of t next week. e. IHBURNS,
aned, and commenced screaming -. .... JOHN I. BRADIORD.
Their fright was eommunlAted to the Laaav'a tae s, f .~ ~-- 3aator. MEN'S FURNISHERS, SHOES.
horse whech wheeled around the corner The hotel at Lanark. Fla., on the C Notce of Teaehers Bxam sItoI.
at Cox's and ran full speed down Eat T & G R. R. R, has been remodeled and in ob.dienc tose. s, or t5eit aws ar lorda TAILOR MAD CLOTHS.
Clinton street. When in front of refurnished and equipped with electric aniIreed aft the e sh M ug tlee TAfeILORDaLOTHS.
Jerry's store the wagon was ovqrturn- lights, hot and cold baths, and mineral aSnt. and t Li d Tallahassee, lorida
Ad. One of the women was thrown out inthing pools, and ia In very respect a asm W*H* l asmts, a pa- o TallahasseeF lora.
and quite severely Injured The other most attractive hoteL t Is now openL taOCet bas. n a o"nV J b.
w sra ufht beneath the wagon and for the reception of guat who are in Ih appWItnt must be- m iad na p t nap nopies .00 up at
upu swas om digtbnee. When picked search of seashore rerweton, affording Pe. mink. A f nsa r w be MO ito Canopies, $1.00 up, at
up ?.. wa thought to be killed, but an especially Lne rtudty to those -9 tt1.t^ .. Evns
since learned that she was not who are fond of angolin g. ose a r eaue s t. Fashionable Footwear at all prices at
severely injured. For special rates, schedules, and other L 3. KFP. Wight & Burns'.
Call Phone 41 or wa G. H. Averitt information, apply to E. 0 Alston, Gen - Sup. Ior net, clean Job Printingee Col-
for cheap hauling and teams. eral Passenger Agent, Bainbridge, Ga. For clean Job Printing, amee Collins or nat, elsen Job Priting. we Col-


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THI TRUE DEMOCRAT. A PmO e" *p0s"l cbrse, Te ebauuHea.
J--ilO. sULKS. ftMI'. T1e ss boe- 4toy C.- You have w bam reeIvtirg The1
fJOW r. A, a w. fr "Wl fer w A r W ear nd Weekly rB t for one quarter
railroad eommisMn 9 ma ga th*ex. of a ear. yi will kindly send
PUBLISHED IVpY T PRDAY MORNING. e t t o the ill the fore for e yar it
fth e ient of will gre us. Will you do it?
LOCAL AMD PERSONMAL. "& ete., ts o s ._-~I a--- __--
--- W, asubtantiall y fNarns Uau nabl-ae asJEW E
Meno Shirts worth I$1, going for 50c. railroad ounalo m4e aI often asflC aM womaa's. But
at Evans'. to $ (000laearor de a k dita k Thos. S. A t Mar. of the "Republi-
Judge B, W. Palmer, of Lake City, tre to te State, bine r aharie can," of Leaveaworth, Ind., was not Repair W orA
is registered at the Laon. kof me ti, itra et aunreasnble, whn he refused to allow
Hon. W. H. Milton, of Marianna al furs anitor, e and t the doctor to operate on his wife, for
wHoin tW H. iltynth of Mawen. has expomdei e than this amount female trouble, "'Instead," he says "we Al Work DO- PDw OM y.
was in thecity this week. each year saiee its etablishment, in c,.eluds d to try Electric Bitters. My 4
Look out for coupon contest at Capi- 2807, and returned the balance to the wife was than so sick, she could hardly d LIVELY BUILDING,
tal City Pharmacy. Further particu- State treasury. leave her bed, and five. [5] physicians
lars next week. There is no department of the State, had failed to relieve her. After taking Ipqp ars'eS&W W&WP-
Mr. W. C. Jones, secretary of the government whose efficiency is more en- Electric Bitters, she was perfectly
Chamber of Commerce of Pensacola, titled to the endorsement of the IAgis- cured, and can now perform all her -
returned home this week. lature and the people than the railroad household duties." Guaranteed by all
Mrs. Frank Duval and little daughter comnA ,0 ,and there is no department Druggists, price WOc. BON D,
are registered at the Duval. They will in whh the people are more interested. -- --... i
spend the week with Mr. Duval. beea any etisn can apply to it and At Bargaan.
Hn. W. J, J nnin f th lor et for a violation of the commis- For sale several good large young aM
Trt. Company. os of the nvil ida son w without cost to himself. mules. Apply to
among the prominent visitors of the when Commissionhave uniformly won Geo. H. AVERETT. S wg eon.......
ko when forced Intolitigation to defend or ----~-- -
week maintain the vital interests entrusted Church Netices.
Hammocks of any description and at to them, and it is the opinion of your St. John's Episcopal, Rev. Dr. W. H.
any old price at Evans'. committee that House bill No. 494 Carter Rector, Services: Sundays DIsess of the Eye Eard N a Specilty.
Dr. Christie of Lloyds, formerly as- would hinder them in the litigation now, and Holy Days, Holy Communion 7
sistant physician at the Hospital for pending, as well as in any future litiga- o'clock a. m. Sunday, 11 o'cock a. m.
the Insane, was in the city Monday and tion which may become necessary. I and 8 o'clock p. m. Friday, 8 o'clock Office elld apltal eity Bask
Tuesday. The committee was composed of p. m. St. Michael's (colored). Ser- Bellled*.
Dr. James H. Randolph assistant Messrs. L. W. Blanton, E. G. Persons vices: Sundays 4 o'clock p. m.; Fri-
physician of the Hospital for the In. and J. Baxter Campbell, and appended days, 430 o'clock p. m. .
sane, and Mrs. Randolph, were in the to its report a stenographic report of -
city this week. the conference, which was spread upon SmerPasessider Use t oLamara.,and
SMr. Lowery's saw mill which w the ual. a e a saillinery
Mr. Lowery's saw mill r which wR I ile the committee does not say so Tallahassee, Fla., Apl. 13, 1906.
situated on the Natural Bridge R. R., in its report, the tendency of the con- The C. T. & G. R. R. announces the
across the St. Marks river, w burne rence was toward the adoption of the following rates to the above Gulf Coast and
Saturday. Loss 16W. suggestion that the Legislature should resorts for season of 1905, beginning
Look out for coupon contest at Capi- provide for an increase in the salary of April 16th, 1906, and ending September Fancy Goods
tal City Pharmacy. Further particu- the Attorney-General and for afi assist-. 0th, 1906:
lan of It next week. ant to that office, with salaryof $3,000 $1.86 tickets sold Saturdays, final
Call at Evans' for a Lap-robe; they to $3,500; in which event nodoubt would limitfollowing onday.aillar
are cheap. exist of the ability of such officials to $2.06 tickets, sold daily, final limit fift- Dainty Collars,
The family of Mrs. C. Lewi left properly attend to all of the legal bui- teen day from date of sale. Handkerchiefs Laces
Wednesdayon a trip to northern re. ness of the State, including the railroad $2.40 tickets, sold daily, fnal limit Handkerchiefs, Laces
orts. They will not return home until commission, the internal improvement thirty days from date of sale. and Embroidries
late in the fall trustees, and the several executive R. C. SNIP, nd embroideries
, Rev. J. W. Bigham in in Monticello as- yards of the State government. TravingPassenger Agnt
silting Rev. H. E Partridge in conduct- .Sea Lost ether.. Wanted I
be filled Sunday by Rev. W. pulit will "Consumption runs in our family, A first-class man an Division Avert Gloves, Corsets, Hosiery
be eiled Sunay by Rev. W. K. Mabry. and through it I lost my Mother for Leon and Wakulla counties for a
Fasybright cleans everything to be write E. B. Reid, of Harmony, Me. well established and successful life it -
found at L. C. Yaeger's "For the past five years, however on surance association for whites. Terms
Col. W. E. Inman, Editor of the the slightest sign of Cough or Cold, I liberal. Apply to C(has. A Choate, The Newest Materials for
Quincy Herald and New Era, and Hon. have taken Dr. King's New Discovery this office. *
James E. Edwards, former represent- for Consumption, which has saved me Fancy Work.
native from Jefferson county, were in from serious lung trouble." His mother's GUARDIAN'S NOTICE.
the city this week. death was a sadloss for Mr. Reid, but NoTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN TO ALL WHOM
Miss Ada Currie, of this city, re- he learned that lung trouble must noIt may concern, that the FIde!Mty'lIrust C, m-
turned last week from Chattanooga, be neglected, and how to cure it. j.y, a corporaton under the laws of theState of ISS ADELE GERARD,
where she has been for several months Quickest relief for cough and colds. and [Dorothy HuMaey, minor children of Frederick
perfecting herself in the study of Price Sc and 1.00; guaranteed at all D. Hussey decead, will make applato to theonro t.
music, particularly the violin. county judge of Leon county, Florida. at his ofte 149 N. Monroe St.
music, particularly the violin. Druggists. Trial bottle free. 0 In the court hou. in thecity of Tallah"Mss. on ALLMIASSE. FLORIDA.
Sti^- Monday. July 8 1306, for authority to sell the un. TALL
Among other prominent visitors in Select stock of light p8 ring and Sum- iivida on- hait in rest of said minors in and to
the city are Messrs. Walter Haile, su- mer Clothing at ght A Burns'. the following deM bed land, situated in the t
perintendent of the Southern Expreas mr C at W urns county rfLem.Sate. o a ordida. to wit: The east
Co., W. C. Hutchinson of the PuNman Reee Harrison, the negro who was haltof thenotheastquarter. theouthwetquar--- ---
Co., a d Fretk Drew, of Jacksonville. convicted of the murder of Henry rhwetua of the rt muth hafr of thTHI
Thh members of 1906 graduating class Dickey at the fall term in 1904 of our eut half of the southeast quarter, and the emit
of the Florida State Coilege appeared circuit court and.was sentenced to life half of the northwest quarter of the mouthea-t
uofarter iof Thityone;thehal c MIfDDo [[LORIDA IC[ CO
Wednesday for the first time in tir imprisonment, has served his sentence. thwest quarter of Section Thirty-two, include. MIDDLE FLORIDA ICE t*.
Bcaps and gowns. They made a fne He died at Minneola Lake county, Inn the part there f covered by the waters of Announces the following prices for the
capanman gownu They maue n n afie Florida, on May lst. The cause of death Lake Overstreet; and all that part of the east half
pearance, though the young men did neuralgia of the heart. of the suthweat quarter of Section Thirty-two seaMmn of 1905:
lok a bit sheepish. welyin wept of the horsee of Lake Hall. andr west and
Tanglefoot fly paper, two double The perfection of light-running new- south of a ditch and fenee line running from lake ICE FOR CASH.o
anefoot y paper, ue --the b-ern Wheeler Hall In the northwestern corner or part. thereof
sheets for Sc, at R. J. Evans'.In in machins--the bal)earing )eeler mnanorthwveterly direction to lake o()ertreet. 10 lbs 6c
& Wilson. Sold by L. (. Yaeger. all said lands beinir in Township Two, North, of 20 lbs .... lOc
The Ladi Aid Society of the Pre Range one E ast. and containing three hun.lrdl b
byterian church will serve cake, ice resident Murphree of the State ndl forty-four acres. moro or le.s. 30 lbs 15C
cream and sherbet on the green in College (or what was the State Col- FIDELI.TY TRUST COMPANY, 40 lbs 20c
frot of Mr B. ewis' resee) went to Jacksonville this week on (;uadian of J. winston "l"isey and Iorthy Ib b 25c
thfo ftrnoonat 6 o'clock The wublidce the Invitation of the Principal of the llu"msy. 14-"w (0 lbs 36c
is cordially invited. I) puval High School to deliver an ad- ADMINISTRATORS NOTICE. 200 Ib .- -. 60c
Miss Annie E. Chairs, who has had rems t the graduatin class, which he Notice ,s hereby given to all editor. of the e- TICKETS FOR CAS.
Mi Annie E. (haires, who has had did in his bent style. hin address up- tate. of tR. L. Collins. il.caed. and t, all peri>n. TICKET3 FOR CASn.
charge of the Kindergarten de4part- paring in the columns of the Times- having claims against him or his estate., to pr- 22 lo-lb. tickets [220 lbs. Ice] $1.00
meant of the State Normal School for ni f Wednnt name according to law within two years f ,rm
the term ust closed, returnedfor Union of Wednesday. this dat the 4th dy of ecemer. 19 other 45 25-lb. tickets 1,125 lbs. Ice 5.00
homermJutfloedchsDelendter. wis., all such claims andi demands shall be harr,.I. 25 54-lb. tickets 1,250 lbs. Ice 5.00
brief stay with friendsin her old home, Cele teJOHN COLINS 2 100 -lb. tickets 2,000 lbs. Ice.. 6.00
and later will go north for the summer. Admr. Estate of R. L. (L,,lima.
Maj. John A. Dapray U. S. A., re. The second quarterly conference of the NOT. ICE Ton lots, one delivery - $6.00
tired, vice Col. Norvei resigned, has Tallahassee charge of the Tullahassee Sacking ice 10c per sack additional
been detailed by the U, S. War epa ~ District Conference, M. E C. S., met in MADIsoN IoUNTY STATE BANK, .OA. k additional
n ta .y tt S. ar e r h W n i a at Mnadis.on. Florida.. i cl.in. up it, af. SODA WATERS.
ment for duty with our State mifltia Ti church Wednes y evening, fair.. All note holders and other.. creator of nWAT .
for a period of four years HI report. May 24th, I'residing Elder Rev. J. fd- said Hank. are hereby nrwtifted to present the notes dosen
Sto the governor fr uty May r Wilsmon residing. After routine and other claims against the hank for payment, Soda, assorted flavors 25c
Sto the governor for ty y llowin to the orall teandther c'aims of raid bank will be Genuine Atlanta Coca-Cola 35c
1906, and has been assigned mas G(n-ral usins, the blowing delegates tothei by The First National Rank of Madin. n,
Instructor and Inspector. District Conference, which convene, at Flirida. ulin prwentation. It is the desire of the Ice Company to
Wiha.n r e t Monticello July 5th to9th, were elected: AesIt .,.. ProP. i'reslent. give a prompt and satisfactory service,
Wight ad Burns te headetles John F. Demilly, T. B. Byrd, R. J. ^,ril 27. A.. 109. -to.n. .m and any inattention or neglect of driv-'
SerythnG In t n Evans and P. T Mickler Alternates, ADMINISTRATORS NOTICE. ers will be corrected by 'phoning No. 9.
men a ur ng- s s. Go and se, G. 'hilds. O. C. Vanlirunt, On the thdayof June. A. D. 19i0, I. as Ad-
a Black and J. W. Collins; aftr which ministratoroftheestateof EmilyM. Collins. de-, riKMM VIouid k C CO.
Bishop Edwin ( Weel made n conference adjourned. ceased. will make applilation to the County Jud I
epslacopal visitation to St. John's Epis- --...- --. of iLon county. Florida. at his once in th. (Court. [Incorporated.]
cope1 church last Friday, at M o'clock, Summer Hats of all styles, kinds and -)uit .a aeee at o'eolok in thd forno. -
p. m., preaching and confirming a class prices at Wiwht & Burnsm' ..* tate blonln to aidestate to-wit: The north-
of even, via: Ron John W. Hender- A ,,. .eal qur. theno-,-'" m rthwtquartet of sei nJ ffe D FPerrell
son and Mrs. Henderson, DeWitt tisappreei. IS.tnehir3. souh range 32. et situated
Clinton Dawkins, luise Mcintosh, "Say Mone, is yer seed anything uv a num berl one and twoof bloek slx in the Aub-liv-
Besale Damon, Octavia (. C('haires. and feller In town name er Ruckman Hill? i.tn known a "Vilme Mtchell" In sc..tions on. WHEELWRIGHT and BlACKSMlTHII.
Mary Gwynn. I heenrd tell utn him. an I wants ter see .ituatd in L county. Florlda. Aso the mouth
Call Phone 41 or see (; H. Averitt him, sure. Hlie must ibe relation ter aa fofsthese t t sfT1 cisam r letty t number
for cheap hauling and team. lra dBill. l o plan, tethe with the dellnr and im- Shop
Dr. Louais Demlly ithlocker, a former Naw, he aint; he's. jist one er dese rAvnt thrn ow No. O .R ,,.r General Repair Shop.
Tallahas ean, but now of l'enacola yver legistaters up ter de capitle. and Adm't ta. Emily M. Collins. Decea t.d Horse Shoeing by an ex-
arrivaed In the city Monday. It will be he done whip out de hole shooting match AD MINISTRATORS NOTICE. rt who has had year
remembered that Dr. Blk.'ker was for. uv em wid one hand tied tehine him. Noee b I en to all edtr of the" of experience. y
marly asaltant physician of the Hospi- ...... tat, of Mrm. Emlly M. Collina, deeas. and Uto all I
tal for the Inane. Louis ha. many oMl Thaal Tbhe LerI" pernn having elaims against her or hwr estate.
friends here who were pleased to see crie.i hannah Plant, of Little Rock u,i priest mn a'O law wtl two ye in f he uli
him again, and are deliht, l to hear of Ark., "for the relief I got from Buck- wtnamthudte taiheandldth mand of hl ISMrrd. por Of te p
his professional success at Pien'acola. len's Arnica Salve. It cured my fear. W. M. OIRARDEAU. par dna e Is 0olilcted
For Rent i-room Cottage. Apply to ful running sores, which nothing else Am' itaft- l oll and Msatl-factlo9 guara ne
M sJanlebClark. il-tf would hes, and from which I had uf- EXECUTOR'S NOTICE. W


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McCarthy & leming,


MACUN and BOIUR WORKS.


All


Dealers in
kinds of Second Hand Machin-
ery. Scrap Iron and Brass
bought and sold.


Special attention given to the Repairs
of Saw MIlls, Oms, Gas and Gasoline
Engines, Locomotives, Etc.


PHONE 24.


Shops near G. F. & A. Depot.



e. EDWARDS,


Feed and


Livery Stables.


Teams furnished


at any


time, night or day at reason-
able prices. Best and new-
est rigs in the city.
Also stall at City Market
where all the choicest meats
are kept and sold. Neat,
clean delivery wagon.

Phone 127.

No. 26 West Lafayette St.,
TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA.


6eorgia, florida & Alabama
Railway Company.
(C., T. & G. R. R. CO.)
Schedule Effective 7.00 P. M.. May 6, 1906.
South Bound.
Sunday Sat'day
only. only.
No. 1 No. 3 No. 5 No. 3
Lv Atlanta lz.k0mm 7.50am ....
Lv Macon 346am ll.Uam ...
Lv Cuith-it 7.5 am 4.05pm
Lv Arlington 9.10am .1pm ....
Lv Bainbrwlde.. 11.00am &56pm 6.20wn
Ar Tailahamee 12.86pm 8.40pm 8.06am .
Lv Tallasha
(via B.A.L.) 1. .58pm 4.00am .
Ar Jacksonville 7.40pm 10.60. ...
Lv Tallahame .. 2.00pm 8.00&O 8.15mm H.WOpm
Lv Bopchoppy.. .14pm 10.00am 9.2anm 9.56pm
Lv Lanark. 3.45pm 10.4am 10.06am 10.26pm
Lv Carrabelle 4.00pm 10.16amo 10,3pm
Ar Apalachlcola 7.00pro
North Bound.
... s'W a*wij-. ; ..


Lv Ap
Lv Car
Lv Lar
Lv So|
Ar Tal


/ only. only.
No. 2o. o. at No. 4 No. 4
alachicola 6.30mm
rrabelle 11.30am .OOpm 6.00pm 4.30pm
nark 11.45sm .I30pm *6.45pm 4.4bam
whoppy 12.Lpm 8.14pm 7.tlpm 5.16am
llahame 1.3"pm &0pm 8.893pm A.20am


Ly Jacksonvlilk
(S.A. L Ry. I
Ar Ta'mlshmnamw


9.06mm 4.O0vm
[;j~~jj a. Ipm t.8am &&m61


rv isheasas 8.pm 36am 8.46pm 6.36am
Lv Bainbridge 6.2pm L.lam 10.tpm .27am
Ar Arlington 7.26pm 10.U1am 10.1Iam
Lv Cuthbert &.4pm 11.6mn .... 11.156n
Lv Macon 4.15am 4.36gm 4.386m
Ar Atlanta .. ..7.m 7.46pm 7.5imm
Notime-Train. No.. 6and 6 will depart frem mand
arrive at foot of Shotwell street, hbridj.
Tiketa for train 8. lWvins Beabride aundays
at 30 am. will be on sale at th office of the Cal.
lahan Geocry Caomnpany.
TrvIn No. 6 will atop 35 minutes at Lanark for
brakfaut.
W. m. LAM. IO. Alston.
General Manaer. General Paaasseagr Agent.
Bainbridg.Ga.
IL. C. Snip..
Traveling Panmer Agent.
Tanishokl Fla.

FREELAND'S SHOPS,
op The M Lte Nmote
BARBER AND TAILOR WORK,
Altmests. CeanISg. SOhgas.
tse.. for Ladle aMd Gmtlin.
AOuwcy For Th RoyI Taors.

Only one machine In a lifetime s ne-
emery if you buy the Wheeler & Wilmn
No. 9 from L. C. Yas r.

Go to Evan' for the great value
in sbrts for th leat moey.


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ELER.

r a Specialty.


TALLAHASSE.
PW W r i0* I ift-ij


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