The weekly true Democrat
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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 16, 1905
Publication Date: 1905-1912
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 3, 1905)-v. 7, no. 52 (Feb. 16, 1912).
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Succeeded by: Semi-weekly true Democrat

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Gooed Government; Honesty In Public Office; Equal Justice to All--Special Privileges to None.


Items of laseret fte the VSTade

On Wedne the Governorappo
ed the Goverorsw Mansion Commlen
as provided for in the Governos Man-
sion Bill which was approved May 9.
The Commission is as follows: Hon.
J. N. C. Stockton, of Jacksonville
Sam'l Pasco, Jr, of Pensaeola, and
Hon. B. N. Mathes, of Hillsborough
county. Upon request and because of
the generalinterest in the bill through-
out the city we reprint the bill in full.
Other appointment made by the
Governor that will be of general inter-
est and of great importance is the "Spe-
cial Commission to inspect, examine
into and report upon the needs and re-
quirementsof the State Hospital for the
Insane" at Chattahoochee. This is a
very important commission and is re-
quired to make their report to the Leg-
islature of 1907. The legislation mak-
ing this commission is one of the good
results of the report of the now famous
concurrent committee. There will be
other good results from that same re-
port later on. The commission as at-
pointed by the Governor is as follows:
Dr. Louis M. Blocker, of Pensacola:
Mr. N. P. Quarterman, of Quincy, and
S. B. Carmeron; of Bartow. Dr.
Blocker is an old Tallahassee boy and
formerly was assistant physician at the
asylum. No better selection could have
been made. We dcr not know the other
two gentlemen, but in view of the fact
of Mir. Quarterman being a citizen of
Gadsden county, near tte aaylum, he
will no doubt have personal knowledge
of many facts that would be of vslue to
the commission in making up their re-
Two other appointments were mAde
r by the Governor Wednesday, one being
that of an assistant State auditor as
prescribed for by the recent Legislature.
The Governor was, as usual very for-
tunate in his selection, who is Hon.
E. A. Crawford, of Gadsden county.
Mr. Crawford has been for the past
two years chief clerk in the auditors
department, and so is thoroughly~famil-
iar with the duties of his office.
The Legislature very wisely also pro-
vided for an assistant supervisor of
convicts and convict camps, and this
office was filled by the Governor by the
appointment of Mr. Chas. A. Clark, of
Bountstown. The friends of Mr.
Clark predict that he will be an able
and earnest assistant of Hon. Newton
A. Blitch, the present very efficient
and heretofore only supervisor.
Another bill that we print that is of
interest to all, and especially to the
church-going and Christian people of
our community is the bill recently
passed 'Prohibiting Certain Games and
S ports on Sunday. This bill was in-
tended to prevent the playing of base-
ball on Sunday, a practice that had be-
come far too common in our larger
cities. The baseball club of Jackson-
ville, however, declare the law, which
was approvedby the Governor June 6th,
to be unconstitutional and with a great
flourish of trumpets played a game in
that city last Sunday. It i to be hoped
that the law will be found to be consti-
tutional and will be enforce against
all those who attempt to break it.
The law is as follows:
Act to prohMbit Certain Games and
Sports en Sualay.
Be it enacted by the Legislature of
the State of Florida:
Sec. 1. That whoever engages on
Sunday in any game or sport, such as
baseball, football, or bowling as played
in bowling alleys, or horse racing,
whether as player, manager, director or
otherwise, shall be deemed guilty of a
misdemeanor and shall be punished by a
fine not exceeding one hundred dollars.
or by imprisonment in the county jail
not exceeding three months, or by both
such fine and imprisonment.
Sec. 2. That all laws and parts of
laws in conflict with the provisions of
this act shall be and the same are here-
.SecT.8That this act shall take effect
4 immediately uon its paesage and ap-
proval by the G rnor.
Approved June 6, 1906.
The umbrella contest at the Capital
City Pharmacy is growing more inter-
esting every day.
Miss Florence Howell of Fisher's
Creek, Leon county, is visUting relatives
in the cit and attending the teachers'
Mr. Richard D. Sims, of Tama who
had been vistin relatives In Gadden,
taMed over uTalahassee Wednesday
to st t family of Mr. J. W. Collin.
and other relatives and friend.
The tted Prebytean churches

,or r en stLa e Hal, ad
the latter Ttu^t Lake Bradford.

.1-4 C,..--, o I havy
deo. ow Nh w MeMMu
fslaybwho .,a M w head-l.
S some nerewIence orueeetadby
Messrs Gil-moe & DRAvi,Ont McCarTth

presented a wio was numer-
faya igned a i this and ad- And now General Albert Gilchrrst
= W mantfisa weE as other mec- m- yb-ta to wish be bo t done iW
tiow6of the State. Th board took the eGrand kv geofe Independsnt
matter under adv Lsm t. A largeeir- Order of Good Templanr of Florida,
CeW of Mr. Tayler's frie, 'sonsisting colored, are nine ssoi hee this week.
of a large majority ett but etisaens They are = ietig iM Good Temple rs
of this countyhope Os verdict wi bhe Hall on Boulevard sltest, et of the
favorable to hi cemetery.


Child D i. thke b th sed .tie
work will be u to eopto as
rapidly as m We wil have a
handsome and -BnI<-qal new home for
our business soon, t bea. uuumtmueted
and arranged e.pecIaly Tor a printing
omce, with all the modern convenieoces.


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~A ; 1p san now T u v
Call Phone 41 or aee G. H. Aeritt Tallhabme a Is -.l iale.
r heap haulin- to5n TaD.ah-e buu her claim as being
SFrank W. Dval, of Crawford- the ony .lo al for the State U.
vlspent several days Is the city this veret, sM a the m ficet
Mr. Glover T oe of the popular whoe ledd reer was so uthlely
Mura thaler i1js operators of atotby the authors of the Buckman
th ea-Union, v his rela-
tives and hosts of Tasasse friends. Fr a small asemnar t has
Dr. Henry B. Palmer returned home into a collee, notny nam., t in
on Tuesday night's train from Balti- fact, as evidence t an icreasaed en.
more, where he had been called to the rollment from 10 tuonts from nine
bedside of Mr. Ben Meginniss. He re- counties to neary students from
ports Ben as dding finey and ,that he forty-five counties tatea and two
will soon be able to return home. f n countries, f rona graduat-
Several nice residences are now being I l of onl two to fourteen from
put u in the city, a them a two. om r o eu nn e
ory ilding on the rmerly owned al department this ear.
by Jenny Wright, a colored woman, on Its graduates have reeved the i*g-
Jefferson street. It is being put up estexamination averages attained
for a boarding house by parties from any students .fromAy h
Wakulla. leges. One of itarad te of I
... M was the only suceful applicant and
The news of the death of Mr. Harry th e frst to obtain th, Rhoda scnolar-
Province which occurred last week at ship at Oordd The single
White Springs canled forth expressions couipetltor who tiewith him in t
of sorrow a regret from a l ge cir- o etitiv examination
cle of friend i andacquaintancesin this compwho aa not born in thi 8 un
'lt Harry was raised amo his-timanlwhoewasenot1bornlnInthe Stao an
city. Harry was raed among us his who had received his education from an
father being for many years the Bap- institution outsde of this State.
tist minister at this place, and was a For work .oomphed and the high
graduate cf the Florida State College. degree of -ehosip tand the Flor.
At the time of his death he was teach- ida State prminent
ing school at White*Springs. i above all compete This is recog.
Kappa Alpha ^ a t nised in evey section of the State as
wpa Al- -- -.- et. evidenced by th increased enrollment
Last Saturday evening, June 8, n the from all section and the applications
spacious dining hall of the Leon Hotel, that were being received from the most
tne Kappa Alpha Fraternity of the Flor- roilinent m n of our State, who wished
ida State College held their final banquet, sonsa redInto the college dur-
and those who were present and saw i-'the nomi ig ral eion.
the spread declare it the mot successful moral atmosphere of the institu-
event of its kind ever held at that po tonsof the hn all h
..'stion is of the h eshst. In all its his-
ular house or in the Capital City. a tory of fifty years not one breath of
*the act abolishing the State college scandal has come from its classic halls.
abolishes also this chapter of that po- nor has there been any quarrels or per-
ular fraternity, the Kappa Alpha boy sonal bickering among t* faculty or
decided to make their imal celebration trustees
one of the swellest events given at the This is not surprisni when it is re-
Capital in some time. The dining hall membered that TAllhhassee is noted
was profusely decorated in the frater- throughout the South for the excellence
nity colors--crimson and gold- and dur- and culture of its citizens, who would
ing the evening music was furnished by frown down the least departure from
the Whitfield orchestra. the high standard they have set for
The fraternity men, the sorority and themselves.
alumni men gathered an the parlors and Thm site itself is most beautiful and
from there marched into the banquet healthful being situated on a high hill,
hall in the following order: President o 'ing a wide stretch of funtry
A. A. Murphree, Prof. Arthur Williamn s 9eordi5r a agnMcent
Hon. W. Sheat, Mr. and Mrs. present uild ngs are excellent sad all
T. Myers, S. F. Gammon Miss B of requi except that the great increase
Monutcello, A. B. Clark Miss Farcloth in attendance demands more dormitory
of Alabama, W. B. Crawford, Miss accommodations.
Bott of Monticello E. P. Watson Miss Tallahassee ha splendid water, pure
Saxon, R. B. Merd, Miss CaW as a mountain stream a splendidly-
H P Woodberry, Mi ReynoldsC. W. equipped and efficient e department,
Peters Mss Buchholi, John Milton, electne light and gas plants, and has4
Miss night. F.W. Buchhols, Mis Par- just completed a sewerage system that
tillo, H. R. Horaey Miss Long, H. H. cost $,O..
Palmer, Miss Hatcer L.G.kThompon, Tallahassee has five churches, and is
Miss Reed, T. M. Wkelford, Miss noted as being a Christian and church-
Bryan, L M. Murrey, Miss R.awls W. going community, that always have
P. Byrd Miss Phillips, W. Munro Me: f rowned down any infringement of the
Intosh, Miss Lucile Saxon. o sanctity of the Sabbath.
President Murphree acted as toast- The town has recently become "dry"
master and called upon the following and has no barrooms, and the temper-
men, who responded to the toasts as- ance sentiment is growing stronger
signed them: Senator Myers, Prof. Wil- everyday
liams, Mr. Sheats. A. B, Clark and W. ,Tahaee l theCapital of the State
B. Crawford of the alumni, and Messrs. and affords as such several distinct ad.
Buchholz, Byrd, Gammon, Peters, vantages not possewaed by other corn
Snackelford and McCord of the senior ,ntitors for the university. The Legis-
class .. l nature can easily inspect, either by corn-
The following. wa : mittee or individually, the working of
Soup--Bouilon. of the university The Board of Public
Fish- Baked trout aux fine herbin, action will be at all time in touch I
celery, radihes, younts onionett with the university and have personal
Tomatoes, siced beets, dreamed lettuce, knowledge of everything that is going
Boiled- Smithfield ham, champagne; on within its halls. The students wil
corned beef and ba b. be able to see the Legislature in session,
I Roast-Turkey, cranberry elly, herb meet the prominent men of the State,!
dressing; Chicago beef, chicken salad; note the mode of making and unmaking
barbecued pig, lobster salad. laws and the manner of conducting the
Entrees-Tenderloin of beef, larded, business f a great commonwealth, an
tomato sauce; sweetbreads, braised;! experience that will broaden their minds
mushrooms; banana fritters, rum flavor and quicken their mental faculties to a
Cold-Mayonnaise of chicken, smoked wonderful der ee
tongue, crab salad, lamb, deviled crabs, A calm andispasslonate view of the
roast beef. merits and the many advantages poe-
Vegetables Green English peas, as- sessed by Tallahassee over the other
paragus tip. sprnng squash, mashed competitors cannot fail to give her the
potatoes, golden waxed beans, stewed university, and thereby continue the
tomatoes cucumbers, cauliflower, can- career other Florida State Collee, al-
died yams, steamed S. C. rice, egg- ready acknowledged by all not blinded
plant. California pea. by local partisanship to be the best in
Pastry and Dessert-Butter tartlets, .e State
claret wine, chocolate layer cake, me- _--
ringue cake, orange ice, raiinas, earsa- POES WANTED.
mel cake, apple pie, vanilla ice cream, The poems of the late Columbus Drew
candies, cream puffs, apricot pie, orange of Jacksonville were destroyed in the
absherbet, assorted nuts, cold tea, coffee, fire of May 8, 1901. Any of Mr. Drew's
e....u. Tuis friends having copies pf any of his
SNmoler Tva.i- ad A poems will confer a great favor by
Now on ale, via G. F. and A. Ry. and sending them to Miss Alice J. Drew,
C. T. ad G. R R. to all Mountain and 315 Laura street, Jacksonville. Copies
Water Reorts. Elgat schedules and will be returned if so desired.
splendid sleeping car connections made .
to all points. Cegrlatlated b Mr. Shine.
For rates and other information, phone Yesterday at noon Mayor-Elect Bliss
26, or address R C. Snipes, Travelung pad a visit to the city hll, where the
Passenger Agent. Tallahassee, Fla. board of canvassers was in session o-
"^^'" ^^ i over the returns of the eleetlon.
Hon. Thomas L. Palmer and Hon iet,- e Mr. Bilas met his opponent,
Robert McNamen Honi. o Mr. Shine, and the latter extended his
Tams, and Hon. L. Cl rk ofMeon. hand and congratulatedl him upon his
ticeilo, appeared before the State board electlo. Mr Bliss also congratulated
of pa lonast i atsday aind Mr. Shine the clean cam he
In Mr. Walter T. h' s beh. Th d c.. rP u .- -co

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Mr. C. H. Cox tos on a visit to Cincin-
At last we are having refreshing
showers ai gorid er and farmers a
feeling better.
Mr. GeoRge W. Childs was called to
Buenm Vista BUMay on account of the
serious illness of her sister.
Milk Bertha tIn of Bloxham, who
has been ttedig the normal depart-
ment of the lorda State College, re-
turned home Moday. .
Hon. Geo. W. Saxon, president of
the Capital City Bank of this city who
has been In attendance on the btate
Banker Association held in Jackson-
vil last week, returned Monday.
Mr. D. F. Gramling of Centerville,
made us a short but pleasant visit dur-
ing the week. We are always pleased
to have Leon ountans visit us when in
the city. Everyone may know that a
cordial welcome is extended to all.
Rev. N. M. Long preached before
large audience at the Presbyterian
church last Sunday morning and even-
ing. Mr. Long was formerly pator of
tUe church and has many friends in this
city who holdIlm in high esteem, and
arealways delighted to hear him preach.
He returned to his home in Memphis
Monday accompanied by his daughter,
Miss hirley, who has been staying
with her grand-father, Mr. W. R. Wi[
son, this winter attending the Florida
State College.
Realuleas ofRepect and Sympathy
Adopted by the First Baptist Church
of Tallahassee, Fla.:
Tallahassee, Fla., June 11, 1906.
Whereas, the mad news of the sudden
death of one of our members, Brother
W H. Provence, son of our former and
beloved pastor Rev. S. M. Provence,
occurring at Ft. Myers, Fla., June 8,
1906 has just been received; and
Whereas, we not only desire to place
on record the interest and affection
which we have ever cherished for
Brother Harry, whose future prospects
for a life of usefulness in a for the
Master's cause were so bright and prom-
ising, but also to record our deep and
sincere sympathy for Brother M.
Provence, who, while our pastor,
wrought so faithfully for uas ad the
cause of Christ in our midst, and for
his dear wife, In whom we ever found
a true friend,
Resolved, That as a church, while
we humbly bow in submission to the
will of our dear Heavenly Father, who
doeth all things well, express our heart-
felt sorrow at the seemingly too early
closing of an earthly career, In the death
of Brother Harry, of one who gave
great promise of signal blessing to the
world In the Kingdom of God.
Resolved, That we hereby express our
heartymappreciation of the many noble
traits of Christian character possessed
by Harry while a member with us, and
as a student in our midst.
Resolved, That as a church we here-
by extend our sincerest sympathy and
affection to Brother and Siter Prov-
ence in this hour of their great sadness
and bereavement, with the assurance
that we remember them in our prayers
at the throne of grace, praying the Di-
vine Father to comfort heir heart
with His own most gracious comfort
and love.
Resolved, That these resolutions be
printed in our papers, in the Southern
Witness; that they be spread upon our
church record book, and that a copy be
forwarded to Brother 8. M. Provence
and wife at their home In Tuskegee,
Done by order and in behalf of the
church this, the llth day of June, 1906.
Rev. W. F. Cramer, Pastor,
J. F. Perkins,
J L. Hays,
W. V. Knott,
Frank Cramer,
A. A. Murphree,
Mr. C J. M. Shine is visiting his
many Tallahassee friends again this
wee k.
Bethel Baptist colored Sunday School
gave their scholars a picnic at Lake
all yesterday, and all who attended
report a nice day.
Dr. S8. B. Chapin, of Tallahassee,
chief clerk in the surveyor-general's
ofce, is spending a short time with his
old friends here, all of whom are glad
to greet him Gainesville Sun.
Mrs. J. M. Bradner and her daughter,
Mrs. John T. Costa, have gone to visit
friends in Tampa and Daytona, and will
leave for New York City some time in
Childs Bros. have been awarded the
contract for a nice, new building for
The True Democrat and the Collins Job
Printing office. It is to be built and
arranged epeally for a printing
offmee, and when completed and equip-
pd wll be seond to none in this part
of d or wtie South.
The menial now being placed on
the g feTb True Democrat and
Cot~a* ob riningoffice-bu~lding.

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We have watched with interest dur-
ing the Florida Legislature the stand
taken by our legislators, their way of
handling affairs and the mode in whkh
they were handled, and as such feel t
our duty to comment upon such mesa-
urea as we ae t.
We first take up the action of Gen-
eral Gilchrist, the speaker of the House
of Representative, in the report of the
investiating committee appointed by
him to look into the condition and at-
fairs of the msane asylum at Chatta-
Of course the General wants to be
heard and seen-he is often seen when
not heard-and this applies to the in-
stance when he descended from the
roetrum and took his stand in condemn-
ation of the report made by the com-
mittee whom he had appointed. What
kind of a report did Ge. llchrist ex-
pect his committee to make, and why
id he not instruct them to make sueh
a one as he wouMprove? The News
takes the stand tt each and every-
one of the gentlemen who visited the
asylum were mea of the highest char.
actor-men who were At or te
purpose intended they qbouJM nn
and if they were not who- I t
but Gen. 0Gil s Irt's?
ruler In so far the an
investistlng eommittee
and ifthee men weren't the to
be relied upon as rendering a fair and
impartial verdit, according to the ei-
eence before them, why did Mr. Gil.
christ select then H action In try.
ng toseure the rejection of the re.
port n a commendable one cn his
part, and the question asibes, has the
General a bottom upon which to stand?
He was and is nsponsible for appoint-
Ing the committee, and he should have
shown due respect for them in accept-
ing the report as an honest one.-
Jasper News.
If it cost the people of loids 680,-
000 to keep 100 men in Tallaaee for
sixty days, (and the town dry at that,)
how much would the people @sae by
pay the member ofthe Lelature
six dollars a to stay at home?--
Bronson Times-Democrat.
The famous Walles claim for nearly
200,000 against the State of Florida
still stalks abroad, a restless ghost
which refuses to be laid. The Legisla-
ture has not only declined to pay the
claim, but has refused to passabill ipe-
mitting the claimants to bring suit
against the State in the Florida courts
to determine the validity of their claim,
the refusal based upon the alleged %n.
constitutlonallty of such speclahleg1s1.
tion. ConsiderinLg the hardness of t
times, the touches of the legislative
heart, the high prce of money and te
certainty of death, If we were Colonel
Wailes we would take that $1,000
propriated two years g to pa te
claim, and retire with dignity, f not
eclat from the unequal contest. Any
elderly gentleman of Inexpensive tastes
in possession of that sum of money and
a high-claw grievance warranted to
lat, can get a great deal of solid com-
fort out of life. It beats the hope de.
ferred game very badly.-Live Oak
The insane asylum report has been
widely heralded as a masterpiece of ex-
It is mostly hot air.
Perhaps the committee is holding
back much for the grand jury. It
certain that there Is little evidence in
the report that would be Judged compe-
tent n a court bf law. The report
deals largely in generalities.
It has been known for a long time
that things were rotten at Chattahoo-
chee and other Legislatures have quite
regularly sent whitewashing committees
to quiet matters.
Suppose thee belated investigation
establish that a condition of grant does
prevail ip our public institutions-wl a
rem be applied? Not until those
gredute caring for our unfortu-
nates, and molding the minds of youth,
are raised above th plan of cheap pol-
itics! Theeareof our insane--miserable
unfortunatest-is as a rule, in the hands
of officials appointed to pay political
debts. One crowd goes out and another
comes in, not for reasons of public ser-
vice, but beoauese of the "pull." * *
Oar unfortunates should be car for
by the most tsklld speclalsts, who, in
turn, shouM paid no proportion to
their knowle and kill. Otirchildre
should be taught by .scholarly and re.-
spected and irintale teachers, who,
in turn shoudbe pai on tnlhe hnj

Eghtiee hded a yearfbr the headet
a b toe ths n with .,
fense to the esmUn iamose ir -^
pie. SOmkhhfectamteo

and p, t wiat they are .ewar-1

THI TRUl DI T. taMWn, alto
A coraspAident of the Times-Union
pertinently inquires-or rather expreses-
PUBLISNEb EVERY FRIDAY MORNING. es his desire to know-"the reason why
i the nayss' voted against allowing the
Entered a oond Ci Ma4tr Mwh S. Il, i at matter (of the Wales claim) to come
the Post offs aS Taihiaim. eridaF. ouAwr up in our State courts on its merits;
Act of conere. of Mch &. a .. and asks, "Do they fear that Walks
Ofmce in Telephone Buildig. Com Adm as -can establish his claim?"
Cinuton tret. Telekphee Na io. As to the motive underlying any
member's vote, the general public and
Mubt.riptom. n1.00 Per Yew. hi Advance. the press should pot, in courtesy, in-
Advertdaise Reos asp AppWaU quire. Whatever right to do so belongs
ot his immedia*te contfinaet ad u se.

The evwidee en whih he Oommittee accomplice, Capt. Carter, be tried by
based their conclusions has not as yet courtmartial.
been printed. Let us hpe that it is not _
unprintable a part of the first report For neat, clean Job Printing, seem Col-
was. lins.

Tallahassee, Friday, Jeae I, 1e. ondary only to the whole people when
the result affects them as a whole.
The Supreme Court of New Jersey This result occurred in the matter of
has sustained the constitutionality of the Wales claim, and every citizen of
the law which prohibits the shooting of Florida, being directly affected, has the
live pige-ons as that of markmanship. right to know, of those who acted in
The Brooksville Argus is kept busy the matter, precisely why they acted
these days defending the Jennings ad- as they did.
ministration. Well that is only as Whether this laudable and legitimate
might be expected, if not as it should curiosity will ever be satisfied by those
be, for did not most all of Brooksville whose acts are thus questioned is
come to the capital with that adminis- another matter, and one purely of spec.
tion. ulation.
Secretary Shaw announces that the If one who voted to close the doors of
payment of the second installment of Justice against Col. Wailes should say
$12,000,000 of public deposits, called that he did so because he believed the
from the depository banks, will not be claim to be without merit or fraudu-
required until July 1st, but may be lent, and that the State does not owe
made by the banks at any time on or!Col. Wailes anything, did he not usurp
before July 15. the Judicial prerogative, and decide a
.- . ..-- .- question of law which was only proper-
Frank G. Bigelow, the former Mil- ly to be decided by the courts.
waukee banker, began serving his ten If one says that while he acknowled-
years' sentence at the Federal prison god the existntee of a valid contract
Monday. His hair was cut and a prison upon which the claim is based, he be-
muit given him. He was photographed lived that only a small part of the
and measured by the Bertillon system. amount claimed is due, and that Col.
Bigelow will be given a clerical posi- Walke should have been satisfied with
tion. ---.. the sum which the Legislature of 1908
The Governor vetoed "An act provid- awarded to him, (about 15 per cent of
ing for a stody of the State forest con- the face of the claim), then did he not,
editions by th agricultural experiment like that Legislature, usurp the func-
station of the University of Florida in tions of an impartial jury, organized
co-operation with the United States under due form of law, and sworn to
Department of Agriculture," because do justice between parties litigant ac.
the University of Florida having been cording to the rules and principles gov-
abolished the bill will be inoperative earning judicial procedure?
and would only tend to confusion and to The fact is, that the trouble connect.
cumber the records. ed with the Wailes claim is just begin.
Perhaps Governor Broward's future ning. As the correspondent above
attitude towards the disclosure of con- quoted aptly remarks: "The courts
ditions existing at the State hospital ,ought to be allowed to let any honest
may remove the almost universal im- man present his claims, and no honest
pression that he stands ready to de- man ought to oLject to an honest, legal
fend the administration of his imme. claim being paid. No business man
diste predecessor against the almost would consent to have his mercantile
Innumerable counts of the Indictment claims go before the Legislature; no
filed against it by the Legislature, man would want to advance money to
simply because some of the subordinate the State under these conditions."
officials of administration boards of the The second committeeappointed by
State government happen to belong to the Legislature to investigate the State
both administrations. Insane asylum and the report of the
.-. - -.. first committee reported on Thursday
Many thoughtful persons believe that of last week entirely exonerating the
Governor Broward and the "hold-over" Board of Commissioners of State Insti-
members of his "cabinet" were in- tutions, the superintendent of the
veiled into the issuance of the broad- asylum and the female attaches. The
vereport was unanimously adopted by the
side protest which the Legislature legislature, thereby throwing a cloud
declined to receive, by an unnatural upon the report of the first committee.
and irrational impression that their Hon C. S. Wilson, of Hernando county,
S official Iri had bee delier- was a member of the second committee.
own ofcial integrity had been dellrer- Brooksville Argus.
ately attacked. However strong that Quite so, but ex-Gov. Jennings and
impression may have been forced upon Hon. A C Croom, two very influential
them by the cunning Insistance of those members of the Board, the two who
interested in obliging them to share possibly more than anyW other members,
unduly the responsibility for the condi- had supervision over the management
tions unearthed by legislative action, of the asylum, and Dr. Gwynn, the
the general Impression seems to be that superintendent of the asylum, all these
they were purposely, yet unnecessarily, hailed from Hernando county, and the
alarmed; and that few connected them latter two were appointed by the gov-
with the real causes of the conditions ernor. Further comment would be
reported to the legislature superfluous
Through the supportof South Florida, The Buckman bill, which has passed
Albert Gilchrint was elevated to the both houses and been signed by Gov-
Speakership. Despite this he worked ernor Broward. puts enormous power
against the Tampa fair bill in the into the hands of the executive which no
matter of Ingratitude Gilchrist meas- doubt, will be exercised by Governor
urea up to the average political Stan- Hroward with the most conscientious
dard.-Palatka Times-Herald. That's care and deliberation. It is of the
not all, he lead nine other members of greatest importance that the State
the House in an effort to refuse to ac- Board of Control, to be appointed by
cept the report of the committee on the Governor, absolutely should be a
conditions at the insane asylum. But body of upright, competent and un-
then, he was very much in evidence at trammelled men. To this end the Trib-
all times, when doings of the Jennings une urges that the Governor should not
adminIstration were questioned His appoint on it any member of the Legis-
hand was again seen when he ap)iointed nature who might be blasaed for or
the second sylum investigating comrn- against any practical location for either
mittee, and Representative Noble may of the State Colleges, or any one who is
tell the public something more about interested financially in any town likely
that matter yet. to become a competitor for said loca-
Those who charge that the flrst asy- tion. Tampa Tribune.
lum Investigating committee made The latest advices from the grafters'
their report not on facts as found, but retreat in Canada is to the effect that
for the purpose of bringing discredit on the Savannah contractors, Gaytor and
the Jennings administration have only Greene, having exhausted every expe-
the report of that committee on which dent which their high-priced lawyers
is based their charges-an the other could invent to enable them to seesape
hand It ca be ag with more sem- the consequences of their agreed, are
blo e of tsh that the second comrn- about to be surrendered for entradltio
mittae waa appointed for the purpose and trial In the United tast eurts.
of whitewashing the Jenminuw admini-) This, however, is only the beginning of
stmticn and to prevent any further other chapter of dilator7 tactic In
action being taken by the Legislature. the courts, for they sanst, Nke their

sent a 1jsties e Tt A
the suprom ert requesting thatho, by reason as r th no Dr f.
send him an oiPdeo advising I im "if of a hand or ad bho unab to P' r,* a mWLeBmnioned
under the provisiu.of such se.ttoI of, & r orw tote s hby Rss be nsme
the Consttuton (Se V, Art. Art III) a t rrifor oa e o er ld to e t as lnm et
Senator or Member of the House of thi swt.aPIspsetn e h iti oa
wRhiestal v during the time for Governor Bro by his veto of the T fvereowoildt I fevere. ot
which he was elected may be appointed above act, shows early that he is not learn. aboard a vesel n the harbor
by the Goveror, a member of the in favor of affording to political trick- committed suicide aht Friday. No
Board of Cetol created by law during sters further means of rascality and ca se is 4tarf S a~st. He
suhh tome, whome term of office is deft- trickery in primary elections. Thefilm-w carried s Tl f hniarl.
nite, with provision for removal and ap- slest excuses imaginable were resorted Mae of ai re vitinf
pointraent to fill vacancies whose pow- to by inspectors of election and election Mrs. Lynn
era and duties, under the law, subject officers In the precincts of many Flor. Bu has increased so raply that
to control and supervision of the State Ida counties during the primaries of last ~ avat In t ompersonofl Mr.
Board of Education, consist in part in year, under the guise of blindness, etc., A. F. Mahoney.
locating, controlling and managing, to vote people who were not qualified. Mr. C. Farley's family moved to
State institutions of learning, but who The Governor gives the following good Tallahassee this week. e regret to
are paid only actual expenses while in reasons for vetoing the act: "Whiloose them, though t's Talas '
the performance of prescribed duties?" its purpose-that of affording opportu- Prof. Ass P. Gray, of Hilliardville, is
After deciding that the Board of Con- nity for the worthy voter who, by mis- visiting A. P. Holt's family.
trol was an office within the meaning fortune or otherwise, is not able to in- Miss May Holt is teaching a private
of the Constitution of the State the! telligently mark his ballot so as to ex- ohool at Saenboi Landing on the
court rendered an unanimous opinion, press his honest choice thereby-meets The weang bells will soon ring.
to which they all affixed their signa- my approval, yet the opportunity af- Ask Mr. 8. P. M. Cavey how he fces
tures, that no Senator or Member of forded by its provision for the abuse of these days.
the House of Representatives be a this privilege by the vicious and corrupt der of the day. Island are the or
member of the Board of Control, crea- in the large cities and towns of the d-e--r-otd
ted by the last Legislature. The court State greatly outweigh this advantage WOODVILLE ITE iS.
concludes a follows: and make it a very dangerous mean in We are very sorry tosay that Mr
See. 5, Article III of our Constitution the hands of -the unscrupulous, afford- W. J. byke's youngest hild who has
provides as follows: "No senator or ing an opportunity for the abuse of the been sick for some time died last Sat-
member of the House of Representa- confidence of the voter and destroys urday and was buried Sunday at the
tives shall, during the time for which the secrecy of the Australian ballot. Mr. Matilda Lawhon and Master
he was elected, be appointed or elected For these reasons I object to this act Dewey Potts returned Saturday from a
toany civil office under the Constitu- becoming a law, and therefore deem it visit to Taykr county.
tion of this State, that has been cre- my duty to withhold my approval there- Rev. J. D. Bush preached his last
ated, or the emolouments whereof shall from." sermon while his visit last Sunday.
have been increased during such time.' Heintends to return to New York ma
have been inreo sedpduring such tim.f A New York. telegram states that few days.
The purpose of this provsien of the aulMorton has accepted te sition Mrs. R. E. Maxwell has moved to
organic law was to put it beyond the of chairman of the board of directors Woodville where se intends to reside
powers of the legislative branch of the of the Equitable Life Assurance Soci. in the future.
government to create official positions ety. Immediately following the ac- Mr. burton Belcher paid Woodville a
ceptance by Mr. Morton, resignations visit this week.
to be filled by its members, thereby re- weretendered by PresidentAlexander Mrs. T. J. Isler left Woodville Thurs-
moving the temptation of an improvi. First Vice President Hyde Second Vice day for Carrabelle. She will spend a
dent or unwise creation of offices not President Tarbell, Third Vice President few days with her son, Mr. E. R. Isler.
expressly provided for by the Cost Wilson and Fourth Vice President Mc- Miss Kate Mae Cox has returned
expressly provided for by the Constitu- Inyre. The resignations wereten- home from Tallahassee where she has
tion. Under its provisions we think dereto Mr. Mortonwhoaccepted the been attending school.
that it is clear that no member of either position of chairman on condition that Mr. P. D. Lwis and Mr. K. Howard
house of the Legislature is eligible to he should have a tree hand both as to went to the t. Marks river Wednes-
the incumbency of any civil office of measures and men. Mr. Hyde ha day morning.The good part of it was
e incumency o any civil oce greed, it is said, to divest himself of the fishing. They killed several large
this State that is created during any hisstock in the manner outlined by the trout and caught several brim. The
part of the time for which auch mem- State superintendent of insurance, viz., worst part of it was when they came
her was elected, and that such ineligi- policy-holders to have a representation out they found that their horse had
ability continues during the entire time of 28 directors against 24 directors for broken looe and gone home. They
the stockholders It was stated later had to carry their fish seven miles. Mr.
for which such member was elected, that Mr. Hyde has agreed to dispose of Lewis returned Thursday morning
and that such member can not render a majority of his stock to a syndicate after the buggy.
himself eligible during such time by re- of olicy-holders represented by Tho. niA large crowd Woodville ae pan-
signing his legislative membership Byan. t Creek
Our opinion is that you as Governor But who is to hold the syndicate? Miss Sarah Davis of Morris Station,
can not constitutionally appoint any What will that body do to the Equitable Ga., is visiting Woodville this week.
member of either house of the present when things quiet down and the policy- Is It Ne Usp tial ?
legislative branch of the government holders go to seep aain? To the People of Florida:
to membership on such Board of Con- With a few men like Senator Harris A majority of the Senate Judiciary
trol, since the Constitution clearly for- in the Florida Legilature we would mmiablest attorneys, composed of some of the
bids their being appointed to any such have a good session every time. He is to the Senate a bill to allow S. I. Wailes
civil office created during the time for not afraid to suggest the investigation and the estate of William K. Beard to
which they were elected as members of of any report which relates to the sue in the State's court on the contract
such Legislature. State Ex rel. Childs State', interests-Britol Bee. made by Governor Drew, under seal,
v. Sutton, 63 Minn. 147, 65 N. W. Rep. te .ret -ritol with S. [Walles. The recommendation
262, C. 30 L. R. A 680 The Legislature aropriated $40,000 ofthe Senate committee was defeated
262o 8. C. 30 L. n60 I The Legislature appropriated 40000 by one vote. That committee had be-
Another matter which the members for new buildings and improvements at fore it the incontrovertible evidence
of the Legislature may find some em- the Florida Hospital for the Insane, that in theprosecution of the claim
barrassment in explain ing is the fact From all accounts, the institution is against the United States by me, from
sa nneed of aid. -Palatka Herald. July 7, 1879, until its payment to Flor-
that no provision was made for the adly in needof aid.-Paltka Herald. ida, July 1902, that myexpenses in
cause of immigration, while large sums Drowning i the OclMeckeoee. the matterhad bben about $6 ,000. and
were given away to some local fairs A telephone message the first of the penses) but had received in bonds and
not because it was inherently wrong to wtek conveyed the shocking news of a money July 1, 1902, the sum of $1,089,-
encourage the spirit of competition disaster that brings sorrow to one of 158&66; so that, up to date the status of
among producers by the offerr of pries Thomas county's most prominent fami- the whole matter is as follows:
ad fo theest products at lies Ethel, the 11-year-old daughter of The Legislature authorized Governor
and premiums for the best products at Mr Kedar P. Wight, and Alden, his 9- Drew to makes contract, all subsequent
local fairs (at the expense of the whole year-old son, were drowned yesterday Governors and Legislatures up to the
body of taxpayers), provided the flnan. afternoon in the Ocklockonee river, near time that the money due the State was
clal condition of the State is such as to Walden's bridge safely in her treasury ratified that con-
utif such partial roity but be- It is the annual custom of the Wight tract. That contract was made with
justify such partial generoety; but be- brothers of Cairo to give the little one's myself; was complied with according to
cause the real and vital interest of the of their families a picnic each year. its letterman its spirit, in that the State
whole people in the cause of immigra- This event is eagerly looked forward to has received her due. The Legislature
tion was ignored. by the children, and they were a happy of 1903 offered me $12,500, saying, in
.... crowd when yesterday and picnic day effect, I should receive no larger sum.
A bear has been killed in Osceola, a came. The ladies of the families were That amount I declined .A~ame before /
blind tiger has beer seen at Daytona, not present, but Messrs. K. P., J. B., the Lgslaturewhich ha sjustadjourned
in P W., and Henry Wight and other mem- and -ked to be allowed to submit my
and occasionally men m snake in Pa- bers of the families took the little onese ease to the courts of this State (as ar-
latka.-Times Herald. During the re- to Walden's bridge, on the Ocklockonee, bitrator); that, too, has been refused.
cent session of the Legislature in Talls- for a day's fun. Is that repudisation of the obligations
hasaee many funny things were seen All went well until afternoon. At of a contract or not?
"to shoot atwhen youadn that time Ethel and little Lslesh, the I have the honor to be,
"to sot at when you ntany n, daughter of J. B. Wight, were in wad- Very respectfully,
particularly as when it would leak out, ing and got beyond their depth. They S.I. WAIL S..
that something or somebody was to be .creamed for elp, and the first to re-
invetgated. I pond was Alden, K. P. Wight's young The Seaboard Air Line Railroad Corn-
nvson. The heroic little fellow made a pany have commenced work on their
The Savannah Trust Company has in- brave endeavor to rescue his sister and new depot.
stituted suit in the Umnitad State Cir- cousin. In his endeavor he went too Mr. R. J. Evamns, Jr has accepted a
cult Court for the northern district of far and lost his own life. The agonised position as collector kor Colliers and
Florida, at Tallahamsee, in behalf of the parents rushed into the river and little left on June 2nd to take up his round
holders of the Anrst ...rtgage bonds of LAlesh was saved and the other bodies at Live Oak.

the Carrabelle, T&alaain ad Georgia brought out. All were uneoncious and -i i irt f
Railroad Compat ftforeslous the mort.-onlyhthe one could be resuseitated. Mis f Ella instrutress of the de-
gage on the raMroa and wor p erty Physicians were hastily summoned from a the flota Sa cul
of that company which securthe" Cahro, but their endeavors and skill ato wlrL StatC ere-
bondM Thisit is understood, is the could not restore the life that had fled. ed to her Kansas home saturday
fant step towards th actual eonsolida- The family in one of the most ha mhlib.n
at".OfTl aCarrabe le Tl anhas and respected famiUies in all South Geoi n Mr.hamilton H whoae been

are Uby. ams of S.-bow with theim n sorrow at their grief. mHamlton b I
va h d is ply mna to ;6 um. Thmasill Tyar. nuende hemue w
Mau connection rof the dad KP W Neasie cil Dr. Ja mes phi.
tus pad Atlant, ars Ideated In thentl aas ad m mee, Jack-
deed the G. ad A. tly attendn-
8%OWrFlrorida travesdshr hatrnod.s uma f nym M iss 'a Ro bet tMcCo*"

mmmi Weed r d '""A MIRobert Davis and .-TS m'.gi we
all beckman mmlm* ata f R HoratieDavis. psossment attorneys of 8tgq .L~S seUon
al. a^tt. t o cGdfrom Sabm1 1 were attendance on the WNWm bmet I d e a ornI
the depots, Ito o mt ffa "Pec In October. Supreme~O~urt this we-:. 1-. Jawe 14-L I es




Peremptory Demand Made on Czar
By Russian People.



Russian Autocrat is Told in Plain,
Blunt Language Not to Delay
Issuing Call*

A St. Petersburg dispatch says: The
voice of the delegates of the zemst-
voe and the municipalities demanding
in no uncertain tone the immediate
convocation of a national assembly
to pass upon the question of peace
or war, to heal internal strife and
to unite the people for the rejuvena-
tion of Russia, will be heard in the
address adopted by the all-Russian
zemstvo congress at Moscow, which
a deputation headed by Count Hay-
den and M. Shipoff is bringing to
present to the emperor. The docu-
ment bids fair to become historic. The
customary phrases of respect at the
opening and closing are omitted and
It Is otherwise unceremonious, em-
ploying the direct personal pronoun.
The address arraigns the bureauc-
racy and reminds the emperor that
his pledge to convoke a national as-
sembly is slow of fulfillment. It says
the country Is on the verge of civil
war and even ventures to criticize a
royal measure.
The address urges the summoning
of a national assembly that the war
may become national. There Is in-
tense interest to learn whether the
emperor will receive the bearers of
so bold a message.
The address Is a lengthy document,
from which tho following are ex-
"Sire': Russia has been drawn into
a disastrous war by criminal abuses
and the negligence of your counsel-
"Our anny is powerless and our
fleet has 1,.t-n annihilated, hut more,
menacing than this extreme peril is
the prospect of a civil war waged
by your people against all the vices
of a dangerous and ignorant bureauc.-
"Sire, before it is too late, for the
welfare of Russia. command a convo-
cation of representatives of the na-
tion, (-eIcted by equal franchise ann
let these elected reprPsentatives da,
cide with you the vital question of
war or rear'e. thus transforming the
war Into a national one.
"Sire,. In not delay. Great Is your
responsibility before God andi before
Russia in this terrible hour of national


Chiplev Physicice Runs Amuck and i, Killed
by Town MarshalN.
John C. Hardy, aged about thirty-
five years, a well known physician of
Chipley, Ga., was shot to death there
at jioon Thursday In the store of S.
A. Goodman, mayor of the town, by
Olin White, the marshal of Chipley.
During the morning Dr. Hardy had
publicly horsewhipped an old white
man who had offended him. A case
was made against him. At noon Dr.
Hardy walked into Goodman's store
pulled out his pistol and asked the
mayor how much he was going to
fine him.
In the conversation he called the
mayor a liar. Marshal W"lte was in
the store, and when hb started to in-
terfere Hardy began shooting. Bot:.
he and the marshal fired three shots.
When the smoke cleared Dr. Hardy
waa dead, having been shot through
the body and through the head, h.s
brains spattering the floor.
Mayor Goodman had been shot
through the left arm and the bone
shattered near the wrist, and Mar-
e'al White was uninjured, although
(wo bull-:t had gone through hfs
clothing. Dr. Hardy leaves a wife
and several children.






bes a good impression among your
spondents and helps to give your
iess prestige.

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dotte to occupy the throne of Nor-
"Norway from today is a fully In.
dependent and sovereign state."
This is the text of the editorial.
in the Norwegian newspapers and
it reflects the spirit with which the
people of Norway accept the action
of the storthing when it proclaimed
King Oscar no iongst king of Nor-
At its meeting Wednesday evening
the stort'llng adopted a proclamation
to the Norwogian lpoule in which Is
given a ,l,'alled account of the events
pre(eidlng the passing of the rp'sotu-
tion and in which the hope is ex-
pressed that they "will ut enil in
living in pea(a and on gimild t,.:'n.
with all Pild not tI:e lnas! with th!
Swedish people, to whom wn e are
linked by so many natural ties."
The proclamation concludes as fol-
lows: "Alt officials, civil, military.
must in ,%very resp, yt 'ii that ohl'i-
ence whicl. the gov' rinienit hai the
right 10to lani according to the author-
ity transferred to it. y the storming i
In the name of thi' )p.fpl'li- of No;
T.ie disPol;i'!on of the union be-
tween Swede(n and Nor\uay has oin n
pending for som:e time, and lhal its
growth in thi' desir-e wlicli grew
stronger ah l ine passi'l for ti' f I ,s-
tablishminent of s'fpara;, (msu:ar ys-
tenim for the two country: s.
One of the cai.:ss' for tlihI' desire
In SwedePi anti Norway for se-i)arate
consular sysrt-nis was the fact that
Sweden Is eproec' ionist and Norway
is for free trade and also because. o(f
Norway's more extensive seia trade
and other dl ,rg.ti, i' of co imenrcial
Sweden's Answer to Norway.
The Norwegian coup id'tat was an-
swered In Stockholm Wednenoay night
by a great patriotic devnonstralfon of
loyalty to and sympathy with King
Osrs r.

Europe Doesn't Like It.
A London dispatch says: The revo-
lution in Norway, though anticipated
and peacefully effected, has come on
Europe with unexpected suddenness.
and the question is asked with some
anxiety whether it will mean Inter-
national complications. Had Russia
not been involved In a difficult war In
the far east. It Is doubtful whether
Norway vould have taken the preo-
ent momentous stp., which is not like.-
ly to be regarded with approval by
Euroban powers. .
It is not thought that King Oscar
wl'l cons-nt to a junIor member of
his family becoming king of Norwsl.
This proposal i regardl'd as an at-
tempt to ralliate tbo blow to the de--
posed king, and the opinion of the
English newspapers Is that the sug-
gestion sla quite Impracticable.

Birds That Bul'd.
Among the bIrd.s of the western
bienilsph re the belt tnmaion is a pot-
ter as %ell. This Is the oven bird of
the pamp.as ii South America. It is
called the "casura," a houtiebuilder by
the Spanilards. The nest is mad,( off
mud and bits of straw, piactically ithe'
same a.s the material iit; io for mnoit
buil'.dlnx. In Mexico. Th,' walls are
\e.ry thick and there. Is n partition
walv l ins.,d ', reaching so Iliih iw, toi
form an an techaninm er.

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Tailahameeo, FLrida.



Home Industries for Boer Women.
O VRW AY QUITS dThe Manctester Guardian dencrib.
IOR~ QUIT 1ed an attempt whici is belng made
TE T in the Orange River Colony to teach
W ITH SW EDEN certain home industry, to members
of Boer households Inlmoverished by
_____ the war. The scheme is directed by
SMIss Ih-hhouse an I supported by a
union is Disrupted and King Oscar committee In Englanu. The first ex.
Loses Half of ls Domain. perinent has been made in the small
town of Phiilppolis. where there are
now fourteen girls learning the whole
REAK EFFECTED IN PEACE proc"' s cf wear wl ntos gtr.
L thns, carpets. & .. in the first place
-- for home uise. >itIt afterward. it is
orway Insisted on Separate Consular hoped, for s pale.
As the writer pel::'ws out, home In-
Service But King Refused to Sanc- d' tries have a '- t'or th ane', of sec
tion Measure. c.-ss in a country like the Orange
I ive( r colonyy tnat i a!lmo t tl.titNl, P
(,.f nianufactnriir-. tliai in an indulItrial
Adlvices from Christiana. Norway, country. The girls astonish their
ate that King Oscar's refusal to tPaciher.l by the (iiiliknt'ss with which
ction tie bill passed by the :or:h- they learn ell the p)rocetse's by which
nctg provn e bill for a separad by te onsuaorwool is converted from the raw ma-
g prodg for a separate consu!a~ terial into the fi-nis'hed article. It ia
rvice for Norway culminated Wed- proposed also to teach lacemaking.
esday in the passage of a resolution for which there is said to be a gtx)d
the storthing declaring a disunion market, and to establish all the in.
dustrie s that may he taught on a co-
Sweden and Norway and that the operative basis with co-operative
ng had ceased to act as king of credit for the purpose of buying mia-
orway. chinery, tools, &c.
King Orsa r telegraphed from Stoca- The girls have taken to the scheme
with much eagerness. Some of them
ilm, emphatically protesting against come to Philippolia from outlying
e action of the council of state. farms a good distance away. and the
An addesa to the king was adopted work. whatever commercial sucess it
may have, is a welcome relief to them
clarlng that no ill-feeling was eta- from the enforcelI idleness which is
retained against him, his dynasty or often one of the most irk.iome results
e Swedish nation and asking him of sudden poverty. The scheme at
co-opeote in the selection of a present is supported by only a hun-
dred subscribers. We hope this uum.
ung prince of the house of erna- er will soon be enlarged.

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Published Every FRIDAY Morning.

A tunnel Is o be bored under l ook-
out mountain to keep the latter in the
modern swim. Tunnels will soon be
fitted to all mountains and rivers.

The time wasted by some men In be-
moaning their poverty would, If prop-
erly utilized, enable them to earn a
good living, avers the Chicago News.

When we reflfot that we run "get.
rich-quick" men toward the penitenti-
ary and elevate franchism grabbers to
the rank of staterneft w" are tound to
admit that so, il distinctions are too
dellcart for us, say) the Pit'ltsburg Dis

ED1 ~ ii II 19 Rbii lto Ist vPejmread ix ~
Man t Is- f(iV''r t M'i. i gh t tIllket sm e-erm In
the. No-' w 't'rk uioway Iad tiloneof the-rn
ham bf-enfld ri venfto1 'inbrroltiery, Wtit;t fi
the Ii~o~trt i r~irtiwuIpt. Ile ham flit-
Inkisheit Ia NI rit lit h rot Is inow t -witaxode
on i tabe' ''' ll jtig tItepe- C& -ill
hiou ijr4.

AlPlit tttftirl" 'l rt u forI lWiM'1111t tweitty
years. Sit#-It' ver gim i ,. t) be'd.It ix
said I tiut Itt-ro HisnoIrlick nbijoit her
attitiud.' It Im vgue,i.straight tititber,
IMhv ro-pwlkii- 4It I"4Ie liP ggeoit fitittat she'
1filtqirned1111. liusiblit rout a jiril icenjttnf
eli. lit r's tIl~'it- 'iftoti Tritrtxtr Ihut.

Ali, thu "jor~aeii' il (;-rrntiau' In.
sti'aii 1i~f 1Ini old v vitiKg1,uIs rvittlorii t'iI I

only towe, ido' '.7 lio. apIs ~ i t* -' lijit th le

pll ja'h tg i.ol V11 %II I$ il fl

T ih i p iirv ,,)r.- t,;f i it tiiin t 14n )t to thi
Amerlfan puidili nI;iily conflifnr th irr
effort Iti on townI. Th'atrihal t'oin
panil-s of the first rank travel now
from one ptd of (tle lnvld to another
and there In not nn excptlon to this
rule. Ho the play that pleanes equally
everywhere Inust itave very untutial
qualities. The field was never no large
aa it il today for tlihe dramatist who
will base his play on the emotions of
love and hate, which are undersfiood
everywi.ere, eflonhiilde' the New Yo~-k

In the old dlavy of "wildcat" hank
Ing In the West it wit not uncommiion
for a keg of gold t lie nent by tnies.
smnger from tink to bank at night.
the routte that the examiner waN s
travel by (lay, stalks thn New York
world. A brave showing of "financial
stability" cold thiit I', made all
along the line. Yet ir-sflit the falln of assuming financial stro'nuth from
xhlbilts of gold. nolhitg els o I) |iilck.
ly quiets the fronsy ,of frightened de-
positors. A theatrical exhibition ol a
little actual money sprints to he the
aost co(nvlncing of argiiument

The political evils of war are almost
as weighty as the mniral, declaresm tihe
Atlantic Monthly. Proablily no govern.
ment In modern tirmei has hbeen ahin
to carry on a seriloutn i iitemt that hias
not been attended iAti extravagannce
and dishonesty; at any rate. the I'nltei
States has never been hle li ii do (o
FIrom the time that lthe w hilie'rn stif
feared needlessly at Valley F)rg on in
account of lineffloent l4iippilv ser.ivlfe
and dishonest contrac purchase of army transports niiil "emi
balmed" beef In WINI, lprobfitIn andi
peculation have invariably uitieitnied
our military operations,

The beauty of earth. except for somie
spots .that our sordid Industries have
rPavaged, has altered hut little Mince' the
days of Augustus and Perhiles. The
ams is Infinite still, silll Inviolate. The
forest, the plain, the harvest. the vil-
lages, rivers and streams, the moun-
tains, the dawa sad the evening, start
Iand the sky, vary am these all may ase
eording to climate and latitude, offer
ua.still the eawm spectacles of grandeur
4 teideadss, the same soft. pro.
Bad haimle.es, the same fairy.like
as of changlag complexity, that
gave to the Athenian citizens and
people of Rome. Nature remains
or less as it was; and besides,
S have grown more sensitive, and to.
car n admire more frely., declares
rice Maeterlinck ls the CritUo.

Florida State News.

t4I-4#^^%^% %AVW^

Potato Growers Disappointed.
All of the farmers at Hastings have
received returns from the produce
merchants of the north and west for
their po'.ato shipments, and the re-
suits are anything but satisfactory.
With but a very few exceptions, the
potato growers failed to realize the
actual cost of producing the crop, and
thie great majority of them are sadly
In debt. The crop was a large one,
estimated at from one hundred to
one hundred and twenty-five thousand
barrels. Hhlpping commenced the lat-
ter part of April, but before the first
week In May ht,'l explrod pri(e, I,-
gan to tumble, and before thhe middle
of the month potatoof, failed to n one. dollar a barrel, scarcely enroigh
to pay for the" digging and the bar-

ri!. l In io m camft4 the
md~r~hir~t &i-"*1. a. It #i

f4d 1 rLUAr

isrle'r:.i1 ni ,'nr i. I)miaK to u ie; irwvy'i4n
etatementits HhowirgK th.'t the sale-s dli'
I ot mno it the' freight anti ('ommlisuion.
I Ontn riztl .4t-nt forward ftfty six barrels.,
illt (I rcv'-lv for the whole lot. It is estimati1d
that one produce lime that furnish'edf
t +d aiind fertilizer to farmers opI-ri.
Ilig about flvv h tliundre( d ar.-r-H lorlt
filly $1S ,',', on thie H.ea orl I)IIHII'esS.
I ow pril 'c h itiijr'-'1 large and small
growers alike, and many have ri ot
only poor proslpers for planting n'xt
winter, but actually have nothing to
lio oint in Ctie meantlrne. A few will
lirdl It ne-cessary to give uIp for a
wihil'r innd go e'lsewhere..
Thie prin<,i,'al c'aif' of the e'xtrrint
Iv !ow prJi lfor IlI.-'tl d ni j 1 ra;oul; s 14 ;t.
tinh- iirg' utillunt of old p)otatot '; ill
aIll th' i.o -rl.et', which had l.ept ill
goodI oiillitlon through Ithe witil'r,
amntl d < il (ll tlh ouiigh t spring it
fr lll 1 f ( 'lltH to ) 21, (f Fnts It lail- 'l ..
'I 1' 1 i ni |r'r :ittry v.w is (I ri -,to) 1i Il
\, I | lli;'- 1 ': I ''' i n: I a i ll ; : 4 'H
|i i W I !,,1 i; '), '. .

Tampa'o Bonds Signed.
fiI.\"r t lSalollio s-tin of Tanl' i i it;,s
;illi'l ih It ,,ioinls for th ,e o irc'ha of f
ithe T' mi' iirnla flay hotel priopi rty, (le id..
Ing not to wait for the dlecisrln iof
Judgo Wall on thie iniilaniiitus sit l In
tstiltuted by the f it y coiinell to illre(t
the affxlntK of his sinnatiire to them.
Tho action of thle mayor remout'HM all
obstacles to tIhIe early (colnsltmimat ('.t
of the purchase of the property front
the Ocean and (uif RIealty company.
IIs present owners. Theae bond, to-
gether with those for the accomplish.
ment of extenslve sIlreet Improve.
meants andl seweraxe. (conirmplated ti
the board of public works, have' lie-n
Sent to New York for the, approval
i of the hobond experts. Messrs. Iluhhar r
S& Dillon. Thin will bie Imnimdlate "
Sforthromning without a ilotlit, a sall
SIhe, reiltiilre'itin(fitm siKg st-d i'l y I h ni
i havo he'r n fully I .

SAt their nme'ting at Atlantic ll'aeh
the I -'lorildu handlers cleara il ( the fllow-
'Itg1 omeers: I'rilidentf . W Iant ,,
.lacksonville; flrst vice' president. (;ePo.
1II. Monro.( of Q(ilney'; se-ond v,'y
i preiidtnt, ('Chas. II. ('arthalde of Mi
I ant; thilr'I lc l pr lu' lent, .I. A. (;rli
fit, of 'rant,,; fourth vice president,
F. I'. IForler of Hanford; fifth h vIce
presil:ient, ('. t'. ('hollar of Arcat'iis
txe'iuti e c ini ttllle,. A. Perry of
Jacksonville. Thoman a I., I)nham of
Jlackntiivlle., Jiohn T. DinimukeN of St.
Augustlne. FS H. ('rill of l'alatka. John
'r!(c of i'Inmp.i Ilyron II. lT rnett
was 'electeul in dflleg't of the Arnerl-
can Nnikers' Anso Mouroce iof ()ianR. alternate.

The UInllin ru'i!ir loAgall, which' is
llon voyage' l Wi anhii gtoni his putt
In at PI'enmauola harbor for the O pir
poiti of ofo'nKg Into the dry dock at
the nsvy y.ard The shtilp h1ns i( ,",
on a cruise' for several years, and
has not hlen in Ildock for over eigh-
tern mo tills. The IlnIl.. 1 vie'oC liStlli
paid an official call on tlhe commando
ant. and a salute was fired In his hon-
or. When the blg cruiser passed Fort
Barrancas the national salute of twen.

ty-one gitns was fired. When
)agoll leaves Pensacola she will
(cedl to Washington, where the
oern will pay their respects to
Italian amblasador.

Governor Vetoes Canal Bill.
Governor Broward -has vetoed the
bill recently passed by the legislature
granting an extension of time two
years for the completion of the water.
way between St. Augustine and Bisl
rayne bay, Manyv ho.t' 'lat the s;)vrr
nor's action In this matter Is In line
with the position maintained by the
Board of Trustees of the Internal Im-
provement fund that the legislature
has no right In deeding or granting
land to railways and canal companies.
This question' Is now before the
courts for adjudication, and until a do-.
elsion In reached, all land matters
will he ti'd up. It Is undl'rsoodl that
the action of the governor will not
interfere with the work of completing
this waterway, neither wil it Impair

its land grants If the o ir i dcl.'
against the trustee'e of thi.- internal im-

Summer Schools for Teachers.
liHo. \V. M. Calloway, state supr-
interldnrit of putile I litrurct'ion an-
thorized the- following tate'itrntt for
pimbleation in the Times I-'n.on:
"I'l l.lr the provision ofr the l irtk-
man law, ; he attorney geno'ral has
rt-n'lerel arin opinion to the ,.ffec* that
hi.er-after teachers' suturn'er training
Mehoolsx art hhe urilv'r'mity of the state oif Floriila. As
t:*- uinivterslty hats not b''ien ewtabiih-il
S-1,. and will not \ie until the board of
ron trol to be appolnteil bIy the gover.
inr, arling jointly with the sItane ioard
0tl' dIl'nltion, FpelC (ts thel place at whlir'h
this Irtla itti titon will bhi' nra't,I. nill (lItn-
;il rration of the '- .ni tri r Hi'- (! iI'"
t ;: v. 1!1 1 f ***,1."

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t' i 'ii| ,i ; t I Ir; iIt o' '' ,. o .. I ".
,,+ 1lIl' It.', ( jJ '< t i 4 :o (. : ;*, ri t ni i ':"
nl in h r' '., fr'i' lll; alll ( n".-].; to t!,;l
i1 rI al ] ":i ;1 ', acqlli an dr l m %
%ihine. Owksiand pleasure ronimt
A.t f,>.aki.nl lthe Hoe nl Florllda rtin
tit'r Iid Siupply company, with a ital s mo.k of $1(0,l(00,'ih" to rtinilf;r'-
tIti l. y, y, 'll anii (l'll In lurliber,
stlitne, iharlware and other oh ntildigll
miiterlials, furtners' sippli. etOc.

Thero was niuch excitement In Ti-
tusville+, a few days ago when it was
learned that the convict, Henry Wil-
llams, better known as "99." had t,'r;
killed by officers attempting hii. ar-
rest. Williams ruado his escape frorn
thie guards at Pritchett & Co.'s tur
pentilnte c:tnp at )Delesping over aP
week ago, indI has been terrorizing the
.t>innm;iitlty by lireaking Into lonIta's a
night, and then taking to tfie swarniis
A rnuctling of H:Itzeins was he'ldt
few anys ago In Mayo for the purp(::i-
of organizing a bank, and resulted
in perfecting the organization of the
Citizens' flank of Mayo, with a capital
stock of $15,1.00, with J. Lee Ensign,
as president; John J. Dees, vice prer.
Ident, and C. W. Sweet, cashier. The
charter wI:l Ihe applied for at onc ,
and the officers hope to be able to
(coinmence business within sixty or
ninety days.

Immense sea turtles are' being
found on the beach near Miami. to-
gether with nests of eggs. A party
made an excursion to the vicinity of
the House of Refuge and turned a big
turtle and discovered a nest contain-
Ing two hundred eggs." The next frill
mo'.n will result In the capture of a
large tiliMber f the se valued aco.-,so
rlcA to tI hotisekeepers' list of sum-
m ,er dishes .

tlailwl:'s covering exports from
Pensacola for the month of May hate
Just heen compiled by the local cue-
tom house oflcial.. and show a good
increase over any month for tbe ipat
six months. The total valuation was
$1,464.477. Cotton formed the major
portion of the shipments, there being

the 19.944 bales exported, most of which
pro- went to England.
of- --
the After all Putnam county will not

be favored with the summer normal
school, a. a telegram was received by

After nineteen hours of deliberation Professor Hlmes at Palatka from. Su-
the jury In the case at Jacksonvlle perlntendent Holloway stating that un-
of Jake Bradford. the negro charged der the provisions of the Backman
with the murder of John Plummert, law, Attorney General E11is decided
was unable to agree, and was dis. **t.t StluA "' sI,'h.-1,'' -' o.lly %i- c-tn-
charged and a mistrial was entered. ducted at the University of the State
This was the second trial of Jake of Florida to bt established.
Bradford on this charge. He was
tried last January and convicted of In the white prlinary election for
murder in the first degree, but was mayor of Jacksonville, George M.
granted a new trial. Now that the Nolan. tooe prejent mayor, received a
jury In the second trial has disagreed, majority of thirty-seven votes over
there will have to be another trial of his opponent, Wiley 0. Toomer. Both
the case, but It Is not known when fen ran on municipal ownership plat.
the third trial will be held. forms.

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Dealer in Hardware, Stoves, Tinware, Wagons

Carriages and all Kinds of Agricultural Implements,

Sugar Mille and Kettles, Mill and Plumbers' Sup-

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fancy gable ornaments and turned and scroll work of every descrip-
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All orders will receive prompt
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S Aumblyman TlgIhe' letter should
be read bu every brati worker lead-
ing a strenuous Iife.
Hon. John Tighe. No. 99 Remscn St.,
Cohoes, N. Y.. Member of Assemblv front
the Fourth District, Albany County, N.
Y., writes as follows:
"Peruna has< nmy hearty indorsement a4
restorative tonic of superior nmerit. At
times when I have been completely broken
down from excess of work, so that myv
faculties seened nwtually at a staiid-till,
Peruna has acted us a h'ILling ri-torer.
starting the machinery of mind and body
airesh with new life and energy.
"I recommend it to a man tired ii mind
and body as a tonic ,upl rior to ainytliiin
I know of andt Ae.l worthy serious cuisid-
eration."---J. Tighe.
Excess of wAork, so commonn in our coun-
try, caUse impiirtierc.i tirv',. lt'nhriit I t-(;t-
tarrh and catairrhlal tiervoiests-< a dalit
that is responsible for ihail of all neriouis
PPerunag cures this trouble because it cures
catarrh wherever ia tired.
If you dlo not ti rtive prompt and satiz-
factorv results ftoin tit, u e ot 'erui nai,
write at orie, to I)r. II.rtni.i:, i\ ini ,t fiiil
statement of your .a,.. awlt he \%ill \ie
pleased to give yu iis \diu,,b.e idt.i e
Address Dr. t1 rtriiin. PtYTiident of The
flartmaji .nitarnii. (o'-lunthjuti. 0.

"During my six weeks' absence,"
a tld the proprietor of a rental agen-
cy, "I left my wito In, ~argo of the
office, and s'he didn't rent a single
tuse In all that time."
""Well, that jibta well with the otur-
Vnal fitness of things," rejoined his
friend, the attorney. "A woman is
naturally a housekeeper, not a ouas
reater."-Detroit tribunee.

Wlggins-I understand, sir, that
Jou said I was a fool.
Hlgglns-Well, I'm glad to know
that you are capable of understand-
lag omethln&-Chicago News,

FITS rermanauntlv'nred. Noittor p rvo'rt.
ssutertrlx. da' iw of Dr. Klitie,' r-,*
.Ner4Te torer, Itrtlbot le andtr rttle frit
^ r. i]. 4. K,,r iv.. T~td..'*li Aro i '. P.illli.. I' i.
Andrl now George Mc.'ed.th n.ica u i I an
ode to ibtc ('ir.
T.04104 Cot" wosr 411,0
Ono *sI. s tills.- tifter upii Atlen't< Fow'.
1."f"sa 1 tjwitr. 1 I maie't It tvo or nutw sIit'i
ea311y. (C re,4 %\ollea, hI '.)-, v s trvn, t'iin
Jre t. Il ri'.> n tile. ,**n h I ,i, lh iki ,il '. \
all lrai'.'uzri't.- n l s( i st e r . lon'' '.
eept ntiy Ilit4litIrte. ri. tlr, ; /< a "'.'ilri 1',
niall. Al Ire-,' Al'ei ,. *'',ll, l. I ,l ;:., N. .
1 ,.r:e's I kl : .tr l l:a ,l ~l .'*,*. :. t =
Mrs. .tla to) ir"'..-o mii ."i-i yr ip r etiltlirm-t
tlettla'.',4o tI tU tile i tiisd, rediot I ularnu in t-
Uon,uiLays *atol.a 'ir.*-. wil 'olnI '.').:st .tiu".
li)anj. i. tti:. gre.>t .I.paiue*se I tr. ilan. ,
&l..) a 1iV.-t kilful Il.ti t '.
d no':,.'.ieve i 's 'i i um' Ior i 'on1in'-o.
ticnalzasue uat ltoi o.e'mugusiuleolds. -Jonq
.tL.ota., L'ri itv rilitn ". intd. t' ,. l, 10) C.
Tl:ere re i n a' i :' i .y t '' i .;
T l:rvit< ir i 11 t .' li' t Vl kCii t I I ,,li" .,'(

SAA PhrmWr' I'h.vatclan.
J. T. porter, )Kaltb oeuunty. write. Air.
remote from mundl',Il aid. but I havr a phy-
siolan ever with mre to e'enrek ,iiltdln at-
taeks of the bowel' in ke-l'ping I)r. l11g,'T-rW"
Huckl'tle-rry ('ordial. Simply tm-nts them all.
.\ 8old by all Jiruggists, 25 aiud W'. buttlo.

Vireless tclegrapl'y is to le installell in

**My Mboe bek4 e a sesear twenhllto easae*
4 |oe tie le tsee t .Se o y oea nasi" 4~eoe d asMr
"elttf sel" bh eI litsli yoer Caora"er. Slate
be ba- bell talking Cae ehee b sover bad
lbe bedasohe. Thy hlve costly er re4 him.
Oea ***** what gro oomeaod them to do. I

i g C"T g uyles sA

MN F-Il g 1h00t Wubi hl

41e 6 4 M e te m ,ts- -A d-es A we
was(0v 0s.. L-mswi.. Kg.

S GAS A!)- T ... 7


Citisas of Lar1 Cities ay it i,

New York, Jcne 12.-In the recent
agitation here about the prike of gas,
the demand for lower rates was sup-
ported by the argusuent that very resi-
dent is as dependent upor a supply of
gns as upon a supply of good watet.
It has come to pass that the day Ina-
borer uses gas ais his only fuel fur
cooking. because of economy, and the
rich man uses aus on account of Its
convenience. Gas for lighting, with
modern Improvementa In burner, is
cheaper, better and more imtlisfactory
than any other kind of light. Gas
sells at $1.00 per thousand culbi' feet
in large cities., nd from tlint to as high
ans 3.0 itn itialletr tOWhviu.
The consumer of gass in the country
rses Acetyleneo (p"oniotn,';'id :-set-a-
lenoi,. ind 'achIli us tr akess h ovl.'u gas
I and i, iildepolideliit of (ias 4111 l electric c
C(oirt p i ies. A"'. yl,;o is a ii.orn' per-
fect illuinil:;llt e1';::1 tlhi g;!s s.old by1
the bil g ;a cF :nip.:ui ie ll tihet thle 'ast to tl' !i.'l:.t .' i: tboult
the equivallt of fily g,4-1 ; :I..! (ents
S per thol'.n i ;.I.l
Aeoty.pene Is thi'10 moiti 'n ;a',i;'ii
S light, the l.ate-t :;i'.!itiin to 11, I rl''an
involllit i Al th;;t l...ve o l u)'Olio d ( i:y nve-

T'li' light fr'm:n :II :<'ety!rlriiw flan is
soft, st(adl:. :iil .lr; : nt, eril in quail-
Ity i. only rivaild blty the sun's rays.
If iv.iater all and silild i tt'r',.l known as
ll(':iltuiti (C; ll.I .l Iro larebro lht into ,'on-
tact. thli iinirm,'i:ihe result is the 'wail;-
ing of this woilderful gns. Tl'l llll ge ra-
lio n of a;.'-tyvhl is so siompke that ex-
p"ri(e'ti or e('veni' ; !> 'ratilts Is not ine'osv '
scary :to n1iklwe It. If It is tlsired to,
l.::i!r it fo" l- '; l liilhtiliz, iiand \itY
li ] it for iniindloli;il<> u,-. thi' :i a.s1 .al
lii; tliiill l l a "Acriyle itit i. r; l'
l i< <- l > d 'l T r < I re M ( i:iny r'I'~
It I' ii il l r 1s a inlh r l '. i -, : l .% ,ll-
I,' : -. I i' r. i'li<'e th is .:i.s i, li. -
lri; l i : i 111 iliA thl;'' ;ron iot
I|: '| lnS" '. .'11,!i i t; tire c ll :i :' ld
tlv !, iin li, -i lii 'r .1 ;c i iiin;ry
C., :- .''. Is tll ( ity ...ti--
f:i !-rv I:: I-li ht!i: i- i atct !
h' f ei a. :u i < i i':lta e.; ii'

r!it c'.1 r u '"l is.


Cvangelist Working Way to Mcxice
Cast Away In a Storm.
The Rev. J. M. Jnanson, an e-vange
list, who is conducting a serial's of
union Gospel nietings In Laredo,
Texas, recently had to undergo some
of the experienoess of the Biblical
I onah, but the whale did not come
to wallow him. Mr. Johnson is a
young man who was admitted to the
ministry a 'ew yuars ago, and wasI
pastor of 'the First Congregational
Church of Lake Charles, La.
A few weeks ago he was ninpr-ssed
with the belief that lie was call>hd to
preach tl.e Gospel to the poIuir people
;f t Mexico. lie wa:i wil, mitl m ey, I
.k, lie shipped as cook on a lisiiingI
l-vsel, bound for thne ret snap!)--
banks of Tampico, Mexico.
The fishing fleet had gine about
?'oI0 iules whi n a violent sto-in arose.
Mr. Johnson then made it known that
he was a minister and wen;: a:.ong
the crew, trylit to quiet their fears.
The motley lot, filled with superstl-
tion, raise the cry tlat the cook
was the hoodoo of the whole f.e.t it
was re~ olved 'ta: he vhou l be cast
overboard. His pleadings, however,
resulted In th, i; placing him in a
small boat to rt: It In tc:'r tic sea.
lie wa.< picket up by another boat,
but hset adrilt again, with no food or
For three days t:' was at the mercy
of the seas. H. prayed and wept ny
t:rni. Great bII'wa rolled over the
Iioat. On the eveningg of the third
day he was picke.l up by a fishing
yawl homeward bound for Rockport,
Texas. lie was almost unconscious.
After recupTerating at Lockport he
canti to Laredo. His revival meet-
ings here arm- largiely attended, anta
he has made many conversilons He
Sa;v that h* Is stlii determined o10
enter the Mex.can flolt.-Ihew Yora

Another is that of an Irish girl,

guilty of stealing some handkerchief.
Convicted a second time for a similar
offense, she received thirty-nine lash -
es on the bare back.-New Yocrk

Many Versions of Common Name.
A German resident la Portugal.
whose patronymic Is Rchmits. or our
famous Engllish Stmith, has been writ-
lan home to Colotne oomplanlnln of
the spelling of his name adopted by
iarlous Portuguese eo6rrespodeoats.
Here are a few of them: 8mbytis,
clmiths, Xemlite, Chemitli and BCebo

Oldbeau-I thought you mlght be
Ia love with her.
Jack Robiason-W'hat made yo"
. tik so?
Oldbeai-Wby. you're young sd
soe'sa rttty.-Harper's BDar.

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Retiring Secretary of Navy Chcsen
to Adjust Equitable Row.


Alexander, Hyde, Wilson and McIntyre
Sever Connection With Society.
Hyde Also Sells Stock.

A New York dispatch says: Paul
Morton, w'.o 'retnir's front thel secre-
taryship of the navy on hJuly 1, has
been ele'ct'd chalilriiin of thie board
of directors of the lEui itileh Life As.
surtnce Society. His helecion marks
the first and most lniior:anit step in
the reorng:iiiztion oft le .soclt;y, and
was follIod,\'td by tlihe tcn li r of the
rcsignaton)a. of i'r''silent .lIn S W.V.
Ahl\andflr, Vice 'Prnsiil'n i Hydc, Sce.
on(d \'c r 1'i'sideint T',ar ll, Thlird
\ e' l'rv'-ident W\'ilson .ailid Fo rl'th
Vi(' lr> :,I'i:t M clntyrc.
T'1he ie Iie'. v ha!i;ir an tol frtil'h r qquote
Se'n:l'l ,- I; pl- (;. iel iot lll it'llt (to
't 1 '- lh'i 1' li hl, li' l a 1 riv il ros.
il;\ h\e a n\\s thm te \oul have
: t "I'r 'o ieia ;li to niri i 'I and
M.1r. llvi'. "i ivestod" hiinsl.if of the
miajorily (,iiitrol, liit as made cli'a.
in his l,-tt r to the board, ictains a
sitbstant ii interest in the society.
All of lrhe resignations submitted
to t!:c mne'I'lag arve subject to the
pleasure of C('hairman Morton and none
have yet l.evn accepted.
Just what action Mr. Morton will
take as to these resignations was
not disclosed, but it was strongly
Iritimated that President Alexander
and Vice Presldents Tarbell. Wilson
and Mclntyr(e retired with the belief
that the.i.r executive relati-ns with
the Fquitnble had ended.
The Interests to which Mr. Hyde
disposed cf hls stock numl)er Home
two scor ludividutials. led by Thomas
F. Ryan, vl('e president of thli Mor-
ton Trust company, which has close
relations v.-ith the Mutual Life Insur-
ance company, one of the Equitable
Society's principal rivals.


Admirel end Mee areeLaed for Brevery.
A Remarkable ecsment.
Emperor Nicholas has cabled the
following message to Admiral Itojeit-
"From miy heart I tbank you and all-
the officers of the Squadron who have
so honorably done their duty for your
unselfish work for Russia and for me.
By the wil' of the Almighty success
was not destined to crown your ein-
deavors, lout your 'boundless bravery
will alway.v be a source of pr.do to
the country I wish you a speeay
recovery. May God console you all.
The poeullar wording of the mes-
Sage is attracting attention. The re-
striction of the emperor's thanks to
those honorably doing their duty Is
fanning the ugly talk regarding the
surrender and the conduct of some
of the crews. The messages of Ad-
mlral Enqulst and Captain Chagln, of
the Russian cruiser Almas, did not
contain any Intimation of misbeha-
vior on the part of the officers or


Aoiesst Chief eo re ofI Seetiotko
Suspeeded at Ow0 Reieeset.
At his own request, E. 8. Holmes,
Jr., assistant chief of the bureau of
statistics, department of agriculture.
at Washington, and acting heblef in the
absence of Mr. Hyde, has been sus-
pended, pending the Investigation
which is now being made of the
charges of "leakage" made by the

"outherb Cotton AseocaitloB.
Holmes is by no meas worried by I
the Investgstlon, but. on the co.
trary, treats it as more or les of *
joke, and is quite cofident that it
will completely exoersate himl


Is Expressed On all Sides Or His
Shrewd Diplomacy in Peace
A St. Petersburg dispatch sayi: The
text of President Roosevelt's personal
appeal to the sovereighs of the war-
ring countries to arrange a meeting
of the plenipotentiaries for the pur.
pore of agreeing on terms of peace,
which arrived Saturday morning, rent
the vtOl, and for the skeptics at St.
Petersburg who refused to believe
President Roosevelt's efforts to bring
tie belligerents together could sue.
ceed, it came like a bomb shell. Press.
Ideni. Roosevelt's "sole purpose to
bring about a meeting" has been
achieved and now it is merely a
question of whether the results will
be the peace for which the whole
civilized world will pray."
It is a diplomatic triumph of the
first magnitude and the diplomnatr,
could make no attempt to conceal
their admiration of the new world
brand of diplomacy which acts while
the remainder of the world thinks.
A London dispatch says: The keel
est Interest is manifested in President
Rloosevelt's note endeavoring to bring
Japan alnd Russia to an understani.-
ing. While thit lritish government
is not takhig any active part in the
nogotlations, it Is giving the most
cordial sinpiport to the presldet~, of
whose actions In tho matter it has
bh'on kept fully informed. Diplomatic
and official circles speak In the high-
est terms of the diplomatic manner
in which the president handled the
matter and fully accord with what
they considered to be the only way
In which the difficulty could be over-
come. The United States, not being
Involved In any way, could take ac.
tion, but even they could do no more
than endeavor to start direct negotia-
tions between the belligerents.
A special from Paris is as follows:
President Roosevelt's success in open-
Ing a way for peace negotiations be-
tween Russia and Japan is the ab-
sorbing theme and France has forgot-
ten her own troubles with Germany
over Morocco to join In enthusiastic
approval of the American Initial. Por
traits of President Roosevelt, Ambas-
Pador Meyer, Minister Takahlra and
Ambassador Cassini appear In all the
journals, with plktur'es of the white
house as the scene of the historic ori-
gin of the peace movement.
Without exception, comment on
President Roosevelt's action is favor-
able with the expression of a slight
sense of disappointment that France,
as the ally cf Russia, has not taken
a more prominent part In effecting th.e
Baron Rosen, the new Russian am-
bassador to the United States, who ar-
rived In Paris Saturday night, on his
way to Washington, and 'whose name
Is mentioned as the probable Russian
peace plenipotentiary, said:
"I have arranged to sall for the
United States Juno 28 with my fam-
ily. In the meantime I am renewing
acqualntsnces here.
"I observed In the press the ube
of my name as the probable peace
plenipotentiary, but that wholly Is
without my authority or knowledge."
Beyond this Baron Rosen would not
dlscuis the question of peace or war
or the part he might take in the ne-
gotiations. The departure of the am.
bassador from 8t. Petersburg appears
to have been before Russia reached
final determination to accept the
American proposition. Should he be
delegated to act as plenipotentiary it
will be a month before be arrives it


iallater Griscem Seee Arie Picked B -m
Meschuri, Siele e.
Minister Oriscom at Toklo has sent
m letter to the state department say-
Ing that he has forwarded to the
department for the president and See-
retary Taft, arms that were picked up
on the battle fields of Manchuria.
Thee arms art both Japanese and
Rutseoa, uad laele riles, bayonets.
swords and eartridge shell. Two ri-
les sad bayoetas amre from Port Ar*-

thur sad were red is tae olog and
defeame of *hat stroaMold.





Fresh Meats.






Practical Plumbing.

Tin Work of All Kinds.




Ce nreames S1ilesee lTeka o "LOea"
Charge AgeltA90speprtameeL
A Washington dispatch says: At
the request of Secretary Willson. Con-i
pressman Burleson of Texas calibd
at the department of agriculture Wed.,
nesday morning and had a two hours'
conference with the secretary and A.
8. Holmes. acting chief of the bureau
of statistics, in the absence of Chief
It sl supposed that the allegations
,of the Southern Cotton Associatioa.
concerning a leak In the bureau of
statistics estimates was the topic dis-
cussed by Mr. Burleson and the de-
partment officials, but the former had
nothing to say on this point when he
left the department. As a member of
the house committee on agriculture,
he has kept in very close touch with
statistical matters and others affect-
ing the cotton growers of the south.
and it Is supposed the secretary wish-
ed to get his views on certain potits.
"I will have to have more evidence
than has yet been even Indicated to
believe in the possibiliUty of leaks
from the bureau of statistics," said
Mr. Burleaon, after the conference.
Purthbr than thIn he would not dis-
cuss that particular phase of the sub-
Jert. but he talked freely concerning
the efforts of the Southern Cotton
Asoclation to show that the bureau's
acreage and condlUon estimates were
Inaccurate and favored the bear spec*
"Personally," said Mr. Burleson, "I
expected that the bureau acreage es-
timate would show a greater reduc-
lion than 11.4 per cent. I looked f4'
something between 13 and 15 per
cent. However. It is plain to me that
both the acreage and condition esti-
mates as they stan dare bullish. This
being the case, agitation set on foot
by the Southern Cotton Association
la 111 timed and calculated to result
nl harm to the farmer rather than la
benefit, since the effect of It is te
create the Impression that the bureau
estimates are bearish and force lower


to Milic War dMtil ickee Mei*e
Ilit Attackl es Skilimert.
A Baltimore dispatch says: Adl-
ral Dickins did the unexpected thiag
by making an early morntg attack
on Fort Howard and the other local
fortifications and the battlehblp Teax-
as, a cruiser and three torpedo de.
stroyers were theoretically blows oat -
of the water by the artiller.voa sta.
toned at Fort Howard.



Nervous Women

Their Sufferinge Are Usually
Due to Uterine Disordere
Perhaps Unsuspected


Can we dispute
the well-known
Sfa't th atA rin'an
womenJ Iare ner
Sllw nfter n dowe
hepar the expre-
sion, "I asonem'r-
V f vs, it .'4fmsal u if
I should lyv ; or.
DoJn't s'ak to
me" little Ir thinK's
anintoy Vyu and
smke you irritable; you can't aleec
you are unable to quietly and calmly
perform your daily tuhka or care for
your children.
The relation of the nerves and igenn-
erative orgtran in wome in so i 1P.
that niei-tenths of the tnervouis ,prop
tratiron, nerve d.ebility'v, the blunt's,
slee'pllfr: ia atid rli rv(os l rritafbility
arise from aiTlne 'tfvrarinernt of the
irganetrm whIich makes her a woman
Fits of ,ehprn-wion or re t lep.Tine.s riai l
Irritability. Npiritie.a ily aff,,,ted.,soh
that one niinrttelm she, strllm .t the y ia'xt
minute weeps. I'aii ifriitheni a vareandl
between the shouder, Lo of vi'e;
arrvotinI dyslwp~sia. A tAI.n tif-r( to ry
at thi leasllt provei,.nti,,n. All thij pinztsI
to nervous prr strat inon.
Nothing will relieve th l distre.sing
oradition arid proevett mot no ,tf prlnn'
traetin and n nff. r1ngJ a'w lyremy i I,.1 (tinr
l'inkharra'm Ve'getanble ( ompnlouid.
Mrs. M E. fhotwell, oif 103o Fulatmbush
Avenue, Brooklyn, N. Y., write s:
"I cannot ex pre th wonderful relirf I
haves erle.el toy taking Lydia VE 'ink.
1UU VcgltahbleCompau1,a. I op fun r4n fJr
a o time with ervuteiim jrottrtlf. harky
eduse, heaashe, low of apleitte. I ve hI
StO sla p and would walk te floor alioiat
Id d irht.
Wh oul thridtctorsand goiat nol tter, aind
If11 wase a burden. I wafiviewl to tr
LydiaX K. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound,
eid h bas worked wondern for me.
"I sam a well woman, my nervousneml in all
gags and my friends say I look ten years
Will not the volumes of letters from
women made strong by Lvydi E Pi"nk-
mas's Vegetable compound d e,,nviavve e
el women of its virtues? Mhurely you
,saot wish to remain sick and weauk
sad diseourargedd a xnhanuated each d ty.
when you ai, hbe as eaily oured as
other women.

RqIlttrl R so 1 .r.illt1ea.
Tettifying before the Fenate orom.
mittre, at Washington, Interstate Corn.
rnorce roommis.ioner Pronty anid In
lltfiniqslig the proposition to give that
rominmllon the power to regulate rail-
way rntev:
"I filtik the rallwnyi 'houldl mmke
flirr own rate. I think *hey should
eo anllowpd to dervloip their own busl-
iens. rI hnve never ndlrnfntr'd' nny
Invw, nlt I annI not liow In favor rof nny
Inw. vilI'h would puit ithe rntc making
jower Ilito flip linanl of any comnmls-
nion or anyv roirt. Whill It many be
yrio..en-try to do tlint moinm time, while
that In Nlone In some Staten at the
pro-'oi.t tIme, while. It is done In some
conlttries. I rm opposed to It, The
rnilhvay rat, Is property. It is nil the
properly that the rnilwny Iias (got. The
rest of Its property is not goool for
nnythilng unless It enn rlharge a rate.
Now it lhas nlwaysn senmeid to me that
wlhori a rate wan flxe'l If that rate was
aln tiureasoinhblora rate. it drprives the
rallrondl 'oimnpmny of Its propr'rty pro
tarito. It Is not iprcemnAry that you
shilioiil <'ioiulsento tihe property of a
rallrid: It It oinot ntuer' 'nry that you
thiiIl any that it shall not re n thra f
per 'rit,. or four p',r 'u':t. WIV In 3 t11
put in n rati, thot 1is iiln'r-rnitly lin-
r,.,la,,n l J yo, y I mi 0 li -, .l<[riv dl l that
f"c0 0IpnI y of It rI';6 '. fF i' prl''I 'rty,
Al111 thsn (';I' 1it (',clrt of tHiP 'r ttdt>
ltilt- IIn .jirisilfl iinein miIl'r tli four-
to'iitll i n:iiir-n iii'r int to r tpr.ir flint. I
aVInV1 lifooknd aft thli- e(' ,scs :1 great
Oniny tulu'es, and I e'nn only ,conep to the
iril iniloont that a railroad r'ouipnany is
rnt itlid to charge it fair an d ri i ninhle
rani', flln If any order of a omnrnilslion,
If a y statute' of an tate pLeislature,
takrn away that rate-, the liforteenth
nr iideninliet protects the railway conm-

A salm n on wh(h hlish the spots
aro' In lie shape of a sIhcynrenk was
*aught in Ireland the other rlay.
('uresa eemam. Itlhing Humors.
i spftlaliy for old, ehronti canes take
J,,ianl is luod Ialm. It Fives a healthy
lo,lod supply to the affected parts, heals all
tlie sor s eruption sCabs, scale; stops the
awful ltsehlnig ad hurting of easema, swell.
ln1t., suppurating, watery sores, eto. Drug.
IlSto 1i$rr laire bottle, 8 b ottles *2.O, 6
bottle" S.OO, express prepaid. "amelo p rn
and prepaid by writing Blood Balm Co., At-
lanta (Ja. Desorbe trouble and tree media.
!ael a4vi 8**ast In sealed letter.
Cadets at West Point and Annapolis are
to be taught jiu-jitau.

IHarrie-Money isn't everything it.
this world, I am tell you that, my
Harrs, Jr.-You think so, dad, be-
cause you had to work for your mon-
,-y. If you were in my place, and
iad4 money that you didn't have to
wear yourIelf out to get, you
wouldn't be so blamed cynical."-

Miss Askerman-Mr. Nuptal, the
wildwer, has been married twelve
Ml1ss Hoponter-Why don't he mar-
ry again?
Miss Askerman--Probably he is sup-
ertitious.-Woman's Home Compan-

"Of course, some'.mna Its hard to
nay 'no.' Don't you tr.;I It .o?" the
charity worker a.,-5-d of the g-eat
"it ifn t hard to Kay 'no,' t.e replied,
"but freiqu.'nty it .' 'nm very har
to say it in nuch a way as tu make
pe-ople realize that you mean it."-

IE',nH rI E. IL.'ri',, ,,f 77,1 Twntleth
tr IIv tii'. tl'k| .t s 'ill' r iI tile' I 'lion sil t-
tlon, Dlin ivr, Col., ;*ly oi: "You are at
illi'lty to rcpt'- t iihait I
fir-t strate4l t hro iilh olour
l never pIper, .'. about
l)>iii4' f KIiilen y I I;s i IIIh
isuinie'r of 1r t fr'or I liiave
hati no r.iinon lin the In-
terlin to change illy lon of thl, r(enio~ly. I was
sultb0j 't to ( s ve'r# attacks
of baekai-l ', always ag-
graviated if I Nat lmg at
a d-'ik. Ioani'si Khllney
l'ills ab IKolutely stopped
liy ibacklc'liP. I hlive
nevf'r had n paiin' or a
twinge sinclle.
Fostvr-M l burn ('o., B!iffalo, N. Y.
For sale by all druggists. Price 50
ceuts per box.

"And what do you think of ou'
beautifaU city?" asked the C'hilagl )
"Your beautiful city," yawned the
young man from New York, "remnir .z
me of a burMted Tho. Chicago girl looked dagg'r.s
bayonets and hatpins.
"What?" she flashcil. "Oil" -it.y re-
minds you of a busted drum.' Why
po, 'tlr?"
"IDeaiidv i It can't be beaten."


Let Common Sense Decide

Do you honestly believe, that coffee sold loose (in bulk), exposed
to dust, gernis und insects, passing
through many hands (some of
them not over-clean), "blended,"
you don't know how or by whom,
i4 fit for your use? Of course you
$ .do. ] But

Is another story. The green
berries, selected by keen
judges at the plantation, are
sidIllully roasted at our fac-
torle*," where precautions you
iS would not dream of are taken
to secure perfect cleanlUnes,
C flavor, strength and unllormity.
from the time the coffee leave*
the factory no hand touches it till
it is opened in your kitchen.
Millions of American Homes welcome LION COFFEE daily.
There is no stronger.proof of merit than continued and increas-
ing popularity. "Quality survives all opposition."
(Sold only in 1 lb. packages. Lion-head on every package.)
(Save your Lion-heads for valuable premiums.)
WOOLSON SPICE CO., Toledo, Ohio.
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Bayonete as Fire irons.
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'very man andi woman poked his or
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stores of the French army. and used
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ilons. layonets are also becoming
ftahihonalile as pokers In this country,
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Monday tra for attaoga, Tenn., quicKly subdued. Mr. F. C. Gilmore has completed the
LouisvlUeKy., and other points of in- The re is supposed to have b handsome and convenient new two-
teret. hey will all attend the Con- started from a spark left in the kitchs story building on the lot west of his
federate reunion. the night before, and was discoverWd home and the same is now occupied by
Saturday afternoon, June 83, a very by the servantwhocomesy the Governor's Private Secretary, Mr.
etveSrnmnentgwtogivenh t tht fi Chas. H. Dickinson. Memrs. Gilmore
e ntertainemtbyeday t ore wcook, and he immediately turned & Davis are now erecting a nice new
the terS of the Confederacy n te lar residence for Mr. W. D ion on the

fri ^ ^ ^^. 1bhmvlt b h the'ast t n a
the rinemof Mrs. Clifton Gwynn. The oieowas very small and fully lot ot oMr S .hi end S. Wlsoote

daughtang beenanone Mr. aou6tod f sa ditritUherw kistch nt C Tea setUrsiver
SThe oc ion was in honor of Jefferon er d J. B. WhAytheil's boe irancelt. mio s ehsh enansastporte
Dli5 ktdr. uie y On Moniday afternoon ahout & o'clock bidn frD.Mour me door south of

lherea eo rmas e wya s *.re Pthat waste found on e wa oon p*f01 box the Western Union Te egph office onh
enjye b al Rf 0s1ts e Wre 13. This time the fire proved to be the F~ XXMonro street.
.-rvd epinof i cof poper wastePbehindthe a a Min Mary Shuta returned Tuesday
The emet o CL. LMurraypnlnting sallhst. on Tedyat

Sae i ltom f[keCtysfa .45oclock still another Alarm was from Chattanooga, Tna., where student
e med h h beenmannounped. Mr.hoe r om sca boh. kitc hobee teaching at the Graot Uuiver-
- 0a m if VsweWmMQWm if this citY, roof of' Judge J. B. WhItfield's house ety. Mies Shusami is a graduate of the
the Florida. State Coll~ege&" had the dia-
whbere bhe 'in ay V0815 empkhilewas found an*% boot s soon put out, Untion of having t~ined the highest
0110 smof private eeeuiNT f of O. with preetically no damage.
WomA. He-nderm-. His hcmi of frIemis examination average that any student
here wish him many yeaa of happl- Call Phone 41 or see G. H. Averltt Alm Florda cosege has so far at-
ness. for cheap hauling and teams. amed.


Physkia mE

A hw wa m. Wedilaelw04as.1 0&r*to M> ipsTen.
'flw-o TT,-- ThewedtwMeb was solemaId at (St. Agstiae RecoTd, June 7.)
j-t 4r ChN nwn 11 Far4abuc ik Trinity M eof happy to
IS aftmenom at o'clock Of Mio LD s manvin old t. Augustine = to
pumUI SuMT VIDAY Q mmaA Harriet 5 Clrke.dsghter of Mr. and others, who, tboghb far away, still eall
S' Mrs-WNmCark of this city, ad t home, was this afternoon the soen
LCAL Am M uPuSNAL. Mr. Haywada I Tof Taha of perhaps the most brilliant wedding
wa one me oft d oNwitGem- ever solemnied within its walls.
Mr. E.S Bhutan rtuermed home from lhhmdtime. The chane)e of the At half-pst three o'clock Joseph Reed
York city Saturday 1a2L. bh beb tu dconte d Foaster of Tal lhase" adjutant-seneral
with tail .fam and m 61md goldsheart- of the Florida State Troops led to the
T. G. Rawla Is 'I 4 i-tto aeddaiie fad omedan. acanting altar Kim Agnes- Winifred Youngof
T.Holmes iD. KoYmm isettingicffr the w-u -y Prompt- this city, daughter of Captain Wi llam
Judge0. P. Raney retw ndthis week wy at the hour P *train of
from a businatrip to mthompoints. L bhapL march, Played Pr many weeks society has been
New lot of umbrellas and parasols on the organ by Pref. iohn Meyer, anxiouslv awatint this very interest-
cheap at van. om ale byMr. Thomas Elmore on ing event. Loig before the hour set
Mr. -Md. Mannng, c Mto KAW11j- psa thtM and e y hed fortjceremony, invited guests ar-
Leon county, was a recent vietorw in o'clock cS-"* P led rived at the chuilch and when three
the city. y the s Messs. J. Gibmoro o'clock came the building wae corn-
SM hand willisa.Gerow of Jack- pletely filled with friends of the bride
Min Olive Ulmer, of Monticello, w a svlle, an Arthur Randolrph and W. i goom.
in Tallahasseethis week on a visit toN. Sheath, of Talh Follow Under thsupervision of Miss Ber-
Miss Beesie Saxon. thoe came the lad of honor, the nice Frazer, the church had been beau.
Dr. Mannin, of Jackomville was pretty littlesisterof the bride Miss tifully decorated, the color schemeof
the gueat of Mr. and Mrs. deorge Marian Clarke. dressed in a Aainty green and white being effectively car-
Lewis this week. irlish costume of white net and carry- ried out by a proftiton of white olean-
Embroidery greatly reduced next Ing pink bridal roses. Mrs. Willis denrs, magnolias and Spanish bayonet
week at Evans. Gerow, the matron of honor, came blossoms caught up with festoons of
Mrs. Theodore Turnbull and Mis next, looking very young and lovely in bamboo vine.
Mrs. Theodore Turnbull and Miss ^ v y ~ d !y"^^ i<,.
Lloyd Turnbull have been the guests of a charming white net gown that was Prior to the ceremony. Mrs. Law-
Mrs. A. L. Bond this week. exceedinly becoi. She carried a rence Canflekld, organist for the Memo-
'of beautiful boquetofpink roses. The rial Church choir, of which the bride
Mr. and Mrs. bamon Edmondson,of cushion bearer, little James M. Baker, has been a member for some time.
Brooklyn, N. Y., arrived in uthe city who followed, dressed in white, wasde- plad oir rath foowin rorm
Monday and is paying his mother a lightfully self-posesed. The three offeIroe,"St la by
visit. little flower girl, Lilian Gerow, Cor- Bapt te.
The perfection of I ht-running sew- delia Durkee and Louise Eyles, were lgrim's Chorus, from "Tanna-
ing machines-tbe ball-bearing Wheeler one of the prettiest features of an un- hauser," by Wagner.
& Wilson. Sold by L. C. Yaeger. usually pretty wedding, in their gauzy Bridal song, by Jensen.
Miss Clyde Raney, who with her little dresses and dainty blue ribbons. Each Bridal chorus, by Lohengrin.
brother, Lamar, after spending some walked alone, carrying a basket of Pra yer, by Groven.
time in Apalachicola, returned home flowers, which they strewed in th Wedding march, by Mendelssohn.
Sunday. brides pathway as sne left the chancel. Promptly at the hour set carries
CoL E. G. Chesley and family are at The bride entered on the arm of her containing the wedding party arrived at
Lanark, Fa. Mr.Chleyilfather, who looked very handsome and the canooled entrance on t. George
and i recuperating there His host of riarchal with his flowing white street. the bridal procession was led
friends here wishhim a speedy recov- wtr The brides dress was exquisite by two sweet little girls, the Misses
ren erew im a peey recov white net applique with lovely lace lone MacWilliams and Adelaide Old,
The Florida State College commence- from end to end, and ever stitch the wearing white point d'esprit over white
ment exercises crowded out of ourc- work of the deft fingers of the pret taffeta, trimmed with white ribbon and
umns last week many interesting item. bride. A tulle veil, fastened wi with pink sashes.
of anew. sprays of liies of the valley "i a Following them came the ushers,
A ng the prominent visitors in the hower bouet of bde roses s" lilies Mers. J. H. Harry Pritchard andA.
Among the prominent visitors in the of the valley completed a most become M Taylor, ColonelNW. A. MacWilliams
city this week are noticed Senator ing bridal array. Her only uka.......s andMajor Frank J. Howatt.
Frank Adams, of Lake City, and Sena- were a neckpt of baroche pearls, the The bridesmaids were Miss Emma
tor Blount of Pensacola. ift of her mother, and a diamond pen- Yockey and Min Adele Burroughs of
Easybright cleans everything to be dant, the ift of the groom. The Jacksonville, wearing white China silk
found at L. C. Yaeger's a groom met te bride at the steps, at- over taffeta, with white picture hata
Mr. Geo. E. Lewis, who attended the tended by his best man Mr. H. L. Do- and carrying bouquets of pink carna-
Bankers Convention in Jacksonville last zier, andhis brother, Dr. James Ran- tions.
week is back again at his desk in the dolph. The Rev. J. J. Parsons of St. The maid of honor was Miss Anna
First National Bank. Augustine, formerly pastor of tie First Enslow, whose costume was white
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Croom and Miss Baptist Church here, performed the French organdie over taffeta with mo-
Jones left this. week for Dunnedin, Fla. ceremony according to the beautiful Itifs of white lace, white picture hat of
e e wrritual of the Episcopal Churchread chiffon with white rich plumes. She
where they will visit Mrs. Croomn's the service e from the prayer book which iaron with white ostrich plunk roes. She
ents, Hon. and Mrs. Geo. L. Jones. hadbe ed at the wedding of the Next came the litt lower girl. Mi
A number of the students of the goom's father and mother, Mr. and Mildred Estes, in white point d'esprit
Florida State College who have been Urs. T. Hayward Randolph, and which over taffeta, with pink sash, carrying a
taking the examination a school teach- had been presented by Mrs. Randolph, basket of ferns and roses, The ae
ers the past week, have left for their r., to her new daughter. It is now was Master Willie benovar in whte
homes. one of her most valued possessions. satin and lace and carrying a white
Hon. W. M. Sheets was called to After the ceremony a very pretty re- prayer book.
Jacksonville by the early train Tuesday ception was held at the residence of the Radiantly happy, the bride entered
morning on account of the illness of his bride's parents, the decorations there leaning on the arm of her father, Capt.
son, Mr, W. M. Sheets, Jr., who is in being f the cool white and green William Young. She wore a gown of
that city. colors that were used in the church. imported white lace over white chiffon
The Pensacola postoffice has been ad- A very Ilarge number of beautiful and an taffeta and carried a bouquet of
vanced by the postal authorities to the valuable presents were received, cut bride's roses.
first-class rank, its postmaster receiv- glass and silver predominating. Mr. Awaiting the bridal party at the altar
ing from July 1st a salary of $3,000 per and Mrs. Hayward Randolph left on an were the groom and his best man, Col
year The city claims in its latest di- evening train for the mountains of John S. Maxwell, of Jacksonville.
rectory a population of 29,560. North Carolina, where the honeymoon The very impressive marriage service
Mr. W. Lynch formerly of this will be pent. Mrs. Randolph's going- of the E iscopal church was read by the
city now of HoSpringiormse sitghis way gown was in the new blue taffeta rector of Trinity church. Rev. L. Fita-
ciy, nowofHot S reingsv tifog r sand was worn with a most becoming James Hindy, the bride bein given
old home. Hony lfet here about four hat in shades of blue. A very large away by her father. During the cere-
years ago, a eat suffererer from .number of out of town guests attended money the soft notes of the intermizzo
His ma minds hreareglad tS ring the wedding, Mr. Randolph being con- from the "Cavalleria Rusticana," ar-
his complete recovery. nected fi ima of tdd he bt range by Eddy, were played by the
known families of Middle Florida organist, dy wr pae b h
Oriental lace in white and cream just nearly all of whom were represent m the church the wedding party
in at R. J. Evans. amon the guests present. Jackson proceed te o the Monson House, where
The Gainesville Sun says: It won't ville Metropo ls. a reception was held. The house deco.
take the new county of S. Lucie very - rations were in green and white, similar
lon to get a sufficient number of men ANOTHER ACCOUNT. to thoe at the church.
to n the offices. At the first meeting One of the prettiest society weddings t-o-tsat cu -
there were enough for two to each of the season took place yesterday Little Kaoa Floeyd Dead.
place and John Jones hadn't been heard afternoon at 6 o'clock at the First Bap- Mater M on Flod; the little rand.
rom. tist Church, when Miss Luella Harriett MasteronofMW azonM Mcntosh Sr of; the little grand
New shirt waist linen 25c., at R. J. Clarke became the bride of Mr. Hay-soMoMM nthSft
New shirt waist linen 2 wood Radolph, one of Tallahassee place, fell out of a large pecan tiee
Evans. most prominent youn men. The and sustained a compound fraction < f
Rev.cucJ. W. Bigham was called to P tateully v orat his arm. The arm was broken nit
Kentucky Tuesday on account of the ill- for the occasion and- the wd.- was only at the wrist but also near the
ness of his oldest daughter, and hispul- la ety attpnded b t ctti elbow, the bone being severely cracked
pit will be filled Sunday, both mori o ely attendased by oi th2n c a at the latter Pint, thereby making
and evening, by Rev. Mr. Bradford. Miss county as wel as of this cuitproper knitting difficult. Dr. Ausley
The public as cordially invited to attend w Clark is an attracrive y g who attended e brave little sufferer,
bonh 1r N C. Stockton, Messrs. C H. w o her hap married life. The break i a very serious one an
Hon J N C.StckonMesr. C H presents received oy the happy young even afte i kwni togethr. Thl e lit.
Barnes and John Paul of C. H. Bames ^we m eou.hn~lom Sdev"at ikl *T rh 1
P ohteP~oe itonuse were nmewrus, hame t ee ftellr is onkfv ran old and-
Co.,lessees of the State convicts for usul. Mr. and Mrs. Randolph will Y^" 'K ^ 0 .
the four years beginning January 11, reside in Tallahassee -Times- Union showed great fortitude while the doctor
1906, were in the city Tuesday on im- _____________ was Axing him up.
ortant business before the Board of Thre Fire Alarms. LATmE- Littie Mason died of lock
State Institutions. An alarm of fire was sounded about 4 jawJm"^^ ^ 1 Tusayatrnoan l Tla
A large number of our citizens ac- o'clock Sundaymorning, to which the ssea ma th wth th e fabmil
com ared by the little folks attended i fire opa pmply responded ind thleirdee itin .Hewasabigh
the Methodist Sunday school picen atr found the kitchen and the back room of little llo and was admired by evr
Ianark last Friday. The picnic was a Mr. T. B. Byrd's residence to be on fire. ne wo hklinte shim,msnda y
success in every way. Everything was The fire had gained considerable head-
pleasant with not a single accident to way by the time the firemen arrived, o 3>>H>Ugom
mar the enjoyment of the happy but, with their usual efficent work, the You have now been receiving The
MeMsrs. L. C. Yaeger, J. V. Cully, confn tt the pa of h hou a Wek True Demort for one q r
John HunsphrieeThea. S. Humphriee, reedy abas. s tebidn s. one of o foayer.I you wcil iondl sofen us i
John Thomas K. Causerux i J. JAi w d as tinder, wl1 fr obsubcption fr tilh yo r it
P-s. and osrsans others.-'left on it is remarkable that the re was so w us.it

Wood Yw
learshe*"em DepL Pheme s.
The Best Hard Wood and Pine in stock
all the time. Prompt delivery, and sat-
isfactiom guaranteed.
filM MAJL.a.
To closee out soon; the crug store nd
fixtures of t. L tLollu, drug store in
Masonic building w.I* b oo at a greko
bargain. J. G.

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c Repair Work a Specialty.
SAll Work Dom. Promptly. St*isdctlon Guau'nted.

Insist upon Getting the Best
I 7Kind. You make a Certainty
of so doing when you Trade
D, RM. OXo D, Drufliat.
Telephone No. Il.

the stock In our stables will be a pleas.
ure for the horseman. The showing of
good acclimated
of every description is an interesting
B. IThose in need of business horses or
'"" drivers shoukid see these animals.
There's a grand lot to select from.
& JtPrices are right.
J 1 A ~7 Feed and Sales Stable,
J.* D* CA 140 South Adams Street.

Sits serene atop the rigs we have for
hire. They're easy running, of course;
SA' the horses that draw them are man-
rag ed with scarce an effort; but withal
f the equipment is stylish to a degree
Every convenience, every comfort goes
with the equipages we let by the day
or hour. The lesser time will prove our
eC. T. HANCOCK, Prop.
Phones 79 and 39.

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

Who are They? What Is Their Business?
and they are largest in their line on their plan.
The only Nursery in existence allowing you to see tree
growing before you pay for them. Is that not enough tt.
convince you that ou will get exactly vhat you buy and
! of the best grade
They fully guarantee their trees and are absolutely re-
sponsible. Prices are right and I give my guarantee to.
Budded Pecans, Pears, Peach, Plums, Figs and all other
kinds of trees, Ornamentals Roses, etc.
Remember that no other Nursery makes such a liberal
proposition and hold your order until Salesman calls and
he will submit you the proposition in a few words.
In what home is fruit and flowers not appreciated and
worth their cost? L C. YAEGER, Agt.




Dbee.. W the Eire.Eu' siNssea Speddly.

Offftoeon old 4@ogfal Ofty Book

WEAT Tl STATS FPAPIS SAT. truthful witnesses and vote against the Sele af* tls retwe.J Tal,* N
adoption. Just nine 'others followed l basea *,d Sr. HMas". sof aT wr
Continued from Wrt page. his exam le upon the plea that the ovi- MAY8th, o'o f I" erls dcrk
and other L ilatures willnot need to dempo wubitfid did not warrant seuh a & w wte e w a t"e OrinltM
send committees, either to whitewash report, whenas a m atUer of fact, itt oh S ll a0 Swtnm.-1 M 1R D1 8- ie
orexpose conditions.-Montkello News. would wnm to the calal obaerver that sindmoi Ttlh So MW f ms
The committee 8o.int~d is wet lo o a report covering the past actions of Marks. makig a double daily service date osaleft 7 rouWnd f.p, but
Ter mmyite lanpo the administrattn ethe would hardly fa o b k bfollorws:

mittee. Probably the Speaker will b ked it L his d Arrive t. Marks, - 600 p. m. wa in the city lat wek. Mr Dahan
in favor of adoptng m ts resolution.f hd this b Leave St. Marks, - 6.00 p. m. Fo der represents the Burglar Alarm C
thor t are restigaly true concerning _t. r ad tng h t Time. Arrive Tallahae - 7.30 p. m. pany of New York a has secured a
O coue thereare men on the commit- png it ill. i TiRound trip St. arks and return, 90 contract to put in a burglar alarm yA-
tee who are wirl to so deep, but are HO-SITAL INVETIGATION centa s F. P. WOODWAD, is tetiul in the treasury department athe
they in the ma 7 That' the quea- The effort to put a check on the rev- Agent S. A. L. State ca itol. Some wag soggested
tion. uincy th times. elation of the committee which report- -'. -* -e that the -tate Treasurer h.ou .avem
Certain newspapers should not add to e d the unsavory state of affairs at the A Fea fsl Fate. had the system working before the ad-
the disgrace imposed upon Florkida Ian hospital at Chattahooebee, by a It is a fearful fate to have to endure vent of the Legislature.
through revelation of the condition if hex- report from another oure, has caused the terrible torture of Pile. "I cannts the
isting at the State Insane asylum brn in- a commotion in the House of Repre- truthfully ahs," writes Harry Colson, of Nw York a As S
sulting the members of the invest at- sentatives. The refusal of the House of Masonvil I., "that for Blind, t litlkid Al a
ing committee with landerous athe a-mm to allow the report of the board to go Bleedin, Ith arks a nd Protruding Piles,90 ontrt to pt n a br
tonee who Bartow Courier-Informant, o the House ournal ha been reard- Bucklen's Arnia Salve is the bet cure in the treantat
The integrity of the administration of ed unprecedented n the history of re made." Alo bet for cut, burn and te capitol
Governor Jenings will not bepreseved the legislature. Now that the matter injuries. 26c at all druggists. (C., T. & G. R. R. CO.)
tiy slander-Quin the commit which In has come p, a complete investigation that th Stat Tr---
vestigated e insane ashoulum and ret and thean impartial one should be made The Tallahassee True Democrat of chedul Effective 700 working Ma before. the a1906.
through revelation of the allegation that on a potal and if they are on, they hld be Friday put at the head of it editorial outh Boud
moistive was the basis of such awful di.- a commotioned. -aineviHle un columns Bibal quotations relating ton,
csures. The members of the commiest t- r. V. H. Gwynn. former the rin- ovetousness, bribery a nd hypocrisy. Sunday & Al dama
tee were united in their report, and to tendent of the nsane asylum, niea N dw, what was editor Collins hinting No. 1 No.3
that document wa penned e name of I that during his admnitratio things r Times-Union. Just what the text Lv Aanta 12.2m
Senator W..K. Jackson, a man of spot. were conducted di.ordrl and asks for n ies. at all druggist sts. (C., T. & G. R. R. CO
less reputation and one to whom no a hearing. Thcome up, denial as been long i ret m te ti v Arinn
consideration o factional politic a would sought by you, Doctor And in the t at the head of it enbrd 00m l.. 'pm .a
cause to give his agnature in s support mean time, Doctor, you m t have lumrte and quthose who were tearing up 12pm h 40pm .06m
ofuntruth. Th MaannaTmersCouofther asked for a H.Gwa'n rd vindicated a ve tondest be or and yuprs AT i m 4.00 S t
raised from $3,ite tro 6o,000, and a annt yo and ir conn section with Nowe what was editor Collins hinting on. o.allahassee 20pm .00m 8.m m
aoo ware unitedIwhtheir.reamrrtrud titationnofothings.nsane asylum, den1esmNo. I No. 3 No. 6No.5

methat docume has been paspenned providing for I that during his administration thi at? Times-Unon L Atlanta 120m0.m .am pm
the erection of a mansion, Ifa maoernor was ere conductedis. or derly and ad Chase. : o s m .
Browartravelsa much in proportion o eri Doctor,e have never Million ruishin mad chase after health Ar Aionslchviieo 7.,o .pm
sos are ptavsddon Jenninms, .ah mhri n this -Jasper News. from one extremeof faddism to another, ,r o..
mansideration o until we obtain a told of uht you, Doinvective and indit* and kee their bowels, re teular with Drll Sunday Stday
"stay-t-om" executive. Probably, nant peri i inu the horrible Kins New Life Pills, their troubles No. 2 No. 3.s No6 o.
however, the mansion tur given In the stateof affair at the Chattahoochee would all pass away. Prompt relief tLvAT allihia 6. 0m ..
nature of an inducement to stay at insane asylum brought to light by the and aulck cure for liver and stomach ,v Lacarkl 11I 30oam 2.00pm 6.00pm 4.40pm
hof nunt Maranna Time s-Courier. k report of the legisiiatvcommittee, but troueaven and earth to all druggists; guaran-ess L y m
The lorida $3,lat ra of 1906 it as worthy remark tht the au teed. tionofthings Tallahasee i.30pm 5.00pm 8.3pm 8.20m
Journs today Friday June 2nd. While mo st com alwned of were *perpetrarted L--- ^- L .v chpr9.nvi9. .
the legisectlaion could not a sit v od under a revious administration, and Demagog, political trickters, ward .A.L.Ry. 9m .00pm
t a whole, It will be i mor thiat thec sinner is now far away healers, political bMosses, rafter, rr Tal4h. a .o0pm i 0o m10
iftto thpeopi th an y e rnore in ag distant State The --committee bodlers, aom one extreme all of that kind, ootery undm
ing it in many years.- Titusville Ad. presMly states that the present manage- licoolation from Hon. Jo n Tem- ArArlington 7 2 m 1%.inem 1 0sm%
it might be isab to leave off the asylum i dons what it can pi Gr avaf' elegant and timely lecture Lvo uthbtf 8.ojpm i,.Ms n .3am
The Hon J Murdock Barrs is of a- to correct existing evils and the comn- ai the commencement exercises at Lv Macon 4.i~am 4.2pm 4.86em
inIon that Florida's railroad comm a mittee has confidcece in its purpose and I! Ppresentative Hall Wednesday even- Ar Atanta 7.36am 7.5pm 7.M.51
sion has been of vab t advantage to the ability to do so. It seems to de a can i g. It was a master pieceanda very Ntice- Train No.. and 6 will depart from and
peopleof-Florida. o we understand noflorkingsthe stable after the horre appropriatelecture, following atrouitdid arrives t fot of hotwll.treet. Binbrd.
trom thier, that Mr. ansiorr s givthe tate ha been tolen. Wa t the asylum he ame room the Florida Legisla- Tick. for train avn Baitda ld
natureFlord of an indu?-Apaachicoa Times. neems toned now most of all aigh t the ture had occupied only a few day be- h Grcery ompany.pp
TheJening admistraion h hands of the Legislature a u iient fore a la Speaker Gilchrist's efforts *Train No will .top 5 minutes at Lanark for
home- Marnna Times-Courr. has r appropriation to gitive it a bath from against long hi own commttie to brekfst...
tnly c t t at the hand ofthtrouble 2 tc t to bottom, deodori all druggts repair it report ctain tng they had unearth- . L .4p 7.lp 5
Te in m of rtih Satedre of 1906ttn and fit w lace for human things to live of hi political allied. _. c. s npesl.
ne- In lame of the Sotate institutio n. I any deg review osf dmguilt atn, and Demagogs, to catrckster, wardTrA.ling .Rm .
n'Yet, as a whole, It willbem ofore thea board of stinner is ntitutios i the Ttlre f a Preacher. a.!h.le. P1m"
thion to tewa n o premises It is the guilt qf negligence, The story of the torture of Rev. 0. D n ADMINISTRATORS NOTICE:
t t eis. ots. en cond .na a!*nd this shtnuld result in a u Moore, pstor of the Baptint church of tn 26th dayofJune A. l905 a Ad-
esflt e to whetherthe people than any pthe board, with all it other Harperville N. Y., twill interest you. ntrt-h ntat.l ma k.Cv de

theSatemInst tutis ns und Rer tn!e heavy work, has the time to properly He says: suffered agonies because ceased, will make apphcation to t County Judge
ng admintraton.- DeLan Rid. attend to ts dutesat the apresentum. ofa pelatent cough, re.ultJng from rf Aon .7 at hs ncn the Court.
Quite a good deal of lobbing was in one will believe that any ohe preet t he gr p I had to elegant and itting up in at Teturescutrt s lo k m l
evidence atJ TallahMur las week rel- member of the board have s een con- bed I tried many remedies without .tate aionuiM to. aidestFa to-wit: The north-
adoptln the Floridam committee report, mentof the asylum or have in its purpose aowingly very forative Hall Wednesday even- antlnt.a 7. t7pm a
sloan has bei of vast advantage to theCu ability to do no. It biemsntone a caseioCng. It wasoa masterpiece and a very N,,ti,-TrainxNoo. 5 and y will.dopart from an.d

nd no little of It wa done by former profited thereby. It after both unfortu- Cold, which entirely cured my cough, umived one and twoof block six in the Bainub-de.
occu ants of high oflclal life. This nate and stranowthat thi revelation of and ved me from consumption. A ln Grknown as ce Vlry Mitchell" in section o
anl of lobbyist dwelt conlderably condition at hgiattahoochee was not grand cure for dieak e conditions of for uatn. so un No.ll o pa nut Also the sour
upon the shame such official report made whn appropr itwould have been possible Throat and Lungs. At all drugits; halo theathalfof ah cllotnmb
would bring down upon the heads of to have punished the guilty for their rice 50c and guaranteed. rial old lan, together with the dwe and
the innocent people connected with the crime Thyo botto eem toe out of reach i title free e |ra vemente thereon in rlw sin A no t
asylum, the disrace upon the State at present: but at all events there On o t ^^h ryc iden of A dm't Estt Emily M. Colins. Decesed.
and such other abtolute rot and redlcu- should le a thoroughoverhaulin of the One or the extraordinary t incidlnta of -'
ou assdotherwisertione m whole syl it a clean ed that um manadared cast reflecon on some UARDIANS NOTICE.
great deal of.corrup tn dr ntten- Nbul^inbrilgog ca.

noAs a matter of course, the slum stitution started on f guilt attaches to maker was that Frank Adams, Ham- OTICE IT HEREBY GIVEN TO ALL WHOM cnt
particularly at the cnttateth s weimtforcther Ta liTusCoM

underthe cover of admiration pro vail and from which sl grafting s all t he admntration forces on the enuuaan o on
tection. Few newspapers would venn- ep cut nut The whole State 9f dig floor of the Senate. His fight for the and Dorothy Hussey, minor cIhiTATn of Predr
ture o far as to cause the frown of the s- raced bothis at houd re and abroad by the government life insurance, and other of D. Huey deceased, will mae location to the
ernmnttobe directed their way by meth which have b en applied the Governor's pet measures proved nt Je~ of eun. c. Thy. Toi at h
on e tnHarpersvlle N Y., will interest you. menistratrfthestateof EmileM. Coins. de

doing that which nsttu the duty of every J tha poor, ha helless creatures him to be a man whose liberal views Mond Jul 1906. for authority to sell the un
true newspaper in the State ex in nndd Record.up attend to I ttaootee Lie Oak now of a pertent cough, strge to flctional- diid onnt ea athisof mo in ond ur
Quite a good deal of lobbying was in one will believe that any of he premmtt the grip i la folleowitngodesribe d ,'ocklands he" f oiurein

corrupt on when corru-tion county of Leon, State of Florida. to wit: The east
r. I had any sraneh therg up ihalf of the norithat quarter, t he o outhwwet e uar
evidence life at Tallahn tn thea e et ltureI- membr n of the hteed thav we ntieth tried manrmedies without tate north idt tr. the to-wt:uth half orth
l to the stp the Lgislature nr the whole tate o f Florida in The hotel at Lanark Fla., on the C. northwest t quarter of th northeast quarter, thon
two years atownshipo, a committee, said t half the southeast t quart; situatead st
ptingr the asylumcommittee report, mentaof the aylum or have knowingly cover iomittrone sumptofunioughed and equipped with electric HilaborousehCounty. Florida. Ath ot

nd no little of t was done by former pri th ed h i tigatedreby. to both unfort. Colights, hot and cold bathrely cure d mineral ouh tonquatrof ction Thirtwo inlud.-
cupant of hig o o e clndlfe. This the inhuman conditions thatthi prevail at bathing pools, and e is in every ropes a p oouAek an -atlle ha t the etnst alone
othe asylum and obbyists ndwelt s for thera ly conditionstt asylum for the i nsane most attractive hotel. It Is now open of the thwt quarter of etion Trttwo

ran cureor asemincin matters, this com for the reception of guests who are in ltin on ounty, Fle oride a west at
next two years. After assembling mItt|. has declared in startling terms search of seashore recreation, affording o of n ditch and fenc lineter nnio n from lakte
there for work, and oracial report made wt the i place i not an poasylum, bulet ha an especially uine opAt all drugnisty to lfof th thafofit thnumbose n r
witn.pess were examined when ud o n other dit t ak i
would bringto nth upon the dark clouds aris dumping ground; not a place for the who are fond of ang.lin. I all said lands tein Township Two, North, of
the.Innocentpeople connected with theR nscrimeaETheyd andtorbe out of reach Me

asylum, the nmnrace upon the Statei care of unfortunate invalids by a cess-.. For Lpecial rate schedulee. another An ote Emily M. Coins thre hured
tratn, the mao o th committee poo1 of wIckedness and crime; not off- information, apply to E 0. Alston, Gen- Dr- E UST COMPANY,.
arose and mh other ade the r and r and red crd by skled physiorougcian and trained era Passenger Agent Bainbridge, Ga. uardian of ary Winston H y and Dorthy
Sr to the effect that t wholesylum managwas not ement annurses, but a den of thieves, drunken -recentsion of the State law UARDIAN'NOTICE.
th wer ofo the committee to routes and perhaps murderers; that Cnct h NtI.e ADMINISTRATORS NOTICE.o
intods nor toofurnhiscondition in not of reent orign, St. John's Episop l Rev. Dr W H Noce i h orporatin toll cr the laditorws of the es-
under the cover of administration protai vnil and from which all grafting eaball n'tadi la rnal lero ron s n f ty

t irn tho e ed n fthe than. b ut of lontg standing. Carter Rector l ife in ce,: Sundays ate of R. L. deceased.willm and to l peon
s ts nda so the ttution. This ceou eus committee does notb and Gnoly Days, Holy Comm unionty 7 h Jing c ofim et hi o nhi s atw o ra ce
government to be direcng the lasr few ays of content Itw with condemning appl the o'clock a. m Sunda o'cock a in thi a e court houe in the city of e 1aha eon

doing that which a uthe duty of ev tenh whih is a .stanld g c reproach t o and a o'clock mn l, o'clock ewsMond. such ly ad dem. for authority to lhe d.
e make him our fair State and tstrrumnnger to factional-ut divide. m. St ichan- nted)r e ofmid oinand to
ctrue newspaper in the State; exfiaiing r ,,nndup atChattaree- Live Oaki. ., t T L. the following deribed landt. situated in the

mcru membersof the committee from Pafiaek the blame where it be- vices: TeSua s 4 'cloc p. i; Fri- -
ko minoen d unru aexi t. inl cn. o ds 4 county of LontateofFlorida to wit: The stIC.

public life ortany tran there t r si oubtless f the nistme of 4: F.. ---0 t o thea, MadH t. Florida, l. cmuthwt u afr-
souring the s ression of th Lei on. cia charge with the care of the insti- "For seven years" writes Geo W tfar All note holder. ard other c itors of
ear s ao a commi t- ry, the whole tte f Florida is The hotel at acark, Fla.a on the Cnrthwestquarter oft ort bankquafort .the

S ear hr.t aot om tutionrr Iwith horror at the reponsickeninglty Hoffman, Rof has been rerper n, Wah. JeledI had st ha lf of tl outa t trte for, a the mt

tato go up, and gavei the med brand each member sought to shoulder bitter battle with chronic stomach and or is no t and Banw kimot -id ofn Mdo
fullhave been toked go the at is the mttr upon some other o er. liver trouble, but at lat I won, and est quarter of thesothe
the whole business. This the ommit But th e prime a isd fatal reason was thee r cured my diseases, by the use of Elec- r ofS Thir P-or. Prteset
*wall t~in lduo, it said, of mak- makinof suchan iontitutionapolitpcal tri Bitters. I unhesitatingly recoinm- ApnurtIl D. i.-toJ ne.

f M-ti7tl work amI uprooted d stur p1 P1lum, to be rewarded to partisan Imend them to all. and don't intend in
w some of the partic ts thought friend., reganrdles of competency or the future to be without them in the s ummeraeader a. W te as.-_.__-s ---a.
w sord never come tprici T ihug efficiency. &mehouse. They are certainly a wonderful -.5"---9awbafos.p.ial" h
vnoer ortoet faT upon of the members of this board have medicine, to have cured sueh a bad cae a a., Api. 13 190.
have not the report be facts upeo one before the public at every election as mine .' Sold, under etae to do The C. T. A G. R. R. announces the e

whLtich p fn Never was more forcibly Illuitrated rominent lawyer of Balabridge, Ga.. limit followa.g M d ,
the ath t o ad e the uotaton: Mumber of yan's Inhumanity to the same for bought a half nteret n the .06 foow to the above Gulynal limit t
After appointing this committee and mnwl make eounthuee thousand Panicea Springs hotel and will imm teen days fro date of sle.
facts. N o wonder o ing is ~n wh, the i shoul present can of diately commence extensive improve- $.40 tickets. so daily al limit
to the hl of ft a amnder o th ayme has a o lsep.ol of wicked ments at that delghtfur. J. D.l report A thirty day from date
WI& doawn to. h os from thea n t heir willful maladministretion of offle this city, and Mr.-To, e e $1.8e

Mr Nrist le the ober' chair nees a horro to the gberalpublic a dmmy inent ginawe yead ca will be placed G.. C. i.
and somf down upon oor of the burning heamstoteBoard of Com.on th tram road to te tbtwhe n Travroad Paaugr Agent.
Huet l a stirring V eh. against qmuiss ort State l itationanyto ve bought and Phalinterd inthe $ road i o ynt
After appoinf th repor his commit stand randime to th commonweth P lane h iSprin hotevedll imm teendays a aoin s
otheItyof W i j- r---A ,the auylum, as a o of wicked. aents at that delilttW resort. A thirtydaysrom dat'e OfA6

mad with the relt that he of Floria Tribune ^^ '^---.- For sale several good large young
ae ne onthe to turn theirppl a e r For Rent, 6-roor Cottane Apolyl to mlle. .Apply to
baki upon the oasths of supposedly For clean Job PrnthiR. ee Collins. Miss Janie Clark. -lf GAo. H. AvmnapT. I

Sflm I in.


Dpalers in
AUl kin& of Sowd Hand M sMchins-
cry. Scrap lio d BrBe
boult aad sold.
Special attm m givem to the Repeir
of Sew MJ Gas. oea a Gamolne
Engies, Locomotives. Etc.


Shops near G. F. & A. Depot.


Fancy Goods

Dainty Collars,
Handkerchiefs, Laces
and Embroideries

Gloves, Corsets, Hosiery

The Newest Materials for
Fancy Work.

149 N. Monroe St.


Feed and

Livery Stables.

Teams furnished at any
time, night or day at reason-
able prices. Best and new-
st rigs in the city.
Also stall at City Market
where all the choicest meats
ire kept and sold. Neat,
clean delivery wagon.
Phone 127.
No. 26 West Lafayette St.,

Jeff. D. Ferrell,

General Repair Shop.
Horse Shoeing by an ex-
pert who has had years
of experience. .

A portion of the public
patronae Is solicited
and sati faction uaran.
Olpeuki The LaM n "@.
Alteratios. Cleanis Replaring.
Etc., for Ladies ad GentlAndn.
Agency For The Royal Tallora.
Credit.. a8s6m. trabntMe Mand eA persTw
arim enmr w do te stmeo of
ney 8. T. l&Mftw. ebe ,LM= -mr. d,
.jm O w up"t l "d edM to pro.
mat tha toUMe mra ef mM Naf wilin
wo w afta thM mbrmteMi-gf5m mtoe.
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