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 23, 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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VOL 1.


23, 190

NO. 17.

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


S Ne Who WW 0eer V 1sewM 's ew

Late Wednesday evening Governo
Broward announced his appointments
for members of the Board of Control
provided for by the Buckman college
law, as follows:
T. B. KoNG DeSoto county.
DRa. A. L. BRowN, Lake county.
N. P. BaYAN Duval county.
NATHAMNIL ADAMS Hamilton county.
PHInr K. YoNow keeambia county.
The Governor' task was one of great
difficulty, and the impression prevails
that he has performed it as well as was
possible to human foresight. By the
terms of the law, and by constitutional
limitations, he was obliged to eliminate
from the list of eligibles citizens, of all
counties in which any of the formerly
established educational institutions af-
fected by the law were located, as well
as all members of the Legislature, and
common sense and a due regard for the
spirit of the law and the peculiar cir-
cumstances surrounding the matter, im-
pelled him to likewise eschew the se-
.ection of any who had been known as
having been actively engaged in the
contentions of factional poiticr. This
last consideration he has observed as
closely, in all probability, as was pos-
Mr. King is a son of the late Ziba
King, one of the most prominent citi-
zens of South Florida, and is a banker,
residing at Arcadia.
Dr. Brov is said to be a man ot
orgad view rand fine education, and is
a resident of Eustis.
Mr. Bryan is a well-known and suc-
cessful young lawyer, of Jacksonville,
Aw and is the only member who has been
at all prominent in local politics. He is
a son of the late J, M. Bryan, of Osce-
ola county.
Mr. Adams is a planter and merchant
of White Springs, and is a brother of
State Senator Frank Adams.
Mr. Yonge is one of Pensacola's most
prominent aud public-spirited citizens,
is president of the Southern States
Lumber Company, and has recently
been elected by a large majority on
the White Democratic primary ticket as
city councilman.
Gov. Broward promptly convened the
board to assemble on the 26th inst. at
Tallahassee to organize and begin the
preliminary work of their difficult task.
New Fish Law Eaferced.
Tom Jlountree, a negro, caught a
string w fish in Lake Miccosukie and
carried them over into Gadsden county
and there sold them, thereby breaking
a new local fish law passed by the last
Legislature, which forbids the sale or
transportation of fish caught from Lake
Miccosukie. He was arrested at Quin*
last Sunday by Deputy Sheriff Popple
and brought to this city and placed in
On ')esday he was brought before
Judge Whitfleld and upon the ad-
vice of his lawyer, entered a plea of
guilty. The judge fined him $10 and
costs, which amounted to about $26 or
$27, making his fish cost him including
a lawyer's fee, between $40 and $6.
The law under which he was arrested is
local to fish caught in Lake Miccosukie
in Jefferson and Leon counties and
went into effect on the 10th of June,
only 10 days before the negro was ar-
We have nothing to say as to the
merits of the law, but think that it was
a pretty hard case on the negro, the
first malefactor, to be compelled to pay
so much money for what was until ten
k\ days before his arrest a perfectly legiti-
mate transaction. The judge was I -
ient, but could under the circumstances
have been more so.
Judge Francis B. Carter, formerly of
the Supreme Court, arrived in the city
this week and returned Wednesday to
Marianna with his family and houNhold
goods. The judge will make Marianna
his future home, having recently been
Appointed Judge of the Pirst Judicial
Circuit. The judge and his estimable
family have made many friends in Tal-
lahasisee during the years they have
been here, and they all regret their de-
parture from this city.
Certain parties not a thousand miles
awa from The True Democrat office
might read with profit to themselves
the following extract from that most
estimable of all Southern l{epers, the
Savannah News. Says News:
'The gangin Philadelphia was about as
strongly Intrenched as similar gangs
are in other cities, and it has been
found out." And so it willbe foundout
in other ring ruled cities and states.
iThe grafter will flourish for awhile, but
Eventually the will be discovered and
made to pay the penty of ther wrong

P. I of Stschieu6'. ssag

P.M U Mif J. A ms.,
To.ukbon, F.M. 501w 35tb, iUL-174wr.

Teach*"' imeiem. DOINGS AT THI
Both Prof. MuKpbr. of the late STAll CAPITOL
tos*s .. o STATr CAPnTOL
the itt of the of
male and apjuets for teschmersat- Items f latemrent be the Various
amnlataiss deinib the pt two weeks
in this t Ite d was ---
pica, ftstic "% Governor Broward and some of the
r the ex- Justicesof the Supreme Court have
amhtlon. been absent for a time, but all have now
The grading committee were, Arthur returned. Only rotluie business has
Willans recently of the Florida Stat been transacted durng the week.
College; aMs Grace P. Cobb, of the ICUTIVUPARTMT.
Leon Academy, and Mis Florence A. A.crv W Apalh`
Howell, of the Jackson Bluff school. Appointments: Supervisor of Regis-
Fifteen applicants pleased in the first tra Franklin county, R. Collins,
grade and received their certificates as A lac.hicola.
teachers, while twenty-three passed in p lot commissioner*. Apalachicols:
the second grade, and four in the third Joseph Bussett, C. H. Lind, Joseph
grade. Therewere two colored appli- Daley, A. L. Wng, Apalachicola, H.
cants who paed in the second grade Mal-e, Carrabelle.
and eleven in the thirdgrade. Notaries public at large: L. H.
The following teachers have been ap- Rowe, Mandarin; W. D. Pass, Sydney,
pointed for the coming term: J. J. Newinkamp, Jr., Jacksonville;
Prof. J. W. Wideman, principal Leon H. S. Hampton, Ge. A. Shelby, J. D.
Academy; H. T. Woodberry, principal McFarlane, Tampa; James Roall E.
High School at Chaires; W. R. Clay, C. Post, Jacksonville; N. W. Mcbon-
prncipal High School at Woodvil e., aid, Moseley Hall.
with Miss L. E. Maxwell, assistant; sTATS DEPARTMENT.
Lola Bradshaw, at Lawhorn school; Secretary Crawford has issued let-
Ellen Cromarte, at Meridian rJ.t. terms patent during the week as follows:
Drummond. at Pine Grove Rbertsa Florida Printing and Improvement Co.,
Geddie, at Strickland; Mabel Bradshaw, Jacksonville; "10,000. Incorporators:
at Eastman; Florence Howell, at Jack- A. L. Lewis, E. Garvin, A. W.
son's Bluff, and Miss Fannie Atkinson, Price.
at Pin Hookschool. Record Investment Co., Jacksonville;
%1 11 $^* ^ -1$10,000. Incorporatom: P. L. Suth-
Walles-Beard Claim. erland, D H. McMillan, J. A. Hollo-
It was, no doubt, a matter of extreme mon, Arthur F. Perry.
regret to a great many of the fair Florida Koca Nola Bottling Co.. Jack-
minded people of the State that the sonville; $10,000. Ineorporators: John
Legislature, recently in session, did not t. Miller, Frank A, Coleman, David W.
see fit to pass the measure allowing Trumpeller, Win. A. Hallowes, Jr.
Colonel Wailes and the Beard estate to Consol.deted Engineering Co, Jack-
enter suit against the State of Florid. sonville; $30,000. Incorporators: Geo.
for the collection of the money claimed L. Drew, Arthur F. Perry, C. D. Rine-
by many to be due them for services hart.
rendered in adjusting the accounts and --.
making it possible for our congressmen The Right Way.
to collect the large debt against the On Wednesday the executive office
United States government several years looked like a sample room, a shoe
ago. drummer having his stock spread out
Of course the total amount of the for inspection of the Board of State In-
Wailes-Beard claim is considerable-- stitutions as a preliminary to purchases
$168,000-but the vast majority of those for the State Insane Hospital.
who have made a study of it and are This is as it should be, and is an in-
acquainted wi bhe work done in col- dication that the work of the joint in-
lecting the da which made the pay- vestigating committee was not per-
ment posibl t hesitate to assert formed in vain.
that there is justice in it and it should ---...
be the foundation upon which the set- Mr. Albert Shine f noVr in the em-
tle nt contended for should be made. ploy of the G. F. & 4. Rilway Co.
e have always contended that the Mrs. R. B. Carpenter and Miss Es-
State is indebted to these claimants, tell have gone to Gainesville, Ga., for
but we believe that it is indebted only a summer outing.
for the amount of money that was Miss Mitchell, of Bainbridge, who
actually turned into the State treasury Miss Mitc hei, of. Banbridses wh.o
the commission which would have has been paying a visit to Miss Mamie
amounted to 77 000. The United Andrews, returned home this week.
States was indebted to the State of Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Lowry, after a
Florida for something over $1,000,000; delightful bridal tour in the West, re-
Florida was indebted to the United turned Wednesday, and will stop for
States for a smaller amount; we believe awhile with the bride's parents, Hon.
the claimants are, therefore, entitled to and Mrs. W. A. Rawla.
15 per cent. of the difference existing Misses Bessie Saxon. Ulma Perkins,
between the two debts, and the contract Luis Bird and Lucile Saxon, and Messrs.
having been recognized as valid unt.l H H. Mickler, J. E. Perkins, W. M.
the money was actually paid the State, McIntosh, Jr., and Dr. Ausley formed
there is no honorable way of looking at a pleasant party on a moonlight picnic
the matter that is apparent to us, but to Lake Hall Wednesday evening.
that the amount should be paid and Mr. Henry C. Zachary, the father of
without further useless capering. A. D. and W. A. Zachary, well-known
The Legislature of 1903 wished to lumber manufacturers of this county,
compromise the matter and offered to died Wednesday in this city, aged
pay the claimants 25,000. They rightly about 57 years. The remains were
refused to accept the compromise. If taken to his former home, Burlington,
it was sufficiently just to admit of com- I. C., for interment.
promise, there was certainly consider- :. o int .....
able justice in it, and if there was jus- Hon. W. R. Dorman, of this city, has
twice in it, the debt should be paid on the been elected Vice-President ot the
basis of the money received It was Florida State Mid-winter Fair Associa-
contended two years ago by some of the tion. Mr. Dorman is greatly interested
laymen that the contract made between in the success of the fair and hopes to
Governor Drew and Colonel Wailes was see Suwannee county wll represented
not binding, and feeling that he could there with exhibits.-Suwannee Demo-
never receive justice from the succeed- crat.
ing Legislatures, Colonel Wailes asked Mr. Charles A. Choate has returned
permission to carry the case before the to Tallahassee, where he will make his
courts of Florida that they might pass: future home. Many friends here re-
upon the validity of the contract, and I gret the departure of Mr. Choate and
in which event the State Treasurer his family. That Mr. John Choate will
would be at liberty to pay in accordance remain in Pensacola is a matter of much
with the decisions of the courts, pleasure to his friends -Pensacola
There could certainly have been no News.
fairer way than this, and that the Mr. W. Mahone Lynch who has been
members of the Legislature refused to visiting his old1 home and many Talla-
grant this privilege, causes the average hassee friends, left Monday for Hot
person to believe that either obetinacy, Springs, Arkansas where he holds a
unfairness, a lack of knowledge of the good position. While here he had his
history of the claim or absolute fear of mother's and brother's graves bricked
the consequences of spending large up and the grounds put in good shape,
sums of the State's money for the set- and also had his name added to our
tlement of just claims was the predomi- dialy growing subscription list.
nating feature. Between two individ- Je L. Dvb, of Perry, Florida, who
uala claims are occasionally regarded had-lust'sold his newsper, "opics;'
differently from those evisting between w-Inthse tely rd rand made us a
a State and a man who does not live in plsant visit. g o all..und
the State. --adleden Co. Times, June n.wmpw man and willbe missed for
1 --.-. .,--. the time he will be out the news-
Dr. J. A Anders, one of Leon paper business, for he does not stay out
county's most industrious farms, also loeg. Before lon he will be at it
a member of our Board of County Comr. .n Onee in, it s a hard matter to
missioners, was in the city several days keep out.
this week visiting his daughter, Mrs. Investigation is fast becoming the or.-
Mary Walker. He made us a very der of the day all over tihe United
pleasant visit yesterday, which we aP- States. The terrible state of affairs
prpcdated as we always do a visit from recently discovered In Philadelphia and
any of our country friend. Reuem- other Diaees has put the people to

her, gentlemen. a Iordial welcome think and demanding reforms, and
always awaitsayou, am Our eehnea nhin-aort f expore ad pnih-
are at your services, If you wish to iofWIVIeSy pubffe offiia ru will
read the newspaper while with us. est Nohing pnP old enn and
Mr. --,lliam.- Morris of honest is ever hurt by em investigation.
Mrs. Wuillam MorrisofrJeffg 901 IO^ ewSCOW ok sgo=
county, Is visiting her sister, Mrs. H.
W. Demif For clean Job Printin, see Collins.

First Baptist Chturch, Clinton street,
near Adam, Frank W. Cramer, pstor.
Preaching service aca Lord's Day at
11 a.m. and 7:46 p. Bible School at
10 a. m. JnMor ptis& Umon at p.
m. Senior B Y. P. a. t 4:80 p, a.
Prudential Committee Art Monday
night in each montb at 8 o'clock.
Prayer meeting each Wednesday night
at 7:6 Ladies' Aid and Misslo.ary
Society, first Thursday in each montu
at 4 p. m. Morning subject for Lord's
Day, June 26th,"elp from the Hills;"
evening subject, "A Voice Behind
Thee. A cordial invitation is extend-
ed to every person to come and worship
with us.
Trinity M. E. Church, South Rev. J.
W. Bigham, pastor. Sunday School at
9:30 a. m. Sermon at 11 a. m. Senior
Epworth League 4 p. m. Junior Ep-
worth League 8 p. m. Evening Ser-
mon at 7:80 p. m. Public cordialy in-
vited. Prayer meeting Wednesday at
7:830 p. m.
St. John's Episcopal, Rev. Dr. W. H
Carter, Rector, hervicee: Sundlys
and Holy Days, Holy Communion 7
o'clock a. m. Sunday, 11 o'cock a. m.
and 8 o'clock p. m. Friday, 8 o'clock
p. mn. S. Michael's (colored). Ser-
vices: Sundays 4 o'clock p. m.; Fri-
days, 4:80 o'clock p. m.

From Our Rsuar orrompondent.
A change has taken place In the man-
agement of the hotel, -Mrs. J. L, Nor-
gan who is one of the best hotel woman
in te South has been secured by Mr.
Trice and the entire managemento-the
hotel turned over to her. She Il mak-
ing a good manychangesand willdoubt-
less make this summer's guests at Pan-
acea Hotel more comfortable than they
have ever b;en.
The change was most imperative on
account of the serious condition of Mr.
Trice's health. Some three weeks ago
he became overheated while doing some
work in a close room and other compli-
cations set in which soon reduced him to
condition where he was unable to look
after the business. I am glad to be
able to state that he is Improving now,
though, and expects. with the freedom
from hot! ecares that he will now have,
to be his normal self shortly.
Every cottage at Panacea was filled
this week when a family arrived from
Bradfordville to take Mr. Hall's cot-
tage. Every one, I mean save the
one rented by the editor of The Demo-
crat, whose family have not come yet.
Mr. A. L. Townsend and his friend,
Mr. Subers, of Bainbridge, went to
Ocklockonee bay fishing yesterday and
returned early in the afternoon with
about 40 pounds of fine fish. They were

at the fishing grounds just one hour.
Mr. Chas Mooring came around from
Carrabelle last week and will be here dur-
ing the season. He has a small gaso-
lene and sail boat, just the thing for
taking parties out. Can't keep him
from going- if the wind is favorable he
sails, if not, the engine does the work.
Of course Lake City wants the Uni-
versity of Florida; so doe, Gainesville,
Live Oak, Jacksonville, St. Augustine,
Ocala, and for that matter, any city or
town in Florida might wish it, and feel
proud of it, if it could get It; but gen-
tlemen of the Board-when the Board
is made complete--remember Tallahas-
see has to offer as many good reasons
and as many advantages as any other
city for the University. Our State Col-
lege was, everything considered, the
best in Florida. Now locate the Uni-
versity here, where we have elegant
school buildings, splendid location,
health, the meat of government, the
home of the Board of Education, cabi-
net officers, the Governor, Christians,
temperance people, and well, all the
other good things the other town are
telling you about. Just give Tallahas-
see the University, as a compromise.
You cannot give it to all the places ask-
ing for it so place it right on the
pleasant old hills of Tallahassee, the
natural home for it.
Deputy Sheriff J. M. Poppell returned
from Quincy Wednesday night with
Ike Anderson, colored, charge with
stealing three gold buttons from W. P.
Corbin at the Leon Hotel last Monday.
He was tried before Judge Whitfield
and acquitted for lack of testimony,
States witnesses having gone away.
Deputy Sheriff Poppell on Thursday
morning arrested a murderer from
Georgia, who he has in jail awaiting
the arrival of officers from Colquit, Ga.
When a Philadelphia grafter is put
out of office, the State authorities im-
mediately even things up by giving him
a better job. -Times-Unio, June 2.
Hon. Jno. L. Robison, of Woodville,
and Senator John Roese, of Sopcho
were among their Tallahassee friends
again yesterday.
Gen. A.W. Gilhraist invotingagainst
the Tampa Fair bill wee oly k g
in pace with his Aiture pAWtles.
was who expected so0 mom tumes a
Desoto mty to hp defeat Manatee
county' choe for asnator. We are
not su= at all i the great gMen-
eral. Wouldn't he make a great gov-
ernor.-Maatee Record.


Neasuse Paased By the tegislateg
Whih An e N po w

The following acts passed by the Leg-
islature of 190 have been vetoed by
the Governor:
An act providing for a study of State
forest conditions by the agricultural
experiment station of the University of
FloPidaIn eo-operati with the United
Stat Department of Ariulture.
The Umiversity of Floria having
been abolished, t Governor considers
that the law would be inoperative and
would tend to confusion and to cumber
the records.
An act to provide for the disposition
by the several counties of the State of
FlordS of the fnd arising from and
apportioned to the said counties from
the hire of State convicts.
The Governor says In his vetS mes-
sage: "I am opposed to the education'
of We youth of this State the
fund dertied fom the hi r- -Stat
convicts. This fund, If used I other
purposes thaendefray teost of the
convcton and of the
criminal oeta o the State, should be
devoted to the p t of the charitable
and corrective tituUlna of the Sate
and to the building ood road ad
not to education or MU Fort

seeton i of ti acst ie ot wwle- r ie-
"As a further objetonthe pv.
ion of section 8 proved for aid to
electors is too broad, and in the eitbs
where there may be ignorant and cor-
rupt voters it m bt eaume great abuse;
and for these reasons I object to the
act under consideration becoming a law,
and I desm it my duty to withhold my
approval therefrom."
An act to amend section 36 of chap-
ter 4822, relative to the assessment and
collection of revenue, as already amend-
An act requiring State officers to make
biennial detailed reports, and providing
a penalty for failure to comply with
said requirementCs.
The Governor says; "My reason for
vetoing this act is that the information
sought in detail can be ascertained at
any time from the Comptrollers re-
ports and the records of hs office, and
for the further reasons that the burden
of preparing the repor-t required would
require additional clerical assistance in
their preparation, for which noppro.
priation ps made
An act to require the trustees the
Internal Improvement Fund to pay
into the State treasury all money now
in their possemson, or which mae here-
after come into their posesson, for
the said Internal Improvement fund, to
make the State treasurer reubl
under his official bond for te safe
keeping of the same and to repeal
chapter 6246, Laws of Florida, relatin
to the disposition of the said money,
approved June 8, 1908.
In his message vetoing this act Gov.
ernor Broward-reeites the provisions of
the act of Congrems known as the
swamp and overow land act, approved
Sept. 28, 1860, and the act of the Flor-
ida Legislature "to provide for and en-
courage a liberal system of internal
improvements," etc. known as the in-
temal improvement law, mand creating
the Board of Trustees of the I internal
Improvement und. He then says:
"This law has been in force more
than fifty v and the Trustees are
granted uder this law the full power,
ses.ion control, and are vested with
responsibility of the money that
may be in the fund, from time o tfme
which is not subject to lalativ will
or direction. And believing. s I do.
that the acqunesence in or the dmislon
that the l tare hadthe power to
direst or control what dipWtmon the
Trustees should make of moo
that maybein theirhad from ti e
to time, for the prom pe bar of
their powers ad d In M a
ment of the lads and money-3 o

lish a preceded that wouM ad o
confusion in the dotser tn of t
4m duties of the Tmi
tm sptovmn ther fm -.'h
law, and deem it way dat to
my approval threfm


THR TRUE DEMOCAT. vI L L M. IIA. *U I CITacTS. TIO IuAKs w 1 iveeslv.
w- h aac igtoa- thw nt to re. .th .e rpqt o the .Oestgat 1 ity owe a debt
t L UUvs In his meosq vetoing the at to re-I -s wowe
Jest. CMAMa. qirethe Trstees of the Internal Im- the loasftobos willn b totg co tt of tachk MA I. the of a1 ad
PUBUsL2sW 3Vs Y FrIDAY MORmINO. provamet Fund to pay Into the State required to advertise for bids for tae XqItable Ufe Amuree Ca. to the m Oe etheb t wh" they -
-- treasmry all monys Intber posMsMion,excution of thSttoeprinting for the board ofdiretors wasrejectdl by dtt canever, .6M.-.l e ldes.
fntiredM as seemd~ a tts r usMua n.1. at etc., Governor Broward chite the swamp two years from October 1, 1906, to boy/, its piubiletion coulddothave been We have k swa for em of the exis-
the Post 0 a Toi n. ns. nor. undw land act of Congre, Lof IMe and the act October 1, 7. W.- than a revelation to the polley t 01A t Of
Act cal Coer sof Ma &IM-r ___ of 1866 creating the board, and declares As that bor i primarily responsi- holders. Its satem ots of facts do *s=losls, is emstaion wltr her
that the moneys controlled by the board ble for the acceptance of and payment not appear to have been even doubted, sil The publi gemrally
.- -t B",cr A. are "not subject to legislative con- for the work doa under State printing and they include se counts a the fol-.ha bn ap d that toa l part o
*t-U --se Th Nftrol." contracts, whenever complaint is made lowing: That securities of doubtfulor th wr met sympathy
subaertas, sMWl Per er, in Advaom. While it Ia tre that the act of 18661 to it of defleaiss in the character of actually small value had been un i thotdedh BeW Stah t sati I L we
Whlal It aco"omBatWithantwe
Adv.rtna ess on A.pp ..aion. vested in the board "irrevocably" the the work which would operate as viols- upon the society by underwriting -sy mnot pre ed for the statement
lands and their proceeds, is it not also tions of the aontract, it would seem dieates composed of Individuals who on1 te p ct of tha1dex. Senators
Tallahaae err, a, JaJe 3w 3M true that no Lagislature can "irrevoca- that much of the "rotten work" of composed a majority of the executive 0111ns d fAdmsvowd for the Ubill,
= :-- "- bly" bind and control the action of its which so much general complaint has and finance committees, including Proe- v wh tf~i, wlpefo gat d attke City
An unknown correspondent at Talls- sucessors, and that a law made by one been made might have been corrected dent Alexander and Vice Praident h Inde says that th people of
hase* ef the Tampa Tribune has Lagislture may be repealed or amend- and made to peas muster, by reprinting Hyde, both of whom the committee de- Lake City owe a debt of rtitde to
amused himself, and with little credit ed or modified by any of its successors? according to the contract, if the proper clare were "guilty of a serious breach these gentle" n for tr successful
to his own judgment, by anonymously If this is true, the Legislature of 1906 representation of the facts had been of trust;" that the president had ben s thia a confeao that ta presence
lambasting the Leoislature and some of had the right and the power to abolish duly made to the board by the several "culpably negligent" in his relations of the University is obeosiou to the
its investigating committee Those the board by the repeal of the act of officials for whom the work was done; with Vice President Hyde, openly en- pope of Lak City That they do not
who have seen this extraordinary screed 1866, ad therefore it had the right and that the defeats in the work were not couraging the practices of which he now wat a S tate sttin donomaet in
should remember that its anonymous the power to amend that law (and it so corrected indicates that the board complains; that salaries have been un- tion canbae riveT
wrstirt of Tallahaeeconcerningthe was amended subsequent to its enact- was not properly or officially informed duly inereaase, and that all of the offi Perhaps this the method that they
matters he discusses. meant and to change or modify it in concerning violations of the contract. cilas who were cognizant of irregulari- have adoted to servnotice upon th-e
h ---e at--g any manner it might see fit to do. So much has been said, however,-in ties in their several departments, and Buckman bill, that s "do not desire
The ok adae to the effect Is it not also true that for many the newspapers, In public and in private which are shown to have existed in the new University etob laced there;
the hit dog which howla, ie staa ncy years the Legislature has assumed con- -oncerning the character of the work nearly every branch of the manage- that they feel grateful that the old one
illustrated by the appearance, sine the trol of these very lands, granting them performed during recent years, that the ment, are equally guilty of failure to has been abolised and don't care to be
adjournment of the Legislature, of a to railroad and canal companies, the members of the board are doubtless now promptly correct or report the same. annoyed with another. thinly the
few ll-naturd and entirely undeserved board conveying the titles In accordance fully advised in the premises, and the According to the reports of the offi- f upon the of LAke City an
criticisms of that body and some of its with the terms of the several grants? board, as a body, cannot plead igno- cers the business of the society in May institutionthat do ot want.
committees. A remarkable feature of If the Legislature could thus grant the rance of existing conditions. was eight millions less than in May No school can thive in an..antago-
these newspaper comments and corr. lands, does Its power stop there, and It is therefore extremely probable 1904, the amount of insurance in force nized atm here. The- ablishm .nt
alpnd m te th fttm w tll-known chy not extend to the proceeds of those sold that in making the new contract for the June I was less than at the beginning oftaking The rsity is al, mom, polteal, re-
"of the late unlamented Jennings by the board? ensuing two years, and in watching and of May, and the record for June prom- ligious and intellectual environment
administration. Another curious thing occurred in supervising the execution of the same, ised to be worse than that for the month should all be favorable to its growth
As ted in mn, the connection with the expressed functions the officials composing the board will of May. and developmell thnt.
'e lcted in of the board, "to the purpose of re- adopt the most rigid and effective While this exposure of the methods round s before fixing upon a location
'enSAeols eity ictorc resulted in ate claiming said lands by means of, levees measures to protect the interests of the whereby the interests and safety of the of the State University.-A. C., in Pa-
tremendous victory for the candid and drains." Why was it necessary for people, whose servants they are, and to policy holders are imperiled may not latka Times-Herald.
for Mayor, C. H. Bi, who had been the accomplishment of thin purpose in prevent in the future, a recurrence of be "the beginning of the end" for the. Legislative Criticisms.
nomietd in a Democrat prl ry, the Everglades that a new board should the experiences of the past. Equitable, there exists no doubt that it. The last Legislature, as to its leading
The eiofts of his opponent, led by the be created, with functions practically In the first place, the proceedings of will hereafter be exceedingly difficult to members, was as remarkable for its
outgoing Mayor and the Dally News, to identical with those of the I. I. board, the board in the matter of opening and induce any one to patronize the society, economy as its predecessor was for ex-
disncL ldt h e primary a elet It and for Identically the same purpose? considering the bids are of the most vi- and the panic-stricken policy holders of travagance and waste. It is well re-
the polls and it seems certain that the The new drainagee commission" ap- tal importance. Evidence exists (and other "old line" companies will be on membered that the timely veto of
attempt will never again be repeated, pears to be quite a useless appendage was ready to be presented to the Sen the anxious seat until time and shrewd saved the State trom actual Iankrupt-
in Pensacola or elsewhere to the old board, although composed of ate investigating committee if the same management shall have convinced them cy. And the clamor which was raised
Under the Evergladrlnag6e law en- the same officials as members. Why had been called for and drawn out) that it is to their interest to continue to for even greater appropriations at the
acted at the recent session the drainage incur the expense of two boards, for concerning the manner in which the pour their surplus earnings into the cof- opening of the so on of 1906 evident-
commission authorized by the act has the execution of the same purpose, contract for the State printing was fers of the big institutions in the shape man bill wh ch abolished every institu- N
been organized by the choice of Gov. when one would have sufficed? awarded two years ago, and the circum- of "investments," when the chances tion heretofore receiving State aid.
ernmor Broward as president, with Still another feature, quite as re- stances under which the bids were are that they could much more wisely The DeFuniak school, the State Uni-
Treasurer Knott, Comptroller Croom, markable, is the reason given by the made four years ago, which, if known and cheaply manage their own accumu- versity, the Gainesvile Seminary, the
Attorney-General Ellis and Commis. Governor for vetoing the act providing to the board as a body, would have re- nations. itary academy and th t. Petersburg
sooner of Agriculture McLin as the for the auditing of the accounts of the flected lhitle credit upon it as a guard- The fact is, that life insurance as now Industrial school were all wiped out at
other members, and M. A. Brown, sec- I. I board by the State auditor, viz: Ian of the people's interests. Of course, practiced by the big-and little-"old a stroke, in so far as 8tats aid is con-
retary. The commission began its work That it was not broad enough to corn- now that the present contract is near- line" companies, is not for protection- cerned,bhmand provisiontwo tate forte es-
by designati the limits of the first pass the investigation which the Gov- ing its end, and the legislative commit- except as an incident- but for the grat- one for women and one for men. This
dralnaigedoteit, to include the area ernor seemed to regard as necessary tee failed to probe the matter to the ification of the spiritof acquisition, to was a sweeping and radical change, the
comment own as "the Everglades Half a loaf is better than none at all; bottom, no good purpose could be gained get a great deal for a little, something purport and effect of which will not be
and of thpre lands embraced ere and If, in practice, the auditor's work by dwelling upon that which is past, ex- for nothing. The only real, genuine pleetood until the change is corn
No a d t irank Har- should be found to be restricted by the cept to use it as a warning for the protection men secure through life in- But in view of the fact that politics
No one will deny to Hon Frank Ha- terms of the act, nothing would have future. surance is by the assessment plan, a cuts so great a figure in all smaller de-
ris, editor of the Ocala Banner, the been easier than to enlarge his powers The leaking of important imforma- purely mutual and reciprocal benefit, tails of our State affairs we must be
distinction of being "the Nestor of the at the next session of the Legislature. tion concerning the probable amount to equal to all, and dangerous to none. rdoned for the belief that the Leis-
Florida Press." Not only is he ( of These queries are not made in a spirit be required of any particular class or I .. ... a derby n eati, noth er ow-
the oldest men engaged in the business of captious criticism of the action of classes or items of printing should be AOUT LAKE CITT. litical machine who shal ve the w-

of Journalism in Florida, but he possess- the Legislature or the Executive, but carefully guarded against. The consid- While The True Democrat firmly be- er of selection of sites for the college
as a record far more remarkable than from a sincere desire to draw out, from eration of the bids in private by any lives that neither Lake City, nor I or universities that are to be estabiih-
any other Florida newspaper man can I those competent to answer them, such person or persons not members of the Gainesville, nor any other place in Fi>r- Why did not the Legislature do their
boost. His excellent journal, of which response as may inform the public ax board, for the ostensible purpose of ida possesses qualifications for the loca- diu and name these places? Are the
plted it fortieth year of continuous to the true state of affairs. ascertaining the relative merits of the tion of the State University superior to 10wise representatives of the people
existed under manage n The Talihaee True democrat re- respective bids, should be absolutely those of Tallahassee, and that than te small bod of regents created
may the Banner wave, and lo may fers to former Governor Jennings as a forbidden. The bids should, of course, Tallahassee possesses advantages in by them for that duty?
renisal Frank Harris he its able and carpet-bag Governor. This is evidently be opened and considered by the board! which others lack, its interest in the The visiting committee to the Uni-
distleruished editor! a fair sample of what that paper be- in public, and in the presence of all heated controversy now going on be- versit at Lake City had given that in-
A new trainbetween New York and lives to be true Democracy. Evident- bidders or their representatives who tween the two cities named is in a stitutlon a back ed bw asto ts
hicago is scheduled to make th run ily for the simple reason that former buildings, its attendance, etc., without
Shicago Is scheduled to mak the run of governor Jennings did in some way, mnay desire to attend. In short, there measure purely academic; and it be- ever touching upon the questions of in-
906 miles in eighteen hours, a speed of differ from the Ikeas of the Tallahassee should be no possible opportunity or lives that the Board of Control, in lo- subordination or want of discipline that
more than 50 miles per hour, Including per as regards policy he must be chance for advantage of any one bidder eating the university and the other has smirched the character of the in-
sp. mercor- braI ngruns esignatedas anca rper t governor, W1 I_ 1- ..atitutin. And while it is net e&ples-
te. ome reord-breaking runs on ignatedIng as a carpet-man Governor over another Nothing less than this State institutions, will scarcely be af- stitution. And while it is not a less
American railroads are: Michigan Cen- that comes from another State and will be honest; nothing less will satisfy facted or influenced by the multiplica- a crying shame that in the highest in-
tral special. April 27, 1904, Niagara there are thousands of them in Florida, those who propose putting in bids tion of words in behalf of one or the stitution of learning of the State, that
Falls to Windsor. 22B.* miles, in 191 1-2 and what would we do without them The character and business reputation other of these two contending aspi- a game of Astcuffs between the presi-
minutes; Empire 8tate Express, July simpl cuse of a difference of opin- of bidders should be a prime factor in rants. dent and a student sho occur. This
10 1904, New York to Buffalo, 44) ion. It is a pity that men with such emphasises the duty of the Legislature
milles in 76 minutes; Twentieth Cen- narrow ideas can stand before the pub- the decision of the board. Any person Actual evidence, however, differs to do its duty, and not delegate it to
tury Imited, October 0, 1904, Buffalo lie as expounders of political principles, who has been known or shown to have from forensic contention, and when others.-Braidentown Herald
to Chicago, 640 miles in 4i minutes; because no good can come to the tat violated previous printing contracts furnished by a competent witness is of The kgialative committee certainly /
Pennsylvania Special June R. 1906, Chi- aa w hle ysduh charactsati opn s should be summarily barred from the real value; hence we reproduce from the discover a rat deal of rottenness
uts. This is, in tru'h, a record-br 4 ak- of the Democrat, but differs with It as contest. Neither the State nor the Ocala Banner, whose editor has for when it investsated the administration
ing. age, and American railroads are to the manner of its ex reassions and board can afford to do business with years been a member of the board of of the asylum for the insane at Chatta-
mntaining their reputation most bl- feelings toward men who have helped that sort. The bids should be required trustees of the college at Lake City, hoochee, and this rottenres has been
Ianty giratly itn the development of the State to name the hbondren who will stan the following testimony concerning the ref tnd mm ttoe appointed y
The Jacksonville Ti.. -Union, with The only re-pose to the foregoing for the execution of the contract. And fitness of that place: the Legislature should make a thorough
characteristic enterprise and liberality, which The True democrat regards as at the widest possible publicity should be If Lake City shall lose the University int to thet elo
has devoted a large space on its editorial all ecessary or expedient is to remark given the call for bids, to the end that of Florida it will be largely her own a5 d algrace on ka and also see
page to the controversy over the loca- what every other reader except thU every printing concern or every individ- fault and she will haveherself toblame. hat ri al known h ondi
S tin of the several State institutions of Herakl must have noted that the ref- l printer in the tate who may be Almoist stl t bthp of Ue nstitu. tonsto exist iskicked ou of the isti-
leamrning provided for in the Burkman erence to Jennings as a carpet-bag disposed to ba i on the work may do sobeen madeiuneasy as the head that ttiounted and punisd.Volu.
college law and in each issue appear governor was the similarity existing be- undratandinly, wears a crown."
| trongly written at nment d in favor of h mthods ad those of Flor- urpritr friends throughout the From Kost to Sledd a period of more Rev. J. Edgar WIlson, rekiing ekier
the reonpectly v locate na contendin favor tween his method nd.t of Sr-tate shou remember that the State than twenty years It haaalmost been a of th Tallah ditrt. drooved in
therelmtiv leston .cntndng or.... Ourpr~to fieds hrulhutth Frm es itoSe, alms beriod of mohe Tlaae it~r

tme honor. "A Citizen," writing rom idea's former Kepublican carpet-ag I-......
S Tallaha e, had in Monday Isue one gov srnorm, rather than to the ig printin for '.he term beginning Oct. continuous repetition of the ame story. on as one day last week and brifhtened
fTallahaeem had in Monda s i hue on, governors rather than to the ccie r I will Include the printing of the Dr. Andrew Sledd, the present head our sanctumby his genial prese e. He
of tha mateffed, active art i that has ofhis birth-place The True Democrat r o of the university, son of a tdistiuished reports his diet inm ine condition hs
yet a red, uri the locatim of the in common with all true Florida Demo- Revised Statutes and several back vol- Virgnian, son-law of the fano or well, happy and hopefuL- r-
unversty asf the o llaha crat, repeats esteem andheartly um of supreme Court reports, be- Georgan, Bishop Candler, and as grand i Christian Advocate.
unerealty fwanttheat institution crated respects. pople who t skies other work which can be done and pure a man as ever put foot on -
se re, they shoua nld S km wem-oms all good people who come to elsewhere than at the capital. So far Flor soll, a man of greatIntel ua- has been hampered and at times almost
hereti y sho e and a Florida from other State, North and we m oneed, we want only a nd at of character and paraeyd.
mal adpa p to the =d t M South, .to make their homes among us fair dUr ev&e nerd wuae who desirU Ma trainihe partly l e ly ah the at
setting forth Inthe stronget terms oand become good citismno. w thoit sre- tfbh anw ai hrn to that f or / Hen Pnwahere cn Itwhenthea stkwng
vanta ge ss W theity as a lo-s b----lthef ofitw lof r estaat tsColma tSt n
cation for the univ ty, and select a It is said that the asylum will doubt- m Tedat A own rprentve. represntstiv were its worst detrt-
tr committee to appear fore the ls be moved betor.another two years The ittion is a veritable fery crl. It was se a wounded in the
hboaand present and re the me. have I it wasstatoned at Now onsale via G. F.'ud A. y.and furnace," throh which its pr nt oue of it fr
........... ,---- Tals e It would certainly be more C. and G. . to all Mout and ad oakare madeto pass like the Thim pple oflt Flo tans oMeofe l e
The number of visitors to Louisville convenient for the L-alature to in- Water Resorts. Egant schedule and Hebrew children of ancient times. City, are begimea to feel that the
last weet it is thought will exeed 100,- vestigate and the Cab t emers to splMdid sleeping car commetlons made Lake City has mittd the Institu- Univertbe located where it
000 That city has made elaborate a-r. oversee The uetkm that is doubts tol points. tionto beome m ad ap in its locapol- will n.t oe to thses eswatant
ranemetto entertain the old aol- troublitngsome, how ar these mam.- r to another information. pho Ities and ft tial l and to con i where t wi l be m loyally up
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Frihtfl C Occmrs the
Western Maryland Rfilway.


All of the Killed Were Imployes of the
Road Returning to Their Homes
to Spend Sunday.

By far the worst wreck in the his
tory of the Western Maryland railroad
occurred Saturday evening at a point
about a quarter of a mile from Pa
tapsco, a Lmall station between West-
minster and Flnckburg.
The death list foots up twenty-five
and this number is likely to be in-
creased from among the list of those
grievously mangled.
Paasenger train No. 5, westbound,
was running" at a very high rate of
speed when, at the point named, it
crashed into a double-header freight.
running east. All three of the en-
gines were reduced to scrap iron, the
express and baggage cars of the pas
singer were smashed and a number of
the freight cars were splintered. The
passenger coaches sustained little li.
jury, and almost without exception
their occupants escaped with nothing
worse than a bad shaking up.
Men Killed Were Employees.
All the dead were employees of the
railroad company, returning to their
homes in the small towns along the
railroad to spend Sunday. With the
exception of the train crews. they had
bern at work repairing the damage
done to the road about T en days ago
by a minor freight wreck. The train,
which was No. 5, passenger, west.
bound, carried a large number of pas-
sP-rgers. all tie coachese being filled.
Conirquently. as many of the
workmen as rc'dl do so went
into the baggage car. the re-
mainder of the gang of thirty-five
finding places on the platforms he-
tween the mail and baggage cars and
between the latter and the tender.
In the neighborhood of Patapsco sta-
lion, about eight miles from West.
minster, the Western Maryland ha.,
many curves. and that Jtut west of
the bridge crossing the Patapipco river
to a sharp one.
An extra freight, made up of heavy
coal and provision cars. was running
east. It should have taken a siding
to allow No. 5 to pass. Such were
the orders. Why they were disregard-
ed will never be known.for all those
who should have seen that they were
obeyed are dead.
The passenger train was running
thirty miles an hour, and the freight
was making good time, with the two
engines pulling It.
Just west of the bridge they came
together with terrific force, the three
engines being piled one upon another.
The fearful impact drove the passen.
ger tender into the haggale car and
demolished It and the mail car.
Heartrending Shrieks.
Hrartrmnnding shrieks from the in-
jurcd brought to the' sc.ie' !he inhah.-
Itants of all the farm hotises within
a cons;derahle ralli:is and thlse immp-
diata'lv e"tin nc 'p'nrg the victims.
P'arn.rs'r wives and daFuiht-rs, made
Itanrlagze of thp'r clothingg and house*-
hr (( linen an p' worl, -1 hl roelally amid
i t.r Lnd and grime.
AF fas a" th'%. roni.l I- e taken
f'r.n the" wrcLare the ( dad we-re
p'r', ,d aboard. 'hr train fo,- We- tmin-
F' r and tih'n ltakn to thatt town and
W:ie R',dgr.
The more serio n'v injired were
frr.t io Iialtn!mor. At te w unIon sta.
t'on in ta; city aho'n tho firim' train
1oa rof human wr'ckage arriveol fOie
patrol wagons and two arlniul!ti.e ,
wefre In waiting. When the-se were
fl!'ed,. express wagons were prerssepd
in'no ervlre.
At W a thrmsand people met the funeral
train, and as many of the dead had
friends and relatives in the town.
there were terrible scenes at the en-
gine house, where t ie bodis were
taken and exposed for Idetification.


CUa's Uold triot Crosses Duk
RIv aad Eventf l Carer
Is osed.
A special from Havana says: Gen-
eral Maximo eomez died at 6 o'clock
Saturday evening.
"El Claudillo" (chieftain) as the
great leader of revolutionists was
called by his countrymen, expired
at sunset in the presence of his fam-
ily and his old time friend, Estrada
I alma, president of the republic. The
end came quietly In the beautiful tem-
porary home at the seaside in the sub-
urb of Vedado.
The distinguished patient's illness
extended ever forty-six days, although
his health had been falling for
months prior to that time.
The admiration of the mass of Cu-
bans for General Gomez amounted a:-
most to idolatry. His death admit-
tedly is a severe blow to any political
Interest to which he was allied. He
was one of the most radical leaders
of the national party. General Gomez
leaves a widow, five sons and one
Only Saturday the secretary of the
treasury delivered to one of General
Gomez' sons a check for $100,00o,
which had been voted unanimously by
congress for the general's benefit and
approved by the president. This was
In addition to the $50.000 previously
voted by congress.
General Gomez commanded the Cu-
bdn forces during the insurrection
which broke out In 1895 and ended
with the complete Independence of
the island on May 20, 1102. lie was
born at Rant, Santo Domingo, In 1S36,
and came of a Spanish family. He
began life an a cavalry officer In the
Spanish army in Santo Domingo and
fsrvted during the last occupation of
Santo Domingo by Spain. In the war
with Hayti Gom,,z di tinguished him-
self at the hattie of Tome, where, with
twenty men, he rouit d a much supep-
rior force of Haytivns. When the
Spanlards were dlri..-n from the island
Gomey went with the Spanish troops
'o ('Cuba, and for a time was In garrl-
son at Santiago. Later, disgusted at
the manner In which the, Spanishh gen.
oral, Villar, treaftld some starving C(,-
ban refugees, for whom Gomez had
collected funds, the yoTnnrg letenant
spevred his connection with the Span-
ish arm..'. He became so en raged at
General Villar's conduct that he
struck the general. called him a cow.
ard and from that time became a bit.
ter enemy of Spain. He Jolned the
patriots In the Insurrection of 186o
and foueghtt ten years. being Cuban
commander-in-chief from 1873 to 1878.
succeeding General Agramonte on the
latter's death. As a guerrilla com-
mander he was unexcelled and with
President Cespedes and Argamonto
captured Bayamo, Tumas, Jiguani ano
In Puerto Principe later Oomez was
known as the "terror" on account of
the many defeats he Inflicted on the


While Peace Plans are Under Way Oyame
Reports further Progress.
The' fi;;eowing repo,)rt h.is l.een re.-
c "i ved TJ'fk.(o fric t. h. Manc'nurlan
armnl If
"In tIhe I Wayuanliaorniie district at
9 o'( lock (in I'i, n nrni.ng of .Julne If,.
360 of tht'** -n-n y'm r'a'alrv adrlaneled
agair.t Ku .:sth.,. tiui were' re iutI i4.
In the ('hatino' i- l r:e' (our advan, i1
forre ., af'Pr (',rVilij(g 1)i't the enemy
StatIontine at Simniie.rT ,,nK. ( i upit.id
the' pl'ri'e. In 'he T"*i'- amimotin d.-:rirct
mir (d.-tahm(-n', aft' r dislodging the
e'nemyv s ( .'ry ;tI .'a! w- hat' ii. IRht
miles west of Su(rf r.ral.'ng, oc c .P(ed
thu! village'.


(rer Was Ast;ons that Peace Conference
be Meld at The esger.
Th. ; .niliprte ntiarln-( (if Russia and
. Japan will tin< t in \\'ashlngton,. id'-
spite rumors *'t the s~seiF.ons of the
peace crnfef'ren(e mni'ht the transferred
to The Hague'.
The authoritative statement has
ben made at the Russian embassy
that Washington was acceptable to
RuNla, and will remain so.

"It cannot be!" the father stern
Exclaimed with angry phia;
Whereat the youthful air replied
All .obbi l', "It is.!
-New Orans Times-Democrat.
"I notice you never wear a watch
with your evening clothes."
*'No; I never have both out at the
same time."
"The duke Is dvad In love with her,
(?nst her"
"Hle is prepared to lay nil his llnbl!.
itles at her feet."

Knlcker-"A fool nitd his tncuey are
very soon parted."
Bocker-"Yes. but it's awfully hard
to part two fools without any m:oncy."

"Why can't you ei a good boy ':"
"Why do you want me to be good,
ma--because the good die young?"
Then she kissed i hlin auni permitted
him to be buid.-Houston Post.

"How do you like your Government
position ?"
"I'm greatly disappointed. I have
to work as hlrd to till the pince ap I
did to get it."--WNashington Star.


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right party."
lly dear air, there couldn't be asch
a thing. No party who was right

would rent that bouse."--PUladelphisa


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(In Effect April 10, 1905.)

River Junction and Pensacola.


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JOHN 0. COLLINe Proprietor.o
FRIise eo FloriDda MState News.
Published E verY M boring

OTin fa ;ri- In Maine thlak they
have ; ve% the annual egtm shorra;ge
pro'n by fmi':',lz t)i':lr Jtaltry on
app;.:: d;irinig the* winter. Presum.
ably thoe egg plant wou'llu't do.

Frankly w rconsldpr the seeried1s
and 'orlessl apple a step In the wrong
direction. It leaves no opportunity
whatever for youth to agW'qui.re habl's
of generously by giving away the core.

The greatest bill-c automobiles Ix to be held at Plik's
Peak next SRept*mber, but In that at-
tenuated atmosphere the machines are
likely to get out of breath near the

A Russian corr-epondcent. on return-
Inog from Martchurla, declared that the
Japs were not really good fighters, andi
that they owed most of their Nsucess
to Ruslan blunders. Had the Ru-.
alanm fared an (Grman army, he de.
clarea, they would now be trying to
defend SibeMria.

The fact that the world owes every
man a living dooe' not seem to deter
the world In tho -last from repujdiating
th- debt when the creditor hadn't got
thi bhuking of thef n ersnary "pull"
and "push" to make good the coller-
tlon. The world always was a faith-
buster, anyway,

The New York Tribune qtotPs with
approval a Iloirln physician who says:
"Oiut of 1000 girls who played th-e
piano before thi age of 12 1 ford ulof0
cases of nervous dils ns; whereas of
the amen niimblr who did not play I
found but I($) never bpe usIl( by a child Ibeforn the
age of it16. and only two hoirs a day
at the maximum,

The lurnau of Hiatintlns of the Oe-
partment of Commerce has prepared a
statement of the consumption of va-
rloimu drinks in the principal citile of
the world While the total Is natural-
ly rather formidable, there is much
difference of taste manifested by dif.
ferent countries in selecting the drinks
to which they give the preference, the
Louliville (Ky.) Courier Journal corm.
IBenl. Of lho non-alcohollc drinks.,
Coffee enilly hiblcll thu first plate.

Opt Itito thee Arnorli'an spirlt, alnmon.
lahels thp lounisvilli (Ky ) ('cerler ,Jour.-
Ial. Learn the vnilen of an hour. Do
5ot allow a solitary one of the proclous
*ours to flit past unutilized. If you
are at work, work hard and reap the
reward; If not at work, pick tip a good,
gbstatntial book and add to your learn-
lag; If you are not reading a sibsotan.
llal book, take some physical exercise
d benefit your health., But do not
|ie around and kill time. Stir yourself
)oday-this morning.

The Milwaukee bank president who
iaa embezzled $1,500W)0 las not altogeth-
Sbad: In bhi last address as preeldent
the American Bankers' asw)clation
be made "a sturdy plea for the high-
Nit standard of honor In financial deal-
agll." Also, be wan "noted for his
llgh regard for the maimus of llenja.
mIn Franklin." That he was distln.
Sulshed for the purity of his private
Ife goes without iayling, users the
lew York American. eIt him among
rou who has never stolen a million.
uld-ahalf dollars cant the first tone

Dr. Lyman Abbott. addlrejlnail a
adent convention nt NOw Ilaven,
an., declared that Amerliahn are a
wliesa people and that this I the
test menace the nation has to face,
added: "What the country nte.dil
o more wealth, we have wealth
ough; It Is not more commercial
prosperity, we have an abundance of
hat; and It is not principally Il ter
stelllignce, for we are very smartly
jat it Is an earnest and loving obldli
ce to law. We boast of our Indp
ndenc-s and think that means to go
r own way, and we go thpt way.
e black as well as the white, to
as well as the poor, the edcuatleil
well as the Ignorant, need It. for I
lleve the worst forms of law-break
are not among the poor and Sg-
Want but among the rich and edui

Watson Primary Bill Vetoed. Deputy Clerk in Trouble.
In vetolong the Watson primary .-lec- A big aensatioi was developed in
Lion bill, Governor Iroward aysy: f' ensacola when B. H. Burton, former
"The constitution of the state of dpeity clerk of the circuit court, was
Florida, section'16, article 3, provides u rrecsed on the charge of falsifying
that the enacting claiSs of every law c(ou'nty r cords. embezslement and
shall be as follow: 'Re it .enacted forgery. The arrest was made
by the legislature of the state of at the home of Mr. Burton, where
Florida.' I therefore consider this bill he' had tone, anticipating that a de-
defectlve, as the enacting clause i | ;'eou.mer.r such as oc-urred would
'Be It enacted by the state of Flor itransplrf. The amount which It Is
Ida.' a;ieged he secured Is $5,000. The

"As a further objection, there in no former clerk admits that he commit-
provision for the nomination by pri i trd some of the deeds. The state aud-
mary election of state offl.ers, ad tor hbaa been In Pensacola for nearly
section 1 of the act is otherwise de. a month working on the case.
fective. lituron In a brother-in-law to A. M.
"As a further objwetlon, the provli- McMillan, clerk of the court, and has
IoU of section 3 providing for aid to msirvd as deputy clerk for five or six
electors is too broad, sand In the' cI-tle years, and was considered one of the
where there may be lgnorint and cor- best and most efficient officers of the
I rupt voters It might abuse; and for the.s reason I olijt ,'10.
to the act under eonsilderatllon bheom- ---
Sing a law, and I deem It my duty to Work of Asaassins,
withhold my approval ihr'rfrom." The body of Oscar Brannan, a
prominent citizen of Plant City, was
Move for Consolidating Roads. found, on the road three miles from
The Havannah Trust company has that town riddled with buckshet. No
begun suilt In the UnInltd States rir- ls5 than six loads had been fired Into
cult court for the northern listr ri of th, body.
Floridla at Tallahasswe in behalf of Inv,'stlgatiou showed where at least
the first mortgage bondholders of the' lhre,' men had waited In ambush
Carrabelle, Tallahassee anti Georgia along the apIde of the road. Sheriff
Railroad company to foreclose' th,. JaA'AOn at once sent ldeputles with
mortgage on the rallrosdl and other ,bloodhoeInds to the scene., and posses

property of that company, whfrch me.
cure these bOwrlH.
This, It Is ntidJ.rttoro I o the first
step toward the actual ronsnlihda' on
of the Catrrabelle, Tallah iw Georgia railroad anid tho (;.-org!a.
Florida a1id Alabama railway, and Is
preliminary to tihe ultimate opening
of rail communlcation with thOe deept
wator harbor of C'urral,,efo s con.
templateld In the trust do'd l of the,
G'eorgia, Florida andi Alabama to the
Manhattan Trust company, rc,,nrltli

All on Board Were Searched.
A thief or thleven broke into th*'
United State. postoffic:e at Kgmont
K'ey and stole about threr. hundred
dollars in currency and bank checks.
The robbery wan "ronmitted while the'
postmlstrss, Mrs. Tom Ii. Morton.
was on a visit to Tampa, the, orffle'
heing In charge) o(f anl assistant, who
is one of the soldllers at theft for' on
the Key. The roblxbr has not yet
been apprehendi.l, and t iher.' 5 ino
slow to the porpetrato.r f the theft.
Ihe'n the Ulnltel iStalten governments
supply boat Alonio F (''iisilning rrlv
o( lit T'aUlipai wltl'i ti'w of f tlih, roh.
lh'ry on inntri'thir is frrm I l'ilt.l
Stat. ('ioirni.4Hislorne <'ran ,, all lof her
panM1s'riger were seea,'c'he'i as t hey
mt ppeuIl )Ionto tlit iloc'k,. ut iro t racp
of the in tilnf rg ionry wa ohtI aln or no oniuii fiiii)d Hlioar il Ii )ii whiorni
a iPspi 'lpc n c I e''Ite'l.

Ado f Iittrnian of ('hli ago, represin.
Going a colonI lallon co'nc'rn, reac.h'il
HI. Auigistinfn with lef-ters from l.oila i
I.araon, Northw,tterrn atg'nt (if the
Florida KIant ('Cast railway. Mr.
I)Itiman ham KOgn down thee coast for
the piirpose of nsel.ctinc a location

for thve 'estalillshaetnt of a foreign
colony. Hli will visit Daytona, Tl'
tuavllle, Fort I'lIr'e and Miami. but
nmout of his time wiIll b o devoted to
Investigating nlt i short distance
from Wsit l'Alm he,'ach, where there
Is 30,001) acrs nf fertile land ready
for mstleii.nent. Mr. DlIttman will not
declle dleflnitely on a location, but
will gallther Inforniation anci report to
the concern which he represents. onI
him retirn to Chicago Mr. LarsonI
fPls conflelu|nt, howee,,r. that the only will sIncnii Ie hloc'altel on the east

(i',',rdnor ilrowienreI has v0'tnet i 't'11
act pinssl hiy the' rrcenit ;legislaturF'
"to prm-vlle for thle llispoitlrni hy the
several eco ti-4 Ii'nf the state of FJlor
IdM of theI futnill arlsilig from and
appiortionl eil Ito the' mahli sev'ernl eirn
tihl u froinl the ii r i of stat.' onvicts
Thie' gi e'ri)r an.vs In hlm v.to me's
snagM I a" i oppeIe, ti t ihel el'icationl
of lthe yvoith i f lhil.' statr, from the
finlo ie,'riv'ed frim, the hlrei of state
convi ts 'rhis fund. If iusmed for oth.
er plIIIu;c'N t hasn defraying the' ent
of the c(lionv''tion and mialntenranc, oftf
the criminal ( nurtn of tlhe state,
shoilhl Ie' devoti|l to thli support
of the charitable asd corre tlie in
'tit tllon ioft flhe tate and to the
bu llimin of gornl roads. and not to
educnatlon or pe'nslens "

Governor llrowaril has appointed R
A. Crawford of Tallahaesse to be as.
distant state auditor, the new office,
created by the recent legslalture. He
also appointed Charles ). Clark of
Fliuntstown to he supervslor of con-
viet cam'Ds.

orIT CX(it e'j cit :zen s
ou'nlt r),, sc-a rching f
No c'lie' has bi-'
pi-er; olrittors-. Hranr
a Ie';PIfC'If c'itiZ4'11

are' scouring ithe
for tl m urldererst.
*en found to timlh
nan was known as
adn had no known

'l'i4e' l'orilda at ( Coait railway has
a arg,-' tiriamb(itr of phlpI lMIers at Mi-
nil for thle pul rpos' of lulllingi a mitm-
i',,r of ijarg i'. hoats, rec to be' usel
nil 'h' work of e'xtentilin g Ithe railway
t" Key ~WVe't. Captain (O)'arr,'l will
I'n .n (harg,, of the work He brought
,^I' h him ten master ship carp'atrieras,
nnIl as soon am the work is well in-
d'lr way a number of others will
he,, employdil Ii in reported that tho
ioripany will establish a bhip yard
with marines, ways of sufficient capac-
Ity for docking and repairing the lars-
',t1 craft that makes the port.

Mr. .John A. H. Ni'kels, wift of
I'urmarldefr Nickel's, I:. S. N., was pre-
s'ntedi with a beautiful loving cup by
ft!' crew of the l nU'eil Stateq sleam-
-hip Mangrove at P'enaceola a fe'w
iays ago, as a tokel'n of the high H .
t' tn Ii which l ht Is' hoh ld y thoet
who l ave- l.ie'e fion the' ve'esl with hei'r
fur tlhe last three' ye'ari. Mrs. Nic'ke'ls
will leave the e'se,-li at Port Tanipa.
rind will not rettirn South again, as
'emin anlhtr N cke'ls will lie proniotfd
:in th' liii neellatse future to the rank
otf captain. I' S. N., and assilgtied to
t(uloe' lItpeirtallt dulty.

.1. C. '. al. an engihineor on the Sea
Iuar(r. coinmittetd suiiede In Waldo a
f w days go. Hie took carbolic acidd
anil then oit lhim inslf. He lost his
wife about a year agu. and was very
much his little eirl to he'r grandmother'.
1ir South I)akota. andl left her to spend
the summer, and has only been back
it Florida two wekM. He wis one
of the best engineers oin the road, andl
was liked by all.

The contemplaretl new steamship
line via Fernandlna to New York.
which project Is mainly promoted by
the Naval Stor, F.n KEort Company.
lpromlses to be a big thingfi for the
port In which freight of all kinds will
tie handle. one sttearner a week will
ruin in th hie'b lnilng, bhut It is confi.
le'ntly *exptcte'i that within a short
t mi' the e. i'r l. e %ill l I greatly in-
c rea 'd.

At a ne'e'tinig if tilh Pensacola city)
comnncl, Charle'.- II Laniy was e|lectedl
,a rerorder. Thlu Is the first timne
in the history of the city that ituch
a position has h'.n hold. ills Plec-
tion wase ,ie ti the, fact that the' lgIs.
latuire passed a hill recently making
I compulsory upon the coine(ll to
elect a recorelter. t h'iq rllaeving the
mnisor from hohlilUnt |i)lcc eourt.

No u mthnl,'r of either branch of the
.egila'.aure of i93 'n can be appointed
by. the governor )to he a member of
the' tard of control provided for by
th' llucikman Mhil to manage the neu
ee'il'late system o(f Florida. The
Al% Justlces of the supreme court of
Florida agreed in this decision In an
advisory opinion submitted to Gov. -
e'rnor Uroward upon his request.

letters pa .nt have been granted
for the Nelb Rlealty company of Key
West, with' a capital of $15.000. to
deal In real estate generally.


Dealer In Hardware, Stoves, Tinware, Wageon

Carriages and all Kinds of Agricultural Implements,

Sugar Mille and Kettles, Mill and Plumbers' Sup-

plies, Farm and Garden Tools. Patent Disk Cultiva-

tors, BuilderV Supplles and Spertin Goods.

If you can't find what you want you

may be sure Yaeger has it.




Confectioner E Crocer


Telephone 32.



Child Bros. Building and Lumber Co.,


Plans and Specifications furnished. All kinds of buildings planned
and constructed according to the latest Improved methods.
Mill Work-Manufacturers of all kinds of rough and dressed lumber,
moulding, stair rails, balusters, porch columns, brackets, mantels, grills.
fancy gable ornaments and turned and scroll work of every descrip-
tion. Brick, Lime and Cement to* sale.

All orders will receive prompt
to be first class In every particular.
Office, Shop and Lumber Yard on

attention. We guarantee our work
Prices reasonable.
Seaboard Air Line. on lot South of
P. U. BOX /.



Schedule In Effect January 8, 1905.

67 43 35 36 66 50
Dally Daily 'Dally Daily Daily Daily
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Shall we have gme o for dinner?*
*Yea--ome of that chicken crw
quetl"-Cleveland Leader.



Isa positive f, all thoes paiafu
lmento of wnome. It will eatirel
cure the worst forms of Female Corn
plaint&, all Ovarian troubles. JInal.
nation and Ulceration. Falling sa
Displacements of the Womb and eMa
sequent &pioal Wekaeeas, and I
sl early adapted to the OCeugs q
7.0. Every time it will cure

It has cured more eases of Leuaor
rhasa than any other remedy the world
has ever known. It is almost lnallible
in such oases. It diseolvee and expel
Tumors from the Uterus nl an earlj
Stage of development. That

causing pain, weight and headache, it
instantly relieved and permanently
cured by its use. Under all "iroum-
stances it aet ain harmony with the
female system. It corrects

Suppressed or Painful Menstruation,
Weakness of the Stomach, Indlffestion.
Bloating, Flooding, Nervous Prostra-
tion, Headache, General Debility. Also
DIzZInuese, FaPlntsme,
Extreme Lassitude. "don't-care and
want-to-be-left-alone feeling, excit-
ability, irritability, nervousness, sleep-
s,. lessneas. flatulency, melancholy or the
"blues," and backache. These are
sure indications of Female Weakness,
some derangement of the Uterus. For
Kidney Oamplalnts
and Backache of either Sex the Vegeta-
ble Compound is unequaled,
You can write Mrs. Pinkham about
yourself in strictest confidence.
LTDIA 3. PINKRAi NRD. CO., Lry. Samn


To better advertise the SBoth's Leading
Business College, four scholarships are of-
fered youngK -p'rons of this oountyat les than
Speed the Parting Guest.
On sullivan's Island, a salute is
'flred from the fort every day at sun-
rise and sunet A little boy who
was visiting there did not know what
to make of the noise, so be asked
one day:
"What is that noise?"
"Why, this le sunset." he was a..-
"Well. the sun makes more noise
going down on this island than any-
where else."-Ethel Cohen in Little
The famous Jungfrau Railroad, In
Switzerland, is making steady pro,

The Longest Lawsuit
Spain boasts probably the longest
lawsuit in the world's history. It be-
gan In 1517 and is still sub judice.
The case, whelh concerns a pension.
is between the Marquis do Viana and"
the Count Torres de Cabrera. and the
accumulated sm la dispute would
have reached ftbulous millions had
not four centuries of attorneys, bar-
risters and court officials taken con.
siderate measures of appropriation to
prevent the sum becoming uawleldly.

He-Yes, whenever I see myself in
the mirror I feel that I am much bet-
ter looking than the average man.
Do you call this conceit?
His Friend-No; I call it distorted
vision.-Chicago Journal.

V- Kmov atU-rwettlleg la 8 to o
A "|-- dtoy; effects a p seanent cure
SIn B3oto 6oay Trieltreatment
i ^ -h fre. Wothbatgaa be fairer
Write t s. F

Mikes Fill Quart But Wilb Bllml(
r oa the market. Ask deer. or we
will se-d by mail pseka upoe reoetl pe I
m l a d ouM yr auJer'e same.
Baseas-McDowsau. Co.. Loe swlUe. Kr.



Covered **ad*m. Nmok a habu *-lde Sw.
tered A .., Pot Twmn*-Inw*Y Toer$
atill Cuted by CUeSrs .
"For twenty rive year I suffered agony
from a terrible hUmor, completely covering
my head. neck and shouldsa discharging
matter of such offeasivenee to eicht and
sme:l thAt I beeme an object of dread. I
consulted the moot able doctor, far and
near, to no avail. Then I got Cuticura.
and in a surpisong;y Phort time I was corn-
plotely cured. I asdvie all those suffering
front skmin lhumors to get t'uticura and end
their misery at once. bi. I'. Keye 148
Congress Strt, Uouton, Mass,"

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She had asked permission to use 0 mS to GrMny'S PrOpSltiO to
Sthe telephone while her mother tran- I a VE COiftrce to D)icuss Af
acted her business with the head of fao i Oocco.
1 the ofcee. A caller was an Interested f a rs i "0neCCO*
. listener to the one-sided conversa- A Paris special says: An Interna.
8 tion until. Just as the talk grew in- lonal conference for the considera-
tereating, she began to speak in .ion of the affairs of Morocco is now
French. assured,
"What was that girl saying?" de- practically assured, as the result of
* handed the caller of the bookkeeper. -he conversation between Premier
I after the two women had left the Rou ler and Prince Radolln, the Ger-
Soffice. "You speak French." man ambassador, and attention is now
a "That is just the trouble," was the directed to defining the scope of the
laughing answer. "I speak French; conference. Details are being rapid-
that girl merely thinks she does. I ly arranged and the officials expect
could not understand one word In .o be able to announce the plans for
ten." he conference in the course of four
"Then how do you suppose the 'r five day s
b other girl understood?" '
"She understood It because they This result, after the sowere strain
both studied under the same teacher. vhich tested the diplomatic resources
There is more bad French taught In )f both governments, has the effect
the fashionable finishing schools In ) relieving the tension, the officials
this city than any one save a French. )f the forolgn office and the diplomats
man can realize. Sh# used words I )f the German embassy agreeing that
never heard before, and yet I could tn amicable adjustment is near at
have told what she was trying to iand. Although the acceptance of the 1
aay."-New York Press. 'oiinfrence gives a certain measure of
i:ccess to German diplomacy, yet M.
Olovier emerges trom the controversy
"Myrtia," NERVYhe ol entle with the advantages of having brought 1
manyrthply," said the old gentle ; l;ermany to define exactly the s'ope
man. sharply. "that young main you if the confere-r.o and so to rld it of
had in the parlor last night Is dull thob conf l iing a tme ce It r
of comprehension. All I had to ldo
was cough when the other chaps re- F.rench interests.
malned too late and they would take Altholgh the bRsis of the conference
the hint and depart. Did this one !ais not yer hben settled, it is un-
say anything wl'eu I coughed last lerstood tlat the* two governments
night?" -iilistanlally agree on some of tho
"Yes," replied the beautiful daugh- na;in features Involved.
ter; "be said the next time he called (Prmnanv has suspected that France i
he was going to bring you a bottle Ihal doslgns on the sovereignty of 0
of cough syrup."-Detroit Tribune. Morocco, l ut the negotiations disclose.
,l that France had not questioned this
sovereignty. Similarly, It was disclose. J
SEVIDENCE. ,'d that Itrance had not designed to i
Agent-The insurance will be paid ntrr)t the present territorial status t
as soon as you submit the necessary ,itrt) of Mo roceo. This appears tou
proof of death. ha eenf Moroo. Ths app hiefars to p
Widow-Proof! Do you think I havX been one of aermany's chief op.P
would be wearing those hideous na any cange In Moro<
black clothes if te were alive?- -os states quo might involve an ult.
Judge. -mate French protectorate similar to c
Judge.that never Tunis.
With both gou, rnments favorabloto 11
ALL HE FOUND. the soverignty of Morocco and to her w
"I trust," the new joke contributor rritorial and political status quo it c
wrote. "you may find something to r:-niains for the' conference to adjust t
attract you in this batch." he (equnallty of commercial rights, as
"Huh!" grunted the editor. 'I find manyay deires this assurance from ,i
an error in spelling. The word iatnrna i onils thin assurance fron i
'batch' should be botch.'--Phlad eal conference ln-al
phiat Ledgerof thlrougiih thi operation of the Ainglo I,
phla Ledger. French agrerne'nt. Therefore, the (.on-.
Sf're<-nce in not likely to consider chang c.
FOOD IN SERMONSe. s in the politlal status of Moroc, o
reed the Domini alst Man the S nes but rather International reforms and It
..----- commercial privileges. c
A conscientious, hard-working and A Berlin dispatch says: No adequate w
eminently successful clergyman writes: view of the German feeling over the ti
"I am glad to bear testimony to the Moroccan affair can be presented with. li
pleasure and Increased measure of )ot making note of the general be.- t
eciency and health that have comet lif in naval circles that Great Brit. l
Ime from adopting Grape-Nuts food as aln Is seeking an excuse to check (i
one of my articles of diet. an is ee an to k
o"For several years I was much di- .he great progress which is making Pr
tressed ddng tbe early part of each iin the German sea armament. Thin
day by Indigestion. My breakfast, belief is widely expressed among naval to
usually consisting of oatmeal, nmlik antl officers of all classes. It Is their s(
eggs. seemed to turn sour ai;d failed v 'w that Great Britain would be will-
to digest. After dinner the headache Ing that Prance should suffer on land
and other symptoms following the if Britain thereby was given a chance.
breakfast would wear away, only to re- to destroy the German navy. C<
turn. however, next morning. As a result of this feeling there In.
"Having beard of Grape-Nuts food, I great activity In the German navy.
finally concluded to give It a fair trial. and it has never been so alert or of
I quit the use of oatmeal and eggs. anrd No perfetly ready for defense as now. P
mnnde my breakfasts of Griqpe-Nuts, O
crenm. toast and Postom. The result WALLAC UIT PANMA Im, I

was surprising in improved Ijealthi sid
totil absence of the distress tlit haid,
for so long a time, followed the morn-
long minel. My dliestion become
once more satisfactory the heandnehles
ceased, and the old fee'lilng of enPergy
returned. Since that tinie, four years
ngo. I have always had Grape-Nnts
folI on my breakfast table.
"I was delighted to find nlso. that
whereas before I began to uce (trnpe-
Nuts food I was quite nervous and be.
came easily wearied in the work of
preparing sermons and In study, a
marked Improvement ;n this respect re-
suited from the change in my elist. I
am convinced that Grape-Nuts food
produced this result and helped me to a
sturdy condition of mental and physical
"I have known several persons who
were formerly troubled as I was. and
who have been helped as I have been,
by the use of Grape-Nuts food, on my
recommendation, among whom may be
meUtioned the 3ev. -, mow a ml*-
alonary to Chinas." ame given by
Petum Compaly. Battle Creek, Mich.
"Therews a rea=om."
Read the little book. "The Road to
Well9llle," al each pkh.

Such Is Rumor from Colon Anent the
Departure of Chief Engineer.
A dispatch from Colon says: It was
pulbllcly announced that J. F. Wallaceo,
chief engineer for the canal zone, who
sailed for the 'nlited States Jiun IG;.
was going home by order of Secretary
Taft, for the purpose of a consult.
tion on Important matters prior to the
sailing of the secretary for thli Phil.
Ipplnes,. and that he was not likely
to return to the isthmus until his
annual report had been wrl'ton and
he had secureI a rest.
I Since the departure of Mr. Wallarc,.
however, ;t has been said in Infiuerntial
irrcles that he does not intend to re.
turn to the Isthmus to resume his
position of chief engineer, but hat
he has gone home to confer with Sec.
retary Taft on the subject of his rew.
Ignation. The fact that Mr. Wallace!
went home, accompanied by his wife
atj two secretaries, seem. In some
quatenrs to lead credoene to the ru-.
mor that he does not Intend to re-

1 LA IJJ'ILJU.U I e Le e i IOI


Intention of Assassins Was to Kill
Every Member of Family.


Negro, Arrested for Complicity in Mar-
der of Carter Children, Tells Story
of Heinou Deed.

The confession of Alf Moore, the
negro arrested Saturday for complic-
ity in the Carter assassinations, has
added to the excitement In Valdosta.
Ga., and 'he Hahlra district, over the
murders. He has told the full story
of the plot from Its Incipiency, de-
tailing the conversations he alleges
to have had with the Rawlingsathe
deal made with him for his partici-
pation in the affair and the acts of
himself and the Rawlings boys on

the night oa the tragedy.
He says that Rawlings hired him
o come front Ivey's cromstie camp,
where lie was working, to kill or help
kill, the entire ('arter family. That
v.hen he reached Rawlings' home he
was taken to a small vacant house
nearby and kept there until the night
of the a3rassination, his meals being
carried to him.
He says that Rawlings and his boys
joined him at this house on the e**en-
ng of the tragedy and that Rawlings
old them to go and kill Carter and
iis wife, then the grown daughter and
youngerr children, to throw their bod.
es In the house and to set the place
)n fire after taking all the money they
would find.
The premature appearance of Wil.
t ('arter and his sister in the yard,
where they went tom door a sick
alf. thwarted the original plan to
ill Mr. and Mrs. Career first.
After the boy and girl were shot
own (arter began firing on the' as-
assin and Moore states that ho then
came fr!ghtene'd and ran away,
making his way hack to the cronstle
amp where he was arr,sted.
The officers are working on other
important ovidenc'e and while a dis.
closure of the nature of this evidence
would tend to defeat the ends of Jis-
ce and needlessly Increase the pub-
c feeling over the crimes, they In.
mate that other Important develop-
lents are likely to be made in a few
ays. Ono or two other arrests will
probably be made soon.
None of the prisoners are allowed
see or communicatee with any per-
ons except their attorney.


Mocerted 4cties el l Takes to Oiesemde
Car from Ceocledieg Peece.
A St. Poteraburg special, under date
f June 19. In as follow,: The war
arty has hy no means silrrentiered.
n the' contrary. lacke'ld by the nill.
ary ele'ri n't. I I niakring a concert.
I effort to illstmuade the', ,i'miceror from
inchiding pe'ar, Evtin with the two
rnies already clitichTing rrniembl rs of
e war pirty aire filling St. lPeters-
irg and PetlirhAf with optimistic
ews an'l IeUitl natnit (;e'no'ral line.
tch anld hW' lie*it<'tiiuits are rein-
rring their ani glente ir with romn ate
ports of thit strite'gi' sitliiStion.
any Itinislan corres; ,I)nldenI at the
ont. evidently inspir-'i fron SLt.
otersbturt, are' fleniltig their papers
th dispatechel in the same' strain.
The Novoe V'rtrnya's correspondent,
his zeal against the' 'oncluilon of
humiliating peace, points to the
sards for the government in dis-
nding an army of half a million
Pn without giving them a taste of
access. and expresses the fear of dan.
roIis cone'qiirTiees The' same cor.
spondent. however, chronicles the
t that tbe rank and file are Indif-
rent and concludes:
"If peace can be obtained without
Scessilon of Russian territory, or
cod money, then peace by all

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Tin Work of All Kinds.




Negro Ecursilssats EBaoe I a Fierce
Battle and Esvtet are Shot aad
Cut to Duath
Riot, pitched battle, blood and
death were all on tap on a negro
excursion train that pulled out of At-
lanta saturday night at 8 o'clock on
the Southern for Columbus, Ga.
An inventory of the killed and
wounded was taken at Grin,. where
the train arrived at 11 o'clock, and
showed that eleven negroes were
shot and cut to death, six were wound-
ed and three of there are thought to
have mortal injuries.
The authorities of the Sotuhern rail-
way claimed that the pitched battle
began before the excursion train pull.
ed out of the depot In Athata, and
that one of the negroes found dead
when the train pulled into Griffin had
been kllleJ In the Atlanta terminal
When Chief of Police Phelps enter-
ed the train at Griffin, the sight that
met his eyes was, according to his
own statement. the most frightful bh
had ever green. Four of the dead noe-
groes,. whose names could not be
learned, were found lying In a heap
in the aisle of one of the cars, while
the wounded were scattered about,
some of them hanging over the seat
tops. The body of one dead negro
was found on the tender of the en*
gine. Indicating that the engagement
extended d over the length of the en-
tire train.
Many Jumped from Windows.
The feature of the pitched battle
that may turn up the largest results
was the fact that only a few negroes
were found In the reaches when the
train reached Griffin. Most of the
nogroes aboard jumped through win-
d top speeded. and it Is expected d that a
inmbiir of these will be found either
dead or seriously injured. Most of the
negroes on the train were from Mo-
lena and Concord. Ga.
Window glass was found shattered
and scattered from one end of the
train to the, other. Seata were over-
turned and jerked out and blood and
hair ornamRnted the floors and sides
of the ears. The devastatloa was
complete, and the impression of those
who entered was that a cyclone had
passed through only a few moments

England imported last year some.
thing over 10.000,000 bushels of apples.
a large 'proportion probably going to
make plea for American tourists.


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- A *'n*n

BDAI.F RIN~fi ~4t"4.M
Pretty Girl Su ffervvl Fromt.Me'rv..
ota&sw.qaa and Pevci C~(iteartrh-.
Fou,&d ssirle Rset#f in,

Ma Mw NdI lotbinv' 4 fItand street,
Maiden, as writer
"I'eruna waim reominendsl' a year ago as an *irelllelit imlrdy t.i the
troubles pecuiialr to our sea, and asi li-f rid
that all that wi si4 l ofi ithll nipd rilel wians
true, I a pleased t'o eiidorieu it.
'I be~su to wea' tI atlbout iamen
lmethse go flr wreakne aind nder.-
ownese, ca.e ed from wor'erork and
alepa.lsnea, and /omn l that in as
few days I began to grow lrong. mV
petite inoresead and I b60Un tI
salp better, coneiDPeetlv mV norc,-
*uas pe psed awao arnd tIh- eak-
weas in Ifh polete et ran seon fts.-
appearetd and I hae been will
antd strong ever tines. "'
Address Dr. M. H. Ifartman, l'reide.it
of The Hl artmani Manitiiriim, C('linihise
.O for fren e vietndiu el advice. All .orres-
pondance itriu'tly re-eifideitiel,

You want only the heat

Cotton Gin

M chinery
Ask any rxperlenced
(lInner about

Pratt EagleSmith

Winship, Munger
'We would like to Mhnw
you what thousands of
|o longrcumlompre siay.
rite ifar ratalo andm
tOllmonlal booklet.

Continental Gin Co
Clbasl*t t'.. Atlanta. (a.
Iul'm ..h.em Al .
nMopl-l Te..o ahli.o Tat.
New son ass Tel.

Avery & Company
4. South Vrompth B., Atlaa, Gca.


?F rit prraro if Iv -iiril, \ *'o -i rntri'rinui
rll' i, l lo- i- f r-t N tr'itm 'r'r . l rlnl hiot Il ni l treatll r fro''.
.r I 11. i ,K m. I, ., ll Ar.oMh t 'hlhi I'H.
A Loindlri miYl i,, er liu.emi Oi.ie'e a joke
depir lin nt.
T .o' livme H.ly.
T. 1). Meadir write'. llHave fvl 'hili(rin
mlil illill'r Ii ,i'lrlitnltmoe'e would I te
withumit IT. D ll.et r Itliir'Iklelberry ('ordllal In
my ullom'., re >.oplallly Idurrin, the fruit sea-
iwon. 'I tin rultlin Itn'. I Iil is very gratify-
liJ. IFur all ieiloilah lld liNwel trIouiibles.
Iiddhl Iy all rirggiits iattil and A'4. bottle.
T)aiijir.r, Itir reat .mlpniiniee rtragedllan, is
Illlo U 111imi I l. Ifil ll mlli l

- ,, ', -,r --- S r Wt~~ I V 'S rUT~T





It Is Frequently Worth While to Ad.
m it .Our Own Fault.
"Dut don't you think," Doctor Mere-
dith said, gently. "that we omnietitnea
win our greatest victories Just by-
giving In?"
"It'* the principle of the thing," Miss
Mary insisted. "That woman means
to be disagreeable. If I let her ride
over me in little things-"
"Maybe she's only tired-too tired
to take the longer way round the grand
to the well. And as for having picked
that daffodil-did you never feel hun.
gry for a flower, or the sight and touck
of some beautiful thing?"
"But I wouldn't teal it!"
"Steal it?" repeated the old man,
his eyes on the wlid-ltossd blossom
beyond the gruvel walk. "Steal It from
witorm? It was God's earth and air,
God's rain and Piinnhine that brought
It Into being. That duiffoli may have
Meant much to your neighbor-"
'"H; It's th' plprin-iple of the thing.
Bruely you don t advocate-"'
'"Mliit .Mary,'" the. do'or Interp(*r-d,
gently, "I've lived almonlt twice as
long itv' you htavi uianl I'v romr' to t-
lie'veP 'hat the re ii r: y (ion'- ndish],.n-
s Ile ijrln rilpl, nrl tl a t I % vf W. e\V
can never really know the pial) nril
wearint-a of ariother'- tife. Only love
can iunditrtandi -, little.'"
It w.ax the ine.xt afternoon, when
Mi,:* Mtry wae wo-oding he;,r thf
whitewasheid ftio- o. that vo'es solriid-
etl on the ofro.r side'. Was It Docor
Merdillth 's? YetJ, and "that woman n.""
"It hue done her a world of good- I
jiift that one hlosrom. They -ined to
grow in our old home, and it's bes-n
years aince she's even smelled one.
I meant to ask the lady for It, but she
seemed so kind of-hard-"
"Btnt he isn't, when you really know
her" tlie doctor said, and tears off
gratitude sprang to Miss Mary's eyew.
"'Well,l" the other retiirned, "we'd
had sonti words about the path, and H
I'd made up my mind not to speak to
her again, and-"
"And you wouldn't give In?" The
doctor shook hi. head with a wistful
smile in his kind eyes.
"My sister salad I was wrong." the
other returned. "Hite tays ufi we near
the border-lanel, things like that don't
seem worth noticing. Oh. If you knew
how that flower hum' helped the time
to pass with my rlter' It has almost
nimade me want to go to the lady and
thank her, but of r'oire sheP wouldn't
underp4tand; she'd only think I was
giving In to e't niorr, and so "
On the other 4ide of tho' fencre Mies
Mary Wai t iitherin' r i g roait cluster
of golden lilhhcn oni. There waio a new
light In her eye'. W\\a It from the
bri lhtni-w of the h'lomem before her
or lthe ridliin '1' of thIe joy of "giving
it"? YVoithi 'oin m ) ilon.

To,ur;st (in ArizonaI flow's the
de'thi rate. In til-l town pretty high?
T"ratiil u in Timi High, nothing !
Id.l n' iloin't co('ist r a cent In this
ynre ramp, pard. Y iu kin git it free.
an' quiirk. No fir; we. ain't so
sting we've fixedup l la Phedoole yet
awhile!- ('CI v.-land leader.

"Manniph sort of a girl."
"in she. really?"
"Yes. She used tMe telephone t(..
day for the flret time In her life and
she didn't giggle once."-Pblladei,
pbhia Press.

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"If you heliel'e you wi4iltI hei ap-
pier away from yuiir tiiiuhliiid, why
don't you leave hiln ?"
"Because I'm atrald he'd be hap
Pr also."-Houston l',st.

The most fashionable part of Swits.
. erland, the 15ngadine, is to have a
Suatala railway.


Crab Orchard


Il'irnlnant. r Iio t h P t., Ons O NO An,
Have Periewn. Dbefert-Aestylonoi- m,
Wittl Ift e(iro. V envowrlng. Yet *oft
rialuS Calln Hwrz the IEfy...
New York. June >'1. No one can go
Inilo our schools or nii''t a gropil of
clilllreii on the street nilhtilt iioth-Iing
bow ;i rige au numi -r of thIem wear
Ispeci'ft'l|es. "lie proportioiU seeis to
hiererse yearly, n.uld Ihler- tire ti:unny
more who oigliht to war c ', The
exipr; nle (of one Ot, e lIphr miuight be duu-
li'. at'ld by fhie score. Sli- knew Alice
waiI liattenilve and oli<. thought she
axi l irilltiinllj' stuipllS. 'She !:ild no
to i.i prillell(lni ind ..lnt a note to
I li motetlier. requestii thalit thle ehlld
lo l i lil'll'l ot |lioii'p If i lf wijhed her
Sto keup up i Withi lher ;iM. Iwre a rlt,-r :i lln<,klk orrd *.-rl- hn;;m ti>i). ilih
I-li rlier (i :iel lili thel I lii:! :ita l tfounid
lti'i lti- 1. :1l n1 t pspeen l liit hiiid b 'ell
4 rillt, Ii. !wi w Iu klpt ;.fter school
1 10l Ily Ilint (of llild l \ '.h tli, ; (e l-t; <') -
fit'ili f M iln\ ('. ro m id tlh;i: A lt 'p lindl
l uNi- I' '-it :i lle :o ti' liw hat iit lout
(Ili flit Io,;i1r I ;ii l -thati h .r headli i a d
'l ,l o 'fi fltc, n i:iil ., liririd tMh t lio
fr''li'-;;: ly f.iJl1l to I. ;,' lwhat t w as
: iill.
Sir Ii n citillilin wii'vy Ihi Ient u id by
:i Ik o <'ni liim i..4 it Is i illill v d i. t o lipfloor
:ii.ily of h Il :irtifti .al li L;. 'T'le .vel-
ln ii'itf'i init li.hlit of the orilinary
l.aro,-rii !,::mpiJI, will lI t -ll-oky r Ii-
III l, IK : tlli tl :is lin 1l 1fi tfl: lp ey M ,a
en it lie Ii,:;It (la T'l<' l k 'riiug lii ht
frouim n <,'inl asi lt et i-' Il t Alie l tter.
idil ev 'l thelip i ele rl' li hlit. hl illiant
:i If 1 -':iilly I i, Il i i i istiia ine, i
di. to 'ii hi ntlon in plowe'r. iiiul n gl!nire
jo' 'ilihr:y i'rying to t#lh Ili'riate' nerves
orf i0glit. T'l o, riiip,: r/ti Iuliiiiiina t :no' tt.yliei wnu pirio cenli'e an
lie'irl y le'rfio t ani nrtlit(iil lilit n has
3'It bIo l'l found. It grive"' n eif 'lr white,
Iii nw .r ii light. Nl'ory lirillin tit, yet
.ierrtctll. .oft, iainl iinonrly Ilke thli
rnaiiy. f lip e i that eve'r, colors up-
poi- r tis in inylighlit.
I''ortinnlfly, iac-tyli'r is. vpry e4'lly
Snidl -li cn l proilulietl, :iinlt tie almplile
nirppar'ati nitl nic'"P nary 'iin le ltirehiisel
uind itritniledl lu nfiy lii,rnie at n very
mio'rih' t 'i ct. iw'l i the' fie't.ylene lIt lpil|iid to 'nviilEiienlt pollnti In the
hioii' w luhere at lllit In Ineleded. It in
then lightld ]l a:nd extiiiniiihp'd and iUed
cx:i''tll. like com 1n1iiio1 city g:is.
Acrvl.'f -i Ie rIalilly froinlng Into
co0iinii0i uiMe I n lihoeiies. chluurch'ls,

III iti the hI limnile i ncre.i 'ses, there
wll ,lie f w4-r detiifrtiv'e eye<, pnrtinil-
lirly 3,ii;i ellilhlr'lui. PT' i r (e 'gv it
mnil Iliwe rimany Illv ri'iultling tlherecfrlomi
will uindoiilitedly lie muiich rp-eiu4 ' the' lie.

Sour Stouaih

**Issed selaitiiilii^ mo
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MmilingMemwdy Co.. ChiseoorN.T.
UlmKAS" "A T10"IWUlPu

a "71 tviuc
o ~ mnwh o w !Ulua 164 i
Ci *theft.of soldloswbo bY"
duam:pu1":mo7 noa 'cecin 7 ap
erwy. or (0 1 bp 1 e0
pb.TO MONjAXA-A -v you thinkahiao'erma-v
I' sello Cm? IPlniW. In tat~ieinor f 11
due isan slob lmae, mo ,'0ff.w laiu
ant el alo tmtieiti P. Add""~. loit.".W

we Wo $1000
w forfeit A D
This amount, if I W
by analysis or chemi-
cal test, Checkers is found
to contain any Alcohol or the minutest particle of Morphine.
Opium, Cocaine, or any other dangerous narcotic drug. Checkere is
perfectly harmlee and only contains sufficient concentrated California
Orange Wine and imported Oporto Port to preserve the medinal
properties of the formulary and render the scientifcally ps ed
Cod Liver Oil (which it contains.) palatable and agreeable to the
weakest stomach. Checkers curesHtomach; Liver, Kidney, Nerve and
Blood Disease, Catarrh, Bronchitis, Coughs and Colds, Neuralgia,
Rheumatism. La Grippe, Heart Disease, Indigestion, Malaria, Chill
and Fever. Nervousness and general Debility. It checks Consumption
and i a good medicine for all Female Complainta. Get one of the
large dollar bottles today, you may forget it to-morrow, and the
disease will obtain more sway by delay. Sample free-if yon writ.
Cbeckes Medicine Co., Winston-Balem, N. C.

Let Libbyou
Serve Your Soup
Tomato,Julienne, Consomme, Chickh, Mulligatawwne, or Oitail will please the most
aslihdous. They l e quickly prepared-deiicious to eat---tways satiltactory.
Libby's '?. Food Products
Corned Beef Hash Bonel-e- Chicken Vienna Sausage
O Tongue Soupe Ham Loaf
Towu Groelrdhae them
Libby. NoMelll & Libby. Chsionae

To oure, or money refunded by your merchant, eo why not try Itt Price Oo.

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Dyspepsia I

3 Sick Headache

The Three "IsI" Tbat Make life
a Surden.

Nature's Great Remedy
In Use for Almost a Century.


a qe~i ** Ms a & SIASOA tb I W RAILWAT.
tes.I.Ias .IThe folwlug Is the text of the GOV- e Car fom Alameso*
ernortsaman" law:C
PUM3MLSMD EVnY FRIDAY Io. An act to o for the o aqltion P it
Sof a site, theretion and Portsm t, Va., May 10, 190.
Cme come furnishing of a mansion thereon for the The Seaboard Air Line Railway an-
Cons,some, gentle f In thi Governor of the State of Florida, and nounoes the inauguration of through
scblefor the. Florida Universly making appropriations for the nAM, Package Car ServiL, Atlanta, Ga., to
f oret that the seminary fr S to 8 Jk Ga., tot"
don' frEs thalt sorth andwr urnos pertain thrto.Jacksoknville, Fla., proper, and Florida
young im es. e having.- Section 1. The Governor othe State, territory. Car leaves Atlanta at 2.00p. D
Th lono bn h. the Comptroller and three suitable per- m daily (.xoet Sundays), arrives
New lot of umbrellas parasols sos i of this State, all conti- Jek vlle 6. pin., following after
heap at lvas. tute a commission to be known as the n>on scheduleof IT hours. Shipments omi
The Jacksoville Metropoes thinks "Governor's Mansion Commission." of will ne ready for delivery at our freight
that the State asylum for the insane which Commission the Governor shall dpot, foot of Julla street, Jackson-
should be located in that city. Think it be chairman and the Comptroller the via, erly following morning. --
will be getting nearer to the raw mate- secretary. The Governor shall select This car will abo contain freight for .0-
rial, ehT-Trep4eI and appoint the three citizens to be TAmpa, Orlando, Gainesville, Ocala,
Over $60,000 paid out for apeal members of the Commission provided Live Oak, Tallahas:ee and other Florida
counsel to do the work that shoulhave for herin, and they shall be choun Junction points, which will be transfer-
been done by the Attorney-General! from different counties of the State, red into package cars running from
Think of that, all ye who applaud the and he ma fill any vacancies that may Jacksonville to these points, andshould
alleged "business administration."-- ~ rd the enti" ncm thrweo* reach destination the second morning
Lake City Index. The terms of the office of sucn ( ommis- after arrival at Jacksonville.
The Times-Union of the 9th inst has sioners shall expire with o pletion Package freight from Birmingham,
The Times-Union o f the 9th inst has of the purposes provided f by L is act, Kioxvil.e, Chattanooga, Rome. Nlash-
notice of the incorporation of the Semi- and the three Commissioners to be vil e and western points, routed via At-
S nole Prues Bick Company. Among the appointed shall be paid only their actual lnt and Sebord Air Line Railway
mincorporators appears the name 0 one expenses while serving as such. or via Birmingham and Seatoard Air
of our citizens, Col. Raymond Cay. Section 2. It shall be the dutv of the LineRailway, will be transferred into
The capital stock of the company is Commission as soon as practicable after this package ar at Atlanta. A
Embroidery greatly reduced next appointment to select and acquire a lot We respectfully solicityour patronage
Embroidery greatly reduced next or tract of land within the corporate in support of this excellent service.
week atEvans. limits of the City of Tallahassee or its R Cheatham, A. G. F. A., At- 4
There should be organized in this vicinity as a suitable site for the erec- lanta, Ga.; J. G. Cantrell, A. G. F. A., W
county and city societies for the preo- tion of a building or buildings thereon Birmingham, Ala.- C. P. Pitchford, C.
vention of cruelty to animals. And to be known as the Governor a Mansion, A.. Atlanta, Ga.; C. S. Allen, S. F. A.;
then the societies should see to it that and to select and approve plans and Atlanta, Ga.; E. D. Kyle, A. G. F. A.,
all laws governing such matters are specifications for the construction of Jacksonville, Fla.; C. T. Paxton, C. A.;
riidly enforced. It is a shame that such building or buildings and for the Jacksonville, Fla.; W. F. Mundee, T.
faithful dumb animals should be so complete furnishing of the same; and F. A., Tampa, Fla.; A. D. Williamson,
ab used any where, any way or at any shall contract for the building o01 T. F. A., Live Oak, Fla.
ti ne. such mansion and necessary outhouses ..
The reports of the legislative investi-' and fences, including the painting of "No NMau Cared for My S l." l
gating committees of the conditions of the same and complete furnishing During one of the noonday prayer
the State insane asylum and of the thereof, and for the proper laying out meings at the Wesleyan oonda pemoralyer
University of Florida are now being at- and adornment of the groundssurr( und- Church last week a religious drummer
University of Florida are now being at- ing the samr; and to advert se for Church last week a religious drummer
tacked by those in charge of the two plans and spnecifications and for an mad a statement that would startle to
institutions. The peoplrts are righthe and architect, whose duty it shall b2 urn'er th: depths of their natures the church
jury to say which reports are right and aml meen by the Commission upn members of AtlAnta. In giving his ex-
wrong. There is one thing in favor of employment by the Commission upn eberthis man said, n subiistance -
the committees-they were not inter- the acceptance ofthe plans and specih- p"Fr tenyears I was in and out of tsance,
vsted parties, as are those row seeking cations to see that such places and cit a sinner. I n and out oker, gambled
to refute statements of the committees specifications Pre properly executed citt, a sinner l played poker, gambled
to refute statements of the committee Section 3. Nothing in this act shal; an iot drunk, and in all these years
--Jacksonville Metropols. prevent the acquisition or use of the no a single member of the church in-
The perfection of light-running sew- ark or square intheCity of Tallahassee vi..d me to attend c'.urch services, oi
ing machines-the ball-bearing Wheeler known as "Jackson Park" or "Jackson said a word to m. aLout my soul's sal-
& Wilson. Sold by L. C. Yaeger. Square" for such site, and such com- vat.on." What (xcuse shall the thous-
"The village camrn meeting" idea mission are authorized to ascertain if an,.s of professing ,1ristians in Atlanta
evolved by Bro. Wilson, of the Talla- such park or square is the property of offer at Lhe judgment for neglecting to
hassee District, for the fti th Sunday in ne State or may be lawfully appro- speak of Christ to this mant and to
July is capital. He has atianged for priated to the purposes of this act, and ..undreds of others like him? IThe nmr
fo ir such meetings on tl-at dat at if such Commission shall find that such -hants and barkeepeis wi.o wanted his
Swnich points his preachers will gener- park or square is suitable for a site and Jollars found him; but in a (hristian
ally be engaged in a three or four days may be lawfully appropriated for the :ity, with a hundred or m r, churches I
evanelist c carana'n WV ex e_-'t to purposes ot th.s act and ,hall acquire and thousands of memi. r;, nobody
hear more of Pr8d froim this ne-w feat re the same for such purposes by indefeas- found this man for whom .1 -sus die d,
of our b-oths-'s a .r-.si\ ad nini tia- ible title in fee simple in the State of an] whom he was seeking t .rough his
tion. -Florida Chri.-tian Advocate. Florida, then such commissi n shall file ch irch! God help us, that i, oar show
Look on the bright side .t th:n2s in the office of the Secretary of State a of piety we make so little exhibition ot
There is a bright side to most ever.- writtenn declaration of their having rehligon's first and greatest impulse,
t ling. There is a silver lining to teery selected, and the State's having cquir- th s lost. Ate we genuAel
,loud. Why not find the lbright slot, t- d such park or square for such site; ('h-istan? Wesleyn Christian Advo-
in life and look at them? Wny w. ar. Provided Ilways, That suchComm ssion cate.
the eyes gazing on the g.oom and cltu(i ; hall exercise their judgment whether uefy Hard Ltck.
while there are hosts of beautiful ob- to select such park or squire for such n alk abu
jects before us? Smile and make the purpose or acquire some other s.te o.gn tt .o reu
people around you happier. YoJ: -rect buildings thereon and improve the Refuse t recognize it Refuse to be
c lances in the next world will be nu.uct same as provided i this act. lieve in it. Scorn to whine about it.
better for ever for every bt of good cheer an Section 4. The commission shill let Get the whine out of your voice or itJ !
sunshine you scatt-r in this beautiful all contracts to th lowest bidder or will stop t'e development and growth
big world. Fort Pierce News bidders, and shall re luire from the con- of your uody. It will narrow and
tractor or contractor- undert..king the shrink yo ir nmTnd It will drive away
All order-lovinz and law-abiding citi- work or any portion thereof, as a guar- your trie.id(, It will make you unpop-
zens of Florida will rejoicw at the pas- antee that the same will be properly alar. Quit your whining; brace up; go
sage of the anti-Sunday baseball bill by done and that the said Lu 1d nz <(," o wor'; be something; stand for somt.-
the Legisiature. Of course, it is pre- buildings and im rouvement. shall be th'ng; fil your tkce in the universe
,.umed Governor Browaid will si'rn the I properly and comple-ely er-cted wittn 'nst.-ad of whining around, exciting
bill and put a perempto y stop to this one ear after the sa d contract is 'et, a 'niv ity and contempt, fuce alout and
abominable, sacrilegious innovation. It bondwith good and suftfiient surety, nake something of yourself, R ach up
is almost unthinkable that intelligent, and conditioned as above indicated. amd to tle stature of a strong, ennobling J
self-re.pecting men should he able t' such Comm'ssion is hereby : uthorizte ran.ood. to the beauty and strength o
,obt tin tiieir consent to tl.e s.i)port and and empowered to do ve'rv ery ltr i mat- bup % 1 omanho( evn.l*s..'.meuit of any me s.ire .o patently ter and thing necessary to t., o -ariving h<' matter with you. Just quit your
ui-Amric:n ard un-C'hrinan-as Sun- ut of the purpose of this act. h ng and go to work.
da:.y b.selall. Fl,,rida ( h -~ ti.vn Advo- Section 5. That the sum 0o twenty- If .ou continuallytalk about yourbad
ca'ite Eve thousand dollars, or so m i.h there- 'uc and moan aloutyour ill fortune,
Easyvrie ht cleans everything to Ihe (,f as may be necessity. I .ai.t the vu create for yourself an atmosphere
t'(,und'at I,. C'. Yaeger's k same is hereby aipropri., <1 out ,.f the 'f mi. fortune which will certainly over- I
Certain State papers continue toharp moneys in the tr'asurv rot othciwisae wh.lm ycu unless you stop in time.
Certain State papers n college bill. Why appropriated for the proe., vid The man or wo nan who persistently
but the Buckman college bill. Why for by this act; and nu Iavniynt shall be fear.- that such and such a thing is not
not, now that thepossible has become law made exc,,pt by warrant drawn by th going to turn out well is enlistin pow-
rything possible to encourage the mptroller on the Tesurer an upon r, forces agait success. otn
.I n t ,, d.i Aiedue ti in< th eir- itemized accounts approv. d Ly the Traveler,
: ,,retan a' outrageous sftem that wd s commissionn or a majority (f them, an I Uncle Steve and Flowers.
a r n ,n the culkic purse ord a mill- hu,r t he sthum herey airpriateJ Wonder wh.. t'e ladies of Tallahar-
.. arfnd the neck of Florida n s hys- ll o d for the1 puroses of this see will do with ill their beautiful roses.
-,..,. were to be elod. there h- s ct lrovidd, however, ard t is di now th i. Uncle S- e Melton ha come
in t the w s 'hool lw. .t Au- .s.n r other park or square in the Why T llhal'm ladies will always
t\e Record. ( o Kc ~cen m d and ac qcuired for the put se f th s' Steve Melton, they do always admire
o>riental lace in whit.' and cream just act, then no money ap! ruprihted bv. and respect uc h kind-hcartvd, honest ."__--
n at R. J. Evans this act shall ussed for at.' purpois'e "entlemen who come to the Legislature.
it ', only a pretty courtesy th;.t you of this act until a site for such mansion Our word for it. if at any time Uncle
e mi pay vour guest by seeing that their suital le to said Commission shall have Steve should wish a basket of beautiful
names appear in the local paper when Ien donated ard conveyed by proper Tallahassee rose-s all he will have to do
they visit you. Should they look over deed in fee siinpe free from all incum- is to let that wish he known. ,fallahas-
th" local paper and find that nearly Lrance to the State of Flo-ida. without seeans, hnMih m'-n andl women will al-
.very other guest in town was men- exp-ntse to said State, to be used tor ways remember him kindly May Uncle l' ..-
tioned and that their names are left the purposes of this act. Steve Melton live long, that he may
4 ,out, is it any wonder that they feel Approved by the Governor May 29th. continue to scatter sunsnhine.
slighted? There is no guarentee that ... Drtew".-
the newspaper will get your guests' No Sammer Schols. M. Brwnw h n in Gov.
name.; unless you see that it gets there. 1 M.A. Brown, who has been in Gov.
Pav this little courtesy to your friends Hon. W. M Hollowas, state super- Broward's office since the inauguration Wvho
and to your local newspaper. See to it intendent of Public Instruction, au- has been appointed private aecret.r y,
that we get their names when they are thor.!zed(, the following statement for to succeed C. H. Dickinson. MIr.

in town. -Ex. pub cation: Brown has been holding down the posi-
New shirt waist linen 2 at R. IJ **JUnder rrov.s on of the Buckman tion of county registration officer of ant
New shirt waist inen ., at law, the Attorn .y-General has render- Duval county, but has r nedthato- he
Whvani. E t ,, Ied an opinion t,, the effect that here- sition and gone to Tallhaa The Th
While Elmer and Frark Altman, the after teachers' summer tra;n'ng school. appointment had not been given out of-. row
12 and 14 year old sons of Mr. L. H. can be conducted only at the Univer- fcially up to Wednesday last, although
Altman. and another boy were fishing sity of the Stat.! of Florida. As the Brown has confided the secret to his convll
in the creek near Chicora Monday, El- university has not been e.-a'lished, friends. (ainesvilleSun. f the
mer started to wade in the water, and and will not be until the Boa'd of Con- Mr. Dickinson is still holding down of th
was about waste deep when, without trol to he appointed I y the .:-ernor his position at the Governor's office. The
warning, an alligator seized his arm acting jointly with the Sta ', oIrd ofi .. sv..- on na
end dragged him below the surface of Education sdlects the place at which POE lS WANTED. t-Bud
the water He succeeded in regaining this institution will be located, all con- Th., ..msof the late Columbusn Drew Bu(
his feet, calling to his companions for sideration of the summer school ques- of /msonville were destroyed in the kinds
aid. and together they succeeded in tion will be deferred. fre of Maonv 3, 1901 Awny of r. Drew's Re
hv's arm was badly bitten, and the To S bsrtshers poems will conf p t avow .
wmrearm wtas alligator' away. Te youpoems willens a ig conpies o of#gm, hiaS
sshow that the aligators jaws You have mw been receiving The _ening d tom itA .wi-m
aweraout seveninches broad.- Bartow Weekly True Democrat for one quarter 3' r t I
couner-Informant. of a year. If you will kindly end ua wi be returna3 a1
Call Phone 41 or see G. H. Averitt the $l for subscription for the year It il b-
for cheap hauling and teams. will greatly oblige us. Will you do it? For elsan Job flO ibe~. hWCW

. f BOND, .

SThe Best Hard Wod and Pinoe I stock
IPhy A d all the time. Pron delivery, and sat-
SS o ... ....J. d AR.

tb* Eve* Ear ad mNe a Semcityv. To close out soon;the drug store d
fixture of R L. Colina, drug store in
Masonic building will be sold at a greot
eo It el.ld@apnf ety Bao bargain. J. G. Ooams,
8.MEI4*. Adminstrator.



Repair Work a Specialty.
11 Work Done Promptly. Sotisfction Guaraatod.




Insist upon Getting the Best
I / I Kind. You make a Certainty
of so doing when you Trade
D. R. eOX,, DPusitg t.
Telephone No. 17..

SSALE-S ST"1BL i the stock in our stables will be a pleas-
ure for the horseman. The showing of
grood acclimated
l-- ,-**- of every description is an interesting
% lax one.
Nw- Those in need of business horses or
drivers should see- these animal*.
/ There's a grand lot to select from.
S Prices are right. **'
Feed and Sales Stable,
D. CAY, 140 South Adams Street.

sits serene atop the rigs we have for
hire. They're easy running, of course;
MI the horses that draw them are man-
S a!ed with s-arce an effort; but withal
;3 the equipment is stylish to a degree.
Ev.ryv convenience, every comfort goes
with the equipagen we let by the day
or hour. The lesser time will prove our
.... (' T. iIAN(()('K, Prop.
Phones. 79 and 39.

10 TO I
k 81iand lbtt r are the chances of your
'" getting perfect flour satisfaction, when
you use the (Clifton Brand. Truth to
\ ,. tell, there's little likelihood of your
S, having anything but a pure, wholesome
| yet economical product. But don't he
content with a "just as good" flour
demand the Clifton everytime, it is the
very best. At J. W. COLLINS.'

are They ? What Is Their Business ?
id they are largest In their line on their plan.
only Nursery in existence allowing you to see trees
ng before you pay for them. Is t at not enough to
nce you that you will get exactly what you buy and
e best grade ?
hy fully guarantee their trees and are absolutely re-
ible. Prices are right and I give my guarantee too.
ided Pecans, Pears, Peach, Plums, Figs and all other
of trees, Ornamentals Roses, etc.
number that no other Nurasy makes such a liberal
ition and hold your order until Salesman calls and
Ssubmuit you the rop tion in a few words.
what home is fra't and flowers not apprited and
their cost? L C. YAEGER, Agt.


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MAL AM mMSMAL* for "Overal awadaUh Sam time liva4 t- ro NW "-kd or not bea, Iso0.01
-f pootthad bes-benboither, at di taowork too hadto For addre C.
Mr. L. Cohe a business trip whose r-Uese o Mr. Cover bei the Paeger Agn t. _
to Babridge this The urvvi tr aad lm s family siy a It ios remarkable an eDealers t
Miss Florenee Howell I Svisiting are mn a o lr d -y thw work u on a tam, ad be w"
frindsthinweekBarMte. 0 of rienda in this last of has been i successful here. Mr. R. DsM-mdr, of New York. AU kinds of Secood He
filethe H thisW weer nesr Mel was in thecity IRA week. Mr. Dahlam. Aet,9 i
Mr.tAS.D. c itt.mds e briefmade at tfe mns two In Ia oth on with de r op to tho Burta Alarm Com- cry., Ins M
trip to Apalachiola this wek. e k.r Med nt. t nw of n. out th later. p Nw York has aeured a bought 4At a
Miss Brooks, of Boston, O. is visit- m waesbout 44 years of Thee two i ve made many contract to put in a burglar alarm
ing her sister, Mrs. R. A. Shie* the.remale were taken to friends is ity sad anty. who dis- trn the treseamry department at te
Mrs. Lea Beaggrs is inthe ty visit- a= for burial Mond afternn like y to m e ovaway. epitol. m wasd
Ing her father, Capt. A. A. Shine. the followlg entlemen aas pa- ThYarey ant Christian I, that the State Trmsuorr k boub haeO *fSaw Mo, ObiA so
Mr. Julius Solomon sad family are bearers: Hon. A. C. Croom. on J. B. ry, indtrbiou and anerl n, ad the syste working before the ad- Enlim L---CB _i.Os. I
soournin at Pane during t hot WhMtii, Moses. J. E. Co e and ty n ilo vent of the Legilat .
weather Davis, D. M. Lutz. and Hon. W.A. lose mcB; but they. have decided to o,
Mrs. J. C. crugg is on a visit to her awls. th them. oh siourn Lond is _,county mI, Inod Ai LI1
mother in Tallahase this week.-Mn Mn- uble p ily Seis 'etwe Tal lost the Eastmans Siins who left for Shops ear G. F. & A
ticello News. Lbh e samd r. NeoNs. the same seetion of the country. No m (4 --
SIf you run area anything that will ommencig Bundi t, May 2th, .the.... ...
make a news item tell it to the news 'SaboardAi Air Line wi rt exur- A Fear Fate. (C., T. & G. R. R. CO.)
paper 3a sl. trals between Tallahassee and St. It is a fearful fate to have to endure -- ,-*ft70...y
Dr. A. L Brown, of Eustis, FU., Marks. making a double daily service the terrible torture of Pile. "I can 5.....ule E ,Iti1ve.
was the lest of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. as follows: truthfully ," writes Harry Colson, south Bound.
Croom s week. Leave Tallahase, - 7.00 a. m. of Maonille that for Blind, I- S Oa.a.sat'da. and
Dr. Yuborough, of Micessukie, came Arrive St. Marks, - -8.0 a. m. BIt and Protrding Pile. -adh -
to the city this week to attend to im- I A e St. Marks, - 80 a. m. Back eArni Salve is the best cure Yo. I No. l No. M No.
portent bises. Arrive Tallahassee, - lu 00 a. m. made." Also best for cuts, burns and Alanta ..... m 7. .m.... r n
Sestor H. J. Drane, of Lakeland Leave T hasmee, - 4. p. m. injuries. 2k at all druggists. *.
waS Lt th eminentt visitors in Ari - 600 n..ru sd1 .O*m .. Da........
was i t e m t o lMArve St. Marks, - 600 p im. mAr r1.Iioton .00 018.. L :m 5 -i, Dainty Colla,
tyte s w Arrive Tallahassee-.- -7.80 p. m. Hon. John N. C. Stoekton, a member ArTalhse ren aO.p pm e.m ...D iy -oars,
Senator Wilson, of Marianna, was Round trip St. Marks and toturn, 90 of the Governor's Mansion Commission, (I i .A.Le. ..Upm .0em ... . Handkerchiefs,
amongthe prominent visitors of the cents. F.P. WOODWARD, has urged Governor Broward to con- Ar sJom .i47.s40pm 1.s0m .. ....
wook the city. Agent 8 A. L. vene the commission at an early day, LLi .ohem. 2 .00 om L .1am .6lo and Embh
Dr. James H. Randolph, assistant ^ so that the preliminary work may be i ophoppy tl4pmio.00om *.ti a 4 pm
physician at the asylum, was in the city A W loag commenced. Yesterday's Jackionvillle Carra .eim o104.am 10.-pm
ths wek visiting relatives. Last Saturday night between 12 and Metropolis 1 tate that Mr. Stockton Ar paks nTo ..I.am.. *o o.30pe
Jude Rebt. 8. Cockrll, associate I o'inek, on the corner of Clinton ad hopes that a sit for t structure my __ OVS, Corsts,
justiSe of the pro Court, left Sun- Bronough street, a hackman who be donated, so that the entire amount Nth ond. ves, Cost.
day for a short vit to relative. drivesone horse to his conveyance of the appropriation can be used for the Sunday atda -
Mr H. Thornton, a prominnt either himself or some one else he had erection and furnishing of the building. N No. l yono ly.
citizen of Penesooa, was in t city on in his iack made the night hideous -^v Apalachicola &n The Newest Mate
with it i;onthe helpless beast, Is mad chose. Lv Cm4wr&le 11 :3m 300pm 6.0op.f 411m
a flying Ibuiness trip on.We dsy. l w rtfanissty Millions iushi ad chase after health .. L 0n .ebm Fancy Work
Mr. C. A. Bloom ist, of Carrbelle, We w him uh fromoneextremeofaddismtoanother, OW AST aa &M2e 1 cy 0p
was on a visit to hisb hosts of Tallahas- thinr again and there is no omer in when, If theywould only at good food, L, Jackso.viit.
see frileds this week and made us a tatmmn diate neighborhood to attend and keeothir bowels regular with Dr. (B.A.L.. yS m 4.0pm ....
pleasant visit, to him, we will take tih matter in hand Kml's New Life Pills, their troubles rftI --;..P .... MICS ADEL F
Mrs. F. P. Woodward aud children ourselves. We do not propose to have would all pa away. Prompt relief L.vab .1.ge Nm. .m .. IS1 AUDLE Gt
Mrs. L. C, Yaer and children ani any more of it, given ot fihat style and quick cure for liver and stomach Ar Arin r. u 10m LIsem
Mrs. Pish spent ~st Sunday pleasantly again. The scoundrel is not half as trouble. 26c at all druggists; guaran. LvCuthbert 8..Lim .lam .. Aes149 N. Monroc
at Panea Springs. good as the poor half dead animal he teed. LvMason m 4 ... 4J.E TALLAHA =E . J
Hon. Gao. W. Walker left Wednes- was lashing ust as fast as he could put OiJsll aace Veteed. Ar Atsana; .n TALLAASSE, .
day for Evansville, Indiana, for a the whip to him, and his loud profanity Th M th ordinnc Not-TrainetNos..SandoSwill departfrea. and
months visit to his sister. His fnd was too oun ous to have occurred in passed at wast meeting of the coun- arve a teetmowsesiLa
wish him a pleasant outing. the wood s of being on one of ell mposi a license of $100.00 on c 3a0 s. will be anssate at t heco, of Dicat. M
Hon. J. C. Phillps, of Tamps, Btate our i hacks, or parties were livery *a a m in Lnrk
attorney for thOe ovath Judicial Cir- o N ster Tomate. stable managers or running one or two breakfaet.m n t W A
cult, was uthe city this week, and ap- hacks, and It said Ih members of w. M. . Alton. E.o L E
peared before he supreme court. Mr. J. T. Perkins, of Levy Bros., the eounell, opMooed to'th measure, General anaer. Gweralv P aenner Asent.
Th Talhaae Gn Club tto ut to The True Democrat offR e will ain lm in his veto. That nbr d. Snipe
se tela to em tt iGun Clbthepehoott 'uemdy a monster tomato, of the Pon- some of our hackmen are driving or Traveling Psange tA,. - d d
that teTll O Club have roes variety, mesring "about seve- stock and abusing their animal is a Tmls'he. r I *wau
ar d t t Jl 4 teen es m re rernee andweh- fact, and some means should be found
arr ed to e n this city July ngtwo and one-half pounds. This ne to prevent uch outra be con ADMINISTRATORS NOTICE.
Mr. d Rmyu bs elected to fruit was produced by Mr. Willis F. tinued. We have ampli laws or the On the th day of June. A. D. 1 05,I as Ad- L very St
L4 dOur weal loosk *of to t an Ia o ofh nt present such outage s bd.Clln, of d Lo .eS
m tomv, our loal e ofDkB at the Quarterman of the Bradfordville neig- prevention ofcruelt to animals, and mvn .nrw wlaeJ aom"ntthN. C outli
tt onvetme n t w .leave w. sor and i a sample of what can .ey should u gidy forced. of Leop Cou ty. orda. at hi a*i the Court-
that eaty son0 time next week. be done on Lon county a sil by thos.. 10.-. houseat Tiblammeat is 16"eekin At, the ain ofuri
Mr. oo. Lewis nd by his who know how. T ere of a Preacher. for toty to m the following dcrd r. eams urn
Ndai ,NMrs.J W. Hderson and and The story of the torture of Rev. 0. D. tqoar emte stua r t'.M time, night or day i
fmly, left for Lanark this week and im ._lahassee,ad Moore, pastor of the Baptist chutoshirc of ftsouth ast, situated and
expit to toe gone for two or three MeCullum, of Jacksonville, are oingm up arsvilt. v will interest your w n nl' a ho n, ori. AIs Alot able prices.n Best
wees.o .e fortwo ort coached for the examinations in phar-bH a rpeusesp. Yov wll testyo.of blocksixi the ubdiv.
WOfcalso fth maOcy by Dr. J. Dabney Palmer, one of He says: suffeOred agonies because Islnknown a Villa Mitchell" I n "... = est rigs in the city
Ofials of the G loridandthe ablest chemists in the State Mon of a persistent cough, resulting from Iw Ltown onr s
Alabama Ralroad emntitally deny the twice New the gr-. I had to sleep sitting up in bltof st n half a ahas lot Also l
report that that line been purchased bed tried many remedieswithout Ma m plan, toether with the dweal ad in. A180 stall at LCt5
bth Central of Georgia.- -Jackon. Mr. N. A. Gray, formerly of the Tal relief, until I took King's New Dis. preovanents thereoin les n.? where all the choice
ll lahassmau, but now with the Su an- covery for Consumption, Cough and A dtmst mu ~ ns. w ere a lteC
Miss Jefferson Bell, formerly local .Demoreat,was ona business visit Colds, which entirely cured m cough, UR N.i-.. are kept and sold
.JfS^ -Saesh'SC lImI TahM elastweek and m a d & and mvedmfo sad mefro aumptn. A UARDIAN' NOTICE.
ASnd ou@ei aot the Cape nt call. Mr. Gray hasmany nd cure for dle conditions of Movca isa HuIn A orvN TO ALL WHOM clean delivery wag<
tueerpned nZt y ht, ati tallaasye friends who are always* Throat and Lungs. At all druggistsa it myoner t ah .at O."oiu Tr Con.
houm at Ocaia, and has aoeptled a po *lad to rive him a warm welcome at Ari 50 and $ 1guran teed rai pl '* opft _assrU _lw soth-__ o ,so-r
sition in the state Comptroller's of*. gse oM kome t ( feec c Ma ry Winston Phone 127
TPAeI and soel columns of the D. HuROMyY. dool wiU m e a Heation to the
i*A I t In the eourt huse, in th ty of on We8t
and hu water WiNI' ol"e,* onMe- Augus &a ttnden. No ineto of A small-siedS -aw l without Jil Iy tL95.t for afuthorty tosllteOn n.
Carlth have been remoled ntereot e e her vigilant eye andboiler andengine, or will swap Talla- d ovitonm-aLf intotrtof mlMoinlandgto TALtLAMASSE, FLO
repaired Mna e rything- is report i n a concise and of-Stat-ahtaee real estate for it. Adrm th of t, ,
Mlillernowbmoneofthe nof te maad wi tt n DANI3eLJ.JATKI.N5_sOI the northeast quarter, the southwest
moft comfortable b~liness plaee In the 0t 174t Tallahassee, Fla. tar of the northe.t quarter, the south h otha -
city. -northwest n arter of the awntheamt quarter, the
The National Association of Teachers UH1R IS 0030 TALu FOR T3E FEST .st l the southeast ar.tr.. a Jee D F
Governor Broward took his family to of Colored Youth will hold their next haf of the no ehwst quarter af the south
the Mast Coast last week, and after meeting in Atlanta, June 28,- 0. Dr. DR. 109T. 3. WILUAMS, quarter of Setion Thirty-one: the wonthaelf althe W1ILWMINKT BLAI
seeng them settled in their cottage at Robert 7.0 W t T L The Thomasville Chroodwistl has gnne suthit quart of section Thfr-two. Include. U
t" "L T. f'^k r Robert E. Williamr the Thomasville Th the thesf Cwed by am waters of
Lake Iet returned to his oicial Chiropodist, formerly of Tallahassee, is to Toronto Canada, to familiarie Im- overr an0d all that tofteM set hat
duties day. Mrs. Broward and chairman. He has an advertisement in self with al the late English deas and a. to u the s Thirty-two
family will remain away for the sum- this paper. Read It. methods on the caream treatment of W of a diteh amd e lpneaunaf, a wS General Repair
Mr. s TLet any printer.. In Flrida who thinks the feet. A safe peedy and painless allinthe northwestern corner. r t. terof Horse Shoeing by
Sae r nt ure for Corns, ouelons and In-grow- In a" nsrtdlw d De dsrtso to Lake Ovo xpeen e .
Mr. and Saturs.day Tricehe can handle State's printing, or Nails-ialladlandbeingITowshipTwo.
son Is ny part ofleftIcomanu pert ofit, cnp lo r hbr Onea"and-containing threehundredp
SundaytaFd Mrs. rets v cisitingher ePatace the, pe alo, w hen and demands. Dr. Wilfams k ro- find 3Ny-f1w7rshmoortlos.of experience.
"c i ob bus.' ..w.""." i ness,,,h ,, an and ,D UTCOMPANY.
father and mother at home In the upper try for It It t ging t L ropodit, well and favorably known,
part of the county. be a hand-out" to an one, and for having b onslted bythat meht an D t .lr l
t h ave N C.ity.heethrea ptsohn rvtl vinclaimosf s t hingphyotlmnaetto ,s to d atf g a
weeks as housekeeper at the will do it the best and cheapt hav n gew sor k. t.let from Dr. illiams.vi a e- a se hm orR tom withnin tttwetno
o te Me and Miss Emma Cover the plum pudding?71Nr Mad sem St._Thon-,ville, i dte the .th w da o two er. 1**
^Spe~j sever Bdt Some one--by whose authority isun. Ga. Tele hone n wie all such claims O sha berred
sknown-is In the ful P. .-r. Williams offers Five Dol-. Mn. eeit'. .L FREELAND'S S
day evehg. work of destroy the Ch k*erokee r. i Reward for an In wiw Nail he --- ----
r. redT. Myers returned Friday hedses which line many of the high- cannot cure without u*tbt an-. ie.. .
last-m nacoa, where he had been way throughout Laon county, and form tiseie wu 7-im ADION COUNTY TAT. BANK. LOCA. am la aMe before the U 8. Court. one of theW most attractive and histor. -- .. ---..... .- M Ts aStisn S jl oas. BARBER AND TAILO
f'1a t ae involving i.a features. Whoever Is responsible Fwied s .ghotag. fasf All ?t Sb3esl d2ewt tm
ga ta o d the former bu!t' for this vandalism should be dealt with "For seven year," writes Geo. W. i s e t T7 ma Alera Cet... aesase.
Ont- IinUIN1 m Unet 'Winby those in power, and the practiee Hoffman, of Harper, Waih., "I had a or*a NoMtes. mar esem.s ma.i bmwo b. Eta.. ts Ladles sad OM
drn ,* Governor summarily .stopped. bitter battle with coatle stomach and ,J .,,: F Mft As Por TM Rdylt ,
J 1oli l tt'n. Mrs Robert Howard Gamble, who liver trouble, but at M I wnand Ag SS Pos. PThet ... ,e
tMdI fhtn etyof Rev and Ms. has been quite ill at her reeidence here cured m dleases,by the me of loc. Aplr w. A. DUS.-toWiM. i" Irsm.
rw A -i t with e re for the past four weeks, is aat present trie BttD I ..all, reco n hmm T, __ ra LUr 1.. I, "ECUTOR NO"
very meh lmprov. convaleaoet She hope to be abte to mend them t .o al da intend In . n, W^eases
attended the oo. leave for Panacea rm g In a week*a the future to be whot them in the Tal la. A L 1 90 a V w
at mory College time. After a brie tay their Mr. house. They are certainly a wonderful The-C. R a no'ace th ava ng
-- trustees. of which he Gamble will join her sister, Mrs. Rob. meadine. to have ad sueh a b ease fo. rato tto h IaboyI Gl Co tast i**
rO!esas mine' Sold, under reStee to do otoow rateso tt e ofSo t aoAeGlfCat
the remainder of Shenandoah county, V. the sme or y dru sts, at April l5th, 1906, and ending teribwSd.
and friend* The rest of the State should se to it Se a bottle Try them tody. anth. 1906: .. aowa a. u

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c.t of&c. ,o05tiaketSowd. daily, f n.al.gif
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Mr. J. J. Pierce, of Wakulla, was 40 tickets, Md datly nftal limit Vy'
am@g the plaesant vi ator at e thirty days from date oof ee.s EEsA
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the eitis.att week For sale several good large young ay am madMe in a M es hee.
J. V. ly remained In tfor a mules. Apply to early itf y b ltbe WholgIr- WIlei
few mare weeks to vi GO. H. AviamT. No. feL.C Taqw.